Religion Quiz / An A-Z Of Religion & Mythology

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Can you answer these questions about places, people, and things associated with different world religions and mythologies?

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A- In Arthurian mythology, the final resting place of King Arthur
B- In the book of Daniel, the gathering interrupted by 'the writing on the wall'
C- St Paul wrote two epistles to these people, one of which includes the phrase 'when I became a man, I put away childish things'.
D-In Greek mythology, the goddess of the grain, agriculture, and harvest, and mother of Persephone
E- In Arthurian mythology, the name of King Arthur's sword
F- Along with gold and myrrh, one of the gifts of the Magi to the baby Jesus.
G- In the book of Samuel, the Philistine warrior defeated by David in the valley of Elah.
H- One of the five Pillars of Islam, a pilgrimage to Mecca.
I- The Wiccan sabbat associated with the first sign of Spring.
J- In the Bible, the walls of this city fell when Joshua and his soldiers walked around it, blowing horns.
K- The Hindu goddess of time, creation, destruction and power
L- In Norse mythology, the trickster god
M- A seven-branched candelabrum associated with Judaism
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N- The ultimate spiritual goal in Buddhism, a release from rebirth and the destination of the Noble Eightfold Path.
O- In Egyptian mythology, the god of the afterlife, the underworld, and rebirth
P- In Greek mythology, the winged horse captured and rode by Bellerophon.
Q- The central religious text for Islam.
R- Jewish festival known as the Jewish New Year.
S- The Wiccan sabbat associated with death and ancestors, the end of harvest and the beginning of winter
T- In Egyptian mythology, a moon god, and the god of writing and scribes
U- In Greek mythology, the god of the sky and father of the first generation of Titans
V- In Norse mythology, the hall of the slain
W- An alternative name for Odin (either in Old English, Old German, or Old High Saxon)
X- In Aztec mythology, the god of death, lightning, fire, twins, and monsters
Y- The holiest day of the year in Judaism, also known as the Day of Atonement.
Z- One of the five Pillars of Islam, it is the practice of charitable giving.

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