xiv, 450 pp., 21 col + b/w plates, 232 text illus, Large-8vo, orig. brown cloth, gt to spine, teg, minor bump to one corner. Vg. From the library of British anatomist, Prof. A.J.E. Cave (1900-2001), without his ownership markings, but with his occasional, neat pencil annotations to the text. Printed presentation book-plate, dated July 23, 1919, to Professor Grafton Elliot Smith by Members of the Manchester Egyptian and Oriental Society 'in recognition of his inspiring work during the last ten years'. Grafton Elliot Smith (1871-1937) was an Australian-British anatomist, anthropologist and Egyptologist, fellow of the Royal Society and professor of anatomy in Manchester University. He became involved with W.H.R. Rivers and W.J. Perry in investigating the origins of magic and religion, early human migration, and the diffusion of culture. First edition. One of a set of 13 volumes, each covering a different region. 
Author MÜLLER, W.M.; SCOTT, J.G.
Publisher Marshall Jones: Boston
Condition Very good