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2018-04-08 05:18:44
Quintilianus, Marcus Fabius
Venedig, Aldus Manutius und Andreas Torresanus, August, 1514. Pergamentband des 19. Jhs. mit Rückenschild und goldgeprägtem Aldus-Anker auf dem Vorderdeckel. 8vo. 20,5 : 13,5 cm. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und am Ende (wdh.).. - 4 nn. Bll. (d. l. w.), 230 num. Bll.. - Vereinz. leicht fleckig, zu Beginn wasserrandig, Titel und das 4. w. Bl. mit alten Eintragungen, Druckermarke tls. mit Tintenspur, stellenw. alte Marginalien, Vorsatz mit blassem Wappenstempel.
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst GmbH, vorm. F. Dörling GmbH [DE]
2018-04-06 02:11:09
SILIUS ITALICUS, Gaius
[Jacques Myt] for Barthélemy Troth, 1514. 8vo, ff. 196. Italic letter, a little Roman, floriated initials. Light age yellowing, occasional spotting, odd ink stain to title page, light browning, side worm trail to t-p lower margin. Contemporary limp vellum, early ink title to spine, remains of ties, a little worn; text block loosening, joints a bit cracked. Ownership inscription of Luigi Grozo (Groto) on t-p and final blank corrections and annotations in the same hand on first 14 leaves and BBii, "Silius"/"Silvius" inscribed on lower edge. A pseudo-Aldine, masquerading as an Aldine octavo in content, format and typography, of the Latin poem on the Second Punic war by the Roman orator and poet Silius Italicus (c. CE 28-103). The first Aldine edition didn't appear until July 1523. This copy belonged to Luigi Groto (1541-1585), also called "Cieco d'Adria", a blind Italian poet, playwright and actor from an aristocratic Venetian family. Groto studied philosophy and literature, and at the age of 15 was already a public orator, thanks to his extraordinary memory. He pronounced speeches on solemn occasions. He founded the Accademia degli Illustrati with other poets and composed poems and numerous theatrical works, influenced by the classical authors and the pastoral tradition, such as "Dalida" and the "Pentimento amoroso". At the end of his career he participated in the performance of "Edipo Re" at the Olympic theatre in Vicenza. This edition was prepared with considerable care by Damiano Benessa, a merchant from Ragusa, resident in Lyon, and includes two letters to Giovanni Battis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-03-18 16:24:05
ERASMUS Desiderius and
Historiated woodcut border on title page, one white on black woodcut initial, some Greek type. 4to (198 x 145mm). 53, [1 (blank)] ff. Modern vellum, red edges. Strasbourg, Matthias Schürer, November
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-03-16 00:07:00
ERASMUS Desiderius and
1514. Historiated woodcut border on title page, one white on black woodcut initial, some Greek type. 4to (198 x 145mm). 53, [1 (blank)] ff. Modern vellum, red edges. Strasbourg, Matthias Schürer, November Rare early edition of Erasmus' Praise of Folly, which was first published in Paris in 1511. Conceived by Erasmus on his journey from Italy to England, it was written in a little over a week during his stay at the house of Thomas More in London in 1509 (to whom the work is also dedicated). In a letter written in May, 1515, Erasmus himself described it as light relief from the kidney-stone he was afflicted by: 'my library had not yet arrived.so, for want of employment, I began to amuse myself with Praise of Folly, not with the intention of publishing the result, but to relieve the discomfort of sickness by this sort of distraction' ('Introduction', Praise of Folly (Oxford, 1913), xiv). He had earlier, in a letter to More, described it as a 'trifling thing' (Letter 222, Jun. 1511, Correspondence of Erasmus Vol. II). More than a mere distraction or trifle, this work is an acerbic, humorous attack on the foolishness that ruled church and state in the period. 'It satirizes the old learning, the old medieval world, the monks and friars, the pilgrimages and processions, the cult of saints, in a style of biting humour. Erasmus was a great humourist, subtly ironical and elusive' (F. A. Yates, Ideas and Ideals in the North European Renaissance (1984), 155). It was extremely popular, said to be enjoyed even by Pope Leo X; thirty five editions followed its first printing in Paris. Whil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-09 02:52:28
