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  1. Unit 3- Story 4 People on the Beach People on the Beach

  2. Vocabulary People on the Beach

  3. Anthropologist A person who studies the formation of the lands A person who studies the physical, cultural, and social development of humans A person who studies the earth, its rocks, and landforms A person who studies the past People on the Beach

  4. People on the Beach B) A person who studies the physical, cultural, and social development of humans

  5. Dank Very damp, moist, and cold Very dry and hot Very gloomy and depressing Very old and stale People on the Beach

  6. People on the Beach A) Very damp, moist, and cold

  7. Balustrade An excavation site A railing or barrier A platform A large rock People on the Beach

  8. People on the Beach B) A railing or barrier

  9. Eruption A mountain formed by two landforms slamming into each other A bend in the land An earthquake and shaking movement A bursting forth in an explosive manner People on the Beach

  10. People on the Beach D) A bursting forth in an explosive manner

  11. Excavation To study ancient books or artifacts The process of removing by digging The process to examine a body The process of burying People on the Beach

  12. People on the Beach B) The process of removing by digging

  13. Sulphur A) An acid that can be used to remove unwanted items B) A mineral found in all living things C) A yellow non-metallic mineral that smells like rotten eggs D) A way to examine mysteries People on the Beach

  14. C) A yellow non-metallic mineral that smells like rotten eggs People on the Beach

  15. Comprehension People on the Beach

  16. 1) What is an anthropologist being compared to? A construction worker A librarian A police person A jigsaw puzzler All of the above People on the Beach

  17. D) A jigsaw puzzler People on the Beach

  18. 2)What does Sarah Bisel compare? The books written in Rome and the books written in Greece The items found by the workers to the items found by archaeologists in Herculaneum The tools used by the workers and the tools used by the archaeologists in Herculaneum The bones found in American and the bones found in Rome All of the above People on the Beach

  19. B) The items found by the workers to the items found by archaeologists in Herculaneum People on the Beach

  20. 3) Where did the workers first find the bones in Herculaeum? A) In the ground, that used to be the surface of the town B) In a boat chamber C) In a drainage ditch, that used to be the town’s beachfront D) In a house E) All of the above People on the Beach

  21. C) In a drainage ditch, that used to be the town’s beachfront People on the Beach

  22. 4) Why was Sarah Bisel so excited about the find of skeletons in Herculaneum, Italy? In ancient Roman times, bodies were cremated; therefore not examinable by scientists in later years In ancient Romans times, bodies were secretly buried and were never found In ancient Roman times, bodies were kept by the families It was a new job for her to have All of the above People on the Beach

  23. People on the Beach A) In ancient Roman times, bodies were cremated; therefore not examinable by scientists in later years

  24. 5) What did scientists know about the Ancient Romans? Not much because the whole civilization was decimated, destroyed by the volcanic eruption Some information was known because the Romans kept some bodies for examinations A lot because the Romans kept very detailed records in books Not much because they couldn’t study the ancient bodies because of the cremation All of the above People on the Beach

  25. D) Not much because they couldn’t study the ancient bodies because of the cremation People on the Beach

  26. 6) What other town was severely affected by Mt. Vesuvius? Rome Pompeii Sparta Crete All of the above People on the Beach

  27. B) Pompeii People on the Beach

  28. 7) What type of earth were the bodies found? Gravelly dirt Wet volcanic earth Dry sand Wet clay People on the Beach

  29. B) Wet volcanic earth People on the Beach

  30. 8)Did all the town’s people of Herculaneum die from the volcanic eruption of Mt. Vesuvius? Yes No Maybe Not known People on the Beach

  31. B) No People on the Beach

  32. 9) How did most of the people die? A) They all were able to escape by boat or on foot B) Trampled to death C) Smothered by gases and ash, being pummeled by rocks, pumice, and ash D) Committed suicide and homicide E) All of the above People on the Beach

  33. C) Smothered by gases and ash, being pummeled by rocks, pumice, and ash People on the Beach

  34. 10) What question did Sarah Bisel ask? What did the people of Herculaneum like to eat? Why did people stay in town at the time of the eruption? What types of jobs did the people of Herculaneum have at the time of the eruption? How did most of the people of Herculaneum live and die at the time of the eruption? All of the above People on the Beach

  35. D) How did most of the people of Herculaneum live and die at the time of the eruption? People on the Beach

  36. 11) What other question did Sarah Bisel have? How did the people of Herculaneum look? How did the people make their houses? Why did the eruption happen? Who was Pliny, the Younger People on the Beach

  37. A) How did the people of Herculaneum look? People on the Beach

  38. 12)How was Sarah Bisel’s reaction at the site differ from the ancient people’s? She was excited about the find and they were scared to death She was scared about the find and they were excited about the eruption She was excited about the find and they were transfixed, frozen, by the eruption She was transfixed, frozen, with the find and they were sad about losing their homes All of the above People on the Beach

  39. A) She was excited about the find and they were scared to death People on the Beach

  40. 13) How was Pliny’s uncle’s reaction different from the other people? He had a bath and went to sleep; the others sat up in terror He was calm; the others were scared He was running around screaming; the others were gathering their materials A and B All of the above People on the Beach

  41. D) A and B People on the Beach

  42. 14)How did Uncle Pliny die? He was left behind and was trampled He was suffocated by the fumes and gases He was hit in the head by a falling rock He was murdered All of the above People on the Beach

  43. B) He was suffocated by the fumes and gases People on the Beach

  44. 15) How was Pliny, the Younger able to survive the eruption? He was painting a picture at the time He was faster than his uncle and able to out run the lava, rocks, and gases He was in the Bay of Naples, far away from fumes and threatening rocks or lava He was at home in Rome All of the above People on the Beach

  45. C) He was in the Bay of Naples, far away from fumes and threatening rocks or lava People on the Beach

  46. 16) When the volcano erupted, what was the devastating part of the eruption? The falling hot pumice The pyroclastic surges: rocks, mud, and hot gas The burning lava The trampling people All of the above People on the Beach

  47. B) The pyroclastic surges: rocks, mud, and hot gas People on the Beach

  48. 17) Why was the volcano eruption worse for the people of Herculaneum rather than the people of Misenum? A) The town of Herculaneum was farther away from the volcano B) The town of Herculaneum was closer to the volcano C) The town of Misenum was closer to the volcano D) The town of Misenum was not affected by the volcano E) All of the above People on the Beach

  49. B) The town of Herculaneum was closer to the volcano People on the Beach

  50. 18)What were the signs that Mt. Vesuvius was going to erupt? There were no signs Earthquakes, nervous animals, dry wells, no birds They saw lava seeping out of the top or sides of the mountain The oracles told them that it was going to happen All of the above People on the Beach