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Leadlight: Quiz


Question 1: In grander houses, the windows often contain small painted panes or stained glass panels containing heraldic emblems and ________.
Royal coat of arms of the United KingdomCoat of armsUnofficial emblem of TurkeyRoyal coat of arms of Scotland

Question 2: This is partly for technical reasons that the techniques of construction of a pictorial stained glass window and a domestic leadlight window are basically the same, and any glass that is coloured, or carries a stain is generally referred to as ________.
Ceramic artGlassblowingSculptureStained glass

Question 3: The ________ brought about a new popularity for diamond-pane windows which were initially found in homes of the wealthy.
RomanticismFrançois-René de ChateaubriandGothic Revival architectureMary Shelley

Question 4: ________
SolderingStained glassLead came and copper foil glassworkTin

Question 5: This remained the situation until ________, prior to which time, most towns had a commercial premises producing domestic leadlight.
World War IICollaboration with the Axis Powers during World War IISecond Sino-Japanese WarSoviet occupations

Question 6: Prior to ________, in domestic architecture, the front entrance remained the focus for decorative leadlighting.
World War IWestern Front (World War I)Armenian GenocideCaucasus Campaign

Question 7: Many houses of the 1920s and 30s have ________ elements, including gables decorated with pseudo half-timbering and leadlight casement windows in diamond panes at the front of the house.
Scots Baronial Style architectureTudor Revival architectureItalianate architectureJacobethan

Question 8: In domestic architecture, after ________, the focus on the decoration of the front door became less common, and the front windows became the location of leadlighting.
Western Front (World War I)World War ICaucasus CampaignArmenian Genocide

Question 9: Leadlight has been in use for over a thousand years, having its origins in the Roman and Byzantine windows that were made of thin sheets of ________ set in armatures of wood or wrought iron.

Question 10: The technique of creating windows using glass and lead came is discussed at ________.
Glass cutterSolderingLead came and copper foil glassworkStained glass


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