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2019-01-17 00:38:15
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1520 Guillaume Livre Speculum Catholique Vierge Marie Marian Sermons Rosaire Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1520 Guillaume Pepin Speculum catholique Vierge Mary Marian Sermons Rosaire Guillaume Pepin était un fin 15e-siècle moine dominicain et prédicateur. Il a acquis sa renommée au début des années 1500 de ses sermons publiés, dans dont beaucoup des sermons publics Pepin attaqué la royauté et Francis I. Pepin lui-même a dit, « Redevance n'est une chose Sainte ? Qui il a fait ? Le diable, le peuple et Dieu : Dieu, parce que rien ne se passe avec sa volonté ; le diable, parce qu'il a insufflé une ambition et orgueil ; les gens parce qu'ils ont eux-mêmes consacrées à la servitude. » (Pepin, Sermones de Destrucitone, 1518 ; de la Farge) Pepin a joué un rôle dans la propagation de piété mariale et joué un rôle crucial dans le développement de l'utilisation moderne du Rosaire dans les traditions catholiques. Cet ouvrage, « Speculum Aureum Super, » parut en 1510 et j'ai vu des réimpressions étendues grâce à la mi-17e-siècle. C'est une collection de sept « Psaumes pénitentiels » ou des conférences sur l'évangélisation et l'enseignement dévotion. Numéro d'article : #2108 Prix : $950 PEPIN, Guillaume Spéculum aureum super septem psalmos penitentiales noviter editum a reverendo p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-16 08:37:12
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1520 1st Ed Epistles de st Ignatius Antioche + Catholique Church Père Polycarp Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1520 1er Ed épîtres de Saint Ignatius d'Antioch + église catholique père Polycarpe Ignace d'Antioche était un évêque et écrivain paléochrétienne du vingt-et-unième siècle. Tandis que sur son chemin vers Rome, Ignace a écrit une série de lettres, de nature semblable à la biblique épîtres de Saint Paul. Ces lettres, dont beaucoup ont été attribués à d'autres auteurs, sont un excellent exemple de la première église théologie et aborder des sujets importants tels que le rôle et la responsabilité des dirigeants de l'église, étude sur les sacrements de l'églises et Saints. Ignace est censé être le premier à utiliser le terme « église catholique » par écrit. Ignace cherchait à contrer beaucoup de gens qui faisaient des revendications du docétisme et les hérésies. Les lettres, ou épîtres, inclus dans cette impression de 1520 sont écrits pour : · Tralliens · Magnésiens · Tarsiens ou Tarshishians · Philippiens · Philadelphiens · Smyrnéens le La lettre qui contient la plus ancienne preuve de l'expression « l'église catholique a enregistré" · Polycarpe de Smyrne · Antiochiens · Héros, diacre d'Antioche · Éphésiens · Romains Selon Heckethorn, Adam Petri, l'imprimante, était … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-15 23:31:43
CAMPESTER, Lambert
Lyon: de Giunta, 1520. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1520 1ed Thomas Aquinas Summa Campester Post Incunable Aristote Problemata Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1520 1ed Thomas d'Aquin SUMMA Campester Post Incunable Aristote Problemata « La vérité peut être perçue que par le biais de la pensée » - Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica Thomas Aquinas était un 13e-moine dominicain siècle connu comme l'un des pères d'église les plus importants et influents et philosophes catholiques. Il est connu pour ses œuvres les plus connues comme « Summa Theologica » ainsi que ses commentaires sur Aristote et les épîtres de Paul. Cette 1520, incunable après impression est une impression assez rare et importante du commentaire du théologien dominicain allemand Lambert Campester. Très peu est connu de Campester, bien qu'il est connu principalement pour ce commentaire et être un étudiant d'Erasmus. Cependant, Erasmus a été hostile envers Campester. (Bietenholz, p.256). Numéro d'article : #5118 Prix : $1950 CAMPESTER, Lambert Problemata diui Thome Aquinatis que quodlibeticas questiones inepte neoterici vocant amendements autem rectius placita theologica nuncupamus Impresse Lugduni : Impensis honorati viri Jacobi q. Francisci de Giunta [et] socior [um] flore [n] tini : en amine [nous] Jacobi myt calcographi(IS), Lyon : Giunta … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-01-09 08:54:46
DE LA ROCHE, Estienne.
Guillaume Huyon for Constantin Fradin June 2, 1520, [Lyon]. First edition, extremely rare, of the first published work on algebra in French. This is a fine copy in a beautiful contemporary binding. Born in Lyon, then the principal commercial centre of France, La Roche was a student of Nicolas Chuquet and published for the first time in the present work large sections from Chuquet?s Le Triparty en la Science des Nombres, the most original mathematical work of the fifteenth century. Chuquet?s work, of which a single manuscript survives (BNF Fonds français 1346), remained unpublished until 1881. La Roche?s work thus printed for the first time several important innovations in arithmetic and algebra introduced by Chuquet: the use of exponents to denote powers of a number, often credited to Descartes who introduced them in his Géométrie more than a century later; the use of the ?second unknown? (see below) in the solution of systems of linear equations, which was an important step towards the invention of symbolic algebra by Viète; the use of negative numbers in the solution of equations; and the introduction of our terms ?million?, ?billion? and ?trillion? for powers of 106. La Roche also includes Chuquet?s ?règle des nombres moyens,? according to which a fraction could be found between any two given fractions by taking the sum of their numerators and dividing by the sum of their denominators; this rule could be used to find the solution of any problem soluble in rational numbers, once an upper and a lower bound for the solution had been found. La Roche intended his work to serv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2019-01-05 08:34:38
BOUSSARD (Geoffroy)
Paris, Jean Petit 1520 In-4, relié parchemin vert aux armes de la Bibliothèque de l’Abbaye de Saint Victor : O.H.R. 1493 (reliure du 18 ème S. restaurée) 4 feuillets non chiffrés et XCVIII feuillets chiffrés en romain ; rares annotations marginales ; petits trous de vers sur les 4 premiers feuillets. Initiales à fond criblé ; page de titre en rouge et noir avec la marque de Jean Petit ; annotation manuscrite sous le titre ; cachets de la bibliothèque Abrégé de Gabriel Biel et de Guillaume Durand. 15 mars 1520, n. st. (« calculo Romano » au colophon). Suit l'édition de 1511. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ARCALA LIVRES ANCIENS [CLERMONT FERRAND, France]
2019-01-05 08:34:38
BOUSSARD (Geoffroy)
Paris, Jean Petit 1520 In-4, relié parchemin vert aux armes de la Bibliothèque de l'Abbaye de Saint Victor: O.H.R. 1493 (reliure du 18 ème S. restaurée) 4 feuillets non chiffrés et XCVIII feuillets chiffrés en romain ; rares annotations marginales ; petits trous de vers sur les 4 premiers feuillets. Initiales à fond criblé ; page de titre en rouge et noir avec la marque de Jean Petit ; annotation manuscrite sous le titre ; cachets de la bibliothèque Abrégé de Gabriel Biel et de Guillaume Durand. 15 mars 1520, n. st. ( "calculo Romano" au colophon). Suit l'édition de 1511.
Bookseller: Arcala Livres Anciens [France, Clermont-Ferrand]
2019-01-04 17:07:24
Pontano, Giovanni Gioviano; Pietro Summonte, ed.
