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        Saturnalia.

      Basel Froben 1521 - 4°. 298 S. Mit Initialen von Holbein. Kart. Ber. u. best., Rü. ausgeblichen. Gebr. u. tls. wasserrandig, Wurmspuren, Bl. 2 hinterlegt u. m. kl. Fehlst., neue Vorsatzbll. Graesse IV 281. Auf Wunsch senden wir gerne ein Foto des Buches via E-mail 1,212 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

      [Bookseller: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat]
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        ARISTOTE] LEFÈVRE D'ÉTAPLES (Jacques), CLICHTOVE (Josse)

      1521 1212 - Parisiis, ex officina Simonis Colinae, 1521 (18 septembre), in-folio, [210 x 320 mm], 285 feuillets (signatures: a-z8, A-M8, N5), figures sur bois dans le texte, demi-veau du XIXe siècle, dos lisse orné de roulettes dorées, Paraphrase de la Métaphysique d'Aristote par l'une des plus grandes figures de l’Humanisme parisien, Jacques Lefèvre d'Étaples (1455-1536), avec les commentaires de son confère Josse Clichtove (1472-1543). Ce livre peu courant se divise en 14 traités, annoncés au titre, précédés de l'explication des titres courants, des distiques latins de Jean Le Pelletier, du prologue de Lefèvre d'Étaples, de la dédicace de Clichtove et de la Figura Introductionis de 7 pages. La première édition de ce recueil, avec les commentaires, a paru en 1501 chez Wolfgang Hopyl. Notre édition a été faite sur celle de Henri Estienne de 1510. Bel ouvrage, comportant la marque typographique aux lapins de Simon de Colines au titre, et de nombreuses lettrines sur fond criblé. Exemplaire abondamment annoté à l'époque de commentaires manuscrits à l'encre brune dans les marges, au titre et sur le dernier feuillet ; on décèle des écritures de plusieurs mains sur ce dernier, ainsi que quelques petits dessins. Sans le dernier feuillet blanc (N6). Quelques mouillures pâles. Réparations anciennes sur le feuillet de titre et dans l'angle du dernier feuillet, sans perte de texte. Bonne reliure du XIXe siècle (dos habilement restauré). Renouard, Colines, p.14. Pettegree & Walsby, French Books III & IV: Books published in France before 1601 in Latin., n° 77497. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux]
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         De rebus nuper in Italia gestis [in the running heads: "De bello Mediolanensi"] libro octo ... (Colophon: Antwerp, Maarten de Keyser), 1533. With : (2) SERVILIUS, Johannes (Jan KNAAP). Geldrogallica conjuratio in totius Belgicae clarissimam civitatem Antverpiam, duce Martino Rosheymio, ... Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 1544. 2 works in 1 volume. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). Contemporary vellum wrappers, with 2 fragments of the March and April calendar leaf (in red and black) of a manuscript Missale romanum (ca. 1475/1500?) used as end leaves. .

      Ad 1: Adams C583; Machiels 96; Nijhoff-Kronenberg 518; ad 2: Machiels S 310; VD16, K1366. Contemporary accounts of two political and military power struggles, written in Latin and bound together at an early date. Ad 1: First edition of an important contemporary account of what the running heads and the titles of some later editions call the Milanese Wars (in English more often known as the Italian Wars) of 1521 to 1530, written by Galeazzo Capella (1487-1537).Ad 2: Second edition of an exciting contemporary account of the rebellious war by Maarten van Rossum in Brabant and Guelders in 1542, generally successful in spite of his failed surprise attempt to capture Antwerp, first published at Antwerp in 1542. The present account remains an important source for Van Rossum's exploits, for the author gathered much of his information from eye-witnesses to the events he relates and was sometimes even an eye-witness himself.With a contemporary owner's inscription at the foot of the first title-page ("Liber Theodori Am...smydt ab Apeld...[?]"), another erased in the space below the third line of the title, and a later owner's name "Fletcher" at the head of each title-page, probably the Scottish politician Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun (1655-1716). First title-page somewhat dirty, faint water stains in the foot of the last quire, but otherwise in good condition. From the surviving tranchefiles the book appears to have been only slightly trimmed, leaving margins of 13 to 20 mm around the text block. Binding slightly soiled, wrinkled and with a small tear. Two contemporary accounts of political struggles in Italy and the Low Countries. .

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Opera Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani inter Latinos ecclesiae scriptores primi, sine quorum lectione nullum diem intermittebat olim divus Cyprianus per Beatum Rhenanum Seletstadiensem a tenebris eruta.

      Basileae, Apud Io. Frobenium, 1521, mense Iulio, Quart. Titelblatt mit schöner Holzschnitt-Bordüre, Vorrede von Beatus Rhenanus mit wunderbarer Holzschnittbordüre, Tb., 13 Bll., 615 S., 34 Bll. schönes ganzseitiges Holzschnitt-Druckersignet auf der letzten Textseite sowie am Schluß des Bandes. Späterer Halbpergamentband mit Pergamentecken und Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln. Tertullian (um 160-220), erster bedeutender lateinischer Kirchenschriftsteller, der erste \"katholische Intellektuelle\". Tertullian, ein Römer, erhielt eine gründliche Ausbildung in Rhetorik und Jurisprudenz (ob er mit dem Tertullian in den Digesten identisch ist, ist bis heute umstritten). Im Jahre 193 bekannte er sich zum Christentum, wurde deren erster bedeutender Apologet, machte im Prinzip das Christentum für die intellektuelle Welt Roms akzeptabel und schrieb glänzende apologetische Werke für die Christen. Seine rigorose Einstellung führte jedoch bereits im Jahre 205 zum Austritt aus der Kirche. Schließlich wandte er sich den sog. Montanisten zu, deren bedeutendster Anhänger er in Nordafrika wurde. Auch dort gründete er bald einen neuen Flügel, den späteren Tertullianisten, die dann von Augustinus polemisch angegriffen worden sind. Die frühen christlichen Schriftsteller waren bei den Protestanten sehr beliebt, neben Tertullian besonders Origines. In ihnen wurde der christliche, nicht katholisch \"verfremdete\" Weg gesucht, an die die Protestanten nach den \"Abirrungen\" des Katholizismus wieder anknüpfen zu können glaubten. - Enger Beschnitt, auch die Bordüren betroffen. Die künstlerische Ausstattung der Ausgabe besorgte Hans Holbein der Jüngere. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Concordantiae maiores, cum declinabilium, utriusque instrumenti, tum indeclinabilium dictionum. Mit einem Titelholzschnitt, wohl nach Hans Holbein d.J.

      Basel: Johannes Froben 1521. Titelei, a 1-4, 4; b 1-4, 2 bis d, 1-4, 2; e 1-3, 3; f 1-4, 2 bis z 1-4 , 2; A 1-4, 2 bis Z 1-4, 2; aa 1-4, 2 bis hh, 1-4, 2; ii 1-7, 5; kk 1-4, 2; ll 1-5, 3; AA 1-5, 3; BB 1-4, 2 bis PP 1-4, 2. Pergament der Zeit mit altem, handschriftlichen Rückentitel, Quarto, 30,2 x 20,5 cm. (beschabt und bestossen, Kanten mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Vorderdeckel in einer Ecke mit alt hinterlegtem kleinem Verlust des Bezugs, innen anfangs Signatur und alter gräflicher Bibliotheksstempel im weißen Rand der Titelei, anfangs im Bug Wurmspurengegen Ende im Text Wurmspuren mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust, gegen Ende im rechten Rand kleine Feuchtigkeitsspuren und etwas nachgedunkelt, sonst überraschend wenig gebräunt oder braunfleckig, insgesamt ordentliches Exemplar).-Wichtige Wortkonkordanz zur Bibel. Die zweite Ausgabe des Werks, gedruckt im Jahre 1523, wurde von Luther für seine Bibel-Übersetzung genutzt. Beiliegend ein Zeitungsartikel aus der FAZ vom 22.11.1995 von Manuel Santos-Noya zur Entdeckung von Luthers Handexemplar der Vulgata für die Bibelübersetzung in der Württembergischen Landesbibliothek Stuttgart. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Theologie;Literatur;Deutschland;Deutschland 16. Jahrhundert;Fremdsprachen;Sonstige;Bibliophilie;Alte Drucke]

