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The first five books of the Bible are known as?
B- The Pentateuch
C- The books of Moses
D-All of the above
The rectangular structure which served as a prototype for Christian houses of worship is?
The most important concept in Christian teaching is the belief in?
The Torah, the Prophets, and the Writings combine to form?
The Bible of the Hebrews
St. Andrew's cross is associated with?
Which of these would not be associated exclusively with Jesus Christ?
Another name for another sermon on the Mount is?
The belief that there is only one god is?
Which of the following in its Greek form ICHTHUS is considered an acronym for the Greek translation for Jesus Christ, son of God, Saviour?
An inverted cross is most associated with?
What is the English translation of the anglo saxon term from which Gospel is derived?
What Christian literary piece utilizes Koine?
The new testament
Which symbol became short hand for Jesus Christ?
By what name is the churches courtyard known?
Which common Mesopotamian musical instrument, was adopted by Jewish musicians?
Provide the English translation for the Greek Hagia Sophia?
What is the name of the triangular masonry device, which carried the weight of the dome on massive piers rather than straight down the drum?
What are the first two Greek letters in Christ
What is the Latin term for the bishop's throne?
Provide the English translation for the Greek term ICON?
What is the term used to refer to one the chapters in the Qu'ran?
What is the term that comes from two Greek words that means beautiful writing?
what term is used to refer to the period when the Christians expelled the Muslims from Spain in 1492?
Whom do Muslims consider the first great prophet?
Which two cities in the Muslim world were widely known for their sword makers who created products of outstanding quality?
Which of the following relics has long been chartres cathedrals most cherished possession?
The tunic of Mary which she wore at Jesus' birth
The trivium and quadrivium are?
The basic areas of study in the medival period
During the Middle ages troubles within the church of Rome culminated and eventually led to?
The great schism
the ambulatory is?
an aisle around the apse and behind the high altar
in the divine comedy, dante's two guides are?
Which of the following is NOT a part of the ordinary of the mass?
Which of the following is not a characteristic of the typical gothic cathedral?
Dante's divine comedy is called a comedy because?
It is written in the vernacular and has a happy ending
The liturgical music used throughout the church of Rome during the medieval period?
Stained glass windows served 2 chief functions the first was to experience God's illumination and the second was?
To read Bible stories
What is the more popular name by which Roman chant is known today?
What is the motto that sums up the lifestyle of the benedictine monasticism?
Pray and work
What is the term used to refer to an extensive elaboration of a final syllable by a chain of intricate notes?
from what substance is parchment derived?
treated animal skin
what is the alternate for each of the following major parts of a monastery?
Covered walkway- the cloister
Dining hall- refectory
copying room- scriptorium
What did glaziers add to molten glass to produce the colors in Chartre's stained glass?
what is the architectural term that identifies the sculpture arches surrounding the tympanum?
What is the cherished relic at charters cathedral, a relic that confirmed this cathedral as an important pilgrimage site?
the tunic the virgin wore when Jesus was born
by what name do we know the fraternal society of craftsman or merchants that played a significant role in medieval society?
before universities developed with cities, they were associated with what rural establishment?
which saint's serious meditation resulted in stigmata?
Francis of Assissi
which river was the site of London's port?
who is the author of lives of the artists?
Provide the English translation for duomo?
which type of 14th century music has survived in the largests numbers?
which musician created messe de notre dame
Guillaume De Machaut
What is the personified concept that first released teh she wolf in the world?
Dante provides a vivid description of objects that the steerman's eyes are set in, what are these objects?
wheels of fire
What do the residents of circle one lack?
Groundlings are associated with?
The globe playhouse
the creater of the gates of paradise is?
Which painting depicts the essential ideal of female beauty by combining platonic idealism and the christian mistism relating to the virgin mary?
botticelli's the birth of venus
Michealangelo's david was originally placed?
in front of the palazza vecchio
this artist worked with engravings and woodcuts
A triptych must include
from 1434 until 1492 florence was under the influence of which family?
The most famous humanist printer and publisher of the fifteenth century is?
The creator of the Pieta is
of these works of art is a fresco that can be viewed in the refectory at Milan's Santa Maria della Grazie?
Leonardo's the last supper
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