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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
In Latin. Illuminated manuscript on vellum. Italy, Naples, ca.1475. 243 x 165mm., 188 leaves, vellum, complete, catchwords and illuminator's instructions survive, ruled page: 145 x 75mm. 51 white vine initials, 180 small decorated initials, two foliate borders, one full-page interlaced with peacocks and rabbits with putti holding the coat-of-arms of Ferdinand I of Aragon, King of Naples (some trivial oxidization to putti in full-page border, otherwise in pristine condition). Binding of 19th-century red velvet over boards by Charles Lewis (spine lightly rubbed). Red slipcase. PROVENANCE:1. Illuminated by Cola Rapicano and likely written by Giovanni Marco Cinico for Ferdinand I of Aragon, King of Naples (1423-94); his coat of arms and emblems in the margins. Two copies of this Solinus text are listed in De Marinis: one, "Solinus de mirabilibus mundi, cubierto de pergamino" is no. 510 in a list of codices left in 1550 to the convent of San Miguel de los Reyes in Valencia by Ferdinand of Aragon, Prince of Taranto, eldest son of the last Aragonese king of Naples Ferdinand III; in all likelihood this is Valencia, Biblioteca Històrica BH Ms. 614 (T. De Marinis, La Biblioteca Napoletana dei rRe d'Aragona, Milan, 1952, II, p.207). The second and most probable match with the present manuscript - "Solinus de mirabilibus mundi" - is no. 198 in an inventory from ca.1508-13 by Fabio Vigile of Spoleto found in codex Vaticanus lat. 7134, ff.255-259v, itself a copy of the lost original inventory of Aragonese codices sent to Lorenzo de' Medici from Naples (T. De Marinis, II, p.197).2. Henry … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 15:42:50
SOLINUS, Caius Julius
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2016-11-24 13:16:44
BEDA
97 (of 98, without final blank) leaves. 40 lines, gothic type, paragraph & capital strokes in red, cont. MS. guide-letters. Small folio (275 x 198 mm.), 18th-cent. English calf (very expertly rebacked with orig. spine laid-down), double gilt fillet round sides with Spencer arms in center in gilt. [Strassburg: Heinrich Eggestein, not after 1475]. First edition. The Venerable Bede (673-735), "was the greatest English historian and one of the greatest European historians of the Middle Ages. It is therefore not surprising that his most important work - and certainly the one with the strongest appeal to laymen - should have been one of the first historical books to be printed. The 'Ecclesiastical History of the English People', which is in fact a comprehensive history of the Anglo-Saxon tribes, was completed in 731 and its fame soon spread far and wide. The English scholars and missionaries who worked in the Frankish empire in the eighth and ninth centuries - men such as Boniface and Alcuin - were well acquainted with Bede's writings, and manuscripts of the Historia Ecclesiastica were in many monasteries of the Rhine and Moselle regions… "The appearance in Strasbourg of the editio princeps of the Historia Ecclesiastica is less puzzling than might appear at first sight. The publisher, Heinrich Eggesteyn, like all his Strasbourg fellow-printers, specialized in publications for the laity; and the fact that he produced the earliest surviving advertisement sheet (1466) shows that he had a shrewd eye for the market. Moreover, the Rhenish printers - besides those of Strasbourg, espec … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-24 12:38:59
DONDIS (or DONDUS), Jacobus de
286 leaves (complete) with a duplicate of quire [g]6 giving a total of 292 leaves. Royal folio (403 x 282mm.), 55 lines, Gothic type, 2- to 7-line initials supplied in red (some with marginal extensions), red initial-strokes, paraphs & underlinings, cont. German blind-stamped pigskin over thick wooden boards (binding slightly rubbed, a couple of leaves a little foxed or stained), small stamps of eagles, flowers and dragons (with less stamping on lower cover), two catches & remains of clasps, paper label on upper cover "Aggrega. Paduano." [Strasbourg: The R-Printer (Adolf Rusch), ca. 1475-80]. First edition of this important herbal and pharmacological work, one of the earliest printed books with an exclusively medical content; the recipes are largely based on Greek and Arabic sources. This is a magnificent copy - crisp, large, and rubricated - in its first binding from the Episcopal Court Library at Eichstätt. Dondis (1295-1359), a native of Padua, was the municipal physician of Chioggia, a coastal town near Venice and later became professor of medicine at Padua. Dondis was also a mechanician who designed a complicated automatic clock for his native town; it was certainly one of the earliest tower clocks. Astronomy was another area in which Dondis worked; he wrote a work entitled Planetarium, a set of astronomical tables based on the Alphonsine ones but simpler and computed for the meridian of Padua. Dondis' "most extensive work was the Aggregatio medicamentorum, or Promptuarium medicinae, a work which contains a large collection of medical recipes based largely on Greek an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-11-16 20:37:21
