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American architecture

American architecture: c. 1000 BCE - 1997  

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The Olmecs raise large clay platforms, probably with temples at the top, beginning the long American tradition of sacred pyramids
American art

American art: c. 1585 - 1991  

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The English artist John White paints the everyday life of the Secotan Indians of America
American painting

American painting: c. 1585 - 1988  

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The English artist John White paints the everyday life of the Secotan Indians of America
Architecture

Architecture: c. 8000 BCE - 2010  

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Jericho, often quoted as the first town, grows into a settlement covering ten acres
Arts

Arts: c. 45,000 years ago - 2010  

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Neanderthals carve a flute from the leg bone of a young bear, in the region that is now Slovenia
Baroque

Baroque: 1600 - 1751  

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A performance in the Oratory in Rome, with music by Emilio de' Cavalieri, is in effect the first oratorio
British architecture

British architecture: c. 2500 BCE - 1998  

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A small neolithic community builds a village at Skara Brae in the Orkneys, of stone houses with built-in stone furniture
British art

British art: c. 1080 - 1998  

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Work begins on the story of the Norman conquest, narrated in embroidery in the Bayeux tapestry
British painting

British painting: c. 650 - 1996  

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The Book of Durrow, one of the earliest of the great Celtic manuscripts, is written and illuminated in Ireland
Decorative arts

Decorative arts: c. 6500 BCE - 1982  

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Pottery fragments of this date survive in the neolithic site of Catal Huyuk
Flemish and Dutch painting

Flemish and Dutch painting: c. 1430 - 1927  

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Robert Campin, also known as the Master of Flémalle, brings to Flemish painting a natural and everyday quality which is entirely new
French architecture

French architecture: c. 4000 BCE - 1993  

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A passage grave with a superb corbelled dome is constructed on the île Longue off the southern coast of Brittany
French art

French art: c. 31,000 years ago - c. 1994  

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Rhinoceroses, lions and mammoth feature on the walls of the Chauvet cave, in southern France
French painting

French painting: c. 31,000 years ago - c. 1994  

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Rhinoceroses, lions and mammoth feature on the walls of the Chauvet cave, in southern France
Gothic

Gothic: 1144 - 1863  

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The new abbey church of St Denis is consecrated near Paris, introducing the style of architecture later known as Gothic
Italian architecture

Italian architecture: c. 530 BCE - 1667  

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The Greek colonists of Paestum, in southern Italy, build the first of their three superb temples
Italian art

Italian art: c. 550 BCE - 1913  

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The murals of Etruscan tombs, such as the Tomb of the Lionesses in Tarquinia, give a lively glimpse of an earlier tradition in Greek art
Italian painting

Italian painting: c. 550 BCE - 1912  

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The murals of Etruscan tombs, such as the Tomb of the Lionesses in Tarquinia, give a lively glimpse of an earlier tradition in Greek art
Painting

Painting: c. 31,000 years ago - 2000  

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Rhinoceroses, lions and mammoth feature on the walls of the Chauvet cave, in southern France
Photography

Photography: 1835 - 1947  

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Fox Talbot exposes the first photographic negatives, among them a view looking out through an oriel window in Lacock Abbey

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