Didyma. I. Die Baubeschreibung in Drei Banden: 3. Zeichnungen
by Knackfuss, Hubert, & Theodor Wiegand
87 excellent plates presenting reconstructions and detailed measured drawings of buildings, columns, and decorative and other details pertaining to the architecture uncovered during extensive archaeological excavations at Didyma, an ancient Ionian sanctuary in present-day Didim, Turkey, the largest and most significant sanctuary on the territory of the great classical city Miletus. Soiling and waterstains on many pages. Atlas folio. Boards, paper covers torn and detached, corners bumbed and frayed. Berlin (Mann) 1941. At head of title: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin. A working copy, with significant staining on many pages and with a compromised binding, of a monumental work, the third part of the volume of the excavation report addressing the architectural details at Didyma; the first part of Die Baubeschreibung is a text volume and the second part presents photographic documentation. The excavations at Didyma were overseen by Wiegand from 1905-1911. (Inventory #: 47464)
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