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2019-01-23 06:15:07
Hilarius Saint Hilaire Bischof de Poitiers gegen Der Arianismus 1523 Johann Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Chez Johann Froben editeur . Reliure lacunaire, intérieur exceptionnel . 2 volumes reliés . Complet . 435 et 418 pages . Reliure en mauvaise état. Intérieur très bon, lignage et pratiquement aucune rousseurs (quelques-unes en début et fin d'ouvrage), parfait état de conservation . Dimension :32 cm par 22 cm Poids : environ 3 kg Envoi rapide et soigné. ____________________________________________________________ <.
Bookseller: breizh.antiques (breizh.antiques.5) [Strasbourg, FR]
2019-01-23 06:15:07
1523. Chez Johann Froben editeur . Reliure lacunaire, intérieur exceptionnel . 2 volumes reliés . Complet . 435 et 418 pages . Reliure en mauvaise état. Intérieur très bon, lignage et pratiquement aucune rousseurs (quelques-unes en début et fin d'ouvrage), parfait état de conservation . Dimension :32 cm par 22 cm Poids : environ 3 kg Envoi rapide et soigné. ____________________________________________________________.
Bookseller: breizh.antiques [Strasbourg, FR]
2019-01-22 23:12:23
A PAPAL BULL ON VELLUM IN LATIN, ISSUED BY ADRIAN VI
Rome: , 17 June 1523. Rome, 17 June 1523. This is a handsomely presented and very rare example of a Papal Bull issued by Adrian VI, a pope who served for just a year and a half. Addressing the Archbishop of Siena, Giovanni Piccolomini, the text here discusses a petition presented by Jacobus Petri Pauli, prior of [the monastery of] Sts. Peter and Benedict to the Camaldolese hermitage in the diocese of Pienza, to restore certain movable and immovable property that had been unjustly siezed. The Papal Bull takes its name from the lead seals called "bullae." Apart from the rare Solemn Privilege (like Innocent III's famous granting of England in 1214 to his involuntary vassal King John), there are three other categories of Papal Bulls: Simple Privileges (also called Solemn Letters), Letters of Grace (which confirm privileges and rights), and Mandates--the present item being from the final type, differentiated by its use of hemp ties as opposed to silk. Adrian VI (r. 1522-23) has the distinction of being the only Dutchman ever elected to the papacy. Before becoming pope, he held a number of increasingly important positions: tutor to the future Holy Roman Emperor Charles V; Bishop of Tortosa, Spain; Grand Inquisitor of the Spanish peninsula; a cardinal; and Regent of Spain. Due to Adrian VI's short reign, Papal Bulls in his name are very rare on the market. We were able to find a few documents signed by Adrian as cardinal, but we could not locate any Bulls issued during his papacy on RBH or ABPC.. 200 x 350 mm. (7 7/8 x 13 3/4"). Single column, 18 lines in a papal chancery hand. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-01-21 06:38:38
1523. Valentinis curio lectori. En tibi lector studiose STRABONIS geographicorum commentarios, olim ut putatur a Guarino VERONENSE, & Gregorio Trifernati latinate donatos, iam vero denuo a Conrado Heresbachio ad fidem graeci exemplaris autorumque, qui huc facere videbantur, non aestimandis laboribus recognitos. Nos, quo hoc opus & eruditum, & juxta necessarum in nostra officina felici palingenesia renasceretur, neque sumptibus, neque diligentiae. Bâle, Valentin Curion, 1523. In folio, plein mouton à l'imitation de l'ancien (reliure XX°), titre, épître dédicatoire par Conrad Heresbach à Jean de Flatten prévôt de Cranenbourg (duché de Clèves), auteurs cités, index (36 ff.) + 566 pp. + 1 p. blanche 1 p. (marque typographique de l'imprimeur sur bois), mouillure claire en marge supérieure (en fin de volume), 2 trous comblés au titre (ex libris ancien), la page de titre se trouve dans un encadrement historié gravé sur bois d'après Hans HOLBEIN. Composé de quatre parties figurant en tête Salomon, Platon, Aristote, Socrate, Pythagore, les muses, les auteurs grecs ou latins, près de la figure d'Aristote figure les initiales I. F. (Jean Froben), deux autres feuillets sont composés d'ornements architecturaux (dédicace et premier feuillet de texte). On y trouve de nombreux bois variés formant des bandeaux et 18 grandes lettrines historiées (50 x 50 mm) du fameux Kinder calendrier de Holbein. Belle édition de l'impression latine qui fut publiée pour la première fois à Rome en 1569 de la géographie de Strabon d'après les deux traducteurs Guarino de VERONE (1370-1450) et Grégoire TIFERNAS … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, FR]
2019-01-13 11:33:39
GEORGES de TRÉBIZONDE [Trapezuntius]
in aedibus Aldi : Andreae Asulani soceri, Venise, 1523. Cartonnage du début du dix-neuvième siècle Un volume in Folio (317x210 mm), (4)-161-(1) feuillets. Complet Reliure frottée, Un coin très abîmé. Quelques mouillures mariginales et traces d'anciennes moisissures stabilisée en fin d'ouvrage. Travail de vers principalement aux trois dernier feuillets. Malgré ces défauts, l'exemplaire est globalement bon. Le papier est bien blanc et l'exemplaire est réglé Marque d'Alde au titre et au dernier feuillet. Rare œuvre de ce philosophe, humaniste et érudit grec, surtout connu pour son enseignement d'Aristote et ses attaques au vitriol contre Platon. Renouard [in 'Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde', p. 97 n°2 : "C'est le recueil des Rhéteurs grecs trad. en latin"] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Beginning of nineteenth-century marbled paper boards Folio Folio (317x210 mm), (4)-161-(1) leaves. Complete Binding rubbed, corners bumped. Minor marginal waterstains and trace of moisture at the end but not serious. Some worming, mainly on the lasrt 3 leaves. Rare work by this Greek philosopher, humanist and scholar, best known for his teaching and translating of Aristotle and vitriolic attacks upon Plato. Renouard [in 'Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde', p. 97 n°2 : "C'est le recueil des Rhéteurs grecs trad. en latin"] Grand in Folio 1142g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-01-04 07:42:56
Hilarius Saint Hilaire Bishop of Poitiers against Arianism 1523 Johann Froben The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Chez Johann Froben editeur . Reliure lacunaire, intérieur exceptionnel . 2 volumes reliés . Complet . 435 et 418 pages . Reliure en mauvaise état. Intérieur très bon, lignage et pratiquement aucune rousseurs (quelques-unes en début et fin d'ouvrage), parfait état de conservation . Dimension :32 cm par 22 cm Poids : environ 3 kg Envoi rapide et soigné. ____________________________________________________________.
Bookseller: breizh.antiques [Strasbourg, FR]
2018-12-18 00:07:54
BERENGARIO DA CARPI, Giacomo.
