Bizarre historical facts – can you guess which of them are true?
We all know that history is full of unbelievable and strange moments, so even some made-up stories may sound close to the truth. Let's try to guess which of these weird historical facts are real and debunk some myths.
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Being the most famous female ruler of the Kingdom of Egypt, Cleopatra wasn't ethnically Egyptian and even became the first member of her family to start speaking the Egyptian language. Her family was of a Greek origin and belonged to the Ptolemaic dynasty.
Before the 1850s, it was common practice to take teeth from dead soldiers and use them as prosthetics.
The Beer Flood did take place in London in 1814. It happened after the burst of a large vat of fermenting porter and killed 8 people.
Despite being one of the most brutal warlords in history, Genghis Khan didn't force the peoples he conquered to change their religions. He even consulted with religious leaders of different confessions to learn something new from them and understand his new citizens better.
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