Palaeolithic Archaeology in Iran
By Smith, Philip E. L.
Pp. (14), 112, (1); 14 text-figures (maps and line-drawings of stone artifacts) – many are full page. Publisher’s original gray cloth, lettered in white on the spine and front cover, 4to. The American Institute of Iranian Studies Monographs, no. 1. The text is fully bilingual, the first part is in English and the second part is in Persian. A detailed review of the earliest human activity in the Iranian peninsula and a profile of the Iranian researchers who have carried out these studies. The author carried out fieldwork in Iran in the 1970s. The work was translated from English into Persian by Ezat O. Negahban. Small signature of a former owner on the front endpaper, no signs of use. A rare work seldom offered.
|Publisher||The University Museum|
|Publisher Place||Philadelphia, PA|
|Date Published Estimated||No|
|Number of Volumes||1|
|Condition Description||A fine (new) copy.|