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2019-02-03 04:44:05
CEI FRANCESCO : SONECTI CAPITULI Lied 1514 GIUNTA Florenz seltene Giuntina Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Francesco Cei Sonecti, Sextine, Strambocti, Capituli et Verbindungen... In Laude di bewege SONECTI CAPITVLI kann _ SEXTINE Bereichen Zimmer ET STRAMBOCTI COM Orte PERLO ECEL EWIG FRAN CESCHO CEI CIPTA DINO FIORENTINO In LAVDE von BEWEGE. IN FLORENZ Von Philippo di Giunta 1514 Dritte Auflage, selten und sehr begehrt, die Verse des cei Clizia gewidmet, poetische Senhal für Cassandra Dante Bartolini Salimbeni, die erste Ausgabe der Oper (1501) heiratete Carlo di Leonardo Ginori. Der Autor war ein erbitterter Gegner der Savonarola und Kritikfähigkeit gegenüber den Mönch auch sickert aus seinen reimen in einem solchen Ausmaß, dass er nach Rom in 1501, wo verbannt wurde, Er starb vermutlich, vier Jahre später. Volume in 8 ° , 16 x 10 cm. , 19. Jahrhundert verbindlich in halbleder mit Dekorationen und Titel in Gold auf der Rückseite Schönes Deckblatt mit schönen Rahmen und Holz graviert auf der letzten Karte, cc typografische Marke. [5] [1], 58 gutes frisches Exemplar mit einigen leichten Bloom und Mängel an den letzten 3 Karten präsentieren klein Löcher mit minimalen Text und Marke Tipp. (die Fotos sind Bestandteil der Beschreibung und zeigen manchmal nicht beschriebenen Fehler, einige minimale Mängel beurteilt vernachlässigen können weggelassen werden, in der Beschreibung) ichNFO Per JEDER Zweifel oder Informationen bitte SCHREIBEN SIE UNS, die KONTAKTIEREN SIE UNS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, RM, IT]
2019-02-02 07:21:35
Astronomie - Kunst von pontiano 1514 URANIA STELLIS METEORORUM, POSTINCUNABOLO Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Quae in Hoc enchyridio Contineantvr. Ioannis Iouiani Pontani Vrana Seu de stellis Libri quinque Meteororum Liber unus De Hortis Hesperidum Libri duo EI USD Em Pompae Septem... Meliseus, Maeon, Acon, Carmina Pastoralia. Am unteren Rand Uero Index est Eorum, Quae in Toto Habeantur Werke [ex Officina Philippi de Garcia Florentini Sumptib Suis, (Florentiae, 1514 Männer. Iunio)] Postincunabolo, Vertrag für Astronomie der frühen sechzehnten Jahrhundert, wunderschön dekoriert mit feinen Initialen ein Buchdruck in fein graviert, nummerierten Text in Zeitungen. Komplett mit Index. "Giovanni Pontano (1429 - 1503 Cerreto di Spoleto), war ein italienischer Humanist und Politiker. Auch bekannt als Jupiter, Es war der höchste Repräsentant des Humanismus napoletano im fünfzehnten Jahrhundert und der Accademia Pontaniana." (Wikipedia) 1 Vol. in-8 °, mm. 150 x 100, cc. 184-[5]. Binden Post. in voller Pergament. Vergoldete Titel auf farbigen Zwickel an der Rückwand. Typografische Marke Geldbuße. Richtung, schneidet gleitet und Anfangsbuchstaben, die gravierte n.t. marmoriert. in sehr gutem Zustand, einige Löcher Holzwurm mit minimalem Verlust wenig Text, Spuren der Zeit. (die Fotos sind Bestandteil der Beschreibung und zeigen manchmal nicht beschriebenen Fehler, einige minimale Mängel beurteilt vernachlässigen können weggelassen werden, in der Beschreibung) ichNFO Per JEDER Zweifel oder … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2019-02-01 11:10:44
Ibn Rushd (Averroes) / Abd al-Malik ibn Abi al-‘Ala' Ibn Zuhr (Avenzoar).
[Venice, Gregorius de Gregoriis], 20 Sept. 1514. Folio (213 x 310 mm). (1), 108 pp. Contemporary carta rustica binding. The "al-Taysir" ("Theysir") of Ibn Zuhr, and the "al-Kulliyyat" ("Colliget") of Ibn Rushd, here edited by Hieronymus Surianus. This is the fourth edition in all, the first having appeared in Venice in 1490. Printed by the press of Gregorius de Gregoriis, which in the same year had produced the first book entirely printed in Arabic, the famous Fano Book of Hours. - The "Taysir" and the "Kulliyyat" were composed as complements to a comprehensive medical work on the anatomy of organs, health, disease, clinical symptoms, drugs and food, hygiene and therapeutics. Ibn Rushd, not himself a practicing physician, wrote on the generalities of medicine and invited Ibn Zuhr, one of the pre-eminent clinicians and medical therapists of Moorish Spain, to write on the particulars. The resulting book was Ibn Zuhr's most important work, and it was highly influential in the West until the Renaissance. - "Although a true follower of Hippocrates and Galen, [Ibn Zuhr] developed numerous original ideas through his medical experimentation and observation. [He] wrote on the therapeutic value of good diets and on antidotes against poisons, and cautioned against deliberate uses of purgatives in treating the sick, who needed curing medications, not 'poisons' [.] He also recommended tracheotomy" (DSB XIV, 637f.). - Provenance: Hand-drawn armorial shield, "Maureni" (?), Verona, 1656. A clean, appealing copy with insignificant worm damage to binding, affecting the margin of the first tw … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-01 06:34:07
PLAUTUS Titus Maccius
Title within partially coloured architectural woodcut border (Pettas No.2), woodcut initials throughout, printer's device on verso of final leaf. Roman and Italic type. 8vo (165 x 110mm). [8], 368ff. Vellum over pasteboard, spine with calf label, gilt-lettered title (vellum a little stained). Florence, ex officina Philippi de Giunta, August,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-02-01 06:33:45
PLAUTUS Titus Maccius
1514. Title within partially coloured architectural woodcut border (Pettas No.2), woodcut initials throughout, printer's device on verso of final leaf. Roman and Italic type. 8vo (165 x 110mm). [8], 368ff. Vellum over pasteboard, spine with calf label, gilt-lettered title (vellum a little stained). Florence, ex officina Philippi de Giunta, August, First Giunta edition of the comedies of Roman dramatist Plautus (c.254-184 BC), edited by philologist Niccolo Angeli, and dedicated to Lorenzo de? Medici. This was said to have provided the basis of the later Aldine edition (1522) edited by Torresani, as well as two versions by Robert Estienne (1529 & 1530). The discovery of several texts of Plautus in the early fifteenth century prompted the publication of numerous editions of his plays over the course of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and editors, commentators, directors and actors edited and amended as they saw fit. Angeli made sympathetic edits to the text, adding several prologues and the beginning of the first act of the Bacchides using manuscripts that had not previously been consulted. Provenance: Bibliographic notes and Italian ownership note (inked over) on front paste-down. Sparse annotation throughout in Greek and Latin (some washed), heaviest in Capteivei, ff.h1-k3, in neat hand. Latin benediction inscribed on rear paste-down. Leaves closely trimmed at head, touching woodcut border of title page. Repair to lower blank margin of a5, not touching text. Age-yellowing and general staining throughout. BMSTC (Italian), 524. Adams, P1484. Pettas, no.65. Brunet IV, 708 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-31 20:36:35
Lucas Antonius de Giunta Florentinus impressit, Venetia, 1514. Testo latino. Cm.21,6x15,6. Carte [38], CCCCCCLII (con numerazione solo al recto), [76]. Coperta moderna in cartone rigido grezzo. Marca giuntina impressa in rosso al frontespizio, ove compaiono alcune antiche notazioni di proprietà cancellate ad inchiostro. Al margini del giglio il motto "Soli Deo honor, & gloria". Testo impresso in rosso e nero su due colonne. Tracce di vecchi aloni e bruniture alla parte inferiore del volume. Restauri cartacei al margine esterno delle ultime sette carte, con minima perdita di testo al recto dell'ultima pagina. La carta *I è bianca, con lieve strappo. Numerose vignette silografiche nel testo. Prima edizione giuntina del celebre "Corpus iuris canonici", principale testo di diritto canonico del tempo, compilato nel XII secolo dal monaco Gratianus, probabilmente originario di Chiusi o di Ficulle. La presente edizione è curata dall'umanista riformista alsaziano Beatus Rhenanus (Schlettstadt, 1485 ? 1547), conosciuto anche come Beatus Bild, "Decretum Gratiani" è nominata la prima raccolta di diritto canonico, compilata tra il 1140 e il 1142 dal monaco camaldolese Graziano, che riunì le decisioni dei concili in materia giuridica separandole dalla teologia. L?opera, il cui titolo ufficiale è "Concordia discordantium canonum", è divisa in tre parti. Dopo di esso seguitò a manifestarsi un?intensa fioritura di norme canoniche, sia per gli importanti concili ecumenici allora celebrati (il Lateranense III del 1179, il Lateranense IV del 1215), sia per l?attività spiegata in questo campo d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2019-01-31 16:50:32
