Quiz: Only History Teachers Can Spell These 22 Historical Terms

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 Jan 25, 2021
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Question: 1/22Choose the correct spelling!


This was the first permanent English settlement in America.
Jamestown
Jametown
Jamietown

Question: 2/22Choose the correct spelling!


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This was a cultural Golden Age in Italy, which produced artists like Leonardo di Vinci.
Renaissance
Reneissence
Renassence

Question: 3/22Choose the correct spelling!


The battle at this stronghold was pivotal in the Texas Revolution.
Alimo
Alemo
Alamo

Question: 4/22Choose the correct spelling!


This queen of Egypt ruled Egypt for almost three decades.
Cleaopatra
Cleopatra
Cleapatra

Question: 5/22Choose the correct answer!


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Thomas Jefferson famously purchased this territory from France.
Loisiana
Louisiana
Lousiana

Question: 6/22Choose the correct spelling!


This executive order was issued by Lincoln in the Civil War.
Emancapation Proclomation
Emanepation Proclimation
Emancipation Proclamation

Question: 7/22Choose the correct spelling!


This Mongolian leader created the largest empire in history.
Ghenghis Khan
Genghis Can
Gengis Kon

Question: 8/22Choose the correct spelling!


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Napoleon _______ was a French statesman and military leader.
Bonapart
Bonaparte
Boneapart

Question: 9/22Choose the correct spelling!


This city was buried after the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius.
Pompeii
Pompay
Popeye

Question: 10/22Choose the correct spelling!


This famous Incan citadel in Peru was built for a yet unknown use.
Machu Picchu
Macho Picho
Machu Pikachu

Question: 11/22Choose the correct spelling!


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Julius ______ built the Roman Empire and had a famous play written about him.
Cezar
Caesar
Scissor

Question: 12/22Choose the correct spelling!


This empire had its capital at Constantinople, now called Istanbul.
Bisantine
Beizanteine
Byzantine

Question: 13/22Choose the correct spelling!


_______ was the ancient Egyptian writing system.
Highrogliphics
Hyroglifics
Hieroglyphics

Question: 14/22Choose the correct spelling!


This English playwright is also known as the 'Bard of Avon.'
Shakespeare
Schakespear
Shakspierre

Question: 15/22Choose the correct spelling!


Albert _____ was a German-born theoretical physicist.
Einstein
Einstine
Ienstien

Question: 16/22Choose the correct spelling!


The Black Plague also went by this name.
Bubounic Plague
Boobunic Plague
Bubonic Plague

Question: 17/22Choose the correct spelling!


A supreme ruler, especially a monarch.
Sovareign
Soverin
Sovereign

Question: 18/22Choose the correct spelling!


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There are 27 Contsitutional ______.
Amendments
Ammendments
Ammendmints

Question: 19/22Choose the correct spelling!


Dwight D. ______ was a general in WWII and the 34th president of the U.S.
Esienhouer
Eisenhower
Eizeinhower

Question: 20/22Choose the correct spelling!


Amelia _____ was the first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic.
Airheart
Earhart
Earheart

Question: 21/22Choose the correct spelling!


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______ aka Charles the Great was an early Middle Ages King.
Sharlemagne
Charlemane
Charlemagne

Question: 22/22Choose the correct spelling!


Before the world divided into continents, it was originally one land mass called this.
Pangya
Pangaea
Pungia
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