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2012-12-26 15:44:05
Leoniceno Niccolo'.
In 8vo; cc. 54n.nn. Insegna tipografica al colophon. Tracce di antica mano sul margine bianco di una carta. Lievi fori da tarlo alle prime carte. Pergamena antica, restauri ai piatti, dorso rinnovato. Rara opera sui serpenti e i rettili divisa in due parti: De dipsade et pluribus aliis serpentibus e De tiro seu vipera. Serpenti, rettili, coccodrilli. La composizione dei medicamenti ricavati dal veleno dei serpenti, i vari veleni ed i loro effetti, gli antidoti, l'anatomia delle differenti specie. Richiami agli autori classici. Niccolò Leoniceno (1428-1524) studiò a Vicenza e Padova e fu professore di matematica, filosofia e medicina all'Università di Ferrara. Edizione originale. Wellcome I, 3740; Adams L 501; Ceresoli, 323.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Casella
2012-06-29 13:01:42
Marcantonio Raimondi bei Nicolaus van Aelst nach Rafael
Ende des 16. Jrhs nach ca 1518. Kupferstich, 24,5 x 21 cm. Die Graphik mit dem Motiv 'Joseph und die Frau des Potiphar' wurde von Marcantonio Raimondi (ca 1480 - 1527/34) nach dem Gemälde Raphaels um 1518 gestochen. Am Ende des 16. Jrhs druckte die Platte in Rom tätig Nicolaus van Aelst (1527 in Brüssel - 1612) n Copper engraving with the motive 'Joseph and Potiphar's Wife' was engraved by Marcantonio Raimondi (ca 1480 - 1527/34) after the painting by Raphael. At the end of the 16th century it was reprinted by Nicolaus van Aelst (1527 Brussels- 1612), who signed h
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor
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2012-06-23 01:29:13
Plutarch
Georgio de Rusconi & Nicolo Zopino e Vincenzo Compagni, Venice, 1518. 4to. ff.cccxxvi, complete. Double column text. Title within an ornate woodcut border. Text with 26 woodcuts (2" x 4-1/2"). 19th century vellum over paste paper boards. OFFERED WITH: Plutarch. LA SECONDA & ULTIMA PARTE, DELLE VITE DI PLUTARCHO. (Venice: Nicolao di Aristotile detto Zoppino. 1525). 4to. ff.ccxv,(1);(16). Double column text. Title printed in red & black and within a woodcut border. With 27 (of 28) woodcuts in the text. A defective copy lacking 3 leaves, a2 (with cut), a3, and a4; one leaf (a6) repaired with loss at bottom of 4 lines of letterpress; 2 leaves with tears (a4 and a5) with no loss. Lower outer corner of title page repaired. Bound in matching 19th century vellum over paste boards. These 2 "parts" are often found separately, printed 7 years apart. An early Italian translation of Plutarch's "Lives" with a fine series of woodcuts. Although the second (1525) volume is defective, it does have the blank and final 16 leaves following the leaf with colophon. This is an added life, of Marco Bruto, often found lacking. Sander 5787 & 5788. Essling 598. Not in Adams or the BL Italian STC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-06-14 12:51:33
Barzizius (Barzizza), Christoph:
Augsburg, Sigmund Grimm, 14.XII.1518. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 63 unnum. Bl., 1 w. Bl. 4°. Älterer biegsamer Pergamentband (etwas fleckig, Vorsätze erneuert) Einzige Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts, von größter Seltenheit. - VD 16, B 619; Durling 484; Hirsch/H. I, 367 (falsch 'Wien'); Panzer VI, 151, 127; nicht bei Adams, Bird, Lesky, Osler, Waller und Wellcome - Unseres Wissens eine der frühesten Einführungen in das wissenschaftliche Studium der Medizin aus der Feder des italienischen Gelehrten Christoph Barzizius. Eine Inkunabelausgabe, die 1494 in Pavia erschien, ging der hier vorliegenden voraus. "Christofo Barzizza, um 1400, aus Bergamo, Neffe des (Grammatikers) Gasparinus Barzizius, 1434-1440 Professor der Medizin zu Padua. Sicher eine von dem Humanisten gleichen Namens verschiedene Persönlichkeit" (GW 3672 zur EA Pavia 1494). - Dieser in der Offizin