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on the postal address label used to send your Journal or can be requested from website. This will also be the first issue with colour illustrations. These include a hitherto unpublished photographic record compiled by Aleksandra Koutny-Jones, of "Dance of Death" themed stucco decorations in the Olesnicki Funerary Chapel in Tarlow parish church (Poland). Further colour images document archaeological discoveries at S. Maria Antiqua in Rome, discussed by Per Olav Folgero in his Note on the Adoration of the Crucified fresco in that church. We have also included some colour images to illustrate the manuscripts discussed by Julian Luxford in his article about a miniature in Eton College MS 213 and its derivation from a drawing by Matthew Paris.
Number of pages: 272
Date of publication: 01/02/2010
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