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ARC 2211 Exam3

 


 

Question 1

 

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Primitive societies designed and built their structures to respond

 

to the effects of the environment.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 2

 

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While the Anasazi peoples? cliff dwellings helped to protect them

 

from their enemies, the dwellings were sited to take advantage of

 

the overhanging cliffs to control the amount of sun exposure in

 

the summer and winter seasons.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 3

 

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Dwellings in hot, desert regions with a large day to night

 

temperature swing typically were constructed with

 


 

high mass materials to slow down heat absorbtion and to

 

allow night-time heat radiation.

 

light weight materials to avoid heat absorbtion.

 


 

readily available animal skins.

 

logs from the desert's forests.

 


 

Question 4

 

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Dwellings in hot, humid regions with a small day to night

 

temperature swing (sounds like Tampa) should constructed with

 


 

high-mass materials to slow down heat absorption and

 

allow night time heat radiation.

 

the trunks of palm trees.

 

light-weight materials to avoid heat absorption.

 

readily available animal hides.

 


 

Question 5

 

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The development of effective artificial lighting, heating,

 

ventilating, and (especially) air conditioning, allowed architects to

 

stop thinking about sun exposure, the prevailing wind patterns,

 

and temperature extremes.

 


 

True

 


 

False

 


 

Question 6

 

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Islamic architects provided light and ventilation into their

 

mosques by providing

 


 

minarets that collected solar radiation to power fans.

 

large ventilation openings and spaces lit by candles.

 

a water element, such as a fountain or reflecting pool.

 

deeply recessed openings covered with perforated screens.

 


 

Question 7

 

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The United States Embassy in New Delhi, India by Edward Durell

 

Stone (1958) totally ignored the climate and used a modern air

 

conditioning system to cool thebuilding.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 8

 

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Frank Lloyd Wright's Robie House (1909) used long roof

 

overhangs to prevent the sun from entering the windows during

 

the summer months.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 9

 

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South facing glass with a large roof overhang, bermed earth on

 

the north side, concrete floors and stone walls, minimal interior

 

partitions, and a semi-circular floor plan that followed the sun's

 

path are some of the environmental control elements employed

 

in what building?

 


 

Villa Savoy - le Corbusier (1928).

 

Lake shore Apartments, Chicago - Mies van der Rohe

 

(1954).

 

Jacobs' House, the "Solar Hemi-cycle" - Frank Lloyd Wright

 

(1948).

 

High Court Building in Chandigarh, India - le Corbusier

 

(1956).

 


 

Question 10

 

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An example of a successful Modern design with respect to the

 

climate was LeCorbusier's Salvation Army Hostel (Cite' de

 

Refuge).

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 11

 

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Le Corbusier's "Brise-Soleils" solar controls is an example of a

 

Passive Solar design strategy.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 12

 

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Energy efficient design features of LeCorbusier's Unite de

 

Habitatione, Marseilles, France (1948) include

 


 

Deeply recessed balconies with solar reflective glass, and

 

cross ventilation through each unit.

 


 

Solar reflective glass with fixed windows and a modern air

 

conditioning system.

 

Wrong!!!! le Corbusier's Salvation Army Hostel was energy

 

efficient, not his Unite de Habitatione.

 

Deeply recessed balconies with "light shelves", and cross

 

ventilation through each unit.

 


 

Question 13

 

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By manipulating the sizes of openings in a building, an architect

 

can create positive and negative air pressures that generate or

 

induce natural ventilation. This phenomenon is known as

 


 

the Pantheonic Effect.

 

the Corriolus Force.

 

the Venturi Effect.

 

Bris Soleils.

 


 

Question 14

 

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A building example that utilizes its form and external openings to

 


 

create positive and negative air pressures that induce natural

 

ventilation is

 


 

The Villa Savoy, France - le Corbusier.

 

The Pantheon, Rome.

 

The "Solar Hemi-Cycle", Wisconsin - Frank Lloyd Wright.

 

The Barcelona Pavilion, Barcelona - Mies van der Rohe.

 


 

Question 15

 

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I dentify the building shown.

 


 

The Seagram Building, New York City - Mies van der Roe

 


 

and Philip Johnson.

 

The John Hancock Building, Chicago. - S.O.M.

 

The John Hancock Building, Boston - I.M. Pei.

 

Lake Shore Apartments, Chicago - Mies van der Rohe.

