Notice on some religious buildings in the city and vilayet of Trebizond. Extrait de Byzantion, tome V (1929–30).

Brussels, Secrétariat de la Revue, 1930.

8vo, pp. [47]–81, with 30 plates; lower outer corners slightly creased, but a good copy in the original illustrated light blue wrappers; faded, spine frayed at foot; from the library of Robert Byron, but without his ownership inscription.


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An offprint from Byzantion. The distinguished Byzantine scholar David Talbot Rice was a lifelong friend of Robert Byron, one of his travelling companions during the visit to Mount Athos recorded in Byron’s The Station, and co-author with him of The birth of Western painting.

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