The Search for Homer’s Ithaca, very numerous photo illustrations (mostly in colour, a few in b&w), coloured maps and diagrams, appendices (by James Diggle on the evidence in the ‘Odyssey’, and by John Underhill on the geological evidence), extensive bibliography, Homeric index and general index, xx & 598 pp, dark blue boards in d/w, in very good condition, Cambridge University Press 2005, £14.50
25.2 x 19.6 cm, 2050g, ISBN 0 52185 357 5
An astonishingly comprehensive (look how much it weighs!) yet very readable work, pulling in experts from other disciplines to back up the theory. The theory in facts puts Homeric Ithaca on the island we know as Cephallonia!
See below the description from the dustwrapper flap and the brief reviews from the rear of the dustwrapper.
In print at £37.00.