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2019-07-28 07:33:44
Luther, Martin
Augsburg: Silvan Otmar, 1522. Preached on the 25th of July, 1522, Luther's sermon on James the Greater, or James, the son of Zebedee, was addressed to those taking the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostella in Galicia. James, called the Greater to distinguish him from James the Less (or the Just, in the Western Church), is the patron saint of Spaniards, and the pilgrimage to his tomb is known as Camino de Santiago or The Way of St. James. It was one of the most important pilgrimages a medieval Christian could undertake, and one through which a plenary indulgence could be earned. The present work is either a second edition or a second issue of a first edition. With an attractive four-part historiated woodcut title border by Urs Graf illustrating Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and their symbols. Quarto, 186 x 146 x 5 mm (binding), 181 x 1142 x 1 mm (text block). A6. A6 blank and present. Interior: Light damp-staining, fore-edge of title cut close, some underlining and marginalia (trimmed) passim. VD16 L6603; Benzing 1414; BM/STC German, p. 568. cf. Stickelberger-Folger, 238a and b (border)
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2019-07-25 17:44:37
Bible
Argentorati: Ioannem Knoblochum, 1522. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Johann Knobloch was a relatively unknown German printer who, in 1522, published a Latin edition of the Bible. This edition appeared in multiple volumes - this volume is the second volume and consists of the books of Joshua, Judges and Kings. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-07-23 21:20:19
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
1522. "Carta tolemaica incentrata sulle antiche provincie romane della Rezia, Norico, Pannonia e Illiria, lungo la costa adriatica. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un'edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1525, del ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis"". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione." Ptolemaic map of the Roman Empire's provinces of Raetia, Noricum, Illyria, Noricum. From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 21:10:33
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
"Importante mappa della Sardegna e della Sicilia. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un'edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1525, del ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis"". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione." Important early map of Sardinia and Sicily. From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:41:24
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
1522. Carta delle isole tratta dalla seconda edizione del 1525 della Geographia, curata da Laurent Fries, Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Mathematicorum principis , Opus Geographiae noviter castigatum e emaculatum additionibus raris et invisis, necnon cum tabularum in dorso iucunda explanatione. La mappa deriva da quella ideata dal Waldseemuller, rispetto alla quale risulta una riduzione. L'esemplare presenta il titolo in alto racchiuso in un cartiglio, ed al verso delle meravigliose cornici rinascimentali, tipiche della sola edizione del 1525. L'edizione del 1522 è firmata dal medico e astronomo tedesco Laurent Fries (1490ca-1532ca), allievo del Waldseemüller che, dopo la morte del maestro, nel 1518, ne pubblicò e corresse quasi tutti i lavori. Essa conteneva cinquanta carte: 27 tolemaiche e 23 moderne. La stampa e l'incisione sono a cura di Johann Grieninger, abile incisore del legno operante allora a Strasburgo. La tavola VII d'Europa di questa edizione è un chiaro rifacimento della omonima carta del Germanico inserita nell'edizione di Ulma del 1482. Il titolo della carta è inserito in un nastro svolazzante posto esternamente al disegno. L'orografia è segnata per mezzo di mucchi di talpa disposti in catene e colorati in marron (l'Etna con fiamme che fuoriescono); i fiumi sono a doppia linea, colorati internamente in blu; le coste sono caratterizzate da numerosi golfi a cipolla leggermente tratteggiati lungo la parte esterna. Silografia a proiezione trapezoidale, piccoli restauri alla piega centrale, e nel cartiglio in alto, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Ni … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:41:24
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
"Bell'esemplare dell'edizione 1525 della mappa di Fries di Italia e Corsica. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un'edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1525, del ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis"". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, piccoli restauri alla piega centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione." Nice example of the 1525 edition of Lorenz Fries map of Italy and Corsica, one of the earliest obtainable maps of Italy. First published in Strasbourg by Johannes Gruninger in 1522, Fries map is based upon Waldseemuller's map of 1513. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, small repairs at the middle fold, otherwise excellent condition.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 17:41:24
Laurent FRIES (1490-1532)
Nel 1522 Fries produsse un'edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall'edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Laurent Fries published in 1522 a new edition of the Geographia, with new maps drawn by Waldseemuller, re-engraved in a smaller size. The work is made of 50 maps; 27 derive from Ptolemy, 20 are the so called "modern ones" and 3 depict the South-East of Asia, China and Japan, and a sea chart of the New World. The first edition of Fries' Geographia was bitterly criticized for its text; for that reason, the publisher Gruninger hired for the translation Willibald Pirckheimer who used Johannes Regiomontanus' notes; Johann Huttich supervised the whole project. The text, on verso on each map, was enriched with beautiful and decorative woodcut drawings, ascribed to Albrecht Durer who absolutely took a part in the realization of the armillary sphere. After just three years, in 1525, a new edition of the Geographia was issued, the forth and the last in Strasbourg. Nonetheless, notwithstanding the editorial effort, Pirckheimer was not satisfied with the result and encouraged Gruninger to burn the blocks. Once both Fries and Gruninger had died, the blocks were … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-21 08:39:00
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo, 1522. Importante mappa della regione tra il Golfo Persico e il Mar Caspio, che si estende dall'Armenia e dalla Mesopotamia verso est. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Important early map of the region between the Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea, extending from Armenia and Mesopotamia eastward. From Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition. 410 550mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-21 08:39:00
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo. Importante mappa della penisola Iberica. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Important early map of Iberian Peninsula From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition. 550 415mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-21 08:39:00
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo. Importante mappa della Sardegna e della Sicilia. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Important early map of Sardinia and Sicily. From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition. 555 410mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-19 14:26:11
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo, 1522. Carta tolemaica incentrata sulle antiche provincie romane della Rezia, Norico, Pannonia e Illiria, lungo la costa adriatica. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ptolemaic map of the Roman Empire's provinces of Raetia, Noricum, Illyria, Noricum. From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition. 545 410mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-19 13:59:07
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo, 1522. Carta tolemaica dell'antica regione della Sarmazia corrispondente all'attuale territorio di Ucraina e Russia. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ptolemaic map of the ancient Sarmatia region corresponding to the current territory of Ukraine and Russia. From 1525 Laurent Fries edition of Waldseemuller's Atlas, one of the most sought after of all editions of Ptolemy. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, in excellent condition. 560 415mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-19 10:12:40
Laurent FRIES
Strasburgo. Bell'esemplare dell'edizione 1525 della mappa di Fries di Italia e Corsica. Nel 1522 Fries produsse un’edizione della Geographia di Tolomeo, basata sulla versione di Strasburgo del 1513 di Martin Waldseemuller. Le carte furono rielaborate e ridotte nel formato, apportando lievi modifiche. Successivamente ristampata nel 1525, sempre a strasburgo, e nel 1535 a Lione e 1541 a Vienne, con modifiche nei titoli e nelle scritte al verso. Esemplare tratto dall’edizione del 1525, del "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis". Xilografia, finemente colorata a mano, piccoli restauri alla piega centrale, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Nice example of the 1525 edition of Lorenz Fries map of Italy and Corsica, one of the earliest obtainable maps of Italy. First published in Strasbourg by Johannes Gruninger in 1522, Fries map is based upon Waldseemuller's map of 1513. Woodcut, finely colored by hand, small repairs at the middle fold, otherwise excellent condition. 410 545mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-14 08:17:19
Herodianus
Florenza: Philippo di Giunta, 1522. Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Binding sound. Vellum boards a tiny bit warped as in they don't close tight Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling and stains Several pages exhibit heavy stains in the gutter. Overall for age good No torn pages Pages age toned Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-07-09 17:34:21
Bible
Argentorati: Ioannem Knoblochum, 1522. 1522 1st ed Biblia Sacra OT BIBLE Woodcuts Joshua Judges Kings German KnoblochJohann Knobloch was a relatively unknown German printer who, in 1522, published a Latin edition of the Bible. This edition appeared in multiple volumes - this volume is the second volume and consists of the books of Joshua, Judges and Kings.Item number: #7669Price: $950BibleBiblia Sacrae Scriptvrae [scripturae] ueteris [veteris]. 2, Prophetae Primi: Josue 6., Judicum 7., Regum pri. & sec. 8., Regum tert. & quar. 9Argentorati: Apud Ioannem Knoblochum, 1522. First edition.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso 185· References: USTC 616574; VD16 B 2886; not in Darlow & Moule· Language: Latin · Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~7in X 4.75in (17.5cm x 12cm)· VERY RAREOur 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!7669Photos available upon request.
