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02 - Bulgaria, ca. 1920s

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Bulgaria, ca. 1920s

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ca. 1920s ()

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Contains research and bibliographic materials, translations and transcriptions of articles, ground plans, drafts of preliminary reports, correspondence, and watercolor paintings. These items document the excavations and studies of frescoes and architecture that were conducted in the 1920s with Thomas Whittemore’s financial support at the following sites in Bulgaria:
• Basilica, Messemvria
• Red Church (Tchervena Tcherkva), Peruštica
• Basilica, Bělovo
The materials represent research materials and manuscripts created in preparation for the publication of these fieldwork projects, which may have been created by many individuals, including Ivan Velkov, Sergěj Pokrovskij, André Grabar, and Anatole Frolow.

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Frolow, Anatole. “L’Église Rouge de Peruštica.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 15-42.

Frolow, Anatole. “L’Église Rouge de Peruštica: 2. Architecture et Date.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 2 (1946): 449-477.

Grabar, André. “Kondakov and the Treasure of Nagy-Szent-Miklos.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 3-5.

Grabar, André and William Emerson. “The Basilica of Bělovo.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 43-59.

Velkov, Ivan. “The Early Christian Basilica at Mesembria.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 61-70.

Whittemore, Thomas. “Foreword,” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 1-2.

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  • Kondakov, N. P. “The Treasure of Nagy-Szent-Miklos.” The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute 1 (1946): 7-13.

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Early Archaeological Projects Associated with Thomas Whittemore, 1910s-1930s

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Preferred citation: Early Archaeological Projects Associated with Thomas Whittemore, 1910s-1930s, MS.BZ.017, Image Collections and Fieldwork Archives, Dumbarton Oaks, Trustees for Harvard University, Washington, D.C.

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Copyright for Thomas Whittemore materials belong to Dumbarton Oaks. However, permission to publish materials created by and for the Egypt Exploration Society or other correspondents must be obtained from the copyright holder.

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