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Ferdinandi Quirini Salazar, Fernando Chirinos de Salazar
Canticum Canticorum Salomonis
Lugduno, Lyons: Petri Prost, 1642. Cloth. Very Good. 14" by 9". None. A rather scarce mid-seventeenth century commentary on the Songs of Solmon. In an armorial binding relating to Karg of Bebenburg. In Latin. Complete in Two Volumes. Two volumes bound as one. With a red and black title page, with an engraving. With a separate title page for the second volumes. The 'Songs of Solomon' or the 'Canticle of Canticles' is one of the 'scrolls' in the last section of the Tanakh, or Hebrew Bible. Is is also found in the fifth book of Wisdom in the Christian 'Old Testamend'. In Sepharic Jewish tradition the Song of Songs is read every Friday night for the divine loving union they see in it. In a recent armorial leather binding. Externally, fine. Internally, firmly bound, bright, with some foxing and tidemarks. There are professional repairs to the margins of the first and last few pages, with small closed tears. There are professional repairs, prominent to the last seven leaves, with loss to the text. Very Good
Bookseller: Rooke Books [United Kingdom]
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