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Humanities Final, Practice Quiz

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Humanities Final, Practice Quiz
Humanities Final Practice Test I just took the time to make studying a little bit more entertaining than flashcards. Just study for a while and you will get a final score at the end.
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1.  Rome was hostile to Christianity because it seemed easy to make scapegoats of small groups, secretive and thus threatening, disloyal to the state.
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2.  _____________different distances and thicknesses of columns, and outward leaning entablature.
3.  Hildegard of Bingen was a ______________.Choose
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4.  Masks in Africa provide a means of______________.Check all that apply 
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5.  The Qur’an insists that Muhammad brought back the pure monotheism of ________.
6.  The Battle of Marathon was important for Greece because_____________.
7.  Augustus achieved______________________________________.
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8.  The movie is chiefly associated with _____________.
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9.  During the _______         the foundations of Chinese thought and culture was laid.
10.  Some of the earliest Europeans to trade with West Africa and to begin slave trade with Europe and the American were the____________________.
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11.  The scriptorium, the refectory, and the novitiate were all parts of a ___________.
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12.  Aquinas was greatly influenced by the work of_____________.
13.  In the 1500s, Spain and Austria were ruled by the _______________.
14.  “Lles demoisellesd auignon” is regarded as a landmark of twentieth-century _______________.
15.  The discoveries at Dura-Europos demonstrate that Christians and Mithraists _____.
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16.  The only light source in the Pantheon is ______________.  
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17.  Scarlatti is known for the hundreds of sonatas he wrote for_________.
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18.  The Greeks had enormous confidence in the power of
19.  The French Lumiėre Brothers, American Panopticon, and Vitascope are responsible for first ______________.
20.  The earliest evidence of religious beliefs can be found in ___________.
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21.  Amos was a 8th century _________.
22.  The ancient kingdom of Benin declined because its male population was depleted because of slave trade.
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23.  This image is a letter, considered “Jesus Christ, Son of God and Savior.” by the_____alphabet.
24.  One of the most subtle attacks on the nineteenth-century values is Flaubert’s_______________________.
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25.  Carmina Burana is a student poem_________________.
26.  Des Prez is famous for overlapping voices, having music express the meaning of the words and Homogenous structure and bridge between ______________.
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27.  The most striking feature of the “Decomposition” is its shocking __________________.
28.  The following are seventeenth-century musical forms: Opera Oratorio , concerto grosso and concerto fugue. 
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29.  The Phaedo describes Socrates last hours discussing ___________ with friends.
30.  In Egyptian society, the role of the priests was to _______________.  
31.  Serge Diaghilev was the impresario who go the greatest artists of hi time to contribute to____________.
32.  Buddha’s central doctrine is called the four fold noble path.
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33.  Bruegel sees man as part of the Part of the natural cycle of ______.
34.  One of the greatest emperors of ancient India , who converted from tradition Brahmanism to Buddhism, was ______________.
35.  Out of religious conviction, _____________ shut down the the last surviving platonic academy.
36.   “Shakespeare Suite, Peer Gynt Suite, Nutcracker Suite, and The River were all compositions written by duke Ellington TRUE or FALSE 
37.  Claes Oldenburg is most noted for_______________.
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38.  Ingres was the self-appointed defender of_____________.
39.  High crown, Ceremonial cape, and spear are all characteristics of an __________.
40.  The Classical preoccupation with proportion was first illustrated in architecture with______________.
41.  The motivation for building a Gothic cathedral came from ____________.
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42.  Around 2700 B.C.E. the ruler of Uruk was________________.
43.  Ambrogio lorenzetti painted the ___________.
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44.  According to Confucius, a morally superior person should possess_______________.
45.  In his concern for realism and social injustice, the tragedian closest to our own time_______________.
46.  The interesting boycott in Lysistrata involves _________.
47.  The author of the Lives of the Artists was Vasari 
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48.  Unlike Minoan architects, Mycenaean architects_________________.
