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2020-07-23 05:43:47
HOST, Matthäus (Matthaeus HOSTUS).
[36], 372, [8]; [26], “637” [= 535], [7], [2 blank], [lacking 1-2], 3-716, [86] pp.A collection of works devoted primarily to the ancient Hebrew, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems, numismatics and mensuration, more than half (nominally 3 volumes) comprising the collected works of Matthäus Host (1509-1587), numismatist and professor of Greek philology in Frankfurt an der Oder. After these follow works by Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588) (misattributed to John Selden), Philippe Labbe (1607-1667) and Guillaume Budé (1468-1540). Host published his most important works on the Hebrew and other Middle Eastern, Greek, Roman and Arabic number systems (plus "astronomical" numbers probably taken from Agrippa and Noviomagus), coins and related subjects in the years 1578 to 1582. Budé's De asse is generally regarded as the best Renaissance attempt to determine the values of ancient coins relative to each other and to contemporary money. With bookplates. Lacking a divisional title. With some browning and foxing throughout, a small tear into the text of 1 leaf and in the margin of the first folding table. Otherwise in good condition. The binding of the first volume is somewhat dirty and each has one or two of the vellum tapes broken at the hinge, but they are still in good condition.l STCN (6 copies, incl. 2 incompl.); cf. Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp. 372-375; for Host: ADB XIII, p. 191.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-06-30 10:58:06
1509. MANCIOLINO, Antonio (fl. Ia mid-sixteenth century), By Antonio Manciolino bolognese Opera nova, where all the documents and advantages that have been found in the craft of weapons of every fate are completely corrected and printed Venice Niccolò Zoppino In 8vo (mm.144x98). Cc. 63, [1]. Shelf mark: AH8. With a wooden vignette on the title, 7 woodcuts in the text and the typographic brand on the reverse of the last card. Imprint a c. H7V. Italic font. Red Moroccan, double gold thread on the plates, five-sided back with friezes, green gusset and gold title, golden cuts (Devauchelle). Title and last paper a little dusty. Excellent copy. RARE ORIGINAL EDITION of one of the very first Italian fencing printed treatises, preceded only by Exercitationum atque artis militaris collectanea by Pietro Monti, printed in Milan in 1509. Previous works by Italian authors on the subject, such as the Flos Duellatorum by Fiore de 'Liberi (1409), the De arte gladatoria dimicandi by Filippo Vadi (c. 1482) and the treatise by the Anonymous Bolognese, only recently found, had manuscript disclosure and were published only in recent times. L'Opera Nova it was composed around 1522 and was probably published after the author's death. Little is known of Antonio Manciolino's life, although his role was crucial in the evolution of fencing between the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. He was one of the most important teachers of the "Bolognese School", the same as Moncio, Guido Antonio de Luca, who was the master of Manciolino, and Achille Marozzo, who in his treatise of 1536 was the greatest theori … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-22 00:52:02
RAFFRAY ANDRE (1925-2010) MARCEL DUCHAMP (1887-1968)
1509Sérigraphie sur papier blanc en noir, rouge et argent 150x99cm, traces de plis. Indications sur le bord droit: Réalisation A. Raffray Photographie J. Faujou Sérigraphie Besson. André Raffray fut un grand admirateur de Marcel Duchamp. Entre 1975 et 1976, il réalise douze gouaches intitulées La Vie illustrée de Marcel Duchamp, présentées dans l'exposition inaugurale du Centre Georges Pompidou et éditées sous forme d'album. Ces pièces étaient destinées à faire partie de la scénographie de l'exposition.
Bookseller: Librairie Chloé et Denis Ozanne Déesse sarl [France, Paris]
2020-06-15 10:15:49
SALLUSTIUS Crispus, Gaius.
De coniuratione Catilinae. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino. Eiusdem oratio contra M.T. Ciceronum. M.T. Ciceronis oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium. Eiusdem orationes quator contra Lucium Catilinam. Porcii Latronis declamatio contra Lucium Catalinam orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum C. Crispi Sallustii.(Colophon: Venice, Aldus Manutius & Andreas Asulanus (Torresanus) Socer, April 1509). 8vo. Woodcut Aldine printer's device on title and verso of last page. 18th-century vellum with title in ink on spine, red painted edges. [16], 279, [1] pp. First Aldine edition of some of the writings of the Roman historian Gaius Sallustius Crispus (86 -34 BC). The work is dedicated by Aldus to the Venetian general Bartolomeo Liviano d'Alviano (1455-1515), who distinguished himself in the defence of the Venetian Republic against the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian, dated Venice, April 1509. The first part, De coniuratione Catalinae on pp. 1-50 is Sallustius' first published work, containing the history of the memorable year 63, in which the conspiracy of the Roman politician Lucius Sergius Catilina (108 BC- 62 BC) against the Roman Republic is foiled. While Sallustius inveighs against Catiline's depraved character and vicious actions, he does not fail to state that the man had many noble traits - indeed all that a Roman man needed to succeed. In particular, Sallustius shows Catilina as deeply courageous in his final battle. This subject gave Sallustius the opportunity of showing off his rhetoric at the expense of the old Roman aristocracy.The second part on pages 50-147, De bello Jugurthino … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 13:56:49
SALLUSTIUS Crispus, Gaius.
De coniuratione Catilinae. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino. Eiusdem oratio contra M.T. Ciceronum. M.T. Ciceronis oratio contra C. Crispum Sallustium. Eiusdem orationes quator contra Lucium Catilinam. Porcii Latronis declamatio contra Lucium Catalinam orationes quaedam ex libris historiarum C. Crispi Sallustii.(Colophon: Venice, Aldus Manutius & Andreas Asulanus (Torresanus) Socer, April 1509). 8vo. Woodcut Aldine printer's device on title and verso of last page. 18th-century vellum with title in ink on spine, red painted edges. [16], 279, [1] pp. First Aldine edition of some of the writings of the Roman historian Gaius Sallustius Crispus (86 -34 BC). The work is dedicated by Aldus to the Venetian general Bartolomeo Liviano d'Alviano (1455-1515), who distinguished himself in the defence of the Venetian Republic against the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian, dated Venice, April 1509. The first part, De coniuratione Catalinae on pp. 1-50 is Sallustius' first published work, containing the history of the memorable year 63, in which the conspiracy of the Roman politician Lucius Sergius Catilina (108 BC- 62 BC) against the Roman Republic is foiled. While Sallustius inveighs against Catiline's depraved character and vicious actions, he does not fail to state that the man had many noble traits - indeed all that a Roman man needed to succeed. In particular, Sallustius shows Catilina as deeply courageous in his final battle. This subject gave Sallustius the opportunity of showing off his rhetoric at the expense of the old Roman aristocracy.The second part on pages 50-147, De bello Jugurthino … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-07 00:02:01
1509. SELTENE POST-INKUNABEL Prudentius Clemens, Aurelius Psychomachia id est de anime pugna liber elegantissimus Seltene Postinkunabel, gedruckt in Köln im Verlag von Heinrich Quentell Erben, aus dem Jahre 1509. Buchformat: 19,7 cm x 14,4 cm. Mit 3 Holzschnitt-Initialen; rubriziert. Kollationierung: 16 Blatt. Gebunden in einen Halbpergamenteinband des 19. Jahrhunderts.ZUSTAND: Gutes und schönes Exemplar, Rücken mit Braunfleck. Innen schwach wasserrandig.VD16 P 5151. - Die Psychomachia („der Seelenkampf") des christlich-antiken Dichters Prudentius (348 - nach 405) ist das erste durchgehend allegorische Epos des Abendlandes. Es stellt einen Kampf zwischen personifizierten Tugenden und Lastern dar und gilt als eines der bedeutendsten Werke der christlichen lateinischen Epik. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit (welsprofi) [Balmberg, Switzerland]
2020-05-20 08:56:02
BALSAC, Robert de. fl. 1463-1503
1509. ?Paris: s.n., ?150-. 19th-century violet morocco, gilt-lettered flat spine, all edges gilt. ADMONITORY CATALOG OF UNRULY CHILDREN, SLUTS, GLUTTONS, party hounds, debtors, servants dining on the best wines and meats.... It spawned Gringore's Les abus (1509), Desmoulins' Le cymetière (1511), Adonville's Les regretz (1529/30), Copeland's Hye Way to the Spyttle Hous (c. 1536) and Den Rechten Weg nae 't Gaesthuys (?1550).  Marchans qui achetent chier & vendent a bon marche & a credit...  Ceulx qui mengent leur ble en herbe...  [as Rabelais' Panurge]  I have traced eight editions, four in single examples. From the libraries of Yemeniz (Catalogue (1867) 1643), Firmin-Didot (Catalogue (1878), 624 "fort rare"), Fairfax Murray (Catalogue p. [xiii]) and Edmée Maus (Inventaire 104). The top margins are short; some lower margins preserve their deckle. ¶Bechtel, Catalogue des gothiques B-11; Moore, "The Evolution of a 16th century Satire" in Miscellany...L.E. Kastner (1932) 351-60; Allut, Champier III: 116-26.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-16 09:42:25
DIURNAL. Use of Monte Cassino
Venice: L.A. Giunta, 1509. Contemporary blind-decorated calf, two ruled frames around a stag roll, a vertical foliage roll in the middle, repoussé brass centerpiece of flowers (corner furniture neatly removed), gilt-lettered DIUR. MON. on the front panel, the spine with vines and foliage, brass clasps and catches. First Edition. Divided into eight parts, or Hours, the Divine Office is the daily round of prayer of the Church to be sung and spoken in public or recited silently alone. The Diurnal contains the seven Day Hours (Lauds to Compline), here printed for Benedictine community of Monte Cassino, which, in 1504, had undergone dramatic reform. The Giunta quickly monopolized the market for this new liturgical Use.  THIS IS THE FIRST "WOMEN'S BOOK" IN THE REVISED LITURGY. Twelve editions survive, none in a U.S. library. That offered here was previously known by a single example (Florence BN). In fine condition (pale stain on one leaf, slight hand soiling on a few leaves), Vershbow bookplate. ¶Martin, "Bibliographie liturgique de l'ordre de Saint-Benoît" in Revue Mabillon 10 (1921) 131,89; Amiet, Missels et bréviaires imprimés: supplément 1248B; EDIT16 CNCE 66023; Gehl, "Libri per donne" in Donna, disciplina, creanza cristiana dal XV al XVII secolo ed. Zarri 72-3 (on Diurnal sales to nuns).
