Here’s today’s Final Jeopardy (in the category 16th Century Names) for Tuesday, June 13, 2017:
In his 1557 almanac this French doctor predicted, “Immortal I shall be in life, and in death even more so”
(correct response beneath the contestants)
|Dylan Watton, a communications coordinator from Rockaway Beach, New York
||Stan Jastrzebski, a broadcast journalist from Lafayette, Indiana
||Tucker Dunn, an E.S.L. teacher from Tucson, Arizona (2-day total: $27,600)
Who is Nostradamus?
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Famous Frenchman Nostradamus has become best known today for his famous collections of prophecies. So, in a way, while he was not physically immortal, as he died in 1566, his prophecies certainly have led to his immortality after his death.
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