Leningrad: Aurora Art Publishers, 1985. 259p., color plates on glazed stock, double-column text (with sidebars) on matte brown stock, decorated 14x10 inch boards. Corners slightly scuffed with a small ding to spine panel, faint foredge smudge, lacks the jacket, otherwise a very good copy.
Nara, Japan: Research Center for Silk Roadology, 2007. 129p., six photo plates, plus numerous B&W photos in text, wraps. Ilustrated examination of Buddhist stupas, showing regional influences. Text mostly in Japanese, with English summary. Rubberstamp on first blank interior page. Silk roadology 27.
Taibei: Institute of Chinese Culture, 1958, 1959. Two issues of the journal, both with yellow tape discoloration at top and bottom of the spine, 251 and 183p. respectively, reading copies only. The former issue has an article by Tingsen S. Wei, illustrated with photos of archeological finds, claiming that the...
Tacloban City, Philippines: Divine Word University of Tacloban, 1967-73. Four issues of the journal; vol. 1 no. 2, vol. 4 no. 1, vol. 6 no. 2, and vol. 7 no. 2. Length ranges from 74 to 143 pages per issue, lightly worn wraps, occasional underlining. Articles on local cultural practices and history, linguistics and archeology.
Jackson, MS: Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History, 2001. pp. 65-160, wraps, TOC page has rejection stamp from Tozzer Library at Harvard. Includes substantial articles on the relocation of the Back Bay Biloxi shipwreck and the discovery of the wreck of the coastal steamer Josephine, as well as an overview...
Chengdu: Sichuan daxue bowuguan, 1989. 314p., 16 black and white photo plates, lightly worn wraps; text mostly in Chinese with table of contents in English. Much material on new discoveries in southwestern China, as well as metallurgy from related cultures in Southeast Asia; edited by an international board.
Chengdu: Sichuan daxue bowuguan, 1990. 385p., 16 black and white photo plates, lightly worn wraps; text mostly in Chinese with table of contents in English. Much material on new discoveries in southwestern China, as well as metallurgy from related cultures in Southeast Asia; edited by an international board.
Barcelona: Universidad de Barcelona. Instituto de Arqueología y Prehistòria; Caja de Ahorros y Monte de Piedad de Segovia, 1977. 396p., wraps lightly shelfworn, ownership label on front endpaper blacked out, interior otherwise clean. Text in Spanish. Collection of papers from a symposium on Roman archeology in the region.....
Managua: Direccion Nacional de Turismo, 1976. Six leaflets, one to three pages each, photoreproduced, all with horizontal fold. The first, 8.5x11 inches, is an overview of archeological sites; each of the others, in somewhat larger format, introduces a particular destination: Granada, Masaya, Chinandega, Leon, and las Huellas de Acahualinca.
Tunis: Office National du Tourisme, late 1950s. Unpaginated series of overlapping printed leaves plentifully illustrated in fuzzy b&w photography, numerous line maps with spot color; easily fifty pages, the baseline sheet being 9.5 inches square, the leaves tapering to a 9.5x4 inch front cover. The overlapping business is cleverly executed.....