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Nr 1(8) (2015): Symbole

Ostentatio genitalium, czyli seksualność Chrystusa jako dowód Wcielenia: Leo Steinberg, “Seksualność Chrystusa. Zapomniany temat sztuki renesansowej”

  • Kamil Kopania
23 czerwca 2020


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