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Daily Quiz #4922

Sunday's Quiz: From The Archives

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1

Which European city is built at the mouth of the river Tagus?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in October 2010
A
Vienna
B
Madrid
C
Berlin
D
Lisbon
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2

Which of these is an American motorcycle manufacturer founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, during the first decade of the 20th century?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in October 2010
A
Buell
B
Indian
C
Harley Davidson
D
KTM
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3

The spiny leguminous plant called furze is also known as what?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in September 2009
A
Cabbage tree
B
Alfalfa
C
Prickly pear
D
Gorse
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4

Which English poet and dramatist wrote "The What D'ye Call It" (1715), "The Beggar's Opera" (1728) and "Polly" (1729)?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in November 2009
A
John Arbuthnot
B
Jonathan Swift
C
Alexander Pope
D
John Gay
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5

Which of these is a disc used for a throwing and catching game?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in August 2010
A
Yo-yo
B
Hula hoop
C
Rubik's cube
D
Frisbee
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6

Who led his troops to victory against Guthrum's Danish army at the Battle of Edington?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in March 2012 and updated in July 2022
A
Canute
B
Alfred the Great
C
Ethelred I
D
King Arthur
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7

What, the largest of its type at the time, was destroyed by fire at Alexandria in the first century BCE?

Sunday Archive: Originally published in August 2012
A
Lighthouse
B
Town Hall
C
Library
D
Market
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