Lexicon hebraicum et chaldaicum: complectens omnes voces, tam primas quàm derivatas, quæ in Sacris Bibliis, Hebræâ, & ex parte, Chaldæâlinguâ scriptis, extant: interpretationis fide, exemplorum Bibliocorum copiâ, locorum plurimorum difficilium ex variis Hebræorum comentariis explicatione, auctum & illustratum. Johannis Buxtorf.
Lexicon hebraicum et chaldaicum: complectens omnes voces, tam primas quàm derivatas, quæ in Sacris Bibliis, Hebræâ, & ex parte, Chaldæâlinguâ scriptis, extant: interpretationis fide, exemplorum Bibliocorum copiâ, locorum plurimorum difficilium ex variis Hebræorum comentariis explicatione, auctum & illustratum

Lexicon hebraicum et chaldaicum: complectens omnes voces, tam primas quàm derivatas, quæ in Sacris Bibliis, Hebræâ, & ex parte, Chaldæâlinguâ scriptis, extant: interpretationis fide, exemplorum Bibliocorum copiâ, locorum plurimorum difficilium ex variis Hebræorum comentariis explicatione, auctum & illustratum

Basileæ: Ludovici König, 1631. Editio quarta & ultima, 8vo, pp. [16] 974, [78]; ):(8 A-Zz8 AA-2V8; woodcut printer's mark, initials, and head- and tail-pieces; full contemporary vellum, manuscript spine title; spine considerably darkened; slightly later (1682) ownership inscription on front free endpaper, ink notes and blots throughout, most notably to leaf Ee, else textblock very good and sound. Buxtorf was a leading Hebrew scholar of the late 16th and early 17th centuries, and a compiler of two important Hebrew-Latin dictionaries. The one at hand should not be confused with the Lexicon Chaldaicum, Talmudicum, et Rabbinicum, which he left incomplete upon his death in 1629 and which his son completed and published in 1639. Vancil, p. 40; see also Brunet I, p. 1432 and Graesse I, p. 584 for other editions. Item #43269

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