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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Vienna; date : 1541 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 30 x 50 - description: Map shows south east Europe from the Adria to the black sea with Albania, Mazedonia, North-Greece to the Bosporus / Turky arround Istanbul. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he w … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Lyon; date : 1535 1490 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Lower left corner replaced, tear in center restored; size (in cm): 31 x 45,5 - description: Map shows the island of Creta - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor with Gruninger, … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; date : 1520 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: colored; condition: Perfect condition; size (in cm): 31,5 x 46 - description: Trapeziod map depicts the Caspian sea, Russia and Turkmenistan, Kasachstan, Usbekistan and Hindukusch. Water mark of a lilie. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a carto … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1520 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; size (in cm): 30 x 42 - description: Map shows the Caucasus with the Caspian sea and the black sea, on reverse 1 view of the inhabintants and ornamental decorations - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 12:00:18
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1513 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Wormhole perfectly restored; size (in cm): 33,5 x 32 - description: Map shows total Germany with Austria, Swizerland and South Tyrol. On reverse description of Franconia and Saxonia. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he wo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-28 11:45:22
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1520 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 28 x 45 - description: Map show the northern part of Africa in trapezoid projection. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor with Gruninger, exploiting … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-24 11:37:06
COPERNICUS, Nicolaus.
, . . The original copy: Gingerich, pp. 167-168 (I.141). Very well produced facsimile of the first edition of the seminal work on the heliocentric theory of the Renaissance astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. It's a facsimile of the copy, now in the collection of the Copernicus University Library in Torun, which originally formed part of the Königsberg (Kaliningrad) Castle Library of Duke Albrecht of Prussia (1490-1568). The copy in Torun is "unannotated except for corrections from the errata leaf" and includes Gaius Julius Hyginus' Poeticon Astronomicon and Ptolemaeus's Almagest. Copy 76 of 100.Fine copy.
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; date : 1520 1490 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 32 x 47 - description: Map shows the Caspian sea, Russia and Turkmenistan, Kasachstan, Usbekistan and Hindukusch - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor with Gruninger, e … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1525 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; size (in cm): 31 x 45 - description: Map shows as trapezoid projection the Caspian sea with Russia, Turmenistan, Kasachstan, Usbekistan and Hindukusch - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic edi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1535 1490 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 29 x 46,5 - description: Map shows the european Russia with Ukraine and the peninsula Krim. On revers, description and ornamental decoration - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Lyon; date : 1530 1490 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Perfect condition, WIDE-MARGINED; size (in cm): 31,5 x 40,5 - description: Map shows total Grear Britain. This map has been first issued in 1522, it is a redrawing and reduction of the 1513 Ptolemaic map of the British Isles has been attributed to Lorenz Fries. The final issue was in 1541. Here the title appears in a scroll above the top border - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Pto … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 18:58:03
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1530 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 33 x 45 - description: Trapezoid map of Greece with all the islands. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor with Gruninger, exploiting the corpus of m … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 13:29:09
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531 ) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Strassburg; date : 1522 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: colored; condition: Very good; size (in cm): 30 x 48 - description: Beautiful and early map of India and surrounding countries. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor with Gruninger, exploiting the corpus … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 13:29:09
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Vienna; date : 1525 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; colorit: original colored; condition: Missing parts at lower centerfold replaced; size (in cm): 28,5 x 40 - description: Map shows Bangadesh, Birma, India, Thailand and Malysia.Appears in the author's Geographia, translated by Willibald Pirckheimer, with annotations by Joannes Regiomontanus, 1525. Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Grüninger. It would seem that Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group.This meeting was to introduce a important digression into … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-22 13:29:09
