5 Written questions
4 Multiple choice questions
- Ancient Rome, Also known as the Flavian Ampitheater. 2/3 of a mile in perimeter, 50 levels, designed to entertain the masses. Had the Velarium and Vomitorium
- Baroque. Originally a hunting lodge. Louis XIV turned it into a governmental building. 250 acres, 1300 rooms, 2,000 windows. No bathrooms. Blurred contours, undulations, scrollwork, vases, and garland (O in GLOP). Had the Royal chapel, mercury room hall of mirrors, etc
- Asia. Built from 221 BC-1500 AD. Located in the northern part of China, and was meant to keep in vaders out. Made out of mud, chalk, gravel, and lime mixed with adhesives (like rice or egg whites)
- Ancient Rome. Temple dedicated to all the gods. Built from 120-127 AD. Had the shape of the Earth on the inside (square) and shape of the sky on the outside (round). Osculus on top
4 True/False questions
Villa Rotonda → Located in Rome, first Church of the Baroque Era. Begins Baroque Architecture. Influences architecture for the next 200 yrs. No dome establishes it as separate. Paired columns extend on other levels.
Duomo → Renaissance. , dome, lightweight easily supported, efficient construction(cut costs), herringbone, stabilized dome, double shell, gothic=ribbed vaulting, roman=oculus, Renaissance=Lantern at top of dome
Triumphal Arch → Ancient Rome. Designed for War Heroes and decorated with statues and trophies. Built with many vaults stacked behind another
Il Gesu → Located in Rome, first Church of the Baroque Era. Begins Baroque Architecture. Influences architecture for the next 200 yrs. No dome establishes it as separate. Paired columns extend on other levels.