Lecture 2 - Fall 2009

Lecture 2 - Fall 2009 - ARCHEOLOGY TEST # 2 - FALL, 2009 1....

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ARCHEOLOGY TEST # 2 - FALL, 2009 1. Millet domestication occurred in A.New Guinea B.Middle East C.Mexico D.eastern United States E.China 2. The utilization of caves and rock shelters is most characteristic of ancient peoples in ? Europe. A.Western B.Eastern 3. The earliest domesticated plant in Korea was A.maize B.rice C.millet D.wheat E.barley 4. The earliest Americans were A. Homo erectus B. Homo neanderthalensis C. Homo ergaster D. Homo heidelbergensis E. Homo sapiens 5. ? was an Asiatic species; their fossils are found in Indonesia and China. A. Homo erectus B. Homo neanderthalensis C. Homo ergaster D. Homo heidelbergensis E. Homo floresiensis 6. The first Americans may have migrated A.between the ice sheets B.along coastal areas C.both of these routes have been proposed 7. The ? Culture used “lunate” microliths to cut wild cereal grains; they often built low stone walls in caves or had round houses. A.Mousterian B.Solutrean C.Kebaran D.Acheulian E.Natufian 8. ? were skilled hunters; many injuries (especially healed fractures to the upper part of the body) may indicate that they hunted large herbivores. A. Homo erectus B. Homo neanderthalensis C. Homo ergaster D. Homo heidelbergensis E. Homo floresiensis 9. The production of arrowheads (with a probable increase in warfare) and use of “kite enclosures” for hunting gazelle is characteristic of the A.Lower Paleolithic B.Middle Paleolithic C.Epipaleolithic D.Aceramic Neolithic E.Ceramic Neolithic 10. The longest-lasting tool tradition in human history was the A.Mousterian B.Solutrean C.Clovis D.Acheulian E.Kebaran 11. ? is on the Anatolian Plateau; this region has less than 10 inches of rainfall, and the site was situated on an alluvial fan. A.Çatal Hüyük B.Jericho C.Ohalo II D.Jarmo E.Ur 12. ? is believed to have had ceremonial burials with grave goods; there is evidence of cannibalism in some skeletons of this species. A. Homo erectus B. Homo neanderthalensis C. Homo ergaster D. Homo heidelbergensis E. Homo floresiensis 13. Which of the following areas has not been considered to represent a “nuclear center”? A.New Guinea B.Middle East C.Mexico D.eastern United States E.Australia 14. Native American DNA is most similar to that of people from A.Southwest Asia B.Eastern Europe
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C.Western Europe D.Australia E.Siberia 15. Evidence from mitochondrial DNA suggests that the ? Hypothesis is probably correct. A.Multi-Regional B.Out of Africa 16. The Ainu peoples are from A.China B.Vietnam C.Thailand D.Japan E.Korea 17. The hypotheses for paleoindian migration is based upon A.tooth morphology B.DNA C.language D.blood proteins E.all of these have produced data concerning paleoindian migration 18. “Punch-struck" blades are characteristic of the A.Lower Paleolithic B.Middle Paleolithic C.Upper Paleolithic D.Mesolithic E.Neolithic 19. The Yangzi River Valley was the site of early ? domestication. A.maize B.rice C.millet D.wheat E.barley 20. The skulls of ? had some neanderthal-like features; the skull was long with a retreating forehead behind
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