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Cuzco?

Cuzco?

Question 1 options:

1) 

Incan god

2) 

first Incan ruler

3) 

language of the Incas

4) 

father of Spanish-American literature

5) 

city of the sun

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Inca Garilaso de la Vega?

Question 2 options:

1) 

Incan god

2) 

first Incan ruler

3) 

language of the Incas

4) 

father of Spanish-American literature

5) 

city of the sun

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Quechua?

Question 3 options:

1) 

Incan god

2) 

first Incan ruler

3) 

language of the Incas

4) 

father of Spanish-American literature

5) 

city of the sun

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Hummingbird?

Question 4 options:

1) 

birthplace of First Man and First Woman

2) 

Trickster

3) 

saved seeds from flood

4) 

dressed in Northern Lights

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Yellow World?

Question 5 options:

1) 

birthplace of First Man and First Woman

2) 

Trickster

3) 

saved seeds from flood

4) 

dressed in Northern Lights

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Nikmaq?

Question 6 options:

1) 

used as memory device

2) 

kin-friends

3) 

provided power of invincibility

4) 

provided means of capturing maiden

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Wampum?

Question 7 options:

1) 

used as memory device

2) 

kin-friends

3) 

provided power of invincibility

4) 

provided means of capturing maiden

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The Sun God ordained that the Incas establish an empire in order to teach proper methods of living for all people.

Question 8 options:

1) True

2) False

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The Sun God valued all human beings, even though who lived uncivilized lives.

Question 9 options:

1) True

2) False

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Because the golden rod symbolized the protection of the Sun God, it was placed at the highest point in Cuzco.

Question 10 options:

1) True

2) False

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Many of the native inhabitants of the Americas simply call themselves "people" so the Navajo are the Diné and the Micmac are the Lnu'k.

Question 11 options:

1) True

2) False

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The first gift from the Sun God was the knowledge of weaponry so that the Incan Empire could expand.

Question 12 options:

1) True

2) False

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First Woman decided which direction the Navajo people should head in their new world.

Question 13 options:

1) True

2) False

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Each stage of the Navajo development required an upward movement to a larger world.

Question 14 options:

1) True

2) False

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When the babies that Coyote had kidnapped were sacrificed, the Water Monster was satisfied and the waters receded.

Question 15 options:

1) True

2) False

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When the messengers from the four ends of the world brought their gifts to the First People, the Lion's gifts persuaded them to travel West.

Question 16 options:

1) True

2) False

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Not only were the Navajo saved from the flood, but so were the Ute and the Hopi as well.

Question 17 options:

1) True

2) False

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Micmac who possessed special spiritual powers were isolated from the remainder of the community.

Question 18 options:

1) True

2) False

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Although the Micmac were hunters, they did not consider themselves superior to the wildlife around them.

Question 19 options:

1) True

2) False

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The two beautiful daughters remained behind a screen so that they were never seen by their prospective suitors before they were married.

Question 20 options:

1) True

2) False

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