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Cover: The World to Come: Ukrainian Images of the Last JudgmentThe World to Come: Ukrainian Images of the Last JudgmentBerezhnaya, Liliya
Himka, John-Paul
HARDCOVER08/03/2015$49.95
Cover: Picturing the True Form: Daoist Visual Culture in Traditional ChinaPicturing the True Form: Daoist Visual Culture in Traditional ChinaHuang, Shih-shan SusanPAPERBACK02/23/2015$39.95
Cover: Asinou across Time: Studies in the Architecture and Murals of the Panagia Phorbiotissa, CyprusAsinou across Time: Studies in the Architecture and Murals of the Panagia Phorbiotissa, CyprusCarr, Annemarie Weyl
Nicolaïdès, Andréas
HARDCOVER05/20/2013$75.00
Cover: Journey Through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the DeadJourney Through the Afterlife: Ancient Egyptian Book of the DeadTaylor, John H.PAPERBACK05/13/2013$32.50
Cover: Aisha’s Cushion: Religious Art, Perception, and Practice in IslamAisha’s Cushion: Religious Art, Perception, and Practice in IslamElias, Jamal J.HARDCOVER11/15/2012$40.00
Cover: A Mahzor from Worms: Art and Religion in a Medieval Jewish CommunityA Mahzor from Worms: Art and Religion in a Medieval Jewish CommunityKogman-Appel, KatrinHARDCOVER04/17/2012$57.00
Cover: Hajj: Journey to the Heart of IslamHajj: Journey to the Heart of IslamPorter, VenetiaHARDCOVER03/30/2012$39.95
Cover: Picturing Heaven in Early ChinaPicturing Heaven in Early ChinaTseng, Lillian Lan-yingHARDCOVER07/25/2011$79.95
Cover: Giotto and His Publics: Three Paradigms of PatronageGiotto and His Publics: Three Paradigms of PatronageGardner, JulianHARDCOVER05/01/2011$42.00
Cover: The Washington HaggadahThe Washington Haggadahben Simeon, JoelHARDCOVER04/11/2011$39.95
Cover: Early Byzantine Pilgrimage Art: Revised EditionEarly Byzantine Pilgrimage Art: Revised EditionVikan, GaryPAPERBACK01/01/2011$29.95
Cover: Sacred Painting. MuseumSacred Painting. MuseumBorromeo, Federico
Rothwell, Kenneth S.
HARDCOVER06/01/2010$29.95
Cover: Sassetta: The Borgo San Sepolcro AltarpieceSassetta: The Borgo San Sepolcro AltarpieceIsraëls, MachteltHARDCOVER12/15/2009$120.00
Cover: Thresholds of the Sacred: Architectural, Art Historical, Liturgical, and Theological Perspectives on Religious Screens, East and WestThresholds of the Sacred: Architectural, Art Historical, Liturgical, and Theological Perspectives on Religious Screens, East and WestGerstel, Sharon E. J.HARDCOVER01/15/2007$65.00
Cover: Tsars and Cossacks: A Study in IconographyTsars and Cossacks: A Study in IconographyPlokhy, SerhiiPAPERBACK04/30/2003$18.95
Cover: Hiraizumi: Buddhist Art and Regional Politics in Twelfth-Century JapanHiraizumi: Buddhist Art and Regional Politics in Twelfth-Century JapanYiengpruksawan, Mimi HallHARDCOVER01/15/1999$63.00
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