Six German imprints in 5 vols.: (1) B.G. Struvius. Antiquitatum Romanarum syntagma
sive de ritibus sacris systema absolutius (...). Jena, J. Bilekium, 1701, (12),640,(32) p., engr. printer's mark on title-p., 5 large fold. engr. plates, contemp. vellum, thick 4to.
Title-p. cut short at fore-edge; sm. burn-hole in final 2 index quires. Georg Adam Struwe (1619-1692), jusrisconsult, professor of Roman law at the university of Jena. Bound with: (2) One other by Joh. Christfried Sagittarius (1617-1689). (3) G. Stolle. Introduction in historiam litterariam in gratiam elegantiorum litteraram et philosophiae conscripta (...). Jena, widow J. Meyer, 1728, (8),XIV,(2),892,(180) p., engr. portrait, contemp. overlapping vellum, 4to. Old annotations and owner's entry "Joh. Harl Jenae" in pen on first free endpaper. Covers a few stains. Good copy of this translation of "Anleitung zur Historie der Gelärtheit". (4) H. Witsius. De oeconomia foederum dei cum hominibus libri IV. Editio Quarta. Herborn, J.N. Andrea, 1712, (32),919,(17) pp., contemp. overlapping vellum w. mor letterpiece on spine, 4to. Some underl. and annots. in red ink in the first part. Binding sl. soiled and other sm. defects. Herman Wisen (1636-1708), theology professor at Franeker, Utr. and Leyden. This work is one of the clearest and most suggestive expositions of the so-called 'federal' theology. And 2 others (total 6 works in 5 vols.).