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        Lexikon [in Greek]/ Dictionarium

      Haguenau: Thomas Anshelm Badensis, December 1521. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. Folio (319 x 203mm). Signatures: a-z (in 8s); A-B (in 6s). Double column, numbered to 776, text in Greek. Woodcut initial beginning letter ?'A.?' Large woodcut printer?'s device on final leaf by Hans Baldung Grien (d.1545), German artist and printmaker, is called ?"one of his best works?" (Butsch I, p. 48, pl. 75). Period limp vellum, neatly rebacked, remnants of old index tabs; light staining or wear with use, otherwise very good. Few instances of marginalia in Greek, mostly in letter ?'A?'; Armorial bookplate of Reverend William B. Hayne, Master of the free grammar school of Hinton Maurice in Devon; sold by Thomas Baker to Cuthbert H. Turner (1860-1930), English ecclesiastical historian and Biblical scholar (his ownership inscription dated 1919, Magdalen College, Oxford); John Waynflete Carter (1905-1975), English author, diplomat and book collector (his book label on front pastedown); ?"BL?" (early emblematical bookplate on front pastedown); gilt monogram on covers ?"CML.?" First edition printed in a German speaking country of Hesychius?' Lexicon of obscure Greek words, this copy with an interesting scholarly provenance. First Edition printed in a German-speaking country, correcting the Aldine edition of 1514. The Lexicon suffered substantial alterations, including abridgements and additions on its way from the author to the only surviving manuscript (of the fifteenth century). This production gives all-important information about the manuscript and the work of earlier scholars. Hesychius of Alexandria lived in the fifth century A.D. and compiled this dictionary of unusual or difficult Greek words with explanations in Greek. Approximately 51,000 entries make it the richest surviving Greek lexicon compiled until the invention of printing. Hesychius?' Lexicon is of great importance to Ancient Greek studies because it contains countless words and expressions from poetry, administration, medicine, and so on, that are otherwise unknown or insufficiently explained. In particular, this work preserves numerous words from the Greek dialects that are important not only for Greek but also for Indo-European philology. Staikos says, ?"A unique source book, Hesychius?' Lexicon deals mainly with words that exist in unusual forms or have more than one meaning, that is to say rare words that were not in everyday use. It also quotes a great many passages from lost works by orators, poets, historians and medical writers.?" Excellent survival and passed through many learned hands. Adams H509; Staikos I, 348.

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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 Studioso... di epsa opera.

      p. Magistro Gotardo da Ponte 1521 In folio (mm. 418x282), 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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        Ordinarius divini officii pro ordine Canonicorum Regularium, Capittuli sive Co[n]gregatio[n]is Wyndesemensis. Anno Domini. M.CCCCC.XXI [Ordinarius of the Divine Office for the Order of the Chapter of Canons Regular or the Windesheim Congregation.1521 AD]; illustrated hybrid Renaissance book in Latin on paper and parchment

      ILLUMINATED HYBRID RENAISSANCE BOOK IN LATIN ON PAPER AND PARCHMENT, the Netherlands, Deventer, printed by Albert Pafraet, April 1521. 207 x 135 mm. In quarto, 90 leaves on paper with parchment additions, in the front one vellum and four paper flyleaves, in the back one vellum and twelve paper flyleaves (collation, x4 a8 b4 A-C8 D4 E-I8 K6), for the greater part printed in Roman type, with some smaller sections printed in Gothic type, rubrication up to f. XXXIIIr and on ff. LXXIIv-LXXIIIr, title within woodcut border consisting of four rectangular woodcuts, two vertical ones depicting the four fathers of the Church (Saints Jerome, Ambrose, Augustine, and Gregory the Great), and two horizontal ones (the upper one dated ?"1521?") depicting Indians with exotic and fantastic animals like an elephant, two camels, and a dragon, all heightened with red, forty-five 4- and 5-line woodcut initials with men, animals, Christ the Savior, and the Sudarium, one 4-line woodcut initial with the Five Holy Wounds (title page), one 9-line woodcut initials (f. Ir), two small astronomical woodcuts for the finding of the Golden Number and Sunday Letter, both heightened with red (f. VIIIr), a full-page woodcut (122 x 86 mm.) of the Virgin and Child in the sun and on the crescent moon (f. LXXIVv), several leaves with small tabs of vellum, some painted red, many marginal and interlinear corrections, additions and notes on separate leaves in brown and red ink by at least six sixteenth-century hands. BINDING: Remarkable contemporary wallet binding of limp brown calf folded around and pasted over vellum maculature of a tenth-century manuscript, probably a Lectionary, with verses from Revelation 8, with elongated back cover overlapping the front cover, blind stamped, fillets, on the front cover a central panel stamp with the Virgin and Child in the sun and on the crescent moon, on the back cover a central panel stamp with St. Roch attired as a pilgrim, at his left a dog with a loaf in its mouth jumping up, at his right an angel to whom St. Roch is showing the plague spot on his leg, in an arched compartment, below a legend reading ?"Sancte roche or[a],?" on the back cover also two smaller panel stamps with a double eagle, on the overlapping flap a panel stamp divided into two vertical compartments, each occupied by a vine branch, enclosing within its curves four animals, on both covers and on the overlapping flap also circular stamps with the Lamb of God, small stamps with floral motifs and rosettes, spine with four raised bands, a leaf tipped in between ff. ai-aii and between the seventh and eighth flyleaf in the back, in the back a pastedown of vellum maculature from a tenth-century Lectionary with verses from Matthew 6 and Isaiah 58. TEXT: Well-preserved copy of the first edition of the Ordinarius of the Windesheim Congregation, illustrated with fine woodcuts attributed to Urs Graf and augmented during the sixteenth century with profuse annotations and manuscript additions of calendars, an obituary, and feasts from 1529 to 1590. This Ordinarius describes the liturgy as it should be followed in the monasteries connected with the congregation and subsequent additions bear witness of the practical use made of those guidelines in a Windesheim monastery in the sixteenth century. This Ordinarius was printed by Albert Pafraet, the most important printer in Deventer, one of the prosperous Hanzeatic cities along the Ijssel River in the northern Netherlands and the cradle of the Devotio Moderna. Its contempory wallet binding is relatively unusual in the inclusion of blind stamping and noteworthy for the two tenth-century manuscript fragments that it includes. PROVENANCE: Belonged to the Canons Regular of Eberhardsklausen, near Trier. CONDITION: Some leaves in the front dog-eared and creased along the edges, a tear in the lower part of f. XXX, a few leaves repaired with pasted-on pieces of old paper, but otherwise in good condition (TM 735).

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        Brustbild Kurfürst Moritz von Sachsen., Bleistift.

      - Bezeichnet "Churfürst Moritz". Auf Zeichenpapier. Blattfüllendes, voll ausgeführtes Portrait des sächsischen Kurfürsten Moritz (1521–1553). - F. A. Frenzel war Geschichtsmaler und Lithograph in Dresden. Nach seiner Ausbildung an der Dredner Akademie, war er zunächst als freischaffender Maler tätig und wurde später Garderoben-Inspektor am kgl. Hoftheater. Es sind nur noch wenige Werke aus seiner Hand bekannt. - Winzige Fleckchen, wohl Atelierspuren. An den oberen Ecken Montierungsreste nach recto leicht durchschlagend. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 2100

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        DE NUPER SUB D. CAROLO REPERTIS INSULIS, SIMULQ[UE] INCOLARUM MORIBUS

      Basel, 1521. Small quarto. Later vellum boards. Boards lightly rubbed, endpapers torn. Old faint institutional ink stamp on front free endpaper, titlepage, and verso of final text leaf; small neat ink number on front pastedown and titlepage. Slight toning in some text margins, early ink marginalia and neat underlining on pp.32-33. Overall, a very good copy. In a brown half morocco and cloth box. Martyr's 1521 Basel letter, which contains information from the lost First Cortés Letter. This is a key work for the New World from 1516 to 1520, including the conquest of Mexico and a description of Cuba. "This is Martyr's first narrative of the discovery made by Grijalva and the expedition of Cortes to Mexico, added to a fuller account of Cuba than was contained in his three decades already printed. Harrisse called this work an extract from the Fourth Decade, but it is evidently a much more important work, Stevens and other authorities defining it as a substitute for the lost first Cortes letter. This work supplements, rather than overlaps other narratives by the author" - Streeter. According to the Church entry on the famous Cortés Letters addressed to Emperor Charles V: "The first of these, known as the Lost First Letter, is supposed to have been written at Vera Cruz, July 10, 1519. Whether it was actually lost or suppressed by the Council for the Indies, at the request of Narvaez, is unknown....As this Letter is mentioned by Cortes in his Second Letter and by other contemporaneous writers, there can be no doubt of its having been written. Extensive researches made by later historians have, however, failed to bring it to light. A publication by Peter Martyr, entitled DE NUPER SUB D. CAROLO REPERTIS INSULIS, published at Basel in 1521, is usually substituted for it." A remarkably important piece of Americana, recounting to Europe for the first time the exploits of Cortés at the beginning of the Conquest.

