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2018-10-08 01:14:07
Plinio (Caius Plinius Secundus)
opus Magistri Philippi Veneti, 1481. 2° (cm. 32,4), 293 cc.nn. (di 294, manca la carta bianca b6 tra il libro primo ed il libro secondo). Carattere gotico su 59 righe, testo su due colonne, spazi per capilettera con letterine guida. Legatura in piena pelle con piatti originali impressi a secco e ds. rinnovato. Fili e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Esemplare a grandi margini con qualche sporadica brunitura e delicati restauri all’ultima carta. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore. Bell’esemplare di un rarissimo incunabolo nella traduzione di Cristoforo Landino. Goff, P802; IGI, 7894. La traduzione del Landino, pubblicata per la seconda volta in questa edizione, rappresenta una rilevante testimonianza del recupero di attenzione per gli Autori classici propria dell’età dell’Umanesimo. Il prezioso codice della Naturalis Historia dell’erudito romano Plinio il Vecchio oggi conservato nella Biblioteca Laurenziana di Firenze fu infatti acquistato a Lubecca da Cosimo il Vecchio ed affidato a Cristoforo Landino per la traduzione in volgare, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1476. Il testo è suddiviso in 37 Libri (l’indice che costituisce il primo libro fu completato dal nipote Plinio il Giovane) che riguardano: descrizione dell’universo, geografia ed etnografia del mar Mediterraneo, antropologia, zoologia, botanica ed agricoltura, medicina e piante medicinali, medicamenti ricavati dagli animali, mineralogia.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-10-03 14:03:48
Aquinas, [St.] Thomas
Venice: [Johannes Herbort, de Seligenstadt] for Johannes de Colonia, Nicolaus Jenson et Socii, 8th July 1481. Folio (pages 307 x 202 mm). 310 leaves including first blank. Collation: a-z10, A-H10. Two columns, gothic type, 56 lines per page, headlines. a1 blank (and present). First page of text rubricated with blue and red floriated design on a gold base, and large manuscript initial; also with manuscript armorial design at base in same colours with green and gold embellishment at the border (a2). Printer's device in red (H2), table (H3), register (H10). Else unrubricated. 19th century gilt stamped half calf with decorative paper over boards. Very minor worming to first few leaves. Some soiling and spotting to the first few leaves. Leaves a1 and a10 remargined at gutter. Some early marginalia, table annotated, minor damp staining to head of table, brown spotting and soiling to table. Early ownership signatures on first page of text. Otherwise, a remarkably clean and tall copy with lovely hand-coloring on the first leaf, heightened in gold. An Italian of the Dominican order, Thomas Aquinas rose to fame as the father of the Thomistic school of theology. "Combining traditional principles of theology with modern philosophic thought, St. Thomas Aquinas' treatises touched upon the questions and struggles of medieval intellectuals, church authorities, and everyday people alike...A prolific writer, St. Thomas Aquinas penned close to 60 known works. His philosophical and theological writings spanned a wide spectrum of topics, including commentaries on the Bible and discussions of Ar … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books [USA]
2018-07-14 15:53:19
TITUS LIVIUS.
(IN FINE) VENEZIA, OTTAVIANO SCOTO, 28 GIUGNO 1481. "In-folio; 449 cc. (assente la carta bianca prima della terza deca); legatura antica in tutta pergamena con tassello (marginali piccoli segni di tarlo sulla legatura). Esemplare molto bianco e fresco." Terza edizione del volgarizzamento di Livio. Questa tr
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-07-05 00:33:46
Jacobus de Theramo
Lyon, Martin Huss, 8. November 1481. Type 5. Einspaltiges, 35-zeiliges breitrandiges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt (11,6 x 7,8 cm). Blatt gering fingerfleckig und im Rand mit Knickspuren. Signatur "c.i." und hälftiges Wasserzeichen: anker im Kreis mit Stern (87 mm x 56 mm). Blattgröße: 21,6 x 30 cm. Woodcut text leaf. Sehr seltenes Blatt! Die Erstausgabe des "Belial sive Consolatio peccatorum" von Jakob aus Teramo erschien 1472 bei Schüssler und Zainer in Augsburg. Der Drucker Martin Huss stammte aus Bottwar bei Marbach in Württemberg. Er wurde an der Universität Erfurt immatrikuliert, als Buchdrucker in Basel ausgebildet und gründete um 1477 zusammen mit Johann Siber aus Nördlingen seine Buchdruckerei in Lyon. Zwischen 1477 und 1481 druckte er in Lyon 38 Werke. Sein Verwandter (Bruder?) Matthias Huss arbeitete anscheinend zunächst in der Offizin von Martin Huss mit und begann dann 1482 seine eigene Druckertätigkeit in Lyon (Geldner 1970, 211 f.). Der Autor des Rechtsstreites zwischen dem Teufel und Jesus "Processus Luciferi contra Jesum Christum" genannt Belial, war Jacobus Palladinus de Theramo. Er wurde 1349 in Teramo im Königreich Neapel geboren. Nachdem er Kanonisches Recht in Padua studiert hatt, wurde er ab 1391 Bischof von Monopoli, Taranto, Florenz und ab 1410 von Spoleto. Papst Martin V schickte ihn 1417 als Legat nach Polen wo er noch im selben Jahr starb. Jacobus de Teramo, belonging to the family of Palladini, canonist and bishop, born in 1349 at Teramo in Italy; died in 1417 in Poland. After studying jurisprudence at Padua he was archdeacon at Avers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Germany]
2018-05-08 06:05:13
ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice.Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves. Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner.Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Oslo Rare Books (NABF/ILAB) [Flekkefjord, Norway]
2018-04-30 14:42:19
NICOLAUS DE LYRA (ca. 1270-1349)
Nuremberg: Anton Koberger, 1481. 2 volumes, royal folio (415 x 285 mm). Collation: (Vol. 1:) [1-58 6-146 158 16-346 3510 366 37-388 39-676 6810]. (Vol. II:) [1-26 38 4-256 268 27-366 376(6+1) 386 (38/6 a cancel) 39-828 8310]. 430 leaves (of 432, without first and last blank leaves) and 506 leaves (of 507, without final blank). 71 lines and headline, double column. Types: 4:160G (headlines and headings), 5:82G (text). Forty-three woodcut illustrations and diagrams, of which eight full-page and three half-page, colored throughout by a contemporary hand; 20-line initial space opening text, 3- to 7-line spaces elsewhere. Opening page illuminated by a contemporary artist in blue, yellow and green wash, the initial (h) in gold, historiated with the figure of a hunter with crossbow and two animals (a deer and a wolf?), floral and foliate border on two sides; Maiblumen initials throughout in red or blue, the initials at section openings parti-colored red and blue with contrasting red or violet penwork infill, a few also with green, some in vol. 2 historiated with grotesque faces; opening initial in vol. 2 with scrolling filigree extender in red and green; paragraph marks, capital strokes, and underlining in red. A large copy, with deckle edges throughout, and contemporary manuscript quiring in lower center margin on versos of last leaf of each quire. First leaf of vol. 1 with slight marginal staining, vol. 2 first leaf a bit soiled, opening initial partially covered by a patch, fol. II:82/6 with two repaired tears. Modern blind-tooled morocco over wooden boards, by Gerhard Gerlach … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
