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1.

The bedroom in the domus is called;


a. Dormitorio b. Cubicula c. Thalamus d. alcoba
b. Cubicula
2. The another term of pulpit in the church is called;
a. Choir loft b. Nave c. Bema d. ambo
d. ambo
3. The Greek wrestling school is known as ;
a. Palaestra b. Gymnasia c. Dipteral d. Spina
a. Palaestra
4. The Greek Council house w/c is covered place for the democratically
elected councils ;
a. Leontarium b. Hypaethrum c. Farrarium d. Bouleuterion
d. Bouleuterion
5. Orientation of Greek temple is towards the;
a. South b. East c. Agora d. Bouleuterion
b. East
6. Orientation of early Christian churches is towards the ;
a. Piazza b. Forum c. East d. North
c. East
7. In the center of the Early Christian church’s atrium is a fountain of water
for ablutions a custom which is still adopted by Roman Catholics by the use of ;
a. Stoup b. Water basin c. Cistern d. Moat
a. Stoup
8. The central aisle of the church is called;
a. Choir loft b. Nave c. Bema d. Ambo
b. Nave
9. The high altar is covered above by a canopy called;
a. Ambo b. Confession c. Baldachino d. Carpet
c. Baldachino
10. Underneath the High Altar is the crypt burial place of the saint to whom the
church was dedicated and which was called;
a. Confessio b. Dais c. Narthex d. Apse
a. Confessio
11. The space of clergy and choir is separated by a low screen wall from the body of the
church called; a. Iconostas b. Reredo c. Pendentive d. Cancelli
b. Reredo
12. In Early Christian churches, the terminal of a church is called;
a. Nave b. Dais c. Apse d. baldachino
c. Apse
13. Due to its length, the Early Christian church gives an impression of;
a. Horizontality b. Airiness c. Spaciousness d. Magnificence
a. Horizontality
14.In the melon-shaped type of dome, there is a treatment of the inner surface w/c consisted
a. Pilaster strips b. Lacunaria c. Curved flutings d. Carvings
c. Curved flutings
15. The triangular curved overhanging surface by means of which a circular dome
is supported over a square or polygonal compartment is called;
a. Dosseret block b. Pendentive c. Ambulatory d. Hypodromus
b. Pendentive
11. The space of clergy and choir is separated by a low screen wall from the body
of the church called;
a. Iconostas b. Reredo c. Pendentive d. Cancelli or Chancel
b. Reredos

There are two common meanings of the word reredos.


1. It is a screen or decoration behind the altar in a church, usually depicting religious
iconography ( religious paintings or images also called altarpiece. )
2. or It means the back of an open hearth of a fireplace or a screen placed
behind a table.

For Cancelli or other term Chancel - The word "chancel" derives from the French
usage of chancel from a Late Latin word cancelli meaning "lattice". This refers to
the rood screen. The chancel is the space around the altar at the end or also known
as apse.
The rood screen (also choir screen or chancel screen) is a common feature in late
medieval church architecture. It is typically an ornate screen, constructed out of wood,
An altar and reredos from St. Josaphat Catholic Church in Detroit,
Michigan. This would be called a retable in many other languages
and countries.
This is a reredos in Holy Trinity Church, West Bromwich .
The rood screen (also choir screen or chancel screen ,
typically an ornate screen, constructed of wood, stone or
wrought iron
The rood screen of Charles V in the St
Maternus Basilica