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2020-08-04 07:03:10
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Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII, 1516. Nummerierte Bll. 16-172 (v. 172); 2-77 (v. 77), 1 unn. Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und 2 Schließen. 32,5 x 22 cm. (VD 16, P 1053 (unter Paulus Diaconus); Adams H 816; Heckethorn 98, 51 (= 55?); Panzer VI, 197, 163; Proctor/Isaac 14157; STC 412. ? Es fehlen beide Titel sowie die nummerierten Bll. 2-15 v. Tl. 1. Ränder teilw. etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, meist jedoch sauber. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Am Schluss etwas wurmstichig. Holzdeckel, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert, der alte Schweinslederrücken wurmstichig. Auf die Vorsatzbll. montiert sind 2 alte Holzschnitt-Exlibris (1 kolor.), 1 Fragment v. Tl. 1, Bl. 15 sowie 1 Bl. einer latein. Papierhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-07-23 09:40:03
DIOSCORIDES, Pedanius.
274, [90], [1 blank] ll.Early Venice edition of the best Latin translation of a seminal pharmacological work by the Greek physician and pharmacologist Pedanius Dioscorides (ca. 40-90), translated by the French physician Jean Ruel, first published in 1516. Dioscorides made a fundamental contribution to pharmacology with his present De materia medica, an encyclopaedic work on herbal medicine and a precursor of the many later pharmacopoeias, Eastern and Western. As a Greek in the service of the Roman Empire, he assembled all that was then known concerning the medicinal uses of plants, animals and minerals, adding information from his own experience accompanying the Roman army to Spain, the Middle East, North Africa and elsewhere, where he came to know many Persian, Indian and other exotic medicines. An inferior Latin translation had been published in 1478 and Aldus Manutius published the first edition in the original Greek in 1499, setting the stage for Ruel's better translation.By far the most extensive pharmacological recipe book of antiquity, comprising five books of herbal recipes plus the sixth with the De venesis and the De venenatis animalibus, it proved enormously popular, the present translation by Jean Ruel going through at least 25 different editions. His influence as a pharmacological authority during the Renaissance reflected that in his own time: even Galen acknowledges his work to the best of its kind and quotes De medica materia frequently, so he remained a major medical authority for about 1600 years. Numerous medicines from Dioscorides's De materia medica app … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 09:40:03
[GESNER (GESSNER), Conrad].
[44], [4 blank], 499, [8], [5 blank] pp.Third edition in the original Latin, of the first part of Conrad Gesner's very popular book of secrets. It primarily concerns distillation and its use in making medicines, with most of the woodcuts illustrating furnaces, glassware and other equipment for distilling. It discusses the various kinds of distillation, the equipment and techniques, aqueous solutions, the making of medicines from a wide variety of plants, animals and minerals (including metal salts), extracting oils, etc."The work begins with a short historical introduction which says that the Greeks and Romans could not yet distil and claims that the art was invented by the Barbarians, Carthaginians and Arabs shortly after the famous Hellenistic physicians. He gives a few short notes on Arabian scientists like Mesue, Avicenna and Bulcasis, describing their methods of making rose-oil" (Forbes).Conrad Gesner (1516-1565), a Zurich scholar of remarkable breadth who wrote on bibliography, botany, zoology, medicine and pharmacology, published the first volume of his De remediis secretis in 1552 under the pseudonym Euonymus Philiatrus. A second part appeared posthumously.Binding soiled and a few stains and smudges throughout; a good copy.l USTC 151668; Wellcome I, 2778; not in Durling; cf. Forbes, A short history of the art of distillation, pp. 120-126.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:45
[OTTOMAN-MAMLUK WAR].
[6], [2 blank] pp.Rare 16th-century news pamphlet on the Ottoman-Mamluk War (1516-1517). The booklet relates the events from June 1516 to July 1517, followed by an account of Sultan Selim's visit to Jerusalem. During the Ottoma-Mamluk war the Ottoman Sultan Selim I, known as "the Grim", conquered Syria and defeated the Mamluk Sultan in the Battle of Ridaniya. He subsequently captured and sacked Cairo, thereby placing the holy cities Mecca and Medina under Ottoman rule, which marked the beginning of Ottoman power in Arabia.With two bookplates, some browning, otherwise in very good condition.l Göllner 115; USTC 679549; VD 16, O 738.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-17 19:25:29
Rare 1516 Latin Bible printed in Lyon, France! Printed in gothic letter, red and black throughout with numerous woodcuts! Please see and request additional photos The following is my inventory information on this treasure: My Inventory #B15-01 Latin Bible Lyon 1516 printed in gothic letter printed in red and black throughout numerous woodcuts throughout BIBLE (Biblia Cum Cocordantiis Vetres & Novi Testamenti) printed in Latin, Old and New Testament printed in gothic letter throughout, printed in red and black throughout, with numerous woodcuts and woodcut initials throughout, with some typographical borders, paginated in folios Old Testament 350 folios and New Testament 135 folios, thick small folio (272mm by 195mm and 80mm thick) contemporary full brown blind stamped calf, rebacked and repaired, with remains of brass mounts for clasps, red edges. Very rare Latin edition. No copy recorded in Darlow and Moule. Lyons, impressa Lugduni Johanne Moylin al's de Cambray, 12 April 1516 Added notes from my inventory: Very rare Latin edition dated 1516. No copy recorded in Darlow and Moule. Books printed before 1501 are known as 'Incunabula" i.e. books produced in the infancy of printing. On first appearance this Bible dated 1516 has every appearance of being an Incunable. An attractive example of an early printed Latin Bible printed prior to any translation printed in England. Complete. Estimated value $6,500 Condition from my notes: Ownership inscriptions dated 1868 and 1882 respectively on endpaper. Bequeathed to H. T. Hill, rector of Felton (England) by will in 1868 and bequeathe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Henry's Friendly Store (henryjones293) [Sequim, Washington, United States]
2020-07-08 01:27:09
1516. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Lezionario Farnese Facsimile Franco Cosimo Panini L'imponente libro liturgico noto come Lezionario Farnese, realizzato a Roma poco dopo la metà del XV I secolo per il cardinale Alessandro Farnese, rappresenta un ideale punto d'arrivo dell'arte della miniatura. Un'opera eccezionale, che si distingue per le dimensioni monumentali e la straordinaria ricchezza decorativa. La splendida decorazione Con questo codice il cardinale volle commissionare un'opera davvero sontuosa, un vero capolavoro che divenne per secoli uno dei Messali in uso nella Cappella Sistina durante le solenni cerimonie religiose officiate dai pontefici e dai principi della Chiesa. Nelle sue splendide miniature a piena pagina, racchiuse entro sfolgoranti cornici dorate popolate di putti, maschere e fiori, si risentono gli echi della grande pittura rinascimentale, in particolare Michelangelo e Raffaello. Un celebre minatore Con la sua prodigiosa decorazione, il codice è una delle opere più eccelse di Giulio Clovio (14981578), il più celebre miniatore italiano del secondo Cinquecento, ricordato da GiorgioVasari che nella seconda edizione delle sue Vit e lo definisce "piccolo Michelangelo". Con il Libro d'Ore Farnese,il Lezionario viene citato dallo storiografo fiorentino come l'opera più importante dell'artista, il quale, trasferitosi in Italia dalla nativa Croazia nel 1516, vi acquistò larga fama con i suoi codici miniati. La legatura neogotica In assenza della legatura originaria, dispersa durante l'invasione napoleonica, il codice fu ricoperto nel 1809-1810 con una rara e p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: cicciopaki [CAVA DE TIRRENI , Italy]
2020-07-05 10:50:14
Agostino Musi detto Agostino Veneziano (1480-1540), da Raffaello
ca. 1516. Bulino. San Pietro a destra rivolto verso il mago Elima a sinistra, seduto al centro il proconsole romano Sergio, sul base del seggio l'iscrizione. Bella prova in buono stato di conservazione. Formato: 257x340mm
Bookseller: LUX IN ART di Ermanno Bertelli [Verona, VERON, Italy]
2020-06-26 19:34:03
Aristotel & Johann Eck (1486-15430
Ad 1) [Augsburg] [Augustae Vindelicorum], Excusa in officina Millerana Augustæ Vindelicoru[m], ad V. Cal. Maias [27 Apr.] 1517., 1516/7. First book is a Translation of: Aristotles Organon (translation of Topics and De sophisticis elenchis by Boethius; cf. Cranz, p. 197, 199. A public commission, in 1516 was appointed to find a way of ending the interminable strife between rival academic parties, they asked Eck to prepare new commentaries on Aristotle and Peter of Spain. And so in 1516 & 1517 he published These two commentaries on the Summulae of Petrus Hispanus, and on the Dialectics, Physics and lesser scientific works of Aristotle, which became the textbooks of the university.
