How the Greeks Built Cities.
MacMillan, London, 1967. Reprint 2nd ed. XXI,235p. ills. Paperback.'Wycherley continues to be the one work on the subject that can be recommended without a tremor to students and general readers. Its untechnical presentation is in keeping with the good, honest indirect question of the title. It does not overburden the reader with criticism of theory; and the self-evident is not eschewd. Without any alteration of the scope or layout, this second edition brings the book up to date at some points and introduces a number of new illustrations and brief supplementary notes.' (J.M. COOK in The Classical Review (New Series), 1964, p.117).