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EGYPT

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GREECE, GENERAL

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GREECE, THE OLYMPICS & OTHER GREEK GAMES

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GREECE, THE PARTHENON

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GREECE & EGYPT

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GREECE & PERSIA

Boardman, John. The Greeks Overseas: Their Early Colonies and Trade, 2nd ed. New York: Thames and Hudson Ltd., 1980.

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Frankfort, Henri. The Art and Architecture of the Ancient Orient. Baltimore: Penguin Books Ltd., 1954.

Lawrence, A. W. “The Acropolis and Persepolis.” JHS 71 (1951): 111-19.

Metzger, Henri. Fouilles de Xanthos, tome ii. Institut Français d’Archéologie d’Istanbul. Paris: Librairie C. Klincksieck, 1963.

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Vickers, Michael. “Persepolis, Vitruvius and the Erechtheum Caryatids: The Iconography of Medism and Servitude.” Revue archeologique (1985) 3-28.


ROME

Boren, Henry C. Roman Society: A Social, Economic, and Cultural History, 2nd edition. Lexington: D. C. Heath and Company, 1992.

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Vout, Caroline. “Antinous, Archaeology and History.” Journal of Roman Studies, vol. 95 (2005), pp. 80-96.


JAPAN

Mason, Penelope. History of Japanese Art. New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc., 1993.

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ELLSWORTH KELLY

Plante, Michael. “Things to Cover Walls: Ellsworth Kelly’s Paris Paintings and the Tradition of Mural Decoration.” American Art, 9.1 (Spring 1995), 37-53.

Thorne, Colleen. “Red Yellow Blue White and Black.” Art Institute of Chicago Museum Studies: Notable Acquisitions at the Art Institute of Chicago, 29.2 (2003), 78-79.


LORRAINE O’GRADY

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