per haeredes Philippi Iuntae. Considered "the most important humanist of fifteenth-century Naples," statesman Pontano (1429-1503) is best remembered for his poetry and dialogues; this => astronomical work suggesting planets move through the heavens of their own will showcases another side of his scholarly efforts. First published in 1512 at Naples, this offering is part six of his Opera omnia in sex partes diuisa; the colophon of the first part is dated June 1518, with other parts periodically released before this final one dated 20 November 1520. The text is printed in single columns using italic font with guide letters (uncompleted); the Giunta printer's device appears on the pages following the register and an index. Provenance: Three early owners have added their signatures in ink to the title-page; that of "Petri Merighij" has been crossed out and replaced by the note "Hiacynti Martinij Liber," along with "no. 452" at bottom, and "Antonij Niccoli" has added his name above both with a monogram rubber-stamp at the bottom corner. The => large and lovely bookplate of the British Masonic Supreme Council 33 (ca. 1900-20) is on the front pastedown, and a series of names has also been added to the front fly-leaf in ink. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-01-03 07:42:14
CAMPESTER, Lambert
Lyon: de Giunta, 1520. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "The truth can be perceived only through thinking" ― Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica Thomas Aquinas was a 13th-century Dominican monk known as one of the most important and influential church fathers and Catholic philosophers. He is remembered for his best-known works such as 'Summa Theologica' as well as his commentaries on Aristotle and the Epistles of Paul. This 1520, post-incunable printing is an important and quite rare printing of the commentary of German Dominican theologian Lambert Campester. Very little is known of Campester, though he is remembered primarily for this commentary and being a student of Erasmus. However, Erasmus was hostile toward Campester. (Bietenholz, p.256). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-12-18 18:51:36
Erasmus, Desiderius
Basel: Johann Froben, January; March; and March, 1520. First collected editions. Titles within ornamental woodcut border, initials, printer's device in colophon. 465 [i.e. 495], [1]; 167, [1]; and 141, [3] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. First collected editions of these "Paraphrases" of the letters of Paul, which were undertaken shortly after Erasmus's revolutionary edition of the Greek New Testament of 1516. As part of that monumental reconstruction of the New Testament, Erasmus' intention was to "retell" the books of the New Testament in one, uninterrupted voice, without the clutter of textual commentary or critical interruption. It was a bold undertaking, and, in 1517, Erasmus began with the letters of Paul. They were first issued separately, starting with Romans in 1517; and editions appeared in Louvain (Thierry Martens), Leipzig (Valentin Schumann), and Basel (Johann Froben). The collected issues -- such as the three which are bound together in this exquisite volume -- began to be issued in Basel by Froben in 1519; and finally, in 1521, Froben issued a collected edition of all of the Pauline letters. All of the lifetime editions, both separate and collected, are rare on the market: the last copy of any of the above collected Pauline paraphrases to appear at auction was in 1977. Adams E790; E792; E791. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin. Covers somewhat soiled, one brass clasp missing, lower joint just starting but quite firm; internally a SUPERB, near flawless copy. Bookplate of scholar and author Nathan Comfort Starr.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-13 00:32:28
Giovanni Antonio da Brescia
Bulino, 1520 circa, privo di data, firma e di qualsiasi iscrizione. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, piega di carta e minimi restauri visibili al verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'attribuzione di questa stampa non firmata, che Bartsch aveva catalogato tra quelle anonime della cerchia di Marcantonio Raimondi, sembra essere certa. Si tratta di una delle numerose incisioni che Giovanni Antonio da Brescia realizzò su disegni di Raffaello. Riproduce, in controparte, le due sibille con un angelo e un putto della sezione a destra dell'affresco nella chiesa romana di Santa Maria della Pace, eseguito negli anni 1511- 12. L'incisione di Giovanni Antonio non sembra possa essere stata relizzata prima del 1520 circa. Il tratteggio sottile e regolare è, infatti, caratteristico del suo stile più tardo, e l'incisione è particolarmente vicina al "Laocoonte", dove gli elementi architettonici in particolare vengono eseguiti allo stesso modo. Giovanni Antonio apportò piccole modifiche al modello, tra le quali figurano l'aggiunta delle nuvole e l'omissione delle iscrizioni latine e greche. Ettlinger ha recentemente dimostrato che l’identità assegnata alle sibille di Raffaello è di origine settecentesca, quindi la tradizionale identificazione delle due sibille nell'incisione come la Frigia e la Tiburtina è incerta. Engraving, 1520 circa, unlettered. Magnificient proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, papaer fold and small repairs aon the back side, otherwise very good condition. The attribution … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-12-11 20:27:28
SAVONAROLA, Girolamo.
Impressaque Venetijs: exquisita diligentia per Alexandrum Bindonum die xj Februarij, 1520. In quo sunt inserte omnes censure papales & episcopales. Novissime recognita cunctisque mendis expurgata. Venice 1520, Latin text, small 8vo, approximately 155 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, half page woodcut on title page showing the author writing at a desk with a crucifix hanging in front of him and some books and a scroll on a cupboard to the right, large historiated initial at the beginning of the Prologue, small decorative or historiated initials to each chapter, text in black letter, paragraph marks heightened in bright red, initials touched in yellow, ruled faintly in red throughout, colophon on 104v facing large wood engraving of Lady Justice with a crown, sword and scales, a lion at either side of her feet, the lions hand coloured, leaves: (1)-104 (numbered 1004), (1), some misnumbering, but signatures correct, collated and guaranteed complete, signatures: A-N8. Handsomely rebound in modern blind decorated panelled calf, raised bands and blind motifs to spine, all edges red. Light browning to edges of endpapers, small brown mark to front pastedown, tiny area of worming at lower inner margin corner of first 2 leaves invisibly repaired, a little ink scribble to upper margin of 39v, old ink name on colophon page inked out long ago, tiny worm track in lower margin of final page, occasional small pale mark to margins, otherwise a very good clean copy. Savonarola wrote these instructions for taking confessions in about 1492. The book was first printed by the Venetian printer Lazarus de S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-12-11 16:47:16
Template | Trixum Beschreibung Erasmus Roterodamus, Desiderius. (Adagiorum chiliades quatuor). Io. Frobenius studiorum liberalium mystis ... ex quarta autoris recognitione. Basel, Froben, 1520. Folio, circa 32,5 x 22 cm. 26 Bll., 791 SS., mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Urs Graf und 2 Zwischentitel-Bordüren sowie grosser Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Ende und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließen. - VD16 E 1936; Bezzel Nr. 76; Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 14. Vierte Ausgabe bei Froben, nun mit 3443 Sprichworten und Redewendungen. Die erste Ausgabe von 1503 enthielt 818 Adagia und wurde dann stetig erweitert. Hier eine schöne Folioausgabe mit einigem Buchschmuck und der prachtvollen, erstmals für die zweite Ausgabe 1515 verwendeten Titelbordüre von Urs Graf. Sie zeigt eine fünfstockige Arkadenfassade, in deren Loggien paarweise Autoren des Altertums miteinander diskutieren oder sich ihre Werke vortragen; darunter Blick in einen sechseckigen Musen-Garten. Unter den Portraits finden sich Homer, Salomon, Hesiod, Platon, Aristoteles etc. - Titel mit altem Besitzvermerk Johann Heinrich Gobelius (Goebel), vielleicht der Bürgermeister von Trier im 17. Jahrhundert oder sein Vater, weitere Vermerk eines Hubertus Gobelius und zweite blasse neuere Stempel einer aufgelösten Zeitschriftenredaktion. Vorsatz mit längerem altem Eintrag, kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, nur ganz am Ende die weissen Vorsatzblätter in der unteren Ecke wasserfleckig, davon aber nur das letzte Textblatt wenig betroffen, sonst durchgehend bemerkenswert saub … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2018-12-10 17:09:11
Brief Frankfurt am Main 1520 Ursula von Melem - signiert
Frankfurt, (?), 1520. Ursula von Melem, Witwe des Bernhard Rorbach, bekennt, dass sie Heinz Kemp von Nürnberg 50 Gulden für eine Kappe aus rotem Samt sowie vier kleinere Kappen schuldig ist, die sie bis zur nächsten Fasten bezahlen wird. -- Datiert "Anno XVC XX jar sambstag nach derr geburt Jhesu Christi." -- Am Ende mit eigenhändigem Zahlungsvermerk von Ursula von Melem: "Des hab Ich orssel von mellem beczalt uff den helg. ... em xvc xxi jar." Außen am Brief Anmerkung "Ursula Bernh. Rorbachs W. verricht seine Besahl 1516. 17. etc."; diese Jahreszahlen kommen im Brief jedoch nicht vor. -- Zustand: Fleckig, Schäden am unteren Rand. Die Melems waren eine der angesehensten Patrizierfamilien Frankfurts. Johann d.Ä. von Melem ließ 1464 das "Steinerne Haus" im Stil einer rheinischen "Patrizierburg" erbauen (1944 zerstört, 1962 rekonstruiert), dessen Madonnenfigur angeblich die Züge seiner Tochter Ursula von Melem trägt. Laut einer Frankfurter Sage war der Bildhauer in aussichtsloser Liebe zu ihr entbrannt und gab der Madonna deshalb Ursulas Gesichtszüge und ergriff die Flucht. Ursula entsagte daraufhin auf immer der Ehe. Aus dieser Sage entstand das Frankfurter Sprichwort "Traurig wie die Madonna am Steinernen Haus". In Wirklichkeit war Ursula von Melen zweimal verheiratet: zuerst mit Walter von Schwarzenberg, in zweiter Ehe mit Bernhard Rorbach, den sie viele Jahre überlebte.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Mertens [Berlin, Germany]
2018-12-08 22:17:29
Boccaccio, Giovanni (1313-75) .
Milan: Officina Minutiana For Andrea Calvo, 10 June 1520.(1520). Beautiful gilt tooled 19th Century Green Morocco binding, AEG, 4to, Woodcut initalis, (6) , 104, (12) leaves. Ameto, a novel written in prose and verse, is a combination of allegory and pastoral romance and shows the influence of classical literature on Boccaccio's style. Added to this beautifully printed edition of Boccaccio's famous story is Clarico's interesting commentary, focusing on an important issue fo the time, the use of vernacular Italian in serious literary work; also, there is a long letter of the publisher Calvo addressed to a Roman gentleman Giovanni Pauolo concerning the text and Calvo's care in restoring it from a well written early manuscript. Adams B-2124; BM STC Italian, p. 108; Brunet I, 992; EDIT on-line 6253; Gamba 201 (note) ; Graesse I, 447. With armorial bookplate. A Fine beautiful copy. (KH-8-37)
Bookseller: Dan Wyman Books [Brooklyn, NY, UNITED STATES]
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2018-12-04 00:11:59
ARGELATA, Pietro, de.