Second edition of Berengario's Isagoge, containing the loveliest and most important pre-Vesalian anatomical illustrations. In 1521 Berengario published a commentary on the then obsolete anatomical compendium of Mondino. He added illustrations, which were the first anatomical illustrations taken from nature and the best and most important pre-Vesalian illustrations. He thus inaugurated a new epoch in anatomy, correcting numerous errors and pioneering independent research into the anatomy of separate parts of the body. In the following year he replaced his Commentaria, now seen as the most important forerunner of Vesalius, with this Isagogae. It has the same arrangement as the Commentaria, uses many of the same woodcuts, and has additional anatomical observations including a description of the valves of the heart. The present second edition added three more anatomical woodcuts as well as some revisions to the illustrations; these alterations and additions emphasised the anatomy of the heart and brain, and include the first published view of the cerebral ventricles from an actual dissection. This edition also re-uses the title-page border from the Commentaria, with some small alterations. "Berengario was the first anatomist to publish illustrated treatises on anatomy based on his own dissections. His Commentaria on the fourteenth-century Anatomia of Mondino was the first work since the time of Galen to display any considerable amount of original anatomical information based upon personal investigation and observation. The woodcut illustrations of muscle men posed before a l … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [UK]
2018-12-16 08:10:25
Paris: François Regnault and Johann Prevel, 1523. [4], a-z8 A-Z8 +8 AA8-NN8. 1 vols. 8vo. Early blindstamped calf covers, bosses and clasps preserved over later rebacking, red edges. Spine perished, front cover with first gathering detached, edges worn, paper repairs to title, worming costing a few words to title. Bookplate of Cassie Mason Meyers Julian-James, daughter of the collector Theodorus Bailey Myers, who was a philanthropist, vice president of Chapter 3 of the Colonial Dames of America, keenly concerned with the costume collection in the Smithsonian Institution. [4], a-z8 A-Z8 +8 AA8-NN8. 1 vols. 8vo. This Latin bible, printed on April 11, 1523, is a reprint of a 1519 Bible printed by Jehan Petit. The title page looks nearly identical, except that this copy has a Renouard printer's device featuring an elephant in place of the Jehan Petit armorial device seen in the 1519 copy. Printing date and Prevel's name are given in the colophon.This copy is annotated in at least three near-contemporary hands on the front and rear flyleaves as well as the title page, including a date of 1586 on the title page. The metal bosses and solid brass clasps are in fine condition, moving freely on their hinges. There are manicules and hand-drawn capitals throughout. This bible's Renouard printer's device makes it unusual: few copies on OCLC record his involvement in the 1523 printing of this edition of the Bible, and Darlow & Moule say only "A copy in the B.M. Library differs in the title page, which substitutes a small cut of Jerome (like that on 1a) for J. Petit's device." … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
2018-12-12 06:30:41
Hilarius Saint Hilaire Bishop of Poitiers against Arianism 1523 Johann Froben The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Chez Johann Froben editeur . Reliure lacunaire, intérieur exceptionnel . 2 volumes reliés . Complet . 435 et 418 pages . Reliure en mauvaise état. Intérieur très bon, lignage et pratiquement aucune rousseurs (quelques-unes en début et fin d'ouvrage), parfait état de conservation . Dimension :32 cm par 22 cm Poids : environ 3 kg Envoi rapide et soigné. ____________________________________________________________.
Bookseller: breizh.antiques [Strasbourg, FR]
2018-11-18 08:13:31
1523. Chez Johann Froben editeur . Reliure lacunaire, intérieur exceptionnel . 2 volumes reliés . Complet . 435 et 418 pages . Reliure en mauvaise état. Intérieur très bon, lignage et pratiquement aucune rousseurs (quelques-unes en début et fin d'ouvrage), parfait état de conservation . Dimension :32 cm par 22 cm Poids : environ 3 kg Envoi rapide et soigné. ____________________________________________________________.
Bookseller: breizh.antiques [Strasbourg, FR]
2018-11-18 07:37:07
ERASTUS (Thomas).
2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4. 1). 4ff. 236pp. 6ff. (le dernier blanc). 2). 4ff. 316pp. Vélin souple à rabats (Reliure de l'époque). Réunion en reliure de l'époque de deux ouvrages du médecin et philosophe allemand Thomas Erastus (1523-1583). Il s'appellait en réalité Lieber mais suivant l'usage des savants de son époque, changea son nom vulgaire en un mot équivalent tiré du grec. Erastus fut à l'origine de la création à Bâle, où il enseigna, de diverses fondations d'aide aux étudiants pauvres, longtempos connues sous le nom de "Fondations érastiennes". Scientifiquement il s'opposa à Paracelse et à l'astrologie. A l'égard des dogmes de l'Eglise il défendait la liberté, s'opposant à la censure et aux punitions. Cette position fut à l'origine d'un courant organisé, surtout en Angleterre au cours du XVIIs., connu sous le nom de "Erastianisme". 1). Edition Originale de ce recueil de 15 lettres sur l'astrologie et les prédictions, adressées par Erastus à plusieurs médecins et mathématiciens de son temps. L'édition a été préparée par le savant suisse Iohann Iacob Grynaeus (1540-1617). 2). Edition Originale. Cet ouvrage est une critique d'un livre du médecin italien originaire de Vincenza, le Conte da Monte (mort en 1587), intitulé: "De Morbis et Sententia Galeni libri quinque", paru à Venise l'année précédente. Erastus a ajouté 3 dissertations médicales soutenues sous sa présidence: 1). Wolfhardt (Leo). De Melancolia (pp. 240-256). 2). Mader (Theophil). De morbis totius substantiae (pp. 257-280). 3). (Anonyme). De Convulsione. (pp.280-316). Quelques rousseurs éparses, et brunissure … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-10-31 06:29:12
Leone Ambrogio
Venice Bernardino and Matteo Vitali 28 August 1523. Folio (314x216 mm). Collation: a4, A-P4. [64] leaves. Complete with the last blank. Roman type. Title-page printed in red within woodcut floral-patterned border stamped in blue ink. Woodcut printer's device on fol. P3v. Fine contemporary limp vellum. On the upper cover the title 'AMBROSII NOLANI PROBLEMATA', inked in capital letters within a frame composed of four concentric circles. Smooth spine, the title inked vertically in gothic type. Traces of ties. Binding slightly loose. A handsome, unsophisticated copy.Provenance: early ownership inscription on the title-page, almost illegible. The exceedingly rare first and only edition of this collection of miscellaneous observations by the physician, mathematician, historian, and philosopher Ambrogio Leone, originating from Nola (near Naples), and active in the Aldine printing house as a proof-reader. The work collects numerous quaestiones naturales and deals with a wide range of topics in philosophy, science, and medicine, including the first description of syphilis ever to be published, seven years before the appearance in 1530 of the poem Syphilis, sive De morbo gallico by Girolamo Fracastoro. Leone was already at work on this collection in 1507-1508, while collaborating with Aldus Manutius and Erasmus of Rotterdam. The work is considered one of the earliest 'libri de secreti' to appear in print. "In 1523, in order to satisfy his passion for miscellaneous observations, Ambrogio Leone also printed in Venice one of the first 'libri di segreti': this was his Opus quaestionum [. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-29 01:41:41
Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam
Basle: Johann Froben. 1523 Erasmus Evangelium Lucae Latin Biblical Paraphrase of the Gospel of Luke Recently rebound Available NOW Printed by Johann Froben, Basle Small Octavo 6-1/2" x 4-1/2 x 2" Condition Report: First Edition... recently rebound...Amazing quarter leather cover with gilted gold tooled lettering and ornate embossing... some soiling and very little foxing...complete copy of this rare work... some early marginalia and underlining at beginning The History of the Erasmus Paraphrase After the production of the Erasmus Greek New Testament, Erasmus of Rotterdam, 1469-1536, ventured to continue his earnest desire for the common man to know the Word of God. He said, "If only the farmer would sing something from them at his plow, the weaver move his shuttle to their tune, the traveler lighten the boredom of his journey with Scriptural stories!" His paraphrase of the Gospel of Luke was written in Latin and conveyed as a commentary of sorts to those who had an appetite and a thirst for the Word of God. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Books of Truth (books_of_truth) [Broomfield, Colorado, US]
2018-10-27 15:31:09
Flacco Gaio Valerio (C. Valerius Flaccus)
in aedibus Aldi et Andreae Asulani soceri Mense Maio 1523 (al colophon), Venetiis. Legatura antica in piena pelle. Piatti in vitellino con cornici e grande fregio centrale impresso a secco. Ds. rinnovato. Carte di guardia a pettine. Ex libris ai contropiatti. Ottimo esemplare. Prima ed unica edizione aldina, rara. Renouard, p. 97. 8vo (cm. 15), 146 cc., 2 cc.nn. Ancora aldina al colophon, ripetuta al verso dell ultima carta. Carattere corsivo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2018-10-22 14:33:18
Trapezuntius, Georgius:
Colophon:) Venice Giacomo Penzio 5 Jan, 1523. First edition. 8vo (146 x 98 mm). a4 A-V8 X4: (168) leaves. 19th century half vellum. Wormhole to first 8 leaves. Scribblings on title-page. Stamps on verso of fly-leaf: Bibliothek SJ Zürich Prov. Helv. Contents fresh and clean. - Edit 16 33683; not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Dinter [Cologne, N/A, Germany]
2018-10-16 12:00:50
ERASMUS.
