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2017-03-26 13:45:05
Caracciolus, Landulfus (Landulfus de Neapoli).
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 der Holzdeckel sowie die Kapitale tlw. m. Fehlstellen. Vorderdeckel m. Bibl.-Nummernschildchen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-03-16 21:28:28
POETAE CHRISTIANI VETERES
in-4, ff. (234), segnatura *8, ff-gg8, hh10, ii-xx8, yy10; hh-ii8, kk6 (ultimo bianco); 1i-3i 8, 4i 6; a10, b8, c10, d6) in bel caratt. romano (salvo i ff.171-200 in greco). Preziosa legatura veneziana della prima metà del XVI sec. in vitello biondo con bordura formata da tre ordini di filetti a secco e in oro ai piatti, dorso a nervi con fregi oro, tagli dorati (impercettibili abili restauri agli angoli, alle cerniere ed alle cuffie). Titolo generale al recto del foglio 1, al verso lettera dedicatoria di Aldo a Daniele Clario di Parma, professore di lettere a Ragusa, al quale è pure indirizzato lo scritto che segue "De metris quibus hoc in libro Prudentius usus est"; al recto del f. 4 inizia la Vita di Prudenzio scritta dallo stesso Aldo ed al verso dell'ultimo f. prelim. si trova il registro delle segnature "Regimen librorum Prudentii". Trattasi del primo volume, a sé stante, degli antichi poeti cristiani edito da Aldo Manuzio (gli altri due saranno pubblicati da Aldo rispettivamente nel giugno 1502 e giugno 1504) e costituisce la "editio princeps" di tutte le opere ivi contenute: la "Opera" di Prudenzio, che abbraccia i primi 148 fogli, gli "Epigrammata"di Prospero di Aquitania (ff. 149-170, segn. hh-ii8kk6), gli "Hymni et cantica" in greco (ff. 171-200) ed in latino di Giovanni Damasceno e Cosma di Gerusalemme (la parte greca era stata concepita da Aldo per essere interfoliata al testo corrispondente latino o per stare a sé, e manca in molti esemplari); in fine vi è il breve scritto di Teofane sull'Annunciazione. Opera di grande importanza per l'inusualità dei testi ed … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2017-03-06 00:20:18
Lyndwood, William; Lyndewood, William
1501. A Principal English Treatise on Canon Law [Lyndwood, William (c.1375-1446)]. [Badius, Josse (1462-1535), Editor]. Provinciale seu Constitutiones Anglie cum Summariis Atq[ue] Iustis Annotationibus: Honestis Characteribus: Summaq[ue] Accuratione Rursum Impresse. [Paris: Printed by Andreas Bocard at the University of Paris, May 28, 1501]. Collation: a8 b6, c-g8 h6 i-q8 r6 s-z8 [et]8 [con]6 A-B6 C8(-C8). cxcii, [19] ff. Complete. Main text surrounded by two-column linear gloss. Folio (13-1/2" x 9-1/2"). Contemporary paneled calf, corner fleurons and large arabesques to boards, recently rebacked, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers added, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge. A few shallow scuffs to boards, moderate rubbing to their extremities, corners bumped and somewhat worn, hinges cracked, later bookseller ticket, owner bookplate (of Walter Wigglesworth, dated 1934) and two 1930s-era auction or bookseller descriptions affixed to front pastedown. Text printed in red and black gothic type, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, faint dampstaining in places, minor edgewear to leaves at beginning and end of text, some with repairs, inkstains and spark burns to a few leaves. Contemporary annotations to endleaves and portions of text, some with minor loss due to trimming. A nice post-incunable copy of an important title. $5,000. * First post-1500 edition. Main text followed by nineteen-page, two-part index (Tabula). Compiled around 1433 and first published around 1483-1485, Provinciale is the main authority for early English canon law. Divided … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.
2017-03-03 20:36:20
VALLA, Giorgio.
