|Name: _________________________||Period: ___________________|
This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How heavy is the smooth stone removed from the cliff face?
(a) 1,500 pounds.
(b) 2,000 pounds.
(c) 500 pounds.
(d) 1,000 pounds.
2. When Ralph picks up the telegram from CCF that promises the funds are going to be wired now that he has found the door, who else has sent him a letter?
3. With what does Ralph seal the tomb?
(a) Metal bars, plaster and a lock.
(b) A gate and padlock.
(c) Boards, rock and plaster.
(d) A wooden door and a lock.
4. Ralph believes that Michel Vassal translated Atum-hadu's poetry to please whom?
(a) The English Government.
(b) The French Government.
(c) The Italian Government.
(d) The Spanish Government.
5. The first opening that Ralph lowers himself into is a ____, never touched by mankind.
(a) Rare hole.
(b) Dry hole.
(c) Well hole.
(d) River hole.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ferrell join to cash in on search fees for Davies' children?
2. Where did Barnabas Davies work in his youth?
3. The first day of the dig involves looking for signs of the tomb where?
4. How are the columns in the sixth room decorated?
5. Ahmed tells Ralph of his deep hatred for whom?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the explanation that Margaret gives for her odd initial letter to Ralph?
2. Why does Ralph start guarding the tomb himself, after the plaster is on the third door?
3. When Ralph leaves the workers to guard the tomb and goes into town, what does he do in town?
4. How does CCF react to the news that Ralph has found the tomb?
5. How does Ralph get a look inside the tomb?
6. Why does Margaret want Ralph to return to Boston?
7. How do the Director General and Carter show that they do not respect Ralph?
8. Why does Ralph cut the pay of his workers?
9. In his childhood, what did Ralph tell the vicar about Egyptian theology that got him beaten?
10. Who is Ferrell?
This section contains 651 words
(approx. 3 pages at 300 words per page)