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Chapters 18-20 Quiz
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The head from the _______ culture is one of the oldest surviving examples of sub-Saharan art.
In Nigeria, the Yoruba continue their strong tradition of _______, as seen in Olembe Alaye's House Post.
The Terra Cotta Warriors were found in the tomb of Emperor _______, from whom China takes its name.
Sesshu painted in a style that was called haboku, meaning
The indigenous peoples of New Zealand, the _______, built elaborate meeting houses for extended family gatherings and rituals
Ancient cities in Mexico such as Teotihuacan featured temples, like the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, as well as _______,one of the largest of its kind in the world.
the Pyramid of the Sun
Japanese ukiyo-e prints depicted the
Decorated with stories about Vishnu, _______ is one of the most famous monuments of Cambodia.
The Hindu sculpture Nataraja depicts the god _______ as King of Dance.
The ancient cities of Harappa and Mohenjo-Daro were located in the
Shah Jahan commissioned this structure as a tomb for his favorite wife.
the Taj Mahal
The _______ are known for their skill at building with huge, carefully cut and fitted stones, as seen in Machu Picchu.
African textiles, such as Kente cloth, feature long narrow strips of cloth that are _______ and _______ together to make garments or blankets.
This book illustrates the most respected form of Muslim calligraphy, the writing of the words of this text.
Power figures of the Congo often have _______ added to them because it is thought to have special symbolic meaning.
The Hopewell culture built large mounds, such as the Great Serpent Mound in what is now the state of
Native Australians believe that time—past, present and future—exists as
In the evolution of Buddhist architecture, early burial mounds led to the Indian
The indigenous religion of Japan is an ancient form of nature and ancestor worship called
Islamic art is unlike Western art because it prohibits
figural art in a religious context.
Sexual ecstasy as a metaphor for divine love is found in the art of the
A _______ is a Muslim theological school where the history of Islam and the interpretation of the Qur'an are taught.
The Native American Hopis and Zunis identify invisible life force spirits as
Porcelain plates made by the Chinese were decorated using _______ because it was the only color that could survive the high heat of the kilns.
The Great Mosque is complete with a _______ to mark the building's location and allow the faithful to be called to prayer by a chanter.