Thursday 11 August 2022
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Jesus (right) on the Emmaus road: a Romanesque relief in the monastery of Santo Domingo de Silos, Burgos, in Spain: one of many pictures in a lavish popular volume prepared by specialists with Fr Michael Collins as editor-in-chief: The Illustrated Bible: Retold and explained from the creation to the resurrection (DK, £30 (£27); 978-1-4053-9138-2)
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