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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. A plunger is thought to belong to which musical family?
2. What is used to match up the mosaic tiles?
(a) Nail holes.
(d) Broken edges.
3. The purpose of the great sign is to prevent which of the following?
(a) Culture confusion.
(b) Arrival of tourists.
(c) Incorrect burial.
4. How many points were used to create a scale model of the fragment?
5. What is the material used to make the new item?
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of clothing is the person wearing?
2. What was located below this item of worship?
3. The necropolis officials were responsible for which of the following items?
4. The bookends are said to be decorated with which of the following?
5. What was each visitor given as an aid to viewing the exhibit?
Short Essay Questions
1. What was the material used to create the coffee service? Where is it manufactured?
2. Explain how the scientists viewed the mosaic tile. How was it decorated? Where was it typically found?
3. What is the real life description of the wall fragment found in the communal Sacred Urn room near the Great Sanctuary. Explain the real purpose of the so-called laborers' marks.
4. Who traveled along with the treasures? What was the purpose of traveling this way?
5. How does Carson describe the great courtyard? What was the purpose of the pool area?
6. How did the scientists come to the conclusion that communication would be possible even after a person's death?
7. Describe the pendant found in the Inner Chamber. What is it made out of and what is the inscription?
8. In what way does Harriet show that she is still devoted to Carson?
9. Explain the unique design of the coffee service. What is the pot shape? What is the shape of the cups? How many cups are there to the set?
10. When did Harriet meet her untimely demise? What happened?
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