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-14 05:53:15
PELBARTUS DE THEMESWAR
Lugduni [Lyon]: Bernard Lescuyer for Johann Koberger of Nuremberg, 3 June 1514; Jacques Sacon for Anton Koberger, 8 August 1509. 320 x 205 mm. (12 1/2 x 8"). 5 p.l., XCVII [i.e., 129], [4], I-CXXIIII, [2] [i.e., 150] leaves (complete, despite irregular pagination, with 288 leaves); [134] leaves (last blank). Two works in one volume. Contemporary blind-stamped calf, upper cover with diapered central panel, each compartment containing a flower, cloverleaf, or monogram of Christ, outer frame with rosette and "I H S" stamps, lower cover with similar but less detailed tooling, raised bands, two brass clasps (probably later, straps on both renewed), PASTEDOWNS OF VELLUM LEAVES FROM AN EARLY 12TH CENTURY GERMAN NOTED BREVIARY, with staveless neumes and red painted initials. With attractive woodcut initials, first work with printer's device on final page. FINELY RUBRICATED, SIGNED, AND DATED BY THE RUBRICATOR, Bernardus tor Tellt de Euerswyntzel (Everswinkel), the final page dated 21 May 1516. Front flyleaf with early ink inscription in Latin and with signature of B. Grone[?] dated December 1, 1837. Adams P-569; VD16 ZV 25164 (listing 4 copies) and ZV 24944; USTC 693748 and 694648 Large vertical crack in spine leather in two places--though the spine very much intact--leather on boards a bit scratched and roughened, but the binding still pleasing as a Medieval survival, with very good impressions of the stamps; I1 with older repairs to fore-edge margin (not affecting text), occasional mild marginal dampstains, other trivial imperfections, but A VERY FINE COPY INTERNALLY, clean, f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-12 21:06:19
PELBARTUS DE THEMESWAR
Lugduni [Lyon]: Bernard Lescuyer for Johann Koberger of Nuremberg, 3 June 1514; Jacques Sacon for Anton Koberger, 8 August 1509. Lugduni [Lyon]: Bernard Lescuyer for Johann Koberger of Nuremberg, 3 June 1514; Jacques Sacon for Anton Koberger, 8 August 1509. 320 x 205 mm. (12 1/2 x 8"). 5 p.l., XCVII [i.e., 129], [4], I-CXXIIII, [2] [i.e., 150] leaves (complete, despite irregular pagination, with 288 leaves); [134] leaves (last blank). Two works in one volume. Contemporary blind-stamped calf, upper cover with diapered central panel, each compartment containing a flower, cloverleaf, or monogram of Christ, outer frame with rosette and "I H S" stamps, lower cover with similar but less detailed tooling, raised bands, two brass clasps (probably later, straps on both renewed), PASTEDOWNS OF VELLUM LEAVES FROM AN EARLY 12TH CENTURY GERMAN NOTED BREVIARY, with staveless neumes and red painted initials. With attractive woodcut initials, first work with printer's device on final page. FINELY RUBRICATED, SIGNED, AND DATED BY THE RUBRICATOR, Bernardus tor Tellt de Euerswyntzel (Everswinkel), the final page dated 21 May 1516. Front flyleaf with early ink inscription in Latin and with signature of B. Grone[?] dated December 1, 1837. Adams P-569; VD16 ZV 25164 (listing 4 copies) and ZV 24944; USTC 693748 and 694648 Large vertical crack in spine leather in two places--though the spine very much intact--leather on boards a bit scratched and roughened, but the binding still pleasing as a Medieval survival, with very good impressions of the stamps; I1 with older repairs to fore-edge margin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 19:36:37
Pope Gregory I
Paris: Rembolt & Waterloes, 1509. EXPOSITIO BEATI GREGORII PAPE SU PER CANTICA CANTICORUM. Cantica gregori[ano] sermone brevi manifestat: Dulcius ut castis auribus illa sonent. Parrhisijs [Paris]: [Expe-sis B. Rembolt et J. vvaterloes] B. Rembolt, 1509. Rare post incunable of St Gregory's commentary on the Canticle Canticorum (Song of Songs) of the Bible. This is apparently the first book with the printing associations of Waterloes and Rembolt, with a beautiful and striking ornamental title page. Pope Saint Gregory I, called 'the Great' (c.540-604), wrote widely, more so than any previous pope, and had an enormous influence on the development of medieval Christianity, both through his own works - he reformed the liturgy and established the Kyries at the beginning of Mass, and initiated the conversion of the British Isles - and later attribution: 'Gregorian chant' (plainsong) was so named in order to give it the air of tradition when it was developed years after his death. Among his writings are dozens of sermons, a Commentary on Job (the 'Magna Moralia'), 'The Rule for Pastors', and numerous letters. Individual parts had been printed in the fifteenth century, but the first collected works appeared in Paris in 1518. This is one of those individual printings, this being his commentary and exposition on the Canticles. Printed in 1509, the small treatise contains striking post incunable woodcut illustrated and bordered title-page & other beautiful decorated initials, as shown. Bound in newer vellum mimicking the original style with a few small holes, lightly warped but pages fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-05-05 20:09:54
Pope Gregory I
Paris: Rembolt & Waterloes, 1509. EXPOSITIO BEATI GREGORII PAPE SU PER CANTICA CANTICORUM. Cantica gregori[ano] sermone brevi manifestat: Dulcius ut castis auribus illa sonent. Parrhisijs [Paris]: [Expe-sis B. Rembolt et J. vvaterloes] B. Rembolt, 1509. Rare post incunable of St Gregory's commentary on the Canticle Canticorum (Song of Songs) of the Bible. This is apparently the first book with the printing associations of Waterloes and Rembolt, with a beautiful and striking ornamental title page. Pope Saint Gregory I, called 'the Great' (c.540-604), wrote widely, more so than any previous pope, and had an enormous influence on the development of medieval Christianity, both through his own works - he reformed the liturgy and established the Kyries at the beginning of Mass, and initiated the conversion of the British Isles - and later attribution: 'Gregorian chant' (plainsong) was so named in order to give it the air of tradition when it was developed years after his death. Among his writings are dozens of sermons, a Commentary on Job (the 'Magna Moralia'), 'The Rule for Pastors', and numerous letters. Individual parts had been printed in the fifteenth century, but the first collected works appeared in Paris in 1518. This is one of those individual printings, this being his commentary and exposition on the Canticles. Printed in 1509, the small treatise contains striking post incunable woodcut illustrated and bordered title-page & other beautiful decorated initials, as shown. Bound in newer vellum mimicking the original style with a few small holes, lightly warped but pages fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-03-31 07:27:46
Thomas von Aquin:
Venedig, Octavianus Scotus, 1508/1509. 4°. 30 cm. 148, 4, 153, 1 Blatt. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Teil 1: Druck vom 25. September 1508, Teil 2 vom 23. April 1509. Mit schönen, meist floralen Holzschnitt-Initialen und zwei Holzschnitt-Druckermarken jeweils auf dem letzten Blatt. Ausgabe in Latein. Einband fleckig, am Rand mit winzigen Fehlstellen. Rücken und Vorderschnitt mit handschriftlichem Titel. Vorsatz und hinterer Innendeckel mit Exlibris, bzw. Besitzerstempel und Namenseintrag von alter Hand. Titelblatt mit privatem Eintrag von alter Hand. Wenige Blätter im Innenfalz leicht wasserfleckig. Blattränder teils leicht stockfleckig, sonst kaum fleckig. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Sprache: latein. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-03-24 13:36:09
1509 Aldo Manuzio Quinto Orazio Flacco. "Poemata" Venetiis apud Aldum romanum mense marzio 1509 In-8. 310 pagine numerate e un foglio bianco. Pagine precedute da 24 pagine non numerate di cui l'ultima bianca in tre quaderni segnati 1 2 a. Il testo comincia con la lettera b. Rara edizione allo stesso modo di quella del 1501; questa edizione è più corretta e aumentata del trattato "De metrorum generibus". Aldo assicura nella prefazione che questa edizione è superiore alla precedente e non è una copia ristretta o degenerata. Pagine in ottimo stato con carta frusciante.
Bookseller: vincdi-56 [La Spezia, IT]
2020-02-25 11:02:05
Lucas Cranach (Kronach 1472 - Weimar 1553)
1509. Silografia misure: mm 248 x 171 Pittore e incisore tedesco. Si formò nella bottega del padre per poi spostarsi lungo la valle del Danubio fino a Vienna. Qui frequentò gli ambienti umanistici e in questo periodo il suo modus operandi, vicino a quello di Durer e Altdolfer, si caratterizzò per la predominanza di paesaggi movimentati, quasi surrealisti, per l'attenzione ai dettagli e ai simboli. Successivamente, guadagnò l'attenzione e la stima dell'Elettore di Sassonia, che lo prese sotto la sua ala nel 1505, anno in cui realizzò la prima vera opera in cui dava prova del suo talento. Lo stile di Cranach, fu influenzato da eventi che, se in Italia non avevano avuto ripercussioni, furono di fondamentale importanza nei Paesi Bassi e in Germania. La realizzazione di disegni per silografie e incisioni in rame divenne la principale occupazione per gli artisti più importanti e, mentre in Italia gli artisti più talentuosi si dedicavano alla pittura, qui si assisteva al monopolio dell'incisione. L'opera è tratta dalla serie Passione di Cristo (serie composta da 14 tavole realizzate nel 1509) e ha al verso un testo di Wittenberg (1540-1543) editore G. R. Viene rappresentato Cristo, accompagnato dai soldati, al cospetto di Erode seduto in trono sulla sinistra. Impressione eccellente dai neri decisi. Grande attenzione è rivolta ai volti e soprattutto alle espressioni dei soggetti. Bella e nitida coloritura. Ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Bartsch 11; T.IB. XI, 11(280); Hollstain VI, n.14.
Bookseller: Il Bulino Antiche Stampe s.r.l. [Italy]
2020-02-06 15:55:11
IUSTINIANUS, Laurentius].
1509. kl.-4. 182 Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn., 3 (dav. 1 ganzseit.) Holzschn. u. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. 2 intakten Metallschließen. Rollenstempel, floral. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Blindgeprägt. Portrait "Salvator Mundi Ihesus Christus" darunter: "Martinus Pietz" am Vorderdeckel. Hs. Rückentit. Bll. B-E8 rubriziert. 4 Bll. (Zv-8 fleckig), sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. ad 1: A-6.B-8.C-4,D-4,E-8,F-4,G-4,H-8,J-4,K-4,L-9,M-4,N-4,O-8,P-4,Q-4,R-8,S-4,T-4,-8,X-4,Y-4,Z-8,a-4,b-4,c-8,d-4,e-4,f-8,g-4,h-4,i-8,k-8 VD 16 J1174 Proctor 9990 - Sehr seltene, wahrscheinlich einzige deutsche Ausgabe von "De disciplina et perfectione conversationis monasticae". Der Verf. (1381-1456) trat 1402 in das Chorherrenstift auf der Insel Alga bei Venedig ein, wurde 1406 Prior und erster General der Kongregation vom Hl. Georg, deren Konstitutionen er verfaßte (vgl. Lex.f.Th.u.K. IV, 510). Die Holzschnitte zeigen die Herabkunft des Heiligen Geistes, Mariae Geburt, Grablegung und Kreuzigung Christi. - Beigebunden: BONAVENTURA. Der Spygel der Tzucht voll treflicher Lere vnnd Spruche des heilgen Bonauenture, der do mit tapffern kurtzen wortten, sagt vn[d] handelt, von eine[n] erlichen Leben. Nicht alleine allen geistlich[e]n den er tzu eine[n] anschaw[e]n yres lebens gemacht not ... Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1510. 4 Bll., XCV S. Erste Ausgabe. (VD 16 B 6580).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2020-01-25 13:33:06
Postinkunabel
Basel, J. Wolff f�r J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509.. Mit einer großen kolor. Initiale Druck in rot und schwarz. 139 (von 189) Bll. Eingehängt in einen Holzdeckelband um 1600, mit 2 erneuerten Schließen und restauriertem Rücken, Decken jeweils mit 5 Messingbeschlägen. 34 x 21,5 cm. - Blattgr.: 28 x 19,5 cm Weale-B. 439; VD 16 M 5640 (zitiert nach Weale und Bohatta, Liturgische Drucke); Koegler E 42. - Fragment des Missales für den Würzburger Raum. - Vorhanden: Bll. 28-29, 34-42, 18 unnum. Bll. (die fälschlich zu Beginn gebunden sind), 42-63, 65-113, 116-135, 137-156. - Letztes Blatt mit restauriertem Einriss. Anfangs wenig fleckig, sonst weitgehend saubers Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [München, Germany]
2020-01-23 05:50:10
Basel, J. Wolff f�r J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509.. Mit einer großen kolor. Initiale Druck in rot und schwarz. 139 (von 189) Bll. Eingehängt in einen Holzdeckelband um 1600, mit 2 erneuerten Schließen und restauriertem Rücken, Decken jeweils mit 5 Messingbeschlägen. 34 x 21,5 cm. - Blattgr.: 28 x 19,5 cm Weale-B. 439; VD 16 M 5640 (zitiert nach Weale und Bohatta, Liturgische Drucke); Koegler E 42. - Fragment des Missales für den Würzburger Raum. - Vorhanden: Bll. 28-29, 34-42, 18 unnum. Bll. (die fälschlich zu Beginn gebunden sind), 42-63, 65-113, 116-135, 137-156. - Letztes Blatt mit restauriertem Einriss. Anfangs wenig fleckig, sonst weitgehend saubers Exemplar.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
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2020-01-22 17:06:15
Pfefferkorn, Johannes.
(Cologne, [Johann Landen], 3 Jan. 1509). 4to. (12) ff. With title woodcut (crucifixion) within thee ornamental borders. Modern half vellum over marbled boards. One of four issues all bearing the same date, likely the first edition (VD 16 cites three others printed by Erhard Oeglin in Augsburg). Since 1507 Pfefferkorn had published several anti-Jewish polemical pamphlets, prefiguring his all-out attack on Jewish books and writings. What began on the initiative of an unknown and uneducated convert soon grew into a major affair that involved not only Reuchlin but many other leading humanists of the early 16th century. - Contemporary handwritten acquisition note of the Premonstratensian Abbey of Steingaden in Bavaria and a contemporary annotation to b2v. Rare: only three copies listed in VD 16 (the Munich copy being incomplete). VD 16, P 2315. Grebe 4.2. Panzer DA I, 303f., 639. Weller 506. Not in Adams or BM-STC German; not in Proctor/Isaac. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2020-01-20 19:53:19
FOTO NELLA DESCRIZIONE OGGETTO. CATALOGO COMPLETO SU WWW.COPERNICUM.IT. 1509 - Beda il Venerabile (672-735 d.C.) Beda il Venerabile 1509, Vene. p Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino Descrizione Beda il Venerabile (672-735 d.C.) Venerabilis Bedae presbyteri de temporibus sive de sex aetatibus huius seculi Liber Incipit. P. Victoris De Regionibus Urbis Rome Libellus Aureus. Cum privilegio. (In fine:) Impressum Vene. p Ioan. de Tridino alias Tacuino anno domini 1509 die. viii. Mai 19 cm. 50 carte non numerate. Rilegatura novecentesca in mezza pelle con fregi impressi e titolo in oro al dorso. Iniziali ornate xil. Qualche lieve gora marginale. Buone condizioni. Il Beda, monaco ed erudito anglosassone, ebbe grande fama nel Medioevo. Dante lo pone tra i saggi del cielo del sole (Parad., X, 131). Scrisse libri di commentarii alla Sacra Scrittura, opuscoli di retorica e grammatica, opere cosmografiche e cronologiche tra cui "De ratione temporum" contenente la continuazione fino al 1063 dei calcoli del ciclo pasquale fatti da Dionigi il Piccolo.
