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Leone Modena

The history of the present Jews throughout the world. Being an ample tho succinct account of their customs, ceremonies, and manner of living, at this time. Translated from the Italian, written by Leo Modena, a Venetian Rabbi. To which are subjoin’d two supplements, one concerning the Samaritans the other of the sect of the Carraites. From the French of Father Simon, with his Explanatory Notes. By Simon Ockley, Vicar of Swavesey in Cambridgeshire.

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London: Printed and sold by Edm. Powell in Black-Fryars near Ludgate , 1707.
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The history of the present Jews throughout the world. Being an ample tho succinct account of their customs, ceremonies, and manner of living, at this time. Translated from the Italian, written by Leo Modena, a Venetian Rabbi. To which are subjoin’d two supplements, one concerning the Samaritans the other of the sect of the Carraites. From the French of Father Simon, with his Explanatory Notes. By Simon Ockley, Vicar of Swavesey in Cambridgeshire. Library Average
Circulation records from 1793-1799 are lost.
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