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Buckfast Abbey, South East
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Located in Research / / Collections / Ephemera Collection
The Zwenigorodskoi Collection: Exquisite Book for Exquisite Enamels
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Located in Resources / / Before the Blisses: Nineteenth-Century Connoisseurship of the Byzantine Minor Arts / Collectors
Ces pièces immortelles: Early Numismatic Books in the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library
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This exhibition explores the foundations of numismatic study of Roman and Byzantine coins from the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries through numismatic catalogues and other publications held in the Dumbarton Oaks Rare Book Collection.
Located in Resources / Highlights from the Collections
Mary, a Multivalent Figure and the Mother of All
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Juggling the Middle Ages and Byzantine Studies Public Lecture, Ioli Kalavrezou, Harvard University
Located in Research / Byzantine Studies / Scholarly Activities
Historiae byzantinae scriptores post Theophanem
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Located in Resources / Digitized Rare Books
[Iōannou tou Askētou tou Zōnara gegonotos tou megalou droungariou tēs biglas, kai prōtoasēkrētis Chronikon]
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Located in Resources / Digitized Rare Books
The Holy Apostles—Visualizing a Lost Monument
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An online exhibition to accompany the 2015 Byzantine symposium on the Holy Apostles and an on-site exhibition in the Orientation Gallery of Dumbarton Oaks.
Located in Resources / Highlights from the Collections
Geōrgiou tou Kedrēnou Synopsis historiōn
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Located in Resources / Digitized Rare Books
Before the Blisses: Nineteenth-Century Connoisseurship of the Byzantine Minor Arts
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This exhibition examines the ways in which nineteenth-century collections and illustrated catalogs impacted the study and appreciation of early Christian, Byzantine, and medieval “minor arts” before the Blisses began their collections.
Located in Resources / Highlights from the Collections
The Concept of Linguistic Variation in Manuel Moschopoulos’s “Commentaries on Sophocles”
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Andrea Cuomo, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Fellow 2016–2017, Fall
Located in Research / / Fellowship Reports / 2016–2017