Ceramics and gold part 1

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Question 1

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What are the ages of the oldest and youngest Ceramics in the Millenium of Contact Exhibit?
Answer
  • T'ang (618-906 AD) and Ming (1642-1912 AD)
  • T'ang (618-906 AD) and Yuan (1642-1912 AD)
  • T'ang (618-906 AD) and Qing (1642-1912 AD)
  • T'ang (618-906 AD) and Long Bao (1642-1912 AD)

Question 2

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Celadon wares are known for the following except for:
Answer
  • The greenish color tries to replicate the color of the semi precious stone emerald.
  • The greenish color is obtained from the use of iron oxides
  • The greenish color was named after a Theater charater that wore the same colored costume
  • The greenish color of the celadon produced in Longch'uan province is recognized as the source of the most refined celadon of the Sung Dynasty.

Question 3

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How many ceramics are on loan by the Villanuevas?
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  • 100+ Chinese and Southeast Asian Ceramics are on display from the 3800+ collection on loan
  • 200+ Chinese and Southeast Asian Ceramics are on display from the 3800+ collection on loan
  • 300+ Chinese and Southeast Asian Ceramics are on display from the 3800+ collection on loan
  • 500+ Chinese and Southeast Asian Ceramics are on display from the 3800+ collection on loan

Question 4

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Which of the following is not true?
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  • Porcelain - White, highly vitrified, extremely hard and translucent when thin
  • Dehua ware - White porcelain with ivory glaze first produced in the mid 10th century
  • Qingbai- "bulish-white" or shadowed blue or green"
  • Yue ware - An early greenware. Body is gray stoneware and the glaze an olive-green to gray

Question 5

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Which of the following is NOT a correct desctiption of this piece?
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  • This is a stone ware.
  • This is an incense burner for ceremonial function
  • This was created during the Yuan Dynasty (14th Century)
  • This is a water vessel but spots of oil residues can be seen

Question 6

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Which of the following materials were used for this piece?
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  • Iron,clay, copper, and cobalt oxide
  • Iron, stoneware, copper and cobalt oxide
  • Iron, clay, copper and iron oxide
  • Iron, clay, stoneware and iron oxide

Question 7

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Which of the following has a correct symbolism?
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  • Chrystanthemum - traits of harmony and vitality
  • Lion or the "dog of fo" - traits of valor and energy
  • Crane - traits of obedience and flexibility
  • Twin gold fish - traits of the yin and yang

Question 8

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Panika is the following EXCEPT for:
Answer
  • Term for 18 karats
  • Term for "inexpensive" jewelry during the Precolonial period
  • Used for the hollow earrings and barter rings
  • Used for the Kinarri and most of the religious images

Question 9

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Which of the following statements are INCORRECT:
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  • Dalisay = 24 Karats
  • Ginugulan = 22 karats
  • Hilapo - 20 karats
  • Bislig = 14 karats

Question 10

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Which of the following statements are incorrect:
Answer
  • Tumbaga is a malay word for copper
  • Lingling-o is the omega shaped ornament
  • Saga is a measurement equal to 1 Tahil or one Chinese ounce
  • Naga is often identified with the sea serpent
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