CEI FRANCESCO : SONECTI CAPITULI CHANSON 1514 GIUNTA FLORENCE Rare Giuntina Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Francesco Cei Sonecti, sextine, strambocti, capitulantes et composés... Dans laude di Cléone SONECTI CAPITVLI _ CAN SEXTINE zones chambres ET STRAMBOCTI COM ENDROITS PERLO ECEL Pour toujours FRAN CESCHO CEI CIPTA DINO FIORENTINO Dans LAVDE de CLÉONE. À FLORENCE Par Philippo di Giunta 1514 Troisième édition, rare et très recherchée, les versets du cei dédié à Clizia, Shal poétique pour Cassandra Dante Bartolini Salimbeni qui la première édition de l'opéra (1501) était mariée à Leonardo di Carlo Ginori. L'auteur était un farouche adversaire de Savonarole et d'esprit critique envers le moine aussi suinte de ses rimes, à tel point qu'il fut exilé à Rome en 1501 où, probablement, il mourut quatre ans plus tard. Volume in-8 ° , 16 x 10 cm. , reliure en demi cuir avec décorations et titres en or sur le dos, XIXe siècle Page de garde agréable avec beau cadre et bois gravé sur la dernière carte, cc marque typographique. [5] 58 [1], bon spécimen frais avec certains floraison légère et les vices sur les 3 dernières cartes présentant petit trous avec le bout de texte et marque un minimum. (les photographies font partie intégrante de la description et peuvent montrer parfois fautes non décrits ; quelques défauts minimes jugés négligeables peuvent être omises dans la description) MOINFO Pil TOUT Doute ou informations s'il vous plaît NOUS ÉCRIRE, le COMMUNIQUER AVEC NOUS À CE QUI SUIT numer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, RM, IT]
2019-01-31 14:38:02
Melanchthon, Philipp
Stuttgart: Frommann-Holzboog, Bd. 1-12. Regesten 1-8 (1-9301/1514-1560) - Addenda + Orte A-Z + Personen A-K. (alles, was erschienen ist). 1977-2005. ca. 5000 S., Ln. (2-3/gutes Bibl.Ex. mit den üblichen Stempeln und Signaturschildern/ fest gebunden) Versand D: 1,50 EUR REFORMATION / REFORMATIONSZEIT MELANCHTHON, PHILIPP
Bookseller: Roland Antiquariat UG (haftungsbeschränkt) [Germany]
2019-01-31 12:30:42
Albertus Magnus
Wien, Hieronymus Vietor & Johannes Singriener für Leonhard & Lukas Alantsee, 1514. (104) SS. Mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und ganzseitigem Wappenholzschnitt Maximilians I. am letzten Bl. verso. Papierrücken. 4to. Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe dieser allgemeinen Erdbeschreibung, in der Albertus die Anfänge der naturwissenschaftlichen Geographie als selbständige Disziplin markiert und erstmals den Versuch einer vergleichenden Erdkunde unternimmt. Herausgegeben durch den bayerischen und überwiegend in Wien tätigen Mathematiker, Astronomen und Astrologen Georg Tannstetter. Zugleich ein frühes Americanum: Erwähnung von Vespuccis Reisen auf Bl. d4r. "Interesting to the American collector on account of a marginal note relating to Vespuccius, which seems to have been inserted with movable type, on the recto of the last leaf in signature d, after the book had been printed" (Sabin). Auch der zeitgenössische Besitzer hat den Namen durch eine eigene Marginalie "Vespucius" hervorgehoben. Außerdem behandelt wird der Mittlere Osten mit dem "sinus Persicus" und "sinus Arabicus" (Bl. l4r). Am Schluß gibt Tannstetter eine kurze Aufstellung der bisher ungedruckten Werke von Albertus, hier mit der zeitgenössischen handschriftlichen Ergänzung "De vegetabilis et plantis" (wie auch das Exemplar bei Denis sowie das in der BSB). - Bindung zu Beginn etwas gelockert; kl. Hinterlegung am oberen Rand des Titels (r/v). Mehrere Marginalien der Zeit. Stellenweise schwach fingerfleckig; im ganzen sauber und sehr hübsch erhalten. - VD 16, A 1345. IA 102.526. Alden/L. 514/1. Sabin 671. JCB I, 58. Harris … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2019-01-29 20:06:05
Albertus Magnus:
(Am Ende:) Wien, H. Vietor und J. Singriener für L. & L. Alantsee, 1514. 52 nn. Bll. mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und einem ganzseit. Wappenholzschnitt Kaiser Maximilians I. (auf dem letzten Bl.). Erste Ausgabe von dem Wiener Mathematiker und Astronomen Georg Tannstetter, gen. Collimitius (1482 - 1535), herausgegeben, selten. - VD16, A 1345. Sabin: 671: "Interesting to the American collector an account of marginal note relating to Vespuccius, which seems to have insert with moveable type, on the recto of the last leaf in signature e [hier d], after the book had been printed". - "The printed editions of De Natura Locorum are particularly interesting in that they include a contemporary reference to Amerigo Vespucci and his voyages. Where Albertus wrote that the Southern hemisphere is habitable, the sixteenth century editor added: `Behold he concludes that it is habitable at 50º beyond the equator, as Vespucci has discovered and described by his voyages in previous years`." (library udel edu). - Für die Geschichte und Entwicklung der Geographie überaus bedeutende Schrift, vermutlich zwischen 1270 und 1280 in Köln entstanden. "Albert markiert darin die Anfänge der naturwissenschaftlichen Geographie als einer selbständigen Disziplin, die über die rein beschreibende Länderkunde durch enge Verbindungen mit Physik, Astronomie, Mathematik, Biologie und Geologie hinausgeht. Die Interferenzen, insbesondere zwischen Geographie einerseits und Biologie, Geologie sowie Physik andererseits, haben bei den arabischen Autoren schon Vorläufer, wenn auch direkte Verbindungen zu Europa derzeit k … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2019-01-29 19:22:08
ASTRONOMIE - œuvres par PONTIANO 1514 URANIA STELLIS METEORORUM, POSTINCUNABOLO Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Quae in hoc enchyridio contineantvr. Ioannis Iouiani Pontani Vrana seu de stellis Libri quinque Meteororum Liber unus De hortis hesperidum Libri duo L'AE USD em pompae septem... Meliseus, Maeon, Acon, carmina pastoralia. Au bas d'uero index est eorum, quae in Toto habeantur travaux [ex officina Philippes de Garcia florentini sumptib suis, (Florentiae, hommes de 1514. Iunio)] Postincunabolo, traité d'astronomie du début du seizième siècle, joliment décoré avec des fines lettrines une typographie gravée en beaux, numérotés de texte dans les documents. Compléter avec l'index. « Giovanni Pontano (1429-1503 Cerreto di Spoleto), a été un homme et un humaniste italien. Également connu sous le nom de jovien, C'était le plus haut représentant de l'humanisme napoletano du XVe siècle et l'Accademia Pontaniana. » (Wikipedia) 1 vol. in-8 °, mm. 150 x 100, cc. 184-[5]. Lier le post. en plein vélin. Titres dorés sur gousset couleur à la paroi arrière. Marque typographique en amende. Rubrique, glisse et lettres initiales gravées n.t. marbré coupe. en excellent état, quelques trous de Woodworm avec une perte minimale texte minimal, traces du temps. (les photographies font partie intégrante de la description et peuvent montrer parfois fautes non décrits ; quelques défauts minimes jugés négligeables peuvent être omises dans la description) MOINFO Pil TOUT Doute ou informations s'il vous plaît NOUS ÉCR … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2019-01-29 00:29:47
PLINE
