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Abregé de l'histoire de la ville de Jérusalem, .Lille, Van Costenoble pere & fils, 1769. 8vo. With folding engraved plan of Jerusalem. Modern mottled half calf, paste-paper sides.
- Hage Chahine 27; Labarre, Répt. bibl. 4271 (Lille); WorldCat (4 copies). A rare history and description of Jerusalem, written by an anonymous French missionary and printed at Lille in French Flanders. Divided into 2 parts, it successively treats the history and the present state of Jerusalem. The book is directed at missionaries working in Jerusalem and Christians interested in the history of the city. The second part describes the Christian holy sites, which the author had visited himself, including the tomb of the Virgin Mary, the Garden of Gethsemane, the house of Pilatus, the Via Dolorosa, etc. The plan shows 49 important sites.First leaves and the plan somewhat soiled, but still in very good condition.
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