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A Fascinating Exploration of the Art of Ancient Etruria and Early Rome -
The Romans ~ The Etruscans & the Hellenistic Influences in the 'Art of the World Series'

This is a Clean and Presentable Officially De-accessioned Library Volume

"The Art of Etruria and Early Rome"
BY G. A. Mansuelli

issued by Crown Publishers, Inc.
New York (1965)

A Magnificent Book, full of Fantastic & Beautiful Works of Art
Fashioned by Ancient Artists & Artisans of the Mediterranean Basin

Illustrated with line drawings and reproductions of color photographs, as well as black & white photographs

SERIES : Art of the World
TITLE : The Art of Etruria and Early Rome
AUTHOR : G. A. Mansuelli
TRANSLATOR : C. E. Ellis
YEAR : (1965)
PLACE : New York
IMPRINT : Crown
EDITION : Unstated .... First edition of the Crown edition which reprinted in English the edition published in 1964 at Baden-Baden, Germany

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION:

51 tipped-in plate illustrations in full color - 15 plate illustrations in black-and-white; numerous line illustrations; one map; includes appendices, Bibliography, and an Index; 255 pages; approximately 7" x 9"; green cloth ; photo-decorated dust-jacket

CONDITION

CLEAN AND PRESENTABLE WITH THE FOLLOWING NOTED:

Clean and Presentable de-accessioned Library Volume.

DUST JACKET : Jacket is affixed to paste-downs, front and rear mild over all wear, including a bit of paper roll at top edge - spine panel has catalog label

BOARDS : Clean and presentable with no library markings

SPINE : Clean and presentable with no library markings

HINGES / BINDING : Solid ... pages open widely and easily

PAGE EDGES : Clean

END PAPERS : Clean - ffep has library identiy stamp and discard stamp rfep has pocket, etc - else clean

INTERIOR : Clean and presentable with but modest library marks... very nice.

A SOLID, CLEAN COPY - X-LIBRARY


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Etruscan Art of Etruria and Early Rome, Funerary Decoration - Vintage Book on Ancient Artifacts - Archaeology

Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1960s
  • Materials: boards, cloth, paper, ink, thread, glue
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