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History Of Architecture (pre-historic & Egyptian)

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History Of Architecture (PRE-HISTORIC & EGYPTIAN)
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1.  The Colossi of Memnon was erected by:
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2.  In Egyptian temples, a pillared hall in which the roof rests on columns:
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3.  A prehistoric burial mound.
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4.  The architect of the Great Serapeum of Alexandria.
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5.  The egyptian cornice that consists of roll hollow moulding.
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6.  The earliest form of dwelling developed by man.
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7.  A memorial of victory over one tribe in Egyptian architecture.
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8.  Egyptian Architecture was designed primarily for:
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9.  The grandest Temple of all Egyptian temples. 
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10.  Monumental pillars usually in pairs at the temple entrances and considered as the symbol of "Heliopolis", the sun god.
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11.  Enclosure formed by huge stones planted on the ground in circular form.
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12.  The massive sloping towers fronted by obelisks and are known as gateways in Egypt.
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13.  A mystical monster with a body of a lion and head of a man in an Egyptian structure.
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14.  The upright stone slab containing the name of the dead found in the Mastaba.
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15.  The first architect recorded in history.
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