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        Imperatoris Justiniani Volumen, ut peculiari vocabulo vocant: juris totius civilis velut colophon ac complementum: que sequuntur complectens: Librum authenticorum, in novem collationes distinctum, Tres posteriores libros Codicis, Libros duos feudorum, Constitutionis Frederici secundi imperatoris, Extravagantes duos Henrici septimi imperatoris, Tractatum de pace Constantie

      Ex inclyta Parrhisiorum Lutetia [i.e.,Paris]: apud Claudium Chevallonium [printed by Louis Blaubloom], 1529. Printed throughout in red and black, title with printer's device within elaborate metal-cut criblé border, numerous criblé initials throughout, and one large metal cut at p. [12] showing the Emperor Justinian in Council. [6], 104; 64; 38 ff. 1 vols. Folio. 378 x 265 mm. Twentieth-century vellum and endpapers. Fine, immaulate copy. A Rare Justinuan, 1529 Very rare and beautiful printing by Chevallon of this section (usually referred to as the Novellae constitutiones) of the Corpus Juris Civilis. Only one copy (in Utrecht) is located by OCLC; no copies at all are to be found in American institutions. The notable large, fine metal cut showing Justinian with his justices in Council,  while two dogs play at their feet, was used by B. Rembolt in his 1505 edition of Justinian; "this block occurs in the Gering and Rembolt edition of 1503 ... and was probably cut for their first edition, 1499. It was used in 1511 in an edition printed by Rembolt alone ... and passed to André Bocard, who used it in editions printed for Jean Petit ... It appears also in Bocard editions of the NOVELLAE CONSTITUTIONES (1511, for Jean Bonhomme. Jean Petit, and Thielman Kerver)." - Mortimer.

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        Paedologia... in puerorum usum conscripta & aucta. Dialogi XXXVII. - Christoph HEGENDORFF (1500-1540). Dialogi pueriles…XII lepidi aeque ac docti

      Strassburg: 1529. 8vo (148 x 96 mm). [40] leaves. Italic and roman type. White-on-black criblé initial. Nice copy (occasional light fingersoiling). Nineteenth-century olive polished morocco gilt, double blind fillet panel on sides with gold-tooled fleurons at corners and central stamped entrelac cartouche, turn-ins gilt, gilt edges, by Capé (slight wear to joints and head and tail of spine). A few early marginal notes.*** Two popular humanist pedagogical works. The brilliant and sickly Hellenist Peter Schade, rector of Leipzig University by the age of 27, argued that Greek and Hebrew should be on an equal footing with Latin in the teaching of theological studies. He wrote these dialogues for schoolboys to teach them Latin rhetoric. The studious duos (Gaspar & Modestus, Pandulus & Petrus, Rhaphael & Servatius, et al.) discuss topics of interest to their readers: next semester's classes (De authoribus proximo semestri in schola praelegendis), vacation (De vindemia & aucupio), birthdays and birthday presents (De natali celebrando, de receptis pecuniis), drinking, eating, hangovers and shows. The 20-year old Hegendorff wrote his own entertaining dialogues along the same lines for his pupils at St. Nicholas school in Leipzig. The two works were published together from 1520 and were true 16th-century best-sellers, over 45 editions being recorded. Most are now rare. Of this edition VD-16 records only the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek copy. Not in Buisson, and no copies in America.

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        Drey hundert Gemeyner Sprichworter, der wir Deutschen vns gebrauchen, vnd doch nicht wissen woher sie kommen [und:] Das Ander teyl gemeiner Deutscher sprichwörter, mit yhrer auslegung, hat funffthalb hundert newer wörtter.

      Hagenau, Johann Setzer (I) & Erfurt, Melchior Sachse (II) 1529. 8vo. 11 Bll.nnum., 184 Bll.num.; 12 Bll.nnum., CLXXV Bll. Mit zwei Holzschnitt-Titelbordüren. Kalblederband des 18. Jahrhunderts (etwas berieben, Ecken und Kapitale bestossen).. Seltene erste Ausgabe der ersten deutschen Sprichwörtersammlung zusammen mit einer Ausgabe des zweiten Teils aus dem gleichen Jahr. Die Sammlung wurde zusammengestellt von Johann Agricola (1494-1566), der bereits 1517 zu Luthers Schülern gezählt hatte und ab 1525 in seiner Heimatstadt Eisleben Pfarrer und Schulleiter war. Vorbild der für den Schulgebrauch verfassten Sammlung waren unter anderem die lateinisch-humanistischen "Adagia" des Erasmus, so wird wie bei diesen jedes Sprichwort von einem Kommentar begleitet, doch nahm Agricola ausschließlich Sprichwörter deutschen Ursprungs auf, veranlasst durch das neuerwachte Interesse an der Umgangssprache des Volkes unter dem Eindruck der Reformation. Die zunächst 300 Sprichwörter der ersten Ausgabe von 1529 wuchsen im Lauf der Zeit auf 750 an und dienten u.a. als Vorlage der Sprichwörtersammlung Sebastian Francks. - Vorsatz mit längerer Eintragung, Titel mit Nummer am oberen Rand, teilweise etwas wasserrandig, sonst kaum fleckig und gut erhalten. - VD 16, A 956 & 955; Benzing, Hagenau 82, 97; von Hase 827; Index Aureliensis 101.608 & 101.607; Sander L. Gilman. Die Sprichwörtersammlungen, Band II, S. 319 ff. Nr. E1 & D2..

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        Libri de re rustica M. Catonis, M. Terentii Varronis, M. Iunii Moderati Columelle, Palladii Rutilii : quorum summam pagina sequens indicabit [avec] Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, in Somnium Scipionis M. Tulii Ciceronis Libri duo, Et Saturnaliorum Lib. VII. Cum scholiis & indicibus Ascensianis [avec] De die Natali. Censorini opusculum, de die natali, ad Q. Cerellium

      First Paris edition Venundantur Iodoco Badio Ascensio [Josse Bade] S.l. [Paris] 1529 et 1524 pour les deux textes suivants in-Folio (20,5x31,5cm) A6 A8 a-t8 v6 x8 et Aa6 ?4 A-O8 et Aa10 relié

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        L'AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto & emendato.

      Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529.THIRD EDITION 1529, Italian text. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, title page with ornamental border and woodcut vignette portrait of Dante in profile, pages: (16), 124 (i.e. 248, numbered on rectos only), colophon to final leaf, bound in full antique calf, rebacked, blind rules to covers and spine, gilt title to spine. Covers and corners slightly worn, lower corner of upper cover worn with small loss of leather, slight shelf wear to edges, title page age - browned and image slightly rubbed, 2 inscriptions in blank borders of title page reading 'Caroli Gasidi Medici Doctoris' and 'Di Antonio Lorenzo Addi otto Ottobre MDLXXX', intermittent pale brown staining to margins mostly affecting first 40 leaves, couple of small ink marks to 1 page, no loss of text, worm track in inner margin of last 14 leaves, just partially affecting 5 letters in total, no loss of legibility, all neatly repaired with Archival Document Repair tape. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce 16th century printing. Dante composed his Convivio which is unfinished in the early years of the 14th century and it first appeared in print in Florence in 1490. The work is the fullest expression of his philosophical thought, taking the form of a commentary on 4 of his Canzoni, originally intended to include 14 of them. The commentary embodies the expression of a range of ideas on ethics, politics, and metaphysics, as well as containing extended discussion of philosophy itself. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        West Qing ancient Kam(Chinese Edition) XI QING GU JIAN

      hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover Pages Number: 500 West Qing ancient Kam is a large spectrum recorded in a recorded Qing court the possession of the ancient bronzes. money recorded a total of 40 volumes. Appendix 16. The collectors weeks Tang Dynasty bronzes of 1529 (including bronze mirrors). to the Shang and Zhou Yi device. The Xiqing ancient Kam follow the example of the archaeological map. Vision and Bogut map style Edge Series Part. The book every device to draw a diagram. and after the regular script. Departm... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        L'AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto & emendato

      Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529.. THIRD EDITION 1529, Italian text. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, title page with ornamental border and woodcut vignette portrait of Dante in profile, pages: (16), 124 (i.e. 248, numbered on rectos only), colophon to final leaf, bound in full antique calf, rebacked, blind rules to covers and spine, gilt title to spine. Covers and corners slightly worn, lower corner of upper cover worn with small loss of leather, slight shelf wear to edges, title page age-browned and image slightly rubbed, 2 inscriptions in blank borders of title page reading 'Caroli Gasidi Medici Doctoris' and 'Di Antonio Lorenzo Addi otto Ottobre MDLXXX', intermittent pale brown staining to margins mostly affecting first 40 leaves, couple of small ink marks to 1 page, no loss of text, worm track in inner margin of last 14 leaves, just partially affecting 5 letters in total, no loss of legibility, all neatly repaired with Archival Document Repair tape. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce 16th century printing. Dante composed his Convivio which is unfinished in the early years of the 14th century and it first appeared in print in Florence in 1490. The work is the fullest expression of his philosophical thought, taking the form of a commentary on 4 of his Canzoni, originally intended to include 14 of them. The commentary embodies the expression of a range of ideas on ethics, politics, and metaphysics, as well as containing extended discussion of philosophy itself. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Albini Caroli illius magni olim praeceptoris, in Genesim quaestiones, a Menrado Molthero restitutae.

      Hagenau, Johannes Secerius, März 1529.. Erste Ausgabe. Kl.-8vo. A-H8: (64) Bl. Blatt E1 mit einem restaurierten Einriß. Die ersten Lagen mit einer Quetschfalte. Gewaltig verschnörkelte zeitgenössische Unterschrift auf dem letzten Blatt. Späterer Pappband. Alkuin von York (ca. 730 - 804), ab 782 Leiter der Hofschule Karls des Großen in Aachen, einer der maßgeblichen Förderer der karolingischen Renaissance und einflußreichsten Ratgeber des Kaisers.Beim Herausgeber, Menrad Molther (1505-1553), handelt es sich um einen aus Augsburg gebürtigen Humanisten und Reformator, der einige mittelalterliche Texte edierte, auch aus dem Griechischen ins Latein übersetzte und vornehmlich in Heilbronn unterrichtete. Der einleitende Widmungsbrief ist an Laurentius Truchses von Bomersfelden gerichtet. Jöcher nennt Molther einen "deutschen Criticus und Poete" (III, 604). Gefunden hat Molther die Alkuin-Manuskripte in der Stiftsbibliothek Neuhausen bei Worms.VD16 A-1692; Adams A-638. Bordüre: Heitz, Elsässische Büchermarken, Tafel LXIX, Nr. 2..

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        LA SOFONISBA

      Vicenza, per Tolomeo Ianiculo, 1529. In-16 gr. (mm. 187x133), mz. pelle novecentesca, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con filetti e tit. oro, 52 cc.nn., testo in carattere corsivo, dedica dell'autore a Papa Leone Decimo. Stampata nel bellissimo, inimitabile carattere corsivo di Janicolo (con l?'adozione delle lettere greche omega ed epsilon), è questa la prima tragedia italiana di stretta imitazione classica, composta secondo le regole di Aristotele. Fu scritta a Roma tra il 1514 e il 1515, stampata nel 1524 e rappresentata soltanto nel 1556. L?'autore (Vicenza, 1478 - Roma,1550) segue diligentemente il racconto di Livio e, come osserva l?'unità di luogo e d?'azione, così introduce i cori al modo dei tragici greci. L?'importanza di quest?'opera pone il Trissino tra i letterati più innovatori della nostra letteratura (così Diz. Opere Bompiani,VI, p. 810). Terza edizione, molto rara. Cfr. Gamba,1710 (note) - Brunet,V,953. Alone margin. sulle ultime 8 cc., altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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        Quintus Tomus Operum. Complectens XXII libros, de civitate dei, diligenter recognitos per eruditissimum uirum Io. Lodovicum Viuem, non paucis adiectis per Des Erasmum Roterodamum ex co dice Longobardicis literis descripto. WITH: Sextus Tomus Operum. Continens la polemica, hoc est, decertationes adversus haereses praecipue Iudaeorum, Manichaeorum, Priscillianistarum, Origenistarum, Arianorum, & Jouiniani.

      Basel, Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius 1529/1528. 2 volumes in 1 binding, 491, 607 p. Contemporary, richly blindstamped, Pigskin over wooden boards with clasps, ribbed back with title, Folio (with inscription on first endpaper, dated 1531: gift from prior Joh. Steudlin to the library of his monastry Columbacensis (=Kulmbach in Bavaria), one side of the upper spine-end torn. The famous humanist, Desiderius Erasmus (1469-1536), was one of the first to prepare an edition of the Complete Works of Augustine. Besides correcting errors in the previous edition, Erasmus added his own observations).

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        Ein Regiment: wie man sich vor der newen Plage, der Englische Schweyss genant bewaren unnd so man damit ergriffen wirdt, darynn halten sol / durch Euricium Cordum / der Artzney Doctorem und Prof. zu Marpurg.

