LectureFinalFall2010 - ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST 2010 1 The...

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ARCHEOLOGY FINAL TEST – 2010 1. The ? Small Tool Tradition consists of microblades used as end or side barbs in antler or bone arrows or spearheads. A.Eastern Woodlands B.Pacific Northwest C.Arctic D.southern California Coast E.Subarctic 2. The ? Culture had huge earthen pyramids up to 100 feet high or more for religious and burial purposes. A.Teotihuacan B.Veracruz C.Zapotec D.Olmec E.Aztec 3. Dorset peoples primarily hunted A.seals B.caribou 4. The ? had Mexican-style ballcourts and platform mounds. A.Hohokam B.Mississippian Cultures C.Hopewell D.Anasazi E.Adena 5. The site of Cahokia is attributed to the ? Culture. A.Adena B.Hopewell C.Mogollon D.Poverty Point E.Mississippian 6. The ? culture lived along the southern Peru Coast; they constructed aqueducts to carry groundwater into reservoirs and irrigation canals and probably worshipped rain and the mountains from which streams flowed. A.Moche B.Nazca C.Chavín D.Chimu E.Tiahuanaco 7. The Apache and Navajo are ? peoples. A.Pueblo B.Uto-Aztecan speaking C.Yuman-speaking D.Athabaskan-speaking 8. Yolks, palmas and hachas are A.Aztec merchants B.death motifs C.ballgame objects D.Teotihuacan “barrios” E.basalt stone heads depicting men with football player-like helmets 9. Which of the following is a “Paleoeskimo” Culture? A.Thule B.Inuit C.Dorset D.all of the above are “Paleoeskimo” cultures 10. ? peoples lived in rancherias . A.Pueblo B.Uto-Aztecan speaking C.Yuman-speaking D.Athabaskan- speaking 11. Ceramic "babies" with jaguar snarls and buried serpentine jaguar mosaics are characteristic of the ? Culture. A.Teotihuacan B.Veracruz C.Zapotec D.Olmec E.Aztec 12. The ? were probably ancestors of the modern Pima and Papago. A.Hohokam B.Mississippian Cultures C.Hopewell D.Mogollon E.Anasazi 13. The Hopewell Culture is ? than the Adena Culture. A.older B.younger 14. The ? is a hilltop site above the Valley of Oaxaca. A.Palenque B.Tenochtitlán C.Monte Albán D.Tula E.Teotihuacan
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15. Dorset peoples ? dog sleds, bows and arrows, sophisticated whale hunting gear, and stone drills for making bone and antler tools. A.had B.did not have 16. A quipu is a A.record-keeping device B.food storage facility C.labor tax D.irrigation device E.temple 17. The first Mesoamerican hieroglyphs and calendars were formulated by the ? Culture. A.Teotihuacan B.Veracruz C.Zapotec D.Olmec E.Aztec 18. The Fremont Culture consisted of A.hunter-gatherers B.agriculturalists 19. Squash, maize and beans were especially utilized in the A.Subarctic B.Pacific Northwest C.Plains D.southern California Coast E.Southwest 20. A cenote is a A.sacrificial altar B.Maya city-state C.sinkhole D.Feathered Serpent motif E.Aztec army 21. The ? cultures had villages of up to 1000 people ruled by a hereditary chief; these became highly stratified societies with elites assuming great power. A.Southern California Coast B.Subarctic C.Plains D.Great Basin E.Southwest 22. "Mimbres" ceramics were made by the A.Hohokam B.Mississippian Cultures
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