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Renaissance Illuminators in Paris. Artists & Artisans 1500-1715
Richard and Mary Rouse

An essential study by Richard and Mary Rouse on the life and work of illuminators and scribes after the arrival of the first printing presses in Paris.

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Funerary Portraiture in Greater Roman Syria
M. Blömer, R. Raja (eds)

This volume provides a unique survey of locally produced funerary representations from across regions of ancient Syria, exploring material ranging from reliefs and statues in the round, to busts, mosaics, and paintings in order to offer a new and holistic approach to our understanding of ancient funerary portraiture.

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Monastic Europe. Medieval Communities, Landscapes, and Settlements
M. Krasnodebska-D'Aughton, E. Bhreathnach, K. Smith (eds)

An overview of medieval monasticism across a variety of European landscapes.

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La maiolica italiana del Rinascimento: Studi e ricerche
G. Busti, M. Cesaretti, F. Cocchi (eds)

Resulting from the international conference "The Italian Maiolica in the Renaissance. Studies and Research" (Assisi, 9-11 September 2016), this volume brings together contributions by experts from various national and international institutions, and in particular from museums housing dedicated collections of Renaissance ceramics.

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Borman. A family of Northern Renaissance Sculptors
M. Debaene (ed.)

Borman was a virtuoso, a master but above all an innovator, who influenced many other sculptors.

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Food & History - 16:2
Food and Art in the Nineteenth Century / Alimentation et art au XIXe siècle
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Cartographie et pouvoir au XVIe siècle
C. Dupont

Une interprétation novatrice de l’atlas de Jacques de Deventer et de sa place au sein de l’histoire de la cartographie.

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Met maagdelijke blik. De reliekenschat van Herkenrode doorgelicht
F. Van Cleven, J. Reyniers, A. Ervynck (eds.)

Een historisch onderzoek en bijhorende wetenschappelijke analyses van de reliekenschat van de cisterciënzerinnenabdij van Herkenrode.

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Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Preaching in the Mediterranean and Europe. Identities and Interfaith Encounters
L. G. Jones, A. Dupont-Hamy (eds)

Offers a fresh cross-cultural approach that explores connections between preaching and transcultural relations in Iberia, the Mediterranean, and northern Europe.

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Corpus of the Old Uighur Letters from the Eastern Silk Road
T. Moriyasu

This is a corpus of Old Uighur letters written in the period of the West Uighur kingdom and the Mongol Empire (9th - 14th century).

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The Past as Present. Essays on Roman History in Honour of Guido Clemente
G. A. Cecconi, R. Lizzi Testa, A. Marcone (eds)

While the essays included in the volume cover domains ranging from methodology and (the history of) historiography, over archaeology and epigraphy, to politics and religion, they all resort under the main theme of ‘the past as present’.

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The Roman Senate as 'arbiter' during the Second Century BC. Two Exemplary Case Studies: the Cippus Abellanus and the Polcevera Tablet
V. Casella, M. F. Petraccia

An in-depth sociocultural analysis of Roman senatorial arbitration as a political mediation tool in the second century BC

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Cimabue and the Franciscans
Holly Flora

Awarded with the 2020 Premio San Francesco by the Pontificia Università Antonianum

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