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2014-02-10 11:40:02
BALMES (Abraham ben Meir de)
Impressa Venetijs In aedibus Danielis Bo[m]bergi [Venise, Daniel Bomberger], 1523.. In-4, plein velin ivoire rigide de l'epoque, piece de titre de veau bordeaux, tranches rouges (quelques petites rep. de velin), [632] p. Edition originale et unique, tres rare, de la premiere grammaire hebreu des temps modernes, donnee dans sa version bilingue latin/hebreu. Tres complete et classee de facon methodique, cette grammaire est la premiere a confronter la science philologique judeo-arabe avec le systeme grammatical du latin et a traiter philosophiquement de la construction de l'hebreu. Elle est egalement la premiere a aborder la syntaxe de facon systematique, comme partie integrante, mais autonome de la grammaire. Son plan (phonetique, morphologie, syntaxe), qui se substitue au plan classique (nom, verbe, particule), est le premier du genre dans une grammaire hebraique. L'essai traite, par ailleurs, de sujets inexplores avant lui: combinaison des noms avec les verbes, des noms avec les noms, accord du nom et du verbe, etc. Il est ainsi cite comme l'un des essais philologiques le plus important de son temps. Abraham ben Meir de Balmes (Lecce c. 1440 - Venise, 1523), obtint un doctorat de medecine et de philosophie a l'Universite de Naples. Lorsque la communaute juive fut expulsee de cette ville, il se refugia a Venise, devint medecin du Cardinal Grimani et se consacra a la traduction d'oeuvres philosophiques et scientifiques arabes et hebraisantes. Son enseignement et ses travaux obtinrent un tres grand rayonnement tant a l'interieur qu'en dehors des cercles juifs. Homme de la Rena … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Hatchuel
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2014-02-08 14:49:21
Gerung, Christoph.
Ohne Ort und Drucker (Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner), 1523.. 12 Bl. Mit vierteiliger Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Hans Weiditz. 4° (20 x 15 cm). Moderner Kleisterpapier-Umschlag.. Einzige Ausgabe, erster von zwei Drucken mit minimalen typographischen Abweichungen. - Seltene reformatorische Schrift. Gerung war Prediger am Elisabethenkloster in Memmingen und ist dem Umfeld des Memminger Reformators Christoph Schappeler zuzurechnen, seine "Biographie ist wenig erhellt; ob Gerung in den Jahren 1524/25 noch in der Stadt weilte ist unsicher" (Blickle). In der vorliegenden Flugschrift tritt Gerung für ein neues Sakramentsverständnis ein: "Das Priestertum aller Gläubigen macht es überflüssig, daß die Laien den Priestern beichten, vielmehr ist der Beichte ihr eigentlicher Sinn zurückzugeben: durch die Sünde werden Menschen und Gott gekränkt, folglich hat der Sünder vor beiden seine Verfehlungen zu bekennen [...] Gerungs Beichtverständnis lebt auch aus der Hoffnung, daß sich so die alltäglichen Beziehungen zwischen den Menschen verchristlichen ließen. Kirchenkritik gewinnt hier einen starken gesellschaftsbessernden Zug" (Peter Blickle, Memmingen - ein Zentrum der Reformation, in: Geschichte der Stadt Memmingen I, S. 383). - Mit schöner ornamentaler Titelbordüre von Hans Weiditz. - Vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig. Sehr schönes Exemplar. *VD 16 G 1642. British Museum, German Books, 356. Dodgson II, 153, 38. Kuczynski 898.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel
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2014-02-08 14:02:51
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 withi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2014-01-23 06:39:09
in Latin with translation, of "a dwelling in Capel, bounded by Maryons Lane on the east ... the tenement of the said William Reve formerly Samsons on the west ... south by ... Grottes and north by the king's highway from Ipswich to Colchester", Dwyth formerly held it jointly with Reve and with "John Goffe of Grottes and William Petytt, [both] now deceased, of the grant and enfeoffment of John Page of Wherstede John Herde John Page of Freston and Thomas Clerke of Kersey", attractive decorated initial 'S', vellum, 1 side 5¾" x 13½", Capel, 29th December lacks seal The witnesses are named as Richard Pascall of Capel, Thomas Blythe, Roger Card, Robert Keryche, John Fyner and others.
