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Dumbarton Oaks Papers, 73

Edited by Joel Kalvesmaki

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$125.00 • £100.95 • €112.50

ISBN 9780884024637

Publication Date: 05/05/2020


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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: Walter E. Kaegi, “Irfan Shahîd (1926–2016)”; Daniel Galadza, “Robert F. Taft, S.J. (1932–2018)”; Sylvain Destephen, “From Mobile Center to Constantinople”; Dina Boero, “Making a Manuscript, Making a Cult”; Alexandre M. Roberts, “Framing a Middle Byzantine Alchemical Codex”; Lilia Campana, “Sailing into Union”; Hugh G. Jeffery, “New Lead Seals from Aphrodisias”; Maria G. Parani, “Curtains in the Middle and Late Byzantine House”; Kostis Kourelis, “Wool and Rubble Walls”; Kathrin Colburn, “Loops, Tabs, and Reinforced Edges”; Eunice Dauterman Maguire, “Curtains at the Threshold”; Sabine Schrenk, “The Background of the Enthroned”; Jennifer L. Ball, “Rich Interiors”; Maria Evangelatou, “Textile Mediation in Late Byzantine Visual Culture”; Thelma K. Thomas, “The Honorific Mantle as Furnishing for the Household Memory Theater in Late Antiquity”; Avinoam Shalem, “‘The Nation Has Put On Garments of Blood’”; and Elizabeth Dospěl Williams, “A Taste for Textiles.”

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