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2018-01-05 12:08:53
VITRUVIUS (Vitruvio). -
Firenze, Giunta, 1522. In-8 piccolo (16,7 x 10 cm.). Legatura coeva in pelle con cornici e decorazioni impresse a secco sui piatti e sul dorso; dorso abilmente rifatto, angoli restaurati e piccole mende alle estremità. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio e in fine, e 139 interessanti illustrazioni incise in legno n.t., alcune a piena pagina. 192, 24, (20) ff.; pochi fogli lievemente ingialliti o arrossati; antica nota di possesso sulla sguardia anteriore; buon esemplare marginoso e ben rilegato. Nel 1513 Filippo Giunta pubblicò la prima edizione tascabile della celebre opera. Questa seconda edizione giuntina contiene le stesse illustrazioni, mentre il testo è stato ricomposto e gli errori corretti. Il commento al testo vitruviano è di fra Giocondo da Verona (1433-1515), umanista ed architetto assai apprezzato che nel 1513 sostituì Bramante nei lavori di San Pietro a Roma. Segue l'importante trattato del Frontino sugli acquedotti di Roma nel primo secolo d.C. (24 ff.). Camerini, I Giunti di Firenze, 172. Cicognara 699. Berlin Kat. 1800. Sander 7697. Fowler 396. In 1513 Giunta published the first pocket edition of Vitruvius. This second edition has the same illustrations but the text has been recomposed and corrected. The commentary is by the Dominican friar Giocondo da Verona "one of the most distinguished architectural theorists and practitioners of his time" (Millard, p.492). The book also contains the important treatise on Roman aqueducts by Frontinus (24 ff.), which "constitutes the only ancient Roman confirmation of Vitruvius' existence" (Millard, p.487). Printer's dev … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2018-01-04 09:09:11
FABER JOANNES (RUNCINUS)
S.n. (Lyon, Jacques Sacon), 1522. Cm 40,5, cc. 157 (15). Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Testo in carattere semi-gotico, bei capilettera xilogafici. Affascinante legatura coeva in piena pergamena ricavata da antico codice tardo-medievale con dorso a 4 nervi. Minime mende alla legatura, traccia di due antiche etichette di possesso al frontespizio (che presenta una brunitura marginale, un rinforzo e mancanze nella parte alta), aloni sparsi perlopiù e marginali (più evidenti nelle carte iniziali e finali), sporadiche macchiette, segni di tarlo limitati al margine bianco di alcune carte. Esemplare più che discreto alla luce dell'alta epoca. Jean Faure (1275ca.-1340), detto Joannes Roncinus, fu giureconsulto francese di considerevole fama ed autorità. Dedicatosi ben presto all'opera d'attualizzazione del diritto romano, scrisse questo celebre commento alle Istituzioni giustinianee e un Breviarium al Codex . Tiraqueau, du Moulin e Boerius lo definirono rispettivamente "vir apud nos maxime autoritatis", "subtilissimus et consumatissimus juris doctor" e "summum Franciae Consuetudinarium" (cfr. Taisand, Les vies des plus celebres jurisconsultes, ed. 1737, pp. 181-82); in definitiva Faber va inserito a pieno titolo fra gli eredi della grande tradizione degli Ultramontani. Oltre che creatore di dottrina fu, così riportano le antiche biografie, impegnato come giudice e, notizia su cui peraltro sussistono dubbi, come cancelliere di Francia. L'opera appare fondata sulle dottrine di Azzone, Dino del Mugello, Guido da Baisio, Innocenzo IV, Enrico da Susa (ed ovviamente Jacobus de Ravanis) e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-12-30 09:33:31
NA R AL-D N AL-T S .