      - Nürnberg, bey, Peypus, 1529, 4°, 8 nn. Bll. (l.w.), regliert und rubriziert; flex. Pergamenteinband. "Rrapidly fatal viral infectious disease appeared in England in 1485, persisted for the summer months and disappeared as winter approached. This pattern of infection re-appeared in 1508, 1517, 1528, and finally 1551. The epidemic never returned. It had no respect for wealth or rank, and predominantly attacked males between the ages of 15 and 45 years. The incubation period was frighteningly short and the outcome normally fatal. The symptoms of acute respiratory disease and copious sweating were characteristic, providing the name 'the English sweating disease'. It was never in the big league of killer epidemics, such as plague and influenza, but its pockets of instant lethality in communities gave it a special ranking of horror. The infective cause of this disease remained a total mystery until it was compared with Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) in 1994." by Bridson, Eric English 'sweate' (Sudor Anglicus) and Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome, The British Journal of Biomedical Science, 2001 - - Euricus Cordus (1486-1537) was a Professor of Medicine at the University of Marburg and municipal physician in Bremen; this book was the first medical book published from the new University in Marburg. He is also known for his 13 volumes of neo-Latin epigrams, which mark him as one of the genre's most significant representatives in the 16th century. - - "Das "Regiment" des Euricius Cordus ist unter den bekannten Marburger Frühdrucken die älteste medizinische Schrift. Zur Veröffentlichung kam es aus aktuellem Anlaß: Im Sommer 1529 griff der "Englische Schweiß", eine bis dahin nur auf England (und selbst in Schottland und Irland nicht aufgetretene) Epidemie, erstmalig auch auf den europäischen Kontinent Uber. Das Hauptsymptom dieser Krankheit bestand in Übelriechenden Schweißausbrüchen, denen Schüttelfrost und rasch ansteigendes Fieber vorausgingen; sie führte in vielen Fällen zum Tode, konnte aber andererseits bei richtiger Therapie rasch zum Abklingen gebracht werden. Als sie sich von Norddeutschland aus immer weiter ausbereitete und Ende August 1529 auch Hessen bedrohte, bat der landgräfliche Kammersekretär Johann Raw von Nordeck Euricius Cordus, eine zur landesweiten Verbreitung bestimmte Schrift Über die Seuche, ihre Vorbeugung und Heilung zu verfassen. Drei Tage später hatte dieser das gewünschte Werk beendet, und nach zwei weiteren Tagen lag auch der Druck fertig vor." - Euricius wendet sich an Bürgermeister und Rat der Stadt Marburg "sampt allen vntersassen des Furstenthums zu Hessen." Er beschreibt die Krankheit als "eyn schnei ynwendig vergifftig fieber / aus bösem blut des hertzen vnd vberiger verstoreter feuchtung des vmbringenden hertze(n)schreyns aus bösem vnnd vergifftigtem lufft geursacht." Die allgemeine Vergiftung des Körpers greife so rasch um sich, daß es nicht einmal mehr wie bei der Pest zur Beulenbildung komme. Zur Vorbeugung empfiehlt er bestimmte Arzneien, deren Zusammensetzung er im einzelnen angibt. Wer von der Krankheit ergriffen wird, soll sich unverzüglich zu Bett legen und kräftig schwitzen, jedoch nach Möglichkeit ohne die eher schädlichen Feder- oder Pelzdecken. Im Übrigen soll der Kranke "ym ersten anstoß nit zu sehr erschrecken / Denn wilche ein solch regiment gehalte(n) haben / seind meistlich alle auffgestanden." - Dem Marburger Erstdruck vom 4. September 1529 folgten aus Rhodes Offizin in wenigen Tagen zwei Neudrucke. Von ihnen ist der eine auf den 10. September 1529 datiert, der andere dagegen nur mit einer Jahreszahl versehen. Beide haben eine an den obengenannten Kammersekretär Raw von Nordeck gerichtete Nachschrift, in der Euricius u.a. einen inzwischen eingetretenen Heilungserfolg mitteilt. - Auch außerhalb Marburgs fand die Schrift lebhaftes Interesse. Insgesamt sind fünf Nachdrucke aus Augsburg, Nürnberg (2), Tübingen und Straßburg bekannt, alle aus dem Jahr 1529. - Marburg scheint von . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vier Bucher Der Ritterschafft. Zu Dem Aller Durchleuchtigesten Grossmachtigesten Fursten Und Herzen Herrn Maximilian Romischen Kaiser Loblicher Gedactnus

      Augsburg: Steiner, 1529. First Edition Thus. Vellum. Fine. 4to - over 9¾. Book. 121 full-page woodcut illustrations, plus two half-page woodcuts and title page illustration, for a total of 124. 100 unnumbered leaves (leaves Miii & Miiii apparently provided from another edition) + 3 leaves from an unrelated work bound in at the end. Lipperheide 2043. Not in Adams. Extra leaves appear to be from 1527 Steiner edition. Cf Adams V339. Later vellum by Bouillet, gilt spine. Yapp edges. All edges gilt. Title within woodcut border with half-page pictorial woodcut vignette. Covers bowed. Minor foxing, soiling and browning. A few minor marginal tears. Overall, tight and generally fresh and sound internally.

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        Compendiosum examen.

      Cracow per Mathiam Scharfenbergk 1529 - 8vo. ff. 16. Gothic letter, Roman letter at colophon, rubricated throughout, verso of t.p. with woodcut of Christ on the Cross, verso of last with woodcut of St. Stanislaw, Bishop of Cracow. Light age yellowing, small oil splash to lower margin, a good clean copy in later pink marbled wrappers, Ms ex libris at head of t.p. ‘1534’, contemporary annotations throughout. EARLY POPULAR WORK FROM POLAND A compendium of Christian belief, listing and describing the seven sacraments and their administration, and the ten commandments, which make way for the largest portion of the pamphlet, listing in detail different degrees of sin, and different manifestations of the seven deadly sins (Gluttony, for instance, has five branches: ineptitude, buffoonery, sloppiness, loquaciousness, and sluggishness of feeling). The book ends with an overview of the computation of Easter from the lunar calendar, and lists controversies that have arisen from these calculations. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera, nunc demum a clarissimis iuxta & reuditis uiris latinitate donate, iam ucro ordine iusto, & studio exquisitio re in lucem recens edita. Quibus, ut solidae ueraeq medicinae, non poenitendam operam olim indulsisse iuuabit.

      Basel: Andream Cratandrum, 1529 Thick folio, 320 x 201cm, contemporary blind stamped vellum over boards, head of spine skilfully repaired, pp.(64) + 553 + (1) colophon + (2) with woodcut printers device to verso of final leaf and to title, the first page of text printed with historiated woodcut border signed I F, woodcut initials to chapter openings, neat annotations in ink in the margins throughout nearly all the leaves in a contemporary hand, unidentified early ownership in ink in the upper right blank margin of the title, title skilfully remargined at an early period, 19th century library stamp of Birmingham Hospital Library on title and throughout the book in blank lower margins, some soiling and damp stains, engraved armorial bookplate of Johnstone to inner board, a large copy with wide margins.Wellcome Library, no.2511. National Library of Medicine, no. 1784. Van der Haeghen, Bibli.Erasmiana, 27. Not in Adams, Cambridge Libraries. See Printing & the Mind of Man, no.33.Provenance1. Early ownership in ink on title.2. Johnstone, armorial bookplate, either Edward Johnstone [1757-1851], physician, first President of the provincial Medical & Surgical Association, one of the original physicians of the Birmingham General Hospital; or his brother John Johnstone [1768-1836] physician at the General Hospital. Gifted to3. Birmingham General Hospital, founded 1779, whose books were gifted to4. Birmingham Medical Institute Library, founded 1875First edition of this early printing of Galen?s medical works, edited by Andreas Leenius, includes three texts translated by Erasmus, and texts by Thomas Linacre, William Koch, Nic.Leonicenus of Vicenza, Antonius Fortolus, as well as Latin versions of Hippocrates; Aphorismi and Prognostica. Our copy is annotated throughout in ink in a contemporary humanist hand, the annotations extending to virtually every page of the book and the annotations are entirely untrimmed. It was later owned by an 18th century physician who gifted it to his hospital.Taking Hippocrates? notions of the humours and pathology, Galen incorporated the anatomical knowledge of noted Alexandrians such as Herophilus of Chalcedon (335-280 B.C.E.). A supporter of observation and reasoning, he was one of the first experimental physiologists, researching the function of the kidneys and the spinal cord in controlled experiments. Galen?s works in many ways came to symbolize Greek medicine to the medical scholars of Europe and the Middle East for the next fifteen centuries. His message of observation and experimentation were largely lost, however, and his theories became dogma throughout the West. In the mid-16th century, however, his message that observation and investigation were required for through medical research began to emerge, and modern methods of such research finally arose."Galen [AD 130-201] was the most voluminous of all ancient medical writers. For nearly fifteen hundred years his authority was unassailable...His disciples throughout the centuries disregarded his work as an experimentalist, but admired him as a philosopher and regarded his works as infallible dogma...He wrote in Greek, but his works were early translated into Arabic, thence into Hebrew and Latin and thus reached the West." PMM

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        La Sophonisba del Trissino.

      1529 - Vicenza per Tolomeo Ianiculo nel 1529 di Maggio. In 4to (cm. 19,8); legatura del Cinquecento in pergamena molle con il titolo manoscritto al piatto anteriore. Tolomeo Ianiculo (ma Zanetti, Bartolomeo) Camaldoli 1520; Firenze 1514-1524; Roma; Venezia 1535-1548; Tipografo di Casterzago (Castrezzato) presso Brescia, attivo a Firenze, Camaldoli e Venezia, verso il 1487, iniziò l'attività lavorando a Firenze per i Giunta, poi si mise in proprio. Nel 1520 stampò a Camaldoli per conto del Monastero. Trasferitosi a Venezia, vi restò fino al 1541, quando tornò a Firenze, dove collaborò con Anton Francesco Doni. Rientrato a Venezia, vi lavorò sia come tipografo che come copista di testi greci; fu attivo anche a Vicenza, dove stampò soprattutto opere di Gian Giorgio Trissino sotto lo pseudonimo, scelto dallo stesso Trissino, di Tolomeo Ianiculo. Axs [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Rommant de La Rose

      - .nouvellement Reveu et corrigé oultre les precedentes Impressions. On le vend à Paris par Galliot du Pré Libraire. 1529. In-12 en maroquin XVIIIème,triple filet doré sur les plats, fleurons aux angles, dos à 5 nerfs avec caissons fleuris, pièce de titre, tranches dorées. Traduction de Clément Marot. 8 ff. préliminaires. 403 ff. chiffrés, 1 f. non chiffré, 51 vignettes en 1er tirage. Première et rarissime édition en lettres rondes. Bon état. Coins très légèrement frottés. Mors fragiles. Court de marge dans le haut du texte.

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        Practica...gemacht auff Europen, anzufahen in dem nechstkunfftigen Dreyssigsten Jar, Biss auff das Vier und Dreyssigst nachuolgend

      Large woodcut on title. 8 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, modern black morocco in the Jansenist style by Laurenchet. [Nuremberg: F. Peypus, 1529]. A variant printing of the first edition of Paracelsus' second printed work; all books by this author printed during his lifetime are of the greatest rarity. The printing recorded by Sudhoff -- with the same place and printer -- contains six printed leaves; our copy has eight leaves. In Sudhoff 2, the Practica ends on A4v and the "An die Astronomos" occupies B1r-B2r; in our copy the Practica ends on the top of B2v with the "An die Astronomos" occupying the rest of B2r-B4r. The copy in the Wellcome Library is identical to our example. In this slender work, Paracelsus demonstrates his skill in astrological forecasts. It was a very successful book with at least five printings in 1529 and 1530 (including Nuremberg, Augsburg, and Strasbourg). See Sudhoff for a lengthy description of the woodcut on the title-page. Very good copy. Final leaf with a repaired hole affecting about three words. Sudhoff 2­(variant not known to him). Zinner 1387­(issue not determined). This variant unknown to VD16. .

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        L' Amoroso convivio di Dante con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto & emendato

      Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino 1529 Dante, Alighieri. Venice Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529. Terza edizione. In - 8° piccolo, pieno vitello anticato, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo in oro. Frontespizio con bordo ornamentale e xilografia vignetta ritratto di Dante di profilo, pagine: (16), 124 (vale a dire 248, numerata solo su Recto), colophon nel foglio finale. Ottimo esemplare. Scheda provvisoria.

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        L'AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto & emendato.

      Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529.THIRD EDITION, 1529, Italian text. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, title page with ornamental border and woodcut vignette portrait of Dante in profile, pages: (16), 124 (i.e. 248, numbered on rectos only), colophon to final leaf, bound in full antique calf, rebacked, blind rules to covers and spine, gilt title to spine. Covers and corners slightly worn, lower corner of upper cover worn with small loss of leather, slight shelf wear to edges, title page age - browned and image slightly rubbed, 2 inscriptions in blank borders of title page reading 'Caroli Gasidi Medici Doctoris' and 'Di Antonio Lorenzo Addi otto Ottobre MDLXXX', intermittent pale brown staining to margins mostly affecting first 40 leaves, couple of small ink marks to 1 page, no loss of text, worm track in inner margin of last 14 leaves, just partially affecting 5 letters in total, no loss of legibility, all neatly repaired with Archival Document Repair tape. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce 16th century printing. Dante composed his Convivio which is unfinished in the early years of the 14th century and it first appeared in print in Florence in 1490. The work is the fullest expression of his philosophical thought, taking the form of a commentary on 4 of his Canzoni, originally intended to include 14 of them. The commentary embodies the expression of a range of ideas on ethics, politics, and metaphysics, as well as containing extended discussion of philosophy itself. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Aeneis Virgiliana

