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        De Termino Michaelis [to Trinitatis] Anno xv E.iiii [1475]. S.T.C. 9852; Beale R321

      The Redman printing, conjecturally the first printing of this year book, preceding that of Richard Pynson by a year, of considerable rarity, this one of two copies ("Private Collections") recorded in ESTC, the other at the British Library. Modern vellum backed marbled boards, slightly dusty, else well-margined, lacking the last six leaves [xxvii-xxxii]; the Taussig and Hetherington copy. Imprynted . . . by me Robert Redman at syne of the George [etc.], London, 1526.

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        Hystoria Tripertita. Habes candissime lector Hystoriam Tripertitam Cassiodori Senatoris viri Dei de regimine Ecclesie primitive; que antea quamplurimis scatebat erroribus adamussim emendatam, pristineque integritati restitutam.

      (Lyon, Jacques Giunta), 1526. - 8vo. (126 unnumbered leaves). Modern half vellum. 18.5 cm (Ref: Baudrier VI,122; not in Schweiger, nor Brunet, or Ebert.) (Details: Woodcut borders on title; title in red & black; Printer's device of Jacques Giunta, and a red Florentine 'fleur de lis' on title; numerous woodcut initials; the text is printed in 2 columns.) (Condition: Paper slightly browning; lower margin very slightly waterstained; occasional old ink underlinings and annotations) (Note: The 'Historia tripartita' by Cassiodorus (490-590), the celebrated founder of the Monasterium Vivariense, and one of the most important authors of his time, is a history of the church in 12 books, with excerpts from the church historians Theodoretus, Socrates and Sozomenus in Latin translation, in one volume 'in unum collecte' (sic.). Cassiodorus wanted to make in this manual their works known to the clergy in the West, who couldnot read Greek any longer. In the praefatio, written by Cassiodorus himself it says, the church historian Theodoretus is called Theodoricus twice. Cassiodorus tells the reader that Epiphanius Scholasticus translated the text of the 'Hystoria', and that he himself corrected faults of style, and diction, and arranged it into one continuous history. Epiphanius did so 'domino prestante'. This probably means that Cassiodorus helped Epiphanius. It seems that Epiphanius was an insubordinate of Cassiodorus, who was called by him 'master'. Epiphanius might have been a chaplain, an amanuensis, or a general assistant. (See Du Cange, Glossarium, s.v. Scholasticus). The NP says that Epiphanius translated 'im Auftrag des Cassiodorus griechische Werke ins Lateinischen, als wichtigste die Historia tripartita' (NP 3,1153). So Epiphanius helped his superior with the translation of Greek manuscripts into Latin. This was done to urge the clergy to classical and sacred studies. This manual of church history served the clergy throughout the Middle Ages well. Posterity can be harsh: 'The Historia Tripartita is a hasty composition, teeming with errors and contradictions, but nevertheless much used throughout the Middle Ages as a manual of history'. (Catholic Encyclopedia, s.v. Cassiodorus). The text was first published in 1472) (Collation: A-Q8 (leaf Q6 verso, leaves Q7 & Q8 blank) (Photographs on request) 500 gr

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        Opera Omnia

      Venice Aldine Press 1526. - Folio, (6), 233, (1) ff., the Aldine device on title and verso of last leaf, Greek type. Bound in eighteenth-century French mottled calf, gilt spine, brown morocco label. Title with some very slight marginal dustsoiling, else excellent. A fine and fresh copy of the editio princeps of the Hippocratic corpus, a collection of texts assembled in the third century B.C., including the Hippocratic Oath and many of the foundation texts of western medicine, traditionally attributed to the legendary physician and teacher Hippocrates of Cos. "It is uncertain which of them, if any, are directly connected with the historical physician Hippocrates of Cos, who flourished in the latter half of the fifth century B.C. Through the writings attributed to him Hippocrates is credited with developing the first system of empirical medicine based on clinical experience, and the Hippocratic Oath has long been regarded as expressing the fundamental ethical and moral standards of the medical profession" (Grolier, Medicine p. 3). The text was edited by Francesco Torresani, using a fifteenth-century manuscript now in Paris (BNF MS gr. 2141), with corrections provided by a second manuscript which belonged to Cardinal Bessarion (Venice, Bibliotheca Marciana MS gr. 269). This edition, comprising 59 works, includes some that were not included in the Latin translation by Marco Fabio Calvo published the previous year in Rome. "The Aldine Greek edition of Hippocrates marked a significant advance over Calvus’s Latin translation. As Franciscus Asulanus [Francesco Torresani] pointed out in his notice to the reader, it repaired a considerable number of accidental omissions and one long repetition that Calvus. made because he followed only one manuscript. Moreover, by presenting the original text, it laid the necessary foundation for all further philological and medical study of the corpus" (ibid).* Adams H-563; Durling 2316; Grolier, Medicine 1B; Stillwell 405 (with a detailed listing of contents) and 656; Norman 1077; Osler 142; Wellcome 3173. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        S. Thomas super poste. Cum tabula. Angelici divinique doctoris sanctissimi Thome aquinatis ... in libros perihermenias & posteriorum analeticorum cum duplici textu antiquo usque & Io. Argiropoli Biçantij praeclarissima ac perfundissima commentaria necnon eiusdem. S. doctoris insigne fallaciorum opusculum, per f. Thomam vicentinusque eiusdem ordinis ... adamusique cum ipsis textibus recognita cumctisque mendis expurgata. Adiecto insuper copioso repertorio noviter excogitato ... Sequuntur & perutiles questiones ... Dominici de Flandria eiusdem ordi. in commentaria dicta insigneque fallaciorum opusculum per venerabilem p. fratrem Gasparem veronensem virum bene doctum praefati ordi. regularis vitae recognitae: cunctisque erroribus emendatae ? 2 tomi uniti

      Antonij Iunta Florentini 1526 Idibus Septembris in folio, cc. (14), 96, 74, leg. monacale con piatti in assicelle di legno e ds. in pelle (restaurato), testo in magnifico carattere gotico su due colonne, marca tipogr. dei Giunti con registro alla fine dei due voll., grande e bella vignetta inc. in xilogr. all?inizio del 1° libro in cui si vedono S. Tommaso e Averroè circondati da studenti, diversi disegni n.t., 2 grandi capil. animati all?inizio dei voll., altri capil. ornati all?interno di ciascun vol. Ottimo esempl. su carta chiara e forte. I due tomi comprendono: ?Interpretatio in libros Aristotelis Perihermenias cum textu?, ?Interpretatio in libros Aristotelis Posteriorum analyticorum?, ?Fallaciae S. Thomae? e ?Dominicus de Flandria Questiones?. Molto raro. Cfr. Annali dei Giunti pag. 226 n. 309.

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        Hystoria Tripertita Habes candissime lector Hystoriam Tripertitam Cassiodori Senatoris viri Dei de regimine Ecclesie primitive; que antea quamplurimis scatebat erroribus adamussim emendatam, pristineque integritati restitutam

      (Lyon, Jacques Giunta), 1526. 8vo. (126 unnumbered leaves). Modern half vellum. 18.5 cm (Ref: Baudrier VI,122; not in Schweiger, nor Brunet, or Ebert.) (Details: Woodcut borders on title; title in red & black; Printer's device of Jacques Giunta, and a red Florentine 'fleur de lis' on title; numerous woodcut initials; the text is printed in 2 columns.) (Condition: Paper slightly browning; lower margin very slightly waterstained; occasional old ink underlinings and annotations) (Note: The 'Historia tripartita' by Cassiodorus (490-590), the celebrated founder of the Monasterium Vivariense, and one of the most important authors of his time, is a history of the church in 12 books, with excerpts from the church historians Theodoretus, Socrates and Sozomenus in Latin translation, in one volume 'in unum collecte' (sic.). Cassiodorus wanted to make in this manual their works known to the clergy in the West, who couldnot read Greek any longer. In the praefatio, written by Cassiodorus himself it says, the church historian Theodoretus is called Theodoricus twice. Cassiodorus tells the reader that Epiphanius Scholasticus translated the text of the 'Hystoria', and that he himself corrected faults of style, and diction, and arranged it into one continuous history. Epiphanius did so 'domino prestante'. This probably means that Cassiodorus helped Epiphanius. It seems that Epiphanius was an insubordinate of Cassiodorus, who was called by him 'master'. Epiphanius might have been a chaplain, an amanuensis, or a general assistant. (See Du Cange, Glossarium, s.v. Scholasticus). The NP says that Epiphanius translated 'im Auftrag des Cassiodorus griechische Werke ins Lateinischen, als wichtigste die Historia tripartita' (NP 3,1153). So Epiphanius helped his superior with the translation of Greek manuscripts into Latin. This was done to urge the clergy to classical and sacred studies. This manual of church history served the clergy throughout the Middle Ages well. Posterity can be harsh: 'The Historia Tripartita is a hasty composition, teeming with errors and contradictions, but nevertheless much used throughout the Middle Ages as a manual of history'. (Catholic Encyclopedia, s.v. Cassiodorus). The text was first published in 1472) (Collation: A-Q8 (leaf Q6 verso, leaves Q7 & Q8 blank) (Photographs on request)

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        Iustino historico clarissimo, nelle Historie di Trogo Pompeo, novamente in lingua toscana tradotto, et con somma diligentia et cura stampato.