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre ABA ILAB PADA [Calne, United Kingdom]
2014-01-04 08:44:00
Title & A1r printed in red & black within ornamental strapwork woodcut borders, woodcut initials, & numerous woodcut diagrams in the margins including depictions of barrels, sacks, & weighing instruments. 8 p.l., 224 leaves; 76 leaves. Two parts in one vol. Small folio (313 x 220 mm.), early 19th-century vellum-backed marbled boards (occasional minor dampstaining or browning). Toscolano: Paganino de' Paganini, 20 December 1523. Second edition, the reprint of the extremely rare first edition of 1494, "the earliest printed book to treat algebra comprehensively. An important volume in that it contains the theories of Leonardo Fibonacci of Pisa (ca. 1170-1250), whose works transmitted Hindu-Arabic numerals and theories to the West and thus marked the beginning of the mathematical renaissance. It discusses double-entry bookkeeping and presents methods of accountancy that have stood the test of centuries. In includes part of the text of the Libro che tratta di mercanzie of Chiarini, first printed at Florence in 1481; and the influential theories of perspective advanced by Pacioli's former teacher, Piero della Francesca (ca.1416-1492)."-Stillwell, The Awakening Interest in Science during the First Century of Printing, 203-(describing the 1st ed.). This is a most handsomely illustrated book. The first leaf of text has a large woodcut initial "L" depicting Pacioli standing with a book before him and a pair of compasses in his hand. On leaf E4v there is a full-page chart of hands showing the position of the fingers to signify numbers. This block is from the 1494 edition. The … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2013-10-29 18:31:30
Chrysostomus, Johannes; Brixianus, Bernardo
Jean Petit, Paris, 1523. Early Edition. Hardcover (Half Vellum). Very Good Condition. Later half vellum over marbled boards, added endpapers, boards rubbed, scar and tear to spine and lettering piece. 2 volumes in 1, books five and six of the works of the 4th century Archbishop, containing Homilies and Sermons - the second book printed in 1525 (title dated 1525, dated 1524 at the colophon). The first title page is worn and stained, light dampstain at the top of the first few pages and the top and bottom occasionally elsewhere and a bit heavier to the last dozen or so leaves, just touching the text at the edges; scattered mild foxing - generally quite clean and bright. An attractively printed book, with historiated initials throughout, by the great Parisian printer - following in the footsteps of a 1517 Froben edition. CXCVI, CCXXII leaves, lacking any blanks. Fairly frequent errors in foliation, but complete. Rare. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044196. .
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
2013-09-11 16:38:19
Romanorum libellus, iamprimumnitori restitutus. Pomponii Laeti itidem de magistratibus et sacerdotiis et praeteria de diuersis legibus Rom. Item Valerii Probi grammatici literis antiquis opusculum. Basilia, Valentinus Cyrio. 1523. 8:o. Title within woodcut borders. 92 leaves. Later half-calf with golddecorated spine (mid 19th century). Small tear lower joint at the foot of spine. Contemporary annotations in ink, one lower margin page 5 and on the title page. Two later bookplates on front free endpaper and pastedown with two owners´ signatures. 16 x 11 cm
Bookseller: Antiquaria
2013-07-22 14:06:13
M T Ciceronis; Marcus Tullius Cicero; Aldo Manuzio; Franciscus Asulanus [Editor]
Venetiis : in aedibus Aldi et Andreae Asulani soceri, 1523-01-01. Hardcover. Good. 2 volume set. 17 cm. 8vo. [8], 251, [5]; 214, [2] leaves, including blanks f8 and I4-6 in first volume, and penultimate colophon leaf and final leaf with Aldine device in both. First Aldine edition. <br> 19th-century 1/4 red leather spine. Marbled boards. Boards worn, with loss to later marbled paper. Blue edges. Clean, white, umarked pages. Imprint from colophon. "A great part of this Aldine edition was published by Andreas Asulanus" -- Dibdin, T.F. Introduction to the knowledge of rare and valuable editions of the Greek and Latin classics, p. 392. <br>References: Adams C-1741 for Vol I; Fock, p. 44; Quaritch Aldines. Renouard, page 97(4-5); New UCLA 222, 225.<br>Provenace: 19th-century armorial bookplate with motto 'Fuimus' and monogram HKB. From the library of noted book collector Kenneth Rapoport, with bookplate on verso.
Bookseller: SequiturBooks [U.S.A.]
