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Student:__________________Saddleback CollegeArt 23 — The Art of Africa and OceaniaSpring 2016Exam #11.             Which work likely commemorates the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt?a.     Saqqara reliefb.     Palette of Djoserc.     Saqqara Steled.     Palette of Narmer2.              Which of the following describes the function of the pyramids?a.     Served as a reminder of the afterlifeb.     Provided work for the powerful mason guildc.     Served as a platform for the priests of Amun to gain followersd.     Served as a reminder of the eternal power of the pharaoh3.              Which of the following describes one of the drawbacks of the fresco secco technique?a.     Colors fused to the wall surfaceb.     Fresco secco is more durable than true frescoc.     Colors do not fuse to the wall surfaced.     Application of paint must be done quickly4.              Why is the Palette of Narmer unique among surviving Egyptian artworks?a.     Commemorative rather than funeraryb.     Hidden in the tomb of Djoserc.     Buried in the Temple of Amun at Karnakd.     Found in the inner sanctuary of an unknown pharaoh5.              Pyramids were most popular during which of the following periods?a.     Predynastic periodb.     Early Dynastic periodc.     Middle Kingdomd.     Old Kingdom6.              The god who is symbolic of the river Nile and who dies and is reborn each year is:a.     Isisb.     Horusc.     Sekhmetd.     Osiris7.              An early Egyptian tomb that resembles a truncated pyramid is called a:a.     Tholosb.     Dromosc.     Mastabad.     Serdab8.              A magnificent mortuary temple was built at Deir el Bahri for which of the following pharaohs?a.     Nefertitib.     Imhotepc.     Tid.     Hatshepsut9.              The use of elongated heads and necks and intimate, relaxed poses describes which of the following periods?a.     New Kingdomb.     Middle Kingdomc.     Amara Periodd.     Ptolomeaic Period10.           In the Old Kingdom this structure adjoined the pyramid and was the site where offerings were made to the dead king and ceremonies were performed.  Which of the following does this describe?a.     Temple at Luxorb.     Temple at Karnakc.     Mortuary templed.     Valley temple11.           The ___ ceremonies of the Dogon are held every three to six years to honor the lives of those who have died.a.     Ifeb.     Nokc.     Damad.     None of the above12.           Which culture is found in Mali?a.     Nokb.     Beninc.     Igbod.     Dogon13.           Which European nation established contact with the Kingdom of Benin in the 1470’s?a.     Germanyb.     France c.     Portugald.     Spain14.           The earliest known culture in sub-Saharan Africa is:a.     Beninb.     Ifec.     Yaruba d.     Nok15.           The lost-wax method of casting is called piece-mold.a.     Trueb.     False16.           The region of Africa consists mainly of:a.     Savannab.     Forestc.     Desertd.     Jungle17.           A type of African body ornamentation that is permanent is:a.     Body piercingb.     Tattooingc.     Scarificationd.     Both a and c18.           Figurative sculpture is created within sets of formal parameters is called:a.     Naturalisticb.     Abstractc.     Non-representationald.     Both a and b19.           Rock painting in the Sahara began around:a.     12,000 BCb.     25,000 BCc.     6,000 ADd.     6,000 BC20.           Islam began to penetrate North Africa in the 9th century AD.a.     Trueb.     False21.           African religion is based on the premise that:a.     Human beings are helpless with regard to the deitiesb.     Deities are fictionc.     Human beings can manipulate the spirit worldd.     Human beings cannot manipulate with spirit world without music22.           The majority of sculptures created in African societies, like the door from a king’s       Palace, is made of what medium?a.     Woodb.     Natural materialc.     Stoned.     Both a and b23.           The very vertical Friday Mosque at Djenne is constructed of what material?a.     Adobeb.     Mud brickc.     Stoned.     Woode.     Both a and b24.           What types of items does kingship regalia include?a.     Stoolsb.     Beadsc.     Shelld.     Clothe.     All of the above25.           An African culture known for its bronze casting is:a.     Ifeb.     Beninc.     Yarubad.     None of the above26.           The prosperity and power of the ancient kingdoms of Ghana and Mali were based on their control of ____ resources.a.     Bronzeb.     Silverc.     Goldd.     Ivory27.           Bamana iron working includes the concept of Nyama as the source of ritual power associated with ____.a.     Goldb.     Silverc.     Ivory d.     Iron28.           Kingship in Benin was hereditary, and its kings were not considered divine as were the Egyptian pharaohs.a.     Trueb.     False29.           The _____ led an expeditionary force in 1897 that destroyed the Benin palace, looted its art and exiled its king.a.     Portugueseb.     Frenchc.     Ifed.     None of the above30.           The oba is an absolute ruler who rules entirely independently.a.     Trueb.     False31.           