AP Art History : Indigenous Americas Quiz

Quiz
*Theme/Title: Indigenous Americas
* Description/Instructions
This quiz provides review questions relating to indigenous arts of the Americas with specific reference to the images listed below (all numbering of images refers to AP Art History List of Required Works):

153. Chavín de Huántar. Northern highlands, Peru. Chavín. 900-200 B.C.E. Stone (architectural complex); granite (Lanzón and sculpture); hammered gold alloy (nose ornament).

154. Mesa Verde cliff dwellings. Montezuma County, Colorado. Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi). 450-1300 C.E. Sandstone.

155. Yaxchilán. Chiapas, Mexico. Maya. 725 C.E. Limestone (architectural complex).

156. Great Serpent Mound. Adams County, southern Ohio. Mississippian (Eastern Woodlands). c. 1070 C.E. Earthwork/effigy mound.

157.Templo Mayor (Main Temple). Tenochtitlan (modern Mexico City, Mexico). Mexica (Aztec). 1375-1520 C.E. Stone (temple); volcanic stone (The Coyolxauhqui Stone); jadeite (Olmec-style mask); basalt (Calendar Stone).

158. Ruler's feather headdress (probably of Motecuhzoma II). Mexica (Aztec). 1428-1520 C.E. Feathers (quetzal and cotinga) and gold.

159. City of Cusco, including Qorikancha (Inka main temple), Santo Domingo (Spanish colonial convent), and Walls at Saqsa Waman (Sacsayhuaman). Central highlands, Peru. Inka. c. 1440 C.E; convent added 1550-1650 C.E. Andesite stone.

160. Maize cobs. Inka. c. 1440-1533 C.E. Sheet metal/repoussé, metal alloys.

161. City of Machu Picchu. Central highlands, Peru. Inka. c. 1450-1540 C.E. Granite (architectural complex).

162. All-T'oqapu tunic. Inka. 1450-1540 C.E. Camelid fiber and cotton.

163.Bandolier bag. Lenape (Delaware tribe, Eastern Woodlands). c. 1850 C.E. Beadwork on leather.

164. Transformation mask. Kwakwaka'wakw, Northwest coast of Canada. Late 19th century C.E. Wood, paint, and string.

165. Painted elk hide. Attributed to Cotsiogo (Cadzi Cody), Eastern Shoshone, Wind River Reservation, Wyoming. c. 1890-1900 C.E. Painted elk hide.

166. Black-on-black ceramic vessel. Maria Martínez and Julian Martínez, Tewa, Puebloan, San Ildefonso Pueblo, New Mexico. c. mid-20th century C.E. Blackware ceramic.


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