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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. What is the Earth's orbit plane extended outward called?
(a) Its precess.
(b) Its ecliptic.
(c) Its eccentricity.
(d) Its obliquity.
2. According to Chapter 32, what is the convergence of global myths evidence of?
(a) Early migration.
(b) A common author.
(c) Early writing.
(d) Many authors.
3. What is the height to perimeter ratio of the Great Pyramid the same as?
(a) A sphere's circumference to radius.
(b) A sphere's radius to circumference.
(c) A sphere's area to circumference.
(d) A sphere's circumference to area.
4. What is Heliopolis known as?
(a) City of the Gods.
(b) City of Light.
(c) City of the Sky.
(d) City of the Sun.
5. Who were Palermo Stone and Turin Papyrus?
(b) Kings before the First Dynasty.
(c) Kings after the First Dynasty.
(d) Kings during the First Dynasty.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did John West claim in Chapter 40?
2. How far does the sun migrate in 72 years?
3. What theory is ascribed to Charles Hapgood?
4. What does the chart on page 472 show?
5. What is the Great Pyramid a scale model of?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the obliquity of the ecliptic?
2. How did Hancock resolve the absence of any lost continent in Chapter 50?
3. Is Hancock's message in Chapter 52 justified, based on the book as a whole?
4. Why was Bauval's discovery that Orion's three belt stars are not in a straight line significant?
5. What is eccentricity?
6. What accounts for differing ideas of when the Sphinx was built?
7. What theory is the focus of Chapter 51?
8. What did the ancient Egyptians mean when they believed the Sphinx guarded the "Splendid Place at the Beginning of All Time"?
9. Why did the Greeks build the Great Pyramid with engineering accuracy, whose costs seem to far exceed any benefit?
10. Why did specialists misinterpret or ignore Bauval's discovery as evidence of an ancient civilization?
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