(In fine:) Venetiis, Luceant. de Giunta, 1 marzo 1520. in-folio, ff. 160, ultimo bianco, leg. coeva in pergamena, tit. ms. al dorso. Testo su due colonne in car. semigotico, centinaia d'iniziali grandi e piccole in silogr.; al verso del foglio n. 159 sono colophon, registro e giglio dei Giunta impressi in rosso; inframezzate al testo dell'opera di Albucasis, che inizia col f. 125, un gran numero di figure silogr. rappresentanti strumenti chirurgici. Magnifica edizione giuntina, la prima col Trattato di Albucasis, e sesta in ordine cronologico del trattato di chirurgia di Petrus de Largelata (o P. de la Cerlata o de Argellata, medico e filosofo di Bologna, dove insegnò e morì nel 1423; la prima ediz. era stata pubblicata a Venezia nel 1480). Egli espone qui alcuni metodi innovativi che gli assicurarono la fama tra i pìù illuminati chirurghi del suo tempo; vi sono parti che trattano di odontoiatria, ginecologia ed ostetricia, tecniche per operazioni e fratture, ecc. ed inoltre presenta il proprio metodo per imbalsamare il corpo di Papa Alessandro V. La "Chirurgia" di Albucasis (o Alvaharabi o Bulchasis, come fu latinizzato nel medio evo il suo complesso nome arabo) fu tradotta in latino da Gherardo da Cremona già nel 1181 e successivamente da Simone da Genova ed Abramo giudeo e fu stampata per la prima volta da Nic. Jenson a Venezia nel 1471; il suo autore fu medico e chirurgo arabo di Spagna, nato a Cordoba e morto verso il 1010, celebre almeno fino alla metà del XVI secolo: l'opera venne ristampata a Oxford nel 1778 ed a Londra nel 1973, con testo arabo e traduzione inglese … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-11-17 08:30:26
CAMPESTER, Lambert
Impresse Lugduni : Impensis honorati viri Jacobi q. Francisci de Giunta [et] socior[um] flore[n]tini : In edib[us] Jacobi myt calcographi(IS), Lyon : Giunta, Jacques ; Lyon : Myt, Jacques 1520. 1520 1ed Thomas Aquinas SUMMA Campester Post Incunable Aristotle Problemata “The truth can be perceived only through thinking” -Thomas Aquinas, Summa Theologica Thomas Aquinas was a 13th-century Dominican monk known as one of the most important and influential church fathers and Catholic philosophers. He is remembered for his best-known works such as ‘Summa Theologica’ as well as his commentaries on Aristotle and the Epistles of Paul. This 1520, post-incunable printing is an important and quite rare printing of the commentary of German Dominican theologian Lambert Campester. Very little is known of Campester, though he is remembered primarily for this commentary and being a student of Erasmus. However, Erasmus was hostile toward Campester. (Bietenholz, p.256). Item number: #5118 Price: $1950 CAMPESTER, Lambert Problemata diui Thome Aquinatis que quodlibeticas questiones inepte neoterici vocant nos autem rectius placita theologica nuncupamus Impresse Lugduni : Impensis honorati viri Jacobi q. Francisci de Giunta [et] socior[um] flore[n]tini : In edib[us] Jacobi myt calcographi(IS), Lyon : Giunta, Jacques ; Lyon : Myt, Jacques 1520. Details: Foliation: Complete 156, [4] Signatures: A-V8 References: USTC 145306; Pettegree 88499; Baudrier VI 104; not in Adams; Bietenholz, Contemporaries of Erasmus; Language: Latin Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~6.25in X 4.25in (16cm x 11cm) Our G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2018-11-13 18:59:26
[HEURES À L'USAGE DE ROME]
(1520) Lacombe, "Catalogue des livres d'heures imprimés au XV et XVI siècles", 304 ; Moreau, B. Inventaire, II, 1511-1520, n° 2355. Brunet V, Heures, 254. Élégant livre d'heures à l'usage de Rome, imprimé en lettres rondes sur peau de vélin par Germain Hardouin. Il est décoré de 34 miniatures soigneusement mises en couleurs, probablement dans l'atelier parisien de Hardouin : 22 grandes miniatures (à pleine page ou à deux tiers de page) et 12 petites figures. Exemplaire réglé, les feuillets de texte avec encadrements dorés, bordures peintes décorés d'un cordage entrelacé, initiales dorées sur fond bleu et rouge. Il est daté, d'après l'inventaire de Moreau, de 1520 : le colophon, en français, n'est pas daté. Parmi les plus grandes miniatures : saint Jean à Patmos, L'Arrestation du Christ, Adam et Ève, L'Annonciation, La Visitation, La Nativité, L'Annonce aux bergers, L'Adoration des Rois Mages, La Présentation de Jésus au Temple, La Fuite en Égypte, Le Couronnement de la Vierge, Le Bain de Bethsabée, La Mort chevauchant un taureau, Job assis sur le tas de fumier, La Crucifixion, La Descente de Croix, La Pentecôte, L'Assomption, Le Trone de Grâce. Les plus petites : sainte Barbe, saint Michel, saint Jean-Baptiste, saint Pierre, saint Christophe, saint Etienne, saint Nicolas, saint Antoine, sainte Anne enseignante, sainte Catherine, sainte Barbe, sainte Apolline. La marque des Hardouin sur la page de titre est partiellement cachée par la peinture d'un écusson ; cachet sur un feuillet de garde et sur la page de titre non identifiés ; ex-libris manuscrit ancien. Une note manuscri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-11-09 02:18:07
APIANUS, Petrus
Vienna,: Johannes Camertius, 1520. Vienna,: Johannes Camertius,, 1520.. iuxta Ptolemei Cosmographi Traditionem et Americi Vespucii Aliorque Lustrationes a Petro Apiano Leysnico Elucbrat An. Do. MDXX. Woodcut map, margins ruled in red (some discreet marginal repairs). Petrus Apianus's 1520 world map is one of the most important early maps of the world, and the earliest map available on the market to name America. The only printed map to use the name ‘America' before Apianus' work is Martin Waldseemüller's 12-sheet map of the world, the sole surviving example of which was discovered in 1901 and purchased by the Library of Congress in 2001 for ten million dollars. Apianus drew heavily on Waldseemüller's map to create this work, with “a close geographic correspondence, a similarity of woodcutting style, and the same truncated cordiform” (Shirley). He also possibly used the globes of Johannes Schöner. It is one of the earliest maps to show the Americas as separate from Asia. However, Apian made one significant addition of his own: a passage between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans at the tip of South America, which is not present in Waldseemuller's map. Ferdinand Magellan began his voyage to find such a passage in 1519, the year before Apianus' map was published but the expedition would not return until September 1522. This map has been used in support of the theory that Magellan was aware of prior voyages that had reached the Pacific, of which we have no record. Martin Waldseemüller's map was produced to accompany the ‘Cosmographia introductio', published in collaboration wi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-06 16:46:12
LE GRANT ORDINAIRE
Paris, par la veufve feu Jehan trepperel et jehan Jehannot, 1520. 4to. ff. 149 [i]. Lettre Bâtard in double column. Title in red and black with large grotesque initial, partial border made up of eleven small woodcuts of devotional scenes, some in white on black criblé, full page woodcut on verso of title, fine full-page woodcut of Christ in Glory on verso of A4, two small text woodcuts, first quire printed in red and black, small woodcut white on black criblé initials, occasional marginal manuscript annotation in a slightly later hand, bookplate of Miss Audrey Ridsdale on pastedown. Light age yellowing, some light mostly marginal spotting, a few quires with light browning, the rare marginal mark or spot. A very good copy, crisp and clean, in early C19th probably English close grained green morocco, covers bordered with a double gilt rule, scrolled border with floral and leaf tools, central arabesque of small tools gilt, spine with raised bands richly gilt in compartments, red morocco label, gilt lettered, inner dentelles gilt. Spine and joints darkened. All edges yellow. Exceptionally rare edition, probably the second by the Veufe Trepperel, of this beautifully printed and illustrated popular work of devotion; it is recored in one other copy only, at the BNF. All early editions are extremely rare. The work is undated in the colophon and title, but can be dated from the text; on the verso of ff. 149 : "En lan mil cinq cens et xx le premier jour de febvrier apres la nativite de nostre seigneur fut dernierement consomme ce present livre " The ‘Grand Ordinaire des Chretiens’ is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-11-06 15:34:26
DE LA ROCHE, Estienne.