2018-04-28 23:44:59
PIUS II, Pope
Nuremberg :Anton Koberger,(1481, 16 Sept. 1481.). Folio. 231 of 246 leaves. The missing text supplied in old facsimile. 291 x 197 mm. Nineteenth century red half morocco binding, rubbed but sound. A single ownership stamp of a Hungarian instutional library, together with their duplicate sale stamp. A few pinholes of worm to blank margin of the last 5 leaves. Some initials inserted in red or blue. Annotated throughout in a number of hands. First Koberger printing. GW M33692 . There was a second Koberger printing in 1486.
Bookseller: Cobnar Books Ltd [Deal, Kent, UNITED KINGDOM]
2018-03-06 06:52:02
Rolewinck, Werner.
Ernard Ratdolt, [Venice]. 71 of 72 leaves, missing first blank. Leaf numbered 41 has been supplied in very old manuscript on laid paper. Small folio (11 x 8") rebound in old vellum with renewed label and endpapers. Corresponds to Goff R264 including first line of text corrected to "temporum" and "coplectens." 9-72 foliated 1-64. Table in 3 columns. 50 lines and head-line. Gothic type. Woodcut ornamental initials: 10-line initial G Genealogical diagrams with printed woodcut or metalcut roundels throughout. 25 woodcuts repeated to 64, of which 19 cuts of town views including Athens, Troy, Rome, Byzantium, Babylon, Lyon, Berne. 2 cuts of the Temple of Solomon, and one cut each of the Creation, Noah's Ark with rainbow, the Tower of Babel, and a large cut showing Jesus surrounded by roundels naming the 4 gospels. Includes the first known printed view of Venice showing the Piazza San Marco as seen from the Grand Canale with gondolas. Second Ratdolt edition of this popular and important chronological history of the world, this version, continued to May 1481 when Sultan Mohammed II, conqueror of Constantinople, died and, according to Rolewinck, descended to hell. A complex printing feat, the chronology measures time from both the beginning of Creation and from the birth of Christ. Wonderful illustrations. The book is in good antiquarian condition. Newly rebound in old vellum, tight and secure. The 7-leaf table at the front has many old repairs with staining and worm holes. There is some humidity staining and worming throughout. Repairs also to numbered leaf 15 and a larger worming … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2018-03-05 20:18:44
ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice.Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves. Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner.Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Oslo Rare Books (NABF/ILAB) [Flekkefjord, Norway]
2018-03-03 06:27:31
[ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice. Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves. Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner. Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-03-03 06:26:07
[ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice. Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves. Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner. Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-03-03 06:24:50
[ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice. Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves. Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner. Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. Français
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookseller Oslo Rare Books [NO]
2018-03-03 06:20:38
[ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
[Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. The fasciculus temporum represents a fascinating attempt to provide future generations with a basic history of the World, from its creation to the death of Mehmed the Conqueror. Considered by Brunet as much more attractive that its german counterparts, this Italian edition is illustrated by 68 hand-colored woodcuts, including new figures and views of famous cities and monuments, such as the Piazza San Marco and the Great canal of Venice.Attractive copy, bound in a 18th-century vellum. Slight dusting in the margins of a few leaves.Some handwritten notes in the margins made by an 16th-century owner.Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278.
Bookseller: OSLO RARE BOOKS [Norway, Flekkefjord]
2018-02-09 16:49:32
Plinio (Caius Plinius Secundus)
opus Magistri Philippi Veneti, 1481. 2° (cm. 32,4), 293 cc.nn. (di 294, manca la carta bianca b6 tra il libro primo ed il libro secondo). Carattere gotico su 59 righe, testo su due colonne, spazi per capilettera con letterine guida. Legatura in piena pelle con piatti originali impressi a secco e ds. rinnovato. Fili e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Esemplare a grandi margini con qualche sporadica brunitura e delicati restauri all’ultima carta. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore. Bell’esemplare di un rarissimo incunabolo nella traduzione di Cristoforo Landino. Goff, P802; IGI, 7894. La traduzione del Landino, pubblicata per la seconda volta in questa edizione, rappresenta una rilevante testimonianza del recupero di attenzione per gli Autori classici propria dell’età dell’Umanesimo. Il prezioso codice della Naturalis Historia dell’erudito romano Plinio il Vecchio oggi conservato nella Biblioteca Laurenziana di Firenze fu infatti acquistato a Lubecca da Cosimo il Vecchio ed affidato a Cristoforo Landino per la traduzione in volgare, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1476. Il testo è suddiviso in 37 Libri (l’indice che costituisce il primo libro fu completato dal nipote Plinio il Giovane) che riguardano: descrizione dell’universo, geografia ed etnografia del mar Mediterraneo, antropologia, zoologia, botanica ed agricoltura, medicina e piante medicinali, medicamenti ricavati dagli animali, mineralogia.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-02-07 18:53:57
BIONDO FLAVIO.
Verona, Boninus de Boninis, de Ragusia, 1481-82. Due parti in un volume in-folio; 58 cc. (l?ultima Š bianca) ? 94 cc. (l?ultima Š bianca) per un totale di 152 cc. nn.; legatura coeva in tutta pergamena rigida (restauri al dorso). Due forellini di tarlo marginali alle prime carte e una assai lieve gora al margine superiore bianco dell?ultima parte del volume. Occasionali fioriture ma bell'esemplare genuino a grandi margini. Nota di possesso al verso della prima carta "Bartholomei Guberis" (?) datata 1692 e alcune note a margine, della stessa mano. Seconda edizione delle due opere maggiori dell?umanista Flavio Biondo (1392-1463): la ?Roma instaurata?, di fatto la prima guida storico-artistica dell?Urbe (Cfr. Rossetti, ?Rome I: The guide books? e Schudt, Le guide di Roma), e l'?Italia illustrata?, con il commento originale e le aggiunte di Antonio Broianigo. In prima edizione Š invece la terza parte di cui si compone il volume, il ?De origine et gestis Venetorum?, una delle pi-- importanti cronache storiche relative alla regione veneta. La Roma Instaurata rappresenta una fonte topografica di primario interesse, restituendo peraltro il clima culturale di riordino amministrativo e urbanistico di Roma dovuto al ritorno della curia papale in citt.... Nella sua opera Biondo si distanzia dalla tradizione dei "Mirabilia urbis" e d... avvio a un nuovo genere, che risulter... assai fortunato, basato sulla visione diretta dei monumenti e sull'utilizzo di fonti documentarie di prima mano. L'Italia illustrata Š un ampliamento e una continuazione della prima opera e si lega ai rapporti che … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-01-29 06:45:23
LYRE Nicolas de
- Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 avril 1481, in-folio (19x27cm), [280] ff. [sig. a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], relié. - Terza edizione (la prima a Colonia nel 1478), ma la prima edizione italiana. Il testo e utlisée Ultimo libro stampato da Paul Butzbach - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition italienne des célèbres commentaires moraux du franciscain Nicolas de Lyre (1270-1349), troisième édition de cet ouvrage. La première a paru à Cologne en 1478. Le texte, en latin, utilisé pour cette édition est celui revu par Ludovico della Torre (??-1365) qui ajouta la table alphabétique en fin de volume, il la fit précéder de son Epistola pro operis emendatione et pro ipsius Tabula miro artificio ordinata, datée de décembre 1480 et adressée à Francesco Raimondo du couvent San Apollonio près de Brescia. L'œuvre de Nicolas de Lyre est fondée sur l'exégèse morale de la Bible. Ses travaux ont été particulièrement remarqués en Allemagne où ils auront le plus de répercussions, influençant les thèses de Martin Luther. Bien que dans son prologue au Moralia super totam Bibliam le franciscain affirme s'appuyer sur tous les niveaux de lecture employés alors (allégorique, littéraire, moral et mystique), ce sont ses interprétations littérales et allégoriques qui feront sa postérité. Versé dans l'hébreu, il s'appuie sur les textes judaïques aux sources de l'Ancien Testament, renouvelant ainsi les thèmes et les pratiques de l'exégèse chrétienne qui serviront de modèle à Martin Luther et à la Réforme. Cette inspiration valut au théologien protestant un épigramme de Julius Pflug en 1508?: Si Lyra n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-01-28 18:34:21
LYRE Nicolas de
- Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 avril 1481, 19x27cm, [280] ff. [sig. a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], relié. - Terza edizione (la prima a Colonia nel 1478), ma la prima edizione italiana. Il testo e utlisée Ultimo libro stampato da Paul Butzbach - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition italienne des célèbres commentaires moraux du franciscain Nicolas de Lyre (1270-1349), troisième édition de cet ouvrage. La première a paru à Cologne en 1478. Le texte, en latin, utilisé pour cette édition est celui revu par Ludovico della Torre (?-1365) qui ajouta la table alphabétique en fin de volume, il la fit précéder de son Epistola pro operis emendatione et pro ipsius Tabula miro artificio ordinata, datée de décembre 1480 et adressée à Francesco Raimondo du couvent San Apollonio près de Brescia. L'
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet
2018-01-19 23:05:59
VITTORI (VETTORI), Benedetto.
Durling 4657; ICCU 003584; cf. Bird 2385 (first issue); Heirs of Hippocrates 188. Reissue of the "second edition" (actually the third) of a comprehensive collection of empirical remedies for a wide range of illnesses, by the Italian philosopher and professor of medicine Benedetto Vittori (1481-1561), who wrote "one of the first books on medical theory to be published during the Renaissance ..." (Heirs of Hippocrates). Vittori's medicines are followed by a text by Camillo Tomai on the "rational treatment" of diseases (pp. 393-459), first published in 1549 by the Aldine press. Included at the end is a brief treatise called Trotula, dealing with women's diseases and conditions often occurring during menstruation, pregnancy or after childbirth (pp.460-525), probably partly based on the medieval trotula-texts.With an owner's inscription on title-page and occasionally some notes in the margins. Some marginal water stains (especially on the title-page), slightly browned and some occasional spots and thumbing; a good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Netherlands]
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2018-01-08 18:30:04
LYRE Nicolas de
Mantoue: Paul Butzbach, 1481. Fine. Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 avril 1481, in-folio (19x27cm), [280] ff. [sig. a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], relié. - [INCUNABLE] LYRA Nicholas of (Lyranus Nicolaus) Moralia super totam Bibliam Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 April 1481, 190 x 270 mm (7 1/2 x 10 5/8 "), [280] ff [sig a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], stiff vellum First Italian edition of the Franciscan Nicholas of Lyra's (1270-1349) famous moral commentary, the third edition of this work. The first was published in Cologne in 1478. The text, in Latin, used for this edition is the one revised by Ludovico della Torre (? - 1365) who added the alphabetical index at the end, preceded by his Epistola pro operis emendatione et pro ipsius Tabula miro artificio ordinata, dated December 1480 and addressed to Francesco Raimondo of the San Apollonio monastery near Brescia. Manuscript reference to a former owner, Don Octavius Feragnus Casalmaiorensis, dated 4 February 1598 at Cremona and noting the price of the book ("2 lira 5 solidi") as well as that of the binding ("1 lira 10 solidi"). A very handsome printing by Paul Butzbach, based in Mantua, in Gothic Lettre Bastarde in 54 lines divided into two columns. The large illuminated initial at the beginning of the prologue takes up the entire height of the page and a whole column, with delicate flower motifs. Typical of the Northern Italian school, this initial is very fine: the artist has given it depth by heightening it with little light and dark touches, applied with a brush no more than two or three hairs thick. The gilt ground of the in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-01-07 01:57:04
LYRE Nicolas de
" - Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 avril 1481, in-folio (19x27cm), [280] ff. [sig. a10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], relié. - Première édition italienne des célèbres commentaires moraux du franciscain Nicolas de Lyre (1270-1349), troisième édition de cet ouvrage. La première a paru à Cologne en 1478. Le texte, en latin, utilisé pour cette édition est celui revu par Ludovico della Torre (??-1365) qui ajouta la table alphabétique en fin de volume, il la fit précéder de son Epistola pro operis emendatione et pro ipsius Tabula miro artificio ordinata, datée de décembre 1480 et adressée à Francesco Raimondo du couvent San Apollonio près de Brescia. L'uvre de Nicolas de Lyre est fondée sur l'exégèse morale de la Bible. Ses travaux ont été particulièrement remarqués en Allemagne où ils auront le plus de répercussions, influençant les thèses de Martin Luther. Bien que dans son prologue au Moralia super totam Bibliam le franciscain affirme s'appuyer sur tous les niveaux de lecture employés alors (allégorique, littéraire, moral et mystique), ce sont ses interprétations littérales et allégoriques qui feront sa postérité. Versé dans l'hébreu, il s'appuie sur les textes judaïques aux sources de l'Ancien Testament, renouvelant ainsi les thèmes et les pratiques de l'exégèse chrétienne qui serviront de modèle à Martin Luther et à la Réforme. Cette inspiration valut au théologien protestant un épigramme de Julius Pflug en 1508?: Si Lyra non cantasset, Lutherus non saltasset («?Si la Lyre n'avait pas joué, Luther n'aurait pas dansé?»). Une mention manuscrite d'un ancien propriétaire, Don Octavius … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-01-02 04:21:59
Nicolas de LYRE
[INCUNABLE] LYRA Nicholas of (Lyranus Nicolaus)Moralia super totam Bibliam Paul Butzbach, Mantoue 29 April 1481, 190x270mm(7 1/2 x 10 5/8"), [280] ff [siga10, b6,c4,d-z8, A-J8, K6, L12], stiff vellumFirst Italian edition of the Franciscan Nicholas of Lyra's (1270-1349) famous moral commentary, the third edition of this work. The first was published in Cologne in 1478. The text, in Latin, used for this edition is the one revised by Ludovico della Torre (? - 1365) who added the alphabetical index at the end, preceded by his Epistola pro operis emendatione et pro ipsius Tabula miro artificio ordinata, dated December 1480 and addressed to Francesco Raimondo of the San Apollonio monastery near Brescia.Manuscript reference to a former owner, Don Octavius Feragnus Casalmaiorensis, dated 4 February 1598 at Cremona and noting the price of the book ("2 lira 5 solidi") as well as that of the binding ("1 lira 10 solidi").A very handsome printing by Paul Butzbach, based in Mantua, in Gothic Lettre Bastarde in 54 lines divided into two columns. The large illuminated initial at the beginning of the prologue takes up the entire height of the page and a whole column, with delicate flower motifs. Typical of the Northern Italian school, this initial is very fine: the artist has given it depth by heightening it with little light and dark touches, applied with a brush no more than two or three hairs thick. The gilt ground of the initial, the use of the color purple and the stark color palette all come directly from the Byzantine tradition of illumination, which would last in Italy more than in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-12-25 19:46:53
Plinio (Caius Plinius Secundus)
opus Magistri Philippi Veneti, 1481. 2° (cm. 32,4), 293 cc.nn. (di 294, manca la carta bianca b6 tra il libro primo ed il libro secondo). Carattere gotico su 59 righe, testo su due colonne, spazi per capilettera con letterine guida. Legatura in piena pelle con piatti originali impressi a secco e ds. rinnovato. Fili e titolo oro su tassello nero al ds. Esemplare a grandi margini con qualche sporadica brunitura e delicati restauri all’ultima carta. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore. Bell’esemplare di un rarissimo incunabolo nella traduzione di Cristoforo Landino. Goff, P802; IGI, 7894. La traduzione del Landino, pubblicata per la seconda volta in questa edizione, rappresenta una rilevante testimonianza del recupero di attenzione per gli Autori classici propria dell’età dell’Umanesimo. Il prezioso codice della Naturalis Historia dell’erudito romano Plinio il Vecchio oggi conservato nella Biblioteca Laurenziana di Firenze fu infatti acquistato a Lubecca da Cosimo il Vecchio ed affidato a Cristoforo Landino per la traduzione in volgare, pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1476. Il testo è suddiviso in 37 Libri (l’indice che costituisce il primo libro fu completato dal nipote Plinio il Giovane) che riguardano: descrizione dell’universo, geografia ed etnografia del mar Mediterraneo, antropologia, zoologia, botanica ed agricoltura, medicina e piante medicinali, medicamenti ricavati dagli animali, mineralogia.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-12-04 22:07:51
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus de.
