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2017-05-12 12:44:49
MANOSCRITTO
1525. manoscritto cartaceo in-8 gr., pp. (2), 120, leg. ottocentesca p. pelle con fregi al d. Tagli color. Dall'indice a c.1 sono elencati i "Trattati" di seguito commentati: Trattato di Madrid (1525), di Chambray (1529), di Crespy (1544), Cambresis (1559), Veruin (1598), Ratisbona (1630), Cherasco (1631), Amburgo (1643), Osnabruck (1648), Munster (1648), dei Pirenei (1659), Lorraine (1661 e 1663), La Chapelle (1668), Nimega (1678 e 1679), Ratisbona (1684). [124]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium
2017-05-11 17:01:50
Beham, Hans Sebald (1500 Nürnberg - 1550 Frankfurt am Main),
Mit der Umschrift \"MELCHER PFINCZING BROBST ZV . ALBANI. DECHENT . S VICDOR.\" Schöner, teils etwas unklarer Druck mit der Einfassung. 5,3 cm Durchmesser. Bartsch 79. Pauli 264. Aumüller 285. Der Probst Pfinzing stand in persönlichen Beziehnungen zu der Familie Beham und setzte sich 1525 für die Begnadigung von der Verbannung im Rate zu Nürnberg ein. Das Fehlen des Monogramms hatte zeitweise zu Zweifel an der Autorschaft Behams geführt, die jedoch wie Pauli beschreibt inzwischen ausgeräumt sind. Es reiht sich ein in eine Folge von sieben weiteren Wappendarstellungen. Ehemals aus Sammlungen P. Davidsohn, Berlin (Lugt 654) sowie Dr. Karl Osthof und Hugo Ahne, Aussig (beide nicht bei Lugt). - Sehr gut erhalten. Ein Sammlerstempel schwach nach recto durchscheinend. Verso mit altem Montierungsstreifen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Altmeistergraphik, Probst Pfinzing, Nürnberg, Altmeistergraphik, 16. Jahrhundert
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs
2017-05-02 08:07:17
LOMBARDO PIETRO.
A dicentio de portonarijs in bico mercuriali, 1525. In 16°, cc.n. CXLVI + CXLI. Appunti manoscritti sul front. , poi cancellati. Chiose e sottolineature su diverse pp. Il vol. si presenta privo dei piatti e con il d. mancante di lembo. Stampa a carattere gotico rotondo.
Bookseller: Libreria Cicerone M.T.
2017-05-01 10:16:32
Beham, Hans Sebald (1500 Nürnberg - 1550 Frankfurt am Main),
1525. Mit der Umschrift "MELCHER PFINCZING BROBST ZV . ALBANI. DECHENT . S VICDOR." Schöner, teils etwas unklarer Druck mit der Einfassung. Bartsch 79. Pauli 264. Aumüller 285. Der Probst Pfinzing stand in persönlichen Beziehnungen zu der Familie Beham und setzte sich 1525 für die Begnadigung von der Verbannung im Rate zu Nürnberg ein. Das Fehlen des Monogramms hatte zeitweise zu Zweifel an der Autorschaft Behams geführt, die jedoch wie Pauli beschreibt inzwischen ausgeräumt sind. Es reiht sich ein in eine Folge von sieben weiteren Wappendarstellungen. Ehemals aus Sammlungen P. Davidsohn, Berlin (Lugt 654) sowie Dr. Karl Osthof und Hugo Ahne, Aussig (beide nicht bei Lugt). - Sehr gut erhalten. Ein Sammlerstempel schwach nach recto durchscheinend. Verso mit altem Montierungsstreifen. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 0
Bookseller: Kunstantiquariat Joachim Lührs [Hamburg, Germany]
2017-04-29 09:58:58
Velleius Paterculus (c.19 BC - 31 AD).
Florentiae [Florence]: Per haeredes Philippi Juntae [Filippo Giunta], 1525., 1525.. Good. - Small octavo, 6-1/2 inches high by 4 inches wide. Bound in early natural limp vellum titled in holograph on the spine. Lacking the early ties, the warped covers are heavily stained and creased and the head and tail of the spine are slightly chipped. The collation is as follows: [16] unnumbered pages including the index, leaves 105 [i.e. 205] to 267 (i.e. 126 pages numbered on the rectos only). The colophon is printed on page 267. An attractive printer's mark illustrates the verso of the rear blank. The first pages of this book, consisting of leaves 205 through 234, are variously misnumbered. There is a small chip out from the bottom of the title page with scattered light foxing and occasional spotting & minor stains throughout. Early annotations with some underlining are faintly penned in sienna in the margins of 18 pages. A good complete copy. <p>The second edition. RARE.<p>From the collection of Arthur Mullin, with his serpent & anchor bookplate mounted on the front endpaper.<p>The Editio princeps of Velleius Paterculus was published by Johann Froben in 1520. It was edited by Beatus Rhenanus. This 1525 second edition published by Giunta is rare. It was not known to Maittaire or to Fabricius. It was issued as an addendum to the Giunta publication "Trogi Pompei Externae historiae in compendium ab lustino redactae". The text is a reimpression of the 1520 first edition and contains the dedicatory epistle by Rhenanus.<p>Velleius Paterculus (c. 19 BC to 31 AD) was a Roman historian. His … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Blue Mountain Books & Manuscripts, Ltd.
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2017-04-28 13:05:48
Janssen, Johannes / Pastor, Ludwig (Hg.)
Band 1: Die allgemeinen Zustände des deutschen Volkes beim Ausgang des Mittelalters, Band 2: Aufstände des deutschen Volkes seit dem Beginn der plitisch-kirchlichen Revolution bis zum Ausgang der sozialen Revolution von 1525, Band 3: Allgemeine Aufstände des deutschen Volkes seit dem Ausgang der sozialen Revolution bis zum sogenannten Augsburger Religionsfrieden von 1555, Band 4: Allgem. Aufstände des deutschen Volkes seit dem sogenannten Augsburger Religionsfrieden vom Jahre 1555 bis zur Verkündigung der Concordienformel im Jahre 1580, Band 5: Vorbereitung des dreißigjährigen Kriegessehr gut erhaltene Exemplare.
Bookseller: schnappschnuess
2017-04-25 20:50:18
KELLER, Michael.
