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2019-08-14 19:34:48
VITALI Giano
1515. VITALI GianoEpistola de ingressu Gallorum in MediolanumJacopo Mazzochi, Rome November 15, 1515, small in-4 (14 x 20 cm), (6f.), full red polished moroccoFirst edition embellished with an architectural title frontispiece. The title is in gothic font, and the text is in Roman and Greek fonts. The last two pages of the book contains a poem by Giano Vitali dedicated to Francesco Santilio called "ne petat ubi belle excercentur."Binding in full red polished morocco, spine uniformly sunned Jansenist binding, with the title, gilt date and place, gilt roll-stamp framing the endpapers and pastedowns in marbled paper. A very tiny scratch on the spine head.An old stamp erased on the page of the frontispiece.Provenance: the library of Gianni de Marco with his book plate and his seal.The work was published by Jacopo Mazzochi, one of the most prolific publishers in Rome in the beginning of the 16th century. From 1510, he started the trend of the architectural frontispiece, an entry gate in the book (E.P. Goldschmidt).In this open letter addressed to his friend, Ottavio Silvio, the humanist poet Giano Vitali relates, an eyewitness account of the triumphant entrance of Francis I of France in Milan and siege the of the imperial city. The monarch, inspired by the Italian war undertaken by Charles VII twenty years earlier, claimed possession of the duchy of Milan. In the spring of 1515, after having assembled 30,000 men, he marched on Italy, succeeding in thwarting the Swiss blockade on the route of Mont-Cenis. The victory of Marignan occurred several months later, the 16th of October 15 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts (paris-rare-books) [France, FR]
2019-08-13 10:56:36
Lactantius Lucius Caecilius Firmianus
Venice: Aldi, et Andreae Soceri, 1515. First Edition. Hardcover (Half Leather). Very Good Condition. Rebound in half polished calf over brown cloth, early notes on title and scattered marginalia in an early hand, some trimmed when rebound, early underlining in red scattered thorugh. Old endpapers retained with notes on the text. Very clean overall, the Greek and Latin glossary at rear. (16) 348 (12) leaves. Without the 48 leaf Tertullianus that often accompanies it. Ahmanson-Murphy 132. First Aldine edition. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046876.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-08-08 06:44:12
Agostino de MUSI detto "Agostino VENEZIANO" (Venezia 1490 ca. - Roma 1536/38)
Bulino, 1515-30 circa, privo di firma e dati editoriali. Da un soggetto di Baccio Bandinelli. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. La scena rappresenta due anziani filosofi, ciascuno con un libro nelle mani, con una posizione reciproca dei corpi che indica un voler prendere distanza l'uno dall'altro, forse a voler significare due ideologie diverse. Bartsch suppone che l'incisione derivi da un disegno attribuito a Baccio Bandinelli. L'opera è rarissima. Engraving, circa 1515-30, without date and signature. After Baccio Bandinelli. A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, very good condition. The scene depicts two old philosophers holding open books, walking away from each other as if in anger; a windowed niche in background. Bartsch suggests that this engraving was done after a drawing attributed to Baccio Bandinelli. A very rare work. Bartsch XIV.330.439.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-03 08:44:55
Agostino de MUSI detto "Agostino VENEZIANO" (Venezia 1490 ca. - Roma 1536/38)
Bulino, 1515-30 circa, monogrammato in lastra: AV, in basso a sinistra. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. La scena mostra un soldato romano, con un elaborato elmo, in piedi, circondato da parti di un'armatura, accanto ad un altare fiammante. La figura del soldato deriva da quella di Alcibiade della Scuola di Atene di Raffaello. Il disegno con lo studio di nudo e di drappeggio, in controparte rispetto all'incisione, è conservato al British Museum (inv. 1956-7-13-500), e oggi ritenuto autografo di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, avanti l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca. Bellissima prova, con diffuso tono di lastra, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana non leggibile, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Timbro della collezione D'ARENBERG al verso (Lugt, 567). Engraving, circa 1515 - 1530, signed with monogram 'AV' on slab in foreground. After Raphael The scene depicts a young Roman warrior wearing an elaborate helmet and surrounded by pieces of armour, standing in front of a flaming altar. The warrior derives from the figure of Alcibiades in Raphael's School of Athens. Example of the first state (of two), before Salamanca's excudit. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, with unidentified watermark trimmed close to platemark, some soiling, otherwise in good conditions. Ex collection D'ARENBERG (Lugt, 567). Bartsch XIV.358.483; Passavant VI.63.116; Raphael Invenit, p. 39, no. IV.4
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-26 19:22:46
Agostino de MUSI detto "Agostino VENEZIANO" (Venezia 1490 ca. - Roma 1536/38)
Bulino, 1515-20, privo di dati editoriali. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, sporadiche fioriture visibili sul verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La scena mostra Venere sdraiata su una sporgenza rocciosa; la sua mano sinistra tesa ad accarezzare la guancia di Eros che tiene in mano una torcia ardente. L'opera è ritenuta da Bartsch creazione di Giulio Romano, incisa da Agostino Veneziano. Armano, invece, indica Raimondi quale incisore della splendida lastra. Due timbri di collezione al verso: uno della collezione Johann Melchior von Birckenstock (Lugt 345), ed uno non leggibile. Bellissima prova di questa rarissima incisione. Engraving, circa 1515-20, without date and signature. A magnificient proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to the platemark, just occasional foxing on the back, otherwise in very good condition. The scene depicts Venus recumbent on a rocky ledge, her outstretched left hand stroking the cheek of Eros who holds a burning torch. Bartsch suggests that this engraving is by Agostino Veneziano after Giulio Romano; Armano however, considers that the engraver could be Raimondi. Ex collection Johann Melchior von Birckenstock (Lugt 345). A fine example of this very rare work. Bartsch XIV.239.318
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-25 16:33:22
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
"Bulino, 1515 circa, non datato, siglato in lastra con la tavoletta, in basso al centro. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre. Da una xilografia di Albrecht Dürer. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera è una traduzione a bulino di una xilografia del Dürer, della ""Piccola Passione di Cristo"". La scena rappresenta Gesù, legato ad una colonna, percosso da due uomini, mentre sulla sinistra assistono altre tre figure. La stampa appartiene alla serie di 37 stampe dedicate alla Passione di Cristo realizzate a bulino su rame, copie dalla nota serie della piccola passione su legno di Albrecht Dürer. Della serie si conoscono tre diversi stati, uno senza numerazione, il secondo con ogni esemplare numerato in basso a destra, ed un terzo stato con la numerazione inserita nella tavoletta. Raimondi copia tutti gli episodi, compreso il frontespizio, nello stesso verso, con evidente intento riproduttivo e perfino imitando con il bulino la tecnica xilografica. Omette però in questo caso il monogramma di Dürer, contrariamente a quanto avviene per altre copie dall'artista tedesco, per le quali invece si sospetta un intento di falsificazione vera e propria. La datazione delle copie di Raimondi da questa serie dovrebbe risalire alla metà del secondo decennio del XVI secolo (in ogni caso costituisce un terminus post quem la data dell'edizione del 1511), quando Marcantonio si trovava a Roma a capo di una fiorente bottega divenuta celebre soprattutto per i soggetti copiati da Raffaello. La mancanza della sigla del … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-25 16:33:21
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, circa 1515-16, siglato con la tavoletta in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Splendida prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, leggere abrasioni e piccoli restauri visibili al verso, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. La Galatea di Raimondi, menzionata anche dal Vasari, è strettamente vicina al celebre affresco di Raffaello nella Villa Farnesina di Roma, che si ritiene iniziato nel 1511 e completato l'anno successivo. L'incisione è considerata una delle più complesse e riuscite del Raimondi, e anche una delle poche opere che potrebbe essere basata direttamente su un dipinto. Probabilmente proprio questi due aspetti, hanno causato una controversia relativa non solo all'attribuzione e datazione della Galatea, ma anche alla natura della fonte utilizzata. Se infatti Mariette, Bartsch e Delaborde celebrano l'opera come una delle migliori di Marcantonio, Kristeller ne considera erronea l'attribuzione e Davidson prova a suggerisce la partecipazione di Agostino Veneziano nell'esecuzione. I dubbi riguardano la tecnica scomposta delle linee e l'uso irregolare del puntinato sulla superficie delle figure, che conferiscono all'incisione una delicatezza velata, lontana dalla resa scultorea delle forme che Marcantonio applica dopo il 1512, con un uso del bulino che appare più controllato e raffinato. Il modello utilizzato da Marcantonio potrebbe essere stato o il disegno finito, preparatorio per l'affresco, oppure l'affresco stesso. Infatti, le corrispondenze tra il bulino e l'affresco sono numerose e puntuali. O … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-17 21:44:14
BEMBO, Pietro.
