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2016-04-30 14:28:40
Johannes de Lapide (Johannes Heynlin).
(Venedig, Giovanni [Joannes] Tacuinus, 1516). 8°. 40 num. Bll., Mod. HPgmt. Der kathol. Priester und Kartäusermönch Johannes Heynlin (nach seinem Geburtsort Stein bei Pforzheim auch Johannes de Lapide; um 1430-1496) wirkte als Theologe und akademischer Lehrer zwischen Scholastik und Humanismus, Prediger und Buchdrucker. Außerdem war er Rektor der Pariser Sorbonne und Mitbegründer der Tübinger Universität. Heynlin stand mit Gelehrten wie Reuchlin, Brant, Geiler, Wimpfeling, Agricola, Trithemius, Celtis u.a. in Gedankenaustausch. - Von größter Seltenheit, diese Ausgabe für mich weder bibliographisch noch in Bibliotheken (u.a. KVK weltweit) nachweisbar. - Etw. gebräunt, fleckig u. leicht wasserrandig (dadurch der Gelbschnitt vereinzelt etwas in den Rand verlaufen). - Nicht im EDIT16, bei Adams u. im BM STC, Italian Books. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Johannes de Lapide (Johannes Heynlin, Resolutorium dubiorum circa celebrationem missarum occurrentium
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-04-30 14:28:39
Johannes de Lapide (Johannes Heynlin).
(Venedig, Giovanni [Joannes] Tacuinus, 1516). 8°. 40 num. Bll., Mod. HPgmt. Der kathol. Priester und Kartäusermönch Johannes Heynlin (nach seinem Geburtsort Stein bei Pforzheim auch Johannes de Lapide; um 1430-1496) wirkte als Theologe und akademischer Lehrer zwischen Scholastik und Humanismus, Prediger und Buchdrucker. Außerdem war er Rektor der Pariser Sorbonne und Mitbegründer der Tübinger Universität. Heynlin stand mit Gelehrten wie Reuchlin, Brant, Geiler, Wimpfeling, Agricola, Trithemius, Celtis u.a. in Gedankenaustausch. - Von größter Seltenheit, diese Ausgabe für mich weder bibliographisch noch in Bibliotheken (u.a. KVK weltweit) nachweisbar. - Etw. gebräunt, fleckig u. leicht wasserrandig (dadurch der Gelbschnitt vereinzelt etwas in den Rand verlaufen). - Nicht im EDIT16, bei Adams u. im BM STC, Italian Books. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Johannes de Lapide (Johannes Heynlin, Resolutorium dubiorum circa celebrationem missarum occurrentium
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2016-04-20 14:38:14
Justinianus (Justinian).
Paris, Andre Bocard (Boucard) für Jean Petit, 1516. - Prächtig in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Ausgabe der Institutionen; der zweispaltige Text vom Kommentar umgeben. Der große Metallschnitt zeigt den thronenden Kaiser mit geistlichen und weltlichen Würdenträgern (bei Murray abgebildet); der ganzs. Holzschnitt zeigt einen „Arbor civilis". - Frühe Pariser Ausgabe von Justinianus‘ „Institutiones" bzw. „Corpus juris civilis", dieses elementaren Lehrbuches des Zivilrechts und gleichzeitig eines der berühmtesten Rechtsbücher aller Zeiten. Justinianus (römischer Kaiser von 527-569 n. Chr.) ließ diese Zusammenfassung der Rechtsüberlieferung der Römer zwischen 528 und 534 n. Chr. von zahlreichen Rechtsgelehrten erarbeiten. In den Jahren 533/534 wurde das Werk in drei Teilen („Institutiones", „Digesta" bzw. „Pandectae" u. „Codex Justinianus") verkündet und später (534-565) durch einen vierten Teil („Novellae") zum Codex, schrittweise erweitert. Die Bezeichnung „Corpus juris civilis" ist erst seit dem Mittelalter in Gebrauch. Das Werk sicherte dem röm. Recht im Osten des Reiches den jahrhundertelangen Bestand. Im Westen bildete es die Grundlage einer Renaissance des röm. Rechts seit dem 11. Jahrhundert. Seine grundlegende Bedeutung reichte bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein. Mittelbar und unmittelbar ist es das Fundament aller abendländischen Rechtskodifikation. - „Keine Reichsautorität hat auf Form und Inhalt der Gesetzbücher aller Nationen größeren Einfluß gehabt als das Römische Recht [.]. Wenn man heute von Römischem Recht sprich … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
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2016-04-20 14:38:14
Justinianus (Justinian).