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-06 21:59:55
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531 ) Lyon; issued in : Ulm; date : 1541 1490 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Wormholes perfectly restored; size (in cm): 28 x 43 - description: Map shows the river Rhein, on reverse 1/2 page shows a map of Lothringa - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna. Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519. By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group. This meeting was to introduce a important digression into Fries' life, and for the next five years, from about 1520 to about 1525, he worked in some capacity as a cartographic editor … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-06 21:59:55
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-02-06 21:59:55
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-04 16:52:02
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531) Lyon; issued in: Vienna; date: ca 1525 1490 - - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Missing parts at lower centerfold replaced; - size (in cm): 28,5 x 40; - description: Map shows Bangadesh, Birma, India, Thailand and Malysia.Appears in the author's Geographia, translated by Willibald Pirckheimer, with annotations by Joannes Regiomontanus, 1525. Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. ;He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. ;Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Grüninger. ;It would seem that Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the group.This meeting was to introduce a important digre … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-04 16:52:02
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2017-02-04 06:30:48
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531) Lyon; issued in: Vienna; date: ca 1535. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: original colored; - condition: Perfect condition; - size (in cm): 31,5 x 45,5; - description: Map shows northern Africa in trapezoid projection with the Rivers and mountains are roughly shown in the country on the side the climatically zones. On reverse the description with splendour-fully columns and ornaments.The typical Ptolomey watermark on the left side. - vita of the artist: Lorenz (Laurent) Fries was born in Alsace in 1490 or thereabouts, describing himself on one occasion as from Colmar, one of the towns of the region. He studied medicine at university, or rather at universities, as he seems to have had a peripatetic education, apparently spending time at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna.Having successfully completed his education, Fries established himself as a physician, at a succession of places in the Alsace region, with a short spell in Switzerland, before settling in Strasbourg, in about 1519.By this time, he had established a reputation as a writer on medical topics, with several publications already to his credit. Indeed, it was thus that Fries met the Strasbourg printer and publisher Johann Grüninger, an associate of the St. Die group of scholars formed by, among others, Walter Lud, Martin Ringmann and Martin Waldseemuller. Gruninger was responsible for printing several of the maps prepared by Waldseemuller, and for supervising the cutting of the maps for the 1513 edition of Ptolemy, edited by the gro … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-02-04 06:30:48
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-02-04 06:30:48
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2017-01-18 01:57:23
Gallaeus Servatius
- Ebert 21173 - Caillet III, 10165 - Rosenthal 1490 - Landwehr, de Hooghe 72 - Hollstein IX, 46-55 u. 379 (nennt nur 10 Bll.) - Brunet II, 1465.- Erste Ausgabe der Betrachtung über Sibyllen und ihre Orakel. Mit de Hooghes schönen Darstellungen der 12 Sibyllen, einem Sibyllentempel sowie dem Denkmal des Hercules Magusanus.- Gering gebräunt u. tls. etw. wasserfleckig, vereinz. gering wurmstichig, Portr. etwas knitterig, Einband etwas fleckig, Rückengelenke restauriert.# First edition of the observation on Sibyls and their oracles, with the beautiful copper engravings de Hooghes.- Complete with the folded portrait.- Slightly browned and partly water-stained, little wormy, spine restored. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2016-12-26 19:27:08
Groh, Dieter u.a. (Hrsg.)
Gr.8 Halbledereinband mit Schutzumschlag im Schuber. Sehr guter Zustand. Nameneintrag.Mit dem vom Verlag zurückgezogenen und makulierten Band 9. Band 7/1 ohne Schuber.Band 1: Fried, Johannes: Der Weg in die Geschichte (bis 1024). - Band 2: Keller, Hagen: Zwischen regionaler Begrenzung und universalem Horizont (1024-1250). - Band 3: Moraw, Peter: Von offener Verfassung zu gestalteter Verdichtung (1250-1490). - Band 4: Lutz, Heinrich: Das Ringen um deutsche Einheit und kirchliche Erneuerung (1490-1648). - Band 5: Vierhaus, Rudolf: Staaten und Stände (1648-1763). - Band 6: Sheehan, James J.: Der Ausklang des alten Reiches (1763-1850), ins Deutsche übertragen v. Karl Heinz Silber. - Band 7/1: Mommsen, Wolfgang J.: Das Ringen um den nationalen Staat (1850-1890). - Band 7/2: Mommsen, Wolfgang J.: Bürgerstolz und Weltmachtsstreben (1890-1918). - Band 8: Mommsen, Hans: Die verspielte Freiheit (1918-1933). Band 9: Weißmann, Karlheinz: Der Weg in den Abgrund. Deutschland unter Hitler 1933 bis 1945.
