Verklaring van Mozes Derde Boek, Genoemd Levitikus uit de Engelsche verklaringen van de heeren Patrik Polus, Wels.
Amsterdam: Isaak Tirion en Jacobus Loveringh, 1740. First edition. [Bound with], Verklaring van Mozes vierde boek, genoemd Numeri. Top the rear is a fine map of the journey of the Israelites from Egypt to Canaan by Isaak Tirion. Two volumes bound as one. White leather (doesn't seem to be vellum) embossed design to the front and rear board. titles inked to the spine. small ex libris stampt to the front end paper. The texts are in good clean condition with just a touch of darkening to the paper. Both volumes are 1st editions. Commentary on these two books of the Bible. Each has a half title, and a title page printed in red and black with a vignette illustration. There is also an attractive engraving to the first text page of each volume. A touch of edgewear to the top of the first title.
Johann van den Honert was an 18th-century Dutch theologian who was one of the most important Protestant reformers in the Netherlands. Honert was a supporter of orthodox Calvinism LXVI, 342, , 390 + map 260 by 210mm (10¼ by 8¼ inches).