London: Printed by William Iaggard, dwelling in Barbican. 1616. 2nd edition (Lowndes 2946; STC 25787). , 872 pp. Head- & tailpieces. Decorative capital initials. 4to, in 8s. 8-3/4" x 6-3/4". Modern full calf binding, cambridge-style. Maroon leather title label to spine. New eps. Binding - Fine. Text - VG (t.p. floated, with some edge restoration). Item #26854
Wilson a well-known divine of the 16th & early 17th C. He authored many theological works, though this monumental effort of his, which initially appeared in 1612, "was the first attempt in English towards a dictionary of the Bible." [per Lowndes]. Further, the DNB notes, "It's usefulness was soon recognized, and it ran through many editions."
Despite it's popularity centuries ago, the title now somewhat scarce - APBC shows the last copy at auction was 1990, a 5th edition from 1648, & OCLC records but 4 holdings of this early 1616 edition.