Very Good in Very Good jacket. 392pp. (grey) 1974. Second edition, revised and augmented by Jaromir Malek. A very good, clean, tight copy in like jacket. Original publisher's boards-gilt embossed to the spine. An ex-library copy with extremely mild library markings. Two library stamp marks to the reverse of the title page. No other library markings to the book or the jacket. No inscriptions. A bump to the head of the spine and a bump to the head of the rear board. Slight bumps to several corners. The jacket has not been price-clipped. A slight open nick to the jacket at the head of the spine. A very good, clean, tight copy.
Very Good. 1929, ex-lib. in dust jacket frayed along edges and with the top 6cm missing. Dispatched within 2 business days. Price-clipped dust jacket. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Good.
Very Good. 1929. Oxford University Press (Clarendon Press), 1929. Half cloth over paper covered boards, small quarto, 203 pp., illus. Foxing to eps as per usual. Overall, very sound. (Subject: Ancient, Egyptology. )
Mostly clean, tight, bright text but with former owner's notes inside back cover and on one or two pages. Covers have age toning, and a sticker on lower spine. Art museum ex-lib. copy with book plate, small stamp, pocket, and bar code. Tan card boards with tan cloth spine; black lettering on spine. 203 pp. with numerous bw line drawings of plans. Volume II in the series. With an introduction by Rosalind Moss. Chock full of information, with a list of abbreviations and list of Collections of Manuscripts. Covers the East and West Banks, including the Temples of Karnak and Luxor in the East and desert, mortuary, and other temples (including Isis and Thoth) in the West. With indices of Periods and Royalties, Divinities, and Various listings. Includes a list of plans/illustrations.
Mostly clean, tight, bright text but with a few margin notations on select pages. Covers have age toning, and corners are bumped. Art museum ex-lib. copy with book plate, small stamp, pocket, and bar code. Tan card boards with tan cloth spine; black lettering on spine. 294 pp. with numerous bw line drawings of plans. A paper pasted inside the front cover states, "With the compliments of Professor F. LL. Griffith; Sandridge, Boar's Hill, Oxford, England." Several hand-written pages of notes by former owner laid in, perhaps of interest; some with hieroglyphs. Volume IV in the series. With an introduction by Rosalind Moss. Chock full of information, with a list of abbreviations and list of Collections of Manuscripts. Covers the areas of Lower and Middle Egypt by minute geographical areas: North, Central, South, East, West, East Bank, West Bank, and everything in between; pyramids, chapels, temples, necropoli, tombs, cemeteries, etc. Includes a list of plans. NOTE: F. LL. Griffith wrote the Foreword to Volume I of this series.
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