art of Etruria and early Rome by Guido Achille Mansuelli

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  • Art, Etruscan -- History.,
  • Art, Roman -- History.

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Bibliography: p. 240-246.

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Statement[by] G. A. Mansuelli. [Translated by C. E. Ellis]
SeriesArt of the world, non-European sculptures [i.e. European cultures] the historical, sociological, and religious backgrounds, Art of the world
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LC ClassificationsN5750 .M34
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Pagination255 p.
Number of Pages255
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17761983M

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