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Quizzes make learning fun! There is no quicker way to learn about History in Middle School - Grades 6, 7 and 8

Here at Education Quizzes we talk to parents all the time and one of the things we hear most often is ‘I was never interested in history when I was at school but I wish I had paid more attention because I find it fascinating now’.

Will you become one of the grown-ups with regrets or will you embrace history now with all the marvelous lessons it can teach us?

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If you have a sensitive disposition then we suggest you progress to the quizzes below without further delay but if not, and you have any lingering doubts that historical facts might be boring, then consider these gruesome events…

Ice Age Britons used skulls of the dead as cups and up until the 19th century dentures were commonly made with teeth pulled from the mouths of dead soldiers.

Pope Gregory IX didn’t like cats so he had millions killed with the result that rat populations got out of control and spread the Bubonic Plague.

In order to prevent pharaohs in ancient Egypt from being troubled by flies, servants were covered in honey to attract the flies away.

Approximately 1 in 40 Americans were killed in the Civil War – by far the most casualties of any American war.

In early Rome a father was allowed to kill anyone in his family without fear of the law.

In 1487 the Aztecs killed 20,000 people as a sacrifice when dedicating a temple.

Enough! Enough of these astounding revelations. Whatever you may think of history at least you will never again call it boring!

Let’s play some nice, pleasant quizzes and try to forget all that nastiness!

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