Question 7 1 1 pts where did italian renaissance

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Question 7 1 / 1 pts Where did Italian Renaissance architects get their inspiration? From Christian examples From Greek examples From Islam examples Correct! From Roman 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.
Question 8 1 / 1 pts The Renaissance architects got their notions of architectural beauty from _____________. Select the best answer.
The Greek writings of Socrates, who surprisingly was a great architect as well as a philosopher. Early Jewish writings in the time of Solomon. Correct! The Roman writings of Vitruvius. Vitruvius Roman essays stressed harmonious form, mathematical proportion and the architectural elements of columns, arches, domes and other features. Question 9 1 / 1 pts If you were to look at a ten-story modern building next to a typical Florence Renaissance private palace such as the Bartolini, how would they compare?
Question 10 1 / 1 pts What were the palazzi of Florence (you see them throughout the movie Inferno)?
Large private houses inside the city of Florence, built and occupied by rich merchants and bankers. This palace style of private places were picked up throughout the European Renaissance. Buildings for leppers inside the city of Florence, to keep them apart from the rest of the population. Buildings for orphans inside the city of Florence, built by rich merchants and bankers and then donated to the church to run orphanages. Pallazi were large private houses inside the city of Florence, built and occupied by rich merchants and bankers. This palace style of private places were picked up throughout the European Renaissance.

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