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Medieval Art History, Exam #2 - Study Guide

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Medieval Art History, Exam #2 - Study Guide ART 483, Art History

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Medieval Art History
Erica Bittel
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Kathryn Mason on Friday April 15, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ART 483, Art History at Fort Hays State University taught by Erica Bittel in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views. For similar materials see Medieval Art History in Art at Fort Hays State University.

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Date Created: 04/15/16
April 13 , 2016 Medieval Art History: Study Guide – Exam #2 The exam will cover Chapter 4 “Early Medieval Art in the West” Exam Breakdown: 15 Multiple­choice questions (2 points each) 5 True/False questions (2 points each) 6 Short answer questions (5 points each) 6 Image identification questions (5 points each) – 3 pts. for title, 2 pts. for date Terms and Ideas: La Téne Celts – Northern European group, advanced metal workers, Mediterranean  influence Fibulae – large safety pins for cloaks and other garments  Polychrome or gem style – multi­colored stones mounted in strips of gold, employed by  the Goths to decorate jewelry, weapons and functional objects  Huns – Attila = leader; from Asia Ostrogoths – Eastern Goths Visigoths – Western Goths Vandals – another outside force that sacked the city of Rome; Germanic Tribe King Luitprand – Ruler of the Langobards, patron of art and architecture Lombard – building technique High relief – more than ½ of the figure projects from the background Clovis I – Ruler of the Franks, adopted Christianity to ensure military victory Cloisonné – an ancient metal working technique, uses small metal filament and colorful  glass enamel to create a luminous surface  Viking – essentially a pirate, term generally applied to medieval Scandinavian culture Chip­carving – carving or fastening technique; derived from wood carving and designed  to catch and reflect light Sutton Hoo – Anglo­Saxon burial cite, two cemeteries, buried in ships with their  treasures, tent like element over it and burial mound over it Manuscript Illumination – religious texts, hand colored Carpet Page – a cross, geometric ornamentation and repeated animal forms Incipit Page – Introductory words or opening phrases in the text of a medieval  manuscript Foederatii – indigenous allies Sacramentary – liturgical service book containing the priest’s part of the mass o Know the function of the images


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