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In-text: (Elsner, 1999)
Your Bibliography: Elsner, J., 1999. Imperial Rome and Christian Triumph. 1st ed. Oxford: Oxford History of Art, pp.206, 213.
In-text: (Elsner, 2010)
Your Bibliography: Elsner, J., 2010. Life, Death and Representation: Some New Work on Roman Sarcophagi. 1st ed. Berlin, p.360.
In-text: (Finegan, 1946)
Your Bibliography: Finegan, J., 1946. Light from the Ancient Past, Vol.1. 1st ed. Princeton: Princeton University Press, p.382.
In-text: (James, 2017)
Your Bibliography: James, L., 2017. Mosaics in the Medieval World: From Late Antiquity to the Fifteenth Century. 1st ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, p.180.
In-text: (Lamberton, 1911)
Your Bibliography: Lamberton, C., 1911. The Development of Christian Symbolism as Illustrated in Roman Catacomb Painting. American Journal of Archaeology, 15, p.508.
In-text: (Stanley, 1994)
Your Bibliography: Stanley, D., 1994. New Discoveries at Santa Constanza. Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 48, pp.260-261.
In-text: (Toynbee, 1996)
Your Bibliography: Toynbee, J., 1996. Death and burial in the Roman World. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press.
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