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2020-05-28 17:26:07
Venetian Martial Marci Valerii Martiallis Epigrammata Venice: Rusconibus 1514. Shipped with USPS Retail Ground. Martial. Marci Valerii Martiallis Epigrammata libri xiiii. Venice: Rusconibus, 1514. Royal octavo. 305mm. Vellum, joints cracked but holding. Woodcut title, others in text. Some staining and marginal worming.Martial's mordant verses depict with unequalled realism the diverse characters of imperial Rome: "gluttons, drunkards, debauchers, hypocrites of various kinds, a few devoted wives, faithful friends, true poets, and honest critics, hot sausage vendors, [and] Gaul[s]" (Oxford Companion to Classical Literature).
Bookseller: sleesh [New Paltz, New York, United States]
2020-05-27 23:51:02
BARBARO, Francesco
Paris: Vaenundantur in aedibus Ascensianis, 1514. Second edition after the first of 1513. 4to, xxxiii, (1 blank) 11. With printer's device on the title page. Bound in contemporary vellum with marble end papers with blind stamped center-piece with the date "1513" (probably added later). Marbled end papers, upper magin a bit short, occasionally touching the running title, ruled throughout with large woodcut initials colored in red, blue, green and gold. A fine copy. This is a reissue of the first edition of the previous year with the same collation, in which just the subscription of the last leaf was changed. This was edited by French jurisconsult Andre Tiraqueau (1488-1558). Tiraqueau had published his 1513 treatise "De Legibus connubialibus in which he offered a different legal framework for the marriage contract. Index Aureliensis 112.869; Remourad II, p. 144, no. 2; Muller pp 165 & 186; Kelso, p. 333, # 65; Erdmann p. 157. OCLC lists four copies in the US; Folger, Princeton, UCLA, Wisc. This is his treatise on marriage and the role of women. Barbaro was one of the most remarkable men of the 15th century. Born in Venice in 1398, he was elected senator at the age of 21. From 1423 to 1452 he was chief magistrate of Vicenza, Bergamo, Vernona and Brescia, Padua and Friuli. He was appointed ambassador to the Pope in 1426. After being raised to counsellor of state and procurator of St. Mark, he died in Venice in 1454. In addition, he was a protector of science and of learned men and held a correspondence with the greatest scholars of his age. In Book I, Barbaro discusses two ke … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
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2020-05-23 16:44:02
BARBARO, Francesco
Paris: Vaenundantur in aedibus Ascensianis, 1514. Second edition after the first of 1513. 4to, xxxiii, (1 blank) 11. With printer's device on the title page. Bound in contemporary vellum with marble end papers with blind stamped center-piece with the date "1513" (probably added later). Marbled end papers, upper magin a bit short, occasionally touching the running title, ruled throughout with large woodcut initials colored in red, blue, green and gold. A fine copy. This is a reissue of the first edition of the previous year with the same collation, in which just the subscription of the last leaf was changed. This was edited by French jurisconsult Andre Tiraqueau (1488-1558). Tiraqueau had published his 1513 treatise "De Legibus connubialibus in which he offered a different legal framework for the marriage contract. Index Aureliensis 112.869; Remourad II, p. 144, no. 2; Muller pp 165 & 186; Kelso, p. 333, # 65; Erdmann p. 157. OCLC lists four copies in the US; Folger, Princeton, UCLA, Wisc. This is his treatise on marriage and the role of women. Barbaro was one of the most remarkable men of the 15th century. Born in Venice in 1398, he was elected senator at the age of 21. From 1423 to 1452 he was chief magistrate of Vicenza, Bergamo, Vernona and Brescia, Padua and Friuli. He was appointed ambassador to the Pope in 1426. After being raised to counsellor of state and procurator of St. Mark, he died in Venice in 1454. In addition, he was a protector of science and of learned men and held a correspondence with the greatest scholars of his age. In Book I, Barbaro discusses two ke … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Life Books, Inc. [Lanesborough, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-05-07 22:03:50
[Jacopone da Todi, Jacopo de' Benedetti].
1514. Venice. Bernardino Benali. 4to (196 x 135 mm). 1b. on vellum, 8 ff., 128 ff. Sumptuous 19th century olive morocco by Mackenzie, boards with interlacing fillets, spine flat tooled and lettered in gilt, inner boards with similar patterns incorporating tooling of birds, insignificant rubbing. A beautiful copy, minor foxing here and there, edges gilded.- Rare and beautiful edition of this Italian poetry chef-d'œuvre, sumptuously bound for Fairfax Murray by Mackenzie. Franciscan religious Jacopo de Benedetti (Todi, c.1230 – 1306) is, alongside Dante, possibly the most illustrious and influential figure and poet of the Italian medieval literature.The book contains one of the earliest printed versions of the Stabat Mater, later made into music by Vivaldi, Haydn, Rossini, Schubert, Verdi, des Pres, Scarlatti, and others. This edition, published in 1514 by Benali (1483 – 1543) follows partially the Florence and Brescia editions, but adds to it with new pieces, both authentic and some attributed, along with pieces by other authors, such as St. Thomas Aquinas. It is illustrated with 3 woodcuts in text, one shows St. Francis receiving the stigmata, and another shows Jesus in prayer. Provenance: Ch. Fairfax Murray, bookplate on flyleaf. Rare, we can locate copies at Biblioteca Casanatense, BNCR, Cambridge University, BNF, Morgan Library, Harvard Houghton Library, Newberry Library, Yale, Institute of Information Science, BNE, according to OCLC. Gamba, 577. Sander, 3550. Essling, 1825. Adams, J-54.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2020-05-01 15:37:05
CEI Francesco
Firenze,: per Philippo di Giunta, 1514. Firenze, per Philippo di Giunta, 1514. In-24 gr. (mm. 139x87), p. vitellino ottocentesco (picc. spacchi alle cerniere), filetto dorato ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, dentelles dorate ai risg., tagli dorati, 5 cc.nn., 58 cc.num., 1 c.nn. (con bella marca tipografica xilografata al verso); titolo racchiuso entro ricca cornice figurata, pure inc. su legno; la raccolta è introdotta da una epistola di Giovanni Monaci a Domenico Canigiani. Cfr. Camerini,I,54: “Ripete l’ediz. del 1503, con qualche lieve differenza tipografica” - Renouard, n. 54, p. XXXVIII - Brunet,I,1714 per la prima ediz. del 1503 (in Nota riporta il 1514 come seconda ediz.) - il Gamba,1080 (in Nota) sostiene che: “esiste una seconda ediz. di Firenze, Filippo di Giunta Cartolaro, 1507, non citata dal Renouard.. Osservò il Crescimbeni, che, quanto a vivezza, è stato il Cei uno de’ migliori poeti, e che in molto conto debbon essere spezialmente tenute le sue rime anacreontiche”. “Francesco Cei (1471-1505), improvvisatore e sonatore di lira, avversario del Savonarola e dei Piagnoni, fu autore di un canzoniere pieno di trovate e lambiccature che precorrono lo stile secentista”, così Diz. Treccani,III, p. 55. Leggerm. smargin., solo qualche lieve arross. o fiorit. ma complessivam. esemplare ben conservato. Raro.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-04-25 16:15:26
SABELLICO (Marco Antonio Coccio).
