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CLAR 263: Hellenistic Art & Archaeology Test exam questions
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This image shows: 1.A street in the city of Priene which had a rigid orthogonal grid plan, so that streets often had steep declines and included stairs 2.A street in the city of Priene whose street grid plan followed the topography of the hill; these stairs were exceptional and led to an important building 3.A street in the city of Pergamon whose royal patrons established a rigid orthogonal grid, so that streets often had steep declines and included stairs.
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Evidence of street Hypothetical street Hypothetical path This image shows 1.The reconstruction of Pergamon’s street plan after research in the 19 th c: it is rigidly orthogonal, ignoring the topography 2.The reconstruction of Pergamon’s street plan after recent research: it is partially adapted to the topography of the steep hill 3.The reconstruction of Priene’s street plan after recent research: it is partially adapted to the topography of the steep hill
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This image shows 1.The results of geophysical examination in Pergamon’s harbor city 2.The results of an archaeological survey in Pergamon’s harbor city 3.The results of excavation in Pergamon’s city center
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Archaeological field methods include 1. Excavation (invasive), geophysics (invasive), and survey (non-invasive) 2. Excavation (invasive), aerial photography (non-invasive), and survey (invasive) 3. Excavation (invasive), geophysics (non-invasive), and survey (non- invasive )
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This image shows: 1.The 19 th century plan of Alexandria, made by Mahmoud Bey, including all remains still visible at this period 2.An optimistic reconstruction of Alexandria’s plan, based on Strabo’s description and Mahmoud Bey’s 19 th c plan 3.A cautious modern reconstruction of Alexandria’s plan, based solely on archaeological remains found from 19 th c BC until today
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This image shows: 1.The 19 th century plan of Alexandria, made by Mahmoud Bey, including all remains still visible at this period 2.An optimistic reconstruction of Alexandria’s plan, based on Strabo’s description and Mahmoud Bey’s 19 th c plan 3.A cautious modern reconstruction of Alexandria’s plan, based solely on archaeological remains found from 19 th c BC until today
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Underwater excavation in Alexandria’s harbor revealed 1. The safely identified remains of Cleopatra’s palace 2. The safely identified foundations of the Pharos 3. About 2500 finds from the Pharaonic and Ptolemaic periods that seem to have been mostly dumped into the harbor (at an unknown period)
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Underwater excavation in Alexandria’s harbor revealed 1. The safely identified remains of Cleopatra’s palace 2. The safely identified foundations of the Pharos 3. About 2500 finds from the Pharaonic and Ptolemaic periods that seem to have been mostly dumped into the harbor (at an unknown period)
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Underwater excavation in Alexandria were performed by 1. Polish archaeologists 2. 2 French teams, one led by a professional archaeologist, the other led by a passionate amateur archaeologist 3. German archaeologists
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