Library: topic to list books you have

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Library: topic to list books you have

Postby oleg on Tue Jan 26, 2010 10:15 pm

Hi!

I think, it could be a good idea to list books you have.
Most of the books I'm buying have limited preview or no preview, so I have to ask people before buying. Probably, if you have the ability to go to the books shop and see the book, it doesn't make much sense.
However, sometimes it makes sense.

So this thread is aimed to help community overseas (and not only) simplifying their buying decisions.

You publish list of your books here. Whenever you have a specific question before buying - check the list, find right person and contact directly to ask.

Will list my books in the morning.

Regards,
Oleg
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Bran-Deas - group, focused on Ireland(IX-XI) located in Kiev, Ukraine.
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Re: Library: topic to list books you have

Postby oleg on Wed Jan 27, 2010 6:40 am

Lloyd Robert Laing. The Archaeology of Celtic Britain and Ireland: C. Ad 400-1200.
Nancy Edwards. The Archaeology of Early Medieval Ireland.
Françoise Henry. Irish art during the Viking invasions (800-1020 A.D.).
Ruth Johnson. Viking Age Dublin.
Peter Harrison. The Golden Age Of Irish Art: The Medieval Achievement, 600-1200.
Patrick F. Wallace & Raghnall ó Floinn. Treasures of the National Museum of Ireland. Irish Antiquities.

Other books are in German or in Russian, so I'll just skip them for now.
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