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Biblia Hebraica, ad optimorum tam impessorum, speciatim Clodii, Leusdenii, Iablonski, Opitii [Bible]
Johann Philipp Andreas [ Ioannis ], Frankfurt am Main 1716 - The third and last of a series of Frankfurt editions called by Masch "Biblia Clodiana." Darlow & Moule 5143. 16, 686, 4 pages plus extra engraved title page. Scholarly edition of the complete Old Testament (TaNaKh), edited by Maius and Burcklin. References the previous Clodii, Leusden, Jablonski, and Opitii (Opitz) editions. "With new referential inscriptions and a preface by Dr. Johann Heinrich Maius, Theology Professor of the University of Giessen," as well as additional preface, observations, and emendations by Burcklin. Order of the weekly readings and Haftorot (additional readings) at end of text. Hebrew text, with Latin subheadings and marginal notes explaining difficult words. With Latin preface. Pagination in Hebrew letters and Arabic numerals. For this edition Andreae had a new Hebrew typeface cut to include vowels and accents. Beautifully decorated frontispiece, with a full-page copper plate engraving of King David with a harp, kneeling before the Ark of the Covenant, Moses and Aaron, illuminated by the light of God's name written into a triangle, flanked by a four-faced Seraph, and a six-pointed wheel. Engraving signed, "Joseph, a Montalegre fc: Norimb." Occasional woodcut initials and decorative designs throughout interior. NO FOXING ANYWHERE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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