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  11. In works such as the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus (fig. 5.8), the various Bible stories depicted were intended to __________. A.demonstrate the artist’s skill in portraying the human form in accurate proportions B.provide the details of a story for an illiterate audience C.entertain with their fanciful tales D.focus on the drama of the.
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  11. Jacques-Louis David’s theme in The Oath of the Horatii (fig. 16.11) is __________. A.Roman heroic stoicism and high principles B.the pledging of eternal love C.the swearing in of Napoleon D.none of the above E.both A and C 12. Jean-Antoine Houdon’s George Washington (fig. 16.14). symbolized the states by __________. A.the number “13” in the corner.
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  1. Marie de France best known for her __________. A.lais B.romance C.poems D.medieval dramas E.mystery plays 2. The __________ are not an Anglo-Saxon tribe. A.Angles B.Jutes C.Saxons D.Celts E.all of the above 3. The earliest monastic guidelines were provided by __________. A.St. Augustine B.St. Francis of Assisi C.St. Thomas Aquinas D.St. Benedict E.Hildegard of Bingen 4. __________ contains the texts of the four gospels in Latin. A.Book of Kells B.Caedmon’s.
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  1. Ralph Waldo Emerson called himself a(n) __________. A.Realist B.Renaissance man C.Transcendentalist D.Impressionist E.Neoclassicist 2. The novel __________ by Robert Louis Stevenson embodies the conflict between the classical mind and the new Romantic mind. A.Walden B.Moby Dick C.Treasure Island D.The Scarlet Letter E.Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde 3. Both Goya’s The Third of May (fig. 17.1) and Théodore Géricault’s Raft of.
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  11. __________ preoccupation with violence and war in his writing may correspond to the fact that he was born in a time of civil war and grew up in a period of foreign wars and political strife. A. Sallustus’ B.Livy’s C.Tacitus’ D.Horace E.Suetonius’ 12. In the Republic of Rome plebeians initially depended on the.
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  1. The  composer __________ is most closely associated with the “new Rome” of the High Renaissance. A.Guillaume Dufay B.Antonio da Cividale C.Josquin des Pr?s D.Antonius Romanus E.Leonel Power 2. __________ was the first great figure of Italian Renaissance letters. A.Dante Alighieri B.Petrarch C.Niccolò Macchiavelli D.Baldassare Castiglione E.none of the above 3. __________ founded the Platonic Academy of Philosophy in Florence. A.Pico della Mirandola B.Lorenzo.
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  11.The Tale of Genji is attributed to Tori Busshi. 12.The Kamakura period ended in civil war in 1333 C.E. 13.The gods of the Shinto religion are called kami. 14.Emaki-mano refers to the rituals of the Japanese tea ceremony. 15.Wabi or “lonely seclusion” is associated with Taoism. 16.In Pure Land Buddhism the devotee must walk around.
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  21. The Essays written by __________ are a stunning example of Renaissance individualism grounded in humanism. A.Erasmus B.Martin Luther C.Montaigne D.William Shakespeare E.Kit Marlowe 22. Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing is a __________. A.comedy B.history C.tragedy D.romance E. mystery 23. __________ was the most important satirical work of the Renaissance. A.Erasmus’s The Praise of Folly B.William Shakespeare’s Hamlet C.Benvenuto Cellini’s Autobiography D.John Calvin’s Institutes E.Martin.
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  1. The Bowl (fig. 6.9) from __________ is a good example of the effects of the Silk Route trade on Islamic aesthetic. A.India B.Iran C.China D.Rome E.none of the above 2. The hundreds of __________ in the interior of the mosque at Cordova in Spain are one of its most  notable features. A.prayer rugs B.statues C.fountains D.columns E.plants 3. Islam spread rapidly.
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  1. Which of the following does not describe the early kouros. A.Originally painted B.Influenced by Egypt C.Freestanding D.Contains a supporting back pillar E.Is a figure of a bird 2. The __________ is the most ancient of the Aegean civilizations. A.Minoan B.Mycenaean C.Geometric Greek D.Cycladic E.Sumerian 3. Before Athens came to dominate pottery manufacture, __________ was the biggest vaseproducing city in Greece. A.Sparta B.Delphi C.Thessalonica D.Neapolis.
