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2014-10-01 02:30:30
Brassicanus, Johann Alexander.
[Hagenau], (Anshelm für Johann Knobloch in Straßburg, April 1519). 4to. (12) ff. (aa-cc4). With large woodcut initial. Papered spine. Rare first edition of this collection of neo-Latin verse. Contains several mentions of Brassicanus's friend Erasmus as well as of Hutten, whose "Nemo" had inspired the present verses (cf. G. Ellinger, Geschichte der nlat. Lit. Deutschlands im 16. Jh., vol. 1 [Berlin 1919], p. 441). - Trimmed rather closely at upper edge, occasionally touching headline. Slightly browned and fingerstained in margins; contemp. shelfmark to title page. Rare; the only copy in the last decades' trade was incomplete (1996: H&H 84, lot 175: DM 1,100 (modern boards, wanting final leaf). VD 16, B 7153. IA 123.888. Benzing 51f., 37. Burg 97. Panzer VI, 90, 536. Proctor/Isaac 11700. Ritter, Rép. 257. Walter 815. ADB III, 260. Not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2014-09-28 20:38:44
JOSEPHUS Flavius (Giuseppe Flavio)
Iosephi Iudei historici preclara opera: non parua accuratione & diligentia recengter impressa de antiquitatibus libri viginti.. De judaico bellos libri septem ad octo de anntiqua judeo origine ..De Antiqua Judeorum origine contra Grecos & Manethonem aegyptium: necnon contra Appionem Alexandrinum libri....- Paris, Impensis Francisci Regnault & Ioannis Petit, 1519; en 4º mayor piel con adornos gofrados realizada por Luna; portada a dos tintas, CXCIIII-CX folios y 44 hojas. Ejemplar con portada y primer folio facsimilados. Por lo demás magnífico ejemplar impreso en letra gótica con capitulares grabadas.
Bookseller: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA SANZ [MADRID, Spain]
2014-09-04 05:53:50
Dürer, Albrecht (1471 - Nürnberg - 1528) - Kopie nach,
1519.. In der Platte monogrammiert und datiert "AD 1519". Schöner Druck auf Bütten mit gleichmäßigem Rand. 9,5 x 13,9 cm. Papier: 11 x 15,8 cm.. Kopie nach Dürer als gegenseitiger Druck. Nach Bartsch 58. Hollstein 51. Meder 51. Schoch/Mende/Scherbaum 87. - Rand etwas unregelmäßig geschnitten, wenig braunfleckig, verso umlaufend hinterlegt
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
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2014-08-22 12:22:56
Accolti, Bernardo
Nicolò Zoppino & Vincentio 1519 Accolti, Bernardo. Venetia, Nicolò Zoppino & Vincentio, 1519. In - 8°, legatura recente con materiale d' epoca. (56) ff. Grande silografia nel frontespizio col ritratto dell' autore assiso nel suo studio. Bell' esemplare di questa rara edizione. B. Accolti, di Arezzo, fu celebre poeta estemporaneo, detto l' Unico Aretino. Morì a Roma nel 1534. Essling, 1834. Sander, 8.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2014-08-19 21:04:52
Geiler von Kaisersberg, Johannes:
Straßburg, Grüninger, bzw. Augsburg, Othmar für Diemer, 1519 bzw. 1511.. 6 nn. Bl., fol. VII-CC; 6 nn. Bll., fol. LXXX. Beide Titel in Rot und Schwarz; Teil 1 mit breiter fig. Holzschnitt-Bordüre, 1 Holzschnitttafel, 4 Textholzschnitten und zahlr.2 teils fig. Holzschnitt-Initialen; Teil 2 mit großem Holzschnitt von Hans Burgkmair auf Titelei. 2°. Späterer Schweinslederband auf abgeschrägten Holzdeckeln und 5 Bünden, mit reicher Blindprägung im Stil der Renaissance, 2 goldgepr. Rückenschildern, 2 Leder-Eisen-Schließen und rotem Sprengschnitt.. Gering berieben; Eisenteile der Schließen geschwärzt bzw. oxydiert; einige wenige Unterstreichungen und Glossen; zahlr. Foliierungsfehler in beiden Teilen, aber vollständig; teils etwas braunfleckig; fol. XXVI des 2. Teils mit kl. Loch (Buchstabenverlust); letzte 6 Bl. am Fuß im Bug mit Wurmloch (kein Textverlust); auf Titel des 2. Teils der hs. Besitzvermerk eines Klosters (Name ausradiert). Des Straßburger Dompredigers Geiler (1445-1510; sein 2. Namesteil Kaiserberg gibt die Wohn- und Lehrstätte seiner Adoleszenz an) "Berühmtheit beruhte in der volkstümlichen, humorvollen, bis zum Burlesken derben und drastischen Art seines in urwüchsiger Volkssprache sich bewegenden Vortrags, besonders aber in dem hohen sittlichen Ernst, mit dem er die Schwächen der Kirche selbst vor Bischof und Kaiser unerschrocken geißelte. Doch ist G. mit seiner nachdrücklichen Forderung einer Reform von Kirche und Klerus durchaus Vertreter mittelalterlich-katholischer Kirchlichkkeit und scholastischer Theologie in engem Anschluß an Gerson" (Aurich in RGG² II, 93 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg
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2014-07-21 08:48:50
MELA, Pomponius, and others
Florence: the heirs of Filippo Giunta, 1519. Small octavo, italic letter, capital letters neatly rubricated; numerous annotations of differing vintage; an excellent copy in contemporary Italian vellum, flat spine lettered and banded in gilt. Scarce edition of this important collection of classical geographical texts, closely based on the Aldine edition published a year earlier, and including the especially famous works by Pomponius Mela and Julius Solinus. Pomponius Mela's work (see previous item) is the classic early exposition of the argument that the known landmasses in the northern hemisphere must have antipodean counterparts to balance them. Solinus was a legendary Roman geographer whose Polyhistor survived in manuscript until the age of printing, first appearing in print in Venice in 1473. His text, much of it based on Pomponius Mela, also incorporated material from Pliny's Natural History, as well as remarks on a number of historical, social, religious and natural history questions. Other material in this edition includes a translation into Latin of the Periegesis of Dionysius Afer, a 1st-century Greek world geography.