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2019-07-09 13:11:51
SUTOR Pierre [COUSTURIER Pierre]
Paris: Jehan Petit, 1522. Fine. Jehan Petit, Paris 1522, Pet. in-4 (14x20cm), (7f.) (1f. bc.) CCCXXXVff. (3f.), relié. - First edition. Impression of Jean Parvi in Gothic round. Colophon: Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. MDXXII. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition princeps, très rare. Impression de Jean Parvi en gothique ronde. Page de titre dans un portique, avec la marque de l'éditeur Jean Petit sous le titre. Une lettrine criblée. Grand marque de l'éditeur au verso du dernier feuillet, le recto supportant le colophon. Une note manuscrite à l'encre sous le titre, avec la date de 1537. Un exemplaire à la British Library, 2 en Espagne (Universités de Madrid et de Salamanque), un à la Hesburgh Library, aux USA, rien dans les catalogues français. Colophon : Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. M.D.XXII. Reliure en pleine basane usagée du XVIIe. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre de basane brune. Coiffe de tête arrachée avec manque le long du mors inférieur. Dernier caisson volant, et coiffe de queue arrachée. 3 coins rognés et fortement émoussés. Cuir épidermé avec des estafilades. Une déchirure en page de titre, partant de la marge haute, sur 2,5cm. La foliotation passe de CLXXXVII à CLXXXIX sans manque. Deux feuillets CCC se font suite par erreur. CCCXXXI à CCCXXXIII sans manque. Intérieur frais. Pierre Sutor, pseudonyme de Pierre Couturier, fut un théologien français, docteur en Sorbonne puis Chatreux. Dans cet ouvrage sur les Chartreux, l'auteur réfute quelques dé … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2019-07-08 18:45:01
Bible
Ioannem Knoblochum. 1522 1st ed Biblia Sacra OT BIBLE Woodcuts Joshua Judges Kings German Knobloch Johann Knobloch was a relatively unknown German printer who, in 1522, published a Latin edition of the Bible. This edition appeared in multiple volumes this volume is the second volume and consists of the books of Joshua, Judges and Kings. Item number: #7669 Price: $950 Bible Biblia Sacrae Scriptvrae [scripturae] ueteris [veteris]. 2, Prophetae Primi: Josue 6., Judicum 7., Regum pri. & sec. 8., Regum tert. & quar. 9 Argentorati: Apud Ioannem Knoblochum, 1522. First edition. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages 185 References: USTC 616574; VD16 B 2886; not in Darlow & Moule Language: Latin Binding: Leather; tight & secure Size: ~7in X 4.75in (17.5cm x 12cm) VERY RARE 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! 7669 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-06-19 14:35:33
NANI,Dominici.-
Joannis Moylin als de Câbray,, En colofón: Lugdunis, 1522. 4º. CCCCXXIX--I hh. Plena piel con nervios, florones y tejuelo. Desconocido en las bibliografías consultadas. Muy buen ejemplar.Portada a dos tintas, con letra gótica a dos columnas. Rarísimo. Plena piel con nervios, florones y tejuelo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-06-06 08:11:55
BENIVIENI Girolamo
Con una Canzona (sic) dello Amor celeste & divino col Commento dello Ill. Conte Giovanni Pico Mirandolano, distinto in Libbri III. Et altre Frottole de diversi Auttori. per Nicolo Zoppino e Vincentio compagno, Venetia, adi XII de Aprile, 1522. In-16 p. (mm. 152x102), mz. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 208 cc.num. (mal numer. 302), compreso il bel frontespizio figurato, con scene di cavalieri a piedi e a cavallo, e le scritte: Fa che tu non faci a me quelo che tu non voi per Te (in alto) - Chi altri caza per se non possa (in basso). "Rarissima seconda edizione" (la prima di Giunta, 1519). Cfr. Sander,I,899 - Essling 2141 - Brunet,I, p. 773: Edition peu commune, encore assez recherche - Gamba,1068 (in nota): Leditore Biagio Bonaccorsi scrive che nelle stampe anteriori erano alcuni di questi componimenti imperfecti et ripieni di molti errori. Due volte si ristamparono in Venezia, Zoppino, 1522 e de Gregorii, 1524. Sono Egloghe, Canzoni, Sonetti, Laudi spirituali, Frottole e traduzioni delle Bucoliche di Mosco, di unElegia di Properzio, di alcuni Salmi di David, del "Dies irae", ecc. - Adams,I, p. 112.Il poeta fiorentino Girolamo Benivieni (1453-1542), seguace del Ficino, compose un poemetto allegorico latinizzante intitolato "Amore" ed espose la teoria dellamor divino del maestro in una canzone cui Pico della Mirandola appose un ampio commento. Divenuto fervente seguace del Savonarola, ripudi il passato, volse a significato religioso le sue poesie damore platonico-petrarchesche, e scrisse laudi e canzoni di viva ispirazione religiosa e a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi [Italy, Milano]
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2019-05-22 07:17:47
PETRARCA, Francesco.
