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CHAPTER THREE QUIZ

Drag and drop an image from the chapter image file to match the terms below. Describe the significance or the role that the image plays in Ancient Egyptian history (according to our textbook and the ancillary materials).


1. The Palette of Narmer




Djoser



Khufu, Khafre, and Menkaure



Mentuhotep



Hapshepsut




Akhenaten




Nefertiti




Queen Tiy




Tutankhamun


The Nile



Egyptian History is divided in to three periods. Drag and drop an image from each, give dates for each, and a general description of the function of the image in each Kingdom.

Old Kingdom




Middle Kingdom




3. New Kingdom





Multiple Choice

1. In the Old Kingdom, rulers were typically portrayed as ___________figures, wearing
the royal kilt and head cloth.
A. slightly effeminate
B. athletic and youthful
C. older and wise
D. smiling and compassionate

2. The Egyptian life spirit or life force is called the __________.
A. ra
B. ka
C. serdab
D. ankh

3. A (An) __________ is literally a “city of the dead.
A. necropolis
B. acropolis
C. metropolis
D. megalopolis

4.. __________ is the first architect known in history by name.
A. Imhotep
B. Narmer
C. Menes
D. Hasan

5. Egypt’s most famous pyramids are the ones at __________.
A. Cairo
B. Bahri
C. Giza
D. Khafre

6. In Egyptian tombs, the ka statue was placed in a chamber called the
____________.
A. mastaba
B. sarcophagus
C. pectoral serdab
D. blossom clerestory

7. Because the temple was the home of the god, originally, the temple had the form of
a __________.
A. tomb
B. house
C. grave
D. ship

8. The Great Hall at Karnak has massive __________capitals on the columns
supporting the raised, center part of the roof.
A. rose bud
B. papyrus
C. marble
D. lotus bud

9. The female pharaoh __________ left the great legacy of Egyptian monuments.
A. Akhetaten
B. Hatshepsut
C. Akhenaten
D. Tutankhamen

10. King Tutankhamun’s tomb was found in the_________.
A. pyramids at Giza
B. Valley of the Kings
C. king’s palace at Amarna
D. Great Temple of Amun at Karnak

11. Which object commemorates the unification of Egypt and signals the beginning of the dynastic period?
A. The Palette of Narmer
B. Akhenaten and His Family
C. Queen Nerfertari Making an Offering to Isis
D. Ti Watching a Hippopatamus Hunt

12. According to legend, the early Egyptian kings were gods who ruled on earth. The
conventions governing ancient Egyptian art changed _____________ over its three thousand year history.
A. with each new king
B. very little
C. dramatically
D. back and forth

13. What artwork survives from the Predynastic period of ancient Egypt?
A. reliefs carved on ivory and stone
B. wall paintings depicting people and animals
C. decorated pottery
D. all of the above

14. After a king died, the body was embalmed and ferried across the Nile to
the_____________.
A. royal palace
B. tomb chamber
C. portico
D. funerary temple

15. The great pyramids at Giza were originally faced with a veneer of
polished___________.
A. limestone
B. gold
C. marble
D. granite

16.. An Egyptian convention used for representing the human figure was to show eyes and torsos ___________.
A. in profile
B. frontally
C. with more detail
D. proportionate

17. Which of the following was NOT a part of the royal costume worn by rulers in ancient Egypt?
A. a pleated kilt
B. a linen headdress
C. a false beard
D. a coral necklace

18. Prominent individuals, who were not of royal descent, were typically represented in more __________postures in Old Kingdom sculpture.
A. lifelike
B. formal
C. idealized
D. stylized

19. Canopic jars were special containers in tombs were used to hold __________.
A. food
B. bodily organs
C. jewels and gold coins
D. all of the above

20. Standing figures in Egyptian art are typically shown __________.
A. nude
B. in stride
C. in profile
D. with their arms raised

21. Which artistic device signals the higher social status of Ti in the painted relief Ti Watching a Hippopotamus Hunt (Fig. 3-12)?
A. hieratic scale
B. his relaxed and animated pose
C. paint color
D. all of the above

22. In contrast to other periods of Egyptian history, some royal portraits from the Middle Kingdom appear _____________.
A. confident and serene
B. idealized and youthful
C. distorted and out of proportion
D. preoccupied and emotionally drained

23. Egyptian sculptors relied on ____________to guide them in proportioning the
human figures when carving reliefs
A. a squared grid
B. a mathematical formula
C. the measurement of the king’s arm
D. a system of perspective

24. Architects of the New Kingdom expanded earlier temple designs to include all of the following features EXCEPT:
A. a massive pylon gateway
B. a sanctuary for public worship
C. a peristyle court
D. a hypostyle outer hall

25. The _________design of New Kingdom temples created a processional path from the outside to the inner sanctuary where only priests and kings were allowed.
A. circular
B. labyrinthine
C. axial
D. stepped

26.. Beni Hasan on the east bank of the Nile is the site of many ______________.
A. pyramids
B. rock-cut tombs
C. temples
D. mud-brick houses

27. Egyptians who could not afford elaborate tombs commissioned funerary _________as personal monuments meant to memorialize them and to inspire the living to make them offerings.
A. ka statues
B. chapels
C. stelae
D. mummy portraits

28. Where were ordinary people allowed to go in the Great Temple of Amun?
A. the sanctuary of Amun
B. the hypostyle hall
C. the sacred lake
D. all of the above

29. Each of the separate areas of the Great Temple of Amun was separated by a massive ________with tapering walls.
A. pylon
B. column
C. obelisk
D. colonnade

30. The hypostyle hall at Karnak was filled with ____________decorated with painted pictorial reliefs and inscriptions.
A. cult statues
B. columns
C. stelae
D. stone grillwork

31. Sculptures portraying Hatshepsut as a __________reflect the power of tradition and artistic convention in Egypt.
A. priestess
B. princess
C. male king
D. mother

32. Historians refer to the reign of Akhenaten as the _____________period.
A. Intermediate
B. Antiamun
C. Aten
D. Amarna

33.. Akhenaten and His Family (Fig. 3-26) is an example of __________relief, in which the flat surface of the stone serves as a background and the outlines of figures are deeply incised.
A. sunken
B. ordinary
C. Amarna
D. cut

34. Embalmers sometimes placed____________ in the wrappings of mummified bodies to help the dead survive the tests of Osiris.
A. Books of the Dead
B. sculptures of the gods
C. encaustic portraits of the deceased
D. gold coins

35. Egyptian glassmakers used the technique of ____________glass to produce early glass objects such as the Fish Shaped Perfume Bottle (p. 73).
A. blowing
B. slumping
C. core-formed
D. casting

36. Mummies found in the Fayum region of Lower Egypt include highly detailed portraits in encaustic, a painting technique using hot colored _______.
A. oil
B. glass
C. wax
D. water

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