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Mont Pagus
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Monumento a Colleoni
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Mosaics of Hagia Sophia, Istanbul
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Natalia B. Teteriatnikov (1998)
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Moslem Priest
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Mosquée de Dolma-Bagtche
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Mosquée et Kiosk Impérial à Top-Hané
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Mosquée Kahrié
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Mosquée Validé à Ortakeuy
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Musja Kazhdan
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Oral History Interview with Musja Kazhdan (accompanied by translator Misha Kazhdan, grandson of Alexander and Musja Kazhdan), undertaken by Alice-Mary Talbot at the home of Misha Kazhdan on April 18, 2010. Musja Kazhdan was the wife of Alexander Kazhdan, Senior Research Associate of Byzantine Studies at Dumbarton Oaks (1979–1997) and editor of the Oxford Dictionary of Byzantium (New York: Oxford University Press, 1991) (1983–1991).
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Natalia Teteriatnikov (DOA Interview)
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Oral History Interview with Natalia Teteriatnikov, undertaken by James W. Curtin and Joshua Wilson in the Dumbarton Oaks Study on June 24, 2013. At Dumbarton Oaks, Natalia Teteriatnikov was a Junior Fellow of Byzantine Studies (1982–1983), Curator of Byzantine Visual Resources (1986–1994), and Curator of the Byzantine Photograph and Fieldwork Archives (1994–2008).
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