      Gregorio de Gregorii,, In Vinegia, 1526 - Cm. 14,5, cc. 176. Frontespizio con bella bordura decorativa e capolettera alla maniera nera. Legatura recente ad imitazione dell'antico in piena pelle con impressioni a secco. Alcune annotazione ms. di mano coeva ed una firma di possesso al frontespizio. Margine del frontespizio rifilato alla bordura, una piccola mancanza al margine bianco delle prime 6/7 carte, peraltro esemplare in buono stato di conservazione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        New reformierte Landts-Ordnung der Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol, wie die auß Landts-Fürstlichem Befelch, im 1603. Jahr, umgedruckt worden.- Angeb.: Ordnung und Reformation Gueter Policey, In Ihrer Durchleuchtigkeit Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Innsbruck, Daniel Paur 1603. 4º. 6 Bll, CXLVI num. Bll., 30 Bll.; 1 Bl., XXIX num. Bll, mit großem Titelholzschnitt und mehrf. gefalt. Maßtafel, Ldr. 18. Jhdts. mit Rsch.

      - VD17 12:623474N - STC T 845 - Waldner, Tiroler Buchdr., 97.- Neue Ausgabe der 1526 bzw. 1573 erstmals erschienenen Ferdinandeischen Lands- und Polizeiordnung, "eine umfassende Kodifikation der provinziellen Rechte, des öffentlichen Rechts, sowohl einschließlich des Strafrechts wie auch des Privat- und Prozeßrechts" (Huber 164). ? Der große, beinahe blattgroße Titelholzschnitt, mit dem Porträt von Erzherzog Ferdinand; die gefaltete Tabelle mit dem Ellenmaß von Innsbruck und Bozen, sowie des "Werkschuechs mit seinen abgethailten Zöllen" der Stadt Bozen.- Vorsatz mit hs. Anmerkungen, nur gering braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht berieben, inges. schönes Exemplar.

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        Opera.in vetustißimo codice conscripta, nuper apud Germanos inventa . nunc denuo impressa. Item opera Maxentii Johannis, pulcra vetustatis monumenta, in eodem codice reperta.

      Cologne, Alopecius for Hittorp 1526. Two works in 1 vol. - 8vo. 4 lvs., (1) p., 414 pp., (1) p. (blank); 3 lvs., 148 pp. With 2 woodcut borders by Anton Woensam. Very well preserved and richly blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards (slightly rubbed, spine overpainted with grey oil-based paint), 2 clasps. Second edition. The texts of the two ecclesiastical authors of the 5th/6th century are based on Pirckheimer's manuscript finds in Trithemius' unpublished works and they were edited by Pirckheimer and J.Cochläus: In the first edition of 1520 as in the second one in question Pirckheimer signs as editor of the Fulgentius works, Cochläus as editor of Maxentius' books. Above all Fulgentius (467-probably 532 AD) belongs to the important theologians of the 5th/6th century; he was descended from Carthaginian nobility and from 507 onwards bishop in Ruspe / Tunesia ("one of the most eminent authors of the Latin church around 525" [Pauly 8, 214]).His writings against Arian and Pelagian opponents of Augustine were so efficient, that Petrus Lombardus, in his commentary of maxims, quotes Fulgentius' main work "De fide Petrum" under Augustine's name. Fulgentius' books first showed their effectiveness above all in Spain (Isidor of Sevi1le mentions him in "De viris i1lustribus" ), but later also in Italy and Middle Europe. Whenever questions about predestination flared up, the writings of the North African bishop became the centre of discussion ( e.g. with Hinkmar of Reims, with the Jansenists etc.). The fine and well preserved binding bears on the front cover a plate with the Electorate of Saxony coat of arms, surrounded by a roll-stamp of heads, warriors and emperors (with helmet or laurel wreath), separated from each other by a vase and foliage. The rear cover shows the same roll, this time surrounding a plate with the Brandenburg coat of arms. Both plates are initialled "GG". Haebler (1,142/3) attributes these initials to a bookbinder's workshop active at about 1560-1580, Rabenau (No.32) places them in the environment of Krause and in the Brandenburg region. Rabenau displayed and described the roll-stamp and mentioned the Brandenburg plate, Haebler mentioned the Saxony Electorate plate. 1 joint somewhat broken, 1st title with some soiling and on lower margin with a small loss of paper (restored, not affecting text / woodcut), the last lvs. slightly water-marked, a very light browning throughout, otherwise well preserved. VD 16, F 3356; BMSTC (German Books) 327; Adams F 1137. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Acta generalis octavae Synodi sub Eugenio quarto Ferrariae Inceptae: Florentiae vero peractae, e graeco in latinum nuper traducta, Interprete Bartholomeo Abramo Cretensi, Praesule Ariensi. Magni Basilii contra Eunomium de Spiritu sancto liber tertius

      - interprete Georgio trapezuntio Cretensi. Romae, Antonius Bladus de Asula, 1526. Folio. Perg. ant., titolo ms. sul dorso ed in gotico sul taglio inf. 158,(1) cc., 1 c.b., titolo entro bordura silogr. - Fumagalli Belli 18. In cima al titolo: Quae in hoce volumine continentur. - Una annotazione ms. sul titolo rudimentalmente erasa, una macchia giallastra sul margine bianco est. della c.25

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        Detectio Praestigiarum cuiusdam libelli germanice scripti, ficto authoris titulo, cum hic inscriptione, Erasmi & Lutheri opiniones de Coena domini

      [Nuremberg: Joannes Petreius, June 1526]. small 8vo. [ff. 32]incl final blank. woodcut device on title. A very nice copy, recently bound in old vellum (small wormhole in lower blank margin)

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        Compendium privilegiorum fratrum minor(um) / necnon (e)t aliorum fratrum mendicantium ordine alphabetico congestu(m). 1. Ausgabe.

      Venedig, Joannes Antonius et Fratres de Sabio, Mai 1526. - 8 Bll., fol. 247. Mit allegorischer Holzschnitt-Titelvignette und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen (davon 1 Porträt). 8° (15,4 x 11 cm). Moderner Kalbslederband auf 4 falschen Bünden mit blindgeprägtem Rückentitel. Minimal berieben; Titelei gering fleckig und mit kleinem Einriß; bis fol. 38 mit schwachem Wasserrand; fol. 102-112 mit kleinem Wasserfleck an der Kopfschnitt-Kante; letzte 3 Bll. am Fuß gering schimmelfleckig. Trotz der beschriebenen Mängel ein frisches Exemplar. Provenienz: aus der Bibliothek des Priester-Konvents Assisi, mit deren gedrucktem, zeitgenössischem Exlibris auf Titelei. LA

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        DS.

      Vienna, 4. XI. 1526. - 1 p. Oblong folio. Written as Archduke, to Christopher Rauber (1466-1536), Bishop of Ljubljana (and later governor of Carniola), and the Imperial Counsellor 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). - Perfectly preserved.

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        VALERIO MASSIMO VOLGARE NOVAMENTE CORETTO.

      Gregorio de Gregorii., Venice 1526 - The third edition of the first Italian translation of the Latin text generally known as "Factorum et Dictorum Memorabilium Libri IX." Adams V125. 8vo. ff.215. With the final blank. Title within a decorative woodcut border. Early vellum and boards, calf spine label. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hystoria Tripertita. Habes candissime lector Hystoriam Tripertitam Cassiodori Senatoris viri Dei de regimine Ecclesie primitive; que antea quamplurimis scatebat erroribus adamussim emendatam, pristineque integritati restitutam.