Persia, Safavid: dated 929 AH/1522-23 AD. A fine early sixteenth-century manuscript of al-T s 's recension of Euclid's Elements. This, together with his commentary on Ptolemy's Almagest, is al-T s 's most important work. The first printed edition of Euclid (Venice, 1482) was a Latin translation by Campanus of Novara (1220-96) based upon al-T s 's version. Probably written in 1248, the earliest extant manuscript of al-T s 's version of Euclid is dated 1258 (held by the British Library - see Stocks & Baker, p. 374); the first printed edition did not appear for a further seven decades after the present manuscript (Rome, 1594). Na r al-D n Ab Ja'far Mu ammad ibn Mu ammad ibn al- asan al-T s (1201-74 AD) was one of the greatest Islamic scholars in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, geometry and theology. "Al-T s 's influence, especially in eastern Islam, was immense. Probably, if we take all fields into account, he was more responsible for the revival of the Islamic sciences than any other individual. His bringing together so many competent scholars and scientists at Mar gha resulted not only in the revival of mathematics and astronomy but also in the renewal of Islamic philosophy and even theology. Al-T s 's works were for centuries authoritative in many fields of Islamic learning; ... and his mathematical studies affected all later Islamic mathematics ... In the West al-T s is known almost entirely as an astronomer and mathematician whose significance, at least in these fields, is becoming increasingly evident" (DSB). T s 's recension exists in two versions: one in 13 books … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2017-12-24 16:05:57
Herodianus:
(Florenz, Filippo di Giunta, 1522. - 4, 109, 3 Bll. Mit 2 wdh.Druckermarken in Holzschnitt. 8°. Etwas späterer Pergamentband mit Rückentitel. Adams A 392. Frühe Ausgabe dieser Geschichte des Kaisertums nach Marcus, welche die sechs Jahrzehnte vom Tode Marc Aurels (180) bis zu Gordian (238), in attizistisch-rhetorischem Stil der Zeit beschreibt. Der Quellenwert ist überschaubar. Sehr schön gedruckte Ausgabe, Titel- und letztes Blatt etwas fingerfleckig, sonst tadellos. Buch
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Donhofer e.U. [Austria]
2017-12-20 04:12:59
Exlibris - -
Um 1522. Kolorierter Holzschnitt. 156 x 100 mm (mit dem w. Rand). Warnecke 425; nicht bei Leiningen-Westerburg. - Johannes Eck (Johann Mayr von Eck, Schwaben; 1486-1543) war katholischer Theologe und apostolischer Nuntius in Ingolstadt. Anfänglich Luther gegenüber wohlwollend, nach der Veröffentlichung der Thesen erbitterter Gegner, überzeugt Leo. X. den Bann auszusprechen. Luther nannte ihn "Doktor Sau" und "das Schwein aus Ingolstadt" oder verkürzte den Titel "Dr. Eck" zu "Dreck". - Gering wurmstichig, verso Leim- und Montagereste. Bücher de
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski [DE]
2017-12-19 06:47:20
MELANCHTHON, Philipp.
- Hagenau, (Th. Anshelm, 1522). 4to. 4 Bl. Moderner Pappband. Eine (erste?) von drei Ausgaben desselben Jahres. - Frühe Schrift des damals 25jährigen Melanchthons, die ein Schlaglicht wirft auf seine zu diesem Zeitpunkt noch keineswegs abgeschlossene Auseinandersetzung zwischen christlichem Humanismus einerseits und spezifisch Lutherischem Gedankengut andererseits. Interessant ist dabei die Bewertung der weltlichen Tugend. Sie erscheint zuerst als das der Vernunft von Gott eingepflanzte, dem Menschen innewohnende Sittengesetz. Dann aber - nach Betrachtung der christlichen Tugend als einer "inneren" Bekehrung im Sinne des Lutherischen "sola gratia" - erscheint sie plötzlich nur noch als bloße äußerliche Tugend, die von der Obrigkeit ("dem Schwert") bzw. den Eltern als deren Vertreter gegenüber den Kindern erzwungen wird. - VD 16, M 4351; Hartfelder 581, 50 (datiert auf 1521); Benzing, Hagenau 64. - Leicht gebräunt u. im Kopfsteg mit Wasserrand. Teils angeschnittene Marginalien von alter Hand. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
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2017-12-04 13:34:38
VITRUVIUS MARCUS (I secolo a.C.).
Firenze, eredi Filippo Giunta, 1522. In - 8ø; 192, 24 cc., 20 cc. nn. con numerose inc. xilografiche nel testo; legatura coeva in tutta pergamena con la scritta VETRUVIO di mano cinquecentesca al piatto posteriore, impressione in oro al centro del piatto anteriore (dorso e sguardie rinnovati). Qualche gora marginale. Nota di possesso cinquecentesca (Gerolamo Argenti), ex libris Philip Pandely Argenti (1891 - 1974) storico dell'isola di Chios. Esemplare ricco di postille e note di mano coeva ai margini riconducibili a Gerolamo Argenti (nota di possesso al titolo). Della stessa mano vi sono in fine al volume tre sonetti: "Ad susim in fonticulo", "Epigramma graecum ad fontem Clitori sic vertitur" e "Ad fontem in insula Chio". La famiglia genovese degli Argenti amministr• l'isola dal 1346 al 1566 per conto della repubblica di Genova. L'impostazione di questa edizione riprende quella della giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo (1433 - 1515) e con il testo di Sesto Giulio Frontino (fine I sec. d.C.). La composizione della pagina viene rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Fowler 396. Cicognara 699. Berlin Katalog 1800. Sander 7697.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-12-04 13:31:59
VITRUVIUS POLLIO Marcus
Er. Giunti, 1522. in-8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. coeva in p. pelle decorata a secco (dorso restaurato). Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit. L'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene però rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433-1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esemplare assai grande di margini in preziosa leg. coeva (nota di possesso sulla sguardia ant.).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-30 22:37:53
Justin. [Junianus Justinus]; Trogus, Pompeius.
