1. This Roman emperor’s birth name was Lucius Domitus Ahenobarbus, and he was the nephew of the emperor Caligula. He was known for his tyrannical rule, and the Great Fire of Rome happened during his reign where some believed that this emperor was responsible for starting it. He is said to be responsible for the death of his mother and stepbrother. Name the Roman emperor.
2. A ancient historian from Greece, he has been sometimes called the ‘Father of History’ along with Thucydides. He lived between the period 500-400 BC, and his ‘The Histories’ is one of the classic sources of ancient history. However, some of his work is also considered to be fabrications. His statue can be found even today in Bodrum. Name the historian.
3. His middle name was Gabriel, and he was the leader of the syndicate ‘Chicago Outfit’. One of the most notorious criminals of his day, some considered him to be a ‘Robin Hood’ for his frequent contributions to charity. He has been featured in numerous books and movies and has been played by actors Robert De Niro and Stephen Graham. Name the person.
4. This cartoon character first appeared in 1934, and Clarence Nash provided voice for this character for 56 years. He first appeared in the cartoon ‘The Wise Little Hen’ and is also one of the most published cartoon characters in the world. He also features as the mascot for the sports teams of the University of Oregon. Name the character.
5. This submarine created by the US Navy was the first one to carry ballistic missiles. James Osborn and John From Jr were the first commanders of the submarine. It was once involved in a collision with a Japanese cargo ship which sunk after the collision. It shares its name with a former President of the US. Name the submarine.
3. Al Capone.
4. Donald Duck.
5. USS George Washington.