PARIS: 1514. Caii Plynii secundi Vernonensis, Naturalis Hystoriae Libri xxxvij : diligenti admodum labore: peruigiliq[ue] cura Nuper, necantea in alma Parrhisiorum academia emendatiores Impressi, atq[ue] recogniti. 1 vol. in-folio. ( 28 cm x 20 cm ). Reliure en basane brune claire, dos à 5 nerfs orné, titre doré sur une pièce de veau brun clair, date dorée au caisson inférieur, tranches mouchetées bleu et blanc. (Reliure du XVII ème siècle). Collation : [20], CCLXII ff. Collationné : Complet. Provenance : Signature probablement de l'époque à l'encre de :" Nycolaus Boust ". Voir photo. Edition donnée par Nicolas Maillard avec les Commentaires du grand Humaniste d'Ermolao Barbaro. Particularité typographique : Notre exemplaire est du tirage A qui se distingue du tirage B selon ICCU, par le fait que dans le tirage B, sur la page de frontispice figure la marque et l'inscription de Johan Petit, ce qui n'est pas le cas dans notre exemplaire. Notre exemplaire comporte au contraire la marque de Gilles de Gourmont avec sa célèbre devise : " Tost ou tard pres ou loing a le fort du feible besoing " Résumé de l'Ouvrage : Des ouvrages de Pline, un seul est arrivé jusqu'à nous, L'Histoire naturelle. L'auteur commence par exposer des notions sur le monde, la Terre, le Soleil, les planètes, et les propriétés remarquables des éléments. De là il passe à la description géographique des parties de la Terre connues des anciens. Après la géographie vient ce que nous appellerions l'histoire naturelle, à savoir l'histoire des animaux terrestres, des Poissons, des Insectes et des Oiseaux. La partie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: laetiluc [Paris, FR]
2019-01-17 00:38:15
PLINE
PARIS: 1514. Caii Plynii secundi Vernonensis, Naturalis Hystoriae Libri xxxvij : diligenti admodum labore: peruigiliq[ue] cura Nuper, necantea in alma Parrhisiorum academia emendatiores Impressi, atq[ue] recogniti. 1 vol. in-folio. ( 28 cm x 20 cm ). Reliure en basane brune claire, dos à 5 nerfs orné, titre doré sur une pièce de veau brun clair, date dorée au caisson inférieur, tranches mouchetées bleu et blanc. (Reliure du XVII ème siècle). Collation : [20], CCLXII ff. Collationné : Complet. Provenance : Signature probablement de l'époque à l'encre de :" Nycolaus Boust ". Voir photo. Edition donnée par Nicolas Maillard avec les Commentaires du grand Humaniste d'Ermolao Barbaro. Particularité typographique : Notre exemplaire est du tirage A qui se distingue du tirage B selon ICCU, par le fait que dans le tirage B, sur la page de frontispice figure la marque et l'inscription de Johan Petit, ce qui n'est pas le cas dans notre exemplaire. Notre exemplaire comporte au contraire la marque de Gilles de Gourmont avec sa célèbre devise : " Tost ou tard pres ou loing a le fort du feible besoing " Résumé de l'Ouvrage : Des ouvrages de Pline, un seul est arrivé jusqu'à nous, L'Histoire naturelle. L'auteur commence par exposer des notions sur le monde, la Terre, le Soleil, les planètes, et les propriétés remarquables des éléments. De là il passe à la description géographique des parties de la Terre connues des anciens. Après la géographie vient ce que nous appellerions l'histoire naturelle, à savoir l'histoire des animaux terrestres, des Poissons, des Insectes et des Oiseaux. La partie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: laetiluc [Paris, FR]
2019-01-05 08:34:38
Johannes Gallus (Jean Le Coq)
Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1514. In-4, relié basane marron, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 17ème S.) 6 feuillets non chiffrés, et XCIIII feuillets numérotés en romain (les deux derniers feuillets massicotés très ras : titre courant et foliotage coupés). Ex-libris manuscrits de Stephanus Imbertus au titre et au colophon. Marque de l imprimeur Galliot du Pré in fine « La Vogue Gallée »« (...) Jean Le Coq (...) naît probablement à Paris avant 1350, reçoit une solide formation juridique ; en 1373, il est avocat en parlement et conseiller au Châtelet. Mais cette fonction de conseiller n'est qu'un épisode dans sa vie et, en réalité, il est essentiellement un avocat, un des plus grands de la fin du XIVe siècle ». (...) « Son uvre également occupe une place de premier plan dans la littérature juridique de ce temps. Elle consiste en des notes d'audiences, coulées dans le moule traditionnel des Questiones, mais bien plutôt apparentées aux recueils de notables et plus encore aux Year Books anglais ; ces notes ont un caractère concret, pratique, elles constituent, en somme, un recueil des principaux arrêts et c'est cela qui est neuf. » [ Lemarignier Jean-François. Marguerite Boulet. Questiones Johannis Galli. Paris, 1944. (Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome, fasc. 155.). In: Bibliothèque de l'école des chartes. 1946, tome 106,
Bookseller: Arcala Livres Anciens [France, Clermont-Ferrand]
2019-01-05 08:34:38
Johannes Gallus (Jean Le Coq)
Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1514. In-4, relié basane marron, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 17ème S.) 6 feuillets non chiffrés, et XCIIII feuillets numérotés en romain (les deux derniers feuillets massicotés très ras : titre courant et foliotage coupés). Ex-libris manuscrits de Stephanus Imbertus au titre et au colophon. Marque de l’imprimeur Galliot du Pré in fine « La Vogue Gallée » « ( ) Jean Le Coq ( ) naît probablement à Paris avant 1350, reçoit une solide formation juridique ; en 1373, il est avocat en parlement et conseiller au Châtelet. Mais cette fonction de conseiller n'est qu'un épisode dans sa vie et, en réalité, il est essentiellement un avocat, un des plus grands de la fin du XIVe siècle ». ( ) « Son œuvre également occupe une place de premier plan dans la littérature juridique de ce temps. Elle consiste en des notes d'audiences, coulées dans le moule traditionnel des Questiones, mais bien plutôt apparentées aux recueils de notables et plus encore aux Year Books anglais ; ces notes ont un caractère concret, pratique, elles constituent, en somme, un recueil des principaux arrêts et c'est cela qui est neuf. » [ Lemarignier Jean-François. Marguerite Boulet. Questiones Johannis Galli. Paris, 1944. (Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d'Athènes et de Rome, fasc. 155.). In: Bibliothèque de l'école des chartes. 1946, tome 106, [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ARCALA LIVRES ANCIENS [CLERMONT FERRAND, France]
2018-12-21 07:38:16
ANCHARANUS PETRUS, DECIUS PHILIPPUS, DE BUTRIO ANTONIUS, DA IMOLA GIOVANNI
[Parigi], venales exponuntur sub Lilio aureo vici divi Iacobi [Jean Petit] - al colophon: Johannes Barbier impressor parisiacus xiiiii Octobris 1514. Cm. 16, cc. cclxxxii (20). Legatura antica in piena pergamena molle con titoli in oro su tassello rosso. Ottimo esemplare caratterizzato da una freschezza delle carte del tutto inusuale. Straordinaria edizione realizzata a Parigi dal celebre stampatore Jean Petit. L'opera contiene, elencate al frontespizio, dieci repetitiones sulle Decretali di Gregorio IX dei seguenti autori di diritto comune: Pietro d'Ancarano, Filippo Decio, Antonio da Budrio, Vitalis Neumasensis, Giovanni da Imola, Albertus De Ferrariis e Gerardus Theutonicus (De constitutionibus, De iudiciis, De foro competenti, De probationibus, De praescriptionibus, De testamentis, De cohabi. cle. et muli., De horis canonici dicendi, De assiduitate orandi). La Tabula Alphabetica (datata 1507) è a cura del canonista Jean Chappuis, attivo a cavallo tra XV e XVI secolo. Alcune bibliografie menzionano il 1507 come anno di stampa. Cfr. Renouard, Imprimeurs et libraires parisiens, tom. V, nr. 29 (edizione 1991); Gellert, Catalogue de livres de la bibliotheque, ed. 1851, nr. 181; Iccu (che censisce un solo esemplare conservato presso la Biblioteca Nazionale di Roma) menziona invece 1514. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2018-12-13 03:16:14
n/a
Istanbul, 1514. Istanbul. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Perush haTora Ibn Ezra, 1514, Istanbul. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000106361 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1514.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2018-12-12 00:56:57
QUINTILIEN.
