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Tom Holland 20 Jan 14
85 people are as rich as the poorest half of the world. Yet another way in which our world is turning ...
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Dumbarton Oaks 27 Sep 19
Watch out for that icy stare...The popularity of soldier saints like soared during the / periods of widespread warfare & cultural upheaval. 📷: 6-7th c., , 1939.112.2
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Peter Frankopan 24 May 18
Great opportunity for a Research Associate in Late Antique Egyptian Art . Please RT so your favourite or specialist hears about it
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Eyob Derillo 2 Sep 18
The should be considered as one of the most important books in the world! Dated to 4th c, the manuscripts are the oldest illustrated .
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Peter Frankopan Oct 23
Dark (but full!) hall for Ivan Drpić’a lecture on The Fictive Mosaics of Medieval Serbia for the & seminar
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MEMS Jan 30
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Dumbarton Oaks 11 Aug 19
Scrutinizing cotton, caravans, papyrus, & more, recent Fellow and PhD recipient Anna Kelley upends the idea that the world was the center of trade. Read her : .
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Peter Frankopan 10 Oct 18
Prof Elizabeth Jeffreys opens this term’s (this year’s!) & Seminar - on Byzantine Literature in the Slavic World: Serendipity or Intention?
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A.M. Juster 4 Sep 19
: For an academic lecture I'm giving this fall, I'm looking for quotations, most likely from 1890-1950, ripping into Latin poetry as a degraded echo of Augustan poetry. For those of you who know my work, that is clearly not MY opinion. Please RT.
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Douglas Boin 🏳️‍🌈 15 Jul 15
Α good summary of the ongoing discoveries (2012—present) by the archaeological team at Huqoq.
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Mateusz Fafinski 4 Aug 18
At the outskirts of Jericho stands Khirbat al-Mafjar or the Hisham's Palace, one of the most remarkable structures of Late Antiquity, dating from the Umayyad dynasty period (probably the first half of the 8th C). It tells so many stories! /1
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Mateusz Fafinski 18 Sep 17
A bit about one of my fav objects. A remarkable piece of mysterious sculpture
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Dr Joanne Dyer is back on furlough 16 Aug 19
Working on this beautiful from today, looking at non-invasive ways to analyse . In this case, a "vegetable purple" (a mixture of madder & indigo) was used rather than shellfish or
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Dr Victoria Leonard 3 Jul 18
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ICLS British Branch 9 Nov 15
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Dumbarton Oaks May 21
Dreaming of lush gardens & paradise? Take a to our Textiles Catalogue and get inspired by vibrant home decor & fashion: . 5th c. Egyptian pomegranates from our collection, anyone? Where are you headed, ?
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Grant Cox Apr 28
This is to when I created a chronology for to show change through some of its different periods. This one is the
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Yale Institute of Sacred Music Sep 8
FRIDAY at noon | Join us for the first of eight Yale Lectures in Late Antique and Byzantine Art and Architecture. The series continues every second Friday of the month through April. Registration is required. Learn more at
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Brepols Sep 9
Good to see that the new digital edition of the 'Codex Zacynthius' also offers links to Clavis Clavium, the go-to database on BREPOLiS for and
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Kaelin Jewell 9 Jul 17
Spent a wk in Sicily w/'flat-pack"⛪️at Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project.
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