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        In quartum sententiarum theologicarum Petri Lombardi opus preclarissimum.

      (Lyon, J. Mareschal für S. Vincent, 15. Juli 1512). - Der Franziskaner Richard von Mediavilla (um 1249 - um 1308) war ein bedeutender Theologe des Hochmittelalters, über dessen Leben nicht viel bekannt ist. Möglicherweise studierte er nach seinem Eintritt in den Franziskanerorden erst in Oxford, bevor er 1276 an die Universität von Paris ging. Hier hielt er dann ab 1280 Vorlesungen über die „Sentenzen" des Petrus Lombardus. 1283 wurde er als Mitglied einer Kommission erwähnt, die sich mit den theologischen Arbeiten des Franziskaners Petrus Johannis Olivi auseinandersetzte. Von 1284 bis 1287 war er an der Universität von Paris als Magister regens tätig. 1295 wurde er zum Provinzial der Francia ernannt. In dieser Eigenschaft scheint er kurz darauf, und zwar im Jahr 1296, persönlich den Eintritt Ludwigs von Toulouse in den Franziskanerorden begleitet zu haben. - Einband stark beschabt u. bestoßen. Rückenbezug mit großer Fehlstelle. Vorderdeckel m. späteren Bibl.-Schildchen. Schließen fehlen. Innengelenke gelockert. Titel gestempelt u. (recto u. verso) mit tlw. gestrichenen alten Besitzvermerken. Buchblock an den Rändern tlw. etw. bestoßen bzw. m. kl. Läsuren. Das letzte Bl. m. kl. Einriß (dadurch min. Buchstabenverlust). Tlw. etw. gebräunt, fleckig bzw. wasserrandig. - Adams M 1423; CLC R 407; Shaaber R 43; Gültlingen II, 197, 10 (Mareschal); nicht bei Baudrier u. im BM STC, French Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit einer in Rot gedruckten Vignette u. einer 12-teiligen figürl. Holzschn.-Titelbordüre. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen u. einer Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Ende. 34 nn., 290 num. Bll. (etwa zur Hälfte rubriziert), Blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. Rückenschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        HAWAII / PARADISE Of The PACIFIC / See the Volcano of Kilauea / A Boiling, Spouting, Seething / Lake of Fire in All Its Terrific Grandeur / [printed red rule / Native Hula - Hula Dance / [printed red rule] / Surf Board Riding / The World's Greatest Water Sport / 100 Other Subjects Laughable - Interesting [-] Educational

      Chicago: National Printing & Engraving Co., 1512 Tribune Bldg, (n. d.). Circa 1909. Yellow paper printed in red. Folded twice, with a center vertical and horizontal fold line; few short closed tears to horizontal fold; light wear and occasional minor soil to edges. Colors bold and bright. VG overall.. Broadside. 41-1/8" x 28" A large Hawai'i promotional broadside advertising an unidentified show or exhibit. Evidence suggests, however, that it was issued in conjunction with the showing of Robert Kates Bonine's short film, "Volcano of Kilauea," at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, held in Seattle in 1909, or for lectures and/or screenings shortly thereafter. Bonine, a one-time Edison Manufacturing Co. photographer and cameraman, became a highly regarded cinematographer in his own right, primarily for his promotional work depicting various scenes, events and customs in Hawai'i. In 1908, he filmed what may have been the first motion picture of an active volcano, a 20-minute film of Kilauea, camping out for several weeks on the crater's rim and wrapping both his camera and himself in asbestos during filming for protection against the extreme heat. Although the film was marketed early in 1909, and continued to sell and be used on the lecture and film circuits through at least 1913, it's official mainland premier was at the 1909 Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition, as part of the Hawai'i exhibit. It is worth noting that some have suggested that this broadside was instead issued in conjunction with magic lantern slide lectures given by famed Hawai'i photographer Ray Jerome Baker. However, Baker's lectures appear to have been more educational than promotional, with rather staid titles like "Uncommon Hawaii"; this was particularly true by the 1920s, as he placed greater and greater emphasis on using his photography to document Hawai'i and Hawaiian life prior to Westernization. Moreover, the sensationalist marketing style of the broadside we offer here, with its bold lettering and prominent featuring of Kilauea, its heavily promotional tone, and its likely provenance being a basement in Portland, OR, where other Robert Kates Bonine advertising broadsides were discovered, lead us to strongly believe that it was published in conjunction with an early showing of Bonine's film of Kilauea, not Baker's lectures. Institutionally scarce. We find no copies on OCLC.

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        De rerum natura libri VI.

      Philippi Giuntae bibliopolae, 1512. Edizione giuntina a cura di Petrus Candidus notevolmente più rara ed importante di quella stampata tre anni più tardi dal Manuzio. Nelle ultime 12 carte non numerate sono pubblicate interessanti varianti testuali basate su Codici. Di Tito Lucrezio Caro si conoscono con relativa approssimazione le date di nascita e di morte, per il resto c'è chi lo vuole nato e vissuto in Campania, a Pompei, chi nato e vissuto a Roma; chi discendente da famiglia nobile, chi no; chi accetta che egli scrivesse il poema negli intervalli della pazzia, e chi lo confuta; c'è chi giudica verosimile la notizia del suicidio dovuto a un filtro amoroso e chi la considera inammissibile; chi ritiene che egli sia stato affetto da follia alternante, chi da follia depressiva, chi da epilessia, chi da nevrastenia acuta. Nonostante gli sforzi della critica il mistero che circonda la figura del solitario scrittore rimane fino ad oggi impenetrabile. Egli visse in un'epoca agitata per guerre esterne e lotte civili, per rivolte, congiure, vendette feroci e ambizioni smodate. Ma non vi è indizio che abbia minimamente partecipato agli avvenimenti del suo tempo. I contemporanei lo ignorano, nessuno lo menziona salvo Cicerone, probabile editore del poema, unico nel suo genere, uscito postumo e incompiuto. Non si conoscono neppure le sue relazioni con quel Caio Memmio a cui l'opera è dedicata. Il primo libro è sull'esistenza degli atomi, della materia e del vuoto infinito, quindi dell'universo. Il secondo delle proprietà, della forma, del numero e delle combinazioni degli atomi, quindi della pluralità dei mondi. Il terzo della mortalità dell'anima, vanità del timore della morte. Il quarto delle sensazioni, origine dei sogni e dell'amore. Il quinto della natività e caducità dei mondi, della cosmogonia atomica e della storia del genere umano. Il sesto dei fenomeni della natura. Ogni libro si apre con un proemio e si chiude con un episodio che inquadra e incornicia la trattazione della materia più propriamente didascalica, proemi ed epiloghi che vanno dal sereno e solenne inno a Venere genitrice di tutti gli esseri, alla serrata e sarcastica requisitoria contro l'amore, dalla commossa e religiosa glorificazione di Epicuro come benefattore dell'umanità alla tragica e realistica rievocazione della peste di Atene. A ragione l'opera è stata definita una vasta partitura orchestrale con sei preludi e sei finali. Interessante come Lucrezio indichi espressamente nel poema la difficoltà che incontra nell'esporre nuovi concetti in lingua latina "Né mi nascondo ch'è opera estremamente difficile esporre in versi latini l'ardue scoperte dei Greci, specie perché dovrò spesso usar vocaboli nuovi, così è povero il lessico nostro, ed è nuovo il soggetto". Marca e dati tipografici alla tredicesima ed ultima carta non numerata. Capilettere ornate all'inizio di ogni libro, testo in corsivo. Ordinata annotazione coeva manoscritta ad inchiostro al margine superiore della terza carta di testo. Ottimo esemplare. Bibliografia: Camerini, I Giunti tipografi editori di Firemze, Vol. 1 pag. 78/79 scheda 39. Bella legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena rigida, carte: 8, CXXV, 13, In 16°

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        Abissinorum sive Preiosi Ioanis Imperiu

      Artist: Mercator Gehard (- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c 1630 1512 - Artist: Mercator, Gehard (1512- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c. 1630; - Condition: Very good; Map shows the middle part of Afrika from the west to the east coast, with insert map of Congo

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        Ortulus rosarum liber devotus cunctisque Deum querentibus valde necessarius nuper exactissime correctus et emendatus Item utile quoddam breve documentum his qui sepenumero confidentur. Item oratio devotissima beati Bernardi af filium Jesum et matrem ejus. Item alia oratio ejusdem Bernardi ad solam matrem.

      Paris Pierre Baquelier 1512 ca In-8 (135 x 90 mm) de (20) ff. (signature [a]8, b8, [c]4), cartonnage bleu à la Bradel, pièce de titre en long (reliure du XIXe siècle). Rare impression en caractères gothiques sorties des presses de Pierre Baquelier de Grenoble, prêtre, fondateur d'un collège pour les Dauphinois, rue des Lavandières, fit imprimer plusieurs livres à l'usage des étudiants de 1505 à 1526. Suivi de : BERNARD DE CLAIRVAUX. Orationes duae. Colophon : Explicit ortulus rosarum Noviter impressus Parisius pro magistro Petro baquelier. L'Hortulus rosarum imprimé dès 1495, est communément attribué à Thomas a Kempis ; l'attribution des deux orationes à Saint Bernard est contestée. Bois gravé au titre (51 x 72 mm) : Nativité, suivi de la formule Mater dei ora pro nobis déjà inscrite sur deux éditions précédentes de 1506. Etiquette de la librairie ecclésiastique de Toulouse & Taranne. Absent du catalogue de la B.N.F. ; 2 exemplaires recensés : Bibliothèque Sainte-Geneviève (Paris) et Bibliothèque de Besançon. Adams (I, K-39) donne la date de 1512 ; Renouard, Imprimeurs et libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, III, 34.