[Colophon:] Venice: Aldus Manutius for Giovanni Pietro Valla, December 1501. First and only edition of the first great humanistic Renaissance encyclopaedia, an extraordinarily rich collection of translations from classical authors, and "une des plus belles productions des presses Aldines" (Graesse). It contains the first printings of any of the works of Archimedes, Apollonius, Autolycus, Eutocius, and Hero of Alexandria, Valla's own commentaries on Euclid (the first to be printed based on the Greek text), and the first printing of Ptolemy's star catalogue (the Almagest was not printed until 1515). "For the next forty years at least, De Rebus Expetendis remained almost the only printed source of reference for the works of Apollonius, Archimedes, the Eutocius commentaries, and Hero. It was used extensively by Leonardo [da Vinci] and Copernicus" (Rose 1975, p. 48). Leonardo owned a copy of De Expetendis, translated sections from it into Italian, and used it in his work on geometric proportions. De Expetendis is now recognized "as one of the most important direct sources of Leonardo's mathematical knowledge" (Kelley & Popkin, p. 45, n. 55). Copernicus, who studied the book in Padua, learned from it of the heliocentric ideas of Aristarchus; he also "made heavy use of the mathematical excerpts translated by Valla from such Greek authors as Archimedes, Autolycus and Ptolemy. Moreover, Copernicus used a star-catalogue printed by Valla which differs significantly from that of Ptolemy" (Rose 1975, pp. 123-4). De Expetendis was also an important source for Johannes Werner's work on co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS
2017-03-03 14:15:48
Laudenburg (Reinhardus de)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2017-02-10 18:08:28
1501. HOMENAGEM E TRIBUTO DOS ALCAIDES E APODERADOS DE CASTELLAR AO CONDE DE FERIA E SENHOR DE VILLALBA. 1501. In fólio (de 23x17 cm) com 12 fólios em pergaminho. Brochado da época dentro de fólio de pergaminho. Documento magnificamente redigido pelo tabelião da corte de Espanha a uma só mão firme e legível. Ilustrado com capitulares iluminadas as quais fornecem a seguinte estrutura ao texto: Fólio: 2: En la villa Fólio 2 verso: Conosada cosa sea a todos Fólio 4: En la balconera Fólio 5 verso: Alonso esteban de sepulveda Fólio 6: En el castellar de muy magnifico señor mi señor el conde de feria Fólio 6 verso: Conosada cosa sea a todos Fólio 8 verso: Sepan quantos Fólio 10: Ansi sacados Relativamente ao conteúdo do texto o manuscrito apresenta-se desta forma: Fólio 1: anverso em branco Fólio 1 verso: com capitular E iluminada de página inteira e texto datado da vila de Zafra, de 1501. Fólio 2: continuação do texto anterior. Fólio 3: traslado de outro texto outorgado na Vila de Castellar em 1470 Fólio 4: traslado de outro texto datado do lugar de la Balconera de 1473. Fólio 5 verso: traslado da carta dirigida ao alcaide da Fortaleza de Castellar, datada de 1484. Fólio 6, 7 e 8: traslado da carta acusando a entrega e a recepção do castelo e da fortaleza de Castellar em 1480. Fólio 8 verso e seguintes: assento público do preito, homenagem e tributo lavrado no lugar de la Balconera em 1487. Folios 11 e 12: fecho, assinaturas e reconhecimentos dos traslados anteriores realizados em 1501. Texto actualizado no fólio 1: « En la villa de Zafra [grafado: Cafra] del muy magnifico y muy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2016-12-28 19:37:55
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Bookseller: Petra Gros
2016-12-20 08:18:05
Kuang, Huan (Faksimile von 1501 mit einem Vademecum zu dem Klassiker der chinesischen Wirtschaftsdebatte)
Diesem Faksimile-Nachdruck liegt eine Textauswahl aus dem 1501 veröffentlichten Druck des Yantie Lun (Nationalbibliothek Beijing, Hongzhi 14) zugrunde. Das Exemplar hat die Nummer 162 von 200 Exemplaren. Band 2: Kommentarband zum Faksimile. Beide Bände ungelesen, wie neu, aus Privat-Bibliothek (Nichtraucher-Haushalt)
Bookseller: Unanjo
2016-12-17 15:27:19
Albubather.
