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2017-10-16 12:30:06
[INCUNABLE] / TORQUEMADA (Juan de)
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 12:29:48
PTOLEMAEUS CLAUDIUS
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-16 12:10:13
NICOLAS DE LYRE.
VENEZIA, FRANCESCO RENNER, 1482-1483. Due opere in quattro tomi in-folio: 431 cc. (la prima bianca, il quaderno h è di 11 cc.) - 150 cc. (Additiones), la c. 124 bianca; cc. 1-194 (la segnatura 1-10.8 precede per errore A-K.8) - 195-468 cc.- 311 cc., ultima bianca assente. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena con angoli, piatti in carta decorata, titoli manoscritti ai dorsi, tagli a spruzzo (fori di tarlo non gravi al piatto posteriore del IV tomo). Esemplare interamente rubricato in rosso e blu, testo su due colonne; innumerevoli postille d'antica mano lungo tutto il testo, alcune al margine esterno leggermente rifilate; nel I tomo postille più brevi di diversa, più antica grafia; indici di mano settecentesca ai risguardi posteriori. Cinque ex libris "Iohannes Jacobus Polatus ex Grassis pleb." posti in corrispondenza dell'antica suddivisione dei volumi. Gore ad alcune carte, in particolare dei tomi I e III, forellini di tarlo alle ultime cc. del tomo IV, ma buon esemplare. Bella edizione veneziana, rara da trovare completa e in buono stato (cfr. BMC S.t.), della Bibbia con il commento di Nicolas de Lyre e l'aggiunta delle Additiones di Paulus Burgensis, che nel nostro esemplare si trovano all'inizio del secondo tomo. Nicolas de Lyre (1279-1349) fu uno dei principali esegeti del testo biblico del Medio Evo. Professore alla Sorbona, divenne capo dell'ordine francescano francese. Le sue Postille al testo sacro furono il primo commento biblico mai stampato (editio princeps: Roma 1471). Il suo metodo dà particolare importanza al sensus litteralis, fornendo una lettura che, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-12 20:49:38
Sacrobosco, Johannes de (ca. 1195 ? ca. 1256 A.D.); Regiomontanus, Johannes (1436-1476); Peurbach, Georg von (1423-1461)
Erhard Ratdolt, 6 July, Venice, 1482. Quarto: 60 lvs. Collation: a-g8, h4. 30-31 lines, Gothic type Renaissance Science and its Medieval Antecedents A fine copy of Erhard Ratdolt?s beautiful printing of Sacrobosco?s ?Sphere?, the core astronomical textbook from the Middle Ages to the early 16th century. This edition is the first to include key texts by two of the most influential 15th c. astronomers: Johannes Regiomontanus and Georg Peurbach. Working in the vein of the Renaissance humanists, Peurbach and his student Regiomontanus sought out the extant scientific writings of antiquity, the classical foundations of medieval European and Arabic science. Both men gleaned what they could from ancient authorities but more importantly, moved the science forward, adjusting, correcting, and often discrediting their ancient and medieval predecessors, while performing new scientific investigations of astronomical phenomena. These investigations led to important innovations, placing Renaissance astronomy on a new path.The first of the two supplemental texts in this volume, Peurbach?s ?Theoricae Novae Planetarum? (New Theories of the Planets), eventually came to replace Sacrobosco?s ?Sphere? and another 13th c. text, the ?Theorica planetarum communis? (Universal Theory of the Planets), attributed to Gerard of Cremona. Composed about 1454, Peurbach based his ?Theoricae? on the familiar teachings of Ptolemy, Al-Battani, Al-Farghani and caliph Al-Mammun?s astronomer, whose name is unknown. The word ?novae? in the title is not meant to refer to a completely new theory but only to emphasize … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus Early Books & Manuscripts [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2017-10-05 10:54:39
Ptolemaeus, Claudius [translated by Angelus, Jacobus, edited by Germanus, Nicolaus].
