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A relic is an object or personal item of religious significance preserved as a tangible memorial.
Relic(s) or The Relic may also refer to:
Film and television
- The Relic (film), a 1997 horror film based on the 1995 novel (see below)
- Relics: Einstein's Brain, a 1994 documentary
- "Relics" (Star Trek: The Next Generation), an episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation
- "Relic", an episode of Smallville
- "Relic", the nickname of Stafford T. Phillips, a character in the Canadian TV series The Beachcombers
- Relic Hunter, Canadian television series (1999 to 2002) starring Tia Carrere.
- Relic Entertainment, a Canadian game development company
- Relic Online, an online gaming system
- Relic (Dungeons & Dragons), a category of magical item
- Relic, a collectible item in the video game series Crash Bandicoot
- Relic, an objective in the real-time strategy video game Age of Empires II: The Age of Kings
- Relic (novel), a 1995 novel by Douglas Preston and Lincoln Child
- Relic, a 2001 novel by Tom Egeland
- Relics (album), a 1971 album by Pink Floyd
- "The Relic", a song by Symphony X from Twilight in Olympus
- Relic (comics), an enemy of Green Lantern
- The Relic (video game), a 2011 iOS role-playing game
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