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Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Good. Remainder Staining to back part of book; affects last 100 pages but no odor and no sticky pages. No previous owner writing inside. Remainder mark along bottom edge of book. Extra shipping may be requested on international orders as well as on priority orders as this book is quite thick and heavy.
Paperback. Near Fine. Actual publication date 2000. Grey illustrated wraps, 538 pages. This book is in great shape overall; slight streaks to textblock edges, but otherwise clean and sharp all around. Actual publication date 2000.
VG-(Slight soiling around page edges) Maroon illus. wraps; 538 pp.; Numerous bw figures. Divided into 4 sections: The Setting, Politics and Culture, Society and Culture, After the Fall; Includes writings by various authors, including "Toward an Ecological Understanding of the Myth of Venice" by Elisabeth Crouzet-Pavan, "Was There Republicanism in the Renaissance Republics? Venice After Agnadello" by Edward Muir, "'A Plot Discover'd? ' Myth, Legend, and the 'Spanish' Conspiracy against Venice in 1618" by Richard Mackenney, "Behind the Walls: The Material Culture of Venetian Elites" by Patricia Fortini Brown, "Slave Redemption in Venice, 1585-1797" by Robert C. Davis, and more.
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