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        Il Decameron. Tratto dall'Ottimo Testo Scritto da Franco Amaretto Mannelli sull'Originale dell'Autore.

      4. 26 cm. XXXVI, 373 Seiten. Neuer Ganzpergamentband mit aufgemaltem illustrierten Rückentitel. Faksimile der Ausgabe 1384/ 1527. Mit Frontispiz und Titelkupfer. Mit 1 Handschriftenfaksimile-Tafel, gefaltet. Stammtafel und zwei Holzschnitt-Vignetten im Text. Mit eingedrucktem Exlibris verso Titel, auf gefalteter Tafel. Sehr gutes Exemplar.

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        POLYCRONICON [POLYCHRONICON]

      by my Peter Treueris at ye expences of Iohn Reynes boke seller at the sygne of saynt George in Poules chyrchyarde 16 May 1527, Southwerke - 303 x 208 mm. (11 7/8 x 8 1/8"). 49 (of 50) p.l. (lacking blank 2h6), CCCxlvi, [1] leaves.Translated by John Trevisa. Edited and with a continuation by William Caxton. Third Edition. Late 18th century diced russia, expertly rebacked to style, flat spine divided into compartments with either calligraphic flourish centerpiece or repeating rows of scallops, red morocco label, turn-ins with gilt pentaglyph and metope roll, marbled endpapers. Title page and last page with publisher's device of John Reynes (Saint George slaying the dragon, McKerrow 55), full-page woodcut of a battle, nine smaller woodcuts (from six blocks) in the text, depicting generic knights and princes. Title page printed in red and black. Front pastedown with engraved bookplates of Thomas Amyot and Henry B. H. Beaufoy; ink signature of William Butler on title and last page. STC 13440; Pforzheimer, 490. Corners somewhat bumped, minor scuffing to boards, but the attractively rebacked binding quite sound. Leaves washed and pressed, with occasional light browning, minor stains or smudges, and isolated rust spots, printing error on one page affecting a couple of words, otherwise an excellent copy, generally clean and crisp, and with exceptionally wide margins. Written in the 1320s, translated to English in 1387, and first printed by Caxton in 1480, this history of the world is the major work of Benedictine monk Ranulf Higden (ca. 1299-1364) of Chester; it is also the first universal history to appear in print. According to DNB, "[Polycronicon] offered to the educated and learned audience of fourteenth-century England a clear and original picture of world history based upon medieval tradition, but with a new interest in antiquity, and with the early history of Britain related as part of the whole." The work was originally divided into seven parts (for the seven days of creation in Genesis), and ended coverage of events in 1342. John Malvern (d. ca. 1414) added a final book covering the years 1348-81; it was translated by William Caxton and added to his 1482 edition. It appears in our volume as "Liber ultimus." Higden's history was enormously popular from its earliest days; DNB notes that there are more than 100 manuscripts of its Latin text surviving, and that ownership of such copies extended beyond the usual cathedrals, monasteries, and universities to smaller churches, members of the nobility, and wealthy merchants. DNB speculates that our printer Peter Treveris (fl. 1525-32) may have been an immigrant, as were many early printers, or he may have come from a Cornish family named Treffrey (sometimes spelled "Treveris"). At his workshop in Southwark, he issued some 30-40 books, primarily reprints of grammatical treatises, but also a number of memorable productions, chief of which, in the eyes of DNB, was the present "handsome" edition of the "Polycronicon." He was also responsible for Brunschwig's "Noble Handiwork of Surgery," the first printing of the influential "Grete Herball," and John Skelton's "Magnyfycence," but DNB notes that the "Polycronicon" is the most attractive of his works. Plomer reports that "Treveris also shared with Wynkyn de Worde most of the printing of Richard Whittington's scholastic works." The present edition is the penultimate printing of "Polycronicon" recorded by ESTC, and is the only printing of the complete work not published by Caxton or his successor, Wynkyn de Worde. Complete copies of any edition are scarce. Former owner Thomas Amyot (1775-1850) was a lawyer, antiquary, and Fellow of the Royal Sciety, who, DNB notes, "was always ready to encourage young historians by giving them access to his large and valuable library and by introducing them to others who might be influential in their careers." Another owner, Henry B. H. Beaufoy (1786-1851), was a well-known enthusiast of hot air ballooning, as well as a bibliophile whose impressive library included all four Shakespeare folios. Written in the 1320s, translated to English in 1387, a

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        1527 Julius Caesar WAR Commentaries Rome Gaul Military Tactics Illustrated MAP

      [Toscolano : P. Alex. Pag. Benacenses F. Bena. V. V., (ca. 1527-1533).] - 1527 Julius Caesar WAR Commentaries Rome Gaul Military Tactics Illustrated MAP “If you must break the law, do it to seize power: in all other cases observe it!” – Julius Caesar Julius Caesar’s war commentaries are some of the most prolific military writings! While not specifically known for his writing, Julius Caesar wrote this book which would become a mainstay in the Latin literature canon. It focuses on first-hand account of Julius Caesar in the Callic wars, but it was written as though from a third-person view. This rare post-incunabula printing by Alessandro Paganini is unique in that the House Paganini, Venetian printers, is known mostly for publishing the first printed version of the Arabic Quran as well as various mathematics books. It also includes a rare map of Spain plus 6 full-page woodcut engravings. Item number: #522 Price: $ 950 CAESAR, Julius Commentarii di Caio Giulio Cesare tradotti di latino in volgar lingua per Agostino Ortica de la Porta genouese nuouamente reuisto & con somma diligentia corretto [Toscolano : P. Alex. Pag. Benacenses F. Bena. V. V., (ca. 1527-1533).] Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [8], 262 o Signatures/Register: (-)6 A-Z6 AA-II8 kk8 • Binding: vellum; tight and secure • References: CNCE 8159; EDIT 16; not in Adams (no source of illustrator) • Language: Latin • Provenance: Handwritten – Francesco Testa, 1803 • Size: ~6.5in X 4in (16cm x 10cm) • Very rare with no other example of the Paganini edition for sale worldwide at present Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 522 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Salisburgensis iurisdictionis, locorumq. vicinorum vera descriptio auctore Marco Secznagel Salisburgense.

