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Ambiguities in terminology and taxonomy as factors in the marginalization of architectural styles: the Case of Orientalism

Davy Depelchin (UGent)
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Taxonomy and Terminology in the Arts, Orientalism, Architectural History

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Depelchin, Davy. “Ambiguities in Terminology and Taxonomy as Factors in the Marginalization of Architectural Styles: The Case of Orientalism.” ABE JOURNAL 1 (2012): n. pag. Print.
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Depelchin, D. (2012). Ambiguities in terminology and taxonomy as factors in the marginalization of architectural styles: the Case of Orientalism. ABE JOURNAL, 1.
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Depelchin, Davy. 2012. “Ambiguities in Terminology and Taxonomy as Factors in the Marginalization of Architectural Styles: The Case of Orientalism.” Abe Journal 1.
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Depelchin, Davy. 2012. “Ambiguities in Terminology and Taxonomy as Factors in the Marginalization of Architectural Styles: The Case of Orientalism.” Abe Journal 1.
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Depelchin D. Ambiguities in terminology and taxonomy as factors in the marginalization of architectural styles: the Case of Orientalism. ABE JOURNAL. 2012;1.
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D. Depelchin, “Ambiguities in terminology and taxonomy as factors in the marginalization of architectural styles: the Case of Orientalism,” ABE JOURNAL, vol. 1, 2012.
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