By Helmut Berve, Gottfried Gruben, Max Hirmer
"Lo scopo di questo libro è duplice: esso non vuole soltanto presentare, così come ci sono prevenuti, i monumenti che si trovano nel vasto ambito dell'antica Ellade quali testimonianza di uno sviluppo artistico singolare, quanto scoprire piuttosto il vero e profondo significato di questi monumenti e fare risorgere davanti i nostri occhi quello che oggi è conservato soltanto in rovina."
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