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2019-03-03 19:17:09
1521. Sie bieten auf eine seltene Postinknuabel, vollständig in vier Teilen nebst drei weiteren beigebundenen Werken: Divinum epitoma questionum in quattuor lib. Sententiarum a principe Thomistarum Ioan. Capreolo Or. praedicatorum disputatarum, aeditum per fratrem Paulum Sonci. ... His additis, quae idem morte praeuentus perficere nequiuit per f. Isidorum de Isolanis Mediolanensem, eiusdem predicatoriae professionis Der Druck der einzelnen vier Teile erfolgte laut Impressum zwischen Dezember 1521 und April 1522: Impressum Bd 1: Papiae exactissima cura per solertem virum Jacob Paucidrapium de Burgofranco 1521 die 22 mensis Decembris Impressum Bd 2: Papiae, summa cura ac diligentia impressum fuit per solertem virum Iacob de Burgofranco, 1522 die 16 mensis Marti Impressum Bd 3: Papiae, summa cura ac diligentia impressum per Iacob de Burgofranco 1522, die 24 mensis Impressum Bd 4: Papiae, exactissima cura ac diligentia solertis. viri Iacob Paucisdrapij de Burgofranco impressum 1522 die 12 Aprilis Umfang der vier Teile des Hauptwerks: Bd 1: 7 Bl., 135 S., 1 blanco Bd 2: 112 S. Bd 3: 43 S. Bd 4: 83 S., 1 blanco, 4 Bl. Errata (Errata mit eigenem Impressum. Druck: Juli 1522) Nach dem Hauptwerk schließen sich kleinere beigebundene Werke an. Hierbei handelt es sich um: 1. beigebundenes Werk: Index duce elementorum ordine in septingentas et duodecim altissime disputatas, varieq[ue] per quatuor Sententiarum libros Jo[annis] Capreoli. Papiae, Mai 1522. 15 ungez. Bl. 2. beigebundenes Werk: Isolani, Isidoro degli: In Averroistas De [a]eternitate mundi Libri quattuor, fratris Isidori de Is … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: colophoniusregenschein [Saerbeck, DE]
2019-03-03 10:13:21
Clark Ashton Smith
Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529). When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. In the Ultimate Valleys by Clark Ashton Smith (Typed Poem) Signed 1914 SignedAuthors: Clark Ashton SmithPublisher: Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529)Edition: First EditionFeatures: (ca 1914). A one-page typed poem with a single hand-correction. "At" is crossed out, "Round" written above it. Signed by the Author at top corner "Clark Ashton Smith, Auburn, Cal." with a penciled date "2-16-14" in the opposite corner. On the left side of the page the author inscribed, "A Study in Tone-Color." The author signed his name again in full at the bottom right corner.Book Condition: Near Fine: A slight smear to the inked letters "St "in "Study" and a few very minor faint spots of toning. Old fold creases.SCX0529-1 Topic Fantasy Publisher Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529) Special Attributes Signed Binding Softcover Author Clark Ashton Smith. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Heartwood Books (pulp2515) [Fort Lauderdale, US]
2019-03-02 07:28:07
Basel, T. Wolff, 1521. Regule grammaticales antiquorum cum earundem declarationibus: et multis argume(n)tis postis circa una(m)cuan(uem) regula(m) in speciali. Basel, T. Wolff, 1521. 8vo, ff.[30](final leaf blank) gothic letter, with a large woodcut of a Portuguese king on title; a few contemporary annotations (slightly shaved) leaf (B6) has smudged stain. very good copy in mid.twentieth century Morocco, gilt edges. Rare edition of this popular grammar, the earliest edition which are undated appeared in Leipzig and Cologne around 1490. VD16 R 641, recording a copy at Munich, OCLC adds a further copy at Basel. N.B. This item will be sent post free. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Michael Isaacs [Edinburgh, United Kingdom]
2019-02-22 18:22:52
Apuleius (Lucius Apuleius Madauresis)
in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri Mense Maio 1521 (al colophon), Venetiis. Legatura 700 in piena pelle con nervi. Ricchi fregi e titolo oro su tassello al ds. Tagli rossi. Piccole mancanze alle cuffie. Frontespizio allentato. Margini esterni del primo fascicolo rinforzati, forellini di tarlo marginali su alcune carte e lievi fioriture. Nel complesso, esemplare in più che buono stato di conservazione. Prima edizione aldina delle opere di Apuleio, con il trattatello di Alcinoo su Platone aggiunto in fine. Adams, A-1362; Renouard, p. 91. 8vo (cm. 14,2), 266 cc., 28 cc.nn. Ancora aldina al frontis. ed al colophon. Testo latino in carattere corsivo. L ultima opera di Alcinoo, con proprio occhietto, in lingua greca. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-02-19 13:23:43
DI CASTRO PAOLO.
impensis nobilium mercatorum Lugdunensium,, Lugduni, 1521. Due parti in un volume in folio (cm. 39), cc. 92; 112. 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 foro di tarlo al dorso ed all'inizio del primo volume. Esemplare complessivamente in ottimo stato di conservazione, elegantemente impresso su carta forte. Rade glosse ms. coeve. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2019-02-17 00:33:11
Vigo, Giovanni da
Myt [d.i.: Giunta], Lugduni [Lyon], 1521. 57 (3) Bll., blindgeprägter jüngerer HLdrbd. unter Verwendung eines französischen Notendrucks als Bezugspapier der Deckel, farbiger Kopfschnitt, 19,5 x 14,5 cm. Zweiter Teil des medizinischen Hauptwerks Vigos (um 1450-1577) in einer frühen Ausgabe. Ohne die neun Kapitel der 171 römisch foliierten (und 3 nicht foliierten) Blätter des einleitenden ersten Teils, aber mit allen fünf Kapiteln des chrirugischen Hauptteils (compendium in chyrurgia). Das Titelblatt des zweiten Teils in einem ornamental-floralem Holzschnitt-Rahmen, mit dem Bild des gekreuzigten Jesus oben und dem Säugling Jesus zwischen Maria und Joseph unten. Im Mittelfeld da Vigo und der Chirurg Mariano Santo bei der Visite eines Kranken. - Im Text geht es u.a. um Chirurgie im allgemeinen, um Geschwüre, Medikamente, etc. - Adams 2, 762. - In lateinischer Sprache. - Gering berieben und bestoßen; die Vorsätze gering fleckig. Sonst und insgesamt gutes, gepflegtes Exemplar in attraktivem Einband. 402 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Lübeck, Germany]
2019-02-15 11:24:26
