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The Via Latina Catacomb: Imitation and Discontinuity in Fourth-Century Roman Painting by William Tronzo38
Raphael's Bible: A Study of the Vatican Logge by Bernice F. Davidson39
Versailles: The Chateau of Louis XIV by Robert W. Berger40
Sarvistan : a study in early Iranian architecture by Lionel Bier41
The Nazareth Capitals and the Crusader Shrine of the Annunciation by Jaroslav Folda42
Content and Context of Visual Arts in the Islamic World : Papers from a Colloquium in Memory of Richard Ettinghausen, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University, 2-4 April 1980, Planned and Organized by Carol Manson Bier by Priscilla Parsons Soucek44
Hitler's State Architecture: The Impact of Classical Antiquity by Alexander Scobie45
Five Illuminated Manuscripts of Giangeleazzo Visconti by Edith W. Kirsch46
The New York Cruciform Lectionary by Jeffrey C. Anderson48
Forms of the Goddess Lajjā Gaurī in Indian Art by Carol R. Bolon49
Nicola Pisano's Arca Di San Domenico and Its Legacy by Anita Fiderer Moskowitz50
Degas and the Business of Art: A Cotton Office in New Orleans by Marilyn R. Brown51
Tapestries for the Courts of Federico Ii, Ercole, and Ferrante Gonzaga, 1522-1563 by Clifford M. Brown52
Boccaccio's Des Cleres Et Nobles Femmes : Systems of Signification in an Illuminated Manuscript by Brigitte Buettner53
Illuminating the Epic: Kassel Willehalm Codex and the Landgraves of Hesse in the Early Fourteenth Century by Joan A. Holladay54
The Rule, the Bible, and the Council: The Library of the Benedictine Abbey at Praglia by Diana Gisolfi55
Beholding the Sacred Mysteries: Programs of the Byzantine Sanctuary by Sharon E. J. Gerstel56

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