Impresso in Vinegia, nelle case d'Alessandro Paganino, del mese di aprile dell'anno 1515. in-24, (103x54 mm), ff. CXXVI, (2), (numerati in basso a destra, i ff. XVI e XCIIII num. XVII e XCIII, Segn.: A-P⁸ Q⁸, manca l'ultimo bianco), legatura veneziana di poco posteriore con nodo alla greca centrale ed elementi vegetali, il tutto entro cornicetta con greche (piccoli difetti alle cerniere di piede). L'anno di svolta nelle scelte editoriali di Alessandro Paganini fu proprio il 1515, quando iniziò a pubblicare una serie di libri in un piccolo formato quasi ignoto prima di allora, utilizzando un carattere ibrido tra il tondo e il corsivo, da lui disegnato, in uno specchio di stampa di 84 x 39 mm. Il suo nome è quindi nella storia della stampa grazie all'invenzione del formato in 24°, ottenuto stampando in formato in-ottavo su un foglio tagliato in tre parti con un carattere di 2,4 mm per linea, che rendeva necessario l'uso di lenti e pinzette per la composizione tipografica. Rarissima edizione, censita in sole 4 biblioteche pubbliche italiane (Convento francescano Dongo, Biblioteca Alessandrina a Roma, Queriniana e Marciana di Venezia). Esemplare con perdite di testo al foglio del titolo e restauri al margine esterno bianco del secondo e terzo foglio, ma in bella rilegatura quasi coeva. . Edit 16 v. 2 p. 92 n. 1172. A.Nuovo, p. 37-62: "La collezione in ventiquattresimo è uno dei nodi dell'editoria di Alessandro: le è affidato un programma preciso e coerente... converrà tenere presente le invenzioni e gli spunti fecondissimi di Aldo e da questi ricostruire un disegno che, con mi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-06-21 08:57:44
Lactantius (c. 240-320 a.c.)
1515. Autor/es: Lactantius (c. 240-320 a.c.) Editorial: Imp. Aldus y Andrea suegro. Fecha Edición: 1515. Lengua de Publicación: grec,latín. Estado: BIEN. Subtítol: De ira Dei, liber I. De opificio Dei. liber I. Epitome in libros suos liber acephalos. Phoenix. Carmen de Dominica resurrectione. Ciudad: Venecia. Páginas: 16 h., 348 fol., 12 h. Descripción 16 h., 348 fol., 12 h. (sign. Aa-bb8, a-z8, A-Y8). Anotaciones manuscritas a lo largo del texto del siglo XVI. Tipografía itálica, texto en latín y alguna parte en griego. Ejemplar con buenos márgenes. Marca aldina de la áncora y el delfín en portada y colofón. Magnífico ejemplar de esta edición aldina con una elegante encuadernación en plena piel realizada por Manuel Bueno, de estilo renacentista, en la que se han conservado los restos de la encuadernación original, con uso de unas ruedas con motivos florales y pequeñas estrellas en forma de flor. Sinopsi: El título que sigue es: "De ira Dei, liber I. De opificio Dei. liber I. Epitome in libros suos liber acephalos. Phoenix. Carmen de Dominica resurrectione". [Sigue:] Tertullianus. 4 h., 48 p. (sign. AA-FF8). Lucio Cecilio (o Celio) Firmiano Lactancio (s. III d.C.) autor cristiano de la antigüedad, naciod en el Norte de África.Es considerado como uno de los fundadores de la Patrística. La obra de Lactancio fundamenta con argumentos los principios cristianos y los argumenta, criticando los autores y la religión pagana (estoicos, epícureos, politeísmo, etc.), aún así también se consideró un autor poco ortodoxo. Su concepción de la condición humana es pesimista por los principi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquària Malda, Llibreria [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-06-05 21:23:46
BEMBO Pietro
Vinegia,: nelle Case d'Aldo Romano & d'Andrea Asolano suo suocero, Mese di Maggio del 1515. Vinegia, nelle Case d'Aldo Romano & d'Andrea Asolano suo suocero, Mese di Maggio del 1515. In-16 p. (mm. 152x82), p. pergamena antica (risg. rifatti), 129 cc. num., con l'ancora aldina al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta bianca. Dedica a Madonna Lucretia Estense Borgia, Duchessa di Ferrara. Celebre opera del Bembo in cui viene esaltato l'amor platonico; conobbe un grandissimo successo ed ebbe numerose ristampe. Cfr. Renouard, p. 72: “Cette édition est copiée sur la première de 1505; on y retrouve la préface de P. Bembo à Lucretia Borgia, supprimée dans la plupart des exemplaires de la première édition. En 1530 seulement, Bembo réimprima cet ouvrage, avec des changements et des corrections; non pas chez les Alde, mais chez ‘Gio. Antonio e fratelli da Sabbio'” - Gamba, 132 (in nota). Frontesp. e ultima carta restaur. per piccola manc., altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2019-06-05 07:01:57
BEMBO Pietro
Vinegia,: nelle Case d'Aldo Romano & d'Andrea Asolano suo suocero, Mese di Maggio del 1515. Vinegia, nelle Case d'Aldo Romano & d'Andrea Asolano suo suocero, Mese di Maggio del 1515. In-16 p. (mm. 152x82), p. pergamena antica (risg. rifatti), 129 cc. num., con l'ancora aldina al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta bianca. Dedica a Madonna Lucretia Estense Borgia, Duchessa di Ferrara. Celebre opera del Bembo in cui viene esaltato l'amor platonico; conobbe un grandissimo successo ed ebbe numerose ristampe. Cfr. Renouard, p. 72: “Cette édition est copiée sur la première de 1505; on y retrouve la préface de P. Bembo à Lucretia Borgia, supprimée dans la plupart des exemplaires de la première édition. En 1530 seulement, Bembo réimprima cet ouvrage, avec des changements et des corrections; non pas chez les Alde, mais chez ‘Gio. Antonio e fratelli da Sabbio'” - Gamba, 132 (in nota). Frontesp. e ultima carta restaur. per piccola manc., altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-05-31 08:47:36
Lucretius Carus, Titus
(Venice: Aldus Manutius & Andrea Torresani, 1515. Aldus Manutius. Octavo. (xvi), (126), (iii)pp. This is the second edition of Lucretius' Epicurean poem, and the last book printed in Aldus' lifetime. Renouard states that this edition is "effectivement bien supérieure à la très-rare édition de 1500." Bound in contemporary full vellum over boards. All edges red. Light dampstain in lower margin of several leaves affecting the later gatherings, otherwise a bright, clean copy with ample margins. (Renouard 74.11).
