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2017-11-04 13:50:03
Burgos,Siloe, Frankreich, Bourges (?), 1470-75 und 1485-89. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Ms. lat. 920. 700 Seiten (350 Folios). Format: 24,3 x 17,2 cm, 1.234 Miniaturen, davon 157 ganzseitige Illustrationen. Sprache: Latein. Limitierte Auflage: 898 Exemplare. Deutscher Kommentar: Prof. Dr. Eberhard König.Das anspruchsvollste Werk aus dem Atelier des Jean Colombe: 1.234 Miniaturen auf 700 Seiten, eine phantastische Bildersammlung biblischer Inhalte von der Genesis bis zur Geschichte des Daniel, im Auftrag eines herausragenden Bibliophilen und Angehörigen eines der ältesten Adelsgeschlechter Frankreichs, Louis de Laval. Weiterlesen im Katalog S. 6/7. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Bibliotheca Rara GmbH
2017-10-28 15:41:52
Thomas de Aquino:
Rom, Konrad Sweynheym und Arnold Pannartz, 7. Dezember 1470. Type 2. Einspaltiges 46-zeiligen O-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei blauen Lombarden, rotunterstrichenen Textstellen und rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Druck auf festem und klanghellem Papier, Blatt gering gebräunt. Blattgröße: 23 x 33 cm. - - - Konrad Sweynheym, der vermutlich aus Schwanheim bei Frankfurt stammte und Arnold Pannartz, ein Kleriker aus der Erzdiözese Köln, haben den Buchdruck in der Fust-Schöfferschen-Offizin in Mainz erlernt. Sie sind die Erstdrucker in Italien, wo sie 1465 erstmals in Subiaco bei Rom die Opera des Lactantius (Hain 9806) druckten. 1467 zogen sie nach Rom und richteten sich ihre Buchdruckerei in einem Haus der Brüder Petrus und Franciscus de Maximis in der Nähe des Campo del Fiore ein. Ihr erster Druck in Rom "Cicero Epistolae ad familiares" erschien noch im gleichen Jahr. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-10-16 11:35:08
illuminated Manuscript]
Bookseller: Manhattan Rare Book Company, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-09-29 14:34:32
Thomas de Aquino:
Rom Konrad Sweynheym und Arnold Pannartz 7 Dezember Type 2 1470 - Einspaltiges 46-zeiligen O-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei blauen Lombarden, rotunterstrichenen Textstellen und rotgestrichenen Versalbuchstaben. Druck auf festem und klanghellem Papier, Blatt gering gebräunt. Blattgröße: 23 x 33 cm. - - - Konrad Sweynheym, der vermutlich aus Schwanheim bei Frankfurt stammte und Arnold Pannartz, ein Kleriker aus der Erzdiözese Köln, haben den Buchdruck in der Fust-Schöfferschen-Offizin in Mainz erlernt. Sie sind die Erstdrucker in Italien, wo sie 1465 erstmals in Subiaco bei Rom die Opera des Lactantius (Hain 9806) druckten. 1467 zogen sie nach Rom und richteten sich ihre Buchdruckerei in einem Haus der Brüder Petrus und Franciscus de Maximis in der Nähe des Campo del Fiore ein. Ihr erster Druck in Rom "Cicero Epistolae ad familiares" erschien noch im gleichen Jahr.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-09-20 21:31:54
CLOQUET, Jules Germain.
WorldCat (2 copies); cf. Heirs of Hippocrates, 1470; Norman Library 490; Twyman, Lithography 1800-1850, pp. 50-56. The complete plates-volumes of the first anatomical atlas to be illustrated by lithography, by the professor of clinical surgery Jules Germain Cloquet (1790-1883), here in a very rare Brussels edition, not recorded in the standard literature. Cloquet, who reformed education through the use of pictorial aids, conceived the project together with A. Béchard (who subsequently withdrew): a huge anatomical atlas with more than half of the illustrations newly drawn for the publication, mostly by Cloquet and his sister Lise, and the rest copied from the best earlier ones. The Anatomie de l'homme is believed to have been first published in 51 parts, but is usually found in 5 volumes published from 1821 to 1831, with the plates printed in Paris by Charles-Philibert de Lasteyrie, Godefroy Engelmann and Léon Brégeaut and/or Auguste Belin. Each volume covers a different aspect of human anatomy. The volumes I-IV of this edition appeared shortly after the Paris volumes III & IV were published in 1828, and the fifth volume after soon after the Paris edition appeared in 1831. Most of the plates in this Brussels edition name the artists who transferred the drawings to the stones and the lithographic offices that printed them, but none match those of the Paris edition. So they were all or mostly printed from a new set of lithographic stones. The edges of some plates have been folded, some plates are slightly foxed, but overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-08-26 11:11:01
Various / Unstated,
, , 1470, First Edition. Hardcover, / Book of Devotions: FLEMISH 15 TH CENTURY. (circa 1470-1500) .Manuscript on paper, 252 ll., 19 lines to the page, written in red and black in a clear gothic hand, 5 large initials in colours with marginal decorations, numerous other smaller initials in red, blue and green, some with floral decorations in the margin, contemporary stamped calf over wooden boards, brass catches (no clasps), Ancient spine repair. (140 mm by 102 mm).Email us for further photos of binding and contents. Quantity Available: 1. Inventory No: 12420.
Bookseller: Bygone Books [UK]
2017-08-01 08:05:36
Günzburg, Johann Eberlin von
Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 6 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 18 x 13,5 cm. VD 16 E 123 BNH Cat E 14 Kuczynski 623. - Günzburg (* um 1470 in Kleinkötz bei Günzburg, + Oktober 1533 in Leutershausen bei Ansbach) war ein reformatorischer deutscher Theologe und sozialer Reformer in Franken. Zwei Textausgaben sind laut VD16 bekannt, welche sich aber inhaltlich geringfügig unterscheiden. - Minimal fleckig.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-06-27 22:18:17
Stattmann, T. Adolf / Berg, Carl vom (Bearb.)