AN ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT CALENDAR LEAF WITH TWO ROUNDELS CONTAINING THE LABOR OF THE MONTH AND A ZODIAC SIGN, FROM A BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN AND FRENCH
France, ca. 1475. n. 165 x 112 mm. (6 1/2 x 4 3/8"). Single column, 16 lines in a gothic book hand. Kalends comprised of gray and white acanthus leaves accented with flowers on a background of brushed gold, saints' names in blue, red, or gold, month and Golden Numbers in burnished gold, days in alternating blue and burnished gold, five Dominical letters in burnished gold on a blue or red ground with white tracery, each side with a panel border featuring a brushed gold triangle with a spray of pink flowers, and WITH A ROUNDEL DEPICTING THE LABOR OF THE MONTH (RECTO) AND ASTROLOGICAL SIGN (VERSO), the background filled with blue and gold acanthus leaves and swirling hairline stems bearing leaves and gold berries. Panel border with three small burn holes, four brown spots to the text, minor soiling to fore and head margins. Not as pretty as it could be, but an inexpensive example of a Book of Hours calendar leaf with miniatures.
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2016-11-16 20:37:21
AN ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT CALENDAR LEAF WITH TWO ROUNDELS CONTAINING THE LABOR OF THE MONTH AND A ZODIAC SIGN, FROM A BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN AND FRENCH
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-09-20 20:53:58
Paolus de Sancta Maria
(Mantua, Johannes Schall germanus), 1475. Dialogus qui vocatur Scrutinium Scripturarum...(Accedit:) Samuel Rabbi. Epistola ad Rabbi Isaac. (Colophon:). Paolus de Sancta Maria. Hoc opus impressit rerum scrutinia Schallus Johannes doctor artis Apollinee anno domini 1475. (Mantua, Johannes Schall germanus). In - folio, pergamena moderna uso antico. (250 ff.) n.n. Car. gotico, tipo 539 (Burger), 38 - 39 linee. Esemplare ben conservato, a parte insignificanti forellini di tarlo negli ultimi ff. Uno dei primi libri stampati a mantova e la prima edizione dello Schall, secondo tipografo di questa città. Esemplare della prima tiratura non contenente l' Epistola ad Rabbi Isaac che fu aggiunta in seguito (cfr. Oates, 2586). Rarissimo. H. - C., 10765. Proctor, 6898. B.M.C., VII, 933. Polain, 3011. I.G.I., 7328. Oates, 2586.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-09-09 11:39:21
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint.
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2016-09-09 11:39:21
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint.
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2016-09-09 11:39:21
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint.
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2016-09-09 11:39:21
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint.
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books [USA]
2016-09-09 11:39:21
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (354-430), Saint
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2016-09-03 00:14:27
Anonimo
1475. Bulino, 1475 - 1500 circa, privo di data e di iscrizioni. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, in perfetto sttao di conservazione. Rarissima incisione anonima è ascrivibile alla scuola tedesca dell'ultimo quarto del XV secolo La scena raffigura la cosiddetta Messa di S. Gregorio, in cui il Cristo, con gli strumenti della passione, appare sull'altare al papa celebrante. L'immagine divenne molto popolare nel corso del XVI secolo, anche perché spesso associata alle indulgenze. In effetti, agli inizi del secolo, nel Nord Europa, la Messa di S. Gregorio, anzi le 30 messe gregoriane, ricorrono di frequente nei manoscritti tra le pratiche per ottenere l'indulgenza; a partire dal 1425 circa, le indulgenze sono spesso incorporate in stampe o altre opere che raffigurano la Messa di S. Gregorio. Esemplare dalla collezione del British Museum, due timbri al verso, compreso quello di dismissione. (Lugt 302 & 305). Engraving, 1475 - 1500 circa, unlettered. A very good example, printed on contemporary lad paper, with small margins, perfect condition. The scene depicts the Mass of Saint Gregory. This subject became widespread in medieval art. Such visual manifestations have a variety of precise forms, but they almost always show Gregory and his entourage, usually consisting of clerics, in a church before an altar, often with the saint saying mass. Christ as a Man of Sorrows appears on the altar. Because the St. Gregory Mass shows a bleeding Christ and the celebration of the mass, the image has been used as support for the idea of transubstantiation. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-06-12 13:31:25
FLITNER, Johannes and Thomas MURNER.
Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 235; STCN 038106752; cf. Praz, p. 337. Second edition of a satirical work by Johann Flitner, an adaptation in Latin of Thomas Murner's (1475-1537) great early 16th-century German satire Schelmen Zunft (1512). At the same time it is a curious emblem book, focusing on those who use words to deceive and seduce: jurists, councilors, clerics, debtors, preachers, hypocrites and flatterers. The arrangement is similar to that of an emblem book: 33 poems are symbolically illustrated with an engraving, accompanied by two mottoes, one for the poem and one for the plate, and an explanation in prose. The emblematic plates are also of interest for showing daily life at the beginning of the 17th century, depicting the costumes, home interiors and all sorts of indoor and outdoor activities. Censuring the corrupt manners of his time, Flitner's book presents a curious mixture of iambic verses in "macaronic" Latin and scholarly Latin notes, quoting classical authors on the subject, in Greek and Latin.Browned, title-page slightly soiled, ink stain in lower margin of first 50 pages, not affecting the text, and some minor thumbing. A good copy in attractive binding.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2016-04-27 08:58:34
Papst Leo X. ( d.i. Giovanni de Medici):
Betreffend die Regelung der Nachfolge eines Kanonikates, das durch den Tod des Balthasar von Grumbach vakant geworden ist. Erwähnte Namen: Jacobus de Bibra, Thomas de Rieneck(?), Johannes-Antonius Trimultio, Balthasar von Grumpach.In schönster Cancellaresca auf Pergament geschrieben von Ludovico Vicentino degli Arrighi, genannt Vicentino (1475 - 1527), der als Kalligraph und scrittore da brevi apostolici entscheidend die Entwicklung einer modernen Kursive beeinflußte, die er 1522 schließlich in seiner kl. Schrift \"La Operina\" öffentlich vorstellte. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Bamberg, Franken, Sankt Stephan, Papst Leo X., Manuskript, Kalligraphie, Schriften, Schreibmeister, Chancery Cursive
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dieter Zipprich [Germany]
2016-02-19 11:21:25
- Si tratta di due importanti manoscritti inerenti la principale Magistratura delle Acque del territorio pisano. Il primo manoscritto, di chiara fattura cinquecentesca, in formato cm.28,4x21,2, è composto da una carta bianca; due carte compilate al recto e al verso; quattro carte bianche; 24 carte con numerazione consecutiva, compilate al recto e al verso, comprendenti lo statuto costitutivo dell'Ufficio del 1475; una carta datata 1517 compilata al recto e al verso; una ulteriore carta compilata solo al recto; 14 carte bianche. Legatura in mz.pergamena ottocentesca con piatti marmorizzati. Alla prima carta è apposta manoscritta una notazione ottocentesca "N.B.: L'originale di questo Statuto si trova nell'Archivio di Stato di Pisa". Il secondo manoscritto, in formato cm.30x21, è composto da 520 pagine, compilate in grafia leggibile in epoca settecentesca, e contiene l'elenco, in ordine alfabetico, di tutte le voci di interesse della Magistratura. Alcuni quaderni staccati. Legatura cartonata coeva, rivestita da carta marmorizzata che presenta fisiologiche abrasioni. Alla prima carta una notazione manoscritta ottocentesca: "N.B.: Questo libro fu comprato sotto le logge dette del Borgo a Pisa sopra di un banchetto per la somma di lire 268. Una copia uguale esiste (anzi l'originale) nellArchivio della Prefettura, oggi all'Archivio di Stato di Pisa". Nel 1475 Lorenzo de? Medici istituì l'"Opera della Reparazione del Contado e della Città di Pisa", ripristinando di fatto una struttura già esistente e nominandone Provveditori Tommaso Biliotti e Piero Giovanni Fiani. Cosimo I, nel 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [Italy]
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2016-02-19 11:21:25
Si tratta di due importanti manoscritti inerenti la principale Magistratura delle Acque del territorio pisano. Il primo manoscritto, di chiara fattura cinquecentesca, in formato cm.28,4x21,2, è composto da una carta bianca; due carte compilate al recto e al verso; quattro carte bianche; 24 carte con numerazione consecutiva, compilate al recto e al verso, comprendenti lo statuto costitutivo dell'Ufficio del 1475; una carta datata 1517 compilata al recto e al verso; una ulteriore carta compilata solo al recto; 14 carte bianche. Legatura in mz.pergamena ottocentesca con piatti marmorizzati. Alla prima carta è apposta manoscritta una notazione ottocentesca "N.B.: L'originale di questo Statuto si trova nell'Archivio di Stato di Pisa". Il secondo manoscritto, in formato cm.30x21, è composto da 520 pagine, compilate in grafia leggibile in epoca settecentesca, e contiene l'elenco, in ordine alfabetico, di tutte le voci di interesse della Magistratura. Alcuni quaderni staccati. Legatura cartonata coeva, rivestita da carta marmorizzata che presenta fisiologiche abrasioni. Alla prima carta una notazione manoscritta ottocentesca: "N.B.: Questo libro fu comprato sotto le logge dette del Borgo a Pisa sopra di un banchetto per la somma di lire 268. Una copia uguale esiste (anzi l'originale) nellArchivio della Prefettura, oggi all'Archivio di Stato di Pisa". Nel 1475 Lorenzo de? Medici istituì l'"Opera della Reparazione del Contado e della Città di Pisa", ripristinando di fatto una struttura già esistente e nominandone Provveditori Tommaso Biliotti e Piero Giovanni Fiani. Cosimo I, nel 154 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2016-02-19 02:13:19
Leonicenus, Omnibonus (1412-1474)
Filippo di Pietro, Venice. 21 July 1475. 372 unnumbered leaves, roman type, 34 lines, 10 large red ink initials, some greek letters, waterstain on the upper margin of 1 leaf, contemporary wooden boards binding, blind tool decorations, ink titles on the edge, restored. Acid-Free clamshell box. A clean copy in contemporary binding; FIRST EDITION of Leonicenus? commentary to Lucanus. This edition, first attributed to Vindelinus from Spira, seems to be the second to be printed by Philippus de Petri, the first typographer to use greek types. Brunet III, 985; Goff L172; IGI 6999; BMC V 219. PHOTOS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Louis Caron [Boucherville, QC, Canada]
2015-12-11 22:15:26
Jacobus de Voragine:
Augsburg Günther Zainer vor Type 2 und 4 1475 - Einspaltiges 42-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit einer achtzeiligen Maiglöckchen-Holzschnittinitiale (3,9 x 3,9 cm), einer 3-zeiligen Holzschnitt-Lombarde und einem Holzschnitt (7 x 7,7 cm) des Heiligen Clemens. Handschriftliche Ziffern von alter Hand in oberer Ecke. Wasserzeichen Ochsenkopf mit Kreuzstandarte. Rückseitig mit Resten von zwei Papiermontagestreifen. Blattgröße: 16,1 x 24,2 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Seltenes Blatt aus einer frühen illustrierten Ausgabe der "Legenda Aurea" des Jacobus de Voragine, die insgesamt 162 Textholzschnitte beinhaltet. Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230 - 1298. Der Dominikaner Jacobus de Voragine fügte aus der Bibel, den Apokryphen, verschiedenen Akten sowie überlieferten Geschichten, die Lebensgeschichten der Heiligen zur "Legenda Aurea". Das Werk in volkstümlicher lateinischer Sprache geschrieben, wurde zum populärsten religiösen Volksbuch des Mittelalter. Die deutschen Übersetzungen der "Legenda Aurea" wurden das "Leben der Heiligen" oder der "Heiligen Leben" genannt. Zahlreiche Anzeichen deuten heute darauf hin, dass zwischen 1384 und 1421 im Umkreis des Dominikanerordens in Nürnberg eine neue Kompilation der Heiligenlegenden entstand, die unter Einbeziehung der "Legenda aurea", stärker auf den deutschsprachigen Glaubensraum bezogen waren. So wurden in diesem Legendar u. a. die Heiligen Bonifazius, Gallus, Kilian oder Magnus von Füssen aufgenommen. Dieser "deutsche Legendar" übe … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-22 07:16:37
