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History religion 1

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Is the following religions monotheistic or polytheistic? 1) Zoro. 2) Judaism 3) Hinduism 4) Buddhism 5) Christianity 6) Islam 7) Roman 8) Greek 1) Monotheistic 2) Monotheistic 3) Polytheistic 4) Polytheistic 5) Monotheistic 6) Monotheistic 7) Polytheistic 8) Polytheistic
Where are the following religions? 1) Zoro. 2) Judaism 3) Hinduism 4) Buddhism 5) Taoism 6) Conf. 7) Christianity 8) Islam 9) Shinto 10) Roman 11) Greek 1) Persia 2) Palistine 3) India 4) Nepal 5) Korea 6) China 7) Europe 8) Arabian Peninsula 9) Japan 10) Rome 11) Greece
What was the belief of the following religions? 1) Zoro. 2) Judaism 3) Hinduism 4) Buddhism 5) Taoism 6) Conf. 7) Christianity 8) Islam 9) Shinto 10) Roman 11) Greek 1) 2 opposing forces 2) following the laws of the Holy book 3) Reincarnation 4) Four Noble Truths 5) Ancestor worship 6) Code of Politeness 7) Incarnation 8) Five pillars of faith 9) Emperor is god. 10) Natural phenomena, life events, human quali
What is the Holy book of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Hinduism 3) Christianity 4) Islam 1) Torah 2) Veddas & Upinashads 3) New Testaments 4) Quran
Who were the important people of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Buddhism 3) Christianity 4) Islam 5) Roman 6) Greek 1) Abraham & Moses 2) Siddhartha & Asoka 3) Jesus & Paul 4) Muhammad, Abu Bakr, Ali 5) Jupiter 6) Zues
What are the branches of the following religions? 1) Christianity 2) Islam 1) Catholic 2) Sunni & Shi'a
What are the cities of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2)Christianity 3) Islam 4) Roman 5) Greek 1) Jerusalem 2) Rome & Constantinople 3) Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem, Bahgdad 4) Rome 5) Greece
What were the monuments in the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Christianity 3) Islam 4) Roman 5) Greek 1) Western Wall 2) Hagia Sophia & Sistine Chapel 3) Dome of the Rock & Kabba 4) Pantheon & Forum 5) Parthenon
Who were the leaders of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Christianity 3) Islam 1) Rabi 2) Pope & Patrician 3) Imans
What are the following worship places of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Buddhism 3) Christianity 4) Islam 1) Sinagod 2) Temples 3) Church 4) Mosque
What are the Holy days of the following religions? 1) Judaism 2) Christianity 3) Islam 1) The Passover 2) Christmas and Easter 3) Ramadan
What food could the following religions not have? 1) Judaism 2) Hinduism 3) Islam 1) Pork 2) meat 3) Pork
Who were the artist that made the following pieces? 1) Mona Lisa 2) David 3) Ceiling of the Sistine Chapel 4) The Last Supper 1) Leonardo da Vinci 2) Michelangelo 3) Michelangelo 4) Leonardo da Vinci
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