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        LE CHRIST ET LES APOTRES. MARIE.

      SANS LIEU. SANS NOM. SANS DATE.ENSEMBLE DE 14 GRAVURES GRAVEES AU BURIN, TOUTES SIGNEES DE L'INITIALE "L" DANS LA PLANCHE, (7,5 X 11,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) CONTRECOLLEES SUR 14 FEUILLETS PAPIER VELIN, RELIURE XIX° 1/2 CHAGRIN ROUGE, DOS A CINQ NERFS, NON TITRE (21,5 X 27,5 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON). AVEC UN EX-LIBRIS ARMORIE GRAVE (ARMES INDETERMINEES).CONTIENT LA SERIE COMPLETE DES 13 GRAVURES "LE CHRIST ET LES APOTRES" A LAQUELLE A ETE AJOUTEE UNE GRAVURE DE LA VIERGE MARIE, SOIT : LE CHRIST EN MAJESTE, MARIA VIRGO MATER DNI NOSTRI, S. PETRUS, S. ANDREAS, S. IACOBUS MAIOR, S. IOANNES, S. THOMAS, S. IACOBUS MINOR, S. PHILIPPUS, S. MATTHEUS, S. BARTHOLOMAEUS, S. SIMON, S. IUDAS THADAEUS, S. MATTHIAS. TIRAGE POSTERIEUR, SANS DOUTE DU XVII°, DE CETTE SERIE REALISEE A L'ORIGINE EN 1512. MENTION MANUSCRITE : "AMEDEE DE RAYMOND". (IL POURRAIT S'AGIR D'AMEDEE DE RAYMOND. 1784-1855) TRES BEL ETAT.

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        B. Gregorii, Turonensis episcopi, Historiarum precipue gallicarum lib. X ; In vitas patrum fere sui temporis lib. I ; de Gloria confessorum praecipue Gallorum lib. I ; Adonis, Viennensis episcopi, sex aetatum mundi breves seu commentarii, usque ad Carolum Simplicem, Francorum regem.

      Paris Venundantur ab impressore Jodoco Badio et Joanne Parvo 1512 In-folio de (6)-CLXXXIIII ff. chiffrés, le dernier coté CLXXXII par erreur. Relié à la suite : GRÉGOIRE DE NYSSE. Divini Gregorii, Nyssae episcopi... Libri octo. I. De Homine. II. De Anima. III. De Elementis. IIII. De Viribus animae. V. De Voluntario et involuntario. VI. De Fato. VII. De Libero arbitrio. VIII. De Providentia. Item Oratio Gregorii Nazianzeni. Basilius de Differentia usiae et hypostasis. Et quaedam alia... In aedibus Ascensianis, sabbato post Pentecosten MCCCCCXIII. (Parisiis), 1513. In-folio de XXXVI ff. Les deux pièces reliées en 1 vol. in-folio vélin rigide, dos à nerfs, titre manuscrit sur le dos (reliure moderne). Large mouillure atteignant le premier tiers du livre. Edition princeps de l'Histoire des Francs de Grégoire de Tours, imprimée en 1512 par Josse Bade pour Guillaume Petit, confesseur du roi, auquel elle est dédiée. « Aujourd'hui encore, la connaissance du règne de Clovis serait peu de chose si Grégoire de Tours n'existait pas. L'oeuvre historique du prélat est parfaitement connue et accessible à la fin du Moyen Age. Elle ne connaît certes d'impression qu'en 1512 (...) depuis longtemps, le récit de Grégoire jouit d'une haute réputation : au XIIIe siècle, Primat se plaint certes de la corruption d'un passage de l'Histoire des Francs mais il ne fait que répéter Aimoin critiquant la copie à sa disposition et renvoie à l'évêque de Tours pour la chronologie du VIe siècle. En 1512, Josse Bade, l'éditeur de la version imprimée, affirme l'autorité de Grégoire qui vaut plus par sa véridicité que par son élégance jugée incertaine au temps sévère de l'humanisme. L'évêque de Tours fournit en tout état de cause le premier récit couvrant l'ensemble du règne de Clovis et à ce titre, il paraît devoir constituer la référence principale sur la période. » (Le baptême de Clovis, son écho à travers l'histoire par Michel Rouche, pp. 257-258) Belle impression en caractères romains. Titre à encadrement gravé sur bois avec la marque de Jean Petit. La date 1522 à la dernière souscription ne peut provenir que d'une faute d'impression. Brunet, II, 1730 ; Tchemerzine-Scheler, III, 484 ; Moreau, II, 330 ; Renouard, Bibliographie de Josse Badius, II, 477 ; Renouard, Imprimeurs, II, 188. 2. Première édition de ce corpus établi par Josse Bade en caractères romains qui rassemble Grégoire de Nysse, Grégoire de Naziance et un traité de Saint Basile. Encadrements et marque typographique au titre. Renouard, Bibliographie de Josse Badius, II, 477 ; Moreau, II, 585.

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        Questio de custodia clavium portarum civitatum : castrorum : & aliorum locorum fortiliciorum per clarissimum et spectabilem virum dominum Nicolaum Boherii Interpretem sacri regalis consistorii consiliarium ordinarium eleganter e diffuse disputata.

      Lyon Simon Vincent 1512 In-8 gothique à deux colonnes de XIX-(1) ff.. (Sign. A-B8, C4), maroquin vert, dos orné à nerfs, titre doré, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, dentelle et roulette dorées intérieures, tranches dorées (reliure du XIXe siècle). Rare impression gothique à deux colonnes sortie des presses de Simon Vincent à Lyon avec privilège en 1512. Marque typographique "à la sainte fasce" au verso du dernier feuillet non chiffré ; au titre, écu de France et armes de Nicolas Bohier. Opuscule rare sur une question intéressante, la garde des clefs des villes, châteaux et autres lieux fortifiés. Le privilège accordé à Nicolas Bqyer, est en français et daté de Blois, 1512. Cet ouvrage est dû à Nicolas de Bohier, né à Montpellier en 1469 et décédé en 1539 ; en 1512, il occupait depuis cinq années une charge de conseiller ordinaire du Roi doublée depuis 1511 d'une magistrature au parlement de Bordeaux. Ses travaux ont principalement porté sur les coutumes, particulièrement celle du Berry. Bel exemplaire réglé dans une fine reliure XIXème non signée en maroquin vert ; dos légèrement passé, légers frottements sur le haut des mors. Provenance : Georges Lemallier libraire, Catalogue de vente des livres de G. Lemallier, 1929, n°2117 ; ex-libris armorié sur le contreplat supérieur non identifié. Bibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana, t. CXLVII - Lyon, t.3, p. 201.

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        Post-incunable venise Au titre :qu[a]e hoc in libro continentur : Origenis in genesim homilie 16. Ejustem in Exodum homilie 13 (...) Au colophon : Finis Tractatus Origenis in librum judicum Venetiis per Bernardinum Bernalium Anno Domini 1512 die ultimo Maggio.

      Imprimé à Venise par Bernardinum Bernalium. Achevé le dernier jour du mois de Mai 1512. Réimpression de l'édition de Alde de 1503 In folio, feuillets de 316 x 215 mm, de 4 feuillets non chiffrés et 182 feuillets, plusieurs erreurs de numérotation sans manque. Gothique sur deux colonnes à 55 lignes. Reliure de conservation du début XXe . Hormis le titre très sali et les premiers feuillets légèrement empoussiérés, l'intérieur est d'une grande pureté, avec de très belles marges, l'ouvrage ne semble pas avoir été atteint par ses cinq siècles d'âge. Papier à la belle sonorité fort peu manipulé. L 'illustration est peu nombreuse mais belle. Une lettrine historiée en début de chaque partie dont une très belle scène de baptême et un bois à la page 1 de la Genèse. Quelques manchettes humanistiques tracées par un lecteur au XVIe. Bon exemplaire avec de belles marges qui mettent en valeur cette stricte et austère impression post-incunable à deux colonnes. Intérieur très frais. Ex libris : Ad usum Antonii de Stronconii A l'usage d'un des frères du Couvent St François de la ville de Stroncone en Umbria Italie. Olschki V 4930: "Réimpress. de l'édit. Aldine, fort rare et estimée". Renouard, Annales de l'impr. des Alde, p.44 n.11 cite l'edition de 1503, avec la même collation et préface de Alde: "Au verso du titre une préface d'Alde Aegidio Viterbensi." Origène (en grec ancien ???????? / Ôrigénês) est un théologien de la période patristique, né à Alexandrie v. 185 et mort à Tyr v. 253. Il est l'un des Pères de l'Église. Origène est considéré comme un des pères de l'exégèse biblique pour avoir commenté tous les Livres de l'Ancien et du Nouveau testament dans une œuvre exégétique gigantesque, non seulement par son étendue, mais par l'ampleur de son information et par l'élan spirituel qui l'anime. Sa méthode exégétique est inspirée de la trinité, et fait appel à la distinction entre trois sens de l'Écriture : le sens littéral, le sens moral et le sens spirituel, correspondant aux trois parties de l'homme, le corps, l'âme et l'esprit.

