Lady Justice: Quiz

Question 1: The Central Criminal Court or Old Bailey, ________, UK

Question 2: Themis, Chuo University Suginami high school, Suginami-ku, ________
JapanUnited KingdomCambodiaCanada

Question 3: [7] Another solution to the conundrum is to depict a blindfolded Lady Justice as a human scale, weighing competing claims in each hand; this is done, for example, at the Shelby County Courthouse in ________.
Memphis, TennesseeBartlett, TennesseeTipton County, TennesseeShelby County, Tennessee

Question 4: The first known representation of blind Justice is Hans Gieng's 1543 statue on the Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen (Fountain of Justice) in ________.

Question 5: Sculpture of Lady Justice on the Gerechtigkeits- brunnen in ________, Germany.
StuttgartKasselDarmstadtFrankfurt am Main

Question 6: Lady Justice with sword, scales and blindfold. From 1543, on the Gerechtigkeits- brunnen in ________, Switzerland.

Question 7: Gerechtigkeit, ________, 1537
Lucas Cranach the ElderProtestant ReformationAlbrecht DürerMartin Luther

Question 8: Lady Justice (Justitia, the Roman Goddess of ________ who is equivalent to the Greek Goddess Dike) is an allegorical personification of the moral force in judicial systems.
UtilitarianismJusticeDeontological ethicsPolitical philosophy

Question 9: is an image in a surviving fragment of ________'s poetry.

Question 10: Since the Renaissance, Justitia has frequently been depicted as a matron carrying a ________ and scales, and sometimes wearing a blindfold.
FencingHistorical European martial artsMartial artsSword

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