DUMBARTON OAKS BYZANTINE SYMPOSIA AND COLLOQUIA
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The Holy Apostles

A Lost Monument, a Forgotten Project, and the Presentness of the Past

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Publication Date: 06/02/2020

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8-1/2 x 11 inches

25 photos, 76 color photos, 50 illus., 8 color illus., 1 map, 2 tables

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  • Acknowledgments
    • 1. Introduction: Symposium, Project, Monument [Margaret Mullett]
  • I. Dumbarton Oaks
    • 2. The 1948 Holy Apostles Symposium and Collaborative Research at Dumbarton Oaks [James N. Carder]
    • 3. The Holy Apostles in Constantinople and Washington, DC: The Projects of Albert Mathias Friend, Jr., and Paul Underwood [Robert S. Nelson]
  • II. Memory
    • 4. Apostolic Patterns of Thought, From Early Christianity to Early Byzantium [Scott Fitzgerald Johnson]
    • 5. Apostolic Succession and Byzantine Theology [George E. Demacopoulos]
  • III. Foundations
    • 6. Constantine’s Apostoleion: A Reappraisal [Mark J. Johnson]
    • 7. Justinian’s Church of the Holy Apostles: A New Reconstruction Proposal [Nikolaos Karydis]
    • 8. Around and about the Holy Apostles in Constantinople [Paul Magdalino]
  • IV. Ekphraseis
    • 9. Constantine the Rhodian’s Ekphrasis in Its Contemporary Milieu [Floris Bernard]
    • 10. Creating the Mosaics of the Holy Apostles [Liz James]
    • 11. The Logos of Nicholas Mesarites [Ruth Macrides]
    • 12. Inside and Outside the Holy Apostles with Nicholas Mesarites [Henry Maguire]
  • V. Legacies
    • 13. The Church of the Holy Apostles and Its Place in Later Byzantine Architecture [Robert G. Ousterhout]
    • 14. Gennadios Scholarios and the Patriarchate: A Reluctant Patriarch on the “Unhappy Throne” [Nevra Necipoğlu]
    • 15. From the Founder of Constantinople to the Founder of Istanbul: Mehmed the Conqueror, Fatih Camii, and the Church of the Holy Apostles [Julian Raby]
    • Concluding Remarks [Robert G. Ousterhout]
  • Appendixes
    • Introduction [Fani Gargova]
    • A. The Underwood Drawings
    • B. Selected Pages from Albert Mathias Friend, Jr.’s Notebooks
    • C. Translation of Constantine the Rhodian’s Poem [Glanville Downey]
    • D. Paul Underwood, “The Architecture of Justinian’s Church of the Holy Apostles, 1”
    • E. Paul Underwood, “The Architecture of Justinian’s Church of the Holy Apostles, 2”
    • F. Albert Mathias Friend, Jr., “The Mosaics of Basil I in the Holy Apostles, Part I”
    • G. Albert Mathias Friend, Jr., “The Mosaics of Basil I in the Holy Apostles, Part II”
    • H. Letter from Sirarpie Der Nersessian to Albert Mathias Friend, Jr., 20 May 1947
    • I. Attendance at the 1948 Symposium
    • J. Letter from Paul A. Underwood to Father John T. Tavlarides of St. Sophia Cathedral, Washington, DC, 17 June 1963
  • Abbreviations
  • About the Authors
  • Index

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