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LUCO, L'Abbé.
James Miln et les Trois Sépultures Circulaires Explorées par Lui Dans la Commune de Carnac (Morbihan).

pp. 45, (i). 2 lithographed plates. BOUND WITH: LUCO, L'Abbé. Explorations Archéologique a l'Ile-d'Arz a Ilur a Nostang. Imprimerie Galles. Vannes. 1882. pp. 19, (i). 3 lithographed plates. BOUND WITH: 12 other papers, some by LUCO, some by FÉLIX GAILLARD, many folding plates, 1 real photograph, occasionally with original wrappers. Bound together in period half roan, backstrip taped at the ends, a bit of foxing, one paper shows a small patch of adhesion between the folding map and the opposing title, generally in very good condition.

*All the papers in this collection, published 1870s and 1880s, deal with excavations and investigations of dolmens, tumuli and cists in the Carnac area. JAMES MILN [1819-1881] was a pioneer in the research of the Carnac stones and was mentor to Zacharie Le Rouzic [1864-1939] who became the first Director of the Carnac Museum, founded in memory of James Miln by his brother Robert.

Paul Bousrez. Tours.

Date Published: No date [c.1880].

Stock No. 51756

Price: £175.00