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CSTU 101 Quiz 1 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 1 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| CSTU 101 quiz 1/ CSTU1... [Show More] 01 Quiz 1 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 Known as the land between the Rivers. • Question 2 Which artifact depicts the unification of Upper and Lower Egypt? • Question 3 What term describes the multiple perspectives we see in Egyptian art, especially in portraying the human body? • Question 4 Which artifact provided the key that allowed scholars to decode Egyptian hieroglyphics? • Question 5 The basic way an individual looks at life, his basic worldview, the grid through which he see the world. • Question 6 Legal standards had been developed in the past but none so practical as the Code of Laws that established the rule of law from the Persian Gulf to the Mediterranean Sea. Who was the Code of Laws named after? • Question 7 Greek historian and writer who described Egypt as “all the country covered by the inundations of the Nile” • Question 8 What could justly be described as the study of how people process and document their human experience? • Question 9 Who said that “To be ignorant of what occurred before you were born is to remain always a child” when we do not have an understanding of the past? • Question 10 Who said “He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep, to gain what he cannot lose” • Question 11 This was perhaps the best known sculpture of Egyptian art. • Question 12 The most significant Sumerian literary work was • Question 13 "The Heritage of the Past is the Seed that Brings Forth the Harvest of the Future." Is located on which building in Washington? • Question 14 The belief in and worship of many gods. • Question 15 The Egyptian temples were the first structures in the ancient world to be built entirely of _____. • Question 16 Which system says “the sun is at the center of the universe”? • Question 17 What two concepts are the main focuses of our studies in CSTU 101? • Question 18 The Egyptian religion had a certain ethical component called ________ • Question 19 The first written language was called • Question 20 This word is defined as the sum total of the collective beliefs, behaviors, and values that connect a group within a society. • Question 21 Technology involves the manipulation of raw materials to produce some benefit. • Question 22 Sumerian sculptures mainly used granite for their statue. • Question 23 Nebuchadnezzar has been discovered to be just a fictional king. • Question 24 The visual arts used within a culture are usually self-explanatory. • Question 25 The Iwo Jima Memorial is located in Japan, and is a tribute to their soldiers. • Question 26 The Egyptian Culture was short lived and lasted only a few centuries. • Question 27 The Mesopotamians built their ziggurats and temple from the available stone, while the Egyptians built their tomb, temples using sun-dried bricks. • Question 28 Early Christian art showed a shepherd carrying a sheep? This symbolized their admiration for this occupation? • Question 29 Sumerian civilization was ancient, but not very advanced in learning. • Question 30 Egyptian culture’s life and religion being inseparable. [Show Less]
CSTU 101 Quiz 2 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 2 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| CSTU 101 Quiz 2 / CSTU... [Show More] 101 Quiz 2 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 Archaic Greek sculpture of a standing, clothes maiden figure. • Question 2 Homer composed the Iliad between what years? • Question 3 The first Greek code of laws. Though very severe did offer a single standard of justice for all people. • Question 4 When was the United States Capitol Building construction begun? • Question 5 As we have studied the Greek Heritage, what dates could you give the Classical Period in Greek history. • Question 6 A Wealthy-German merchant turned archaeologist discovered Troy in Northern Turkey. • Question 7 This archaeological monument is from the citadel of the kings from ancient Mycenae. • Question 8 The first people who dwelt in Greek lands about whom we have much information were the _____. • Question 9 Who said “Justice in the life and conduct of the state is possible only as first it resides in the hearts and souls of its citizens.” • Question 10 The so-called “Archaic Grin” is associated with Greek sculptures? It can be seen on this sculpture. • Question 11 During the Archaic Period the Greeks enlarged their economy and gained leisure time for other pursuits: gymnastics, education, philosophic-scientific investigation, discussions in the ___________. • Question 12 What do Historians sometimes use to refer to the great leap that propelled Western culture forward? • Question 13 This is the name given to the civilization disseminated throughout the Mediterranean and the Near East in the wake of Alexander’s conquests. • Question 14 Greek god of the sea. • Question 15 When was Neo-classical architecture brought to America? • Question 16 What types of columns decorated the front of the Supreme Court? • Question 17 The apex in all the arts for the Greek civilization came to its apex during the high classical period especially during which Age. • Question 18 The worship of Olympian gods was a complex and