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2020-05-26 20:54:03
MAILLARD, Olivier
Joannis Petit, 1512. In-8°, 171pp, (1); 152pp, (2), legatura in pergamena coeva, buone condizioni. Oliver Maillard (1430-1502) era un predicatore francescano bretone. Per i suoi sermoni di digiuno sia nelle chiese che nei luoghi pubblici è stato celebrato come potente e popolare. Dal 1493 al 1530, l'editore Jean Petit (anche: Ioannis Parvus) stampò circa un decimo di tutte le pubblicazioni a Parigi, oltre 10.000 volumi. Fu uno dei quattro maggiori rivenditori di libri all'Università di Parigi e contribuì molto alla diffusione del Rinascimento e dell'Umanesimo a Parigi. In-8°, 171pp, (1); 152pp, (2), vellum binding. Oliver Maillard (1430-1502) was a Breton Franciscan preacher. For his fasting sermons in both churches and public places he was celebrated as powerful and popular. From 1493 to 1530, the publisher Jean Petit (also: Ioannis Parvus) printed about a tenth of all publications in Paris, over 10,000 volumes. He was one of the four major book retailers at the University of Paris and contributed greatly to the spread of the Renaissance and Humanism in Paris.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [Italy]
2020-05-25 18:15:19
MAILLARD, Olivier
Joannis Petit 1512(ca); 1511, Parigi. In-8°, 171pp, (1); 152pp, (2), legatura in pergamena coeva, buone condizioni.Oliver Maillard (1430-1502) era un predicatore francescano bretone. Per i suoi sermoni di digiuno sia nelle chiese che nei luoghi pubblici è stato celebrato come potente e popolare. Dal 1493 al 1530, l'editore Jean Petit (anche: Ioannis Parvus) stampò circa un decimo di tutte le pubblicazioni a Parigi, oltre 10.000 volumi. Fu uno dei quattro maggiori rivenditori di libri all'Università di Parigi e contribuì molto alla diffusione del Rinascimento e dell'Umanesimo a Parigi. In-8°, 171pp, (1); 152pp, (2), vellum binding. Oliver Maillard (1430-1502) was a Breton Franciscan preacher. For his fasting sermons in both churches and public places he was celebrated as powerful and popular. From 1493 to 1530, the publisher Jean Petit (also: Ioannis Parvus) printed about a tenth of all publications in Paris, over 10,000 volumes. He was one of the four major book retailers at the University of Paris and contributed greatly to the spread of the Renaissance and Humanism in Paris.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2020-05-19 22:18:04
VEGETIUS RENATUS, Flavius. c. 383-c. 450
[Erfurt: Hans Knappe d.Ä.], 1512. Early 20th-century gilt-ruled vellum, flat spine and gilt morocco label, top edge gilt. THIS BLOCKBOOK IS THE SINGLE MOST EXTENSIVE REPERTOIRE OF MILITARY ICONOGRAPHY TO 1600.  Only Edition, issued without text. This served manuscript illuminators, printed book illustrators, nobles, generals, kings and military engineers. It has seventy-two more blocks than the German-language Vegetius Knappe issued the previous year. "The additional woodcuts...go into amazing detail: pieces of guns, ballistic curves, restraining leather straps, etc." (Hase, tr.).  We find armored cars, diving suits, cannon (one scheme with eight on a revolving platform for rapid fire), troop carriers, portable firearms, fortifications, a pneumatic "sleeping bag", armor, bladed weapons, projectiles, explosives, etc. The soldiers appear in early 16th-century (German) costume, as they would in contemporary art.  Though the blocks have been variously attributed, Hase shows they belong to a team of anonymous artists. The most original introduces elaborate landscapes, animals and identifiable flora.  The pencil notes in this copy correlate some images with those in Valturius, Das Feuerwerkbuch (Germanisches Museum Cod. 719) and a manuscript by Nürnberg gunner Johann Formschneider (BSB Cod. Germ. 734). In good condition (washed, some minor stains). ¶Warfare and the Age of Printing: Catalogue of Early Printed Books 3001 "Extremely rare; no other copies traceable" & illus. pp. 274-83; Hase, "Peter von Mainz und die Holzschnitte zu den von Hans Knappe in Er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-09 10:31:37
Kaysersberg (Kaisersberg), Johann Geiler von
Basel, Adam Petri. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Johann Geiler di Kaysersberg Christenlich Bilgerschafft 1512 Prima Edizione La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Dettagli dell'articolo La sentina cristiana crea nell'eterna vatterland, mostrata fruttuosamente in gychnuss e proprietà di un bilger usa e getta, che con flyss e ylent sta cercando citazioni heymut. Kaysersberg (Kaisersberg), Johann Geiler da: Basilea, Adam Petri, 1512. 4 nn. Foglio, 228 num. Foglio. 28 x 20 cm. Moderno nastro a mezza pergamena nello stile del tempo. Lingua: tedesco Numero ordine: 139877 Note: * VD16 G 727 - Procter 14274 - Dacheux XXIX, 55 - Heckethorn 145.8 - Hieronymus 131 u. illustrazione 601.1 - Lüthi, Graf 129f., 18 u. 50i - Muther 1292 - Panzer, DA I, 336, 707. - Non con Adams e Weller . - Prima edizione. - "L'autore. presenta il cristo. La vita come pellegrinaggio [.,, ] racconta esempi e aneddoti, sceglie battute grossolane e confronti drastici che provengono dalla sfera dell'intuizione dello spettatore "(KLL I, 2507f.). - Importante raccolta di sermoni di questo predicatore molto importante del suo tempo, che fu chiamato "il trombone della cattedrale di Strasburgo". I suoi testi - scritti dagli ascoltatori e quindi tramandati - sono accattivanti anche per la gente comune perché a loro piace spiegare dettagliatamente lo stesso pensiero, usare allegorie, parabole, narrazioni, proverbi e detti popolari in gran numero e affrontare ruvidezza e commedia, mostra come amava l'età, familiare."(NDB 6, 150). - Le xil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-05-08 09:32:02
LEMAIRE DE BELGES, Jean.
Paris: Geoffroy de Marnef, [c. 1512]. Quarto (237 x 174 mm), ff. [18]. Late 19th-century red half morocco, titles and decorations in gilt direct to spine, marbled boards and endpapers, blue silk page-marker. Light rubbing to binding, titles page a touch foxed, else internally fresh; an attractive copy. Wood-engraved arms of the author on the title page, full-page arms of Louis XII and Anne of Brittany, publisher's device to verso of last leaf, and 11 historiated or foliated opening initials. Early edition of Lemaire's pamphlet defending Louis XII's ambitions of Venetian conquest. First published at Lyons in 1509 by Jehan de Vingle, La legend des Venitiens was composed at the behest of Louis XII, and "adroitly devised to influence public opinion" (Spaak) as to the legitimacy of the War of the League of Cambrai against the Republic of Venice, started in April 1509. The League of Cambrai was a military coalition comprising Louis XII of France, Ferdinand II of Aragon, the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, and Pope Julius II. By the time the present edition was published, all had switched sides and allied against Louis XII, resulting in one of Lemaire's most virulent publication: the Traité de la différence des schismes (1511). The author, Jean Lemaire de Belges (1473-c. 1555), was a Walloon historian and pamphleteer, one of the best poet of the school of rhetoricians, and forerunner of the Renaissance humanists in France and Flanders. The probable date of this printing comes from the fact that Lemaire was named "Indiciaire et historiographe de la Royne", Anne of Brittany, around … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA/ ILAB. [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-16 05:58:05
SAINT-VICTOR (Hugues de).
