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Author Costard, George, 1710-1782.

Title Two dissertations : I. Containing an enquiry into the meaning of the word Kesitah, mentioned in Job, chap.42. vers.11. In which is endeavoured to be proved, that though it most probably there stands for the Name of a Coin, yet that there is no reason for supposing it stamped with any Figure at all, and therefore, not with that of a Lamb in particular. II. On the signification of the word Hermes. To which is explained the Origin of the Custom among the Greeks, of erecting Stones called Hepmai; together with some other Particulars, relating to the Mythology of that People.

Published Oxford : printed at the Theatre, for Richard Clements: and sold by J. and J. Rivington, Booksellers in St Paul's Church-Yard, London, MDCCL. [1750]

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Physical description 4 unnumbered pages,47,1 unnumbered page : illustrations ; 8⁰
Notes Dedication signed: G. Costard.
Reproduction of original from British Library.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Farmington Hills, Mich. : Cengage Gale, 2009. Available via the World Wide Web. Access limited by licensing agreements. s2009 miunns.
Notes Great Britain England Oxford.
Subject Hermes (Greek deity)
Bible -- Money.
Coinage.
Kesitah.
Mythology, Greek.