Ann Arbor: The University of Michigan Press, 1987. Hardcover. VG- (Average wear to dj edges; former owner name and year on first page; otherwise in good shape.). Tan-gray cloth, maroon title block and gilt letters on spine, gilt decoration on front cover, black & illus. glossy dust jacket, 254 pp., 50 color and BW plates, BW figures in text. "Nearly five thousand years ago, in the Early Bronze Age, figures of bright white marble were carved in the Cyclades, an archipelago of some thirty small islands at the center of the Aegean. Since the early nineteenth century, when these Cycladic sculptures or 'idols,' as they are often called, first began to attract attention, they have fascinated scholars, treasure seekers, and serious travelers alike. ... [This book] discusses the culture of the region before turning ... attention to the figures themselves, and to the work of sixteen specific artists who lived between ca. 3000 and 2200 B.C." (dj). (Inventory #: 156262)
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