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ISS 310—section 3 Mid-term II Spring 2009 Midterm II You have one hour and 20 minutes to complete the questions. They are all multiple- choice questions and each question has one and only one correct answer. Please make sure that you answer each and every question. 1. In Chapter 13 concerning Japanese design, the authors discuss the Rock garden of Daisen-in. The raked gravel represented ___. A. the Ocean B. Islands C. running water. D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 2. In Chapter 13 the Momoyama period introduced the tea garden and the activities of the tea ceremony. This ceremony is based upon____. A. simplicity B. meditation C. ritual D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 3. In Chapter 13 your book explains that the capital of Japan was moved to Edo (Tokyo). This landscape was flat with poor drainage affording the creation of larger ____. A. fortifications B. statues C. ponds D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 4. According to lecture about Japan, the Japanese distinctive style of design began in the ____ period. A. Heian B. Momoyama C. Edo D. None of the above E. A, B, and C
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5. According to lecture and your text, the Edo period began to incorporate ___ in the garden. A. distant views B. sho-gun statues C. bamboo figure-ramas D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 6. The public landscape garden in Japan occurred in the ____ period. A. Heian B. Edo C. Meiji D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 7. According to lecture, the Italian garden is based upon which shape? A. golden rectangle B. Latin square C. Greek Gird-iron D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 8. In the 15 th Century Italy, land was viewed as _______. A. abundant B. a commodity C. dirty D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 9. Villa Lante has the concept of ____. A. time after the great flood B. evergreen and not changing like God’s word C. bi-laterally symmetrical like man, God’s creation D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 10. Villa Gamberaia is famous for its ____. A. statues B. fountains C. topiary garden D. None of the above E. A, B, and C
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11. The design of Villa D’Este utilizes ____. A. a diverted river B. megarons C. pilasters D. None of the above E. A, B, and C 12. In chapter 9, your book describes the works of Vincenzo Scamozzi and the town near Venice know as Palma Nova. The design resembles ____. A.
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