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To Live and Die in a Turbulent Era: Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Proto-Byzantine Population from Sourtara Galaniou Kozanis, North Greece (6th–7th Centuries AD)
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Chryssi Bourbou, 28th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities, Hellenic Ministry of Culture, Rethymnon, Greece | Project Grant, 2006–2007
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2006–2007
The Egyptian Delta Monastic Archaeology Project: John the Little: Season 2 (May 14–June 16, 2007)
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Stephen J. Davis, Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, Dawn McCormack, and Gillian Pyke | Project Grant, 2006–2007
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Interim Field Report of Work at White Monastery 12 December 2006–24 January 2007: White Monastery Federation Project
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Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, Wittenberg University | Project Grant, 2006–2007
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A Critical Commentary on The Taktika of Leo VI
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John Haldon (2014)
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The Taktika of Leo VI
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Leo VI; George T. Dennis, editor and translator (2014)
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Come on In: The Dumbarton Oaks Symposium
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If the scholars here at Dumbarton Oaks are the lifeblood of the institute as we know it—the necessities, the aerators of resources, the vital signs—then the symposia are the institute’s great lungs, chambers of commerce between the internal and external, between one scholar and her peers, between Dumbarton Oaks itself and a broader community: the […]
Oleg Grabar
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Oleg Grabar, the great Islamic art and architecture historian, moved to the United Staes in 1948 when his father, André Grabar, took the position of Director of Studies at Dumbarton Oaks. At that time, he was eighteen years old. A prolific writer who shaped western perception of middle eastern Islamic culture, Mr. Grabar was a member of […]
Alexander Kazhdan
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Few individuals were as influential to the field of Byzantine Studies during the past century as Alexander Kazhdan. Kazhdan, a Russian scholar, immigrated to the United States in 1978 after it became clear that Soviet censorship was limiting his ability to publish his research.  While he is perhaps best known for his work on the Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium, he […]
The Social Lunch
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Dumbarton Oaks, unlike many other institutions of its kind, is home to three, very different programs of study.  On their own, Byzantinists, Pre-Columbianists, and Garden & Landscape scholars would have no reason to interact, but at Dumbarton Oaks this is not the case.  By organizing communal lunches, teas, and social hours, a unique culture has […]
Ras el Bassit: An Early Byzantine Church in Coastal North Syria
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Nicolas Beaudry, Département des Sciences Humaines, Université du Québec à Rimouski | Project Grant, 2007–2008
Located in Studies Programs / / Project Grant Reports / 2007–2008