Stockbridge: Reichner, 1978. Introduction by Marie Delcourt, Preface by Jan Van Der Marck. Illustrated with 152 plates, and several in-text figures. 275pp of text. Short thick 4to, blue cloth. Stockbridge, MA: Herbert Reichner, 1978. First edition. A very good (+) copy. Study of the Oriental-Asiatic vision of a sensual afterlife as it influenced Mediterranean eschatology and art. From the library of art historian Meyer Schapiro.
New York: Abrams, 1977. Translated from the German by Robert Erich Wolf. Packed with 900 illustrations, including 159 plates in full color, some folding. 655 pages. Very thick 4to, gray cloth with inset oval label, d.w., pictorial slipcase (case and wrapper lightly rubbed at edges). New York: Abrams, (1977). First American edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper.
Culver City: Labyrinthos, 1989. Collection of 13 folded maps (printed on 11 folded sheets, maps 1 and 9 are printed on the same sheets as 2 and 10), loose as issued, in decorative, glossy board clamshell box; some sides of box broken. Culver City: Labyrithos, (1989). Maps are fine, in a very good (-) box. ONLY THE MAP COLLECTION.
London: 1823. Most are reprints from the journal Archaeologia. 11 plates, including 1 in color, 2 folding maps. 198pp., 4to, contemporary manuscript inscriptions. 3/4 burgundy morocco (rubbed). London, 1823-1855. Very good. Articles by members of the Society of Antiquaries, including F. W. L. Thomas & J. Y. Akerman.
Numbers I - XXIV. Each volume is illustrated in b/w throughout the text. Published by Andre Grabar & Jean Hubert. 4to. The first 3 volumes are bound together in green cloth, all others are in the original brown printed wrappers. Paris: Imprimerie Nationsale - Editions Klincksieck, 1945-1975. Very good to near fine condition.
Malibu: Undena, 1985. xxxii black & white plates, each with multiple igmages. xx + 223pp., 4to, stiff red wrappers. Malibu: Undena Publications, 1985. A near fine copy. Bibliotheca Mesoptoamica: Primary sources and interpretive anyses for the study of Mesopotamian civilization and its influences from late prehistory to the end of the cuneiform tradition. Volume Eighteen.