Cairo, Egypt: General Organization for Government Printing Offices, 1965. A Very Good Hardcover.
Bindings are tight and square. Text clean, light even toning. Moderate shelf handling wear with a slight lean and modest handling soil on the boards. 721 pages followed by a list of 10 pages of additional publications. 10.5 inches tall.
Very Good / No Jacket. Item #015186
The most important geological monograph of Egypt.
The Part II. From the Close of the Cretaceous Period to the End of the Oligocene. The Story of the Submergence of a Continental Border-Land Beneath the Sea.