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  • n. Plural form of cephalophore.


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  • In bearing such a load-that is, in being narratively and visually represented as having done so-he joins the company of saints known as cephalophores: the head carriers.

    Guernica Magazine

  • I want the cephalophores and their ilk to fulfill the promise of their unsettling portraits and tell me something impertinent.

    Guernica Magazine


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