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Book Number   000306554
ISBN   Link9786185060275
  Link9789603864066
Title   LinkCrete :. Emerging cities. Aptera, Eleutherna, Knossos / [Edited by Professor Nikolaos C. Stampolidis, Dr Eleni Papadopoulou, Ioulia G. Lourentzatou, Dr Ioannis D. Fappas. Translator Dr Maria Xanthopoulou].
Imprint   LinkAthens : Museum of Cycladic Art, Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports, 2019.
Descr.   x, 401 [7] pages : coloured illustrations and plates ; 30 cm.
Language   eng gre
Gen. note   The book was published on the occasion of the exhibition of the same name, organised by the Museum of Cycladic Art and the Ministry of Culture and Sports, in collaboration with the Archaelogical Museum of Herakleion and the University of Crete - Museum of ancient Eleutherna Study Centre, and presented at the Museum of Cycladic Art from 12 December 2018 to 30 April 2019
Bibliogr.   Including bibliographical references
Subject - Lib.Cong.   LinkCrete (Greece) -- Antiquities -- Catalogs
  LinkEleutherna (Extinct city) -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions
  LinkKnossos (Extinct city) -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions
  LinkPalaikastro Site (Greece) -- Antiquities -- Exhibitions
Add.Entry   LinkΣταμπολίδης, Νικόλαος Χρ. editor
  LinkΠαπαδοπούλου, Ελένη editor
  LinkΛουρεντζάτου, Ιούλια Γ. editor
  LinkΦάππας, Ιωάννης Δ. editor
  LinkΞανθοπούλου, Μαρία translator
 
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