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1. What is an icon? (**I think A..) 

A.

a religious work of art depicting holy people and/or events

B.

a sacrilegious statue worshiped by heathens called iconoclasts

C.

artwork painted on the outside of buildings with domes

D.

a sculpture created in white marble by an iconologist

2. What is a fresco?

 A.

a form of art in which watercolors are applied to natural stone

 B.

a new start on a piece of art

 C.

a painting that artists create by applying pigments to damp plaster walls

 D.

a genuine effort by Byzantine artists to duplicate the art of Rome

3. What is a mosaic?

 A.

a technique in which colored glass is used to create a picture in a window

 B.

a method of painting religious figures on wood

 C.

an elaborate piece of art in which small pieces of glass or stone form intricate pictures

 D.

an extremely large piece of art that was constructed within the dome of a church in Constantinople

4. Mark each statement if it is an advantage of Byzantium’s location.   ***MULTI CHOICE**** 

 A.

The bodies of water offered opportunities for easy travel.

 B.

The location made it easier to defend the empire.

 C.

The location provided opportunities for trade with Europe, China, and Africa.

 D.

The location offered opportunities for controlling movement in and around the territory.

5. What influenced the development of Byzantine art and architecture?

 A.

Russian religious art was the major influence on Byzantine art.

 B.

Egyptian and Indian art and architecture came together through trade in Constantinople.

 C.

Islamic architectural styles combined with Spanish tile work in Byzantine buildings and artwork.

 D.

Roman art and architecture blended with elements of Eastern styles in Byzantine art and architecture.