- O.O., Dr. u. J. (Augsburg, Ph. Ulhart, 1525). 4to. 24 Bl. Mit schönem Titelholzschnitt (Abendmahl). Moderner Umschlag. Erste Ausgabe; eine von zwei Druckvarianten. - Die Augsburger Barfüßerkirche war die Kirche der unteren Volksschichten. Hier versuchte Michael Keller, ein neues evangelisches Gemeindeleben aufzubauen. Mit seinen rhetorisch ebenso einfachen wie eindringlichen Predigten sammelte er einen Kreis von Anhängern ("Michaeliten"), die sich später bis zum Bildersturm radikalisierten (vgl. RE XVI, 738). Kellers Predigten über das Abendmahl wenden sich von der Zwinglischen Auffassung her "mit heftigstem Gepolter hauptsächlich gegen die katholische Lehre von der Messe und Verwandlung" (Schottenloher S. 32). - Exemplar mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk von Martin Borrhaus Cellarius. Der Reuchlinschüler Borrhaus ist dem linken Spektrum der Reformation zuzurechnen. Er stand zu diesem Zeitpunkt den Wiedertäufern nahe (Streitgespräch mit Luther) und entfaltete eine umfangreiche Reise- und Werbetätigkeit. In Preußen war er seiner religiösen Anschauungen wegen verhaftet und ausgewiesen worden. Ähnlich wie Karlstadt und S. Franck war Borrhaus ein "Gegner der Verkirchlichung der Reformation, Vertreter individueller Laienfrömmigkeit unter humanistisch-erasmischem Einfluss (und ein) Vorkämpfer der Toleranz" (RGG). - Kuczynski 1163; Schottenloher, Ulhart 108 b; VD 16 K 655. - Gebräunt, finger- u. wasserfleckig. Titel stark fleckig u. mit Buntstiftvermerk. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2017-04-25 06:46:07
Martin Luther; Ulrich Zwingli):
Zürich Christoph Froschauer d Ä 1525 - Zweispaltiges, 48-zeiliges O-Bibelblatt mit zwei vierzeiligen verzierten Metallschnitt-Initialen und einem Holzschnitt (7,3 x 7,3 cm). Blatt mit der Signatur Eii. Blatt fingerfleckig und im Rand mit kl. Fehlstellen oder Einrissen. Blattgröße: 19,5 x 29,5 cm. Schweizer Erstausgabe. Blatt aus dem ersten Schweizer Druck der Teile I bis III des Alten Testaments in der Übersetzung von Martin Luther aus dem Jahre 1525. Erst 1529 folgten bei Froschauer die Teile IV und V des Alten Testaments. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-04-25 06:46:07
Martin Luther; Ulrich Zwingli):
Zürich Christoph Froschauer d Ä 1525 - Zweispaltiges, 48-zeiliges O-Bibelblatt mit einem Holzschnitt (7,3 x 7,3 cm). Blatt ohne Signatur. Blatt fingerfleckig und im Rand mit kl. Fehlstellen oder Einrissen. Blattgröße: 19,5 x 29,5 cm. Schweizer Erstausgabe. Blatt aus dem ersten Schweizer Druck der Teile I bis III des Alten Testaments in der Übersetzung von Martin Luther aus dem Jahre 1525. Erst 1529 folgten bei Froschauer die Teile IV und V des Alten Testaments. Der Kampf Davids gegen Goliath. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Christine Laist
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2017-04-22 16:02:08
Homer
The Iliad 8vo. ll. [2], 277, [3]. Greek text, save for the dedicatory epistle to Philipp Melanchthon which is in Latin. Vellum leaf before and after text. The title page is a woodcut by Hans Weiditz with a wide border showing scenes and characters from the Iliad. Inside the border and printed from a separate block is the title and the printer's device of Wolfgang Köpfel with putti lifting a stone on a shield . The device is repeated as on the printer's imprint on the last page. The Greek epigram translates broadly as "He made the complex readable". The title page refers to Kopfel as Vuolf. Cephal., the abbreviated Greeked version of Wolfgang Kopfel. A lovely binding by the nineteenth century Paris firm of Simier. Red straight grain morocco. Upper and lower covers decorated with gilt borders, a blind-stamped Greek key design and gilt decorative rules. Spine has five raised bands and six compartments. Decorated at the head and foot with a rules and diagonal pattern in gilt. At the foot of the spine in gilt are the date and "relié par Simier". Five of the compartments are decorated with an ornate blind-stamped decorative pattern. The title is in gilt on the second (plain) compartment. Dentelles with a gilt foliate design. Endpapers are a particularly attractive pink and green "spatter" design. The text is in excellent condition with only occasional foxing and spotting. There are some manuscript annotations, underlinings and markings all in brown ink. Front pastedown has a bookplate for Sir George Young. This is a beautiful copy, in a very nice binding, of an important … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: VOEWOOD RARE BOOKS [UK]
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2017-03-30 08:08:43
Homer; Johann Lonicer
Strasbourg: Wolfgang Köpfel, 1525. Early Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Attractively rebound in full mottled calf, blind tooled, red leather lettering piece. First and last few pages chipped and worn at edges, minor wormholes in margin, otherwise light scattered foxing a few light stains, small tear in outer margin of page 42 - a clean copy overall. One volume of two, the second contains theOdyssey, but they are more often encountered separately. Attractive title page with woodcut scenes from the poem, tear to colophon page. Lacking the front and rear blanks, with new added blanks and marbled endpapers. 277 (3) leaves. Adams H746, Brunet III 270, Graesse III 326. A good copy of an early Greek Homer, corresponding to the second and third Aldine editions (1517 and 1524, the first Aldine was 1504). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 046365.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [US]
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2017-03-28 17:43:36
POMPONAZZI, PIETRO [PETRUS POMPONATIUS]. - [THE FREEDOM FROM DOCTRINAL ORTHODOXY]
Venice, Octavianus Scotus, 1525. Small folio. Bound in a lovely 18th century full green morocco binding with richly gilt spine, triple gilt line-borders to boards, double gilt lines to edges of boards, and inner gilt dentelles. All edges gilt. A few leaves a little closely shaven. Title-page and final blank slightly dusty/browned and last few leaves with a faint small, marginal damp stain, far from affecting text - otherwise a remarkably fine, clean, and fesh copy with only very minor occasional brownspotting. A beautiful printing with beautiful woodcut initials to almost all leaves. Large woodcut printer's device to colophon. A truly lovely copy, housed in a custom-made full leather box with gilt title to spine. 139 ff. The exceedingly scarce first edition of Pomponazzi's collected works, a milestone publication of Renaissance philosophy, which constitutes the authorized "opera" of Pomponazzi and brings together for the first time the known body of writing of arguably THE most important philosopher of the Renaissance, disseminating them to a wider audience. This seminal publication, printed in the year of Pomponazzi's death, remains to this day the standard edition of and the main source of reference to the works of "The last Scholastic and the first man of the Enlightenment" (Sandy, Randall, Kristeller). It greatly influenced the dissemination of his works and thought and came to directly influence philosophical and scientific thought of centuries to come. "Pomponazzi's thought and reputation were extremely influential in the centuries after his death. Even before it was … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2017-03-21 21:18:13
Homer; Johann Lonicer
Strasbourg: Wolfgang K�pfel, 1525. Strasbourg: Wolfgang Köpfel, 1525. Early Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Attractively rebound in full mottled calf, blind tooled, red leather lettering piece. First and last few pages chipped and worn at edges, minor wormholes in margin, otherwise light scattered foxing a few light stains, small tear in outer margin of page 42 - a clean copy overall. One volume of two, the second contains theOdyssey, but they are more often encountered separately. Attractive title page with woodcut scenes from the poem, tear to colophon page. Lacking the front and rear blanks, with new added blanks and marbled endpapers. 277 (3) leaves. Adams H746, Brunet III 270, Graesse III 326. A good copy of an early Greek Homer, corresponding to the second and third Aldine editions (1517 and 1524, the first Aldine was 1504). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 046365.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books [U.S.A.]
