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2020-07-23 05:43:50
ZARATE, Augustin de.
XL, 360; VIII, 480 pp.One of the most valuable works on the history of the discovery and conquest of Peru. Augustin de Zarate (1504-1560), sent out to examine into the financial affairs of Peru, remained there several years, making notes and collecting material for the present History. He had access to the best official sources of information, and his work is the foundation for later works on the subject. The original Spanish edition was published at Antwerp, 1555, the first French translation appeared at Amsterdam, 1700.Binding slightly rubbed; old owners manuscript entry on first fly-leaf; 2 plates lacking; some staining. With the bookplate of H.H. Jonkers.l Alden & Landis 742/218; JCB 723; Rene-Moreno 784; Sabin 106265; Palau 379644; cf. Cox II, pp. 251-2; this edition not in Chadenat.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-05 14:57:02
OMHPOY/HOMERI [Homer]
Published by Aldus no date [1504], Venice. , 1-277 leaves, A - LL8 MM5, as per A.A. Renouard and Goldsmid's Bibliotheca Curiosa of the Aldine Press #69 vol.I, one of two volume set the other being the Odyssey with the Life of Homer. This edition often announced as without date because the date only appears in the preface to the Odyssey, pocket edition classic, text in Greek First Thus , 18th century binding, worn and rubbed, chipping at the extremities, split front joint, stitched at the hinges, some very neat marginalia pre last binding as trimmed, some trimmed loss to heading on approx. 3 leaves but text unaffected, ink inscriptions to the front end papers, a few light marks internally, the contents neat, tight and are in very good condition, the book is in good condition , full calf, gilt ruling and gilt titled red morocco label to the spine , octavo 15.5 x 10cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-15 10:15:48
HESE (HESSE), Johannes Witte de.
Itinerarius Joannis de Hese presbyteri a Hierusalem describens dispotiones terra[rum] insular[um] montiu[m] et aquar[um]. Ac etiam queda[m] mirabilia et p[er]icula per diversas p[ar]tes mu[n]di continge[n]tia lucidissime enarrans. (Colophon: Deventer, Jacobus de Breda, 1504). Small 4to (20.5 x 14.5 cm). Rubricated throughout with the blank spaces for initials left open. Including the last blank leaf. Modern calf in period style. [19], [1 blank] ll. Rare third Deventer edition, in the original Latin, of a popular account of the fictitious travels supposedly made by one Johannes Witte de Hese, a cleric from the diocese of Utrecht in the Netherlands, often compared to the classic account of the travels of Sir John Mandeville. It was first published at Cologne ca. 1490, but Jacobus de Breda published the second edition at Deventer in 1497. Witte de Heses travels start in Jerusalem in 1389 (in this edition updated to 1489) when he departs for Egypt, observing many curiosities, including monstrous flying fish in the Red Sea, a hermit feeding on manna, and a unicorn detoxifying a stream poisoned by desert serpents. From Damietta, Egypt, he boards a ship to Ethiopia ("interior India"), meanwhile observing pygmies fighting against storks, one-eyed cannibals and a sea of sand, and he is briefly taken captive. Six weeks later he and his entourage arrive in Prester John's capital of Edissa, and marvel at his enormous palace. During their stay they visit the city of Hulna, with the Church of Saint Thomas, which is a four-day walk from Edissa. Before returning to Jerusalem, Witte de Hese … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-05-13 03:07:37
GREGORY I, POPE
Lazarus Soardus 18 December 1504, Venice. 305 x 205 mm. (12 x 8"). [20] p.l., 197 leaves. Second Edition. Modern full polished calf. Title page with elaborate woodcut border and large woodcut of the printer presenting the work to Pope Julius II and receiving his privilege and blessing, opening of Book I with 10-line initial containing a portrait of St. Gregory, printer's device in colophon. With occasional early ink marginalia. Edit16 CNCE 21705; STC Italian, p. 314; not in Adams. See also: BMC V, lxvi; Norton, "Italian Printers 1501-1520," pp. 152-53. Gutter open between second and third leaves (nothing loose), isolated trivial stains, otherwise an exceedingly fine copy, internally clean, fresh, and bright, and in an unworn sympathetic binding. This extraordinarily well-preserved copy of a rare post-incunabular edition of the Letters of Pope Gregory I (ca. 540-604) is a valuable source of information on the early Medieval world and Church history during a crucial time of expansion for the faith, with added interest in the form of an early and unusual printer's portrait. The latest of the Latin Church Fathers and the first monk to be elected pope, Gregory I founded seven monasteries following the Rule of Benedict, including St. Andrew's on the Caelian Hill in Rome, which he himself joined, and where he became abbot. In 590 he was called to the papacy, and proved to be a dynamic leader in both the spiritual and practical realms. In the estimation of the Catholic Encyclopedia, during his 14 years as pope "he crowded work enough to have exhausted the energies of a lifetime." I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-04-22 07:55:16
APULEIUS, Lucius; BEROLADO, Philippo
Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, 1504. The Text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass With the Extensive Commentary of Filippo Beroaldo A Remarkably Fine Copy in its Original Binding APULEIUS, Lucius. Commentarii a Philippo Beroaldo Conditi in Asinum[m] Aureu[m] Lucii Apuleii. [Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504].Folio (12 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches; 309 x 206 mm.). 237 leaves [i.e. 238**]. Central text with surrounding commentary. Woodcut architectural border to a2v. Mainly white-on-black ornamental initials in two sizes, one quite large. Fine contemporary binding of decoratively blind-tooled calf over oak boards. Two brass clasps at foredge, one old, the other fairly recent. Early vellum manuscript 'waste' for sewing the text block. Spine with paper label lettered in manuscript, remains of old paper label on back board. Some light worming to covers and a few neat repairs to spine. Three-line title on leaf A1 with an old ink shelf reference "L No. 17." and old ink inscription crossed through. Minimal toning to text.** Leaves O4 & O5 both have the leaf number 126. A remarkably fine copy in its original binding, with the text bright and crisp. The text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass, with the extensive commentary of Filippo Beroaldo. The third edition of Beroaldo's commentary, the first having appeared in 1500. The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, which Augustine of Hippo referred to as The Golden Ass (Asinus aureus), is the only ancient Roman novel in Latin to survive in its entirety. The protagonist of the novel is called Lucius. At the end of the n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-04-19 13:01:30
1) POPE SAINT PIUS V (1504-1572). Lecta in die Coenae Domini, anno MDLXVII. Bologna: Apud Ioannem Rossium, 1577. The papal bull, In Coenae Domini, for the year 1567, issued by Pope Saint Pius V. In Coenae Domini was a recurrent papal bull issued on the Feast of Holy Thursday which was a statement of ecclesiastical censures against various sins and crimes. St. Carlo Borromeo had copies of the Bull posted in all the confessionals in Milan for use by confessors. The Bull of 1567 begins with an excommunication of Husites, Wyfcliffites, Lutherans, Zwinglians, Hugonauts, and Anabaptists. Other persons censured in the document include pirates and all at sea who plunder and steal, as well as Christians mercenary soliders who hire themselves out to Turks and other Muslim kingdoms. The Bull also reasserts eccelesiastical rights over certain aspects of the civil order, which are but ensured that Catholic sovereigns would not allow it to be promulgated in their lands. Quite rare, with only two copies found worldwide. 4to, 10pp. Unbound as issued. Browned, with a few creases and nicks to edges. 2) POPE PIUS IV (1499-1565). Revocatio omnium indulgentiarum, quaestarum, & aliarum facultatum, quae deferuntur per commissarios, cum reductione illarum ad visitantes personaliter Ecclesias originale. Rome: [Antonio Blado?], 1561. Dated 7 May. Large and attractively printed broadside which orders the revocation of numerous indulgences, an attempt to stem the abuses that played an important role in the Protestant Reformation and was one of the chief aims of the Council of Trent (1545-1563). The va … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books (npzinos) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, United States]
2020-04-09 22:16:02
OMHPOY/HOMERI [Homer]
Aldus, 1504. Condition: 18th century binding, worn and rubbed, chipping at the extremities, split front joint, stitched at the hinges, some very neat marginalia pre last binding as trimmed, some trimmed loss to heading on approx. 3 leaves but text unaffected, ink inscriptions to the front end papers, a few light marks internally, the contents neat, tight and are in very good condition, the book is in good condition. 1-277 leaves, A - LL8 MM5, as per A.A. Renouard and Goldsmid's Bibliotheca Curiosa of the Aldine Press #69 vol.I, one of two volume set the other being the Odyssey with the Life of Homer. This edition often announced as without date because the date only appears in the preface to the Odyssey, pocket edition classic, text in Greek.
