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قوافل الذهب ، شظايا في الزمن

فن وثقافة وتبادل عبر صحراء إفريقيا الكبرى خلال العصور الوسطى


منشورات المعرض

يكون المعرض مصحوباً بنشرة بحثية علمية يتم نشرها بالاشتراك مع متحف بلوك ودار نشر جامعة برينستون. الكتاب قوافل من ذهب، شذرات من التاريخ: فن ثقافة وتبادل عبر صحراء أفريقيا الكبرى خلال العصور الوسطى يستند إلى أحدث الاكتشافات الأثرية والأبحاث التاريخية الفنية لإلقاء نظرة دامغة على التبادل عبر الصحراء في العصور الوسطى وإرثها. يُقدم المساهمون من مختلف التخصصات دراسات حالة تُشكّل صورة غنية عن حقبة زمنية بعيدة.

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