Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636

Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636

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Title: Flavii Josephi hooghberoemde Joodsche historien, 1636
Author: Flavius Josephus
Woodcut Artist: Christoffel Van Sichem II
Publisher: Tot Haerlem, Gedruckt voor Adriaen Roman
Condition: Very Good
An early 17th century Dutch edition of the Works of Josephus.
First soldier, then slave, and lastly historian and hagiographer of priestly and royal ancestries, Josephus recorded Jewish history in the first century, with significant events such as the first Jewish-Roman War. Outside of the Gospels, Josephus is often credited for recording some of the earliest history of Christ. This is a compilation of his complete works.
This edition of Josephus is richly illustrated with roughly 103 woodcuts commonly attributed to Christoffel Van Sichem II, bound in an embossed vellum binding.

One blindstamped vellum bound volume in folio, (2)+338+(13)+77+(3) leaves, numbered as such.

On note of condition, this binding is in very good shape, with minor staining on the covers. The original ties have been replaced with modern ones, as well as new endpapers being fitted in. There are heavier signs of repair done to the first several pages, and some dampstaining noted at the outer margins through the book.