New York: George Braziller, 1969. Hardcover. VG (Book is quite clean, with minor edge wear to dj; slicpase has wear along spine and paper title block and is missing one of the two small internal flaps; otherwise quite good.). Crimson cloth, gilt letters on spine, white and brown and color illus. dust jacket. 388 pp. Profuse color and bw plates; held in original cardboard slipcase with maroon and white paper title block on spine. Addresses the kinds of art established by the Franks, Huns, Goths, Vandals, Saxons, and Lombards. Covers architecture and sculpture, book illumination, and funerary art. Includes chronologies, an extensive bibliography, and much more. (Inventory #: 18960)
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