Clothing: Quiz

  
  
  
  
  

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Question 1: ________ were once seen as exclusively male clothing, but are nowadays worn by both sexes.
TrousersSkirtCottonWomen wearing pants

Question 2: For example, ________ wear unstitched cloth pieces when performing religious ceremonies.
Indian religionsJain philosophyJainismHinduism

Question 3: Used, unwearable clothing was once used for ________, rag, rugs, bandages, and many other household uses.
BeddingDuvetQuiltMattress

Question 4: [citation needed] Dyed flax fibers that could have been used in clothing have been found in a prehistoric cave in the ________ that date back to 36,000 BP.
AzerbaijanGreeceArmeniaGeorgia (country)

Question 5: But most clothing consists of cloth, and most cloth can be laundered and mended (patching, darning, but compare ________).
WeavingTextile printingTextileFelt

Question 6: Clothing figures prominently in the ________ where it appears in numerous contexts, the more prominent ones being: the story of Adam and Eve, Joseph's cloak, Judah and Tamar, Mordechai and Esther.
BibleChristianity and JudaismBiblical canonNevi'im

Question 7: In hot climates clothing provides protection from ________ or wind damage, while in cold climates its thermal insulation properties are generally more important.
SunburnPsoriasisEczemaCellulitis

Question 8: Modern European ________ treats cloth much less conservatively, typically cutting in such a way as to leave various odd-shaped cloth remnants.
Anglo-Saxon dressFashionEarly medieval European dressByzantine dress

Question 9: The thrifty still replace zippers and ________ and sew up ripped hems.
VelcroSnap fastenerButtonButtonhole

Question 10: This process began hundreds of years earlier, as Europeans established ________ all over the world.
Dependent territoryColonyMunicipalityCity
















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