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         Urtail und mainung, auch andere reden, antwurten un(d) handlung Doctor Martin Luther belangend, auß dem latein in teütsch gebracht.

      - (Augsburg, S. Otmar), 1521. 4to. 4 Bl. Mit ornamentaler Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. Neue Kartonage mit Buntpapierbezug. Zuerst lateinisch 1520 erschienen; hier einer von 5 Drucken der deutschen Ausgabe, die alle 1521 erschienen sind. - Im Winter 1519/20 hatte Oecolampadius als Domprediger in Augsburg gewirkt. Hier erlebte er, wie die Sache Luthers, die er bis dahin für einen Streit unter Gelehrten erachtete, sich zur Volksbewegung steigerte, die nach einer Stellungnahme verlangte. Er zog sich in das Brigittenkloster Altomünster zurück, um sich über seine eigene theologische Position klar zu werden. Die vorliegende Schrift war nicht zur Veröffentlichung bestimmt. Sie enthält darum keine vorsichtig abwägende theologische Argumentation, dafür ein umso eindeutigeres Bekenntnis zu Luther. Zugleich hat Oecolampadius hier allerlei Berichte und Zeugnisse gesammelt, die ihm zu Ohren gekommen sind und zeigen, dass der Vorstoß Luthers keine abwegige und aussichtslose Sache ist, sondern trotz der Machenschaften von Seiten Roms und verschiedener Theologischer Fakultäten weiter an Boden gewinnt. - Staehelin 35; Kuczynski 2059; VD 16, O 360. - Ränder gebräunt u. leicht stockfleckig.

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         Ein Klag über den Lutherischen Brandt zu Mentz.

      (Zürich, Christoph Froschauer d. Ä., 1521). Mit Titelholzschnitt (wiederholt auf dem letzten Blatt) und ganzseitigem Holzschnitt (Kreuzigungsgruppe) auf der Rückseite des Titelblattes. 4 unnum. Bll. Mod. weinroter Maroquin mit Rückentitel. Im Pappschuber. 20,5 x 15,5 cm. Benzing, Hutten 157 u. Abb. S. 96; VD 16, H 6370; Goed. II, 231, 32; Böcking XXIII B 6; Weller 1791. - Einer von sechs Drucken des Jahres 1521 und eines der frühesten Erzeugnisse des Christoph Froschauers als selbständiger Drucker, noch ohne Adresse. - Auf dem Titel und wiederholt zum Schluss befindet sich eine der frühsten Darstellungen einer Bücherverbrennung. Man erkennt Mönch und Teufel sowie den päpstlichen Legaten Alexander, der die Verbrennung veranlasst hatte. - \"Wie der Titel schon andeutet, hat die Verbrennung der Lutherischen Bücher zu Mainz am 29. November 1520 durch Aleander diese Verse ausgelöst. Sie sind von der lateinischen Exclamatio durchaus verschieden, berühren sich aber mit ihr in einigen Punkten. Der Tenor der zum Teil ungelenken Verse wird durch eine volkstümliche Rhetorik ausgeglichen...\" (Benzing). Der Text schließt mit Huttens Motto \"Ich habs gewagt\". - Gleichmäßig bräunlich, kaum fleckig. Blattweiser mit leichtem Abklatsch auf dem folgenden Blatt. Breitrandiges und wohlerhaltenes Exemplar! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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         C. Suetonii Tranquilli XII Caesares.

      - Venetiis. Aldus et Andrea Soceri. 1521. 1 vol. in-8, plein maroquin rouge XIXème, filet doré d'encadrement et marque des Alde au centre des plats, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées (reliure attribuée à Roger PAYNE).[60] ff. ; 320 ff. ; [1] p. Édition "assez rare" nous dit Renouard, et qui "ne se rencontre le plus souvent que très mal conditionnée, parce qu'elle fut longtemps le manuel de quiconque voulait étudier l'Histoire Romaine". Seconde édition aldine, enrichie d'une préface d'Erasme.Exemplaire réglé, à grandes marges, parfaitement établi.Des Bibliothèques Syston Park, Charles V.D. Elst et François Ragazzoni avec leur ex-libris.Renouard I, 157. Livres [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Adagiorum liber. Eiusdem de inuentoribus rerum libri octo, ex accurata autoris castigatione, locupletationéq. non uulgari, adeo ut maxima ferè pars primae ante hanc utriusq. uoluminis aeditioni accesserit

      Basel, Johann Froben, 1521 (July). First printing of revised and vastly enlarged editions of Polydore's collection of adages or proverbs and of his encyclopaedia De Inventoribus rerum, on those who have discovered things, in a well-preserved calf binding executed circa 1550 in Paris for Marcus (Marx) Fugger. The edition is distinguished by a fine woodcut title-border representing the "Triumph of Humanitas" by Urs Graf.Vergilius, Polydorus Urbino 1470? - 1555 Urbino Adagiorum liber . Eiusdem de inuentoribus rerum libri octo, ex accurata autoris castigatione, locupletationéq. non uulgari, adeo ut maxima ferè pars primae ante hanc utriusq. uoluminis aeditioni accesserit. Basel, Johann Froben (July 1521) Two parts, folio (302 × 200 mm), (206) ff. signed A6 a-q6 r4, A-D6 E8 F-P6 Q8 and irregularly foliated (6) 1-114 (i.e. 100), (6) 1-92 (i.e. 94). Woodcut border on title-page, horizon­tal and verti­cal borders on first page of text, woodcut initials, and printer's device. provenance Marcus Fugger (1529-1597), the binding fore-edge boldly lettered in ink Pol. Verg. Adag. by a Fugger librarian, and shelfmark xxvi -a-18 written on free-endpaper -- sale of the residue of the Fugger family library by Sotheby's, 'Fine Conti­nental Books and Manuscripts', London, 5 December 1991, lot 215 The spine of the binding abraded at foot, with partial loss of leather in one compartment; vellum spine labels missing; otherwise a faultless copy. binding near-contemporary French calf; covers pan­elled in blind. First printing of revised and vastly enlarged editions of Polydore's collection of adages or proverbs and of his encyclopaedia De Inventoribus rerum, on those who have discovered things, in a well-pre­served contemporary calf binding of circa 1550 executed in Paris for Marcus (Marx) Fugger. The edition is distinguished by a fine woodcut title-border representing the 'Triumph of Humanitas' by Urs Graf (see Fig.1). 1 The Adagia or Proverbiorum libellus was originally published at Venice in 1498 as a col­lection of 306 proverbs drawn exclusively from classical sources. In the dedicatory letter to Richard Pace written for our Basel edition, the author explains that he began to collect adagia sacra because he felt that Christians should not depend on Greek and Latin prov­erbs alone, but should season their writings also with Christian wisdom. These adagia sacra, taken from the Bible and the Gospels in particular, are 431 in number, and practi­cally double the size of the work. [img-2324-left-large_default] Fig.1 Woodcut title-border by Urs Graf (272 × 172 mm, borderline) Polydore's De Inventoribus rerum, an encyclopaedia of inventors and inventions mainly from the classical past, but also Jews, Egyptians, and Asiatics, was first printed at Venice in 1499, as three books dealing with material inventions, natu­ral philosophy, medicine, and other profane matters. In our 1521 edition, Polydore introduced five new books on the history, organisation, and rituals of the church, including much information on pagan cus­toms, which ensured that the book was placed on the Index (first by the Sorbonne in 1551, then on the Trent Index in 1564). The work is celebrated as the earliest history of medicine after the invention of printing, as the first modern effort to explore the history of technology, and as an early and original essay in anthropology and comparative religion. Also considered are painting and painters (notably Raphael), sculpture, and architecture in the author's native Italy. 2 Thirty Latin editions had appeared by Polydore's death in 1555 and in all more than one hundred editions in various recensions and seven languages were published by the eighteenth century. 3 [img-2325-left-large_default] Fig.2 Parisian binding of circa 1550 (310 × 220 × 38 mm) The binding belongs to a group of similarly bound volumes that once formed a substantial part of Marcus Fugger's library. The material of these tasteful bindings is a smooth brown calf decorated by one, two, or three panels (see Fig.2), each formed by three fillets, with a fleur-de-lys stamped at the angles in gilt or blind (as here). The centres of the covers some­times are left empty (as here), or are decorated by an emblematic bird tool or double-headed eagle. 4 The volumes of this group were all bound circa 1545-1552 in the same anonymous (probably Parisian) workshop, which apparently also executed luxurious bind­ings for Fugger. 5 Most of Fugger's books have the author's name (and/or title) boldly lettered in ink up the fore-edge, indicating how the books originally stood on the shelves in his library. At an uncertain, later date, the volumes were shelved in the modern manner, and a librarian pasted vellum labels descriptive of the contents onto the spines (as often, the label has fallen away from our volume, leaving a residue of the adhesive). 6 A large part (if not all) of Marcus Fugger's books descended to the princes of Oettingen-Wallerstein; the finest were sold in Munich by Karl & Faber in 1933-1934. Many others, incorporated in the Oettingen-Wallerstein family library at Schloss Harburg (formerly Maihingen), were sold in 1980 to Freistaat Bayern and deposited in Augsburg Univer­sity Library. The remnants, including the present volume, were consigned anonymously to Sotheby's, and sold on 5 December 1991. references H.M. Adams, Catalogue of books printed on the continent of Europe, 1501-1600, in Cambridge libraries (Cambridge 1967), V-442; Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des xvi. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1994), V-772 1. F.W.H. Hollstein, German etchings, engravings & wood­cuts, 1400-1700 (Amsterdam 1977), xi, p.138; Frank Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration, 2: Basler Buchillustration 1500-1545, catalogue of an exhibition held in Universitätsbibliothek Basel (Basel 1984), pp.120-121, fig. 176. 2. Brian P. Copenhaver, 'The historiography of discovery in the Renaissance: the sources and composition of Polydore Vergil's De Inventoribus rerum' in Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 41 (1978), pp.192-214; Catherine Atkinson, Inventing inventors in Renaissance Europe: Polydore Vergil's 'De inventoribus rerum' (1499 and 1521) (Tübingen 2007), p.98. 3. Helmut Zedelmaier, 'Karriere eines Buches: Polydorus Vergilius De inventoribus rerum' in Sammeln, Ordnen, Veranschaulichen: Wissenskompilatorik in der Frühen Neuzeit (Münster 2003), pp.175-203 (esp. p.190); details of eighty-four 16th and 17th century editions, with locations of 479 copies (including fifteen of our 1521 Basel edition), are provided on Zedelmaier's online project (http://dbs.hab.de/Polydorusvergilius/portal-texte/text_01_e.htm; link). 4. Ilse Schunke, 'Der Pariser Marx-Fugger Meister' in Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1952, pp.189-194; Anthony Hobson and Paul Culot, Italian and French 16th-century book­bindings (revised edition Brussels 1991), pp.100-103 no. 41; Michael Laird, 'Some sixteenth-century bindings in the New York Public Library' in Bulletin du Bibliophile 1994, pp.308-311. 5. Paul Needham, Twelve Centuries of Bookbinding 400-1600 (New York 1979), pp.204-205; Paul Rupp, 'Pracheinbände Pariser Meister aus der Bibliothek des Marcus Fugger' in Bibliotheksforum Bayern 13 (1985), pp.77-86. 6. See reproductions in Hobson and Culot, op. cit., pp.100, 103.

