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Johann Heinrich Hottinger

Historia Orientalis : quae, ex variis Orientalium monumentis collecta, agit I. De Muhammedismo, ejúsque causis tum procreantibus, tum conservantibus, inprimis de Muhammede, ejus majoribus, parentibus, patria, nativitate, educatione, pseudoprophetia, aemulis, dogmatibus, hegira, praeliis, successoribus, morte, II. De Saracenismo, seu religione veterum Arabum, III. De Chaldaismo, seu superstitione Nabataeorum, Chaldaeorum, Charranaeorum, &c. IV. De statu Christianorum & Judaeorum tempore orti & nati Muhammedismi, V. De variis, inter ipsos Muhammedanos, circa religionis dogmata & administrationem, sententiis, schismatis & haeresibus excitatis, VI. Accessit, ex occasione genealogiae Muhammedis, plenior illustratio Taarich bene Adam, quâ, ex ipsis Arabum scriptis, vita & res gestae prophetarum, patriarcharum, quorundam etiam apostolorum, regum Persiae, aliorúmque ab Adamo ad Muhammedis usque natales in orbe degentium & regentium, explicantur

Zurich: Typis Joh. Jacobi Bodmeri, 1651.
Historia Orientalis : quae, ex variis Orientalium monumentis collecta, agit I. De Muhammedismo, ejúsque causis tum procreantibus, tum conservantibus, inprimis de Muhammede, ejus majoribus, parentibus, patria, nativitate, educatione, pseudoprophetia, aemulis, dogmatibus, hegira, praeliis, successoribus, morte, II. De Saracenismo, seu religione veterum Arabum, III. De Chaldaismo, seu superstitione Nabataeorum, Chaldaeorum, Charranaeorum, &c. IV. De statu Christianorum & Judaeorum tempore orti & nati Muhammedismi, V. De variis, inter ipsos Muhammedanos, circa religionis dogmata & administrationem, sententiis, schismatis & haeresibus excitatis, VI. Accessit, ex occasione genealogiae Muhammedis, plenior illustratio Taarich bene Adam, quâ, ex ipsis Arabum scriptis, vita & res gestae prophetarum, patriarcharum, quorundam etiam apostolorum, regum Persiae, aliorúmque ab Adamo ad Muhammedis usque natales in orbe degentium & regentium, explicantur Library Average
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