Etruscan Tomb Paintings: Their Subjects and Significance

By: Poulsen, Frederik; Ingeborg Andersen, trans.

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Gray paper over oatmeal cloth spine with black spine titles and paper cover label, in original glassine jacket, 20 by 26.5 cm, frontis, x 63 pp., 47 illus. While the jacket has several chips and tears, the book itself is very good with only minor cover wear and corner bumping. A lovely first edition of this classic on Etruscan tomb paintings. Features several tombs, including Campana at Veii, Tori at Corneto, Auguri, Pulcinella, Tomb of the Inscriptions, Triclinio, Barone, Bighe, Tomb of the Chariots, as well as gladiators in Esturia, Etruscan dance and song, laurel decorations, the Tomba della Bighe Symposium, hunting leopards, Etruscan cruelty, and much more.

Title: Etruscan Tomb Paintings: Their Subjects and Significance

Author Name: Poulsen, Frederik; Ingeborg Andersen, trans.

Categories: Anthropology, Archaeology,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Oxford, Clarendon Press: 1922

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Fair

Seller ID: 3057