Very Good. B000SNNP7E One library identification stamp on top page edges. One small discard stamp on title page (no other markings). 260 pages. 23 color plates and 133 monochrome plates. U.S. orders are shipped from N.Y. state.
Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. 4to-over 9¾"-12" tall. Cloth, hard cover in dust jacket., several minute indents to board edges. no other flaws. any wear to dj is negligible. clean, no writing or markings, no tears, clips or chips. strong binding. a very well preserved copy.; pre-isbn. translated from german original.; 247pp. plus unpaginated index and illustration list at back. 23 color plates, some tipped-in. 133 b/w plates. the dj offers this title-coptic art in early christian egypt. the title page has, coptic art, without the rest.
This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Dust Jacket in fair condition., 1500grams, ISBN:
Orig. red cloth. Fine in near fine dust wrapper. 259 pp. Twenty-three colorplates and 133 illustrations in black and white. Translated by Jean Carroll and Sheila Hatton. Bibliography. Index. Wessel has compiled a comprehensive and penetrating study of Egyptian art at a time when paganism was ending and Christendom was preparing to assume sole mastery of the Roman Empire.
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