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2020-07-28 16:19:19
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418)
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1 Holzschnitt-Bordüre auf Seite 1, beide von A. Woensam, sowie 7 figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 10 Bll., 124 (recte 142) Seiten. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Neuerer Pappband um 1900. *VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius war ein in Hispanien geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe, Schüler des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Sein berühmtestes Werk, die Historiae adversum Paganos, wurde auf Augustinus? Anregung hin begonnen, dem die Schrift auch gewidmet ist. Das Werk war der erste Versuch, die Geschichte der Welt aus dezidiert christlicher Sicht als Geschichte einer von Gott geleiteten Menschheit zu beschreiben - gegen die damalige Theorie vom Untergang des Römischen Weltreiches durch das Auftreten des Christentums. Die historische Sichtweise mit der in vier Hauptperioden eingeteilten Weltgeschichte hatte einen immensen Einfluss auf die Weltsicht und Historiographie des Mittelalters bis noch ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein. Es sind nahezu 200 Manuskripte dieses Werkes erhalten geblieben, die erste gedruckte Version erschien 1471 in Augsburg. Vorliegend die erste Ausgabe der von Gerhard Bolsuinge nach drei alten Handschriften verbesserten Edition. Es erschienen in Köln noch mehrere weitere Auflagen dieser Edition im 16. Jahrhundert. - Die schöne Titelbordüre zeigt in 13 Szenen die Taten des Herkules, die Randverzierungen auf Seite 1 die Statuen der Agrippina und des Markus Agrippa. - Titelblatt unten mit alter Eintragung in Tinte. 4 Seite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun [Germany]
2020-07-23 05:43:47
CATULLUS, Gaius Valerius and Marc-Antoine MURET.
[4], "134" [= 136], [2] ll.First edition to include Muret's important and influential commentaries, of the poems of the passionate (if self-centred) Roman poet Catullus (84-ca. 54 BCE), often given the collective title Carmina. Both the poems and the commentaries appear here in the original Latin. Poems 18 and 19 are addressed to the fertility god Pirapus, best known for his enormous perpetual erection, and poem 20 is also a Priapeia. Many are addressed to "Lesbia", whom Catullus passionately loved. He gave her this pseudonym in allusion to the Greek love poems of Sappho from the Island of Lesbos, which influenced him strongly. She is generally identified as Clodia, the wife of a Roman nobleman. Catullus was one of her several lovers and he names and rails against some of the others. While Catullus's greatest passions were heterosexual, poems 48, 50 and 99 express romantic and sexual interests in men. In his poems he is quick to attack others, both politically and personally, and after he fell out with two male friends he wrote poem 16, threatening to sexually abuse them.The French humanist Marc-Antoine Muret (1526-1585), recognised as a brilliant scholar in his teens, taught at Paris from 1551, when he published his first book there. Accused of being a Huguenot and a homosexual, he had to flee Paris in late 1553 but Adus Manutius's son Paulus, who had taken charge of the family's Venice printing office, offered him shelter. The present book was Muret's first publication in Venice.With minor damage to the lower outside corner of the first few leaves, not approaching the tex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:46
GIOVIO, Paolo.
[84] pp.Third edition of a treatise on the origins and nature of the power of the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman victory at the battle of Mohács in Hungary (1526) spread panic through Christian Europe and the Ottoman siege of Vienna (1529), even though it finally failed, roused many Europeans to action. Giovio (1483-1552), personal physician to Pope Clement VII, wrote the present book with the anti-Ottoman campaign clearly in mind, dedicating it to the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V on 22 January 1531. "Of the various treatises written for Charles V on the Turkish menace, Giovio's was probably the most realistic, the least moralizing, and the most informative." (Price Zimmerman, p. 121). In fact, he was so willing to acknowledge and sometimes even admire the positive aspects of the Ottomans (such as their military discipline) that some Christians accused him of sympathizing with the enemy.Some early owner's marks. With small marginal restorations in the first few leaves, but in very good condition. Pioneering work on the Ottoman Empire, set in one of the most famous italic types of all time.l Adams G680; Atabey 499; Göllner, Turcica 520; cf. T.C. Price Zimmerman, Paolo Giovio, 1995, esp. pp. 121-122.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-19 07:57:18
Appianus
Impressum Venetiis: Venezia: Opera magistri Bernardini de Vitalibus(IS). Prompt shipment, with tracking.1526 full vellum. Very good front blank has name blacked out some foxing. *. Very Good. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Robinson Street Books [United States]
2020-07-13 07:13:02
1526. n Welcome to Mike's Bibles, Books and Coins We are pleased to be listing Bibles from the 1600's to new Bibles just released. We also specialize in Sermons given by the great preachers; including Tyndale, Andrewes, Latimer, Wesley, Spurgeon, Newton, Moody and many more. We have quite a few Prayer Books, devotionals and Hymnbooks. We also have many commentaries, pastoral studies and many biographies. We will be listing many of the Christian classics; Pilgrim's Progress, In His Steps, Saints Everlasting Rest to name a few. One of my favorite Christian authors is Isaac Watts and his Psalms and Hymns. Note: If there is a Theology, Christian Biography, or old Hymnbook that you need-let me know and I will see if I have it or can get it for you. We do list American and English coins-so please visit our store for your needs. Shipping: I do most shipping through the U.S. Postal Service. For Auction- A RARE Bible Leaf-Translated from the Greek in 1526 by the Great Reformer-Martin Luther. -Luther's Translation is used here-a New Testament Leaf of the Book of Acts-Chapters 12 and 13. Included on both pages is a small engraving. This is a leaf numbered 113-Small Folio 11 1/8" by 7 7/8" Single Column German language printing. New Testament Leaf -Book of Acts - Nice Leaf-fine condition with some very slight browning-a very quality leaf that is 494 years old!!! Extremely rare!!! Comes with a COA Please view the photos- Special German Leaf-Martin Luther- See pics. 494 years old!!!!!! See all the photos Reasonably priced- God bless. Martin Luther From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mbbc1611 [Saint Augustine, Florida, United States]
2020-07-12 06:28:02
Valerius Maximus, Gaius
Gregorio de Gregorii, 1526. 8vo. ff.215. With the final blank. Title within a decorative woodcut border. Early vellum and boards, calf spine label. The third edition of the first Italian translation of the Latin text generally known as "Factorum et Dictorum Memorabilium Libri IX." Adams V125.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-05 03:48:01
Valerius Maximus, Gaius
Gregorio de Gregorii, 1526. 8vo. ff.215. With the final blank. Title within a decorative woodcut border. Early vellum and boards, calf spine label. The third edition of the first Italian translation of the Latin text generally known as "Factorum et Dictorum Memorabilium Libri IX." Adams V125.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-03 13:50:17
1526. Condition: Sehr gut. z.T. ungelesen. Thomas Mann Große Kommentierte Frankfurter Ausgabe 15 Kassetten, jeweils Text- und Kommentarband im Oschuber Neupreis ca. 1526€ - Abgabe nur komplett! Enthalten sind I. WERKE 1. Buddenbrooks, 2. Frühe Erzählungen, 3. Fiorenza/Lyrik, 4. Königliche Hoheit, 5. Der Zauberberg, 6. Joseph und seine Brüder 1, 8. Joseph und seine Brüder 2, 9. Lotte in Weimar, 12. Felix Krull, II. ESSAYS 13. Betrachtungen eines Unpolitischen, 14. Essays I, 15. Essays II, 19. Essays VI III. BRIEFE 21. Briefe I, 22. Briefe II., 23. Briefe III Versand ins Ausland nur gegen Übernahme der kompletten Versandkosten!!! Die Bände sind in einem sehr guten Zustand, meistens ungelesen, kleines Manko, wenn man so will, einige Fliegenschisse auf den Umschlägen. Müsste eine Käuferin bzw. ein Käufer vorsichtig entfernen. Weil Privatauktion keine Rücknahme! Mit der Gebotsabgabe erklären Sie sich einverstanden, die kompletten Versandkosten zu übernehmen. Wenn Sie den Kaufbetrag auf mein Bankkonto überweisen, also KEIN PAYPAL, erhalten Sie die Bücher innerhalb innerhalb der Bundesrepublik Deutschland portofrei!
Bookseller: constantsorrow123 [Siegburg, Germany]
2020-06-20 04:22:21
Adonijah, Jacob b. Chaim (ed.)