Bookseller: Krull GmbH
2016-12-25 18:54:37
MÜNSTER, Sebastian
Added finely engraved title by M. Merian (with a port. of Münster), woodcut port. of the author on verso of title, one folding plate (between pp. 1040-41), & 1490 woodcuts in the text (of which 26 are double-page maps & 72 are double-page plans & views). Printed title in red & black. 14 p.l. (incl. the engraved title, the 7th leaf a blank), 1752 pp. Large thick folio, cont. blindstamped panelled pigskin over thick wooden boards (some inevitable browning due to the quality of the paper), eight decorated brass corner-pieces & a central boss on each cover, orig. catches & two clasps (the leather of the lower renewed). Basel: Henricpetri, 1628. A very impressive and broad-margined copy in its original binding with all the metal "hardware" of the best, largest, and final edition (1st ed.: 1544) of the famous Cosmographia by Münster (1489-1552), the great cartographer, mathematician, and cosmographer. This was the first detailed scientific and popular description of the world in German and played an important role in the revival of geography in Europe. It was one of the most successful texts of the 16th century and enjoyed numerous translations and editions. Our edition has 400 more woodcuts than the 1614 edition and an additional 900 woodcuts when compared to the first edition. It contains two world maps, maps of Europe, England, Spain, France, Germany, the Rhineland, Swabia and Bavaria, Franconia, Silesia, Bohemia, Hungary, Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Italy, Scandinavia, Greece, Asia, Asia Minor, the Holy Land, Sumatra, Africa, and America. There are … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
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2016-12-15 20:31:29
Inkunabel-Sammelband].
Köln, um 1490-1499. 4°. Blindgepr. Kalbsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 3 Bünden [Köln, Werkstatt Wappen u. Löwe (K 98)]. 1) Albertus Magnus. De muliere forti. Köln, Heinrich Quentell, 7. Mai 1499. 4°. Durchg. rubriziert u. mit eingemalten Initialen bzw. Alineazeichen in Rot u. Blau. Am Beginn eine große blaue Lombarde mit roter Maiblumenfüllung und Fleuronnée. 160 nn. Bll. (Rom. Typen, 40-41 Zeilen). - Editio princeps der einzigen Inkunabelausgabe dieses Textes in der seltenen Variante ohne Titelwiederholung auf der letzten Seite. - Enthält: Albertus Magnus. De muliere forti (Laudes ecclesiae describit Salomon in figura mulieris fortis [...]); Orationes super evangelia dominicalia (Cum appropinquasset Mathaeus XXI, Lucas XIX, Marcus XI, Johannes XII, Zacharias IX, Domine Iesu Christe qui pro nobis [...]; Langen, Rudolf von. Epitaphium in Albertum Magnum (Hactenus ingressus sacra haec subsiste viator [...]) und Ad urbem Agrippinensem. - Titel m. alten Notationen. Die ersten Bll. etw. wasserrandig. - GW 699; Hain 465* (= 466); Goff A 286; Voulliéme, Köln, 41; Pellechet 302; BMC I, 290; BSB-Ink A-169; Proctor 1355; Oates 778; ISTC ia00286000. - 2) Albertus Magnus. Sermones de eucharistiae sacramento. Köln, [Retro Minores für] Heinrich Quentell, 1498. 4°. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. Eingemalte Lombarden u. Alineazeichen in Rot u. Blau. Am Beginn eine blaue Lombarde mit roter Maiblumenfüllung und Fleuronnée. 46 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß; Got. Typ., 2 Spalten, 46 Zeilen). - Vierte und zugleich letzte Inkunabel-Ausgabe; zuerst um 1475 bei Bernhard Richel in Basel erschien … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Austria]
2016-12-11 22:47:00
STATIUS, Publius Papinius
