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2017-07-20 19:33:05
Albumasar (Abu Ma'shar al-Balkhi Ja'Far ibn Muhammad).
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-07-20 19:33:05
Albumasar (Abu Ma'shar al-Balkhi Ja'Far ibn Muhammad).
(Venice, Giacomo Penzio for Melchiorre Sessa, 5 Sept 1506). - 4to (210 × 150 mm). 64 unnumbered ff. With woodcut illustration on title, woodcut initials, astrological figures in the text, printer's mark on final leaf verso; complete with final blank. 19th-c. vellum with red and black morocco labels and gilt centre tools to spine. An attractive edition of this key astrological work. Of all the Arabic writers on astrology, the most imposing is Ja'far ibn Muhammad Abû Ma'shar al-Balkhî (c. 787-886), known in the West as Albumasar. The most notable astrological work ascribed to him is the "Prediction of Changes of Years and Births". A manuscript in Cairo titled "Kitab Akham al-Qiranat wa'l Kawakib wa'l Buruj al-Ithnay 'Ashra" (Book of Indication of Conjunction and Corrections of Stars with some other Stars) is very probably the same work (cf. B. A. Rosenfeld and E. Ihsanoglu, Mathematicians, Astronomers and other Scholars of Islamic Civilisation and their Works [Istanbul, 2003], no. 88, p. 34). This 12th-century Latin translation by John of Seville of his "al-Madkhal al-kabir ilá 'ilm ahkam al-nujum" (Great Introduction to the Science of Astrology) was first published at Augsburg, 1489. - Upon Sessa's well-known device, the famous bibliophile Bishop of Ely, John Moore, remarked: "Whenever you see a book with a cat and a mouse in the frontispiece, seize upon it: for the chances are three to four that it will be found both curious and valuable" (Fumagalli, 486). - Small early inkstamp on title; ms. index to binder's blanks at end; some early marginalia and underlinings in two dis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-07-10 14:35:43
KONRAD von HALBERSTADT & JOHANNES de SEGOVIA.
Basel, J. Amerbach & J. Petri & J. Froben, 1506. Folio. (444) blad. Fint om än ngt solkigt samtida svinlädersbd med upphöjda bind, blindlinjerad rygg, handpräntad ryggtitel, rikt blindpressad pärmdekor uppdelad i fält som inkluderar blommor, arabesker, vapensköldar och språkband. Med bevarade spännen. Bandet med enstaka små maskstygn, ryggen med några nagg överst och frampärmens hörn obetydligt skadade så att träpärmen syns marginellt. Applicerade registerlappar av målad pergament i yttre snittet vid vilka vardera en bokstav är skrivna på själva snittet. Försättsblad saknas och pärmarnas insidor med synliga träpärmar. Inlagan delvis med råkanter, enstaka småfläckar och några samtida anteckningar (blad i2 och Ff2). Några obetydliga små maskhål i början och på slutet, huvudsakligen i nedre marginalen. Gamla tillskrifter: "Cartusiæ Buxheim" respektive "Cartusiæ aulæ b. Mariæ in Buxheim" och ryggen med påklistrad gammal lapp med handskrivna bibliotekssigna nedtill. Anders Perssons i Västerås lilla exlibrislapp. VD16 C 4898. Adams Books printed on the continent of Europe 1501-1600 B1955. Första upplagan av konkordansen utkom 1485 och nya upplagor fortsatte att tryckas till 1500-talets andra hälft. Konrad von Halberstadt levde under 1300-talet, var dominikanermunk och slutade sin karriär som professor i teologi 1362. Johannes de Segovia (ca 1395-1458) sammanställde den andra delen "Concordantie partium sive dictionum indeclinabilium totius biblie" som trycktes första gången 1476. Konrad Leonberg (ca 1460 till efter 1522) var redaktör för denna utgåva, liksom för den sexbands bib … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2017-07-07 19:07:06
