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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How long was Queen Maud Land ice-free?
(a) 5,000 years.
(b) 1,000 years.
(c) 10,000 years.
(d) 9,000 years.
2. What was confirmed about Tianhuanaco and Lake Titicaca?
(a) They were joined in 15,000 B.C.
(b) They are still joined.
(c) They separated in 15,000 B.C.
(d) They were never joined.
3. What are Nazca lines?
(a) Lines in caves.
(b) Land on which lines are drawn.
(c) Lines on a map.
(d) Lines on trees.
4. What was the weight of the boulders that made up the man-made gate in Chapter 7?
(a) 361 tons.
(b) 461 pounds.
(c) 361 pounds.
(d) 461 tons.
5. What do the maps in Chapter 2 show?
(a) Pictures by a vanished civilization of close parts of the Earth.
(b) Pictures by an existing civilization of close parts of the Earth.
(c) Pictures by an existing civilization of widely separated parts of the Earth.
(d) Pictures by a vanished civilization of widely separated parts of the Earth.
Short Answer Questions
1. What continent is on the ancient maps in The Mystery of the Maps?
2. How many sun cycles did the Aztecs believe in?
3. Where did the story of Utnapishtim take place?
4. According to Chapter 26, how many years ago did Ice Age glaciation expand to its fullest extent in the world?
5. What illusion appears on the Temple of Kululkan?
Short Essay Questions
1. How did the ancients come upon their use of pi?
2. What was the explanation for early maps showing widely separated parts of the Earth?
3. Why did the Ancient Mexican civilizations believe sacrificing children would delay the destruction of the world?
4. According to Chapter 27, what happened to animals during the Ice Age?
5. Is it plausible that the human race was destroyed in each cycle of the Mayans "Suns" calendar?
6. What evidence is there that the Nazcan were astronomers?
7. In Chapter 26, what is relayed about the history of modern man?
8. What tends to accompany stories of ice ages?
9. Why are the Nazca lines so significant?
10. In the Introduction, what was Hancock trying to determine?
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