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Excerpted from Adams, Laurie Schneider, a history of Western Painting. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997, 250-255Excerpted from Adams, Laurie Schneider, a history of Western Painting. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1997, 250-255
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Are Dutch Ears Different from American Ears? A comparison of Evidence StandardsAre Dutch Ears Different from American Ears? A comparison of Evidence Standards
United States. Neither Iannarelli nor Van Der Lugt have had any formal scientific training, ringing true the adage that those with the least education are those that are the most sure on the witness stand
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National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 26, 2005National Gallery Technical Bulletin Volume 26, 2005
Velázquez’s example, particularly in portraiture, he was not a slavish imitator, but rather an intelligent painter who can be credited with adapting Velázquez’s vision of the monarchy to circumstances that his master could not have
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W ho discovered Tutankhamun\W ho discovered Tutankhamun's Tomb?
He was an archaeologist from England working in Egypt. He wanted to find out about the people who lived in Egypt in ancient times
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The Long SearchThe Long Search
Carnarvon, spent a number of years and a lot of money searching for a tomb they weren't sure existed. In November 1922, they found it. Carter had discovered not just an unknown ancient Egyptian tomb
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