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Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 67

Edited by Margaret Mullett

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$125.00 • £100.95 • €112.50

ISBN 9780884023937

Publication Date: 02/24/2014

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332 pages

8-1/2 x 11 inches

72 color illustrations, 16 black and while illustrations, 4 tables

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  • The Canon Tables of the Psalms: An Unknown Work of Eusebius of Caesarea [Martin Wallraff]
  • Histoires “gothiques” à Byzance: Le saint, le soldat et le Miracle d’Euphémie et du Goth (BHG 739) [Charis Messis and Stratis Papaioannou]
  • Reassessing the Sarcophagi of Ravenna [Edward M. Schoolman]
  • Sources for the Study of Liturgy in Post-Byzantine Jerusalem (638&dnash;1187 CE) [Daniel Galadza]
  • (Re)Mapping Medieval Antioch: Urban Transformations from the Early Islamic to the Middle Byzantine Periods [A. Asa Eger]
  • Melkites and Icon Worship during the Iconoclastic Period [Juan Signes Codoñer]
  • The Anzas Family: Members of the Byzantine Civil Establishment in the Eleventh, Twelfth, and Thirteenth Centuries [John Nesbitt and Werner Seibt]
  • Viewing and Description in Hysmine and Hysminias: The Fresco of the Virtues [Paroma Chatterjee]
  • The Documents of Dominicus Grimani, Notary in Candia (1356–1357) [Nicky Tsougarakis]
  • Fieldwork Report: The Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus in Kaftūn (Northern Lebanon) and Its Wall Paintings (Preliminary Report 2009–2010) [Tomasz Waliszewski, Krzysztof Chmielewski, Mat Immerzeel, and Nada Hélou]
  • “Rome Re-Imagined: Byzantine and Early Islamic Africa, ca. 500–800”: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 27–29 April 2012
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