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Question 1: This article incorporates text from the Encyclopædia Britannica, Eleventh Edition, a publication now in the ________.
Copyright infringementIntellectual propertyCopyrightPublic domain

Question 2: The mashrabiy (sometimes shanshool or rushan) is an element of traditional Arabic architecture used since the ________ up to the mid twentieth century.
Early Middle AgesMiddle AgesHigh Middle AgesLate Middle Ages

Question 3:
Mashrabiya, Arab people and Bedouin are all:
Arabic culture Architectural elements Iraqi architecture Arab

Question 4: They are very prevalent in Iraq, the Levant, Hejaz and ________.
CyprusEgyptSyriaMorocco

Question 5:
Mashrabiya, Coffee and Harem are all:
Arabic architecture Arab Arabic culture Architectural elements

Question 6:
Mashrabiya, Taj Mahal and Kaaba are all:
Iraqi architecture Arabic architecture Arab Islamic architecture

Question 7:
Mashrabiya, Petra and Kaaba are all:
Arab Iraqi architecture Arabic architecture Arabic culture

Question 8:
Mashrabiya, Truss and Column are all:
Arabic architecture Architectural elements Arab Iraqi architecture

Question 9: Mashrabiyas were mostly used in houses and palaces although sometimes in public buildings such as ________, inns, schools and government buildings.
Health care providerHealth care systemHealth scienceHospital







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