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    Ediciones Vigía books in art and cultural history
    Felix convivum: platters and transformations of dining behavior in the Roman world
    From loom to laundry: cloth finishers in the Roman city
    Herakles iconography on Tyrrhenian Amphorae
    Identity through style: the transatlantic dissemination of Anglican and Episcopalian neo-Gothic church architecture
    The impression of humor: Mary Cassatt and her rendering of wit
    Judged by their covers: Robert Harrison's girlie magazines, 1941-1955
    Late Roman ceramics from the Panayia Field, Corinth (late 4th to 7th C.): the long-distance, regional and local wares in their economic, social and historical contexts
    The lives of Saint Catherine of Alexandria in French stained glass
    Marketing modernism to the maitresse de maison: art nouveau and the female consumer
    The military vici of Noricum
    Money, power, and gender: evidence for influential women represented on inscribed bases and sculpture on Kos
    The new portrait Deguise : social identity of the Bourgeoisie in eighteenth-century France : select works by Jean-Marc Nattier
    Painting the wine-dark sea: traveling Aegean fresco artists in the Middle and late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean
    Pieces of the sun: amber in Mycenaean economy and society
    The practice of piety and virtual pilgrimage at St. Katherine's Convent in Augsburg
    Praesentia et potentia in the Cubiculum Leonis in the catacomb of Commodilla, Rome: late ancient martyr cult in a late Roman's tomb
    Regional variation in protopalatial Crete?: a comparison of Minoan domestic and funerary architecture in Eastern and Central Crete
    Road work ahead: the transformation of the colonnaded street in sixth and early seventh century Palestine and Arabia
    Roman Egypt: change amid continuity in the art and architecture of an Eastern Imperial Province