Wonders of the Ancient World

Wonders of the Ancient World

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1.

Which of the following is the oldest of the Wonders of the Ancient World?

The Hanging Gardens of Babylon
The Wall of China
Egyptian Pyramids
Statue of Zeus at Olympia
The Bermuda Triangle
I don't know
2.

Who built the Tomb of Mausolus (the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, Asia Minor)?

The Pope
Mausolus' widow
Augustus Caesar
Mausolus' lover
Mausolus himself
I don't know
3.

The Colussus of Rhodes was, before being destroyed by an earthquake, a statue of:

Plato
Moses
Zeus
Helius, the sun god
Nike, the goddess of victory
I don't know
4.

What was the Statue of Zeus at Olympia covered in?

Dust
Bronze
Gold and ivory
Silver
Gold, silver and bronze
I don't know
5.

How was the Statue of Zeus destroyed?

Earthquake
Fire
Washed away by flood
By Goths
It wasn't - it still exists
I don't know
6.

Which of the following Wonders is also the first known lighthouse?

Pharos of Alexandria
Temple of Artemis
Peggy's Cove
Mausoleum at Halicarnassus
Coliseum at Carthage
I don't know
7.

Where was the Pharos of Alexandria?

Greece
Egypt
Babylon
Carthage
Rome
I don't know
8.

When were the Hanging Gardens of Babylon created?

20th century BC
11th century BC
9th century BC
6th century BC
2nd century AD
I don't know
9.

What was the Temple of Artemis constructed of?

Stone
Gold
Marble
Wood
Brick
I don't know
10.

Who was the Temple of Artemis constructed in honor of?

Moses
The God of Dreams
The God of Peace
The Goddess of Hunting and the Moon
The God of Pastures, Forests, Flocks and Herds
I don't know
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