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Lot #    13852
Auction End Date    3/7/2006 1:29:00 PM (mm/dd/yyyy)
          
Title Information
Title (English)    Das Buch Hiob; Das Buch Ijob
Title (Hebrew)    ספר איוב
Author    [Only Ed. - Bible] Ferdinand Hitzig; Odiosus
City    Leipzig - Heidelberg - Berlin
Publisher    C. F. Winter'sche Verlagshandlung
Publication Date    1874; 1863
          
Collection Information
Independent Item    This listing is an independent item not part of any collection
          
Description Information
Physical
Description
   Only edition. LI, 319, [1]; [1], 55 pp., 208:136 mm., usual age staining, nice margins, stamps, plate. Very good copies bound in contemporary half cloth and marbled paper over boards, rubbed. Not in CD-EPI.
          
Detailed
Description
   Das Buch Ijob im Engeren Anschluss an den Mass. Urtext by Odiousus (W. Adolph & Co., Berlin 1863) bound with Das Buch Hiob by Dr. Ferdinand Hitzig, German Christian theologian; born at Hauingen, Baden, June 23, 1807; died at Heidelberg Jan. 22, 1875. After studying under Gesenius at Halle and under Ewald at Göttingen, he taught at Heidelberg from 1830 to 1833, in which year he received a call from the newly founded University of Zurich. He returned to Heidelberg in 1861. Hitzig was one of the most eminent and independent theologians of the nineteenth century. He was an indefatigable worker, and edited all the prophetical books and nearly all the poeticalwritings of the Old Testament. His publications include:

"Isaiah," 1833; "The Psalms," two editions, 1835-36 and 1863-65; "The Twelve Minor Prophets," 1839; "Jeremiah," 1841; "Ezekiel," 1847; "Ecclesiastes," 1847; "Daniel," 1850; "Song of Solomon," 1855; "Proverbs," 1858; "History of the People of Israel," 1869; "Job," 1874; and various minor works. Hitzig united extensive scholarship and brilliant penetration with a talent for combination which often led him astray. He always aimed at positive results, and endeavored, for instance, to ascertain the author and date of every psalm. As early as 1836 he maintained that some psalms before the seventy-third, and all psalms after and including the seventy-third, were Maccabean.

          
Reference
Description
   Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie, xii. 507-509; J. J. Kneucker, Zur Erinnerung an Ferdinand Hitzig, in Dr. Ferdinand Hitzig's Vorlesungen über Biblische Theologie und Messianische Weissagungen des Alten Testaments, pp. 1-64, Carlsruhe, 1880; JE
        
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Listing Classification
Period
19th Century:    Checked
  
Location
Germany:    Checked
  
Subject
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Characteristic
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Language:    German, Hebrew
  
Manuscript Type
  
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