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2014-07-15 09:59:47
ORIGENES ADAMANTIUS (Origen, Origenis).:
(Paris), venundantur cum reliquis eorundem tomis in edibus Joannis Parvi: et Jodoci Badii Ascensii, (1519).Volumes III and IV only of 4, bound in 1 volume, (1519) Latin text, folio, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, 2 title pages, that to Volume III in red and black, both with architectural and pictorial borders, at the top Origen writing, in the centre the large device of the printer Josse Badius showing men working on the press, decorated initials throughout, leaves: (6), CCXXIIII; (2), CLXXV, bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands and title blind stamped to spine. Small dark spot at tail of spine, title neatly inked on fore - edges, title page to Volume III lightly soiled in lower outer corner, margin only, small neat repair to 3 margins, some early neat margin notes, occasional neat underlining or emphasis marks to margins, 1 or 2 corrections to text, not obscuring original, tiny wormhole to last 2 pages affecting running title but with no loss, final blank leaf with neat early manuscript notes and dusty and slightly stained. Contents otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and firm, a good sturdy copy. Date obtained from colophon to Volume IV. Volume III contains commentary on the New Testament (Matthew, Luke, the Epistle to the Romans); Volume IV contains chapters against heretics, the Contra Celsum, Peri Archon, and other material such as Tituli apologetici Pamphili pro Origene and Liber Rufini. Josse Badius Ascensius (1462 - 1535) was a humanist scholar and a pioneer of the printing industry. He set up his printing business in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.
2014-06-24 05:54:03
Hutten, Ulrich von:
Basel, Froben 1519.. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Urs Graf und Druckermarke von Hans Holbein auf dem letzten Blatt. 26 S., 1 Bl. Umschlag aus Buntpapier des 18. Jhdts. Kl.-4°.. VD16 H 6388, Benzing, Hutten 68: "Aufzählung einer Art von Sprichwörtern in Wortspielform mit praktischen Beispielen aus Haus und Hof". - "Mit der bei Froben gedruckten Publikation von 1519 liegt eine weitere Auflage der zweiten Fassung von Huttens Nemo vor, die bereits 1518 nicht nur in Basel, sondern auch in Augsburg, Strassburg, Leipzig, Paris und Löwen erschienen ist [vgl. Benzing, S. 45-48]. Ihr Text ist im Vergleich zur ersten Fassung des Nemo nicht nur um 60 Verse erweitert, sondern auch überarbeitet. Eingeleitet wird die Dichtung durch einen längeren Brief Huttens an Crotus Rubeanus sowie durch ein vier Distichen umfassendes Gedicht von Konrad Muth, das sich ebenfalls an Crotus Rubeanus richtet. Der Dichtung folgt ein zweiter Prosabrief Huttens, der an Julius von Pflug adressiert ist" (zitiert aus der Internetpräsentation der "Opera poetica Basiliensia"). - Durchgehend mit 2 kl. Wurmlöchern. Obere rechte Ecke fachmännisch mit Japanpapier hinterlegt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
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2014-06-16 15:49:36
HORATIUS FLACCUS QUINTUS
(cinquecentina - aldina - 1519)[HORATIUS FLACCUS QUINTUS.]Q.Horatii Flacci Poemata omnia. Centimetrum Marij Seruij. Annotationes Aldi Manutij Romani in Horatium. Ratio mensuum, quibus Odae eiusdem poetae tenentur eodem Aldo authore. Nicolai Peroti libellus eiusdem argumenti. Venetiis in Aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri, mense novembri 1519. (cm 16x10) 8 cc.nn + 189 carte numerate + 1 pagina bianca + 1 cc.nn, legatura settecentesca mz pelle marrone e varese con tssello al dorso titoli e fregi oro. (frontespizio con angolo esterno inferiore, che non lede il testo, rifatto, e, diverse antiche postille manoscritte che fanno da contorno all'ancora di "ALDUS"; una ventina di pagine con antiche e strette postille manoscritte; alcune pagine con segni marginali manoscritti; ultima carta con manoscritto antico, 1605, di appartenenza) [Euro 550,00]
Bookseller: Libreria Gollini
2014-03-18 16:13:00
Pfinzing (Pfintzing), Melchior:
