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6. Which of the following would most likely be used by the leader as a badge of office in order to magnify his gestures? a. shrine b. stool c. fly-whisk d. saltcellar 7. Considerable literature exists today which describes, analyses, and interprets the meaning of rock art. Although precise meaning is still problematic, which of.
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11. The Tale of Genji supports the notion of the significant role played by which of the following in developing the painting style as seen in this scroll? a. court gentlemen b. court ladies c. Kamakura Shogunate d. Chinese Tang painters 12. A catastrophic fire occurred in 1949 and destroyed which of the following. a. interior.
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16. How does the Tale of Genji differ from its Chinese prototypes such as Gu Kaizhi's Admonitions scroll? a. it focuses on lessons in exemplary behaviors b. it focuses on imperial court etiquette as it relates to the Empress c. it focuses on emotionally charged personal relationships d. it focuses on diplomatic relations between.
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26. The artist, Master of the Symbolic Execution, has been identified as a master workshop artist from which of the following? a. Sapi b. Jenne c. Benin d. Igbo-Ukwu 27. What objects did Sapi artists create for export during the sixteenth century? a. gold statues b. brass altars c. ivory objects d. wooden masks 28. The Benin Altar of the.
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31. Large groups of ceramic sculpture dating between 1000 and 1600 CE have been excavated from which inland delta area? a. Congo b. Niger c. Tigris d. Nile 32. Which of the following European peoples established contact with the kingdom of Benin in the 1470s? a. Portuguese b. Spanish c. British d. French 33. Who or what does the leopard.
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48. (Figure 18-30) a. pipe figure b. gorget c. clay plate d. wall plaque 49. (Figure 18-21) a. Raimondi Stele b. Feline Stele c. Borgia Stele d. Sipán Stele 50. (Figure 18-22) a. Moche b. Chavín c. Nasca d. Paracas 51. (Figure 18-26) a. Maya b. Sipán c. Mixtec d. Olmec 52. (Figure 18-10A) a. Mayan b. Aztec c. Puebloan d. Cahokian     .
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26. Which of the groups below is often referred to as the "mother culture" of Mesoamerican Mexico? a. Olmecs b. Aztecs c. Maya d. Mixtecs 27. How is the Chavín horizon style now defined? a. the culmination of developments that began in Mexico b. the culmination of developments centered in Yucatán c. the culmination of developments, which began.
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16. Which of the following does the urban plan of Teotihuacán most resemble? a. Maya city planning b. Anasazi city planning c. Hellenistic and Roman city planning d. Olmec city planning 17. What does Maya architecture signify? a. power of the priesthood b. importance of the marriage alliance c. importance of the cult of the mason d. power of.
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41. (Figure 19-3) a. Ife b. Nok c. Igbo-Ukwu d. Benin 42. (Figure 19-4) a. Lydenburg b. Benin c. Nok d. Sapi 43. (Figure 19-2) a. Benin City b. Lagos c. Tassili d. Lalibela 44. (Figure 19-5) a. Benin b. Nok c. Igbo-Ukwu d. Ife 45. (Figure 19-3) a. wood b. terracotta c. copper-bronze d. ivory     .
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7. What is one interpretation for the conical towers at Great Zimbabwe? 8. What interpretation has been made regarding the seated bird on top of the soapstone monolith from Great Zimbabwe? 9. What is the speculation regarding the seated bird on top of the crocodile from the soapstone monolith at Great Zimbabwe?     .
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1. The earliest African sculpture in the round is from which of the following groups? a. Nok b. Ife c. Benin d. Sapi 2. A "horned headdress" on the running female from Tassili can signify which of the following? a. male power b. a mask c. ceremonial regalia d. combined male and animal powers 3. Tassili is in which of.
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43. (Figure 18-33) a. Mississippian b. Mimbres c. Ohio d. Adena 44. (Figure 18-34) a. Bonampak b. Tula c. Mesa Verde d. Teotihuacán 45. (Figure 18-32) a. Anasazi b. Mesa Verde c. Mississippian d. Adena 46. (Figure 18-9) a. Tikal b. Copán c. Teotihuacán d. Jaina 47. (Figure 18-23) a. Tikal b. Copán c. Huaca de los Reyes d. Nasca     .
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1. Which of the following is not part of the Mesoamerica region? a. Mexico b. Guatemala c. Bolivia d. Honduras 2. How did the division of labor affect Mesoamerican societies? a. It created a hierarchy which formed the social organization of the societies. b. It allowed for greater food production. c. It provided a greater variety of foods. d..
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53. (Figure 18-13) a. lost-wax bronze b. terra cotta c. polychromed ceramic d. carving 54. (Figure 18-33A) a. Pueblo Chaco b. Pueblo Bonito c. Pueblo Grande d. Pueblo Brasse 55. (Figure 18-30A) a. Mississippi b. Ohio c. Indiana d. Missouri 56. (Figure 18-7A) a. wood b. panel c. fresco d. mural     .
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 38. (Figure 18-28) a. Tula Tapestry b. Tikal Tapestry c. Lima Tapestry d. Caracas Tapestry 39. (Figure 18-27) a. Chile b. Bolivia c. Peru d. Ecuador 40. (Figure 18-6) a. Temple of Quetzalcóatl at Teotihuacán b. Temple of the Sun at Cuzco c. Temple of the Sun at Tiahuanaco d..
