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Dumbarton Oaks Studies 31

Miniature Painting in the Armenian Kingdom of Cilicia from the Twelfth to the Fourteenth Century

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ISBN 9780884022022

Publication Date: 01/01/1993

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620 pages

666 black and white illustrations

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  • Volume I
    • List of Abbreviations
    • Transliteration System
    • Preface [Robert W. Thomson]
    • Introduction [Annemarie Weyl Carr]
    • I. The Twelfth Century: Drazark, Hromkla, and Skevra
    • II. The Thirteenth Century
      • A. Painters of the First Half of the Century: Various Scriptoria
      • B. T’oros Roslin
    • III. The Thirteenth Century: The Scriptorium of Grner and Related Manuscripts
    • IV. The Thirteenth Century: The Royal and Princely Manuscripts
    • V. The Late Thirteenth to the Fourteenth Century and Sargis Pidsak
    • VI. Portraits
    • Appendix I. Jerusalem, Armenian Patriarchate 2563, Gospels, A.D. 1272. Marginal Miniatures
    • Appendix II. Erevan, Matenadaran 979, Lectionary, A.D. 1286. Marginal Miniatures
    • Appendix III. Erevan, Matenadaran 7651, Gospels of the Thirteenth Century and A.D. 1320
    • Bibliography
    • Indices
      • General Index
      • Index of Manuscripts Cited
      • Iconographic Index
  • Volume II
    • List of Illustrations
    • Illustrations

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