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        Epistolarum ad Atticum, ad Brutum, ad Q. Fratre, libri XX. nu p recogniti et maxima diligentiam pressi. Index eorum quae sunt notatu dignissima cum latina vocabularum interpretatione quae graece scributurunde multa utilia lectori licet decerpere.

      (Florenz, Filippo Giunta, November 1514). - Seltene Giunta-Ausgabe der Briefe Ciceros. - Einband (bes. Kapitale) etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Tlw. gestrichene alte Besitzvermerke a. Vorsatz- u. Titelblatt. Holzschn.-Bordüre am Kopfsteg etw. angeschnitten. Titel m. kl. tlw. hinterl. Randläsuren. Ein Registerbl. m. geklebtem Einriß. Tlw. zeitgen. Marginalien. Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig sowie tlw. schwach wasserrandig. - Adams C 1908; nicht im BM STC, Italian Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelbordüre u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 12 nn., 335 num. Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. erneuerten Schließbändern.

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        Habes hic amice lector P. Terentij Comoedias, una cun scholijs ex Donati, Asperi, et Cornuti commentarijs decerptis, multo quàm antehac unquam prodierunt emendatiores, nisi quod in Eauton timoroumenon scripsit ... Erasmi Roterodami, non sine praesidio ueterum exemplariorum. Basilea 1532. Segue: Ciceronis Familiares Epistolae Venetiis Rusconibus 1514

      in Officina Frobeniana - Georgii de Rusconibus, 1514 - 1532. 2 opere in un volume in - folio (cm. 30.5 x 21), bella legatura coeva su assi di legno, mezza pelle di scrofa con imoressioni a secco, dorso a tre nervi con titolo manoscritto, due piccoli restauri ai piatti, ganci di chiusura mancanti. le opere sono così suddivise: Terentius Afer, Publius. Habes hic amice lector P. Terentij Comoedias, una cun scholijs ex Donati, Asperi, et Cornuti commentarijs decerptis, multo quàm antehac unquam prodierunt emendatiores, nisi quod in Eauton timoroumenon scripsit ... Io. Calphurnius Brixiensis, licet recentior. Indicata sunt diligentius carminum genera, & in his incidentes difficultates, correcta quaedam & consulum nomina, idque studio & opera Des. Erasmi Roterodami, non sine praesidio ueterum exemplariorum. Ad haec accessit index accuratus uocum à commentatoribus declaratarum. Basilae : in Officina Frobeniana, 1532 (Basilae : in Officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium, & Nicolaum Episcopium, Mense Martio 1532). In - folio, pp. (20),389,(18), bella marca tipografica al frontespizio e al colophon del Froben, bei capilettera istoriati. Il frontespizio è composto da due esemplari diversi ma della medesima edizione, al verso è stata applicata nuovamente la marca tipografica. Leggera gora al margine superiore bianco. Nel complesso buon esemplare. Prima edizione con il commento di Erasmo da Rotterdam. Graesse VI, 56 Cicero, Marcus Tullius. Marci Tullij Ciceronis Familiares epistolae, diligenti emendatione castigatae. Commentantibus Ubertino clerico Crescentinate. Martino Philetico. Georgio Merula Alexandrino viris doctissimis. Additis quibusdam in libro miscelanearum per Angelum Politianum interpretatis. Vna cum figuris suis locis apte dispositis, necnon vtilissimis apostillis, regulatissimaque tabula, quae omnia notatu & cognitu digna miro ordine demonstrat. Venetijs, opere & impensa Georgii de Rusconibus Mediolanensis, 1514 die XXVII Augusti. In - folio, cc. CCXXIIII, bel frontespizio racchiuso in una ricca cornice xilografica con al centro la marca tipografica raffigurante S. Giorgio che uccide il drago; sullo sfondo donna in preghiera, castello con re e regina, al colophon marca con cerchio con croce doppia e iniziali G.R.M., illustrato da 16 belle vignette in xilografia nel testo e una grande xilografia alla fine della tabula su mezza pagina. Bell'esemplare.

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        San Girolamo nello studio

      1514. "Bulino, 1514, monogrammato e datato in lastra in basso a destra. Esemplare nella seconda variante di sei descritte da Meder, prima dei graffi di lastra nel soffitto e nella porta. Magnifica prova, dai toni argentei, impressa su carta vergata coeva con parziale filigrana (forse ""Croce di Lorena"" - Meder 292), rifilata al rame, piccoli restauri perfettamente eseguiti nella perte estrema superiore, tarcce di pega centra visibili al solo verso, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'analisi di questa magnifica opera non può prescindere e non includere gli altri due capolavori al bulino del Dürer: Il Cavaliere, la Morte ed il Diavolo (1513) e la Melancolia I (1514). I tre grandi capolavori del maestro di Norimberga sono noti anche con il nome di Meisterstiche (capolavori al bulino) ed esprimono la concezione filosofica che l'artista aveva dell'arte, della cultura e della religione. Dürer, uomo di cultura, realizza il Cavaliere quale simbolo della "vita activa" e San Girolamo quale espressione della "vita contemplativa", entrambi dediti, anche se in maniera opposta, ad una vita al servizio di Dio; infine, incide la Melancolia quale espressione di una vita raziocinante che forse si potrebbe riassumere come in "alternativa a Dio". Nella prima, il cavaliere procede fiero, apparentemente indomito, ma al suo fianco lo fissa il ghigno della morte, che leva verso di lui, perché possa vederla, la clessidra che segna il suo tempo, e dietro di lui cammina mostruoso il diavolo. Le due tenebrose figure lo hanno seguito fuori della caverna, seguono il suo passo, lo affiancano, e il magnifico destriero che cavalca non potrà portarlo lontano da loro. Ritroviamo la clessidra sopra il capo di San Girolamo, assorto nei suoi studi, mentre gli animali domestici e quelli feroci sono acquietati sul pavimento davanti a lui. Il cavaliere e il Santo: due diverse espressioni per esorcizzare la morte e l'angoscia della morte. La terza incisione riguarda direttamente lui, Albrecht Dürer, rappresentato da quel personaggio scomodamente rannicchiato su una pietra in un atteggiamento di sconforto e di angoscia. Il Panofsky osserva come il contrasto troppo evidente tra i due lavori del 1514, il San Girolamo e la Melancolia, è sicuramente voluto, quasi fossero complementari. La conferma è il fatto documentato, che l'artista vendeva i due fogli sempre insieme e che i collezionisti ne discutevano tenendoli fianco a fianco. Magnifica prova di uno dei capolavori del Maestro di Norimberga." "Engraving, 1514, monogrammed and dated in plate lower right. Example in the second variant of six described by Meder, before the scratch plate in the ceiling and door. A very good, silver, impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with a part of watermark (possible ""Cross of Lorraine"" - Meder 292), trimmed on copperplate, small restorations perfectly executed and the top edge, a small paper scratch in the middle, otherwise in excellent condition. The analysis of this magnificent work can not be separated and do not include the other two masterpieces by Dürer: The Knight, Death and the Devil (1513) and Melencolia I (1514). The three great masterpieces of Nuremberg are also known by the name of Meisterstiche (masterpieces of engravings) and express the philosophical concept that the artist had of art, culture and religion. Dürer, a man of culture, he made Knight as a symbol of ""active life"" and St. Jerome as an expression of ""the contemplative life"", both engaged, although in the opposite way, to a life in the service of God, and finally, which affects the Melancholy expression of a rational life that perhaps it could be summarized as ""an alternative to God."" In the first, the rider proceeds proud, apparently undaunted, but his side secures the grin of death, which lever toward him, that I may see it, the hourglass marking his time, and he walks behind the monstrous devil. The two shadowy figures have followed him out of the cave, follow the step, work with him, and the magnificent horse riding can not take it away from them. We find the hourglass on the head of St. Jerome, absorbed in his studies, and pets and wild ones are put to rest on the floor in front of him. The Knight and the Holy: two different expressions to exorcise death and the anguish of death. The third incision directly affects him, Albrecht Dürer, represented by that character uncomfortably crouched on a stone in an attitude of despair and anguish. The Panofsky looks like too obvious contrast between the two works in 1514, the San Girolamo and Melancholia, is definitely wanted, as if they were complementary. The confirmation is the documented fact that the artist sold the two sheets together forever and that collectors, they came to keeping them side by side. A very good example of this Durer's materpiece." Meder 59 b/f; Strauss, The intaglio prints of Albrecht Dürer, p. 212, 77; Panofsky 167; Salamon, Albrecht Dürer, Bulini, puntesecche, acqueforti, 52. 188 247

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        Figura Mortis. Orig.-Holzschnitt.

