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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]
2016-09-16 10:48:47
Augustinus, Aurelius (Pseudo-).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-09-16 10:48:47
Augustinus, Aurelius (Pseudo-).
Venedig, Bernardinus Benalius, [um 1490]. Seltene Venezianische Inkunabelausgabe der Augustinus untergeschobenen Briefe zu verschiedenen theologischen und philosophischen Streitpunkten: die Lüge und Schmeichelei, die Furcht vor dem Tode, die Eitelkeit der weltlichen Philosophie, der historische Kern der Gleichnisse, ob man Gott gefallen könne, wenn man schöne Kleider trägt und ausgesuchte Speisen isst, die vita activa und contemplativa, mehrfach über Reichtum und Habgier etc. Am Ende ein Augustinus zugschriebener „Tractatus de praedestinatione" und darauf noch zwei Briefe von Bernard de Clairvaux. Diese Ausgabe ist nicht datiert, nach dem GW um 1490 erschienen, jedenfalls vor der Variante von 1494. - Im Bug vereinzelte kl. Wurmspuren bzw. Spuren einer alten Heftung, sonst gutes Exemplar. - GW 02951; Reichling 1968; Goff A1269; Pellechet 1482; BMC XII, 27; ISTC ia01269000; diese Ausgabe nicht in der BSB. la Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 4°. 30 nn. Bll. (Rom. Type, 29 Zeilen), Ppbd. m. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-09-14 23:43:00
Caracciolus, Landulfus (Landulfus de Neapoli).
[Neapel, Christian Preller in der Werkstatt des Francesco del Tuppo, um 1490/95]. Fol. Mit 2 schwarzgrundigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 96 nn. Bll. (das erste u. letzte Bl. recto bzw. verso leer). - Angeb. - Aegidius Romanus (Egidio Colonna). Castigatoriu[m] Egidii de Roma in corruptoriu[m] librorum sancti Thome de Aquino a quoda[m] emulo depravatorum. (Straßburg, Martin Flach jun., 6. Januar 1501). Fol. Durchg. mit zahlr. eingemalten roten Initialen u. rot rubriziert. 88 nn. Bll. (das vierte Bl. weiß), Holzdeckelbd. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden m. blindgepr. Ldr.-Rückenbezug. Ad 1) Ohne den „ersten Teil“, Elysius‘ „De philosophia naturali“. - Der um 1295 in Neapel geborene Franziskaner studierte in Neapel und Paris, wo er später auch Theologie lehrte. Der Provinzialminister der Terra Labora und mehrerer diplomatischer Missionen für das Königreich Neapel wurde am 21. August 1327 von Johannes XXII. zum Bischof von Castellamare di Stabia und am 20. September 1331 zum Erzbischof von Amalfi ernannt. Caracciolus starb 1351. - Bei vorliegender Schrift handelt es sich um die einzige Ausgabe des einzigen gedruckten Werkes des Franziskaners im 15. Jahrhundert. Der Sentenzenkommentar wurde zusammen mit Johannes Baptista Elysius‘ „De philosophia naturali“ gedruckt, welches Werk hier jedoch fehlt. - Ad 2) Die Schriften des Augustiner-Eremiten und bedeutenden Schülers des Thomas von Aquin Aegidius Romanus (um 1243-1316) umfassen einen großen Themenkreis und reichen von der scholastischen Philosophie bis zur Theologie. - Einband stärker berieben u. bestoßen sowie mit Wurmspuren (dadurch die Ränder de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-09-09 11:39:21
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): 30 x 45,5; - description: Map shows northern Africa in trapezoid projection with the Rivers and mountains are roughly shown. On reverse the description with splendour-fully columns and ornaments. The 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 group.This meeting was to introduce a important digression int … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2016-09-09 07:18:34
Augustinus, Aurelius (Pseudo-).