208 leaves (of 210, lacking the first & final blanks), 44 lines plus headline, 62 lines of commentary, Roman letter, 3- to 4-line initial spaces. Small folio, 17th-cent. red morocco (small marginal repairs to 2nd & 3rd leaves), sides panelled in gilt, spine nicely gilt, green morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. Venice: Jacobus de Paganinis, 24 December 1490. Second edition (1st ed.: 1483) of the collected verse of Statius (ca. A.D. 45-96), the great Latin poet. Present here are the Thebaid, a mythological epic with commentary by Placidus Lactantius; the Achilleid, a fragment of an uncompleted epic with commentary by Franciscus Mataratius; and the Silvae, a collection of mostly occasional poems, of which the shortest, nineteen lines addressed by the insomniac poet to the god of sleep, is deservedly well-known. Domitius Calderinus has provided the commentary for Silvae. A fine copy from the Macclesfield library. Rather scarce. Some marginalia washed when rebound in the 17th century. ? Goff S-692. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-12-11 15:06:54
Inkunabel, incunable, Inkunabelfragment
Hier bis liber nonus 86 Blatt oder 172 Seiten, Umschlag braunes Packpapier handschriftlicher Eintrag Bleistift auf der hinteren Vorsatzseite: Flores poetarum de virtutibus et vitiis 1490 Koehoff Köln, es fehlen 8 Bl und Titel ( die ersten 10 Seiten wahrscheinlich) leichter Bücherwurmschaden an den ersten 20 Seiten, Text bleibt lesbar 172 Seiten, mit Text und Titelüberschriften und blauen und roten handgemalten Initialen ( Vitrine ) das beigefügte Foto zeigt die beiden vorletzten Seiten und die letzte Seite mit dem Wappen. ( Voullieme Nr. 418 ) Gesamtkatalog der Wiegendrucke Nr. 10074
Bookseller: Tilman Riemenschneider Buchhandlung
2016-12-09 20:13:36
MÜNSTER, Sebastian
1490. Added finely engraved title by M. Merian (with a port. of Münster), woodcut port. of the author on verso of title, one folding plate (between pp. 1040-41), & 1490 woodcuts in the text (of which 26 are double-page maps & 72 are double-page plans & views). Printed title in red & black. 14 p.l. (incl. the engraved title, the 7th leaf a blank), 1752 pp. Large thick folio, cont. blindstamped panelled pigskin over thick wooden boards (some inevitable browning due to the quality of the paper), eight decorated brass corner-pieces & a central boss on each cover, orig. catches & two clasps (the leather of the lower renewed). Basel: Henricpetri, 1628. A very impressive and broad-margined copy in its original binding with all the metal "hardware" of the best, largest, and final edition (1st ed.: 1544) of the famous Cosmographia by Münster (1489-1552), the great cartographer, mathematician, and cosmographer. This was the first detailed scientific and popular description of the world in German and played an important role in the revival of geography in Europe. It was one of the most successful texts of the 16th century and enjoyed numerous translations and editions. Our edition has 400 more woodcuts than the 1614 edition and an additional 900 woodcuts when compared to the first edition. It contains two world maps, maps of Europe, England, Spain, France, Germany, the Rhineland, Swabia and Bavaria, Franconia, Silesia, Bohemia, Hungary, Transylvania, Dalmatia and Croatia, Italy, Scandinavia, Greece, Asia, Asia Minor, the Holy Land, Sumatra, Africa, and America. Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2016-12-01 20:07:27
STATIUS, Publius Papinius
with commentaries. 208 leaves (of 210, lacking the first & final blanks), 44 lines plus headline, 62 lines of commentary, Roman letter, 3- to 4-line initial spaces. Small folio, 17th-cent. red morocco (small marginal repairs to 2nd & 3rd leaves), sides panelled in gilt, spine nicely gilt, green morocco lettering piece on spine, a.e.g. Venice: Jacobus de Paganinis, 24 December 1490. Second edition (1st ed.: 1483) of the collected verse of Statius (ca. A.D. 45-96), the great Latin poet. Present here are the Thebaid, a mythological epic with commentary by Placidus Lactantius; the Achilleid, a fragment of an uncompleted epic with commentary by Franciscus Mataratius; and the Silvae, a collection of mostly occasional poems, of which the shortest, nineteen lines addressed by the insomniac poet to the god of sleep, is deservedly well-known. Domitius Calderinus has provided the commentary for Silvae. A fine copy from the Macclesfield library. Rather scarce. Some marginalia washed when rebound in the 17th century. ? Goff S-692.