The ____ titles are the most ancient and highest variety of the three orders of the chiefs of Benin.a.     Obab.     Palace chiefc.     Town chiefd.     Uzamae.     Ancestor32.           Ife terra cotta and cast brass heads are ___ in style.a.     Abstractb.     Idealizedc.     Naturalisticd.     Non-objectivee.     Both b and c33.           Annual rituals involving dedication to royal ancestors are common in ____ African kingdoms.a.     Northb.     Southc.     Eastd.     Weste.     Central34.           The ancient city of Ile-Ife is a sacred place for all ____ peoples.a.     Malib.     Fonc.     Nuped.     Benine.     None of the above35.           Patterns of scarification in Africa usually refer to :a.     Ethnic identityb.     Genderc.     Statusd.     Association affiliation e.     A, c and d36.           There are three distinct styles of Baule masks:a.     Naturalisticb.     Red ogrec.     Horned helmet headdressd.     Flat, circular disk maske.     A, c and d37.           The king of Ife is called the:a.     Onib.     Obac.     Both a and bd.     Neither a nor b38.           The god Oduduwa founded Benin kingship rites.a.     Trueb.     False39.           The oba of Benin and his court are the political focus of the kingdom, but are not involved in art patronage.a.     Trueb.     False40.           In Benin, ____ is the color of dangerous and potentially hostile deities.a.     Blackb.     Whitec.     Greend.     Yellowe.     Red41.           The obas of the ____ dynasty introduced brass commemorative heads.a.     Oduduwab.     Oranmiyan c.     Emborod.     Uzama42.           Nigeria is a land-locked African country.a.     Trueb.     False43.           North Africa is primarily a polytheistic area of Africa.a.     Trueb.     False44.           Nok and Benin cultures are located in:a.     Malib.     Congoc.     Central Africad.     Ethiopiae.     Nigeria45.           The earliest Nok terra cotta heads date to:a.     500 BCb.     200 ADc.     6,000 BCd.     1300 AD46.           Nyama is a Mende peoples’ concept that can be compared to:a.     Artb.     Heatc.     Windd.     Death47.           In Africa, the ____ is widely regarded as a symbol of regeneration.a.     Elephantb.     Antelopec.     Snaked.     None of the above48.           Dan-We Deangle masks represent:a.     Female forest spiritb.     Male forest spiritc.     Female water spiritd.     Male mountain spirit49.           Dogon figures are carved by a skilled carpenter.a.     Trueb.     False50.           The birds on a Yoruba crown represent:a.     Power of medicineb.     Divinationc.     Withcraftd.     The power of royal ancestorse.     All of the above

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Student:__________________Saddleback CollegeArt 23 — The Art of Africa and OceaniaSpring 2016Exam #11.             Which work likely commemorates the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt?a.     Saqqara reliefb.     Palette of Djoserc.     Saqqara Steled.     Palette of Narmer2.              Which of the following describes the function of the pyramids?a.     Served as a reminder of the afterlifeb.     Provided work for the powerful mason guildc.     Served as a platform for the priests of Amun to gain followersd.     Served as a reminder of the eternal power of the pharaoh3.              Which of the following describes one of the drawbacks of the fresco secco technique?a.     Colors fused to the wall surfaceb.     Fresco secco is more durable than true frescoc.     Colors do not fuse to the wall surfaced.     Application of paint must be done quickly4.              Why is the Palette of Narmer unique among surviving Egyptian artworks?a.     Commemorative rather than funeraryb.     Hidden in the tomb of Djoserc.     Buried in the Temple of Amun at Karnakd.     Found in the inner sanctuary of an unknown pharaoh5.              Pyramids were most popular during which of the following periods?a.     Predynastic periodb.     Early Dynastic periodc.     Middle Kingdomd.     Old Kingdom6.              The god who is symbolic of the river Nile and who dies and is reborn each year is:a.     Isisb.     Horusc.     Sekhmetd.     Osiris7.              An early Egyptian tomb that resembles a truncated pyramid is called a:a.     Tholosb.     Dromosc.     Mastabad.     Serdab8.              A magnificent mortuary temple was built at Deir el Bahri for which of the following pharaohs?a.     Nefertitib.     Imhotepc.     Tid.     Hatshepsut9.              The use of elongated heads and necks and intimate, relaxed poses describes which of the following periods?a.     New Kingdomb.     Middle Kingdomc.     Amara Periodd.     Ptolomeaic Period10.           In the Old Kingdom this structure adjoined the pyramid and was the site where offerings were made to the dead king and ceremonies were performed.  Which of the following does this describe?a.     Temple at Luxorb.     Temple at Karnakc.     Mortuary templed.     Valley temple11.           The ___ ceremonies of the Dogon are held every three to six years to honor the lives of those who have died.a.     Ifeb.     Nokc.     Damad.     None of the above12.           Which culture is found in Mali?a.     Nokb.     Beninc.     Igbod.     Dogon13.           Which European nation established contact with the Kingdom of Benin in the 1470’s?a.     