anonymous
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Which best describes the images that Michelangelo painted on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel? stories from the New Testament of the Bible stories from the Old Testament of the Bible lessons the Church wanted to teach lessons Michelangelo wanted to teach
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@cursnook
anonymous
  • anonymous
a or b i am not sure am sorry
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  • anonymous
add someone who u think would know

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anonymous
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@Tigergirl101 and @thatfr-sguy
anonymous
  • anonymous
do you guys know?
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here look this over this should help https://quizlet.com/24774444/test-2-flash-cards/
anonymous
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The Sistine Chapel ceiling, painted by Michelangelo between 1508 and 1512, is one of the most renowned artworks of the High Renaissance. Central to the ceiling decoration are nine scenes from the Book of Genesis of which The Creation of Adam is the best known, the hands of God and Adam being reproduced in countless imitations. The complex design includes several sets of individual figures, both clothed and nude, which allowed Michelangelo to fully demonstrate his skill in creating a huge variety of poses for the human figure, and have provided an enormously influential pattern book of models for other artists ever since.
anonymous
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so b then
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yeaa

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