Auf Grund des "Stammbaum der Henkel 1470-1912 Manuskkript von T. Adolf Stattmann, Stuttgart 1912". Inhalt: Erklärung des Familiennamens. Die Herkunft des Geschlechts. Das Wappen der Familie Henkel. Rechtliche Zustände im Breidenbacher Grund bis zu Anfang des 19. Jhs. Ortsgeschichte von Wallau. Nachrichten über die einzelnen Generationen. Direkte Stammreihe der Vorfahren von Fritz Karl Henkel. Nachrichten über weitere Namensträger deren Verwandtschaft vorläufig nicht festzustellen ist. Personen-und Orstregister. Kunstbeilage Stammgut der Familie Henkel "Auf dem Hof" nach dem Brande von 1883 und Partie aus Wallau mit Kirche. Wappen der Familie Henekel. Wallau. Moneshaus in Wallau. Stammbaum der Familie Henkel. Stammtafel der Hauptlinie der Familie Henkel. 125 S. Fraktur. Pergament-Einband, Rückentitel und Vorderdeckel-Dekoration goldgeprägt, Büttenpapier, Kopfschnitt vergoldet, Stammtafel ausklappbar. s/w-Abbildungen in Tiefdruck. Einband und Rücken gering angeschmutzt, Schnitt sauber, Seiten sehr gering angebräunt, äußerst selten sehr leicht angeschmutzt, Gesamtzustand gut. Auf Titelblatt handschr. Widmung und Signatur "Meiner lieben Nichte Clara Maler, Tochter meiner lieben Schwester Emma Maler geb. Henkel - Weihnachten 1924". (Friedrich Karl Henkel, 1848-1930, deutscher Unternehmer, Gründer des Henkel-Konzerns, Hugo Henkel, 1881-1952, Chemiker und Industrieller, Erfinder von "Persil") ca. 1500 gr.
Bookseller: Verlag IL
2017-06-26 07:02:19
Irmgard Niestroj
Hippokrates MVS Medizinverlage. Immer mehr Ärzte interessieren sich für die Orthomolekulare Medizin als eine nebenwirkungsarme Behandlungsmöglichkeit zur Prävention und Therapie von Zivilisationskrankheiten. Was bisher fehlte, war eine wirklich fundierte, indikationsbezogene Anleitung für die Anwendung von Vitaminen, Mineralstoffen, Spurenelementen sowie essentiellen Amino- und Fettsäuren in der ärztlichen Praxis. Diese Lücke schließt dieser anwendungsorientierte Leitfaden. Er informiert umfassend über die Orthomolekulare Medizin bei einer Vielzahl von Indikationen. Die physiologischen Zusammenhänge werden erklärt und wichtige Erkenntnisse aus klinischen Studien erläutert. Die Wirkungsweise und Präsenz der einzelnen Mikronährstoffe im Körper sowie ihre Wechselwirkungen untereinander werden beschrieben.v Dieser Band informiert umfassend über die Orthomolekulare Medizin bei einer Vielzahl von Indikationen. Die physiologischen Zusammenhänge werden erklärt und wichtige Erkenntnisse aus klinischen Studien erläutert. Die Wirkungsweise und Präsenz der einzelnen Mikronährstoffe im Körper sowie ihre Wechselwirkungen untereinander werden beschrieben. Praxis der Orthomolekularen Medizin Physiologische Grundlagen Therapie mit Mikro-Nährstoffen Reihe/Serie Anwenden & auswählen Zusatzinfo 14 Abb., 32 Tab. Sprache deutsch Maße 170 x 240 mm Einbandart kartoniert Medizin Pharmazie Naturheilkunde Ernährungstherapie Alternativmedizin Ganzheitsmedizin Mikro-Nährstoffe Orthomolekulare Medizin Orthomolekularmedizin ISBN-10 3-7773-1470-6 / 3777314706 ISBN-13 978-3-7773-1470-9 / 9783777314709
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
2017-06-23 20:55:40
MAGNI, Jacobus
219 leaves (the last two blank). 35 lines, spaces for initials with guide letters in red & occasionally in blue. Roman type. Small folio (280 x 205 mm.), cont. blindstamped calf over wooden boards (minor wear) by the Fraterherren from Hildesheim, two orig. clasps & catches. [Strasbourg: the "R-printer" (Adolf Rusch), about 1470-74]. First edition, and a fine copy in a contemporary binding, of a book which is now rare on the market. Jacobus Magni (or Jacques Legrand)(ca. 1365-1415), was a French Augustinian who flourished in Paris at the beginning of the 15th century. The Sophologium is an anthology of science and philosophy taken from ancient writers. This text enjoyed considerable popularity with thirteen editions in the 15th century. This handsome book was printed by Adolf Rusch, the "R-printer," the son-in-law of Strasbourg's first printer Johann Mentelin. Rusch first introduced Roman types into Germany. For a long time he remained unidentified and was referred to as the "R-printer" from the peculiar form of that majuscule in his roman font. A handsome and large copy. Occasional minor browning. 18th-century ownership inscription on first leaf. ❧ B.M.C., I, p. 61. Goff M-38. GKW M17664. Klebs 595.2.
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
2017-06-23 10:19:51
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
Two fine & large illuminated initials (both a little cropped at head); chapter headings in red, blue, or green; & paragraph headings in red. Gothic type, two columns, 50 lines. 287 (of 288 leaves, without the initial blank). Two parts in one vol. Folio (371 x 275 mm.), 18th-cent. red morocco (the first two leaves mounted on stubs at time of binding in the 18th century), triple gilt fillet round sides, spine richly gilt, arms in gilt of Carl Philip Theodore, Duke of Bavaria (see below), on covers, a.e.g. Augsburg: Johann Schüssler, 28 June & 23 August 1470. First edition, and a magnificent copy from the library of Carl Philip Theodor (1724-99), Prince-Elector, Count Palatine, and Duke of Bavaria. This is the first dated book printed by Augsburg's second printer, Schüssler, who took over the types of Zainer. The Greek editio princeps of Josephus was published by Froben and Episcopius only in 1544, with facing Latin translation. The Jewish historian Flavius Josephus (ca. 37-ca. 100 A.D.), "visited Rome in early adulthood, returning to Jerusalem in 66 on the eve of the Jewish Revolt against Roman domination. He tried to persuade the nationalist leaders that war with Rome could lead only to disaster, but without success. When the revolt broke out in the same year, Josephus was given command of Galilee by the Sanhedrin. He survived the siege of Jotapata and was captured; his life was spared when he prophesied to the Roman commander Vespasian that he would become emperor, but he was kept in captivity until his prediction was fulfilled in 69. After the fall of Jerusalem in 70 he di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
2017-05-20 17:09:19
Thomas von Aquin (Aquinus; Tommaso d\'Aquino; Thomae Aquinatis).
[Basel, Berthold Ruppel, um 1470]. Fol. Durchg. mit zahlr. eingemalten roten Initialen. 331 nn. Bll. (Got. Typ., 2 Kol., 50 Zeilen). Gotischer blindgepr. Ldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln m. 9 (von 10) Deckelbeschlägen. Sehr frühe und seltene Ausgabe dieses Teils der „Summa“ des Thomas von Aquin aus der Offizin des aus Hanau stammenden Basler Erstdruckers. „Berthold Ruppel war einer der ältesten Gesellen Gutenbergs und stand auf der Seite des Erfinders, als es zum großen Streit zwischen ihm und Fust kam“ (Geldner I, 111). - Einband berieben, bestoßen u. mit Wurmspuren. Rücken alt mit blindgepr. Leder überzogen u. mit altem Nummernschild. Vorderdeckel m. späteren Bibl.-Nummernschildchen. Schließen fehlen. Ein Bl. m. längerem Einriß u. zwei hinterlegten Stellen (ohne Textverlust). Tlw. etw. feuchtigkeitsrandig, gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Randläsuren, insgesamt jedoch schönes, vollständiges u. breitrandiges Exemplar. - GW M46480; Hain 1456; Kaufmann/Nabholz 134; Pell 1047; BSB-Ink T-289; Proctor 7450; BMC III, 715; Ohly-Sack 2764; ISTC it00214000; Günther 387; IGI 9592; Panzer I, 194, 278; Heckethorn 3, 4; nicht bei Oates u. Polain. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Tommaso d\'Aquino, Thomas von Aquin, Thomas de Aquino, Summa theologiae, Basel, Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-05-20 11:26:53
Various / Unstated
1470, Hardcover, First Edition. Book of Devotions: FLEMISH 15 TH CENTURY. (circa 1470-1500) . Manuscript on paper, 252 ll., 19 lines to the page, written in red and black in a clear gothic hand, 5 large initials in colours with marginal decorations, numerous other smaller initials in red, blue and green, some with floral decorations in the margin, contemporary stamped calf over wooden boards, brass catches (no clasps), Ancient spine repair. (140 mm by 102 mm). Email us for further photos of binding and contents. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 12420.
Bookseller: Bygone Books [United Kingdom]
2017-05-12 17:23:29
BOOK OF HOURS
LUSH PROGRAM OF ILLUMINATION IN THIS BOOK OF HOURS EXECUTED BY THE NOTABLE PARISIAN WORKSHOP OF MASTER FRANÇOIS. Illuminated manuscript on parchment. France, Paris, c. 1470-1480. Dimensions 163 x 108 mm. 294 folios on parchment, ruled in red ink with full-length horizontal and vertical bounding lines (justification 82 x 52 mm.), written in dark brown ink in a gothic bookhand on fourteen long lines, ONE AND TWO-LINE INITALS painted in gold on grounds of red, brown, or blue with gold tracery, THREE LINE INITALS on burnished gold grounds, in blue with white tracery and infill of blue and pink ivy leaves or of flowers, partial borders of blue and gold acanthus, small blue, red, or pink flowers, and red fruits extend along the outer edge of the text on some 230 pages, full borders of the same kind accompany EIGHTEEN LARGE ARCH-TOPPED MINIATURES, ONE SMALLER MINIATURE (42 x 45 mm.) BINDING: Bound in seventeenth-century red morocco, gilt-tooled on the boards, spine, and interior in the style of a Du Seuil binding, spine with five raised bands, marbled pastedowns. TEXT: Many personal touches, accretions added to text and illustration over at least a century, qualify it as a rich document. Within a half-century of its production, a later owner added French rubrics, prayers, a motto (and anagram), and altered the Annunciation to include a picture of himself and his wife. ILLUSTRATION: The iconography of this illustrative program, while in many respects traditional, features some unusual scenes. Balthazar's prominence and blackness in the Adoration of the Magi is an unusual touch, as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Enluminures
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2017-05-11 18:07:19
various
London: Folio Society. Limited Edition . Cloth bound clam shell box. Very Good/No Jackets. Atlas Folio - over 23 - 25" tall. This Folio Society production consists of two printed contents lists and twelve original single leaves from early books printed in Europe ranging from a 1470 edition of St Augustine's "De Civitate Dei" through a leaf from "the Nuremberg Chronicle" (1493) with a contemporary marginal note and a further three 16th century publications, two 17th century books and five 18th century productions. Each leaf is mounted on thick card and can be turned over to view both sides. Published in an edition of 100 copies, only, this production allows you to view nearly 550 years of printing history. Very good condition in original blue cloth covered clam shell box which is a little rubbed and with a leather gilt titled label on spine . Please note that this is a very large publication 50 X 38cm and may attract additional shipping charges if sent outside the UK. Kindly contact me to confirm shipping charges before ordering, should this apply. A collection of 12 original leaves from European books covering the period 1470 - 1794, individually mounted.
Bookseller: Chris Phillips [Chippenham, United Kingdom]
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2017-05-10 19:04:15
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1470. London: Folio Society. Limited Edition . Cloth bound clam shell box. Very Good/No Jackets. Atlas Folio - over 23 - 25" tall. This Folio Society production consists of two printed contents lists and twelve original single leaves from early books printed in Europe ranging from a 1470 edition of St Augustine's "De Civitate Dei" through a leaf from "the Nuremberg Chronicle" (1493) with a contemporary marginal note and a further three 16th century publications, two 17th century books and five 18th century productions. Each leaf is mounted on thick card and can be turned over to view both sides. Published in an edition of 100 copies, only, this production allows you to view nearly 550 years of printing history. Very good condition in original blue cloth covered clam shell box which is a little rubbed and with a leather gilt titled label on spine . Please note that this is a very large publication 50 X 38cm and may attract additional shipping charges if sent outside the UK. Kindly contact me to confirm shipping charges before ordering, should this apply. A collection of 12 original leaves from European books covering the period 1470 - 1794, individually mounted.
Bookseller: Chris Phillips [Chippenham, United Kingdom]
2017-04-30 11:46:27
Heinrich E Weber (Autor)
Wenner, H Th, 1470. Behandelt die Farn- und Blütenpflanzen des südwestlichen Niedersachsens einschließlich des Emslandes sowie der an das Gebiet grenzenden Teile Westfalens. Die ehemaligen und heutigen Vorkommen aller wildwachsenden und ackerbaulich oder forstwirtschaftlich genutzten Gefäßpflanzen in diesem Raum sind mit detaillierten Fundortsangaben behandelt. Die Flora enthält außerdem ausführliche Bestimmungsschlüssel für etwa 1470 Arten und Hybriden. Insgesamt sind über 2000 Sippen berücksichtigt. Damit umfaßt dieses Buch so gut wie vollständig auch das Arteninventar eines weit über die im Titel genannte Region hinausgehenden Raumes und ist wegen seiner Merkmalsangaben, besonders für bestimmungskritische Sippen, auch für andere Gebiete von Interesse. Bei den neu konzipierten Bestimmungsschlüsseln wurde besonderer Wert auf leicht erkennbare Merkmale, vor allem auch auf solche außerhalb des Blütenbereichs, gelegt, wobei bestimmungsrelevante Detailzeichnungen die sichere Identifizierung erleichtern. Bei jeder Art sind außer morphologischen Merkmalen unter anderem auch ihre standörtlichen Bindungen beschrieben, außerdem ist jeweils ihre syntaxonomische Stellung im einleitend aufgelisteten System der nordwestdeutschen Pflanzengesellschaften angegeben, so daß das Buch auch für Biotopbeurteilungen und -kartierungen eine Hilfe bietet. Das Buch wendet sich sowohl an interessierte Laien, denen hier ein möglichst einfacher Zugang zur Pflanzenwelt erschlossen werden soll, wie auch an fortgeschrittene Pflanzenkenner, denen neue Bestimmungsmerkmale und zahlreiche Daten zur
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
2017-04-22 17:23:24
Irmgard Niestroj
Immer mehr Ärzte interessieren sich für die Orthomolekulare Medizin als eine nebenwirkungsarme Behandlungsmöglichkeit zur Prävention und Therapie von Zivilisationskrankheiten. Was bisher fehlte, war eine wirklich fundierte, indikationsbezogene Anleitung für die Anwendung von Vitaminen, Mineralstoffen, Spurenelementen sowie essentiellen Amino- und Fettsäuren in der ärztlichen Praxis. Diese Lücke schließt dieser anwendungsorientierte Leitfaden. Er informiert umfassend über die Orthomolekulare Medizin bei einer Vielzahl von Indikationen. Die physiologischen Zusammenhänge werden erklärt und wichtige Erkenntnisse aus klinischen Studien erläutert. Die Wirkungsweise und Präsenz der einzelnen Mikronährstoffe im Körper sowie ihre Wechselwirkungen untereinander werden beschrieben.v Dieser Band informiert umfassend über die Orthomolekulare Medizin bei einer Vielzahl von Indikationen. Die physiologischen Zusammenhänge werden erklärt und wichtige Erkenntnisse aus klinischen Studien erläutert. Die Wirkungsweise und Präsenz der einzelnen Mikronährstoffe im Körper sowie ihre Wechselwirkungen untereinander werden beschrieben. Praxis der Orthomolekularen Medizin Physiologische Grundlagen Therapie mit Mikro-Nährstoffen Reihe/Serie Anwenden & auswählen Zusatzinfo 14 Abb., 32 Tab. Sprache deutsch Maße 170 x 240 mm Einbandart kartoniert Medizin Pharmazie Naturheilkunde ErnährungstherapieAlternativmedizin Ganzheitsmedizin Mikro-Nährstoffe Orthomolekulare Medizin Orthomolekularmedizin ISBN-10 3-7773-1470-6 / 3777314706 ISBN-13 978-3-7773-1470-9 / 9783777314709
Bookseller: Buchservice Lars Lutzer
2017-04-22 16:25:27
Maria Giovanna Battista di Savoia (Parigi 1644 - Torino 1724)
1470. Documento ms. dat. Torino li vinti otto marzo mille seicento ottanta con firma autografa della Duchessa di Sardegna, in quanto consorte di Carlo Emanuele II, figlia di carlo Amedeo di Savoia Duca di Nemours e di Elisabetta di Borbone, relativo ala delibera di alcuni procedimenti amministrativi. "Al molto Mag. Cons.re di Stato e Presidente nel Senato di Piemonte il Conte Leone qual in questa parte specialmente Deleghiamo salute. Vedute nell'udienze nostre l'alligata supplica e suo tenor.". Una pagina in-Folio, controfirmata da funzionari. Sigillo in cera sotto carta all'armi sabaude. 1470kF
Bookseller: Lim Antiqua [Lucca, Italy]
2017-04-21 21:02:23
PAULUS DE SANCTA MARIA, [Paul de Burgos]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2017-03-03 15:22:29
GALLENSIS, Johannes (JOHN OF WALES)....
Cologne: Ulrich Zell, 1470. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Cologne: Ulrich Zell, c. 1470. 4to (210 x 145 mm). 262 unnumbered and unsigned leaves (complete). Collation: [a-z8 A-I8 K6]. Gothic Type in 27 lines. Red-painted lombards. Contemporary South German calf binding over wooden boards with fine single stamps (flower pot, two-headed eagle, krowned Maria initials) and fine embossed brass fittings. Spine and endpapers renewed, movable parts of the clasps removed. Outer margins partly with minor browning or spotting, few small damages in blank margins backed with paper. Provenance: First leaf with 17th century inscription of the Carmelits Santa Barbara at Würzburg; Bookplate Victor von Stedingk. Beautiful and well-preserved copy on strong and wide-margined paper. ----FIRST EDITION AND OF GREATEST RARITY. Only one copy is recorded at auction in the past 50 years. The first printed book mentioning chess, comparing man's life with a chess play (Mundus iste totus quoddam scaccarium est). The more famous book on chess by William Caxton was printed some years later, in 1476. (Ehn/Kastner). The dating of the editio princeps is difficult as no such details are printed in the colophon. The dating by Historians range from 1466 to 1472 (see V. Scholderer and Voulliéme).John of Wales was a Franciscan theologian who wrote several well-received Latin works, primarily preaching aids, in Oxford and Paris in the late-thirteenth century. Through his communiloquium without systematic claim, John of Wales aims to provide preachers of his time material for moral edification, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books
2017-02-23 11:50:37
OXLEY, John.
Ferguson 835; Saalmink, p. 1470; cf. Wantrup, pp. 180-184; not in Tiele, Bibl.; for the author: Dunlop, "Oxley, John Joseph William Molesworth (1784-1828)", in: ADB (online ed.). First Dutch edition of "the foundation work in the field of Australian inland exploration and the first detailed description of the interior of New South Wales" (Wantrup). It details Oxley's two important expeditions into the inlands of New South Wales, then as little known as the mountains of the moon. John Oxley (1784?-1828) had been Surveyor General in New South Wales since 1811. In March 1817 he was selected to lead an expedition to trace the Lachlan River and to determine whether it entered into sea or into an inland lake; the results were rather disappointing. Tracing the river into impassable marshes, Oxley was compelled to return, arriving back at Bathurt on 29 August 1817. In May 1818 he was sent on a second expedition to investigate the Macquarie River. He discovered Castlereagh River, Liverpool Plains, the Peel River and Hastings River. With bookplate on pastedown. Some browning, the plates with a faint waterstain in upper margin, but otherwise in good condition. The binding scuffed with a small piece of leather near the front hinge gone.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-02-08 18:35:40
VERGILIUS, Polydorus.
Titelbl., 27 nn. Bll. (Vorwort d. Autors, Indices), 615 S., mit e. Druckermarke am Titelblatt, sow. schönen größeren u. kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Schweinslederband d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln, Rücken mit Farbe überstrichen u. v. alter Hand beschriftet, mit reicher Blindprägung von Rollen- u. Plattenstempeln sow. Streicheisenlinien auf d. Einbanddeckeln, mit Metallschließen, Einband stärker gebräunt, bestoßen, Lederüberzug teilweise geringfügig abgelöst, Rücken an d. Kapitalen schadhaft, mit einzelnen Wurmlöchern, Bindung gelockert, Schnitt etwas tintenfleckig, Lederbänder der Schließen u. vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt fehlen. Titelblatt und Anfangsseiten etw. fingerfleckig u. an d. Unterkante im Falz wasserrandig. Mit zahlreichen alten Anmerkungen in verschiedenen Schriften, e. kleinen Eignerstempel am Titelblatt (P. Kirch) u. e. Beschriftung v. alter Hand am Schnitt. VD16 V752. Adams II, Vgl. Zedler 47,712f. BMC German Books 889 humanistische Enzyklopädie des italienischen Humanisten Vergilius (auch Vergilio oder Virgilius um 1470-1555), in der die Ursprünge d. menschlichen Künste, Wissenschaften, Religionen u. Gesellschaftsformen behandelt werden. Dieses "Lexikon der Erfindungen", dessen erste Version bereits 1499 erschien, erlebte bis zum Beginn des 18. Jh., in insgesamt mehr als 100 Ausgaben, eine enorme Verbreitung in ganz Europa. Zahlreiche Übersetzungen in die wichtigsten europäischen Sprachen bekunden, dass das Werk nicht nur von Wissenschaftlern gelesen wurde. Noch heute stellt das Werk eine gesuchte Quelle bei der Forschung nach den Ursprüngen des kulturellen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2017-01-25 23:18:32
A BEAUTIFUL VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM A BOOK OF HOURS IN DUTCH, BY THE MASTERS OF THE DELFT HALF-LENGTH FIGURES
Delft, ca. 1470. 175 x 125 mm. (6 7/8 x 4 7/8"). Single column, 21 lines of text in a fine gothic book hand. Rubrics in red, recto with two two-line initials in red or blue, verso with one one-line initial in blue and one three-line penwork initial in blue and red, this with delicate penwork elaboration and extensions forming a three-quarter border, THE OUTER BORDER CONTAINING THE HALF-LENGTH FIGURE OF AN ANGEL with red and green wings, a banner bearing a Dutch motto extending upward from his hands. A little faint bleeding from red ink, but IN VERY FINE CONDITION, the vellum smooth and bright, the decoration well preserved, and the margins remarkably broad. This is a leaf from a workshop known as the Masters of the Delft Half-Length Figures (fl. 1450-80), the name deriving from images showing only the upper body of heavenly beings that often appear in the margin of their Books of Hours, like the angel on our leaf. The delicate penwork borders, resembling fine lace, are also typical of the Delft style. The level of artistry and the degree of charm exhibited here make this at once one of the most accomplished and delightful leaves in our present inventory. This is a leaf from a workshop known as the Masters of the Delft Half-Length Figures (fl. 1450-80), the name deriving from images showing only the upper body of heavenly beings that often appear in the margin of their Books of Hours, like the angel on our leaf. The delicate penwork borders, resembling fine lace, are also typical of the Delft style. The level of artistry and the degree of charm exhibited here make this at on … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-12-15 06:37:09
Segneri, Paulus
6 Bll., 670 Seiten Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden auf Holzdeckel mit Jesus-Supralibro und reichen Rollen- und Blindstempeln sowie Messingschließen (minimal berieben).De Bakker / Sommervogel VI., 1470. - Paolo Segneri (1624 - 1694) war ein italienischer Jesuit und Missionar.Ungewöhnlich frisches Exemplar in sehr dekorativem Einband. u- Versand Dienstags und Freitags
Bookseller: Treptower Buecherkabinett
2016-12-13 14:27:35
VERGILIUS, Polydorus.
Titelbl., 27 nn. Bll. (Vorwort d. Autors, Indices), 615 S., mit e. Druckermarke am Titelblatt, sow. schönen größeren u. kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Schweinslederband d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln, Rücken mit Farbe überstrichen u. v. alter Hand beschriftet, mit reicher Blindprägung von Rollen- u. Plattenstempeln sow. Streicheisenlinien auf d. Einbanddeckeln, mit Metallschließen, Einband stärker gebräunt, bestoßen, Lederüberzug teilweise geringfügig abgelöst, Rücken an d. Kapitalen schadhaft, mit einzelnen Wurmlöchern, Bindung gelockert, Schnitt etwas tintenfleckig, Lederbänder der Schließen u. vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt fehlen. Titelblatt und Anfangsseiten etw. fingerfleckig u. an d. Unterkante im Falz wasserrandig. Mit zahlreichen alten Anmerkungen in verschiedenen Schriften, e. kleinen Eigentumsstempel am Titelblatt (P. Kirch) u. e. Beschriftung v. alter Hand am Schnitt. VD16 V752. Adams II, Vgl. Zedler 47,712f. BMC German Books 889 humanistische Enzyklopädie d. V. (auch Vergilio ca. 1470-1555), in der die Ursprünge d. menschlichen Künste, Wissenschaften, Religionen u. Gesellschaftsformen behandelt werden. Dieses "Lexikon der Erfindungen", dessen erste Version bereits 1499 erschien, erlebte bis zum Beginn des 18. Jh., in insgesamt mehr als 100 Ausgaben, eine enorme Verbreitung in ganz Europa. Zahlreiche Übersetzungen in die wichtigsten europäischen Sprachen bekunden, dass das Werk nicht nur von Wissenschaftlern gelesen wurde. Noch heute stellt das Werk eine gesuchte Quelle bei der Forschung nach den Ursprüngen des kulturellen Wissens dar, u.a. enthält es die bekannt gew … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker
2016-12-12 12:20:47
1 gestochenes Titelblatt, CXCII, 462 (von 508) Seiten, gezählt 1 - 478 (die Paginierung 193* - 208* und 465* - 478* zusätzlich, doch ohne die Seiten 105 - 124 und 157 - 172), 76 Seiten Inseratenanhang (IV), 524 Seiten (gezählt 479 - 1002) (IV), 468 Seiten (gezählt 1003 - 1470). Supplement: XXVIII, 62 Seiten (gezählt 1471 - 1532), LIV, 211 (1), 76 Seiten, 4 Blätter Inseratenanhang. Jeder Band mit zahlreichen Abbildungen im Text und auf zahlreichen Tafeln und zusammen 1 mehrfach gefaltete Karte, 1 doppelseitige Farblithographie mit zwei Ansichten, 5 farblithographische Tafeln, zwei mehrfach gefaltete Tafeln, 2 mehrfach gefaltete Pläne der Ausstellung, 1 doppelseitige farblithographische Tafel. 27 x 19 cm, blaue Original-Leinenbände mit goldgeprägten Deckel- und Rückentiteln sowie Einbandillustrationen, dreiseitiger Goldschnitt. "Die Great Exhibition (deutsch Londoner Industrieausstellung 1851) war die erste Weltausstellung, die vom 1. Mai bis 11. Oktober 1851 im Hyde Park in London stattfand. Die Ausstellungsfläche betrug 10,5 Hektar. Die offizielle Schlussfeier fand am 15. Oktober statt. 28 Länder mit insgesamt 17.062 Ausstellern nahmen an der Ausstellung teil. Aufgrund der hohen internationalen Beteiligung wurde die Ausstellung auch bald als Worlds Fair bezeichnet. Auf dieser ersten Weltausstellung wurden industrielle Güter und handwerkliche Produkte aller Art, Maschinen und Produktionsmethoden aber auch Bodenschätze und bildende Kunst gezeigt. Als Neuheiten wurden u.a. der Telegraf und der erste Plastikstuhl aus vulkanisiertem Kautschuk vorgestellt. . . . Das Wahrzeiche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthias Severin Antiquariat Am Bayerischen Platz
2016-12-09 22:34:05
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
1470. Translated by Franciscus Griffolinus (Aretinus). 279 leaves (of 280, without initial blank). 33 lines, Roman letter, 5-line initial "C" on [b]6r in gold with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, & green ground, [b]7v with a 7-line gold initial "Q" with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, green, & gold ground extending into upper & outer borders, 2- to 3-line initials supplied in blue. Folio (339 x 225 mm.), early 19th-cent. brown morocco (last leaf a little defective & stained at edges), sides richly decorated in gilt, spine richly gilt, a.e.g. Rome: Georgius Lauer for the Monastery of St. Eusebius, 29 October 1470. First edition of this most attractive book, one of the first books from the fifth Roman press. It is dedicated to Cosimo de' Medici. St. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407), Bishop of Constantinople, studied law and theology at Antioch. After living as a hermit in a cave for several years, he returned to Antioch where he became famous as a preacher, which earned him the name Chrysostom, or "golden-mouthed." His great powers of oratory were directed especially to the instruction and moral reformation of the nominally Christian city of Antioch. His series of homilies, here printed, established his title as the greatest of the Christian expositors. The homilies combine a great facility for seeing the spiritual meaning of the author with an equal ability for immediate practical application. The translator, Franciscus Griffolinus (14518-83), was also known as Francesco Accolti. He was known as "le prince des jurisconsultes des son temps" and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2016-12-07 10:14:43
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Duchy of Brabant or County of Hainaut: Manuscript, 1470. 8vo (169 x 117 mm). 109 (of 112) unn. lvs. Later richly blind-tooled calf (old style) with crossing double fillets surrounding blind tooled borders with floral motives, Spine with three raised bands. 16 lines to the page, text ca. 10,5 x 7 cm. Larger gothic type (Textura) in dark brown and red ink. Very elaborate calligraphy. 4 half page multicoloured miniatures within a gold heightened frame, with a large 2- or 4-line gold heightened blue initial underneath and surrounded by a large multicoloured foliate bar border (on first leaf (1) and leaves a3(7), f8(52) and h7(67). The four miniatures depicting: 1. Saint Barbara. 2. Annunciation. 3.David praying. 4. Christ and the raising of Lazarus. Signatures: ^4, a-m8, n4, o6 (- k1, and probably o1 and o8). First four and last leaf darkly stained. Colours of the miniature and the flower-border on leaf 1 oxidized and faded. Apart from a few stained pages, especially the first four leaves, text on almost all pages very clean and colours bright. Leaves k1, and (probably as well) o1 & o8 missing. Although not fully complete and some leaves stained, a charming, well-bound and well-kept 15th-century Book of Hours. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .
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2016-12-03 18:06:33
Carlo III
(1470-1498). Lettera autografo di Carlo III di Francia (1470-1498). In-16° oblungo (32x15 cm.), pergamena scritta in francese di 14 righe e firmata. Rarissima. In ottimo stato di conservazione. Carlo VIII (Amboise, 30 giugno 1470 - Amboise, 7 aprile 1498) è stato Re di Francia della dinastia dei Valois dal 1483 al 1498.La sua fallimentare discesa in Italia nel 1494 inaugurò le cosiddette guerre d'Italia (definite "horrende" dal Machiavelli): una lunga serie di otto conflitti, con cui le grandi potenze europee si disputarono il controllo della penisola, terminata solo nel 1559 con la Pace di Cateau-Cambrésis, che mutò profondamente la geografia politica dell'Italia.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-12-03 18:06:33
Pietro BEMBO
1470. Bèmbo era un famosissimo letterato (Venezia 1470 - Roma 1547). Seguendo a Firenze (1478-80) il senatore Bernardo, suo padre e suo primo maestro, si familiarizzò col volgare fiorentino, dei diritti del quale egli, umanista dottissimo e ciceroniano elegantissimo, doveva diventare il più autorevole sostenitore. Nel 1492 si recò a Messina, dove studiò greco alla scuola di Costantino Lascaris. Tornato a Venezia nel 1494, seguì i corsi di filosofia a Padova. Nel 1498 fu a Ferrara, dove amò, forse riamato, Lucrezia Borgia; degli amori (1500-1501) con Maria Savorgnan resta documento un vivacissimo carteggio. Passò poi (1506-1511) alla corte di Urbino, quindi a Roma (1512-19), chiamato da Leone X come segretario ai brevi. Quivi convisse con una Morosina, morta nel 1535, da cui ebbe tre figli. Trascorse poi, soprattutto a Padova, lunghi anni di ozio letterario. Nel 1539 fu creato cardinale. La sua posizione sociale, la grande cultura, il fascino e decoro della persona, la somma discrezione e prudenza, fecero sì ch'egli esercitasse per circa un trentennio una vera dittatura letteraria. Da lui prese vigore il platonismo amoroso petrarcheggiante (Asolani, 1505, tre dialoghi in prosa). Nelle dialogiche Prose della volgar lingua (1525), abbattuto definitivamente il pregiudizio dell'eccellenza delle lingue classiche sul volgare, sostenne la fiorentinità della lingua italiana, propose come modelli per la poesia il Petrarca, per la prosa il Boccaccio, e diede una delle prime grammatiche della nostra lingua, riducendo a consapevole sistema quell'umanesimo volgare che era già in atto. Es … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2016-11-27 17:27:23
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
Translated by Franciscus Griffolinus (Aretinus). 279 leaves (of 280, without initial blank). 33 lines, Roman letter, 5-line initial "C" on [b]6r in gold with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, & green ground, [b]7v with a 7-line gold initial "Q" with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, green, & gold ground extending into upper & outer borders, 2- to 3-line initials supplied in blue. Folio (339 x 225 mm.), early 19th-cent. brown morocco (last leaf a little defective & stained at edges), sides richly decorated in gilt, spine richly gilt, a.e.g. Rome: Georgius Lauer for the Monastery of St. Eusebius, 29 October 1470. First edition of this most attractive book, one of the first books from the fifth Roman press. It is dedicated to Cosimo de' Medici. St. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407), Bishop of Constantinople, studied law and theology at Antioch. After living as a hermit in a cave for several years, he returned to Antioch where he became famous as a preacher, which earned him the name Chrysostom, or "golden-mouthed." His great powers of oratory were directed especially to the instruction and moral reformation of the nominally Christian city of Antioch. His series of homilies, here printed, established his title as the greatest of the Christian expositors. The homilies combine a great facility for seeing the spiritual meaning of the author with an equal ability for immediate practical application. The translator, Franciscus Griffolinus (14518-83), was also known as Francesco Accolti. He was known as "le prince des jurisconsultes des son temps" and taught at many of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-27 17:27:23
