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Final Review-Vocab

painting technique in which water-based pigments on the surface, color absorbed by the plaster
a public open space
a distorted image that must be viewed by some special means, such as with a mirror or at an angle, to be recognized
A flat-topped, one-storing building with slanted walls above a burial chamber. King began to build huge funerary complexes
walled city
holds up the structure while allowing the walls to open, weight is distributed down and out
a pair of truncated, pyramidal towers flanking the entrance to an Egyptian temple. The Temple of Horus at Edfu has a particularly well-preserved pylon entrance
Column attached to a background wall
Variations in color and clarity caused by distance (landscape)
a base line upon which figures stand
an image that is carved into a flat surface
tall towers tells the faithful to prayers, it rings
The Blessed Virgin Mary, "Our Mother"
a picture or sculpture of the Virgin Mary holding the dead body of Jesus Christ on her lap or in her arms.
a monogram of Chi(X), and Roh(P), the first two letter for the Greek word for Christ
with groin vaulting but with the rib/skeleton out, bring the ceiling up/high
open space
the front of a building
printmaking technique in which a metal plate is covered with an acid-resistant medium (wax) and worked with an etching needle to create an image.
decorative work in which enamel, glass, or gemstones are separated by strips of flattened wire placed edgeways on a metal backing
image stick out a little, similar to low relief
an image in any material representing a sacred figure or event in the Byzantine, and later the Orthodox, Church; were venerated by the faithful, who believed them to have miraculous powers to transmit messages to God
a technique in which a relief is formed on the front by hammering a metal plate from the back
A semicircular niche set into the qibla wall of a mosque
rounded space of a rectangular structure
a large, rectangular building; often built with a clerestory, side aisles separated from the center nave by colonnades and an apse at one or both ends; Roman centers for church use; Constantine's architects added a transverse aisle at the end of the nave called a transept
a way of representing the human body that the weight appears to be bone on one leg and twisting body position
a painting, sculpture or relief representing a religious subject made for placing behind the altar of a Christian church
means "high city" in Greek
act of expressing grief, Arena Chapel
direction that showed be face during salat (prayer), wall in the mosque
a method of creating the illusion of three-dimensional space on two-dimensional surface by delineating a horizon line and multiple orthogonal line
A highly detailed style that seeks to create a convincing illusion of reality
a build raised platform with sloping size and draining system
the main aisle of a church
the entrance, an enclosed passage between the main entrance and the nave Apse: rounded space of a rectangular structure
nude corner figures on the Sistine Chapel ceiling
architecture, is a series of sunken panels in the shape of a square, rectangle, or octagon in a ceiling, soffit or vault
a vertical recessed triangular space forming the center of a pediment
a picture or relief carving on three panels, typically hinged together side by side and used an altarpiece