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Which of the following features of Siena's Palazzo Pubblico  was intentionally designed to "dwarf" its counterpart in  Florence? o the bell tower The chapter's "Continuity and Change" section examines two  Virgin and Child images through which, the author states, "we  see a hint of what would be the driving force of intellectual  pursuit in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries." Instead of  exploring the meaning of the Bible, what pursuit does the  author contend has replaced it? o what it means to be human o Which of the following does the author mention as the most  important contribution of Florence's bankers and  moneylenders to world trade? o Gold florin o Who serves as Dante's guide through Paradise? o Beatrice Which of the following is NOT included among the pilgrims in  The Canterbury Tales ? o None of the answers are correct. The Gothic style of architecture spread rapidly across Europe.  In which nation was Wells Cathedral--one of the finest  examples of this architectural style? o England Who is the author of  Book of the City of Ladies o Christine de Pizan The chapter mentions a series of paintings representing a 
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This note was uploaded on 03/21/2011 for the course HUM 2210 taught by Professor Evans during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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