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31. The feathered serpent is one guise of which Mesoamerican Mexican deity? a. Quetzalcóatl b. Tlaloc c. Coatlicue d. Coyolxauhqui 32. Which of the following sites is not located in South America? a. Chavín de Huántar b. Tiwanaku c. Chichén Itzá d. Cuzco 33. Most extant objects from the Adena and Mississippian cultures were found in which of the following? a..
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1. Jan van Eyck's Giovanni Arnolfini and His Bride contains many symbols. Which of the following is an allusion to God? a. the dog b. the bedpost c. the whisk broom d. the mirror 2. In the 15th century, the Dukes of Burgundy wielded power over which of the following counties? a. Bavaria b. Flanders c. Galicia d. Lombardy 3..
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26. The sculptor who created the Shaka triad for the Horyuji Kondo was ____. a. Tori Busshi b. Shunjobo Chogen c. Lady Murasaki d. Fujiwara Yorimichi 27. Hiragana script became the primary script for court poetry during the Heian period. Originally this script served the needs of which of the following? a. women of the court b..
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35. (Figure 17-7) a. Amida Triad b. Shaka Triad c. Genji Triad d. Yakushi Triad 36. (Figure 17-18) a. Night Attack on Sanjo Palace b. Legends of Mount Shigi c. Tale of Genji d. Taizokai (Womb World) 37. (Figure 17-9) a. Jomon b. Asuka c. Kamakura d. Early Nara 38. (Figure 17-14) a. Late Heian b. Early Nara c. Kamakura d. Yayoi 39. (Figure 17-5) a. Kofun b. Yayoi c. Jomon d. Asuka     .
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21. Which of the following is a unique hybrid of African and European cultures? a. Benin whisks b. Sapi ivories c. Jenne figures d. Ife jewelry 22. The Niger River Delta has been likened to which of the following? a. Rome b. Greece c. Mesopotamia d. Aegean 23. The figural art of which culture is finely modeled with focused attention.
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40. (Figure 20-12) a. Dirk Bouts b. Jean Pucelle c. Hugo van der Goes d. Hans Memling 41. (Figure 20-6) a. Jan van Eyck b. Rogier van der Weyden c. Robert Campin d. Konrad Witz 42. (Figure 20-5) a. Creglingen Altarpiece b. Isenheim Altarpiece c. Portinari Altarpiece d. Ghent Altarpiece 43. (Figure 20-21) a. etching b. engraving c. woodcut d. relief     .
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11. West Mexican ceramics are noted for the small-scale narrative scenes including temples and houses with figurines shown in a variety of lively activities. Based on this information which of the following would support their value for analysis? a. They may provide informal glimpses into daily life. b. They may provide comparative.
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46. (Figure 19-13) a. wood b. terracotta c. copper-bronze d. ivory 47. (Figure 19-14) a. Sapi-Portuguese b. Benin c. Ife d. Nok 48. (Figure 19-12) a. copper-bronze b. terracotta c. soapstone d. wood 49. (Figure 19-13) a. Oba b. First Ancestor c. Great Goddess d. Queen Mother 50. (Figure 19-6) a. Ife b. Jenne c. Benin d. Sapi     .
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44. (Figure 20-14) a. tryptych b. diptych c. polyptych d. tapestry 45. (Figure 20-5A) a. Jan van Eyck b. Rogier van der Weyden c. Robert Campin d. Konrad Witz 46. (Figure 20-2A) a. France b. Germany c. Italy d. Austria 47. (Figure 20-14A) a. tryptych b. diptych c. polyptych d. tapestry     .
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11. Which of the following possessions would suggest the user holds a position of leadership? a. umbrella b. canoe c. feathered cloak d. silver spoon 12. Where do the Yoruba legends place their origins? a. Ile-Ife b. Benin City c. Igbo-Ukwu d. Tassili 13. Who are considered the ancestors of the Shona-speaking people? a. the people of Benin b. the people of.
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51. (Figure 19-13A) a. copper b. bronze c. brass d. gold 52. (Figure 19-4A) a. Ethiopia b. Nigeria c. Sierra Leone d. Great Zimbabwe 53. (Figure 19-6A) a. lead b. gold c. bronze d. Zinc brass 54. (Figure 19-7) a. water-bearer b. Scribe c. seated man d. King Ubwe     .
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 30. (Figure 17-16) a. Kamakura b. Nara c. Early Heian d. Asuka 31. (Figure 17-7) a. Shunjobo Chogen b. Standing Yakushi c. Tori Busshi d. Amida Buddha 32. (Figure 17-14) a. Legends of Mount Shigi b. Taizokai (Womb World) c. Tale of Genji d. jataka 33. (Figure 17-2) a. Jomon b. Heian c. Kamakura d..
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SLIDE IDENTIFICATION Select the response that identifies or corresponds best to the image on the screen. 36. (Figure 19-13) a. sixteenth century b. nineteenth century c. seventeenth century d. fifteenth century 37. (Figure 19-11) a. Benin b. Jenne c. Jeno d. Great Zimbabwe 38. (Figure 19-12) a. Benin b. Jenne c. Great Zimbabwe d. Nok 39. (Figure 19-10) a. Ethiopia b. Nigeria c. Sierra Leone d. Great Zimbabwe 40. (Figure 19-6) a. brass b..
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21. The Legends of Mount Shigi represents a different facet of narrative handscroll painting. It belongs to which of the following genres? a. pious Buddhist tales b. lascivious court tales c. journals of Japanese travelers to China d. historical accounts of Nara court members 22. Paintings and sculptures of the Amida Buddha descending with a.
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