European History Grab Bag: Odd One Out Quiz Stats

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Greek city-states Macedonia
74%
Athens
3.2%
Sparta
3.7%
Thebes
13.1%
Italian Renaissance artists Canaletto
73.1%
Michelangelo
3.2%
Botticelli
12.6%
Raphael
5.2%
Ruling houses of Great Britain Buckingham
67.8%
Stuart
4.1%
Hanover
7.5%
Saxe-Coburg and Gotha
14.8%
Former members of the USSR Albania
66.8%
Armenia
10.7%
Georgia
4.2%
Moldova
12.4%
European explorers who vanished Christopher Columbus
65.5%
Henry Hudson
6%
Roald Amundsen
13.5%
John Franklin
9.3%
Major battles of World War I Vichy
63.9%
Ypres
14.2%
The Somme
6.8%
Verdun
9.4%
European countries that have hosted the Olympic Games Portugal
57.1%
Switzerland
9.9%
Belgium
15.8%
Finland
11.4%
Three oldest universities in continuous operation University of Zagreb
55.9%
University of Bologna
7.2%
University of Oxford
6.2%
University of Salamanca
24.7%
Art movements that originated in Europe Abstract Expressionism
50.4%
Rococo
23.2%
Impressionism
4%
Cubism
16.5%
Philosophers of the Enlightenment Ludwig Wittgenstein
49.5%
Voltaire
10.9%
Immanuel Kant
11.6%
David Hume
22.2%
Members of the six main Germanic tribes Huns
48.7%
Ostrogoths
13.8%
Franks
20.3%
Vandals
11.4%
Spanish Roman Catholic saints Francis of Assisi
44.9%
Teresa of Ávila
14.5%
Francis Xavier
22.3%
Ignatius of Loyola
12.5%
Protestant Reformation leaders Thomas More
43.4%
John Calvin
3.9%
Martin Luther
3.7%
Huldrych Zwingli
43.1%
Prehistoric cave painting locations in Europe Serra da Capivara
40%
Lascaux
15.1%
Cave of Altamira
22.7%
Chauvet Cave
16.1%
The Three Estates of France's Ancien Régime The King
39.5%
The Clergy
10.3%
The Nobility
6.4%
The Commoners
38%
Monarchs involved in the Thirty Years' War Catherine II of Russia
38.7%
Gustavus Adolphus of Sweden
27.4%
Philip IV of Spain
11%
Charles I of England
16.7%
European Nobel Prize winners in Literature Umberto Eco
37.1%
Boris Pasternak
21.3%
Jean-Paul Sartre
17.2%
Hermann Hesse
18.4%
Official languages of the European Union Norwegian
35.4%
Estonian
20.3%
Irish
35.6%
Polish
3%
Medieval castles and fortified towns Neuschwanstein Castle
35.3%
Cité de Carcassonne
24.4%
Tower of London
24.1%
Prague Castle
10.2%
European localities for which chemical elements were named Radom, Poland
31.4%
Ytterby, Sweden
17.5%
Darmstadt, Germany
33.9%
Strontian, Scotland
11.1%

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