great centuries of painting

early medieval painting; from the fourth to eleventh century
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Skira , Geneva
StatementEdited by Albert Skira, Text by André Grabar and Carl Nordenfalk.
ContributionsGrabar, André., Nordenfalk, Carl.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18298563M

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