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MILAN GOLOB - The Twelfth Century and Early Renaissance
Natalija AD29CA2E
2010; graphite, charcoal, eraser on paper, 21×15 cm





The Twelfth Century and Early Renaissance

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- Williams Glanmore; The Celts and the Renaissance, 1990.

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The Twelfth Century and Early Renaissance