Which family gave rise to Austria? What does the term divine right refer to?
Which French king was known as the Sun King and where was his palace?
o Louis XIV
How did the floor plan of Baroque churches differ from previous church
When thinking about our class discussions of David Caspar Friedrich's
paintings, what do you recall? How does the Communist Manifesto begin?
o He was a German Romanticism painter (famous landscape painter)
What is the SDP?
o The Social Democratic Party
The so-called Dark Ages refers to the time period . . .
after the fall of the western roman empire in 476 ad
Which of the following peoples developed the Merovingian kingdom in
what had once been Gaul?
Clovis, king of the Merovingian kingdom,
Patriotic films/more political stance- right
Global scale is more to the left
Right- more emphasis on leaders
Emphasis on small towns, friends and family. If the story is more like this, its
more the values are towards the right
City is associated more f
Which of the following provided motivation for the Cluny reform
The Cluny reform movement of the early 10
century was an inspirational
boost for . . .
the spread of monasticism
Memento mori translates as . . .
When the Germanic tribes first left their Scandinavian homeland, which
groups did they encounter already settled in the northern regions of
The term Visigoths refers to the
The term Ostrogoths refers to
More makeup in theatre
No redos in theatre
Film has additional takes, can do it over again
Star driven movie- movie with a lot of stars in it
Big selling point
Tight casting- repeatedly playing the same character or similar roles
New structural innovations that accompanied the building of Gothic
cathedrals made it possible . . .
to make use of large stained glass windows
In matters of religion, medieval scholastic philosophers . . .
desired to defend their faith through the use o
Goethe and Schiller started out as "Storm and Stress" poets. What part of the
French Revolution troubled them? Why is German Classicism a reaction to the
o They believed that the guiding light of reason was restricting them
Since antiquity, "mimesis" has been the basis for all discussions of art. What
does it mean?
The problem with artists is that they are imitators/mimickers. Art is only
creators of appearance
Why did Plato argue that there was no place for artists in hi