Venetiis In aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri 1514 1Venetiis, In aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri, 1514. In-8 de (4) ff. dont 1 f.bl., 230 ff. (signatures *4, a-z, A-E8, F6) veau fauve, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches dorées, nom de l'auteur en lettres capitales ciselées sur la gouttière, non rogné (relié vers 1800). Première édition aldine de l'Institution oratoire avec la lettre-préface d'Alde Manuce (1450-1515) au verso du titre. Colophon : Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri mense augusto MDXIIII. Marque à l'ancre au dauphin au titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Ex-libris manuscrit "F. Boissier" et notes de la même main sur le premier contreplat et sur le titre. Galerie de ver marginale sans atteinte au texte sur les vingt premiers feuillets. Bel exemplaire à grandes marges. Brunet IV, 1024 ; Adams Q-52 ; ; Renouard, Alde, p 68 n°5 ; Ahmanson Murphy, 124.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2018-12-01 04:27:49
CEI Francesco
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: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
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2018-11-20 16:54:02
Condition: Very Good. Powered by Frooition.com All Items See our eBay store for more great items >> Shop Categories The Poem: Lyric, Sign, Metre, Very Good Item Description The Poem: Lyric, Sign, Metre Condition Guidelines NEW - New, unread book. EXCELLENT - This is new unread book that was sitting on the shelve for some time so there is some visible shelwear on it. VERY GOOD - Carefully used book which may have some minor imperfections like small creases on the cover, may be dusty or in case of hardcover may have some minor imperfections on the dust jacket. GOOD - This is a read book which comes with creased spine and in case of hardcover some damage to the dust jacket. ACCEPTABLE - Heavily used book, may contain notes or highlighting, dust jacket is usually severely damaged or missing. Delivery FREE P&P within the UK. All the orders are shipped same or next working day Mo-Fri. International shipping by priority Air Mail. Returns Your satisfaction is very important to us. Please contact us via the methods available within eBay regarding any problems before leaving negative feedback. Any defects, damages, or differences with your item, must be reported to us within 7 days of receipt of the item or 30 days from date of shipment. The returned merchandise must be postmarked within 30 days of the shipment notification. Non-deliveries must be reported within 30 days of Shipment Notification. About Us About Us Payment Shipping Terms Returns About Us Small, independent bookseller based in Hemel Hemsptead. We offer wide variety of quality titles at bargain prices. Payment Payment W … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: smeikalbooks_ltd [Hemel Hempstead, GB]
2018-11-13 01:47:52
Condition: Very Good. Certified second hand articles More than 3.000.000 articles in shop Easy and safe purchase Je guéris donc je suis. Pour une théologie de la guérison by Camiade, Laurent | Book | condition very good Condition second hand - very good Publisher Laurent Camiande Medium Taschenbuch EAN 9782866793159 Delivery address: Change after payment is not possible. Shipping: To United Kingdom Books Fiction Books for children & teenagers Detective novels & thrillers ... and much more Music Pop Rock Children's music & audio stories ... and much more Movies Drama Action & Adventure Comedy & Entertainment ... and much more Games PlayStation 3 Nintendo DS PC ... and much more Software Children & Family Operating System School & Studies ... and much more Condition Description We try to assess the exact condition of the goods as objectively as possible. Prior to sale, each article is examined manually by us and its condition assessed according to the following criteria. Should there be deviations in any case from the condition stated, we would very much appreciate it if you would contact us before giving a review. Books & Media: new: Unused article in top condition The article is shrink-wrapped where it is delivered in this condition by the manufacturer very good: Second-hand article is in a very good condition Article hardly shows any traces of usage Pages are undamaged and contain no markings or notes Jacket or accessories are intact if included in the scope of delivery Jacket and accessories are intact where included in the scope of delivery. Jacket, cover and booklet may … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: momox-shop1 [Berlin, DE]
2018-11-06 09:26:48
[SHAKESPEARE, WILLIAM]. SAXO GRAMMATICUS
Paris: Iodocus [Josse] Badius Ascensius, 1514. FIRST EDITION. THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION (1514), EDITIO PRINCEPS, OF SAXO'S HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL DENMARK, CONTAINING THE STORY THAT BECAME SHAKESPEARE'S HAMLET. "The first connected account of the hero whom later ages know as Hamlet is that of Saxo, called Grammaticus, in [the work offered here], written at the end of the twelfth century and first published in 1514" (Harold Jenkins, ed., Introduction to The Arden Shakespeare Edition of the Works of William Shakespeare). "The [1514 editio princeps] of Saxo probably had a political purpose, to strengthen the legitimacy of the young Danish king, Christian II, vis-a-vis his new family-in-law, the Hapsburg dynasty. Saxo's patriotic history of Denmark, written in language which the Renaissance humanists could appreciate, had finally reached a European public, and thus after a long delay it contributed to the reputation of Saxo's country and its kings, exactly as he would have liked" (Karsten Friis-Jensen, ed., Saxo Grammaticus: Gesta Danorum: The History of the Danes). Saxo's preface to his book is charmingly modest: "Because other nations are in the habit of vaunting the fame of their achievements, and joy in recollecting their ancestors, Absalon, archbishop of Denmark, had always been fired with a passionate zeal to glorify our fatherland; he would not allow it to go without some noble document of this kind and, since everyone else refused the task, the work of compiling a history of the Danes was thrown upon me, the least of his entourage; his powerful insistence forced my weak i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Manhattan Rare Book Company [USA]
2018-11-04 06:12:16
Aldus - Valerius <Maximus>
Venedig, Aldus & A. Torresanus, 1514. 215 fol. Bll. (Bl. 1-216, das weiße Blatt *6 fehlt) [Mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken auf der ersten und letzten Seite.] 8° Rotes Leder des 18. Jahrunderts auf 5 Bünden mit Rückentitel und Rückenvergoldung, vergoldeten Deckelfileten, Steh- und Innenkantenvergoldung sowie Goldschnitt (fachmänisch restauriert). EDIT16 CNCE 37496; Adams 92; Renouard 69, 9; Aldinenslg; SB Berlin 220; Schweiger II, 1106; - Zweite Ausgabe bei Aldus, Nachdruck der Aldine von 1502. - Einige größere Wasserflecken im vorderen und hinteren Teil, Anstreichungen und Anmerkungen im Text von alter Hand, alte, teils durchgestrichenen Besitzvermerken, eingeklebtes Buchschmuckornament im vorderen Innendeckel). ** Secon Aldine edition - Waterstaining, few old annotations. Thumbing and ownership inscription to title. Lacking a blank leaf *6. 18th cetury red marocco, gilt edges, tear to upper joint. [4 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Michael Solder [Germany]
2018-11-03 16:30:43
CEI FRANCESCO : SONECTI CAPITULI SONG 1514 GIUNTA FLORENCE Rare Giuntina The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Francesco Cei Sonecti, sextine, strambocti, capituli et compounds ... In laude di Clitia SONECTICAPITVLICAN _ SEXTINE AREASROOMS ETSTRAMBOCTI COM PLACESPERLOECEL FOREVERFRAN CESCHO CEI CIPTA DINO FIORENTINO InLAVDEof CLITIA. IN FLORENCE By Philippo di Giunta 1514 Third Edition, rare and much sought after, the verses of CEI dedicated to Clizia, poetic senhal for Cassandra Dante Bartolini Salimbeni which the first edition of the opera (1501) was married to Carlo di Leonardo Ginori. The author was a fierce opponent of Savonarola, and critical spirit towards the Friar also oozes from his rhymes, to such an extent that he was exiled to Rome in 1501 where, probably, he died four years later. Volumein-8° ,16x10 cm. , nineteenth-century binding in half leather with decorations and titles in gold on the back, Nice cover page with nice frame and wood engraved on the last card, cc typographic brand.[5] 58 [1], good fresh specimen with some slight bloom, and defects to the last 3 cards presentingsmall holes with minimal text and brand tip. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described; some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) iNFO Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 06/97279699 SCUMULATIVE PEDIZIONE THE MAXIMUM COST OF 10,00 € * * BY PURCHASING MOR … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, RM, IT]