Bookseller: De Re Militari 1472 (lgl_68) [Santarcangelo di Romagna, RN, IT]
2020-01-19 08:34:11
CALVIN, Jean (1509-1564) - BÈZE, Théodore de (1519-1605), Commentaires... sur le livre de Iosué. Avec une preface de Theodore de Besze, contenant en brief l'histoire de la vie et mort d'iceluy: augmentee depuis la premiere edition & deduite selon l'ordre du temps quasi d'an en an. Genève François Perrin 1565 8vo (175x11 mm). (94), 208, (6) leaves. With the printer's device on the title-page. 19th-century polished calf, spine with gilt ornaments and morocco title-label, gilt edges, hinges a bit weak, some light dampstains, but a fine copy with the entry of ownership of Georges Constantin Naville (1755-1789), pastor and theological writer at Geneva, and with the book plate of Charles-Louis Frossard (1827-1902), minister at Lille and also writer on geology. SECOND EDITION of the commentary on Joshua, Calvin's dying bequest to the Church, and FIRST EDITION of the revised and augmented version of his biography by Théodore de Bèze. In his last exegetical endeavor Calvin provided a moral model for Reformed believers, one that he hoped would represent the Reformed as people who were law-abiding, morally sound proponents of order and peace (cf. R.A. Blacketer, The Moribund Moralist: Ethic Lesson in Calvin's Commentary on Joshua, in: "The Formation of Clerical and Confessional Identities in Early Modern Europe", W. Janse, ed., Leiden, 2006, pp. 149-168; see also M. Woudstra, Calvin's Dying Bequest to the Church: A Critical Evaluation of the Commentary on Joshua, Grand Rapids, MI, 1960, passim). Calvin started to lecture on Joshua in June 1563 in the Friday congregation and finished h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, IT]
2020-01-16 13:22:02
Ordo Missae pro informatione sacerdotum.... Roma, Stephanum Guillereti 1509 legato con altro post incunabolo con Xilografie. Ordo Missae pro informatione sacerdotum....Roma, Stephanum Guillereti stampato nel 1509 legato con altro post incunabolo con Xilografie. Due rarissimi post Incunaboli stampati a Roma in rosso e nero. La seconda opera non presenta colophon, ma ha le stesse caratteristiche della prima. La seconda opera è illustrata da due affascinanti xilografie. La prima, realizzata a due colori, è circondata da bella bordura di stile fiorentino. La seconda rappresenta la nascita di Gesù. Qualche rinforzo parte interna di alcune carte, qualche leggera gora, ma buone copie di libri rarissimi. Provenienza: Ex libris Calleri Damonte Graja, asta internazionale. Legatura: in piena pelle del XX secolo ad imitazionie di quelle dell'inizio del '500 realizzata a Biella nel Giugno 1991 (85.000 Lire) Pagine: la prima opera è composta di 33 carte non numerate + una carta con xilografia di una stella. Ne mancano due, a1 e a5. la seconda opera manca delle prime due carte, a1 e a2. Misura: cm 19,5 x cm 13,5. Il libro era valutato nel 1991 2 milioni di lire. __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Grazie per aver visionato la pagina. Potrai trovare altri interessanti libri sotto aceccob . La spedizione verra' effettuata tramite posta raccomandata, pacco celere 1 o pacco celere 3, a seconda dell'importo del libro. E' esclusa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Colazingari (aceccob) [Roma, Italy]
2020-01-15 20:57:22
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1509 - 1510 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Ripanda. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificata, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. In basso a destra, antica annotazione a penna M A V. L'incisione deriva da un disegno conservato al Louvre (inv. 8257) già variamente attribuito a Baldassarre Peruzzi, Mantegna (Bartsch), Francia, Sodoma (Delaborde e Passavant), e oggi ritenuto di Ripanda. Fu Oberhuber (1984) a riproporre il nome del Ripanda, dopo l'ipotesi di Fiocco, del 1920. Circa la realizzazione dell'incisione, per tutti avvenuta a Roma, sembra più convincente la datazione verso il 1509-1510 avanzata da Obheruber e da Folds, a causa dell'assenza di influssi da Luca di Leida riscontrabili già nel 1510, rispetto al 1512 - 1513 indicato dalla Davidson e dalla Dubois -Reymond. È probabile che Marcantonio sia entrato in contatto con il Ripanda, suo concittadino, richiedendogli un disegno da incidere. Non ancora risolta è l'interpretazione del soggetto, per il quale sono state avanzate diverse ipotesi. Bartsch accetta per l'opera il titolo di "Trionfo di Tito", individuando rapporti tra il carro trionfale dell'incisione e alcune medaglie coniate in occasione del trionfo di Tito e Vespasiano, ma puntualizzava come tale iconografia fosse presente anche in medaglie di epoche anteriori. Wickoff interpretò il soggetto come un'Allegoria della Terza Guerra Punica. Successivamente fu interpretato come Trionfo di Scipione; la Davidso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 21:37:45
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1509 - 1510 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Ripanda. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificata, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. In basso a destra, antica annotazione a penna M A V. L'incisione deriva da un disegno conservato al Louvre (inv. 8257) già variamente attribuito a Baldassarre Peruzzi, Mantegna (Bartsch), Francia, Sodoma (Delaborde e Passavant), e oggi ritenuto di Ripanda. Fu Oberhuber (1984) a riproporre il nome del Ripanda, dopo l'ipotesi di Fiocco, del 1920. Circa la realizzazione dell'incisione, per tutti avvenuta a Roma, sembra più convincente la datazione verso il 1509-1510 avanzata da Obheruber e da Folds, a causa dell'assenza di influssi da Luca di Leida riscontrabili già nel 1510, rispetto al 1512 - 1513 indicato dalla Davidson e dalla Dubois -Reymond. È probabile che Marcantonio sia entrato in contatto con il Ripanda, suo concittadino, richiedendogli un disegno da incidere. Non ancora risolta è l'interpretazione del soggetto, per il quale sono state avanzate diverse ipotesi. Bartsch accetta per l'opera il titolo di "Trionfo di Tito", individuando rapporti tra il carro trionfale dell'incisione e alcune medaglie coniate in occasione del trionfo di Tito e Vespasiano, ma puntualizzava come tale iconografia fosse presente anche in medaglie di epoche anteriori. Wickoff interpretò il soggetto come un'Allegoria della Terza Guerra Punica. Successivamente fu interpretato come Trionfo di Scipione; la Davidso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-23 21:40:08
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Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Mit einer großen kolor. Initiale Druck in rot und schwarz. 139 (von 189) Bll. Eingehängt in einen Holzdeckelband um 1600, mit 2 erneuerten Schließen und restauriertem Rücken, Decken jeweils mit 5 Messingbeschlägen. 34 x 21,5 cm. - Blattgr.: 28 x 19,5 cm Weale-B. 439; VD 16 M 5640 (zitiert nach Weale und Bohatta, Liturgische Drucke); Koegler E 42. - Fragment des Missales für den Würzburger Raum. - Vorhanden: Bll. 28-29, 34-42, 18 unnum. Bll. (die fälschlich zu Beginn gebunden sind), 42-63, 65-113, 116-135, 137-156. - Letztes Blatt mit restauriertem Einriss. Anfangs wenig fleckig, sonst weitgehend saubers Exemplar. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-12-17 06:59:33
1509. Engraving on hand laid (verge) paper.Sheet size: 40,5 x 28,4 cm. (15,9 x 11,2 inch). Image size: 40,5 x 28,4 cm. (15,9 x 11,2 inch).Source unknown, to be determined. State: Later 16/17 th. c. impression Ref: New hollstein Dutch 107. This item has not been fully described / researched. Please inquire for possible available additional information. Any input appreciated.Made by 'Lucas van Leyden' after own design. Lucas van Leyden (1494 – 1533), also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art.Condition: Good, given age. Thin paper spots in top and bottom left corners. Paper separation at lower middle, backed. Some paper loss at top right and left, backed. Vertical fold in middle. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.Keywords: CONVERSION OF ST. PAUL-DAMASCUSPCO-Expo-
Bookseller: Pictura Prints, Art & Books [Overasselt, Netherlands]
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2019-12-16 00:03:06
Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Artikeldetails Speciale Missarum, s(ecundu)m chorum Herb(ipole)n(sium). [Postinkunabel.] - Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Mit einer großen kolor. Initiale Druck in rot und schwarz. 139 (von 189) Bll. Eingehängt in einen Holzdeckelband um 1600, mit 2 erneuerten Schließen und restauriertem Rücken, Decken jeweils mit 5 Messingbeschlägen. 34 x 21,5 cm. - Blattgr.: 28 x 19,5 cm Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25235 Bemerkungen: Weale-B. 439; VD 16 M 5640 (zitiert nach Weale und Bohatta, Liturgische Drucke); Koegler E 42. - Fragment des Missales für den Würzburger Raum. - Vorhanden: Bll. 28-29, 34-42, 18 unnum. Bll. (die fälschlich zu Beginn gebunden sind), 42-63, 65-113, 116-135, 137-156. - Letztes Blatt mit restauriertem Einriss. Anfangs wenig fleckig, sonst weitgehend saubers Exemplar.EUR 1.200,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-12).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-12-14 07:25:21
Pfefferkorn, Johannes.