Venice: Daniel Bomberg, 1526. First edition. Hardcover. vg. Folio. (512)ff. Contemporary stamped and tooled calf binding, rebacked retaining the original spine. Deluxe copy with thicker cotton rag paper and wide margins retained at the bottom. Gilt gauffred page edges, raised bands. Collated in sets of 8 leaves, begins with set 56, runs through 119 (thus 512 leaves total). Second volume of Bomberg's second Biblia Rabbinica, known as the first Jewish Rabbinic Bible (Mikraot Gedolot, TaNaKh), based on Jacob ben Chaim's Masoretic codex (see Darlow and Moule #5085). Follows Bomberg's famous layout design- vocalized, cantillized, partially versified Hebrew Biblical text in the center, surrounded on the outside by the classical commentaries of Rashi and extensive Masoretic notes, as well as several other classical commentators. These additional sources include: David Kimchi "RaDaK" (Later Prophets), Ibn Ezra (Later Prophets, Writings), and Saadia ben Yosef Gaon (Daniel). Decorative title pages the beginning of the volume (Later Prophets) and at the beginning of Writings, illustrated with a repeating woodcut engraving depicting a cutaway of a traditional Temple design. Both title pages mention publisher and publishing place written in Rashi script, but no date imprint. End of last Biblical text page contains a complete imprint with date in Hebrew block script (286, or 1526 CE). Book headings engraved with the traditional Bomberg design. Second volume only, begins directly with Isaiah, and continues through the rest of Later Prophets and Writings (the first volume contained the P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ERIC CHAIM KLINE, BOOKSELLER (ABAA ILAB) [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-06-15 11:04:03
SCHENCK DE TAUTENBURCH, Fredericus.
Enchiridion veri praesulis secundum apostolicam traditionem. Antwerp, Michiel Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1526With:(2) ISIDORUS Hispalensis. De officiis ecclesiasticis libri duo ante annos D. CCCC. ab eo aediti, & nunc ex vetusto codice in lucem restituti.Antwerp, Johannes Graphaeus for Johannes Steelsius, 1534.(3) WICELIUS, Georgius. Loci ex sacris literis de bonis operibus.Ad haec praeconium Evangelicae gratiae. Theies aliquot. Praecatio pro ecclesia. Matth. v. Quisquis fecerit & docuerit, hic magnus vocabitur in regno coelorum.Antwerp, Johannes Graphaeus for Johannes Steelsius, 1534.(4) AMBROSIUS. De his qui mysteriis initiantur, cum nonnullis aliis hac tempestate scitu dignissimis. Claruit sub Theodosio imperatore clementissimo. Anno domini CCCLXXX. Antwerp, printed by Johannes Graphaeus for Johannes Steelsius, 1534. 4 works in 1 volume. 8vo. With the title-page of Enchiridion within a fine woodcut border, with the portrait of Virgilius Maro, and several decorated woodcut initial letters. 19th-century half calf. [48]; 72; [52]; [27], [1 blank] ll. Four rare post-incunables clearly bound together with the intention to form a collection of texts in defence of the Catholic faith and its liturgy against Lutheranism and to serve as an example for good and just behaviour for priests to purify the widely corrupted practice. All treatises are the only editions published in the Low Counries in the period 1500-1540, all printed in Antwerp by the most important printers/publishers active there: Michiel Hillen van Hoochstraten and Johannes Steelsius. The present copy of the treatise b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:48:03
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
Epistolarum libri X. Panegyricus Traiano principi dictus. De viris illustribus in re militari, & in administranda Rep. Item Suetonii Tranquilli De claris grammaticis & rhetoribus. Julii Obsequentis Prodigiorum liber. ...Basel, (colophon: Andream Cratandrum, March) 1526. 8vo. With publisher's woodcut Fortuna device on verso of the last leaf and fine decorated woodcut initials. Contemporary blind-panel-stamped calf over wooden boards, with 4 different blind-stamped rectangular panels (2 on each board), each with 6 or 8 birds and animals in floral decoration, surrounded by text, 1 panel signed by Anthoine de Gavere, gilt and gauffered edges. [24], 551, [41] pp. Fine 16th-century Flemish panel-stamped binding, signed by Anthoine de Gavere. The family De Gavere were bookbinders at Ghent and Bruges between 1450 and 1545. The panel-stamped bindings from Ghent and Bruges are among the most delicately engraved and the most carefully executed of all. According to Weale, Anthoine was active at Ghent from 1459 to 1505, but the archives of Lille contain documents proving that from 1495 to 1505 Anthoine worked at Bruges, not Ghent, and that he was the binder of many of the beautiful manuscripts from the library of Philip I ("the Handsome"), Duke of Burgundy (1478-1506). A binding with similar panels signed by Anthoine de Gavere, and containing another Plinius edition, also dated 1526, is cited by Leon Gruel. Contents: three works by Plinius II, forming the main historical source for Trajan's ill-documented reign: his letters, presenting with considerable charm a richly varied picture of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:15:48
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
Opus divinum, cui titulus historiae naturalis, multoqua[m] antehac unqua[m] prodiit in luce[m] castigatius, una cu[m] annotationibus Hermanolai Barbari ...Paris, Jean Petit (colophon: Nicolaus Sauetier), 1526. 2 parts in 1 volume (bound in reverse order). Folio. With title-page to the main work (bound second) printed in red and black and title-page to the index (bound first), each in a four-piece woodcut border. Contemporary or near contemporary calf, with the boards richly blind-tooled in a panel design; rebacked with part of the original backstrip laid down. [188], [34], "CCCCCXXXVI" [= CCCCCXXXVIII] pp. Rare Paris edition of Pliny's Historiae naturalis, in the original Latin, the first edition with annotations by Hermolaus Barbarus (1454-1494). Pliny's Natural history is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman Empire and purports to cover the entire field of ancient knowledge, based on the best authorities available at the time. It encompasses the fields of botany, zoology, astronomy, geology and mineralogy as well as the exploitation of those resources. It remains a standard work for the Roman period and the advances in technology and understanding of natural phenomena at the time. Pliny's accounts of some technical advances are the only sources for those inventions. Hermolaus Barbarus was an Italian Renaissance scholar. He first published his discussions of Pliny's Natural history separately in 1492 as Castigationes Plinianae, which offers more than 5000 corrections to the original text. Due to this work and other classical works he translated o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-12 13:14:06
1526. Publio TERENZIO Afro - Pub. Terentii Afri Comoediae in sua metra restitutae. Interp[re]tantibus Aelio Donato gra[m]matico, Guidone Iuuenale Cenomano, Io[hanne] Calphurnio, nec no[n] & Seruio, Iodocoq[ue] Badio Asce[n]sio, cu[m] figuris aptissimis multisq[ue] in locis adiu[n]ctis dictionibus Graecis q[uae] deera[n]t. Necnon & ornatissimus index tam vocabulorum q[uam] adagiorum quae digna annotatu visa sunt, nouerit impressae - 1526. Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum in edibus Alexandri Paganini. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 8°, cm 22,1; cc. (10) CCLXXXVII; mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Bel frontespizio in cornice geometrica, testo al centro con commento su due colonne ai lati, capilettera ornati, 5 belle tavole xilografate a piena pagina. Rara edizione delle commedie di Terenzio stampata a Toscolano Maderno, sul Lago di Garda, da Alessandro Paganini, facente parte di una numerosa famiglia di Tipografi attivi anche a Venezia. Ex libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri all'ultima pagina dell'indice iniziale
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-06-12 13:14:06
1526. Mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Publio TERENZIO Afro - Pub. Terentii Afri Comoediae in sua metra restitutae. Interp[re]tantibus Aelio Donato gra[m]matico, Guidone Iuuenale Cenomano, Io[hanne] Calphurnio, nec no[n] & Seruio, Iodocoq[ue] Badio Asce[n]sio, cu[m] figuris aptissimis multisq[ue] in locis adiu[n]ctis dictionibus Graecis q[uae] deera[n]t. Necnon & ornatissimus index tam vocabulorum q[uam] adagiorum quae digna annotatu visa sunt, nouerit impressae - 1526. Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum in edibus Alexandri Paganini. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 8°, cm 22,1; cc. (10) + CCLXXXVII; mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Bel frontespizio in cornice geometrica, testo al centro con commento su due colonne ai lati, capilettera ornati, 5 belle tavole xilografate a piena pagina. Rara edizione delle commedie di Terenzio stampata a Toscolano Maderno, sul Lago di Garda, da Alessandro Paganini, facente parte di una numerosa famiglia di Tipografi attivi anche a Venezia. Ex libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri all'ultima pagina dell'indice iniziale.
