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Catalogue of the Byzantine and Early Mediaeval Antiquities in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection, 3: Ivories and Steatites

  • List of Comparative Material
  • List of Illustrations in the Text
  • Abbreviations
  • Classical and Late Classical Ivories
    • 1. Isis Cult Scene (Pl. I)
    • 2. Maenad (Pl. II)
    • 3. Criophore (Pl. III)
    • 4. Mounted Hunter (Pl. III)
    • 5. Orpheus as Good Shepherd (Pl. IV)
    • 6. Hermaphrodite (Pl. VII)
    • 7. Knife Handle with Dionysos (?) (Pl. VI)
    • 8. Statuette of Ares (?) (Pl. XI)
    • 9. Medicine Box with Dionysos and Tyche (Pls. VIII–X, Color Plate 1)
    • 10. Medicine Box with Hygieia (Pl. X)
    • 11. Scribe (notarius) (Pl. XII)
    • 12. Dancing Maenad (Pl. XII)
    • 13. Pin Head (Pl. XIII)
    • 14. Pin Head (Pl. XIII)
    • 15. Hairpin (Aphrodite) (Pl. XIII)
    • 16. Hunting Scene (Pl. XIII)
    • 17. Consular Diptych of Philoxenus (Pls. XIV–XV)
  • Early Christian Ivories
    • 18. Pyxis with Old Testament Scenes, from Moggio (Pls. XVI–XVII, Color Plate 2)
    • 19. Flask (Pl. XVIII)
    • 20. The Nativity (Pls. XIX–XX, Color Plate 3)
  • Middle and Late Byzantine Ivories
    • 21. The Incredulity of Thomas (Pls. XXII–XXIII, Color Plate 4)
    • 22. Standing Warrior from a Casket (Pl. XXII)
    • 23. Rosette Casket with Warriors, Dionysiac Figures, and Animals (Pls. XXV–XXXI)
    • 24. Plaque with Crux Gemmata and Emperor Medallion (Pls. XXXII and XXXIV)
    • 25. The Emperor Constantine (Pl. XXXVI, Color Plate 5)
    • 26. The Hodegetria between John the Baptist and St. Basil (Pls. XXXVII and XXXIX–XL, Color Plate 6)
    • 27. The Descent from the Cross (Pl. XLI, Color Plate 7)
    • 28. Half-Figure of the Hodegetria (Pl. XLII)
    • 29. The Koimesis (Pl. XLIII)
    • 30. Rosette Casket with Deesis, Apostles, and Saints (Pls. XLIV–XLIX)
    • 31. Pyxis with the Cantacuzene Family (Pls. LII–LIII)
  • Western Mediaeval Ivories
    • 32. Christ in Majesty from the Shrine of St. Aemilianus (Pls. LV–LIX, Color Plate 8)
    • 33. Chessman (Pls. LX–LXI)
    • 34. Portable Altar from Melk (Pls. LXII–LXVI)
  • Steatites
    • 35. St. George and St. Theodore (Pl. LXVII)
    • 36. Head of a Saint (Pl. LXVII)
    • 37. St. Nicholas (Pl. LXVIII)
    • 38. Bust of St. George (Pl. LXVIII)
    • 39. Ascension (Pl. LXVIII)
  • Appendix
    • 40. Archangel Gabriel (Pl. LXXI)
    • 41. Cross (Pl. LXXII)
    • 42. Rinceaux with Animals (Pl. LXXII)

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