Princeton, New Jersey: The University of Cincinnati / Princeton University Press, 1963. Hardcover. G+ (No dj; has moderate wear along outside edges; a few fox marks along book block edge; former owner name and year on first page, otherwise pages are clean.). Dark gray buckram, gilt letters on spine, 163 text pp. followed by 3 maps and 63 BW plate pages. One of the supplements to the multi-volume set, "Troy: Excavations conducted by the University of Cincinnati, 1932-1938." "This study deals with the terracottas of Ilion that were found in the campaigns of the University of Cincinnati on that site from 1932 through 1938. Chronologically, they range from the fourth century B.C. into late Roman times. Most belong to the late Hellenistic period. They form an important body of evidence for the study of the minor arts of an area that contributed much to the formation of the tastes of the Roman empire." (preface) The annotated catalogue addresses more than 300 specific pieces, and many are pictured here. An uncommon volume. (Inventory #: 156364)
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