Paris, Andre Bocard (Boucard) für Jean Petit, 1516. 4°. Mit großer Schrotschnitt-Druckermarke am Titel, einem fast ganzs. Schrotschnitt u. einem ganzs. Holzschnitt im Text sowie zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen. 16 nn., 149 num., 1 weißes Bll., Mod. Pgmt. m. überstehenden Kanten. Prächtig in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Ausgabe der Institutionen; der zweispaltige Text vom Kommentar umgeben. Der große Metallschnitt zeigt den thronenden Kaiser mit geistlichen und weltlichen Würdenträgern (bei Murray abgebildet); der ganzs. Holzschnitt zeigt einen „Arbor civilis“. - Frühe Pariser Ausgabe von Justinianus‘ „Institutiones“ bzw. „Corpus juris civilis“, dieses elementaren Lehrbuches des Zivilrechts und gleichzeitig eines der berühmtesten Rechtsbücher aller Zeiten. Justinianus (römischer Kaiser von 527-569 n. Chr.) ließ diese Zusammenfassung der Rechtsüberlieferung der Römer zwischen 528 und 534 n. Chr. von zahlreichen Rechtsgelehrten erarbeiten. In den Jahren 533/534 wurde das Werk in drei Teilen („Institutiones“, „Digesta“ bzw. „Pandectae“ u. „Codex Justinianus“) verkündet und später (534-565) durch einen vierten Teil („Novellae“) zum Codex, schrittweise erweitert. Die Bezeichnung „Corpus juris civilis“ ist erst seit dem Mittelalter in Gebrauch. Das Werk sicherte dem röm. Recht im Osten des Reiches den jahrhundertelangen Bestand. Im Westen bildete es die Grundlage einer Renaissance des röm. Rechts seit dem 11. Jahrhundert. Seine grundlegende Bedeutung reichte bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein. Mittelbar und unmittelbar ist es das Fundament aller abendländischen Rechtskodifikation. - „Kei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-04-14 06:37:31
Lyon, 1516. Condition: 7,5 . With 2 full page woodcuts and circa 130 woodcuts in the text. Rubricated Copy. Edition of one of the Sacon-Koberger Bibles printed between 1512 and 1522 by Sacon from Lyon for Anton Koberger. Binding: Contemporary Half Leather Folio
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Meuzelaar [Netherlands]
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2016-03-23 06:47:39
Savonarola, Girolamo
Florence: Giovanni Stefano di Carlo da Pavia, 25 April 1516. 4to in 8's (20 cm, 7.875"). [76] of [80] ff. Composed in 1497 and translated by the author himself from Latin into Italian shortly thereafter, this is Savonarola's => best and grandest work (Ridolfi), and one of his most popular, being endlessly reprinted until the 18th century. A letter from Domenico Benivieni, a Florentine priest, introduces this edition, which is comprised of four books defending Savonarola's faith. An index at the end lists all the chapters, including "Che la religione christiana conuenienteme[n]te parla della pene de dannati" (Libro III, cap. vi), and "Che la Secta de Mahumetani e' tucta irrationabile" (Libro IV, cap. vii).    The => elaborate title-page, which is printed in reverse fashion against a black background, features a woodcut border in eight compartments — flora, armor, and mythical creatures adjoining and surmounting a shield left blank, flanked by two falcons, in the bottom compartment — all framing the title and a large woodcut Crucifixion vignette with God the Father above Christ on the cross and angels surrounding Him. (A different, smaller Crucifixion woodcut beneath the colophon features Mary and John as witnesses/mourners.) The text is in Italian, printed in roman with elegant white-line initials in various sizes.         Giovannozzi 256; Sander 6878; Brunet, V, 162; Ridolfi, Vita, p. 173. 20th-century green paper over boards, title elegantly inked to spine and edges speckled red; lower front joint starting. Mild to moderate foxing in many margins and some light stains. A f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PR [USA]
2016-02-05 02:38:34
BERNHARD VON CLAIRVAUX (= BERNARDUS CLARAVALLENSIS) - MARTIN VON LOCHAU.
