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Launch of books.doaks.org

Launch of books.doaks.org

Paperback editions of classic Dumbarton Oaks titles. Use the code DOAKSBOOKS20 to receive 20% off your purchase through May 20.

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The Princes’ Coins

The Princes’ Coins

Alexandra Vukovich studies Byzantine imitation coinage in early Rus

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Surrealism in the Garden

Surrealism in the Garden

Thalia Allington-Wood studies the postwar reception of the Sacro Bosco

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Facing Perfection

Facing Perfection

Alexis Torrance studies the human ideal of Theodore the Stoudite

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Reopening of the Garden

Reopening of the Garden

The Dumbarton Oaks Garden reopens to the public on March 15, 2018

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Capturing the Light

Capturing the Light

Shannon Steiner investigates the significance of Byzantine enameling

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A New View of Syria-Palestine

A New View of Syria-Palestine

Alan Walmsley brings a lost century back into focus

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Life in Classic Maya Royal Courts

Life in Classic Maya Royal Courts

Maxime Lamoureux-St-Hilaire studies classic Maya royal spaces in La Corona, Guatemala

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Time and the Garden

Time and the Garden

Denis Ribouillault studies the secrets of Renaissance sundials

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Repurposing the Apocalypse

Repurposing the Apocalypse

Christopher Bonura studies the political history of apocalyptic literature

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The Dispersed City

The Dispersed City

Gabriela Cervantes surveys the Sican capital in northern Peru

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Bliss and Mellon Awards

Bliss and Mellon Awards

Recipients of the Bliss symposium award and the Mellon colloquium awards react to recent Garden and Landscape Studies events

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Naming Stones

Naming Stones

Dumbarton Oaks acquires 18th-century Japanese garden scroll

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Rebuilding Jerusalem

Rebuilding Jerusalem

Gideon Avni researches around destruction

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The Public and the Poplars

The Public and the Poplars

Romy Hecht unearths the history of landscape design in Santiago, Chile

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Much Ado about Moche

Much Ado about Moche

Dumbarton Oaks’ collection of fineline drawings moves online

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Laws of the New Empire

Laws of the New Empire

Paolo Angelini limns the legal history of medieval Slavs

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Difference and Home

Difference and Home

Jerry Moore investigates domestic architecture in ancient South America

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Reissue of Byzantium and the Arabs

Reissue of Byzantium and the Arabs

Irfan Shahîd’s history of the Arab’s interactions with Rome and Byzantium before the rise of Islam is available for download

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Excerpting the Past

Excerpting the Past

Laura Pfuntner investigates hermaphrodites in Byzantine and ancient texts

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