Exam 1 Review

Exam 1 Review - ART 202 Medieval Art Study Guide for Exam I...

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ART 202 Medieval Art Fall 2007 Study Guide for Exam I *Please remember to bring a blue book with you to the exam * As stated in the syllabus, the exam will contain a mixture of fill-in-the blank, definitions and short answer questions, which will be illustrated with slides. In addition, many of the illustrated questions will require slide identifications. A complete slide identification will include: 1. Title of the work 2. Approximate date (within 20 years if precise date is known, OR century) 3. Material 4. Location (if listed below) The slides to be identified on this exam will be drawn ONLY from the list of images below. Images not appearing in the course textbook are listed in bold and are available on MDID in a special folder entitled, “Art 202 Exam 1 Study Images.” ***HINI! HINT! Be prepared to identify the parts of a Christian basilica, as discussed in lecture*** Image List for Exam: 1. Arch of Constantine, specifically the panel of the Distribution of Largess , 312- 315, Rome (fig. 1.5) 2. House church and the Good Shepherd , Christ Curing the Paralytic frescoes at Dura-Europos, in modern day Syria c. 240-250 3. Catacomb of Priscilla, Three Children in the Furnace , and Mother and Child (probably Mary and Christ), 3
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