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Overlaying the artwork of the center Byzantine interval (843-1261 AD), this booklet demonstrates its huge range and effect via 17 scholarly essays. those are observed by way of descriptions and color reproductions of over four hundred items, in addition to photographs of architectural websites all over the place jap Europe.

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