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Choose a regrade mode  Change points or correct answer  Drop question  Give full credit  This regrade will affect all users who submitted this Assessment containing this question.  Regrade not available  This content item's settings prohibit regrade on this item.  Time expired  Your time has expired. The assessment has been automatically submitted.  Regrade not available  This is a linked Assessment or Question. Only the owner has edit rights.  Submitted by Bogdan, Dawn (bogda102) on 7/22/2011 10:45:03 AM Points Awarded 62.00 Points Missed 2.00 Points Ungraded 36.00 1.  The intersection of two barrel vaults creates which of the following? A) Rib Vault B) Buttress C) Groin vault D) Pendentive Points Earned:  2.0/2.0 
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2.  In the later Middle Ages religious books were created for the private devotions of the laity. They were based on  readers used by the monks. These books contained prayers to be read at specific times during the day, they  were popularly known as __________________. A) New Testament B) Books of Sacramentaries C) Books of Devotions D) Books of Hours Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  3.  Which of the following became a standard feature of French Gothic Architecture? A) Fan vaulting B) Rounded arches C) Perpendicular style D) Rose window Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  4. 
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The  Symbol of Matthew from the Book of Durrow shows frontal head, profile feet, and a cloak and frame that  resemble contemporaneous cloisonne metalwork. Which of the following statements describes this?
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A) wedding the abstraction of Byzantine adornment and Early Christian pictorial imagery B) wedding the abstraction of Early Christian adornment and Late Roman pictorial imagery C) wedding the abstraction of Late Roman adornment and Early Christian pictorial imagery D) wedding the abstraction of the Early Medieval adornment and Early Christian pictorial imagery Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  5. 
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estrian statues were reminders of Rome's glory. Charlemagne returned to Rome after his coronation with a A) Justinian B) Marcus Aurelius C) Alexander the Great D) Julius Caesar Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  6.  What area of Western Europe was never colonized by Rome? A) England B) Ireland C) France D) Spain Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  7. 
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A) Original Sin and Redemption B) The Passion C) The Old Testament D) The New Testament Points Earned:  2.0/2.0  8.  The "Alternate" support system is first found in the architecture of which period? A) Ottonian
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This note was uploaded on 09/25/2011 for the course HUMA 201 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Canton.

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