Theraphim Simulacra Iuxta Hebraeos
The antique print titled “Theraphim Simulacra Iuxta Hebraeos” comes from “The Historical, Critical, Chronological, and Geographical Dictionary of the Holy Bible,” a multi-volume work written by Dom Antoine Augustin Calmet (1672-1757), a French Benedictine monk and scholar.
A highly detailed copperplate depicts a scene from Hebrew history, showing teraphim figurines, as they were understood and used by the ancient Hebrews.
Dimensions: 32 x 21cm; 12.5 x 8,2 inches (approx)
From: “The Historical, Critical, Chronological, and Geographical Dictionary of the Holy Bible”
Author: Dom Antoine Augustin Calmet
Condition: In excellent condition. Perfect for framing.
For other details and the item’s condition see the scans. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us. More photos are available on demand.
This is an original antique print. We don’t sell reproductions.
The item will be shipped in a cardboard tube.