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2012-06-27 23:56:41
HIPPOCRATES
Translated & edited by Andrea Brenta. Roman type, 27 lines. 20 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to (198 x 148 mm.), attractive antique limp boards (minor foxing). Rome: E. Silber, 1483-90. First edition of this collection of texts by Hippocrates, translated from the Greek and edited by Andrea Brenta (d. 1484), professor of Greek and Latin in Rome and one of the first scholars to benefit from the opening of the Vatican library to the public in 1475. Two 15th-century books have claim to containing the first printing of the Hippocratic Oath, which has long been regarded as expressing the fundamental ethical and moral standards of the medical profession: the present work (printed sometime between 1483 and 1490) and the Articella (colophon dated 29 March 1483). Priority is not yet determined. The Oath is first mentioned in the first century A.D. and has maintained a central place in the European medical consciousness ever since. Fine copy. ❧ Bietenholz, ed., Contemporaries of Erasmus. A Biographical Register of the Renaissance and Reformation, Vol. I, p. 193. Goff H-278. Klebs 519.1. .
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2012-06-19 20:50:59
Festus, Sextus Pompeius
Bresciae: Boninus de boninis, 1483. Large hand-drawn initial capital letter. 38 lines, 2 columns, a6b8c-d6e8f-h6 [-h6]; 51 leaves, numbered [1]- 51 (lacking final blank). 1 vols. Folio. Modern boards, washed and remarkably clean, except that the final gathering shows faint waterstaining at outer margin and a small unobtrusive stain in the text; overall, a beautiful copy. Large hand-drawn initial capital letter. 38 lines, 2 columns, a6b8c-d6e8f-h6 [-h6]; 51 leaves, numbered [1]- 51 (lacking final blank). 1 vols. Folio. A Rare and Important Latin Dictionary, 1483. Sextus Pompeius Festus was a grammarian of the 2nd century A.D., who wrote this abridgement ("epitome") of the now lost encyclopedic dictionary of his contemporary Marcus Verrius Flaccus - which survives only in fragments and in occasional citations by other authors. Our primary remaining source of this important Latin dictionary is Festus' abridgement, of which there is only one surviving manuscript (mutilated, and consisting of only the letters M-V), and an 8th-century abridgment of Festus by Paul the Deacon. The printed editions from the 15th century, therefore, are of the utmost importance in the history of the transmission of the text. Vancil lists 10: (201-210), beginning with the first edition of Milan, 1471. This edition by Boninus de Bonini is the last edition printed in the 15th century, and apparently the last edition before the rediscovered mutilated manuscript was printed in 1559. Goff locates two copies (Hartford Theological Seminary and Newberry Library). RLIN & OCLC both locate one copy (Emory Univ … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-06-05 14:33:09
. Stockh.: Johan Snell 1483. Photolithographic facsimile published by G.H. Klemming (General Staff Litho. Institution) 1883. With 120 woodcuts. 158 leaves + (6) pp. Limited to 75 copies only. Bound in newer full vellum in old style with title printed in gold on spine. Binding signed A.B. J.B. Meijel, Halmstad. Browning. * Facsimile-edition of the oldest known dated book printed in Sweden. The printer Johan Snell from Lübeck introduced printing into Denmark in 1482 and was summoned to Stockholm by Archbishop Jacob Ulfsson to print a Missal for the Archbishopric of Uppsala, which he completed in 1484. On the eve of St. Thomas, December 20th, 1483, he dated the colophon of these 122 dialogues. It is a collection of moralizing fables and administration of the sacrament, ment for preachment; it is usually attributed to Nicolaus Pergamenus from Bergamo in the 14 century but the Italian philologist Pio Rajna claims that it is the author and physician Magninus or Mayno de Mayneri from Milano who is the real author.<br>Collijn I, 16..