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  11. __________ painted The Night Watch (fig. 15.14) in 1642 to represent the Amsterdam civic guard. A.Pieter de Hooch B.Peter Paul Rubens C.Judith Leyster D.Clara Peeters E.Rembrandt van Rijn 12. __________ composed The Four Seasons. A.Claudio Monteverdi B.Johann Sebastian Bach C.Arcangelo Corelli D.Antonio Vivaldi E.Joseph Haydn 13. __________ is the most celebrated painting of Diego Velázquez in part because of the.
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  21. In Dante’s Inferno, the most grievous and heinous of sinners are punished more severely than those who committed less odious crimes in life. In this regard, Dante’s poem is indebted to the theology  of __________. A.St. Augustine B.St. Benedict C.St. Francis of Assisi D.St. Thomas Aquinas E.Thomas Beckett 22. I.M. Pei designed a(n) __________ to.
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  1. The statue of Coatlicue (fig. 10.7) is from the __________ civilization. A.Incan B.Aztec C.Mayan D.Olmec E.Moche 2. The works of the __________ culture is among the earliest Mesoamerican art that has been found. A. Aztecs B.Olmecs C.Toltecs D.Zapotecs E.Mixtecs 3. The Great Serpent Mound (fig. 10.15) in Adams County, Ohio, was built by the __________ people. A. Aztec B.Adena C.Mayan D.Moche E.Northwest Coast 4. The.
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  11. The earliest burial places of the Old Kingdom Egyptian nobility were called __________, flat-topped one-story rectangular buildings with slanted walls. A.pyramids B.serdabs C.mortuary temples D.mastabas E.huts 12. Scholars were able to decipher Egyptian writing by comparing the three  languages included on the __________. A.Palette of Narmer B.Rosetta Stone C.Stepped Pyramid of Zoser D.Book of the Dead E.wall relief of Ti.
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  11. Which of the following associations does not match what we know about the Classical Orders? A. Doric: oldest and simplest B.Ionic: volutes C.Corinthian: abacus and echinus D.Doric: metope E.Ionic: continuous frieze 12. Which of the following describes Laocoön and His Sons (fig. 3.20)? A.Only rediscovered in 1506 in Rome B.Displays great energy, induced by agony C.The subject.
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  1. The American writer __________ was influenced by the Bhagavad Gita. A.Ralph Waldo Emerson B.Henry David Thoreau C.Mark Twain D.Walt Whitman E.Emily Dickinson 2. __________ is the divine source of all being in the Hindu religion. A.Brahman B.Sakyamuni C.Mahavira D.Shiva E.Ganesha 3. According to Benton and DiYanni, __________ is the most significant legacy of ancient India. A.its temple design B.its political system C.its sculpture D.the.
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  1. It is thought that the __________ was used for Old Kingdom tombs because, as one of the most stable geometric forms, it symbolized permanence to ancient Egyptians. A. circle B.cube C.sphere D.pyramid E.cone 2. During the New Kingdom, burial in __________ replaced burial in pyramids. A.the temple B.rock-cut tombs C.a courtyard in the palace D.the city square E.none of.
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  11. Ancient Olmec art is associated with __________. A.pyramids B.vase painting C.stone carving D.temples E.bronze casting 12. A __________ is an elaborate ceremony hosted by the chief in Northwest Coast groups of  North America. A.kiva B.potlatch C.geoglyph D.“flower song” E.Bahlum 13. The Head of an Iyoba (fig. 10.19) represents a king of the people of __________. A.Mexico B.Ethiopia C.Peru D.Zimbabwe E.Benin 14. Ancient inhabitants of the.
