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פריט 204:

Johannes Buxtorf's Epitome Grammacae Hebraeae -Grammatical Hebrew in Latin Edited by Johannes Leusden 1701 Third ...

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Johannes Buxtorf's Epitome Grammacae Hebraeae -Grammatical Hebrew in Latin Edited by Johannes Leusden 1701 Third Edition Leather binding Publishing: Apud Jordanum Luchtnan Considering its age, it is in very good condition. Some slight sign of moth damage and some damage to binding.
Johannes Buxtorf (1564-1629) was a celebrated Hebraist, member of a family of Orientalists. He was a professor of Hebrew for thirty-nine years at Basel. His massive tome, De Synagoga Judaica (1st. ed. 1603), scrupulously documents the customs and society of German Jewry in the early modern period.
He brought in many learned Jews to the university for him to consult with them on any questions/problems he had but it is said that many Jews also consulted with him, since he was so learned. It was quite controversial for him to bring them in since there were so many strict rules against the Jews at the time but he seemed to manage to do so without negatively affecting his relationship with the university or with the city of Basel.
Buxtorf was the father of Johannes Buxtorf the Younger.
Johannes Leusden (1624-1699) was a Dutch Calvinist theologian and orientalist.
He studied in Utrecht and Amsterdam and became a Professor of Hebrew in Utrecht, where he died, aged 75.
Leusden was one of the most prominent Bible experts of his time, and wrote several works about the Bible and about Hebrew philology (Philologus Hebraeus, 1656; Philologus Hebraeo-Mixtus, 1663; Philologus Hebraeo-Latino-Belgicum, 1668; Philologus Hebraeo-Graecus, 1670; Korte Hebreusche en Chaldeusche taalkonst, 1686). In 1660, together with the Amsterdam rabbi and book printer Joseph Athias, he published his Biblia Hebraica, the first edition of the Hebrew Bible with numbered verses.