A Hand List of Illuminated Oriental Christian Manuscripts by Hugo Buhthal and Otto Kurz

By Hugo Buhthal and Otto Kurz

First variation, this being the author's annotated interleaved reproduction. Correspondence among the authors and diverse museums are loosely inserted. reviews of the Warburg Institute, vol. 12. Edited through Fritz Saxl. Catalogue of 555 japanese Christian illuminated manuscripts, with chapters dedicated to Syriac, Arabic, Coptic, Nubian, Ethiopian, Armenian, and Georgian manuscripts. comprises record of usually mentioned books and articles. a hundred and twenty pages. fabric with paper backbone label. huge 8vo..

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