Good. No dust jacket. Moderate cover wear, inner hinges taped, o/w good; a few scattered instances of marginalia, last index p. missing, o/w G. xxiv, 717 p. illus. (col. front. ) maps (part col. ) 22 cm. "The present treatise first appeared as a text-book, under the title, Ancient times, in 1916. "--Foreword.
Good. No dust jacket. Hardcover; Good condition; (shelf C15); tight binding; Printed Text VG; no DJ; 2 small stain spots at top of cover; 3 small soil marks to back of cover; name inside; 669 p. Includes: illustrations, maps, index. (shelf C15); This book covers in detail: "The Earliest Human Progress; Civilizations of the Ancient Near East; The Greeks; The Hellenistic Age and the Roman Republic; and the Roman Empire"; Outstanding Text;
This is a book that will hold the reader's attention--both as fascinating reading and as a well-illustrated beautifully organized book. It is made with very sturdy pages, and is quite heavy to hold. It is unusual for a book of this quality and depth of subject to be bound in such an impressive way. This book is a treasure.
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