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Cover Download Save. Title Page, Copyright Download Save. Contents pp. Preface pp. Acknowledgments pp. Introduction: Between Art and Artifact pp. A Wood-Carving Community pp.
Family Photo pp. Crafting the Past in the Present pp. Views from the Pyramid pp. Replicating Authenticity, Authenticating Replicas pp.
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