DOCUMENTO MANUSCRITO. SIGLO XVI. BAZA-ALMERIA-FILABRES
Sin editorial. Filabres, 1514-1523.- 23 hojas (última en blanco); In Folio (32 x 22,5 cm); Cuadernillo cosido con cordel.- Algunas hojas están manchadas con cercos de humedad, otras bien. Libro en español HISTORIA ECLESIÁSTICA, MÍSTICA Y TEOLOGÍA ESPAÑOLAS DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2018-03-04 15:41:38
Landshut München Nürnberg und Mainz -1535. Folio. (31,8 x 20 cm). Blindgeprägtes Halb-Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln (wenige Kratzspuren, eine kl. Fehlstelle am ob. Kapital, ohne die Schließen). Umfangreicher Sammelband mit acht seltenen juristischen Schriften, davon sieben unter den Herzogen Wilhelm IV und Wilhelm V. erlassene Verordnungen für das Königreich Bayern und ein Abschied zu Speyer (Karl V. und Ferdinand). 1. Des Loblichen haus und furstenthumbs Obern und Nidern Bayren. freiheyten. von einem regirenden fursten von Bayrn auf den andern. gemeinem lannd: vernewt unnd bestettigt. 40 nn Bll. Mit großem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel u. kl. Textholzschnitt. München o.Dr. (d.i. Landshut, Johann Weyssenburger) 1514. - VD 16, B 953. 2. Dy new erclerung der landßfreyhait des loblichen haus und Fürstenthumbs obern und Nidern Bairnn. Anno Fünffzehenhundert unnd jmm Sechzehenden auf den achtundzwantzigsten tag des Monats Aprilis zue Jngolstatt aufgericht. 16 nn Bll. Mit großem koloriertem Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel. München, (Hans Schobser) 1516. - VD 16, B 979. Schottenloher, Schobser 146. 3. Gerichtzordnung Imm fuerstentumb Obern- und Nidern Bayrn, Anno 1520 aufgericht. 15 nn Bll. 1 w. Bl., 87 num Bll., 1 w. Bl. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt von Caspar Clifigl. Druck in Rot und Schwarz. Münchnn (München mit Dopplungsstrich), (Hans Schobser) 1520. - VD 16, B 989. Schotteloher, Schobser 171. 4. Reformacion des bayrischn Lanndrecht nach Cristj unsers Hailmachers gebürde Im Fünftzehenhundert unnd Achtzehendm Jar Aufgericht. 36 nn, 169 num. Bll., 1 w. Bl. Mit großem Titelhol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Osthoff [Wuerzburg, BY, Germany]
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2018-02-28 06:02:23
Quintilian
Manutius & Torresanus August, 1514. with the anchor device on first and last pages, first leaf browned and with ink stamp removed, water-staining in the inner margins, strongest at either end, stamp on verso of last leaf, ff. [iv, the last blank], 230, 8vo, late 17th-century red morocco, gilt panelled, spine gilt in compartments with flowers and a crest (?a feather head-dress), gilt edges, rebacked, preserving most of original spine, corners worn, a few contemporary annotations. The first of two Aldine editions, edited by Andrea Navagero and Giovanni Battista Ramusio. Elegant presentation inscription in purple ink from Stuart Johnson from Fredk. York Powell, of Christ Church, Oxford, in 1891 (Regius Professor of Modern History in succession to J. A. Froude); below this an old shelfmark. Bought off Martin Breslauer in 1955 for £4/15/0. (Renouard p. 68, 5; Adams Q52; CNCE 54150)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-23 08:19:03
ATHENAEUS. - MUSURUS, Marcus, ed.