      (Lyon, Jacques Giunta), 1526.. 8vo. (126 unnumbered leaves). Modern half vellum. 18.5 cm (Ref: Baudrier VI,122; not in Schweiger, nor Brunet, or Ebert.) (Details: Woodcut borders on title; title in red & black; Printer's device of Jacques Giunta, and a red Florentine 'fleur de lis' on title; numerous woodcut initials; the text is printed in 2 columns.) (Condition: Paper slightly browning; lower margin very slightly waterstained; occasional old ink underlinings and annotations) (Note: The 'Historia tripartita' by Cassiodorus (490-590), the celebrated founder of the Monasterium Vivariense, and one of the most important authors of his time, is a history of the church in 12 books, with excerpts from the church historians Theodoretus, Socrates and Sozomenus in Latin translation, in one volume 'in unum collecte' (sic.). Cassiodorus wanted to make in this manual their works known to the clergy in the West, who couldnot read Greek any longer. In the praefatio, written by Cassiodorus himself it says, the church historian Theodoretus is called Theodoricus twice. Cassiodorus tells the reader that Epiphanius Scholasticus translated the text of the 'Hystoria', and that he himself corrected faults of style, and diction, and arranged it into one continuous history. Epiphanius did so 'domino prestante'. This probably means that Cassiodorus helped Epiphanius. It seems that Epiphanius was an insubordinate of Cassiodorus, who was called by him 'master'. Epiphanius might have been a chaplain, an amanuensis, or a general assistant. (See Du Cange, Glossarium, s.v. Scholasticus). The NP says that Epiphanius translated 'im Auftrag des Cassiodorus griechische Werke ins Lateinischen, als wichtigste die Historia tripartita' (NP 3,1153). So Epiphanius helped his superior with the translation of Greek manuscripts into Latin. This was done to urge the clergy to classical and sacred studies. This manual of church history served the clergy throughout the Middle Ages well. Posterity can be harsh: 'The Historia Tripartita is a hasty composition, teeming with errors and contradictions, but nevertheless much used throughout the Middle Ages as a manual of history'. (Catholic Encyclopedia, s.v. Cassiodorus). The text was first published in 1472) (Collation: A-Q8 (leaf Q6 verso, leaves Q7 & Q8 blank) (Photographs on request).

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        PINDARI - OLYMPIA, PYTHIA, NEMEA, ISTHMIA.

      Basileae per And(ream) Crat(andrum), 1526.First Basle edition 1526, Greek text, title page in Greek and Latin, Latin preface and final epistle to the reader, small 8vo, approximately 160 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pictorial printer's device on title page and on final blank, 4 fine historiated initials, pages: [12], 312, [8], bound in old quarter calf over red marbled sides, raised bands to spine, narrow gilt patterned bands, gilt author name. Binding worn, corners rubbed and showing cardboard at tips, 1 slightly chipped, spine slightly chipped at head and tail and also along its length with a couple of small crude repairs, lower hinge cracked, lower cover holding firmly, boards discoloured, small name label on front pastedown, neat signature dated 1963 and a very small library stamp on 2nd blank front endpaper, small pale stain on title page and a faint attempt to draw a dome on top of the printer's device, some pale staining to top quarter of pages 1 - 5, no loss, otherwise very clean, tiny ink note in 2 margins. A good plus copy. Adams, Books Published in Europe 1501 - 1600, P1222. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        BIBLIA SACRA UTRIUSQUE TESTAMENTI (POST INCUNABLE)

      . Zustand: Bien Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Anwerp and Cologne. Imp Jean thibault. 1526. 16,5x10. s/p.1er Vol post incunable. Magnifica Biblia Sacra con preciosos grabados y publicada por Frans Birckmann. con tapas de madera tallada de epoca. poco tocada la piel del lomo.

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        Octo libri physicorum cu[m] naturali philosophia atq[ue] metaphysica Joha[n]nis maioris hadi[n]gtonani theologi Parisiensis.

      Parrhisiis [Paris], J. Parvo [Jean Petit] (1526).. 28,5 x 21 cm. [134] n.n. Bl. mit zahlreichen teils figürlichen Initialen, meist in Metallschnitt. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit allseitiger Holzschnitt-Bordüre und großer figürlicher Holzschnitt-Druckermarke. Schmuckloses modernes Halbleder. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Sechs Bl. oben rechts mit ergänzter Ecke. 2 Bl. faksimiliert (o3 und o4). Durchgehend mit zahlreichen Marginalien und Annotationen.. OCLC 870210283. Lagenkollation: a4 [par]² b6 c4 [!?] d-y6 z4. Datierung im Kolophon "anno Virginei partus sesquemillesimo XXVI sub kalendis Decembris". Unsere Kollation entspricht dem Exemplar der BSB München (Sign. 2 Ph.sp. 23 s#Beibd.2), wogegen das Exemplar der Sorbonne mit 136 Bl. angegeben wird. Möglicherweise fehlt die beiden Bl. (C5-C6), die aber in München auch nicht vorhanden sind. Wegen der großen Seltenheit des Titels kann hier wohl nur ein Vergleich mit dem Pariser Exemplar Klarheit bringen. Kaum nachweisbares Werk des schottischen Theologen und Renaissance-Philosophen John Major, (auch John Mair, Joannes Majoris oder Haddingtonus Scotus, 1467 -1550), der einer der einflussreichsten (und wenig beachteten) Denker zu Beginn des 16. Jhs. war. Nach dem Studium in St Andrews ging er 1493 an die Sorbonne in Paris. 1515 kehrte er nach Schottland zurück, wo er in Glasgow und St Andrews lehrte. Unterbrochen wurde seine schottische Lehrtätigkeit durch einen weitern Aufenthalt in Paris von 1526-31, also zu dem Zeitpunkt, als das vorliegende Buch in Paris gedruckt wurde. "John Mair (Maior) is little known, but he was in fact one of the most influential thinkers in the beginning of the sixteenth century. He was originally from Scotland, but studied in Cambridge and Paris. He graduated in Arts in 1495 in Paris and became master at the Montaigu College in 1499... Under Mair, Montaigu College became a leading philosophical school in Europe... Both Erasmus and Juan Luis Vives were influenced by the circle of thinkers around Mair, and among his students we find, for example, John Calvin, Ignatius Loyola, Reginald Pole, Robert Wauchope, Francois Rabelais, and George Buchanan. In 1518, Mair left Paris and returned to Scotland, where he became the principal of Glasgow University. In 1522, he moved to St. Andrews, where he spent most of his later life, except for a period in Paris again, from 1526 until 1531." Encyclopedia of Medieval Philosophy (ed. H. Lagerlund), New York 2011, p. 626.

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        DELLA ECCELLENZA ET DIGNITA' DELLE DONNE. Opera nova non più stampata.

      per Gregorio de Gregorii 1526 In - 24 gr. (mm. 137x95), mz. pelle ottocentesca (dorso con picc. manc.), 30 cc.num., compreso il frontespizio entro ricca cornice silografata; testo in corsivo, ornato da un bel capolettera figur. inc. su legno, su fondo criblé. "Seconda edizione" di questo raro ed interessante testo. Cfr. Short - Title Cat. British Library, p. 145 - Brunet,I,1558 per la prima ediz., 1525. ?Galeazzo Capella (Capra, Cappella) (1487 - 1537), letterato e umanista milanese. Nel 1525 si decideva a far pubblicare a Roma, il trattato "Della eccellenza et dignità..", scritto in prosa volgare per esser ?meglio da ogn?uno.. inteso?. Scopo dichiarato del C. è quello di difendere le donne dalle accuse di poeti e filosofi che le hanno denigrate per secoli dicendone ?quel che solo a pensarne è cosa abominevole?. L?opera è breve e ricca di erudizione.. ?, così Diz. Biografico Ital.,XIX, pp. 123 - 124. Leggerm. corto di marg., con alone al marg. inf. ma complessivam. discreto esemplare.

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        Chronica delle vite de pontefici et imperatori romani composta per M. Francesco Petrarcha allaquale sono state aggiu[n]te q[ue]lle che da tempi del Petrarcha i[n]sino alla eta nostra ma[n]cauano

      [Vinegia: Gregorio di Gregorii, 1526.]. [Vinegia: Gregorio di Gregorii. 1526.]. "Small 8vo, 120 leaves, (i.e. 118, [2] leaves), with many errors in pagination; elaborate woodcut border on title-p. consisting of urns, putti, birds, gryphons, and vines, printer's device on verso of last leaf; late 18th or early 19th century calf-backed boards, red and black morocco labels on spine; top and bottom panels of spine perished, extremities worn, title-p. loosening and with a small tear from the top outer corner (not affecting any letterpress), several other minor tears throughout; a good copy. First printed in Venice in 1507. A history of the Roman emperors and popes from Julius Caesar to Pius III, and including a reference to Columbus and Hispaniola on leaf P2. OCLC cataloguing notes: ""Not generally regarded as part of the Petrarch canon; the part attributed to him ends with Gregory XI (leaf 107 [i.e. 105] verso); the anonymous continuation extends into the reign of Clement VII."" The dedication is signed Nicolo Garanta. Adams P848; Sabin 61291."

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        New reformierte Landts-Ordnung der Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol, wie die auß Landts-Fürstlichem Befelch, im 1603. Jahr, umgedruckt worden.- Angeb.: Ordnung und Reformation Gueter Policey, In Ihrer Durchleuchtigkeit Fürstlichen Graffschafft Tyrol. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Innsbruck, Daniel Paur 1603. 4°. 6 Bll, CXLVI num. Bll., 30 Bll.; 1 Bl., XXIX num. Bll, mit großem Titelholzschnitt und mehrf. gefalt. Maßtafel, Ldr. 18. Jhdts. mit Rsch.

