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Dumbarton Oaks Papers

Dumbarton Oaks Papers (DOP), our annual journal

The annual journal Dumbarton Oaks Papers was founded in 1941 for the publication of articles relating to late antique, early medieval, and Byzantine civilization in the fields of art and architecture, history, archeology, literature, theology, law, and the auxiliary disciplines. Articles should be submitted normally in English or French. Preference is given to articles of substantial length, but shorter notes will be considered if they relate to objects in the Dumbarton Oaks collections. Articles should be prepared according to the submission guide, style guide, and list of abbreviations and submitted here. Inquiries should be sent to

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2017 (vol. 71)

Julian Baker, Turan Gökyildirim, and Filippo Dompieri. “The Reformed Byzantine Silver-Based Currencies (ca. 1372–1379) in Light of the Hoards from the Belgrade Gate.” Pages 273-336.
Anastasia Drandaki. “Piety, Politics, and Art in Fifteenth-Century Venetian Crete.” Pages 367-406. The article investigates early fifteenth-century religious paintings from Crete whose style and iconography betray a studied amalgamation of Palaiologan and Italian elements. In these works of pronounced hybrid character, multifarious iconographic subjects are conveyed with surprising stylistic diversity. The author investigates the motives behind the patrons’ choices and identifies the theological and devotional needs that shaped the mixed character of these paintings. The careful stitching together of elements from two different artistic and religious traditions becomes meaningful when examined against the complex historical background of Venetian Crete, especially at a time of intense debate over the burning issue of the union of the churches. Aspects of that debate, which divided the Orthodox population, can be discerned in religious paintings from other parts of the Byzantine world. In the Venetian colony of Crete however, this phenomenon takes on a distinctive local flavor, determined by the long term coexistence, struggles and interaction between the two communities on the island.
Christophe Erismann. “Theodore the Studite and Photius on the Humanity of Christ: A Neglected Byzantine Discussion on Universals in the Time of Iconoclasm.” Pages 175-192.
Joe Glynias. “Prayerful Iconoclasts: Psalm Seals and Elite Formation in the First Iconoclast Era (726–750).” Pages 65-94.
Florin Leonte. “Visions of Empire: Gaze, Space, and Territory in Isidore’s Encomium for John VIII Palaiologos.” Pages 249-272.
Vasileios Marinis. “The Vision of Last Judgment in the Vita of Saint Niphon (BHG 1371z).” Pages 193-228. This article offers a detailed study of the vision of the Last Judgment in the Life of Saint Niphon of Constantiniane, a text likely composed between the late tenth and early eleventh century. The vision includes various exceedingly interesting themes: a periodization of world history into seven aeons, an expansive list of sins and virtues, a temperamental Christ, and a highly original post-Judgment existence for the saved as an actual bridal chamber protected by orbiting angelic powers, where they lead a life of continuous praise in song. The article investigates the sources of the vision, its theological importance, and its place in Middle Byzantine apocalyptic literature. A corrected Greek text and English translation are also provided.
Maya Maskarinec. “Saints for All Christendom: Naturalizing the Alexandrian Saints Cyrus and John in Seventh- to Thirteenth-Century Rome.” Pages 337-366. This article examines the textual and material evidence for the Alexandrian healing saints Cyrus and John in seventh- to thirteenth-century Rome, tracing how the saints were progressively adapted to their Roman surroundings. The first section provides an overview of Sophronius’s profile of the saints; the second considers the excerpts from Sophronius’s hagiographic dossier that were translated from Greek into Latin and the frescos of the saints that were added to the church of S. Maria Antiqua; the third addresses Anastasius Bibliothecarius’s hagiographic dossier, later fresco evidence from S. Maria Antiqua and S. Passera, and an anonymous imaginative translatio that claimed the saints for Rome. The vicissitudes of the saints’ cult demonstrate how Rome’s shared Mediterranean ‘Byzantine’ heritage became increasingly ‘foreign’ in Rome and in need of naturalization.
Jordan Pickett. “Water and Empire in the De aedificiis of Procopius.” Pages 95-126.
Daniel Reynolds. “Rethinking Palestinian Iconoclasm.” Pages 1-64.
Athanasios K. Vionis. “Understanding Settlements in Byzantine Greece: New Data and Approaches for Boeotia, Sixth to Thirteenth Century.” Pages 127-174. This paper examines the evolution of settled space and settlement systems in central Greece from Late Antiquity – Early Byzantine times to the Frankish period, under the light of new archaeological evidence (surface ceramics, standing architecture), and the application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and various theoretical approaches (central-place theory, historical geography).
Nikos Zagklas. “Experimenting with Prose and Verse in Twelfth-Century Byzantium: A Preliminary Study.” Pages 229-248. The twelfth century has often been described as a period of extended literary experimentation and innovation. This paper explores a hitherto unnoticed experimentation of this period, which emanates from the interaction between prose and verse across a wide range of genres. It argues that the nature of their interaction witnessed a shift in view of two popular twelfth-century practices: either single works whose narrative is a mixture of prose and verse, or two and even three separate works written in different forms (prose and verse) but for the very same occasion; the former can be termed “mixed works”, while the latter “diptychs” or “triptychs”. This is the first step to understand the synergy between prose and verse in Byzantium and the driving forces behind the composition of such literary hybrids.

2016 (vol. 70)

“The Holy Apostles: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 24–26 April 2015.” Pages 325-326.
Roland Betancourt. “Why Sight Is Not Touch: Reconsidering the Tactility of Vision in Byzantium.” Pages 1-24.
Heta Björklund. “Classical Traces of Metamorphosis in the Byzantine Hystera Formula.” Pages 151-166.
AnneLaurence Caudano. ““These Are the Only Four Seas”: The World Map of Bologna, University Library, Codex 3632.” Pages 167-190.
Niels Gaul. “All the Emperor’s Men (and His Nephews): Paideia and Networking Strategies at the Court of Andronikos II Palaiologos, 1290–1320.” Pages 245-270.
Scott Fitzgerald Johnson. ““The Stone the Builders Rejected”: Liturgical and Exegetical Irrelevancies in the Piacenza Pilgrim.” Pages 43-58.
Nadezhda Kavrus-Hoffmann. “A Newly Acquired Gospel Manuscript at Dumbarton Oaks (DO MS 5): Codicological and Paleographic Description and Analysis.” Pages 293-324.
Byron MacDougall. “Gregory Thaumaturgus: A Platonic Lawgiver.” Pages 25-42.
Przemysław Marciniak. “Reinventing Lucian in Byzantium.” Pages 209-224.
Charis Messis. “Les voix littéraires des eunuques: Genre et identité du soi à Byzance.” Pages 191-208.
Aglae Pizzone. “Audiences and Emotions in Eustathios of Thessalonike’s Commentaries on Homer.” Pages 225-244.
Ilene H. Forsyth with Elizabeth Sears. “George H. Forsyth and the Sacred Fortress at Sinai.” Pages 117-150.
Nicholas Warner. “The Architecture of the Red Monastery Church (Dayr Anbā Bišūy) in Egypt: An Evolving Anatomy.” Pages 59-116.
Christopher Wright. “Constantinople and the Coup d’État in Palaiologan Byzantium.” Pages 271-292.

2015 (vol. 69)

“Knowing Bodies, Passionate Souls: Sense Perceptions in Byzantium Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 25–27 April 2014.” Pages 381-382.
Noël Adams. “Carbunculus ardens: The Garnet on the Narses Cross in Context.” Pages 147-158.
Panagiotis A. Agapitos. “Literary Haute Cuisine and Its Dangers: Eustathios of Thessalonike on Schedography and Everyday Language.” Pages 225-242.
Margaret Alexiou. “Of Longings and Loves: Seven Poems by Theodore Prodromos.” Pages 209-224.
Stefanos Alexopoulos. “When a Column Speaks: The Liturgy of the Christian Parthenon.” Pages 159-178.
Floris Bernard. “Humor in Byzantine Letters of the Tenth to Twelfth Centuries: Some Preliminary Remarks.” Pages 179-196.
Örgü Dalgiç. “The Triumph of Dionysos in Constantinople: A Late Fifth-Century Mosaic in Context.” Pages 15-48.
Antony Eastmond. “The Heavenly Court, Courtly Ceremony, and the Great Byzantine Ivory Triptychs of the Tenth Century.” Pages 71-114.
Niels Gaul. “Writing “with Joyful and Leaping Soul”: Sacralization, Scribal Hands, and Ceremonial in the Lincoln College Typikon.” Pages 243-272.
Timothy Greenwood. “A Corpus of Early Medieval Armenian Silver.” Pages 115-146.
Tera Lee Hedrick and Nina Ergin. “A Shared Culture of Heavenly Fragrance: A Comparison of Late Byzantine and Ottoman Incense Burners and Censing Practices in Religious Contexts.” Pages 331-354.
Mark Jackson. “2007–2011 Excavations at Kilise Tepe: A Byzantine Rural Settlement in Isauria.” Pages 355-380.
Jonathan Shea. “Longuet’s “Salonica Hoard” and the Mint of Thessalonike in the Mid-Fourteenth Century.” Pages 297-330.
Natalia Teteriatnikov. “The Last Palaiologan Mosaic Program of Hagia Sophia: The Dome and Pendentives.” Pages 273-296.
Angelina Anne Volkoff. “Komnenian Double Surnames on Lead Seals: Problems of Methodology and Understanding.” Pages 197-208.
Jeffrey Wickes. “Mapping the Literary Landscape of Ephrem’s Theology of Divine Names.” Pages 1-14.
Lain Wilson. “A Subaltern’s Fate: The Office of Tourmarch, Seventh through Twelfth Century.” Pages 49-70.

2014 (vol. 68)

“The New Testament in Byzantium: DUMBARTON OAKS SYMPOSIUM, 26–28 APRIL 2013.” Pages 405-406. jstor.org
Massimo BernabÒ. “The Miniatures in the Rabbula Gospels: Postscripta to a Recent Book.” Pages 343-358. jstor.org
Simone Beta. “An Enigmatic Literature: Interpreting an Unedited Collection of Byzantine Riddles in a Manuscript of Cardinal Bessarion (Marcianus Graecus 512).” Pages 211-240. jstor.org
Antony Eastmond. “David Winfield: 2 December 1929 – 28 September 2013.” Pages 1-5. jstor.org
Maria Evangelatou. “Threads of Power: Clothing Symbolism, Human Salvation, and Female Identity in the Illustrated Homilies by Iakobos of Kokkinobaphos.” Pages 241-323. jstor.org
Ralph-Johannes Lilie. “Reality and Invention: Reflections on Byzantine Historiography.” Pages 157-210. jstor.org
Christina Maranci. “The Archaeology and Reconstruction of Zuartʻnocʻ.” Pages 69-115. jstor.org
Philipp NiewÖHner and Natalia Teteriatnikov. “The South Vestibule of Hagia Sophia at Istanbul: The Ornamental Mosaics and the Private Door of the Patriarchate.” Pages 117-156. jstor.org
Werner Seibt and John Nesbitt. “Odd Surnames Beginning with Alpha: A Selection of Examples on Byzantine Seals in the Harvard Collections.” Pages 359-368. jstor.org
Zaza Skhirtladze. “The Image of the Virgin on the Sinai Hexaptych and the Apse Mosaic of Hagia Sophia, Constantinople.” Pages 369-386. jstor.org
Walt Stevenson. “Exiling Bishops: The Policy of Constantius II.” Pages 7-27. jstor.org
Jack Tannous. “In Search of Monotheletism.” Pages 29-67. jstor.org
Filip Van Tricht. “The Byzantino-Latin Principality of Adrianople and the Challenge of Feudalism (1204/6–ca.1227/28): Empire, Venice, and Local Autonomy.” Pages 325-342. jstor.org
Suna Çağaptay. “Results of the Tophane Area GPR Surveys, Bursa, Turkey.” Pages 387-404. jstor.org

2013 (vol. 67)

“Rome Re-Imagined: Byzantine and Early Islamic Africa, ca. 500-800: DUMBARTON OAKS SYMPOSIUM, 27-29 APRIL 2012.” Pages 323-324. jstor.org
Paroma Chatterjee. “Viewing and Description in "Hysmine and Hysminias": The Fresco of the Virtues.” Pages 209-225. jstor.org
Juan Signes CodoÑEr. “Melkites and Icon Worship during the Iconoclastic Period.” Pages 135-187. jstor.org
A. Asa Eger. “(Re)Mapping Medieval Antioch: Urban Transformations from the Early Islamic to the Middle Byzantine Periods.” Pages 95-134. jstor.org
Daniel Galadza. “Sources for the Study of Liturgy in Post-Byzantine Jerusalem (638-1187 CE).” Pages 75-94. jstor.org
Charis Messis and Stratis Papaioannou. “Histoires “gothiques” à Byzance: Le saint, le soldat et le Miracle d'Euphémie et du Goth (BHG 739).” Pages 15-47. jstor.org
John Nesbitt and Werner Seibt. “The Anzas Family: Members of the Byzantine Civil Establishment in the Eleventh Twelfth, and Thirteenth Centuries.” Pages 189-207. jstor.org
Edward M. Schoolman. “Reassessing the Sarcophagi of Ravenna.” Pages 49-74. jstor.org
Nicky Tsougarakis. “The Documents of Dominicus Grimani, Notary in Candia (1356-1357).” Pages 227-289. jstor.org
Tomasz Waliszewski, Krzysztof Chmielewski, Mat Immerzeel, and Nada HÉLou. “The Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus in Kaftūn (Northern Lebanon) and Its Wall Paintings: Preliminary Report 2009-2010.” Pages 291-322. jstor.org
Martin Wallraff. “The Canon Tables of the Psalms: An Unknown Work of Eusebius of Caesarea.” Pages 1-14. jstor.org

2011 (vol. 65/66)

“Saints and Sacred Matter: The Cult of Relics in Byzantium and Beyond: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 19 April — 1 May 2011.” Pages 367-368. jstor.org
“Warfare in the Byzantine World: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 30 April — 2 May 2010.” Pages 365-366. jstor.org
Dimiter G. Angelov. “The "Moral Pieces" by Theodore II Laskaris.” Pages 237-269. jstor.org
John Cotsonis. “The Image of the Virgin Nursing (Galaktotrophousa) and a Unique Inscription on the Seals of Romanos, Metropolitan of Kyzikos.” Pages 193-207. jstor.org
Florin Curta and Andrei GÂNdilĂ. “Hoards and Hoarding Patterns in the Early Byzantine Balkans.” Pages 45-111. jstor.org
Vassiliki A. Foskolou. “Mary Magdalene between East and West: Cult and Image, Relics and Politics in the Late Thirteenth-Century Eastern Mediterranean.” Pages 271-296. jstor.org
David A. Graff. “China, Byzantium, and the Shadow of the Steppe.” Pages 157-168. jstor.org
John Haldon, Vince Gaffney, Georgios Theodoropoulos, and Phil Murgatroyd. “Marching across Anatolia: Medieval Logistics and Modeling the Mantzikert Campaign.” Pages 209-235. jstor.org
Darlene L. Brooks Hedstrom, Elizabeth S. Bolman, Mohammed Abdel Rahim, Saad Mohammed, Dawn McCormack, Tomasz Herbich, Gillian Pyke, Louise Blanke, Tracy Musacchio, and Mohammed Khalifa. “The White Monastery Federation Project: Survey and Mapping at the Monastery of Apa Shenoute (Dayr al-Anba Shinūda), Sohag, 2005-2007.” Pages 333-364. jstor.org
Kostis Kourelis. “Byzantine Houses and Modern Fictions: Domesticating Mystras in 1930s Greece.” Pages 297-331. jstor.org
Anna Leone. “Bishops and Territory: The Case of Late Roman and Byzantine North Africa.” Pages 5-27. jstor.org
J. A. McGuckin. “A Conflicted Heritage: The Byzantine Religious Establishment of a War Ethic.” Pages 29-44. jstor.org
Robert S. Nelson. “"And So, With the Help of God": The Byzantine Art of War in the Tenth Century.” Pages 169-192. jstor.org
Michael Roberts. “Light, Color, and Visual Illusion in the Poetry of Venantius Fortunatus.” Pages 113-120. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “George T. Dennis, S.J. 1923-2010.” Pages 1-4. jstor.org
Luca Zavagno. “At the Edge of Two Empires: The Economy of Cyprus between Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (650s-800s CE).” Pages 121-155. jstor.org

