London: Alan Wingate, 1956.
James Lees-Milne's first book and a good introduction to his blend of scholarship and enthusiasm for Classical architecture.
He takes eight buildings from the magnificent examples to be found in Rome, from the ancient perfection of the Pantheon, through early Christian and the Renaissance to the glories of the Baroque and Rococo. Illustrated with photographs.
Fine hardcover, with slightly worn jacket, showing fading to spine and chips to corners.