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Quiz Submissions – Quiz 1Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Introduction Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsIn semiotics, the four letters p-i-p-e constitutea signetymologya signifiera signifiedView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not a formal element of art?shapesplanesdeconstructionlinesView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsFerdinand de Saussure is most associated withiconologydeconstructionpsychoanalysissemiologyView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsComplementary colors areone removed from each other on the color wheelnext to each other on the color wheelnot on the color wheelopposite each other on the color wheelView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsMorphe is the Greek word forsleepshapemovementlineView FeedbackQuestion 6 2 / 2 pointsA diptych is arepeated imagetwo-part sculpturedouble buildingtwo-paneled paintingView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsTwo types of balance areplane and compositionlow relief and high reliefsymmetry and asymmetryformal and stylisticView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsIntrinsic value meansthe assessment of aesthetic characterthe religious value of a workthe genetic value of a workthe patriotic assessment of a workView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsThe primary colors aregreen, red, yellowred, blue, greenred, yellow, blueblack, gray, whiteView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsSigmund Freud is most associated withfeminismdeconstructionsemiologypsychoanalysis and psychobiographyView FeedbackQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsAll these terms refer to color purity exceptchromasaturationhueintensityView FeedbackQuestion 12 2 / 2 pointsWho said, “One does like to make one’s mummy just as nice as possible?”van GoghOppenheimWhistlervan EyckView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsThe “art train” refers toa trail of stolen artGoering’s cache of stolen arta national museum housed in a railroad stationa training schoolView FeedbackQuestion 14 2 / 2 pointsThe Greek word chroma meansvaluecolorchromecolorlessView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsThe Apocrypha refer tothe unaccepted books of the Biblethe end of the worldthe last book of the Biblea commentary on the BibleView FeedbackChapter 1 Question PoolQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsWandjina areshamanMimi hunterscloud spiritsAboriginal kangaroosView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsThe term “Paleolithic” refers to theMiddle Stone AgeOld Stone AgeNew Stone AgeBronze AgeView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsWhich term is not related to making sculpture?reliefmodelingpost and lintelcarvingView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsThe oldest know Aboriginal rock painting style isMimix-raymegalithicDreamingView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsA trilithon is apair of posts and single lintela fossilthree posts and lintelsa triple stoneView FeedbackQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsThe main shapes in the Venus of Willendorf areovalcubictriangularrectangularView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following is not found at Lascaux?reindeerhorsesa horned owlbullsView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsWho of the following was never involved in studying cave paintings?Henri BreuilPech-MerleLeroi-GourhanReinachView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsAs used in this text, a relief refers toa category of sculpturea post and lintela resta painted imageView FeedbackQuestion 25 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following does not have a representation of a bison?Tuc d’AudoubertStonehengeLa MadelaineAltamiraView FeedbackQuestion 26 2 / 2 pointsOld Stone Age peopleused stone toolsbuilt stone tombsworshipped in stone templeshad stone housesView FeedbackQuestion 27 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not a subject of Aboriginal rock painting?buffalohuman formsWandjinakangaroosView FeedbackQuestion 28 2 / 2 pointsIn which of the following modern countries have almost three thousand menhirs been found?IndiaUnited StatesRussiaFranceView FeedbackQuestion 29 2 / 2 pointsWho