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Section II
History of World Culture

) the Torah, the Talmud.

0. In what ancient Eastern state was strong belief in zoomorphic creatures?
a) China;
b) Egypt;
c) Palestine;
d) India.

11. What part of Eastern culture symbolizes a snake bit his tail?
a) time;
b) an eternity;
c) wisdom;
d) existence of the world.

12. What is the Rubaiyat?
a) collection of songs;
b) size of the verse;
c) the temple;
g) dance.

13. How to translate the word "Egypt"?
a) black earth;
b) red earth;
c) who lives at the expense of the Nile;
d) the children of the sun.

14. Who makes a covenant with God on behalf of the Jewish people?
a) Moses;
b) Mohamed;
c) I. Christ;

15. To what ancient oriental culture of professional actors first appear?
a) in China;
b) in Babylon;
c) in Egypt;
g) in India.

16. represents the figure of the Sphinx?
a) forever;
b) the guardian of the tomb;
c) guards exit (entrance) in the world of the dead;
d) "Life is short."
17. Within the framework of a common culture was the thesis of "earthly dwelling - it´s just a hotel, but the real concern requires the tomb?"
a) in Chinese;
b) Indian;
c) in the Greco-Roman;
d) in Egypt.

18. Perception of the history of Judaism:
a) as a process guided by God;
b) as a process of movement towards God;
c) the process of degradation of man;
d) the process of the struggle of the Jewish people with the Gentiles.

19. As for the Egyptian canon of fine should represent the human figure?
a) in the profile;
b) from the front;
c) head in profile, the body from the front;
d) the body in profile, his head in front.

20. What is the rate of Xiao?
a) Rules of subordination;
b) the rules of the ritual;
c) the rules of humanity;
g) rules of love for animals.

21. What is the role of the medieval Western European culture plays a carnival?
a) agricultural, magical rite;
b) parade;
c) the method of dialogue subcultures;
d) a demonstration of power.

22. Who is the author of "Decameron"?
a) Boccaccio;
b) Rafael;
c) Dante;
d) Botticelli.

23. What famous Gutenberg?
a) the invention of paper;
b) the invention of the printing press;
c) the grounds of the Sorbonne;
d) the invention of gunpowder.
24. What is an indulgence?
a) total or partial circumcision;
b) the transition from the secular to the spiritual dignity;
c) the vow of chastity;
d) excommunication.

25. Who is the author of "The Divine Comedy"?
a) Dante;
b) Petrarch;
c) Rabelais;
d) Gargantua.

26. Which subculture divided culture of medieval Europe?
a) knights;
b) carnival;
c) People;
d) monastery.

27. What are the social roles attracted ambitious person within medieval culture?

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21. What are the social roles attracted ambitious person within medieval culture?
a) squire;
b) the teacher;
c) an artisan;
d) a monk.

22. In what period of Western culture were common-morality play?
a) the era of modernism;
b) the Renaissance;
in the middle Ages;
g) Education.

23. What is the Reformation?
a) the movement for the purification of the church;
b) movement, dedicated to secularization;
c) movement, dedicated to anti-clericalism;
g) the movement for the division of Christianity in Orthodoxy and Catholicism.

24. Who was Martin Luther, what is its role in the history of Christianity?
a) The founder of the Renaissance;
b) the founder of the Enlightenment;
c) the founder of the Reformation;
d) the founder of pacifism.
25. Who is ministrel?
a) a wandering poet;
b) a wandering musician;
c) itinerant fabulist;
d) itinerant playwright.

26. Which of the following characteristics relate to popular culture?
a) focus on the instincts;
b) the complexity of the intellectual;
c) demythologization of consciousness;
d) optimism.

27. What is the phenomenon in Western culture is defined as "tasteless mass production, designed for external effect, pseudo-synonym"?
a) pop art;
b) kitsch;
c) Camp;
d) a classic.

28. What is the trend in Western European art is distinguished splendor, memorial, rich decor?
a) the Empire;
b) classicism;
c) Baroque;
d) Rococo.

29. Recognition of the value of man as a person, his right to the free development and manifestation abilities - it
a) anthropocentrism;
b) Humanism;
c) hedonism;
d) voluntarism.

30. What is secularization?
a) handling of church property to the state;
b) the transfer of state property into private hands;
c) artistic style;
g) exemption from various spheres of cultural influence of the church.

31. The basic principle of salvation in Calvinism -
a) an indulgence;
b) faith;
c) Divine predestination;
d) knowledge of the Bible.

38. Which direction in art owned by Manet, P. Cezanne, P. Gauguin?
a) Impressionism;
b) Expressionism;
c) surrealism;
d) Dadaism.

39. Which direction is inherent in the culture method of deconstruction?
a) Impressionism;
b) Expressionism;
c) post-modernism;
d) conceptualism.

40. The works of one of these artists are contemporary?
a) KA Korovin .;
b) Falk T. P .;
c) Batkin MP .;
d) Svedomsky PA

41. What is the aesthetic category becomes the basis of postmodern art?
a) ugly;
b) the comic;
c) the tragic;
d) fine.

42. As part of the modernist direction has been accepted as a basis for the rejection of the image of reality?
a) the abstract;
b) Cubism;
c) surrealism;
d) Dadaism.

43. Which of the principles characteristic of postmodern works?
a) focus on mythology;
b) anarchism;
c) a mixture of illusion and reality;
d) destruction of the plot;
d) uniformitarianism;
e) the citation.

44. Because of these characteristics indicate those that are peculiar to modernism:
a) the aesthetics of ugliness;
b) the comic;
c) focus on the unconscious;
d) pluralism;
e) the citation;
e) a break with classical art.

45. What is the intertext?
a) differentiated text;
b) the text created on the basis of quotations;
c) text with multiple meanings;
d) makrotekst.

46. Which of these authors is the representative of Dada?
a) Tzara;
b) points;
c) Duchamp;
d) Dali.

47. What is the trend in Western European culture, introduces the principle of subsidiarity in art, science and religion?
a) modernism;
b) post-modernism;
c) the counterculture;
d) pluralism;
d) conceptualism;
e) Dadaism.

48. A method of creating a piece of music, which is based on a random combination of sounds -
a) Dada;
b) eclecticism;
c) aleatory;
d) the principle of subsidiarity.

49. The direction of modern art that is based on a random combination of household items finished, passages


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