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  1. A Plan of Mount Tabor and the Parts Adjacent.
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    A Plan of Mount Tabor and the Parts Adjacent. 1720

    £95

    Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in order to interpret and understand Bible stories. His major work was a multi-volume work known in English as Calmet’s Dictionary … Read more

  2. The Brasen Sea in Solomon’s Temple. The Section of the Brasen in Solomon’s Temple.
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    The Brasen Sea in Solomon’s Temple. The Section of the Brasen in Solomon’s Temple. 1720

    £75

    Showing the Church of St.Peter, The Sea of Tiberias or Lake of Genezareth, the mouth of Jordan, and the mountains of Arabia the Stony.Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and … Read more

  3. A Plan of Mount Sinai and Mount Horeb
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    A Plan of Mount Sinai and Mount Horeb 1720

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    Depicting the Monastery and Chapel of St. Catherine and the Rock out of which Moses is believed to have produced water.Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in … Read more

  4. Solomon Having Built the Temple of Jerusalem Dedicates it to the Lord
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    Solomon Having Built the Temple of Jerusalem Dedicates it to the Lord 1720

    £175

    Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in order to interpret and understand Bible stories. His major work was a multi-volume work known in English as Calmet’s Dictionary … Read more

  5. Several False Gods Worshipped by the Samaritans
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    Several False Gods Worshipped by the Samaritans 1720

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    Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in order to interpret and understand Bible stories. His major work was a multi-volume work known in English as Calmet’s Dictionary … Read more

  6. The Expiation of a Murder Committed in the Open Field the Author Whereof is Unknown.  Deut. XXXI
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    The Expiation of a Murder Committed in the Open Field the Author Whereof is Unknown. Deut. XXXI 1720

    £95

    Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in order to interpret and understand Bible stories. His major work was a multi-volume work known in English as Calmet’s Dictionary … Read more

  7. Ceremonies used at the Sacrifice of the Red Heiffer Burnt without the Camp of Israel.  Numb. XIX
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    CALMET, Antoine, Augustine

    Ceremonies used at the Sacrifice of the Red Heiffer Burnt without the Camp of Israel. Numb. XIX 1720

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    Antoine Augustine Calmet (1672-1757) was a French Benedictine monk and theologian, who published several volumes of pioneering studies which utilized historical and factual information in order to interpret and understand Bible stories. His major work was a multi-volume work known in English as Calmet’s Dictionary … Read more

  8. And the child grew……And she called him Moses.
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    HOGARTH, WILLIAM.

    And the child grew……And she called him Moses. 1806.

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    And the child grew and she brought him into Pharaohs daughter, and he became her son. And she called him Moses. The painting upon which this engraving is based was created by William Hogarth for his favourite charity, the Foundling Hospital. The scene depicts … Read more

  9. And the child grew……And she called him Moses.
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    HOGARTH, WILLIAM.

    And the child grew……And she called him Moses. 1822

    £195

    And the child grew and she brought him into Pharaohs daughter, and he became her son. And she called him Moses. The painting upon which this large engraving is based was created by William Hogarth for his favourite charity, the Foundling Hospital. It was jointly … Read more

  10. The Pool of Bethesda.
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    HOGARTH, W.

    The Pool of Bethesda. 1822

    £220

    Engraved by Picot, VM & Ravenet,Simon Francis. Read more

  11. Pontificum Romanorum Series Chronologica.
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    SEUTTER, Johannes.

    Pontificum Romanorum Series Chronologica. 1728

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    One of a set of four prints that originally appeared in the 1728 Atlas Novus. This curious image shows a pope, sceptre in one hand, the other hand raised. On his body is a list of all the popes from the first to the seventeenth-century. … Read more

  12. Habet.
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    SADLER, Dendy.

    Habet.

    £155

    Restrike from the original plate. Engraver: MULLER, L. Read more

  13. La Belle Constance dragonée par Arlequin deodat.
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    DE HOOGHE, Romeyn, as "Gisling Geneve".

    La Belle Constance dragonée par Arlequin deodat. [1689]

    £200

    Satire on the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes. Constance, representing the Huguenots, is menaced by the Harlequin/Louis XIV and his Military and Religious forces, James II humbly offers assistance, his duplicity revealed by the Jesuit insignia around his neck Read more

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