Calvin, Jean
4, 19 Bl., 1506 Spalten (zweispaltig), 1 Holzschnitttafel. (Das Paradies darstellend), 18 Bl. (Index), 112 Spalten, HLdr. (neu aufgebunden) mit 5 Bünden, blindgeprägter Titel, Etliche Wurmlöcher m. Seidenpapier faxchmännisch unterlegt, wenige Marginalien von alter Hand, etwas wasserrändig. Insgesamt ein schönes Exemplar. Der erste Bd. der 7-bänd. seltenen u. frühen Ausgabe v. Calvins Schriften. Der Genfer reformierte Taliban (1509-1564) war sich der Wahrheit sicher. Und so benahm er sich auch. In wörtlicher Befolgung der Aussagen des 2. Buch Mose "Eine Hexe sollst du nicht am Leben lassen." - (Ex 22,17 EU), befürwortete Calvin die Verfolgung der Hexen und deren Hinrichtung und rief dazu auf, "Hexen" aufzuspüren und gnadenlos "auszurotten". In seinen Predigten über das erste Buch Samuel tadelte er darum jene, die die Verbrennung der Hexen ablehnten, und forderte, sie als Verächter des göttlichen Wortes aus der Gesellschaft ausstoßen. Besonders gut dokumentiert ist Calvins Haltung in den Hexenprozessen von Peney. Calvin glaubte, dass drei Jahre lang Männer und Frauen in Genf durch Zauberkünste die Pest ausbreiteten und hielt alle ihnen durch die Folter abgepressten Selbstanschuldigungen für wahr, nachträglichen Widerruf für unwahr. 1545 wurden innerhalb weniger Monate 34 Unglückliche nach entsetzlichen Martern vor allen Häusern, die sie angeblich mit Pest behext hatten, verbrannt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2017-07-01 09:22:12
DJURDJEVIC, Bartol (Bartholomeus GEORGIEVITZ).
Atkinson 407; Tobler, p. 73; USTC 34773, 34774; not in Belg. Typ.; cf. Atabey 488 (other ed.). Rare edition, in French, of "one of the most frequently reprinted accounts of all Turkish life and customs" (Atabey). The first part details a pilgrimage from Paris to Jerusalem, the second is devoted to the Ottoman Empire. Bartolomej Djurdjevic (or Georgievitz, ca. 1506-1566) was captured at the battle of Mohács (1526), Hungary, and spent 13 years in Turkish captivity. He describes the miseries of Christian slaves in the Ottoman Empire, as well as Turkish ceremonies, traditions, religion, agriculture, etc. It includes a Turkish-French vocabulary.The second part is mentioned on the title-page of the first part, but has its own title-page, pagination and signatures, so that it could also be sold separately. The two parts are rarely found together.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
DJURDJEVIC, Bartol (Bartholomeus GEORGIEVITZ).
Atkinson 407; Tobler, p. 73; USTC 34773, 34774; not in Belg. Typ.; cf. Atabey 488 (other ed.). Rare edition, in French, of "one of the most frequently reprinted accounts of all Turkish life and customs" (Atabey). The first part details a pilgrimage from Paris to Jerusalem, the second is devoted to the Ottoman Empire. Bartolomej Djurdjevic (or Georgievitz, ca. 1506-1566) was captured at the battle of Mohács (1526), Hungary, and spent 13 years in Turkish captivity. He describes the miseries of Christian slaves in the Ottoman Empire, as well as Turkish ceremonies, traditions, religion, agriculture, etc. It includes a Turkish-French vocabulary.The second part is mentioned on the title-page of the first part, but has its own title-page, pagination and signatures, so that it could also be sold separately. The two parts are rarely found together.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
DJURDJEVIC, Bartol (Bartholomeus GEORGIEVITZ).