built Stonehenge?King ArthurPaleolithic peopleDruidsBeaker PeopleView FeedbackQuestion 30 2 / 2 pointsStonehenge is located atMarlborough DownsSussexSalisbury PlainCarnacView FeedbackQuestion 31 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not connected to Stonehenge?Heel StoneCamelotSarsenAubrey HolesView FeedbackQuestion 32 2 / 2 pointsWhich is true of the Beaker People?they were literatethey were nomadsthey hunted ducksthey made potteryView FeedbackQuestion 33 2 / 2 pointsAn important cultural change from Paleolithic to Neolithic isfrom nomadic to agriculturalfrom megalithic to cavesfrom pottery to sculpturefrom warlike to peacefulView FeedbackQuestion 34 2 / 2 pointsThe caves at Altamira share certain things in common with Lascauxthey are in Francethey are in flat, lake countrythey contain remarkable Paleolithic depictions of animalsa, b, and cView FeedbackQuestion 35 2 / 2 pointsPaleolithic paintings of animals usually have been foundon rock faces open to the light of dayin Neolithic sheltersin the uninhabited depths of cavesat the mouths of cavesView FeedbackQuestion 36 2 / 2 pointsThe most important Paleolithic cave paintings are located inSpainFranceEnglanda and bView FeedbackQuestion 37 2 / 2 pointsAdditive sculpture usesgraniteclaywoodmarbleView FeedbackQuestion 38 2 / 2 pointsPigment isa racial characteristicpainted reliefwatercolorcolorView FeedbackQuestion 39 2 / 2 pointsThe so-called Shaman cave painting is atTrois-FreresLascauxPech-MerleChauvetView FeedbackQuestion 40 2 / 2 pointsPaleolithic paintings are notcapturing the essence of certain speciescreated with the illusion of movementabstracta symbolic capture of the animal__________________________________________________Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Chapter 2 Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsThe Ishtar Gate is fromPersepolisParisAkkadBabylonView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsCuneiform literally meansrectangularcone-shapedcylindricalwedge-shapedView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsThe Ishtar Gate usedglazed brickan archpatterns of horsesa and b, but not cView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsShamash is the Akkadiansun godmoon godsupreme godlightning godView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsThe largest Neolitic settlement is located at:BabylonJerusalemJerichoCatal HuyukView FeedbackQuestion 6 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not true of the Stele of Naram-Sin?it dates to the third millennium BCit commemorates the death of Naram-Sinit represents landscape as well as human figuresit is a reliefView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsThe Mesopotamians believed ina heavenly afterlifea gloomy afterlifea materialistic afterlifea joyous afterlifeView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsSumerian art is characterized bysymmetrical when seen from the frontclasped handslarge eyes in upturned facesall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsThe figure of Naram-Sin is shownwith frontal shoulders and legswith frontal shoulders and profile legswith frontal legs and a profile headwith a frontal head and shouldersView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsAssurbanipal was known forhis cruelty and culturehis cruelty and virtuehis culture and learninghis power and his generosityView FeedbackQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsNeolithic in the Near East developed about ______ years earlier than in Europe.2,0001,0004,0003,000View FeedbackQuestion 12 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following are most logically connected?Gilgamesh, Susa, Tell Asmar, UrukCyrus, Darius, Persepolis, SusaWoolley, Gudea, Sargon, HammurabiIshtar, Sargon, Woolley, UrView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsThe staring, wide eyes of the Tell Asmar statues are believed to indicate that the figuresare terrified by evil spiritsare apotropaicare in the presence of a godare prayingView FeedbackQuestion 14 2 / 2 pointsA ziggurat is afortMesopotamian temple platformpyramidbuilding made by GudeaView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsCylinder seals wereglyptic artproduced during Uruk periodused to keep inventoriesall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsThe first recorded epic is