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Publication Date: 03/06/2017


  • Why Sight Is Not Touch: Reconsidering the Tactility of Vision in Byzantium [Roland Betancourt]
  • Gregory Thaumaturgus: A Platonic Lawgiver [Byron MacDougall]
  • ‘The Stone the Builders Rejected’: Liturgical and Exegetical Irrelevancies in the Piacenza Pilgrim [Scott Fitzgerald Johnson]
  • The Architecture of the Red Monastery Church (Dayr Anbā Bišūy) in Egypt: An Evolving Anatomy [Nicholas Warner]
  • George H. Forsyth and the Sacred Fortress at Sinai [Ilene H. Forsyth with Elizabeth Sears]
  • Classical Traces of Metamorphosis in the Byzantine Hystera Formula [Heta Björklund]
  • ‘These Are the Only Four Seas’: The World Map of Bologna, University Library, Codex 3632 [Anne-Laurence Caudano]
  • Les voix littéraires des eunuques: Genre et identité du soi à Byzance [Charis Messis]
  • Reinventing Lucian in Byzantium [Przemysław Marciniak]
  • Audiences and Emotions in Eustathios of Thessalonike’s Commentaries on Homer [Aglae Pizzone]
  • All the Emperor’s Men (and His Nephews): Paideia and Networking Strategies at the Court of Andronikos II Palaiologos, 1290–1320 [Niels Gaul]
  • Constantinople and the Coup d’État in Palaiologan Byzantium [Christopher Wright]
  • A Newly Acquired Gospel Manuscript at Dumbarton Oaks (DO MS 5): Codicological and Paleographic Description and Analysis [Nadezhda Kavrus-Hoffmann]
  • “The Holy Apostles”: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 24–26 April 2015
  • Abbreviations
  • Dumbarton Oaks Papers 61–70 (2007–2016)
    • Index of Authors and Titles
    • Index of Titles by Subject

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