Stone Age—Ancient History

1. According to the excavated
evidence, the domestication of
animal began in—
(A) Lower Palaeolithic period
(B) Middle Palaeolithic period
(C) Upper Palaeolithic period
(D) Mesolithic period.

2. In Mesolithic context, evidence
of animal domestication has been
found at [UPPCS (Spl) (Pre) 2008]
(A) Langhnaj
(B) Birbhanpur
(C) Adamgarh
(D) Chopani Mando.

3. Robert Bruce Foote, who discov-
ered first Palaeolithic tool in India,
was a/an [UP Lower Sub. (Pre) 2015]
(A) Geologist
(B) Archaeologist
(C) Paleobotanist
(D) Both (A) and (B).

4. The three-age system, divided into
stone, bronze and iron from the
collection of Copenhagen museum
was coined by [UPPCS (Pre) 2010]
(A) Thomson (B) Lubbock
(C) Taylor
(D) Childe.

5. From which one of the following
sites bone implements have been
(A) Chopani Mando
(B) Kakoria
(C) Mahadaha
(D) Sarai Nahar Rai.

6. Bone ornaments in the Mesolithic
context in India have been obtained
from [UPRO/ARO (Mains) 2013]
(A) Sarai Nahar Rai
(B) Mahadaha
(C) Lekhahia
(D) Chopani Mando.

7. Three human skeletons in a single grave were recovered at—

(A) Sarai Nahar Rai
(B) Damdama
(C) Mahadaha
(D) Langhnaj .

8. The cultivation of cereals first
started in [UPPCS (Mains) 2005]
(A) Neolithic Age
(B) Mesolithic Age
(C) Palaeolithic Age
(D) Proto-Historic Age.

9. The earliest evidence of man in
India is found in—
(A) Nilgiri Hills
(B) Shiwalik Hills
(C) Nallamala Hills
(D) Narmada Valley.

10. The first cereal used by man was
[UPPCS (Pre) 1997]
(A) Wheat
(B) Rice
(C) Barley
(D) Sorghum.

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