Art & Architecture in Ancient Greece Chapter Exam

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Question 1 1. Why was the temple placed on a seaside cliff?

Question 2 2. Poseidon was the Greek god of what?

Question 3 3. Sounion is rumoured to be the location where Menelaus did what ?

Question 4 4. Where is the temple of Poseidon located ?

Question 5 5. Minoan people built palaces that included staircases and colonnades. What is a colonnade?

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Question 6 6. Of the following statements regarding ancient Aegean art and architecture, which is NOT true?

Question 7 7. Of the following lists, which includes the cultures considered when discussing ancient Aegean art and architecture?

Question 8 8. What is a megaron?

Question 9 9. Why does the Venus de Milo not have any arms?

Question 10 10. Contrary to 19th-century French assertions, the Venus de Milo is now believed to have been created when?

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Question 11 11. Who seems to have been the artist of the Venus de Milo?

Question 12 12. The Venus de Milo most likely depicts what deity?

Question 13 13. Besides the Statue of Zeus, what else did the people of Olympia do to honor Zeus for blessing their city with a thunderbolt?

Question 14 14. What did temple servants have to do each day to care for the statue and why?

Question 15 15. What distinguished category includes the Statue of Zeus at Olympia and other marvelous man-made creations, of which only the Great Pyramid at Giza remains?

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Question 16 16. What is a possible theory for what happened to the statue?

Question 17 17. Who destroyed the Temple to Artemis in 268 C.E.?

Question 18 18. Who burned down the Temple of Artemis in 356 B.C.E?

Question 19 19. Artemis, for whom the Temple of Artemis is built for, is the goddess associated with what?

Question 20 20. Where was the Temple of Artemis located?

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Question 21 21. Artemis was primarily worshipped across Greece as a goddess of what?

Question 22 22. What does the 'Orthia' indicate in Artemis Orthia?

Question 23 23. What did the main Spartan ritual performed at the Sanctuary of Artemis Orthia entail?

Question 24 24. Where was the Sanctuary of Artemis Orthia located?

Question 25 25. _____ was the Greek architect who Alexander the Great hired to assist in the building of Alexandria.

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Question 26 26. The three primary orders of classical architecture created by Greek architects, include Doric, Ionic, and _____.

Question 27 27. The Parthenon in Athens was dedicated which Greek goddess:

Question 28 28. The Temple of Artemis at Ephesus was considered to be one of the seven wonders of the ancient world due to its location, size and _____.

Question 29 29. Which famous poet inscribed his name on one of the pillars of the temple ?

Question 30 30. Minoan palaces featured frescos of animals and nature. What is a fresco?

Art & Architecture in Ancient Greece Chapter Exam Instructions

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