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ART HISTORY SOPHIA UNIT THREE MILESTONE test bank

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You passed this Milestone All questions were answered correctly. 1 Select the FALSE statement about Islamic art. The tenets of the Islamic religion influenced Islamic art The art of Islam is ani... conic Arabesque is a feature of Islamic art Images of Allah dominated Islamic art CONCEPT Islamic Art 2 The feature of the Alhambra shown in the image is known as a __________ vault. mirador mihrab muqarnas minbar CONCEPT Alhambra 3 Select the true statement about Islamic art between the 11th and 13th centuries. Allah and Muhammad are the most common figures represented in Islamic art. Lusterware is a type of pottery that originates in the Middle East. Samarkand is the name of the script that is used in the oldest form of Islamic calligraphy. The larger the work of art, the more value the Islamic culture placed on it. CONCEPT Ceramics, Textiles and Calligraphy 4 Which of the following characteristics is visible in this image of Temple I at Tikal? Stele Hieroglyphics Roof comb Apotheosis CONCEPT The Maya 5 Which of the following is a characteristic of Byzantine art? Orthogonals Maniera greca Reverse perspective Animal style CONCEPT Byzantine Art and Architecture 6 Select the religion that corresponds to this work of art. Islam Christianity Neo-Confucianism Buddhism CONCEPT Evaluating Works of Art 7 What is the correct term for individual burial chambers in Christian catacombs? Ambulatory Mausoleum Cubicula Synagogue CONCEPT Early Christian Art and Architecture 8 Which of the following periods had the greatest influence on the architecture of the Palazzo Medici? Early Renaissance Romanesque Classical Gothic CONCEPT Early Renaissance Architecture 9 The plan of Santa Costanza stems from it being a(n) __________ before it was a church. Instead of a nave, it has a walkway along the outer edge, known as an ambulatory. synagogue mausoleum catacomb basilica CONCEPT Early Churches 10 Which of the following works is an example of Hiberno-Saxon art? 1 2 3 4 CONCEPT Early Medieval and Romanesque Art 11 What is the title of this work of art? Christ Pantocrator from the Church of the Dormition Christ as Good Shepherd from Galla Placidia Christ as Sol Invictus from the Mausoleum of the Julii Christ as Good Shepherd from the Catacomb of Priscilla CONCEPT Images of Christ 12 Which of the following artists was NOT associated with the early Renaissance in Florence? Berlinghieri Donatello Brunelleschi Masaccio CONCEPT The Early Renaissance in Florence 13 Assess this image of Lord Pacal and select the statement that is true. This is an example of a relief sculpture This represents an Aztec work of art This represents the Talud-tablero style This represents a Mayan work of art CONCEPT Art and Architecture of Ancient American Civilizations 14 Which of the pre-Columbian sites below is located in South America? Tikal Teotihuacan Palenque Tiwanaku CONCEPT South America 15 Which of the following terms is NOT associated with Romanesque portal sculptures? Jamb Archivolts Campanile Tympanum CONCEPT Romanesque Art 16 Which of the following terms refers to the two figures that flank the Buddha in this image? Bamiyan Amitabha Bodhisattva Vairocana CONCEPT Chinese Buddhist Art and Architecture 17 What is a major tenet of Pure Land Buddhism? People must reach enlightenment on their own without the aid of Amida. People cannot reach enlightenment on their own but only through faith in Amida's salvation. Enlightenment is an impossible goal and good deeds on earth are more important. Enlightenment can only be attained with direction from the bodhisattva. CONCEPT Asian Art and Architecture 18 Where is the Great Mosque of Isfahan located? Spain Tunisia Israel Iran CONCEPT Islamic Architecture 19 Sculptural groupings like this one are associated with which religion? Hinduism Buddhism Christianity Jainism CONCEPT Art and Architecture of Buddhism in Japan 20 Which of the following correctly identifies this work of art and the artist who created it? Ghent Altarpiece, by Jan van Eyck Garden of Earthly Delights, by Hieronymus Bosch A Goldsmith in his Shop, by Petrus Christus Mérode Altarpiece, by Robert Campin CONCEPT Fifteenth-Century Flemish Painting 21 Which of the following characteristics are present in this work of art? Ji (spirit); linear perspective Neo-Confucianism; vanishing point Shifting perspective; scroll painting Feng shui; triad CONCEPT Song Dynasty Landscape Painting 22 Which of the following terms refers to the roof of a Hindu temple? Shikhara Mithuna Mandapa Garbhagriha CONCEPT The Hindu Temple 23 Select the architectural feature that is NOT characteristic of Durham Cathedral. Example of Gothic architecture Predominant use of the rounded arch Visual weight Numerous large windows CONCEPT Romanesque Architecture 24 Which of the following is the correct title of this work? The Arena Chapel The Lindisfarne Gospels The Very Rich Hours of the Duke of Berry The Ghent Altarpiece CONCEPT Early Northern Renaissance Art 25 Which of the following is NOT a feature of the architecture and urban design of Teotihuacan? Pyramids Roof combs Axial plan Talud-tablero CONCEPT The Ancient Americas 26 Which of the following characteristics are present in this image? Pointed arch, tympanum Tympanum, archivolt Rib vault, pointed arch Archivolt, rib vault CONCEPT Gothic Architecture 27 Which of the following correctly defines "rose window?" The part of a cruciform church located east of the crossing A circular stained-glass feature often used in Gothic church architecture A vault supported by, or decorated with, diagonal ribs A type of exterior support for load-bearing walls CONCEPT Chartres Cathedral 28 Which of the following correctly defines "mandorla?" A tomb or building containing tombs A religious image used as an aid to worship A radiant disk or halo surrounding the head or body of a sacred person The Greek title of the Christian Virgin Mary CONCEPT Icons and Iconoclasm 29 Which of the qualities listed below are present in Cimabue's Madonna Enthroned with Angels? Naturalism, encaustic Encaustic, arabesque Arabesque, Byzantine influence Byzantine influence, naturalism CONCEPT Late Gothic/Early Renaissance in Italy [Show More]

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