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The large cities of Mohenjo Daro and Harappa were located in what region indicated by the map below? A Buddhist chaitya contains what important structure? What is the purpose of that structure?
What is a Buddhist monastery called?
Variations of the Hindu architecture. shown below are put to use in site planning and
Describe and/or illustrate the basic differences between Indian Nagara and Dravida temple forms.
What does the term Mughal refer to?
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A Mughal garden is referred to as a
Floral, animal, and human figurative elements were not permitted by the Sikh religion consistent with
Indian carpets follow Persian practice, although there is greater use of naturalistic plant and animal motifs. T
What does the term “Angkor” refer to? Examples discusses include Angkor Wat and Angkor Thom.
The tantric Buddhist mandala shown below informed what Indonesian temple in Java?
Shiva would be represented in which of the following temples?
a and c c and f
Why were Muslim men and women probably more literate than others during the Middle Ages?
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Non-Western developments begin in separate geographical locations and progress through many centuries without connection to Western events. Why is the history of Islamic design considered a somewhat different matter?
“All-over surface patterns and visual complexity mark Islamic art and architecture.” Explain why.
Label the three motifs shown below that are part of the Islamic decorative canon.
A Muslim innovation is
, a shiny glaze resembling metal that is used on tiles.
Carefully diagram and label the three (3) arch forms found in Islamic buildings.
These three (3) plan types develop and characterize mosques throughout the Muslim empire:
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Complete the definitions from the selection of terms listed below:
The name given to individual Moors or Muslims who remained in Iberia after the Christian
Reconquista but were not converted to Christianity:
A type of corbel