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2010-10-30 06:41:37
Galen
Venice: Aldus, 1525. The Aldine GalenGalen (A.D. 129 / 130-199 / 200). Galeni librorum pars prima [secunda]. . . . Two volumes only (of five). 2 vols. in 1, folio. [4], 24, 180 [i.e., 181], 108; [4], 184, 106ff. Vol. I colophon leaf (p4) misbound after p1; Vol. I also lacking blank leaves F4 and & 6. Venice: in aedibus Aldi, et Andreae Asulani soceri, April 1525 (colophon). 317 x 227 mm. Full morocco, antique. First three leaves of Vol. I repaired, fore-edges of some leaves a little frayed, Marginal dampstaining affecting the first approximately 50 leaves and approximately the last 25 leaves, but a very good tall copy, otherwise quite clean, with a few early marginal annotations. Signature on title of the 19th-century scholar Joseph R. Gasquet, author of "The Radical Medicine of Galen in his Time", Brit. & Foreign Med.-Chir. Rev. 11 [1867]: 472-88).Editio Princeps in Greek of the first two volumes (of five) of the magnificent Aldine Galen, which, by publishing in one place all the known Greek texts of Galen, marked a new era in both medical and philological scholarship. The collection's five folio volumes, the climax of nearly 100 years of active scholarship, represent the largest single body of text issued by the Aldine press, which had by then passed into the hands of Aldus Manutius's father-in-law Andreas Asulanus, Aldus having died in 1515 before he could fulfil his long-held desire to issue a new edition of Galen. Considering that Galen's works represent 25% of all surviving Greek literature, publishing this enormous work in one year would have been a major challenge … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com
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2010-04-18 16:47:31
Bembo Pietro
Giovanni Tacuino, 1525. First Edition. Folio, in fine 17th century vellum, sewn on three visible supports and with evidence of three paper ties, with some very minor restoration to the head and tail of the spine. Foliated I - XCIIII and collating A - Q5 (lacking the final blank leaf Q6. A very attractive copy with some early (probable 17th c.) annotations in the margins, a the first leaf slightly mellowed or soiled, unobtrusive dampstaining effecting the outer margins only and with some minor expected wear to the 17th century vellum. ONE OF THE PARAMOUNT ACHIEVEMENTS IN THE HISTORY OF ITALIAN LITERATURE AND AN IMPORTANT TREATISE ON THE TUSCAN VERNACULAR. Bembo's work is one o f the most influential demonstrations of literary excellence of the Italian vernacular. In it Bembo derides the excessive cultivation of Latin and instead extols the beauty and charm of the Tuscan dialect, exemplified in the trecento by Dante, Petrarch and Boccassio. He also establishes standard rules for spelling and syntax. The work was frequently reprinted throughout the 16th and 17th centuries, but this first edition was apparently seen through the press by Bembo himself. It is said that he revised much of the text during it printing. The printing itself is most handsome in a large Roman typeface.
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
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2009-05-19 20:05:23
Herodian
Venice, 1525. "Impresso in Venegia per Gregorio de Gregori. Nel anno del Signore. M.D. XXV. adi. 24. Aprile." (from colophon), 14.2 cm. tall, [1] (title), 2-115 leaves; old hand lettered vellum darkened and wrinkled with hinges cracked, margins short but no loss, slip of paper mounted over top quarter of title leaf not touching letters, late leaves have minor worming at top margin, a clean text, . Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Zubal Books [U.S.A.]
2009-03-17 05:16:05
MOCENIGO, Andrea.
Venice, Bernardino dei Vitali, 1525. 8°, nineteenth-century marbled boards (spine and corners worn), burgundy leather lettering piece (slightly chipped), gilt letter. Woodcut initials. Italic type throughout, except for title page and headings. Very occasional light foxing. Small light dampstain in outer margins of 20 leaves. Internally very good to fine; overall in good to very good condition. A few contemporary or early manuscript ink annotations. Small, neat, old ink Jesuit college ownership inscription in upper outer corner of title page. (188 ll.). *** FIRST EDITION, with a reference to Hispaniola on leaf q8v, as well as a reference to the Portuguese in India under King Manuel I, which begins on q8v and continues on to leaf r1r. This work is the most important contemporary source for the history of Venetian territory in the period 1509-1516. The Bellum Cameracense is a history of the Italian wars of 1508 to 1516, in which shifting alliances fought for control of Northern Italy. The League of the Cambrai, 1508-10, was an alliance initially formed by Pope Julius II, together with Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I, King Louis XII of France, King Ferdinand II of Aragón, and several Italian city-states against the republic of Venice, with the aim of checking Venice's territorial expansion. The Republic was soon on the verge of ruin. Its army was defeated by the French at Agnadello (1509); most of the territories it had occupied were lost; and Maximilian entered Venetia. The Republic had to make concessions to the pope and to Ferdinand. The Republic emerged from the war having … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2008-11-17 22:45:53
FERRER Vincent (Saint)
Lyon: Benoist Bounyn, 1525. Fine. Benoist Bounyn, Lyon 1525, in 8, 8f. et CLXXVIII (collation biblioteca Valenciana)., relié. - This edition may be the first of Sermons, quoting the Catholic Encyclopedia same as the first edition of Antwerp (1570). Absent the BN and most large libraries, and Brunet. Full black middle nineteenth shagreen, back to 4 nerves, golden threads and caps on wheels, tail date. Gothic print. Title page engraved initials. Copy trimmed a little short, yellowed paper. Famous missionary and scholar Dominican, born in Valencia in 1350 and died in 1419 in Vannes important. Character for both the history of the church that his country, his only obsession was the conversion of the Jews. After teaching and studying in Barcelona, Valencia and Toulouse, he traveled Europe for 20 years of his preaching. He was canonized June 3, 1455. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Cette édition est peut être la première des Sermons, l'encyclopédie catholique citant même comme toute première édition celle d'Anvers (1570). Absent à la BN et à la plupart des grandes bibliothèques, ainsi qu'à Brunet. Reliure en plein chagrin noir milieu XIXème, dos à 4 nerfs, filets dorés et roulettes sur coiffes, date en queue. Impression gothique. Page de titre gravée, lettrines. Exemplaire rogné un peu court, papier jauni. Très célèbre missionnaire et érudit dominicain, né à Valence en 1350 et mort à Vannes en 1419. Personnage important tant pour l'histoir … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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