       22 x 17 cm, 16 x 13 cm, Minimal fleckig, schönes Exemplar. Originalblatt aus «Sermones Praestantissimi». gedruckt in Strassburg bei J. Grüninger. 1514. - Kristeller 144 Versand D: 20,00 EUR Totentanz

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        Philocolo in lingua vulgare tosca composto per el singular orator e poeta Miser Ioàni Boccatio da Certaldo nel qual soto velamento de amor se contien..tutta lhumana vita. (In fine, f. CI verso: colophon:) Qui finisce il Philocolo con la vita di Messer Iohanne Boccatio. Impresso in Venetia per Augustino de Zanni nel M.D.XIIII. (Venezia, 10 aprile 1514)

      De Zanni Agostino, 1514. in - folio (mm.300x205), ff. CV, (1b.). Legatura d'amatore moderna, d'imitazione antica, in pieno cuoio, riquadro in oro ed a secco con fregi e scritte in oro sui piatti, dorso a nervi con fregi. Testo su due colonne in car. romano, numerose iniziali silogr. ornate su fondo nero (magnifica la prima, più grande, che raffigura un gufo). In fine la "Vita di.. Boccatio composto (sic) per Hieronymo Squarzafico de Alexandria". Rara pregevolissima edizione, la seconda del XVI secolo, dopo le svariate edizioni del secolo precedente, di questa celebre opera che si vuole sia stato il primo lavoro del Boccaccio, scritto nel 1341. Romanzo in sette libri scritto su invito di Fiammetta ossia Maria d'Aquino, letterariamente basato sulla leggenda diffusissima di Fiorio e Biancofiore. Bell'esempl. (piccoli lavori di tarlo restaurati nel margine inferiore di pochi fogli; antica nota di possesso nella parte alta del titolo).

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        De Nola. Opusculum. Distinctum Plenum Clarum Doctum Pulcrum Verum Grave Varium et Utile. TAVOLE IN NERO FOGLIO DI TITOLO RIMARGINATO (In fine, recto ultimo f., colophon:) Incussum est hoc opus opera diligentiaque Probi viri Ioannis Rubri Vercellani. Venetiis Anno Salutis MDXIIII..(Venezia, Giovanni Rosso, 4 settembre 1514)

      Rosso Giovanni, 1514. in - folio (310x225), ff. LVIII, 8, segnatura: a - i6, k4, A - B4. (il f. b5 stampato solo al verso), carattere romano. Legatura secentesca in pergamena con titolo in inchiostro lungo il dorso. Il volume è fittamente postillato in latino da mano seicentesca ed è illustrato da 4 tavole fuori testo incise in rame da Girolamo Moceto, noto per aver collaborato all'opera incisioria del Mantegna, raffiguranti l'Agro nolano, la Nola vetus, la Figura praesentis urbis, ed infine la pianta della città. Al f. a2r testatina silografica ornata su fondo nero e grande capolettera. Prima edizione del primo trattato di archeologia dato alle stampe: il primo libro comprende la descrizione geografica del territorio nolano, la storia della città e l'esposizione delle principali virtù dei Nolani; il secondo è dedicato all'illustrazione della Nola contemporanea all'autore; ed infine il terzo tratta dei suoi aspetti religiosi e civili. Ambrogio Leone nacque nel 1459 a Nola, dove iniziò i suoi studi, proseguiti a Padova ed a Venezia, dove associò alla professione medica una intensa attività di traduzione dal greco, appreso negli anni padovani sotto la guida di Marco Musuro. Erasmo da Rotterdam «convisse con lui in amicizia e dimestichezza, e, sempre ricordando quel suo caro soggiorno veneziano, sempre si ricordò di lui» (B. Croce, Erasmo e gli umanisti napoletani, p. 174). Negli Adagia ricorda l'incontro in casa di Aldo Manuzio nel 1509 con il ''dottissimo Ambrogio'' (Adagia, Cent. II, n. LXIII), e nell'ottobre del 1518 gli scrive di attendere la pubblicazione di altre sue opere, tra le quali il ''De Nola''. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione, note di possesso al titolo di mano del XVI secolo, al verso bianco impresso in inchiostro antico timbro nobiliare, numerose chiose n.t.

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        Passion domini nostri Jesu christi s(ecundu)m serie(m) q(ua)ttuor eva(n)gelistaru(m). Mit großem Titelholzschnitt und 20 kl. Textholzschnitten von Urs Graf.

      Adam Petri, 31. Juli . -, Basel 1514 - Mod. Kalbldr. mit 2 RSch. 4to. 39 num. Bll., 1 nn. Bl. - Sehr schön gedruckte und illustrierte Ausgabe der zu Beginn des 16. Jhs. mehrfach herausgegebenen und verschiedentlich zusammengestellten Passion mit den hübschen Holzschnitten Urs Grafs. Erschien ursprünglich als separater Anhang zu der von Agricola hrsg. Postilla des Guillermus Parisiensis (EA Basel 1509). - Seitensteg knapp beschnitten, flieg. Vorsätze mit kl. Randläsuren. Titel mit zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk von Johannes Caspar Mentishausen. Gutes Exemplar aus der Bibl. Silvain S. Brunschwig (Auktionskat. Genf 1955, Nr. 41), mit dessen goldgepr. Leder-Exlibris im Innendeckel.VD 16, B 4708. - Index Aurel. 101.508. - Hieronymus 67a. - Nicht bei Adams, Heckethorn und im BM STC. 300 g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Postille maiores in Epistolas et Evangelia [...] una cu[m] passione Jesu christi [...]. (Herausgegeben von Daniel Agricola). 2 Teile in einem Band.

      Basel, Adam Petri de Langendorff, 1514. 4°. Mit 2 breiten Holzschn.-Titelbordüren (der erste Titel in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt), 2 (wiederh.) fast blattgr. Holzschnitten, einigen Holzschn.-Initialen sowie 176 kl. Textholzschnitten von Urs Graf. 4 nn., 352 num., 12 nn., 39 num., 1 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. auf 3 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. 2 Schließen. Eine von mehreren Baseler Ausgaben der „Postilla“ mit der „Passio Domini“ des Basler Barfüßermönchs Daniel Agricola. Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist besonders bemerkenswert wegen der zahlreichen kleinen Textholzschnitte (ca. 4 x 3 cm) des Urs Graf, von denen Hollstein einige abbildet. - Einband berieben u. etw. fleckig. Schließen erneuert. Kanten u. vorderes Innengelenk restauriert. Titel im Falz m. kl. Läsuren (tlw. etw. in die Bordüre reichend). Vorsatz-, Titel- u. das letzte Blatt m. Besitzvermerken. Mehrf. alt gestempelt. Zwei Holzschnitte alt ankoloriert. Tlw. schwach fleckig (nur der erste Titel u. die letzten Bll. etw. stärker) u. ganz vereinzelt etw. wasserrandig. - VD16, E 4386; IA 101.508; Rowlands 124-143; Hieronymus, Basler Buchillustration 67 u. 67a; Muther 1281; nicht bei Adams u. im BM STC, German Books. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Guillermus (Guilelmus) Parisiensis, Postille maiores in Epistolas et Evangelia, Agricola, Postilla, Passio Domini, Postinkunabel, Postinkunabeln

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        Liber Sextus Bonifacii VIII Titolo: Sextus Decretalium Liber...

