Architecture of ancient Greece: Quiz

Question 1: ________ of the Archaic and Classical periods used these building materials to construct five simple types of buildings: religious, civic, domestic, funerary, or recreational.
Design-bid-buildArchitectConstructionArchitectural engineering

Question 2: Greek architecture ________, 1965
Encyclopædia BritannicaEncyclopediaWikipediaPropædia

Question 3: Records show that the evolution of the Ionic order was resisted by many Greek States, as they claimed it represented the dominance of ________.

Question 4: But in the greatest of Hellenistic cities, ________ in Egypt, almost nothing survives, so Greek art and architecture was at its apex during this time.
GreeceAlexander the GreatAlexandriaAncient Greece

Question 5: Like Greek painting and sculpture, Greek ________ in the first half of classical antiquity was not "art for art's sake" in the modern sense.
Architectural theoryEuropeArchitectureItaly

Question 6: This results in a strong bias towards ________, the only buildings which survive in large numbers.
Joseph Smith, Jr.JudaismTemple (Latter Day Saints)Temple

Question 7: ________ was extinct in Greece from the end of the Mycenaean period (about 1200 BC) to the 7th century BC, when plebian life and prosperity recovered to a point where public building could be undertaken.
EuropeArchitectural theoryArchitectureItaly

Question 8: Greek examples are considered alongside ________ and Roman periods (since Roman architecture heavily copied Greek), and late written sources such as Vitruvius (1st century).
Hellenistic civilizationHellenistic periodAncient GreeceAlexander the Great

Question 9: An architect like Iktinos, who designed the ________, who would today be seen as a genius, was treated in his lifetime as no more than a very valuable master tradesman.
ParthenonGreek templeAncient GreeceAthens

Question 10: The Erechtheum and the small temple of ________ Nike on the Acropolis are Ionic however.
GreeceAthenaGreek mythologyDemeter

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