Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_031110

Arth 167_Rulers' Images_Nees Jr._Date_031110 - ARTHISTORY...

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ARTHISTORY  3/11/10 First examination answers 1. The small person at the feet represents? - Cupid and a man’s distant relative  2. Shown both sides of the work of art (palette), what do they both represent? - King, god and battle (all of the above) 3. The victor in the battle is shown where? - With recognizable portrait features 4. What is shown on both sides of the work of art? - King, god and battle (all of the above) 5. What is the central feature of this room? - A place for a book (torah shrine) 6. This image shows the anointing of which King? - David 7.  What features are important to identify him? - Hair style, turning of the head on the neck  8. Sculptural panel on the right of the steps depicts? - Aeneas 9. The falcon behind this ruler indicates the rule is associated with which god? - Horus 10. The mausoleum includes what? Altar, statue, tomb, clock (all of the above) 11. The focus in the upper part is what? - King Hammurabi evoking the sun god and the power of the king who gets power form the  god 12. Which statement is correct? The coin is meant to represent? - Zeus 13. Why was the altar of peace made? - Elected to show end of wars in 13 BCE 14. How were the pyramids aligned? - By looking at the stars 15. Ancient sculptures are what kinds? - Some signs of recognition but not lifelike 16. Who did Augustus defeat in Acadia? -
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