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Download Readings in art history, Vol. I : Ancient Egypt Through the Middle Ages ePub
  • ISBN 0684146177
  • ISBN13 978-0684146171
  • Language English
  • Author Harold Spencer
  • Publisher Scribner; 2nd edition (1976)
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  • Size ePub 1535 kb
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