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Core Topics in Art History: Imagining the Orient 21:082:306:01



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Art History Call Numbers

Use these Library of Congress call number prefixes to help you find specific art subjects while browsing the stacks or searching the catalog.

* N: Art
* NA: Architecture
* NB: Sculpture
* NC: Graphic Arts/Drawing
* ND: Painting
* NE: Prints and Engraving
* NK: Decorative/Applied arts
* NX: Arts
* SB: Landscape Architecture
* TR: Photography
* BH: Aesthetics


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