(Leipzig) Melchior Lotter d Ä 1516 - 16 Bll., Titel in rot und schwarz, 8° (20,8 x 15,8 cm), mod. handgeb. Ppbd. (Kiebitzpapier) mit schwarzgepr. Rückentitel. Editio princeps der von Martin von Lochau herausgegebenen Homilie "super stabat juxta crucem Jesu mater". Das Vorwort, datiert 28. 7. 1516, ist eine der wenigen erhaltenen Veröffentlichungen - neben einigen Predigten - des Martin von Lochau, Abt der Zisterzienserabtei Altenzelle bei Nossen, der "in dem Ruf steht, einer der gelehrtesten Äbte seiner Zeir gewesen zu sein, und gefeiert wird als 'der große Beförderer der Gelehrsamkeit in Sachsen' " (H. A. Lier). - Einige Unterstreichungen von alter Hand, sehr gut erhaltenes und breitrandiges Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Heuberger (VDA / ILAB)
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2016-01-23 12:20:40
Ciruelo, Pedro Sanchez; Bradwardine, Thomas
Mathematics as the intellectual principle of a rational knowledge of nature. 1516 & 1503. Alcala de Henares, and Valencia. In folio (290 mm x 208 mm). 94 ff.; 11 ff. (fragment). Eighteenth century calf-backed boards, paper label to spine, some minor rubbing, overall fine. An attractive copy featuring generous margins, last ff. with lover margin cut, away from text; almost untouched by the binder, faint water staining to last pages, mainly marginal, else a very good copy. Extremely rare first edition of Ciruelo’s course on arithmetic, geometry, perspective and music, in sum, the liberal arts. Whilst going back in part to the curriculum outlined by Plato and the quadrivium of Boethius, Ciruelo’s cursus is generally considered the first complete work on the subject. Ciruelo studied logic and arts at Salamanca during the latter part of the fifteenth century, and then left for Paris to complete his education. He studied theology there from 1492 to 1502, supporting himself by “the profession of the mathematical arts.” In 1495 he published at Paris a treatise on practical arithmetic, Tractatus arithmeticae practicae, that went through many subsequent printings; in the same year he also published revised and corrected editions of Bradwardine’s Arithmetica speculativa and Geometria speculativa that enjoyed a similar success, and edited the Sphere of Sacrobosco, including the questions of Pierre. By 1502 Ciruelo was teaching mathematics at Paris; presumably he continued this career until about 1515, when he returned to Spain, attracted to the newly founded University of Alcalá. At Al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2016-01-23 12:20:40
Ciruelo, Pedro Sanchez; Bradwardine, Thomas
Mathematics as the intellectual principle of a rational knowledge of nature. 1516 & 1503. Alcala de Henares, and Valencia. In folio (290 mm x 208 mm). 94 ff.; 11 ff. (fragment). Eighteenth century calf-backed boards, paper label to spine, some minor rubbing, overall fine. An attractive copy featuring generous margins, last ff. with lover margin cut, away from text; almost untouched by the binder, faint water staining to last pages, mainly marginal, else a very good copy. Extremely rare first edition of Ciruelo’s course on arithmetic, geometry, perspective and music, in sum, the liberal arts. Whilst going back in part to the curriculum outlined by Plato and the quadrivium of Boethius, Ciruelo’s cursus is generally considered the first complete work on the subject. Ciruelo studied logic and arts at Salamanca during the latter part of the fifteenth century, and then left for Paris to complete his education. He studied theology there from 1492 to 1502, supporting himself by “the profession of the mathematical arts.” In 1495 he published at Paris a treatise on practical arithmetic, Tractatus arithmeticae practicae, that went through many subsequent printings; in the same year he also published revised and corrected editions of Bradwardine’s Arithmetica speculativa and Geometria speculativa that enjoyed a similar success, and edited the Sphere of Sacrobosco, including the questions of Pierre. By 1502 Ciruelo was teaching mathematics at Paris; presumably he continued this career until about 1515, when he returned to Spain, attracted to the newly founded University of Alcalá. At Al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2016-01-23 12:20:40