Anton Koberger, 1481. Folio, 128 ll. unnumbered and unsigned [*2 a8-2 b8 c-r6 s8 t6 v8] plus additional leaf inserted before a1. Gothic letter, double column, spaces blank. Most of blank paper of first leaf cut away (as in BL copy) and replaced, probably at time of binding, 16 line text on verso rubricated, monogrammed 'S-C' in red and mounted, detailed C16 ms index on verso of next and following inserted blank, extensive contemporary and C16 scholarly marginalia throughout in at least two Germanic hands, slightly trimmed in places, extensive bibliographical notes of J. Niefert, 1807 on blank prelims. Slight age yellowing, a good, clean, wide margined copy in Northern European polished calf, spine in eight compartments richly gilt, c1700. Third edition and first printed north of the Alps of Platina's classic 'Lives of the Popes' from St. Peter up to the accession of Sixtus IV, in the form of individual biographies arranged chronologically. It became on of the great bestsellers of the 16th century. Elegantly written and full of remarkable information not easily found elsewhere, Platina's was the first systematic handbook of Papal history, undertaken at the behest of Sixtus who had suggested the work and who subsequently appointed Platina Prefect of the Vatican Library (the subject of a great fresco by Melozzo da Forli). Somewhat surprisingly therefore the 'Lives' is far from constituting a general Papal hagiography. It is venomous about Paul II, who had made Platina redundant from his position in the College of Abbreviators ("cruel and an enemy of science") and had him impri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2017-11-28 23:33:57
Schmid, Franz Vinzenz
Kl.8, XVI, 254 S., 1 Bl. Verbesserungen u. 7 Bl., 245 S., Kart. d. Zt. , Handschriftl. Rückenschildchen, Einbände min. fleckig u. berieben, in Teil 1 gestochenes Exlibris a. Vs., min. stockfleckiges, innen allg. frisches Ex. Jeweils EA. Enth.: Erster Theil, bis zur Errichtung des Sempacher Briefs in 1393 und Zweyter Theil, bis auf das Verkommniss zu Stanz in 1481. - Schmid, Franz Vinzenz, geboren 27.5.1758 Altdorf (UR), gestorben 8.5.1799 Flüelen, kath., Landmann von Uri. [...] 1773-77 Offizier im Regiment Castella in franz. Diensten. Ab 1778 Landesschützenmeister, ab 1782 Oberstlandeswachtmeister und Mitglied des Kriegsrats, als solcher mit der Ausbildung des Urner Militärs betraut. Ab 1784 Landschreiber, ab 1788 Geheimratssäckelmeister. 1792 Kommandant des Urner Hilfskontingents in Basel, danach Legationssekr. der urner. Repräsentantschaft in Basel, 1798 Major und Anführer der Urner Hilfstruppen in Unterwalden. S.s Einstellung gegenüber der Helvetik schwankte: Nachdem er zuerst eine Beamtung im Dienste des Kt. Waldstätten angenommen hatte, schwang er sich im April und Mai 1799 zum Führer eines Volksaufstands auf, wurde aber am Flüeler Ufer im Abwehrkampf gegen die Franzosen getötet. S. betätigte sich nebenbei als Historiker und Genealoge. Sein bedeutendstes Werk ist die allerdings unkrit. und überhöhende Urner Kantonsgeschichte, die bis 1481 reicht und sich durch einen heute noch benutzten Urkundenanhang auszeichnet (HLS).
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2017-11-08 13:27:38
ROLEWINCK (Werner)].
- [Venise], Erhard Ratdolt, 21 décembre 1481. Folio (250x200mm), 18th-century gilt vellum. Incunable illustré et d'une perfection achevée, le Fasciculus temporum est une habile compilation qui devait transmettre à des générations de lettrés les rudiments de l'histoire du Monde, depuis sa création jusqu'à la mort du sultan Mehmet II en mai 1481. L'édition italienne de 1481, préférée par Brunet à celles des imprimeurs allemands, est illustrée par 68 bois gravés au trait dans le texte, rehaussés de couleurs à l'époque. On distingue, entre autres Création du Monde, l'Arche de Noé surmontée d'un arc-en-ciel, la Tour de Babel etc. ainsi que nouvelles figures de villes et de monuments, parfois répétées.Séduisant exemplaire, conservé dans un vélin souple du XVIIIe siècle. Leg. brunissures dans la marge de quelques feuillets. Il présente dans les marges des notes manuscrites du XVIe siècle.Brunet II, 1187; Essling, Les Livres à figures vénitiens, I, 278. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Oslo Rare Books (NABF/ILAB) [Norway]
2017-10-24 02:26:36
[Turci].
