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The history of the seventy two interpreters: of their journey from Jerusalem to Alexandria: their entertainment at the Egyptian court: their version of the Septuagint: with all the circumstances of that illustrious transaction. Written in Greek by Aristeas, embassador from PtolomÆus Philadelphus king of Egypt, to Eleazar, high-priest of the Jews. Inscrib’d to his brother Philocrates. To which is added, The history of the angels, and their gallantry with the daughters of man. Written by Enoch the Patriarch. Publish’d in Greek by Dr. Grabe. Made English by Mr. Lewis, of Corpus Christi College in Oxoford.
London: Printed for J. Hooke, and T. Caldecott, 1715.
Not in Collection
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Benjamin S. Judah||7/9/1791||7/9/1791||72 Interpreters|
|Comfort Sands||3/10/1792||3/14/1792||72 Interpreters|
|John B. Dash||2/7/1804||2/7/1804||Seventy Interp|
|Willet Hicks||2/15/1804||2/25/1804||72 Interpreters|
|Ebenezer Stevens||2/2/1805||2/9/1805||Seventy Two Interp.|