Moses and Aaron. Civil and Ecclesiasticall Rites, Used by the Ancient Hebrewes; Observed, and at Large Opened, for the Clearing of Many Obscure Texts Thorowout the Whole Scripture. Herein Likewise is Shewed What Customes the Hebrewes Borrowed From Heathen People: And that many Heathenish Customes, Originally Have Beene Unwarrantable Imitations of the Hebrewes
London: John Haviland, 1628. Third edition. Smartly rebound in recent dark brown morocco with six raised bands. Gilt stamped title to tan label on spine. New endpapers. With several lovely engraved chapter headers and historiated initials. Text mostly in English, with some Hebrew. 332 pp. plus index - 185 x 140 mm (7¼ x 5½ inches). Thomas Godwyn was a scholar and headmaster, who became the first Fellow of Pembroke College Oxford. The Fellows of the College are responsible, under the Master's authority, for the running of the College.
Condition: In an excellent condition. Very well preserved, with light toning to pages and just a few sporadic spots of foxing.