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
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2016-11-27 17:27:23
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-27 17:27:23
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
Translated by Franciscus Griffolinus (Aretinus). 279 leaves (of 280, without initial blank). 33 lines, Roman letter, 5-line initial "C" on [b]6r in gold with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, & green ground, [b]7v with a 7-line gold initial "Q" with white vine stem decoration on a red, blue, green, & gold ground extending into upper & outer borders, 2- to 3-line initials supplied in blue. Folio (339 x 225 mm.), early 19th-cent. brown morocco (last leaf a little defective & stained at edges), sides richly decorated in gilt, spine richly gilt, a.e.g. Rome: Georgius Lauer for the Monastery of St. Eusebius, 29 October 1470. First edition of this most attractive book, one of the first books from the fifth Roman press. It is dedicated to Cosimo de' Medici. St. John Chrysostom (ca. 347-407), Bishop of Constantinople, studied law and theology at Antioch. After living as a hermit in a cave for several years, he returned to Antioch where he became famous as a preacher, which earned him the name Chrysostom, or "golden-mouthed." His great powers of oratory were directed especially to the instruction and moral reformation of the nominally Christian city of Antioch. His series of homilies, here printed, established his title as the greatest of the Christian expositors. The homilies combine a great facility for seeing the spiritual meaning of the author with an equal ability for immediate practical application. The translator, Franciscus Griffolinus (14518-83), was also known as Francesco Accolti. He was known as "le prince des jurisconsultes des son temps" and taught … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2016-11-27 17:27:23
JOHN CHRYSOSTOM, Saint
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2016-11-25 17:01:19
MAGNI, Jacobus
219 leaves (the last two blank). 35 lines, spaces for initials with guide letters in red & occasionally in blue. Roman type. Small folio (280 x 205 mm.), cont. blindstamped calf over wooden boards (minor wear) by the Fraterherren from Hildesheim, two orig. clasps & catches. [Strasbourg: the "R-printer" (Adolf Rusch), about 1470-74]. First edition, and a fine copy in a contemporary binding, of a book which is now rare on the market. Jacobus Magni (or Jacques Legrand)(ca. 1365-1415), was a French Augustinian who flourished in Paris at the beginning of the 15th century. The Sophologium is an anthology of science and philosophy taken from ancient writers. This text enjoyed considerable popularity with thirteen editions in the 15th century. This handsome book was printed by Adolf Rusch, the "R-printer," the son-in-law of Strasbourg's first printer Johann Mentelin. Rusch first introduced Roman types into Germany. For a long time he remained unidentified and was referred to as the "R-printer" from the peculiar form of that majuscule in his roman font. A handsome and large copy. Occasional minor browning. 18th-century ownership inscription on first leaf. ? B.M.C., I, p. 61. Goff M-38. GKW M17664. Klebs 595.2.
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2016-11-24 21:30:16
AUGUSTINE, Saint, Bishop of Hippo
271 (of 274 leaves, without the blank leaves 1, 16, & 274). 50 lines. Roman types. First text page illuminated with elaborate three-sided border in blue, green, red & gold, incorporating two large capitals "I" & "C", Christ's symbol, a hare, and a coat-of-arms (see below). 21 eight-line illuminated initials with floral decoration & extensions in color & pen-work, 2-line initials alternating in red & blue. Chapter numbers supplied in red for the first 6 leaves of the table, chapter headings supplied in red throughout, chapter numbers in upper margin in red. Royal folio (370 x 242 mm.), 18th-cent. English red morocco (well-rebacked), sides panelled in gilt with border of alternating thistle, coronet, flower & crown, spine gilt, green morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. Venice: Johannes & Vindelinus de Spira, 1470. Third or fourth edition (see below) of the most important work of St. Augustine; this is a magnificent copy printed throughout on vellum and finely illuminated for Leonardo Loredano (1436-1521), doge of Venice from 1501 until his death, with his family's coat-of-arms at the foot of the first text page. This is one of nine recorded copies printed on vellum of the fourth book printed in Venice. It was begun by the city's first printer Johannes de Spira, who had possibly learned the art in Mainz and was completed by his brother Vindelinus. The colophon gives a brief and fascinating history of the press and of this edition, stating that Johannes had already produced two editions of Cicero and one hundred copies of Pliny within three months and that he had died duri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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2016-11-24 20:08:14
JOSEPHUS, Flavius
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