[Lyon]: Guillaume Huyon for Constantin Fradin, June 2, 1520. First edition. First edition, extremely rare, of the first published work on algebra in French. This is a fine copy in a beautiful contemporary binding. Born in Lyon, then the principal commercial centre of France, La Roche was a student of Nicolas Chuquet and published for the first time in the present work large sections from Chuquet's Le Triparty en la Science des Nombres, the most original mathematical work of the fifteenth century. Chuquet's work, of which a single manuscript survives (BNF Fonds français 1346), remained unpublished until 1881. La Roche's work thus printed for the first time several important innovations in arithmetic and algebra introduced by Chuquet: the use of exponents to denote powers of a number, often credited to Descartes who introduced them in his Géométrie more than a century later; the use of the 'second unknown' (see below) in the solution of systems of linear equations, which was an important step towards the invention of symbolic algebra by Viète; the use of negative numbers in the solution of equations; and the introduction of our terms 'million', 'billion' and 'trillion' for powers of 106. La Roche also includes Chuquet's 'règle des nombres moyens,' according to which a fraction could be found between any two given fractions by taking the sum of their numerators and dividing by the sum of their denominators; this rule could be used to find the solution of any problem soluble in rational numbers, once an upper and a lower bound for the solution had been found. La Roche intended … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2018-10-29 15:06:24
Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat
16th Century Pasport Signed By Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat. Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat NF Leaf Abbot of Montserrat 1520 Aproximatey 12.5 x 17 inches. Half a page of calligraphy on one side. Signed BApril 18, 1520. Y Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat requesting assistance for a group of monks traveling to Jerusalem. This apparently served as a passport and a request for aid on their travel. On wove paper with fold lines. Tiny separations at fold points. There is a laid in 1945 commentary by JSK. "The Montserrat letter is interesting, but would be much more so if we knew just why the mnojnks were "poor exiles" it sounds as if this is a letter of recommendation to a group of 62 making a pilgrimnage, perhaps to Jerusalem so indicated by a reference to a Bethlehem monastery in lines 12 and 13. Written in Latin. 650.00.
Bookseller: poor mans books [U.S.A.]
2018-10-28 22:03:32
Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat
Abbot of Montserrat. 0 Aproximatey 12.5 x 17 inches. Half a page of calligraphy on one side. Signed BApril 18, 1520. Y Pedro De Burgos Abbot Of Montserrat requesting assistance for a group of monks traveling to Jerusalem. This apparently served as a passport and a request for aid on their travel. On wove paper with fold lines. Tiny separations at fold points. There is a laid in 1945 commentary by JSK. "The Montserrat letter is interesting, but would be much more so if we knew just why the mnojnks were "poor exiles" it sounds as if this is a lketter of reccommendation to a group of 62 making a pilgrimnage, perhaps to Jerusalem so indicated by a reference to a Bethlehem monastery in lines 12 and 13. Written in Latin. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: poor man's books (mrbooks) [Vineland, NJ, U.S.A.]
2018-10-21 01:14:12
Marcantonio RAIMONDI
Bulino, 1520-1525 circa, siglato con la tavoletta vuota in basso a sinistra. Da un disegno perduto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, avanti l’indirizzo di Antonio Salamanca. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata irregolarmente alla linea marginale (parziale perita di parte incisa nel lato superiore e sinistro) in ottimo stato di conservazione. La Vergine della Palma è probabilmente basata su un disegno preparatorio, oggi perduto, per il dipinto della Madonna del Divino Amore del 1518 circa (Napoli, Museo Nazionale di Capodimonte). Il dipinto è attribuito a Giulio Romano o a Giovanni Francesco Penni, ma la responsabilità del disegno della composizione è stato attribuito a Raffaello. La stampa di Marcantonio Raimondi differisce significativamente dal dipinto. Oltre ad escludere lo sfondo e la figura di San Giuseppe, esistono anche sottili differenze nella configurazione del gruppo di figure centrali. L'incisione di Raimondi sposta la prospettiva del visitatore leggermente a sinistra. Questi cambiamenti suggeriscono che Marcantonio ha basato il suo lavoro su un disegno preparatorio perduto da Raffaello, piuttosto che sul dipinto. La differenza più evidenti è il grande albero di grande palma che si distingue sul paesaggio formato da colline rotondeggianti e abitazioni lontane, e che è probabilmente il contributo personale di Marcantonio al progetto. Raffaello e il suo circolo hanno creato diverse composizioni multi-figure che trattano questo soggetto biblica tra il 1516 e il 1520, ma senza la palma. È possibile che Marcantonio abbia aggiunto … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-10-18 00:31:02
Scuola di Marcantonio RAIMONDI
Bulino, 1520 circa, privo di data e firma. Primo stato, ante litteram, di tre. Bellissima impressione, su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Copia anonima, nello stesso verso dell’originale di Marcantonio Raimondi. L’incisione di Raimondi probabilmente è basata su un disegno di Giovanni Francesco Penni, oggi nella collezione di Leo Steinberg (cfr. Schoemacker, p. 133 n. 38). La scena raffigura la raccolta di grappoli d’uva, presieduta da un Sileno seduto pensieroso, con una coppa in mano, ed effettuata da quattro raccoglitori che eseguono il rituale festivo in potenti posizioni esemplari. Sebbene ogni singola figura e ogni oggetto della scena possono essere associati con antichi sarcofagi di argomento bacchico, non è stata individuata la fonte esatta per questa composizione. Engraving, 1520 circa, not dated or signed. First state ante litteram, of three. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, in very good condition. Anonimous copy, in the same direction, after Marcantonio Raimondi engraving. The engravings shows the harvesting of grapes, presided over by a thoughtful Silenus, cup in hand, accompanied by four harvesters who perform the festive ritual in powerful, exemplary postures. The Raimondi engraving is probably after a drawing attributed to Giovanni Francesco Penni, today in the possession of Leo Steinberg, see Shoemaker no. 38a. According to Shoemaker, Marcantonio Raimondi altered the drawing in a Raphaelesque manner and gave the image more weight and impact. Almost each detail can be associated w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-10-07 11:10:25
Marcantonio RAIMONDI (Sant'Andrea in Argine 1480 circa - Bologna 1534)
Bulino, circa 1520. Della serie I dodici Cesari. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, o di tre, avanti l'indirizzo dell'editore Salamanca e la numerazione. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. La serie I dodici Cesari rappresenta il primo esempio di riproduzione di monete antiche, ingrandite in misura significativa, secondo una pratica che divenne poi abituale e fu adottata da Daniel Hopfer ad Augsburg. Secondo Vasari, i ritratti degli imperatori erano tra le opere che Raffaello spedì a Dürer, il quale successivamente lodò l'arte di Marcantonio. Questa serie documenta il profondo interesse dell'artista per il settore antiquario, che lo spinse a riprodurre i modelli nel modo più fedele possibile. Per affinità stilistiche con l'incisione raffigurante Carlo V (B. 497), le opere possono essere datate intorno al 1520. Molto rara. Engraving, circa 1520. Series The Twelve Caesars. Example in the first state of two, or three, on the address of publisher Salamanca and numbering. Magnificent proof, rich tone, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed on copperplate, in perfect condition. The series The Twelve Caesars is the first example of reproduction of ancient coins, enlarged significantly, a practice which became routine and was adopted by Daniel Hopfer in Augsburg. According to Vasari, the portraits of the emperors were among the works that Raphael sent to Dürer, who later praised the art of Marcantonio. This series documents the artist's deep interest in the fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-10-06 09:31:35
PLUTARQUE ] GUARINO DE VERONE - ISOCRATE - CORNELIUS NEPOS - DONATO ACCIAIUOLI - GERARDUS VERCELLANUS - PROBUS AEMILIUS - JOSSE BADE
Paris, Aera debent jodoco Badio Ascensio 1520 (Josse Bade). In-Folio plein vélin d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de fleurons en noir. Titre manuscrit. Fleurons dans les angles des plats. 1 feuillet blanc, page de titre illustrée à la marque de l'imprimeur Bade. 21 feuillets non chiffrés pour la table alphabétique suivie de 393 feuillets ornés de lettrines décorées. À la fin du dernier feuillet. CCCXCIII : Finis in chalcographia ascensiana idibus julii 1520. Habes, lector studiose, quas in fronte polliciti sumus illustrium virorum vitas triplici discrimine : partim (quae plurimae sunt) e Plutarcho traductas, partim ex aliis sed plutarchicis addi solitas, partim ab Aemilio Probo concinnatas, cujus eum librum qui Romanos imperatores cum graecis... conferendos explicat desideramus. Quelques annotations anciennes manuscrites, une mouillure pâle en marge extérieure des dix derniers feuillets, sans atteinte au texte. Exemplaire complet et bien relié.
Bookseller: Librairie Gil Artgil Sarl [FR]
2018-10-01 08:03:56
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Condition: Very good. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. 1708 Exquisite FOLIO Catholic Breviary Roman Missal Illustrated Kempten Swabia An incredible, early 18th-century Catholic Roman Missal, complete with beautiful full-page engraved illustrations. Very rare with no other example for sale worldwide! Main author: Catholic Church Title: Missale novum Romanum : ex decreto sacrosancti Concilii Tridentini restitutum, pii v. Pont. Max. Iussu editum : et Clementis VIII. primum, nunc denuo Urbani Papae Octavi authoritate recognitum : in quo missae propriae de Sanctis, ac Festis novissimis, a summis Pontificibus ab anno 1640. usque ad 1708. tum de praecepto, tum ad libitum celebrari concessae ... appositae sunt. Published: [Kempten] : ex ducali campidonensi typographeo, per Ioannem Mayr, 1708. Language: Latin Notes & contents: · 1st edition, thus · 11 EXQUISITE full-page engravings · Collated complete with all pages: 632, 115, 16 FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 632 + cxv + 16 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: [Kempten] : ex ducali campidonensi typographeo, per Ioannem Mayr, 1708. Size: ~13.5in X 9in (34.5cm x 23cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $750 Language Latin Special A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-16 19:03:17
BERTHORIUS, PETRUS, ( Pierre Bercheur, Berchorius, Bersuire, Bercheure, Berchoire ).
