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[WALLIN, GEORG AUGUST (Ed.) / IBN MALIK / BADR AL-DIN IBN MALIK]:
Badr al-Din Muhammad & Jamal al-Din Muhammad Ibn 'Abdullah Ibn Malik Sharh Badr al-Din 'ala qasida walidihi al-'ulama Ibn Malik al-mashura bi-lamiyat al-af'al. Helinski, F. Liewendal, 1851.
. 12mo. Pp. (1), 41. With lithographed naskh script, 17 lines on each page within a black border. Stab-sewn as issued. A rare edition of the Lamiyat al-Af'al' by the renowned Arab grammarian Ibn Malik together with a commentary by his son Badr al-Din. Edited by Georg Wallin, acclaimed Finnish orientalist and Arabian scholar. Lamiyat al-Af'al' is a metrical work of ilm al-sarf (the science of morphology) in Arabic grammar. Ibn Malik (Abu 'Abd Allah Jamal al-Din Muhammad) (1204-74) was born in Andalusia and moved East to study in Aleppo. He finally settled in Damascus where he taught language, literature, Koranic recitation etc. He is mainly known for his versification of textbooks, the most famous being a poem titled al-Alfiya. Ibn Malik's grammatical works were core texts in a traditional Islamic curriculum, particularly in Egypt, where Wallin spent eighteen months living as a Muslim in 1844-5. This text was presumably lithographed because of lack of Arabic types in Helsinki. We have only found one listed library copy, at British Library. See Encyclopedia of Arabic literature, p. 347. Zenker BO II, 121.
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Book number: 121116
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Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, Arabic, syria, syrian, grammar, language langue, literature, prose,

 
[DELISLE DE SALE, JEAN-BAPTISTE-CLAUDE]:
Histoire d'Assyrie, ou histoire des monarchies de Ninive, de Babylone, et d'Ecbatane. Two volumes. Paris, avec approbation & privilegie de Roi, 1780.
. Pp. xlviii, 332, (4); 300. Text within woodcut border. With one folding engraved map, four folding engraved plates and two folding engraved tables. Contemporary full calf, gilt spines with five raised bands, worn, hinges weak, spine ends chipped, marbled endpapers and edges. Rare first edition. Delisle de Sale (1741-1816) was a controversial French philosopher renowned for his "De la philosophie de la nature". Interesting work on the Assyrian empire with attractive engravings of Babylon and the Kaaba in Mecca. The two large tables are titled: "Chronologie des souverains de Ninive, de Babylone et d'Ecbatane" and " Tableau des variations entre les anciens historiens ... de l'Assyrie, depuis Ninus jusqu'à la Mort d'Astiage". A second edition was published in 1782 with a slightly different title ("Histoire de l'empire Assyrien"). Barbier i, 655.
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Book number: 100511
€  1800.00 [Appr.: US$ 1901.62 | £UK 1543.75 | JP¥ 256474]
Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, assyria, assyrian empire, babylon, iraq, syria, syrien, syrian, jordan, turkey, babylonian, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, history, historical, travel, exploration,

 
[BEIRUT IMPRINT].
Linguae syriacae grammatica et chrestomathiola cum glossario scholis accommodata. Auctore H.G.S.J. Berythi Phoeniciorum, typographia Pp. Soc. Jesu, 1890.
. Pp. 88 (4); 54 (5); 36, (2). Comprising three parts; grammatica, chrestomathia and glossarium. Contemporary half vellum, title label on spine, rubbed, short split to upper part of front hinge. Mission stamp on title. A scarce work on the Syriac language published by the Jesuits in Beirut, probably at St. Joseph's University.
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Book number: 38031
€  650.00 [Appr.: US$ 686.7 | £UK 557.5 | JP¥ 92616]
Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, syria, syriac, language, langue, linguistic, near east, east, eastern, asia, asiatic, asie, asien,

