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6 Which of the following is a topic that would be included in the study of ancient history? A.the causes of World War II B.where early humans lived C.the first American president D.where the airplane was invented 1 Row one Which of the following is a topic that would be included in the study of ancient history?

7 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.interpretations. B.solutions. C.investigations. D.hypotheses. 2 Row one People who study ancient history make educated guesses called

8 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.animal behavior. B.dinosaur skeletons. C.human society. D.astronomy. 3 Row one Social scientists are scholars who study

9 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.examining objects that people have left behind. B.studying natural features of Earth. C.studying human-made features of Earth. D.examining diaries and letters made in the past. 4 Row one Archaeologists study the past by

10 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.a person who creates artifacts for other scientists to study B.an expert who studies and records the past C.a person who builds human-made features such as roads D.an expert who studies Earth's natural and human- made features What is a geographer? 1 Row two

11 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.a mountain B.a plant C.a rock D.a sculpture Which of the following is an example of an artifact? 2 Row two

12 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.archaeologist B.geographer C.historian D.detective What type of social scientist would be most interested in an artifact with writing on it? 3 Row two

13 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.archaeologist B.geographer C.historian D.detective What type of social scientist would be most interested in how prehistoric people used their environment to survive? 4 Row two

14 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.detective. B.diary. C.landform. D.laboratory. Archaeologist is to artifact as historian is to 1 Row three

15 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.written records that cannot be read B.conflicting views in ancient diaries C.lack of evidence from the period D.huge amounts of artifacts to analyze What unique challenge does the study of prehistoric history present? 2 Row three

16 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.only in Lascaux, France. B.all over the world. C.only in South America. D.only in Australia and Africa. Cave paintings have been found 3 Row three

17 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.types of prehistoric animals B.one structure of prehistoric animals C.size of prehistoric animals D.behavior of prehistoric animals Which of the following can be determined from prehistoric cave paintings of animals? 4 Row three

18 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.remains of scaffolding found inside caves B.cave paintings showing people sleeping on scaffolding C.cave paintings painted on high ceilings inside caves D.plentiful forests growing nearby the caves What evidence supports why scientists think prehistoric artists built scaffolding in caves? 1 Row four

19 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.paintings of humans B.paintings of shapes C.paintings of animals D.paintings of handprints What type of paintings is rare in prehistoric cave art discoveries? 2 Row four

20 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.a decoration B.a ceremony C.a weapon D.a spear thrower What is a ritual? 3 Row four

21 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.Cave artists used handprints to make animal shapes. B.Cave artists left handprints accidentally as they painted. C.Cave artists used handprints to sign their paintings. D.Cave artists used handprints to show how many people lived in the cave. What do many scientists believe about handprints found on cave paintings? 4 Row four

22 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.using the blood of animals mixed with dirt. B.mixing ground minerals with animal fat. C.following a written recipe found in a cave. D.making a paste from ashes and canola oil. Scientists believe that prehistoric cave artists made different colored paints by 1 Row five

23 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.apply paint to cave walls. B.grind minerals to make paint. C.build scaffolds inside caves. D.carve details on sculptures. Prehistoric artists used engraving tools to 2 Row five

24 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.as a tool to write with B.as a surface to record writing C.as a tool to blow paint through D.as a material to make spear throwers How might prehistoric artists have used hollow bird bones? 3 Row five

25 A.In West Africa between about 500 and 1600 C.E., Ghana, Songhai, and Mali were three _____ that arose. A.They are the only evidence we have about prehistoric times. B.They prove how old cave artists were when they made the art. C.They supply written records of how early humans lived. D.They provide clues about life in prehistoric times. Why are cave paintings like the ones at Lascaux, France, valuable sources of information? 4 Row five


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