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Humn 303 Midterm Exam All Questions Answers

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HUMN 303 Midterm Exam All Questions Answers
1. Question
(TCO 1) Which of the following are considered to be examples of Byzantine architecture?
2. Question:
(TCO 1) Which of the following artists is NOT considered a Baroque master?
3. Question
(TCO 1) The Romans contributed which structural/architectural invention?
4. Question
(TCO 3) Which of the following is NOT an element of composition, as described in the Week 4 tutorial?
5. Question
(TCO 3) Which of the following is NOT considered to be a Greek order of architecture?
6. Question
(TCO 3) Ancient Egyptian economic prosperity is attributed mainly to which of the following?
7. Question
(TCO 4) Michelangelo’s fresco Libyan Sibyl and the architecture for the Laurentian Library best reflect which style that we have studied?
8. Question
(TCO 5) The Parthenon was built at the highest point of Athens, along with other symbolic buildings and statuary. What is this highest point called?
9. Question
(TCO 1) Which humanist scholar translated the works of Plato and coined the term Platonic love, thereby recasting Platonic thought in contemporary terms?
10. Question
(TCO 1) The Illiad and the Odyssey are both associated with which significant event in Greek history?
11. Question
(TCO 5) Match the architectural term with its definition.
12. Question
(TCO 1 & 2) Name and describe at least one Greek god and discuss his/her responsibility in Greek life.
13. Question
(TCO 3 & 4) In what way(s) were the Ancient Greeks an important influence in the history of the humanities? (Describe at least one contribution and explain why it is important.)
14. Question
(TCO 5) Select any work of art from any discipline (such as a painting, sculpture, literature, architecture, etc.) from any of the readings/lectures, and explain how it is unique to the movement/period in which it was...

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