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AP Art History Final

Across
A flat-topped, one-story building with slanted walls, invented by the ancient egyptians to mark apart of underground tombs.
A type of semicircular vaults.
The topmost zone of a wall with windows, usually in a church or temple.
A painting technique in which water based pigments are applied to a surface of wet plaster.
A subject in Christian art depicting the body of Jesus laid across the lap of his grieving mother, mary. When other people are present, the subject will be referred to as Lamentation.
A sculptural technique where the sculpted elements remain attached to a solid background of the same material.
The combination of two intersecting, equal barrel vaults, having 4 sides of identical size and shape.
A massive gateway formed by a pair of tapering walls of oblong shape.
Reference to the Virgin Mary.
An arch built on the exterior of a building.
A painted, low relief or mosaic image representing a sacred figure or event in the church; believed to have miraculous powers.
A large rectangular building; Roman centers for administration or justice, later adopted to christian church use.
A design modeled lower than the original surface of the background, which was not carved away.
A subject in Christian art depicting the mourning of Christ.
The union of different ideas or principles in religion or philosophy.
The technique of allowing tones and colors to shade gradually into one another, producing softened outlines or hazy forms.
Intentional distortion (as by unequal magnification along perpendicular axes) of an image.
A painted or carved panel or winged structure placed at the back of or behind an altar.
An intaglio printmaking process of inscribing a design onto a metal or wood surface.
Down
A system for representing three dimensional space on a flat surface.
An intaglio printmaking process of coating a metal plate with acid-resistant resin, inscribing with a design, immersing into an acid which eats away the exposing metal, removing the resin, and leaving the plate ready to be inked, wiped and printed.
An artwork made up of three panels, often hinged together so the side segments fold over the central area.
THE REPRESENTATION IN A WORK OF ART OF AN ABSTRACT CONCEPT USING SPECIFIC OBJECTS OR HUMAN FIGURES.
An open space on a greek town used as a central gathering place or market; called “forum” in Roman times.
The face or front wall of a building.
The solid baseline that indicates the ground plane of an image on which the figure stands.
An art technique that uses realistic imagery to create the optical illusion that the depicted objects exist in three dimensions.
An appearance of reality in art created by the use of certain pictorial means, such as perspective and foreshortening.
An architectural element used for support and/or decoration that was attached to a background wall.
The relative contrast of dark and light in an artwork.
The combination of ribs and a groin vault for reinforcement and/or decorative purposes.
Located at the highest point of an ancient Greek city, consisting of temples, a treasury, and sometimes a royal palace.
A tall stepped tower of earthen materials, often supporting a shrine.
An area of a fortress or defended city placed in a high, commanding spot.
The twenty seated male nudes Michelangelo incorporated into the Sistine Chapel ceiling frescoes.