1. The fibula excavated from the Regolini-Galassi Tomb illustrates motifs borrowed from the Orient. Which of the following is an example of motif used here?
During the sixth century BCE, Etruscans favored sarcophagi, which of the following best describes a sarcophagus?
What material did the Etruscans use the most to create their sculptures?
The theme celebrated in both the Tomb of the Leopards and the Tomb of Hunting and Fishing is which of the following?
Which of the following symbolized regeneration within Etruscan art?
(as seen in one of the tomb paintings)
Etruscan temples differed from Greek temples in which of the following ways?
Which of the following was the first to break with tradition and use his portrait on Roman coinage?
Where would an oculus be found?
Which of the following best describes and distinguishes linear perspective seen in Roman painting? A form of perspective used to create depth…
The figures from the frieze of the Villa of Mysteries are thought to depict an initiation into which of the following?
Sarcophagi began to gain popularity among Christians for burial so their production increased. Which of the following best fits with this statement?
In the Dura painting, Samuel anoints David, David is depicted with an attribute which is an example of prefiguration. Which of the following is that attribute?
Why is the Christian community house in Dura-Europos only a small house?
Early Christian cemeteries were a network of chambers dug underground. Which of the following would best complete this statement?
What was the typical convention used to depict the human form during the Early Byzantine Period?
Which of the following attributes was used to depict Christ after Christianity was officially recognized by Roman authorities?
Which of the following uses a basilica style plan?
What new architectural elements began being incorporated into Christian Churches in the Early Byzantine period?
Where would a squinch most likely be found?
Which of the following statements best supports the use of icons in the Early Byzantine period.
15. The coming of a new religion to Jerusalem, a city sacred to both Jews and Christians, is marked by a monument known as the ____________, this site is also the spot where Muhammad is believed to have ascended to heaven.
The Malwiya minaret in Samarra is very tall, and may have been used to call the faithful to prayer, and it is clearly visible for a considerable distance. Which of the following is the best explanation for its existence?