`Excellent Offerings': The Lausos Collection in Constantinople

Bassett, Sarah Guberti
March 2000
Art Bulletin;Mar2000, Vol. 82 Issue 1, p6
Academic Journal
Focuses on the artworks amassed in the very early years of the fifth century by the Constantinopolitan aristocrat Lausos. Byzantine sources that provide the basic documentation for the art collection; Contents and appearance of the Lausos collection; Basis for the interpretation of the collection.


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