94184 SAINT-VICTOR (Hugues de). Questiones cocinnæ et argutæ, qcqd erat in Divi P 1512 SAINT-VICTOR (Hugues de). Questiones cocinnæ et argutæ, qcqd erat in Divi Pauli epistolis obscurum, mira brevitate elucidantes nusquam antehac impressæ. Louvain, in Aedibus Theodorici Martini Alostensis, 1512. in-4. CXXIff. 7ff. (nombreuses erreurs de pagination). Plein vélin souple du temps, titre inscrit à l'encre sur le plat supérieur (petits défauts). Edition Originale rarissime des commentaires d'Hugues de Saint-Victor (1096-1141) sur les épîtres de St-Paul. Originaire de Saxe, ce moine théologien et philosophe fut l'un des penseurs qui eurent le plus d'influence sur la vie intellectuelle du Moyen-Age."L'œuvre qu'il a laissée est considérable. À l'exception de quelques traités réédités, elle n'est malheureusement accessible que dans des éditions très défectueuses, dont celle de Migne (Patrologia latina, t. CLXXV-CLXXVII, Paris, 1854), qui ne fait d'ailleurs qu'en reproduire de plus anciennes, mêle des ouvrages authentiques à d'autres qui ne le sont pas et en néglige d'importants. Telle que nous la connaissons, cependant, l'œuvre de Hugues témoigne de l'extraordinaire curiosité intellectuelle et de la vaste culture de ce maître, qui recommandait à ses disciples de tout apprendre parce que, disait-il, rien n'est inutile" (Encyclopædia Universalis).Cette précieuse édition fut imprimée à Louvain par le célèbre Thierry Martens d'Alost, qui fut le premier imprimeur de la Belgique et le premier à utiliser dans les Pays-Bas les lettres romaines et l'alphabet grec; c'est le premier ouvrage im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-11 16:08:12
1512. Vincenzo BANDELLO - Ad Illustrissimum & excellentissimum ducem d. d. Herculem Estensem epistola fratris Vincentii de castro novo ordinis predicatorum narrativa disputationis facte de materia conceptionis beate virginis Marie coram celsitudine sua feliciter incipit - 1512. Impressum Mediolani apud Leonardum Vegium anno Domini MDXJJ Die V Martii. Mezza pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso, annotazioni manoscritte al piatto anteriore; 16°, cm 15; cc. 84; restauri alla legatura ed alle prime ed ultime due carte, rari fori di tarlo che intaccano qualche lettera, nel complesso discreto esemplare rifilato. Testo in latino in caratteri gotici; capilettera xilografati; note manoscritta e timbro alla prima carta. L'argomento decisivo in favore della tesi del concepimento di Maria senza peccato originale fu esposto dal francescano Giovanni Duns Scoto mentre San Tommaso d'Aquino e tutti i domenicani dell'epoca erano contrari a ritenere Maria esente da questo stigma. Prima ed unica edizione, rara a reperirsi sul mercato
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-04-03 14:12:10
AEGINETA, Paolo.
Parisijs, ex Officina Henrici Stephani, 1512. Praecepta Salubria, Guilielmo Copo Basiliensi interprete. Parisijs, ex Officina Henrici Stephani, 1512. In-4° (20,2 cm x 13,5 cm). Carte (40). Segnatura: a4, b8, c4, d8, e4, f8, g4. Legatura del '900 in piena pergamena rigida, autore e titolo impressi in oro sul dorso. Al recto della prima carta una grande e raffinata xilografia rappresenta San Lorenzo martire entro un' elegante bordura architettonica di gusto rinascimentale. Alla carta b1(r), una xilografia inserita nel testo rappresenta l' autore (Guglielmo Koch) nell' atto di srotolare un cartiglio entro una cornice tonda a motivi di grottesche. Numerosi capilettera finemente incisi su legno. Alcune glosse manoscritte da mano coeva. Tagli spruzzati azzurri. Alcune lievi e sporadiche bruniture su poche carte ma esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione generale. Seconda edizione (1° ed. 1510) , in tutto identica alla prima, dei precetti di sanità di Paolo di Egina tradotti dal greco in latino da Guglielmo Copo. Questo testo costituiva la prima sezione (dedicata a generali norme mediche e dietetiche, di cui molte indirizzate alle donne) di un' enciclopedia medica in sette parti compilata attorno al VII secolo d.C. L Egineta fu l' ultimo esponente della tradizione dei grandi medici alessandrini, "the last important product of Alexandria, and a compiler whose works were consulted well into the Renaissance". (Heirs of Hippocrates). Bibliografia: BM-STC France, p. 342; Brunet, I, pp. 59-60; Durling, 3571; Hoffmann, III, 46; Moreau, 423; Renouard, 12, n. 11; Manca a Garris& … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Dentis (ALAI - ILAB) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2020-04-01 13:22:11
Heinrich Seuse
Augsburg: Hans Otmar für Johann Rynmann, 1512. Sehr gute und originale Erhaltung. Sauberes und breitrandiges Exemplar auf festem Büttenpapier. Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt und in den Rändern partiell etwas fingerfleckig und fleckig. Lage A mit zwei kleinen, unauffälligen Wurmlöchlein. Bis Lage H hält sich ein winziges, unauffälliges Wurmlöchlein. ein unauffälliges Wurmloch. Lage J-L mit kleinem Wurmgang in Bugnähe im unteren Randbereich. Lage Y/Z mit Wurmgang im unteren breiten Rand. Einige wenige kleine Einrisse im Randbereich. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS DIE BIBEL DER SEELSORGE & DAS BUCH DER WEISHEIT "Diss buch das da gedicht hat der erleücht vater Amandus, genant Seüß ...." SELTENE ZWEITE DEUTSCHE AUSGABE ANNO 1512 AUGSBURG, HANS OTMAR FÜR JOHANN RYNMANN HOLZSCHNITTE VON SCHÄUFFELEIN & BURGKMAIR DIE BIBEL DER SEELSORGE: DAS BÜCHLEIN DER WEISHEIT MIT HOLZSCHNITTEN VON HANS SCHÄUFELEIN UND HANS BURGKMAIR HEINRICH SEUSES ASKESE UND MYSTIK, AUGSBURG, OTMAR 1512 __________________________________________________________________ AUTOR Heinrich Seuse (1295 - 1366), mittelalterlicher Mystiker und Dominikaner, der in Konstanz und Ulm, am Oberrhein und in der Schweiz wirkte. Er wird in der katholischen Kirche als Seliger verehrt. TITEL "Diss buch das da gedicht hat der erleücht vater Amandus, genant Seüß. begreift in jm vil guter gaistlicher leeren wie der mensch, so er sich gewendt hat von got zu der creatur, ainen widerker sol tun zu seinem ersten vrsprung der da got ist, und wie er sich haben solin sein selbs un aller creatur gelassenhai … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, Germany]
2020-03-13 00:40:30
Erasmus Desiderius Roterodamus
Strasbourg Matthias Schürer 1512. Very early printing of Schürer edition of the Adagia, preceeded only by the unauthorized edition of 1510. Small 4to (mm 197x142), in vellum backed marbled boards, with vellum corner pieces, lettered on the spine in manuscript. [4ff], 57ff, [7ff] pp. An extremely well preserved example of this rare and important work, very minor occasional stains as expected, neat corner repairs to the last few pages of the index, neat reattachment of the opening leaf, occasional old marginalia, the binding very attractive and proper. A VERY EARLY EDITION OF ERASMUS, PRINTED BY HIS FAITHFUL FRIEND, MATTHIAS SCHURER. Schürer learned the printer's trade with Martin Flach, his cousin, then Hans Knoblauch, his uncle. He published Huminist texts almost exclusively and would publish 15 works of Erasmus in over seventy editions. It is interesting that his relationship with Erasmus began with a rather rough start. Schürer first published a 1510 edition of the Adagia without authorization and from a purloined copy of the first edition of 1500. The ADAGIA is Erasmus's heavily annotated collection of Greek and Latin proverbs. It is "one of the most monumental . ever assembled" - Speroni. The work reflects a typical Renaissance attitude toward classical texts: to wit, that they were fit for appropriation and amplification, as expressions of a timeless wisdom first uncovered by the classical authors. It is, as well, an expression of the new Humanism. The ADAGIA could only have been possible in the new world of European education, in which careful attention to a broader r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buddenbrooks, Inc. [Newburyport, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-03-04 22:37:29
1512. Vincenzo BANDELLO - Ad Illustrissimum & excellentissimum ducem d. d. Herculem Estensem epistola fratris Vincentii de castro novo ordinis predicatorum narrativa disputationis facte de materia conceptionis beate virginis Marie coram celsitudine sua feliciter incipit - 1512. Impressum Mediolani apud Leonardum Vegium anno Domini MDXJJ Die V Martii. Mezza pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso, annotazioni manoscritte al piatto anteriore; 16°, cm 15; cc. 84; restauri alla legatura ed alle prime ed ultime due carte, rari fori di tarlo che intaccano qualche lettera, nel complesso discreto esemplare rifilato. Testo in latino in caratteri gotici; capilettera xilografati; note manoscritta e timbro alla prima carta. L'argomento decisivo in favore della tesi del concepimento di Maria senza peccato originale fu esposto dal francescano Giovanni Duns Scoto mentre San Tommaso d'Aquino e tutti i domenicani dell'epoca erano contrari a ritenere Maria esente da questo stigma. Prima ed unica edizione, rara a reperirsi sul mercato