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        Repertorium totius summe auree beati Antonini. Prima pars totius summe maioris et auree domini Antonini archipresulis. Accurate recognita. Cum additionibus iuris pontificii et cesarei per Ioannem Thierri Lingonensem. Cum concordantiis totius biblie.(Vol. II) - Secuda pars totius summe maioris beati Antonini

      Jehan Petit, (Paris) 1521 - Boffature e discromie alle coperte perdita di pergamena ad una cuffia bindelle recise fori di tarlo e mancanze marginali ai contropiatti scritte di antica mano su alcune carte. Malgrado alcuni grandi aloni esemplari puliti e solidi L'opera completa è in 4 parti. Iniziali e frontespizi xilografati (quello del primo volume bicromatico) testo su due colonne carattere di stampa gotico. carte n.n. p. 2 voll in-8

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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. 418x282), 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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        Hore beate Marie virginis s[e]c[un]d[u]m usum ecclesie romane ?

      Gilles Hardouyn pour Germain Hardouyn, Paris 1521 - [97] (of 104) leaves, printed on vellum, 23 lines, black letter, initials in gold on blue or red grounds, text pages within a variety of historiated and ornamental borders, and with 16 large and 13 small metal cuts FULLY ILLUMINATED IN GOLD AND COLORS BY A CONTEMPORARY HAND. 8vo. Printed on Vellum, with 16 Large Miniatures. Fine example of illumination on vellum in an early binding, from the atelier of the Hardouins, who, along with the Parisian printers Kerver and Simon Vostre, made the printing and illumination of vellum Books of Hours one of their specialties. Books of Hours were traditionally used at home rather than at church and such was demand that "from the mid-thirteenth to the mid-sixteenth century, more Books of Hours were produced, both by hand and by the press, than any other type of book" (Wieck, p7). It's often noted that Books of Hours finally placed access to God in the hands of the public. With the new technology of moveable type, the ability to satisfy demand increased dramatically and, though still expensive, they were now in reach of a far larger section of the public. Joseph Cundall explains the printing process:"[T]here is no doubt that the famous illustrations of the Missal, or 'Book of Hours,' issued in Paris between 1490 and 1520, were engraved on metal of some kind, perhaps on copper or some amalgam of tin and copper. It will be noticed that the groundwork of many borders in the French books is filled with little white dots, criblé it was called; these dots are, in the first place, to imitate similar work in the gold grounds of the borders of illustrated missals, and, in the second place, to save the labour of cutting away so much of the metal as would be required for a white ground. " Curiously, many of the images in French Books of Hours were made after German illustrations.However, the real distinction lay in the quality of illumination and particularly the use of gold leaf. Examples such as this, redolent in gilt and in a contemporary hand are very desireable indeed. Bohatta 961; Lacombe 316; Adams 1032; Joseph Cundall. "A Brief History of Wood engraving" in The Publishers' Circular No 1350, May 14, 1892, p550; Roger S. Wieck, Painted Prayers (NY, 2004) 17th century French citron morocco, tooled in gilt to a panel design with drawer-handle and volute tools [97] (of 104) leaves, printed on vellum, 23 lines, black letter, initials in gold on blue or red grounds, text pages within a variety of historiated and ornamental borders, and with 16 large and 13 small metal cuts FULLY ILLUMINATED IN GOLD AND COLORS BY A CONTEMPORARY HAND. 8vo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Album a photographies de la Terre Sainte arrangées par Boulos Méo Jérusalem.[Jerusalum, Boulos Méo, ca. 1890?]. Oblong album (34 x 46.5 cm) with 48 large albumen photographic prints (ca. 22.5 x 28 cm), signed and captioned in the negative (in French), mounted on both sides of the album's leaves. Some with hand-written captions in pencil (in French) on the mount. Original publisher's grained goatskin(?) spine and sheepskin board edges, each board with a 5 mm thick bevelled and carved panel of olive(?) wood mounted on it, with a mozaic inlaid floral border in black, red, green and beige around the carved border, that on the front with a carved Jerusalem cross in the centre, that on the back with the title "Jerusalem" stencilled in black textura lettering, blue watered silk endleaves.

      Cf. Encyclopedia of nineteenth-century photography, p. 1521; Erdem, Views of Egypt by Georgios and Constantinos Zangaki (thesis, Toronto 2006). A rare and large album with 48 photographs by the renowned Zangaki brothers, whose background and history remain in the shadows. They were probably from the Greek island Milos and worked as commercial photographers in Egypt from ca. 1870. The brothers were quite prolific, producing at least 1500 photographs, mostly for Western tourists, drawn to Egypt and the Middle East in increasing numbers since the opening of the Suez Canal in 1869. The photographs in the present album were most likely taken during an excursion to the Holy Land in ca. 1880. The album features landscapes and city views, including famous sights such as Jaffa Gate (Bab el-Khalil), Tower of David, the Armenian monastery, Church of the Holy Sepulchre, Church of the Flagellation, Al-Aqsa Mosque, Mosque of Omar, Gethsemane, Mount Olive and the Wailing Wall.The photographs with some loss of contrast, otherwise in good condition. The tissue guards and the album's leaves spotted. The binding in very good condition, with the head and foot of the spine slightly damaged and the edges and corners scuffed, and the wood with a few cracks. A fine album of photographs of Palestine.

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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. Modern limp vellum with ties.. "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). - Title slightly smudged; occasional waterstaining. From the library of Curt Wallin with his armorial bookplate on the pastedown. 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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        Chronica di Mantua

      s.e. (1521) In 4, cc. 234 con 7 tavv. xilogr. a piena pagina raff. alberi genealogici, 1 stemma a p. G6. Manca il frontespizio (A1) e le ultime 3 carte Dd2, Dd3, Dd4 (bianca). Sporadici rinforzi al alcune cc. Interessanti annotazioni cinquecentesche a penna redatte in bella grafia. P. pg. settecentesca con qualche danno. Edizione originale di questa rarissima storia mantovana di cui continuano a non essere noti i dati di stampa. Ben noto, invece, ? che Equicola, dopo aver servito come segretario la Marchesana Isabella d'Este, svolse lo stesso ruolo presso il duca Federico suo figlio. Questi, intorno al 1520, ordin? all'Equicola di redigere questa storia di Mantova con particolare riferimento alle gesta della famiglia Gonzaga. A questo fine gli venne attribuito il titolo di castellano di Canedole con un appannaggio tale da permettergli di scrivere senza doversi occupare d'altro. L'opera ebbe in seguito molte edizioni (citiamo quelle degli Osanna 1607, 1608 e 1610) e anche molte critiche in particolare per l'uso della lingua. Venne elogiata da Muratori per i contenuti ma anche egli ebbe riserve sulla lingua. Di particolare interesse, l? dove tratta di Sordello, il fatto che riporti un suo sonetto in provenzale con a fronte la traduzione. Sander, 258. ITA

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        Libri de Generatione, et interitu; Meteoron...; de Mundo...; de Animalibus... Quae omnia Petrus Alcyonius de graeco in latinum a se conversa nunc primum ex impressione repraesentanda curavit

      Bernardinus Vitales 1521 Edizione originale di questa traduzione. In folio, c.nn. 164. Minime riparazioni al margine inferiore della prima carta. Piccoli fori di tarlo alle prime e ultime carte. Per il resto, esemplare eccellente con ampi margini. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena rigida.

