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Cal Poly Pomona Art 216 – History of Asian Art Quiz 1 - Study Guide Quiz format (total points = 100) 1) Essay question (40 points) One of the four (4) essay questions below will be randomly chosen the day of the exam. Make sure to prepare for all of them. 2) Multiple choice questions (30 x 2 points = 60 points) There will be 20 questions that will include definition of terms, identification of individuals, slide identification (see below for more information). List of terms 1. Indus River 2. Ganges River 3. Mohenjo-Daro 4. Steatite 5. Intaglio 6. Terracotta 7. Aryan 8. Vedas 9. Sanskrit 10. Brahman 11. Samsara 12. Karma 13. Nirvana 14. Moksha 15. Buddha 16. Siddharta Gautama 17. Shakyamuni 18. Ascetic 19. Lumbini Grove 20. Bodhghaya 21. Sarnath 22. Dharma 23. Four Noble Truths 24. Hinayana Buddhism 25. Mahayana Buddhism 26. Bodhisattva 27. King Ashoka 28. Yaksha 29. Yakshi 30. Stupa Page 1 of 5
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31. Vedika 32. Torana 33. Chattra 34. Circumambulation 35. Vihara 36. Chaitya hall 37. Mithuna 38. Jataka 39. Aniconic 40. Kushan 41. Silk Road 42. Gandhara 43. Mathura 44. Foucher 45. Coomaraswamy 46. Halo 47. Ushnisha 48. Urna 49. Mudra 50. Schist 51. Sandstone 52. Indra 53. Brahma (note that it is different from #10) 54. Avalokiteshvara 55. Maitreya 56. Nagaraja 57. Mandala 58. Siva 59. Linga 60. Siva Nataraja (note that it is different from #54) 61. Nandi 62. Devi 63. Durga 64. Ganesha 65. Vimana 66. Sikhara (in Southern-style temple) 67. Sikhara (in Northern-style temple) 68. Garbagriha 69. Mandapa Page 2 of 5
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Slide list For slide identification you need to know: - Visual recognition of work/monument -
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