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There are currently 21 references in this directory beginning with the letter G.
GAIFMAN, M. 2017.
Aniconism: definitions, examples and comparative perspectives. Religion, 47, 335-352.
GAIMSTER, M. 1992.
Scandinavian Gold Bracteates in Britain. Money and Media in the Dark Ages. Medieval Archaeology, 36, 1-28.
GALLI, M. 2011.
Hellenistic Court Imagery in the Early Buddhist Art of Gandhara. Ancient Civilizations from Scythia to Siberia. 17, 279.
GAMESON, R. (ed.). 1999.
Saint Augustine and the Conversion of England. Stroud: Sutton Publishing Ltd.
GEARY, P. 1986.
Sacred commodities: the circulation of medieval relics. In: APPADURAI, A. (ed.) The Social Life of Things: Commodities in Cultural Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
GEARY, P. J. 1978.
Furta Sacra: Thefts of Relics in the Central Middle Ages - Revised Edition, Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press.
GEERTZ, C. 1966.
Religion as a cultural system. In M. Banton (ed). Anthropological Approaches to the Study of Religion, London: Routledge.
GELICHI, S., HODGES, R., INTERNATIONAL CONFERECE COMACCHIO, T.-T. M. & SEMINARIO INTERNAZIONALE COMACCHIO, M. 2012.
From one sea to another : trading places in the European and Mediterranean Early Middle ages : proceedings of the International Conference Comacchio, 27th-29th March 2009, Turnhout, Brepols.
GELLERT, C. A. 2018.
From the earthly to the celestial: material culture and funerary practice at Japan’s sixth-century Fujinoki kofun. Phd, Berkeley: University of California.
GIBSON, A. 2015.
Anglo-Saxon 'work boxes' and the Burwell Grave 42 Box, Christian or Pagan? Proceedings of the Cambridge Antiquarian Society CIV pp, 149, 160.
GILCHRIST, R. 2020.
Sacred Heritage: Monastic Archaeology, Identities, Beliefs, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press.
GLOVER, L. L. 2019.
The trade, exchange and manufacture of stone ornaments in Korea and Japan ca. 250-700CE, PhD, The University of Wisconsin-Madison.
GOMBRICH, R. F. 2005.
How Buddhism Began: The Conditioned Genesis of the Early Teachings, London: Taylor & Francis.
GRAYSON, J. H. 1996.
Female Mountain Spirits in Korea: A Neglected Tradition. Asian Folklore Studies, 55, 119-134.
GREEN, C. & GILCHRIST, R. 2015.
Glastonbury Abbey: archaeological excavations 1904-1979, London: Society of Antiquaries of London.
GREEN, C. 2016.
Camels in early medieval western Europe: beasts of burden & tools of ritual humiliation [Online]. Available: https://www.caitlingreen.org/2016/05/camels-in-early-medieval-western-europe.html [Accessed 1 March 2022].