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-03-04 18:46:06
Tommaso d'Aquino, San. ma Matteo da Cracovia
Impressa Florentiæ, quartadecima die Augusti 1512 , Virginis Matris Assumptioni Vigilia (Bartolomeo di Libri o Giovanni Stefano di Carlo, 14 Agosto 1512). in-4 (mm 189x127), ff. a-p4 elegante legatura del secolo scorso in vitellino nocciola, riquadro di filetti in oro ai piatti, titolo e note tipografiche al dorso a nervetti, tagli dor. Edizione di eccezionale rarità ed importanza per la storia della bibliografia, ritenuto il primo libro con un antiporta inciso in rame che riporti il titolo dell'opera. Il rame ? attribuito al grande incisore e orafo fiorentino Cristofano di Michele detto Robetta (1462-1535) ? essendo di formato maggiore rispetto al blocco del testo, risulta rifilato di 15 mm lungo il lato esterno e di 8 mm lungo quello inferiore; mentre l'intero lato superiore, che riporta il titolo su due linee in capitali, fortunatamente è stato ripiegato di circa un cm per essere preservato nell'attuale rilegatura. Una stretta porzione del margine esterno e superiore anticamente rinforzati al verso; nel bianco de primo f. di testo timbro circolare di Walter Ashburner (1864-1936), grande bibliofilo, professore ad Oxford e co-fondatore del British Institute di Firenze, dove conservò la propria ricca biblioteca poi dispersa in asta nel 1938.La splendida incisione, ascrivibile quantomeno all'ambito del raffinatissimo Robetta, raffigura Tommaso inginocchiato che su un altare porge il suo libro al Cristo in croce e contiene varie frasi: "Neapoli adhuc Thoma extat q. locutum crucifix", posta sull'architrave tra le due colonne, si riferisce al secondo soggiorno napoletano di Tom … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2020-02-29 22:00:49
1512. Vincenzo BANDELLO - Ad Illustrissimum & excellentissimum ducem d. d. Herculem Estensem epistola fratris Vincentii de castro novo ordinis predicatorum narrativa disputationis facte de materia conceptionis beate virginis Marie coram celsitudine sua feliciter incipit - 1512. Impressum Mediolani apud Leonardum Vegium anno Domini MDXJJ Die V Martii. Mezza pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso, annotazioni manoscritte al piatto anteriore; 16°, cm 15; cc. 84; restauri alla legatura ed alle prime ed ultime due carte, rari fori di tarlo che intaccano qualche lettera, nel complesso discreto esemplare rifilato. Testo in latino in caratteri gotici; capilettera xilografati; note manoscritta e timbro alla prima carta. L'argomento decisivo in favore della tesi del concepimento di Maria senza peccato originale fu esposto dal francescano Giovanni Duns Scoto mentre San Tommaso d'Aquino e tutti i domenicani dell'epoca erano contrari a ritenere Maria esente da questo stigma. Prima ed unica edizione, rara a reperirsi sul mercato
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
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2020-02-03 09:21:05
Bonaventura (Saint).
Nuremberg, Hieronymus Höltzel for Caspar Rosentaler in Schwaz, 7 April 1512. 4to (158 x 198 mm). (106) ff. Title-page with large woodcut vignette of St. Francis receiving the stigmata, 57 woodcuts in total (including duplicates) by Wolf Traut, 5 of which full-page, all with fine contemporary hand-coloring. Contemporary full pigskin over wooden boards with bevelled edges, panelled and decorated in blind. Spine with raised bands in four compartments. Remains of clasps. Edges stained blue. The rare first German edition of Bonaventura's life of St Francis ("Legenda major beati Francisci"), printed by Höltzel on behalf and at the expense of the Tyrolean benefactor of the Franciscan church in Schwaz, Caspar Rosenthaler. - This volume, a remarkable copy in contemporary colour, is also the first to incorporate Wolf Traut's striking woodcuts, ranking among the artist's masterpieces (while some are dated, none are signed). The Nuremberg artist, a student of Albrecht Dürer's, completed 51 woodcuts for this work, which would prove to be his greatest contribution to illustrated books. Traut was in Dürer's workshop from 1505, or possibly earlier, when he produced woodcuts for Pinder's "Der beschlossen Gart des Rosenkrantz Marie". - Binding somewhat rubbed and bumped. F3 and V1 with marginal repairs, L1, O1, and T4 torn and restored with loss of text. Some minor spotting or staining, one or two instances of marginal worming. - Provenance: Paul Kramer (contemporary ink signature and motto, "Omnia cum deo", to front free endpaper). Virtue and Cahill Library of Portsmouth Cathedral (oversize … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2020-01-29 18:59:04
1512. Manuscrit ancien de la célèbre prophétie d'Orval. 3 pages manuscrites commençant par la mention suivante: "Prophétie admirable tirée d'un vieux manuscrit imprimé sous le règne de François 1er roi de France l'an 1512 = copié sur l'original en 1793" (voir photos) Découverte pendant la Révolution à l'abbaye d'Orval et annonçant notamment la mort de Louis XVI et la Révolution française, la prophétie d'Orval débute en 1777 avec l'arrivée en France de Napoléon Bonaparte, l'un des plus anciens exemplaires ayant été imprimé en 1544 sous le titre de Prophéties d'un reclus. Très rare document ancien.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2020-01-26 07:21:42
1512. Un esemplare molto fresco e genuino della importante prima edizione di un significativo testo cinquecentesco di scienze politiche. LOTTINI Giovanni Francesco (1512-1572) AVVEDIMENTI C I V I L I , DI M. GIOVANFRANCESCO LOTTINI DA VOLTERRA. FIRENZE nella stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli 1574 Un volume in quarto (cm. 21 X 15) di pagine (24), 245, (3). Al frontespizio la marca tipografica xilografica di Bartolomeo Sermartelli (entro una grande ed elaborata cornice, una tartaruga porta sul guscio una vela con il giglio fiorentino, gonfiata dal vento; con il motto "Festina lente"); alcune grandi iniziali xilografiche nel testo. BELLA LEGATURA ANTICA in piena pelle marrone con il dorso a cinque nervi riccamente decorato agli scomparti, e il titolo abbreviato impresso in oro; sguardie originali; tagli colorati a spruzzo; professionali restauri alle cerniere e agli angoli. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, FRESCO E MARGINOSO; qualche antica, nitida nota marginale manoscritta. Edizione originale postuma, curata da Girolamo Lottini fratello dell'autore, il cui nome appare in calce alla dedica. Nacque a Volterra nel 1512 ove visse e studiò sino ai venti anni, Visse poi a Roma e in varie città d'Italia presso varie famiglie nobili (Torelli, Este, Orsini, Sforza) frequentando molti intellettuali del tempo, tra i quali Michelangelo. Negli anni quaranta entrò al servizio di Cosimo I de Medici e la sua vita ebbe una svolta importante. Ebbe delicate missioni come segretario del Duca. Uomo violento e passionale, falsario e in odore di luteranesimo, avventuriero spregiudicato fu però costretto a una … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-01-23 09:17:08
Heinrich Seuse
Augsburg: Hans Otmar für Johann Rynmann, 1512. Sehr gute und originale Erhaltung. Sauberes und breitrandiges Exemplar auf festem Büttenpapier. Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt und in den Rändern partiell etwas fingerfleckig und fleckig. Lage A mit zwei kleinen, unauffälligen Wurmlöchlein. Bis Lage H hält sich ein winziges, unauffälliges Wurmlöchlein. ein unauffälliges Wurmloch. Lage J-L mit kleinem Wurmgang in Bugnähe im unteren Randbereich. Lage Y/Z mit Wurmgang im unteren breiten Rand. Einige wenige kleine Einrisse im Randbereich. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS DIE BIBEL DER SEELSORGE & DAS BUCH DER WEISHEIT "Diss buch das da gedicht hat der erleücht vater Amandus, genant Seüß ...." SELTENE ZWEITE DEUTSCHE AUSGABE ANNO 1512 AUGSBURG, HANS OTMAR FÜR JOHANN RYNMANN HOLZSCHNITTE VON SCHÄUFFELEIN & BURGKMAIR DIE BIBEL DER SEELSORGE: DAS BÜCHLEIN DER WEISHEIT MIT HOLZSCHNITTEN VON HANS SCHÄUFELEIN UND HANS BURGKMAIR HEINRICH SEUSES ASKESE UND MYSTIK, AUGSBURG, OTMAR 1512 __________________________________________________________________ AUTOR Heinrich Seuse (1295 - 1366), mittelalterlicher Mystiker und Dominikaner, der in Konstanz und Ulm, am Oberrhein und in der Schweiz wirkte. Er wird in der katholischen Kirche als Seliger verehrt. TITEL "Diss buch das da gedicht hat der erleücht vater Amandus, genant Seüß. begreift in jm vil guter gaistlicher leeren wie der mensch, so er sich gewendt hat von got zu der creatur, ainen widerker sol tun zu seinem ersten vrsprung der da got ist, und wie er sich haben solin sein selbs un aller creatur gelassenhai … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