des Sigismund Grimm, Doktor der Medizin, entstandene Druck ist sicher als ein Versuch zu verstehen, die Erkenntnisse der berühmten italienischen medizinischen Kapazitäten aus den Universitäten Pavia und Padua nördlich der Alpen weiterzuverbreiten. Nach dem Titelblatt ist das Buch "legenti cuilibet perutile" (für jeden Leser sehr nützlich), was an eine allgemeinbildende Schrift denken läßt. Mehrfach erwähnt sind auch die iuvenes, also junge Leute, wobei man zuerst an Studenten denken wird. Jedoch hat Augsburg zu Beginn des 16. Jahrhunderts keine Universität besessen, so daß das Verlagsobjekt exportiert werden mußte oder zur Weiterbildung der in der Stadt oder im Umkreis ansässigen "fertigen" Ärzte dienen sollte. Die Schrift … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH [Berlin, Germany]
2012-06-12 16:44:43
Eusebius of Caesarea (translated into Latin by St Jerome, with continuations of the Chronicle up to 1512 by others)
Paris: Henricus Stephanus, 1518 October 30th (colophon). Hardcover. Very Good-. Woodcut title (used earlier in Estienne's 1506 edition of Aristotle with his name added in a circle at the foot of the page and incorporating arms of the University of Paris) with border of figures, coat of arms and & other decorations + a few woodcut dia Quarto 19th century leather-spined boards, gilt rules and title to spine, 20 unnumbered leaves (titlepage & index) + 175 (recte 173) numbered leaves, printed in red & black throughout. Complete except lacking the final blank. Three leaves including the last wrongly numbered (printer's fault), first 2 leaves neatly strengthened to upper margin, old corner repair to ff7-8 of index with minor loss of a few words. Slight edge browning, mainly to first 10 leaves of index. Neat ownership Riccardo Matthei on titlepage, which has imprint (as in colophon) written in at foot. First 6 leaves of text with old, neat underlining and 3 leaves with neat marginal notes which are slightly cropped. Very clean and tight (collates as copy in Biblioteca Casanatense, Rome CC.E.V.33). Part of the Chronicon lists the main events in parallel tabular form for Egyptian, Macedonian, Jewish, Syrian etc. kingdoms in date order to the birth of Christ (5199 years from the Creation), continued with additions down to AD 1512, including Gutenberg's invention of printing in 1440 and some passages of American interest ("terra nova" due west of France, with the arrival in 1509 of 7 savages with "thick lips" & "scarified facial" markings and their use of bows & arrows). * … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books
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2012-06-11 21:02:47
Erasmus (von Rotterdam) Desiderius
. . VD 16, E 2134 - Bezzel 318 - nicht in Van der Haeghen, STC, Adams u. Knaake.- Die schöne Titelbordüre mit Maria, Thomas von Aquin und Augustin (Luther 18 und Pflugk-Harttung 22).- Enth. 4 Werke: Ausonius Decimus Magnus "De vita humana ecloga"; Epictetus, "Enchiridion" ; Isocrates, "Paraenesis ad Demonicum"; Plutarchus "De differentia inter odium et invidiam".- Leicht gebräunt u. gering braunfleckig, schönes Ex.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-06-03 16:05:38
Luther, Martin / Mazzolini, Silvestro
Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1518. 23 cm. 12 unnumerierte Blatt mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Heinrich Vogtherr d. Ä. Mod. Halbmaroquin-Band mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel - VD16 L 4458 - Benzing, Luther2 223a - Schottenl. Bibl. 10919a - Luther, Titeleinf. 