THE DEAD SEA SCROLLS.
Translated and with an introduction by Geza Vermes and Illustrated by Sharaga Weil.
First edition, limited to 1500 numbered copies signed by Weil. This beautifully illustrated book describes the contents of the Dead Sea Scrolls discovered in 1947 to 1956 in Israel. The documents, called the Qumran Documents, are now in the Hebrew University and the Palestine Archaeological Museum. Designed by Henri Friedlaender and printed by the Westerham Press. Some fading of slipcase.
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by Klimsch, Eugen
Written in German. Title page and 12 plates with Putti-style infants. Eugen Klimsch was the son of Ferdinand Karl Klimsch, author of the Devisen here bound together. WorldCat locates 6 other copies of Kindergruppen and 3 other copies of the Devisen, but none together. Covers and spine faded, several small binding flaws, light soiling, corners and spine ends rubbed. Front hinge separating, all plates strengthened, occasional foxing. Plates only on recto. Contents very good.