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        Cristo coronato da spine

      1512. "Bulino, 1512, monogrammato e datato in lastra. Della serie ""La Piccola Passione su rame"". Esemplare nella prima variante di tre descritta da Meder (Meder a). Magnifica prova, nitida e ben contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione." "Engraving, dated 1512, with monogram at lower left. From the series ""The Small engraved Passion"". Example of the first issue (of three) described by Meder. Magnificent impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, in very good conditions." Bartsch, 9; T.I.B. 009; Meder 9 a/c. 72 116

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        Proverbios de don Yñigo Lopez de Mendoça.

      1512. [Sevilla, Jacobo Cromberger, 1512]. Folio; 28 hojas, de 32, faltando la hoja con signatura dI y las tres hojas finales. Falta parcial de texto en la última hoja conservada, de algunas letras en la hoja con signatura dIII y márgenes blancos recortados en hoja dIIII. Portada orlada con un bloque grabado xilográfico central que muestra un monje escribiendo en un jardín, con animales a su alrededor. Impresión gótica, a dos columnas, de 47 lineas. Encuadernación moderna en piel.

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        B. Gregorii, Turonensis episcopi, Historiarum precipue gallicarum lib. X. In vitas patrum fere sui temporis lib. I. de Gloria confessorum praecipue Gallorum lib. I. Adonis, Viennensis episcopi, sex aetatum mundi breves seu commentarii, usque ad Carolum Simplicem, Francorum regem

      1512. Venundantur ab impressore Jodoco Badio et Joanne Parvo,1512. In-folio relié demi-vélin blanc à coins postérieur, pièce de titre en dos. Page de titre dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois avec la marque de Jehan Petit, XI (table) + 184 feuillets. Erreurs d'imprimerie : le feuillet IX est marqué XI et le feuillet CXXXIV est marqué CXXVII). Privilège au libraire Jehan Petit en fin d'ouvrage à la date de 12 mars 1511. Très nombreuses lettrines, grandes et petites. Edition princeps de l'Histoire des Francs de Grégoire de Tours, imprimée en 1512 par Josse Bade pour Guillaume Petit, confesseur du roi, auquel elle est dédiée. Belle impression en caractères romains. Bel exemplaire.

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        Appendix Matheseos in Margaritam philosophicam. Sequuntur nonvatim quae in hac appendice complectuntur : Grecarum litterarum institutiones. Hebraicarum litterarum rudimenta. Musicae figuratae institutiones. Architecturae et perspectivae rudimenta. Quadrantum varie compositiones. Astrolabii messehalath compositio. Astrolabii novi geographici compositio. Formatio torqueti. Formatio polimetri. Usus et utilitates eorundem omnium. Figura quadrantis poligonalis

      1512. Argentorati, Joannes Gruninger 1512. In-8 plein vélin noué par lacets (19.5*14.5). 1 feuillet blanc, titre orné, 36 feuillets ornés de figures, 1 feuillet blanc. a4-b6-c5-d6-e6-f6-g4. Gravures hors texte. Le feuillet c3 est manquant, ainsi que les feuillets après l'architecture.

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        B. Gregorii, Turonensis episcopi, Historiarum precipue gallicarum lib. X. In vitas patrum fere sui temporis lib. I. de Gloria confessorum praecipue Gallorum lib. I. Adonis, Viennensis episcopi, sex aetatum mundi breves seu commentarii, usque ad Carolum Simplicem, Francorum regem

      - Venundantur ab impressore Jodoco Badio et Joanne Parvo,1512. In-folio relié demi-vélin blanc à coins postérieur, pièce de titre en dos. Page de titre dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois avec la marque de Jehan Petit, XI (table) + 184 feuillets. Erreurs d'imprimerie : le feuillet IX est marqué XI et le feuillet CXXXIV est marqué CXXVII). Privilège au libraire Jehan Petit en fin d'ouvrage à la date de 12 mars 1511. Très nombreuses lettrines, grandes et petites. Edition princeps de l'Histoire des Francs de Grégoire de Tours, imprimée en 1512 par Josse Bade pour Guillaume Petit, confesseur du roi, auquel elle est dédiée. Belle impression en caractères romains. Bel exemplaire. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Postilla super Epistolas et Euangelia. Epistolas de tempore e de sanctis per totius anni circumitum. Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi. (In fine:) In Venetiarum urbe, impressa impensis Luceantonij de Giunta, per Petrum de Quarengijs, 1512

      Giunta Lucantonio, 1512. 3 parti in 1 vol. in - 4, ff. (4), 103, (1 bianco); 68; 31, (1 bianco mancante); leg. coeva in p. pergamena molle, tit. ms. al dorso. Titolo in rosso con grande impresa edit.; testo racchiuso nel commento su due colonne, numerose iniz. ornate. La prima parte ("Postilla super Evangelia") è illustrata da 54 vignette silografiche, mentre la seconda ("Postilla super epistolas annuales") ha solo iniziali ornate. Entrambe sono ristampa dell'edizione giuntina del 6 nov. 1505. La terza parte ("Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi") è qui in edizione originale ed è pregevolmente illustrata da due grandi scene della crocifissione (la prima animatissima, la seconda solo con la Vergine e S. Giovanni) e 20 piccole vignette nel testo. "Guillermus Arvensis, detto anche Parisiensis perché fu dal 1228 vescovo di Parigi, ove morì nel 1249; scolastico, ma antiaristotelico, caldeggiò le dottrine platonizzanti degli Arabi. Le sue opere furono messe a stampa a Norimberga nel 1496 e, più correttamente, ad Orléans nel 1674" (Camerini I, n. 97, p. 126; ulteriori notizie bio - bibliografiche in Enciclopedia Cattolica VI, col. 1252 - 3). Pregevole testo di esegesi dottrinaria medievale e bel figurato d'inizio XVI secolo. Raro figurato del primo cinquecento. Esempl. con firma di possesso coeva sul tit. (con timbri di biblioteche estinte all'inizio ed in fine, lavori di tarlo per lo più marginali).

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        Fasciculus Temporum omnes antiquorum cronicas succinte complectens (In fine:) (Paris), sumptibus Johannis Parvi, MDXII (Jean Petit 1512)

      Petit Jean, 1512. in - 4, ff. (5, su 6, mancando il frontespizio, sostituito da antico facsimile), legatura.coeva in pergamena, dorso con difetti, antiche scritte sui piatti..Con 15 belle incisioni su legno, di un quarto di pag., raffig. episodi della storia umana, antiche città ecc. (Arca di Noè, Torre di Babele, incendio di Sodoma e Gomorra, Atene, Troia, Roma, Bisanzio, Babilonia, Lione, Berna, una grande Crocefissione, ecc.) e un gran numero di cerchi che inscrivono nomi di personaggi illustri ed eventi storici importanti. Pregevole edizione, più rara di quelle quattrocentesche, di questo magnifico illustrato, una delle opere più popolari e fortunate dell'epoca, composta dal Rolewinck (1427 - 1502), frate certosino di Colonia, e primo libro a stampa con la storia cronologica del mondo, a partire dalla creazione e poi attraverso l'epoca biblica, classica, medievale, con le aggiunte in quest'edizione fino al 1504. Esempl. con numerose chiose di mano coeva vergate nei margini qua e là (purtroppo, come si è detto, mancante del titolo - frontespzio).

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        Opere del Divino Poeta Danthe con suoi comenti: recorrecti con ogni diligentia novamente in littera corsiva impresse. In Bibliotheca S.Bernardini. (In fine, colphon:) Fine del comento di Christoforo Landinno sopra la Comedia di Danthe poeta excellentissimo reuista e emendata da..Pietro da Figino,,,Impressa in Venetia per Miser Bernardino Stagnino da Trino de monferra. Del M.CCCCC.XII. (Venezia, B.Stagnino, 1512)

      Stagnino, 1512. in - 4 (mm.203x155), ff.(12), 440 (per errore 441), carattere corsivo, testo racchiuso nel commento. Titolo in rosso, entro bordura figurata e con S.Bernardino da Siena a centro pag., al f.a1 verso scena raffigurante Dante in tre pose differenti accanto a Virgilio e alle tre fiere; nel testo vi sono 98 grandi vignette che ilustrano il poema. Il tutto inciso in silografia. La presente edizione riprende il testo curato dal Bembo nel 1502, con l'aggiunta del Commento di Cristoforo Landino e le correzioni di Fra' Pietro da Figino, già pubblicate nel 1491 da M.Benali e M.Codecà, dalla quale vengono pure risprese le xilografie che aprono i Canti. Edizione bella e rara. Esemplare in legatura moderna assai bella, di imitazione 500.sca, in marocchino bruno decorato a secco. (La silografia di Dante e Virgilio fu anticamente rimarginata su altro foglio di carta).

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        Terra Sancta quae in Sacris Terra Promissionis ol: Palestina

      Artist: Mercator Gehard (- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c 1630 1512 - Artist: Mercator, Gehard (1512- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c. 1630; - Condition: Some restoration at centerfold; Map shows total Palestina

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        Decreti [Decretum] Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis.

