Early Byzantine Churches in Macedonia and Southern Serbia

  title={Early Byzantine Churches in Macedonia and Southern Serbia},
  author={R. Krautheimer and R. F. Hoddinot},
  journal={Art Bulletin},
Marbles, Quarries and Workshops on the Highlands of Northern Macedonia
Throughout antiquity the landlocked highlands of northern Macedonia employed various local and imported marbles. Among them a certain fine-grained white dolomite stands out both in number ofExpand
I Balcani occidentali tra romanico e bizantino: Tradizione e sperimentazione nell’architettura serba della seconda metà del XII secolo
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The Conceptual Design of the Octagon at Thessaloniki
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Looking at and Listening to Byzantium
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The church of Philippi in the first six centuries of our era
From the commentaries on Paul's epistle to the Philippians, much can be gleaned about the circumstances of that period. But what happened in the time after the Philippians received Paul's letter?Expand
Administration and politics in the cities of the fifth to the mid seventh century: 425–640
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Armenia in the fifth and sixth century
‘Armenia’ has always had an ambiguous place between the major powers, be they the east Roman empire and Sasanian Iran, the Byzantine empire and the caliphate, or the Ottoman empire and the Safavids.Expand