Boston: James R. Osgood and Company, 1872. Hardcover. iv, 724p. 1/2 leather. 27cm. Extremities rubbed. Includes a contribution at pages 15-17 by Richard F. Burton on Palmyra (which had previously appeared in Cassell's Magazine).
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Warsaw: Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, Warsaw University, 2002. Paperback. 309p. Original wrapper. 21cm. "Rejected Tozzer Library" stamp on half-title. While Ancient Egypt appears to be the primary focus of this volume, it also contains some material on sites in Sudan, Syria, Lebanon and Cyprus.
Warsaw: Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology, Warsaw University, 1995-1996. Paperback. 117, 175p. Original white wrappers. 21cm. While Ancient Egypt appears to have been their primary focus, these volumes also contain material on sites in Sudan and Syria.
1937. Paperback. Revue Archeologique Syrienne, Tome IV, 1er Fasc. (Jan.-Mar. 1935) and Tome V, 1er. Fasc. (Jan.-Mar. 1937). Alep, Syrie: Societe Archeologique Syrienne, 1935-1937. ills, photos, plan, 24, 25, -61, (1), -71p. Softcover in original wrappers. 24cm. Moderate wear. Good. Text in French and Arabic.
New York: n.d. [probably 1918 or 1919]. An uncommon broadside poster (71 x 53cm.). Moderate edge-wear. Some wrinkling. Two small metal eyeholes near top corners (for displaying or hanging this item). Backed in what appears to be thin muslin that is a bit ragged around edges. Type in red or...
London: W. H. Allen & Co., 1882. Second Edition, with Map and Appendix. Hardcover. folding map (as frontis), folding table, 95p. plus a total of  pages of publisher's advertisements dated July, 1882. Original cloth. 25cm. Light cover wear and just a touch of fraying of cloth at corners. We...
London: John Lane The Bodley Head, (c. 1930). 1st ed. Hardcover. frontis, folding map, illustrations, index, xii, 270p. Original green cloth. 22cm. Light streak (stain) on backstrip. No Jacket.
Leipzig: Karl Baedeker, 1912. 5th edition. Hardcover. numerous maps and plans (many folding or double-page), index, civ, 462p. Original red cloth. 16cm. Joints rubbed. Backstrip slightly faded. Modest age-toning. No jacket.
Chicago: 1916. Privately printed. Hardcover. 1916. frontis (portrait), photos, 64p. Illustrated olive-tan cloth. dj. 19cm Relatively light soiling & wear on jacket. Name on endpaper. SIGNED by Baroody (also on endpaper). A lecture on Christian faith by a native of Lebanon.
Reading, Pa. Daniel Miller, (1875). Hardcover. Translated from the English. frontis, illustrations, xvi, 448p. Green cloth. 21cm. Covers spotted & rather worn. Foxing. German text (Gothic type).
Berlin: Walter de Gruyter, 1925. Hardcover. illustrations, plans, indexes, viii, 183p. plus (3) leaves of maps (2 folding). Dark olive-green cloth. 28cm. No Jacket. Studien zur Spatantiken Kunstgeschichte, No. 1. German text.
Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Ltd; NY: De Capo Press, 1968. Hardcover. (20), 143p. Hardcover. 20cm. No Jacket. Reprint of the original London edition of 1609.
Paris: Plon, 1926. Hardcover. map, 117p. Rebound in later 1/2 cloth. Original wrapper bound in. 17cm. Former owner's name. Moderate foxing. French text.
Dayton: 1949. Paperback. photos, 14p. (front cover included in pagination). Original wrapper. 28cm. OCLC does not list this uncommon (and presumably short-lived) periodical. The cover features a printed photograph of Nila Amparo, a prominent Spanish dancer of Lebanese descent who was then married to Jose Greco and was known as...
London: Oxford University Press, 1913. 1st ed. Hardcover. 2 vols. clxxviii, 612, xxv, 804p. Original red cloth. djs. 22cm. Bottom edge lightly rubbed.
London: Henry S. King & Co., 1875. 1st ed. Hardcover. photographic frontises (Isabel in Vol. I and Richard in Vol. II), 2 chromolithographic plates, folding map, x, 376, 340p plus p. publisher's advertisements. Rebound in modern 1/2 leather (marbled green boards backed in darker green leather with matching corners). Map...
Mansfield Centre: Martino Publishing and Voyager Press, 2005. Hardcover. 141p. Original blue cloth. 28cm. No Jacket. Reprint of the 1872 edition.
n.p. n.d. . Hardcover. 141p. Blue cloth. 29cm. No Jacket. Bound photocopy of the original 1872 edition held at the Public Record Office in the United Kingdom along with a few bits of correspondence arranging to purchase the photocopy in 1988. Former owner's bookplate and embossed name stamp.
London: Richard Bentley, 1886. Hardcover. ills, 3 folding maps, xiv, 472p. Original blue cloth. Two gilt figures on front covers. 19cm. Some cover wear with ends of backstrip fraying. Hinge cracked. Published for the Palestine Exploration Fund.
Amsterdam: Meulenhoff, n.d. [1936?]. Hardcover. 186p. dj. 20cm. Spine sloped. Bookplate. Dutch text.
Roma: Pontificio Instituto Biblico, 1939. 1st ed. Paperback. frontis, text illustrations, xxiv, 190p. plus LXI leaves of plates. Original wrapper. 28cm. Backstrip and text moderately browned. Minor foxing and wear. Former owner's name. French text.
Lyon and Paris: Delhomme & Briguet, 1886. 2nd ed. Hardcover. illustrations, index, viii, 153p. plus cxvii leaves of plates (with captions on facing pages). Contemporary quarterbinding. 32cm. Text browned. Extremities & joints worn. Two pieces of black tape on backstrip. Ex lib. French text.
[Cincinnati]: 1943. Hardcover. photos, 176p. 20cm. Stamped blurb about an earlier book by Gayjikian on blank portion of last text page. Name on endpaper. No Jacket. Part I is an autobiographical account by Gayjikian's wife Osanna (maiden name Gabooshian) who was born in Kessab, Syria. Osanna became a teacher and...
[Cincinnati]: 1943. Hardcover. photos, 176p. 20cm. Name on endpaper.No Jacket. Part I is an autobiographical account by Gayjikian's wife Osanna (maiden name Gabooshian) who was born in Kessab, Syria. Osanna became a teacher and accepted a written proposal of marriage from Mr. Gayjikian whom she had never met and joined...
[Cincinnati]: (c. 1943). Hardcover. photos, 176p. 20cm. Stamped blurb about an earlier book by Gayjikian on blank portion of last text page. Name on endpaper. Cover scuffed & moderately worn. No Jacket. Part I is an autobiographical account by Gayjikian's wife Osanna (maiden name Gabooshian) who was born in Kessab...