(f.16 n.n in fine:) Impresso in Fiorenza, per le heredi di Filippo di Giunta l'anno MDXXII del mese di Luglio (Firenze 1522). In-8, ff. 180, (24), impresa silografica dei Giunti in fine al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Legatura dell'epoca in pelle bruna, i piatti decorati a secco da riquadri di filetti, ricca bordura e 3 arabeschi centrali, tagli blu. Frontespizio entro bordura architettonica, 6 legni ai Trionfi, già utilizzati nel 1515, impresa Giuntina in fine. Rarissima edizione in corsivo: la prima parte contiene il Canzoniere, che comprende un utile indice per incipit dei Sonetti, nonché l'inedita ballata "Donna mi viene spesso nella mente" che Petrarca in un primo tempo incluse nel Vaticano Lat.3195, autografo del Canzoniere per poi sostituirla con un madrigale.; la seconda i Trionfi, illustrati da 6 superbe figure a piena pag. In fine un fascicolo spesso mancante comprende la ''Canzone di messer Francesco Petrarcha trovata in un anticho libro'', con incipit: ''Quel ch'ha nostra natura in se più degno''. Bernardo Giunti la aggiunse, pur sostenendo che Petrarca "non avrebbe mai voluto ricordarsi d'averle composte". Esempl. marginoso, al frontesp. nota mss. di Pier Antonio dell'Ancisa autore de ''Le famiglie fiorentine illustrate con varie scritture'' (Per la genealogia di Dell'Ancisa vedi: ASF, Manoscritti 348, cc. 300r-305v). Al verso del titolo lunga nota ms. di Pierangelo Dell'Ancisa. Lievi aloni gialli marginali agli ultimi 5 quaderni. Ex libris 800esco ''Biblioteca Todaroana''. - Fondo Petrarchesco Trivulziana, p. 111: ''La distanza tra Bernardo Giunti e suo padre, Fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-05-02 06:34:16
1522. HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA HERODIAN Published by GUINTA, FLORENCE, 1522 BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2019-04-28 10:11:19
1522. ARISTOTLE [COMMENTARY BY JACQUES LEFEVRE D'ETAPLES (c. 1455- 1536)]. Decem libri ethicorum Aristotelis ad Nicomachum, ex traductione Ioannis Argyropili Byzantii : communi familiariq; Iacobi Fabri Stapulensis commentario elucidati, & singulorum capitum argumentis praenotati. Adiectus Leonardi Aretini de moribus Dialogus.. Paris: Vaenales habentur in officina Simonis Colinaei chalcographi, e regione scholae Decretorum, 1522. A gem of a book, published by Simon de Colines in 1522 and bound, most likely, in Milan between 1522-1525, while the French were occupying the city. The binding has characteristics shared by the Morgan Library copy 19117, and was perhaps bound by the same binder or his heirs. Note, for example, the arabesque lozenge which is blind stamped twice horizontally on the Morgan copy and compare with the lozenge gilt tooled twice vertically on this copy - the design is almost exactly the same, although the Morgan copy's stamp is slightly larger. Also, the double blind tooling of the fillets, and the quality of the leather seems to suggest an identical binder, or at least a close association with the Morgan's Jean Grolier copy. The only other arabesque lozenge design that I have found that is similar to the one in the copy offered here is 'Ad invictissimum' by Fausto Andrelini (1507) (Paris, BN, lat. 8393) of the Fontainebleau Library, which has the same lozenge design stamped vertically five times in a line, but these lozenges are of a slightly different ratio in terms of wide and height, and the binder may have either imported the tools from the Milanese w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books (npzinos) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-04-27 09:06:43
ODON
Paris: 1522. bon exemplaire,reliure plein vélin moderne, page de titre restaurée, mouillure très claire (très peu marquée) marge basse feuillets 89 à 100 et pliure centrale feuillets 3 à 9, 27 et 144 à 151. MACER FLORIDUS: Herbarum varias qui vis cognoscere vires: Huc macer adest: quo duce doctor eris. Paris, Pierre Baquelier (1522), petit in-8 (135x90mm), 158 feuillets + 3 feuillets table manuscrite, reliure moderne plein vélin avec au dos à l'encre l'inscription Robertus (sans doute une référence à Robert Buisson (Robertus Dumus). Tampons de la bibliothèque J. Richard D.M. Page de titre restaurée (voir photo), bois gravé page de titre: représente un scribe revêtu de la coiffe et de l'aumusse, assis devant un pupitre avec un chien à ses pieds, au dessous 3 devises en latin "sic utere tuo ut alieno non egeas ", "mors peccatorum pessima" et "cum bonis ambula". Cette marque et ces trois devises sont celles du libraire-éditeur Pierre BAQUELIER (Petrus Gratianopolitanus) actif à Paris de 1505 à 1522. Lettrines et 65 bois gravés dans le texte illustrant les 65 poèmes (hexamètres latins) imprimés en lettres gothiques dans un double encadrement, poèmes attribués à AEmilius Macer de Vérone, mais plus probablement composés au XIe siècle par Odon évêque de Meung (il a en effet laissé son nom sur un manuscrit du texte conservé à Dresde. L'édition princeps parut en Italie en 1477). Chaque poème est suivi d'un commentaire en prose de Guillaume Guéroult (Guillermus Gueroaldus). Dans le texte le numéro des feuillets et le nom des plantes sont ajoutés à l'encre (avec report sur la page en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jcb106 [Fourchambault, FR]
2019-04-25 07:06:11
Lucius Apuleius
1522. Ottimo esemplare, Legatura coeva. Seconda edizione che ripete l'edizione precedente del 1512, con correzioni e con l'aggiunta di passi greci dell'Apologia e del De dogmate Platonis. Latin Text. Firenze, 1522; bound, pp. 273, cm 10x16. italiano
Bookseller: Libro Co. Italia Srl [San Casciano Val di Pesa, FI, Italy]
2019-04-16 07:14:59
AUGUSTINUS, Aurelius (Saint).
