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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Reading and Writing in BabylonReading and Writing in BabylonCharpin, Dominique
Todd, Jane Marie
HARDCOVER01/03/2011$48.00
Cover: Their Way of Writing: Scripts, Signs, and Pictographies in Pre-Columbian AmericaTheir Way of Writing: Scripts, Signs, and Pictographies in Pre-Columbian AmericaBoone, Elizabeth Hill
Urton, Gary
HARDCOVER10/31/2011$65.00
Cover: Realms of Literacy: Early Japan and the History of WritingRealms of Literacy: Early Japan and the History of WritingLurie, David B.HARDCOVER11/14/2011$59.95
Cover: Sign and Design: Script as Image in Cross-Cultural Perspective (300–1600 CE)Sign and Design: Script as Image in Cross-Cultural Perspective (300–1600 CE)Bedos-Rezak, Brigitte Miriam
Hamburger, Jeffrey F.
HARDCOVER08/22/2016$75.00
Cover: Letters of Light: Arabic Script in Calligraphy, Print, and Digital DesignLetters of Light: Arabic Script in Calligraphy, Print, and Digital DesignOsborn, J.R.HARDCOVER05/22/2017$49.50
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