      Orig.-Kupferkarte. Blattgr. ca. 41 x 54 cm. Bildauschn. 34 x 44 cm. In sehr gutem, sauberen Zustand. van den Broeke 107 - Kupferstichkarte nach Markus Setznagel. Mit einer Ansicht auf die Stadt Salzburg in der rechten unteren Ecke - Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598 Antwerp) published the first modern uniform Atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.

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        Arûk [Arukh od. Aruch] : Dictionarium Chaldaicum, non ta Chaldaicos interpretes [qua] Rabbinorum intelligenda comentaria necessarium: per [Sebastianum Munsterum] ex baal Aruch & Chal. biblijs at[que] Hebraeorum peruschim congestum.

      Basileae, apud Io. Fro. Anno M.D.XXVII / Basel, Johann (Johannes) Froben 1527. - 8° (20.7 x 15.2 x 3.3 cm). 1 Bl. (Titel), 434 SS., 1 Bl. (Kolophon mit Druckermarke). Es fehlen die 3 Bll./= 6 SS. der Dedikation nach dem Titel. Paginierung beginnt hinten. Gest. Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt von Hans Holbein. Schriftsatz in 10-Punkt Antiqua mit hebräischen Lemmata. HLdr. des 19. Jhs. mit vergold. Rückentitel u. marmorierten Deckeln (Vorderdeckel etwas berieben). Erste (einzige) Ausgabe / Originalausgabe. Seiten unterschiedlich etwas gebräunt u. marginal stockfleckig. Alters- u. Lagerungs-, weniger eigentliche Gebrauchsspuren, Autor in Titel und p. 434 (Impressum) in Tinte alt getilgt, Titel im Fusssteg mit Bibliotheksstempel, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. vord. Vorsatzspiegel. Gesamthaft recht gutes Exemplar. - VD16 M 6657 - Digitalisiert u.a. in BVB/BSB - Sebastian Münster (Niederingelheim i. Rheinland-Pfalz 1488-1552 Basel), kath., später ref., ab 1535 von Basel. 1505-1529 Franziskaner, 1511 Priester. ?Er gehört neben Konrad Pellikan und Johannes Reuchlin zu den ersten Humanisten des deutschsprachigen Raums, die sich intensiv mit dem Studium des Hebräischen beschäftigten. [.] 1518-20 als Lektor für Philosophie im Barfüsserkloster in Basel, geriet er mit lutherischem Gedankengut in Kontakt. Von 1521 an war Münster Franziskanerlektor in Heidelberg, wo er zunächst eine Reihe von philologischen Untersuchungen zur hebräischen und aramäischen Sprache publizierte. [.] Schon länger der Reformation gegenüber aufgeschlossen, trat er 1529 aus dem Orden aus und folgte einem Ruf als Hebraist nach Basel. [.] In Münsters umfangreichem Werk dominieren die hebraistisch-philologischen Untersuchungen, die 1535 in der ersten gedruckten hebräischen Bibelausgabe gipfelten.? (etc.; K. v. Greyerz, in: HLS). - ?Außer Editionen und Uebersetzungen hat Münster noch lexikalische und grammatikalische Arbeiten erscheinen lassen. Darunter sind drei Wörterbücher: ein rabbinisches, ein dreisprachiges, ein chaldäisches. Das rabbinische ist nur dadurch interessant, daß es eine nicht unbedeutende, damals sehr seltene Kenntniß der Rabbinen beweist. Das dreisprachige stellt lateinische, griechische und hebräische Wörter zusammen [.]. Das chaldäische ist nur eine Zusammenstellung aus dem talmudischen Wörterbuch Aruch [.]. [. Im] Hinblick auf die spärlichen Vorarbeiten und auf die beschränkten Hülfsmittel, die Münster zu Gebote standen, müssen [seine] Leistungen als in hohem Grade achtungswerth bezeichnet werden.? (L. Geiger, in: ADB). -- Provenienz: Dublette der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln (Etikette u. Stempel). - In einem streng katholischen Umfeld galt Sebastian Münster ab 1530 wohl als Renegat, wenn nicht gar als Ketzer, offensichtlich aber als persona non grata, auch wenn seine Werke NICHT auf dem Index Librorum Prohibitorum standen. Sprache: la, he [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Persici sive Sopho:rvm Regni Typvs.

      - Altcolorierter Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius ( 1527 - 1598 ) aus Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, um 1570, 34,5 x 49,5 cm Zeigt das persische Reich bzw. den heutigen Iran und Irak bis nach Bagdad mit den darüberliegenden Ruinen von Babylon im Westen; Titelkartusche unten rechts sowie Meilenanzeiger unten links; mit Privileg; lateinische Ausgabe. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Il Decamerone [...] nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato.

      (Florenz, Philippo di Giuntas Erben, 1527 [Nachdruck: Venedig, Pasinello, 1729]). 4°. Mit wiederh. Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel u. am Ende. 8 nn. (das letzte weiß), 284 num. Bll., Pgmt. d. Zt. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Eines von 300 Exemplaren dieses Nachdruckes der berühmten „Ventisettana“ auf Papier und mit Typen des 16. Jahrhunderts; frühes Beispiel einer Bücherfälschung. Der Nachdruck, der auf Kosten von S. Ferrari (nach anderen Quellen des britischen Konsuls in Venedig und Bibliophilen Joseph Smith, 1682-1770) von E. Orlandini besorgt und von Pasinello verlegt wurde, ist mit der Originalausgabe nahezu identisch. Dem Fälscher sind jedoch einige Fehler unterlaufen, an denen sein Neudruck erkennbar ist (z. B. „Decemeron“ in der 7. Zeile des 2. nn. Blattes). - „Every one of the numerous reprints of modern times must leave first place to the Ventisettana“ (Gamba). - „Diese sehr ähnliche und schöne, aber incorrecte Nachbildung erschien auf Kosten des Consuls Smith zu Venedig bei Pasinello 1729, ist von St. Orlandini besorgt und bloß 300 Exemplare abgezogen. Ein Brand hat ihre Seltenheit noch vermehrt“ (Ebert). - Einband leicht berieben, bestoßen bzw. fleckig. Rückenschild m. kl. Randfehlstellen. Die ersten Bll. schwach wasserrandig. Vereinzelt min. stockfleckig. Insgesamt schönes u. breitrandiges Exemplar. - Adams B 2147; Brunet I, 999; Graesse I, 449f.; Gamba 172 Anm.; Ebert I, 2521. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Boccaccio, Il Decamerone