Basileae ex officina nostra, pridie Calendas septembreis 1522 1Basileae, ex officina nostra, pridie Calendas septembreis, 1522. In-folio de (22)-787-(1) pp. (signatures : aa12, a-z6, A-Z6, Aa-Rr6, Ss-Tt8), sans le dernier feuillet blanc aa12, peau de truie estampé sur ais de bois, traces de fermoirs, dos à nerfs (reliure de l'époque). Première édition du commentaire de Juan Luis Vives sur la Cité de Dieu. L'humaniste espagnol fut convaincu d'éditer le grand ouvrage de saint Augustin par Erasme qui donne ici un Avis élogieux au lecteur. Vives dédia cette oeuvre à Henri VIII, sur proposition de Thomas More, dans le but d'obtenir le parrainage du roi. Le Commentaire de la Cité de Dieu fut condamné par les théologiens de Louvain en 1546 et par le Pape en 1559 ; il fut inscrit à l'index en 1584. Caractères romains ; manchettes en caractères italiques ; bandeaux et initiales gravés sur bois. 50 lignes par page, colophon mal daté 1512. Encadrements ornés gravés sur bois au titre et aux feuillets aa2r, a1r et Tt8v. Marque de Johann Froben au verso du dernier feuillet. Bordures et initiales d'après Hans Holbein et Urs Graf. Exemplaire comportant de nombreuses et fines galeries de vers tout au long de l'ouvrage dans le texte et dans les marges. Quelques accidents à la reliure. Vander Haeghen, Bibliotheca erasmiana, II, p. 11 ; Adams, A 2194.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2019-04-14 14:35:27
ARISTOTLE [COMMENTARY BY JACQUES LEFEVRE D'ETAPLES (c. 1455- 1536); [TRANSLATOR: JOHN ARGYROPOULOS (c. 1415-1487)] [ALSO WORK BY: LEONARDO BRUNI (c. 1370-1444)]
Vaenales habentur in officina Simonis Colinaei chalcographi, e regione scholae Decretorum, Paris. A gem of a book, published by Simon de Colines in 1522 and bound, mostly likely, in Milan between 1522-1525, while the French were occupying the city. The binding has characteristics shared by the Morgan Library copy 19117, and was perhaps bound by the same binder or his heirs. Note, for example, the arabesque lozenge which is blind stamped twice horitzontally on the Morgan copy and compare with the lozenge gilt tooled twice vertically on this copy - the design is almost exactly the same, although the Morgan copy's stamp is slightly larger. Also, the double blind tooling of the fillets, and the quality of the leather seems to suggest an identical binder, or at least at close association with the Morgan's Jean Grolier copy. The only other arabesque lozenge design that I hava found that is similar to the one in the copy offered here is 'Ad invictissimum' by Fausto Andrelini (1507) (Paris, BN, lat. 8393) of the Fontainebleau Library, which has the same lozenge design stamped vertically five times in a line, but these lozanges are of a slightly different ratio in terms of wide and height, and may have either imported the tools from the Milanese workshop or was inspired by the Milanese design. In any case, the Fontainebleay copy was bound in Paris by or under the direction of Simon Vostre. A date of 1522-1525 for our copy's binding also posits that the book was bound for a Frenchman stationed in Milan at the time of the occupation - his choice of reading material, a Parisian copy of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Zinos Books [St. Paul, MN, U.S.A.]
2019-04-05 19:35:21
Desiderius Erasmus
Basel: I. Frobenius, 1522. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents 1522 Erasmus' Greek New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is for YOUR CHOICE from the list below of ONE original leaf from the third published Erasmus' Greek New Testament, 1522. When at last Erasmus' Greek New Testament reached England, having passed from hand to hand, printer to binder to book dealer to courier to ship's captain and once again to book dealer, it set Cambridge University alight with an excitement not seen in England si … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2019-03-29 07:22:30
PERSIUS FLACCUS (Aulus).
(A la fin:) Lyon, Ioannis Remy, 1522, XXIII Octobre. in-4. 4ff. 100ff. chiffrés. Veau brun, dos à nerfs, décor à froid sur les plats (Reliure de l'époque restaurée, dos refait). Très rare édition lyonnaise des satires de Perse, donnée avec des commentaires par le grand humaniste et imprimeur flamand Josse Bade (1462-1535). Après avoir été professeur de grec à Lyon, Bade fonda une imprimerie à Paris et publia des éditions très estimées de classiques latins, qu'il commentait souvent lui-même. La préface de Bade est datée de Lyon, 6 Septembre 1522, mais ce n'est en fait qu'une reprise de l'édition qu'il avait donnée à Lyon en 1499 chez Nicolas Wolf. La supercherie visait sans doute à donner un caractère de nouveauté à cette édition pour la rendre plus attractive. Caractères gothiques, titre aux encres rouge et noire, dans un encadrement architectural gravé sur bois. Exemplaire comportant de nombreuses annotations manuscrites d'une main de l'époque. Sur les pages de garde, d'une écriture différente, figure à plusieurs reprises le nom d'un autre possesseur de l'époque: "François Alcoffe". Rousseurs, quelques taches marginales. Pas dans Adams. Pour la préface de Bade voir Renouard, III, pp.14-147.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-03-24 20:54:13
Herodianus
Florenza: Philippo di Giunta, 1522. Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Binding sound. Vellum boards a tiny bit warped as in they don't close tight Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling and stains Several pages exhibit heavy stains in the gutter. Overall for age good No torn pages Pages age toned Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-03-22 19:25:42
SUTOR Pierre [COUSTURIER Pierre]
- Jehan Petit, Paris 1522, Pet. in-4 (14x20cm), (7f.) (1f. bc.) CCCXXXVff. (3f.), relié. - Prima edizione Impressione di Jean Parvi in tondo gotico. Colophon: Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. MDXXII. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition princeps, très rare. Impression de Jean Parvi en gothique ronde. Page de titre dans un portique, avec la marque de l'éditeur Jean Petit sous le titre. Une lettrine criblée. Grand marque de l'éditeur au verso du dernier feuillet, le recto supportant le colophon. Une note manuscrite à l'encre sous le titre, avec la date de 1537. Un exemplaire à la British Library, 2 en Espagne (Universités de Madrid et de Salamanque), un à la Hesburgh Library, aux USA, rien dans les catalogues français. Colophon : Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. M.D.XXII. Reliure en pleine basane usagée du XVIIe. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre de basane brune. Coiffe de tête arrachée avec manque le long du mors inférieur. Dernier caisson volant, et coiffe de queue arrachée. 3 coins rognés et fortement émoussés. Cuir épidermé avec des estafilades. Une déchirure en page de titre, partant de la marge haute, sur 2,5cm. La foliotation passe de CLXXXVII à CLXXXIX sans manque. Deux feuillets CCC se font suite par erreur. CCCXXXI à CCCXXXIII sans manque. Intérieur frais. Pierre Sutor, pseudonyme de Pierre Couturier, fut un théologien français, docteur en Sorbonne puis Chatreux. Dans cet ouvrage sur les Chartreux, l'auteur réfute quelques détracteurs de la vie monastique, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2019-03-22 10:43:07
