Near Fine in Very Good+ jacket. Reprint, 1967, hardcover with green cloth boards in dust jacket, octavo, 331pp., illustrated with b&w maps, one of which folds out. Book near fine with hint of shelfwear to boards, binding tight, previous owner's blindstamp and ink note to rear flyleaf, otherwise text clean bright and unmarked. DJ VG+ with mild edgewear that includes a couple small tears to spine ends and a related crease, mild toning.
First Edition. A hardback First Edition in Good condition, spine shows considerable fading (sunning), partial fading to parts of boards, interior clean and bright, presentation slip (from publishers) pasted to ffe. No dustjacket. This book is in stock now in our UK premises. Photos of most of our books are available-please ask, as dustjacket and cover illustrations vary and the pictures you may see are often not ours. Overseas buyers also note that shipping rates apply to packets of 1Kg and under, and.
Very Good with no dust jacket. Former owner's name to titlepage. 1 corner very lightly bumped. Endpapers tanned. Spine is sunned and discolored.; Looks at the influence of geographic environment on human history, in a study of this influence on the world of ancient Greece and Rome.; 331 pages.
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