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         Vita et gesta Karoli Magni [edited by Hermann von Nuenar]

      Cologne, Johannes Soter, 1521. First printing of the earliest memoir of Charlemagne (742-814), written perhaps a decade after his death by a former courtier adopting the literary model of Suetonius' Vita Augusti. The fine title-page illustration, depicting Charlemagne and Charles V together within a border charged with imperial insignia, and also the printer's device, and woodcut initials, were designed and cut by Anton Woensam von Worms (circa 1493/1500-1541). Bound with San Giorgio, Benvenuto da, conte (1450-1527). De origine Guelphorum, et Gibellinorum. Basel, Andreas Cratander, [January 1519] Bound with Buonaccorsi, Filippo, called Callimaco Esperiente (1437-1496). Historia de rege Vladislao, seu clade Varnensi. Augsburg, Sigismund Grimm & Marcus Wirsung, [30 May 1519] Bound with Basse, Heinrich (fl. 1519) Panegiricos genealogiarum illustrium principum domiorum de Anholt. Leipzig, Wolfgang Stöckel, 1519 Einhard Maingau circa 770 - 840 Seligenstadt Vita et gesta Karoli Magni [edited by Hermann von Nuenar]. Cologne, Johannes Soter, 1521 quarto (208 × 145 mm), (100) ff. signed A-B4 C6 a-q (alternate signatures of 6 and 4) r6, not foliated or paginated. Woodcut on title-page (173 × 127 mm), three initials, and printer's device at end. provenance Fürstlich-Fürstenbergische Bibliothek at Donaueschingen, although without its usual ink stamp -- Reiss & Sohn, 'Auktion 68: Aus einer Süddeutschen Fürstenbibliothek, Teil 1', Königstein im Taunus, 20 October 1999, lot 53 -- Hartung & Hartung, Auktion 119, Munich, 5 May 2008, lot 201 Two small wormholes in first signature, otherwise in faultless state of preservation. binding contemporary South German alum-tawed pigskin over wooden boards; covers decorated in blind with foliage rolls; one clasp (of two) remaining. First printing of this famous memoir of Charlemagne (742-814), written perhaps a decade after his death by a former courtier adopting the literary model of Suetonius' Vita Augusti. Thus Einhard does not record the Emperor's deeds and public life, but docu­ments his tastes, habits, and appearance, not sparing bad teeth, a limp, and gall stones. In these matters and on a range of other subjects, he records details not found in other sources. Einhard carried among his friends at the Frankish court the nickname 'Bezaleel' and was therefore most probably a metalworker; it is possible he also worked as an architect. 1 In the Vita Karoli, Einhard refers to construction of the chapel in Aachen palace (now cathedral), describing its bronze doors and marble columns brought from Ravenna, but he does not elaborate on his own rôle. Some critics have concluded that Einhard was overseer of those building works, noting his interest in Vitruvius, and a project to carve an architectural model in ivory (Dictionary of Art, 10, pp.115-116); however, the nature of his duties, like his real intentions in writ­ing the Vita Karoli, and the date of its composition, remain uncer­tain and matters for scholarly debate. [img-2318-left-large_default] Charlemagne and Charles v in a woodcut by Anton Woensam von Worms. Height of binding 222 mm The editor, Count Hermann von Nuenar (Neuenahr; 1492-1530), provost of Aachen, dedi­cates the book to the Emperor Charles v, contributing a prefatory 'Breuis narratio de origine & sedibus priscorum Francorum'. 2 He published the Vita 'as part of the current battle of words between France and the Empire: [Neuenahr] sought to put Carolus Magnus firmly at the head of a specifically German Imperial tradition which he expected to see continued and enhanced by Carolus Quintus'. 3 The fine title-page illustration, depicting Charlemagne and Charles v together within a border charged with imperial insignia, as well as the printer's device, and woodcut initials, were designed and cut by Anton Woensam von Worms (circa 1493/1500-1541). 4 references Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbe­reich erschienenen Drucke des xvi . Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1985), E-726; Index Aureliensis: Catalogus librorum sedecimo saeculo impressorum (Baden Baden 2004), xiv, no. 159.327 Bound with San Giorgio, Benvenuto da, conte Casale di Monferrato? 1450 - 1527 De origine Guelphorum , et Gibellinorum, quibus olim Germania, nunc Italia exardet, libellus eruditus. In quo ostenditur, quantum hac in re clariss. Scrip­tores, Bartholus, Panormitanus, Blondus, Platina, & Georgius Merula Alexandrinus, à ueritate aberrauerint. Basel, Andreas Cratander [January 1519] quarto (208 × 145 mm), (6) ff. signed a6, not foliated or paginated. Woodcut title-border (156 × 110 mm), signed ah (within medallion, upper left); one woodcut historiated initial. [img-2319-left-large_default] Signed woodcut border by Ambrosius Holbein First edition of this brief narrative by the court tutor and ambassador of the marchesi of Montferrato, who served a diplomatic mission in Germany. The prefatory letter of the publisher Cratander (dated 7 January 1519) was reprinted in editions printed at Bologna in 1520 and at Venice in 1531. 5 The signed woodcut border by Ambrosius Holbein was first employed in 1517. 6 reference Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbe­reich erschienenen Drucke des xvi . Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1992), S-1582 Bound with Buonaccorsi, Filippo, called Callimaco Esperiente San Gimignano 1437 - 1496 Kraków Historia de rege Vladislao, seu clade Varn ensi. Augsburg, Sigismund Grimm & Marcus Wirsung, [30 May 1519] quarto (208 × 145 mm), (58) ff. signed a-n4 o6, not foliated or paginated. Title printed in red and black within a woodcut compartment (176 × 130 mm) indistinctly dated 1518; three woodcut initials, printer's device (124 × 125 mm) on penultimate page. First printing of this biography of Vladislas iii, king of Poland (1424-1444), the hero and victim of the Polish-Hungarian expedition against the Turks that ended in the dis­aster of Varna (1444), intended by its author to provide political guidance to Polish statesmen. The author was tutor to the royal children and counsellor and roving ambassador for King Casimir iv and for Casimir's successor, John Albert. His work was brought into print by Sigismund Scheufler (1475-1522) and Arsacius Prunner and was reprinted in compen­diums put together by Chalcocondylas, Lonicer, Kromer, and others. [img-2320-left-large_default] Compartment on title-page cut by Hans Weiditz The compartment on the title-page and printer's device were cut by Hans Weiditz and first employed by Grimm and Wirsung on 17 September 1518 and 24 March 1519 respectively. 7 Five copies in North American libraries are known to the writer ● Cambridge, Harvard University, Houghton Library, Ott 237.1* and Nor 2519 ● Lawrence, Uni­versity of Kansas, Spencer Library, Summerfield C1349 ● New Haven, Yale University, Beinecke Library, DK426.5 C35 ● New York, New York Public Library, *KB 1519 references Carl Göllner, Turcica. Die europäischen Türkendrucke des xvi . Jahrhunderts (Bucharest & Berlin 1961), no. 123; critical edition by Tadeusz Kowalewski and Irmina Lichońska, Bibliotheca latina medii et recentioris aevi 3 (Warsaw 1959); Theodorus Wierzbowski, Bibliotheca Polonica (re­print Nieuwkoop 1961), no. 50; Karol Estreicher, Bibliografia Polska (reprint New York 1964), xiv, p.21; Index Aureliensis: Catalogus librorum sedecimo saeculo impressorum (Baden-Baden 1976), vi, 129.595; Verzeichnis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des xvi. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1984), B-9790 Bound with Basse, Heinrich fl. 1519 Panegiricos genealogiarum illustrium principum domiorum de Anholt. Leipzig, Wolfgang Stöckel, 1519 quarto (208 × 145 mm), (24) ff. signed a-d6, not foliated or paginated. Armorial woodcut (135 × 110 mm) on title-page, repeated on verso, and again on the penultimate page. [img-2321-left-large_default] The earliest genealogy of the princes of Anhalt, with a woodcut displaying their insignia Only contemporary edition of the earliest known work on the genealogy of the princes of Anhalt, commencing with Bernhard iii, who died in 1212. The author, prior of the monastery at Ballenstedt, had agreed (or commenced to write) this short work around 1500. 8 It was reprinted in Johann Christoph Beckmann's Accessiones historiae Anhaltinae (Zerbst 1716). The book is rare within Germany and elsewhere no copy is located by the writer ● Berlin, Staatsbibliothek, 2 an: Bh 1615 ● Dessau, Landesbibliothek Sachsen-Anhalt 9 ● Gießen, Universi­täts­bibliothek 10 ● Leipzig, Universitätsbibliothek 'Bibli­otheca Albertina', Hist. Sax. 827 ● Zwickau, Ratsschulbibliothek, 4.9.40. (3) references Reinhold Specht, Bibliographie zur Geschichte von Anhalt (Magdeburg 1930), p.53; Verzeich­nis der im deutschen Sprachbereich erschienenen Drucke des xvi. Jahrhunderts (Stuttgart 1984), B-732 (no copy located) [img-2322-left-large_default] [img-4931-left-large_default] Height of binding 222 mm 1. Blaise de Montesquiou-Fézensac, 'L'arc de triomphe d'Eginhard' in Karolingische und Ottonische Kunst, edited by Bernhard Bischoff (Baden-Baden 1957), pp.43-49. 2. About 134 manuscripts of the Vita Karoli survive; the one printed here was written at Reims circa 1148 for Wibald von Stablo, and is now British Library, Add. Ms. 21109; see Matthias M. Tischler, Einharts Vita Karoli (Hannover 2001), pp.28, 648-659, 1667-1672 and passim. 3. D.A. Bullough, in The English Historical Review 85 (1970), p.60. 4. For an explication of the title-page woodcut, see Stephanie Leitch, 'The Wild Man, Charlemagne and the German body' in Art History 31 (2008), pp.283-302 (copy in Wolfenbüttel, Herzog August Bibliothek, Sig. 127.16 Hist., reproduced). Johann Jacob Merlo, Kölnische Künstler in alter und neuer Zeit (reprint Nieuwkoop 1966), p.1030, nos. 407c (title) and 510 (device); Wolfgang Schmitz, ‘Das humanistische Verlagsprogramm Johannes Soters' in Humanimus in Köln, edited by James Mehl (Cologne 1991), pp.83, 116 (title-woodcut reproduced as Abb. 4). 5. Alberto Serra-Zanetti, L'arte della stampa in Bologna (Bologna 1959), no. 460. 6. Frank Hieronymus, Oberrheinische Buchillustration, 2: Basler Buchillustration 1500-1545, catalo­gue of an exhibition held in the Universitätsbibliothek Basel (Basel 1984), no. 264; F.W.H. Hollstein, Dutch & Flemish etchings, engravings & woodcuts 1450-1700 (Roosendaal 1988), xiv, p.16 no. 2 (citing present usage). 7. Campbell Dodgson, Catalogue of early German and Flemish woodcuts preserved in the... British Museum (London 1911), ii, p.149, no. 4 and p.180, no. 135. 8. Jean François, Bibliothèque générale des écrivains de l'Ordre de Saint Benoît (Bouillon 1777-1778), i, p.96. 9. Located by the Index Aureliensis: Catalogus librorum sedecimo saeculo impressorum (Baden Baden 1968), iii, 114.646 (not traced in local opac). 10. Index Aureliensis, op. cit., 114.646 (not traced in local opac).