      1514. The Profusely Illustrated 1514 Giunta Edition of the Liber Sextus Decretalium, Notable for Its Depiction of a Cleric-Magician [Canon Law]. Boniface VIII [1235-1303], Pope [Sextus Decretalium Liber a Bonifacio VIII in Concilio Lugdunensi Editus. Cum Glossematum Divisionibus que ex Novella Ioannis Andree Suis sunt Locis Passim Apposite. Interpretamentis Domini Helie & Dominici de Sancto Geminiano. Casibus Litteralibus Summulis Regulis in Ris Cesarei ac Tabulis quam Optimis. Multarum Glossarum Castigatione. Additione in Margine Litterarum quo Minusculi Characteres Lineis Intercepti Clarius Appareant. Liber Clementinarum cum Additionibus Zabarelle & Ioannis de Ymola. Extrauagantes XX d. Ioannis XXII cum Glosis. Extravagantes Communes cum Glosis. Constitutiones Concilii Florentini sub Domino Eugenio Papa IIII Super Unione Grecorum Armenorum & Iacobinorum. Bulla Iulij II de Electione Romani Pontificis...]. [Venice: Per Lucantonium de Giunta, die XX Maij, 1514]. III-CCLXXXVIII, CXX, LXIV, LXIV, XI, [1] ff. Five parts in 1 volume. Frontispiece and title page of Part 1 lacking. Over 200 text woodcuts. Woodcut table of descents. Text printed in red and black. Main text surrounded by linear gloss in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine, speckled edges. Some soiling, spine darkened slightly, corners bumped and somewhat worn, joints just starting at ends, chip to head of spine, front hinge cracked, rear hinge starting. Some toning to text, light foxing in places, early repairs, edgewear and dampstaining to margins of some leaves, margins of a few leaves have minor worming. Occasional early annotations and underlining throughout text and rear endleaves, a few passages crossed out, some annotations affected by trimming. An appealing copy of a fascinating edition. * This Giunta imprint is notable to its elegant typography and numerous woodcuts relating to the text. One of the most notable appears in Fol. CXXXVIII. It depicts a magician-cleric conjuring at a table placed in front of a group of spectators. It relates to an edict that forbids members of the clergy from practicing magic. This volume also includes the Clementines of Clement V, the Extravagantes Joannis XXII, the Extravangantes Communes of later popes and the Co

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        Prima (... Quarta) Pars Operum

      Joanne Knoblouch 1514 Folio (cm. 28,7), 4 Voll. Esemplare conforme alla collazione di Adams (G - 501) salvo nella Parte I assenti le carte A, A2, a; nella Parte II la carta A; nella Parte III la carta aa; nella Parte IV aa10 (bianca). Frontis. della quarta Parte entro ricca cornice xilografica incisa da H. Baldung Gnen. Al verso di questâ??ultimo, bellissima xilografia a piena pagina. Legature settecentesche in mz. pelle con fili, titolo e numerazione in oro impressi al dorso (carte dei piatti abrase). Tagli colorati. Tracce di tarlo ai dorsi e allâ??interno di due volumi con insignificante interessamento di alcune lettere del testo. Nel complesso, esemplare in buone condizioni di conservazione.

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        Philocolo in lingua vulgare tosca composto per el singular orator e poeta Miser Ioàni Boccatio da Certaldo nel qual soto velamento de amor se contien.tutta lhumana vita.

      (In fine, f. CI verso: colophon:) Qui finisce il Philocolo con la vita di Messer Iohanne Boccatio. Impresso in Venetia per Augustino de Zanni nel M.D.XIIII. (Venezia, 10 aprile 1514), - in-folio (mm.300x205), ff. CV, (1b.). Legatura d'amatore moderna, d'imitazione antica, in pieno cuoio, riquadro in oro ed a secco con fregi e scritte in oro sui piatti, dorso a nervi con fregi. Testo su due colonne in car. romano, numerose iniziali silogr. ornate su fondo nero (magnifica la prima, più grande, che raffigura un gufo). In fine la "Vita di. Boccatio composto (sic) per Hieronymo Squarzafico de Alexandria". Rara pregevolissima edizione, la seconda del XVI secolo, dopo le svariate edizioni del secolo precedente, di questa celebre opera che si vuole sia stato il primo lavoro del Boccaccio, scritto nel 1341. Romanzo in sette libri scritto su invito di Fiammetta ossia Maria d'Aquino, letterariamente basato sulla leggenda diffusissima di Fiorio e Biancofiore. Bell'esempl. (piccoli lavori di tarlo restaurati nel margine inferiore di pochi fogli; antica nota di possesso nella parte alta del titolo). Ediz. mancante a BMC e Adams. Bacchi della Lega 104. Censimento 2377. Graesse I, 1455. Brunet I, 1014. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Istanbul/Constantinopolis, anno 1493, Nuremberg Chronickle

      Schedel Hartmann, 1440-1514 - Constantinopolis/Istanbul, the siege of the year 1453, edited in Hartmann Schedels Nuremberg Chronickle, latin edition, published in Norimberg by Anton Koberger 1493. Size of the leaf: 39x28 cm., size of the image: 23x23 cm. For more informations please klick the below link. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Postille maiores in Epistolas et Evangelia [.] una cu[m] passione Jesu christi [.]. (Herausgegeben von Daniel Agricola). 2 Teile in einem Band.

      Basel, Adam Petri de Langendorff, 1514. - Eine von mehreren Baseler Ausgaben der „Postilla" mit der „Passio Domini" des Basler Barfüßermönchs Daniel Agricola. Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist besonders bemerkenswert wegen der zahlreichen kleinen Textholzschnitte (ca. 4 x 3 cm) des Urs Graf, von denen Hollstein einige abbildet. - Einband berieben u. etw. fleckig. Schließen erneuert. Kanten u. vorderes Innengelenk restauriert. Titel im Falz m. kl. Läsuren (tlw. etw. in die Bordüre reichend). Vorsatz-, Titel- u. das letzte Blatt m. Besitzvermerken. Mehrf. alt gestempelt. Zwei Holzschnitte alt ankoloriert. Tlw. schwach fleckig (nur der erste Titel u. die letzten Bll. etw. stärker) u. ganz vereinzelt etw. wasserrandig. - VD16, E 4386; IA 101.508; Rowlands 124-143; Hieronymus, Basler Buchillustration 67 u. 67a; Muther 1281; nicht bei Adams u. im BM STC, German Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit 2 breiten Holzschn.-Titelbordüren (der erste Titel in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt), 2 (wiederh.) fast blattgr. Holzschnitten, einigen Holzschn.-Initialen sowie 176 kl. Textholzschnitten von Urs Graf. 4 nn., 352 num., 12 nn., 39 num., 1 nn. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. auf 3 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. 2 Schließen.

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        Sammelband mit 4 Rechtsordnungen, alle in Erstausgabe.

      München bzw. Landshut, Hans Schobser bzw. J. Weißenburger, 1514-1520. Fol. Mit 2 Titelholzschnitten von Caspar Clofigl, einem gefalt. Holzschn.-Stammbaum u. 2 (1 altkolor.) Wappenholzschnitten. Blindgepr. Kalbldr-Bd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln. 1) Gerichtzordnung Im fürstnthumb Obern und Nidern Bayrn Anno 1520 aufgericht. [München, H. Schobser, 1520]. Mit einem großen Titelholzschnitt von C. Clofigl. 16 nn. (das letzte weiß), 87 num. Bll. - Erste Ausgabe. - Der prachtvolle Titelholzschnitt zeigt die bayrischen Herzöge Wilhelm und Ludwig im Kreis ihrer Berater. - 2) Reformacion der bayrischn Lanndrecht. Im fünftzehenhundert unnd Achtzehendm Jar Aufgericht. [Ebda., 1518]. Mit Titelholzschnitt von C. Clofigl u. einem gefalt. Holzschn.-Stammbaum. 36 nn. (das letzte weiß), 169 num., 1 weißes Bll. - Erste Ausgabe. - Blatt Dd7 verso endet „Bayrischn teütschs“. - 3) Dy new ercleru[n]g der landszfreyhait des loblichen haus und Furstenthumbs obern und Nidern Bairn. Anno funffzehenhundert und im Sechzehenden auf den achtundzweintzigsten tag des monats Marcy zu Ingelstat aufgericht. Landshut, J. Weißenburger, 1516. Mit einem altkolor. Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel. 18 nn. Bll. - Erste Ausgabe. - 4) Des Loblichen haus und furstenthumbs Obern und Nidern Bayren freiheyten. [Ebda.] 1514. Mit einem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel u. 2 kl. Textholzschnitten. 40 nn. Bll. - Erste Ausgabe. - Einband an den Kanten restauriert. Rücken, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert. Zeitgen. Besitzvermerk am ersten weißen Blatt. Vereinzelte hinterlegte Randläsuren. Der gefalt. Stammbaum mit durchg. restauriertem Falzriß (etw. Bildverlust). Tlw. etw. fleckig. - Die ersten drei Drucke durchg. in Rot u. Schwarz gedruckt, der letzte Druck mit alten Marginalien. Insgesamt gutes u. breitrandiges Exemplar. - Ad 1) VD16, B 989; Schottenloher, Schobser 171; Hollstein V, 195, 4. - Ad 2) VD16, B 1007; Schottenloher, Schobser 153; Fairfax Murray 50 (Pgmt.-Expl.); Dodgson II, 267, 1. - Ad 3) VD16, B 976; Schottenloher, Landshut 35. - Ad 4) VD16, B 953; Schottenloher, Landshut 14. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Bayrische Gerichtsbarkeit, Rechtsordnungen, Rechtsordnung, Landrecht, Ordnung, Ordnungen, Gerichtsordnung, Bayern, Deutschland, Recht, Juridica, Sammelband, Sammelbände

