Dumbarton Oaks Papers (DOP) is an academic journal founded in 1941 under the auspices of the Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection for the publication of articles relating to Byzantine society and culture from the 4th to 15th century in the Roman Empire as well as its neighboring and successor states. The journal treats sources in medieval Greek, as well as other premodern languages, such as Arabic, Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Latin, Old Church Slavonic, and Syriac.[1] Submissions address a range of topics, including art and iconography, architecture, archaeology, codicology, epigraphy, history, historiography, language, law, literature, music, numismatics, palaeography, science, sigillography, and theology.[1][2]

Dumbarton Oaks Papers
DisciplineByzantine art and medieval art
Publication details
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4Dumbart. Oaks Pap.
OCLC no.58423962

Publication was suspended during World War II, resuming in 1946 irregularly at first, and eventually published annually by the mid-1950s.

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  1. ^ a b "Dumbarton Oaks Papers". Dumbarton Oaks.
  2. ^ "Dumbarton Oaks Papers". Harvard University Press. Archived from the original on 2015-09-27.