Augsburg, H. Schönsperger d. Ä., 1519.. 112 (von 290) nn. Bl.. Mit 75 (von 118) Holzschnitten von L. Beck, H. Schäufelen, H. Burgkmair, Jörg Breu, W. Traut u. a. in späterem Kolorit (19. Jhdt). 2° (327 x 215 mm). Grüner Maroquinband (um 1870) auf Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung, 2 großen punzierten Mittelbeschlägen, 8 vergoldeten Messingbuckeln, 3 vergoldeten punzierten Messingschließen und dreiseitigem Goldschnitt.. Die erste Auflage des Werks wurde von Kaiser Maximilian I verschenkt, diese 2. war ausschließlich zum Verkauf bestimmt. Erzählt wird in der Handlung einer Brautfahrt die Lebensgeschichte des Kaisers, der diese Autobiographie entweder "selbst diktierte oder doch nach genauen Anweisungen schreiben ließ" (5 Jahrhunderte Buchillustration 70). Die Ausführung übernahmen der Silberkämmerer Sigismund von Dietrichstein, der Geheimsekretär Marx Treitsaurwein und schließlich Melchior Pfintzing (Probst von St. Sebald in Nürnberg); den Satz führte der kaiserliche Schreiber Vinzenz Rockner in einer eigens entwickelten Type aus, einer aus der Kanzleischrift stammenden Vorform der Fraktur mit verzierenden Ober- und Unterschleifen. Gering berieben; Rücken etwas verblaßt; es fehlen 178 Bl. verschiedener Lagen mit insges. 43 Holzschnitten; Titelei auf altem Papier mit roter Tinte kalligraphisch faksimiliert; zahlr. Bl. teils zur Hälfte fehlend, dabei Abbildungen und Text professionell handschriftlich ergänzt; zahlr. Ein- und Ausrisse mit Papier hinterklebt; mehrere Seiten mit Tintenkritzeleien; durchgehend wasser-, stock- und braunfleckig; einige Finger- und … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg
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2014-03-06 06:47:30
Johann Schaeffler:
Konstanz, Johann Schäffler, 1519.. Fünfspaltiges O-Kalenderfragment mit Holzschnittleiste in schwarzem und rotem Druck mit einem Mondphasenholzschnitt. Das Fragment wurde 2006 fachgerecht restauriert und angeschöpft. Fragmentmaße: 45,5 x 34 cm, Blattmaße: 34 x 64 cm.. Die Datierung des Kalenders ergibt sich aus dem angegebenen Pfingsttermin am 27.Mai, der dann wieder den Ostertermin am 8. April ergibt. Damit kommen nur die Jahre 1509, 1515 und 1520 in Frage. Die angegebene Mondfinsternis "am Tag Bonifacii" passt nur auf das Jahr 1520. Der Drucker ergibt sich aus der Type M44 in Verbindung mit den Eigenheiten der Buchstaben V und W sowie der Holzschnitt-Randleiste mit dem "gebückten Mann" und den "Meereskatzen". Die Initialen des Blattes J.S.C. bedeuten somit: "Johann Schäffler Constanz (Costentz)" oder "Johannes Schaeffler Constantiensis". (Oliver Duntze Analyse 2006) Schäffler war von 1492 bis 1494 als Drucker in Ulm tätig, 1495 in Freising, 1497 bis 1499 wieder in Ulm und seit 1505 in Konstanz am Bodensee, wo er um 1533 gestorben ist. Aus der Inkunabelzeit ist kein Konstanzer Drucker namentlich bekannt, wenn auch eine Druckertätigkeit vor 1500 zu vermuten ist (Geldner I, 159).
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2014-03-04 19:28:38
(Basse, Heinrich):
Leipzig, Stöckel, 1519.. Broschiert. 23 (statt 24) Blätter mit blattgroßem Wappenholzschnitt. Ohne Titelbl. Einfache Broschur mit geklebtem Rücken und handschriftlichem Titelschild auf dem vorderen Deckblatt, da auch von alter Hand Titel und Autorenangabe. Leicht gebräunt und durchgehend unterschiedlich stark wasserfleckig. Mit einigen Marginalien von alter Hand. VD 16, B 732 (nach Benzing), DG. 12,7259. Nicht bei Adams, Knaake, Kucz, Pegg u. STC. Einzige Ausgabe! Das Titelblatt fehlt! Der Verfasser dieser seltenen Lobschrift auf das Haus Anhalt war Prior des 1525 von den Bauern zerstörten Klosters Ballenstedt. A33b.004
Bookseller: Buchhaus Stern-Verlag e.K.
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2014-02-23 15:59:26
[Institoris, Heinrich].
Lyon, (L. Martin &) Jean Marion, 23. II. 1519.. (216) Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit Schrotschnittdruckermarke am Titel, Holzschnittdruckermarke am letzten Bl. verso und mehreren Holzschnitt-Initialen. Mod. Lederband mit Streicheisenlinien und blindgepr. Wappensupralibros auf den Deckeln. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. Marmorvorsätze. 8vo.. Erster Lyoner Druck des berüchtigten, erstmals 1487 erschienenen "Hexenhammers", der die Methode des Strafverfahrens gegen Hexen darlegt und, von der neuen Technik des Buchdrucks beflügelt, wesentlich zum frühneuzeitlichen Hexenwahn beitrug. Noch frühe (insgesamt 13.) Ausgabe der verbreiteten Schrift, die bis ins 17. Jahrhundert nicht weniger als 37 Auflagen erleben sollte. - Am vorderen Innendeckel radiertes Wappenexlibris des Manuel de Aguilera y Ligues, XVIII Marques de Cerralbo (1904-77). Stellenweise unbedeutende Braunflecken bzw. Wasserrand. Einige wenige alte hs. Anstreichungen und Marginalien; am letzten Bl. verso zeitgenöss. Kollationsvermerk. Das Blatt z5 etwas knapp beschnitten (leichte Buchstabenberühung). - Wie alle frühen Ausgaben selten. - Coumont I4.13 (falsch: "208" Bll.). Gültlingen, Marion 26. Danet 16. OCLC 311906607. Nicht bei BM-STC French oder Adams. Zum Exlibris: Catalogo de Ex Libris de Bibliotecas Espanolas en la Biblioteca Nacional" (Madrid 1989), Nr. 30.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-13 18:10:48
Astesanus de Ast, (d. 1330?)