1482. Double-page woodcut map, fine original hand-colour, with near-contemporary manuscript vignette illustrations of an Ababeel bird, Makkah and Kaaba in pen and wash heightened in gold. 414 by 572 mm. The first-ever printed woodcut map of the Arabian peninsula, here in original hand colour and adorned with unique, hand-drawn illumination added by a contemporary artist. The map was published in the first atlas printed outside Italy; it was the first atlas to be illustrated with woodcut maps. Remarkably, the hand-drawn vignette illustrations include a depiction of the relief of Makkah, besieged by Abrahah, through the Ababeel birds, who pelted the attacking army of war elephants with burning stones from the pits of the fires of hell. The image shows a gigantic blue-and-gilt Ababeel bird above the city, engulfed in flames - not only one of the earliest depictions of Makkah but also an amazing example of cross-cultural exchange of narratives during the early Renaissance, proving a Western illustrator's familiarity with a Middle Eastern tradition famously referenced in the Qur'an (sura 105, known as al-Fil, The Elephant): "Wa 'arsala 'Aalayhim tayran 'Ababeel, Tarmeehim bihijaratin min sijjeel" ("And He sent against them birds in flocks, Striking them with stones of burning clay"). No other example with these illustrations of Makkah is known, nor are they contained in any printed edition of Ptolemy. Campbell, Earliest Printed Maps, p. 179-210. Schreiber 5032. Tibbetts 8 (p. 37). The Heritage Library, Islamic Treasures, s. v. "Maps". Cf. Heritage Library, Qatar, p. 8f (illustra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-05 10:53:34
PTOLEMAEUS CLAUDIUS
1482. Woodcut, mm 320x540, original colour. One of the earliest printed maps ever produced. Claudius Ptolemaeus (known as Ptolemy) was a roman cartographer of the II century a.C. He records the Roman World and his maps are best displayed in the famous maps engraved for Leonhardt Holle's edition of "Geographia" published, in two editions in Ulm, southern Germany. The atlas was the first published outside Italy, the first in woodblock. This map shows the area east of the Caspian and north of India, identified by their ancient names - Scithia, Bactriana, Sogdiana and Sacha Regio. Restoration at centerfold, otherwise a very good example of the earliest period of cartographic history.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-10-05 10:49:29
Susone Enrico (Seuse Heinrich)
- ICCU 024365 (nur ein Exemplar in Italien: Bibl. Bertoliana Vicenza); nicht im WorldCat.- Erste italienische Übersetzung der Autobiographie des "cantore della mistica tedesca" und "ultimo poeta dell'alto medioevo tedesco" Heinrich Seuse (1295-1366) durch Scippione Buri. Der Dominikaner mußte sich auf einem Generalkapitel in den Niederlanden 1330 gegen den Vorwurf ketzerischer Lehren verteidigen, widmete sich ganz der Seelsorge, besonders in der Schweiz u. am Oberrhein. "Seuse ist der Dichter unter den dt. Mystikern, dessen Schriften einen großen Bilder- u. Gefühlsreichtum bezeugen. Die Kenntnis seiner Werke verdanken wir hauptsächlich seiner geistlichen Tochter Elsbeth Stagel in Töss, die an der Redaktion seiner ,Vita' beteiligt war, Gespräche mit ihm niederschrieb u. seine Briefe sammelte. Seine ,Vita' ist die erste geistliche Selbstbiographie in dt. Sprache." (BBKL IX, 1482).- Tls. leicht fleckig, vorderer Innendeckel mit großer Bezugsfehlstelle, Ebd. fleckig u. etw. knittrig, vord. Ecke mit Bezugsfehlstelle.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2017-09-26 20:10:57
NICOLAUS GERMANUS.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-09-26 20:09:55
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al Saqr 'Abd Al-'Aziz Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-09-26 20:09:52
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al Saqr 'Abd Al-'Aziz Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Ali (Alchabitius).