Bookseller: kolimam [Copparo, Italy]
2020-06-12 13:14:02
Publio TERENZIO Afro
1526. Publio TERENZIO Afro - Pub. Terentii Afri Comoediae in sua metra restitutae. Interp[re]tantibus Aelio Donato gra[m]matico, Guidone Iuuenale Cenomano, Io[hanne] Calphurnio, nec no[n] & Seruio, Iodocoq[ue] Badio Asce[n]sio, cu[m] figuris aptissimis multisq[ue] in locis adiu[n]ctis dictionibus Graecis q[uae] deera[n]t. Necnon & ornatissimus index tam vocabulorum q[uam] adagiorum quae digna annotatu visa sunt, nouerit impressae - 1526. Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum in edibus Alexandri Paganini. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 8°, cm 22,1; cc. (10) CCLXXXVII; mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Bel frontespizio in cornice geometrica, testo al centro con commento su due colonne ai lati, capilettera ornati, 5 belle tavole xilografate a piena pagina. Rara edizione delle commedie di Terenzio stampata a Toscolano Maderno, sul Lago di Garda, da Alessandro Paganini, facente parte di una numerosa famiglia di Tipografi attivi anche a Venezia. Ex libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri all'ultima pagina dell'indice iniziale
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-06-10 14:14:56
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
Opus divinum, cui titulus historiae naturalis, multoqua[m] antehac unqua[m] prodiit in luce[m] castigatius, una cu[m] annotationibus Hermanolai Barbari ...Paris, Jean Petit (colophon: Nicolaus Sauetier), 1526. 2 parts in 1 volume (bound in reverse order). Folio. With title-page to the main work (bound second) printed in red and black and title-page to the index (bound first), each in a four-piece woodcut border. Contemporary or near contemporary calf, with the boards richly blind-tooled in a panel design; rebacked with part of the original backstrip laid down. [188], [34], "CCCCCXXXVI" [= CCCCCXXXVIII] pp. Rare Paris edition of Pliny's Historiae naturalis, in the original Latin, the first edition with annotations by Hermolaus Barbarus (1454-1494). Pliny's Natural history is one of the largest single works to have survived from the Roman Empire and purports to cover the entire field of ancient knowledge, based on the best authorities available at the time. It encompasses the fields of botany, zoology, astronomy, geology and mineralogy as well as the exploitation of those resources. It remains a standard work for the Roman period and the advances in technology and understanding of natural phenomena at the time. Pliny's accounts of some technical advances are the only sources for those inventions. Hermolaus Barbarus was an Italian Renaissance scholar. He first published his discussions of Pliny's Natural history separately in 1492 as Castigationes Plinianae, which offers more than 5000 corrections to the original text. Due to this work and other classical works he translated o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:01
PLINIUS SECUNDUS, Gaius.
Epistolarum libri X. Panegyricus Traiano principi dictus. De viris illustribus in re militari, & in administranda Rep. Item Suetonii Tranquilli De claris grammaticis & rhetoribus. Julii Obsequentis Prodigiorum liber. ...Basel, (colophon: Andream Cratandrum, March) 1526. 8vo. With publisher's woodcut Fortuna device on verso of the last leaf and fine decorated woodcut initials. Contemporary blind-panel-stamped calf over wooden boards, with 4 different blind-stamped rectangular panels (2 on each board), each with 6 or 8 birds and animals in floral decoration, surrounded by text, 1 panel signed by Anthoine de Gavere, gilt and gauffered edges. [24], 551, [41] pp. Fine 16th-century Flemish panel-stamped binding, signed by Anthoine de Gavere. The family De Gavere were bookbinders at Ghent and Bruges between 1450 and 1545. The panel-stamped bindings from Ghent and Bruges are among the most delicately engraved and the most carefully executed of all. According to Weale, Anthoine was active at Ghent from 1459 to 1505, but the archives of Lille contain documents proving that from 1495 to 1505 Anthoine worked at Bruges, not Ghent, and that he was the binder of many of the beautiful manuscripts from the library of Philip I ("the Handsome"), Duke of Burgundy (1478-1506). A binding with similar panels signed by Anthoine de Gavere, and containing another Plinius edition, also dated 1526, is cited by Leon Gruel. Contents: three works by Plinius II, forming the main historical source for Trajan's ill-documented reign: his letters, presenting with considerable charm a richly varied picture of … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-07 08:19:39
Frankfurt: 1526. The work contains letters by the popes Fabian ( 236-250), Cornelius ( 251-253), Stephen I ( 254-257 ) and Sextus ( 257-258), 18 leaves, titlepage with woodcut borders.Very rare !! Very rare work from 1526 , with letters from four Popes. Johannes Cochlaeus - (Novem) Epistolae Decretales Veteru(m) Pontificum Romanoru(m), Longe ante Nicenum Concilium Promulgatae, a sanctis martyribus Christi , saeuiente adhuc Imperatorum persecutione. Fabiani - Epistolae III, Cornelii - Epistolae II, Stephani I - Epistolae II, Sixti II - Epistolae II 18 leaves, (35 pages ), modern wrappers. Titlepage with woodcut borders, title and a few margins with contemporary handwritten notes in ink - Dim.: 20,7 x 15,2 cm - Blank upper right margin of last 5 leaves damaged , last leaf repaired - otherwise in excellent condition! The work contains letters by the popes Fabian ( 236-250), Cornelius ( 251-253), Stephen I ( 254-257 ) and Sextus ( 257-258). The BSB ( VD 16 C 4307 ) quotes this work as printed by Ulrich Morhart der Ältere from Tübingen. The dedicatory letter on verso of title-page by Vuendelstinus is dated, Francofordia, Quarto Idus Apriles, Anno a Natali d(ome)nico 1526. The editor, the German humanist Johann Cochlaeus ( 1479-1552 ) who occasionally called himself Wendelstinus / Vuendelstinus, was born in Wendelstein near Nuremburg. He studied at the University of Cologne and became headmaster in Nuremburg where he published several school manuals. He stayed some time in Rome and was ordained there. As he was opposed to Luther , he was forced to leave frankfurt and went to Colo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tradetraveler65 [Assendelft, Netherlands]
2020-06-04 11:44:16
Frankfurt: 1526. The work contains letters by the popes Fabian ( 236-250), Cornelius ( 251-253), Stephen I ( 254-257 ) and Sextus ( 257-258), 18 leaves, titlepage with woodcut borders. Very rare work from 1526 , with letters from four Popes. Johannes Cochlaeus - (Novem) Epistolae Decretales Veteru(m) Pontificum Romanoru(m), Longe ante Nicenum Concilium Promulgatae, a sanctis martyribus Christi , saeuiente adhuc Imperatorum persecutione. Fabiani - Epistolae III, Cornelii - Epistolae II, Stephani I - Epistolae II, Sixti II - Epistolae II 18 leaves, (35 pages ), modern wrappers. Titlepage with woodcut borders, title and a few margins with contemporary handwritten notes in ink - Dim.: 20,7 x 15,2 cm - Blank upper right margin of last 5 leaves damaged , last leaf repaired - otherwise in excellent condition! The work contains letters by the popes Fabian ( 236-250), Cornelius ( 251-253), Stephen I ( 254-257 ) and Sextus ( 257-258). The BSB ( VD 16 C 4307 ) quotes this work as printed by Ulrich Morhart der Ältere from Tübingen. The dedicatory letter on verso of title-page by Vuendelstinus is dated, Francofordia, Quarto Idus Apriles, Anno a Natali d(ome)nico 1526. The editor, the German humanist Johann Cochlaeus ( 1479-1552 ) who occasionally called himself Wendelstinus / Vuendelstinus, was born in Wendelstein near Nuremburg. He studied at the University of Cologne and became headmaster in Nuremburg where he published several school manuals. He stayed some time in Rome and was ordained there. As he was opposed to Luther , he was forced to leave frankfurt and went to Cologne and late … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: tradetraveler65 [Assendelft, Netherlands]
2020-05-26 08:13:03
1526. molto buono. POMPONIUS MELA. IULIUS SOLINUS. ITINERARIUM ANTONINI AUG. VIBIUS SEQUESTER. P. VICTOR DE REGIONIBUS URBIS ROMAE. DYONISIUS AFER DE SITU ORBIS PRISCIANO INTERPRETE ITERUM CASTIGATUS & CUM GRAECO EXEMPLARI COLLATUS. Al colophon: Impressum Florentiae : per haeredes Philippi Iuntæ,Anno. D. XXVI. a Christiana salute supra mille mense Februario. Clemente. VII.maximo Pontefice. Sei opere in un solo volume. In 8°antico, carte 220,(4) . Marca tipografica in fine con due putti che sorreggono il giglio di Firenze, Legatura in pergamena con tassello al dorso. Buonissima copia in barbe con legatura leggermente allentata. Qualche piccola menda alla prima carta, e smangiature di tarlo che interessano la legatura al piatto anteriore e le carte di guardia, diverse annotazioni antiche in inchiostro marrone sbiadito all'Itinerarium Antonini.. Rarissimo a trovarsi integro e completo delle sei opere.