- Atkinson 407; Tobler, p. 73; USTC 34773, 34774; not in Belg. Typ.; cf. Atabey 488 (other ed.). Rare edition, in French, of "one of the most frequently reprinted accounts of all Turkish life and customs" (Atabey). The first part details a pilgrimage from Paris to Jerusalem, the second is devoted to the Ottoman Empire. Bartolomej Djurdjevic (or Georgievitz, ca. 1506-1566) was captured at the battle of Mohács (1526), Hungary, and spent 13 years in Turkish captivity. He describes the miseries of Christian slaves in the Ottoman Empire, as well as Turkish ceremonies, traditions, religion, agriculture, etc. It includes a Turkish-French vocabulary.The second part is mentioned on the title-page of the first part, but has its own title-page, pagination and signatures, so that it could also be sold separately. The two parts are rarely found together.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-05-04 16:56:42
JUDAICA WWII PINSK: THE STORY OF THE JEWS OF PINSK 3 Vol.1st ED.ILLUS.TAMIR MIRSKI WOLF ZEEV RABINOWITSCH, / TAMIR (MIRSKI), N. - Pinsk: The Story of the Jews of Pinsk 1506 - 1942 [3 Volume Set]. Tel Aviv: Association of the Jews of Pinsk in Israel,1973 / 1977 / 1966. 225 x 280mm., 353+112pp. 559+159pp. 655pp. Blue calico hard covers with gilt letterings, dust jacket. With numerous black & white illustrations. The book is in : Hebrew Yiddish English Covers slightly worn, dust jackets worn, slightly stained, foxed, rubbed and some small tears to edges. Endpapers and edges slightly foxed and browned Total weight: 5800 gr.  Shipping cost: $87 I send them EMS ( because of weight)
Bookseller: judaica-market
2017-05-01 13:37:10
Jacob Wimpfeling:
Paris, Johannem Barbier, 1506. O-Papierlagen (a1-a4, b1-b4, c1-c2, d1-d2) ohne Bucheinband mit Fadenbindung, Seiten im Randbereich gering braunfleckig, 24 (von 28) Blättern mit Titelblatt und zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Die fehlenden 4 Blätter liegen als Kopie anbei. Erstes Vorwort von Jacobus B. Sletstatensis date Spiris pridie y dus lunias anno 1493. Zweites Vorwort von Theodoricus gresmundt. 8°. Seltenes Lehrbuch des elsässischen Humanisten und Pädagogen Jacob Wimpfeling (1450-1528). Mit Widmungsbrief des Autors, Speyer 12. 6.1493, an Theodoricus Gresemundus den Jüngeren und dessen Antwort. Mit Brief an den Leser, Mainz [16.10.1493], von Theodoricus Gresemundus dem Jüngeren. Aufgrund seiner Preferenz für die lateinische Sprache verfasste Jacob Wimpfeling verschiedene Schulbücher zur Grammatik, Stilistik und Rhetorik. "Vimphelingi" sah in der lateinischen Sprache den Vorteil der internationalen Verkehrssprache. In der Inkunabelzeit wurden deutschsprachige Werke oftmals aus Absatzgründen ins Lateinische übersetzt. So erschien Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff 1494 erstmals in deutscher Sprache und ab 1497 als "Stultifera navis".
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist [Seeheim-Jugenheim, Germany]
2017-04-27 09:07:36
Ludolphus de Saxonia
Paris: Gering et Rembolt, 1506. Very Good Condition. 8 continuous leaves disbound from an early Ludolphus Psalter, ca. 1506, comprising leaves clxix-clxxvi. 10" x 7". A few small wormholes, light spotting, generally clean. Attractively printed with numerous 4 line initials. Some degradation near the spine, light dampstain and some discoloration in the gutter, a few manicules and a penciled bookseller note, but no other marks to the text. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Inventory No: 044812.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-04-25 10:52:31
Sarpi, Paulo.
