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Q1. Chinese architecture has been described as
a. human-centered. b. ostentatious. c. religiously motivated. d. simple and easily constructed. Q2. Which statement about Confucianism is correct?
a. The word Confucianism was first used by Romans. b. It is based on the ideal of inner balance. c. It is based on the ideal of outer beauty. d. Its ideal society is one in which rank is based on birth, not on merit. Q3. The ______________ was by far the favorite subject for Song Chinese painters.
a. nude female b. landscape c. emperor d. military battlefield Q4. The religious practices of Yamato Japan before the influx of Buddhism are brought
together under the label _____________, or ?way of the gods.?
a. Horyuji b. Tsuyo c. Zen d. Shinto Q5. Unlike medieval Europe, a fundamental institution of the Chinese government was the
a. degree of corruption. b. competitive examination for bureaucratic office-holding. c. equal rights for women. d. declaration of rights of man and the citizen. Q6. The era in Japanese history from 300 B.C. to 300 A..D. is known as the
a. Yayoi b. Han c. Heian d. Nara Q7. The reign of the Han emperor Wudi is marked by the beginning of a system of
a. national defense. b. irrigation, improved fertilizers, and other agricultural innovations. c. choosing public officials by merit rather than rank. d. organized state religion including priests and temples. Q8. Buddhism spread rapidly throughout China after the close of the Han dynasty because a. the Mongol rulers strongly encouraged the foreign religion. b. native religions were ruthlessly suppressed. c. traditional Chinese religions emphasized belief in an afterlife. d. political upheaval encouraged a religion of peace and resignation. Q9. A Yoruba priest foretells the future and interprets the secret body of poems called
a. a Mambunda mask. b. an Ifa divination tray. c. a crystal ball. d. consecrated bones. Q10. The Ashanti believe that a person's spirit resides in a
a. gourd. b. small statue. c. stool. d. fetish. Q11. One basic difference between Western art and African art is that African art is not
a. visually appealing. b. colorful. c. classified into "fine arts" and crafts. d. poetic. Q12. The Bakongo charm figure is thought to embody supernatural power. Objects such as
these used in magical practices are called
a. fetishes. b. charms. c. mumbo-jumbos. d. poltergeists. Q13. The combination of animals represented on the kponiugo, or fire-spitting mask,
a. dangers of the jungle. b. qualities of a brave warrior. c. possessions of the tribe. d. chaos of primordial times. Q14. The constant element in African art and life could be defined as a tension between
a. good and evil. b. order and disorder. c. man and woman. d. nature and society. Q15. Most music performed in Africa is performed
a. for male only audiences. b. in private homes. c. in formal concert halls. d. as part of a social activity. Q16. The day of Efe is devoted to poetry and song; the day of Gelede places more emphasis
a. feasting and sacrifice. b. initiation and storytelling. c. costumes and dancing. d. prayer and fasting. Q17. Images of the Buddha depict him in a state of
a. harmony and bliss. b. suffering and pain. c. intense emotion. d. restless and active striving. Q18. The term Aryan properly refers to
a. a linguistic classification. b. a set of political and cultural beliefs. c. an ethnic group. d. all of the above. Q19. Classical Indian music contains
a. ragas and talas. b. melody and harmony. c. short, simple scales. d. no rhythm to speak of. Q20. The ______________ initiated what is generally considered to be the classical age of
a. Mauryans b. Aryans c. Guptas d. Persians Q21. The basic unit of organization in Indian society is the
a. temple. b. castle. c. village. d. caste. Q22. In the excerpt from The Bodhisattva, the bodhisattva's offer is similar to that of
a. Jesus. b. Muhammad. c. Buddha. d. Krishna. Q23. In Buddha's "Sermon in the Deer Park," the Lord (Buddha) tells the five monks to
avoid craving and desire by following
a. the desires of the senses. b. Western philosophy. c. the Middle Way. d. the path to truth and righteousness as explicated in the Bible. Q24. Dharma, reincarnation, nirvana, yoga, and karma are terms associated with
a. Hinduism. b. Islam. c. Judaism. d. Shinto. Q25. Which religion was the least influential in the history of India?
a. Buddhism b. Hinduism c. Islam d. Christianity
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