In aedibus Aldi, et Andreae soceri, Venetiis [Heirs of Aldo Manuzio; Andreas Torresanus, Venice], 1522. ff. 204 leaves. Woodcut Aldine anchor and dolphin device on the title page and last leaf. Latin Italic type. ** Four decorative and historiated illuminated initials (in colors and gilt) cut from an earlier vellum manuscript and applied in approprite places. There were once other initials mounted, but they were removed years ago making for slight loss where they were attached. Small 8vo. 165 mm. Early 19th century cloth binding. Text block very loose (should probably be guarded and re-sewn). Rare first Aldine edition of Justinus' epitome of historical works by Trogus Pompeius and Nepos, edited by Franciscus Asulanus. Justin was a Roman historian who probably lived during the age of the Antonines. Of his personal history nothing is known. He is the author of Historiarum Philippicarum libri XLIV, a work described by himself in his preface as a collection of the most important and interesting passages from the voluminous Historiae phiilippicae et totius mundi origines et terrae situs, written in the time of Augustus by Pompeius Trogus. Trogus was a freed slave of the triumvir Pompey. He wrote his historical work at the end of the first century BC. The work of Trogus is lost; but the prologi or arguments of the text are preserved by Pliny and other writers. Although the main theme of Trogus was the rise and history of the Macedonian monarchy, Justin permitted himself considerable freedom of digression, and thus produced a capricious anthology instead of a regular epitome of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Family Album [US]
2017-11-29 21:45:26
PETRARCA, Francesco
Venezia, Bernardo Stagnino, 1522 die VIII, memsis Martii; (in fine: Impressus Venetiis Bernardinu Stagninu alias Ferrarijs Tridino Montiferrati, 1522 die XXVIII Martij...). In 4to (cm. 17,3); elegante legatura del Novecento in mezza pelle a 5 nervi con titolo e luogo di stampa in oro al dorso; la prima parte ha carte 118 numerate + 14 carte nn. 8 (le carte P8 e A sono bianche); la seconda parte ha 140 carte con nuova numerazione. Nella nostra copia vi sono aggiunte 7 carte in calligrafia cinquecentesca. Sei affascinanti tavole a piena pagina in xilografia ad illustrare i Trionfi. Essling, I, n.92. Axs
Bookseller: LIBRERIA PAOLO BONGIORNO [Modena, MODEN, Italy]
2017-11-25 16:36:54
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
1522. Avignon, 1522.. Avignon, 1522. Humanistic Commentary on Laws Concerning Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 Septembris 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dediaction also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations and underlining in contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $7,500. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-25 16:36:54
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
Avignon, 1522. Humanistic Commentary on Laws Concerning Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 September 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dedication also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations and underlining in contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $7,500. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence of plague in early-mode … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-25 16:36:54
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
1522. Avignon, 1522. The First Legal Work Written About Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 September 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto 8-1/4" x 6" (21 x 15 cm). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dedication also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations, manicules and underlining in a contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $6,000. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-25 16:36:54
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
Avignon, 1522. Humanistic Commentary on Laws Concerning Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 Septembris 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dedication also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations and underlining in contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $7,500. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence of plague in early-mod … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-11-22 19:21:40
