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The Archaeology of Wigford and the Brayford Pool. Lincoln Archaeological Studies No.2.

By Steane, Kate et al:

Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2001 First edition. HB. Laminated colour photo-illustrated boards. viii, 360pp, tall quarto. Well illustrated with b&w photos, line drawings, figures and maps in text throughout. Archaeological digs in the Wigford area of Lincoln from the seventies and eighties. Detailed bibliography. Fine copy. Pencil annotation to one piece of text.


The Pyramids and Temples of Gizeh

By Petrie, W.M. Flinders:

London: Histories & Mysteries of Man Ltd 1990 New and Revised edition with an update by Zahi Hawass. Hardcover , xii, 135pp with frontis and 8 plates, plus illustrations in the update. Red simulated leather binding, gilt ot front and spine. A near Fine copy.


Inyanga. Prehistoric Settlements in Southern Rhodesia.

By Summers, Roger et al:

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1958 First edition. HB. Blue cloth with gilt titles, and dustjacket. 336pp. With 22 plates of b&w photos, and 84 figures in text. The archaelogical remains and monuments surveyed for the Inyanga Research fund from 1948 on. Contributions by 5 scholars as well as the author. Very Good in Fine jacket, now in clear sleeve. Covers have light patchy spotting, endpapers blotchy foxing, top closed edges foxing; otherwise pages clean. Jacket has light rubbing and mark to edges, light foxing to back and small price-clipping.


The Ancient Inhabitants of Jebel Moya (Sudan).

By Mukherjee, Ramkrishna; Rao, C. Radhakrishna & Trevor, J.C.:

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1955 First edition. HB. Maroon cloth with gilt titles and motif, and dustjacket. 123pp. With 3 b&w photo plates, and many tables in text. The human remains of the first millenium BC found in Sir Henry Wellcome's excavations at Jebel Moya in th Sudan in 1911-14. With appendices by Frank Addison and the authors. Fine in Very Good jacket, now in clear sleeve. Clean covers and pages, with minimal spotting to closed edges. Jacket has small loss to upper edge near spine, and price-clipping.


Excavations at Ur

By Woolley, Sir Leonard:

London: Ernest Benn, 1955 Third (corrected) impression. HB. Maroon cloth, gilt titles and pictorial dustjacket. 262pp. With coloured plate frontispiece, 32 b&w photo plates, and 22 figures in text (mostly building plans). Very Good in Very Good jacket. Light tanning to page edges, a few tiny marks to top edges and front endpapers. Jacket bright, with light wear to edges and back and some edgewear.


The Egyptian Correspondence of Abimilki, Prince of Tyre.

By Albright, W.F.:

Oxford: University Press, 1937 Reprint from the Journal of Egyptian Archaeology, Vol. XXIII, Part 2, 1937. Inscribed by author on front wrapper: with the writer's thanks. Paperback: grey card wrappers, threaded. pp190-203. Quarto. No illustrations. Good+. Clean pages. Crease across middle of wrappers and pages (has been folded).


Thornhill Farm, Fairford, Gloucestershire. An Iron Age and Roman Pastoral Site in the Upper Thames Valley.

By Jennings, David ; Muir, Jeff; Palmer, Simon & Smith, Alex:

Oxford: Oxford University School of Archaeological for Oxford Archaeology, 2004 First edition. HB. Laminated pictorial boards. 200pp, h: 30cms. Illustrated throughout with b/w photos, line drawings, site plans. Text contributions by various other authors as well as main ones. Near Fine, very small stain to fore-edge.


Feast. Why Humans Share Food.

By Jones, Martin:

Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007 First edition. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 364pp. B/w photos in text. The development of the social meal in human society, from archeaological and historical evidence, and what it means for understanding our nature. Very Good in Very Good jacket; v. light rubbing to spine ends of cover and jacket.


Facts and Artifacts of Ancient Middle America

By Muser, Curt (compiler):

New York, E. P. Dutton, 1978 A glossary of over 2500 terms and words used inthe archaeology and art history of pre-Columbian Mexico and Central America. Includes maps of the cultural areas, site plans for major centres and 5 chronological tables by cultural area. HB with dust jacket. 1st ed. xxviii, 212pp. 32 colour plates and 80 B&W line drawings. Minor bumping to spine base. Dust jacket spine sunned. A very good+ copy in a very good+ dust jacket.


The Tajin Totonac. Part 1. History, Subsistence, Shelter and Technology.