Lugduni (Lyon): Venundantur Lugduni : a Stephano Gueynard., 1519. Lugduni (Lyon): Venundantur Lugduni : a Stephano Gueynard., 1519 CCIII, [1], CCXXXVIII, [34] leaves. (1519 die v[er]o 4 Maij). Period blind-tooled pigskin, metal clasps, raise spine bands. The pigskin is discolored, lightly worn but solid. Woodcut title-page printed in red & black, woodcut initials. Inscription on title-page, "Johannes Maffei 1577", quite possible Giovanni Pietro Maffei (1533-1603), the Italian Jesuit and author. Lather ink notation at top of title "Collegii Societis Jesu...) with hand-drawn coat-of-arms at bottom. Some minor worming within. This is the major work of the important 14th-century Franciscan canon lawyer and theologian, from Asti in Piedmont, Summa de casibus conscientiae (Cases of conscience), a confessional work. EXTREMELY RARE!!! Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Louis Caron
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2014-02-12 20:58:29
ERASMUS, Desiderius
Basil Johann Froben 1519. First Edition Small 4to. pp. 222, [2]. Title inside ornate woodcut borders. Froben's woodcut device on verso of final leaf. The beginnings of sections II and III (pp. 29, 163) are each printed inside a woodcut border and each begin with a large decorative initial. Pages are clean and crisp overall but with very minor spotting / staining and periodic marginalia in a miniscule old hand. Pages in signature Z are printed out of order, but all leaves are present. Bound in modern quarter calf on late 18th - early 19th century marbled boards (rubbed). Calf board corners are also renewed. Desiderius Erasmus (1460-1527) Important Dutch Humanist writer, theologian and reformer. In 1516 Erasmus published his critical edition of the Greek New Testament. Immediately afterwards he started writing the "Paraphrases" or commentaries on the New Testament. These he considered suitable for the educated laymen. The "Paraphrases" were first published individually and were not collected together until 1524. They were soon translated into the common languages of Europe. In England the "Paraphrases" were particularly favored and English translations were placed in all the local parish churches in the country. [Adams E-789; VD16 E-3320; Bezzel 1434; Not in BM STC German]. Hardcover.
Bookseller: Robert McDowell Antiquarian Books
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2014-02-11 20:26:30
Hutten, Ulrich von.
Basel, Johann Froben, Januar 1519. 4to. 14 Bll. 26 Ss., 1 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Urs Graf und Druckermarke von Hans Holbein am Schluß. Moderner Halbpergamentband.. Früher Druck der zweiten Fassung von Huttens Erstlingswerk, der zwischen 1507 und 1509 entstandenen "Aufzählung einer Art von Sprichwörtern in Wortspielform mit praktischen Beispielen aus Haus und Hof" (Benzing), die eines seiner meistgelesenen Werke wurde. Die zweite Fassung ist um 30 auf 78 Distichen vermehrt, sowie mit einer längeren Vorrede an Huttens Freund Crotus Rubeanus (1480-1545) versehen. Hutten gibt darin seinem Unmut über Theologen und Juristen Ausdruck und berichtet außerdem, daß er bei seiner Rückkehr von seiner Italienreise 1515 von seinen Verwandten als "Niemand" behandelt wurde, da er keinen Doktortitel mitgebracht habe. Das vierseitige, auf den 24. August 1518 datierte Nachwort ist an Julius Pflug in Bologna gerichtet. Die schöne Titelbordüre, Narr und Satyr auf Säulen (Lüthi, Urs Graf, 50d & Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration 171 und Abb. 313) ist eine freie Abwandlung der Dürerschen Pirckheimer-Bordüre. Die monogrammierte Druckermarke von Hans Holbein ist bei Heitz-Bernoulli Nr. 33 verzeichnet und abgebildet. - Titeleinfassung zart ankoloriert, durchgehend rubriziert, schönes breitrandiges Exemplar. - VD 16, H-6388; Benzing, Hutten 68; Köhler 1723; Böcking XV, 7..
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat
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2014-02-10 12:47:25
Aldus-Drucke. - Statius, P. P.,
Venedig, Aldus Manutius & Andreas Torresanus, Januar 1519.. Pgt. d. 17. Jhs. 8vo. 294 num., 2 nn. Bll. - Zweite Ausgabe bei Aldus, erstmals 1502 erschienen. Schöne Ausgabe der wichtigsten Texte des Statius, gegenüber der ersten Aldine verbessert und mit einem Vorwort von Fr. d'Asola. - Ca. erste 30 Bll. mit Braunfleck im Fußsteg, stellenw. wasserrandig, vord. und hint. Vorsatz mit älterem Besitzerstempel, Innendeckel mit altem Besitzeintrag von Jacob Heinrich Pestalozzi. - Second Aldus edition, first published 1502. With 2 woodcut printer's devices (rep.). 17th cent. vellum. - Partly waterstained, first 30 leaves with brown stains in lower margin, endpapers with old ownership stamp, pastedown with old inscription "Jacobi Henrici Pestalozzi"..