2010 (vol. 64)

Stavroula Constantinou. “Grotesque Bodies in Hagiographical Tales: The Monstrous and the Uncanny in Byzantine Collections of Miracle Stories.” Pages 43-54. jstor.org
Sviatoslav Dmitriev. “John Lydus and His Contemporaries on Identities and Cultures of Sixth-Century Byzantium.” Pages 27-42. jstor.org
Sharon E.J. Gerstel. “Morea: The Land and Its People in the Aftermath of the Fourth Crusade: DUMBARTON OAKS SYMPOSIUM, 1-3 MAY 2009.” Pages 229-230. jstor.org
Darlene Brooks Hedstrom, Stephen J. Davis, Tomasz Herbich, Salima Ikram, Dawn Mccormack, Marie-Dominique Nenna, and Gillian Pyke. “New Archaeology at Ancient Scetis: Surveys and Initial Excavations at the Monastery of St. John the Little in Wādī al-Naṭrūn.” Pages 217-227. jstor.org
Cecily J. Hilsdale. “The Imperial Image at the End of Exile: The Byzantine Embroidered Silk in Genoa and the Treaty of Nymphaion (1261).” Pages 151-199. jstor.org
Catherine Holmes. “Byzantine Political Culture and Compilation Literature in the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries: Some Preliminary Inquiries.” Pages 55-80. jstor.org
Scott Fitzgerald Johnson. “Apostolic Geography: The Origins and Continuity of a Hagiographic Habit.” Pages 5-25. jstor.org
Fotini Kondyli. “Tracing Monastic Economic Interests and Their Impact on the Rural Landscape of Late Byzantine Lemnos.” Pages 129-150. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Ihor Ševčenko 10 February 1922 - 26 December 2009.” Pages 1-3. jstor.org
Stratis Papaioannou. “Byzantine Mirrors: Self-Reflection in Medieval Greek Writing.” Pages 81-101. jstor.org
Georgi R. Parpulov, Irina V. Dolgikh, and Peter Cowe. “A Byzantine Text on the Technique of Icon Painting.” Pages 201-216. jstor.org
Rossitza B. Schroeder. “Transformative Narratives and Shifting Identities in the Narthex of the Boiana Church.” Pages 103-128. jstor.org

2009 (vol. 63)

Chryssi Bourbou. “To Live and Die in a Turbulent Era: Bioarchaeological Analysis of the Early Byzantine (6th-7th centuries AD) Population from Sourtara Galaniou Kozanis (Northern Greece).” Pages 221-234. jstor.org
Maria Evangelatou. “Liturgy and the Illustration of the Ninth-Century Marginal Psalters.” Pages 59-116. jstor.org
Peter Grossmann, Darlene L. Brooks Hedstrom, Saad Mohamad Mohamad Osman, Hans-Christoph Noeske, Mohamad Ahmad Abd Al-Rahim, Tarik Said Abd Al-Fatah, Mahmud Abd Al-Mugdi, and Johann Wolfgang. “Second Report on the Excavation in the Monastery of Apa Shenute (Dayr Anba Shinuda) at Suhag.” Pages 167-219. jstor.org
Peter Hatlie. “Images of Motherhood and Self in Byzantine Literature.” Pages 41-57. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Ivories as Pilgrimage Art: A New Frame for the "Frame Group".” Pages 117-146. jstor.org
Vasileios Marinis. “Tombs and Burials in the Monastery tou Libos in Constantinople.” Pages 147-166. jstor.org
CÉCile Morrisson and Alice-Mary Talbot. “Angeliki E. Laiou 6, April 1941 – 11 December 2008.” Pages 1-14. jstor.org
Robert Ousterhout, Zeynep Ahunbay, and Metin Ahunbay. “Study and Restoration of the Zeyrek Camii in Istanbul: Second Report, 2001-2005.” Pages 235-256. jstor.org
Alexander Sarantis. “War and Diplomacy in Pannonia and the Northwest Balkans during the Reign of Justinian: The Gepid Threat and Imperial Responses.” Pages 15-40. jstor.org

2008 (vol. 62)

Bogdan G. Bucur. “Foreordained from All Eternity: The Mystery of the Incarnation According to Some Early Christian and Byzantine Writers.” Pages 199-215. jstor.org
R. W. Burgess. “The Summer of Blood: The "Great Massacre" of 337 and the Promotion of the Sons of Constantine.” Pages 5-51. jstor.org
Mary B. Cunningham. “The Reception of Romanos in Middle by Zantine Homiletics and Hymnography.” Pages 251-260. jstor.org
Ivan Drpić. “Art, Hesychasm, and Visual Exegesis: Parisinus Graecus 1242 Revisited.” Pages 217-247. jstor.org
Maria Evangelatou. “Word and Image in the "Sacra Parallela" (codex Parisinus Graecus 923).” Pages 113-197. jstor.org
Johannes Koder. “Imperial Propaganda in the Kontakia of Romanos the Melode.” Pages 275-291. jstor.org
Riccardo Maisano. “Romanos's Use of Greek Patristic Sources.” Pages 261-273. jstor.org
Cécile Morrisson. “Michael Hendy: 16 April 1942-13 May 2008.” Pages 1-4. jstor.org
Hans-Georg Severin. “On the Architectural Decoration and Dating of the Church of Dayr Anbā Bīšūy ("Red Monastery") near Sūhāǧ in Upper Egypt.” Pages 75-112. jstor.org
Stephen J. Shoemaker. “The Cult of Fashion: The Earliest "Life of the Virgin" and Constantinople's Marian Relics.” Pages 53-74. jstor.org

2007 (vol. 61)

“Becoming Byzantine: Children and Childhood in Byzantium: Symposiarchs: Arietta Papaconstantinou, University of Paris, and Alice-Mary Talbot, Dumbarton Oaks Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, 28-30 April 2006.” Pages 389-390. jstor.org
Michael Decker. “Frontier Settlement and Economy in the Byzantine East.” Pages 217-267. jstor.org
Lynda Garland. “Mazaris's Journey to Hades: Further Reflections and Reappraisal.” Pages 183-214. jstor.org
Anthony Kaldellis. “Historicism in Byzantine Thought and Literature.” Pages 1-24. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot, O. Karagiorgou, O. Koçyiğit, H. Yaman, P. Linscheid, and J. Foley. “The Amorium Project: Excavation and Research in 2003.” Pages 353-385. jstor.org
Christopher Lightfoot. “Trade and Industry in Byzantine Anatolia: The Evidence from Amorium.” Pages 269-286. jstor.org
Christopher MacEvitt. “The Chronicle of Matthew of Edessa: Apocalypse, the First Crusade, and the Armenian Diaspora.” Pages 157-181. jstor.org
Tassos Papacostas, Cyril Mango, and Michael Grünbart. “The History and Architecture of the Monastery of Saint John Chrysostomos at Koutsovendis, Cyprus.” Pages 25-156. jstor.org
Günder Varinlioğlu. “Living in a Marginal Environment: Rural Habitat and Landscape in Southeastern Isauria.” Pages 287-317. jstor.org
Alan Walmsley. “Economic Developments and the Nature of Settlement in the Towns and Countryside of Syria-Palestine, ca. 565-800.” Pages 319-352. jstor.org

2006 (vol. 60)

Stefanos Alexopoulos and Annewies van den Hoek. “The Endicott Scroll and Its Place in the History of Private Communion Prayers.” Pages 145-188. jstor.org
Franz Alto Bauer and Holger A. Klein. “The Church of Hagia Sophia in Bizye (Vize): Results of the Fieldwork Seasons 2003 and 2004.” Pages 249-270. jstor.org
Sarah T. Brooks. “Poetry and Female Patronage in Late Byzantine Tomb Decoration: Two Epigrams by Manuel Philes.” Pages 223-248. jstor.org
Brian Croke. “Justinian, Theodora, and the Church of Saints Sergius and Bacchus.” Pages 25-63. jstor.org
Clive Foss and Johannes Koder. “Urban and Rural Settlement in Anatolia and the Levant, 500-1000 CE: New Evidence from Archaeology: Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Symposium, 21-24 April 2005.” Pages 295-296. jstor.org
Michael Grünbart. “Byzantine Metal Stamps in a North American Private Collection.” Pages 13-24. jstor.org
Veronica Kalas. “The 2004 Survey of the Byzantine Settlement at Selime-Yaprakhisar in the Peristrema Valley, Cappadocia.” Pages 271-293. jstor.org
Cécile Morrisson. “Philip Grierson, 15 November 1910-15 January 2006.” Pages 1-12. jstor.org
Arietta Papaconstantinou. “Historiography, Hagiography, and the Making of the Coptic "Church of the Martyrs" in Early Islamic Egypt.” Pages 65-86. jstor.org
Alicia J. Simpson. “Before and After 1204: The Versions of Niketas Choniates' "Historia".” Pages 189-221. jstor.org
Paul Stephenson. “"About the Emperor Nikephoros and How He Leaves His Bones in Bulgaria": A Context for the Controversial "Chronicle of 811".” Pages 87-109. jstor.org
Warren T. Woodfin. “An Officer and a Gentleman: Transformations in the Iconography of a Warrior Saint.” Pages 111-143. jstor.org

2005 (vol. 59)

“Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 2004: Egypt in the Byzantine World, 450-700.” Pages 266-266. jstor.org
Antti Arjava. “The Mystery Cloud of 536 CE in the Mediterranean Sources.” Pages 73-94. jstor.org
Robert H. Brill. “Chemical Analyses of the Zeyrek Camii and Kariye Camii Glasses.” Pages 213-230. jstor.org
Francesca Dell'Acqua. “Enhancing Luxury through Stained Glass, from Asia Minor to Italy.” Pages 193-211. jstor.org
Asen Kirin. “Contemplating the Vistas of Piety at the Rila Monastery Pyrgos.” Pages 95-138. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot. “Glass Finds at Amorium.” Pages 173-181. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot, Y. Arbel, E. A. Ivison, J. A. Roberts, and E. Ioannidou. “The Amorium Project: Excavation and Research in 2002.” Pages 231-265. jstor.org
Jodi Magness. “Heaven on Earth: Helios and the Zodiac Cycle in Ancient Palestinian Synagogues.” Pages 1-52. jstor.org
Maria G. Parani. “Representations of Glass Objects as a Source on Byzantine Glass: How Useful Are They?.” Pages 147-171. jstor.org
Daniel G. Van Slyke. “The Devil and His Pomps in Fifth-Century Carthage: Renouncing Spectacula with Spectacular Imagery.” Pages 53-72. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Evidence about Byzantine Glass in Medieval Greek Texts from the Eighth to the Fifteenth Century.” Pages 141-145. jstor.org
Mark T. Wypyski. “Technical Analysis of Glass Mosaic Tesserae from Amorium.” Pages 183-192. jstor.org

2004 (vol. 58)

Leslie Brubaker. “The Elephant and the Ark: Cultural and Material Interchange across the Mediterranean in the Eighth and Ninth Centuries.” Pages 175-195. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Realities, Realia, and Realism: An Introduction to the Symposium.” Pages 155-160. jstor.org
Jannic Durand. “Innovations gothiques dans l'orfèvrerie byzantine sous les Paléologues.” Pages 333-354. jstor.org
Stephanos Efthymiades. “A Day and Ten Months in the Life of a Lonely Bachelor: The Other Byzantium in Miracula S. Artemii 18 and 22.” Pages 1-26. jstor.org
Jaroslav Folda. “The Figural Arts in Crusader Syria and Palestine, 1187-1291: Some New Realities.” Pages 315-331. jstor.org
Véronique François. “Réalités des échanges en Méditerranée orientale du XIIe au XVIIIe siècles: L'apport de la céramique.” Pages 241-249. jstor.org
Timothy Greenwood. “A Corpus of Early Medieval Armenian Inscriptions.” Pages 27-91. jstor.org
Peter Grossmann, Darlene Brooks-Hedstrom, Mohamed Abdal-Rassul, and Elizabeth S. Bolman. “The Excavation in the Monastery of Apa Shenute (Dayr Anba Shinuda) at Suhag, with an Appendix on Documentary Photography at the Monasteries of Anba Shinuda and Anba Bishoi, Suhag, by Elizabeth S. Bolman.” Pages 371-382. jstor.org
David Jacoby. “Silk Economics and Cross-Cultural Artistic Interaction: Byzantium, the Muslim World, and the Christian West.” Pages 197-240. jstor.org
Holger A. Klein. “Eastern Objects and Western Desires: Relics and Reliquaries between Byzantium and the West.” Pages 283-314. jstor.org
Noel Lenski. “Valens and the Monks: Cudgeling and Conscription as a Means of Social Control.” Pages 93-117. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot, Y. Arbel, B. Böhlendorf-Arslan, J. A. Roberts, and J. Witte-Orr. “The Amorium Project: Excavation and Research in 2001.” Pages 355-370. jstor.org
Ioanna Rapti. “Gloses prophétiques sur l'évangile: À propos de quelques manuscrits arméniens enluminés en Cicilie dans les années 1260.” Pages 119-154. jstor.org
Peter Schreiner. “Diplomatische Geschenke zwischen Byzanz und dem Westen ca. 800-1200: Eine Analyse der Texte mit Quellenanhang.” Pages 251-282. jstor.org
Chris Wickham. “The Mediterranean around 800: On the Brink of the Second Trade Cycle.” Pages 161-174. jstor.org

2003 (vol. 57)

“Realities in the Arts of the Medieval Mediterranean, 800-1500: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 2002.” Pages 299-301. jstor.org
Charalambos Bakirtzis. “The Urban Continuity and Size of Late Byzantine Thessalonike.” Pages 35-64. jstor.org
John W. Barker. “Late Byzantine Thessalonike: A Second City's Challenges and Responses.” Pages 5-33. jstor.org
George T. Dennis. “The Late Byzantine Metropolitans of Thessalonike.” Pages 255-264. jstor.org
Sharon E. J. Gerstel. “Civic and Monastic Influences on Church Decoration in Late Byzantine Thessalonike: In Loving Memory of Thalia Gouma-Peterson.” Pages 225-239. jstor.org
Christophe Giros. “Présence Athonite à Thessalonique, XIIIe-XVe Siècles.” Pages 265-278. jstor.org
David Jacoby. “Foreigners and the Urban Economy in Thessalonike, ca. 1150-ca. 1450.” Pages 85-132. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Economic Concerns and Attitudes of the Intellectuals of Thessalonike.” Pages 205-223. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot, Y. Mergen, B. Y. Olcay, and J. Witte-Orr. “The Amorium Project: Research and Excavation in 2000.” Pages 279-292. jstor.org
Katia Loverdou-Tsigarida. “Thessalonique, Centre de Production D'objets D'arts au XIVe Siècle.” Pages 241-254. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Ernst Kitzinger: 1912-2003.” Pages ix-xiv. jstor.org
Marlia Mundell Mango. “Excavations and Survey at Androna, Syria: The Oxford Team 2000.” Pages 293-297. jstor.org
Cécile Morrisson. “The Emperor, the Saint, and the City: Coinage and Money in Thessalonike from the Thirteenth to the Fifteenth Century.” Pages 173-203. jstor.org
Nevra Necipoğlu. “The Aristocracy in Late Byzantine Thessalonike: A Case Study of the City's Archontes (Late 14th and Early 15th Centuries).” Pages 133-151. jstor.org
Jean-Michel Spieser. “Introduction.” Pages 1-4. jstor.org
Franz Tinnefeld. “Intellectuals in Late Byzantine Thessalonike.” Pages 153-172. jstor.org
Slobodan Ćurčić. “The Role of Late Byzantine Thessalonike in Church Architecture in the Balkans.” Pages 65-84. jstor.org