Venice, Erhard Ratdolt, 16. I. 1482. 4to. 32 ff. Title page printed in red and black. With 2 woodcut diagrams and 8 tables in the text; white-vine initials in two sizes, lombardic initials (many coloured in red). Rubricated. Recent full vellum. Second edition of the author's principal work, originally published at Mantua in 1473. Al-Qabisi (also known as "Alchabitus" in the Latin tradition) flourished in Aleppo, Syria, in the middle of the 10th century. Although his education was primarily in geometry and astronomy, his principal surviving treatise, "Madkhal" (here in the Latin translation of Joanis Hispalensis prepared in 1144), is an introductory exposition of some of the fundamental principles of genethlialogy (the astrological science of casting nativities, or divination as to the destinies of newborns). The "Madkhal" in its Latin version was published many times in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. - Bookplate of joint collectors Rudolf Hugo Driessen (1873-1957) and Caroline E. F. Kleyn (1883-1933). Outer margin of first leaf slightly frayed; marginal annotation in red ink on its verso (slightly trimmed by binder's knife). Very rare; last sold at an international auction in 1996. HC 616*. Goff A-362. GW 843. Essling 294. Sander 216. Sajó-Soltész 120. Walsh 1804. Oates 1747. Proctor 4382. BMC V 285, XII, 19. BSB-Ink A-232. Cf. Scientific Treasures, p. 31 (ed. 1512). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-08-22 12:03:20
Philippus de Barberiis:
Rom, Georg Herolt und Sixtus Riessinger, um 1482. Type 2, 3 und 4. Einspaltiges O-Inkunabelblatt mit einem 3/4seitigen Holzschnitt von Sixtus Riessinger. Blatt mit einigen altkolorierten Schmuckelementen im Holzschnitt, Wasserzeichen: Vogel. Im Holzschnittrahmen mit dem Drucker-Signe Pfeil im Bogen von Riessinger. Blattgröße: 10,9 x 17 cm. - - - Sixtus Riessinger erlernte den Buchdruck wohl bei Johannes Mentelin in Straßburg. Als er 1465 nach Rom kam, war er Geistlicher und Drucker. Zwischen 1470 und 1478 druckte er in Neapel und kehrte 1479 nach Rom zurück. Die 13 Holzschnitte zu Discordantiae sanctorum stammen wohl von Riessingers eigener Hand. Der Holzschnitt mit der Sibylle Persica trägt sein Drucker-Signe Pfeil im Bogen. Er starb nach 1502. --- Eine Sibylle weissagt die Zukunft. Die archaischen Ursprünge der Sibylle liegen vermutlich im Orient. Die Wurzeln ihrer Verehrung sind möglicherweise in Kleinasien im Umfeld von Mysterienkulten einer "Erdmutter", wie Kybele, zu suchen. Die ursprüngliche Verbindung der Sibylle mit Erdgottheiten zeigt sich oft an ihrem Aufenthaltsort, an einem Felsblock, Felsspalt oder in einer Felsenhöhle, der Sibyllengrotte. Es gibt zwei archäologisch erfasste Sibyllen-Grotten, wobei diese relativ jüngeren Datums sind, denn sie stammen aus römischer Zeit. Heute noch kann man in Cumae, in der Nähe von Neapel, eine Sibyllen-Grotte besichtigen. In der Orakelstätte zu Delphi in Griechenland findet sich außerhalb des Tempels und Sitz des Orakels, ein Fels, der "Fels der Sibylle". In Rom entwickelte sich der offizielle Kult der Sibyllinischen Bücher a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-08-22 12:02:31
Philippus de Barberiis:
