Daily Quiz #2139
The children's book "Swallows and Amazons" by Arthur Ransome is set in what area of Great Britain?
Started as early as 1888, professional competitions offering trophies testing and displaying cowboy and vaquero skills are called what?
Where is the area of 127,000 square kilometres (49,000 sq miles) in central South Australia, where public are not admitted under Australian Defence Force regulations?
Which son of a king of Kent, chosen king of the West Saxons, conquered Mercia and other parts of England and is generally accepted as the first King to be recognised by all England?
A medical practitioner might speak of fomes or fomites with concern or warning. Why?
Palinka, made from various kinds of fruit, most commonly plums, pears, apricot, or peaches, is a traditional type of what?
Who was the wife of Richard I of England (the Lionheart)?