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GREEK SCULPTURE; A CRITICAL REVIEW

by Carpenter, Rhys

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Chicago, Illinois: The University of Chicago Press, 1960. 47 b/w plates. 276 pp. plus plates. White endpapers. Quarter orange cloth with black titles. Brown DJ with b/w photo. Chips, wear along the edges. VG+/VG-.


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VG+/VG-
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Cloth
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