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True False 6 The most pronounced dimension of residential differentiation in modern cities 4 The major north-south axis used to divide ancient Roman cities into four equal quadrants 2 Narrow passageways found in bastides 14 A set of laws specifying the basic layout of Spanish colonia15 The focal point of medieval cities 7 Urban development and/or urban land-uses located continuously tells build-up area) 17 City-state in Ancient Greece 10 The urban space located at the intersection of the cardo a16 A European confederation of maritime cities and merchcommercial/trade interests, privileges, and connections 19 An accumulation of successive settlements 1Acropolis 希腊雅典的卫城 2AndroynesIndividual houses were separated from each other by androynes3Bariland used for gardens and vineyardsused to raise locally consumed vegetables and herbs4Cardomajor north-south line of transport5Decumanuseast-west street6Ethnicitya pronounced dimension of residential differentiation within cities7Ex-urban growthAs affluent households needed to escape the inner-city environment, residential subdivisions were established outside the city8Family size 9Flora 10ForumThose developed by migrant merchants in the shadow of the strongholds were known as the "forum" while those established (to promote
trade) by important dynastic families on virgin land independent of the stronghold were known as the "flora"11Guildhallestablished as the specialisation of activities continued and intensified12Hanseatic League-wasa commercial and defensive confederation of merchantguildes and their market town13Laws of the Americas 14Laws of the indies 15Market 16Mercantile League 17Polis 18 Post-urban growth 19 Tellsartificial accumulation of successive settlements20 Zigguratsartificial mountains were a major morphological element of Sumerian cities,These terraced temple towers were pyramidal in form1.1.Which theories or urban origins emphasize surplus productionHydraulic theories 2.what essential function did the earliest public buildings serve within cities Religious 3.which of the following places is not associated with ancient urbanization? Ob river valley 4.where did urban development occur independently of the diffusion process? Mesoamerica 5.which pair of concepts are associated with urban morphogenesis? Creation and changer 2.What are the terraced temple towers of Sumer know as? Ziggurats Where was urban development intentionally planned? Indus Valley What are the tells Artificial accumulations of successive settlements What type of entity were Sumerian cities? City-states Which aspect was not shared by the civilizations of Mesopotamia and the Indus Valley? Deficit agricultural production 3.Where was urbanization introduced in ancient Greece Crete Which morphological feature was unique to the Greek colonial settlement?

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