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2017-03-21 21:18:13
Homer; Johann Lonicer
Strasbourg: Wolfgang Köpfel, 1525. Early Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Attractively rebound in full mottled calf, blind tooled, red leather lettering piece. First and last few pages chipped and worn at edges, minor wormholes in margin, otherwise light scattered foxing a few light stains, small tear in outer margin of page 42 - a clean copy overall. One volume of two, the second contains theOdyssey, but they are more often encountered separately. Attractive title page with woodcut scenes from the poem, tear to colophon page. Lacking the front and rear blanks, with new added blanks and marbled endpapers. 277 (3) leaves. Adams H746, Brunet III 270, Graesse III 326. A good copy of an early Greek Homer, corresponding to the second and third Aldine editions (1517 and 1524, the first Aldine was 1504). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 046365.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books
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2017-03-21 21:18:13
Homer; Johann Lonicer
Strasbourg: Wolfgang K�pfel, 1525. Strasbourg: Wolfgang Köpfel, 1525. Early Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Attractively rebound in full mottled calf, blind tooled, red leather lettering piece. First and last few pages chipped and worn at edges, minor wormholes in margin, otherwise light scattered foxing a few light stains, small tear in outer margin of page 42 - a clean copy overall. One volume of two, the second contains theOdyssey, but they are more often encountered separately. Attractive title page with woodcut scenes from the poem, tear to colophon page. Lacking the front and rear blanks, with new added blanks and marbled endpapers. 277 (3) leaves. Adams H746, Brunet III 270, Graesse III 326. A good copy of an early Greek Homer, corresponding to the second and third Aldine editions (1517 and 1524, the first Aldine was 1504). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Literature & Literary; Poetry. Inventory No: 046365.
Bookseller: Pazzo Books (ABAA-ILAB) [Boston, MA, U.S.A.]
2017-03-06 06:35:27
VIGO, Giovanni de
Lyon, Benoit Bounyn (et de Jean Planfoys), 1525. ____ Première édition en français de l'ouvrage de Vigo, la traduction est de Nicolas Godin. C'est un des rares livres de chirurgie publiés en français durant la Renaissance. Garrison-Morton 5559-1 (first ed., Rome, 1514) : "The first complete system of surgery after that of Guy de Chauliac. It contains an account of gunshot wounds and a section on syphilis." Titre en noir et rouge avec encadrement gravé et marque d'imprimeur au centre. Nombreuses initiales historiées. Texte sur deux colonnes en caractères gothiques. La seconde partie a sa propre page de titre, avec le même encadrement gravé. Titre sali, taches sur plusieurs feuillets, dos de la reliure discrètement restauré. Le dernier feuillet (dd8), qui est blanc avec une marque de l'imprimeur, manque à cet exemplaire comme à celui de la bibliothèque Waller. Provenance : signature de l'époque sur le titre : R. Imbert. Brunet V, 1220 (avec reproduction de la marque d'imprimeur). Durling 4620. Baudrier 1, 344. Waller 9969. ***** First french edition and the first in vernacular language. G-M 5559-1 : "The first complete system of surgery after that of Guy de Chauliac. It contains an account of gunshot wounds and a section on syphilis." In-4. [235 x 168 mm] Collation : 199, (1), 26, (5) ff. Daim, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude
2017-03-02 13:02:27
Thukydides:
(Paris), Egidius Gormontius; (am Schluss:) Et nouvellement imprime a Paris (von Jehan de La Garde für Gilles de Gourmont, um ) 1525 - (10) Bl., 191 Bl., (1) leeres Bl. Titel in Rot und Schwarz innerhalb breiter figürlicher Bordüre, in Kartusche unten Edigius Gormontus, am Schluss Druckermarke von Jean de Lagarde. Rotes Maroquin mit reicher Vergoldung auf dem Rücken, Deckel mit ornamentalen Goldrahmen, reiche Innenkantenvergoldung, Goldschnitt. In Halbleder-Schuber. Brunet V, 848. - Nicht bei Renouards oder Adams. - Seltene und gesuchte französische Ausgabe des Thukydides, aus dem Lateinischen übersetzt von Claude de Seyssel (1450-1520), Humanist, Jurist, Philologe, Diplomat und Politiker, bekannt für seine Klassiker-Übersetzungen. Mit einer Widmung an den Leser von Clément Marot. In einer attraktiven Fraktur gedruckt von Jean de La Garde für Gilles de Gourmont, mit vielen Holzschnitt-Initialen, weiss auf schwarz. Am Schluss die schöne Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Jean de La Garde. Die reiche Titelbordüre zeigt vier Medaillons mit den Evangelisten, unten die Anbetung der Weisen, oben Jesus, der Satan überwindet, je ein Wappen rechts und links. Brunet datiert die Ausgabe nach derjenigen von Badius, die 1527 erschien, was wohl nicht korrekt ist, da Jean de La Garde von 1514-1526 tätig war. - Das Exemplar stammt aus der Bibliothek des Druckers und Typographen Ambroise Firmin-Didot mit seinem Exlibris (Auktion I, 1878, No. 677). - Sehr schönes Exemplar, einziger Schönheitsfehler sind Leimschatten auf Vorsatz und fliegendem Blatt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz
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2017-02-24 23:32:11
Lorenz FRIES (c. 1485 - 1532). / Claudius PTOLEMY (c. 90 - c. 168 AD).
Strasbourg: Johannes Grüninger. Wood-cut with full original colour, verso text with originally coloured decorative margins (Very Good, slightly stained in white margins, old burn hole in the upper part of the image - exactly on the spot where fire of a torch, depicted verso in decorative margin should be), 31 x 39 cm (12.2 x 15.4 inches). Early wood-cut map of France with stunning original colour. This early wood-cut map of France, with fascinanting rare to find original colour, was made by Lorenz Fries and was published in the second edition of his atlas, issued in Strassburg in 1525. Lorenz Fries: Groundbreaking Renaissance Cartographer- Lorenz Fries (c. 1485 - 1532) was an Alsatian physician and mathematician, educated at the universities of Pavia, Piacenza, Montpellier and Vienna, who collaborated with Martin Waldseemüller on a project that was never completed owing to the latter’s death. Fries was fascinated with his late friend’s cartography, particularly Waldseemüller’s great atlas, Claudii Ptolemei viri Alexandrini (Strasbourg: Johannes Schott, 1513). It featured 47 maps, of which 27 represented traditional Ptolemaic conceptions, while 20 were entirely new, modern maps. Fries worked with Johannes Grüninger, one of Waldseemüller’s publishers, to produce a reduced-sized edition of Waldseemüller’s atlas, the first edition of which was printed in Strasbourg in 1522. Importantly, Fries’s atlas included three ‘new’ maps that were not featured in Waldseemüller’s work, a navigational World map and the first printed maps of China & Japan and Southeast Asia (being the present … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
2017-02-24 23:32:11
Lorenz FRIES (c. 1485 - 1532). / Claudius PTOLEMY (c. 90 - c. 168 AD).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dasa Pahor [München, Germany]
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2017-02-17 15:55:18
HEROLT Johannes
Cum promptuario exemplorum & miraculis Beate Marie Virginis. Lugduni 1525. Jacob. Myt. 8, k. XLVIII, k. [70], k. tyt. w drzeworycie, liczne inicjały, opr. kart. wtórna. Liczne ślady kornika, zaplamień i i zawilgoceń Brak ostatniej karty (czystej) QQ8. "Sermones Discipuli de sanctis." - zbiór średniowiecznych kazań w języku łacińskim, poświęcony świętym, oraz opis cudów autorstwa Jana Herolta (14??-1468), znanego bardziej pod pseud. Discipulus - niemieckiego dominikanina, teologa, kaznodzieji i autora licznych kazań publikowanych w XV wieku. Rzadkie. LAST BLANK LEAF LACKING. TRACES OF WOODWORM. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antykwariat Wójtowicz [Kraków, Poland]
2017-02-05 03:23:50
...Würde v on Preussen. - Der Deutsche Orden machte seine Ansprüche auf das ihm bis 1525 unterstehende preußische Gebiet in dieser Schrift geltend und wehrte sich gegen die eigenmächtige Krönung Friedrichs. Nach Ansicht der Hoch- und Deutschmeister handelte es sich bei Preußen nur um ein vom Reich "dependirendes Lehen" (Via Regia 1998, 1/39a). - 800 Jahre Deutscher Orden (Germanisches Nationalmuseum) III.3.3 (mit abweichender Seitenzahl: 8, 79 Seiten). - Umschlag etwas berieben, Rücken mit Ausbrüchen, kleiner Besitzvermerk von alter Hand auf dem Umschlag vorne, sauberer kleiner Exlibris-Stempel auf dem Umschlag vorne innen, sehr blasse private Zahlensignatur randlich auf dem Innentitel, insgesamt gering eselsohrig. Sonst und insgesamt sehr attraktives Exemplar auf sauberem Papier.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn
2017-01-24 17:40:19
Francesco I
1525 ?. Lettera autografo di Francesco I Re di Francia. Agosto 1525? In-8° grande, 1 f., 16 righe con firma e data? Ben conservata. Francesco I (nato François d'Orléans; Cognac, 12 settembre 1494 - Rambouillet, 31 marzo 1547) è stato re di Francia dal 1515 alla sua morte. Era il figlio di Carlo di Valois-Angoulême (1459 - 1º gennaio 1496) e di Luisa di Savoia (11 settembre 1476 - 22 settembre 1531) e fu il primo della dinastia regale dei Valois-Angoulême, che si estinguerà con la morte del nipote Enrico III, avvenuta nel 1589. La madre, rimasta vedova, dovette provvedere all'educazione dei figli e si avvalse dell'aiuto del suo confessore, Cristoforo Numai da Forlì. Ciò, forse, spiega l'interesse che Francesco dimostrò, anche da re, per le questioni religiose. L'8 maggio 1514 Francesco sposò Claudia di Francia (1499 - 1524), figlia del re Luigi XII, della Casa di Orléans, e duchessa di Bretagna. Dato che Luigi non lasciò eredi maschi e che la lex salica rimaneva l'unico documento giuridico che regolasse le questioni di discendenza, negando alle donne la possibilità di salire al trono, alla morte di Luigi, avvenuta nel 1515, Francesco, Conte d'Angoulême, gli succedette nella reggenza di Francia. Nella corsa al potere del Sacro Romano Impero perse l'elezione alla carica imperiale (1519) in favore di Carlo V d'Asburgo, che riuscì a comprare i voti degli elettori grazie al sostegno finanziario del banchiere tedesco Jacob Fugger. Uff. pacco 3.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-12-30 13:17:01
FRIES, Lorenz (Laurent)
Bookseller: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2016-12-19 10:52:09
De Sanctis, Claude
...Andreae". - (Schließbänder fehlen, Rücken braun überlackiert, dadurch alte Rückenbeschriftung teilweise tektiert, beide Deckel nur leicht fleckig, Titelei des vorgebundenen Titels fehlt, Signaturen und Besitzeinträge von alter Hand, Zahlenstempel auf Vorsatzblatt... ...verso, innen nur wenig gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, gegen Ende im rechten Rand leicht knitterspurig, im Ganzen recht gut erhalten).-Wohl erste Ausgabe der Schrift, in der Claude de Sainctes (1525 - 1591) Äusserungen der Patristiker (Basilius Magnus, Johannes Chrysosthomos u.a.) zur Liturgie versammelt. Der vorgebundene Titel läßt sich, da die Titelei fehlt, zwar via KVK Witzel zuordnen, nicht aber einer bestimmten Ausgabe. Es handelt sich aber mit Sicherheit um eine Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts. Mit diesem Untertitel ist die Veröffentlichung via KVK für uns nicht nachweisbar.
