Lecture 3 - Fall 2009

Lecture 3 - Fall 2009 - ARCHEOLOGY LECTURE # 3 - FALL, 2009...

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ARCHEOLOGY LECTURE # 3 - FALL, 2009 1. During the Egyptian Predynastic Period, there ? evidence of differences in social status. A.is B.is no 2. Kerma was in A.Egypt B.Nubia C.Sudan D.Palestine E.Libya 3. The Maori lived on A.Rapa Nui B.Hawaii C.New Zealand D.New Guinea E.Nan Madol 4. The Chinchorro Culture was from A.North America B.Central America C.South America D.Eurasia E.Australia 5. In ?, religion was based on the worship of totemic ancestors; there are rock carvings and paintings that date to 20 or 30 thousand years old. A.South America B.Holocene Europe C.Africa D.Oceania E.Australia 6. The city of Thebes first achieved dominance, and the cults of Amun-Re and Osiris became important, during the A.Predynastic Period B.Early Dynastic Period C.Old Kingdom D.Middle Kingdom E.New Kingdom 7. There are ? paleoindian artifact types in the western United States than in the Eastern United States. A.fewer B.more 8. The ? Cultural Area has a Mediterranean Climate; there are abundant marine and land resources that supported large population densities. A.Pacific Northwest B.Plains C.Southwest D.Southern California E.Eastern North American 9. The Hyksos probably originated in A.Egypt B.Nubia C.Sudan D.Palestine E.Libya 10. By 4,000 BC the farmers of ? drained swamps for taro cultivation; they also grew yams, bananas and sugarcane; pigs were introduced by approximately 1000 BC. A.Rapa Nui B.Hawaii C.New Zealand D.New Guinea E.Nan Madol 11. One of the major sites of the ? Culture has 6 huge semicircular earth ridges, upon which houses were constructed; this site has variously been interpreted as a mortuary cult center or an “observatory” for astronomical observations. A. Plains Planó B.Poverty Point C.Desert D.Chinchorro E.Folsom 12. The “Sea Peoples” first invaded Egypt during the reign of A.Ahmose I B.Akhenaten C.Thutmose III D.Rameses III E.Rameses II 13. Pearl millet, sorghum and yams are characteristic ? crops. A.North American B.South American C.Australian D.Eurasian E.African 14. The Archaic Period was ? the Paleoindian Period. A.before B.after C.this refers to the same period 15. Hawaiian religion, including the introduction of the war god Ku, was greatly affected by cultural elements from A.Rapa Nui B.Tahiti C.New Zealand D.New Guinea E.Nan Madol
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16. Narmer was pharoah during the A.Predynastic Period B.Early Dynastic Period C.Old Kingdom D.Middle Kingdom E.New Kingdom 17. The ? Culture is from the Late Archaic of the Lower Mississippi River Valley and Gulf Coast region of Louisiana; there are over 100 sites that form 10 regional discrete population clusters, each grouped around a regional center. A. Plains Planó B.Poverty Point C.Desert D.Chinchorro E.Folsom 18. Agave, sotol, yucca, cholla, wild onions and wild potatoes were gathered, and animals such as mule deer and pronghorn were hunted in the ? Cultural Area. A.Pacific Northwest B.Plains C.Southwest D.Southern California Coast E.Eastern North American 19. Tutankhamun lived during the
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