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  21. The Ice Age tribal hunters who migrated into the Americas came from __________. A. Asia B.Africa C.Europe D.Greenland E.Anarctica 22. The __________ record(s) the history of the Palenque kings. A.Tikal temple-pyramids B.Peruvian huacas C.Pyramid of the Sun D.Temple of Quetzalcoatl E.Temple of Inscriptions 23. __________ is associated with the Incan culture. A.Mesa Verde B.Temple of Inscriptions C.Great Serpent Mound D.Machu Picchu E.The Cahokia site 24..
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  11. Just inside the Lion Gate (fig. 2.6) archaeologists excavated six shaft graves with many spectacular items made of __________. A.gold B.silver C.bronze D.all of the above E.both A and C 12. The __________ is the most distinctive architectural element in Minoan architecture. A.column B.arch C.window design D.shape of the roof E.all of the above 13. The Geometric period of ancient Greek.
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  1. Developments in ideas about the structure of the __________, especially in proving that it is divisible, occurred in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. A.microscope B.treatment of animals by humans C.atom D.third dimension E.both A and B 2. Claude Debussy was to nineteenth-century French music what Pierre-Auguste Renoir was to nineteenth-century French __________. A.literature B.architecture C.painting D.philosophy E.sculpture 3..
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  1. John Donne’s A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning, is recognized for its extended analogy comparing lovers to __________. A.a sunrise B.a telescopic lens C.trees in a forest D.the two feet of a geometrician’s compass E.planets in orbit 2. In the seventeenth century, a distinctly secular brand of Baroque painting emerged in __________. A.Spain B.Holland C.Germany D.Portugal E. Greece 3. Bernini’s David (fig. 15.4).
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  21. The  Council of Trent suggested that religious art be directed toward all of the following  except __________. A.clarity B.elegance C.emotion D.realism E.none of the above 22. __________, a child prodigy who was selling works by the age of ten, is one of the most celebrated still life painters of the Baroque in France. A.Diego Velázquez B.Mary Beale C.Rembrandt.
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  1. Thomas Morley favored __________ in which a single melody is employed with harmonic support.  A. disputations B.homophonic texture C.motets D.oratorios E.sonnets 2. The central panel in Robert Campin’s Mérode Altarpiece (fig. 14.1) depicts the __________. A. Resurrection B.Creator C.salvation and redemption of humankind D.Temptation E.Annunciation 3. __________ wrote Ninety-five Theses, which became a rallying cry for the Reformation, .
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  1. In the philosophy of __________ the individual must accept whatever fortune brings; all the person can do  is exercise control over her or his own will. A.Epicureanism B.Cynicism C.Stoicism D.Platonism E.Aristotelianism 2. The two major disasters to strike Athens in the late fifth century B.C.E. were __________. A.earthquake and famine B.plague and war C.drought and civic unrest D.volcanic eruption.
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  11. Georges Seurat employed the __________ technique in Sunday Afternoon on La Grande Jatte (fig. 18.10). A.color field B.tenebrist C.theatrical D.pointillist E.action painting 12. __________ sculpted The Thinker (fig. 18.15). A.Auguste Rodin B.Lorenzo Ghiberti C.Donatello D.Berthe Morisot E.Camille Claudel 13. __________ is known as the “father of abstract art.” A.Claude Monet B.Henri Matisse C.Paul Cézanne D.Paul Gauguin E.Vincent van Gogh 14. Art nouveau favored forms derived from __________. A.nature B.mathematics C.pop culture D.astronomy E.classical.
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  1. The Gothic style first developed around __________. A.1080 B.1140 C.1420 D.1272 E.1055 2. Duccio is to Siena as Giotto is to __________. A.Pisa B.Milan C.Ghent D.Paris E.Padua 3. The Cathedral of Notre-Dame (figs. 12.3 and 12.4) in Paris is an example of the __________.  A. Early Gothic B.High Gothic C.Rayonnant Gothic D.Flamboyant Gothic E.Late Romanesque 4. The__________ was the most celebrated literary work of the Middle.