Impressum Venetiis per Jo. Baptista Sessa anno Domini 1501. Dies 23. Februarii. In nachträglich montiertem Kartonumschlag. Titel fehlt, Inhalt beginnt mit Blatt 2. Im Kolophon Sessas Druckermarke, darunter Papierausschnitt. Blatt 5 mit Fehlstelle (ca. 1,5 cm2 Textverlust), 4 große Initialen. Guter Zustand. // ENGLISH: Cardboard cover of younger age. Title page missing, content starts with page 2. Colophon includes Sessa’s printer’s mark, below a larger part of paper is cut out. Page 5 contains a fault of about 1,5 square centimeters loss in text. 4 large initials. Good condition. 28 Blatt Latein 200g [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Krull GmbH [Germany]
2016-12-09 15:40:17
Iustinianus
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2016-12-03 16:49:10
Iustinianus
per Paganinum De Paganinis, 1501. 8vo (cm. 17,5), 152 cc. (i.e. 140). Stampa su due colonne in rosso e nero. Legatura coeva. Piatti in legno ricoperti in pelle con incisioni a secco e fermagli (manca un fermaglio, tracce d’usura, restauri e carte di guardia rinnovate). Scritte sulla prima carta, numerose sottolineature e annotazioni marginali. Alcuni aloni e macchie sparse. Forellini di tarlo che toccano solo qualche lettera sulle ultime trenta carte. Nel complesso attraente esemplare nella sua legatura d’origine di una edizione molto rara. Non presente in Adams né in Br. Libr.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.
2016-11-09 21:47:44
DÜRER, ALBRECHT.
Bookseller: Vangsgaards Antikvariat Aps [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2016-11-03 12:04:38
POETAE CHRISTIANI VETERES
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-10-22 12:48:47
Lely (Gilbert)
86 pages in-8 numérotées à la main, dont 4 pages autographes, sous couverture cartonnée autographe. Épreuves de l'autobiographie de Girolamo Cardano (1501-1576) : Jérôme Cardan, Ma Vie, Pages Magistrales suivie de Préceptes pour mes fils, traduite du latin par Paul Le Gendre de l'Académie de Médecine, et Gilbert Lely. Ouvrage en réalité entièrement retravaillé et édité par Lely sur ce mathématicien, médecin, astrologue, physicien, inventeur, philosophe, etc., de la fin de la Renaissance italienne. En page 2, Lely a rédigé la Table autographe du livre ; en page 4, il a également rédigé un Avertissement autographe, qu'il signe de ses initiales : "Ces pages ont été publiées de janvier 1937 a janvier 1938 dans la revue Hippocrate dont j'étais le rédacteur en chef. La traduction de M. Paul Le Gendre, qui m'avait été remise par des héritiers, était très correcte [...] mais à l'état de brouillon". Il l'a retravaillée complètement et en a modifié la forme, mais il précise qu'il n'avait pas, à l'époque de la publication dans Hippocrate, fait figurer sa signature à côté de celle de Le Gendre: "On ne l'y rencontre qu'au bas des fragments de Jérôme Cardan parus dans le numéro des Cahiers G.L.M. consacré au Rêve et publié sous la direction d'André Breton en mars 1938". Les épreuves de sa Notice sur Jérôme Cardan comportent de nombreuses corrections, ajouts autographes et rajouts de paragraphes autographes. Le reste des épreuves comporte également quelques corrections et ajouts autographes, ainsi que des corrections typographiques. Bel ensemble montrant le critique-poète au travail.. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Les Livres du Pont-Neuf
2016-10-19 08:06:36
Bible. O.T. English. Douai. 1609–10.
