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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What do the documents in Chapter 43 list?
(a) Kings during the First Dynasty.
(b) Kings before the First Dynasty.
(c) Kings during the Second Dynasty.
(d) Kings after the First Dynasty.
2. How is the Egyptians' knowledge protected, according to Chapter 42?
(a) Coding in metaphors and allegories.
(b) Coding in sacred texts.
(c) A lack of sacred texts.
(d) A lack of mythology.
3. Who is Jane Sellers?
(a) An explorer.
(b) A geologist-astronomer.
(c) A socio-astronomer.
(d) An archaeo-astronomer.
4. In Chapter 38, how did Hancock observe the Great Pyramid?
(a) Through passageways from room to room.
(b) From a plane.
(c) From the top.
(d) From the base.
5. What is surprising about the granite used to sculpt the Second Pyramid?
(a) There is no evidence that the granite could be moved there.
(b) The type of granite was not found anywhere else.
(c) The sculptures appear primitive for that time period.
(d) There is no evidence the necessary drilling tools existed.
6. How many gods is Heliopolis associated with?
7. How many years does it take for the sun to shift 60 degrees?
8. What did sacred writings offer evidence of in Chapter 41?
(a) Expected advanced technological skills.
(b) Unexpected advanced tehnological skills.
(c) Limited technological skills.
(d) No technological skills.
9. In Chapter 36, what is a belief mentioned about the tombs?
(a) They were built by pharaohs over almost a century.
(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 peasants at the same time.
10. About how many blocks does the Great Pyramid have?
(a) 2.3 million.
(b) 2.3 thousand.
(c) 3.2 thousand.
(d) 3.2 million.
11. What is a fourth element of the author's thesis in Chapter 52?
(a) The need to identify specific individuals who should be protected from harm.
(b) The need to build better computers to protect surviving information.
(c) The need to build enclosures to protect surviving structures.
(d) The need to build enclosures to protect survivors and surviving information.
12. What did Hancock propose in Chapter 52?
(a) Encoded messages to future generations.
(b) Specific messages to future generations.
(c) Protecting future generations from knowledge of the past.
(d) Specific messages to be sent to other planets.
13. What is the "Great Return"?
(a) A complete precessional cycle.
(b) The tale of Osiris.
(c) The end of the Ice Age.
(d) A migratory pattern.
14. How did Hancock view the lack of a site plan in Chapter 36?
(a) As evidence that the Egyptians were not an advanced culture.
(b) As an anomaly.
(c) As symbolic.
(d) As evidence of another culture's influence.
15. Who was Ramesses II?
(a) The pharaoh during the time of the Biblical Exodus.
(b) The pharaoh buried in the Seti I Temple.
(c) A Pharaoh before the time of the Biblical Exodus.
(d) The father of Seti I.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many years is the sun housed in each of the zodiacal constellations?
2. What does the Giza site arrangement mirror?
3. What did Jane Sellers discover using myths?
4. What did the author do in Chapter 52?
5. How many years is one complete precessional cycle?
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