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1

What was is armour made from?

Reconstructed and moulded tin.

2

Where did he live?

North-east Victoria, Australia.

3

Was there a reward offered for his capture? If so, how much?

Yes, 500 pounds.

4

Where was he finally captured?

Glenrowan Hotel

5

How did he die and when?

He was hanged on November the 11, 1880

6

Explain why he is viewed as a 'hero'.

He fought for what he believed was justice and supported his friends and family.

7

Name the Australian artist who painted a series of works about this Australian legend.

Sidney Nolan

8

How many paintings are in the series?

27

9

Lost two symbols in these works that represent the Australian culture.

Dry, barren land as well as the bush and clear, blue skies.

10

List two words that would describe the style of this series of artworks.

Bright, stylised.

11

What was the chief influence of Egyptian art?

Religion

12

What was their form of writing called?

Hyroglyphics

13

In Egyptian art, what is a register?

The register is ruled lines used to make their writing and art the same and even.

14

Name the plant their paper was made from.

Papyrus reed

15

Name their most important god.

Re, the sun god.

16

When did Egypt begin?

Around 3000 BC

17

What river is located in Egypt?

The Nile.

18

What did Ancient Egyptians not have to do unlike their prehistoric ancestors?

They did not need to spend their lives searching for food or trying to survive.

19

What did this mean for Egyptian society, what did they have time to do?

They had more time to think about life and death and make things such as jewellery, art and glass ware.

20

List 2 rules within Egyptian art.

Heads, bodies and legs are shown profile but the shoulders face forwards.

The size of the people in the painting showed how important they were. Biggest being the most important.

21

Who is the famous Australian bush ranger we studied?

New Kelly