How are Jesus and an egg-laying rabbit linked to the first Sunday after a full moon near Passover? There are as many roots and traditions attached to Easter as there are Peeps sold every year. Take this quiz to see how much you know about the modern and ancient history surrounding this sacred holiday -- and chocolate bunnies.
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Why is Easter considered a moveable feast?
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Which calendar do Orthodox Christians use to determine the date of their Easter celebration?
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What tasty treats do Easter and Passover have in common?
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How many days does Lent last?
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What does Maundy Thursday honor?
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What dish do Christians frequently serve for dinner on Good Friday?
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How did bunny rabbits and Easter eggs become a part of this holiday?
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Which European people brought the legend of an egg-laying hare to the United States?
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At Christmas, some children leave out milk and cookies for Santa Claus. What do some leave for the Easter Bunny?
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When were the first colored Easter eggs exchanged?
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When was the first official Easter egg roll held at the White House?
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During which holiday season is the most candy sold in the U.S.?
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What egg-shaped candy became popular in 1930s?
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Easter tradition has given birth to many famous confections. When did Just Born create Peeps?
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Why are chocolate bunnies hollow?
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What percentage of people eat chocolate bunnies' ears first?
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What popular film about Easter starred Fred Astaire and Judy Garland?
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How did the Easter parade tradition begin?
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Easter celebrations span the globe. Which country sports an annual egg fight?
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