New York: Harry N. Abrams, Inc, 1960. Hardcover. VG- (No dj; binding has some foxing; pages are clean and color plates are especially vibrant; former owner name and year on first page, otherwise clean.). Oatmeal cloth, gilt letters on spine, 186 text pp., with 236 BW plate pages bound in middle; and 43 color plates tipped in near front of text. "Archaeologists of many countries, not least of Greece, have made known the results of their researches in numerous publications, of the greatest archaeological and scholarly value. But for the wider interested public there is no summary which presents the historical and artistic importance of the discoveries in their true proportions. The present book is designed to meet this need. The illustrations have been selected with as much regard for archaeological accuracy as for the effective presentation of the beauty of their subjects, thereby complementing and illuminating Profesor Marinatos's text." (dj) Lovely! (Inventory #: 155897)
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