aboutOdysseusGilgameshAbrahamNoahView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsAkkadians wereSemitic speakinglived north of SumerMesopotamian peopleall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsA stele isa city walla weapona stone markera knifeView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsNergal and Ereshkigal are theking and queen of natureking and queen of the underworldking and queen of the skyking and queen of the seaView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsThe beards of the Tell Asmar statues are best described asred and stylizednaturalistic and blackstylized and curvilinearblack and stylizedView FeedbackQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsZiggurats aresymbolic riverssymbolic mountainssymbolic sculpturessymbolic templesView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsLagash was:an Assyrian citythe center of the Neolithic Anatoliaa city-statea Persian cityView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsThe Ishtar Gate was dedicated tothe god of warthe goddess of fertilitythe god of the underworldthe goddess of the moonView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following is not a Mesopotamian god?AnuIshtarIsisInannaView FeedbackQuestion 25 2 / 2 pointsMesopotamian cultures did not includeHittitesAkkadAssyriaSumerView FeedbackQuestion 26 2 / 2 points______ ruled Akkad and waged war on his neighbors around 2200 BC.Naram-SinAlexander the GreatNarmerAshurnasirpalView FeedbackQuestion 27 2 / 2 pointsThe hieros gamos refers toa sacred marriagea holy gamea festival of the new yeara rain ceremonyView FeedbackQuestion 28 2 / 2 pointsThe earliest known writing is calledhieroglyphicsAkkadiancuneiformthe alphabetView FeedbackQuestion 29 2 / 2 pointsZiggurats are an example ofarchaic constructioncantilever constructionpost and lintel constructionload bearing constructionView FeedbackQuestion 30 2 / 2 pointsThe Scythians are best known fordioritetemplespotterygoldView FeedbackQuestion 31 2 / 2 pointsLions were traditional guardians becausethey were never thought to sleepthey were kings of the animalsthey symbolized the human kingthey were powerful enough to keep enemies awayView FeedbackQuestion 32 2 / 2 pointsThe largest Neolithic site so far discovered in the ancient Near East is located in modernIraqTurkeyJordanIranView FeedbackQuestion 33 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following does a Lamassu not have?swordwingsfive legshorned capView FeedbackQuestion 34 2 / 2 pointsTigris and Euphrates areMesopotamian godsHittite godsMesopotamian riversMesopotamian rulersView FeedbackQuestion 35 2 / 2 pointsHammurabi is known forbuilding the walls of Uruka law codethe Epic of Gilgameshworshipping the sun godView FeedbackQuestion 36 2 / 2 pointsGudea thought of himself mainly as a patron ofcuneiform tabletstemplespaintingssculptureView FeedbackQuestion 37 2 / 2 pointsAn Apadana isa storage rooma sanctuarya gatewayan audience hallView FeedbackQuestion 38 2 / 2 pointsMost Assyrian wall decoration includesdomestic sceneshunting and war sceneslandscape scenesgodsView FeedbackQuestion 39 2 / 2 pointsSargon wasa Hittite rulera Sumerian ruleran Akkadian rulerthe ruler of UrView FeedbackQuestion 40 2 / 2 pointsA documented, excavated object is said to have avaluevaluationpromiseprovenience________________________________________________________Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Chapter 3 Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsThe Temple of Amon-Mut-Khonsu is inKarnakCorrect Response LuxorCairoThebesView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsEgyptian paintings of royal figures are generallycolossalcolorfulCorrect Response stylizednaturalisticView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsThe Amarna period is associated withAkhenaten and AmonCorrect Response Akhenaten and NefertitiAkhenaten and Amenhotep IIIAkhenaten and TiyView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsPyramids are believed to have been built byslavesCorrect Response seasonal workersjewsNubiansView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsThe seated statue of Khafre dates to aroundCorrect Response 2500 BC3500 BC2000 BC3000 BCView FeedbackQuestion 6 2 / 2 pointsMenkaure and Khamerernebty areCorrect Response sculptures in very high reliefsculptures in the roundarchitectswall paintingsView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsThe world’s longest river isCorrect Response the Nilethe Tigristhe Mississippithe River JordanView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsRoyal figures in Egyptian art areCorrect Response assertive and stylizedstylized and miniaturenaturalistic and assertivehieratic and naturalisticView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsAn Egyptian scribe wasa scribblera slavean author of scriptureCorrect Response a well-educated personView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsLady Senuwy wasa queena courtesana lady in waitingCorrect Response a princessView FeedbackQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsThe ba was depicted asnone of the aboveCorrect Response bird with a human headthe deceaseda spiritView FeedbackQuestion 12 2 / 2 pointsThe Rosetta Stone was deciphered byNapoleonCorrect Response ChampollionPtolemyRosetteView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following is true?Correct Response Isis is the mother of HorusHorus opens the mouth of the deadBes is a death godAnubis is in the shape of a crocodileView FeedbackQuestion 14 2 / 2 pointsTutankhamon is a well-known pharaoh becausehe lived a long timehe was a great scribehe was a revolutionary thinkerCorrect Response his tomb was discovered intactView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsThe ______ shows the uniting of Upper and Lower Egypt and the establishment of the First Dynasy.Correct Response Palette of NarmerRosetta stonePalette of KhafrePalette of Naram-SinView FeedbackQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsImhotep wasthe sun goda sculptorCorrect Response an architecta painterView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsCanopic jars containCorrect Response preserved organspreserved items of clothingpreserved works of artpreserved foodsView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsRahotep and Nofret are notCorrect Response a king and queentwo seated sculpturesa prince and a princessdepicted in high reliefView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsMost pyramids were built by pharaohs inNubiathe Middle Kingdomthe New KingdomCorrect Response the Old KingdomView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsHapy is the god ofCorrect Response the NilehappinessNubiahymnsView FeedbackQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following was not significant in Nubian culture?potterytombselephantsCorrect Response AtenView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsStyles under Akhenaten were more _____ than before his reign.hieraticconventionalstylizedCorrect Response naturalisticView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsThe ankh is a symbol ofCorrect Response lifegoddeathhappinessView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsIn the Egyptian proportional grid, all of the following were true exceptCorrect Response head full frontone eye visiblefeet in profileshoulders full frontView FeedbackQuestion 25 2 / 2 pointsHatshepsut’s chief architect wasAhmoseCorrect Response SenenmutTuthmoseNefrureView FeedbackQuestion 26 2 / 2 pointsThe closest meaning of the word ka isalter-egotwinegoCorrect Response doubleView FeedbackQuestion 27 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following is not true?The Palette of Narmer dates to c. 3000 BCThe Palette of Narmer is made of slateThe Palette of Narmer is a ceremonial objectCorrect Response The Palette of Narmer is decorated in high reliefView FeedbackQuestion 28 2 / 2 pointsThe forerunner of the Pyramid appears to be theCorrect Response mastabastone-cut templeobeliskzigguratView FeedbackQuestion 29 2 / 2 pointsArchaeologist Kent Weeks discovered the tomb ofTutankhamonKhafreCorrect Response Ramses II’s sonsHatshepsutView FeedbackQuestion 30 2 / 2 pointsAkhenaten was aqueenpolytheistmonkCorrect Response sun-worshipperView FeedbackQuestion 31 2 / 2 pointsThe Amarna style showedexaggerated face and postureintimate, relaxed posesthe pharaoh in the traditional twisted viewCorrect Response a and bView FeedbackQuestion 32 2 / 2 pointsNarmer was associated withMenkaureNefertitiCorrect Response MenesManethoView FeedbackQuestion 33 2 / 2 pointsNefertiti was not the wife ofAmenhotep IVCorrect Response Amenhotep IIIAkhenatennone of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 34 2 / 2 pointsA building technique commonly used in