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2012-06-01 11:33:11
BEN SHE.YI MING
Chemical Industry Publishing House. Shanghai Scien. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover. Pages Number: 1483 Language: Chinese. Publisher: Chemical Industry Publishing House. Shanghai Science and Technology Press; 1 (2009 on October 1). Materia Medica of Chinese sea: marine natural products (package. the middle and lower volumes). Introduction: the 20th century. life sciences and related disciplines with the rapid development of many disciplines ideas. techniques and methods to gradually penetrate into the research and development of marine drugs. In particular. the sep... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
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2012-04-03 19:23:31
NONIUS MARCELLUS.:
Brixia (Brescia, Boninus de Bonisis), 17 Julii 1483.. Place and date from colophon, Latin text, folio, 305 x 200 mm, 12 x 8 inches, printed in roman type, 126 leaves of 138, LACKING 12 INDEX LEAVES, collation: a-c8, d,f,h,k,m,o in sixes, e,g,i,l,n,p in eights, q-s6, 38 lines to the page, bound in modern full vellum over boards, hand lettered author name and date to spine. Some early pale ink annotations and neat underlinings to a few pages at the beginning, a few later pencil notes, fol.I very lightly dusty, fol.II-XVIII lightly damp stained in the fore-edge margin, occasional small pale mark to margins, a couple of small light ink smudges on text, no loss of legibility, small ink stain on fore-edges, sometimes just showing at edge of margins, small damp-stain in upper margin from fol.LXXXXV-C. A very good tight clean copy of an incunabula of this famous and popular work (lacking index leaves as noted). Nonius Marcellus was a Roman Grammarian of the 4-5th century born in North Africa. This is his only surviving work, a Latin dictionary in 20 books. It is an encyclopedia of Republican Latin, which is one of the major sources for lost works of the Roman Republic. It consists of words, a short definition, and then quotations from authors using the word. The first twelve books are based around words or forms of words. The remaining eight are organised by subject matter, such as clothing, weapons, food, etc. The first edition was published circa 1470 in Rome. Goff 268; Brunet IV, 96; Hain Volume III, page 509-10; Polain, Volume III, 2897 (edition of 1471). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED T … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-10-30 11:38:36
VALTURIUS, Robertus
Verona: Boninus de Boninus, 1483. * BMC VII.952; Goff V-89; Dibner, Heralds, 172; for the attribution of the woodcuts to Giocondo, see Rodakiewitz, “The editio princeps of Roberto Valturio’s ‘De re militari’ in Relation to the Dresden and Munich Mss.,” Maso Finiguerra XVIII-XIX (1940), 15-82; cf. Jonathan Alexander’s entry in The Painted Page, no. 63.. Scarce second Latin edition (first 1472) of this treatise on the art of war, containing THE EARLIEST TECHNICAL ILLUSTRATIONS IN A PRINTED BOOK. According to Sander, this edition contains an original set of woodblocks which appear here for the first time; they are very slight reductions of the blocks of the original 1472 edition and are augmented by a single woodcut (f. r1 recto, two men sitting inside a tent). Their differences from the original blocks are so modest that they are virtually identical. The design of the woodcuts has been variously attributed to the Alberti pupil Matteo de’ Pasti or Fra Giocondo, the Veronese architect who produced the first illustrated Vitruvius (1511). “The historical importance of De Re Militari lies in the fact that it is the first book printed with illustrations of a technical or scientific character depicting the progressive engineering ideas of the author’s own time. The woodcuts illustrate the equipment necessary for the military and naval engineer; they involve revolving gun turrets, platforms and ladders for sieges, paddle-wheels, a diver’s suit, a lifebelt, something resembling a tank, pontoon and other bridges, a completely closed boat that could be half submerged, etc... The Veron … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2007-09-15 22:10:47
Stockh.: Johan Snell 1483. Photolithographic facsimile published by G.H. Klemming (General Staff Litho. Institution) 1883. With 120 woodcuts. 158 leaves + (6) pp. Limited to 75 copies only. Bound in newer full vellum in old style with title printed in gold on spine. Binding signed A.B. J.B. Meijel, Halmstad. Browning.. Facsimile-edition of the oldest known dated book printed in Sweden. The printer Johan Snell from Lübeck introduced printing into Denmark in 1482 and was summoned to Stockholm by Archbishop Jacob Ulfsson to print a Missal for the Archbishopric of Uppsala, which he completed in 1484. On the eve of St. Thomas, December 20th, 1483, he dated the colophon of these 122 dialogues. It is a collection of moralizing fables and administration of the sacrament, ment for preachment; it is usually attributed to Nicolaus Pergamenus from Bergamo in the 14 century but the Italian philologist Pio Rajna claims that it is the author and physician Magninus or Mayno de Mayneri from Milano who is the real author.Collijn I, 16
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