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        IN QUATUOR EVANGELIA

      Tiguri [Zurich]: Iacobus Mazochius, 1527. This commentary on the four Gospels was likely bound in Flanders, possibly in Ghent, based on the triple panel design and the stamps of Saint Michael and Saint John the Baptist, common elements in Flemish bindings of the period. The stamps here are very similar in size and composition to those described by Weale in "Bookbindings and Rubbings of Bindings in the National Art Library" (see his #419, a Flanders binding on a volume of tracts printed in 1529). Fogelmark identifies Pieter de Keysere of Ghent as one of the binders who used stamps of Saints Michael and John the Baptist (see R. 91, Plate XXXIX, showing stamps of the two saints that are extremely similar, if not identical to, the ones on our binding, used as part of a triple panel design). Here, Michael the Archangel is seen standing over the struggling Devil, his sword upraised to deliver a final blow, while John the Baptist stands at a makeshift pulpit formed by two poles and a crossbar, his listeners--including an attentive dog--seated on the ground around him. The rolls that form the other decorative panels are inhabited by a number of fanciful or stylized creatures, among them birds, dragons, deer, hedgehogs, and a monkey (these animal panels are also mentioned by Fogelmark as common features in Ghent bindings). The text here is the work of Theophylactus (ca. 1050-1126), a scholar of high repute who became the tutor of Constantine Porphyrogenitus, son of the Emperor Michael VII, for whom he wrote "The Education of Princes." According to Britannica, his writings "deserve the considerable place they hold in exegetical literature for their appositeness, sobriety, accuracy and judiciousness." Our early owner would appear to be Sir Henry Gough (1709-74), first baronet, whose very advantageous second marriage to heiress Barbara Calthorpe brought him money, lands, and quite likely this volume, her bachelor elder brother having bequeathed to her a library that included important Tudor manuscripts, among other items. The lifted pastedowns, rather than being a defect, can be seen as a plus here, as they allow us a clear view of the physical structure of the binding.. 177 x 110 mm. (7 x 4 3/8"). 14 p.l., 380, [2] leaves. CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAMPED CALF over wooden boards, covers with blind-ruled frames, center panel divided into three sections, those on the upper cover containing, on the left, a panel stamp of Saint Michael the Archangel; in the middle, two zoomorphic rolls featuring dragons and birds; and, on the right, a panel containing twin rolls of interwoven branches inhabited by various creatures, these rolls within a mottoed frame; lower cover with similar decoration, but the scenic panel stamp showing Saint John the Baptist; four raised bands, remnants of brass clasps, pastedowns lifted, revealing pigskin cords secured in their channels with wooden pegs (small, neat repairs to head and tail of spine and perhaps to the joints). Printer's "Janus" device in colophon. Inside front cover with bookplate of Henry Gough and signature of the same name dated 1754; front flyleaf and title page with several early ownership inscriptions in ink. For the binding: Weale 419; Fogelmark, R. 91, Pl. XXXIX. Leather on spine a little crackled, joints rather worn (but not cracked, and with no looseness), blind decoration on back cover somewhat muted (though that on the front cover still very sharp), other minor wear to the leather, but the binding sound and generally pleasing. Occasional faint marginal dampstains, small rust spots, smudges, or other insignificant defects in the text, but an excellent copy internally, especially fresh and clean. This commentary on the four Gospels was likely bound in Flanders, possibly in Ghent, based on the triple panel design and the stamps of Saint Michael and Saint John the Baptist, common elements in Flemish bindings of the period. The stamps here are very similar in size and composition to those described by Weale in "Bookbindings and Rubbings of Bindings in the National Art Library" (see his #419, a Flanders binding on a volume of tracts printed in 1529). Fogelmark identifies Pieter de Keysere of Ghent as one of the binders who used stamps of Saints Michael and John the Baptist (see R. 91, Plate XXXIX, showing stamps of the two saints that are extremely similar, if not identical to, the ones on our binding, used as part of a triple panel design). Here, Michael the Archangel is seen standing over the struggling Devil, his sword upraised to deliver a final blow, while John the Baptist stands at a makeshift pulpit formed by two poles and a crossbar, his listeners--including an attentive dog--seated on the ground around him. The rolls that form the other decorative panels are inhabited by a number of fanciful or stylized creatures, among them birds, dragons, deer, hedgehogs, and a monkey (these animal panels are also mentioned by Fogelmark as common features in Ghent bindings). The text here is the work of Theophylactus (ca. 1050-1126), a scholar of high repute who became the tutor of Constantine Porphyrogenitus, son of the Emperor Michael VII, for whom he wrote "The Education of Princes." According to Britannica, his writings "deserve the considerable place they hold in exegetical literature for their appositeness, sobriety, accuracy and judiciousness." Our early owner would appear to be Sir Henry Gough (1709-74), first baronet, whose very advantageous second marriage to heiress Barbara Calthorpe brought him money, lands, and quite likely this volume, her bachelor elder brother having bequeathed to her a library that included important Tudor manuscripts, among other items. The lifted pastedowns, rather than being a defect, can be seen as a plus here, as they allow us a clear view of the physical structure of the binding.

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        Tvrcici imperii descriptio.