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [US]
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2019-05-30 08:51:41
Lucretius Carus, Titus
(Venice: Aldus Manutius & Andrea Torresani, 1515. Aldus Manutius. Octavo. (xvi), (126), (iii)pp. This is the second edition of Lucretius' Epicurean poem, and the last book printed in Aldus' lifetime. Renouard states that this edition is "effectivement bien supérieure à la très-rare édition de 1500." Bound in contemporary full vellum over boards. All edges red. Light dampstain in lower margin of several leaves affecting the later gatherings, otherwise a bright, clean copy with ample margins. (Renouard 74.11).
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2019-05-30 08:51:41
Lucretius Carus, Titus
(Venice: Aldus Manutius & Andrea Torresani, 1515). Aldus Manutius. Octavo. (xvi), (126), (iii)pp. This is the second edition of Lucretius' Epicurean poem, and the last book printed in Aldus' lifetime. Renouard states that this edition is "effectivement bien supérieure à la très-rare édition de 1500." Bound in contemporary full vellum over boards. All edges red. Light dampstain in lower margin of several leaves affecting the later gatherings, otherwise a bright, clean copy with ample margins. (Renouard 74.11).
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers [USA]
2019-05-29 22:42:56
Lucretius Carus, Titus
Aldus Manutius & Andrea Torresani, (Venice, 1515. Octavo. (xvi), (126), (iii)pp. This is the second edition of Lucretius' Epicurean poem, and the last book printed in Aldus' lifetime. Renouard states that this edition is "effectivement bien supérieure à la très-rare édition de 1500." Bound in contemporary full vellum over boards. All edges red. Light dampstain in lower margin of several leaves affecting the later gatherings, otherwise a bright, clean copy with ample margins. (Renouard 74.11). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers, Inc., ABAA [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-03-29 19:56:18
Heynlin, Johann (1425?-1496) [Lapide, Johannes de]
[Colofón:] In . Cesaraugustana ciuitate: .Georgij coci alemani, . viii. die mensis nouembris anno dominice Incarnationis Millesimo qn centesimo decimo quinto. [i.e. 3 nov. 1515].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 8º, (208x146 mm).- [32] h., [32, blanca]; sign.: a-d8 [d8, blanca]; portada en rojo; texto a dos tintas; letra gótica; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación moderna muda en pergamino, con caja de protección en tela granate; planos con supralibris grabado en dorado de la corona de Aragón. Mínima pérdida en puntas inferiores de portada y d7. Magnífico ejemplar, fresco, limpio, sin anotaciones ni subrayados, con amplios márgenes, de esta hermosísima impresión.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Martín Abad, Post-incunables, 1153; Norton, 674; Palau, 131407; Sanchez, 66.- // Bellísima edición zaragozana del "Resolutorium" de Jean de Lapide dirigido al clero con poca formación. Una perspectiva muy diferente para la estandarización del rito de la misa que la de los "Ordo missae" (ver nuestra ref C-1138) es la que contiene la obra de Johann Heynlin, el "Resolutorium dubiorum circa celebratione missarum occurrentium", que Coci imprimera junto a la primera edición del "Ordinarium missae" en 1506, haciendo posteriormente ediciones separadas o integradas en un mismo volumen junto a otr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-26 10:45:16
PETRARCA Francesco
s.l. (Toscolano),: (P. Alex. Paganini), s.d. (tra il 1515 e il 1520). s.l. (Toscolano), (P. Alex. Paganini), s.d. (tra il 1515 e il 1520). In-16 p. (mm. 150x91), cartoncino rustico antico (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 178 cc.num., 18 cc.nn., testo in carattere corsivo. Al verso dell'ultima carta si legge: “P. Alex. Pag.(anini) / Benacenses. / .F. / Bena. / .V. .V.” Vi sono contenuti: Sonetti et Canzoni di Messer Francesco Petrarcha in Vita e in Morte di Madonna Laura - Triomphi di M. F. Petrarcha (d'Amore, della Castita', della Morte, della Fama, del Tempo, della Divinita') - Indici - con “Supplemento”: Canzone di Guido Cavalcanti (‘Donna mi prega: perche voglio dire'), di Dante (‘Cosi nel mio parlar voglio esser aspro'), di Cino da Pistoia (‘La dolce vista, el bel guardo soaue') - Canzone a M. F. Petrarca di Geri Gianfigliacci (‘Messer Francesco chi d'amor sospira'), di Giovanni di Dondi (‘Io non so ben s'io vedo quel, ch'io veggio'), di Sennuccio del Bene (‘Oltra l'usato modo si regira'), di Giacopo Colonna (‘Se le parti del corpo mio destrutte') - Canzone di M. F. Petrarca trovata in un antico libro “Quel ch'ha nostra natura in se piu degno”.. Cfr. Brunet,V,546: “Edition imprimée de 1515 à 1520, avec de jolis caractères ital., semblables à ceux des Alde, et copiée, à quelques légères différences, sur l'édition de 1514. Elle a 178 ff. chiffrés, plus le supplément ordinaire et la table non chiffrés” - Graesse,V,225, per la stessa ediz. ma senza supplemento e indice, pone come data 1515-1516. Antichi appunti sulla vita del Petrarca scritti a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-03-25 15:45:32
Burckard, Johannes [Johannes Buchardus] (ca1445-1506)
S.l: s.n, s.d, pero Zaragoza: Jorge Coci, 1515. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 8º, (208x146 mm.).- XXVII h., [1] h. en blanco; sign.: a4, b-d8 [d8 blanca]; portada en rojo; texto a dos tintas; letra gótica; apostillas marginales en rojo.- // Encuadernación moderna muda en pergamino, con caja de protección en tela granate; planos con supralibris grabado en dorado de la corona de Aragón. Magnífico ejemplar, fresco, limpio, sin anotaciones ni subrayados, con amplios márgenes, de esta hermosísima impresión.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en recto de última hoja blanca, 'Sr. Ramón Gracián'.- // Refs.: Martín Abad, Post-Incunables, 1153; Norton, 674; Palau, 37205 nota; Sánchez, 87.- // Bellísima edición zaragozana del "Ordo Missae" elaborado por Johannes Burckard para estandarizar el su rito romano. Durante la Edad media el rito de la misa estuvo lejos de estar normalizado. Las diferentes órdenes religiosas y los diferentes territorios poseían su propia tradición que estandarizaron más o menos al margen los unos de los otros (para la orden dominicana, por ejemplo, véase nuestra ref. C-1219). En el caso de la sede pontificia, en el s. XV se asumió parcialmente la ordenación del rito como la tenían establecida los franciscanos, quedando recogido en el Missale romanum de 1474, el primero impreso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-11 14:59:52
PEURBACH, Georg von