Venedig, Bernardinus Benalius, [um 1490]. 4°. 30 nn. Bll. (Rom. Type, 29 Zeilen), Ppbd. m. dreiseitig gespränkeltem Rotschnitt. Seltene Venezianische Inkunabelausgabe der Augustinus untergeschobenen Briefe zu verschiedenen theologischen und philosophischen Streitpunkten: die Lüge und Schmeichelei, die Furcht vor dem Tode, die Eitelkeit der weltlichen Philosophie, der historische Kern der Gleichnisse, ob man Gott gefallen könne, wenn man schöne Kleider trägt und ausgesuchte Speisen isst, die vita activa und contemplativa, mehrfach über Reichtum und Habgier etc. Am Ende ein Augustinus zugschriebener „Tractatus de praedestinatione“ und darauf noch zwei Briefe von Bernard de Clairvaux. Diese Ausgabe ist nicht datiert, nach dem GW um 1490 erschienen, jedenfalls vor der Variante von 1494. - Im Bug vereinzelte kl. Wurmspuren bzw. Spuren einer alten Heftung, sonst gutes Exemplar. - GW 02951; Reichling 1968; Goff A1269; Pellechet 1482; BMC XII, 27; ISTC ia01269000; diese Ausgabe nicht in der BSB. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Augustinus, Aurelius (Pseudo-), Epistolae pulcherrimae valde utiles. (Daran:) Bernardus Claravallensis. Epistolae duae, Bernard de Clairvaux; Inkunabel, Inkunabeln, Frühdrucke, Wiegendrucke
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-09-07 15:45:35
Jacobus Philippus (Foresti) Bergomensis
Bernardinum Rizum de Novaria, anno 1490 die decimoquinto Madij. Supplementum chronicarum... (Colophon:). Jacobus Philippus (Foresti) Bergomensis. Impressum autem Venetiis per Bernardinum Rizum de Novaria anno 1490 die decimoquinto Madij. In - folio, pergamena settecentesca (rimontata). (11), 263 ff. (mancano il primo e l' ultimo foglio bianco), con errori di numerazione. L' opera è illustrata da 67 bellissime xilografie ed alcuni grandi capilettera ornati. L' esemplare è ben conservato, a parte minuscoli forellini di tarlo negli ultimi 20 fogli. Raro incunabolo ricercato per le artistiche illustrazioni. H - C, 2808. Pellechet, 2067. Polain, 1495. B.M.C., V, 402. I.G.I., 5078. Proctor, 4954. Essling, 343. Dander, 917. Goff, 345.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-09-01 12:16:10
SCUOLA TEDESCA
1490. Xilografia, ultimo quarto del XV secolo, finemente colorata ad acquarello. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata priva di filigrana, con margini, pieghe di carta e piccoli restauri, perfettamente eseguiti, visibili al verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La composizione presenta al centro la figura di Cristo seduto su una pietra, con i polsi legati e il capo coronato di spine e circondato dall'aureola. Intorno, 7 episodi della vita di Cristo, disposti su 3 lati, così che, rispettando la forte simbologia cristiana legata al numero 3, le illustrazioni sono 3 per ogni lato. Gli episodi, ad eccezione di uno raffigurante la Circoncisione di Gesù, sono tutti ispirati al ciclo della Passione di Cristo: Gesù nel giardino degli Ulivi; Gesù alla colonna; Gesù deriso dai soldati; Gesù spogliato delle vesti; Gesù inchiodato alla croce; e infine Gesù morente. La disposizione delle scene non segue un ordine cronologico, secondo un uso riscontrabile anche nell'iconografia cristiana più antica. L'opera non è censita dalle bibliografie consultate. Woodcut and watercolour, last quarter of the fifteenth century. A beautiful impression, printed on laid paper without watermark, with margins, paper folds and small repairs perfectly executed, otherwise in excellent condition. The composition has a central figure of Christ sitting on a rock, with his wrists tied and his head crowned with thorns and surrounded by the halo. Around 7 episodes from the life of Christ, arranged on 3 sides, so that, respecting the strong Christian symbolism linked to the number 3, the illust … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius
2016-08-30 15:06:49
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2016-08-23 12:10:46
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Artist: Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) ( - 1531) Lyon; issued in: Strassburg; date: ca 1535. - technic: Woodcut; - colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; - size (in cm): 28 x 37; - description: Map of France. Relief shown pictorially. Includes names of places and natural features.Descriptive text within ornamental borders on verso. - 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 i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2016-08-23 00:06:21
LACTANTIUS L. C. Firmianus
De Ragazonibus Theod, 1490. in - folio, ff. (147, su 148, mancando il primo bianco), leg. del tempo m. pelle allumata, piatti in assicelle, tracce di fermagli metallici (porzione di etichetta cartacea al piatto inf., restauri al dorso a nervi). Lettera dedicatoria di Ioannes Andreae, curatore dell'edizione, al Papa Paolo II, ripresa dall'ediz. di Roma 1470 di Sweynheym e Pannartz. Testo in car. rom. con rari passi in greco, lettera - guida per le iniz. F.2r.: ''Lactantii Firmiani de divinis institutionibus adversus gentes. Rubricae primi libri in / cipiunt..''; f. 9v.: ''Ioannis Andreae episcopi Aleriensis ad Paulum secundum Venetum pontificem ma - / ximum epistola''; f. 148v., colophon: ''Impressum Venetiis per Magistrum Theodorm de Ragazonibus de Asula. Anno incarna / tionis domini. M.CCCC.LXXXX. Vigesimo primo mensis Aprilis''. Pregevolisima edizione delle opere di Lattanzio, celebre apologista cristiano del IV sec., comprendente: ''De divinis institutionibus; De ira Dei; De opificio Dei vel de formatione hominis; De Phenice carmen''; seguono passi sulla fenice tratti dalle Metamorfosi di Ovidio e da Dante Alighieri, il ''De resurrectionis dominicae die'' ed il ''Nephythomon'' entrambi di Lattanzio (anziché il ''Carmen de Pascha'' di Venantius Fortunatus, come erroneamente riportato da IGI). Bell'esempl. assai puro e marginoso (con antica nota di possesso nel margine super. del secondo f., piccole porzioni di margine esterno rifatto agli ultimi 4 ff. e qualche forellino di tarlo sugli ultimi 3).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-07-22 14:31:14
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2016-07-09 03:54:37
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: Very good; - size (in cm): 30 x 41,5; - description: Map showsin trapezoid total Armenia with partly Georgia, Aserbaidschan, Iran and Turkey as neighbouring countries. The frame is showing the climatically zones. On reverse the description with splendour-fully columns and ornaments. - 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 di … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-07-09 03:54:37
Ptolemy/ Fries Claudius/ Laurent ( Lorenz) (1490 - 1531) Lyon
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2016-07-06 14:13:31
REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes.
