2 Simonides of Ceos
3 no clue 20 legions
4 Adagio in g minor was made from the remnents of another piece found in the ruin of dresden
1) Ju-52 floatplane is all I could come up with
2) The Athenians, as defenders of the Hellenes, in Marathon destroyed the might of the golden-dressed Medes. - Simonides
3) No clue (yet)
4) Adagio in G minor
Last edited by Cato the Younger; March 20, 2007 at 02:51 PM.
My information comes from Heather, "A new history of Rome and the barbarians" and mentions a much lower number for 420, according to the Imperial catalogues.
Anyway, I consider this question probably "over the top" for here, so it's a tie between Cato and cpt Blackadder since you both had 3 out of 5 right.
Heather's number is 181 "units' with a total of 90.000 troops...
I think the Captain is more deserving than I am; afterall, he did answer the questions (2/3) first. By all means, let Blackadder ask the questions and receive the rep.Originally Posted by Garbarsardar
Oh, and great questions Garb... they were hard as Hell!
Last edited by Cato the Younger; March 22, 2007 at 02:58 PM.
1 What was the australian dollar originally going to be called?
2 What is the oldest football club still playing in the elite competition (note this is all brands of football)?
3 What football club has the oldest uniform? (Once agian it applies to all forms of the code)
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