      . . VD17 12:623474N - STC T 845 - Waldner, Tiroler Buchdr., 97.- Neue Ausgabe der 1526 bzw. 1573 erstmals erschienenen Ferdinandeischen Lands- und Polizeiordnung, "eine umfassende Kodifikation der provinziellen Rechte, des öffentlichen Rechts, sowohl einschließlich des Strafrechts wie auch des Privat- und Prozeßrechts" (Huber 164). - Der große, beinahe blattgroße Titelholzschnitt, mit dem Porträt von Erzherzog Ferdinand; die gefaltete Tabelle mit dem Ellenmaß von Innsbruck und Bozen, sowie des "Werkschuechs mit seinen abgethailten Zöllen" der Stadt Bozen.- Vorsatz mit hs. Anmerkungen, nur gering braunfleckig, Ebd. leicht berieben, inges. schönes Exemplar.

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        Compendium privilegiorum fratrum minor(um) / necnon (e)t aliorum fratrum mendicantium ordine alphabetico congestu(m). 1. Ausgabe.

      Venedig, Joannes Antonius et Fratres de Sabio, Mai 1526.. 8 Bll., fol. 247. Mit allegorischer Holzschnitt-Titelvignette und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen (davon 1 Porträt). 8° (15,4 x 11 cm). Moderner Kalbslederband auf 4 falschen Bünden mit blindgeprägtem Rückentitel.. Minimal berieben; Titelei gering fleckig und mit kleinem Einriß; bis fol. 38 mit schwachem Wasserrand; fol. 102-112 mit kleinem Wasserfleck an der Kopfschnitt-Kante; letzte 3 Bll. am Fuß gering schimmelfleckig. Trotz der beschriebenen Mängel ein frisches Exemplar. Provenienz: aus der Bibliothek des Priester-Konvents Assisi, mit deren gedrucktem, zeitgenössischem Exlibris auf Titelei.

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        XXV Fabulae.

      Cividale del Friuli, 1526.. 21 SS. Eigenh. lateinisches Manuskript m. U. in der Widmung. Umschlag des späten 18. Jahrhunderts mit kalligraphiertem Titel. 4to.. Ungedruckte Fabelsammlung des zum Zeitpunkt der Niederschrift ca. 25jährigen norditalienischen Dichters Francesco Paciani aus Cividale del Friuli, der nach Di Manzano (s. u.) am 5. Mai 1560 ungefähr im 60. Lebensjahr starb. Er wirkte später als Notar und "precettore pubblico" (Hofmeister) in seiner Heimatstadt. Das Manuskript umfaßt 17 Seiten auf 9 Bll., nämlich eine halbseitige Widmung an Ludovico Michaele und 25 numerierte Fabeln: "De Coclea", "De Lactuca", "De Duobus Passeribus", "De Asino", "De Sene Amatore", "De Lupo et Vulpe" etc. Am Vorsatz recto von einer Hand des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts betitelt: "25 fabulae Francisci Paciani Civitatese | 1526". Ein Wasserschaden hat das Ms. wohl noch im 17. Jahrhundert vor allem zu Beginn und im Mittelbereich stark angegriffen, was in diesen Bereichen zu Textverlusten geführt hat; die Fehlstellen sind ungefähr zu dieser Zeit teilweise hinterlegt bzw. verstärkt und durch hs. Bemerkungen ergänzt oder rekonstruiert worden. Aus dieser Zeit stammt auch die Randnumerierung der Fabeln. Das stark zerstörte Vorsatzblatt vollständig aufgezogen; verso von einer Hand des 18. Jhs. die Tuschskizze eines architektonisch gefaßten Steintableaus mit Wappen und Inschrift für den Widmungsempfänger "Ludovico Michaele Provisore Civitatis Perfectum", darunter die entspr. eigenh. Erklärung des Raynaldo de Rossi aus Cividale. Am Schluß beigeheftet ist ein eigenh. Brief des Lelio Paciani, Sohn des Fabeldichters, an Antonio Martha, datiert Cividale del Friuli, 27. April 1559, in dem er erwähnt, dass sein Bruder Leonardo nach Wien gehe - möglicherweise ein Hinweis auf die fernere Aufbewahrung der vorliegenden, nun in Wien aufgetauchten Handschrift. Das Manuskript wird von Fr. di Manzano (Cenni biografici dei letterati ed artisti friulani [1885]) erwähnt: "Fu dotto il Paciani i buon poeta, encomiato da' suoi concittadini e dagli storici di que' tempi. Lascio un Ms. in idioma latino centenente 'XXV Favole', da lui dedicate nel 1526 a Sua Eccellenza Ludovico Michele 'Provisor Civitatis Perfectum', piene di moralite e in buona lingua latina, che conservansi presso la sua famiglia" (997). - Di Manzano 997. GF IV, 310. S. auch: G. Marchetti, Il Friuli. Uomini e tempi (1959) und G. Nazzi, Dizionario biografico friulani (1992).

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        Diodoro Siculo delle antique historie fabulose. Nuovamente fatto vulgare et con diligentia stampato.

      Firenze, eredi di Filippo Giunta il vecchio, 1526.. 8°. 119 num. ff., 1 f., with 2 printer s devices Old full vellum. Brunet II, 718; Graesse II, 396; Decia, I Giunti 195: "Prima edizione della anonima traduzione di questo testo. Fu ripetuta da Giolito de Ferrari...". Very elegant imprint from Florence of the Greek historian Diodorus of Sicily who wrote between 60 and 30 BC. - Nice copy with minor browning and little dust, binding rubbed. It has obviously a British provenance, first endpaper with an inscription from 1870 and much older annotations of another hand marking the pages that talk about Britain and beer as well as other drinks and adding "a very learned preface of the great benefit of history worth perusing".

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        Christiani matrimonii institutio.

      Basel, (Johann Froben, August) 1526.. (212) Bll. (a-z8 A-B8 C4 D8). (Beigebunden) II: Ders. Moriae encomium, id est, stulticiae laudatio [...]. Basel, (Hieronymus Froben d. Ä. und Nikolaus Episcopius d. Ä), 1532. 435, (13) SS. Beide Drucke mit 2 versch. Holzschnittdruckermarken am Titel und letzten Bl. verso. Blindgepr. Lederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln (an Ecken und Kanten stärker bestoßen; Rücken an den Kapitalen umfassend restauriert). Zwei Schließen (eine erneuert). 8vo.. I: Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten. Noch im selben Monat brachte Froben eine Folio-Ausgabe heraus, in welcher die hier noch angegebenen Druckfehler bereits korrigiert sind. Gewidmet Katharina von Aragon, die die Abhandlung beauftragt hatte, enthält das Werk Erasmus' Stellung zu Institution und Sakrament der Ehe, aber auch zur Kindererziehung: "The 'Institution of Christian Matrimony', 'one of his purest and most beneficial treatises' (Huizinga), was written for Catharine of Aragon, Queen of England, whose request was conveyed to him through her chamberlain, Lord Mountjoy, in 1524 or 1525. While the latter half of the work is purely ethical and contains some of Erasmus' best writing, the first half is concerned with the theological and legal aspects of marriage. Erasmus defines marriage as the legitimate union of man and woman, considers the evils of divorce, and discusses the choosing of mates, the conduct of married life, etc. Most interesting are his remarks on the education of children, especially on the bringing up of girls, which throw many sidelights on contemporary customs" (Gilhofer & Ranschburg Luzern, Kat. 50 [Erasmus], Nr. 45). Ironischerweise begann eben um 1526 auch die Beziehung des Königs Heinrich VIII. zu Anne Boleyn, um deretwillen er sich schließlich 1533 von Katharina scheiden ließ und die Kirche von England von Rom abspaltete. - II: Beigebunden ist eine noch frühe Ausgabe des "Lobs der Torheit" (EA 1511), Erasmus' vielleicht berühmtestem Werk. Beide Werke von zeitgenössischer Humanistenhand intensiv durchgearbeitet und durchgehend mit Anstreichungen und Marginalien versehen; am hinteren Vorsatz hs. Besitzvermerke "Petrus Olaius me po[ssidet]" (d. i. der schwedische Reformator Olaus Petri [1493-1552]?) sowie "Nicolaus Olai". - I: VD 16, E 2182. Bezzel 343. Adams E 518. Heckethorn 109,234. Panzer VI, 254, 617. Vander Haeghen I, 110. - II: VD 16, E 3198. Adams E 398.

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        I. Opera in vetustißimo codice conscripta, nuper apud Germanos inventa & ad rectiorem veteris theologiae institutionem nunc denuo impressa II. Opera..pulchra vetustatis monumenta..reperta.