[Edited by Johannes Angelus]. White-on-black woodcut initials & a large woodcut printer's device in red at end. [156] unnumbered leaves (final two signatures bound at front in this copy, first few leaves a little frayed & lightly stained around margins), 40 lines, Gothic letter. 4to (220 x 164 mm.), cont. limp vellum (a little wrinkled). Augsburg: E. Ratdolt, 1490. [bound with]:ANGELUS (or ENGEL), Johannes. Astrolabium planum in Tabulis ascendens... Numerous woodcuts in the text, 7- & 12-line white-on-black woodcut initials. [176] unnumbered leaves (the final two are blank, four leaves misbound), 40 lines, Gothic letter. 4to (single small puncture hole in gutter in the second half of the book, occasionally touching a letter). Augsburg: E. Ratdolt, 27 November [or 6 October] 1488. First editions, and a most wonderful survival in a contemporary limp vellum binding (clearly intended to be temporary), of these two handsome and uncommon astronomical works; many outer and lower edges are uncut. From the library of Otto Schäfer, the great German collector. I. First edition of these notable tables, completed by Regiomontanus in Hungary in 1467 while serving as professor of mathematics at the newly-founded University of Pressburg (Bratislava) in Hungary. These tables were based upon both computation and the abundant observations made by Regiomontanus in Italy during the preceding years. "In 1467, with Bylica's assistance, Regiomontanus computed his Tables of Directions, which consisted of the longitudes of the celestial bodies in relation to the apparent daily rotation of the heave … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-07-04 21:54:28
PTOLEMY, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-07-02 20:12:03
PTOLEMY, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-06-25 20:52:54
Rolewinck, Werner,
Joh. Prüss, nach 6. April ]. -, [Straßburg 1490 - Zeitgenöss. blindgepr. Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln, Deckel mit Rahmen aus Streicheisenlinien, gerautetem Mittelfeld, Pelikanstempeln und mehreren Rosetten, vord. festes Vorsatz unter Verwendung eines zeitgenöss. Einblattdrucks mit Holzschnitten. Folio. 6 nn., 90 röm. num., 2 w. Bll. Got. Type. 2-3 Spalten. - 2 weitere Inkunabeln angebunden. - Eine der fünf bei Prüss in Straßburg gedruckten Ausgaben des Faszikulus, der seit seinem Erscheinen 1474 in Köln mehr als 30 Ausgaben erlebte und "den größten und ganz ungewöhnlichen Erfolg" (ADB XXIX, 73) gehabt hat. - Werner Rolewinck (1425-1502) lebte seit 1447 als Kartäusermönch in Köln und verfaßte zahlr. theologische und historische Arbeiten, unter denen das vorliegende Werk, ein geschichtlicher Abriß von der Erschaffung der Welt bis zum Ende des 15. Jhs., die bei weitem größte Verbreitung gefunden hat. Die vorliegende Ausgabe verzeichnet als letztes Datum den Tod des ungarischen Königs und großen Bibliophilen Matthias Corvinus im Jahre 1490. Auf Bl. LXXXIX verso befindet sich ein ausführlicher Hinweis auf die Erfindung des Buchdruckes. -. Neben mehrfach verwendeten Stadtansichten zeigen die Textholzschnitte die Arche Noah, den Turm zu Babel, Salvator mit Weltkugel sowie einige Mißgeburten. - Zustand: Im Oberrand tlw. etw. wasserrandig, vereinz. leicht gebräunt, wenige Bll. mit kl. Eckläsur, Titel mit alten Besitzeinträgen (tls. durchgestrichen), einige zeitgenöss. Marginalien, wenige Anmerkungen einer Hand des 17. Jhs. Einbandbezug fleckig, VDeckel etw. gewölbt, RDeckel mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-06-15 16:16:14
PTOLEMY, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
[Rome: Petrus de Turre, 1490. Copper-engraved map, in very good condition apart from expert repairs to left and right lower corners. A highly important and elegant map from the second edition of the 'Rome Ptolemy' This map is one of the earliest and most important printed maps of France and Belgium, being one of the trapezoidal tabulae , or regional maps of the Classical world, contained in the 1490 edition of Ptolemy's Cosmographia .. The image embraces an areas extending from southern England down to the Mediterranean. France is shown traversed by major rivers, and curiously features an exaggerated mountain range linking the Pyrenees with the Alps. It is most fascinating as one of the last Classical-medieval maps of France and Belgium, before the advent of modern surveying techniques would dramatically modify the cartographic appearance of the region. As part of the 1490 'Rome Ptolemy', this map was printed from the same plates used for the first edition of 1478. R.A. Skelton stated that the 1490 edition was issued 'in response to the geographical curiosity aroused by the Portuguese entry into the Indian Ocean', with Bartholemew Dias's rounding of the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 (Skelton, p.X), and appropriately Christopher Columbus heavily annotated a copy of the 1478 edition. The 'Rome Ptolemy' maps occupy an extremely important place in the history of early printing, and the story of their genesis is most fascinating. It begins with Conrad Swenheym, who is widely thought to have been present at the birth of printing while an apprentice of Johann Guttenberg. After Mainz w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
2016-06-13 05:16:25
PTOLEMY, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
Bookseller: Donald A. Heald Rare Books (ABAA) [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-04-24 06:19:55
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
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2016-04-24 06:19:55
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus.
