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First Midterm Exam – February 14, 2008 Image Listing and Essay Questions Format of First Midterm Exam: Part 1: Slide Identification 10 images x 5 points each = 50 points Part 2: Vocabulary Terms Matching 10 terms x 2 points each = 20 points Part 3: Essay Questions 2 questions x 40 points each = 80 points Total: 150 points Slide Identifications You are responsible for all monuments below; you will find every one of them in your textbook. For each Slide ID, you will list ALL 5 pieces of information: 1. Architect, last name or names, or list if unknown or anonymous 2. Name of Monument 3. Date of the Monument 4. Architectural Style or Period, according to subheadings below 5. Location of Monument, the city in which it resides, or list if never built ***Second Edition Textbook First, (Third Edition Textbook in Parentheses)*** Italian Renaissance 11-7 (11-6). Brunelleschi and Michelangelo . San Lorenzo , Florence. 1421. 11-17 (11-16). Alberti . S. Andrea , Mantua. 1472. 11-31 (11-27). Bramante . Tempietto, Rome. 1502. 11-51 (11-47). Palladio . Palazzo Chiericati , Vicenza. 1550. 11-55 (11-51). Palladio . Villa Rotonda , Vicenza. 1566. English Renaissance 11-78 (11-73). Jones . Queen’s House , Greenwich. 1616. 11-80 (11-75). Jones . Banquetting House , London. 1619.
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