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A Byzantine Settlement in Cappadocia

Revised Edition

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$50.00 • £40.95 • €45.00

ISBN 9780884023708

Publication Date: 01/02/2012


504 pages

6-7/8 x 10 inches

19 color photographs, 175 photographs, 90 black-and-white illustrations, 10 maps, 4 tables

Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection > Dumbarton Oaks Studies


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The following is the Table of Contents of the original edition (2005).

  • List of Color Plates
  • List of Illustrations
  • List of Text Figures
  • Abbreviations
  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • I. The Church of the Çanlı Kilise
    • 1. The Architecture
    • 2. The Fresco Decoration
    • 3. Conclusions to Part I
  • II. The Settlement at the Çanlı Kilise
    • 4. The Settlement
    • 5. Outlying Settlements
    • 6. Wall Painting
    • 7. Residential Architecture
    • 8. Churches and Chapels
    • 9. Conclusions to Part II
  • Appendices
    • 1. Architectural Sculpture and Disjecta Membra
    • 2. Dendrochronology by Peter Ian Kuniholm
    • 3. Pigment Analysis by Sarah Wisseman et al.
    • 4. Ceramics
    • 5. Numismatic Evidence by Robert Ousterhout et al.
    • 6. The 1994 Salvage Excavation
  • Bibliography
  • Plates
  • Illustrations
  • Index

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