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the Greek word meaning "marketplace"

agora

2

a singing poet

bard

3

the freed slave who wrote many fables

Aesop

4

the word that comes from two words meaning "people" and "rule"

democracy

5

the author of the Illiad and Odyssey

Homer

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invention that helped the Romans build strong, lasting structures

concrete

7

the city Rome fought in the Punic Wars

Carthage

8

the first emperor of the Roman Empire

Augustus Caesar

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the Carthaginian general who crossed the Alps with war elephants

Hannibal

10

The first great missionary of the Christian church was

Paul

11

The Roman emperor who first allowed freedom of worship was

Constantine

12

Monks in monasteries copied and preserved the

Scriptures

13

The efforts to take Jerusalem back from the Turks were called the

Crusades

14

The Lollards were the followers of

John Wycliffe

15

The inventor of the printing press was

Johann Gutenberg

16

the Protestant Reformation began in

Germany

17

The Protestant Reformation was begun by

Martin Luther

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the man who produced the first translation of the entire Bible in English

John Wycliffe

19

the first explorer to reach North America in modern times

John Cabot

20

the first Englishman to sail around the world

Sir Francis Drake

21

the greatest writer of the Elizabethan Age

William Shakespeare

22

the architect who helped to rebuild London after the great fire

Sir Christopher Wren

23

The capital of Scotland

Edinburgh

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The capital of Ireland

Dublin

25

The capital of England

London

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The capital of Northern Ireland

Belfast

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The capital of Wales

Cardiff

28

most famous English preacher of the Wesleyan Revival

George Whitfield

29

"Father of the Sunday School Movement"

Robert Raikes

30

founder of the modern nursing profession

Florence Nightingale

31

man who perfected the steam engine

James Watt

32

explorer who discovered Australia

Captain Cook

33

Prime Minister of England during World War II

Winston Churchill

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Prime Minister who worked to return Great Britain to the Protestant work ethic

Margaret Thatcher

35

the country that is not a part of the United Kingdom

Ireland

36

the mountain chain known as the "Backbone of England"

Pennines

37

England's principal river

Thames

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the largest country on the island of Great Britain

England

39

the country known as the "Emerald Isle"

Ireland

40

the longest river in the British Isles

Shannon

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the empire England belonged to for 400 years in ancient times

Rome

42

the British colonists' most important gift to the New World

Biblical heritage

43

the document signed in 1215 that established the tradition that the monarch is limited by law

Magna Carta

44

the time when machinery began to do the work formerly done by men and animals

Age of Industry

45

the man who produced the first printed version of the English Bible

Miles Coverdale

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the missionary known as the "Father of Modern Missions"

William Carey

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the world's largest landmass is

Eurasia

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Great Britain is the ____ largest island in the world.

eighth

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the victory of William the conqueror is known as the _____ Conquest.

Norman

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Queen Elizabeth's fleet defeated the ____ _____

Spanish Armada

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The people who came from England to the New World for freedom of worship were the _____

Pilgrims

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The leader of the Roundheads was

Oliver Cromwell

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The Biblical teaching that God expects all people to work is the

Protestant Work Ethic

54

The queen who promised, "I will be good" was Queen

Victoria

55

the false idea that the Bible does not mean what it says is

modernism

56

the false teaching of evolution was made popular by

Charles Darwin

57

the largest country in the world

Russia

58

the highest spot in Europe

Mt. Elbrus

59

the only continent with no large desert

Europe

60

the world's largest lake

Caspian Sea

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Europe's most important inland waterway

Rhine River

62

Atlanta

Georgia

63

Boise

Idaho

64

Columbus

Ohio

65

Denver

Colorado

66

Frankfort

Kentucky

67

Honolulu

Hawaii

68

Juneau

Alaska

69

Lincoln

Nebraska

70

Montpelier

Vermont

71

Phoenix

Arizona

72

Know the following locations:

Belfast, Dublin, Edinburgh, England, English Channel, Thames River, Wales

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Know these locations:

Aegean Sea, Black Sea, Caspian Sea, Danube River, Mont Blanc, Mt. Elbrus, Norwegian Sea, North Sea, Rhine River, Volga River