2002 (vol. 56)

“Late Byzantine Thessalonike: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 2001.” Pages 317-318. jstor.org
Charalambos Bakirtzis. “Pilgrimage to Thessalonike: The Tomb of St. Demetrios.” Pages 175-192. jstor.org
Annemarie Weyl Carr. “Icons and the Object of Pilgrimage in Middle Byzantine Constantinople.” Pages 75-92. jstor.org
John Cotsonis. “The Virgin and Justinian on Seals of the "Ekklesiekdikoi" of Hagia Sophia.” Pages 41-55. jstor.org
Rosemary Dubowchik. “Singing with the Angels: Foundation Documents as Evidence for Musical Life in Monasteries of the Byzantine Empire.” Pages 277-296. jstor.org
Clive Foss. “Pilgrimage in Medieval Asia Minor.” Pages 129-151. jstor.org
Richard Greenfield. “Drawn to the Blazing Beacon: Visitors and Pilgrims to the Living Holy Man and the Case of Lazaros of Mount Galesion.” Pages 213-241. jstor.org
Michel Kaplan. “Les saints en pèlerinage à l'époque mésobyzantine (7e-12e siècles).” Pages 109-127. jstor.org
David Knipp. “The Chapel of Physicians at Santa Maria Antiqua.” Pages 1-23. jstor.org
John C. Lamoreaux. “The Biography of Theodore Abū Qurrah Revisited.” Pages 25-40. jstor.org
George Majeska. “Russian Pilgrims in Constantinople.” Pages 93-108. jstor.org
Marlia Mundell Mango. “Excavations and Survey at Androna, Syria: The Oxford Team 1999.” Pages 307-315. jstor.org
Pierre Maraval. “The Earliest Phase of Christian Pilgrimage in the Near East (before the 7th Century).” Pages 63-74. jstor.org
Cécile Morrisson. “Coinage and Money in Byzantine Typika.” Pages 263-275. jstor.org
Jan Olof Rosenqvist. “Local Worshipers, Imperial Patrons: Pilgrimage to St. Eugenios of Trebizond.” Pages 193-212. jstor.org
Konstantinos Smyrlis. “The Management of Monastic Estates: The Evidence of the Typika.” Pages 245-261. jstor.org
Carolyn S. Snively. “Archaeological Investigation at Konjuh, Republic of Macedonia, in 2000.” Pages 297-306. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Introduction.” Pages 59-61. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Pilgrimage to Healing Shrines: The Evidence of Miracle Accounts.” Pages 153-173. jstor.org

2001 (vol. 55)

Dmitry Afinogenov. “The Conspiracy of Michael Traulos and the Assassination of Leo V: History and Fiction.” Pages 329-338. jstor.org
Alexander Alexakis. “Was There Life beyond the Life beyond? Byzantine Ideas on Reincarnation and Final Restoration.” Pages 155-177. jstor.org
Nicholas Constas. “"To Sleep, Perchance to Dream": The Middle State of Souls in Patristic and Byzantine Literature.” Pages 91-124. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Gifts and Gift Exchange as Aspects of the Byzantine, Arab, and Related Economies.” Pages 247-278. jstor.org
Brian E. Daley. “"At the Hour of Our Death": Mary's Dormition and Christian Dying in Late Patristic and Early Byzantine Literature.” Pages 71-89. jstor.org
George T. Dennis. “Death in Byzantium.” Pages 1-7. jstor.org
Alexander Golitzin. “"Earthly Angels and Heavenly Men": The Old Testament Pseudepigrapha, Niketas Stethatos, and the Tradition of "Interiorized Apocalyptic" in Eastern Christian Ascetical and Mystical Literature.” Pages 125-153. jstor.org
Nick Henck. “Constantius ὁ Φιλοκτίστης?.” Pages 279-304. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Use and Circulation of Coins in the Despotate of Epiros.” Pages 207-215. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot and E. A. Ivison. “The Amorium Project: The 1998 Excavation Season.” Pages 371-399. jstor.org
George C. Maniatis. “The Domain of Private Guilds in the Byzantine Economy, Tenth to Fifteenth Centuries.” Pages 339-369. jstor.org
Cécile Morrisson. “Coin Usage and Exchange Rates in Badoer's "Libro dei Conti".” Pages 217-245. jstor.org
Joseph A. Munitiz. “The Predetermination of Death: The Contribution of Anastasios of Sinai and Nikephoros Blemmydes to a Perennial Byzantine Problem.” Pages 9-20. jstor.org
Alan M. Stahl. “Coinage and Money in the Latin Empire of Constantinople.” Pages 197-206. jstor.org
Lucia Travaini. “The Normans between Byzantium and the Islamic World.” Pages 179-196. jstor.org
Elena Velkovska. “Funeral Rites According to the Byzantine Liturgical Sources.” Pages 21-51. jstor.org
John Wortley. “Death, Judgment, Heaven, and Hell in Byzantine "Beneficial Tales".” Pages 53-69. jstor.org
Ann van Dijk. “Jerusalem, Antioch, Rome, and Constantinople: The Peter Cycle in the Oratory of Pope John VII (705-707).” Pages 305-328. jstor.org

2000 (vol. 54)

“Byzantine Eschatology: Views on Death and the Last Things, 8th to 15th Centuries: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1999.” Pages 281-282. jstor.org
“Pilgrimage in the Byzantine Empire, 7th-15th Centuries: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 2000.” Pages 283-284. jstor.org
Metin Ahunbay and Zeynep Ahunbay. “Recent Work on the Land Walls of Istanbul: Tower 2 to Tower 5.” Pages 227-239. jstor.org
Jonathan Bardill. “The Church of Sts. Sergius and Bacchus in Constantinople and the Monophysite Refugees.” Pages 1-11. jstor.org
Albrecht Berger. “Streets and Public Spaces in Constantinople.” Pages 161-172. jstor.org
Paul E. Chevedden. “The Invention of the Counterweight Trebuchet: A Study in Cultural Diffusion.” Pages 71-116. jstor.org
Rémi Labrusse and Nadia Podzemskaia. “Naissance d'une vocation: aux sources de la carrière byzantine de Thomas Whittemore.” Pages 43-69. jstor.org
Paul Magdalino. “The Maritime Neighborhoods of Constantinople: Commercial and Residential Functions, Sixth to Twelfth Centuries.” Pages 209-226. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Gardens and Parks in Constantinople.” Pages 251-264. jstor.org
Henry Maguire and Robert Ousterhout. “Introduction: Constantinople: The Fabric of the City.” Pages 157-159. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “The Triumphal Way of Constantinople and the Golden Gate.” Pages 173-188. jstor.org
Marlia Mundell Mango. “The Commercial Map of Constantinople.” Pages 189-207. jstor.org
George C. Maniatis. “The Organizational Setup and Functioning of the Fish Market in Tenth-Century Constantinople.” Pages 13-42. jstor.org
Kathleen Maxwell. “Paris, Bibliothèque Nationale de France, Codex Grec 54: Modus Operandi of Scribes and Artists in a Palaiologan Gospel Book.” Pages 117-138. jstor.org
John Nesbitt and Eric McGeer. “Nicolas Oikonomides: 1934-2000.” Pages ix-xii. jstor.org
Robert Ousterhout. “Contextualizing the Later Churches of Constantinople: Suggested Methodologies and a Few Examples.” Pages 241-250. jstor.org
Robert Ousterhout, Zeynep Ahunbay, Metin Ahunbay, and Ayşın Özügül. “Study and Restoration of the Zeyrek Camii in Istanbul: First Report, 1997-98.” Pages 265-270. jstor.org
Bissera V. Pentcheva. “Imagined Images: Visions of Salvation and Intercession in a Double-Sided Icon from Poganovo.” Pages 139-153. jstor.org
Susan T. Stevens. “Excavations of an Early Christian Pilgrimage Complex at Bir Ftouha (Carthage).” Pages 271-274. jstor.org
Stephan Westphalen. “The Byzantine Basilica at Priene.” Pages 275-280. jstor.org

1999 (vol. 53)

“Constantinople: The Fabric of the City: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1998.” Pages 351-352. jstor.org
Panagiotis A. Agapitos. “Dreams and the Spatial Aesthetics of Narrative Presentation in "Livistros and Rhodamne".” Pages 111-147. jstor.org
Margaret Alexiou. “Ploys of Performance: Games and Play in the Ptochoprodromic Poems.” Pages 91-109. jstor.org
John Duffy. “Embellishing the Steps: Elements of Presentation and Style in "The Heavenly Ladder" of John Climacus.” Pages 1-17. jstor.org
Antony Eastmond. “Narratives of the Fall: Structure and Meaning in the Genesis Frieze at Hagia Sophia, Trebizond.” Pages 219-236. jstor.org
Cynthia Hahn. “Narrative on the Golden Altar of Sant'Ambrogio in Milan: Presentation and Reception.” Pages 167-187. jstor.org
Christian Hannick. “Exégèse, typologie et rhétorique dans l'hymnographie byzantine.” Pages 207-218. jstor.org
Tomas Hägg. “Photius as a Reader of Hagiography: Selection and Criticism.” Pages 43-58. jstor.org
Mark J. Johnson. “The Lost Royal Portraits of Gerace and Cefalù Cathedrals.” Pages 237-262. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot. “The Amorium Project: The 1997 Study Season.” Pages 333-349. jstor.org
A. R. Littlewood. “The Byzantine Letter of Consolation in the Macedonian and Komnenian Periods.” Pages 19-41. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “The Profane Aesthetic in Byzantine Art and Literature.” Pages 189-205. jstor.org
George C. Maniatis. “Organization, Market Structure, and Modus Operandi of the Private Silk Industry in Tenth-Century Byzantium.” Pages 263-332. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Epigrams in Context: Metrical Inscriptions on Art and Architecture of the Palaiologan Era.” Pages 75-90. jstor.org
Ruth Webb. “The Aesthetics of Sacred Space: Narrative, Metaphor, and Motion in "Ekphraseis" of Church Buildings.” Pages 59-74. jstor.org
Nancy Patterson Ševčenko. “The "Vita" Icon and the Painter as Hagiographer.” Pages 149-165. jstor.org

1998 (vol. 52)

Alexander Alexakis. “The "Dialogue of the Monk and Recluse Moschos concerning the Holy Icons", An Early Iconophile Text.” Pages 187-224. jstor.org
Jeffrey C. Anderson. “Further Prolegomena to a Study of the Pantokrator Psalter: An Unpublished Miniature, Some Restored Losses, and Observations on the Relationship with the Chludov Psalter and Paris Fragment.” Pages 305-321. jstor.org
Michael Angold. “The Autobiographical Impulse in Byzantium.” Pages 225-257. jstor.org
Joëlle Beaucamp. “Les femmes et l'espace public à Byzance: Le cas des tribunaux.” Pages 129-145. jstor.org
James A. Brundage. “Juridical Space: Female Witnesses in Canon Law.” Pages 147-156. jstor.org
Caroline J. Downing. “Wall Paintings from the Baptistery at Stobi, Macedonia, and Early Depictions of Christ and the Evangelists.” Pages 259-280. jstor.org
Sharon E. J. Gerstel. “Painted Sources for Female Piety in Medieval Byzantium.” Pages 89-111. jstor.org
Barbara A. Hanawalt. “Medieval English Women in Rural and Urban Domestic Space.” Pages 19-26. jstor.org
Alexander P. Kazhdan. “Women at Home.” Pages 1-17. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot. “The Amorium Project: The 1996 Excavation Season.” Pages 323-336. jstor.org
Svetlana Popović. “The "Trapeza" in Cenobitic Monasteries: Architectural and Spiritual Contexts.” Pages 281-303. jstor.org
Rochelle Snee. “Gregory Nazianzen's Anastasia Church: Arianism, the Goths, and Hagiography.” Pages 157-186. jstor.org
Robert F. Taft. “Women at Church in Byzantium: Where, When-And Why?.” Pages 27-87. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Women's Space in Byzantine Monasteries.” Pages 113-127. jstor.org

1997 (vol. 51)

“Aesthetics and Presentation in Byzantine Literature, Art, and Music Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1996.” Pages 309-310. jstor.org
“Palestine and Transjordan before Islam Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1995.” Pages 307-308. jstor.org
“The Crusades from the Perspective of Byzantium and the Muslim World Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1997.” Pages 311-312. jstor.org
G. W. Bowersock. “Polytheism and Monotheism in Arabia and the Three Palestines.” Pages 1-10. jstor.org
James Crow and Anthony Bryer. “Survey in Trabzon and Gümüşhane Vilayets, Turkey, 1992-1994.” Pages 283-289. jstor.org
Clive Foss. “Syria in Transition, A. D. 550-750: An Archaeological Approach.” Pages 189-269. jstor.org
Rafael Frankel. “Presses for Oil and Wine in the Southern Levant in the Byzantine Period.” Pages 73-84. jstor.org
David F. Graf. “The "Via Militaris" in Arabia.” Pages 271-281. jstor.org
Sidney H. Griffith. “From Aramaic to Arabic: The Languages of the Monasteries of Palestine in the Byzantine and Early Islamic Periods.” Pages 11-31. jstor.org
Shulamit Hadad. “Oil Lamps from the Third to the Eighth Century C. E. at Scythopolis-Bet Shean.” Pages 147-188. jstor.org
Yizhar Hirschfeld. “Farms and Villages in Byzantine Palestine.” Pages 33-71. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou and Alice-Mary Talbot. “Alexander Petrovich Kazhdan. 1922-1997.” Pages xiii-xvii. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou and Alice-Mary Talbot. “Robert Browning. 1914-1997.” Pages ix-xi. jstor.org
C. S. Lightfoot and Eric A. Ivison. “The Amorium Project: The 1995 Excavation Season.” Pages 291-300. jstor.org
Robert Ousterhout. “Survey of the Byzantine Settlement at Çanli Kilise in Cappadocia: Results of the 1995 and 1996 Seasons.” Pages 301-306. jstor.org
Yoram Tsafrir and Gideon Foerster. “Urbanism at Scythopolis-Bet Shean in the Fourth to Seventh Centuries.” Pages 85-146. jstor.org

1996 (vol. 50)

“Byzantine Court Culture from 829 to 1204: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1994.” Pages 379-380. jstor.org
Margaret A. Alexander, Aïcha Ben Abed-Ben Khader, and Guy P. R. Métraux. “The Corpus of the Mosaics of Tunisia: Carthage Project, 1992-1994.” Pages 361-368. jstor.org
Smiljka Gabelić. “The Archangelos Xorinos, or the Banisher.” Pages 345-360. jstor.org
Geoffrey Greatrex and Jonathan Bardill. “Antiochus the "Praepositus": A Persian Eunuch at the Court of Theodosius II.” Pages 171-197. jstor.org
Philip Grierson. “Six Late Roman Medallions in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 139-145. jstor.org
Peter Hatlie. “The Politics of Salvation: Theodore of Stoudios on Martyrdom ("Martyrion") and Speaking out ("Parrhesid").” Pages 263-287. jstor.org
Nadezhda Kavrus-Hoffmann. “Greek Manuscripts at Dumbarton Oaks: Codicological and Paleographic Description and Analysis.” Pages 289-312. jstor.org
Thalia S. Mantopoulou-Panagiotopoulou. “The Monastery of Aghios Menas in Thessaloniki.” Pages 239-262. jstor.org
Andréas Nicolaïdès. “L'église de la Panagia Arakiotissa à Lagoudéra, Chypre: Etude iconographique des fresques de 1192.” Pages 1-137. jstor.org
Claudia Rapp. “Figures of Female Sanctity: Byzantine Edifying Manuscripts and Their Audience.” Pages 313-344. jstor.org
Michael P. Speidel. “Raising New Units for the Late Roman Army: "Auxilia Palatina".” Pages 163-170. jstor.org
Archer St. Clair. “Evidence for Late Antique Bone and Ivory Carving on the Northeast Slope of the Palatine: The Palatine East Excavation.” Pages 369-374. jstor.org
Archer St. Clair. “Imperial Virtue: Questions of Form and Function in the Case of Four Late Antique Statuettes.” Pages 147-162. jstor.org
Susan T. Stevens. “A New Christian Structure on the Outskirts of Carthage: A Preliminary Report on the 1994 Excavations at Bir Ftouha.” Pages 375-378. jstor.org
Robert F. Taft. “Byzantine Communion Spoons: A Review of the Evidence.” Pages 209-238. jstor.org
David H. Wright. “The Inheritance of the Papyrus Style of Illustration in Early Latin Literary Codices.” Pages 199-208. jstor.org