fascinating religion. According to the Rawls textbook, at its most straightforward the religion used mythical gods and goddesses to explain what? • Question 19 Which style of art do we associate with the Archaic Period of Greece? • Question 20 An Archaic Greek sculpture, of a standing male youth which is nude. • Question 21 Individualistic to the extreme, the Greeks had no organized religion and, consequently, no hierarchy of priests. • Question 22 Sparta was able to rival Athens in cultural and intellectual achievements. • Question 23 The Parthenon is built during the 2nd century • Question 24 Ancient Greek culture is generally dynamic, while ancient Egyptian culture is generally static. • Question 25 The Greeks were not known for being very idealistic or pragmatic. • Question 26 According to your textbook, a culture without a divine monarch has no compelling need for monumental sculptures. • Question 27 The Indo-European tribe is believed to have lived about 3000 years ago in the area of Central Asia. [Show Less]
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CSTU 101 Quiz 4 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 4 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| CSTU 101 quiz 4/ CST... [Show More] U101 Quiz 4 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 One of the most revolutionary and authoritative structures ever built, which has influenced the architecture of every age from the ancient Rome to the present day. • Question 2 Which document did Jefferson write? • Question 3 Rome had two early philosophies that had been taught by the Greeks, one being Epicureanism. What was the other one? • Question 4 Who is credited with introducing the Neo-classical architecture to America’s buildings? • Question 5 The Punic Wars involved which two countries? • Question 6 From the Christian's perspective which of these is true? • Question 7 Caesar Augustus, we know from the Bible gave himself this name. What was his name before he took this new name? • Question 8 Which Roman city was destroyed by a volcano, Mt. Vesuvius? • Question 9 What structure did the Romans build that allowed their expression of who they were in the world and what they were trying to do? It was also used as a propaganda device; a representation of the yoke of oxen. • Question 10 Who wrote the poem the Aeneid? • Question 11 According to the Roman timeline this Republic began around what date? • Question 12 What were as common in Rome as billboards are to us today? • Question 13 Which of these seas did not touch the shores of Rome? • Question 14 According to your textbook who is the greatest Roman historian? • Question 15 Literally means “the public affair” or “the people’s affair”. • Question 16 The period from the rule of Caesar Augustus through Marcus Aurelius. • Question 17 What significant structural architectural principle did the Romans develop? • Question 18 His long sentences and his forceful word choice and arrangement made him the model of all who aspired to write Latin correctly from antiquity right through the Renaissance. • Question 19 The greatest Roman poet of the Republic. • Question 20 These letters were the universal mark of Roman authority. • Question 21 A good word to describe the Roman mind in relations to art, would be idealistic. • Question 22 Rome could be described as being pragmatic in their worldview. • Question 23 The Romans took pride in their Imperialism. • Question 24 Much of our knowledge of Roman painting comes from the buried city of Pompeii. • Question 25 The Greeks had slaves but the Romans chose not to embrace slavery. • Question 26 The Romans viewed the Greek culture as very distasteful and refused to use any of it with their own culture. • Question 27 The Greeks were more interested in what works, while the Romans were more interested in what is right. • Question 28 The chief arts of Rome were architecture and sculpture. • Question 29 Duty, honor, and patriotism were Greek virtues as opposed to the Roman ideals of freedom, truth, and beauty. • Question 30 The main point we were illustrating with the aqueduct was Roman imperialism. [Show Less]
CSTU 101 Quiz 5 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 5 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| Liberty University CST... [Show More] U 101 quiz 5/ CSTU 101 Quiz 5 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 His interpretation of history quickly replaced those of classical thinkers and has remained influential to the present day. Lived (354-430). • Question 2 What word could be used in association with Christian Coptic Art? • Question 3 The Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible called the Pentateuch, which is also known as • Question 4 Who was the author of “The City of God”? • Question 5 Which country dispersed the Ten Tribes of Israel in 722BC? • Question 6 Who was the Bishop in (339-397) who successfully challenged and limited imperial authority over the church? • Question 7 Roman popes asserted that Jesus had granted to the apostle Peter, jurisdiction over the whole church. • Question 8 This Scripture used by modern Christianity is remarkably consistent. It was written over a period of 1,500 years, by at least ______ different writers and yet remains true to one theme and has a unified viewpoint on both philosophy and facts. • Question 9 Who wrote The