LEON, Jacob Jehudah. De Templo Hierosolymitano, tàm priori, quod aedificavit Salomo rex, quàm posteriori, quod devastavit Vespasianus, libri IV...ex Ebraeo Latinè recensiti à Johanne Sauberto, Helmstedt, Jacob Muller, 1665. Additional engraved title, portrait of the Duke of Brunswick, the dedicatee, portrait of the author, both by Conrad Buno, folding engraved plan of the Temple (with a short tear), 4 engraved plates, one folding, and a folding printed table (some browning, lower inner blank corners of the last 2 leaves cut away with no loss). First Latin edition. [Bound after:] GENTIUS, Georgius. Historia Judaica, Amsterdam: P. Niellius, 1651. Woodcut arms of Amsterdam on title (a little light spotting, title starting to become detached). 2 works in one volume. 4° (193 x 145mm). Contemporary vellum, a trifle soiled. Provenance: G.F. Weber, 1772 (signature on an endpaper); E.B. Pusey (bookplate).
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LEON, Jacob Jehudah. De Templo Hierosolymitano, tàm priori, quod aedificavit Salomo rex, quàm posteriori, quod devastavit Vespasianus, libri IV...ex Ebraeo Latinè recensiti à Johanne Sauberto, Helmstedt, Jacob Muller, 1665. Additional engraved title, portrait of the Duke of Brunswick, the dedicatee, portrait of the author, both by Conrad Buno, folding engraved plan of the Temple (with a short tear), 4 engraved plates, one folding, and a folding printed table (some browning, lower inner blank corners of the last 2 leaves cut away with no loss). First Latin edition. [Bound after:] GENTIUS, Georgius. Historia Judaica, Amsterdam: P. Niellius, 1651. Woodcut arms of Amsterdam on title (a little light spotting, title starting to become detached). 2 works in one volume. 4° (193 x 145mm). Contemporary vellum, a trifle soiled. Provenance: G.F. Weber, 1772 (signature on an endpaper); E.B. Pusey (bookplate).

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LEON, Jacob Jehudah. De Templo Hierosolymitano, tàm priori, quod aedificavit Salomo rex, quàm posteriori, quod devastavit Vespasianus, libri IV...ex Ebraeo Latinè recensiti à Johanne Sauberto, Helmstedt, Jacob Muller, 1665. Additional engraved title, portrait of the Duke of Brunswick, the dedicatee, portrait of the author, both by Conrad Buno, folding engraved plan of the Temple (with a short tear), 4 engraved plates, one folding, and a folding printed table (some browning, lower inner blank corners of the last 2 leaves cut away with no loss). First Latin edition. [Bound after:] GENTIUS, Georgius. Historia Judaica, Amsterdam: P. Niellius, 1651. Woodcut arms of Amsterdam on title (a little light spotting, title starting to become detached). 2 works in one volume. 4° (193 x 145mm). Contemporary vellum, a trifle soiled. Provenance: G.F. Weber, 1772 (signature on an endpaper); E.B. Pusey (bookplate).
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