Question 7 if you were a regular person living in

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Question 7 If you were a regular person living in Florence in the Middle Ages, what building material would you use? Fired mud or tiles on top of wood construction Wood Correct! Correct!
Slate for roofs and a plaster over wood for the external walls. A weak type of stone in contrast to strong rock used by kinds In the Middle Ages in northern Italty, stone was used almost exclusively for the building of towers by the wealthy. 1 / 1 pts Question 8 Where did Italian Renaissance architects get their inspiration?
2019/10/30 Quiz on Movie: Inferno (2016): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2019 Fall - B) From Roman examples Correct! Correct! From Christian examples The architects of the Italian Renaissance based their ideas on Roman examples. The reading made it clear that Italian Renaissance architects went on trips to Rome to study the various aspects of classical Roman building design and construction. 0 / 1 pts Question 9 Paintings of street scenes in Florence in Goldthwaite's article about the Renaissance show what element of architecture? You Answered You Answered
6/10 Wood buttressing to support upper ±loors and roofs. orrect Answer orrect Answer The ±irst use of iron in buttressing to support upper ±loors and roofs. The wood buttressing to support upper ±loors and roofs shown in paintings of mid-15 century Florence contributed to the prevalence of building ±ires in this period. th 1 / 1 pts Question 10 The architects of the early Renaissance did not have asphalts for their streets. Instead, they made streets and squares of Florence using a type of stone.
2019/10/30 Quiz on Movie: Inferno (2016): PUP 200: Cities in Cinema (2019 Fall - B) What type of stone did the Florence architects use to make their squares and why? Correct! Correct!
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