Art of South and Southeast Asia, Art of the Americas, Art of Ancient Africa

Ancient Indus sculptures were _____________________contained inscriptions along the top edge that we cannot understand today.
Which of the following schools of thought for representing Buddha flourished between the first and fifth centuries, and was distinctly Greco-Roman style?Gandhara
In ancient Indus sculpture, people were represented _______________.realistically
Which of the following schools of thought for representing Buddha often focused on scenes from Buddha’s life?Amaravati
Which of the following works of art is from the Gupta period?[NOT] http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0280002.jpg
Among all school of thought concerning the representation of Buddha, which of the following is not a common trait of Buddha?Buddha is always shown in a cross-legged position.
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0210000.jpg
Which of the following is not true of the sculpture above?
[NOT] The sculpture stands 3 3/4 inches tall.
What happened to the ancient peoples of the Indus Valley?They disappeared as though into thin air, and the cause remains unknown.
Which of the following is not true of art during the Gupta Period?The art combined Hellenistic, Persian, and Native styles.
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0240000.jpg
This sculptural representation of Buddha is an example of the _____________ school of thought.
[NOT] Gandhara
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-04-00_files/i0270000.jpg
This example of Southwestern rock art shows an image of ________________.
a hunting excursion
Which of the following is not true of Mesoamerican civilizations?The Mesoamericans are attributed with creating a technique that used the painters fingers and yucca fiber brushes to apply reddish pigment made from iron oxide.
The Olmec produced an abundance of ______________. The blocks of material were quarried, then transported from distant sites.[NOT] rock art paintings
Which of the following is not true of the North American Southwest?The Natives of the North American Southwest produced an abundance of basalt sculpture.
In what state were the colossal head sculptures found in Mesoamerica?They were discovered vandalized and in disrepair.
Which of the following is not an example of Mesoamerican art?[NOT] B)
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-04-00_files/i0240002.jpg
Amongst the Mayan peoples, painters were a part of the ____________.[NOT] working class
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-04-00_files/i0230000.jpg
This piece is entitled _______(1)_______. It is attributed to the _______(2)_______.
(1) Hunter’s Mural; (2) Freemont people
The Mesoamerican colossal head monuments were are believed to depict ______________.important figures
What is a codex-style of painting?A style of painting in which a white slip, painted in light brown washes is applied, and then the images are outlined in dark brown or black.
All of the following are examples of royal regalia, except:[NOT] C) http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-05-00_files/i0260002.jpg
What was found at Igbo Ukwu?evidence for copper alloy or bronze casting in Sub Saharan Africa.
Which site is believed to have been the site of an ancient elite burial and shrine?Igbo Ukwu
In 1491, King Nzinga converted the Kongo Kingdom to Christianity. Which of the following was not true in the Kongo Kingdom after 1491?[NOT] Trade between the Kongo and neighboring nations was solidified.
_____________ is an ancient African location that archeologists believe was first settled in 200BC. At this location, archeologists have found examples of small figures and Islamic architecture.Jenne
What is royal regalia?Jewels, scepters, and other artifacts of the reigning royal family.
The discovery of the Blombos cave suggests _________________[NOT] copper alloy or bronze casting were first used in Sub Saharan Africa.
In Jenne art, figures were _________________all of the above.
In the Kongo Kingdom, textiles were ____________________used in funerary rituals and as a form of currency.
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-05-00_files/i0200000.jpg
This piece of art entitled, Horseman, is an example of ________________.
Jenne art

Art of South and Southeast Asia

Ancient Indus sculptures were _____________________contained inscriptions along the top edge that we cannot understand today.
Which of the following schools of thought for representing Buddha flourished between the first and fifth centuries, and was distinctly Greco-Roman style?Gandhara
In ancient Indus sculpture, people were represented _______________.realistically
Which of the following schools of thought for representing Buddha often focused on scenes from Buddha’s life?Amaravati
Which of the following works of art is from the Gupta period?[NOT] http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0280002.jpg
Among all school of thought concerning the representation of Buddha, which of the following is not a common trait of Buddha?Buddha is always shown in a cross-legged position.
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0210000.jpg
Which of the following is not true of the sculpture above?
[NOT] The sculpture stands 3 3/4 inches tall.
What happened to the ancient peoples of the Indus Valley?They disappeared as though into thin air, and the cause remains unknown.
Which of the following is not true of art during the Gupta Period?The art combined Hellenistic, Persian, and Native styles.
http://media.education2020.com/evresources/1086-07-03-01-00_files/i0240000.jpg
This sculptural representation of Buddha is an example of the _____________ school of thought.
[NOT] Gandhara