Please refer to Bricks, Beads and Bones Class 12 History Important Questions with solutions provided below. These questions and answers have been provided for Class 12 History based on the latest syllabus and examination guidelines issued by CBSE, NCERT, and KVS. Students should learn these problem solutions as it will help them to gain more marks in examinations. We have provided Important Questions for Class 12 History for all chapters in your book. These Board exam questions have been designed by expert teachers of Standard 12.
Class 12 History Important Questions Bricks, Beads and Bones
Very Short Answer Questions :
Question: Terracotta models of the plough have been found at which sites in Indus valley Civilization?
Answer: 1. Cholistan
Question: Who was the first professional archaeologist to work in India?
Answer: John Marshall
Question: Weights were generally made in which form?
Answer: Cubical with No markings.
Question: Where was water reserve found in Indus valley Civilization .
Question: Who has written “The story of India Archaeology”
Short Answer Questions :
Question: What value do you attach to the work of Sir John Marshall in leaving India three thousand years older than he had found her?
Answer:- He was the director general of Archaeological Survey of India
– By his effort it was proved that there existed a great civilization in India which was contemporary of Mesopotamia.
– For this great – work we attach the value of thank fullness, indebtedness
Question: How do we know about the social differences among the Harappans?
Answer:- By study of the structure of burials and things found from these burials. By classifying artifacts into useful and luxurious things.
Question: Mention any four items found in the graves of the Harappans?
Answer:- Jewellary of both men and women ornaments consisting of three shell rings, a jasper (Semi precious Stones) Beads and copper mirror.
Question: How you can say that there was a break between the early Harappan and the late Harappan Civilization?
Answer:- There is evidence of large scale burning at some places or sites.
– The abandonment of certain settlements.
– Some drastic change we can see in town planning, drainage system and other patterns.
Question: How did the Harappans obtain red colour of carnelian?
Answer:- Harappans obtained red colour of carnelian by firing the yellowish raw material and beads at various stages of production.