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A good example of a building in the Ionic style is the _____________.
a) Temple of Athena Nike, Acropolis b) Parthenon c) Temple of Poseidon, Paestrum d) Basilica, Paestrum
A standing nude figure of a young man is known in Greek ar as which of the following?
a) kore b) kouros c) Ka d) stele
Who was the politician most responsible for he re-building of the Athenian Acropolis in the 5th Century BCE?
a) Pericles b) Aristotle c) Philip of Macedon d) Alexander the Great
The chryselephantine statue of Athena Parthenos stands fully armed. What other warfare symbol accompanies the Athena Parthenos?
a) the shield with head of Xerxes b) small Persian soldier at her feet c) the helmet with the headless Persian d) Nike on her hand
The earliest known example of the use of contrapposto is the sculpture known as the ____________.
a) Kouros from Tenea b) Kritios Boy c) Diskobolos d) Doryphoros
How does the warrior sculpture, Riace Bronze demonstrate natural motion in space?
a) still rigidly frontal b) hip swing not marked c) shoulders remain even in space d) arms freed from body
When compared to the Classical style, Greek Hellenistic ar could be characterized as:
a) more realistic and emotional b) less apt to express emotion c) more rigid d) having a narrower range of subject matter
How does the figure of the calf-bearer differ from earlier Greek statues as well as Egyptian and Near Eastern statues?
a) inclusion of the animal (calf) b) subject matter c) smile d) cloak
Black-figure ceramics would most likely be found in conjunction with the art of which of hte following periods?
a) Geometric period b) Late Classical period c) Archaic and Early Classical d) Hellenistic
Early Archaic monumental stone statues followed Egyptian style very closely. This style can be described as __________________.
a) rigidly frontal left foot slightly advanced b) rigidly frontal c) rigidly frontal left foot fully advanced d) rigidly frontal right foot fully advanced
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