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Sprang: Quiz


Question 1: The sprang technique also survives as a traditional method for making hammocks in Guatemala, Mexico, and ________, and also in Colombia for making a shopping bag known as mechita.
ColombiaQuindío DepartmentValle del Cauca DepartmentColombian armed conflict (1964–present)

Question 2: It may have spread southward toward the ________ during the iron age or possibly the late bronze age.
Indian OceanAtlantic OceanMediterranean SeaPacific Ocean

Question 3: 1400 B.C., that was recovered from a bog in ________.

Question 4: [3][5] Fabric impressions from potsherds of northern Germany suggest that sprang originated in Europe during the ________ period.
Linear Pottery cultureCucuteni-Trypillian cultureVinča cultureNeolithic

Question 5: The ________ World's Fair of 1889 included an exhibit that duplicated ancient sprang, which led to renewed interest in the technique.
ParisVersaillesMarseilleÉvry, Essonne

Question 6: Sprang is also an indigenous needlework technique among the peoples of ________, with the earliest known examples dating from before 900 A.D.
South AmericaAmericasNorth AmericaLatin America

Question 7: Sprang has also been noted in the Middle East, ________, the Indian Subcontinent, and North America.
South AsiaEuropeCentral AsiaSiberia

Question 8: Zonari belts are a custom in much of Argolida and Corinthia where they are traditional ________ items worn by women from marriage onward and associated with fertility and donned on ritual occasions.
WifeBride priceDowryWedding

Question 9: [2][5] Additionally, sprang remains in use for making silk trouser drawstrings for male attire in ________.

Question 10: ________ evidence indicates that sprang predates knitting; the two needlework forms bear a visible resemblance and serve similar functions but require different production techniques.
MiningEngineeringArchaeologyCivil engineering


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