Wealth of Nations? • Question 10 Meeting in small groups in private homes, early Christians conducted simple services centered on the____________: the consecrated bread and wine commemorating Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. • Question 11 Who was the Latin-speaking Christian who mastered Greek and Hebrew, and produced a translation of the whole Bible known as the Vulgate? • Question 12 According to your textbook, what was the basic strength of the Jews? It gave them a will to resist and to survive. • Question 13 Approximately what year did Constantine declare Christianity a legal religion of Rome? • Question 14 One event not depicted in the catacombs was: • Question 15 Early Christian art was more _________ and less materialistic, than Roman art because it was hard to depict topics like the Trinity or Salvation. • Question 16 Who wrote the Apostles Creed? • Question 17 Old Testament prophet of faith, who preached on abiding trust in the providence of God around 740–700 BC. • Question 18 What would be a chief mark describing the Roman Empire, even after Constantine. • Question 19 According to your textbook, what was the most significant development in the cultural life of the Roman Empire? • Question 20 The first ecumenical or world council, attended by 220 bishops in 325, formalized a statement of essential beliefs of Christian faith known as the _____. • Question 21 Pompeii was one of the only provinces of Rome that did not get caught up in all of the sexual representation. • Question 22 The Dead Sea Scrolls found in 1947, outside of Jerusalem were old but very inaccurate. • Question 23 Christianity was not equalitarian and certain restrictions were put on slaves and Greeks. • Question 24 The Bible is very specific in saying that Capitalism is the best form of economics. • Question 25 The Ceasars would not tolerate the Christians worshipping of the one God only. • Question 26 As we learned in the presentation "Introduction to Rome and Christianity," the National Gallery of Art Museum resembles the Parthenon in Greece. • Question 27 The first two centuries of Christianity had little need for art in any form. • Question 28 For centuries the Romans had constructed basilicas that served as meeting halls, mercantile centers, and halls of justice. The basilica was a prototype of the large, dignified structure Christians needed for worship services. • Question 29 In the early Christian church, when a person became a Christian and accepted baptism, he was welcomed into the Roman Culture because of his strong moral character. • Question 30 By the 5th century the Bishop of Rome was calling himself the Pope (Lat., papa, "father") Christ’s vicar on earth. [Show Less]
CSTU 101 Quiz 6 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 6 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| ... [Show More] • CSTU 101 quiz 6 / CSTU101 Quiz 6 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 Who was the famous practitioner in the medieval time period who challenged Aristotelianism by starting with the position that God is the source of truth and that the world is created by God? He merged Christian and Aristotelian thought. • Question 2 Consisted a hero of the Renaissance, who wrote Utopia. Lived from 1478-1535. • Question 3 Humanists believed in the _______ and dignity of the individual. • Question 4 During the 1200’s Popes would employ a military force to combat heresy and use this judicial process to eradicate heresy within the Western culture. • Question 5 According to the chart in your Textbook. What are the years of the Renaissance? • Question 6 What century was the Washington National Cathedral built in? • Question 7 Perhaps the best example of the early Gothic style of architecture is found in which city? • Question 8 The Carolingians also stimulated artistic activity. One of these was the development by painters that involved pictures within manuscript pages called _______________. • Question 9 A period of Cultural Rebirth in Europe. • Question 10 According to the chart in your textbook, which of these types of literature occurs last? • Question 11 Which word best describes the culture that gave rise to Romanesque architecture? • Question 12 In philosophy, the synthesis of the High Ages was made by_________ in the 13th century, who merged Christian and Aristotelian thought. • Question 13 Who halted the Islamic expansion into France and Europe? • Question 14 This poem is about a warrior from southern Sweden who sails to his uncle’s court in Denmark where he slays the monster, Grendel. • Question 15 Which century was marked by famine and plague in western Europe? • Question 16 Michelangelo’s statue standing as a representation of Humanism as it’s proud self. • Question 17 One important feature of medieval intellectual life was expanding interest in education, which culminated in a distinctive new institution the ____________ • Question 18 What were two classical values that inspired the Renaissance humanists? • Question 19 Who gave the Renaissance its first candid picture of human nature with the idealism of medievalism and humanism stripped away. • Question 20 Who wrote Don Quizote? • Question 21 Charlemagne’s brutal reign destroyed much learning and education in Europe. • Question 22 The history of the Crusades illustrates the principle known as the “law of unintended