The Resource The Book of Jasher : one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered, now offered in photographic reproduction of the version by Alcuin

The Book of Jasher : one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered, now offered in photographic reproduction of the version by Alcuin

Label
The Book of Jasher : one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered
Title
The Book of Jasher
Title remainder
one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered
Statement of responsibility
now offered in photographic reproduction of the version by Alcuin
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
CBC
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Sefer ha-yashar
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
735-804
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Alcuin
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Jews
Label
The Book of Jasher : one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered, now offered in photographic reproduction of the version by Alcuin
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Added title-page : "The Book of Jasher: with testimonies and notes, critical and historical, explanatory of the text. To which is prefixed, various readings, and a preliminary dissertation, proving the authenticity of the work. / Translated into English from the Hebrew, by Flaccus Albinus Alcuinus, of Britain, Abbot of Canterbury, who went a Pilgramage into the Holy Land, and Persia, where he discovered this volume, in the city of Gazna. -- Bristol: printed for the editor by Philip Rose, 1829."
Control code
ocm04608153
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
[xiii], 62, 9 p.
Note
52357 h
Label
The Book of Jasher : one of the sacred books of the Bible, long lost or undiscovered, now offered in photographic reproduction of the version by Alcuin
Publication
Note
Added title-page : "The Book of Jasher: with testimonies and notes, critical and historical, explanatory of the text. To which is prefixed, various readings, and a preliminary dissertation, proving the authenticity of the work. / Translated into English from the Hebrew, by Flaccus Albinus Alcuinus, of Britain, Abbot of Canterbury, who went a Pilgramage into the Holy Land, and Persia, where he discovered this volume, in the city of Gazna. -- Bristol: printed for the editor by Philip Rose, 1829."
Control code
ocm04608153
Dimensions
28 cm.
Extent
[xiii], 62, 9 p.
Note
52357 h

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