TPO28L4 Gonur-depe (Anthropology)

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题目

1.What does the professor mainly discuss?

A. Evidence of an ancient civilization in central Asia

B. Archaeological techniques used to uncover ancient settlements

C. The controversy concerning an archaeological find in central Asia

D. Methods used to preserve archaeological sites in arid area

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2.What point does the professor make about mound sites?

A. They are easier to excavate than other types of archaeological sites.

B. They often provide information about several generations of people.

C. They often contain evidence of trade.

D. Most have been found in what are now desert areas.

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3.Why does the professor compare Gonur-depe to ancient Egypt?

A. To point out that Gonur-depe existed earlier than other ancient civilizations

B. To emphasize that the findings at Gonur-depe are evidence of an ancient civilization

C. To demonstrate that the findings at these locations have little in common

D. To suggest that the discovery of Gonur-depe will lead to more research in Egypt

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4.What does the professor imply about the people of Gonur-depe?

A. They avoided contact with people from other areas.

B. They inhibited Gonur-depe before resettling in Egypt.

C. They are skilled in jewelry making.

D. They modeled their city after cities in China.

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5.Settlements existed at Gonur-depe site for only a few hundred of years. What does the professor say might explain this fact? [Click on two answers.]

A. War with neighboring settlements

B. Destruction caused by an earthquake

C. Changes in the course of the Murgab River

D. Frequent flooding of the Murgab River

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6.What is the professor’s opinion of the future of the Gonur-depe site?

A. She believes it would be a mistake to alter its original form.

B. She doubts the ruins will deteriorate further.

C. She thinks other sites are more deserving of researchers’ attention.

D. She is not convinced it will be restored.


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