Art A Brief History 6th Edition Stokstad Cothren Test Bank

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ISBN-10: 0134127137

ISBN-13: 9780134127132 978-0134127132

Stokstad, Art: A Brief History, 6e, Test Item File: Chapter 3, Art of Ancient Egypt

 

Multiple-Choice Questions

  1. In Egypt, the rule by one family is known as
  2. a kingdom.
  3. an empire.
  4. a dynasty.
  5. a tribe.

Question Title: TB_03_01_Chapter Introduction_Remember_3.1

Answer: c

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Chapter Introduction, Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. Why is Upper Egypt in the south and Lower Egypt in the north?
  2. The Nile River floods in the south.
  3. The Nile River floods in the north.
  4. The Nile River flows from north to south.
  5. The Nile River flows from south to north.

Question Title: TB_03_02_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Understand_3.1

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. Who unified Upper and Lower Egypt into one empire?
  2. Khafre
  3. Hatshepsut
  4. Akhenaten
  5. Narmer

Question Title: TB_03_03_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. Which was the function of the Palette of Narmer?
  2. a breastplate
  3. a shield
  4. a place to grind paint for eye makeup
  5. a stele to honor the king

Question Title: TB_03_04_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Understand_3.1

Answer: c

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. The Egyptian convention of depicting shoulders and torso in a frontal manner and hips, legs, and feet in profile was used
  2. when depicting slaves.
  3. when depicting priests.
  4. when depicting royalty.
  5. when depicting commoners.

Question Title: TB_03_05_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Understand_3.1

Answer: c

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. In Egypt, which of the following would be portrayed most naturalistically?
  2. a king
  3. a military leader
  4. a queen
  5. a person of lesser social rank

Question Title: TB_03_06_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Understand_3.1

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. Which is a city of the dead?
  2. mastaba
  3. sarcophagus
  4. necropolis
  5. mausoleum

Question Title: TB_03_07_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: c

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. Who designed the funerary complex and stepped pyramid of Djoser?
  2. Djoser
  3. Imhotep
  4. Menkaure
  5. Menes

Question Title: TB_03_08_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: b

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. Which Third Dynasty king is buried at Saqqara?
  2. Senusret III
  3. Djoser
  4. Ramses II
  5. Hatshepsut

Question Title: TB_03_9_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: b

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. The oldest and largest of the Giza pyramids is that of
  2. Djoser.
  3. Khafre.
  4. Khufu.
  5. Menkaure.

Question Title: TB_03_10_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: c

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. In the Egyptian religion, who was the falcon-headed god?
  2. Thoth
  3. Ammit
  4. Anubis
  5. Horus

Question Title: TB_03_11_Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt_Remember_3.1

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.1 Define the pictorial and architectural conventions developed during the Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom periods in ancient Egyptian art.

Topic: Early Dynastic and Old Kingdom Egypt (c. 2950–2150 BCE)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. How was portraiture different during Egypt’s Middle Kingdom?
  2. It was not included in tombs.
  3. It showed more emotion.
  4. It displayed more idealism.
  5. It was larger in scale.

Question Title: TB_03_12_Middle Kingdom_Understand_3.2

Answer: b

Learning Objective: 3.2 Recognize the subtle changes to the conventions of ancient Egyptian art during the Middle Kingdom.

Topic: Middle Kingdom (c. 1975–1640 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. What is the significance of Funerary Stele of Amenemhat?
  2. It displays the success and harmony of dynastic rule.
  3. It represents the politics of the time.
  4. It shows military power of the government.
  5. It presents unity and confidence.

Question Title: TB_03_13_Middle Kingdom_Understand_3.2

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.2 Recognize the subtle changes to the conventions of ancient Egyptian art during the Middle Kingdom.

Topic: Middle Kingdom (c. 1975–1640 BCE)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. Why was Hatshepsut portrayed as a male king?
  2. She was not of royal blood and used her image to validate her reign.
  3. She was a warrior and led many successful battles.
  4. There was not artistic tradition for a female ruler.
  5. There was not a legitimate heir and she pretended to be a male king.

Question Title: TB_03_14_New Kingdom_Understand_3.3

Answer: a

Learning Objective: 3.3 Distinguish the refinements and transformations that occurred in the New Kingdom.

Topic: New Kingdom (c. 1539–1075)

Skill Level: Understand the Concepts

Difficulty Level: Moderate

 

 

  1. Who was the first king of Egypt to use the title “Pharaoh”?
  2. Djoser
  3. Tutmose III
  4. Narmer
  5. Khafre

Question Title: TB_03_15_New Kingdom_Remember_3.3

Answer: b

Learning Objective: 3.3 Distinguish the refinements and transformations that occurred in the New Kingdom.

Topic: New Kingdom (c. 1539–1075)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

 

 

  1. Which term describes a massive gateway to a sanctuary, such as the Great Temple of Amun at Karnak?
  2. clerestory
  3. dolmen
  4. capital
  5. pylon

Question Title: TB_03_16_New Kingdom_Remember_3.3

Answer: d

Learning Objective: 3.3 Distinguish the refinements and transformations that occurred in the New Kingdom.

Topic: New Kingdom (c. 1539–1075)

Skill Level: Remember the Facts

Difficulty Level: Easy

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