      Lyons:: J. Crespin,, 1529. Hardcover. Acceptable. FIRST CRESPIN LYONS EDITION. Part 2 of 2 only. Small folio. CCCCCC pp. LACKING pp. CXV-CXVIII [2 leaves] and [dagger]1-8, 8 leaves after the Register. Printer's fleur-de-lis device on the title page, numerous woodcut initials throughout, index, the text of Virgil's Aeneid surrounded by commentary, text and commentary each printed in a different size of roman type, 133 woodcut illustrations (most half or 3/4 page); for the most part the pages are clean and unmarked, although there are a few pages where the text has been smudged with contemporary brown ink, with the effect of a modern highlighter, also 23 of the woodcuts have been marked, perhaps by an Inquisitor?, who has covered up the women's breasts with contemporary brown ink, pages CXLV-CLX are torn in a nearly vertical line from the top margin affecting 4 woodcuts, early paper repairs to the tears without loss of text or illustrations. Later (late nineteenth- or early twentieth-century?) quarter beige linen spine, blue paper over boards, printed paper spine label; binding square and tight, light shelf wear, spine label chipped. 2 bookplates on the front paste down, including that of Dr. Theo. A. H. M. Dobbelmann (1906-1987), Dutch collector. Also, an ink notation on front free end-paper "Bt. Sotheby's London, May 1974." Sold AS IS. This is the second part of two of the Opera Virgiliana, edited by J. Badius Ascensius, and printed by J. Crespin in Lyons which contained the complete text of the Aeneid. The important woodcut blocks in this volume were originally designed for Johan Gruninger's Strasbourg Virgil (1502). The Strasbourg edition contained two hundred and seven woodcuts and was one of the most lavishly illustrated of classical texts. The blocks were passed around to several printers, and by the time they came to Crespin, some of the blocks had split, and they "show[ed] considerable wear; some, lost or discarded, have been replaced by repetition of other scenes." Mortimer. The Harvard copy was expurgated by the Inquisition, and this copy may have received similar treatment. According to A. W. Pollard, Fine Books, p. 112, Gruninger's Virgil "is crowded with wonderful pictures, in which on the very eve of the Renaissance Virgil is thoroughly medievalized." The woodcuts in this volume give wonderful examples the ancient refugee of Troy, Aeneas, set in late medieval landscapes depicting the later culture, dress, warfare, and more. Mortimer, French Sixteenth-Century Books, No. 538. Please contact me for additional images, shipping costs, or other queries.

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        Opus Epistolarum

      Basel: Froben, 1529. Basel: Froben, 1529. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Good Condition. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Early full calf, hinges cracked but coards largely holding. Title soiled, mild but persistent marginal waterstains throughout. Early marginalia scattered throughout. Colophon leaf at rear with Froben's device with a repair to the lower portion of the leaf, not touching the text. An expanded edition of the collected letters of Erasmus, the variant without Nicolaus Episcopius in the colophon.(viii), 1010, (2)pp. Adams E856.& & H.W. Garrod wrote: 'As a document of the history of the times the Letters have primary importance. Yet they are to be valued, ultimately, not as they enable us to place Erasmus in history, but as they help us to disengage him from it, to redeem him out of history into literature, placing him where, in truth, he longed to be. Not the Folly nor the Colloquies but the Letters, are his best piece of literature." Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; Religion & Theology. Inventory No: 044724.

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        Theologie Missale ad usuz Cistercien ordinis. Venit Parisiis in Intersigniis lilii aurei [Girault]/ Pellicani [Petit] Leonis argentei [Marnef] necno Cratis ferree [Prevost] vici diui Jacobi.