Venedig, Bernardinus de Choris u. Simon de Luere, 5. Oktober 1490. Frühe Gesamtausgabe der philosophischen Werke und Briefe, zusammen mit den erhaltenen Schriften von Seneca dem Älteren, genannt Seneca Rhetor. Erstmals mit den bedeutenden „Naturales quaestiones" (Naturwissenschaftliche Untersuchungen). „The Naturales quaestiones survived the Middle Ages, contributing to the rediscovery of ancient science in Western Europe during the twelfth century, and was still read as a scientific work during the Renaissance. Today it gives an instructive picture of the state of Roman Science in the first century A.D., and of the history of Greek meteorology, has considerable literary interest, and illuminates our knowledge of Seneca himself" (DSB XII, 309f.). - Stellenw. etw. stockfleckig bzw. schwach wasserrandig. Zu Beginn und gegen Ende leicht wurmstichig. Die ersten sechs Blätter mit restaurierten Randläsuren im Fußsteg. Vereinzelte zeitgen. Marginalien, sonst insgesamt gutes und breitrandiges Exemplar. - GW M41242; Hain/C. 14593; Goff S 370; BMC V, 464; Proctor 5213; BSB-Ink S-267; Schüling 755; ISTC is00370000. la Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 Fol. 3 nn., 147; 65 num., 1 weißes (= 216) Bll. (Rom. Type, 62 Zeilen; Min. f. Initialen), Mod. Pgmt. unter Verwendung einer lateinischen Handschrift des 15. Jhds. mit zahlr. roten u. blauen Fleuronné-Initialen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-04-24 06:19:55
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-04-23 09:35:56
[Inkunabel-Sammelband].
Köln, Heinrich Quentell, um 1490-1492. 4°. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. auf 3 Doppelbünden m. breitem, blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Rücken. 1) Kerckmeister, Johannes. Fundamentum scholasticorum. Köln, Heinrich Quentell, 10. X. 1492. Mit rot eingemalten Initialen u. durchg. rubriziert. 40 (statt 42) nn. Bll. (Got. Type, 46-47 Zeilen). - Äußerst seltene Ausgabe dieses im Druck irrtümlich Remigius von Mettlach zugeschriebenen Werkes. - Die „Regulae“ des wohl um 1450 in Münster geborenen Verfassers, „auch unter dem Titel ‚Fundamentum scholasticorum‘, zu Kerckmeister gestellt, da sie nicht mit der ‚Regula Dominus quae pars‘ [des Remigius] übereinstimmen, wegen der inhaltlichen Bindung an Münster und wegen der deutlichen Traditionslinie, die ihren Ursprung 1486 in Münster nimmt“ (vgl. Ulrich Töns. Fundamentum scholarium. Die Grammatik des Johannes Kerckmeister (1486) als Zeugnis des Humanismus in Münster. In: Frühmittelalterliche Studien 42 (2008) S. 329–397). - Es fehlen die Blätter A1 (mit Titel u. Holzschnitt) u. A6. Lage A in sich verbunden. - GW M04420; Hain 13860; ISTC ir00140400 (nur 5 Exemplare; keines ausserhalb Europas); nicht bei Goff u. in der BSB. - 2) Bernardus Claravallensis (Bernard de bzw. Bernhard von Clairvaux). Floretus cum commento. [Ebda.,] nicht nach 1491. Mit einem großen beikolor. Titelholzschnitt, rot eingemalten Initialen u. durchg. rubriziert. 56 nn. Bll. (Got. Type, 35 bzw. 45 Zeilen). - Der mittelalterliche Abt, Kreuzzugsprediger und Mystiker Bernhard von Clairvaux (um 1090-1153) war einer der bedeutendsten Mönche des Zisterzienserordens, für dessen Ausbreitun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-04-08 16:51:00
Catholic Church. Liturgy & Ritual. Psalter.
