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Q136. The capital of the Abbasid Caliphs was
(A) Bagdad
(B) Damascus
(C) Constantinople
(D) Madina

Q137. The Law of Twelve Tables was concerned with which civilization
(A) Egypt
(B) Greece
(C) Rome
(D) China

Q138. The last country of Axis power to surrender during the end of the World War II was
(A) Germany
(B) Japan
(C) Italy
(D) France

Q139. Treaty of Versailles was signed at the end of which of the following wars
(A) Austro-Prussian War
(B) First World War
(C) Second World War
(D) Russia-Japan War

Q140. The Renaissance movement is described as the ending of
(A) Pre Historic Era
(B) Ancient Era
(C) Medieval Era
(D) Modern Era

Q141. Which city is known as the birthplace of the Renaissance
(A) Florence
(B) Venice
(C) Rome
(D) London

Q142. Constantinople, the capital of Roman Empire was captured by Turks in the year
(A) 1385
(B) 1415
(C) 1453
(D) 1469

Q143. Who was known as the Morning star of Renaissance
(A) Montesquieu
(B) Dante
(C) Shakespeare
(D) Geoffrey Chaucer

Q144. The painting "Virgin of the rocks" was a work of
(A) Raphael
(B) Michelangelo
(C) Leonardo da Vinci
(D) Vincent van Gogh

Q145. Michelangelo was a ___________
(A) Painter
(B) Sculptor
(C) Astronomer
(D) Poet

Q146. Cortez discovered Mexico in the year
(A) 1506
(B) 1519
(C) 1532
(D) 1560

Q147. Hernan Cortez was a Conquistador from
(A) England
(B) Holland
(C) Portugal
(D) Spain

Q148. The Bloodless Revolution of 1688 was started in which country
(A) England
(B) Italy
(C) Portugal
(D) France

Q149. Which civilization is known as the birthplace of democracy
(A) Romans
(B) Indian
(C) Greeks
(D) Persians

Q150. Who become the Chancellor of Germany for One Day after the death of Hitler during Second World War
(A) Hermann Goering
(B) Heinrich Himmler
(C) Rudolf Hess
(D) Joseph Goebbels

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