Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1994. First paperback. Softcover. VG, clean, tight contents; some rubbing to covers; spine unbroken; former owner's name/date on ffep (classics professor). Black/color-illus. wraps with beige lettering. xxiv + 148 pp. followed by 111 bw illus. Maquire examines the influrence of several literary genres and rhetorical techniques on the art of narration in Byzantium. Using provacative material previously unfamiliar to art historians, he concentrates on religious art from A.D. 843 to 1453. (Inventory #: 156311)
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