Daily Quiz #1220
The hymn "I vow to thee, my country" was set by Gustav Host to which of his "The Planets" suite?
What word's original meaning was to do with the provison of granite chips onto the ground and then made into a hard and smooth surface using a roller?
The Muslim leader Saladin recaptured which city from the Crusaders in 1187?
Whose novels "Northanger Abbey" and "Persuasion" were published posthumously in 1818, and who died before completing one that was eventually called "Sanditon"?
What orbits the Sun between Earth and Mercury?
What was the former name of Iran?
David Broome was a succcesful competitor in what sport in the 1960s and 1970s?