Bookseller: deciomartina [Carelli, Italy]
2020-05-23 00:01:04
1526. n Welcome to Mike's Bibles, Books and Coins We are pleased to be listing Bibles from the 1600's to new Bibles just released. We also specialize in Sermons given by the great preachers; including Tyndale, Andrewes, Latimer, Wesley, Spurgeon, Newton, Moody and many more. We have quite a few Prayer Books, devotionals and Hymnbooks. We also have many commentaries, pastoral studies and many biographies. We will be listing many of the Christian classics; Pilgrim's Progress, In His Steps, Saints Everlasting Rest to name a few. One of my favorite Christian authors is Isaac Watts and his Psalms and Hymns. Note: If there is a Theology, Christian Biography, or old Hymnbook that you need-let me know and I will see if I have it or can get it for you. We do list American and English coins-so please visit our store for your needs. Shipping: I do most shipping through the U.S. Postal Service. For Auction- A RARE Bible Leaf-Translated from the Greek in 1526 by the Great Reformer-Martin Luther. Printed in 1596-Luther's Translation is used here-a New Testament Leaf of the Book of Acts-Chapters 13 and 14. Included on the reverse is a small engraving for chapter 14. This is a leaf numbered 94-Small Folio 11 1/8" by 7 7/8" Single Column German language printing. New Testament Leaf -Book of Acts - Nice Leaf-fine condition with some very slight browning-a very quality leaf that is 494 years old!!! Extremely rare!!! Please view the photos- Special German Leaf-Martin Luther- See pics. 494 years old!!!!!! See all the photos Reasonably priced- God bless. Martin Luther From Wikipedia, the free en … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mbbc1611 [Saint Augustine, Florida, United States]
2020-05-20 19:03:03
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418):
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1 Holzschnitt-Bordüre auf Seite 1, beide von A. Woensam, sowie 7 figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 10 Bll., 124 (recte 142) Seiten. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Neuerer Pappband um 1900. *VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius war ein in Hispanien geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe, Schüler des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Sein berühmtestes Werk, die Historiae adversum Paganos, wurde auf Augustinus’ Anregung hin begonnen, dem die Schrift auch gewidmet ist. Das Werk war der erste Versuch, die Geschichte der Welt aus dezidiert christlicher Sicht als Geschichte einer von Gott geleiteten Menschheit zu beschreiben - gegen die damalige Theorie vom Untergang des Römischen Weltreiches durch das Auftreten des Christentums. Die historische Sichtweise mit der in vier Hauptperioden eingeteilten Weltgeschichte hatte einen immensen Einfluss auf die Weltsicht und Historiographie des Mittelalters bis noch ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein. Es sind nahezu 200 Manuskripte dieses Werkes erhalten geblieben, die erste gedruckte Version erschien 1471 in Augsburg. Vorliegend die erste Ausgabe der von Gerhard Bolsuinge nach drei alten Handschriften verbesserten Edition. Es erschienen in Köln noch mehrere weitere Auflagen dieser Edition im 16. Jahrhundert. - Die schöne Titelbordüre zeigt in 13 Szenen die Taten des Herkules, die Randverzierungen auf Seite 1 die Statuen der Agrippina und des Markus Agrippa. - Titelblatt unten mit alter Eintragung in Tinte. 4 Seite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-05-20 16:27:14
VALERIUS MAXIMUS[MAXIMUS VALERIUS], PLUTARCHUS
(Florentiae, per haeredes Philippi Iuntae 1526 die xxvii Novembris Clemente Septimo Pontifice Maximo). Cm. 16,5, cc. (4) 227 (1). Marchio tipografico giuntino a frontespizio e colophon. Bella legatura antica (ma posteriore) in piena pergamena rigida; dorso a 5 nervi con titoli manoscritti. Sporadiche e marginali arrossature, lievi fioriture/macchiette sparse. Esemplare nel complesso ben conservato. Valerio Massimo, storico romano attivo nei primi decenni del primo secolo d.C., scrisse questo celebre manuale di esempi retorico-morali (diviso in 9 libri e 95 categorie di vizi e virtù) raccogliendo fatti e aneddoti di storia romana forniti al lettore come esempi di comportamenti virtuosi. L'opera tratta di religione, auspici, prodigi, sogni, fortezza, valore, disciplina militare, trionfi, povertà, generosità, etc. Le pagine finali (cc. 214-227) includono un epitome delle Vite parallele di Plutarco. Cfr. Iccu; Bandini II, 209; Renouard, Annales, 49, 90; Brunet, V, 1049, menziona la giuntina precedente del 1517; Graesse, VII, p. 244. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2020-05-18 18:38:08
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418)
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Artikeldetails Adversus paganos historiarum libri septem (ed. G. Bolsuinge). Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418): Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1 Holzschnitt-Bordüre auf Seite 1, beide von A. Woensam, sowie 7 figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 10 Bll., 124 (recte 142) Seiten. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Neuerer Pappband um 1900. Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 143790 Bemerkungen: *VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius war ein in Hispanien geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe, Schüler des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Sein berühmtestes Werk, die Historiae adversum Paganos, wurde auf Augustinus' Anregung hin begonnen, dem die Schrift auch gewidmet ist. Das Werk war der erste Versuch, die Geschichte der Welt aus dezidiert christlicher Sicht als Geschichte einer von Gott geleiteten Menschheit zu beschreiben - gegen die damalige Theorie vom Untergang des Römischen Weltreiches durch das Auftreten des Christentums. Die historische Sichtweise mit der in vier Hauptperioden eingeteilten Weltgeschichte hatte einen immensen Einfluss auf die Weltsicht und Historiographie des Mittelalters bis noch ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein. Es sind nahezu 200 Manuskripte dieses Werkes erhalten geblieben, die erste gedruckte Version erschien 1471 in Augsburg. Vorliegend die erste Ausgabe der von Gerhard Bolsuinge nach drei alten Handschriften verbesserten Edition. Es erschienen in Köln noch mehrere weitere Auflagen dieser Edition im 16. Jahrhundert. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-05-17 12:02:00
Martin Luther
Wittemberg: Melchior Lotter, 1526. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents Martin Luther's 1526 German New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offering is YOUR CHOICE of ONE original bifolium from the Premium Leaf List below of bifolia recovered from the Martin Luther New Testament published in 1526. All original bifolia come with a Certificate of Historicity. Measurements: approximately 15 5/8" x 11". Location: 13.3 In 1522 Martin Luther published the New Testament into modern German using Erasmus' 3rd editio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, United States]
2020-05-17 11:09:03
Martin Luther
Wittemberg: Melchior Lotter, 1526. THERE IS A STORY BEHIND EVERY BLEMISH! Bible leaf collectors know that some leaves are hard to look at and others look as new as the day they left the printing press. The condition of a particular leaf reflects its history and is not an indication of its actual value. Perfect leaves are ones that have seen little or no use over the centuries in contrast to those that are scarred by the ravages of time. Unblemished leaves are unloved leaves because they have had little contact with sinners. Imperfect leaves tell a story. Some are torn and ripped and worn away by excessive use while others have burns or worm holes and still others are water stained by flood and sometimes even tears. Each ugly mark or stain is in fact a beautiful witness to the Word of God, which, "liveth and abideth forever." We offer Bible leaves as we acquire them letting their condition speak for themselves. All our leaves are sold as seen on eBay. You may request additional images and information for any leaf. Choice Leaves, Finer than Gold, from the Word of God Taste and see! It's sweeter than honey!! Psalm 19 The BIBLICAL ARCHIVES Presents Martin Luther's 1526 German New Testament This BIBLICAL ARCHIVES offering is YOUR CHOICE of ONE original leaf from the Premium Leaf List below of leaves recovered from the Martin Luther New Testament published in 1526. All original leaves come with a Certificate of Historicity. Measurements: approximately 11" x 8". Location: 13.3 In 1522 Martin Luther published the New Testament into modern German using Erasmus' 3rd edition 1519 Gree … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: biblicalarchives1611 [Orlando, Florida, United States]