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        Paraphrases Erasmi Roterodami in omnes epistolas Pauli apostoli germanas, et in eam quae est ad Hebraeos incerti autoris, cum ijs quae canonicae uocantur rursus ab eo recognitae absolutaeque: postremo à nobis accuratius excusae, digestaeque per tomos, ut cuique secare in formam enchiridij, si uelit, liberum sit.,

      Basilae [Basel] apud Ioannem Frobenium [Froben] 1521 - (74), (110), (33), (1 weißes), (74) Blätter [= zusammen 292 nicht foliierte Blätter]. Haupttitel mit breiter figürlichen Titelbordüre, 3 Nebentitel mit etwas schmäleren figürlichen Bordüren sowie 13 Untertitel mit schmalen Bordüren. Zahlreiche weitere figürliche Kopfstücke, Zierleisten und Initialen. VD16 E3376. - Adams E793 (dort nur 4 Teile). - Bezzel 1527 (8 Teile, 492 Blätter). - Vgl. Knaake II, 306. - Der dekorative, mit beiden Schließen wohlerhaltene Einband leicht berieben und etwas fleckig. Vorderdeckel mit und ca. die ersten 100 Blätter mit kleineren Wurmlöchern. Schnitt etwas angestaubt und leicht fleckig. Die breite Bordüre des Haupttitels am oberen Blattrand etwas beschnitten. Wenige handschriftliche Marginalien von alter Hand in Tinte. - Gut erhaltenes und schönes Exemplar des seltenen Erasmuskommentars zu den Paulusbriefen in zeitgenössischem Einband. - Es erschienen noch weitere Paraphrasen (auch unter eigenständigem Titelblatt), die in der Inhaltsübersicht (Haupttitel verso) genannt werden; offenbar existierten nahezu zeitgleich verschiedene Neuauflagen und annähernd gleich gesetzte Ausgaben, die aber verschiedene Paraphrasen kombinierten. Die umfassendsten Zusammenstellungen sind im Umfang knapp doppelt so stark. Unser Exemplar mit den Paraphrasen zu Römer, Corinther, Galater, Epheser, Philipper, Colosseer und Thessalonicher; letzte Lagensignatur unseres Exemplars ist N10; bei Bezzel bis Pp10). Die verschiedenen Titelblätter, die im Vergleich verschiedener Exemplare innerhalb gleicher Bordüren abweichende Umbrüche und Satzspiegel aufweisen, tragen zur bibliographischen Verwirrung bei. - Der schöne Buchschmuck (nach Knaake) evtl. von Urs Graf, dem Meister J.F und Ambr. Holbein. - Very good copy in contemporary binding. Uncommon. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 990 8° (17,5 x 11 cm). Schweinslederband der Zeit auf drei Doppelbünden über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blindprägung (Rollenstempel und Streicheisenlinien um zentrale, floral gefüllte Kartusche) sowie 2 intakten Messingschließen. 4 Teile (von wohl insgesamt 8) in 1 Band.

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        Architettura dal vero esemplare latino nella volgar lingua tradotto... -

      In - folio picc. Mezza pergamena del '700; un angolo danneggiato. Titolo stampato in rosso e nero entro ampia bordura silografica, 136 figure silografiche n.t., e molti bei capilettera. (24), 110 ff.; verso del frontespizio con rinforzi nei margini, macchioline sparse e lieve ingiallitura della carta. Terza edizione in italiano. La prima traduzione del Vitruvio apparve a Como nel 1521 a cura del Cesariano; seguì, nel 1524, una nuova versione migliorata tradotta da Francesco Lutio Durantino, di cui questa è una ristampa con delle correzioni. Le illustrazioni sono invece fedeli copie di quelle dell'edizione di Fra Giocondo del 1511, la prima figurata. Cicognara 705. Mortimer, Harvard, 545. Fowler 399. Third edition in Italian, but the second of Durantino's translation (1st 1524), an improved version of the first translation by Cesariano printed at Como in 1521. The illustrations are close copies of the Vitruvius by Fra Giocondo of 1511. Title within a large woodcut border, 136 text woodcuts and various decorative initials. Margins of title reinforced, some soiling and toning of the paper. 18th century half vellum, ms. title on spine; one corner damaged.

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        3 Werke in 1 Band: I) Opus insigne ... in euangeliu Ioannis: a Georgio Trapezotio traductu ... Hec secuda edito comentarioru Cyrilli in Ioanne ... II) Eximii patris Cyrilli ...comentarii in Leuiticu: sexdecim libris digesti ... III) Preclarum op(us) ... q(uod) Thesaur(us) nuncupat(us) ... cotra hereticos luculenter disseres ...- In Beibindung: Dionysius Areopagita.

      (Paris, Wolfgang Hopyl), 1521.. Fol. Mit 3 Holzschnitt-Titeln, 2 ganzs. Metallschnitten und zahlr. Holzschnitt-Init. 263 num. Bll., 1 w. Bl.- 62 num. Bll., 2 nn. Bll.- 4 nn. Bll., 86 num. Bll. Hpgt. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messing-Schließen (tintenfleckig, beschabt, etw. bestoßen, Deckel minimal wurmstichig).. Panzer, Annales VIII, 1140, 1231 und 1232. Vgl. Adams C-3176, C-3712 und C-3178.- Sehr schön gedruckte Ausgaben der Kommentare des Kirchenvaters Kyrill von Alexandria (ca. 380-444) in den Übersetzungen von Georg von Trapezunt. Das erste Werk vormals bei Hopyl 1508 erschienen, die beiden anderen Werke ebenfalls bei Hopyl 1514. Bei Werk II und III auf dem jeweils letzten Blatt verso wiederholte Metallschnitte (Merlo 1140). Diese zeigen in Renaissance-Architektur die Heilige Ursuala mit Jungfrauen und Spruchband "Ima permutat. Brevis hora summis", darüber Anbetung der heiligen drei Könige, darunter Martyrium der Makkabäer. Oben links das Kölner Wappen, rechts Wappen mit Monogramm "PW". Merlo zufolge befinden sich diese Metallschnitte in Büchern, die für den Kölner Buchhändler Birckmann in Paris gedruckt wurden.- Innendeckel mit hs. Bibl.-Vermerk, Titel zu I mit kleinem Stempel und hs. Anmerkung. Zahlreiche hs. Randanmerkungen in Tinte. Vereinzelt gering wurmstichig, Papier leicht gebräunt und tls. gering braunfleckig.- Beigebunden: Dionysius Areopagita: De mystica Theologia lib. I. ... Joan. Eckius (Johann von Eck) Commentarios adiecit pro Theologia Negativa Ingolstadii ... (Augsburg, Johann Miller, 1519). Mit Holzschnitt-Diagrammen im Text. 37 (statt 38) nn. Bll. (VD 16, D 1854. Adams D-530). Schöner griechisch-lateinischer Druck. Mit den Auslegungen von Johannes Sarzenus, Ambrosius Camaldulensis und Marsilio Ficino-. Ohne das Blatt E5 (in Kopie beiliegend). Einige Blätter gering wasserrandig, leicht gebräunt.