Paris: Michel Lesclencher for J. Petit and R. Chaudière, 1515. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (256 x 188 mm). [1] 2-91 [1] leaves, roman foliation. Signatures: a8 b-p6. Black letter type, text in double column, large woodcut of Petit's device on title, full-page illustration of an armillary sphere by Oronce Finé on verso, woodcut decorative initials, several woodcut astronomical diagrams in text, colophon on final leaf recto. Rebound in modern half calf over marbled boards, spine lettered and ruled in gilt, all edges gilt, new endpapers. Internally quite clean and bright with only very minor brown spotting, several small closed wormholes throughout, mostly marginal but one in middle of leaves sometimes touching text, including the full-page illustration on verso of title, the small loss skilfully supplied in pen manuscript, worming stronger in upper margin of gatherings e-i, larger repair in corner of e5 (not affecting text), a few clean closed tears including a longer one across leaf d6 (without loss). Provenance: Sotheby's Sale Nov. 2, 1981, lot 130. A fine, expertly restored copy, collated complete. ---- Houzeau-Lancaster 2252; Mortimer/Harvard French, 432; DSB XV, Suppl. 1, p.475-6. - FIRST PARIS PRINTING as an independent work, with a commentary by Francesco Capuano and Silvestro Mazzolini da Priero. Of exceptional rarity, only two copies have appeared at auction in the past 40 years (our copy and an incomplete copy lacking the title-page). The work contains the earliest known woodcut by Oronce Finé, an illustration of the armillary sphere wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-03-11 14:13:03
SACROBOSCO, Johannes de
Paris: Jean Petit, 1515. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. August 1515. Folio (270 x 190 mm) LXXXI (i.e. 79) leaves, woodcut printer's device on title-page, woodcut initials, woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text, without the final blank. Printed in Gothic letter, two columns. Signatures: a-m6 n-o4 (-o4), print date from colophon on n4 verso. 17th-century limp vellum (restored, cover soiled, extremities rubbed, lacking free endpapers but stubs of vellum manuscript preserved). Text only very little browned, occasional mainly marginal brown spotting, tear in leaf d3 slightly affecting woodcut diagram on verso, a few text corrections and markings in ink. A very good copy. ---- Honeyman 2726; Shaaber H325; Moreau II, 1515/1216. - RARE EDITION by Petit with the commentary of the astrologer and mathematician Pedro Cirvelo (1470-1548) who includes the recent discoveries of the New World. Sacrobosco's Sphaera is one of the great Renaissance books. It was the most important work on astronomy, next to Ptolemy's, in the Age of Discovery. Printed in Paris in gothic type, this edition closely follows the 1498 edition also reprinted and published in 1508 by the same Petit under the title Uberrimum Sphere mundi commentum, intersertis etiam questionibus Petri de Aliaco. In Cirvelo's commentary, he mentions how in 1491 (sic) King Ferdinand sent out sailors to the westward to seek new islands and how they returned with examples of many strange birds, exotic unguents and spices, and gold, and bringing strange blue men with square heads. For a long time this work was no … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-03-10 18:33:03
SACROBOSCO, Johannes de
Paris: Jean Petit, 1515. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Very Good. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. August 1515. Folio (270 x 190 mm) LXXXI (i.e. 79) leaves, woodcut printer's device on title-page, woodcut initials, woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text, without the final blank. Printed in Gothic letter, two columns. Signatures: (a-m)6 (n-o)4 (-o4), print date from colophon on n4 verso. 17th-century limp vellum (restored, cover soiled, extremities rubbed, lacking free endpapers but stubs of vellum manuscript preserved). Text only very little browned, occasional mainly marginal brown spotting, tear in leaf d3 slightly affecting woodcut diagram on verso, a few text corrections and markings in ink. A very good copy. ---- Honeyman 2726; Shaaber H325; Moreau II, 1515/1216. - RARE EDITION by Petit with the commentary of the astrologer and mathematician Pedro Cirvelo (1470-1548) who includes the recent discoveries of the New World. Sacrobosco's Sphaera is one of the great Renaissance books. It was the most important work on astronomy, next to Ptolemy's, in the Age of Discovery. Printed in Paris in gothic type, this edition closely follows the 1498 edition also reprinted and published in 1508 by the same Petit under the title Uberrimum Sphere mundi commentum, intersertis etiam questionibus Petri de Aliaco. In Cirvelo's commentary, he mentions how in 1491 (sic) King Ferdinand sent out sailors to the westward to seek new islands and how they returned with examples of many strange birds, exotic unguents and spices, and gold, and bringing strange blue men with … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2019-03-04 04:11:17
AULUS GELLIUS.
Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri Mense Septembir. M.D.XV, 1515. FIRST AND ONLY ALDINE EDITION. 8vo, 159 x 91 mms., foliated (with several mistakes), [36], 96, 121, 98, 123, 100, 125, 102, 127, 104 - 289 [290 - 337], collating AA-DD8 [DD8v blank], a-z8, A-T8, V4. with Aldine anchor on title-page and last page, all pages ruled in red, handsomely bound by Francois Bozerian le jeune (1765 - 1826), in straight-frain blue morocco, with interlinking gilt rings forming border on both covers, spine richly gilt in cojmpartments to a floral motif with author's and publisher's name on spine and binder's gilt signature at bottom of spine, all edges gilt, pink silk end-papers with gilt dentelles; some very slight wear to front joint, but generally a fine copy. The title-page is very lightly stained at the inner margin and might be a cancel, though I don't see a stub; "duernionem" is spelled correctly in the colophon. The Latin scholar and grammarian Aulus Gellius (c. 125 – after 180 AD) composed his only known work, Attic Nights, during long nights in Attica, and he later continued his record when he moved to Rome. The work is really more of a commonplace book. The Loeb editors and translators note that it consists of "interesting notes covering philosophy, history, biography, all sorts of antiquities, points of law, literary criticism, and lexicographic matters, explanations of old words and questions of grammar. The work is valuable because of its many excerpts from other authors whose works are lost; and because of its evidence for people's manners and occupations. Some at l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2019-03-01 18:13:29
JORNANDES (JORDANES), BISHOP OF RAVENNA - EDITIO PRINCEPS.
