Spanish architecture: Quiz

Question 1: The complex of ________ contains the largest dolmens in Europe.
Benalmádena, SpainAntequeraRondaMálaga

Question 2: Mudéjar did not involve the creation of new structures (unlike Gothic or Romanesque), but reinterpreting Western cultural styles through ________ influences.
MosqueIslamIslamic schools and branchesMuslim history

Question 3: [4] ________ was also used on the walls of the different rooms, with allusive poems to the beauty of the spaces.
Greek languageWriting systemLatin alphabetEpigraphy

Question 4: Roofed corridors and false ________ were common in the most advanced stage.
Byzantine architectureDomeRomeBaroque architecture

Question 5: Aragón, Navarra and ________ are some of the best areas for Spanish Romanesque architecture.
Castile and LeónGalicia (Spain)SpainAndalusia

Question 6: Spanish Romanesque also shows the influence of Spanish pre-Romanesque styles, mainly Asturian and ________.
Portuguese languageMozarabic languageJudaeo-SpanishSpanish language

Question 7: A disciple of Herrera, Juan Bautista Villalpando was influential for interpreting the recently revived text of ________ to suggest the origin of the classical orders in Solomon's Temple.
Classical antiquityRoman technologyDe architecturaVitruvius

Question 8: Modernisme broke with past styles and used organic forms for its inspiration in the same way as the concurrent ________ and Jugendstil movements in the rest of Europe.
Art NouveauCubismImpressionismExpressionism

Question 9: In the ________, the most expanded megalith in the Iberian Peninsula was the dolmen.
PaleolithicStone AgePrehistoryUpper Paleolithic

Question 10: Isabelline Gothic, created during the times of the ________, was part of the transition to Renaissance architecture, but also a strong resistance to Italian Renaissance style.
Al-AndalusHabsburg SpainCatholic MonarchsSpain

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