Homoploia ; Salomonis hoc est De regionibus Tharsis vel Ophir hactenus errantibus, hispaniae demum (quo Tyriorum Hebraeorumque classis navigavit) seriò vindicatis planèque restitutis / manuscript, 1622. (Book, 1622) [WorldCat.org]
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Homoploia ; Salomonis hoc est De regionibus Tharsis vel Ophir hactenus errantibus, hispaniae demum (quo Tyriorum Hebraeorumque classis navigavit) seriò vindicatis planèque restitutis / manuscript, 1622.

Author: Luis Tribaldos de Toledo; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
Edition/Format:   Manuscript   Archival Material : Latin
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Concerns the biblical place and people of Ophir, which the author locates in Spain. He also mentions the scholars Arias Montanus, Leon Pinelo, Fracastoro and Columbus who identify Ophir as being in America (Haiti, Mexico and Peru) (ff. 13r, 31r).
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Named Person: Solomon, King of Israel.; Benito Arias Montano; Christopher Columbus; Girolamo Fracastoro; Antonio de León Pinelo
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Luis Tribaldos de Toledo; Thomas Phillipps, Sir
OCLC Number: 612861078
Language Note: In Latin, Greek and Hebrew.
Notes: Autograph manuscript, unsigned, written at Madrid, 1 May 1622 (f. 192r); manuscript additions in the same hand appear on bound-in leaves between ff. 53-54, and leaf foliated as f. 118.
Title proper appears in Greek letters.
Bound in limp vellum.
Description: 1 v. ([2], 195 leaves) ; 22 cm.
Other Titles: De regionibus Tharsis vel Ophir
Phillipps MS 10858
Responsibility: autore Ludovico Tribaldo Toleto rhetore olim omplutenii postea verò regio primarioque verum, indicarum historico :

Abstract:

Concerns the biblical place and people of Ophir, which the author locates in Spain. He also mentions the scholars Arias Montanus, Leon Pinelo, Fracastoro and Columbus who identify Ophir as being in America (Haiti, Mexico and Peru) (ff. 13r, 31r).

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