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        CHRISTOPHORUS PLANTINUS. (portrait of Christoph Plantijn)

      - Portrait of Christopher Plantin (1514-1589), publisher in Antwerp. Half-length portrait turned towards the left with compass in his hand. Signed low right: 'HGoltzius fecit'. Lines in Latin below cut off. Lettered above, described as fourth state in Hollstein: 'CHRISTOPHORUS PLANTINUS Architypographus Regius / vixit annos LXXV abijtque Antverpiae M.D.LXXXIX'. On the verso handwriting also in Greek, collector's stamp of Prince Soutzo (c. 1850) Lugt 2341. Engraving on paper trimmed within plate mark; total: 148 x 139 mm; state IV/4; evenly yellowed paper; New Hollstein 241, Strauss 175

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        Konstantinopel/Istanbul, Nuremberg Chronickle, 1493

      Schedel Hartmann, 1440-1514 - Konstantinopel, Unwetter. (Schedel) Konstantinopel. Teilansicht (ohne Titel) mit Darst. der Unwetterkatastrophe von 1490. Fauser 6813. - Leicht gebräunt bzw. fleckig, Blattmaß: 39x28 cm. Für weitere Infos bitte unteren Link anklicken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHRISTOPHORUS PLANTINUS... (portrait of Christoph Plantijn).

      Portrait of Christopher Plantin (1514-1589), publisher in Antwerp. Half length portrait turned towards the left with compass in his hand. Signed low right: 'HGoltzius fecit'. Lines in Latin below cut off. Lettered above, described as fourth state in Hollstein:'CHRISTOPHORUS PLANTINUS Architypographus Regius / vixit annos LXXV abijtque Antverpiae M.D.LXXXIX'."Engraving on paper trimmed within platemark; total: 148 x 139 mm; evenly yellowed paper; state IV/4; On the verso handwriting also in Greek, collector's stamp of Prince Soutzo (c. 1850) Lugt 2341; New Hollstein 241; Strauss 175 PP01P (Plantijn) [in black folders, E-I, by de Goltzius]"

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        Rerum gestarum per Europam ipsius praesertim temporibus. Libri VI.

      Paris, Badius Ascensius & Jean Petit 1514. - Folio. (4), 42 Bll., zahlreiche Holzschnitt - Initialen (davon 8 große: eine 14-zeilig, sieben 10-zeilig), Titelbordüre (Nr. 1 / s. Renouard Asc. I, S. 49) mit Badius-Druckermarke (Renouard, Marques typographiques 22); sie zeigt seine Druckerpresse. Pergament d. 18. Jahrhunderts (gebräunt, etwas fleckig, beide Deckel leicht aufgebogen) mit dezenter Rückenvergoldung goldgepr. Rückenschildchen. Erstausgabe. Liutprand entstammte einer langobardischen Familie, hatte seine Ausbildung am Hof von Provenza in Pavia erhalten und war Günstling von König Hugo und zunächst auch von dessen Nachfolger Berengar v. Ivrea. Später verfeindete er sich mit diesem und ging nach Deutschland an den Hof Ottos I., den er auch nach Rom im Kampf gegen Papst Johannes XII. begleitete. An der Kaiserkrönung Ottos II. 967 nahm er teil, und er gehörte zu der Delegation, die ein Jahr später als Brautwerber um Theophanu für Otto II. nach Konstantinopel reiste. Ob er 972 / 3 auch an der Gesandtschaft teilnahm, die Theophanu nach Deutschland brachte, ist indessen unsicher. Die „Rerum gestarum per Europam" gehören zu den wichtigsten Geschichtsquellen der ottonischen Kaiserzeit, v.a. deshalb, weil Liutprand viele Informationen aus erster Hand verarbeitet hat; der Schwerpunkt seiner Darstellung liegt so (trotz des Titels) auf Norditalien, Byzanz und dem deutschen Reich. Das Werk endet mit der Kaiserkrönung Ottos I. im Jahr 962. Ein besonderer Reiz des Buches liegt darin, dass Liutprand in zeittypischer Weise von einem sehr subjektiven Standpunkt aus schreibt: Er will sich an Berengar v. Ivrea rächen (deshalb bezeichnet er im Vorwort zum III. Buch sein Werk als „Antapodosis" – „Vergeltung" -, ein Begriff, der in den neueren Ausgaben als Titel verwendet wird). Wohl im Auftrag Ottos I. verfasste er dann einen Überblick über dessen Italienpolitik 960 - 964, der v.a. ein Kaiserlob wurde; die vorliegende Ausgabe enthält diesen Text als Schluss des 6. Buchs. Liutprands Bericht über die Gesandtschaftsreise nach Konstantinopel erschien im Erstdruck im Jahr 1600. Marmorierte Vorsätze und Spiegel. Vorderer Vorsatz mit handschr. Bibliotheksnummer. Durchgehend leicht gebräunt und etwas fleckig, wenige Bll. stärker betroffen. Erste Bll. im inneren Rand mit restaurierten Rissen (Satzspiegel nicht betroffen). Vereinzelte Anmerkungen von alter Hand. Breitrandiges Exemplar. Moreau II, 895; BMSTC (French Books) 285; Renouard (Ascensius) III, 9; nicht bei Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Straßburg, anno 1493, Nuremberg Chronickle, latin edition

      Schedel Hartmann, 1440-1514 - Woodcut, edited anno 1493 in Harmann Schedel, Nuremberg Chroncikle, latin edition, size: 40 x 56 and 19 x 52 cm., restored centerfold. Angeboten wird ein originaler Holzschnitt aus Hartmann Schedels berühmten Weltchronik, dem grössten Buchunternehmen der Dürerzeit. Hartmann Schedels berühmte Weltchronik von 1493, deren Inhalt biblische Themen mit Geschichtsschreibung seit der klassischen Antike bis zum Zeitgeschehen des Autors vereint, war ein Buchunternehmen der Superlative: Mit ihren über 1800 Holzschnitten ist sie das bilderreichste Werk aus der Frühzeit des Buchdrucks. Die an ihr beteiligten Persönlichkeiten repräsentieren frühhumanistisches Geistesleben in Nürnberg, der Metropole nördlich der Alpen: der Autor und Arzt Hartmann Schedel, der Maler Michael Wolgemut, der Mäzen Sebald Schreyer, der Dichter Conrad Celtis und der Drucker Anton Koberger. Ihre Entstehungsgeschichte kann dank vieler erhaltener Dokumente heute nachvollzogen werden, denn juristische Unterlagen, einige Vorzeichnungen und die vollständigen Layout-Bände, sowohl für die lateinische wie auch für die deutsche Ausgabe, sind erhalten geblieben. Der Holzschnitt von Straßburg vermittelt uns die älteste erhaltene gedruckte Ansicht der Stadt. Mittelfalz restauriert. Gedruckt auf dem vollen Doppelblatt, Blattmass: 40 x 56 cm, Bild: 19x52 cm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Decretus Gratiani Cu[m] Glossis D[omi]ni Joannis Theutonici.

