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Quiz C-4 Quiz C-4 Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. The chief god of the early Aryans was A. Enlil B. A mother goddess C. Varuna D. Indra E. Manu 2. Archaeologists have proven that two hundred thousand years ago in India A. The Aryan migration took place B. Paleolithic communities existed C. A war was fought between the Dravidians and the Mesopotamians D. A prosperous Neolithic community existed E. An active trading network existed with the Chinese 3. The earliest known urban society in India was the A. Bantu B. Indo-European C. Harappan D. Sumerian E. Hindu 4. Much of early Harappan history remains a mystery because A. The archaeological remains are under water B. They lacked a written language C. Their records were destroyed by a Mesopotamian invasion D. The Aryans undertook a systematic destruction of Harappan written records E. None of these are correct.
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5. If the Greek historian Herodotus had known of the Harappan society, he might have used the phrase "the gift of the __________" to describe it. A. Nile B. Tigris C. Indus D. Yangtze E. Eurphrates 6. Chickens were first domesticated in A. China B. Mesopotamia C. Greece D. Egypt E. India 7. Mohenjo-daro was A. The mother goddess of the earliest Indian society B. An important early thinker in the rise of Hinduism C. One of the two main cities of the Harappan society D. A collection of early Indian religious texts E. The combination of two Indian sun gods 8. Based on archaeological evidence from early Indian history, historians believe that A. Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro served as economic and political centers B. The Harappan world was one of constant civil war C. The Chinese were a constant influence D. There was little true culture in India before the arrival of the Indo-Europeans E. Early Indian cities remained small and unsophisticated by comparison to other ancient cities 9. At its height, the population of Mohenjo-daro reached A. 10,000 B. 20,000 C. 40,000 D. 75,000 E. 100,000
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10. Evidence relating to trade indicates that Harappan India A. Was isolated and did not trade B. Traded exclusively with China C. Traded exclusively with Egypt D. Imported substantially more than they exported E. Traded with Mesopotamia and Egypt 11. 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 12. Harappan religion A. Focused on the worship of the sun B. Was strongly monotheistic C. Reflected a strong concern for fertility D. Focused on the worship of the moon E. Is the same as Hinduism 13. Some scholars believe that, after the collapse of the Harappan society, Harappan deities A. Disappeared completely B. Quickly became the only gods of the Indo-Europeans C. Survived and found a place in the Hindu pantheon D. Survived in Southeast Asia after the Harappan migration
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This note was uploaded on 09/04/2011 for the course WLD 101 taught by Professor N/a during the Spring '11 term at Ohlone.

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