Bookseller: James Gray Bookseller [United States]
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2020-06-18 15:41:46
[INDULGENCE CALENDAR - LEO X].
Dyt is den aflaet en[de] ghenaden van allen stacien binnen ende buten der heiligher stadt van Romen dat ganse jaer doer sijn te verdienen. [Deventer, Jacobus de Breda, ca. 1516]. Small 1mo broadside (42.5 x 29.5 cm). With the woodcut Medici coat of arms of Pope Leo X (47 x 40 mm), paragraph marks (2 sizes) and a Maltese cross (1 size) to mark days when indulgences were available for all sins and for the release of the soul from purgatory respectively. Set in two columns in a rotunda gothic type, with the first line of the title in a larger rotunda and the rest of the title, other headings and note at the foot in a textura gothic type. Attached with 2 paper hinges to a modern paperboard. 1 leaf. The only recorded copy of the only surviving Dutch-language broadside published before ca. 1590 concerning indulgences: a calendar indicating the days throughout the year when indulgences of various kinds could be "earned", presumably by making payments to the Church, either at the seven "station churches" in Rome or at churches elsewhere. The calendar begins on Ash Wednesday (the first day of Lent), which, during Leo X's reign (1513-1521), fell in the period 12 February to 7 March, and ends with the third Sunday in Advent, which would fall in the period 11 to 17 December. The two columns have 96 entries, most for a specific day but some for periods. The last entry (following the third Sunday of Advent) notes that there are many more indulgences available, too numerous to mention, confirmed by many Popes, including Sylvester, Gregory, Pelagius and Paschal. Many of the entries are ass … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:48:03
DIOSCORIDES, Pedanius.
De medicinali materia libri quinque. De virulentis animalibus, et venenis canerabioso, et eorum noti, ac remedijs libri quattuor.(Colophon: Paris, Henri Estienne, 1516). Folio. With the title within a decorative metalcut( ?) panel. Set in roman types. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment; rebacked in calf, with new endpapers, but preserving the original paste-downs. [12], 157, [2], [1 blank] ll. First edition of Jean Ruel's translation into Latin of Dioscorides's standard work on pharmacology, De materia medica (books 1-5), the most important botanical book up on to the 16th century, followed by four books on poison De venenis and De venenatis animalibus (books 6-9).Dioscorides (ca. 40-90 AD), a Greek in the service of the Roman Empire, assembled all that was then known concerning the medicinal uses of plants, animals and minerals, adding information from his own experience accompanying the Roman army to Spain, the Middle East, North Africa and elsewhere, where he came to know many Persian, Indian and other exotic medicines. Though his work appeared in Latin from 1478 and in the original Greek from 1499, the present translation by Jean Ruel was first published here. "Often considered a herbal, [it] deals with all three natural kingdoms: plant, mineral and animal. It describes all the substances known to Dioscorides that were used as primary ingredients for medicines, and constitutes an encyclopedia on the topic. ... [It] contains just over one thousand chapters [each dealing with another medicine] and features 794 plants, 104 animals and 105 minerals. Most of the chapters … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:48
[BIBLE - POLYGLOT].
Psalterium, Hebr[a]eum, Gr[a]ecu[m], Arabicu[m], & Chald[a]eu[m], cu[m] tribus Latinis i[n]terp[re]tat[i]o[n]ibus & glossis.(Colophon: Genoa, Pietro Paulo Porro, November 1516). Folio (33.5 x 25 cm). Title-page and first double-page opening of the main text printed in red and black, the former with a woodcut arabesque border, Porro's white on black woodcut leek device on the final leaf. With parallel text in Hebrew, Latin (3 versions), Greek, Arabic and Chaldean Aramaic (set in roman, Greek, Hebrew and Arabic type), giving 8 columns to each double-page spread (the 8th for notes) with 41 lines per columns, and 13 woodcut floriated initials (5 Latin, 4 Hebrew, 2 Greek and 2 Arabic). 16th-century blind-tooled brown calf. Rebacked and with later endpapers. 200 ll. First polyglot edition of any part of the Bible, and the first significant polyglot work ever published: a psalter in Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, Chaldean Aramaic and Latin, and a pioneering work of both biblical scholarship and book production. It is of the utmost importance in several further respects: the second book printed in Arabic from movable type (following Gregorio de Gregorii's Kitab salat as-sawa'i, a book of hours for the Lebanese Melchites, printed in 1514), and the earliest Arabic printing of any portion of the Bible. It also contains the first edition of the Aramaic text of the Psalter and offers for the first time Kabbalistic texts from the Zohar. Furthermore, Giustiniani's commentary provides the first substantial biographical reference to Columbus, making it an important Americanum.With a contemporary ow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:14:54
[BIBLE - POLYGLOT].
Psalterium, Hebr[a]eum, Gr[a]ecu[m], Arabicu[m], & Chald[a]eu[m], cu[m] tribus Latinis i[n]terp[re]tat[i]o[n]ibus & glossis.(Colophon: Genoa, Pietro Paulo Porro, November 1516). Folio (33.5 x 25 cm). Title-page and first double-page opening of the main text printed in red and black, the former with a woodcut arabesque border, Porro's white on black woodcut leek device on the final leaf. With parallel text in Hebrew, Latin (3 versions), Greek, Arabic and Chaldean Aramaic (set in roman, Greek, Hebrew and Arabic type), giving 8 columns to each double-page spread (the 8th for notes) with 41 lines per columns, and 13 woodcut floriated initials (5 Latin, 4 Hebrew, 2 Greek and 2 Arabic). 16th-century blind-tooled brown calf. Rebacked and with later endpapers. 200 ll. First polyglot edition of any part of the Bible, and the first significant polyglot work ever published: a psalter in Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, Chaldean Aramaic and Latin, and a pioneering work of both biblical scholarship and book production. It is of the utmost importance in several further respects: the second book printed in Arabic from movable type (following Gregorio de Gregorii's Kitab salat as-sawa'i, a book of hours for the Lebanese Melchites, printed in 1514), and the earliest Arabic printing of any portion of the Bible. It also contains the first edition of the Aramaic text of the Psalter and offers for the first time Kabbalistic texts from the Zohar. Furthermore, Giustiniani's commentary provides the first substantial biographical reference to Columbus, making it an important Americanum.With a contemporary ow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:00
DIOSCORIDES, Pedanius.
