Which Greek philosopher allegedly lived in a barrel?
Diogenes of Sinope was an ancient Greek philosopher and self-proclaimed "Citizen of the World" who, at different points, allegedly lived in a wine barrel (or possibly another kind of jar), urinated on guests at a banquet, and made a regular practice of insulting famous figures and lecturing shoppers in the marketplace. Plato reportedly called him “a Socrates gone mad".
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What was the position of Greece in the parade of nations during the opening ceremony of the Olympic Games in Athens?
Greece marched first
Greece marched last
Greece was the number 46
Greece marched twice, both first and last