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2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-05 16:26:19
LULL, Ramon
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
in aed. Aldi et Andreae Soceri, Venice, 1516. A DEFENSE OF PLATONISM AND A TRANSLATION OF ARISTOTLE'S METAPHYSICS Folio. ff. (viii) 116 + 55 (i). Roman letter, some Greek. Two parts in one, FIRST EDITION of second. Separate title page to each with printer’s anchor and dolphin device, repeated on verso of last: very slight soiling to first title page, two very small repairs to blank verso of final leaf of first part touching a handful of letters on recto, lower outer blank corner of final leaf restored. A very good clean, well margined copy in contemporary limp vellum remains of ties, ’50’ in contemporary hand at foot of title page, several early manuscript case-marks to inside upper cover, a very handsome volume in its original binding. Part I comprises the second much expanded Aldine edition of Bessarion’s great defense of Plato and Platonism, written in response to the translation of the ‘Laws’ by George of Trebizond who had taken advantage of its publication to print a sharp criticism of Plato and exalt Aristotle. Bessarion, one of the great humanists and Hellenists of the mid C15 had studied philosophy under Gemistus Pletho and imbibed from him a love of Plato, happily shorn of Gemistius’ hatred of Aristotle. Bessarion rather advocated a synthesis of the two systems of learning, perceiving and appreciating their many points of contact and in the present work (ch. 5) demolishes Trebizond’s attack by the simple device of enumerating verbatim all the errors of his translation and faults in his commentaries. The second part of the present work, here printed for the first ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-02 12:18:21
STRABO
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-10-08 12:44:34
Varthema, Lodovico di.
Strasbourg, Johann Knobloch, 1516. 4to. 226 pp. (A8, B-C4, D8, E-F4, G8, H-J4, K8, L-M4, N8, O-P4, Q8, R-S4, T6, V4, X7, without the final blank). With title woodcut and 47 woodcuts in the text (including 1 full-page illustration). - (Bound after) II: Giovio, Paolo. Libellus de legatione Basilii Magni principis Moschoviae ad Clementem VII. Pontificem Max. in qua situs regionis antiquis incognitus, religio gentis, mores, & causae legationis fidelissime referuntur. Basel, [J. Froben], 1527. 39, (1) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. - (Bound after) III: Fabri (of Leutkirch), Johann. Ad serenissimum principem Ferdinandum Archiducem Austriae, Moscovitarum iuxta mare glaciale religio. Basel, J. Bebel, 1526. 18 ff. - (Bound after) IV: Ricoldo (da Monte di Croce). Contra sectam Mahumeticam libellus. (Georgius de Hungaria). De vita & moribus Turcorum. Carben, Victor de. Libellus de vita et moribus Iudaeorum (ed. J. Lefèvre). Paris, H. Estienne, 1511. 86 ff. With large woodcut in the text and several woodcut initials. - (Bound after) V: Ficinus, Marsilio. De religione Christiana & fidei pietate opusculum. Xenocrates de morte, eodem interprete. Strasbourg, J. Knobloch, 1507. 90 ff. With woodcut printer's device on final page. - (Bound after) VI: Haythonus (Hatto). Liber historiarum partium orientis, sive passagium terrae sanctae scriptus anno Redemptoris nostri M.CCC. Hagenau, J. Setzer, 1529. 71 ff. With woodcut title border and device on final page. Contemp. wooden boards with wide blindstamped leather spine and 2 brass clasps. The first illustrated edition (in its second i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2015-09-27 13:56:34
Lugduni (Lyon): Iohannes Clein. 1516. Quart. 143, 63 Bll. 2 in 1 Band. Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Mit 2 Holzschnitttitelbordüren (wiederholt) und 2 (unterschiedl.) Titelholzschnitten. Schweinsleder über Holzdeckel mit reicher Rollenstempelprägung, Rotschnitt u. 2 Metallschließen.. sehr gutes Exemplar
Bookseller: Antiquariat am St. Vith
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2015-08-27 05:49:07
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First editions of nine year books for the earliest reign for which we have early printed year books, printed by among the most famous of English printers (and printers of law), Wynken De Worde, Richard Pynson, Thomas Berthelet, and Robert Redman. Contemporary calf, very worn, worming, the sewing loose, one title lacking, else very bright, housed in a morocco box; the Foyle and Taussig copies. Imprints Vary, London, 1516-35.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2015-08-03 07:57:44
Chevalier, Sieur de
Paris: Abraham Saugrain 8vo (17.6 cm, 6.9"). 8 pp.. 1516 [i.e., 1616] Also published as Harangue prononcée au roi en sa ville de Blois, following the negotiations between Condé and Marie de Medici, this is apparently a variant — not bearing the attribution "Par un Seigneur de qualité." The title-page features a vignette of the royal coat of arms (per pale France and Navarre). WorldCat and Lindsay & Neu combine to locate only three copies in the U.S. Recent paper–covered boards, front cover with printed paper label. Title-page verso with inked numeral; all four leaves institutionally pressure-stamped. Inner margins reinforced. Clean.
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2015-08-03 07:57:44
AMBERT (Hugues d').
In Parrhisiorum Lutetia, apud Egidium Gormontium, 1516. - Petit in-8. 124ff. non chiffrés. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure postérieure restaurée). Edition Originale. Rarissime recueil de poésies néo-latines célébrant les victoires de François Ier en Italie. "Ces poésies ne sont pas sans mérite, et elles ont même un certain intérêt historique. Outre les pièces indiquées sur le titre, le volume en contient d'autres, soit de Hugues d'Ambert, soit de quelques poètes contemporains. Parmi les pièces préliminaires est une lettre de Jean de Ville à Jacques de Chabannes, datée de Paris, 5° Idus Octobres, 1516, dans laquelle il a fait un grand éloge de ce général" (Brunet). François Ier possédait un exemplaire de cet ouvrage, relié à ses armes. Petit travail de ver marginal à quelques feuillets, sans atteinte au texte. Très bon exemplaire. Graesse, III, p. 386. Brunet, III, p. 366. Pas dans Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
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