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2013-07-18 00:46:25
Italy: Aldine Press, 1523. 146pp plus 2 leaves. including colophon leaf and final leaf with Aldine device on verso. 8vo measuring 143x90mm full vellum boards. boards slighty warped from taut vellum. blue sprinkled edges. Venice: House of Aldus and Andrea of Asola, May 1523. There is a bookplate inside front board. Very Good . First Edition Thus. Vellum. Very Good Plus/Not Issued. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Rare Book.
Bookseller: First Landing Books & Art
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2013-06-13 14:00:15
(ALBERTINI, Francesco, ca. 1470-1520). -
Roma, Mazzocchi, 1523.In-4 picc. Legatura del '700 in mezza pelle. Titolo entro ampia cornice architettonica con motivi floreali, figure mitologiche, un ritratto e lo stemma di Adriano VI, ed un motivo ornamentale in fine. (4), 92 (mal num. CXII), (72) ff.; frontespizio leggermente rifilato in alto, lieve alone nel margine inferiore dei primi 8 fogli ed insignificante traccia di tarlo in 4 fogli; alcune nitide postille a penna del '500; della biblioteca di Giannalisa Feltrinelli con il suo ex libris e timbro a secco sul primo foglio bianco. Prima ed unica edizione di questa raccolta. Inizia con il ?De mirabilibus urbis Romae? (92 ff.) dell?antiquario e storico d?arte fiorentino Albertini che tratta la città antica e moderna, con informazioni su palazzi, chiese ed artisti che vi hanno lavorato; di notevole interesse è la descrizione della Cappella Sistina con i più antichi riferimenti apparsi in stampa su Michelangelo; in fine c?è il ?De laudibus civitatum Florentiae et Saonis? con un elenco di fiorentini illustri ed un riferimento ad Amerigo Vespucci ed alle sue scoperte. Seguono altre opere su Roma di vari autori. Choix 17970. Schudt 434 e 806. Rossetti G-255. Cicognara 3854. Harrisse, Additions, 74. First and only edition of this collection of early works on Rome by various authors. The main part is occupied by Albertini?s ?De mirabilibus urbis Romae?. Title within a large woodcut border (slightly shaved at top). Light damp stain at beginning and small wormholes in 4 leaves; some early marginal notes; 18th century half calf.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2013-01-13 17:12:21
In-24 gr. (mm. 142x97), mz. pergam. con ang., tit. oro su tassello al dorso (picc. fori di tarlo), 48 cc.num., grande e bella vignetta finemente silografata 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. Diz. Opere Bompiani,III, pp. 274: ?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?. Esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-05 03:40:04
Luther, M
VD 16, L 3633; Panzer II, 430, 2999; Bibl. Linden Collat. VII, Nr. 513.- Einer von sechs Drucken aus demselben Jahr.- Sammelausgabe der acht von Luther 1522 nach seiner Rückkehr nach Wittenberg gehaltenen Predigten. 'Er brachte hiermit das Ungestüm, mit welchem dort die Reformen begonnen worden waren, sofort zur Ruhe. Diese Sermone bleiben ein Hauptdenkmal seiner nach dieser Seite hin gerichteten reformatorischen Thätigkeit.' (ADB XIX, 674).- Titel mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand, wenige alte Anstreichungen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
2013-01-02 13:29:44
