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Question 1: [42] Byzantine mosaicists probably also contributed to the decoration of the early Umayyad monuments, including the ________ in Jerusalem and the Great Mosque of Damascus.
Dome of the ChainTemple MountAl-Aqsa MosqueDome of the Rock

Question 2: Important ivory sculptures of this period include the ________, which probably depicts Justinian himself, [37] and the Archangel ivory in the British Museum.
Constantine IBarberini ivoryJustinian ITheodosius I

Question 3: This influence was transmitted through the Frankish and Salic emperors, primarily ________, who had close relations with Byzantium.
Lothair ICharlemagneLouis the PiousAlboin

Question 4: The contribution of the migrated ________ is also very important.
ItalyByzantine EmpireGreek scholars in the RenaissanceGreeks

Question 5: The influence of Byzantine art in western Europe, particularly Italy was seen in ecclesiastical architecture, through the development of the ________ in the 10th century and 11th centuries.
Byzantine architectureRenaissance architectureRomanesque architectureGothic architecture

Question 6: Byzantine art is the term commonly used to describe the artistic products of the ________ from about the 4th century until the Fall of Constantinople in 1453.
Western Roman EmpireRoman EmpireByzantine EmpireByzantine Iconoclasm

Question 7: Exhibition at the ________ (2004).
United StatesWestern paintingMetropolitan Museum of ArtMuseum of Modern Art

Question 8: New churches were commissioned, and the standard architectural form (the "________") and decorative scheme of the Middle Byzantine church were standardised.
MosaicChora ChurchCross-in-squareByzantine Empire

Question 9: The tradition of making mosaics was carried on in the ________ era until the end of the 8th century.
Fatimid CaliphateRashidun CaliphateUmayyad CaliphateAbbasid Caliphate

Question 10: One of the most important genres of Byzantine art was the ________, an image of Christ, the Virgin, or a saint, used as an object of veneration in Orthodox churches and private homes alike.
IconByzantine IconoclasmHagia SophiaByzantine Empire


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