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Lot 1097: 2V Ejnar Dyggve / Vagn Poulsen LINDOS FOUILLES DE L'ACROPOLE 1960 Vintage Danish Archaeology Ancient Greece Antiquity Rhodes Photographic Figures Folding Map
by National Book Auctions
22 October 2016
Freeville, NY, USALive Auction
Title: Lindos: fouilles de l'acropole, 1902-1914 et 1952
Author: Ejnar Dyggve - Ejnar Dyggve was a Danish architect and archeologist. He worked extensively on Balkan architecture starting in 1922 during an expedition to Salona in Dalmatia., Vagn Poulsen - Vagn Hager Poulsen was a Danish classical archaeologist and museum director.
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter & Cie. libraires-editeurs / G.E.C. GAD libraire-editeur
City: Berlin / Copenhagen
Binding Style: Hardcover
Number of Volumes: 2 Full Set: No
Width: 10" Height: 13"
Book Details: Lindos is an archaeological site, a town and a former municipality on the island of Rhodes, in the Dodecanese, Greece.
Excavations were carried out at Lindos in the years 1900 to 1914 by the Carlsberg Institute of Denmark, directed by K.F. Kinch and Christian Blinkenberg. The acropolis site was excavated down to bedrock and the foundations of all the buildings were uncovered.
Condition / Notes: This set includes the third volume ("Le sanctuaire d'Athana Lindia et l'architecture lindienne") of the Carlsberg Foundation's excavations in Rhodes at Lindos. This volume is in two parts.
These vintage volumes are bound in tan cloth covers with stamped red lettering/ruling on the spines and front covers. The exteriors are largely well preserved, showing only minor shelf wear. The bindings are sound. The pages show mild age toning. This work is illustrated with numerous photographic figures and diagrams. There is a full-color folding map laid in at the rear of the second volume. The text is in French.
Each book is protected by an illustrated jacket. The jackets display mild age toning, and light scattered foxing at the fore edges of the flaps. These volumes are housed in a cardboard slipcase showing light external wear.
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