yeah i should be doing my own work
but idc im stressed terrible break up
so i dont need to hear about it if you
dont like it then dont look at it =]
please do your research
30. According to the course text, what dates do historians trace the beginning and end of ancient Egyptian civilization?
8000 BCE to 1200 AD
30,000 BCE to 10,000 BCE
8000 BCE to 6000 BCE
3500 BCE to 30 BCE
31. Why did we look at art from only the Old, Middle, and New Kingdoms, of Egyptian history and not the “Intermediate periods”?
These were periods of time in which the greatest and largest wars were fought, resulting in large amounts of artistic treasures.
These were the “high points” of Egyptian civilization, when most of Egyptian artistic accomplishments occurred.
These were the times that Egyptian civilization was lead by the most powerful and successful rulers.
These were periods in which plagues, crime and poverty led to wide use of artistic expression.
32. The Egyptian “kingdoms” are groupings of ___________________. (2 points)
33. The primary medium of Old Kingdom art was __________________. (2 points)
34. The Egyptians believed that doing 3 things would assure a successful afterlife. Which of the following is NOT one of those things?
preserving the body through mummification
producing portraits of the deceased to disseminate among the family
protecting the body in a tomb in which the name of the deceased was inscribed.
providing the body with food and drink, or illustrations of it in case no one was available to make the offerings.
35. The pyramids were built as _______________. (2 points)
36. During the reign of ____________________, the Step Pyramid of Saqqaris was built.
37. What are the two kinds of hieroglyphic signs?
phonograms and ideograms
phonograms and anagrams
ideograms and anagrams
phonograms and monograms
38. What is the name of the famous stele that helped to break the hieroglyphic code? (2 points)
the Dead Sea Scrolls
the Blarney Stone
the Rosetta Stone
39. Usually located on the grounds of the temples, obelisks were usually covered from base to near tip with: