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        1507 Pliny the Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Gemology Post Incunable

      [Venetiis] : Impressum fuit per Ioanem Rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq ; Vercellenses, 1507. - 1507 Pliny the Elder Natural History Astronomy Magic Gemology Post Incunable “The only certainty is that nothing is certain” – Pliny the Elder, Naturalis Historia, book II Pliny the Elder was one of the most important 1st-century Roman authors who is remembered for his encyclopedic work ‘Naturalis Historia’ which would become the model for encyclopedias. ‘Natural History’ is oft thought to the be single largest work surviving the Roman Empire and covers a vast field of knowledge including astronomy, meteorology, geography, zoology, botany, agriculture, medicine, as well as magic, alchemy and gemology. Pliny also notes some miraculous events in this book including floating islands on Lake Vadimo and gives special attention to magic, declaring that magic originated out of medicine and should have flourished alongside the developments in medicine. This 1507 edition is not found in Adams and still appears in incunabula-style printing. Published in Venice by Johan Rubuem & Varcellenses. Item number: #2765 Price: $3950 PLINY the Elder C. Plinii Secundi Veronensis Historiae naturalis libri XXXVII, ab Alexandro Benedicto Ve., physico, emendatiores redditi. [Venetiis] : Impressum fuit per Ioānem Rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq ; Vercellenses, 1507. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [16], 280 (i.e. 279), [10] o Colophon: Hoc opus Caii Plinii Secundi naturalis historiae impressum fuit per Ioa[n]nem rubeum & Bernardinum fratresq[ue] Vercellenses ab incarnatione anno domini. 1507. die. xvi. Ianuarii. • References: BM STC Italian p. 526; not in Adams; • Language: Latin • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~12.5in X 8.5in (32cm x 22cm) • Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2765 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Secunda Africae Tabula.

      1507]., [Rome, 1507 - Northern Africa Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, on laid paper, with a watermark of a T within a circle and crossbow with a circle, a few words underlined in red ink. This map shows an area of northern Africa covering most of Tunisia and Libya, with Sicily and Sardinia in outline in the north. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employed" (Tooley).

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        Speculum passionis domini nostri Ihesu christi.

      Nürnberg, (Peypus), 30.VIII.1507. - Fol. 1 nn., 90 num., 1 w. Bl., mit 77 (39 blattgroßen) Holzschnitten. Leder des 16. Jahrhunderts über Holzdeckeln mit reicher teils vergoldeter Blindprägung. Buchdeckel bestehend aus jeweils 3 Rahmen und einem Mittelfeld, welches auf dem Vorderdeckel einen runden Stempel mit der "Heiligen Anna" zeigt. (Rücken restauriert, etwas berieben, an den Ecken kleine Fehlstellen, ohne die Schließen). Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten. - Adams P 1243; Panzer VII,446,48; Murray, German Books 333; Muther 897; Proctor 11031; Dodgson I(,505 u. II,5,1; Holstein II,128; Oldenbourg, Baldung L 7 u. Schäufelein L 4; Curjel, Baldung 161/II. - Bedeutendstes graphisches Werk Schäufeleins, von dem 39 der Holzschnitte, darunter 33 blattgroße (4 Wiederholungen) stammen. Die anderen Holzschnitte von Hans Baldung Grien und Wolf Traut. - Blatt XVI mit dem ganzseitigen Holzschnitt in Kopie auf altem Papier. - Einige Seiten gereinigt. Einige Blatt etwas fingerfleckig, teils mit leichten Wasserrändern, Name und Besitzeintrag auf Titel. - Schönes Exemplar mit kräftigen Abdrucken der Holzschnitte in einem dekorativen Einband der Zeit aus dem Nürnberger Raum. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Prima Asia Tabula.

      1507]., [Rome, 1507 - The second printed map of Turkey Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, with contemporary annotations in red, no watermark, lower right margin with loss, skilfully repaired. Fine Ptolemaic map of Turkey, one of the earliest maps of the country, from the 1507 Rome edition. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employed" (Tooley).

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        Decima Asiae Tabula

      1507]., [Rome, 1507 - Ptolemy's map of India Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, on laid paper, with a watermark of a crossbow within and circle and a T within a circle, a few words underlined in red ink, together with later marginalia, two tears to upper and lower right hand margin skilfully repaired. Detailed map of showing the whole of Northern India including a severely truncated peninsula. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employed" (Tooley).

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        Secunda Asiae Tabula

      1507]., [Rome, 1507 - Ukraine and Russia Double-page engraved map, on two sheets joined, on laid paper, later manuscript annotations in red, no watermark, two tears to lower left skilfully repaired. The map shows part of present day Ukraine and Russia on the northern coast of the Black Sea. Two mountain passes (Portae Albaticae and Portae Sarmaticae) are marked with Greek pediments. The Portae Sarmaticae was the only pass in Ptolemy's time between Sarmatia and Iberia. The Pillars of Alexander are marked just above. Map from the beautiful third Rome edition of Ptolemy's Geographia. "This handsome edition is a reprinting of the copper-plate maps of the 1478 [and 1490] Ptolemy [the first Rome edition by Conrad Sweynheym and Arnold Buckinck, whose] maps are considered the finest Ptolemaic ones produced up to the time that the great Mercator engraved his Ptolemy of 1578. It is believed that Sweynheym was the one who first thought of applying the very new art of copper-engraving to the printing of maps, and he might have taken a hand in the actual engraving of them himself" (World Encompassed). While the Bologna edition of 1477 was the first atlas to use copperplate maps, the present series is generally regarded as superior for its clear captions, accurate projections and overall design. Also, there are indications the Bologna edition was hurried through the press: the captions were not engraved but stamped into the plates. The early Italian Ptolemys, particularly the Rome editions, are "superb testimonials of Italian craftsmanship without the picturesque but unscientific monsters of the medieval maps or the addition of the adventitious decoration of later work, relying for their beauty solely on the delicacy of their execution and the fineness of the material employed" (Tooley).

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        Sin título. Vista de ruinas romanas

      Países Bajos - HIERONIMUS COCK (c. 1507-1570) Arriba en el centro: Septizonii Severi imp. Cum contiguis / Ruinis, prospectus unus. Arriba izquierda: P Abajo derecha: Cock F . Buen estado de conservación. Buena estampación. Con márgenes. Siglo/Century: XVI Aguafuerte y buril Papel vitela Grabador/Engraver: Cock, Hieronimus Dibujante/Draw Artist: Cock, Hieronimus 1550 Altura papel/Paper height: 239 Anchura papel/Paper width: 336 Altura plancha/Plate height:225 Anchura plancha/Plate width: 320

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        Iustini ex Trogo Pompeio historiae cum multis memorabilibus in margine. Addito insuper indice, quo facilius notatu clariora reperiri possint, nuper emendatae. - (Colophon:)

      Venezia, Tacuino de Tridino, XVII maggio 1507. In-folio (30,5 x 21 cm.). Pergamena del '500, titolo calligrafato sul dorso; legatura ricucita. Con 41 capilettera silografici grandi e molto graziosi su fondo nero (4,7 x 4,3 cm.), e altre 78 inziali decorative più piccole, sempre su fondo nero. 53 ff.; nei margini interni lievi aloni e piccoli rinforzi; per ritrovarli più facilmente, un lettore del '500 ha annotato a penna nei margini, in una grafia chiara e di facile lettura, i fatti e i nomi citati nel testo. Non comune postincunabolo dell'epitome dell'Historia Philippica dello storico romano Trogo Pompeo. E' "una vera e propria storia universale, che andava dalle antichissime vicende di Babilonia fino ai suoi tempi... Notevole interesse rivestono poi tutti i rapporti della Grecia con Roma: le guerre contro Pirro, Filippo V di Macedonia, Perseo, Mitridate e i Parti. Parte importante rivestono anche l'ebraismo, di cui tracciano le origini ed i rapporti con Roma." (Wikipedia). Graesse III, 511. Olschki, Choix, 4711 (ristampa del 1512). Edit16, CNCE 52915. A scarce edition of this history. With 41 large and 78 small woodcut initials on black ground. Inner margins reinforced and slightly stained; an early and neat hand has listed in ink in the margins names and events mentioned in the text. Generally a good copy in 16th century vellum, recased.

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        Rev. Patris Fr. Alphonsi a Vera Cruce Hispani Ordinis Eremitarum S. Augustini. Et in primaria cathedra mexican & universitatis S. Theologia Doctoris. Speculum coniugiorum, cum appendice. Nunc primum in Italia Typis excusum. De consensu superiorum.

      Alonso de la Vera Cruz (1507-1584) war Augustiner-Eremit, Missionar u. Kämpfer für die Menschenrechte der Indianer in Mexiko.

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        Vocabularius perutilis vtriusq [ue] iuris tam ciuilis q [uam] canonici. [Anhang] 'Tractatus de modo studendi in utroque jure. editus . Johane baptistam de gazalupis'.

