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Question 1: The city's ________ team is Korinthos F.C. (Π.Α.E. Κόρινθος) established in 1999 after the merger of the Pankorinthian Football Club (Παγκορινθιακός) and the Corinth Football Club (Κόρινθος).
Olympic GamesRugby unionAssociation football around the worldAssociation football

Question 2:
What is the postcode of Corinth?
201 00

Question 3:
Which of the following is Southwest of Corinth?

Question 4: The Corinth Canal, carrying ship traffic between the western Mediterranean and the ________, is about 4 km east of the city, cutting through the Isthmus of Corinth.
Aegean SeaAegean civilizationsGreeceSamos Island

Question 5: During the reign of ________ Justinian I, a large stone wall was erected from the Saronic to the Corinthian gulf, protecting the city and the Peloponnesean peninsula from the barbarian invasions of the north.
List of Roman EmperorsConcise list of Roman EmperorsList of Byzantine emperorsRoman Emperor

Question 6: While there is archeological evidence of some minimal habitation in the years afterwards, ________ refounded the city as Colonia laus Iulia Corinthiensis in 44 BC shortly before his assassination.
Roman RepublicLucius Cornelius SullaJulius CaesarPompey

Question 7: In November 856, an ________ in Corinth killed an estimated 45,000.
S-waveEarthquakeLandslideGeotechnical engineering

Question 8:
Which of the following is South of Corinth?
Oneia mountains and Examilia
Columbia Heights
Walker County, Georgia and Catoosa County, Georgia
Crow Wing County and Morrison County

Question 9: In 1458, five years after the final ________, the Turks of the Ottoman Empire conquered the city and its mighty castle.
EuropeFall of ConstantinopleIstanbulByzantine Empire

Question 10: Periander also founded Apollonia in Illyria (modern day ________, Albania) and Potidaea (in Chalcidice).
FierPatos, AlbaniaLushnjëBallsh


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