(A la fin:) Argentorati, Johannes Knoblochus Stanneis characteribus excudebat, 1523. in-8. 182ff. chiffrés. 2ff. Pleine peau de truie estampée sur ais de bois, traces de fermoirs en laiton (menus défauts à une coiffe et aux coins). Première édition strasbourgeoise des célèbres paraphrases d'Erasme, dans une belle reliure estampée de l'époque. Le titre s'inscrit dans un superbe encadrement illustré, gravé sur bois. Quelques taches et salissures, petit travail de ver dans la marge du fond de quelques feuillets, loin du texte. Au dernier feuillet, belle marque de l'imprimeur Johannes Knobloch représentant la Vérité sortant de la caverne, avec des devises en grec, en latin et en hébreu. Knobloch était suisse d'origine et il exerça à Strasbourg de 1504 à 1527. Vander Haegen, p.145. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-10-04 20:54:08
FROISSART, Jean.
1523. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. The first English printing of Froissart's 'Chronicles.' (Pollard & Redgrave I, 504) EXCEEDINGLY RARE with 2nd editions selling for over $20,000. We offer here the TRUE FIRST EDITION with no other examples for sale worldwide. The 'Chronicles' of Jean Froissart have continually been perceived as an important work on medieval history for centuries, since its inception in the 14th-century. While some of the subjects covered are repetitive and insignificant, many topics are of utmost importance including famous battles, deaths of monarchs, and the Catholic Church Great Schism. According to Adams in the "Manual of Historical Literature," "Froissart might be called the great interviewer of the Middle Ages. The newspaper correspondent of modern times has scarcely surpassed this medieval collector of intelligence. He travelled extensively in the various countries of Europe; he conversed with gentlemen of rank everywhere; and he had the remarkable knack of persuading those about him to divulge all he wanted to know. He learned the details of battles from both sides and from every point of view. He delighted in the minutest affairs of every cavalry skirmish, of the capture of every castle, and of every brave action and gallant deed. He lived from 1337 to about 1410, and wrote chiefly of contemporaneous events. The 'Chronicles' are universally considered as the most vivid and faithful picture we have of events in the fourteenth century. As a picture of the most favorable side of chivalry, the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-03 20:52:49
FROISSART, Jean.
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. The first English printing of Froissart's 'Chronicles.' (Pollard & Redgrave I, 504) EXCEEDINGLY RARE with 2nd editions selling for over $20,000. We offer here the TRUE FIRST EDITION with no other examples for sale worldwide. The 'Chronicles' of Jean Froissart have continually been perceived as an important work on medieval history for centuries, since its inception in the 14th-century. While some of the subjects covered are repetitive and insignificant, many topics are of utmost importance including famous battles, deaths of monarchs, and the Catholic Church Great Schism. According to Adams in the "Manual of Historical Literature," "Froissart might be called the great interviewer of the Middle Ages. The newspaper correspondent of modern times has scarcely surpassed this medieval collector of intelligence. He travelled extensively in the various countries of Europe; he conversed with gentlemen of rank everywhere; and he had the remarkable knack of persuading those about him to divulge all he wanted to know. He learned the details of battles from both sides and from every point of view. He delighted in the minutest affairs of every cavalry skirmish, of the capture of every castle, and of every brave action and gallant deed. He lived from 1337 to about 1410, and wrote chiefly of contemporaneous events. The 'Chronicles' are universally considered as the most vivid and faithful picture we have of events in the fourteenth century. As a picture of the most favorable side of chivalry, the work … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-28 16:49:06
Persian Persii Flacci Auli Satyr print Josse Bade Paris 1523 post-incunable The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Perse Persii Flacci Auli. Persius Aulus Flaccus satyr Josse Bad impression Persii Flacci Auli. Persius Aulus Flaccus, Persia Baden, Josse (Ascensius), commentator British, Giovanni, commentator Murmellius, Joannes (of Ruremonde), commentator Plautius, Joannes Baptista, commentator Scoppa, Lucio Giovanni, Annotator the important gloss Auli Persii Flacci... Satyrae, cum commentariis and eorum quinque index amplissimo, ac Satyrarum argumentis Jodoci Badii Ascensii, Joannis Britannici Brixiani Joannis Baptistae Plautii, Aelii Antonia Nebrissensis, Joannis Murmellii Ruremundensis. Additis calcem L. Joannis Scoppae ad eundem in adnotationibus. Regale in quo continentur infrascripta opuscula Folio, 16 sheets unencrypted sign. A B 164 figures sheets, printed in Paris by Josse Bade 1523 title to coaching. (Morgan, 116), sewing on nerves of the time, full vellum pastiche, triple nets in framing of the dishes. Very nice margins slips of 335 x 225 mm, exemplary paid in full at the time. Some traces of ancient marginal waterstaining but satisfactory condition. Printing long lines of famous Josse Baden with its brand of printer to the press in a title in portico. I noted at the beginning of this page the names of commentators here the gloss care often much more prominently than the text itself, and it is itself annotated by Giovanni Lucio, height of scholarship. Price TTC: 2.800, 00 Announcem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Millery, FR]
2018-09-28 06:12:04
Original middle age wood cut picture From Marksburg Castle Germany 493 years old From the year 1523 With certificate of authenticity Picture 1.5" square Frame 8" x 10" Fast Shipping from the USA. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hostesscb [Traverse City, Michigan, US]
2018-09-04 05:50:02
PACIOLI, Luca
Toscolano [Toscolano Maderno, Brescia, N. Italy]: Paganino de Paganini, 1523. Title page and final leaf a little frayed, a dampmark to the gutter at the head and to the outer margin throughout, stronger at the end, scarcely entering the text; one leaf with portion of lower blank margin cut away, another with the blank lower corner torn away, two leaves strengthened in the gutter without touching the text, one or two minor marginal tears and a few small stains. Binding in good condition, with holes suggestive of clasps or chain binding to both boards, minor cracking of vellum to upper portion of lower board.. Folio, part one of two, 295 x 210 mm, [8] + 224 numbered leaves; very fine strapwork title-border, white on black, repeated with the first page of text; the first leaf of text with a large woodcut initial 'L' depicting Pacioli standing with a book before him and a pair of compasses in his hand, identified in ink in a contemporary hand; full-page woodcut 'tree of proportion' printed in red and black, full-page woodcut showing finger symbolism for numbering, partly highlighted in contemporary colour, mathematical and geometrical diagrams in margins, and woodcuts showing instruments and methods of measuring; printed marginalia to one leaf just shaved (sense fully recoverable); marginal annotations to a few leaves (see below); overall a fine copy, attractively bound in seventeenth-century vellum, spine lettered in ink; preserved in a cloth box. 'The earliest printed book to treat algebra comprehensively, and the first to contain double-entry book-keeping' (Honeyman). 'Luc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2018-08-15 23:08:15
Erasmus
Basel: Froben, 1523.
