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Question 1: the cauldron where the ________ burns for the duration of the Olympic Games
Olympic mascotOlympic symbolsOlympic Flame2008 Summer Olympics

Question 2: In some forms of Wicca which incorporate aspects of ________, the cauldron is associated with the goddess Cerridwen.
Celtic Reconstructionist PaganismCeltic mythologyBeltaneSamhain

Question 3: In ________, a cauldron can be placed in a sacred circle and used to burn items that will be set alight during a ritual (e.g.
WiccaningWiccaWitch-cult hypothesisTriple Goddess (Neopaganism)

Question 4: the ________, made in the second or first century BC, found at Gundestrup, Denmark
Celtic pantheonLa Tène cultureCeltsGundestrup cauldron

Question 5: Also, in legend, a cauldron is purported to be where ________ keep their treasure.
LeprechaunCailleachBansheeAos Sí

Question 6: The holy grail of ________ is sometimes referred to as a "cauldron", although traditionally the grail is thought of as a hand-held cup rather than the large pot that the word "cauldron" usually is used to mean.
Historical basis for King ArthurKing Arthur's messianic returnKing ArthurKing Arthur's family

Question 7: a ________ cauldron found at Hassle, Sweden
Bronze AgeAncient Near EastBronze Age BritainDeverel-Rimbury culture

Question 8: Water can be placed into a cauldron for ________ (a method of divining the future) or it can hold the ingredients necessary for a spell or incantation.
DowsingNecromancyCrystal gazingScrying

Question 9: A cauldron or caldron (from Latin caldarium, hot bath) is a large ________ pot (kettle) for cooking and/or boiling over an open fire, with a large mouth and frequently with an arc-shaped hanger.
HalogenMetalNonmetalNoble gas

Question 10: While still used, a more common association in Western culture is the cauldron's use in witchcraft—a cliché popularized by various fictions, such as Shakespeare's play ________.
MacbethOthelloBBC Television ShakespeareHamlet


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