2018-11-03 16:30:43
PONTIANO 1514 URANIA STELLIS METEORORUM, POSTINCUNABOLO
ASTRONOMY - Opere by PONTIANO 1514 URANIA STELLIS METEORORUM, POSTINCUNABOLO The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Quae in hoc enchyridio contineantvr. Ioannis Iouiani Pontani Vrana seu de stellis Libri quinque Meteororum Liber unus De hortis hesperidum Libri duo EI USD em pompae septem ... Meliseus, Maeon, Acon, carmina pastoralia. At the bottom of uero index est eorum, quae in toto habeantur works [ex officina Philippi de Garcia florentini sumptib suis, (Florentiae, 1514 men. Iunio)] Postincunabolo, Treaty of Astronomy of the early sixteenth century, beautifully decorated with fine drop caps a letterpress engraved in fine, numbered text in papers. Complete with index. "Giovanni Pontano (1429 - 1503 Cerreto di Spoleto), was an Italian humanist and politician. Also known as Jovian, It was the highest representative of humanism napoletano of the fifteenth century and the Accademia Pontaniana. " (Wikipedia) 1 Vol. in-8°, mm. 150x100,cc. 184-[5]. Tying post. in full vellum. Gilt titles on colored gusset at the rear wall. Typographic brand in fine. Heading, glides and initial letters engraved n.t. marbled Cuts. in excellent condition, some Woodworm holes with minimum loss minimal text, traces of time. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described; some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) iNFO Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 WE INVITEI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-10-28 16:33:55
Saxo Grammaticus
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: Grammaticus, Saxo; [Pedersen, Christiern] Danorum Regum heroumque Historiae stilo eleganti a Saxone Grammatico natione Zialandico necnon Roskildensis ecclesiae praeposito, abhinc supra trecentos annos conscriptae et nunc primum literaria serie illustratae tersissimeque impressae. Iodocus Badius Ascensius [Josse Badius Ascencius], Paris 1514 Saxo Grammaticus' "Gesta Danorum", the history of Denmark, with the first printed account of the Hamlet legend. No complete manuscript of Saxo's work preserved, thus this edition, the first printed edition by Christiern Pedersen, is the earliest known source for the entire work. The sixteen books of the chronicle was written in Latin at the end of the 12th century, and it describes Danish and for some extend Scandinavian history from the earliest times … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: the.lord.of.the.books [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2018-10-07 07:47:18
JOSEPHUS, Titus Flavius
Mediolani (Milan): A. Minutianus, 1514. Spine just lightly and uniformly darkened, very slight rubbing to front joint, tiny crack to rear joint; overall very handsome and in fine condition.. Two parts in one volume, folio; printed in roman letter, large and smaller initials historiated in red and blue, eighteenth-century English brown morocco, spine ornately panelled in gilt between raised bands, sides with inner and outer gilt borders. This handsome copy of the classic early Jewish history, in a fine eighteenth-century English binding, was originally in the library at Chatsworth.Josephus, the ancient Jewish writer of first century Palestine, fought at the head of Jewish forces in Galilee against the Romans during the First Jewish-Roman War, ultimately surrendering in 67 CE to Vespasian, becoming the emperor's slave and interpreter. After gaining his freedom he assumed the emperor's family name of Flavius. He became an important ambassador in the Roman world for the Jewish people and culture, particularly at a time of conflict and tension, going out of his way to explain and commend Judaism to educated Gentiles, and at the same time to insist on its compatibility with cultured Graeco-Roman thought. He constantly contended for the antiquity of Jewish culture, presenting its people as civilised, devout and philosophical.His greatest work is his Antiquitates Judaicae (The Antiquities of the Jews) in which he recounts the history of the Jews from creation up until the revolt of AD 66-70, and includes contemporary references to Jesus, James (the 'brother' of Jesus), John the B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2018-10-05 10:28:32
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana. 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-S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2018-09-26 08:45:25
Cardinal Francisco Ximenes
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 fine art reproduction of the title page. All original leave … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2018-09-19 08:20:55
Reformation - [Surgant, Johann Ulrich],
[Basel, M. Furter 1514]. Ca. 22 x 16 cm. [8], CXX Bl., Titel in Rot- und Schwarzdruck, Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 2 Holzschnitt-Initialen und 1 Textholzschnitt auf Bl. 22 verso. Zeitgenössischer Holzdeckelband mit breitem blindgeprägten Schweinslederrücken und 2 Messingschließen. Handschriftliches Titelschild auf Vorderdeckel. Bewegliche Teile der Schließen und ein Schließhaken ergänzt. Kaum fleckig, anfangs und am Ende stärker wurmstichig, im Mittelteil nur wenig. Handschriftliche Besitzvermerke. VD16 S 10235. Hieronymus II, 75. Nicht im STC und bei Adams. Johann Ulrich Surgant (ca. 1450-1503) namhafter Homiletiker, 1466 Baccalaureus in Basel, 1472 Magister in Paris, 1479 Promotion in Basel, dort auch Professor (viermal Rektor) und Pfarrer an St. Theodor in Klein-Basel. „Sein Hauptwerk aber ist das erst 1503 erschienene "Manuale curatorum", eine theoretische und praktische Homiletik, ist überhaupt das älteste Werk dieser Art. Obschon noch ganz auf dem alten Boden der Scholastik stehend, bekundet schon der erste, rein theoretische Theil die Einsicht des Verfassers in die wirklichen Bedürfnisse des Volks, indem er von der Predigt vor allem Einfachheit und Verständlichkeit des Inhalts verlangt, zugleich aber nicht nur vor unwürdigen Späßen und dergleichen warnt, sondern auch vor aller nach Effect haschenden Uebertreibung. Noch werthvoller jedoch ist der zweite Theil mit seinen praktischen Anleitungen und deutschen Vorbildern. Denn dieser umfaßt nicht nur die Predigt im engeren Sinne, sondern überhaupt alle Anlässe, bei welchen der Pfarrer von Amtswegen zu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-08-19 21:23:14
Livius, Titus
Mainz, Johann Schöffer, 1514. 398 Bl. (von 422 Bl.: 12 n.n. Bl. und 410 num. Bl.). Mit vielen halbseitigen Textholzschnitten. Blindgepr. Lederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 1 (von 2) Metall-Schlliessen. VD16 L 2104. - Dritte Ausgabe der ersten deutschen Übersetzung von Bernhard Schöfferlin, der 3. Teil von Ivo Wittich. -Es fehlen 2 Bl. (Titel, Holzschnitt: Maximilian Römischer König) und 10 Bl. Register und numerierte Textblätter: 2-11, 406 und 409. Bl. - Bei Blatt 14 untere Blatthälfte ausgerissen, Blatt 108 und 258 mit Eckausrissen mit wenig Textverlust. Einige Blatt mit Randeinrissen oder Eckausrissen, jedoch ohne Textverlust. Der Text des letzten Blatt (410) auf Papier montiert und lose beiliegend. Etwas fleckig, stellenweise stärker. Wenige Bl. mit kleinem Wasserrand. Grösseres beschriftetes Pergamentetikett am Rücken. Einband fleckig und berieben. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat [CH]
2018-08-18 06:32:43
Anthonius Gazius; Antonio Gazio
Lyon: Gilbertus de Villiers, 1514. Hardcover. Good. 4to, speckled pasteboard. Title printed in red and black, with woodcut device. [8], CLIX leaves. Scattered contemporary marginalia. First published in 1491 in Venice. Gazio was a professor of medicine in Padua and later personal physician to the King of Poland. In this, his most known work, he discusses hygiene, health maintenance, and nutrition. A substantial amount of the work is devoted to food and drink (specifically the healthy aspects of wine drinking.) The Florida corona consists chiefly of rules for the preservation of health and contains little or no astrological medicine. ... It includes instructions for religious celibates whom it advises not even to read its preceding chapters on sexual intercourse - a caution that might have been better given before these chapters." (Lynn Thorndike, History of Magic and Experimental Medicine V, 170.) "Important traite de dietetique et d'hygiene d'un celebre medecin de Padoue qui connaissant et aimait le vin. Les chapitres 42 a 63 sont consacres au choix des aliments et des boissons. L'auteur consacre une importante partie de son ouvrage au vin, a l'art de boire, et a une étude approfondie de la soif humaine." (Simon, Biblotheca Bacchica 283). Vicaire, Bibliographie gastronomique 396. Provenance: From the library of Dr. Alfred M. Hellman (1880–1955), with his bookplate on front paste down. Corona florida medicinae sive de conservatione sanitatis
Bookseller: SequiturBooks [U.S.A.]
