The Microsoft Bing quiz Question is: Where did the idea of dyeing eggs for Easter originate?
Options given are:
- A Poland
- B Mesopotamia
- C The Paas boardroom
The correct answer for this quiz is Mesopotamia.
REASON FOR THIS ANSWER IS BELOW:
The early Christians of Mesopotamia began the custom of dyeing Easter eggs. Originally, Christians dyed eggs red to represent the blood of Jesus Christ that was shed on the cross. Over time, this tradition spread throughout eastern Orthodox churches and eventually made its way to Catholic and Protestant churches in Europe.Easter Eggs: What Is the History Behind This Tradition? | Chase Oaks