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Unformatted text preview: e fact that the art of the cultural period that followed the Upper Paleolithic also seems to reflect how people got their food. But in that period, when getting food no longer depended on hunting large game animals (because they were becoming extinct), the art ceased to focus on portrayals of animals. 9 在 According to paragraph 4, scholars believe that wild cattle, horses, and mammoths are the animals most frequently portrayed in cave paintings for all of the following reasons EXCEPT: ○These animals were difficult to hunt because their unpredictable behavior. ○People preferred these animals for their meat and for their skins. ○The painters admired the beauty of these large animals. ○People feared these animals because of their size and speed. 10在According to paragraph 4, which of the following may best represent the attitude of hunters toward deer and reindeer in the Upper Paleolithic period? ○Hunters did not fear deer and reindeers as much as they did large game animals such as horses and mammoths. 162 Mail@liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在 www.liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在在在在在在在在在在,在在在在在在在在在在 ○Hunters were not interested in hunting deer and reindeer because of their size and speed. ○Hunters preferred the meat and hides of deer and reindeer to those of other animals. ○Hunters avoided deer and reindeer because of their natural weapons, such as horns. 11在According to paragraph 4, what change is evident in the art of the period following the Upper Paleolithic? ○This new art starts to depict small animals rather than large ones. ○This new art ceases to reflect the ways in which people obtained their food. ○This new art no longer consists mostly of representations of animals. ○This new art begins to show the importance of hunting to the economy. Paragraph 5 在 Upper Paleolithic art was not confined to cave paintings. Many shafts of spears and similar objects were decorated with figures of animals. The anthropologist Alexander Marshack has an interesting interpretation of some of the engravings made during the Upper Paleolithic. He believes that as far back as 30.000 B.C., hunters may have used a system of notation, engraved on bone and stone, to mark phases of the Moon. If this is true, it would mean that Upper Paleolithic people were capable of complex thought and were consciously aware of their environment. In addition to other artworks, figurines representing the human female in exaggerated form have also been found at Upper Paleolithic sites. It has been suggested that these figurines were an ideal type or an expression of a desire for fertility. 12在According to paragraph 5, which of the following has been used as evidence to suggest that Upper Paleolithic people were capable of complex thought and conscious awareness of their environment? ○They engraved animal figures on the shafts of spears and other objects. ○They may have used engraved signs to record the phases of the Moon. ○Their figurines represented the human female in exaggerated form. ○They may have used figurines to portray an ideal type or to express a desire for fertility. Paragraph 3 在 The subje...
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