67222 SABELLICO (Marco Antonio Coccio). Exemplorum Libri Decem. Ordine elegantia 1514 SABELLICO (Marco Antonio Coccio). Exemplorum Libri Decem. Ordine elegantia et utilitate prestatissimi. Venundantur Parrhisiis a Joanne Petit sub intersignio Lilii Aurei, in vico Sancti Jacobi (à la fin: ) 1514. in-4. 4ff. (le dernier blanc). 110ff. ch. Demi maroquin, dos à nerfs orné de caissons à froid (Reliure moderne). Belle édition gothique française, l'une des premières, de cet ouvrage de l'humaniste et historien italien Marco Antonio Sabellico, né à Vicovaro en 1436, mort à Venise en 1506. C'est un recueil de traits moraux et de caractère, tirés de différents peuples ou incarnés par des personnages de l'histoire et commentés par l'auteur.Très belle marque à fond criblé de Jehan Petit sur le titre et gravure sur bois emblématique sur le dernier feuillet.Petite réparation dans la marge du titre sans atteinte au texte. Inscription manuscrite sur le titre: "Sum Johannis a Sancto Paulo, 1539".Bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-25 03:12:16
ROLEWINCK, Werner.:
Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana, 1514.. characteribus Coloniae exaratum. Ortwini Gratii, Coloniae bonas litteras docentis, in laudem Vestphalorum Epigramma... Imprint and date and author's name on G6 recto, the date of 1514 is also printed at the end of the dedication on A2 verso, SECOND EDITIONM, Latin text, 4to bound in fours and sixes, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, 38 unnumbered leaves, collation; A-B6, C4, D-E6, F4, G6, woodcut decorative initials to beginning of chapters, bound in modern half calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine. Contemporary signature of Bernardus Tortelle in top margin of title page, small dark stain to lower corner of title page, small brown stain on B4, no loss, a few light underlinings, D4 has small neat repair to fore-edge margin, a few small pale margin damp stains, a few tiny ink marks to 2 lower margins, brief early ink note in margin of final page. A very good copy of a rare book (no copy of the first or 16th century editions located in the UK libraries, nor listed in Goff or Polain, Adams or Brunet. The Bibliotheque Nationale and Yale list 1 copy of our 1514 edition. Werner Rolewinck (14251502), a native of Westphalia, was a learned Carthusian monk, author of about 50 works, most notably a History of the World from the Creation to Pope Sixtus IV, 'Fasciculus temporum', first published in 1474. His only other well known work was this 'De Laudibus Westphalie' (first edition circa 1488) in which he describes the geography, manners and customs of his native land. There is also a chapter on the conquest of Brita … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-24 16:00:01
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana, 1514. characteribus Coloniae exaratum. Ortwini Gratii, Coloniae bonas litteras docentis, in laudem Vestphalorum Epigramma. Imprint and date and author's name on G6 recto, the date of 1514 is also printed at the end of the dedication on A2 verso, SECOND EDITIONM, Latin text, 4to bound in fours and sixes, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, 38 unnumbered leaves, collation; A-B6, C4, D-E6, F4, G6, woodcut decorative initials to beginning of chapters, bound in modern half calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine. Contemporary signature of Bernardus Tortelle in top margin of title page, small dark stain to lower corner of title page, small brown stain on B4, no loss, a few light underlinings, D4 has small neat repair to fore-edge margin, a few small pale margin damp stains, a few tiny ink marks to 2 lower margins, brief early ink note in margin of final page. A very good copy of a rare book (no copy of the first or 16th century editions located in the UK libraries, nor listed in Goff or Polain, Adams or Brunet. The Bibliotheque Nationale and Yale list 1 copy of our 1514 edition. Werner Rolewinck (1425–1502), a native of Westphalia, was a learned Carthusian monk, author of about 50 works, most notably a History of the World from the Creation to Pope Sixtus IV, 'Fasciculus temporum', first published in 1474. His only other well known work was this 'De Laudibus Westphalie' (first edition circa 1488) in which he describes the geography, manners and customs of his native land. There is also a chapter on the conquest of Britain by the A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-04-24 12:36:05
1514. Esemplare di una rara edizione aldina di buona data, corredata dalla importante prefazione di un Aldo ormai stanco e malato che lamenta la perdita di tempo causatagli dai curiosi che frequentano la sua stamperia. CICERO, Marcus Tullius IN HOC VOLUMINE HAEC C O N T I N E N T U R . Rhetoricorum ad C. Herennium lib. IIII M.T. Ciceronis de inuentione lib. II. Eiusdem de oratore ad Quintum fratrem lib. III. Eiusdem de claris oratoribus, qui dicitur Brutus: lib. I. Eiusdem Orator ad Brutum lib. I. Eiusdem Topica ad Trebatium lib. I. Eiusdem oratoriae partitiones lib. I. Eiusdem de optimo genere oratorum praefatio quaedam VENEZIA in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri (Aldo Manuzio il vecchio, & Andrea Torresano il vecchio) 1514 Un volume in quarto (cm. 19,5 x 12,5) di carte (6), 245, (3). Al frontespizio, e al verso dell'ultima carta, la marca tipografica xilografica delle tipografia aldina (ancora con delfino e ai lati la scritta AL DUS) Legatura posteriore (fine secolo XVII) in piena pergamena rigida; al dorso tassello con titolo abbreviato impresso in oro; contropiatti rivestiti di carta policroma con decorazione a pettine; tagli blu. Collazionato completo; buon esemplare con lievi macchie, aloni e note marginali e sottolineature di mano antica; sparse arrossature della carta; macchia più estesa alla carta 85 (foto 8); piccoli fori di tarlo alle prime 8 carte e dalla 150 alla fine del volume. Si tratta della prima edizione aldina delle Opere retoriche di Cicerone, pubblicata da Aldo secondo un progetto elaborato sin dal 1502, quando stampò il primo testo ciceroniano, le Famil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-04-23 09:59:01
LUCRECE commentaires de Jean-Baptiste PIUS
1514(A Paris); venundantur ab Ascensio ( Josse Bade) et Joanne Parvo (Jehan Petit). 1514. In folio (350 x 220) de 10 ff. nch. et 184 ff. 6 ff. nch. des Retractationes de Jean-Baptiste Pius. Long texte manuscrit sur la page de garde et annotations manuscrites de l'époque en marge de nombreux feuillets. Ex dono à l'encre sur la page de titre.Reliure d'époque en mouton retourné, dos à 5 nerfs,petit manque de cuir en queue, mors fendu sur environ 2 cm en tête. Mouillures claires marginales sur certains feuillets. Bordure effrangée sur la page de titre. Galerie de vers en marge intérieure sur une vingtaine de feuillets sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire de cette deuxième édition post-incunable( la première parut en 1511) des savants commentaires de Joanne Baptista Pio, première édition critique du De Rerum Natura . Les nombreuses annotations marginales manuscrites témoignent de l'attention portée aux auteurs de l'Antiquité par les lecteurs de la Renaissance et donnent une image de la lecture de ce texte au XVIème siècle..Selon B.-A. Taladoire (in Encyclopaedia Universalis), Lucrèce est le seul auteur du 1er siècle avant J.-C. à réunir "l'esprit du savant, la pénétration du philosophe et l'inspiration du poète".
Bookseller: Livres anciens Le Jardin des Lettres [France, Bourges]
2020-03-20 13:07:09
VANCKEL Johan Kölner de.
Paris, Berthold Rembolt, [1514]. 2 parties en un volume in-8 (165 x 97 mm), 13 ff. n. ch., 1 f. bl., 1 f. n. ch., 363 pp., 9 ff. n. ch. Maroquin brun, plats originaux du XVIe siècle en veau entièrement recouvert d'un décor estampé à froid enchâssés, dos à trois nerfs, titre et date en pied estampés à froid, des frottements, un coin abimé, trace de mouillure de mouillure ancienne dans la marge, page de titre manquante (Achille Collet, 1897). Belle impression gothique d'un compendium de droit canon avec commentaires, publiée par Berthold Rembolt, longtemps associé avec le prototypographe Ulrich Gering. Plusieurs éditions incunables sont à signaler. L'ouvrage comprend deux des grands textes du droit canon, le Liber Sextus du pape Boniface VIII (298) et les Clementinae ou Liber Septimus Decretalium du pape Clément V (1317), avec un commentaire scolastique.L'auteur du compendium Johann Kölner de Vanckel († 1490), professeur de droit à l'Université de Cologne, fut le canoniste allemand le plus respecté de son époque. L'édition du texte, permettant de circuler dans les Décrétales grâce à de longues tables de renvoi, a été réalisée par Jean Chappuis, originaire de Bourges, également docteur en droit, et Pierre Gromors, licencié en droit, cousin de Rembolt, qui établit son atelier d'imprimeur en 1516 après avoir travaillé quelque temps pour lui. L'ouvrage s'ouvre sur une intéressante lettre liminaire de Pierre Gromors à Claude Guillard, avocat au Parlement de Paris, datée de 1513. Le volume porte quelques notes manuscrites et soulignements contemporains. L'USTC signale seulement … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre-Adrien Yvinec [France, Paris]
2020-03-19 10:56:01
VANCKEL Johan Kölner de.
Berthold Rembolt, Paris [1514]. 2 parties en un volume in-8 (165 x 97 mm), 13 ff. n. ch., 1 f. bl., 1 f. n. ch., 363 pp., 9 ff. n. ch. Maroquin brun, plats originaux du XVIe siècle en veau entièrement recouvert d'un décor estampé à froid enchâssés, dos à trois nerfs, titre et date en pied estampés à froid, des frottements, un coin abimé, trace de mouillure de mouillure ancienne dans la marge, page de titre manquante (Achille Collet, 1897). Belle impression gothique d'un compendium de droit canon avec commentaires, publiée par Berthold Rembolt, longtemps associé avec le prototypographe Ulrich Gering. Plusieurs éditions incunables sont à signaler. L'ouvrage comprend deux des grands textes du droit canon, le Liber Sextus du pape Boniface VIII (298) et les Clementinae ou Liber Septimus Decretalium du pape Clément V (1317), avec un commentaire scolastique. L'auteur du compendium Johann Kölner de Vanckel (mort en 1490), professeur de droit à l'Université de Cologne, fut le canoniste allemand le plus respecté de son époque. L'édition du texte, permettant de circuler dans les Décrétales grâce à de longues tables de renvoi, a été réalisée par Jean Chappuis, originaire de Bourges, également docteur en droit, et Pierre Gromors, licencié en droit, cousin de Rembolt, qui établit son atelier d'imprimeur en 1516 après avoir travaillé quelque temps pour lui. L'ouvrage s'ouvre sur une intéressante lettre liminaire de Pierre Gromors à Claude Guillard, avocat au Parlement de Paris, datée de 1513. Le volume porte quelques notes manuscrites et soulignements contemporains. L'USTC signale seuleme … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Pierre Adrien Yvinec [Paris, France]
2020-03-18 11:06:08
Plutarch
Iacobum Mazochium Romanae Achademie Bibliopo, 1514. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. An early edition in Latin of the landmark Plutarch's Lives, 1514, very good in leather rebinding. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.
