I need some assistance with these assignment. exam in ancient cultures Thank you in advance for the help! 3. Two female pharaohs are Hatshepsut (or Maatkare) and Nefertiti.
5. The world was to end on December 21, 2012, based on the Mayan calendar.
8. Three great rivers are the Nile River (ancient Egyptian civilization), the Yellow River (ancient Chinese civilization), and the Indus River (ancient Indian civilization).
9. The Lord of Sipan was the name given to the first of several Moche mummies that were discovered in 1987 located at Huaca Rajada in Sipan, Peru.
10. Chocolate was considered important in ancient Mesoamerica because the people believed it to be a gift from their god Quetzalcoatl (God of Wisdom) and the cacao seeds were also used as a currency and aphrodisiac among the peoples of the American continent.
11. Five Egyptian gods are Atum, Tefnut, Nut, Isis, and Osiris.
12. One is the Mitchell-Hedges skull and the second is the Mayan skull.
13. Moai are the extremely large monolithic stone sculptures found at Easter Island in the Polynesian part of Chile. The stone carvings represent departed ancestors.
16. The large drawings are called Nazca Lines found in the Nazca Desert located in the Pampas de Jumana in southern Peru created between 400-650 A.D.
I imagine myself to be a woman during the Sung Period (960-1279 A.D.) in ancient China. The Sung Period followed the Tang dynastic period (618-907). The Sung Period is the time when Chinese civilization can be considered at its peak with a lot of subtlety and mastery, of refinement and restraint. These positive features can be found in the artifacts of the time, in painting, calligraphy, silk tapestries, and porcelain products that portray a measure of civility. The Sung Period was a time of great changes in Chinese society as reforms were implemented throughout the empire. The basic features of a great civilization were already in place but the reforms heightened the social, political, economic, and cultural structures that would normally take time for imperial authorities to implement. Chinese society was stratified to royalty, the scholars, the soldiers, and the common people but there were order and stability.