The Full Wiki

Elgin Marbles: Quiz

Advertisements
  
  
  

Did you know ...


More interesting facts on Elgin Marbles

Include this on your site/blog:
Question 1: [51] They have now been transported to the ________.
Hellenic ParliamentAthensNational Archaeological Museum, AthensAcropolis Museum

Question 2:
What is the street address of Elgin Marbles?

Question 3: [48] This includes an incident in 1961 when two schoolboys knocked off a part of a ________'s leg.
HeraCentaurGreek mythologyApollo

Question 4: [53] The ________ technique applied on the 14 slabs that Elgin did not remove revealed a surprising array of original details such as the original chisel marks and the veins on the horses' bellies.
Laser applicationsX-rayHeliumLaser

Question 5:
What type is thing is Elgin Marbles?

Question 6:
Which of the following titles did Elgin Marbles have?
The Black Marble
Elgin Marbles
Member of Parliament from Elgin
Marble Maker

Question 7: [25] Similar inscriptions were found in the Propylaia as well as on the church of St. George in the Keramykos, which in antiquity was a temple of ________ and is today called the Theseion.
ArtemisGreek mythologyApolloHephaestus

Question 8: According to a Turkish local, ________ sculptures that fell were burned to obtain lime for building.
CalciteSedimentary rockCalciumMarble

Question 9: In 1981, an ________ caused damage to the east facade.
LandslideEarthquakeGeotechnical engineeringS-wave

Question 10: The Elgin Marbles, known also as the Parthenon Marbles, are a collection of classical Greek marble sculptures, inscriptions and architectural members that originally were part of the Parthenon and other buildings on the ________.
Acropolis of AthensOlympia, GreeceEpidaurusDelphi







Advertisements









Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address
Message