Sie bieten auf eine seltene Postinknuabel, vollständig in vier Teilen nebst drei weiteren beigebundenen Werken: Divinum epitoma questionum in quattuor lib. Sententiarum a principe Thomistarum Ioan. Capreolo Or. praedicatorum disputatarum, aeditum per fratrem Paulum Sonci. ... His additis, quae idem morte praeuentus perficere nequiuit per f. Isidorum de Isolanis Mediolanensem, eiusdem predicatoriae professionis Der Druck der einzelnen vier Teile erfolgte laut Impressum zwischen Dezember 1521 und April 1522: Impressum Bd 1: Papiae exactissima cura per solertem virum Jacob Paucidrapium de Burgofranco 1521 die 22 mensis Decembris Impressum Bd 2: Papiae, summa cura ac diligentia impressum fuit per solertem virum Iacob de Burgofranco, 1522 die 16 mensis Marti Impressum Bd 3: Papiae, summa cura ac diligentia impressum per Iacob de Burgofranco 1522, die 24 mensis Impressum Bd 4: Papiae, exactissima cura ac diligentia solertis. viri Iacob Paucisdrapij de Burgofranco impressum 1522 die 12 Aprilis Umfang der vier Teile des Hauptwerks: Bd 1: 7 Bl., 135 S., 1 blanco Bd 2: 112 S. Bd 3: 43 S. Bd 4: 83 S., 1 blanco, 4 Bl. Errata (Errata mit eigenem Impressum. Druck: Juli 1522) Nach dem Hauptwerk schließen sich kleinere beigebundene Werke an. Hierbei handelt es sich um: 1. beigebundenes Werk: Index duce elementorum ordine in septingentas et duodecim altissime disputatas, varieq[ue] per quatuor Sententiarum libros Jo[annis] Capreoli. Papiae, Mai 1522. 15 ungez. Bl. 2. beigebundenes Werk: Isolani, Isidoro degli: In Averroistas De [a]eternitate mundi Libri quattuor, fratris Isidori de Isolanis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: colophoniusregenschein [Saerbeck, DE]
2019-02-13 00:33:43
Barletta - ein Sprachkünstler auf der Kanzel - Barletta, Gabriel,
Brixie [Brescia], Ludovicus Britannicus und Brüder, 1521. 16 x 11 cm. [4], 179 num. [1] unbedrucktes Bl.; 144 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Bordüre im Groteskenstil und einigen figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Modernes Halbleder über falschen Bünden. Titelblatt angestaubt und angerändert, mit hinterlegter Wurmspur und handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk datiert 20.12.[19]43. Zweites Blatt mit Nummernstempel. Teilweise braun- und wasserfleckig, am Ende stärker. Ein Blatt mit Papierabriss im weißen Rand. Einige Bl. mit alten Anmerkungen. Index Aureliensis 113.148. CNCE 4228. Die Predigten des Dominikaners Gabriel Barletta „galten so sehr als Muster populärer Predigtweise, daß man . sprichwörtlich sagte: Nescit praedicare, qui nescit barlettare" (Wetzer-W. 1, 2019). Der zweite Teil „Sanctuarium" (IA 113.147) mit Wiederholung der Titelbordüre. Das letzte Blatt verso mit ganzseitigen Anmerkungen in italienischer Sprache, datiert 4. Februar 1586. "Little is known of his life other than that he was a Dominican and probably a pupil of St. Antoninus. All his contemporaries held him in high esteem as an orator. He was generally proposed, even during his lifetime, as the model orator. After his death his fame did not diminish, if the popular saying which Altamura has preserved for us be a criterion. Throughout Italy it was the common saying: Nescit praedicare qui nescit barlettare." (Catholic Encyclopedia).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2019-02-12 15:05:52
FOLENGO, Teofilo
Toscolano, Alessandro Paganini, 1521. In 16mo (mm. 120x72); legatura del XIX secolo in marocchino rosso, dorso a cinque nervi con titolo in oro, dentelles interne, tagli dorati e marmorizzati, risguardi in carta marmorizzata (H. Duru); cc. 272, (8). Segnatura: A-Z8 AA-MM8. Con 54 figure in legno nel testo a piena pagina. Esemplare appartenuto al celebre scrittore e bibliofilo Charles Nodier (1780-1844) (suo ex-libris al contropiatto anteriore), che ha aggiunto, in un foglietto incollato al secondo risguardo anteriore, una nota circa la rarità del libro e le condizioni dell'esemplare (cfr. C. Nodier, Catalogue raisonné d'une jolie collection de livres, Paris, 1844, 270). Timbro del libraio Lauria di Parigi e nota a matita ("E' l'esemplare Marzorati – nr. 388 del suo catalogo") al primo risguardo anteriore. Ottima copia. PRIMA EDIZIONE COMPLETA e prima edizione ILLUSTRATA, terza in assoluto dopo quella di Venezia dello stesso Paganino (1517), in cui il Baldus comprendeva solamente 17 libri, e dopo quella di Milano del 1520 che ne è una ristampa. Il volume contiene la Zanitonella (una serie di 21 liriche sulla vita rusticale), l'inedita Moscheide (un poemetto in distici elegiaci sulla battaglia delle mosche e delle formiche di imitazione omerica), un Libellus epistolarum et epigrammatum e il Baldus in 25 libri e 12.000 versi (il doppio della prima edizione) (cfr. A. Nuovo, L'edizione toscolanese del Folengo, in: "Teofilo Folengo nel quinto centenario della nascita (1491-1991)", Atti del convegno di studi Mantova-Brescia-Padova, 26-29 settembre 1991, a cura di G. Bernardi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2019-02-11 17:53:49
PETRARQUE.
[Impresso in Vinegia nelle case d'Aldo Romano et d'Andrea Asolano suo suocero nell'anno 1521 nel mese di Giulio]. in-8. 184ff. 15ff. 7ff. (sur 8, manque le dernier feuillet portant la marque aldine). Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure du début du 19e siècle). Troisième édition aldine de Pétrarque, publiée par le successeur de Manuce, Andrea Asolano. "Cette édition de 1521 n'est pas moins considérée que les deux précédentes. Les cinq éditions de Pétrarque données par ces imprimeurs en 1501, 1514, 1521, 1533 et 1546 sont toutes estimables: les plus anciennes sont les plus rares et se paient plus chèrement par les amateurs" (Renouard). Exemplaire du poète et érudit J. P. Chevalier de Saint-Amand qui fut notamment bibliothécaire de la bibliothèque municipale de Bourges de 1826 à 1849. Renouard, Annales de l'imprimerie des Aldes, I, p.219. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-02-10 10:57:30
[ALDINE PRESS] CICERO, M. Tullius (106-43)
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresani, 1521. Aldine 8vo (161 x 94 mm; 63/8 x 33/4 in.). Collation: aa-bb^8 a-ss^8 tt^4. 3- and 4-line printed guide letters. 18th-century red roan-backed marbled boards, smooth spine gilt-lettered and -ruled, all edges gilt. Some rubbing to joints and extremities, lower margin of ss8 renewed, an occasional pale foxmark, but generally very clean and crisp. Provenance: contemporary ownership signature "Francici de Reiry" on title, and with occasional ink marginalia expounding on the text; Thomas Fleming, Jr. (bookplate, May 1841 acquisition note on verso of front free endpaper). Item #403156 Second Aldine edition. The letters of Cicero to Atticus, Brutus and his brother Quintus. Aldus had intended to publish all the surviving works of Cicero, starting in 1502 with the Epistolae familiares. The first Aldine edition was printed in 1513. Adams C-1909; Renouard 93,15.
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-02-08 15:44:00
Antique Master Print, titled: 'Giardino del ill.mo card. Montalto.' - Rare antique master print. View of the palace and gardens of Cardinal Montalto in Rome. Pope Sixtus V or Xystus V (1521-1590), born Felice Peretti di Montalto, was Bishop of Rome from 24 April 1585 to his death in 1590. He is known as Cardinal Montalto. During the pontificate of his political enemy Gregory XIII (1572–85), Cardinal Montalto lived in enforced retirement, occupied with the care of his property, the Villa Montalto, erected by Domenico Fontana close to his beloved church on the Esquiline Hill, overlooking the Baths of Diocletian. The first phase (1576–80) was enlarged after Peretti became pope and was able to clear buildings to open four new streets in 1585–6. The villa contained two residences, the Palazzo Sistino or "di Termini" ("of the Baths") and the casino, called the Palazzetto Montalto e Felice. Engraving on laid paper. Watermark: Circle with an anchor. Description: Very rare. From a series of at least 8 views of gardens in Rome. State: Only state. Ref: Hollstein 73.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Mattthaeus Greuter' after 'Matthaeus Greutter'. Matthaeus Greuter (active first half of the 17th. Century) originated from Strasbourg. He worked in Rome and Venice. Condition: Fair, given age. Margins cropped to the image edge. Pinholes in the corners and margin edges, with rust remains. Small paper loss in the top margin and right bottom corner, backed. Small worm hole at top left. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2019-02-06 00:23:45
MODESTUS, Publius Franc.
(Rimini, Bernardino Vitali, 1521) Folio. (27,9x18,0cm). [xii,216,20] ff. Modern half morocco. (title-page repaired; some (water-)stains; the woodcut depicting the Lion of St. Mark is missing (page repaired), a few pages damaged (a few letters text loss, due to moulding?); with old (pencil) annotations (both on plants and the on Venetias itself); lacking the last ten leaves of part II) With the second part, which was not always incorporated (see Brunet): P.F. Modesti Ad Claudiam Francorum reginam sylvarum liber unus; but LACKING Inter Vidum Rangonum et Ugonem Pepulum duellum. Curious copy: LATIN - ENGLISH HERBAL GLOSSARY in the margin of the first ca. 100 leaves: a 17th century hand has written latin names of 416 (!) plants and herbs, with the english translation underneath in a well legible hand. The damage to the pages is probably due to storing plant leaves and/or herbs between the pages. Some 16th-century annotations and scores in the first 20 leaves. Most renowned and most poetic work of Modestus. Modelled after the Aeneid, the history of Venice - from its mythical foundation to the War of the Holy League - is told in twelve books in Latin hexameters (Pattini, Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Vol.75). First book ever printed in Rimini. "It is said to contain anecdotes which displeased some noble Venetian family and the work was therefore suppressed." Renouard finds this supposed ban doubtful. (Ellis, Catalogue of rare books 1728, p. 36; Brunet III.6) "Quelques bibliographies, entre autres Peignot, ont prétendu que ce poëme, devenu excessivement rare, avait été supp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2019-02-05 22:55:16
Edición de S. E., Granada, 1521. "Â? A 16th century Spanish Genealogical Manuscript with Curious and Unusual Primitive IllustrationsÂ?". Folio; unbound; with floral motifs surrounding the text. AN ATTRACTIVELY ILLUSTRATED EARLY SPANISH PATENT OF NOBILITY. Lawsuits to prove nobility were civil processes native to Castile. They ended during the Late Medieval and Early Modern Periods. Their purpose was to produce a declaration of possession of noble blood on the part of a plaintiff or plaintiffs who were linked through a shared kinship cognation through their respective paternal bloodlines.Royal patents such as this one were commonly produced on vellum and profusely illustrated, although sometimes they were rendered on paper. The document we present here is of unusual beauty, decorated in what could be called a primitive style with floral wreaths surrounding the text. At the end of the document, a separate page bears an image of the Virgin Mary with Child and a coat of arms at the foot of the page. This primitive style makes this document of particular interest for the study of decorative features of manuscripts in the 16th century, since it is very rare to come across this kind of illustration. "un manuscrito genealogico español, con curiosas ilustraciones primitivas, y poco frecuentes?". Folio; unbound; con decoración floral rodeando el texto. El pleito de hidalguía fue un proceso de naturaleza civil propio de Castilla que terminó, durante la baja Edad Media y la Edad Moderna, y que tenía por objeto la declaración en contenciosos de la hidalguía de sangre de la persona o las … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [MIAMI, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-02-03 20:34:23
GIACOMO DA MILANO
[Colophon]: In Venetia, per Ioanne Antonio & Fratelli da Sabbio, 1521 dil mese de septembrio. In-8, cc. 118, [2]. Segnatura: a-p8. Titoli in gotico, testo in carattere romano. Bella vignetta al frontespizio raffigurante la natività, iniziali ornate e grande marca tipografica in fine. Ottima legatura in piena pergamena floscia con laccetti, titolo calligrafico con carattere umanistico nel senso longitudinale del dorso. Iniziali ornate a fondo nero. Ottimo esemplare. Raro. Edizione originale fatta probabilmente sulla traccia di un più antico volgarizzamento andato perduto e non sul testo latino. A lungo attribuito a torto a S. Bonaventura da Bagnoregio, ma in tempi diversi e più debolmente anche a Bernardo di Chiaravalle e a Henri de Baume, il «Pungolo d'amore» venne definitivamente riconsegnato al suo vero autore solo recentemente grazie agli studi dei padri di Quaracchi e di G. Sbaraglia (Supplementum et castigatio ad Scriptores trium Ordinum S. Francisci, II, Romae, 1921). Un studio filologico di questo antico testo di matrice francescana sta in Silvia Mostaccio (DBI, vol. 54, ad vocem). Bibliografia: Rava, Supp. Sander, 1170 bis. DBI, LIV, (ad vocem). Per la tradizione manoscritta e a stampa di questo testo si veda anche: Archivum Francisc. historicum, LXVII (1974), pp. 486-488; LXVIII (1975), pp. 152 s.; LXX (1977), p. 223; LXXIII (1980), p. 739; LXXVI (1983), p. 600; LXXVIII (1985), pp. 312, 314, 317. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2019-02-02 10:31:02
Hutten, Ulrich von
Artikeldetails Ein Klag über den Lutherischen Brandt zu Mentz. Hutten, Ulrich von: (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. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 23071 Bemerkungen: 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!EUR 8.500,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher [München, DE]
2019-02-02 04:53:36
Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer. 1521 Lucius Florus History Rome Tite-Live Froben Aldus Giunta Latin Ab Urbe Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. 1521 Lucius Florus histoire Rome LIVY Froben Aldus Giunta latine Ab Urbe Condita « Les hommes de capacité exceptionnelle sont plus susceptibles de n'ont pas le pouvoir de contrôler leur propre peuple que de vaincre un ennemi dans la bataille. » - Tite-Live, L'histoire de Rome Florus est un historien romain qui a vécu pendant la 2e-siècle de notre ère. Son histoire de Rome ont été collectée par Tite-Live et concentre principalement sur la Fondation de Rome bien que la fin de l'ère de la Colombie-Britannique. Le travail est considéré comme assez imprécis, surtout par rapport à l'histoire de Rome beaucoup plus populaires et célèbres de Tite-Live. Ce travail n'a pas les détails de la chronologie et la géographie. Cette impression est plutôt ambiguë. Catalogueurs sont en désaccord sur qui est le serveur de publication. Trois possibilités sont plus souvent convenues. · Froben, 1531. · Aldus, 1521. · Filippo Giunta, 1522. Numéro d'article : #803 Prix : $950 Tite-Live, Titus Titi Patavini Decadvm Cyril xiiii Epitomae : Lvcivs Florvs ca. 1521-31 (voir ci-dessus) Détails: · Classement complet avec toutes les pages : 52, 63, [1] [feuilles] le Signatures : AA-FF8 GG4 aaaa-hhhh … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-02-01 18:28:27
MODESTUS, Publius Franc.
