History of the Scots. Although the work was heavily censored at the time of its first publication in 1587, it was still useful for its information about Plantagenet kings, as well as more shadowy figures of the legendary British past. For 10 points, name this author whose Chronicles of England Scotland and Ireland introduced Cymbeline and King Lear to William Shakespeare?
Answer: Raphael Holinshead
7. Supposedly this native of Madras fell asleep during a spiritual exercise and subsequently cut off his eyelids to prevent a recurrence. They fell to the ground and became the first green tea plants. A slightly less apocryphal act was telling the emperor Wu-Ti that salvation could not be acquired through meritorious deeds. His sect was known as the Dhayana, or "meditation" sect, and that name was abbreviated in Japanese. For 10 points, name this sixth-century AD "first patriarch" of Zen Buddhism.
Answer: Bodhidharma or Daruma or Da Mo
8. Name's the same. Samuel was a philosopher and economist who attacked Ricardo's Iron Law of Wages. Pearl was a Broadway singer most famous for playing the title role in an all-black production of
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