Rabbinical literature: or, The traditions of the Jews, contained in their Talmud and other mystical writings. Likewise the opinions of that people concerning Messiah, and the time and manner of his appearing; with an appendix comprizing Buxtorf's account of the religious customs and ceremonies of that nation; also, A preliminary enquiry into the origin, progress, authority, and usefulness of these traditions; wherein the sense of the strange allegories in the Talmud and Jewish authors is explained. By the Revd. Mr. J.P. Stehelin.
|Main Author:||Eisenmenger, Johann Andreas, 1654-1704.|
|Other Authors:||Stehelin, John Peter, -1753., Buxtorf, Johann, 1564-1629.|
London : J. Robinson, 1748.
Worship in the Bible.
Vol. I has added t.-p., engr.: The traditions of the Jews. London, Printed by G. Smith, 1742.
The first edition of the German original was issued Frankfurt, 1700, under the title "Entdecktes judenthum", but was suppressed until after a second edition appeared at Königsberg, 1711. Editions of the translation, with preface by J.P. Stehelin, were issued 1732-34 and 1742 under title: The traditions of the Jews ...
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