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2019-11-04 17:19:12
Beroaldo, Filippo
Autor/es: Beroaldo, Filippo Editorial: Imp. Nicolas des Prez. Fecha Edición: 1513. Encuadernación: Enc. en pergamino. . Materia/s: Medicina Terremotos Bolonia. Estado: BIEN. Muy fina señal de taladro en el margen interior.París, 1513-1514. 2 h., XXI fol., 4 h. Sign. A4, B8, D6, E4 y A4. Bella marca tipográfica de Denis Roce en la portada. Los primeros caracteres del título son góticos. Capitulares. Apostillas marginales. Incluye palabras con caracteres griegos. Varias anotaciones manuscritas de la época, una de las cuales dice "liber Augustini Torquemada". Ensayo del humanista Filippo Beroaldo tras los movimientos sísmicos en Bolonia de principios de 1505. En la primera parte describe el terremoto de Bolonia y sus consecuencias, Y en la segunda la dedica a las pestilencias y a sus remedios. Texto plagado de referencias a los textos clásicos
Bookseller: Antiquària Malda, Llibreria [Barcelona, BCN, Spain]
2019-11-02 10:39:04
Julius II, Pope
[Rome: publisher not identified, 1513. 4to, pp. [12], collating A6; title within architectural woodcut border. recent purple morocco-backed marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine; fine. Regarding the election and approval thereof of Julius II as Pope. OCLC locates but 2 copies: Emery and Cambridge.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-10-28 08:30:44
Julius II, Pope
publisher not identified, [Rome, 1513. 4to, pp. [12], collating A6; title within architectural woodcut border. recent purple morocco-backed marbled boards, gilt-lettered spine; fine. Regarding the election and approval thereof of Julius II as Pope. OCLC locates but 2 copies: Emery and Cambridge. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (ABAA / ILAB) [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2019-10-20 04:51:02
PETRARCA, Francesco.
Venezia, per opera de Meser Bernardino Stagnino, 1513. 2 parti in un volume in-4, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio, ff. 158; (6), 184, bella legatura seicentesca in pelle, con ricca decorazione oro ai piccoli ferri; piatti con triplice bordura polilobata e motivo floreale al centro; dorso abilmente rifatto; tagli goffrati. Precede il testo una ''Vita'' del Petrarca composta da Antonio da Tempo e una dedica a ''Federico Marchese di Mantua''. Illustrato da 7 silografie a piena pagina, di cui sei per i Trionfi ed una, raffigurante Petrarca seduto sotto un albero incoronato da Amore, per i Sonetti. I legni sono tratti dall'edizione del 1508 di Gregorio de' Gregori, con l'aggiunta delle bordure. Marsand e Graesse notano che il testo di questa edizione rara e preziosa è basato sulla celebre padovana del 1472. Antiche note di possesso ms. al titolo ed in fine. Gamba 713, Olschki n. 21. Marsand p. 31. Sander n. 5616. STC 503. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-10-16 08:53:10
Augustinus. -
Impressa sunt hec opuscula impen//sis Joannis Parvi, bibliopole Pari//siensis, finemque ceperunt ad 1513. 14 nn., 300 röm. num. Bll, 6 nn., 178 röm. num. Bll. 21,5 x 15 cm, Ledereinband der Zeit. Schöne Postinkunabel mit zahlreichen größeren und kleinen Zier-Initialen in Schrotschnitt. Zweite von Badius Ascensius vesorgte Ausgabe. Neudruck der Ausgabe von 1502. Enthält Meditationes, Soliloquia, Enchiridon, Confessiones, De doctrina christiana, De vera religiona, De vita Sancti Augustini, De academicis, De ordine, De moribus ecclesie, De libro arbitrio u.v.m. Die Ränder vereinzelt fleckig, teils mit Unterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. Die Bindung leicht angebrochen. Der Rücken mit Ausbesserungen an den Enden sowie kleineren Fehlastellen. Guter Zustand. Second edition by Badius Ascensius, reprint of the edition 1502. Contemporary calf. Marings here and there slightly stained, few underlinings and marginalia by old hand, binding minim. broken. Spine with repaires defects at the extremities and 2 defective spots.
Bookseller: Krull GmbH [Germany]
2019-10-12 01:56:08
WOMEN, EARLY POETRY BY). PROBA, FALCONIA [FALTONIA]
Venice: Giovanni Tacuino, 1513. This is an attractive edition of one of the earliest examples of Christian poetry by a woman, composed in the fourth century and first printed ca. 1472. Born into an influential Roman family (her father, her husband, and her son all served as consuls), Faltonia Betitia Proba (ca. 322-70) was raised a pagan, but converted to Christianity after her marriage. In the present "cento" (a "patchwork" form of poetry comprised of excerpts from the work of another arranged to create a new work), she uses passages from Virgil's "Eclogues," "Georgics," and "Aeneid" to tell the Old Testament stories of Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Exodus as well as New Testament episodes from the life of Jesus. According to the Oxford Classical Dictionary, "The declared intention of the poet [here] is to relate the 'mysteries of Virgil' and to show that Virgil 'sang about the pious feats of Christ.' This makes Proba one of the first Roman poets to have actively appropriated Virgil as a Christian prophet." Proba's "Cento" was quite popular in the 15th and 16th centuries, perhaps for its suitability as an introductory text for Latin students. Consequently, it seems safe to say that Proba was both the first female author to have her work printed and the first female "best seller." (But despite the number of early printings, the book is now scarce in any edition.) The work has been attracting increased scholarly interest in recent years, particularly with the popularity of women's studies.. 152 x 99 mm. (6 x 3 7/8"). [15] leaves (without final blank). Early 20th c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-10-08 19:00:12
(WOMEN, EARLY POETRY BY). PROBA, FALCONIA [FALTONIA]
Venice: Giovanni Tacuino, 1513. This is an attractive edition of one of the earliest examples of Christian poetry by a woman, composed in the fourth century and first printed ca. 1472. Born into an influential Roman family (her father, her husband, and her son all served as consuls), Faltonia Betitia Proba (ca. 322-70) was raised a pagan, but converted to Christianity after her marriage. In the present "cento" (a "patchwork" form of poetry comprised of excerpts from the work of another arranged to create a new work), she uses passages from Virgil's "Eclogues," "Georgics," and "Aeneid" to tell the Old Testament stories of Creation, the Fall, the Flood, and the Exodus as well as New Testament episodes from the life of Jesus. According to the Oxford Classical Dictionary, "The declared intention of the poet [here] is to relate the 'mysteries of Virgil' and to show that Virgil 'sang about the pious feats of Christ.' This makes Proba one of the first Roman poets to have actively appropriated Virgil as a Christian prophet." Proba's "Cento" was quite popular in the 15th and 16th centuries, perhaps for its suitability as an introductory text for Latin students. Consequently, it seems safe to say that Proba was both the first female author to have her work printed and the first female "best seller." (But despite the number of early printings, the book is now scarce in any edition.) The work has been attracting increased scholarly interest in recent years, particularly with the popularity of women's studies.. 152 x 99 mm. (6 x 3 7/8"). [15] leaves (without final blank). Early 20th c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [US]
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2019-10-04 08:18:49
Adelphus, Johannes, Jakop Wimpheling (comm.).
