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Identify this building..., What is “Romanesque”?, Despite being descriptive, the term “Romanesque” is not very helpful. It is more helpful to remember that...., What is the cult of the relics?, What is a pilgrimage?, What is a pilgrim?, What is a relic?, What is a reliquary?, Why were many Christian motivated to go on pilgrimages?, What is the most important relic during the Romanesque period--and where is it located?, What is a sarcophagus?, What did pilgrims wear as a sign that they were on their way home from visiting the relics in Santiago de Compostela?, What is the name of the Romanesque pilgrimage church in Toulouse, France?, Who was St. Sernin?, Who took care of the church of St. Sernin, its relics and its pilgrims?
What happened in 1194 that caused the people of the town of Chartres to start rebuilding their church?, What relic was held in the cathedral?, How did Bishop Renaud de Mousson respond to the events of 1194?, What were Renaud’s ulterior motives?, What was the shape of the church’s new plan—and why?, What “uniquely harmonious” shapes did the architect use in his plan, and why?, What “miracle” did Bishop Renaud use to motivate the local population to support his rebuilding plan?, Who wanted to stop the church’s construction, and why?, How much in today’s money, does David Carpenter estimate it cost to rebuild the church, and where did donations come from?, What unusual feature did Renaud want in the Cathedral, in order to make it appear to be a heavenly Jerusalem?, What was the problem that this feature created, and what was the innovative solution?, How far away did they find limestone, and who deliver it to the construction site?, What is the equivalent of “confraternities” today?, Who were the most highly paid and respected laborers?, What was the purpose of mortar?
Identify this image..., What is the Byzantine Empire?, What are the earlier names for the modern city of Istanbul, Turkey?, What does “Hagia Sophia” mean?, Why did Justinian build Hagia Sophia?, What were the “factions” of Constantinople?, What happened to Constantinople as a result of the Nika Riots of January 532?, What opportunities did the Nika riots afford Emperor Justinian I?, In what year did work begin on Hagia Sophia?, What were the backgrounds of Anthemius and Isadore the Elder before they became the architects of Hagia Sophia?, How tall is the interior of the dome in Hagia Sophia?, Why did Anthemius and Isadore need to invent pendentives?, What are pendentives?, What is the problem with all arches that make them unstable?, How did Anthemius and Isadore create a church 140 meters long under a single dome?
What is self-reflexive thought?, What brain areas are associated with the “default mode”? Why is it called the “default” mode?, What is interoception and the neural regions are involved?, What is embodiment and what regions are involved in this process? How is it related to hemispatial neglect?, What area is associated with processing “changeable” aspects of the face?, What areas are involved in processing “invariant/non-changing" aspects of face identity?, Does the STS respond more, or less, when the social cues in the face and body are incongruent?, What is Social Referencing?, What is joint attention?, How might automatic and controlled components of social categorization interact during negative stereotyping of groups to which you are not a member? Which component responds more quickly and more to the emotional rather than rational aspects of categorization?, How and when are executive control processes more likely to be engaged to control the expression of racially biased attitudes?, What are Mirror Neurons?, Where are mirror neurons?, What is empathy?, Which brain regions would be more involved in empathy than sympathy?
Budget deficits result.., Senators serve a large constituency than embers of the House and are therefore less likely to enjoy the full benefits of the..., Social Security runs on a..., Where those who are working..., Income Security Programs are the..., Until the passage of Pendleton Civil Service Act in the late 19th century..., The federal government borrows money primarily by..., The membership of the house is capped at..., Instructed Delegate..., Reference to theories of representation..., Incumbent Advantage..., Iron Triangles..., Secretary of Defense, Uncontrollable expenditures..., Office of Management and Budget (OMB)
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