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HUM 111 Week 3 Quiz

HUM 111 Week 3 Quiz
HUM 111 Week 3 Quiz -

Question 1

Why did the Egyptian sculptors idealize rulers in their sculptures?

  • Imperfect representations were cause for the sculptors' executions
  • The rulers' perfection mirrored the perfection of the gods themselves
  • The grid on which sculptors based their work demanded standardization
  • Egyptian statues are generic and probably bear no resemblance to the person

 

Question 2

Why did the Egyptians bury their dead on the west side of the Nile?

  • So the graves would be undisturbed on the Nile's west side open desert
  • Because of the symbolic reference to death and rebirth, as the sun sets in the west
  • When Seth murdered Osiris, he threw his body parts on the Nile's west side
  • So that the pyramids could be aligned with specific stars, including Sirius

 

Question 3

Why is Nebamun Hunting Birds a sort of visual pun?

  • The fish, birds, and cat look more realistic than the people
  • Hunting birds was sacrilege to Horus, the hawk-headed god
  • The artist depicts actions that reflect sexual procreation, not hunting
  • Nebamun, a mere scribe, never would have been allowed to hunt

 

Question 4

Which god did the Egyptians believe the king personified?

  • Horus
  • Osiris
  • Re
  • Thoth

 

Question 5

How are the figures on the Palette of Narmer similar to those on the Mesopotamian Royal Standard of Ur?

  • The king is shown as larger than anyone else
  • The king is portrayed as having lighter skin
  • The king is positioned in the center of each scene
  • The king is standing beside a god

 

Question 6

What is the Greek concept of arête?

  • Showing compassion to one's enemies
  • Being the best one can be
  • The gods' role in determining humans' fate
  • Fidelity to one's spouse

 

Question 7

Why are red-figure vases more complicated than black-figure vases to create?

  • Red-figure vases require three firings
  • Red-figure vases require more paint
  • Red-figure vases require richer clay
  • Red-figure vases require more ornate shapes

 

Question 8

Why in 508 BCE did Athens turn to a democratic form of government?

  • In response to the threat of Persian invasion
  • To launch a campaign against the Spartans
  • In reaction to the tyranny of Hippias
  • To appease the revolting peasants

 

Question 9

Why do we think the Cycladic figurines served a mortuary function?

  • Most were found in temples
  • Most were inscribed with a person's name
  • Most were found in graves
  • Most were painted black for mourning

 

Question 10

What does the Greek word archaiologia mean?

  • Excavating a site
  • Knowing the past
  • Passing down legends
  • Preserving artifacts

 

 

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