[Segulota di-rabanan] sive Rabbinismus enucleatus, quo ad ea, quae Ebraeo-Chaldaeis vel prorsus non, vel minus usitata sunt [...]. Editio tertia.
8vo. (12), 118, (30) pp.
(Bound with) II: The same. [Taro desurio petiho], sive Aditus Syriae reclusus, compendiose ducens ad plenam linguae Syriacae Antichenae seu Maroniticae cognitionem, iuxta viam literatoris Ebraeo-Chaldaei. Ibid., 1715. (10), 92 pp. Contemporary boards.
Third edition of Danz's instruction book in the Rabbinic-Hebrew dialects, bound with his introduction to Syriac. The German theologian and oriental scholar Danz (1654-1727) taught at Jena since 1685. He coined several specialist terms of oriental studies and described many Hebrew realia.
Slightly browned; a few edge flaws; old handwritten ownership to title-page. Untrimmed copy. Includes a bifolium of notes in Hebrew and Syriac by a contemporary reader, loosely inserted.
OCLC 234072721, 69405205. Cf. ADB IV, 751.