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Unit 1 Test Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. The largest Egyptian pyramids were built during the A. Middle Kingdom B. Old Kingdom C. New Kingdom D. Archaic period E. Second Intermediary period 2. Horse-drawn chariots and bronze weapons were introduced into Egypt by the A. Hyksos B. Babylonians C. Kushites D. Harappans E. Qin 3. The staple food of Mesoamerica was A. Squash B. Beans C. Fish D. Maize E. Potato 4. Most of our information about the early Aryans comes from the A. Upanishads B. Vedas C. Dasas D. d. Rajas E. e. Book of Songs 5. The most important political center of the Mayan realm at its height was A. Kaminaljuyu B. Teotihuacan C. Tikal D. Chavin E. San Lorenzo
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6. Instead of the potentially misleading term agricultural revolution , many anthropologists prefer the term A. Agricultural bonding B. Agricultural leap C. Agricultural infrastructure D. Agricultural explosion E. Agricultural transition 7. The earliest known urban society in India was the A. Bantu B. Indo-European C. Harappan D. Sumerian E. Hindu 8. The term Olmec means A. The "lords." B. The "masters of the middle earth." C. The "rubber people." D. The "wanderers." E. The "noble people." 9. The Huang He River was given the nickname A. China's Sorrow B. Mandate of Heaven C. China's Father D. Yellow Terror E. Old Man 10. The Chinese copied their chariots from the A. Egyptians B. Harappan Indians C. Japanese D. Koreans E. The Indo-Europeans
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11. The ultimate source of wealth in any agricultural society is A. Gold B. Copper C. Land D. Control over the protective deities E. The accumulation of weapons 12. The term prehistory refers to the period before A. Writing B. The first hominid C. The appearance of homo sapiens D. 1000 B.C.E E. The work of the Greek historian Herodotus 13. The Popol Vuh was A. The most important of the Mayan gods B. The largest Olmec ceremonial center C. The Mayan story of creation D. The greatest Austronesian epic E. The Olmec law code 14. Which statement about Harappan society is false? A. Most of their houses featured private showers and toilets B. They traded extensively with the Mesopotamians C. They had social distinctions D. Their writings have provided a wealth of information for historians E. They produced representational art 15. In the mid-seventh century B.C.E. Egypt lost its independence and became a part of A. The Assyrian empire B. The Arabic empire C. The Persian empire D. The Roman empire E. The Harappan empire
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16. The earliest metal worked systematically by humans was A. Copper B. Tin C. Bronze D. Iron E. Steel 17. One of the reasons for the eventual collapse of the Zhou dynasty was the inability of its emperors to control the production of A. Bronze B. Iron C. Tin D. Copper E. Steel 18. The mandate of heaven A. Gave the Chinese emperors unlimited power B. Created the notion of the Chinese emperors as gods C. Positioned China as a theocracy ruled by priests D. Allowed the ruler to serve as a link between the heavens and the earth
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