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Unformatted text preview: trance gateways to temples known as pylons, or in pillared courts, where they would be placed against or between pillars: their frontality worked perfectly within the architectural context. 327 Mail@liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在 www.liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在在在在在在在在在在,在在在在在在在在在在 4. According to paragraph 2, why are Egyptian statues portrayed frontalty? ○ To create a psychological effect of distance and isolation ○ To allow them to fulfill their important role in ceremonies of Egyptian life ○ To provide a contrast to statues with a decorative function ○ To suggest the rigid, unchanging Egyptian philosophical attitudes 5. The word context in the passage is closest in meaning to ○ connection ○ influence ○ environment ○ requirement 6. The author mentions an architectural setting in the passage in order to ○ suggest that architecture was as important as sculpture to Egyptian artists ○ offer 3 further explanation for the frontal pose of Egyptian statues ○ explain how the display of statues replaced other forms of architectural decoration ○ illustrate the religious function of Egyptian statues 7. The word they in the passage refers to ○ statues ○ gateways ○ temples ○ pillared courts Paragraph 3 在 Statues were normally made of stone, wood, or metal. Stone statues were worked from single rectangular blocks of material and retained the compactness of the original shape. The stone between the arms and the body and between the legs in standing figures or the legs and the seat in seated ones was not normally cut away. From a practical aspect this protected the figures against breakage and psychologically gives the images a sense of strength and power, usually enhanced by a supporting back pillar. By contrast, wooden statues were carved from several pieces of wood that were pegged together to form the finished work, and metal statues were either made by wrapping sheet metal around a wooden core or cast by the lost wax process. The arms could be held away from the body and carry separate items in their hands; there is no back pillar. The effect is altogether lighter and freer than that achieved in stone, but because both perform the same function, formal wooden and metal statues still display frontality. 8. According to paragraph 3, why were certain areas of a stone statue left uncarved? ○ To prevent damage by providing physical stability ○ To emphasize that the material was as important as the figure itself ○ To emphasize that the figure was not meant to be a real human being ○ To provide another artist with the chance to finish the carving 9. The word core in the passage is closest in meaning to ○ material ○ layer ○ center 328 Mail@liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在 www.liuwenyong.com 在在在在在在在在在在在在在在在,在在在在在在在在在在 ○ frame 10. According to paragraph 3, which of the following statements about wooden statues is true? ○ Wooden statues were usually larger than stone statues....
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