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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kosmopoulos, Leslie Walker, Prehistoric inhabitation of Corinth. Munich, Münchner Verlag, L.
Walker-Kosmopoulos, The Prehistoric Inhabitation of Corinth (Munich ). Walter and H-J. Weisshaar, “Alt-Ägina. Die prähistorische Innenstadt westlich des Apollontempels,” AA () S. Weinberg, “Prehistoric Remains from Corinth,” Hesperia 6 () Alice "Mopsie" Leslie Walker (J – J ) was an American archeologist and leading expert on the Neolithic Period in Southern was a gifted s speaking English, she spoke French, German, Portuguese, Latin and Ancient and Modern Greek.
She and Hetty Goldman were the first two women to direct an archeological dig in mainland Born: JSan Francisco, California.
Nancy told me she spotted a copy of Kosmopoulos’ book The Prehistoric Inhabitation of Corinth (), and I rushed down to buy it. The book has no identifying marks, but it is possible that it was once owned by Alice Kosmopoulos, or perhaps that it was a gift from her to someone in Santa Barbara.
Book Details: This lot consists of the Greek archaeology shown in the corresponding images. Among the titles in this lot are "The Inscribed Monuments of Aphrodisias," "Neue Beitrage zur Klassichen Altertumswissenschaft," and "The Prehistoric Inhabitation of Corinth." It should be noted that a number of these are large-format volumes.
Vol. 45, No. 4, Oct., Published by: The University of Chicago Press. Ancient Roman Construction in Italy from the Prehistoric Period to Augustus: The Prehistoric Inhabitation of Corinth, Vol.
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