Printer's device on title and last leaf verso. Title and text in Greek; headers of preface, register and colophon in Roman type. 38 pp., 1 blank leaf, 294 pp., (1) leaf. Folio. 19th-century half leather over marbled boards, spine gilt in six panels, red spine label. From the library of Walter Ashburner Florence (1864-1936), with his stamp on the title (nearly erased) and on the last leaf. Venice, Aldus Manutius and Andreas Asulanus, August 1514. Editio princeps of an encyclopedia under the guise of a dialogue. A large number of guests sits at the 'Banquet of Intellectuals', representing a.o., philosophy, grammar, rhetoric, art, archaeology, literature and sciences. Described is what may be considered to be the first patents (i.e. exclusive right granted to an inventor). This is the only existent work of Athenaeus of Naucratis (fl. c. A.D. 200), and one of our sources for ancient daily life. Greek and Roman cookery, as well as wines are described in detail, and probably also the earliest known text on cookery and one of the very important "editiones principes" of classical Greek text that Aldus has edited since the beginning of the 16th century. The fifteen existent books (of probably thirty originally) evolved from the symposiac genre of literature. The twenty-one dinner-guests are from the educated social elite, each one representing a different learned field, debate a wide spectrum of topics, such as food, luxury, diet, health, sexual relations, pornography, art, music, literature, philosophy, law, medicine and surgery. As the dinner conversation ensues, each expert cites … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann [CH]
2018-02-17 01:09:39
GREGORIUS MAGNUS
Basel, Petri für Hornken in Köln, 1514. 21 nn. Bl., 307 num. Bl., 19 nn. Bl. (2 weiß) VD 16, G 3133. - BM STC, German Books S. 370. Kölner Humanisten-Einband mit Bordüre von11 geprägten Porträts. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Urs Graf sowie Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und am Ende. Breit angelegter Hiob-Kommentar von Gregor I., der Große (540 Rom - 607), einer der bedeutendsten Päpste und lateinischer Kirchenvater der Antike. - Einband berieben, ohne die Schließen, Titel fleckig, einige wenige Anstreichungen im Vorwort, sonst innen sauber und gut erhalten Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 geprägter Schweinslederband auf Holzdeckeln, handschriftlicher Rückentitel, Fol.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiss [Germany]
2018-02-01 00:34:23
Tuberinus, Johannes (Johannes Beuschel).
In Inclyta urbe Lipsica [Melchior Lotter the Elder, Leipzig]. 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 confused … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album
2018-01-29 16:45:39
Ludolphus de Saxonia /Ludolph of Saxomy & Petracha, Francesco et al.,
(32)+CCXXXII+(3) sheets. With some fine very old comments in margain sider, Parrhisijs Rembolt (Paris) 1514. 1512 printed on spine in gilt, but this book is actually from 1514, 1514, Samll folio. Modern hald calf with raised bands and goldtext on spine. W 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
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat [DK]
2018-01-26 22:00:47
BOUCHART , Alain - H. LE MEIGNEN
1514. RENNES, Caillière - 1886 - In-4 - Reliure plein cvhagrin havane - Dos à nerfs - Titre doré - Couv. conservée - Lettrines - Très bel exemplaire - Envoi rapide et soigné
Bookseller: Librairie A l'SP.Rance S.a.r.l. [FR]
2018-01-22 22:50:21
QUINTILIANUS, M(arcus) F(abius).