Bookseller: print-forum [Berlin, DE]
2018-07-14 13:18:37
BRACCIOLINI Poggio
Venetia,: per Benedetto & Augustino Bindoni, 1523. Venetia, per Benedetto & Augustino Bindoni, 1523. In-24 gr. (mm. 142x97), mz. pergamena con ang., tit. oro su tassello al dorso (picc. fori di tarlo), 48 cc.num., grande e bella vignetta finemente xilografata al frontespizio che raffigura “tre personaggi di cui uno tiene un sacco aperto (sulla destra); (sulla sinistra) un uomo getta alcuni biglietti nel sacco; ai suoi piedi un paniere pieno di carta e in alto, in una cartouche: “Dio te la mandi bona” (da una ediz. veneziana del 1519); testo in carattere gotico, ornato da due grandi e bei capilettera figur. a vignetta su fondo criblé, pure inc. su legno. Rarissima edizione, “tradutta de latino in vulgare ornatissimo”, stampata nel mese di agosto 1523. Cfr. Sander,II, p. 991 che cita varie ediz. del ‘500 e numerose di Bindoni, a partire da quella in latino del 1523 - Brunet,IV,769-770 e Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 124 per altre ediz. del XVI sec. “E' il libro più fortunato dell'umanista fiorentino Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459), completato e riordinato per la pubblicazione nel 1450-1452. L'autore, segretario della Curia romana, vi raccolse e variamente rielaborò gli aneddoti gustosi, le storie oscene, i commenti mordaci che si tenevano in una stanza della Cancelleria, alle spalle e spese di preti, frati, cardinali e dello stesso pontefice; o ch'egli aveva udito nei suoi viaggi, e trascritto con un gusto che si potrebbe dire giornalistico”. Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,III, pp. 274. Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
2018-06-18 06:52:12
PEPIN, Fr. Guillelmi
Claudii Chevalloni, Paris, 1523. 17'5x11, 4h (incl. portada 2 tintas con escudo grab, leve mancha, letra redonda), CCLXXI fols. (letra gótica, dos columnas), escudo grab. al verso del último fol, algo de óx, guardas blancas con rastro de grasa. Pergamino (semidesprendido).
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Madrid, Spain]
2018-06-09 15:56:56
Strabo.
Basel, (Valentin Curio), (March) 1523. Folio (220 x 325 mm). (36), 566, (2) pp. With woodcut title border by J. Faber after Hans Holbein, 2 additional borders, printer's device, and numerous initials. Blindstamped limp leather on four raised bands. Early Latin translation of the geography of Strabo, who had visited Egypt and sailed up the Nile in 25 BC. - Even in the introductory chapters, Strabo provides important details on the Arabian Peninsula: "Adjoining the Ethiopians, a needy and nomad race, is Arabia: one part of which is distinguished above all other lands by the title of Felix [i.e., Hedjaz and Nejd-ed-Ared], and the other, though not dignified by that name, is both generally believed and also said to be pre-eminently blessed. Though Homer knew of Arabia Felix, at that time it was by no means wealthy, but a wild country, the inhabitants of which dwelt for the most part in tents. It is only a small district which produces the aromatics from which the whole territory afterwards received its name, owing to the rarity of the commodity amongst us, and the value set upon it. That the Arabians are now flourishing and wealthy is due to their vast and extended trade" (p. 30f.); "Arabia Felix is bounded by the entire Arabian and Persian Gulfs, together with all the country of the tent-dwellers and the Sheikh-governed tribes. [.] Beside the ocean the country is tolerably fitted for habitation of man, but not so the centre of the country: this for the most part is barren, rugged sand desert. The same applies to the country of the Troglodytic Arabians and the part occupied by … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2018-06-09 07:39:30
BOÈCE - BOETHIUS (Anicius Manlius Severinus).
1523Venezia [Venise], mandato et expensis Lucantonio I Giunta, 1523. Petit in-folio (230 X 312 mm) vélin souple ivoire à coutures apparentes, tranches teintes, restes de lacets en grande partie manquants (reliure de l'époque); (1) f. blanc, (6) ff. de titre et table, 131 ff., (1) f. blanc. Notes manuscrites anciennes à l'encre brune dans les marges de plusieurs feuillets et sur le premier plat. Défauts: Petit manque de vélin en tête et en marge intérieure du plat supérieur, manque sans aucune atteinte au texte dans l'angle supérieur droit des feuillets 64 et 113 ainsi que dans l'angle inférieur droit du feuillet 97, taches brunes éparses n'empêchant pas la lecture (plus marquées aux feuillets 13 à 18, 21, 22, 66 et 67), mouillures claires marginales aux premiers et derniers feuillets, petite déchirure sans manque dans la marge supérieure et froissements à quelques feuillets. BELLE ET RARISSIME ÉDITION VÉNITIENNE DES OEUVRES DE BOÈCE, sortie des presses de Lucantonio GIUNTA (1457-1538) dans le premier quart du XVIe siècle. Il s'agit d'après Graesse de la réimpression d'une édition incunable gothique imprimée en deux tomes à Venise vers 1491-1492. Une autre édition des Giunta sera publiée en 1536. Impression à deux colonnes sur papier vergé avec manchettes, lettrines historiées et croquis gravés sur bois. On trouve au dernier feuillet la célèbre marque typographique des Giunta au lys de Florence flanqué des initiales «L A». Cette édition contient 14 TRAITÉS, notamment l'"Isagogè" de Porphyre de Tyr, une introduction à la logique aristotélicienne, de nombreuses oeuvres de logi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ERIC CASTERAN [TOULOUSE, MP, France]
2018-06-08 15:46:07
Indagine, Johannes ab:
Getruckt zu Straßburg/ durch Joannem Schott Buchtrucker zum Thyergarten. Anno. M. D. xxiii., 1523. 30 x 20cm, Maroquineinband 20. Jhdt., papiernes Rückenschild mit handschrifl. Titelbezeichnung, Ex-Libris, Notizen alter Hand auf fliegendem Vorsatz, kl. Ausschnitt aus altem Antiquariatskatalog aufgeklebt auf Vorsatz, 4 Bl., 66 Bl., 1 Bl. Register, erste 7 und letzte 4 Bl. wasserrandig, breitrandiges Exemplar. Titelbl. oben, innen und unten neu umrandet mit altem Papier ohne Textverlust, ganzseitiges Holzschnittporträt von Indagine auf Titel verso, wiederholt auf Bl. XLIIII, ganzseitiges Wappen von Indagine auf aIVverso, 24 Holzschnitte von Köpfen mit verschiedenen Physiognomien, 32 (manche mehrfach) mythologische Szenen, zahlreiche Abb. von Händen und astrologischen Karten, verschieden große Holzschnittinitialen sehr seltene deutsche Erstausgabe des im Vorjahr lateinisch erschienen Werkes "Introductiones apotelesmaticae elegantes in chyromantiam" aus dem gleichen Verlag über die drei verwandten okkulten Wissenschaften Chiromantie, Physiognomie und Astrologie. Das Werk wurde 1559 nach Dekret von Papst Paul IV auf den Index Librorum Prohibitorum gesetzt. Die "Kunst der Chiromantzey..." ist überhaupt das zweite deutsche Werk zu diesem Thema, vorausgegangen war lediglich das Blockbuch "Die Kunst Chiromantia" von Johann Hartlieb (ca. 1470). Johannes Indagine (oder Johann Rosenbach oder Johannes von Hagen) lebte von 1467-1537 und war Priester in Steinheim in der Nähe von Frankfurt am Main. Er war berühmt wegen seiner Kenntnisse in Chiromantie und Astrologie und wurde Berater des … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Am Osning [Germany]
2018-05-26 05:43:51
HOPPERS, Joachim.
