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Christian Metalwork in Early Solomonic Ethiopia: Production, Function, and Symbolism

Gnisci, J; (2020) Christian Metalwork in Early Solomonic Ethiopia: Production, Function, and Symbolism. In: Cooksey, S, (ed.) Peace, Power, and Prestige: Metal Arts in Africa. (pp. 254-265). Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art: Gainesville, US.

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Type: Book chapter
Title: Christian Metalwork in Early Solomonic Ethiopia: Production, Function, and Symbolism
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Language: English
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