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]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2017-12-25 03:14:10
Girolamo Savonarola
Prediche Utilissime per quadragesima del Venerando Padre Frate Hieronymo Savonarola da Ferrara de lordine di frati Predicatori Sopra Amos, p(ro)pheta: & sopra Zacharia propheta: & parte etiam sopra lo sacro Evangelio Rarissimo post-incunabolo. Girolamo Savonarola fu un famoso frate domenicano (Ferrara 1452 - Firenze 1498). La sua fine, causata da una complessa vicenda politica di fazioni cittadine, ha forse la ragione più profonda nella sua fiducia di poter imporre, in un'età ormai aperta ai valori mondani, un severo costume penitenziale, accettabile solo da una minoranza di seguaci, infoltiti per breve tempo da quanti, malcontenti della situazione politica e religiosa, che credettero in un rivolgimento annunciato come certa profezia. La riforma savonaroliana, voluta con purezza di intenzioni, con passione sincera, trovava consensi parziali nella società del tempo; l'assunzione di S. a simbolo di libertà repubblicana e più tardi la sua trasfigurazione a precursore della riforma luterana, a eroe del neoguelfismo o a profeta della conciliazione tra religione e scienza sono interpretazioni unilaterali di una intensa esperienza religiosa, svoltasi nel tentativo di rinnovare la politica fiorentina e italiana, divisa da interessi concreti e quindi provvisoriamente alleata all'escatologia tutta medievale del frate. La prosa savonaroliana, nutrita di elementi medievaleggianti e biblicizzanti, ha una straordinaria vivacità di espressioni e di forme, vigorosamente scandita dal ritmo acceso e turbinoso della sua esperienza religiosa e umana
Venezia, per Lazaro di Soardi, 1514. frontespizio con titolo centrale e illustrazioni allegoriche in b/n; note di appartenenza; stampato su due colonne; capilettera ornati; tracce di antiche glosse e sottolineature; lievi gore d'acqua, bruniture e piccole macchie isolate; tagliato l'angolo inferiore dx della carta LVIII con relativa perdita del testo contenutovi; asportate carte LVIIII, LX, LXI, LXII, LXIII, LXVII, LXVIII, LXVIIII, LXX, LXXV, LXXVI, LXXVII, LXXVIII, LXXVIIII, LXXX; le carte mancanti sono state asportate perché il libro fu sottoposto alla censura del Tribunale dell'Inquisizione; la carta LXXXI ha vistosi segni di inchiostro; per errori di numerazione che non coinvolgono il testo, non esiste la carta CLXXXVIIII e ci sono due carte CXCI; in totale 224 carte effettive; l'ultima carta, rimarginata nel margine bianco inferiore, contiene il colophon, il registro e la marca editoriale
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo [IT]
2017-12-06 10:05:37
Marcel R. van Cleemput
Limitierte Auflage Nr. 1514 von insgesamt 4.000 Exemplaren inkl. zusätzlichem Pocket Book und einem Sondermodell des London Bus im damaligen Corgi-Design. Bus ohne Verpackung, es gab aber auch keine. Bücher dem Alter entsprechend in guten Zustand, Schutzumschlag. Zusammen in Pappschuber, der jedoch ein wenig lädiert ist. Selbstabholung und Vorbesichtigung möglich.
Bookseller: bbuxte
2017-11-09 11:04:21
1514. Antique print, titled: 'Ich bleib pei dem geschucz', Standing Landsknecht with an axe. Engraving, on laid paper. Description: From a series of soldiers. State: only state. Ref: Hollstein 134, Bartsch 273-293. Artists and Engravers: Made by V. Solis after own design. Virgil Solis (1514-1562) was active in Nurnberg as an engraver. He specialized. Like many of his contemporary German printmakers in small, but highly finished engravings. Condition: Very good, margins on two sides. Surface slightly soiled. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: R1-075 RCTPC The overall size is ca. 2.4 x 3.1 inch. The image size is ca. 2 x 3.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 6.2 x 7.9 cm. The image size is ca. 5 x 7.9 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-11-09 00:03:28
Girolamo Savonarola
