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Art forms and civic life in the late Roman Empire,

Author: Hans Peter L'Orange
Publisher: Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1965.
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Named Person: Diocletian, Emperor of Rome; Dioclétien, empereur romain; Diocletian, Emperor of Rome
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Hans Peter L'Orange
ISBN: 069100305X 9780691003054
OCLC Number: 795720
Language Note: Translation of Fra principat til dominat.
Notes: Translation of Fra principat til dominat.
Description: 131 pages illustrations 23 cm
Responsibility: by H.P. L'Orange. [Translated from the Norwegian by Dr. and Mrs. Knut Berg].

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"This slim volume presents an admirably succinct analysis of one of the great turning points in Western art and civilization."--Art Bulletin "L'Orange has distilled for the non-specialist reader's Read more...

 
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