2020-01-20 19:43:07
1512. T. LIVII PATAVINI HISTORIARUM AB URBE CONDITA, LIBRI, QUI EXTANT, XXXV. CUM UNIVERSAE HISTORIAE EPITOMIS ADIUNCTIS SCHOLIJS CAROLI SIGONII, QUIBUS IJDEM LIBRI, ATQUE EPITOMAE PARTIM EMENDANTUR, PARTIM ETIAM EXPLANANTUR. SECUNDA EDITIO CUM PRIVILEGIO PONTIFICIS MAXIMI, & SENATUS VENETI, AD ANNOS XX VENETIIS, APUD PAULUM MANUTIUM, ALDI F. MDLXVI LEGATO CON : CAROLI SIGONII SCHOLIA, QUIBUS T. LIVII PATAVINI HISTORIAE, ET EARUM EPITOMAE PARTIM EMENDANTUR, PARTIM ETIAM EXPLANANTUR. EIUSDEM IN EOSDEM LIBROS CHRONOLOGIA, IPSORUMMET AUCTORUM VERBIS CONFIRMATA. SECUNDA EDITIO CUM PRIVILEGIO PONTIFICIS MAXIMI, & SENATUS VENETI, AD ANNOS XV VENETIIS, APUD PAULUM MANUTIUM, ALDI F. MDLXVI LEGATO CON : CAROLI SIGONII LIVIANORUM SCHOLIORUM ALIQUOT DEFENSIONES ADVERUS . GLAREANUM . ET . ROBORTELLUM EX PRIVILEGIO MAXIMILIANI II IMP. CAES. AUG. IN AEDIBUS MANUTIANIS VENETIIS MDLXXII TRE PARTI IN UN VOLUME IN 4° (CM. 30,5 X 20) LII CARTE N.N. (OVVERO INDICI) + 399 CARTE+1 BIANCA + 107 CARTE (OVVERO SCHOLIA)+1 BIANCA +52 PAGINE (OVVERO DEFENSIONES) FRONTESPIZI CON SPLENDIDE MARCHE TIPOGRAFICHE MANUZIANE E NUMEROSI CAPILETTERA XILOGRAFICI BELLA LEGATURA MODERNA IN TUTTA PERGAMENA CON TITOLO MANOSCRITTO AL DORSO TIMBRETTO DI POSSESSO ALLA SECONDA DI COPERTINA ESEMPLARE MARGINOSO E FRESCO SEGNALO DISEGNO MANOSCRITTO APPOSTO NELL' OVALE DELLA TESTATINA DELLA SCHOLIA E SEGNI ALLA SARTA BIANCA TRA L'OPERA LIVIANA E LA SCHOLIA HO MOTIVO DI RITENERE CHE LE ULTIME CARTE DELLE DEFENSIONES SIANO STATE RESTAURATE E FORSE RIGENERATE DA ABILISSIMA MANO CON RISULTATO DI GRANDE QUALITA' (VEDI FOTO ALLEG … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: passaespassaretrò (passaespassa) [napoli, NA, Italy]
2020-01-18 07:34:25
1512. Un esemplare molto fresco e genuino della importante prima edizione di un significativo testo cinquecentesco di scienze politiche. LOTTINI Giovanni Francesco (1512-1572) AVVEDIMENTI C I V I L I , DI M. GIOVANFRANCESCO LOTTINI DA VOLTERRA. FIRENZE nella stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli 1574 Un volume in quarto (cm. 21 X 15) di pagine (24), 245, (3). Al frontespizio la marca tipografica xilografica di Bartolomeo Sermartelli (entro una grande ed elaborata cornice, una tartaruga porta sul guscio una vela con il giglio fiorentino, gonfiata dal vento; con il motto "Festina lente"); alcune grandi iniziali xilografiche nel testo. BELLA LEGATURA ANTICA in piena pelle marrone con il dorso a cinque nervi riccamente decorato agli scomparti, e il titolo abbreviato impresso in oro; sguardie originali; tagli colorati a spruzzo; professionali restauri alle cerniere e agli angoli. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE, FRESCO E MARGINOSO; qualche antica, nitida nota marginale manoscritta. Edizione originale postuma, curata da Girolamo Lottini fratello dell'autore, il cui nome appare in calce alla dedica. Nacque a Volterra nel 1512 ove visse e studiò sino ai venti anni, Visse poi a Roma e in varie città d'Italia presso varie famiglie nobili (Torelli, Este, Orsini, Sforza) frequentando molti intellettuali del tempo, tra i quali Michelangelo. Negli anni quaranta entrò al servizio di Cosimo I de Medici e la sua vita ebbe una svolta importante. Ebbe delicate missioni come segretario del Duca. Uomo violento e passionale, falsario e in odore di luteranesimo, avventuriero spregiudicato fu però costretto a una … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, IT]
2020-01-17 08:49:02
Kaysersberg (Kaisersberg), Johann Geiler von
Basel, Adam Petri, 1512. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Johann Geiler Von Kaysersberg Christenlich Bilgerschafft 1512 Prima Edizione La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Dettagli del prodotto Christenlich Bilger riesce a paese vatter eterna, visualizzata fruttuosamente in gychnuss e crea intrinsecamente un wegfertigen bilgers che cerca peccato Heymut zitlich con flyss e ylent. Kaysersberg (Kaisersberg), Johann Geiler di: Basilea, Adam Petri, 1512. 4 nn. Foglio, 228 num. Foglio. 28 x 20 cm. Moderna banda a mezza scroll nello stile del tempo. Lingua: tedesco Numero d'ordine: 139877 Note: * VD16 G 727 - Procter 14274 - Dacheux XXIX, 55 - Heckethorn 145.8 - Hieronymus 131 u. Fig. 601.1 50i - Muther 1292 - Panzer, DA I, 336, 707. - Non con Adams e Weller. - Prima edizione. - "L'autore presenta in 25 sermoni vita christl come pellegrinaggio è [...] racconta esempio e aneddoti seleziona scherzi rustici e confronti drammatici che provengono dalla sfera percezione dei suoi ascoltatori." (KLL I, 2507f.). - Importante raccolta di sermoni di questo importante predicatore del suo tempo, che fu chiamato "il trombone della cattedrale di Strasburgo". Seine - mitgeschriebenen dagli ascoltatori e così tradizionali - Testi "sono accattivante e per la gente comune perché a loro piace di spiegare la stessa idea in dettaglio, con allegorie, parabole, storie, proverbi e detti popolari numero ricco e con la schiettezza e umorismo, come amava l'età, mostra familiarità. " (NDB 6, 150). - Le xilografie di Urs Graf sono … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2020-01-16 00:25:52
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Bulino, datato e monogrammato in lastra, in alto al centro "1512/AD". Seconda variante (di tre) descritta da Meder. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Tavola 4 della serie "La Passione Incisa", che mostra Cristo, con la testa china tenuto per le braccia da due guardie, al cospetto di Caifa. Al tema della Passione di Cristo Dürer dedicò tre diverse serie di stampe: due tratte da matrici xilografiche e note comunemente la Grande Passione e la Piccola Passione, entrambe pubblicate nel 1511; e infine la Passione Incisa che consiste di sedici fogli incisi a bulino. l primi lavori risalgono al periodo che segue il secondo soggiorno veneziano di Dürer (1507). Gli ultimi sono realizzati nel 1513, l'anno della loro pubblicazione. Rispetto alle xilografie, la Passione incisa non è accompagnata da un testo. A differenza delle stampe xilografiche, più popolari, queste incisioni sono state progettate per attrarre un mercato più esclusivo di intenditori e collezionisti. Poiché è stata realizzata nell'arco di sei anni, è probabile che le singole immagini siano state vendute separatamente. La serie è stata anche venduta in set per uso devozionale ed è stata ampiamente copiata da altri stampatori. "Engraving, dated and monogrammed on plate at centre top "1512/AD". Magnificient example, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to the marginal line, in excellent condition. Meder b. Plate 4 from the series 'The Engraved Passion'. The Engraved Passion (1507-1513) was one … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-13 05:11:10
Albrecht DURER (Norimberga 1471 - 1528)
Bulino, datato e monogrammato in lastra, in alto al centro "1512/AD". Seconda variante (di tre) descritta da Meder. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Tavola 4 della serie "La Passione Incisa", che mostra Cristo, con la testa china tenuto per le braccia da due guardie, al cospetto di Caifa. Al tema della Passione di Cristo Dürer dedicò tre diverse serie di stampe: due tratte da matrici xilografiche e note comunemente la Grande Passione e la Piccola Passione, entrambe pubblicate nel 1511; e infine la Passione Incisa che consiste di sedici fogli incisi a bulino. l primi lavori risalgono al periodo che segue il secondo soggiorno veneziano di Dürer (1507). Gli ultimi sono realizzati nel 1513, l'anno della loro pubblicazione. Rispetto alle xilografie, la Passione incisa non è accompagnata da un testo. A differenza delle stampe xilografiche, più popolari, queste incisioni sono state progettate per attrarre un mercato più esclusivo di intenditori e collezionisti. Poiché è stata realizzata nell'arco di sei anni, è probabile che le singole immagini siano state vendute separatamente. La serie è stata anche venduta in set per uso devozionale ed è stata ampiamente copiata da altri stampatori. "Engraving, dated and monogrammed on plate at centre top "1512/AD". Magnificient example, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to the marginal line, in excellent condition. Meder b. Plate 4 from the series 'The Engraved Passion'. The Engraved Passion (1507-1513) was one … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-11 18:11:22
Josephus, Flavius
Soterinus, Petrus/Giunta, Philip-Florence, Italy. Hardcover. Very Good. This 1512 edition in Tuscan language. Book in very good condition, rebound in leather with new end papers and paste-downs. All else original. Some soiling, stains and foxing. Housed in a custom-made slipcase.
