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Long DescriptionComprehensive preparation for the AP Art History test includes: A diagnostic test and two full-length model tests with answers and explanations Art history review describes major artists and art movements Additional chapters on art beyond the European tradition Multiple-choice questions and practice essays follow every chapter
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