A Compendious and Most Marueilous Historie of the Latter Tymes of the Iewes Common Weale Begynnyng Where the Bible or Scriptures Weale, and Contynuyng to the Vtter Subuersion and Destruction of That Countrey and People. by Ioseph Ben Gorion. (1575-1579) by Ha-Kohen Joseph Ben Gorion (Paperback / softback, 2010)
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A compendious and most marueilous historie of the latter tymes of the Iewes common weale begynnyng where the Bible or scryptures leaue, and contynuyng to the vtter subuertion and last destruction of that countrey and people. Josippon. English. Abridgments. Sefer ha-Kabalah. Morwen, Peter. Ibn Daud, Abraham ben David, Halevi, ca. 1110-ca. 1180. Joseph ben Gorion, ha-Kohen, (attributed name.) [Edition statement: ] And we newely corrected and amended by the sayde translatour. A translation of Abraham ben David ibn Daud's abstract, in book 3 of his Sefer ha-Kabalah, of the anymous Josippon or Yosippon. The latter has been misattributed to a Joseph ben Gorion, usually identified with Flavius Josephus. Imprint and correct publication date from colophon; title page reads 1575. With a final colophon leaf. Folio number 75 repeated twice, numbers 83-84 omitted, 172 repeated, and final leaf misfoliated 357. Formerly STC 14800. Identified as STC 14800 on UMI microfilm reel 472. , 357 [i.e. 258],  leaves [Imprinted at London: By Iohan Iugge wydowe, dwellyng neare vnto Christes Churche], STC (2nd ed.) / 14798.5 English Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library
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