Very Good. No Dust Jacket. Book. 4to-over 9¾-12" tall. This is Part 2 of the 6th volume of the A.W. Mellon lectures in the fine arts which are delivered annually at the National Gallery of Art. The volumes of lectures constitute number XXXV in the Bollingen Series. This is a particularly interesting volume on ancient architecture especially Egypt and Mesopotamia. Subjects include pyramids, ziggurats, and temples. The major theme is the variety of ancient conceptions of space. Includes fold-out maps. Book Condition: Very Good; no internal markings; some light age discoloration to inside covers and free end papers; rubbing to spine; relaxed binding.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Bollingen series XXXV. Architect Arthur L. Kaha's copy with his stamped name and ink signature on front endpaper. Blue cloth hardcovers are clean, spine little sunned. Interior in very good condition, clean and tight. B&W Illustrations. Small 4to 9"-11" tall Professional bookseller for twenty years. Orders shipped daily in cardboard bookfolds.
Very Good in Fair jacket. Small Folio-8" x 10" [Arch-B]. 583 pp. Hardcover, bound in blue cloth with dustwrapper. Moderate shelf-wear, the dustwrapper dampstained on the back cover with a few chips and tears.
Good in Good dust jacket. Sl oversize, edges dampmarked, pages sl rippled, cover stained Dj is price clipped, edgeworn, rubbed, and dampmarked inside. 18 color plates, 327 illustrations and 2 fold out maps.; 583 pages; Despite the noticable rippling, text is not affected. A good research copy of this important work.
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