Jeopardy Enlighten-ment Religions Potluck Exploration Renaissance Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Double Jeopardy
$100 Question from Religions Torah, Ten Commandments, Synagogues
$100 Answer from Religions Judaism
$200 Question from Religions Castes, Karma, Vedas
$200 Answer from Religions Hinduism
$300 Question from Religions Mosques, Qur’an, Five Pillars
$400 Question from Religions Four Noble Truths, Nirvana, Siddhartha Gautama
$400 Answer from Religions Buddhism
$500 Question from Religions Resurrection, Catholic, Protestant
$500 Answer from Religions Christianity
$100 Question from Renaissance Who is the artist?
$100 Answer from Renaissance Leonardo da Vinci
$200 Question from Renaissance Who is the artist?
$200 Answer from Renaissance William Shakespeare
$300 Question from Renaissance Name the city and country
$300 Answer from Renaissance Florence, Italy
$400 Question from Renaissance Who is the artist?
$400 Answer from Renaissance Michelangelo
$500 Question from Renaissance Who is the northern Renaissance artist?
$500 Answer from Renaissance Jan Vermeer
$100 Question from Exploration Led first voyage to circumnavigate the earth
$100 Answer from Exploration Magellan
$200 Question from Exploration Elusive route to the Pacific around Canada; sought by Cartier and Hudson
$200 Answer from Exploration Northwest Passage
$300 Question from Exploration First European to sail around the Cape of Good Hope all the way to India
$300 Answer from Exploration Vasco da Gama
$400 Question from Exploration Mercantilist’s source of precious metals, cheap raw materials, and a market for finished products
$400 Answer from Exploration Colonies
$500 Question from Exploration Event beginning in 1492 involving the introduction of new animals, agricultural products, ideas and diseases
$500 Answer from Exploration Columbian Exchange
$100 Question from Enlightenment Who suggested the Law of Nature promises “life, health, liberty, and property.”
$100 Answer from Enlightenment John Locke
$200 Question from Enlightenment Life in a state of nature would be “solitary, poor, nasty, brutish, and short.” He wrote Leviathan.
$200 Answer from Enlightenment Thomas Hobbes
$300 Question from Enlightenment What was the idea that government’s power comes from the people?
$300 Answer from Enlightenment Popular Sovereignty
$400 Question from Enlightenment 1789 Document promising universal male suffrage to all citizens
$400 Answer from Enlightenment Declaration of the Rights of Man
$500 Question from Enlightenment Idea that people give up rights in order to form a government that provides stability and security; described by Hobbes and Rousseau
$500 Answer from Enlightenment Social Contract
$100 Question from Potluck Lowest social class in France prior to the Revolution
$100 Answer from Potluck Third Estate
$200 Question from Potluck Latin American leader for independence; he fought for Gran Colombia
$200 Answer from Potluck Simon Bolivar
$300 Question from Potluck Document from a first-hand witness to an historical event
$300 Answer from Potluck Primary Source
$400 Question from Potluck Military conflict between Protestants and Catholics in the territory of the Holy Roman Empire
$400 Answer from Potluck Thirty Years’ War
$500 Question from Potluck Baroque composer