Test: Vital Villages Thriving Towns - 2


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Independent farmers were called

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QUESTION: 2

How does 'Northern Black Polished Ware' type of pottery get its name?

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QUESTION: 3

Northern Black Polished Ware were known for its

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QUESTION: 4

Where is Arikamedu at present

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QUESTION: 5

In Arikamedu found pottery from which region

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Potteries found were from the Mediterranean region, such as amphorae (tall double-handled jars that contained liquids such as wine or oil) and stamped red glazed pottery, known as Arretine Ware which was named after a city in Italy. This was made by pressing wet clay into a stamped mould.

QUESTION: 6

These were stories that were probably composed by ordinary people, and then written down and preserved by Buddhist monks

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QUESTION: 7

Which of the following was the means of irrigation that were built around 2500 years

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The kings and kingdoms could not have existed without the support of flourishing villages. While new tools and the system of transplantation increased production, irrigation was also used. Irrigation works that were built during this time included canals, wells, tanks, and artificial lakes.

QUESTION: 8

punched marked coins punched on to the metal
(I) Silver
(II) Gold
(III) Copper
Bronze

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QUESTION: 9

Archaeologists have found rows of pots, or ceramic rings arranged one on top of the other. These are known as

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QUESTION: 10

Roman lamps, glassware and gems have also been found at the site

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QUESTION: 11

The gram-bhojaka often got his land cultivated by the ____

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QUESTION: 12

Amphitheatres were built to

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QUESTION: 13

A place where ships are loaded and unloaded

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QUESTION: 14

A number of ships sailing in a company

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QUESTION: 15

Arasar were the

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Arasar were the ruling elite in the south india.

QUESTION: 16

Common people of the southern India were known as

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QUESTION: 17

Which of the following is not the king of Satvahana Dynasty

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QUESTION: 18

____ was the port lies close to modern ____

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QUESTION: 19

Some of the largest collections of iron tools and weapons were found in the

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QUESTION: 20

Sculptors carved scenes depicting

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