 
AGRELL, CARL MAGNUS & LINDGREN, HENRIC G. (Editor):
Supplementa ad lex. syr. castellianum. Dissertations. Parts 1-18 in one volume. Upsala (1838-41).
. Small 4to. Pp. (ii), vi, (iv, 10; (ii), 11-18; (iv), 19-26; (iv), 27-34; (iv), 35-42; (ii), 43-50; (iv), 51-58; (iv), 59-66; (iv), 67-74; (iv), 75-82; (iv), 90-98; (iv), 99-106; (iv), 107-114; (iv), 115-122; (vi), 123-130; (ii), 131-138. Disbound. The last two dissertations (parts 17 and 18) are usually missing. Agrell published this work as a supplement to Edmund Castell's "Lexicon Syriacum", second edition edited by Michaelis, Göttingen 1788. It was later incorporated in the "Thesaurus Syriacus", edited by R. Payne, Oxford 1868-1901. Agrell (1764-1840) was professor in Oriental languages at Upsala 1790-91.
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Book number: 34085
€  220.00 [Appr.: US$ 232.42 | £UK 188.75 | JP¥ 31347]
Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, syriac, syria, asia, asie, asiatic, asien, language, langue, linguistic,

 AVRIL, PHILIPPE:, Voyage en divers etats d'Europe et d'Asie, entrepris pour découvrir un nouveau chemin à la Chine. Contenant plusiers remarques curieuses de physique, de geographie, d'hydrographie & d'histoire. Avec une description de la grande Tartarie, & les differens peuples qui l'habitent. Paris, Claude Barbin, Jean Boudot, George & Louis Josse, 1692.
AVRIL, PHILIPPE:
Voyage en divers etats d'Europe et d'Asie, entrepris pour découvrir un nouveau chemin à la Chine. Contenant plusiers remarques curieuses de physique, de geographie, d'hydrographie & d'histoire. Avec une description de la grande Tartarie, & les differens peuples qui l'habitent. Paris, Claude Barbin, Jean Boudot, George & Louis Josse, 1692.
. 4to. Pp. (xx), 406, (ii), (24) table. With engraved portrait of Gen. Stanislas Jablonowski, one folding engraved map, three engraved plates and five large engraved vignettes. Contemporary calf, covers ruled in gilt, flat spine with elaborate gilt decoration and red title label, r.e. Bookplate on front paste down. First edition of Avril's narrative of his two journeys through Central Asia aiming to discover new overland routes to China. Philippe Avril, Jesuit professor of philosophy and mathematics at Paris, was summoned by Father Ferdinand Verbiest in Peking to join the mission there. For eight years, from 1682 to 1690, Avril travelled overland as far as North and Northwest China but ultimately failing to reach Peking. This narrative covers both journeys; the first by caravan through Syria, Kurdistan, Armenia, Persia and across the Caspian to Astrakan where he had to turn back, and the second about his attempt to cross Siberia from Moscow to China, with his return to the West through Constantinople, Moldavia, Poland and Lithuania. Avril's narrative is based on earlier Jeusit reports but also on new information given to him by caravan travellers and rulers he met en route, in particular the king of Syria. Cordier BS 2088. Cf Walravens (1987) 55.
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Keywords: Near East, china, chine, kina, chinese, syria, persia, turkey, levant, ottoman, travel, exploration, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, central asia, kurdistan, siberia, russia, russian,

