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Chapter_10_test_with_answers - Chapter 10 THE ROMAN EMPIRE...

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Chapter 10 THE ROMAN EMPIRE MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. Which of the following describes the Temple of “Fortuna Virilis” (Temple of Portunus), Rome? a. pseudo-peripteral b. peripteral c. marble façade d. placed on a stylobate Answer: a 2. Which of the following is uniquely Greek in style and was imported to Rome in the first century BCE? a. rectangular shaped temples b. tholos style temples c. cement facades d. Tuscan columns Answer: b 3. Roman temple design during the Republican period reflected the colossal design of the Greek Hellenistic style. This can be seen in which of the following temples? a. Temple of “Fortuna Virilis” (Portunus), Rome b. Temple of Vesta, Tivoli c. Pantheon, Rome d. Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia, Palestrina Answer: d 4. Freed slaves often ordered portrait reliefs for their tombs. Which of the following is the best reason for this? a. celebrate their new status as free b. reminder of their former status as slaves c. commemorate their status as Roman citizens d. celebrate their immortality via portraiture Answer: c Page 243 5. Which of the following structural materials allowed the architect of the Sanctuary of Fortuna Primigenia to raise such a grand and eloquent expression of Roman power? a. concrete b. marble c. bronze rebar d. metal armatures Answer: a 81 Connect slave art to earlier traditions, and later to middle ages.
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6. The Republican portraits are usually of older men. Which of the following explains the life-like veritism of these portraits? a. the Hellenistic tradition of portraiture b. the Etruscan tradition of funereal sculpture c. the tradition of the treasured household imagines d. the new Republican tradition of portraiture Answer: c 242 7. Which of the following was the first to break with tradition and use his portrait on Roman coinage? a. Caesar Augustus b. Pompey c. Julius Caesar d. Tiberius Answer: c 244 8. Which of the following would be located in a forum and would house the law court for the city? a. stoa b. Capitolium c. basilica d. arena Answer: c 9. The Arch of Titus shows the military triumphs of Titus, returning after the successful conclusion of the Jewish Wars in 70 CE. Which of the following was also included in the sculptural program for the Arch of Titus? a. celebration of imperial virtues b. celebration of the ancestry of Titus c. celebration of the birthplace of Titus d. celebration of the reign of Nero Answer: a 262 10. Flavian portraits, unlike Republican portraits, showed people of all ages and both sexes. Which of the following was one of the purposes of the portrait bust of the Flavian Woman (probably a Flavian princess)? a. show Republican virtue b. show divinity of the woman c. show her Greek ancestry d. show idealized beauty Answer: d 261 11. Which of the following would describe the “baroque” style of the 2 nd century CE tomb nicknamed Al- Khazneh, the Treasury, located at Petra? a.
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