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Question 1: Even natural geologic features such as the massive basalt columns of the Giant's Causeway on the coast of ________ were attributed to construction by giants.
ScotlandNorthern IrelandUnited KingdomIrish people

Question 2: After ________, they were driven away, and the only remaining one is Olentzero, a coalmaker that brings gifts on Christmas Eve.
Byzantine EmpireGermanic ChristianityChristianizationCrusades

Question 3: The Brobdingnagians, from the book Gulliver's Travels by ________.
PoetryJohn ArbuthnotJonathan SwiftDrapier's Letters

Question 4: The BFG (Big Friendly Giant) is a children's book by ________ about a friendly, dream-delivering giant.
Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryRoald DahlCharlie and the Chocolate Factory (film)Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator

Question 5: According to ________ legends, the playing of a girl giantess named Neringa on the seashore formed the Curonian Spit ("neria, nerge, neringia" means land which is diving up and down like a swimmer).
BaltsSlavic peoplesKurgan hypothesisBaltic languages

Question 6: Also, ________ are usually considered to be giants, and are also found in the folklore of Britain.
Gog and MagogChristian eschatologyEschatologyEnd time

Question 7: This is parodied famously in Cervantes' ________, when the title character attacks a windmill, believing it to be a giant.
United KingdomDon QuixoteMiguel de CervantesSpain

Question 8: The Bible tells of men of extraordinary size in the pre-flood world, calling them ________.
NephilimDeuterocanonical booksBiblical canonJubilees

Question 9: The Zentradi, a fictional extraterrestrial race of giants from The Super Dimension Fortress Macross Japanese anime series and its ________ American adaptation.
RobotechRobotech (TV series)Robotech II: The SentinelsRobotech: The Shadow Chronicles

Question 10: The giant Despair appears in ________'s The Pilgrim's Progress.
BaptistReformed BaptistJohn BunyanCharles Spurgeon


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