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Question 1: On the ________, Wootz steel was, and continues to be, produced in small quantities.
South AsiaIndian subcontinentAfricaAsia

Question 2: What does the following picture show?

  A blacksmith at work
  Jesse Hoover blacksmith shop, Herbert Hoover National Historic Site.

Question 3: ________ is the joining of metal of the same or similar kind of metal
Arc weldingGas tungsten arc weldingGas metal arc weldingWelding

Question 4: The ________ states that he forged beautiful gold rings with wonderful gems.
AtlakviðaPoetic EddaDráp NiflungaHelgakviða Hundingsbana I

Question 5: What information exists indicates that all of the basic operations of blacksmithing were in use as soon as the ________ reached a particular locality.
Ancient Near EastIron Age ChinaLa Tène cultureIron Age

Question 6: A blacksmith is a person who creates objects from iron or steel by ________ the metal; i.e., by using tools to hammer, bend, and cut.
MetalworkingMetalworking terminologyBrake (sheet metal bending)Forging

Question 7: During the Chalcolithic era and the Bronze Age, humans in the Mideast learned how to smelt, melt, cast, rivet, and (to a limited extent) forge Copper and ________.

Question 8: ________, patterned largely on their wood-turning counterparts, had been used by some blacksmiths since the middle-ages.
Machine toolDrillDrill bitLathe

Question 9: What does the following picture show?

  A blacksmith monk, from a medieval French manuscript
  A blacksmith shop in the harbor of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada in the late 19th century.
  A blacksmith at work
  Blacksmiths at the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway shops in Topeka, Kansas, 1943

Question 10: ________ is a naturally occurring metallic element.

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