Antiquariaat Spinoza: Latin
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De Statu Mortuorum et Resurgentium Tractatus. Ajicitur, Appendix de Futura Judaeorum Restauratione. Autore Thoma Burnetio, S.T.P. Editio Secunda.
London, Impensis A. Bettesworth & C. Hitch, ad Insigne Leonis Rubri, in vico vulgo dicto Pater-Noster-Row., 1733. VIII, 432 pp., with an engraved portrait of the author by G.Vertue as frontispiece. 8vo. Internally very good. Contemporay calf with golden fillets, raised bands, cracked upper-joint, wear to ends of spine, spickled edges. Bookplate of W. Wynne at upper pastedown. Pictures will be sent on request.
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Book number: 43441
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Catalogue: Latin

Vita Philippi Melanchthonis. Authore Joachimo Camerario Papebergensi. In qua conspicere licet Historiam Primae Reformationis Ecclesiae, multasque alias Res memorabiles scituque dignissimas. (INCOMPLETE)
Hagae-Comitum (The Hague), Ex Typographia Adriani Vlacq., 1655. 12mo. (4), 428, (24) pp. incl. an engraved frontispiece portrait of Melanchthon. Very good condition. Plain vellum, title in contemp. ink on spine. First edition. THIS COPY LACKS the introduction, 12 pages after the title which in other copies precede the actual text of the Vita: "Pro oe mium ad illustrissimum principem ac Domnium D. Philippum Landgravium Haggiae, Principem Cattorem etc."
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Book number: 45411
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Catalogue: Latin

CUNAEUS, PETRUS (1586-1638
De republica Hebraeorum. Editio novissima.
Leiden, Ex officina Elzeviriana, 1632. 24mo, 11x5,5 cm. (24), 503 pp. Engr. title. Red edges. Contemp. handwriting on title. At the end some slight waterstaining. On the whole a good copy. Contemp. leather, worn. The `Hebrew Republic'was the first study of the ancient Jewish polity by a Christian author to make extensive use of Maimonides' {Mishneh Torah}. As such it is an important milestone in the history of the study of Jewish texts. Contains biblical texts in Hebrew characters. It was the most popular book of the Hebraeists in the Netherlands, read by the orthodox Calvinists and the more liberal `Remonstranten'. The republic of the ancient Hebrews was seen as a model for the Dutch republic. Originally published in 1617. Willems 362
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Book number: 23090
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Catalogue: Latin

The Latin Poems. Edited and translated by John & Winifred Macqueen. (Bibliotheca Latinitatis Novae) ISBN 9789023245995
Assen, Royal van Gorcum, 2009. XVI, 484 pp. Internally as new. Orig. cloth. Unobtrusive stain at frontcover and bottom-edge. The Latin verse of the Scottish physician and surgeon Archibald Pitcairne (1652-1713) was once well-known for its quality and for its support of the exiled British royal family of Stuart. Almost paradoxically, it also reflects the new world of Newtonian science. All his poetry is occasional, with a distinctive, often sardonic, turn of phrase. Selections were published in the eighteenth century, one afterwards included as an appendix to his collected medical writings. This is the first complete, critical edition and includes some recent discoveries. The editors have used all surviving texts, MS and printed. Neo-Latin texts and translations.
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Book number: 47606
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Catalogue: Latin

Opera, Vol. 1 ONLY. Korte verhandeling van God de mensch en des zelfs welstand - Renati des Cartes principiorum philosophiae pars I & II - Cogitata Metaphysica - Compendium Grammatices Linguae Hebraeae.
631 pp. Ex-library copy. Orig. cloth., library labels on spine. Vol. 1 of 4-vol set ed. by Carl Gebhardt. Latin texts with "Textgestaltung" in German.
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Book number: 47837
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Catalogue: Spinoza/Latin

Opera quotquot reperta sunt. Ed. J. van Vloten et J.P.N. Land. 2 vols.
The Hague, 1882-1883. XII, 630; XII, 634 pp. With engraved portrait and 2 facsimile letters at the end. Librarystamp on title: vol. II: Bibliotheek Vereen. Doopsg. Gemeente Amsterdam. Fine set. Modern cloth, title label on spine. Ex-libris inner frontcovers: R. de Rosa. Complete works. First edition by Van Vloten and Land, containing also the {Compendium grammatices linguae hebraeae.}. Became the standard edition until Gebhardt (1925). For the portrait, see Altkirch, p. 84, plate 17. In this first printing, the presentation of the texts has been carefully executed. Unfortunately the subsequent printings (1895, 1914) are increasingly inferior, each adding new misprints to the ones copied from the preceding". (Koistinen, The Cambridge Companion to Spinoza's Ethics).
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Book number: 26215
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Catalogue: Spinoza/Latin

Darche Hannesigah sive leges de accentus hebraicae linguae ascensione.
Leiden, E.J. Brill, 1881. 115 pp. Uncut. Good copy. Or.wrps, some brown age-staining. Cornerpiece backcover lacking.
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Book number: 23185
€  21.20 [Appr.: US$ 24.97 | £UK 18.75 | JP¥ 2832]
Catalogue: Latin

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