Byzantine Studies [Dupont Only]
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Norwalk, CT: Easton Press, 1992. Octavos, 11 volumes; VG; bound in fine genuine brown leather with bright gilt spines, black and red labels with gilt titling, and gilt decorative motif on covers; each volume with matching motif; gilt text block; silk endpapers; silk ribbon; shelved above Easton Press.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1990. First Edition. Octavo, 196 pages; VG/VG-; spine is blue with white lettering; dust jacket is in a mylar covering, has minor shelf wear, with a small closed tear on the bottom of the back cover, has minor creasing and dust build up; binding has minimal shelf wear; pages have minor foxing along the edges; shelved Byzantine Empire.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1985. First Edition, Second Printing. Quarto, 788 pages, VG-/VG-; dj, white spine, black lettering: mild overall wear to dj, occasional small closed tears to edges of covers, approximately 1" tear to top corner of back cover, mild rubbing to back cover along hinge, "45.00" to front flap; quarter-bound, navy blue cloth spine, orange cloth boards, dull gold lettering to spine: very mild overall wear to boards, small open tear to cloth to top edge of back board; mild age-toning to text-block; light age-toning to margins of interior, text and graphics unaffected; INSCRIBED by Kostof to half-title page; shelved Front Table.
Parisiis [Paris]: E. Typographia Regia, 1660. folio; 387pp.; VG; rebound, new brown paneled spine, remnants of gilt and labeling preserved, lacking head and tail of old spine, previous boards preserved; moderate bumping and wear to boards; red speckling to text block; Signatures: ã⁶ẽ⁴ĩ⁴õ⁴ũ⁴ 2ã² A-2T⁴ 2V⁶ 2X-3F⁴, , 387,  pages; text in Greek and Latin in parallel columns, with the Greek always towards the gutter; wide margins; interior clean, with no writing and minimal to no age-markings; colophon reads: Parisiis: in typographia regia, curante Sebastiano Cramoisy, regis ac reginae architypographo, 1659; Michele Glica (circa 1125 - Constantinople, 1204) was a historian, astrologer, theologian, and Byzantine poet. The Annals are a chronological review of Adam's historical events at the death of the Roman Emperor of the Orient Alessio I Comneno (1118), a compendium of didactic nature composed in a style in which classical and popular tendencies are found.; shelved above case 0.
New York: Random House, 1957. First. Octavo; G+/VG; illustrated spine, white text; jacket has age toning, smudging, chipping around edges, open tears at spine head, two-inch closed tear at back head edge, one-inch closed tear at front head edge; boards are strong, rubbing around edges, fraying at spine head; textblock is clean; pp 184.
New York: Bollingen Foundation and Pantheon Books, 1966. First edition; Bollingen Series LXX. Set of three folios in purple cloth with dark green DJ in dark green illustrated case; VG/VG; in very good condition; vol. 1 Historical Introduction and Description of Mosaics and Frescoes; vol. 2 Mosaics plates 1-33; vol. 3 Frescoes plates 335-553; plates on glossy paper black and white with some in colors; shelved under review table; please contact us for shipping costs.
Rutgers University Press, 1968. First edition;. Octavo in cloth; VG+/VG; multicolor with white letters; DJ has some soiling and shelf wear; flaps with colored maps; text block in larger print very clean; illustrations throughout; page xxi has small dent and crease; pp. 356. Shelved Byzantine Studies.
Rutgers University Press, 1969. First edition;. Thick octavo in cloth; VG+/VG; spine black with white letters; colorful DJ has some soiling and shelf wear around edges; external edges have some foxing; text block in large print very clean; a few illustrations throughout; extensive bibliography; pp. 614. Shelved in Byzantine Studies.
Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 1947. Second Printing. Octavo hardcover in green boards, VG/No DJ: minor shelfwear, light bumping to head and tail of spine and corners of boards, previous owner's stamp to top corner of ffep, previous owner has written a summary of the book on the verso of the rear free endpaper, light age-toning. Includes numerous black-and-white photographs and illustrations. Binding strong. Photos, illustrations, and text remarkably clean. [Spine has green background and silver text. Shelved in Byzantine Studies].