      Paris, Iehan [Jean] Petit : offizin Jean Barbier, 7. September 1507. - 8° (17x11), 1wBl., [210] Bl., 1 wBl., 1. Blatt mit Titel und großer dekorative Druckermarke des Jean Petit, zweispaltiger Druck mit zahlr. Initialen, Halblederband mit Einzelstempeln Holzdeckeln auf 5 starken Bünden, Messingschliesse mit gotischer Minuskel-Prägung an Pergamentstreifen (intakt), gestochenes Wappenexlibris des 18. Jh. auf Innenspiegel, die ersten 4 Blatt sowie gelegentliche zeitgenössische Marginalie, sehr schönes und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar, (Vocabularius perutilis utriusque iuris tam civilis quam canonici) colophon: Parisius impressum: per Johanne barbier: impensis Johanis parui . Anno d[omi]ni millesimo quingetesimo septimo di vero vij mensis Septembris.-- Sehr geschätztes Rechtslexikon erstmals 1475 erschienen und bis zu Beginn des 17. Jahrhunderts mehrfach aufgelegt, hier in einer frühen Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts.- Die Autorenschaft wird gewöhnlich Jodocus aus Erfurt zugeschrieben.- [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Exemplorum libri decem.

      - (Am Ende:) Venedig, Ioannes Bartholomeus (d.i. G. B. Gabiano aus Asti), 19. Sept. 1507. 4to. 4 nn., 146 num. Bl. mit einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Marmorierter Halbleder d. 19. Jahrhunderts mit Rückenschild u. etwas Rückenvergoldung (berieben). Erste Ausgabe, ein Jahr nach Sabellicos Tod herausgegeben von Giovanni Battista Egnazio. Nach Rubriken geordnetes Handbuch der Weisheit und praktischen Lebenskunst mit Exempeln aus der Heiligen Schrift und den antiken Schriftstellern. Ein Entwurf zum humanistischen Lebensideal der Renaissance. Sabellico, ein Schüler des Pomponius Laetus, ist vor allem als venezianischer Geschichtsschreiber und Verfasser der ersten modernen Universalgeschichte im antiken Geist bekannt. Er selbst führte ein eher ausschweifendes Leben und starb an einer venerischen Krankheit. - Schöne, wohlerhaltene venezianische Postinkunabel. - BM STC Italian, Suppl. 31 (unter Coccius); vgl. Jöcher IV, 6. - Zu Beginn etwas fingerfleckig, letzte Bl. schwach wasserrandig. Zahlreiche alte Anstreichungen in Tinte, Titelbl. verso mit kl. Stempel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip]
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        De Re militaria. (In fine:) In Pesaro, del MDVII. A di VII Magio Regnante lo Illustrissimo S. Zoan Sfortia da Aragona, Conte de Comignolo etc. cum diligentia, p. Hieronymo Soncino impressa.

      Hieronymo Soncino, 1507. In 8° (170x100). Carte non num. 196. Piena pelle coeva con ricchi fregi a rotella e riquadri a secco ai piatti ed al dorso, fermagli ben conservati, dorso a tre nervi.Seconda edizione (la prima 1494) di questo poema-trattato sull'arte della guerra. L'opera è assai importante dal punto di vista tipografico, in quanto fu il primo(Fumagalli cita un'atra opera come prima) o il secondo libro stampato a Pesaro dal celebre tipografo itinerante Soncino nella propria officina. I caratteri furono intagliati da Francesco Griffo che fu collaboratore di Aldo Manuzio, per il quale inventò e fuse i caratteri in corsivo. L'opera infatti è stampata ad imitazione degli Enchiridion aldini. Cornazzano (1429-1484) celebre umanista piacentino, fu a servizio del famoso cavaliere di ventura Bartolomeo Colleoni, per cui la suddetta opera si basa soprattutto sull' esperienza pratica. E' un poema che tesse le lodi dell'arte militare suddiviso in nove libri; nel secondo libro tratta della cavalleria, del modo di dirigere i cavalli, di come averne cura anche nell'infermità con vari rimedi, dei territori di allevamento. Nei libri successivi troviamo in rassegna numerosi consigli: dai tipi di armature degli eserciti ai corretti modi di agire in battaglia; come seguire il proprio capitano durante gli spostamenti, regole da osservare nei confronti degli eserciti vinti, del rispetto che si deve portare a templi religiosi incontrati in battaglia ed infine di come si debba trionfare dopo aver conseguito la vittoria. Ottimo esemplare, presenta minimi aloni al margine sup. per poche carte all'inizio del tomo. Affascinante legatura d'epoca con lievi spellature agli spigoli ed alle cerniere.

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        Questiones dubitabiles super quattuor libris sententiarum cum questionibus solutiuis Magistri Thomae attrabatensis.

      Impensa ioannis Tacuini Tridinensis, 1507, XV de julio], [Venecia: - 84 folios, 2 hojas de tabla. Pergamino original. Algún punto de polilla que no afecta y discreta suciedad. Palau 143757 nota. Rogent Duran 38. La primera edición de esta obra se imprimió en Lión en 1491: Disputatio Eremitae et Raymundi super aliquibus dubiis quaestionibus Sententiarum magistri Petri Lombardi, texto acabado por el autor en Paris en 1298. Es una de las obras favoritas de los lulistas, lo que eplica tan temprana edición, y también una de las que despertaron la reacción más virulenta del inquisidor Eimeric. Las Questiones Attrebatenses se llaman así porque fueron sometidas a Ramon Llull por un canónigo de Arras, llamado Tomás le Myèsier, amigo y discípulo entusiasta. Fue escrita en París poco después que la primera (1299) y el segundo de los catálogos coetáneos ya la cita con el nombre de Liber de quaestionibus quas quaesivit magister Thomas Limiesiers de Attrebato.

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        Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris, Libro VI, Leipzig, 1507

      1507. Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6").. Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). A Rare 1507 Commentary on Words, Maxims and Phrases in Canon Law [Canon Law]. Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris: Libro VI. [Leipzig: Vuolfgangus Monacensis, 1507]. 140, [12] ff. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Recent paper-covered boards. Title page printed in red and black, guide spaces not illuminated. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to head of text block, minor worming to margins in a few places with minor loss to text, light soiling and early owner inscription to title page. $2,500. * Only edition located. An anonymous commentary on De Regulis Juris, a collection of 88 words, maxims and phrases in Book 5, Title 12 of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Canonici. Complete in itself and bibliographically distinct, this book has a companion volume with additional commentary that was published in 1508. Both are rare. OCLC locates 6 copies of the 1507 Lectura, 1 in North America (UC-Berkeley Law School). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts L902.

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        Tobacco its history illustrated by the books, manuscripts and engravings in the library of George Arents, Jr.New York, The Rosenbach Company and the New York Public Library, 1937-1969. 15 volumes (including 10 supplements). Folio (34 x 25.5 cm). Illustrated throughout. The first 5 volumes in original red cloth and the 10 supplements in original paper wrappers.

      First edition of the catalogue of the George Arents Collection, "the largest and most comprehensive library in the world devoted to the history, literature, and lore of tobacco. The collection contains both printed and manuscript works -- as well as prints, drawings, and ephemera -- dating from 1507 to the present, representing Continental Europe, England, and the Americas." (NYPL). The collection was donated to the New York Public Library in 1942.In very good condition, one volume with minor damage to title-label on spine.

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        Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris, Libro VI, Leipzig, 1507

      1507 - Leipzig, 1507. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). A Rare 1507 Commentary on Words, Maxims and Phrases in Canon Law [Canon Law]. Lectura Super Titulo de Regulis Juris: Libro VI. [Leipzig: Vuolfgangus Monacensis, 1507]. 140, [12] ff. Quarto (7-3/4" x 6"). Recent paper-covered boards. Title page printed in red and black, guide spaces not illuminated. Moderate toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to head of text block, minor worming to margins in a few places with minor loss to text, light soiling and early owner inscription to title page. $2,500. * Only edition located. An anonymous commentary on De Regulis Juris, a collection of 88 words, maxims and phrases in Book 5, Title 12 of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Canonici. Complete in itself and bibliographically distinct, this book has a companion volume with additional commentary that was published in 1508. Both are rare. OCLC locates 6 copies of the 1507 Lectura, 1 in North America (UC-Berkeley Law School). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts L902. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tibullus, A. Elegiae. Mit Kommentaren von Bernardinus Veronensis. - Daran: Catullus, C. V. Carmina. Mit Kommentaren von Antonius Parthenius und Palladio Fosco. - Daran: Propertius, S. Carmina. Mit Kommentaren von Philippus Beroaldus. Mit Beigaben von Hieronymus Salius und Hieronymus Avancius.

      Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke u. zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. u. floralen Initialen versch. Formats. 181 nn. Bll. (ohne das letzte weiße). - Vorgeb. [Trogus Pompeius, Gnaeus]. - Justinus, Marcus Justinianus. Ex trogo pompeio historiae cum multis memorabilibus in margine. Ebda., 17. V. 1507. Fol. Mit zahlr. schwarzgrundigen figürl. Initialen versch. Formats. LIII num., 1 weißes Bll., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. a. 5 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Ad 1) Reich kommentierte Inkunabelausgabe der drei Elegiker. - Ad 2) Frühe Ausgabe der zur Mitte des 1. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. verfassten Universalgeschichte Historiae Philippicae des Pompeius Trogus, dessen Werk nur in dem vorliegenden Auszug des Justinus erhalten ist. - Elegante Antiquadrucke mit dekorativem Initialschmuck, u.a. aus einem großformatigen Kinderalphabet (Jennings 174f.). - Einband etw. berieben bzw. fleckig. Erste u. letzte. Seite mit kl. gelöschtem Stempel, dadurch bedingt kleines Löchlein im Impressum mit min. Buchstabenverlust. Vereinzelte kl. Randläsuren bzw. Wurm- u. Knickspuren. Einige alte Marginalien. Tlw. etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) Hain/C 4766 Goff T-374 Proctor 5461 BMC V, 535 BSB-Ink T-348 Schweiger II, 77 GW M47037 ISTC it00374000. - Ad 2) Panzer VIII, 385, 390 Schweiger II, 485 nicht bei Adams Proctor/Isaac u. im BM STC, Italian Books.

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        Regola de' cinque ordini d'archittettura, . con la nuova aggionta di Michael-Angelo Buonaroti. | Regel vande vijf ordens der architecture,. | Reigle des cinq ordres d'architetture, | Regel der funff Orden von Architectur, .| The rule of the V. orders of architecture.Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius and Jan van Hilton, 1642. With an architectural engraved title-page for part 2, an engraved portrait of Vignola in an elaborate architectural frame, and 66 engraved architectural illustrations.With:(2) PAS, Crispijn van de (I and II). Oficina arcularia in qua sunt ad spectantia diversa . | Boutique menuserie . | Schriner Laden . | Schrinwerckers winckel .Amsterdam, Crispijn van de Pas, 1642. With an engraved title-page and 59 numbered engraved arch

      - Ad 1: BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, at least 6 incomplete); ad 2: cf. BAL 3452; Berlin Kat. 2586; STCN (8 copies, some incomplete). The most extensive edition of the work of the great Renaissance architect Vignola (1507-1573) as expanded by Michelangelo (1475-1564), with the text in Italian, Dutch, French, German and English, and with numerous supplemental series of plates, some appearing here for the first time. The 1686 broadside used as a paste-down at the end of the book celebrates the success of the Holy Roman Empire and its allies at the Battle of Buda, which wrested Buda (now part of Budapest) from Ottoman control after 145 years and heralded the end of Ottoman power in Hungary. Not only does this appear to be unique and not recorded in the literature, we have also found no other record of this anonymous poem. With a contemporary 5-line inscription on the last free endleaf and stencilled owner's inscription on itle-page. Lacking plate 28 in series 5 and 16 plates in series 6, but every copy has a different make-up. With a tear in 1 plate, slightly affecting the foot of the image, a marginal water stain at the head of the first few leaves and some dog-eared corners. Series 1 is sophisticated (each leaf cut down and mounted on modern paper), but the book is general in very good condition, many plates fine, and only slightly trimmed. The 1686 broadside has a hole affecting a few words near the end of the first 6 lines of the poem, and was formerly folded horizontally and vertically. The binding is wrinkled, with a few small tears and stains. A great monument to architectural illustration, with 128 full-page copper plates, together with a unique broadside poem celebrating the conquest of Buda from the Ottoman Empire in 1686.

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        Künstliche Abriss allerhandt Wasserkünsten auch Wind- Ross- Handt- unnd Wasser-Mühlen, beneben schönen und nutzlichen Pompen, und andern Machinen, damit das Wasser in die höhe zu erheben, auch lustige Brunnen dergleichen vor diesem nie gesehen worden.Frankfurt am Main, Gerhardo Grevenbruch, 1618. 2 parts in 1 volume. Small folio (29.5 x 18.5 cm). With 2 engraved title-pages by Matthias Merian, 2 large engraved coats of arms and 100 double-page plates. Contemporary vellum, rebacked.

      GVK (5 copies); VD17 23:645678U (1 copy); Wellcome 1035. Reissue of the first edition of a richly illustrated work on all aspects of waterworks and hydraulics, with illustrations by Jacobus de Strada (1507-1588). The work was brought to the attention of the publisher by his son Octavius de Strada (1550-1612) and first published posthumously in 1617. De Strada was active in many fields: he worked as an architect, painter, art collector, author, publisher, etc., and, judging from the present work, was technically gifted. He gives clear expositions on pumping engines, watermills and all sorts of water-powered machines, accompanied by short descriptions and an introduction by the German architect and mathematician Benjamin Bramer (1588-1652). Due to its delayed publication, some of De Strada's designs were not as innovative as they were when he wrote. De Strada's designs nevertheless appear to be unique and independent of those by his contemporary, the Italian engineer Augostino Ramelli (1531-1610), who published around 100 designs of water-pumping machines in his Le diverse et artificiose machine..., 1588.Some occasional leaves and plates slightly browned, plates with only a few small spots and some occasional marginal thumbing, a few plates with water stains. Binding rebacked, as noted, sides with only a few small spots, otherwise in very good condition.

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        HISTORIAE NATURALIS libri XXXVII ab Alexa[n]dro Benedicto Ve. physico emendatiores redditi.

      Ioannes Rubeus & Bernardinus fratesque Vercellenses,, S.l.n.d. [colophon Venezia, 1507 - in folio, ccnn 16, cc 280, ccnn 10 (manca l'ultima bianca), solida leg. ottocentesca m. perg. con fregi oro e tass. in pelle al d. Gr. capilett. in legno. Pregevole edizione della celebre opera di Plinio con il commento dello scienziato Alessandro Benedetti originario di Legnago di Verona (1450?-1512). Importante anche per la storia dell'editoria, come una delle prime edizioni pubblicate dagli editori Rossi, tipografi vercellesi attivi a Venezia. BMSTC p. 526. € x libris. Prime 4 cc mal impaginate. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini. [006]

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      - GVK (5 copies); VD17 23:645678U (1 copy); Wellcome 1035. Reissue of the first edition of a richly illustrated work on all aspects of waterworks and hydraulics, with illustrations by Jacobus de Strada (1507-1588). The work was brought to the attention of the publisher by his son Octavius de Strada (1550-1612) and first published posthumously in 1617. De Strada was active in many fields: he worked as an architect, painter, art collector, author, publisher, etc., and, judging from the present work, was technically gifted. He gives clear expositions on pumping engines, watermills and all sorts of water-powered machines, accompanied by short descriptions and an introduction by the German architect and mathematician Benjamin Bramer (1588-1652). Due to its delayed publication, some of De Strada's designs were not as innovative as they were when he wrote. De Strada's designs nevertheless appear to be unique and independent of those by his contemporary, the Italian engineer Augostino Ramelli (1531-1610), who published around 100 designs of water-pumping machines in his Le diverse et artificiose machine., 1588.Some occasional leaves and plates slightly browned, plates with only a few small spots and some occasional marginal thumbing, a few plates with water stains. Binding rebacked, as noted, sides with only a few small spots, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Historiae naturalis Libri XXXVII ab Alexandro Benedicto ve. physico emendatio res redditi....

      Venice: J. Rubeus und B. Vercellensis, 1507. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 16 January 1507. Folio (295 x 195 mm). [16], 280 leaves, lacking the final blank only. Signatures: aa-bb8 a-z8 &8 A-L8 M10 (-M10). Printer and date from colophon: ". . .per Ioannem rubeum & Bernardinum fratresque Vercellenses ... 1507. die. xvi. Ianuarii". Numerous 4- to 12-line floral and figurative woodcut initials in text. Early 17th-century vellum over pasteboards, spine neatly lettered and decorated in black ink (boards soiled and rubbed, corners bumped and scuffed), blue-coloured edges. Text with faint waterstain the upper margin, a few occasional brown spots, little browning and soiling to first and final leaves, otherwise quite crisp and clean. Contemporary ink annotations in places, lower blank corner of leaf p1 torn, q4 with small holes affecting a few letters of text, burn hole in blank fore-margin of r3. Provenance: Contemporary ownership inscription to top title page almost entirely faded, printed paper label to pastedown 'Si vende in Verona, presso Michelang. Fumanelli, librajo alle Arche n. 1158, dove si trova un assortimento di Libri Scolastici ed altra sorte a prezzi vantaggiosi'. Beautiful copy. ----Graesse VI, p.338; NLM/Durling 3686; STC 526; Schweiger II, p. 784. - Beautiful and uncommon edition, edited by Alessandro Benedetti and printed by the Rosso brothers. This edition prepared according to handwritten sources, and with special consideration of Dioscorides and Hermolus Barbarus, the more important as edited by Alexander Benedictus, a physician who rendered outstanding services to the science of medicine (cf. Choulant, Handb. p.189). In his great encyclopaedia, the Historia naturalis, being the first comprehensive examination of the natural sciences and the arts, Pliny set forth by his own count 20,000 facts compiled from 2,000 different works, all of which he scrupulously cited in his remarkably thorough indices. The 36 books of this vast compilation, the only extant work of more than 100 said to have been composed by Pliny, cover cosmology, mathematics, geography, medicine, zoology, agriculture, botany, history, philosophy, anthropology, mineralogy, and the arts and literature. When Pliny died at the age of 56 while observing the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, the work was still unfinished. The importance of the Historia naturalis for the study of ancient art has somewhat been overshadowed by its renown as the first encyclopaedia of natural history. In fact, the Historia remains a principal source of information on the development of sculpture and painting and the techniques of metalworking and silversmithing in antiquity, topics covered in the last four books. Together with Vitruvius' De architectura, Pliny's work is one of few extant testimonies to the flowering of art criticism and art historical study in the Roman period. Very Good....