Doway: Laurence Kellam, 1609–10. 4to (I: 22.3 cm, 8.75"; II: 21 cm, 8.3"). 2 vols. I: [2], 1115, [1] pp. (5 leaves supplied). II: 1124, [2 (errata)] pp. (5 leaves in facsimile). First edition of the first Catholic Old Testament in English — editio princeps of the Douai (or Douay, or Doway) Old Testament, half of what is commonly known as the Douai–Rheims Bible. The New Testament first appeared at Rheims in 1582; at that time the Old Testament was said to be ready for printing, but its actual publication was delayed until 1609 due to lack of funds. Both portions were translated from the Latin Vulgate mainly by Gregory Martin (with the intensely controversial Old Testament notes done by Thomas Worthington), under the supervision of Cardinal William Allen at Douai, the center of English Catholicism in exile during Elizabeth's reimposition of Protestantism.    This translation is important for all, not just Catholics, as an enduringly influential milestone in Bible history. => One of the foundational works in any collection of Bibles and Testaments.    Evidence of Readership / Provenance: Vol. I front free endpaper with early inked inscription: "Cloister of Nazareth"; pastedown with inscription in a different hand, reading "The holy Bible some pages cut out, (for modesty's sake) thro' ignorance yt. each word hear in [sic] is sacred, & too sacred for such, as finds thmselves unfit to read it." Vol. II front pastedown inscribed "Men have many faults / Women have but two / Nothing wright thay say / Nothing good they doo" [sic], signed by the Rev. Folkins of Derbyshire, dated MDCCC … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2016-10-18 10:11:19
Institoris, Heinrich (Heinrich Kramer).
1501. Folio (220 x 315 mm). 128 ff. (a-b8, c-d6, e4, f6, g4, h-p6, q4, r-x6, y4; page count: [t.p.], iii, v, iiii, v-ix, v, xiii, xii, [2 ff.], xiiii, xvi-xliii, xlvii, xlv-cvii, cix-cxxviii), complete thus. With half-page title woodcut, full-page woodcut on verso, large woodcut initial, and printer's device at the end (all with contemporary touches of red ink), as well as numerous fleuronee and lombardic initials in red and green, including five figurated initials. Rubricated throughout. Contemp. blindstamped gothic binding: dark brown calf over wooden boards, remains of engraved brass claps. First edition of this polemic against the Bohemian Brethren, written by the author of the notorious "Malleus Maleficarum": a "Bulwark of Faith of the Holy Roman Church Against the Heresy of the Waldensians and Picards". Extremely rare: the present copy represents the hitherto unknown first impression of the first edition, still bearing a slightly different title; all other known copies printed that same year (three via OCLC, one in the Scientific Library of Olomouc, one in the Bavarian State Library), as well as the 1502 second edition, are entitled "Sancte Romane ecclesie fidei defensionis clippeum adversus waldensium seu pickardorum heresim, certas Germanie Bohemieque nationes in odium cleri ac enervatioe ecclesiatice potestatis virulenta contagione sparsim inficientes" (changing the - misspelled - "bulwark" into a "shield"). Quire signatures and pagination depart from those stated by OCLC in several details. In particular, the head-over-heels "u" in "virulenta" (here printed as "vi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-09-15 20:32:44
SCHEDEL, D. Hartmann.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2016-09-11 19:04:35
PSALTER OF THE VIRGIN -
Paris: Jean Trepperel, 1501. 4to (182 x 117 mm). Collation: a8 b-r6 s8 (lacking a1 and s8). 110 (of 112) leaves, unfoliated. 33 lines, shoulder notes. Type: 7:97G. Woodcut 2-line Lombard initials. Large woodcut of St. Jerome opening text, including a banner containing typographic lettering set in a curve, thirty text illustrations printed from eight woodblocks (or possibly 7 woodblocks and a metalcut) along with a variety of small border cuts, several of the illustrations, including the St. Jerome cut, with partial contemporary wash coloring in mauve, pale olive, green, blue and/or gray. Lacking, apparently since the sixteenth century, the title-leaf and final leaf (either blank or containing a printer's device), a few shoulder notes cropped; tear in k6 affecting 4 letters, some staining and soiling, red color stains to d7v-d8r obscuring part of one word, a few wormholes especially at end, causing loss to a few letters of last 2 leaves, last leaf quite stained and with old repairs. Modern binding of green patterned silk, morocco lettering-piece on spine (chipped), beige patterned silk liners, edges stained red, 2 modern laid paper flyleaves at front and back, with an additional 4 blank leaves of different modern paper preceding text. Provenance: Roland le Roux, contemporary manuscript inscription on a2r (Rolland Le Roux demourant... [illegible]); 2 other early ownership inscriptions at end, the first partly effaced; unidentified 20th-century armorial bookplate with initials G. L.; on the first of the four leaves preceding the text is mounted a cut out transcription of the c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc.
