History quiz

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  1. mcpon14

    mcpon14 Bleeds Nexopia

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    I'll ask some history questions and a like will be given if you get the answer right. :)
     
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    PriestoftheHigh The Joe Shogun chopslash Plus Member

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    Sounds like fun
     
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    What is Gratian often considered the "father" of?
     
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    Easy. Canon law.
     
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    Who did Aristotle consider was the first ancient Greek philosopher?
     
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    Thales?
     
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    Who is traditionally credited with the invention of paper, even though paper that was created earlier than the prescribed date have been found?
     
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    Cai Lun?
     
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    The Chinese duh
     
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    Who is the person that accidentally discovered how to make synthetic dye?
     
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    His first name is "The"?
     
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    William Henry Perkin
     
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    Who is often considered the founder of the Physiocrats?
     
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    Fran├žois Quesnay?
     
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    Who led the group of merchants that got granted a charter by Elizabeth I and it formed into the British East India Company?
     
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    Thomas Smythe
     
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    ^ Are you looking these up or are do you actually know this stuff? Anyways, lol.

    Who is often considered the founder of the science of electricity?
     
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    Nice google skills ppb
     
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    Raiden
     
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    It is not Raiden because when someone goes to chop him in half, vertically, he doesn't even grab their wrists even though he has two hands free. You can't be the founder of anything if you are that dumb, lol.
     

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