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Chapter 12, Gothic and Late Middle Ages

world history, Late Middle Ages, Gothic, multiple choice, Benton and DiYanni
The Gothic style first developed around ________.

A. 1080
B. 1055
C. 1420
D. 1272
E. 1140
The Unicorn in Captivity (fig. 12.22), from the Unicorn Tapestries, is characterized by ________.

A. a monochromatic palette
B. dense background of plants
C. focus on how the lower classes lived
D. unique use of light
E. controversial use of gargoyles
dense background of plants
________ is an example of the Flamboyant Gothic style.

A. Sainte-Chapelle, Paris
B. Royal Abbey, Saint Denis
C. Saint-Maclou, Rouen
D. Notre-Dame, Chartres
E. Notre-Dame, Reims
Saint-Maclou Rouen
Paris,Early Gothic is represented by ________.

A. Wells Cathedral
B. Florence Cathedral
C. Chapel of Henry VII
D. Salisbury Cathedral
E. Notre-Dame, Paris
The Hundred Years' War involved ________.

A. England and Flanders
B. Italy and Germany
C. France and England
D. Greece and Spain
E. France and Italy
France and England
The Annunciation and Visitation (fig. 12.16) sculptures on the west façade of Reims Cathedral are of the ________ style.

A. Early Gothic
B. High Gothic
C. Rayonnant Gothic
D. International
E. Flamboyant Gothic
High Gothic
The Notre Dame, Paris (figs. 12.3 and 12.4) is a famous devotional image of ________.

A. the apostles
B. the Virgin Mary
C. the patriarchs
D. Jesus
E. John the Baptist
the Virgin Mary
The Limbourg Brothers' Les Très Riches Heures of the duke of Berry (fig. 12.20) is an example of the ________ style.

A. International
B. animal
C. Flamboyant Gothic
D. marginalia
E. Rayonnant Gothic
Sainte-Chapelle (fig. 12.9) in Paris is in the ________ style.

A. Rayonnant Gothic
B. Perpendicular Gothic
C. Flamboyant Gothic
D. Early Gothic
E. High Gothic
Rayonnant Gothic
According to religious interpretation, the unicorn in the Unicorn Tapestries represent ________.

A. the Holy Spirit
B. the Genesis story
C. Jesus as a child
D. the Virgin Mary
E. Jesus at the Resurrection
Jesus at the Resurrection
Giovanni Pisano is known primarily as a ________.

A. politiciam
B. sculptor
C. theologian
D. poet
E. muralist
Duccio is to Siena as Giotto is to ________.

A. Ghent
B. Padua
C. Milan
D. Pisa
E. Paris
surrounded by a moat,The first building on the site where the Louvre (fig. 15.28) now stands was a(n) ________.

A. zoo
B. royal residence
C. Institute for Advanced Studies
D. prison
E. fortress with a keep, surrounded by a moat
fortress with a keep
In Dante's Inferno, the most grievous and heinous of sinners are punished more severely than those who committed less odious crimes in life. In this regard, Dante's poem is indebted to the theology of ________.

A. St. Augustine
B. St. Francis of Assisi
C. St. Benedict
D. St. Thomas Aquinas
E. Thomas Beckett
St. Thomas Aquinas
I.M. Pei designed a(n) ________ to serve as the Louvre's new entrance in 1988.

A. sundial
B. dromos
C. glass pyramid
D. fan vaulting
E. cromlech
glass pyramid
The city of ________ dominated the later Middle Ages.

A. Paris
B. Rome
C. Ghent
D. London
E. Athens
________ wrote The Canterbury Tales.

A. Perotin
B. Nicola Pisano
C. Christine de Pizan
D. Guillaume de Machaut
E. Chaucer
________ combined Aristotelian philosophy and Catholic religious thought.

A. St. Ignatius Loyola
B. St. Francis of Assisi
C. St. Thomas Aquinas
D. St. Augustine
E. St. Benedict
St. Thomas Aquinas
The Cathedral of Notre-Dame (figs. 12.3 and 12.4) in Paris is an example of the ________.

A. Flamboyant Gothic
B. Late Romanesque
C. High Gothic
D. Rayonnant Gothic
E. Early Gothic
Early Gothic
The ________ was the most celebrated literary work of the Middle Ages.

A. The Book of Feat of Arms and Chivalry
B. Divine Comedy
C. Canterbury Tales
D. Book of the City of Ladies
E. Decameron
Divine Comedy
located just north of Paris,The Gothic style began ________.

A. Florence Cathedral, Florence
B. Westminster Abbey, London
C. at Notre-Dame, Paris)
D. in England at Sutton Hoo
E. the royal abbey of Saint-Denis, located just north of Paris
the royal abbey of Saint-Denis
The number ________ assumed special importance for the builders at Chartres.

A. four
B. five
C. one
D. six
E. three
The Notre-Dame, Chartres (fig. 12.5) was dedicated to ________.

A. St. Thomas Aquinas
B. Benedictine monks
C. Pope Leo III
D. the Virgin Mary
E. Louis IX
the Virgin Mary
Dante's Paradiso is based on ________.

A. his investigations of alchemy
B. the theology of Thomas Aquinas
C. the betrayal of God by Satan
D. the seven planets of medieval astronomy
E. his notions of purgatory
the seven planets of medieval astronomy
________ cathedral is the first masterpiece of the High Gothic.

A. Notre-Dame, Amiens
B. Sainte-Chapelle, Paris
C. Notre-Dame, Chartres
D. Notre-Dame, Paris
E. Saint-Maclou, Rouen
Notre-Dame, Chartres