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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. The item seemed especially designed to communicate with which two gods?
(a) Channels 1-10.
(b) MovieA and MovieB.
2. The researchers were fascinated by what feature on the Bell system?
3. Which of the following is not included in the picture of the Sacred belt?
(a) Door knob.
(b) Leather strap.
(c) Sacred seal.
(d) Tub stopper.
4. The inscriptions on the small relief were thought to represent which of the following?
(a) Political affiliations.
(b) Religious preferences.
(c) Date of birth.
(d) Home address.
5. The Bell system was located next to a statue dedicated to what deity?
Short Answer Questions
1. The objects paid homage to ____________.
2. Scientists refer to the pattern as which of the following?
3. What is the only male name on the fragment?
4. What pattern was impressed upon the object?
5. What is used to recreate the reproduction?
Short Essay Questions
1. The scientists were particularly fascinated by the fragments of plasticus petrificus. Explain the piece and how it is represented as a souvenir.
2. What is the description given to the Sacred Seal? Where was it placed?
3. Explain how the scientists viewed the mosaic tile. How was it decorated? Where was it typically found?
4. How did the scientists come to the conclusion that communication would be possible even after a person's death?
5. What items were found lining the passageway between the tombs?
6. One of the items discovered in Tomb #26 was a Bell System. What was the item's purpose? How was it used?
7. What kind of sculptures were placed in this area? To who or what were the sculptures dedicated?
8. According to the text what surrounded the complex outside? What would the area be described as in today's terms?
9. 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.
10. How does the text describe the fragments of Plasticus Petrificus? How might it be reproduced?
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