London: The Oxford University Press / The British Academy, 1960. Hardcover. G (Aging slightly overll; dj has smudges on it and is corner clipped; plate pages are tanning at edges; former owner name and year on first page.). Light gray cloth, gilt letters on spine, aqua & illus. dust jacket, 140 text pp. plus pp. of 108 BW plates at rear. Considers well the classical sculpture once created in the region of Cyreniaca at the time of the Holy Roman Empire. (Today it remains the eastern half of Libya.) "From the Augustan period onwards there appeared an abundant series of portrait-busts and portrait-statues of imperial and private persons. These reflect, in quanitity, the fortunes of the country under Roman rule; while in quality they exhibit a widely varying range of artistic competence, corresponding to the complex pattern of an essentially mixed population." (dj) Includes dozens of supporting illustrations. (Inventory #: 156078)
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