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Swastika: Quiz


Question 1: In the Indosphere (South Asia, ________), the swastika remains ubiquitous as a symbol of wealth and good fortune.
Southeast AsiaMalaysiaGreater IndiaMajapahit

Question 2: Thus, they saw fit to co-opt the sign as a symbol of the Aryan ________.
The HolocaustMaster raceWhite supremacyRacism

Question 3: In Greco-Roman art and architecture, and in Romanesque and ________ in the West, isolated swastikas are relatively rare, and the swastika is more commonly found as a repeated element in a border or tessellation.
International GothicWestern paintingGothic artMedieval art

Question 4: The ________ claims the "fylfot" as a "holy symbol of Odinism," citing the pre-Christian Germanic use of the symbol.
Germanic NeopaganismWhite Horse StoneOdinic RiteNeo-Nazism

Question 5: The red swastika was suggested as an emblem of International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement in ________ and Sri Lanka, but the idea was not implemented.
Lok SabhaResearch and Analysis WingIndia and the Non-Aligned MovementIndia

Question 6: [18] Today the symbol is used in Buddhist art and scripture and represents ________, universal harmony, and the balance of opposites.

Question 7: The USAAC became the ________ in 1947.
Civil Air PatrolAir Force Reserve CommandAir National GuardUnited States Air Force

Question 8: The swastika (in either orientation) appears on the chest of some statues of ________ and is often incised on the soles of the feet of the Buddha in statuary.
Ashoka the GreatBuddhism and HinduismBuddhismGautama Buddha

Question 9: The Cross of Liberty is depicted in the upper left corner of the standard of the ________.
President of AustriaPresident of FrancePresident of GermanyPresident of Finland

Question 10: Sagan suggests that in antiquity a ________ could have approached so close to Earth that the jets of gas streaming from it, bent by the comet's rotation, became visible, leading to the adoption of the swastika as a symbol across the world.
Centaur (minor planet)SunCometSolar System

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