(Augsburg, Ioannis Miller, 1515). Folio. (28,5 x 21 cm.). Modern boards. Spine blank. Covers made of 2 incunabula-leaves with large red painted initials and rubricated (in fine facsimile ?). 25 unnumb. leaves including the fine title-page in woodcut by H. Burgkmair with portraits of king Alboinus and king Athanaric negotiating. + 44 unnumb. leaves including the colophon-leaf with large printers woodcut device. Internally fine and clean with a few faint marginal brownspots. ¶ Scarce first edition of this importent and main history of the Gothic nation<br>"Because the original work of Cassiodorus has not survived, the work of Jordanes is one of the most important sources for the period of the migration of the European tribes, and the Ostrogoths and Visigoths in particular, from the 3rd century CE. Cassiodorus had claimed to have the Gothic "folk songs" - carmina prisca (Latin) - as an important source; recent scholarship regards this as highly questionable. Its main purpose was to give the Gothic ruling class a glorious past, to match the past of the senatorial families of Roman Italy."(Wikipedia).<br>The work falls in 4 parts. The first is a general geography of the world with special details about Britain and Scanzia (Sweden) from which the Goths under their King Bering migrated to the southern coast of the Baltic, since called Lithuania. Here they differentiated into Ostrogoths and Visigoths. The second part gives the genealogy of the Amal kings, and describes the the inroads into the Roman Empire in the 3rd Century. The third part traces the history of the West Goths from … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Son [Denmark]
2019-02-28 09:56:47
VITALI Giano
- Jacopo Mazzochi, Rome 15 novembre 1515, petit in-4 (14x20cm), (6 f.), relié. - Édition originale, ornée d'un titre frontispice architectural. Titre en caractères gothiques, texte en romains et en grecs. Les deux dernières pages de l'ouvrage contiennent un poème de Giano Vitali dédié à Francesco Santilio intitulé »Ne petat ubi bella exercentur ». Reliure moderne en plein maroquin brique, dos lisse janséniste uniformément insolé, portant le titre, la date et le lieu d'édition en doré, roulette dorée en encadrement des contreplats, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve. Un très infime frottement en tête du dos. Ancien tampon effacé sur la page de frontispice. Provenance : bibliothèque de Gianni de Marco avec son ex-libris et son timbre à sec. L'ouvrage a été publié par Jacopo Mazzochi, l'un des imprimeurs les plus prolifiques de la Rome du début du XVIème siècle. Dès 1510, il initia la tendance du frontispice architectural, portique d'entrée dans le livre (E.P. Goldschmidt). Dans cette lettre ouverte adressée à son ami Ottavio Silvio, le poète humaniste Giano Vitali relate, en témoin oculaire, l'entrée triomphale de François Ier à Milan et le siège de la cité impériale. Le monarque, dans la lignée des guerres italiennes entreprises par Charles VIII vingt ans plus tôt, revendique la possession du duché de Milan. Au printemps 1515, après avoir réuni 30 000 hommes, il marche sur l'Italie, réussissant à déjouer le blocus des Suisses sur la route du Mont-Cenis. Le vainqueur de Marignan arrive plusieurs mois plus tard, le 16 octobre 1515, dans la cité milanaise. Giano Vitali r … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-02-24 03:34:11
Marco Tullio Cicerone
Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1515. Due cinquecentine in 8°, buono stato, coperta rigida in pergamena, su dorso tassello in pelle con cornice e caratteri incisi in oro, poche macchie, punte e bordo appena sfregati, dorso del II volume con piccolo foro, tracce di fioritura sparsa, tagli di colore giallo, lievemente bruniti, pagine in buono stato, con scolii e qualche sottolineatura, prime pagine del I volume con macchia d'umidità sul margine di testa. Presenta registro, indice, segnatura dei fascicoli e richiami. Sulla facciata precedente l'incipit, di entrambi i volumi timbro a secco. Opera completa. Numero Pagine 451 totali USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele [IT]
2019-02-24 03:34:05
Marco Tullio Cicerone
FIRENZE: Impressum Florentiae Sumptu Philippi Iuntae, 1515. Rilegato. BUONO. 10,4 16,6. SET0129 Orazioni di Cicerone 012 I-II USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele [Italy]
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2019-02-22 17:17:05
BEMBO Pietro
Aldine device on title page and verso of final page. 3-5-line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Italic type. 8vo (164 x 107mm). 129, [1]ff. Nineteenth-century vellum over pasteboard, with gilt tooled borders on upper and lower boards, spine with gilt bands and two morocco labels in black and red, with title lettered in gilt (spine darkened and minor chipping of labels, edges slightly bumped). Aldo Romano e Andrea Asolano. Venice, May,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-02-21 10:35:32
HYMNODY]
1515. A collection of approximately 700 hymnals dating predominantly from the 19th century but with items dating from the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 20th centuries as well. Together with approximately 70 titles relating to the history of hymnody and biographies of hymnodists.Condition ranges from good to very good overall; some of the earlier imprints have condition faults consistent with age and rarity.A full descriptive inventory of the collection is available upon request consisting of: 1. An Excel file in chronological order by date of publication 2. An Excel file arranged in alphabetical order by author 3. A Word document with detailed cataloguing of approximately 200 select items 4. A PDF containing images of select items: "Monuments in Christian Song: Select Rare Volumes from the Hymnal Collection of Gregory L. Schaefer" 5. A Word document listing 70 titles relating to the history of hymnody and biographies of hymnodists Please note that the present collection is offered for sale en bloc only.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS LLC [Syosset, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-02-21 00:49:08
ROSSETUS Petrus
1515. Fine woodcut Badius device on each title page, the second work with superb woodcut of St. Stephen flanked by two bishops, first two works with large crible initials. Ruled in red. 3 works in one vol. Small 4to (192 x 138mm). [20]ff (last blank); [12]ff; viii ff. 19th century polished calf, spine repaired. I & II. First editions of two of the French neo-latin poet Rossetus' earliest works, published by Badius. He specialized in poetry in the Virgilian style on sacred subjects. The Laurentius was his earliest published work and was soon followed by his poem on the martyrdom of St. Stephen in the following year, dedicated to Maximilien Sforza. Armstrong notes that Rossetus (d. 1532) was in Robert Estienne's circle and he is acknowledged in the preface of Estienne's 1529 edition of Terence for the special help he provided. From 1522 he is described as a poeta laureatus and he provided liminary verses for Hector Boethius' Scotorum historiae, published by Badius in 1527. (See E. Armstrong, Robert Estienne, p. 79/80). Headlines of final work just trimmed. I & II. Renouard, Badius, III, pp. 217-18. Moreau II, 1214 & 1473. Brunet IV, 1404-5. John Flood, Poets Laureate in the Holy Roman Empire, R-75. III. Renouard, Badius, II, p. 406. Moreau I, 66. Willem de Rycke with pseudo Lactantius, Nenia & Salvatoris Nostri e cruce. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-20 17:59:23
[HYMNODY]
A collection of approximately 700 hymnals dating predominantly from the 19th century but with items dating from the 16th, 17th, 18th, and 20th centuries as well. Together with approximately 70 titles relating to the history of hymnody and biographies of hymnodists. Condition ranges from good to very good overall; some of the earlier imprints have condition faults consistent with age and rarity. A full descriptive inventory of the collection is available upon request consisting of: 1. An Excel file in chronological order by date of publication 2. An Excel file arranged in alphabetical order by author 3. A Word document with detailed cataloguing of approximately 200 select items 4. A PDF containing images of select items: "Monuments in Christian Song: Select Rare Volumes from the Hymnal Collection of Gregory L. Schaefer" 5. A Word document listing 70 titles relating to the history of hymnody and biographies of hymnodists Please note that the present collection is offered for sale en bloc only.
Bookseller: J & J LUBRANO MUSIC ANTIQUARIANS [USA]
2019-02-18 09:45:25
Originalgetreues Faksimile. 121 strahlende Miniaturen von Simon Bening.
New York, Pierpont Morgan Library, MS M.399, Gent/Brügge, um 1515. Die Buchmalerei lag ihm wohl schon im Blut - bereits sein Vater war ein bekannter Buchmaler, den manche Forscher mit dem Meister des Ersten Gebetbuchs Kaiser Maximilians identifizieren, sein Onkel war der große Maler Hugo van der Goes. Simon Bening wurde um 1483 in Brügge oder Antwerpen geboren, spätestens um 1525 ist er der unumstrittene »Star« der Buchmalerszene in ganz Europa. 1530 nannte der portugiesische Diplomat und Humanist Damião de Góis ihn »den besten Meister der Buchillumination in ganz Europa« - und das zu Recht. Er perfektionierte den Bildtypus des Kalenderblattes auf revolutionäre Weise. Unser Faksimile ist eine ausgesuchte Kostbarkeit und von hohem künstlerischen Rang. Die Handschrift gibt das Stundenbuch mit 388 Folios vollständig im Originalformat und mit getreuem Randbeschnitt und bis ins kleinste Detail farbgetreu wieder. Auch der prachtvolle ziselierte Goldschnitt wird originalgetreu wiedergegeben. Die im Original glänzenden Goldaufträge, die atmosphärisch einmalige Stimmung und die intensiv strahlenden Farben werden in der Edition herausgearbeitet, ebenso die unzähligen Goldinitialen innerhalb des Textes. Der umfangreiche wissenschaftliche Kommentar wurde von Gregory T. Clark erarbeitet. Er beleuchtet die Entstehung und Geschichte der Handschrift ebenso wie ihr historisches Umfeld und enthält eine detaillierte Beschreibung der Miniaturen und Initialzierseiten und der gesamten künstlerischen Ausstattung. 12,5 x 18 cm, Veloursledereinband im Schuber, limitiert (381 Expl.). Kommentarband L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Frölich und Kaufmann [Berlin, Germany]
2019-02-13 17:48:59
LACTANTIUS, Lucius C. F.
Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri, aprile 1515. in-8 (eccezionalmente marginoso mm 163x97), ff. (16), 348, (12); privo dell'Apologeticus di Tertulliano stampato qualche mese dopo con propria segnatura e numerazione, non citato al frontespizio ma spesso rilegato insieme di pp. (4), 48. Magnifica legatura coeva di ambito tedesco in pelle di scrofa con decorazione a rotella ai piatti con cornici concentriche con figure di Profeti ed al centro placchetta con elementi vegetali; dorso a tre nervi. Ancora aldina al front. ed al verso dell'ultimo f.; nitido car. corsivo e, qua e là, car. greco. Prima edizione Aldina, curata da Aldo il Vecchio, scomparso due mesi prima del completamento; di particolare importanza è l'orazione funebre di Aldo, scritta da Giovanni Battista Egnatio, che si può leggere nella lettera-prefazione ad Antonio Trivulzio, ambasciatore del re di Francia presso la Repubblica Veneta nel 1515. La prefazione, oltre a tessere l'elogio di Aldo, è particolarmente importante perchè mette in evidenza il periodo di incertezza che la tipografia dovette affrontare dopo la sua morte: Egnatio espilcita qui il suo non voler accettare l'incarico della direzione, giustificandolo con senso di inadeguatezza, ma in realtà dovuto a contrasti con Andrea d'Asola. L'erdudito veneziano di fatto per un paio d'anni assunse ufficiosamente la responsabilità scientifica della stamperia, reddando le opere ma soprattutto scrivendone le prefazioni ed indirizzandole alle più influenti personalità dell'eopoca per cercare di mantenere il loro appoggio e far sopravvivere la celebre tipog … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2019-02-10 17:44:33
VIBIUS SEQUESTER.
(A la fin:) Impressum Parisis in aedibus Nicolai de Pratis pro Nicolao Crispino bibliopola fidelissimo Anno domini 1515. Petit in-4. 8ff. Veau brun, dos à nerfs, décor à froid et doré sur les plats (reliure moderne, dans le goût de l'époque). Première Edition publiée en France de cet ouvrage du géographe latin Vibius Sequester. C'est la troisième édition de l'ouvrage après la première de Turin (1500) et celle de Rome (1505). Les trois sont d'une grande rareté. On a peu de renseignements sur Vibius Sequester. Il était Romain et vécut entre le IV et le VIIs. Son ouvrage est une sorte de dictionnaire géographique des fleuves, fontaines, lacs, montagnes, etc. Il fut traduit en français pour la première fois en 1843. Caractères gothiques, petite gravure sur bois au centre du titre. Rousseurs. Bel exemplaire. Graesse, VI, 296. Aucun exemplaire dans le NUC.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-02-07 15:01:12
Conrad de Summenhart
Conrad de Sumenhart Septipertitum opus de contractibus pro foro conscientie atque theologico per Conradum Summenhart de Calw ... compilatum et per centum questiones digestum; ac per eundem quo ad pregnantium questionum atque habentium vberiores articulos ibidem disputatum. Hexacticon Henrici Bebelu Hagenau, Henrich Bran 17 septembre 1515 Fort et grand in-8, en lettres gothiques distribué en 100 questions imprimé en gothique de forme sur deux colonnes. Reliure en veau dos absent Portant au colophon la marque de l'imprimeur, Henrich Bran associé à Jean Rynman en la ville de Hagenaw l'année du Salut le 17ème jour du mois de septembre 1515. Très belle page de titre orné d'un encadrement architectural gravé sur bois, avec en queue les attributs et la marque d'imprimeurs disposé entre deux angelots.
Bookseller: le.cil.de.neptune [Paris, FR]
2019-02-02 14:32:35
Concoregio, Giovanni de
Venedig, Octiviani Scoti, 1515. Folio. 101 nummerierte Blätter (ohne das letzte weisse Blatt). Maroquinband des 19. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, 30254D BM Italian Books 193. - Graesse II, 247. - Hirsch VI, 645. - Index Aureliensis IX, 362. - Dritte Auflage. Concoregio (ca. 1380-1438) war Professor in Montpellier, Bologna und Pavia. Er verfasste zwei Werke "Lucidarium et flos florum medicinae" und "Summula de curis febrium ...", die 1485 zum ersten Mal erschienen. Der erste Teil ist ein Kommentar zum neunten Buch des "Liber medicinalis Almansoris" des arabischen Arztes Rhazes, das zweite Werk über Fieber basiert ebenfalls wesentlich auf arabischen Autoren. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt und stockfleckig. Die letzten 8 Blätter mit grösserem Flecken. Einbandrücken am oberen Kapital mit kleinem Abriss. - Schöner zweispaltiger Druck in gotischen Typen.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [CH]
2019-02-02 05:33:20
Grimm, Ludwig Emil (1790 Hanau ? Kassel 1863)
Radierung, nach einem Gemälde von Holbein 1515, auf Velin. 11,3:8 cm. - Radierung, auf Velin. 6,6:10,7 cm. Literatur: Stoll 118; Stoll 116, II (von II), wie beschrieben. ? Vorzügliche Abdrucke, vollrandig, leicht stockfleckig, zu den Rändern hin vergilbt und mit kleinen Einrissen. Der vor allem als Radierer tätige Grimm war 1804-1808 Schüler der Kasseler Kunstakademie bei Gottlieb Kobold (1769-1809), Andreas Range (1762-1828) und Ernst Friedrich Ferdinand Robert (1763-1843). Durch seine Brüder Jacob und Wilhelm Grimm wurde er mit Clemens Brentano (1778-1842) und Achim von Arnim (1781-1831) bekannt, mit denen er zusammenarbeitete. Wohl 1807 lernte Grimm Bettine Brentano (1785-1859) kennen, von der er zahlreiche Porträts anfertigte. In November 1808 zog er nach Landshut zu Brentano und dessen Schwager Friedrich Carl von Savigny (1779-1861). Auf ihre Vermittlung ging er nach München und erlernte Kupferstechen bei Carl Ernst Christoph Heß (1755-1828). Zugleich studierte er an der Münchner Akademie unter Andreas Seidl (1760-1834). Unterbrechung des Studiums 1814 durch Teilnahme an den Freiheitskriegen. Mit Georg Brentano reiste er im Frühjahr 1816 nach Italien, wo er zwei Monate blieb. 1817 kehrte er nach Kassel zurück. 1824 reiste Grimm zum ersten Mal nach Willingshausen und wurde zum Mitbegründer der Willingshäuser Malerkolonie, eine der ersten Malerkolonien Deutschlands. 1832 wurde er an die Kasseler Kunstakademie als Lehrer berufen.
Bookseller: Galerie Joseph Fach GmbH [Germany]
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2019-02-01 16:29:06
Antiphonal for Dominican use in Latin].
