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Dictionarium Harmonicum Biblicum Ebraeum

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[Contemporary embossed binding with the arms of the House of Saxony] Bound in contemporary roll-tooled pigskin over wooden boards. Crack along spine. Metal clasp remnants at edge. Quarto, 21 x 17 cm. [8], 889, [1], blank, [8], [74] pages. Leaf Y provided in facsimile. Title within typographic border, with woodcut device. Hutter was a German Hebraist and tutor to the Elector of Saxony. Due to the patronage of Rudolf II he established a printing press at Nuremberg where he printed bibles and religious works. Hutter's work was "remarkable for being printed with radical letters in black; the servile in hollow types; the quiescent, or deficient letters, in small characters above the line." Watt, Bibliotheca Britannica, 1824, 529-530 p. Adams 1244. (Also printed in 1597, 1598)
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