Le Temple D'Angkor Vat, in 3 volumes - Volume I: L'Architecture; Volume II: La Sculpture; Volume III: La Galerie des Bas-Reliefs (Memoires Archeologiques: Publies Par L'ecole francaise D'Extreme-Orient)
By Finot, Louis
Pp. (Volume 1) 196; 50 black-and-white (duotone) photo-plates, 2 large fold-out plan views; (Volume 2) pp. 156; 136 black-and-white (duotone) photo-plates (2 are fold-out), 2 fold-out plan views; (Volume 3) pp. 144, 322 black-and-white (duotone) photo-plates (many foldout), 9 foldout plan views. Publisher’s original black cloth, boldly lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover, tan pictorial dust jackets, in black cloth-covered slipcase lettered in gilt on the spine and front cover and with gilt view of a gallery at Angkor Wat on the front cover, folio (14 x 10.25 x 4 inches). This work documents the temple complex at Angkor Wat, the largest stone monument in the world. This sumptuous work, originally published in 1929 in Memoires Archeologiques: Publies Par L'ecole francaise D'Extreme-Orient, was reissued in 1995 in a facsimile limited edition of 1000 copies. The text is in French as issued. No ownership marks and no signs of use. This large set weighs 15 lbs, extra postage will be required for both domestic and overseas delivery.
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Edition||Limited edition reprint|
|Number of Volumes||3|
|Condition Description||Spines of dust jackets lightly sunned, a tight, bright and clean copy in fine condition, in fine dust jackets and in a fine cloth-covered slipcase.|
|Limited Edition||Facsimile limited edition of 1000 copies|