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         Annotationes. in quatuor et viginti Pandectarum libros.Parisiis, venundatur Badio , 1521.

      Parisiis, venundatur Badio 1521 - Cc. (8) clxxiiii. Unito a: BUDAEUS GULIELMUS. Altera editio annotationum in Pandectis ex libro quadragesimo septimo Digest. Stessi dati tip., ma 1526. Cc. (4) lxix [manca l'ultima carta bianca della seconda parte]. Due opere in un volume di cm. 32. Splendidi frontespizi xil. con cornice ornamentale (putti, figure, animali) e bellissima vignetta centrale; numerosi capilettera ornati. Legatura antica in piena pergamena rigida ottimamente rimontata; titoli ms. al taglio di piede. Antiche note ms. di mano coeva. Piccolo restauro al margine esterno (bianco) delle primissime cc.; sporadiche fioriture, lieve alone al margine di poche cc., trascurabile lavoro di tarlo limitato al margine esterno di poche cc. Antica macchia d'inchiostro alle cc. 77-78 della prima parte che determina la non leggibilità di alcune parole. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Guillaume Budé (1467-1540), celebre umanista parigino, va annoverato anche fra i principali esponenti dell'umanesimo giuridico. Budé ricoprì numerose cariche pubbliche, partecipò al movimento della Riforma umanistica, diede un decisivo contributo alla creazione del Collége de France e del patrimonio librario della Biblioteca Nazionale. Celebri anche i suoi commentari sulla lingua greca ed il De asse, importante trattato sulle monete e misure antiche. Queste annotazioni al Digesto giustinianeo, centrali per la comprensione della critica del mos italicus e dell'intera tradizione post-accursiana, prendono spunto decisivo dai viaggi italiani in cui l'A. visionò la littera florentina. Sulla scia del lavoro di Poliziano e delle osservazioni di Lorenzo Valla, Budé s'impegnò in un lavoro filologico proteso a restituire puritas all'originario testo giustinieneo; una vera e propria rivoluzione metodologica alla base della nuova interpretazione umanistica. A proposito della teorizzazione della monarchia assoluta nelle Annotationes di Budé cfr. Vincenzo Piano Mortari in Storia delle idee politiche economiche e sociali, III, Torino, 1987, p. 428. Per ulteriori approfondimenti sul ruolo di Budé nell'ambito della riforma umanistica cfr. D. Maffei, Gli inizi dell'umanesimo giuridico, Milano, 1972, pp. 47-48 e 126-132. Rarissimo e ricercato, soprattutto per la presenza di entrambe le parti, che includono tutte le annotazioni di Budé; al Digesto. Seconda parte verosimilmente in edizione originale. Cfr. Kvk; Sapori menziona solo edizioni posteriori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Conciliator Petri Aponensis medici ac philosophi celeberrimi Liber Conciliator differentiarum philosophorum precipueque medicorum appellatus: noviter castigatissime impressus: collatusque cum exemplari quod fuerat manu propria castigatum . Ioannis Aquilani: . Eiusdem insuper Libellus de venenis brevis & vtilis. Questio etiam de venenis ad terminum. Simphoriani preterea cribrationes contra eundem Conciliatorem

      Ottaviano Scoto, Venezia 1521 - [Colophon: Venetijs : impressa sumptibus & arte heredum domini Octaviani Scoti civis Modoetiensis sociorumque, 1521 die. 20. septembris). In-folio (420 mm.), cc. [6], 259, [1, bianca]. Con 1 figura e 4 diagrammi incisi su legno (quella della struttura dei muscoli è una delle prime immagini di questo tipo mai pubblicata); splendidi capilettera figurati incisi su legno a fondo nero, marca tipografica in fine. Carattere gotico con testo bicolonnato. Legatura in pergamena moderna, bell'esemplare con marginali e tenui tracce di trascorsa umidità limitate alle ultime carte. Bibliografia: NLM 16th-Century Books 2. STC (Italian), p. 507. Wellcome I, 4941. Garrison-Morton: "uno dei più antichi trattati sulla tossicologia". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De philosophiae consolatione +De disciplina scholarium

      Haeredes P. Iuntae, Florence 1521 - Volume in 8 piccolo, 80 pp folio,rilegatura in capra macchiata 18° secolo, fiordalisi dorati sul dorso, etichetta in pelle, terza ed. giuntina di Nicolaus Crescio diventata testo standard per scuole medioevali ed università; prima edizione 1507 1 volume in 8° small, 80 pp folio, 18th century spotted goat binding, gilt crowns on the back, leather label, third Giunti edition by Nicolaus Crescio became standard text for Middle Ages schools and universities, first edition 1507 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Opera

      J.Froben, Basel July 1521 - Edizione principe dell’umanista Beatus Rhenanus, in folio, legatura coeva in pelle di porco su assicelle di legno con diversi motivi floreali attorno a 4 rotoli centrali , titolo in inchiostro al dorso, ganci e chiusure originali , titolo ed inizio del testo inquadrati in vignette allegoriche, molti capiversi figurati, (28), 616, (68) pp, legatura consunta, alcuni segni di tarlo nei margini esterni dell’ultima parte, nome di proprietà cancellato al titolo 1 volume cm 35, nice full original ribbed parchment with title to the back, cc 19 nn +1 c. blank + pp 1224 + cc 22 nn, red and black frontispiece with large and nice woodcut engraved navy, text with two columns, woodcut ornaments and initial letters, rare and important edition of Gillot, a very fine copy, fresh and sharp.

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         Epigrammaton Libri Xiiii

      Gulielmum De Fontaneto Montisferrati, Venetiis 1521 - In folio cm 31,7, cc. 2 n.n.+ cc. CXXXVI(136) + 1c.b., titolo rosso e nero entro bordatura xiligrafata car.romano, testo inquadrato dal commento, 70 linee, grande xilografia e altre più piccole n.t., capilettera a fondo nero, errore numerazione ma esemplare completo anche dell’ultima carta con note manoscritte coeve, pergamena originale, nervi, antichi rinforzo alle cuffie, tracce di lacci, bell’esemplare nitido e fresco In folio cm 31.7, cc. 2 n.n + cc. CXXXVI (136) + 1 blank., red and black title with woodcut frame, roman type, framed text , 70 lines, large engraving plus other smaller, initial letters on black background, numeration mistake but copy complete also with the last leaf and contemporary notes, original parchment, ribs, old restoration to the spine-ends, traces of laces, nice copy clean and sharp.

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         Institutio Oratoria.

      Venice: Aldus,, 1521. Aldine octavo (212 x 135 mm). Contemporary vellum, raised bands on spine with four compartments. 2 woodcut of Aldine device. Armorial bookplate of Stewart of Glasserton on endpapers with modern book label opposite, manuscript notation on endpapers. Rubbing on extremities, lightly soiled, front hinge beginning to pull away but still firm. An excellent copy. Second Aldine edition, following the first of 1514. The Aldine Quintilian was part of a series of Latin and Greek classics published by this press. This edition is dedicated to Giovanni Battista Ramusio (1485-1557), the Italian geographer and travel writer.

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         L. Apuleii Metamorphoseos, sive Lusus asini libri XI. Floridoru IIII. De Deo Socratis I. De philosophia I. Asclepius Trismegisti dialogus eode Apuleio iterprete. Eiusdem Apuleij liber de dogmatis Platonicis. Eiusde liber de mundo, que magna ex parte ex lib. Aristotelis eiusde argumenti in latinum traduxit ... Apologiae II. Isagogicus liber Platonicae philosophiae per Alcinou[m] philosophum, graece impressus...

      Venetiis: In aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri, 1521. 8vo (15.1 cm, 6"). 266 (i.e., 264), [28] ff. (foliation erratic). First Aldine edition of the works of Apuleius, including the sole ancient Roman novel written in Latin to come to us completely intact: the "Golden Ass" — styled here as Lusus asini ("The Jest of the Ass") by editor Francesco Torresani, a.k.a. Franciscus Asulanus. Also present are the Hermetic text known as the Asclepius, and => the first printing of Alcinous's commentary on Plato, the latter with the text entirely in Greek. The printer's dolphin and anchor device appears on both the title-page and the final page, on the verso of the signature register.    Binding: 20th-century very dark blue morocco, covers framed in blind with trio of gold-tooled rondels in each corner; spine with blind-ruled raised bands and gilt-stamped leaf decorations in compartments.    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel (“AHA”) at rear.         Adams A1362; Brunet, I, 362; EDIT 16 CNCE 2231; Index Aurel., 106.611; Renouard, Alde, 91.8; UCLA, Aldine Press: Catalogue of the Ahmanson-Murphy Collection (2001), 202. Bound as above, spine evenly sunned to brown. Upper margins trimmed closely, in some cases shaving headers and foliation; small areas of waterstaining to outer portions of a few leaves. A very few early inked pointers and corrections, including lining-through of some headers. => A solid and attractive copy of an important edition.

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         Cristo nella tomba

      1521 - Bulino 1521, datato e monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Della serie Passione di Cristo. Esemplare nel primo stato di tre. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Hollstein 54. Dimensioni 75x116. Engraving, 1521, dated and signed with monogram on lower left plate. From the series The Passion of Christ. Example in the first state of three. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed to platemark, in excellent condition. Hollstein 54. Dimensioni 75x116. Dimensioni [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Libri tre de Orlando inamorato del Conte de Scandiano Mattheo Maria Boiardo tratti fidelmente dal suo eme[n]datissimo exe[m]plare. Con li apostille historiato. Novamente stampato

      Venice: Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 1521. (bound with:)DEGLI AGOSTINI, Nicolò (fl. 1st quarter of the 16th cent.). Incomincia il quarto libro de lo innamorame[n]to de Orlando nel quale se co[n]tiene diverse bataglie come in quel legendo intenderete composto per Nicolo di Augustini. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 8 May 1521.(bound with:)ID. Il Quinto libro dello innamoramento di Orlando novamente stampato et diligentemente corretto. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 27 March 1526.(bound with:)ID. Ultimo et fine de tutti li libri de orlando inamorato cosa nova et mai piu non stampata: con gratia et privilegio. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 10 December 1524.Four works in one volume, 4to (205Ã

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         Gulielmi Budaei, regii secretarii epistolae.

