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Etruria-Celtica.  Etruscan Literature and Antiquities Investigated; or, The Language of That Ancient and Illustrious People Compared and Identified with the Iberno-Celtic, and Both Shown to be Phoenician - Vol. I by  Sir William Betham - Hardcover - 1842 - from Monroe Bridge Books, SNEAB Member (SKU: 003672)

Etruria-Celtica. Etruscan Literature and Antiquities Investigated; or, The Language of That Ancient and Illustrious People Compared and Identified with the Iberno-Celtic, and Both Shown to be Phoenician - Vol. I

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Etruria-Celtica. Etruscan Literature and Antiquities Investigated; or, The Language of That Ancient and Illustrious People Compared and Identified with the Iberno-Celtic, and Both Shown to be Phoenician - Vol. I

by Betham, Sir William

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Dublin: Philip Dixon Hardy and Sons, 1842. IN FAIR CONDITION. Complete with folding frontis of the Fourth Eugubian Table, 1 map and a plate of the Perugian Stone. Lacks backstrip, a few pages detached, embossed ownership on title page. Volume 1 only. Author's obituary & newspaper article covering the auction results of the sale of his library, mounted on ffp. IRISH LANGUAGE.. Hard Cover. FAIR. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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Bookseller
Monroe Bridge Books, SNEAB Member US (US)
Bookseller Inventory #
003672
Title
Etruria-Celtica. Etruscan Literature and Antiquities Investigated; or, The Language of That Ancient and Illustrious People Compared and Identified with the Iberno-Celtic, and Both Shown to be Phoenician - Vol. I
Author
Betham, Sir William
Format/binding
Hardcover
Book condition
Used - FAIR
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Philip Dixon Hardy and Sons
Place of Publication
Dublin
Date published
1842
Keywords
Etruria Celtica Celtic Language Literature Antiquities Etruscan Gael Cymbri Irish Gaul Picts Welsh Alphabet Eugubian Tables
Bookseller catalogs
Archaeology/Anthropolgy/Ethnology; REFERENCE & LANGUAGE; SCOTLAND, ENGLAND, IRELAND & WALES;
Size
8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall

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Monroe Bridge Books, SNEAB Member

***Prompt, friendly service, with all books carefully packed*** All orders shipped via the United States Postal Service. We will be happy to give you a quote on International shipping rates. Shipping costs may increase with heavy or oversized books. Any special requests will be billed at actual or estimated cost. MASS Residents, please add 6.25% sales tax. Returns accepted with prior approval, within 10 days of receipt of book, if book not as described. email - monroe.bridge.books@gmail.com, or call - 413 743-2131

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