Egyptian temples was:the true archCorrect Response post and linteladobemorise and tenonView FeedbackQuestion 35 2 / 2 pointsFor Egypt, Nubia was a source ofweaponspotteryCorrect Response gems and metalsartistsView FeedbackQuestion 36 2 / 2 pointsWhich is true of the hypostyle hall?it has columns with a shaft and capital, but no baseit has columns with a base, shaft, and no capitalthe center columns are shorter than the side columnCorrect Response the center columns are taller than the side columnsView FeedbackQuestion 37 2 / 2 pointsThe source of Egyptian column capitals is generallyCorrect Response plant formshuman formsanimal formsarchitectural formsView FeedbackQuestion 38 2 / 2 points”Gift of the Nile” refers toHapyMosesCorrect Response EgyptOsirisView FeedbackQuestion 39 2 / 2 pointsThe most important Egyptian writing surface was made fromwoodsandscrollsCorrect Response papyrus plantView FeedbackQuestion 40 2 / 2 pointsThe temple at Abu Simbel honors?Correct Response Ramses IINefertitiHatshepsutAkhenaten_____________________________________________________________Quiz Submissions – Quiz 4Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Chapter 4 Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsThe Minoan civilization was discovered byPlatoMarinatosSchliemannEvansView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsCyclopaean refers toa kind of walla citadela style of paintinga group of islandsView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsThe two gold cups from Vapheio arenone of the aboveMinoan and MycenaeanCycladic and MinoanMycenaean and CycladicView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsThe heroes of Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey may have come fromAthensMinoan CreteMycenaean GreeceSantoriniView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsA type of Minoan script iscuneiformLinear Bhieroglyphicsnone of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 6 0 / 2 pointsMinoan goddesses or priestesses are often depicted holdingdouble axessnakesvasesplantsView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsMinoan Civilization is generally dated2500 to 1500 BC3000 to 1100 BC4000 to 1000 BC3500 to 1000 BCView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsA corbeled vault isa kind of tomba means of transporting waterthe level of windows above the central passageway to let light in from outsideconcentric stone rings piled to make an arch or domed roomView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsMycenaean shrines wereat the edge of the seaon hillsidesin templesin palacesView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not a Minoan site?KnossosPhaistosMycenaePalaikastroView FeedbackChapter 5 Question PoolQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not part of the Parthenon plan?propylaeapronaosnaostreasuryView FeedbackQuestion 12 2 / 2 pointsChryselephantine isdecorated with gold and ivorya colonnadean arcadeall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following was not a famous woman in ancient Greece?ArtemisiaIaia of KyzikosSappho of LesbosAspasiaView FeedbackQuestion 14 2 / 2 pointsApollo’s sacred islands wasCreteDelosDelphiTheraView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsAlexander the Great wasa Macedoniana Pergamenean Atheniana PersianView FeedbackQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsThe Parthenon metopes representedthe battle between gods and Titansthe battle between Lapiths and Centaursall of the abovethe battle between Greeks and TrojansView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsWhich of the following is not a Greek god or goddess?ArtemisHestiaAresVenusView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsContrapposto isstanding at attentiona torso shiftstepping forwarda twist at the neckView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsWhat subject was portrayed on the frieze around the Parthenon?Dionysiac ProcessionBattle of Gods and GiantsPanathenaic ProcessionLabors of HeraklesView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not part of the Erechtheum?the Ionic Orderan irregular planDoric columnscaryatidsView FeedbackChapter 6 Question PoolQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsArchitectural sculpture decorated the _____ of the Etruscan temple?interiorsidesroofpedimentView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsA popular Etruscan building material wastravertineterracottatufaconcreteView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsEtruscan burials includediron objectsbronze objectsivory objectsall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsThe term “Etruscan” isLydianRomanTyrrhenianGreekView FeedbackQuestion 25 2 / 2 pointsA necropolis is aa city beneath sea levelan underground citysomeone who likes dead peoplea city of the deadView FeedbackQuestion 26 2 / 2 pointsTerracotta sarcophagi showing life sized reclining figures are most typical of theEtruscansrepublican RomansGreeksSumeriansView FeedbackQuestion 27 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not an Etruscan material?papyrusterra cottabronzetufaView FeedbackQuestion 28 2 / 2 pointsEtruscan art islivelyrigid frontality and symmetryfunctionalgeometricView FeedbackQuestion 29 2 / 2 pointsThe wall paintings in Etruscan tombs showevents from everyday lifebattle scenesscenes of female admiration of male heroismbanquetersView FeedbackQuestion 30 2 / 2 pointsThe Etruscan temple differed from the Greek temple because it hada pitched roofa podiumexterior decorationa columned porchView FeedbackChapter 7 Question PoolQuestion 31 2 / 2 pointsNero, as described by Suetonius, exemplifiesgrandiositypolitical know-howmilitary strategygenerosityView FeedbackQuestion 32 2 / 2 pointsTwo streets intersecting at right angles in ancient Roman cities were thecastra and decumanusinsula and decumanuscardo and decumanuscastra and cardoView FeedbackQuestion 33 2 / 2 pointsHercules is the son ofJuno and AmphitryonAlkmene and AmphitryonJuno and JupiterJupiter and AlkmeneView FeedbackQuestion 34 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not true of the Villa of the Mysteries frescoes?they include details of landscapethey have a red backgroundthe figures are naturalisticthey represent an initiation riteView FeedbackQuestion 35 2 / 2 pointsWhich is true of Roman temples?they have a front and a back porchthey were peripteralthey are pseudo-peripteralthey have a double cellaView FeedbackQuestion 36 2 / 2 pointsPompeii was destroyed inthe first century BCAD 79AD 121under NeroView FeedbackQuestion 37 2 / 2 pointsThe first known Roman forum dates fromthe reign of Julius Caesarthe first century ADthe reign of Augustusthe 6th century BCView FeedbackQuestion 38 2 / 2 pointsIn the Odyssey Landscape illustrated in this chapterthere is no landscape detailpeople are hunting animalscannibals are depictedLaestrygonians are depicted helping Odysseus’ menView FeedbackQuestion 39 2 / 2 pointsThe Tophet refers toa Punic shrinea site of child sacrificea templea site of ritual suicideView FeedbackQuestion 40 2 / 2 pointsThe Colosseum was constructed during the reign ofVespasianTrajanConstantineNero______________________________________________________________Quiz Submissions – Quiz 5Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Chapter 8 Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsOne result of the Iconoclastic Controversy wasa decline in painted imagesa decline in architectural innovationa decline in mosaicsa decline in sculptureView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not true of the Christian altar?it is the site of the Eucharist in the Massin most churches it is in the western endit often supports a crucifixit was originally a tableView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsChristianity was legalizedby the Edict of Milanin the first century ADin Jerusalemby the emperor CaracallaView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsThe ivory throne of Maximian was probably used forroyal celebrationsa reliquary casketa ritual chairreceiving dignitariesView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsThe 12 followers of Christ are called theEvangelistsSaintsApostlesProphetsView FeedbackQuestion 6 2 / 2 pointsWhich is least likely to be represented in a Byzantine mosaic?outlined figuresfrontalitycontrappostorepeated posesView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsThe Annunciation typically depictsMary and JesusMary and ElizabethMary and GabrielMary and JosephView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsChrist as Pantokrator represents Christ asruler of the Churchruler of the worldruler of everythingruler of heavenView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsThe vaulted choir