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In medieval art, symbolism, repetition, symmetry, and lively colors were common to the very religious and historical art. You often saw these elements in illuminated manuscripts such as the 'Book of Kells' by the Celtics. The purpose of the art during this period was didactic--to teach--and to tell Bible stories. Source: Spanish Humanities Class
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