Cuiacius, Jacobus
Bookseller: Antiquariaat A.G. van der Steur [Den Haag, Netherlands]
2017-11-22 19:14:15
FRIES LAURENS.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-11-22 19:14:15
WALDSEEMUELLER MARTIN/FRIES LAURENS.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-11-22 19:14:15
FRIES LAURENS.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [IT]
2017-11-21 09:42:39
Um 1522.. Kolorierter Holzschnitt. 156 x 100 mm (mit dem w. Rand). Warnecke 425; nicht bei Leiningen-Westerburg. - Johannes Eck (Johann Mayr von Eck, Schwaben; 1486-1543) war katholischer Theologe und apostolischer Nuntius in Ingolstadt. Anfänglich Luther gegenüber wohlwollend, nach der Veröffentlichung der Thesen erbitterter Gegner, überzeugt Leo. X. den Bann auszusprechen. Luther nannte ihn "Doktor Sau“ und "das Schwein aus Ingolstadt“ oder verkürzte den Titel "Dr. Eck“ zu "Dreck“. - Gering wurmstichig, verso Leim- und Montagereste.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2017-11-19 21:45:05
Livio - Tito - Polibio - Floro
per haeredes Philippi Iuntae, 1522. 8vo (cm. 15), 4 Voll., 8 cc.nn., 338 cc., 2 cc.nn., 66 cc.nn. (Indice); 8cc.nn., 320 cc., 4 cc.nn. (ultima bianca) 48 cc.nn. (Indice), 44 cc.nn.(Indice), 8 cc.nn., 272 cc., 4 cc.nn.; 131 cc., 1 c.nn.; 52 cc., 63 cc., 1 c.nn. Solide legature settecentesche in piena pergamena, ds. liscio con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle marrone scuro. Tagli gialli. Ottimo esemplare con freschissimi interni nonostante qualche alone, un piccolo segno di tarlo sul frontis. di tre volumi che penetra nelle prime due o tre carte iniziali, qualche altro piccolo segno di tarlo alle pagine finali di due volumi e alcune modeste mancanze di pergamena in due volumi. Ex libris al frontis. del secondo vol. Rara edizione giuntina della famosa opera sulla storia di Roma scritta da Tito Livio. Il volume primo inizia con una epistola di Niccolò Angeli, curatore dell’opera al Cardinale Giulio de’ Medici. Le prime parti ad essere state impresse sono il Polibio e il Floro che in quasi tutti gli esemplari si trovano alla fine. E’ raro trovare la Quinta Decade uscita dieci anni più tardi. Camerini, n, 166 e 223. Graesse, IV, 227 ‘ très rare’. Non in Adams, in Br. Libr. solo la Quinta decade.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-11-18 06:00:36
Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco
, 1522. 1522. Humanistic Commentary on Laws Concerning Plague Riva di San Nazarro, Gianfrancesco [c.1480-1535]. De Peste, Libri Tres. [Avignon: Per J. De Channey, 12 Septembris 1522]. [xxviii], 162 pp. Three woodcut text illustrations. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges and fragments of thong ties, raised bands to spine. Some soiling, spine darkened, minor wear to head of spine and corners. Title page printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, the two dedications commence with leaves with woodcut architectural borders and the coat of arms of the dedicatee, the first dediaction also feature a woodcut vignette of the author presenting his book on bended knee, woodcut decorated initials and printer device. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, soiling and light foxing to a few leaves, brief annotations and underlining in contemporary hand throughout, later owner signature to foot of p. [iii]. A handsome copy of a rare title. $7,500. * First edition, one of two issues from 1522, the other published in Lyon by Jacques Secon, priority uncertain. Riva di San Nazarro, a Lombard noble, was a learned jurist and humanist scholar. His many works, all commentaries on aspects of Roman and canon law, went through several editions and were often excerpted and anthologized. As suggested by its title De Peste is a treatise on Roman and canon law concerning issues relating to plagues. The first legal work written about plague and one of the very first books on public health law, it reflects the near-annual occurrence of plague in early-mod … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-15 08:42:26
Ciceronis (M. T.)
