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History of antisemitism: Quiz


Question 1: About 12,000 Jews are said to have perished in the ________ cities alone between May and July 1096.

Question 2: [9] ________, in his Jewish Antiquities[10], also reported that Tiberius ordered all the Jews to be banished from Rome.
JosephusFirst Jewish–Roman WarJesusHerod the Great

Question 3: [34] In the later ________ in Christian Europe, there was full-scale persecution in many places, with blood libels, expulsions, forced conversions and massacres.
High Middle AgesMiddle AgesLate Middle AgesEarly Middle Ages

Question 4: [12] Since Philo posthumously criticized ________, and this passage was written after Tiberius's death, it is possible that Sejanus was the prime mover in the persecution of the Jews.

Question 5: In many European countries the eighteenth century "________" saw the dismantling of archaic corporate, hierarchical forms of society in favour of individual equality of citizens before the law.
David HumeAge of EnlightenmentDeismHumanism

Question 6: [64] In 1839, in the eastern Persian city of ________, a mob burst into the Jewish Quarter, burned the synagogue, and destroyed the Torah scrolls.

Question 7: Such theories often posited the superiority of white ________ to Semitic Jews.
AryanAryan raceIranian peoplesMiscegenation

Question 8: The cult of Simon of Trent was disbanded in 1965 by ________, and the shrine erected to him was dismantled.
Pope Pius XIPope John Paul IICatholic ChurchPope Paul VI

Question 9: In 1981 the senator ________ referred to fellow Democrat Howard Metzenbaum as the "Senator from B'nai Brith" on the floor of the Senate.
Ernest HollingsJames F. ByrnesColeman Livingston BleaseStrom Thurmond

Question 10: After the war, the ________ and "March 1968 events" in communist Poland represented a further incidents of antisemitism in Europe.
Treblinka extermination campHans FrankKielce pogromSobibor extermination camp

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