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Question 1: With the colonization by the Greeks of ________, hexastyle was adopted by the Etruscans and subsequently acquired by the ancient Romans.
CampaniaNaplesSouthern ItalySicily

Question 2: In Turin, ________, porticos stretch for 18 kilometres.
FranceRomeItalySicily

Question 3: The Temple of Athena Aphaia (the invisible) at ________ c. 495 B.C
AeginaPorosHydra islandSalamis Island

Question 4: Greek architecture ________, 1968
WikipediaPropædiaEncyclopediaEncyclopædia Britannica

Question 5: The Temple of ________ on Cape Sunium (c. 449 B.C)[1]
AthenaApolloGreek mythologyPoseidon

Question 6: ________, Italy, is very famous for its porticos.
FlorenceGenoaRomeBologna

Question 7: The Maison Carrée at Nîmes, ________, is the best-preserved Roman hexastyle temple surviving from antiquity.
ItalyUnited KingdomFranceCanada

Question 8: ________ was a pioneer of using temple-fronts for secular buildings.
VicenzaVilla Capra "La Rotonda"Andrea PalladioVilla Barbaro

Question 9: The North Portico of the ________ is perhaps the most notable four-columned portico in the United States.
United States CapitolWhite HousePresident's ParkWashington, D.C.

Question 10: The Temple of ________ at Olympia, now a ruin
ZeusApolloCronusGreek mythology







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