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Bürck
2016-12-13 14:59:22
Neander, Michael
2 Tle. in 1 Band. 28 Bll., (davon 1 w.), 494 S., 1 w. Bl., 3 Bll., 463 S. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband d. Zt., beide Decken mit Plattenstempel mit sächsischen Kurfürsten-Portraits und umlaufenden Rollenstempeln. Mit 2 Schließen. ADB XXIII, 341 VD16 N 413. - Erste Ausgabe des medizinisch-pharmazeutisch-physikalischen Kompendiums mit zahleichen deutschen und griechischen Einschüben. dabei eine eingehende Beschäftigung mit antiken Schriften und den Kirchenvätern. Enthält auch von Lorenz Rhodomann: Hymnus scholasticus, quo liberalis doctrinae studia ... praedicantur (VD16 R 2094). Der Pädagoge Michael Neander (1525-1595) war Rektor der Klosterschule Ilfeld. Er studierte an Universität Wittenberg, unter anderem zählten Luther und Philipp Melanchthons zu seinen Lehrern. - Kleine Bezugsfehlstelle an einer unteren Ecke. Vorsätze zeitgenössisch beschrieben, Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag. Gutes Exemplar!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2016-12-12 16:44:58
Petrarca, Francesco
1525. Kl.-8, 8 Bl., 317 S., 3 Bl., einige figürliche Initialen, 6 Textholzschnitte im letzten Teil ., Perg. m Stehkante., Vorderer Deckel partiell erneuert, Einige Seiten mit Wurmfrass a. Steg, minimal fingerfleckig, einige Seiten eselohrig Die kommentierte Ausgabe des Canzoniere von Alessandro Vellutello ist die berühmteste und erfolgreichste des 16. Jahrhunderts. Sie ist 1525 zum ersten Mal erschienen. Die massgebliche Ausgabe ist aber die von Vellutello überarbeitete, die 1528 veröffentlicht wurde. Vielen Lesern war die Anordnung der Gedichte im Canzoniere nicht klar. In ihm sind die Gedichte über die Liebe zu Laura mit Gedichten anderen (politischen, kirchenkritischen) Inhalts vermischt. Vellutello hat den Canzoniere neu geordnet, so dass sich die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura - in vita (prima parteI) und in morte (seconda parte) - Schritt für Schritt verfolgen lässt. Die Gedichte, die mit diesen Ereignissen nicht in Verbindung stehen, hat er in einer Parte terza ,seines' Canzoniere zusammengestellt. Vellutello war davon überzeugt, dass es die Liebesgeschichte zwischen Petrarca und Laura wirklich gegeben hat. In der ausführlichen Einleitung stellte er dazu alle Informationen zusammen. (Petrarca-Ausstellung, Strauhof, Zürich, 2004). Alessandro Vellutello (1473 - nach 1550), wirkte ab 1515 in Venedig. 1544 publizierte er seinen berühmten Kommentar zu Dantes La Comedia.
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2016-11-11 20:46:02
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2016-11-11 20:46:02
London: In edibus Richardi Pynsoni regii impressoris [etc.], 1525. Modern blind panelled calf, centered lozenges, a few early markings and notations, light browning, else well preserved; the Taussig copy The rare, final Pynson edition of one of the few early English law treatises, dating to the late 14th century (partly relied upon by Littleton) its "primary, if not exclusive, purpose . . . as a textbook for the beginning student"; six copies in ESTC
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2016-10-18 17:37:47
Münster, Sebastian.
1525. (366 [statt 368]) Bll. (fehlen die Bll. Z1, Z8 der letzten Lage). Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Neuerer blindgepr. brauner Lederband. 8vo. In maßgefertigter Leinenkassette. Zweite, ergänzte Ausgabe von Münsters erstmals 1523 herausgebrachtem hebräischen Wörterbuch. "Münster begann die Reihe seiner Heidelberger hebräischen Schriften, die übrigens fast ausnahmslos bei Johann Froben in Basel gedruckt wurden, mit dem später oft überarbeiteten und neu aufgelegten Dictionarium hebraicum (1523). Drei Handschriften von 1510, 1511 und 1521 gingen voraus; eine vierte Handschrift, die dem Druck zugrunde lag, ist verlorengegangen" (Burmeister, S. 11). "Bereits 1525 erschien eine weitere Auflage, die von Münster auf den neuesten Stand der Forschung gebracht worden war, indem er das Wörterbuch aus verschiedenen perûshim und vor allem aus der 1523 in Venedig erschienenen qônqôrdansijâ des Rabbi Isaak Nathan erweiterte. Darnach erlebte es noch zahlreiche Auflagen und Erweiterungen und ist über 40 Jahre lang das bedeutendste hebräische Wörterbuch in Deutschland geblieben. Zu seiner Beliebtheit hat beigetragen, dass das Buch kurzgefasst war, handlich und mit seinem Preis von 15 Schillingen einigermaßen erschwinglich war, sich also für den täglichen Gebrauch durch Studenten und Theologen vorzüglich eignete" (Burmeister, Biogr. Gesamtbild, S. 41). - Zahlreiche Marginalien der Zeit von verschiedenen Händen; am alten fliegenden Vorsatz theolog. Notiz des 17. Jhs. ("Theòs phthánei toùs taxeîs [...] Deus antevertit celeres [...]"). Durchgehend etwas wasserrandig bzw. wurmspurig; fach … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris
2016-10-07 22:29:24
MAESTRO DEL DADO - SANZIO, RAFFAELLO.
