General Ancient Civilizations Quiz

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Can you name the correct true or false answers to the following history questions?

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The first wave of peasant Christian Crusaders accidentally traveled to France instead of Constantinople.
During his trial, Socrates admitted his fault and asked the jury for the death penalty.
Mark Antony was the most well known Roman hippie.
Hippopotamus was a major cause of death for the Ancient Egyptians.
Based on the Kama Sutra, if a woman excessively perspired, she was deemed unfit to marry,
Muhammad was a camel herder.
Slavery was abolished in Han China because people rallied for equality and freedom.
A lyra, or a roman pound, of meat costed a labourer eight days wage.
The Circus Maximus used wooden eggs to count the number of laps chariot racers completed.
Roman Senators had a knack for cutting off heads and displaying them in the forum.

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