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst GmbH vorm. F. Dörling Gmb
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2014-02-09 22:24:37
Brassicanus, Johann Alexander.
[Hagenau], (Anshelm für Johann Knobloch in Straßburg, April 1519).. (12) Bll. (aa-cc4). Mit großer figuraler Holzschnittinitiale. Geheftet mit Buntpapierstreifen am Rücken. 4to.. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung neulateinischer Verse, in denen der mit Brassicanus befreundete Erasmus verschiedentlich erwähnt wird, ebenso Hutten, dessen "Nemo" die vorliegenden Verse inspiriert hatte (vgl. G. Ellinger, Geschichte der nlat. Lit. Deutschlands im 16. Jh., Bd. 1 [Berlin 1919], S. 441). Brassicanus "inscribirte sich in Tübingen im Mai 1515 unter Joh. Stöffler's Rectorat, wurde [...] 1517 von der Artistenfacultät zum Magister creirt, veröffentlichte 1519 [... vorliegende] Dichtungen als poeta laureatus, und kam später als Professor an die Universität Wien, wo er [...] 1539 starb" (ADB). - Am oberen Rand teils knapp beschnitten mit gelegentlicher Berührung der Kopfzeile. Im Rand etwas gebräunt bzw. (finger-)fleckig; am Titel zeitgenöss. Signaturvermerk. Mittig und seitlich am unteren Rand des Titelblatts sind die Blindabdrucke der Typenzeilen sichtbar, die der Drucker zur Ausgleichzurichtung der sowohl recto als auch verso nur im oberen Bereich bedruckten Seite eingesetzt hatte. Selten; das einzige im Auktionshandel der letzten Jahrzehnte nachgewiesene Exemplar war inkomplett (1996: H&H 84, 175: DM 1100 (mod. Pp., das letzte Bl. faksimiliert!). - VD 16, B 7153. IA 123.888. Benzing 51f., 37. Burg 97. Panzer VI, 90, 536. Proctor/Isaac 11700. Ritter, Rep. 257. Walter 815. ADB III, 260. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-09 03:34:30
Galenus, Claudius.
Paris, Didier Maheu (for Godefroy Hittorp), (June) 1519.. Folio (331 x 218 mm). 206 ff. Title within four-part white on black title border with grotesques, putti, etc. Contemporary Venetian half calf, decorated with central knot patterns surrounded by ropework in blind, over oak boards, with one (of four) clasps, remains of others.. First edition of Thomas Linacre's translation of Galen's principal work on therapeutics; the original Greek text was not published until the Aldine edition of 1525. "Galen stands second only to Hippocrates in importance in ancient Greek medicine. His writings dominated Byzantine, Arabic, and mediaeval medicine for over a millennium, being superseded in anatomy only with Vesalius, in physiology with Harvey, and in pathology with Boerhaave" (Garrison and Morton). In the Abbasid period (after 750 AD), Arab Muslims began to be interested in Greek scientific and medical texts and had some of Galen's texts translated into Arabic. As a result, some texts of Galen exist only in Arabic translation, while others exist only in medieval Latin translations of the Arabic. In some cases scholars have even attempted to translate from the Latin or Arabic back into Greek where the original is lost. - Thomas Linacre (1460?-1524) was the first and most important translator of Greek medical writers; he sought to base medical teaching on the original texts of Galen and Hippocrates, rather than the versions that had come down through Arabic sources. As a physician and Greek scholar, he was at the forefront of the reform of English medicine. He studied in Padua, where … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-02-08 21:06:42
Brassicanus, Johannes:
Leipzig Melchior Lotter 1519.,. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. 9 (statt 10) nn., CXXII Bl. Mod. Hpgt unter Verwendung alter Druckseiten des 16. Jahrhunderts als Bezug.. Sehr seltener Leipziger Druck des berühmten Werkes, gedruckt bei Melchior Lotter d.Ä., dem Hauptdrucker Luthers. - Der Verfasser war Lehrer Melanchthons. - Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams, Graesse und British Museum. - VD16 ZV 2364. - Das fehlende Blatt B II liegt in Kopie bei. - Titel hinterlegt. Tls. fleckig, mit alten Marginalien in Rot. Leichte Randläsuren.