      Basileae, in aedibus Andreae Cartandri 1521 - Edition bâloise du Recueil de lettres en latin et grec de Guillaume Budé à ses contemporains français : Nicolas Bérauld, François Deloynes, et européens : Richard Pace, Thomas More, Thomas Linacre, humanistes anglais. Joachim Vadian, humaniste suisse en latin 222 pages Reliure moderne plein vélin en excellent état, dos lisse avec 3 nerfs, page de titre insérée dans une gravure pleine page, de nombreux trous de vers qui n'altèrent pas la lecture, petites mouillures au début de l'ouvrage, marque d'imprimeur en fin d'ouvrage. 15 x 20,5 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Libri tre de Orlando inamorato del Conte de Scandiano Mattheo Maria Boiardo tratti fidelmente dal suo eme[n]datissimo exe[m]plare. Con li apostille historiato. Novamente stampato

      (bound with:)DEGLI AGOSTINI, Nicolò (fl. 1st quarter of the 16th cent.). Incomincia il quarto libro de lo innamorame[n]to de Orlando nel quale se co[n]tiene diverse bataglie come in quel legendo intenderete composto per Nicolo di Augustini. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 8 May 1521.(bound with:)ID. Il Quinto libro dello innamoramento di Orlando novamente stampato et diligentemente corretto. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 27 March 1526.(bound with:)ID. Ultimo et fine de tutti li libri de orlando inamorato cosa nova et mai piu non stampata: con gratia et privilegio. Colophon: Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 10 December 1524.Four works in one volume, 4to (205×148 mm). I: Collation: A-Z8, &8, [cum]8, [rum]8, AA8, BB10. [226] ll. Title-page printed in red and in black. Woodcut printer's device and colophon on l. BB10r. Four full-page woodcuts. The one on the title-page shows the paladin Orlando on horseback who has overthrown an opponent. On a hill a rather plain Angelica looks on, while, in a clear reference to the work's title, Cupid with an arrow on his bow flutters above. In a chivalric Renaissance iconography dominated by the Morgante and later by the Orlando Furioso, this is one of the few images specifically executed for the Orlando Innamorato. The block is signed 'IO.B.P.', the initials of a artist and woodcutter who worked occasionally for Zoppino and whose identity has been the object of many suggestions, such as Giovanni Battista da Porto or Giovanni Battista Palumba; but the debate has remained unresolved. In the construction of the scene a debt is apparent to an engraving by Marcantonio Raimondi showing Horatius Cocles on horseback trampling a fallen soldier (Delaborde, 1887, no. 183). The other three woodcuts are anticipated from the Zoppino edition of the Successi bellici compiled by Nicolò degli Agostini, which appeared on 1 August 1521. The first woodcut at A2v, signed 'I.B.P.' (but obviously the same artist), here illustrates the first book of the Orlando Innamorato, with a caption printed in red, while in the Successi bellici it depicts "la rotta de Maragniano", including cannon, anachronistic in the age of Charlemagne. The other two woodcuts are signed 'z.a.', for Zuan Andrea, whose initials appear in numerous woodcuts employed in Zoppino editions, making him an important collaborator of this interesting and remarkable Renaissance Venetian publisher. Again various proposals have been made about the identity of this artist, but none have proved convincing. The woodcut at N3v, marking the beginning of the second book of the Orlando Innamorato, also illustrates the "fatto darmi de Ravenna" in the Successi bellici, while that at [cum]8r, marking the beginning of the third book, in the other works shows the "fatto darmi de Vicenza". All these woodcuts are reused in the 1528 and 1532 reprints of Boiardo's poem. II: Collation: AAA8, AA-DD8, EE6. [46] ll. The final blank leaf is present. Woodcut printer's device and colophon on l. EE5v. Woodcut decorated capital letter on black ground on l. AAA1r. III: Collation: A-K8, L6. [86] ll. The final blank leaf is present. Woodcut printer's device and colophon on l. L5r. The title-page is illustrated by a large woodcut depicting the Roman hero, Marcus Curtius, fully equipped with armour and sword, in the act of leaping into the abyss. The woodcut is again signed by Zoan Andrea and was previously used in the 1521 Zoppino edition of the same fifth book. The image, again inspired by an engraving by Marcantonio Raimondi (Delaborde, 1887, no. 184; Essling), presents something of a puzzle, since it is not known to be used elsewhere in Zoppino's catalogue, and it is possible therefore that the publisher was planning an edition of Livy, source of the Marcus Curtius legend, which did not go ahead and so the woodcut was re-employed to illustrate a chivalric text with which it has nothing in common.IV: Collation: A-K4. [40] ll. The final blank leaf is present. The title-page is illustrated with another full-page woodcut signed by Zoan Andrea, this time showing a mounted rider accompanied by his standard bearer on foot. Once more the attention by the artist to the Roman style of dress suggests that the image was planned for an edition of Livy that did not go ahead. This probability is reinforced by the fact that Zoan Andrea again is inspired by a famous engraving of "Scipio Aphrica" by Marcantonio Raimondi (Delaborde, 1887, no. 185; Essling). The five small woodcut illustrations in text are part of the standard chivalric iconography, depicting a banquet (D2v), a different banquet (E4r, repeated at l. H2r), a ship landing (G1r), and a group of warriors (I2v). A contemporary hand has added annotations to all the vignettes but the first: 'cons mii' (E4r), 'vita della nina mia' (G1r), 'speranza méa' (H2r), 'ai me son morto' (I2v).Eighteenth-century Italian parchment over boards, smooth spine with gilt title on hazel morocco lettering-piece, speckled edges. Manuscripts shelf marks on spine ('G nº 26') and back pastedown ('F. IX. 13.'). Ancient repairs in the outer margin of the first gathering, covering some letters of the marginalia, light stains on few leaves, small hole on the last two leaves with loss of a few letters on l. K3. An exceptionally well preserved and fresh copy considering the heavy wear and tear that chivalric texts were subjected to through intense reading. Provenance: Dorotheum Auction, Vienna, 22 November 1983; René Clemencic, Vienna, music composer and conductor.THE ONLY AVAILABLE COPY of the complete Orlando Innamorato published by Nicolò Zoppino, in which the three books by Boiardo are continued and completed by books four, five and six by Nicolò Degli Agostini. Although the most famous completion of Boiardo's story is the Orlando Furioso by Ludovico Ariosto, the unfinished tale was continued by other writers, who ended it in a different way and whose versions were published together with the three books by Boiardo up to the end of the Seventeenth century.The first three books by Boiardo are in the first edition published in Venice by Nicolò Zoppino. Although there had been several previous Sixteenth-century editions - in Venice by Rusconi in 1506, 1511, and 1513; in Milan by Vegio in 1513, by Scinzenzeler in 1517 (the first issue is lost, but it is known from a reissue in 1539), and by Gorgonzola in 1518 -, as well as the probability that there were other lost editions, Zoppino took the text from the 1495 edition, the first in three books, published at Scandiano by Pellegrino de' Pasquali on behalf of Boiardo's widow, Taddea Gonzaga. Although the print-run of the Scandiano edition was 1,250 copies, none survived beyond the end of the Eighteenth century. In 1521 Zoppino reprinted the dedication by local schoolmaster, Antonio Caraffa to Boiardo's son, Camillo Boiardo, dated 18 May 1495, and included a Latin carmen by Caraffa, together with a sonnet by Antonio Cammelli omitted from the Rusconi editions of the poem.The Zoppino edition is therefore an important source for the text of Boiardo's poem, since it derives directly from the lost Scandiano edition, together with the first 1506 Rusconi edition and the so-called Trivulziana manuscript. Boiardo scholars, in particular for the 1998 edition of the poem by Cristina Montagnani and Antonia Tissoni Benvenuti, have been hampered in this respect by the unavailability of the two known copies of the 1521 editions (see below) and have had to make do with the 1528 reprint. Comparison with this last shows the Po valley koinè of Boiardo being modified in an ongoing process of linguistic correction, so the recovery of the earlier edition is a matter of some importance, as well as an intriguing example of how an enterprising publisher such as Zoppino operated on the language of chivalric texts. Fascinatingly, the 1521 edition also includes marginal "apostille" in italic type (as they are described on the title-page), identifying episodes and characters, in a scheme that will become commonplace in future editions of the Orlando Furioso. For some reason these seem to have not been judged a success and they were omitted from the Zoppino reprints of 1528 and 1532, but they are of importance for our understanding of Renaissance reading strategies. Bibliography: Prince d'Essling, Les livres à figure vénitiens, Florence-Paris, 1908, III, p. 126, no. 1524; M. Sander, Le livre à figures italien, Milan, 1942, no. 1112; Index Aureliensis, 121.244; Neil Harris, Bibliografia dell' "Orlando Innamorato", Modena, 1988-91, vol. I, pp. 68-72, no. 16a, II, pp. 87-92; Lorenzo Baldacchini, Alle origini dell'editoria volgare: Nicolò Zoppino da Ferrara a Venezia. Annali (1503-1544), Manziana, 2011, pp. 129-130, no. 104; Edit 16, CNCE75480.Zoppino followed earlier Venetian publisher, Giorgio de' Rusconi, in issuing the three books by Nicolò Degli Agostini as separate units, which were subsequently bound up together with Boiardo in miscellanies such as the present one. This publishing strategy ensures that almost every copy has a different mix and the one presented here is quite unique. The fourth book was first published in Venice in 1505 in a lost edition. The present is the earliest edition by Zoppino and is known in only one other copy. Bibliography: Harris, I, p. 73, no. 16b; Baldacchini, p. 130, no. 105; Edit 16, CNCE75483.The fifth book was first published in Venice by Rusconi in 1514 and was reprinted by Zoppino in 1521, both known in single copies, so others may have been lost. The present is his second edition, known today in three other copies. Bibliography: Essling, III, p. 129, no. 1529; Sander, no. 1117; Index Aureliensis, 121.248; Harris, I, p. 79, no. 16g; Baldacchini, pp. 195-196, no. 203; Edit 16, CNCE454.There is reasonable evidence that Agostini's sixth book was first published by Zoppino in 1521. On 15 May 1520 the publisher obtained from the Venetian Senate a privilege for several titles, including "il sexto et ultimo libro de lo Inamoramento di orlando", while the edition of the fifth book published on 22 June 1521 has an advertisement underneath the colophon stating: "Lettori se hauete piacere di vedere lultimo, e fine de tutti li libri de Orlando composto per il medesimo Autore nouamente lhabiamo stampato". All the copies have however been lost, so the present, which survives in one other copy, is the first extant edition. Bibliography: Essling, III, p. 127, no. 1526; Sander, no. 1114; Index Aureliensis, 121.245; Harris, I, pp. 76-77, no. 16e; Baldacchini, pp. 166-167, no. 160; Edit 16, CNCE451.The history of the bibliography of the first Boiardo and Agostini editions published by Nicolò Zoppino has long been dominated by what for a long time was believed to be the only surviving copy of the 1521 edition, found by Milan bookseller, Paolo Antonio Tosi, in the Archinto Library in Milan in the middle of the Nineteenth century. It was subsequently purchased in Paris by Girolamo Duca d'Adda, who issued posthumously the Note bibliografiche of the great bibliographer of the Italian chivalric romance, Marquis Gaetano Melzi (1783-1851), of which a substantial portion was dedicated to this one item (Milan, 1863, pp. 47-54). Following the sale of D'Adda's library, it found its way to England and the collection of Charles Fairfax Murray and was described in the sale that broke up the same (cf. H.W. Davis, Catalogo dei libri posseduti da Charles Fairfax Murray proveniente dalla biblioteca del Marchese d'Adda, parte terza, London, 1902, n. 692). After this date it dropped out of sight and, despite extensive searches, it was not seen by Neil Harris for his bibliography of the Orlando Innamorato published in 1988-91; it is clear, however, that for a long time it was in the Ferrara collection of Renzo Bonfiglioli (1904-63) and later was acquired, together with numerous other Zoppino editions, by the Beinecke Library at Yale University, where it was catalogued online only comparatively recently. This copy contains the first five books in the Zoppino 1521 editions, but lacks the sixth book.The earliest bibliographical record of the present copy was when it was sold for 5,000 schellings at the Dorotheum Auction House in Vienna, on 22 November 1983. Its existence was noted by Harris (I, p. 72), but the auction house record was unclear about the composition of the books by Nicolò Degli Agostini and the identity of the purchaser was not known. It is now known to have been the music composer and conductor, René Clemencic. Its reappearance on the market is therefore an event of exceptional importance.The present description was revised and corrected by Prof. Neil Harris and Anna Carocci of Udine University. A special thank to them for their precious clarifications and additions.

