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Reframing the lands of Rum: Architecture and style in eastern Anatolia, 1240--1320

@inproceedings{Blessing2012ReframingTL,
  title={Reframing the lands of Rum: Architecture and style in eastern Anatolia, 1240--1320},
  author={Patricia Blessing},
  year={2012}
}
iii Acknowledgements viii Note on Transliteration and Dates xii List of Figures xiii List of Maps xx 
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