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1. Romasneque means a. Departure from the classic lines b. The return to the classic lines c. Roman-like art d. architecture of the curve line c. Roman-like art 2. Character of Romanesque architecture is a. Simplicity & harmony b. Lofty & aspiring quality c. Sober & dignified d. massiveness & grandeur c. Sober & dignified 3. The best example of a German Romanesque church with apses at both east & west end is a. Cologne Cathedral b. Aix-la-Chapelle Cathedral c. Worms Cathedral d. Amiens Cathedral c. Worms Cathedral 4. The space between the sloping roof over the aisle and the vaulting is the a.Gallery b.Triforium c. Severy d. nave b.Triforium 5. A type of roof in w/c four faces rest diagonally bet. the gables & coverage at the top ; a. Helm b. Mansard c. Gable d. gambrel. a. Helm 6. Gothic in France was called a. Stile Liberty b. Sezessione c. Style Ogivale d. Jugendstil c. Style Ogivale 7. The intermediate ribs between the main ribs of a Gothic vault is the a. Tierceron b. Ridge rib c. Diagonal ribs d.

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4th day QUIZ in HISTORY OF ARCHITECTURE

1. Romasneque means a. Departure from the classic lines b. The return to the classic lines c. Roman-like art d. architecture of the curve line

c. Roman-like art2. Character of Romanesque architecture is

a. Simplicity & harmony b. Lofty & aspiring quality c. Sober & dignified d. massiveness & grandeur

c. Sober & dignified3. The best example of a German Romanesque church with apses at both east & west end is a. Cologne Cathedral b. Aix-la-Chapelle Cathedral c. Worms Cathedral d. Amiens Cathedral c. Worms Cathedral4. The space between the sloping roof over the aisle and the vaulting is the

a.Gallery b.Triforium c. Severy d. nave b.Triforium5. A type of roof in w/c four faces rest diagonally bet. the gables & coverage at the top ; a. Helm b. Mansard c. Gable d. gambrel. a. Helm6. Gothic in France was called

a. Stile Liberty b. Sezessione c. Style Ogivale d. Jugendstil c. Style Ogivale7. The intermediate ribs between the main ribs of a Gothic vault is the a. Tierceron b. Ridge rib c. Diagonal ribs d. formeret a. Tierceron

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8. A projecting block or spur of stone carved with foliage to decorate the raking lines formed by angles of spires and canopies is the

a. Boss b. Crocket c. Pendant d. pinnacle b. Crocket 9. The upper portion of a pinnacle, bench-end, or other architectural feature is the a. Crocket b. Pinnacle c. Finial d. turret c. Finial10. A small turret-like termination on the top of buttresses, parapets or elsewhere

often ornamented with bunches foliage called crockets is a. Dome b. Pinnacle c. Spire d. tower bolt

b. Pinnacle11. The ornamental pattern work in stone filling the upper part o a Gothic window is

a. Stained glass b. Billet moulding c. Tracery d. cresting c. Tracery12. The characteristic English Gothic cathedral is

a. Wells b. Salisbury c. Hereford d. Bristol b. Salisbury13. The characteristic Norman church in England is

a. York b. Durham c. Rochester d. Oxford b. Durham14. The longest medieval cathedral in Europe is the

a. Amiens b. Peterborough c. Salamanca d. Winchester d. Winchester

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15. Renaissance means a. Architecture of the curve line b. Re-birth of the classic c. Departure from the classic lines d. Roman like art b. Re-birth of the classic16. The characteristic Renaissance wall which have cut stones having strongly

emphasized recessed joints and smooth or roughly textured block faces is a. Polychrome brickwork b. Sgraffito c. Rusticated masonry d. polygonal facing c. Rusticated masonry17. Under the High Renaissance period, there was a phase where in buildings were conceived in a non-Roman way

a. Gothic revival b. Baroque c. Rococo d. Mannerist d. Mannerist18. It is known as the architecture of the curve line

a. Renaissance b. Art Noveau c. Roman d. Baroque d. Baroque19. The principal floor of the Italian palazzo a. Entresol b. Piano nobile c. Oeil-de-boeuf d. sgrafitto b. Piano nobile20. It means “silver smith like” the richly decorative style of the Spanish ren.

in the 16th c. & its early phase is also reffered to as Isabelline architecturea. Plateresque b. Rococo c. Churrigueresque d. Baroque

a. Plateresque

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21. Perhaps the most striking feature of the Elizabethan mansion, this ran the whole length of the upper floor and connected the wings in either side of the central hall a. Long Gallery b. Withdrawing Room c. Winter Room d. Grand Staircase a. Long Gallery

22. It is the Eclectic Style of domestic architecture of the 1870’s and 1880’s in England & the USA & actually based on country house & cottage Elizabethan architecture w/c was characterized by a blending of Tudor Gothic,English Ren. & Colonial elements in the US. a. Mannerist Phase b. Queen Anne Style c. Jacobean Architecture d. Stuart Architecture b. Queen Anne Style

23. It is the principal decorations for walls & ceilings of ren. palaces as well as churches a. Mosaic b. Rustication c. Brick facing d. Fresco painting d. Fresco painting

24. It is the lavishly ornamented Spanish Baroque style of the early 18th century characterized by a reaction from the correct and frigid formalism a. Plateresque b. Moorish c. Arrabesque d. Churrigueresque d. Churrigueresque