      1514 - Handsome Giunta Edition of the Decretum Gratiani Illustrated with 130 Woodcuts Gratian the Canonist [c. 1090-c. 1160]. Johannes Teutonicus (or Zeneka) [d.1253], Glossator. Bartolomeo da Brescia (d.1258), Glossator. Martinus, Polonus [d. 1279], Margariti Decreti. Joannes, Diaconus Hispanus, Flos Decreti. Decretus Gratiani Cu[m] Glossis D[omi]ni Joannis Theutonici Prepositi Alberstatensis [et] Annotationibus Bartholomei Brixiensis, Divisionibus Archidiaconi, Casibus a Bene. So[m]positis per Bart. Brixi. Correctis [et] pro Clariore I[n]tellectu[m] Pluribus in Locis Extensis, Concordia ad Bibliam, Tabula Marginalium Glossularum, Omnium Canonum [et] Conciliorum, Margarita Decreti, Flosculis Totius Decreti a Domi[n]o Joanne Diacono Compositis, Additione in Margine Litterarum Quo Minusculi Characteres Lineis Intercepti Citius Legenti Apparea[n]t. [Venice: Per Lucantonium de Giunta, 1514.] [xxxviii], 652, [76] ff. Main text in parallel columns surrounded by linear gloss. Full-page woodcut (of Christ's Scourging) facing fol. 1, woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity, 130 woodcuts throughout text. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate blind tooling, intricate borders enclosing cruciform IES device to boards, diced spine with raised bands and later hand-lettered title label, clasps lacking. Some rubbing to extremities, minor worming, some chipping to head of spine, joints starting at ends, rear free endpaper replaced with a printed vellum leaf from an edition of the Aeneid. Printed in red and black throughout, woodcut Giunta device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, faint dampstaining to portions of text, foxing in a few places, light browning to a few leaves. Brief early annotations to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. Item housed in lightly rubbed cloth slipcase with small shelf label to spine. A handsome copy. * This edition is notable for its elegant typography and numerous woodcuts that illustrate points in the text. The Concordia Discordantia Canonum, or Decretum Gratiani, is the c [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        To men paron biblion, Souida. Hoi de syntaxamenoi touto, andres sophoi

      in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, mense Feb., 1514., Venice - Folio. ff. 392. a[alpha]-z[psi]8 &[omega]8 A[Alpha]-Z[Psi]8 &[Omega]8 2A[Alpha]8. quire H misbound, z2 bound upside down. Greek letter, in double column, ruled in red throughout. Woodcut Aldine device on the title-page and verso of final blank, capital spaces with guide letters, manuscript title inscription ‘Collat. ch perf. April 10 1798 M. R.’ with a note in latin concerning the misbound quire [Matthew Raine 1760-1811, headmaster of Charterhouse School], C19th pencil note on fly leaf 'afterwards Mr Heber’s', small label ‘Baron Monson’ [William, 6th Lord Monson] label on rear pastedown. Light spotting and very light soiling on first and last leaves, faint dampstain in a few fore margins, occasional light marginal spots, small repair to r3. A very, very, good copy in fine 18th-century French red morocco, (Derome?) covers bordered with a triple gilt rule, spine, with gilt ruled raised bands, double gilt ruled in compartments richly gilt with a semé of small tools around a fine gilt urn tool at centre, edges with double gilt rule, inner dentelles gilt, marbled paper endleaves, a.e.g. lower corners fractionally rubbed. A fine copy of the first Aldine edition of the Suida, a tenth century encyclopaedic lexicon which gives a wealth of references to ancient sources, some of them now lost. The author of the Suida is unknown. "Suida’ means "fortress" and was intended as an authoritative collection of historical information on secular and ecclesiastical writers and events. At some point Suida was taken to refer to the author, and thus one finds reference to "Suidas" as the author. The first edition of the Suida was printed by Bissolo and Mangio in 1499 in Milan, where they were forced to relocate after Aldus obtained the Venetian monopoly on the printing of hitherto unpublished Greek texts. This Aldine differs slightly from the first, probably being derived from a different manuscript. The lexicon is one of the most valuable documents of Greek philology, grammar, and literary history using material from the classical period; a long chain of later authors, from Eustathius of Thessalonica (c. 1192), quote from him. Suidas's lexicon is something between a grammatical dictionary and an encyclopaedia in the modern sense. It explains the source, derivation, and meaning of words according to the philology of the period, using such earlier authorities as Harpokration and Helladios. It is the articles on literary history that are particularly valuable. In these it gives details and to some extent quotations, from authors whose works are otherwise lost. It uses older scholia to the classics (Homer, Thucydides, Sophocles, etc.), and for later writers, Polybius, Josephus, the "Chronicon Paschale", George Syncellus, George Hamartolus, etc. The lexicon represents a convenient work of reference for those people who played a part in the political, ecclesiastical, and literary history of the Byzantine empire down to the tenth century. Its chief source is the encyclopedia of Constantine VII Porphyrogenitus (912-59), and for Roman history the excerpts of John of Antioch. The lexicon is arranged, not quite alphabetically. Suidas also contains much material for early church history among his biographical articles. The fine red morocco binding is similar in style to late bindings made by Derome le Jeune and his successor Derome-Bradel. The design of the compartments on the spine, and the fine tools used, also bears some similarities to bindings made by the French binder Bisiaux, who copied many of Derome’s tools, that were inherited by Bradel from Derome. "consequently, unsigned Bisiaux bindings are often erroneously attributed to Bradel as Renouard's main supplier of bindings in this style (M. Breslauer, Catalogue 110, p. 274, n. 161)" Bl Catalogue of bindings. Bisiaux, who was active 1777-1781 in Paris, bound many works for Renouard. The tools used, the quality of the morocco, and the gilding are of the highest order and the neo-classical style perfect fo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Metamorphosis dat is, die herscheppinghe oft veranderinge, beschreven int Latijn vanden vermaerden en gheleerden poeet Ouidius: En nu eerst in onsen Duytsche met veel schoone figuren verciert, elck tot sijnder historien dienende, tot profijt voor alle edele gheesten, en constenaers, als rhetoriciens, schilders, beeltsnijders, goutsmeden &c. Antwerpen, Hans de Laet, 1566.

      Contemporary vellum, ties lacking, first gathering wormholed, else a good copy. 8o: fol.: [16] 293 [4]. With a woodcut portrait of Ovid on the titlepage and many woodcut textillustrations of which several bear the monogram VS. These woodcuts are most probably made by or after the German artist Virgil Solis (1514-1562). A-Qq8. Illustrated Dutch translation of Ovid's Metamorphosis, published in Antwerp in 1566 by Hans de Laet in the Dutch translation by Joannes Florianus [= Jan Blommaerts?]. Reprint of Hans de Laet's earlier edition (1552) of this translation. The German artist Virgil Solis [Thieme/Becker 31, pp. 248-253] in 1563 made woodcuts for a German and Latin edition of Ovid, copied after the illustrations in a French edition (Lyon, Giovanni di Tornes, 1559). Probably these woodblocks were also used for the present Antwerp-edition, or the woodcuts were copied after Virgil Solis' series.B0120.

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        Praha/Prag, anno 1493, Holzschnitt, Schedelsche Weltchronik Ange