2020-05-12 19:22:11
Trissino
Italy: De Gregori, 1526. VERY SCARCE EDITION OF SOPHONISBA THE FIRST MODERN TRAGEDY WRITTEN ACCORDING TO THE CANONS OF CLASSICAL GREEK TRAGEDY ONE COPY IN US LIBRARIES Trissino, Gian Giorgio. La Sophonisba del Trissino. [without date, without printer but Venice: De Gregori, 1526]. 8vo (145x100 mm), 18th century stiff vellum, gilt-lettered title at spine, blue edges, ff. 39, [1]. Elegant woodcut border at title-page. Very scarce early edition of Trissino's tragedy Sophonisba, printed anonymously in Venice, probably by Gregorio de Gregori. It could be the true second edition, preceding the Vicenza edition. Sofonisba was published for the first time in Rome in 1524 and reprinted in Vicenza in 1529. Written between 1514 and 1515, is the first regular tragedy of Italian literature, which is the first work in a European language that aims to revive the canons of classical Greek tragedy. It served as an example for European tragedies throughout the 16th century. Masinissa, son of Gala, king of the Masaesyli of western Numidia (present day Algeria) , after having fought gloriously in Spain by the Carthaginians against the Romans in 211 BC, when his father died was forced to return to Africa to restore his power. Lost the kingdom against Syphax, king of Numidia, he makes an alliance with the Romans and with his own cavalry contributes to the Roman victories until the battle on the river Ampsaga in 204 BC, in which Syphax was taken prisoner after the loss of the capital of his state, Cirta. Here it engages the historical episode of Sophonisba, Syphax's wife and daughter of the Cartha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bibliomany [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-12 08:09:17
William Tyndale
Bristol: Paradine. Facsimile. Very good condition. Newly rebound. William Tyndale 1526 New Testament Bible Facsimile. Paradine Ed. by F F Bruce. See pictures. William Tyndale 1526 New Testament Bible Facsimile. Paradine Edition by F F Bruce (in association with The Baptist College, Bristol 1976). A reproduction of the 1st printed English New Testament. Very good condition. Newly rebound. Hardcover with marbled cloth binding with brown/black 1/3 leather binding on spine. Red title plate with gold gilt with impressed decorative design and 4 raised ribs on spine. Size: 5 1/2" x & 1/2" x 2 1/4" thick. See pictures. store shelf 1 row 1.
Bookseller: rarebiblesandmore [Lynchburg, Virginia, United States]
2020-05-11 09:08:05
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418)
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Orosius: Adversus Paganos Historiarum Azzurra Septem 1526 Storia Del Mondo La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. Dettagli dell'articolo Adversus paganos historiarum libri septem (ed. G. Bolsuinge). Orosio, Paolo (ca. 385-418): Colonia, Eucharius Cervicornus per G. Hittorp, 1526. Con un ampio bordo figurativo del titolo dell'intaglio in legno e 1 bordo dell'intaglio in legno a pagina 1, entrambi di A. Woensam, e 7 figurine. Iniziali di xilografia. 10 ll., 124 (recte 142) pagine. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Nuovo nastro di cartone intorno al 1900. Lingua: latino Numero ordine: 143790 Commenti: * VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosio era uno storico e teologo cristiano tardo antico nato in Hispania, studente della chiesa padre Agostino. La sua opera più famosa, la Historiae adversum Paganos, è iniziata su suggerimento di Agostino, a cui è anche dedicata la scrittura. Il lavoro è stato il primo tentativo di descrivere la storia del mondo da una prospettiva cristiana dedicata come la storia di un'umanità guidata da Dio - contro la teoria al momento della caduta dell'Impero romano attraverso l'apparizione del cristianesimo. La prospettiva storica con la storia del mondo divisa in quattro periodi principali ha avuto un'enorme influenza sulla visione del mondo e sulla storiografia del Medioevo fino al 18 Secolo. Sono stati conservati quasi 200 manoscritti di quest'opera; la prima versione stampata app … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-05-09 14:06:03
1526. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Interessantissima e rara opera da collezione LA BIBBIA NELLA CULTURA E NELL'ARTE Volume di pregio realizzato dalla casa editrice UTET Grandi Opere in occasione del Giubileo della Misericordia, in cui i brani tratti dalle Scritture dialogano con le raffigurazioni bibliche create nel corso dei secoli dai grandi artisti. Il volume, la cui copertina ripropone il dipinto "Adamo ed Eva" realizzato da Lucas Cranach il Vecchio nel 1526, si apre con una prefazione di monsignor Giuseppe A. Scotti, presidente della Fondazione Vaticana Joseph Ratzinger-Benedetto XVI, cui fanno seguito i saggi di monsignor Waldemar Chrostowski, professore di Teologia ed Esegesi del Vecchio Testamento, premio Ratzinger 2014, e di Baruch A. Levine, biblista e professore emerito di Studi giudaici presso la New York University, che mettono in luce la grande influenza della Bibbia sulla cultura e sull'arte europee. Segue il saggio di monsignor Timothy Verdon sulla Bibbia nell'arte, accompagnato da 164 immagini di opere relative alla Bibbia e da una raccolta di testi biblici da cui esse sono ispirate. La cucitura, la legatura e la copertina in pregiata pelle naturale tinta alla botte in color cuoio sono state eseguite con procedimento manuale presso la Legatoria L'Arte del Libro in Todi. La riproduzione dell'opera "Adamo ed Eva" riprodotta in copertina del volume grande è stata realizzata secondo procedimento manuale al torchio con tecnica litoserigrafica materica a nove colori su lastra di metallo nel formato 24 x 36 cm presso la stamperia d'arte di Luigi Berardinelli di V … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: STUDIO BIBLIOGRAFICO (studio_bibliografico) [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-05 20:29:03
DEN GROTEN HERBARIUS
Antwerpen, (Claes) de Grave, June 1526. Folio (270 x 195mm). 188 Leaves, with over 400 woodcuts. Early 20th century red morocco, richly gilt decorated sides, gilt decorated spine in 6 compartments, gilt edges. ONE OF TWO COMPLETE COPIES KNOWN (see Hunt 24). The copy of F.W.T. Hunger, famous collector of early herbals, with his bookplate. His library was auctioned in 2 catalogues by Menno Herzberger in 1952. The present copy was number 31 of the first catalogue and sold to Rosenthal (according to manuscript note written in our catalogue). F.W.T. Hunger (1874-1952) 'devoted himself exclusively to the history of botanical sciences, and especially to the classical and 16th century herbals… In 1917 he was called to the University at Leyden, as a Lecturer… later on he became Director of the Institute for the History of medicine and Biology at that town. In his quality of botanico-historian he published numerous articles about prominent scientists of the past…' (From the introduction of the auction catalogue)./First two leaves with paper repair at the outer margin with loss of some letters, the following two leaves with paper repair at the outer margin, followed by a few leaved with minor repair at corner(s), last leaf probably taken from a shorter copy, browned and some paper damage with loss of a very few letters. At the end bound in 10 final leaves of the 1533 edition by C. de Grave of the same work. Apart from the mentioned defects a good copy, with some occasional browning. /An incomplete copy of the present edition was offered in the famous Klebs catalogue 'A catalogue of ea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2020-05-04 16:03:10
Valla Lorenzo (1407-1457) - La Grene Jean (14??-15??)
ex Officina Simonis Colinaei, 1526. Tagli spruzzati. Difetti ai canaletti, antiche firme di appartenenza sul frontespizio del Valla e su entrambi i colophon, un unico foro di tarlo che percorre, al centro dello specchio di stampa, l'intero volume disturbando in maniera insignificante qualche lettera L'opera di Valla è qui rilegata insieme al libello di rudimenti di grammatia latina del francescano Jean La Grène, Professore di teologia al Convento di San Bonaventura di Lione. Bella marca tipografica (Valla) e bel frontespizio architettonico (La Grène), capilettera ornati in entrambe le opere.
