New York, New York: The Archaeological Institute of America, 1967. Hardcover. G- (No dj; stain on front cover; binding has faded along outer spine and edges; page edges have tanned lightly but surfaces are clean.). Red stamped cloth, gilt letters on spine, 102 text pp. plus 62 pages of BW plates at rear. "The panel reliefs representing Marcus Aurelius' wars on the Danube have been under discussion at intervals for most of this century, but the problems involved in their interpretation are still far from settled. Only at the turn of the century were the eight panels on the attic of the Arch of Constantine finally attributed to Marcus Aurelius and associated with the three in the Conservatori Museum." (introduction) A scarce volume, in any condition. (Inventory #: 155856)
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