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        Hore beate virginis Marie secundum usum Romanum totaliter ad longum.

      Paris, Jean Barbier pour Guillaume Eustache, 1507. ____ Très rare édition, imprimée sur peau de vélin, dans une fraîche reliure du XVIe siècle et d'un format peu commun. Ces "heures" sont illustrées de 17 bois gravés, tous mis en couleurs et dorés à l'époque. Impression en noir et rouge, caractères gothiques, marque gravée de Guillaume Eustache sur le titre. Almanach pour les années 1507 à 1520. Au colophon : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq cens et sept. Par iehan Barbier imprimeur demoura[n]t a Paris en la rue sai[n]t Jaques [sic] Pour Guillaume eustace, demoura[n]t en la grant salle du palais au troisieme pillier." Un seul autre exemplaire est connu de cette édition (Huntington Library). Elle est inconnue de toutes les bibliographies : Bohatta, Lacombe, Brunet, Praet, Ales. ***** Very rare edition, printed on vellum, in a very handsome 16th century binding, of an unusual size. Illustrated by 10 large and 7 small hand-colored woodcuts, within gold frames. The initials and other ornaments are illuminated. Printed in black and red, in gothic type, Eustace's device above imprint. Almanac for 1507-1520, on title page verso. Colophon reads : "Les prese[n]tes heures a lusaige de Rome tout au long sans requerir furent acheuees le xi iour de Auril Lan mil cinq cens et sept. Par iehan Barbier imprimeur demoura[n]t a Paris en la rue sai[n]t Jaques [sic] Pour Guillaume eustace, demoura[n]t en la grant salle du palais au troisieme pillier." The only other known copy is at the Huntington Library. Not cited in Bohatta, Lacombe, Brunet, Praet, Ales. In-8 allongé. [135 x 60 mm] Collation : (96) ff. Maroquin fauve, double filet doré, dos orné de fleurs de lis et de filets, avec croisillons à froid en tête et queue, tranches dorées (Reliure du XVIe siècle).

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        Historiae naturalis Libri XXXVII ab Alexandro Benedicto ve. physico emendatio res redditi....

      Venice: J. Rubeus und B. Vercellensis, 1507. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 16 January 1507. Folio (295 x 195 mm). [16], 280 leaves, lacking the final blank only. Signatures: aa-bb8 a-z8 &8 A-L8 M10 (-M10). Printer and date from colophon: ". . .per Ioannem rubeum & Bernardinum fratresque Vercellenses ... 1507. die. xvi. Ianuarii". Numerous 4- to 12-line floral and figurative woodcut initials in text. Early 17th-century vellum over pasteboards, spine neatly lettered and decorated in black ink (boards soiled and rubbed, corners bumped and scuffed), blue-coloured edges. Text with faint waterstain the upper margin, a few occasional brown spots, little browning and soiling to first and final leaves, otherwise quite crisp and clean. Contemporary ink annotations in places, lower blank corner of leaf p1 torn, q4 with small holes affecting a few letters of text, burn hole in blank fore-margin of r3. Provenance: Contemporary ownership inscription to top title page almost entirely faded, printed paper label to pastedown 'Si vende in Verona, presso Michelang. Fumanelli, librajo alle Arche n. 1158, dove si trova un assortimento di Libri Scolastici ed altra sorte a prezzi vantaggiosi'. Beautiful copy. ----Graesse VI, p.338; NLM/Durling 3686; STC 526; Schweiger II, p. 784. - Beautiful and uncommon edition, edited by Alessandro Benedetti and printed by the Rosso brothers. This edition prepared according to handwritten sources, and with special consideration of Dioscorides and Hermolus Barbarus, the more important as edited by Alexander Benedictus, a physician who rendered outstanding services to the science of medicine (cf. Choulant, Handb. p.189). In his great encyclopaedia, the Historia naturalis, being the first comprehensive examination of the natural sciences and the arts, Pliny set forth by his own count 20,000 facts compiled from 2,000 different works, all of which he scrupulously cited in his remarkably thorough indices. The 36 books of this vast compilation, the only extant work of more than 100 said to have been composed by Pliny, cover cosmology, mathematics, geography, medicine, zoology, agriculture, botany, history, philosophy, anthropology, mineralogy, and the arts and literature. When Pliny died at the age of 56 while observing the eruption of Mt. Vesuvius, the work was still unfinished. The importance of the Historia naturalis for the study of ancient art has somewhat been overshadowed by its renown as the first encyclopaedia of natural history. In fact, the Historia remains a principal source of information on the development of sculpture and painting and the techniques of metalworking and silversmithing in antiquity, topics covered in the last four books. Together with Vitruvius' De architectura, Pliny's work is one of few extant testimonies to the flowering of art criticism and art historical study in the Roman period. Very Good....

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        Geschichte der Bischöfe von Regensburg.

      VIII, 655 / 584 / 653 S. 21 cm, HLn der Zeit mit Rückenvergoldung, außen wie innen völlig frisch, mit geringfügigen Gebrauchsspuren, sehr guter Zustand. Einzige Ausgabe Sehr selten. - LThK VIII, 717 Lentner 2295. - Umfassende Chronik der Regensburger Bischöfe bis zum Jahr 1507. Mit gedruckter Widmung für Bischof Ignatius von Senestrey (1818-1906) - Zur Bistumsgründung beginnt 739 mit Gaubald (ca. 700-761), dem ersten Bischof des Bistums Regensburg, eine geschlossene Bischofsreihe. Bis 975 waren die Bischöfe zugleich als Abtbischöfe Vorsteher des Klosters Sankt Emmeram, erst der Hl. Wolfgang trennte mit der Einsetzung eines eigenen Abtes (Ramwold) Bischofs- und Abtwürde voneinander. Im Spätmittelalter gingen die Regensburger Bischöfe häufig aus bayerischen Adelsgeschlechtern hervor. Phasenweise dominierten auch die benachbarten bayerischen Herzöge und Pfalzgrafen aus dem Hause Wittelsbach. Nach der Säkularisation stand die Bischofswürde auch bürgerlichen Geistlichen offen, diesen sprach man in einer Übergangsphase in Bayern den Personaladel zu. -- Ferdinand Janner (geb. 1836 in Hirschau gest. 1895 in Regensburg) war ein deutscher römisch-katholischer Theologe und Pädagoge. Nach seiner Schulzeit in Amberg studierte er Katholische Theologie in Würzburg und wechselte später nach Regensburg, wo er 1858 zum Priester geweiht wurde. Wieder zurück in Würzburg wurde Janner zum Doctor Theologiae promoviert und wirkte anschließend bis 1863 als Kaplan in Weiden, ehe er zum Präfekten an das Priesterseminar in Regensburg berufen wurde. 1865 wurde er zum Professor für Religion und Geschichte ernannt und ging - nach einem kurzen Zwischenspiel am Gymnasium in Speyer - 1867 an das Königl. Lyceum Regensburg, wo er Kirchengeschichte, christliche Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte unterrichtete. 1888 legte Janner alle seine Ämter nieder und zog sich aus dem öffentlichen Leben zurück. Im Alter von 58 Jahren starb er am 1. November 1895 in Regensburg und fand dort auch seine letzte Ruhestätte. - Beiliegend: Kommentierte hanschriftl. Liste (2 Bl.) der Bischöfe von Regensburg bis 1927 (endend mit Bischof Michael Buchberger).

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        Epitome thesauri antiquitatum, hoc est, Impp. Rom. orientalium & occidentalium iconum, ex antiquis numismatibus quam fidelissime delineatarum.