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2016-11-24 17:18:13
REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2016-11-24 17:18:13
REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-22 06:16:31
AN ESPECIALLY FINE, BEAUTIFULLY PAINTED ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN AND FRENCH
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-22 06:16:31
AN ESPECIALLY FINE, BEAUTIFULLY PAINTED ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT BOOK OF HOURS IN LATIN AND FRENCH
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-22 04:46:07
A DECORATIVE ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM A MISSAL IN LATIN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-22 04:46:07
A DECORATIVE ILLUMINATED VELLUM MANUSCRIPT LEAF FROM A MISSAL IN LATIN
Southern Germany, perhaps Augsburg, ca. 1490. 318 x 235 mm. (12 1/2 x 9 1/4"). Double column, 25 lines, in a large, bold gothic book hand. Attractively matted. Rubrics and foliation in red, capitals struck with red, one- and two-line initials painted in blue or red, RECTO WITH A HANDSOME LARGE (approximately 60 x 60 mm.) PAINTED INITIAL in shades of blue with artful modelLing, the initial ON A BRILLIANTLY BURNISHED AND CHASED GOLD GROUND, the whole within a frame of red and green, the same side also with flamboyant swirling marginal decoration comprising acanthus leaves in blue, pink, green, and tan, a scarlet carnation, and gold bezants. Fore edge with remnants of leather tab. Mounting tissue at head edge on verso, a hint of soiling in bottom margin, but IN FINE CONDITION, THE INITIAL ESPECIALLY BRIGHT AND WELL PRESERVED, with no erosion in the paint or gold. A very special feature of our initials is the chasing, or shallow incising, done in the surface of the highly burnished gold ground of the capital. The ground has been diapered with a very fine instrument, and there are tiny, charming flowers within the diapered compartments. This leaf was formerly in the illustrious collection of Cincinnati businessman and philanthropist Cornelius J. Hauck (1893-1967); the sale of his library at Christie's in 2006 totaled more than $12.4 million. A very special feature of our initials is the chasing, or shallow incising, done in the surface of the highly burnished gold ground of the capital. The ground has been diapered with a very fine instrument, and there are tiny, charming flower … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-10-18 17:15:49
[Bertholdus].
1490. 8vo. Gothic type. 66 unn. ff. (incl. final blank). With 36 coloured woodcuts in the text. (Bound with) II: Thomas Aquinas. Novum insigneq[ue] opusculu[m] pro Christi verbu[m] eva[n]geliza[n]tibus. Ubi plures et copiosi: et aurei sermones co[n]tinentt[ur]: de septe[m] peccatis mortalibus. Basel, M. Furter, 1514. 36 unn. ff. (incl. final blank). Title page printed in red and black. (Bound with) III: St John Chrysostomus. Libellus cui est titulus Neminem posse ledi nisi a semetipso. [Basel, A. Petri], 1509. 24 unn. ff. With full-page coloured woodcut on reverse of title page. Early 16th century pigskin binding over wooden boards, richly blindstamped with floral tools. A single central clasp. I: First Basel edition. "Devotional work in the mystical tradition, first written in German, then - at the request of the educated - translated into Latin. The woodcuts are by the master of the 'Bereittung'; [...] and by the master of 'Heinz Narr'" (cf. Hieronymus). All woodcuts in stark contemporary colour, mainly in yellow but also in grey and occasional blue. 16th-century ownerships and old stamps to title page. - II: Rare edition. Contains the "Regulae quaedam perutiles, quae ad omnes religiosos pertinent" and "Tabula super totius quadragesimae evangeliis et epistolis" (an extract from the Summa theologica). - III: Exceedingly rare edition. The fine woodcut, coloured in yellow and green hues, is attributed to Hans Baldung Grien. "Anonymous printing [...], attributed by Benzing to the Basel printer Petri. The woodcut, without intrinsic connection to the text, shows Christ on Mount … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-02 21:46:41
Lactantius, Lucius Caelius Firmianus.
Venedig, Theodorus de Ragazonibus, 21. April 1390 (recte 1490). Fol. 148 nn. Bll. (das erste weiß), (Rom. u. griech. Type, Min. f. Init., 45 Zeilen), Mod. HPgmt. Verfaßt von einem Afrikaner und Schüler des Arnobius, 303 von Diokletian als Lehrer der lateinischen Beredsamkeit nach Nikomedia berufen. Sein klassisch-schöner Stil hat ihm bei der Nachwelt den Titel eines „christlichen Cicero“ eingebracht. Im Mittelalter war sein Werk weit verbreitet und es wurde 1465 als erstes Buch in Italien gedruckt. - Enthält u.a. „De divinis institutionibus“, die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache, „De ira dei“ behandelt das Problem, ob der Gottheit Affekte zugeschrieben werden können. Medizinisch von großem Interesse ist das Kapitel „De opificio dei & formatione hominis“, über die Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus. - Das erste leere Blatt mit zeitgen. handschriftl. Eintragungen. Einige Bll. mit vertikaler Quetschfalte (ein Blatt hier mit Einriß). Zeitgen. handschriftl. Marginalien (diese tlw. etw. angeschnitten). Tlw. schwach gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - GW M16563; Hain/C. 9815; IGI 5627; Proctor 5262; BMC V, 477; Poynter 343; Goff L 10; BN, Incunables, L-10; Wellcome I, 3612; ISTC il00010000. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Lactantius, Opera, Johannes Andreas de Buxis, Inkunabel, Frühdrucke, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-10-02 20:27:19
Guido da Pisa ?