Knoblouch], 1513. Strassbourgh printer Knoblouch here produces => the first edition of the Humanist commentaries of Johannes Adelphus and Jakop Wimpheling on the Sequences of the Mass and the Hymns of the Breviary, respectively. The Corpus Christi Watershed dot org website explains the Sequences: "First appearing in the ninth century, the sequences rose to a level of fair prominence in the medieval period. Their heyday lasted until the liturgical reforms enacted during the Counter-Reformation. At the height of their usage, there were proper sequences for nearly every Sunday and feast day (outside penitential seasons). Their usage varied widely, however, since the sequences were never obligatory." Simply put, they are the liturgical hymns of the Mass, and occur on festivals between the Gradual and the Gospel. By contrast, the Hymns belong to the Breviary and are fixed. The text and commentary of the Sequences are here paired with those of the Hymns as the second part of the volume, with a separate title-page but signatures continuous, titled "Hymni de tempore [et] de sanctis: in ea[m] forma[m] qua a suis autoribus scripti sunt denuo redacti: [et] s[ecundu]m legem carminis dilige[n]ter emendati atq[ue] interpretati." The Hymns fill the final 80 leaves. Adelphus's commentary on the Sequences is a reworking of the familiar medieval commentary with the vocabulary brought up to date to make it less scholastic. Adelphus also occasionally adds contemporary references, including at least one allusion to his own translation into German of Sebastian Brant's De laude Hierosol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-09-26 09:26:55
Augustinus. -
Impressa sunt hec opuscula impen//sis Joannis Parvi, bibliopole Pari//siensis, finemque ceperunt ad, 1513. Schöne Postinkunabel mit zahlreichen größeren und kleinen Zier-Initialen in Schrotschnitt. Zweite von Badius Ascensius vesorgte Ausgabe. Neudruck der Ausgabe von 1502. Enthält Meditationes, Soliloquia, Enchiridon, Confessiones, De doctrina christiana, De vera religiona, De vita Sancti Augustini, De academicis, De ordine, De moribus ecclesie, De libro arbitrio u.v.m. Die Ränder vereinzelt fleckig, teils mit Unterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. Die Bindung leicht angebrochen. Der Rücken mit Ausbesserungen an den Enden sowie kleineren Fehlastellen. Guter Zustand. Second edition by Badius Ascensius, reprint of the edition 1502. Contemporary calf. Marings here and there slightly stained, few underlinings and marginalia by old hand, binding minim. broken. Spine with repaires defects at the extremities and 2 defective spots. 14 nn., 300 röm. num. Bll, 6 nn., 178 röm. num. Bll. Deutsch 1100g 21,5 x 15 cm, Ledereinband der Zeit.
Bookseller: Krull GmbH [Neuss, Germany]
2019-09-19 01:47:30
Manlio, Giovanni Giacomo (Johannes Jacobus Manlius or Manliis), Quirico de Augustis and Paulus de Suardis.
(Venice, Gregorio de Gregori, 8 Jan. 1513). Folio (305 x 210 mm). 77, (2), (1 blank) ff. With 13 woodcut decorated initials (6 series?) plus 8 repeats, 4-line typographic "Lombarbic" initials. Set in rotunda gothic types in 2 columns, with a preliminary note in roman type. With contemporary pen decorations in brown ink added to about half of the initials and occasional similar pen decorations in the margins, an occasional manuscript paragraph mark, some rubrications in brown ink and some initials coloured with a transparent ochre wash. Early 20th-century vellum, possibly incorporating older materials, sewn on 3 recessed supports, red spine label. Seventh known copy of an early edition of an important treatise on pharmacology and medical botany, by Giovanni Giacomo Manlio di Bosco (fl. 1490-post 1500), first published in Venice 1490 or Pavia 1494 (Sordano records an edition by Octavius Scotus in 1490, but the ISTC records no edition by him until 1496). It is a commentary on ancient Arabic and Greek pharmacological works, especially the Arabic treatises of Yuhanna Ibn Masawayh (ca. 777-857), a Nestorian Christian physician from Assyria who taught at the academy in Gundeshapur, Iran, and was personal physician to four caliphs. It gives instructions for preparing numerous medicines, indicating the quantities of the ingredients (simples, each derived from a single plant) and describing each ingredient. The present edition includes Manlio's preliminary note addressed to Bernardinus Niger, included in the 1494, 1496 and 1499 editions but omitted in many later editions. - The title … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-09-10 00:11:37
Albrecht ALTDORFER (1480 ca. - Regensburg 1538)
Xilografia, 1513/15 circa, monogrammata in basso al centro. Buona prova di questa rara opera, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, leggermente macchiata nell'angolo superiore sinistro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. St Jerome in penitence in a cave; left upper corner inserted by restorer. Woodcut, 1513/15 circa, signed at lower center. A good impression printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the borderline, a small stain at upper left corner, otherwise in very good condition. Bartsch VIII.79.57; Paulì 823; Dodgson 1903, 1911 II.229.58; New Hollstein (German) w.60 (Altdorfer).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-04 15:13:23
QUERCU, Simon de (Van der Eyken)
Nürnberg, J. Weissenburger, 1513. 4to (21 : 15.5 cm). 34 nicht numerierte Bl. (A-F4, G6, H4), Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt von Hans Springinklee (81 : 118 mm), blattgroßem Holzschnitt der Guidonischen Hand, 4 blattgroßen geschnittenen Tabellen, zahlreichen Notenbeispielen in Holzschnitt sowie Druckermarke von Wolf Traut am Schluß. Ungeleimt auf ein binnenseitig in französischer Kursive beschriebenes Pergamentblatt mit breit umgeschlagenen Rändern und grünen Seidenschließbändern geheftet. Geschützt durch einen biegsamen Schuber aus Missale-Pergament in Rot und Schwarz mit Stecklasche. Zweite Ausgabe, erster von drei kollationsgleichen Weissenburger-Drucken, mit der ersten Verwendung des Titelholzschnittes und der Notenstöcke. Quercu stammte nach eigener Angabe aus Brabant. "Auch ihn, wie so viele seiner Zeitgenossen zog es nach Italien, und er bekleidete in Mailand einen Cantorposten, wahrscheinlich an der Hofcapelle der Herzöge von Sforza, die stets einen ausgesuchten Kreis der besten Musiker um sich versammelten. Q. scheint sogar Lehrer der beiden jungen Herzöge von Sforza gewesen zu sein, denn er begleitete sie 1508 auf einer Reise nach Wien an den kaiserlichen Hof und widmete denselben seine dort [1509] in den Druck gegebene Abhandlung betitelt ?Opusculum musices? [...] Sie umfaßt in großer Kürze dasjenige Musiktheoretische, welches ein Schüler damals zu lernen hatte. Sie fand so allgemeine Anerkennung, daß sie 1513, 1516 und 1518 neu aufgelegt wurde" (Eitner in ADB). - Bei aller Knappheit ist der Text sehr reichlich mit Notenbeispielen durchset … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Germany]
2019-07-23 16:15:54
Martin WALDSEEMULLER (1470 ca. - 1518)
