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Guglielmo Marconi Quiz

1. What did Guglielmo Marconi invent?
a) Radio
b) Telegraph
c) Photocopier
d) Television

2. When was Guglielmo Marconi born?
a) 12 January 1862
b) 25 April 1874
c) 18 September 1868
d) 22 November 1872

3. Where was Guglielmo Marconi born?
a) Bologna
b) Turin
c) Milan
d) Venice

4. Where did Guglielmo Marconi set up his laboratory?
a) Naples
b) Florence
c) Skopje
d) Pontecchio

5. Which company was set up by Guglielmo Marconi in 1897?
a) American Telephone & Telegraph
b) The Wireless Telegraph & Signal Company Limited
c) British Telecom
d) Italian Telegraph

6. What was the patent number for tuned or syntonic telegraphy?
a) 1111
b) 1948
c) 7777
d) 9999

7. In which field did Guglielmo Marconi get Nobel Prize in 1909?
a) Chemistry
b) Medicine
c) Physics
d) Literature

8. Who made Guglielmo Marconi Commander of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus?
a) Czar of Russia
b) Kaiser of Germany
c) President of France
d) King of Italy

9. When did Guglielmo Marconi die?
a) 5 May 1945
b) 3 February 1929
c) 20 July 1937
d) 14 December 1938

10. Where did Guglielmo Marconi die?
a) Helsinki
b) Stolkholm
c) Oslo
d) Rome

Guglielmo Marconi Quiz Answers

1. What did Guglielmo Marconi invent?
a) Radio

2. When was Guglielmo Marconi born?
b) 25 April 1874

3. Where was Guglielmo Marconi born?
a) Bologna

4. Where did Guglielmo Marconi set up his laboratory?
d) Pontecchio

5. Which company was set up by Guglielmo Marconi in 1897?
b) The Wireless Telegraph & Signal Company Limited

6. What was the patent number for tuned or syntonic telegraphy?
c) 7777

7. In which field did Guglielmo Marconi get Nobel Prize in 1909?
c) Physics

8. Who made Guglielmo Marconi Commander of the Order of St. Maurice and St. Lazarus?
d) King of Italy

9. When did Guglielmo Marconi die?
c) 20 July 1937

10. Where did Guglielmo Marconi die?
d) Rome




Originally posted 2017-02-24 22:34:17.

Finalnd Quiz

Finland Quiz Questions

1) From 1809 to 1917 Finland was a Grand Duchy. Who was the Grand Duke?
a) King of Sweden
b) King of Denmark
c) Czar of Russia
4) Kaiser of Germany

2) Who produced the first Finnish language book, a book of Finnish grammar?
a) Mikael Agricola
b) Erik Exelsson
c) Aleksis Kivi
d) Emma Irene Astrom

3) Who was the President of Finland from 1956 to 1981?
a) J. K. Paasikivi
b) Urho Kekkonen
c) Tarja Halonen
d) Matti Vanhanen

4) Which is the capital of Filand?
a) Turku
b) Lahti
c) Helsinki
d) Kemi

5) Which was Finland’s currency before Euro?
a) Krone
b) Mark
c) Pound
d) Markka

6) Which water body separates Finland and Estonia?
a) Lake Ladoga
b) Lake Peipus
c) Gulf of Finland
d) Barents Sea

7) When is the Independence Day of Finland?
a) 6 December
b) 5 November
c) 24 June
d) 15 May

8) Which Church has the highest number of members in Finland?
a) Baptist Church
b) Anglican Church
c) Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland
d) Roman Catholic Church

9) What is the term of the President of the Finland?
a) Four years
b) Five years
c) Six years
d) Seven years

10) Who are the oldest known inhabitants of Finland?
a) Saxons
b) Goths
c) Romans
d) Lapps

Finland Quiz Questions with Answers

1) From 1809 to 1917 Finland was a Grand Duchy. Who was the Grand Duke?
c) Czar of Russia

2) Who produced the first Finnish language book, a book of Finnish grammar?
a) Mikael Agricola

3) Who was the President of Finland from 1956 to 1981?
b) Urho Kekkonen

4) Which is the capital of Filand?
c) Helsinki

5) Which was Finland’s currency before Euro?
d) Markka

6) Which water body separates Finland and Estonia?
c) Gulf of Finland

7) When is the Independence Day of Finland?
a) 6 December

8) Which Church has the highest number of members in Finland?
c) Evangelical Lutheran Church of Finland

9) What is the term of the President of the Finland?
c) Six years

10) Who are the oldest known inhabitants of Finland?
d) Lapps

Originally posted 2016-06-13 23:57:58.

Pius VIII Quiz

Pope Pius VIII

Pope Pius VIII (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

(Pius VIII is referred by his baptismal name for the times before he became pope.)

Pius VIII Quiz Questions

1) When was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione born?
a) 7 April 1760
b) 3 October 1755
c) 20 November 1761
d) 31 January 1759

2) Where was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione born?
a) Cingoli
b) Kinnigoli
c) Berne
d) Mantua

3) Which school did Francesco Xaverio Castiglione attend at Osimo?
a) Capuchin
b) Diocesan
c) Jesuit
d) Norbertine

4) Which diocese was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione’s first as bishop?
a) Cesena
b) Frascati
c) Montalto
d) Ostia

5) To whom did Francesco Xaverio Castiglione refuse to take oath of allegiance and was arrested?
a) Czar of Russia
b) King of Italy
c) Kaiser of Germany
d) King of England

6) When was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione created cardinal?
a) 1822
b) 1816
c) 1824
d) 1814

7) When was Pius VIII elected pope?
a) 31 March 1829
b) 7 May 1828
c) 4 August 1826
d) 15 October 1824

8) When was Pius VIII crowned pope?
a) 14 May 1828
b) 5 April 1829
c) 9 August 1826
d) 21 October 1824

9) In 1830 Charles X fled France. Who succeeded him as King of France and recognized by Pius VIII?
a) Napoleon II
b) Napoleon III
c) Louis Phillipe
d) George V

10) When did Pius VIII die?
a) 9 July 1834
b) 7 March 1828
c) 4 September 1832
d) 1 December 1830

Pius VIII Quiz Questions with Answers

Pope Pius VIII's Coat of Arms

Pope Pius VIII’s Coat of Arms (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

1) When was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione born?
c) 20 November 1761

2) Where was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione born?
a) Cingoli

3) Which school did Francesco Xaverio Castiglione attend at Osimo?
c) Jesuit

4) Which diocese was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione’s first as bishop?
c) Montalto

5) To whom did Francesco Xaverio Castiglione refuse to take oath of allegiance and was arrested?
b) King of Italy

6) When was Francesco Xaverio Castiglione created cardinal?
b) 1816

7) When was Pius VIII elected pope?
a) 31 March 1829

8) When was Pius VIII crowned pope?
b) 5 April 1829

9) In 1830 Charles X fled France. Who succeeded him as King of France and recognized by Pius VIII?
c) Louis Phillipe

10) When did Pius VIII die?
d) 1 December 1830