HUMN1101-Introduction to Humanities

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HUMN1101-Introduction to Humanities

 

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QUESTION 1

  1. Match the figurewith the correct statement.
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Napoleon Bonaparte
                                                   – A. B. C. D. William Harvey
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Marsilio Ficino
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Niccolò Machiavelli
A. This figure helped popularize the concept of the Great Chain of Being.
B. This figure’s work ultimately values political power over Christian ethics and morality.
C. This figure coordinated the military to overthrow the French government.
D. This figure revealed the heart’s central role in moving blood throughout the human body.

12 points   

QUESTION 2

  1. Which of the following choices about Neoclassicism is accurate?
A. The discovery and excavation of Alexandria sparked interest in Neoclassicism.
B. The pediment and portico of the United States Capitol Building reflects the architectural influence of Neoclassicism.
C. Neoclassic painters such as Sir Joshua Reynolds valued realistic representations of subjects.
D. “Neoclassicism” is derived from the French word for decorative pebble and shell work.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 3

  1. Which of the following selections relates to, characterizes, defines, or describes the Medici family?
A. The family established banks in Turkey during the Middle Ages.
B. Medici family members served as patrons of Florentine artists.
C. Cosimo roundly rejected Greco-Roman traditions.
D. Giovanni was the grandson of Lorenzo de’ Medici.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 4

  1. Which of the following choices accurately describes or defines an Italian sonnet?
A. The rhyme scheme in its octave is generally ABBA ABBA.
B. The form’s innovator focused primarily on religious subjects.
C. An Italian sonnet has several stanzas.
D. The sonnet’s turn or volta generally occurs at line 13.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 5

  1. Provide the appropriate match for each entry.
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Louis Pasteur
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Edgar Hilaire Germain Degas
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. William Wordsworth
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Fyodor Dostoyevsky
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Paul Gauguin
A. Creator of The Dancing Class, this artist used photographs and multiple sketches to achieve a sense of realism.
B. Painter ofManao Tupapau
C. For this author who penned the Preface to Lyrical Ballads, the commonplace or the everyday should be the subject of poetry.
D. Argued that heating food and using sterilization equipment would reduce the impact of bacteria
E. The depiction of human psychology and behavior through higher realism shapes this author’s work.

15 points   

QUESTION 6

  1. An [x] is a type of theatrical performance with orchestral accompaniment and elaborate vocal solos.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 7

  1. Which choice accurately reflects Enlightenment beliefs?
A. Learning through rational thought leads to perfect societies.
B. Religious organizations should oversee education of citizens.
C. Governments derive their power through religion and religious structures.
D. They are disconnected from concepts of humanism developed during the Renaissance.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 8

  1. Which of the following choices best characterizes Transcendentalism?
A. True essence can be understood through human perception and sensation.
B. Fulfillment is achieved through communal interaction with other human beings.
C. Nature provides moral education and helps humans live meaningfully.
D. Human innovation with machines is an expression of spiritual development.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 9

  1. Which historical occurrence is most closely related to the Baroque period?
A. The American Revolutionary War
B. The War of 1812
C. Crusades
D. Thirty Years’ War

1.5 points   

QUESTION 10

  1. Which one of the following choices is a scientific or technological advancement of the Enlightenment?
A. Theory of relativity
B. Creation of printing press
C. Small-scale farming
D. Factory mechanization

1.5 points   

QUESTION 11

  1. Which of the following choices is accurate about humanism?
A. Renaissance humanist thought was limited to art.
B. Venice served as the center of humanism during the Early Renaissance.
C. Humanist thinkers privileged the rational and the empirical.
D. Humanism called for the strict study of religious scripture.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 12

  1. Boucher’s Bath of Dianareflects Rococo in which one of the following ways?
A. Its treatment of a serious subject
B. Its emphasis on line and proportion
C. Its use of deep colors
D. Its depiction of delicate beauty

1.5 points   

QUESTION 13

  1. This work is an example of Baroque painting.
A. Madame de Pompadour
B. Hay Wain
C. The Oath of the Horatii
D. Calling of Saint Matthew

1.5 points   

QUESTION 14

  1. Which of the following choices accurately reflects Romanticism?
A. Romantic writers saw nature as a threat to the development of the self.
B. Romanticism influenced the growth and popularity of symphonic music.
C. Romantic painters looked to the future for inspiration.
D. Romanticism prized Neoclassicism’s emphasis on objective reality and the rational.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 15

  1. Similar to chiaroscuro, the term _________ is an artistic style or technique of stark contrasts between dark and light.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 16

  1. Which of the following choices is accurate concerning the Counter-Reformation?
A. The Council of Trent called for less evocative art and music.
B. The establishment and work of the Benedictine order help spread the beliefs of the Counter-Reformation.
C. St. Philip Neri authored Spiritual Exercises.
D. Papal patronage of the arts was prevalent.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 17