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         Von gelübdten Underrichtung Andreas Bo. von Carolstadt Doctor. Ausslegung, des xxx. Capitel Numeri welichs von gelübdten reden. Das büchlein beschleüsset, durch Biblisch, Christlych rechte, aber haylige gschrifft. Das Pfaffen, Münnichen, und Nun[n]en mit gütem gewissen, un[d] go¨tlichem Willen, sich mügen und söllen vermelen und i[n de]n eelychen stand begeben, unersüchte Römische dispensatio[n] oder nach gebu[n]g die auch gar vnnotlich ist, und gibt rat das obgenante personen jr gleyssnerisch leben, zu[r] sampt kapp[e]n v[o]n gugeln abwerffen, un[d] in ain recht Christlich leben tretten.

      (Augsburg, Melchior Ramminger, 1521). 32 Bll. Alter Umschlag. 4°. VD 16 B 6243. - Der Reformator Andreas Rudolf Bodenstein, genannt Karlstadt, latinisiert Carolstadius (1486- 1541) predigte und realisierte konsequent die Erneuerung des Gottesdienstes, mit Abschaffung der Messe, Abschaffung der Heiligenbilder, der Kirchenmusik (die seiner Meinung nach von der Andacht abhielten) und der Privatbeichte sowie des Zölibats. - Minimal fleckig. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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         Metamorphoseos, siue lusus Asini libri XI. Floridorû IIII. De Deo Socratis I. De Philosophia I. Asclepius Trismegisti dialogus eodê Apuleio îterprete. Eiusdem Apuleij liber de Dogmatis Platonicis. Eiusdê liber de Mundo, quê magna ex parte ex lib. Aristotelis eiusdê argumenti in latinum traduxit. hic sanè liber mutilatus ante nostram impressionem circunferebatur. eum nos fidem antiquissimi codicis secuti, restituimus. multos aut, & quidê insigneis errores commisit Apuleius in uertendo hoc libro, quos omneis indicauit Petrus Alcyonius graeca, & latina literatura praestantissimus, & philosophus clarissimus cum librum illum latinitate donaret. Apologiae II. Isagogicus liber Platonicae philosophiae per Alcinoû philosophum, graece impressus. .

      Aldus / Andreas Torresanus, Venedig 1521 - Octavo, 158 x 91 mm 266 (recte 264), [28] Blätter; Lagenkollation: a-z: 8, A-I: 8; 1-3: 8, 4: 4. Handgefertigter, blind- und schwarzgeprägter dunkelroter Maroquinband des 20. Jh. (164 x 100 x 51 mm) auf drei Doppelbünden, handgestochene Kapitale in gelber und ockerfarbener Seide, Spiegel aus Marmorpapier, fliegende Vorsätze aus handgeschöpftem Bütten. Sprache: Latein, (Erste Lage leicht wasserrandig oder fleckig, bzw. fingerfleckig, sonst nur minimal fleckig; in der zweiten Hälfte ein kleiner, fast unmerklicher Wurmgang im unteren weißen Rand innen. Wenige Anstr. und Marginalien von alter Hand. Verblasster Besitzeintrag). Editio princeps des Alcinous-Textes. Apuleius wurde um 125 zu Madaura in Nordafrika geboren, nach Studium der Rhetorik und Philosophie in Karthago und Athen - er beherrschte sowohl die punische wie die lateinische und griechische Sprache - war er als Anwalt und Rhetor in Rom tätig, dann in seiner Heimat als Provinzialpriester des Kaiserkults und Wanderredner. Auf Reisen durch Griechenland und Asien ließ er sich in die Mysterien einweihen. Seine um 170 verfaßten und immer noch mit Vergnügen lesbaren "Metamorphosen", eine Bearbeitung der Verwandlungen des Lukios von Patrai, sind der erste vollständig überlieferte antike Roman und, wie Merkelbach in "Roman und Mysterium in der Antike" schreibt, selbst ein Mysterientext. In ihm wird neben einer Fülle von Abenteuern das berühmte Märchen von Amor und Psyche erzählt; den Abschluß bildet eine Verherrlichung der Mysterien der Isis und des Osiris. In der Apologie verteidigt er sich im Zusammenhang mit seiner Heirat gegen den Vorwurf der Zauberei. Seine philosophischen Schriften stehen in der Tradition des Platonismus, so berührt sich "De Deo Sokratis", worin eine Dämonenlehre enthalten ist, inhaltlich mit Plutarchs Schrift zu diesem Thema. Insgesamt zeigt sein Stil Raffinement wie Anschaulichkeit. Der "Asclepius", eine für den Neuplatonismus der Renaissance grundlegende hermetische Schrift, ist uns, bis auf griechische Fragmente bei z.B. Laktanz und eine erst im 20. Jh. entdeckte koptische Fassung, nur in der vorliegenden lateinischen Übertragung überliefert, die hier noch Apuleius zugeschrieben wird, sicherlich aber, da von Augustinus in "De civitate Dei" zitiert, vor 400 n.d.Z. entstanden sein muß. Alcinous (Alcinoos, Alkinoos, Albinus), ein Platoniker des zweiten Jahrhunderts n.u.Z., war Schüler des Gaius und Lehrer Galens; seine Einführung in die platonische Philosophie, die in einem Manuskript unter dem in der Aldine angeführten Verfassernamen überliefert ist, vermischt platonisches Gedankengut mit der Logik und Noetik des Aristoteles, und fügt Neuplatonisches hinzu; vgl. Sandys I,328. Der Alcinous-Text ist gesetzt in der schönen vierten griechischen Aldus-Type; cf. Nicolas Barker, Aldus Manutius and the Development of Greek Script & Type in the Fifteenth Century, p. 59 sqq. & ill. 25-27. - Wasserzeichen: Gegenmarke "A"; keines. Auf dem Titel das Holzschnitt-Signet 3; auf dem letzten Blatt verso das Holzschnitt-Signet 6. Editio princeps of Alcinous. Modern blindstamped morocco, three raised bands. First quire slightly dampstained in margins, some old annotations or unterlining, otherwise a fine crisp copy. The most important work of the great Platonist, Apuleius of Madura, second century e.v., the 'Metamorphoses' is the only surviving example of a Latin novel with the exception of the 'Satyricon' of Petronius. Bound with is a summary of Platonic philosophy by Albinus or Alcinous, second century e.v., a pupil of Gaius and a teacher of Galen. The work contains an amalgam of Platonism with Peripathetic and Stoic elements; specifically Neoplatonis doctrines are merely hinted at. With preface of Asulanus to Francesco Rubrio, French legate of Francis I at Venice. The publisher comments upon the quality of the edition and the teaching of Platonism at the universities of Turin and Padua and at Venice. Renouard 91,8 - Adams A1362 - Schweiger II,i,9 - Hoffmann II,209 - Eber [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Hortulus Anime

      Friedrich Peypus for Johann Koberger, Nuremberg 1521 - 8vo (140 x 90 mm). Printed in red and black, gothic types, each page within narrow woodcut borders (scrolling foliage, classical columns, etc.), title-page with large woodcut of the Virgin and Child enthroned; Calendar, Saints Days, Lunar and Solar phases, and other prefatory matter, woodcut capitals, 86 half-page woodcut illustrations by Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön and others, Z4r with colophon and Peypus's woodcut device. Contemporary blind-panelled sheep, covers with small floral centerpiece, spine in four compartments. Joints worn; title-page a bit soiled, colophon reinforced along gutter margin and a few pale ink stains. Provenance: early owner's signature cropped on upper margin title-page. The "Little Garden of the Soul" was a popular prayerbook in Germany in the early years of the sixteenth century, with the first known edition printed at Strasbourg by Wilhelm Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, dated13 March 1498. Numerous editions appeared between 1498 and 1539, in both Latin (as here) and German, most containing some of the same beautifully designed woodcuts by Hans Springinklee and ErhardSchön, and printed variously at Lyons and Nuremberg (by Stuechs or Peypus) for either A. Koberger or J. Koberger. "The 'Hortulus' bears a general resemblance to theHoræ andPrimerswhich were then theformofprayerbook most familiar inFranceandEngland. As in these latter, the LittleOfficeof ourLadyalways occupies the place ofhonour, but the 'Hortulus' contains a greater variety of popularprayers, many of them recommended by curious and probably spuriousIndulgences. The name 'Hortulus Animæ' was derived not from the æsthetic but from theutilitarian aspects of a garden, as is shown by the threeLatindistichs prefixed to most copies of the work" (Catholic Encyclopedia). Fairfax Murray German 209 (1516 edn.). Not in Adams or BM/STC German. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Metamorphoseos, siue lusus Asini libri XI. Floridorû IIII. De Deo Socratis I. De Philosophia I. Asclepius Trismegisti dialogus eodê Apuleio îterprete. Eiusdem Apuleij liber de Dogmatis Platonicis. Eiusdê liber de Mundo, quê magna ex parte ex lib. Aristotelis eiusdê argumenti in latinum traduxit. hic sanè liber mutilatus ante nostram impressionem circunferebatur. eum nos fidem antiquissimi codicis secuti, restituimus. multos aut, & quidê insigneis errores commisit Apuleius in uertendo hoc libro, quos omneis indicauit Petrus Alcyonius graeca, & latina literatura praestantissimus, & philosophus clarissimus cum librum illum latinitate donaret. Apologiae II. Isagogicus liber Platonicae philosophiae per Alcinoû philosophum, graece impressus. nam commodius uisi sumus facere, si hunc librû graecum imprimeremus, q(uam) latinû, cum inepta tralatione cuiusdam Episcopi Tiropiensis barbarus esset.

