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Medieval Art: A Resource for Educators

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Medieval Art: A Resource for Educators
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Publisher: Metropolitan Museum of Art
ISBN/ASIN: 1588390837
ISBN-13: 9781588390837
Number of pages: 194

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This resource presents medieval art in the Museum's collection from western Europe and Byzantium and provides strategies for teaching art of the Middle Ages. Among the contents are an overview of medieval times and art; a discussion of aspects of medieval life, including knighthood and monasticism; information on materials and techniques; lesson plans; a map; and a bibliography.

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