Rom Georg Herolt und Sixtus Riessinger um Type 2 3 und 4, 1482. Einspaltiges O-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei 3/4seitigen Holzschnitten von Sixtus Riessinger. Blatt mit einigen altkolorierten Schmuckelementen im Holzschnitt, Wasserzeichen: Tuchschere. Blattgröße: 12,4 x 18,7 cm. - - - Sixtus Riessinger erlernte den Buchdruck wohl bei Johannes Mentelin in Straßburg. Als er 1465 nach Rom kam, war er Geistlicher und Drucker. Zwischen 1470 und 1478 druckte er in Neapel und kehrte 1479 nach Rom zurück. Die 13 Holzschnitte zu Discordantiae sanctorum stammen wohl von Riessingers eigener Hand. Der Holzschnitt mit der Sibylle Persica trägt sein Drucker-Signe Pfeil im Bogen. Er starb nach 1502. --- Eine Sibylle weissagt die Zukunft. Die archaischen Ursprünge der Sibylle liegen vermutlich im Orient. Die Wurzeln ihrer Verehrung sind möglicherweise in Kleinasien im Umfeld von Mysterienkulten einer "Erdmutter", wie Kybele, zu suchen. Die ursprüngliche Verbindung der Sibylle mit Erdgottheiten zeigt sich oft an ihrem Aufenthaltsort, an einem Felsblock, Felsspalt oder in einer Felsenhöhle, der Sibyllengrotte. Es gibt zwei archäologisch erfasste Sibyllen-Grotten, wobei diese relativ jüngeren Datums sind, denn sie stammen aus römischer Zeit. Heute noch kann man in Cumae, in der Nähe von Neapel, eine Sibyllen-Grotte besichtigen. In der Orakelstätte zu Delphi in Griechenland findet sich außerhalb des Tempels und Sitz des Orakels, ein Fels, der "Fels der Sibylle". In Rom entwickelte sich der offizielle Kult der Sibyllinischen Bücher als weitere Form der Deutung. Sie sind eine Sammlung von überlieferten … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-08-06 14:48:15
[CAXTON, William] HIGDEN, Ranulph
Westminster : William Caxton, 1482. Single leaf, 274 x 206 mm, rubricated in red with marginalia, further marginalia in black ink, light soiling, else fine. Framed. A specimen leaf from England's first printer, William Caxton. Born in Kent some time between 1415 and 1424, Caxton moved to London in the mid-1430s and was apprenticed to a cloth dealer, Robert Large. Around 1445 he moved to Bruges and became a successful businessman and diplomat for King Edward IV, later moving to Cologne where he translated Lefevre's Recuyell of the Histories of Troy, and, after learning the art of printing, published it as a book in 1473-74, the first book printed in the English language. Caxton returned to England and set up a printing press at Westminster in 1476, where he printed Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales, the first book printed in England. Caxton went on to print over 100 early books, mostly in English, including Higden's Polychronicon, a universal history of the world as known at the time. A fine example of fifteenth century printing in English by England's first printer, presented framed to hang in a library.
Bookseller: Douglas Stewart Fine Books [Melbourne, Australia]
2017-07-27 21:10:16
Guillelmus Parisiensis (Johannes Herolt):
Augsburg, Johann Blaubirer, 1482. Type 1. Einspaltiges 33-zeiliges Original-Inkunabelblatt mit zwei Holzschnittlombarden auf festem Papier. Blatt etwas wasserrandig. Blattgröße: 19,5 x 28,1 cm. Incunabula text leaf. Blaubirer stammt möglicherweise aus Blaubeuren und hatte den Familiennamen Heidegker. Er ist in Augsburg mit Drucken zwischen 1481 und 1486 nachweisbar. Seine Type ist der Type 2 Günther Zainers sehr ähnlich ( vgl. Geldner I, 144). Der Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke verzeichnet von Johann Blaubirer, 62 Drucke.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-07-22 08:14:52
Claudius Ptolemaeus
Amsterdam: Israel, 1482 [1963]. Amsterdam: Israel. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1482 [1963]. Hardcover. 13:9781854221032 . Ex-Library; b/w; 280 pages; Book Details: (THEATRUM ORBIS TERRARUM, publisher). Claudius Ptolemaeus Cosmographia Ulm 1482. Amsterdam: N. Israel, 1963. Folio. Introduction by R. A. Skelton. Small inked library stamp. Publisher's cloth. 32 double-page maps, reprint of the Ulm 1482 edition, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1st series, vol. I, Israel, Amsterdam [1963]. 17.5 x 12", 8 pounds. .
