Lecture Final - Fall, 2009

Lecture Final - Fall, 2009 - ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST - FALL,...

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ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST - FALL, 2009 1. ? gives its name to a religious tradition found over much of Andean South America from about 1900 to 1000 BC; it is characterized by the presence of ritual fire pits placed in temple chambers. A.Kotosh B.El Paraiso C.Cerro Sechin D.Caral E.Chavín de Huántar 2. The mita was a labor system used by the ?; conquered peoples also paid heavy tribute to the kings. A.Nazca B.Inca C.Moche D.Wari E.Chimu 3. ? was one of the “Great Houses” in Chaco Canyon. A.Snaketown B.Mesa Verde C.Pueblo Bonito D.Casas Grandes E.Zuñi Pueblo 4. The taiga is the characteristic vegetation type in the ? Culture Area. A.Southwest B.Pacific Northwest Coast C.Subarctic D.Arctic E.Southern California Coast 5. San Lorenzo and La Venta are major ? sites. A.Teotihuacán B.Monte Albán C.Classic Veracruz D.Maya E.Olmec 6. The “Mayan Decline” began in the ? Mayan region. A.southern B.northern C.both areas “collapsed” at the same time 7. As many as 2,000 to 3,000 people may have lived around the site of ?. Priest-rulers lived on wide terraces surrounding a U-shaped ceremonial complex at this site. A.Kotosh B.El Paraiso C.Cerro Sechin D.Caral E.Chavín de Huántar 8. ? was an “Urban Elite Center” of the Chimu. A.Sípan B.El Paraiso C.Cerro Sechin D.Caral E.Chan Chan 9. The ? Culture was ancestral to the Natchez, Creek, Chickasaw, Chocktaw, and Cherokee. A.Hopewell B.Mississippian C.Adena D.Anasazi E.Mogollon 10. The city of ? had deposits of obsidian nearby. This obsidian was shaped into ritual artifacts and ornaments within workshops associated with “apartment compounds” or “barrios” characteristic of this city. A.Teotihuacán B.Monte Albán C. La Venta D.Tenochtitlán E.Chichén Itzá 11. Chichén Itzá has features common to the Mayan and ? Cultures. A.Toltec B.Monte Albán C.Classic Veracruz D.Aztec E.Olmec 12. Early Woodland Cultures are characterized by the A.manufacture of pottery B.cultivation of native plants C.presence of funerary mounds D.all of these features are characteristic of Early Woodland Cultures 13. Early ? sites were situated around Lake Titicaca. Their ceremonial center there is situated at an altitude of 14,000 feet. A.Nazca B.Tiahuanaco C.Moche D.Wari E.Chimu 14. The ? settlements were abandoned after about AD 1400; they may have abandoned the settlements due to
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intense flooding, silting of canals and salinization of their fields. A.Chaco B.Mississippian C.Hohokam D.Mesa Verde E.Mogollon 15. The area around ? probably had a population of about 17,000 people by 200 BC; this site consists of a central plaza surrounded by stone-faced buildings with stuccoed and painted exteriors and royal subterranean tombs. A.Teotihuacán B.Monte Albán C. La Venta D.Tenochtitlán E.Chichén Itzá 16. In ? it was believed that the present world was just one in a succession of creations and destructions by the gods. It was believed to prevent human extinction, blood sacrifice was required. A.Eurasia B.India C.North America
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