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Which of the following correctly describes the Parthenon in Greece?
a) mathematical ratios, symmetry, and proportion b) the use of Ionic columns c) a massive dome that once topped the structure d) carved relief sculptures inspired by Egyptian temple columns  
How did Classical Greek sculptors depict the human figure?
a) They depicted figures with dramatic facial expressions and poses. b) They depicted true-to-life figures without idealized features c) They depicted the human body as a source of shame. d) They depicted figures with idealized beauty and perfect proportions.  
Which statement describes a characteristic of Classical Greek relief sculpture from the Parthenon frieze?
a) The story records a series of isolated events in the life of the ruler of Athens. b) Figures reflect a combination of naturalistic detail and ideal beauty. c) It is in high relief so that objects are undercut and appear detached from the flat background. d) Figures have exaggerated proportions that give the sculpture a sense of drama.  
Which is a characteristic of the Roman Pantheon?
a) The temple walls were originally decorated with mosaics and frescoes. b) Its pediment depicts a scene from Roman history c) The architectural plan is based on the use of the Christian cross. d) Its exterior design incorporates features of Greek architecture  
Which of the following describes how ancient Roman triumphal arches reflect beliefs of the time?
a) They demonstrate the belief in the separation of church and state. b) They reflect the importance of religion in the Roman Empire. c) They commemorate and glorify Roman emperors and war victories d) They show the elevated status of Roman architects and sculptors.  
Which statement correctly describes how the sculptor of Augustus of Primaporta exhibited Roman conventions?
a) He depicted idealized features that glorify the youth and authority of the emperor. b) He made a statement about the caring nature of Roman fathers toward their children. c) He created it to reflect the Roman belief that gods and people did not interact. d) He depicted the exact likeness of Emperor Augustus without idealized features.  
Which characteristic best describes Chinese brush paintings?
a) They include small touches of gold paint to add decorative detail b) They depict humans as being small alongside towering trees and mountains. c) They feature a limited variety of brushstrokes in order to create a sense of unity. d) They depict idealized representations of the human form.  
How do Japanese artists create woodblock prints such as The Drum-Bridge at the Kameido Tenjin Shrine?
a) They divide the image into four equal sections and print one part at a time. b) They print the large shapes of color by using rubber stamps and then hand paint the fine outlines. c) They assemble the image by using very thin slices of wood, which is then inked and printed. d) They brush ink onto hand-carved wooden blocks and then transfer the image onto wa-shi paper.  
Which of the following is a convention that Hindu artists used to depict the human figure?
a) Artists portrayed human figures by using a natural, contrapposto pose. b) Sculptors created idealized representations of the human form c) Sculptors inscribed Buddhist teachings onto the base of the figure. d) Artists studied Classical conventions to depict lifelike forms.  
Which of the following is a convention used by Inca women to create woven textiles?
a) They painted complex, brightly colored designs onto finished weavings b) They combined cotton fibers with sheep wool to create durable weaving fibers. c) They used colors and patterns to convey the regional identity of the wearer. d) They used organic patterns and neutral colors to signify wealth and nobility  

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