DUMBARTON OAKS PAPERS
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Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 72

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$125.00 • £100.95 • €112.50

ISBN 9780884024378

Publication Date: 03/11/2019

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Published annually, the journal Dumbarton Oaks Papers was founded in 1941 for the publication of articles relating to Byzantine civilization.

In this issue: Audrey Becker, “Verbal and Nonverbal Diplomatic Communication at the Imperial Court of Constantinople (fifth–sixth Centuries)”; Alexandra Wassiliou-Seibt and Andreas Gkoutzioukostas, “The Origin and the Members of the Kamytzes Family: A Contribution to Byzantine Prosopography”; Michael Zellmann-Rohrer, “‘Psalms Useful for Everything’: Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Manuals for the Amuletic Use of the Psalter”; Raymond Van Dam, “Eastern Aristocracies and Imperial Courts: Constantine’s Half-Brother, Licinius’s Prefect, and Egyptian Grain”; Daniel Caner, “Not a Hospital but a Leprosarium: Basil’s Basilias and an Early Byzantine Concept of the Deserving Poor”; Paul Botley, “Greek Literature in Exile: The Books of Andronicus Callistus, 1475–1476”; Aude Busine, “The Dux and the Nun: Hagiography and the Cult of Artemios and Febronia in Constantinople”; Benjamin Garstad, “Dionysiac and Christian Elements in the Lysos Episode in the Greek Alexander Romance (β rec.).”

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