The Dragon in Medieval East Christian and Islamic Art

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This book is part of a much longer and comprehensive study on which Dr Kuehn has been laboring for over a decade and whose aim is to trace the iconography of the composite mythical creature known as the serpent-dragon from the mists of antiquity to the late middle ages.

Maggi Carstairs

This is a informative and intensely detailed study and research on the dragon in art.Everything you wanted to know about dragons is here...Thank you


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