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CHAPTER 11 – Test Bank Multiple-Choice Questions 1. The Gothic style originated a. on the Île Saint Louis. b. on the Île-de-France. c. at Chartres. d. at Amiens. Answer: b 2. Abbot Suger is credited with creating the first truly Gothic building near Paris. It was a. Chartres Cathedral. b. Saint-Denis. c. Saint-Chapelle. d. Saint-Pierre, Moissac. Answer: b 3. Saint-Denis was dedicated in a. 1140. b. 1200. c. 1100. d. 1210. e. 1194. Answer: a 4. Which is NOT an element of Gothic architecture? a. rib vaults b. flying buttresses c. round arches d. stained glass windows Answer: c 5. In a Gothic cathedral, a bay consists of a. an arch and a triforium. b. the space between two piers. c. clerestory windows and a section of the nave arcade. d. the space in the crossing. Answer: b
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6. Which is NOT used in making stained glass windows? a. an iron armature b. clear glass c. pigments d. metallic oxides e. tesserae Answer: e 7. A cathedral is a. the seat of a bishop. b. a large church. c. a Gothic church. d. the center of an ecclesiastical hierarchy. Answer: a 8. Most great French Gothic cathedrals were dedicated to a. Christ. b. God. c. the Virgin. d. St. Joseph. e. St. Peter. Answer: c 9. A signature window is a. one that has been signed by the artist. b. one that has been signed by the patron. c. one that has an image of the artist and patron. d.
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This note was uploaded on 07/12/2011 for the course IS 301 taught by Professor Aleiss during the Spring '08 term at CSU Long Beach.

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