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2020-03-22 15:11:02
PETRUS Frater
Rubricated throughout, page numbers supplied in ink at head. 4to (200 x 145mm). 27(unnumbered) ff. Eighteenth-century calf with triple gilt fillets, spine gilt in compartments, inside gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers (sympathetically rebacked, with original spine laid down, rubbed). Basel, J. Wolff (Jacobus von Pforzheim), 22 June,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2020-03-21 10:05:08
Aristoteles
In fine: Impressum Venetiis Per Bernardinum Venetum De Vitalibus. S.D. (ma 1504 circa). [Postincunabolo] (cm.31,5) ottima mz. pergamena antica restaurata. --cc. 56 nn. Capilettera ornati e figurati anche a fondo nero. Opera pertinente a varie materie: medicina, fisionomia, segreti, minerali ecc. in fine assai rilevante il capitolo sulle meraviglie delle nuove scoperte delle Indie. i margini bianchi di tutta l' opera contengono varie annotazioni manoscritte coeve. nonostante accurate ricerche, questa edizione manca a tutta la bibliografia consultata compreso Adams, Bm. Stc. e Cranz-Schmitt "A Bibliography of Aristotle" il censimento nazionale "Iccu" registra solo 3 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Esemplare ottimamente restaurato. Alcune bruniture e aloni sparsi, piccole integrazioni al margine bianco e agli angoli di varie carte che mai interessano il testo. Altrimenti esemplare discreto con buoni margini, ben accettabile per la sua rarità. Le bibliografie consultate citano edizioni posteriori.[f72] Libro
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, Italy]
2020-03-19 20:05:09
APULEIUS, Lucius; BEROLADO, Philippo
Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, 1504. The Text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass With the Extensive Commentary of Filippo Beroaldo A Remarkably Fine Copy in its Original Binding APULEIUS, Lucius. Commentarii a Philippo Beroaldo Conditi in Asinum[m] Aureu[m] Lucii Apuleii. [Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504]. Folio (12 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches; 309 x 206 mm.). 237 leaves [i.e. 238**]. Central text with surrounding commentary. Woodcut architectural border to a2v. Mainly white-on-black ornamental initials in two sizes, one quite large. Fine contemporary binding of decoratively blind-tooled calf over oak boards. Two brass clasps at foredge, one old, the other fairly recent. Early vellum manuscript 'waste' for sewing the text block. Spine with paper label lettered in manuscript, remains of old paper label on back board. Some light worming to covers and a few neat repairs to spine. Three-line title on leaf A1 with an old ink shelf reference "L No. 17." and old ink inscription crossed through. Minimal toning to text. ** Leaves O4 & O5 both have the leaf number 126. A remarkably fine copy in its original binding, with the text bright and crisp. The text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass, with the extensive commentary of Filippo Beroaldo. The third edition of Beroaldo's commentary, the first having appeared in 1500. The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, which Augustine of Hippo referred to as The Golden Ass (Asinus aureus), is the only ancient Roman novel in Latin to survive in its entirety. The protagonist of the novel is called Lucius. At the end of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-17 10:18:36
APULEIUS, Lucius; BEROLADO, Philippo
Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, 1504. The Text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass With the Extensive Commentary of Filippo Beroaldo A Remarkably Fine Copy in its Original Binding APULEIUS, Lucius. Commentarii a Philippo Beroaldo Conditi in Asinum[m] Aureu[m] Lucii Apuleii. [Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504]. Folio (12 1/8 x 8 1/8 inches; 309 x 206 mm.). 237 leaves [i.e. 238**]. Central text with surrounding commentary. Woodcut architectural border to a2v. Mainly white-on-black ornamental initials in two sizes, one quite large. Fine contemporary binding of decoratively blind-tooled calf over oak boards. Two brass clasps at foredge, one old, the other fairly recent. Early vellum manuscript 'waste' for sewing the text block. Spine with paper label lettered in manuscript, remains of old paper label on back board. Some light worming to covers and a few neat repairs to spine. Three-line title on leaf A1 with an old ink shelf reference "L No. 17." and old ink inscription crossed through. Minimal toning to text. ** Leaves O4 & O5 both have the leaf number 126. A remarkably fine copy in its original binding, with the text bright and crisp. The text of Apuleius' Matamorphoses or The Golden Ass, with the extensive commentary of Filippo Beroaldo. The third edition of Beroaldo's commentary, the first having appeared in 1500. The Metamorphoses of Apuleius, which Augustine of Hippo referred to as The Golden Ass (Asinus aureus), is the only ancient Roman novel in Latin to survive in its entirety. The protagonist of the novel is called Lucius. At the end of the novel, h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
2020-03-15 17:36:59
PETRUS Frater
1504. Rubricated throughout, page numbers supplied in ink at head. 4to (200 x 145mm). 27(unnumbered) ff. Eighteenth-century calf with triple gilt fillets, spine gilt in compartments, inside gilt dentelles, marbled endpapers (sympathetically rebacked, with original spine laid down, rubbed). Basel, J. Wolff (Jacobus von Pforzheim), 22 June, An extremely rare account of the life of St Catherine of Alexandria, whose miraculous life and martyrdom made her one of the most important and popular saints of the Middle Ages. This is the third edition of the text of Franciscan Frater Petrus - thought to be writing around 1400 - the first two illustrated and printed by Grüninger at Strasbourg in 1500 (the first in Latin, followed only two months later by the second in German), and one of many versions of the hagiography to appear in the fifteenth and into the sixteenth centuries. The daughter of the governor of Alexandria in the early 4th century, the legend of St Catherine describes how she was persecuted, tortured and eventually beheaded by Emperor Maxentius for refusing to recant her Christian beliefs; launching an effective and scholarly defence of her faith to fifty interlocutors organised in a debate by the Emperor; and successfully converting several of her adversaries, as well as Maxentius' wife (all of whom were subsequently put to death). Repeated attempts at starvation and torture, including being broken on a wheel (hence 'Catherine wheel') were to no effect, and Catherine was eventually martyred. Following St Catherine's life are two laudatory prayers in praise of another re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2020-03-10 18:38:09
Apuleius, Lucius.
[ Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504]. Apuleius (c. 124-170 AD) studied Platonist philosophy at Athens. He is best known for the present work, which is he only complete Latin novel to survive into modern times. Apuleius' works appeared in six incunable editions, the first appearing in Rome in 1469. Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505) was an Italian humanist who was made professor of rhetoric and poetry at the University of Bologna when only nineteen years old. He continued there until his death. He was considered the leading Italian humanist following the death of Agnolo (Angelo) Ambrogini, commonly known as Poliziano (1454-1494). He published editions of Aulus Gellius, Cicero, Juvenal, Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Suetonius, and others, with his extensive commentary. He was also known for being a very popular teacher, with up to 300 students following his lectures. Folio. ff. 237 [i.e., 238 ]. Central text with surrounding commentary. Woodcut architectural border to a2v. Mostly white-on-black ornamental initials in two sizes, one quite large. In a fine contemporary binding of tooled calf over oak boards. Two brass clasps at fore-edge, one old, one recent. Early vellum manuscript "waste" for sewing the text block. Paper spine label in manuscript, remains of old paper label on back cover Some light worming to covers, some neat repairs to spine, filling in some lost areas of calf. The three-line title on Leaf A1 with an old dark stain. Some minor toning to text. Overall a remarkably fine copy, with the text clean and crisp. The text of Apuleius' Metamorphoses or The Golden Ass, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson Books, A.B.A.A. [Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-02-23 09:56:06
Apuleius, Lucius
[ Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504]. [ Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, Nov. 11, 1504] The text of Apuleius' Metamorphoses or The Golden Ass, with the extensive commentary of Filippo Beroaldo. This is the third edition of Beroaldo's commentary, the first having appeared in 1500 (ia00938000). In a fine contemporary binding of tooled calf over oak boards. Two brass clasps at fore-edge, one old, one recent. Early vellum manuscript "waste" for sewing the text block. Paper spine label in manuscript, remains of old paper label on back cover. Folio. Central text with surrounding commentary. Woodcut architectural border to a2v. Mostly white-on-black ornamental initials in two sizes, one quite large. Some light worming to covers, some neat repairs to spine, filling in some lost areas of calf. The three-line title on Leaf A1 with an old dark stain. Some minor toning to text. Overall a remarkably fine copy, with the text clean and crisp. Apuleius (c. 124-170 AD) studied Platonist philosophy at Athens. He is best known for the present work, which is he only complete Latin novel to survive into modern times. Apuleius' works appeared in six incunable editions, the first appearing in Rome in 1469. Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505) was an Italian humanist who was made professor of rhetoric and poetry at the University of Bologna when only nineteen years old. He continued there until his death. He was considered the leading Italian humanist following the death of Agnolo (Angelo) Ambrogini, commonly known as Poliziano (1454-1494). He published editions of Aulus Gellius, Cicero, Juven … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael R. Thompson, Booksellers, ABAA/ILAB [United States]
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2020-02-09 11:58:38
Aristoteles
In fine: Impressum Venetiis Per Bernardinum Venetum De Vitalibus. S.D. (ma 1504 circa). Venetiis: In fine: Impressum Venetiis Per Bernardinum Venetum De Vitalibus. S.D. (ma 1504 circa). [Postincunabolo] (cm.31,5) ottima mz. pergamena antica restaurata. --cc. 56 nn. Capilettera ornati e figurati anche a fondo nero. Opera pertinente a varie materie: medicina, fisionomia, segreti, minerali ecc. in fine assai rilevante il capitolo sulle meraviglie delle nuove scoperte delle Indie. i margini bianchi di tutta l' opera contengono varie annotazioni manoscritte coeve. nonostante accurate ricerche, questa edizione manca a tutta la bibliografia consultata compreso Adams, Bm. Stc. e Cranz-Schmitt "A Bibliography of Aristotle" il censimento nazionale "Iccu" registra solo 3 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Esemplare ottimamente restaurato. Alcune bruniture e aloni sparsi, piccole integrazioni al margine bianco e agli angoli di varie carte che mai interessano il testo. Altrimenti esemplare discreto con buoni margini, ben accettabile per la sua rarità. Le bibliografie consultate citano edizioni posteriori.[f72] . buono. Rilegato.
Bookseller: Libri Antichi Arezzo - F&C Edizioni [AREZZO, Italy]
2020-02-06 08:23:29
Livre d'Heures - vollständig auf Pergament gedruckt -
Paris, Thielman Kerver für Gillet Remacle 10. Januar 1503 [recte 1504]. 22 x 14,5 cm. [96] Blätter. Mit Metallschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel, 18 großen und 36 kleinen Metallschnitten im Text, Aderlaßmann sowie vierseitigen figürlichen oder historisierten Metallschnittbordüren auf jeder Seite, eingemalten Goldinitialen und Zeilenfüllern auf alternierend blauem und mauvefarbenem Grund. Blindgeprägter Maroquinband über Holzdeckeln im Stil der Zeit mit 8 Messingbuckeln und 2 Messingschließen. Erste Blätter etwas fleckig, Titel mit wenigen Wurmlöchern. Wenige Initialen leicht verwischt. Adams L 1011. Bohatta 755. Lacombe 137-139. Moreau 1503, 59. Nettekoven,Tenschert u. Zöhl, Stundenbücher aus der Sammlung Bibermühle, Bd. 1, 36 und Bd. V, 36a. Lagenkollation A-M8. Reich illustriertes, vollständig auf Pergament gedrucktes Stundenbuch mit Kalendarium und Almanach auf 24 Jahre (1497-1520). Die 18 großen Hauptbilder und die 36 Kleinbilder stammen aus der Metallschnittserie des Meisters der Apokalypsenrose von 1497-1502, ebenso die vierseitigen Metallschnitt-Bordüren, die jede Seite umgeben und die Jagd- und Ernteszenen, den Schöpfungszyklus, Zeichen des Jüngsten Gerichts, Sibyllen, Propheten und Heroinen sowie Drolerien und Grotesken auf Cribléegrund zeigen. Die großen Bilder mit Kervers früher Einhorn-Marke (Polain 111), Kervers Aderlaßmann, Ölmarter des Johannes, Gefangennahme Christi, Wurzel Jesse, Verkündigung, Heimsuchung, Christi Geburt, Hirtenverkündigung, Anbetung der Könige, Darbringung im Tempel, Flucht nach Ägypten, Marienkrönung, Bathseba im Bade, der Tod ersticht de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2020-01-15 19:45:07
Condition: Buone condizioni. GIRALDI CINTIO, Giovanni Battista (1504-1573), Cleopatra tragedia... Venezia Giulio Cesare Cagnacini In 8vo (mm 142x92). Pagine 127, [1]. Segnatura : A-H8. Marca xilografica al frontespizio, ritratto dell'autore inciso in legno al verso del frontespizio, fregi e capilettera xilografici. Prime carte un po' arrossate, lievi fioriture marginali. Pergamena rigida posteriore, titolo manoscritto al dorso, carta decorata ai contropiatti, tagli spruzzati in rosso.Prima edizione, dedicata da Celso Giraldi a Giovanni Andrea d'Oria, di questa tragedia commissionata da Ercole II d'Este e rappresentata per la prima volta a Ferrara nel 1543.Con la sola eccezione di Orbecche, rappresentata nel 1541 e stampata da Manuzio nel 1543, tutte le tragedie del Giraldi furono pubblicate postume nel 1583 da Giulio Cesare Cagnacini, ciascuna con il ritratto dell'autore e con una dedica diversa del figlio di Giraldi, Celso. Le tragedie erano vendute sia separatamente, che in un unico volume dedicato ad Alfonso II d'Este. Le altre tragedie del Giraldi stampate dal Cagnacini nel 1583 sono: Orbecche, Altile, Didone, Antivalomeni, Cleopatra, Arrenopia, Euphimia, Epitia e Selene.Giraldi fu una figura chiave nella storia del teatro del Rinascimento. Egli per primo introdusse il lieto fine nella tragedia, innovazione inizialmente osteggiata dai drammaturghi dell'epoca, che fu sdoganata e portata alla consacrazione qualche anno più tardi, in Italia ed altrove, da Giambattista Guarini, il primo anche a formulare una teoria della tragicommedia. Benché non vi siano prove dirette che … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, IT]