1513. Rara ed importante carta della penisola, tratta dalla prima edizione della Geographie Opus Novissima Traductione e Grecorum Archetypis curata dal Waldseemuller ed edita da Johannes Schott nel 1513. L'opera è considerata come il primo atlante moderno, preparato usando la traduzione dal greco di Mathias Ringmann; si tratta di una delle più importanti edizioni del Tolomeo, contenente molte nuove mappe della regioni. Sono 20 le carte aggiunte, basate sulle nuove scoperte e conoscenze, oltre al consueto corpo di 27 carte che compongono la Geografia di Tolomeo, basate sull'atlante edito a Ulm nel 1482. Il Borri la descrive: " Nell'Italia settentrionale l'orografia risulta assai semplificata; è del tutto inesistente nelle altre parti. I monti non hanno più conformazione a placca lineare ma sono rappresentati da coni accumulati, leggermente arrotondati e con ombra a destra. Le medesime semplificazioni si riscontrano per il sistema idrografico, anch'esso inesistente al centro ed al Sud, con la sola eccezione di un breve tratto del fiume Tevere. La carta deriva da quella del Berlinghieri e perciò in essa è stata introdotta la normale orientazione, con l'eliminazione delle imperfezioni tolemaiche e con l'aggiunta dei nuovi elementi tratti dalle carte nautiche". Xilografia, scala graduata con lieve coloritura coeva, pieni margini, in straordinario stato di conservazione. Eccellente esemplare di questa rarissima carta della penisola, una delle più importanti rappresentazioni a stampa. Bibliografia: Borri p. 17, 16; Almagià p. 11b; Perini pp. 22/25. Dimensioni 574x410. "A rare and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-21 08:39:00
Albrecht ALTDORFER
Xilografia, 1513/15 circa, monogrammata in basso al centro. Buona prova di questa rara opera, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, leggermente macchiata nell'angolo superiore sinistro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. St Jerome in penitence in a cave; left upper corner inserted by restorer. Woodcut, 1513/15 circa, signed at lower center. A good impression printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the borderline, a small stain at upper left corner, otherwise in very good condition. Bartsch VIII.79.57; Paulì 823; Dodgson 1903, 1911 II.229.58; New Hollstein (German) w.60 (Altdorfer). 120 170mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-06-18 19:44:28
1513. SELTENE AUSGABE J. Adelphus (Mülich) Die Türckisch Chronica Sie bietenb auf ein Fragment, der äusserst seltenen Ausgabe, gedruckt in Straßburg,im Verlag von M. Flach, aus dem Jahre 1513. Blattformat: 27,5cm x 19,5 cm. Kollationierung: 21 Blatt mit 20 altkolorierten Holzschnitten . Lose ohne Einband. Aus der ersten Ausgabe, 21 von insgesamt 48 Blatt. Dazu: Caoursin. Historia von Rhodis. 1513. 1 Blatt altkolorierter Titel, dieser beschnitten und aufgezogen. ZUSTAND: Teilweise fleckig bzw. fingerfleckig, vereinzelte Wasserränder und alte Anmerkungen, 1 Blatt mit Randeinriss. Zusammen im Lieferumfang 22 Blatt.
Bookseller: antiquarischekostbarkeit (welsprofi) [Balmberg, CH]
2019-06-17 16:45:34
Andreae [Giovanni d'Andrea], Johannes.
Wien H. Vietor und J. Singriener., 1513. 35 [von 36] Bll. nn Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 5 Blattgroßen Holzschnitten und 8 weiteren Holzschnitten im Text.(fehlt letztes Blatt mit Kollophon und verso Wappenholzschnitt) 4°, Ohne Einband. VD16 J 327; BBKL 3, Sp. 255ff.; Zedler 2 , 164 ff. Textkomplettes Exemplar mit (allen) fünf beeindruckenden Holzschnitt Stamm-Bäumen. Der bedeutenden Rechtsgelehrte und Theologe Johannes Andreae (auch: Giovanni d’Andrea, Johannes Andreae de S. Hieronymo; * um 1270 in Rifredo (heute Ortsteil von Firenzuola) bei Florenz; † 7. Juli 1348 in Bologna) behandelt in dieser reich illustrierten Postinkunabel Fragen der Verwandschaft, speziell der Blutsverwandschaft in (kirchen-) rechtlicher Hinsicht. Die Stammbäume zeigen verschiedene Arten der Verwandschaft: Blutsverwandschaft, Beziehung durch Heirat, sowie durch spirituelle Beziehung. Die Darstellung zeigt klassische Bäume mit Wurzeln, Stamm Ästen und Blättern. Der Text in gotischer Type im klassischen Inkunabel-Stil gesetzt. Trotz zahlreicher Inkunabel-Ausgaben ab ca. 1475 schwer zu finden. Das felhende letzte Blatt (liegt als Kopie bei) ist nichts inhaltsrelevant, sondern zeigt Kolophon, mit Druckermarke und verso Holzschnittwappen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Münster, NRW, Germany]
2019-06-02 21:50:12
<Parisiensis>, Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Jo
Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. Condition: Gut. Ordentliches Exemplar, eng beschnitten mit einigen Wurmgängen, der Einband etwas berieben und mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand sowie zahlreichen handschriftlichen Bemerkungen im Text von alter Hand. Bibliogr. Nachweis: VD 16 E 4385; Die Vorlage enth. insgesamt 2 Werke. Traditionelle Zuschreibung an Guilelmus Parisiensis; wirkl. Verf. Johannes Herolt? - Bearbeitung der neuen Glossen und des Directorium ist Daniel Agricola; die Holzschnitte sind von Urs Graf. Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks am Ende der Postilla: ... ex officina prouidi viri Adam petri de Lange[n]dorff: ciuis Basiliensis ... emanata: Anno Millesimo quinge[n]tesimodecimotercio: pridie Kalendas Augusti ... [Ende der Passio:] ... Operaq[ue] Adæ petri de Langendorff ... pridie Kalendas Augusti Basileæ impressa ... Anno M.D.XIII. Artikeldetails Postilla Guillermi super Epistolas et Euangelia, per totius anni circu[m]itum: De tempore/ Sanctis/ et pro defunctis: ere et arte noua impressa : cum quada[m] notabili interlineari/ hactenus inuisa: cuiusdam viri religiosi/ pro scholasticis exarata: Directorioq[ue] alphabetico adornata, (IN LATEINISCHER SPRACHE) und ,,,Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi secundum seriem quatuor evangelistarum..., Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Johannes ? Herolt, Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. mit einer großflächigen Titelvignette und einem zweifarbigen Titel und 97 monogrammierten Vignetten im Text von Urs Graf sowie vielen Initialen, [8], 186, [4], 39, [1] Bl 15x20, braunes Ldr der Zeit Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 47179 Beme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: baldreit [Baden-Baden, DE]
2019-05-31 07:19:01
Buridan, Jean (Joannes Buridanus)
Petit, Jean. Impresse parisius opera Nicolai depratis (Des Prez, Nicolas), (Paris), 1513. in folio, 30 cm, rilegatura in cartone alla rustica con tit. manoscritto al dorso, p. (6), CXV carte. Grande Marca editoriale incisa al frontespizio con due leoni che sorreggono uno stemma con le iniziali I. P. (Iohannis Petit). Numerosi ed ordinati appunti in grafia cinquecentesca sulle prime 20 carte. Alcune leggere tracce d'inchiostro al taglio superiore lontane dal testo, minimo forellino alle ultime 40 carte. Testo in latino, su due colonne. Iniziali xilografate alcune con motivi floreali ed altre animate con un dragone. Raro post incunabulo. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB) [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-05-17 16:07:34
CICERO Marcus Tullius
Aldine devices on title page, and verso of final leaf. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. 8vo (150 x 95mm). [16], 331, [1]ff. Later vellum over pasteboard, spine gilt in compartments with repeated gilt stamps in first, third and fourth compartments and traces of inked title in second (slight discolouration of spine and extremities). Venice, In Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, June,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-17 14:24:49
GELLIUS Aulus
Title within historiated woodcut border, with printers device on verso of final leaf, woodcut initials. Greek and italic type. 8vo (168 x 100mm). [16], 330 (ie. 307), [1]ff. Contemporary vellum over pasteboard, remnants of title inked on spine, marbled endpapers (vellum stained, wear to corners and spine). Florence, Philippi de Giunta, January,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-16 12:11:35
CICERO Marcus Tullius