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) IOBA [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 04:05:59
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Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 04:05:59
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Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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2017-07-22 04:05:59
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Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-07-20 19:33:05
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al Saqr 'Abd Al-'Aziz Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 19:33:05
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al Saqr 'Abd Al-'Aziz Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Ali (Alchabitius).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-20 19:33:05
Al-Qabisi, Abu Al Saqr 'Abd Al-'Aziz Ibn 'Uthman Ibn 'Ali (Alchabitius).
Venice, Erhard Ratdolt, 16. I. 1482. - 4to. 32 ff. Title page printed in red and black. With 2 woodcut diagrams and 8 tables in the text; white-vine initials in two sizes, lombardic initials (many coloured in red). Rubricated. Recent full vellum. Second edition of the author's principal work, originally published at Mantua in 1473. Al-Qabisi (also known as "Alchabitus" in the Latin tradition) flourished in Aleppo, Syria, in the middle of the 10th century. Although his education was primarily in geometry and astronomy, his principal surviving treatise, "Madkhal" (here in the Latin translation of Joanis Hispalensis prepared in 1144), is an introductory exposition of some of the fundamental principles of genethlialogy (the astrological science of casting nativities, or divination as to the destinies of newborns). The "Madkhal" in its Latin version was published many times in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. - Bookplate of joint collectors Rudolf Hugo Driessen (1873-1957) and Caroline E. F. Kleyn (1883-1933). Outer margin of first leaf slightly frayed; marginal annotation in red ink on its verso (slightly trimmed by binder's knife). Very rare; last sold at an international auction in 1996. HC 616*. Goff A-362. GW 843. Essling 294. Sander 216. Sajó-Soltész 120. Walsh 1804. Oates 1747. Proctor 4382. BMC V 285, XII, 19. BSB-Ink A-232. Cf. Scientific Treasures, p. 31 (ed. 1512). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2017-07-01 20:24:26
Christine Schneider (Autor)
Das EPU-Labor: Einführung in die invasive elektrophysiologische Untersuchung [Gebundene Ausgabe] von Christine Schneider (Autor) Das EPU-Labor Kardiologie Angiologie Assistenzpersonal EKG Elektrophysiologie Herzrhythmusstörungen Kardiologisch Katheterablation Rhythmologie Kardiologe EPU HumanMedizin Klinische Fächer AllgeminMedizin Kliniken Facharzt Klinik und Praxis Innere Medizin Diese Einführung in die invasive elektrophysiologische Untersuchung (EPU) ist sowohl als Nachschlagewerk als auch zur Unterstützung bei der Einarbeitung des Assistenzpersonals und junger Ärzte im EPU-Labor konzipiert. Sie führt den Leser in verständlicher Sprache und mit vielen farbigen Abbildungen - insbesondere anhand zahlreicher EKG-Beispiele - schrittweise an die einzelnen Komponenten einer elektrophysiologischen Untersuchung heran. Das Buch vermittelt Praxistipps zu allen gängigen Methoden einschließlich der kurativen Katheterablation. Kapitel zu den technischen und personellen Voraussetzungen im EPU-Labor sowie wichtigen Gesetzen, Verordnungen und Leitlinien runden die Information ab. Dieser Leitfaden bietet damit dem Assistenzpersonal die Möglichkeit, sich das notwendige Wissen anzueignen, um die diagnostischen und therapeutischen Eingriffe im EPU-Labor optimal vorbereiten und durchführen zu können.Christine Schneider, Stuttgart (BW), ist Diplom-Biologin mit Schwerpunkt Botanik und Lektorin für Naturführer und Fachbücher. Inhalt: Allgemeines über die EPU.