ODON
Paris: 1522. bon exemplaire,reliure plein vélin moderne, page de titre restaurée, mouillure très claire (très peu marquée) marge basse feuillets 89 à 100 et pliure centrale feuillets 3 à 9, 27 et 144 à 151. MACER FLORIDUS: Herbarum varias qui vis cognoscere vires: Huc macer adest: quo duce doctor eris. Paris, Pierre Baquelier (1522), petit in-8 (135x90mm), 158 feuillets + 3 feuillets table manuscrite, reliure moderne plein vélin avec au dos à l'encre l'inscription Robertus (sans doute une référence à Robert Buisson (Robertus Dumus). Tampons de la bibliothèque J. Richard D.M. Page de titre restaurée (voir photo), bois gravé page de titre: représente un scribe revêtu de la coiffe et de l'aumusse, assis devant un pupitre avec un chien à ses pieds, au dessous 3 devises en latin "sic utere tuo ut alieno non egeas ", "mors peccatorum pessima" et "cum bonis ambula". Cette marque et ces trois devises sont celles du libraire-éditeur Pierre BAQUELIER (Petrus Gratianopolitanus) actif à Paris de 1505 à 1522. Lettrines et 65 bois gravés dans le texte illustrant les 65 poèmes (hexamètres latins) imprimés en lettres gothiques dans un double encadrement, poèmes attribués à AEmilius Macer de Vérone, mais plus probablement composés au XIe siècle par Odon évêque de Meung (il a en effet laissé son nom sur un manuscrit du texte conservé à Dresde. L'édition princeps parut en Italie en 1477). Chaque poème est suivi d'un commentaire en prose de Guillaume Guéroult (Guillermus Gueroaldus). Dans le texte le numéro des feuillets et le nom des plantes sont ajoutés à l'encre (avec report sur la page en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jcb106 [Fourchambault, FR]
2019-03-21 00:56:45
1522. HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA HERODIAN Published by GUINTA, FLORENCE, 1522 BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2019-03-19 18:12:41
SAINT JEAN CHRYSOSTOMOS / HOMELIES UND KOMMENTARE III & IV STEIN GROMORS 1522 Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. [POST-INKUNABLE - THEOLOGIE - ORTHODOXE KIRCHE] - Jean CHRYSOSTOME (Heiliger) 344/349 bis 407 Johannes Chrysostomos, zwischen 344 und 349 in Antiochia geboren und starb 407 in der Nähe von Comana, war Erzbischof von Konstantinopel und einer der Väter der griechischen Kirche. Seine Beredsamkeit ist der Ursprung seines Spitznamens "Chrysostom" (in antiken griechischen Chrysostomos, wörtlich "Golden Mouth"). Seine Strenge und sein reformatorischer Eifer führten ihn zum Exil und zum Tod. Es ist ein Heilige und ARZT De dieKatholische Kirche, orthodoxe Kirche und koptische Kirche, am 13. September im Westen und am 30. Januar im Osten gefeiert. - sehr selten und kostbare Ausgabe! Das hier verkaufte Buch enthält Tomes III und IV der Ausgabe der Werke des heiligen Johannes Chrysostomus, gebunden in einem Band (Predigten, Briefe und verschiedene Kommentare) - Tomus Tertius. Continet Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Konstantinopolitanischer Kommentar in Joannis Evangelia; Homilias videlicet. LXXXVII. Francisco Aretino interpretiert. 150 Blätter (auf der ersten Seite nummeriert, insgesamt 300 Seiten) Fertig zum Drucken auf der letzten Seite: 28. April 1522 Titel in schön graviertem Holzrahmen Initialen verziert, auf Holz graviert Im Zusammenhang mit - Tomus quartus. Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Constantinopolitani de laudibus Pauli Homilias, VIII. In Epistolam ad Titus Homilias VI interp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-03-18 21:16:46
1522. Condition: Very good. [POST-INCUNABLE - THEOLOGY - ORTHODOX CHURCH] - Jean CHRYSOSTOME (Saint) 344/349-to 407 John Chrysostom, born in Antioch between 344 and 349, and died in 407 near Comana, was Archbishop of Constantinople and one of the Fathers of the Greek Church. His eloquence is at the origin of his nickname "Chrysostom" (in ancient Greek chrysostomos, literally "Golden Mouth"). His rigor and his reforming zeal led him to exile and death. It is a saint and one Docteur of L 'Catholic Church, Orthodox Church and Coptic Church, celebrated on September 13 in the West and January 30 in the East. - very rare and precious edition! The book sold here includes Tomes III and IV of the edition of the works of St John Chrysostom, bound in a single volume (Homilies, letters and various comments) - Tomus tertius. Continet Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Constantinopolitani commentary in Joannis Evangelia; Homilias videlicet. LXXXVII. Francisco Aretino interprets. 150 sheets (numbered on the first page, totaling 300pp) Completed to print on the last page: April 28, 1522 Title in beautiful engraved wood frame Initials decorated, engraved on wood Connected with - Tomus quartus. Continet Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Constantinopolitani de laudibus Pauli Homilias, VIII, interpreter incerto. In Epistolam ad Titus Homilias VI, Ambrosio Calmadulensi interpreted. In Epistolam ad Philemonem Homilias, III, Ambrosio Camald interpreter. In Epistola ad Hebreos Homilias, XXXIIII, mutiano scolastico interpreted. In Epistolam ad Timotheum Homilias, XVIII interpreter incerto. In Epistolam ad Tim … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-03-16 22:33:24
Fries, Lorenz
1522. The rare, first edition of the first printed map of Southeast Asia and a landmark in the cartographical representation of the area. Condition: Worm holes repaired, otherwise in good condition, with centre fold as issued. Size : 320mm x 460mm (12.8" x 18.4") Fries's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia, published Strasbourg 1522 by Joannes Gruninger, included for the first time this new modern map of Southeast Asia. The geography is based on Waldseemuller's 1507 cordiform world map, which in turn was derived from the Henricus Martellus Germanus's model. The map's nomenclature is derived principally from the scribed accounts of Marco Polo's return from China in 1292. Fries's principal islands as shown on the map are: Java Major is Java, Fries has mapped it solely from textual references rather than any known cartographic prototype. He quotes Polo 'its compass is 3,000 miles'. Peutam is Bintan and shown larger, as Polo offered no estimate of the islands size and it was also recorded in the 13th century treatise of the geographer Ibn Sa'id. Java Minor is Sumatra and Fries places it directly below Bintan. Polo stated '100 miles south-east of Bintan lies the island of Lesser Java'. Sumatra Fries provides a more correctly complete reconstruction of Polo's Sumatra than had previously been shown. Necuveran is the Nicobar group which lies north-west of Sumatra's northern tip. Angama is the Andaman group which Polo had described as a single island rather than a group. Seylam is Fries's Ceylon, positioned incorrectly from his placement of Andaman to the south of Nicobar (rather than t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antique Print & Map Room [Ultimo, NSW, Australia]