      - Altcolorierter Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius ( 1527 - 1598 ) aus Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, um 1575, 37,5 x 50 cm Zeigt das Osmanische Reich mit Türkei, Griechenland, Italien, das Mittelmeer mit seiner Inselwelt, Nordafrika mit Sinai sowie Kleinasien mit Bagdad zwischen Euphrat-Delta und Tigris; prächtige Titelkartusche unten links; daneben Meilenanzeiger; lateinische Ausgabe. ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Il Decamerone nuovamente corretto et con diligentia stampato. M.D.XXVII.

      (in fine:) Impresso in Firenze per li heredi di philippo di Giunta nell'anno del Signore M.D.XXVII Adi xiii del Mese daprile (Firenze, Giunta, 1527), il solo frontespizio dalla contraffazione del Venezia, Pasinello, 1729 - in-4 (mm 209x130), ff. (7, su 8 mancando l'ultimo bianco), 284, bella legatura del XVIII secolo in pelle nocciola, duplice filetto e terminazioni angolari vegetali in oro ai piatti, titolo e fiori in oro al dorso a nervi. Esemplare con numerose pagine rimarginate sui quattro lati e Proemio con evidenti arrossature ma di indubbio fascino per le belle e numerose chiose marginali di mano del XVI secolo e per la nota in calce al primo foglio in cui un censore della fine del XVI secolo "concede di poter. leger si che sii ristampato senza cose che offendano la religione.". Il Decamerone fu infatti messo all'indice nel 1559 ma dal 1564 fu ammesso nella lista delle opere cui fu concessa la possibilit

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        Creta Iouis magni medio iacet insula ponto.

      - Altcolorierter Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius ( 1527 - 1598 ), 1609, 34 x 49 cm Vier Karten auf einem Blatt: die Mittelmeerinseln Kreta (18 x 47 cm ), Korsika (12,5 x 14 cm), Sardinien (12,5 x 14 cm) und die Ionischen Inseln (8 x 17 cm). Mit lateinischem R

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        Le microcosme contenant divers tableaux de la vie humaine representez en figures avec une brieve exposition en vers francois.Amsterdam, Theodore Pierre (= Dirck Pietersz.), [not before 1613]. 4to. With the engraved title-page of Joost van den Vondel's Der Gulden Winckel der konstlievende Nederlanders. (1613), with the engraved overlay with the present title Le Microcosme contenant . mounted on this engraved title-page, here removed and kept seperately; also with 74 engraved emblems in text (ca. 8.5 x 12 cm) by Gerard de Jode. 19th-century half calf, gold-tooled spine.

      - Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 558; Praz, p. 427; STCN (5 copies); WorldCat (8 other copies). First and only edition of a French adaptation of a Latin emblem book by Laurens van Haecht Goidthoven (Laurentius Haechtanus Goidtsenhovius, 1527-1603). The Latin edtition was first published in 1579 at Antwerp by Gerard de Jode (1517-1591), entitled Mikrokosmos, and contained the same 74 engraved emblems as the present edition. It is an edifying work, using the traditional structure of an emblem book: motto, pictura, epigram. The emblems are accompanied by a French motto above and a citation from the Bible underneath, all accompanied by a French poem on the facing pages. De Jode and Van Haecht enlarged their scope, however, representing a range of curious subjects from Greek and Roman legends, including Arion and the dolphin, Penelope and Odysseus, Cyrus and Tomyris, and many more. The present edition reuses the engraved title-page of Joost van den Vondel's Den Gulden Winckel der konstlievende Nederlanders: a Dutch adaptation of the Mikrokosmos, which was first published in 1613 by Dirck Petersz. The publisher printed an engraved cartouche with the present French title to be mounted on the Dutch title.Binding rubbed along the extremities. Slightly foxed throughout, some plates are rather worn, with the outer margins of the first 12 leaves restored, a stain in inner margin of first two leaves, leaf S2 and S3 misbound. Otherwise a fair copy.

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        Perspectiva Das ist : Die weitber

      95 S., 80 doppelseitige, zum Teil gefaltete Tafeln.: CCLXXV Fig. // 34 S.T.49, 23 doppels. Tafeln. [falsch kollationiert im digitalisierten Exemplar des Max-Planck-Institut f

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        Duodecim Caesares, ex Erasmi recognitione.

      Paris, Simon de Colines, 1527. ____ Première édition de Simon de Colines de la version d'Erasme de Suétone. Epitre d'Erasme en début d'ouvrage sur 10 pages aux ducs Frederick et Georges de Saxe. La seconde partie sont les "Annotationes" sur Suétone de Giovanni Battista Egnazio et l' "Epitome Assis Budaici" d'Alardus Amstelredamus (1491-1544), un résumé du "De Asse" de Budé. Marque aux lapins sur le titre, initiales gravées sur bois sur fond criblé. Belle reliure de l'époque, avec un intéressant décor sur les plats, mais défraîchie, coins usés, mors fendus, manques aux coiffes et au dos. Cachet de collection sur le titre : "Bibliothèque Fernandi-Desportes." Schreiber, Simon de Colines 24. Renouard, Biblio. de Simon de Colines100. *****. In-8. [153 x 100 mm] Collation : 215, (16) ff., 1 f. bl., (24) ff. Basane brune, plats estampés à froid d'encadrements de filets et de fleurons, dos à nerfs. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        IL DECAMERONE DI M GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO NUOVAMENTE CORRETTO ET CON DILIGENTIA STAMPATO