(Cologne, [Johann Landen], 3 Jan. 1509). 4to. (12) ff. With title woodcut (crucifixion) within thee ornamental borders. Modern half vellum over marbled boards. One of four issues all bearing the same date, likely the first edition (VD 16 cites three others printed by Erhard Oeglin in Augsburg). Since 1507 Pfefferkorn had published several anti-Jewish polemical pamphlets, prefiguring his all-out attack on Jewish books and writings. What began on the initiative of an unknown and uneducated convert soon grew into a major affair that involved not only Reuchlin but many other leading humanists of the early 16th century. - Contemporary handwritten acquisition note of the Premonstratensian Abbey of Steingaden in Bavaria and a contemporary annotation to b2v. Rare: only three copies listed in VD 16 (the Munich copy being incomplete). VD 16, P 2315. Grebe 4.2. Panzer DA I, 303f., 639. Weller 506. Not in Adams or BM-STC German; not in Proctor/Isaac. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-12-13 12:24:21
Basel, J. Wolff für J. Rynman (in Augsburg), 1509. Mit einer großen kolor. Initiale Druck in rot und schwarz. 139 (von 189) Bll. Eingehängt in einen Holzdeckelband um 1600, mit 2 erneuerten Schließen und restauriertem Rücken, Decken jeweils mit 5 Messingbeschlägen. 34 x 21,5 cm. - Blattgr.: 28 x 19,5 cm Weale-B. 439; VD 16 M 5640 (zitiert nach Weale und Bohatta, Liturgische Drucke); Koegler E 42. - Fragment des Missales für den Würzburger Raum. - Vorhanden: Bll. 28-29, 34-42, 18 unnum. Bll. (die fälschlich zu Beginn gebunden sind), 42-63, 65-113, 116-135, 137-156. - Letztes Blatt mit restauriertem Einriss. Anfangs wenig fleckig, sonst weitgehend saubers Exemplar. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2019-12-01 21:03:04
1509. Antique Master Print, untitled. The temptation of St. Anthony. Good, but later 16th. Century impression. Ref: New Hollstein 117b Engraving on Laid paper. Watermark: Coat of arms? Made by 'Lucas van Leyden' after own design. Lucas van Leyden (1494 - 1533), also named either Lucas Hugensz or Lucas Jacobsz, a Dutch engraver and painter, born and mainly active in Leiden. Lucas van Leyden was among the first Dutch exponents of genre painting and is generally regarded as one of the finest engravers in the history of art. Fair, given age. No margins, lower corners thin, upper corners strenghtened. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. The overall size is ca. 13.8 x 18.2 cm. The image size is ca. 13.8 x 18.2 cm. Storage location: (LATPC) Q1-395
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2019-11-08 20:20:10
1509. Sincerissimi affectus tarn litterarum quam morumadmodum preclari viri mapsfri Nicolai Denijse humilis beatijiatris Francisci religionis/raifram mirwrum vulgariter nominate professoris, venerandi conventus Rothomagensis eiusdem religionis gardiani bene meriti, sermones adventu duplices et dediebus dominicalibus usque ad dominicam quinquagesime ad-modum fructuosi Nuperrime reuisi et emendati. (suivi de) Incipiunt sermones quadragesimales venerandi patris fratris Nicolai Denijse quos in ciuitate famosa Rothomagensi ipsemet clero et populo solenniter predicauit incipiendo dominica quinquagesime par Nicolas DENISSE In-8 : 7f., CLVI folio (156) - CXLVII folios (147). Belles lettrines en début de chapitres, texte sur deux colonnes, annotations anciennes en rouge en marge de la première partie, en noir dans la seconde. Basane fauve postérieure, dos à nerfs, titre et année dorés sur dos, roulettes à froid, roulette à froid en encadrement des plats, petits fers en écoinçons, fer central sur plats, un mors fendu en entrée en pied. Édition originale de ce texte. Nicolas Denisse, franciscain, vicaire de la province de France, né à Beuzeville et mort à Rouen en 1509.
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2019-10-27 21:45:06
Caracciolo, Roberto (Robertus Caracciolus).
[colophon: Mediolani: per Iohanne[m] Angelu[m] Scinzenzeler, 1509 (die xxviiii nouemb.). [colophon: Mediolani:: per Iohanne[m] Angelu[m] Scinzenzeler, 1509 (die xxviiii nouemb.). 4to (20.5 cm, 8"). [1], 73 ff. Roberto Caracciolo (1425–95, a.k.a. Fra Roberto Da Lezze) was a Franciscan friar and "is considered, along with Giovanni da Capistrano (c. 1425–1495) and Giacomo dalla Marca (1393–1476), one of the most popular preachers of the so-called 'second wave' of fifteenth-century Franciscan preachers" (McMichael, p. 328). His sermons were in Latin as well as Italian, were published beginning in the 1470s, and were immensely popular because of their (sometimes criticized) theatricality. Well into the 16th century, compilations of them such as this one provided preachers of less skill with ready-made sermons on topics, as here, such as the fear of God, envy, charity, the nature of Hell, abstinence, and the Grace of God. This volume begins with a title-page inviting the reader in via => a wonderful large Italian Renaissance woodcut of a preacher in the pulpit addressing parishioners (men standing, women seated). The text is in a dense roman with many three-line woodcut initials. Regarding those initials, there is one curious anomaly: The printer apparently did not have a small woodcut "F" and so used a lower case "f," thus creating the appearance of a "guide-letter" setting of type. Binding: A mid-15th-century bifolium from an Italian manuscript copy of Alexander de Villa-Dei's Doctrinale puerorum has been used as limp wrappers. Accented at each line with red, the text of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2019-10-22 08:31:11
Desiderius Erasmus
, Uitgeverij Ad. Donker. Hardcover with dusjackets 16 volumes in Dutch.De Rotterdammer Desiderius Erasmus was theoloog en een van de belangrijkste humanisten van de Renaissance. Hij behoort niet voor niets tot de canon van Nederland. In zijn bekendste werk Lof der Zotheid (1509) stak hij de draak met de wijze waarop de mensheid eigenbelang voorop stelt. Hij correspondeerde met belangwekkende tijdgenoten, over uiteenlopende maatschappelijke en religieuze thema?s. En die correspondentie verschijnt vijf eeuwen later nu ook in de Nederlandse taal. De Correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus in 16 delen . Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 1 326 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 6100 547 6 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 2 / 288 blz. 246x169mm gebondenISBN: 97890 6100 566 7 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 3 /308 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 6100 582 7 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 4 / 352 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 6100 590 2 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 5 / 349 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 6100 591 9 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 6 / 361 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 6100 592 6 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 7 / 359 blz. 246x169mm gebondenISBN: 97890 6100 642 8 Titel Desiderius Erasmus De correspondentie van Desiderius Erasmus 8 / 360 blz. 246x169mm gebonden ISBN: 97890 61 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Erik Tonen Books [Netherlands]
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2019-10-20 08:19:11
Pfefferkorn, Johannes.