1481. 4to. 22 ff. (a7, b8, c7: wants first and last blanks). 32 lines, Gothic type. Rubricated throughout, 3 four-line lombardic initials, red penwork decoration at beginning of text. Later cream-coloured calf in contemporary style, with blind rules and stamped cover title "Tractatus De Turcis". Third edition of this polemical treatise against the Ottomans. Mainly contains prophecies referring to the Turks (by Merlin, Cyrillus, Joachim of Fiore, St. Hildegarde, Catherine of Siena, Methodius, etc.). Also one of the earliest texts to mention Hungary, and one of the very few works printed by Zeninger: "Conrad Zeninger (from Mainz) produced a mere 10-odd books between 1480 and 1482" (cf. Halle 70). The prophecy referring to the King of Hungary (fol. a[5]r) is reprinted by Fraknói Vilmos, "Schlauch Lörincz szatmári püspöknek Török János által gyüjtött könyvtára", in: Magyar Könyvszemle 2 (1877), p. 77-90, at: 77f. (cf. Apponyi). The date is based on the mention of the death of Mehmet II on fol. A[4]v. - Some browning, with slight waterstain throughout in lower margin; first and final leaf washed. Slight paper flaw in fol. 1 (not touching text); final leaf restored. Faint traces of a later ms. page count are visible near the lower edge. Occasional 16th-century marginalia. A fine copy of this rare work, rubricated throughout. HC 15681. Goff T-503. GW M48133. BMC II, 460. BSB-Ink T-437. Oates 1077. Proctor 2229. Walsh I, 794. Pellechet 11154. Halle 70 (Newe Zeitungen), 11. Apponyi 10. Hohenemser 2169. Geldner I, 173.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2017-10-23 07:43:48
[Biblia latina - Nicolaus de Lyra].
[Venedig, Johann Herbort für Johann von Köln, Nicolas Jenson und Genossen, 31. VII. 1481]. Fol. Mit zahlr. eingemalten Initialen in Rot u. rubriziert. 52 nn Bll., (Got. Typ., 2 Kol., 53 bzw. 66 Zeilen, Text von Kommentar umgeben), Mod. Ppbd. Die vollständig schwer auffindbare Bibel umfasste insgesamt 1571 nn. Bll. und wurde meist in drei bis vier Bände gebunden. - Vorliegend die vollständigen Briefe des Apostels Paulus an die Christen in Philippi, Kolossä, Thessalonich (1. u. 2. Brief), Timotheus (1. u. 2. Brief), Titus, Philemon u. an die Hebräer aus dem Neuen Testament, beginnend mit „Incipit epistola ad Philippenses“ und endend „Postilla fratris Nicolai de lira sup eplas Pauli finit“. - Nikolaus von Lyra (um 1270/75-1349) wurde 1291 Franziskaner, dann Student und später Magister der Theologie in Paris. „1319 wurde er Ordensprovinzial von Frankreich und 1326 von Burgund. Er starb am 23. Oktober 1349 im Franziskanerkonvent in Paris. Wegen seiner hebräischen und rabbinischen Kenntnisse glaubte man, er sei jüdischer Herkunft gewesen. Sein fortlaufender Kommentar zur Bibel ‚Postillae perpetuae‘ (zw. 1322 und 1330 [...]) hat es - mehr als dies sonst im Mittelalter der Fall war - auf den Wortsinn abgesehen und geht auch speziell auf jüdisch-exegetische Traditionen (Raschi) ein. Dieser Bibelkommentar ist auch von Luther benutzt worden (‚Si Lyra non lyrasset, Lutherus non saltasset‘ [‚Hätte Lyra nicht gespielt, so hätte Luther nicht getanzt‘])“ (Wikipedia). - Etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Die gelbe Schnittfarbe tlw. etw. in den weißen Rand verlaufen. Vereinzelt kl. Wurmspuren im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-10-16 13:35:49
Turci].
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2017-10-16 13:02:26
Platina, Bartholomaeus (eig. B. Sacchi).
Nürnberg, Anton Koberger, 11. August 1481. Erste in Deutschland gedruckte Ausgabe, zuvor wohl nur einmal (1479 in Venedig) gedruckt. - Mit einem Vorwort des Autors an Papst Sixtus IV. sowie mit einem Widmungsbrief an den Autor von Hieronymus Squarzaficus. - Sehr frühe Ausgabe dieses überaus beliebten Werkes Platinas (Bartholomaeus Sacchi aus Piadena, d. i. Platina bei Cremona) über das Leben der Päpste, das noch bis ins 18. Jahrhundert wiederholt gedruckt wurde. Ab 1475 Präfekt der vatikanischen Bibliothek griff Platina für die ältere Papstgeschichte auf überlieferte Quellen zurück, für die Zeit von Eugen IV. bis Paul II. konnte er sich auf Augenzeugen und eigene Erfahrungen stützen. - Einband etw. beschabt u. bestoßen. Rücken unter Verwendung alten Materials erneuert. Innendeckel m. altem Eintrag u. gest. Exlibris (Theodore Low De Vinne; Mitbegründer des Grolier Clubs). Vorsatzbl. m. altem bibliogr. Eintrag. Das erste Bl. auf der leeren Vorderseite m. kl. zeitgen. Besitzvermerk, m. gekl. Einriß u. mit ergänzter Randfehlstelle im Bug oben (dadurch wenige Zeilen mit min. Textverlust). Durchgehend von alter Hand an der oberen Ecke paginiert und ebenso mit alter Durchnummerierung der Papstviten. Wenige Bll. mit Unterstreichungen bzw. kl. Marginalien von alter Hand bzw. kl. Wurmspuren im unteren weißen Rand. Vereinzelt schwach gebräunt, fleckig bzw. wasserrandig, sonst innen sauberes u. besonders seitlich u. unten breitrandiges Exemplar. - Hain/C. 13047; GW M33881; BMC II, 420; Goff P-769; BSB, Inkunabeln P-566; Hase, Koberger 446, 50. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. 128 nn. Bll … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 11:34:16
per Leonardum Wid de Ratisbona, Venetiis 1481 - Testo latino. Cm.27,7x18,6. Carte 240 non numerate, la prima bianca., presente nel nostro esemplare. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti, sbiaditi, al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Testo su due colonne, in carattere gotico. Spazi bianchi per iniziali con lettera guida. Restauri con listelli cartacei all'incipit e all'ultima carta. Alcune chiose quattrocentesche. Al verso della penultima carta il colophon: "Hic finis prime partis Sume Anthonini [?.] Impressionique dedite venetijs per Leonardum Wild de Ratisbona. M.cccc.lxxxi?? Alcuni forellini all'ultima carta, contenente il "Registrum prime partis? Segnature: a10, b8, c8, d8, e8, f6, g8, h8, i8, k8, l10, m8, n8, o8, p8, q10, r8, s8, t10, v8, x8, y8, z8, A8, B8, C8, D8, E10. Si tratta della terza edizione dell'opera principale del frate domenicano Antonino Pierozzi (Firenze, 1389-1459), meglio conosciuto come S. Antonino da Firenze. Figlio di un notaio fiorentino e discepolo del cardinale Giovanni Dominici, fu Priore di San Marco, e fu lui a commissionare a al Beato Angelico i sontuosi affreschi che ancora oggi si possono ammirare nel convento fiorentino. Nominato Arcivescovo di Firenze nel 1445, fuggì in Maremma e, ricondotto a forza in città, vi fece ingresso a piedi nudi in segno di umiltà. Fondatore della prima biblioteca pubblica d'Europa, fu strenuo difensore delle istituzioni repubblicane contro le mire accentratrici di Cosimo dei Medici. Lasciò varie opere, che attestano la sua posizione preminente nella vita religiosa del XV secolo. La "Summa Theologica … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [Italy]
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2017-10-11 14:38:31
LYRA, Nicolau de (Nicolas de Lyre, 1270-1349)
Venezia, Johann Herbort, de Seligenstadt (per Johannes de Colonia, Nicolaus Jenson et Socii) 1481 - Un volume di quattro, in folio (mm 298x208). Cc. [385]. Segnatura: Ee-Pp10 Qq8 Rr-Vv10 Xx8 Yy6 Zz-Ccc10 Ddd12 Eee10 Fff8 1-410 512 6-1210 13-148 *6. Presente solamente il piatto posteriore, in pergamena coeva. Aloni diffusi e qualche fioritura. Un po' sciolto. Spazi bianchi per iniziali con lettere guida, testo su due colonne. Note manoscritte su diverse carte, alla carta Ee2 timbro della "Pubblica libreria di Pad." e firma di possesso. Restauro al margine inferiore della carta Bbb9. Il volume contiene il Nuovo Testamento: i tre vangeli sinottici e quello di Giovanni, le Epistole, gli Atti degli apostoli e l'Apocalisse. Goff, B-611; HC, 3164*; BMC, V, 301; GW, 4286. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas
2017-10-06 20:28:32
Missale Benedictinum.
1481. Hain/Cop./Reichl. 11267; BMC I, 174; Goff M 631; Geldner, Bamberg Nr. 15; Meyer-Baer 207.- Der erste datierte Bamberger Druck, zugleich das erste für den Benediktinerorden gedruckte Missale, einer der bedeutendsten Drucke aus der Offizin Sendenschmidt.- Bei vorliegendem Exemplar fehlen am Anfang 4 unn. Bll. (*1-4) und ein w. Bl. (a1); vorhanden sind die num. Bll. I-CXXIX (a2-n10) u. (der Lagenformel nach im lückenlosen Anschluss) CXXXII-CXLI (o1-10; dieselben Bll. sind beim Exemplar der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek korrekt CXXX-CXXXIX foliiert); nun fehlen zwei w. Bll. o11 u. o12, von denen eines das geschnittene oder gemalte Kanonbild trug; vorhanden wiederum sind die num. Bll. CXLII-CCLVI (p1-C7), am Schluss fehlt das num. Bl. CCLII (C8) mit dem Kolophon.- Die Te igitur-Initiale auf Bl. CXLII (p1) mit Darstellung der Opferung Isaaks in schönem zeitgenössischen Kolorit.- Foliierung gelegentlich angeschnitten, trotzdem breitrandig, mit gelegentlichen Temoins, die erste Seite angeschmutzt, sonst nur gering fleckig, wenige Wurmspuren, mehrere Bll. (besonders im Kanonteil) mit Ausbesserungen, diese jedoch meist nur im w. Rand, bei 5 Bll. geringer Textverlust (bei Bl. CCIX verso auch Verlust der eingemalten Federwerk-Initiale).- Exlibris E. Ph. Goldschmidt. Gewicht in Gramm: 500
Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Schramm e.K. [Kiel, Germany]
2017-09-21 15:06:08
RIVOLI, DUC DE [VICTOR MASSENA]
1481. Paris: Rothschild. 1896. XXII; 350 pagine. Cinque tavole fuori testo e numerosissime illustrazioni nel testo. 41x31 cm.Rilegatura in mezza pergamena e angoli con qualche strappo ed alcune abrasioni; tassello sul dorso. Leggere bruniture e qualche piccola macchia all'interno. Conservate le belle copertine editoriali. [M238] Monumentale e documentatissima opera, tirata in 300 esemplari numerati (n. 147) e corredata da un imponente apparato iconografico, senza dubbio la migliore mai pubblicata sull'argomento. Victor Masséna (Parigi, 1836 - 1910), principe di Essling e terzo duca di Rivoli, figlio dell'ornitologo e collezionista François-Victor e nipote di André, il celebre Maresciallo di Napoleone, fu amante della cultura italiana e appassionato bibliofilo. Insieme al suo bibliotecario Charles Gérard pubblicò numerosi dottissimi studi sull'argomento.
