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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is Earth's axis tilt called?
(a) Its obliquity.
(b) Its precess.
(c) Its eccentricity.
(d) Its ecliptic.
2. How did Hancock view the lack of a site plan in Chapter 36?
(a) As symbolic.
(b) As an anomaly.
(c) As evidence that the Egyptians were not an advanced culture.
(d) As evidence of another culture's influence.
3. How high is the entry to the Great Pyramid?
(a) 36 meters.
(b) 36 yards.
(c) 36 feet.
(d) 3 feet 6 inches.
4. How many years does it take for the axis angle to make a full cycle oscillation across the range?
5. In Chapter 36, what is a belief mentioned about the tombs?
(a) They were built by peasants at the same time.
(b) They were built by pharaohs at the same time.
(c) They were built by peasants over almost a century.
(d) They were built by pharaohs over almost a century.
6. What is the only other pyramid in the world, besides the Great Pyramid, to use a variant on pi?
(a) Pyramid of Isis.
(b) Pyramid of the Moon.
(c) Pyramid of Osiris.
(d) Pyramid of the Sun.
7. How many degrees are allocated on the elliptic for each constellation?
8. What is surprising about the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) Granite would have been easier to move than limestone.
(b) Limestone was not found anywhere else.
(c) They could not possibly have been moved.
(d) They could have been cut smaller to be moved more easily.
9. What does the Piri Reis map provide?
(a) Evidence of an ancient civilization with global knowlege.
(b) Evidence of an ancient civilization with the ability to move heavy boulders.
(c) Evidence of an ancient civilization with celestial knowledge.
(d) Evidence of an ancient civilization with technological skills.
10. What did Hancock note about moving the limestone megaliths found in the Great Sphinx?
(a) In 1993, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
(b) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 2003.
(c) In 2003, only 2 land-based cranes in the world could move them.
(d) A crane capable of moving them was not invented until 1993.
11. Who was Ramesses II?
(a) A Pharaoh before the time of the Biblical Exodus.
(b) The father of Seti I.
(c) The pharaoh during the time of the Biblical Exodus.
(d) The pharaoh buried in the Seti I Temple.
12. What is the "Great Return"?
(a) The end of the Ice Age.
(b) A complete precessional cycle.
(c) The tale of Osiris.
(d) A migratory pattern.
13. How high is the antechamber ceiling of the Great Pyramid?
(a) 12 yards.
(b) 12 feet.
(c) 12 meters.
(d) 120 feet.
14. What did Christian Eusebius discover about Manetho's texts and the Bible?
(a) The Bible meant months when saying years.
(b) The Egyptians meant months when saying years.
(c) The Egyptians meant years when saying months.
(d) The Bible meant years when saying months.
15. How many years is one complete precessional cycle?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the chart on page 472 show?
2. What did Robert Bauval discover?
3. When is it believed that the Great Pyramid was built?
4. How large is the base of the Great Pyramid?
5. How many zodiac constellations are there?
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