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CHAPTER TWO QUIZ

GIVE A BRIEF DESCRIPTION (A SENTENCE OR TWO) OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING CULTURES. Drag and drop an image from each culture

  1. SUMERIANS
  1. AKKADIANS
  1. BABYLONIANS
  1. HITTITES
  1. ASSYRIANS
  1. NEO-BABYLONIANS
  1. PERSIANS

Drag and drop an image from your image file that is an example of the term. Define the term according to your Chapter Two and Ancillary Materials

1. REGISTERS

2. HIERARCHIC SCALE

3. CUNEIFORM

4. ZIGGURAT

5. STELE

6. CYLINDER SEALS

7. VOTIVE FIGURES

8. HIGH RELIEF CARVINGS

9. LOW RELIEF CARVINGS

10. LAMASSU

11. CRENELLATED TOWERS

12. APADANA

Multiple Choice

1. The Sumerians invented the first system of writing called ______________.

A. pictographs

B. hieroglyphics

C. cuneiform

D. inlay

2. In the Stele of Naram-Sin (Fig. 2-1), what artistic device is used to signal Naram-Sin’s importance and reinforce his divine right to rule?

A. Relative perspective

B. Hieratic scale

C. Registers

D. Silhouetting

3. Ziggurats functioned symbolically as _______________.

A. heavenly palaces

B. bridges between earth and the heavens

C. fortresses of the gods

D. the home of the gods

4. The most complete version found of the Epic of Gilgamesh was written in __________.

A. Sumerian

B. Akkadian

C. Babylonian

D. Mesopotamian

5. The most impressive surviving archeological remains of the Sumerians is the __________.

A. pyramid

B. palace

C. ziggurat

D. grid

6. Sumerians used the hard, rock __________ for identifying documents and establishing property ownership.

A. stele stones

B. crenellated forms

C. cylinder seals

D. lamassus seals

7. Mesopotamian sculptors told stories clearly and economically by organizing visual narratives in horizontal bands called________________.

A. registers

B. hieratic scales

C. grids

D. steles

8. From the ninth to seventh century BCE, the __________ culture controlled most of Mesopotamia.

A. Assyrian

B. Persian

C. Hittite

D. Babylonian

9.Which of the following was NOT a convention for representing figures in Sumerian art?

A. wide, staring eyes

B. stylized hair and faces

C. emphasis on cubic forms

D. inlaid details of shell and stone

10. Temples at the top of ziggurats did NOT include ____________.

A. an altar for statues of the gods

B. living quarters for priests

C. votive statues of worshippers

11. The Stele of Hammurabi is significant as both a work of ancient Mesopotamian art and as __________.

A. an example of Babylonian literature

B. a religious artifact recording Hebrew tradition

C. Danube a key to deciphering cuneiform texts

D. an historical document recording a written code of law

12. The narrative relief panels lining the courtyard at Sargon’s palace complex functioned primarily to __________.

A. intimidate visitors to the king

B. demonstrate Sargon’s devotion to the gods

C. record Assyrian history

D. provide aesthetic pleasure

13. Guardian figures, called lamassus, combined features from all of the following EXCEPT ____________.

A. a man

B. a god

C. an eagle

D. a horse

14. Inlaid images on the sound box of the Great Lyre with Bull’s Head (pages probably relate to the theme of _________.

A. death

B. birth

C. marriage

D. military conquest

15. Stepped structures known as ziggurats may have developed from the practice of ___________________.

A. using prisoners as a work force

B. repeated rebuilding at sacred sites

C. establishing settlements on high land for safety

D. burying the dead in pyramids

16. Ziggurats in the ancient Near East were dedicated to _____________.

A. priests

B. gods

C. rulers

D. all of the above

17. The incised design on a cylinder seal found in the tomb of Queen Paubi (Fig. 2-5) demonstrates the Sumerian’s use of ___________.

A. narrative images

B. geometric patterns

C. elaborate personal monograms

D. cuneiform

18. In the many votive statues commissioned by Gudea, he is represented as ____________________.

A. a strong and peaceful ruler

B. a powerful military leader

C. an idealized divine figure

D. a prosperous and generous businessman

19. Which animal appears in Mesopotamian art as a symbol of power?

A. Bear

B. Bull

C. Horse

20. What subject was NOT depicted in the relief panels decorating Assurbanipal’s palace at Nineveh?

A. scenes of court life

B. battle scenes

C. hunting scenes

D. scenes from The Epic of Gilgamesh

21. The lion hunting scene of Assurnasirpal II marks a shift in Mesopotamian art from a sense of timelessness toward greater _________.

A. political content

B. emotional drama

C. historical accuracy

D. interest in individuals

22. The Neo-Babylonians used turquoise, blue, and gold __________to form the symbolic images covering the Ishtar Gate.

A. semi-precious stones

B. glazed bricks

C. glass mosaic

D. paint

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