De medicinali materia libri quinque. De virulentis animalibus, et venenis canerabioso, et eorum noti, ac remedijs libri quattuor.(Colophon: Paris, Henri Estienne, 1516). Folio. With the title within a decorative metalcut( ?) panel. Set in roman types. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment; rebacked in calf, with new endpapers, but preserving the original paste-downs. [12], 157, [2], [1 blank] ll. First edition of Jean Ruel's translation into Latin of Dioscorides's standard work on pharmacology, De materia medica (books 1-5), the most important botanical book up on to the 16th century, followed by four books on poison De venenis and De venenatis animalibus (books 6-9).Dioscorides (ca. 40-90 AD), a Greek in the service of the Roman Empire, assembled all that was then known concerning the medicinal uses of plants, animals and minerals, adding information from his own experience accompanying the Roman army to Spain, the Middle East, North Africa and elsewhere, where he came to know many Persian, Indian and other exotic medicines. Though his work appeared in Latin from 1478 and in the original Greek from 1499, the present translation by Jean Ruel was first published here. "Often considered a herbal, [it] deals with all three natural kingdoms: plant, mineral and animal. It describes all the substances known to Dioscorides that were used as primary ingredients for medicines, and constitutes an encyclopedia on the topic. ... [It] contains just over one thousand chapters [each dealing with another medicine] and features 794 plants, 104 animals and 105 minerals. Most of the chapters … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-04 12:05:06
1516. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Delle regole della volgar grammatica di messer Giovanni Francesco Fortunio (Ancona, per Bernardino Guerralda, 1516). 190x125mm, 36 pp. Legatura in cartone, dorso a 6 nervi con tassello e scritta in oro. 5 c. di introduzione. PRIMA EDIZIONE DELLA PRIMA GRAMMATICA A STAMPA DELLA LINGUA ITALIANA. "Le Regole ebbero un notevole successo editoriale nel '500. Oltre ad essere incluse nella raccolta di testi grammaticali pubblicata dal Sansovino a Venezia nel 1562 [...], vennero stampate una ventina di volte nel sec. XVI, al pari dei testi grammaticali di più intensa diffusione. L'opera doveva essere in cinque libri, secondo ammissione dello stesso F., ma ne vennero pubblicati solo due: quello morfologico e quello ortografico. [...] Come è stato giustamente rilevato, l'opera del F. è una grammatica della lingua scritta dei Toscani del Trecento (Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio) per la lingua scritta dei dotti del Cinquecento. Questo assunto è alla base del tentativo del F. di "regolarizzare" la lingua volgare. Rispondendo infatti all'obiezione di voler ridurre a grammatica ciò che è sottoposto alla "mutation de l'uso", l'autore rivela la sostanziale identità tra "il parlar delli già detti auttori et quello che tra uomeni scienti hora si usa" e dice poi che "se noi poniamo ben mente, vederemo che tutti li pellegrini italici ingegni di qualunque si voglia regione che di scriver rime prendano diletto quanto più possono il stile del Petrarca et di Dante se ingegnano con quelle istesse loro tosche parole di seguitare" (cfr Treccani, Diz. Biografico degli Ita … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: OMNIBUS LIBRI (omnibuslibri) [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-23 20:22:06
AMBERT, Hugues d'. fl. 1516
Paris: G. Gourmont, 1516. Calf-backed pastepaper over boards, spine and label gilt, edges sprinkled red and blue. Only Edition: his complete works - verses and prose dedications. He addressed the NINETEEN-YEAR-OLD MARY TUDOR, François Ier on his 1515 victory at Marignano and Jacques Chabannes (1470-1525), maréchal de France (a hero at the battle). Ambert died shortly after publication, apparently still in his teens. I have found two copies in the U.S. In good condition. ¶Hauser, Les Sources de l'histoire de France: XVIe siècle 415 ("4to"); Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle II: 1251; Cioranesco 2414.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-15 14:56:06
PSALTERIUM
Genoa, Petrus Paulus Porrus in aedibus Nicolai Iustiniani Pauli October 1516. Folio (333 x 228 mm.), 200 unnumbered leaves, text printed in columns across double pages in Hebrew (literary), Latin translation from the Hebrew, Latin Vulgate, Greek Septuagint, Arabic, Chaldee or Aramaic Targum, literal Latin translation from the Chaldee, title printed in red and black within an elaborate woodcut Islamic-style border, thirteen woodcut initials, first opening of text with headings printed in red, woodcut printer's device at end. Bound in XVIII century stiff vellum, gold lettering piece on spine. Usual light browning on same pages, overall a very good copy frome the library of the great Italian collector Giacomo Manzoni (ex libris).First rare edition of this famous polyglot psalter by bishop Agostino Giustiniani, also known as the Octaplum Psalterium, "the second book printed in Arabic, and the first polyglot printing of any section of the Bible, preceding by four years the publication of the Complutensian Polyglot" (Schäfer Collection, 149).This is the first work published in Genoa in the 16th century, and, after its publication, another seventeen years had to pass before another work was printed in the city. This important editorial undertaking is also remembered for the unusual scholium on Psalm 19:4 (Their music goes out through all the earth, their words reach to the end of the world), containing a description of Christopher Columbus' voyages to the New World and a praise for his deeds, which is to be considered the first biography ever published of the Genoese explorer. "In … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-04-23 21:48:14
P.Liechtenstein, Venice, for J. Oswalt, Augsburg, 1516. Breviary for Freising in Bavaria, which Oswald, bookdealer in Augsburg, had printed in Venice; In-8°; (13X18 cm) ; Pigskin binding of the time on wooden boards with decorations,(Christ, arms, date 1560 or 1660, NF possibly Nikolaus Fugger) tight, worn at board edges, copper clasps broken; 12 leaves (calender, index) 350 leaves (700 pages); text in two columns); woodcut on title page with some stains : presumably by Leonhard Beck (1475-1542) and 5 other full page woodcuts in very good condition (pages: 64, 68, 159, 310, 336) ; numerous small woodcuts in the text; pages 142 and 143 after 144; pages 147 and 146 after 148; last leaf with collophon absent; inside mostly very good condition; printed in red and black; a number of old inscriptions on end papers and on a small number of pages; rather good copy of this rare edition although without collophon; [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Magnus [Paris, France]
2020-04-21 06:34:20
DINKELSBÜHL, Nicolaus de.
Strassburg, J. Schott, 1516. Folio, ff. [v], 163 [recte 159], [1], with two additional printed slips containing complementary text to ff. 108 (i.e. 106) and 114 (i.e. 112) tipped in; a few old underlinings and marginalia; two small tears in title (without loss), some light browning or foxing in places, dampstain affecting last 20 leaves, small wormhole in the lower margins far from text; contemporary binding of blind-stamped calf, covers stamped with rows of foliage and small portrait medallions; worn and rubbed resulting in loss of the surface in places, spine chipped at head and foot, joints cracked (still holding firmly); early monastic ownership inscription (S. Maria della Concezione, Naples) on title, more recent library stamps and de-accession mark of the library of the Redemptoristen Hennef-Geistingen, Germany, on title, verso of title and front pastedown.First edition of the Tractatus octo, comprising Dinkelsbühl's famous De preceptis decalogi, an influential tract against superstition and diabolic magic; this is one of two variant titles, that in which the word 'mortalibus' is not abbreviated.'In the Precepts of the decalogue he censures diabolic magic, use of incantations and divination, acceptance of chance occurrences as omens . . . . He also condemns the belief in lucky and unlucky times and in Egyptian days' (Thorndike).The theologian Nicholas of Dinkelsbühl (circa 1360–1433) endeavoured to employ all the tools afforded to him by the Scholastic tradition and more contemporary philosophy to bridge the gap between reason and faith. He was the University of Vienn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-16 11:55:04
109074 BIBLIA cum concordantiis veteris et novi testamenti et sacrorum canonum: n 1516 BIBLIA cum concordantiis veteris et novi testamenti et sacrorum canonum: necnon cum additionibus in marginibus varietatis diversorum textuum: ac etiam canonibus antiquis quatuor evangeliorum Novissime autem addite sunt concordantie ex viginti libris Josephi de antiquitatibus et bello judaico excerpte. (à la fin:) Lugduni, per Jacobum Sacon expensis Antonii Koberger Nuremburgensis, 1516. Grand in-folio. 14ff. 317ff. chiffrés. (1f.blanc). 25ff. Plein vélin postérieur, titre inscrit à l'encre sur le dos, fermoirs de parchemin, gardes renouvelées. Magnifique édition de la Bible profusément illustrée de trois grandes gravures sur bois à pleine page, deux à mi page et cent quarante-huit petites gravures insérées dans le texte. La grande gravure illustrant la page de titre est l'œuvre de Hans Springinklee (c.1490-c.1540), qui fut l'élève de Dürer.Plusieurs passages (Le cantique des Cantiques, les lamentations de Jeremie, etc) sont imprimés en rouge et noir.Premiers feuillets réemmargés. Fortes mouillures, réparations en marge de quelques feuillets, plusieurs cahiers un peu déboîtés. Adams B 993. Baudrier XII, 339 f. (avec reproduction du titre).
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-15 19:10:08
Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII. 1516. Nummerierte Bll. 16-172 (v. 172) 2-77 (v. 77), 1 unn. Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und 2 Schließen. 32,5 x 22 cm. (VD 16, P 1053 (unter Paulus Diaconus) Adams H 816 Heckethorn 98, 51 (= 55?) Panzer VI, 197, 163 Proctor/Isaac 14157 STC 412. Es fehlen beide Titel sowie die nummerierten Bll. 2-15 v. Tl. 1. Ränder teilw. etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, meist jedoch sauber. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Am Schluss etwas wurmstichig. Holzdeckel, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert, der alte Schweinslederrücken wurmstichig. Auf die Vorsatzbll. montiert sind 2 alte Holzschnitt-Exlibris (1 kolor.), 1 Fragment v. Tl. 1, Bl. 15 sowie 1 Bl. einer latein. Papierhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [Germany]
2020-04-15 16:52:41
POMPONAZZI, Pietro.