Lugduni Impressum in officina libraria Jacobi Marechal, 1520. super tota[m] Biblia[m] fratris Petri Berthorij Pictavie[n]sis ordinis divi Benedicti divinaru[m] litteraru[m] studiosissimi, quattuor [et] triginta libris consummatu[m], singulisq[ue] ([cu]m materie exigentia[m]) capitibus aptissime distinctu[m], ubi notabiliorum historiaru[m] ac figuraru[m] veteris [et] novi testamentoru[m], premissa compendiosa textus summa, tropologica seu allegorica atq[ue] no[n]nunque [quamquam?] anagogica subnectit[ur] explanatio, adiectis Biblie [con]corda[n]tijs . 1520, date taken from colophon. Large 8vo, approximately 250 x 175 mm, 10 x 7 inches, Latin text, title page printed red and black, architectural border with portrait of Bercheur at the top and 14 portraits of scholars reading or writing at the sides and along the bottom, plus the printer's pictorial device below the text, numerous pictorial and decorated initials large and small, black letter printed in two columns, leaves: (12), CCXVIII (misprinted CCVIII), leaves LI to LIIII bound out of order, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in modern full calf, gilt lettered maroon label, gilt decoration to spine, blind decoration to covers, edges stained red, new endpapers. Remains of small label to lower margin of title page, small ink number in fore-edge margin of title page, some pale damp staining to lower margin of first 32 leaves, the same to upper margin of first 12 leaves, both recurring occasionally, name of Bible book in faint tiny hand in upper outer corner of rectos, small area of worming to fore-edge margin of 7 leave … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-09-12 12:59:39
ARNOLDUS DE VILLANOVA (ARNALDO DA VILLANOVA)
Venetiis,: per Alexandrum de Bindonis, 1520. Venetiis, per Alexandrum de Bindonis, 1520. In-8 p. (mm. 210x135), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 4 cc.nn., 150 cc.num., 18 cc.nn. (l'ultima bianca), sotto il titolo (in carattere gotico) bella marca silografata che raffigura la Giustizia; testo in carattere romano, con uno straordinario apparato iconografico di 150 tipi di piante, inc. su legno al tratto, ciasc. dettagliatam. descritta. Di estrema rarità, come tutti gli erbari antichi. Cfr. Sander,I,615 che cita anche numer. altre ediz., a partire dal 1490 - Essling,I (II),1193 - Nissen,2311 - Manca al Pritzel. Con lievi tracce d'uso e qualche lieve alone, altrim. esempl. ben conservato. <br> "Il più rinomato dei medici di Francia verso la fine del Duecento fu Arnaldo da Villanova (1240 ca. - 1312), uno dei più insigni rappresentanti della scuola di Montpellier. Chiamato “il Catalano”, è certamente una delle figure mediche più interessanti del Medio Evo e godette di grandissima fama. Fu una delle personalità più influenti anche nel campo della politica.. Nella storia della medicina è ricordato per le acute osservazioni che tramandò nel “Commentario al Regime Salernitano”". Così Castiglioni “Storia della medicina”, p. 348.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-08-12 05:49:59
TAPPER, Ruard
Antwerp, Michael Hillenius Hoochstratanus. FIRST EDITION. 4to. 15 unnumbered ll., A-D 4 , lacking D 4 (final blank). Woodcut initial. T- p a bit dusty, very rare marginal spotting. A very good copy in modern boards, the odd early annotation. Very good copy of this scarce theological pamphlet on the effects of ‘ecclesiastical custom’ on Christian conscience. Ruard Tapper (or Tappart, 1487-1559) was a Catholic theologian, dean of St Peter’s Church and chancellor of the university at Leuven; he was also an eminent, notoriously ruthless inquisitor. Delivered as a lecture at Leuven in 1520, ‘Questio’ focuses on the concept of ‘consuetudo’—which may mean ‘action carried out frequently’, ‘law drawn from customary actions’ and, to canon law experts addressed in this work, an ‘ecclesiastical custom’ which is binding to the individual and the community. ‘Questio’ examines the tensions between ecclesiastical and natural (i.e., traditional, non-ecclesiastical) customs, and how even socially-radicated ecclesiastical customs may go against regulations determined by canonical authority in the course of the centuries. In particular, it focuses on the effects of these tensions on the conscience of individuals who may defy ecclesiastical custom in private—e.g., perceiving one’s marriage as null despite its validity—whilst respecting it in public. No copies recorded in the US. USTC 437145; Nijhoff & Kronenberg 3917. Not in BM STC Dutch., Brunet or Graesse. L1611 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-08 06:00:15
Portis [oder Porzio], Leonardo (de)
(Basel), Froben, o. J. (ca. 1520). 2 Bll., 62 S., 3 Bll. Frühe Ausgabe dieses öfters aufgelegten Handbuchs über die Münzen, Maße und Gewichte des Altertums. - VD16 P 4394. - Leonardo Porzio (1460 - 1545) wollte mit vorliegendem Werk (erstmals um 1500 in Venedig erschienen) die Deutungshoheit über das römische Münz- und Messwesen erringen und stand damit in direkter Konkurrenz zu dem 1515 erschienen Werk "De asse" von Guillaume Bude. Der wissenschaftliche Streit zwischen diesen beiden beherrschte danach für einige Jahre die wissenschaftliche Diskussion. -"Porzio`s representation is in part rather speculative: he tried to reduce the classical measures to a natural basis, which for him meant the natural foot for lengths and siliquae (seed of cruciferous plants) for weights. in order to determine the lenghth of the Roman foot he used a measure that was conserved in Roman gardens, and arrived at the guess that the natural foot should be one-twelfth less than the foot of his time" (Iain Fenlon and Inga Mai Groote, Heinrich GlareanÄ`s Books. Cambridge 2013. S. 164). - Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk und größerem Tintenfleckig. Vereuinzelte hs. Randanmerkungen. Etw. gebräunt, durchgängige kl. Wurmgänge. *** /// *** Copyright: Matthaeus Truppe - Stubenberggasse 7 - A-8010 Graz - Tel. +43 316 829552 *** /// *** Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 500 8°. Mod. HPgmt. unter Verwendung von Material des 18. Jahrhunderts.
Bookseller: Matthäus Truppe [Austria]
2018-08-03 07:03:36
BLICT, Adrianus Vander
[n.p.] [s.n.](1520, [c.1515-1520.]). 10 fols. Later half calf with marbled boards. Rubbed but sound.A label on the front board titled in gilt. Rubricated throughout. Old pencilled shelfmarks on the front pastedown and one page with a marginal note in ink. A clean crisp copy, printed on heavy paper. Two copies only located in Bodleian and HBZ Rhine-Westphalia catalogues. The latter suggests it may be a fragment of an otherwise unknown work but it appears to have had a separate existence as copies are listed in 19th century catalogues issued by Thomas Rodd and Thorpe.
Bookseller: Cobnar Books Ltd [Deal, Kent, UNITED KINGDOM]
2018-07-25 18:08:36
Hus, Jan).