Ciruelo, Pedro Sanchez; Bradwardine, Thomas
Mathematics as the intellectual principle of a rational knowledge of nature. 1516 & 1503. Alcala de Henares, and Valencia. In folio (290 mm x 208 mm). 94 ff.; 11 ff. (fragment). Eighteenth century calf-backed boards, paper label to spine, some minor rubbing, overall fine. An attractive copy featuring generous margins, last ff. with lover margin cut, away from text; almost untouched by the binder, faint water staining to last pages, mainly marginal, else a very good copy. Extremely rare first edition of Ciruelo’s course on arithmetic, geometry, perspective and music, in sum, the liberal arts. Whilst going back in part to the curriculum outlined by Plato and the quadrivium of Boethius, Ciruelo’s cursus is generally considered the first complete work on the subject. Ciruelo studied logic and arts at Salamanca during the latter part of the fifteenth century, and then left for Paris to complete his education. He studied theology there from 1492 to 1502, supporting himself by “the profession of the mathematical arts.” In 1495 he published at Paris a treatise on practical arithmetic, Tractatus arithmeticae practicae, that went through many subsequent printings; in the same year he also published revised and corrected editions of Bradwardine’s Arithmetica speculativa and Geometria speculativa that enjoyed a similar success, and edited the Sphere of Sacrobosco, including the questions of Pierre. By 1502 Ciruelo was teaching mathematics at Paris; presumably he continued this career until about 1515, when he returned to Spain, attracted to the newly founded University of Alcalá. At Al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2016-01-23 12:20:40
Ciruelo, Pedro Sanchez; Bradwardine, Thomas
Mathematics as the intellectual principle of a rational knowledge of nature. 1516 & 1503. Alcala de Henares, and Valencia. In folio (290 mm x 208 mm). 94 ff.; 11 ff. (fragment). Eighteenth century calf-backed boards, paper label to spine, some minor rubbing, overall fine. An attractive copy featuring generous margins, last ff. with lover margin cut, away from text; almost untouched by the binder, faint water staining to last pages, mainly marginal, else a very good copy. Extremely rare first edition of Ciruelo’s course on arithmetic, geometry, perspective and music, in sum, the liberal arts. Whilst going back in part to the curriculum outlined by Plato and the quadrivium of Boethius, Ciruelo’s cursus is generally considered the first complete work on the subject. Ciruelo studied logic and arts at Salamanca during the latter part of the fifteenth century, and then left for Paris to complete his education. He studied theology there from 1492 to 1502, supporting himself by “the profession of the mathematical arts.” In 1495 he published at Paris a treatise on practical arithmetic, Tractatus arithmeticae practicae, that went through many subsequent printings; in the same year he also published revised and corrected editions of Bradwardine’s Arithmetica speculativa and Geometria speculativa that enjoyed a similar success, and edited the Sphere of Sacrobosco, including the questions of Pierre. By 1502 Ciruelo was teaching mathematics at Paris; presumably he continued this career until about 1515, when he returned to Spain, attracted to the newly founded University of Alcalá. At Al … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Capital Federal, CAP, Argentina]
2016-01-15 09:27:52
(Berno von Reichenau und Adilbertus von Augsburg):
(Augsburg, Silvan Otmar 1516).Mit breiter Titelbordure und 5 ganzseit. Textholzschnitten. 90 Bll. Fachmännisch und recht unauffällig restaurierter blindgeprägter Lederband des 16. Jahrhunderts mit Papierschildchen mit handschriftl. Titelangabe auf dem Vorderdeckel. 