1513. Aldine devices on title page, and verso of final leaf. 2-6 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. 8vo (150 x 95mm). [16], 331, [1]ff. Later vellum over pasteboard, spine gilt in compartments with repeated gilt stamps in first, third and fourth compartments and traces of inked title in second (slight discolouration of spine and extremities). Venice, In Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, June, First Aldine edition of Cicero's letters to Atticus, Brutus and his brother Quintus, along with the disputed letter to Octavian, the last written according to its title here, before Cicero was killed in 43 BC. Produced in the latter years of Aldus the Elder's working life, this volume followed the 1502 edition of Epistulae ad Familiares, thus completing the Aldine publications of Cicero's letters. The dedication prefacing the text is to Filippo More, Hungarian ambassador to Venice; the preliminary material also contains two papal printing privileges granted by Popes Alexander VI and Julius II, as well as a warning on the title page threatening anyone reprinting the volume with excommunication. Following Petrarch's discovery of the letters in Verona in 1345, Cicero's correspondence rapidly became a model for humanist epistolary form. The letters to Atticus document the rise of Julius Caesar and the corresponding decline of the Roman Republic; equally compelling are those to Brutus, however, that record the tension and uncertainty following Caesar's assassination. Provenance: Washed out inscription on title page, almost illegible; armorial bookplate of James Nairne on front paste … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-15 06:44:20
GELLIUS Aulus
1513. Title within historiated woodcut border, with printers device on verso of final leaf, woodcut initials. Greek and italic type. 8vo (168 x 100mm). [16], 330 (ie. 307), [1]ff. Contemporary vellum over pasteboard, remnants of title inked on spine, marbled endpapers (vellum stained, wear to corners and spine). Florence, Philippi de Giunta, January, Complete copy of the attractive, first Giunta edition of Latin grammarian and writer Aulus Gellius' encyclopedic 'Athenian Nights'. Following the first publication in Rome in 1469, Gellius' collection of snippets on an array of philosophical, literary, historical, grammatical, biographical and legal subjects quickly became a core educational text and one lauded in humanist circles. Little is known of its author, aside from the fact that he lived in - but was not necessarily a native of - Rome in the second century, and was a lawyer. Citing by name almost three hundred authors over the course of the Nights, this text preserves the work of a significant number of writers which would otherwise be lost. This edition was edited by Carlo Aldobrandini, who dedicates it to Lorenzo de' Medici. Occasional underlining and marginal annotation (some loss due to page trimming) in humanist hand. Bookplates of Eduard Grilebach, and J. A. van Praag, likely Dutch Hispanist Jonas Andries van Praag (1895-1969) on front paste-down. Closed tear to lower blank margin of aa6 and gutter of f.194, not touching text. Repairs to lower blank margins of ff.19-34. Adams, G342. BMSTC, 294. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-04-27 21:56:42
1513. TRÈS RARE & PRÉCIEUX POST INCUNABLE DE LA RENAISSANCE! FREE SHIPPING ALL OVER THE WORLD. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- LIVRE RARE ET PRÉCIEUX! Fait partie des livres rares recherchés. ----------------------------------------------------------------- Seul exemplaire de 1513 trouvé sur le marché: 10000€ LIEN Seul exemplaire postérieur de 1519 trouvé sur le marché: 4500€ LIEN---------------------------------------------------------- Possibilité de venir voir l'ouvrage sur Marseille. ------------------------------------------------ LI SONNETTI, CANZONE E TRIUMPHI. con li soi commenti non senza grandissima euigilantia et summa diligentia correpti et in la loro primariaintegrita et origine restituti nouiter in littera cursiua studiossamente impressi. Par Pétrarque. Francesco Petrarca, en français Pétrarque (Arezzo, 20 juillet 1304 - Arquà, 19 juillet 1374), est un érudit, poète et humaniste florentin. Avec Dante Alighieri et Boccace, il compte parmi les premiers grands auteurs de la littérature italienne, et en demeure l'un des plus éminents. Inspiré par son amour pour Laure, aperçue pour la première fois à Avignon en 1327, le Canzoniere (Rerum vulgarium fragmenta) comprend 366 poèmes écrits en toscan (317 sonnets, 29 chansons, 9 sextines, 4 madrigaux et 7 ballades): l'ouvrage fixe la forme du sonnet et pose les bases de la poésie lyrique européenne jusqu'à la Renaissance et au-delà. L'œuvre se divise en deux parties, que sépare la mort de Laure, en 1348. Le poète est partagé entre la représentation r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: FouDuLivre (alexi.bruno) [Marseille, FR]
2019-04-24 09:45:35
Afrika -
1513. Holzschnitt-Karte von Martin Waldseemüller nach Claudius Ptolemeus bei Johann Schott, Straßburg 1513. Ca. 38 x 51 cm. Pergamentfalz. Small tears at margins. Slightly browned near centerfold. Norwich, Maps of Africa No. 149. Betz, Mapping of Africa, p. 55. Holzschnittkarte von Südafrika aus dem ersten so genannten Modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller (1473-1520). Johann Schott druckte die Karten in Strassburg im Jahre 1513. Waldseemuller's 1513 Ptolemaic Map of Southern Africa. Martin Waldseemüller (c. 1475-1520) was a sixteenth-century cosmographer best known for his 1507 world map, the earliest surviving map to include the name "America." The map shows southern Africa and the Cape of Good Hope, with Madagascar visible in outline. The source of the River Nile at the foot of the fictional Mountains of the Moon ('Mons lune') is retained from Ptolemy. This map appeared in Waldseemüller's 1513 edition of Ptolemy's influential Geographia, printed by Waldseemüller's friend and collaborator Johann Schott. This edition marked an important shift in the history of cartography because it was the first printing of Ptolemy to incorporate tabulae novella (modern maps) in addition to the ancient, Ptolemaic version of geography. The 27 original Ptolemaic maps were accompanied by 20 modern maps, of which this is one. This is the earliest printed map of Africa south of the Equator! Very good copy.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2019-04-23 00:14:44
EARLY BIBLE
Antwerpen, Claes de Grave, and at Brussel, Jan van der Noot, 1513. 157 folia. Rebound Leather with 6 raised bands, small Folio (Folia 103 reinforced, titlepage in facsimile, lacks folia 6, 37 and 158. The capital letters are highlighted with red paint by hand. With some original, sixteenth century annotations in the margins of folia 136 and 137. First edition of this paraphrase of the Bible, also called History Bible. The work contains parts of the Old Testament and the Apocrypha with all kinds of miraculous tales woven into it, originating from the Medieval lore. Due to its content this post-incunabula is regarded as a curiosity in the printing history of Bibles in the Dutch language. The work is a translation and adaptation of a French bible version which was based on the Historia Scholastica by Petrus Comestor. It can be seen as a free adaptation of mostly the historical books of the Bible with relevant additions. Semi-biblical works were very popular in the early sixteenth century, hence this History Bible was published three times in a short period. However, this popularity changed quickly and the work was called a 'Vervalschte Nederduytsche Bybel' (Forged Dutch Bible) due to its inaccurate presentation of the Bible. Le Long mentions in his standard work that he suspects that the work is tracked and bought by the Catholic clergy to cover up the prove of the forging of the Word of God. Because of this the work is extremely rare and of this edition only 2 other copies are known worldwide.)157 folia. Opnieuw gebonden Leer met ribben, klein Folio (Folia 103 verstevigd, ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-04-20 17:22:30
Afrika -