      8. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel, einer figuralen Holzschn.-Initiale u. 485 schwarzgrundigen Medaillonholzschnitten im Text (davon 390 mit Portraits). 16 Bll., 335 S., 20 Bll., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. m. durchzogenen Bünden u. überstehenden Kanten, vollständig sauber mit Papier überzogen u. mit rotem goldgepr. Rückenschild sowie dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erste Zürcher Ausgabe, zugleich erste Ausgabe im deutschsprachigen Raum. - Stradas (1507-1588) bedeutendes numismatisches Werk verzeichnet die Herrscher des ost- und weströmischen Reiches von der Antike bis zu Kaiser Karl V. Die Medaillonportraits zeigen die Herrscher sowie ihre Frauen und Verwandten. Als Vorlage dienten Münzen und Medaillen aus Stradas eigener Sammlung. Sie lehnen sich an die Medaillenbildnisse der Lyonerausgabe, die Bernard Salomon zeichnete, an und sind, wohl von Rudolf Wyßenbach, neu geschaffen worden (Leemann/van Elck, Zürcher Buchillustration, 82). Für Herrscher, zu denen kein Portrait auffindbar war, stehen leere Umrahmungen mit dem entsprechenden Namenszug als Platzhalter. Die Illustrationen sind wesentlich lebhafter und kraftvoller als jene der Erstausgabe (Lyon, 1553). - Einband etw. berieben u. mit wenigen kl. Wurmspuren. Papierbezug an den Rückenkanten tlw. etw. abgesplittert. Titel m. alt gestrichenem Namenszug. Schwach gebräunt u. stock- bzw. fingerfleckig. - VD16, S 9364 Adams S 1917 BM STC, German Books 835 Lipsius/L. 383 vgl. Cicognara 3018 u. Kat. d. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 4235.

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        Li cinque ordini di Archtettura. Con una ragionamento alli archteti. Di Ottaviano Ridolfi. Intorno alle perfettine di tutti gli cinque ordeni di detta Archtettura. Con la nuova agiunta die Michiel BonoRota.

      39,5 x 29 cm. Halbleder des 19.Jahrhunderts. Giacomo (or Jacopo) Barozzi (or Barocchio) da Vignola (often simply called Vignola) (1 October 1507 7 July 1573) was one of the great Italian architects of 16th century Mannerism. His two great masterpieces are the Villa Farnese at Caprarola and the Jesuits' Church of the Gesù in Rome. The three architects who spread the Italian Renaissance style throughout Western Europe are Vignola, Serlio and Palladio. --- Fowler 363, Undatierter Neudruck der Ausgabe 1603 mit der Ziffer "1259" unterhalb des Portäts. Mit gestochenen Titel mit Porträt und 42 Kupfertafeln. Spätere Ausgabe der Säulenordnung mit dem Anhang von Portalen nach Michelangelo, dazu noch zwei Tafeln von G. Dolivar der Bernini-Altäre. Teilweise fleckig und fingerfleckig, vereinzelte Wasserränder und Braunflecken, wenige Tafeln knapp beschnitten. Vereinzelt Bleistiftanmerkungen, 1 Tafel mit Wurmspuren im Bund. Vorsatz mit großem Namenszug. -------A reprint of the 1603 edition. With engraved titel an 42 engraved plates. Spotting and thumbing, water - and brownstaining in places, few plates slightly trimmed, few pencil annotations, some worming to inner margin of one plate, large name om fly-leaf. 19th century half-calf, spine rubbed and restored.

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        Epitome du Thresor des antiquitez. C'est à dire, Pourtraits des vrayes Medailles des EMPP. (Empereurs) tant d'Orient que d'Occident. De l'estude de Jaques de Strada Mantuan Antiquaire. Traduit par Jean Louveau d'Orleans.

      Gross-8" (23 x 15 cm). 12 Blätter, 394 S. mit zahlreichen Münz-Abbildungen, 15 Blätter Register. Späterer Ledereinband mit Lesebändchen, Rückenschild, Rückengoldprägung und Goldfileten sowie marmorierten Vorsätzen. Ränder nur teils leicht braunfleckig. Einband leicht abgegriffen bzw. teils ein wenig berieben, Ecken etwas angestossen. Geschichte der Kaiser des ost- und weströmischen Reiches von Julius Cäsar bis zu Kaiser Karl V. (und teils ihrer Frauen und Familienmitglieder) anhand ihrer Darstellung auf Münzen bzw. Medaillen aus der Sammlung Stradas. Für Herrscher, zu denen kein Porträt auffindbar war, stehen leere Umrahmungen mit dem entsprechenden Namenszug als Platzhalter. - Die lateinische Originalausgabe erschien unter dem Titel: Epitome thesauri antiquitatum, hoc est impp. Rom. orientalium et occidentalium iconum, ex antiquis numismatibus quàm fidelissime deliniatarum. - Jacopo de Strada (geboren 1507 in Mantua (Italien), starb 1588 in Prag), war Baumeister, Maler, Antiquar, Münzforscher und Schriftsteller. Ab 1557 als Kunstsachverständiger in Wien für Ferdinand I., Maximilian II. und in Prag für Rudolf II tätig. Sein Porträt, gemalt von Tizian um 1567/68 befindet sich im Kunsthistorischen Museum in Wien. - Graesse VI/1.507 - Brunet V.557 - Versandkosten innerhalb Deutschlands EUR 5,00 (versicherter Versand)

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        Das Fest-Epistolar Friedrichs des Weisen. Handschrift Ms. El. F. 2 aus dem Bestand der Universitätsbibliothek Jena. Herausgegeben von Rainer Behrends. Kommentare von Irmgard Kratzsch und Rainer Behrends. Exemplar der Vorzugsausgabe.

      2 (ca. 37 x 26,5 cm). Kommentarband mit 100 Textseiten u. 56 Abbildungen auf Tafeln sowie 38 farbige Faksimile-Blätter, teils mit Miniaturen, Initialen und Rankenschmuck. Samtbezogener Holzdeckeleinband mit 1 farbigen Miniatur unter Glas, 4 Wappen-Medaillons aus Metall, 4 erhaben gestalteten Metall-Medaillons, verzierten Eckbeschlägen, 2 verzierten Schliessen sowie 5 Standknubben auf dem hinteren Deckel. Kommentarband in Pappe mit Deckelvignette u. Titel-Rückenprägung. Beide Bände in samtgefütterter Pappschatulle mit Deckeltitel, diese an einer Ecke gestaucht, Deckelkante dort angeplatzt. Schatulle nur teils leicht angestaubt, befindet sich in einem weiteren Karton, dieser etwas gebräunt. Nummer 463 von 800 Exemplaren der einmaligen Ausgabe, davon 250 der Vorzugsausgabe in vollständiger Replizierung des Einbandes und Faksimilierung der Handschrift - Vermutlich hat Friedrich der Weise das Fest-Epistolar für den liturgischen Gebrauch in einer Kirche gestiftet. Es ist wohl im Zeitraum zwischen 1507 und 1509 in der Werkstatt des Jacob Elsner (gest. 1517) in Nürnberg geschaffen worden und wurde wahrscheinlich an Allerheiligen 1509 in Benutzung genommen. Die Handschrift ist in gotischer Buchschrift geschrieben und enthält drei ganzseitige Miniaturen: das sächsische Kurwappen, das sächsische Gesamtwappen sowie die Beweinung Christi. Außerdem sind mit zum Teil figürlichem Rankenwerk und Miniaturen geschmückte Textseiten vorhanden, die restlichen Seiten enthalten das gleiche Linienschema wie die Schriftseiten, sind jedoch unbeschrieben geblieben. - SW: Buchmalerei, alte Handschriften, Manuskripte Friedrich III. (der Weise), Kurfürst von Sachsen (1463-1525), Gründer der Universität Wittenberg, Unterstützer der Reformation, Lucas Cranach, Martin Luther

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        Quintus Curtius [De rebus gestis Alexandri magni regis macedonum lib. III-X]

      Opera et impensa Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae florentini, 1507. In 16 (cm 11 x 16,5), carte (6) + (2) bianche + (158) + (2) bianche. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena coeva con nervi al dorso. Annotazioni antiche di possesso al frontespizio. Carte numerate a mano da ex possessore. Edizione originale stampata da Giunti della Storia di Alessandro Magno di Quinto Curzio Rufo e curata da Luca Della Robbia, come si legge nell'introduzione. L'opera, divisa in 10 libri, e' giunta mutila dei primi due. Poco si sa dell'Autore. Secondo Niebuhr, Quinto Curzio fu contemporaneo dell'imperatore Settimio Severo che mori' nel 211. Quintiliano cita Quinto Curzio ma non sembra si tratti dello stesso scrittore. La prima edizione dell'opera dello scrittore sembra sia stata pubblicata a Roma nel 1470. Fra quella romana e questa di Giunta del 1507 ne vennero pubblicate altre: a Milano, (presso Zarotus) nel 1481, a Verona nel 1491, a Venezia nel 1494 cui segui' quella del 1502. In tutte queste edizioni i primi due libri sono mancanti. ITA

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        Autograph receipt signed. Aitingen near Augsburg (Bavaria), 17. XI. 1507.

