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“Large Scale Building Techniques in Ilkhanid Iran”
by Marco G. Brambilla
The following paper was first presented on 30 March-1 April 2012 at the
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Architecture and Construction in the Pre-Modern World
at the University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia)