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Question 1: The Pantheon’s porch was originally designed for monolithic granite columns with shafts 50 Roman feet tall (weighing about 100 tons) and capitals 10 Roman feet tall in the ________.
Capital (architecture)Corinthian orderDoric orderClassical order

Question 2:
What is Pantheon, Rome's current status?
Active
Minor basilica, Rectory church
EN
Unknown

Question 3: The third niche holds the mortal remains — his Ossa et cineres, "Bones and ashes", as the inscription on the sarcophagus says — of the great artist ________.
Baronci AltarpieceThe Deposition (Raphael)Transfiguration (Raphael)Raphael

Question 4: The style of the Pantheon can be detected in many buildings of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries; numerous city halls, universities and ________ echo its portico-and-dome structure.
ManchesterBristolPublic libraryBook

Question 5:
Which of the following titles did Pantheon, Rome have?
Just Like Frank
Pantheon
Anchor / Sugar In Your Gas Tank
Bad Scene and a Basement Show

Question 6: The 52-meter-tall Ottokár Prohászka Memorial Church in Székesfehérvár, ________
CroatiaHungaryPolandSlovenia

Question 7: ________ (1623 to 1644) ordered the bronze ceiling of the Pantheon's portico melted down.
Pope Urban VIIIPope Alexander VICatholic ChurchPope Innocent X

Question 8: The ________ West Building by John Russell Pope, (1938–41), Washington, D.C., USA
Hermitage MuseumModern artNational Gallery of ArtUnited States

Question 9: The Assumption Church, Puławy, ________ (1801–1803)
GreecePolandHungaryGermany

Question 10: ________ (1793–1826), Washington D.C., USA.
United States CongressRussell Senate Office BuildingUnited States SenateUnited States Capitol







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