21 x 16 cm. VD 16 A 246 und B 2052. STC 80. IA 100.579. Zapf II, 93. Dodgson II, 123. - Nicht bei Adams. - Der Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Der Text enthält auf den ersten 70 Blättern die Lebensbeschreibungen der Heiligen, gesetzt in Antiqua, es folgen 20 Blätter, gesetzt in roter und schwarzer Fraktur, die die Heiligenliturgie mit Responsorien, Antiphona etc. enthalten. - Die vorliegende lateinische war im Mai, die erste deutsche Ausgabe dann im Oktober 1516 erschienen. - Die schönen Holzschnitte zeigen die stehenden Heiligen Simpert, Ulrich und Afra in prachtvollem Ornat zu dritt sowie einzeln in aufwendigen Renaissancerahmen: St. Ulrich als Wasser - und Quellpatron im Hortus Conclusus vor einer Landschaft mit Bischofsstab und Buch mit Fisch, St. Simpert vor der Stadtkulisse Augsburgs mit dem gotischen Dom, zu seinen Füßen das vom Wolf geraubte Kind, das der Heilige der Mutter unversehrt wiederbringen wird, und die an einen knorrigen Baum gebundene St. Afra mit Krone, die auf dem Scheiterhaufen ihr Martyrium erduldet. Der letzte Holzschnitt mit der Darstellung der grossen gotischen Basilika St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg, ohne Rahmen und mit der Beischrift "Ideale exemplar seu prefiguratio basilicae Coenobii Augustani sanctorum Udalrici & Aphrae" (Schefold 41060). Es handelt sich um ein einzigartiges Zeu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2015-12-29 06:18:02
(Berno von Reichenau und Adilbertus von Augsburg):
(Augsburg, Silvan Otmar 1516).. Mit breiter Titelbordure und 5 ganzseit. Textholzschnitten. 90 Bll. Fachmännisch und recht unauffällig restaurierter blindgeprägter Lederband des 16. Jahrhunderts mit Papierschildchen mit handschriftl. Titelangabe auf dem Vorderdeckel. 21 x 16 cm. VD 16 A 246 und B 2052. STC 80. IA 100.579. Zapf II, 93. Dodgson II, 123. - Nicht bei Adams. - Der Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Der Text enthält auf den ersten 70 Blättern die Lebensbeschreibungen der Heiligen, gesetzt in Antiqua, es folgen 20 Blätter, gesetzt in roter und schwarzer Fraktur, die die Heiligenliturgie mit Responsorien, Antiphona etc. enthalten. - Die vorliegende lateinische war im Mai, die erste deutsche Ausgabe dann im Oktober 1516 erschienen. - Die schönen Holzschnitte zeigen die stehenden Heiligen Simpert, Ulrich und Afra in prachtvollem Ornat zu dritt sowie einzeln in aufwendigen Renaissancerahmen: St. Ulrich als Wasser- und Quellpatron im Hortus Conclusus vor einer Landschaft mit Bischofsstab und Buch mit Fisch, St. Simpert vor der Stadtkulisse Augsburgs mit dem gotischen Dom, zu seinen Füßen das vom Wolf geraubte Kind, das der Heilige der Mutter unversehrt wiederbringen wird, und die an einen knorrigen Baum gebundene St. Afra mit Krone, die auf dem Scheiterhaufen ihr Martyrium erduldet. Der letzte Holzschnitt mit der Darstellung der grossen gotischen Basilika St. Ulrich und Afra in Augsburg, ohne Rahmen und mit der Beischrift "Ideale exemplar seu prefiguratio basilicae Coenobii Augustani sanctorum Udalrici & Aphrae" (Schefold 41060). Es handelt sich um ein einzigartiges Ze … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2015-12-27 17:29:50
Dürer, Albrecht (1471 - Nürnberg - 1528) - Kopie nach,
1516. Gleichmäßiger, feinzeichnender Druck mit schmalem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. Auf feinem Bütten. 11,5 x 7,2 cm. Papier: 12 x 7,7 cm. Vgl. Bartsch 32; Meder 37a; Hollstein German 37; Strauss 85; Schoch / Mende / Scherbaum 81. Gegenseitige Kopie nach Dürer. Verso mit zwei Sammlerstempeln: Freiher von und zu Aufsess, Nürnberg (vgl. Lugt 2749, 2750). \"ER\" (Nicht identifiziert, Lugt 899) - Sammlerstempel nach recto durchschlagend. Verso Montierungsreste. Randeinrißchen an der linken Blattkante, untere rechte Ecke restauriert. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Himmelkönigin, Madonna auf der Mondsichel, Madonna in einer Mandorla,Christus (Kind) ; Immaculata ; Maria (Jungfrau) ; Mondsichel ; Sternenkrone ; Strahlenkranz ; Szepte
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2015-11-08 21:10:04
RHODIGINUS, Caelius
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]
2015-11-05 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]
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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]
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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]
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2015-11-03 21:58:53
BESSARION, Cardinal Johannes
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]
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