SIENA The story of a Medieval Commune

(New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1909).

FIRST EDITION IN PRISTINE CONDITION. An excellent survey of Siena and its history, it's origins in medieval times, its churches, laws and institutions, its rivalries with Florence, its religious and artistic spirit and its literary and intellectual activities through the centuries. The families that built Siena into a regional powerhouse and an important center for many activities are addressed from the point of view of the historian. A very pleasing book for the reader. Item #31373

First Edition. With a profusion of full-page illustrations from photographs throughout and three maps on two leaves. 8vo, publisher's original brown cloth, decorated and lettered in gilt and black on the spine panel and in gilt and black on the upper cover. xii, 433 pp. A pristine copy, in impeccable condition.

Price: $125.00