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C-3 Quiz C-3 Quiz Student: ___________________________________________________________________________ 1. Which of the following societies began the custom of embalming to preserve the body for its life after death? A. Egypt B. Mesopotamia C. India D. China E. Persia 2. Around _______ B.C.E., peoples of the eastern Sudan started to domesticate cattle and became nomadic herders. A. 25,000 B. 18,000 C. 9000 D. 4000 E. 1500 3. The early Sudanic societies recognized a single divine force as the source of good and evil, and they associated it with A. Fire B. The ocean C. The sun D. Rain E. The moon 4. The Greek historian Herodotus used the phrase "the gift of the _______" to describe Egypt. A. Indus B. Huang He C. Nile D. Tigris E. Issus
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5. The earliest Egyptian and Nubian states were A. City states B. Small kingdoms C. Centralized empires D. Trading networks E. Unified early because of the unique nature of the Tigris 6. Egypt was united around 3100 B.C.E. by the conqueror A. Menes B. Khufu C. Sargon of Akkad D. Hatshepsut E. Hammurabi 7. The largest Egyptian pyramids were built during the A. Middle Kingdom B. Old Kingdom C. New Kingdom D. Archaic period E. Second Intermediary period 8. __________'s is the largest of all the pyramids. A. Sargon of Akkad B. Khufu C. Hyksos D. Menes E. Giza 9. The capital of the kingdom of Kush was A. Kerma B. Axum C. Memphis D. Harappa E. Harkhuf
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10. Harkhuf was A. The capital of Kush B. The most powerful pharaoh of the Old Kingdom C. An Egyptian explorer who visited Nubia D. The largest Middle Kingdom pyramid E. The first woman pharaoh 11. Pharaohs in the Middle Kingdom were A. More powerful than pharaohs of the Old Kingdom B. Descended from a line of Babylonian kings C. Set on the throne by the Roman emperor Julius Caesar D. Less powerful than pharaohs of the Old Kingdom E. Sacrificed at age thirty-two to insure a bountiful harvest 12. Around 3100 B.C.E., the conqueror Menes founded ________, a city that would serve as the capital for early Egypt. A. Heliopolis B. Kerma C. Uruk D. Memphis E. Thebes 13. The Hyksos were A. Nomads who eventually settled around the city of Babylon B. External invaders who helped bring about the end of the Egyptian Middle Kingdom C. Mesopotamian kings D. The priestly class in ancient Egypt E. Demons who punished the wicked in the Egyptian underworld 14. Horse-drawn chariots and bronze weapons were introduced into Egypt by the A. Hyksos B. Babylonians C. Kushites D. Harappans E. Qin
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15. The most vigorous of all New Kingdom pharaohs was __________, who led his troops into Palestine and Syria and who even received tribute from the Mesopotamian city-states. A. Ahmosis B. Menes C. Sargon of Akkad D. Tuthmosis III E. Hatshepsut 16. The Egyptians were the most imperialistic during the A. First Intermediary period B. Archaic period C. New Kingdom D. Old Kingdom E. Middle Kingdom 17. During the eighth century B.C.E. Egypt fell under the control of the _______ for around a century. A. Persians
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