1995 (vol. 49)

Benjamin Arbel. “Greek Magnates in Venetian Cyprus: The Case of the Synglitico Family.” Pages 325-337. jstor.org
Michel Balard. “The Greeks of Crimea under Genoese Rule in the XIVth and XVth Centuries.” Pages 23-32. jstor.org
John W. Barker. “Introduction.” Pages vii-x. jstor.org
Annemarie Weyl Carr. “Byzantines and Italians on Cyprus: Images from Art.” Pages 339-357. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “From Loot to Scholarship: Changing Modes in the Italian Response to Byzantine Artifacts, ca. 1200-1750.” Pages 237-267. jstor.org
James Hankins. “Renaissance Crusaders: Humanist Crusade Literature in the Age of Mehmed II.” Pages 111-207. jstor.org
S. P. Karpov. “New Documents on the Relations between the Latins and the Local Populations in the Black Sea Area (1392-1462).” Pages 33-41. jstor.org
Alexander Kazhdan. “The Italian and Late Byzantine City.” Pages 1-22. jstor.org
Frances Kianka. “Demetrios Kydones and Italy.” Pages 99-110. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Italy and the Italians in the Political Geography of the Byzantines (14th Century).” Pages 73-98. jstor.org
Chryssa A. Maltezou. “Byzantine "consuetudines" in Venetian Crete.” Pages 269-280. jstor.org
Klaus-Peter Matschke. “The Notaras Family and Its Italian Connections.” Pages 59-72. jstor.org
Robert S. Nelson. “The Italian Appreciation and Appropriation of Illuminated Byzantine Manuscripts, ca. 1200-1450.” Pages 209-235. jstor.org
Nikolaos M. Panagiotakes. “The Italian Background of Early Cretan Literature.” Pages 281-323. jstor.org
Louise Buenger Robbert. “Rialto Businessmen and Constantinople, 1204-61.” Pages 43-58. jstor.org

1994 (vol. 48)

“Byzantium and the Italians, Thirteenth to Fifteenth Centuries: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1993.” Pages 279-280. jstor.org
Joseph Alchermes. “Spolia in Roman Cities of the Late Empire: Legislative Rationales and Architectural Reuse.” Pages 167-178. jstor.org
Alexander Alexakis. “A Florilegium in the Life of Nicetas of Medicion and a Letter of Theodore of Studios.” Pages 179-197. jstor.org
Jeffrey C. Anderson. “The Palimpsest Psalter, Pantokrator Cod. 61: Its Content and Relationship to the Bristol Psalter.” Pages 199-220. jstor.org
John Cotsonis. “The Virgin with the "Tongues of Fire" on Byzantine Lead Seals.” Pages 221-227. jstor.org
Thomas E. A. Dale. “Inventing a Sacred Past: Pictorial Narratives of St. Mark the Evangelist in Aquileia and Venice, ca. 1000-1300.” Pages 53-104. jstor.org
Clive Foss. “The Lycian Coast in the Byzantine Age.” Pages 1-52. jstor.org
Ernest J. W. Hawkins and Liz James. “The East Dome of San Marco, Venice: A Reconsideration.” Pages 229-242. jstor.org
Wolfram Hörandner. “A Cycle of Epigrams on the Lord's Feasts in Cod. Marc. Gr. 524.” Pages 117-133. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Epigrams, Art, and the "Macedonian Renaissance".” Pages 105-115. jstor.org
Robert Mark and Ahmet S. Cakmak. “Mechanical Tests of Material from the Hagia Sophia Dome.” Pages 277-278. jstor.org
Steven E. Sidebotham. “University of Delaware Fieldwork in the Eastern Desert of Egypt, 1993.” Pages 263-275. jstor.org
David J. Stanley. “New Discoveries at Santa Costanza.” Pages 257-261. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Epigrams of Manuel Philes on the Theotokos tes Peges and Its Art.” Pages 135-165. jstor.org
Erich Trapp. “Lexicographical Notes, Illustrating Continuity and Change in Medieval Greek.” Pages 243-255. jstor.org

1993 (vol. 47)

“Byzantine Civilization in the Light of Contemporary Scholarship: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1991.” Pages 287-288. jstor.org
“Law and Society in Byzantium, 9th-12th Century: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1992.” Pages 289-290. jstor.org
Margaret Alexiou. “Writing against Silence: Antithesis and Ekphrasis in the Prose Fiction of Georgios Vizyenos.” Pages 263-286. jstor.org
Joëlle Beaucamp. “Organisation domestique et rôles sexuels: Les papyrus byzantins.” Pages 185-194. jstor.org
Catia Galatariotou. “Travel and Perception in Byzantium.” Pages 221-241. jstor.org
John Haldon. “Military Service, Military Lands, and the Status of Soldiers: Current Problems and Interpretations.” Pages 1-67. jstor.org
Ioli Kalavrezou, Nicolette Trahoulia, and Shalom Sabar. “Critique of the Emperor in the Vatican Psalter gr. 752.” Pages 195-219. jstor.org
Alexander Kazhdan. “State, Feudal, and Private Economy in Byzantium.” Pages 83-100. jstor.org
Herbert L. Kessler. “Kurt Weitzmann. 1904-1993.” Pages xix-xxiii. jstor.org
Jacques Lefort. “Rural Economy and Social Relations in the Countryside.” Pages 101-113. jstor.org
Jakov N. Ljubarskij. “New Trends in the Study of Byzantine Historiography.” Pages 131-138. jstor.org
Henry Maguire and Nancy Ševčenko. “Doula Mouriki. 1934-1991.” Pages xiii-xvi. jstor.org
George P. Majeska. “John Meyendorff. 1926-1992.” Pages ix-xi. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Continuities and Discontinuities in Byzantine Religious Thought.” Pages 69-81. jstor.org
Jean-Pierre Sodini. “La contribution de l'archéologie à la connaissance du monde byzantin (IVe-VIIe siècles).” Pages 139-184. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “The Restoration of Constantinople under Michael VIII.” Pages 243-261. jstor.org
Erich Trapp. “Learned and Vernacular Literature in Byzantium: Dichotomy or Symbiosis?.” Pages 115-129. jstor.org

1992 (vol. 46)

Robert Browning. “A Fourteenth-Century Prose Version of the "Odyssey".” Pages 27-36. jstor.org
Giles Constable. “Dictators and Diplomats in the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries: Medieval Epistolography and the Birth of Modern Bureaucracy.” Pages 37-46. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Some Talk of Alexander.” Pages 1-4. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Πᾶς οἶϰος Ἰσραήλ: Ezekiel and the Politics of Resurrection in Tenth-Century Byzantium.” Pages 47-58. jstor.org
Gilbert Dagron. “L'ombre d'un doute: L'hagiographie en question, VIe-XIe siècle.” Pages 59-68. jstor.org
Simon Franklin. “Bibliography of Works by Alexander Kazhdan.” Pages 5-26. jstor.org
Simon Franklin. “Greek in Kievan Rus'.” Pages 69-81. jstor.org
Stephen Gero. “The Alexander Legend in Byzantium: Some Literary Gleanings.” Pages 83-87. jstor.org
Aaron Gurevich. “Why am I not a Byzantinist?.” Pages 89-96. jstor.org
Judith Herrin. “"Femina Byzantina": The Council in Trullo on Women.” Pages 97-105. jstor.org
Herbert Hunger. “Der "homo byzantinus" und das Bleisiegel.” Pages 117-128. jstor.org
Wolfram Hörandner. “Ein Zyklus von Epigrammen zu Darstellungen von Herrenfesten und Wunderszenen.” Pages 107-115. jstor.org
Sergei A. Ivanov. “Slavic Jesters and the Byzantine Hippodrome.” Pages 129-132. jstor.org
Patricia Karlin-Hayter. “Further Notes on Byzantine Marriage: Raptus-ἁρπαγή or μνηστεῖαι?.” Pages 133-154. jstor.org
Frances Kianka. “The Letters of Demetrios Kydones to Empress Helena Kantakouzene Palaiologina.” Pages 155-164. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Imperial Marriages and Their Critics in the Eleventh Century: The Case of Skylitzes.” Pages 165-176. jstor.org
Jakov Nikolaevič Ljubarskij. “Man in Byzantine Historiography from John Malalas to Michael Psellos.” Pages 177-186. jstor.org
R. J. Macrides. “Bad Historian or Good Lawyer? Demetrios Chomatenos and Novel 131.” Pages 187-196. jstor.org
Paul Magdalino. “Eros the King and the King of "Amours:" Some Observations on "Hysmine and Hysminias".” Pages 197-204. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “The Mosaics of Nea Moni: An Imperial Reading.” Pages 205-214. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Diabolus Byzantinus.” Pages 215-223. jstor.org
Athanasios Markopoulos. “An Anonymous Laudatory Poem in Honor of Basil I.” Pages 225-232. jstor.org
Margaret Mullett. “The Madness of Genre.” Pages 233-243. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “The First Century of the Monastery of Hosios Loukas.” Pages 245-255. jstor.org
Evelyne Patlagean. “De la Chasse et du Souverain.” Pages 257-263. jstor.org
Fëdor Poljakov. “Ein neues Zeugnis über Ignatij von Smolensk und die russische Kolonie in Konstantinopel im ausgehenden 14. Jahrhundert.” Pages 265-269. jstor.org
Andrzej Poppe. “Once Again concerning the Baptism of Olga, Archontissa of Rus'.” Pages 271-277. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “Empress Theodora Palaiologina, Wife of Michael VIII.” Pages 295-303. jstor.org
Robert W. Thomson. “"Let Now the Astrologers Stand up": The Armenian Christian Reaction to Astrology and Divination.” Pages 305-312. jstor.org
Annabel Jane Wharton. “The Baptistery of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem and the Politics of Sacred Landscape.” Pages 313-325. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Search for the Past in Byzantium around the Year 800.” Pages 279-293. jstor.org

1991 (vol. 45)

“The Holy Image: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1990.” Pages 173-174. jstor.org
Sarah Guberti Bassett. “The Antiquities in the Hippodrome of Constantinople.” Pages 87-96. jstor.org
Hans Belting. “Otto Demus. 1902-1990.” Pages vii-xi. jstor.org
Gilbert Dagron. “Holy Images and Likeness.” Pages 23-33. jstor.org
Susanna Elm. “Evagrius Ponticus' "Sententiae ad Virginem".” Pages 97-120. jstor.org
Lucy-Anne Hunt. “Art and Colonialism: The Mosaics of the Church of the Nativity in Bethlehem (1169) and the Problem of "Crusader" Art.” Pages 69-85. jstor.org
Alexander Kazhdan and Henry Maguire. “Byzantine Hagiographical Texts as Sources on Art.” Pages 1-22. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “André Grabar. 1896-1990.” Pages xiii-xv. jstor.org
Eric McGeer. “Tradition and Reality in the "Taktika" of Nikephoros Ouranos.” Pages 129-140. jstor.org
Robert S. Nelson and John Lowden. “The Palaeologina Group: Additional Manuscripts and New Questions.” Pages 59-68. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “The Holy Icon as an Asset.” Pages 35-44. jstor.org
David M. Olster. “The Date of George of Pisidia's "Hexaemeron".” Pages 159-172. jstor.org
Thanasis Papazotos. “The Identification of the Church of "Profitis Elias" in Thessaloniki.” Pages 121-127. jstor.org
Silvia Ronchey. “An Introduction to Eustathios' "Exegesis in Canonem Iambicum".” Pages 149-158. jstor.org
J. M. Wagstaff. “Further Observations on the Location of Grand Magne.” Pages 141-148. jstor.org
Nancy Patterson Ševčenko. “Icons in the Liturgy.” Pages 45-57. jstor.org

1990 (vol. 44)

“The Byzantine Family and Household: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium, May 5-7, 1989.” Pages 225-226. jstor.org
Mark C. Bartusis. “On the Problem of Smallholding Soldiers in Late Byzantium.” Pages 1-26. jstor.org
E. A. Hammel. “Demographic Constraints on the Formation of Traditional Balkan Households.” Pages 173-186. jstor.org
Ioli Kalavrezou. “Images of the Mother: When the Virgin Mary Became "Meter Theou".” Pages 165-172. jstor.org
Alexander Kazhdan. “Byzantine Hagiography and Sex in the Fifth to Twelfth Centuries.” Pages 131-143. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Introduction.” Pages 97-98. jstor.org
Gennadij G. Litavrin. “Family Relations and Family Law in the Byzantine Countryside of the Eleventh Century: An Analysis of the Praktikon of 1073.” Pages 187-193. jstor.org
L. S. B. MacCoull. “The Paschal Letter of Alexander II, Patriarch of Alexandria: A Greek Defense of Coptic Theology under Arab Rule.” Pages 27-40. jstor.org
R. J. Macrides. “Kinship by Arrangement: The Case of Adoption.” Pages 109-118. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Garments Pleasing to God: The Significance of Domestic Textile Designs in the Early Byzantine Period.” Pages 215-224. jstor.org
Cyril Mango, E. J. W. Hawkins, and Susan Boyd. “The Monastery of St. Chrysostomos at Koutsovendis (Cyprus) and Its Wall Paintings. Part I: Description.” Pages 63-94. jstor.org
Zvi Uri Maʿoz. “The "Praetorium" at Musmiye, Again.” Pages 41-46. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Christian Marriage in Byzantium: The Canonical and Liturgical Tradition.” Pages 99-107. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “The Contents of the Byzantine House from the Eleventh to the Fifteenth Century.” Pages 205-214. jstor.org
Klaus Rheidt. “Byzantinische Wohnhäuser des 11. bis 14. Jahrhunderts in Pergamon.” Pages 195-204. jstor.org
Helen Saradi-Mendelovici. “Christian Attitudes toward Pagan Monuments in Late Antiquity and Their Legacy in Later Byzantine Centuries.” Pages 47-61. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Talbot. “The Byzantine Family and the Monastery.” Pages 119-129. jstor.org
Gary Vikan. “Art and Marriage in Early Byzantium.” Pages 145-163. jstor.org

1989 (vol. 43)