1514. Girolamo Savonarola - Prediche Utilissime per quadragesima del Venerando Padre Frate Hieronymo Savonarola da Ferrara de lordine di frati Predicatori Sopra Amos, p(ro)pheta: & sopra Zacharia propheta: & parte etiam sopra lo sacro Evangelio - 1514. Venezia, per Lazaro di Soardi; Pelle muta con nervi al dorso e taglio colorato in azzurro; 8°, cm 21,3 x 15,6; 1 vol.; pagg. 448; rilegatura allentata e con qualche foto di tarlo, esemplare restaurato, buono stato conservativo; frontespizio con titolo centrale e illustrazioni allegoriche in b/n; note di appartenenza; stampato su due colonne; capilettera ornati; tracce di antiche glosse e sottolineature; lievi gore d'acqua, bruniture e piccole macchie isolate; tagliato l'angolo inferiore dx della carta LVIII con relativa perdita del testo contenutovi; asportate carte LVIIII, LX, LXI, LXII, LXIII, LXVII, LXVIII, LXVIIII, LXX, LXXV, LXXVI, LXXVII, LXXVIII, LXXVIIII, LXXX; le carte mancanti sono state asportate perché il libro fu sottoposto alla censura del Tribunale dell'Inquisizione; la carta LXXXI ha vistosi segni di inchiostro; per errori di numerazione che non coinvolgono il testo, non esiste la carta CLXXXVIIII e ci sono due carte CXCI; in totale 224 carte effettive; l'ultima carta, rimarginata nel margine bianco inferiore, contiene il colophon, il registro e la marca editoriale. Rarissimo post-incunabolo. Girolamo Savonarola fu un famoso frate domenicano (Ferrara 1452 - Firenze 1498). La sua fine, causata da una complessa vicenda politica di fazioni cittadine, ha forse la ragione pié profonda nella sua fiducia di poter im … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2017-10-31 15:38:54
Gerson Johannes
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 quest’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 all’interno di due volumi con insignificante interessamento di alcune lettere del testo. Nel complesso, esemplare in buone condizioni di conservazione.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-10-28 09:20:58
Plutarque Plutarchi Cheronei
Rare impression parisienne de Nicolas des Préz avec ses initiales et à la marque de Gilles de Gourmont, in folio dans sa reliure estampée de l'époque. Paris 1514 -1521 Plutarchi Cheronei Plutarque Aemilii Probi illustrium virorum vitae Josse Bade Nicolas des Prez Vie des hommes illustres Paris 1521 1 volume in folio reliure de 34,5 x 22,5 cm, feuillets de 21,5 x 33,5 cm de 18 feuillets non chiffrés, 393 feuillets chiffrés I-CCCXCIII, 1 fblanc non chiffré. Reliure de l'époque en veau estampé sur ais de bois. palettes décoratives encore bien franche. Restaurations au dos quelques auréoles claires sur les premiers et derniers feuillets , quelques trous de vers dans le dernier plat. Le corps d'ouvrage reste sain et le papier a conservé une belle sonorité. Epitre de Josse Bade daté de décembre 1514, importantes tables 18 feuillets , 393 feuillets pour le texte avec de nombreuses lettrines à fonds criblés. Au colophon "Finis in calcographia Nicolai de Pratis idibus Iunii MCXXI" Cette réédition ou contrefaçon de l'edition de Josse Bade donnée en 1514 a été donnée par Nicolas des Prés en juin 1521. Renouard nous informe qu'elle a été partagée entre Bernard Aubry, Pierre Gaudoul et Jean Petit. mais il n'a jamais vu cette page de titre, et ce semble bien le plus rare. Nous avons donc ici un quatrieme libraire non répertorié qui a mis en vente cette édition, Gilles de Gourmont avec sa marque repertorié N°381.par Renouard Les exemplaire à la marque de Gourmont semblent d'une insigne rareté, nous n'en avons pas repéré encore dans les différentes bibliothèques publiques.
Bookseller: Librairie Daniel Bayard livre luxe book [France, Millery]
2017-10-28 08:18:49
BÉRAULD (Nicolas ou Nicole)
(1514) Renouard, ICP, II, 766. Louis Delaruelle, « Notes biographiques sur Nicole Bérault », dans : Revue des bibliothèques, n°7-9, 1902, pp. 420-445. Imprimeurs et libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, 214. Traduction du texte grec d'Aristote par Leonardo Bruni. L'opuscule est daté d'après l'allusion de l'auteur au Rusticus d'A. Poliziano (au f. b1, v°), qu'il avait publié en 1514. Belle marque de Jean Barbier sur la page de titre. Nicolas Bérauld (1473-1550), originaire d'Orléans, où il étudia les arts et le droit civil, avocat puis conseiller au Parlement, devint l'un des membres les plus importants du cercle humaniste parisien, que fréquentait aussi Budé. Il donna des lectures publiques d'auteurs classiques, Cicéron, Aristote, Politien. Il fonda une école privée où étudia Étienne Dolet autour de 1525.