- Das Herz.- Oberflächen-EKG.- Intrakardiales EKG.- Interpretation des EKG und Vermessen der Leitungszeiten im Sinusrhythmus.- Stimulationsprotokoll.- Rhythmusstörungen.- Mapping.- Katheterablation.- Komplikationen und Notfallausrüstung.- Technische Voraussetzungen für eine EPU.- Vorbereitungen zur EPU.- Aufgabenfelder und Arbeitsvoraussetzungen für das EPU-Assistenzpersonal Sprache deutsch Maße 193 x 270 mm Einbandart gebunden Klinik und Praxis Innere Medizin Kardiologie Angiologie Assistenzpersonal EKG Elektrophysiologie EPU Huma
Steinkopff. Diese Einführung in die invasive elektrophysiologische Untersuchung (EPU) ist sowohl als Nachschlagewerk als auch zur Unterstützung bei der Einarbeitung des Assistenzpersonals und junger Ärzte im EPU-Labor konzipiert. Sie führt den Leser in verständlicher Sprache und mit vielen farbigen Abbildungen - insbesondere anhand zahlreicher EKG-Beispiele - schrittweise an die einzelnen Komponenten einer elektrophysiologischen Untersuchung heran. Das Buch vermittelt Praxistipps zu allen gängigen Methoden einschließlich der kurativen Katheterablation. Kapitel zu den technischen und personellen Voraussetzungen im EPU-Labor sowie wichtigen Gesetzen, Verordnungen und Leitlinien runden die Information ab. Dieser Leitfaden bietet damit dem Assistenzpersonal die Möglichkeit, sich das notwendige Wissen anzueignen, um die diagnostischen und therapeutischen Eingriffe im EPU-Labor optimal vorbereiten und durchführen zu können.Christine Schneider, Stuttgart (BW), ist Diplom-Biologin mit Schwerpunkt Botanik und Lektorin für Naturführer und Fachbücher. Inhalt: Allgemeines über die EPU.- Das Herz.- Oberflächen-EKG.- Intrakardiales EKG.- Interpretation des EKG und Vermessen der Leitungszeiten im Sinusrhythmus.- Stimulationsprotokoll.- Rhythmusstörungen.- Mapping.- Katheterablation.- Komplikationen und Notfallausrüstung.- Technische Voraussetzungen für eine EPU.- Vorbereitungen zur EPU.- Aufgabenfelder und Arbeitsvoraussetzungen für das EPU-Assistenzpersonal Sprache deutsch Maße 193 x 270 mm Einbandart gebunden Klinik und Praxis Innere Medizin Kardiologie Angiologie Assistenzpersonal EKG … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
2017-06-23 20:42:43
Benjamin P. Kurtz, Oscar Lewis; William Caxton; Ranulf Higden
San Francisco: Grabhorn Press for the Book Club of California,, 1482, 1938. First edition. Hardcover. Near Fine/very good. San Francisco: Grabhorn Press for the Book Club of California,, 1482, 1938. First edition. Near Fine/very good. Lovely copy still in the un-printed plain dust wrapper. Contents fine, fresh and free of markings, no foxing at all. The leaf from 1482 is complete, no tears and has some edge staining (as mounted in 1938), hinged mounts still holding nicely. Quarter cream cloth boards, brown paper sides decorated with Caxton's device on front and back, printed paper title label on spine. All near fine (minor depressed spot on front board, no bumps, very fresh looking, including the paper label spine which looks about as new). The dust wrapper (plain white, no lettering) is age toned and has a couple of small closed tears, still doing a fine job protecting the book. Printed in Deepdene Text typeface on mould-made paper. No bookplates or signs of previous ownership, very clean. Nice copy, desirable both as a Grabhorn and as a Leaf Book. Hamel and Silver, Disbound & Disbersed 76.
