Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Ali Ibrahim Al-Ghabban, Béatrice André-Salvini, Françoise Demange, Carine Juvin, Marianne Cotty, eds.
Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Some 600+ pages that suavely drive Lawrence of Arabia out of the frame.

Roads of Arabia: Archaeology and History of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Near Fine. Item #9060
ISBN: 9782757203958

Paris and Washington, D.C.: Somogy Art Publishers/Musée du Louvre/Freer-Sackler Museums, 2010 [2012]. First Thus from Freer-Sackler. Quarto (28.5x25.5x4.5cm); 607pp, including maps, index, and bibliography. Richly illustrated throughout with color and B&W photographs. English edition with presentational introductions doubled in Arabic.

Issued in photographic boards without dust jacket. Note that this volume was published with three ISBNs, two correct and one—the one on the rear panel of the actual volume—incorrect. The ISBN given in this description is correct.

Near Fine in all aspects; textblock unmarred and unmarked.

This is the catalog for the exhibit of the same name as issued by the Freer-Sackler Museum in Washington, D.C. during its presentation of the exhibit 17 November 2012 to 24 February 2013. The same volume was originally issued in French as "Routes d'Arabie" by the Louvre during the presentation of the exhibit in Paris in 2010.

Price: $100.00