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1 Golius, Jacob; Van Gool, Jacob Lexicon arabico-latinum, contextum ex probatioribus Orientis lexicographis. Accedit index latinus copiosissimus.
Leiden Bonaventura & Abraham Elzevier 1653 First Edition Vellum Fair with no dust jacket 
This is the first edition of Golius's Arabic-Latin dictionary, based on the Sihah of Al-Jauhari, called the "best of its kind" until the nineteenth century. The Lexicon is about 1500 pages, in double columns. It is a large heavy folio measuring 14.5" x 9.5", and 3.5" thick. Will require extra postage internationally. Pagination is [12], 16 pgs, 17-2922 columns, [40] pages.OCLC 312103043. Condition is fair antiquarian. It has the original blind stamped vellum covers which are worn and rubbed, edges lifting from the boards, spine has been repaired somewhat crudely many years ago and the repair has wear and repairs itself. Interior is clean but has consistent foxing throughout. Sewing is showing and the book is somewhat fragile, not surprising considering the great weight and pressure put on the cords with this enormous book. There are ownership marks relating to a Catholic school and one of the serving fathers from the early 20th century. The work is not only a ground-breaking piece of scholarship. It was actually printed by Jean and Daniel Elzevier but printed under their fathers' names as a tribute to them for such a "formidable work of typography." Golius (1596-1667) (Jacob Van Gool) was a mathematician and orientalist who had studied Arabic with Erpenius, whom he succeeded as professor of Arabic at Leiden University in 1625. He was later the chair of mathematics at the same university. Golius taught mathematics to the French philosopher René Descartes, and later corresponded with him. Golius's Lexicon Arabico-Latinum, was a big improvement on the Arabic-to-Latin dictionary of Franciscus Raphelengius, which was published at Leiden in 1613. Golius possessed mainstream medieval Arabic dictionaries written solely in Arabic, which he had collected on his extensive travels in the Middle East, and was able to translate their contents into Latin. ; Folio 13" - 23" tall; 1500 pages 
Price: 1200.00 USD
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2 Harder, Ernst Arabische Konversations-Grammatik mit bes. Berücksichtigung der Schriftsprache. Mit einer Einführung von M. Hartmann
Heidelberg Julius Groos Verlag 1898 Cloth Good with no dust jacket 
475 pp + xi, ad endpapers. (Lehrebucher methode Gaspey-Otto-Sauer)An Arabic learner with all the basics, alphabet, grammar, exercises, vocabulary and readings. In German, old script. Dark olive green cloth cover with black clean, few bumps, top edge dusty, endpapers toned, hinges cracking, interior pages clean.; 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall 
Price: 29.00 USD
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3 Salmone, H. Anthony Arabic-English Dictionary on a New System. In Two Volumes Vol. I: Arabic English; Vol. II: English Index
London Trubner & Co. 1890 Hardcover Good 
xxiv, 1254; 179 pp. With Arabic language titles at rear of volumes; Vol. I has pocket at rear with folded table of described forms inserted. In drab brown cloth covers that have been neatly but not artistically repaired at the spine with black library tape, interior front hinge of volume 1 has been reinforced with white tape, otherwise the pages are clean and unmarked. Vol. I also has some pencil writing in Arabic at the back end paper, otherwise good. A landmark dictionary, complete in the two volumes, sturdy and neat, easy to read. A heavy set, 6 lbs (2.5 kgs) packed, may require additional postable. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 1433 pages 
Price: 75.00 USD
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Struggling with the Philosopher: a Refutation of Avicenna's Metaphysics A New Arabic Edition and English Translation of Muhammad B. 'abd Al-Karim B. Ahmad Al-Shahrastani's Kitab Al-Musara'a, Wilfred Madelung and Toby Mayer (Ed. and Trans. )
4 Wilfred Madelung and Toby Mayer (Ed. and Trans. ) Struggling with the Philosopher: a Refutation of Avicenna's Metaphysics A New Arabic Edition and English Translation of Muhammad B. 'abd Al-Karim B. Ahmad Al-Shahrastani's Kitab Al-Musara'a
London, New York I. B. Tauris Publishers 2001 186064693x / 9781860646935 Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Vi + 250 pp. English and Arabic text. Index and bibliography at end of English text. Yellow DJ in good condition, very faintly rubbed along edges. Black cloth boards. Book is in excellent condition, very clean with no marks or wear. ; The Institute of Ismaili Studies: Ismaili Texts and Translations Series, 2; 8.82 X 5.56 X 1.11 inches; 256 pages 
Price: 550.00 USD
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