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  • Ancient peoples produce first wall paintings, a permanent record and art form.
    • Early Artists make use of symbols and representations of animals, plants, objects from real life.
    • Location: Europe, Asia, Africa
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  • Recognizable art takes shape in wall paintings.
    • Significance: Ancient people record representations of their experiences with imagery and detail. Colored paints and realistic drawings portray hunting, foraging, and eventually agriculture.
    • Location: Europe, Asia, Africa
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  • Egyptians engrave large architecture such as mastabas and pyramids with symbols and visual records of events.
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    • Location: Egypt
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  • Leonardo Da Vinci begins painting the Mona Lisa.
    • Significance: The Mona Lisa is probably the most famous and valuable painting of all time.
    • Location: Italy


  • Leonardo Da Vinci finishes the Mona Lisa.
    • Significance: Da Vinci finished the painting just before he died after working on it on and off for 17 years.
    • Location: Italy

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