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Leipzig : F.C.W. Vogel. 1817. First edition. Octavo, contemporary marbled boards, leather spine, gilt titles. 908 pp. Three parts in One. Complete. Spine panel repaired at edges, but solid and holding nicely, corner of front flyleaf torn, some foxing. A complete and attractive c opy of a very rare book.
Leipzeig: J.C. Hinrichs. 1902. First edition. Octavo, bound in marbled paper boards with cloth spine, gilt titles. 140 pp. Knudtzon, Norwegian linguist and historian, who in this book recognizes the Hittite language as Indo-European on the basis of two letters (The zwei Arzawa-Br iefe) found in Egypt. he later published...