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        Annales, non tam de Augustorum vitis quam aliorum germanorum gestis et docte et compendiose dissererentes, ante sexingentos fere annos editi.

      am Schluß: Mainz, J. Schöffer, 1521. Folio (Buchblock: 29,5 x 22 cm). Mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 1 ganzseit. Porträt und Wappen sowie einige Initialen (alles in fein ausgeführtem Holzschnitt). 12, 58 num., 2 nn. Bll. Angebunden: [Burchardus Urspergensis]: Chronicon ... continens historiam rerum memorabilium a Nino rege Assyriorum rege ad tempora Friderici II. Rom. Imperatoris. (Am Schluß: Augsburg: J. Miller 1515). Mit typographischem Titel (18. Jahrhundert), Holzschnittdruckermarke und zahlr. Holzschnitt-Initialen. 132 Bll. Schöner späterer Pappband mit farbigem Brokatpapierbezug, florale Motive (Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Vordergelenk angebrochen. Erstes Titelblatt mit reparierten Durchriss, vereinzelt etwas altersfleckig bzw. feuchtrandig. Vorderes Vorsatzbl. mit roten Farbflecken von der Schnittfärbung). - Zu 1: BM STC 728. VD16 R 599. Adams R 276 - Erste Ausgabe der mittelalterlichen Chronik des Abtes von Prüm. Sie reicht ursprünglich bis zum Jahre 906 und wurde von einem Trierer Mönch bis 967 fortgesetzt. Sebastian von Rotenhan (vgl. ADB XXIX, 299) widmete die Ausgabe Kaiser Karl V. Die beiden Holzschnitte zeigen ein Porträt und ein Wappen Rotenhans. Die Titelbordüre mit Szenen aus der Lukrezia-Geschichte wird Anton Woensam (auch Anton von Worms) zugeschrieben. Zu 2: BM STC, German Books 169. VD16 B 9800. Adams C 2517. - Erste Ausgabe der Reichschronik des Abtes des Prämonstratenserklosters Ursberg, hier ohne den originalen Holzschnitt-Titel. Sie entstand zu Beginn des 13. Jhdts. und erschien erst 1472 in Augsburg zunächst in Auszügen. Sie behandelt die Zeit vom Assyrerkönig Ninus bis auf Kaiser Friedrich II. und ist bedeutsam für die Zeit der Staufer und Lothars III., da sie auf verlorengegangene Quellen aufbaut. "In eindeutig prostaufischer Tendenz und mit leidenschaftlicher Anteilnahme an der Geschichte Heinrichs VI. und seiner Nachfolger bis Friedrich II. schreibt B. doch nicht ohne eigenes Urteil und Kritik, die sich scharf gegen päpstliche Anmaßungen, aber auch gegen die Rechtsunkenntnis der Deutschen wendet."(NDB III, 30)..

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        In somnium Scipionis Libri duo: et septem eiusdem libri Saturnaliorum

      Cologne: Eucharius Cervicornus, 1521. Folio, title within an ornate woodcut border; fine woodcut map of the world and several woodcut diagrams, woodcut initials; first 30 and last two leaves with a single small wormhole; an attractive copy in a nineteenth-century continental binding of half calf, flat spine gilt in compartments. Early Macrobius with a refigured world map. 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 another, yet further developed, version of the famous Macrobian world map.

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        C. CRISPI SALLUSTII CRISPI DE CONIURATIONE CATILINAE. Eiusdem de bello Iugurthino, Orationes quaedam et libris historiarum C.Crispi Sallustii, Eiusdem oratio contra M.T.Ciceronem, M.T.Ciceronis oratio contra C.Crispii Sallustium, Eiusdem oratione quatuor contra Lucium Catilina, Porcij Latronis declamatio contra Lucium Catilina. Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Soceri. mense Ianuario 1521.

      "Quae omnia solerti nuper cura repurgata sunt, ac suo quaeque ordine optime digesta". Testo latino. Cm.15,8x9,5. Pg.(16), 284 numerate solo al recto, (2). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica aldina impressa al frontespizio e ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccolissimi fori di tarlo al dorso. Alcune minime sottolineature e chiose manoscritte d'epoca. Al recto dell'ultima carta ripetuta manualmente a inchiostro di china l'ancora con delfino. Doppia prefazione, la prima di Francesco di Asolo, la seconda dello stesso Aldo a Bartolomeo Liviano, identica a quella apposta all'edizione del 1509. Bella edizione aldina, pubblicata per le cure di Francesco d'Asolo come sorta di seconda edizione ampliata della precedente del 1509. Ne esiste anche una contraffazione dello stesso anno, sempre a Venezia, del De Gregori.

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        Opera Q. Septimii Florentis Tertulliani inter Latinos ecclesiae scriptores primi, sine quorum lectione nullum diem intermittebat olim divus Cyprianus per Beatum Rhenanum Seletstadiensem a tenebris eruta.

      Basileae, Apud Io. Frobenium, 1521, mense Iulio,. Quart. Titelblatt mit schöner Holzschnitt-Bordüre, Vorrede von Beatus Rhenanus mit wunderbarer Holzschnittbordüre, Tb., 13 Bll., 615 S., 34 Bll. schönes ganzseitiges Holzschnitt-Druckersignet auf der letzten Textseite sowie am Schluß des Bandes. Späterer Halbpergamentband mit Pergamentecken und Buntpapierüberzug auf den Buchdeckeln.. Tertullian (um 160-220), erster bedeutender lateinischer Kirchenschriftsteller, der erste "katholische Intellektuelle". Tertullian, ein Römer, erhielt eine gründliche Ausbildung in Rhetorik und Jurisprudenz (ob er mit dem Tertullian in den Digesten identisch ist, ist bis heute umstritten). Im Jahre 193 bekannte er sich zum Christentum, wurde deren erster bedeutender Apologet, machte im Prinzip das Christentum für die intellektuelle Welt Roms akzeptabel und schrieb glänzende apologetische Werke für die Christen. Seine rigorose Einstellung führte jedoch bereits im Jahre 205 zum Austritt aus der Kirche. Schließlich wandte er sich den sog. Montanisten zu, deren bedeutendster Anhänger er in Nordafrika wurde. Auch dort gründete er bald einen neuen Flügel, den späteren Tertullianisten, die dann von Augustinus polemisch angegriffen worden sind. Die frühen christlichen Schriftsteller waren bei den Protestanten sehr beliebt, neben Tertullian besonders Origines. In ihnen wurde der christliche, nicht katholisch "verfremdete" Weg gesucht, an die die Protestanten nach den "Abirrungen" des Katholizismus wieder anknüpfen zu können glaubten. - Enger Beschnitt, auch die Bordüren betroffen. Die künstlerische Ausstattung der Ausgabe besorgte Hans Holbein der Jüngere.

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        (HÊSUCHIOU LEXIKON. Hesychii dictionarium, locupletiss. ea fide ac diligentia excusum, ut hoc uno, ad veterum autorum fere omnium, ac poetarum in primis lectionem, iusti commentarij vice, uti qui vis possit, & plane nihil sit, quod ad rectam interpretationem desyderari hic queat.)

      (Hagenoae : In aedibus Thomae Anshelmi Badensis, 1521). Folio. 776 columns p. Modern h.cloth. 31 cm (Ref: VD16 H 3184; Hoffmann 2,261: Wiederholung der Aldine; Ebert 9638: 'A corrected reprint of the Aldine' of 1514; Brunet 3,146) (Details: Initial and blank spaces with guide letters for initials; only the first initial has a woodcut capital; the Greek text is printed in 2 columns; the edges of the book block are marbled) (Condition: 20th century restored binding; the back has recently been replaced by black cloth, and the remains of the leather back have been pasted on the black spine; both covers have marbled paper; the covers are worn at the extremes. The first 7 leaves are slightly spotted in the outer margin. This book unfortunately lacks the first leaf with the title on the recto, and with the accompanying short praefatio of Aldus on the verso, and it lacks also the last leaf with the printer's device; nevertheless, the text of the Lexicon is complete, and in excellent condition, from the introduction at the beginning to the 'telos', the end. Occasional old ink annotations in the margins) (Note: The lexicographer Hesychius Alexandrinus compiled his lexicon in the 5th or 6th century A.D. The work offers numerous fragments which enable the reconstruction of corrupt passages in the texts of classical authors. Its worth for classical scholarship lies also in the abundance of data on Greek dialects, and the history of the Greek language. This is the third edition after the editio princeps of Aldus of 1514. The lexicon was edited by Marcus Musurus at the request of Aldus Manutius, who received the manuscript for publication from I. Bardellone) (Collation: a8 (minus a1 title) b - z8, A - B6 (minus B6 printer's mark)). Photographs on request.

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        Libri de re rustica. - Scriptores rei rusticae

      Florence: Giunti, 1521. Second Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full later vellum with shelf number on spine, small library stamp to front board and library bookplate on the front pastedown. Small burn mark on 88/89 affecting a few words, slight soiling and foxing to edges, faint dampstain to upper corner of the last dozen or so leaves; a very clean copy overall of the second Giunti edition of this compilation of classical knowledge of farming and rural life with added commentaries on one of the works of Columella and Palladius. Set in a fine italic typeface - printer's mark on the verso of the final page.(xx), 222, 125 leaves (with some mispagination). Graesse VI 331, Adams S807, Pettas 169 Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Farming & Rural Life. Inventory No: 045197.

