Brač: Quiz

Question 1: Historically, Brač was famous for goats; even Pliny comments that from the island of Brattia (the ________ name for the island) comes excellent cheese, wine and olive oil.
LatinRoman EmpireVulgar LatinOld Latin

Question 2: In the summer of 1390, together with the whole region, they accepted the rule of the Bosnian King ________ Kotromanić, who died the next year.
Stephen II, Ban of BosniaTvrtko II of BosniaStephen Dabiša of BosniaTvrtko I of Bosnia

Question 3: Diocletian's Palace, which later became the seed of close by Split, was largely built with ________ that was quarried on Brač.
Karst topographyLimestoneSedimentary rockCarbonate rock

Question 4: Nevertheless, there are no traces of human habitation from the ________.
NeolithicVinča cultureLinear Pottery cultureCucuteni-Trypillian culture

Question 5: Tradition has it that Škrip was founded by ________ Salonans, but the town is actually much older than that.

Question 6: In the mountainous regions of the island, native rebels fought a quite effective ________, but the occupiers answered harshly with arrests and executions.
Ancient warfareMilitary historyGuerrilla warfareSiege

Question 7: The ________ was barely fought on the island (there was a brief bombing of Milna), but the aftermath of the war, especially the loss in tourism, was disastrous for the island.
Yugoslav WarsCroatian War of IndependenceOperation StormBosnian War

Question 8: In the ________ and Iron Age, Illyrian tribes populated the inner parts of the island.
Deverel-Rimbury cultureAncient Near EastBronze Age BritainBronze Age

Question 9: [1] Also ________, especially wine and olives, began in the same era.
Organic farmingSustainable agricultureIntensive farmingAgriculture

Question 10: Archeological findings date the existence of human communities on the island back to the ________ (in the Kopačina cave between Supetar and Donji Humac).
Paleolithic religionPaleolithicStone AgeMiddle Paleolithic

Source: The Full Wiki (č)