[Bologna, Iustinianus Leonardi Ruberiensis, 1516 (colophon)]. Folio, ff. [17] (of 18, lacking title), gothic letter; guide-letters, errata and printer's woodcut device on recto of last leaf; unobtrusive and regressing stain in upper inner corner of the sheets in the first half of the book; a very good, fresh, unsophisticated copy, bound with five other contemporary works (see below) in contemporary limp vellum, flat spine lettered in ink; foot of spine worn and spine partly detached (but holding firm); paper shelfmark label and nineteenth-century inscription (giving content, a serial number and a shelfmark) in the margins of Aii, indicating that the title-page had been discarded prior to the nineteenth-century acquisition; preserved in a custom-made morocco case.Extremely rare first edition of one of the most momentous publications in the history of philosophy, here part of a remarkable contemporary Sammelband including some of the works that constituted the 'Pomponazzi affair'. 'The result of the whole affair [meant that] in the future, philosophy would no longer be identical with Aristotle . . . a philosopher could be a Thomist, an Aristotelian, a Platonist or anything else, provided that his philosophy was conclusive and coherent (Cambridge history of Renaissance philosophy p. 507).Pomponazzi had begun questioning whether the soul is immaterial and immortal in the early 1500s during his (unpublished) lessons, but it was only in 1516, after the 1513 promulgation of the Fifth Lateran Council decree formally outlining the church's dogma of the individual immortality of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-09 16:42:04
Edited and with Latin commentary by Agostino Giustiniani (Giustiniano) (1470-1536)
Impressit Petrus Paulus Porrus in ædibus Nicolai Iustiniani, Genoa (Genuæ), 1516. This copy lacks the first two leaves and the last leaf. It has 197 leaves out of the 200 in a complete copy. Stained, wormed. Leaves? size: 375 X 220 mm. (=12 ¾ x 9 inches). Very old marginalia on a two leaves, one refers to Columbus. Vinograd, Genoa 1; Adams B-1370; Darlow & Moule 1411. British and foreign Bible Soc. Historical Cat., 1411; Panzer, VII, 63, no. 1; Harrisse BAV 88; Marx, A. Notes on the use of Hebrew type in Non-Hebrew books, p. 312, no. 34; Proctor 13835. ?A monument of Renaissance typography, this Psalter was linguistically the most ambitious work attempted up to that date, and the first Polyglot work ever published. It provides the Psalms in five languages. The Arabic text is one of the first two texts, and the first Biblical text, ever printed in this language. The Hebrew types used in this book were apparently never used again.? See, B. Sabin Hill, Hebraica from the Valmadonna Trust, The Pierpont Morgan Library (1989), no. 18. The first polyglot Bible edition. The second book printed in Arabic. The only book printed at Genoa in the first quarter of the sixteenth century. The colophon is dated November 1516. Edited by the Dominican bishop of Nebbio, Corsica, Augustinus Justinianus (Agostino Justiniani), who projected a complete polyglot Bible but was unable to realize his hopes. Giustiniani was Nebbio?s bishop from 1514, and later was the first to occupy, as professor, a chair of Hebrew and Arabic at the University of Paris (College de France). He devoted himself to the stu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Meir Turner [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-03-31 18:16:49
PETRARCA, Francesco
PERTARCA, Francesco De los remedios contra próspera y adversa fortuna Sevilla: 1516. 2ª edición en español. 20.000 Originally entitled De remediis utriusque fortunae, is a collection of short dialogues written in Latin prose first published between 1360 and 1366. This work is composed of 254 scenes of dialogues between allegorical entities such as Joy, Reason and Pain. It is therefore about educational and moral dialogues whose objective is to reinforce people against the blows of fortune, whether they are good or bad. In this case we are dealing with the first edition in Spanish, translated by Francisco Madrid and published in 1516. Francesco Petrarca was born in 1304 and died in 1374 in the territory we know today as Italy. Although he studied law in such remarkable places as Montpellier, Bologna and Avignon, he never managed to graduate and finally devoted himself to the work of a poet and humanist.his work is marked by the religious crisis caused by the reading of Confessions, by Augustine of Hippo, reflected in the confrontation in the earthly attachment and spiritual aspirations.his production can be catalogued in two groups: works in Latin and works in common language. The first ones were the ones that gave him more fame during his life, however, his poems collected in the Songbook were the ones that attributed him the imperishable fame. The importance of this collection lies in its contribution to the revaluation of the vulgar language as a poetic language. His sober and clear style, with images of great strength and originality, served as an influence to many other … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Balboa Rare Books [Madrid, Spain]
2020-03-23 13:40:07
Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII, 1516. Artikeldetails Homilie hoc est conciones populares sanctissimorum ecclesie doctorum Hieronymi, Ambrosij, Augustini, Gregorij, Origenis. Joannis Chrysostomi, Bede presbyteri. Maximi episcopi, et aliorum. [Postinkunabel.] - Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII. 1516. Nummerierte Bll. 16-172 (v. 172); 2-77 (v. 77), 1 unn. Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und 2 Schließen. 32,5 x 22 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25076 Bemerkungen: (VD 16, P 1053 (unter Paulus Diaconus); Adams H 816; Heckethorn 98, 51 (= 55?); Panzer VI, 197, 163; Proctor/Isaac 14157; STC 412. – Es fehlen beide Titel sowie die nummerierten Bll. 2-15 v. Tl. 1. Ränder teilw. etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, meist jedoch sauber. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Am Schluss etwas wurmstichig. Holzdeckel, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert, der alte Schweinslederrücken wurmstichig. Auf die Vorsatzbll. montiert sind 2 alte Holzschnitt-Exlibris (1 kolor.), 1 Fragment v. Tl. 1, Bl. 15 sowie 1 Bl. einer latein. Papierhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts.EUR 580,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2020-03-21).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2020-03-13 00:42:21
FOTO NELLA DESCRIZIONE OGGETTO. CATALOGO COMPLETO SU WWW.COPERNICUM.IT. 1516. POSTINCUNABOLO - OMELIE PAPA GREGORIO GABI, Simone, detto Bevilacqua 1516, Simone Bevilaqua Descrizione 1516. POSTINCUNABOLO - OMELIE PAPA GREGORIO HOMELIE QUADRAGINTA BEATI GREGORII PAPE DE DIVERSIS LECTIONIBUS... Cm. 11x14, lingua latina con caratteri gotici romani, fogli 110 numerati + 6 nn. di tabula materiarum, decine di capilettera xilografici ornati di cui i primi 9 miniati a colori posteriormente causando parziale appiccicatura dei fogli IV e VI, titolo corrente in alto a tutti i fogli, note/paragrafi stampate ai margini. A fine testo: "Impresse Lugduni per Simone Bevilaqua Anno domini MCCCCXVI ad idus martias". Di seguito con numerazione autonoma: BEATISSIMI GREGORII PAPE TOTIUS ECCLESIE...IN SEPTE(M) PSALMOS PENITENTIALES EXPLANATIO... Lingua latina, fogli 53 numerati + 2 nn. di tabula materiarum, capilettera xilografici ornati, titolo corrente in alto a tutti i fogli, note/paragrafi stampate ai margini. Coeva annotazione di possesso manoscritta a penna al foglio II autografa del frate umanista Michele da Volterra e di Francesco Iacobo de Baroncelli di Firenze "toto tempore vitae suae". A fine testo: "Explanatio beati Gregorii pape in septem psalmos penitentiales ab honesto viro Simone Bevilaqua impressa lugduni anni domini M.quingentesimo decimo sexto de XIII. Kalen, aprilis". Di seguito con numerazione autonoma: EXPOSITIO BEATI GREGORII PAPE SUPER CANTICA CANTICORUM: OCTO COMPREHENDENS CAPITA. Cantica Gregorius sermone brevi manifestat: Dulcius ut castis auribus illa sonent. Lingua lat … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: De Re Militari 1472 (lgl_68) [Santarcangelo di Romagna, RN, Italy]
2020-02-29 23:39:09
Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII. 1516. Nummerierte Bll. 16-172 (v. 172); 2-77 (v. 77), 1 unn. Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und 2 Schließen. 32,5 x 22 cm. (VD 16, P 1053 (unter Paulus Diaconus); Adams H 816; Heckethorn 98, 51 (= 55?); Panzer VI, 197, 163; Proctor/Isaac 14157; STC 412. – Es fehlen beide Titel sowie die nummerierten Bll. 2-15 v. Tl. 1. Ränder teilw. etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, meist jedoch sauber. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Am Schluss etwas wurmstichig. Holzdeckel, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert, der alte Schweinslederrücken wurmstichig. Auf die Vorsatzbll. montiert sind 2 alte Holzschnitt-Exlibris (1 kolor.), 1 Fragment v. Tl. 1, Bl. 15 sowie 1 Bl. einer latein. Papierhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski [Germany]
2020-02-26 20:50:15
Book - Rituum Ecclesiasticorum, published 1516. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class. Complete in three books. CXLIII (143) leaves. Two original endpapers/blanks at front, three at back. Endpapers with old repairs, but all leaves in good condition. Old paper-covered boards, rebacked and recorned in calf, with one new additional free endpaper each end. Size of textblock 303 x 207 mm (rougly 12 x 8 inches). Occasiona rubrication of initials etc. - see images. Provenanace with date 1568 on final endpaper - see image.
Bookseller: akwisiter [Aldershot, GB]
2020-02-26 20:50:15
Book - Rituum Ecclesiasticorum, published 1516. Dispatched with Royal Mail 1st Class. Complete in three books. CXLIII (143) leaves. Two original endpapers/blanks at front, three at back. Endpapers with old repairs, but all leaves in good condition. Old paper-covered boards, rebacked and recorned in calf, with one new additional free endpaper each end. Size of textblock 303 x 207 mm (rougly 12 x 8 inches). Occasiona rubrication of initials etc. - see images. Provenanace with date 1568 on final endpaper - see image.