      Schedel Hartmann, 1440-1514 - Praha/Prag, anno 1493, Holzschnitt, Schedelsche Weltchronik Angeboten wird ein originaler Holzschnitt aus Hartmann Schedels berühmten Weltchronik, dem grössten Buchunternehmen der Dürerzeit. Hartmann Schedels berühmte Weltchronik von 1493, deren Inhalt biblische Themen mit Geschichtsschreibung seit der klassischen Antike bis zum Zeitgeschehen des Autors vereint, war ein Buchunternehmen der Superlative: Mit ihren über 1800 Holzschnitten ist sie das bilderreichste Werk aus der Frühzeit des Buchdrucks. Die an ihr beteiligten Persönlichkeiten repräsentieren frühhumanistisches Geistesleben in Nürnberg, der Metropole nördlich der Alpen: der Autor und Arzt Hartmann Schedel, der Maler Michael Wolgemut, der Mäzen Sebald Schreyer, der Dichter Conrad Celtis und der Drucker Anton Koberger. Ihre Entstehungsgeschichte kann dank vieler erhaltener Dokumente heute nachvollzogen werden, denn juristische Unterlagen, einige Vorzeichnungen und die vollständigen Layout-Bände, sowohl für die lateinische wie auch für die deutsche Ausgabe, sind erhalten geblieben. Prag (Praga) "Die legendären Anfänge der Stadtgeschichte, bei der nicht nur Abraham, sondern auch die "amazonischen Weiber" beteiligt waren, deuted Schedel nur an. Vor allem gibt sein Text eine sehr genaue topographische Beschreibung Prags. Die drei Teile der Stadt, Kleinseite am linken Moldauufer, Alt- und Neustadt am rechten, sind (auch im Bild) deutlich voneinander unterschieden; darüber der Berg mit königlicher Burg und dem noch unvollendeten St. Veits-Dom, der Bischofskirche. Die steinerne Karlsbrücke ist Schedel ebenso bekannt, vie die Burg Vischehrad und das "collegium der schul", also die Karls-Universität. Der Holzschnitt in der Chronik ist die erste authentische Ansicht Prags. Die gesamte geographische Situation ist richtig erfaßt" Zitat aus Elisabeth Rücker, Hartmann Schedels Weltchronik, veröffentlicht im Prestelverlag 1988. Blattmaß: 44x62 cm., breitrandig, am unteren Blattrand etwas moderfleckig Angeboten wird ein originaler Holzschnitt aus Hartmann Schedels berühmten Weltchronik, dem grössten Buchunternehmen der Dürerzeit. Hartmann Schedels berühmte Weltchronik von 1493, deren Inhalt biblische Themen mit Geschichtsschreibung seit der klassischen Antike bis zum Zeitgeschehen des Autors vereint, war ein Buchunternehmen der Superlative: Mit ihren über 1800 Holzschnitten ist sie das bilderreichste Werk aus der Frühzeit des Buchdrucks. Die an ihr beteiligten Persönlichkeiten repräsentieren frühhumanistisches Geistesleben in Nürnberg, der Metropole nördlich der Alpen: der Autor und Arzt Hartmann Schedel, der Maler Michael Wolgemut, der Mäzen Sebald Schreyer, der Dichter Conrad Celtis und der Drucker Anton Koberger. Ihre Entstehungsgeschichte kann dank vieler erhaltener Dokumente heute nachvollzogen werden, denn juristische Unterlagen, einige Vorzeichnungen und die vollständigen Layout-Bände, sowohl für die lateinische wie auch für die deutsche Ausgabe, sind erhalten geblieben. Prag (Praga) "Die legendären Anfänge der Stadtgeschichte, bei der nicht nur Abraham, sondern auch die "amazonischen Weiber" beteiligt waren, deuted Schedel nur an. Vor allem gibt sein Text eine sehr genaue topographische Beschreibung Prags. Die drei Teile der Stadt, Kleinseite am linken Moldauufer, Alt- und Neustadt am rechten, sind (auch im Bild) deutlich voneinander unterschieden; darüber der Berg mit königlicher Burg und dem noch unvollendeten St. Veits-Dom, der Bischofskirche. Die steinerne Karlsbrücke ist Schedel ebenso bekannt, vie die Burg Vischehrad und das "collegium der schul", also die Karls-Universität. Der Holzschnitt in der Chronik ist die erste authentische Ansicht Prags. Die gesamte geographische Situation ist richtig erfaßt" Zitat aus Elisabeth Rücker, Hartmann Schedels Weltchronik, veröffentlicht im Prestelverlag 1988. Blattmaß: 42x58 cm., mit den üblichen Reparaturen an der Mittelfalz. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Decretus Gratiani Cu[m] Glossis D[omi]ni Joannis Theutonici

      1514. Handsome Giunta Edition of the Decretum Gratiani Illustrated with 130 Woodcuts Gratian the Canonist [c. 1090-c. 1160]. Johannes Teutonicus (or Zeneka) [d.1253], Glossator. Bartolomeo da Brescia (d.1258), Glossator. Martinus, Polonus [d. 1279], Margariti Decreti. Joannes, Diaconus Hispanus, Flos Decreti. Decretus Gratiani Cu[m] Glossis D[omi]ni Joannis Theutonici Prepositi Alberstatensis [et] Annotationibus Bartholomei Brixiensis, Divisionibus Archidiaconi, Casibus a Bene. So[m]positis per Bart. Brixi. Correctis [et] pro Clariore I[n]tellectu[m] Pluribus in Locis Extensis, Concordia ad Bibliam, Tabula Marginalium Glossularum, Omnium Canonum [et] Conciliorum, Margarita Decreti, Flosculis Totius Decreti a Domi[n]o Joanne Diacono Compositis, Additione in Margine Litterarum Quo Minusculi Characteres Lineis Intercepti Citius Legenti Apparea[n]t. [Venice: Per Lucantonium de Giunta, 1514.] [xxxviii], 652, [76] ff. Main text in parallel columns surrounded by linear gloss. Full-page woodcut (of Christ's Scourging) facing fol. 1, woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity, 130 woodcuts throughout text. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate blind tooling, intricate borders enclosing cruciform IES device to boards, diced spine with raised bands and later hand-lettered title label, clasps lacking. Some rubbing to extremities, minor worming, some chipping to head of spine, joints starting at ends, rear free endpaper replaced with a printed vellum leaf from an edition of the Aeneid. Printed in red and black throughout, woodcut Giunta device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, faint dampstaining to portions of text, foxing in a few places, light browning to a few leaves. Brief early annotations to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. Item housed in lightly rubbed cloth slipcase with small shelf label to spine. A handsome copy. * This edition is notable for its elegant typography and numerous woodcuts that illustrate points in the text. The Concordia Discordantia Canonum, or Decretum Gratiani, is the c

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        Figura Mortis. Orig.-Holzschnitt.

      . 22 x 17 cm, 16 x 13 cm, Minimal fleckig, schönes Exemplar. Preis in CHF: 700. Originalblatt aus "Sermones Praestantissimi", gedruckt in Strassburg bei J. Grüninger, 1514. - Kristeller 144

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        Tabulae eclypsium Magistri Georgii Peurbachii. Tabula primi mobilis Joannis de Monteregio.

      [colophon: Vienna, Winterburger for Leonard and Lucas Alantsee, 1514] - Folio (313 x 215 mm), ff [67] XIX, pp 90 [2], with two astronomical woodcuts on title, 3 woodcuts in text, ornamental woodcut initials and woodcut Imperial coat-of-arms on colophon leaf; title with some marginal dustsoiling, some very faint marginal waterstains on upper outer corner in the second half of the text, otherwise an exceptionally fresh, crisp, and large copy, with some sheets preserving their deckle, in its original binding of a rubricated missal leaf, with antiphonal chants and notations, binding very worn. £14,500First editions of Peurbach's eclipse tables and tables of the first sphere by his student Regiomontanus, both edited with commentary by Georg Tannstetter. This work also includes one of the earliest histories of European astronomy.'Recognized throughout the sixteenth century as a monument of industry, the Tabulae eclipsium, completed probably in 1459, is Peurbach's most impressive work and was still used (although critically) by Tycho near the end of the sixteenth century. The tables are based entirely on the Alphonsine Tables, in that the underlying parameters are exclusively Alphonsine; but Peurbach expanded and rearranged the tables needed for every step in eclipse computation, saving the calculator much time and relieving him of a number of tedious procedures. The tables in the printed version run to fully 100 pages. Most remarkable, and evidently most laborious to compute, are the forty-eight-page double-entry tables (solar and lunar anomaly) of time between mean and true conjunction or opposition and the twelve-page triple-entry tables (solar longitude, lunar anomaly, time from noon) of the difference of lunar and solar parallax in longitude and latitude for the sixth and seventh climates (latitudes about 450 - 490) that are used to find the time and location of apparent conjunction in solar eclipses' (DSB).The Regiomontanus section contains two important works.'While still in Italy, Regiomontanus began to compute his Table of the First Movable [Sphere], or of the apparent daily rotation of the heavens. He completed this work, together with an explanation of its use, in Hungary and dedicated it to his friend King Matthias I Corvinus. He also expounded the geometrical basis of this Table. These three related items constituted an item in the list of his own writings that Regiomontanus intended to print on his own press, an intention he could not carry out. Of these three works, the first two were published in Vienna in 1514 [in the present work]' (op. cit). This work is also notable for Tannstetter's preface, which lists all the known texts, manuscript and printed, of Peurbach and is the prime bibliographical source. It also contains a listing of Viennese and German astronomers, with notes on their lives. There is a fine woodcut of an armillary sphere with the two authors seated below on the verso of aa8.There are two issues of this work, the first as above; the second, represented by only a few of the surviving copies, has a two-leaf Tabella manualis added at the end.Adams P2271; VD 16 2056; Zinner 1013

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        Tabula libri assisarum, & placitorum corone. S.T.C. 9599; Beale R48 [variant with the added explicit and four lines of Latin verse]. Folio

      First edition of one of the most important of all Year Books, and of unique value to the study of English legal history--the only early printed reports from the justices on circuit or assize, rather than before the central courts at Westminster. Early calf, rebacked, the original spine laid down, foremargins of title and seven leaves strengthened, some staining mainly marginal; the Taussig copy. Johannes Rastell, London, 1514.

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        Prima (. Quarta) Pars Operum

      Joanne Knoblouch, Argentorati 1514 - Legature settecentesche in mz. pelle con fili, titolo e numerazione in oro impressi al dorso (carte dei piatti abrase). Tagli colorati. Tracce di tarlo ai dorsi e all interno di due volumi con insignificante interessamento di alcune lettere del testo. Nel complesso, esemplare in buone condizioni di conservazione. Folio (cm. 28,7), 4 Voll. Esemplare conforme alla collazione di Adams (G-501) salvo nella Parte I assenti le carte A, A2, a; nella Parte II la carta A; nella Parte III la carta aa; nella Parte IV aa10 (bianca). Frontis. della quarta Parte entro ricca cornice xilografica incisa da H. Baldung Gnen. Al verso di quest ultimo, bellissima xilografia a piena pagina. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ludolfi Carthusiensis qui et autor fuit vite Christi: In Psalterium expositio , in qua subiecte reperiuntur materie, Jacobus Symler Durlacen[sem]. Ad lectorem.

      Parrhisijs Rembolt (Paris) 1514. 1512 printed on spine in gilt, but this book is actually from 1514, 1514. (32)+CCXXXII+(3) sheets. With some fine very old comments in margain pp. Titelpage in red and black and text often framed in fine red lines. Printers device and frame in woodcut on titelpage. Printed in two columns. Woodcut letters and capital letters general with original (yellow) colouring. Samll folio. Modern hald calf with raised bands and goldtext on spine. With exlibreis, sometimes a littel narrow cut. A beautifull copy of this important book of Jesus Christ first printed 1472.. 15062322

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        Tabula libri assisarum, & placitorum corone. S.T.C. 9599; Beale R48 [variant with the added explicit and four lines of Latin verse]. Folio

      London: Johannes Rastell, 1514. Early calf, rebacked, the original spine laid down, foremargins of title and seven leaves strengthened, some staining mainly marginal; the Taussig copy First edition of one of the most important of all Year Books, and of unique value to the study of English legal history--the only early printed reports from the justices on circuit or assize, rather than before the central courts at Westminster

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        Alexander de Imola in Prima(m) (et) Secunda(m) ff Novi Parte(m)

      1514. With Endleaves Derived from a Papal Bull Relating to the English Crown Printed by Pynson in 1498 Tartagni, Alessandro [1424-1477]. Corte, Francesco [d. 1495], Annotations. Landriano, Bernardino de. [15th/16th. c.], Annotations. [Alexander de Imola in Prima(m) (et) Secunda(m). ff. Novi Parte(m). Cum Apostillis Doctissimo(rum) Doctorum Domini Fra(n)cisci de Curte (et) Bernardini de Landriano. Et cum Aliis Innumeris Additionibus per Dominum Antonium Franciscum de Doctoribus Patavinum Noviter Editis]. [Venice: Per Baptistam de Tortis, 1514]. 49, [1], 200; 106 ff. Two parts in one volume. Main text in parallel columns with side-notes. Folio (16-1/2" x 11"). Contemporary chained binding, blind-paneled half-calf over beveled wooden boards, spine, with raised bands, carefully restored at ends, clasp buckles present, pastedowns derived from 1498 papal bull printed by Richard Pynson, described below, recent bookseller description and owner bookplate (Hans Furstenberg) to front pastedown. Main title page printed in red, text in handsome rounded Gothic type, woodcut decorated initials throughout text, large woodcut printer device at ends of text. Light toning, faint dampstaining to margins in a few places, light foxing to a few leaves, early repairs to fore-edges of the first two leaves. Some leaves have annotations, interior otherwise clean. A handsome post-incunable volume with an interesting addition. * Later edition. Tartagni, also known as Alexander de Tartagnis de Imola, was a professor of law at the University of Bologna and a leading member of the generation of jurists that followed Bartolus. Like his illustrious predecessor, he was the author of several important commentaries on the Code and books of the Digest. In Primam et Secundam. ff. Novi Partem addresses the first and second parts of the Digestum Novum (Books 39-45, Title 1). These books deal mostly with property and contracts. This copy is bound with most of a single-leaf, single-sided papal bull printed on vellum on 8 March 1498 by Richard Pynson. Issued by John Morton, Archbishop of Canterbury, it confirms the succession of Henry VII and his heirs and endorses his marriage to Elizabeth of York. The document is signed by the episcopal notary, John Barett. T

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        Magna Carta [and other ancient statutes] S T C 9267; Beale S4

      London: Richard Pynson, 1514. Early vellum, leather ties, lacking 21 leaves (but with the text of Magna Carta complete), most margins strengthened; the Lord Kenyon and Taussig copy The second official printing of Magna Carta, and the second instance in which it was printed in England, one of four printings by Richard Pynson, the Charter's first printer in England, forming the basis for the Charter's subsequent printings

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        Danorum Regum heroumque historiæ stilo elegatia Saxone Grammatico natione Sialandico necnon Roskildensis ecclesiæ præposito. abhinc supra trecentos annos conscriptæ et nunc primum literaria serie illustratæ tersissimeque impressæ. (Ed. Christiern Pedersen).

      Paris, Ascensius, 1514. Folio. Tittebl. med tekst i rødt og sort. Tittelbl. viser kongen i spissen for sin hær. Initialer. (8) + I-CXCVIII Bl. Bundet i ett tidlig 1900-talls skinnbd. med 5 opph. bind. Rødt skinn tittelfelt. Gammel skrift på tittelbl. Et rent og fint eks

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        Argonauticon Americanorum, sive historiae periculorum Petri de Victoria ac sociorum ejus. Libri XV. München, Lukas Straub für Johann Wagner 1647. Kl. 8°. 12 Bll., 480 S., 6 Bll., mit 1 gest. Titel, Holzschn.-Titelvign. u. 1 Kupferkarte, Ldr. d. Zt. mit reicher beids. Deckelverg. u. Goldschn.

      . . VD17 23:256037B - Sabin 99443 (unter Victoria) - De Backer-S. I, 1514, 8 - Leclerc 67 (2. Ausg.) - Palau 102.964 (unter Petro Gobeo) - Borba de Moraes 108.- Erste Ausgabe.- Mit dem häufig fehlenden dekorativen Frontispiz und der schönen Karte von Amerika (Burden 272).- The book is full of so many adventures that Henry Stevens described it as a geographical novel. With the small, beautiful map of America, derived from Ortelius.- "This book is not a true Latin translation of Pedro Govea de Victoria's work..., but is rather another version based on it. Bissel gives information about the Jesuit missions in America and in the Amazon" (Borba de Moraes).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, tls. leicht fleckig, Ebd. berieben (Rücken stärker).

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        De institutione oratoria

      Venice: Aldus (Aldine Press), 1514. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. 18th century acid calf neatly rebacked with the spine laid back down, a bit of wear and rubbing to boards, heavier at the edges. Lacking the first blank with a new blank tipped in place, bottom two inches of the title repaired, not touching the Aldine device, following three pages tipped back in (when the repair was made, likely when rebound). Scattered mostly light foxing, mostly early on and at the end, small hole in one margin and a small abrasion touching a few letters on f2. Marginal browning in a few spots, a few erased marginalia, old signatures to endpapers and a large bookplate to an added endpaper. A nice copy overall of the first Aldine Quintilian, set in italic throughout, reprinted in 1521. (3 of 4), 230 leaves. Toovey Q, Adams Q 52. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; Essays & Literary Criticism. Inventory No: 045232.

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        Looseleaf: Sex Discrimination & Law: History. Practice & Theory(TitleLanguage) Looseleaf: Sex Discrimination & Law: History, Practice & Theory

      Aspen. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pages: 1514 Language: English Publisher: Aspen Sex Discrimination and the Law:. History. Practice. and Theory. Second Edition. provides coverage o feminist litigationlegislation and feminist legal theory so students can fully understand gender law issues The book begins with a chapter on constitutional history and doctrine and moves to employment discrimination. reproduction. family law. rape. pornography. and prostitution To place issues in context. each chapter interweaves:. the ... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Life of St. Benedict

      Paris: Jehan Petit. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1514. Vellum. Latin Text. Bound in Vellum with contemporary gilt lettering along the spine, decorative design along the edges of the book and on the front edge there is evidence of gilt highlights. There are a few hand colored illuminations and, what appears to be, a pastedown illustration, there is some underlining and marginal notations. There is some evidence of a dampstain and some tape repair, bookworm damage and some tears internally. Binding is tight and the book is contained within a custom traycase that is also titled. Bookplate of HWM on the back of the front board. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .

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        Institutiones oratoriae).

      Venice, in Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, August 1514. - Sm.-4to. (4) lvs. (last blank), 230 lvs. Repeated Aldus' - device on title and last leaf verso. 18th century leather (edges, joints and leather defects on rear board restored, some soiling). First Aldus-edition. Title and 3 lvs. with restored marginal paper defects (not touching text / woodcut), 1st gathering c. 1 mm shorter trommed than the other ones (possibly from an other copy of that edition), 1 leaf reinforced at joint. Title, first and last lvs. finger-stained, in places light water-marking (to lvs. 120-124 more intensively). A few old marginalia. Renouard 113,6; Cat. Laurenziana 126; Schweiger II, 842; BMSTC (Italian Books) 546; Adams Q 52. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Erclerung und Entscheidt und entlicher Vertrag in den Irrungen so sich zwischen Dechant Capittelen der vier Stiefft und gemeiner Pfaffheit zu Spier und Burgermeisteren Rathe und Gemeinde daselbst etlicher vertrege Spruch und anders auch dero ungleiches verstants halber gehalten mit Beydertheyl guten wissen und willen. Dienstags nach Sant Lucien tag. Im Funfftzehenhundersten und vierzehenden jare offgerichtet. Aber Thome Apostoli eroffenet publicirt und geschworen worden

      . Ohne Verlag, wohl bei Peter Drach, Speyer, 1514 mit Nachträgen aus 1526 und 1567. 71, 4, 3 Seiten mit je einer zwischengebundenen Blankoseite, original Halbpergament mit pergamentbezogenen Ecken, Quart (berieben/Einband mit Bezugsfehlstellen/einige wenige Magnalien der Zeit/gering fleckig). - 1. Nachtrag: "Pfalzgraue Ludwigs Vertrag zwischen der Pfaffheit unnd Stadt Speyer", 4 Seiten / 2. Nachtrag: "3 Blatt. Erste Ausgabe - wichtiges Dokument zur Stadtgeschichte Speyers - 626

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        Inscriptiones sacrosanctae vetustatis non illae quidem Romanae, sed totius fere orbis . . .Ingolstadt, Petrus Apianus, 1534. Folio (31×22 cm). Title-page with a large woodcut (15×16 cm) by H. Brosamer after Albrecht Dürer, Apianus's woodcut device above the colophon, woodcut coat of arms of Raimund Fugger (who helped finance the publication), and numerous woodcut illustrations by Brosamer, M. Ostendorfer, G.A. Benewitz and others, most showing sculptural elements from tombs, most pages in woodcut borders, usually assembled from 4 blocks each. 19th-century red half calf, gold- and blind-tooled spine.

      Adams A-1291; USTC 666636; VD 16, A 3086. 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.

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        DE LAUDIBUS WESTPHALIE seu antique saxonie opus jamdiu ab omnibus desideratum et ante aliquot annos nobilissimis VestphaliÒe principibus ab auctore ipso... dedicatum, jam vero in proeconium... Erici, Monasteriensis ecclesiae episcopi, politioribus

      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 Anglo - Saxons. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Parochiale Curatorum

      Basel, Michael Furter 1514.. 4°. (4) Bll., 124 röm pag. Bll. Mit Titelumrahmung und Titelholzschnitt. Angeb.: (HEROLT, Johannes): Discipulus de eruditione christifidelium compendiosus Hagenau, H. Gran für J. Rynmann in Augsburg 1521. 4°. 164 Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln etwas flecking, leicht berieben) mit handgeschr. Rückentitel und 2 Schließen (eine davon unvollständig erhalten). Zwei seltene Postinkunabeln. Zwei Handbücher in einem Band: Lochmaier hat das erste Handbuch für Pfarrer zusammengestellt, in dem diese alle Regelungen fanden, die für sie von Belang waren. J. Herolt bietet Anleitungen und Hintergrundwissen zur Erstellung von Predigten. Der gut erhaltene Einband zeigt auf beiden Seiten die gleiche Aufteilung hinsichtlich der Blindpressung: auf einen äußeren Rahmen mit einem Palmettenfries folgt ein weiterer mit einer Figurenrolle: Spes, Fides, Caritas und Patientia, jeweils als Ganzfiguren. Innen schließt sich ein rechteckiges Feld, das wieder mit Palmettenfriesen besetzt ist, an. Eine sichere Zuschreibung des Einbandes ist uns nicht möglich; in der EBDB ist unter der Nummer r001664eine Rolle mit ziemlich den Maßen wie auf unserem Einband, mit Ganzkörperfiguren "Spes", "Fides", "Patientia" und "Caritas". Weil die Rolle schmal ist (12 mm), sind zwei Bezeichnungen unter den Figuren abgekürzt: "carit" und "pacin". V.a. letztere ist insofern signifikant, weil sie das Wort "patientia" leicht verunstaltet, und exakt die Form haben wir sonst nirgendwo gefunden. Allerdings muss einschränkend gesagt werden, dass die Durchreibungen in der EBDB sehr undeutlich sind, es ist aber nicht auszuschließen, dass es sich um die gleichen Figuren handelt wie auf unserem Einband. Die EBDB weist sie dem Binder "A.E." zu, also Adam Endler aus Nürnberg (w003134). Diesem Binder wird auch eine Palmettenfries-Rolle zugeschrieben (r004029), die die auf unserem Einband sein könnte. Also spricht einiges dafür, dass es sich um eine Arbeit von Adam Endler handelt. Vorderer Spiegel mit neuerem Besitzereintrag, vorderer Vorsatz mit Registriernummer. Auf erstem Titel recto drei Besitzereinträge: u.a. das Prämonstratenserkloster in Roth und das Kloster Wiblingen bei Ulm; dieser erste Titel in Rot gedruckt. Beide Texte durchgehend leicht gebräunt, die Schlusslagen etwas stärker. Ein schönes Exemplar im originalen Zustand. I: VD 16 L 2231; Adams L1392; BMSTC (German Books) 522. II: VD 16 H 2568; nicht bei Adams und nicht im BMSTC (German Books)..

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        DE LAUDIBUS WESTPHALIE seu antique saxonie opus jamdiu ab omnibus desideratum et ante aliquot annos nobilissimis VestphaliÒe principibus ab auctore ipso... dedicatum, jam vero in proeconium... Erici, Monasteriensis ecclesiae episcopi, politioribus

      Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana, 1514.. 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 Anglo-Saxons. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        (Decretalium copiosum argumentum. Divisiones glosarum ex Iohannis andree novella diligenter deprompte: hic diligenter annotantur. Tabula Ludovici bolognini de bononia notabiles questiones secundum rubricas decretalium decidit. Summaria Panormitani hic ubique supra textum maioris gratia conformitatis reperiuntur).

      Paris, Berthold Rembolt 1514.. 8 (von 10) unnum. Bll., CCCCXXIII Bll., 4 unum. Bll, XVII Bll., 2 unnum. Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdecken, Decken neuzeitlich sauber mit Leinen bezogen. 38 x 29 cm.. Moreau II Nr. 804; USTC 181469. - Die 1230-34 entstandenen, erstmals um 1470 in Straßburg erschienene Sammlung der Dekretalen Papst Gregors IX., auch als Codex Gregorianus oder Liber extra bekannt. Kompilator war der katalanische Dominikaner Raimund von Penafort. Neben dem Decretum Gratiani gilt das Werk als die bis dahin bedeutendste Sammlung päpstlicher Dekretalen. - Attraktiver zweispaltiger Druck in rot und schwarz, mit zahlr. figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Zum Schluss die Tabula Bologni und Margarita Decretalium. Die beiden letzten Blätter mit einer Biographie des Papstes. - Es fehlt das Titelblatt und das letzte Blatt vor dem eigentlichen Text. Sonst insgesamt in sehr sauberer und erfreulicher Erhaltung!

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