      Venedig: Aldus / Andreas Torresanus 1521 266 (recte 264), [28] Blätter; Lagenkollation: a-z: 8, A-I: 8; 1-3: 8, 4: 4. Handgefertigter, blind- und schwarzgeprägter dunkelroter Maroquinband des 20. Jh. (164 x 100 x 51 mm) auf drei Doppelbünden, handgestochene Kapitale in gelber und ockerfarbener Seide, Spiegel aus Marmorpapier, fliegende Vorsätze aus handgeschöpftem Bütten, Octavo, 158 x 91 mm (Erste Lage leicht wasserrandig oder fleckig, bzw. fingerfleckig, sonst nur minimal fleckig; in der zweiten Hälfte ein kleiner, fast unmerklicher Wurmgang im unteren weißen Rand innen. Wenige Anstr. und Marginalien von alter Hand. Verblasster Besitzeintrag) Editio princeps des Alcinous-Textes. Apuleius wurde um 125 zu Madaura in Nordafrika geboren, nach Studium der Rhetorik und Philosophie in Karthago und Athen - er beherrschte sowohl die punische wie die lateinische und griechische Sprache - war er als Anwalt und Rhetor in Rom tätig, dann in seiner Heimat als Provinzialpriester des Kaiserkults und Wanderredner. Auf Reisen durch Griechenland und Asien ließ er sich in die Mysterien einweihen. Seine um 170 verfaßten und immer noch mit Vergnügen lesbaren \"Metamorphosen\", eine Bearbeitung der Verwandlungen des Lukios von Patrai, sind der erste vollständig überlieferte antike Roman und, wie Merkelbach in \"Roman und Mysterium in der Antike\" schreibt, selbst ein Mysterientext. In ihm wird neben einer Fülle von Abenteuern das berühmte Märchen von Amor und Psyche erzählt; den Abschluß bildet eine Verherrlichung der Mysterien der Isis und des Osiris. In der Apologie verteidigt er sich im Zusammenhang mit seiner Heirat gegen den Vorwurf der Zauberei. Seine philosophischen Schriften stehen in der Tradition des Platonismus, so berührt sich \"De Deo Sokratis\", worin eine Dämonenlehre enthalten ist, inhaltlich mit Plutarchs Schrift zu diesem Thema. Insgesamt zeigt sein Stil Raffinement wie Anschaulichkeit.Der \"Asclepius\", eine für den Neuplatonismus der Renaissance grundlegende hermetische Schrift, ist uns, bis auf griechische Fragmente bei z.B. Laktanz und eine erst im 20. Jh. entdeckte koptische Fassung, nur in der vorliegenden lateinischen Übertragung überliefert, die hier noch Apuleius zugeschrieben wird, sicherlich aber, da von Augustinus in \"De civitate Dei\" zitiert, vor 400 n.d.Z. entstanden sein muß.Alcinous (Alcinoos, Alkinoos, Albinus), ein Platoniker des zweiten Jahrhunderts n.u.Z., war Schüler des Gaius und Lehrer Galens; seine Einführung in die platonische Philosophie, die in einem Manuskript unter dem in der Aldine angeführten Verfassernamen überliefert ist, vermischt platonisches Gedankengut mit der Logik und Noetik des Aristoteles, und fügt Neuplatonisches hinzu; vgl. Sandys I,328. Der Alcinous-Text ist gesetzt in der schönen vierten griechischen Aldus-Type; cf. Nicolas Barker, Aldus Manutius and the Development of Greek Script & Type in the Fifteenth Century, p. 59 sqq. & ill. 25-27. - Wasserzeichen: Gegenmarke \"A\"; keines. Auf dem Titel das Holzschnitt-Signet 3; auf dem letzten Blatt verso das Holzschnitt-Signet 6.Editio princeps of Alcinous. Modern blindstamped morocco, three raised bands. First quire slightly dampstained in margins, some old annotations or unterlining, otherwise a fine crisp copy. The most important work of the great Platonist, Apuleius of Madura, second century e.v., the `Metamorphoses` is the only surviving example of a Latin novel with the exception of the `Satyricon` of Petronius. Bound with is a summary of Platonic philosophy by Albinus or Alcinous, second century e.v., a pupil of Gaius and a teacher of Galen. The work contains an amalgam of Platonism with Peripathetic and Stoic elements; specifically Neoplatonis doctrines are merely hinted at. With preface of Asulanus to Francesco Rubrio, French legate of Francis I at Venice. The publisher comments upon the quality of the edition and the teaching of Platonism at the universities of Turin and Padua and at Venice.Renouard 91,8 - Adams A1362 - Schweiger II,i,9 - Hoffmann II,209 - Ebert 858 (\"M. neuen Vbess. Schöne Exx. sind selt.\") - BM STC ital 35 - zu Alcinous: Hoffmann I,109. - RFM - Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Bibliophilie;Alte Drucke;Literatur;Antike;Theologie;Mythologie;Mythen;Sagenkunde;Götterlehre]

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         Hortulus Anime

      Nuremberg: Friedrich Peypus for Johann Koberger, 13 December 1521. 8vo (140 x 90 mm). Printed in red and black, gothic types, each page within narrow woodcut borders (scrolling foliage, classical columns, etc.), title-page with large woodcut of the Virgin and Child enthroned; Calendar, Saints Days, Lunar and Solar phases, and other prefatory matter, woodcut capitals, 86 half-page woodcut illustrations by Hans Springinklee, Erhard Schön and others, Z4r with colophon and Peypus's woodcut device. Contemporary blind-panelled sheep, covers with small floral centerpiece, spine in four compartments. Joints worn; title-page a bit soiled, colophon reinforced along gutter margin and a few pale ink stains. Provenance: early owner's signature cropped on upper margin title-page. The "Little Garden of the Soul" was a popular prayerbook in Germany in the early years of the sixteenth century, with the first known edition printed at Strasbourg by Wilhelm Schaffener of Rappeltsweiler, dated 13 March 1498. Numerous editions appeared between 1498 and 1539, in both Latin (as here) and German, most containing some of the same beautifully designed woodcuts by Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön, and printed variously at Lyons and Nuremberg (by Stuechs or Peypus) for either A. Koberger or J. Koberger. "The 'Hortulus' bears a general resemblance to the Horæ and Primers which were then the form of prayer book most familiar in France and England. As in these latter, the Little Office of our Lady always occupies the place of honour, but the 'Hortulus' contains a greater variety of popular prayers, many of them recommended by curious and probably spurious Indulgences. The name 'Hortulus Animæ' was derived not from the æsthetic but from the utilitarian aspects of a garden, as is shown by the three Latin distichs prefixed to most copies of the work" (Catholic Encyclopedia). Fairfax Murray German 209 (1516 edn.). Not in Adams or BM/STC German. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow.

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         Von gelübdten Underrichtung Andreas Bo. von Carolstadt Doctor. Ausslegung, des xxx. Capitel Numeri welichs von gelübdten reden. Das büchlein beschleüsset, durch Biblisch, Christlych rechte, aber haylige gschrifft. Das Pfaffen, Münnichen, und Nun[n]en mit gütem gewissen, un[d] go¨tlichem Willen, sich mügen und söllen vermelen und i[n de]n eelychen stand begeben, unersüchte Römische dispensatio[n] oder nach gebu[n]g die auch gar vnnotlich ist, und gibt rat das obgenante personen jr gleyssnerisch leben, zu[r] sampt kapp[e]n v[o]n gugeln abwerffen, un[d] in ain recht Christlich leben tretten.

      (Augsburg, Melchior Ramminger, 1521).. 32 Bll. Alter Umschlag. 4°. VD 16 B 6243. - Der Reformator Andreas Rudolf Bodenstein, genannt Karlstadt, latinisiert Carolstadius (1486- 1541) predigte und realisierte konsequent die Erneuerung des Gottesdienstes, mit Abschaffung der Messe, Abschaffung der Heiligenbilder, der Kirchenmusik (die seiner Meinung nach von der Andacht abhielten) und der Privatbeichte sowie des Zölibats. - Minimal fleckig.

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         Libro intitulato Stimulo de amore composto per il serafico doctore sancto Bonaventura.

      per Ioanne Antonio & Fratelli da Sabbio, 1521. In-8° (15,1), legatura antica in p. pergamena semirigida, tagli spruzzati; cc.118 [2] con bella vignetta silografica al frontespizio (natività) e marca tipografica all'ultima carta, titoli in gotico, iniziali ornate; antica nota di possesso al frontespizio; piccola integrazione al margine bianco delle sole carte n1 e n5; minuscoli segni di restauro. Editio princeps della versione italiana dello Stimulus amoris, probabilmente ripresa da un più antico volgarizzamento toscano andato perduto. All'epoca si attribuiva a San Bonaventura da Bagnoregio, San Bernardo di Chiaravalle o Henri de Baume, ma da tempo è assegnato definitivamente al francescano Giacomo da Milano (XIII secolo). Un studio filologico di questo antico testo di misticismo sta in Silvia Mostaccio (DBI, LIV ad vocem). Cfr. Rava, Supp. Sander, 1170 bis. Buon esemplare.

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         Libellus de venenis a Ferdinando Ponzetto tituli sancti Pancratii presbitero cardinali editus. (al colophon): Romae excusum in aedibus Iacobi Mazochii : Anno Virginis partus die decima mensis Octobris

