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Old April 19th, 2009, 05:08 PM   #10
Rich Larkin
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Hi Filiberto,

Thanks for that tip. It was staring me in the face. We look, but we don't see. I see what you mean about the translation being something of an adventure. A selection from one of the articles will illustrate the point.

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Such a diverse group of carpets from Anatolia can boast the few European museums. These represent the centers: Giordes, Uszak, Kula, molasses, Ladik, Konja, Mudżur, et al.
There are few carpets as rare as the coveted "molasses."

What really registers, of course, is that one wants to see this collection.

Rich Larkin
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