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1 Questions on Early Societies in the Americas and Oceania

2 The Olmecs traded extensively in all of the following items except: A. horses B. animal skins C. small works of art D. jade E. obsidian

3 The Olmecs traded extensively in all of the following items except: A. horses

4 The first society of Mesoamerica, which founded traditions of all later societies, was the A. Teotihuacan B. Aztec C. Olmec D. Maya E. Mochica

5 The first society of Mesoamerica, which founded traditions of all later societies, was the C. Olmec

6 The Pueblo and Navajo peoples of the American southwest A. were the most nomadic of the North American Indian societies B. formed a political partnership with the Iroquois nations C. lived a settled, agricultural existence D. eventually fell under Aztec control E. were wiped out after a bloody confrontation with the Maya

7 The Pueblo and Navajo peoples of the American southwest C. lived a settled, agricultural existence

8 What was the staple food of Mesoamerica? A. potatoes B. fish C. maize D. beans E. squash

9 What was the staple food of Mesoamerica? C. maize

10 Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the agricultural peoples of Australia and New Guinea? A. The aboriginal peoples of Australia learned their written language from New Guinea B. The aboriginal peoples of New Guinea learned their written language from Australia C. The aboriginal peoples of Australia maintained hunting and gathering societies, while in New Guinea they turned to agriculture D. The aboriginal peoples of New Guinea maintained hunting and gathering societies, while in Australia they turned to agriculture E. The two fought a centuries-long civil war

11 Which statement correctly describes the relationship between the agricultural peoples of Australia and New Guinea? C. The aboriginal peoples of Australia maintained hunting and gathering societies, while in New Guinea they turned to agriculture

12 The Chavin cult A. was practiced in the Mayan Temple of the Giant Jaguar B. was the primary Olmec religion C. produced deities with the features of humans and wild animals D. is the best known religion of the Americas E. was the Teotiuacan worship of an earth god and a rain god

13 The Chavin cult C. produced deities with the features of humans and wild animals

14 One of the earliest Andean states was A. Teotiuacan B. Chavin C. Maya D. San Lorenzo E. Mochica

15 One of the earliest Andean states was E. Mochica

16 The North American Indian societies A. developed three distinct forms of writing, none of which can be read today B. possessed no forms of writing C. copied their writing system from the Aztecs D. used a series of hieroglyphics that were very similar to the Mayan script E. invented a style of writing that was much more complex and useful than that of the Aztec

17 The North American Indian societies B. possessed no forms of writing

18 Cahokia was A. the Aztec god known as the Smoking Mirror B. the legendary founder of the Inca people C. the dominant South American society before the rise of the Incas D. the Maya woman who translated for the Spanish E. the North American mound that was the third-largest structure in the pre-Columbian Americas

19 Cahokia was E. the North American mound that was the third-largest structure in the pre- Columbian Americas

20 The Olmec common people A. were exclusively the subject of human sacrifice B. lived alongside the elite in the major ceremonial centers C. lived a much more privileged life than their European counterparts D. enjoyed a basic democracy E. labored regularly on behalf of the Olmec elite

21 The Olmec common people E. labored regularly on behalf of the Olmec elite


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