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Test on Cho and Romanesque Art

Test on Cho and Romanesque Art

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AP Art HistoryMrs. Wiener Test on early Northern European and Romanesque art:Part I. Multiple choice. Choose the best answer(s) for each question:1.From the following list, choose the motifs that appear in earlyNorthern European art:a)interlacing patternsb)trumeausc)zoomorphic designsd)keyhole patternse)westworks2.Hiberno-Saxon is another name fora)the Cluniac orderb)the Book of Kellsc)Insulard)Carolingian3.Carolingian art refers to art during the time of a)the Vikingsb)the Cluniacsc)the Ottoniansd)Charlemagne
4.
Opus reticulatum
is a method of a)creating westworksb)creating modular plan in a buildingc)facing concrete walls with bricks or stones to achieve anetlike ornamental surface patternd)designing a church with an apse and several radiatingchapels
5.
All of the following were ways the early Northern Europeansembellished their religion with art
except 
a)with beautifully illuminated manuscriptsb)with high crossesc)with pointed rib vaults in the churchesd)jewel-encrusted books6.A particularly rich find of jewelry and other items made oprecious metals was discovered at
a)
Sutton Hoo in the 7
tth
century
 b)
Merovingia in the 7
th
century
 
c)
Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim, in the 11
th
century
d)
Aachen in the early 9
th
century7.Bishop Bernward was an important figure at
a)
Saint Gall, Switzerland, early 9
th
centuryb)Torhalle, Lorsch, Germany, ninth century
c)
Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim, Germany, early 11
th
century
d)
Aachen, Germany, early 9
th
century8.The church associated with Charlemagne wasa)the Palatine Chapel at Aachenb)Saint Michael’s, Hildesheim, Germanyc)Saint Gall in Switzerlandd)Cluny III in CLuny, France9. A page is made up of a textile-looking decorative panelof abstract and animal-like forms.a) rugb) initialc) crossd) carpete) none of the above10. The symbol for John the Evangelist is a(n) .a) oxb) eaglec) liond) man11. Early Northern European manuscript pages shows aclassicizing influence.a) neverb) sometimesc) alwaysd) never and always12. Early Northern European manuscript pages can sometimes be.a) rigid and frontalb) sketchyc) equestriand) material bronzishe) completely Islamic
 
13.Four roads led to the church of St. James, a saint who was thesymbol of Christian resistance to Muslim expansion. Aguidebook described the ways to make a pilgrimage to thechurch, which was located ina)Cordobab)Aquitainec)St. Thierryd)Vignorye)Santiago de Compostela14.Romanesque churches often had roofs of a)timberb)concretec)ashlar masonryd)Cyclopean masonrye)none of the above15.A feature that was added to Romanesque churches in order toaccommodate pilgrims wasa)a crossing towerb)groin vaultsc)radiating chapelsd)compound piers16. Romanesque churches often used in the aisles asbuttresses for the barrel vaults.a) a crossing towerb)groin vaultsc)radiating chapelsd)compound piers17. When the compound piers reach to the bottom of the tranversebays of a Romanesque church, the piers are said to reach the vault’s.a) barrelb) groinc) tribuned) nave elevatione) springing18. Cluniac monks favored in their worship, whileCistercian monks favored .

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