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044 - Translations and transcriptions from publications related to various churches and fortresses in Bulgaria, undated

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Translations and transcriptions from publications related to various churches and fortresses in Bulgaria, undated

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Includes translations and transcriptions from publications by Josef Strzygowski (English translation dated: “Sofia, Sept, 1924"), Bogdan Filov, and G. I. Katzaroff and H. Tascheff. Folder also includes other texts, possibly by André Grabar, related to sites in Bulgaria, such as Gradsko, Hissar Bania, Kyustendil, and Tchepino. There is also a hand-written draft for Anatole Frolow’s article on Peruštica, which appeared in two parts in The Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute.

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“A Christ-relief and Early Christian capitals Moesia” is an English translation of Josef Strzygowski, “Ein Christusrelief und altchristliche Kapitelle in Moesien,” Byzantinisch-neugriechische Jahrbücher 1 (1920): 17-34.

The Filov text appears to be a transcription or translation of the first chapter, “The First Bulgarian Kingdom,” in Bogdan Filov, Early Bulgarian Art (Berne: Paul Haupt, 1919), 1-15.

“Newly Discovered Ancient Christian Tomb in Sofia” is an English translation of G.J. Kazarow and H. Tatchew, “Un tombeau vieux-chrétien découvert récemment à Sofia,” Bulletin de la Société Archéologique Bulgare 1 (1910): 23-53.

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

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

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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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  • Box: MS.BZ.017, Box 003