De navorscher XIII, p. 142; USTC 404965. Second edition of a work on jurisprudence and civil law by the distinguished Frisian lawyer Joachim Hoppers (1523-1576), also advisor on the Netherlands to the Spanish King Philips II (1527-1598). The book is divided into two sections. The first, subdivided into three "books", deals with what Hoppers calls "the art of law". He gives a definition of law, describes different notions and types of justice, the role of God in jurisdiction, how to implement law and hold trials, etc. The second part is devoted to lawyers and civil law, dealing with administration, universities, judges, how to prepare for trials, etc.With an early owner's inscription on the title-page, some marginal notes on pp. 243-244. Quires M-N misbound. With some marginal water stains, an occasional spot and a restoration to the fore-edge margin of the last leaf. Binding stained, bookblock partly detached from binding.
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2018-05-25 14:39:26
HOPPERS, Joachim.
, . . De navorscher XIII, p. 142; USTC 404965. Second edition of a work on jurisprudence and civil law by the distinguished Frisian lawyer Joachim Hoppers (1523-1576), also advisor on the Netherlands to the Spanish King Philips II (1527-1598). The book is divided into two sections. The first, subdivided into three "books", deals with what Hoppers calls "the art of law". He gives a definition of law, describes different notions and types of justice, the role of God in jurisdiction, how to implement law and hold trials, etc. The second part is devoted to lawyers and civil law, dealing with administration, universities, judges, how to prepare for trials, etc.With an early owner's inscription on the title-page, some marginal notes on pp. 243-244. Quires M-N misbound. With some marginal water stains, an occasional spot and a restoration to the fore-edge margin of the last leaf. Binding stained, bookblock partly detached from binding.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-05-02 07:23:10
Livius, Titus.
Wien, Johann Singriener d. Ä., (1523). 4°. Mit einer breiten figürl. Holzschn.-Bordüre u. 2 (1 große figürl.) Holzschn.-Initialen. 32 nn. Bll., Mod. HLdr. m. Rückenvergoldung. Seltener Wiener Druck. - Titel m. kl. hinterlegtem Randausriss (ohne Bild- bzw. Textverlust). Tlw. kl. Randläsuren bzw. Wurmlöcher. Etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - VD16, L 2132 (nur zwei Nachweise); nicht bei Adams, BM STC, Germann Books, Durstmüller u. Mayer. Versand D: 9,80 EUR Livius, Historicorum latinorum principis tertiae decadis sive secundi belli Punici liber primus accurate impressus
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes [Graz, Austria]
2018-04-09 15:59:55
GALIEN
Aera merent Badio. (colophon) "Imprimebat Iodocus Badius Ascensius, ad octavum Calendas Novemb. 1523". [Paris, Josse Bade], 1523 in folio, de 61 ff. de texte dont le joli titre gravé avec encadrement, et 1f. blanc qui manque à cet exemplaire. pl. veau époque, plats avec deux larges encadrements de roulette à froid, dos anciennement refait à l'identique. Mouillures marginales, et petits trous de ver peu visibles en marge intérieur. Nombreuses et copieuses annotations du XVIe siècle en marge. Signature sur le titre du médecin du 18e siècle Pierre Guisard. Bonne impression parisienne de ce traité des différents symptômes et du diagnostique de Galien dans la traduction de Guillaume Cop (Wilhelm Copus), qui fut le médecin de Louis XII et François Ier . Rappelons que Galien est considéré comme le père de la physiologie expérimentale. ¶ Renouard (Badius), II, 1 - Durling nº1770 - Osler nº393 - Renouard imprimeurs parisiens II. p.217 n°523 (3 ex. recensés en France en 1969) - Un seul ex. à ce jour au cat. CCFR (BNF)- Garrison-Morton nº2664 et 2665 pour "Morborum differentiis", et "Symptomatum differentiis" (édit. de 1823) - manque à Wellcome et Waller.
Bookseller: L'intersigne Livres anciens [France]
2018-04-09 15:33:22
BENIVIENI GIROLAMO, EGIDIO DA VITERBO, BOIARDO MATTEO MARIA.
Venezia, Niccol• Zopino e Vincenzo compagno (V. di Paolo), 30 luglio 1523. In-8ø; 48 cc.; frontespizio entro cornice architettonica incisa, marca tipografica incisa al verso dell'ultima carta. Legatura moderna in tutta pergamena antica. Margine esterno del frontespizio sobrio, piccolo segno di tarlo restaurato tra le cc. 7 e 14, rinforzo all'angolo inferiore esterno delle ultime 2 cc. Prima edizione dei Tarocchi di Boiardo e prima edizione della raccolta, che comprende anche l'Amore del Benivieni e La caccia di Egidio da Viterbo. "I Tarocchi di Matteo Maria Boiardo sono un'opera poetica suddivisa in capitoli ed esemplata sulla struttura di un mazzo di tarocchi. Il testo Š pervenuto in due diverse tradizioni: sotto il titolo di 'Cinque capituli bellissimi sopra il Timore, Gelosia, Speranza, Amore del Conte M.M. Boiardo' in una silloge stampata da Niccol• Zoppino a Venezia nel 1523 con il titolo complessivo 'Amore di Hieronimo Benivieni...' e in un manoscritto della fine del XV secolo, in parte mutilo, composto da Pier Antonio Viti da Urbino per una dama urbinate e pubblicato per la prima volta da Angelo Solerti [1894], che conteneva il testo di Boiardo e le istruzioni per l'illustrazione di un mazzo di tarocchi, tendenzialmente simile a quello per cui il poeta aveva composto l'opera... Si segnala che il titolo 'Tarocchi' non Š di paternit... boiardesca ma Š stato assegnato dal Solerti... Nell'edizione Zoppino, il paratesto autoriale interno si compone di due sonetti... Collocati dopo i cinque capitoli" (Baldi). Ogni capitolo Š suddiviso in terzine, ciascuna delle quali dovev … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-03-22 08:20:57
Luther, Dr. Martin
