New Haven and London: Yale University, 1965. Hardcover. NF/VG- (Clean, crisp, bright, tight but with art professor's name/date on ffep; wear to very head of dj spine and a hint along top edge) A beautiful copy.. Embossed green cloth/boards; patterned green dj with white lettering. Map end papers. xxxii, 202 pp. 221 illustrations, including 1 foldout. Smith examines the ways in which Egypt's foreign relations may have affected the world of art within and beyond her borders, including changes in artistic points of view, possibly brought about by observations of foreign objects...The analyses are set against historical record and are documented by the author's new reconstructions and more than 200 illustrations. (Inventory #: 156375)
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