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Question 1
Which of the following statements is NOT true about the term culture history?
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Culture History
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It is based on the chronological and spatial ordering of
archaeological data.
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It uses inductive research methods.
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It assumes a normative view of culture.
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It attributes all cultural change to the environment.
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It is based on artifacts and data from one or many sites.
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Question 2
The basic steps required for the completion of a culture-historical reconstruction include
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Constructing Culture History
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identification of a research area and site survey
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excavation and artifact analysis
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site survey and synthesis
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remote sensing and GIS analysis
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identification of a research area, site survey, excavation, artifact
analysis, and synthesis
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Gordon Willey and Philip Phillips ___________.
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Constructing Culture History
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founded the discipline of culture history in 1958
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standardized the archaeological units used to delineate time and
space in the Americas
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developed the technique of field survey
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hey opposed the use of ceramics for creating typologies
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included amateur archaeologists in the process
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Question 4
__________ is NOT a standardized archaeological entity used in culture history
reconstructions.
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Constructing Culture History
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Components
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Phases
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Horizons
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Landscapes
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Traditions
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Question 5
Over a century ago, Victorian scientists believed that major prehistoric inventions (e.g.,
farming and metallurgy) __________.
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were invented in one place and then spread throughout the world
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arose simultaneously in multiple parts of the world
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were delivered to ancient cultures from god
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were delivered to ancient cultures from aliens
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were brought to other cultures by ancient Egyptians
Incorrect
Question 6
__________ draws from human behavior in contemporary societies to understand the
archaeological record.
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Analogy
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Diffusion
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Functionalism
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Ethnographic analogy
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Cultural selection
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Invention
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Question 7
Ethnoarchaeological research on hunting strategies of the Hadza people in East Africa
found that __________.
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Archaeology by Observation and Experiment
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5 to 10% of the large-mammal prey was underrepresented in
samples of bones from butchering sites
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20 to 25% of the large-mammal prey was underrepresented in
samples of bones from butchering sites
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35 to 40% of the large-mammal prey was underrepresented in
samples of bones from butchering sites
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55 to 60% of the large-mammal prey was underrepresented in
samples of bones from butchering sites
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75 to 80% of the large-mammal prey was underrepresented in
samples of bones from butchering sites
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Question 8
What archaeological technique attempts to understand human behavior by replicating
ancient technologies?
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Archaeology by Observation and Experiment
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Ethnographic analogy
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Cultural selection
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Experimental archaeology
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Scientific method
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Processual archaeology
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Question 9
______________ said that much change in the past is "the unintended consequence of the
complex interaction of biology and culture with which we are all involved."
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Explaining Cultural Change
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Lewis Binford
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Clive Gamble
Correct
James O'Connell
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Ivor Noël
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Héctor Escobedo
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Question 10
The following lines of thought contributed to the archaeological approach known as
processual archaeology, EXCEPT __________.
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deductive reasoning
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systems theory
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cultural ecology
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culture history
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multilinear evolution
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Question 11
Which American anthropologist is credited with developing the concept of cultural
ecology in the 1950s and 60s?
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Grahame Clark
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Julian Steward
Correct
Lennart von Post
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Lewis Binford
Incorrect
Leslie White
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Question 12
Archaeologists who argue that we can no longer interpret the past purely in terms of
ecological, technological and material considerations are part of what approach?
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People, Not Systems
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Culture ecology
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Culture history
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Functionalism
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Processual archaeology
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Postprocessual archaeology
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Question 13
Cognitive-processual archaeology includes the following characteristics, EXCEPT
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People, Not Systems
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it was developed by archaeologists Kent Flannery and Joyce
Marcus
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it includes the scientific rigor of processual archaeology
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it was proposed in the 1950 and 1960s
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it focuses on intangible human behavior like religion, ideology and
iconography
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it draws from large data sets
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According to the text, archaeologists are often focused on _________ in ancient societies,
but ________ is a much more common condition of humankind.
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Change and No Change
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agriculture, foraging
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sedentism, mobility
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change, stasis
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structure, anarchy
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religion, atheism
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Question 15
Archaeologists Flannery and Marcus used a cognitive-processual approach to study social
inequality and symbolism in __________.
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Oaxaca, Mexico
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Star Carr, England
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Vírú River valley of Peru
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Scandinavian bogs
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Syria's Euphrates valley
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