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Piñon, Allhen J. Architectural Comprehensive Course Ar.

Rey Gabitan
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BS Architecture 5-3 July 12, 2017
History of Architecture

1. The building in the acropolis generally considered as being the most nearly perfect building ever erected is the.

(Salvan, George S., Architectural Character & the History of Architecture)

A. Parthenon B. Propylaea C. Menhir D. Dolmen

Other choices:

B. Propylaea - Forming the imposing entrance to the acropolis and erected by the architect Mnesicles is the. (AC&HA, Salvan)

C. A single, large upright monolith serves a religious purpose sometimes arranged in parallel rows, reaching several miles and
consisting of thousands of stones. (AC&HA, Salvan)

D. Tomb of standing stones usually capped with a large horizontal slab. (AC&HA, Salvan)

2. The mineral of greatest importance to Greek architecture of which Greece and her domains had ample supply of
was.

(Salvan, George S., Architectural Character & the History of Architecture)

A. silver B. marble C. iron D. granite

3. Enclosure formed by huge stones planted on the ground in circular form. (Salvan, George S., Architectural
Character & the History of Architecture)

A. Trullo B. Chromlech C. Menhir D. Dolmen

Other choice:

A. dry walled rough stone shelter with corbelled roof. (AC&HA, Salvan)

C. A single, large upright monolith serves a religious purpose sometimes arranged in parallel rows, reaching several miles and
consisting of thousands of stones. (AC&HA, Salvan)

D. Tomb of standing stones usually capped with a large horizontal slab. (AC&HA, Salvan)

4. Massive funerary structure of stone or bric. (Salvan, George S., Architectural Character & the History of
Architecture)

A. Mastaba B. Pyramid C. Pylon D. Pediment

Other choices:

A. Rectangular flat-topped funerary mound, with battered side, covering a burial chamber below ground. (AC&HA, Salvan)

C. monumental gateway to the temple consisting of slanting walls flanking the entrance portal. (AC&HA, Salvan)

D. A wide, low pitched gable surmounting a colonnade or a major division of a façade. (AC&HA, Salvan)

5. "It is a record of man's effort to build beautifully. It traces the origin, growth and decline of architectural styles
which have prevailed lands and ages." (Salvan, George S., Architectural Character & the History of Architecture)

A. Architecture B. History of C. Historic Styles of D. Influences of
Architecture Architecture Architecture

Other choices:

A. Is the art which seeks to harmonize in a building the requirements of utility, strength, and beauty. (AC&HA, Salvan)

which is the oldest architectural school in the country. (AC&HA. C. Canaephora B. (Salvan. wrestling school. Architectural Character & the History of Architecture) A. (Salvan.. his outstanding talents and services in creating edifices. Architectural Character & the History of Architecture) A. B. that are conceptually well designed and conscientiously executed" - dictum " less in more. George S. Caryatids C. male figure column in kneeling position. Pylon D. Salvan) 6. Salvan) D. (AC&HA. Geographical. (AC&HA.. manner of design which prevails at a certain place and time. Historical. C. Religious. . He produced 71 residences.. similar to stadium in plan used for horse & chariot racing. Pronaos B. Principal chamber containing the statue of the god or goddess. Epinaos C.. spatial purity. George S. low pitched gable surmounting a colonnade or a major division of a façade. Obelisks B. (AC&HA. Telamon/Telamones Other choices: B. The first architect to be conferred the National Artist award in 1973 for ". served as architect to the Manila government. expansive strength. Architectural Character & the History of Architecture) A. (Salvan.the poet of space. Salvan) D. Stylobate C. George S. (AC&HA. studied in England and Spain 8. his most enduring contribution is the Mapua institute of Technology. A wide. Felix Roxas Other choices: B. The first registered architect in the Philippines and worked with the Bureau of Public Works. (AC&HA. (AC&HA. Architectural Character & the History of Architecture) A. Salvan) D. none D.. Salvan) 7. The particular method. 81 buildings and sultanate palace D. Procenium C. Leandro Locsin D. monumental gateway to the temple consisting of slanting walls flanking the entrance portal. Pediment Other choices: . Thomas Mapua C. female figure column w/ basket on her head. Palaestra B. Geological. Social. with an electrum-capped pyramidion on top sacred symbol of sun-god Heliopolis usually came in pairs fronting temple entrances height of nine or ten times the diameter at the base four sides feature hieroglyphics. the characteristics. esp. (Salvan. None of the above Other choices: A. distinct outlines and straightforward geometry. Juan Nakpil B. known for his lyrical articulation of space as defined by stark modernity. Salvan) 10. A course of masonry forming the foundation of row of columns. Salvan) 9. (AC&HA. Climatic. the outermost colonnade of a classical temple C. both private and public. upright stone square in plan. Salvan) B in front of skene. first Filipino architect. (AC&HA. George S.. Salvan) C. Hippodrome D. Atlas/Atlantes D. male figure column in standing position. A. used for speech or locelon. Naos . dropped female figure column w/o hands & carrying nothing.

The inner portico in front of naos or cella of the naos.Other choices: A. (AC&HA. Salvan) . (AC&HA. Salvan) B. posticum which serves as the treasury chamber.