 
BERGGREN, JACOB:
Resor i Europa och österländerne. Three volumes. Stockholm, S. Rumstedt, 1826-28.
. Comprises: Pp. (xxii), 375, (1); 558, (2), (ii), 70; 140, one blank leaf (with price information on the verso), 112 + (1) with 5 folding tables. Three engraved titles with vignettes, two folding maps and one engraved plan. Contemporary half calf on marbled boards, flat spines ruled in gilt, with title labels, red sprinkled edges, lightly rubbed. Spine ends with some wear, volume two head with small loss. Some very light staining to volume two but overall a very handsome and fresh copy.First edition of an important travel account of the Levant by Jacob Berggren (1790-1868), chaplain to the Swedish embassy in Constantinople. Contains an accurate account of Constantinople at this time and a narrative of Berggren's travels in the area between 1820-22. He visited Syria, Lebanon, the Holy Land and Jordania. One appendix (70 pp.) deals with plants collected by Berggren and described by the Swedish botanist Göran Wahlenberg. The other appendix (text in French) contains a guide to certain places of cultural interest in Syria and Palestine. Krok p. 72. Röhricht 1689.
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 BERNADOTTE, CARL & EUGEN & OSCAR (Princes of Sweden):, [PACIFIC & MIDDLE EAST] Våra minnen. Stockholm (colophon: Stuttgart) [1886].
BERNADOTTE, CARL & EUGEN & OSCAR (Princes of Sweden):
[PACIFIC & MIDDLE EAST] Våra minnen. Stockholm (colophon: Stuttgart) [1886].
. Pp. (iv), 262. With frontispiece (Princes Carl and Eugen in Arab costumes), decorated lithographed title and fifteen full page plates made from photographs protected by tissue guards. Original blue cloth decorated in gilt. Printed privately as a Christmas gift to the Swedish King and Queen, probably in a small edition. Provenance: A gift from H. Bukowski to Gunnar Hazelius, Swedish historian. A beautiful copy.This work titled "Our memories" contains travel accounts by the Swedish Princes from the Middle East and the Pacific, several written during Vanadis' circumnavigation (1883-5). Includes Prince Oscar's narratives of his visits to Kilauea on Hawaii, Manilla and the Himalayas; Prince Carl's accounts of Jerusalem and several places in India; Prince Eugen's accounts of the Druses and his visit to Damaskus; etc. Forbes 3863; Kroepelien 1318; Rolf Du Rietz, Bibl. Polynesiana, 1318.
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Book number: 100815
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Catalogue: South Asia
Keywords: South Asia, circumnavigation, travel, exploration, voyage, vanadis, swedish, sweden, india, indian, hawaii, damaskus, damascus, syria, vanadis,

 
CASTELL, EDMUND:
Lexicon syriacum ex eius lexico heptaglotto seorsim typis describi curavit, atque sua adnotata adiecit Joannes David Michaelis. Two volumes. Göttingen, Jo. Christ. Dieterich, 1788.
. 4to. Pp. (ii), viii, (ii), 476; (ii), 477-980. Uncut, interleaved copy with scholarly annotations by M. Jan De Goeje. Contemporary half calf on marbled boards, flat spines with title labels, worn and hinges weak. Internally clean and crisp. Second edition (first 1669) of this important oriental lexicon and first separate edition, edited by Johann David Michaelis. Edmund Castell (1606-86) was professor of Arabic at Cambridge and assisted Dr. Brian Walton in the preparation of his Polyglot Bible (1657). Castell's Lexicon took 18 years to complete and was specially prepared to supplement the Polyglot. Lowndes I, 386: "The work, embracing all the oriental languages in Walton's Polyglot, and designed to complete it, is, says Dr. A. Clarke, probably the greatest and most perfect work of the kind ever performed by human industry and learning." De Sacy ii, 2704. Thonnelier 1204. Zaunmüller 372. Zenker BO 1455. Provenance: Michail Jan De Goeje (1836-1909), Dutch orientalist and chief editor of Tabari's world history "Ta'rik al-rosol wa'l-moluk" (1879-1901).
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Book number: 99787
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DANZ, JOHANN ANDREAS:
Literator ebraeo-chaldaeus. Jena, Johan Félix Bielcke, 1715.
. Pp. (xiv), 502. Title printed in red and black. Third edition. BOUND WITH: Su manuductio, viam ostendes compendiosam ab ebraeae lingua analysin facilius instituenda, ejusque ritè applicandam syntaxin. Jena, Joh. Bielcke, 1702. Pp. (xii), 28. AND: Sive interpres ebraeo-chaldaeus, omnes vtriusque linguae idiotismos dexterè explicans; ... Jena, J. F. Bielcke, 1715. Third edition. Pp. (ii), 361, index (85). AND: Sev paradigmata nominum simplicium, ac verborum integra: quibus pro lingua intimius addiscenda, imperfecta qvaeqve ad analogiam prefectorum ... Editio iv. Jena, J.F. Bielcke, 1716. Pp. (xlvi), 130. AND: Sive rabbinismus enucleatus, qvoad ea, quae ebraeo-chaldaeis ... Third edition. Jena. J. F. Bielcke, 1714. Pp. (xii), 118, index (29). AND: Sive Aditus Syriae reclusus, compendiose ducens ad plenam lingua syriacae. Third edition. Zenker, BO ii, 1562. Jena 1715. Pp. (viii), 92. A collection of six linguistic works by the German theolog and orientalist Danz (1654-1727) who was professor in oriental languages at Jena. Bound in contemporary vellum, stained and spine defective.
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Book number: 42016
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Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, hebrew, chaldai, syria, syriac, language, langue, lingustic, asia, asie, asiatic, oriental, asien, chaldea,

