74 north american cities have long histories

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74. North American cities have long histories involving numerous periods of urban development. True False
75. The “forum” was located in the centre of Roman cities.
76.Cities will increasingly bear the imprint(s) of globalization.
77. Early industrial cities offered good living conditions for their residents.
78.Improtant colonial cities were typically located along or near water (oceans, lakes, rivers). True False
79. Mercantile cities were located along the North Sea and Baltic Sea.( Atlantic )
80. Canadian cities are more compact, in term of urban form, than American cities.
81. Urban sprawl has produced landscapes that are more unique, individual, and creative.
82. The layout of American and Canadian cities reflects the dominance of automobiles. True
False
83. Harappa and Mohenjodaro were the only two major urban centres in the Indus Valley.
84. Suburbanization is attributed to advances in transportation technology.
85. Greek temples faced eastwards while Roman temples faced southwards.
86. Toronto is the most populated city in both Ontario and Canada. True False
87. The “Colonia” is not considered to be a type of Roman settlement
88.Urban development during the Middle Ages was based upon trade.
89 “Site” refers to a city’s absolute location while “situation” refers to a city’s relative location.
90 Newer colonial cities established by the Greeks tended to be well-planned yet ofen lacked an Acropolis. True False
91. The fortified stronghold (or burgh) is a distinctive morphological element of medieval urban centres in Central Europe.
Part C: Matching 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 colonial settlements 15 the focal point of medieval cities 7 urban development and/or urban land-uses located beyond the city limits (i.e. beyond the continuously tells build-up area) 17 city-state in Ancient Greece 10 the urban space located at the intersection of the cardo and the decumanus 12 a European confederation of maritime cities and merchant guilds organized to promote mutual commercial/trade interests, privileges, and connections 19 an accumulation of successive settlements 1 Acropolis 2 androynes 3 bari 4 cardo 5 decumanus 6 ethnicity 7 ex-urban growth 8 family size 9 flora 10 forum 11 guildhall 12 Hanseatic League 13 Laws of the Americas 14 Laws of the indies 15 market 16 Mercantile League 17 polis 18 post-urban growth 19 tells 20 ziggurats

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