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Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 63

Edited by Alice-Mary Talbot

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$125.00 • £100.95 • €112.50

ISBN 9780884023579

Publication Date: 05/16/2011

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350 pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

124 halftones

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  • In Memoriam: Angeliki E. Laiou, 6 April 1941 – 11 December 2008
  • War and Diplomacy in Pannonia and the Northwest Balkans during the Reign of Justinian: The Gepid Threat and Imperial Responses [Alexander Sarantis]
  • Images of Motherhood and Self in Byzantine Literature [Peter Hatlie]
  • Liturgy and the Illustration of the Ninth-Century Marginal Psalters [Maria Evangelatou]
  • Ivories as Pilgrimage Art: A New Frame for the ‘Frame Group’ [Henry Maguire]
  • Tombs and Burials in the Monastery tou Libos in Constantinople [Vasileios Marinis]
  • Fieldwork Reports
    • Second Report on the Excavation in the Monastery of Apa Shenute (Dayr Anba Shinuda) at Suhag [Peter Grossman, Darlene L. Brooks Hedstrom, and Saad Mohamad Mohamad Osman, with a contribution by Hans-Christoph Noeske]
    • To Live and Die in a Turbulent Era: Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Early Byzantine (6th–7th Centuries AD) Population from Sourtara Galaniou Kozanis (Northern Greece) [Chryssi Bourbou]
    • Study and Restoration of the Zeyrek Camii in Istanbul: Second Report, 2001–2005 [Robert Ousterhout, Zeynep Ahunbay, and Metin Ahunbay]
  • “Trade and Markets in Byzantium”: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 2–4 May 2008
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