Parisis apud Simonem Colinaeum* An. MDXXXII. Mense octobri. - 10.5/15.5 cm., 4 ff., 276 pp. Reliure plein veau marbré (postérieure), dos à cinq nerfs, titre doré sur p. de t., filets et fers dorés, tranches rouges, coupes filetées. Coins et coupes usés, coiffes manquantes. Très belle typographie d'une composition et d'une précision stupéfiantes. Jolies lettrines gravées. Dernière page remontée sur onglet. Un carré de papier à été découpé au centre de la page de titre, sans doute pour faire disparaître une marque de propriété manuscrite dont on distingue les contours * Simon de Colines Devise : Hanc aciem sola retundit virtus. - Virescit vulnere virtus Imprimeur-libraire, libraire juré de l'université de Paris (1522), graveur et fondeur de caractères. - Né entre 1470 et 1480, peut-être en Champagne. Succède à l'imprimeur-libraire Henri Estienne dont il épouse la veuve. De 1522 à 1526, fait travailler avec lui son beau-fils Robert I Estienne. Décédé avant juin 1546. Entre 1520 et 1531, Simon de Colines grave une vingtaine de polices de lettres romaines et italiques directement inspirées par les caractères d’Alde Manuce. Il est le chef de file de la première génération de graveurs de lettres parisiens, c’est probablement lui qui forme la génération suivante, celle d’Augereau et de Garamont. Dans le courant des années 1520, les polices gravées par Simon de Colines commencent ainsi à remplacer ainsi les fontes d’ancien style que les imprimeurs parisiens continuaient à employer. (cf:garamond.culture(point)fr)
Bookseller: Traits et Caractères [France]
2017-11-13 12:30:21
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus
Venedig, Bernardino de Vianis de Lexona Vercellense, 6. XI, 1522. 140 Bll. Mit vierteiliger floraler Holzschnittbordüre und 10 Textholzschnitten sowie zahlreichen Holzschnittinitialen. Späterer Halbpergamentband mit Marmor-Deckelbezug und hs. Rückentitel. Folio. Hübsche Ausgabe der von Girolamo Avanzi, Gellio Bernardino Marmitta und Daniel Caietanus besorgten Edition der Tragödien Senecas. "Abdruck der Ausgabe von 1510" (Schweiger). "Texte encadré par le commentaire [...] Page du titre: encadrement ornemental avec fond de hachures obliques et figures de deux dauphins affrontés sur les côtés. - Dans le texte: dix vignettes d'une taille rude et grossière" (Essling). Die eigentlich vier Delphine geschickt in der Ornamentik der Holzschnittbordüre versteckt. Jedes Stück wird zu Beginn von einem schlichten, aber hübsch gestalteten Renaissanceholzschnitt geziert. Einige Einsprengsel in ansprechender griechischer Type. - Kl. Randeinriß in Bl. 16. Im Innenrand durchgehend unbedeutend knittrig. Verblaßter hs. Besitzvermerk des 17. Jhs. am Titel. Zu Beginn in den Rändern teils etwas fingerfleckig, sonst sehr sauberes, frisches Exemplar aus der Sammlung des Stahlindustriellen Giacomo Galtarossa (geb. 1916), Präsident der Associazione industriali della provincia di Verona (sein radiertes Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel). - BM-STC Italian 621. Essling II, 209, 1691. Schweiger II.2, 938. OCLC 38721121. Nicht bei Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-11-04 19:07:31
N.T./Erasmus, Desiderius
Basel, Pamphilius Gengenbach 1522 - 641 (= 623) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum over wooden boards with 3 raised bands, small 8° H. 11 x L. 8 x W. 4 cm. (Some wormholes in the binding, a single wormhole within the text throughout the text block and some very small ones in the bottom corner of the final pages. Without the final blank page, occasionally some waterstains, the corners of a few pages have been restored. With many old underlinings and annotations in the margins and several entries on the flyleafs. Each chapter is rubricated with a leather strap. Rare small edition of the Latin translation of the Greek New Testament by Desiderius Erasmus, 1466/69-1536. The translation by Erasmus was the first ever printed non-Vulgate version of the Bible in Latin and became very popular going through numerous editions. However, this edition is the only one that was printed in such a small format. Besides the Bible text it contains a dedication, a preface and the 'Argumentum by Erasmus. The work is illustrated with 3 woodcut decorative panels and a woodcut on the title page, depicting the descent of the Holy Spirit on Mary and the disciples, 8 woodcuts within the text, each placed at the beginning of a Bible book and depicting the accompanying author, and 3 woodcut tail-pieces. Several capital letters are handcoloured with red paint. Each of the woodcuts is handcoloured and in case of the woodcuts within the text also heightened with gold. The work is bound in an attractive blind-stamped pigskin binding, which closes with 2 clasps on straps. Both the front and back cover and t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2017-11-01 14:57:37
AUGUSTINE (354-430 AD)
Basel: [Johann Froben], 1522. Hardcover. Very Good. (The date in the colophon is misprinted 1512). Folio (340 x 245mm). [22], 787pp. Collation: aa (11, lacking initial blank), a-z(6), A-Z(6), Aa-Rr(6), Ss-Tt(8). Elaborate woodcut border on title depicting the virtues and vices surrounding the gate of the heavenly city. On rear verso an illustrated procession of personifications and virtues and woodcut printer
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
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2017-10-31 23:07:39
Weihnachten.