Germanyb.     France c.     Portugald.     Spain14.           The earliest known culture in sub-Saharan Africa is:a.     Beninb.     Ifec.     Yaruba d.     Nok15.           The lost-wax method of casting is called piece-mold.a.     Trueb.     False16.           The region of Africa consists mainly of:a.     Savannab.     Forestc.     Desertd.     Jungle17.           A type of African body ornamentation that is permanent is:a.     Body piercingb.     Tattooingc.     Scarificationd.     Both a and c18.           Figurative sculpture is created within sets of formal parameters is called:a.     Naturalisticb.     Abstractc.     Non-representationald.     Both a and b19.           Rock painting in the Sahara began around:a.     12,000 BCb.     25,000 BCc.     6,000 ADd.     6,000 BC20.           Islam began to penetrate North Africa in the 9th century AD.a.     Trueb.     False21.           African religion is based on the premise that:a.     Human beings are helpless with regard to the deitiesb.     Deities are fictionc.     Human beings can manipulate the spirit worldd.     Human beings cannot manipulate with spirit world without music22.           The majority of sculptures created in African societies, like the door from a king’s       Palace, is made of what medium?a.     Woodb.     Natural materialc.     Stoned.     Both a and b23.           The very vertical Friday Mosque at Djenne is constructed of what material?a.     Adobeb.     Mud brickc.     Stoned.     Woode.     Both a and b24.           What types of items does kingship regalia include?a.     Stoolsb.     Beadsc.     Shelld.     Clothe.     All of the above25.           An African culture known for its bronze casting is:a.     Ifeb.     Beninc.     Yarubad.     None of the above26.           The prosperity and power of the ancient kingdoms of Ghana and Mali were based on their control of ____ resources.a.     Bronzeb.     Silverc.     Goldd.     Ivory27.           Bamana iron working includes the concept of Nyama as the source of ritual power associated with ____.a.     Goldb.     Silverc.     Ivory d.     Iron28.           Kingship in Benin was hereditary, and its kings were not considered divine as were the Egyptian pharaohs.a.     Trueb.     False29.           The _____ led an expeditionary force in 1897 that destroyed the Benin palace, looted its art and exiled its king.a.     Portugueseb.     Frenchc.     Ifed.     None of the above30.           The oba is an absolute ruler who rules entirely independently.a.     Trueb.     False31.           The ____ titles are the most ancient and highest variety of the three orders of the chiefs of Benin.a.     Obab.     Palace chiefc.     Town chiefd.     Uzamae.     Ancestor32.           Ife terra cotta and cast brass heads are ___ in style.a.     Abstractb.     Idealizedc.     Naturalisticd.     Non-objectivee.     Both b and c33.           Annual rituals involving dedication to royal ancestors are common in ____ African kingdoms.a.     Northb.     Southc.     Eastd.     Weste.     Central34.           The ancient city of Ile-Ife is a sacred place for all ____ peoples.a.     Malib.     Fonc.     Nuped.     Benine.     None of the above35.           Patterns of scarification in Africa usually refer to :a.     Ethnic identityb.     Genderc.     Statusd.     Association affiliation e.     A, c and d36.           There are three distinct styles of Baule masks:a.     Naturalisticb.     Red ogrec.     Horned helmet headdressd.     Flat, circular disk maske.     A, c and d37.           The king of Ife is called the:a.     Onib.     Obac.     Both a and bd.     Neither a nor b38.           The god Oduduwa founded Benin kingship rites.a.     Trueb.     False39.           The oba of Benin and his court are the political focus of the kingdom, but are not involved in art patronage.a.     Trueb.     False40.           In Benin, ____ is the color of dangerous and potentially hostile deities.a.     Blackb.     Whitec.     Greend.     Yellowe.     Red41.           The obas of the ____ dynasty introduced brass commemorative heads.a.     Oduduwab.     Oranmiyan c.     Emborod.     Uzama42.           Nigeria is a land-locked African country.a.     Trueb.     False43.           North Africa is primarily a polytheistic area of Africa.a.     Trueb.     False44.           Nok and Benin cultures are located in:a.     Malib.     Congoc.     Central Africad.     Ethiopiae.     Nigeria45.           The earliest Nok terra cotta heads date to:a.     500 BCb.     200 ADc.     6,000 BCd.     1300 AD46.           Nyama is a Mende peoples’ concept that can be compared to:a.     Artb.     Heatc.     Windd.     Death47.           In Africa, the ____ is widely regarded as a symbol of regeneration.a.     Elephantb.     Antelopec.     Snaked.     None of the above48.           Dan-We Deangle masks represent:a.     Female forest spiritb.     Male forest spiritc.     Female water spiritd.     Male mountain spirit49.           Dogon figures are carved by a skilled carpenter.a.     Trueb.     False50.           The birds on a Yoruba crown represent:a.     Power of medicineb.     Divinationc.     Withcraftd.     The power of royal ancestorse.     All of the above

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