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{Petaẖ 'ohel mo'ed}. Rudimenta Hebraicae linguae, accurata methodo et brevitate conscripta. Eorundem rudimentorum praxis, quae vivae vocis loco esse possit. Omnia recognita et aucta ab ipso authore Antonio Rodolpho Cevallerio ejus linguae professore. De Hebraica syntaxi canones generales, nunc primum editi. Praefixa est epistola hebraea doctissimi viri Joannis Immanuelis Tremellii, qua operis totius utilitas copiose demonstratur.
Author, ContributorChevallier, Antoine-Raoul Search Wikipedia for Antoine-Raoul Chevallier ; Tremellius, Emmanuel Search Wikipedia for Emmanuel Tremellius ; Béraud, François Search Wikipedia for François Béraud ; Chrestien, Florent Search Wikipedia for Florent Chrestien ; Tagaut, Jean Search Wikipedia for Jean Tagaut ; Bèze, Théodore de Search Wikipedia for Théodore de Bèze
Imprint[Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1567
Description[16], 255, [1] p. ; In-4°
LanguageHebrew ; Latin
Bibliographical referenceGLN-2337 ; Adams, Cambridge, C 1300 ; Buisson, Ouvr. pédag., p. 60 ; CDM, p. 66 ; Drummond, Aberdeen, n° 1030 ; Girard-Le Bouteiller, Basse-Normandie, t. 3, n° 650 ; Kecskeméti, Estienne, n° 53 ; Malicki, BJ 16, n° C-718 ; Schreiber, Estiennes, n° 166 ; Shaw, Cathedral Libr., 2, C 887 ; STC Edinburgh, p. 86
Providing InstitutionBibliothèque de Genève, Bb 226
Persistent linkhttp://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-3228 
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ReferenceChevallier, Antoine-Raoul: {Petaẖ 'ohel mo'ed}. Rudimenta Hebraicae linguae, accurata methodo et brevitate conscripta. Eorundem rudimentorum praxis, quae vivae vocis loco esse possit. [...]. [Genève] : Henri II Estienne, typographe d’Ulrich Fugger, 1567. Bibliothèque de Genève, Bb 226, http://doi.org/10.3931/e-rara-3228 / Public Domain Mark