      Paris, Ambroise Gerault / Enguilbert de Marnef / Jean Petit / Prevost, 1529.. Oktav. Mit Titelholzschnitt, 3 blattgroßen sowie zahlreichen kleineren, teils sich wiederholenden Textholzschnitten und Initialen. Regliert, gedruckt in Rot und Schwarz, mit zahlreichen Musiknoten. 115 nummerierte Blatt, 1 nicht nummeriertes Blatt; 162 (recte 160) Seiten (Bogenzählung: a8 - o8, p4; A8 - K8). Zweispaltig; 35- bzw. 43-zeilig. (Vorgebunden sind zwei, nachgebunden drei handschriftliche Blatt mit weiteren liturgischen Texten späterer Hände). Reich verzierter Kalbsledereinband des späteren 16. Jahrhunderts.. Prächtig ausgestattetes Zisterzienser-Missale in einem von hoher künstlerischer Gestaltungsfähigkeit zeugenden französischen Meistereinband. - Pettegree/ Walsby S. 702, # 68156; Adams L 1231, Weale/ Bohatta S. 301, # 1765. Helwig I. S. 38; Salzbrunn S. 67 und vgl. Salzbrunn Abb. 64, 67, 68, 69 mit Beschreibungen. - Neben kirchlichen Zentren hatten auch Hauptklöster von Orden wie Cluny und Citeaux eigene Meßordnungen, die dann für den ganzen Orden galten (siehe Buchberger VII, 449 f.). Das vorliegende Missale enthält die Texte der Gebete, Gesänge und Lesungen für Meßfeiern in zisterziensischen Klöstern zur Zeit des frühen 16. Jahrhunderts. Der Eigenritus der Zisterzienser geht auf den Wunsch der Gründer des Ordens zurück, das monastische Leben neu zu ordnen und von Verkrustungen zu befreien. Dabei orientierten sie sich an den benediktinischen Gebräuchen des ausgehenden 11. Jahrhunderts, die sie im Kloster Molesme kennengelernt hatten, und bereicherten auch den Ritus der Eucharistiefeier mit Eigenelementen und lokalen Traditionen. Ziel war es, Liturgie und Ordensregeln in Einklang zu bringen. Eine Weiterentwicklung der Riten erfolgte immer wieder durch teilweise einschneidende Reformen, die die geistigen Strömungen der Zeit wiederspiegeln. Das Konzil von Trient (1545 - 63) bestätigte die Zulässigkeit des Eigenrechts der Klöster, obwohl zu dieser Zeit viele Priestermönche den römischen Ritus mit gewissen Adaptionen dem eigenen zisterziensischen vorzogen. - Zur Ausstattung: Der Stil des vorliegenden Einbandes legt eine französische Herkunft aus der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts nahe. Der typische Formenreichtum der Schmuckverzierungen sowie "die differenzierte und geschmackvolle Farbgebung" weisen auf den hohen Stand der französischen Buchkultur hin (Salzbrunn, S. 67). Vorder- und Hinterdeckel sind übereinstimmend: Zwei grün und weiß gelackte Bänder, die von Goldlinien eingefaßt werden, bilden ein rechteckiges Rahmenwerk. Im Inneren des Rechtecks beschreibt ein grün gelacktes, ebenfalls mit Goldlinien eingefaßtes Band einen jeweils alle vier Ecken einfassenden, angedeuteten Viertelkreis. Im Inneren dieser identisch gestalteten Viertelkreise setzt sich das farbige Bandwerkgefüge ornamentierend fort, verbunden mit gold eingefaßten, grün und weiß gelacktem Rankenwerk und Arabesken. Das Zentrum des Rechtecks beherrscht ein ebenfalls mit grün gelacktem Bandwerk eingefaßtes Oval, das die an den Ecken angeordneten Viertelkreise berührt. Wie dort setzt sich das grüne Bandwerk zusammen mit grün und weiß gelackten und goldeingefaßten Arabesken und dem Rankenwerk im Inneren fort. Die reiche Anordnung der Ornamente des Ovals ist dabei von der Mitte aus betrachtet sowohl in der Horizontalen als auch in der Vertikalen spiegelgleich. Den verbleibenden Hintergrund ziert eine Goldpunktgrundierung. Die beschriebenen Schmuckelemente heben sich fast plastisch vom hellbraunen Kalbslederband, wo dieser frei geblieben ist, ab. Die Stehkanten zeigen Goldlinien, abwechselnd schräg schraffiert und als Einzellinie in angedeuteten Segmenten. Der Rücken ist - obwohl dies kaum sichtbar ist - wohl in passendem Stil erneuert. Wie bei französischen Renaissanceeinbänden nicht unüblich, wird der gesamte Rücken als Schmuckfläche behandelt. Stilistisch paßt sich dabei die Rückenverzierung der Gestaltung der Deckel an, wobei die Vergoldung - auch das ist typisch - reicher als bei den Deckeln ist. (siehe Helwig a.a.O.). Einzelne Ornamente sind sparsam mit grüner und weißer Lackfarbe gefaßt. Die sich teilweise wiederholenden Muster und Ornamente sind in 11 Felder geteilt und durch blindgeprägte Goldlinien abgegrenzt. Für die Einteilung des Buchrückens sind dabei nicht die Bünde maßgebend, was nicht typisch ist. Der umlaufende Goldschnitt zeigt ein gepunztes Rankenwerk. - Ausstattung im Inneren: Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt die Abendmahlszene; es folgen blattgroße Darstellungen von König David (vor Fol I) und der Kreuzigung (Fol. 87 verso) und einem dritten blattfüllenden Holzschnitt, der vier in einem Bild gefaßte Szenen wiedergibt, die Jesus mit den Jüngern, Engel und Heilige, den Papst mit dem Klerus und die heilige Gottesmutter darstellen (Fol. 116 verso). Die große Zahl der kleineren Holzschnitte und der Initialen sind teilweise besonders detailreich und fein und stellen so kleine Miniaturmeisterwerke dar. - Etwas berieben; Kapitale mit kleinen Einrissen; Ecken gestaucht. Teilweise fleckig (Vorsätze und Spiegel stärker, manche Seiten mit leichtem Wasserrand); 1. Blatt (mit handschriftlichen liturgischen Texten) fast lose.

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        Ain Regiment Wie man sich vor der neuen plage, der Englische Schwaiß genannt, unnd so man damit ergriffen wirdt, darjn halten soll.

      [Marburg?, 1529].. 8 Bll. Mit einer Holzschnittinitiale. Buntpapierbroschur. 4to.. Bibliographisch nicht nachweisbarer Druck über die im selben Jahr erstmals in Deutschland aufgetretene Seuche. Die Ursache dieser auch als "sudor anglicus" bekannten Erkrankung, die in den älteren deutschen Literatur oftmals mit der Pest gleichgesetzt wird, "remained a total mystery until it was it was compared with Hantavirus pulmonary syndrome (HPS) in 1994 [...] [It] predominantly attacked males between the ages of 15 and 45 years. The incubation period was frighteningly short and the outcome normally fatal [...] its pockets of instant lethality in communities gave it a special ranking of horror" (PMID, nach Br J Biomed Sci. 2001;58(1):1-6). - Der Verfasser war Professor für Medizin an der Universität in Marburg und Stadtarzt in Bremen; seinen "Nachruhm verdankt er indes den 13 Büchern seiner lateinischen Epigramme, die ihn als einen der bedeutendsten Vertreter dieser literarischen Gattung im 16. Jahrhundert ausweisen" (DBE). - Mit zahlreichen Marginalien von zeitgenössischer Hand. Schönes, kaum gebräuntes Exemplar. - Vgl. VD 16, C 5097-5104 (8 verschiedene Drucke, nicht identisch mit unserem). Durling 1024. Wellcome I, 1588. Hirsch/H. II, 107.

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        Liber aureus, ab ipsis practicis non parum desideratiis : regulas cancellarie apostolice (seu potius constitutiones et ordinationes papales) articulatim complectens...cui adjiciuntur Regule etiam apostolice cancellarie Julii pape secundi... cui adjiciuntur Regule etiam apostolice cancellarie Julii pape secundi... adduntur insuper hiis regulis constitutiones seu ordinationes sanctissimi nostri pape Clementis septimi...

      Paris, Jehan Petit, 1529.. 16 x 10 cm, 114 fol + 9 f. index alphabetique, bien complet (malgre l'erreur de pagination fol. xlii) pet. restaurat. angul.au fol. ix, lettrines, page de titre avec la marque typographique de Jehan Petit. Plein maroquin, dos a 5 nerfs orne de trilobes a froid, dentelle doree en bordures, un mors fendu en tete du premier plat, coiffes et coins uses, mouill. claire marg. a plusieurs ff., travail de vers marg. sans atteinte au texte (sf minime a 16 p.).. Le premier reglement de la chancellerie pontificale contenu dans ce volume est celui du pape Innocent VIII. . Emballages soignes, expedition rapide. Photographies originales du livre visibles sur librairie-solstices .

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        Der Richterlich Clagspiegel: Eyn Nutzlicher Begriff, Wie man Setze[n].