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        CORNUCOPIAE sive Commentariorum linguae Latinae

      Basel (Switzerland): Andream Cartandrum (ie Cratander), 1521. Hardcover. Good+. With Cratander's large colophon printer's mark at end & full page border of putti at play on the second titlepage. Folio contemporary calf spine gilt on 5 raised bands (some minor repairs to spine and lower compartment split at lower hinge/2 leather holes repaired) LACKS leaves 1-8 including titlepage, preliminaries, & index up to "aricia" on leaf 9. 9-79pp +1436 Columns (ie 718pp). Some leaves with marginal damp mark never touching text & a few minor tears or paper faults & approx. 20 early paper repairs with a few obscuring text but mostly just marginal. One column has a few drops of candle wax. As expected from Cratander, the margins are wide and the nice italic type well centered but 2 pages are slightly over inked and thus have ink smudges. *An early edition of this humanist reference work printed in italic columns by the famous humanist printer at a time when Basel was in the fore front of such printing. These lexicographical studies on the first book of Martial’s Epigrams follwed by similar works by other authors were a virtual encyclopedia of Latin words.

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        Libri de re rustica. - Scriptores rei rusticae

      Florence: Giunti, 1521. Second Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full later vellum with shelf number on spine, small library stamp to front board and library bookplate on the front pastedown. Small burn mark on 88/89 affecting a few words, slight soiling and foxing to edges, faint dampstain to upper corner of the last dozen or so leaves; a very clean copy overall of the second Giunti edition of this compilation of classical knowledge of farming and rural life with added commentaries on one of the works of Columella and Palladius. Set in a fine italic typeface - printer's mark on the verso of the final page.(xx), 222, 125 leaves (with some mispagination). Graesse VI 331, Adams S807, Pettas 169 Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 1-2 kilos. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Farming & Rural Life. Inventory No: 045197.

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        CORNUCOPIAE sive Commentariorum linguae Latinae

      Andream Cartandrum (ie Cratander), Basel (Switzerland) 1521 - With Cratander's large colophon printer's mark at end & full page border of putti at play on the second titlepage. Folio contemporary calf spine gilt on 5 raised bands (some minor repairs to spine and lower compartment split at lower hinge/2 leather holes repaired) LACKS leaves 1-8 including titlepage, preliminaries, & index up to "aricia" on leaf 9. 9-79pp +1436 Columns (ie 718pp). Some leaves with marginal damp mark never touching text & a few minor tears or paper faults & approx. 20 early paper repairs with a few obscuring text but mostly just marginal. One column has a few drops of candle wax. As expected from Cratander, the margins are wide and the nice italic type well centered but 2 pages are slightly over inked and thus have ink smudges. *An early edition of this humanist reference work printed in italic columns by the famous humanist printer at a time when Basel was in the fore front of such printing. These lexicographical studies on the first book of Martial’s Epigrams follwed by similar works by other authors were a virtual encyclopedia of Latin words. 1 volume.

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        De Architectura libri Dece [The Ten Books on Architecture]

      Como: Gottardo de Ponte. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. FIRST EDITION IN A MODERN LANGUAGE AND ONE OF THE FINEST ILLUSTRATED BOOKS OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE. De Architectura "is the only Roman work inspired by Greek architecture that has come down to us. It is therefore important as our prime source of many lost Greek writings on the subject and as a guide to archaeological research in Italy and Greece. By exemplifying the principles of classical architecture it became the fundamental architectural textbook for centuries…

 "The ten books of 'On Architecture' deal with principles of building in general, building materials, designs of theatres, temples and other public buildings, town and country houses, baths, interior decoration and wall paintings, clocks and dials, astronomy, mechanical and military engineering. There are many ingenious devices for dealing with the echo in theatres and ideas on acoustic principles generally; on methods of sanitation-Vitruvius is believed to have been responsible for the new plumbing system introduced when Augustus rebuilt Rome; on correct proportions, proper location of buildings, town planning and much on ballistic and hydraulic problems. The classical tradition of building, with its regular proportions and symmetry and the three orders-Doric, Ionic and Corinthian-derives from this book. In recent times Vitruvius's considerable importance in the history of science has also been recognized, as he had made some valuable contributions to astronomy, geometry and engineering…

 "It was with the Renaissance that his influence began. Alberti, Bramante, Ghiberti, Michelangelo, Vignola, Palladio and many others were directly inspired by Vitruvius. The first printed edition appeared in Rome (c1483-90)… The Como edition of 1521 is the first in Italian-by Cesare Cesariano, a pupil of Bramante. It has splendid new illustrations, some of which are now attributed to Leonardo da Vinci, and is the most beautiful of all the early editions" (Printing and the Mind of Man, 26).

 One of the masterpieces of Renaissance book illustration: Superbly illustrated with 117 woodcuts (10 full page), including three full-page plans of the Milan Cathedral, believed to be the first illustrations of gothic architecture in a classical text, and the extraordinary diagrams representing ideal human proportions, diagrams that would later become known as representations of the now famous "Vitruvian man". 

 Como: Gottardo de Ponte, 1521. Folio, nineteenth century full vellum. With the corrected "tutta" reading on errata leaf. Very minor occasional soiling; a few early repairs to spine. A superb copy with extremely large margins. RARE.

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        Brevarium Cartusiense.

      Paris, Th. Kerver, [1521?]. - 8vo. (8), CCCXLV (instead of 352) ff.With title woodcut and one woodcut in the text, printed in red and black throughout. Contemp. blindstamped calf over wooden boards (spine rebacked, with ms. label). A single central clasp. Rare Carthusian Breviary; probably a hitherto unknown variant printing, the collation of which agrees with that stated by Bohatta. The woodcut shows four procession scenes ("Laudate dominum in sanctis eius"). - Top spine-end damaged; slight browning, with occasional worming. Wants the final 7 ff. From the Ritter Waldauf Library in Hall with their engr. bookplate, stamp, and ms. ownership dated 1596. The Imperial Protonotary Florian Waldauf (also: Baldauf; c. 1450-1510; in 1495 countersignatory to the preliminary contract of the Habsburg-Spanish double wedding) and his wife Barbara founded a chapel, a collection of relics, and a ministry for the Hall parish church. As steward of the Waldauf endowment, the City of Hall was responsible for the donations "das alle jar etliche puecher nach anzaigen des predigers zum predigambt gekauft und in der heiligen capellen liberei an ketten gehangen und versorgt werden"; furthermore, the library was directed to acquire books from the estates of religious figures. Contrary to the Waldauf decree, the library was hardly enlarged by systematic purchases, but mainly through the incidental acquisition of books and endowments, primarily from clergymen, monasteries, and schools. The most famous previous owner was Johannes Eck. "After 400 years of existence and only occasional growth, interest in the survival of the Ritter-Waldauf-Bibliothek seemed to dwindle away. In addition, endowment possibilies dropped off completely during the First World War. During the Second World War an unknown number of valuable manuscripts and prints were handed out to private individuals in Hall, in order to secure them from impoundment by the National Socialists. After the War, however, not one of these books was returned" (cf. Hdb. der hist. Buchbestände in Dtl.). Cf. Panzer VIII, 74, 1277 (dated "MDXXI die XII. Aprilis"). Moreau 38. Bohatta 1321. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Annales, non tam de Augustorum vitis, quam aliorum Germanorum gestis et docte et compendiose disserentes, ante sexingentos fere annos editi.(ed. by Sebastian von Rotenhan).

