Animal Iconographies: Metaphor, Meaning and Identity (or Why Chinese Dragons Don’t Have Wings)

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Aldhouse Green M., (2001) “Animal Iconographies: Metaphor, Meaning and Identity (or Why Chinese Dragons Don’t Have Wings)”, Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal 0(2000). p.80-93. doi: https://doi.org/10.16995/TRAC2000_80_93

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Miranda J. Aldhouse Green (SCARAB Research Centre, University of Wales College, Newport, Caerleon Campus, Neewport, NP18 3YG)

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