Corpus ID: 194237747

Islam and Marble from the Origins to Saddam Hussein

@inproceedings{Greenhalgh2006IslamAM,
  title={Islam and Marble from the Origins to Saddam Hussein},
  author={M. Greenhalgh},
  year={2006}
}
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Michael Greenhalgh. Constantinople to Córdoba: dismantling ancient architecture in the East, North Africa and Islamic Spain . xxviii+510 pages, 91 illustrations. 2012. Leiden & Boston (MA): Brill; 978-90-04-21246-6 hardback € 177 & $242.
To conclude, this volume offers a useful summation of approaches to Celtic art in Britain. It is a shame that one of the signal triumphs of this project—the radiocarbon dating of Celtic art—receivedExpand

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