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Bobbing and wheeling

The “bob and wheel” sounds gymnastic but in fact is a poetical maneuver. It consists of an introductory short line called the bob, with as few as two syllables; followed by several lines of ordinary length that make use of internal rhyme. The bob and wheel is strongly associated with one particular long poem that used it extensively. Which poem was it?

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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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In what year were the first Winter Olympic Games conducted?

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Who was the first European known to have encountered cacao?

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