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TextEEBO-TCP (Phase 2)Troposchēmalogia: Tropes and figures; or, A treatise of the metaphors, allegories, and express similitudes, &c. contained in the Bible of the Old and New Testament To which is prefixed, divers arguments to prove the divine authority of the Holy Scriptures wherein also 'tis largely evinced, that by the great whore, mystery Babylon is meant the Papal hierarchy, or present state and church of Rome. Philologia sacra, the second part. Wherein the schemes, or figures in Scripture, are reduced under their proper heads, with a brief explication of each. Together with a treatise of types, parables, &c. with an improvement of them parallel-wise. By B. KDate of publication:
1682Description:A continuation of: De Laune, Thomas and Keach, Benjamin. Tropologia. "The epistle to the reader" signed: Benj. Keach. First word of title is in Greek characters. The words "Mystery Babylon" are enclosed in square brackets ...This item contains 4 files (6 MB).Publicly Available