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-03 07:20:01
Anonimo
Jean Petit (Peruigili Magistri Andree Boucard chalcographi opera et diligentia sumptibus autem Iohannis Petit et ipsius impressoris bibliographorum in famatissima Parrhisiensi academia ad kalendas Augusti), 1526. Perdute le bindelle minima usura della coperta e lieve ondulazione dei piatti difetto al margine del frontespizio causato dalla cancellazione di un timbro con modestissima perdita di testo sul retro pagina Frontespizio rosso e nero con grande marca tipografica recanti iniziali e nome dello stampatore. Vignetta xilografica a fine indice raffigurante l'imperatore Giustiniano. Testo in gotico bicromatico con glossa
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-02 14:36:05
(CLASSICAL GEOGRAPHY).
Florence: Impressum per hæredes Philippi Iuntae, 1526. Florence: Impressum per hæredes Philippi Iuntae,, 1526. Classical geography in the renaissance Octavo (149 x 96 mm). 18th-century vellum, spine lettered in gilt, marbled sides. Vellum a little wormed, rear hinge reinforced, sporadic light foxing and a few instances of minor soiling, faint dampstain at foot of ff. 17-24 and to top right corner of ff. 185-193 and 208, minor pencilled marginalia throughout, cropped early annotations to ff. 51r, 52r, 68r, and 204r, and a few other early inked lines, minor paper fault to f. 135v. A very good copy. An early edition of this collection of classical geographical texts, including Pomponius Mela and Julius Solinus, and a translation into Latin of the Greek 1st-century world geography of Dinoysius Periegetes. The text is based on the first edition of the collection, printed by the Aldine press in 1518.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2020-05-01 23:11:12
1526. Autore: EQUICOLA Mario Titolo: Libro di natura d'amore di Mario Equicola nuovamente stampato et con somma diligentia corretto Luogo di stampa: Vinegia Editore: Gioanniantonio & Fratelli de Sabbio Anno: 1526 Condizioni: leggere attentamente la descrizione nella scheda In 24, carte 203 + (1). Cornice incisa al front. Gora al marg. interno delle carte. Abrasione di una lettera con l'iniziale del cognome dell'A. al fr. Esemplare rifilato ai margini (con perdita di una lettera nello schema interno stampato nel testo). Legatura in p. pg antica. Seconda edizione rarissima, la prima ristampa dopo la princeps del 1525 che si intitolava Libro de natura de amore di questo trattato scritto nei primi anni del Cinquecento e vistosamente normalizzato dal punto di vista linguistico nelle edizioni successive alla princeps. L'opera ebbe un'ampia fortuna. Se ne conoscono quattordici edizioni (l'ultima e' del 1607) comprese quelle dei rifacimenti toscani di L. Dolce e T. Porcacchi; fu tradotta in francese e si hanno indicazioni d'una traduzione in spagnolo. Per lungo tempo s'e' creduto all'esistenza di una redazione originale in latino poi smentita da studi successivi. Si tratta di un'autentica enciclopedia della civilta' cortigiana, la prima realizzazione di un modello che sara' perfezionato dal Libro del Cortegiano 'Sono in essa trattate le questioni della filosofia d'amore ch'erano in voga ai tempi dell'autore ed e' curioso spezialmente il Libro primo, in cui egli passa in rassegna i nomi di quelli che sullo stesso argomento, sia in versi, sia in prosa, avevano scritto prima … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium (comalek) [Asti, Italy, Italy]
2020-04-29 22:42:03
DESPAUTERIUS, Johannes
S.l. (Lugduni), Laurens Hyllaire, 1526. En 4º menor (188 x 135)mm. 6 hojas. Signatura A6. Tipografía gótica. bella portada renacentista enmarcada por cuatro tacos xilográficos y marca del impresor granada en el centro. Encuadernación en pergamino del siglo dieciocho. Temprana edición de este famoso "libro escolar" del año 1526 relativo a la ortografía y gramática en lengua latina, muy raro. La primera edición apareció en Paris en 1521. Johannes Despauterius (1480-1520) como Nebrija, siguen la estela del humanista Laurentius Valla, quien había reivindicado a mediados del siglo XV el retorno al latín clásico, el latín de Cicerón, en contra de los usos oficiales del latín medieval que habían degradado el idioma. Además de este tratado de Ortografía publicó una Grammatica, una Syntaxis, y el Ars versificatoria. Sus obras se emplearon para la enseñanza del latín en todo Europa y quedaron como trabajos de referencia para el estudio del latín durante siglos. Excelente ejemplar en perfecto estado. Es obra rara en comercio. De mucha estima.Referencias: Pettegree, Books Published in France before 1601, 64734
Bookseller: Librería José Porrúa Turanzas S.A. [Madrid, Spain]
2020-04-26 18:19:05
Orosius, Paul (approx. 385-418)
Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus for G. Hittorp. Orosius: Adversus Paganos Historiarum Libri Septem 1526 World History The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Item details Adversus paganos historiarum libri septem (ed. G. Bolsuinge). Orosius, Paul (approx. 385-418): Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus for G. Hittorp, 1526. With a wide figurative woodcut title border and 1 woodcut border on page 1, both by A. Woensam, and 7 figurines. Woodcut initials. 10 ll., 124 (recte 142) pages. Folio (29.5 x 19.5 cm). Newer cardboard tape around 1900. Language: Latin Order number: 143790 Comments: * VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204,374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius was a late antique historian and Christian theologian born in Hispania, student of the church father Augustine. His most famous work, the Historiae adversum Paganos, was started at the suggestion of Augustine, to whom the writing is also dedicated. The work was the first attempt to describe the history of the world from a dedicated Christian perspective as the story of a God-led humanity - against the theory at the time of the fall of the Roman Empire through the appearance of Christianity. The historical perspective with the world history divided into four main periods had an immense influence on the worldview and historiography of the Middle Ages until the 18th Century. Almost 200 manuscripts of this work have been preserved; the first printed version appeared in Augsburg in 1471. This is the first edition of the edition improved by Gerhard Bols … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-04-26 08:14:09
Appianus
Heredi di Philippo Giunta, 1526. 17 cm, rilegatua coeva in cartone alla rustica, dorso con tre nervetti e titolo ben manoscritto, 287 carte. Frontespizio con marca tipografica in xilografia con giglio araldico (stemma di Firenze) e putti su altare con l'niziale: F. ed il motto: Nil candidius. La carta (a4) e la carta (&1) sono state perfettamente reintegrate, due piccole macchiline d'inchiostro al frontespizio. manca l'ultima carta senza testo che replica la sola marca tipografica del frontespizio. Rara seconda edizione Giuntina stampata con carattere corsivo in lingua volgare. Qualche segno del tempo alle copertine, ma assai ben conservato.
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB) [Italy]
2020-04-24 17:14:04
SARZOSA FRANCISCO.
