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33. A round building, often having a dome, is a A. rotunda. B. drum. C. pendentive. D. portico.
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3. Built almost 2,000 years ago, the ________ is an enduring testament to the Roman use of the arch. A. Hagia Sophia B. Reims Cathedral C. Acropolis in Athens D. Pont du Gard at N mes
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The most famous of Maya Lin's works is A. the Vietnam Veterans Memorial. B. the Langston Hughes Library. C. Earthwork. D. Wave Field.
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5. Two common pottery methods that produce hollow forms are A. rigid and smooth. B. coiling and slab construction. C. coiling and low relief. D. Southwestern and plains.
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