Knowledgeable about music? Or just feeling lucky?
It’s time to face the Music Theory Quiz

August 26, 2015  Nick wrote this quiz a few years ago, releasing the questions in a series of blog posts, but it was always intended that it would eventually land at Trivia Park, and here it is at last.

For those whose musical nerdiness transcends conventional bounds, we trust that this quiz will prove a delightful playground of the mind. Other users are advised to sharpen their intuitions to a needle-point en route to the title page.

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Monumental discoveries

The 19th-century French archeologist Jean-François Champollion (1790-1832) is most famous for his discovery of:

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From our Olympic Games Quiz...

Elite athlete

In the early Olympic Games, only free, male Greek citizens could compete. After Rome conquered Greece, Romans participated as well. Which Roman emperor competed at Olympia in a ten-horse chariot race?

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Sports and Games

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It Happened One Night (1934)

In this romantic comedy, when the lead characters must share a motel room even though they are unmarried, they maintain propriety by hanging a blanket between their beds. What is their jocular name for the blanket?

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From our Antiquity Quiz...

Utnapishtim

The ancient Babylonian epic of Gilgamesh is one of the oldest works of literature still extant. One important episode features a man named Utnapishtim, who:

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Myth, Magic and Mystery

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