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A Relation of a Journey
begun An. Dom. 1610. Four Bookes containing a description of the Turkish Empire, of Egypt, of the Holy Land, of the remote Parts of Italy and Ilands adioyning. London printed for W. Barrett 1621
Second edition Folio, pp.[iv, including engraved title], 309, [i, errata], double-page engraved map of the eastern Mediterranean, folding view of the Seraglio, 47 engraved illustrations in the text. A very good copy rebound in modern half calf, gilt ornaments with mauve lettering piece in compartments on spine. Title page discoloured, with centre piece repaired. Small wormholes in latter half affecting some letters. Panorama, map and plates clean.
STC 21727; Blackmer 1484
Die Grabung im Westhof der Spohienkirche zu Istanbul.
Berlin Deutches Archäologisches Institut 1941
First edition pp.vii, 45, 16 illustrations, 31 plates, 4 folding, original wrappers. Instanbuler Forschungen. Herausgegeben von der Zweigstelle Istanbul des Archäologischen Instituts des Deutschen Reiches, Band 12. A very good copy in original wrappers.
Travels, or observations relating to several parts of Barbary and the Levant.
Illustrated with cuts London printed for A. Millar and W. Sandby 1757
The second edition, with great improvements 4to, pp. v, [i, epitaph], [v]-xviii, [ii], 513, [1, list of plates]; with 24 plates (3 folding) and 14 maps (10 folding), numerous vignettes. A very good copy bound in contemporary half calf over marbled boards, neatly rebacked in calf, raised bands. Minor wear to corners, light offsetting from some plates, small wormhole to margin of first few leaves, not affecting text. Armorial bookplate and signature of Thomas William Evans on front pastedown.
See Blackmer 1533 (first edition)
Cuneiform Texts from Cappadocian Tablets in the British Museum. Parts I-V.
First editions Five volumes complete. Folio, pp.26, 50 plates, 2 plates comprising signn-list and photogravure plate of facsimiles of Cappadocian Tablets; pp.4, 50 plates; pp.4, 50 plates; pp.4, 50 plates; pp.4 plus 50 plates. Paper boards, cloth backed. With armorial bookplates on front pastedown endpapers. A llittle browning or foxing to some endpapers. A very good set.
Travels in Upper and Lower Egypt:
undertaken by order of the old government of France. Illustrated with forty engraving; consisting of portraits, views, plans, a geographical chart, antiquities, plants, animals, &c. Drawn on the spot, under the author's inspection. Translated from the French, by Henry Hunter. London John Stockdale 1799
First edition in English. Three volumes, 8vo, pp. xix, 376; vii, 368; viii, 324, [xiv (advertisement leaf and list of subscribers)]; with 2 engraved portraits, 37 plates and large folding map. A very good clean set bound in late 19th-century half calf by Galway & Co., Dublin, with their ticket, gilt falcon crest on spines, raised bands picked out in gilt, and green lettering pieces, top edge gilt. Spines worn at head and foot, with some loss of surface leather, edges beginning to split.
See Blackmer 1573 for second English edition.
The Travels of Monsieur de Thevenot into the Levant.
In three parts. Viz. Into I. Turkey. II. Persia. III. The East-Indies. Newly done out of French. London Printed by H. Clark, for H. Faithorne, &c. 1687
First English edition, second issue Folio, pp.[xxxviii], 291, [iii], 104, 105*-108*, 105-176, 179-200, [ii], 90, 91*-94*, 91-114, ; engraved portrait frontispiece and 3 plates. A very good copy rebound in half calf over cloth, raised bands. Tears to margin of title page, page 271 (not affecting text, 10 cm corner missing from last leaf (affecting a small amount of text).
Dictionnaire Armeno-Kiptchak, d'apres Trois Manuscrits des collection Viennoises. Four volumes.
Tome I, Fascicules 1-4. Warsaw Panstowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe. 1968-72
First edition Four volumes, pp.914, illustrations. Zaklad Orientalistyki Polskiej Akademii Nauk. VG, slightly soiled original wrappers. Presentation inscription from author and letter loosely inserted in fascicule 4.
Turcici Imperii Status.
seu discursus varii de rebus Turcarum. Leiden ex officina Elzeviriana 1630
First edition, 16mo, pp. [vi], 314, [5, index]; engraved title page. Latin text. A very good copy in full vellum, page edges blue, ink title to spine. One small chip to spine, corners bumped, clean internally. Previous ownership inscription dated 1830.
The Alishar Huyuk Seasons of 1930-1932.
[Three volumes] Chicago 1937
First edition. Three volumes, 4to, pp.xxii, 283 11 plates including frontispiece (6 coloured, 3 extending), with 281 figures in the text (1 extending) ; pp.xxii, 481, 26 plates, including frontispiece (3 coloured, 17 extending), with 513 figures, plans and tables in the text (16 extending); pp.xxiv, 496, 15 plates (5 coloured, 5 extending), with 289 figures, plans and tables in the text (23 extending, 1 folding). University of Chicago Oriental Institute Publications, Volumes XXVIII, XXIX and XXX. Researches in Anatolia Volumes VII, VIII, IX. A very good set in original cloth. With a little marking, and a small scuffed hole to spine of volume 3. This book weighs 9 kilos before packing, and may incur additional postage.