2018-08-13 07:20:29
Lucas Antonius de Giunta Florentinus impressit, Venetia, 1514. Testo latino. Cm.21,6x15,6. Carte [38], CCCCCCLII (con numerazione solo al recto), [76]. Coperta moderna in cartone rigido grezzo. Marca giuntina impressa in rosso al frontespizio, ove compaiono alcune antiche notazioni di proprietà cancellate ad inchiostro. Al margini del giglio il motto "Soli Deo honor, & gloria". Testo impresso in rosso e nero su due colonne. Tracce di vecchi aloni e bruniture alla parte inferiore del volume. Restauri cartacei al margine esterno delle ultime sette carte, con minima perdita di testo al recto dell'ultima pagina. La carta *I è bianca, con lieve strappo. Numerose vignette silografiche nel testo. Prima edizione giuntina del celebre "Corpus iuris canonici", principale testo di diritto canonico del tempo, compilato nel XII secolo dal monaco Gratianus, probabilmente originario di Chiusi o di Ficulle. La presente edizione è curata dall'umanista riformista alsaziano Beatus Rhenanus (Schlettstadt, 1485 ? 1547), conosciuto anche come Beatus Bild, "Decretum Gratiani" è nominata la prima raccolta di diritto canonico, compilata tra il 1140 e il 1142 dal monaco camaldolese Graziano, che riunì le decisioni dei concili in materia giuridica separandole dalla teologia. L?opera, il cui titolo ufficiale è "Concordia discordantium canonum", è divisa in tre parti. Dopo di esso seguitò a manifestarsi un?intensa fioritura di norme canoniche, sia per gli importanti concili ecumenici allora celebrati (il Lateranense III del 1179, il Lateranense IV del 1215), sia per l?attività spiegata in questo campo d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2018-07-17 06:48:37
Lucas Antonius de Giunta Florentinus impressit, 1514. Testo latino. Cm.21,6x15,6. Carte [38], CCCCCCLII (con numerazione solo al recto), [76]. Coperta moderna in cartone rigido grezzo. Marca giuntina impressa in rosso al frontespizio, ove compaiono alcune antiche notazioni di proprietà cancellate ad inchiostro. Al margini del giglio il motto "Soli Deo honor, & gloria". Testo impresso in rosso e nero su due colonne. Tracce di vecchi aloni e bruniture alla parte inferiore del volume. Restauri cartacei al margine esterno delle ultime sette carte, con minima perdita di testo al recto dell'ultima pagina. La carta *I è bianca, con lieve strappo. Numerose vignette silografiche nel testo. Prima edizione giuntina del celebre "Corpus iuris canonici", principale testo di diritto canonico del tempo, compilato nel XII secolo dal monaco Gratianus, probabilmente originario di Chiusi o di Ficulle. La presente edizione è curata dall'umanista riformista alsaziano Beatus Rhenanus (Schlettstadt, 1485 - 1547), conosciuto anche come Beatus Bild, "Decretum Gratiani" è nominata la prima raccolta di diritto canonico, compilata tra il 1140 e il 1142 dal monaco camaldolese Graziano, che riunì le decisioni dei concili in materia giuridica separandole dalla teologia. L'opera, il cui titolo ufficiale è "Concordia discordantium canonum", è divisa in tre parti. Dopo di esso seguitò a manifestarsi un'intensa fioritura di norme canoniche, sia per gli importanti concili ecumenici allora celebrati (il Lateranense III del 1179, il Lateranense IV del 1215), sia per l'attività spiegata in questo campo dai papi, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera [IT]
2018-07-13 06:33:00
SAXO GRAMMATICUS. - [THE FIRST NARRATIVE OF HAMLET]
Paris, Iodocus (Josse) Badius Ascensius, 1514 (on colophon). Small folio .Bound in a fully contemporary Danish (possibly northern German) Renaissance full leather binding with three raised bands to back and boards with ornamental brindstamping. Title written in contemporary hand to fore-edge. Binding with overall wear and with very neatly executed restorations. Traces of ties (four to each) to boards. Internally unusually fine and clean, with good margins and very little browning or brownspotting. Title-page and final leaf with a small, neat stamp of the city of Augsburg. Pasted-down front end-paper with the book-plate of Harald Pedersen and with contemporary owner's inscription of "Johannes Hofmair" in the year "1539". Title-page printed in red with large woodcut elaborate ornamental border (with printed red outline-colouring to parts of the figures) and a large woodcut depicting the Danish king in front of his army (signed C.P.). Numerous beautiful large and small woodcut initials throughout. (8), 198 ff. + final blank. A magnificent copy, one of the finest we have ever seen, in its first binding and in unusually fine condition internally. Most copies of this book have been rebound and it is very rare to encounter one in a strictly contemporary binding. Likewise, copies of the work are usually very worn internally and one very rarely sees a copy that is nice and clean. ¶ The rare editio princeps, the edition that preserved the first full history of Denmark for posterity and to this day the most important of all Danish historical publications. This magnificent work contain … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-07-12 05:59:23
SAXO GRAMMATICUS - [THE FIRST NARRATIVE OF HAMLET]
Paris, Iodocus (Josse) Badius Ascensius, 1514 (on colophon). Small folio .Bound in a fully contemporary Danish (possibly northern German) Renaissance full leather binding with three raised bands to back and boards with ornamental brindstamping. Title written in contemporary hand to fore-edge. Binding with overall wear and with very neatly executed restorations. Traces of ties (four to each) to boards. Internally unusually fine and clean, with good margins and very little browning or brownspotting. Title-page and final leaf with a small, neat stamp of the city of Augsburg. Pasted-down front end-paper with the book-plate of Harald Pedersen and with contemporary owner's inscription of "Johannes Hofmair" in the year "1539". Title-page printed in red with large woodcut elaborate ornamental border (with printed red outline-colouring to parts of the figures) and a large woodcut depicting the Danish king in front of his army (signed C.P.). Numerous beautiful large and small woodcut initials throughout. (8), 198 ff. + final blank. <br><br>A magnificent copy, one of the finest we have ever seen, in its first binding and in unusually fine condition internally. Most copies of this book have been rebound and it is very rare to encounter one in a strictly contemporary binding. Likewise, copies of the work are usually very worn internally and one very rarely sees a copy that is nice and clean. ¶ The rare editio princeps, the edition that preserved the first full history of Denmark for posterity and to this day the most important of all Danish historical publications. This magnificent work … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
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2018-07-10 01:04:12
Tuberinus, Johannes (Johannes Beuschel).