1490. From a large, magnificent Benedictine Psalter, this is the start of Psalm 1, "Beatus vir . . ." ("Blessed is the man who hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stood in the way of sinners, nor sat in the chair of pestilence But his will is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he shall meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree which is planted near the running waters, which shall bring forth its fruit, in due season. And his leaf shall not fall off: and all [whatsoever he shall do shall prosper]. . . . "). The text appears here in sepia ink in a large Renaissance rotunda hand, set forth to the point of our bracket above, illuminated and featuring a large miniature of King David filling the center of a large initial B. Along the bottom margin in three medallions are Saints Mark, Benedict (center bottom), and Laurence; the right margin has two additional medallion portraits of unidentified female figures. The margins are garnished with gilt and bright-colored flowers, among which hides the small image of a deer; "As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God"?
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2016-03-30 07:33:52
(PTOLEMY). (FRANCE). (FRANKRIKE).
Roma. 1490. Originalt kobberstikk. Folio. Arkets størrelse : 56,5 cm X 42 cm.. Uten tekst på baksiden. Noe slitasje ved bretten
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2016-03-26 13:17:20
INCUNABLE). AQUINAS, Thomas
Bookseller: Fokas Holthuis [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2016-03-24 13:10:08
(INCUNABLE). AQUINAS, Thomas
Venice, Hermannus Liechtenstein, 26 Apr. 1490 & Venice, Bonetus Locatellus, for Octavianus Scotus, 23 May 1497. Two volumes in one binding. 34 x 22 cm. With a fine gothic binding, spine renewed. Folio. The first volume: 150 leaves. Printed in two columns, using two font sizes for the text. At the beginning three large painted initials, two in red and one in red, blue and violet. With several 7-line red initials and many 3-line lombards, alternately red and blue. Rubricated. The second volume: 264 leaves. Printed in two columns, using two font sizes for the text. Full of decorated woodcut initials, two large ones at the beginning of the text. Inside upper cover with some notes and two early 20th century catalog clippings. First page of the book block with rubbed-out owner's mark. A strip of the last page was cut out and replaced by a later strip of paper (no text loss). Some marginal notes. Outer pages a bit soiled and with some wormholes. A contemporary binding: calf over wooden boards with brass clasps of gothic style, adorned with fleurs-de-lis, roses and lions in lozenges and circlets. Spine renewed (20th century) with brown pigskin. The Sententiae by Petrus Lombardus (1096-1160), an attempt at systematic theology, were commented on by Thomas Aquinas in the 1250's, a very influential scholastic publication. This massive work was printed in four distinct parts. Hermanus Liechtenstein's edition of the third part (his only) is a second edition; Locatellus's edition of the fourth part is a fifth edition. Locatellus published the other three parts later, in 1498-1501. Goff … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-03-19 15:12:45
Catholic Church. Liturgy & Ritual. Psalter.