 


 

Question 16

 

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The diagonal braces on the buiding shown serve what purpose.

 


 

Symbolism for the pyramids of Egypt.

 

Simply an architectural statement.

 


 

Grounding rods for the large antennae.

 

Bracing against wind loads.

 


 

Question 17

 

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The sun always rises directly in the East, and always sets directly

 

in the West

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 18

 

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The position of the sun in the sky is defined by the

 


 

Azimuth and Longitude.

 

Latitude and Attitude.

 

Azimuth and Altitude.

 

Latitude and Longitude.

 


 

Question 19

 

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For Tampa, Florida, the Summer Solstice has

 


 

14 hours of sunshine and 12 hours of darkness; the longest

 

day of the year.

 

14 hours of daylight and 10 hours of darkness.

 


 

10 hours of daylight and 14 hours of darkness.

 

12 hours of daylight and 12 hours of darkness.

 


 

Question 20

 

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In Tampa, Florida (28 degrees North latitude), at noon on June

 

21st, the altitude of the Sun above the horizon will be

 


 

62 degrees.

 

85 degrees.

 

90 degrees.

 

39 degrees.

 


 

Question 21

 

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Rather than show slides of buildings to illustrate Chapter 8 "Economics", we saw a brief video. John Kenneth Galbraith said

 

"The most economical building is the one that promises to give

 

the greatest total pleasure for the price." What building was he

 

referring to?

 


 

The Crystal Palace.

 


 

The Taj Mahal.

 

The Great Pyramid of Khufu.

 

The Barcelona Pavillion.

 


 

Question 22

 

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Which word(s) or phrase best describes the architecture of the

 

pre-historic period?

 


 

Perfection.

 

Basic shelter, then symbolism.

 

Space.

 

Permanance, build for eternity.

 


 

Question 23

 

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An early indicator of human social gathering and community was

 


 

the Pozzolana.

 


 

the Hearth.

 

the Pylon.

 

the gated Entry.

 


 

Question 24

 

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While early humanoids originally sought shelter in caves, the

 

earliest known human constructed dwelling was

 


 

Stonehenge.

 

the Mastaba.

 

New Grange.

 

Terra Amata.

 


 

Question 25

 

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After satisfying their need for shelter, early humanoids began to

 

express symbolism in their built structures. Evidence of this can

 

be found in

 


 

pozzolana.

 


 

placing animal skins on their wood structures.

 

the hearth.

 

the stone uprights at Carnac, France.

 


 

Question 26

 

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After satisfying their need for shelter, early pe-historic humanoids

 

began to express themselves with symbolic images. Evidence of

 

this can be found in

 


 

Ronchamp, France.

 

the cave paintings at Lascaux, France.

 

the pyramids at Giza.

 

the Mastabas in Egypt.

 


 

Question 27

 

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Identify the drawing shown.

 


 

Stonehenge - Salisbury, England.

 

Table Stone at Lanyon Quoit - Cornwall, England.

 

The stone uprights at Carnac, France.

 

New Grange Tomb - Dublin, Ireland.

 


 

Question 28

 

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Evidence suggests that this structure may have been an earthen

 

burial chamber that, over time has eroded away to expose the

 

stones.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 29

 

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Identify the structure shown in the drawing.

 


 

New Grange Tomb - Dublin, Ireland.

 

Table Stones at Lanyon Quoit - Cornwall, England.

 

Stone uprights - Carnac, France.

 

Stonehenge - Salisbury, England.

 


 

Question 30

 

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As early man began to control the cultivation of grain, there was

 

less need to be nomadic hunters and gatherers. Dwellings began

 

to be peranently built in one location. This was the beginning of

 


 

the Age of Enlightenment.

 

the Industrial Revolution.

 

the Renaissance.

 


 

Cities.

 


 

Question 31

 

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An early (circa 2500BC to 1500BC) village of 10 stone dwellings in

 

northern Scotland was

 


 

New Grange.

 

Bonnie Doon.

 

Skara Brae.

 

Catal Huyuk.

 


 

Question 32

 

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An early (circa 6500BC) city of 10000 people in Turkey was

 


 

Skara Brae

 

Mesopotamia.

 

Catal Huyuk.

 


 

New Grange.

 


 

Question 33

 

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A man-made, step-shaped mountain is called

 


 

Skara Brae.

 

Catal Huyuk.