Paris, Simon de Colines, 1526. In-folio; 42 carte (l'ultima contiene l'errata). Le estensioni presenti alle carte 14, 16, 18 e 19 sono ripiegate all'interno e perfettamente conservate. Legatura dei primi del novecento firmata J.B. Hawes Cambridge, in tutto vitellino avana con filetti e fregi angolari a secco ai piatti. Greca in oro ai labbri, tagli rossi. Tassello con titolo in oro al dorso. Rinforzo ben eseguito ad una cerniera. Buon esemplare (31x21 cm.) che preserva, ripiegate all'interno, le parti eccedenti la giustezza del libro delle grandi ruote planetarie. Ex libris Biblioteca Dyson Perrins e poi Honeyman. Prima edizione assai rara dedicata a Juan de Nuza, vicerè di Aragona, che descrive, anche attraverso numerose illustrazioni, lo strumento, inventato dall'autore, per la determinazione della circonferenza della Luna e di alcuni Pianeti. Questo sistema, elogiato in Francia ed in Italia, fu adottato anche da Tycho Brahe. Il volume è illustrato, al titolo dalla bella bordura alle armi del re di Francia, opera di Simone Colines da disegno di Oronce Finé, da numerose iniziali grandi e piccole incise su fondo nero e da 175 xilografie, delle quali 4 a piena pagina, che descriveno in ogni sua parte lo strumento. Vengono quindi fornite le indicazioni su come assemblare le su parti e costruirlo, e su come utilizzarlo. "This is the only printed work by the Spaniard F. Sarzosa, who was a famous mathematician and astronomer and whose calculations were used by Tycho Brahe. Admirable product of French bookmaking during the Renaissance. In France, from 1526 onward, the mathematici … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-20 16:29:09
1526. Publio TERENZIO Afro - Pub. Terentii Afri Comoediae in sua metra restitutae. Interp[re]tantibus Aelio Donato gra[m]matico, Guidone Iuuenale Cenomano, Io[hanne] Calphurnio, nec no[n] & Seruio, Iodocoq[ue] Badio Asce[n]sio, cu[m] figuris aptissimis multisq[ue] in locis adiu[n]ctis dictionibus Graecis q[uae] deera[n]t. Necnon & ornatissimus index tam vocabulorum q[uam] adagiorum quae digna annotatu visa sunt, nouerit impressae - 1526. Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum in edibus Alexandri Paganini. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 8°, cm 22,1; cc. (10) CCLXXXVII; mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Bel frontespizio in cornice geometrica, testo al centro con commento su due colonne ai lati, capilettera ornati, 5 belle tavole xilografate a piena pagina. Rara edizione delle commedie di Terenzio stampata a Toscolano Maderno, sul Lago di Garda, da Alessandro Paganini, facente parte di una numerosa famiglia di Tipografi attivi anche a Venezia. Ex libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri all'ultima pagina dell'indice iniziale
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-04-18 04:10:02
Orosius, Paulus (env. 385-418)
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Adversus Paganos Historiarum Libri Septem ( Ed. G.Bolsuinge ) . Orosius, Paul (C Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Détails de l'article Adversus paganos historiarum libri septem (éd. G. Bolsuinge). Orosius, Paul (env. 385-418): Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus pour G.Hittorp, 1526. Avec une large bordure de titre de gravure sur bois figurative et 1 bordure de gravure sur bois à la page 1, à la fois par A. Woensam, et 7 figurine. Gravure sur boisInitiales. 10 feuilles, 124 (recte 142) pages. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Ruban en carton plus récent vers 1900. Langue: Latin Numéro de commande: 143790 Commentaires: * VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204,374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius était un ancien historien antique et théologien chrétien né en Hispanie, élève du père de l'église Augustin. Son œuvre la plus célèbre, l'Historiae adversum Paganos, a été lancée à la suggestion d'Augustin, à qui l'écriture est également dédiée. Le travail était la première tentative de décrire l'histoire du monde dans une perspective chrétienne dédiée comme l'histoire d'une humanité dirigée par Dieu - contre la théorie au moment de la chute de l'Empire romain à travers l'apparition du christianisme. La perspective historique avec l'histoire du monde divisée en quatre périodes principales a eu une immense influence sur la vision du monde et l'historiographie du Moyen Âge jusqu'au 18 Siècle. Près de 200 manuscrits de cette œuvre ont été conservés; la première version imprimée e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2020-04-16 20:59:05
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418):
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1 Holzschnitt-Bordüre auf Seite 1, beide von A. Woensam, sowie 7 figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 10 Bll., 124 (recte 142) Seiten. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Neuerer Pappband um 1900. *VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius war ein in Hispanien geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe, Schüler des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Sein berühmtestes Werk, die Historiae adversum Paganos, wurde auf Augustinus’ Anregung hin begonnen, dem die Schrift auch gewidmet ist. Das Werk war der erste Versuch, die Geschichte der Welt aus dezidiert christlicher Sicht als Geschichte einer von Gott geleiteten Menschheit zu beschreiben - gegen die damalige Theorie vom Untergang des Römischen Weltreiches durch das Auftreten des Christentums. Die historische Sichtweise mit der in vier Hauptperioden eingeteilten Weltgeschichte hatte einen immensen Einfluss auf die Weltsicht und Historiographie des Mittelalters bis noch ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein. Es sind nahezu 200 Manuskripte dieses Werkes erhalten geblieben, die erste gedruckte Version erschien 1471 in Augsburg. Vorliegend die erste Ausgabe der von Gerhard Bolsuinge nach drei alten Handschriften verbesserten Edition. Es erschienen in Köln noch mehrere weitere Auflagen dieser Edition im 16. Jahrhundert. - Die schöne Titelbordüre zeigt in 13 Szenen die Taten des Herkules, die Randverzierungen auf Seite 1 die Statuen der Agrippina und des Markus Agrippa. - Titelblatt unten mit alter Eintragung in Tinte. 4 Seite … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun [Gengenbach, Germany]
2020-04-15 08:00:11
Orosius, Paulus (ca. 385-418)
Köln, Eucharius Cervicornus für G. Hittorp, 1526. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 1 Holzschnitt-Bordüre auf Seite 1, beide von A. Woensam, sowie 7 figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 10 Bll., 124 (recte 142) Seiten. Folio (29,5 x 19,5 cm). Neuerer Pappband um 1900. *VD16 O 924. - Adams O 300; Palau 204.374; Schweiger II, 621. - Orosius war ein in Hispanien geborener spätantiker Historiker und christlicher Theologe, Schüler des Kirchenvaters Augustinus. Sein berühmtestes Werk, die Historiae adversum Paganos, wurde auf Augustinus’ Anregung hin begonnen, dem die Schrift auch gewidmet ist. Das Werk war der erste Versuch, die Geschichte der Welt aus dezidiert christlicher Sicht als Geschichte einer von Gott geleiteten Menschheit zu beschreiben - gegen die damalige Theorie vom Untergang des Römischen Weltreiches durch das Auftreten des Christentums. Die historische Sichtweise mit der in vier Hauptperioden eingeteilten Weltgeschichte hatte einen immensen Einfluss auf die Weltsicht und Historiographie des Mittelalters bis noch ins 18. Jahrhundert hinein. Es sind nahezu 200 Manuskripte dieses Werkes erhalten geblieben, die erste gedruckte Version erschien 1471 in Augsburg. Vorliegend die erste Ausgabe der von Gerhard Bolsuinge nach drei alten Handschriften verbesserten Edition. Es erschienen in Köln noch mehrere weitere Auflagen dieser Edition im 16. Jahrhundert. - Die schöne Titelbordüre zeigt in 13 Szenen die Taten des Herkules, die Randverzierungen auf Seite 1 die Statuen der Agrippina und des Markus Agrippa. - Titelblatt unten mit alter Eintragung in Tinte. 4 Seit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun [Germany]
2020-04-12 08:00:17
Johannes Cochläus (Dobneck, Dobeneck)
Tübingen: Morhart, 1526. Titel: Epistolae decretales veteru[m] Pontificum Romanoru[m], longe ante Nicenum Conciliu[m] promulgatae, a sanctis martyribus Christi, saeviente adhuc Imperatorum persecutione. Fabiani Epistolae III. Cornelii Epistolae II. Stephani I. Epistolae II. Sixti II. Epistolae II. 18 ungez. Bl. Klein 4°. Ohne Einband. Heftung gelockert. Seiten und Schnitt gebräunt und fleckig sowie teilweise mit kleinen Einrissen im weißen Rand. Sämtliche Seiten mit rötlicher Verfärbung am Vorderschnitt. Einzelne Seiten am Bundsteck mit Reispapierstreifen verstärkt. Titelblatt mit alt hinterlegtem Ausschnitt in der Mitte des unteren Randes und kleinem Einriss am rechten Rand (mit Reparaturstreifen hinterlegt). Edition von Briefen früher Päpste (Fabian, Cornelius, Stephan I.; Sixtus II.) von Johannes Cochläus (eigentlich Dobneck oder Dobeneck) (1479-155) aus Wendelstein. Cochläus war einer der bedeutendsten Widersacher Luthers. Mit figürlichem Titelholzschnitt von Hans Baldung Grien (1484/85-1545) und figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Erste Ausgabe. Vgl. Spahn 1964, S. 41; Steiff 1963, S. 21, Nr. 8. VD16 C 4307. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: antiquariatcl [Würzburg, DE]
2020-04-07 15:14:07
1526. Publio TERENZIO Afro - Pub. Terentii Afri Comoediae in sua metra restitutae. Interp[re]tantibus Aelio Donato gra[m]matico, Guidone Iuuenale Cenomano, Io[hanne] Calphurnio, nec no[n] & Seruio, Iodocoq[ue] Badio Asce[n]sio, cu[m] figuris aptissimis multisq[ue] in locis adiu[n]ctis dictionibus Graecis q[uae] deera[n]t. Necnon & ornatissimus index tam vocabulorum q[uam] adagiorum quae digna annotatu visa sunt, nouerit impressae - 1526. Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum in edibus Alexandri Paganini. Piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 8°, cm 22,1; cc. (10) CCLXXXVII; mancante ultima carta con registro (fornibile in facsimile a richiesta), carte di guardia moderne, qualche alone, qualche carta arrossata e qualche camminamento di tarlo che non lede il testo (eccezion fatta per qualche lettera delle glosse editoriali, in 6 carte centrali). Bel frontespizio in cornice geometrica, testo al centro con commento su due colonne ai lati, capilettera ornati, 5 belle tavole xilografate a piena pagina. Rara edizione delle commedie di Terenzio stampata a Toscolano Maderno, sul Lago di Garda, da Alessandro Paganini, facente parte di una numerosa famiglia di Tipografi attivi anche a Venezia. Ex libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri all'ultima pagina dell'indice iniziale
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-04-04 16:16:11
Ferdinand I, Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire (1504-1564).