49.  Legends about saints, rival tales, exemplum, animal tales; The __________Tales 
50.  The “Disputá”,The Sistine Chapel, The “ School of Athens ”, and “The Last Judgment” are all in the Are all in The ___________.
51.  In addition to being one of the most carefully mathematical paintings ever created, the “Last Supper” is notable for capturing a ___________ movement. 
52.  Who coined the phrase “form follows Function”? Louis sullivanTrue or False 
53.  ____________architecture is associated with Wright.
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54.  The Aeneid was designed to honor Rome and Augustus, be the roman national epic, be a worthy successor to Homer. 
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55.  One problem that Imperial Rome failed to solve was ___________.  
56.  Opera and recitative were invented because ___________ music obscured the text.
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57.  To the Greeks, “harmony” in music meant to separate.
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58.  The chief buildings in Pergamum... Temple of  ___________.
59.  The genre of self-reflective writing was invented in the West by __________.
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60.  The greatest violinist of the era--and perhaps of all time--was Paganini
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61.  The Flagellants were _________ fanatics
62.  The Roman chant made obligatory by Charlemagne in all churches of the realm was called _________.
63.  Kyrie Eleison is a phrase meaning  
64.  Copernicus questioned---Heliocentric
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65.  Robust, secular nudes that would later be imitated by Baroque painters such as Rubens were first painted in Venice by Giorgione
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66.  A theme of “The Prince is the restriction of secular Restrict to central control of____________. 
67.  Most important in the early phase of Sumerian Culture was the development of _____________.
68.  According to their religion, Egyptians were promised the__________________.
69.  Ockeghem is notable for his combination of _________ feeling. 
70.  All of the following four are sixteenth-century composers:Check all that apply (you may select more than 1)
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71.  Genre under the Ming centered on novels and Literary genre under the _________centered on novels and short stories. 
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72.  Simone Martini was willing to sacrifice naturalism to _________ elegance.
73.  Avicenna was a _________.
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74.  Type in TRUE or FALSEA Florentine representative of the Medici bank in Bruges was Giovanni arnolfini.
75.  The Mycenaean’s were famous in mythology for the ______________.
76.  Couperin is the most associated with "_________"?
77.  Check all that apply (more than 1)The Palazzo Vecchio and the Palazzo Pubblico
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78.  Neither the Egyptians of the Old Kingdom nor the Sumerians paid any attention to the Greeks because______________.
79.  The most important religious sit in Islam is
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80.  CHOOSE ALL CORRECT OPTIONS, IF NONE SELECT NONE.The culture of the West as we know is has been produced by a combination of _______________________.
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81.  __________________describes the journey of a Buddhist priest to India, is based on an actual pilgrimage, hero, a priest, assistant and a long fairy tale.
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82.  Bodhisattva are _____________.
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83.  Altdorfer is significant for having painted one of the first Painted one of the first pure landscapes in western art
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84.  The figure in Notre Dame de Belle Verrière was the figure of __________.
85.  Greek ideas were spread throughout the ancient world by_____________.
86.  The creation story of Genesis: God existed before anything else, god’s creations are good, places humans as highest creations.  
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87.  Poussin’s paintings are often expressive of a yearning for the _____________.
88.  The sculptor who had the greatest influence on later Hellenistic art was__________________.
89.  The Gospels depict Jesus a The __________.
90.  “Beauty consists of the proportion of the parts.” This statement is characteristic of the Classical Greek vision because  this beauty was created by the power of human intellect, the interrelationships of the parts of the human body are balanced and beauty ___________________.
91.  The power of Florence was primarily the result of the efforts of its..
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92.  Modern Japan has been ruled successfully by the Meijitype true if truetype false, _________.
93.  Schönberg’s twelve-tone technique is also called
94.  Donatello’s “Saint Mary Magdalene” represents a A meditation of the____________________. 
95.  Machiavelli might be called a Realistic___________________. 
96.  C.P.E. Batch was a _______.
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97.  Satirized decadence of the church
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98.  The Ionic frieze on the Parthenon depicts____________.
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