(Cologne, [Johann Landen], 3 Jan. 1509). 4to. (12) ff. With title woodcut (crucifixion) within thee ornamental borders. Modern half vellum over marbled boards. One of four issues all bearing the same date, likely the first edition (VD 16 cites three others printed by Erhard Oeglin in Augsburg). Since 1507 Pfefferkorn had published several anti-Jewish polemical pamphlets, prefiguring his all-out attack on Jewish books and writings. What began on the initiative of an unknown and uneducated convert soon grew into a major affair that involved not only Reuchlin but many other leading humanists of the early 16th century. - Contemporary handwritten acquisition note of the Premonstratensian Abbey of Steingaden in Bavaria and a contemporary annotation to b2v. Rare: only three copies listed in VD 16 (the Munich copy being incomplete). VD 16, P 2315. Grebe 4.2. Panzer DA I, 303f., 639. Weller 506. Not in Adams or BM-STC German; not in Proctor/Isaac. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2019-10-19 09:22:08
Augustinus von Hippo (von Thagaste oder auch Aurelius Augustinus)
gedruckt in Basel bei Amerbach, Petri und Froben, 1509. Artikeldetails Opera Omnia Nona pars librorum dini Aurelii Augustini quos non recenset in libris Retractationu. Expolsitionis: In evangelium Johanne: Tractans. CXXIIII In epostolam canonicam sancti Johannis: Tractatus. X. In Apocalypsim eiusdem: Homilie.XVIII. Augustinus von Hippo (von Thagaste oder auch Aurelius Augustinus): Vol. 9 (Band 9) gedruckt in Basel bei Amerbach, Petri und Froben, 1509. Sortierung: 236 nn. Blätter Ledereinband, gebundene Ausgabe, Buchgröße ca.: 22 cm x 5 cm x 31,5 cm Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 93 Bemerkungen: Sehr seltenen Erstedition Postinkunabel von Augustinus von Hippo (von Thagaste oder auch Aurelius Augustinus), 1509 Aurelius Augustinus: Oper Omnia Nona pars librorum dini Aurelii Augustini quos non recenset in libris Retractationu. Expolsitionis: Im Evangelium Johanne: Traktane. CXXIIIIII In epostolam canonicam sancti Johannis: Tractatus. X. In Apocalypsim eiusdem: Homilie.XVIII. Gedruckt in Basel, erschienen bei Amerbach, Petri und Froben, aus dem Jahr 1505. Buchgröße ca.: 22 cm x 5 cm x 31,5 cm. Sortierung: 236 nn. Seiten. Gebunden in einem braunen Vollledereinband im Stil der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reichhaltiger Blindprägung und 2 Verschlüssen. Band 9 der wichtigste Band ersten Gesamtausgabe, die von 1505-1517 erschien, mit einem Schwerpunkt auf dem Johannesevangelium, den Briefen und den Offenbarungen. Sehr schöne Augsabe, sorgfältig gereinigt, durchgehend kleine Wurmlöcher, auf dem Titel hinterlegt, B3 mit kleinem, abgeschlossenem Eckriss, b1 an das Ende der Schicht gebunde … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Unteriberg (gunceus0) [Unteriberg, Switzerland]
2019-10-17 19:36:16
Augustinus von Hippo (von Thagaste oder auch Aurelius Augustinus):
1509.. gedruckt in Basel bei Amerbach, Petri und Froben, Sortierung: 236 nn. Blätter Ledereinband, gebundene Ausgabe, Buchgröße ca.: 22 cm x 5 cm x 31,5 cm Vol. 9 (Band 9) Sehr seltenen Erstedition Postinkunabel von Augustinus von Hippo (von Thagaste oder auch Aurelius Augustinus), 1509 Aurelius Augustinus: Oper Omnia Nona pars librorum dini Aurelii Augustini quos non recenset in libris Retractationu. Expolsitionis: Im Evangelium Johanne: Traktane. CXXIIIIII In epostolam canonicam sancti Johannis: Tractatus. X. In Apocalypsim eiusdem: Homilie.XVIII. Gedruckt in Basel, erschienen bei Amerbach, Petri und Froben, aus dem Jahr 1505. Buchgröße ca.: 22 cm x 5 cm x 31,5 cm. Sortierung: 236 nn. Seiten. Gebunden in einem braunen Vollledereinband im Stil der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reichhaltiger Blindprägung und 2 Verschlüssen. Band 9 der wichtigste Band ersten Gesamtausgabe, die von 1505-1517 erschien, mit einem Schwerpunkt auf dem Johannesevangelium, den Briefen und den Offenbarungen. Sehr schöne Augsabe, sorgfältig gereinigt, durchgehend kleine Wurmlöcher, auf dem Titel hinterlegt, B3 mit kleinem, abgeschlossenem Eckriss, b1 an das Ende der Schicht gebunden. Titel mit klösterlicher Eigentumsbescheinigung von 1726. Aufwändig und dekorativ gebunden mit Metallverschlüssen. Leicht altersgebräunt und kleinere, unauffällige Stockflecken. Wir haben an der ZB Zürich ein Vergleichskopie gefunden, das mit unserer Ausgabe identisch ist. Augustinus von Hippo, auch: Augustinus von Thagaste, Augustinus oder Aurelius Augustinus (* 13. November 354 in Tagaste, auch: … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: G&G CeDi Management [Switzerland]
2019-09-16 11:55:45
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Istanbul, 1509. Istanbul. Mishne Tora, 1509, Istanbul. Author: n/a. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1509.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-30 13:11:26
IUSTINIANUS, Laurentius].
1509. kl.-4. 182 Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn., 3 (dav. 1 ganzseit.) Holzschn. u. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. 2 intakten Metallschließen. Rollenstempel, floral. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Blindgeprägt. Portrait "Salvator Mundi Ihesus Christus" darunter: "Martinus Pietz" am Vorderdeckel. Hs. Rückentit. Bll. B-E8 rubriziert. 4 Bll. (Zv-8 fleckig), sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. ad 1: A-6.B-8.C-4,D-4,E-8,F-4,G-4,H-8,J-4,K-4,L-9,M-4,N-4,O-8,P-4,Q-4,R-8,S-4,T-4,-8,X-4,Y-4,Z-8,a-4,b-4,c-8,d-4,e-4,f-8,g-4,h-4,i-8,k-8 VD 16 J1174 Proctor 9990 - Sehr seltene, wahrscheinlich einzige deutsche Ausgabe von "De disciplina et perfectione conversationis monasticae". Der Verf. (1381-1456) trat 1402 in das Chorherrenstift auf der Insel Alga bei Venedig ein, wurde 1406 Prior und erster General der Kongregation vom Hl. Georg, deren Konstitutionen er verfaßte (vgl. Lex.f.Th.u.K. IV, 510). Die Holzschnitte zeigen die Herabkunft des Heiligen Geistes, Mariae Geburt, Grablegung und Kreuzigung Christi. - Beigebunden: BONAVENTURA. Der Spygel der Tzucht voll treflicher Lere vnnd Spruche des heilgen Bonauenture, der do mit tapffern kurtzen wortten, sagt vn[d] handelt, von eine[n] erlichen Leben. Nicht alleine allen geistlich[e]n den er tzu eine[n] anschaw[e]n yres lebens gemacht not ... Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1510. 4 Bll., XCV S. Erste Ausgabe. (VD 16 B 6580).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2019-08-18 11:33:18
Vergilius Maro, Publius; Clemente Bondi, trans.