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2017-10-25 18:33:53
STROZZI (, Ercole & Tito "Vespasiano")
Venice, Aldus & Asolanus 1513 (following the Venecian calendar; according to the usual European calendar 1514). - 8vo. (8), 99 lvs., (1) leaf, 152 lvs. With Aldus’ device (Fletcher Nr. 5) on title and last leaf verso. 16th century gilt-stamped vellum (darkened, soiled, rubbed); new end-papers and fly leaves, lacking ties. First Aldus edition of Strozzis’ poems, first edition of most of the complete works; scarce. PROVENENCE: The reverse of the title page has an autograph in the form of a six-line dedication to the two Strozzis from Daniel Finus; leaf A8 verso also has a longer laudation to Aldus Manutius by him written in manuscript. Both were published only in the 20th century (A. della Guardia: Tito Vespasiano Strozzi. 1916, p. LVIII, and S. Pasquazi, Poeti estensi. 1966). The first verse, reads: "In Strociorum poetarum patris, ac filii decus / Daniel Finus / Hic patris, et nati gemino liber unicus horto / Delicium floris versicoloris habet. / Sic genitor calybem cudit: sic follibus ignem / Nutrit, et alterna fert vice natus opem. / Qua Titus, Alcides praecinxit tempora lauro: / Quas pater, Aonias filius hausit aguas". This incomparable book of the father and the diligent son has the elegance of a multicoloured garland plucked from the garden of twins. While the father strikes the iron: so the son nourishes the bellows ; alternately the work is created. As Titus, the father, entwines himself by the laurel, the son scoops from the spring of the Muses. The second reads: "Clarissimio ac de utraque lingua optime merito d(omino) / Aldo Manucio Daniel Finus. / Praesid … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2017-10-16 14:05:03
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
(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..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 13:41:38
Tartagni, Alessandro; Corte, Francesco; Landriano
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [US]
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2017-10-16 11:41:39
JOSEPHUS, FLAVIUS.
(In fine alla prima opera, De antiquitatibus, carta CCXXVI, recto:) Mediolani, apud Alexandrum Minutianum Ludovico Hornkid in primis suadente MDXIIII (1514). 3 parti in un vol. in-folio, cc.18 nn., CCXXVI; CXVI; LXXXI num., 1 c.nn.; leg. coeva p. perg., titolo calligrafato lungo il dorso (non gravi restauri agli spigoli). Grandi iniziali ornate, carattere romano. Titolo: ''Quae in hoc volumine continentur haec sunt: Periocha viginti librorum Antiquitatis iudaicae: ab ipso Flavio Iosippo composita.Periocha altera librorum septem de Bello iudaico.Defensio ipsius historiae de Antiquitate iudaica adversus Appionem Gramaticum Alexandrinum.Accedit Egisippi de bello similiter Iudaico elegatissima narratio.''. Rara edizione milanese delle opere di Giuseppe Flavio, stupendamente impressa. Bell'esemplare (salvo un timbro ed una firma cancellati al titolo, macchie d'umido e buchi di tarlo nel margine delle prime ed ultime carte). B.M.STC, 361. Graesse, III; 481. Cinquecentine della Trivulziana, n. 240. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:41:39
JOSEPHUS FLAVIUS
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:39:42
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 co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album [US]
2017-10-16 11:31:34
Tartagni, Alessandro; Corte, Francesco; Landriano
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-12 13:47:51
STROZZI (, Ercole & Tito "Vespasiano")
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buechel-Baur [Winnenden, Germany]
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2017-10-05 17:41:56
Speyer
Ohne 1514 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 Versand D: 5,90 EUR Genealogie Heraldik,Alte Drucke vor 1850
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat
2017-10-04 17:35:57
[HOLCOT, Robert].