Halle: in der Gebauer und Stettinschen Buchhandlung, 1761–64. 8vo (19.5 cm, 7.7"). 4 vols. only of 6, in 2. I: [107] ff., 440, [32] pp.; [2] ff., 684, [32] pp. II: [24] ff., 566, [18] pp.; [1] f., 598, [24] pp. Later German edition of this unofficial, anti-papal history of the Council of Trent by Fra Paolo Sarpi (1552–1623), first published in 1619. The German text is printed in gothic with Latin footnotes in roman and italic type. Sidenotes, also in German, are found in the main sections of each part, and handsome woodcut initials, headpieces, and tailpieces decorate the text throughout. There is one set of letterpress diagrams in the second part, and the volumes offer => all three engraved frontispieces called for, being portraits of the author, Paul III, and Julius III, by "Bause" (Johann Friedrich Bause, 1738–1814) and "Schleven" (probably Johann Friedrich Schleuen, 1739–84), at the beginning of the first three parts. All four parts have separate title-pages.    Binding/Provenance: Contemporary full vellum with => gilt-stamped supralibros "Fridericus Rex Prussiae. A. 1764." on front covers of both volumes, suggesting they were => presented to the King of Prussia that year, just after the final part was printed. Bright red edges. Bindings as above, both a little soiled, with noticeable but small spots on back cover of first vol. and front cover of second, spines rubbed erasing old ink titles and library markings. Four volumes only of six, bound in two; old-fashioned institutional rubber-stamps on title-pages and ink markings on front pastedowns. Light foxing, a few small … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [US]
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2017-03-22 12:55:37
Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus
Venice: Rubeus Vercellencis, 1506. Folio (32,0 x 21,8 cm). (1), 358 lvs. Contemporary calf with extensive blind-tooling over wooden boards with remains of 4 clasps. Spine with 3 raised bands. Original text (9 to 18 lines per page) set in a larger type and surrounded by the commentaries (58 to 60 lines per page) set in a smaller type. Illustrated with 80 fine woodcuts. Original text and commentaries with many decorated woodcut initials. De Vita Caesarum, a set of biographies of 12 successive Roman caesars, is the most important surviving work of the Gaius Suetonius Tranquillus. The 80 woodcut engravings often depict war scenes, but also domestic and pastoral scenes, punishments, slave transports, cruelties like the killing of refugees and a senator by Tiberius, the murder of his family by Nero, the murder of Vitellius and the slaying of Julus Caesar. Size of the woodcuts 5,8 x 7,5 cm or 4,8 x 7,5 cm, except the famous first one, depicting the classical caesarian section (measuring 8,0 x 11,6 cm). Some of the engravings repeated. Also with 7 Maiblumen initials and 3 large decorated initials in black. Original text and commentaries with many decorated woodcut initials. Some of these woodcuts decorated with angels in Holbein-style. A few leaves browned, several leaves with a marginal stain, leaf a2 damaged, only the third of the four leaves of the first quire present (the other three, including th title page present as copies), leaf aa3 with some library stamps, endpaper with ex-libris stamp, covers rubbed and a bit damaged, leather of spine damaged and partly restored. Other … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-03-08 22:21:23
Nicholas de Lyra; Pauli Burgensis; Matthie Doring Replicis
[Basel: Froben & Petri fur Amerbach] 1506 - This volume of the Textus Biblia contains the first five books of the Old Testament (the Pentateuch). The complete Bible is in six volumes (sometimes found with a seventh [Index] volume) printed between 1506 and 1508. The text, in Latin, is commentary by Nicholas de Lyra (1270-1349), Matthew Doring (fl. 1469), Paul of Burgos (1351-1435), et al., printed in two columns to the page with the bible text in the center to form a third column. 9 ½ in. x 13 ½ in. 377 leaves (754 pp.). Illustrated with woodcuts and initials. Marbled end-papers. Beautifully rebound in dark brown leather with six raised bands, gilt designs, and gilt titling on black label on the spine. Leaves 368 to end (377) show worming with damage to text; small worm holes practically throughout with little damage to text. Light damp staining to early pages and to late pages. Some early pages have manuscript notes in ink in the margins, and the title page has an ink notation which we read as Nichola de Lyra floruit A.D. 1319. A beautiful example of early printing by three of the famous Basel printers: Johan Froben, Johann Amerbach, and Adam Petri. The book weighs 6 ¾ lbs. Postage may be extra on this item. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc.