Bookseller: akwisiter [Aldershot, GB]
2020-02-17 12:30:02
Piccolomini, Agostino Patrizi
Gegorii De Gregoriis, Venice, 1516. Folio, 305 x 205 mm, Three books,143 numbered leaves, 6 unnumbered, plus title page leaf - thus pp. 200. Two blanks before title, three at end, with old repairs. Inscription at back dated 1569. Woodcut at beginning of each book. Rubrication. Old paper-covered boards rebacked and recornered in calf, one new endpaper each end. Printed leaves all in very good condition.
Bookseller: Richard Smith [Aldershot, United Kingdom]
2020-02-16 09:27:07
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, 1516-1518 circa, monogrammata in basso a destra MAF, e numerata "5", in basso a sinistra. Da un disegno perduto già attribuito a Raffaello. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, priva di filigrana, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'incisione è la numero 5 della serie le Sette Virtù, che rappresenta le tre virtù teologali e le quattro cardinali collocate all'interno di nicchie. La figura della Temperanza è ritratta con una leggera ed elegante torsione del corpo verso sinistra, mettendo in mostra le redini appoggiate sul braccio, con un capo stretto nella mano. I disegni preparatori per questa serie non si sono conservati. L'attribuzione a Raffaello, accolta da Bartsch e Passavant, risale al Vasari che, nella Vita del Raimondi (V, 413) afferma appunto che la serie sia stata incisa su disegno dell'Urbinate. Già Delaborde dubitava dell'attribuzione, pensando invece ad un possibile allievo come Giulio Romano. Frommel, seguendo un'indicazione di Oberhuber, ne attribuisce l'invenzione al Peruzzi, datando la realizzazione al 1524-27 circa. Bianchi, riprende Delaborde solo in parte, sostenendo che Giulio Romano abbia disegnato solo le tre virtu teologali, mentre quelle cardinali sarebbero invenzione di Raffaello. La serie però è stilisticamente molto omogenea, e senz'altro riconducibile a un progetto unitario. Se l'attribuzione a Raffaello risulta dubitativa per l'assenza della morbidezza e organicità che caratterizzano le sue figure, l'attribuzione al Peruzzi risulta invece più plausibile: sono infatti diverse le corrispondenze tra a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-02-09 06:48:07
joannes
Augustae ( Augsburg: ex officina Millerana mense Maio, 1516. Was in use. ECK ( Joannes ) - Joan. Eckii Theologi in / summulas Petri Hispani extempo - / raria et succincta: atque succosa explanatio / p[ro] sup[er]ioris Germaniae scholasticis. / ( Gravura ) / Cum Privilegio / Hen Bebelij Bistichon / Mil eget ille liber laudis mamque Ekkius omne / Duo d facit / ex omni parte placere solet / Joan. Aventini Bistichon. / Queris ad ignoti: verique venire latebras: Docta tibiminstrant: hec rudimenta viam. / Accipe placido vultu: o studiosa innentus: hos Eckij in Hispanum cõmentariolos / re - / cepturus propediem: in Aristotelis Dialect ticem et Physicarn: tralatione Ar - / gyropoli accomodata: facilem et synceram explanationem. / Deo gloria. Augustae ( Augsburg ) Vindelicorum ex offici - / na Millerana mense Maio / M.D.XVI ( 1516 ). Imp. Caes. Maximiliano Austrio / P. F. Aug. P. P. Ro. / Imperium gubernante. In 4º XCII + {1 br.} + {3} « Tabela » + {1 br.} fls. Adams, I, p. 380, E- 57; SEGUE-SE: Aristotelis Stragyrite diale - / ctica: cũ qui[n]que vocibus Porphyrii Phe-/nicis: Argyropilo traductore: a Joanne Eckio / Theologo facili explanatione declarata: adnotatio - / nibus compendiarij illustrata; ac scholastico exer - / citio explicata: videbis o Lector priscam Dia - / lecticam restitutam: ac Meotericum subtilitati feliciter copulatam. (Gravura) / Cum priuilegio / Hen Bebelij Bistichon. / Ecki / Sortice ingenium: nil facis insipide. / Joan. Aventinus ad Lectorem / Cingere si cupias, latitans indagine verum / His opus est catulis, cassibus, at (que) plagis;. / Sub Reverendissimi d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper (bookskeeper2014) [Colares, PT]
2020-02-05 23:00:19
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
"Bulino, circa 1516-18, monogrammato in lastra in basso, al centro. Della serie ""Virtù teologali e cardinali"", da un soggetto di Raffaello. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "ancora nel cerchio", rifilata al rame, in buono stato di conservazione. I disegni preparatori della serie non sono noti, e sono attribuiti dal Vasari a Raffaello, mentre il Delaborde li assegna a Giulio Romano, ed altri studiosi al Peruzzi. Per ragioni stilistiche, le opere vengono ricondotte all'ultima fase tecnica del Raimondi, in cui rappresenta le figure con ricchezza di contrasti e con un senso dello spazio notevolmente accentuato, conferendo al corpo una decisa plasticità mediante l'uso di un sistema di linee curve e regolari che incidono a fondo la lastra. Magnifica prova. Ex collezione Federico Augusto di Sassonia (Lugt 971)." "Engraving, about 1516-18, monogrammed on plate at the bottom center. Series of the Theological and Cardinal Virtues, after Raphael. Magnificent proof, rich tone, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""still in the circle"", trimmed with copper, in good condition. The preparatory drawings of the series are not known, and are attributed by Vasari to Raphael, and the Delaborde assigns them to Giulio Romano, and other scholars to Peruzzi. For stylistic reasons, the works are taken back to the last stage technique Raimondi, which represents the figures with a wealth of contrasts and a significantly heightened sense of space, giving the body a strong plasticity through the use of a system of curved lines and regular af … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-31 06:21:20
[BIBLE. - N. T., Grec. - 1524.]
In-8 [160 x 97 mm], 160, 118, [2] feuillets. Titre dans un encadrement composé de quatre blocs gravés sur bois, marque typographique au verso du dernier feuillet. Une lettrine. Caractères italiques. Exemplaire réglé à l'encre rouge. Basane jaspée, dos à nerfs muet, tranches dorées antiquées. Reliure ancienne. (Petit travail de ver sur les plats, trous de ver en pied du dos, perçant une bonne partie du volume sans gravité. Quelques salissures.) Edition in-8° du Nouveau Testament en grec. Elle suit la toute première qu'Erasme fit imprimer en 1516. C'est l'un des premiers livres en grec issu des presses de l'imprimeur humaniste Wolfgang Köpfel (actif de 1522 à 1554), neveu du réformateur protestant du même nom, mieux connu sous sa forme latinisée de Wolfgang Capiton. C'est sans doute l'influence de cet oncle qui amena Köpfel à assurer dès 1522 la diffusion des écrits des réformateurs : Luther et Martin Bucer, qui donne sa spécificité à la Réforme strasbourgeoise, représente la moitié de sa production imprimée. Mais Köpfel imprime aussi des ouvrages en latin et en grec. En 1524, il publie un psautier grec et ce Nouveau Testament. Dans la préface, l'éditeur informe le lecteur qu'il a installé, près du Marché aux chevaux, un nouvel atelier où il se propose d'imprimer principalement des ouvrages en langue étrangère, ajoutant que si le public fait bon accueil à ce Nouveau Testament, il imprimera aussi l'Ancien Testament, avec les mêmes caractères. C'est en effet ce qu'il fait deux plus tard : avec le concours de l'imprimeur Herwagen, il publie la Bible entière dans l'édition prépa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hogier [France, Paris]
2020-01-30 10:34:07
Berno Augiensis bzw. Bern, Abt von Reichenau].