Bookseller: Bookbid Rare Books [United States]
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2020-03-18 03:29:03
Wilhelm IV., Herzog von Bayern
München etc., 1514-30. Zus. ca. 430 Bl.. Mit zusammen 4 großen und 2 kleineren Wappen-Holzschnitten (1 kol.), 4 fast blattgroßen oder halbblattgroßen Holzschnitten, 1 doppelblattgr. Holzschnitt und zahlr. schemat. Textholzschnitten (zur Genealogie). 2. Schwerer Holzdeckelband d. Z. mit breitem, geprägtem Schweinslederrücken auf 4 doppelten Bünden. Enthalten sind: 1) Des Loblichen haus und furstenthumbs. Obern und Nidern Bayren. freiheyten. von einem regirenden fursten von Bayrn auf den andern. gemeinem lannd: vernewt unnd bestettigt. die auch von Keysern. unnd Koningen. zugelassenn unnd Confirmirt seinn. getruckt zu Munchen. Anno domini. Tausent fünffhundert und xiiii. jar. (d. i. Landshut, Weissenburger, 1514). Mit halbseitigem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel und kleinem Textholzschnitt. 40 nn. Bl.. VD16 B 953. 2) Dy new erclerûg der landßfreyhait des loblichen haus und fürstenthumbs obern und Nidern Bairñ. Anno Fünffzehenhundert unnd im Sechzehenden auf den achtundzaintzigsten tag de Monats Aprilis zue Ingolstatt aufgericht. (d. i. Münchden, Schobser, 1516). Titel in Rot mit halbseitigem kolor. Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel. 16 nn. Bl.. VD16 B 979 3) Gerichtzordnung Imm fuerstnthumb Obern und Nidern Bayrn Anno 1520 aufgezicht. (d. i. München, Schobser, 1520). Mit fast ganzseitigem Titelholzschnitt von Caspar Clofigl Druck in Rot und Schwarz. 16 nn. Bl., fol. lxxxviii, 1 w. Bl.. VD16 B 989. 4) Reformacion der bayrischñ Lannndrecht nach Christi unsers Hailmachers geburde Im fünfzehenhundert unnd achtzehendm Jar Aufgezicht, (d. i. München, Schobser, 1518). Mit halbsei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2020-03-10 16:25:28
CURTIUS, Rochus. (Rocho de Curte).:
Paris, Francois Regnault, (1514).. FIRST EDITION WITH THE CURTIUS COMMENTARY (1514 - dated on colophon fo.88v), 8vo, approximately 195 x 130 mm, 7½ x 5 inches, large printer's device on title page depicting an elephant with a small castle (howdah) with Regnault's initials, strapped on its back and his name on a banner below, the whole framed with foliage and trees, some small historiated initials, leaves: 88 plus (8 - Tabula), fo.37 misnumbered 39, verso final blank Tabula leaf filled with early MS notes (see image); collation: a-M8. Bound in recent half morocco over marbled sides, gilt dividing lines, gilt title and date to spine. A little dark staining to leather on upper cover, title page slightly browned in margins, "1514" in ink in lower margin of title page, occasional ink marginalia in a very small hand and a few pale underlinings, pointing hand in 2 margins, pale margin stains to about 10 pages, a few margins trimmed affecting some marginalia. A very good copy. First published in 1506, this is the first edition with the commentary by Rochus Curtius on the Right of Patronage by the Church in granting privileges and gift of lands to benefactors. Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, No.3115; Davies, Devices of Early Printers, page 232. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton [United Kingdom]
2020-03-03 10:05:22
GRATIEN - GRATIANUS - BARTHOLOMEI BRIXIENSIS - FRERE MARTIN DE TROPPAU
- 1514, IPRESSIT VENETIIS, LEONARDO LAURETANO SERENISSIMO PRINCIPE. - Très Fort in-huit, plein veau, premier plat en ex-libris au nom de M. FRANCOYS DE. MARAFFIN et grand fers doré central, auréoles et mouillures notamment en seconde moitié d'ouvrage. - garde,1 f. 29 ff. nn. (2 à 5.6) cf. Registrum dernier feuillet. Manquent f. 1 à 1.8) - GRAVURE SUR BOIS FRONTISPICE (avec la bannière au croissant musulman) signée du graveur.. - CCCCCCVII p. avec le Bandeau de Gratien Orateur. 128 figures dans le texte essentiellement dans la première partie, Glose à l'entours du Texte sur deux colonnes, graphisme en rouge et noir, innombrables lettrines, notes en marge. Texte bien complet incluant p. CCCCCXCIV & CCCCCCXCV L'ARBOR AFFINITATIS et p. CCCCCCVII le REGISTRUM ET LES CONDITIONS D'EDITION de l'ouvrage. - 58 ff. pour le MARGARITA DECRETI, 2 ff., 1 f. 7 ff. dont dernier feuillet "flosculi seu summariy totius decreti finis. - 2 exemplaires sont recensés à la Bibliothèque MAZARINE et de STRASBOURG. Aucun ne comporte de page de titre au sens propre, mais commencent par les Tables, Capitual et Glossarii. - Originaire de Bologne, Gratien fut moine bénédictin et canoniste au XIIe siècle. Père de l'étude du droit canonique, qui enseigna au monastère des Saints-Nabor-et-Félix à Bologne. L'ouvrage fut utilisé à la faculté de droit de l'université de Bologne, puis dans d'autres universités européennes. Gratien s'inspira de canons existants issus des conciles tenus jusqu'au deuxième concile de Latran, en 1139, compris. Peu d'informations sont disponibles à son sujet, mis à part qu'il compila e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2020-02-21 03:02:11
Plutarch
Iacobum Mazochium Romanae Achademie Bibliopo, 1514. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. An early edition in Latin of the landmark Plutarch's Lives, 1514, very good in leather rebinding. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.