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-01-10 16:07:36
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1512. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1512 Fasti by OVID Mythology Roman Gods Latin Marsus Commentary Post Incunable ILLUSTRATED woodcuts SHAKESPEARE Influence An extremely rare post-incunable printing of Ovid's The Fasti with commentary by Paolo Marsus. Marsi's commentary on Ovid's Fasti had a 'supplemental influence' on William Shakespeare's 'The Rape of Lucrece' and primarly drew most of his material from Ovid for that work.While Marsus was most known for this commentary, originally written ca. 1460, he was also among other 15th-century poets who praised homoeroticism in their works. The Fasti (traditionally known in English as the "Book of Days") is a six-book Latin poem written by the Roman poet Ovid and published in 8 AD. Ovid is believed to have left the Fasti incomplete when he was exiled to Tomis by the emperor Augustus in 8 AD. Written in elegiac couplets and drawing on conventions of Greek and Latin didactic poetry, the Fasti is structured as a series of eye-witness reports and interviews by the first-person vates ("poet-prophet" or "bard") with Roman deities, who explain the origins of Roman holidays and associated customs--often with multiple aetiologies. Publius Ovidius Naso (43 BC - AD 17), known as Ovid in the English-speaking world, was a Roman poet who lived during the reign of Augustus. He was a contemporary of the older Virgil and Horace with whom he is often ranked as one of the three canonical poets of Latin literature. We find only one other 1512 example of this same title for sale elsewhere! Co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2020-01-06 01:57:25
1512. Manuscrit ancien de la célèbre prophétie d'Orval. 3 pages manuscrites commençant par la mention suivante: "Prophétie admirable tirée d'un vieux manuscrit imprimé sous le règne de François 1er roi de France l'an 1512 = copié sur l'original en 1793" (voir photos) Découverte pendant la Révolution à l'abbaye d'Orval et annonçant notamment la mort de Louis XVI et la Révolution française, la prophétie d'Orval débute en 1777 avec l'arrivée en France de Napoléon Bonaparte, l'un des plus anciens exemplaires ayant été imprimé en 1544 sous le titre de Prophéties d'un reclus. Très rare document ancien.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2020-01-02 13:50:08
Octavius MIRANDULA
LYON: 1512. Viridarium illustrium poetarum cum ipsorum cocordantiis in alphabetica tabula accuratissime cotentis. Octavius Mirandula. 1512. Recueil de textes des poètes de l'antiquité et du moyen-âge. Le Viridarium illustrium poetarum est une anthologie des poètes latins de l'antiquité et du moyen âge, accompagnée d'une table des matières, qui permet de retrouver pour chaque thème des vers célèbres. Cette sorte d'ouvrage était utile aux élèves et aux écrivains pour émailler leurs ouvrages de citations adéquates, ainsi qu'aux poètes néo-latins de la Renaissance. Octavuis Mirandula. Edité par Gilbert de Villiers a Lyon. Le dos présente une déchirure et un manque,interieur complet et en très bon état. 17 X 12 X 4.5 cm. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: anticdeco2012 [ Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur, FR]
2019-12-31 04:02:06
Council of Pisa (2nd, 1511–1512).
Parisiis: Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, [1512]. Parisiis: Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, [1512]. 4to (20.5 cm, 8''). [20] ff. First edition of this work, published as a consequence of the Second Council of Pisa, intended for a French readership, on the notorious Council of Basel (1431–49), which among other things led to the creation of an Anti-Pope. This is one of two issues published by Jean Petit with slightly different imprints and his superb woodcut armorial device on the title-pages. Petit printed it in a roman font with Gothic type headings and a variety of woodcut initials. Like Council of Constance, the Council of Basel tackled the consequences of the Avignonese schism, reassessing critically the doctrine of papal supremacy. The Libellus, printed in the year of the "Conciliabulum" of Pisa, another independent synod, indicted by Louis XII of France and unauthorized by Julius II, focused on the limitations imposed by the Council on papal authority, concerning ecclesiastical benefices and simony. Evidence of readership: In 1519, a Reformed annotator inscribed on the verso of the title-page, in a German hand, a curious and obscure verse satire against "Simon, prelatum et commissarium gratie" — i.e., "Simon Peter/St. Peter, the first vicar of Christ and the Catholic justification of papal supremacy." We have only been able to trace this text (with minimal variation) in a German manuscript miscellany (Newberry MS 63) — later in the possession of the humanist Jakob Wimpfelin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
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2019-12-20 08:35:54
Decio, Filippo.
[Lyon?: Jacques Sacon?, ca.1512?]. 8vo (13.8 cm, 5.5’). [8] ff. Obscure edition — probably one of two recorded copies only — of this conciliarist speech given in defence of the notorious "Conciliabulum of Pisa" (Council of Pisa), indicted against Pope Julius II by Louis XII of France, with the assistance of four cardinals. The jurist and humanist Filippo Decio (1454–1535), siding with the King whilst upholding his own orthodoxy, was asked to produce this oration a few weeks after the beginning of the assembly, to defend the synod which was being transferred to Milan for safety reasons. Decio justified the Council as a "healthy remedy" for church reform, and argued, in the wake of the medieval conciliary tradition, for its legitimacy and authority over the Pope. Julius II excommunicated the presiding cardinals in January 1512, calling for the Fifth Lateran Council in April.    A study of the type suggests that this edition was probably printed, covertly, by Jacques Sacon in Lyon. In 1512, the cardinals had moved from Milan to Lyon; Decio too arrived in Lyon in June 1512, and, a couple of months later, two of his juridical works were printed by Sacon. The => handsome woodcut on the title-page of this edition, which bears strong German influences, portrays cardinals, the Holy Roman Emperor, and the King of France, surmounted by the dove of the Holy Spirit . It was drawn after the woodcut on the first (probably Milanese) octavo edition of this pamphlet, ca.1511, another in quarto having been printed in Pavia.    Provenance: Most recently in the library of American collector Alb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [United States]
2019-12-20 05:58:19
Council of Pisa (2nd, 1511–1512).
Parisiis: Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, [1512]. 4to (20.5 cm, 8’’). [20] ff. First edition of this work, published as a consequence of the Second Council of Pisa, intended for a French readership, on the notorious Council of Basel (1431–49), which among other things led to the creation of an Anti-Pope. This is one of two issues published by Jean Petit with slightly different imprints and his superb woodcut armorial device on the title-pages. Petit printed it in a roman font with Gothic type headings and a variety of woodcut initials.    Like Council of Constance, the Council of Basel tackled the consequences of the Avignonese schism, reassessing critically the doctrine of papal supremacy. The Libellus, printed in the year of the "Conciliabulum" of Pisa, another independent synod, indicted by Louis XII of France and unauthorized by Julius II, focused on the limitations imposed by the Council on papal authority, concerning ecclesiastical benefices and simony.    Evidence of readership: In 1519, a Reformed annotator inscribed on the verso of the title-page, in a German hand, a curious and obscure verse satire against "Simon, prelatum et commissarium gratie" — i.e., "Simon Peter/St. Peter, the first vicar of Christ and the Catholic justification of papal supremacy." We have only been able to trace this text (with minimal variation) in a German manuscript miscellany (Newberry MS 63) — later in the possession of the humanist Jakob Wimpfeling — where it is dated 1518 (Herding, "Zu einer humanistischen Handschrift," 158). The satire be … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-19 02:38:10
Decio, Filippo.