2019-12-13 21:10:10
GAURICO, Pomponio
Firenze, Filippo Giunta, 1504. In 8vo (mm. 157x97). Cc. [39 di 48]. Segnatura: a-f8. Mancano le carte a3, a6, f2 (bianca), f3, f4, f5, f6, f7 e f8. Pergamena rigida del Settecento, etichetta con titolo al dorso, titolo manoscritto al piatto anteriore, tagli azzurri (mancanze e spellature al piatto posteriore). Al contropiatto ex-libris "Bibliothecae Petri Buoninsegni Senis 1814". Titolo un po' sporco e con due ampi restauri al margine interno senza danno al testo, minimo strappo al frontespizio senza perdita, piccolo foro di tarlo alla prime carte con minima perdita di testo, rinforzo al margine interno di varie carte all'inizio del volume, lieve brunitura uniforme, qualche macchia. PRIMA EDIZIONE, patrocinata da Bernardo Rucellai, di quello che viene considerato come il primo trattato a stampa di storia dell'arte. Scritto in forma di dialogo, il De sculptura rappresenta un documento di primaria importanza sulla scuola bronzistica padovana. La scena si svolge nell'atelier dell'autore, che per un breve periodo si dedicò personalmente alla scultura. Gli interlocutori sono lo stesso Gaurico, Raffaele Regio e Niccolò Leonico Tomeo, che anche nella realtà era un appassionato collezionista d'arte. Dopo aver elogiato la figura dello scultore, che oltre a padroneggiare le discipline matematiche deve possedere una buona cultura letteraria ed antiquaria, Gaurico affronta tecnicamente la classificazione dei vari generi di scultura e discute di proporzioni, di prospettiva, di fisionomia e della difficoltà di rendere vive le opere scultoree. Traccia infine una breve storia della scultur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-08-07 21:23:04
Amiet, Cuno - Müller, Franz u. Viola Radlach
4, 694 S 1504 farbige und 210 sw Abbildungen, OLwd. m. OU in Schuber, Tadell. Cuno Amiet (1868-1961) gehörte zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts zu den Erneuerern der Schweizer Malerei und spielte bald eine bedeutende Rolle unter den Künstlern des Symbolismus und der Klassischen Moderne. Amiets Bildwelt beinhaltet vornehmlich Landschaften, Gärten, Porträts und Stillleben. Dabei war er einer der Ersten, der der Farbe den Vorrang in der Komposition gab. Durch die enorme Preissteigerung für Schweizer Kunst gelangen mittlerweile zahlreiche, teilweise unbekannte Frühwerke von Amiet auf den Markt, darunter auch manche Fälschung. Der Catalogue raisonné des gemalten Frühwerks fächert Amiets OEuvre chronologisch bis ins Jahr 1919 auf und schliesst damit eine eklatante Forschungslücke. Ein Referenzwerk für Forschung, Kunsthandel und Sammler.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-07-17 09:23:11
Apuleius, Lucius
Venice: Bartholomeum de Zanis, 1504. Folio. ff.237(i.e. 238). Central text with surrounding commentary. Leaf A2 verso with a fine woodcut border. Some large & small woodcut initials. Leaf A1, the 3-line title with an old stain. Otherwise a very clean, attractive copy in the original binding of tooled calf spine and oak boards. Some old neat repairs to spine, filling in some lost areas of calf. Hand lettered spine label. Two fore-edge clasps, one old, one recent. Early vellum manuscript "waste" for sewing the text block. The text of Apuleius's Metamorphoses, or The Golden Ass, with the extensive commentary of Filippo Beroaldo (1453-1505). Adams A1372. BL Italian STC p. 35. Essling 1322. Near fine. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-30 15:56:08
OMHPOY/HOMERI [Homer]
Published by Aldus no date [1504], Venice. , 1-277 leaves, A - LL8 MM5, as per A.A. Renouard and Goldsmid's Bibliotheca Curiosa of the Aldine Press #69 vol.I, one of two volume set the other being the Odyssey with the Life of Homer. This edition often announced as without date because the date only appears in the preface to the Odyssey, pocket edition classic, text in Greek First Thus , 18th century binding, worn and rubbed, chipping at the extremities, split front joint, stitched at the hinges, some very neat marginalia pre last binding as trimmed, some trimmed loss to heading on approx. 3 leaves but text unaffected, ink inscriptions to the front end papers, a few light marks internally, the contents neat, tight and are in very good condition, the book is in good condition , full calf, gilt ruling and gilt titled red morocco label to the spine , octavo 15.5 x 10cm Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Keoghs Books [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2019-05-04 08:46:05
[RADICAL & PROLETARIAN LITERATURE] GREY, Zane; W.H.D.
Harper & Brothers Publishers, 1504. First Edition. Anti-IWW and "anti-labor account of the ruin of a loyal German-American farmer in Washington state by striking I.W.W. farm workers" - HANNA 1504; see also BLAKE, pp. 239-40, and MILES 4995. Octavo (19.5cm.); original cloth in pictorial dust jacket; [6],376pp.; frontispiece & 3 leaves of plates. Extremities shelf-worn with a few tiny losses and closed tears, jacket spine rather sunned, else Very Good in About Very Good jacket. [Attributes: First Edition; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: joehillstrom [Winchester, Virginia, US]
2019-04-27 09:06:43
1504. MAGNIFIQUE DOCUMENT CONSTITUANT UNE RENTE PAR L'OFFICIAL DE BOURGES AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE SAINT ETIENNE DE BOURGES. 0 POUR TOUTES QUESTIONS, VOUS POUVEZ ME JOINDRE AU 06 09 82 43 86 ou par MAIL à : bernardrolin@laposte.net Pour toutes questions, vous pouvez me joindre sur mon Tél au 06 09 82 43 86 ou par Mail à : bernardrolin@laposte.ne Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. VELIN manuscrit signé avec cachet de cire beige neutre accompagné daté du 2 décembre 1504, d'une COPIE du document et de sa TRADUCTION du latin en Français du 18° S. RENTE de l'Eglise Saint Etienne (Cathédrale de Bourges) contre l'Achat d'une maison sise à LURY SUR ARNON Cher. 12 décembre 1504 CONSTITUTION DE RENTE PERPETUELLE de 20 Livres tournois AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE ST ETIENNE DE BOURGES PAR JEAN HUREL Avec une hypothèque sur une Maison à Lury sur Arnon, payable à chaque fête de la St Jean Baptiste. Vélin plié en 3 par 2 avec scel de cire neutre daté du 2 Décembre 1504, rattaché par une ficelle torsadée à une copie manuscrite et en vis-à-vis sa traduction en français sur 10 pages in-quarto avec couture du 18° vers 1790/1795 (nature du papier vélin). Résumé du texte : En présence de Gabriel PIQUE Maître ez Arts et de Jean Lurel de la Paroisse de Lury qui reconnaît avoir vendu à perpétuité aux Vénérables Doyen et Chapitre de l'Eglise de Bourges pris en les personnes de Maitre Guillaume de Chommon Chancelier de la ditte Eglise, Jean de Villier et René Dublet Chanoines de ladite Eglise St Etie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2019-04-27 09:06:43
1504. Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. 2 DOCUMENTS dont PARCHEMIN et un CAHIER VELIN Mansucrit sur Parchemin avec cachet de cire jaune neutre, d'une constitution de Rente perpétuelle de 25 sols annuelle au profit de l'Eglise Saint Etienne de Bourges par Jean LUREL hypothéquée sur une maison à LURY SUR ARNON payable à chaque fête de St Jean Baptiste moyennnant le Sort capital de 20 Livres. Note au dos à l'encre brune du temps. Document mesurant 46 cm par 28 plié en 3 par 2 avec cachet de cire. Du 2 décembre 1504 Joint et Attaché par une ficelle, ce qui est assez rare la Copie et sa Traduction en pendant, 18° S., manuscrite et à l'encre brune de l'intégralité du Texte sur 5 feuillets de Vélin bleu. Le 29-mai-13 à 03:14:22 Paris, le vendeur a ajouté les informations suivantes : Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2019-03-28 08:46:58
De Mediaville, Richardus