consequences.” • Question 23 Science was not very prominent in the medieval intellectual activity. • Question 24 Romanesque Architecture developed from the Gothic Architecture. • Question 25 Renaissance intellectuals considered themselves to be both humanists and Christians. • Question 26 During the period of 750–1000, Carolingian rulers dominated European life. • Question 27 The so-called Children’s Crusade was the only crusade that was “successful” in any meaningful sense. • Question 28 During the period between 1000–1350, the economy of Europe did not develop much because of little technology being developed. • Question 29 Religious architecture was the primary European artistic activity. • Question 30 The pope’s actions on Christmas Day 800 made Charles the Great, or Charlemagne (768–814), king of the Franks and emperor of the Carolingian Empire (from Charles’s Latin name, Carolus) [Show Less]
CSTU 101 Quiz 7 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 7 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| CSTU 101 quiz 7/ CSTU1... [Show More] 01 Quiz 7 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 Which one of these individuals was not part of the Protestant Reformation? • Question 2 In the Early Modern World, who said that the mind, at birth, was a complete blank, a tabula rasa (Lat., “blank slate”). This contradicted royalists, clergymen, and others, who insisted that the natural inclination, at birth, was submission to authority. • Question 3 From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on Western Culture”. Who was the individual who started an orphanage and created an environment where thousands of children were impacted? • Question 4 Calvin’s view of __________ and government would lead to his belief that the sovereignty of God within his church should allow his disciples to guide the secular authorities in spiritual matters. • Question 5 Who wrote the Protestant Work Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism? From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on Western Culture”. • Question 6 According to the essay "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." He opened the door to modern astronomy on his view of the Sun and Earth? • Question 7 Martin Luther posted his __________________ on the door of the castle church at Wittenberg on October 1517. • Question 8 Who was the founder of the Jesuits, a group of Catholic responders to the Reformation. • Question 9 According to the essay "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." Once people saw the flaws of the church they begin to question the ____________as well. • Question 10 Once Pope Paul III realized the seriousness of Luther’s reformation, he assembled what Council? • Question 11 In the Early Modern World who felt that Scientific knowledge and invention should be public property to be shared democratically and to be used for the benefit of all people? • Question 12 ___________ were remissions by the Catholic Church of temporal punishment on earth or in purgatory. • Question 13 According to the essay "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." The invention of the ____________________ in the fifteenth century created an avenue for some to hear and read what Scripture really said. • Question 14 Who saw work as God-pleasing and a calling (Vocatio)? • Question 15 Who died as a Martyr? • Question 16 Associated with the Protestant Reformation since his arrival in Geneva in the early1500’s. • Question 17 Who said the famous words “Here I stand. I can do no other”? • Question 18 Swiss Reformer who tried to influence the Catholic church from within to begin with. • Question 19 In the Early Modern World, who felt that mathematics was the “queen of the sciences, and was all anyone needed to explain a mechanical universe? • Question 20 According to the essay "Impact of the Protestant Reformation." The Protestant Reformation had given people in Europe a new vision of ____________. • Question 21 The German sociologist Max Weber argued that cultural differences in Europe resulted from what he called “the Protestant ethic.” From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on Western Culture”. • Question 22 Immanuel Kant was a leading scientist of the Early Modern World. • Question 23 From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on Western Culture”. Before Christ appeared, there was an extremely high status for Greek, Jewish, and Roman women. • Question 24 One of the most important theological ideas of the Reformation is expressed by the phrase “sola scriptura.” • Question 25 The publication of Newton’s Principia in 1687 marked the dawn of the Enlightenment, an optimistic new age that relied on the intellect to design a rational society in a knowable universe. • Question 26 Christianity has had little impact on education in Western Culture. From the Essay “Influence of Christianity on Western Culture”. • Question 27 John Milton wrote many poems critical of the Puritans. • Question 28 The values of a culture will determine the behavior and actions of that culture, so to change the actions you must change governments. • Question 29 Thomas Aquinas, a Protestant philosopher of the thirteenth century, had taught that the will of an individual was fallen after man revolted against God, but the mind was not. • Question 30 The keystone of the revolt against the Church of Rome was the dazzling realization that people could live in a direct relation to God with no necessity for an intermediary. [Show Less]