In Inclyta urbe Lipsica [Melchior Lotter the Elder, Leipzig]: ., 1514. ff. 360 (of 361) leaves. Lacks folio Fii (but with xerox facsimiles inserted). First signature detached, and somewhat browned. The title is printed in red and black, and has a central woodcut depicting Mount Parnassus, with the Muses, Bacchus and the temples of Delphi and Apollo. On the verso of the title page are the large woodcut arms of George, Duke of Saxony, showing a powerful knight in frontal view. This woodcut is dated 1514 in the banderole at the knight's head. The blank bottom 2.5" of the title have an old repair. Printed with wide margins in the text, and throughout there are marginal and interlinear Latin notes and comments in black ink by at least two sixteenth-century hands. (The manuscript notes here might reward better scholars than we are with interesting revelations). Folio. 330 mm. Highly decorated and tooled half alum tawed vellumized pig skin over oak boards binding. The spine covering is gone, revealing four double cord raised bands, and remains of an early manuscript used as binder's super. Clasps perished but the brass receivers on the front board are present. Johannes Beuschel was a German neo-latin poet and teacher at the Leipzig university. Probably born at Rothenburg ob der Tauber in the 1470's. From 1504 (and many years thereafter) he was a reader/professor of neo-Latin poetry. He probably died in Leipzig in 1522. Other names associated with him are: Erythropolitanus - Rotenburgensis; Johannes Tuberinus; Johannes Beusselius; Johannes Peussel or Pewschel; etc. He should not be … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: THE FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2018-06-28 21:54:41
SAXO GRAMMATICUS. - [THE FIRST NARRATIVE OF HAMLET]
Paris, Iodocus (Josse) Badius Ascensius, 1514 (on colophon). Small folio .Bound in a fully contemporary Danish (possibly northern German) Renaissance full leather binding with three raised bands to back and boards with ornamental brindstamping. Title written in contemporary hand to fore-edge. Binding with overall wear and with very neatly executed restorations. Traces of ties (four to each) to boards. Internally unusually fine and clean, with good margins and very little browning or brownspotting. Title-page and final leaf with a small, neat stamp of the city of Augsburg. Pasted-down front end-paper with the book-plate of Harald Pedersen and with contemporary owner's inscription of "Johannes Hofmair" in the year "1539". Title-page printed in red with large woodcut elaborate ornamental border (with printed red outline-colouring to parts of the figures) and a large woodcut depicting the Danish king in front of his army (signed C.P.). Numerous beautiful large and small woodcut initials throughout. (8), 198 ff. + final blank. A magnificent copy, one of the finest we have ever seen, in its first binding and in unusually fine condition internally. Most copies of this book have been rebound and it is very rare to encounter one in a strictly contemporary binding. Likewise, copies of the work are usually very worn internally and one very rarely sees a copy that is nice and clean. ¶ The rare editio princeps, the edition that preserved the first full history of Denmark for posterity and to this day the most important of all Danish historical publications. This magnificent work contain … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-26 06:20:22
[Jacopone da Todi, Jacopo de' Benedetti].
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 figure and poet of 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. Gamba, 577. Sander, 3550. Essling, 1825. Adams, J-54.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2018-06-09 15:56:58
Albertus Magnus.
(Vienna, Hieronymus Vietor & Johannes Singriener für Leonhard & Lukas Alantsee, 1514). 4to. (104) pp. With woodcut title border and full-page woodcut arms of Emperor Maximilian I on verso of final leaf. Papered spine. Very rare first edition of Albert's general description of the earth, marking the inauguration of scientific geography as an independent discipline and the first attempt at a comparative geography. Edited by the Bavarian mathematician, astronomer and astrologer Georg Tannstetter, who was mainly active in Vienna. "Interesting to the American collector on account of a marginal note relating to Vespuccius, which seems to have been inserted with movable type, on the recto of the last leaf in signature d, after the book had been printed" (Sabin). The contemporary owner, too, has highlighted the name by a marginal ms. note, "Vespucius". Also treats the Middle East with the "sinus Persicus" and "sinus Arabicus" (f. J4r). At the end, Tannstetter provides a brief list of unprinted works by Albertus, to which the contemporary owner has added "De vegetabilis et plantis". - Binding somewhat loosened near beginning; upper edge of title page remargined. Several contemporary marginalia. Occcasional light fingerstaining, but altogether clean and well-preserved. VD 16, A 1345. IA 102.526. Alden/L. 514/1. Sabin 671. JCB I, 58. Harrisse 76. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-06-09 15:56:40
WERNER, Johannes.
Nürnberg: Stuchs, 1514. The Werner map projection. First edition of Werner's most important book, an extremely rare and highly influential work on cartography and navigation, containing the first published direct translation of any part of Ptolemy's Geography from the original Greek. It includes the first publication of the Werner map projection, which was widely used for world and continental maps through the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, notably by Mercator, Oronce Finé and Ortelius. The book also contains the invention of the lunar distance method of longitude determination, and of the cross-staff, an instrument designed to make the necessary astronomical observations at sea. Born in Nürnberg, the mathematician, astronomer and geographer Johannes Werner (1468-1522) was a student at the University of Ingolstadt from 1484. He studied in Rome between 1493 and 1498 before returning to Nürnberg as chaplain of St. Johannes's church. There he became part of a tight knit circle of mathematical practitioners in Nürnberg, Ingolstadt, Vienna and Tübingen who were largely responsible for establishing mathematics as a discipline in the central European universities. Werner's edition of the first and part of the seventh book of Ptolemy's Geography, the Nova translatio Primi Geographiae, was the first translation from the Greek since the original translation made by Jacobus Anglicus around 1406. Werner stated clearly that his rationale for the undertaking lay in the many errors contained in Anglicus's edition and in the succeeding ones, which were all based on Anglicus's renderi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2018-06-09 06:51:22
SAXO GRAMMATICUS. - [THE FIRST NARRATIVE OF HAMLET]
Paris, Iodocus (Josse) Badius Ascensius, 1514 (on colophon). Small folio. Bound in a fully contemporary Danish (possibly northern German) Renaissance full leather binding with three raised bands to back and boards with ornamental brindstamping. Title written in contemporary hand to fore-edge. Binding with overall wear and with very neatly executed restorations. Traces of ties (four to each) to boards. Internally unusually fine and clean, with good margins and very little browning or brownspotting. Title-page and final leaf with a small, neat stamp of the city of Augsburg. Pasted-down front end-paper with the book-plate of Harald Pedersen and with contemporary owner's inscription of "Johannes Hofmair" in the year "1539". Title-page printed in red with large woodcut elaborate ornamental border (with printed red outline-colouring to parts of the figures) and a large woodcut depicting the Danish king in front of his army (signed C.P.). Numerous beautiful large and small woodcut initials throughout. (8), 198 ff. + final blank. <br><br>A magnificent copy, one of the finest we have ever seen, in its first binding and in unusually fine condition internally. Most copies of this book have been rebound and it is very rare to encounter one in a strictly contemporary binding. Likewise, copies of the work are usually very worn internally and one very rarely sees a copy that is nice and clean. ¶ The rare editio princeps, the edition that preserved the first full history of Denmark for posterity and to this day the most important of all Danish historical publications. This magnificent work … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
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2018-05-30 06:23:33
Gaius
Venetis: Aldine Press, 1514 (colophon has 1513). 18th Century three-quarter calf (worn) later marbled paper. 216pp. All edges tinted light blue. Aldine publisher's emblem woodcut on title page and also at very end. Cover leather worn, internally very good. Scarce.
Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books [Seattle, WA, U.S.A.]
2018-05-12 18:17:12
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-05-11 06:16:54
PLAUTUS, Titus Maccius
Philippi Di Giunta, 1514. Colophon with woodcut printer's device. Later full pigskin, morocco label on spine; newer endpapers. Contemporary ownership inscription recto last leaf. First Giunta edition of the comedies of the Roman playwright Plautus, dedicated to Lorenzo de Medici and edited by the Italian humanist scholar Niccolò Angeli (1448-c. 1529), philologer and professor of Greek and Latin.
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2018-05-09 20:07:50
ROLEWINCK, Werner.
Coloniae: in officina Quentilliana. 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-S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-04-24 19:55:41
PACHECO, Diogo.
Rome Marcello Silber, 1514. First edition. Small 4to. (19.8 x 14.7 cm), 8 leaves, title within ornamental woodcut border and with arms of Portugal, disbound, well preserved in chemise and blue morocco-backed box. The very rare oration of obedience delivered by Pacheco on behalf of the King of Portugal, of great historical importance being instrumental in the granting of rights by the Pope to Portugal to control and develop all lands in the East, whether known or unknown. After the capture of Malacca by the Portuguese under Albuquerque in 1511 (which became known in Europe in 1513), King Manuel dispatched letters to Rome informing the Papacy of Portugal's progress. This mattered greatly to Manuel as there was a perceived need to settle the question of demarcation between Spain and Portugal in this area which was important for control of the Spice Islands. Pope Leo X, newly elected that Spring, was the son of Lorenzo the Magnificent and effectively the leading Medici and ruler of Florence, who represented the traditional favourable disposition to Portugal of Florentine merchants. In 1514 Manuel sent an Embassy of obedience to Rome led by Tristão da Cunha. Pacheco, a professor of law, was on this Embassy and delivered the oration of obedience on behalf of Manuel. The Embassy was a great popular success, featuring leopards, Persian horses, slaves from India, and above all a trained elephant which bowed three times before the Pope and squirted water over the population. More importantly it led to a papal bull, Praecelsae Devotionis in 1514 which gave Portugal 'the patronage of e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [London, United Kingdom]
2018-04-15 11:20:22
LEMAIRE de BELGES (Jean)
Paris, [Geoffroy de Marnef], 1511 [1514]. 3 ouvrages en 1 vol. in-4° parchemin bradel à rabats, titre doré au dos, tranches dorées. Reliure moderne. Ex-libris au contreplat de Pierre Cambon. Epître à Hector : (30) ff., grandes armoiries de l'auteur gravées sur bois sur le titre, 4 grandes figures gravées sur bois (dont deux reproduisant des armoiries), marque de Marnef au v° du dernier feuillet. Signatures : [A-D]6 K6 ; Légende des vénitiens : (18) ff., grandes armoiries de l'auteur sur le titre, une planche représentant les armoiries de Louis XII et Anne de Bretagne, marque de Marnef au v° du dernier f. Signatures : [aa-cc]4 dd6 ; Différence des schismes : (40) ff., grande figure avec les armoiries de Louis XII et d'Anne de Bretagne au v° du titre, répétée au dernier feuillet, une grande figure héraldique, grandes armoiries de l'auteur au v° du dernier feuillet. Signatures : [a-k]4. Première édition de l'Epître à Hector de Troye. A la suite de l'Epître proprement dite, figurent De la Valitude et convaslescence de la Royne, l'Epitaphe de Gaston de Foix, le Traicté intitulé La Concorde des deux langaiges, puis les deux épîtres de l'Amant verd. Cette dernière partie semble être un ajout (cahier signé K) de l'imprimeur au dernier moment : le colophon porte (comme celui de la première partie des Illustrations de Gaule : "Imprimé à Paris, au moys de Septembre L'an Mil v.c. et xii pour maistre Jean Lemaire, Indiciaire & historiographe de la royne par Geoffroy de Marnef libraire juré.", mais la composition présente quelques différences. Bechtel L-128/1. La Légende des Vénitiens, p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [CRISSAY SUR MANSE, -, France]
2018-04-15 05:02:09
Corpus Juris Canonici; Gregory IX, Pope
1514. Giunta Illustrated edition with c.180 Woodcuts. Giunta Illustrated edition with c.180 Woodcuts. Handsome Giunta Edition of the Decretals of Gregory IX Illustrated with c.180 Woodcuts Corpus Juris Canonici. Gregory IX [1147?-1241], Pope. [Bottoni, Bernardo (d. 1266), Glosses]. [Giovanni d'Andrea (c.1270-c.1348), Commentary]. Decretales D[omi]ni Pape Gregorii Noni Acurata Diligentia Novissime Q[uam] Pluribus Cum Exemplaribus Emendate: Aptissimisq[ue] Imaginibus Exculte: Cum Multiplicibus Repertoriis Antiquis: [et] de Novo Factis ad Materias Quascunq[ue] Inueniendas Amplissimis. Additis Omnibus Necessariis Addi Possibilibus: Que de se Legentibus Patebunt. [Venice: Per Lucantonium de Giunta, 1514]. [iv], 536 ff. Main text in parallel columns surrounded by linear gloss. Full-page woodcut (of Christ before Pilate) facing f. 1, woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity, c. 180 woodcuts throughout text. Quarto 8" x 6" (20 x 15 cm). Recent period-style paneled calf, blind tooling to spine, endpapers added, clean tears to title page, ff. 14 and 141 carefully mended. Printed in red and black throughout, woodcut Giunta device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, occasional (very) faint dampspotting to margins, light soiling, minor worming and two brief early annotation to title page, extensive annotations to rear endleaves and some passages in the text. A handsome copy. $5,000. * This edition is notable for its elegant typography and numerous woodcuts that illustrate points in the text. composed it shortly before 1263. Gregory's Decretals is one of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [US]
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2018-04-13 13:55:43
Canon Law; Gregory IX, Pope
1514. Giunta Illustrated edition with c.180 Woodcuts. Handsome Giunta Edition of the Decretals of Gregory IX Illustrated with c.180 Woodcuts [Canon Law]. Gregory IX [1147?-1241], Pope. [Bottoni, Bernardo (d. 1266), Glosses]. [Giovanni d'Andrea (c.1270c.1348), Commentary]. Decretales D[omi]ni Pape Gregorii Noni Acurata Diligentia Novissime Q[uam] Pluribus Cum Exemplaribus Emendate: Aptissimisq[ue] Imaginibus Exculte: Cum Multiplicibus Repertoriis Antiquis: [et] de Novo Factis ad Materias Quascunq[ue] Inueniendas Amplissimis. Additis Omnibus Necessariis Addi Possibilibus: Que de se Legentibus Patebunt. [Venice: Per Lucantonium de Giunta, 1514]. [iv], 536 ff. Main text in parallel columns surrounded by linear gloss. Full-page woodcut (of Christ before Pilate) facing f. 1, woodcut tables of descent and consanguinity, c. 180 woodcuts throughout text. Quarto (8" x 6"). Recent period-style paneled calf, blind tooling to spine, endpapers added, clean tears to title page, ff. 14 and 141 carefully mended. Printed in red and black throughout, woodcut Giunta device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, occasional (very) faint dampspotting to margins, light soiling, minor worming and two brief early annotation to title page, extensive annotations to rear endleaves and a some passages in the text. A handsome copy. $5,000. * This edition is notable for its elegant typography and numerous woodcuts that illustrate points in the text. composed it shortly before 1263. Gregory's Decretals is one of the four works known collectively as the Corpus Juris Canonici, a col … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
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