(Augsburg, Silvan Otmar, 1516). 4°. Mit einer breiten Holzschn.-Titelbordüre, einigen Holzschn.-Initialen, 4 ganzs. Textholzschnitten u. einer Holzschn.-Tafel von Leonard Beck. LXXVII num., 1 nn. Bll., Späterer Ppbd. Erste dt. Ausgabe; ein halbes Jahr nach der lateinischen erschienen. - Enthält die Lebensgeschichten der drei berühmten Bistumsheiligen Ulrich, Simpert und Afra, die auf den vier blattgroßen Holzschnitten dargestellt sind (auf einem Holzschnitt gemeinsam). Die Tafel am Ende mit einer Ansicht der Basilika St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg, in der die Sarkophage mit den Gebeinen der Heiligen aufbewahrt werden. - Einband stärker berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Titel m. einem Besitzvermerk des Bonfelder Bäckers Johann Leonhard Merckle von 1740. Titel u. die letzten beiden Bll. im Bug sowie eine Ecke m. Papierstreifen verstärkt. Buchblock in der Mitte angebrochen, hier ein Bl. im Bug eingerissen. Vereinzelt etw. knapp bzw. unregelmäßig beschnitten. Vereinzelte kl. alte Marginalien, die einzelnen Kapitel später m. Bleistift nummeriert. Gebräunt u. stockfleckig sowie etw. fingerfleckig bzw. wasserrandig. - VD16, B 2053; Panzer 838; Dodgson, German and Flemish Woodcuts II, 123; Rosenwald Collection 631; vgl. BM STC, German Books 80 (nur die lat. Ausgabe); nicht bei Adams. Versand D: 12,80 EUR Alte Drucke bis 1600, Theologie, Philosophie, Geschichte, Rechts- und Staatswissenschaften, Berno Augiensis bzw. Bern, Abt von Reichenau, Das leben: verdienen: und wunderwerck der hailigen, Augspurger Bistumbs bischoffen, sant Ulrichs, und Symprechts, auch der säligen martrerin sa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2020-01-24 20:47:05
Champier, Symphorien
Lyon, Jean Marion, 23 juin 1516, 4°, 4 parties en 1 volume de I. (12), 104 et (4) feuillets ; II. (16), 63 et (1) feuillets ; III. (24) feuillets ; et IV. (40) feuillets [dont le dernier blanc] , vélin moderne. GALIEN GALENUS - CHAMPIER (Symphorien), Le premier médecin français humaniste et érudit du XVIe siècle. Editions originales rares de ces quatre commentaires sur Galien par Symphorien Champier (1471-1539), tous imprimés à Lyon en 1516 chez Jean Marion pour Jean Simon. Médecin humaniste lyonnais, Champier est aujourd'hui plus connu des bibliophiles français pour son histoire de Lyon, ses chroniques et la biographie de son cousin le chevalier Bayard. Néanmoins, Champier fut à son époque surtout célèbre pour son activité de médecin humaniste. Son rôle d'éditeur, commentateur et praticien, durant la première Renaissance en France, fut important et influent. "Champier was born in a small village near Lyons and studied at the University of Paris. He entered the medical school at Montpellier in 1495 and his letters indicate that he was practicing medicine and teaching liberal arts within a year after matriculating. He returned to complete his degree in 1503. During his career, he engaged in the active practice of medicine and was a major figure in Lyons'Renaissance [.]". Heirs of Hippocrates 167 En 1506, il publia chez Campis à Lyon, son De medicine claris scriptoribus in quinque partibus tractatus qui est aujourd'hui considéré comme le premier livre d'histoire de la médecine des temps modernes (voir Garrison/Morton 6376 et 6742.99). Les quatre ouvres ici réunies forment une … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2020-01-18 16:09:10
SVETONIUS TRANQUILLUS (GAIUS) (SUETONIUS) -SVETONIO-
1516. [RARO-ALDINA] (cm.15.8) piena pergamena originale con nervi esterni, tracce di lacci, titolo calligrafato al dorso. lievi abrasioni agli angoli e alle cuffie. cc.32nn., di cui l'ultima bianca, cc.320 numerate. Al frontis e al verso dell'ultima carta è l'ancora aldina. carattere corsivo, spazi per capitali con letterina guida. Prima edizione aldina dello Svetonio cui segue Sesto Aurelio Vettore, Eutropio e Paolo diacono. Celebre edizione curata da G.B. Egnazio del quale si legge la dedica all'inizio a Jeane Grolier. Nel 1521 Egnazio curò per Froben una nuova edizione corredata delle Osservazioni di Erasmo. Queste vite di Svetonio sono state a lingo un manuale basilare per tutti gli studiosi di storia romana ed è per questo che raramente si trova in buono stato. Lievi tracce di polvere alla prima e ultima carta, vecchio restauro con integrazione al margine bianco di 2 carte interne, peraltro esemplare molto bello, nitido e genuino. Antica firma ex libris al frontis. *RENOUARD p.77/5 *BRUNET V 581 "rare" * GRAESSE VI 521 "se trouve rarement en bon etat" * ISAAC 12861 * ADAMS S 2031 *BM.STC. 651 *AHMANZON - MURPHY - UCLA N°128.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-01-18 07:34:16
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, circa 1516. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare del secondo stato di tre con l'indirizzo del Salamanca. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con stella e lettera M", con sottili margini, piccoli strappi restaurati nei margini, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La composizione illustra alcuni episodi tratti dal primo libro dell'Eneide. Derivata dalla celebre Tabula Iliaca Capitolina, ne rappresenta una contemporanea traduzione a stampa, espressamente richiesta da Raffaello a Raimondi, e da quest'ultimo eseguita, con ogni probabilità, nello stesso anno. Le scene, chiuse entro pannelli, sono riprodotte alla maniera dei rilievi antichi mentre il grande campo nel mezzo è concepito alla maniera di un quadro. La scena principale descrive le flotte troiane in balia di una tempesta, con Enea che alza le braccia al cielo in gesto implorante. In primo piano Nettuno, a cavallo della quadriga, placa le onde del mare pronunciando minaccioso le celebri parole "Quos ego!". Bellissima e rara opera del Raimondi. "Engraving, about 1516. After Raphael. Example of the second state of three, showing the address of Antonio Salamanca. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""shield with star an letter M"", with margins, some small tears repaired at the margins, otherwise in excellent condition. The composition shows some episodes from the first book of the Aeneid. Derived from the famous Tabula Iliaca Capitolina, represents a simultaneous translation in print, specifically requested by Raffaello to Raimond … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-17 11:59:16
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1516 circa, privo di firma, in basso a sinistra, su un gradino, il nome dell'inventore: 'RAPH VRBI PINXIT/IN VATICANO'. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel secondo stato di sei, con il nome l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca e la data 1545 sul primo gradino EXCUDE/BAT ANT. /SALAMAN/CA 1545. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non leggibile, rifilata alla linea marginale, piccole ossidazioni, traccia di piega centrale al verso, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. La composizione riproduce, in controparte, l'affresco di Raffaello della Stanza dell'Incendio, in Vaticano, realizzato intorno tra 1514 -1517 circa. Nell'incisione la composizione è adattata al formato rettangolare. Si tratta della prima traduzione a bulino del celeberrimo affresco di Raffaello. Engraving, 1516 circa, inscribed lower left on the step: 'RAPH VRBI PINXIT/IN VATICANO'. Example of the second state of six, with the Antonio Salamanca' address added on the first step EXCUDE/BAT ANT. /SALAMAN/CA 1545. Good proof, printed on conteporary laid paper, with illegible watermark, trimmed close to the platemark, some stains, central folded, generally in good condition. Reproduces in reverse Raphael's fresco in the Stanza dell'Incendio of the Vatican, painted around 1516. The print adapts the composition to a rectangular format. This is the first engraving after the Fire in the Borgo fresco. Bartsch XV.33.6; Raphael Invenit, p. 54, no. I.1; Cirillo Archer in TIB 1995, 2801.035.S2; Höper 2001, no. F 15.1 (as Marco Dente) Achim Gnann in Raphael und der klassische Stil in R … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 15:03:38
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1516 circa, monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre, con l'indirizzo di Salamanca. Magnifica prova, particolarmente ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in eccellente stato di conservazione. L'opera riproduce il soggetto dell'affresco raffigurato nella parete sud della Stufetta del Cardinal Bibbiena, eseguito da Giulio Romano su disegno di Raffaello. A differenza dell'affresco, compaiono sullo sfondo una città portuale e due Eoli intenti a soffiare. Il paesaggio sullo sfondo, d'invenzione del Dente, è ricco di citazioni dureriane. Rispetto alle altre incisione del ravennate, in questa colpisce la morbidezza del tratto e l'effetto pittorico che le ombre conferiscono alla composizione, adattandosi al classicismo tipicamente raffaellesco delle forme, tanto che è stata avanzata l'ipotesi che la composizione possa derivare da un disegno di Raffello stesso. Come le altre raffigurazioni di questa serie, sarebbe stata incisa dal Dente intorno al 1516. Nella scena, Venere è rappresentata di schiena, ma il volto è girato in direzione di Amore che, con una freccia nella mano destra cerca di sferzare il delfino. La posizione sia di Venere che di Amore è piuttosto precaria, sui dorsi arcuati dei due animali marini mentre solcano l'acqua velocemente: la dea si appoggia con entrambe le mani al capo del delfino, e cerca stabilità anche con la posizione piegata della gamba, mentre Amore è appena sbilanciato sulla destra, e minaccia quasi di scivolare, afferrandosi sald … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 15:03:34