1525. Parigi, probabile post 1525 - ante 1549. Incisione a bulino, cm 18,2 x 28,2 (l'inciso) e 18,9, 2 x 28,9 (il foglio). In lastra, in basso sulla sn., "Tappezzerie del Papa" e sulla destra il dado con la lettera B. Dalla serie delle "Tappezzerie del Papa", da un soggetto di Raffaello e edite da Antonio Lafreri, sono queste incisioni per decorazioni e ornati. Il Maestro del Dado è pittore e incisore della scuola romana di Marcantonio Raimondi, e attivo a Roma tra il 1532 e il 1550. Spesso viene confuso, a torto, con il Beatricetto o con il Bonasone. Il Le Blanc ritiene si tratti di un discendente del pittore Bernardo Daddi (1512 ca. - Roma 1570), in base all'iniziale che si legge nell'attributo figurato che sigla le sue stampe, una B segnata su un dado. Diversamente, altri lo identificano con Benedetto Verini, figlio naturale o presunto di Marcantonio, sciogliendo le iniziali BV che appaiono su alcune sue stampe, mentre, per il Bartsch, l'ultima lettera potrebbe avere il significato di Veneziano o, più recentemente (ma ancora dubitativamente), di Tommaso Vincidor da Bologna. Incisore di riproduzione di opere altrui, eseguite talvolta su richiesta di Antonio Lafrery, i suoi modelli prediletti sono Raffaello, Peruzzi, Giulio Romano e Tommaso Vincidor. Al Maestro del Dado vengono assegnate circa 85 stampe dal Malaspina, il Bartsch elenca sempre 85 sogetti, che il Passavant porta a 89. Esemplare rifilato ai margini ma con visibilela battuta della lastra, ottima impressione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte G
2016-10-03 01:09:19
Joachim, Abbas
per Bernardinum Benalium, 1525. (Profezie) Interpretatio preclara Abbatis Ioachim in Hieremiam Prophetam (sancto dictante spiritu) ad haec usque tempora minime prospecta (nunc vero eius iam coepta impletione: intellectumque dante vexatione) in dies magis perspiqua fiet.Impressum Venetiis per Bernardinum Benalium, 1525. In - 4°, piena pelle marmorizzata recente, dorso a nervi, stile antico. (20), 62 ff. Car. romano a due colonne. Il titolo inquadrato in una bordura contenente vignette con scene dell' Antico e Nuovo Testamento, medaglioni con effigi degli Evangelisti, seguono internamente 7 silografie raffiguranti il dragone dell' Apocalisse, la scala Paradisi, ecc. Bellissimo esemplare di quest' opera figurata molto rara, non citata dal Caillet, né dal Dorbon. Essling, 1899. Sander, 3612.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2016-09-27 14:12:27
MAESTRO DEL DADO – SANZIO, RAFFAELLO.
- Parigi, probabile post 1525 – ante 1549. Incisione a bulino, cm 18,2 x 28,2 (l'inciso) e 18,9, 2 x 28,9 (il foglio). In lastra, in basso sulla sn., "Tappezzerie del Papa" e sulla destra il dado con la lettera B. Dalla serie delle "Tappezzerie del Papa", da un soggetto di Raffaello e edite da Antonio Lafreri, sono queste incisioni per decorazioni e ornati. Il Maestro del Dado è pittore e incisore della scuola romana di Marcantonio Raimondi, e attivo a Roma tra il 1532 e il 1550. Spesso viene confuso, a torto, con il Beatricetto o con il Bonasone. Il Le Blanc ritiene si tratti di un discendente del pittore Bernardo Daddi (1512 ca. – Roma 1570), in base all’iniziale che si legge nell’attributo figurato che sigla le sue stampe, una B segnata su un dado. Diversamente, altri lo identificano con Benedetto Verini, figlio naturale o presunto di Marcantonio, sciogliendo le iniziali BV che appaiono su alcune sue stampe, mentre, per il Bartsch, l’ultima lettera potrebbe avere il significato di Veneziano o, più recentemente (ma ancora dubitativamente), di Tommaso Vincidor da Bologna. Incisore di riproduzione di opere altrui, eseguite talvolta su richiesta di Antonio Lafrery, i suoi modelli prediletti sono Raffaello, Peruzzi, Giulio Romano e Tommaso Vincidor. Al Maestro del Dado vengono assegnate circa 85 stampe dal Malaspina, il Bartsch elenca sempre 85 sogetti, che il Passavant porta a 89. Esemplare rifilato ai margini ma con visibilela battuta della lastra, ottima impressione.
Bookseller: BOTTEGHINA D'ARTE GALLERIA KÚPROS
2016-09-25 21:21:58
MOCENIGO Andrea.
Per Bernardinum Venetum De Vitalibus, 1525. Prima edizione. Testo latino. Opera dedicata ad Andrea Gritti. Cm.15,3x10. Carte 188 non numerate. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Alcuni capilettera ornati. L'esemplare presenta restauri cartacei d'epoca alle prime e alle ultime carte. In dettaglio, il restauro che riguarda le prime due carte consta di tre strisce cartacee ai due margini esterni ed all'inferiore al frontespizio, senza perdita di testo, e di due strisce, ai margini inferiore e esterno, al verso della prima carta e al recto e al verso della seconda, con perdita parziale del testo su cinque righe. Gli altri interventi riguardano l'angolo inferiore esterno delle ultime sette carte, senza minima perdita di testo. Si tratta comunque di restauri conservativi non invasivi, mentre il resto del volume si presenta in fresche condizioni di conservazione. (Le piccole parti di testo mancanti vengono comunque allegate in copia fotostatica). I dati editoriali si traggono, come detto, dal colophon, con l'indicazione "quinto idus Augusti". Appartenente al ramo di San Zaccaria dei Mocenigo, Andrea (Venezia, 1473-1542), allievo di Pietro Pomponazzi a Padova, ricoprì numerose importante cariche presso il Governo della Serenissima, quali senatore, elettore del Doge, Procuratore di San Marco, etc. Letterato e storiografo, compose la presente opera con l'obiettivo di narrare le vicende della guerra tra Venezia e la Lega di Cambrai tra il 1508 e il 1511, in cui egli svolse un importante ruolo diplomatico presso papa Giulio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Pera
2016-09-25 21:21:58
Mocenigo, Andrea.
[colophon: Venetiis: per Bernardinum Venetum de Vitalibus Small 8vo (15.3 cm; 6"). [188] ff.. 1525 The alliance of Louis XII, Pope Julius II, Maximilian I, and Ferdinand the Catholic in war against the Venetians was formalized in 1508, and history has given it the name of The League of Cambrai; it came to an end in 1529 with the signing of the peace of Cambrai. The neo–Latin language work offered here is a history of the origins and progress of the war as seen by a Venetian whose observations and comparisons are remarkably wide-ranging — as evidenced by his including a passage on leaf Q8 verso concerning => battles that the Spaniards were waging on the Island of Hispaniola and elsewhere in the Indies of America. This volume, curiously, does not sport any of the expectable types of title-page that were common by its time. Instead, it simply reads: Andreae / Mocenici / P.V.D. / Bellvm / Came / racense. This bare title-page is printed in roman type, while all else is printed in a very bright, crisp italic. Several woodcut criblé initials are used in text. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 8534 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882); later part of the Theological Institute of Connecticut Library. Evidence of Readership: Several notes and marked passages, in ink. 18th-century mottled English calf, raised bands and modest gilt tooling, all edges speckled red; hinges (inside) partially open with spine pulled at top and some leather lost at cover corners; holding. Marked as above, some bug-spotting on title-page; two pinhole wormholes in binding extending in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-09-25 21:21:58
MOCENIGO Andrea.
