ARH 312 Cloisonné Traditional Strategy

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Write them on a WORD Doc, then drag them into the box on the class D2L page under "Test 1 Terms"

Only answer 4 of them, take your pick, in 3 concise, information filled sentences.

On Friday 22nd, You will see the images in class, only write on only one of them : ^ )

So for tomorrow- I will bring paper, no phones or computers on once you enter the room !thanks!

Part One! Terms BELOW, only answer 4

1. Christian Abstraction(hints- define – example- why?)

2. Cloisonné (hints- define, give an examples, how created and which cultures? …Migratory! but name a couple of them)

3. Charlemagne (hints-Who was he, where was he, what did he do to stabilize Europe and for the arts??)

4. The statue of the 4 Tetrarchs (hints -STYLE? material is porphyry why is that a bid deal?- what do they represent?, where did they end up?)

5. Feudalism (hint-Secular versus Religious power- how did “power work” amongst the people, who reunited Europe as a Holy Roman Empire?)

6.. Chi Rho- (hints-?) What is it, which language, what does it have to do with Constantine the Great?

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School: Boston College



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Cloisonné is a traditional strategy used in decorating metalwork objects using glass and
vitreous enamel. The decoration is made by adding partitions to the metal objects by soldering or
fixing of gold wires o...

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