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|74. Adam and Eve, Albrecht Dürer (1504 CE)||Dürer, Albrecht. Adam and Eve (24)|
|75. Sistine Chapel, Michelangelo (1508 to 1541 CE)|
|76. School of Athens, Raphael (1509 to 1511 CE)||Renaissance Italy: Art & Architecture (24)|
|77. Isenheim altarpiece, M Grünewald (c 1515 CE)Isenheim altarpiece, M Grünewald (c 1515 CE)||Grünewald, Matthias. Isenheim Altarpiece (19) Isenheim Altarpiece (19)|
|78. Entombment, Pontormo (1525 CE)|
|79. Allegory of Law, Cranach the Elder (c.1530 CE)||Cranach, Lucas, the elder. Allegory of Law & Grace (23)||Renaissance Germany (24)|
|80. Venus of Urbino, Titian (c 1538 CE)||
|81. Codex Mendoza, Viceroyalty New Spain (1541 CE)||Colonial Mexico. Codex Mendoza (17)||
|82. Il Gesù, Rome (16th & 17th Centuries, CE)||Vignola, della Porta, and Gaulli. Il Gesù (17)||Baroque Architecture & City Planning (39)|
|83. Hunters in Snow, Bruegel the Elder (1565 CE)||Bruegel, Pieter, I. Hunters in the Snow (23)||Landscape in Art: A Survey (24)|
|84. Mosque of Selim II, Turkey (1570 CE)||Sinan the Great. Mosque of Selim II. (23)|
|85. Calling of St Matthew, Caravaggio (c 1599 CE)||Caravaggio. The Calling of St Matthew & Other Works (24)||Baroque Europe (24)|
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