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1516 circa, firmato in lastra in basso a sinistra, nell'immagine, con il monogramma 'SR'. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre, con l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca aggiunto in basso a destra "Ant. sal. exc." Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana della "mano", inusuali ampi margini bianchi, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La stampa corrisponde ad un affresco, orientato nello stesso senso, sulla parete est della Stufetta del Cardinale Bibbiena in Vaticano. Gli affreschi furono eseguiti da Giulio Romano e Francesco Penni da disegni di Raffaello. Nella parte superiore dell'incisione si nota la scena dell'evirazione di Urano, dai cui geniali nacque Venere. Questo particolare, oggi non più visibile nell'affresco, testimonia la conoscenza da parte dell'incisore ravennate del ricco repertorio di simboli ed immagini messo in circolazione dalle edizioni umanistiche dei testi classici. Da una controprova dell'incisione, conservata a Londra, conosciamo il disegno preparatorio perduto, probabilmente di Raffaello, come suggerisce Oberhuber. Come le altre incisioni tratte dalle scene della Stufetta, anche questa risale probabilmente al 1516. Engraving, 1516 circa, signed with monogram 'SR' lower left. Example of the second state, of three, with the publisher's address addetta t lower right "Ant. sal. exc.". Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper with "hand" watermark, inusual wide margins, very good condition. The scene is after a fresco of Cardinal Bibbiena's Stufetta in the Vatican Palace, completed 20 June 1516 by Giulio Romano and Giovanni Frances … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 07:46:21
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1516 circa, firmato in lastra in basso a sinistra, nell'immagine, con il monogramma 'SR'. Esemplare nel secondo stato di quattro, con l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca aggiunto in basso a destra "Ant. sal. exc." Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, inusuali margini bianchi (sebbene quello di destra è aggiunto in epoca), uno strappo restaurato nel margine bianco in alto a destra, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. La stampa riproduce un affresco, oggi perduto, che occupava la parete ovest della Stufetta del Cardinale Bibbiena in Vaticano. Gli affreschi furono eseguiti da Giulio Romano e Francesco Penni da disegni di Raffaello. La data 1516 riportata sulla "Venere ferita dal dardo di Cupido" (Bartsch XIV.218.286) di Agostino de Musi, tratta da un altro affresco della Stufetta, suggerisce una datazione per tutte le sei stampe del ciclo. Se la figura di Venere è raffaellesca, il paesaggio sullo sfondo è probabilmente ispirato a una xilografia di Albrecht Dürer. Massari sostiene che sia impossibile determinare se Dente ha usato come modello per la stampa un disegno preparatorio di Raffaello o di Giulio Romano. Engraving, 1516 circa, signed with monogram 'SR' lower left. Example of the second state, of four, with the publisher's address addetta t lower right "Ant. sal. exc." Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, inusual wide margins (even the right margin is late joined), a small tear restored in the upper right margin, not affecting image, otherwise very good condition. One of six scenes engraved by Marcantonio Raimondi's workshop after the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-16 04:15:11
1516. Condition: Accettabile. Era in uso. ECK (Joannes) - Joan. Eckii Theologi in / summulas Petri Hispani extempo - / raria et succincta: atque succosa spiegatio / p [ro] sup [er] ioris Germaniae scholasticis. / (Gravura) / Cum Privilegio / Hen Bebelij Bistichon / Mil eget ille liber laudis mamque Ekkius omne / Duo d facit / ex omni parte placere solet / Joan. Aventini Bistichon. / Queris ad ignoti: verique venire latebras: Docta tibiminstrant: hec rudimenta viam. / Accipe placido vultu: o studiosa innentus: hos Eckij in Hispanum cõmentariolos / re - / cepturus propediem: in dialetto Aristotelis ticem et Physicarn: tralatione Ar - / gyropoli accomodata: facilem et synceram spiegationem. / Deo gloria. Augustae (Augsburg) Vindelicorum ex offici - / na Millerana mense Maio / MDXVI (1516). Imp. Caes. Maximiliano Austrio / PF ago. PP Ro. / Imperium gubernante. In 4º XCII + {1 br.} + {3} «Tabela» + {1 br.} Fls. Adams, I, p. 380, E- 57; SEGUE-SE: Aristotelis Stragyrite diale - / ctica: cũ qui [n] que vocibus Porphyrii Phe- / nicis: Argyropilo traductore: a Joanne Eckio / Theologo facil esplicatione dichiarata: adnotatio - / nibus compendiarij illustrata; ac scholastico exer - / citio explicata: videbis o Lector priscam Dia - / lecticam restitutam: ac Meotericum subtilitati feliciter copulatam. (Gravura) / Cum priuilegio / Hen Bebelij Bistichon. / Ecki / Sortice ingenium: insipide nil facis. / Joan. Aventinus ad Lectorem / Cingere si cupias, latit indagine verum / His opus est catulis, cassibus, at (que) plagis ;. / Sub Reverendissimi d. Mathei Cardinalis / titu. S. angeli ac Ital … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookskeeper (bookskeeper2014) [Colares, PT]
2020-01-10 19:40:56
Marco DENTE detto "Marco da Ravenna" (Ravenna 1496 - Roma 1527)
Bulino, 1516 circa, firmato in lastra in basso a sinistra, nell'immagine, con il monogramma 'SR'. Esemplare nel secondo stato di quattro, con l'excudit di Antonio Salamanca aggiunto in basso a destra "Ant. sal. exc." Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, inusuali margini bianchi (sebbene quello di destra è aggiunto in epoca), uno strappo restaurato nel margine bianco in alto a destra, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. La stampa riproduce un affresco, oggi perduto, che occupava la parete ovest della Stufetta del Cardinale Bibbiena in Vaticano. Gli affreschi furono eseguiti da Giulio Romano e Francesco Penni da disegni di Raffaello. La data 1516 riportata sulla "Venere ferita dal dardo di Cupido" (Bartsch XIV.218.286) di Agostino de Musi, tratta da un altro affresco della Stufetta, suggerisce una datazione per tutte le sei stampe del ciclo. Se la figura di Venere è raffaellesca, il paesaggio sullo sfondo è probabilmente ispirato a una xilografia di Albrecht Dürer. Massari sostiene che sia impossibile determinare se Dente ha usato come modello per la stampa un disegno preparatorio di Raffaello o di Giulio Romano. Engraving, 1516 circa, signed with monogram 'SR' lower left. Example of the second state, of four, with the publisher's address addetta t lower right "Ant. sal. exc." Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, inusual wide margins (even the right margin is late joined), a small tear restored in the upper right margin, not affecting image, otherwise very good condition. One of six scenes engraved by Marcantonio Raimondi's workshop after the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 19:09:49
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, circa 1516. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare del secondo stato di tre con l'indirizzo del Salamanca. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con stella e lettera M", con sottili margini, piccoli strappi restaurati nei margini, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La composizione illustra alcuni episodi tratti dal primo libro dell'Eneide. Derivata dalla celebre Tabula Iliaca Capitolina, ne rappresenta una contemporanea traduzione a stampa, espressamente richiesta da Raffaello a Raimondi, e da quest'ultimo eseguita, con ogni probabilità, nello stesso anno. Le scene, chiuse entro pannelli, sono riprodotte alla maniera dei rilievi antichi mentre il grande campo nel mezzo è concepito alla maniera di un quadro. La scena principale descrive le flotte troiane in balia di una tempesta, con Enea che alza le braccia al cielo in gesto implorante. In primo piano Nettuno, a cavallo della quadriga, placa le onde del mare pronunciando minaccioso le celebri parole "Quos ego!". Bellissima e rara opera del Raimondi. "Engraving, about 1516. After Raphael. Example of the second state of three, showing the address of Antonio Salamanca. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""shield with star an letter M"", with margins, some small tears repaired at the margins, otherwise in excellent condition. The composition shows some episodes from the first book of the Aeneid. Derived from the famous Tabula Iliaca Capitolina, represents a simultaneous translation in print, specifically requested by Raffaello to Raimond … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-09 00:28:37
BIBLE PAPE GREGOIRE I, ADULPHUS
