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Q1. Punic Wars were fought between
(A) Greece and Gaul
(B) Greece and Rome
(C) Rome and Gaul
(D) Rome and Carthage

Q2. What was Amphora
(A) A great ruler of Roman Empire
(B) A musical instrument of ancient Greece
(C) A special pottery to keep liquid in ancient Rome
(D) A weapon used in ancient Greece

Q3. The capital city of Umayyad Caliphate was
(A) Baghdad
(B) Madina
(C) Kahira
(D) Damishk

Q4. The battle of Thermopylae was fought between
(A) Sparta and Athens
(B) Athens and Rome
(C) Greece City States and Persia
(D) Rome and Carthage



Q5. Who among the following supported the Doctrine of Predestination
(a) John Calvin
(b) Zwingli
(c) Martin Luther
(d) John Knox

Q6. Which one of the following is not a salient features of the renaissance age
(a) Humanism
(b) Feudalism
(c) Rationalism
(d) Scientific Temperament

Q7. Unification of Germany took place under the leadership of which state
(a) Wurtemberg
(b) Saxony
(c) Prussia
(d) Hanover

Q8. Who are the earliest migrants from Europe to South America
(a) Britishers
(b) French
(c) Portugueses
(d) Spaniards

Q9. United Nations was formed in the year
(a) 1944
(b) 1945
(c) 1947
(d) 1948

Q10. Who was the first Roman emperor who converted to Christianity was
(a) Augustus
(b) Caligula
(c) Constantine the Great
(d) Cicero



Q11. From which country, the tradition of written Constitution began
(a) Japan
(b) India
(c) Britain
(d) America

Q12. When was Hong Kong leased to Britain for 99 years by China
(a) 1898
(b) 1900
(c) 1901
(d) 1903

Q13. In which year did Chicago and some other cities of USA witness protest by the labour unions which culminated in police firing which lead to the decision to observe May 01 as Labour Day
(a) 1863
(b) 1866
(c) 1868
(d) 1886

Q14. Who quoted "The problems of day cannot be solved by motions, resolutions and can be solved only by blood and iron."
(a) Hitler
(b) Bismarck
(c) Kaiser William IV
(d) King Frederick William IV

Q15. What were the collective farms under Stalin's Collectivization Programme in Russia known as
(a) Kolkhoz
(b) Ferma
(c) Lider
(d) Kollektsiya


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