18 - Von Luther selbst veranlasste Ausgabe von Silvester Prieiras' "Dialogus" 1518 (Benzing). Luther sandte die handschriftliche Fassung seiner Thesen zunächst nach Mainz an Erzbischof Albrecht von Brandenburg, der sie an die Kurie nach Rom weiterleitete. Sie wurden dort dem Dominikaner Silvestro Mazzolini aus Priero (genannt Prieras) zur Prüfung übergeben. Dieser verfaßte in drei Tagen das vorliegende Gutachten, in dem er alle 95 Thesen Luthers abdruckte und mit seiner jeweiligen Entgegnung versah. Dieses erschien zuerst in Rom und gelangte bald an Luther, der in zwei Tagen eine scharfe Erwiderung unter dem Titel "Ad dialogum Silvestri Prieratis de potestate papae responsio" schrieb. (ausführlich in: Köstlin / Kawerau, Luther I, 192ff; Honselmann, Urfassung und Drucke der Ablaßthesen Martin Luthers und ihre Veröffentlichung, S. 51ff und 135ff). Das vorliegende Exemplar trägt im Unterrand des Titels die zeitgenössische Widmung "Consultiss. Patricio Hieronimo Holtzschuher". Provenienz: Zeitgenösssische Widmung an den Nürnberger Ratsherrn Hieronymus Holzschuher (1469–1529); um 1600 durch Kauf mit der Bibliothek von Holzschuhers Schwiegervater, des Nürnberger Humanisten und Stadtarztes Hieronymus Münzer (Monetarius) (1440 - 1508) an Ferdinand v. Hoffmann, Geheimrat und Hofkammerpräsident am Hofe Rudolphs II., Freiherr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2011-11-22 01:14:10
Plutarch
Nicolo Zoppino Venice 1518 & 1525 {2 vols complete}. later edition. Hardback. Very Good +/No Jacket. Plutarch's Lives, Zoppino edition in two volumes (1518 & 1525) in very good condition. 4to 20.5 x 14.5 cms. Volume 1 with woodcut title, volume 2 title in red and black, complete woodcut illustrations throughout, lacking only the final blank leaf. Last leaf of volume 1 neatly repaired, occasional light soiling and marginal damp stain, bound in 20th century calf with new endpapers, raised bands, and nice bright gilt titling. Very tight and clean copy. This copy bound without the 16pp later addition of the Vite Marco Bruto, as is common. Scarce this clean.
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2011-08-19 09:22:56
CENG GUO FAN
the Central Compilation and Translation Press; 1 (. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover. Pages Number: 1518 Language: Chinese. Publisher: Central Compilation and Translation Press; 1 (January 1. 2008). wisdom of the whole Kam Zeng (set of 4 volumes) include: Zeng Hu Zhibing Quotations. Kam Ice. has been Kuo-fan Selected Letters and quite through. Zeng Hu Zhibing Quotations Introduction: Quotations have Huzhi Bing is one of China s top ten book on military strategy. Spring of 1911. Cai E to Yunnan responsible for the new army training. At that time the new forces. disci... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
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2010-10-23 08:15:18
Plinius Secundas, Gaius
Venice: Aldi, et Andreae Asulani (Aldus), 1518. Second Aldine Edition. Hardcover. Later full vellum. Very good.. 525 pages. 8vo, 14 1/2 x 9 cm. [*8-****2,a8-z8,aa8-kk8]. DIBDIN notes, "Containing ten books, with many Epistles never before published: it has also the "Panegyric." These are the only editions of Pliny's Epistles that ever issued from the Aldine press......The edition of 1508 [the first edition] is curious from being the first work in which the subscription announces the partnership of Aldus with his father-in-law Asulanus. It is compiled from some MSS. which Mocenigo brought from France to Italy, and which Aldus says are not only very correct, but which one would suppose to be as ancient as the time of Pliny himself".........The edition of of 1518 is merely a reimpression of the first of 1508, with a few typographical errors corrected." [see: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF RARE AND VALUABLE EDITIONS OF THE GREEK AND ROMAN CLASSICS, Vol.II, p.158]. ADAMS P1538. RENOUARD 82. Marginal stains at lower fore-edge not affecting text, a few minor paper flaws and repairs with slight loss at leaf *5, some old underscoring and penned marginalia. 19th century and earlier owner signatures. Firm copy in bright binding, little or no text age-toning.
