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New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons. 1924. 432 pp. Hardcover. Board show some very light wear around the edges but otherwise in very good condition. Internally clean save for an inscription by a previous owner on the front board verso. A very good, tight copy.
[Farnborough, Hants, England: Gregg Press Ltd. 1966.] Hardcover, no jacket as issued. viii+286pp+85 plates. This is the 1966 Gregg reprint of the 1920 London edition. Condition is as new. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. The comprehensive english language reference work on Terra Sigillata. (cfm)
London: Hutchinson and Co. Ltd. (ND). 238pp. Illustrated with 8 illustrations and 6 maps. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition with a lightly shelf-worn and soiled dust jacket.
New York; Harrison Smith and Robert Haas, 1936. First Edition. Hardcover, no dj. Illustrations by Da Osimo, and relief maps by the author. Purple cloth boards are age faded,and lightly rubbed /soiled. Owner name pencilled on front pastedown. Otherwise, interior is clean and unmarked, square and tightly bound. Overall Very Good.
RECUEIL GENERAL DES BAS-RELIEFS DE LA GAULE ROMAINE, TOME PREMIER, ALPES MARITIMES, ALPES COTTIENNES, CORSE., NARBONNAISE
Ridgewood, NJ: Gregg Press Incorporated. 1965. x+489pp. Hardcover, no jacket as issued. Illlustrated. Gregg reprint of the Paris 1907 edition. French language. Fine condition. Faint dust spots to page edges. We obtained this book directly from the publisher over fifty years ago, it has never been privately owned. (cfm)
Amsterdam; The Elsevier Press, 1952. Hardcover with dj. xii+467pp. Good condition in a Poor jacket. Jacket is shelfworn with tears, a missing portion, and foxing. Blue cloth boards pretty clean but there is a 1/4 inch puncture to spine fabric. Owner name penned to ffep; foxing to first and last few pages, and to a glossy page (and facing pages) mid book. Otherwise clean, unmarked, and securely bound. Foldout maps in rear are present. "...it reconstructs the renowned episode of Caesar's famed sojourn with Cleopatra - describes the lurid infamy of the Vale of Daphne, the splendors of the Ptolemies, the triumph of Rome, the fall of paganism, the rise of Christianity and the final destruction of the Hellenic world by the Moslem." (cfm)
Oxford; The Clarendon Press, . Hardcover, no dj. vi+331pp. Very Good condition. Green cloth boards somewhat mottled with light soiling. Some bowing and splaying of boards. Owner name penned to ffep. Otherwise, the interior is nearly as new. "In this book I have endeavoured to make a fresh contribution to a subject whose importance is now generally recognized, the influence of geographic environment on human history, in a study of this influence on the world of ancient Greece and Rome. " (cfm)
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