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13. What is the significance of the kouros in terms of cultural exchange during the classical period? a. It is a Greek refinement of the Egyptian figural sculpture. b. It is a Roman style of household decoration that was also used by wealthy Greeks. c. It is an art form that the Greeks borrowed from the Phoenicians for religious and cultural festivals. d. It is an Iberian artifact used by the Greeks to mark burial sites.
14. How is the classical concept of the "republic" still evidenced in contemporary life?
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PRE-ASSESSMENT: INTRODUCTION TO HUMANITIES 15. Which two beliefs are characteristic of the Renaissance?
16. What was the effect of rationalism during the Renaissance?
17. Which statement is true of the madrigals during the Renaissance? a. Madrigal compositions used a solo voice and focused mainly on the pursuit of political power. b. Madrigal composers incorporated various instruments to imitate the human voice. c. Madrigal compositions used instruments instead of the human voice to heighten the emotional experience for audience d. Madrigal composers created secular songs that married the sound of the music to the written word.

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