THE MEDIEVAL SALENTO: Art and Identity in Southern Italy
Drawing from art history, archeology, anthropology, and ethnohistory to reconstruct medieval Salentine customs of naming, language, appearance, and status--Safran, a Research Fellow at the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, reveals how ethnic and religious identities can remain distinct even as they mingle to become a regional culture. Illus.
Size: 7¼x10¼ inches
Item #: 2786087
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