Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1977. first. Hardcover. VG/VG former owner's name/date on ffep (professor of classical art). Black cloth/boards. Gilt title. Turquoise-illuls. dj with white lettering. xii + 140 pp. followed by 99 bw figures. "In this distinguished book, the Dr. Vermeule provides a fascinating account of how the Romans used Greek sculpture, both original creations and copies of famous works of art, in Roman public buildings and private estates. He traces the Roman installation of Greek works of art into theaters, baths, villas, temples, and even into market places. His desrciption encompasses the end of the Roman Republic (ca. 50 B.C.) to the Christian era." from the dj flap. (Inventory #: 156048)
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