1513. Holzschnitt-Karte von Martin Waldseemüller nach Claudius Ptolemeus bei Johann Schott, Straßburg 1513. Ca. 32,5 x 50 cm. Pergamentfalz. Small tears at lower margin. Slightly browned near centerfold. Vgl. Norwich, Maps of Africa No. 287 (Lyon 1535). Trapezförmige Ptolemaeus Holzschnittkarte von Nordafrika aus dem ersten so genannten Modernen Atlas von Martin Waldseemüller (1473-1520). Johann Schott druckte die Karten in Strassburg im Jahre 1513. Waldseemuller's 1513 Ptolemaic Map of Northern Africa and the Middle East. Martin Waldseemüller (c. 1475-1520) was a sixteenth-century cosmographer best known for his 1507 world map, the earliest surviving map to include the name "America." The portion of Africa covered reaches from Morocco to South Sudan and shows the entirety of the River Nile. The depiction of the source of the Nile follows Ptolemy's description, beginning in two large lakes at the foot of the fictional Mountains of the Moon. This map appeared in Waldseemüller's 1513 edition of Ptolemy's influential Geographia, printed by Waldseemüller's friend and collaborator Johann Schott. This edition marked an important shift in the history of cartography because it was the first printing of Ptolemy to incorporate tabulae novella (modern maps) in addition to the ancient, Ptolemaic version of geography.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2019-03-14 17:48:05
Stöffler, Johannes ( Johannes Stoeffler )
Jacobus Kobel, Oppenheim, 1513. 12 hojas incluida la bella portada arquitectónica grabada, un grabado con escudo al reverso de la última hoja - y 78 folios. (Falto del Folio IV). Texto en caracteres góticos y romanos. 22 grabados astronómicos a plena página, 3 de ellos con sobresalientes plegados, más 21 grabados entre el texto. Todas las letras capitales xilografiadas y adornadas. Precioso grabado en el pie de imprenta. Perfecto ejemplar, si no fuera por la falta de un solo folio. Impreso en muy buen papel y encuadernado de época en pergamino. Lomera pintada. Pequeñas anotaciones marginales de época en tinta. =Primer libro de Astronomía en el siglo XVI. Size: 27 x 21 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: BALAGUÉ LLIBRERÍA ANTIQUÀRIA [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-03-05 13:34:27
1513. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Post-Inkunabel aus Tübingen, annotiert - Poliziano, Angelo (Ambrogini; Politianus). Lamia (Angeli Politiani viri undecunque doctissimi Lamia). Tübingen, Thomas Anshelm, um 1513. circa 20,8 x 16,2 cm. 9 statt 10 Blatt, letztes in Facsimile (A1-4, B1-5) Neuerer Pappband. - VD16 P 3990 und 3991; Steiff, Buchducker in Tübingen 89; nicht bei Adams und im BMC. Seltener Tübinger Druck dieser programmatischen Einführungsrede des Florentiner Humanisten Poliziano (1454-1494) mit dem hier ungenannten Untertitel: "Praelectio in Priora Aristotelis Analytica". Erstmals 1492 erschienen und mehrfach separat gedruckt. Polizian sollte in dem Jahr an der Universität von Florenz eine Vorlesung über die Analytica priora des Aristoteles halten. Als Philologe genoss es grosses Ansehen, an seinen Kenntnissen auf dem Gebiet der Philosophie wurden offenbar aber Zweifel geäussert. Dagegen verwehrt er sich mit dieser Rede, die einen originellen Überblick der antiken Schulen und eine ganz eigene Formulierung der wahren Aufgaben philosophischer Forschung präsentiert. - Exemplar mit zeitgenössischen Marginalien in roter und schwarzer Tinte. Das letzte Blatt fehlte offenbar schon lange (kleine Notiz auf B5 verso), es ist aber hier in Faksimile beigebunden (B6 ist verso weiss). Wenig gebräunt und fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-02-24 13:12:22
WALDESEEMULLER
Johann Schott, 1513]., [Strassburg. Waldeseemuller's map of Scandinavia Double-page woodcut map. Waldeseemuller's strking map of Scandinavia. This work was based on the manuscript maps of Sanuto and Vesconte of c.1320, which were updated by Nicholaus Germanus in 1482 to include more cities and textual information. As noted by Ginsberg: "Waldseemuller's map . . .appeared in the supplmental section of modern maps. A faithful coy of the Ulm map published thirty-one years earlier, it too, is a woodcut. The title, however, differs from the Ulm 1486 edition by no longer referring to Prussia and Livonia. As on the 1482 map, Norway is shown as "norbegia." Most of the same cities are also included-- "asto" (oslo, 'begensis" (Bergen), Nodrosia (Niadros or Trondheim), and "Stauargnsis.". The lines to text in letterpress on the right-hand side that specify lines of parallel and lengths of days have been retained". Ginsberg, Scandinavia 5.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-22 08:30:22
DE GARATIS Martinus
1513, 1518. I. Title printed in red and black, with criblé metalcut device of publisher Poncet le Preux on title page with his monogram and name, white on black criblé initials throughout, one with guide letter. Gothic letter. II. Title printed in red and black, white on black woodcut initials throughout, some historiated, one woodcut shield ornament (fol. f2(r)), text in columns. Gothic letter. 4to (200 x 140mm). 96ff; 88ff (of 96, lacking final quire 'M', final tract by Peter of Ancarano). Contemporary limp calf, upper cover panelled with hunting roll border (EBDB r000644) and lattice pattern at centre (EBDB r000519), lower with floral roll (EBDB r000646) and simple blind-fillet pattern at centre, executed in Bavaria, Germany; with stamped monogram 'PAZL' (Placidus Hieber Abt zu Lambach) and date, 1659, spine with three raised bands, painted, with manuscript title at head (calf worn, corners and headcaps chipped, worming to upper cover and spine, remnants of ties). A handsomely bound volume from the library of the Abbot of Lambach comprising two rare works on jurisprudence: the first, a collection of tracts on Roman and canon law by fifteenth-century jurist and economist Martinus de Garatis (Martino Garatti da Lodi, d.1453); the second, a compilation of legal tracts by medieval and early modern jurists. The first of this collection is Johannes Monachus Cisterciensis' (late thirteenth century) popular tract on defense law, followed by a series of tracts on various other legal subjects including arbitration, intestacy, and notarial law. The first five essays in particular w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-21 16:41:13
DE GARATIS Martinus
I. Title printed in red and black, with criblé metalcut device of publisher Poncet le Preux on title page with his monogram and name, white on black criblé initials throughout, one with guide letter. Gothic letter. II. Title printed in red and black, white on black woodcut initials throughout, some historiated, one woodcut shield ornament (fol. f2(r)), text in columns. Gothic letter. 4to (200 x 140mm). 96ff; 88ff (of 96, lacking final quire 'M', final tract by Peter of Ancarano). Contemporary limp calf, upper cover panelled with hunting roll border (EBDB r000644) and lattice pattern at centre (EBDB r000519), lower with floral roll (EBDB r000646) and simple blind-fillet pattern at centre, executed in Bavaria, Germany; with stamped monogram 'PAZL' (Placidus Hieber Abt zu Lambach) and date, 1659, spine with three raised bands, painted, with manuscript title at head (calf worn, corners and headcaps chipped, worming to upper cover and spine, remnants of ties).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-02-19 20:46:37
Postinkunabel Valla - Commementarium grammaticorum lingua latin 1513 Venedig Laurentius Valla - Commentarium grammaticorum. Libri de Elegantia lingua latinae. Venedig, Tacuinius 1513. 97 nummeriertre Blatt mit 7 große (davon drei figürlichen) und zahlreichen kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Ohne das Titelblatt und das letzte weiße Blatt. Moderner Halbledereinband. Einige Blatt mit kleinen Wurmlöchern. Insgesamt allerdings in schönem Zustand. Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams und Panzer. Frühe und seltene Ausgabe des wohl wichtigsten sprachwissenschaftlichen Werkes von Laurentius Valla. In dieser grenzt er das klassische vom mittelalterlichen Latein ab.