      Köln 1526 bei Hero Fuchs (Alopecius) für Gottfried Hittorp in 8vo (16 x 11 cm). Einspalt. Druck mit vielen Holzschn.-Init. der unterschiedl. Größen u. 2 prächtige Titel-Bordüren v. Woensam v. Worms, u. zwar die erste Bord. m. d. Simson-Platte (Goes Bord. 17 Abb. 23 = Merlo Sp 1046 Nr. 436) u. die 2. Bord. kombiniert aus 5 Leisten wie Goes Bord. 18 Abb. 25 (= Merlo Sp. 1041/42 Nr. 427/430). Einschl. Titel: (9), 414, (1 weiß); (6), 138 pp. Zeitgenössischer Pgtbd auf Pappe, Einband- Altersschäden wurden inzwischen fachgerecht restauriert: so lockere Lagen befestigt und neue Vorsätze angebracht; auf dem 1. Titelblatt kleiner Stempel, sonst jedoch komplett und extrem selten. - Nachdruck der in folio 1520 in Hagenau b. Thom. Anshelm Badensis für Koberger in Nbg erschienen EA (VD 16, J 628 zu: Joh. Maxent.= F 3356 zu: Fulgentius - Brunet II 1420 - Panzer VII 90/181), hrsg. v. den beiden Humanisten Willibald Pirckheimer u. Johann Cochlaeus nach einer in Zusammenarbeit mit Abt Joh. Trithemius in Würzburg aufgefundenen alten Handschrift. So schildert es Pirchheimer in der Widm.vorrede an seine Schwester Charitas (1467-1532, vgl. Jöcher III 1588-WW X 10 ff) u. merkt an (vgl. Schottenloher, Widm.vorrede, p 22 Nr. 25), Trithemius sei jetzt tot und der Nachlaß in alle Winde verstreut. Es habe große Schwierigkeiten gegeben, die Handschrift herauszubekommen, bis Cochlaeus geholfen habe; im übrigen sei die Handschrift sehr schlecht lesbar und - was Fulgentius Werk beträfe - nicht vollständig gewesen. Der fehlende Rest werde nach einer Handschrift aus der Nürnberger St. Lorenz.- u. St. Ägidius- Bibliothek gebracht (Fußn. p 362). Cochlaeus gibt dann selbst noch an Pirckheimers Schwester Charitas ebenfalls eine Dedikation (pp 363-66), die bei Goes unerwähnt bleibt. - Fortsetzung:.

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        Novum Testamentum, iuxta veterem & consuetam aeditionem, cum tabulis seu concordantiis Eusebianis, ad nostrorum numerorum facilitatem summa diligentia contractis, undique suis locis (quo sint inventu faciliores) adiectis asteriscis. (Am Ende:) Antwerpen, J.Thibault für F. Birckmann in Köln 1526. 8°. 188 nn.Bll., mit zahlr. kl., tls. kolor. Holzschnitt-Initialen u. Birckmanns Verlegerzeichen am Schluss. Ldrbd. d. Zeit auf Holzdeckeln

      . . Darlow-M. II, 6106 - nicht im BM STC Dutch u. bei Adams.- Sehr selten (über KVK nur 2 Ex. nachweisbar: Mönchengladbach StB u. Cambridge).- "This edition of the New Testament correctly forms a portion of a complete Bible ... printed in 1526 by the Antwerp printer J. Thibault, for a Cologne publisher, F. Birckmann; but probably this portion was also published separately" (Darlow-M).- Titel gestempelt (recto u. verso), Finger- u. tls. wasserfleckig, anfangs u. am Ende mit Wurmspuren (tls. auch im Text), einige zeitgenöss. Unterstreich. u. Marginalien, Deckelbezug mit Fehlstellen, ohne die Schließen, Rücken erneuert.

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        BIBLIA SACRA UTRIUSQUE TESTAMENTI (POST INCUNABLE)

      - Anwerp and Cologne. Imp Jean thibault. 1526. 16,5x10. s/p.1er Vol post incunable. Magnifica Biblia Sacra con preciosos grabados y publicada por Frans Birckmann. con tapas de madera tallada de época. poco tocada la piel del lomo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sämmtliche Werke. Herausgegeben von J. G. Plochmann, J. C. Irmischer, E. L. Enders. 67 Bände. Erlangen und Frankfurt a. M., Heyder & Zimmer 1829-79. 8°. Mit einigen gefalt. Notentafeln. Einfache Halbleinenbände um 1879.

      . . Goed. II, 152: "Die beste Ausgabe". - Graesse IV, 301. - Bd. 1-20 in zweiter Auflage mit Reihentitel "Dr. Martin Luther's doppelte Hauspostille". - Abteilungen: I: Homiletische u. katechetische Schriften, II: Reformations-historische u. polemische Schriften, III: Exegetische deutsche Schriften und IV: Vermischte deutsche Schriften. - Mit 2 Registerbdn. (Titel verkehrt eingebunden; abweichend in Halbleder gebunden) und dem beigebundenem Erg.-Bd. zu Bd. XXII mit "Musik-Beilage zur deutschen Messe und Ordnung des Gottesdienstes 1526" (lith. Titel und 23 Ss. mit lith. Noten). - Einbände bestoßen und berieben. Teilw. stockfleckig bzw. gebräunt. - Vollständig wie vorliegend selten.

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        A.GELLII LVCVLENTISSIMI SCRI-PTORIS NOCTES ATTICAE. (ANNOTA/TIONES PETRI MOSELLA/ni Protogensis in clarissimas Auli Gellij Noctes Atticas.).

      Coloniae, Ioan. Soteris, 1526.]. 27 Bll. + 420 + 22 Bll. + 95 Bll. Blindgeprägter Pgm. der Zeit mit zwei Orig.Schließen.. In latein. und altgriech. Sprache. VD16, G 1039: hier Vorwort des Druckers auf dem Titelblatt des 2. Teils "Ad Lectorem" mit Hinweis auf eine zweite erweiterte Auflage. Es fehlt das Titelblatt und das letzte Leerblatt. Eine Kopie des Titels liegt bei. Mit den Initialen und der Druckermarke. Vgl. Adams G 349; Graesse III, 45. - V. u. Leerbll. m. hds. Notizen, Anstr. und hds. Anm. im T., stärkere Gbrsp., hds. Titelei a. R., fleckig. - In bunter Abfolge verarbeitete Gellius, (2. Hälfte des 2. Jh. n. Chr.), seine Notizen über allerhand Wissenswertes, Pikantes oder Kurioses in kleinen Essays. Die Noctes Atticae sind für einen breiten Leserkreis angelegt, daneben aber auch als Lehr- und Unterhaltungsbuch für Gellius' Kinder geschrieben worden. (Zitat). - Gutes Exemplar in einem zeitgenössischen Einband. (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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        Buch der Lieder. Hamburg, Hoffmann und Campe 1827. 8°. 372 S., mit Titelvign., mod. Hldr. mit marmor. Papierbezug.

      . . Goedeke VIII, 555, 26 - Wilpert-G.? 4 - Borst 1526.- Erste Ausgabe des wohl bekanntesten Buches von Heinrich Heine.- Eines der 1200 Exemplare auf Druckpapier und nur noch mit dem korrigierten "Merckel"-Widmungsblatt vor der Abteilung "Nordsee". Diese Widmungsblätter sind, neben anderen Textänderungen, welche Heine bis zur fünften Auflage immer wieder vornahm, in allen späteren Auflagen entfallen. Ohne dem meist fehlenden Vortitel u. das Bl. Verlagsanzeigen am Schluß.- Titel gestempelt, 1 Bl. mit kl. Eckabriss, einige Bll. mit kl. rest. Randläsuren, nur wenig fleckig.

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        Gewaltbrief mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 4. XI. 1526.. 1 S. Qu.-Folio.. Umfassender Gewaltbrief für Christophorus Rauber (1466-1536), Bischof von Laibach (und 1529-30 Landeshauptmann von Krain), und den kaiserlichen Rat Siegmund von Dietrichstein-Hollenbach (1484-1533) hinsichtlich Verhandlungen mit Krsto Frankopan, Ban von Kroatien (gest. 1527), um die Krone von Ungarn, auf die Ferdinand aufgrund des Todes seines Schwagers Ludwig II. von Böhmen und Ungarn nach der Schlacht bei Mohacs (29. 8. 1526) Erbansprüche stellen konnte: "Wir Ferdinand von gotes gnaden e. kunig zu Beheim prinz unnd infant in Hispanien erzherzog zu Österreich herzog zu Burgund etc. bekennen als wir yezo dem erwirdigen fursten andechtigen unnd edlen unnsern lieben getreuen Cristoffen bischoven zu Laybach unnd administrator des stiffts Seggkau unnd Sigmunden von Dietrichstain freyherrn zu Hollenburg [...] bevelch unnd gewalt gegeben mit dem edlen unnserm lieben getrauen Cristoffen graven zu Frangenpan [...] auf etlich weg zu hanndeln betreffendt die cron Hungern, daß wir darauf demselben bischof von Laybach unnd Sigmunden von Dietrichstain zuegesagt unnd versprochen haben, unnd solches wissentlich in crafft dieß briefes, also, daß wir alles daß so sy von unnsern wegen angezaigter sachen halben mit bemeltem graf Cristoffen hanndlen practiern zuesagen versprechen und bewilligen, gnedigelichen halten volziehen, unnd sy auch des on schaden halten sollen unnd wellen, unnd ob sy merers gwalts dann hier innen begriffen ist, notdurfftig weren, so wollen wir inen denselben hirmit in grosser form auch gegeben haben [...]." Gegengezeichnet von Ferdinands Kanzler Leonhard Harrach und seinem Sekretär Johann Ferenberger. - Wie auch die Intitulatio zeigt, gelang es dem Haus Habsburg unproblematisch, seinen Anspruch auf den böhmischen Thron durchzusetzen: Nur Monate nach dem Tod Ludwigs, noch deutlich vor der erst am 16. 12. auf der Preßburger Ständeversammlung erfolgten Bestätigung seines Thronanspruchs (welcher am 24. 2. 1527 die Krönung folgen sollte), führt Ferdinand hier den Titel "erwählter böhmischer König", wohl eines der frühesten Dokumente für diese Selbstbezeichnung durch Ferdinand. In Ungarn dagegen begegnete er heftigem Widerstand: Am 16. 10. war der Fürst von Siebenbürgen, Johann Zapolya, zum Gegenkönig gewählt worden; am 12. 11. folgte die Krönung. Ferdinand ließ sich seinerseits am 16. 12. in Preßburg von einer Ständeversammlung zum König von Ungarn wählen. 1527 begannen die Kämpfe der beiden Könige, in denen schließlich Ferdinand obsiegte, doch erst 1699 sollte das Haus Habsburg mit der Niederlage der Türken und dem Frieden von Karlowitz seine Herrschaft in Ungarn eigentlich antreten können. - Von tadelloser Erhaltung.

