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Io. Heinr. Michaelis, (Johann Heinrich)

Published by Typis & sumtibus Orphanotrophei, Halae Magdebvrgicae (Halle, Magdeburg), 1720
Condition: Good Hardcover
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4to. (4). 32pp. 848 leaves. Brown leather with raised bands, gold stamp and lettering on spine. Decorative red marble endpapers. Author's initials blind-stamped on front cover and date of binding bland-stamped on back. Dedicated to King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia. Headpieces depicting the spirit of God dwelling over the water at the beginning of each section. Polyglot Old Testament with Hebrew and Latin texts in side by side columns. Extensive scholarly footnotes discuss alternative versions. Old Testament text is based on the 1699 Berlin edition. The editor Johann Heinrich Michaelis also made use of five manuscripts and 19 printed editions. Latin preface to the Reader. Text in Hebrew and Latin. Book-plate from previous owner. Title page missing. Rear red marble endpaper torn. Some staining to interior leaves, but the pages are legible and in overall very good condition. Book is in overall good condition. Johann Heinrich Michaelis was an early 18th century German Hebraist who taught at Halle. Sources: T. H. Darlow and H. F. Moule, "Historical Catalogue of the Printed Editions of Holy Scripture #5144 (Vol. II pg. 718). Bookseller Inventory # 30855

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Title: Esrim ve-Arba Sifre Ha-Kodesh: Sive Hebraica...

Publisher: Typis & sumtibus Orphanotrophei, Halae Magdebvrgicae (Halle, Magdeburg)

Publication Date: 1720

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:Good

Edition: First edition.

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