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WORLD CIVILIZATION SCAVENGER HUNT

		I.  GREECE AND THE HELLENISTIC WORLD (Chapter 6)

1.  Give the name of a Greek-American at El Centro and identify (student,  faculty, staff, etc.) - 5
points_________________________________________________________________________

2.  Give the name of a famous Greek-American alive in the  US today and identify. - 5 points
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3.  Write up to three Greek words and their English translations (5 points each)




4.  List the title, periodical, date, and other bibliographical information for an article listed in the
Readers' Guide to Periodicals about ancient Greece.  (10 points each)




5.  Ask up to three people not in the World Civilization class the questions listed below.  Indicate
their responses and name or identification. (5 points each)

	a.  Who was Socrates?




	b.  Who was Plato?




	c.  Who was Alexander the Great?



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6.  Write up to three URLs and a one or two sentence description of internet sites that relate to
the Classical Greek/Hellenistic World. (10 points each) Attach paper if needed.










7.  What is the library call number of the Iliad at El Centro College's Library?
(5 points)


8.  What is the library call number of the Odyssey at El Centro College's Library? (5 points)



9.  Where are the books listed in #8 and #9 shelved?  (5 points)



10.  Find resources in the REFERENCE SECTION ONLY  of El Centro's Library for the following
topics.  List the title and call number.  (10 points each):

	a.  Cyrus the Great



	b.  Greek Authors


	
	c.  Classical Greek Philosophy



	d.  Greek art



11.  Locate, copy (xerox, handwritten, etc.), and attach: (10 points each)
	a.  a poem by Sappho
	b.  picture of a Greek/Hellenistic work of art
	c.  picture of a Greek woman
	d.  picture of modern Athens
	e.  an Aesop fable
	f.   a recipe for a Greek dish
	g.  a picture of classical Greek architecture




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12.  Locate a resource in the El Centro Library for the following: (10 points each) - It may be a
whole book, part of a book (check indexes), or article.  It may be reserve or circulation resources. 
Indicate the title, call number, and other identifying information.
	a.  Pericles
	


	b.  Persian Wars
	


	c.  Peloponnesian War
			


	d.  Archimedes

	

	e.  Ptolemy



	f.  Pythagoras

	

	g.  Sophocles
	


	h.  Aristophanes
	


	i.  The Ancient Olympics



	j.  The Dorians



	k.  Herodotus



 
13.  Locate, copy (xerox), and attach a map of Alexander the Great's conquests.  (10 points)

14.  Locate a primary resource (document or artifact) that could be used in the study of ancient
Greece. (10 points)  Indicate the title, type of resource, where located.



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15.  Locate a videorecording about Greece/Hellenistic Period available through the DCCCD
catalog (online).  Give the title and location of the film.  (15 points)


16.  Summarize (on your own paper) a Greek myth.  Give your resource.  (10 points)

17.  List three Greek plays with playwright.  (5 points each)






18.  List up to ten Greek gods/goddesses and their roles.  (3 points each)  







		WORLD CIVILIZATION SCAVENGER HUNT
II.  INDIA'S GOLDEN AGE (Chapter 7)
		  This is not American Indians...

1.  Give the name of an (East) Indian or Indian-American at El Centro (student,  faculty, staff,
etc.) - 5 points
2.  Give the name of a famous (East) Indian-American alive in  the US today. - 5 points
3.  Attach a recipe for a (East) Indian dish (xerox, handwritten, whatever...) - 10 points
4.  Write three Indian words and their English translations (10 points each)
5.  List the title, periodical, date, and other bibliographical information for three articles listed in
the Readers' Guide to Periodicals about India's history.  (10 points each)
6.  Ask up to three people not in the World Civilization class the questions listed below and
indicate their responses and name: (5 points each response)
	a.  Where are the Himalaya Mountains?
	b.  What is karma?
	c.  Who was Buddha?

