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Knapping: Quiz

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Question 1: Knapping for the supply of strikers for flintlock firearms was a major industry in flint bearing locations, such as Brandon in ________, England, where knappers made strikers for export to the Congo as late as 1947.
DorsetIpswichNorfolkSuffolk

Question 2: ________ usually undertake the task so that they can better understand how prehistoric stone tools were made.
Civil engineeringMiningArchaeologyEngineering

Question 3: Many groups, with members from all walks of life, can now be found across the United States and ________.
EuropeWestern EuropeEastern EuropeBalkans

Question 4: Modern American interest in knapping can be traced back [1] to the study of a ________ Native American called Ishi who lived in the early twentieth century.
Los AngelesSacramento, CaliforniaSan Jose, CaliforniaCalifornia

Question 5: ________ taught scholars and academics traditional methods of making stone tools and how to use them for survival in the wild.
Yana peopleIshi WildernessAlfred L. KroeberIshi

Question 6: Fran├žois Bordes was an early writer on Old World knapping; he experimented with ways to replicate stone tools found across ________.
Central EuropeNorthern EuropeEastern EuropeWestern Europe







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