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Jeweller's Art of the Ancient Bierestje of the XI - XIV Centuries. Skills and simbolics

Jeweller's Art of the Ancient Bierestje of the XI - XIV Centuries. Skills and simbolics

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A. Rosinsksaya
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Craffsmen of the jewelry of Bierestje of XI - XIV not only shaped the material in the form defined before; they also expressed the collective thoughts of their epoch in the created images, which were full of hidden meaning and concealed sense.

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Place/Country: Belarus
Type: Educational
Credits: A. Rosinsksaya, director. UNESCO Moscow, producer. Brest Regional Museum, co-producer ; Bielorussian State Institute for Culture Problems, co-producer.
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