[Lugduni]: Very Rare 1504 'Super Quarto Sententiarum' Richardus De Mediaville. Theology. Very Rare 1504 'Super Quarto Sententiarum' Richardus De Mediaville. Theology. Click images to enlarge Description 'Sup[er] Quarto Sententiarum' Richardus de Mediavilla [ca.1249-c.1308] [Lugduni]: 1504. Quarto [8.00'' tall x 6.00'' wide x 2.25'' thick]. Collates complete as per Worldcat records. [26], 335 leaves. Paper repair to title and final leaf. A very good, crisp and clean copy in the main of this very early theological work. A handful of leaves with some very early/contemporary marginal notations. Four leaves to the centre with some tears/small paper losses [see images of the worst two]. Minor reading wear, marks or light blemishes else a lovely crisp copy in the main. In remarkable condition for a book that is over 500 years old. Richard of Middleton (Medieval Latin: Richardus de Mediavilla) (c.1249-c.1308) Richardus was a member of the Franciscan Order, a theologian, and scholastic philosopher. Richard's origins are unclear: he was either Norman French (from Menneville or Moyenneville) or English (from Middletown). As a Bachelor of the Sentences of Peter Lombard at the University of Paris in 1283, he played a part in the Franciscan commission examining Peter Olivi. He was regent master of the Franciscan studium in Paris from 1284 to 1287, and, on 20 September 1295 in Metz, he was elected Franciscan provincial master of France. He was also subsequently tutor to Louis of Toulouse, son of Charles II of Anjou. He died sometime between 1300 and 1308. His extant theological output is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: humber-books [Kingston Upon Hull, GB]
2019-03-19 13:44:36
1504. MAGNIFIQUE DOCUMENT CONSTITUANT UNE RENTE PAR L'OFFICIAL DE BOURGES AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE SAINT ETIENNE DE BOURGES. 0 POUR TOUTES QUESTIONS, VOUS POUVEZ ME JOINDRE AU 06 09 82 43 86 ou par MAIL à : bernardrolin@laposte.net Pour toutes questions, vous pouvez me joindre sur mon Tél au 06 09 82 43 86 ou par Mail à : bernardrolin@laposte.ne Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. VELIN manuscrit signé avec cachet de cire beige neutre accompagné daté du 2 décembre 1504, d'une COPIE du document et de sa TRADUCTION du latin en Français du 18° S. RENTE de l'Eglise Saint Etienne (Cathédrale de Bourges) contre l'Achat d'une maison sise à LURY SUR ARNON Cher. 12 décembre 1504 CONSTITUTION DE RENTE PERPETUELLE de 20 Livres tournois AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE ST ETIENNE DE BOURGES PAR JEAN HUREL Avec une hypothèque sur une Maison à Lury sur Arnon, payable à chaque fête de la St Jean Baptiste. Vélin plié en 3 par 2 avec scel de cire neutre daté du 2 Décembre 1504, rattaché par une ficelle torsadée à une copie manuscrite et en vis-à-vis sa traduction en français sur 10 pages in-quarto avec couture du 18° vers 1790/1795 (nature du papier vélin). Résumé du texte : En présence de Gabriel PIQUE Maître ez Arts et de Jean Lurel de la Paroisse de Lury qui reconnaît avoir vendu à perpétuité aux Vénérables Doyen et Chapitre de l'Eglise de Bourges pris en les personnes de Maitre Guillaume de Chommon Chancelier de la ditte Eglise, Jean de Villier et René Dublet Chanoines de ladite Eglise St Etie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2019-03-19 13:44:36
1504. Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. 2 DOCUMENTS dont PARCHEMIN et un CAHIER VELIN Mansucrit sur Parchemin avec cachet de cire jaune neutre, d'une constitution de Rente perpétuelle de 25 sols annuelle au profit de l'Eglise Saint Etienne de Bourges par Jean LUREL hypothéquée sur une maison à LURY SUR ARNON payable à chaque fête de St Jean Baptiste moyennnant le Sort capital de 20 Livres. Note au dos à l'encre brune du temps. Document mesurant 46 cm par 28 plié en 3 par 2 avec cachet de cire. Du 2 décembre 1504 Joint et Attaché par une ficelle, ce qui est assez rare la Copie et sa Traduction en pendant, 18° S., manuscrite et à l'encre brune de l'intégralité du Texte sur 5 feuillets de Vélin bleu. Le 29-mai-13 à 03:14:22 Paris, le vendeur a ajouté les informations suivantes : Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2019-02-14 08:07:05
MAGNIFIQUE DOCUMENT CONSTITUANT UNE RENTE PAR L'OFFICIAL DE BOURGES AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE SAINT ETIENNE DE BOURGES. 0 POUR TOUTES QUESTIONS, VOUS POUVEZ ME JOINDRE AU 06 09 82 43 86 ou par MAIL à : bernardrolin@laposte.net Pour toutes questions, vous pouvez me joindre sur mon Tél au 06 09 82 43 86 ou par Mail à : bernardrolin@laposte.ne Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. VELIN manuscrit signé avec cachet de cire beige neutre accompagné daté du 2 décembre 1504, d'une COPIE du document et de sa TRADUCTION du latin en Français du 18° S. RENTE de l'Eglise Saint Etienne (Cathédrale de Bourges) contre l'Achat d'une maison sise à LURY SUR ARNON Cher. 12 décembre 1504 CONSTITUTION DE RENTE PERPETUELLE de 20 Livres tournois AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE ST ETIENNE DE BOURGES PAR JEAN HUREL Avec une hypothèque sur une Maison à Lury sur Arnon, payable à chaque fête de la St Jean Baptiste. Vélin plié en 3 par 2 avec scel de cire neutre daté du 2 Décembre 1504, rattaché par une ficelle torsadée à une copie manuscrite et en vis-à-vis sa traduction en français sur 10 pages in-quarto avec couture du 18° vers 1790/1795 (nature du papier vélin). Résumé du texte : En présence de Gabriel PIQUE Maître ez Arts et de Jean Lurel de la Paroisse de Lury qui reconnaît avoir vendu à perpétuité aux Vénérables Doyen et Chapitre de l'Eglise de Bourges pris en les personnes de Maitre Guillaume de Chommon Chancelier de la ditte Eglise, Jean de Villier et René Dublet Chanoines de ladite Eglise St Etienne de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre [Blet, FR]
2019-02-14 08:07:05
Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. 2 DOCUMENTS dont PARCHEMIN et un CAHIER VELIN Mansucrit sur Parchemin avec cachet de cire jaune neutre, d'une constitution de Rente perpétuelle de 25 sols annuelle au profit de l'Eglise Saint Etienne de Bourges par Jean LUREL hypothéquée sur une maison à LURY SUR ARNON payable à chaque fête de St Jean Baptiste moyennnant le Sort capital de 20 Livres. Note au dos à l'encre brune du temps. Document mesurant 46 cm par 28 plié en 3 par 2 avec cachet de cire. Du 2 décembre 1504 Joint et Attaché par une ficelle, ce qui est assez rare la Copie et sa Traduction en pendant, 18° S., manuscrite et à l'encre brune de l'intégralité du Texte sur 5 feuillets de Vélin bleu. Le 29-mai-13 à 03:14:22 Paris, le vendeur a ajouté les informations suivantes : Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre [Blet, FR]
2019-02-05 12:57:11
BRACCIOLINI GIOVANNI FRANCESCO
In fine: Roma, Iohannem De Besicken, 1504 die XXIX Decembris, in 4; SENZA LEG. (conservato in semplice cartellina-custodia cart. moderno); 40 cc.n.n. + 2 cc.n.n. di errata. Diversi piccoli capolettera decorati, su fondo nero. ESEMPLARE FRESCHISSIMO, A MARGINI PARTICOLARMENTE AMPI (solo un insignificante forellino di tarlo, verso il margine b. interno, in varie carte ma che tocca solo una lettera qualche volta). Rarissima prima e unica edizione di Gio. Franc. Bracciolini "giureconsulto, canonico e figlio di Poggio. LÂ’opera si inserisce nellÂ’ampia trattatistica sul principe che godette di vasta fortuna tra Quattrocento e Cinquecento, prima del Macchiavelli Sono noti alcuni esemplari che hanno 2 cc. finali di errata " (Philobiblon Auction, Dic. 2015, con 40 cc.). ICCU; B/3534 (40 cc.): "In alcuni esemplari seguono 2 cc. non segnate, contenenti gli Errata". ESEMPLARE CON LE DUE CARTE, AGGIUNTE SOLO IN POCHISSIME COPIE.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Tonini [Ravenna, Italy]
2019-01-29 19:22:46
GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS, ST
Aldine device on verso of final leaf. 3-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. 4to (205 x 155mm). 230ff. unnumbered (of 234, lacking 2ff index and 2ff amendments). Contemporary limp vellum, title inked on spine, bands of waste MS with musical notation visible (vellum brittle, lacking majority of spine, one broken headcap, tailband partially detached, lacking vellum ties). Venice, ex Aldi Academia, June