2019-03-13 06:41:40
1522. [POST-INCUNABLE - THEOLOGIE - EGLISE ORTHODOXE] - Jean CHRYSOSTOME (Saint) 344/349-vers 407 Jean Chrysostome, né à Antioche entre 344 et 349, et mort en 407 près de Comana, a été archevêque de Constantinople et l'un des Pères de l'Église grecque. Son éloquence est à l'origine de son surnom de « Chrysostome » (en grec ancien chrysóstomos, littéralement « Bouche d'or »). Sa rigueur et son zèle réformateur l'ont conduit à l'exil et à la mort. C'est un saint et un docteur de l'Église catholique, de l'Église orthodoxe et de l'Église copte, fêté le 13 septembre en Occident et le 30 janvier en Orient. - Très Rare et précieuse édition ! L'ouvrage vendu ici comprend les Tomes III et IV de l'édition des Oeuvres de St Jean Chrysostome, reliés en un seul volume (Homélies, lettres et commentaires divers) - Tomus tertius. Continet Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Constantinopolitani commentarium in Joannis Evangelia ; Homilias videlicet. LXXXVII. Francisco Aretino interprete. 150 feuillets (numérotés sur la première page, soit 300pp. au total) Achevé d'imprimer en dernière page : 28 Avril 1522 Titre dans bel encadrement bois gravé Initiales ornée, gravées sur bois Relié avec - Tomus quartus. Continet Joannis Chrysostomi episcopi Constantinopolitani de laudibus Pauli Homilias, VIII, incerto interprete. In Epistolam ad Titus Homilias VI, Ambrosio Calmadulensi interprete. In Epistolam ad Philemonem Homilias, III, Ambrosio Camald interprete. In Epistola ad Hebreos Homilias, XXXIIII, mutiano scolastico interprete. In Epistolam i ad Timotheum Homilias, XVIII incerto interprete. In Epistolam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-03-11 15:39:45
Desiderius Erasmus
Basel: I. Frobenius, 1522. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents 1522 Erasmus' Greek New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is for YOUR CHOICE from the list below of ONE original leaf from the third published Erasmus' Greek New Testament, 1522, DM4599. When at last Erasmus' Greek New Testament reached England, having passed from hand to hand, printer to binder to book dealer to courier to ship's captain and once again to book dealer, it set Cambridge University alight with an excitement not seen in En … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2019-03-08 07:41:29
Merlin, Jacques, Jean Petit Badius Josse u. a
V[a]enundantur cum reliquis Joanni Paruo : Jodoco Badio : Et Conr, 1522. Condition: Sehr gut. Artikeldetails Tertius et quartus tomi operum Origenis Adamantii, quorum tertius complectitur, post apologiam explicanda. Merlin, Jacques, Jean Petit Badius Josse u. a.: Band 3 und 4 in einem Buch V[a]enundantur cum reliquis Joanni Paruo : Jodoco Badio : Et Conrado Resch, 1522 (Kolophon Band 4 : In aedibus Ascensianis Ad Idus Iul. M.D.XXII). 214 + 175 Seiten Je Band ein Inhaltsverzeichnis, Zuneigungsepistel und "Apologia pro Origene" (8 Seiten am Anfang v. Band 3) von Jacques Merlin, Band 3 mit sw/roter Titelseite mit Bild und Zierrand , Band 4 mit sw. Titelseite mit Bild und Zierrand Ledereinband, 5 Bünde, 34x24 cm, aufwendig geprägte Deckel mit floralem Muster, Buchnägel im hinteren Deckel, holzgeschnitzte Initiale, am Schnitt angebrachtes Fingerregister Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 23624 Bemerkungen: Ledereinband berieben, Schließen fehlen, Rücken auf einer Seite repariert, Leder angeplatzt auf der anderen Seite, Block vA in erster Hälfte etwas wellig___ vorderer Deckel und ca ersten 50 Seiten etwas wurmstichig, abnehmend nach innen___ Vorderfalz repariert (Foto)____vereinzelt Anmerkungen mit Feder am Rand____Stempel auf Titel d. 3. Bandes___Bindung an einer Stelle in Bnd. 4 gelockert, jedoch alle Seiten fest___Innen sonst sehr gut erhalten____an einer Seite kirzer Riss an Fingerregister____EUR 2.579,87 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Weitere Abbildungen Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Buch_Regal_Wiesbaden [Mainz, DE]
2019-03-01 15:59:40
Benivieni, Girolamo
Nicolò Zoppino and Vincenzo comrades, Venezia, 1522. 8vo. 208pp. Some light, minor foxing to some pages, but otherwise in very good conditions. Bound full vellum. Speckled edges. "Very rare second edition" (the first is by Giunta, 1519). of this collection of poetic compositions important for the evolution of Italian poetry of the sixteenth century. Benivieni belonged to a family of supporters of Savonarola and Marsilio Ficino. It was in particular very close to Giovanni Pico della Mirandola, of which some compositions are inserted at the end of this edition. Gamba, 1068 (in note):" The publisher Biagio Bonaccorsi writes, that in the previous prints there were some of these imperfecti compositions et filled with many errors. Twice they were reprinted in Venice, Zoppino, 1522 and de 'Gregorii, 1524. They are Eglogues, Songs, Sonnets, Spiritual Laudi, Frottole and translations of the Bucolic of Mosco, of an elegy of Propertius, of some Psalms of David, of the " Dies irae", "Girolamo Benivieni, Florentine poet (1453-1542). Ficino's follower, he composed a latinizing allegorical poem entitled "Amore" and he exposed the theory of the divine love of the master in a song which Pico della Mirandola posted a large commentary on. Becoming a fervent follower of Savonarola, he repudiated the past, turned his Platonic-Petrarchian love poems to religious significance, and wrote laudi and songs of religious and ascetic inspiration (Treccani). As stated by Dionisotti, this edition is based on the previous Florentine but in the dedicatory it is emphasized that the work, badly printed in Flo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2019-02-25 21:56:14
SUTOR
Paris: 1522. SUTOR Pierre [COUSTURIER Pierre] - Habes pie lector D. Petri Sutoris doctoris theologi, professione Cartusiani librum SUTOR Pierre [COUSTURIER Pierre] Habes pie lector D. Petri Sutoris doctoris theologi, professione Cartusiani librum Jehan Petit, Paris 1522, Pet. in-4 (14x20cm), (7f.) (1f. bc.) CCCXXXVff. (3f.), relié. Edition princeps, très rare. Impression de Jean Parvi en gothique ronde. Page de titre dans un portique, avec la marque de l'éditeur Jean Petit sous le titre. Une lettrine criblée. Grand marque de l'éditeur au verso du dernier feuillet, le recto supportant le colophon. Une note manuscrite à l'encre sous le titre, avec la date de 1537. Un exemplaire à la British Library, 2 en Espagne (Universités de Madrid et de Salamanque), un à la Hesburgh Library, aux USA, rien dans les catalogues français.Colophon : Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. M.D.XXII.Reliure en pleine basane usagée du XVIIe. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre de basane brune. Coiffe de tête arrachée avec manque le long du mors inférieur. Dernier caisson volant, et coiffe de queue arrachée. 3 coins rognés et fortement émoussés. Cuir épidermé avec des estafilades. Une déchirure en page de titre, partant de la marge haute, sur 2,5cm. La foliotation passe de CLXXXVII à CLXXXIX sans manque. Deux feuillets CCC se font suite par erreur. CCCXXXI à CCCXXXIII sans manque. Intérieur frais.Pierre Sutor, pseudonyme de Pierre Couturier, fut un théologien français, docteur en Sorbonne puis Chatreux. Dans cet ouvrage sur les Chartreux, l'auteur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-02-24 07:26:33