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  21. Berlioz is to the orchestra as Chopin is to the __________. A.violin B.trumpet C.flute D.oboe E.piano 22. Eadweard Muybridge’s sequence studies led to the invention of the __________. A.automobile B.motion picture C.phonograph D.morse code E.radio 23. The American painter __________, who was greatly influenced by photography, was dedicated to the accurate presentation of the human body in motion. A.Edward Hopper B.Thomas Eakins C.Winslow Homer D.Thomas.
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1. Etruscan tombs contain the remains of __________. A.beloved pets B.family groups C.conquered enemies D.none of the above E.all of the above 2. Art historians have identified __________ different styles of Roman wall painting. A. six B.two C.three D.four E.ten 3. Horace was the most important writer of __________, which is a type of lyric poem that is made up.
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  11. The theme of a large portion of nineteenth-century literature is __________. A.good manners B.our ignorance of things C.patriotism D.survival E.family values 12. __________wrote Wuthering Heights which is a perfect encapsulation of the Romantic sensibility in the “violence of its scenes and the extravagance of its style.” A.Emily Brontë B.Jane Austen C.Samuel Taylor Coleridge D.John Keats E.Emily Dickinson 13. __________.
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  11. Taoist architecture employs __________. A.intricate designs B.wood in its natural state C.lacquered wood D.ceremonial details E.cloisonné 12. __________ is(are) the earliest known Chinese literature. A.Prose tales B.Epic poetry C.Lyric poetry D.Novellas E. Sagas 13. The most numerous and important Shang artifacts are made of __________. A.wood B.gold C.bronze D.jade E.silver 14. Li Song’s The Red Cliff (fig. 8.10) visualizes the prose poetry of __________, “in.
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  21. __________ composed The Symphony of the Harmony of Celestial Revelations. A.Bernart de Ventadorn B.Chrétien de Troyes C.Marie de France D.Hildegard of Bingen E.Cappelanus 22. An early version of feudalism was instituted by __________. A.St. Benedict B.King Philip Augustus C.King John D.Richard the Lionheart E.Charlemagne 23. __________ wrote the Chevalier de la Charette, a romance narrative. A.Chrétien de Troyes B.Arnaut Daniel C.Beatrice, Countess of Dia D.Bernart.
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  33.Discuss what you think are the most important compositional aspects of the scene in which Mrs. Kane is signing the papers to send Charles away. How do they work together to create not only visual complexity, but also to give us the maximum information needed to understand that scene? 34.Select a.
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  1. Humans, as portrayed in Byzantine mosaics, __________. A.are not necessarily intended to be recognizable portraits of specific individuals B.possess big dark eyes C.have long noses D.all of the answers E.are depicted with small mouths 2. __________ was not a popular theme for catacomb paintings. A.Noah and the Ark B.The Crucifixion C.Moses D.Jonah and the Whale E.Susana 3. __________ was the most.
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  21.The Minoan culture was centered on the island of Thasos. 22.The term polis means “house.” 23.Heinrich Schliemann was the archaeologist who found Troy and worked at Mycenae. 24.The Geometric period spans the years between c. 600 and 485 B.C.E. 25.Red-figure is a style of Minoan pottery. 26.Ashlar is a type of masonry featuring stone.
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  11. One of the most virulent attacks on religious objects occurred in England where King Henry VIII ordered the destruction of monasteries in 1535. His systematic destruction of architecture associated with religion is an example of __________. A.patriotism B.iconoclasm C.etching D.both A and B E.none of the above 12. __________ are an examples of the secular.
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  11. __________ is an example of the Flamboyant Gothic style. A.Notre-Dame, Reims B.Notre-Dame, Chartres  C. Saint-Maclou, Rouen D.Sainte-Chapelle, Paris E.Royal Abbey, Saint Denis 12. Early Gothic is represented by __________. A.Chapel of Henry VII B.Florence Cathedral C.Salisbury Cathedral D.Notre-Dame, Paris E.Wells Cathedral 13. The Hundred Years’ War involved __________. A.Italy and Germany B.England and Flanders C.France and Italy D.Greece and Spain E.France and England 14. The.