Per Bernardinum Venetum De Vitalibus, Impressum Venetiis 1525 - Prima edizione. Testo latino. Opera dedicata ad Andrea Gritti. Cm.15,3x10. Carte 188 non numerate. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Alcuni capilettera ornati. L'esemplare presenta restauri cartacei d'epoca alle prime e alle ultime carte. In dettaglio, il restauro che riguarda le prime due carte consta di tre strisce cartacee ai due margini esterni ed all'inferiore al frontespizio, senza perdita di testo, e di due strisce, ai margini inferiore e esterno, al verso della prima carta e al recto e al verso della seconda, con perdita parziale del testo su cinque righe. Gli altri interventi riguardano l'angolo inferiore esterno delle ultime sette carte, senza minima perdita di testo. Si tratta comunque di restauri conservativi non invasivi, mentre il resto del volume si presenta in fresche condizioni di conservazione. (Le piccole parti di testo mancanti vengono comunque allegate in copia fotostatica). I dati editoriali si traggono, come detto, dal colophon, con l'indicazione "quinto idus Augusti". Appartenente al ramo di San Zaccaria dei Mocenigo, Andrea (Venezia, 1473-1542), allievo di Pietro Pomponazzi a Padova, ricoprì numerose importante cariche presso il Governo della Serenissima, quali senatore, elettore del Doge, Procuratore di San Marco, etc. Letterato e storiografo, compose la presente opera con l'obiettivo di narrare le vicende della guerra tra Venezia e la Lega di Cambrai tra il 1508 e il 1511, in cui egli svolse un importante ruolo diplomatico … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s.
2016-09-25 21:21:58
Mocenigo, Andrea.
[colophon: Venetiis: per Bernardinum Venetum de Vitalibus Small 8vo (15.3 cm; 6"). [188] ff.. 1525 The alliance of Louis XII, Pope Julius II, Maximilian I, and Ferdinand the Catholic in war against the Venetians was formalized in 1508, and history has given it the name of The League of Cambrai; it came to an end in 1529 with the signing of the peace of Cambrai. The neo?Latin language work offered here is a history of the origins and progress of the war as seen by a Venetian whose observations and comparisons are remarkably wide-ranging ? as evidenced by his including a passage on leaf Q8 verso concerning => battles that the Spaniards were waging on the Island of Hispaniola and elsewhere in the Indies of America. This volume, curiously, does not sport any of the expectable types of title-page that were common by its time. Instead, it simply reads: Andreae / Mocenici / P.V.D. / Bellvm / Came / racense. This bare title-page is printed in roman type, while all else is printed in a very bright, crisp italic. Several woodcut criblé initials are used in text. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 8534 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882); later part of the Theological Institute of Connecticut Library. Evidence of Readership: Several notes and marked passages, in ink. 18th-century mottled English calf, raised bands and modest gilt tooling, all edges speckled red; hinges (inside) partially open with spine pulled at top and some leather lost at cover corners; holding. Marked as above, some bug-spotting on title-page; two pinhole wormholes in binding extending i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-09-25 21:21:58
Mocenigo, Andrea.
[colophon: Venetiis: per Bernardinum Venetum de Vitalibus, 1525. Small 8vo (15.3 cm; 6"). [188] ff. The alliance of Louis XII, Pope Julius II, Maximilian I, and Ferdinand the Catholic in war against the Venetians was formalized in 1508, and history has given it the name of The League of Cambrai; it came to an end in 1529 with the signing of the peace of Cambrai. The neo
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2016-09-22 09:03:29
Ptolemaeus, Claudius.
STRASSBURG JOHANNES GRÜNINGER FOR JOHANNES KOBERGER 3 APRIL 1525 - Folio (40.5 x 26.3 cm.), printed title within elaborate woodcut border, 27 double-page maps of the ancient world, 22 double-page maps of the modern world, one full-page map of Lotharingia on verso of map 46, together 50 woodcut maps, most with Latin text on versos enclosed in elaborate woodcut borders, mounted on vellum guards, woodcut diagrams in the text (one by Dürer), including one full-page of an armillary sphere. Contemporary half blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, two clasps, lacking one strap, a most handsome example. A fine example of the Fourth Strassburg edition of Ptolemy. The work includes the first printed map in an edition of Ptolemy to name America, the first printed map of Southeast Asia, and the first printed map of China. The list of contributors is a veritable 'who's who' of German Renaissance publishing: the text was translated by Wilibald Pirckheimer, using the notes of Johannes Regiomontanus, perhaps under the editorship of Johann Huttich; the ornamental woodblock designs on the reverse of the maps are attributed to Albrecht Duerer, who also contributed the woodblock of the armillary sphere. The present edition was printed for Johann Koberger by Johann Grüninger, using the woodblocks of the first Grüninger edition of 1522. The woodcut maps in the trapezoid shape developed by the German cartographer Nicolaus Germanus in 1460 comprise 27 maps according to Ptolemy as well as 23 "modern" maps (Tabula Moderna) according to the knowledge of the time. The "modern section" was copied by … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-09-20 13:02:03
FRANCOIS 1er BAYARD Chevalier
Velin in-8 oblong (20cm sur 46,5cm) rédigé en langue française d'une belle graphie ancienne avec ses abréviations d'usage, portant une grande signature du Roi François 1er et, sous la mention "pour le Roi", celle du Chevalier Bayard. Traces de pliures anciennes, 4 petits trous en marge, texte bien complet, encre d'une grande fraîcheur. TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE. Ce document était destiné au Receveur Général des Finances Jehan La Guette, à qui le Roi ordonne: "nous voulons et mandons (...) payez, bayez et delivrez à nos chers et bien aimés écuyers de notre cuisine de commun Robert Villamoyne et Pierre de Neumant la somme de (...) 202 livres 10 sous tournois (...) en faveur des bons et agréables services qu'ils nous ont cy-devant faicts (...) donné à Saint Trivié le 4e jour d'octobre de l'an de grâce mil cinq cens quarante et ung de notre règne le vingt septieme". D'après nos recherches (Archives de Tours cote AD37/3E8 et Archives Nationales), un Robert Villamoyne était déjà écuyer de cuisine en 1525, un autre serait décédé à Tours en 1610. On trouve un François Villamoyne "saucier en la cuisine des communs" au XVIIIe siècle. Nous n'avons malheureusement pas pu découvrir d'informations au sujet de Pierre de Neumant. Aujourd'hui, deux villages des environs de Bourg-en-Bresse s'appellent Saint-Triviers-de-Courtes et Saint-Triviers-sur-Moignons.