Bookseller: bookbid [Beverly Hills, California, US]
2020-02-18 10:10:45
GRATIANUS
VENISE: 1514. EXCEPTIONNEL OUVRAGE DE BIBLIOPHILIE - RELIURE PLEIN VEAU RESTAUREE. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ JOINDRE LE LIBRAIRE PROFESSIONNEL AUX REFERENCES SOUS L'ANNONCE.. .. 5392.02.20 GRATIEN - GRATIANUS BARTHOLOMEI BRIXIENSIS FRERE MARTIN DE TROPPAU REMARQUABLE EDITION VENITIENNNE POST-INCUNABLE 1514 DECRETUM GRATIANI, CUM APPARATU ARTHOLOMAEI BRIXIENSIS ET MARGARITA DECRETI SEU TABULA MARTINIANA EDITA PER FRATREM MARTINUM, ORDINIS PRAEDICATORUM 128 GRAVURES SUR BOIS 1514, IPRESSIT VENETIIS, LEONARDO LAURETANOSERENISSIMO PRINCIPE. - Très Fort in-huit, plein veau, premier plat en ex-libris au nom de M. FRANCOYS DE. MARAFFIN et grand fers doré central, auréoles et mouillures notamment en seconde moitié d'ouvrage. - garde, 29 ff. nn. (2 à 5.6) cf. Registrum dernier feuillet. Manquent f. 1 à 1.8) - GRAVURE SUR BOIS FRONTISPICE (avec la bannière au croissant musulman) signée du graveur.. - CCCCCCVII p. avec le Bandeau de Gratien Orateur. - 128 figures dans le texte essentiellement dans la première partie, - Glose à l'entours du Texte sur deux colonnes, graphisme en rouge et noir, innombrables lettrines, notes en marge. Texte bien complet incluant p. CCCCCXCIV & CCCCCCXCV L'ARBOR AFFINITATIS et p. CCCCCCVII le REGISTRUM ET LES CONDITIONS D'EDITION de l'ouvrage. - 58 ff. pour le MARGARITA DECRETI, 2 ff., 1 f. 7 ff. dont dernier feuillet "flosculi seu summariy totius decreti finis. Auréoles et mouillures notamment en seconde moitié d'ouvrage. - 2 exemplaires sont recensés à la Bibliothèque MAZARINE et de STRASBOURG qui donne seule une bonne collation. Aucun ne com … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [Blet, FR]
2020-02-18 10:10:44
GRATIEN - GRATIANUS - BARTHOLOMEI BRIXIENSIS - FRERE MARTIN DE TROPPAU
1514, IPRESSIT VENETIIS, LEONARDO LAURETANOSERENISSIMO PRINCIPE. - Très Fort in-huit, 2 plats conservés, premier cahier déliassé, dos absent, auréoles et mouillures notamment en seconde moitié d'ouvrage. - 29 ff. nn. (2 à 5.6) cf. Registrum dernier feuillet. Manquent f. 1 à 1.8) - GRAVURE SUR BOIS FRONTISPICE (avec la bannière au croissant musulman) signée du graveur.. - CCCCCCVII p. avec le Bandeau de Gratien Orateur. 128 figures dans le texte essentiellement dans la première partie, Glose à l'entours du Texte sur deux colonnes, graphisme en rouge et noir, innombrables lettrines, notes en marge. Texte bien complet incluant p. CCCCCXCIV & CCCCCCXCV L'ARBOR AFFINITATIS et p. CCCCCCVII le REGISTRUM ET LES CONDITIONS D'EDITION de l'ouvrage. - 58 ff. pour le MARGARITA DECRETI, 2 ff., 1 f. 7 ff. dont dernier feuillet "flosculi seu summariy totius decreti finis. - 2 exemplaires sont recensés à la Bibliothèque MAZARINE et de STRASBOURG. Aucun ne comporte de page de titre au sens propre, mais commencent par les Tables, Capitual et Glossarii. - Originaire de Bologne, Gratien fut moine bénédictin et canoniste au XIIe siècle. Père de l'étude du droit canonique, qui enseigna au monastère des Saints-Nabor-et-Félix à Bologne. L'ouvrage fut utilisé à la faculté de droit de l'université de Bologne, puis dans d'autres universités européennes. Gratien s'inspira de canons existants issus des conciles tenus jusqu'au deuxième concile de Latran, en 1139, compris. Peu d'informations sont disponibles à son sujet, mis à part qu'il compila et rédigea ce recueil de textes juridiques, qui constit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2020-02-12 08:45:44
Bude, Guillaume
Paris: Ascensius, 1514. Budé, Guillaume (1467-1540). (1) De asse et partibus eius libri quinque. [7], CLXXII ff. Woodcut title. Paris: Venundantur in edibus Ascensianis, 1514 [i.e., 1515]. Bound with: (2) Annotationes Guilielmi Budae parisiensis secretarii regii in quatuor et viginti pandectarum libros ad Ioannem Deganaium cancellarium Franciae. [8], CLXXIIII ff. Woodcut title and criblé initials. Lacking final signature x2 (colophon and final blank), as in several other recorded copies. Together 2 works in 1, folio. 315 x 205 mm. 16th-century blindstamped calf over wooden boards, rebacked, front endpaper renewed, corners repaired, remains of brass clasps, some wear and rubbing. Minor marginal worming to the volume's first and last few leaves, faint dampstains on first leaves of the Annotationes, but very good. Early annotations in ink in the margins of both works. First Edition of no. (1); second edition of no. (2). Budé, the foremost French humanistic scholar of his day, was influential in founding the library at Fontainebleau, which became the nucleus of the Bibliothčque Nationale, and in establishing what is now the Collčge de France. He made his reputation with the publication of De asse, an erudite treatise on ancient coins and measures that remained an authority on the subject for many years. The work takes its name from the Roman as or pound, originally equal to a pound of copper or bronze."In De asse, Budé collected and analyzed all kinds of classical economic data, in order to restore the original and precise sense to the ancient coins and measures. He sought to … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-12 07:09:45
MARTIALIS MARCUS VALERIUS ((MARZIALE)
1514. [FIGURATO RARO] (cm.32) ottima piena pergamena fine 500 con nervi, vecchio rinforzo alla cuffia inferiore. -cc. 2nn., cc. CXLIX (149) ma 148 per errore di numerazione, il foglio LXX è stato saltato per errore di stampa. Frontis entro cornice xilografica e grande marca. bellissima xilografia a piena pagina al verso di carta A8 proveniente dal Cicerone epist. fam. del 27-V- 1511 e l'inquadratura a "fond criblè" dal Bergomensis del 4-V-1506. Altre 16 belle xilografie di vario genere sono riprese dall'ediz. del 7-V-1510 tratte a sua volta dalla Bibbia del malermi del 1490. Bellissima e celebre edizione di grande eleganza compositiva e tipografica, riccamente illustrata. Il commento del Calderini fu composto nel 1473 e quello del Merula apparve nel 1475. Alcune macchioline a carta 134 e alcuni forellini ben restaurati al margine bianco di qualche carta, altrimenti esemplare molto bello e nitido con incisioni in ottima tiratura. *ADAMS M 693 * BM.STC. 420 * ESSLING 1672 *SANDER 4397 *CHOIX 4826 * ISAAC 1347 *SCHWEIGER II 2, P 594.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-02-09 02:07:31
LUCRÈCE / PIO, Giovanni Battista / PETIT, Jean (impr.)
[Parisiis]: Venundantur ab Ascensio et Ioanne Paruo, [Jehan Petit], [1514]. In-fol.: 21.5 x 32 cm, 10 ff. n. chiff. de titre, épître, index et pièces lim., 184 ff. chiff I à CLXXXIIII, 6 ff. n. chiff du Retractationes de Pio. Superbe post-incunable parisien du De Rerum Natura de Lucrèce, basé sur l'édition par Nicolas Bérauld, avec les commentaires de Giovanni Battista Pio. Edition partagée entre les deux imprimeurs parisiens Josse Bade et Jean Petit. Titre portique avec la marque du célèbre imprimeur Jean Petit. Colophon au Fo.CLXXXIIIIvo. (Renouard, Impr. parisien, II, no. 252). Typographie en lettres romaines en deux tailles, le commentaire encadrant le texte de Lucrèce. Nombreuses lettrines initiales sur bois. Reliure en veau brun aux armes de Mathieu Molé (1584-1656). Dos à nerfs avec titre en lettres dorées et caissons à fers d'angles marqués au centre du chiffre de M. Molé, formé des lettres M. O. L. E. en capitales romaines. Plats ornés des grandes armes du propriétaire. Ex-libris: André Gutzwiller. Quatre nerfs légèrement frottés. Magnifique exemplaire, très beau papier, conservé dans une reliure de caractère. Très rare sur le marché. Cette seconde édition révisée et augmentée du commentaire de Pio, près la première de 1511, est un exploit de philologie et un moment majeur de l'histoire de la réception de Lucrèce. L'humaniste Jean Baptiste Pio fut le premier à donner une édition critique du De Rerum Natura où il réussit à restaurer l'élégant travail littéraire et philosophique de Lucrère. (Palmer, Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance, 2014: 161). Jean Petit, ou Jeh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2020-02-06 13:12:08
Girolamo Savonarola
1514. Girolamo Savonarola - Prediche Utilissime per quadragesima del Venerando Padre Frate Hieronymo Savonarola da Ferrara de lordine di frati Predicatori Sopra Amos, p(ro)pheta: & sopra Zacharia propheta: & parte etiam sopra lo sacro Evangelio - 1514. Venezia, per Lazaro di Soardi; Pelle muta con nervi al dorso e taglio colorato in azzurro; 8°, cm 21,3 x 15,6; 1 vol.; pagg. 448; rilegatura allentata e con qualche foto di tarlo, esemplare restaurato, buono stato conservativo; frontespizio con titolo centrale e illustrazioni allegoriche in b/n; note di appartenenza; stampato su due colonne; capilettera ornati; tracce di antiche glosse e sottolineature; lievi gore d'acqua, bruniture e piccole macchie isolate; tagliato l'angolo inferiore dx della carta LVIII con relativa perdita del testo contenutovi; asportate carte LVIIII, LX, LXI, LXII, LXIII, LXVII, LXVIII, LXVIIII, LXX, LXXV, LXXVI, LXXVII, LXXVIII, LXXVIIII, LXXX; le carte mancanti sono state asportate perché il libro fu sottoposto alla censura del Tribunale dell'Inquisizione; la carta LXXXI ha vistosi segni di inchiostro; per errori di numerazione che non coinvolgono il testo, non esiste la carta CLXXXVIIII e ci sono due carte CXCI; in totale 224 carte effettive; l'ultima carta, rimarginata nel margine bianco inferiore, contiene il colophon, il registro e la marca editoriale. Rarissimo post-incunabolo. Girolamo Savonarola fu un famoso frate domenicano (Ferrara 1452 - Firenze 1498). La sua fine, causata da una complessa vicenda politica di fazioni cittadine, ha forse la ragione più profonda nella sua fiducia di poter imp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
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2020-02-02 14:56:09
Eck, Johannes und Paolo Cortese:
Augsburg, Johann Miller, 1514. 156 (von 158, ohne S3-4) Bll. Erste Ausgabe des bedeutenden Frühwerks des Gegenreformators. - VD 16, E 305 - BM, Germ. B. 452 - Adams E 32 - Gelegentlich etwas gebräunt, teils leicht wurmstichig, ohne Bll. 3-4. - Beigebd.: Paolo Cortese, In Sententias. Qui in hoc opere eloquentiam cum theologia coniunxit. Mit figürlicher Titelholzschnittbordüre sowie 4-teil. Textbordüren von Urs Graf. Basel, Froben, 1513. 6 nn., 52 num. Bll. - Der erste der von Froben allein betriebenen Presse mit den schönen Bordüren von Urs Graf. - VD 16, C 5314 - BM, Germ. B. 223 - Nicht bei Adams. - Mit Besitzvermerk auf Titeloberrand. First edition of the important early work of the Counter-Reformer. The magnificent title woodcut by Daniel Hopfer shows Jakob and Esau, at the end the printer mark Johann Millers. Contemp. wooden boards with blind embossed leather cover and 2 claps (rubbed). Occasionally somewhat browned, partly slightly worming. Added: P. Cortese, In Sententias. 1513. With figural title woodcut border and 4-part. Text borders by Urs Graf. HA Bei Bestellungen auf Rechnung bleibt Vorkasse vorbehalten. Bestellungen erfolgen ohne Gewähr und gelten erst nach Bestätigung der Verfügbarkeit. Schadensersatzansprüche sind bei nicht Lieferbarkeit ausgeschlossen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 8° , Brauner, blindgeprägter Ldr. d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit späterem Schweinslederbezug und 2 Messingschließen (beschabt). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Treptower Bücherkabinett [Germany]
2020-01-29 19:53:03
Bonifatius VIII..