      1512 - Handsomely Printed Edition of Gratian, Lyons 1512 Gratian the Canonist [c.1090-c.1160]. Johannes Teutonicus [c. 1175-1245], Glosses. Astesano [d.c. 1330]. Martinus, Polonus [d. 1279]. Bartolomeo da Brescia [d. 1258], Glosses. Decreti Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis & Affinitatis Arboristic Imprimitur. fo. ccclxxxv: Hic Divisiones Domini Archidyaconi hic Reperiuntur: Adduntur Biblie Capita Caractere Textuali Impressa: Pregnans Tabula pro Glosaru[m] Medullis in Marginibus Positis: Canonum Congregatio Perfecta sub Indice Fidelissimo Varia Carmina Totam Breviter Materiam Complectentia : Inest Decretum Abbreviatum Enigmata Succincte Resoluens: Seorsum Concilia Sunt hic Diversis ex Locis Coadunata: Margarita Seu Tabula Martiniana Nuperrime Recognita hic Inferitur. [Lyons]: Francoys Fradin, [1512]. CCCCXXVI, [22], XXXVIII, [2] ff. Woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity. Text in parallel columns within linear gloss. Folio (15-1/2" x 11"). Later calf, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards with some (mostly shallow) scuffing, heavier rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends, board edges and corners, front hinge cracked but secure, bookplate residue to front pastedown, front free endpaper partially detached, rear hinge starting, light soiling to title page. Fol. 1 features a large woodcut frontispiece of Gratian surrounded by Old Testament figures, saints and church fathers. Printed marginalia. Large woodcut printed device to title page, woodcut decorated initials, text printed in gothic type. Minor worming to text block, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, internally clean. * The Concordia Discordantia Canonum, or as it is better known, the Decretum Gratiani, is the cornerstone of modern canon law. The first work of its kind, it was supposedly compiled by Gratian, a Camaldolese monk, around 1140. Using the latest scholastic and juristic techniques from Bologna, he attempted to harmonize these disparate texts. Like the Corpus Juris Civilis in the study of the civil law, it became the basic text for the study of canon law for many centuries. The Decretum Gratiani addresses various aspects of church jurisdiction, offenses and legal pro [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arragonia et Catalonia

      Artist: Mercator Gehard (- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Amsterdam; date: c 1606 1512 - Artist: Mercator, Gehard (1512- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Amsterdam; date: c. 1606; - Condition: Some restoration at centerfold; Map shows Catalonia, Aragonia and the north part of Valencia

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        Lumen apothecariorum

      Venice: ilippo Pinci, 1512. Early Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition. Rebound in plain modern boards, small stain to title, author penned to title, very light soiling, small rust mark in one margin, slight chipping to early page edges, a clean copy overall. 25, (1) leaves. An early pharmacy manual first printed in 1492. It continued to be published into the 1560s - all the early editions are rare. Sections on powdered medicines, oils, ointments, syrups, and a section on sweetening with talk of cinnamon, anis, almonds, etc. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Science & Technology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046176.

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        Questio de custodia clavium portarum civitatum : castrorum : & aliorum locorum fortiliciorum per clarissimum et spectabilem virum dominum Nicolaum Boherii Interpretem sacri regalis consistorii consiliarium ordinarium eleganter e diffuse disputata.

      Simon Vincent, Lyon 1512 - In-8 gothique à deux colonnes de XIX-(1) ff. (Sign. A-B8, C4), maroquin vert, dos orné à nerfs, titre doré, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, dentelle et roulette dorées intérieures, tranches dorées (reliure du XIXe siècle). Rare impression gothique à deux colonnes sortie des presses de Simon Vincent à Lyon avec privilège en 1512. Marque typographique "à la sainte fasce" au verso du dernier feuillet non chiffré ; au titre, écu de France et armes de Nicolas Bohier. Opuscule rare sur une question intéressante, la garde des clefs des villes, châteaux et autres lieux fortifiés. Le privilège accordé à Nicolas Bqyer, est en français et daté de Blois, 1512. Cet ouvrage est dû à Nicolas de Bohier, né à Montpellier en 1469 et décédé en 1539 ; en 1512, il occupait depuis cinq années une charge de conseiller ordinaire du Roi doublée depuis 1511 d'une magistrature au parlement de Bordeaux. Ses travaux ont principalement porté sur les coutumes, particulièrement celle du Berry. Bel exemplaire réglé dans une fine reliure XIXème non signée en maroquin vert ; dos légèrement passé, légers frottements sur le haut des mors. Provenance : Georges Lemallier libraire, Catalogue de vente des livres de G. Lemallier, 1929, n°2117 ; ex-libris armorié sur le contreplat supérieur non identifié. Bibliotheca bibliographica Aureliana, t. CXLVII - Lyon, t.3, p. 201.

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        Bucolica. P. Virgilii Maronis cum verborum contextu in poeticis turuaculorum suble namen per hermannum Torrentinum triuiali stilo familiariter discussa.

      Johann Knobloch, Strassburg 1512 - Strassburg, Johann Knobloch, 1512. 42, [3] Bl. [A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G8, H6]. Durchgehend rubriziert. [Mit 5 Dystichen auf dem Titel]. Mit schwarzgrundiger Schmuckinitiale B im Titel und schwarzgrundiger Holzschnitt-Initiale im Vorwort (Proemium) von Hermannus Torrentinus. Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. (Vorsätze erneuert). Von einer Humanistenhand sehr extensiv annotiertes Exemplar dieser ungemein seltenen Strassburger Ausgabe. Sie stellt den dritten Druck der "Bucolica" des aus Zofingen stammenden, seit 1500 in Strassburg wirkenden, Johannes Knobloch [eigentlich Cist (gest. 1528)] dar. Knoblochs erstem Druck von Vergils Zyklus in zehn hexametrischen Gedichten von 1508, basierend auf der Kölner Bucolica-Ausgabe von 1503, folgte 1510 ein geringfügig korrigierter Neudruck. Der Kommentar des aus Zwolle stammenden Grammatikers Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek oder van der Beeke (gest. 1520)] war erstmals 1495 gedruckt worden. Ausgerichtet ist Torrentinus' Text auf die Bedürfnisse des poetischen Anfangsunterrichts und gibt entsprechend häufig ganz elementare Erklärungen. In jedem Abschnitt des Kommentar wird zunächst eine kurze Einführung zur vorausgegangenen Textpartie geboten, an die sich die "Constructio" anschliesst, in der zum leichteren Verständnis die poetische Wortfolge in die in Prosa zu erwartende Abfolge gebracht wird. Dabei werden die einzelnen Wörter jeweils mit "id est" glossiert und paraphrasiert. Danach folgen die Worterklärungen. Torrentius' Kommentar wurde noch bis in die Mitte des 16. Jhs. hinein wiederholt abgedruckt. - Teilweise mit schmalem Wasserrand, die Marginalien stellenweise im Aussensteg etwas beschnitten. - VD 16, V-1446; Schmidt 79; Panzer VI, 55, 246; Ritter 2415; Muller 112; The Vergil Collections at Princton, Nr. 527; vgl. B. Schneider, Vergil (Ausstellungskat. HAB Wolfenbüttel 1982), D. 96 (Ausgabe 1510). Nicht in Mambelli und Leoncini. Very interesting copy, studiously and extensively annotated by a contemporary Humanist hand of this very scarce Strasbourg edition. It represents the third print of the "Bucolica" by the Swiss born Strasbourg printer Johann Knobloch (died 1528). After his first print in 1508, which is based on the Cologne edition of 1503, Knobloch reissued a slightly corrected edition of Vergilius' cycle of ten hexametric poems in 1508. The commentary of the Zwolle born Hermannus Torrentinus [Herman van Beek or van der Beeke (died 1520)] had appeared first in 1495. It was written for the use of elementary instruction in poetry in his school at Groningen and Zwolle and offers correlatively often elementary explanations. In every part of the commentary is given a short introduction to the previous section of the poem, followed by the "Constructio" and the explanations of the single words. The commentary of Torrentius, whose eyesight was failing around 1508 was reprinted up to the middle of the 16th century. - With narrow waterstain in parts, few marginalia minimally affected by slightly trimmed outer margin. - 19th century vellum (later endpapers and fly-leaves). Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. (Vorsätze erneuert).

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        Fasciculus Temporum omnes antiquorum cronicas succinte complectens

      (In fine:) (Paris), sumptibus Johannis Parvi, MDXII (Jean Petit 1512), - in-4, ff. (5, su 6, mancando il frontespizio, sostituito da antico facsimile), legatura.coeva in pergamena, dorso con difetti, antiche scritte sui piatti.Con 15 belle incisioni su legno, di un quarto di pag., raffig. episodi della storia umana, antiche città ecc. (Arca di Noè, Torre di Babele, incendio di Sodoma e Gomorra, Atene, Troia, Roma, Bisanzio, Babilonia, Lione, Berna, una grande Crocefissione, ecc.) e un gran numero di cerchi che inscrivono nomi di personaggi illustri ed eventi storici importanti. Pregevole edizione, più rara di quelle quattrocentesche, di questo magnifico illustrato, una delle opere più popolari e fortunate dell'epoca, composta dal Rolewinck (1427-1502), frate certosino di Colonia, e primo libro a stampa con la storia cronologica del mondo, a partire dalla creazione e poi attraverso l'epoca biblica, classica, medievale, con le aggiunte in quest'edizione fino al 1504. Esempl. con numerose chiose di mano coeva vergate nei margini qua e là (purtroppo, come si è detto, mancante del titolo-frontespzio). BMC, French Books, 161. Adams R-674. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opere del Divino Poeta Danthe con suoi comenti: recorrecti con ogni diligentia novamente in littera corsiva impresse. In Bibliotheca S.Bernardini.