Desiderius Erasmus
Basel: I. Frobenius, 1522. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents 1522 Erasmus' Greek New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offer is for YOUR CHOICE from the list below of ONE original leaf from the third published Erasmus' Greek New Testament, 1522. When at last Erasmus' Greek New Testament reached England, having passed from hand to hand, printer to binder to book dealer to courier to ship's captain and once again to book dealer, it set Cambridge University alight with an excitement not seen in England si … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, US]
2019-02-22 08:30:22
SUTOR Pierre [COUSTURIER Pierre]
- Jehan Petit, Paris 1522, Pet. in-4 (14x20cm), (7f.) (1f. bc.) CCCXXXVff. (3f.), relié. - Edition princeps, très rare. Impression de Jean Parvi en gothique ronde. Page de titre dans un portique, avec la marque de l'éditeur Jean Petit sous le titre. Une lettrine criblée. Grand marque de l'éditeur au verso du dernier feuillet, le recto supportant le colophon. Une note manuscrite à l'encre sous le titre, avec la date de 1537. Un exemplaire à la British Library, 2 en Espagne (Universités de Madrid et de Salamanque), un à la Hesburgh Library, aux USA, rien dans les catalogues français. Colophon : Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. M.D.XXII. Reliure en pleine basane usagée du XVIIe. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Pièce de titre de basane brune. Coiffe de tête arrachée avec manque le long du mors inférieur. Dernier caisson volant, et coiffe de queue arrachée. 3 coins rognés et fortement émoussés. Cuir épidermé avec des estafilades. Une déchirure en page de titre, partant de la marge haute, sur 2,5cm. La foliotation passe de CLXXXVII à CLXXXIX sans manque. Deux feuillets CCC se font suite par erreur. CCCXXXI à CCCXXXIII sans manque. Intérieur frais. Pierre Sutor, pseudonyme de Pierre Couturier, fut un théologien français, docteur en Sorbonne puis Chatreux. Dans cet ouvrage sur les Chartreux, l'auteur réfute quelques détracteurs de la vie monastique, et particulièrement de celle des chartreux. Dans le 1er livre, il fait l'apologie de son ordre ; dans le 2e, il parle des occupations des chartreux et de l'excellence de leurs exercices spir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-02-22 06:23:33
Herodianus
Florenza: Philippo di Giunta, 1522. Herodianus Historia Dello Imperio dopo Marco Tradotta in lingua toscana & con diligentia Stampata Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf [3], 109, 3 leaves including penultimate blank Small 8vo, old vellum First edition in Italian translated by Antonio Francini (1480-1537) who was a Greek and Latin Scholar 1522. Florenza - Philippo di Giunta Giunti Press Herodian's history of Rome comprises a collection of 8 books covering period from death of Marcus Aurelius to Reign of Gordian the third's in 238. Condition Boards firmly attached A sound copy including the genuine blank at N7 Binding sound. Vellum boards a tiny bit warped as in they don't close tight Gift inscription as pictured - presentation from 1880 Not ex library Moderate external wear Scattered Foxing and soiling and stains Several pages exhibit heavy stains in the gutter. Overall for age good No torn pages Pages age toned Citation: Pettas,217: Adams H392; BM STC Italian 326. Giunti Press First appearing in the Catasto of 1427, the Giunti were a well-established family in Florence. In 1437, the Giunti patriarch matriculated into the wool guild and became a small scale wool merchant in Florence. The first indication of the Giunti's involvement in the book trade was the establishment of a stationary business by Lucantonio, one of the younger Giunti brothers, in Venice In keeping with the Florentine tradition, this younger son had been sent to Venice to pursue trade. His partnership with his older brother Filippo in 1491 constitutes the the first recorded entrance of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-02-18 08:08:26
ODON
bon exemplaire,reliure plein vélin moderne, page de titre restaurée, mouillure très claire (très peu marquée) marge basse feuillets 89 à 100 et pliure centrale feuillets 3 à 9, 27 et 144 à 151. MACER FLORIDUS: Herbarum varias qui vis cognoscere vires: Huc macer adest: quo duce doctor eris. Paris, Pierre Baquelier (1522), petit in-8 (135x90mm), 158 feuillets + 3 feuillets table manuscrite, reliure moderne plein vélin avec au dos à l'encre l'inscription Robertus (sans doute une référence à Robert Buisson (Robertus Dumus). Tampons de la bibliothèque J. Richard D.M. Page de titre restaurée (voir photo), bois gravé page de titre: représente un scribe revêtu de la coiffe et de l'aumusse, assis devant un pupitre avec un chien à ses pieds, au dessous 3 devises en latin "sic utere tuo ut alieno non egeas ", "mors peccatorum pessima" et "cum bonis ambula". Cette marque et ces trois devises sont celles du libraire-éditeur Pierre BAQUELIER (Petrus Gratianopolitanus) actif à Paris de 1505 à 1522. Lettrines et 65 bois gravés dans le texte illustrant les 65 poèmes (hexamètres latins) imprimés en lettres gothiques dans un double encadrement, poèmes attribués à AEmilius Macer de Vérone, mais plus probablement composés au XIe siècle par Odon évêque de Meung (il a en effet laissé son nom sur un manuscrit du texte conservé à Dresde. L'édition princeps parut en Italie en 1477). Chaque poème est suivi d'un commentaire en prose de Guillaume Guéroult (Guillermus Gueroaldus). Dans le texte le numéro des feuillets et le nom des plantes sont ajoutés à l'encre (avec report sur la page en regard, en m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: jcb106 [Fourchambault, FR]
2019-02-15 22:24:06
Aldine Imprint) Justinus, Marcus Julianus; Aemilius Probus
In Aedibvs Alsi et Andreae Asvlani Soceri, Venice, 1522. 12mo. 204 leaves. Contemporary vellum, ink name on spine. Anchor and dolphin device on title page and last leaf. Contemporary ownership name at base of title page. Engraved bookplate of Alfred Petit on the front pastedown. A very good copy in a contemporary binding with only light wear. Housed in a leather backed clamshell case. Justin's work covers the Hellenistic age and gives valuable information on such figures as Philip of Macedon and Lysimachus of Thrace. The second work is a collection of lives of Greek leaders of the 5th and 4th centuries B.C. by Cornelius Nepos, here called Aemilius Probus. Dibdin says that this edition was rare even in his day. In Latin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Thorn Books, ABAA [Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.]