Bookseller: Royoung bookseller, Inc. [US]
2010-04-23 20:20:15
EUSEBIUS [PAMPHILI], Bishop of Caesarea] [266-340]
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB) [Canada]
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2010-04-22 14:23:55
MELA, Pomponius Et Al.
Colophon on G2r: [Venice: In Aedibus Aldi, Et Andreae Soceri, October 1518]. 8vo. ff. 233, [3]. complete with the 2 blanks, B8 & G3. Aldine woodcut device on title & verso of last leaf. 19th century paneled calf. armorial bookplate of Henry Richard Vassall Fox, Third Baron Holland [1773-1840]. First Aldine Edition of this collection of ancient geographical texts. Mela’s was "the first extant geographical work in Latin and the only Roman treatise of the classical period devoted exclusively to that subject." (DSB) His descriptive survey of the habitable world (Europe, Africa, and Asia) includes remarks on manners and customs, details on spectacular phenomena, and speculation on the causes of tides. "Despite his general inferiority as a geographer, Pomponius knew more than Strabo about the positions of Britain, Ireland, and the coasts of Gaul and north Germany; he was also the first to mention the Orkney Islands. Pomponius exerted a considerable influence on early medieval authors, both on his own account, and because Pliny used and cited his work." (Ibid.) Solinus’s description of the classical world was based on Pliny’s Natural History and Mela’s geography. The Itinerarium compiled by Antoninus provides a brief survey of the whole of the Roman Empire. Vibius Sequester lists the names of the principal rivers, mountains, etc. known to the Romans. Victor’s work on the topography of ancient Rome, which appears here for the first time, is an important source for the identification of Roman ruins. The last text is Dionysius Afer’s treatise on cosmography. Renouard I 198.9. Adams M … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
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2009-06-09 21:57:41
[Selim I., Sultan]:
[Nürenberg: Jobst Gutknecht, 1518].. 4 leaves. Title with woodcut coat-of-arms. Small quarto. Old flexible vellum. Overall a very good copy. The expansion of the Ottoman empire during the reign of Sultan Selim I. (1465-1520) was closely watched throughout Europe. The present work calls for the formation of an army to be sent against the Turks (and all others opposed to Christianity). In the first half of the 16th century over 900 pamphlets relating to the Turks were issued, documenting the widespread fear of a Turkish domination. The present call to arms was issued in various cities throughout central Europe including Augsburg, Breslau, and Basel. Two other Nuremberg imprints are known to have been printed in the same year (Georg Stuchs and Friedrich Peypus). Only two copies are located on OCLC. Göllner: TURCICA I:107. VD16, D-160. KÖHLER 664. WELLER 1088.