Jobst Gutknecht, Wittenberg, 1523. First edition of Dr. Martin Luther's Maundy Thursday Sermon with explicit instruction on the correct preparation for receiving the holy sacraments. Quarto, 24 leaves of German text disbound from the original Gutknecht edition and tipped in to accompany a rare 16-page handwritten manuscript containing a literal translation in English from 1864. Bound in full brown morocco, elaborate tooling to the front and rear panels, tooling to the spine, yellow silk endpapers, gilt turn-ins, inner dentelles, all edges gilt.     Best known for initiating the Protestant Reformation in 16th century Europe, German theologist Dr. Martin Luther's writings represented one-fifth of all materials printed in Germany between 1500 and 1530. His translation of the Bible from Latin into German and use of Gutenberg's printing press had an enormous impact both the accessibility of the Biblical teachings and on the German language itself. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-03-16 00:34:50
Mario Salamone - Paolo Planca
Stefanus Guilleretus - Etienne Guillery, 1523. In-4° grande. Cc. (3), 44, (3), Secundus: cc. 31, (2), Tertius: cc. 67 (in fine il colophon), (7), con motu proprio di Adriano VI, 1 cb, Quartus: cc. 21, (1). Legatura in mezza pergamena con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso su carta alle armi Borghese (piccoli fori di tarlo sul dorso, alcuni passanti al margine bianco interno delle carte). Alcune note manoscritte e sottolineature d'epoca. Un frontespizio entro ricca bordura xilografica, con lo stemma della città di Roma e lo stemma di papa Adriano VI (1522-23) Prima edizione a stampa degli statuti della città di Roma, redatta come si legge nell'Esordio dagli avvocati concistoriani Planca e Salamone. Si tratta della revisione degli Statuti quattrocenteschi, qui presenti nei primi quattro libri, laddove il quarto contiene i capitoli riformati del procedimento civile del 1494. Mario Salamone fu il principale artefice della riforma costituzionale del 1521-23, che pur mantenendo parte del vecchio ordinamento civile presentò novità di notevole importanza in merito a interventi pubblici. (vedi LA IDEA DEL CONTRATO SOCIAL EN MARIO SALAMONE DE ALBERTESCHI: SUS VÍNCULOS CON LA ESCUELA DE SALAMANCA Y EL CONSTITUCIONALISMO INGLÉS MEMORIA PARA OPTAR AL GRADO DE DOCTOR PRESENTADA POR María Antonietta Salamone, UNIVERSIDAD COMPLUTENSE DE MADRID FACULTAD DE FILOSOFÍA Departamento de Filosofía del Derecho). Liber secundus cap. lxi De sodomitis.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-02-13 18:57:42
- 1 lettre signée avec souscription autographe 1 In-folio 12 mars [1523] Adresse au dos. très bon Le nouveau bailli de Paris, Jean de La Barre, intervient auprès du premier président du parlement de Paris, pour hâter la publication de l'édit de création de sa charge. "Monseigneur je me recommande humblement à v(re) bonne grace. Le Roy a plusieurs foiz ecript et envoié devers la Court et Vous pour la publication de l'Edict et érection du bailliage de Paris que led. Sr entend estre promptement publyé ainsi que avez très bien entendu et pour y mectre fin il envoie derechef par-delà Monsr. le C(onseiller) Jenville. Et pour ce, Monsr., que led. affaire me touche d'autant que le Roy m'a voulu faire ce bien de me faire prefferer non sans en paier grosse somme d'argent à l'estat de bailly, me suys ingéré vous en escrire et supplier que suyvant l'intencion et finale réslution du Roy en cest affaire et la commodité grande et come nécessaire que led. Sr a très bien entendu rapporter de ceste nouvelle érection, vous plaise me faire ce bien de donner demain audiance à Messrs les gens du Roy et autres, à ce que eulx ouys, la fin et publication dud. édict s'en ensuyve sur le champ s'il vous plaist selon le vouloir dud. Sr. Et oultre l'affection bonne que j'ay tousiours eue et ay de vous faire service, je vous promectz, Monsr., que l'obligation m'en demourera telle que par le commencement en avez vraye et parfète expériance, priant sur ce le Créateur vous donner, Monseigneur, très bonne vie et longue". [Jean de La Barre, fut bailli et prévôt de Paris, de 1523 à 1533, date de son décès]. [A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Traces Ecrites
2018-01-16 14:43:11
Tauler, Johann.
ohne Drucker (Philipp Ulhart), Ohne Ort (Augsburg), 1523. 8vo. (ca. 20 x 15,5 cm). Pappband des 20. Jh. mit Inkunabelpapier-Bezug, 5 n.n. Bll., 1 Bl. (w). VD16, J 782. Kuczynski 2614. Panzer DA, 1640. Schottenloher, Ulhart, S. 156 Nr. 23. Einzige Ausgabe. - Von den Reformatoren wurden die Predigten des Dominikaners Tauler (1300-1361) sehr geschätzt und häufig neu herausgegeben, weil sie in Ihnen viel "reformatorisches" Gedankengut entdeckten. Auch die vorliegende Predigt unter dem Motto "Wer nit eingeet in den Schaffstall, durch die Thür. Der ist ain dieb und morder" (Joh. 10) eignete sich sehr gut im Kampf gegen das Papsttum, so daß sie beim großen Augsburger Reformationsdrucker Ulhart d. Ä. als Flugschrift erschien. - Schönes breitrandiges Exemplar, nur wenig fleckig, meist an den Rändern. Auf dem letzten weißen Blatt ein schwacher Abklatsch von einem anderen Titel (mit Holzschnitt-Bordüre), der im gleichen Jahr erschien. 300 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Wolfgang Wanzke [Augsburg, Germany]
2018-01-16 14:38:27
Tauler, Johann
Ohne Ort (Augsburg): ohne Drucker (Philipp Ulhart), 1523. hardcover. Sehr gut. 8vo. (ca. 20 x 15,5 cm). Pappband des 20. Jh. mit Inkunabelpapier-Bezug, 5 n.n. Bll., 1 Bl. (w). VD16, J 782. Kuczynski 2614. Panzer DA, 1640. Schottenloher, Ulhart, S. 156 Nr. 23. Einzige Ausgabe. - Von den Reformatoren wurden die Predigten des Dominikaners Tauler (1300-1361) sehr geschätzt und häufig neu herausgegeben, weil sie in Ihnen viel "reformatorisches" Gedankengut entdeckten. Auch die vorliegende Predigt unter dem Motto "Wer nit eingeet in den Schaffstall, durch die Thür... Der ist ain dieb und morder" (Joh. 10) eignete sich sehr gut im Kampf gegen das Papsttum, so daß sie beim großen Augsburger Reformationsdrucker Ulhart d. Ä. als Flugschrift erschien. - Schönes breitrandiges Exemplar, nur wenig fleckig, meist an den Rändern. Auf dem letzten weißen Blatt ein schwacher Abklatsch von einem anderen Titel (mit Holzschnitt-Bordüre), der im gleichen Jahr erschien.
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2018-01-13 17:18:06
SAN BASILIO MAGNO.
