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Catalogue of Byzantine Seals at Dumbarton Oaks and in the Fogg Museum of Art, 2: South of the Balkans, the Islands, South of Asia Minor

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ISBN 9780884022268

Publication Date: 01/01/1994

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  • Abbreviations of Works Cited
  • Critical Signs and General Abbreviations
  • I. The West Coast of Greece
    • 1. Cephalonia
    • 2. Nikopolis
    • 3. Bela
    • 4. Bonditza
    • 5. Corfou
    • 6. Naupaktos
    • 7. Spartari
  • II. The East Coast of Greece
    • 8. Hellas
    • 9. Athens
    • 10. Bichetai
    • 11. Daphni
    • 12. Demetrias
    • 13. Euboia
    • 14. Euripos
    • 15. Grebenon
    • 16. Kea
    • 17. Larissa
    • 18. Neai Patrai
    • 19. Oreos
    • 20. Steirion
    • 21. Thebes
  • III. The Peloponnesos
    • 22. The Peloponnesos
    • 23. Achaïa
    • 24. Argos
    • 25. Corinth
    • 26. Helos
    • 27. Kerminitza
    • 28. Korone
    • 29. Lakedaimonia
    • 30. Methone
    • 31. Monembasia
    • 32. Moreas
    • 33. Olenos
    • 34. Patras
    • 35. Troizen
  • IV. The Islands of the Mediterranean
    • 36. Crete
    • 37. Arkadia
    • 38. Cyprus
    • 39. Paphos
  • V. The Aegean Islands and Their Naval Themes
    • 40. Aigaion Pelagos
    • 41. Chios
    • 42. Cyclades
    • 43. Nesoi
    • 44. Samos
    • 45. Andros
    • 46. Bolissos
    • 47. Ikaria
    • 48. Karpathos
    • 49. Kos
    • 50. Lemnos
    • 51. Lesbos/Mytilene
    • 52. Methymna
    • 53. Paros
    • 54. Rhodes
    • 55. Skopelos
    • 56. Skyros
    • 57. Tenos
  • VI. The South of Asia Minor
    • 58. Karabisianoi
    • 59. Kibyrraiotai
    • 60. Alabanda
    • 61. Amazon/Mizon
    • 62. Andida
    • 63. Aspendos
    • 64. Attaleia
    • 65. Chersonesos
    • 66. Karia/Stauroupolis
    • 67. Keramos
    • 68. Kibyrra
    • 69. Lykia
    • 70. Mardaïtai
    • 71. Mylasa
    • 72. Myra
    • 73. Pamphylia
    • 74. Perbaina
    • 75. Perge
    • 76. Psychron
    • 77. Selge
    • 78. Side
    • 79. Sindos/Isindos
    • 80. Strobilos
    • 81. Tlos
  • Index of Proper Names and Terms
  • Index of Iconography
  • Vocabulary
  • Metrical Inscriptions
  • List of Seals Published
  • Table of the Usual Forms of Cruciform Invocative Monograms
  • Glossary

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