      Firenze, Heredi di Philippo Giunta, 1527 XIIII del mese d?aprile. In-8 (mm. 205x128), p. pergamena antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn. (frontesp., 6 di Indici, l?ultima bianca), 284 cc.num., con due marche tipografiche una al frontespizio e una all?ultima carta. "Rarissima edizione originale della Ventisettana", la più corretta ed importante tra le antiche. Le varie edizioni del Decamerone, a partire dalla prima del 1470, presentavano un testo fortemente corrotto e alterato. Un gruppo di giovani intellettuali e studiosi fiorentini, tra i quali ricordiamo Bernardo di Lorenzo Segni, Antonio degli Alberti, Francesco di Lorenzo Guidetti, Schiatta Bagnesi, Pier Vettori, Antonio Francini ed anche Bartolomeo de Cavalcanti, diedero vita nel 1527 a questa nuova edizione corretta. Prezioso, per questo lavoro, fu un codice del Mannelli e uno di casa Cavalcanti, non rinvenuto da loro, ma utilizzato attraverso un riscontro fatto da Francesco Berni. ?E? l?originale 1527 una delle edizioni del Decameron più famigerate per correzione, e detta convenientemente la "Ventisettana". Quei giovani fiorentini che si presero cura di emendare il testo furono ricordati dal Manni.. e le loro fatiche furono coronate da buon successo che sin ai moderni tempi tutte le numerose ristampe dovettero lasciare alla "Ventisettana" il primato?. (Gamba,172). ?Il existe peu de livres qui aient acquis une valeur d?estime et en meme temps une valeur d?argent proportionnée à celle que depuis plus de deux siècles a conservé ce volume.. Edition correcte et soignée d?un livre dont s?enorgueillit la littérature italienne, elle fut presque à son apparition considérée comme le prototype, le modèle obligé de toute édition future?. (Renouard,93). Non a caso nel 1729 fu fatta in Venezia dal Pasinello, a spese del console Smith, una ristampa che anche nella forma tipografica cercò di imitare questa del 1527. Cfr. anche Bacchi della Lega, p. 36 - Domenico Maria Manni ?Istoria del Decamerone di Giovannni Boccaccio?, Firenze, 1742 - Vittore Branca ?Tradizione delle opere di Giovanni Boccaccio?, (Roma, Ediz. di storia e letteratura, 1991). Nel ns. marginoso esemplare consolidamenti al margine interno bianco delle prime due carte. Alle cc. 77 e 78 un difetto nell?impasto originale della carta che non causa nessuna mancanza nè al testo, né al margine. Leggeri e piccoli aloni al margine esterno bianco in qualche occasione. P.a.r. .

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        Liber de Morbo Gallico: noviter editus: in quo omnes modi possibiles sanandi ipsum: mira quadam & artificiosa doctrina continentur: ut studioso lectori patebit.

      Venice: Francesco Bindoni & Maffeo Pasini, 1527. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to (194 x 136 mm). Signatures: A-L4, 44 unnumbered leaves. [Colophon:] Venetiis in aedibus Francisci Bindoni, ac Maphei Pasini summa dilige[n]tia impressus. Anno domini millesimo quingentesimo septimo. Mensis Iulii. Roman letter with title in gothic on A1r. 8-line white on black initial on A2 and one other small initial. Recent vellum boards. A carefully washed copy, some light browning, a few wormholes filled, mostly marginal but affecting a few letters. Provenance: No early ownership marks; old underlining on f3r -f3v. Walter Pagel library (paperslip on pastedown). ----Wellcome 4102; Garrison-Morton 2365; CNCE 60434. - FIRST EDITION, falsely dated 1507 in the colophon; another issue with the same false date has the imprint Parma, Francesco Ugoleto and Antonio Viotti. The edition of 1532 was previously thought to be the first, and further editions were printed in 1536, re-issued in 1559, and 1563 and a French translation was published in 1565. "This early work on syphilis (the 4th after Grünpeck, Leoniceno and Lopez de Villalobos) includes a description of the neurological manifestations of the disease (Garrison-Morton). It is a comprehensive description of the symptoms and effects of syphilis. Massa believed that although usually contracted by sexual intercourse, syphilis could also arise spontaneously without contact. He discusses the role of diet, sleep and exercise together, and the use of drugs, bloodletting, leeches, and guaiac in the treatment of syphilis (Heirs of Hippocrates 195, describing the 1532 edition). Niccolò Massa studied at Padua and was professor of anatomy at Venice. He is best known as one of the earliest anatomists (with Benedetti and Berengario), to perform dissections, as he states in his Anatomiae liber introductorius, first published in 1536. Peter Krivatsky, Nicola Massa's Liber de morbo gallico - Dated 1507 but printed in 1527, Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Science 29 (1974) 230-233; D.Casagrande, Errore o falso in piena regola? Il Liber de Morbo Gallico di Nicolò Massa, Charta, 3 (2005), 24-29." (R. Gaskell, Books from the Library of Walter Pagel, Pt. I, 69). Very Good.

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        Epistola Rabbi Samuelis Judaei ad Rabbi Isaac Judaeum : de prophetiis veteris testamenti : s(ecundu)m translationem eorum : quibus lex Judaica destruitur : Christianaq(ue) religio approbatur.

      Lyon, Claude Nourry, 1527). ____ Très rare. Cette lettre a été traduite de l'arabe en latin par Alfonso Buenhombre, dominicain, né peut-être à Tolède, qui mourut en 1339, date de cette traduction. L'édition princeps est de Mantoue, 1475. Marque de Claude Nourry N° 5 au dernier feuillet. C'est probablement le premier ouvrage en lettres rondes publié par Nourry et imprimé en association avec son gendre Pierre de Vingle. (Voir Baudrier 12, 72, note.) Petite restauration en coin des premiers feuillets. Bon exemplaire. Palau 289203. Baudrier 12, 87. Pas dans Adams. *****. Petit in-8. [135 x 93 mm] Collation : 32 ff. Maroquin bordeaux, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe.).

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        Europam, sive celticam veterem sic describere conabar Abrah. Ortelius

      Artist: Ortelius Abraham ( - 1598 ) Antwerp; issued in: Antwerp; date: 1595 1527 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: Very good; size in cm : 35 x 47 - description: Map shows totoal Europa with 2 beautiful Cartouches - Vita of the artist: Abraham Ortelius(1527 ?1598) was a Flemish cartographer and geographer, generally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, and the first to imagine that the continents were joint together before drifting to their present position.He began as a map-engraver, in 1547 and entered the Antwerp guild of St Luke as afsetter van Karten. His early career is that of a businessman and most of his journeys before 1560 are for commercial purposes .In 1564 he completed a "mappemonde", eight-leaved map of the world, which afterwards appeared in reduced form in the Theatrum. The only extant copy of this great map is in the library of the University of Basle (cf. Bernoulli, Ein Karteninkunabelnband, Basle, 1905, p. 5). He also published a two-sheet map of Egypt in 1565, a plan of the Brittenburg castle on the coast of the Netherlands in 1568, an eight-sheet map of Asia in 1567, and a six-sheet map of Spain before the appearance of his atlas. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book originals of his maps in these days are popular collector's items.

