Author:Edward Pococke

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Edward Pococke
English Orientalist and biblical scholar
Edward Pococke


  • Specimen historiae arabum (1649), a short account of the origin and manners of the Arabs, taken from Bar-Hebraeus
  • Porta Mosis (1655), extracts from the Arabic commentary of Maimonides on the Mishnah, with translation and notes
  • Translation of Eutychius ' Annals in Arabic and Latin (1656)
  • An Arabic translation of Hugo Grotius ' De veritate (1660)
  • Arabic history of Bar-Hebraeus (Greg. Abulfaragii historia compendiosa dynastiarum) (1663)
  • Lexicon heptaglotton (1669)
  • English commentaries on the Bible books of Micah (1677), Malachi (1677), Hosea (1685) and Joel (1691)
  • "Life of Mohammed, Part III" by Al-Ghazali, translated by Edward Pocock from History of the Saracens

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