Bookseller: Librairie du Sagittaire
2016-09-20 12:00:39
Ptolemy Claudius- Laurent Fries
Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Laurent Fries; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c 1525 - Artist: Ptolemy Claudius- Laurent Fries; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c. 1525; - Condition: ; Map shows as trapezoid projection the Caspian sea with Russia, Turmenistan, Kasachstan, Usbekistan and Hindukusch
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2016-09-11 17:19:06
Mocenigo, Andrea.
per Bernardinum Venetum de Vitalibus, 1525. The alliance of Louis XII, Pope Julius II, Maximilian I, and Ferdinand the Catholic in war against the Venetians was formalized in 1508, and history has given it the name of The League of Cambrai; it came to an end in 1529 with the signing of the peace of Cambrai. The neo-Latin language work offered here is a history of the origins and progress of the war as seen by a Venetian whose observations and comparisons are remarkably wide-ranging -- as evidenced by his including a passage on leaf Q8 verso concerning => battles that the Spaniards were waging on the Island of Hispaniola and elsewhere in the Indies of America. This volume, curiously, does not sport any of the expectable types of title-page that were common by its time. Instead, it simply reads: Andreae / Mocenici / P.V.D. / Bellvm / Came / racense. This bare title-page is printed in roman type, while all else is printed in a very bright, crisp italic. Several woodcut criblé initials are used in text. Provenance: Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 8534 in the Sunderland Library sale (1882); later part of the Theological Institute of Connecticut Library. Evidence of Readership: Several notes and marked passages, in ink.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2016-09-07 14:07:52
Sutor, Petrus. Erasmus defends vernacular Bible translation against Sorbonne traditionalist fanatics
Paris, Pierre Vidou, 1525. Sutor, Petrus (Cousturier, Pierre). De Tralatione Bibliae, et novarum reprobatione interpretationum. Vaenundantur Parisiis apud Joannem Parvum Bibliopolam adscribtitium, sub insigni floris Lilii, via ad divum Iacobum, Cum Privilegio. Paris, Pierre Vidou for Jean Petit , 1525. 4to. [4] + 101 + [1]f. Roman letter. 25 large ornamental criblé initials, each serving for 3 preliminary and 22 chapter openings. Title within fine architectural woodcut border including royal arms and the arms of the city of Paris in top panel, surrounding Jean Petit’s large ornamental bookseller’s device incorporating a tree and a shield with his initials and a lily, supported by 2 lions. Contemporary limp vellum with title inscribed on backstrip in ink calligraphy. First edition of a fanatical condemnation of vernacular Bible reading by the Sorbonne theologian and Carthusian monk, Pierre Cousturier (c1474-1537), who fiercely opposed the leading humanist reformers’ idea of furthering lay people’s understanding of the Holy Scriptures through translation. The author believed the concept to be misguided and radical, arguing it could lead to error and heresy; he thought a knowledge of languages unnecessary and strongly advocated the retention of the Vulgate. Title verso with privilege dated 5th December 1524. The publication of this book resulted in an acrimonious correspondence in the same year between the author and Desiderius Erasmus (c1466-1536) who vainly attempted to reason with him (cf: P.G.Bietenholz & T.B.Deutscher: Contemporaries of Erasmus (Toronto 1985) p352. The bo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2016-09-01 09:11:23
ARMELLINI GIROLAMO
Faventiae. Ioannem Mariam Simonetum. 1525. Cm. 28x20,70; XLIII, 1 carte. Cartonato marmorizzato moderno, tassello al dorso con titoli e fregi in oro. Piccola macchia, senza penetrazione, al frontespizio nel margine bianco. Frontespizio in rosso e nero. Ottimo esemplare. Firma di possesso al frontespizio (Io. Ant. I Oliva Tarv.ni Aritm. & Medicinae scholaris Bononiae MDXXXVII) "Giovanni Antonio Oliva, scolaro di medicina in Bologna, indi Rettor di studio, poi dottore e lettore, esercitò in Bologna per molto tempo e ritornò a Trevigi con ottima libreria et con gran nome". Edizione originale di opera scritta per confutare il libro: "Apologeticus" (edito a Parma nel 1519, edizione rarissima di cui se ne conserva una sola copia in Italia all'Archiginnasio di Bologna) scritto da Tiberio Rossigliano letterato calabrese. Il titolo dell'opera dell'Armellini "Iesus Vincit" richiama tutti i capitoli dell'Apologeticus che nel testo vengono poi sconfessati e fornisce queste notizie del Rossigliano: "dopo l'abiura, temendo tutti i luoghi sicuri, profugo delle varie scuole d'Italia, si portò a Parma... Ivi di nascosto stampò l'opera sua velenosa; scoperto il suo inganno da me inquisitore (l'Armellini infatti era Inquisitore Domenicano) viene chiamato in giudizio, coperto dalla scudo della contumacia viene condannato all'anatema, vengono requisiti i volumi stampati, vengono interdetti e bruciati....". L'opera è divisa in 12 libri e diversi capitoli alcuni dei quali trattano di astologia, magia, eclissi... La presente opera è uno dei primi libri stampati a Faenza 731/P
Bookseller: Galleria La Stampa Antica
2016-08-28 19:49:40
DAL POZZO PARIDE (Puteus).
per Marchio Sessa et Piero dela Serena Compagno, 1525. Cm. 14,5, cc. (190) di cui l'ultima bianca. Bel frontespizio incorniciato da figure incise e bei capolettera istoriati. Legatura antica (settecentesca) in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Sparse bruniture, qualche macchietta, un paio di antiche firme di possesso e qualche difetto marginale al frontespizio, complessivamente discreta conservazione. L'autore, giureconsulto e consigliere di Alfonso primo d'Aragona, ottenne la cattedra di giurisprudenza a Napoli e fu maestro di Ferrante I che lo nominò uditore generale in tutto il Regno. Nato a Pimonte (Napoli) nel 1413, morto nel 1493. Edizione interessante e non comune.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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