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Located on the Nile, this country is known for famous monuments such as the Great Sphinx and the Great Pyramid of Giza.?
World Geography ($200)
Discovered in 1930, it was reclassified in 2006 as a dwarf planet along with Eris and Ceres.?
Known for his gothic style of short story and poetry writing, this alcoholic died mysteriously after being found in a state of delirium on the streets of Baltimore.?
In 1971, Don McLean released this song about three rock and roll musicians who died in a plane crash.?
The United States constitution calls for government to be shared between three branches of government, the legislative, executive, and this branch.?
Often called 'America's Pastime,' this game evolved into what we know it as today from similar games played in Europe.?
Daughter of Anne Boleyn, she reigned for 44 years and was an ardent supporter of William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe.?
In 1939, this character discovered that there was no place like home.?
This world capital is considered a holy city for the world's three largest religions.?
World Geography ($400)
This English physicist's accomplishments include proposing the theory of gravity and theories of motion.?
With only 7 poems published in her lifetime, her poems were characterized by their use of dashes and often dealt with the subjects of death, spirituality, and nature.?
He wrote the song 'Tears in Heaven' after his son Conor fell from the window of this 53rd story NYC apartment.?
In this type of democratic system, the Chief Executive is elected not directly but through its legislature?
After leading the Chicago Bulls to 6 NBA championship wins, he retired and then came back to spend two more years with the Washington Wizards.?
Before being captured and burned at the stake, Joan of arc led this country's army to several important victories.?
Famous for directing films such as Terminator, Aliens, and Avatar, he exclaimed 'I'm the king of the world' after winning a Best Director Oscar for Titanic.?
Previously called Persia, a revolution took place here that ousted the Shah Pahlavi and replaced him with Ayatollah Khomeini and an Islamic theocratic government.?
World Geography ($600)
Mercury, Uranium, and this element on the periodic table are named after major planets in our solar system (English pronunciation only).?
This English poet who wrote the collections Songs of Innocence and Songs of Experience claimed to have had visions of God and Angels starting as early as age 4.?
She performed at the original Woodstock before dying of a heroin overdose in 1970.?
Replacing the League of Nations after WW2, this international organization with 194 members aims to promote human rights, economic development, and international security.?
This team has won more Super Bowls than any other NFL team with 6 wins.?
In 49 b.c., Julius Caesar said 'The die has been cast' before leading his army across this river and enabling Rome to expand.?
This is the name given to the period in American Cinema from the late 20's to the late 40's that produced stars such as Clark Gable, Ingrid Bergman, Cary Grant, and Bette Davis.?
This country, its name meaning 'freedom', was founded as a voluntary haven for freed American slaves.?
World Geography ($800)
This term refers to all of the genetic material in a single cell of an organism.?
Published in 1875, this novel set in the American south was the first to be published using a typewriter.?
This artist once said, 'Some people tap their feet, some people snap their fingers, and some people sway back and forth. I just sorta do 'em all together, I guess.'?
The United States' expansive economic program that was put into effect after the devastation of World War 2 with the goal of rebuilding the European economy was called this.?
He has won more championships than any other head coach in the NBA and is the only head coach to have won at least ten championships in any North American professional sport.?
Following the Spanish-American war, the United States annexed Puerto Rico, Guam, and this Asian country.?
Born in 1907 and acting in films such as A Philadelphia Story and Bringing Up Baby, this late star has received more Best Actress Oscars than any woman to date.?
Both India and Pakistan claim sovereignty over this region, located in the Northwestern part of India. ?
World Geography ($1000)
In 1974, this fossil named for a song about a female was found in Ethiopia; its ape-like skull and bipedal walk led many scientists to claim greater evidence to support evolution.?
This reclusive poet eloped with a fellow poet that she had been writing, prompting her father to disinherit her, as he had done to her 11 siblings that had wed without his consent.
Born Robert Allan Zimmerman, this musician once said 'I consider myself a poet first and a musician second. I live like a poet and I'll die like a poet.'?
The Democratic Peace theory, which argues that two countries in which both are democratic will behave peacefully toward one another was established by this German philosopher.?
The first modern Olympics games were held in this world capital.?
During and in the aftermath of World War 1, approximately 1 to 1.5 million of these people were killed in the second most studied genocide of the 20th century.?
Dubbed a 'talkie,' this 1927 musical was the first full-legnth film to use synchronized dialogue.?
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