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Greece, ancientlocked

  • Thomas Braun,
  • Christopher G. Simon,
  • David W. J. Gill,
  • Alison Burford,
  • Anastasia N. Dinsmoor,
  • William B. Dinsmoor jr,
  • I. Leventi,
  • Georges Roux,
  • Margaret Lyttleton,
  • Thomas Noble Howe,
  • J. J. Coulton,
  • Frederick Cooper,
  • F. E. Winter,
  • Barbara Tsakirgis,
  • Lothar Haselberger,
  • Marie-Christine Hellmann,
  • John Onians,
  • R. A. Tomlinson,
  • Darice Birge,
  • Wolfram Hoepfner,
  • Reinhard Stupperich,
  • Kalinka Huber,
  • Susan Woodford,
  • Andrew F. Stewart,
  • Sheila Adam,
  • Carol C. Mattusch,
  • Olga Palagia,
  • Jane Burr Carter,
  • Jeffrey M. Hurwit,
  • Gregory V. Leftwich,
  • Elizabeth Bartman,
  • Ann Thomas Wilkins,
  • B. A. Sparkes,
  • Tom Rasmussen,
  • Joseph Veach Noble,
  • Alan Johnston,
  • Henry R. Immerwahr,
  • Nicolas Coldstream,
  • Robert Cook,
  • Mary Blomberg,
  • Maria Pipili,
  • Elizabeth Moignard,
  • J. M. Hemelrijk,
  • John H. Oakley,
  • Pascal Leblond,
  • Ian McPhee,
  • Irma Wehgartner,
  • Susan I. Rotroff,
  • Nancy Thomson de Grummond,
  • V. von Graeve,
  • Paolo Moreno,
  • Martin Robertson,
  • Jaimee Uhlenbrock,
  • A. M. Snodgrass,
  • Ian Carradice,
  • Virginia Webb,
  • Stephan Steingräber,
  • David Whitehouse,
  • Reynold Higgins,
  • Imma Kilian-Dirlmeier,
  • Donald M. Bailey,
  • Nancy L. Klein,
  • Anne Pearson,
  • Alexandra Bounia
  •  and Thomas Mannack

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Enciclopedia universale dell’arte, 15 vols (Rome, 1958–67); Eng. trans. as Encyclopedia of World Art (New York, 1959–68)