Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1971. Hardcover. VG- (Has light aging overall, former owner name and year on first page; surfaces are clear.). Brown cloth, gilt letters on spine, dark brown paper dust jacket, 456 pp., BW illus. "The Early Iron Age of Greece, an obscure but crucially formative period in the growth of the most important civilization of the western world, has been traversed in earlier studies but seldom if ever examined in such detail as in the present volume. Dr. Snodgrass has produced an exhaustive synthesis of present knowledge of the period. ... Although the book reveals discontinuity in many aspects of material life, its ultimate message is one of continuity at the most fundamental level of all, that of human population." (dj). (Inventory #: 156073)
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