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Question 1: Norway: Harald Fairhair, Olav Tryggvason, ________
Constitution of the United KingdomConstitution of NorwayConstitution of SwedenConstitution of Denmark

Question 2: A national myth may be a legend or fictionalized narrative, which has been elevated to serious ________, symbolical and esteemed level so as to be true to the nation (Renan 1882).
Religion and mythologyGreek mythologyMythologyMyth and ritual

Question 3: The national folklore of many nations includes a founding myth, which may involve a struggle against ________ or a war of independence.
ColonialismSpanish EmpireBritish EmpirePortuguese Empire

Question 4: Republic of Macedonia: Macedonism, ________
Macedonia (ancient kingdom)Seleucid EmpireAlexander the GreatPtolemaic Kingdom

Question 5: ________: Venetic theory, see Slovenian nationalism
HungaryGreeceSloveniaCroatia

Question 6: Peru: Inti legend, Wiracocha legend (origin); Battle of Junín, ________ (independence)
Royalist (Spanish American Revolution)Battle of AyacuchoSouth AmericaViceroyalty of Peru

Question 7: ________: Camber (legendary king) (Brythonic)
WalesScotlandUnited KingdomEngland

Question 8: ________: Mahābhārata and Rāmāyaṇa (Sanskrit epics), Indian freedom struggle
India and the Non-Aligned MovementIndiaResearch and Analysis WingLok Sabha

Question 9: The leader might be given, for example, a mythical supernatural life history in order to make him or her seem god-like and supra-powerful (see also ________).
Project MegiddoAnti-cult movementCult of personalityAPA Task Force on Deceptive and Indirect Techniques of Persuasion and Control

Question 10: A national myth may sometimes take the form of a ________.
Georgia (country)AzerbaijanNational epicRussia
















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