 
HASE, JOHANNES MATTHIAS:
Regni Davidici et Salmonaei descriptio geographica et historica, una cum delineatione Syriae et Aegypti ... juncta est huic operi Consideratio Urbium maximarum veterum et recentiorum. Two parts in one volume. Norimbergae, Officina Homanniana, 1739.
. Folio. Pp. (vi) + clns 320, pp. 4 appendix + (ii), + clns 132, pp. (2) adv. With title printed in red and black, 5 (of 6) folding engraved maps, coloured in outline and 14 engraved plates of which 13 hand-coloured plans of cities, temples and pyramids. Old inscription on title. Long chronogram ownership inscription on front free endpaper. Occasionally some light staining. Contemporary full calf, spine worn and joints weak. Hase (1684-1742), geographer and cartographer, compiled many geographical works and maps for the Homann company. First edition of this historical and geographical description of the kingdoms of David and Solomon. The second part contains a comparison of the greatest cities of the known world. Graesse iii,217. Röhricht 1403. Tobler p.214.
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Book number: 16051
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Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, syria, holy land, geography, egypt, palestine, travel, exploration, asia, asie, asien, asiatic

 
HEDENSKOG, CARL AXEL:
Beraettelse om Alexander den Store, Oefversaettning fraan syriskan med anmaerkningar. Ett bidrag till Alexandersagan och dess historia. Academisk afhandling. Lund 1868.
. Pp. (iv), 74. Wrappers. A dissertation about Alexander the Great translated from the Syriac.
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Keywords: Near East, syria, asia, east, orient, oriente, asiatica, asie, asien, near east, middle east, arabia, arabic, arabica, islam, le moyen-orient, nahe osten, alexander, syrien, syrie, naher osten

 
HESSELGREN, ERIK & AURIVILLIUS, CARL:
Dissertatio de lingua aramaea. Part one & part two. Upsala, Joh, Edman, 1771 & 1773.
. 4to. Pp. (ii), 25, (1); (ii), 25-40. Disbound.
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Book number: 34166
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Keywords: Near East, syrien, syrie, aramaic, syria, linguistics, languages, langue, sprache, linguistique, linguistica, sprachwissenschaft, asia, east, orient, oriente, asiatica, asie, asien, near east, middle east, arabia, arabic, arabica, le moyen-orient, nahe os

