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Which statement below is false?
a) Pope Clement VII commissioned a fresco depicting the Last Judgment prior to dying on Sep. 25, 1534.
b) Pope Paul III Farnese confirmed the commission of Pope Clement VII for the last judgment fresco.
c) In April 1535 scaffolding was put up in front of the altar wall of the Sistene Chapel.
d) Biagio da Cesena,Vatican's master of Ceremonies, said the Last Judgment fresco was a great work for a papal chapel

Which statement below is false regarding Michelangelos fresco of the Last Judgment?
a) Michelangelo portrayed portrayed Biagio da Cesena in hell, in the figure of Minos among devils.
b) Michelangelos fresco of the Last Judgment depicts Judgment Day.
c) In the fresco, the saved descend on the left side of the painting, the damned ascend on the right.
d) In the fresco, Christ, with a clap of thunder, separates the saved from the damned.

Which person listed below did not accuse Michelangelo of heresy for his fresco of the Last Judgment?
a) Paul III
b) Pietro Aretino
c) the Dominican preacher Ambrogio Politi called Caterino
d) Giovanni Andrea Gilio

Which statement below is false?
a) Pope Paul IIIs successor, Julius III, was not worried about the nudity in the Last Judgment fresco.
b) in the Last Judgment fresco, he painted his own image in the flayed skin of St. Thomas More.
c) The Last Judgment, which Michelangelo finished in 1541 was the largest fresco of the Renaissance.
d) In January 1564, the assembly of the Council of Trent made the decision to

Which statement below is false about Michelangelo and Vittoria Colonna?
a) In 1538, three years before finishing the Last Judgment, Michelangelo met Vittoria Colonna.
b) Vittoria Colonna was a poetess and one of the most influential figures in the Viterbo Circle.
c) Viterbo Circle members believed Divine Grace to be the minor role in Christian life.
d) The sonnets and madrigals written for Vittoria Colonna between 1538 and 1547 spoke of bliss.

Which statement below is false?
a) vir melanchonicus refers to the Renaissance attitude of an absorbed and solitary contemplator.
b) Michelangelo's unsociableness has been seen as the Renaissance attitude of vir melanchonicus.
c) In 1538-39, plans were under way for remodeling buildings surrounding the Campidoglio in Rome.
d) Michelangelo's program for the Campidoglio was finished in the 1600s.

Which statement below is false?
a) Michelangelos crowning achievement as an architect was his work at St. Peter's Basilica.
b) Michelangelo, in an act of humility, was paid a stone worker's salary for his work at St. Peter's Basilica.
c) He became responsible for the altar end of the exterior building and for the final form of its dome.
d) Michelangelo was made chief architect of St. Peter's Basilica in 1546.

Which statement below is false?
a) The architect Piero Ligorio, in service to Pope Paul IV, repeated everywhere that Michelangelo was mentally fit.
b) Giorgio Vasari convinced Michelangelo to overcome his frustration and keep working on St. Peter's Basilica.
c) In 1556 Michelangelos faithful servant Urbino died.
d) In the 1550s, he produced studies and drawings of the Crucifixion and the Lament over the Dead Christ

Which statement below is false?
a) The Rondanini Pietà is a marble sculpture that Michelangelo worked on from the 1550s until the last days of his life.
b) The Rondanini Pietà displays Mother and Christ almost interpenetrate in an indissoluble union beyond passion and physical dea
c) Michelangelos younger friends, Vittoria Colonna and Luigi del Riccio were alive in the 1550's.
d) Michelangelo attacked the Florentine Pietà sculpture with a hammer, breaking off a leg and an arm from the figure of Christ a

Which statement below is false?
a) Prior to his death, he burned much of his artistic material, but not the designs for the facade of San Lorenzo.
b) Michelangelos mortal remains were first taken to Santi Apostoli in Rome, then to Santa Croce in Florence.
c) His will was three sentences: he left soul to God, body to the earth, and his material possessions to nearest relations.
d) Michelangelo Buonarroti died, giving himself up to God, on February 18th, 1564.

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