[Basel, Adam Petri], (August 1520). 4to. (8), 231, (1) pp. With a large figurated woodcut "C" initial by Hans Holbein. 18th century half vellum with ms. spine title. First edition of Hus's principal work, commonly known in English as "Treatise on the Church", ascribed to Adam Petri's Basel printshop on the basis of typographical features. Written in 1413 at the castle of one of Hus's protectors in Kozí Hrádek, near Sezimovo Ústí, the book evidences the author's strong intellectual and spiritual ties with the English reformer John Wyclif, whose like-titled "De ecclesiae" has been written in 1378 (Hus however, unlike Wyclif, did not reject the notion of transsubstantiation). "This treatise became Huss's 'apologia pro sua vita', the defense of the views which he had drawn from Wyclif and advocated. [. It] has a place of first importance among works on the church [.] It is the best known work on the subject issued from Augustine to the Reformation period [and] has had a permanent influence upon the development of the idea of the church" (Schaff, Introduction to the 1915 edition, p. xi-xxxi). - A little more than a century after Hus was burned at the stake in Constance, Luther was sent a manuscript copy of the work and, upon reading it, enthusiastically embraced Hus's central tenets, famously writing to Georg Spalatin in February 1520 that "without knowing it, we are all Hussites". But half a year later, two printed versions appeared almost simultaneously in 1520 - one under the original title used here, the other entitled "De causa Boemica" (printed by Anshelm in Hagenau; the p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-07-04 20:42:23
Curtius, Rochus; Corte, Rocco
1520. Lyon, 1520. 1st edition. First Edition of a Classic Study of Church Patronage Curtius, Rochus (Corte, Rocco) [fl. 1470-1515]. Tractatus Perutilis Et Quotidianus De Jure Patronatus... [Lyon]: Vincentius de Portonariis, De Tridino Monte Ferrato, [1520]. 37 ff. Text in parallel columns. Folio (15-3/4" x 11"). Recent three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, endpapers renewed. Negligible light shelfwear and soiling. Title page with large woodcut printer device, printed in red and black, large woodcut initial with (possibly) later coloring at head of text, woodcut decorated initials, text printed on wide-margined paper. Light toning, somewhat heavier in places, underlining and brief annotations in early hand to a few leaves. An appealing copy of a rare, handsomely printed edition. $5,000. * The ius patronatus is the body of laws concerning patronage by members of the church, including the granting of privileges, lands and goods. First published in 1506, the commentary of Rochus Curtius was a standard work on this subject into the seventeenth century. Our edition is remarkable for its magnificent typography and notably wide margins. (title as inverted pyramid in red); remarkably broad-margined, printed on strong paper. The printer Vincent de Portonariis, de Tridino de Monte Ferrato is not stated in the colophon; he is only identified by the printer device on the title page. As a result, this imprint is often mis-attributed. OCLC locates 2 copies of our 1520 imprint, both in Germany. Not in Adams or the Universal Short-Title Catalogue.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-07-04 18:22:19
Erasmus, Desiderius
Basileae (Basel): Cratander 1520 10 Blatt, 741 (recte 725) Seiten. Blindgeprägtes Ganzleder der Zeit auf Karton und vier Bünden mit Bindebändern, Klein-Oktav, 16,6 cm. (Fehlstellen am Rücken alt restauriert, Lederbindebänder brüchig, Titelblatt FEHLT und durch ein Faksimile ersetzt, Vorsätze erneuert, durchgehende, unauffällige Wurmspur, durchgehend Feuchtigkeitsspuren, Seiten 395-404 stärker fleckig) Letzte 7 Blatt im unteren Rand ausgebessert. Lagenzählung: a 2-10, b-t 1-8, t-z 1-8, A-Y 1-8. Das "t" wurde für zwei aufeinander folgende Lagen doppelt vergeben. Die Paginierung ist teils irrig, sie springt von: 112 auf 117, 308 auf 331, 364 auf 367, 570 auf 573, 636 auf 639 und 654 auf 647. Statt 741 hat der Band deshalb nur 725 Seiten. Druck in Kursivschrift mit 25 Zeilen. Auf Seite 346 ff. finden sich wenige zeitgenössische Marginalien. Das fehlende Titelblatt wurde durch ein hervorragendes Faksimile auf altem Papier ersetzt. Im Wesentlichen ist das Faksimile nur durch die fehlende Wurmspur zu erkennen. Mit einem Empfehlungsschreiben von Papst Leo X. auf der Rückseite des Titels, datiert 10. September 1518, das zum ersten Mal in der Ausgabe Froben 1519 abgedruckt wurde. Nach Seite 654 ist ein später entstandener Kupferstich auf Pergament eingebunden: S. Iacobus Maior, der Heilige Jakob mit der Jakobsmuschel am Gewand, in der Platte bezeichnet: C. Galle. "Cornelius Galle der Ältere (geb. 1576 in Antwerpen; gest. 29. März 1650 Antwerpen) war ein niederländischer Zeichner des Barock und das erfolgreichste Mitglied einer Kupferstecherfamilie. Er war ein Sohn von Philipp G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (VDA / ILAB) [Berlin, Germany]
2018-07-04 18:07:02
Erasmus, Desiderius
Basileae (Basel): Cratander 1520 10 Blatt, 741 (recte 725) Seiten. Blindgeprägtes Ganzleder der Zeit auf Karton und vier Bünden mit Bindebändern, Klein-Oktav, 16,6 cm. (Fehlstellen am Rücken alt restauriert, Lederbindebänder brüchig, Titelblatt FEHLT und durch ein Faksimile ersetzt, Vorsätze erneuert, durchgehende, unauffällige Wurmspur, durchgehend Feuchtigkeitsspuren, Seiten 395-404 stärker fleckig) Letzte 7 Blatt im unteren Rand ausgebessert. Lagenzählung: a 2-10, b-t 1-8, t-z 1-8, A-Y 1-8. Das "t" wurde für zwei aufeinander folgende Lagen doppelt vergeben. Die Paginierung ist teils irrig, sie springt von: 112 auf 117, 308 auf 331, 364 auf 367, 570 auf 573, 636 auf 639 und 654 auf 647. Statt 741 hat der Band deshalb nur 725 Seiten. Druck in Kursivschrift mit 25 Zeilen. Auf Seite 346 ff. finden sich wenige zeitgenössische Marginalien. Das fehlende Titelblatt wurde durch ein hervorragendes Faksimile auf altem Papier ersetzt. Im Wesentlichen ist das Faksimile nur durch die fehlende Wurmspur zu erkennen. Mit einem Empfehlungsschreiben von Papst Leo X. auf der Rückseite des Titels, datiert 10. September 1518, das zum ersten Mal in der Ausgabe Froben 1519 abgedruckt wurde. Nach Seite 654 ist ein später entstandener Kupferstich auf Pergament eingebunden: S. Iacobus Maior, der Heilige Jakob mit der Jakobsmuschel am Gewand, in der Platte bezeichnet: C. Galle. "Cornelius Galle der Ältere (geb. 1576 in Antwerpen; gest. 29. März 1650 Antwerpen) war ein niederländischer Zeichner des Barock und das erfolgreichste Mitglied einer Kupferstecherfamilie. Er war ein Sohn von Philipp G … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (VDA / ILAB) [Berlin, Germany]
2018-07-04 18:06:17
Erasmus, Desiderius
Basileae (Basel): Cratander, 1520. leather_bound. Gut. 10 Blatt, 741 (recte 725) Seiten. Blindgeprägtes Ganzleder der Zeit auf Karton und vier Bünden mit Bindebändern. Klein-Oktav, 16,6 cm. (Fehlstellen am Rücken alt restauriert, Lederbindebänder brüchig, Titelblatt FEHLT und durch ein Faksimile ersetzt, Vorsätze erneuert, durchgehende, unauffällige Wurmspur, durchgehend Feuchtigkeitsspuren, Seiten 395-404 stärker fleckig). Letzte 7 Blatt im unteren Rand ausgebessert. Lagenzählung: a 2-10, b-t 1-8, t-z 1-8, A-Y 1-8. Das "t" wurde für zwei aufeinander folgende Lagen doppelt vergeben. Die Paginierung ist teils irrig, sie springt von: 112 auf 117, 308 auf 331, 364 auf 367, 570 auf 573, 636 auf 639 und 654 auf 647. Statt 741 hat der Band deshalb nur 725 Seiten. Druck in Kursivschrift mit 25 Zeilen. Auf Seite 346 ff. finden sich wenige zeitgenössische Marginalien. Das fehlende Titelblatt wurde durch ein hervorragendes Faksimile auf altem Papier ersetzt. Im Wesentlichen ist das Faksimile nur durch die fehlende Wurmspur zu erkennen. Mit einem Empfehlungsschreiben von Papst Leo X. auf der Rückseite des Titels, datiert 10. September 1518, das zum ersten Mal in der Ausgabe Froben 1519 abgedruckt wurde. Nach Seite 654 ist ein später entstandener Kupferstich auf Pergament eingebunden: S. Iacobus Maior, der Heilige Jakob mit der Jakobsmuschel am Gewand, in der Platte bezeichnet: C. Galle. "Cornelius Galle der Ältere (geb. 1576 in Antwerpen; gest. 29. März 1650 Antwerpen) war ein niederländischer Zeichner des Barock und das erfolgreichste Mitglied einer Kupferstecherfamilie. Er war … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (Einzelkaufmann) [Germany]
2018-06-29 14:33:28
OVIDE (Publius Ovidius Naso)
Venise, Tacuinus de Tridino, 1520; in-folio, 10 ff.n.ch. (titre et index) + 187 ff., demi-vélin à coins du XIXe siècle, dos lisse, titre manuscrit au dos. Graesse, Trésor de livres rares et précieux, V, 77. Belle édition des Fastes donnée par Tacuinus de Tridino, qui se distingue des précédentes par la présence du commentaire de G. Merula. Impression en caractères ronds, les gloses sur deux colonnes entourant le texte. Le titre, imprimé en rouge et noir et placé dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois, est admirable. En outre, six très jolies figures, gravées sur bois, ornent le début de chaque livre. Bel exemplaire, bien conservé. 1520
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
2018-06-26 06:28:22
Scoto Duns
Lugduni excusum in edibus Jacobi Mytm sumptu Jacobi q. Francisci de Giunta et socij florentini 1520. 8°, pp. 155x105, cc. 154 (3), legatura in piena pergamena rimontata, tracce di bindelle ai piatti, titolo manoscritto su tassello cartaceo al dorso, piatti leggermente imbarcati. Annotazioni al contro-piatto e alla prima carta bianca, doppio ex-libris alla seconda carta bianca (recto e verso); bellissimo frontespizio figurato in silografia: cornice architettonica con putti che sorreggono anfore e ghirlande, titolo in rosso incorniciato da triangolo sorretto da due putti che reggono due stemmi con iniziali IFZ sormontati da croce doppia, stemma giuntino in rosso; l'illustrazione raffigura il filosofo allo scanno nell'atto di scrivere. Al verso del frontespizio annotazione manoscritta sul margine inferiore, testo in carattere gotico su due colonne con grandi iniziali ornate, fitte e copiosissime glosse ai margini, carte rifilate con saltuarie perdite delle glosse; molti capilettera sono stati colorati. Colophon con data al margine basso e grande marca tipografica giuntina: due leoni rampanti sorreggono scudo con cerchio, croce doppia e iniziali IFZ, appeso a un albero con giglio tra le fronde, annotata anche la penultima carta bianca. Affascinante esemplare da studio, postillato da mano antica (coeva?), nel complesso ben conservato, qualche forellino di tarlo e sporadiche piccole gore, di uno tra gli studi più importanti della teologia scolastica medievale: il Librer Sentetiarum di Pietro Lombardo. Duns Scotus, noto anche l'epiteto Doctor Subtilis, è da annoverarsi tra i pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [IT]
2018-06-24 06:31:00
Luther, Martin.