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        Opera...in vetustißimo codice conscripta, nuper apud Germanos inventa ... nunc denuo impressa. Item opera MAXENTII Johannis, pulcra vetustatis monumenta, in eodem codice reperta.

      Köln, Alopecius für Hittorp 1526.. Zwei Werke in 1 Bd. 8°. 4 Bll., (1) S., 414 Ss., (1) S. (weiß); 3 Bll., 148 Ss. Mit zwei Holzschnitt - Titelbordüren von Anton Woensam v. Worms (Merlo, A.v.Worms, 436 und 427) und zahlreichen figürlichen Holzschnitt - Initialen. Schweinslederband wohl aus der 2. Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts mit reicher Blindpressung und Monogramm über Holzdeckeln (etwas berieben und fleckig, Ecken bestoßen, Rücken mit grauer Ölfarbe übermalt) mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel; zwei ziselierte Schließen. Zweite Ausgabe. - Die Edition der beiden lateinischen Kirchenschriftsteller des 5./6. Jahrhunderts beruht auf Manuskriptfunden Pirckheimers in Trithemius' Nachlass und wurden von ihm und J. Cochläus herausgegeben:Iin der Erstausgabe von 1520 wie in der vorliegenden zweiten firmiert Pirckheimer als Herausgeber der Fulgentius-Werke, Cochläus als Editor der Schriften des Maxentius. - V.a. Fulgentius (467 - wahrscheinlich 532 n. Chr), aus karthagischem Adel stammend und ab 507 Bischof in Ruspe/Tunesien, zählt zu den wichtigen Theologen des 5./6. Jahrhunderts ("einer der hervorragendsten Schriftsteller der lateinischen Kirche um 525" (Pauly 8, 214(). Seine Schriften gegen arianische und pelagianische Gegner des Augustinus waren so wirksam, daß Petrus Lombardus in seinem Sentenzenkommentar Fulgentius' Hauptwerk "De fide ad Petrum" unter Augustinus' Namen zitiert. Ihre Wirksamkeit entfalteten die Schriften des Fulgentius zunächst v.a. in Spanien (Isidor v. Sevilla erwähnt ihn in "De viris illustribus"), dann aber auch in Italien und Mitteleuropa. Immer, wenn Fragen wie die einer Prädestinationsanschauung virulent waren, standen die Schriften des Bischofs aus Nordafrika im Zentrum der Diskussion (z.B. bei Hinkmar v. Reims, bei den Jansenisten etc.). - Der schöne und außerordentlich gut erhaltene Einband trägt auf dem Vorderdeckel eine Platte mit dem Wappen Kursachsens; sie ist umgeben von einer Rolle mit Krieger- und Caesarenköpfen (mit Helm bzw. Lorbeerkranz), die durch Vase und Blattwerk voneinander getrennt sind. Der Rückendeckel zeigt die gleiche Rolle, diesmal umgibt sie eine Platte mit dem Wappen Brandenburgs. Beide Platten sind mit "G G" monogrammiert. Haebler (I, 142/3) weist dieses Monogramm einer um 1560-1580 tätigen Binderei zu, Rabenau (Nr. 32) setzt sie in den Umkreis Krauses und in die Region Brandenburg. Die Rolle hat Rabenau abgebildet und beschrieben, die Brandenburg-Platte ist bei Rabenau erwähnt, die Kursachsen-Platte bei Haebler. - Vordergelenk angerissen. 1.Titel mit Namensstempel und ergänztem Blattfehlstreifen unten (weder Titeleinfassung noch Text tangiert), gegen Ende des 2. Textes leichter Wasserrand. Durchgehend ganz gering gebräunt und unbedeutend fleckig (1. Titel etwas mehr). Insgesamt ein sauberes Exemplar in einem attraktiven und außerordentlich gut erhaltenen Einband. - VD 16, F 3356; BMSTC (German Books) 327; Adams F 1137..

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        PINDARI - OLYMPIA, PYTHIA, NEMEA, ISTHMIA

      Basileae per And(ream) Crat(andrum), 1526.. First Basle edition 1526, Greek text, title page in Greek and Latin, Latin preface and final epistle to the reader, small 8vo, approximately 160 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pictorial printer's device on title page and on final blank, 4 fine historiated initials, pages: [12], 312, [8], bound in old quarter calf over red marbled sides, raised bands to spine, narrow gilt patterned bands, gilt author name. Binding worn, corners rubbed and showing cardboard at tips, 1 slightly chipped, spine slightly chipped at head and tail and also along its length with a couple of small crude repairs, lower hinge cracked, lower cover holding firmly, boards discoloured, small name label on front pastedown, neat signature dated 1963 and a very small library stamp on 2nd blank front endpaper, small pale stain on title page and a faint attempt to draw a dome on top of the printer's device, some pale staining to top quarter of pages 1-5, no loss, otherwise very clean, tiny ink note in 2 margins. A good plus copy. Adams, Books Published in Europe 1501-1600, P1222. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        PROGNOSTICATIO

      [Cologne: Peter Quentel, 1526. Hardcover. Intriguing Woodcuts Predicting False Prophets, Turkish Invasions, other 16th Century Adversities. 203 x 152 mm (8 x 6"). 59 leaves (without final blank). Pleasing late 18th or early 19th century black straight-grain morocco, gilt, covers with blind-tooled Greek key border enclosing gilt frame of alternating floral sprig and swirling palmette tools, raised bands, spine gilt in panels with delicate wheel centerpiece, gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt. With attractive white-on-black decorative woodcut initials, portrait of the author on title page, and 44 ALMOST ALWAYS CURIOUS AND SOMETIMES STRIKING WOODCUTS, these usually attributed to Jorg Breu the Elder. Front pastedown with book label of Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow. Thorndike IV, 473-80; Adams L-659. Blank corner of O2 with small (slightly darkened) old repair well away from the text, isolated trivial foxing, but A VERY FINE COPY, the attractive binding quite lustrous and scarcely worn, and the text extremely clean and smooth. Featuring woodcuts that are by turns diverting and fascinating, this is an unusually appealing copy of an early edition of a popular series of predictions, embracing all manner of calamities and adversities, that were prompted by a 1484 planetary conjunction and a 1485 solar eclipse. First printed in 1488, the work foretells baleful events up through the year 1567. Court astrologer to Emperor Frederick III, Johannes Lichtenberger (ca. 1444-1503) begins here by citing the divine inspiration for prophecies, both pagan and Christian, and this is illustrated by a woodcut showing God's divine radiance streaming down onto some of the author's favorite sources--Ptolemy, Aristotle, the Cumaean Sibyl, St. Bridget, and Reinhard the Lollard. The first part of the book contains predictions for the pope and the Church, which will be shaken by false prophets; the second part covers the Holy Roman Empire, warning of an invasion by the Turks; the third foretells the conditions the common people will face (generally miserable). The work concludes with a series of prophecies for specific years. The charming woodcuts are usually attributed to Jorg Breu the Elder of Augsburg (ca. 1475-1537), a major artist contemporary with Dürer, whose output included frescoes and altarpieces as well as the woodcuts for which he is best known. The illustrations make a strong and memorable statement, comprising depictions closely following Lichtenberger's descriptions--a ship carrying a church and tossed on a rough sea, two bishops clutching at a single crozier, which is being bitten by a bear and a wolf. Given the fact that such an illustrated work would invite avid use, it is not surprising that all early printings of this book are scarce.

