Rabinical 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 ; In Two Volumes, Volume 1
Robinson, 1748 - 338 pages
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