      Romanae academiae Bibliopolae. In 4°(mm 290x195); 51 (su 52) carte non numerate (mancante del frontespizio), registro: AA4, BB6, CC6, DD6, EE6, FF6, GG6, HH6, II6, KK4; testo latino in carattere gotico antico e romano tondo. Importante legatura coeva in piena pelle di vitello color bruno, dorso a quattro nervi con filetti a secco e fiori, piatti con decorazioni a cornici concentriche, fregio centrale, insegna araldica in oro opaco (ormai sbiadito), tre stemmi gentilizi in basso e in alto della cornice centrale, decori fitomorfi a secco. Bell'esemplare con ampi margini su carta vergellata con marca d'acqua (una mano e un fiore), antiche chiose a inchiostro bruno al margine di molte pagg. e sottolineature, saltuario lieve alone marginale, dorso e angoli restaurati, sguardie moderne, legatura molto vissuta. Rara edizione originale, interessante monografia sui veleni, suddivisa in tre libri; uno dei primi trattati di tossicologia, redatto da Ferdinando Ponzetti, dottore in medicina e teologia. Prima della nascita della chimica moderna la tossicologia rimase ancorata ad un elenco di sostanze e di sintomi, così descritti da Ponzetti nell'opera: Liber primus: Tract.i. De communi noticia illorum; Trac.ii. de actione venenorum in genere; Trac. iii. de distinctione venenosorum. Liber secundus: Tract.i. de preservatione; Trac.ii de causis; Trac.iii. de curis venenonus in genere; Trac. Iiii de curis illorum in specie; Trac.v. de putrescibilibus; Trac.vi. de partibus animalium venenosis; Trac.vii de plantis e partibus ipsarum venenosis; Trac.viii de plantis manifeste venenosis; Trac.ix de frigidis; Liber tertius de morsibus venenosis: Trac.i. de preservatione ab eis; Trac.ii. de curis morsorum; Trac.iii. de rabie canum; Trac.iiii. de aliis morsibus. Dizionario biografico Treccani: "Gli studiosi concordano nel credere che Ponzetti abbia trascorso la sua infanzia e gioventù a Napoli, dove probabilmente nacque l'amicizia con il genovese Giovanni Battista Cibo, futuro papa Innocenzo VIII, che aveva seguito il padre Arone, medico, e a cui la famiglia di Ponzetti era molto legata, come egli stesso afferma nella dedica al cardinale Cibo della sua Summa brevis theologie (Roma, G. Mazzocchi, 1521). Per l'incertezza sulle sue origini e sul luogo di nascita nei documenti viene definito a volte fiorentino a volte napoletano. Su questa disparità in molti scritti lo stesso Ponzetti gioca in ragione dei suoi interessi economici e politici nel definirsi di un luogo o di un altro. Il 4 maggio 1485 Innocenzo VIII scrisse a Lorenzo de' Medici definendolo già "medicum et familiarem nostrum" (Capparoni, dopo il 1934, p. 4) nella permuta di un credito a Firenze e nell'ottobre dello stesso anno lo nominò scrittore delle lettere apostoliche. Nel 1486 fu nominato abbreviatore pontificio e magister artium et theologiae. Nel 1487 divenne rettore della chiesa di S. Angelo del Castello dell'Abate, nella diocesi di Capaccio, che possedeva un ricco beneficio; nel 1489 fu nominato da Innocenzo VIII lettore dell'udienza delle lettere contraddette, nel 1494 maestro del registro delle bolle da Alessandro VI, che poi, nel 1499 lo fece segretario apostolico. L'8 maggio divenne chierico di Camera. Anche la rete delle sue relazioni attestava il suo potere: così l'amicizia con il banchiere napoletano Paolo di Tolosa, cui dedicò un primo compendio del suo Libellus de venenis, e quella con Agostino Chigi, alla quale è molto probabile si debba la scelta nel 1516 di affidare a Baldassarre Peruzzi l'incarico di affrescare nella chiesa di S. Maria della Pace la cappella Ponzetti, che si trova proprio di fronte a quella dei Chigi dipinta da Raffaello. La morte di Ponzetti avvenne durante il sacco di Roma, il 2 settembre 1527, a causa dei maltrattamenti che dovette subire e per la peste che si diffuse in quel periodo." OPAC/SBN sette localizzazioni

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         Libellus Isagogicus - Al-madkhal]. Preclarum su[m]mi in astroru[m] scientia principis Alchabitii opus ad scrutanda stellaru[m] [.].

      Venice, Petrus Liechtenstein, 1521. - 4to. 64 ff. With several diagrams and woodcut initials in the text and the printer's full-page woodcut device on the final page, printed in red and black. Near-contemporary limp vellum with 19th century spine label. "Early edition of Alchabitius' 'Introduction to the Mystery of Judgments from the Stars', with the 'modern' version by Antonius de Fantis. Sessa issued the same work at the same time, but Liechtenstein's edition is superior and especially esteemed for the fine woodcut in black and red (printer's mark) at the end" (Weil). Translated by Joannes Hispalensis (in 1144), with the commentary of Joannes de Saxonia. "Although al-Qabisi's education was primarily in geometry and astronomy, his principal surviving treatise, 'Al-madkhal ila sina'at ahkam al-nujum' ('Introduction into the Art of Astrology') in five sections [.], is on astrology. The book, as the title indicates, is an introductory exposition of some of the fundamental principles of genethlialogy; its present usefulness lies primarily in its quotations from the Sassanian Andarzghar literature and from al-Kindi, the Indians, Ptolemy, Dorotheus of Sidon, Masha'allah, Hermes Trismegistus, and Valens. Although completely lacking in originality, it was highly valued as a textbook [. The] Latin version was commented on by Joannes de Saxonia at Paris in 1331" (DSB). - Some traces of worming throughout, mainly confined to margins and expertly repaired. 17th century ownership "Francois Claret" to title page. Rare; a single copy in auction records since 1975. Edit 16, CNCE 834. Adams A 24. BM-STC 1. BM I, 307. IA 102.864. Essling 301. Sander 223. Houzeau/Lancaster I, 3848. DSB XI, 226. Weil, Cat. VI, 29. OCLC 46413115. Cf. M. H. Fikri, Treasures from The Arab Scientific Legacy in Europe (Qatar 2009), nos. 9f.

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         Inforciati amplissimum argumentum: Notabiliter interpreta[n]tur ferme o[m]nes rub. toti[us] inforciati amplectentes.].

      - (In fine: Lugdun. opera Francisci Fradin, [.] impensis Aymonis de Porta [.] anno Domini MCCCCCXXI [1521], die vero XXIX mensis Julii), in-folio grande, leg. novecentesca in mezza perg. con punte, cc. CCCCXXXII, [7]. Con 2 grandi xilografie (c. a2v e c. o4r). Interamente impresso in rosso e nero. Esemplare privo della carte a1 (frontespizio), DD2 (mancante per errore di tipografia; la c. DD3 è presente due volte), DD7 (mancante per errore di tipografia; la c. DD6 è presente due volte) e +8 (ultima carta che era bianca). Le carte mancanti DD2 e DD7 sono fornite in fotocopia. Antica gora d'umidità all'angolo inferiore esterno (margine bianco) di gran parte del volume: in alcune carte dove ha ceduto l'angolo è stato reintegrato. Qualche altro alone per lo più marginale. Qualche raro segno di tarlo. Volume dell'"Inforziato" d'una magnifica edizione del Corpus Iuris. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Stephani Nigri chri[a]e quinq[ue].

      Milan: Io. de Castelliono, 1521 (August). 4to (20.5 cm; 8.125"). xciii (i.e., 29), [1] ff. (final blank). The final chapter conveniently extracted from Stephani Nigri Elegantissime è Graeco authorum subditorum translationes, Negri's didactic Latin translations of works by famous Greek authors. Negri (Stephanus Niger, d. ca. 1540) was a professor of Greek in that city. The selected text is composed of five chriae, or themes for rhetorical exercises, followed by three introductory lectures on Homer, Pindar, and Livy that Negri delivered at Milan "In publico Gymnasio," at school.    Printed in Latin and Greek, in roman and italic, this has a (sectional) title-page with its text framed in a wide ornamental border of acanthus leaves and flowers. In text are a number of ornate woodcut initials in white against a white-floriated background.    Evidence of readership: Early ink annotations in a few margins (partially cut off at the time of rebinding).    Provenance: From the library of American collector Albert A. Howard (sans indicia).         EDIT16 CNCE 47085; Sander, II, 4984. Modern vellum over flexible boards, author/contents/date inked on spine, binding gently cocked; marginalia trimmed as above. Very lightly age-toned; clean and crisp.

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         Speculum peregrinarum quaestionum tres decades complectens: in quibus varie quaestiones de animalibus rationalibus in coniuncto & separatim. Deque angelis bonis et malis.

      Lyon, Jacques Myt, 1521. - circa 15,8 x 10,5 cm. CCXXVIII num Bll., Titel in Rot und Schwarz mit Holzschnitt-Bordüre Blindgeprägtes Kalbsleder d. Zt., Rücken alt in Pergament ergänzt "Adams S 1057; Brunet V, 369; Caillet 10496. Seltene recht frühe Ausgabe dieser kuriosen Daemonologie des Dominikaners Bartolomeo Sybilla aus Monopoli bei Bari, der im Jahr der Erstausgabe 1493 verstarb. In drei Dekaden untersucht er die "Wanderungen der Seelen" durch das Inferno, den Limbus, das Purgatorium und Paradis. Im ersten Teil wird die Frage der Unsterblichkeit der Seele behandelt, der zweite untersucht die Natur der guten Engel und der dritte ist ganz den Daemonen oder boesen Engeln und verdammten Seelen gewidmet. Grossen Teil nehmen Diskussionen über Astrologie ein, die Sternzeichen, den Einfluss bösartiger Sterne, Träume und Visionen, Wahrsagen etc. Die Lehren des Hermes Trismegistos werden mehrfach zitiert, in der Beschreibung des Höllenfeuers folgt der Autor den Lehren des Duns Scotus. " "- Titel mit kleinem altem Besitzvermerk im weissen Rand, nur zu Beginn wenig fleckig, sonst meist sehr sauber. Einband stärker berieben, Vorsätze gelöst, sonst solide, trotz der Bereibungen recht dekorativ, innen sehr gut erhalten. [Attributes: First Edition]

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         1521 Lucius Florus History Rome LIVY Froben Aldus Giunta Latin Ab Urbe Condita

      Titi Livii Patavini Decadvm xiiii Epitomae : Lvcivs Florvs ca. 1521-31 - 1521 Lucius Florus History Rome LIVY Froben Aldus Giunta Latin Ab Urbe Condita “Men of outstanding ability are more likely to lack the power of controlling their own people than of defeating an enemy in battle.” Livy, The History of Rome Florus was a Roman historian who lived during the 2nd-century AD. His history of Rome was collected by Livy, and mainly focuses on the foundation of Rome though the end of the B.C. era. The work is considered fairly inaccurate, especially compared to Livy’s much more popular and famous History of Rome. This work lacks details of chronology and geography. This printing is rather ambiguous. Catalogers disagree on who the publisher is. Three possible options are most often agreed upon. • Froben, 1531. • Aldus, 1521. • Filippo Giunta, 1522. Item number: #803 Price: $950 LIVY, Titus Titi Livii Patavini Decadvm xiiii Epitomae : Lvcivs Florvs ca. 1521-31 (See above) Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 52, 63, [1] [leaves] o Signatures: AA-FF8 GG4 aaaa-hhhh8 o "Lucius Florus" has separate divisional title page, foliation, and register. • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: Latin • Size: ~6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 803 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         In somnium Scipionis Libri duo: et septem eiusdem libri Saturnaliorum

