Hogarth, David G. [editor]. Authority and Archaeology, Sacred and Profane: Essays on the Relation of Monuments to Biblical and Classical Literature; By S. R. Driver, D.D.; Ernest A. Gardner, M.A.; F. LL. Griffith, M.A.; F. Haverfield, M.A.' A. C. Headlam, B.D.; D. G. Hogarth, A.M.; With an Introductory Chapter on the Nature of Archaeology by the Editor. London: John Murray, 1899. First Edition. 
Green publisher's cloth with gilt titles to spine & front, a few small brown spots to binding, 6 x 9 inches, private calling card pasted inside front cover, xv., 440 clean pp. with index, tight. Very good. Hardcover.
A collection of scholarly essays on the topic arranged in the following divisions: Hebrew Authority, Classical Authority, and Christian Authority.
Presentations on The Penteteuch, The Kings, Egypt and Assyria, Prehistoric Greece, Historic Greece, the Roman World, the Early Church, Remains in Phrygia, and the Catacombs at Rome.