      Mainz, Johann Schöffer 1521. - Folio. (12), 58, (2) lvs. With woodcut title border, 2 full-page woodcuts (Rotenhan's portrait and coat-of-arms) and some woodcut initials. New leather (corners and edges slightly rubbed), both front and rear board covered by old blind-stamped leather (heavily rubbed, leather defects). First edition of both Regino's chronicle and the continuation attributed to Adalbert of Weissenburg. Regino's text ends on page 50 verso. This edition is basing on a copy (by Conrad Peutinger now in the British Museum, Kurze B2l resp. A1g) of a manuscript written in Freising (Kurze A 1) and a second manuscript (from the Reichenau now in Karlsruhe , Kurze B2i). All the manuscrips of the tradition "A" contain both Regino and the continuation, regino's text probably revised by Adalbert (see Frase p. 23 ff.). E. Thormählen (Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1934. p. 148, 154) attributes the woodcuts - together with several illustrations of the Schoeffer-Livius (1523) - to Faber of Creuznach. Benzing/Presser (500 Jahre Mainzer Buchdruck. p. 44 und 46), Knaus (Gutenberg Jahrbuch 1952. p. 82 ff.) and E. Geck (Mainzer Almanach. 1964. p. 149) agree on this attribution, Brücker (Conrad Faber von Creuznach. 1963. p. 96) contradicts. The title border has been used first time in Schoeffer's Livius edition in 1518. Regino's (died 915) chronicle starts with the birth of Christ and goes up to the year 906; especially for the last c. 30 years it is an important historical source. Adalbert of Weissenburg (later the first archbishop of Magdeburg) wrote the continuation between 966 - 968 describing the time of the emperors Henry I, Otto I. and Otto II. (up to the coronation of Otto II. at Rome in 967). Provenance: The title bears 2 ownership inscriptions, one of them says: "Ex Libris Francisci Du Molinet Domini De Rosoy 1653". It shows that the book has been in the possession of the lawyer François de Molinet (died 1695) from Langres (Haute-Marne) At the time of Louis XIV. he was royal prosecutor and mayor of Langres. By his hand a price inscription as well: 20 livres. Front paste-down and fly-leaf old, the rear ones renewed with old paper. Front fly-leaf with entries regarding this edition. In places marginal annotations and underlinings, 1 leaf with small loss of paper (not touching text). Slightly browned throughout, a fresh copy of the rare edition (Vogt in "Catalogus . librorum rariorum": "Editio . rarissima" [5/1793, p. 715]). VD 16, R 599; Roth ( Schöffer) 75; Kurze p. XIV; Schleidgen p. 103; Panzer, Annales VII, 44; Adams R 276; BMSTC (German Books) 728; Ebert 19018 ("sehr seltne erste Ausg."); Graesse VI, 64; Brunet IV, 1182. An extensive description is available on request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE NUPER SUB D. CAROLO REPERTIS INSULIS, SIMULQ[UE] INCOLARUM MORIBUS

      Basel: [Adam Petri], 1521.. 43pp. (pp. 20 and 21 misnumbered). Woodcut title border. Small quarto. Later vellum boards. Boards lightly rubbed, endpapers torn. Old faint institutional ink stamp on front free endpaper, titlepage, and verso of final text leaf; small neat ink number on front pastedown and titlepage. Slight tanning in some text margins, early ink marginalia and neat underlining on pp. 32 and 33. Overall, a very good copy. In a brown half morocco and cloth box. Martyr's 1521 Basel letter, which contains information from the lost First Cortés Letter. This is a key work for the New World from 1516 to 1520, including the conquest of Mexico and a description of Cuba. "This is Martyr's first narrative of the discovery made by Grijalva and the expedition of Cortes to Mexico, added to a fuller account of Cuba than was contained in his three decades already printed. Harrisse called this work an extract from the Fourth Decade, but it is evidently a much more important work, Stevens and other authorities defining it as a substitute for the lost first Cortes letter. This work supplements, rather than overlaps other narratives by the author" - Streeter. According to the Church entry on the famous Cortés Letters addressed to Emperor Charles V: "The first of these, known as the Lost First Letter, is supposed to have been written at Vera Cruz, July 10, 1519. Whether it was actually lost or suppressed by the Council for the Indies, at the request of Narvaez, is unknown...As this Letter is mentioned by Cortes in his Second Letter and by other contemporaneous writers, there can be no doubt of its having been written. Extensive researches made by later historians have, however, failed to bring it to light. A publication by Peter Martyr, entitled DE NUPER SUB D. CAROLO REPERTIS INSULIS, published at Basel in 1521, is usually substituted for it." A remarkably important piece of Americana, recounting to Europe for the first time the exploits of Cortés at the beginning of the Conquest. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 521/1. JCB (3)I:79. SABIN 1553. STREETER SALE 8. BORBA DE MORAES, p.530. MEDINA (BHA) 62. STEVENS NUGGETS 1802. HARRISSE 110. CHURCH 47 (ref). JCB GERMAN AMERICANA 521/1.

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        Scriptores rei rusticae libri de re rustica a nicolao angelico.recogniti.catonis, varronis, columellae, palladii.commentaris Junii pompeo. fortunati in librum de cultu hortorum, cum adnotationibus philippi beroaldi

      Per heredes philippi Juntae. die XXVIII mensis septembris 1521, florentiae - [Giunti agricoltura] (cm.21,5) Solida legatura originale in piena pergamena realizzata con un folgio manoscritto del XIV-XV secolo, poco leggibile per sbiaditura e difetti agli angoli. dorso rifatto nel XIX sec. in pergamena antica. -cc.20nn., cc.222, cc.125 + 1c. con al verso la marca tipografica. il colophon è a c. 125 recto. Alcune figure nel testo con terreni agricoli, mietitura, schemi ecc. opera classica, copia dell'edizione del 1515 con l'aggiunta dei commentari di Columella e Palladio con le note del Beroaldo. Raccoglie le massime opere antiche di agricoltura, sui lavori dei campi, sulla caccia, pesca, cibi, vino, villa ecc.nel testo alcuni passaggi in greco. Le prime 5 carte n umerate contengono ai margini molte note coeve manoscritte. una gora al margine bianco delle prime 20 carte, ben restaurata con vecchio rinforzo alle prime dieci. il tutto senza danno al testo. per altro bell'esmplare nitido e genuino compelto dell'ultima carta con la marca che a volte manca come dice Ceresoli:"la marca col gilgio non si trova in fine di tutti gli esemplari di questa non frequente edizione." *Camerini "Giunti" 155; *Bandini II 171; *Ebert 20736; *Renouard XLVI/48 * Sander 6911; *Ceresoli 327; *Simon "Bacchica"395; *Simon "Gastronomica" 312; *Schweiger II, 2: 1306. *Brunet V 246; *Graesse VI 331; *Adams S 807.[f61] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera. .Complectitus item quosque liber suum inventarium.

      Paris: Francois Regnault 1521 - title page printed in red and black, a scattering of small wormholes in title and first section (index), reducing to three by the start of the text and wholly extinguished by f. 50, three further small holes in last 30 ff., sometimes touching a character but rarely affecting legibility, frequent short marginal early ink notes, a bit of dustsoiling and marginal dampmarking at end, ff. [22], CCCCL, [8], folio, early 17th-century English sprinkled calf, backstrip with four raised bands, remains of old label in second compartment, boards bordered in blind, front joint and backstrip ends expertly renewed, a bit rubbed and scratched, ownership inscription with Latin motto dated 1578 at head of title with initials T.G. and a further initial or surname lost with a small fragment of paper, 17th-century inscription of Roger Kay, shelf mark, and bibliographical notes on title early 19th-century bookplate inside front cover of Fulwar William Fowle (childhood friend of Jane Austen), good An early reissue of the 1518 editio princeps of the collected works of Pope Saint Gregory I, called ‘the Great’ (c.540-604). Saint Gregory wrote widely, more so than any previous pope, and had an enormous influence on the development of medieval Christianity, both through his own works - he reformed the liturgy and established the Kyries at the beginning of Mass, and initiated the conversion of the British Isles - and later attribution: ‘Gregorian chant’ (plainsong) was so named in order to give it the air of tradition when it was developed years after his death. Among his writings are dozens of sermons, a Commentary on Job (the ‘Magna Moralia’), ‘The Rule for Pastors’, and numerous letters. Individual parts had been printed in the fifteenth century, but the first collected works appeared in Paris in 1518. This volume, printed by Regnault, is the first reissue of that edition recorded in Adams; it maintains the same pagination and collation, and some copies may even retain the earlier date in the colophon. (Adams G1166)