Bookseller: Carl Adler's Buch- und Graphikkabinett
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2014-01-04 19:21:57
ORIGENES ADAMANTIUS (Origen, Origenis).:
(Paris), venundantur cum reliquis eorundem tomis in edibus Joannis Parvi: et Jodoci Badii Ascensii, (1519).. Volumes III and IV only of 4, bound in 1 volume, (1519) Latin text, folio, approximately 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, 2 title pages, that to Volume III in red and black, both with architectural and pictorial borders, at the top Origen writing, in the centre the large device of the printer Josse Badius showing men working on the press, decorated initials throughout, leaves: (6), CCXXIIII; (2), CLXXV, bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands and title blind stamped to spine. Small dark spot at tail of spine, title neatly inked on fore-edges, title page to Volume III lightly soiled in lower outer corner, margin only, small neat repair to 3 margins, some early neat margin notes, occasional neat underlining or emphasis marks to margins, 1 or 2 corrections to text, not obscuring original, tiny wormhole to last 2 pages affecting running title but with no loss, final blank leaf with neat early manuscript notes and dusty and slightly stained. Contents otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and firm, a good sturdy copy. Date obtained from colophon to Volume IV. Volume III contains commentary on the New Testament (Matthew, Luke, the Epistle to the Romans); Volume IV contains chapters against heretics, the Contra Celsum, Peri Archon, and other material such as Tituli apologetici Pamphili pro Origene and Liber Rufini. Josse Badius Ascensius (1462-1535) was a humanist scholar and a pioneer of the printing industry. He set up his printing business in Pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2014-01-01 23:22:05
HOMER
[Edited by Niccolo Maiorano, Bishop of Malfetta]. Woodcut printer's device on titles (repeated at end of each vol.). Text surrounded by commentary, both in Greek; part of titles & preliminaries in Latin. 6 p.l., 751 pp.; [753]-1519, [1] pp.; 847, [1], [132] pp. Two vols. bound in three. Folio, cont. richly-blindstamped pigskin over boards (a little soiled), stamp of "G H V E" & date "1570" in central panel of each upper cover. Basel: H. Froben & N. Episcopius, 1559-60. The excellent and useful Froben edition of Homer's Iliad and the Odyssey, with the "great commentary" (Sandys) by Eustathius of Thessalonica (d. ca. 1193), archbishop of Thessalonica, and Byzantine scholar. This is his best known work and contains valuable extracts from the scholia of other critics, whose works are lost. They address questions of grammar, etymology, mythology, history, and geography. Eustathius' commentary is "important...that on the Iliad is twice as long as that on the Odyssey; both are preceded by literary introductions in which the commentator dwells with enthusiasm on the abiding influence of Homer on the literature of Greece. Both of them comprise many excerpts from earlier writers...His great commentary on Homer has led modern scholars to regard him as one of the most instructive of the Byzantines."-Sandys, A History of Classical Scholarship, I, pp. 420-21. The first edition to contain Eustathius' commentary appeared in Rome in 1542-50, edited by Niccolo Maiorano, Bishop of Malfetta, and printed by Blado. It is a famous rarity; Brunet, III, col. 278 states that our edit … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2013-08-01 16:17:50
MELA, Pomponius, and others
Florence,: the heirs of Filippo Giunta,, 1519.. Small octavo, italic letter, capital letters neatly rubricated; numerous annotations of differing vintage; an excellent copy in contemporary Italian vellum, flat spine lettered and banded in gilt. Scarce edition of this important collection of classical geographical texts, closely based on the Aldine edition published a year earlier, and including the especially famous works by Pomponius Mela and Julius Solinus. Pomponius Mela's work (see previous item) is the classic early exposition of the argument that the known landmasses in the northern hemisphere must have antipodean counterparts to balance them. Solinus was a legendary Roman geographer whose Polyhistor survived in manuscript until the age of printing, first appearing in print in Venice in 1473. His text, much of it based on Pomponius Mela, also incorporated material from Pliny's Natural History, as well as remarks on a number of historical, social, religious and natural history questions. Other material in this edition includes a translation into Latin of the Periegesis of Dionysius Afer, a 1st-century Greek world geography.Adams, M1054.
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2013-07-28 23:36:03
[Appianus] Appiano Alexandrino [Roman Civil Wars]
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2013-06-10 11:05:21
(HISTORIAE AUGUSTAE). -
Venezia, in aedibus Aldi, et Andrease Soceri, 1519.In-12. Legatura del '600 in marocchino rosso, stemma nobiliare al centro dei piatti entro doppia cornice di triplici filetti dorati e con le iniziali LB negli angoli, dorso in sei comparti con titolo e iniziali entro ricchi fregi oro; tagli dorati; lievi abrasioni e angoli con un po? usati. Ancora aldina sul frontespizio e in fine. (8), 422, (2) ff. Esemplare particolarmente grazioso, completo dei fogli 291-295 con la Oratio Heliogabali Romanorum Imperatoris ad meretrices (a volte rimossi dalla censura), interamente regolato in rosso, e di pregevole provenienza: le iniziali LB sulla legatura probabilmente indicano Louis Bijeau, per il quale cf. Oliver, Manuel de l'amateur de reliures armoriés français, tav. 486. Seconda edizione aldina di questa raccolta di biografie di imperatori romani da Adriano a Numeriano, ossia dal 117 al 284 d.C. Questa edizione, assai ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1517, venne curata da Giovanni Battista Egnazio (Venezia 1478-1553), umanista, filologo e poeta, amico di Grolier e curatore di testi stampati da Aldo Manuzio. Brunet III, 225. Renouard 87-8. The second much enlarged Aldine edition of this collection of biographies of Roman emperors. A particularly attractive copy, ruled in red, in a fine 17th century red morocco binding, covers with gilt coat-of-arms within gilt fillets and initials LB in corners; spine in six compartments and richly gilt; gilt edges; a few scratches and corners slightly worn. Bookplate on front pastedown: From the collection of Charles Butler of Warren Wood Hatfield … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-01-17 15:47:25
Augustinus, Aurelius:
Lyon, (Sacon für Giunta), 16. III. 1519.. 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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2012-11-28 03:30:02
Augustinus, Aurelius
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
2012-06-29 15:29:10
Gothi, Franciscus
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.