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  1. The purpose of the army of terra cotta figures found buried in the mausoleum of the first Qin emperor was to __________. A.march ceremoniously B.scare off grave robbers C.pay tribute to the emperor D.prevent evil spirits from taking the emperor’s soul E.serve the ruler in the afterlife 2. __________ was the founder of Taoism. A.Lipo B.Laozi C.Confucius D.Buddha E.Mahavira 3..
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  21. Which of the following statements is true of New Kingdom temples? A.One of the largest is at Luxor B.The temples were considered the home of the gods C.They were constructed using the post and lintel system D.The entire temple complex was essentially symmetrical  and organized around a longitudinal axis E.all of the above 22. __________.
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  21. In Tintoretto’s version of The Last Supper (fig. 13.28) __________ helps draw our attention  to Christ. A. glaze B.geometry C.color D.light E.people pointing 22. The technique found in Lorenzo Ghiberti’s The Creation of Adam and Eve  (fig. 13.6) in which events are presented simultaneously that took place sequentially is called __________. A.verisimilitude B.vanishing point C.chiaroscuro D.continuous narration E.sfumato 23..
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  1. A model of the warrior culture of Japan in the Kamakura period is __________. A.Shokintei B.illustration of The Tale of Genji C.Minamoto no Yoritomo D.Noh Mask: Ko-omote E.all of the above 2. Horyu-ji (fig. 9.3) is a(the) __________. A.tea ceremony B.achievement of enlightenment C.narrative handscroll D.oldest wooden temple in the world E.form of Japanese music 3. __________ is considered the.
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  11. The tympanum at Vezelay (fig. 11.13) portrays the __________. A.Birth of Jesus B.Last Judgment C.Mission of the Apostles D.Apocalypse E.Acts of the Saints 12. The greatest of the Anglo-Saxon Germanic epics is __________. A.Caedmon’s Hymn B.The Book of Kells C.Beowulf D.Song of Roland E.Lindisfarne Gospels 13. __________ is the architectural style of all five of the great pilgrimage churches. A.Gothic B.Classical C.Byzantine D.Romanesque E.Carolingian d, page.
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  1. Franz Joseph Haydn’s “Farewell” Symphony no. 45 was conceived as an explicit protest at the living conditions at the __________ palace. A.Vienna B.Basel C.Berlin D.Eisenstadt E. Versailles 2. The __________ style is marked by a shift in court taste from the poussiniste  style to a more  rubéniste one. A. Rococo B.Mannerism C.Baroque D.Neoclassicism E.Romanticism 3. A symphony consists of.
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  21.The Enlightenment was a period in which a group of intellectuals called philosophes believed that through reason, humanity could achieve a perfect society. 22.Carolus Linnaeus developed the biological classification system used to identify species that is still in use today. 23.Ludwig van Beethoven’s body of music moves one from an era of.
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  11. __________ is(are) unattainable in Petrarch’s sonnets. A.God B.The self C.Laura D.His parents E. Salvation 12. __________ painted a number of frescoes in the monastery of San Marco, Florence, including  an Annunciation (fig. 13.12). A.Leonardo da Vinci B.Sandro Botticelli C.Piero della Francesca D.Masaccio E.Fra Angelico 13. The major landmark of Florence, the __________, was designed by Filippo Brunelleschi. A.Ponte Vecchio bridge B.Loggia.
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  11. __________ is perhaps the most famous of Hindu icons and has strict rules that govern its production, making it one of the most consist images produced in Hindu art. A.Standing Buddha B.Bodhisattva Padmapani C.Ganesha D.Shiva Nataraja (Lord of the Dance) E.Mahadeo Temple, Khajuraho 12. Mahavira was the founder of __________. A.Islam B.Jainism C.Buddhism D.Hinduism E.Confucianism 13. In transcribing the music.
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  11.The hadith consists of the coffin of Muhammed. 12.Calligraphy pervades Islamic art and is, in part, a reflection of traditional Muslim iconoclasm. 13.Avicenna and Averroes were two major voices of Islamic philosophy. 14.A convert to a Sufi order was called a fakir. 15.The Sufis believed that the psychic illumination of the trance brought.
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