Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1977. Hardcover. VG (DJ and top of book block have some faint foxing; otherwise this is a crisp and clean book.). Blue cloth, gold and illus. dust jacket, 169 text pp. with pp, of 71 BW plates at rear. "Although fragments of Aeolic buildings have been known for almost a century, this book represents the first comprehensive attempt to define the limits of the Aeolic tradition. The author considers the architecture historically and examines its stylistic development from the Late Bronze Age of the Near East until the Archaic period in Greece." (dj). (Inventory #: 155871)
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