      1529. The German Reception of Roman Law Brant, Sebastian [1457-1521], Editor. Der Richterlich Clagspiegel: Eyn Nutzlicher Begriff, Wie man Setze[n] und Formieren Sol Nach Ordnung der Rechten, Eyn Yede Klag, Antwort, Und Ausssprechene Urteylen, Gezogen Auss Geystlichen und Weltlichen Rechte[n]. Da Durch sich ein Yed[en] Ersey Clager, Antworter, Od Richter un Recht Geschickt Machen, Dasseluben, Brauchen, Un[en] Dargeg[en] vor Unrechter That, Ansechtung, Unnd Furnmen Verhuten Mag. Mit Mererm Fleiss Wider Durchsichtiget, Und von Neuwem zum Theyl Gebessert. [Haguenau: In Verlegung Pauli Gotzen, 1529]. [viii], 151, [1] ff. Woodcut title page, two woodcuts in text. [Bound with] Tengler, Ulrich [1445-1521/22]. [Tengler, Christoph], Editor. [Locher, Jacob (1471-1528)], Editor. [Brant, Sebastian], Editor. Layenspiegel. Von Rechtmassigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichenn und Peinlichen Regimenten. Mit Additionen Ursprungklicher Rechtspruchen. Auch der Guldin Bulla, Kunigklicher Reformation, Landtfriden, &c. Sampt Bewarungen Gemainer Rechten, Und Anderm Anzaigen. Newlich Getruckt. Strassburg: Hans Knoblouch der Jungen, 1530. [viii], 151, [5] ff. Woodcut title page, 26 woodcuts in text. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, rebacked retaining spine with raised bands, clasps lacking (brass buckles present). A few minor scuffs, light rubbing to boards, somewhat heavier rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, hinges mended, front endleaves lacking. Moderate toning to texts, darker in places, faint dampstaining and dampspotting in a few places, minor tears to a few leaves, light soiling to title page of Clagspiegel, internally clean. A handsome volume. * Later editions. The Klagspiegel, or Clagspiegel, was the first German-language treatise on Roman law. It was originally compiled in the early years of the fifteenth century from a number of Italian treatises by an anonymous author. It has two parts, one on civil law and one on criminal law. The second part was especially influential because it introduced several fundamental principles of criminal law and procedure that were adopted in the German states. The first edition edited by Brant was published in 1516. An expanded version of the Klagspiegel, the.

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        Institutiones grammatice hebraice linguae.

      [Paris], Gilles de Gourmont, 1529.. 36 nn. Bll. (linksläufig kollationiert). Mit breiter figuraler Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt sowie einer figuralen Initiale und einer großen Holzschnittvignette am letzten Bl. verso. Mod. Pergamentband. 4to.. Sehr seltene zweite Ausgabe dieser hebräischen Grammatik in lateinischer Sprache, verfaßt vom italienischen Hebraisten Agatho Guidacerio aus Rocca-Coragio in Kalabrien (1477-1542?). Nachdem er, selber ein Christ, in Rom unter einem portugiesischen Rabbiner Hebräisch studiert hatte und sich dort das Wohlwollen Lorenzo Medicis und seines Sohnes, Papst Leo X., erworben hatte, wurde er an der Universität von Rom Lehrer des Hebräischen. "In 1530 he was appointed by Francis I. professor at the College de France, where he interpreted both the Hebrew and Greek texts of the Scripture" (Jew. Ency.). Sein Hauptwerk, seine hebräische Grammatik, stellte er nach der Grammatik "Petach Debarai" und Kimchis "Miklol" zusammen. Sie erschien erstmals 1514 in Rom, dann nach Guidacerios Übersiedlung nach Paris daselbst 1529, 1539 und 1546. Wie schon die Erstausgabe ist diese Überarbeitung seinem Gönner Leo X. (Giovanni Medici) gewidmet. - Druckjahr in griechischer Schrift. Die hübsche Titelbordüre zeigt die drei Weisen beim Christuskind auf dem Schoße Mariae, im oberen Querriegel Gourmonts Druckerzeichen mit Wappen. Einige wenige Bleistiftanstreichungen bzw. zeitgenöss. hs. Marginalien und Notizen. Im Innenrand durchgehend leicht wasserschattig; der unbekleidete Torso der Figur in der Druckermarke am Schlußblatt alt mit Tinte übermalt. - Von größter Seltenheit; kein Ex. in internationalen Bibliotheken oder im Handel der letzten 30 Jahre nachgewiesen. - Jewish Encyclopedia (in JBA S45, 21f.). Hoefer, NBG XXII, 537. Vgl. Michaud, Biogr. Univ. XVIII, 100. Vgl. Jöcher Erg. I, 295 (nennt Paris 1537 als EA). Vgl. Fürst I, 346 (Paris, 1539). Vgl. Steinschneider I, 1022, 5167 (Paris, 1540). Nicht in BM-STC French. Nicht bei Adams. Zu Druckermarke und Titelbordüre vgl. Renouard, Marques typogr. Paris, 384.

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        Universae rei medicae epigraphe seu enumeratio, compedio tractata.

      Basel, [Froben], 1529.. 94, (2) SS. Beigebunden 2 Bll. aus anderem Cornarius-Werk. Goldbrokatumschlag des frühen 18. Jhs. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe einer Hauptschrift des Cornarius, Stadtarzt in Frankfurt und Herausgebers des Hippokrates, später Professor in Marburg und Jena. Cornarius gilt als der verdienstvollste medizinische Philologe des 16. Jhs., der "sich allein durch seine Ausgaben der griechischen medizinischen Classiker in der Geschichte der Medizin unsterblich gemacht hat" (Hirsch/H.). - Sauberes Exemplar mit vereinzelten kleinen Rand- u. Bugmängel (kl. Einrisse; Papierdurchbrüche, Messerspuren), Bll. g2 u. g3 (SS. 51-54) mit großem Ein- bzw. Ausriß im Text, unschön hinterlegt (g3 auch mit etwas Textverlust). Am Schluß beigebunden sind Titel und letztes Blatt (verso mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke Frobens) aus Cornarius' komplett nur 6 Bll. umfassenden Schrift "In divi Hippocratis laudem praefation ante eiusdem prognostica" (1528; IA 144.869). Die Broschur mit kl. Randläsuren; am Hinterdeckel etwas lappig und mit größeren Fehlstellen. Am vorderen Innendeckel gedr. Exlibris (gez. von J. Buning) des niederländischen Pharmazeuten Jan Kok (1899-1982). - VD 16, C 5145. BM-STC German 223. IA 144.870. Durling 1039. Wellcome I, 1608. Panzer VI, 270, 732. Bird 601. Hirsch/Hübotter III, 15. Wolfenbüttel 377. Nicht bei Adams, Lesky, Osler oder Waller.

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        Guy de Chauliac (1209?-1368) / Joubert Laurent (1529-1582): La Grande chirurgie de M. Guy de Chauliac ... restituee par M. Laurens Joubert. Kl. 8° (ca. 17,5 x 11,5 cm), 2 vol. en 1, 30, 711, 25; 32, 403, 11 p. Pgt. d. Zt. ill. port. .Portrait de l'auteur et numbreuses gravures sur bois representant des insturments chirugicaux. A la suite du texte de G. de Chauliac "Annotations de M. Laur. Joubert. Rouen, David du Petit Val 1632. Zustand: Manque 4 pages (p. 349-352 de Annotations), bon ex.