Augsburg, Silvan Otmar 1520. 4to. 8 Bll.nnum. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Daniel Hopfer. Umschlag. Vierte deutsche Ausgabe von Luthers im Frühjahr 1519 gehaltener Predigt »Sermo de Duplici Justitia« über die »zwiefache Gerechtigkeit«. "Es gebe Gerechtigkeit bloß vor Menschen, in äusseren Werken stehend, darin man in Wahrheit nicht Gott, sondern sich selbst diene; die wahre Gerechtigkeit sei fürs erste die fundamentale und wesentliche, nämlich diejenige, welche wir ausser für uns in Christo durch den Glauben haben" (Köstlin/Kawerau I. 278). Die schöne Groteskenbordüre mit Maskarons und Mischwesen von Daniel Hopfer war die erste, die er für den Drucker Otmar schuf. Sie ist verzeichnet und abgebildet bei Metzger, Hopfer Nr. 158 und wurde von Otmar bis 1525 verwendet. - Nummer und zeitgenössischer Besitzeintrag auf Titel, alt foliiert, schönes breitrandiges Exemplar. - Contemporary ownership inscription on title, old foliation, good wide margined copy. - VD16, L-6000; Benzing 346; WA 2, 144d. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
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2018-06-08 15:46:06
Fries, Lorenz
4to. (20) pp. (final blank). With woodcut title border. 18th century marbled wrappers. Extremely rare first and only edition: a defence of astrology written against the criticisms of Martin Luther, quoting Avicenna and other Arabic scholars. "In 1520 Luther had published a comment to the decalogue, including among the violators of the first commandment also magicians, necromancers, and astrologers. Luther's hostility toward astrology was great; moreover, this anti-astronomical polemic on a religious basis was widespread enough as was the traditional, contrary attempt to show [...] the religious legitimacy of astrology. But, coming from a heretic such as Luther, this new attack on astrology could very easily be turned around. Laurent Fries, a physician and astrologer of Colmar, intervened in defense of the science of the stars with a short work (Ein kurtze Schirmred der Kunst Astrologie ... [A Brief Defense of the Art of Astrology], J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1520) written in the form of a dialogue between Fries himself and Luther. In this work Fries tried to show that astrology was, from a Christian point of view, perfectly orthodox and not therefore, as Luther had maintained, a pagan science" (cf. C. Ginzburg, Il nicodemismo [Turin, 1970], p. 30). Among the witnesses called by Fries in defense of astrology are not only the gospels and the great thinkers of antiquity, but also several of the great Muslim philosophers and physicians, including Ibn Sina (Avicenna), Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi (Rhazes) and 'Ali ibn al-'Abbas al-Majusi (Haly Abbas). - Occasional insignificant … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-06-08 15:46:06
Hutten, Ulrich von.
[Straßburg, Johann Schott 1520]. 4to. 24 Bll. nnum. Moderner Pappband. Erste Ausgabe, zweiter Druck. Nach dem Reichstag zu Worms verfaßte Hutten im September 1520 auf der Ebernburg seines Freundes Franz von Sickingen seine Verteidigungsschriften gegen Rom, wobei er in Schreiben an Kaiser Karl V., Friedrich den Weisen, Albrecht von Brandenburg und an alle Stände des Reichs um Hilfe für sich und sein deutsches Anliegen zu ersuchen. Anlass war, dass Hutten befürchtete, der Papst könnte den Kaiser und die deutschen Fürsten dazu bringen, ihn an das apostolische Tribunal in Rom auszuliefern, wo er augrund seiner Kampfschriften angeklagt werden sollte. In seiner Schrift erklärt er den Papst für nicht zuständig, ihm würde ein Prozess in Deutschland zustehen. - Titel etwas fleckig und gebräunt, sowie mit handschriftlichem Eintrag »Martino Ludero«, sonst gutes Exemplar. - Title slightly browned and with a few stains, otherwise good clean copy. - VD16, H-6237; Benzing-Hutten 133; Köhler 1667; Benzing, Strasbourg 840. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-05-19 20:33:03
Erasmus Roterodamus, Desiderius
Basel, Froben, 1520. Folio, circa 32,5 x 22 cm., 26 Bll., 791 SS., mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Urs Graf und 2 Zwischentitel-Bordüren sowie grosser Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Ende und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließen VD16 E 1936; Bezzel Nr. 76; Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 14. Vierte Ausgabe bei Froben, nun mit 3443 Sprichworten und Redewendungen. Die erste Ausgabe von 1503 enthielt 818 Adagia und wurde dann stetig erweitert. Hier eine schöne Folioausgabe mit einigem Buchschmuck und der prachtvollen, erstmals für die zweite Ausgabe 1515 verwendeten Titelbordüre von Urs Graf. Sie zeigt eine fünfstockige Arkadenfassade, in deren Loggien paarweise Autoren des Altertums miteinander diskutieren oder sich ihre Werke vortragen; darunter Blick in einen sechseckigen Musen-Garten. Unter den Portraits finden sich Homer, Salomon, Hesiod, Platon, Aristoteles etc. - Titel mit altem Besitzvermerk Johann Heinrich Gobelius (Goebel), vielleicht der Bürgermeister von Trier im 17. Jahrhundert oder sein Vater, weitere Vermerk eines Hubertus Gobelius und zweite blasse neuere Stempel einer aufgelösten Zeitschriftenredaktion. Vorsatz mit längerem altem Eintrag, kaum gebräunt oder fleckig, nur ganz am Ende die weissen Vorsatzblätter in der unteren Ecke wasserfleckig, davon aber nur das letzte Textblatt wenig betroffen, sonst durchgehend bemerkenswert sauber. Einband berieben, die vorderen oberen Ecken mit kleinen Ausbesserungen, sonst schöner und dekorativer Prägeband auf Holzdeckeln mit intakten Schliessen. [19 Warenabbildu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
2018-05-17 21:12:41
Scoto Duns
Lugduni, excusum in edibus Jacobi Mytm sumptu Jacobi q. Francisci de Giunta et socij florentini, 1520. 8°, pp. 155x105, cc. 154 (3), legatura in piena pergamena rimontata, tracce di bindelle ai piatti, titolo manoscritto su tassello cartaceo al dorso, piatti leggermente imbarcati. Annotazioni al contro-piatto e alla prima carta bianca, doppio ex-libris alla seconda carta bianca (recto e verso); bellissimo frontespizio figurato in silografia: cornice architettonica con putti che sorreggono anfore e ghirlande, titolo in rosso incorniciato da triangolo sorretto da due putti che reggono due stemmi con iniziali IFZ sormontati da croce doppia, stemma giuntino in rosso; l'illustrazione raffigura il filosofo allo scanno nell'atto di scrivere. Al verso del frontespizio annotazione manoscritta sul margine inferiore, testo in carattere gotico su due colonne con grandi iniziali ornate, fitte e copiosissime glosse ai margini, carte rifilate con saltuarie perdite delle glosse; molti capilettera sono stati colorati. Colophon con data al margine basso e grande marca tipografica giuntina: due leoni rampanti sorreggono scudo con cerchio, croce doppia e iniziali IFZ, appeso a un albero con giglio tra le fronde, annotata anche la penultima carta bianca. Affascinante esemplare da studio, postillato da mano antica (coeva?), nel complesso ben conservato, qualche forellino di tarlo e sporadiche piccole gore, di uno tra gli studi più importanti della teologia scolastica medievale: il Librer Sentetiarum di Pietro Lombardo. Duns Scotus, noto anche l'epiteto Doctor Subtilis, è da annoverarsi tra i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Spalavera [Verbania, Italy]
2018-05-09 07:26:10
LUTHER, Martin.
