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Cover: Empty Plinths: Monuments, Memorials, and Public Sculpture in MexicoEmpty Plinths: Monuments, Memorials, and Public Sculpture in MexicoEsparza Chong Cuy, José
Ruiz de Teresa, Guillermo
HARDCOVER11/15/2022$65.00Not yet available
Cover: Pedestales vacíos: Monumentos, memoriales y escultura pública en MéxicoPedestales vacíos: Monumentos, memoriales y escultura pública en MéxicoEsparza Chong Cuy, José
Ruiz de Teresa, Guillermo
HARDCOVER11/15/2022$65.00Not yet available
Cover: The Buddhas of BamiyanThe Buddhas of BamiyanMorgan, LlewelynPAPERBACK05/04/2015$30.00
Cover: Cairo: Histories of a CityCairo: Histories of a CityAlSayyad, NezarPAPERBACK05/13/2013$24.00
Cover: The Roman ForumThe Roman ForumWatkin, DavidPAPERBACK11/12/2012$30.00
Cover: The Copan Sculpture Museum: Ancient Maya Artistry in Stucco and StoneThe Copan Sculpture Museum: Ancient Maya Artistry in Stucco and StoneFash, Barbara W.PAPERBACK09/12/2011$35.00
Cover: The Globe Playhouse: Its Design and EquipmentThe Globe Playhouse: Its Design and EquipmentAdams, John CranfordE-DITION01/01/1942$65.00Available from De Gruyter »
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