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-01-28 23:48:37
TURISANUS (Pietro Torrigiano de' Torrigiani)
[Boneto Locatello], 1504. Third printed edition after those of Bologna (1489) and Venice (1498). 141 leaves with double columns of 66 lines each in 3 sizes of gothic letters. 32 cm. 18th-century vellum binding with leather spine label and yapp edges. Five words added in ink on title page "de Florentia, Cartusiensis" and at the bottom "Venetiis 1504". Turisanus (ca. 1275-ca. 1350) studied medicine first in Bologna, where he was considered to be Taddeo Alderotti's best pupil, and then in Paris, before returning to Bologna to teach and finally become a monk. His most famous work is this "more than commentary" on Galen of Pergamum's Art of Medicine, which incorporates much philosophical learning but also displays a measure of scientific originality. The method is scholastic, but this did not prevent the text from playing a central role in medical education for over 200 years, appearing in print until 1557. Latin text. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Attic Books (ABAC, ILAB) [London, ON, Canada]
2019-01-13 00:32:25
MAGNIFIQUE DOCUMENT CONSTITUANT UNE RENTE PAR L'OFFICIAL DE BOURGES AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE SAINT ETIENNE DE BOURGES. 0 POUR TOUTES QUESTIONS, VOUS POUVEZ ME JOINDRE AU 06 09 82 43 86 ou par MAIL à : bernardrolin@laposte.net Pour toutes questions, vous pouvez me joindre sur mon Tél au 06 09 82 43 86 ou par Mail à : bernardrolin@laposte.ne Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. VELIN manuscrit signé avec cachet de cire beige neutre accompagné daté du 2 décembre 1504, d'une COPIE du document et de sa TRADUCTION du latin en Français du 18° S. RENTE de l'Eglise Saint Etienne (Cathédrale de Bourges) contre l'Achat d'une maison sise à LURY SUR ARNON Cher. 12 décembre 1504 CONSTITUTION DE RENTE PERPETUELLE de 20 Livres tournois AU PROFIT DE L'EGLISE ST ETIENNE DE BOURGES PAR JEAN HUREL Avec une hypothèque sur une Maison à Lury sur Arnon, payable à chaque fête de la St Jean Baptiste. Vélin plié en 3 par 2 avec scel de cire neutre daté du 2 Décembre 1504, rattaché par une ficelle torsadée à une copie manuscrite et en vis-à-vis sa traduction en français sur 10 pages in-quarto avec couture du 18° vers 1790/1795 (nature du papier vélin). Résumé du texte : En présence de Gabriel PIQUE Maître ez Arts et de Jean Lurel de la Paroisse de Lury qui reconnaît avoir vendu à perpétuité aux Vénérables Doyen et Chapitre de l'Eglise de Bourges pris en les personnes de Maitre Guillaume de Chommon Chancelier de la ditte Eglise, Jean de Villier et René Dublet Chanoines de ladite Eglise St Etienne de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre [Blet, FR]
2019-01-13 00:32:25
Pour Tous Renseignements, Vous pouvez me joindre par Mail : bernardrolin@orange.fr ou au Téléphone à votre convenance au 06 09 82 43 86 - Merci. 2 DOCUMENTS dont PARCHEMIN et un CAHIER VELIN Mansucrit sur Parchemin avec cachet de cire jaune neutre, d'une constitution de Rente perpétuelle de 25 sols annuelle au profit de l'Eglise Saint Etienne de Bourges par Jean LUREL hypothéquée sur une maison à LURY SUR ARNON payable à chaque fête de St Jean Baptiste moyennnant le Sort capital de 20 Livres. Note au dos à l'encre brune du temps. Document mesurant 46 cm par 28 plié en 3 par 2 avec cachet de cire. Du 2 décembre 1504 Joint et Attaché par une ficelle, ce qui est assez rare la Copie et sa Traduction en pendant, 18° S., manuscrite et à l'encre brune de l'intégralité du Texte sur 5 feuillets de Vélin bleu. Le 29-mai-13 à 03:14:22 Paris, le vendeur a ajouté les informations suivantes : Track Page Views With Auctiva's FREE Counter. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre [Blet, FR]
2019-01-01 07:02:40
PLATINA, BARTOLOMEO (1421-1481). Hystoria de Vitis pontificum periucunda: diligenter recognita: & nunc tantum integre impressa [WITH: Dialogus de falso et vero bono, et al.]. Venice: Philippo Pincio Mantuano, 1504. Platina's classic work on the History of the Popes beautifully printed and with a large wood-cut on title-page. Numerous wood-cut initials. This edition is also the first to include Platina's other short works, rarely found in print, such as: 'Dialogus de falso & vero bono'; 'Dialogus contra amores'; 'De vera nobilitate'; 'De optimo cive'; and 'Panegyricus in lauden amplissimi patris Bessarionis' - this last work a panegyric for Cardinal Bessarion, the famous Greek humanist who participated in the Council of Florence and joined the Catholic Church, becoming both an influential Cardinal and important man of letters. The History of the Popes includes a reference to the legend of Pope Joan, the incognito female Pope, who Platina refers to as John VIII (and which incidentally in this copy has a brief antique annotation on the issue in the margins). Folio (31 x 22cm), 146 leaves + [53] ll. (last blank substituted). Antique marginalia to first part of work, some antique scoring to second work. Title-page repaired at margin with small tape repair, some browning and staining to title, small tape repair to upper margin of another leaf. Occasional light foxing throughout, with a few small spots of staining. Bound in vellum with later endpapers, binding a bit soiled. [Adams P-1412; STC Italian (BL London) 595.]. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Zinos Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-12-04 22:21:43
GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS, ST
1504. Aldine device on verso of final leaf. 3-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. 4to (205 x 155mm). 230ff. unnumbered (of 234, lacking 2ff index and 2ff amendments). Contemporary limp vellum, title inked on spine, bands of waste MS with musical notation visible (vellum brittle, lacking majority of spine, one broken headcap, tailband partially detached, lacking vellum ties). Venice, ex Aldi Academia, June Editio princeps of the poetry of St Gregory of Nazianzus, Patriarch of Constantinople. The third volume of Aldus the Elder?sPoetae Christiani(1501-2), this was one of two volumes of the writings of Gregory of Nazianzus produced at the Aldine press. The text appears in Latin translation first, followed by the original text in Greek. Accompanying Nazianzus? poetry are valedictory verses, and an additional quatrain by Scipione Forteguerri (Carteromachus), original member of Aldus?Neakademia(?New Academy?, under whose aegis this volume was printed) and author of its statute. The Aldine device printed on the verso of the final leaf is one of the earliest, a slightly larger incarnation of the first device of 1502. Aldus printed the Greek and Latin texts of this work on different sheets in order that they could be interleaved with the two texts facing each other; some editions can be found thus. The different lengths of the original Greek text and its translation when printed necessitated blank leaves at the centre of each gathering which have here been filled with the Gospel of St John; the instruction ?quaere reliquum in medio sequentis quaternionis? encourages the r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-12-01 03:33:21
Missale Romano-Bohemicum Conformatum, Juxta Decretum Sacrosancta Concilio Tridentine Restitutum Corporate author: Archbishop printer (Prague, Czech) Other authors: Pius V, Pope, 1504-1572, Clement VIII., Pope, 1536-1605, Urban VIII., Pope, 1568-1644, Wallenstein, Jan Friedrich, 1644-1694, Knauff, William, active 1672-1690 Document type: Books Language: Latin Released: Pragae: Typis Archi-Episcopalis Seminarij in Aula Regia, per Guilielmum Knauff 1690 Unit Description: The titl. p. arcibisk. coat of arms; worm. and black print, initials, marginals Ozd. lines, music, live Zahle., custodians The year of issue in Roman numerals: Anno M.DC.XC.