(Rimini, Bernardino Vitali, 1521) Folio. (27,9x18,0cm). [xii,216,20] ff. Modern half morocco. (title-page repaired; some (water-)stains; the woodcut depicting the Lion of St. Mark is missing (page repaired), a few pages damaged (a few letters text loss, due to moulding?); with old (pencil) annotations (both on plants and the on Venetias itself); lacking the last ten leaves of part II) With the second part, which was not always incorporated (see Brunet): P.F. Modesti Ad Claudiam Francorum reginam sylvarum liber unus; but LACKING Inter Vidum Rangonum et Ugonem Pepulum duellum. Curious copy: LATIN - ENGLISH HERBAL GLOSSARY in the margin of the first ca. 100 leaves: a 17th century hand has written latin names of 416 (!) plants and herbs, with the english translation underneath in a well legible hand. The damage to the pages is probably due to storing plant leaves and/or herbs between the pages. Some 16th-century annotations and scores in the first 20 leaves. Most renowned and most poetic work of Modestus. Modelled after the Aeneid, the history of Venice - from its mythical foundation to the War of the Holy League - is told in twelve books in Latin hexameters (Pattini, Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, Vol.75). First book ever printed in Rimini. "It is said to contain anecdotes which displeased some noble Venetian family and the work was therefore suppressed." Renouard finds this supposed ban doubtful. (Ellis, Catalogue of rare books 1728, p. 36; Brunet III.6) "Quelques bibliographies, entre autres Peignot, ont prétendu que ce poëme, devenu excessivement rare, avait été supp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-01-31 15:55:41
LAW, HOLY ROMAN EMPIRE - ALBERT OF BRANDENBURG, Archbishop and Elector of Mainz
Mainz: Johann Sch�ffer, 1521. Mainz: Johann Schöffer, 1521. Bound with: Undergerichts ordnung des Ertzstiffts Meyntz. Mainz: Johann Schöffer, 23 May 1534. 2 vols. in one, small folio (278 x 193 mm). 1) [23] leaves (of 24, final blank removed). Woodcut title border composed of ten blocks. incorporating whimsical scenes, ornamental borders, and at bottom the arms of the Archbishop-Elector Albrecht of Brandenburg, gothic types, two typographic(?) Fraktur initials. Bound at end is a leaf with a one-page contemporary manuscript commentary (wider than the text block and folding). Title-leaf rehinged, slightly darkened, and with effaced marginal inscriptions, initial on A2r hidden in gutter, initial on A2v shaved, quire E with a couple of small corner repairs. 2) 35 leaves (of 36, final blank removed). Large woodcut white-on-black pointillé opening initial, Fraktur initials throughout. Marginal dampstaining, last quire on a guard. Early 20th-century pastepaper over boards, manuscript spine label. *** first edition of the judicial statutes of the Electorate of Mainz, the largest ecclesiastical province of Germany and one of the most prestigious and powerful states of the Holy Roman Empire; bound with the First Edition of the statutes of the lower court of the Mainz Prince-Bishopric (or Erzstift). The archbishops under the Holy Roman Empire wielded secular as well as pastoral power. Part of the Emperor's program of consolidation of the far-flung empire was the codification and standardization of provincial laws. Both these procedural codes explicitly adopted the ius commune (gemei … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Musinsky Rare Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2019-01-31 12:13:43
Tite Live
Venise: 1521. T. Livii Patavini Historiarum Ab Urbe Condita Libri Primi Epitome. Venetiis In Aedibus Aldi, Et Andrea Soceri, Mense Martio. M. D. XXI. Aldus. (170 x 110 mm). Deux parties en un volume, Titre, 1-57p, 1-310p, colophon. Cachet de l'éditeur Alde en début et en fin d'ouvrage. Gloses marginales (manuscrites) d'époque dans le texte. Reliure d'époque portant quelques habiles restaurations, plein veau, dos à nerfs, plats estampés à froid, lacets de fermeture, tranches mouchetées. In 8. Bon État. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: napo12 [Paris, FR]
2019-01-31 12:13:43
LIVY, Titus
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]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-01-30 00:56:52
[ALDINE PRESS] CICERO, M. Tullius (106-43)
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresani, 1521. Aldine 8vo (161 x 94 mm; 63/8 x 33/4 in.). Collation: aa-bb^8 a-ss^8 tt^4. 3- and 4-line printed guide letters. 18th-century red roan-backed marbled boards, smooth spine gilt-lettered and -ruled, all edges gilt. Some rubbing to joints and extremities, lower margin of ss8 renewed, an occasional pale foxmark, but generally very clean and crisp. Provenance: contemporary ownership signature "Francici de Reiry" on title, and with occasional ink marginalia expounding on the text; Thomas Fleming, Jr. (bookplate, May 1841 acquisition note on verso of front free endpaper). Item #403156 Second Aldine edition. The letters of Cicero to Atticus, Brutus and his brother Quintus. Aldus had intended to publish all the surviving works of Cicero, starting in 1502 with the Epistolae familiares. The first Aldine edition was printed in 1513. Adams C-1909; Renouard 93,15.