7.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to India
History. (10 points each)
8.  Find up to three resources in the REFERENCE SECTION  of the library that would be useful
in the the study of India's history.  List title and call number.  (10 points each)
9.  Locate, copy (xerox, handwritten, etc.), and attach: (10 points each)
	a.  a picture of a religious image in India
	b.  a picture of a stupa
	c.  a picture of Buddha
	d.  picture of a Indian woman
	e.  picture of modern India
	f.  an Indian poem or  fable
10.  Locate a resource in the El Centro Library for the following: (10 points each) - It may be a
whole book or just part of a book.  Check indexes.  Indicate the title and call number below
	a.  Chandragupta Maurya
	b.  Ashoka
	c.  The Kushanas
	d.  Women in India
	e.  Vatsayana
11.  Locate a primary resource that could be used in the study of India's history. (10 points)
Indicate title, type of resource, location.
12.  Locate a videorecording about India available through the DCCCD catalog (online).  Give
the title and location of the film.  (10 points)
13.  Survey the El Centro Library's collection relating to Buddhism and Hinduism.  Write a
bibliographical essay describing what you find.  (30 points per page)
14.  Survey the DCCCD's collection relating to Buddhism and Hinduism.  Write a bibiliographical
essay describing what you find.  Critique the collection.  (30 points per page)






	WORLD CIVILIZATION SCAVENGER HUNT
III.  ROMAN EMPIRE (Chapter 8)
1.  Give the name of an Italian-American at El Centro (student,  faculty, staff, etc.) - 5 points
2.  Give the name of a famous Italian-American alive in the  US today. - 5 points
3.  Attach a recipe for an Italian dish (xerox, handwritten, whatever...) - 10 points
4.  Write three Latin words and their English translations (10 points each)
5.  List the title, periodical, date, and other bibliographical information for three articles listed in
the Readers' Guide to Periodicals about the Roman Empire.  (10 points each)
6.  Ask up to three people not in the World Civilization class the questions listed below and
indicate their responses and name: (5 points each response)
	a.  Who was Julius Caesar?
	b.  Where was Carthage?
	c.  What is a republic?
7.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to  the
Roman Empire. (10 points each)
8.  What is the call number (like Dewey Decimal, etc.) of the Aeneid at El Centro College's
Library? (5 points)
9.  What is the call number of Shakespeare's  Julius Caesar at El Centro College's Library? (5
points)
10.  Where are the books listed in #7 and #8 shelved?  (5 points)
11.  Find resources in the REFERENCE SECTION  of the library for the following topics.  List the
title and call number.  (10 points each):
	a.  Cleopatra
	b.  Early Chrisianity
	c.  Roman Mythology
12.  Locate up to ten words with Latin etomologies that are commonly used English words.  (5
points each) 
13.  Locate, copy (xerox, handwritten, etc.), and attach: (10 points each)
	a.  a poem by Horace
	b.  a Roman myth
	c.  a poem by Ovid
	d.  picture of a Roman woman
	e.  picture of modern Rome
14.  Locate a resource in the El Centro Library for the following: (10 points each) - It may be a
whole book or just part of a book.  Check indexes.  Indicate the title and call number.
	a.  Vergil
	b.  Gladiators
	c.  Roman Warfare
	d.  Augustus (Octavian)
	e.  Nero
	f.  Jesus of Nazareth
15.  Give the title of a work by Cicero and location in El Centro's library: (10 points)
16.  Locate and copy (xerox) a map of the Roman Empire at its peak.  (10 points)
17.  Locate a primary resource that could be used in the study of the Roman Empire.
Indicate title, type of resource, location (10 points)
18.  Locate a videorecording about the Roman Empire available through the DCCCD catalog
(online).  Give the title and location of the film.  (10 points)
19.  Survey the holdings in the El Centro Library relating to the history of Christianity.
Summarize your findings in a bibliographical essay.  30 points per page.
20.  Survey the holdings in the DCCCD collections relating to the history of Christianity. 
Summarize your findings in a bibliographical essay.  Critique the collection.  30 points per page.
	WORLD CIVILIZATION SCAVENGER HUNT
IV.  The Americas   (Chapter 9)
Native American and American Indian refers to any indigenous peoples of the New World.
1.  Give the name of an American Indian (Native American) at El Centro (student,  faculty, staff,
etc.) - 5 points
2.  Give the name of a famous American Indian alive in the  US today. - 5 points
3.  Attach a recipe for a Native American dish (xerox, handwritten, whatever...) - 10 points
4.  Write three Native American words, the language, and their English translations (10 points
each)
5.  List the title, periodical, date, and other bibliographical information for three articles listed in
the Readers' Guide to Periodicals about Maya civilization.  (10 points each)
6.  Ask up to three people not in the World Civilization class the questions listed below and
indicate their responses and name: (5 points each response)
	a.  Where is mesoamerica?
	b.  Where is the Amazon River
	c.  What is Tikal?
7.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to  Olmec
history. (10 points each)
8. Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to Maya
history. (10 points each)
 9.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to 
Anasazi history. (10 points each)
10.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to 
Cahokia and/or Mississippian cultures. (10 points each)
11.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that relate to Tikal. 
(10 points each)
12.  Find resources in the REFERENCE SECTION  of the library for the following topics.  List the
title and call number.  (10 points each):
	a.  Indigenous Peoples of the Americas
	b.  South America
13.  Locate samples of Maya writing, copy a character (glyph), and explain its meaning.  (10
points)
14.  Locate, copy (xerox, handwritten, etc.), and attach: (10 points each)
	a.  a picture of Maya pyramid	b.  a picture of an Olmec artifact
	c.  a picture of an Anasazi village
	d.  a picture of a mound or other earthwork by indigenous Americans
	e.  a picture of modern mesoamerica	f.  a picture of the Andes Mountains
	g.  a picture of an artifact from Chavin culture
	h.  a story of origins by any indigenous American people
15.  Locate a resource in the El Centro Library for the following: (10 points each) - It may be a
whole book or just part of a book.  Check indexes.  Indicate the title and call number.
	a.  folsom or clovis points
	b.  Amazon River
	c.  Pacal of Palenque
	d.  Chichen Itza
	e.  Toltecs
	f.  Adena-Hopewell cultures
16.  Locate and copy (xerox) a map of known Maya structures.  (10 points)
17.  Locate a primary resource that could be used in the study of early civilizations of the
Americas. (10 points)  Indicate title, type of resource, location
18.  Locate a videorecording about early civilizations in the Americas available through the
DCCCD catalog (online).  Give the title and location of the film.  (10 points)
	WORLD CIVILIZATION SCAVENGER HUNT
V.  Spread of Peoples (Chapter 10)

