Study Guide for Quiz 3 - QUIZ#3 STUDY GUIDE Unlike the...

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QUIZ #3 STUDY GUIDE
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Unlike the first two quizzes, for Quiz 3 (and most of the rest of the exams this semester), you will need to be able to identify images-- by artist (when commonly known), name of object or monument, date (get as close as you can), and culture . The images you need to be able to identify for Quiz 3 are below. Be sure, however, to study the full lectures (powerpoints on ICON) and your textbook as well as this study guide, since those include important information that will be useful to you on the exam. The images on the quiz will also be accompanied by short multiple choice questions or in some cases questions you need to answer with a short statement. So as you study the image IDs, also study your lecture and discussion section notes and the textbook. Some “Sample Questions” are included below, but to anticipate this part of the quiz, try to come up with your own questions (and answer them!) for the images. This process of quizzing yourself, along with your reading and class notes will help you prepare.
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Vocabulary to Know Paleolithic Neolithic Megalithic Cuneiform Ziggurat Stepped Pyramid Pyramid Canon of proportions Stele Archaic Period, Greece Classical Period, Greece Hellenistic Period, Greece, Contrapposto Doric Ionic Corinthian Capital (a column’s top) Entablature Pediment Polytheistic Monotheistic Upper Egypt Lower Egypt Hieratic or Hierarchical Proportions Idealization vs. naturalism Post and lintel Colonnade Arcade Dome Drum (round structure upon which a dome rests) Aquaduct Mosaic Medieval Illuminated Manuscript Romanesque Gothic Nave
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OBJECTS TO KNOW You will need to be able to identify the following images by artist (if that information is available), title, approximate date (get as close as you can), and culture/style/or location.
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+ Cave Paintings, Lascaux, France, ca. 30,000-25,000 B.C.E.
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