“Byzantium and the Caucasus: Confrontation and Interaction between the Empire, Armenia, and Iberia: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1988.” Pages 241-243. jstor.org
Jelisaveta Allen, Nina Garsoïan, Ihor Ševčenko, and Robert W. Thomson. “Sirarpie Der Nersessian: 1896-1989.” Pages ix-xi. jstor.org
Reuven Amitai. “Notes on the Ayyūbid Inscriptions at al-Ṣubayba (Qalʿat Nimrūd).” Pages 113-119. jstor.org
Charles M. Brand. “The Turkish Element in Byzantium, Eleventh-Twelfth Centuries.” Pages 1-25. jstor.org
Bernard Coulie and John W. Nesbitt. “A Bilingual Rarity in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection of Lead Seals: A Greek/Armenian Bulla of the Later 10th/Early 11th Centuries.” Pages 121-123. jstor.org
Ronnie Ellenblum. “Who Built Qalʿat al-Ṣubayba?.” Pages 103-112. jstor.org
Catherine Harding. “The Production of Medieval Mosaics: The Orvieto Evidence.” Pages 73-102. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Paul Emile Lemerle: 1903-1989.” Pages xiii-xv. jstor.org
David Pingree. “Classical and Byzantine Astrology in Sassanian Persia.” Pages 227-239. jstor.org
Robert W. Thomson. “The Historical Compilation of Vardan Arewelcʿi.” Pages 125-226. jstor.org
James Trilling. “The Soul of the Empire: Style and Meaning in the Mosaic Pavement of the Byzantine Imperial Palace in Constantinople.” Pages 27-72. jstor.org

1988 (vol. 42)

“Byzantium and the Barbarians in Late Antiquity: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1985.” Pages 195-196. jstor.org
“Mount Athos: Dumbarton Oaks Symposium 1987.” Pages 197-198. jstor.org
Kathleen Corrigan. “The Witness of John the Baptist on an Early Byzantine Icon in Kiev.” Pages 1-11. jstor.org
Robert W. Edwards. “The Vale of Kola: A Final Preliminary Report on the Marchlands of Northeast Turkey.” Pages 119-141. jstor.org
Joseph D. C. Frendo. “History and Panegyric in the Age of Heraclius: The Literary Background to the Composition of the "Histories" of Theophylact Simocatta.” Pages 143-156. jstor.org
Mark J. Johnson. “Toward a History of Theoderic's Building Program.” Pages 73-96. jstor.org
Paul Magdalino. “The Bath of Leo the Wise and the "Macedonian Renaissance" Revisited: Topography, Iconography, Ceremonial, Ideology.” Pages 97-118. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Mount Athos in the Fourteenth Century: Spiritual and Intellectual Legacy.” Pages 157-165. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “Mount Athos: Levels of Literacy.” Pages 167-178. jstor.org
Robert F. Taft. “Mount Athos: A Late Chapter in the History of the Byzantine Rite.” Pages 179-194. jstor.org
Ann Terry. “The Sculpture at the Cathedral of Eufrasius in Poreč.” Pages 13-64. jstor.org
Natalia Teteriatnikov. “Upper-Story Chapels Near the Sanctuary in Churches of the Christian East.” Pages 65-72. jstor.org

1987 (vol. 41)

Margaret A. Alexander. “Mosaic Ateliers at Tabarka.” Pages 1-11. jstor.org
Xavier Barral i Altet. “Poésie et iconographie: Un pavement du XIIe siècle décrit par Baudri de Bourgueil.” Pages 41-54. jstor.org
Larry Ayres. “An Italian Romanesque Manuscript of Hrabanus Maurus' "De laudibus Sanctae Crucis" and the Gregorian Reform.” Pages 13-27. jstor.org
Clara Bargellini. “The Tremiti Mosaic and Eleventh-Century Floor Decoration in Eastern Italy.” Pages 29-40. jstor.org
Hans Belting. “Eine Privatkapelle im frühmittelalterlichen Rom.” Pages 55-69. jstor.org
Robert P. Bergman. “The Frescoes of Santissima Annunciata in Minuto (Amalfi).” Pages 71-83. jstor.org
Carlo Bertelli. “Un altro serpente in S. Ambrogio.” Pages 85-87. jstor.org
Herbert Bloch. “Origin and Fate of the Bronze Doors of Abbot Desiderius of Monte Cassino.” Pages 89-102. jstor.org
Beat Brenk. “Spolia from Constantine to Charlemagne: Aesthetics versus Ideology.” Pages 103-109. jstor.org
Rebecca W. Corrie. “The Seitenstetten Missal and the Persistence of Italo-Byzantine Influence at Salzburg.” Pages 111-123. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Under the Sign of the Deēsis: On the Question of Representativeness in Medieval Art and Literature.” Pages 145-154. jstor.org
Otto Demus. “San Marco Revisited.” Pages 155-156. jstor.org
Erica Cruikshank Dodd. “Three Early Byzantine Silver Crosses.” Pages 165-179. jstor.org
Paul Corby Finney. “Images on Finger Rings and Early Christian Art.” Pages 181-186. jstor.org
Clive Foss. “St. Autonomus and His Church in Bithynia.” Pages 187-198. jstor.org
Julian Gardner. “An Introduction to the Iconography of the Medieval Italian City Gate.” Pages 199-213. jstor.org
Dorothy F. Glass. “Pseudo-Augustine, Prophets, and Pulpits in Campania.” Pages 215-226. jstor.org
Anna Gonosová. “The Formation and Sources of Early Byzantine Floral Semis and Floral Diaper Patterns Reexamined.” Pages 227-237. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Une réflexion d'Eschyle sur l'art de son temps, et l'évolution de l'art byzantin.” Pages 239-242. jstor.org
Oleg Grabar. “The Date and Meaning of Mshatta.” Pages 243-247. jstor.org
George M. A. Hanfmann. “The Scylla of Corvey and Her Ancestors.” Pages 249-260. jstor.org
Harald Keller. “Zum Sogenannten Reliquienschrein Ottos des Grossen in Quedlinburg.” Pages 261-264. jstor.org
Herbert L. Kessler. “The Meeting of Peter and Paul in Rome: An Emblematic Narrative of Spiritual Brotherhood.” Pages 265-275. jstor.org
W. Eugene Kleinbauer. “The Double-Shell Tetraconch Building at Perge in Pamphylia and the Origin of the Architectural Genus.” Pages 277-293. jstor.org
Ruth E. Kolarik. “Mosaics of the Early Church at Stobi.” Pages 295-306. jstor.org
Christine Kondoleon. “A Gold Pendant in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.” Pages 307-316. jstor.org
Richard Krautheimer. “A Note on the Inscription in the Apse of Old St. Peter's.” Pages 317-320. jstor.org
Jacqueline Lafontaine-Dosogne. “Pour une problématique de la peinture d'Église byzantine a l'époque iconoclaste.” Pages 321-337. jstor.org
Bruno Lavagnini. “L'epigramma e il committente.” Pages 339-350. jstor.org
Eunice Dauterman Maguire. “Range and Repertory in Capital Design.” Pages 351-361. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Adam and the Animals: Allegory and the Literal Sense in Early Christian Art.” Pages 363-373. jstor.org
Penelope C. Mayo. “Vasa Sacra: Apostolic Authority and Episcopal Prestige in the Eleventh-Century Bari Benedictional.” Pages 375-389. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Wisdom-Sophia: Contrasting Approaches to a Complex Theme.” Pages 391-401. jstor.org
Doula Mouriki. “A Thirteenth-Century Icon with A Variant of the Hodegetria in the Byzantine Museum of Athens.” Pages 403-414. jstor.org
Florentine Mütherich. “Das Verzeichnis eines griechischen Bilderzyklus in dem st. Galler codex 48.” Pages 415-423. jstor.org
Bezalel Narkiss. “The "Main Plane" as a Compositional Element in the Style of the Macedonian Renaissance and Its Origins.” Pages 425-441. jstor.org
Lawrence Nees. “Theodulf's Mythical Silver Hercules Vase, Poetica Vanitas, and the Augustinian Critique of the Roman Heritage.” Pages 443-451. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “Two Miracles of the Virgin in the Poems of Gautier de Coincy.” Pages 157-163. jstor.org
Per Jonas Nordhagen. “Icons Designed for the Display of Sumptuous Votive Gifts.” Pages 453-460. jstor.org
James Trilling. “Late Antique and Sub-Antique, or the "Decline of Form" Reconsidered.” Pages 469-476. jstor.org
William Tronzo, Irving Lavin, and Hans Belting. “Preface.” Pages xi-xvi. jstor.org
William Tronzo. “Setting and Structure in Two Roman Wall Decorations of the Early Middle Ages.” Pages 477-492. jstor.org
David H. Wright. “The True Face of Constantine the Great.” Pages 493-507. jstor.org
Slobodan Ćurčić. “Some Palatine Aspects of the Cappella Palatina in Palermo.” Pages 125-144. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “An Early Tenth-Century Inscription from Galakrenai with Echoes from Nonnos and the Palatine Anthology.” Pages 461-468. jstor.org

1986 (vol. 40)

Mark C. Bartusis. “ἘΞΑΛΕΙΜΜΑ: Escheat in Byzantium.” Pages 55-81. jstor.org
Frank M. Clover. “Felix Karthago.” Pages 1-16. jstor.org
Alexander Demandt. “Der Kelch von Ardabur und Anthusa.” Pages 113-117. jstor.org
Robert W. Edwards. “The Fortifications of Artvin: A Second Preliminary Report on the Marchlands of Northeast Turkey.” Pages 165-182. jstor.org
David Jacoby. “The Kingdom of Jerusalem and the Collapse of Hohenstaufen Power in the Levant.” Pages 83-101. jstor.org
Anthony Luttrell. “John V's Daughters: A Palaiologan Puzzle.” Pages 103-112. jstor.org
Michael Maas. “Roman History and Christian Ideology in Justinianic Reform Legislation.” Pages 17-31. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomidès. “Silk Trade and Production in Byzantium from the Sixth to the Ninth Century: The Seals of Kommerkiarioi.” Pages 33-53. jstor.org
Ann Terry. “The "Opus Sectile" in the Eufrasius Cathedral at Poreč.” Pages 147-164. jstor.org
Yoram Tsafrir. “The Maps Used by Theodosius: On the Pilgrim Maps of the Holy Land and Jerusalem in the Sixth Century C. E..” Pages 129-145. jstor.org
Sara M. Wages. “A Note on the Dumbarton Oaks "Tethys Mosaic".” Pages 119-128. jstor.org
David H. Wright. “Byzantine Art and Literature around the Year 800: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1984.” Pages 183-185. jstor.org

1985 (vol. 39)

Leslie Brubaker. “Politics, Patronage, and Art in Ninth-Century Byzantium: The "Homilies" of Gregory of Nazianzus in Paris (B. N. gr. 510).” Pages 1-13. jstor.org
Robert W. Edwards. “Medieval Architecture in the Oltu-Penek Valley: A Preliminary Report on the Marchlands of Northeast Turkey.” Pages 15-37. jstor.org
Gianfranco Fiaccadori. “Cassiodorus and the School of Nisibis.” Pages 135-137. jstor.org
Israel Finkelstein and Asher Ovadiah. “Byzantine Monastic Remains in the Southern Sinai.” Pages 39-79. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou. “Peter Charanis, 1908-1985.” Pages xiii-xv. jstor.org
Thomas F. Mathews and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “Notes on the Atik Mustafa Paşa Camii in Istanbul and Its Frescoes.” Pages 125-134. jstor.org
Hans Eberhard Mayer. “The Succession to Baldwin II of Jerusalem: English Impact on the East.” Pages 139-147. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomidès. “Some Remarks on the Apse Mosaic of St. Sophia.” Pages 111-115. jstor.org
Robert Ousterhout. “A Sixteenth-Century Visitor to the Chora.” Pages 117-124. jstor.org
John Rosser. “Excavations at Saranda Kolones, Paphos, Cyprus, 1981-1983.” Pages 81-97. jstor.org
Roger D. Scott. “Malalas, The Secret History, and Justinian's Propaganda.” Pages 99-109. jstor.org

1984 (vol. 38)

Gerhard Baader. “Early Medieval Latin Adaptations of Byzantine Medicine in Western Europe.” Pages 251-259. jstor.org
Barry Baldwin. “Beyond the House Call: Doctors in Early Byzantine History and Politics.” Pages 15-19. jstor.org
Lawrence J. Bliquez. “Two Lists of Greek Surgical Instruments and the State of Surgery in Byzantine Times.” Pages 187-204. jstor.org
Michael Dols. “Insanity in Byzantine and Islamic Medicine.” Pages 135-148. jstor.org
Anne-Marie Doyen-Higuet. “The "Hippiatrica" and Byzantine Veterinary Medicine.” Pages 111-120. jstor.org
John Duffy. “Byzantine Medicine in the Sixth and Seventh Centuries: Aspects of Teaching and Practice.” Pages 21-27. jstor.org
Susan Ashbrook Harvey. “Physicians and Ascetics in John of Ephesus: An Expedient Alliance.” Pages 87-93. jstor.org
Armin Hohlweg. “John Actuarius' "De methodo medendi"-On the New Edition.” Pages 121-133. jstor.org
A. Kazhdan. “The Image of the Medical Doctor in Byzantine Literature of the Tenth to Twelfth Centuries.” Pages 43-51. jstor.org
Elinor Lieber. “Asaf's "Book of Medicines": A Hebrew Encyclopedia of Greek and Jewish Medicine, Possibly Compiled in Byzantium on an Indian Model.” Pages 233-249. jstor.org
Timothy S. Miller. “Byzantine Hospitals.” Pages 53-63. jstor.org
Vivian Nutton. “From Galen to Alexander, Aspects of Medicine and Medical Practice in Late Antiquity.” Pages 1-14. jstor.org
Robert Renehan. “Meletius' Chapter on the Eyes: An Unidentified Source.” Pages 159-168. jstor.org
John M. Riddle. “Byzantine Commentaries on Dioscorides.” Pages 95-102. jstor.org
Emilie Savage-Smith. “Hellenistic and Byzantine Ophthalmology: Trachoma and Sequelae.” Pages 169-186. jstor.org
John Scarborough. “Early Byzantine Pharmacology.” Pages 213-232. jstor.org
John Scarborough. “Symposium on Byzantine Medicine: Introduction.” Pages ix-xvi. jstor.org
Joseph A. M. Sonderkamp. “Theophanes Nonnus: Medicine in the Circle of Constantine Porphyrogenitus.” Pages 29-41. jstor.org
Jerry Stannard. “Aspects of Byzantine Materia Medica.” Pages 205-211. jstor.org
Jean Théodoridès. “Rabies in Byzantine Medicine.” Pages 149-158. jstor.org
Robert B. Todd. “Philosophy and Medicine in John Philoponus' Commentary on Aristotle's "De Anima".” Pages 103-110. jstor.org
Gary Vikan. “Art, Medicine, and Magic in Early Byzantium.” Pages 65-86. jstor.org

1983 (vol. 37)

David Abulafia. “The Crown and the Economy under Roger II and His Successors.” Pages 1-14. jstor.org
Giles Constable. “Dumbarton Oaks and Byzantine Field Work.” Pages 171-176. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “The Dumbarton Oaks Psalter and New Testament. The Iconography of the Moscow Leaf.” Pages 35-46. jstor.org
Robert W. Edwards. “Ecclesiastical Architecture in the Fortifications of Armenian Cilicia: Second Report.” Pages 123-146. jstor.org
Ann Wharton Epstein. “The Date and Significance of the Cathedral of Canosa in Apulia, South Italy.” Pages 79-90. jstor.org
Benjamin Z. Kedar. “Gerard of Nazareth a Neglected Twelfth-Century Writer in the Latin East: A Contribution to the Intellectual and Monastic History of the Crusader States.” Pages 55-77. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “Art in Norman Sicily: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1981.” Pages 167-170. jstor.org
Kathleen Maxwell. “Another Lectionary of the "Atelier" of the Palaiologina, Vat. gr. 352.” Pages 47-54. jstor.org
Kathleen E. McVey. “The Domed Church as Microcosm: Literary Roots of An Architectural Symbol.” Pages 91-121. jstor.org
John W. Nesbitt. “Byzantine Lead Seals from Aphrodisias.” Pages 159-164. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “The Usual Lead Seal.” Pages 147-157. jstor.org
Julian Raby. “Mehmed the Conqueror's Greek Scriptorium.” Pages 15-34. jstor.org
Michael Vickers. “A Painted Window in Saint Sophia at Istanbul.” Pages 165-166. jstor.org

