Which one of the Seven Wonders replaced Ishtar Gate on one of the first lists of the Wonders of the World? (Hint: this wonder was the last one out of six to be destroyed.)
Only one of the Seven Wonders of the Ancient World still exists. Which one is it?
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were said to have been destroyed after the 2nd century BC by a repeated natural disaster. What was the cause of the destruction of the Hanging Gardens of Babylon?
Who was the sculptor chosen to create the Statue of Zeus at Olympia?
The Temple of Artemis was a structure dedicated to the goddess Artemis and took 120 years to build. A man named Herostratus was the first to destroy the temple. How did Herostratus destroy it?
Artemis was too preoccupied with the birth of this future GREAT king to pay attention to her temple being destroyed by Herostratus. Who is said to have been born the night the Temple of Artemis was destroyed?
The Mausoleum of Mausolus was a tomb that was built for the governor of the Persian Empire between 353 and 350 BC. Who ordered the construction of the temple?
What caused the destruction of the Mausoleum of Mausolus?
The Colossus of Rhodes, built between 292 and 280 BC, is a statue that was erected to what god of the sun?
The Lighthouse of Alexandria is the only wonder out of the other six that had a/some practical purpose(s). What was/were the purpose(s)?
Seven Wonders of the Ancient World