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Opinions on the meaning of the reused objects known as spolia range from Michael Greenhalgh's position that in 95% of cases, reuse was purely pragmatic to Maria Fabricius Hansen's claim that the spolia in fourth-century church colonnades represented a Christian worldview in which spolia were potent metaphors of a new world order. Studies of twelfth-century Rome have tended to interpret the use of spolia as an expression of papal ideology and the spirit of the twelfth-century renovatio. Thisdoi:10.1484/j.ham.1.102278 fatcat:nigfcdrtmzhzxckrbyhww2ub4m