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2016-09-05 19:28:59
PRUDENTIUS CLEMENS Aurelius.
1501. (In fine: Venetiis, apud Aldum, mense Ianuario, 1501), in-4, leg. in piena pergamena antica, applicati ai contropiatti frammenti d'una Bibbia manoscritta medioevale (capitoli XVII e XVIII della Genesi) con due iniziali filigranate in rosso e blu, cc. [148] (su [234]). Primo volume dei due che componevano la serie "Poetae christianae vateris"; in realtà si tratta della sola prima parte del primo volume (l'ultimo testo presente è: Aurelii Prudentii Clementis viri consul. dittochaeum) che termina col colophon recante i dati di stampa: mancano le successive 86 carte. Il margine esterno bianco di una pagina è completamente occupato da notizie su Prudenzio, accuratamente manoscritte nel Cinquecento. Due piccoli forellini di tarlo al margine bianco superiore di circa la metà delle carte. Renouard p. 24.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-08-27 19:43:55
HUNDT Magnus
1501. in - 4, 116 ff. non num. (il f. G4 ed i 4 ff. d'errata non sono presenti), leg. tedesca coeva in p.pelle, ricca decoraz. a secco sui piatti (dorso parzialmente restaurato). Prima edizione di uno dei primissimi libri portanti illustrazioni di anatomia. Magnus Hundt the Elder (1449 - 1519) fu conferenziere all'Università di Leipzig. Le illustrazioni nel suo testo offrono la più completa raffigurazione degli organi umani e delle viscere pubblicate sino ad allora. Le cinque silografie a p. pagina sono: 2 della testa, una dell'intero corpo umano, una della mano che mostra i segni chiromantici, e una degli organi interni del torace e dell'addome; 14 piccole silografie n.t. con raffiguazioni dell'occhio, dello stomaco e degli intestini, del cranio, colonna vertebrale, cuore e della milza. Il testo include pure una sezione sull'astrologia, una sulla fisiognomica e un breve trattato di chiromanzia. Bellissimo esemplare di uno dei libri più rari della storia della medicina, ricco di estese annotazioni manoscritte in rosso pallido di mano di un possessore del tempo (purtroppo il f. G4, che al verso presenta la silografia del corpo umano, è mancante ed è sostituito da un perfetto vecchio facsimile su carta coeva; alcuni quaderni lievemente bruniti). Nessun esemplare in biblioteche italiane.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-08-22 14:59:19
Philostratus F.
1501. (Impressum Bononiae, ab impressore optimo Benedicto Hectoris Bononiensi, 1501), in - folio, leg. ottocentesca in mezza tela, carte 93. Con marca tipografica in fine. Mancano il primo quaderno (A: formato da due carte, front. compreso) e l'ultima carta (K4) che era bianca. Restauro reintegrativo al margine superiore delle prime 27 carte con perdita di testo nelle prime 15. Prima edizione in lingua latina. Angolo inf. esterno di molte carte indebolito.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini
2016-06-13 01:24:25
Aristoteles: = Petrus de Abano
1501. Problemata Alexandri Aphrodisei. Problemata Plutarchi, cum gratia. - Venetiis, Per Bonetum Locatellum, 1501, Folio (304 x 210 mm), (22), 296 fl. double colum, gothic letters, woodcut initials, printer device, fine full leather binding. A broad marginated, clean and well preserved copy of this beautifully volume, printed on strong paper. The greatest scientific name after Hippocrates is that of Aristotle (384-322 B.C.), who gave the medicine the beginnings of botany, zoology, comparative anatomy, embryology, teratology and physiology, and use of formal logic as an instrument of precision. Aristotle, a pupil of Plato, and at one time tutor to Alexander the Great, had a profound influence in determining the direction of medical and biological thought; perhaps no other man has so dominated and advanced science as a whole.The Aristotelian Problemata enjoyed considerable popularity in the Middle Ages, especially its book IV, dealing with sexual intercourse and generation, which adapted in such manner that it became a kind of pornographic publication. Petrus de Abano (1250-1315?) was one of the most illustrious and influential men of his time and probably the most influential medical writer of the later middle age. A native of Apano near Padua (from which he takes his name), he took his degree in Paris and his cures were so remarkable that he was able to obtain the highest fees of any physicians of his time. He was called the Consiliator because of his remarkable book published during his residence in the Paris University. He was consulted by such man as Pope Honorius IV and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MedicusBooks.Com [Germany]
