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  1. Ayo
    Ayo at |

    If you really did write about famous symbols, how come the cross and the crescent moon and star (associated with Christianity and Islam) respectively did not make the list?

    These symbols are more famous and better known than many of the symbols you listed. For example, the cross is a much more popular symbol among Christian believers and non-believers than the Jesus fish.

    Both symbols can be found on millions of buildings all over the world.

    I think the author needs to review the article.

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    1. Julian
      Julian at |

      Good thing the author didn’t call the article “10 Most Famous Symbols (And What They Really Mean)” because then you might have been right.

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      1. Ayo
        Ayo at |

        This site is about top ten things about other things right?

        If it is, then I can assume that every article is written to reflect that fact.

        This article doesn’t.

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        1. Julian
          Julian at |

          What does “top ten things about other things” mean? Are you referring to the idea that this site is about stating facts regarding 10 various things that all related to a subject?

          Because if you do, then you are right. And this article here is about stating the facts regarding 10 famous symbols. It’s not solely about famous religious symbols, or famous political symbols, or famous tech symbols, but famous symbols in general.

          You are right to say that the cross symbol is more famous than the fish when it comes to Christianity, but the fish is famous too and this article is not about the “most famous” symbol of any kind, be it religious or not. It’s just famous and easily falls into this category of “10 Famous Symbols”

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