practicemidterm1 - ISS 310-section 2 Mid-term I Spring 2010...

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ISS 310—section 2 Mid-term I Spring 2010 Midterm I You have one hour and 50 minutes to complete 70 questions. They are all multiple- choice questions and each question has one and only one correct answer. Please make sure that you answer each and every question. 1. In Chinese private gardens, the pine signifies ___. A. longevity B. good timber C. submission D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 2. In general , Chinese poetry, landscape and paintings prefer _____. A. to be unclear B. precise meaning C. antagonist D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 3. Select the term which best describes Chinese design, A. formal B. informal C. None of the above D. Both A and B 4. According to lecture, the Lascaux cave painting may be ___. A. the first landscape art B. an eye-catcher C. a sky chart D. E. None of the above 5. In lecture, your professor presented the Dalian world Peace Park. Select the term which best represents the concept for the park. A. a presentation of religious views B. a presentation of Feng Shui C. a representation of the earth D. None of the above E. A, B, and C
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6. Select the statement that is true concerning Stonehenge. A. a mimi-lith B. first composed of a woodhenge C. the only Iron Age site in Western Europe D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 7. As a sign of respect to Ayers Rock in Australia, one should ___. A. boil hot water and drink it facing east B. wear a green hat C. not climb on the rock D. both A and C E. None of the above 8. Recent research suggests the Egyptian culture was _____. A. African in origin B. an off-shoot of Sumerian culture C. never fully developed until the Greeks conquered it D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 9. According to lecture, a “Tumulus” is ____. A a grave site with earth and stones B. a special soup from Persia C. a special style of cave painting in Malta D. None of the above 10. New Grange is a large tomb site built around 3,300 BC in ___. A. the Isle of Mammals B. Portugal C. Brittany, France D . None of the above 11. Ziggaruts are affiliated with ___. A. Greeks B. Cambodians C. Sumerians D. None of the above 12. This culture is responsible for the Forest of Sargon. A. Hittites B. Lydians C. Assyrians D. Persians E. None of the above
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13. According to lecture, for the Egyptians, the Nile was possibly the earth’s representation of ____. A. East Africa B. glacial melt-water C. the Milky Way D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 14. According to Herodotus, Egyptian culture ___. A. greatly influence the Greeks B. was greatly influenced by the Greeks and Sumerians C. never amounted to very much D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 15. This device was used for irrigation in Egypt. A.
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