Wittenberg, (Johann Rhau-Grunenberg), 1520. [18] ff. (last blank). Small 4to. Modern half maroon calf. Wittenberg, (Johann Rhau-Grunenberg), 1520. First edition of what may be considered one of Martin Luther's (1483-1546) most influential and important works. "Von der Freiheit eines Christenmenschen" (The Freedom of a Christian) is the most widely read treatise with its formula simultaneously of freedom and slavery of Christians. His cry for Reformation is present here in the original Latin version together with Luther's letter to Pope Leo X which contains his personal and respectful support for him. He proposes in this treatise a drastic reform that differs greatly from Rome. Present here we have the very rare third of Luther's only three primary Reformation treatises. The others being "De captivitate Babylonica ecclesiae praeludium, 1520" (The Babylonish Captivity of the Church) and "An den Christlichen Adel deutscher Nation, 1520" (To the Christian Nobility of the German Nations). Here Luther asserts Christian life solely to the faith, and rejected the traditional doctrine in the whole sum of Christian life. In clarity, focus and unity of thought drafted by Luther himself the preceding German edition is underlayed. "Seltener Urdruck der lateinischen Ausgabe von der Freiheit eines Christenmenschen, die gegen die deutsche Ausgabe in einigen Ausführungen vervollständigt und schärfer praezisiert ist " (Jackson). The book is dated 6th September 1520 as found on the unnumbered leaf 8, and appeared in November 1520. Not less than 36 other editions were published within one and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2018-04-29 07:09:21
[DE LA BIBIOTHEQUE DE FERNAND COLOMB : "Colombina Biblioteca"] - [GAUTIER DE METZ (f. 13th century)].
Paris, [Lotrian], [circa 1520-1530. 1530 1 vol in-8° (187 x 140 mm.) de: [26] ff. (dont titre gravé et 1 blason gravé sur le dernier f.). Plein maroquin rouge XIXe, dos à faux nerfs orné et titré à l'or, encadrements de frises dorées sur les plats avec le navire de Christophe Colomb dans chaque angle, encadrement intérieur, emboitage moderne en demi maroquin rouge et toile (Reliure signée par Chambolle-Duru pour le Baron Pichon). (étiquette "288" de la bibliothèque de Charles Fairfax Murray; ex-libris à l'or sur maroquin rouge du Baron Pichon avec sa devise "MEMOR FVI DIERVM ANTIQVORV PS. CXLII."; inscription en page de garde à l'encre "exemplaire de Fernand Colomb mort en 1539, fils de Christophe Colomb. Acheté en 1885. hez. Edition non citée.") Rare exemplaire de cet ouvrage géographique populaire constitué dun recueil médiéval de géographie, d'astronomie et d'autres sciences physiques, texte qui a circulé sous forme de vers et de prose depuis le 13ème siècle. Il est attribué à Gautier de Metz, poète et prêtre français qui laurai produit (vers 1246), se basant sur le texte latin médiéval « Imago mundi » d'Honorius Inclusus. Le poème de Gautier est l'un des nombreux ouvrages médiévaux «encyclopédiques» qui décrivent la création, la géographie et l'astronomie avec des passages factuels et imaginaires. Des monstres, des trésors et des terres lointaines sont évoqués dans ce poème pseudo-scientifique, qui a été traduit en plusieurs langues au moyen âge et magnifiquement illustré dans de nombreux manuscrits. Le poème "Mappemonde", attribué à Gautier de Metz, fut probablement … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J-F Letenneur Livres Rares [France, Saint Briac sur Mer]
2018-04-05 22:31:33
ERASMO DA ROTTERDAM.
Basilea, Froben, 1520. In - folio; 16 carte (compreso il titolo con ampia bordura xilografica al recto e al verso), 77 colonne, 792 pagine. Altra ampia bordura xilografica alla prima pagina di testo, con grande iniziale, anch'essa incisa in legno. Solida legatura del '900 in mezza pelle e carta antica ai piatti, tassello in marocchino con titolo in oro. Ex libris Forbes Library stampigliato al titolo. Assai lieve gora al margine superiore bianco di poche carte iniziali; sporadiche note marginali di antica mano. Importante edizione, una delle pi-- belle, dei celebri "Adagia", accresciuta e revisionata dallo stesso Erasmo, con una nuova prefazione e con un epilogo aggiunto in fine dall'editore. Il volume Š stampato con la consueta cura da Froben e impreziosito dalle xilografie, tra le quali spiccano i ritratti su fondo nero: il titolo alla prima carta Š inquadrato da una larga bordura xilografica: su tre lati si trovano i ritratti di 21 autori classici greci e latini tra i quali Omero, Esiodo, Platone, Aristotele, Euripide, Virgilio, Plinio ecc. Altre 2 bordure con ornamenti vari si trovano al verso del titolo e alla prima pagina di testo e sono state attribuite ad Ambr. Holbein (Holbein Kat. Basel 123). Gli Adagia, raccolta di proverbi e detti famosi tratti dai classici greci e latini, fu pubblicata per la prima volta a Parigi nel 1500 e continuamente accresciuta fino alla morte dell'autore nel 1536. Il testo rimase per decenni uno dei fondamenti dell'educazione umanistica: attraverso il commento ai proverbi, molti dei quali divenuti patrimonio comune delle diverse culture o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2018-04-03 21:18:35
Luther, Martin
(Nürnberg, Jobst Gutknecht, 1520. Kl.4° (18 x 14,5 cm). 10 nn. Bl. Mit 1 Titelholzschnitt. Halbpergament um 1900. Benzing 502; Knaake I,84; Kuczynski 1391. - Gestochenes Wappenexlibris auf dem vorderen Innendeckel. - Titel mit Notiz von alter Hand. - Diese seltene, von Gutknecht in Nürnberg gedruckte Ausgabe, erschien ein Jahr nach der Erstausgabe. In dieser bedeutsamen Schrift zur Abendmahlslehre verkündet Luther das Heilsgut, dem die Gläubigen im Abendmahl teilhaftig werden. Es habe dreierlei Form: Das Zeichen (Brot und Wein), die Bedeutung (Gemeinschaft der Heiligen) und den Glauben. Er fordert, daß diese Sakramente nicht nur den Priestern, sondern allen Gläubigen zustehen. - Im Anhang stellt sich Luther der Unsitte der Bruderschaften entgegen, die sich, wie etwa einzelne Handwerkszünfte, unter das Patronat eines Heiligen stellen, aber meist unter diesem Deckmantel kein frommes, sondern ein sehr ausschweifendes Leben führen. - Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt eine prächtige Monstranz. - In guter Gesamterhaltung.
Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2018-04-03 08:46:35
LUCANUS M.A. (LUCANO)
in aedibus Guilielmi de Fontaneto Montisferrati, 1520. In-4 p. (mm. 304x202), legat. in mz. pelle coeva (restaur.) con piatti in legno (manca il fermaglio in pelle), dorso a cordoni, 4 cc.nn., CCVI cc.num., incluso il frontesp. stampato in rosso e nero entro bella cornice ornamentale tratteggiata; testo inquadrato dal commento (in carattere tondo), ornato da pregevoli grandi capilettera per lo più su fondo nero, e con 10 bellissime vignette nel t., tutto xilografato. Cfr. Essling,854: "Bois de l'édition 4 juin 1511 avec les différences suivantes: Livre III, Combat devant Dyrrachium / Livre VII, Soldates assaillis par des serpents" - Sander,II,4021 - Adams,L-1566 - Choix de Olschki,IV,4757. "La "Farsalia", poema epico di Marco Anneo Lucano (Cordova 39 d.C. - Roma 65 d.C.) in dieci libri, è rimasto incompiuto. L'argomento dei primi 8 libri è la guerra tra Cesare e Pompeo, negli ultimi due v'è il racconto delle imprese d'Africa e d'Egitto.. Più che di Cesare, che egli dipinge uomo settario, avido di guerre e stragi, Lucano è fervido ammiratore di Pompeo che eleva a simbolo della libertà repubblicana. Nei suoi ottomila versi la "Farsalia" riesce opera a vero carattere storico.. e vi attinsero anche storici posteriori, tanto più che le decadi di Livio corrispondenti a questa guerra civile sono oggi perdute". Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,III, p. 301. Ultima c. restaur. per strappi e picc. manc. (non di testo); con uniformi arross. più o meno lievi e fiorit. ma complessivam. un discreto esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-03-25 15:26:40
ORBELLIS, NICOLAUS DE (1400-1475) (COMMENTARY ON DUNS SCOTUS)
Paris, Francis Regnault 1520 Fine woodcut elephant device of Francois Regnault on titlepage. . Octavo near contemporary laced vellum with manuscript spine title (vellum crinkled and hinge starting to split at front of spine). Titlepage in red & black (early ownership neatly written on either side of Regnault's elephant device) Unpaginated but 374 leaves most neatly numbered in manuscript, collated complete. Colophon dated Paris 8th May 1521. *Nicolas de Orbellis' commentary on John Duns Scotus' work on Peter Lombard's Sententiae (referenced by Adams O251).
Bookseller: Abbey Antiquarian Books [Blockley, GLOS, United Kingdom]
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