Exam 3

  1. True
  2. Barrel-vaults exerted great outward thrust making a clerestory difficult to construct
  3. Bishop Odo
  4. It depicted an actual historical event in full detail shortly after it occurred.
  5. Stained glass windows served only a practical purpose of illuminating the interior
  6. Ste-Chapelle
  7. Frescos cover the wall spaces
  8. The continuous barrel-vaulted naves
  9. True
  10. San Vitale
  11. Salisbury
  12. Crucifixion, Church of the Dormition, Daphni
  13. The copying of important Classical texts
  14. Junius Bassus
  15. The Coronation Gospels used only color and modulation of light and shape, not line, to create shapes
  16. The relics of St. Mark**
  17. Rebuilding efforts made to construct ample space for the many pilgrims visitings these churches caused widespread resentment of the pilgrims
  18. The fall and the Crucifixion
  19. Flying buttresses
  20. This was a period when icons were made and venerated throughout the Empire
  21. Encaustic
  22. Churches served a largely illiterate audience and needed visual Christian symbols and stories
  23. The figures are actors in a biblical narrative
  24. Pantheon
  25. Jonah represented for the Early Christians the prefiguration of Christ
  26. Its interior is permeated with light
  27. It is full of Greco-roman illusionistic devices
  28. He formally prohibited the use of images
  29. Wedding the abstraction of Early Medieval adornment and Early Christian pictorial imagery
  30. Squinches
  31. Most early Christian art dates from the third and fourth centuries and was found in catacombs, Christian burial sites
  32. Tomb of the Apostle James at Santiago de Compostela
  33. True
  34. The frieze entitled Creation and Fall of Adam and eve of the West Façade of the Modena
  35. True
  36. Book of Kells
  37. Hagia Sophia
  38. Dura Europos
  39. Sutton Hoo; Saga of Beowulf
  40. A centrally planned building
  41. Balance between church and state

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