Parma: Dalla Stamperia Reale, 1790–93. 8vo (22.1 cm, 8.7"). 2 vols. in 1. [8], xxiii, [1], 273, [1], 295, [3 (1 errata)] pp. First edition of Clemente Bondi's Italian verse translation of Virgil's Aeneid, much celebrated in its day. Bondi (1742–1821), a Jesuit scholar, dedicated the work to Maria Beatrice d'Este. After the papal dissolution of the Jesuit Order in 1773, Bondi left Italy for a while but returned later and became the librarian of the noble family Zanardi in Mantua. Later still, Archduke Ferdinand of Habsburg-Lorraine befriended him and charged the Italian with the education of his children and the role of librarian at the castle in Brünn (now Brno in the Czech Republic).    The printing was done by Bodoni, displaying his usual grace; each title-page bears a portrait medallion of Virgil captioned "Mantua me genuit," engraved by Frey.    Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Jan-Olof Grady.         Brooks 400; Brunet, V, 1309; De Lama, II, 57; DeBacker-Sommervogel, I, 1706; Schweiger, II, 1231. Modern half brown calf and Stormont marbled paper–covered boards, original 19th-century mottled calf spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-stamped compartment devices laid down; original spine leather edges chipped, binding otherwise clean and unworn. All edges stained red. Some light foxing or other spotting, pages overall crisp and fresh. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-08-07 11:31:04
Zwei Post-Incunables Josse Bade - Jehan Petit in Einband Klösterliche 1509 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Zwei Post-Incunabula-Druck von Josse Bade und Barbier für JehanPetit in klösterlicher Bindung 1509 Zwei Post Incunabula in Vintage Bindung Isidor von Sevilla Praeclarissimum opus divi Hyspalensis episcopi... Paris, Jehan Barbier für Jehan Petit. 1 kleines Folioband mit 103 verschlüsselten Blättern, zwei Tischblättern und 16 unverschlüsselten Blättern. Drucken Sie in runden Buchstaben auf zwei Doppelpunkten mit 55 Anfangszeilen und Zahlen. Au Kolophon Eindruck von Jean Barbier 1509 der letzten August. 29 x 20,5 cm 11,5 x 8,25 ' Crinitus Pierre De honesta disciplina Paris, Josse Bade, 1508 - 1510. 139 nummerierte Blätter, 139 Drucken in runden Buchstaben mit 46 langen Zeilen. Am letzten Kolophon, Januar 1510. Konforme Snacks. Alles in klösterlicher Bindung aus der Zeit, Restaurierungen auf dem Rücken, Spuren von Verschlüssen. Die Nässe wirkt sich auf die ersten Blätter aus und wird dann zu Blatt 12 verblasst. Es wird unmerklich, gesundes Papier und immer noch sehr knusprig. Es erscheint am Ende des Bandes nicht sehr störend, sondern im Rand- und Innenwinkel. Isidore de Seville Theologe ist ein spanischer gelehrter Chronist, der 636 in Sevilla verstorben ist. Er spielte eine bedeutende Rolle in den Angelegenheiten der Halbinsel, reiste nach Rom, um Gregor den Großen zu besuchen, und präsidierte die Räte von Sevilla und Toledo. Er hat viele Bücher verfasst, darunter ein Buch mit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Millery, FR]
2019-07-23 20:56:04
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1509 - 1510 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto di Jacopo Ripanda. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificata, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. In basso a destra, antica annotazione a penna M A V. L'incisione deriva da un disegno conservato al Louvre (inv. 8257) già variamente attribuito a Baldassarre Peruzzi, Mantegna (Bartsch), Francia, Sodoma (Delaborde e Passavant), e oggi ritenuto di Ripanda. Fu Oberhuber (1984) a riproporre il nome del Ripanda, dopo l'ipotesi di Fiocco, del 1920. Circa la realizzazione dell'incisione, per tutti avvenuta a Roma, sembra più convincente la datazione verso il 1509-1510 avanzata da Obheruber e da Folds, a causa dell'assenza di influssi da Luca di Leida riscontrabili già nel 1510, rispetto al 1512 - 1513 indicato dalla Davidson e dalla Dubois -Reymond. È probabile che Marcantonio sia entrato in contatto con il Ripanda, suo concittadino, richiedendogli un disegno da incidere. Non ancora risolta è l'interpretazione del soggetto, per il quale sono state avanzate diverse ipotesi. Bartsch accetta per l'opera il titolo di "Trionfo di Tito", individuando rapporti tra il carro trionfale dell'incisione e alcune medaglie coniate in occasione del trionfo di Tito e Vespasiano, ma puntualizzava come tale iconografia fosse presente anche in medaglie di epoche anteriori. Wickoff interpretò il soggetto come un'Allegoria della Terza Guerra Punica. Successivamente fu interpretato come Trionfo di Scipione; la Davidso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-19 11:11:49
SADOLETO, Jacopo.
(Rome, J. Mazzocchi, 1509 ?).4to. Modern boards, in cloth box. 46 lvs.First edition; with contemporary ownership inscription of Nic. Gallerii on first leaf. - An address to the French king on the Turkish question. Sadoleto is in favour of war and harks back to Charles Martell, grandfather of Charlemagne, who checked the Muslim invasion of Europe by defeating the Moors at Poitiers in 732. He reviews the recent history of the conflict with Turkey with particular reference to Venice and judges the time ripe for the French king not only to end the Turkish threat but assume control of Greece and Asia Minor. Jacopo Sadoleto (1477-1547), an Italian humanist, was born in Modena in 1477. Passing to Rome, he obtained the patronage of Cardinal Carafa and adopted the ecclesiastical career. Pope Leo X chose him as a secretary and in 1517 made him bishop of Carpentras. Sadoleto approved himself a faithful servant of the papacy in many difficult negotiations under successive Popes, especially as a peacemaker. His great aim was to win back the Protestants by peaceful persuasion. He was a devoted bishop and left his diocese with reluctance even after he was made a cardinal in 1536. Some authorities in the past have treated the book as an incunable, which is why it features in Goff (S17, Harvard only) No other copy is recorded. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
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2019-07-15 21:45:03
IUSTINIANUS, Laurentius].
1509. kl.-4. 182 Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn., 3 (dav. 1 ganzseit.) Holzschn. u. Druckermarke. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. m. 2 intakten Metallschließen. Rollenstempel, floral. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Blindgeprägt. Portrait "Salvator Mundi Ihesus Christus" darunter: "Martinus Pietz" am Vorderdeckel. Hs. Rückentit. Bll. B-E8 rubriziert. 4 Bll. (Zv-8 fleckig), sonst in sehr gutem Zustand. ad 1: A-6.B-8.C-4,D-4,E-8,F-4,G-4,H-8,J-4,K-4,L-9,M-4,N-4,O-8,P-4,Q-4,R-8,S-4,T-4,-8,X-4,Y-4,Z-8,a-4,b-4,c-8,d-4,e-4,f-8,g-4,h-4,i-8,k-8 VD 16 J1174 Proctor 9990 - Sehr seltene, wahrscheinlich einzige deutsche Ausgabe von "De disciplina et perfectione conversationis monasticae". Der Verf. (1381-1456) trat 1402 in das Chorherrenstift auf der Insel Alga bei Venedig ein, wurde 1406 Prior und erster General der Kongregation vom Hl. Georg, deren Konstitutionen er verfaßte (vgl. Lex.f.Th.u.K. IV, 510). Die Holzschnitte zeigen die Herabkunft des Heiligen Geistes, Mariae Geburt, Grablegung und Kreuzigung Christi. - Beigebunden: BONAVENTURA. Der Spygel der Tzucht voll treflicher Lere vnnd Spruche des heilgen Bonauenture, der do mit tapffern kurtzen wortten, sagt vn[d] handelt, von eine[n] erlichen Leben. Nicht alleine allen geistlich[e]n den er tzu eine[n] anschaw[e]n yres lebens gemacht not ... Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1510. 4 Bll., XCV S. Erste Ausgabe. (VD 16 B 6580).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2019-06-28 16:46:29
III: [Gart der Gesundheit]; I: Vegetius Renatus, Flavius; II: [Iohannes Andreae]