Italien (wohl Venedig) 16. Jh., - Varia. 142 x 95 mm, das zeitgenössische Kolorit frisch, im unteren weißen Rand zwei winzige Wurmlöchlein. Das Gebetbuch von da Castello erschien in vielen Auflagen zwischen 1522 und ca. 1590. Selten und gesucht.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Grundmann
2017-10-30 21:35:08
Athanasius Episcopus Alexandrinus [Magnus, der Grosse] / Erasmus Desiderius Roterodamus (von Rotterdam), Bearb.; Übers.: Porsena, Christophorus [od. P
Kolophon, Argentinae, apud Ioannem Knoblouchum mense martio anno MDXXII / Strassburg, Johann Knobloch [d. Ä.] März, 1522. 4° (34.8 x 23 x 5.7 cm). 2 st. 6 Bll. (davon 1 Titel), CCCXIIII Fol. [314 Bll., Blattzählweise], 10 Bll. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre (anonym; szenische Darstellungen), etliche hübsche gest. Zierinitialen in Holzstich, typographisch sehr sorgfältiger Schriftsatz. Druck a. hochwertigem Bütten (Wasserzeichen: Tiara, H=11 cm). Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. (wenig fleckig, etwas berieben, kleine marginale Fehlstellen i. Bezug, wenig störend) über Holzdeckeln mit mont. Rückenschild und 1 Messingschliesse (1 Schliessenhaken fehlt), Ldr.-Kapitelweiser wohl später. Erste (einzige) Ausgabe dieser Version. Seiten im Aussensteg unterschiedlich braunrandig (ausserh. Text, generell eher blass und kaum störend), Vorsätze mit marginalen Wurmspuren. Alters- u. Lagerungs-, wenig eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, hs. Sigel a. Vorsatz, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. fl.Bl. Gesamthaft weitgehend sauberes, recht gutes Exemplar in schönem, zeittypischem Renaissance-Einband, das Papier bemerkenswert frisch. VD16 A 3977 (Permalink: http://gateway-bayern.de/VD16+A+3977). Graesse etwas undifferenziert. Frühere Ausgaben der 'Opera scheinen nur diejenigen von 1519 und 1520 zu sein (beide Paris, Joanne Parvo i.e. Jehan od. Jean Petit); die Ausgaben von 1532 sind mit der vorliegenden Version nicht völlig identisch. - Titelrahmen in Holzschnitt mit figürlichen, meist biblischen Szenen (nicht bei P. Kristeller, Die Strassburger Bücher-Illustration, 1966; und nicht bei J. Luther … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Switzerland]
2017-10-29 20:36:43
Fries, Laurent
Strasbourg Grüninger Joann, 1522. Poland, Russia, Hungary and Transylvania. "Tabv. Mode. Vvala". Orig. woodblock after M. Waldseemüller's map of the region from 1513. From L. Fries' "Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini . Geographiae". Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map and a figure (monarch on the throne) in upper right corner of the map. 32:37 cm (12 1/2 x 14 1/2 inch.). Laurent (Lorenz) Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. A map of Poland, Russia, Hungary and Transylvania. - The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein. - Some wormholes in margins. Fresh, dark impression, nice copy. [Attributes: First Edition]
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2017-10-28 01:49:07
VITRUVIUS POLLIO, Marcus.