Coloniae, Godefridi Hittorpii, 1523, 31 x 22 cm., hol. piel, 8 h. - 180 folios en caracteres góticos con bellas letras capitulares. (Portada grabada aunque remarginada en un folio blanco y falta del tercio inferior que afecta a la orla. Sello de anterior
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [ES]
2018-01-13 15:43:28
Grabador/Engraver: Anónimo, Dibujante/Draw Artist:Vico, Enea
Italia - ANÓNIMO (grabado) ENEA VICO (1523-1567) (diseño) ANTONIO LAFRERY (editor) Conjunto de 4 estampas de candeleros que fueron publicadas por primera vez por Antonio Salamanca; y tras él Antonio Lafrery y Enea Vico. (Roma, 1552-1567). Filigrana en forma de ancla. Cortadas cerca de la huella. Residuales restauraciones que apenas afectan la imagen. Precio del conjunto de 4 estampas. Siglo/Century: XVI Buril Papel verjurado Grabador/Engraver: Anónimo Dibujante/Draw Artist: Vico, Enea 1573 Altura papel/Paper height: 250 Anchura papel/Paper width: 180 Altura plancha/Plate height: Anchura plancha/Plate width:
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2018-01-10 17:22:42
Grabador: Anónimo, Dibujante:De Vries Vredeman, Hans
Flandes. JAN VAN DER STRAET (1523-1605) y HANS VREDEMAN DE VRIES (1527-) (dibujo); ANÓNIMO (grabado) Pareja de estampas de la parábola del sirviente desagradecido. Marcos con profusión de motivos grutescos. Inscripciones de San Mateo: At ille conseruum suum centum denariorium debitorium praefocat y Eumque tortoribus in carcere custodiendum tradit. Editada en Amberes, ca. 1560-1590. Buen estado de conservación. Ligeras manchas de adhesivos anteriores en una de ellas. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Anónimo. Dibujante: De Vries Vredeman, Hans. 1560-1590. Altura papelt: 227. Anchura papel: 323. Altura plancha:. Anchura plancha:
Bookseller: Palau Antiguitats [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-01-09 18:40:51
Gregorii Episcopi Nazanzeni,
First Edition, 33 sheets sider, 1523, Bound in a very beautiful modern paperbinding with titel on calf on spine. Binding signed bu on of the best daanish bookbinders Jens E.Hansen Aarhus With large woodcut on last page (Monstrorum profliga tor hercules
Bookseller: Andersens Antikvariat
2018-01-08 12:13:58
Indagine, Johannes ab:
Getruckt zu Straßburg/ durch Joannem Schott Buchtrucker zum Thyergarten. Anno. M. D. xxiii, 1523. sehr seltene deutsche Erstausgabe des im Vorjahr lateinisch erschienen Werkes "Introductiones apotelesmaticae elegantes in chyromantiam" aus dem gleichen Verlag über die drei verwandten okkulten Wissenschaften Chiromantie, Physiognomie und Astrologie. Das Werk wurde 1559 nach Dekret von Papst Paul IV auf den Index Librorum Prohibitorum gesetzt. Die "Kunst der Chiromantzey." ist überhaupt das zweite deutsche Werk zu diesem Thema, vorausgegangen war lediglich das Blockbuch "Die Kunst Chiromantia" von Johann Hartlieb (ca. 1470). Johannes Indagine (oder Johann Rosenbach oder Johannes von Hagen) lebte von 1467-1537 und war Priester in Steinheim in der Nähe von Frankfurt am Main. Er war berühmt wegen seiner Kenntnisse in Chiromantie und Astrologie und wurde Berater des Kurfürsten Albrecht von Brandenburg (dem er dieses Buch widmet). Das Werk erlebte einen enormen Erfolg in Europa, wurde 1536 ins Holländische, 1545 ins Französische und 1558 ins Englische übersetzt. "The Introductiones apotelesmaticae of John ab Indagine or von Hagen, a priest at Steinheim near Frankfurt, combine[s] astrology with physiognomy and chiromancy in one volume. [.] A Dedicatory preface [.] to Albrecht, Archbishop of Mainz, contains an attack on scholastic theology. The chiromantic part of Indagine`s work [.] is related to the planets as well as the lines of the hand. It is preceded by a brief resume on physiognomy. [.] The chiromancy is followed by a tract on determination of the planets of the horoscope and … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-07 16:45:23
SILIUS ITALICUS.
(Venice), Aldus, (1523) (Colophon at the end: 'Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asculani soceri, mense Iulio, 1523') 8vo. 210,(2 colophon & printer's mark) leaves. Calf 16 cm (Ref: EDIT16 37706; Renouard p. 98, 1523,6; Schweiger 2,954; Dibdin 2,405; Brunet 5,383; Graesse 6/1,404; Ebert 21225; USTC 56366; Neue Pauly, Suppl. 2 p. 549) (Details: Back with four raised bands. Aldus' woodcut printer's mark on the title, and on the verso of the last leaf. Printed completely in italics) (Condition: Binding scuffed. Joint cracked, but strong. Corners bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown, and a name on the front flyleaf. Old name and small note on the title. 2 1/2 cm of the blank upper margin of the title has been cut off, and replaced by a strip of paper. A few old underlinings in ink in the beginning) (Note: The Roman civil servant and poet Silius Italicus was born ca. 26 A.D. in Italica in Spain. He died ca.101 from self-starvation in his country-house near Naples, because he suffered from an incurable illness. Plinius Minor tells about him, that he 'inedia finisse vitam, causa mortis valetudo. Erat ille natus insanabilis clavus (...).' (Pliny Ep. 3,7,1) In retirement Silius Italicus wrote his Punica, a historical epic in 17 books and more than 12.000 verses, which recount the events of the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). His main source was Livy. The epic begins 'with Hannibal's oath and, except from digressions on Regulus and Anna, proceed in regular order of events to Scipio's triumph after Zama'. In this battle, fought in 202 B.C., Hannibal was finally defeated. His contem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
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2018-01-07 16:45:23
SILIUS ITALICUS.
(Venice), Aldus, (1523) (Colophon at the end: 'Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asculani soceri, mense Iulio, 1523') 8vo. 210,(2 colophon & printer's mark) leaves. Calf 16 cm (Ref: EDIT16 37706; Renouard p. 98, 1523,6; Schweiger 2,954; Dibdin 2,405; Brunet 5,383; Graesse 6/1,404; Ebert 21225; USTC 56366; Neue Pauly, Suppl. 2 p. 549) (Details: Back with four raised bands. Aldus' woodcut printer's mark on the title, and on the verso of the last leaf. Printed completely in italics) (Condition: Binding scuffed. Joint cracked, but strong. Corners bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown, and a name on the front flyleaf. Old name and small note on the title. 2 1/2 cm of the blank upper margin of the title has been cut off, and replaced by a strip of paper. A few old underlinings in ink in the beginning) (Note: The Roman civil servant and poet Silius Italicus was born ca. 26 A.D. in Italica in Spain. He died ca.101 from self-starvation in his country-house near Naples, because he suffered from an incurable illness. Plinius Minor tells about him, that he 'inedia finisse vitam, causa mortis valetudo. Erat ille natus insanabilis clavus (...).' (Pliny Ep. 3,7,1) In retirement Silius Italicus wrote his Punica, a historical epic in 17 books and more than 12.000 verses, which recount the events of the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). His main source was Livy. The epic begins 'with Hannibal's oath and, except from digressions on Regulus and Anna, proceed in regular order of events to Scipio's triumph after Zama'. In this battle, fought in 202 B.C., Hannibal was finally defeated. His contem … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [Netherlands]
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2018-01-03 04:05:29
BRACCIOLINI Poggio
