Lecture 4 - Fall, 2008

Lecture 4 - Fall, 2008 - ARCHEOLOGY TEST # 4 - FALL, 2008...

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ARCHEOLOGY TEST # 4 - FALL, 2008 1. The ? were a feudal society; the King was supreme ruler and was surrounded by a large noble class. A.Hittites B.Sumerians C.Babylonians D.Assyrians E.Philistines 2. The ? Civilization was a well-planned "urban" culture, consisting of city-states; town planning and city services were the best developed systems in the ancient world prior to the rise of the Roman Empire. A.Lungshan B.Erh-Li-T’ou C.Harappan D.Shang E.Zhou 3. The ? are famous for their "cult of the dead"; they built rich necropolises. A.Etruscans B.Minoans C.Mycenaeans D.Phoenecians E.Philistines 4. During the Uruk Period, ? settlements began to disappear. A.small B.large 5. The ? culture is characterized by "spiral-meander"-design pottery. A.Hallstatt B.Battle Ax C.Beaker D.Bandkeramik E.Halaf 6. Scapulimancy is characteristic of ancient ? cultures. A.South Asian B.Mediterranean C.Anatolian D.Levantine E.Chinese 7. Bronze is an alloy of tin and A.silver B.gold C.iron D.aluminum E.copper 8. A ziggurat is a A.menhir B.trilithon C.pyramid D.palace E.chamber tomb 9. The great Chinese mortuary complex, where the emperor was buried with numerous life-size porcelain statues, was constructed during the ? Dynasty. A.Lungshan B.Shang C.Erh-Li-T’ou D.Ch’in E.Zhou 10. A “barrow” represents a A.ancient settlement pattern B.ceramic type C.religious symbol D.chambered tomb E.ancient ruler 11. The ? Culture was characterized by the development of “princely centers”; there were hilltop enclosures, below which were massive circular burial mounds with richly-furnished graves. A.Hallstatt B.Battle Ax C.Beaker D.Bandkeramik E.Halaf 12. The ? Dynasty represents a feudal system with extensive warfare and intensified agriculture; the number of feudal territories declined during the Warring States Period. A.Lungshan B.Shang C.Erh-Li-T’ou D.Ch’in E.Zhou 13. The Philistines and Israelites were ? peoples. A.Neolithic B.Chalcolithic C.Bronze Age D.Iron Age 14. The ? Civilization covered a larger area than any other contemporary culture. A.Lungshan B.Erh-Li-T’ou C.Harappan D.Shang E.Zhou 15. During the ? Period, there were small Mesopotamian settlements of 20 to 150 people that lived within circular buildings; their high-quality painted pottery was traded up to 1000 kilometers. A.Uruk
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B.Sumerian C.Halaf D.‘Ubaid E.Akkadian 16. Confucianism, Taoism, Mohism and Legalism were formulated during the ? Dynasty. A.Lungshan B.Shang C.Erh-Li-T’ou D.Ch’in E.Zhou 17. Hattusha was the capital of the A.Hittites B.Sumerians C.Babylonians D.Assyrians E.Philistines 18. The ? probably originated from “Sea Peoples” that migrated into the Levant. A.Hittites B.Israelites C.Babylonians D.Assyrians E.Philistines 19. ? was a Neolithic Site in Pakistan; it had simple, multi-roomed mudbrick buildings. A.Harappa B.Mohenjo-daro C.Ganwariwala D.Mehgarh E.Anyang 20. The “Mafia Model” has been especially proposed for ?-age societies of Europe. A.Neolithic B.Chalcolithic C.Bronze
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