“Forgotten Symbols of God”
Screening, Weaving, and Binding Patterns from the Early Christian World
Henry Maguire and Eunice Dauterman Maguire, Johns Hopkins University
Eunice Dauterman Maguire, Curator of the Archaeological Collection and Senior Lecturer in Art History at Johns Hopkins University, is the author of Weavings from Roman, Byzantine and Islamic Egypt (1999) and, with Henry Maguire, the coauthor of Art and Holy Powers in the Early Christian House (1989).
Henry Maguire, Professor Emeritus in the History of Art Department of Johns Hopkins University, and a noted expert on Byzantine and medieval art, was the Director of Studies in the Byzantine Studies Program at Dumbarton Oaks (1991–1996). He is the author of Art and Eloquence in Byzantium (1981) and The Icons of Their Bodies: Saints and Their Images in Byzantium (1996).