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Which major development in human history is credited with the rise of permanent settlements?
Agricultural development in human history is credited with the rise of permanent settlements.
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Theoretically, ownership and display of African art in Europe can be understood as culture?
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Theoretically, ownership and display of African art in Europe can be understood as cultural appropriation.
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The phenomenon by which a state derives power from the unity of those it governs, often through the use of culture and art, is known as?
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The phenomenon by which a state derives power from the unity of those it governs, often through the use of culture and art, is known as Romantic nationalism.
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What is the primary art market?
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What does repatriation of NOK art mean?
Weegy: Repatriation of NOK art means the return to Nigeria of Nok art currently owned by institutions outside the country. (More)
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Which of the following religions prohibited the depiction of representational images in religious art at some point in their history?
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Christianity and Islam both prohibited the depiction of representational images in religious art at some point in their history.
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