A Rough Map of Greece.
Boston: Little, Brown, (1964). First edition.
177pp. Fine in d/w.
A guide for the traveller; suggesting interesting places and routes.
Macedoine Revolutionnaire, Pour Servir A L'Histoire De Nos Jours; Ou La Verite Toute Nue Sur Nos Malheurs, Sur Les Grands Cupables.......`
Paris: Chez C.F. Patris, Libaire, 1815.
cont. calf spine, marble boards,
336, viii pp. Table of contents and preface bound at rear o/w a nice copy.
BARTHELMEY, (Jean Jaques).
Recueil De Carates Geograhiques Plans, Vues Et Medailles De L'Ancienne Grece, Relatifs Au Voyage Du Jeune Anacharsis, Precede D'Une Analyse Critique Des Cartes.
Paris: Chezz De Bure........ 1788. First edition. Atlas volume only. With the bookplate of the Earl of Chicester.
full contemporary calf,
xlii pp. Water stain on lower edge which affects most plates and extends slightly into the map/image of about half of them; the binding is badly chipped and worn, a good copy.
Cities of Troy Memorials of Peace-Time Travel In Greece, Magna Graecia and Asia Minor.
London: Lund Humphries, 1943. First edition. Signed by the author.
vellum spine, cloth,
44pp. Stain on rear board o/w very good.
The Golden Honeycomb.
London: Rupert Hart-Davis, 1954. First edition.
A nice copy.
CUMMINGS, Lewis V.
Alexander The Great.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1940. First edition.
(462)pp. Bookplate o/w fine in near fine d/w.
Passport To Greece.
(London): Longmans, (1964). First edition.
259pp. Lacking the front free e/paper and half title o/w very good in a very good d/w.
Practical information about Greece for the visitor; combining the personal touch of a good travel book with the factual information of a guide book.
FOX, Robin Lane.
The Search for Alexander.
Boston: Little Brown, (1980). First edition.
453pp. Fine in d/w.
Good-bye To Ithaca.
New York: Thomas Yoseloff, (1958). First edition.
254p. Fine in d/w.
Golding's experience duplicating the Homeric odyssey of Odysseus, beginning in 1916 and finally reaching Ithaca in 1953.
GREENE, William Chase.
The Achievement of Greece. Chapter in Human Experience.
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1923. First edition. Inscribed by the author, "With cordial regards to Aunt Molly from William, October 1923."
x, 334pp. Near fine.
GUHL, E. and W. Koner.
The Life of the Greeks and Romans, Described From Antique Monuments. Translated from the Third German Edition by F. Hueffer.
New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1876. First U.S. edition.
orig. brown cloth stamped in black and gilt,
viii, 618, (6)pp.ads. Bookplate o/w a fine, bright copy.
HORWITZ, Sylvia L.
The Find of a Lifetime Sir Arthur Evans and the Discovery of Knossos.
New York: Viking, (1981). First edition.
278pp. Fine in d/w.
KAPLAN, Robert D.
Mediterranean Winter. The Pleasures of History and Landscape in Tunisia, Sicily, Dalmatia and Greece.
New York: Random House, (2004). First U.S. edition.
254pp. Fine in d/w.
KING, Francis. (editor).
London: Methuen, (1956). First edition.
264pp. Fine in d/w with minor chipping to spine ends.
Classical Landscape With Figures. Illustrated by the Author.
London: John Murray, (1954). Reprint.
224pp. Fine in d/w with light wear to spine ends.
An attempt to present a picture of Greece as it appears today....the author's aim is essentially topographical....
London: Jonathan Cape, (1954). First edition.
284pp. Fine in d/w with wear to spine ends.
An attractive book on the Greek Islands; the author's travels plus much about legend, history, religion, superstition, landscape, architecture, the early travellers, etc.
Byron's Greece. Photographs by Jorge Lewinski.
New York: Harper & Row, (1975). First U.S. edition.
183pp. Fine in d/w.
Retracing of Byron's journeys in Greece.
|| LORIMER, H.L.
Homer and the Monuments.
London: Macmillan, 1950. First edition.
Sm.4to., cloth, xxxiii, 552pp.
Bookplate o/w fine in d/w.
MAIS, S.P. B. and Gilliam Mais.
London: Alvin Redman, (1962). First edition.
160pp. Fine in a near fine d/w.
An account of two cruises to Greece and the surrounding Islands.
Journal Of A Tour In Greece And The Ionian Islands, With Remarks On The Recent History--Present State---And Classical Antiquities of Those Countries.
Edinburgh: William Blackwood and Sons, 1842. In two volumes. First edition.
orig. blue green cloth,
(xviii), 291, (4)pp.ads; vi, 327pp. Spines faded o/w a fine copy.