Three works in 1 volume. Folio, (295 x 200 mm). BINDING:Tooled pigskin over wooden boards, ca. 1563, blind-tooled with metal- and rollstamps incorporating scenes from the life of Christ such as the Annunciation (Ecce Virgo Consipiet), Baptism (Hic est Filius Meus Dilectus), Crucifixion with the brazen Serpent, St John the Baptist, Adam and a soldier (Ecce Agnvs Dei Qui Tol, including an initial M and the date 1558) and Resurrection (Mors Ero Mors Tua Mors). Outer and inner frames filled with palmettes, while the centre-piece is surrounded by two borders incorporating heads, shields, the coat of arms of Augsburg and the initials "MG" [Matthias Gärtner]. All roll-stamps, such as the one with the passion of Christ, can be identified and attributed to the workshop of Matthias Gärtner in Augsburg (Bavaria/Swabia, Germany), who was active there between 1563-1590 (cf. Einbanddatenbank: EBDB w004385 (workshop), EBDB r003480 (tool)). For the other rollstamps from the same workshop cf. EBDB r004193 (frieze with palmettes); r003532 (warriors' heads in a medallion and coat of arms of the city of Augsburg). Four raised bands, two clasps, both intact. Original front pastedown partly removed from board, with a few modern pencil inscriptions by former owners, dealers or librarians, back pastedown intact. Top compartment of spine inscribed with title in brown ink: "Vegeti(us) Hortus Salutis" [sic], lower compartment inscribed with a shelfmark "Ns 27". The binding is in splendid condition with only very minor spots on front and back cover, while the leather on the outer edges broke open a ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-06-25 23:19:51
III: [Gart der Gesundheit]; I: Vegetius Renatus, Flavius; II: [Iohannes Andreae]
1509. III: [Gart der Gesundheit]. Jn disem Buch ist der Gart der gesuntheit (zu latin Ortus sanitatis) in vier theyl getheylet. Mit seine(n) register de artznyen. Das Erste, Von den Thieren. - Das Ander, Von den Vögeln. - Das Dritte, Von den Fischen. - Das Vierte, Von den edel steinen [In this volume, the Garden of Health (in latin Ortus sanitatis) is divided into four parts, together with an index of medicines. The first is about the animals - the second about birds - the third about fish - the fourth about precious stones]. 22nd May 1509. Strasbourg. Johann Prüss. [bound with] I: Vegetius Renatus, Flavius. Vier bucher der Rytterschafft geschribe[n] mit ma[n]cherleyen geryste[n]. bolwerckenn. un[d] gebeuwen, zu krygkszleuffte[n] gehorick, mit yrenn mosternn. unnd figuren darneben verzeychent. [Four books of knighthood, written and including some armoury, scaffolds, fortresses and buildings, which go with the course of warfare, their monstrosities and listed with additional illustrations]. 1511. Erfurt. Hans Knappe the Elder. [89] (of 90) leaves. [A-D6, E8, F-H6, I5 (instead of 6, lacks 5), K-O6, P4]. [bound with] II: [Iohannes Andreae]. Bawm vnnd Außlegung der Sypschafft, Mogschafft Geuatterschafft. Mit Registern Vnd Andern Zusetzen vormals nye getruckt. [Tree and Interpretation of clanship, kinship, godparenthood. With indexes and other appendices, again newly printed]. N.d. [1515]. Oppenheim. [Jakob Köbel]. 12 ff. 46,000 $ Three works in 1 volume. Folio (295 x 200 mm). BINDING: Tooled pigskin over wooden boards, ca. 1563, blind-tooled with metal- and rollstamps incorpora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2019-06-19 05:22:18
TORQUEMADA ,Juan de.-
Johanem de Vingle, 1509 die xviii mensis January., Lugduni. 12hh.260ff.Impresión gótica a dos columnas numerosas capitales con graciosas xilografías. Ejemplar con marcas de polilla en margen blanco, afectando apenas una letra en poquísimas hojas.Palau,334.988. Rarísimo post incunable en caracteres góticos.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-05-17 14:24:49
HORACE
Woodcut Aldine device on title page. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Roman, Italic and Greek type. 8vo (156 x 97mm). [48], 308pp (of 310, lacking pp.305-6, and final blank x4). Early vellum over pasteboard, spine with earlier label with gilt-lettered title (vellum stained and discoloured). Venice, Apud Aldum Romanum, March,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-13 21:34:25
HORACE
1509. Woodcut Aldine device on title page. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Roman, Italic and Greek type. 8vo (156 x 97mm). [48], 308pp (of 310, lacking pp.305-6, and final blank x4). Early vellum over pasteboard, spine with earlier label with gilt-lettered title (vellum stained and discoloured). Venice, Apud Aldum Romanum, March, The second Aldine edition of the poetry of latin lyric poet Horace (65-8 B.C.), following the first in 1501. The text changed little between editions, despite Aldus' claims that it had been expanded and corrected. In the dedication, addressed to his benefactor Geoffroy Charles, Aldus recounts a journey through Mantua with a friend hunting for workable manuscripts in which they were mistaken for brigands and arrested by the authorities. Following imprisonment for six days, Charles intervened and secured the printer's freedom; consequently Aldus dedicates this volume to him, as Horace did for his own benefactor, Maecenas. That the Aldine press published a further twelve editions of collected works and four of the Ars poetica on its own indicates the poet's established reputation in the Middle Ages and Renaissance, as well as his selling power. The longest of Horace's works, the Ars poetica is accompanied here by the poet's Odes, Epodes, Carmen Saeculare, Epistles and Satires. The volume concludes with a notice of Aldus' copyright, which forbids anyone from touching his italic type. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of John William Burns on front paste-down; ownership inscription of H. Griffiths, dated 1763, at head of title page. Sparse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-11 16:13:55
Lucius Coelius Firmianus Lactantius
Venedig: J. Tacuinus, 1509. Deckel mit Wurmspuren, Stempel auf Titel, stellenweise zeitgenöss. Anstreichungen und Anmerkungen in Tinte, durchgehend im äußereren w. Rand mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren, sehr gutes Exemplar. Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus. Habes i hoc volumine lector optime diuina Lactantii Firmiani opera ... Habes etiã Joà. Chry. de Eucha. quãdaz expositiones... (interpræte H. Donato)... Venedig, J. Tacuinus 1509. Folio (32 x 21 cm). [12] n.n. Bl., CLX, XXII Bl. mit Titelholzschnitt, großer figürl. Anfangs-Initiale in Rot u. zahlr. ornamentalen Initialen. Prgt. d. Zt. mit kalligr. Rückentitel. Graesse IV, 66. Mortimer I, 246. STC Italian 366. Vgl. Adams L 12 (Ausg. von 1502). - Zweite Ausgabe bei Tacuino nach der von 1502, mit neuem Index und einigen Korrekturen. - „Cette éd. contient déjà plusieurs corrections attribuées à Tuccius et à Aldus. Aussi les passages grecs y ont été publiés pour la prem. fois correctement" (Graesse). - Schön gedruckte Werkausgabe des Lactantius, der noch einige kleinere Stücke anderer Autoren und Tertullians „Apologeticus adversus gentes" beigegeben sind. - Bei Lactantius wurde bei den Daten im Kolophon und am Schluß der Vorrede nur die Jahreszahl geändert (bei der Vorrede wohl irrtüml. auf 1510, vgl. Mortimer), Tag und Monat der Ausgabe 1502 beibehalten, der Anhang mit Tertullian mit eigenem Kolophon vom 9. November 1509. - „Sein Hauptwerk ist die „Religionslehre" (Divinae institutiones), die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache. Die Schrift „Über Gottes Kunstwerk" (De optificio dei) legt Schön … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe und Lutz (x-library) [Karlsruhe, DE]
2019-05-08 23:12:12
Lactantius, Lucius Coelius Firmianus.
Venedig, J. Tacuinus, 1509. Folio (32 x 21 cm). [12] n.n. Bl., CLX, XXII Bl. mit Titelholzschnitt, großer figürl. Anfangs-Initiale in Rot u. zahlr. ornamentalen Initialen. Prgt. d. Zt. mit kalligr. Rückentitel. Graesse IV, 66. Mortimer I, 246. STC Italian 366. Vgl. Adams L 12 (Ausg. von 1502). - Zweite Ausgabe bei Tacuino nach der von 1502, mit neuem Index und einigen Korrekturen. - "Cette éd. contient déjà plusieurs corrections attribuées à Tuccius et à Aldus. Aussi les passages grecs y ont été publiés pour la prem. fois correctement" (Graesse). - Schön gedruckte Werkausgabe des Lactantius, der noch einige kleinere Stücke anderer Autoren und Tertullians "Apologeticus adversus gentes" beigegeben sind. - Bei Lactantius wurde bei den Daten im Kolophon und am Schluß der Vorrede nur die Jahreszahl geändert (bei der Vorrede wohl irrtüml. auf 1510, vgl. Mortimer), Tag und Monat der Ausgabe 1502 beibehalten, der Anhang mit Tertullian mit eigenem Kolophon vom 9. November 1509. - "Sein Hauptwerk ist die "Religionslehre" (Divinae institutiones), die erste Gesamtdarstellung des christlichen Glaubens in lateinischer Sprache. Die Schrift "Über Gottes Kunstwerk" (De optificio dei) legt Schönheit und Zweckmäßigkeit des menschlichen Organismus dar, ohne christliche Anklänge; "Über den Zorn Gottes" (De ira dei) behandelt das schon von der Stoa und von Epikur erörterte Problem, ob der Gottheit Affekte zugeschieben werden können. Die Echtheit der Schrift "Über die Todesarten der Verfolger" (De mortibus persecutorum) ist umstritten. Wegen der Reinheit und Glätte seines Stils wurde L. von Human … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
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