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6,000 works are featured on the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. It does not include all of the works in The Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection. Use the "Time Period" limiter in the left column along with any other keyword or option limiters
Need some ideas? What's out there? Resources to help you find artwork for the assigned time period of 200-1000 AD.
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6,000 works featured on the Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History. It does not include all of the works in The Metropolitan Museum of Art's collection. Use the "Time Period" limiter in the left column combined with the other keyword and option limiters.
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