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        Dialogue treselegant intitule le Peregrin, traictant de lhonneste et pudique amour concilie par pure et sincere vertu, traduict de vulgais de Italien en langue frâcoyse par maistre Francoys Dassy conterouleur des Bris de la Masryne en Bretaigne, secretaire du roy de Navarre et de treshaulte et illustre dame madame Loyse, duchesse de Valentinois et nouvellement Imprime a Paris.

      1527 - Un roman d'amour et d'aventures superbement illustré, très en vogue à la Renaissance.  Paris, N. Couteau pour G. du Pré, 1527.In-4 de (8) ff., 169 ff. y compris 3 grand bois à pleine page, (1) f. pour la marque de l'imprimeur, nombreuses majuscules ornées. Relié en plein maroquin brun, plats entièrement ornés d'un triple encadrement de filets à froid, et d'une large roulette feuillagée à froid, écoinçons dorés aux angles, fleuron central losange frappé or, dos à nerfs orné de roulettes à froid et de fleurons dorés, double filet or sur les coupes, large roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées et ciselées. Laurent Claessens. 238 x 170 mm. / A novel of romance and adventures, superbly illustrated, very fashionable during the Renaissance. Paris, N. Couteau pour G. du Pré, 1527.4to [238 x 170 mm] of (8) ll., 169 ll. including 3 large full-page woodcuts, (1) l. for the printer's mark, numerous decorated capitals. Bound in full brown morocco, covers entirely decorated with triple blind-stamped fillets and a large blind-stamped leaf-like border, gilt corner pieces, gilt central diamond fleuron, spine ribbed and decorated with blind-stamped borders and gilt fleurons, large gilt inner border, gilt and engraved edges. Laurent Claessens. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Valerio de la hystorias scolasticas dela sagrada scritura y de los hechos despaña co las batallas capales / copiladas por Fernan Perez de Guzmaa.

      Jacobo Cromberger,, Sevilla. 1527 - [2], LXXXVII h., Fol. 28 x 19 cm. El pie de imp. consta en colofón. Portada. grab. xil. y a dos tintas. Gótico. Texto a dos col. Preciosa encuadernación en plena piel decorada con hierros en ambos planos,lomo con nervios de adornos dorados, cantos, contr [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Praenotiones. Opus admirabile, in tres libros distibutum. Interprete & enarratore Ludovico Dureto.

      Ca. 40 x 27 cm. 6 Blatt, 578 S., 27 Blatt. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel und einigen Holzschnitt-Zierstücken. Halbpergamenteinband der Zeit. STC H 489. Graesse III, 282. Großzügig gedruckte dritte Ausgabe der von Louis Duret (1527-1586) übersetzten Prognostik, eine der umfangreichsten und am besten kommentierten Hippokrates-Ausgaben überhaupt. Auf den griechischen Text folgt jeweils die lateinische Übersetzung, dann in kleinerer Type ein Kommentar. Die editio princeps dieser Rezension erschien 1588 bei Dupuys in Paris, ediert und aus dem Nachlass herausgegeben vom Sohn des Übersetzers, Jean Duret. 1621 folgte ein unveränderter Nachdruck, die vorliegende Ausgabe war so begehrt, dass sie in Paris 1668 -wiederum unverändert - neu aufgelegt wurde. Die letzte Ausgabe dieser Rezension erschien laut Bruno Celli im Jahr 1737. Zur Kollation: das Exemplar der Bamberger Bibliothek wird mit 26 Blättern am Schluss angegeben, es müssen jedoch zweifelsfrei 27 Blätter sein. Stellenweise leicht gebräunt und fleckig, insgesamt jedoch sehr gut erhalten und - da vollkommen unbeschnitten, mit äußerst breiten weißen Büttenrändern. Halbpergament der Zeit, fleckig und bestoßen.

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        Das New Testament ... durch Hieronymum Emser trewlich verdeutscht, wie es under des ... Hertzogen Georgen in Sachsen außgegangen ist. (Und:) Annotationes Hieronymi Emsers uber Lutthers Newe Testament, jetzt zum vierden mal ubersehen.

      20 Bll., 881 (recte 882), (1) S., 1 Bl. Mit Titel in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, etwa 70 Textholzschnitten u. 7 ganzseitigen Holzschnitten 176 Bll. Schweinsleder der Zeit mit reicher Platten- u. Rollstempelprägung. VD16 B 4470. - Früher Druck des sogenannten Emsertestaments, das zuerst 1527 und dann bis ins 18. Jahrhundert in mehr als 50 Nachauflagen erschien. Der Kontroverstheologe Emser (1478 - 1527) stand im Dienste Georgs von Sachsen und war einer der prominentesten und erbittertsten Gegenspieler Luthers (vgl. NDB4 S, 488 f.) Luther bezeichnete den katholischen Gegenentwurf zu seiner Bibelübersetzung als Plagiat. - VD16 E 1096. - Die Annotationes erschienen zuerst 1524/25 und dienten der Rechtfertigung des Verbotes von Luthers Übersetzung des Neuen Testaments in Sachsen. Hier führt Emser hunderte von Lügen und ketzerische Irrtümer Luthers auf. - Beide Drucke von Creutzinger, ansässig im schlesischen Neisse (Nysa), von großer Seltenheit. - Aus der Bibliothek von Wilfred Merton. - Einband etwas beschabt u. leicht bestoßen u. mit wenigen kleinen Wurmgängen, Schließen fehlen, Schenkungsvermerk auf Titel, überwiegend mit schwachem Feuchtigkeitsrand im Fußsteg, gering fleckig.