(Venedig), Luca Antonio Giunta, 1514. 288; 120, 64, 64, 11 num. Bl. Mit 5 Druckermarken, mehr als 120 Textholzschnitten (2 blattgroß) und zahlreichen kleinen Initialen. 4° (21,5 x 17 cm). Modernes Pergament unter Verwendung einer liturgischen Handschrift. Prachtvoller Druck der Kirchenrechts-Sammlung. Unter demselben Datum (20. Mai 1514) erschienen bei Giunta auch noch die "Decretales" Gregors IX. und das "Decretum Gratiani". - Durchgehend mehrspaltig in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt, jeder Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt und Giunta-Druckermarke in Rot. Die zahlreichen teils wiederholten Textholzschnitte mit Amtshandlungen, Gerichtsszenen, Straftaten, Darstellungen aus dem täglichen Leben etc. Anfangs jeweils blattgroß "Arbor consanguinitatis" und "Arbor affinitatis". - Teils wenig gebräunt, vereinzelt etwas fleckig, ein Pergament-Blattweiser zum Ende des zweiten Teils. Fußschnitt alt handschriftlich betitelt. Schönes Exemplar. *EDIT16 CNCE 13404. IA 121.990. Sander 1215 und 2002. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel [Germany]
2020-01-23 16:27:14
TARTAGNI ALESSANDRO.
s.n. (Jo. Bapt. De Torti),, s.l., (ma Venetiis), 1514. Otto parti in tre volumi in-folio (cm. 43), cc. 1500 ca. complessive. Con grandi marchi tipografici ai frontespizi. Legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena con riutilizzo di manoscritti. Parecchie annotazioni ms. di mano antica, un frontespizio controfondato e qualche traccia d'uso sparsa, ma complessivamente esemplari genuini ed in buono stato di conservazione. Si tratta dell'intera opera di commento ai codici (compreso l'indice) del Tartagni (o Tartagna), Alessandro (detto Alessandro da Imola). Quest'ultimo fu giurista, civilista e canonista (Imola 1424 - Bologna 1477). Dopo aver studiato filosofia e diritto a Bologna, insegnò diritto civile, dal 1450, a Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara, Padova e poi di nuovo a Bologna fino alla morte. Ebbe numerosi, poi celebri discepoli. Fece commentarî al Digesto, al Codice, alle Decretali, dimostrando un felice equilibrio nel connubio dei due diritti, il civile e il canonico. Fu anche consulente fecondo e rinomato (7 libri di Consilia). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2020-01-23 16:27:14
1514. Condition: Come Nuovo. Tiratura: 499 esemplari Tecnica: intaglio e invecchiatura della carta Incisione delle lacerazioni: a mano Ritocco macchie e colori: a mano con pennelli Confezione: scatola in cuoio, realizzazione artigianale Commentario: in cuoio, legato a mano L'insaziabile desiderio di conoscere, di capire tutto ciò che vedeva, portava Leonardo ad esplorare ogni cosa. Anche il corpo umano l'affascinava, quale macchina perfetta e ben più complicata delle macchine fatte di ingranaggi. Leonardo voleva capire cosa c'era dentro, come funziona e cosa succede quando si ferma definitivamente con la morte. Per questo, prima a Milano, alla fine del Quattrocento, e poi a Firenze, agli inizi del Cinquecento, era solito recarsi in segreto negli obitori e utilizzando forbici e bisturi sezionava cadaveri; almeno trenta, secondo quanto riportano i suoi contemporanei. Nei suoi disegni mostra anche gli strumenti allora usati dai chirurghi, seghe e divaricatori. L'anatomia era ai primordi, le idee sul corpo umano erano molto confuse. Egli può a buon diritto essere considerato il fondatore di tale scienza, unitamente almeno con il belga Andrea Vesalio (1514-1564), la cui opera De humani corporis fabrica doveva apparire nel 1543.È noto l'appunto su una di queste sue esperienze fiorentine: «questo vecchio, di poche ore innanzi la sua morte, mi disse lui passare i cento anni, e che non si sentiva alcun mancamento ne la persona, altro che debolezza; e così standosi a sedere sopra uno letto nello Spedale di Santa Maria Nova di Firenze, sanza altro movimento o seguito d'alcuno accident … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-19 15:40:45
1514. Girolamo Savonarola - Prediche Utilissime per quadragesima del Venerando Padre Frate Hieronymo Savonarola da Ferrara de lordine di frati Predicatori Sopra Amos, p(ro)pheta: & sopra Zacharia propheta: & parte etiam sopra lo sacro Evangelio - 1514. Venezia, per Lazaro di Soardi; Pelle muta con nervi al dorso e taglio colorato in azzurro; 8°, cm 21,3 x 15,6; 1 vol.; pagg. 448; rilegatura allentata e con qualche foto di tarlo, esemplare restaurato, buono stato conservativo; frontespizio con titolo centrale e illustrazioni allegoriche in b/n; note di appartenenza; stampato su due colonne; capilettera ornati; tracce di antiche glosse e sottolineature; lievi gore d'acqua, bruniture e piccole macchie isolate; tagliato l'angolo inferiore dx della carta LVIII con relativa perdita del testo contenutovi; asportate carte LVIIII, LX, LXI, LXII, LXIII, LXVII, LXVIII, LXVIIII, LXX, LXXV, LXXVI, LXXVII, LXXVIII, LXXVIIII, LXXX; le carte mancanti sono state asportate perché il libro fu sottoposto alla censura del Tribunale dell'Inquisizione; la carta LXXXI ha vistosi segni di inchiostro; per errori di numerazione che non coinvolgono il testo, non esiste la carta CLXXXVIIII e ci sono due carte CXCI; in totale 224 carte effettive; l'ultima carta, rimarginata nel margine bianco inferiore, contiene il colophon, il registro e la marca editoriale. Rarissimo post-incunabolo. Girolamo Savonarola fu un famoso frate domenicano (Ferrara 1452 - Firenze 1498). La sua fine, causata da una complessa vicenda politica di fazioni cittadine, ha forse la ragione più profonda nella sua fiducia di poter imp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-01-19 15:40:45
1514. Autore: S. AMBROSIUS Titolo: Divi Ambrosii mediolanensis episcopi officioru liber Luogo di stampa: Venezia Editore: Gregorio De Gregori Anno: 1514 Condizioni: leggere attentamente la descrizione nella scheda In 8, cc. 88. Legatura in p. pg. coeva. con poche mancanze alla parte inf. del fr. Tarletti al marg. int. del volume (nessuna perdita di testo). Antica firma di possesso al fr. Lieve gora alla parte inf. delle prime cc.e qualche altra gora marginale. Bella edizione in carattere gotico degli Officii di Sant'Ambrogio.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium (comalek) [Asti, Italy, IT]
2020-01-18 22:10:36
