Byzantine architecture and decoration.
London, Batsford 1933.
8vo. vi+(2)+172pp, colour frontis, 71 photo plates, 47 text ills. Publisher’s cloth. A little worn.
Hamilton had been a student of F.W. Hasluck just before the 1914-18 war, and his book on Byzantine architecture is probably the most familiar work on the subject to English-speaking readers, either in the present first edition or in a second edition which followed in 1956. It is clearly written and the photo plates are of the usual good Batsford standard.