      (In fine, colphon:) Fine del comento di Christoforo Landinno sopra la Comedia di Danthe poeta excellentissimo reuista e emendata da.Pietro da Figino,,,Impressa in Venetia per Miser Bernardino Stagnino da Trino de monferra. Del M.CCCCC.XII. (Venezia, B.Stagnino, 1512), - in-4 (mm.203x155), ff.(12), 440 (per errore 441), carattere corsivo, testo racchiuso nel commento. Titolo in rosso, entro bordura figurata e con S.Bernardino da Siena a centro pag., al f.a1 verso scena raffigurante Dante in tre pose differenti accanto a Virgilio e alle tre fiere; nel testo vi sono 98 grandi vignette che ilustrano il poema. Il tutto inciso in silografia. La presente edizione riprende il testo curato dal Bembo nel 1502, con l'aggiunta del Commento di Cristoforo Landino e le correzioni di Fra' Pietro da Figino, già pubblicate nel 1491 da M.Benali e M.Codecà, dalla quale vengono pure risprese le xilografie che aprono i Canti. Edizione bella e rara. Esemplare in legatura moderna assai bella, di imitazione 500.sca, in marocchino bruno decorato a secco. (La silografia di Dante e Virgilio fu anticamente rimarginata su altro foglio di carta). Bacchi della Lega p.39. De Batines,I, e)-71. Mambelli n.23. Essling 536. Sander 2320. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Postilla super Epistolas et Euangelia. Epistolas de tempore e de sanctis per totius anni circumitum. Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi.

      (In fine:) In Venetiarum urbe, impressa impensis Luceantonij de Giunta, per Petrum de Quarengijs, 1512, - 3 parti in 1 vol. in-4, ff. (4), 103, (1 bianco); 68; 31, (1 bianco mancante); leg. coeva in p. pergamena molle, tit. ms. al dorso. Titolo in rosso con grande impresa edit.; testo racchiuso nel commento su due colonne, numerose iniz. ornate. La prima parte ("Postilla super Evangelia") è illustrata da 54 vignette silografiche, mentre la seconda ("Postilla super epistolas annuales") ha solo iniziali ornate. Entrambe sono ristampa dell'edizione giuntina del 6 nov. 1505. La terza parte ("Passio Domini Nostri Jesu Christi") è qui in edizione originale ed è pregevolmente illustrata da due grandi scene della crocifissione (la prima animatissima, la seconda solo con la Vergine e S. Giovanni) e 20 piccole vignette nel testo. "Guillermus Arvensis, detto anche Parisiensis perché fu dal 1228 vescovo di Parigi, ove morì nel 1249; scolastico, ma antiaristotelico, caldeggiò le dottrine platonizzanti degli Arabi. Le sue opere furono messe a stampa a Norimberga nel 1496 e, più correttamente, ad Orléans nel 1674" (Camerini I, n. 97, p. 126; ulteriori notizie bio-bibliografiche in Enciclopedia Cattolica VI, col. 1252-3). Pregevole testo di esegesi dottrinaria medievale e bel figurato d'inizio XVI secolo. Raro figurato del primo cinquecento. Esempl. con firma di possesso coeva sul tit. (con timbri di biblioteche estinte all'inizio ed in fine, lavori di tarlo per lo più marginali). Manca al BMC e all'Adams. Camerini 154. Sander II, 3339. Essling 196. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iosepho De Bello Iudaico In Lingua Tosacana

      Soterinus, Petrus/Giunta, Philip-Florence, Italy, 1512 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.. Hardcover. Very Good.

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        Ensayo cronologico, para la historia general de la Florida.

      Written under his nom de plume of Gabriel de Cardenas Z Cano, the Ensayo cronologico, para la historia general de la Florida of Andrés González de Barcía has enjoyed constant readership since its initial publication in the early 18th century, when it was composed as a companion to González de Barcía's magisterial edition of Inca Garcilasso de la Vega's La Florida. The Ensayo is a history of not just Florida but virtually all of America north of Mexico from 1512 to 1722 and details the activities of the Spanish, French, and English, covering not just wars but offering much on the indigenous populations, New World diseases, and so on. The present edition forms volumes 8 and 9 of the series Historia de la conquista del Nuevo Mundo. Provenance: Bookplate of the great 19th-century Mexican collector J. M. Andrade on the front pastedown of each volume.

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        Taurica chersones vs. Nostra aetate przecopsca et Gazara dicitur

      Artist: Mercator Gehard (- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c 1585 1512 - Artist: Mercator, Gehard (1512- 1594) Duisburg; Issued in: Duisburg; date: c. 1585; - Condition: Very good; Map shows the Ukrain with the peninsula Krim and the black sea

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        Brabantia, Gulick et Cleve. [1585]. [Gerahmter Original-Kupferstich / framed original colored copper engraving].

       Gerhard Mercator , geboren am 5. März 1512 in Rupelmonde, Grafschaft Flandern, gestorben am 2. Dezember 1594 in Duisburg, Mathematiker, Geograph und Kartograf. Altkolorierter Original-Kupferstich aus dem \"Belgii inferioris geographica tabule\" von Gerhard Mercator, Duisburg 1585, Seite 185 und 186. Rückseitig Text in Latein, sowie kolorierter Initiale. Kupferstich gerahmt im teils vergoldeten Holzrahmen mit rückseitigem Sichtfenster. Maße Platte: 35,0 x 46,5 cm. Blattgröße: ca. 46 x 57 cm. Rahmen: 50,5 x 61,0 cm. Blatt mit winzigen Fleckchen, sichtbare Mittelfalz. Sehr gutes Exemplar. Colored original-copper engraving by Gerhard Mercator from about 1585. Backside latin text and colored initial. Copper engraving framed in wooden frame, backside with viewing window. Measure plate: 35,0 x 46,5 cm. Measure sheet: 46 x 57 cm. Measure frame: 50,5 x 61,0 cm. Sheet with little spots, visible middle fold. Fine condition. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Kartographie / cartography, mapping; Original-Kupferstich / original copper engraving

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        B. Gregorii, Turonensis episcopi, Historiarum precipue gallicarum lib. X ; In vitas patrum fere sui temporis lib. I ; de Gloria confessorum praecipue Gallorum lib. I ; Adonis, Viennensis episcopi, sex aetatum mundi breves seu commentarii, usque ad Carolum Simplicem, Francorum regem.

      Venundantur ab impressore Jodoco Badio et Joanne Parvo, Paris 1512 - In-folio de (6)-CLXXXIIII ff. chiffrés, le dernier coté CLXXXII par erreur. Relié à la suite : GRÉGOIRE DE NYSSE. Divini Gregorii, Nyssae episcopi. Libri octo. I. De Homine. II. De Anima. III. De Elementis. IIII. De Viribus animae. V. De Voluntario et involuntario. VI. De Fato. VII. De Libero arbitrio. VIII. De Providentia. Item Oratio Gregorii Nazianzeni. Basilius de Differentia usiae et hypostasis. Et quaedam alia. In aedibus Ascensianis, sabbato post Pentecosten MCCCCCXIII. (Parisiis), 1513. In-folio de XXXVI ff. Les deux pièces reliées en 1 vol. in-folio vélin rigide, dos à nerfs, titre manuscrit sur le dos (reliure moderne). Large mouillure atteignant le premier tiers du livre. Edition princeps de l'Histoire des Francs de Grégoire de Tours, imprimée en 1512 par Josse Bade pour Guillaume Petit, confesseur du roi, auquel elle est dédiée. « Aujourd'hui encore, la connaissance du règne de Clovis serait peu de chose si Grégoire de Tours n'existait pas. L'oeuvre historique du prélat est parfaitement connue et accessible à la fin du Moyen Age. Elle ne connaît certes d'impression qu'en 1512 (?) depuis longtemps, le récit de Grégoire jouit d'une haute réputation : au XIIIe siècle, Primat se plaint certes de la corruption d'un passage de l'Histoire des Francs mais il ne fait que répéter Aimoin critiquant la copie à sa disposition et renvoie à l'évêque de Tours pour la chronologie du VIe siècle. En 1512, Josse Bade, l'éditeur de la version imprimée, affirme l'autorité de Grégoire qui vaut plus par sa véridicité que par son élégance jugée incertaine au temps sévère de l'humanisme. L'évêque de Tours fournit en tout état de cause le premier récit couvrant l'ensemble du règne de Clovis et à ce titre, il paraît devoir constituer la référence principale sur la période. » (Le baptême de Clovis, son écho à travers l'histoire par Michel Rouche, pp. 257-258) Belle impression en caractères romains. Titre à encadrement gravé sur bois avec la marque de Jean Petit. La date 1522 à la dernière souscription ne peut provenir que d'une faute d'impression. Brunet, II, 1730 ; Tchemerzine-Scheler, III, 484 ; Moreau, II, 330 ; Renouard, Bibliographie de Josse Badius, II, 477 ; Renouard, Imprimeurs, II, 188. 2. Première édition de ce corpus établi par Josse Bade en caractères romains qui rassemble Grégoire de Nysse, Grégoire de Naziance et un traité de Saint Basile. Encadrements et marque typographique au titre. Renouard, Bibliographie de Josse Badius, II, 477 ; Moreau, II, 585. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Leges Longobardorum [Bound with Three Other Works]...

