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Question 1: In ________, a shrine is a place where a god or goddess is worshipped.
BuddhismHinduismIndian religionsAyyavazhi

Question 2: Shrine of Remembrance, a war memorial in ________, Australia.
Perth, Western AustraliaSydneyBrisbaneMelbourne

Question 3: Side altars were specifically dedicated to The Virgin Mary, ________ as well as other saints.
Herod the GreatSaint JosephJesusBiblical Magi

Question 4: As in ________, household worship is usually centered around them.
Witch-cult hypothesisWiccaningWiccaTriple Goddess (Neopaganism)

Question 5: Monks, nuns and laypeople all give offerings to these revered figures at these shrines and also ________ in front of them.
MeditationSoulBuddhismReligion

Question 6: [2] A shrine at which votive offerings are made is called an ________.
Gospel (liturgy)AltarBishopAltar cloth

Question 7: In the neopagan religion of Wicca, a shrine is a place where the ________ and the Triple Goddess are worshipped.
Robert Cochrane (witch)Cochrane's CraftHorned GodWitch-cult hypothesis

Question 8: [5] This shrine is usually a small structure or a setup of pictures and figurines dedicated to a deity that is part of the official religion, to ancestors or to a localised ________.
FolkloreAnglo-Saxon paganismFairyHousehold deity

Question 9: Shrine of Remembrance, a war memorial in ________, Victoria, Australia
MelbourneMelbourne City CentreDarwin, Northern TerritorySydney

Question 10: However, they are more commonly referred to with the term "________." In other Pagan religions, shrines may be dedicated to one or many different Gods and Goddesses.
Gospel (liturgy)AltarAltar clothBishop
















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