of San Vitale contains a representation ofangels with Maryangels with a lamba bust of San VitaleBishop EcclesiusView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsWhich does not match?The Marriage at Cana – Mary and Joseph are marriedThe Transfiguration – Christ is flanked by Moses and ElijahThe Baptism – John baptizes ChristThe Nativity – Christ’s birthView FeedbackQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsByzantine art did not make a strong impact onEnglandTurkeyRussiaGreeceView FeedbackQuestion 12 2 / 2 pointsThe components of Byzantine mosaics aretesseraesemi-precious jewelspigmentsmarble squaresView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsTypology refers primarily toprophets and prophecygenealogical historyAdam and EveprefigurationView FeedbackQuestion 14 0 / 2 pointsThe patron of the Vienna Genesis was probably awomanimperialartistnone of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsA significant new architectural feature of Old Saint Peter’s wasthe navethe atriumthe clerestorythe transeptView FeedbackQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsIn the apse mosaics of San VitaleTheodora is in an abbreviated apseJustinian is to the left of ChristTheodora is to the right of ChristJustinian is next to a baptismal fontView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not a feature of San Vitale?an ambulatoryan apsea transepta narthexView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsA homunculus isan evil spiritan impa little mana devilView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsGalla Placidia wasan empressa charityEarly Christian churcha and bView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsCompared with Roman frescoes and mosaics, Byzantine mosaics aremore three-dimensionalmore narrativemore staticmore naturalisticView FeedbackQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsThe dome of Hagia Sophia is supported byarchespendentivessquinchesvaultsView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsDura Europos houseda synagoguea Christian housea catacombsa and bView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsThe most important late Byzantine Russian icon painter wasBarmaRublevPostnikIvanView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsThe narrative format of the Vienna Genesis has been compared tothe Parthenon friezethe Column of Trajanthe Ara Pacisthe Arch of ConstantineView FeedbackQuestion 25 2 / 2 pointsWhich best defines an icon?an image of Christa frontal image in a churchany religious imagepurely devotional imageView FeedbackQuestion 26 2 / 2 pointsWhich feature of Hagia Sophia was not part of the original design?the domethe pendentivesthe minaretsthe atriumView FeedbackQuestion 27 2 / 2 pointsThe Holy Family refers toJoseph, Mary, and ChristJoseph, Mary, Christ, and GodChrist, God, and the Holy GhostMary, Christ, and GodView FeedbackQuestion 28 2 / 2 pointsThe Roman Basilica was entered from a door in its side but Old Saint Peter’s in Rome was enteredin the side of the navethrough the atriumbehind the apsethrough its narthexView FeedbackQuestion 29 2 / 2 pointsA dome can be supported bya cylindrical drumpendentivessquinchesb and cView FeedbackQuestion 30 2 / 2 pointsThe Iconoclastic Controversy took place in the7th century5th century8th century6th centuryView FeedbackQuestion 31 2 / 2 pointsThe catacombs in Rome were primarilyunderground shrinesunderground cemeteriesunderground sewersunderground meeting placesView FeedbackQuestion 32 2 / 2 pointsA mandorla isan oval aureolea halo around the head of a sainta Far Eastern chantthe plan of a Hindu templeView FeedbackQuestion 33 2 / 2 pointsThe Pentateuch refers tothe first 5 books of the New Testamentthe 5 hymns to Mithrasthe first 5 books of the Old Testamentthe TorahView FeedbackQuestion 34 2 / 2 pointsChristianity was recognized by Constantine inthe fifth centurythe second centuryearly fourth centuryfirst century BCView FeedbackQuestion 35 2 / 2 pointsAn iconoclast is literallyone who worships the real person instead of the iconone who worships iconsone who breaks imagesone who believes in iconsView FeedbackQuestion 36 2 / 2 pointsChrist was crucified around the yearAD 32AD 35AD 30AD 33View FeedbackQuestion 37 2 / 2 pointsDeesis refers to an imageGod, Mary, and Christthe Holy GhostChrist, Mary, and John the Baptistthe Holy FamilyView FeedbackQuestion 