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Question 1.
The original meaning of the word Baroque may be


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Question 2.
The only Spanish-born baroque artist to achieve distinction at the Spanish royal court was


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Question 3.
The "Baldacchino" was designed by


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Question 4.
The paintings of Caravaggio are noted for the dramatic use of


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Question 5.
The doctrine dictating that a monarch exercise supreme political power and control every aspect of national life is known as


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Question 6.
The form of musical theater in which all or most of the dialogue is sung, usually accompanied by an orchestra and elaborate costumes and sets in


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Question 7.
Which two terms describe the compromise of styles used at the Palace of Versailles?


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Question 8.
Which playwright incorporated ballet into the plot of his comedies?


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Question 9.
The favorite Baroque painter of the European nobility during the seventeenth century was


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Question 10.
Bach's musical compositions exhibited which two essential features of Baroque concert music


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Question 11.
The most remarkable painter of Dutch genre scenes was


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Question 12.
The philosophical explanation of what humans know and how they know it is called


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Question 13.
The political doctrine that prizes individual rights and freedoms and strives for a constitutional government that secures individual autonomy is


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Question 14.
The most celebrated art work of the Mughal period was the


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