University of California Press 1930 Sather Classical Lectures, Volume Six. Hard cover Good. No dust jacket. 634 p. Includes: illustrations, diagrams, maps, index. Minor stains and wear to boards. Stains to upper text edge. Book plate on front pastedown. Price/Notation on ffep in pencil. Book seller stamps on rear fep. Book otherwise clean and unmarked with tight binding.
[publisher: Berkeley: University of California Press] Hardcover First Edition Printed in the USA. First Edition, First Printing. (Sather Classical Lectures) Preface, List of Maps and Diagrams, Introduction, Epilogue, Notes, Index; xxxvii, 634 pages. The original dark-blue cloth is in very good shape, with just a touch of rubbing to the extremities and a few tiny white spots along the top edge of the upper board; gilt lettering is still bright on the spine. [Please see multiple images of the actual book.] The interior remains bright, crisp, and clean, despite some normal age-toning to the text-block edges. "The purpose of these lectures is, briefly, to examine the Greeks' own beliefs about their origin, in the light of modern advances in the study of race, language, religious beliefs, arts and crafts, observances and institutions: to supplement and revise their notions from sources of information and methods of enquiry not available in antiquity; to take notice of our own ignorance in many of these matters; and to submit a program of research. For it is no use to detect shortcomings unless you are ready with a remedy."---from the introduction. As with every book from my father's collection, tipped in at the front is the small, attractive, acid-free bookplate pictured on my homepage. All books are wrapped with special care and are shipped promptly---domestic sales sent with 'delivery confirmation' tracking; international sales sent via globa ...
[publisher: University of California Press] Hardcover 1930 Univ of California Press hardcover, no dj, with some shelfwear/edgewear, GOOD Standard-sized. [Harrisburg, PA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 1930]
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