      1512. Early Studies of Canon, Roman and Lombard Law Bohier, Nicolas de [1469-1539], Editor. Leges Longobardorum Seu Capitulare Divi ac Sacratissimi Carolimagni Imp[er]atoris: [Et] Fra[n]cie Regis ac Novelle [Con]stitut[i]o[n]es D[omi]ni Justinia. Imp[er]atoris cu[m] P[rae]faciu[n]cula [et] An[n]otationib[us] in Ipsas. ll. [et] Co[n]stitutiones Novellas.[Lyons: Antoine du Ry: Simon Vincent, 1512]. ciij, [1], cj, clx, [2] ff. [Bound with] Bohier, Nicolas de, Editor. Sole[m]nis Repetitio Famose l. Consentaneum. C. Quomodo [et] Q[ua]n[do] Iudex...[Lyons: Antoine du Ry: Simon Vincent, 1512]. xxxviii ff. Sections of text in parallel columns. [And] Bohier, Nicolas de Questio de Custodia Clavium Portarum Civitatu[m]: Castrorum [et] Aliorum Locorum Fortiliciorum... [Lyons: Antoine du Ry: Simon Vincent, 1512]. xix, [1] ff. Main text in parallel columns. [And] Castellione, Johannes Lapus de. Allegationes D[omi]ni Lapi. Tractatus Allegationu[m] Illustrissimi. J. U. Monarche D[omi]ni Lapi de Castellbovo. Lyons: Impe[n]sis Vencentii de Portonariis, 1532. [xii], cxxvj, [1] ff. Main text in parallel columns. Four works in one volume. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-3/4"). Nineteenth-century vellum, lettering piece to spine, edges rouged. Light soiling, spine ends bumped, boards slightly bowed, front joint partially cracked. Woodcut decorated initials and colophons, title page of Allegationes printed within architectural border. Some toning to text, heavier in places, title page of Leges Longobardorum and following three leaves lightly browned and moderately edgeworn, faint dampstaining to margins in a few places. Later annotations to rear endleaf, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. An appealing volume containing four scarce titles. * Leges Longobardorum: first edition; Solemnis and Questio: only editions; Allegationes: later edition. Leges Longobardorum is a pioneering critical edition of the legal code of the Lombards (Italians) issued after

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        Eusebii Caesariensis Episcopi Chronicon id est Tempporum Breviarium incipit foeliciter

      PARIS, HENRICUM STEPHANUM. & IODOCI BADII 1512 - EUSEBIO CESARIENSE. DE TEMPORIBUS. Cronicon de. - PARIS, HENRICUM STEPHANUM. & IODOCI BADII, 1512. IMPRESO EN ROJO Y NEGRO EN TODAS SUS PAGINAS. 20 HOJAS. 175 FOLIOS) "Euserbii Caesariensis Episcopi Chronicon id est Tempporum Breviarium incipit foeliciter." Bien encuadernado en piel. Falta algo más de un tercio de la portada. Encuadernado en piel, lomo con nervios y tejuelos. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sermones quadragesimales.

      Parrhisii (Paris), venales habentur ab (impensis) Johanne paruo, (colophon:) Per M. Petrum olivier ere et impensis Johannis petit, 1512 (4 Aug.),. in-8°, texte a 2 col., 254 fol., titre en rouge et noir avec initiale et grande figure gravee sur bois, belle marque gravee sur bois a la fin du volume, texte en car. goth. orne d'initales, recto des feuilles num. a la plume d'encre, bords de qqs feuilles abimes, bords sup. et infer. de la feuille de titre restaures, exlibris ancien ms. sur le titre, sous la marque a la fin, et a l'interieur du plat inferieur 'Johannes Cornutus ... 1565', et sur une page blanche a la fin 'Claudius Vüactus ... 1592', reliure originale du debut du XVIe siecle, ornee a froid (3 bandes verticales ornees, dans encadrement, entoure d'ornements), habillement restaure (et completee), gardes renouvelles, bon exemplaire.. Troisieme edition post-incunable a la fois la derniere des "Sermons" de Jean Gritsch. La gravure sur le titre represente Jesus Christ avec ses disciples entoure de texte et d'ornements en rouge. La grande marque de 'M. Petrus oliverius Rothomagensis' represente 'Sanctus Romanus'.Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Adams G-1276; Panzer donne les editions anterieures (e.a. 2 postincunables de 1505 et 1506, sans mentionner cette edition parisienne de 1512); Mortimer, French 16th century books -; Buchberger, Lexikon für Theologie und Kirche -; Wetzer und Weste's Kirchenlexikon -; Hoefer NBG -.

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        ANTIQUITATUM ROMANARUM PAULI MANUTII. Liber de Legibus. Index rerum memorabilium.

      Testo latino. Opera dedicata al Cardinale Ippolito d'Este. Cm.28x18,3. Carte (3), 1 bianca, LXXX numerate solo al verso, 2. Legatura tardo ottocentesca cartonata con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso e piatti marmorizzati. Al frontespizio l'impresa tipografica aldina con l'ancora con delfino in un festone di frutti e vegetali. Aloni e fioriture diffusi. Restauro all'ultima carta. Esemplare, pur rifilato, a buoni margini. Alcune chiose d'epoca manoscritte. Paolo Manuzio (Venenzia, 1512 - 1574), figlio di Aldo, aveva concepito un opera in quattro parti sulle antichità romane. Di queste solo il presente, dedicato alla legislazione, vide la luce prima della morte dell'umanista, mentre i rimanenti, "De senatu", "De comitiis" e "De civitate Romana" furono pubblicati in seguito. Renouard segnala la presenza di due esemplari pressochè analoghi impressi nello stesso anno, annotandone una differenza solo al verso dell'ultima carta con numerazione romana. L'ipotesi da lui avanzata è che la prima edizione consti, a quella pagina, di 5 righe, mentre la seconda, "plus correcte, et augmentée", di 33, come nel nostro esemplare

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        Proverbios de don Yñigo Lopez de Mendoça.

      [Sevilla, Jacobo Cromberger, 1512]. - Folio; 28 hojas, de 32, faltando la hoja con signatura dI y las tres hojas finales. Falta parcial de texto en la última hoja conservada, de algunas letras en la hoja con signatura dIII y márgenes blancos recortados en hoja dIIII. Portada orlada con un bloque grabado xilográfico central que muestra un monje escribiendo en un jardín, con animales a su alrededor. Impresión gótica, a dos columnas, de 47 lineas. Encuadernación moderna en piel.

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        Ins. Ceilan que incolis Tenarifin dictur

      Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Measures 18.25" x 21.5". Pictogram map of Sri Lanka with wonderful illustrations of giant elephants, trees, mountains and rivers. North is oriented towards the left. Gerard Mercator (1512-1594) was an accomplished mathematician, cartographer, globe maker and engraver 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; furthermore, it has since become historically important, as it is still the most commonly used projection today. Originally created by Mercator, this plate was issued after his death by the prominent engraver and instrument-maker Jodocus Hondius, who republished Mercator's work in many languages and editions. Although their partnership was only indirect, Mercator and Hondius are one of the most significant pairs in the history of mapmaking.

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        Proverbios de don Yñigo Lopez de Mendoça

      [Sevilla, Jacobo Cromberger, 1512]. Folio; 28 hojas, de 32, faltando la hoja con signatura dI y las tres hojas finales. Falta parcial de texto en la última hoja conservada, de algunas letras en la hoja con signatura dIII y márgenes blancos recortados en hoja dIIII. Portada orlada con un bloque grabado xilográfico central que muestra un monje escribiendo en un jardín, con animales a su alrededor. Impresión gótica, a dos columnas, de 47 lineas. Encuadernación moderna en piel.

