QUIZ I LEVEL: EASY
(1) What type of vessel was the CSS Hunley:
(A) Bronze Age ship
(B) Mycenean trading ship
(C) Civil War Submarine
(D) Swedish Warship
(2) The majority of objects recovered from the ocean need to be preserved with special chemicals.
(3) Nautical archaeologist use submarines to:
(A) Map excavation sites.
(B) To secure the site from sharks and stinging jellyfish.
(C) Recover objects from shipwreck sites.
(D) To show visiting relatives what old ships look like.
Cleopatra's Palace became submerged because of a series of tidal waves
and earth quakes:
5. Crow's nest is:
(A) Nesting site for sea birds.
(B) Platform high up the ship mast, used to spot objects in the far distance.
(C) Small area in the back of the ship that sailors use for napping while on duty.
(D) Slang for ancient Bronze Age mariners sea hat.
6. A nautical archaeologist look for shipwrecks in:
(A) The Hadel Zone
(B) The Sea
(D) Both B and C
|7. The Belle was a Swedish Warship that sank on
it's maiden voyage:
(A) A profitable venture that doesn't hurt anyone.
(B) A scientific way to search for shipwrecks.
(A) The spine of the ship
(B) The front part of the ship
(C) The A storage space below the deck
(D) The frame of a ship without it's main structure
|10. To be a nautical archaeologist:
(A) You must be a professional diver
(B) You must know how to operate a submarine
(C) You must have a desire to solve difficult puzzles, put in long hours of careful research and have the soul of an adventurer.