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Ravenna as a Capital: Art and Display as Discourse in Late Antiquity and Beyond

@inproceedings{Thomas2018RavennaAA,
  title={Ravenna as a Capital: Art and Display as Discourse in Late Antiquity and Beyond},
  author={B. Thomas},
  year={2018}
}
Due to copyright restrictions some images have been removed from the electronic version of this thesis. The unabridged version can be consulted, on request, at the University of Leicester Library. 

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