(A la fin:) Basileae, Michaelem Furter, Anno Dni 1514 die vero 28 mensis Martii. in-8. 70pp. n.ch. Parchemin à rabats, avec liens (Reliure du XIXs.). Première édition publiée en Suisse de cet ouvrage sur les sept péchés capitaux, du philosophe et théologien anglais Robert Holcot (c. 1290-1349); la première édition semble avoir été publiée à Venise en 1505. "Robert Holkot belonged to the first generation of scholars to absorb and develop the views of William Ockham. He is particularly known for his "covenantal theology" and his views on human freedom within the framework of a divine command ethics. He developed an original theology grounded in Ockham's logic and metaphysics, and his works were influential into the sixteenth century". (Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy). Holkot était lié d'amitié avec Richard de Bury, l'auteur du "Philobiblon", le célèbre traité de l'amour des livres, et la tradition affirme qu'il participa à sa rédaction. Par ailleurs un autre ouvrage de morale de Holcot, est considéré comme source d'une des histoires de Chaucer (" Nun's Priest's Tale"). L'œuvre de Robert Holcot a fait l'objet de plusieurs réimpressions et études modernes. Caractères gothiques. Titre aux encres rouge et noire, texte à deux colonnes. Bel exemplaire de ce rare volume. Sur la pensée philosophique d'Holcot voir Leonard A. Kennedy, "The Philosophy of Robert Holcot, Fourtheenth-Century Skeptic (in: Studies oin the History of Philosophy, n. 27, New York, 1993) et M. Del Pra, "La proposizione comme oggeto della conoscenza scientifica nel pensiero de Robert Holcot (in: Logica e re … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: L'Ile Enchantée [France, Paris]
2017-09-28 08:11:41
Leone, Ambrogio
Giovanni Rosso, 1514. Folio (310x225 mm). lviii, [8] ll. 3 of 4 full-page engraved maps and plans by Girolamo Mocetto, but complete of the one depicting Vesuvius. Plates printed in black. A very good copy, title neatly remargined around the 11 printed lines, one quire shorter. The rare treatise devoted by the physician Leone to the ancient and modern Nola, containing the first engraved view of Vesuvius, in this copy printed in black (see item D).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2017-09-24 14:51:22
[SAMUEL MAROCCANUS.]
(Colophon: Venice, Alexander de Paganini Brixiensis, 21 February 1514). 8vo. [62] pp. BOUND UP WITH: W. LINDANUS. De optimo scripturas interpretandi genere libri III. Cologne, M. Cholinus, 1558. [ii],152 pp. Early 20th century vellum with blindtooled sides, flat spine with red label, edges coloured red. (Some pages in the first work vaguely waterstained; some wormholes in the second work throughout, partly affecting the text; library stamp on flyleaf, library tab on titlepage of second work; a fresh copy) ¶Ad 1: Tractatus contra Judeos, the popular anti-jewish tract, assumed to be written by the to islam converted mathematician and astronomer Samaw'al Ibn Yahya al-Maghribi (Samuel Marochitanus). This edition not in Adams. ¶Ad 2: Not in Adams; Willem van der Lindt (Lindanus) 1525-1588, was theoloog, eerste bisschop van Roermond en tweede bisschop van Gent. VD16 L 1936; BCNI 2649.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat BRINKMAN [Netherlands]
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2017-09-24 14:50:52
SAMUEL MAROCCANUS.]
- (Colophon: Venice, Alexander de Paganini Brixiensis, 21 February 1514). 8vo. [62] pp. BOUND UP WITH: W. LINDANUS. De optimo scripturas interpretandi genere libri III. Cologne, M. Cholinus, 1558. [ii],152 pp. Early 20th century vellum with blindtooled sides, flat spine with red label, edges coloured red. (Some pages in the first work vaguely waterstained; some wormholes in the second work throughout, partly affecting the text; library stamp on flyleaf, library tab on titlepage of second work; a fresh copy) Ad 1: Tractatus contra Judeos, the popular anti-jewish tract, assumed to be written by the to islam converted mathematician and astronomer Samaw'al Ibn Yahya al-Maghribi (Samuel Marochitanus). This edition not in Adams. Ad 2: Not in Adams; Willem van der Lindt (Lindanus) 1525-1588, was theoloog, eerste bisschop van Roermond en tweede bisschop van Gent. VD16 L 1936; BCNI 2649.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Netherlands]
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2017-09-15 07:31:54
PLUTARQUE.
Rome, J. Mazzochi, 1514. In-4, reliure en chagrin bleu. EDITION ORIGINALE, ornée d'un superbe frontispice gravé sur bois, à décor architectural sur fond crible noir.Cette traduction latine par le vénitien Johanes Laurentius d'un des plus célèbres traités de morale de Plutarque fut imitée par ERASME et traduite en français par Antoine du Saix dans son livre La touche naifve pour esprouver lamy et le flateur, imprimée à Paris chez Simon de Colines. Une autre traduction par François Sauvage avait été publié à Paris en 1520.Exemplaire à grandes marges, incomplet du feuillet E1.Beau livre.