In-24 gr. (mm. 147x99), p. pelle ottocentesca (risg. rifatti), 88 cc.nn.; al frontespizio, con tit. in rosso e nero, grande vignetta silografica che raffigura Arlotto in conversazione con tre personaggi; ben illustrato nel t. (a due colonne) da 16 vignette, pure inc. su legno. Celebre raccolta di facezie, edita dopo la morte dell?A. da un anonimo amico, vivacemente scritta, che ebbe grande fortuna, anche fuori Italia. Cfr. Brunet,I,482: ?Cette édition reproduit le titre de celle de 1523, lequel a été également copié dans plusieurs autres? - Sander e Essling citano numerose ediz. del Cinquecento ma non la ns. - Melzi,I, p. 86: ?Arlotto (Piovano) era Arlotto Mainardi (1396-1484), piovano di S. Giusto di Fiorenza, di cui furono stampati i motti e le facezie in varie edizioni sul cominciare del secolo XVI. La prima edizione è di Firenze, per Bernardo Zucchetta, senz?anno, in-4°, che potrebbe essere venuta alla luce sulla fine del secolo antecedente?. Corto di margini ma complessivam. ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2012-12-31 12:31:58
In-folio (330x210mm), pp. (36) 566 (2). Solida legatura settecentesca in piena pelle maculata con dorso a 6 nervi. Bellissimo frontespizio figurato in xilografia (il titolo a stampa è incorniciato da ricchissime figurazioni allegoriche e dalle immagini dei poeti, dei filosofi e degli scienziati dell'antica Grecia) di Jacob Faber ed Hans Holbein il Giovane; il secondo f. e la pag. 1 sono decorati da due ricche bordure architettoniche intarsiate da composizioni vegetali e animate da volti e figure umane opera degli stessi artisti; grandi capilettera figurati con scene di giochi, putti, fregi con colonne, figure grottesche e animali fantastici e decorazioni xilografiche nel testo. Ampi indici. Carattere romano. Al verso dell'ultima carta, impresa tipografica in xilografia con figure allegoriche. Qualche difetto superficiale alla legatura e qualche alone chiaro, perlopiù al margine basso di alcune sezioni di carte (più marcato alle carte finali). Celebre ed affascinante cinquecentina di Basilea del ""De Situ Orbis"", la più antica opera geografica dell'antichità pervenutaci completa, che in 17 libri descrive il mondo conosciuto anticamente; la presente è anche la prima edizione in lingua latina (la traduzione è dovuta a Guarino Veronese e a Gregorius Tiphernas, mentre la cura dell'edizione è di C. Heresbach). Nei primi due libri l'autore introduce l'argomento tracciando una storia della geografia da Omero fino ai suoi tempi, poi discute la sua metodologia in polemica con geografi ""matematici"" come Eratostene ed Ipparco, dichiarando di adottare il metodo della geografia ""fisi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-06-30 05:23:06
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2012-06-29 17:22:27
JUVENAL. [Gótico.]
Ed. Simon Vicent. Lyon, 1523. . 26 cm. 6 h.,144 fol. Texto con apostillas marginales. Portada arquitectónica a dos tintas. Ilustr. con grabados xilográficos al principio de cada sátira, en el texto, marcas tipográficas grabadas en la portada y en el colofón, capitales. Enc. en pergamino reciente. Fina señal de polilla restaurada. Anotaciones antiguas manuscritas. * Edición gótica de las Sátiras de Juvenal, comentadas de Josse Bade y Antonio Mancinelli, acompañadas de unos bellos grabados xilográficos. Literatura latina. Gótico [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-06-17 14:08:03
Gótico.] [OVIDIO.]
Imp. Antonio du Ry. Lyon, 1523. . 23,5 cm. 4 h., 120 fol., 1 h. y 1 lám. con un diagrama. Portada arquitectónica a dos tintas con grabados, capitales ilustradas, y pequeñas series de tres grabados xilográficos enmarcados al principio de cada capítulo. La hoja de la lámina y del colofón restaurada afectando el grabado de san Vicente, con pérdida de parte de la imagen. Enc. en pleno pergamino, ruedas, nervios. Algunas hojas remarginadas y restauraciones en las últimas hojas impidiendo la lectura de algunas letras. * Edición comentada de las Heroidas, la Epístola de Safo a Faon y el enigmático poema Ibis por Calderino, Egnazio, Merula y Josse Bade. Al final incluye una vida de Ovidio por Petro Crinito (Pietro Ricci). Literatura latina. Poesía.
