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Roman Art and Imperial Policy

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Roman Art and Imperial Policy

Название: Roman Art and Imperial Policy
Автор(ы): Niels Hannestad
Издательство: Aarhus University Press
Серия: Jutland Archaeological Society Publications, Vol XIX
Год: 1988
ISBN-13: 978-8772881669
Страниц: 476
Язык: English
Формат: PDF
Размер: 127 MB

In this book you can to see how was used art and architecture to propaganda service in the Roman Republic and Empire.










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