(In fine:) Impressum Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Juntae, MDXXII sexto kal. Nouembris. (Firenze, Er. Giunta 1522). in-8 (mm 167x102), ff. 192, 24, (20, di cui il penultimo bianco e l'ultimo con marca al verso), leg. del XIX sec. in m. pelle e ang., titolo su tassello granata al dorso, tagli blu. Con 139 splendide silogr. n.t. e vignetta al tit.; l'impostazione dell'edizione riprende la giuntina del 1513 con il commento di Fra Giocondo e il testo di Sesto Giulio Fiorentino (fine I sec. d. C.), la composizione della pagina viene però rinnovata e gli errori corretti, mentre la matrice per le incisioni in legno rimane la stessa. Giovanni Giocondo di Verona (1433-1515), frate domenicano, fu uno dei primi sostenitori di un gusto antiquario e venne nominato nel 1513 sostituto del Bramante nei lavori di S. Pietro a Roma. Esempl. in buono stato (con i margini dei primi 8 ff. abilmente rifatti).. Adams V 904. Berlin Kat. 1800. Cicognara 699. Fowlwe 396. Sander 7697..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-27 06:31:20
BENIVIENI Girolamo
Venetia,: per Nicolo Zoppino e Vincentio compagno, adi XII de Aprile, 1522. Venetia, per Nicolo Zoppino e Vincentio compagno, 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 è di Giunta, 1519). Cfr. Sander,I,899 - Essling 2141 - Brunet,I, p. 773: “Edition peu commune, encore assez recherchée” - Gamba,1068 (in nota): “L’editore 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 un’Elegia 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 dell’amor divino del maestro in una canzone cui Pico della Mirandola appose un ampio commento. Divenuto fervente seguace del Savonarola, ripudiò il passato, volse a significato religioso le sue poesie d’amore platonico-petrarchesche, e scrisse laudi e canzoni di viva ispirazione rel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2017-10-26 21:42:37
N.T./Erasmus, Desiderius
Basel, Pamphilius Gengenbach 1522 - 641 (= 623) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum over wooden boards with 3 raised bands, small 8° H. 11 x L. 8 x W. 4 cm. (Some wormholes in the binding, a single wormhole within the text throughout the text block and some very small ones in the bottom corner of the final pages. Without the final blank page, occasionally some waterstains, the corners of a few pages have been restored. With many old underlinings and annotations in the margins and several entries on the flyleafs. Each chapter is rubricated with a leather strap. Rare small edition of the Latin translation of the Greek New Testament by Desiderius Erasmus, 1466/69-1536. The translation by Erasmus was the first ever printed non-Vulgate version of the Bible in Latin and became very popular going through numerous editions. However, this edition is the only one that was printed in such a small format. Besides the Bible text it contains a dedication, a preface and the 'Argumentum by Erasmus. The work is illustrated with 3 woodcut decorative panels and a woodcut on the title page, depicting the descent of the Holy Spirit on Mary and the disciples, 8 woodcuts within the text, each placed at the beginning of a Bible book and depicting the accompanying author, and 3 woodcut tail-pieces. Several capital letters are handcoloured with red paint. Each of the woodcuts is handcoloured and in case of the woodcuts within the text also heightened with gold. The work is bound in an attractive blind-stamped pigskin binding, which closes with 2 clasps on straps. Both the front and back cover and t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
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2017-10-26 16:40:57
Erasmus (Desiderius), c. 1466-1536
Basel, Johann Froben, 1522 (August). First authorised edition of Erasmus' early pedagogical work "On the Writing of letters", begun some thirty years previously, complemented by his collection of aphorisms or "Parallels" gathered out of Plutarch's Moralia, Seneca, Lucian, Xenophon, Demosthenes, Aristotle, Pliny, and Theophrastus. Numerous later editions were printed of both schoolbooks; however the texts printed here are the basis of modern critical editions. Erasmus, Desiderius Rotterdam 1466? - 1536 Basel Opus de conscribendis epistolis, quod quidam & mendosum, & mutilum aediderant, recognitum ab autore & locupletatum. Parabolarum siue similium liber, ab autore recognitus. Basel, Johann Froben, 1522 (August) Two parts, quarto (223 × 150 mm), (308) ff. signed a-z4 A-Z4 Aa-Ff4 Ee-Zz4 aa-ff4 and paginated 1-409 (i.e. 415, errors in numeration) (201). Woodcut compartment on title-page, two pages enclosed by borders of wood- and metalcut strip ornament, woodcut compartment on sub-title, initials from several alphabets, and printer's device on last page. provenance annotations on front endpaper in Latin and Greek; marginalia in the same hand over the first six leaves, then attention evidently lost -- inkstamp E[gon] S[aal] in upper corner of the front paste-down, denoting the book's former location in the Einbandsammlung (the so-called Max-Egon-Saales) in the Fürstlich-Fürstenbergi­sche Bibliothek at Donaueschingen, but no other library stamps or markings -- Reiss & Sohn, 'Auktion 68: Aus einer Süddeutschen Fürstenbibliothek, Teil 1', Königstein im Taunus, 20 October 1999, lot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Robin Halwas | Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-24 17:28:51
Fries, Laurent
Strasbourg Grüninger Joann 1522 - Southern Africa. "II. Tabula Moderna Aphrice". Orig. woodblock, L. Fries after M. Waldseemüller's map from 1513. Published by J. Grüninger, Strasbourg, 1522. With title in a decorative border above the map and many figures on the map. 35:43 cm (13 3/4 x 17 inch.). Laurent Fries' (1485-1532) first edition. Norwich 150: "This . map now has three kings on their thrones, an elephant, a cockatrice and two serpents next to a sugarloaf mountain, while the King of Portugal rides a bridled sea monster on the Mare Prassodum, holding the banner of Portugal . and the sceptre . The woodcut border and ornaments on the verso are said to be the work of Hans Holbein". - A map of Southern Africa. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Czech Republic]
2017-10-21 20:26:50
OCCAM, Guglielmo Guillelmus / ANDRES, Antonio
Scoto, Venezia, 1522. In -folio, cc. 83, (1), grande marca editoriale al colophon; perg. Rilegato con Andrès, Antonio, "Scriptum in arte veteri et in divisionibus Boetij cum questionibus", cc. 102., grande marca di Scoto al colophon. Piena pergamena, titoli ms al dorso.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-10-16 13:33:45
Seneca, Lucius Annaeus.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 13:31:07
Nuremberg; Durer, Albrecht
Bookseller: Black Swan Books, Inc. [US]
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2017-10-16 13:19:11
ASCONIUS PEDIANUS, Quintus.
