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Question 1: ________ (died 1699 at Tyburn), forger, coiner, coin clipper and counterfeiter,
William ChalonerIsaac NewtonEnglandLondon

Question 2: The ________, a primary text of medieval Kabbalah, was written by a 16th century Spanish Rabbi but attributed to Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai, an ancient sage of the Second Temple period.
ZoharSefer YetzirahIsaac LuriaGilgul

Question 3: Before the invention of ________, people commonly hired painters and engravers to "re-create" an event or a scene.
CameraDigital single-lens reflex cameraPhotographyRangefinder camera

Question 4: But consumer goods are also counterfeits when they are not manufactured or produced by designated manufacture or producer given on the ________ or flagged by the trademark symbol.
RecyclingLabelPackaging and labelingSticker

Question 5: ________'s Vermeers
LondonHan van MeegerenBerlinAmsterdam

Question 6: Jacques van Meegeren's fakes of ________'s work
AmsterdamHan van MeegerenBerlinLondon

Question 7: Forgery is the process of making, adapting, or imitating objects, statistics, or documents (see ________), with the intent to deceive.
Fictional bookFalse documentJorge Luis BorgesNovel

Question 8: Forgery is one of the techniques of fraud, including ________.
MurderIdentity theftTreasonCrime

Question 9: Dossiers Secrets, the document forgeries planted in the Bibliothèque nationale de France that were developed into ________ etc.
The Da Vinci CodeThe Holy Blood and the Holy GrailRennes-le-ChâteauJesus bloodline

Question 10: ________ including coin, currency, drugs, watches and postage stamps
ForgeryFraudCounterfeitCopyright infringement

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