艺术历史 TPO33-L4 The Renaissance Gardens

TPO33-L4

The Renaissance Gardens



  1. What does the professor mainly discuss?
  • A. The most popular features of ancient Roman gardens
  • B. The goals of Renaissance garden designers
  • C. The influence of Renaissance gardens on modern Italian gardens
  • D. Differences between ancient Greek gardens and ancient Roman gardens

 

  1. The professor mentions three authors from ancient Rome. What point does the professor make about the three authors?
  • A. They provided credible descriptions of ancient Roman gardens.
  • B. They probably exaggerated the beauty of ancient Roman gardens.
  • C. They probably never owned gardens themselves.
  • D. They invented gardening practices that are still used in Italy today.

 

  1. Why does the professor mention Hero of Alexandria?
  • A. To explain the relationship between ancient Greek gardens and ancient Roman gardens
  • B. To explain how ancient Roman gardens came to be influenced by Egyptian culture
  • C. To point out that garden designers were highly respected members of Roman society
  • D. To indicate the origin of some of the features of Renaissance gardens

 

  1. According to the professor, what was one goal of the designers of Renaissance gardens?
  • A. To incorporate plants from as many parts of the world as possible
  • B. To develop beautiful new breeds of plants
  • C. To provide amusement for guests
  • D. To create a peaceful setting for prayer and meditation

 

  1. What does the professor imply about mazes?
  • A. They were not part of ancient Roman gardens.
  • B. They were not common in Renaissance gardens.
  • C. They often incorporated hidden water tricks.
  • D. They were the most creative aspect of Renaissance gardens.

 

  1. Listen again to part of the Lecture.Then answer the question.


       What does the professor imply when he says this: 🎧

  • A. Designers of Renaissance gardens were in some ways more creative than the designers of ancient Roman gardens.
  • B. Designers of Renaissance gardens sometimes had inaccurate conceptions of ancient Roman gardens.
  • C. Designers of Renaissance gardens sometimes deliberately violated the design principles used in ancient Roman gardens.
  • D. Designers of Renaissance gardens were able to take advantage of technology that was not available to the designers of ancient Roman gardens.


答案:B A D C A B

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