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Farré [Barcelona, Spain]
2012-06-01 08:35:40
ALDUS, ALDINE, Venice, 1523. 212 leaves, the first leaf being the title page has been relaid on old paper retaining the Aldine anchor device, which is also on the verso of the last leaf. Binding: bound in 19th century calf, blindstamped, which has been re-spined in later calf with title label onset on brown morocco with gilt lettering. Renouard 98/6. Printed in very clear italic type, in Latin, throughout. All edges speckled. A hole has been punched through leaves 2,3 & 4 at the head of the page, therefore with no loss. Extinct wormholes in several locations, mainly in the margins so no loss of text. Armorial bookplate of Sir Lucius O'Brien Bart relaid on new endpapers. This is a book which has been deservedly rescued and restored to a most presentable condition. SPLENDID VALUE, ALDINE EDITION Size: 6.25 X 4 INCHES, 16 X 10 CMS [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: K Books Ltd ABA ILAB [York, YORKS, United Kingdom]
2012-04-22 02:03:19
LUSCINIUS, O. [d. i. Ottmar Nachtigall]
(Augsburg, Grimm 1523).. 163 (v. 164) nn. Bll. Mit gr. Druckermarke am letzten Bl. u. Initialen. HPgmt. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. Titelbl. fehlt. Einige Bll. wasserrand. 1 Bl. m. kl. Eckeinriß. VD 16 N28; Nicht bei Adams
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
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2012-04-05 17:30:51
Plautus, Titus Maccius
Cratander, Basle 1523 - 1st Basle edition, 592 leaves, woodcut title border and initials, full antique-style pigskin-effect blind stamped calf by Bayntun retaining two large fragments of a 15th century manuscript as endpapers, corner of A8 torn away with missing text of 15 words supplied in later manuscript, occasional light waterstaining, 8vo (11.5x17.5cm) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Flora Books [United Kingdom]
2012-02-02 18:39:10
Coloniae, Godefridi Hittorpii, 1523, 31 x 22 cm., encuadernación del Siglo XVIII en holandesa piel, 8 hojas + 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 poseedor. Tercera edición de las obras completas de este santo de la Iglesia Ortodoxa y Católica, Obispo de de Cesárea). RELIGIÓN
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Antonio Mateos [Malaga, Spain]
2011-10-13 18:14:46
Luther, M.
1523. . VD 16, L 3633; Panzer II, 430, 2999; Bibl. Linden Collat. VII, Nr. 513.- Einer von sechs Drucken aus demselben Jahr.- Sammelausgabe der acht von Luther 1522 nach seiner Rückkehr nach Wittenberg gehaltenen Predigten. 'Er brachte hiermit das Ungestüm, mit welchem dort die Reformen begonnen worden waren, sofort zur Ruhe. Diese Sermone bleiben ein Hauptdenkmal seiner nach dieser Seite hin gerichteten reformatorischen Thätigkeit.' (ADB XIX, 674).- Titel mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand, wenige alte Anstreichungen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm
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2009-03-15 23:10:50
Postinkunabel - Basilius der Große:
Köln, Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, Juni 1523. 8 nn. Bll., fol. 180. Mit (allegorischem) Holzschnitt-Titel von Lützelburger nach Hans Holbein und zahlr. Holzschnitt-Initialen. nach Holbeins Kinder-Alphabet 2°. Schweinsleder d. Z. auf 4 Bünden, mit reicher Streicheisen-, Roll-, und Plattenstempel-Blindprägung. Angebunden: Gregor von Nazianz: Divi Gregorii theologie episcopi Nazanzeni. De theologia libri quinque nuper e Graeco sermone in Latinu(m) a Petro Mosellano Protegense traducti. Basel, Froben, 1523. 46 nn. Bll. Erste Ausgabe. Mit Druckermarke auf Titelei und verso letztem, weißem Blatt; mit zahlr. Holzschnitt-Initialen von Lützelburger nach Hans Holbein. Die Widmung des Petrus Mosellanus richtet sich an den Trierer Erzbischof Richard. Etwas berieben bzw. beschabt; Reste eines Bibl.-Schildes am Rücken; kleiner hs. Titel auf Vorderdeckel; einige kl. Wurmspuren an den Deckeln; einige Wurmgänge mit geringem Buchstabenverlust; hs. Besitzvermerk verso Vorsatz, datiert 1531; Besitzvermerk auf Titelei; zahlr. Paginierungsfehler im 1. Titel, aber komplett; teils mit Tintenunterstreichungen und -glossen von alter Hand. Bei dem Cervicornus-Druck des Basilius handelt es sich um einen Neudruck der Froben-Ausgabe vom Februar 1523, der unverändert den Bildteil der Titelei wiedergibt: Rechts zupft der Tyrann Dionysus am Barte des Aeskulap, derweil dessen Vater, Apollo, ohne Bart daneben steht; links greift Dionysus nach dem Goldgehänge einer Götterstatue; in einer Nische zu Füßen liegt die sterbende Cleopatra (vgl. Hans Wolff: Die Baseler Buchornamentik). Zu Basilius: VD16 B 640; STC Ge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat am Moritzberg [Hildesheim, NDS, Germany]

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