Study Guide For Midterm Slide Exam, ARTH10 03
Below are the objects/images from your textbook for which you will be responsible on the midterm slide exam. All of the images and info on the midterm will come from this guide except for maybe a couple of extra credits that I will announce in class. There won’t be any tricks or additional material on the test. All illustration numbers on the study guide refer to the illustrations in the 14th edition of the Gardner’s text. From the art works listed on the complete study guide, twenty will appear on the actual test plus two for extra credit. For each slide that I show on the day(s) of the midterm slide exam, you will need to know the name or description of the object (like “the Standard of Ur,” or “the Narmer Palette”), the culture that created it, the modern country or geographical region it comes from (in the case of Greece or Egypt, the culture and the country are the same), the approximate date (either calendar years BCE or by period when possible—Old Kingdom, Classical, etc.), the artist (if known, which is pretty rare), and questions based the specific information required for each image on this guide. The format will be short answer—just give me the answer in as few words as needed to get it right. You don’t need to write full sentences. In fact, this may slow you down.
Example (not actually on the exam):
I show as the first slide the image from illustration 2-3 from your book, and on your exam sheet the questions matching that number slide are:
1 a. What is the name of this building?
b. What culture built it?
c. In what modern country or ancient area is it located?
d. What is the approximate date?
e. There are several possible reasons why the people of this culture built such tall, tower-like structures to support temples. Give one.
So you would write in your blue book,
1 a. The White Temple
c. either Mesopotamia or Iraq would be OK. If I...
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