DOI:​10.1017/CBO9781316136034
Corpus ID: 73600268
Viewing inscriptions in the late antique and medieval world
Anthony Eastmond
Published 2015
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Introduction: viewing inscriptions Antony Eastmond 1. Text, image, memory, and performance: epigraphic practices in Persia and the ancient Iranian world Matthew P. Canepa 2. Prayers on site: the… Expand
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