Dissertationis Academicae de Utitlitate Dialectorum Orientalium ad tuendam integritatem Codicis Hebraei.
Partem Primam [and] Alteram; [bound with]: Dissertatio Theologica Inauguralis ad Locum apostoli Phillipp II. 5-11. Leiden Johannes Luzac 1742-1743
Two works bound in one volume, 4to, pp. [iv], , [i], 89-; [iv], . Arabic and Hebrew type in the first work. A very good copy bound in contemporary vellum, manuscript lettering on spine.
The doctoral thesis of Jan Jacob Schultens (1716-1788) who became professor at Herborn in 1742, and later succeeded to his fathers chair at Leiden. In the first of these works Jan Jacob defends his thesis before his father, Albert Schultens, whose own thesis, Dissertatio theologico-philologica de utilitate linguae Arabicae in interpretenda sacra lingua ("The Use of Arabic in the Interpretation of Scripture") had appeared in 1706.