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        Biblia Latina - Biblia sacra utriusque testamenti, iuxta uetere[m] tra[n]slationem, qua hucusq[ue] Latina utitur Ecclesia, ex antiquissimis ac rece[n]tioribus exe[m]plaribus diligentissime collatis, & sicubi dissentieba[n]t co[n]sultis fontibus, hoc est, hebraeis & graecis uoluminibus adhibitis, fidelissime restituta.

      535 nicht foliierte Blätter. Titelblatt mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnittbordüre. Mit zahlreichen kleinen Initialen und einem großen Holzschnitt-Druckersignet. 8 (16 x 12 cm). Etwas späterer, blindgeprägter Lederband auf 4 Bünden über Holzdeckeln mit 2 intakten Messingschließen. VD16 B2593. - BMGC II, 1257, 44. - Copinger 221. - Goeze, Sammlung 128f. - Bibelsammlung WLB, SWB No. 05093497X (nennt ein zusätzliches weißes Blatt am Schluß). - Darlow/Moule 6107 Anm.: "1527, Johannes Petreius of Nuremberg published an octavo edition of the Bible, with the title 'Biblia sacra...' [...] For the basis of this recension of the Vulgate the editor-printer appears to have taken the text of the Complutensian Polyglot, correcting it by the help of other editions and the original Hebrew and Greek [...] A second edition appeared in 1529". - Zweite Ausgabe, textidentisch mit der ersten Ausgabe von 1527. - "Beide Ausgaben sind höchst selten, und ich finde sie in keiner Bibelsamlung [...] Sie verdienen allerdings besondere Aufmerksamkeit, indem der Drucker dasjenige, was er in der Vorrede versprochen, redlich erfüllet, und viele noch bis dahin immer in den Ausgaben der Vulgate befindliche grobe Fehler ausgemerzet hat" (Goeze). - Eine der frühesten und wichtigsten reformierten lateinischen Bibelausgaben des 16. Jahrhunderts im deutschen Druckraum. - Zu Johannes Petreius, dem Drucker der ersten Ausgabe von Kopernikus' Werk 'De Revolutionibus' ("nach Peypus' Tod der bedeutendste Drucker Nürnbergs") vgl. Benzing 334 und Reske 667f. - Das schöne, auf einem separaten Blatt gedruckte Verlegersignet zeigt in einem Doppelkreis die aus den Wolken ragende Hand mit Feuerschwert, darum das Motto 'Sermo Dei ignitus, et penetrantior quouis gladio ancipiti' die schöne Titelbordüre die 4 Evangelisten, die 12 Apostel (alle mit Schlüssel) und die Übergabe der Gesetzestafeln an Moses. - Einband etwas berieben und beschabt und. mit kleinen Fehlstellen im vorderen Außengelenk. Innengelenk mit Wurmspuren. Titel und die ersten Lagen mit deutlichen Wurmgängen bei leichtem Textverlust. Titelblatt unsauber an erneuertem Vorsatz fixiert, dadurch die ersten Lagen gelockert und etwas vorstehend. - Gelegentlich mit etwas gebräuntem Feuchtigkeitsrand im Außensteg, einzelne kleine (teils ergänzte) Randläsuren. Fast durchgehend von alter Hand in roter Tinte rubriziert und teilweise unterstrichen, Initialen und Majuskeln in roter oder goldener Ausmalung. Vereinzelte Annotate von alter Hand, auch auf dem Titel. - Bis auf die deutlichen Wurmspuren zu Beginn gutes und sauberes Exemplar.

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        Perspectiva Das ist : Die weitberühmte kunst einer scheinenden in oder durchsehnden Augen gesichts Punct inhaltende die Theorie und Practicke mit einer grundlichen unterweisung. Beigebunden: Perspectiva : Die Weitberuhmte Kunst/ gantz nötig allen liebhabvern der Mathematiquen / Vries, Hans Vredeman de. - Amsterdam : Janßen.[Franz. Sacht. teilw. überklebt] Enth. Teil 1 - 2.

      95 S., 80 doppelseitige, zum Teil gefaltete Tafeln.: CCLXXV Fig. // 34 S.T.49, 23 doppels. Tafeln. [falsch kollationiert im digitalisierten Exemplar des Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte, Berlin dort angegeben 70 Tafeln mit CCLXXV Fig.] Text in deutscher Sprache 30 cm, Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit mit stark verblaßten handschr. Rückentitel, der 2. Band durchgehend mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren, wenige Seiten mit kleinem Randausriss ohne Bild- oder Textbeeinträchtigung. ***** Hans Vredeman de Vries (* 1527 in Leeuwarden 1609 vermutlich in Antwerpen) war ein niederländischer Maler der Renaissance, Theoretiker und (Garten-)Architekt. ...Die Theorie der Perspektive in diesen Werken fand de Vries faszinierend und er wurde der Perspektiven- und Architekturmaler schlechthin. De Vries führte den italienischen Baustil und die für ihn typischen Ornamente nördlich der Alpen ein... Wie bei keinem zweiten Künstler trugen seine graphischen Musterentwürfe zur Ausbreitung der Renaissanceornamente in der Architektur und den angewandten Künsten bei. Für die Anwendung der Zentralperspektive in der niederländischen Malerei ist sein Werk von herausragender Bedeutung.Sein erstes Buch über die Perspektive erschien im Jahre 1604. **** Samuel Marolois, Marollois, Maroloys ou Marlois, *1572 in den Niederlanden, + in La Haye vor1627, war ein Mathematiker und ingenieur des holländischen Militärs.Er hat erstmals Anwenungen der Sinusfunktion beschrieben

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        Carithiae ducatus, et Goritiae Platinatus./ Histriae Tabula a Petro Coppu./ Zarae et Sebenici descriptio

