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Author Name    Welter, Gabriel

Title   Aigina, Meros Proton (3000 p. Ch.-395 m. Ch.), Egina [Aegina], Part One, 3000 bce - 395 ce

Binding   Decorative Boards

Book Condition   Very Good

Jacket Condition   No Jacket

Edition   Presumed First Edition

Size   8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Publisher   Athens, Greece Ekdoseis Morphotikou Syllogou Aigines 1962

Seller ID   007709

This book is in Modern Greek, with footnotes occasionally in German, Latin, Italian, etc. Presumed written originally in German and presumed published in Germany in 1938. Translated and edited by Georgias P Koulikoupde. From the series, Istoria tes Ellados Kata Periochas. 9.75 x 7 inches. Bound in quarter red buckram spine, with gilt-stamped lettering, and with red and black marbled paper hardboards. Moderately rubbed but on the whole exceptionally clean and with light, even sunning to the spine. Generally unbumped spine head and tail, with very minor abrasion to the corners. Text block firmly bound in. With xvi and 160 numbered pages of text, followed by 35 full-page B&W plates, including archival photos of sculpture and ceramics, and a map of the island indicating significant archaeological sites. The plates on semi-glossy stock. Previous owner name and date in very neat and small ink hand to the top corner of the front FEP. Page 44 with a small marginal note in ink. Else very clean internally. A Very Good copy. Scarce in any condition. Gabriel Welter [1890-1954] was an archaeologist and a prolific author. "He was associated with the German Archaeological Institute, and conducted archaeological excavations on the islands of Aegina and Naxos. On Aegina, he is remembered for his work at Kolonna and at the Temple of Aphaea."

Price = 195.00 USD


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