This map presents three Native American masks accompanied by descriptions of how they were used. After examining the artifacts and reading the descriptions, choose which mask you think most closely resembles the mask you are analyzing.
This is the correct choice. Both this mask and the main artifact were made by the Haida, who generally created more colorful and symmetrical masks than the Iroquois or the Zuni. Haida masks also tend to present a more realistic representation of human facial features than the masks of the other two tribes. Click Proceed.
This is not the correct choice. This mask is shaped quite differently from the primary artifact. Additionally, it is made of different materials than the main mask, and does not have any additional decoration.
This is not the correct choice. The asymmetrical features of this mask differ from the more balanced elements of the main mask. The dark colors and the use of hair on the Iroquois mask also distinguish it from the primary artifact.