Question 5 1 1 pts the benin commemorative head from

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Question 5 1 / 1 pts The Benin commemorative head from Nigeria was originally connected to a life size wooden body covered in drapery and installed in the town square; in this way, the statue served as a surrogate for the living king--he is ever present Yes, she does argue this in her lecture on this work This is false--the head served as a centerpiece for a shrine dedicated to the deceased ruler; it was a sign of royal power
Question 6 1 / 1 pts As explained in the lectures for this module, Bruegel's painting, Hunters in the Snow, can be understood as a world view landscape that reflects the history of the Netherlands and the tense political situation associated with the Netherlandish civil war of separation from the Spanish crown
Incorrect Question 7 0 / 1 pts According to the required reading for this module, ancient Mexicans believed the human race emerged from a hole in the ground and that the pyramid called the Temple of the Sun marks the spot

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