 

a Ziggurat.

 

a Mastaba.

 


 

Question 34

 

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The term used to define recent trends in city and urban planning

 

that respect the ideas found in "The Death and Life of Great

 

American Cities" - Jane Jacobs (1961) is

 


 

Broadacre City.

 

Main Street, USA.

 

New Urbanism.

 


 

Vernacular Regionalism.

 


 

Question 35

 

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Two pioneers of the New Urbanism movement are

 


 

Thomas Jefferson and Lord Burlingham.

 

Frank Lloyd Wright and le Corbusier.

 

Walter Gropius and Ludwig Mies van der Rohe.

 

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, now DPZ

 

Architects.

 


 

Question 36

 

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The first new town to follow the principles of New Urbanism was

 


 

New Port Richey, Florida (1946).

 

Lake Buena Vista, Florida (1975).

 

Seaside, Florida (+/- 1980).

 

Charleston, South Carolina (1708).

 


 

Question 37

 

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Other examples of towns that follow the principles of New

 

Urbanism include

 


 

Windsor, Florida and Kentlands, Maryland.

 

Washington, DC and New York City.

 

New Smyrna Beach, Florida and New Port Richey, Florida.

 

New Rochelle, New York and New London, Connecticut.

 


 

Question 38

 

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The town planners for the town of Seaside were

 


 

Andres Duany and Elizabeth Plater-Zyberk, now DPZ

 

Architects.

 

the Jersey Devil (Steve Badanes).

 

Robert A.M. Stern and Charles Moore.

 

Robert Venturi and Denise Scott-Brown.

 


 

Question 39

 

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Maximum front building setbacks (from the public walkway to the

 

front porch) for residential areas of Seaside, Florida were

 

determined by

 


 

the space required for a 200 square foot front lawn.

 

the size of the dwelling.

 

the maximum conversational distance.

 

building height, to allow for solar accessability.

 


 

Question 40

 

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Which word(s) or phrase best describes the architecture of the

 

Egyptian era?

 


 

Excellence and Perfection.

 

Space.

 

Basic shelter, then Symbolism.

 

Permanance.

 


 

Question 41

 

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When the Greeks visited Egypt, they considered the pyramids to

 

be ancient.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 42

 

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In 1972, the Grateful Dead performed in front of the Great

 

Pyramids at Giza. Appropriately, the song set included

 


 

Buddy Holly's "Not Fade Away".

 

"Walk Like A Pharaoh".

 

Chet Atkins' and Les Paul's "It's Been A Long, Long Time".

 

Henry Mancini's "Theme from Anthony and Cleopatra".

 


 

Question 43

 

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The "seasons" of the year in Egypt may be best described as

 


 

Rainy Season and Dry Season.

 

Hot, Hotter and Hottest.

 

Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall.

 

Innundation, Emergence and Drought.

 


 

Question 44

 

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Respect for the Nile River, and respect for the rising and setting

 

of the sun is evident in

 


 

the "causeways", which run from south to east to symbolize

 

life.

 

the innundation of the river and the emergence of the sun.

 

the allignment of the pyramids in a North-South, East-West

 

axis.

 

the use of both Papyrus (river weeds) and Lotus (sun

 

flowers) in the column motifs.

 


 

Question 45

 

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Earlier burial "mounds" that pre-dated the pyramids were

 


 

Ziggarats.

 

Stepped Pyramids.

 

Pylons.

 

Mastabas.

 


 

Question 46

 

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Egyptian architects were considered to be

 


 

Gods or Demi-gods, Confidants.

 

High Priests.

 

Master Builders.

 

Humanists.

 


 

Question 47

 

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An early Egyptian architect who developed stone architecture and

 

who is considered to be the inventor of the pyramids was

 


 

Deir el Bahri.

 

Senmut.

 

Imhotep.

 

Ramses.

 


 

Question 48

 

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The architect of the Stepped Pyramid for the pharoah Zoser was

 


 

Deir el Bahri.

 

Ramses.

 

Senmut.

 

Imhotep.

 


 

Question 49

 

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Zoser's Stepped Pyramid was probably designed as ____________

 

stacked on top of one another.

 


 

Pozzolana

 

Ziggurats

 

Pylons

 

Mastabas

 


 

Question 50

 

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In addition to being Zoser's tomb, the Stepped Pyramid complex

 


 

was a temple for Cleopatra.