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        [TWENTY-SIX WOODCUT PANELS FROM THE TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION OF HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR MAXIMILIAN I]

      [Germany. Originally 1512-1519 but this printing circa 1777].. Twenty-six woodcut panels, from 15 x 9 inches to 15 x 15 1/4 inches, most sized closer to the latter. All mounted to old cardstock, some toning and edge wear, almost all with pinholes, some with the printed sequence number trimmed away, short jagged tear to one example. Overall good. A collection of twenty-six panels from the famous and monumental series of woodcuts commissioned by Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I and commonly known as THE TRIUMPHAL PROCESSION or THE TRIUMPH OF MAXIMILIAN I. This massive undertaking to celebrate in woodcut the achievements of the young emperor resulted in a continuous woodcut image that measures approximately 177ft. when all 139 images are placed in sequence. Between 1512 and until Maximilian's death in 1519, numerous skilled artists of the day created woodblock images for the TRIUMPH, including Hans Burgkmair, Albrecht Dürer, Albrecht Altdorfer, Hans Springinklee, Leonard Beck, Hans Schäufelein, and Wolf Huber. The text to accompany the book was personally dictated by Maximilian to his secretary, Marx Treitzsaurwein. It is from this text that we know the subjects and settings for each of the individual woodcuts. Hans Burgkmair was the chief artist responsible for the TRIUMPH. Burgkmair was the leading painter and draughtsman in the wealthy city of Augsburg, and of all of Maximilian's artists, Burgkmair was the most important in adapting his talents to the service of the Emperor. He is best remembered for his graphic work including Biblical illustrations, book illustrations, coats of arms, and ornaments. Burgkmair drew sixty-six of the 137 woodcuts for the TRIUMPH, accounting for nineteen of the twenty-six woodcuts here. Six of the remaining seven woodcuts in this collection were accomplished by Albrecht Altdorfer (numbers 73, 74, 75, 76, 78, and 85), attributed to him by the critic Joseph Meder in 1932 on stylistic grounds. Number 126 is attributed to Hans Schäufelein. Because the portions of some of the woodcuts with banner plaques are supposed to have inscriptions but are printed in solid black (as in numbers 73-76, and others below), these examples were printed from the original woodblocks in either the 1520s or ca. 1777. The cutting of the inscriptions on these woodblocks was completed after the second edition in 1777 but before the edition of 1796. So, these woodcuts are most likely from the 1777 second edition based on paper stock, overall appearance, and for differences in the numbers printed on some examples as they relate to the first edition strikes. The woodcuts present here are especially interesting for their depiction of peoples, animals, and costumes from exotic lands. The two-panel scene composed of numbers 21 and 22 shows a giant camel pulling two men playing organs. The giant African or Asian elephant in the penultimate number is exquisitely handled, and punctuates the two panels present here that depict the exotic peoples of Calicut, a port city on the Malabar coast of southern India. Portuguese ships had first reached Calicut in 1506 and the colony of goad established in 1511, so their appearance represents peoples as exotic as New World natives would have been. Largely, these people are represented as little more than savages, wearing loin cloths, animal skins, grass skirts, or no clothing, carrying primitive weaponry, and juxtaposed with their animals in a more intimate manner than in the more "civilized" people represented in the other woodcuts, carrying monkeys and birds, and walking amongst their cows and sheep. Several examples present here can be conjoined to make two-, three-, or four-panel displays. Numbers 41 and 42 connect jousters to the chief jousting official who bears their banner, the beginning panels of the jousting section of the display. Numbers 44 and 45 connect Italian jousters with their standard bearer. Numbers 47- 49 also connect jousters in a three-panel display showing high-saddled jousters, those in leg armor, and still more Italian jousters with rounded handguards. The most continuous display achievable with this selection is a four-panel representation of horsemen from the Austrian hereditary territories from Duino to various foreign inheritances. The twenty-six woodcuts included here are as follows (all numbers referencing the Dover publication, followed by the number printed on the image, if one can be ascertained): 1) Number 11. Wilhelm von Greyssen, the chief boar hunter, on horseback with five wild boars trailing him. 2) Number 13. Herr Diepolt von Slandersberg, the chief bear hunter, on horseback with five bears trailing him. 3) Number 15. Vice-marshal Eberpach bearing a plaque for the cupbearer, cook, barber, tailor, and cobbler. 4) Number 21. A large camel driven by a small boy carrying the leader's verse. 5) Number 22. Master Paul Hofhaimer and another musician on a low plow car bearing an organ. This woodcut connects with number 21 above via a harness on the camel. 6) Number 37. Five men of the Gefecht with bucklers with unsheathed long swords. 7) Number 40. Five men of the Gefecht with ordinary swords in the scabbards, all wearing wreaths. 8) Number 41. Herr Anthony von Yfan, chief tourneyer, on horseback bearing a banner which was to have been inscribed with verse regarding knightly tournaments. 9) Number 42. Following Yfan, five tourneyers abreast in good order on foot in full armor. Follows the woodcut featuring Yfan just above. 10) Number 44. Printed number 43 in upper right corner. Herr Wolfgang von Polhaim on horseback bearing a banner for Rennen, a type of jousting with pointed lances and lighter armor. 11) Number 45. Italian jousters, five abreast in good order, on horseback. 12) Number 47. Hohenzeuggestech, high-saddled jousters, five abreast on horseback. 13) Number 48. Five jousters in leg armor, on horseback, the horses covered in leather, grasping their lances beneath the round guards, heads wreathed. 14) Number 49. Italian jousters, five on horseback, with murneten, round jousts with circular guards. 15) Number 51. Printed number 50 in upper right corner. Geschifftrennen, five men on horseback with shields that jump inot the air in pieces. 16) Number 55. Printed number 49 in upper right corner. Schwiefrennen, showing five men on horseback, indicating an oblique line of attack. 17) Number 73. The Austrian hereditary territories of Duino, Oberwaldsee, and Unterwaldsee represented by three horsemen bearing banners of the territories. 18) Number 74. The Austrian hereditary territories of Burgendt and Zeringen represented by two horsemen bearing banners of the territories. 19) Number 75. The Austrian hereditary territories of Bohemian inheritance and English inheritance represented by two horsemen bearing banners of the territories. 20) Number 76. The Austrian hereditary territories of Portuguese inheritance and Moravian inheritance represented by two horsemen bearing banners of the territories. 21) Number 78. A group of Burgundian fifers in good order with bombardons, a type of bass tuba. 22) Number 85. Printed number 84 in upper right corner. The Burgundian territories of Charolois, Maconois, Auxerrois represented by three men on horseback carrying banners. 23) Number 114. Printed number 97 in upper right corner. Prisoners from lands where Maximilian waged war, this scene showing ten men carrying a statue of a woman with angel's wings, and each of these women carrying a palm or some other symbol of triumph. 24) Number 126. Printed number 104 in upper right corner. Meritorious soldiers, showing a man on foot carrying a banner, followed by two ranks of arquebusiers, five men in each. 25) Number 129. Printed 107 in the upper right corner. The people of Calicut, represented by a man in a loin cloth, wearing a laurel wreath, astride a giant elephant, followed by representations of the people of Calicut, naked like Indians. 26) Number 131. Printed number 109 in the upper right corner. More people of Calicut with spears, some naked, some dressed in the Moorish fashion, all wearing laurel wreaths, and including a cow, a small child, and two women carrying baskets of fruit atop their heads. "In its boldness of conception, its epic proportions, and its wealth of content, the TRIUMPH OF MAXIMILIAN I stands as one of the world's richest and most unusual monuments of art...In one splendid sheet after another it portrays the achievements and aspirations, the dreams of eternity and the earthly pleasures, of the most colorful and paradoxical ruler of his time...Fond as he was of entertainments and traditions that harked back to medieval times, still this 'last of the knights' (born 1459, dies 1519) possessed a sense of the power of publicity unique in his day. He saw clearly how he could enhance the glory of himself and his Hapsburg dynasty through the widest possible dissemination of inspiring words and pictures. The woodcut was the ideal medium for his purpose...It is impossible to overestimate the importance of the TRIUMPH as a primary source for the history of costume, musical instruments, heraldry, and military and sporting weapons, armor, and appurtenances; for portraits of individual historical characters; and for hundreds of authentic and unusual ornamental motifs" - Appelbaum. An excellent cross-section of Maximilian I's incredible pictorial celebration of his reign, extraordinarily rare in the market for even a single example. Stanley Appelbaum, THE TRIUMPH OF MAXIMILIAN I (New York: Dover Publications, 1964).

