What year is the play Romeo and Juliet set?

What year is the play Romeo and Juliet set?

Well, we don’t really know for certain when “Romeo and Juliet” is set, or when it was written either. Scholars currently think that the play might plausibly be dated to 1595. We know too that it can’t be any later than 1596, or any earlier than 1591.

Where Does Worcestershire sauce come from?

Despite its name, Worcestershire sauce was originally an Indian recipe, brought back to Britain by Lord Marcus Sandys, ex-Governor of Bengal. One day in 1835, Sandys appeared in a prospering chemist’s emporium in Worcestershire, England, and asked the chemist to create a batch of sauce from his recipe.

Can animals see colors?

To see in full colour as we know it, humans use three cones – red, blue and green. However cats and dogs only have blue and green cones. This means they have a much more muted perception of colour, which is akin to colour blindness in humans.

What percentage of the world population lives north of the equator?

Bloomberg Radio host Tom Keene just tweeted a fascinating fact: 90 percent of the world’s people live in the Northern Hemisphere. This map posted by Frank Jacobs at bigthink.com shows population distribution by latitude and that most people live north of the equator.

When did the first restaurant open in the world?

The very first restaurant in the world was opened in Paris in 1765. A tavern keeper, Monsieur Boulanger, served a single dish — sheep’s feet simmered in a white sauce.

What mammal has the largest eyes?

The equine eye is the largest of all land mammals–whales, seals and the ostrich are the only other animals that have larger eyes. The equine eye is the largest of all land mammals–whales, seals and the ostrich are the only other animals that have larger eyes.

How many teams did Wayne Gretzky play for in the NHL?

Arguably hockey’s greatest player, Wayne Gretzky played for the Edmonton Oilers, Los Angeles Kings, St. Louis Blues and the New York Rangers during his long career.

Who was the first person to calculate the circumference of Earth?

Eratosthenes calculated the circumference of the Earth without leaving Egypt. Eratosthenes knew that at local noon on the summer solstice in the Ancient Egyptian city of Swenet (known in ancient Greek as Syene, and now as Aswan) on the Tropic of Cancer, the Sun would appear at the zenith, directly overhead.