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ARTHIST 252: European Painting and Sculpture, 1400-1700

his course covers painting and sculpture in Italy, Spain, France, Flanders, Holland, and Englandfrom 1400-1700. We will look closely at some of the great works of the artists Donatello,Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Titian, Rubens, Caravaggio, etc.

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Emory has 8 libraries – 4 of them are in the main building:

The others are the Health Sciences Center Library, Hugh F. Macmillan Law Library, Pitts Theology Library, and the Oxford College library.

Emory University also has a joint storage facility with Georgia Tech–the Library Service Center (LSC)

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