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Copper Age: Quiz


Question 1: It appears that copper was not widely exploited at first and that efforts in alloying it with ________ and other metals began quite soon, making distinguishing the distinct Chalcolithic cultures and later periods difficult.

Question 2: The boundary between the Copper and Bronze Ages is indistinct, since alloys sputtered in and out of use due to the erratic supply of ________.

Question 3: Examples of Chalcolithic cultures in Europe include Vila Nova de São Pedro and Los Millares on the ________.
Prehistoric IberiaHispaniaIberian PeninsulaSpain

Question 4: The Old Copper Complex, located in present day ________ and Wisconsin in the United States used copper for tools, weapons and other implements.

Question 5: The Copper Age in the Middle East and the Caucasus begins in the late 5th millennium BC and lasts for about a millennium before it gives rise to the ________.
Deverel-Rimbury cultureBronze Age BritainAncient Near EastBronze Age

Question 6: The period is a transitional one outside of the traditional three-age system, and occurs between the Neolithic and ________.
Deverel-Rimbury cultureBronze AgeAncient Near EastBronze Age Britain

Question 7: The European ________ used stone axes modelled on copper axes, with imitation "mold marks" carved in the stone.
Corded Ware cultureLinear Pottery cultureFunnelbeaker cultureComb Ceramic culture

Question 8: farming, animal husbandry
pottery, metallurgy, wheel
circular ditches, ________, megaliths
Neolithic religion
Concentric stone circleHengeAveburyStonehenge

Question 9: The South Asian inhabitants of ________ fashioned tools with local copper ore between 7700–3300 BC.
5th millennium BCNeolithic6th millennium BCMehrgarh

Question 10: [5] Pottery of the ________ has been found at both sites, dating to several centuries after copper-working began there.
Beaker cultureBronze AgeNeolithic EuropeMegalith

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