1982 (vol. 36)

“East of Byzantium: Syria and Armenia in the Formative Period. Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1980.” Pages 227-228. jstor.org
Jeffrey C. Anderson. “The Seraglio Octateuch and the Kokkinobaphos Master.” Pages 83-114. jstor.org
Annemarie Weyl Carr. “A Group of Provincial Manuscripts from the Twelfth Century.” Pages 39-81. jstor.org
Dimitri E. Conomos. “The Monastery of Putna and the Musical Tradition of Moldavia in the Sixteenth Century.” Pages 15-28. jstor.org
Jean Durliat. “Taxes sur l'entrée des marchandises dans la cité de Carales-Cagliari à l'époque byzantine (582-602).” Pages 1-14. jstor.org
Robert W. Edwards. “Ecclesiastical Architecture in the Fortifications of Armenian Cilicia.” Pages 155-176. jstor.org
Jaroslav Folda, Pamela French, Fresco Conservator, and Pierre Coupel. “Crusader Frescoes at Crac des Chevaliers and Marqab Castle.” Pages 177-210. jstor.org
Henry and Renée Kahane. “The Western Impact on Byzantium: The Linguistic Evidence.” Pages 127-153. jstor.org
Angela Constantinides Hero. “Some Notes on the Letters of Gregory Akindynos.” Pages 221-226. jstor.org
John Lowden. “The Production of the Vatopedi Octateuch.” Pages 115-126. jstor.org
Carl Nordenfalk. “Canon Tables on Papyrus.” Pages 29-38. jstor.org
W. B. R. Saunders. “The Aachen Reliquary of Eustathius Maleinus, 969-970.” Pages 211-219. jstor.org

1980 (vol. 34/35)

Hans Belting. “An Image and Its Function in the Liturgy: The Man of Sorrows in Byzantium.” Pages 1-16. jstor.org
James D. Breckenridge. “Christ on the Lyre-Backed Throne.” Pages 247-260. jstor.org
Anthony Cutler. “Liturgical Strata in the Marginal Psalters.” Pages 17-30. jstor.org
Angeliki E. Laiou-Thomadakis. “The Byzantine Economy in the Mediterranean Trade System; Thirteenth-Fifteenth Centuries.” Pages 177-222. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “The Iconography of Symeon with the Christ Child in Byzantine Art.” Pages 261-269. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Byzantine Liturgy: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1979.” Pages 271-272. jstor.org
Doula Mouriki. “Stylistic Trends in Monumental Painting of Greece during the Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries.” Pages 77-124. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “St. George of Mangana, Maria Skleraina, and the "Malyj Sion" of Novgorod.” Pages 239-246. jstor.org
Irfan Shahîd. “Heraclius πιστὸς ἐν Χριστῷ βασιλεύς.” Pages 225-237. jstor.org
Robert Taft. “The Liturgy of the Great Church: An Initial Synthesis of Structure and Interpretation on the Eve of Iconoclasm.” Pages 45-75. jstor.org
Michael D. Taylor. “A Historiated Tree of Jesse.” Pages 125-176. jstor.org
José Grosdidier de Matons. “Liturgie et Hymnographie: Kontakion et Canon.” Pages 31-43. jstor.org

1979 (vol. 33)

Otto Demus. “Venetian Mosaics and Their Byzantine Sources: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1978.” Pages 337-343. jstor.org
Øystein Hjort. “The Sculpture of Kariye Camii.” Pages 199-289. jstor.org
Kenneth G. Holum and Gary Vikan. “The Trier Ivory, "Adventus" Ceremonial, and the Relics of St. Stephen.” Pages 113-133. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “The Monastery of St. Constantine on Lake Apolyont.” Pages 329-333. jstor.org
Agostino Pertusi. “Venezia e Bisanzio: 1000-1204.” Pages 1-22. jstor.org
Irfan Shahîd. “Byzantium in South Arabia.” Pages 23-94. jstor.org
Warren T. Treadgold. “The Chronological Accuracy of the "Chronicle" of Symeon the Logothete for the Years 813-845.” Pages 157-197. jstor.org
Yoram Tsafrir, Yizhar Hirschfeld, Rina Drory, and Joseph Drory. “The Church and Mosaics at Ḥorvat Berachot, Israel.” Pages 291-326. jstor.org
Michael Vickers. “A Sixth-Century Byzantine Source for a Venetian Gothic Relief in Vienna.” Pages 335-336. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “Illustrations to the Lives of the Five Martyrs of Sebaste.” Pages 95-112. jstor.org
David H. Wright. “The Canon Tables of the Codex Beneventanus and Related Decoration.” Pages 135-155. jstor.org

1978 (vol. 32)

Jeffrey C. Anderson. “Cod. Vat. Gr. 463 and an Eleventh-Century Byzantine Painting Center.” Pages 175-196. jstor.org
Barry Baldwin. “Menander Protector.” Pages 99-125. jstor.org
Evangelos K. Chrysos. “The Title Βασιλεύς in Early Byzantine International Relations.” Pages 29-75. jstor.org
Ivan Dujčev. “On the Treaty of 927 with the Bulgarians.” Pages 217-295. jstor.org
Anna Gonosová. “A Study of an Enamel Fragment in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 327-333. jstor.org
Thalia Gouma-Peterson. “Christ as Ministrant and the Priest as Ministrant of Christ in a Palaeologan Program of 1303.” Pages 197-216. jstor.org
Paul Magdalino. “Byzantine Churches of Selymbria.” Pages 309-318. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “The "Half-Cone" Vault of St. Stephen at Gaza.” Pages 319-325. jstor.org
George P. Majeska. “Notes on the Archeology of St. Sophia at Constantinople: The Green Marble Bands on the Floor.” Pages 299-308. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ihor Ševčenko. “Some Recently Acquired Byzantine Inscriptions at the Istanbul Archaeological Museum.” Pages 1-27. jstor.org
Dimitri Obolensky. “A "Philorhomaios Anthropos": Metropolitan Cyprian of Kiev and All Russia (1375-1406).” Pages 77-98. jstor.org
Lennart Rydén. “The Date of the "Life of Andreas Salos".” Pages 127-155. jstor.org
Denis F. Sullivan. “The Versions of the "Vita Niconis".” Pages 157-173. jstor.org

1977 (vol. 31)

“Urban Societies in the Mediterranean World. Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1976.” Pages 351-351. jstor.org
Barry Baldwin. “Malchus of Philadelphia.” Pages 89-107. jstor.org
Robin Cormack and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul: The Rooms above the Southwest Vestibule and Ramp.” Pages 175-251. jstor.org
Gilbert Dagron. “Le christianisme dans la ville byzantine.” Pages 1-25. jstor.org
Luba Eleen. “Acts Illustration in Italy and Byzantium.” Pages 253-278. jstor.org
Clive Foss. “Late Antique and Byzantine Ankara.” Pages 27-87. jstor.org
Ioli Kalavrezou-Maxeiner. “Eudokia Makrembolitissa and the Romanos Ivory.” Pages 305-325. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “The Depiction of Sorrow in Middle Byzantine Art.” Pages 123-174. jstor.org
John W. Nesbitt. “Double Names on Early Byzantine Lead Seals.” Pages 109-121. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “John VII Palaeologus and the Ivory Pyxis at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 329-337. jstor.org
Suzanne Spain. “The Translation of Relics Ivory, Trier.” Pages 279-304. jstor.org
Warren T. Treadgold. “The Preface of the "Bibliotheca" of Photius: Text, Translation, and Commentary.” Pages 343-349. jstor.org
Elizabeth A. Zachariadou. “John VII (Alias Andronicus) Palaeologus.” Pages 339-342. jstor.org

1976 (vol. 30)

Irina Andreescu. “Torcello. III. La chronologie relative des mosaïques pariétales.” Pages 245-341. jstor.org
Herbert Bloch. “Monte Cassino. Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1975.” Pages 381-383. jstor.org
George Lapithes and David Pingree. “The Byzantine Version of the "Toledan Tables": The Work of George Lapithes?.” Pages 85-132. jstor.org
Philip Mayerson. “An Inscription in the Monastery of St. Catherine and the Martyr Tradition in Sinai.” Pages 375-379. jstor.org
A. H. S. Megaw. “Excavations at the Episcopal Basilica of Kourion in Cyprus in 1974 and 1975: A Preliminary Report.” Pages 345-371. jstor.org
Francis Newton. “The Desiderian Scriptorium at Monte Cassino: The "Chronicle" and Some Surviving Manuscripts.” Pages 35-54. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “Leo VI and the Narthex Mosaic of Saint Sophia.” Pages 151-172. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “Leo VI's Legislation of 907 Forbidding Fourth Marriages: An Interpolation in the "Procheiros Nomos" (IV, 25-27).” Pages 173-193. jstor.org
David Pingree. “Political Horoscopes from the Reign of Zeno.” Pages 133-150. jstor.org
Andrzej Poppe. “The Political Background to the Baptism of Rus': Byzantine-Russian Relations between 986-89.” Pages 195-244. jstor.org
Hélène Toubert. “«Rome et le Mont-Cassin»: Nouvelles remarques sur les fresques de l'église inférieure de Saint-Clément de Rome.” Pages 1-33. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “The Ode Pictures of the Aristocratic Psalter Recension.” Pages 65-84. jstor.org
Henry M. Willard. “The Staurotheca of Romanus at Monte Cassino.” Pages 55-64. jstor.org

1975 (vol. 29)

Hélène Ahrweiler. “L'Expérience nicéenne.” Pages 21-40. jstor.org
Anthony Bryer. “Greeks and Türkmens: The Pontic Exception.” Pages 113-148. jstor.org
Peter Charanis. “Cultural Diversity and the Breakdown of Byzantine Power in Asia Minor.” Pages 1-20. jstor.org
Richard P. Harper and Tony J. Wilkinson. “Excavations at Dibsi Faraj, Northern Syria, 1972-1974: A Preliminary Note on the Site and Its Monuments with an Appendix.” Pages 319-338. jstor.org
Judith Herrin. “Realities of Byzantine Provincial Government: Hellas and Peloponnesos, 1180-1205.” Pages 253-284. jstor.org
Stephen Hill. “The Early Christian Church at Tomarza, Cappadocia. A Study Based on Photographs Taken in 1909 by Gertrude Bell.” Pages 149-164. jstor.org
Stephen Hill. “The "Praetorium" at Musmiye.” Pages 347-349. jstor.org
Ioli Kalavrezou-Maxeiner. “The Imperial Chamber at Luxor.” Pages 225-251. jstor.org
Lawrence Nees. “An Illuminated Byzantine Psalter at Harvard University.” Pages 205-224. jstor.org
John W. Nesbitt. “The Office of the Oikistikos: Five Seals in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 341-344. jstor.org
Jacques Ryckmans and I. Vandevivere. “The Pre-Islamic South Arabian Bronze Horse in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 285-303. jstor.org
Cecil L. Striker and Y. Doǧan Kuban. “Work at Kalenderhane Camii in Istanbul: Fifth Preliminary Report (1970-74).” Pages 307-318. jstor.org
Nicole Thierry. “L'art monumental byzantin en Asie Mineure du xie siècle au xive.” Pages 73-111. jstor.org
Shigebumi Tsuji. “The Headpiece Miniatures and Genealogy Pictures in Paris. Gr. 74.” Pages 165-203. jstor.org
Speros Vryonis. “Nomadization and Islamization in Asia Minor.” Pages 41-71. jstor.org
Speros Vryonis. “The Decline of Byzantine Civilization in Asia Minor, Eleventh-Fifteenth Century. Remarks on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1974.” Pages 351-356. jstor.org
Steven H. Wander. “The Cyprus Plates and the "Chronicle" of Fredegar.” Pages 345-346. jstor.org

1974 (vol. 28)

“Art, Letters, and Society in Byzantine Provinces. Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1973.” Pages 367-367. jstor.org
Hans Belting. “Byzantine Art among Greeks and Latins in Southern Italy.” Pages 1-29. jstor.org
Susan Boyd, Richard Anderson, Victoria Jenssen, Lawrence Majewski, and Arthur Seltman. “The Church of the Panagia Amasgou, Monagri, Cyprus, and Its Wallpaintings.” Pages 277-349. jstor.org
André Guillou. “Production and Profits in the Byzantine Province of Italy (Tenth to Eleventh Centuries): An Expanding Society.” Pages 89-109. jstor.org
Michael J. Jeffreys. “The Nature and Origins of the Political Verse.” Pages 141-195. jstor.org
Henry Maguire. “Truth and Convention in Byzantine Descriptions of Works of Art.” Pages 111-140. jstor.org
George P. Majeska. “A Medallion of the Prophet Daniel in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 361-366. jstor.org
A. H. S. Megaw. “Byzantine Architecture and Decoration in Cyprus: Metropolitan or Provincial?.” Pages 57-88. jstor.org
Lennart Rydén. “The Andreas Salos Apocalypse. Greek Text, Translation, and Commentary.” Pages 197-261. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “"Loca Sancta" and the Representational Arts of Palestine.” Pages 31-55. jstor.org
Fikret K. Yegül. “Early Byzantine Capitals from Sardis. A Study on the Ionic Impost Type.” Pages 265-274. jstor.org
Nancy Patterson Ševčenko. “Some Thirteenth-Century Pottery at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 353-360. jstor.org

1973 (vol. 27)

“Current Work in Medieval and Byzantine Studies: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1972.” Pages 327-328. jstor.org
Semavi Eyice. “La Fontaine et les Citernes Byzantines de la Citadelle D'Afyon Karahisari.” Pages 303-307. jstor.org
Margaret English Frazer. “Church Doors and the Gates of Paradise: Byzantine Bronze Doors in Italy.” Pages 145-162. jstor.org
R. Martin Harrison. “A Constantinopolitan Capital in Barcelona.” Pages 297-300. jstor.org
Ernest J. W. Hawkins, Marlia C. Mundell, and Cyril Mango. “The Mosaics of the Monastery of Mār Samuel, Mār Simeon, and Mār Gabriel near Kartmin with A Note on the Greek Inscription.” Pages 279-296. jstor.org
Paul Hetherington. “"The Poets" in the Ἑρμηνεία of Dionysius of Fourna.” Pages 317-322. jstor.org
Michael J. Jeffreys. “Formulas in the Chronicle of the Morea.” Pages 163-195. jstor.org
Herbert L. Kessler. “Paris. Gr. 102: A Rare Illustrated Acts of the Apostles.” Pages 209-216. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “Observations on the Samson Floor at Mopsuestia.” Pages 133-144. jstor.org
W. Eugene Kleinbauer. “The Origin and Functions of the Aisled Tetraconch Churches in Syria and Northern Mesopotamia.” Pages 89-114. jstor.org
George P. Majeska. “St. Sophia in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries: The Russian Travelers on the Relics.” Pages 69-87. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ihor Ševčenko. “Some Churches and Monasteries on the Southern Shore of the Sea of Marmara.” Pages 235-277. jstor.org
Thomas F. Mathews and Cyril Mango. “Observations on the Church of Panagia Kamariotissa on Heybeliada (Chalke), Istanbul with a Note on Panagia Kamariotissa and Some Imperial Foundations of the Tenth and Eleventh Centuries at Constantinople.” Pages 115-132. jstor.org
Penelope C. Mayo. “The Crusaders under the Palm: Allegorical Plants and Cosmic Kingship in the "Liber Floridus".” Pages 29-67. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “Francis Dvornik.” Pages 1-ii. jstor.org
Donald M. Nicol. “The Byzantine Family of Kantakouzenos: Some Addenda and Corrigenda.” Pages 309-315. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “Two Seals of Symeon Metaphrastes.” Pages 323-326. jstor.org
David Pingree. “The Horoscope of Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus.” Pages 217-231. jstor.org
Alice-Mary Maffry Talbot. “The Patriarch Athanasius (1289-1293; 1303-1309) and the Church.” Pages 11-28. jstor.org
David H. Wright. “The Date and Arrangement of the Illustrations in the Rabbula Gospels.” Pages 197-208. jstor.org

