Author:Jacob Bryant

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Jacob Bryant
(1715–1804)
Antiquary
Jacob Bryant

Works[edit]

  • Observations and inquiries relating to various parts of ancient history (1767)
  • A New System, or an Analysis, of Ancient Mythology, wherein an attempt is made to divest Tradition of Fable, and to reduce Truth to its original Purity (1774–76), in 2 vols.
  • A Vindication of the Apamsean Medal, and of the Inscription Nωη, (1775)
  • A Farther Illustration of the Analysis ... (1778)
  • An address to Dr. Priestly upon his Doctrine of philosophical necessity illustrated (1780)
  • Observations on the Poems of Thomas Rowley in which the Authenticity of those Poems is ascertained (1781), in 2 vols.
  • Vindiciæ Flavianæ: a Vindication of the Testimony of Josephus concerning Jesus Christ (1777)
  • Treatise upon the Authenticity of the Scriptures, and the Truth of the Christian Religion (1791)
  • Observations on a controverted passage in Justyn Martyr; also upon the 'Worship of Angels (1793)
  • Observations upon the Plagues inflicted upon the Egyptians, with maps (1794)
  • Observations on a Treatise, entitled Description of the Plain of Troy, by Mr de Chevalier (1795)
  • A Dissertation concerning the War of Troy, and the Expedition of the Grecians, as described by Homer, with the view of showing that no such expedition was ever undertaken, and that no such city as Phrygia existed (1796)
  • The Sentiments of Philo-Judæus concerning the Logos or Word of God (1797)
  • An Expostulation addressed to the British Critic (1799)
  • Observations upon some Passages in Scripture (relating to Balaam, Joshua, Samson, and Jonah) (1803)

As editor[edit]

  • An Essay on the Original Genius and Writings of Homer, with a Comparative View of the Troade (1775) by Robert Wood

Works about Bryant[edit]


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