2017-02-08 13:31:47
Alfonso de Madrigal (ca. 1410-1455).-
Hans gysser., Salamanca. 1506 - Fólio, gótico, grab. 6 h. 190 fólios. Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Segunda parte de esta bella y primitiva edición de los escritos de la lengua castellana del Tostado. Ejemplar en muy condiciones a pesar de estar falto de portada. . . IMPORTANT [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Blázquez
2017-01-14 15:44:24
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Lyons: Jacques Sacon (for Luc-Antoine Giunta?), 1506. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Later but old full unadorned sheep, surface scratches scrapes, spine a little dry but sound and still attractive overall; Giunta device to title. The title and first few leaves mounted, first 13 preliminaries with various paper repairs at the edges, some just touching the text at the edges. Scattered mostly minor foxing and staining, folio CC with a marginal repair, lacking the preliminary signature dd (6 leaves, a table) ends with the printer's mark and colophon on X5 (lacking rear blank at X6). A-A8, B-B6, aa-cc8 (lacking dd), a-z8, A-T8, U-U6, X-X5 (lacking blank at X6). 385ff (of 392). The first Sacon Latin bible. Sacon was active from 1503-1522, printing for himself as well as Koberger, Petit and others - he reproduced the best editions of the day for the Lyonnaise market. Darlow & Moule 6091, Bibliographie Lyonnaise XII 318. Baudrier suggests Sacon printed it for Luc-Antione Giunta which appears more likely than Masch's suggestion (from Darlow & Moule) that it was an attempted forgery, given Sacon's printing of other works for Koberger, Petit and others. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046295.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-01-09 19:19:52
A rare edition (and the final Middleton printing) of the first of four treatises on justices of the peace published in the sixteenth century, first appearing in 1506 and predating Fitzherbert, Lambarde, and Crompton; four copies in S.T.C.. Modern calf, gilt, signature erased from title, some light marginal staining, else especially clean with ample margins; the Taussig copy. In edibus Wilhelmi Middilton, London, 1544?.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
2016-12-17 12:26:33
Calvin, Jean
4, 19 Bl., 1506 Spalten (zweispaltig), 1 Holzschnitttafel. (Das Paradies darstellend), 18 Bl. (Index), 112 Spalten, HLdr. (neu aufgebunden) mit 5 Bünden, blindgeprägter Titel, Etliche Wurmlöcher m. Seidenpapier faxchmännisch unterlegt, wenige Marginalien von alter Hand, etwas wasserrändig. Insgesamt ein schönes Exemplar. Der erste Bd. der 7-bänd. seltenen u. frühen Ausgabe v. Calvins Schriften. Der Genfer reformierte Taliban (1509-1564) war sich der Wahrheit sicher. Und so benahm er sich auch.In wörtlicher Befolgung der Aussagen des 2. Buch Mose "Eine Hexe sollst du nicht am Leben lassen." - (Ex 22,17 EU), befürwortete Calvin die Verfolgung der Hexen und deren Hinrichtung und rief dazu auf, "Hexen" aufzuspüren und gnadenlos "auszurotten".In seinen Predigten über das erste Buch Samuel tadelte er darum jene, die die Verbrennung der Hexen ablehnten, und forderte, sie als Verächter des göttlichen Wortes aus der Gesellschaft ausstoßen.Besonders gut dokumentiert ist Calvins Haltung in den Hexenprozessen von Peney. Calvin glaubte, dass drei Jahre lang Männer und Frauen in Genf durch Zauberkünste die Pest ausbreiteten und hielt alle ihnen durch die Folter abgepressten Selbstanschuldigungen für wahr, nachträglichen Widerruf für unwahr. 1545 wurden innerhalb weniger Monate 34 Unglückliche nach entsetzlichen Martern vor allen Häusern, die sie angeblich mit Pest behext hatten, verbrannt.
