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Merry Christmas (Part III)

written by: DieZel
 
Some more trivia about this jolly Christian holiday. Have fun and don't forget to check the other parts of the quiz!

Question 1:


According to the Bible, after Christ was born in Bethlehem, three Magi visited him. They presented Jesus with all these treasures, but one. Can you spot it?
Gold
Chrism
Frankincense
Myrrh

Question 2:


According to some Christmas traditions, any two people who meet under a hanging of this, must kiss.  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)


Question 3:


Finish this popular Christmas song about Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer:
"All of the other reindeer
Used to laugh and call him names
They never let poor Rudolph
..."
Wear any reindeer pants
Join any reindeer games
Be near his reindeer friends
Have any reindeer friends

Question 4:


At Christmas time radio stations broadcast famous Christmas carols, songs and often, the "Hallelujah chorus" from the oratorio "Messiah," by this composer.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Johann Sebastian Bach
Ludwig van Beethoven
George Frideric Handel

Question 5:


Christmas is believed to have originated from a pagan Roman festival. It lasted 7 days and included the winter solstice, which at that time fell on December 25. Which Roman god did this festival honor?
Saturn
Apolon
Mars
Jupiter

Question 6:


Christian Nativity scenes are very popular during the Christmas holidays. However, a life-sized Nativity scene is on permanent display in Piazza San Pietro, in this city.
Venice, Italy
Toledo, Spain
Vatican City
Paris, France

Question 7:

View the provided image.
The plant you see on this picture is often used as Christmas decoration.
Amaryllis
Christmas cactus
Poinsettia
Holly


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Question 8:


The 2004 movie "The Polar Express" starred this actor in five distinct roles. For example, he was the Boy, the Conductor and even Santa Claus.
Mike Myers
Tom Hanks
Eddie Murphy
Morgan Freeman

Question 9:


He is the French equivalent of Santa Claus.
Jack Frost
Zwarte Piet
Olentzero
Pere Noel

Question 10:


"A Christmas Carol" is a novella, telling us the story of Ebenezer Scrooge, who is visited by the spirits of "Christmas Past", "Christmas Present" and "Christmas Yet to Come." Who wrote this famous book?
John Leech
Charles Dickens
Mark Twain
Clement Moore

 


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