Robert G. Ousterhout

Robert G. Ousterhout is Professor Emeritus of the History of Art at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Cover: Visualizing Community: Art, Material Culture, and Settlement in Byzantine CappadociaVisualizing Community: Art, Material Culture, and Settlement in Byzantine CappadociaOusterhout, Robert G.HARDCOVER03/06/2017$90.00
Cover: A Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia: Revised EditionA Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia: Revised EditionOusterhout, Robert G.PAPERBACK01/02/2012$50.00
Cover: The Architecture of the Kariye Camii in IstanbulThe Architecture of the Kariye Camii in IstanbulOusterhout, Robert G.HARDCOVER01/01/1988$45.00
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