 
JESSUP, HENRY HARRIS:
[SYRIA] The Women of the Arabs. New York, Dodd & Mead, (1873).
. Pp. (ii), x, 372. With frontispiece and thirteen wood engraved plates protected by tissue guards. Publisher's decorated brown cloth printed in gold and black, with some very light wear. Old ownership signature on front paste down. A few pages and the plates with light foxing. First edition, extremely rare. This work dealing with the role of women in society and female education in Lebanon and Syria is one of the earliest of its kind. Henry Harris Jessup (1832-1910) was an American missionary who came to Syria (now Lebanon) in 1855 where he stayed and worked until his death. He served as acting pastor of the Syrian Church of Beirut for more than thirty years. He functioned as secretary of the Asfuriyeh Hospital for the Insane from its establishment and also becoming missionary editor of the Arabic Journal, El Nesrah. Jessup writes about the situation for women in the Mohammedan world in general but he also explains about the Druze religion; the extreme Shi'ite group Nusayriyyah; missionary schools for girls in Syria (and Lebanon); Druze women; Beduin Arabs; the cities of Homs and Aleppo; and at last there is a chapter written for children. Smith J21.
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Book number: 120685
€  1600.00 [Appr.: US$ 1690.33 | £UK 1372.25 | JP¥ 227977]
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Keywords: Near East, arabia, arabic, syria, lebanon, syrian, lebanese, asia, asie, asien, asiatic, women, middle east, islam, mohemmedan, religion, religious

 KÅHRE (KAHRE), TRULS]. SWEBILIUS, OLOF:, [ Lijk-predikan wijdh ehreborne / wälwijse och wijdtförfarne / nu hoos gudh salige hr. Truls Kohres / fordom förnähm och wälförtiente rådh-mans uthi kongl. residentz och hufwudstaden Stockholm hederliga jordafärd / hållem utji stoore kyrckian / den 18 aug. anno 1672 för tå näewarande förnähmliga försambling. Stockholm, N. Wankijff, (1672).
KÅHRE (KAHRE), TRULS]. SWEBILIUS, OLOF:
[ Lijk-predikan wijdh ehreborne / wälwijse och wijdtförfarne / nu hoos gudh salige hr. Truls Kohres / fordom förnähm och wälförtiente rådh-mans uthi kongl. residentz och hufwudstaden Stockholm hederliga jordafärd / hållem utji stoore kyrckian / den 18 aug. anno 1672 för tå näewarande förnähmliga försambling. Stockholm, N. Wankijff, (1672).
. 4to. Pp. 17-94 (missing pp. 1-16 of the sermon). Text within printed woodcut border. Disbound. Partly with some light small marginal stain and a few leaves with some browning. A Funerary Oration for Truls Kåhre (1600-72) including a 17 pages "Vita defuncti" about his life and his adventurous journey to the Middle East and the Holy Land. Truls Kåhre, a young musician, started his long journey in 1641. He travelled via Holland to Portugal and from there to Tangier, Spain, Genua, Sardinia, and Sicily before he arrived at Aleppo. He visited Aria, Libanon and Babylon, and in 1643 he reached Jeursalem. He joined a caravan of 600 camels which took him through the deserts of Arabia to Egypt. He continued via Rhodes and Troja to Constantinople and Smirna. He arrived back at Stockholm in December 1645 where he was appointed alderman. This work also includes a poem "Hela wärldens pilgrims-färd" on pp. 85-94 by Johan Elasson or Lasse Lucidor, the famous Swedish baroque poet know for his burlesque poetry. See Olof G. Sundberg "Truls Kåhres resa", Stockholm 1948. Arne, Svenskarna och österlandet, Sthlm 1951, p. 152.
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Book number: 100388
€  500.00 [Appr.: US$ 528.23 | £UK 429 | JP¥ 71243]
Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, europe, european, turkey, turkish, levant, syria, middle east, east, orient, travel, exploration,

 
LINDGREN, HENRIK GERHARD:
De dialectis semiticis dissertatio. Three parts in one. Upsala, Regiae Academiae Typographi, 1822.
. 4to. Pp. (iv), 8; (iv), 9-16; (iv), 17-24. Disbound. Marklin 80-81.
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Book number: 34158
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Catalogue: Near East
Keywords: Near East, hebrew, syriac, syria, linguistics, languages, langue, sprache, linguistique, linguistica, sprachwissenschaft, arabia, arabic, arabica, le moyen-orient, nahe osten, arabish, arabien, arabe, palestina, palestine, israel, holy land, naher osten,

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