Jacques Sacon?, 1512. Obscure edition -- probably one of two recorded copies only -- of this conciliarist speech given in defence of the notorious "Conciliabulum of Pisa" (Council of Pisa), indicted against Pope Julius II by Louis XII of France, with the assistance of four cardinals. The jurist and humanist Filippo Decio (1454-1535), siding with the King whilst upholding his own orthodoxy, was asked to produce this oration a few weeks after the beginning of the assembly, to defend the synod which was being transferred to Milan for safety reasons. Decio justified the Council as a "healthy remedy" for church reform, and argued, in the wake of the medieval conciliary tradition, for its legitimacy and authority over the Pope. Julius II excommunicated the presiding cardinals in January 1512, calling for the Fifth Lateran Council in April. A study of the type suggests that this edition was probably printed, covertly, by Jacques Sacon in Lyon. In 1512, the cardinals had moved from Milan to Lyon; Decio too arrived in Lyon in June 1512, and, a couple of months later, two of his juridical works were printed by Sacon. The => handsome woodcut on the title-page of this edition, which bears strong German influences, portrays cardinals, the Holy Roman Emperor, and the King of France, surmounted by the dove of the Holy Spirit . It was drawn after the woodcut on the first (probably Milanese) octavo edition of this pamphlet, ca.1511, another in quarto having been printed in Pavia. Provenance: Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA" … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-12-18 21:24:59
Council of Pisa (2nd, 1511-1512).
Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, 1512. First edition of this work, published as a consequence of the Second Council of Pisa, intended for a French readership, on the notorious Council of Basel (1431-49), which among other things led to the creation of an Anti-Pope. This is one of two issues published by Jean Petit with slightly different imprints and his superb woodcut armorial device on the title-pages. Petit printed it in a roman font with Gothic type headings and a variety of woodcut initials. Like Council of Constance, the Council of Basel tackled the consequences of the Avignonese schism, reassessing critically the doctrine of papal supremacy. The Libellus, printed in the year of the "Conciliabulum" of Pisa, another independent synod, indicted by Louis XII of France and unauthorized by Julius II, focused on the limitations imposed by the Council on papal authority, concerning ecclesiastical benefices and simony. Evidence of readership: In 1519, a Reformed annotator inscribed on the verso of the title-page, in a German hand, a curious and obscure verse satire against "Simon, prelatum et commissarium gratie" -- i.e., "Simon Peter/St. Peter, the first vicar of Christ and the Catholic justification of papal supremacy." We have only been able to trace this text (with minimal variation) in a German manuscript miscellany (Newberry MS 63) -- later in the possession of the humanist Jakob Wimpfeling -- where it is dated 1518 (Herding, "Zu einer humanistischen Handschrift," 158). The satire begins "e reum damnamus, te Symonem de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-12-18 21:24:59
Council of Pisa (2nd, 1511?1512).
Parisiis: Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, [1512]. Parisiis: Ven[un]datur ... in vico s[an]cti Iacobi sub Lilio aureo a Ioa[n]ne P[ar]uo, [1512]. 4to (20.5 cm, 8’’). [20] ff. First edition of this work, published as a consequence of the Second Council of Pisa, intended for a French readership, on the notorious Council of Basel (1431–49), which among other things led to the creation of an Anti-Pope. This is one of two issues published by Jean Petit with slightly different imprints and his superb woodcut armorial device on the title-pages. Petit printed it in a roman font with Gothic type headings and a variety of woodcut initials. Like Council of Constance, the Council of Basel tackled the consequences of the Avignonese schism, reassessing critically the doctrine of papal supremacy. The Libellus, printed in the year of the "Conciliabulum" of Pisa, another independent synod, indicted by Louis XII of France and unauthorized by Julius II, focused on the limitations imposed by the Council on papal authority, concerning ecclesiastical benefices and simony. Evidence of readership: In 1519, a Reformed annotator inscribed on the verso of the title-page, in a German hand, a curious and obscure verse satire against "Simon, prelatum et commissarium gratie" — i.e., "Simon Peter/St. Peter, the first vicar of Christ and the Catholic justification of papal supremacy." We have only been able to trace this text (with minimal variation) in a German manuscript miscellany (Newberry MS 63) — later in the possession of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2019-12-15 14:24:07
Staphylus Friedrich
1512. I) VD16 S 8607 - Stalla 393 - Knaake III, 1001 - nicht bei Kuczynski u. Adams.- Erste u. einzige Ausgabe.- II) VD16 S 8589 - Stalla 408 - Knaake III, 1003 - Kuczynski 3603.- Erste Ausgabe.- Gegen den Göppinger Superintendenten Jakob Andreä gerichtet.- III) VD16 S 8572 - Stalla 392 - Knaake III, 1000 - nicht bei Kuczynski u. Adams.- Korrigierte Fassung der im selben Jahr zum ersten Mal erschienen Polemik.- Friedrich Staphylus (* 27. August 1512 in Osnabrück; ? 5. März 1564 in Ingolstadt) war zuerst Professor der Theologie an der Universität Königsberg, konvertierte 1553 aber vollständig zum katholischen Glauben. 1559 wurde er (mit päpstlicher Dispens wegen seiner Ehe) zum Doctor Theologiae in Augsburg promoviert und als Professor nach Ingolstadt berufen. Er wirkte als Superintendent an der Reform der Universität zur jesuitischen Akademie mit und beriet die Bemühungen Ferdinands zur kirchlichen Reform in seinen Landen. Seine "Bedeutung als Theologe und Kontroverspublizist besteht in der Besonderheit seiner conversio im Kontext der innerreformatorischen Lehrstreitigkeiten. Sie stellt sich nicht als bewußter Entscheidungsakt dar, sondern als Prozeß in einer Zeit, in dem sich die konfessionellen Gegensätze erst herausbildeten und institutionalisierten." (NDB XXV, 62).- Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig, am oberen Rand tls. wasser- od. braunfleckig, tls. mit Wurmspuren im Randbereich, erster Titel mit getilgtem hs. Besitzvermerk, Vorsatz mit hs. Besitzvermerk des erzherzogl. Pfleger von Schladming u. Wolkenstein Primus Wanzl zu Rainhofen, Ebd. etw. fleckig. [Attributes: First E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
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2019-11-04 11:00:05
Genève Jean Belot 1512 1Genève, Jean Belot, 1512. In-folio gothique à deux colonnes (30 x 20 cm) de (8)-83 ff. (signatures 8, a-o6), erreurs de pagination et deux feuillets intervertis sans manque.Sequntur statuta per illustrissimum principe dominum D. Karolum secundum Sabaudiae et ducem modernum condita. Genève, 1513. In-folio gothique à deux colonnes (28 x 18 cm) de (4) ff. (signature p4).Les deux pièces reliées en 1 vol. in-folio, vélin rigide, dos à trois nerfs, pièce de titre papier sur le dos (reliure de l'époque). Belle impression gothique datée 1512 établie sur la troisième édition des statuts de la Savoie imprimée à Turin en 1505 par François de Silva et suivie du très rare supplément de 4 feuillets imprimé par Jacques Vivien en 1513.Promulgués par Amédée VIII, dit le Pacifique, en 1430, rassemblant les multiples lois jusque là en vigueur dans tout le duché, ils furent imprimés, pour la première fois en 1477 par Johannes Fabri à Turin, puis en 1505 et 1512 - l'édition de 1497 n'étant pas considérée comme une nouvelle édition des statuts de 1430 mais comme l'édition de statuts successifs. Divisé en cinq livres, ces statuts sont une véritable source de témoignages sur la vie quotidienne en Savoie au XVe siècle. Ils concernent la police des cultes, les conseils ducaux et la justice, le statut des notaires et la réglementation des arts libéraux, le tarif des actes, les codes vestimentaires et le train de vie de toutes les classes sociales, du Souverain au laboureur en passant par le docteur « in utroque ». Composés de 377 articles, ils représentent le plus important d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2019-10-14 21:10:12
Mercator Gehard ( 1512 - 1594 ) Duisburg