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        Facsiculus Medicine

      Claes de Grave, Antwerp 1512 - Folio (275x210 mm). ci [i.e. xcix, 5] ff. including 8 full-page woodcuts, large woodcut ornamental initials at the beginning of each tract, printed paragraph marks and printed initials within each tract. Signatures: a-p6, q4, r6, s4. Text printed in 2 columns with 41 lines and headline. Printer's device (coat of arms) and colophon at leaf r6r: "Ende is voleyndt in dye v[er]maerde stadt van Antwerpen bi Claes die Graue in onser vrouwe[n] pant. Int iaer ons here[n] M. CCCCC. ende xij. op den xxvisten Dach van Meye." Errors in foliation: Numbers xxxviii-xl omitted in sequence and a leaf numbered xlvii appears between leaves numbered xlix and 1. Also, leaves xlv, lvi, and lxxxviii are misnumbered xl, lvii, and xcxi respectively. Original wooden boards, spine repaired with old leather, one catch plate, two remnants of wooden clasp plates and one brass corner still present, no flyleaves present. Leaves are untrimmed, fore-edges mostly frayed, a few annotations present in contemporary hand. The paper is lightly browned throughout with marginal soiling and occasional spotting. Few leaves have short closed tears, some leaves with paper repairs at gutter and fore-margin (not affecting text or images). An outstanding copy of an impossibly rare work, printed on strong paper. Complete. ---- Nijhoff-Kronenberg 1223; Coppens, Quaerendo 39, 2009, p.168-205; Panzer VI, 5, 17; PMM 36 (first Italian ed.); Dibner 121 (2nd Latin ed.); Heirs of Hippocrates (1522 Lat. ed.); Norman, Grolier Medicine 10 (1st Latin and Italian eds.); not in Wellcome or Durling/NLM. Exceedingly rare with only 9 copies known to date of which 2 are incomplete. According to C. Coppens, 2 are in The Netherlands (Amsterdam Univ. Lib. and a fragment in the Koninklijke Lib., The Hague), 2 in Belgium (Royal Lib. Brussels and an incomplete copy at Univ. Lib. Leuven), 2 in Copenhagen and 1 with the College of Physicians of Philadelphia. According to USTC, a further copy is at Houghton Library, USA. No copies are in Wellcome Library or the National Library of Medicine. No copies in Germany, Italy or the U.K. The Antwerp 1512 edition of Ketham's Fasciculus is the first illustrated book on medicine in the Netherlands (Coppens). On 26 May 1512 Claes de Grave in Antwerp brought out a Dutch translation of the Fasciculus on to the market. The translator, a certain Petrus Antonianus (Peter Antonissen or something similar) identifies himself in a preface, the Prologhe, and says that he has translated the book from the Latin for the honour of Antwerp and for the benefit of ordinary people, "ten profi jte vanden gemeinen volcke" (Coppens, p.175-6). In January 1512, the printer-bookseller and bookbinder Claes de Grave was granted the privilege by the Council of Brabant in Brussels to print in the vernacular, among others, Ketham's Fasciculus Medicine and Cube's Den groten herbarius [The great Herbal]. Ketham's work has evidently been compiled from two editions of the Fasciculus; the colophon appears on the last leaf of the penultimate gathering. (Nijhoff-Kronenberg 1223). As is suitable for books in the vernacular, a considerable number are illustrated or at least have a richly adorned title page. The woodcuts are by various artists and differ in quality. Some have clearly been taken over from elsewhere. For his first production he certainly made a huge effort and had new woodcuts made for the Fasciculus based on the cycle first published by De Gregori. De Grave followed in the footsteps of the Venetian publisher who produced the first illustrated medical book in Italy, when, so many years later, he brought the first illustrated medical book in the Netherlands on to the market. It is no slavish copy of the Italian model. In the first place the Italian Renaissance has not yet reached the Netherlands apart from some small decorative elements. As the Latin text is translated into Dutch, so too the Italian illustrations are translated, but the order is changed. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SEC Disclosures Checklists 2013 (W CD-ROM)(TitleLanguage) SEC Disclosures Checklists 2013 (W/ CDROM)

      CCH Inc., 2013-03-15. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2013-03-15 Pages: 1512 Language: English Publisher:. CCH Inc SEC Disclosures Checklists is a practical guide designed for CPAs who service public companies. whether internally or externally It identifies disclosure requirements for financial statements. Managements. Discussion and Analysis (MD & A). and the SEC rules mandated by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 This product is both for preparers and reviewers of financial statements that will be included in 1933 or 1934 Act... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Gedrucktes Mandat mit Vollziehungsstempel und eigenh. Vollziehungsstrich ("se"): Verhängung der Reichsacht über Graf Emich von Leiningen.

      Köln, 11. IX. 1512. - 1 S. Qu.-Imp.-Folio (310 x 444 mm). Mit rotem Wachssiegel. Schönes Dokument zur Reichsgeschichte des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Die Verhängung der Reichsacht (1512-1518) wegen Leiningens Eintritt in französische Kriegsdienste. - Mit gedr. Handzeichen des Kaisers und einer gedr. Gegenzeichnung von Kanzler Cyprian von Serenthein. - Gering stockfleckig.

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        Bulla ultima convocationis et invitationis Cardinaliu[m] absentiu[m] et Prelatorum gallice nationis ad celebratione[m] Concilii Lateranen[se], cu[m] declaratione nullitatis gestoru[m] per Conciliabulu[m] Pisanu[m] per S. D. N. Juliu[m] ii. Pomt. Max. edita.

      [Nürnberg, Johann Weissenburger, 1512]. - 4 unnum. Bll. Mit halbseitigem Wappenholzschnitt am Titel. 4to. Von Balthasar Tuerdus und Jakob Questenberg unterfertigte Bulle, mit der sich Papst Julius II. an jene franzöisischen Kleriker richtete, die der 5. Lateransynode fernblieben, die er 1512 gegen das antipäpstliche Konzil von Pisa einberufen hatte. - Selten, das letzte auf einer Auktion angebotene Exemplar dieser Ausgabe fälschlich dem römische Drucker Marcello Silber zugeschrieben (Zisska & Kistner, 46, 537). - Sauber und fleckenfrei. VD 16, K 249. Vgl. BM-STC Italian 571 (andere Ausgaben).

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        CARTA EXECUTORIA DE HIDALGUIA A PEDIMIENTO DE JUAN DE SANTESTEBAN VECINO DE LA CIUDAD DE ANTEQUERA 1512

      - Manuscrito de una carta ejecutoria de hidalguía, 1512, 30x22, encuadernado en piel, 20 hojas, ilustrado (portada, letras capitulares), Antequera, Málaga, siglo XVI

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        OPERA; de Asino aureo libelli .XI. [or, The golden ASS and others]

      Florence, [1512, colophon]: Philippi de Giunta, printer with his device on Colophon Latin, (4)pp., ccliii (253)leaves, bound in full contemporary vellum, spine lettered, ruled and decorated in brown ink, all edges blue, a few leaves with scattered foxing but mostly fresh and bright, small abraision near foot but not a significant defect. The philosophical treatises which comprise the major part of the book deal both with Plato and his interpreter in the Renaissance, Marsilius Ficino. He wrote three books on Plato (the third is lost): De Platone et eius dogmate ("On Plato and His Teaching") and De Deo Socratis ("On the God of Socrates"), which expounds the Platonic notion of demons, beneficent creatures intermediate between gods and mortals (Ency. Britannica). Of historical interest, the Medici family ruled Florence between 1434-1531, they lost control and were expelled in 1494 and a Florentine Republic was established. The Medici were restored in 1512, (the publication date of this work) and Machiavelli would publish his book "The Prince" the following year. John M. Najemy, in his book titled "Between Friends" notes "Apuleius was, or would become, a major inspiration for Machiavelli in the Asino. A superb copy printed by Philippi de Ginta with his printer's mark. Very nice.. 4" x 6 1/2" .

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        COLLECTANEA ADAGIORUM VETERUM DESIDERII ERASMI ROTERODAMI GERMANIAE X Tertia Recognitione... Lector Eme, Lege, Et Probabis Tempus Obserua

      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&#39;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.<br> The ADAGIA is Erasmus&#39;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 range of classical texts produced a much fuller picture of the literature of antiquity than had been possible. Its impact has been long lasting. Expressions such as; One step at a time, between a rock and a hard place, break the ice, an iron in the fire, looking a gift horse in the month, and countless other examples can all trace their origin in modern usage to the ADAGIA.

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        Decreti Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis &.

      1512 - Handsomely Printed Edition of Gratian, Lyons 1512 Gratian, the Canonist [c.1090-c.1160]. Johannes Teutonicus [c. 1175-1245], Glosses. Astesano [d.c. 1330]. Martinus, Polonus [d. 1279]. Bartolomeo da Brescia [d. 1258], Glosses. Decreti Huius Amplissimum Argume[n]tum: Consanguinitatis & Affinitatis Arboristic Imprimitur. fo. ccclxxxv: Hic Divisiones Domini Archidyaconi hic Reperiuntur: Adduntur Biblie Capita Caractere Textuali Impressa: Pregnans Tabula pro Glosaru[m] Medullis in Marginibus Positis: Canonum Congregatio Perfecta sub Indice Fidelissimo Varia Carmina Totam Breviter Materiam Complectentia : Inest Decretum Abbreviatum Enigmata Succincte Resoluens: Seorsum Concilia Sunt hic Diversis ex Locis Coadunata: Margarita Seu Tabula Martiniana Nuperrime Recognita hic Inferitur. [Lyons]: Francoys Fradin, [1512]. CCCCXXVI, [22], XXXVIII, [2] ff. Woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity. Text in parallel columns within linear gloss. Folio (15-1/2" x 11"). Later calf, raised bands, lettering piece and gilt ornaments to spine. Moderate rubbing to boards with some (mostly shallow) scuffing, heavier rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends, board edges and corners, front hinge cracked but secure, bookplate residue to front pastedown, front free endpaper partially detached, rear hinge starting, light soiling to title page. Fol. 1 features a large woodcut frontispiece of Gratian surrounded by Old Testament figures, saints and church fathers. Large woodcut printed device to title page, woodcut decorated initials, text printed in gothic type. Minor worming to text block, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, internally clean. * The Concordia Discordantia Canonum, or as it is better known, the Decretum Gratiani, is the cornerstone of modern canon law. The first work of its kind, it was supposedly compiled by Gratian, a Camaldolese monk, around 1140. Using the latest scholastic and juristic techniques from Bologna, he attempted to harmonize these disparate texts. Like the Corpus Juris Civilis in the study of the civil law, it became the basic text for the study of canon law for many centuries. The Decretum Gratiani addresses various aspects of church jurisdiction, offenses and legal proceedings, as well a [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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