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  • Skeleton 083. Impacted left maxillary canine (radiograph).

  • Plan showing the excavated areas on the terrace (in the middle) and the results of geophysical scanning (upper left and right). The apse of the church appears in grid squares L/M18

  • Depiction of St. Neophytos flaked by the archangels Michael and Gabriel, who hold him by the shoulders. An inscription explains the picture: "I fervently pray that I may indeed be enrolled among the angels by virtue of my habit." (Bema)

Dumbarton Oaks provides limited project grant support for Byzantine scholars engaged in archaeological fieldwork as well as the recovery, recording, and analysis of artifacts and sites. In the navigation bar at left, you can find lists of past grants and recipients, as well as reports from 2004 to the present. For more information about grants and instructions for applying, see the Dumbarton Oaks Project Grants page.

There are two ways to search for projects and scholars. Where a project report is available online, click the project title to view the report. To view the projects by year for which the grant was awarded, click Grant Reports. For a cross-referenced, alphabetical list (by surname) of individuals who have received grants, click Grant Recipients.


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