 

symbolically represents upper Egypt and lower Egypt in its

 

organization and motifs.

 

was a fortress to defend Cairo from invaders.

 

housed artisans and artists.

 


 

Question 51

 

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The angle of most pyramids is

 


 

+/- 52 degrees.

 

an equilateral triangle (60 degrees).

 

a Golden Section Triangle.

 

+/- 43 degrees.

 


 

Question 52

 

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According to some theories, most pyramids were built using a

 

cylindrical drum and the mathematical formula

 


 

Length = pi x diameter.

 

Height = (3 x Diameter) x (# of Rotations).

 

Height = (4 x Diameter) x (# of Rotations).

 

Length = pi x radius.

 


 

Question 53

 

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According to some theories, the Red Pyramid was built using a

 

cylindrical drum and the mathematical formula

 


 

Height = (3 x Diameter) x (# of Rotations).

 

Length = 0.75 x (pi x Radius).

 

Height = (4 x Diameter) x (# of Rotations).

 

Length = 0.75 x (pi x Diameter).

 


 

Question 54

 

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The unique shape of the Bent Pyramid was the result of

 


 

the upper stones being removed to build the city of Cairo.

 

the collapse of another pyramid that was under

 

construction. The architect then changed the formula to a

 

less steep angle.

 


 

a mis-communication between the architect and builder.

 

a fight between the pharoah and his wife about design

 

aesthetics.

 


 

Question 55

 

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The Tomb of Queen Hatshetsut was designed by the architect

 


 

Senmut.

 

Ramses.

 

Imhotep.

 

Deir el Bahri

 


 

Question 56

 

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Hatshetsut's Tomb design echoed

 


 

the vertical weathered grooves in the cliff face into which

 

the tomb was built.

 

the sound of the Nile River rushing by the closely spaced

 

columns.

 

the Doric columns that the Egyptian explorers discovered

 

when they visited the ancient Greek temples.

 

the belief that the queen would be taken into the heavens

 

on long ramps, called "causeways".

 


 

Question 57

 

1 / 1 pts

 

Interior spaces of the later Egyptian Temples were naturally

 


 

lighted by the use of

 


 

Clear Story Windows.

 

Clerestory Windows and Light Holes.

 

Hypostyles and Pylons.

 

Clear Story Windows and Light Holes.

 


 

Question 58

 

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Given the Egyptian Temple below, identify area 1.

 


 

Avenue.

 

Propylon.

 

Pylon.

 

Sekos.

 


 

Question 59

 

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Given the Egyptian Temple below, identify area 2.

 


 

Pylon.

 

Sekos

 

Propylon.

 

Hypostyle Wall.

 


 

Question 60

 

1 / 1 pts

 


 

Given the Egyptian Temple below, identify area 3.

 


 

Atrium, Court or Fore-Court.

 


 

Great Hall, Hypostyle Hall.

 

Sekos.

 

Narthex.

 


 

Question 61

 

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Given the Egyptian Temple below, identify area 4.

 


 

Sekos or Sanctuary.

 

Megaron Unit.

 

Court.

 

Great Hall, Hypostyle Hall.

 


 

Question 62

 


 

1 / 1 pts

 

Given the Egyptian Temple below, identify area 5.

 


 

Great Hall, Hypostyle Hall.

 

Narthex.

 

Apse.

 

Sekos or Sanctuary.

 


 

Question 63

 

1 / 1 pts

 


 

Which word(s) or phrases best describe the architecture of the

 

Greek era?

 


 

Space.

 

Utility, Firmness and Beauty.

 

Permanance.

 

Excellence, Perfection.

 


 

Question 64

 

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Which series of terms best describes the evolution of the Greek

 

temple.

 


 

Temonos; Acropolis; Agora; Polis; Stoa; Theatre; Temple.

 

Egyptian Doric, Doric, Ionic and Corinthian.

 

Sacred grove of trees (Temonos); Wood structure

 

symbolizing tree trunks and canopy; Conversion from wood

 

to stone structure; Stone structure.

 

Acropolis; Propylaia; Erechtheion; Parthenon.

 


 

Question 65

 

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Which word(s) or phrase best describes the architecture of the

 

Roman era?

 


 

Humanist ideals.

 

Excellence and perfection.

 

Basic shelter, then symbolism.

 


 

Mastery of space. Mastery of Engineering.

