a Clovis the First who established the capital at Paris was the most important

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a) Clovis the First, who established the capital at Paris, was the most important of this firstdynasty of French kings.Answer: MEROVINGIAN dynastyb) It is said that this family of kings "learned nothing and forgot nothing." Thus,now the word is used to indicate anyone who fails to learn by experience and hasoften been applied to the Democrats by the Republicans. Charles the Tenth was the last king of this house.Answer: House of BOURBON c) The only member of the House of Orleans (or-lay-AUH) to rule France, he was its first elected king.Answer: LOUIS-PHILLIPE BONUS 16Identify the anthropologists from clues on a 15-5 basis.a) 15: Some of his works include Race and Democratic Society and Anthropology and Modern Life .5: The first professor of anthropology at Columbia University in 1899, he had many famous students, including Ruth Benedict.Answer: Franz BOAS (BOW-oss)b) 15: Some of his works include Folklore in the Old Testament and Totemism .5: He is best remembered for his work The Golden Bough
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Answer: Sir James George FRAZER BONUS 17Name these Shakespearean characters with the same names after a description of one for 15 points or after both descriptions for 5.a) 15: The young king of Navarre who takes an oath with three friends in Love'sLabour's Lost .5: The son of Alonso, king of Naples, in The Tempest . He falls in love withMiranda.Answer: FERDINAND a) 15: The brother of the virtuous Isabella in Measure for Measure , he is thecentral character in the play.5: In Much Ado About Nothing , he is the young hero who falls in love with Hero.Answer: CLAUDIO BONUS 18Identify the artist from works, 30-20-10.30: "At the Piano," "Wapping," "Coast of Brittany: Alone With the Tide"20: His nocturnes include, "Old Battersea Bridge: Nocturne - Blue and Gold" and"Battersea Bridge"10: "Arrangement in Grey and Black, Number 10"Answer: James (Abbott) McNeill WHISTLER BONUS 19Identify the astronomers from clues for the stated number of points.5: He discovered Uranus and its first two moons, Titania and Oberon.Answer: Sir William HERSCHEL 10: To help focus debate, this UC Santa Cruz astronomer developed an equation for the number of advanced civilizations in the Galaxy as a product of terms which could be scientifically estimated.Answer: Frank D. DRAKE
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15: Her studies of of Cepheid (SEF-ee-id) variable stars led her to discover the relation between their period and their luminosity, very important as a tool for measuring distances.Answer: Henrietta Swan LEAVITT BONUS 20Answer the following questions about ancient India FTP each.a) This empire and line of kings ruled India from 320 to 480 AD. They succeeded inuniting North India and conquering much of the south. Answer: the GUPTA sb) This man founded the Gupta line of kings and shared his name with the founder ofthe Mauryan Empire.Answer: CHANDRAGUPTA the FIRST Do not accept: Chandragupta the GreatDo not accept: Chandragupta Mauryac) This man ruled 650 years before the time of the Guptas and is best known forextending the Mauryan Empire to its furthest limits as well as spreading Buddhistteachings throughout the empire.
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