Concordantiae Bibliorum hebraicae nova et artificiosa methodo dispositae, in locis innumeris ... Concordantiae Bibliorum hebraicae nova et artificiosa methodo dispositae, in locis innumeris ... Concordantiae Bibliorum hebraicae nova et artificiosa methodo dispositae, in locis innumeris ...

Concordantiae Bibliorum hebraicae nova et artificiosa methodo dispositae, in locis innumeris depravatis emendatae, deficientibus plurimis expletae, radicibus antea confusis distinctae, & significatione vocum omnium Latinâ illustratae : quibus primům quaesitus quasitus ., secundň lexici Hebraici omnibus vocibus flexilibus completi, forma absoluta proponitur, denique Masora sive critice perfecta, quoties, quâ formâ, quo libro, cap. & versu unaquaquae vox declinabilis in textu Hebraeo invenitur, numeratň traditur. Accesserunt Novae concordantiae Chaldaicae omnium vocum, quae corpore Bibliorum hebraico continentur: cum praefatione, quâ operis usus abundč declaratur per Johannem Buxtorfium fil., ling. sanctae in Acad. Bas. prof. ordinar

Buxtorfium, Johannem (Johannes Buxtorf the Elder, Johann Buxtorf, Joannes Buxtorfius)

Published by Sumptibus & typis Ludovici König, Basileae (Basel), 1632
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Elephant folio. [18]pp., [456]ff. Engraved title-page. Decorative initial, head- and tailpiece. First edition of Johann Buxtorf's magnum opus. Unfortunately, Buxtorf did not live to complete the two works on which his reputation chiefly rests, his Lexicon Chaldaicum, Talmudicum, et Rabbinicum, and the Concordantiae Bibliorum Hebraicorum, both of which were edited by his son Johannes Buxtorf the Younger. Binding (both boards and spine) missing. Book block split in 2 parts. Engraved title-page cut and pasted on free front endpaper, with contemporary inscriptions in ink along margin. Contemporary inscription in Hebrew at back of fly leaf. The first 18 and the last 10 leafs detached from binding, but present. Some creasing, closed tears and minor chipping along edges of detached leafs (not affecting text). Pages foxed throughout. Light damp-staining on lower margin of some pages (not affecting text). Text in Latin and Hebrew. Book in overall poor to fair condition. Johannes Buxtorf the Elder was a 17th century Hebraist, who served as professor of Hebrew for thirty-nine years at Basel and known by the title "Master of the Rabbis." He was one of the most important Christian Hebraists of his day and was largely responsible for transforming Hebrew studies from an amateur hobby into an established academic discipline in the early seventeenth century. He was succeeded by his son Johannes Buxtorf the Younger, who also became a renowned professor. Bookseller Inventory # 27897

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Title: Concordantiae Bibliorum hebraicae nova et ...

Publisher: Sumptibus & typis Ludovici König, Basileae (Basel)

Publication Date: 1632

Binding: Loose_leaf

Book Condition:poor to fair

Edition: First edition.

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