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GUIDACERIUS, Agathius. In hoc libello continetur, de literis Hebraicis. Paris: Christian Wechel, 1537.
8o (162 x 104 mm). Printer's device on title and last page. (Marginal worming throughout.) 16th-century calf, spine gilt (joints repaired). Adams G-1547.
CAMPEN, Jean de. Ex variis libellis Eliae grammaticorum omnium doctissimi huc fere congestum est opera. Paris: Christian Wechel, 1543. 8o. Printer's device on title and last page. (Some worming mostly to margins.)
Second edition printed in France of Jan van Campen's popular Hebrew grammar, based on works by Elias Levita; it was first published at Louvain in 1528. Jan van Campen (1491-1538) is best known for his Latin version of the Psalms (1532) and this Hebrew grammar. Adams C-481.
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