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2016-01-12 15:40:11
GUILLERMUS, Parisiensis [William of Auvergne] (c. 1180-1249) (attributed to) -- QUENTELL, Heinrich, printer (d. 1501)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-01-12 15:40:11
GUILLERMUS, Parisiensis [William of Auvergne] (c. 1180-1249) (attributed to) -- QUENTELL, Heinrich, printer (d. 1501)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2015-12-15 11:04:56
Lyndwood, William; Lyndewood, William
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2015-12-14 20:41:49
Aulus Persius Flaccus
(Venedig, Pentius ), 1501. 4°. 102 Bl. Pergament des 18. Jahrhunderts (Gebräunt und fleckig, teils bestossen). Goff, P-352. - Sehr seltene und reich kommentierte Ausgabe dieser Postinkunabel. - Aulus Persius Flaccus (* 4. Dezember 34 n. Chr. in Volterra; † 24. November 62 n. Chr.), römischer Dichter (etruskischer, ritterlicher Abstammung) propagierte in seinen Dichtungen die stoische Lebensweisheit und kritisierte zeitgenössische Missstände. Seine Werke wurden nach seinem Tod vom Philosophen Lucius Annaeus Cornutus herausgegeben und waren bis ins Mittelalter populär. (Wikipedia). Seine Dichtung wurde auch später noch rezipiert, allerdings im Laufe der Zeit immer weniger verstanden. Persius, bei seinen Zeitgenossen beliebt und geschätzt, später noch von Quintilian und Martial bewundert, galt mit dem größer werdenden zeitlichen, sprachlichen und kulturellen Abstand zunehmend als dunkel, unverständlich, obskur oder gar kafkaesk. Sein Werk schien vom „neronischen Zeitstil“ und der Autor von einer mystifizierenden, esoterischen Weltsicht geprägt. (vgl. dazu Kißel). - Persius schrieb u.a. sechs Satiren im Hexameter, die hier vorliegen. Eine Praetexta (Tragödie mit nationalrömischem Inhalt) und Gedichte auf Arria, die Schwiegermutter des Thrasea (eines befreundeten Politikers), gingen verloren. Das unvollendete Satirenbuch wurde von Cornutus bearbeitet; dieser kürzte den Schluss der 6. Satire und entschärfte anstößige politische Anspielungen. Außerdem sind 14 Choliamben (Verse im Hinkjambus) teils am Ende, teils am Anfang der Satiren überliefert.(Wikipedia). - Einen neuen Zugang m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: A la Recherche [Bonn, Germany]
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2015-11-22 00:25:22
Boethius, (Pseudo-):
Köln, (am Ende:) Quentell, 1501 - 66 nn. Bll. mit großem Titelholzschnitt. VD 16, B6423. Voulliéme, Köln 1184. - Bis zum 15. Jahrhundert galt der spätantike Boethius als Autor dieser Schrift. Vor dem 13. Jahrhundert wurde das Werk niergendwo erwähnt und es existierte auch keine Handschrift. Das Vorwort, in dem Boethius sich als Autor vorstellt, zeigt nur geringe Kenntnisse der Werke des spätantiken Boethius, auch deutet die Schilderung der universitären Einrichtungen von Paris auf einen mittelalterlichen Autor hin. In der Forschung wird davon ausgegangen, daß der Text um ca. 1240 in Paris entstanden ist. Der Text selbst ist eine gute und genaue Quelle zum schulischen und universitären Leben im Paris des Mittelalters. (vgl. Pseudo - Boece, De Disciplina Scolarium, edition critique par Olga Weijers. Leiden 1976). - Der hübsche Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Lehrer mit 4 Schülern. - Zur Kollation: a - l6 (Lage e verbunden). - Hs. Besitzvermerk am Titel. Die letzten Bll. mit kleinen Wurmspuren und schwachen Wasserrändern. Das letzte Blatt fachmännisch hinterlegt. Sonst kaum gebräunt oder fleckig. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 300
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat
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2015-11-13 19:29:48
Isabel I, Queen of Spain.