Bookseller: Oslo Rare Books
2017-09-08 22:42:06
Palacios Rubio, Juan López de (1450-1524).
Juan Varela de Salamanca, 1514, 13 de abril, Sevilla. 12 hojas. Encuadernación de la época con el lomo y planos parcialmente rehechos. Una sombra de humedad en la primera hoja y alguna suciedad difusa. Norton 960. Martín Abad 957. Palau 141664. Primera edición.Juan López de Palacios Rubios (Palacios Rubios, 1450 - 1524) fue un jurista español cuyo verdadero nombre es el de Juan López de Vivero. Es el redactor del famoso "Requerimiento" que lleva su nombre, leído durante la Conquista de América a los indígenas, conminándoles a someterse pacíficamente. En el texto se les informaba a los nativos que eran vasallos del monarca castellano y súbditos del papa y, en el caso de que opusiesen resistencia se les anunciaba que serían sometidos por la fuerza y convertidos en esclavos.Estudió en su ciudad natal y llegó a ser catedrático de la Universidad de Salamanca. En 1494 se le concedió la cátedra de prima de cánones en la Universidad de Valladolid, mientras ejercía funciones judiciales en la chancillería de la misma ciudad. Más adelante seguiría la carrera administrativa y alcanzaría los cargos de miembro del Consejo Real y presidente del Real Consejo de la Mesta (fundado en 1273 por Alfonso X el Sabio). Miembro del Consejo de Castilla desde 1504, por nombramiento de los Reyes Católicos, fue uno de los redactores de las Leyes de Toro (promulgadas en 1505), siendo uno de los principales defensores de la cuestión de los Justos Títulos del dominio de Castilla sobre las Indias. En concreto, en su obra Libellus de insulis oceanis hace un concienzudo razonamiento jurídico sobre la legitim … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2017-09-04 16:58:25
Reformation - Pastorale Praxis am Vorabend der Reformation - Lochmair, Michael,
Basileae [Basel], Furter. 1514 - [4], CCXXIIII Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und halbseitigem Titelholzschnitt; [8], CXX Bl., Titel in Rotdruck, Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 2 Holzschnitt-Initialen und 1 Textholzschnitt auf Bl. 22 verso. Zeitgenössisches blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln mit Spuren einer Messingschliesse. Einband stark berieben und bestoßen, Fehlstellen an den Kapitalen und Ecken, Schliesse fehlt. Exlibris im Innendeckel. Vorsatzblätter beschrieben. Durchgehend gebräunt an den Rändern teilweise stärker. I. VD16 L 2231. Adams L 1392. Hieronymus II, 132. STC 522. II. VD16 S 10235. Hieronymus II, 75. Nicht im STC und bei Adams. I. Frühe Ausgabe des erstmals 1497 erschienen Lehrbuchs für Pfarrer. Michael Lochmayr von Haideck, „eines der ausgezeichneteren Mitglieder der Wiener Universität aus der rheinischen Nation, als deren Procurator er 1471 und 1473 fungirte. Er war damals magister artium, Baccalaureus der Theologie und Licentiat der Rechte, gehörte somit drei Facultäten an. 1474 und 1479 erscheint er als Dekan der juridischen, 1481 und 1487 als Dekan der theologischen Facultät, 1474 und 1483 bekleidete er auch das Rectorat. Seit 1488 verschwindet er von der Wiener Universität und scheint um diese Zeit als Canonicus, Doctor der Theologie und des canonischen Rechts und Magister der freien Künste Nachfolger Paul Wann's († 1489) auf der Domkanzel in Passau geworden zu sein. Sein Geburts- und Sterbejahr sind unbekannt." Anton Weis in ADB 19, S. 64. Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Prediger mit seiner Gemeinde und eine … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen
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2017-08-23 23:06:12
Frederick Marryat
Used [Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform] 1514
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