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-01-30 00:56:31
Apuleius
Venedig, Aldus / Andreas Torresanus, 1521. 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", … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck (Einzelkaufmann) [Germany]
2019-01-21 09:08:38
PÉPIN (Guillaume)
Intérieur du volume en excellent état. À signaler seulement 2 feuillets maculés d'encre ancienne, sans atteinte à la lecture du texte. Petite marginalia sur un feuillet. Traces de manipulation à la reliure, avec 5 petits percements, dos déboîté, coiffes élimées, traces d'imprimés de réemploi sur les contreplats. PÉPIN (Guillaume) : Rosarium aureum mysticu(m) nuper editum per... Fratrem Guillermium Pepin : reformati conventus... Item aliud parvum Rosarium ab eodem editum, continens Sermones septem, intitulatum "Salutate Mariam". Paris, Jean Petit, 17 avril 1521, in-8 gothique (103 x 163 mm, 340 gr.), 280 feuillets signés : à8, a8-z8, &8, n8, ?!, #!, A8-G8 - Reliure de l'époque vélin souple brun, traces de lacets, dos à nerfs. Intérieur du volume en excellent état. À signaler seulement 2 feuillets maculés d'encre ancienne, sans atteinte à la lecture du texte. Petite marginalia sur un feuillet. Traces de manipulation à la reliure, avec 5 petits percements, dos déboîté, coiffes élimées, traces d'imprimés de réemploi sur les contreplats. Titre imprimé en rouge et noir, avec la marque de l'imprimeur (à l'enseigne du lys) gravée sur bois. Lettrines et matériel typographique attribués à Jean Cornillau. Seconde édition, la première fut donnée par Claude Chevallon l'année précédente. Le prédicateur Guillaume Pépin naquit à Évreux au milieu du XV°s., et y mourut en 1533. Admis chez les Frères Prêcheurs de la congrégation réformée de Hollande, il fut licencié en théologie en 1500, sera prieur du couvent d'Évreux de 1504 à 1506, puis se consacra à la prédication. À propos du présent ros … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Devaux livres anciens [Moulins-sur-Allier, FR]
2019-01-21 09:08:38
CARPENTARIUS (Alexander)
voir descriptif. CARPENTARIUS (Alexander). Destructorium viciorum. Paris, Gilles de Gourmont, s.d. [au colophon] : novembre 1521. In-folio, 251 feuillets dont une belle page de titre avec le marque typographique de Gilles de Gourmont et le collophon au dernier. Maroquin brun à gros grain estampé à froid, bordure à décor de palmettes, décor à compartiments avec fers de formes variées, petites armoiries au centre, dos orné, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (Girard relieur à Angers). Les petites armoiries au centre des plats sont celles de la famille Du Plessis Villoutreys. TRÈS RARE ÉDITION de ce traité sur les vices de la société, dénonçant particulièrement les abus et les excès de l'Église. « Ces dialogues, qui ont été fort goûtés au moyen âge, sont des espèces d'apologues en prose, offrant chacun un sens moral » (Brunet). L'ouvrage a également été édité sous le titre de Dialogus creaturarum. Fort populaire en son temps, le Destructiorum viciorum fut composé en 1429 par Alexander Carpenter, écrivain anglais qui vécut au XVe siècle et dont on sait peu de choses aujourd'hui. C'est le seul texte connu de ce lettré et pas moins de six éditions se sont succédées entre 1480 et 1521. Les neuf premiers chapitres traitent de la gourmandise, ce qui vaut à l'ouvrage d'être cité par Simon, Bibliotheca bacchica, n°113. Édition partagée entre quatre libraires parisiens comme l'indique le colophon, c'est-à-dire Jacques Ferrebouc, Jean Petit, Gilles de Gourmont et François Regnault, très élégamment typographiée en lettres gothiques, à deux colonnes, et ornée de nombreuses … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE BERTRAN [Rouen, FR]
2019-01-20 00:36:16
1521. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Sibilla, Bartolomeo (Sybilla, Sibylla). 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. XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen bei www.trixum.de Diese Auktion wurde mit TRIXUM.DE erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-01-19 20:24:05
DI CASTRO PAOLO.
impensis nobilium mercatorum Lugdunensium, 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.
Bookseller: Benacense [IT]
2019-01-09 18:23:07
Plutarque
Plutarchi Cheronei Plutarque Aemilii Probi illustrium virorum vitae Josse Bade Vie des hommes illustres Paris 1521 Rare impression parisienne de Nicolas des Préz avec ses initiales et à la marque de Gilles de Gourmont, in folio dans sa reliure estampée de l'époque. Paris 1514 -1521 Plutarchi Cheronei Plutarque Aemilii Probi illustrium virorum vitae Josse Bade Nicolas des Prez Vie des hommes illustres Paris 1521 1 volume in folio reliure de 34,5 x 22,5 cm, feuillets de 21,5 x 33,5 cm de 18 feuillets non chiffrés, 393 feuillets chiffrés I-CCCXCIII, 1 fblanc non chiffré. Reliure de l'époque en veau estampé sur ais de bois. palettes décoratives encore bien franche. Restaurations au dos quelques auréoles claires sur les premiers et derniers feuillets , quelques trous de vers dans le dernier plat. Le corps d'ouvrage reste sain et le papier a conservé une belle sonorité. Epitre de Josse Bade daté de décembre 1514, importantes tables 18 feuillets , 393 feuillets pour le texte avec de nombreuses lettrines à fonds criblés. Au colophon "Finis in calcographia Nicolai de Pratis idibus Iunii MCXXI" Cette réédition ou contrefaçon de l'edition de Josse Bade donnée en 1514 a été donnée par Nicolas des Prés en juin 1521. Renouard nous informe qu'elle a été partagée entre Bernard Aubry, Pierre Gaudoul et Jean Petit. mais il n'a jamais vu cette page de titre, et ce semble bien le plus rare. Nous avons donc ici un quatrieme libraire non répertorié qui a mis en vente cette édition, Gilles de Gourmont avec sa marque repertorié N°381.par Renouard Les exemplaire à la marque de Gourmont semblent d'u … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL [Charly, FR]
2018-12-23 08:36:27
Unknown
Half-leather binding with lable on the spine. Marbled endpapers.Clean interior. Complete. THIS IS PRIVATE COLLECTION SALE!!! Le véritable dragon rouge, où il est traité de l'art de commander les esprits infernaux, aériens et terrestres, faire apparaître les morts, lire dans les astres ... plus La poule noire, édition augmentée des secrets de la reine Cléopatre ... Publisher: 1521 (but probably Paris : Imp. de V. Goupy, (1873). Description: 108 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm. Book in French. This is very rare 19 century edition of famous grimoire of black magic. One of the most important books of magic and demonology. Original half-leather binding with marbled boards and lable on the spine. Marbled endpapers. Clean interior. Excellent condition!!! Complete. COMPLETE !!! VERY GOOD + CONDITION !!! RARE! Shipping: Registered Mail - FREE GRIMOIRE - OCCULT - MAGIC - DEMONOLOGY - SPELLS - DEVIL - DEMONS - EXORCISMS - WITCHCRAFT - DEMONS.