Early Dominican Antiphonal on vellum. After 1511, ca. 1515-30. Italy, Florence or Veneto. Folio, (392 x 285 mm). i + 94 leaves; I-II12, III-IV8, V-VIII6, IX-XI8, XII6, complete. Foliation in red roman numerals from fol. 2 in upper right and complemented later in arabic numerals from fol. 89 (no. 88) to end; justification: 230 x 190 mm, ruled in very fine light brown ink for 36 lines in one column, 6 red four-line staves with square musical notation plus accompanying text per page written in brown ink in a meticulous and clear liturgical rotunda. Few catchwords. Rubrics in red, versals in brown with brown penwork when following a large initials, otherwise marked in blue and red, between fols. I-XXXX (masses of 'Inventio Crucis' and 'Virgin Mary') versals are additionally decorated with penwork and touched in yellow/liquid gold, numerous illuminated one- and one-and-a-half-line initials on square grounds with decorative extensions into the margins, sometimes combining penwork and painted decoration, sometimes just penwork decoration, 4 large intricately decorated two-line penwork initials, 1 full-page frontispiece illumination on fol. 1v with a framed depiction of a red cross on black ground; this latter illumination was added later on the originally blank flyleaf, most likely together with the index, the foliation and the marginal directory notes throughout the codex in the late 16th or early 17th century. Some younger, perhaps late 16th- or early 17th-century directory annotations in the margins that correspond to the index and the foliation, some of the illuminated initial … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2019-02-01 15:17:50
ITALICUS, Silius
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. The only surviving book of the epic Roman poet Silius Italicus is 'Punica', a fascinating work on the Second Punic War. First written during the late 1st-century, 'Punica' seems to have been modeled after Virgil, Livy, and Homer and follows General Hannibal of Carthage and his military endeavors. Italicus was known for his stoic influence and focuses on concepts such as emotion, reason, and destiny, through the lens of a historical recounting of Roman military leaders Hannibal and Scipio. This 1515 Philip Junta edition, published in Florence, is an extremely important edition as it was the edition that Aldus used as the basis for his 1523 printing. Edited and collected by Ambrose Nicander. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-02-01 09:41:11
Cicerone (Marcus Tullius Cicero)
sumptu Philippi Iuntae anno DXV (1515) à christiana Salute supra mille mense Martij Leone. X. Pontifice, impressum Florentiae. Legatura 700 in pergamena rigida con titolo oro su tassello dipinto al ds. Tagli rossi. Due forellini di tarlo sul piatto anteriore. Qualche macchiolina e poche lievi ingialliture. Alcune annotazioni e sottolineature di antica mano. Nel complesso, esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Edizione molto rara non presente in Adams né in Br. Libr. Brunet II, 36. 8vo (cm. 16), 8 cc.nn. (ultima bianca), 199 cc., 1 c.nn. bianca, da c. 200 a 451, 3 cc.nn. (ultima bianca; assente una carta finale, anch essa bianca). Carattere corsivo. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-02-01 08:40:15
Lucianus:
Strassbourg J Schott, 1515. 4to. Complete. 18th c boards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dinter [Cologne, N/A, Germany]
2019-01-31 16:50:32
1515. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1515 Bible Sermons de Franciscaine Oliver Maillard Breton Monastics Mystères Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1515 Bible Sermons des mystères de moines franciscains Oliver Maillard Breton masse Exquise liaison & rares Jean Petit / impression Parvi Oliver Maillard (1430 -1502) était un prédicateur franciscain Breton. Extrêmement rares avec pas d'autres exemples à vendre dans le monde entier et aucune enchère introuvable. Auteur principal: Olivier Maillard ; Jean Petit titre: Op de sermonu [m] de diversoru [m] Novum [nous] hactenus non impressu [n] [m]... quod merito sous-sections [n] tu [m]... publié: Parisii : In domo Joannis Parvi, [1515] Langue: Latin Notes & contenu: · 1er Édition le 1521 manuscrite sur page de titre ; commun supposé datant de ce travail n'est pas 1521, mais plutôt de 1515 · Icônes de l'imprimante incroyable gravure sur bois LIVRAISON GRATUITE DANS LE MONDE ENTIER porter: porter comme on le voit sur les photos Reliure: reliure de cuir serré et sûr Pages: avec toutes les pages ; plus index, préfaces et tel Éditeur: Parisii : In domo Joannis Parvi, [1515] Taille: ~ 6,5 en X 4 pouces (1 6,5 cm x 10 cm) LIVRAISON GRATUITE DANS LE MONDE ENTIER Livraison: Très rapide. Très sûr. Frais de port offerts dans le monde entier. Garantie de satisfaction: Satis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-31 15:56:38
Condition: Acceptable. Cordus, Valerius, 1515-1544. Coudenberg, Pierre, 1520?-1594?, Dissaudeau, François, d. 1623, Dubois, Jacques, 1478-1555, L'Obel, Matthiàs de, 1538-1616, Rondelet, Guillaume, 1507-1566. Valerii Cordi Dispensatorium, sive Pharmacorum conficiendorum ratio / Cum Petri Coudenbergii, & Matthiae Lobelii scholiis, emendationibus, & auctariis. Accessit hac editione, praeter Guilielmi Rondeletii De theriaca tractatum, emendatiorem; & Formulas selectiorum pharmacorum, quorum post Val. Cordum usus passim receptus est, auctiores: alius Fr. Dissaldei ejusdem argumenti libellus; & novissime alia nonnulla hactenus nondum edita calci libri adjecta sunt. Lugduni Batavorum : Ex officinâ Joannis Maire. 1651 Vellum binding Flyleaf and first title page missing, as well as back flyleaf. Upper corner of text block has some light waterstaing throughout, mildew spots pp 379-419. Pp 185 and 343 have very small ink spot not affecting text. Original vellum binding, however sewn through spine to attach loose signature. Vellum discolored. Needs a bookbinder's tender mercies. Small Octavo 749 pp plus 15 page Index. 2 small illus in text pp 385,195. Contents include : Dispensatorium, De Venenis Eorumdemque Antidotis Seu Alexipharmacorum, Francisci Joelis - De Curatione Morborum in Genere, Tabula Referens Capulas pp 489-503 Rondelet's De Theriaca Tractatus, Formulae electorium Pharmacorum, quorum usus post Valierium Cordum, Ex ultima Matthiae Lobelii recognitione and Dissalde's Pharmaconetes, sive pharmacitis biblos, Tabella pp 715-721, De Simplicibus medicamentis in Omnibus 722-728. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Haunted Bookshop [West Boylston, Massachusetts, US]
2019-01-31 12:38:58
CATULLUS Gaius Valerius
1515. Aldus device on title page and verso of final blank. 2-8 line initial spaces, all with guide letters. Italic type. 8vo (147 x 88mm). 148, [2]ff. Vellum over pasteboards, marbled front and rear paste-downs, with title inked direct onto spine (extremities a little bumped). Venice, In Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri, March Complete second Aldine edition of the poetry of three of the principal Roman practitioners of the lyric and elegiac forms. After Aldus the Elder?s letter to Venetian diarist and historian Marino Sanudo (1466-1536), the poetry of Gaius Catullus is followed by that of Albius Tibullus; an excerpt from Ovid?s Amores mourning Tibullus? premature death at a young age; and finally the four surviving books of the elegies of Sextus Propertius, Tibullus? contemporary and rival. In the prefatory letter from Aldus to Sanudo, Aldus comments on the convenience and portability of the small format. Notes in brown ink throughout, ?dio mio omnipotente? and ?Sig.re Camilla Benila, dulce signore? on final 2ff. Staining of title page and final leaf, with neat repair in upper final leaf; otherwise good condition. Renouard, p.70, no. 1. BMSTC (Italian), p.161. Adams, C1139. UCLA Ahmanson-Murphy, no.131.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-01-30 00:56:51
Lucano Marco Anneo.