Bookseller: Blue Sky Rare Books
2017-06-22 10:50:29
BIBLE IN LATIN
Venice: Franciscus Renner, de Heilbronn, 1482-83. n. This item is a major achievement for a printer whose work was distinguished by the production of a number of important Bibles. Renner was responsible for at least two biblical firsts. In 1475, his folio edition was the first Latin Bible printed in Venice, and his 1480 Bible was the first quarto Venetian printing (it seems from Goff to be only the second Bible to be printed anywhere in that format). The present set is of considerable interest as a very well preserved incunabular Bible, and it is textually important as being only the second Bible with the "Postillae Literales" of Nicholas of Lyra, originally printed by Sweynheym and Pannartz in 1471. But apart from its condition and text, our Bible is of extraordinary interest because of the striking rubrication and especially the elaborate pious drawings seen here. The two illustrations of bleeding crosses constitute rare and striking manifestations of the tradition of what is known as the affective piety movement of the late Middle Ages, when there was an increased identification among mystics with the pain felt by Christ on the cross, and an attempt to experience the stigmata through meditation. Many of these mystics were women, often nuns. The devotion to Christ's passion evinced by our illustrations, combined with the naïve style, which argues that the artist had not received as much formal training in painting as men received in monasteries, make it not unlikely that they are the work of a cloistered woman. The decoration here is closely related to a group of German c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
2017-06-19 18:19:03
A PRINTED LEAF FROM CAXTON'S FIRST EDITION OF THE POLYCRONICON IN ENGLISH
[Westminster: William Caxton, 1482]. The "Polycronicon" of Ranulf Higden (or Higdon, ca. 1299-1363), a monk of Chester, is a world history, based principally on the Bible. This popular work, originally in Latin, was first rendered into English by our translator, John of Trevisa, and his version is of considerable interest to scholars for its English usage. Our leaf, from the fourth book, chapter 12, relates the time of of the Emperor Domitian, who was suceeded by the "mylde prynce" Nerva. This chapter also notes that John the Baptist was able to return to Ephesus from Patmos under the latter's rule.. 275 x 210 mm. (11 x 8 1/4"). 40 lines and headline, gothic type. With rubrics in red, red paragraph flourishes, and two two-line initials in red. A few marginal notes in brown ink, in a contemporary hand. Duff 172; Goff H-267; STC 13438. Lightly toned and with some light marginal stains, quarter-inch tear to fore-edge, but still a very pleasing specimen with nice, wide margins. The "Polycronicon" of Ranulf Higden (or Higdon, ca. 1299-1363), a monk of Chester, is a world history, based principally on the Bible. This popular work, originally in Latin, was first rendered into English by our translator, John of Trevisa, and his version is of considerable interest to scholars for its English usage. Our leaf, from the fourth book, chapter 12, relates the time of of the Emperor Domitian, who was suceeded by the "mylde prynce" Nerva. This chapter also notes that John the Baptist was able to return to Ephesus from Patmos under the latter's rule.
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Mediev
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
ZEHENTNER, Paul.
De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 1482 (Zehentner 3); VD17, 12:108154N (8 copies); WorldCat (5 copies). First and only edition of a Latin edifying text on moral and religious issues by the Jesuit Paul Zehentner (1589-1648), preacher at the Graz court of the widow of the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand II and teacher of grammar, the humanities and the Holy Scripture at Millestadt in Austria. It was intended to highlight the dangers of licentious behaviour and provides our first known reference to the tragedy of Leontius, a play Zehentner saw at the Jesuit University in Ingolstadt in 1615, and which was to serve as a prototype for the Don Juan legend (Keefe, Mozart studies, p. 140). Zehentner dedicated the book to Leonardus Helfridus, Count at Maggau, 26 October 1643, and received a privilege from the Holy Roman Emperor Ferdinand III. Of special interest is the beautiful contemporary binding, probably made in Austria, but inspired by French bindings of the period.With an early owner's inscription and a 19th-century library stamp and bookplate. With occasional minor browning and in the last few pages some marginal worm holes and stains, none approaching the text. With a small chip at the head of the spine and a small hole restored in the front board, and lacking the ties, but the binding is still in good condition, with the tooling crisp and clear. A beautifully bound copy of a rare Jesuit work warning of the consequences of licentiousness.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-17 17:53:38
Laurent, René.
Bruxelles, Archives générales du Royaume, 1993, 1482. 3 vols. Paperbacks. 350,351-694,x & 393 plates; 29x20.5 cm. Text in French / Français. - (small signs of use) Very good set. See picture.
Bookseller: Second Hand and Antiquarian Books Emile
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