1972 (vol. 26)

Irina Andreescu. “Torcello. I. Le Christ Inconnu. II. Anastasis et Jugement Dernier: Têtes Vraies, Têtes Fausses.” Pages 183-223. jstor.org
A. D. H. Bivar. “Cavalry Equipment and Tactics on the Euphrates Frontier.” Pages 271-291. jstor.org
Richard N. Frye. “Byzantine and Sasanian Trade Relations with Northeastern Russia.” Pages 263-269. jstor.org
Richard N. Frye. “Byzantium and Sasanian Iran. Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1970.” Pages 361-362. jstor.org
V. D. Lixačeva. “The Illumination of the Greek Manuscript of the Akathistos Hymn (Moscow, State Historical Museum, Synodal Gr. 429).” Pages 253-262. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul. The Church Fathers in the North Tympanum.” Pages 1-41. jstor.org
Hans Eberhard Mayer. “Studies in the History of Queen Melisende of Jerusalem.” Pages 93-182. jstor.org
Arthur H. S. Megaw. “Supplementary Excavations on a Castle Site at Paphos, Cyprus, 1970-1971.” Pages 323-343. jstor.org
Nicolas Oikonomides. “Quelques Boutiques de Constantinople au XE S.: Prix, Loyers, Imposition (Cod. Patmiacus 171).” Pages 345-356. jstor.org
G. M. Proxorov. “A Codicological Analysis of the Illuminated Akathistos to the Virgin (Moscow, State Historical Museum, Synodal Gr. 429).” Pages 237-252. jstor.org
Irfan Shahi̇d. “The Iranian Factor in Byzantium during the Reign of Heraclius.” Pages 293-320. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “The Ivories of the So-Called Grado Chair.” Pages 43-91. jstor.org
Nigel G. Wilson. “A Manuscript of Theophanes in Oxford.” Pages 357-360. jstor.org
John J. Yiannias. “The Elevation of the Panaghia.” Pages 225-236. jstor.org

1971 (vol. 25)

Blaga Aleksova and Cyril Mango. “Bargala: A Preliminary Report.” Pages 265-281. jstor.org
Peter Charanis. “Byzantine Society: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1969.” Pages 283-285. jstor.org
Peter Charanis. “The Monk as an Element of Byzantine Society.” Pages 61-84. jstor.org
Nina G. Garsoïan. “Byzantine Heresy. A Reinterpretation.” Pages 85-113. jstor.org
George Ostrogorsky. “Observations on the Aristocracy in Byzantium.” Pages 1-32. jstor.org
David Pingree. “The Astrological School of John Abramius.” Pages 189-215. jstor.org
Peter Schreiner. “Eine unbekannte Beschreibung der Pammakaristoskirche (Fethiye Camii) und weitere Texte zur Topographie Konstantinopels.” Pages 217-248. jstor.org
Cecil L. Striker and Y. Doğan Kuban. “Work at Kalenderhane Camii in Istanbul: Third and Fourth Preliminary Reports.” Pages 251-258. jstor.org
John L. Teall. “The Byzantine Agricultural Tradition.” Pages 33-59. jstor.org
David C. Winfield. “Reports on Work at Monagri, Lagoudera, and Hagios Neophytos, Cyprus, 1969/1970.” Pages 259-264. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Date and Author of the So-Called Fragments of Toparcha Gothicus.” Pages 115-188. jstor.org

1969 (vol. 23/24)

Averil Cameron. “Agathias on the Sassanians.” Pages 67-183. jstor.org
Manolis Chatzidakis. “Recherches sur le Peintre Théophane le Crétois.” Pages 309-352. jstor.org
Antoine Guillaumont. “Justinien et L'église de Perse.” Pages 39-66. jstor.org
Herbert Hunger. “On the Imitation (ΜΙΜΗΣΙΣ) of Antiquity in Byzantine Literature.” Pages 15-38. jstor.org
Halil Inalcik. “The Policy of Mehmed II toward the Greek Population of Istanbul and the Byzantine Buildings of the City.” Pages 229-249. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “Paul Atkins Underwood: (1902-1968).” Pages 1-6. jstor.org
Rowland J. Mainstone. “The Reconstruction of the Tympana of St. Sophia at Istanbul.” Pages 353-368. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Notes on Byzantine Monuments.” Pages 369-375. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Romilly James Heald Jenkins: (1907-1969).” Pages 7-13. jstor.org
James Morganstern and Richard E. Stone. “The Church at Dereaǧzi: A Preliminary Report on the Mosaics of the Diaconicon.” Pages 383-393. jstor.org
Speros Vryonis. “The Byzantine Legacy and Ottoman Forms.” Pages 251-308. jstor.org
David C. Winfield and Cyril Mango. “The Church of the Panagia tou Arakos, Lagoudera: First Preliminary Report, 1968.” Pages 377-380. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “Poems on the Deaths of Leo VI and Constantine VII in the Madrid Manuscript of Scylitzes.” Pages 185-228. jstor.org

1968 (vol. 22)

Erica Cruikshank Dodd. “Byzantine Silver Stamps: Supplement II. More Treasure from Syria.” Pages 141-149. jstor.org
George H. Forsyth. “The Monastery of St. Catherine at Mount Sinai: The Church and Fortress of Justinian.” Pages 1-19. jstor.org
Edward R. Hardy. “The Egyptian Policy of Justinian.” Pages 21-41. jstor.org
R. Martin Harrison, Nezih Firatli, and John W. Hayes. “Excavations at Saraçhane in Istanbul: Fifth Preliminary Report, with a Contribution on A Seventh-Century Pottery Group.” Pages 195-216. jstor.org
Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “Further Observations on the Narthex Mosaic in St. Sophia at Istanbul.” Pages 151-166. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “Additional Finds at Fenari Isa Camii, Istanbul.” Pages 177-184. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “The Monastery of St. Abercius at Kurşunlu (Elegmi) in Bithynia.” Pages 169-176. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Justinian and Eastern Christendom: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1967.” Pages 227-228. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Justinian, the Empire and the Church.” Pages 43-60. jstor.org
James Morganstern. “The Church at Dereağzi: A Preliminary Report.” Pages 217-225. jstor.org
Cecil L. Striker and Y. Doğan Kuban. “Work at Kalenderhane Camii in Istanbul: Second Preliminary Report.” Pages 185-193. jstor.org
David C. Winfield. “Middle and Later Byzantine Wall Painting Methods. A Comparative Study.” Pages 61-139. jstor.org

1967 (vol. 21)

“Sirarpie Der Nersessian.” Pages 1-ii. jstor.org
Alfred R. Bellinger. “The Age of Constantine: Tradition and Innovation. Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1966.” Pages 287-289. jstor.org
Francis Dvornik. “George Christos Soulis (1927-1966).” Pages 9-10. jstor.org
Gudrun Engberg. “"Aaron and His Sons": A Prefiguration of the Virgin?.” Pages 279-283. jstor.org
Kenan T. Erim and Ihor Ševčenko. “Two New Early Byzantine Statues from Aphrodisias.” Pages 285-286. jstor.org
Evelyn B. Harrison. “The Constantinian Portrait.” Pages 79-96. jstor.org
R. Martin Harrison and Nezih Firatli. “Excavations at Saraçhane in Istanbul: Fourth Preliminary Report.” Pages 273-278. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins and Ernst Kitzinger. “A Cross of the Patriarch Michael Cerularius with an Art-Historical Comment.” Pages 233-249. jstor.org
Richard Krautheimer. “The Constantinian Basilica.” Pages 115-140. jstor.org
Irving Lavin. “The Ceiling Frescoes in Trier and Illusionism in Constantinian Painting.” Pages 97-113. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “When Was Michael III Born?.” Pages 253-258. jstor.org
Hans Eberhard Mayer. “Das Pontifikale von Tyrus und die Krönung der Lateinischen Könige von Jerusalem: Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Forschung über Herrschaftszeichen und Staatssymbolik.” Pages 141-232. jstor.org
Massey H. Shepherd. “Liturgical Expressions of the Constantinian Triumph.” Pages 57-78. jstor.org
Johannes A. Straub. “Constantine as ΚΟΙΝΟΣ ΕΠΙΣΚΟΠΟΣ Tradition and Innovation in the Representation of the First Christian Emperor's Majesty.” Pages 37-55. jstor.org
Cecil L. Striker and Y. Doǧan Kuban. “Work at Kalenderhane Camii in Istanbul: First Preliminary Report.” Pages 267-271. jstor.org
John L. Teall. “The Age of Constantine Change and Continuity in Administration and Economy.” Pages 11-36. jstor.org
John S. Thacher. “Carl H. Kraeling (1897-1966).” Pages 7-7. jstor.org
David C. Winfield and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Church of Our Lady at Asinou, Cyprus. A Report on the Seasons of 1965 and 1966.” Pages 261-266. jstor.org

1966 (vol. 20)

Hugo Buchthal. “Early Fourteenth-Century Illuminations from Palermo.” Pages 103-118. jstor.org
Philip Grierson. “Byzantine Gold Bullae, with a Catalogue of Those at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 239-253. jstor.org
R. Martin Harrison and Nezih Firatli. “Excavations at Saraçhane in Istanbul: Second and Third Preliminary Reports.” Pages 223-238. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “The Byzantine Contribution to Western Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries.” Pages 25-47. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “The Byzantine Contribution to Western Art of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1965.” Pages 265-266. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Hermitage of St. Neophytos and Its Wall Paintings.” Pages 119-206. jstor.org
David Talbot Rice. “Late Byzantine Pottery at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 207-219. jstor.org
James H. Stubblebine. “Byzantine Influence in Thirteenth-Century Italian Panel Painting.” Pages 85-101. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “Icon Painting in the Crusader Kingdom.” Pages 49-83. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “Various Aspects of Byzantine Influence on the Latin Countries from the Sixth to the Twelfth Century.” Pages 1-24. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Early Period of the Sinai Monastery in the Light of Its Inscriptions.” Pages 255-264. jstor.org

1965 (vol. 19)

Antonín Dostál. “The Origins of the Slavonic Liturgy.” Pages 67-87. jstor.org
Alison Frantz. “From Paganism to Christianity in the Temples of Athens.” Pages 185-205. jstor.org
Philip Grierson. “Two Byzantine Coin Hoards of the Seventh and Eighth Centuries at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 207-228. jstor.org
R. Martin Harrison and Nezih Firatli. “Excavations at Saraçhane in Istanbul: First Preliminary Report.” Pages 231-236. jstor.org
Roman Jakobson. “The Byzantine Mission to the Slavs. Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1964 and Concluding Remarks about Crucial Problems of Cyrillo-Methodian Studies.” Pages 257-265. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “A Note on Nicetas David Paphlago and the "Vita Ignatii".” Pages 241-247. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “The Chronological Accuracy of the "Logothete" for the Years A. D. 867-913.” Pages 89-112. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Apse Mosaics of St. Sophia at Istanbul. Report on Work Carried out in 1964.” Pages 113-151. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “A Psalter and New Testament Manuscript at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 153-183. jstor.org
Donald M. Nicol. “Constantine Akropolites: A Prosopographical Note.” Pages 249-256. jstor.org
Dimitri Obolensky. “The Heritage of Cyril and Methodius in Russia.” Pages 45-65. jstor.org
George Ostrogorsky. “The Byzantine Background of the Moravian Mission.” Pages 1-18. jstor.org
Carl D. Sheppard. “A Radiocarbon Date for the Wooden Tie Beams in the West Gallery of St. Sophia, Istanbul.” Pages 237-240. jstor.org
George C. Soulis. “The Legacy of Cyril and Methodius to the Southern Slavs.” Pages 19-43. jstor.org

1964 (vol. 18)

P. Bruun, J. P. C. Kent, C. H. V. Sutherland, and Alfred R. Bellinger. “Late Roman Gold and Silver Coins at Dumbarton Oaks: Diocletian to Eugenius.” Pages 161-236. jstor.org
Marius Canard. “Les Relations Politiques et Sociales Entre Byzance et les Arabes.” Pages 33-56. jstor.org
Andreas Dikigoropoulos. “The Constantinopolitan Solidi of Theophilus.” Pages 353-361. jstor.org
Erica Cruikshank Dodd. “Byzantine Silver Stamps: Supplement I. New Stamps from the Reigns of Justin II and Constans II.” Pages 237-248. jstor.org
Francesco Gabrieli. “Greeks and Arabs in the Central Mediterranean Area.” Pages 57-65. jstor.org
Hamilton A. R. Gibb. “The Relations between Byzantium and the Arabs: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1963.” Pages 363-365. jstor.org
Oleg Grabar. “Islamic Art and Byzantium.” Pages 67-88. jstor.org
Theodore Macridy. “The Monastery of Lips and the Burials of the Palaeologi.” Pages 253-277. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “Additional Notes.” Pages 299-315. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Editor's Preface.” Pages 251-252. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “Report on Field Work in Istanbul and Cyprus, 1962-1963.” Pages 319-340. jstor.org
Arthur H. S. Megaw. “The Original Form of the Theotokos Church of Constantine Lips.” Pages 279-298. jstor.org
John Meyendorff. “Byzantine Views of Islam.” Pages 113-132. jstor.org
George C. Miles. “Byzantium and the Arabs: Relations in Crete and the Aegean Area.” Pages 1-32. jstor.org
David Pingree. “Gregory Chioniades and Palaeologan Astronomy.” Pages 133-160. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “The Jephthah Panel in the Bema of the Church of St. Catherine's Monastery on Mount Sinai.” Pages 341-352. jstor.org
Gustave E. von Grunebaum. “Parallelism, Convergence, and Influence in the Relations of Arab and Byzantine Philosophy, Literature, and Piety.” Pages 89-111. jstor.org

1963 (vol. 17)

Semavi Eyice. “Two Mosaic Pavements from Bithynia.” Pages 373-383. jstor.org
Moses Hadas. “Hellenistic Literature.” Pages 21-35. jstor.org
George M. A. Hanfmann. “Hellenistic Art.” Pages 77-94. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “A Note on the "Letter to the Emir" of Nicholas Mysticus.” Pages 399-401. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “The Hellenistic Origins of Byzantine Civilization: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1962.” Pages 403-405. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “The Hellenistic Origins of Byzantine Literature.” Pages 37-52. jstor.org
A. H. M. Jones. “The Greeks under the Roman Empire.” Pages 1-19. jstor.org
Ernst H. Kantorowicz. “Oriens Augusti. Lever du Roi.” Pages 117-177. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “The Hellenistic Heritage in Byzantine Art.” Pages 95-115. jstor.org
Irving Lavin. “The Hunting Mosaics of Antioch and Their Sources. A Study of Compositional Principles in the Development of Early Mediaeval Style.” Pages 179-286. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Antique Statuary and the Byzantine Beholder.” Pages 53-75. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “The Conciliar Edict of 1166.” Pages 315-330. jstor.org
Arthur H. S. Megaw. “Notes on Recent Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul.” Pages 333-371. jstor.org
Speros Vryonis. “Byzantine Δημοκρατία and the Guilds in the Eleventh Century.” Pages 287-314. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann and Ihor Ševčenko. “The Moses Cross at Sinai.” Pages 385-398. jstor.org

1962 (vol. 16)

