Q1 : Who undertook the conquest of England in 1066?
a William of Normandy
b Joan of Arc
c Du Guesclin
Q2 : Where does the term "illumination" come from?
a from the "minimum
red" often used in the images
b from "minimum"
which means "small"
c from Asia Minor
Q3 : Which month does this picture of the Very Rich Hours of the Duke de Berry represent?
Q4 : What were the outside stones and sculptures like in this period?
Q5 : Which French church is most famous for its stained glass windows?
a Notre-Dame de Paris
b Notre-Dame de Reims
c Notre-Dame de Chartres
Q6 : What does "manuscript" mean?
a without text
c written by hand
Q7 : Which art was most in fashion?
a oil paint
Q8 : Who said "the art of painting is used in churches for those who cannot read and
learn on these walls what they cannot learn in books"?
a Gregory the Great
Q9 : What type of support are these stories inscribed?
Q10 : What is the name of this famous tapestry?
a La Dame à la Licorne (the
Lady of the Unicorn)
b La tente bleu (the Blue
c La Dame au petit chien (Lady
with small Dog)
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