1. For the student of art appreciation, the Emperor Justinian is most often remembered for A. spreading Christian art to the West. B. destroying Renaissance art as morally corrupt. C. overseeing the b
1. For the scholar of art view, the Emperor Justinian is most repeatedly cherished for
A. spreading Christian art to the West.
B. destroying Renaissance art as morally decayed.
C. overseeing the architecture of the Hagia Sophia.
D. overseeing the fabrication of Constantinople.
2. If one scans topics and pages of Leonardo da Vinci's notebooks, it becomes presumable that he
A. kept disjoined books for match and sketching.
B. kept them strictly for his own use.
C. intentional to proclaim at last some of them.
D. was extremely organized about care his notes.
3. Many art historians evidence that the Italian Renaissance began in