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej
2016-12-14 11:30:32
Buchanan, George
3 Teile in 1 Band. Einband etwas berieben Rücken beschabt (einige kleine, oberflächliche Bezugsfehlstellen - keine Löcher, sondern Fehlstellen in der obersten Pergamentschicht) gering stockfleckig die ersten 4 Bll. mit kleinem Wurmloch (geringer Buchstabenverlust) letzte Bll. mit kleinem, schwachen Wasserfleck in der unteren Ecke (außerhalb des Textes) und einige weiter Bll. mit kleinem, schwachen Wasserfleck im Kopfsteg Titel und S. 48 von Teil 1 jeweils mit 2 kleinen Siegelresten (außerhalb des Textes) Bibliotheksschildchen auf dem vorderen Innendeckel alter Besitzvermerk sowie 2 kleine Stempel auf dem Titel. Enthält Buchanans Satire auf das Mönchswesen "Franciscanus et fratres", weitere Dichtungen Buchanans, seine lateinischen Übersetzungen der Dramen "Medea" und "Alkestis" von Euripides sowie von Buchanan edierte Texte von Adrian Turnebe, Michel de l?Hopital, Johannes Auratus (Jean Dorat) und Carl Utenhove. Mit einigen Textstellen in hebräischer, griechischer und französischer Sprache. George Buchanan (1506-1582) bedeutender schottischer Dichter und Gelehrter er wechselte häufig den Aufenthalt zwischen Schottland, England und Frankreich zeitweise Lehrer Montaignes und des späteren schottischen Königs Jacob (James) VI. (seit 1603 als Jacob bzw. James I. König von Großbritannien und Irland) 1568 Mitglied des Gerichts über Mary Stuart 1570-1578 brit. Lordsiegelbewahrer. VD 16, B 8977/ Adams B 3051/ BM STC, German Books, 163/ Graesse I, 563.
Bookseller: Aix Libris
2016-12-12 14:42:46
12 Blatt/leafes 50 x 39 cm. ill. Ln./cloth. Die Bilder zeigen Vögel in obstbehangenen Ästen, jedem Aquarell gegenüber ein kalligraphierter Text. Papier stockfleckig, die Aquarelle aber nur wenig betroffen, sonst schön erhalten. Fotos gern auf Anfrage./ Paintings showing birds between fruiting boughs, at each opposite a calligraphed text. Paper foxed, but the paintings barely, else in very good condition. Please don't hesitate to ask for fotos. Versand D: 3,99 EUR hand painted watercolors watercolor handmade china chinese painter painters art kunst aquarelle wasserfarben handgemalt chinesische Kunst Malerei
Bookseller: Wissenschaftl. Antiquariat Th. Haker e.K [Klettgau, Germany]
2016-12-11 22:56:03
Sleidani, Joannis / Sleidanus, Johannes
8 (19x11), 8 Bl., 872 S., 10 Bl., mit allegorischem TitelHolzschnitt, Pgmt d.Zt. mit KantenSchutzrand, alter handschriftl RTitel, kleine VignettenPrägungen, die ersten und letzten Blatt mit leichtem Wasserrand, alte Bibliotheksmarke auf Innenspiegel, Vorsätze gering beschädigt, gutes gepflegtes Exemplar, Johannes Philippson von Schleiden (1506-1556) Geschichtsschreiber, Jurist und Diplomat aus dem damaligen Herzogtum Luxemburg, wozu die Herrschaft Schleiden gehörte.- 1551-52 vertrat er die Stadt Strassburg auf dem Konzil von Trient.