CSTU 101 Quiz 8 (2 Versions) / CSTU101 Quiz 8 (Latest-2021): Western Culture: Liberty University |Verified Answers, 100% Correct| CSTU 101 quiz 8/ CSTU1... [Show More] 01 Quiz 8 (Latest): Liberty University • Question 1 From the Essay, “The Future of Western Culture.” In the American Western culture, our coins describe three of the values that provide the foundation that holds American culture together, as well as unites us. You can think of these like a three-legged stool. If you remove any leg the stool will fall. Which of these is not one of the three? • Question 2 For him, the way people made a living, their “means of production,” determined their beliefs and institutions. He based his worldview on the class struggle between the bourgeois vs the proletariat. • Question 3 Which building illustrates the materialism and industrialization of 19th-century Europe? • Question 4 In philosophical terms, Karl Marx most closely matches up with whom? • Question 5 What event in the early 1900’s was such a cataclysmic event that it ended a era of idealism and set the stage for the search for new values: chaos followed by a period of adjustment. • Question 6 The English philosopher who argued that evolution occurred not only in nature, but in human institutions as well. • Question 7 Perhaps more than any other period, the Romantic era was expressed as well in literature as in music and the visual arts. “Art,” wrote _____________, “is the most intense mode of individualism that the world has known.” • Question 8 Who words these words from his famous work Don Juan? He was the epitome of the Romantic Hero. “I want a hero: an uncommon want, . . . But can’t find any in the present age Fit for my poem (that is, for my new one): So, as I said, I’ll take my friend Don Juan.” • Question 9 Whose sonnet, “The World Is Too Much with Us,” which mourns a world so overwhelmed with materialism that it may lose its spiritual qualities. • Question 10 What event destroyed the early 1900’s optimism and progress? • Question 11 Whose quote is this? "Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn't pass it on to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same." • Question 12 Which is these is not an American author? • Question 13 The most representative poet of the mid-Victorian era, He reflected the mood of the period in poetry that was sad, quiet, contemplative, melancholy, sometimes wistful, and often pessimistic. The old optimism of the early Romantics had vanished. • Question 14 Although he did not consider himself a Romantic poet, he is remembered for a classic Romantic quote: “Each man is meant to represent humanity in his own way, combining its elements uniquely”. • Question 15 The spokesman and chief painter of the Impressionist style was __________ who throughout his long and productive career relied wholly on his visual perceptions. • Question 16 Our distance from past ages enables us to perceive the periods when a culture was balanced, when the balance tipped into chaos, when the adjustment began that leads to a new period of balance and so on. • Question 17 Which Revolution was a major factor in the complex chain of events leading to the Great War? • Question 18 Who helped set the initial stages of the Romanticism with his inspirational Social Contract. With the ringing proclamation: “Man is born free and everywhere he is in chains”. • Question 19 Published years after their death. These 1,775 poems were written as if they were entries in a diary, the private thoughts of a solitary person who took just a little from society and shut out all the rest. Lived from 1830-1886-- • Question 20 He stressed the absurdity of human existence and the inability of our reason to understand the world. A passionate individualist, he proclaimed the will to power as the only value in a meaningless world. Lived from 1844-1900. • Question 21 There was a general calm over Europe with no revolutions from 1830-1848. • Question 22 Impressionists saw themselves as the ultimate realists whose main concern was the perception of optical sensations of light and color. • Question 23 History and culture are best studied as separate areas so that they do not influence each other. • Question 24 Whitman’s epic novel Moby Dick is still read by many. • Question 25 In many ways, the modern environmental movement could be traced back to the romantic veneration of nature. • Question 26 The most powerful moving force behind the Civil Rights Movement of the 60’s was Jessie Jackson, the president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. • Question 27 Paris hosted the Great Exhibition of 1851. • Question 28 From the Essay, “The Future of Western Culture.” Radical individualism is demanded when there is no danger that achievement will produce inequality and people wish to be unhindered in the pursuit of pleasure. • Question 29 From the Essay, “The Future of Western Culture.” Radical egalitarianism necessarily presses us towards collectivism because a powerful state is required to suppress the differences that freedom produces. • Question 30 The Vietnam Memorial is a prime example of Neo-Classical architecture. 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