Bookseller: czart6 [Poland, PL]
2018-12-19 07:59:07
Polybius (Polybium-Polybii)
Florence / Venice?: Aldo Manuzio. Polibio - Polybii Historiarum Libri V - 1521 As shown in the photos, beautiful and rare original Aldine (known as first press) entitled "Polybii - Historiarum Libri Quinque In Latiam Conversi Linguam, Nicolao Perotto Interprete" Published in Venice (Venetiis) by Aldo and Andrea in-laws (Aedibus Aldi et Andreae Soceri) in March of 1521. In 8vo, (15.3 x 10.2 cm), marbled half leather cover with beautiful gold titles on the spine, perfectly legible (see photos), sheets numbered from 69 to 310, with the complete Storie by Polybius. Authentic very rare Aldine, part four of Tito Livio "Ex XIIII T. Livii Decadibus. Prima, Tertia, Quarta, in qua praeter fragmenta III, & X libri, quae in Germania nuper reperta [...]" (it starts from sheet 69 because bibliographically it is a part of the 4th volume of Manutius's Tito Livio) and it is very rare to find it by itself with its own title page (see last photo with the chronological series of the Aldines). Renouard p. 90 no. 3 mentions: Esemplare Tirato A Parte Per Essere Venduto Da Solo. In good condition, missing the last sheet with the Aldine anchor and the bottom outer corner of the last present sheet with the bookplate, without loss of text. Horizontal tear at the bottom also on the penultimate page (see photo, also without any loss of text), tiny defect on the outer corners of 1/2 sheets, as shown in the photos, and minuscule woodworm traces, which, far from the text, do not affect the reading (see photos). An excellent - and very rare - first print Aldine. Our photographs form an important part of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ts920526 [Blackburn, GB]
2018-12-18 18:31:03
(Book of Hours)
Paris: Gilles Hardouyn pour Germain Hardouyn, [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 imita … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2018-12-18 17:17:01
Template | Trixum Beschreibung Sibilla, Bartolomeo (Sybilla, Sibylla). 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. XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen bei www.trixum.de Diese Auktion wurde mit TRIXUM.DE erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2018-12-17 21:23:48
BERNARD OF GORDON.
Sixth edition (the first five are all incunables) of the Practica or Lilium medicinae, the principal work of one of the medical luminaries of the Middle Ages, Bernard of Gordon (c.1258-1318) of Scottish descent but born in France, a professor at Montpellier from 1283 to 1307. He spent his entire teaching career at Montpellier and contributed greatly to the university's fame as the outstanding medical school in Europe. He completed the Lilium in 1305. In the Dark Ages (476-1000), European medicine was entirely in the hands of the Jewish and Arabian physicians when the founding of the medical school at Salerno in the eleventh century began to breathe new life into medicine. The Lilium preserves the Arabic tradition, but also contains much original material, and is one of the works which laid the foundations of medical literature in the fourteenth century, from the schools of Montpellier, Paris, Bologna and Padua. It contains, inter alia, the first description of a modern truss, the first mention of spectacles (oculus berellinus), and the suggestion that muscles move due to a mechanical action of the nerves. Modern studies have been made of Bernard's treatises on epilepsy, marasmus, smallpox, and urology. The Lilium was translated in the Middle Ages into French, German, Hebrew, Irish, French and Spanish, but never into English, although Bernard is mentioned in the prologue to Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Demaitre says of Bernard (p. 169): "It would be difficult to find a more worthy representatives of Montpellier's claim to fame, of the academic tradition, and of the medical … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2018-12-15 23:01:36
Unknown
Half-leather binding with lable on the spine. Marbled endpapers.Clean interior. Complete. THIS IS PRIVATE COLLECTION SALE!!! Le véritable dragon rouge, où il est traité de l'art de commander les esprits infernaux, aériens et terrestres, faire apparaître les morts, lire dans les astres ... plus La poule noire, édition augmentée des secrets de la reine Cléopatre ... Publisher: 1521 (but probably Paris : Imp. de V. Goupy, (1873). Description: 108 pages : illustrations ; 16 cm. Book in French. This is very rare 19 century edition of famous grimoire of black magic. One of the most important books of magic and demonology. Original half-leather binding with marbled boards and lable on the spine. Marbled endpapers. Clean interior. Excellent condition!!! Complete. COMPLETE !!! VERY GOOD + CONDITION !!! RARE! Shipping: Registered Mail - FREE GRIMOIRE - OCCULT - MAGIC - DEMONOLOGY - SPELLS - DEVIL - DEMONS - EXORCISMS - WITCHCRAFT - DEMONS.
Bookseller: czart6 [Poland, PL]
2018-12-11 09:06:47
LÓPEZ DE ZUÑIGA (Diego).
(à la fin:) Impressum Romae in Campo Florae per Marcellum Silber al's Franck, 1521. in-4. 20ff. Plein vélin ancien. Edition Originale. Première description imprimée d'un itinéraire en Espagne, contenant la relation détaillée du voyage entrepris par l'auteur de Tolède à Rome où il partit enseigner le grec. Après avoir embarqué à Cartagena pour se rendre à Ibiza puis débarquer à Barcelone, l'auteur raconte son voyage et énumère les localités traversées, avec pour chacune une courte notice: Rosas, Peralada, Le Boulou, Perpignan, Château-Roussillon, Salses, Narbonne, le fleuve de l'Aude, Béziers, le fleuve de l'Orb, Montpellier, Lunel, Arles, Salon, la plaine de la Crau, Aix-en-Provence, Fréjus, Antibes, Nice, le fleuve du Var, La Turbie, Monaco, Villefranche-sur-mer, Menton, Vintimille, le fleuve de la Roya, San Remo, Albenga, le fleuve de la Merula, Finale Ligure, Noli, Savone, Gênes, Sarzana, Lucques, Florence, Siena, Bolsena, Montefiascone, Viterbo, le Monte Cimino, Ronciglione et finalement Rome. Le théologien Diego López de Zuñiga (mort à Naples en 1531) fut l'un des principaux controversistes espagnols d'Erasme, contre lequel il publia divers ouvrages, la plupart imprimés à Rome. Ce précieux volume qui constitue le premier voyage en Espagne imprimé, n'a été précédé que par des manuscrits publiés postérieurement (cf. Foulché-Delbosc). Il est d'une grande rareté et nous n'avons pu en localiser qu'une poignée d'exemplaires à travers le monde. Rousseurs et quelques taches, bon état. Foulché-Delbosc, Bibliographie des Voyages en Espagne et en Portugal, 19. [Attributes: First … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-12-04 00:09:12
Cicero
Cicero: Opera philosophica, Opera epistolica Published: Paris, Badius, Petit 1521/22 Size: Folio 34 x 22.5 cm Condition: Blindstamped leather over wooden boards. 6 ll., 176 numbered ll.; 11 ll., 181 numbered leaves. Binding with wear, please compare photos of front and back cover. First title page loose, first and last leaves with slight staining and some wear. Other leaves clean and well preserved. Few old text annotations. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer Combined Shipping - For combined shipping ----> Add all items to cart before purchase !!!
