Random Trivia #1

It's trivia... pretty simple stuff
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Last updated: February 27, 2020
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The members of The First Triumvirate
Julius Caesar
Pompey
Crassus
Name of the region that encompasses most of northern Russia
Siberia
Name of the cord that connects a mother and her fetus
Umbilical Cord
The name of the infamous "Clown Killer" whose killing spree started in 1972 and ended 1978
John Wayne Gacy
Who won The Battle of Hastings?
William the Conqueror
Who lost The Battle of Hastings, but won the battle of Stamford Bridge
Harold Godwinson
Who lost the Battle of Stamford Bridge?
Harald Hardrada
US President who famously said "We chose to do these things not because they are easy, but because they are hard"
John F. Kennedy
A function used in programming that if proved true performs a function or displays information.
IF Statement
A word that means "intended for or likely to only be understood by a small amount of individuals with a specialised knowledge or intersest in the subject" It also starts with the letter 'e'
Esoteric
The Number of the Beast
666
Other than chimps, what is the closest living relative to the human race?
Bonobo
What does GPU stand for?
Graphical Processing Unit
Capital of Slovenia
Ljubljana
Which disease that was known commonly as the "Great Pox" throughout history was first cured in 1947 and in its later stages, can cause insanity.
Syphilis
Names of the homeless Ancient Greek philosopher who was one of the founders of cynic philosophy?
Diogenes
Name of the instrument that is considered the predecessor of the piano
Harpsichord
Name of the city that is also known as Third Rome
Moscow
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