Northern Italy Folio. [1] f. (56 x 42 cm; 22" x 16").. ca. 1490 From a large, magnificent Benedictine Psalter, this is the start of Psalm 1, "Beatus vir . . ." ("Blessed is the man who hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stood in the way of sinners, nor sat in the chair of pestilence But his will is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he shall meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree which is planted near the running waters, which shall bring forth its fruit, in due season. And his leaf shall not fall off: and all [whatsoever he shall do shall prosper]. . . . "). The text appears here in sepia ink in a large Renaissance rotunda hand, set forth to the point of our bracket above, illuminated and featuring a large miniature of Kind David filling the center of a large initial B. Along the bottom margin in three medallions are Saints Mark, Benedict (center bottom), and Laurence; the right margin has two additional medallion portraits of unidentified female figures. The margins are garnished with gilt and bright-colored flowers, among which hides the small image of a deer; "As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God"? Matted and under glass in an elegant 20th-century gilt frame, ready for hanging. We have not opened this to discover whether Psalm 1 continues (or Job concludes) on the other side of the leaf, but the suspicion must be, given the beauty and quality of the side showing, that this is a leaf that would benefit from double-glazing showcasing both sides.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-02-02 14:45:28
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 x 43; - description: Map shows total France in trapezoid. On reverse the description with splendour-fully columns and ornaments - 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-24 07:13:33
PTOLEMY, Claudius
[Rome: Petrus de Turre, 1490. Engraved map. Good condition apart from repairs to the centre fold and at the lower margin. An important early map of north western Africa, from an edition of Ptolemy's 'Cosmographia' containing some of the finest Ptolemaic plates ever produced This important map is from the 1490 Rome edition of Ptolemy's Cosmographia :. It shows the majority of Morocco and Algeria, with Spain in outline to the north. All the maps are printed from the same plates as the Rome edition of 1478. 'The copper plates engraved at Rome ... [were] much superior in clarity and craftsmanship to those of the 1477 Bologna edition ... Many consider the Rome plates to be the finest Ptolemaic plates produced until Gerard Mercator engraved his classical world atlas in 1578' (Shirley p.2). Skelton echoes Shirley's sentiments: 'The superior craftsmanship of the engraved maps in the Rome edition, by comparison with those of the [1477] Bologna edition, is conspicuous and arresting. The cleanliness and precision with which the geographical details are drawn; the skill with which the elements of the map are arranged according to their significance, and the sensitive use of the burin in working the plates - these qualities ... seem to point to the hand of and experienced master, perhaps from North Italy' ( Claudius Ptolomaeus Cosmographia Rome 1478 , Amsterdam, 1966, p.VIII). A number of authorities have suggested an engraver from either Venice or Ferrara. In any event, the prints from these fine copper plates rank as some of the earliest successful intaglio engravings, quite apart fro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
2016-01-24 07:13:33
PTOLEMY, Claudius
[Rome: Petrus de Turre, 1490. Engraved map. Good condition apart from small repair to the centre fold and at the lower right corner. An important early map of north Africa, from an edition of Ptolemy's 'Cosmographia' containing some of the finest Ptolemaic plates ever produced This important map is from the 1490 Rome edition of Ptolemy's Cosmographia :. It shows the majority of Tunisia and Libya, with Sardinia and Sicily in outline to the north. All the maps are printed from the same plates as the Rome edition of 1478. 'The copper plates engraved at Rome ... [were] much superior in clarity and craftsmanship to those of the 1477 Bologna edition ... Many consider the Rome plates to be the finest Ptolemaic plates produced until Gerard Mercator engraved his classical world atlas in 1578' (Shirley p.2). Skelton echoes Shirley's sentiments: 'The superior craftsmanship of the engraved maps in the Rome edition, by comparison with those of the [1477] Bologna edition, is conspicuous and arresting. The cleanliness and precision with which the geographical details are drawn; the skill with which the elements of the map are arranged according to their significance, and the sensitive use of the burin in working the plates - these qualities ... seem to point to the hand of and experienced master, perhaps from North Italy' ( Claudius Ptolomaeus Cosmographia Rome 1478 , Amsterdam, 1966, p.VIII). A number of authorities have suggested an engraver from either Venice or Ferrara. In any event, the prints from these fine copper plates rank as some of the earliest successful intaglio engravings, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books
2016-01-23 04:24:33
PTOLEMY, Claudius (90-168 A.D.)