Bookseller: suedstadt_antiquariat [Karlsruhe, DE]
2019-02-04 19:27:30
<Parisiensis>, Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Jo
Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. Condition: Gut. Ordentliches Exemplar, eng beschnitten mit einigen Wurmgängen, der Einband etwas berieben und mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand sowie zahlreichen handschriftlichen Bemerkungen im Text von alter Hand. Bibliogr. Nachweis: VD 16 E 4385; Die Vorlage enth. insgesamt 2 Werke. Traditionelle Zuschreibung an Guilelmus Parisiensis; wirkl. Verf. Johannes Herolt? - Bearbeitung der neuen Glossen und des Directorium ist Daniel Agricola; die Holzschnitte sind von Urs Graf. Vorlageform des Erscheinungsvermerks am Ende der Postilla: ... ex officina prouidi viri Adam petri de Lange[n]dorff: ciuis Basiliensis ... emanata: Anno Millesimo quinge[n]tesimodecimotercio: pridie Kalendas Augusti ... [Ende der Passio:] ... Operaq[ue] Adæ petri de Langendorff ... pridie Kalendas Augusti Basileæ impressa ... Anno M.D.XIII. Artikeldetails Postilla Guillermi super Epistolas et Euangelia, per totius anni circu[m]itum: De tempore/ Sanctis/ et pro defunctis: ere et arte noua impressa : cum quada[m] notabili interlineari/ hactenus inuisa: cuiusdam viri religiosi/ pro scholasticis exarata: Directorioq[ue] alphabetico adornata, (IN LATEINISCHER SPRACHE) und ,,,Passio Domini nostri Jesu Christi secundum seriem quatuor evangelistarum..., Guilelmus (1437-1485), Urs (1485-1527) Graf und Johannes ? Herolt, Basileae, Adam Petri, 1513. mit einer großflächigen Titelvignette und einem zweifarbigen Titel und 97 monogrammierten Vignetten im Text von Urs Graf sowie vielen Initialen, [8], 186, [4], 39, [1] Bl 15x20, braunes Ldr der Zeit Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 47179 Beme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: baldreit [Baden-Baden, DE]
2019-02-02 10:04:41
VALERIUS MAXIMUS[MAXIMUS VALERIUS]
(Venetiis, per D. Lu. Ant. de Giunta 1513 die xx mensis Augusti). Cm. 28,5 cc. (12) cccxiv [recte ccciii, omesse nella numerazione le cc. ccxc-ccxcix, ultima carta bianca assente. Il nostro esemplare presenta l'aggiunta di un secondo frontespizio identico al primo applicato dopo l'ultima carta preliminare]. Ex-libris Petri Buoninsegni (Siena 1814). Con 9 bellissime e nitide incisioni xilografiche n.t. a illustrare ciscuno dei nove libri dell'opera; centinaia di bellissimi capilettera xilografici. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con titoli ms al dorso. Mancanze alle estremità del dorso, frontespizio un po' sporco e rinforzato nel margine esterno (secondo frontespizio, identico al primo e fascicolato dopo l'ultima carta preliminare, decisamente più fresco), mancanze (testo non interessato) agli angoli delle prime carte, lievi aloni sparsi (più evidenti nelle carte finali) e sporadiche macchiette. Esemplare un po' corto di margini (con interessamento di alcune lettere delle note al margine delle carte finali), peraltro esemplare nel complesso in discreto stato di conservazione. Importante edizione giuntina dei celebri "Factorum et dictorum memorabilium libri novem" di Valerio Massimo, storico romano attivo nei primi decenni del primo secolo d.C. L'Autore scrisse questo celebre manuale di esempi retorico-morali (diviso in 9 libri e 95 categorie di vizi e virtù) raccogliendo fatti e aneddoti di storia romana forniti al lettore come esempi di comportamenti virtuosi. Tratta di religione, auspici, prodigi, sogni, fortezza, valore, disciplina militare, trionfi, povertà, ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2019-02-01 17:15:39
[Albuquerque, Afonso de] - Manuel I, King of Portugal
Vienna, Hieronymus Vietor & Johannes Singriener, 16. IX, 1513. 4to. (8) pp. Modern brown half calf over marbled boards with gilt spine title. A highly important letter by King Manuel to Pope Leo X, reporting on the great victories of Don Afonso de Albuquerque in India, especially the conquest of Malacca in 1511. Albuquerque (1453-1515) advanced the three-fold Portuguese grand scheme of combatting Islam and securing the trade of spices and the establishment of a vast Portuguese Asian empire. He was the first European to enter the Arabian Gulf, led the first voyage by a European fleet into the Red Sea, and was also the first westerner to reach the coast of South-Eastern Arabia. This very rare Viennese edition (the fourth altogether) was printed in the same year as the original Rome edition. The preface states that the text from which it was set was sent from Rome to Georg Slatkonia, Bishop of Vienna. "Of this edition, copies must have been so rare even as early as the late 16th century, that neither Andreas and Franz Schott nor Pistorius had knowledge of it. Necessarily, this increases the value of the present edition" (Denis, p. 83). - Some dampstaining in the margins; lower edge shows slight paper flaws. Old ownership in ink, dated 1600, in margin of final page. Latterly in the library of Swedish antiquarian bookdealer Björn Löwendahl (1941-2013). - VD 16, P 4374. Denis p. 82, no. 86. Not in Adams or BM-STC German.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-31 21:58:42
MARSICANUS (Leo "Cardenal de Ostia")
Chronica sacri Casinensis Coenobii nuper impressoriae arti tradita, ac nunquam alias impressa, in qua totius monasticae religionis summa consistit.- (Al fin) Impressum Venetiis per Lazarum Soardis diexii Martii M. D. XIII (1513); en 8º mayor plena piel chagren marrón con orla tipo renacimiento gofrada en tapas y pequeños hierros dorados, adornos gofrados y tejuelos dorados en lomo, firmada por Luna, 8 hojas, incluida portada, con preliminares e índice, 215 folios. Letra redonda romana a una columna. Pequeñas capitulares grabadas y marca del impresor en último folio. Excelente papel. El ejemplar que ofrecemos tiene las siguientes faltas: La portada sufrió la amputación de unos 5 cm de papel en su parte inferior afectando en el anverso a parte del grabado xilográfico que representa a los santos Placido, Benedicto y Mauro; y, en el reverso a otro grabado en madera que representa a la Virgen del Rosario (se remarginó con papel blanco): En la 2ª hoja perdida de la esquina inferior derecha remarginada con papel blanco, que afecta a unas 5 líneas de texto. Puntos de polilla tapados en parte blanca superointerna de folios 1 a 15 y sintapar en parte blanca interna cerca del cosido desde el folio 65 al 88 sin afectar al texto. Se trata de la primera edición rarísima de la crónica que cuenta la historia del Monasterio de Monte Casino escrita por el Cardenal León Marsicano (1045 - 1115). El ejemplar que ofrecemos que muestra el exlibris de la Biblioteca del Duque de Medinaceli, pese a los defectos descritos es de gran belleza, destacando por su limpieza. Brunet, tomo 3º, 982.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ SL [Spain]
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2019-01-31 13:26:21
WALDESEEMULLER
