Daily Quiz #1535
Which Biblical temptress has inspired plays by Oscar Wilde and Nick Cave, operas by Richard Strauss and Antoine Mariotte, a ballet by Florent Schmitt, films, a sculpture by Tilman Riemenschneider and numerous paintings, including those by Sandro Botticelli, Titian, Caravaggio, Caracciolo, Gustave Doré, James Tissot, Aubrey Beardsley and Robert Henri?
What was the title of a 1996 American disaster film starring Helen Hunt and Bill Paxton as "storm chasers"?
In snooker, what is the name of the shot where a ball goes into a pocket after hitting the opposite cushion?
Of the Presidents of Egypt since it was declared a republic in 1953 who has served the longest?
The volcano Vesuvius looks down on what?
What number, on the Ph scale, represents "neutral"?
Olefin, Vinyon, Saran, Vinalon, Aramids, Lyocell, Orlon, Zylon, Vectran & Derclon are types of what?