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        ATLAS VON WURTTEMBERG 1575 (ATLAS OF WURTTEMBERG 1575) (Fine Facsimile Edition)

      Mueller and Schindler. New. Hardcover. <p>The oldest Atlas WürttembergThe manuscript contains the earliest atlas of the former Duchy of Württemberg.  On 52 meticulously drawn and strongly colored cards are the former ecclesiastical and secular administrative districts and offices, but not shown the free imperial cities.   </p><p>The country from the bird&#39;s eye view, the cards are drawn from the bird&#39;s eye view, characterizes towns and villages, hamlets and farms, forests and rivers, valleys and heights in its outlines and gradients.  The card assembly is now common in the Atlas of Württemberg reversed: is below, above the south, east and west right left. </p><p>The work of Heinrich Vogt südwürttembergischen orphans Schweickher (1526-1579) represents an extraordinary achievement for its time dar. Him ultimately be based on all subsequent cartographic representations of the region. </p> .

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        Josepho de la Guerra Giudaica. Tradotto in lingua toscana et nuovamente con diligentia stampato.

      (A la fin:) Florence, Heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1526. - in-folio. 146ff. ch. Veau brun mod. dans le goût de l'époque, plats ornés de filets à froid. Très rare édition de la première traduction italienne de l'histoire de la guerre entre les Juifs et les Romains qui aboutit à la destruction de Jerusalem. Flavius Josèphe était Juif lui même et fut le témoin oculaire des évènements qu'il décrit. "La participation de l'écrivain aux faits relatés, ainsi que d'autres éléments autobiographiques, confèrent à la narration une grande vivacité; son intérêt est encore rehaussé par les procédés propres à l'hitoriographie: discours, digressions, descriptions, etc ." (Dictionnaire des &#140;uvres). Belle impression des Junte. Marge supérieure du premier feuillet habilement reparée sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire, bien relié.

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        Methodus Medendi

      [Paris]: C. Chevallonius, 1526. [70] of [72], 224pp, collates *7, **-***8, *****4, a-z8, A-E8. Contemporary signed binding by Gerard Pilgrim of Oxford. Full calf over wooden boards, raised bands, spine in five panels, second panel with author and translator in blind (probably later and from a label, now absent), first and fifth with blind rules. Upper cover with panel design depicting Christ rising from his tomb, binders initials G.P. with key and staff above. Lower cover with panel design showing an image of the Trinity. Text with decorative initials. Recently rebacked, with old spine laid on, missing pieces of old spine to spine ends, slightly rubbed to extremities, lacking clasps. Lacks *1 the title page, otherwise complete, with first couple of signatures frayed to fore-edges and some soiling, occasional light damp stains, several instances of early ink marginalia and note to foot of last page, later notes to ffeps. Early edition of Galen&#39;s Methodus Medendi, his major treatise on the principles and practice of therapeutics, almost certainly the 1526 Paris edition published by Chevallonius (which appears to be the only early octavo edition). Thomas Linacre, (c.1460-1524), was a Humanist scholar and physician, after whom Linacre College Oxford is named. His translation of this work first appeared in 1519, and were well regarded, indeed "as translations from Greek into Latin they are almost impeccable ... Linacre employs a wide vocubulary and understands well the nuances of the Greek. He avoids the literal word for word translation of medieval interpreters and provides instead an elegant humanist Latin. At times he emends his text, with the result that in the standard nineteenth-century edition of Galen, by C.G. Kuhn (Leipzig, 1821-32), Linacre&#39;s Latin version of the Methodus Medendi often represents Galen&#39;s words more accurately than the Greek text that is printed above it. These versions attracted the admiration of Linacre&#39;s fellow scholars around Europe" (ODNB). Gerard Pilgrim, a native of Antwerp, worked in Oxford from at least 1524, when he paid the Alien Tax, and died in 1536. Oldham styles these panels as &#39;Image of Pity Panels&#39;, the upper panel here is exactly the same as Oldham&#39;s panel Rel. 9 (see plate XXXVI), and the lower panel Rel. 8 (see plate XXXV), found together here as usual, Oldham noting that "in all eleven known examples of the present panel [ie. Rel. 9] ... it is used with the signed Trinity panel Rel. 8." (Oldham - Blind Panels of English Binders, page 32). Now housed in a cloth drop back box (title incorrect). An attractive early English blind panelled binding, uncommon. Wellcome 2365 and NCBEL I:2365. Signed Binding. Reprint. Full Calf. Good. 8vo.

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        In somnium Scipionis libri duo: Et septem eiusdem Saturnaliorum. Nunc denuo recogniti, & multis in locis aucti

      Köln, Cervicornus 1526. 30 cm. (10), 140 Blatt mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung von Anton Woensam von Worms, Holzschnitt-Weltkarte, 3 Kopfleisten, 7 schematischen Textholzschnitten und zahlreichen Initialen. Pergamentband um 1600 - VD16 C 3639, M 50 - Merlo 1053, 448 - Shirley, World 13 (vgl.) - Wohlgemuth 26,2 - Die zweite in Deutschland gedruckte Ausgabe von Macrobius&#39; Kommentar zu Ciceros "Somnium Scipionis". Die von 1 Platte gedruckte Titeleinfassung ist "eine originalseitige, vorzügliche Kopie des Holzschnittes von Hans Holbein" (Merlo). Die Weltkarte auf Blatt 34 Rückseite mit Darstellung des mythischen Südkontinents der "Antipoden". Unterrand am Schnitt stellenweise Feuchtigkeitsspuren, im Text vereinzelt alte Unterstreichungen und wenig sichtbare Wurmlöcher. Das Pergament des Vorderdeckels ist an der rechten Ecke unten 10 x 15 cm und ca. 2 cm breit ergänzt, ebenso auf dem hinteren Deckel die Ecke links unten 6 x 8 cm. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        CODICE VALOIS. IL VANGELO DEL PRINCIPE DI FRANCIA (CODE VALOIS. THE GOSPEL OF THE PRINCE OF FRANCE) Fine Facsimile Edition

      Vallecchi. New. Hardcover. <p>The manuscripts endowment of the Casanatense Library contains more than one-hundred-forty medieval liturgical codices, from the IX to the XVI century, grouped in the old catalogues under the entry «Rituales codices», but divided alphabetically according to their use. Of these, only three are recorded with the specific title of Evangelium or Evangeliarium, indicating volumes that group texts of the Gospels. The Ms. 2020, until today known simply as Evangelia totius anni, is a court Evangeliary of French origin which the Casanatense purchased around the late eighteenth-century or the early nineteenth century, and contains the passages of the Gospels read during mass in various periods of the year. Recent in-depth studies on the history of illuminating in France during the Renaissance, have made it possible to shed light on the activity of ateliers, such as that of Tours which probably authored the Casanatense Codex, evidencing the stylistic characteristics and nuances of the artists who worked on behalf of the kingdom&#146;s illustrious figures. Our Evangeliary was probably made there around 1526, in the period in which king of France, Francis I was forced to send his two eldest sons, the Dauphin Francis and the younger Henry (the future Henry II) to Spain as hostages of Charles V, in exchange for his own freedom after the defeat of Pavia, which took place on February 24, 1525. The book was made along with a twin manuscript, today conserved at the National Library of Madrid, and a third codex, conserved at Chantilly, of a didactic nature, which aimed at educating the young princes, segregated for &#147;raisons d&#146;état&#148; at Valladolid. The three codices are joined by an incontrovertible bond, not only for the presence of the coats of arms of the Dauphin and the Cadets that abound in the decoration, but also because all three can be traced back to the hand of a copyist and illuminator from Tours referable to the entourage of the favourite artist of Queen Claude of France. In particular, the Casanatense Evangeliary seems to have been intended for the chapel of the dauphin Francis of Valois, as the recurrent crest confirms, while the Madrid manuscript was destined to the chapel of the cadets, in the hypothesis the brothers were separated during imprisonment. This jewel of Renaissance illumination depicts delicate scenes which seem to communicate all the trepidation of its owner, Queen Claude of France &#150; sovereign as well as mother &#150; who saw her son torn from her breast, a hostage in Spain at the mercy of Charles V for that raison d&#146;état which spared neither the powerful nor their inexperienced descendants. She thus had the Valois Codex made and given to her son to accompany him in exile, so that through reading it, he would be educated and initiated on a path of faith which would illuminate him for his entire life. Codex commented by manuscripts conservator of the Casanatense Library, dott. Sa Isabella Ceccopieri, and by directress of the Riccardi Library of Florence, dott. Sa Giovanna Lazzi. </p><p>TECHNICAL FEATURESFormat: 15,7X22,4Pages: 312Tiratura : Limited edition of 499 copies numbered from 1 to 499 for the Italian market, and 100 copies numbered from I to C for the foreign market, and for bodies corporate, libraries and public institutions.   </p> .