in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri, 1515. In-8° (cm. 15,5), legatura del XVIII secolo in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello marocchino al dorso, tagli spruzzati, risguardi marmorizzati; cc. 137 [4] con àncora alla penultima carta, ultima c.b., in ottimo stato; piccole integrazioni alla c.a8, Ex libris a timbro privato al risguardo. Seconda edizione di Aldo «copiée sur celle de 1502 avec la même préface à Mauroceno et les mêmes pièces à la fin» [Renouard 72, 6]. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [IT]
2019-01-29 19:22:08
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1515 Silius Italicus Punica Seconde Punique War Rome Philip Junta Epic Latin Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1515 Silius Italicus PUNICA seconde guerre punique ROME Philip junte épique poésie latine Le seul survivant livre du poète épique romain Silius Italicus est « Punica », un ouvrage fascinant sur la deuxième guerre punique. Tout d'abord rédigés au cours de la fin 1er-siècle, « Punica » semble avoir été modelé après Virgile, Tite-Live et Homer et suit le général Hannibal de Carthage et ses efforts militaires. Italicus était connu pour son stoïque influencer et se concentre sur des concepts comme l'émotion, la raison et destin, à travers le prisme d'un récit historique de dirigeants militaires romains, Hannibal et Scipion. Cette édition de Philip Junta 1515, publiée à Florence, est une édition extrêmement importante, comme c'était l'édition de Aldus utilisé comme base pour son impression de 1523. Édité et collectées par Ambrose Nicander. Numéro d'article : #3394 Prix : $1500 ITALICUS, Silius Silii Italici opus de bello punico secundo, summa cura Ambrosii Nicandri castigatum restitutum multis carminibus quae in aliis desiderantur. Firenze, opéra & sumptu I de Filippo Giunta, 1515. Détails: · Nombre de pages : Complet avec toutes les pages le [3], 4-208 le Colophon : Fl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-29 19:21:58
PTOLEMAEUS, Claudius
Venise, Petrus Liechtenstein, 1515. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (2), 152 ff Reliure : Vélin. (Reliure récente dans le style de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. Un simple résumé avait été publié en 1496. Cette édition suit la traduction du XIIe siècle de Gérard de Crémone d'après un manuscrit arabe. Nombreux bois gravés dans le texte et grande marque d'imprimeur en noir et rouge au dernier feuillet. Coins des feuillets jaunis à partir du f. 90, quelques trous de vers rebouchés en marge, le papier a été discrètement lavé. Bon exemplaire. *-------* First edition. A mair summary had been printed in 1496. This is the 12th century translation of Gherardo da Cremona from an Arabic manuscript. "Ptolemy's chief work in astronomy, and the book on which his later reputation mainly rests, is the Almagest. It is a manual covering the whole of mathematical astronomy as the ancients conceived it. The Almagest is a masterpiece of clarity and method, superior to any ancient scientific textbook and with few peers from any period." DSB XI, 187. "Ptolemy here presents the earth as the center of the universe but not of the planetary orbits, and rejects the theory of the earth's free suspension... Although a mathematical treatise, the Almagest relates to astronomy in its applications. Books VII and VIII comprise a catalogue of stars." Stillwell, The awakening interest in sciences 97. Numerous woodcut diagrams in the text and printer's device in black and red on last folio.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2019-01-29 00:44:53
MACROBE, Ambrosius Theodosius
Florentinae: Philippi Junte, 1515. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1515 1st Ed Macrobius Saturnalia Dream Scipio 'Occult' Pagan Philosophy Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1 1515er Ed Macrobius Saturnales rêve Scipion occulte Pagan philosophie astronomie « Bonnes lois sont produites par des mauvaises actions. » - Macrobe, Saturnales Macrobe était un 5e-savant romain siècle connu pour ses travaux du platonisme au moyen âge. Ses œuvres les plus connues et souvenir sont « Somnium Sciponis » ou « Commentaire sur Dream de Scipion de Cicéron » et « Saturnales » qui est une collection d'anecdotes religieuses romaines et esquisses historiques. « Commentaire sur Dream de Scipion » a été le plus largement citée et référencée livre au moyen-age. Il est important pour donner des distances astronomiques - une des premières estimations du diamètre du soleil. Son approche philosophie anti-chrétienne est apparu dans « Dream » tel qu'il a cherché à décrire la création d'une manière pseudo-scientifique stoïque. Selon Shirley, « Son commentaire néoplatonicienne sur Cicéron comprend, parmi de nombreuses références pour les pseudosciences, un concept géographique qui est différent de celui de Ptolémée. Le monde habité au nord de l'Équateur est équilibré par un continent austral et divisé de celle-ci par l'eau. » Ceci est il … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-17 18:34:59
POTTIER André & AUDOT J.G.
Paris: POTTIER André & AUDOT J.G. First edition of the first major study on the sculptor Jean Goujon (c. 1515 - c. 1568) who played a key role in the French School of sculpture.Bottle-green Bradel half paper over marbled paper boards, spine with gilt fillets, navy blue shagreen title piece, edges of covers rubbed.With 85 hors texte engravings, of which 3 double page, accompanied by an explicatory text on each of the monuments for which Goujon provided sculptures.With an essay on the life and works of Jean Goujon at end.A little scattered spotting affecting both text and plates.Rare. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts [France, FR]
2019-01-12 06:53:50
SACROBOSCO, Johannis de
Paris: Joannis Petit, 1515. Paris, Joannis Petit, 1515.En folio. 78 ff. [i.e.76]. Encuadernación en pergamino moderno. Tipografía gótica a dos tamaños y texto a dos columnas. Marca del impresor Petit en la portada, xilografía de esfera armillar en verso de a5 rodeada por Astronomía, Urania y Ptolomeo, mapa del cielo y las estrellas en b5r, mapa de los trópicos en l1r, otras xilografías al texto incluyendo la representación de los eclipses, figuras geométricas, etc. Magnífica edición de la "Esfera del Mundo", la obra básica de astronomía, anotada y adicionada por el aragonés Pedro Ciruelo. Sacrobosco fue el primero en calcular las discrepancias existentes entre el calendario Juliano y el calendario solar actual, proponiendo un remedio prácticamente idéntico al que puso en práctica el Papa Gregorio XIII en el siglo XVI. Toma numerosas ideas de Ptolomeo, pero a la vez muestra un gran conocimiento de las obras de los astrónomos arábigos medievales; incluye la descripción , naturaleza y forma de la tierra, la división de ella en sus zonas climáticas, y el posicionamiento de las estrellas. Ciruelo hizo numerosas consideraciones matemáticas, astronómicas y filosóficas.
Bookseller: Grupo Editorial Rosa Maria Porrúa [MEX]
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2018-12-29 19:33:44
MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Theodosius
Florentinae: Philippi Junta, 1515. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "Good laws are produced by bad actions." - Macrobius, Saturnalia Macrobius was a 5th-century Roman scholar known for his works of Platonism during the Middle Ages. His most well-known and remembered works are 'Somnium Sciponis', or 'Commentary on Cicero's Dream of Scipio' and 'Saturnalia' which is a collection of Roman religious anecdotes and historical sketches. 'Commentary on Dream of Scipio' was the most widely cited and referenced book in the Middle Ages. It is important for giving astronomical distances - one of the earliest estimations of the diameter of the sun. His anti-Christian approach to philosophy was evident in 'Dream' as he sought to describe Creation in a stoic pseudo-scientific manner. According to Shirley, "His Neo-platonic commentary on Cicero includes, among many references to the pseudo-sciences, a geographic concept which is different from that of Ptolemy. The inhabited world north of the Equator is balanced by a southern continent and divided from it by water." This is illustrated with a woodcut on the verso of leaf 71 of the 1515 Giunta edition. 'Saturnalia' contains a variety of discussions on Greek and Roman history, mythology, and Latin grammar. It is one of the earliest written works describing the Roman calendar and pagan sun worship. This 1515 Giunta first edition features both of Macrobius's famous works. It is exceedingly rare and features seven woodcut illustrations in 'Dream'. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
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