Bookseller: print-forum [Berlin, DE]
2018-12-01 01:32:31
Apuleius
Aldus / Andreas Torresanus, 1521. ...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. - (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 i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck [Germany]
2018-11-29 00:01:37
Sallustius Gaius Crispus
Venice Aldo Manuzio's heirs and Andrea Torresano January 1521. 8° (160x98 mm). Collation: a-t8. [8], 142, [2] leaves. Complete with fol. t7 blank. Italic and roman type. Woodcut Aldine devices on the title-page and verso of the last leaf, in two variants. Blank spaces for capitals, with printed guide letters. Fine contemporary dark brown Venetian morocco over pasteboards. Covers within a border of multiple blind fillets, one in gilt. At the centre lacework tool in gilt, one small gilt-tooled ivy-leaf at each corner. Holes for a pair of ties to the fore edge. Spine with three raised bands, underlined by blind fillets. Darkened edges. Trace of a small round paper label on the spine, with the inked number '303'. Corners and board edges slightly worn, minor loss to the extremities. A very good copy, title-page lightly soiled and spotted. Some foxing, tiny wormholes to the blank upper margin of a few leaves, without any loss. On the front pastedown the pencilled price notice '£ 5-50'.Provenance: ownership inscription barely legible on the front pastedown, dated 1663 ('[?]aria Fabritius duodecim et semis 1663 Paris.'); Edward Herbert Viscount Clive, 2nd Earl of Powis (1785-1848; ex-libris on the front pastedown; his sale, Sotheby's, 22 Mar. 1923, lot 492); Bernard Quaritch (Catalogue of a most important Collection of Publications of the Aldine Press, 1494-1595, London 1929). The rare second Aldine edition of Sallustius' works, first issued by Aldus Manutius in April 1509 and offered here in a handsome contemporary binding. The 1521 publication includes Aldus' original dedic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-11-26 07:51:16
VITRUVIUS, Marcus Pollio
Como, Gottardo da Ponte for Agostino Gallo and Aloisio Pirovano 15 July 1521. Folio (396 x 269 mm.), Collation: [?8]; A-Z8; 192 leaves. Roman type, a few words in Greek, text with commentary surround. Privileges from Pope Leo X and Francois I on verso of title, errata and editors' note at end (Z8r). 117 woodcuts (including one small repeated cut), of which 10 full-page, printer's large woodcut swan device on title, smaller device on Z7v, large historiated and foliated white-on-black woodcut initials, small foliated initials. Binding: early 17 century Italian plain boards, manuscript title at foot of spine. Provenance: Charles Otway Esq. of Romden, Kent (ex libris). A pale waterstain in the upper margin, first and last leaf reinforced in the gutter a few restorations in the white margins, overall a good copy. First edition in Italian and first edition in any modern language of one of the finest illustrated books of the Italian Renaissance. ?This handbook on classical architecture 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 archeological research in Italy and Greece. By exemplifying the principles of classical architecture it became the fundamental architectural textbook for centuries. Vitruvius, who lived during the time of Julius Caesar and Augustus, and probably composed his book prior to 27 BC, was basically a theoretical rather than a practising architect and his only known work is the Basilica at Fano. . His influence on practica … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2018-11-21 23:20:06
Silvestro Mazzolini da Prierio. [With Foreward and Afterword by Martin Luther]
Valentin Curio, Basel, 1521. Quarto, 180 x 140 x 2 mm. A-B4,C6; [14] ff. Modern plain wrappers of thick 18th-century paper; some wear to extremities. Interior: Sound. Luther attacks the primacy of the Pope, being his refutation Prierias's 1519 "De juridica et irrefragabili veritate Romanae" that had been used in the trail against Luther. It is not without interest that Curio has employed a historiated woodcut initial ["P"] depicting a scene of two children inflicting WATERBOARDING torture on a baby strapped into a rocking cradle. Prierias's work is here published in its entirety by the Swiss supporter of the nascent Reformation, Valentin Curio. It is noteworthy that Curio adds Luther's own "Letter to the Reader," a remarkable argument against the claims that follow, namely that the Pope was the infallible judge of all controversies, the head of all that is spiritual and secular, the head of the Church, and ultimately of the whole universe. Not surprisingly, Luther rails against such "blasphemy." "Now he had to proclaim the state of emergency. In his response to Prierias, published in June, 1520 'for the information of all Christians,' he warned of the god-awful consequences that would arise from Rome's suppression of the Gospel. His every word vibrates with fear and trembling before this gaping threat of the final perversion of all order and virtue. No later Protestant will ever be able to imagine the full intensity of Luther's anguish: 'So farewell, ill-fated, doomed, blasphemous Rome; the wrath of God has come over you.'" (SOURCE: H.A. Oberman, Luther: Man Between God and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Michael Laird Rare Books LLC [Lockhart, TX, U.S.A.]
2018-11-18 08:13:32
Clark Ashton Smith
Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529). When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Sonnet [ aka Duality ] by Clark Ashton Smith (Typed, Hand-corrected) Signed 1915Authors: Clark Ashton SmithPublisher: Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529)Edition: First EditionFeatures: Signed by the Author. A one-page typed poem manuscript with hand corrections in pencil and ink, with erased corrections too. Typed date at page top (in different type than the poem) 6-3-1915.Book Condition: Near Fine: Moderate edge wear and a few dust-rubs to edges, old fold creases.Notes: Also titled "Duality" or "The Garden of Evil" ??SCX0530-1 Topic Fantasy Publisher Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529) Binding Softcover Author Clark Ashton Smith.
Bookseller: Heartwood Books (pulp2515) [Fort Lauderdale, US]
2018-11-18 08:13:31
Clark Ashton Smith
To Omar by Clark Ashton Smith (Original TLS, Hand-Corrected) Signed Presentation to Samuel Loveman LovemanPoetry 1920 SignedAuthors: Clark Ashton SmithPublisher: Johannes Froben (1521) & Andreas Cratander (1529)Edition: First EditionFeatures: Signed by the Author and inscribed "For Samuel Loveman". A two-page typed poem manuscript with hand corrections. Typed date heads first page "Jan. 20 1920" (in different type than the poem). Samuel Loveman was american poet who was close friends with H.P Lovecraft who wrote a poem to him "To Samuel Loveman, Esquire, on His Poetry and Drama, Writ in the Elizabethan Style" (Dowdell's Bearcat, Dec 1915). He was also friends with Ambrose Bierce who introduced him to George Sterling and thru that relationship became friends with Clark Ashton Simth.Book Condition: Near Fine: Slightly tanned edges with minor edge wear, and original fold creases. A staple to top corner of first page.SCX0528-1. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Heartwood Books [Fort Lauderdale, US]
2018-11-18 01:55:10
Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens (Tertullian, c.155-240 A.D.); Rhenanus, Beatus (1485-1547)
Basel: Basel: apud Johann Froben, 1521. 1st Edition . Full leather. Very Good. Holbein, Ambrose; Holbein, Hans (the Younger). FIRST EDITION; folio; [28],615ff.[ie.1230pp],[i], [68]pp. In twentieth century red morocco with gilt lettering direct to spine. Small hole at foot of title and neat inner marginal repair slightly impinging on lower edges of woodcut border, early marginal inscription to foot of title crossed through in an early hand, a few early marginal ink annotations, occasional unobtrusive soiling and staining but overall an attractive, complete copy of this post-incunabula. With large woodcut title-border by Ambrose Holbein, 1 full-page woodcut border and 1 full-page metalcut border by Jacob Faber after designs by Hans Holbein the Younger, numerous woodcut initials and 2 large woodcut printer's devices. An attractive example of the first edition of Rhenanus' Works of Tertullian, produced at the suggestion of his friend Erasmus, beautifully printed by Johann Froben at Basel. "The typographical execution of the volume is worthy of the press from which it issued. It is a book of uncommon occurence; and, as an editio princeps, should have a place in all libraries of any critical pretension." (Dibdin). USTC 679658, citing 35 institutional copies (of which only 5 are in the UK and 1 in the US).
