There are 21 books in this catalogue.
The Recent Archaeology of the Sydney District
Megaw, J. V. S. (editor)
Book Number: 64208
Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies, Canberra, 1974. 4to. softcover. 40pp. + 11 pages of b/w plates. Very good, light foxing to endpapers.
Cities in the Sea
Flemming, Nicholas C.
Book Number: 63875
Doubleday, New York, 1971. 8vo. hardcover. 222pp. index, b/w illus. Very good+. / Very good d/w.
Archeology in the Holy Land.
Kenyon, Kathleen M.
Book Number: 62387
Ernest Ben, London 1979 8vo. softcover. 359pp. index, very good.
Art and archaeology in China
Book Number: 29693
South Melbourne, Vic. Macmillan 1977 Black Square 4to softcover 196pp index, colour & b/w illus. very good, owner's signature on fep.
The Western Wall (Hakotel)
Book Number: 39047
[Tel Aviv] Ministry of Defence 1983 4to laminated boards. hardcover 245pp colour illus. very good.
A Mountain Speaks: The First Australian Excavation in Egypt
Book Number: 52007
Australia in Print August 1989 4to softcover 96pp very good. Illustrated with b & w artistic images and colour example photo's by Reece Scannell, with maps and floor plans.
Prag die Aldstadt - Prague The Old Town
Book Number: 52261
Jifi Burian 1992 8vo hardcover 128pp very good / very good d/w. Beautiful Photographs and information about Prague. Written in German and English.
Greece - A Guide to the Archaeological Sites
Book Number: 60657
White Star Publishers 2003 4to. Hardcover in d/w. 168pp. Near Fine. Illustrated with colour photo's. This volume provides a photographic tour of the architectural and artistic treasures of Ancient Greece. It shows the remains and ruins as they are in the 21st century and reconstruct them as they were at the height of Hellenic power. All the famous sites, buildings, marbles and paintings are shown.
Noah's Ark : adrift in dark waters
Book Number: 41281
Belrose, N.S.W. Noahide Pub. 2000 Small 4to. hardcover, laminated boards. 196pp, b/w illus. very good. small tear at top of spine, top corner slightly bumped.
The Wisdom of Bones: In Search of Human Origins
Book Number: 42553
London Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1996 8vo softcover 270pp index, b/w illus. very good. Book Description: Remarkable story of the excavation of the 'Nariokotome Boy',1.5 million years old and the most complete skeleton of Homo erectus ever found.
The Discovery of Noah's Ark
Book Number: 43960
Sidgwick & Jackson, London, 1990. 8vo. hardcover. 331pp. b/w illus. Very good+. / Very good+ clipped d/w.
Lost Cities of China, Central Asia and India
Childress, David Hatcher
Book Number: 47265
Adventures Unlimited Press December 1987 8vo softcover 429pp very good. Like a real life 'Indiana Jones', maverick archaeologist David Childress takes the reader on an incredible adventure across some of the world's oldest and most remote countries in search of lost cities and ancient mysteries. Discover ancient cities in the Gobi Desert; hear fantastic tales of lost continents, vanished civilisations and secret societies bent on ruling the world. Visit forgotten monasteries in forbidding snow-capped mountains with strange tunnels to mysterious subterranean cities! A unique combination of far out exploration and practical travel advice; it will astound and delight the experienced traveller or the armchair voyager.
Strongholds and Sanctuaries: The Borderland of England and Wales
Book Number: 52260
A. Sutton April 1993 8vo hardcover 160pp fine / fine d/w. Here, illustrated in words and pictures, are landscapes, besieged castles, garrison towns and hidden villages and valleys of Wales. The text starts in the South, at Chepstow and travels to Chester in the North. Peters reveals the history of the people and places of the Marches, describing their story of claim and counter-claim, Welsh risings and English attacks, siege and defence, captures and burnings. It is the story of the great families of medieval times: the Mortimers and Henry Hotspur, Offa, King of Mercia, constructor of the Dyke, the Marcher earls and the Welsh Prince Llewelyn.