38 0 / 2 pointsChristians worshipped in private homes untilearly 3rd centuryearly 4th century1st century ADnone of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 39 2 / 2 pointsThe pagan god most often associated with Christ wasApolloZeusHermesJupiterView FeedbackQuestion 40 2 / 2 pointsIchthus is an acronym forJesus Christ Son of ManJesus Christ Son of God SaviorJesus Christ Son of God and Ruler of the UniverseJesus Christ Savior of the World_____________________________________________________________Your quiz has been submitted successfully.Chapter 9 Question PoolQuestion 1 2 / 2 pointsIlluminated manuscripts weremade in scriptoria by scribesmade of encaustic on vellummade of pigments mixed with water and egg yolkwritten in Gaelic in Irish monasteriesView FeedbackQuestion 2 2 / 2 pointsThe basilica for the Monastery of Saint Gall showed its early Christian pedigree by itstranseptchoir before the altarapseall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 3 2 / 2 pointsWhich is not a pair?Volur – VulcanAsgard – OlymposThor – ZeusRagnarok – the ApocalypseView FeedbackQuestion 4 2 / 2 pointsBeowulfis an European epichas a strong sense of Christian moralityis Germanic folkloreall of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 5 2 / 2 pointsThe first Muslim ruler of Spain wasAbd ar-Rahman ISinan the GreatSultan SuleymanCaliph Abd al-MalikView FeedbackQuestion 6 2 / 2 pointsA mihrab is __________.an entryway to a mosquea ceiling mosquean official calligraphic documenta niche in a qibla wallView FeedbackQuestion 7 2 / 2 pointsCharlemagne revived an interest in the classical world inthe 6th centurythe late 8th and early 9th centuryhis seat at Aachenb and cView FeedbackQuestion 8 2 / 2 pointsThe purse cover from Sutton Hoo is an example ofIslamic traceryAnglo-Saxon metalworkViking iconographya Neolithic artifactView FeedbackQuestion 9 2 / 2 pointsA rich 7th century ship burial was found atSutton HooLindisfarneCentulaIonaView FeedbackQuestion 10 2 / 2 pointsThe language of the Koran wasHebrewLatinKuficArabicView FeedbackChapter 10 Question PoolQuestion 11 2 / 2 pointsThe text on the Bayeux Tapestry isin Latinin Frenchin Norwegianin EnglishView FeedbackQuestion 12 0 / 2 pointsA typical Romanesque portal does not contain which element?In trumeauvoussoirtypanumCorrect Answer bayView FeedbackQuestion 13 2 / 2 pointsRomanesque architects used all of the following exceptflying buttressestypanumbarrel vaultsportalsView FeedbackQuestion 14 2 / 2 pointsA campanile iscathedralbell towernavebaptistryView FeedbackQuestion 15 2 / 2 pointsSaint-Pierre at Moissac has a visionary character becauseit was inspired by an oracleit was inspired by a vision of St. Peterit was inspired by a dream of Clovisit was inspired by a miracle of St. PeterView FeedbackQuestion 16 2 / 2 pointsThe Bayeux Tapestry isa tapestrya Viking workan embroiderya parchmentView FeedbackQuestion 17 2 / 2 pointsThe Holy Sephlcher refers toreligious orderthe builders of Sainte-Foythe rock cave in Jerusalem believed to have been the location of Christ’s burialthe pilgrimage routesView FeedbackQuestion 18 2 / 2 pointsThe tympanum over the south portal at Moissac shows2nd coming of ChristCrucifixionthe Virgin and Childnone of the aboveView FeedbackQuestion 19 2 / 2 pointsRomanesque refers toa distinctive style in western Europe from 1000 to 1400a period of western European art and historya range of styles with regional variationsMedieval sculpture and architecture, but not paintingView FeedbackQuestion 20 2 / 2 pointsRomanesque buildings were supported bypodiaflying buttressesbuttressesstylobatesView FeedbackChapter 11 Question PoolQuestion 21 2 / 2 pointsIn the Middle Ages, the function of the guilds wasto exclude craftsmen from professional organizationsto protect workers and establish standards of workto permit strikes if workers were dissatisfiedto influence patronsView FeedbackQuestion 22 2 / 2 pointsEnglish Gothic beginswith the facade of Salisbury Cathedralwith the fan vaults of Kings College, Cambridgewith the Norman tower of Canterburywith the choir of Canterbury CathedralView FeedbackQuestion 23 2 / 2 pointsThe Corona Chapel was builtas a shrine of Henry IIby Thomas a Becketas a reliquaryby William of SensView FeedbackQuestion 24 2 / 2 pointsThe church that contains segments built in the Early Got

 

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