Maphte-ach hammikra; O, miphtach sepher hakkodesh. A key to the Hebrew Bible,
by which, most of the words in all the historical books, together with many (if not all) of the most used words, thorow all the prophecies, are unlocked and opened, in an alphabetical praxis, upon the Psalms of David and Jeremiah's Lamentations; wherein all the words in these two books ... are alphabetically resolved, explained, and reduced to their roots, according to the ... letters of the alphabet, with which they are written in the text: so that any ordinary capacity, (when once the Hebrew letters are known) ... may find it immediately resolved, in its proper alphabetical place, and gramatically reduced to its root, with all the irregularities or deficiences explained; in so far as is necessary for the understanding of the text. By William Robertson, Master of Arts, from the Uuiversity [sic] at Edinburgh, in Scotland; and now residing, and teaching Hebrew in London.
|Main Creator:||Robertson, William, d. 1686?.|
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London : printed for the author; and are to be sold by H. Robinson, A. Crook, L. Fawn, and S. Thomson, in Pauls Church-yard: and by G. Sawbridge, at the Bible on Ludgate Hill, where any who desires, may know where the author remains, 1656.
Hebrew characters, with transliteration, at head of title.
In three parts. Part 2, "The letter Mem", and part 3, "The letter Aleph", each begin new register.
Physical description: , 320, 325-372, 56, 67-242, 241-248, 241-301, , 181,  p. ; 8⁰.
Citations/References: Wing (CD-Rom, 1996), R1613
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