Lecture Final - Fall, 2008

Lecture Final - Fall, 2008 - NAME _ ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST...

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NAME ________________________________________________________ ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST 1. The Coricancha, or Temple of the Sun, was built by the A.Inca B.Nazca C.Tiahuanaco D.Wari E.Chimu 2. “Great Houses”, such as Pueblo Bonito, are most characteristic of the ? Culture. A.Mogollon B.Fremont C.Chumash D.Anasazi E.Hohokam 3. Tenochtitlán was built by the A.Toltecs B.Olmecs C.Aztecs D.Zapotecs E.Maya 4. The Apache and Navajo are A.Uto-Aztecan speaking peoples B.Pueblo Indians C.Athabaskan-speaking peoples D.Yuman-speaking peoples E.Hokan-speaking peoples 5. La Venta and San Lorenzo were ? sites. A.Teotihuacán B.Olmec C.Classic Veracruz D.Zapotec E.Maya 6. Hernán Cortés and his conquistadors destroyed ? society. A.Toltec B.Olmec C.Aztec D.Zapotec E.Maya 7. Chan Chan was the largest city of the ? Culture. A.Inca B.Nazca C.Tiahuanaco D.Wari E.Chimu 8. The ? include California coastal groups; their villages of up to 1000 people were ruled by a hereditary chief. A.Mogollon B.Fremont C.Chumash D.Anasazi E.Hohokam 9. Taiga forests are characteristic of the ? Culture Area. A.Arctic B.Great Basin C.Eastern Woodlands D.Northwest Coast E.Subarctic 10. ? was a planned city built in a grid plant and laid out in quarters, with many pyramids; examples include the Pyramid of the Moon and Pyramid of the Sun. A.Teotihuacán B.San Lorenzo C.La Venta D.Monte Albán E.El Tajin 11. The ? Culture dates from approximately 200 - 800 AD; the culture is found in a series of valleys along the northern Peru Coast that were linked by an extensive road system. A.Moche B.Nazca C.Tiahuanaco D.Wari E.Chavín 12. Large rectangular monoliths, statues with human/jaguar or human/serpent motifs, ceramic "babies" with jaguar snarls, carved jade, and buried serpentine jaguar mosaics are characteristic of ? sites. A.Teotihuacán B.Olmec C.Classic Veracruz D.Zapotec E.Maya 13. The "Southern Cult" is attributed to the ? culture. A.Mississippian B.Hopewell C.Adena D.Anasazi E.Hohokam 14. ? is a 143-acre site in the Supe Valley of Peru; it has nine 3 story-high architectural monuments; seven mounds form a U-shape, with a large plaza between the mounds. A.El Paraiso B.Cerro Sechin C.Caral D.Kotosh E.Chavín de Huántar 15. The Temple of the Danzantes is found at A.Teotihuacán B.San Lorenzo C.La Venta D.Monte Albán
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E.El Tajin 16. During the Early Woodland Period in eastern North America, ? was introduced. A.pottery B.cultivation of native plants C.”mound” burials D.all of the above were introduced during the Early Woodland Period 17. Altepetl were Aztec A.clan groups B.nobles C.priests D.city states E.gods 18. The ? include the Pima, Papago (Tohono O'odham) and other tribes living in southern Arizona, Sonora, and parts of northern Mexico. A.Uto-Aztecan speaking peoples B.Pueblo Indians C.Athabaskan-speaking peoples D.Yuman-speaking peoples E.Hokan-speaking peoples 19. Cenotes are A.stepped pyramids B.ballcourts C.sacred wells D.ballgame objects E.Aztec languages 20. Yolks, palmas and hachas were
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