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Test 3 Notes

by: Janice Carter

Test 3 Notes AHS 101

Janice Carter
History of Art Survey 1
Ronald D. Rarick

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These are class notes for Test 3 for Dr. Rarick's AHS 101 course. These are by far the best notes that details everything from Rarick's lectures. Even though these were from Spring 2015, th...
History of Art Survey 1
Ronald D. Rarick
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