 


 

Question 66

 

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Differences between the Greek and Roman temples included

 


 

Greek temples were for priests only; Roman temples were

 

public buildings.

 

Greek temples were aligned with an exterior piazza,

 

approached from the front, and had engaged columns.

 

Both were approached from 4 sides, but Roman temples

 

had engaged columns.

 

Roman temples were aligned with an exterior piazza,

 

approached from the front, and had engaged columns.

 


 

Question 67

 

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The first Roman ruler to embrace Christianity was

 


 

St. Peter, the first Pope.

 

Caesar Augustus.

 


 

Constantine.

 

Nero.

 


 

Question 68

 

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The Roman building type that was chosen as the most suitable

 

model for Christian churches was the

 


 

Forum.

 

Basilica.

 

Pantheon.

 

Temple.

 


 

Question 69

 

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Skip to question text.

 


 

Note the clever use of Roman numerals in this question. The

 

reasons that the building type chosen as the most suitable model

 

for Christian churches included:

 

I.

 

It was a symbolically religious building type.

 

II.

 

It was NOT a religious building type, so it had no pagan

 

symbols.

 

III. It could house large congregations.

 

IV. Its axial alignment focused on the altar.

 


 

None of the above; a cross shape was chosen.

 

I, III and IV only.

 

I only.

 

II, III and IV only.

 


 

Question 70

 

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Early Christian/Byzantine era churches developed 2 distinct

 

forms:

 


 

The Temple form and the Basilica form.

 

The Amphitheatre form and the Basilica form.

 

The "Greek Cross" in the East & the "Roman Cross" in the

 

West.

 

The "Roman Cross" in the East & the "Greek Cross" in the

 

West.

 


 

Question 71

 

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Identify part 1. as indicated on the plan drawing of Old St. Peters.

 


 

Nave.

 

Narthex.

 

Propylon.

 

Pylon.

 


 

Question 72

 

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Identify part 2 as indicated on the plan drawing of Old St. Peters.

 


 

Nave.

 


 

Avenue of the Saints.

 

Narthex.

 

Atrium, Court or Fore-court.

 


 

Question 73

 

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Identify part 3 as indicated on the plan drawing of Old St. Peters.

 


 

Narthex.

 

Pylon.

 

Propylon.

 

Nave.

 


 

Question 74

 

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Identify part 4 as indicated on the plan drawing of Old St. Peters.

 


 

Narthex.

 

Transept.

 

Nave.

 

Aisle.

 


 

Question 75

 

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Identify part 5 as indicated on the plan drawing of Old St. Peters.

 


 

Aisles.

 

Nave.

 

Ambulatory.

 

Transept.

 


 

Question 76

 

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Skip to question text.

 


 

Identify the area indicated (part 6) as on the plan drawing of Old

 

St. Peters.

 


 

Transept.

 


 

Apse.

 

Choir.

 

Nave.

 


 

Question 77

 

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Skip to question text.

 

Identify the area indicated (part 7) on the plan drawing of Old St.

 

Peters.

 


 

Choir.

 

Ambulatory.

 

Apse.

 

Transept.

 


 

Question 78

 

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Skip to question text.

 

Early Medieval (Romanesque) churches on the outer fringes of

 

the Holy Roman Empire

 

I.

 

had small windows to provide a refuge/protection from

 

barbarian invaders.

 

II.

 

modeled their details after the age-eroded Roman details.

 

III.

 

were modeled after Roman temples typology, such as

 

Maisson Caree.

 

IV. Wrong; there were no churches on the outer fringes of the

 

Holy Roman Empire..

 


 

II and III.

 

I and II.

 

IV only.

 

I, II and III.

 


 

Question 79

 

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Churches in the Medieval (Romanesque) period were frequently

 

named after saints, whose relics were enshrined in the church.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 80

 

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The beginning of Gothic Architecture may be traced back to the

 

Crusades; returning crusaders inspired their masters, lords and

 

kings to build larger, light-filled churches, having visited

 


 

the Pyramids.

 

Hagia Sophia

 

Old St. Peters.

 

the Parthenon.

 


 

Question 81

 

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Churches in the Gothic (late Medieval)) period were frequently

 

named "Notre Dame", honoring Mary, the mother of Jesus.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 82

 


 

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Skip to question text.

 


 

Identify the area indicated (part 1) on the plan drawing of St. Foy,

 

a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Nave.

