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        Biblia cum summariorum: apparatu pleno quadruplicique repertorio insignita: cui ultra castigationem diligentissimam & signanter in vocabulario dictionum hebraicarum ubi pro maiori sui parte erat mendosa et Vitiosa

      Lugduni [Lyons]: Printed by Jacobi Mareschal, 1519. Leather Bound. Very Good +. 5 1/4 x 6 3/4 inches. 8vo. [30] + [500] + [38] + [15 ]+ 1 leaves. Collates as 2a - 2b (in 8s) + 2c (4 leaves) + 2d (8 leaves) + [blank] (2 leaves) + a - z (in 8s) + A - QQ (in 8s) + RR (4 leaves) + A - D (8 leaves) +E (6 leaves) + F (8 leaves) + H (8 leaves). Printed in two column black letter. Title in red and black, and woodcuts, including a full-page illustration of the six days of creation. Device of the sacred Sudarium on the title and last leaf, with the initials P.V. Blank section of final leaf has an early drawing of a coat of arms with inscription. Occasional ink stains and light toning. A few page corners chipped, 1 with loss, 1 with open tear. Bound at the end of this copy is a printing of the rhyming Biblical study, 'Compendiolum totius sacrae scripturae per rhythmos' composed by Franciscus Gothi (or Gotthi). Bound in later full brown leather, which is worn and abraded. Spine chipped and hinges cracked. Rare 1519 Illustrated Bible with Rhyming Compendiolum, designed to be used as a mnemonic device.

      [Bookseller: St. Wulfstans Books]
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        Emperor Charles V inspecting the building of Escorial, close to Madrid

      AN UTTERLY UNIQUE DRAWING OF HOLY ROMAN EMPEROR CHARLES V AT ESCORIAL Inscription: 'Brixiae' et 'Carolus Puteus Hoc Opus Calamo Fecit./ Carolus innumeris redimitus tempora lauris,/Bellorum vitat fremitus atque otia querit./ Sacros monasterii: Sic bello strennuus HEROS: Deseruit terras, tradens sua regna PHILIPPO' et numerate '8' Pen and brown ink, on parchment Parchment size: approx. 7 1/10" x 8 9/10" Framed size: approx. 16 3/5" x 18 1/10" This is an extraordinary and utterly unique drawing of Emperor Charles V (1519-1558), produced by an unknown member of the Flemish School during the sixteenth century. This drawing is based on a composition painted by Antonio Tempesta (1555-1563) at Palazzo Mattei in Rome. It likely served as the basis of the eighth and final engraving included in Mattaus Merian's (1593-1650), father of legendary naturalist Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717), 1615 work dedicated to the life of Charles V. The artist to whom the inscription refers, "Carolus Puteus," is unknown today, but scholars have suggested that he is of the family of the gifted painter and miniaturist Thomas van den Putte (1532-1608). The scene represented in the drawing, however, is not a historical event, since the construction of Escorial did not commence until five years after Charles V's death. The drawing depicts Charles V overseeing the building of the famed Spanish monastery and palace. Decked out in full Classical garb, his chiseled musculature exposed, Charles V gives feedback to an architect holding a blueprint of Escorial's legendary basilica. Surrounding the emperor are a band of similarly heroic looking soldiers and a number of builders hard at work. A lavish border encloses the scene along with the artist's inscription as well. . Book.

      [Bookseller: Arader Galleries]
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        Agathivs de bello gotthoru.

      & alijs peregrinis historijs temporum suoro, per Christophoru Persona romanum e græco in latinam traductus. Augsburg, Sigimundi Grim atq. Marci Vuirsung, 1519. 4:o. A4-T4, V6. Sista sidan blank. Titel tryckt i rött och svart och inom fin träsnittsram, med årtalet 1518. Titelbladet något fläckigt annars endast lätta lagerfläckar. Tagen ur band och insatt i senare grått, något trasigt pappersomslag. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD16 A612. Adams A325. Hoffman I. s. 106. Jmf. Warmholtz 1360. Andra tryckta utgåvan av Agathias, den första utkom i Rom 1516. Båda i Christophorus Personas latinska översättning. Den första grekiska textutgåvan kom 1594. Agathias från Myrina, som levde i Konstantinopel på 500-talet (+582), skrev fem böcker om kejsar Justinianus och krigen mot goterna och vandalerna under general Narses. Han tar vid där Prokopius slutar. Hans text återfinns senare i olika samlingsutgåvor om goterna och langobarderna, bl.a. i Hugo Grotius

      [Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet]
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        In psalmoru prima (secunda, tertiam) quinquagena explanatio.

      4 Tle. in 1 Band. Mit ders. vierteil. Holzschnitt-Bordüre und roter Druckermarke auf allen Titeln. 87; 113; 108 num.; 39 (st. 40) unn. Bll. HLdr. um 1800. 32 x 23 cm. IA 110.145; Adams A 2215; Baudrier XII, 352; Gültlingen I, 252, 193; nicht bei Panzer u. im STC. - Es fehlen jeweils 1 w. Bl. am Schluss der Teile 1 und 2 sowie der Titel zum Register (dieses irrigerweise zwischen dem Titel und Bl. 2 von Tl. 1 eingebunden). - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Kaum gebräunt, gering stockfleckig, Titel von Tl. 1 mit teilw. getilgten alten Besitzvermerken. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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