Michael Vickers

Archaeological Fieldwork: Venice and Byzantium

“Carpaccio and the West”;, in S. Efthymiades, C. Rapp, and D. Tsougarakis (eds.), Bosporus: Court, City and Country in Byzantium: Festschrift for Cyril Mango (Byzantinische Forschungen 21; Amsterdam, 1995) 343-55, pls. 1-5. View

(with Cyril Mango and E.D. Francis), “The Palace of Lausus at Constantinople and its collection of ancient statues”, in the Journal of the History of Collections 4 (1992) 89-98. View

“Wandering stones: Venice, Constantinople and Athens”, in K.-L. Selig and E. Sears (eds.), The Verbal and the Visual: Essays in Honor of William S. Heckscher (New York, Italica Press, 1990), 225-242. View

“A ‘new’ capital from St Polyeuktos (Saraçhane) in Venice”, Oxford Journal of Archaeology 8/2 (1989) 227-230.

“‘New’ Parthenon fragments in Venice”, Antiquity 62 (1988) 718-23.

“A painted window at St Sophia in Istanbul”, Dumbarton Oaks Papers 37 (1983) 165-6.

“Theodosius, Justinian, or Heraclius?” Art Bulletin 58 (1976) 281-282.