By Kelly, Isabel & Palerm, Angel:

Washington: Smithsonian Institution, 1952 First edition. Paperback: printed thin card wrappers. 369pp, h: 26 cms. 33 b/w photo plates, 69 in-text line drawings & figures, 18 maps, some fold-out. Smithsonian Institution Institute of Social Anthopology Publication No.13. The culture of the rural Totonacapan region of Mexico. Very Good: wrappers have lightly creased and rubbed edges with v. small losses to lower spine. Pages clean, binding sound.


Pompeii Awakened. A Story of Rediscovery.

By Harris, Judith:

London: I.B. Taurus, 2007 First edition. HB. Cloth, and dustjacket. 308p, h: 24cm. Colour photo plates, and many b/w photos & illustrations in text. The story of the rediscovery & excavation of Pompeii since 1748, and the different ways that it has viewed and used since then to suit the preoccupations of each era (eg Victorian morality & Mussolini's propaganda). Fine in Fine protected jacket.


Stylistic Variation in Prehistoric Ceramics

By Plog Stephen:

Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980 Using data drawn primarily from the American Southwest, the author shows that there are basic problems with the methods archaeologists traditionally use to classify and analyse prehistoric pottery. HB, viii, 160pp, with b/w Figures and Tables throughout. Dust jacket is lightly edgeworn. A VG+ copy with VG DJ.


Three Years in the Libyan Desert.

By Ewald Falls, J.C.:

London: Darf Publishers, 1985. Reprint in facsimile. Orig. published in 1913. HB. Cloth and dustjacket. 719p, 61 b/w photo plates. Travels, discoveries and excavations of the Menas Expedition (Kaufmann Expedition) - led by the german archaeologist Kaufmann to explore the Christian sites of Cyrenaica - but is of also of wider interest concerrning the local Bedouin peoples and culture. Very Good+ (light edge creasing/rubbing) in Very Good+ protected jacket.


Flying to 3000 B.C.

By Jeannerat, Pierre:

London: Hodder and Stoughton, 1957 First edition. HB. Cloth, gilt title, and pictorial dustjacket designed by the author. 230p. B/w photo plates and drawings by the author, & map. Archaeology of Egypt, Jordan and Iraq, including recent excavations. Good+ book in Good+ dustjacket. Cloth edges sl. browned, endpapers browned, pages clean. Jacket has minor losses and light handling wear.Still a reasonable copy.


Archaeological Guide to Taxila

By Marshall, Sir John:

Jodhpur, India: Scientific Publications, 1986 Reprint. (first pub. in 1918). HB. Boards with cloth spine and dustjacket.124p. 29 b/w photo illustrations, pull-out maps and folded map enclosed loose at back. The author was Director General of Archaeology in British India; the remains of the city of Taxila, which dates back to the 5th century BC, are near Rawalpindi. Good book in a Very Good dustjacket. Bumped corners with abrasions and paper loss to front lower edge and stain to back board, with marks to last two pages, some marginal marks and underlining to early pages, otherwise clean; abrasion where dustjacket had adhered to pastedown. Jacket has yellow marks to fold-ins,protected.



By Quibell, J.E.:

London: Histories & Mysteries of Man Ltd 1989 Egyptian Research Account, First Memoir. With chapters by Petrie. Hb, 23.5x31cms, iv, 44pp text, 58 plates to rear plus 3 other plates. Red simulated leather binding, gilt to front and spine. A fine copy.


The Death Treasure of the Khmers

By Colam, Lance:

London: Stanley Paul & Co ltd 1939 HB, 1st ED. 256pp, 11 half-tone illustrations. Bound in orange cloth, sunned to spine, 3cm split to rear spine fold at centre, crease to bottom front corner and some light bumping. Volume stepped and with slightly loose. A Good copy.



By Browning, Iain:

London: Chatto & Windus 1973 HB, 1st ED, quarto. 256pp, more than 200 photographs, drawings, maps and architectural reconstructions. Board edges slightly dusty. Previous owner's name and address label to top fep. A VG+ copy in VG+ DJ.


Emblem and State in the Classic Maya Lowlands

By Marcus, Joyce:

USA: Dumbarton Oaks 1976 An Epigraphic Approach to Territorial Organization. HB, xvii, 203pp, figures throughout. Pale green cloth, gilt lettering. Very slight bumping to spine ends. A Fine copy.


Anatolia with Pen and Spade

By Mackay, Jane:

Cyprus: Imprinta Ltd 1993 An enchanted tour of Anatolia. Soft covers, 1st ED, 21x27cms, 69pp, colour and black and white illustrations. Slight dark mark to rear cover. A near Fine copy.


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