1526. 1 p. Oblong folio. Written as Archduke, to Christopher Rauber (1466-1536), Bishop of Ljubljana (and later governor of Carniola), and the Imperial Councillor Siegmund Dietrichstein Hollenbach (1484-1533), empowering them to enter into negotiations with Krsto Frankopan, Ban of Croatia (d. 1527), regarding the Hungarian crown, which Ferdinand claimed after the death of his brother Louis II of Bohemia and Hungary after the Battle of Mohacs (29 August 1526). One of the earliest documents calling Ferdinand "elected King of Bohemia". - Perfectly preserved.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [Austria]
2020-03-30 10:06:03
Goltzius, Hubert (1526-83). Lebendige Bilder gar nach aller Keysern, von C. Iulio Caesare, bisz auff Carolum V und Ferdinandum seinem Bruder, aus den alten Medalien . . . Folio. 174 leaves, unpaginated (*6 a-b6 A-Z6 Az-Cc6). Title and 133 plates printed in chiaroscuro. Antwerp: In Aegidij Copenij Diesthemij Truckerey, 1557. 325 x 236 mm. Some minor foxing and offsetting as is common with this title, otherwise a very good to fine copy. From the library of the Prince of Liechtenstein, with his bookplate. Rare First German Edition of the First Book Extensively Illustrated with Chiaroscuro Woodcuts. Goltzius, a German numismatist, employed the Dutch artist Josse van Gietleughen to prepare medallion portraits of the Roman and Holy Roman emperors from Julius Caesar to Charles V, using a combination of woodcut and intaglio printing to produce the final chiaroscuro images. Goltzius based the portraits on his extensive research into ancient and medieval coins and medals; where he could find no satisfactory image, as with several Carolingian and Ottonian monarchs, he printed a blank roundel. Goltzius published Latin, German and Italian editions of his book in 1557; a French edition appeared in 1559 and a Spanish one in 1560. The first German edition is considere Wd to be much scarcer than the first Latin edition. "For Goltzius's Imperatorum imagines . . . Gietleughen cut two woodblocks per etched image . . . A darker tone provides the background for the effigy, a lighter tone the flesh-tone and the background for the inscription and the white of the paper the highlights . . . Goltziu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antichita Beggio (antichitabeggio) [noventa padovana, Italy]
2020-03-18 05:56:38
Negusanti, Antonio; Negusanzio, Antonio
1526. Bologna: Characteribus Cynthii..., 1526. 1st ed.. Bologna: Characteribus Cynthii..., 1526. 1st ed. First Edition of a Standard Work on Pledges and Mortgages Negusanti, Antonio [1465-1528]. Tractatus de Pignoribus et Hypothecis Domini Antonii Negusantii de Fano. [Bologna: Characteribus Cynthii Achillini excussa, 11 Augusti 1526]. [xii], 68, [2] ff. Text (except dedication) in parallel columns. Main text preceded by index (Repertorium). Folio (14-1/2" x 10"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and faint early hand-lettered title to spine. Light rubbing, minor soiling and some minor stains to boards, which are slightly bowed, chip to head of spine, joints just starting at foot, corners bumped and somewhat worn, minor worming to pastedowns and endleaves, wear holes (paper flaw?) to rear free endpaper, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page of Repertorium. Title pages printed within woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning, light foxing in a few places, brief early annotations in a few places, some affected by trimming, faint oil stains to a few leaves, light soiling and minor edgewear to preliminaries. An impressive copy of the rare first edition. $5,000. * First edition. Negusanti's treatise on pledges and mortgages in Roman law was a standard work for several generations of lawyers throughout Europe. Several issues and editions followed, the last one in 1736. OCLC locates 2 copies, 1 in North America (at Harvard Law School). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE23606. [Attributes: First Edi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [United States]
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2020-03-17 11:58:03
CEPORINUS Jacob
1526-8. Titles of first and second parts within historiated woodcut borders, large woodcut printers device on verso of final leaf of first part, white on black initials in all three parts, some historiated in second and third. Roman, italic and greek type. 3 works in one volume. 8vo (150 x 100mm). 198, [2]pp.; 88ff.; 76ff, 4(additional, blank)ff. Contemporary thin vellum over pasteboard, title inked on spine, remains of leather ties (worming to spine and upper board, portion of vellum lacking at foot of spine, stitching and lower spine band visible, covers stained). Sammelband of Greek and Latin primers, with additional blank leaves for notes. The first part is the first edition of Froschouer's compendium of Greek grammar, comprising Zurich scholar Jacob Ceporin's widely-used Greek primer, Hesiod's didactic poem, Works and Days, and a series of Greek epigrams. Ceporin's textbook, first published in 1522, explored Greek grammar in all its iterations, and the text was a staple in schools and universities (Ladurie). Similarly, Hesiod's 800-line didactic poem was compulsory reading in German universities in the sixteenth century. The final part of this first volume, the epigrams, offered easily readable, bite-sized examples of Greek grammar and language, presumably intended to complement the instruction provided in the preceding sections. The second part is a Latin account of Roman priests and magistrates, written by the Florentine Andrea Fiocchi (1400-52) under the name of Roman historian Lucius Fenestella. In this, the second edition of these collected works (the first at Bas … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2020-03-17 11:35:13
Negusanti, Antonio; Negusanzio, Antonio
1526. Bologna: Characteribus Cynthii..., 1526. 1st ed. First Edition of a Standard Work on Pledges and Mortgages for Several Generations of Lawyers Negusanti, Antonio [1465-1528]. Tractatus de Pignoribus et Hypothecis Domini Antonii Negusantii de Fano. [Bologna: Characteribus Cynthii Achillini excussa, 11 Augusti 1526]. [xii], 68, [2] ff. Text (except dedication) in parallel columns. Main text preceded by index (Repertorium). Folio (14-1/2" x 10"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and faint early hand-lettered title to spine. Light rubbing, minor soiling and some minor stains to boards, which are slightly bowed, chip to head of spine, joints just starting at foot, corners bumped and somewhat worn, minor worming to pastedowns and endleaves, wear holes (paper flaw?) to rear free endpaper, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page of Repertorium. Title pages printed within woodcut architectural border. woodcut decorated initials. Light toning, light foxing in a few places, brief early annotations in a few places, some affected by trimming, faint oil stains to a few leaves, light soiling and minor edgewear to preliminaries. An impressive copy of the rare first edition. $5,000. * First edition. Negusanti's treatise on pledges and mortgages in Roman law was a standard work for several generations of lawyers throughout Europe. Several issues and editions followed, the last one in 1736. OCLC locates 2 copies, 1 in North America (at Harvard Law School). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE23606. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
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