New Jersey: Princeton University Press, 1982. Quarto, 449pp. Softcover in VG condition. Minor bumping and shelf-wear. Wraps are bright and clean. Light foxing to upper edge of text block, not affecting text itself. Previous owner's inscription on front free end page. Binding is sturdy. Includes numerous black and white photos. Shelve in: BYZANTINE STUDIES Spine is deep red with white text.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1976. First Edition. Quarto; 216pp; VG/none; full purple cloth; scattered foxing and dust-soiling to top edge and upper boards, owner name front end-paper, else very good. Monograph Number 4 in the series on the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis. [Spine; gold letters on purple cloth].
Washington, D.C. Dumbarton Oaks, 1985. First Edition. Quarto; 2 volumes; 394pp/290 plates; VG/none; full blue-gray buckram cloth; top edges bit foxed; remnants of dust-jackets affixed to paste-downs, owner name each front end-paper; else a very good set, profusely illustrated with black and white photographic plates and two folding maps in rear pocket volume two. [[Spine; gold letters on blue-gray cloth].
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1975. First Edition. Quarto; 206pp/436 figures; VG/none; full purple cloth; top edge bit foxed, boards very slightly warped; else a very good copy, profusely illustrated with black and white photos and charts. Report 1 of the Archaeological Exploration of Sardis. [Spine; gold letters on purple cloth].
Istanbul: Cem Yayinevi, 1984. First Edition. Quarto; 558pp; VG/VG; full black cloth in printed black and gray dust-jacket; gray spine with red text; Top edge bit dust-soiled; owner name front end-paper; else very good, profusely illustrated in black and white and color. [Spine; red letters on gray]; Shelved in Room X.
Washington DC: U S Government Printing Office, 1964. First Edition. Octavo; Blue cloth with gilt text; no dust jacket; (Good+ Condition); Binding strong and text clean with minor, uniform age toning throughout. Text block clean but age toned; age and sun toning and rubbing to spine; minor shelf wear to binding, light bumping to head and tail of spine. [D.C. Store: Case #1] Profusely illustrated. 888 pages. Includes signed letter and envelope from J. EDGAR HOOVER to George C. Mumford, Jr. of the FBI, praising Mr. Mumford's work on behalf of the Warren Commission and approving a quality within-grade salary increase.
USA: Birkhauser, 1998. n/a. Qto. VG/ - no DJ. light gray HB spine with black lettering and white on turquoise text-box. front and rear HB panels have a graphic light green and gray graphic design across front and rear boards. two small chip bottom HB panel edges. highlighting & underlining pages 1-24. corners gently nipped. textblock generally read and numbered figures throughout. text interior, no creases or folds. 491 pp. ISBN # 0817640096.
Orleans: Paul Pigelet & Fils, 1922. 1st Ed. 8vo bound in tan wraps with black lettering. Spine and edges with yellow adhesive tape repaired; text block loose, but all pages present. JANSE'S OWN COPY, a known archaeologist and anthropologist, with his notes. 139 figures. Included are several LS between Janse and Det Kongelige Nordiske Oldskriftselskab regarding Janse's publications and sent copies. As is.
New York: Iris Books/ Oxford University Press, 1952. 1st. Folio in off white, stiff wraps. G. Insides age darkened but clean, features 14 full color illustrations, all in excellent condition. Wraps are scuffed and bumped along the edges; heavy chipping at the tail of the spine. Accompanied by flimsy paper wraps. Introduction by Peter Meyer. Light blue text on an off white spine.
Washington DC: John Curtiss, 1921. Unknown. Small Folio VG-/- NDJ Dark green boards with gold titles. Tear at top of spine. Corners bumped. Some faint wear to covers. Spine a bit sunned. Pages excellent. A conference participated in by representatives of the US, Britain, France, Italy, Japan, Belgium, Holland, Portugal, and China, with portraits, biographies, excerpts from addresses, and the complete text of the more important treaties.
Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Center for Byzantine Studies, 1974. 1st. Thick 4to VG+/VG Off-white DJ with black titles. Some wear to edges, corners. Covers worn. Pages tight, excellent. B&W plates. Items of interest among a most outstanding collection of essays include "Loca Santa and the Representational Arts of Palestine" by Kurt Weitzmann, "The Andreas Salos Apocalypse:Greek Text, Translation, and Commentary" by Lennart Ryden, and "Truth and Convention in Byzantine Descriptions of Works of Art" by Henry Maguire.