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You will learn about ancient art history.
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Good use of images and explained quiet well.
However, the internet page's names are published on the sources page which makes it is only a simple research work. History is about the research, however, in our day's information is registered on the internet websites on the world wide web, which is the purpose that it was invented. Research!
The language used in this course is a vast improvement on that utilised in the related course "Art Concepts and Art Appreciation", but as most of the text has been copied from other sites on the internet this is hardly surprising. Much of the text is from Wikipedia but other sites are also used (e.g. http://www.visual-arts-cork.com/history-of-art/christian-art-byzantine.htm)
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