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History of Ancient Art by Franz von Reber

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History of Ancient Art
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Publisher: Harper & brothers
ISBN/ASIN: B00085GDL2
Number of pages: 482

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A history of the fine arts that states correctly what is known and treats their various manifestations with intelligence and in just proportion. It serves equally well as an introduction to the study and as a treatise to which the advanced student may refer with advantage to refresh his knowledge of the outlines of any part of the field.

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