From the Beginning of the 2nd Millennium to the End of the 1st Century BC, Translated by Henry Cleere, text and captions entirely in English, very numerous b&w illustrations from photographs, line-drawings, plans and diagrams, maps, location maps on endpapers, bibliography and index, 256 pp, red boards in d/w, spine of d/w sunned, otherwise in very good condition, BCA by arrangement with Batsford 1991
24.7 x 18.3 cm, 1010g, ISBN 978 0 71346 523 5
See below the description from the dustwrapper flap. The text is in small type and in double columns (see specimen page below), and, as can be seen from the book’s size and weight, this is a serious and scholarly study.
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