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2012-06-24 14:57:14
PETRARCA, Francesco
Venice: pt. 1, Gregorio de' Grigori; pt. 2, Bernardino Stagnino,, 1519. con li soi commenti non senza grandissima evigilantia et summa diligentia correpti et in la loro primaria integrita et origine restituti noviter in littera cursiva studiosissamente impressi. Quarto (202 × 145 mm), in 2 parts. Seventeenth-century tan morocco, flat spine ruled across in gilt, with intertwined CCs in spine compartments and corners of sides, sides ruled in gilt with a French fillet enclosing the gilt arms of Charles de Valois (1573-1650), duke of Angoulême and illegitimate son of Charles IX of France and Marie Touchet, gilt edges. With 7 full-page woodcut illustrations. Spine slightly darkened, joints a little rubbed, one or two very minor light stains internally, but an excellent copy. This edition prints the commentary of Francesco Filelfo to the Sonetti and Canzoni and that of Bernardo Lapini, called Ilicini, to the Trionfi. It also prints a preface to the Trionfi by Marsilio Umbro, and the life of Petrarch attributed to Antonio da Tempo.
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2012-06-18 23:34:50
CLAUDIANUS CLAUDIUS.
per haeredes Philippi Iuntae,, Florentiae, 1519. In 8? (160 x 95); 175 cc. numerate. Frontespizio con nota manoscritta di possesso, oltre ad un'altra nota con evidente cancellatura. Nota di possesso cancellata anche al colophon. "Ex libris Petri" al verso del piatto anteriore. La legatura Ë in pergamena recente rigida con unghie, di colore chiaro, titolo e data dell'opera stampati al dorso. Dedica iniziale di Antonio Francino a Francesco Spinello, a cui segue un breve resoconto della vita di Claudiano tratta dal quinto libro di Pietro Criniti. L'esemplare Ë in buone condizioni; salvo alcune fioriture a varie carte e piccoli forellini di tarlo nelle ultime quattro carte, senza toccare comunque il testo stampato. Piccolo strappo alle carte 10, 89, 90, 92, 145, 146. Adams C-2072; Isaac 13419 C. letteratura.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2012-06-05 17:17:21
ORIGENES ADAMANTIUS (Origen, Origenis).:
(Paris), venundantur cum reliquis eorundem tomis in edibus Joannis Parvi: et Jodoci Badii Ascensii, (1519).. Volumes III and IV only of 4, bound in 1 volume, (1519) Latin text, folio, 330 x 210 mm, 13 x 8¼ inches, 2 title pages, that to Volume III in red and black, both with architectural and pictorial borders, at the top Origen writing, in the centre the large device of the printer Josse Badius showing men working on the press, decorated initials throughout, leaves (6), CCXXIIII; (2), CLXXV, bound in modern quarter morocco over marbled boards, raised bands and title blind stamped to spine. Small dark spot at tail of spine, title neatly inked on fore-edges, title page to Volume III lightly soiled in lower outer corner, margin only, small neat repair to 3 margins, some early neat margin notes, occasional neat underlining or emphasis marks to margins, 1 or 2 corrections to text, not obscuring original, tiny wormhole to last 2 pages affecting running title but with no loss, final blank leaf with neat early manuscript notes and dusty and slightly stained. Contents otherwise bright and clean, binding tight and firm, a good sturdy copy. Date obtained from colophon to Volume IV. Volume III contains commentary on the New Testament (Matthew, Luke, the Epistle to the Romans); Volume IV contains chapters against heretics, the Contra Celsum, Peri Archon, and other material such as Tituli apologetici Pamphili pro Origene and Liber Rufini. Josse Badius Ascensius (1462-1535) was a humanist scholar and a pioneer of the printing industry. He set up his printing business in Paris in 1503 and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2012-04-03 08:02:09
SALMON André et PASCIN
1519 - Paris, Les Quatre Chemins, 1926. Broché, 150 x 206 mm, 108 pp. Quelques piqures marginales. EDITION ORIGINALE ornée en frontispice d'une eau-forte originale de Julius PASCIN, tirée sur papier du Japon et ici signée par l'artiste.Un des 300 exemplaires sur papier vergé de Montval celui-ci signé en tête par André Salmon.
Bookseller: Librairie le pas sage
2012-03-18 21:21:32
Josephus.
Paris: impensis Francisci Regnault & Iohannis Petit 1519 - title-page printed in red and black within a woodcut border, variably browned and foxed throughout, a few leaves with old repairs to blank corners (and one in blank area of title-page verso), some corrections and marginal notes in several early hands, early ownership inscription to title-page, ff. [i], viii, [1], ix-cxciiii, cx, [87], folio, eighteenth-century Italian vellum boards, red and green morocco lettering-pieces to spine, these just slightly worn at edges, good A reprint of the 1513-14 printing (also Regnault & Petit) of this Latin translation of Josephus’s works, using the version by Tyrannius Rufinus as edited by Robert Goullet (1480-1560). Schreckenberg describes it as an incorrect edition, and an early owner seems to have agreed - beneath the final colophon, which concludes ‘non sine multa lucubratione ingentique labore compilavit’ (‘compiled with much study and great toil’), he has added ‘sed non exacta fide et bona distributione’ (‘but without exact faith and good distribution’). A number of pages also include small corrections and sometimes one or two marginal notes, seemingly in several hands, including the alteration of ‘biblia’ to ‘bibliis’ in every headline of one section. (Schreckenberg p. 6)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA
2011-03-25 06:51:39
Schneidewein, Johann
