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Publications

The Royal Institute for Cultural Heritage publishes its specialised journal, the Bulletin, the prestigious collection Scientia Artis, and three series devoted to the Flemish Primitives: the Corpus, the Repertoire and the Contributions.

You too can publish your article in the journal! Articles should be submitted by 1 December 2024.

A total of 136 publications found. Showing 136 items on page 2 of 23.
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Ornamenta Sacra

R. Dekoninck, M.-C. Claes & B. Baert (eds) (2022)
€ 160
Art & Religion
13
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Ancient Textile Production from an Interdisciplinary Perspective

A. Ulanowska, K. Grömer, I. Vanden Berghe & M. Öhrman (ed.) (2022)
€ 106,99 (ebook) & € 137,79 (hardcover)
Interdisciplinary Contributions to Archaeology (IDCA)
1
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The Stained Glass of Herkenrode Abbey

I. Lecocq & Y. Vanden Bemden (2021)
£160.00
Corpus Vitrearum. Great Britain
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Robert Campin, Roger de le Pasture (Rogier van der Weyden), Jacques Daret

P. Rolland (transcription and edition by J.-L. Pypaert & D. Deneffe) (2021)
Free
Contributions
17
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PF CONTRIB 16

The Ghent Altarpiece

G. Steyaert, M. Postec, J. Sanyova & H. Dubois (2021)
€ 58
Contributions
16
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Bulletin36 web

Bulletin 36 | 2019-2020

ISSN 0085-1892, 2021
€ 45
Bulletin
36
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