[Strassburg,: Johann Schott, 1513]. Description Double-page woodcut map. Waldeseemullers strking map of Scandinavia.NotesThis work was based on the manuscript maps of Sanuto and Vesconte of c.1320, which were updated by Nicholaus Germanus in 1482 to include more cities and textual information. As noted by Ginsberg:Waldseemuller's map . . .appeared in the supplmental section of modern maps. A faithful coy of the Ulm map published thirty-one years earlier, it too, is a woodcut. The title, however, differs from the Ulm 1486 edition by no longer referring to Prussia and Livonia. As on the 1482 map, Norway is shown as "norbegia." Most of the same cities are also included-- "asto" (oslo, 'begensis" (Bergen), Nodrosia (Niadros or Trondheim), and "Stauargnsis.". The lines to text in letterpress on the right-hand side that specify lines of parallel and lengths of days have been retained. Ginsberg, Scandinavia 5.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2019-01-30 17:46:04
ÄGYPTEN ( Egypt ) - LIBYEN:
1513, 33,5 x ( 42,5 bzw. 48,5 ) Trapezform Betz, Mapping of Africa, S. 37 ff.; sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt ( nochmals 1520 verlegt ), Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62 "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Die Karte zeigt das nordöstiche Afrika mit Ägypten und Ostlibyen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
PAKISTAN:
1513, 40 x ( 30,5 x 37 ) Trapezform Karrow 80/ 28. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe dieser Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, der 1513 bei Schott in Strassburg erschien. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". Die Karte zeigt Pakistan und Afghanistan. - Mit restaurierter Bugfalte und mit Wasserzeichen Lilie.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
PAKISTAN:
1513, 40 x ( 30,5 x 37 ) Trapezform Karrow 80/ 28. - Sehr seltene Ausgabe dieser Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, der 1513 bei Schott in Strassburg erschien. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". Die Karte zeigt Pakistan und Afghanistan. - Sehr schönes Exemplar mit Wasserzeichen Lilie.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 17:46:03
IRAN ( Persien / Persia ):
1513, 36,5 x ( 46,5 x 53,5 ) Trapezform Frühe und sehr seltene Karte von Persien ( Ausgabe 1513 oder 1520 ). Die Karte zeigt die Gegend zwischen dem Persischen Golf und Kaspischen Meer.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-30 09:02:10
LIBURNIO Niccolò
Vinegia,: Iacopo de Penci da Lecco, 1513. Vinegia, Iacopo de Penci da Lecco, 1513. In-8 p. (mm. 207x141), p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 100 cc.num., 2 cc.nn. (l’ultima è bianca), testo in carattere tondo, ornato da lettere iniziali colorate a mano in rosso e blu: due di queste, e precisamente l’iniziale “P” (alla dedica a Isabella d’Este, Signora di Mantova) inquadrata in sottile cornice su fondo rosa, è magnificamente miniata sul margine interno e una seconda iniziale “P” (alla prima Selvetta) in cornice su fondo azzurro, porta al margine interno tre soli colorati in oro. "Prima edizione", rarissima, di un’opera in prosa con intermezzi poetici del letterato veneziano “Niccolò Liburnio (1474-1557), canonico della Basilica di San Marco. Ne "Le Selvette" uno dei motivi più urgenti è quello della vecchia e nuova letteratura volgare, di fronte alla quale il Liburnio si pone affiancando all’incontestabilità del magistero degli antichi (Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio) una decisa affermazione di autorità dei moderni (Antonio Tebaldeo, Iacopo Sannazzaro, Pietro Bembo). Parallela all’attività poetica in volgare fu quella in latino, e affrontò anche questioni di grammatica e retorica (Le vulgari elegantie)”. Così Diz. Biografico Italiani, LXV, pp. 66. Cfr. Parenti “Prime ediz. Italiane”, p. 312 - Cat. British Library, p. 377 - manca all’Adams. Ultima c. bianca con ang. inferiore mancante, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2019-01-29 22:44:40
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius (after 83 - ca 168 AD).
Strassburg: Johann Schott 1513. Single sheet (17 4/8 x 23 2/8 inches). FINE woodcut map of Pakistan, northwest India, showing the Ganges, Indus rivers, by Martin Waldseemüller (central vertical fold, tiny worn holes near the Indus dela). From the first modern atlas: “Geographie opus nouissima traductione e Grecorum archetypis castigatissime pressum”, prepared by Martin Waldseemuller using the translation of Mathias Ringmann. One of the most important editions of Ptolemy, it contained many new regional maps based on contemporary knowledge "unlike many of the alleged 'new' maps produced by earlier editors, [they] contained a great deal of new information, and in nearly every case they were decided improvements over anything that had been previously offered..." ("The World Encompassed", 56), were included in addition to the traditional body of twenty-seven Ptolemaic maps derived from the 1482 Ulm edition (or possibly from the manuscript atlas of Nicolaus Germanus that served as source for the latter). Schott's edition while initiated by the most famous of all early sixteenth-century cosmographers, Martin Waldseemuller and his associate Mathias Ringmann, partly at the expense of Duke Rene of Lorraine, was brought to completion by Jacobus Eszler and Georgius Ubelin. Claudius Ptolemy was an Alexandrine Greek, and a dominant figure in both astronomy and geography for more than 1500 years. "He compiled a mapmaker's manual usually referred to simply as the 'Geography'. He demonstrated how the globe could be projected on a plane surface, provided coordinates for over 8,000 places … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries - Aradernyc [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-01-29 20:58:02
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
[Strasburg, 1513]. [Strasburg,, 1513].. Double-page woodcut map. A fine example of one of the earliest obtainable maps of Arabia. This rare map of the Arabian Peninsula was published in Martin Waldeseemuller's edition of the classical geographer Claudius Ptolemy's ‘Geographia' of 1513 - "the first modern atlas". Waldseemuller, who was also the author of the first map to name America, drew on Ptolemy's work to create maps of the classicl and contemporary world. The map stretches west to east from the Red Sea to a rather distended Arabian Gulf. Due a miscalculation on the part of Ptolemy, “the Arabian Peninsula appears wider than it actually is. This extra width is in the south, whereas the north, which was better known as it was on the land trade routes linking the Mediterranean to the Arabian Gulf, was included by Ptolemy but he added an excessive distance to the Gulf which appears completely distorted in a rectangular shape with its longest side oriented east west” (Al Ankary). Tibbett (13); Al Ankary 4.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2019-01-29 20:06:05
INDIEN ( India ):
