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Question 1: Colombia has also one of the most ancient archaeological sites of ________: El Abra, which age can be calculated to even 13 thousand years ago.
North AmericaAmericasSouth AmericaAmericas (terminology)

Question 2: The Muisca people were an agrarian and ceramic society belonging to the ________ of the north of South America.
AndesGeographyGran ChacoPhysical geography

Question 3: The market was a very meaningful place for the economy of the confederation due to ________.
Open economyAnarchist economicsBarterGift economy

Question 4: The territory of the Muisca spanned an area of 46,972 km² (a region slightly larger than ________) from the North of Boyacá to the Sumapaz Páramo and from the summits of the Eastern Range to the Magdalena Valley.

Question 5: The ________ were also a permanent threat and the rivalries with the Zaque of Hunza, especially for the possession of the salt mines, a precious resource for the Muisca economy.
CaribArawakan languagesCaribbeanGuyana

Question 6: The many handicraft works in gold and the Zipa tradition of offering gold to the Guatavita goddess contributed to create the legend of ________.
El DoradoMuiscaFrancisco de OrellanaAmazon River

Question 7: A pre-Columbian Muisca pattern appears in the coat of arms of Sopo, Cundinamarca, ________.
ColombiaQuindío DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)Valle del Cauca Department

Question 8: Most of the municipalities of the Boyacá and Cundinamarca departments are Chibchan names: Bacatá became "Bogotá", ________, Zipaquirá and many others.
Cuitiva, BoyacáSogamosoMonguíFiravitoba

Question 9: Zipaquirá District: Nemocón, ________, Lenguazaque, Ubaté, Simijaca and Chocontá.
AhvazChogha ZanbilSusaShushtar

Question 10: Both confederations were located in the highlands of modern-day Cundinamarca and Boyacá (Altiplano Cundiboyacense) in the central area of ________'s Eastern Range.
Quindío DepartmentColombiaValle del Cauca DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)

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