Milton V. Anastos. “Nestorius Was Orthodox.” Pages 117-140. jstor.org
Milton V. Anastos. “The History of Byzantine Science. Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1961.” Pages 409-411. jstor.org
Hans Belting. “Studien zum Beneventanischen Hof im 8. Jahrhundert.” Pages 141-193. jstor.org
Aubrey Diller. “Photius' "Bibliotheca" in Byzantine Literature.” Pages 389-396. jstor.org
Philip Grierson, Cyril Mango, and Ihor Ševčenko. “The Tombs and Obits of the Byzantine Emperors (337-1042); With an Additional Note.” Pages 1-63. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “Three Documents concerning the "Tetragamy".” Pages 229-241. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “Three Imperial Byzantine Sarcophagi Discovered in 1750.” Pages 397-402. jstor.org
Arthur H. S. Megaw and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Church of the Holy Apostles at Perachorio, Cyprus, and Its Frescoes.” Pages 277-348. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “The Illustrations of the Homilies of Gregory of Nazianzus: Paris Gr. 510. A Study of the Connections between Text and Images.” Pages 195-228. jstor.org
Owsei Temkin. “Byzantine Medicine: Tradition and Empiricism.” Pages 95-115. jstor.org
Miloš M. Velimirović. “Liturgical Drama in Byzantium and Russia.” Pages 349-385. jstor.org
Harry A. Wolfson. “The Problem of the Souls of the Spheres from the Byzantine Commentaries on Aristotle Through the Arabs and St. Thomas to Kepler.” Pages 65-93. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “A Postscript on Nicolas Cabasilas' "Anti-Zealot" Discourse.” Pages 403-408. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Illuminators of the Menologium of Basil II.” Pages 243-276. jstor.org

1961 (vol. 15)

Hugo Buchthal. “A Byzantine Miniature of the Fourth Evangelist and Its Relatives.” Pages 127-139. jstor.org
Glanville Downey. “Antioch-on-the-Orontes in the Byzantine Period: Report on the Dumbarton Oaks Symposium of 1959.” Pages 249-250. jstor.org
Philip Grierson. “The Date of the Dumbarton Oaks Epiphany Medallion.” Pages 221-224. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins and Cyril Mango. “A Synodicon of Antioch and Lacedaemonia.” Pages 225-242. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ihor Ševčenko. “Remains of the Church of St. Polyeuktos at Constantinople.” Pages 243-247. jstor.org
Gyula Moravcsik. “Sagen und Legenden Über Kaiser Basileios I.” Pages 59-126. jstor.org
Massey H. Shepherd. “The Formation and Influence of the Antiochene Liturgy.” Pages 23-44. jstor.org
George C. Soulis. “The Gypsies in the Byzantine Empire and the Balkans in the Late Middle Ages.” Pages 141-165. jstor.org
Richard Stillwell. “Houses of Antioch.” Pages 45-57. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood and Ernest J. W. Hawkins. “The Mosaics of Hagia Sophia at Istanbul: The Portrait of the Emperor Alexander: A Report on Work Done by the Byzantine Institute in 1959 and 1960.” Pages 187-217. jstor.org
Cornelius C. Vermeule. “A Graeco-Roman Portrait of the Third Century A. D. and the Graeco-Asiatic Tradition in Imperial Portraiture from Gallienus to Diocletian.” Pages 1-22. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Decline of Byzantium Seen Through the Eyes of Its Intellectuals.” Pages 167-186. jstor.org

1960 (vol. 14)

Otto Demus. “Two Palaeologan Mosaic Icons in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 87-119. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Une pyxide en ivoire a Dumbarton Oaks: Quelques notes sur l'art profane pendant les derniers siècles de l'Empire byzantin.” Pages 121-146. jstor.org
Ernst H. Kantorowicz. “On the Golden Marriage Belt and the Marriage Rings of the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 1-16. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “A Marble Relief of the Theodosian Period.” Pages 17-42. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and Ihor Ševčenko. “A New Manuscript of the "De Cerimoniis".” Pages 247-249. jstor.org
Cyril Mango and John Parker. “A Twelfth-Century Description of St. Sophia.” Pages 233-245. jstor.org
Jean Meyendorff. “Projets de Concile Oecuménique en 1367: Un dialogue inédit entre Jean Cantacuzène et le légat Paul.” Pages 147-177. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “The Dumbarton Oaks Collection. Studies in Byzantine Art: Report on the Symposium of 1958.” Pages 251-252. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “Two Images of the Virgin in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 69-86. jstor.org
David Oates. “A Summary Report on the Excavations of the Byzantine Institute in the Kariye Camii: 1957 and 1958.” Pages 223-231. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood and Lawrence J. Majewski. “Notes on the Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul: 1957-1959; The Conservation of a Byzantine Fresco Discovered at Etyemez, Istanbul.” Pages 205-222. jstor.org
Kurt Weitzmann. “The Survival of Mythological Representations in Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Their Impact on Christian Iconography.” Pages 43-68. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “The Author's Draft of Nicolas Cabasilas' "Anti-Zealot" Discourse in "Parisinus Graecus 1276".” Pages 179-201. jstor.org

1959 (vol. 13)

Andrew Alföldi and Marvin C. Ross. “Cornuti: A Teutonic Contingent in the Service of Constantine the Great and Its Decisive Role in the Battle at the Milvian Bridge. With a Discussion of Bronze Statuettes of Constantine the Great.” Pages 169-183. jstor.org
Peter Charanis. “Ethnic Changes in the Byzantine Empire in the Seventh Century.” Pages 23-44. jstor.org
George P. Galavaris. “The Mother of God, "Stabbed with a Knife".” Pages 229-233. jstor.org
Demetrius J. Georgacas. “Greek Terms for "Flax," "Linen," and Their Derivatives; And the Problem of Native Egyptian Phonological Influence on the Greek of Egypt.” Pages 253-269. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “Byzantium in the Seventh Century: Report on a Dumbarton Oaks Symposium.” Pages 271-273. jstor.org
Robert S. Lopez. “The Role of Trade in the Economic Readjustment of Byzantium in the Seventh Century.” Pages 67-85. jstor.org
Cyril Mango. “The Date of the Narthex Mosaics of the Church of the Dormition at Nicaea.” Pages 245-252. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “The Armenian Chronicle of the Constable Smpad or of the "Royal Historian".” Pages 141-168. jstor.org
George Ostrogorsky. “Byzantine Cities in the Early Middle Ages.” Pages 45-66. jstor.org
George Ostrogorsky. “The Byzantine Empire in the World of the Seventh Century.” Pages 1-21. jstor.org
John L. Teall. “The Grain Supply of the Byzantine Empire, 330-1025.” Pages 87-139. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Fourth Preliminary Report on the Restoration of the Frescoes in the Kariye Camii at Istanbul by the Byzantine Institute, 1957-1958.” Pages 185-212. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Notes on the Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul: 1957.” Pages 215-228. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “The Evidence of Restorations in the Sanctuary Mosaics of the Church of the Dormition at Nicaea.” Pages 235-243. jstor.org

1958 (vol. 12)

“Albert Mathias Friend, Jr. (1894-1956).” Pages 1-ii. jstor.org
Alfred R. Bellinger. “Roman and Byzantine Medallions in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 125-156. jstor.org
John F. Callahan. “Greek Philosophy and the Cappadocian Cosmology.” Pages 29-57. jstor.org
Hamilton A. R. Gibb. “Arab-Byzantine Relations under the Umayyad Caliphate.” Pages 219-233. jstor.org
Gerhart B. Ladner. “The Philosophical Anthropology of Saint Gregory of Nyssa.” Pages 59-94. jstor.org
Brooks Otis. “Cappadocian Thought as a Coherent System.” Pages 95-124. jstor.org
Henri Stern. “Les mosaïques de l'église de Sainte-Constance à Rome.” Pages 157-218. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Notes on the Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul: 1955-1956.” Pages 269-287. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Third Preliminary Report on the Restoration of the Frescoes in the Kariye Camii at Istanbul by the Byzantine Institute, 1956.” Pages 235-265. jstor.org
Harry A. Wolfson. “Philosophical Implications of Arianism and Apollinarianism.” Pages 3-28. jstor.org

1957 (vol. 11)

Andrew Alföldi and Erica Cruikshank. “A Sassanian Silver Phalera at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 237-245. jstor.org
George H. Forsyth. “Architectural Notes on a Trip Through Cilicia.” Pages 223-236. jstor.org
Dimitri Obolensky. “Byzantium, Kiev and Moscow: A Study in Ecclesiastical Relations.” Pages 21-78. jstor.org
Marvin C. Ross. “A Byzantine Gold Medallion at Dumbarton Oaks.” Pages 247-261. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Second Preliminary Report on the Restoration of the Frescoes in the Kariye Camii at Istanbul by the Byzantine Institute 1955.” Pages 173-220. jstor.org
Speros Vryonis. “The Will of a Provincial Magnate, Eustathius Boilas (1059).” Pages 263-277. jstor.org
Harry A. Wolfson. “Philosophical Implications of the Theology of Cyril of Jerusalem.” Pages 1-19. jstor.org
Ihor Ševčenko. “Nicolas Cabasilas' "Anti-Zealot" Discourse: A Reinterpretation.” Pages 79-171. jstor.org

1956 (vol. 9/10)

Marius Canard. “Les aventures d'un prisonnier arabe et d'un patrice byzantin a l'epoque des guerres bulgaro-byzantines.” Pages 49-72. jstor.org
Glanville Downey. “The Church of All Saints (Church of St. Theophano) near the Church of the Holy Apostles at Constantinople.” Pages 301-305. jstor.org
Francis Dvornik. “Byzantine Political Ideas in Kievan Russia.” Pages 73-121. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins and Cyril A. Mango. “The Date and Significance of the Tenth Homily of Photius.” Pages 123-140. jstor.org
Ernst H. Kantorowicz. “The Baptism of the Apostles.” Pages 203-251. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “Alexander Alexandrovich Vasiliev (1867-1953).” Pages 1-ii. jstor.org
Oliver Strunk. “The Byzantine Office at Hagia Sophia.” Pages 175-202. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “First Preliminary Report on the Restoration of the Frescoes in the Kariye Camii at Istanbul by the Byzantine Institute 1952-1954.” Pages 253-288. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “Notes on the Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul: 1954.” Pages 291-300. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “The Iconoclastic Edict of the Caliph Yazid II, A. D. 721.” Pages 23-47. jstor.org
Alexander A. Vasiliev. “Notes on Some Episodes concerning the Relations between the Arabs and the Byzantine Empire from the Fourth to the Sixth Century.” Pages 306-316. jstor.org
Egon Wellesz. “The "Akathistos". A Study in Byzantine Hymnography.” Pages 141-174. jstor.org

1954 (vol. 8)

Milton V. Anastos. “The Ethical Theory of Images Formulated by the Iconoclasts in 754 and 815.” Pages 151-160. jstor.org
William A. Banner. “Origen and the Tradition of Natural Law Concepts.” Pages 49-82. jstor.org
Alphonse Dain. “La transmission des textes littéraires classiques de Photius à Constantin Porphyrogénète.” Pages 31-47. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Un nouveau reliquaire de saint Démétrios.” Pages 305-313. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Un rouleau liturgique constantinopolitain et ses peintures.” Pages 161-199. jstor.org
Albert Jamme. “Inscriptions on the Sabaean Bronze Horse of the Dumbarton Oaks Collection.” Pages 315-330. jstor.org
Romilly J. H. Jenkins. “The Classical Background of the Scriptores Post Theophanem.” Pages 11-30. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “The Cult of Images in the Age before Iconoclasm.” Pages 83-150. jstor.org
Sirarpie der Nersessian. “An Armenian Version of the Homilies on the Harrowing of Hell.” Pages 201-224. jstor.org
Robert Lee Wolff. “Politics in the Latin Patriarchate of Constantinople, 1204-1261.” Pages 225-303. jstor.org
Robert Lee Wolff. “Robert Pierpont Blake (1886-1950).” Pages 1-9. jstor.org

1953 (vol. 7)

Paul J. Alexander. “The Iconoclastic Council of St. Sophia (815) and Its Definition (Horos).” Pages 35-66. jstor.org
Francis Dvornik. “The Patriarch Photius and Iconoclasm.” Pages 67-97. jstor.org
Deno John Geanakoplos. “Greco-Latin Relations on the Eve of the Byzantine Restoration: The Battle of Pelagonia-1259.” Pages 99-141. jstor.org
Gerhart B. Ladner. “The Concept of the Image in the Greek Fathers and the Byzantine Iconoclastic Controversy.” Pages 1-34. jstor.org

1951 (vol. 6)

Milton V. Anastos. “The Immutability of Christ and Justinian's Condemnation of Theodore of Mopsuestia.” Pages 123-160. jstor.org
Glanville Downey. “The Builder of the Original Church of the Apostles at Constantinople: A Contribution to the Criticism of the "Vita Constantini" Attributed to Eusebius.” Pages 51-80. jstor.org
Francis Dvornik. “Emperors, Popes, and General Councils.” Pages 1-23. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Un Médaillon en or provenant de Mersine en Cilicie.” Pages 25-49. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “Studies on Late Antique and Early Byzantine Floor Mosaics: I. Mosaics at Nikopolis.” Pages 81-122. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “Hugh Capet of France and Byzantium.” Pages 227-251. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “The Second Russian Attack on Constantinople.” Pages 161-225. jstor.org

1950 (vol. 5)

Peter Charanis. “The Chronicle of Monemvasia and the Question of the Slavonic Settlements in Greece.” Pages 139-166. jstor.org
André Grabar. “Quelques reliquaires de saint Démétrios et le martyrium du saint à Salonique.” Pages 1-28. jstor.org
Ernest Honigmann. “Juvenal of Jerusalem.” Pages 209-279. jstor.org
Mary Emily Keenan. “De Professione Christiana and De Perfectione: A Study of the Ascetical Doctrine of Saint Gregory of Nyssa.” Pages 167-207. jstor.org
Paul A. Underwood. “The Fountain of Life in Manuscripts of the Gospels.” Pages 41-138. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “The Historical Significance of the Mosaic of Saint Demetrius at Sassoferrato.” Pages 29-39. jstor.org

1948 (vol. 4)

Milton V. Anastos. “Pletho's Calendar and Liturgy.” Pages 183-305. jstor.org
Peter Charanis. “The Monastic Properties and the State in the Byzantine Empire.” Pages 51-118. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “Imperial Porphyry Sarcophagi in Constantinople.” Pages 1-26. jstor.org
A. A. Vasiliev. “The Monument of Porphyrius in the Hippodrome at Constantinople.” Pages 27-49. jstor.org
M. Monica Wagner. “A Chapter in Byzantine Epistolography the Letters of Theodoret of Cyrus.” Pages 119-181. jstor.org

1946 (vol. 3)

Milton V. Anastos. “The Alexandrian Origin of the "Christian Topography" of Cosmas Indicopleustes.” Pages 73-80. jstor.org
Herbert Bloch. “Monte Cassino, Byzantium, and the West in the Earlier Middle Ages.” Pages 163-224. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “A Survey of the Early Christian Town of Stobi.” Pages 81-162. jstor.org
Ernst Kitzinger. “The Horse and Lion Tapestry at Dumbarton Oaks. A Study in Coptic and Sassanian Textile Design.” Pages 1-72. jstor.org

1941 (vol. 2)

Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler. “A Marble Emperor. Roundel of the XIIth Century.” Pages 1-9. jstor.org
Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler. “An Ivory of the Xth Century.” Pages 11-18. jstor.org
Hayford Peirce and Royall Tyler. “Elephant. Tamer Silk, VIIIth Century.” Pages 19-26. jstor.org

1941 (vol. 1)

Henri Focillon. “Préhistoire et Moyen Age.” Pages 1-23. jstor.org
Wilhelm Koehler. “Byzantine Art in the West.” Pages 61-87. jstor.org
Charles Rufus Morey. “The Early Christian Ivories of the Eastern Empire.” Pages 41-60. jstor.org
Michael Ivanovich Rostovtzeff. “The near East in the Hellenistic and Roman Times.” Pages 25-40. jstor.org