1514. CHIRURGIAE GENERALIS OPUS ABSOLUTUM IN QUO QUORUMCUNQUE AFFECTUUM UNIVERSO CORPORI HUMANO OBVENIENTIUM, ET AD CHIRURGI CURAM SPECTANTIUM, NOTIO, PRAEDICTIO, ATQUE CURATIO PERSPIQUA METHODO NARRANTUR... ADDITA INSUPER EST OFFICINA CHIRURGICA, IN QUA NEMPE INSTRUMENTA OMNIA ALIAQUE CHIRURGICO CONVENIENTIA SUIS FIGURIS DELINEATA EXPRESSAQUE CERNUNTUR. CROCE, Giovanni Andrea della (1514-1575). Venetiis, apud Robertum Meiettum, 1596. In FOLIO, PERGAMENA COEVA (ESTREMITÀ DEL DORSO ED ANGOLI SDRUCITI). (IV), 108, 260, 71 PP. CON NUMEROSE ILLUSTRAZIONI INCISE IN LEGNO, DELLE QUALI DUE A PIENA PAGINA E TRE A MEZZA PAGINA, RAFFIGURANTI VARIE OPERAZIONI CHIRURGICHE E GLI STRUMENTI DEL TEMPO. TITOLO STAMPATO IN ROSSO E NERO CON INSEGNA TIPOGRAFICA. ALCUNI INSIGNIFICANTI FORI DI TARLO NEL MARGINE INTERNO DI POCHE PAGINE ABILMENTE RIPARATI, QUALCHE RIFIORITURA, MA ESEMPLARE BEN CONSERVATO. SECONDA EDIZIONE, LA PIÙ COMPLETA, DEL PIÙ BEL LIBRO ITALIANO DI CHIRURGIA DEL CINQUECENTO, DIVENUTA RARISSIMA ED ASSAI RICERCATA. MANCA AD ALCUNE FRA LE PIÙ IMPORTANTI BIBLIOTECHE MEDICHE. "GIOVANNI ANDREA DELLA CROCE DA VENEZIA FU AUTORE DI UN LIBRO STAMPATO NEL 1573 CHE EBBE GRANDISSIMA DIFFUSIONE E CHE FU CONSIDERATO TESTO CLASSICO PER TUTTO IL '600. IN ESSO TROVIAMO UNA DESCRIZIONE ACCURATISSIMA DEGLI STRUMENTI CHIRURGICI PIÙ IN USO AI SUOI TEMPI E DI QUELLI DA LUI INTRODOTTI NELL' ARTE... GIUSTAMENTE OSSERVÒ IL BURG COME AL DELLA CROCE SPETTI IL GRANDISSIMO MERITO DI ESSERE STATO IL PRIMO AD INTRODURRE I SINONIMI PER I NOMI GRECI, ARABI E LATINI DELLE MALATTIE E DI AVERE DATO I DISEGNI ESAT … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-17 18:53:03
Plutarch
Iacobum Mazochium Romanae Achademie Bibliopo, 1514. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. An early edition in Latin of the landmark Plutarch's Lives, 1514, very good in leather rebinding. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.
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2020-01-16 23:37:04
Lucas Van LEYDEN (Leida 1494 - 1533)
Bulino, circa 1514, monogrammato in lastra in alto a sinistra. Esemplare nella prima variante di due secondo Filedt Kok, o nella prima variante di tre. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, minimo restauro all'angolo inferiore destro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. San Domenico di Guzman, di origini spagnole (1170- Bologna 1221) fu il fondatore dell'ordine dei Frati Predicatori detti poi Domenicani, nel 1216. Bibliografia: Bartsch, Hollstein, F Kok 118 a/c. Dimensioni 72x112 Engraving, circa 1514, signed at upper left. Example of the first issue (of two accordind Filedt Kok, or three following Hollstein). A fine impression, on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, a small repair at the lower right corner, otherwise very good. Bartsch, Hollstein, F Kok 118 a/c.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 04:15:11
1514. Terza edizione, rara e molto ricercata, dei versi di Cei dedicati a Clizia, poetico senhal per Cassandra di Bartolomeo Bartolini Salimbeni che, al tempo della prima edizione dell'opera (1501) era sposata con Carlo di Leonardo Ginori. L'Autore fu feroce oppositore di Savonarola, e lo spirito critico nei confronti del fratetrasuda anche dalle sue rime, a tal punto che fu esiliato a Roma nel 1501 dove, probabilmente, morì quattro anni dopo.Volume in-8° , 16x10 cm. , legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con fregi e titoli in oro al dorso, bel frontespizio con bella cornice xilografica e marca tipografica incisa all'ultima carta, cc. [5] 58 [1] ,buon esemplare fresco con qualche lieve fioritura, e difetti alle ultime 3 carte che presentano piccolifori con minime perdite di testo e marca tip. Francesco Cei Sonecti, capituli, canzone, sextine, stanze et strambocti composti... In laude di Clitia SONECTI CAPITVLI CAN_ ZONE SEXTINE STANZE ET STRAMBOCTI COM POSTI PERLO ECEL LENTISSIMO FRAN CESCHO CEI CIPTA DINO FIORENTINO IN LAVDE DI CLITIA. IN FIRENZE Per Philippo di Giunta 1514 Terza edizione, rara e molto ricercata, dei versi di Cei dedicati a Clizia, poetico senhal per Cassandra di Bartolomeo Bartolini Salimbeni che, al tempo della prima edizione dell'opera (1501) era sposata con Carlo di Leonardo Ginori. L'Autore fu feroce oppositore di Savonarola, e lo spirito critico nei confronti del frate trasuda anche dalle sue rime, a tal punto che fu esiliato a Roma nel 1501 dove, probabilmente, morì quattro anni dopo. Volume in-8° , 16x10 cm. , legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-01-14 11:51:19
APIANUS, Petrus and Bartholomeus AMANTIUS.
First edition of the first work on classical inscriptions printed in Germany and the first printed world corpus of classical inscriptions. It includes inscriptions on tombs and other stones, but also on ceramics and other objects. The large woodcut on the title-page shows the "allegory of eloquence" after a drawing in Albrecht Dürer's ca. 1514 Ambraser Kunstbuch: Hermes with a woman, a soldier, a scholar and a cleric tethered to his tongue from their ears. This allusion to the power of words must have been chosen as especially suited to a book of inscriptions. The book was printed at the private printing office of the great astronomer and geographer Petrus Apianus, at the expense of Raimund Fugger. The latter also provided from his collections the material for the larger part of the illustrations. The inscriptions, some taken from works by Peutinger, Pirckheimer, Choler, Giocondo and others, are arranged geographically. The book includes some obviously fictitious items lifted from the Hypnerotomachia Polifili (Venice 1499) and from Ciriaco d'Ancona. It must have been an extremely expensive production, and the famous banking family Fugger may have been better equipped to finance it than many royal families.Library stamp and early owner's name on title-page. In very good condition, with only an occasional minor smudge or small stain and with generous margins. Inside front hinge cracked, spine faded, corners and spine chafed. A "monumental" milestone in the study of classical Roman inscriptions, preserving important records of many inscriptions now lost.Adams A-1291; USTC … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-31 16:55:13
MUNSTER, Sebastian.
1514. Basle, Sebastian Petri, 1628, German text edition. Coloured woodcut, image size 320 x 360mm. The third block used by Munster for Scandinavia, published in the 'Cosmographia' from 1588. Copied from Ortelius it shows from Britain to the Arctic Circle, with Scandinavia, Iceland, Northern Russia, Greenland and part of North America (called Estotilant). Although the cartography of Scanindavia is an improvement a number of mythical islands appear in the Atlantic, including Brasil (just off the coast of Ireland), Friesland and St Brendain. 'Drogeo' is believed to represent Newfoundland. GINSBERG: Septentionalium Regionem, 23.