Jacobus de Voragine):
Augsburg Johann Bämler 19 August Type 1a 2, 1475. Einspaltiges, 28-zeiliges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem farbig koloriertem Holzschnitt (7,9 x 6,7 cm) des Heiligen Sankt Geruasius und St. Prothasius. Blatt breitrandig auf festem Papier. Untere Ecke etwas fingerfleckig. Nummernstempel am unteren Rand und kl. handschriftlicher Seitenzahl von alter Hand (112) Wasserzeichen: Wohl Fisch mit großer Rückenflosse (20 x 38 mm). Blattgröße: 29,7 x 20,7 cm. Incunabula text woodcut leaf. - - - Seltenes Inkunabelblatt! Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Seltenes Blatt aus der Heiligenlegende in deutscher Sprache. "Volkstümliche" Werke wurden von den Gläubigen häufig gelesen. Die ab etwa 1480 abnehmende Papierqualität trug zusätzlich dazu bei, dass die populären Werke einem hohen Verschleiß unterlagen und deshalb heute selten erhalten sind. - - - Der italienische Prediger und Schriftsteller Jacobus de Voragine (Viraggio) aus dem heutigen Varazze bei Genua lebte von 1230-1298 n. Chr. Der Dominikaner Jacobus de Voragine fügte aus der Bibel, den Apokryphen, verschiedenen Akten, sowie überlieferten Geschichten, die Lebensgeschichten der Heiligen zur Legenda Aurea zusammen. Das Werk, in volkstümlicher lateinischer Sprache geschrieben, wurde zum populärsten religiösen Volksbuch des Mittelalters. Die deutschen Übersetzungen der Legenda Aurea wurden das Leben der Heiligen oder Der Heiligen Leben genannt. Zahlreiche Anzeichen deuten heute darauf hin, dass zwischen 1384 und 1421 im Umkreis des Dominikanerordens in Nürnberg eine neue Kompilation der Heiligenlegenden entstand, die unter Einb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2015-11-16 16:07:39
ALVERNUS, Guillelmus
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-16 16:07:39
ALVERNUS, Guillelmus
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-11 14:42:12
Cicero, Petrarch, and Pseudo-Plutarch (translated by Guarino de Verona)
ILLUMINATED RENAISSANCE HUMANIST MANUSCRIPT IN LATIN ON PAPER, Northern Italy, Lombardy (Milan?), c. 1475. 240 x 175 mm. 129 folios, watermark in Briquet, complete (collation, i-xii10, xiii9 [of 10, with 10 a canceled blank]), written in brown ink in a fine and regular humanistic script on up to 29 long lines (justification, 135 x 90 mm.), paper ruled in light pink, vertical catchwords, some contemporary quire signatures, wide margins, rubrics in bright red, some paragraph marks in bright red, numerous initials in red or blue with opposing filigree penwork in blue or light pink, seven decorated initials in pale yellow wsh on colored wash grounds with interlacing white vine ornamentation of the bianchi girari type (ff. 1, 30, 47, 71, 91, 101, 116v), a few drawings in the margins (eg. on f. 93, a skull facing the text ?"Mors terribilis .?"), a few marginal corrections or annotations. BINDING: Bound in a later imitation half-binding of brown calf, wooden boards left bare, back sewn on three raised thongs, remnant of leather clasp on upper board, brass catchplate on lower board, with front and rear parchment flyleaves taken from a Hebrew manuscript. TEXT: This manuscript contains four works by Cicero, perhaps the most renowned name in Roman literature: De officiis, his epistolary treatise on duties, addressed to his son; De amicitia, a treatise on friendship written in the form of a dialogue; Paradoxa stoicorum, a treatise explaining the six basic principles of Stoicism; and De senectute, a treatise arguing for the cultivation of wisdom in preparation for old age and death, wri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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