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        JUSTINI EX TROGO POMPEIO HISTORIA, DILIGENTISSIME RECOGNITA, & AB OMNIBUS, QUIBUS SCATEBIT MENDIS, COLLATIS AD AUTHOREM GRECIS & LATINIS HISTORICIS REPURGATA. CUI PRAETEREA NON PARUM LUCIS, EX LISDEM TRANSCIRPTIS SENTENTIIS,

      Haganoae Apud Iohan. Secer., 1526. ...& INDICATO HISTORAE ORDINE, ADCESSIT. ADIECTA EST MONARCHIARUM QUOQ; RATIO. UBIENI QUISQ; REGUM IMPERIO PRAESUERIT, & QUAM DIU REGANAUERIT, UTDEAS, AD IUSTINI IN PRIMIS, & ALIARUM QUOQ; HISTORIARUM EXPLICATIO REM LECTIONEM CONDUCTURA. CUM PRIUILEGIO IMPERIALI, AD SEXENNIUM...166pp...Original brown decorated leather boards and spine...Title page illustrated with detailed wood engraving as well as a few wood cuts in text...A SCARCE WORK...Text in Latin...Ex-library, only two library stamps inside...Rebacked with original spine parts laid down...Better than normal for a volume this age...Readable and collectible copy.... First Edition.. Leather.. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall.

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        DELLE GUERRE CIVILI DEI ROMANI, Tradotto da messer Alexandro Braccese Fiorentino (...)

      In Firenze Per li Heredi di Philippo di Giunta 1526 16° Pagine 291 Legato con: Appiano Alessandrino DELLE GUERRE ESTERNE DEI ROMANI (....) In Venegia nelle case di Pietro di Nicolini da Sabbio 1538 16° pagine 191 Legatura secentesca in piena pergamena. Titolo calligrafato al dorso. Lievi fioriture. Ottimi esemplari. Per la prima opera Cfr. Gamba 1054; Paitoni I, 72 Decia 201. Per la seconda Cfr. Adams A-1357; Renouard 116:3.

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        Monalosphaerium, partibus constans quattuor

      Paris: Simon de Colines,, 1526 [1527]. Folio (322 × 217 mm), [6], 36 leaves; collates a&#150;g6. Full modern limp vellum, manuscript title on spine. Title within elaborate historiated criblé border attributed to Oronce Finé; illustrated with numerous woodcut diagrams in text; many decorative metalcut and woodcut initials, mainly designed by Geoffroy Tory. Minor neat repair to inner margin of title and a couple of further preliminary leaves; some light spotting to margins of a few leaves; one letter written in ink (by way of correction) in inner margin of leaf b1v; a very good copy. First edition of Fernel&#39;s first work. Though he eventually gave himself up entirely to medicine, his first three works dealt with the mathematical sciences. This first treatise deals with the motions of the heavens and describes a kind of astrolabe of Fernel&#39;s own design. Other subjects discussed include horology, astrology, geography and the measurement of distances and altitudes. The work includes an illustration of the "geometrical foot" (figuratio pedis geometrici), in the fore margin of fol. 25 verso. The geometrical foot is shown divided into 4 "palms", each of which consists of 4 "digits", each of which, in turn, consists of 4 "grains" (i.e. the width of a barley corn). "While Fernel was publishing [his] first work [Monalosphaerium], he was meditating (or perhaps executing) his famous measurement of a degree of the meridian [published in Cosmotheoria, 1528]. In this first work he lays his geometrical foot down the page, with great care, as he says (omni molimine). In two copies of this work which I have examined, the length of the foot is within a sixtieth of an inch of nine inches and two-thirds, giving 9.65 inches" (Augustus De Morgan, Arithmetical Books from the Invention of Printing to the Present Time, p. 8). The first line of the versified address to the reader by Jehan Le Lieur on leaf a3r contains a reference to America (see Harrisse). The book is scarce in commerce, with only three copies at auction in the past thirty years.

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        Doctissimi Laur. Vallae in Latinae linguae elegantias libri sex, post omnes hactenus excusos lo?ge castigatissimi, De reciprocatione sui et suus ... Annotationes doctissimae in Anto. raudensem, Festiuissimus Dialogus in Poggium florentinum..

      Antverpiae, Ioannes Tibaldaeus impensis Francisci Bircmani, 1526.In-8° (17 x 10.5 cm.), cc. 1 b, 274, 1 b., bella marca tipografica al frontespizio raffigurante una gallina che protegge sotto le ali i suoi pulcini, con motto attorno, bei capilettera istoriati in xilografia, legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa su assi di legno, dorso a tre nervi con titolo manoscritto, ai piatti ricche impressioni a secco, tracce di fermagli mancanti. Titolo manoscritto e antichi segnalibri in carta al taglio esterno. Macchia di unto alle prime 60 cc. sulla parte superiore, maggiormente estesa nelle prime pagine mentre si va attenuandosi nelle sucessive. Lorenzo Valla è un personaggio di eccezionale importanza non solo per la cultura italiana, ma soprattutto quale rappresentante del più puro umanesimo europeo. Con le sue spietate critiche alla chiesa romana dell'epoca fu un precursore di Lutero, ma fu anche il promotore di molte revisioni ideologiche e stilistiche di testi cattolici. La sua opera si basa su una profonda padronanza della lingua latina e sulla convinzione che sia stata proprio un'insufficiente conoscenza del latino la vera causa del linguaggio ermetico ed ambiguo di molti filosofi. Valla è convinto che l'uso corretto della lingua sia l'unico mezzo di comunicazione ed acculturazione: la grammatica ed un appropriato modo di esprimersi stanno alla base di ogni enunciato e, prima ancora, della sua formulazione intellettuale. Da questo punto di vista i suoi scritti sono tematicamente coerenti, in quanto ciascuno di essi si sofferma innanzitutto sulla lingua, sull'uso corretto della lingua e sulle erronee interpretazioni della grammatica latina.

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        San Filippo

      Bulino, 1526, datato e monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Esemplare nella seconda variante di cinque descritta dal Meder. Ottima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione.Opera della tarda maturità del Dürer, il San Filippo, appartiene alla serie degli Apostoli, questa risulta la più nobile e gradevole figura della serie. Engraving, 1526, dated and monogrammed on plate at the bottom left. Example in the second variant of five described by Meder. Excellent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the marginal line, in excellent condition.Work of the late age of Dürer, San Filippo, belongs to the series of the Apostles, this is the most noble and attractive figure in the series. Meder 48 b/e; Strauss, The intaglio prints of Albrecht Dürer, p. 286, 103; Panofsky 153; Winkler p. 328. Dimensioni 70x120.

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        Proserpina

      Incisioni al bulino, circa 1526, privo di firma. Da un soggetto di Giovan Battista Rosso. Esemplari nel primo stato di due, avanti le ombre nella cornice. Bellissime prove, impresse su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilate al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le due opere fanno parte della serie di stampe raffiguranti gli Dei dell?Olimpo, realizzate nel 1526 dal Caraglio su disegni di Rosso Fiorentino, come documentato dal Vasari nel suo libro sulle vite dei pittori. La serie consta di 20 incisioni al bulino, con le divinità raffigurate all'interno di nicchie; le lastre sono numerate e la prima, raffigurante Saturno, reca la firma del Caraglio e la data 1526. Opere molto rare. Bibliografia: Bartsch, vol. XV, p. 78, 31 & 34; Massari, Tra Mito ed Allegoria, pp. 119/140, 41&43. Dimensioni 115x215.

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        Exempla quatuor and viginti nuper inventa ante caput de ominibus. plutarchi cheronei parallela addita propter materiae similitudinem. florentiae, per haeredes philippi iuntae, 1526.

      In-8° (164x103mm), ff. (4), 227, (1), legatura del secolo decimonono in m. pelle con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso e piatti marmorizzati. Tagli a spruzzo rossi. Impresa giuntina al frontespizio, registro ed explicit al colophon. Spazi guida per i capilettera. Una firma antica. Lievi bruniture e aloni ad alcune cc. Bell'esemplare. Edizione giuntina di questa famosa raccolta di exempla storici attinti soprattutto a Cicerone, Sallustio e Livio. L'opera ebbe straordinaria fortuna, sia presso gli antichi che in età medievale, e fu utilizzata tra gli altri da Plinio, Plutarco, Frontino, Gellio, Lattanzio. STC Italian, p. 708. Bandini, II, 209. Renouard, 49, 90. EDIT16 CNCE 28786. Non in Adams.

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        DELLE GUERRE CIVILI DEI ROMANI, Tradotto da messer Alexandro Braccese Fiorentino (...)

      In Firenze Per li Heredi di Philippo di Giunta 1526 16° Pagine 291 Legato con: Appiano Alessandrino DELLE GUERRE ESTERNE DEI ROMANI (....) In Venegia nelle case di Pietro di Nicolini da Sabbio 1538 16° pagine 191 Legatura secentesca in piena pergamena. Titolo calligrafato al dorso. Lievi fioriture. Ottimi esemplari. Per la prima opera Cfr. Gamba 1054; Paitoni I, 72 Decia 201. Per la seconda Cfr. Adams A-1357; Renouard 116:3.

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