Bookseller: Libreria Scarpignato
2017-09-18 08:15:19
VITTORI (VETTORI), Benedetto.
Durling 4657; ICCU 003584; cf. Bird 2385 (first issue); Heirs of Hippocrates 188. Reissue of the "second edition" (actually the third) of a comprehensive collection of empirical remedies for a wide range of illnesses, by the Italian philosopher and professor of medicine Benedetto Vittori (1481-1561), who wrote "one of the first books on medical theory to be published during the Renaissance ..." (Heirs of Hippocrates). Vittori's medicines are followed by a text by Camillo Tomai on the "rational treatment" of diseases (pp. 393-459), first published in 1549 by the Aldine press. Included at the end is a brief treatise called Trotula, dealing with women's diseases and conditions often occurring during menstruation, pregnancy or after childbirth (pp.460-525), probably partly based on the medieval trotula-texts.With an owner's inscription on title-page and occasionally some notes in the margins. Some marginal water stains (especially on the title-page), slightly browned and some occasional spots and thumbing; a good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Netherlands]
2017-08-25 19:37:23
Turci].
Nuremberg, Conrad Zeninger, [after 3 May] 1481. 4to. 22 ff. (a7, b8, c7: wants first and last blanks). 32 lines, Gothic type. Rubricated throughout, 3 four-line lombardic initials, red penwork decoration at beginning of text. Later cream-coloured calf in contemporary style, with blind rules and stamped cover title "Tractatus De Turcis". Third edition of this polemical treatise against the Ottomans. Mainly contains prophecies referring to the Turks (by Merlin, Cyrillus, Joachim of Fiore, St. Hildegarde, Catherine of Siena, Methodius, etc.). Also one of the earliest texts to mention Hungary, and one of the very few works printed by Zeninger: "Conrad Zeninger (from Mainz) produced a mere 10-odd books between 1480 and 1482" (cf. Halle 70). The prophecy referring to the King of Hungary (fol. a[5]r) is reprinted by Fraknói Vilmos, "Schlauch Lörincz szatmári püspöknek Török János által gyüjtött könyvtára", in: Magyar Könyvszemle 2 (1877), p. 77-90, at: 77f. (cf. Apponyi). The date is based on the mention of the death of Mehmet II on fol. A[4]v. - Some browning, with slight waterstain throughout in lower margin; first and final leaf washed. Slight paper flaw in fol. 1 (not touching text); final leaf restored. Faint traces of a later ms. page count are visible near the lower edge. Occasional 16th-century marginalia. A fine copy of this rare work, rubricated throughout. HC 15681. Goff T-503. GW M48133. BMC II, 460. BSB-Ink T-437. Oates 1077. Proctor 2229. Walsh I, 794. Pellechet 11154. Halle 70 (Newe Zeitungen), 11. Apponyi 10. Hohenemser 2169. Geldner I, 173. [Attributes: Hard Cover … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-08-05 09:38:04
VITTORI (VETTORI), Benedetto.
Durling 4657; ICCU 003584; cf. Bird 2385 (first issue); Heirs of Hippocrates 188. Reissue of the "second edition" (actually the third) of a comprehensive collection of empirical remedies for a wide range of illnesses by the Italian philosopher and professor of medicine Benedetto Vittori (1481-1561), who wrote "one of the first books on medical theory to be published during the Renaissance ..." (Heirs of Hippocrates). Vittori's medicines are followed by a text by Camillo Tomai on the "rational treatment" of deseases (pp. 393-459), first published in 1549 by the Aldine press. Included at the end is a brief treatise called Trotula, dealing with women's diseases and conditions often occurring during menstruation, pregnancy or after childbirth (pp.460-525), probably partly based on the medieval trotula-texts.With an owner's inscription on title-page and occasionally some notes in the margins. Some marginal water stains (especially on the title-page), slightly browned and some occasional spots and thumbing; a good copy.
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2017-07-25 10:30:00
CATULLUS
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2017-07-23 23:50:47
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2017-07-23 23:50:47
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2017-07-23 23:50:47
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2017-07-23 23:50:47
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Reggio Emilia: Albertus de Mazalibus and Prosper Odoardus, [13 Sept.?] 1481. 322 x 204 mm. (12 5/8 x 8"). [106] leaves (the last blank). Contemporary wooden boards backed with blind-tooled calf, upper cover with indentations where catches used to be. Capitals struck with red, paragraph marks and two- and three-line initials in blue or red, four-line opening initial in blue with red penwork embellishment and extension. Inside front board with bookplate of Leo S. Olschki. Goff T-367; BMC VII, 1087; Dibdin, Bibliotheca Spenceriana I, 151; Moss I, 257. Leather and boards somewhat rubbed and scratched, short split to leather along head edge of rear board, but the rustic original binding quite solid and with considerable antique charm. Mild thumbing and smudges to first two leaves, two or three small marginal spots, otherwise AN EXTREMELY FINE COPY INTERNALLY, very smooth, clean, and bright, and with text awash in an ocean of margin. This is a rare edition of the first century B.C. Roman elegiac poets Catullus, Tibullus, and Propertius, and it comes from a press whose work is very rare in general: it is the earliest of just four works ISTC records from the Northern Italian workshop of Albertus de Mazalibus, and the only one issued in partnership with Prosper Odoardus. Moss says this edition is held "in considerable estimation" and "is not to be procured without difficulty," and Dibdin calls it "an handsome volume, printed in a neat roman type." The work of Catullus, one of the three great Latin lyricists (with Horace and Virgil), is superior here in its intensity and technic … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-07-23 09:36:32
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2017-07-23 09:36:32
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