      Artist: Ortelius Abraham ( - 1598) Antwerpen; issued in: Antwerpenca1595 1527 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: original colored ; condition: Very good ; size in cm : 33 x 48 - description: Map shows on 3 seperated maps, Kaernten in Austria, Istria in Croatia and Zara in Dalmatia - Vita of the artist: Abraham Ortelius(1527 ?1598) was a Flemish cartographer and geographer, generally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, and the first to imagine that the continents were joint together before drifting to their present position.He began as a map-engraver, in 1547 and entered the Antwerp guild of St Luke as afsetter van Karten. His early career is that of a businessman and most of his journeys before 1560 are for commercial purposes .In 1564 he completed a mappemonde, eight-leaved map of the world, which afterwards appeared in reduced form in the Theatrum. The only extant copy of this great map is in the library of the University of Basle (cf. Bernoulli, Ein Karteninkunabelnband, Basle, 1905, p. 5). He also published a two-sheet map of Egypt in 1565, a plan of the Brittenburg castle on the coast of the Netherlands in 1568, an eight-sheet map of Asia in 1567, and a six-sheet map of Spain before the appearance of his atlas. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book originals of his maps in these days are popular collector's items.

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        Divi Ioannis Chrysostomi Archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani & divi Athanasii Alexandrini Archiepiscopi lucubrationes aliquot non minus elegantes quam utiles, nunc primum versae & in lucem aeditae per des. Erasmus Roterod: Catalogum singularum reperies in proxima pagina.

      Basileae Apud Ioan. Frobenium; 1527. 435 Seiten; Gebundene Ausgabe Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten Kloster-Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel...). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise leicht stockfleckig; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder; LATEINISCH! Versandkostenfreie Lieferung

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        BIBLIA. Habes in hoc libro prudens lector...novam translationem aeditam...

      per Antonium de Ry...Turchi, Berticini, Giunta, 1527. In 8°(250x175); cc. 30 non num., 351 (su 355; mancano N ii, N iii, N vii ed N viii, relative all'inizio del libro di Samuele), una bianca; cc.98, non num. 70. Testo su due colonne. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con bella bordura figurata con il papa in alto e otto ritratti di Padri della Chiesa e santi in colonna, vignetta al centro sotto al titolo. Centinaia di belle iniziali silografiche di diversa dimensioni. Alcune note manoscritte ai margini. Al termine della Bibbia il tomo contiene il "Liber interpretationum hominum hebraicorum" di Sante Pagnini Lucchese. Elegante pergamena seicentesca con doppia cornice dorata che presenta un angelo impresso in oro al centro; dorso a cinque nervi, con titolo manoscritto al dorso piccoli fregi dorati agli scomparti. La più antica versione latina tradotta dai testi originali in greco ed ebraico. La più antica versione della Bibbia in latino tradotta dai testi originali in ebraico e greco. Pagnini cominciò la traduzione a partire dal1493 e la completò prima del 1520. In quell'anno egli mostrò il suo manoscritto al papa Leone X presso il quale insegnava lingue orientali. Ben conservata con lieve arrossamento a qualche carta, qualche alone alla fine del tomo, margine sup. un po' rifilato con margine di circa 1 cm. Adams, B 1008.

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        Divi Ioannis Chrysostomi Archiepiscopi Constantinopolitani & divi Athanasii Alexandrini Archiepiscopi lucubrationes aliquot non minus elegantes quam utiles, nunc primum versae & in lucem aeditae per des. Erasmus Roterod: Catalogum singularum reperies in proxima pagina.

      Basileae Apud Ioan. Frobenium; 1527 - 435 Seiten; Das hier angebotene Buch stammt aus einer teilaufgelösten Kloster-Bibliothek und trägt die entsprechenden Kennzeichnungen (Rückenschild, Instituts-Stempel.). Schnitt und Einband sind etwas staubschmutzig/ berieben; Papier altersbedingt nachgedunkelt/ stellenweise leicht stockfleckig; der Buchzustand ist ansonsten ordentlich und dem Alter entsprechend gut; Orig.Ganzleder; LATEINISCH! la Gewicht in Gramm: 1500

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        Clelia Nobil Fanciula [sic.] Romana con molte altre nobil donzele [sic] furono datte [sic] a Porsena [sic] Re degli Etruschi in ostagio [sic] per tratare [sic] la pace: queste annoiate dal stare nel campo etrusco fugirono passando il Tevere a nuotto [sic].

      1527. [S.l., fine XVI - inizi XVII sec.?], disegno a contorno in inchiostro bruno, su carta vergellata, mm. 191x502. Descrizione della scena manoscritta in alto a destra. Un altro disegno in nostro possesso, chiaramente della stessa mano, reca una nota manoscritta che lo attribuisce a Pellegrino Tibaldi (1527 - 1596).

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        Regni Neaploitani . Descriptio

      Artist: Ortelius Abraham ( - 1598) Antwerpen; issued in: Antwerpenca1585 1527 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: colored ; condition: Very good ; size in cm : 37 x 50 - description: map of the kingdom of Naples / Southern Italy - Vita of the artist: Abraham Ortelius(1527 ?1598) was a Flemish cartographer and geographer, generally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, and the first to imagine that the continents were joint together before drifting to their present position.He began as a map-engraver, in 1547 and entered the Antwerp guild of St Luke as afsetter van Karten. His early career is that of a businessman and most of his journeys before 1560 are for commercial purposes .In 1564 he completed a mappemonde, eight-leaved map of the world, which afterwards appeared in reduced form in the Theatrum. The only extant copy of this great map is in the library of the University of Basle (cf. Bernoulli, Ein Karteninkunabelnband, Basle, 1905, p. 5). He also published a two-sheet map of Egypt in 1565, a plan of the Brittenburg castle on the coast of the Netherlands in 1568, an eight-sheet map of Asia in 1567, and a six-sheet map of Spain before the appearance of his atlas. Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book.In 1573 Ortelius published seventeen supplementary maps under the title Additamentum Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Four more Additamenta were to follow, the last one appearing in 1597. He also had a keen interest and formed a fine collection of coins, medals and antiques, and this resulted in the book originals of his maps in these days are popular collector's items.

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