Bookseller: Good_0ld_times [Melnik, Bohemia, CZ]
2018-11-20 15:00:14
Popescu, Adriana, Koppold, Katrin
Condition: Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Liebe hoch 5 by Popescu, Adriana, Koppold, Katrin | Book | condition good Condition second hand - good Publisher Adriana Popescu Medium Taschenbuch EAN 9781494224684 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may have just slight signs of usage but are not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-15 17:39:47
BEMBO, Pietro (1470-1547)
In 4to (mm. 208x118); bellissima legatura dei primi del XIX secolo in pieno marocchino rosso, piatti con eleganti fregi in oro, dorso ornato con titolo e firma del legatore (rel. P. Bozerian jeune), duplice dentelles su contropiatti e risguardi in raso, tagli dorati, risguardi in raso azzurro e pergamena; cc. [97 di 98]. Segnatura: a-m8 n2. Manca l'ultima carta bianca n2. Colophon e privilegio alla carta m8r, ancora aldina alla c. m8v, errata alla c. n1r-v. Carattere corsivo. Dalla Biblioteca del conte Leonardo Vitetti Ambasciatore d'Italia (ex-libris inciso al contropiatto anteriore). Eccezionale esemplare a grandi margini. Prima edizione, prima tiratura, recante al verso del titolo e al recto della seconda carta la dedica del Bembo a Lucrezia Borgia (datata Venezia, 1 agosto 1504), che fu quasi immediatamente soppressa su decisione unanime dell'autore e dell'editore. Nei tre quarti circa degli esemplari stampati infatti le pagine della dedica risultano bianche. Gli Asolani furono composti in forma di dialogo e divisi in tre libri, alternanti prosa e versi. La tradizione seguita è quella cortigiana e neoplatonica. Dopo un esame delle più autorevoli concezioni dell'amore, come causa di dolore per l'umanità e come elemento naturale e vitale, Bembo propone l'idea di un amore spirituale, desiderio contemplativo di una bellezza quanto più possibile ideale, divina e autonoma rispetto alla realtà terrena. La scena si svolge nella villa di Asolo di Caterina Cornaro, ex regina di Cipro. Modello lessicale e stilistico delle prose è il Boccaccio (cfr. C. Berra, La scrittura degli 'As … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2018-11-04 20:49:12
[Reisch, Gregor]
Straßburg, Johann [Reinhard, gen.] Grüninger, 23. Februar, 1504. [287] Bll. (B-C6, D-E8, F28 [!], G8, H6, J8, K4, L-N8, O6, P-Q8, R6, S-V8, X6, Y-Z8, a8, b4, c7 [6+1: incl. "c medium" zw. c2 und c3], d-e8, f6, g-h8, i4, k-l8, m6, n-p8; so ohne Lage A erschienen: so auch das Exemplar der ÖNB). Mit Titelholzschnitt, ca. 8 SS. Noten und zahlreichen (32 größeren, 12 nahezu ganzseitigen und unzähligen kleineren, teils schematischen) Textholzschnitten (ohne die Holzschnittkarte und Falttafel zur Musiktheorie). Holzdeckelband der Zeit auf 3 Doppelbünden mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und einer mittig angebrachten Messingschließe. Rücken alt gekalkt. 4to. Das erste enzyklopädische Werk der neueren europäischen Geistesgeschichte. Erste Straßburger Ausgabe; veränderter Nachdruck der im Vorjahr erschienenen Freiburger Erstausgabe. Behandelt in Dialogform zwischen Lehrer und Schüler in 12 Büchern die freien Künste und die Naturwissenschaften, darunter Musik (mit Gesangsnoten), Medizin, Geometrie, Vermessung etc. Gegenüber dem Erstdruck von 1503 modifizierte Grüninger einige Holzschnitte und fügte neue hinzu; darüber hinaus wurde dem Werk die kleine hebräische Grammatik von Conrad Pellicanus einverleibt: das erste in Straßburg gedruckte Werk mit hebräischer Typographie (vgl. Schmidt). Es existiert auch eine Variante mit hebräisch, lateinisch und griechisch gedrucktem Bibelvers unter dem Titelholzschnitt (VD 16, ZV 25532). - Weltkarte auf Bl. c6r; viele reizvolle Miniaturholzschnitte in den Rändern. Gelegentlich Initialen (F11r) und Holzschnitte (z. B. F18v, c2v [Salamander] und c3v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-11-03 17:10:22
BEMBO, Pietro (1470-1547)
In 4to (mm. 208x118); bellissima legatura dei primi del XIX secolo in pieno marocchino rosso, piatti con eleganti fregi in oro, dorso ornato con titolo e firma del legatore (rel. P. Bozerian jeune), duplice dentelles su contropiatti e risguardi in raso, tagli dorati, risguardi in raso azzurro e pergamena; cc. [97 di 98]. Segnatura: a-m8 n2. Manca l'ultima carta bianca n2. Colophon e privilegio alla carta m8r, ancora aldina alla c. m8v, errata alla c. n1r-v. Carattere corsivo. Dalla Biblioteca del conte Leonardo Vitetti Ambasciatore d'Italia (ex-libris inciso al contropiatto anteriore). Eccezionale esemplare a grandi margini. Prima edizione, prima tiratura, recante al verso del titolo e al recto della seconda carta la dedica del Bembo a Lucrezia Borgia (datata Venezia, 1 agosto 1504), che fu quasi immediatamente soppressa su decisione unanime dell'autore e dell'editore. Nei tre quarti circa degli esemplari stampati infatti le pagine della dedica risultano bianche. Gli Asolani furono composti in forma di dialogo e divisi in tre libri, alternanti prosa e versi. La tradizione seguita è quella cortigiana e neoplatonica. Dopo un esame delle più autorevoli concezioni dell'amore, come causa di dolore per l'umanità e come elemento naturale e vitale, Bembo propone l'idea di un amore spirituale, desiderio contemplativo di una bellezza quanto più possibile ideale, divina e autonoma rispetto alla realtà terrena. La scena si svolge nella villa di Asolo di Caterina Cornaro, ex regina di Cipro. Modello lessicale e stilistico delle prose è il Boccaccio (cfr. C. Berra, La scrittura degli 'As … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2018-10-31 02:04:20
Missale Romano-Bohemicum Conformatum, Juxta Decretum Sacrosancta Concilio Tridentine Restitutum Corporate author: Archbishop printer (Prague, Czech) Other authors: Pius V, Pope, 1504-1572, Clement VIII., Pope, 1536-1605, Urban VIII., Pope, 1568-1644, Wallenstein, Jan Friedrich, 1644-1694, Knauff, William, active 1672-1690 Document type: Books Language: Latin Released: Pragae: Typis Archi-Episcopalis Seminarij in Aula Regia, per Guilielmum Knauff 1690 Unit Description: The titl. p. arcibisk. coat of arms; worm. and black print, initials, marginals Ozd. lines, music, live Zahle., custodians The year of issue in Roman numerals: Anno M.DC.XC.
