Ch_18_practice_test - Chapter 18 Gothic Europe Multiple...

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Chapter 18 Gothic Europe Multiple Choice Select the response that best answers the question or completes the statement. 1. In the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, contemporary commentators considered Gothic buildings __________ ________. a. old work c. modern work b. traditional work d. German work 2. Saint Dionysius (Denis) brought _________________ to Gaul. a. Christianity c. Gothic art b. Hiberno-Saxon manuscripts d. Byzantine icons 3. Abbot Suger marveled at the quality of light that poured in through the stained glass windows. He called this colored light ______________. a. lux clarus c . lux pulcher b. lux nova d. lux obscurus 4. The rose window punctuates the cathedral’s ____________________. a. doors c. altar b. bell tower d. upper story façade 5. The west portal of __________________constitutes the most complete and impressive surviving ensemble of Early Gothic sculpture. a. Amiens Cathedral c. Notre Dame, Paris b. Laon Cathedral d. Chartres Cathedral 6. In 1130, Louis VI moved his official residence to ______________. a. Reims c. Chartres b. Paris d. Lyon 7. The clergy offered __________________________ to those who helped underwrite the enormous cost of erecting a cathedral. a. tax breaks c. indulgences b. monastic lands d. immunity from Crusade service 8. The High Gothic tripartite nave elevation consists of arcade, triforium, and ______________. a. tribune c. clerestory b. gallery d. side aisle 110
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9. The north transept rose window of Chartres Cathedral was a gift of _______________. a. Hildegard of Bingen c. Eleanor of Aquitaine b. Blanche of Castile d. Jeanne d’Evreux 10. Sainte-Chapelle was a repository for the __________________ relic. a. Crown of thorns c. Cross of St. Peter b. Hair of Mary Magdalene d. Bones of St. Mark 11. _____________________ is a prime example of the Rayonnant (radiant) of the High Gothic age. a. Chartres Cathedral
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