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Cluver, M. J.; Tho. Klumpf] (Eds.); Johann Frick the younger (Prolegomena by)
Pantes proph?tai: kata tous hebdom?konta, Prophetae omnes Ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, Cum Libris Apocryphis [.] H? palaia diath?k? kata tous Hebdom?konta, Vetus Testamentum Graecum Ex Versione Septuaginta Interpretum, Cum Libris Apocryphis, juxta exemplar Vaticanum Romae editum, & Anglicanum Londini excusum. Accesit Novum Testamentum juxta Oxoniensem editionem recusum, Cum parallelis Scripturae locis, & variantibus lectionibus, quae e plurimus manuscriptis & impressis codicibus studiose collectae sunt. Omnia accuratissime ad fidem optimorum codicum, emendatius quam unquam antea, expressa
Sumptibus Joh. Christophori Königii, Lipsiae (Leipzig), 1697. Octavo (8 x 5 1/2"). [20], 9-56, [2], 1099, (the following pages are misnumbered*) 2000-2099*, 3000-3018* (i.e 1218), 186, [8], 447, [1]pp. Original full vellum, with handwritten title to spine. Title pages in red and black lettering. Publisher's device on title pages. Added title facing main title page: PantAes Prophhtai kata tous hevdom?konta, Prophetae omnes ex versione Septuaginta interpretum, cum libris Apocryphis .; New Testament (last 447 pp.) has separate title: T?s Kain?s Diath?k?s Apanta. Novi Testamenti libri omnes. Accesserunt parallela Scripturae loca, nec non variantes lectiones ex plus 100. MSS. codicibus . The sequence of 186pp. between the Old and New Testaments has the following caption title: In Sacra Biblia Graeca ex versione LXX. interpretum Scholia; simul et interpretum Caeterorum : lectiones variantes. Decorative headpiece, tailpieces, and initials. "Though inferior to the London and Amsterdam editions in beauty of execution, [this work] is very far superior to them in point of correctness. The prolegomena of John Frickis prefixed to it, contain a critical notice of preceeding editions of the Septuagint Version, which is said to be very accurate" (see Thomas Hartwell Horne's "A Manual of Biblical Bibliography," Page 44, Nr. 9). "The LXX. was printed from a copy of the London edition of 1653, which follwed the Sixtine text. This was collated with the Aldine edition, and the variants found in that and in the Frankfort edition of 1597 (which closely followed the Aldine) are noted in an appendi … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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