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5 Matching questions

  1. Tawantinsuyu
  2. Theodore Bent
  3. Huitzilopochtli
  4. Sapa Inca Pachacuti
  5. Susan and Roderick McIntosh
  1. a Discovered Jenné-jeno; 1977, 1981, and 1994
  2. b Aztec sun god
  3. c Inca; "people of the 4 directions"
  4. d 1891; had studied Phoenicians but no formal training in archaeology; concluded that builders came from Arabian peninsula (Phoenician/Egyptian); Cecil Rhodes purchased many finds taken from the site
  5. e built Cuzco (capital city of Incan Empire) in 1438-1471 AD; name means He who makes the world; transformed city and empire; built Machu Picchu

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Inca; walls near cuzco; fortress? head of puma?
  2. Inca; son of sun god
  3. 1871; German explorer in search of the remains of a lost white civilization, denied that local people could have built remains, used presence of cedar to argue for northern connection (Phoenicians, Queen of Sheeba)
  4. 1929; trained Kathleen Kenyon; found unlooted sites nearby and through stratigraphic and stylistic comparisons confirmed local orgin; Semitic origin "inconceivable"
  5. Inca; home of virgin weavers; cotton, aplaca, llama; textiles important tax item (women: fabric, men: rope)

5 True/False questions

  1. Occam's Razor1871; German explorer in search of the remains of a lost white civilization, denied that local people could have built remains, used presence of cedar to argue for northern connection (Phoenicians, Queen of Sheeba)

          

  2. QuetalcoatlAztec war god

          

  3. Cuzcocapital of Inca Empire; built by Sapa Inca Pachacuti (He who makes the world)(1438-1471 AD); transformed city and empire, sacred center, puma shaped city; divided into 4 quarters

          

  4. Hernando Cortes1890; Mashonaland occupied by Cecil Rhodes (Rhodesia) for gold prospecting; site became symbol justifying glories of colonization

          

  5. Francisco PizarroInca; Urubamba Valley; Quechua: "Old Mountain"; built by Pachacuti; ca. 1440-1532; chosen for geological features; 7,710 ft. Discoveries :
    1908: rediscovered by Hiram Bingham, Yale Peruvian Expedition 1911, 1912-1915: sponsored by National Geographic, 1983: UNESCO World Heritage site

          

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