Archeological Studies in the Seistan Basin of Southwestern Afghanistan and Eastern Iran
Publisher: American Museum of Natural History Press
Place: New York
128 pages with 7 tables, 19 plates, 49 figures, designs and index. Quarto (10 1/2" x 8") issued in wrapper. American Museum of Natural History, Anthropological Papers volume 48 part 1. From the libraries of Professors Donald Brand and Thomas Hester. First edition.
This report on archaeological fieldwork in the Seistan area is based on two trips made by the author to that areas as a member of the Afghan Expeditions sponsored by the Department of Anthropology of the American Museum of Natural History.
Donald Dilworth Brand was professor of Geography, University of Texas at Austin from 1949-75. This work was passed on to Thomas R Hester Professor of Anthropology and Director Texas Archeological Research Laboratory The University of Texas at Austin.
Dr Donald Brand and Thomas Hester's names on front wrapper, corners bumped, light edge wear, spine sunned else a very good copy.
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