A Hebrew Grammar for Christian Scholars: Abraham De Balmes' Mikneh Avram

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A Hebrew Grammar for Christian Scholars: Abraham De Balmes' Mikneh Avram

Abraham ben Meir de Balmes (ca. 1440-1523)
Mikneh Avram / Peculium Abrae: grammatica Hebraea una cum Latino nuper edita
(The Possession of Abram)
Title page
Impressa Venetijs : In aedibus Danielis Bo[m]bergi, XIIII K1. Dec. (18 Nov.) 1523
Abraham ben Meir de Balmes (ca. 1440-1523)
Mikneh Avram / Peculium Abrae: grammatica Hebraea una cum Latino nuper edita
(The Possession of Abram)
Introduction by Daniel Bomberg explaining why he decided to commit himself to the printing of a new Hebrew grammar targeted to non-Jews
Impressa Venetijs : In aedibus Danielis Bo[m]bergi, XIIII K1. Dec. (18 Nov.) 1523
Abraham ben Meir de Balmes (ca. 1440-1523)
Mikneh Avram / Peculium Abrae: grammatica Hebraea una cum Latino nuper edita
(The Possession of Abram)
Introduction by Daniel Bomberg explaining why he decided to commit himself to the printing of a new Hebrew grammar targeted to non-Jews
Impressa Venetijs : In aedibus Danielis Bo[m]bergi, XIIII K1. Dec. (18 Nov.) 1523
Title page
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographic information)
Printer's note with ornate initial
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographic information)
Printer's note, in Latin and Hebrew
Credit: Library at the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies, University of Pennsylvania (More bibliographic information)