New York: Gramercy Publishing, 1964. VERY GOOD+ copy in dust jacket. 206 pages with index. Octavo.
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London: Jacob Aronson, 1996. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in dust jacket. An interesting work and hard to categorize as the author takes us easily from the traditional to the more speculative branches of this ancient thought including an unusual essay appended on Nazism and Kabbalah. Royal octavo.
British Museum Publications, 1971. In wraps; Very Good+ or better volume. Illustrated with clored frontispiece, and fifteen full page captioned plates. 47 pages. Octavo.
Hanover, NH: The University Press of New England [for Brandeis], 1974. FIRST EDITION. A FINE COPY, bound in premium cloth, with fine dust jacket. [iv], 76 pages. Octavo.
Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 1975. A FINE CLOTH COPY. Translated by J.E. Stapleton Driver. With an original drawing by Lobsang Tendzin. The title of this volume would be more apt as TIBETAN RELIGION. Excellent material on Lamaism, Tradition -- The Nameless Religion, and even much on Bon magic. 333.....
Austin: University of Texas Press, 1992. FIRST EDITION. Fine cloth copy in fine dust jacket. Excellent biography of the famed Egyptologist, and author of "Manners and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians." 298 pages with index.
Wilmette, IL: Chiron Publications, 1987. Quality text paper edition; A FINE COPY. 337 pages, indexed. Tall octavo.
Northampton, MA: Smith College Classical Studies, 1945. FIRST EDITION. In academic wraps as issued; VERY GOOD+ without marking or defect. 117 pages, indexed. Octavo.
Albany, NY: State University of New York, 1974. FIRST EDITION. Very Good+ or better cloth volume. Material on The Iliad & the Erga; Solon; Dionysus; Xenophanes, Heracleitus, Parmenides; and the Oresteia. 274 pages. Octavo.
Eton: The Shakespeare Head Press, 1959. FIRST EDITION, Limited. Touch of foxing on end papers; else, A FINE COPY in fine dust jacket. Bibliographical note by Sybil Waite. Introduction by Algernon Blackwood. Foreword by Phyllis Leuliette. Gilbert A48 who cites the edition as being limited to 500 copies only. [xxi].....
London: James Elliott, 1893. FIRST EDITION. Very light foxing at the prelims; internals without stain or markings; rear hinge repaired at some distant date; edges deckled as per Gilbert B11; front panel has the remnant of a spot near the vignette; else, A VERY GOOD CLOTH COPY. 153 pages. Small.....
London: Williams and Norgate, 1908. FIRST EDITION. A FINE CLOTH COPY with bright titles. [xvii], 123 pages, indexed, with W & N's 62 pages Catalogue of Publications appended. Small octavo.