  1. The “Age of Reason” refers to what period generally?
A. Renaissance
B. Baroque
C. Impressionist
D. Enlightenment

1.5 points   

QUESTION 18

  1. Which of the following choices accurately characterizes, defines, or describes the Early Renaissance period in Northern Europe?
A. Most artists produced their works in the 14th Century.
B. Visual artists such as Hieronymus Bosch and Robert Campin worked primarily on large-scale wall frescos.
C. Tripoli and Venice Ghent served as major Northern European financial and trade hubs.
D. The use of oil paint helped Northern European painters achieve realism in their works.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 19

  1. Which choice below corresponds to Birth of Venus?
A. The central figure floats to shore on a seashell.
B. The portrayal of the central figure is consistent with traditional Christian representations.
C. The work was produced in the 16th century.
D. The central figure is the Greek goddess of love.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 20

  1. Which choice reflects one of Martin Luther’s contributions to the Protestant Reformation?
A. Gutenberg’s printing press was central to the circulation of Luther’s Spiritual Exercises.
B. Luther wanted classical Latin to remain the only language of church services.
C. Luther translated Erasmus’s New Testament from Latin to English.
D. Luther admonished the Church for its worldliness or coveting of earthly riches.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 21

  1. Which of the following figures helped produce the Ghent Altarpiece?
A. Jan van Eyck
B. Hans Memling
C. Michelozzo di Bartolommeo
D. Sandro Botticelli

1.5 points   

QUESTION 22

  1. Which of the following choices concerning Mannerism is accurate?
A. Mannerist paintings adhered to common Renaissance artistic conventions such as clear subjects and use of primary colors.
B. The visual art by Northern European artists such as Bruegel reflects Mannerism.
C. Cellini’s architectural structures reflect Mannerism.
D. Tintoretto’s Last Supper (1594) illustrates Mannerism’s movement away from the logic and balance of classical and early Renaissance art.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 23

  1. Which of the following choices is a distinguishing feature of the Early Renaissance?
A. The period reflected a rebirth of ideas from ancient Greece and Rome.
B. Art from the Early Renaissance period focused exclusively on religious themes.
C. Dante Alighieri’s The Divine Comedy is one of the most renown dramas from the Early Renaissance
D. Most accomplishments of the Renaissance occurred before the Middle Ages.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 24

  1. From the list below, choose the accurate statement about Michelangelo Buonarroti and his work.
A. The Monticello features Michelangelo’s most famous fresco.
B. Michelangelo painted the Sistine Chapel at the behest of Cosimo de’ Medici, who commissioned the work.
C. His David is a bronze statue.
D. An image from a Roman coin serves as source material for Michelangelo’s depiction of Adam in God Giving Adam His Soul.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 25

  1. Which choice best relates to the Tribute Money?
A. The painting uses a religious story to comment on a secular subject.
B. The painting depicts Jesus and his resurrection.
C. The painting is a diptych.
D. The painting reflects concern with the Venetian Catasto.

1.5 points   

QUESTION 26

  1. Provide the appropriate match for each entry.
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Richard Wagner
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Frédéric Chopin
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Impressionism
                                                              – A. B. C. D. E. Charles Dickens
A. Painters associated with this style used white backgrounds instead of dark ones, which departed from previous academic approaches.
B. Developed signature compositions such as mazurkas and waltzes
C. Norse mythology provided this composer with subjects for his “music dramas.”
D. This figure’s compositions include Swan Lake and The Seasons.
E. This author of Bleak HouseandA Tale of Two Cities used literature as social criticism.

15 points   

QUESTION 27

  1. Correctly match the following sentences about the Declaration of Independence and the “Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen.”
                             – A. B. The French middle class called for its creation.
                             – A. B. Its primary author is Thomas Jefferson.
                             – A. B. Its words “These rights are liberty, property, security, and resistance to oppression” reflect the bourgeoisie’s fight against tyranny.
                             – A. B. The document lists grievances against Britain’s King George III.
                             – A. B. This document influenced the creation of the other.
A. “Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen”
B. Declaration of Independence

10 points   

QUESTION 28

  1. Match the figurewith the correct statement.
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Rene Descartes
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Immanuel Kant
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Queen Elizabeth I
                                                   – A. B. C. D. Filippo Brunelleschi
A. During this figure’s nearly fifty-year reign, Ben Johnson and Christopher Marlow produced important dramatic works.
B. This figure developed the concept of categorical imperative.
C. This figure’s method of analysis reflects a continued focus on reason during the Baroque period.
D. This figure is largely responsible for creating the dome on the Florence Cathedral.

12 points   

QUESTION 29

  1. Which one of following figures is most closely associated with Anglicanism?
A. Sir Thomas More
B. St. Philip Neri
C. Desiderius Erasmus
D. Henry VIII

1.5 points   

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