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        Biblia cum concordantiis veteris & novi testamenti…

      [Colophon on R5v:] Lyons: Printed by Jacques Saçon for Anton Koberger of Nuremberg, 1521., 1521. folio. ff. [14], 317, [26]. with blank R6 but without final blank. title in red & black with elaborate woodcut border, large vignette incorporating arms of Lyons & with red fleur de lys. numerous woodcuts in the text (2 full-page; 2 cuts inexpertly coloured). numerous woodcut initials. each page of text with woodcut border at top & bottom. text in double columns. black letter. full modern calf (some staining to outer leaves, some underlining & marginal notes, 2 small rust holes in title & following leaf with very slight loss). armorial bookplate of Henry James Grasett [1808-82], Rector of St. James Cathedral (1847-82) & Dean of Toronto (1867-82). One of a series of attractively illustrated editions printed by Jacques Saçon for Anton Koberger of Nuremberg. The woodcuts, many of which were also used by Jean Marion for two editions printed for Koberger in 1520, were the work of Hans Springinklee and Erhard Schön. The two full-page cuts depict the six days of creation and the nativity - the latter is reproduced in Mortimer. Adams B1001. Baudrier XII pp. 357-58. BM STC French p. 53. Darlow & Moule 6101 (incomplete). cfMortimer, 16th Century French 63..

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        APULEII METAMORPHOSEOS

      Aldus, Venetiis 1521 - Apulée Luce (Lucius Saturantius Apuleius) ~ APULEII METAMORPHOSEOS, sive usus Asini libri XI. Floridorum IIII. De deo Socratis I. De philosophia I. Asclepius Trismegisti dialogus eodem Apuleio interprete. Ejusdem Apuleii liber de dogmatis Platonicis. Ejusdem liber de mundo. Apologiae II. Isagogicus liber Platonicae philosophiae per Alcinoum philosophum, graece impressus. Venetiis, Aldus, 1521 In-8, Apulée 266 ff, Alcininous 27 ff. et sur le dernier la souscription avec l'Ancre et au Dauphin" , gravée sur la page de titre et sur la dernière page, veau brun, dos à nerfs richement orné, dentelle int., tr. rouge1ère Edition Aldine des oeuvres d'Apulée. - Contient : "Asclépius" attribué à Hermès Trismégiste, prétendument traduite par Apulée et, à la seconde partie, "Isagogicus liber Platonicae" d'Alcinous en version grecque originale non traduite avec faux-titre en grec et en latin. - Marque au titre et au verso du dernier f.; Réf. bibl. : Adams, A 1362. - Renouard, 91:8. - Ahmanson-Murphy, 177. - Cataldi Palau *67.P Brunet I, p.158, n° 12 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        (HESUCHIOU LEXIKON. Hesychii dictionarium, locupletiss. ea fide ac diligentia excusum, ut hoc uno, ad veterum autorum fere omnium, ac poetarum in primis lectionem, iusti commentarij vice, uti qui vis possit, & plane nihil sit, quod ad rectam interpretationem desyderari hic queat.)

      (Hagenoae : In aedibus Thomae Anshelmi Badensis, 1521).. Folio. 776 columns p. Modern h.cloth. 31 cm (Ref: VD16 H 3184; Hoffmann 2,261: Wiederholung der Aldine; Ebert 9638: 'A corrected reprint of the Aldine' of 1514; Brunet 3,146) (Details: Initial and blank spaces with guide letters for initials; only the first initial has a woodcut capital; the Greek text is printed in 2 columns; the edges of the book block are marbled) (Condition: 20th century restored binding; the back has recently been replaced by black cloth, and the remains of the leather back have been pasted on the black spine; both covers have marbled paper; the covers are worn at the extremes. The first 7 leaves are slightly spotted in the outer margin. This book unfortunately lacks the first leaf with the title on the recto, and with the accompanying short praefatio of Aldus on the verso, and it lacks also the last leaf with the printer's device; nevertheless, the text of the Lexicon is complete, and in excellent condition, from the introduction at the beginning to the 'telos', the end. Occasional old ink annotations in the margins) (Note: The lexicographer Hesychius Alexandrinus compiled his lexicon in the 5th or 6th century A.D. The work offers numerous fragments which enable the reconstruction of corrupt passages in the texts of classical authors. Its worth for classical scholarship lies also in the abundance of data on Greek dialects, and the history of the Greek language. This is the third edition after the editio princeps of Aldus of 1514. The lexicon was edited by Marcus Musurus at the request of Aldus Manutius, who received the manuscript for publication from I. Bardellone) (Collation: a8 (minus a1 title) b - z8, A - B6 (minus B6 printer's mark)). Photographs on request..

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        Eyn Sermon D. Martini Luthers so er auff dem hyneweg zu K. M. gen Wormbß zu zyhen, auß bit vortreflicher und vil gelarter, ane vorgehede fleyß, ader sun-derliche studirung in der eyle zu Erffurdt gethan,von eynem leyhen nach dem im in seynem abwesen dier selbige in ruck ungüstliche un wahrhaftiglich unnd anders dan durch inen vorlaut nach gesagt zu entschuldigung un enthaldung unleuckbarer warheit, auch zu besserug der yhenen so dar in getroffen wie geschehe in druck bevoln un uschaft.

      Erfurt, Matthes Maler, 1521.. 1. Ausgabe! 8°. 4 Bll. Titelblatteinfassung: 2 Säulen tragen einen Früchtekorb, unten 5 Putto Hefteinband des 19. Jh. Umschlag mit Fehlstelle. Papierbedingt gebräunt u. fleckig. Marginalien auf dem Titelblatt unten.. Hase 435. Benzing, Luther 896. VD 16. Luther, Martin *1483-1546.

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        Wir, Karl der Fünfft ... Keyser ... bekennen offentlich mit disem Brief ... Nachdem die Jüdischeit in unserm Fürstenthumb Wirttemberg ... zinß und gült/ umb wucher gelt gelihen ... geben in ... Prüssel in Brabant am 25. Juni 1521

      Br?l, 1521.. Brüssel, 1521.. 1 Seite (34 Zeilen) auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Verbot an die Juden im Herzogtum Württemberg, gegen Wucherzinsen Geld zu verleihen. - Außerordentlich seltene und wichtige Verordnung, nur in der WLB Stuttgart ist ein Exemplar nachzuweisen. - Breitrandig, gering gebräunt und stockfleckig, im Bug unten eingerissen.

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        Super prima (-secunda) .ff. veteris: cu(m) copiosissimis additionibus Domini Francisci Curtij (et) alioru(m) excellentissimorum modernorum: interposita Repetitione .l. si de vi. de iudicijs: multisq(ue) legibus per ordinem redactis (et) cu(m) summarijs Hieronymi de Marliano Mediolane(n)sis: ante leges (et) paragraphos annotatis.

      impensis nobilium mercatorum Lugdunensium,, Lugduni, 1521 - Due parti in un volume in folio (cm. 39), cc. 191 (1); 144. Splendidi frontespizi figurati ed in rosso e nero a ciascuna delle due parti ed eleganti capolettera istoriati. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida con dorso a nervi. Qualche forellino di tarlo al dorso ed all'inizio del primo volume (perlopiù marginale). Nel secondo volume bisogna invece segnalare una mancanza alla parte inferiore dell eultime 4 carte (con ampia perdita di testo). Peraltro esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione, elegantemente impresso su carta forte. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bilder-Pentateuch. Vollständige und originalgetreue Faksimile-Ausgabe des Bilder-Pentateuch, Venedig 1521, Codex 1164. Aus dem jüdischen Historischen Institut Warschau Graz, Bernthaler & Windischgraetz 1983

      . limt. 82/999. 2 Bde. (Faksimile- u. Kommentarband). Quer-8°. 123 faksimilierte Bl.; 3 Bl., 183 S. OLdr.. Quer-8°. (Kommentarband deutsch, englisch,hebräisch, polnisch.) 8°, 18 - 23,5 cm quer. Zustand. die Handschrift zu den fünf Büchern Moses ist ein sehr seltenes Dokument zu den 5 Büchern Moses und zählt zu den interessantesten jüdischen Handschriften überhaupt. BLKö

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