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Arch History Final
First architect if the Renaissance?
Inventor of the Duomo in Florence
The Great Pyramid is located...
In line with the compass points.
The Sphinx is...
Older than the Great Pyramids.
Post & Lintel construction
3.14 is found in the design of...
The Great Pyramid
The Washington Monument is...
a row of windows in the upper part of a wall
A column was an entry for what building competition?
Sick building syndrome
Architect in Greek
Corbu thought that architecture was
An emotional aesthetic
William Morris thought that architecture was...
Building + Art
Environment behavior studies
A megalithic is...
Large stone structures
The first stone capital in the world is located in...
The Great Pyramids are located in...
Designing in the likeness of man
large hard stone blockage
Long path to the Nile River
An example of the humanizations of art in the Renaissance...
The Doors of Paradise in Florence
Who wrote The Lives of the Artists?
Alberti thought that the fundamental ornament in architecture was the...
A bark was a..
Obelisk architecture is...
Large pointed stone.
A cartouche is...
Egyptian name tag.
The tomb that was discovered in the 1920's was...
Which side of the Nile did the Egyptian locate their necropolis?
Trompe L'oeil is...
False painting of a perspective.
The church by Gibbs that was imitated throughout the British Isles was...
St. Martin's in the Fields
The home of Louis X IV was..
What led Sir Christopher Wren to design over 200 churches in London?
The great fire of 1666
Bernini said that Borromini was...
Not an architect
A pearl of wild shape is...
Gutenberg invented the...
The ancient culture that played an important role in the Renaissance was..
The person who personified the Renaissance spirit was...
The prime philosophic thinking of the Renaissance was...
The country of birth for the Renaissance was...
The counter reformation started the...
Martin Luthers protest is said to have started the..
Michelangelo's primary patron in Florence was...
The urgency to construct St. Peter's was...
The loss of the Holy Lands
Filartes ten story tower of Vice and Virtue was an architectural metaphor of...
Brunelleschi dome in Florence is like the...
The first known architect was...
Presuppositions as they affect design decisions...
A person's basic beliefs
A cupola as used on Pulliam is best utilized as a mean of...
Bucky Fuller was famous for what kind of architecture?
Which building on campus demonstrated architecture as representing the passing on of knowledge?
The egg and dart motif is from..
The temple of Apollo at Brasse in Greece has a direct relation by the use of the columns to...
The style of Old Main...
The country where the greatest Gothic architecture occurred was..
Some of the best acoustical interiors of Gothic churches had a reverberation of..
A church is called a cathedral when...
The Bishops chair resided there
Who were the architects of the Gothic churches?
The thin stone and glass exterior walls of Gothic churches are...
The use of stain glass windows and the reverberation of the mass sung in Latin could be argued as...
Modifiers of behavior
Gargoyles are similar to what common feature of modern roof methods of directing rainwater?
A rose window is...
To achieve the tallest Gothic interior was the goal of..
Part of a flying buttress
The use of the term "Gothic" was at first..
St. Denis was the church of...
The first church of the Gothic style in 1225 was...
The pointed arch provided a church with...
Very high interiors
The metaphor of light is in reference to...
The entrance door openings of a church are called...
Small chapels around the ambulatory of a church are called..
The location of a church under the altar is called a...
The crossing at the transept of a church is called a...
The unique feature in Gothic architecture that let the interior have great height was...
The pointed arch
Abbott Suger wrote a treatise on light and God that had a profound effect on...
The foyer of a church is called...
The interior style of the St. Louis Cathedral is...
The exterior style of the St. Louis Cathedral is...
Who was the architectural firm the restored Union Station?
Who was the architectural firm that designed Union Station?
The interior lobby stain glass windows of Union Station depict...
Great Train Stations
The unique acoustical feature at the entry of the Station is...
The style of Union Station is...
The unique addition on the side of the Busch Tomb is a...
The roof material over Busch's Tomb is...
The phrase over the entry door to the Busch Tomb is..
Busch's tomb is constructed of...
Sullivan's Wainwright Tomb has it's influence from...
A covered vase is a symbol of...
In the 1900's, Greek Roman and Egyptian were popular styles of..
Mohammed is the founder of...
The Goths, Visagoths and Ostragoths were..
Domes in northern climates are different because of...
The architectural device that is used instead of a pendentive is..
Christ as represented in the Byzantine mosaics is..
Wheeler Hall with it's round arches is in the...
Altgeld had buildings built on Illinois University campuses that looked like...
Who is buried below the pyramid on campus?
The building that is brutal, that follows the brutalist style..
Which best notes the Egyptian influence on the Agriculture Building?
The grain tiles
An example of the design foresight of the university landscape architect, Longergram...
The planting of trees to create a canopy by Wham
Who was the famous fort designer from which Fort DeChartres is designed?
Mosaics are like computer...
A badichino is...
The covering over the altar
Hagia Sophia means..
A portico is a..
What makes concrete as used by the Romans different from what we use today?
A frigidarium is..
A cold bath
The primary element in Roman architecture was...
The advantage over Roman theaters when compared to Greek was...
They could be built anywhere
Who said Utilitas, Firmitas, Venustas?
The Roman view of space as compared with the Greek place more emphasis upon...
The architectural feature used to support the lateral load of high stone walls is...
Early Christian monastaries are a representation of...
St. Augustine's City of God
The masoleum became...
A place to be baptized
What lead to the architectural development of the ambulatory?
The need for more chapels
The dome and use of mosaics are characteristics of...
Early Christians broke away from the secular world and started..
The ambulatory is usually located in what part of a church?
The Edict of Milan was declared by...
The interior of a church that most reminded people of a ship was the...
A method of describing the form of a space and the activities that occur is..
A behavior setting
Which religion was not one of the three dominant religions of the Roman Empire?
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