Art of the Ancient near and Middle East

By: Du Ry, Carel J

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New York: Abrams, 1969. 1.1 kg; 264 pages, with bibliography, and index, in original blue cloth over boards, gilt writing to the spine, illustrated end pages, 291 plates, including 150 in full colour; maps; chronological tables . Colour illustrated dust wrapper. Price sticker stained to the front fold over flap lower corner, rubbing of the top edge of the rear panel of the dust jacket. Now protected. The volume in the Panorama of World Art series, successfully traces the long history of the peoples of the region and the related cultures in Anatolia and Palestine. Starting with the first evidence of Mesolithic man around 9000 BC, through to later Parthian and Sassanian renaissances. This book will weigh more than 1.0 kg when packed. Please enquire of the bookseller for an amended quote for the postage to destinations outside of Australia. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/Good. Illus. by Various. 8 vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" Tall. Art -- Ancient.

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