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Bochart, Samuel
Opera Omnia hoc est Phaleg, Canaan, et Hierozoicon. Editio tertia.
Apud Cornelium Boutesteyn, & Jordanum Luchtmans, Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden], 1692. 3 vols., folio, pp. [xiv], 36, [xii], cols. 1312, pp. [60] + extra engraved title-page, 1 engraved portrait, and 13 engraved maps (of which 4 double-page or folding); [xvi], 63, [1], cols. 1094, pp. [1], 91, [1]; [iv], cols. 888, pp. 79, [1]. Title-pages printed in red and black. Eighteenth-century Dutch vellum, boards panelled in blind, spines lettered in ink. Some light spotting and soiling, a few leaves toned, one map with portion of blank margin torn away. Vellum somewhat marked and lightly soiled, worn at spines with vellum covering chipped and lost from portions. The collected works of Samuel Bochart (1599-1667), the influential biblical scholar who was the first in the West to quote from a number of Arabic sources. His primary publications are the Geographia Sacra (first published 1646), on Biblical geography, and the Hierozoicon (first published 1663), on Biblical zoology; both are rich in quotations and citations in Hebrew, Arabic, Syriac, Greek, and Ethiopic. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McNaughtan's Bookshop, ABA PBFA ILAB [Edinburgh, United Kingdom]
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