(In fine:) Venetiis, in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, dicembre 1522. in-8, ff. (11, mancando il quarto bianco), 283, (più 1 bianco con àncora aldina al verso), splendida leg. veneziana dell'epoca in marocchino nocciola decorata a secco, piatti adorni di larga bordura di arabeschi ed all'interno un rosone con fregi agli angoli, dorso a tre nervi con decoraz. di filetti (lieve abrasione alle cuffie, piccolo lavoro di tarlo al piatto anter.); in elegante astuccio moderno m.pelle. Impresa tipogr. di Aldo sul titolo ed in fine. Dedica di Francesco d'Asola, curatore dell'edizione, a Francesco Contarini, nella quale avverte di "aver aggiunto, ai commenti di Asconio Pediano a Cicerone, anche quelli di Vittorino al trattato De inventione e di Giorgio Trapezunzio all'orazione Pro Q. Ligario" (cfr. Cataldi Palau, Gian Francesco d'Asola e la Tipogr. aldina, p. 124). Prima edizione aldina di questi commenti alle Orazioni di Cicerone, importantissimi per la letteratura e la storia classica, contenendo notizie sulla costituzione del Senato, sulle assemblee del popolo e le corti di giustizia. Asconio Pediano, nativo di Padova, fu grammatico a Roma al tempo di Tiberio, amico di Virgilio e maestro di Tito Livio e di Quintiliano. Ottimo esempl., genuino e fresco, nella preziosa legatura originale. (Alcune sottolineature e chiose leggibili di mano coeva nei margini dei primi 4 ff.). Renouard 96.8. UCLA n. 188. Adams A-2054. STC 59. Cataldi Palau, op. cit., n. 85. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
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2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Venice: Aldus Manutius and Andrea of Asola (Torresano) (in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani Soceri. Mense Iulio), 1522. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good. First and only Aldine edition of the comedies of Plautus from 1522. 8vo (212 x 130mm). [xxviii, including index], 284pp. Aldine printer's device [F1] on title and final verso. 30 lines and headline, initial spaces with guide-letter. Italic type. Early 19th century paneled russia, neatly rebacked with flat spine, some gilt-tooling, gilt edges and morocco lettering label ‘PLAUTUS COMEDIES'; (intermittent wormhole in lower margin with some paper repair attempts, calf slightly worn at edges, although overall good, clean and bright). Monogram ink stamp to title “LPT” or “PLT” in three mounds, palms and a cross, a motif of the Olivetans and possibly tied to their Order. Gift inscription to Henry O. Houghton from Richard Grantwhite, dated 1880. Bookplate of Cyril H. Jones of the Milton Academy Library, in Milton, MA. Jones was for many years a Latin teacher at the leading private school and was headmaster from 1942 to 1947. Wide-margined copy and first and only Aldine edition of Plautus, edited by Francesco Torresano. The preface states that the basis of the text was a version prepared by Aldus Manutius and Erasmus. In a letter to Erasmus of 1517, Andrea Torresano, Francesco's father, said that the edition of Plautus is based on copies of the text with the corrections of Aldus and Erasmus. Despite this, Dibdin asserts that there are relatively few textual differences between this and the Giunta edition of the same year; Jose … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:19:11
PLAUTUS (c. 254-184 BC)
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 13:02:26
FRIES, Laurent.
Bookseller: RARE ORIENTAL BOOK CO., ABAA, ILAB [Aptos, CA, U.S.A.]
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