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Paris: Dionysium Mariette, 1720. 20 copper engraved plates, some folding including the fabulous double page plate of Jerusalem. Engraved title vignette, decorative headpieces, and initials.  leaves, 1361 (i.e.1360, as column 335 omitted) columns (340 leaves),  leaves. Elephant folio, original vellum,slightly warped, eight raised bands along spine. Text in Latin printed in two columns. Water staining to a few early pages on lower margins not effecting the text. Small early library stamp on corner of title page. Paris: Dionysium.....
New Rochelle: Caratzas Brothers, 1979. In collaboration with Michael E. Stone. Historical survey by Avedis K. Sanjian. 194 illustrations including 131 in color. 174pp. Folio, tan decorative boards, d.w. New Rochelle: Caratzas Brothers, 1979. Very good(+) in very good dust wrapper. First published description of the wealth of art treasures in the Armenian Cathedral of St. James.
New York: Dial Press, 1977. With a foreword by Golda Meir. Afterword by Teddy Kollek. Profusely illustrated with well-printed black & white photos by the author. 197 pages. 4to, black fabricoid, dust wrapper (intact but laminate is wrinkled). New York: Dial Press, (1977). A fine copy in a very good(-) dust wrapper. The author was Middle East correspondent for Life magazine during the 1948 assault on the Old Quarter in Jerusalem.