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2019-11-29 14:25:38
Bude, Guillaume
Paris: Ascensius, 1514. Budé, Guillaume (1467-1540). (1) De asse et partibus eius libri quinque. [7], CLXXII ff. Woodcut title. Paris: Venundantur in edibus Ascensianis, 1514 [i.e., 1515]. Bound with: (2) Annotationes Guilielmi Budae parisiensis secretarii regii in quatuor et viginti pandectarum libros ad Ioannem Deganaium cancellarium Franciae. [8], CLXXIIII ff. Woodcut title and criblé initials. Lacking final signature x2 (colophon and final blank), as in several other recorded copies. Together 2 works in 1, folio. 315 x 205 mm. 16th-century blindstamped calf over wooden boards, rebacked, front endpaper renewed, corners repaired, remains of brass clasps, some wear and rubbing. Minor marginal worming to the volume's first and last few leaves, faint dampstains on first leaves of the Annotationes, but very good. Early annotations in ink in the margins of both works. First Edition of no. (1); second edition of no. (2). Budé, the foremost French humanistic scholar of his day, was influential in founding the library at Fontainebleau, which became the nucleus of the Bibliothčque Nationale, and in establishing what is now the Collčge de France. He made his reputation with the publication of De asse, an erudite treatise on ancient coins and measures that remained an authority on the subject for many years. The work takes its name from the Roman as or pound, originally equal to a pound of copper or bronze. "In De asse, Budé collected and analyzed all kinds of classical economic data, in order to restore the original and precise sense to the ancient coins and measures. He sought … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [United States]
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2019-11-29 07:27:02
Paul the Deacon
Paris: 1514. Shipment will always and only traceable. We make a single shipment for more items purchased. Shipping worldwide. The pictures below are an important part of the description. Therefore the pictures must be viewed carefully. We accept payment with -B-a-n-k-T-r-a-n-s-f-e-r- At the discretion of europe buyers or holding a paypal account in Euro: if buyers have an Euro account, we prefer to receive payment through paypal in Euro. Due to of the continuous change of Dollar and Euro, for the payment we will see and we will take valid the final price (in Euro) when the auction will be terminated. Per gli acquirenti italiani: se il pagamento sarà effettuato tramite bonifico bancario la spedizione sarà gratuita. Please make bid only if you are truly interested to buy. Thanks and good auction! TITLE: Pauli Diaconi Ecclesiae Aquilegiensis Historiographi percelebris De origine et gestis Regum Langobardoru[m] Libri.VI. : Cum indice et argumentis.. [Parisiis] : Venu[n]da[n]tur ab Ioanne Paruo et Iodoco Badius Ascensio [MDXIIII.] [1514] RARE EDITIO PRINCEPS. ONLY ONE EXEMPLAR IN THE U.S.A. Cambridge (Houghton Library, Harvard University). See ustc. Complete. [4], 38 leaves in Latin. Small folio (27 x 20 cm). Old boards half covered with a fragment from a manuscript choirbook on vellum of the 15th century (some lacks). Conditions: title page a bit detached and with small restoration below the written "Venundantur..." and two small marginal restorations. Some light water stains. Small restorations on the internal margins of some leaves. Notes: Signatures: a⁴ A-D⁸ E⁶. Includes ind … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: the.lord.of.the.books [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2019-11-09 20:47:06
Aristotle; Antonio Andreas. Edited by Walter Burley and Robert Grosseteste
Gregorium de Gregorijs, Venice, 1514. Rare 16th century printing of Aristotle's Posterior Analytics; bound together with Spanish Franciscan theologian Antonius Andreas's best known work, Quaestiones super XII libros Metaphysicae Aristotelis. Quarto, bound in contemporary parchment over handmade paper-covered boards, woodcut initials, text in two columns. In very good condition. A rare and desirable collection. The Posterior Analytics is a text from Aristotle's Organon that examines demonstration, definition, and scientific knowledge. In the work, Aristotle distinguishes 'demonstration' as a syllogism productive of scientific knowledge, and 'definition' as the statement of a thing's nature: the meaning of its name, or of an equivalent nominal formula. In the Prior Analytics, syllogistic logic is considered in its formal aspect; in the Posterior it is considered in respect of its matter. The "form" of a syllogism lies in the necessary connection between the premises and the conclusion. Aristotle concludes the book with the way the human mind comes to know the basic truths or first principles, which are not innate, because people may be ignorant of them for much of their lives. Of all types of thinking, scientific knowing and intuition are considered as only universally true, where the latter is the originative source of scientific knowledge. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-10-30 19:52:21
Cardinal Francisco Ximenes
Academia Complutensi: Arnaldi Guillelmi de Brocario, 1514. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents An Original Leaf from the First Printed Edition of the Greek New Testament - 1514 - Complutensian Polyglot. This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is of ONE original leaf from the PREMIUM LEAVES LIST below of leaves extracted from the first printed Greek New Testament, 1514, DM1412. Although it was printed two years before Erasmus' 1st edition Greek New Testament, 1516, it was not published until 1517. Add $20.00 for a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2019-10-23 23:34:00
Bude, Guillaume
Ascensius, Paris, 1514. Budé, Guillaume (1467-1540). (1) De asse et partibus eius libri quinque. [7], CLXXII ff. Woodcut title. Paris: Venundantur in edibus Ascensianis, 1514 [i.e., 1515]. Bound with: (2) Annotationes Guilielmi Budae parisiensis secretarii regii in quatuor et viginti pandectarum libros ad Ioannem Deganaium cancellarium Franciae. [8], CLXXIIII ff. Woodcut title and criblé initials. Lacking final signature x2 (colophon and final blank), as in several other recorded copies. Together 2 works in 1, folio. 315 x 205 mm. 16th-century blindstamped calf over wooden boards, rebacked, front endpaper renewed, corners repaired, remains of brass clasps, some wear and rubbing. Minor marginal worming to the volume's first and last few leaves, faint dampstains on first leaves of the Annotationes, but very good. Early annotations in ink in the margins of both works. First Edition of no. (1); second edition of no. (2). Budé, the foremost French humanistic scholar of his day, was influential in founding the library at Fontainebleau, which became the nucleus of the Bibliothèque Nationale, and in establishing what is now the Collège de France. He made his reputation with the publication of De asse, an erudite treatise on ancient coins and measures that remained an authority on the subject for many years. The work takes its name from the Roman as or pound, originally equal to a pound of copper or bronze. "In De asse, Budé collected and analyzed all kinds of classical economic data, in order to restore the original and precise sense to the ancient coins and measures. He sought to … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-09-30 11:44:58
Lucas Van LEYDEN (Leida 1494 - 1533)
Bulino, circa 1514, monogrammato in lastra in alto a sinistra. Esemplare nella prima variante di due secondo Filedt Kok, o nella prima variante di tre. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, minimo restauro all'angolo inferiore destro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. San Domenico di Guzman, di origini spagnole (1170- Bologna 1221) fu il fondatore dell'ordine dei Frati Predicatori detti poi Domenicani, nel 1216. Bibliografia: Bartsch, Hollstein, F Kok 118 a/c. Dimensioni 72x112 Engraving, circa 1514, signed at upper left. Example of the first issue (of two accordind Filedt Kok, or three following Hollstein). A fine impression, on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, a small repair at the lower right corner, otherwise very good. Bartsch, Hollstein, F Kok 118 a/c.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-09-26 10:44:17
jurgen lewandowski
sudwest, germany. limited edition of 2500 (this is number 1514) engine blueprint included the hard cover jacket is in very good condition the outer "casing" for the book is faded [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: paul quirk [merseyside, United Kingdom]
2019-09-25 14:11:29
LUCRÈCE / PIO, Giovanni Battista / PETIT, Jean (impr.)
[Parisiis]: Venundantur ab Ascensio et Ioanne Paruo, [Jehan Petit], [1514]. In-fol.: 21.5 x 32 cm, 10 ff. n. chiff. de titre, épître, index et pièces lim., 184 ff. chiff I à CLXXXIIII, 6 ff. n. chiff du Retractationes de Pio. Superbe post-incunable parisien du De Rerum Natura de Lucrère, basé sur l'édition par Nicolas Bérauld, avec les commentaires de Giovanni Battista Pio. Edition partagée entre les deux imprimeurs parisiens Josse Bade et Jean Petit. Titre portique avec la marque du célèbre imprimeur Jean Petit. Colophon au Fo.CLXXXIIIIvo. (Renouard, Impr. parisien, II, no. 252). Typographie en lettres romaines en deux tailles, le commentaire encadrant le texte de Lucrèce. Nombreuses lettrines initiales sur bois. Reliure en veau brun aux armes de Mathieu Molé (1584-1656). Dos à nerfs avec titre en lettres dorées et caissons à fers d'angles marqués au centre du chiffre de M. Molé, formé des lettres M. O. L. E. en capitales romaines. Plats ornés des grandes armes du propriétaire. Ex-libris: André Gutzwiller. Quatre nerfs légèrement frottés. Magnifique exemplaire, très beau papier, conservé dans une reliure de caractère. Très rare sur le marché. Cette seconde édition révisée et augmentée du commentaire de Pio, près la première de 1511, est un exploit de philologie et un moment majeur de l'histoire de la réception de Lucrèce. L'humaniste Jean Baptiste Pio fut le premier à donner une édition critique du De Rerum Natura où il réussit à restaurer l'élégant travail littéraire et philosophique de Lucrère. (Palmer, Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance, 2014: 161). Jean Petit, ou Jeh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Univers [Lausanne, Switzerland]
2019-09-14 12:34:42
Postinkunabel aus Hagenau - Porta, Santius de (Sancho)
Hagenau, Heinrich Gran für Johann Rynman, Nov. 1514 - April 1515. Fol. 136, 2 Bl. (letztes weiß), 10 Bl., fol. 141, 1 w. Bl., fol 98 (recte 113), 1 w. B., 6 Bl., fol. 76, 12. Mit 4 Holzschnitt-Titelbordüren, jeweils aus 4 Leisten anders zusammengesetzt Titeleien von 1 und 3 in Schwarz und Rot. 2. Holzdeckelband d. Z. mit braunem, reich geprägtem Kalbslederbezug, abgeschrägten Kanten, Titelschild am Deckel und Rücken, hs. Titel am Fußschnitt sowie Blattweisern. Vollständige Predigtsammlung des Benediktinermönches Sancho Porta aus Saragossa (ca. 1350- 1429) in einem aufwändigem Lederband d. Z. auf 4 Doppelbünden mit Streicheisenlinien, Rollenstempeln und Einzelstempel (Rauten, Rosen, herzförmige Seeblätter, Lilien, Akanthusgerank etc.) aus dem Benediktinerkloster Tegernsee (dreizeiliger Erwerbsvermerk auf Vorderspiegel, datiert 1520), sowie weiterer Vermerk auf hint. Spiegel. Lederbezug mit einigen Wurmlöchern, am Rücken und den Gelenken etwas rissig Beschläge und Schließen entfernt der breitrandige, zweispaltige Druck mit sehr wenigen hs. Glossen und 2-3 Tintenflecken Bl. LXXII/I mit alt hinterlegtem Randeinriss. Insgesamt ein schönes und beeindruckendes Exemplar. VD16 1648ff Palau VI, 144 STC 712 Zimmermann: Bayr. Kloster-Heraldik, S. 156f Jöcher III, 1711: Porta "predigte aber einst so scharff vor Benedicto XIII, daß ihn dieser in Verhafft nehmen ließ".