Paris, Bertholdus Rembolt, 15 Janvier 1516. Petit in-4 carré, reliure postérieure (début XXe) demi vélin à coins, dos lisse, titre manuscrit au dos, tranches mouchetées de rouge, belle page de titre gravée, avec une vignette du relieur Rembolt, 147 ff., une belle gravures sur bois in-texte, lettrines. Ex-libris manuscrit en page de titre. Petits départs de fentes (3/4 cm) aux mors sup., 2 petits manques au dos, coins un peu émoussés, intérieur exceptionnellement frais. Bel exemplaire. Renouard, ICP, II, 1360 / H. M. Adams, Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, Cambridge, 1967 G 1187. . Renouard, ICP, II, 1360 / H. M. Adams, Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, Cambridge, 1967 G 1187.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl. [TROYES, France]
2019-12-31 09:41:46
SALIS, Baptista de (Trovamala); Ottmar NACHTGALL, editor
Strassburg: Johann Knobloch, 1516. Folio (309 x 212 mm). [10], 265, [1 blank] leaves. Double column. Title printed in red and black within large woodcut border by Hans Baldung Grien showing Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I enthroned, holding scepter and orb, within a pillared hall, at his feet the imperial arms, signed with the artist's monogram (Hollstein 257; Johnson, German Renaissance Title-Borders, no. 3). Title somewhat stained and with a few short marginal tears, occasional browning. Contemporary Moravian half blind-tooled alum-tawed pigskin and wooden boards, sewn on four pairs of cords, the sides divided into panels, decorated differently on each cover with a variety of repeated tools and a single roll applied twice, the spine also blind-tooled (but rubbed), pair of brass fore-edge clasps with pigskin attaches, semi-circular clasp-strap recesses cut into in both boards. The binding well-preserved with clear impressions of the tools. Provenance: Franz Gottfried Troilo von Lessoth (ca. 1583- ca.1648), honorary councilor (from 1617) to Emperor Ferdinand III, with his large woodcut armorial bookplate, covering the entire front inner board; his family's library combined with the Piccolomini family library and donated ca. 1701 or 1702 to: the Library of the Piarists (Poor Clerks of the Mother of God), Schlackenwerth, Bohemia [today Ostrov], late 17th-century inscription on title, Ex libris Principissae Piccoliminiae Bibliothecae Slacoverd[ensis] Scholarum Piarum"; shelfmark "Morales No. 17" on front pastedown; "1516" stencilled or penned in modern black ink at foot of s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
2019-12-26 06:09:12
Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII, 1516. Artikeldetails Homilie hoc est conciones populares sanctissimorum ecclesie doctorum Hieronymi, Ambrosij, Augustini, Gregorij, Origenis. Joannis Chrysostomi, Bede presbyteri. Maximi episcopi, et aliorum. [Postinkunabel.] - Basel, Johann Froben, 12. VIII. 1516. Nummerierte Bll. 16-172 (v. 172); 2-77 (v. 77), 1 unn. Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken und 2 Schließen. 32,5 x 22 cm. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 25076 Bemerkungen: (VD 16, P 1053 (unter Paulus Diaconus); Adams H 816; Heckethorn 98, 51 (= 55?); Panzer VI, 197, 163; Proctor/Isaac 14157; STC 412. – Es fehlen beide Titel sowie die nummerierten Bll. 2-15 v. Tl. 1. Ränder teilw. etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, meist jedoch sauber. Vereinzelt alte Marginalien. Am Schluss etwas wurmstichig. Holzdeckel, Schließen u. Vorsätze erneuert, der alte Schweinslederrücken wurmstichig. Auf die Vorsatzbll. montiert sind 2 alte Holzschnitt-Exlibris (1 kolor.), 1 Fragment v. Tl. 1, Bl. 15 sowie 1 Bl. einer latein. Papierhandschrift des 15. Jahrhunderts.EUR 580,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-03).
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher (schwabing-antiquariat) [München, DE]
2019-12-18 13:44:03
Pierre Lizet (1482-1554) D'abord avocat au parlement de Paris, Lizet s'éleva aux plus hautes charges. Élu conseiller en 1515, il fut avocat général en 1517 et succéda, le 20 décembre 1529, à Jean de Selve comme premier président au même parlement, qu'il occupa pendant près de vingt années et fut à l'origine de la Chambre ardente contre les protestants.
Intéressante lettre du grand magistrat Pierre Lizet, après son entrevue avec François 1er à Romorantin. "Monseigneur, je arrivé en ceste ville le vj e jour de ce moys et p(nté) les lettres de créance de la Court à Messrs les Chancellier et Admiral, lesquels après avoir entendue la créance monstrarent avoir désir et affection singulière aider à l'affaire pour lequel la Court m'envoye et le ix e jour je parlé au Roy lequel de sa grace me vyt très bégninement et fut bien aise de ce que la Court l'avoit adverti et informé de la conséquence des affaires pour lesquels elle m'envoie devers luy et me feit une très bonne responce comme pourrez veoir par les lettres que j'envoye à la Cour, laquelle led. Sr me commanda escripre à sa court et me donna congié d'aller jusques à ma maison ainsi qu'il escript à la Court. Et croiez Monseigneur que le vouloir et désir dud. Sr à la justice et soulagement de ses subgects est très singulière et parfaite. Et s'il plait à Nre Seigneur luy donner la grace de continuer, je ne croy pas que depuis Sainct Loys y ait eu ung tel Roy en France. Il luy pleust de sa grace me tenir quelques autres propos esquels ne feustes oblyé dont ne vous puis pour le p(nt) escripre mais espère à mon retour le vous dire de bouche. Monseigneur, Monsr. le Chancellier m'a dit et déclairé que le vouloir et entencion du Roy estoit que Monsr. de Saveuze aiant office clerc en la Court, ce nonobstant, se puisse marier et que dès le commencement qu'il luy donna led. office il l'entendoit ainsi et que le Roy en escript à la Court des lettres bien précises et croy que si on luy e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites [France, Paris]
2019-12-11 03:04:18
1516. GALIEN GALENUS - CHAMPIER (Symphorien), Epithome commentariorum Galeni in libros Hippocratis - Index eorum omniumque in hac arte parva Galeni pertractantur - Medicinale bellorum inter Galenum & Aristotelem gestum - Cathegorie medicinales, Lyon, Jean Marion, 23 juin 1516. Petit in-4 de 4 parties en 1 volume de I. (12), 104 et (4) feuillets ; II. (16), 63 et (1) feuillets ; III. (24) feuillets ; et IV. (40) feuillets [dont le dernier blanc] , vélin moderne, dos orné d'une pièce de titre, tranches bleues ciselées de l'époque. Le premier médecin français humaniste et érudit du XVIe siècle. Editions originales rares de ces quatre commentaires sur Galien par Symphorien Champier (1471-1539), tous imprimés à Lyon en 1516 chez Jean Marion pour Jean Simon. Médecin humaniste lyonnais, Champier est aujourd'hui plus connu des bibliophiles français pour son histoire de Lyon, ses chroniques et la biographie de son cousin le chevalier Bayard. Néanmoins, Champier fut à son époque surtout célèbre pour son activité de médecin humaniste. Son rôle d'éditeur, commentateur et praticien, durant la première Renaissance en France, fut important et influent. "Champier was born in a small village near Lyons and studied at the University of Paris. He entered the medical school at Montpellier in 1495 and his letters indicate that he was practicing medicine and teaching liberal arts within a year after matriculating. He returned to complete his degree in 1503. During his career, he engaged in the active practice of medicine and was a major figure in Lyons'Renaissance [...]" (Heirs of Hippocrates 16 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope (lezograscope) [Paris, FR]
2019-12-09 17:07:40
Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius (Hl., Sankt) / Erasmus, Desiderius [Roterodamus, von Rotterdam], Bearb.
[Basel, 1516] : In acuratissima officina Iohannis Frobenij, apud inclytam Basileam. Anno. M.D.XVI. -. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Folio (35 x 24 x 7 cm). 161 (st. 169) Bll., 1 Bl. (blanko) u. 148 (st. 149) Bll., 2 Bl. (davon 1 blanko). T. 4/Fol. 108 doppelt pag. Etliche hübsche Zierinitialen, typographisch sorgfältiger, transparenter Schriftsatz in 11-Punkt (Renaissance-) Antiqua. Druck a. qualitativ sehr gutem Bütten (o. Wz.). Perg. d.Zt. über Pappdeckeln (beschädigt: untere Rückenpartie fehlt, Vorderdeckel mit grösseren Fehlstellen). Erste Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung. Seiten unterschiedlich etwas fleckig, gelegentlich leicht gebräunt, vorderste Lagen in der oberen Aussenecke wasserrandig u. z.T. sporfleckig (ausserh. Text), eine Lage von T. 3 mit Wurmspur im oberen Rand des Satzspiegels mit wenig Textverlust. Beide Titel mit hs. getilgter Erasmus-Passage ('Una cum' ec.), zudem mit sehr zahlreichen zensorischen Abdeckungen in einheitlichem blauem Papier (später, ev. um/nach 1600; div. Ausmasse je nach Partie im Schriftsatz; wohl reversibel). Alters-, Lagerungs- u. ev. Dislokationsspuren. Gesamthaft grossenteils sauberes, durch die absichtlichen Eingriffe besonders aufschlussreiches Exemplar - - Impressum in T. 4, Fol. 149 v. - VD16 H 3482; F. Hieronymus, Griech. Geist aus Basler Pressen, 1992, Nr. GG 17; J. Prijs, Die Basler hebräischen Drucke, 1964, Nr. 5 - Digitalis. in BVB u. e-rara - Fehlen: T. 3, fol. 25-30 ('In primum librum adversus Iovinianum scholia'), bzw. fol. 44 u. 45 (idem: In librum secundum ec.) / T. 4, fol. 5 (Partie aus: In epistolam ad Paulinum scholia) - Die zenso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
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