      1507. Oblong 8vo. 1 p. Confirms the payment of 20 Rheinland Guilders to Dionysius Braun, accountant of the Roman Emperor Maximilian I. - Left margin with some tiny holes from old threading in a book of receipts.

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        Künstliche Abriss allerhandt Wasserkünsten auch Wind- Ross- Handt- unnnd Wasser-Mühlen, beneben schönen und nutzlichen Pompen, und andern Machinen, damit das Wasser in die höhe zu erheben, auch lustige Brunnen dergleichen vor diesem nie gesehen worden.Frankfurt am Main, Gerhardo Grevenbruch, 1618. 2 parts in 1 volume. Small folio (29.5 x 18.5 cm). With 2 engraved title-pages by Matthias Merian, 2 large engraved coats of arms and 100 double-page plates. Contemporary vellum, rebacked.

      GVK (5 copies); VD17 23:645678U (1 copy); Wellcome 1035. Reissue of the first edition of a richly illustrated work on all aspects of water techniques and hydraulics, with illustrations by Jacobus de Strada (1507-1588). The work was brought to the attention of the publisher by his son Octavius de Strada (1550-1612) and first published posthumously in 1617. De Strada was active in many fields: he worked as an architect, painter, art collector, author, publisher, etc, and, judging from the present work, was technically gifted. He gives a clear exposition of pumping engines, watermills and all sorts of water-powered machines, accompanied by short descriptions and an introduction by the German architect and mathematician Benjamin Bramer (1588-1652). Due to its delay in publication, some of De Strada's designs lost its innovativeness. Nevertheless, De Strada's designs appear to be unique and independent of those by his contemporary, the Italian engineer Augostino Ramelli (1531-1610), who published around 100 designs of water-raising machines in his Le diverse et artificiose machine..., 1588.Some occasional leaves and plates slightly browned, plates with only a few small spots and some occasional marginal thumbing, a few plates with waterstains. Binding rebacked, as noted, sides with only a few small spots, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Linstruction des curez pour instruire le simple peuple. Il est enjoinct a tous les curez, vicaires, maistres des escolles, dospitaulx et aultres pour tout levesche du Mans davoir avec eulx ce presnt livre et en lire souvent. Et y a grans pardons en ce faisant.

      Paris 1507 ca In-8 gothique (180 x 110 mm) de LXXX ff., maroquin vert janséniste, dos à nerfs, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (Duru). Le premier catéchisme diocésain destiné aux fidèles du Mans.Proposé dès 1508 sous la forme d'un petit livre publié à Paris par François de Luxembourg (évêque du Mans de 1507 à 1509), L'Instruction des curez pour instruire le simple peuple... par tout levesche du Mans reproduit l'Opus tripartitum de Jean Gerson en latin suivi de la version française dont l'édition princeps fut imprimée à Paris en 1507 puis distribuée aux différents diocèses avec les mandements des évêques respectifs. Le traité de Gerson est suivi d'un petit opuscule qui a pour titre Le Livre de Jésus. Chaque chapitre est en latin d'abord, puis en français. « Le volume publié à Paris par François de Luxembourg est un véritable catéchisme, dans le sens où nous l'entendons, quoique sous une forme un peu différente. S'il ne procède pas encore par interrogations et réponses, il est cependant destiné à être fixé dans les mémoires, et dans ses moindres détails. C'est une publication vraiment populaire, une édition de propagande. (...) C'est la première lettre pastorale des évêques du Mans que l'on connaisse, comme l'ouvrage lui-même est le premier livre français imprimé pour le diocèse. » [A. Angot, Le catéchisme au diocèse du Mans depuis 1508 : étude historique et bibliographique, Le Mans, 1886] A la fin du mandement de l'évêque François de Luxembourg est inscrit (verso du feuillet VI) : Fait a paris le X jour de Mars lan de grace mil cinq centz et sept. Lettrines et bois gravé (50 x 55 mm) sur le titre dans un double encadrement représentant la victoire de l'évêque sur le dragon enchaîné. Petite galerie de ver sur le caisson de tête. Un seul exemplaire au Catalogue Collectif de France (Bibliothèque du Mans) - Provenance : Catalogue de la Bibliothèque de M. N. Yemeniz, 1867, n°329 ; ex-libris couronné de la maison de Montesson avec la devise Rallye au Roy. Exemplaire cité par Brunet (Supplément, I, 681) et Bechtel (p. 318, G-97).

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        BEATRIZET, Nicolas.( Beatricetto ). Lunéville 1507 - Roma 1560. Allegoria del Nilo. "Veterum Monumentorum Studiose lector...haec omnia tibi Ant. Lafreri aenea tabula...".

      1507. Bulino, misure: 33,0x56,0. Grandiosa e ricca incisione, priva di margini, con restauri e tracce d'uso, controfondata. Molto decorativa. Primo stato su tre prima degli indirizzi di Orlando e Van Schoels. Huelsen, 61.- Bartsch 29 - 95.

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        Omnia opera Mancinelli. (Band 1 von 9).

      - Venedig, J. Tacuinus, 5. August 1507. 48 nn. Bl. mit 2 figürl. Holzschnitt-Initialen. Alter Pergament (etwas fleckig, Vorsätze erneuert). Der italienische Humanist und Pädagoge Antonio Mancinelli (1452-1506) gehörte zum Kreis der römischen Akademie um Pomponius Laetus (vgl. Jöcher III, 95). Seine Werkausgabe ist noch ganz im Inkunabel-Stil ohne eigenes Titelblatt gedruckt. Nur der vorliegende erste Band ist als Werkausgabe bezeichnet. Unmittelbar unter dem Kopftitel "Omnia opera" folgt eine 1504 datierte kurze Vorrede Mancinellis ("Ad lectorem. Quae olim ca(n)dide lector Adolesce(n)s: Iuvenisve edidera(m) .") mit einem Verzeichnis seiner Schriften. Der Band selbst enthält: Donati melioris secunda editio; Catonis carmen de moribus; De arte libellus; Catonis commentum.- Alle nachfolgenden Bände erschienen als selbständige Einzelbände ohne Hinweis auf die Werkausgabe. - Seltene Postinkunabel; nicht im BM STC und bei Adams. - Im unteren Drittel durchgehend wasserrandig, stellenw. auch braunfleckig. Teilw. mit Wurmspuren im Bund u. einzelnen kl. Wurmgängen im Text.

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        Preclarissimum atque divinum opus quod Gemma predicantium nuncupatur, cunctis Verbi Dei declamatoribus perutile ac necessarium, compositum atque collectum per reverendum patrem magistrum Nicholaum Deniise.

      Rouen Martin Morin 1507 ca Petit in-8 gothique (10 x 16 cm) à 2 colonnes de (16)-232 ff. mal chiffrés ccxxxiii (cahiers +8, A-X8, aa-hh8), erreurs de pagination sans manque, veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Edition post-incunable rouennaise, la première dans ce format presqu'aussi rare que l'originale. Belle et rare impression normande en caractères gothiques du premier XVIe siècle. Le Gemma predicantium ou recueil des homélies du moine cordelier rouennais Nicolas Denisse ou Denyse mort en 1509, fut imprimé une première fois au format in-quarto vers 1505-1506 par Martin Morin puis dans un format plus petit vers 1507 - datation établie selon « l'état de la marque postérieure au 15 février 1507 » (Valérie Neveu). Marque de l'imprimeur sur le titre encadrée par la devise Imprime A Rouen Devant Sainct Lo, avec bandeau à droite. Martin Morin (1450-1522) imprima dans sa ville de Rouen entre 1490 et 1518, après avoir fait son apprentissage dans la région rhénane. Signature ancienne à l'encre du temps en fin de table (8e feuillet liminaire). Ex-libris gravé armorié sur le contreplat supérieur, non identifié ; mors et coins restaurés. Collation conforme à Pellechet, 4191 ; Polain, 1257 ; Frère, II, 326 ; Catalogue Charles Lormier, 4565 ; Répertoire bibliographique des Livres imprimés en France au 16e siècle, IL, n°66 ; Catalogues régionaux des incunables des bibliothèques publiques de France, Valérie Neveu, XVII, n°214.

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        HISTORIAE NATURALIS libri XXXVII ab Alexa[n]dro Benedicto Ve. physico emendatiores redditi.