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana
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2009-03-16 01:13:26
Bayle, Pierre (1647-1706)
Amsterdam, P. Brunel; [Etc. , Etc. ], 1518. Sunmptuously and [period] sympathetically bound in modern aniline calf over marble boards. Raised bands with morocco gilt-blocked labels. An exceptional set; of presentation quality - additional bibliographic detail on request. ; 1 pages; Cinquieme edition revue, corrigee, et augmentee. Physical desc. : 4 tom. ; 15.5" x 9.5". Genre: Encyclopaedia. Language: French. Subjects: Languet, Hubert, 1518-1581. Vindiciae contra tyrannos. Moreri, Louis, 1643-1680. Grand dictionnaire historique. The first edition appeared between 1695-97. Title vignettes and head-piece; initials. 15 Kg. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: MW Books Ltd [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-15 04:17:18
Plautus, M. Accius
Melchior Sessam et Petrus de Ravanis socios, Venetia 1518 - Folio. Gótico. Frontis con escudo, (9) hoj., 367 folios, profusión de bellos grabados a la madera intercalados en el texto, iniciales adornadas. Ladillos. Frontis restaurado y reforzado. Índice manuscrito al dorso. Leve mancha de humedad en los márgenes derecho e inferior de algunas hojas, que no afecta al texto. Pergamino época, letras góticas y año pintado en lomo. Cortes pintados. Valiosa edición de las comedias de Plauto, con el texto de Pylades, el gran intérprete de los manuscritos de Plauto, y Lucas (Panetius) Olchinensis. Ilustrado con bonitos grabados a la madera, colocados en el texto al principio de ciertas comedias, algunos de los cuales han estado ligeramente coloreados. Asimismo hay unas pocas líneas subrayadas. Graesse recoge esta edición (V, 327), Brunet (IV, 707) la cita, pero no la describe. Literatura latina. Latin literature.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Studio [Spain]
2009-02-28 02:14:30
ALDE] POMPONIUS MELA (FRANCISCUS ASULANUS, éditeur)
Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi, et Andrea Soceri, octobre 1518, in-8, 233-[3] ff, basane marbrée du XVIIIe siècle, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges, Signatures a8-z8, A8-F8, G4 (les ff. q8 et G3 sont blancs). Maque à l'ancre aldine au titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Au colophon : Venise, Héritiers d'Alde l'Ancien et Andrea Socer, Octobre 1518. PREMIÈRE ET UNIQUE ÉDITION ALDINE de ce recueil de géographes et cosmographes latins. Impression italique, issue de l'imprimerie d'Alde Manuce, conduite par Andrea Torresano (André d'Asola) en association avec Andrea Socer. Notes manuscrites de l'époque parfois rognées. L'ouvrage comprend 6 travaux d'auteurs classiques, édités par Franciscus Asulanus qui a signé la préface au lecteur (feuillet 2) : Pomponii Melae de situ orbis - Iulii Solini polyhistor - Itinerarum Antonini Augusti - Vibius Sequester Virgiliano Filio slautem - P. Victoris, de regionibus urbis Romae liber - Dionysii Afre poema de orbe situ Prisciano intete. Ex-libris manuscrit Arthême Pannier, architecte normand du XIXe siècle, originaire de Lisieux, et timbre sec armorié de la famille Le Vicomte (Normandie) accompagné de la devise "Le Visconte e L'Enor". Petits accrocs aux coiffes, greffe de papier sur la page de titre dans l'angle inférieur externe. Brunet IV-800 ; Renouard, Alde, I-143. Couverture rigide Bon 233-[3] ff.
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2008-11-29 16:19:23
CALANDRI, FILIPPO. - [ONE OF THE FIRST PRINTED ARITHMETICS.]
(Florence, 1518) - Colophon: Impresso nella Excelsa Cipta di Firenze per Bernardo Zuchetta anno M.D.XVIII. A di.XX. di Luglio. Small 8vo. (14,4x10,5 cm.). A little later full vellum with small repairs to top edge and part of front hinge. On back in faint ink "Aritmetics". 86 leaves (of 104). Lacks 18 leaves of the first 3 quires (of A8-D8, of which only 7 are present and loose, from here the book is complete). The 7 loose leaves slightly frayed in margins. 3 leaves with small repairs without loss. Last leaf with loss of lower right corner causing loss of some letters on F 104 r. Some leaves with woodcut borders, 16 geometrical diagrams in the text and 37 small woodcut illustrations (illustrating the arithmetical problems). In general fine and clean with only a few smaller brownspots.. The extremely scarce second edition, which seems to follow the first ( from 1491) page by page and having the same illustrations from the same blocks allthough it has another printer. It is one of the first books at all to teach commercial calculation and it is the first Italian printed arithmetic with illustrations. It gives the leading rules for integers and for lire, soldi and denari, and likewise puts division down in examples. Calandri is the first to give long divisons in the modern form, known to the Italian writers by the name "a danda". "Indeed Calandri gives only the 'a danda' method, omitting the galley forms, and is therefore fully a century ahead of his time." (David E. Smith). - In Augustus de Morgan's bibliography: Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
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