1.  Give the name of a native-born African at El Centro (student,  faculty, staff, etc.) - 5 points
2.  Give the name of a famous Irish-American alive in the US today. - 5 points
3.  Give the name of a German-American at El Centro (student,faculty, staff, etc.) - 5 points
4.  Give the name of a famous Scandinavian alive in the US today. - 5 points
5.  Give the name of a Vietnamese-American at El Centro (student, faculty, staff, etc.) - 5 points
6.  Give the name of a famous Japanese-American alive in the US today. - 5 points
7.  Give the name of a Pacific/Oceania-American (Polynesian, Micronesian, Samoan, Filipino,
	Australian, etc.) at El Centro. 5 points
8.  Attach a recipe or recipes for African, German, Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, or Polynesian
dishes (xerox, handwritten, whatever...) - 10 points each
4.  Write three African words, the language,  and their English translations (10 points each)
6.  Write three German like above.
7.  Write three Japanese like #4.
8.  Write three Vietnamese like #4.
9.  Write three Swedish like #4.
10.  Write three Gaelic like #4.
11.  List the title, periodical, date, and other bibliographical information for three articles listed in
the Readers' Guide to Periodicals about African history.  (10 points each)
12.  Ask up to three people not in the World Civilization class the questions listed below and
indicate their responses and name: (5 points each response)
	a.  Where is Stonehenge?
	b.  Where is Mount Fuji?
	c.  Where is Samoa?
13.  Write up to three URLs and a one sentence description of internet sites that related to 
Australian history. (10 points each)
13. Find resources in the REFERENCE SECTION  of the library for the following topics.  List the
title and call number.  (10 points each):
	a.  The Hawaiian Islands
	b.  African Geography
14. Locate, copy (xerox, handwritten, etc.), and attach: (10 points each)
	a.  picture of African artword
	b.  picture of traditional Scot costume
	c.  picture of a German woman
	d.  picture of a Shinto shrine
	e.  a myth of origins
	f.   picture of Fiji or Tonga
15  Locate a resource in the El Centro Library for the following: (10 points each) - It may be a
whole book or just part of a book.  Check indexes.  Indicate the title and call number.
	a.  The Sahara Desert
	b.  Ancient Mali
	c.  Axum
	d.  linguistics
	e.  Bulgaria
	f.  New Guinea
16  Locate a primary resource that could be used in the study of African history. 10 points
Indicate title, type of resource, location
18.  Locate a videorecording about Africa, Oceania, or Southeast Asia available through the
DCCCD catalog (online).  Give the title and location of the film.  (10 points)