Ancient Egyptian Glass
Listen to part of a lecture in an ancient history class.
- What is the lecture mainly about?
- A. New information about glass production and use in ancient Egypt
- B. Whether Egyptians or Mesopotamians were the first to invent glass
- C. Differences between Egyptian glass and other kinds of glass
- D. Reasons why ancient Egyptians imported glass from other countries
- What is the importance of the archaeological evidence recently found in Egypt?
- A. It supports the theory that ancient Egyptians imported glass from Mesopotamia.
- B. It proves that ancient Egyptians made glass objects prior to the Bronze Age.
- C. It provides the first evidence that glassmaking in the Bronze Age required two different stages.
- D. It shows that ancient Egyptians were producing raw glass.
- The professor describes a process for making glass disks. Summarize the process by putting the steps in the CORRECT ORDER.
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- A.Glass-like material is ground up and dyed blue or red.
- B.Powdered material is heated at very high temperatures.
- C.Crushed quartz and plant ash are heated at low temperatures.
- D.Containers are broken to remove glass disks.
- Based on the lecture, what are two kinds of glass objects that were valued in ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. Beads
- B. Cooking utensils
- C. Containers
- D. Windows
- According to the professor, what are two reasons why ancient Egyptians exported glass?
[CHOOSE 2 ANSWERS]
- A. To build relationships with foreign leaders
- B. To hold cooking oil that was sold in other countries
- C. To get bronze tools from other countries
- D. To acquire colors of glass not made in Egypt
- Why does the professor say this: 🎧
- A. To emphasize that glass objects were only made in ancient Egypt
- B. To find out what the student does not understand
- C. To indicate that there was no contradiction in her previous statement
- D. To correct what she said in her previous statement
答案：A B CABD AC AD C