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HIEU 201 Chapter 1 Quiz latest 2020 – Liberty University Paleolithic religious beliefs a. centered around the idea that forces of nature had been created to serve human beings. ... b. centered around the idea that human beings needed to appease the forces of nature. c. made a clear distinction between nature and the supernatural. d. did not include belief in life after death. Hide Feedback Correct Which of the following is NOT a feature of the Neolithic Age? a. Human beings started using iron tools. b. Human beings discovered farming. c. Human beings established villages. d. Human beings domesticated animals. Hide Feedback Correct The first civilizations a. lacked organized governments. b. developed systems for administration, cooperation, and record-keeping. c. did not yet possess specialization of labor. d. abandoned the monumental architecture of prehistoric cultures. Hide Feedback Correct Sargon the Great a. conquered territories, plundered their resources, and then left to find new opportunities for conquest. b. was the leader of an important Sumerian city-state. c. was known for his policy of pursuing peace at any cost. d. contributed to the spread of Sumerian culture beyond the boundaries of Mesopotamia. Hide Feedback Correct The Sumerians erected their religious temples atop huge multilevel mounds called a. cuneiform. b. ziggurats. c. stele. d. Nammu. Hide Feedback Correct The kings in ancient Mesopotamia a. were believed to be living gods. b. were replaced by democracies governed by elders and assemblies of citizens. c. were rulers thought to have been selected by the gods to represent them on earth. d. were viewed as being above the law and absolute in their power. Hide Feedback Correct The economy of Mesopotamian cities a. depended heavily on foreign and domestic trade. b. was entirely self-sufficient. c. was conducted by a state bureaucracy. d. was largely unregulated. Hide Feedback Correct Which of the following describes the Egyptians' relationship with their environment? a. The challenges of nature were designed to punish human beings. b. The lack of natural boundaries subjected Egyptians to constant invasion and change. c. The unpredictability of the Nile made Egyptian life precarious. d. Nature served as a source of security. Hide Feedback Correct The pharaohs a. communicated the gods' will to the Egyptian people. b. had little impact on the lives of peasants and workers. c. technically owned no earthly possessions. d. were elected by a noble class. Hide Feedback Correct The Hittites a. rejected all aspects of foreign culture. b. achieved no substantial technological progression. c. ruled Asia Minor and northern Syria. d. were absorbed into Babylonian civilization. Hide Feedback Correct Which of the following is NOT true of the Persian empire? a. It was bound together by a uniform language, Aramaic. b. It allowed local elites a large measure of self-rule. c. It was ruled by a council thought to represent the people. d. It developed an effective administrative system of twenty provinces. Hide Feedback Correct Compared to a rational or scientific view of the world, a mythopoeic view a. is more logically consistent than the rational view developed by the Greeks. b. appeals primarily to the emotions rather than reason and tends to be more subjective than objective. c. shows little imagination or emotion in interpreting nature. d. sees the world of nature as an entity, like a machine, rather than a living being. Hide Feedback Correct The ________ Age is also known as the Old Stone Age. a. Archaic b. Neolithic c. Paleolithic d. Classical Hide Feedback Correct Which of the following civilizations rose first? a. Hittite b. Assyrian c. Phoenician d. Sumerian Hide Feedback Correct The Epic of Gligamesh depicts the Mesopotamians' mood of a. stoicism and tranquility. b. optimism and hope. c. sensuality and emotionality. d. pessimism and despair. Hide Feedback Correct In Paleolithic societies, human beings a. were unable to communicate with one another by language. b. obtained the necessities of life by gathering food and hunting. c. lived in large permanent settlements of several thousand people. d. had not yet acquired the ability to make tools. Hide Feedback Correct The central force in the first civilizations was a. popularly-selected governance. b. religion. c. iron technology. d. science. Hide Feedback Correct In Hammurabi's code of law a. the king was not bound by the law, but might legally do whatever he wished to do. b. women enjoyed a legal status equal to that of men. c. women and children had no legal protection. d. crimes against nobles were punished more severely than crimes against commoners. Hide Feedback Correct The religious teachings of the prophet Zoroaster a. reject the need for ethics in human life. b. are dualistic, asserting the existence of both a good god and an evil god. c. represent the earliest known examples of monotheistic faith. d. are a complex set of polytheistic beliefs based on magic and blood sacrifice. Hide Feedback Correct The Egyptian New Kingdom began with the war of liberation against the a. Nubians. b. Assyrians. c. Hyksos. d. Babylonians. Hide Feedback Correct [Show More]

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