ARC 1701 Sum B 2009 Test No. 2 Study Guide REVISED

ARC 1701 Sum B 2009 Test No. 2 Study Guide REVISED -...

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ARCHITECTURAL HISTORY for NON MAJORS College of Design, Construction and Planning School of Architecture ARC 1701/Architectural History for Non-Majors: Test #2 Study Guide REVISED Test Procedures Bring nothing to the test except a picture ID and several lead pencils with erasers. Be certain your pencils are lead so the scanner can read your test sheet. Try not to bring book bags or backpacks into the exam. If you do have a bag, leave it under your desk during the test. You will need to show a picture ID when you turn in your test and test booklet to the proctors. The test will have 50 multiple choice questions, some of which will refer to graphic illustrations in the test booklet. While no specific dates of buildings will be required, you should be familiar with the general time frames of the buildings discussed in the course. Questions may involve general identification of the building culture ( English Gothic ), architectural features or technology ( which building has a "rusticated base"? ), and the special or prototypical significance of the building type, cultural ideas, or spatial character. There are some buildings you will be expected to recognize visually and identify with the designer which are listed below. You can find images in your textbook. Be familiar with the people listed below and their significance (what did they do?). Be familiar with the terminology listed below (there is glossary in the back of your textbook). The following will help you identify important issues, people and buildings for the test. THE BAROQUE How does Baroque differ from earlier Renaissance concepts? How do political and cultural events of the 16th century affect the development of Baroque in Rome? Can you recognize a Baroque church plan like Il Gesu from a typical Renaissance church plan? Who are the Jesuits and why are they important to church architecture? What does each of the following contribute to Baroque architecture and planning in Rome: Bernini, Borromini, Carlo Maderno, Pope Sixtus the V. Be able to recognize: Il Gesu, Maderno's nave and facade at St. Peters, Bernini's contributions to St.
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