      Cologne: Eucharius Cervicornus, 1521. A very attractive copy; first 30 and last two leaves with a single small wormhole.. Folio, title within an ornate woodcut border; fine woodcut map of the world and several woodcut diagrams, woodcut initials; nineteenth-century continental binding of half calf, flat spine gilt in compartments. An important early edition of Macrobius, the first to be edited by Arnoldus Vesaliensis (the classicist Arnold Haldrein of Wesel). This is a handsome edition, folio in size with an illustrated title-page and with many fine woodcuts and initials throughout, including a large and further developed, version of the famous Macrobian world map. One of the very earliest world maps, this half-page woodcut depicts a world split into two - Europe and the balancing Antipodes - and surrounded by ocean at the edges. This remarkable image, which survived by manuscript transmission from the fifth century into the age of printing, had a strong and lingering effect on post-Renaissance and pre-discovery geography: as Shirley points out, reprints "continued to appear from Venetian presses throughout the next century in at least 1521, 1528, 1565 and 1574. There was also a Basle edition of 1535? Crude variants also appeared in editions of Sacrobosco's Opusculum Sphericum throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, As late as 1640 the title-page of Rosaccio's Teatro del Cielo included a small rectangular map after Macrobius?" (Mapping of the World, p. 12).There is an immense literature on the Macrobian world view: Carlos Sanz (El primer mapa del mundo?, Real Sociedad Geográfica, B 455, Madrid, 1966) has studied the significance of the maps with regard to Quiros and subsequent voyages of discovery into the southern hemisphere, while Beaglehole in his great edition of the journals of Cook has neatly written of 'the circular maps of another cycle, that of Macrobius? [who] goes rather further than Cicero or St. Isidore; for whereas Cicero thought the southern zone habitable, and St. Isidore noted that there 'the Antipodes are fabulously said to dwell', Macrobius considered that the heat of the torrid zone would forever keep men from providing any proof. There however is the neatly balanced round of the Macrobian map: in the middle the broad Bath of Ocean, bounded on either side by the wavy coastline of an insular continent, northern and southern, snugly fitted into the waters of its half-circle. Each is divided into three bands: the first, rather narrow, facing on the Alveus Oceani and labelled Perusta - 'burnt up'? So seductive, in the field of science, was harmony, symmetry, balance, the fitness of things; so difficult has it been for the geographer, as for other men, to wait on facts. So little, one is tempted cynically to add, has it mattered in the long run?' (Beaglehole, Journals, I, pp. xxv-vi ).

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         DI LUCIO VITRUVIO POLLIONE DE ARCHITECTURA LIBRI DECE TRADUCTI DE LATINO IN VULGARE AFFIGURATI. Commentati: & con mirando ordine Insigniti: per il quale facilmente potrai trouare la multitudine de li abstrusi & reconditi Vocabuli a li soi loci & in epsa tabula con summo studio expositi & enucleati ad Immensa utilitate de ciascuno Stu

      Como, p. Magistro Gotardo da Ponte, 1521. In folio (mm. 408x282), p. pelle bazana coeva, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, 8 cc.nn., CLXXXIII cc.num., 1 c.nn. (di Errata), testo inquadrato dal commentario, caratteri romani e greci; titolo stampato a forma di piramide che sovrasta la bellissima marca tipografica figurata dello stampatore (al verso della penultima c. la marca ha le sole iniziali); ornato da grandi capilettera silografati su fondo nero, con oltre 100 xilografie nel t. di cui 11 a piena pag. Le illustrazioni riproducono piante, spaccati, prospetti, particolari di edifici, macchine, studi sulla proporzione del corpo umano; vi figurano anche: una carta geografica dell'Italia al verso della c. XLVI - tre studi sul Duomo di Milano (si dice siano le prime autentiche rappresentazioni dell'architettura gotica in un libro a stampa) alle cc. XIV-XV - un'amenissima vignetta rappresentante l'età dell'oro al verso della c. XXXI - una grande tav. con l'allegoria del Cesariano alla c. LXXXXII. Le bellissime iniziali possono essere considerate come un tipico esempio di arte lombarda dell'epoca. "Prima edizione italiana". Il Vitruvio stampato a Como è considerato il più bel libro di architettura del Rinascimento, anche per le magnifiche illustrazioni. In assoluto è la più bella delle antiche edizioni di Vitruvio. Cfr. Fowler Collection,395: “It was translated by Bono Mauro da Bergmo and Benedetto Jovio da Comasco, with the commentary by Cesare Cesariano, who did many of the illustrations for which this edition is famous” - Cicognara,698 - Riccardi,I,610/611 - Berlin Katalog,1802 - Sander,III,7696 - Choix de Olschki,V,5482 - Studi e documenti d'architettura, n. 9/10 - Brunet,V,1330 - Graesse,VII,379. Nel ns. esempl.: frontesp. ben restaur. per picc. manc. margin.; 3 cc. (XXIV, CLXXI, CLXXIV) con i margini bianchi rifatti (con eccellente lavoro di restauro); 1 c (CLXVI) ben restaur. al marg. esterno b. per strappo; con numer. antiche postille a penna; qualche traccia d’uso altrimenti ben conservato. .

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         Description de touts les Pais-bas, autrement appellés la Germanie Inférieure ou Basse Allemagne.Antwerp, Plantin, 1582. Folio. With engraved frontispiece, engraved title-page with letter-press text, engraved coats of arms of the 17 provinces, engraved allegorical plate and 82 mostly double-page maps, plans and views (including 4 additional). 18th century calf, richly gold-tooled spine.

      Tiele, Bibl. 423; Voet 1278. Much enlarged first edition in French of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries, printed by Plantin, written by the Italian nobleman Ludovico Giucciardini (1521-1589). The original Italian edition was published in Antwerp by Sylvius in 1567 and by Plantin in 1581 with nearly three times as many illustrations and the present French edition was again enlarged. A general description of the Low Countries is given, followed by the different provinces and its cities, with maps of some of the major cities of the province. The topography of the various regions and major cities is emphasized, but it also covers all aspects of contemporary life in each area as well, including an extensive treatment of the fine arts, trade and the commercial concerns of each region. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages; its maps, plans and views were also copied for decades.The binding rubbed along the extremities and the spine with a wormhole and some damage to the ends, but otherwise good. Restoration to the lower outer corner of the first 22 leaves after the title-page and p. 164, as well as to the maps of Brussels, Brabantia, and the diocese of Cologne; some ink stains on pages 209-212, and some occasional marginal waterstains; still a good copy.

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         Manuscript on paper entitled "Koyo gunkan massho gekan" with "Massho ketsuyo bon" [collective trans.: "The Shining Record of the Military Exploits of the Takeda Clan"]. Numerous illus. in black ink, many heightened in red, yellow, & blueish-grey wash. 37; 37; 44; 22 folding leaves; 32; 42; 50; 37 folding leaves. 18 parts in eight vols. 8vo (278 x 195 mm.), orig. wrappers, orig. manuscript title labels on upper covers, new stitching

      N.p. [Japan]: n.d. [but 17th century]. These texts give an account of the life and times of Shingen Takeda (1521-73), and his son Katsuyori Takeda (1546-82), the greatest warriors of a prominent military house active from 1185 to about 1600, a period of considerable chaos in Japan. The Takeda clan had a profound influence on the development of the concept of bushido, the warrior class ethical system, which in turn can be said to permeate much of modern Japanese culture. Our manuscript includes "accounts of the Takeda clan's rise and fall; their unique military tactics; the army's constitution; their laws and precepts; and descriptions of their weapons, customs, and lifestyle…the Koyo Gunkan came to have enormous influence on the young bushi of the peaceful Edo period (1600-1868), who used it as a history, military strategy, and ethics textbook… "The Koyo Gunkan subsequently became one of the most important reference works for scholars of bushido throughout the Edo period, when the concept assumed its mature form as a deliberately articulated ethical system and martial cult… "The Koyo Gunkan is a massive and often neglected primary source of medieval Japan, and it is a rich source of information on day-to-day life and culture during the Japanese medieval period."-Alexander C. Bennett, "Neglected Treasure. The Koyo Gunkan" in Sword and Spirit. Classical Warrior Traditions of Japan, Vol. II, ed. by Diane Skoss (1999)-(see the whole wonderful article for more on this clan, this text, its authorship, and its importance). This manuscript is partially written in kana and partially in kanji, suggesting it is an early copy (see Bennett). The finely drawn illustrations depict the strategic designs of castles; how to lay siege on castles; formations of soldiers (with comments on number of troops required, their specialties and armaments, etc.); the five elements of military strategy; cavalry carrying guns; a mountainous area where a battle took place; flags and banners; formations for specific battles; the strategies of Kansuke Yamamoto (1501-61), one of the most brilliant strategists of the Takeda Clan; battles at night, etc. Fine condition. Some occasional minor worming.

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         Stephani Nigri chri[a]e quinq[ue].

      Milan: Io. de Castelliono, 1521 (August). 4to (20.5 cm; 8.125"). xciii (i.e., 29), [1] ff. (final blank). The final chapter conveniently extracted from Stephani Nigri Elegantissime è Graeco authorum subditorum translationes, Negri's didactic Latin translations of works by famous Greek authors. Negri (Stephanus Niger, d. ca. 1540) was a professor of Greek in that city. The selected text is composed of five chriae, or themes for rhetorical exercises, followed by three introductory lectures on Homer, Pindar, and Livy that Negri delivered at Milan "In publico Gymnasio," at school.    Printed in Latin and Greek, in roman and italic, this has a (sectional) title-page with its text framed in a wide ornamental border of acanthus leaves and flowers. In text are a number of ornate woodcut initials in white against a white-floriated background.    Evidence of readership: Early ink annotations in a few margins (partially cut off at the time of rebinding).         EDIT16 CNCE 47085; Sander, II, 4984. Modern vellum over flexible boards, author/contents/date inked on spine, binding gently cocked; marginalia trimmed as above. Very lightly age-toned; clean and crisp.

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        Decisiones Rote Nove ac Antique, Cu[m] Additionibus & Casibus.

      1521 - Notable Decisions of the Rota Romana with Regulations of the Apostolic Chancery Bosqueto, Barnardus [d. 1371], Commentary. Fastolus, Thomas [fl. 1338-1361], Commentary. Molendino, Johannes de, Commentary. Decisiones Rote Nove ac Antique: Cu[m] Additionibus & Casibus: Ubiisq[ue] et Regulis Cancellarie Apostolice: Nuper Diligentilima Recognite & A Mendis Expurgate. [Lyons: Per Jacobum Myt Chalcographum, 1521]. [x], 116, 90, [10], 91-165 ff. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (7-3/4" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate tooling, raised bands to spine, fragments of thong ties. Light rubbing and some worm holes to boards, chipping to spine ends, joints starting at ends, corners worn, hinges cracked, considerable worming to pastedowns and endleaves, minor worming to lower margin of title page and following few leaves and final three leaves of text (fols. 163-165). Title page, featuring a woodcut vignette of a lawyer, a judge and a member of the Apostolic Chancery printed in red and black within a woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, faint dampstaining to margins of title page and some other leaves, spark burns and early pen marks in a few places. $1,750. * Later edition. A collection of four sets of decisions by the Rota Romana and two sets of regulations for the Apostolic Chancery, which regulated practice and procedure. The decisions cover the period 1376 to 1381. The Chancery regulae are those of Sixtus IV, promulgated in 1482, and Innocent VIII, promulgated in 1491. This 1521 imprint is based on the 1496 Venice edition printed by the de Gregoriis for Fontana. This work went through several editions, but all are scarce. OCLC locates 10 copies of the 1521 Lyons edition, 2 in North America (University of Kansas, UNC-Chapel Hill). Universal Short-Title Catalogue 155536. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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