1501. On the top half of this page the Queen orders Sancho de Parades, her chamberlain, to pay Germán de Paris and his partner Jacques 22,600 maravides remaining on the 78,600 maravides that she owes them for a tapestry. The woven piece is a gift for a church, and includes 12 depictions of the royal coat of arms. On the bottom half is a signed receipt, in Spanish, dated Granada 8 May 1501, wherein Germán de Paris and Jacques acknowledge receiving the above mentioned payment.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2015-10-31 22:15:33
Pseudo-Aristoteles,
Benedictus Hectoris, 26. Okt. ., Bologna 1501 - Neuer Pgt. unter Verwendung einer frühen Antiphonar-Handschrift. Folio (30 : 21 cm). 34 (st. 36) num. Bll. Got. Type. 2 Spalten. - Frühe Ausgabe dieser Sammlung pseudo-aristotelischer Schriften, die erste bei Benedictus Hectoris in Bologna. Äußerst selten, kein Exemplar im JAP und im ABPC. Das in überaus zahlr. Handschriften und Drucken verbreitete Werk ist eine enzyklopädische Sammlung von philosophisch-medizinischen Ratschlägen, die Aristoteles angeblich Alexander dem Großen erteilte. Übersetzungen dieses Werks erzielten sowohl im arabischsprachigen Raum als auch in der lateinischsprachigen Gelehrtenwelt des Mittelalters eine außerordentlich starke Nachwirkung. "Most widely influential upon the medieval mind of all the spurious works attributed to Aristotle was The secret of secrets . Gaster calls it 'The most popular book of the middle ages'. It is believed to be the outcome of a gradual process of compilation from very varied sources, and to have reached something like its present form by the seventh or eighth century of our era." (Thorndike II, 267ff.) - Die interessante Holzschnitt-Illustration auf dem Titel zeigt das bronzene Signalhorn Alexanders des Großen. Die schöne Druckermarke bei Kristeller 12. - Fehlen die beiden Bll. 13 und 14. - Erste 2 Bll. mit restaur. Eckläsur im unt. Bundsteg. Deckel leicht geworfen. Sonst schönes, sauberes und breitrandiges Exemplar. First edition by Benedictus Hectoris, extremely scarce. Not in BM STC, Adams, Sander, Wellcome, Durling. Early edition of this famous and influential collect … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst Hamburg GmbH
2015-09-28 18:45:55
Philostratus, Lucius Flavius; Beroaldo, Philippo (edited and scripted); Rinuccini, Alamano (trans.)
Bologna: Benedictus Hectoris, 1501. First Edition. Hardcover (Half Vellum). Very Good Condition. Later, ca. early 19th century, vellum backed boards. Worn at edges, old private library label to front cover. Library stamp to title and first page, scattered foxing and occasional staining, most in red (from candle wax?) not obstructing legibility meaninfully. Scattered early underlining and marginalia - generally a clean, attractive copy. (2), 93 leaves. The first Latin edition of the possibly apocryphal biography of Apollonius of Tyana, magician, Pythagorean philosopher and traveler. It describes his travels in Italy, Nubia, Mesopotamia and India. The Aldine edition was published shortly after (1501-1504) and included Philostratus's complete works, but the Latin translation used was unimproved by Beroaldo. The Rinuccini manuscript translation into Latin was prepared for the Medici in 1475. 4 Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Biography & Autobiography; Travel & Places. Inventory No: 045685.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
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