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Ierotelestia kai piste : Vyzantine techne kai theia leitourgia = Ceremony and faith : Byzantine art and the divine liturgy / [epimeleia keimenon = texts edited by Georgia Livieratou]
Bib ID 2979882
Format BookBook
Description Athena : Ypourgeio Politismou : Kapon, 1999 
215 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 31 cm. 
ISBN 9607254724
Notes

Incudes bibliographical references.

Greek and English.

In Greek with English translation.

Catalogue used for exhibition held in Melbourne at the Hellenic Antiquities Museum 1999.

Subjects Art, Byzantine.  |  Icons, Byzantine.  |  Art objects, Byzantine.
Other authors/contributors Livieratou, Georgia
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Vyzantine techne kai theia leitourgia.

Ceremony and faith.

Byzantine art and the divine liturgy.

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