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    Christian art true or false questions

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    Please explain why each of these questions are either T or F.

    T F 1. The art of stained glass windows extended to all European countries.
    T F 2. German Gothic sculpture showed distinct regional character.
    T F 3. Giotto introduced the ideas of fresco painting.
    T F 4. Francis of Assisi separated the music of the church from popular music.
    T F 5. Dante's Inferno was written as a synthesis of scholastic and Franciscan philosophy.
    T F 6. The Inferno was written in Italian so only educated people could read it.
    T F 7. The church condemned dance-like rhythms.
    T F 8. The arts were greatly affected by an outbreak of measles.
    T F 9. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is a written about a pilgrimage to Canterbury cathedral.
    T F 10. The painter Giotto successfully translated the ideas of St. Francis into visual forms.

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    You have asked whether the following statements are true or false. Below are my answers with explanations.

    T F 1. The art of stained glass windows extended to all European countries.
    The answer is false. Stained glass was used in many Gothic churches, primarily those in England, France and Germany.

    T F 2. German Gothic sculpture showed distinct regional character.
    The answer is true. German Gothic sculpture was so unique in character that it was classified as its own style - German Expressionism.

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    Solution Summary

    This solution offers answers and explanations for the following True of False questions:

    T F 1. The art of stained glass windows extended to all European countries.
    T F 2. German Gothic sculpture showed distinct regional character.
    T F 3. Giotto introduced the ideas of fresco painting.
    T F 4. Francis of Assisi separated the music of the church from popular music.
    T F 5. Dante's Inferno was written as a synthesis of scholastic and Franciscan philosophy.
    T F 6. The Inferno was written in Italian so only educated people could read it.
    T F 7. The church condemned dance-like rhythms.
    T F 8. The arts were greatly affected by an outbreak of measles.
    T F 9. Chaucer's Canterbury Tales is a written about a pilgrimage to Canterbury cathedral.
    T F 10. The painter Giotto successfully translated the ideas of St. Francis into visual forms.

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