Archive/Manuscript — 1 volume, 42 leaves, 220 x 145 mm.
The text comprises a long alphabetical list of Latinized Hebrew words, followed by their meanings, translations or explanations. Mostly they are names of characters in the Old Testament such as David ("manu fortis"), Jethro ("honorabilis"), Ruth, Obadiah, Naomi, etc. as well as places like Hebron and Jericho ("luna... ut odor eius") but also frequently used words, e.g. omen ("sum fiat"). The text exists in both long and short versions -- this is the long, much fuller, and much to be preferred. [Notes from dealer description]