Test: Unit 3 Test Sem1 A
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Description: Fine Art 3.15 Unit 3 Test Sem 1
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Instructions: Answer all questions to get your test result.
Question 1 of 10
Which statement best describes one way that Classical Greek sculpture influenced Roman sculptors?
 


Roman artists created the same sense of drama and emotion that is seen in Classical Greek sculpture


Roman artists borrowed the Classical Greek technique of using cement casts in lifelike molds


Roman artists used the contrapposto pose that is seen in Classical Greek sculptures


Roman artists borrowed the Classical Greek technique of using cement casts in lifelike molds
Question 2 of 10
Which statement describes the significance of the dragon and bull images on Babylon's Ishtar Gate
 


Which statement describes the significance of the dragon and bull images on Babylon's Ishtar Gate


The dragon symbolizes the enemies of Babylon; the bull symbolizes the strength of the city-state


The dragon symbolizes the enemies of Babylon; the bull symbolizes the strength of the city-state


Both the dragon and bull symbolize ancient kings of Babylon
Question 3 of 10
What type of artwork is the row of lions on Babylon's Processional Way?
 


raised-relief sculptures of glazed brick


painted sunken-relief sculptures


fresco wall paintings


painted sunken-relief sculptures
Question 4 of 10
Which sentence best describes similarities in these Greek and Roman relief sculptures?
 


They are done in sunken relief and have shading to emphasize form


They are done in sunken relief and have shading to emphasize form


They depict figures with exaggerated proportion to emphasize strength


They depict processions, and each has figures that look realistic.
Question 5 of 10
Why did the sculptors of Ashurnasirpal II Hunting Lions place the lion below the king?
 


The placement showed that lions are less agile than humans


The placement showed the king's power over nature.


The placement showed that lions are less agile than humans


The placement informed viewers that the lion could never harm the king.
Question 6 of 10
Which is the best definition of an Egyptian pylon?
 


a tall, four-sided structure, with a pyramidal top, that is covered with relief sculptures


a tall, four-sided structure, with a pyramidal top, that is covered with relief sculptures


a tall, four-sided structure, with a pyramidal top, that is covered with relief sculptures


a massive gateway with sloped sides
Question 7 of 10
What type of relief carvings are on the columns of the Hypostyle Hall in the Great Temple of Amun at Karnak?
 


sunken relief


Mid relief


low relief


high relief
Question 8 of 10
Which of the following is the best description of a convention that Egyptian artists used in funerary sculptures?
 


Figures had extremely accurate body proportions


Figures were accurate likenesses of the real people.


Figures had compact forms with few projecting parts.


Figures were accurate likenesses of the real people.
Question 9 of 10
Which of the following best describes the purpose of wall paintings in Egyptian tombs?
 


They documented epic Egyptian stories so future generations would have a record.


They proclaimed the importance of politics in Egyptian society


They provided things the spirit would need in the afterlife


They documented epic Egyptian stories so future generations would have a record.
Question 10 of 10
Which of the following are characteristics of ancient Greek architecture?
 


variety and contrasting textures


asymmetry and organic forms


variety , contrasting textures and proportion


beauty, harmony, and proportion


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