- Sein hier vorliegendend Hauptwerk (Commentariorum de statu religionis et reipublicae Carolo V. / Über den Zustand der Religion und des Staates unter Kaiser Karl V.) umfasst die Jahre 1517 bis 1556 und gilt als einer der besten zeitgenössichen Berichte und wichtiges Quellenwerk zur Reformationsgeschichte, gestützt auf eine grosse Auswahl von Dokumenten. Bereits wenige Jahre nach dem ersten Erscheinen galt es als die massgebliche Geschichtsdarstellung der Reformation im Reich: dokumentarisch, weil von einem Zeitzeugen verfaßt objektiv, weil jedes explizite Urteil meidend methodisch bahnbrechend, weil in zuvor ungekanntem Maße auf Schriftquellen gestützt, die niemandem sonst zugänglich waren. Erst Leopold Ranke wies 1824 in seiner Abhandlung Zur Kritik neuerer Geschichtsschreiber nach, daß Sleidanus von seiner Unparteilichkeit überzeugt, sich auf größtenteils unzuverlässiges oder tendenziöses Material verließ. Sleidanus übernahm in seinen (Commentarii) zwar die Form der politischen Historie, doch erfüllte er weder ihre Voraussetzung (Autopsie dur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat an der Stiftskirche : Bad Waldsee [Germany]
2016-11-15 13:05:10
12 Blatt/leafes 50 x 39 cm. ill. Ln./cloth. Die Bilder zeigen Vögel in obstbehangenen Ästen, jedem Aquarell gegenüber ein kalligraphierter Text. Papier stockfleckig, die Aquarelle aber nur wenig betroffen, sonst schön erhalten. Fotos gern auf Anfrage./ Paintings showing birds between fruiting boughs, at each opposite a calligraphed text. Paper foxed, but the paintings barely, else in very good condition. Please don't hesitate to ask for fotos. Versand D: 3,99 EUR hand painted watercolors watercolor handmade china chinese painter painters art kunst aquarelle wasserfarben handgemalt chinesische Kunst Malerei
Bookseller: Wissenschaftl. Antiquariat Th. Haker e.K [Klettgau, Germany]
2016-10-22 16:42:59
Peutinger, Konrad.
1506. 4to. 26 unn. ff. (incl. last blank). (Bound with) II: Solinus, Caius Julius. Polyhistor, seu rerum orbis memorabilium collectanea [...]. Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus & Hero Fuchs, December 1520. XCII, (12) ff. With architectural woodcut title border. (Bound with) III: Pomponius Mela. Cosmographia. (Paris), Jean Petit, (5 June 1513). XXX, (10) ff. With large stipple-engraved printer's device on title page. (Bound with) IV: Herodian. Libri octo, in quibus hi imperatores continentur [...]. Angelo Politiano interprete. (Strasbourg, Matthias Schürer, November 1513). (6), LXXXV, (1) ff. (Bound with) V: [Bruni] Aretino, Leonardo. De bello Gotthorum: seu de bello Italico adversus Gotthos libri quattuor. (Paris), [Guy Marchand für] Jean Petit, (31 March 1507). 48 ff. With large stipple-engraved printer's device on title page. Contemp. blindstamped dark-brown calf binding over wooden boards; pastedowns made of a 13th-c. vellum ms. with fleuronnée initials. Fine Sammelband, containing the very scarce first edition of Peutinger's work dealing with the old borders of Gaul and Germania. Under the heading "De Lusitanis nautis qui in Indiam navigant", Peutinger discusses the travels of his fellow Augsburg citizens to the East Indies. Also includes poems by Sebastian Brant and Ringmann Philesius. - The volume contains four additional early prints: II: The work of the Roman geographer Gaius Julius Solinus (3rd c.). "The greater part of this work is taken from Pliny's 'Natural History' and Mela's 'Cosmographia'. It was revised in the sixth century under the title of 'Polyhistor'. It w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-19 12:11:51
Albumasar (Abu Ma'shar al-Balkhi Ja'Far ibn Muhammad).
1506. 4to (210
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2016-10-18 18:58:07
Sibutus, Georg Daripinus.
