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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePrice
Cover: The Mongol Empire in Global History and Art HistoryThe Mongol Empire in Global History and Art HistoryDunlop, AnnePAPERBACK05/09/2023$45.00Not yet available
Cover: Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts for the <i>Orlando Furioso</i>Ariosto and the Arabs: Contexts for the Orlando FuriosoCasari, Mario
Preti, Monica
Wyatt, Michael
HARDCOVER08/16/2022$50.00
Cover: Sacrifice and Conversion in the Early Modern Atlantic WorldSacrifice and Conversion in the Early Modern Atlantic WorldBerbara, MariaHARDCOVER08/09/2022$45.00
Cover: Seachanges: Music in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds, 1550–1800Seachanges: Music in the Mediterranean and Atlantic Worlds, 1550–1800Orden, Kate vanPAPERBACK05/03/2022$40.00
Cover: The Renaissance in the 19th Century: Revision, Revival, and ReturnThe Renaissance in the 19th Century: Revision, Revival, and ReturnBolzoni, Lina
Payne, Alina
PAPERBACK12/17/2018$45.00
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