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [United Kingdom]
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2018-11-09 02:11:30
Gregory (Saint, the Great)
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 seventeenth-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 h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
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2018-11-03 09:01:23
ALDINE PRESS - CICERO, M. Tullius (106-43 BCE)
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresani, 1521. Aldine 8vo (161 x 94 mm; 63/8 x 33/4 in.). Collation: aa-bb^8 a-ss^8 tt^4. 3- and 4-line printed guide letters. 18th-century red roan-backed marbled boards, smooth spine gilt-lettered and -ruled, all edges gilt. Some rubbing to joints and extremities, lower margin of ss8 renewed, an occasional pale foxmark, but generally very clean and crisp. Provenance: contemporary ownership signature "Francici de Reiry" on title, and with occasional ink marginalia expounding on the text; Thomas Fleming, Jr. (bookplate, May 1841 acquisition note on verso of front free endpaper). Second Aldine edition. The letters of Cicero to Atticus, Brutus and his brother Quintus. Aldus had intended to publish all the surviving works of Cicero, starting in 1502 with the Epistolae familiares. The first Aldine edition was printed in 1513. Adams C-1909; Renouard 93,15.
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2018-10-31 06:07:59
Erasmus Desiderius
Basel Johann Froben March 1521. Four parts in one volume, 8° (168x114 mm). Collation: a-z8, aa-mm8; nn-tt8; A-L8, M10; N-Q8, R10. 473 of [474] leaves, lacking the last blank leaf. Roman and italic type. Each title within a fine woodcut border; the first, second and third border also including Froben's printer's device. Woodcut section borders on fols. a6v, l7r, t7v, dd7v, gg7r, ii6r, ll3v, nn5r, ss3v, tt5r, and A5r. Larger printer's devices on fols. mm8v, M10v, and R9v, with some variants. Numerous woodcut animated initials in different sizes, mostly on black ground, the initial on fol. a2r on ten line, with the inscription 'DIOGENES. ARISTIPPVS'; woodcut headpieces. Contemporary wallet-style German binding, blind tooled pigskin over pasteboards, the lower cover overlapping the upper one. Covers within border of fillets and foliate roll, central spaces filled with floral and foliate tools. Spine with three raised bands, underlined by multiple fillets. Compartments decorated with floral motifs, trace of early inked title on the first one. Head-edge darkened. Metal attachments missing, a small hole to the upper cover. A very fine copy, with strong impression of the woodcut borders. A few paper flaws, loss to the blank outer lower corner of fol. nn1, not affecting the woodcut border. A few contemporary marginalia, and reading marks. Pencilled bibliographical notes on the recto of the front flyleaf; on the front pastedown, the inked note '88-76-5'.Provenance: John Jermain Slocum, the famous Joyce collector, and Joyce co-bibliographer (1914-1997; pencilled note on the recto of t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-30 08:29:47
Nicolò Degli Agostini, Boiardo Matteo Maria
Venice, Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo di Paolo, 21 March 1521. Four works in one volume, 4° (205x148 mm). I. Collation: A-Z8, e8, cum8, rum8, AA8, BB10. [226] leaves. Roman, gothic and italic type. Title-page printed in red and in black. Woodcut printer's device on fol. BB10r. Four full-page woodcuts, on the title-page, and fols. A2v, N3v, and cum8r. II. Collation: AAA8, AA-DD8, EE6. [46] leaves. Complete with the final blank. Roman, gothic and italic type. Woodcut printer's device on fol. EE5v. Woodcut decorated initial on black ground on fol. AAA1r. III. Collation: A-K8, L6. [86] leaves. Complete with the final blank. Roman, gothic, and italic type. Woodcut printer's device on fol. L5r. Large woodcut on the title-page signed by Zoan Andrea, depicting the Roman hero Marcus Curtius. IV. Collation: A-K4. [40] leaves. Complete with the final blank. Roman, gothic, and italic type. Full-page woodcut on the title-page, signed by Zoan Andrea, showing a mounted rider accompanied by his standard bearer on foot; five small woodcut illustrations in the text are part of the standard chivalric iconography, depicting a banquet (fol. D2v), a different banquet (fol. E4r, repeated on fol. H2r), a ship landing (fol. G1r), and a group of warriors (fol. I2v). A contemporary handMhas added annotations to all vignettes but the first: 'cons mii' (fol. E4r), 'vita della nina mia' (fol. G1r), 'speranza méa' (fol. H2r), 'ai me son morto' (fol. I2v). Eighteenth-century Italian vellum, over pasteboards. Smooth spine with gilt title on hazel morocco lettering-piece, speckled edges. An exceptionally well … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-27 01:19:17
ZANGAKI, Georgios and Constantinos.
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.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-10-20 03:13:18
William Howitt
Tait's Edinburgh Magazine, 1835. Condition: Very Good. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: CosmoBooks2013 [Shrewsbury, GB]
2018-10-16 07:37:54
HESYCHIUS Alexandrinus
Anshelm Thomas, 1521. in-folio, ff. (1 per il tit.), colonne 776, ff. (1 per il colophon e la grande impresa tipogr.), leg. del tempo in p. pelle screziata con tracce di filetto oro sui piatti, dorso a nervi abilmente rifatto con tit. e fregi oro. Terza edizione (la seconda è dei Giunta 1520) di questa classica opera che segue filologicamente la prima stampata nel 1514 da Aldo, del quale è riportata al verso del titolo la lettera-dedicatoria, in car. romano, al nobiluomo e letterato mantovano Gian Giacomo Bardellone, che gli aveva procurato il manoscritto. Il testo, completamente in carattere greco, impresso su due colonne numerate in basso con cifre arabe, è curato dal cretese Marco Musuro, che si servì del manoscritto del Bardellone, unico conservato (oggi nella Bibl. Marciana di Venzia). Di quest'edizione si hanno esemplari con la variante del titolo su undici linee e la dedica al verso in car. italico (cfr. Adams H-508). L'opera di Esichio di Alessandria (vissuto probabilmente nel V sec. d.C.) è il più ampio dei lessici greci che l'antichità ci abbia tramandato ed è ''prezioso per le citazioni di antichi autori e per le numerose glosse dialettali'' (cfr. Encicl. Treccani XIV, p. 326). Bell'esempl. (con lievi ingialliture della carta qua e là ed ex-libris ms. sul tit.).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
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