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The following list contains only a few of the media resources on ancient and medieval art. Use keywords to locate additional titles in the library catalog.
The Nude: The Classical [electronic resource]
Examines the significance and symbolism of the nude in classical art and how it reflects the cultural beliefs and civilization of ancient Egypt, Greece, and Rome.
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The Pure Radiance of the Past [electronic resource]
"This program ... considers the combined impact of the return to classical models of architecture, as embodied by the dome on the Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore [Florence, Italy], and the discovery of the mathematical rules for calculating perspective, used ... in Masaccio's Trinity"--Videocassette container.
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Cleopatra: A Multimedia Guide to the Ancient World
is an interactive journey through the collection of ancient art at The Art Institute of Chicago. This Web site takes you on an expedition to the ancient cultures of Egypt, Greece, and Italy using eighteen objects from the museum's distinguished collection.
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