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DOaks Image TIFF imageCross References Opening
by lisaw published Mar 25, 2011 last modified Apr 27, 2012 11:57 AM — filed under: , , ,
A facsimile of a Hagia Sophia mosaic at the opening of Cross References
Located in News & Events / News & Events Images
Cyril Mango and Marlia Mundell Mango
by James N. Carder published Aug 20, 2013 last modified Aug 20, 2013 04:37 PM — filed under: , , , , , , ,
Edited Oral History Interview with Cyril Alexander Mango and Marlia Mundell Mango, undertaken by Anna Bonnell-Freidin at Oxford University, on August 1, 2009. At Dumbarton Oaks, Cyril Mango was a Junior Fellow (1951–1953), Fellow (1953–1954), Research Associate (1954–1955), Instructor in Byzantine Archaeology (1955–1958), Lecturer in Byzantine Archaeology (1958–1962), Associate Professor of Byzantine Archaeology (1962–1963), Executive Editor of Dumbarton Oaks Publications (1958–1963), member of the Board of Scholars for Byzantine Studies (1967–1972), and member of the research staff (1972–1973). He was also Co-Director of the Corpus of Dated Greek Inscriptions (not in residence) (1978–1982), co-director of the Christian Monuments in Turkish Mesopotamia Project (not in residence) (1982–1990), and director of the Cathedral of Nisibis Project (not in residence) (1990–1991). At Dumbarton Oaks, Marlia Mundell Mango was Assistant for the Photograph Collection (1966–1973), co-director of the Christian Monuments in Turkish Mesopotamia Project (not in residence) (1982–1990), and director of the Excavations at Androna, Syria Project (not in residence) (1999–2002).
Located in Library & Archives / Dumbarton Oaks Archives / Oral History Project
DOaks BookDated Greek Manuscripts in Cyprus to the Year 1570
by Lain Wilson published Jun 18, 2013 last modified Jun 21, 2013 04:39 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
Costas N. Constantinides and Robert Browning (1993)
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DOaks BookEarly Byzantine Pilgrimage Art
by admin published May 04, 2012 last modified Jun 21, 2013 01:47 PM — filed under: , , , , , ,
Gary Vikan (2010)
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DOaks BookEast of Byzantium: Syria and Armenia in the Formative Period
by admin published Jun 21, 2013 last modified Jul 09, 2013 11:27 AM — filed under: , , , , , ,
Nina G. Garsoïan, Thomas F. Mathews, and Robert W. Thomson, editors (1982)
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DOaks BookEcclesiastical Silver Plate in Sixth-Century Byzantium
by admin published May 04, 2012 last modified Jun 21, 2013 11:17 AM — filed under: , , , , , , ,
Marlia Mundell Mango and Susan A. Boyd, editors (1993)
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Engravings and their Makers
by doconversationsblog last modified Dec 05, 2011 10:36 PM — filed under: , , , , ,
This post is provided by Anne Marie Creighton, who joins us this year as a research fellow in the Dumbarton Oaks Library. For the past month, I have been leafing through centuries-old books. My task? To take notes on those rare books at Dumbarton Oaks that pertain to the Byzantine heritage of Ottoman Constantinople, recording […]
Ercüment Atabay
by James N. Carder published Aug 05, 2013 last modified Dec 18, 2014 03:57 PM — filed under: , , , , , , , ,
Oral History Interview with Ercüment Atabay, undertaken by Günder Varinlioğlu on May 19, 2011, at Mr. Atabay’s apartment in Istanbul. Mr. Atabay was associated with people and projects in Istanbul that were sponsored by Dumbarton Oaks. The interview was conducted in Turkish, transcribed, and translated into English. English conventions are used in the translation. For example, the English honorifics “Mr.” and “Mrs.” that accompany the Turkish names are an approximation of the Turkish honorifics “Hanım” and “Bey.”
Located in Library & Archives / Dumbarton Oaks Archives / Oral History Project
DOaks Book Troff documentGifts from the Byzantine Court
by Lain Wilson published Jun 21, 2013 — filed under: , , , , , , ,
Gary Vikan (1980)
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ExhibitGod's Regents on Earth: A Thousand Years of Byzantine Imperial Seals
by Jonathan Shea published Aug 22, 2012 last modified Jun 28, 2013 10:29 AM — filed under: , , , ,
For over a thousand years the Byzantine Emperor ruled as God's regent of earth. The decisions of the individuals who sat on the throne had repercussions throughout the Byzantine world and far beyond. Decrees, letters, judgments, and commands left Constantinople every day signed by the emperor in red ink and secured with the imperial seal. The designs of the imperial seals provide an insight into the minds and policies of the rulers whose image they bore; they tell us not only how they wished to be viewed by the recipients of their letters, but also how they viewed themselves.
Located in Publications & Online Resources / Byzantine Seals Online Catalogue