2019-02-15 07:25:30
Pierre SUTOR, Pierre COUSTURIER
First edition. Impression of Jean Parvi in Gothic round.Colophon: Parissis sumptibus honesti viri Ioannis Parvi via Iacobea sub lilio aureo co morantis. MDXXII. Jehan Petit Paris 1522 Pet. in-4 (14x20cm) (7f.) (1f. bc.) CCCXXXVff. (3f.) relié
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2019-02-15 06:15:38
HISTORIA D'HERODIANO DELLO IMPERIO DOPO MARCO TRADOTTA IN LINGUA TOSCANA & CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATA HERODIAN Published by GUINTA, FLORENCE, 1522 BOOK DESCRIPTION: HERODIAN'S HISTORY OF ROME, EIGHT BOOK COLLECTION IN ONE; HISTORICAL FIRST PERSON ACCOUNT FROM THE DEATH OF MARCUS AURELIUS IN 180 A.D. TO THE BEGINNING OF GORDIAN III'S REIGN IN 238. A RARE GLIMPSE INTO A TUMULTUOUS AND DIVERSE PERIOD OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE. [3]. 109, [3] LEAVES. LACKING 1 (BLANK?) LEAF AT FRONT. WOODCUT PRINTER'S DEVICE ON TITLE PAGE AND VERSO OF FINAL LEAF. SIZE/DIMENSIONS: (8VO)/14 x 9.2 CM. (5 1/2 x 3 1/2") EARLY FULL VELLUM, SPINE LETTERED IN AN EARLY HAND. BOOK CONDITION: VERY GOOD; SOME WEAR AND SOILING TO VELLUM, SOME WORMING IN COVERS, SMALL HOLE IN VELLUM ON SPINE; TITLE PAGE WITH SOME EDGE WEAR; EARLY INK NOTES IN MARGINS. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: lachambredambre [Crockett, California, US]
2019-02-07 19:56:25
Quintilian
Bernardino Viani July, 1522. title within bold woodcut border, commentary surrounding text, title-page and first few leaves with a heavy stain in the lower part, this diminishing to slight and variable throughout, outer corners repaired, some worming at the beginning with slight loss to the woodcut border, and touching letters in the first few leaves of text, 77. [iv], CLXXIII, folio, contemporary Venetian calf, wide blind roll tooled borders on sides, two central panels on the upper cover, the superior one bearing vestiges of an inscription, the lower cover with one inner panel with further roll tooled borders and a central saltire, cloth ties, rebacked somewhat crudely, preserving however the original spine, head of spine defective, early inscription at foot of title-page recording ownership in Urbino, later indistinct stamp on title. A nice Venetian binding, with ties, but somewhat crudely treated when rebacked. The inscription on the upper cover was perhaps not made directly onto the leather, since a lightness of tone of same suggests that there may have been a paper label on top, through which the inscription seeped - borne out by the fact that some letters are beyond the boundary of the panel, but within the lighter area. We can make out Quintilianii as the headline, but the rest is not clear: it was however formal and fairly grand. Bought from Heck, Vienna, in 1958 for 380 Austrian Shillings. (CNCE 38523)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-02-07 17:49:49
BON ETAT. Grégoire de Nazianze THEOLOGI, EPISCOPI NAZANZE NI OPERA, E GRAECO SERMONE IN LATINUM VERSAQUORUM CATALOGUM. 1522 IN 12, velin d'époque, 253 feuillets, belles lettrines. Ex libris. RARE Grégoire de Nazianze ou « de Naziance », dit « le Jeune », ou encore Grégoire le Théologien, né en 329 en Cappadoce et mort en 390 , est un théologien et un docteur de l'église. Il fait partie avec Basile de Césarée et Grégoire de Nysse des « Pères cappadociens ».
Bookseller: pedebas123 [Montpellier, FR]
2019-02-04 14:34:38
Marci Valerii [Martial Valère] Epigrammata Epigrammes Lyon 1522 grands bois dans sa première reliure, Marci Valerii Lyon 1522 DE nombreux grands bois illustrent ce texte, dans sa première reliure cuir sur cartons estampé de fers monastiques. MARTIAL (Valère). EPIGRAM[MATA]... LYON, ROMAIN MORIN, Au colophon Jean Moylin et de Cambray achevé le 4 avril 1522. Un volume, in-4 gothique, (25,5 x 18 cm) de (14) feuillets non chiffrés., 181 feuillets., (3) feuillets non chiffrés. le dernier blanc, manchettes, importante glose a 60 lignes par pages le texte étant quant à lui à 40 lignes par pages mais bien plus généralement de quelques lignes insérées dans la glose. Pleine reliure de l'époque en peau estampée de décors monastiques. Quelques commentaires humanistiques finement manuscrits dans quelques marges, deux ex-libris discrets manuscrits sur la page de titre, traces de mouillure marginale, en haut à droite des 36 premiers feuillets, petite galerie de vers marginale jusqu'au feuillet 30. Quelques salissures tache au folio 7. Nonobstant papier sain Solide reliure du temps, elle est estampée à froid de larges fers monastiques formant double losange central, avec une forte guirlande en encadrement des plats le dos d'origine est simplement décoré de filets à froids en entrenerfs. La reliure est entièrement d'origine et d'époque, seules les coins et les coiffes de tête et de pied ont subi une restauration d'entretien dans les règles de l'art, lacets de cuir renouvelés. (Atelier de reliure Franck Michel Grenoble) Parfaitement conforme à Baudrier, bibliographie lyonnaise V, 368-369. Éd … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Charly, FR]
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