      Ioannes Rubeus & Bernardinus fratesque Vercellenses, 1507]. in folio, ccnn 16, cc 280, ccnn 10 (manca l'ultima bianca), solida leg. ottocentesca m. perg. con fregi oro e tass. in pelle al d. Gr. capilett. in legno. Pregevole edizione della celebre opera di Plinio con il commento dello scienziato Alessandro Benedetti originario di Legnago di Verona (1450? - 1512). Importante anche per la storia dell'editoria, come una delle prime edizioni pubblicate dagli editori Rossi, tipografi vercellesi attivi a Venezia. BMSTC p. 526. Ex libris. Prime 4 cc mal impaginate. Belliss. esempl. a larghi margini. [006]

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        Decachordum Christianum. Iulio II Pont. Max. Dicatum. (In fine, foglio F10 verso, colophon:) ''Quod Hieronymus Soncinus in Urbe Fani his caracteribus impressit diw X Augusti M.D.VII. (Fano, G. Soncino, 10 VIII 1507)

      Soncino, 1507. in - folio, ff. (8, di cui l'ultimo bianco), CCXLVI, (16), car. romano su 38 linee per pag., bella leg. del primo Settecento in p. pergam., bordura floreale impressa in oro ai piatti, ricchi fregi al dorso liscio, tagli marmorizz. Titolo con stemma cardinalizio inquadrato da ricca bordura rinascimentale su fondo nero; 10 illustrazioni a piena pagina, entro larga bordura decorata, riguardanti temi della vita di Cristo, 33 vignette (mm 52x52), di cui 6 ripetute, su fondo criblé. Prima edizione dedicata a papa Giulio II, di cui si riportano le armi al tit., del trattato ascetico di Marco Vigerio (1446 - 1516), cardinale e protettore dell'ordine dei Francescani dal 1505. Il Decacordo cristiano è il più famoso libro che Soncino abbia mai pubblicato ed è considerato uno dei più bei figurati italiani della prima metà del Cinquecento. Le bellissime illustrazioni a piena pagina sembrerebbero essere, secondo gli ultimi studi, incisioni su metallo; le figure più piccole, che simboleggiano i 33 anni della vita di Cristo, sono invece incise in legno. La parte iconografica del libro è opera di un solo artista ancora anonimo, nonostante la grande tavola della Natività sia firmata "L" e quella della Pentecoste rechi due grandi lettere "F" e "V". Alcuni studiosi (Passavant, Fumagalli) avevano erroneamente attribuito le iniziali a Florio Valvassore, attivo solo più tardi. Essling invece interpreta "F" e "V" come Fano Urbe, mentre la "L" sarebbe l'iniziale del misterioso artista; Sander avvicina le incisioni alla scuola di Giovanni Bellini. Le illustrazioni, di elevata qualità artistica, vennero riutilizzate anche in altre edizioni: l'incisione raffigurante la Natività fu usata da Giunta nel 1511 per una Bibbia e copiata una seconda volta da Jacques Sacon nel 1516. Il presente è l'ultimo libro stampato a Fano dal Soncino, città in cui era attivo dal 1501, prima del suo trasferimento a Pesaro. Magnifico volume, capolavoro della tipografia soncinate. Ottimo esempl. a grandi margini.

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        Chronica delle Vite de Pontefici et Imperatori romani composta per Francesco Petrarcha alla quale sono state aggiunte quelle che da tempi del Petrarcha insino alla eta nostra mancavano. (In fine:) In Venetia, per Mastro Iacomo de Pinci da Lecco, MDVII (1507) adi III di Decembre.

      Pinci da Lecco, 1507. in - 4, ff. XC, (2, l'ultimo è bianco), bel carattere tondo. Leg. ottocentesca mezza pelle ed angoli, dorso a nervi con titolo in oro. Con due belle iniziali istoriate. Pregevole e rara edizione (prima 1478) di questa raccolta di vite di imperatori e pontefici ampliata rispetto all'originale, che terminava al 1371 (f. LXXXI verso), sino a Pio III nel 1503. L'opera è ritenuta apocrifa di Petrarca, o traduzione da un originale latino di Donato Albanzani da Pratovecchio. Si segnala un importante passaggio nella vita di Innocenzo VIII (f. 88r), cronaca dell'anno 1483, con riferimento alla scoperta dell'America: "Fu anchora da questi re mandato Cristoforo Colombo corsale di natione genovesee ad cercare terre nuove in mare: il quale di poi navicando molte terre agli antichi ignote discoperse..". Esemplare molto marginoso con alcune postille marginali di mano coeva, di notevole interesse. Assai raro.

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        Opus Aureum ornatum omni lapide precioso singulare novissime editum evangeliis totius anni secundum usum Roamane Curie et ordinis fratrum predicatorum (In fine, f. R3 r., colophon:) ''die 2 mensis augusti 1507 in alma e vetustissima civitate Thaurini''), Torino, (Franc. de Silva), 1507

      De Silva Franc. ?, 1507. 2 parti in un vol. in - folio, ff. (4), CCVIII; CXXXI, (1 bianco), testo in carattere romano su due colonne, titolo a stampa rossa, grandi e piccole lettere iniziali ornate su forndo nero. Pregevole legatura torinese del tempo in p. pelle interamente decorata a secco sui piatti e al dorso con disegni geom. e fregi floreali (alcuni lievi abili restauri). Precedeono il testo versi di Domenico Macaneo e di Giovanni Tommaso Sertorio in onore dell'opera e una lettera dedicatoria dell'autore al vescovo di Torino Ludovico della Rovere. Prima edizione, probabilmente unica, di quest'esegesi del Vangelo di tutto l'anno liturgico, con l'interpretazione di oltre ottomila "dubbi" spiegati secondo il quadruplice senso della sacra scrittura: "hystorice, allegorice, tropologice, anagogice". Cinquecentina torinese assai rara. Ottimo esemplare nella sua bella legatura coeva (antiche firme di possesso sul f. di titolo).

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        Postille maiores in epistolas et evangelia per totius anni decursum .].

      Jakob von Pforzheim . -, Basel 1507 - Zeitgenöss. Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blindprägung und 2 Messingschließen. 4to. 3 (st. 4) nn., 391 röm. num., 8 nn. Bll. - Spätere Ausgabe, erstmals 1473 erschienen. Verfasser der im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert sehr geschätzten Postille ist der Pariser Bischof Guilelmus. Der gelehrte Dominikaner befaßte sich u. a. mit Quellentexten des Augustus, Hieronymus und Thomas von Aquin (vgl. ausführl. GW X, 426ff. zur Verfasserfrage und Überlieferung). - Schöner und überwieg. sauberer Scholiendruck auf festem Papier. - Fehlt das Titelbl. - Ca. 40 Bll. mit schmalem Wasserrand, vereinz. gering fleckig, mit Einträgen und Wappenzeichnung auf dem hint. Innendeckel (dat. 1604, Wappen wdh. auf dem ersten Bl.), letztes Bl. mit Besitz- und Kaufvermerk von 1509. Einbd. tls. etw. fleckig, wenige Wurmlöcher, Ecken tls. mit Bezugsdefekt, unt. bewegl. Schließenteil entfernt, Innengelenke leicht gelockert.VD 16, E 4371. - Nicht im BM STC und bei Adams. 1600 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Questiones disputate sancti Thome de Aquino ordinis predicator. De Potentia Dei. De anione verbi. De spualibus. De anima. De virtutibus. De malo

      Martini Flach (Martin Floch), 1507. - Martini Flach (Martin Floch), Impresse Argentine (Strasbourg) 1507, in - folio (20.5x29.5cm), (52) Fo CCCXXXI (2), relié. - Rara edizione del gotico questiones Disputate. Una copia avvistato in inglese cataloghi Cattedrale Biblioteca, nulla nella Biblioteca Nazionale di Francia e di altri cataloghi francesi. Un'edizione delle stesse Questiones presenti nell'editor al momento del 1500 alla British Library. Indicazioni editoriali nel colophon. Primo foglio con il titolo. Stampa di due colonne con 53 righe per la pelle colonne.Demi dorato antico più di tavole di legno, cieco - stampato sulla gli appartamenti di fiori e foglie. Titolo penna grigio. Montaggio delle parti sulla copertura superiore. Schede di legno del piatto inferiore ricostruito identico. Irons coperchio inferiore freddo sono diversi dalla cima piatta, i rotoli sono identici. Piatti tempestati di wormholes, idem per le prime 8 fogli, da scolorimento e scomparire; Idem nell'ultima pagina. Copia raffreddato, 4 fogli (Fo CIX - big strappare fino a due terzi della pagina - Fo CXIII - con poca mancanza di margine destro - Fo CXIX) con una lacrima nel margine superiore, senza spazi. Fo CXLVIII posto prima CXLVII.Les Questiones disputate sono una serie di questioni disputate presso l'Università di Parigi e di Roma su diversi argomenti e in tempi diversi dell'anima, il male, la verità, l'unione del Verbo Incarnato Erano più tardi ... volte e scritto da Tommaso d'Aquino. Alcuni come il De anima e De spiritualibus creaturis ancora non hanno française.Editeur traduzione commentatore: Johann Seiler - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Rare édition gothique de ces Questiones Disputate. Un seul exemplaire repéré dans les catalogues anglais de la Cathedral Library, rien à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France et autres catalogues français. On trouve une édition de ces mêmes Questiones chez cet éditeur à la date de 1500 à la British Library. Indications éditoriales dans le colophon. Premier feuillet avec le titre. Impression sur deux colonnes avec 53  lignes par colonne. Éditeur, commentateur : Johann Seiler.   Reliure en demi peau de truie d'époque sur ais de bois, estampée à froid sur les plats de fleurs et rinceaux. Titre à la plume estompé. Parties de fermoir sur le plat supérieur. Ais de bois du plat inférieur refaits à l'identique. Les fers à froid du plat inférieur sont différents du plat supérieur, les rinceaux sont identiques. Plats constellés de trous de vers, idem sur les huit premiers feuillets, allant s'estompant, puis disparaissant ; idem sur le dernier feuillet. Quatre feuillets (Fo cix - grande déchirure allant jusqu'au deux tiers de la page - Fo cxiii - avec petit manque en marge droite - Fo cxix) comportant une déchirure en marge haute, sans manque. Fo cxlviii placé avant le cxlvii. Exemplaire bien frais.    Les Questiones disputate sont un ensemble de questions disputées à l'université de Paris et de Rome à des dates différentes sur divers sujets : l'âme, le mal, la vérité, l'union du verbe incarné... Elles furent plus tard reprises et rédigées par Thomas d'Aquin. Certaines comme De anima ou De spiritualibus creaturis n'ont toujours pas de traduction française.

