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 ANCIENT HISTORY YEAR 11 

Question 4                                                                                                                 24 marks

Short answers. Only use the Learning Materials on Neolithic Jericho.                    

a)    Give two reasons why the development of agriculture led to an increase in population.                                                                                                                              2 marks

 

b)    Identify two examples from the case study where ideas concerning an aspect of Neolithic Jericho have changed, and explain why.                                                                       4 marks

 

c)    Why are the earliest examples of writing of limited use to historians?                2 marks

 

d)    What evidence is there for Neolithic Jericho having connections with other settlements and regions?                                                                                                        4 marks

 

e)    Why it is difficult for prehistorians to interpret evidence for Neolithic society? Provide two examples from the Case Study in your explanation.                                            6 marks

 

f)     Below are two key features we find in the early history of Jericho and the Neolithic period. For each feature, first mark the box to identify whether its impact on human
history has been positive, negative, or mixed, then secondly, explain why.

i. domestication of plants and animals:                                                                1 mark

 

Positive impact

 

Negative impact

 

Mixed impact

Your reason for this judgement:                                                                           2 marks

 

ii. founding of permanent settlements                                                                  1 mark                                                                                     

 

Positive impact

 

Negative impact

 

Mixed impact

Your reason for this judgement:                                                                           2 marks

 

Question 5                                                                                                                 6 marks

a)    TWO of the following options are examples of experimental archaeology.

      Underline or otherwise mark the correct options.                                                2 marks

i.    raising a shipwreck from the sea bottom

ii.   conducting an autopsy on Otzi the ice man

iii.  sailing a replica Greek trireme

iv.  installing a drainage system to prevent flooding of the Borobudur

v.   using a robot to explore the Great Pyramid

vi.  cooking a medieval recipe

b)    Explain why you consider the examples you have chosen as examples of experiential archaeology.                                                                                            4 marks

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