Cause and Effect

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  • Topic: George Frideric Handel, Baroque music, Baroque
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This term is used to describe the emotional and ornate art and architecture of the 1600s. [pic]
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Romanesque

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b.
Gothic

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c.
Classical

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d.
Baroque

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The colonnaded piazza added to St. Peter's is the achievement of this architect. [pic]
a.
Borromini

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b.
Michelangelo

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c.
Bramante

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d.
Bernini

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This artist painted The Calling of Saint Matthew.
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a.
Van Eyck

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b.
Carravaggio

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c.
Boccacio

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d.
Botticelli

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This painting technique strongly contrasts light and dark for dramatic purposes. [pic]
a.
sfumato

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b.
avant garde

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c.
chiaroscuro

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d.
trope l'oeil

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This monarch used the Palace of Versailles to act out the role of supreme ruler and to retain his mastery over the aristocracy. [pic]
a.
Frederick the Great

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b.
Henry VIII

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c.
Louis XIV

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d.
Charles V

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This Italian scientist designed and built his own telescope to study the phases of Venus. [pic]
a.
Galileo

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b.
Pascal

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c.
Descartes

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d.
Copernicus

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This author wrote Paradise Lost, intending to "justify the ways of God to men." [pic]
a.
Cranshaw

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b.
Milton

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c.
Donne

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d.
Cervantes

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This innovation in musical entertainment (represented by Monteverdi's works) first appeared in the 1600s. [pic]
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chansons

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b.
melismas

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c.
operas

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d.
minuets

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This French philosopher is associated with the phrase "Cogito, ergo sum" and is often called the "Father of Modern Philosophy." [pic]
a.
Hobbes

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b.
Pascal

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c.
Spinoza

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d.
Descartes

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This English author wrote Leviathan and was the advocate of "materialism." [pic]
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Locke

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b.
Descartes

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c.
Spinoza

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d.
Hobbes

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This musician composed the oratorio Messiah, which is among the most familiar of all Baroque musical masterpieces. [pic]
a.
Lully

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b.
Monteverdi

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c.
Scarlatti

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d.
Handel

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This painter was considered the greatest painter active in Spain during the late 16th century. [pic]
a.
Ribera

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b.
El Greco

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c.
Velázquez

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d.
Caravaggio

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This author is the first to write in the metaphysical style and exerted a strong influence on many younger poets. [pic]
a.
Cranshaw

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b.
Milton

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c.
Donne

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d.
Cervantes

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This artist is often described as the first woman in the history of the Western world to make a significant contribution to the art of her time. [pic]
a.
Hendrickje Stoffels

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b.
Marie de Medici

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c.
Artemisia Gentileschi

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d.
Helene Fourment

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Spain's king and queen appear in this artist's painting (Las Meninas), as an indication that they had visited...
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