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        Diodorus Siculus. [Operum lib. vi. priores, Latine Poggio interprete.].

      [Paris: {pr. by Jean Marchant for} Jean Petit 4to. 123, [6] ff.. ca. 1507] [bound with] Justinus, Marcus Junianus. Justini historia ex Trogo Pompeio quattor & triginta epithomatis collecta; acc. Lucius Florus et Sextus Rufus. [Paris]: De Marnef, [ca. 1507]. 4to. A8B4C6a?y8.4z6&4; [18], 140 ff. Diodorus, according to the Oxford Companion to Classical Literature, "is one of the sources of our knowledge of the legends of mythology." His 40-book Bibliotheke Historike, with its accounts of the mythic origins of Hellenes, Greeks, and Egyptians, helps document the derivations of the Greek and Roman gods and also preserves fragments of the sources he consulted. Only 15 intact books of this history of the world were known at the beginning of the 16th century; the noted Renaissance scholar Poggio Bracciolini provided this translation of the first six from the original Greek for Nicholas V. (Books 16 and 17 were to be discovered in 1517.) Diodorus's work is here accompanied by Justinus's abridged version of Trogus Pompeius's history. Both books feature striking capitals and title-page devices. The typography of the first book is Jean Marchant's, done for Jean Petit whose lion-and-leopard device is prominently displayed. The second book's device shows initials of two of the three de Marnef brothers (E and G) beneath a pelican in her piety. This second book collates exactly like the Jean Petit edition of Justinus, printed sometime after December of 1507, and appears to differ from it solely in its title-page, probably reset only for insertion of the de Marnef device. => While one copy of Diodorus bound with Petit's Justinus was found at Harvard, no record of the apparently extremely scarce de Marnef variant could be located. Binding: 17th-century English calf, spine with raised bands and blind ornament in each compartment; covers panelled with gilt fleurons and elaborate front and back gilt floral center motifs, each worked with a minute "WE" and front device impressed upside-down; all edges red. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 3934 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). Binding as above, overall worn and rebacked with original spine laid on; covers abraded and corners rubbed, with careful refurbishment. Pages mostly clean, with slight staining to inner margins from binding supports. => Gilt cover lozenges still bright and the whole safe to be worked or played with.

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        De collationibus & pluralitate ecclesiasticorum beneficiorum. Albertus magnus De adherendo soli Deo.

      1507 - Sanctus Bonuaentura ad fratres mendicantes/quales esse debeant erga prelatos & ecclesiarum rectores. [Strassburg] 1507. Ex Officina Ioannis Knoblouchi. 8, k. 42 nlb., opr.pperg. z epoki. Åšlady zawilg. PostinkunabuÅ‚ zawierajÄ…cy trzy traktaty religijne. Pierwszy Wilhelma z Owernii (1180-1249?) - filozofa, mistrza teologii - jednego z odnowicieli i reformatorów doktryny augustiaÅ„skiej, komentatora dzieÅ‚ Arystotelesa, biskupa Paryża w latach 1228-1249. Drugi traktat „O poÅ‚Ä…czeniu siÄ™ z Bogiem", przypisywany Å›w. Albertowi Wielkiemu, w rzeczywistoÅ›ci jest apokryfem - jego autorem jest Johannes von Kastl (zm. 1426) - filozof i benedyktyn z klasztoru Kastl w biskupstwie Eichstätt, autor dzieÅ‚ dogmatycznych i liturgicznych. Autorem trzeciego dzieÅ‚ka - listu „do braci żebrzÄ…cych" jest Å›w. Bonawentura (1221-1274) - teolog, filozof, doktor koÅ›cioÅ‚a. Rzadkie. POSTINCUNABULA that contains 3 religious treatises. First is by William of Auvergne, second one by Johannes von Kastl, and the third one by St. Bonaventure. Rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chronica delle Vite de Pontefici et Imperatori romani composta per Francesco Petrarcha alla quale sono state aggiunte quelle che da tempi del Petrarcha insino alla eta nostra mancavano.

      (In fine:) In Venetia, per Mastro Iacomo de Pinci da Lecco, MDVII (1507) adi III di Decembre. - in-4, ff. XC, (2, l'ultimo è bianco), bel carattere tondo. Leg. ottocentesca mezza pelle ed angoli, dorso a nervi con titolo in oro. Con due belle iniziali istoriate. Pregevole e rara edizione (prima 1478) di questa raccolta di vite di imperatori e pontefici ampliata rispetto all'originale, che terminava al 1371 (f. LXXXI verso), sino a Pio III nel 1503. L'opera è ritenuta apocrifa di Petrarca, o traduzione da un originale latino di Donato Albanzani da Pratovecchio. Si segnala un importante passaggio nella vita di Innocenzo VIII (f. 88r), cronaca dell'anno 1483, con riferimento alla scoperta dell'America: "Fu anchora da questi re mandato Cristoforo Colombo corsale di natione genovesee ad cercare terre nuove in mare: il quale di poi navicando molte terre agli antichi ignote discoperse.". Esemplare molto marginoso con alcune postille marginali di mano coeva, di notevole interesse. Assai raro. Gamba 757, note. STC 507. . Manca ad Hortis. Harrisse ''bibliotheca Americana'', n. 27 p. 38. Alden I, p.11. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Diodorus Siculus. [Operum lib. vi. priores, Latine Poggio interprete.].

      [Paris: {pr. by Jean Marchant for} Jean Petit 4to. 123, [6] ff.. ca. 1507] [bound with] Justinus, Marcus Junianus. Justini historia ex Trogo Pompeio quattor & triginta epithomatis collecta; acc. Lucius Florus et Sextus Rufus. [Paris]: De Marnef, [ca. 1507]. 4to. A8B4C6a–y8.4z6&4; [18], 140 ff. Diodorus, according to the Oxford Companion to Classical Literature, "is one of the sources of our knowledge of the legends of mythology." His 40-book Bibliotheke Historike, with its accounts of the mythic origins of Hellenes, Greeks, and Egyptians, helps document the derivations of the Greek and Roman gods and also preserves fragments of the sources he consulted. Only 15 intact books of this history of the world were known at the beginning of the 16th century; the noted Renaissance scholar Poggio Bracciolini provided this translation of the first six from the original Greek for Nicholas V. (Books 16 and 17 were to be discovered in 1517.) Diodorus's work is here accompanied by Justinus's abridged version of Trogus Pompeius's history. Both books feature striking capitals and title-page devices. The typography of the first book is Jean Marchant's, done for Jean Petit whose lion-and-leopard device is prominently displayed. The second book's device shows initials of two of the three de Marnef brothers (E and G) beneath a pelican in her piety. This second book collates exactly like the Jean Petit edition of Justinus, printed sometime after December of 1507, and appears to differ from it solely in its title-page, probably reset only for insertion of the de Marnef device. => While one copy of Diodorus bound with Petit's Justinus was found at Harvard, no record of the apparently extremely scarce de Marnef variant could be located. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 3934 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882). 17th-century English calf, panelled, with gilt fleurons and elaborate front and back gilt floral center motifs, each worked with a minute "WE." Overall, showing wear with some leather chipped from spine, covers abraded, and joints starting. Pages mostly clean, with slight staining to inner margins from binding supports. Gilt cover lozenges still bright and the whole safe to be worked or played with.

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