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Question 1: In Southwest Asia, Neolithic ________ appear soon after 10000 BC, initially in the Levant (Pre-Pottery Neolithic A and Pre-Pottery Neolithic B) and from there spread eastwards and westwards.
FamilyCultureHuman rightsSlavery

Question 2: From the Neolithic era Longshan Culture and ________ era Erlitou culture, the earliest rammed earth fortifications exist, with evidence of timber architecture.
Ancient Near EastBronze Age BritainBronze AgeDeverel-Rimbury culture

Question 3: ________ is the largest medieval city in sub-Saharan Africa.
Masvingo ProvinceMwenezi DistrictGreat Zimbabwe National MonumentMasvingo

Question 4: This was also a response to the changing social climate which demanded new buildings of increasing complexity — the ________, the residential block, bigger hospitals and academies.
RomeColosseumSt. Peter's BasilicaBasilica di Santa Maria Maggiore

Question 5: These include Roman temples, Roman baths, Roman bridges, ________, Roman harbours, triumphal arches, Roman amphitheatres, Roman circuses palaces, mausolea and in the late empire also churches.
VitruviusRoman aqueductDolaucothi Gold MinesRoman engineering

Question 6: Mesoamerican architecture is mostly noted for its pyramids which are the largest such structures outside of ________.
Ancient EgyptAlexander the GreatNew KingdomPtolemaic Kingdom

Question 7: From then on, Indian architecture and civil engineering continued to develop, and was manifestated temples, palaces and forts across the ________ and neighbouring regions.
AsiaSouth AsiaAfricaIndian subcontinent

Question 8: Neolithic people in the British Isles built long barrows and chamber tombs for their dead and causewayed camps, ________ flint mines and cursus monuments.
AveburyMegalithStonehengeHenge

Question 9: Robertson,[8] the ________ were appendices to the Vedas giving rules for constructing altars.
Indian mathematicsShulba SutrasBhāskara IAryabhata

Question 10: India's urban civilization is traceable to Mohenjodaro and ________, now in Pakistan.
Indus Valley CivilizationPunjab (Pakistan)HarappaSindh
















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