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New York: Fahim Kouchakji, 1933. Color frontispiece and illustrations throughout the text. 22pp. Thin folio, tan cloth (dusty; spine ends worn and with small repairs). New York: Fahim Kouchakji, 1933. Very good. Study of this large silver chalice, postulated by the author to date from the 1st century A.D., and possibly containing the remains of that used during the Last Supper.
Cambridge, Massachusetts: The Peabody Museum of American Archaeology And Ethnology, Harvard University, 1950. Original portfolio. 33 plates. Cover measures 18 x 23 1/2. Large portfolio with artwork by Theresa Garrett Elio and graphic analysis by Henry W. Eliot Jr. Contains 33 plates including a map and a table of pottery forms. Inside folding wrapper scuffed along edge but plates are in excellent condition, loose in the original cloth backed board folder with ties. This was a special publication of the.....
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957. Illustrated in black and white. ix, 123 pages. Thin 8vo, black cloth with gilt lettering. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1957. A near fine copy. University of California publications in semitic philology. Editors: Walter J. FIschel, Henry L. F. Lutz. Volume 16.
New York: AMS Press, 1977. Reprinted from the original 1955 University of California Press edition. Illustrated in black and white with several fold out maps. x, 120 pages. Slim 8vo, black cloth with gold gilt lettering. New York: AMS Press, (1977). A fine copy. University of California Publications in Semitic Philology: Volume XV. Editors: Walter J. Fischel, Henry L. F. Lutz.
London: T. Gillet, 1803. Folding frontispiece, and 16 brilliantly colored costume plates, maps, plans & engraved plates included a folding facsimile of a passport. 4to, contemporary calf, worn & crackled with later leather spine, well-worn at the edges & corners, scratched & stained. London: T. Gillet for Richard Phillips, 1803. A very good(-). Wittman's account of his expedition included an annex of observations on the plague, the diseases prevalent in Turkey, and a meteorological journal. By linking these diseases to.....