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Germany]
2019-08-02 01:44:38
JUVENALIS, JUNIUS - [Giovanni BRITANNICO, Angeli POLITIANI. Philippi BERNALDI, Baptiste EGNATII]
Mediolani [Milan]: Johannis Angelus Scinzenzeler, 1514. Hardcover. Very Good/not applicable. Imperial octavo (29.5x21.5 cm). - [8], CXXVI leaves. - Contemporary mottled calf; spine with 6 raised bands, embossed floral decoration in gilt, and title embossed in gilt on red leather label on spine. Corners and edges somewhat worn, else fine. - Title-page printed in red-and-black; with Scinzenzeler's famous printer's device: "An angel within a rectangle holding a disc - there are initials at he feet of the angel, and the words "IO IACOMO E FRAT DE LAGNANO" circumscribing a blazing sun, in the middle of which there is the monogram 'I. H. S.', under a cross." - Fine, except for a few small wormholes on the front free end-paper, two contemporary manuscript comments and a tiny smudge in the printer's device on the title-page; and a small damage (with some loss of text) on the last leaf. - Also, small (0.5x3 cm) tear without loss of text, at the bottom of the last leaf and end-paper. - Comments in various old hands on the blank verso of the last leaf. - With marginal titles. - With 16 framed woodcut illustrations (7.5x7.5 and 5.5x7.5 cm). - Rare: WorldCat locates only 7 copies. More photos on request.
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-07-28 14:34:29
Otto von Waldburg, 1514-73
Otto von Waldburg, 1514-73. Augsburg Reformation, Flugschrift, anno 1630, selten Drey vnderschidliche Rechtliche Bedencken oder Discursus: so vber die Augspurg. Reformation, von einem oder mehr Uncatholischen Rechtsgelerten Theils in der Relation vber des Heiligen Reichs Stadt Augspurg jetzigen Erbärmlichen Zustandt Theils in einer anderen Schrifft auffgesetzt worden. Welche durch andere drey Beständige vnnd in Jure & Facto Wolgegründte Verantwortungen der Lieben Wahrheit zu Stewr abgelaine vnd widerlegt werden Otto Truchsess von Waldburg (Cardinal and Bishop of Augsburg) Verlegung Caspari Svtoris, 1630, 8, neuer Pappeinbd., 114 (falsch 110) Seiten, etwas gebräunt. Hohenemser, Slg. Freytag 5370 und Zum Jungen 116.
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-06-26 08:39:26
Plutarch
Josse Badius for himself and Jean Petit 13th November - 1st December, 1514. Plutarch, Vitae Plutarchi Cheronei post Pyladen Brixianum longe diligentius repositae: cum moiore verioreque indice: necnon cum Aemilii Probi vitis, [Paris, Josse Badius for himself and Jean Petit, 13th November - 1st December, 1514] title printed in red and black within an ornate woodcut architectural border also printed in red and black, handsome large woodcut crible initials, lacking C2&5 and final blank, some contemporary ink annotations to margins, a1&2 repair to inner margin, some scattered wormholes (mostly affecting final few gatherings), occasionally affecting text, some faint water-staining, (again mostly at end and mostly marginal), contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, metal clasps, spine in compartments, later paper label to spine, a few wormholes, lightly soiled, a few scuffs and stains, folio [Renouard, Badius Ascensius, III, 175; not in Adams] Provenance: early ink inscriptions to title 'ex bibliotheca monasterii Brigdotini ord. bened.' and 'sum est libris Andrea Crassi' [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Stockdale [Stroud, United Kingdom]
2019-06-01 16:22:58
Venedig: 1514. Capreolus Johannes (Defensiones in quattuor libris sententiarum Thomae de Aquni), Die Beschreibung ist wörtlich zu nehmen, es sind tatsächlich vier Teile in 2 Bänden, zu einem gebunden. Insgesamt fast 1000 Seiten die sich, wie folgt verteilen: 4 nn. Blatt, 304 num.; 318 num., 138 num., und 230 num. Blatt. Mit vier Holzschnittdruckermarken im Format 31 x 21,5 cm. Blindgeprägter ERSTER Kalbseledereinband - sehr eindrucksvolle Musterung - dieser etwas berieben und beschabt. Venedig bei Georg Arrivabene, 1514. 2. Ausgabe des 1483 erschienenen Thomaskommentars. Papierqualität hervorragend - fast durchgehend weißes Hadernpapier. Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie 10% Sonderkonditionen zu unseren ausgeschilderten Bibeln und Drucken! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, AT]
2019-05-07 14:54:35
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana, 1514. characteribus Coloniae exaratum. Ortwini Gratii, Coloniae bonas litteras docentis, in laudem Vestphalorum Epigramma. Imprint and date and author's name on G6 recto, the date of 1514 is also printed at the end of the dedication on A2 verso, SECOND EDITION, Latin text, 4to bound in fours and sixes, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, 38 unnumbered leaves, collation; A-B6, C4, D-E6, F4, G6, woodcut decorative initials to beginning of chapters, bound in modern half calf over marbled boards, gilt lettered spine. Contemporary signature of Bernardus Tortelle in top margin of title page, small dark stain to lower corner of title page, small brown stain on B4, no loss, a few light underlinings, D4 has small neat repair to fore-edge margin, a few small pale margin damp stains, a few tiny ink marks to 2 lower margins, brief early ink note in margin of final page. A very good copy of a rare book (no copy of the first or 16th century editions located in the UK libraries, nor listed in Goff or Polain, Adams or Brunet. The Bibliotheque Nationale and Yale list 1 copy of our 1514 edition. Werner Rolewinck (1425 1502), a native of Westphalia, was a learned Carthusian monk, author of about 50 works, most notably a History of the World from the Creation to Pope Sixtus IV, 'Fasciculus temporum', first published in 1474. His only other well known work was this 'De Laudibus Westphalie' (first edition circa 1488) in which he describes the geography, manners and customs of his native land. There is also a chapter on the conquest of Britain by the An … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-05-07 07:18:58
Gazio Antonio
per Gilbertum Devilliers. Impensis honesti viri Bartholomei Trot, 1514. 8vo (cm. 22), 8 cc.nn., CLIX cc., 1 c.nn. bianca (assente). Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con grande vignetta allegorica. Testo su due colonne in caratteri gotici. Num.se piccole iniziali xilografiche. Legatura antica in pergamena rigida con titolo ms. al ds. (piatti leggermente divaricati). Minuscola macchia sulla carta di guardia libera anteriore e sul frontespizio. Esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rarissima seconda edizione dell’opera del medico italiano Antonio Gazio (1461 ca.-1528). Questo interessante trattato, pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1491 con diverso titolo, delinea l’idea rinascimentale del benessere della persona umana. L’opera si apre con una serie di capitoli sulle capacità e qualità che deve avere un buon medico; seguono consigli sulla scelta dell’abitazione, sui rapporti sessuali e sull’igiene personale. I capitoli dal 42 al 261 sono tutti dedicati all’alimentazione e approfondiscono argomenti quali: la scelta dei cibi, la fabbricazione del pane, la natura e le proprietà nutritive delle carni, del latte, del formaggio, del pesce, delle verdure e di molti altri alimenti. Viene trattata inoltre la produzione del vino e ne vengono illustrate proprietà e qualità . Seguono infine capitoli dedicati al sonno, all’igiene mentale, alle malattie e alla cura delle stesse. Opera di notevole fascino. Durling, p. 245. Edizioni successive in Adams. Non in Br. Libr.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
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