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coins of Norman SicilyEdit

Hello.

May I please have permission to use your wonderful photographs of coins from Norman Sicily in my book on the material culture of Norman Sicily? Thank you very much.

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Thank you for your quick response! This whole copyright thing drives me nuts. So, you are telling me that I may use the photographs of the coins as long as I attribute each one to Classical Numismatic Group? And it's OK to use them that way in a published book?

Nancy

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Categorie politiciEdit

Ciao Carlo, ricordati di categorizzarli come Male politicians of Italy --Caulfield (talk) 15:52, 10 May 2019 (UTC)


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