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1 BIBLE. LATIN. 1805. Psalmi. Ex Recensione Textus Hebraei & Versionum Antiquarum Latine Ve
"One of the most useful Latin versions of the Psalms that has appeared in modern times." 1805 Bound dark marbled paper over boards, with green handwritten paper title label at top of spine, marbled paper rubbed through at all edges and most of spine as well as places on both covers, light foxing. Nice lithographed title page. book Small octavo Upsalla, SWEDEN 
BIBLE. LATIN. 1805. Psalmi. Ex Recensione Textus Hebrai & Versionum Antiquarum Latine Versi Notisque Criticis & Philologicis Illustrati. Upsaliae, Litteris Edmannianis, MDCCCV [1805] Small 8vo.

Bound dark marbled paper over boards, with green handwritten paper title label at top of spine, marbled paper rubbed through at all edges and most of spine as well as places on both covers, light foxing. Nice lithographed title page.

Collation: title leaf, A-P8, Q7; K5 mis-signed I5. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, [1]-251, (1) colophon, (2) prafatio.

Darlow & Moule #6277, "A fresh translation of the Psalter, Made from the Hebrew, with the aid of ancient versions." Preface is signed "N. M. Berlin." Text with footnotes. OCLC locates only the Univ. Chicago & Linkoping Stadsbibliotek.

"This is one of the most useful Latin versions of the Psalms that has appeared in modern times; it is faithfully executed, without being servilely literal. The notes, though brief, are sufficiently explicit, and are designed to explain obscure passages; to elucidate, by a short paraphrase, peculiar expressions that could not be rendered in the text by a single word; to point out the principal various readings worthy of note; to state briefly the arguments for the renderings of particular words, concerning which interpreters are by no means agreed, with references to philological works in which those arguments are more copiously discussed; and to suggest probable meanings to words of doubtful interpretation, which are submitted to the reader's judgment."--Horne: Intro. to Crit. Study Holy Script; Bibliography V., Lond., 1846, p323. 
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2 ERHARD, THOMAS AQUINAS. Isagoge et Commentarius in Universa Biblia Sacra Vulgata Editionis Sixti V. Clementis VIII.
Commentary on the Bible by a Benedictine Monk, Augsburg, 1735, German pigskin binding 1735 Panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands Nicely preserved original panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands, beveled wooden boards, working clasps & catches, later hand lettered title on spine, small 19th century paper label at bottom of spine, pigskin soiled, small worm holes in front cover near fore-edge with some extending into endpapers and two on into the next three leaves, blue-green page edges, medium foxing, 4cm corner torn from bottom of half-title page. book Folio, 24.5 x 37.5cm. Augusta Vindelicorum [Augsburg] et Pedeponti vulgo Statt am Hof prope Ratisbonam. Sumptibus Strotter, Gastel & Ilger, Bibliopolarum. Typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Celsissimi & Reverendissimi Principis & Episcopi Constantiensis. Typographi Aulici. 
ERHARD, THOMAS AQUINAS. Isagoge et Commentarius in Universa Biblia Sacra Vulgata Editionis Sixti V. Clementis VIII. Pontific. Maxim. Auctoritate Recognita, Illustrans & Explicans Sacram Scripturam per Clara Prolegomena in Omnes et Singulos Libros: per Dilucida Summaria in Quavis Capita: per Selectas Annotationes, Breves Paraphrases, et Exegeses in loca et versus Paulo Difficiliores, ex optimis Catholics interpretibus, Prasertim SS. Patribus, desumptas; Tomus Primus [& Secundus] Opera & Studio P. Thoma Aq. Erhard Ord. S. Benedicti, Theologi & Professi, in antiquiss. & Exempto, Monasterio Wessofontano. Cum Licentia Superiorum et Sacra Casarea et Regia Catholica Majestatis per universum S.R.I. nec non Terras Austriacas Privilegio Speciali. Augusta Vindelicorum [Augsburg] et Pedeponti vulgo Statt am Hof prope Ratisbonam. Sumptibus Strotter, Gastel & Ilger, Bibliopolarum. Typis Antonii Maximiliani Heiss, Celsissimi & Reverendissimi Principis & Episcopi Constantiensis. Typographi Aulici. Anno MDCC.XXXV. [1735] Folio, 24.5 x 37.5cm.

Nicely preserved original panel-stamped pigskin binding with raised bands, beveled wooden boards, working clasps & catches, later hand lettered title on spine, small 19th century paper label at bottom of spine, pigskin soiled, small worm holes in front cover near fore-edge with some extending into endpapers and two on into the next three leaves, blue-green page edges, medium foxing, 4cm corner torn from bottom of half-title page.

First title printed in red & black, woodcut head & tail pieces, woodcut initial letter at beginning of each book of the Bible, Greek & Hebrew words and phrases, broken off leather tab on second title with piece of blank paper pasted on verso of title to strengthen tab mount.

Collation: )(3, )()(2, [H]2, A-Kk4, Ll2; title leaf, (A)-(Ss)4, (Tt)-(Zz)2. Pagination: (1) half-title, (1) blank, (1) title, (1) synopsis, (2) prafatio, (1) censura ordinarii, (1) approbatio, (1) facultas, (1) privilegium casar 
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