Ugo de Rugeri, 1490. Incomincia il libro chiamato FIORE D' ITALIA: ilquale il re Costantino lo fece tradurre de latino in vulgare: nel quale si tractano le magnanimitade de Italia: et altre gentilezze assai tracte dalle ystorie antiche e dalli proprij originali: come legendo potrai vedere et cognosere la grande eloquentia di questo auctore...(Colophon:) Impresso ne lalma et inclita citade de Bologna permi Ugo de Rugeri... nelli anni...1490 a di XXV de Octobre... In - 4°, cartonatura recente. (92) ff., (manca il primo foglio bianco), marca tipografica in fine. Carattere gotico, 39 linee. Bell' esemplare malgrado insignificanti piccoli restauri marginali. L' opera talvolta attribuita a Guido da Pisa. Rarissimo incunabolo stampato soltanto a Bologna. Hain, 7117. B.M.C., VI, p. 809. Proctor, 6571. I.G.I., 3916. Goff, F - 171 (una sola copia in U.S.A.).
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-10-02 05:18:09
SUETONIUS Tranquillus Gaius
impressa sunt per Ioannem Rubeum de Vercellis, 1490. In folio (mm. 298 x 208), cc. 171 (di 172, manca K6 bianca). A carta a2v: In hoc codice continentur Caius Suetonius Tranquillus de XII Caesaribus, Aelius Spartianus, Iulius Capitolinus, Aelius Lampridius, Treuellius Pollio, Flavius Vopiscus, Eutropius et Paulus Diaconus de regum ac imperatorum romanorum vita. Leg. del XVII secolo pergamena rigida. Dorso a nervi con titolo manoscritto. Numerose annotazioni manoscritte ai margini. Leggero alone sul margine inferiore delle ultime 60 carte. Esemplare fresco, con buoni margini. Le Vite dei dodici cesari comprende le biografie dei primi imperatori romani: Cesare, Augusto, Tiberio, Caligola, Claudio, Nerone, Galba, Otone, Vitellio, Vespasiano, Tito e Domiziano. Cfr: IGI 8849, Goff S342; HC 14563; BMC V 417; Proctor, 5127.
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis
2016-09-16 10:48:47
Lactantius, Lucius Caelius Firmianus.
Venedig, Theodorus de Ragazonibus, 21. April 1390 (recte 1490). Verfaßt von einem Afrikaner und Schüler des Arnobius, 303 von Diokletian als Lehrer der lateinischen Beredsamkeit nach Nikomedia berufen. Sein klassisch-schöner Stil hat ihm bei der Nachwelt den Titel eines „christlichen Cicero" eingebracht. Im Mittelalter war sein Werk weit verbreitet und es wurde 1465 als erstes Buch in Italien gedruckt. - Enthält u.a. „De divinis institutionibus", die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache, „De ira dei" behandelt das Problem, ob der Gottheit Affekte zugeschrieben werden können. Medizinisch von großem Interesse ist das Kapitel „De opificio dei & formatione hominis", über die Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus. - Das erste leere Blatt mit zeitgen. handschriftl. Eintragungen. Einige Bll. mit vertikaler Quetschfalte (ein Blatt hier mit Einriß). Zeitgen. handschriftl. Marginalien (diese tlw. etw. angeschnitten). Tlw. schwach gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - GW M16563; Hain/C. 9815; IGI 5627; Proctor 5262; BMC V, 477; Poynter 343; Goff L 10; BN, Incunables, L-10; Wellcome I, 3612; ISTC il00010000. la Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 Fol. 148 nn. Bll. (das erste weiß), (Rom. u. griech. Type, Min. f. Init., 45 Zeilen), Mod. HPgmt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
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