Artist: Mercator Gehard ( - 1594 ) Duisburg; issued in: Duisburg; date: ca 1560, 1512. technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; - condition: Very good; size (in cm): 36 x 43; - description: Map of Northern Greece
Bookseller: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
2019-10-07 20:17:09
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Istanbul, 1512. Istanbul. Midrash Raba, 1512, Istanbul. Author: n/a. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1512.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-10-03 09:11:10
SAVONAROLA, GIROLAMO
Venetiis [Venice]: per Lazarum Soardum, 12 January 1512. First printed in 1496, this small collection of meditations by the revolutionary Dominican friar was intended to help Christians lead more fulfilling lives through love and prayer. Savonarola was at the height of his reforming zeal when he composed this "Golden Book" on living a Christian life, in which he urges simplicity of heart leading to simplicity in external matters. All Christians, he believed, should focus on prayer and contemplation, and should strive to live simply, not seeking happiness in worldly things. Unfortunately, Savonarola took this very sensible advice to fanatical extremes, decrying all art and literature, humanism, luxury, frivolity, sex, and financial profits; basically, he was opposed to enjoyment or comfort of any kind. Naturally, this made him powerful enemies, including merchant princes like the Medici and the Borgia pope Alexander VI. By 1498, both Church and secular authorities had had enough, and the friar and two of his most devoted followers were arrested, tortured, and executed for heresy. Still, Savonarola had many followers among the common people, and editions of this work were printed during the 16th century not only in Venice and Florence, but also in Paris, Strassburg, Leyden, and Cologne. Venetian printer Lazarro Soardi (fl. 1490-1527) issued a number of Savonarola's works and did much to spread his teachings. The appropriately unadorned but sturdy binding suggests an early owner who embraced the teachings of this book, and it stands as testament to the merits of plain work, w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-10-02 13:34:25
1512. Manuscrit ancien de la célèbre prophétie d'Orval. 3 pages manuscrites commençant par la mention suivante: "Prophétie admirable tirée d'un vieux manuscrit imprimé sous le règne de François 1er roi de France l'an 1512 = copié sur l'original en 1793" (voir photos) Découverte pendant la Révolution à l'abbaye d'Orval et annonçant notamment la mort de Louis XVI et la Révolution française, la prophétie d'Orval débute en 1777 avec l'arrivée en France de Napoléon Bonaparte, l'un des plus anciens exemplaires ayant été imprimé en 1544 sous le titre de Prophéties d'un reclus. Très rare document ancien.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2019-09-19 10:49:43
MERCATOR, Gerard
1512. Duisberg: Gerard Mercator. Map. Hand colored engraving. 17" x 21 1/2". Influential and striking map of Africa. Two Satyrs surround the strapwork and fruit of the title cartouche and a portrait of the legendary Prester John in Abyssinia (as it was his mythical origin in the middle ages) are the only ornaments on this continental map. In opposition to his contemporaries, Mercator did not include naval battles or sea creatures. The map has his signature moire or shot silk effect of wavy lines for water, and outstanding font design. Beautiful hand coloring defines the borders of Kingdoms. There is a Nubian branch of the Nile, mountains of the moon from Ptolemy and Sachaff Lake is shown as the source of the Zambezi River. French text verso. Some toning and stains to margins. Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver but is best known for the Mercator Projection. Incorporating the newly accepted fact that the world is round, Mercator was able to render longitude lines consistently straight on a chart. Although this requires some distortion, it was of great use for navigators, and is historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today. As stated in the title, the map was prepared by his grandson Gerard the Younger.
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2019-08-22 00:33:21
Cajetan, Tommaso de Vio, Cardinal.
impressa apud Sanctum Eustachium per Ioannem Beplinum Alemanum de Argentina, 1512. Sole edition of the cardinal's oration delivered at the second session of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17). Cardinal Cajetan (1469-1534) was an eminent theologian, diplomat, and thinker. "At the Fifth Lateran Council . . . he defended papal supremacy, urged ecclesiastical reform, and participated in discussions on Averroism and the Immaculate Conception" (New Catholic Encyclopedia, II, 1053). In the future the pope would send him to Germany in hopes of creating interest in a crusade against the Turks and while there to => represent the See in discussions with Luther at Augsburg in 1518. The date of publication is surmised from the text on leaf A3r: "Oratio Reveren. Patris Fratris Thome Deuio Gaitani, sacrae theo. prof. ac totius ordinis Predi. Generalis Magri, habita Romae in secunda sessione Cõcilii Laterañ. xvii Kal. Iun. M.D.xii." Beplin printed the work in a nice roman and used a handsome woodcut architectural border on the title-page. N.B., Italian sources give the author's name as "De Vio, Tommaso." Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only two U.S. libraries (Newberry, Penn State) reporting ownership. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-08-17 22:28:55
Cajetan, Tommaso de Vio, Cardinal.
impressa apud Sanctum Eustachium per Ioannem Beplinum Alemanum de Argentina, [colophon: Romae, 1512. Sole edition of the cardinal's oration delivered at the second session of the Fifth Lateran Council (1512?17). Cardinal Cajetan (1469?1534) was an eminent theologian, diplomat, and thinker. "At the Fifth Lateran Council . . . he defended papal supremacy, urged ecclesiastical reform, and participated in discussions on Averroism and the Immaculate Conception" (New Catholic Encyclopedia, II, 1053). In the future the pope would send him to Germany in hopes of creating interest in a crusade against the Turks and while there to => represent the See in discussions with Luther at Augsburg in 1518. The date of publication is surmised from the text on leaf A3r: "Oratio Reveren. Patris Fratris Thome Deuio Gaitani, sacrae theo. prof. ac totius ordinis Predi. Generalis Magri, habita Romae in secunda sessione C?cilii Latera? xvii Kal. Iun. M.D.xii." Beplin printed the work in a nice roman and used a handsome woodcut architectural border on the title-page. N.B., Italian sources give the author's name as "De Vio, Tommaso." Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only two U.S. libraries (Newberry, Penn State) reporting ownership. Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear. 4to (20.5 cm, 8.25'). [14] ff. Adams C165; Isaac 12067; EDIT16 CNCE 16928. Modern quarter red morocco with marbled paper sides over boards. Very good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-12 01:32:10
Octavius MIRANDULA
Viridarium Illustrium POETARUM.O.MIRANDULA.1512.Gilbert von Villiers.lyon.xvi ° Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Viridarium Illustrium Nikitschenko Sperma Ipsorum Cocordantiis in Alphabetica Tabula Accuratissime Cotentis. Octavius Mirandula. 1512. Sammlung von Texten der Dichter der Antike und des Mittelalters. Das Viridarium Illustrium Nikitschenko ist eine Anthologie der lateinische Dichter der Antike und Mittelalter, begleitet von einem Inhaltsverzeichnis, die es ermöglicht, um für jedes Thema der berühmten Würmer zu finden. Diese Art von Buch war nützlich für Studenten und Autoren ihre Werke der angemessene Zitate sowie die Neo-Dichter der Renaissance Schmelz. Octavuis Mirandula. Veröffentlicht von Gilbert Villiers in Lyon. Die Rückseite zeigt eine Träne und ein Mangel, komplett und in sehr gutem Zustand im Inneren. 17 x 12 X 4,5 cm. Reliure Vélin Langue Latin Date de publication 1512 Époque Jusqu'au XVIIème siècle Éditeur Gilbert de Villiers Auteur Octavius MIRANDULA Lieu de publication LYON Caractéristiques spéciales Édition originale Sujet Ouvrages de référence.
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2019-07-30 18:47:49
Lienz in Osttirol].
