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Debates over sacred images in the Byzantine Empire show why it's hard to appease any side

By Paroma Chatterjee, Associate Professor of History of Art, University of Michigan
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Fierce debates about visual depictions of the sacred have existed for centuries. An art historian explains the controversies in the Byzantine Empire over images of Christ.The Conversation

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