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Roman architecture is possible because of what amazing discovery?
The _____ is at the center of an arch. It holds all of the pressure from the surrounding stones.
The Roman Colosseum could hold up to _______ spectators
When the Colosseum opened in 80 A.D., it had ______ days of games, which resulted in lots of deaths.
The word Pantheon literally means ______.
What famous artist is buried in the Pantheon?
At the top of the dome, in the Pantheon, there is an _____, which literally translates to ‘the eye.’
St. Peter’s Basilica is located in the heart of _____.
What two famous artists designed and completed most of the architecture and artwork in St. Peter’s?
In the center of the Piazza san Pietro (St. Peter’s Square), there is an ________. (Egyptian sun symbol)
To pay an artist to create an artwork is also known as a ______.
Who sculpted the statue of David when he was only 25 years old?
What technique was used to create the statue of David?
David stands in _____, which means all of his weight is on one leg.
The Column of Trajan is made up of a ____ that, when outstretched horizontally, is 656 ft. long.
On top of the Column of Trajan, Trajan’s statue was replaced by one of ___ so it didn’t get destroyed.
Who created the Fountain of the Four Rivers?
The Fountain of the Four Rivers is meant to represent the four rivers of ___
A human figure used to represent something nonhuman is also known as ____.
The Trevi Fountain was created to commemorate the last surviving aqueduct called ______.
A ____ is an effect of contrasted light and shadow in a 2D artwork
In the Mona Lisa, the colors blend together to create soft edges. This is called ____.
The Mona Lisa was painted by ____. It is rumored that it is a ‘self-portrait.’
The School of Athens was commissioned by the Pope and painted by _____.
In the School of Athens, which of the following does not draw your attention to the focal point: › One-point perspective › The gaze of the onlookers › Three-point perspective › The placement of the centered figures
In the Sistine Chapel, over 300 human figures were painted from what book?
The Sistine Chapel was painted by which famous Renaissance artist?
Michelangelo emphasized what in his figures?
When colored pigments are added to wet plaster and allowed to dried, it creates a ____.
The Villa of Mysteries recorded one of the many ______ within Pompeii.
Pompeii was a thriving city with approximately _____ inhabitants.
What volcano erupted, trapping the city in twenty feet of ash?
In what year did Mt. Vesuvius erupt?
What is the significance of the incident at Pompeii?
Pompeii is mostly known for the _______, which are still a controversial issue to this day.