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Libri IV. De Sepulchris Hebraeorum: in quibus variorum populorum mores proponuntur, multa obscura loca enucleantur, usus approbantur & abusus rejiciuntur, genuina hebræorum sepulcrorum forma ostenditur, illorumque ritus in illis exhibentur et figuris æneis illustrantur
Lugduni Batavorum: Henricum Teering, 1706. First edition. Hardcover. g. Large octavo. [16], 285, [2pp. ads]. Full calfRed and black lettering on title-page. Vignette. Decorative headpiece and initials. Captivating account of Jewish burial customs, profusely illustrated with numerous in-text illustrations and 10 fine full-page engravings, including 2 large folding plates, and 3 flap on-lays disclosing the internal designs of the burial chambers. Binding rebacked. Corners and edges rubbed, with slight abrasion on spine. Calf darkened. Previous owner's ex-libris on inside of front board. Previous owner's signature in ink on title page. Tiny worming on inner margin of very first pages (not affecting text. Sporadic foxing throughout. Slight age toning along paper margin. Text in Latin. Binding in overall fair to good-, interior in good to very good condition.
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