Black Psy Fall 2017 quiz 1.doc

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Black Psychology Quiz 1 Fall 17 1. The most ancient name used by the indigenous black-skinned people to refer to their homeland (now called Africa) was: (a) the Jungle. (b) the Congo. (c) Alkebu-lan (d) Atlantis. 2. The continent of Africa is: 3. The Nile River in Africa is: 4. Chapter 1 indicates that the indigenous African name for the language that the Greeks called "hieroglyphics" is: 5. Two great rulers of the great 18th Dynasty of ancient KMT were: (a) Menes & Khufu. (b) Ramses II & Seti III. (c) Thutmose II & Hatshepsut. (d) Imhotep & Potolemy. 6. How many Golden Periods are associated with ancient Kmt (Kemetic) history?
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