1506. 16 pp. With an ornamental woodcut initial on the title page. Papered spine. Second edition of Sibutus's first published work, previously printed by Quentel in March 1505: a treatise on the art of memory. The humanist Sibutus (c. 1480-1528), probably from Tannroda in Thuringia, was a student of Conrad Celtis. Crowned poet laureate by Emperor Maximilian, he practised as a physician and taught rhetorics in Wittenberg, Rostock, Cologne, and Vienna. "This frequently cited and rarely discussed instruction by Sibutus contains within the space of 7½ pages so many obscure precepts, counter-productively mingled with verses by Virgil, Ovid, and others, that it must be quite incomprehensible to anyone unaccustomed with mnemonics. It is apparent that Sibutus employed a very difficult and roundabout method. So as to have no more than 36 mnemonic devices, he used the verse 'arma virumque cano' etc.; for each letter he would imagine a person whose name began with that letter etc. He does not explain how to avoid confusing these persons in case a particular letter occurs more than once" (cf. Aretin, Systematische Anleitung zur Theorie und Praxis der Mnemonik, Sulzbach 1810, p. 194ff.). More of a practitioner than a theorist, Sibutus was proficient in mnemotechnics himself: for Frederick, Elector of Saxony, he recited from memory 600 verses of his "Silvula in Albiorim", a poem praise of Wittenberg. The present volume includes two introductory poems by Johannes Murmellius and Johannes Cesarius, a dedicatory poem to the Lübeck jurist Heinrich Bucholt, as well as Sibutus's own "Carmen in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-04 14:50:00
SVETONIUS TRANQUILLUS Caius
De Rossi Giov, 1506. in - folio, ff. (4), 358 (la numeraz. comincia dal f. 17). Leg. coeva p. perg., tit. ms. calligr. al dorso (cuffia super. ben restaurata). Testo in car. rom. racchiuso dal commento in car. più piccolo; grandi e piccole iniz. silogr. ornate su fondo nero. Prima edizione illustrata dello Svetonio: sotto il titolo legno ombreggiato (mm. 86 x 128) col monogramma L raffig. un maestro in cattedra e quattro discepoli (già utilizzato, con altra figura del personaggio dell'autore, per l'Orazio del 1505), nel testo 80 splendide vignette in silografia (44 al tratto, improntate quasi tutte ad una precedente ediz. del Tito Livio, e 36 vignette ombreggiate, fatte espressamente per quest'edizione; sul f. 1, all'inizio del testo, vignetta raffigurante la nascita di Giulio Cesare: si tratta della prima raffigurazione di un parto Cesareo; la stessa inc. riappare nel capitolo riguardante Giulio Cesare). Superba edizione figurata, che sarà ristampata da Filippo Pincio nel 1510. Esemplare molto bello e puro, con le silografie assai nitidamente impresse (antico timbro al titolo).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2016-09-22 13:59:15
LUDOLPHUS CARTHUSIENSIS; PETRARCA, Francesco
B. Rembolt, 1506. In 4°, c.nn. 32, numerate 232, nn. 4 (ultima bianca mancante). Prima edizione cinquecentesca, dopo quella di Spira del 1491. Le ultime 3 carte contengono i "Psalmi penitentiales" e i "Psalmi confessionales" di Francesco Petrarca. Alcuni forellini di tarlo, ma bellissimo esemplare. Legatura coeva con dorso in pelle con nervature. Piatti in legno. (Adams, L 1673).
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni
2016-09-13 20:40:19
Manetti, Antonio
Filippo Giunta, 1506. The first and rare separate edition of the Dialogocirca di Antonio Manetti, cittadino fiorentino, circa al sito, forma, & misure dello Inferno di Dante Alighieri, by the Florentine mathematician, architect and member of the Accademia Fiorentina, Antonio di Tuccio Manetti. 160 x 98 mm. 56 leaves, italic and roman type. Seven woodcuts showing cross-sections and maps of hell and a map of the earth. Very good condition, taping to front and rear gutters, small bookseller sticker on rear paste-down, previous owner's initials on front paste-down. handwritten notes in back. Housed in a custom-made slipcase.
Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books [US]
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