1513, 35,5 x ( 38,5 x 51 ) Trapezform Sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt, Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62 "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Hier vorliegend mit dem Wasserzeichen "Lilie", was auf die Ausgabe 1513 hindeutet. Die Karte zeigt Indien zwischen der Indus- und Gangesmündung. Im Süden noch ein Teil von Ceylon.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-29 20:06:05
NORDWESTAFRIKA ( North West Africa ):
1513, 41 x 57 Betz, Mapping of Africa, S. 55: "The next two most noteworthy maps of Africa were the modern maps of North . and South Africa -- produced by Martin Waldseemüller for editions of Claudius Ptolemy's Geographia in 1513 and 1520. ."; Norwich, Maps of Africa, Nr. 286. - Sehr seltene Karte aus dem ersten "modernen" Atlas der Welt ( nochmals 1520 verlegt ), hier vorliegend mit dem Wasserzeichen "Lilie", was auf die Ausgabe 1513 hindeuted. Siehe auch Meine, in "Die Ulmer Geographie des Ptolemäus, 1482", S. 62: "Dieser Atlas ist eine der bedeutendsten Ptolemäus-Ausgaben .". - Die Karte zeigt Afrika nördlich des Äqautors und ist eine der 20 "modernen" Karten von Waldseemüller, erstmalig 1513 erschienen. - Mit zwei kleinen Wurmlöchern.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2019-01-29 17:32:09
Petrus de Natalibus
Straßburg, Martin Flach, 1513. (4), 253 Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre (Vögel und Reben) von Hans Wechtlin und blattgr. Holzschnitt von Urs Graf am Schluß der Vorstücke. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 3 flach gearbeiteten Bünden. 2 intakte ziselierte Schließen. Folio (222:320 mm). Noch frühe Ausgabe der einflußreichen, erstmals 1493 in Vicenza erschienenen Heiligenlegenden. "A very valuable work with a wide circulation. In his arrangement of the various lives he follows the calendar of the Church. The collection [...] went through many editions, the last of which (the eighth) appeared in Venice, 1616" (Cath. Encyclopedia, s.v.). - Schöner Straßburger Druck; der prächtige Holzschnitt von Urs Graf zeigt die Himmelfahrt Christi. - Die Blindprägung des Einbands stärker berieben. Anfangs und gegen Ende mit Wurmspuren und kleineren Läsuren, stellenweise braunfleckig bzw. vereinzelt schwach wasserrandig. Vereinzelte Marginalien der Zeit. Hs. Besitzvermerk des späten 16. Jhs. und großes gest. Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel. - VD 16, P 1881. BM-STC German 644. Adams N 45. Ritter 1856.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-27 16:37:51
Template | Trixum Beschreibung Post-Inkunabel aus Tübingen, annotiert - Poliziano, Angelo (Ambrogini; Politianus). Lamia (Angeli Politiani viri undecunque doctissimi Lamia). Tübingen, Thomas Anshelm, um 1513. circa 20,8 x 16,2 cm. 9 statt 10 Blatt, letztes in Facsimile (A1-4, B1-5) Neuerer Pappband. - VD16 P 3990 und 3991; Steiff, Buchducker in Tübingen 89; nicht bei Adams und im BMC. Seltener Tübinger Druck dieser programmatischen Einführungsrede des Florentiner Humanisten Poliziano (1454-1494) mit dem hier ungenannten Untertitel: "Praelectio in Priora Aristotelis Analytica". Erstmals 1492 erschienen und mehrfach separat gedruckt. Polizian sollte in dem Jahr an der Universität von Florenz eine Vorlesung über die Analytica priora des Aristoteles halten. Als Philologe genoss es grosses Ansehen, an seinen Kenntnissen auf dem Gebiet der Philosophie wurden offenbar aber Zweifel geäussert. Dagegen verwehrt er sich mit dieser Rede, die einen originellen Überblick der antiken Schulen und eine ganz eigene Formulierung der wahren Aufgaben philosophischer Forschung präsentiert. - Exemplar mit zeitgenössischen Marginalien in roter und schwarzer Tinte. Das letzte Blatt fehlte offenbar schon lange (kleine Notiz auf B5 verso), es ist aber hier in Faksimile beigebunden (B6 ist verso weiss). Wenig gebräunt und fleckig, sonst gut erhalten. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-01-04 19:21:47
Catholic Church. Pope (1513-1521, Leo X).
Marcellus Silber, 1513. "The Fifth Lateran Council was summoned by Pope Julius II in response to the 'quasi-council' assembled at Pisa by several schismatic cardinals, and officially supported by King Louis XII of France. Twice postponed, the Council finally held its first session at Rome in the Lateran residence on May 10, 1512. Of the twelve sessions, the first five were held during the pontificate of Julius II, and dealt primarily with the condemnation and rejection of the quasi-council of Pisa, and with the revoking and annulment of the French 'Pragmatic Sanction' which would have restricted papal authority over French bishops. The remaining seven sessions under Leo X focused on achieving peace between Christian rulers, church reform, and defense of the faith through elimination of heresy. Cf. N.H. Minnich, The Fifth Lateran Council (1512-17)" (UCLA OPAC). Pope Leo X issued the present bull on 17 June 1513. It details the work of the seventh session of the Fifth Lateran Council and announces the eighth session. It includes memoranda on the reform of the church and Curia, and proposes => a plan for the establishment of universal peace. The title-page has => a large woodcut, reverse-printed, of the papal coat of arms. The text is printed in single-column format in roman type. The bull is generally known by the title "Meditatio cordis nostri." The imprint information is from Isaac. Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only four U.S. libraries (Folger, UPenn, UCLA, Columbia) reporting ownership.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-01-03 07:42:14
GELLIUS, Aulus.
(In fine:) Impressae sunt Florentiae sumptibus Philippi de Giunta Florentini. Anno MDXIII mense Ianuario (Firenze 1513). in-8, ff. (16), 64, 66-247, 275-330, con errori di numerazione, preziosa rilegatura fiorentina dell'epoca in cuoio fulvo, i piatti ornati da vari riquadri di filetti ed una bordura a secco e da un fregio centrale dorato ad interlazzi, dorso con filetti a secco, tagli dorati e cesellati (restauro alla parte inf. del dorso, 3 nastri in seta verde conservati). Titolo entro bella, larga, bordura silogr. con fiori, putti e grotteschi (lo stemma in basso al centro anticamente riempito in inchiostro bruno); car. corsivo, numerosi passaggi in greco, gran numero di iniziali ornate da interlazzi, impresa giuntina in fine. Dedica di Carlo Aldobrandi a Lorenzo de Medici. Prima ed unica edizione giuntina dell'opera in 20 libri, in parte mutili in origine, in cui Aulo Gellio (130-175 d.C.) raccolse, ad uso dei propri figli, il frutto delle sue ricerche e letture, effettuate per lo più ad Atene nelle serate invernali. Numerose e frammentate sono le materie trattate, ma il suo pregio va ricercato nei passi citati da opere di antichi autori altrimenti perdute. Stimata ed assai rara edizione giuntina, notevole per l'elaborata bordura silogr. adorna di figure mitologiche e maschere grottesche, descritta dal Sander, 3063. L'esemplare, marginoso seppur con lievi aloni, è interessante per la bella legatura d'epoca. Renouard 37.50. Bandinius II,42. Camerini, Annali n. 50: ''Edizione mai ripetuta. Oggi assai rara''. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
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