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While acknowledging that images may often have had religious or ritual functions, Aldhouse Green examines a wide range of other issues, from gender and identity to foreignness, enmity, and captivity, as well as the significance of the materials used to make the images. The result is a comprehensive survey of the multifarious functions and experiences of images in the communities that produced and consumed them.

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