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Art of Islam, Language and Meaning
T. Burckhardt, S. Nasr, J. Michon
Published 2009

Art
Called the "definitive book on Islamic Art" by S.H. Nasr, this beautifully illustrated masterpiece is presented in a revised, full colour, commemorative edition containing 285 new colour photos and a… Expand
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