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ENLART, CAMILLE. - Les monuments des croisés dans le Royaume de Jérusalem. Architecture religieuse et civile. Preface by Paul Léon. [At head of series title: Haut-commissariat de la Re´publique franc?aise en Syrie et au Liban. Service des antiquite´s et des beaux-arts]. [COMPLETE SET of two text volumes & two atlases].

Paris, Librairie Orientaliste P. Geuthner, 1925-1928. 2 vols in 4 parts (text & plates). XVI,216,[1], XVI,541 pp. [86] b./w. figs, incl. 2 plans. Bound in two modern hardcovers. 4to. (= 2 text-vols) - [AND:] 7, 7 pp. (= 2 list of plates). 598 with b./w. figs on [205] loose sheets (some fold.), incl. drawings and photographs of architectural sites, plans, elevations, sculpture, and decorative details (collotypes, lithographs & photogravures), plates numbered 1-100 & 101-196, and also include are the plates 11bis, 13bis, 43bis, 58bis, 115bis, 139bis, 140bis and 150bis. Together in orig. h.cloth portfolio's with laces. Sm. folio. (= 2 plate-vols). - The text volumes are rebound in matching uniform grey linen, with orig. covers laid down (spines of orig. covers are dam.). (Bibliothèque Archéologique, Tomes VII & VIII).A very good copy of this scarce complete set in four volumes. - - Camille Enlart (22 November 1862 at Boulogne-sur-Mer - 14 February 1927 at Paris) was a French archaeologist and art historian. His areas of special interest were the Middle Ages and photography. Camille Enlart died before the second volume of this work was published. This work is a comprehensive analysis of the cultural heritage of the Crusades, starting in Cyprus and the Holy Land, the expansion of French art during the Middle Ages and its influence on religious art in the East. The images of this elaborately illustrated work show floor plans and architectural details of cathedrals and ruins. # Cobhan-Jeffery, p. 18.
EUR 2250.00 [Appr.: US$ 2620.06 | £UK 1904.5 | JP¥ 297338] Book number 295301

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