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Essays offered to G.H. Luce by his colleagues and friends : in honour of his seventy-fifth birthday / editors: Ba Shin, Jean Boisselier, A.B. Griswold
Bib ID 1990922
Format BookBook
Description Ascona, Switzerland : Artibus Asiae, 1966 
2 v. : ill., maps, ports. ; 33 cm. 
Series

Artibus Asiae. Supplementum ; 23

Full contents
  • v. 1. Papers on Asian history, religion, languages, literature, music, folklore, and anthropology
  • v. 2. Papers on Asian art and archaeology.
 
Notes

In English and French.

Includes bibliogaphical references.

Subjects Art, Asian.  |  Asia.  |  Asia - History.
Other authors/contributors Ba Shin, U  |  Boisselier, Jean, 1912-1996  |  Luce, G. H. (Gordon Hannington), 1889-1979  |  Griswold, Alexander B

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