By: Fabricio, Johanne Alberto
Hamburgi (Hamburg), Sumptu Viduae Benjam. Schilleri & Joh. Christoph. Kisneri: 1719
Edition: Second Revised Edition.
Seller ID: 446
Binding: Contemporary Two Toned Leather
970pp. Bound in contemporary quarter leather over pig skin with five raised bands. Title page printed in red and black. Fabricius was a noted book collector and had some 32,000 volumes in his library. He compiled some important bibliographies which are still consulted today. Schaff-Herzog states that this work is, ".still indispensable" (IV:265). Charlesworth's The New Testament Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha says that this work is a "hallmark" of the first phase of study in this field and is a "monumental work" (1). Rare. Front joint split, but the front cover is still hanging on by a couple of... View More...