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Art of ancient Africa 13 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. The Yoruba people of southwestern Nigeria have traditionally regarded the city of __________ as the “navel of the world.” A. Ife B. Blombos C. Tassili-n-Ajjer D. Edo Page reference: 421 2. The language of __________ evolved from centuries of contact between Arabic-speaking merchants and Bantu-speaking Africans. A. Songhay B. Nubian C. Swahili D. Sudanese Page reference: 422 3. The term __________ mea ns “early” or “first of its kind.” A. Archaic B. Primitive C. Prehistory D. Primavera Page reference: 424 4. The broad band of grassland that stretches across Africa south of the Sahara Desert is called the __________. A. Sudan. B. Adobe. C. Congo. D. Nile basin. Page reference: 425 5. Some of the earliest evidence of iron technology in sub-Saharan Africa comes from the __________ culture. A. Nigerian B. Nok C. Niger D. Zimbabwean Page reference: 425
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ARTS 1303 taught by Professor Cherry during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.

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