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The Classical Art Research Centre and Beazley Archive website uses two cookies.

1. Pages generated by our databases

We need to use a temporary sessional cookie for our databases and pages created from information held in our databases to function correctly (these are pages on the site where the url ends in .asp). Without this cookie searches on our database would not work, as it is the cookie which enables the database to remember your search terms.  This cookie also makes it possible to move from one page to the next in the sections of our website generated from our databases. This temporary cookie is deleted when you close your browser window.

2. Gathering data on how the site is used

This analytical cookie enables us to collect information on how people use our site. We collect details such as how many people have been to our website, which pages they have visited and how long they have spent on the site. This information is important to us as it will help us to improve our web services. This cookie does not enable us to collect personal information or to identify who you are.

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