per Benedetto & Augustino Bindoni. In-24 gr. (mm. 142x97), mz. pergamena con ang., tit. oro su tassello al dorso (picc. fori di tarlo), 48 cc.num., grande e bella vignetta finemente xilografata al frontespizio che raffigura "tre personaggi di cui uno tiene un sacco aperto (sulla destra); (sulla sinistra) un uomo getta alcuni biglietti nel sacco; ai suoi piedi un paniere pieno di carta e in alto, in una cartouche: "Dio te la mandi bona" (da una ediz. veneziana del 1519); testo in carattere gotico, ornato da due grandi e bei capilettera figur. a vignetta su fondo criblé, pure inc. su legno. Rarissima edizione, "tradutta de latino in vulgare ornatissimo", stampata nel mese di agosto 1523. Cfr. Sander,II, p. 991 che cita varie ediz. del '500 e numerose di Bindoni, a partire da quella in latino del 1523 - Brunet,IV,769-770 e Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 124 per altre ediz. del XVI sec. "E' il libro più fortunato dell'umanista fiorentino Poggio Bracciolini (1380-1459), completato e riordinato per la pubblicazione nel 1450-1452. L'autore, segretario della Curia romana, vi raccolse e variamente rielaborò gli aneddoti gustosi, le storie oscene, i commenti mordaci che si tenevano in una stanza della Cancelleria, alle spalle e spese di preti, frati, cardinali e dello stesso pontefice; o ch'egli aveva udito nei suoi viaggi, e trascritto con un gusto che si potrebbe dire giornalistico". Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,III, pp. 274. Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2018-01-01 19:09:07
Varthema, Lodovico di
Milan, Giovanni Angelo Scinzenzeler, (30 April, 1523. Octavo (185 x 130 mm). XLII ff. (A-E8, F2). Large woodcut on title with decorative woodcut border, putti above and below (Sander 7494 and pl. 93). Roman letter, numerous floriated white on black woodcut initials. Modern calf bound to style: covers with concentric frames in blind fillets, gilt fleurons at outer corners, central lozenge in gilt. Spine with five raised bands, lettered in gilt. Marbled endpapers. All edges gilt. Second original Italian edition, second issue of Ludovico di Varthema's famous travels to Arabia, Persia, and India: the highly important and adventurous narrative containing the first recorded visit of a Westerner to Mecca. His description of the Hijaz is especially valuable as it pre-dates the Ottoman occupation of 1520. All early editions of Varthema?s ?Itinerario? are exceedingly rare (even the 2013 Hajj exhibition at the MIA, Doha, only featured the 1654 reprint; cf. below). - Varthema, a gentleman adventurer and soldier from Bologna, left Venice at the end of 1502. In 1503 he reached Alexandria and ascended the Nile to Cairo, continuing to Beirut, Tripoli, Aleppo and Damascus, where, adopting Islam and taking the name of Yunas, he joined a Mameluke escort of a Hajj caravan and began the pilgrimage to Mecca. Varthema was amazed by what he observed: "Truly I never saw so many people collected in one spot as during the twenty days I remained there", he begins, and arriving at the Great Mosque, continues, "it would not be possible to describe the sweetness and the fragrances which are smelt within … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2017-12-30 05:26:25
SILIUS ITALICUS.
(Venice), Aldus, (1523) (Colophon at the end: 'Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asculani soceri, mense Iulio, 1523'). 8vo. 210,(2 colophon & printer's mark) leaves. Calf 16 cm (Ref: EDIT16 37706; Renouard p. 98, 1523,6; Schweiger 2,954; Dibdin 2,405; Brunet 5,383; Graesse 6/1,404; Ebert 21225; USTC 56366; Neue Pauly, Suppl. 2 p. 549) (Details: Back with four raised bands. Aldus' woodcut printer's mark on the title, and on the verso of the last leaf. Printed completely in italics) (Condition: Binding scuffed. Joint cracked, but strong. Corners bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown, and a name on the front flyleaf. Old name and small note on the title. 2 1/2 cm of the blank upper margin of the title has been cut off, and replaced by a strip of paper. A few old underlinings in ink in the beginning) (Note: The Roman civil servant and poet Silius Italicus was born ca. 26 A.D. in Italica in Spain. He died ca.101 from self-starvation in his country-house near Naples, because he suffered from an incurable illness. Plinius Minor tells about him, that he 'inedia finisse vitam, causa mortis valetudo. Erat ille natus insanabilis clavus (.).' (Pliny Ep. 3,7,1) In retirement Silius Italicus wrote his Punica, a historical epic in 17 books and more than 12.000 verses, which recount the events of the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). His main source was Livy. The epic begins 'with Hannibal's oath and, except from digressions on Regulus and Anna, proceed in regular order of events to Scipio's triumph after Zama'. In this battle, fought in 202 B.C., Hannibal was finally defeated. His contempo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-12-28 08:16:57
SILIUS ITALICUS.
(Venice), Aldus, (1523) (Colophon at the end: 'Venetiis in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asculani soceri, mense Iulio, 1523'). 8vo. 210,(2 colophon & printer's mark) leaves. Calf 16 cm (Ref: EDIT16 37706; Renouard p. 98, 1523,6; Schweiger 2,954; Dibdin 2,405; Brunet 5,383; Graesse 6/1,404; Ebert 21225; USTC 56366; Neue Pauly, Suppl. 2 p. 549) (Details: Back with four raised bands. Aldus' woodcut printer's mark on the title, and on the verso of the last leaf. Printed completely in italics) (Condition: Binding scuffed. Joint cracked, but strong. Corners bumped. Bookplate on front pastedown, and a name on the front flyleaf. Old name and small note on the title. 2 1/2 cm of the blank upper margin of the title has been cut off, and replaced by a strip of paper. A few old underlinings in ink in the beginning) (Note: The Roman civil servant and poet Silius Italicus was born ca. 26 A.D. in Italica in Spain. He died ca.101 from self-starvation in his country-house near Naples, because he suffered from an incurable illness. Plinius Minor tells about him, that he 'inedia finisse vitam, causa mortis valetudo. Erat ille natus insanabilis clavus (.).' (Pliny Ep. 3,7,1) In retirement Silius Italicus wrote his Punica, a historical epic in 17 books and more than 12.000 verses, which recount the events of the Second Punic War (218-201 BC). His main source was Livy. The epic begins 'with Hannibal's oath and, except from digressions on Regulus and Anna, proceed in regular order of events to Scipio's triumph after Zama'. In this battle, fought in 202 B.C., Hannibal was finally defeated. His contempo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
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2017-12-19 14:42:10
OECOLAMPADIUS, Johannes.
- (Basel, A. Cratander), 1523. 4to. 12 Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre u. Druckermarke am Schluß. Moderner Pappband. Erste (einzige) Ausgabe. - Seltene Schrift des Basler Reformators, dass die Almosen unterschiedlos an alle Bedürftigen zu verteilen seien. Oecolampadius war nach dem Zwischenspiel als Schlosskaplan bei Franz v. Sickingen Ende 1522 nach Basel zurückgekehrt. Ohne eine feste Anstellung arbeitete er zunächst für den Basler Buchdrucker Cratander an der Übersetzung der Kirchenväter. Die Universität verweigerte ihm die Ausübung seiner Lehrbefugnis, so dass er seine Vorlesungen unter wachsendem Zulauf außerhalb der Universität halten musste. Aber schon im Laufe eines Jahres war sein Ansehen so groß, dass er hier zu Fragen der kirchlichen Diakonie autoritativ Stellung nehmen konnte. - Mit prachtvoller architektonischer Titelbordüre mit musizierenden Puttos von Hans Franck und Cratanders Druckermarke in der schönsten Version Hans Holbeins d.J. (vgl. Wendland, Signete 94,5). - Stähelin 77; VD 16, O 370; Adams O 101 (unvollständiges Expl.). - Seitlich unbeschnitten. Etwas gebräunt u. angestaubt, teilw. mit schmalem Wasserrand. Bl. 6 mit hinterlegtem Randeinriß. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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