1519. In folio, [mm. 387 x 230], pp. [4] – 615 – (1). Grandi testate, finali e capilettera ornati. Testo stampato su due colonne. Legatura originale in piena pergamena, dorso liscio con autore e titolo in oro tra due cordoncini attorcigliati, entro cornice sempre in oro. Al piatto anteriore Titolo scritto ad inchiostro con lettere gotiche ad iniziali riccamente ornate in epoca posteriore. Tagli spruzzati in rosso. Esemplare in ottimo stato, che presenta però la p. 205 staccata. Leggero alone alle pagine centrali che presentano qualche macchia normale per il tipo di carta. Goccia dello stesso tipo di inchiostro del titolo al piatto alla prima pagina. Cuffia inferiore strappata. Errore di numerazione a p. 153. Johan Shneidewein, nella forma ellenizzata Oinotomos nacque a Stolberg nel 1519; si iscrisse all’università di Wittenberg a soli undici anni, dunque proprio all’inizio della predicazione luterana, seguì gli insegnamenti di Melantone e Justus Jonas il vecchio. Lo stesso Lutero, presso il quale visse, gli consigliò, a soli venti anni il matrimonio con Anna Doring. Divenuto cancelliere presso il conte Gunther di Schwarzburg, dopo il ritorno a Wittenberg, nel 1551 divenne professore di Legge. Ebbe importanti ruoli di consigliere e nell’inverno del 1568, mentre era a Zerbst con Michael Teuber, venne trovato morto nel suo letto. Riportato a Wittenberg, è sepolto presso la tomba di Lutero.Le Institutiones, in quattro libri, sono ispirate all’insegnamento del suo maestro Melantone, e costituiscono l’opera principale del giurista tedesco e videro la luce nel 1573, nel corso di d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS [Foligno, PG, Italy]
2010-05-02 16:22:00
Dürer, Albrecht (1471-1528)
Germany: Albrecht Durer, 1519. AN EXTREMELY RARE WOODCUT PORTRAIT OF EMPEROR MAXIMILIAN I BY LEGENDARY GERMAN GRAPHIC ARTIST ALBRECHT DURER Woodcut Literature: Bartrum, Albrecht Dürer, 303-304; Bartsch, Le peintre graveur; 154; Bodnár, Dürer and his Contemporaries, 5,9; Hollstein, German Engravings, 205-206; Meder, Dürer-Katalog, 255 iv/iv. This commanding and extraordinarily rare woodcut portrait of Emperor Maximilian I (1459-1519), in absolutely superb condition, was executed by famed graphic artist and painter, Albrecht Dürer (1471-1528), around the time of the legendary German ruler's death in 1519. On June 28, 1518, Dürer, according to his own accounts, met the emperor "in a little room high up in the castle" while the pair was attending the Diet of Augsburg. During this encounter, the artist proceeded to create a splendid chalk drawing of Maximilian. The modest yet exquisitely realized work would ultimately serve as the portrait image contained within Dürer's magnificent woodcut, the first life-size woodcut portrait in European history. . Book.
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2010-04-05 18:43:53
Flemish School, 16th Century
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 basil … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2010-03-27 11:28:10
EMILIO, Paolo [Paulus AEMYLIUS] [d.1529]
Paris: Jodocus Badius Ascensius, [c1519-20]., 1519. folio. ff. 287, [2]. title within four-part woodcut border of armor, dolphins, &c. (Renouard D, in use July 1519-Feb. 1520). Badius woodcut device on title (Renouard 1). cribl? initials. 17th century mottled calf (worn but solid, joints cracked, internally a very good wide-margined copy). signature on title of Joannes Brecht of Tournon. Sixth Issue, comprising the second printing of the first four books (signatures a-u), the first printing of books V-IX (signatures x-S), and a revised errata. Emilio's history of the French monarchy to the mid-fifteenth century was commissioned by Charles VIII. The first four books were originally printed by Badius about 1517, reissued about 1519 with books V-VII added, and issued again together with books VIII and IX. The first four books were then replaced by a new, corrected printing. The difference between the fourth, fifth, and sixth issues is in the two errata leaves. Here they are unsigned and titled Recognitio, and have the errors for all nine books printed as one list. Mortimer's dating of the fifth issue as 1530 would appear to be incorrect, this version of the fine woodcut title border being found only in seven books issued by Badius between 22 July 1519 and 13 February 1520. Adams A231. Brunet I 64-65. Mortimer, Harvard French 16th Century Books, 196n. Renouard, Badius II, pp. 2-3 (this issue not described). Renouard, Imprimeurs II, 752C. cfBM STC French p. 4.. 1st Edition.
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2009-12-23 00:44:32
AGATHIAS SCHOLASTICUS.
& 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
2008-05-12 11:49:12
IOANNI BAPTISTAE EGNATII VENETI DE CAESARIBUS LIBRI iii .IN SPARTIANI.VOPISCUS.POLLIO.GALLICANUS.
Florentiae MDLI.: HAEREDES PHILIPPI JUNTAE, 1519. Florentiae MDLI.: HAEREDES PHILIPPI JUNTAE. [Giunti-prima edizione] (cm.16,4) buona piena pergamena originale semirigida con tracce di lacci. -- cc. 6 nn., cc. 2 bianche; cc. 88, cc. 301 + 1 c. con registro + 1c. bianca + 1c. con al verso la bella marca tipografica. Carattere corsivo elegantissimo. Dedica di G.B. Egnatio a Iacopo Minutio. Prima edizione giuntina di questo celebre classico, manca a CHOIX, BM. STC. e a vari altri repertori. Esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino, con spazi per lettere capitali e letterina guida ai capoversi. Solo lieve difetto all' unghia della legatura ben integrato. CAMERINI n° 128; BANDINI II 130; ADAMS s 780; RENOUARD p. 44 n° 28; GRAESSE III 225; BRUNET III 303.[f23] . ottimo. Rilegato. PRIMA EDIZIONE GIUNTINA. 1519.
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