Bookseller: Good_0ld_times [Melnik, Bohemia, CZ]
2018-10-30 08:57:40
Pomponio Gaurico
Florence [Filippo Giunta]. 8° (155x94 mm). Collation: a-f8. [48] leaves. Fol. f8 with the errata here bound between fols. f1 and f2. Italic and Greek type. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Contemporary limp vellum. Smooth spine, with running stitches; at the foot nineteenth-century paper label with the number '60' or '50'. A very good copy, title-page somewhat browned and spotted. A few leaves slightly soiled and stained.Provenance: 'di Filip. Nardi' (seventeenth-century (?) ownership inscription on the title-page); the abbot Antonio Cesare Burgassi, the director of the printing house established in Pisa by Antonio Fabroni, and author of the first Aldus' bibliography, the Serie dell'edizioni aldine per ordine cronologico ed alfabetico, Pisa 1790 (ownership inscription on the title-page 'ex libris Caesaris Antonini Burgassi'); a small unidentified old stamp on the title-page. The first and rare edition of this treatise on sculpture, written by the humanist and amateur sculptor from Naples Pomponio Gaurico, brother of the eminent astrologer Luca Gaurico. The volume was likely issued from the publishing house of Filippo Giunta, and it is the first printed book to contain – along with an interesting classification of the different types of sculptures – a description of perspective, as well as an illustration of the involvement of physiognomics in the making of images, and more generally in the theory of art. The work opens with an undated epistle from the editor Antonio Placido to Lorenzo Strozzi, followed by Gaurico's dedication to Ercole I d' … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-23 05:59:43
LUCANUS.
Dibdin, Greek & Latin Classics II, p. 185 (erroneously dated Antwerp, 1504); Simoni L-218; Ter Meulen-Diermanse 423. First edition of Lucan's Pharsalia to be edited by Hugo Grotius, who later wrote to Heinsius that he never intended it to be "his" edition, but merely corrected some errors by Bersman, but Raphelengius published it as Grotius's, only mentioning Bersman (and Pulman, who compiled the index) in the list of variant readings. The main text is finely printed in italic type. This edition became the standard followed in the Netherlands, Italy, France, Germany and Great-Britain.Good copy of the first Grotius edition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-10-01 01:20:08
Missale Romano-Bohemicum Conformatum, Juxta Decretum Sacrosancta Concilio Tridentine Restitutum Corporate author: Archbishop printer (Prague, Czech) Other authors: Pius V, Pope, 1504-1572, Clement VIII., Pope, 1536-1605, Urban VIII., Pope, 1568-1644, Wallenstein, Jan Friedrich, 1644-1694, Knauff, William, active 1672-1690 Document type: Books Language: Latin Released: Pragae: Typis Archi-Episcopalis Seminarij in Aula Regia, per Guilielmum Knauff 1690 Unit Description: The titl. p. arcibisk. coat of arms; worm. and black print, initials, marginals Ozd. lines, music, live Zahle., custodians The year of issue in Roman numerals: Anno M.DC.XC.
Bookseller: Good_0ld_times [Melnik, Bohemia, CZ]
2018-07-08 06:15:43
APULEIUS Lucius (ca. 125-170 d.C.) - BEROALDO Filippo (1453-1505)
BARTHOLOMEO ZANNI, 1504. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle con angoli e carta spruzzata; titolo in oro su tassello rosso e fregi in oro al dorso; titolo breve manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Al contropiatto anteriore, ex-libris di Giannalisa Feltrinelli. 238 carte mal numerate 237, compresa la prima carta con titolo e nota manoscritta di possesso "Est Joannes Baptistae Amfusij presbyteri papiensis artis oratoriae professori". Al verso della carta 2 testo inquadrato all'interno di edicola architettonica silografata con colonne, personaggi e leoni, in basso due putti alati reggono uno scudo (l'illustrazione fu già utilizzata per il celebre Dante del 1491); numerosi bei capolettera istoriati lungo il volume; carattere tondo, testo incorniciato dal commento; numerose postille manoscritte. Terza edizione dell'Asino d'Oro di Apuleius con il commento di Beroaldo, apparso per la prima volta a Bologna nel 1500, costituì l'inizio della fortuna letteraria del romanzo nel Rinascimento. Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio fu un erudito umanista, commentò, con frequenti digressioni, molti autori latini e di altri curò l'edizione; fu autore inoltre di alcune orazioni. Il volume è costituito da un soggetto principale, Lucio, e della sua metamorfosi in un asino a seguito di un esperimento finito malamente. E' il tema principale e fulcro dell'opera su cui ruota la narrazione. Il secondo livello della storia è dato dalle peripezie dell'asino, il quale, anela di trasformarsi in un essere umano ma nel frattempo si vede passare da un padrone all'altro, senza per questo perdere in capacità critica e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-28 07:56:16
BOETHIUS, Anicius Manlius Torquatus Severinus -
Venezia, per Bernardinum Vercellense, 1504, 8vo legatura in piena pelle antica con impressioni a secco al dorso e cornice dorata ad entrambi i piatti, due fibbie con gancio metallico (uno mancante), risguardi rifatti, pp. 192 con un capolettera colorato d?epoca in rosso e blu. Qualche foro di tarlo e numerose gore. Piccola mancanza al margine esterno bianco del frontespizio senza perdita di testo, antico timbro d?appartenenza illeggibile.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2018-05-28 14:53:13
CÓRDOBA, Alfonso de; REGIOMONTANUS, Johannes.
[Colophon:] Venice; ibid: Petrus Liechtenstein; ibid, 28 December 1503; February 1504. First edition. First edition, the fine Doheny copy in an untouched near-contemporary binding, of Alfonso de Córdoba's rare astronomical tables, an important source for Copernicus who referred to them in the Commentariolus (the first draft of his planetary theory, which remained unpublished until the late 19th century). They are here bound with the second edition of Regiomontanus's astrological tables, the Tabulae directionum, compiled in 1467 and first published in 1490; according to Zinner (p. 95), these tables were also used by Copernicus. The Tabulae directionum contain the first table of tangents for use in astronomy. Córdoba's tables are divided into two parts: the first includes a dedication to Ferdinand V (1452-1516) and Isabella (1451-1504), King and Queen of Spain (who, most famously, sent Columbus on his voyage to discover a route to the East Indies) and a set of canons in sixty chapters explaining the use of the tables, with several examples; the second part contains the tables. "In the Commentariolus, Copernicus refers to the length of the year, and mentions the values given by four astronomers: Hipparchus, Ptolemy, al-Battani and a fourth referred to as 'Hispalensis' whose identity remained a mystery until the 20th century, when he was identified as Alfonso de Córdoba, a Spanish astronomer and doctor of arts and medicine probably born in 1458 in Seville" (Chabas). We have almost no information about Alfonso de Córdoba's life, and even the date of his death is unknown. ABPC/RB … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2018-05-24 17:36:25
BOETHIUS, ANICIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS -
Venezia, per Bernardinum Vercellense, 1504, 8vo legatura in piena pelle antica con impressioni a secco al dorso e cornice dorata ad entrambi i piatti, due fibbie con gancio metallico (uno mancante), risguardi rifatti, pp. 192 con un capolettera colorato d'epoca in rosso e blu. Qualche foro di tarlo e numerose gore. Piccola mancanza al margine esterno bianco del frontespizio senza perdita di testo, antico timbro d'appartenenza illeggibile.
Bookseller: Libreria Naturalistica snc [Italy]
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2018-05-24 17:34:04
BOETHIUS, ANICIUS MANLIUS TORQUATUS SEVERINUS -
Venezia, per Bernardinum Vercellense, 1504, 8vo legatura in piena pelle antica con impressioni a secco al dorso e cornice dorata ad entrambi i piatti, due fibbie con gancio metallico (uno mancante), risguardi rifatti, pp. 192 con un capolettera colorato d'epoca in rosso e blu. Qualche foro di tarlo e numerose gore. Piccola mancanza al margine esterno bianco del frontespizio senza perdita di testo, antico timbro d'appartenenza illeggibile.
Bookseller: Libreria Naturalistica snc [Italy]
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