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Which of the following is a famous conceptual artist whose work constantly questions the nature of representation in art? User: Hagia Sophia is in which city? User: Which fact about the Taj Mahal is NOT true?
Weegy: The fact about the Taj Mahal that is not true is that it is made entirely of white marble. It is made almost entirely of white marble, but not completely. The inside and the outside are decorated with designs of flowers and ornate calligraphy. (More)
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Weegy: One theory proposes that the Pyramid was meant as a tomb for a great pharaoh (earthly king). Another proposes that it was to guard some great treasure (wealth) in gold and other precious things. [ However, careful study reveals that neither of these can be true, at least not in the way proposed. A careful study of the Pyramid and its empty sarcophagus in what is called the King's chamber reveals that it is not at all like the traditional methods of Egyptian burial chambers. Although it is not the purpose of this essay to discuss these points at length, one might briefly mention the mystery of the missing lid to the King's sarcophagus. Why is it that the lid to the King's sarcophagus, one that must have weighed many tons, is not found in the room? Certainly, such a granite lid was not of sufficient value to carry off, nor could it have been physically removed though the narrow entrance passages to the Pyramid. This by itself is enough to bring the tomb theory into serious question. ] (More)
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