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HORAE HEBRAICAE ET TALMUDICAE
Schoettgenii, Christiani.

HORAE HEBRAICAE ET TALMUDICAE

in universum Novum Testamentum. Quibus Horae Io. Lightfooti in libris historicis supplentur, Epistolae et Apocalypsis eodem modo illustrantur. Accedunt dissertationes quaedam philologico-sacrae, indicesque locorum scripturae rerum ac verborum necessarii. Volume One [only of Two]. Dresdae et Lipsiae Apud Christoph Hekelii B. Filium Bibliopol. Regium 1733.
1st Ed. Sm. 4to. [xiv] + 1280pp. + (Z6z-[D6d2]). Rubric t.p., copper plate port. frontis., t.p. vignette, dec. tail piece, dec. initial letter, chapter heading vignette. Latin text. From the Library of the Late Revd. Owen Thomas with two large ink stamps, some browning, sporadic marginal stain, inscription and annotation to front e.ps., contemporary vellum, sl. soiling and wear. Christian Schöttgen (1687-1751). German biblical scholar. He is mainly known for the above work, which follows on the model of John Lightfoot's use of Talmudic insights for commentary on the New Testament. A second volume was published in 1742. Vol. 2 has subtitle and imprint: In theologiam Judaeorum dogmaticam antiquam et orthodoxam De messia impensae : accedunt rabbinicarum lectionum libri duo et indices necessarii. Dresdae et Lipsiae : Apud Fridericum Hekel
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