 

Narthex.

 

Court or Fore Court.

 

Propylon.

 


 

Question 83

 

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Skip to question text.

 


 

Identify the area indicated (part 2) on the plan drawing of Ste.

 

Foy, a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Great Hall or Hypostyle Hall.

 

Narthex

 

Choir.

 

Nave.

 


 

Question 84

 

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Skip to question text.

 

Identify the area indicated (part 3) on the plan drawing of Ste.

 

Foy, a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Choir.

 


 

Aisles.

 

Nave.

 

Ambulatory.

 


 

Question 85

 

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Skip to question text.

 

Identify the area indicated (part 4) on the plan drawing of Ste.

 

Foy, a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Choir.

 

Nave.

 

Ambulatory.

 

Transept.

 


 

Question 86

 

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Skip to question text.

 

Identify the area indicated (part 5) on the plan drawing of Ste.

 

Foy, a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Ambulatory.

 

Choir.

 

Nave.

 

Transept.

 


 

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Identify the area indicated (part 6) on the plan drawing of Ste.

 

Foy, a Romanesque/Gothic period church.

 


 

Choir.

 

Ambulatory.

 

Aisle.

 

Side Nave.

 


 

Question 88

 

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Which word(s) or phrase best describes the architecture of the

 

Renaissance era?

 


 

Excellence and perfection.

 

Mastery of engineering.

 

Basic shelter and symbolism.

 

Humanist ideals. Rational forms.

 


 

Question 89

 

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While the Renaissance architects admired the work of their

 

predecessors in the north, they opted for a more rational type of

 

architecture.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 90

 

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Once the Renaissance architects took their rational rules of

 

architecture to the limits, they began to break those rules. This

 

period/style was referred to as

 


 

Baroque and Rococo.

 

the Enlightenment.

 

Modernism.

 

Mannerism.

 


 

Question 91

 


 

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Baroque and Rococo architects favored shaping light-filled spaces

 

with brilliant color and sensuous detail, and with little regard to

 

the fundamental structure of architecture.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 92

 

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Not satisfied with the super-scaled and ostentatious

 

Baroque/Rococo churches, architects sought an architecture that

 

promoted social responsibility and classical education. This

 

period was known as

 


 

the Age of Enlightenment.

 

the Renaissance.

 

Modernism.

 

the Industrial Revolution.

 


 

Question 93

 

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The new found awareness of the Greek and Roman antiquities

 

brought about an architecture that adapted Greek and Roman

 

architecture to meet the needs of the 18th century. This was

 


 

referred to as

 


 

De-Construction

 

Modernism

 

Eclecticism.

 

Post Modernism.

 


 

Question 94

 

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Rejecting the ideas of the Eighteenth Century architects

 

(Eclecticism, Revivalism, etc.), Walter Gropius proposed a new

 

methodology for teaching future architects and established a new

 

school of architecture called the

 


 

Escole de Beaux Ars.

 

Bauhaus.

 

Prairie school.

 

Chicago school.

 


 

Question 95

 

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Pilotis, Ribbon Windows, Rooftop Gardens, Free Plan and the

 

Independence of Structure & Enclosure are

 


 

Ruskin's "Seven Lamps of Architecture".

 

le Corbusier's "5 Points of the New Architecture".

 

Gropius' "Bauhaus Manifesto".

 

Wright's "Prairie School Companion".

 


 

Question 96

 

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"Modernism" and the "International Style" are synonymous terms

 

for the European architecture that was inspired by the Bauhaus

 

and le Corbusier.

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 97

 

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Which statement might best summarize the work of Mies van der

 

Rohe?

 


 

Form follows function.

 

Less is a bore.

 


 

Less is More.

 

The reality of a vessel is its content, not the vessel itself.

 


 

Question 98

 

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In positive support of Modernism, Robert Venturi wrote

 

"Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture".

 


 

True

 

False

 


 

Question 99

 

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Which statement might best summarize the work of Robert

 

Venturi?

 


 

Less is more.

 

Form follows function.

 

Less is a bore.

 

The reality of a vessel is its content, not the vessel itself.

 


 

Question 100

 

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The "Nobel Type" Prize for architecture is called the

 


 

Hyatt Prize.

 

Pritzger Prize.

 

Nobel Prize in Architecture.

 

Pulitzer Prize.

 


 

 


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