Dumbarton Oaks Papers Number Fourteen

Washington DC: The Dumbarton Oaks Research Library And Collection, 1960. First edition. Hardcover. Fine / Fine. Quarto volume bound in dark blue cloth and lettered in gilt to the spine. In a fine example of the dust jacket. Contains the following essays: Ernst H. Kantorowicz - On the Golden Marriage Belt and the Marriage Rings of the Dumbarton Oaks Collection; Ernst Kitzinger - A Marble Relief of the Theodosian Period; Kurt Weitzmann - The Survival of the Mythological Representation in Early Christian and Byzantine Art and Their Impact on Christian Iconography; Sirarpie Der Neressian - Two Images of the Virgin in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection; Otto Demus - Two Palaeologan Mosaic Icons in the Dumbarton Oaks Collection; Andre Grabar - Une pyxide en ivoire a Dumbarto Oaks. Quelques notes sur l'art profane pendant les derniers siecles de l'Empire byzantin; Jean Meyendorff - Projects de Concile Oecumeique en 1367: Un dialogue inedit entre Jean Cantacuzene et le legat Paul; Ihor Sevcenko - The Author's Draft of Nicolas Cabasilas' "Anti-Zealot" Discourse in Parisinus Graecus 1276. Following then is a section of Notes: Paul A. Underwood - Notes on the Work of the Byzantine Institute in Istanbul; 1957-1959; with a Contribution by Lawrence J. Majewski on The Conservation of a Byzantine Fresco Discovered at Etyemez, Istanbul; David Oates - A Summary Report on the Excavations of the Byzantine Institute in the Kariye Camii: 1957-1958; Cyril Mango and John Parker - A Twelfth-Century Description of St. Sophia; Cyril Mango and Ihor Sevcenko - A New Manuscript of the De Cerimoniis; and finally "The Dumbarton Oaks Collection, Studies in Byzantine Art: Report on the Symposium of 1958. A lovely copy in all respects. Illustrated throughout.

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