[Rome: Petrus de Turre, 1490. Copper-engraved map, in very good condition apart from a small marginal repair to the lower blank margin and a small rust-hole in the image area, rebacked centerfold, overall soiling. A highly important and elegant map from the second edition of the 'Rome Ptolemy' This map is one of the earliest and most important printed maps of the region embracing the Netherlands, Germany and Denmark, being one of the trapezoidal tabulae , or regional maps of the Classical world, contained in the 1490 Rome edition of Ptolemy's Cosmographia .. This map is also fascinating as one of the last representations of the region to be published before triangulated surveys dramatically modified the depiction of the region in the sixteenth-century. The image takes in the vast area of 'Magna Germania', the heart of Europe, running north of the Alps and extending up into Scandinavia. As part of the 1490 'Rome Ptolemy', this map was printed from the same plates used for the first edition of 1478. R.A. Skelton stated that the 1490 edition was issued 'in response to the geographical curiosity aroused by the Portuguese entry into the Indian Ocean', with Bartholemew Diaz's rounding of the Cape of Good Hope in 1488 (Skelton, p.X), and appropriately Christopher Columbus heavily annotated a copy of the 1478 edition. The 'Rome Ptolemy' maps occupy an extremely important place in the history of early printing, and the story of their genesis is most fascinating. It begins with Conrad Swenheym, who is widely thought to have been present at the birth of printing while an apprentice of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Donald Heald Rare Books [USA]
2016-01-20 20:37:53
Catholic Church. Liturgy & Ritual. Psalter.
Northern Italy Folio. [1] f. (56 x 42 cm; 22" x 16").. ca. 1490 From a large, magnificent Benedictine Psalter, this is the start of Psalm 1, "Beatus vir . . ." ("Blessed is the man who hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stood in the way of sinners, nor sat in the chair of pestilence But his will is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he shall meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree which is planted near the running waters, which shall bring forth its fruit, in due season. And his leaf shall not fall off: and all [whatsoever he shall do shall prosper]. . . . "). The text appears here in sepia ink in a large Renaissance rotunda hand, set forth to the point of our bracket above, illuminated and featuring a large miniature of Kind David filling the center of a large initial B. Along the bottom margin in three medallions are Saints Mark, Benedict (center bottom), and Laurence; the right margin has two additional medallion portraits of unidentified female figures. The margins are garnished with gilt and bright-colored flowers, among which hides the small image of a deer; "As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God"? Matted and under glass in an elegant 20th-century gilt frame, ready for hanging. We have not opened this to discover whether Psalm 1 continues (or Job concludes) on the other side of the leaf, but the suspicion must be, given the beauty and quality of the side showing, that this is a leaf that would benefit from double-glazing showcasing both sides.
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2016-01-20 20:05:15
Catholic Church. Liturgy & Ritual. Psalter.
Northern Italy Folio. [1] f. (56 x 42 cm; 22" x 16").. ca. 1490 From a large, magnificent Benedictine Psalter, this is the start of Psalm 1, "Beatus vir . . ." ("Blessed is the man who hath not walked in the counsel of the ungodly, nor stood in the way of sinners, nor sat in the chair of pestilence But his will is in the law of the Lord, and on his law he shall meditate day and night. And he shall be like a tree which is planted near the running waters, which shall bring forth its fruit, in due season. And his leaf shall not fall off: and all [whatsoever he shall do shall prosper]. . . . "). The text appears here in sepia ink in a large Renaissance rotunda hand, set forth to the point of our bracket above, illuminated and featuring a large miniature of Kind David filling the center of a large initial B. Along the bottom margin in three medallions are Saints Mark, Benedict (center bottom), and Laurence; the right margin has two additional medallion portraits of unidentified female figures. The margins are garnished with gilt and bright-colored flowers, among which hides the small image of a deer; "As a deer pants for flowing streams, so pants my soul for you, O God"? Matted and under glass in an elegant 20th-century gilt frame, ready for hanging. We have not opened this to discover whether Psalm 1 continues (or Job concludes) on the other side of the leaf, but the suspicion must be, given the beauty and quality of the side showing, that this is a leaf that would benefit from double-glazing showcasing both sides.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
Bookseller: Fokas Holthuis [Den Haag, Netherlands]
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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2016-01-19 21:29:26
INCUNABLE). SENECA, Lucius Annaeus
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