Lienz, 1511/1512. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier. 25 beschriebene SS. auf 16 Bl. In Schutzumschlag mit der Datierung "1511". 8vo. Einzigartiges Zeugnis spätmittelalterlicher Bautätigkeit von großer kunsthistorischer sowie wirtschafts- und sozialgeschichtlicher Bedeutung. Zum einen bietet die Handschrift wertvolle Informationen über die zeitliche Einordnung der Bauarbeiten und die dabei federführenden Personen (so ist sie, abgesehen von Inschriften in einigen seiner Sakralbauten, die einzige bekannte schriftliche Quelle, in der der Baumeister Bartlmä Firtaler namentlich genannt wird). Zum anderen liefert das Heft spannende Einblicke in die Organisation einer spätmittelalterlichen Baustelle und dokumentiert, anders als bekannte Quellen zu Kathedralbauten und städtischen Bauvorhaben, die Ausgaben einer kleinen Baustelle in perpipherer Lage für zwei Monate. Es wurde wahrscheinlich nach Abschluss des Baus mithilfe laufend geführter Notizen verfasst und gliedert sich in mehrere Kapitel, die die Ausgaben für Maurer und Zimmerleute, für Tagwerke, für Steinbeschaffung und -transport sowie für sonstige Aufwendungen (wie Holzankäufe, Nägel, Ketten, Sägen etc.) wochenweise darlegen. Ausgaben für das Siegeln durch den Stadtrichter, für einen Botengang sowie für Wein für die Handwerker runden das Bild ab. - Bartlmä Firtaler, geboren um 1480, ist als Baumeister zahlreicher Sakralbauten im Raum Oberkärnten, Ost- und Südtirol sowie Krain/Slowenien bekannt; sein Erstlingswerk war eine Neugestaltung der Kapelle im Schloss Stein bei Oberdrauburg im Jahr 1505. Schlossherr Lukas von Graben fung … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-07-24 10:28:46
Albrecht DURER
Bulino, datato e monogrammato in lastra, in alto al centro "1512/AD". Seconda variante (di tre) descritta da Meder. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Tavola 4 della serie "La Passione Incisa", che mostra Cristo, con la testa china tenuto per le braccia da due guardie, al cospetto di Caifa. Al tema della Passione di Cristo Dürer dedicò tre diverse serie di stampe: due tratte da matrici xilografiche e note comunemente la Grande Passione e la Piccola Passione, entrambe pubblicate nel 1511; e infine la Passione Incisa che consiste di sedici fogli incisi a bulino. l primi lavori risalgono al periodo che segue il secondo soggiorno veneziano di Dürer (1507). Gli ultimi sono realizzati nel 1513, l'anno della loro pubblicazione. Rispetto alle xilografie, la Passione incisa non è accompagnata da un testo. A differenza delle stampe xilografiche, più popolari, queste incisioni sono state progettate per attrarre un mercato più esclusivo di intenditori e collezionisti. Poiché è stata realizzata nell’arco di sei anni, è probabile che le singole immagini siano state vendute separatamente. La serie è stata anche venduta in set per uso devozionale ed è stata ampiamente copiata da altri stampatori. Engraving, dated and monogrammed on plate at centre top "1512/AD". Magnificient example, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to the marginal line, in excellent condition. Meder b. Plate 4 from the series ‘The Engraved Passion’. The Engraved Passion (1507-1513) was one … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-16 21:07:27
VIRIDARIUM ILLUSTRIUM POETARUM/
Gilbertum de Villiers,, Colofón:Lugduni, 1512. 8º. 52-CLXXVIII ff. Pergamino. Barbier,XII,407.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-07-03 08:24:05
1512. Manuscrit ancien de la célèbre prophétie d'Orval. 3 pages manuscrites commençant par la mention suivante: "Prophétie admirable tirée d'un vieux manuscrit imprimé sous le règne de François 1er roi de France l'an 1512 = copié sur l'original en 1793" (voir photos) Découverte pendant la Révolution à l'abbaye d'Orval et annonçant notamment la mort de Louis XVI et la Révolution française, la prophétie d'Orval débute en 1777 avec l'arrivée en France de Napoléon Bonaparte, l'un des plus anciens exemplaires ayant été imprimé en 1544 sous le titre de Prophéties d'un reclus. Très rare document ancien.
Bookseller: chapitre85 [Bourg en Bresse, FR]
2019-06-25 10:22:59
TESTAMENTO de Ysabel de Rebollo,
8 de Noviembre de, Soria, 1512. Folio. 40 hojas enteramente manuscritas. Pergamino. Importantísimo documento manuscrito para Soria, por la abultada descripción de las propiedades. El licenciado Calderón, esposo de Doña Isabel. fué alcalde mayor de Granada
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-06-19 09:19:01
REISCH (Gregor)]
1512. [REISCH (Gregor)], Margarita philosophica nova cui insunt sequentia. Epigrammata in commendationem operis [suivi de] Appendix matheseos in Margaritam philosophicam, Strasbourg, Johann Grüninger, 1512. In-4 de [260] et [64] feuillets ; demi-veau estampé sur ais de bois dans le style de l'époque, fermoirs. La première encyclopédie moderne et le premier traité systématique sur les instruments scientifiques dont les astrolabes - exemplaire annoté à l'époque en grec et latin Première édition de l'Appendix matheseos à la suite de la sixième édition, la troisième strasbourgeoise, de la première encyclopédie moderne, la Margarita philosophica. Le supplément scientifique, qui parait ici pour la première fois, traite de la composition de l'astrolabe, d'architecture, de problèmes géométriques et de perspective, ainsi que de la mesure du temps et de l'espace grâce à des instruments comme le quart de cercle, l'astrolabe ou le torquetum. On notera que les figures de géométrie sont directement inspirées du célèbre traité de Jean Pèlerin dit Viator, De Artificiali perspectiva, paru en 1505. Publiée pour la première fois en 1503 chez Schott à Fribourg, la Margarita philosophica couvre l'ensemble des savoirs universitaires de l'époque, résumés en douze sections richement illustrées correspondant aux disciplines du trivium et du quadrivium dont deux parties portant sur la géométrie et l'astronomie, des feuillets o1 à s8 soit 35 feuillets. Ces deux parties sont, dans notre exemplaire, particulièrement intéressantes, puisque annotées à l'époque en latin et en grec. La partie géométrique c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [Paris, France]
2019-06-04 14:56:54
PAULUS, Aegineta [Paul of Aegina] (c.625-c.690).
Paris: H. Estienne, 1512. Paris:: H. Estienne, 1512., 1512. 22 cm. Small 4to. [40] ff. Collation: a4, b8, c4, d8, e4, f8, g4. Large title woodcut of St. Laurence holding a scroll, historiated initial letters; 2 neat paper repairs to lower margin of title and next leaf. Later quarter red calf, red cloth with added decorative motif from the initial WSM (for Sir William Stirling Maxwell, see provenance), a.e.g. Bookplates from Sir William Stirling Maxwell and Anna Keir (Keir House) (rear pastedown). Fine. Third edition of this Latin translation from a Greek manuscript of the first book of the author's Totius rei medicae libri VII. [cf. Graesse]. Colophon: C Parisijs ex officina Henrici Stephani Anno Christi Saluatoris. M D XII Decima sexta Aprilis. "One of the earliest (first issued in 1510) and most attractive editions of Paulus Aegineta's . . . first book of his works. It is mainly devoted to dietics of pregnant women and of children, children's diseases and other subjects pertaining to hygiene (care of teenth, sea-sickness, etc.) and the qualities of food and beverages." [Zeitlin & Ver Brugge]. PROVENANCE: William Stirling Maxwell (1818-78), was a prominently known Scottish book collector of virtuoso acclaim -- he lived at Keir House; Lady Anna Keir (d.1874), residing at Keir House, Scotland; Frederick A. Frye. See: William Stirling Maxwell (1818-1878), An Essay Towards a Collection of Books Relating to Proverbs, Emblems, Apophthegms, Epitaphs and Ana, being a Catalogue of those at Keir, London, Privately Printed, 1860. Edition of 75 copies. / Paul of Aegina or Paulus Aeg … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-06-04 07:46:08
PAULUS, Aegineta [Paul of Aegina] (c.625-c.690).
Paris: H. Estienne, 1512. Paris:: H. Estienne, 1512., 1512. 22 cm. Small 4to. [40] ff. Collation: a4, b8, c4, d8, e4, f8, g4. Large title woodcut of St. Laurence holding a scroll, historiated initial letters; 2 neat paper repairs to lower margin of title and next leaf. Later quarter red calf, red cloth with added decorative motif from the initial WSM (for Sir William Stirling Maxwell, see provenance), a.e.g. Bookplates from Sir William Stirling Maxwell and Anna Keir (Keir House) (rear pastedown). Fine. Third edition of this Latin translation from a Greek manuscript of the first book of the author's Totius rei medicae libri VII. [cf. Graesse]. Colophon: C Parisijs ex officina Henrici Stephani Anno Christi Saluatoris. M D XII Decima sexta Aprilis. "One of the earliest (first issued in 1510) and most attractive editions of Paulus Aegineta's . . . first book of his works. It is mainly devoted to dietics of pregnant women and of children, children's diseases and other subjects pertaining to hygiene (care of teenth, sea-sickness, etc.) and the qualities of food and beverages." [Zeitlin & Ver Brugge]. PROVENANCE: William Stirling Maxwell (1818-78), was a prominently known Scottish book collector of virtuoso acclaim – he lived at Keir House; Lady Anna Keir (d.1874), residing at Keir House, Scotland; Frederick A. Frye. See: William Stirling Maxwell (1818-1878), An Essay Towards a Collection of Books Relating to Proverbs, Emblems, Apophthegms, Epitaphs and Ana, being a Catalogue of those at Keir, London, Privately Printed, 1860. Edition of 75 copies. / Paul of Aegina or Paulus Ae … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
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