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Unformatted text preview: CHAPTER sixteen Gothic art of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries 16 MULTIPLE CHOICE 1. In the Gothic period, Thomas Aquinas made __________ the intellectual center of Europe. A. Rome B. Milan C. Paris D. London Page reference: 514 2. The work, Summa Theologica , by Thomas __________, attempted to reconcile rationalism with religious faith. A. Aquinas B. Suger C. Savonarola D. Medici Page reference: 515 3. According to legend, Pope __________ laid the cornerstone of Notre Dame, Paris, in 1163. A. Benedict III B. John IV C. Alexander II D. Pius III Page reference: 518 4. In 1194, a fire destroyed most of the church of __________, but spared the Royal Portal and its windows and the crypt. A. Chartres B. Reims C. Notre Dame D. Salisbury Page reference: 521 5. Holes cut in the stone of the wall and filled with stained glass are called __________. A. mosaic inlay. B. concept glass. C. plate tracery. D. track tracery. Page reference: 527 6. In the Gothic period, colors symbolized important elements; __________ signified heaven and fidelity 6....
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This note was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course ARTS 1303 taught by Professor Cherry during the Spring '10 term at HCCS.
- Spring '10