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        (Griech.Titel) Divinae Scripturae, veteris noveque omnia. 4 vol.

      Straßburg 1529 (II.Auflage) - 1526 - 1526 - 1524 b.Wolfg.Cephalaeus (= Köpfel) in 8vo (17x11 cm). 2. - bzw 3., wenn man die Alcala-Polygl. mitzählt - griech. Vollbibibel nach der EA bei Aldus in Venedig 1518 (Stuttg. C 5). Initiator dieser griech. 'Taschenbibel' ist der Jurist u. Theol. Dr. iur. Wolfg. Fabricius Capito (1478-1541, vgl. RE III 715 ff), dessen Neffe W. Cephalaeus (auch ein 'Köpfel' aus Hagenau, *um 1500-54 Straßb., vgl ADB XVI 659 u. DBE V 667) als Drucker den Bibeldruck besorgt, für den Joh. Lonitzer aus dem Mansfeldischen die redaktionelle Verantwortung übernimmt. Er folgt generell dem griech. Text der Aldus-EA (Stuttg. C 5), was im NT die Erasm.-Version ist, hier in d. weiter. eigenständ. Bearbeitung durch Dr. iur. Nicol. Gerbel sen. (1485-1560, vgl ADB VIII 716 u. DBE III 635) gemäß dessen NT graece Hagenau 1521 (Stuttg. C 10). Das NT erscheint bereits 1524 u. das ganze AT (incl. AK) 2 Jahre später (4 Teile in 3 vol). Nur bei Bd I (Pentateuch-Ruth) gibt es Straßb. 1529 eine 2. Aufl., wie hier vorhanden. Jo. Lonitzer's Grußwort (der EA) wird ersetzt durch Grüße des Druckers selbst. Das NT von 1524 (Vol. IV) wurde auch einzeln vertrieben, ist jedoch - wie das Bibel-Gesamtregister in Vol I belegt - Teil des Ganzen. Alle Bände haben separate Titelblätter u. zierl. Buchschmuck. Vol II birgt - auch in dieser Reihenfolge - die 4 Bücher d. Könige (incl. Samuel) - beide Chronika - Esra - Nehemia - Esther - Hiob u. den Psalter. Es folgen in Vol III: Sprüche - Prediger/Kohelet - Hoheslied - Große u. Kl. Propheten u. die AK incl. Makkabäerbücher I-II-III u. Josephus de Machabeis (= Makkab. IV). Auf Bl 258b findet sich nochmals ein Gruß an den Leser, worauf sich knappe Anm. anschließen (Bl. 259- 263) nebst großer Dr.-Marke (Bl 263 verso), die dann auch nochm. in fine der AK (Bl 455 verso) erscheint (vgl. Heitz-Barack pp 32 ff u. Taf. XVIII Nr. 8). Mit einem separaten Titelbl. - bei fortlaufender Foliierung - bilden die AK den Abschluß des AT (Bl 264 - 455). In Vol IV findet sich das NT graece in Anlehnung an Nicolaus Gerbel's Textversion (Stuttg. C 10). - Fortsetzung:; 1-4. Fortsetzung: Die Kollationen der 4 Vol. halte ich wie folgt fest: Vol I einschl. Titel pp: (4) Bl (a1-4), 275, (1) Bl (a5-8 b8-'w'8 A-L8). Vol II incl. Titel: 344 Bl (A-'W'8 A-T8). Vol III: Titel u. 455 Bl (aa-'ww'8 aaa-'www'8 A-J8). Vol IV=NT incl.Titel u. Gruß: 160 <a-v8>, 118, (2) <A-P8> Bl. Buchschmuck (Tit.bl., Init., Vignetten u. Dr.-Marken) stammt von H. Weiditz (vgl. Heitz-Barack. Elsäss. Dr.-Marken. pp 32 ff u. Taf. XVI ff). Titelblatt von vol III fehlt (durch Kopie ersetzt), im übrigen teils stockig-fleckig, vereinz. leicht modrig (vol II), der Bd IV (NT) wurde fachgerecht restauriert u. gleichzeitig in eine intakte (leere) 'Decke' neu 'eingehängt', dazu hier u. da zeitgen. Notizen, darüberhinaus - wie fast immer - ein Misch-Expl: EA mit vol I in 2. Auflage u. keine einheitlichen Einbände; Bd I: Blindprägung mit entzückenden Tier- u. Jagd-Scenen (Hunde jagen Hirsche), Bd II: Leder auf Holz (florale Rollen nebst Rhomben) mit restaurierten Schließen, Bd III: flexibler Pgtbd u. Bd IV: neue 'alte' Decke mit Blindpräg. nebst 2 Schließen. Die Provenienz ist bei Bd II: Kloster St. Ulrich u. Afra in Augsburg u. bei Bd III: Konstanz (od.: Koblenz). Alle Bde sind komplett u. so - mit allen 4 Bänden - ganz selten. - Stuttg. C 18/20/14 - Vd 16, B 2575 - DM II 2 p 580 Nr. 4602 u. p 579 Nr. 4600 - Sussex I 2 p 233 ff Nr. 2 - Masch II, II, 267 ff - Panzer VI 106/692 u. 110/736 - Goeze I p 73 Nr. 139 und Dresd. Biblioth. II p 186 Nr. 247 - Baumgarten. Merkwürd. Bücher. XI p 95 ff Nri 3082-3085 - Müller II 272 Nr. 18 u. 278 Nr. 81 - Ritter II 1 (1937) pp 116/17 Nr. 198 u. II 4 (1955) p 1447 Nr. 2303 - Ritter BM (1948) p 772 Nr. 2062 (bzgl. NT) - Adams I 124, B 977. - Auf dem NT-Blindprägeband wird die Rolle 'Lucretia (1546)-Prudentia- Iusticia (J. H.)-Venus' verwendet. Vgl. hierzu Haebler I 185/86 (viell. Binder J. H. aus Sachsen oder Jacob Holl aus Augsburg?).

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        Opus de Conscribendis Epistolis

      Coloniae: Iohannem Gymnicum, 1529. Rare edition, a sound, complete copy, lacking only the final blank. Title within pictorial woodcut border. Octavo, contemporary blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, dated 1534 in blind, brass clasps, minor statins and soiling and some early penned marginalia. Also bound in are three additional works, De Civilitate Morum Puerilium; Plutarch. De Liberis Educandis; and Horatius Flaccus.

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        Pentateuchus Moysi

      Lyon: Joannem Clein, 1529. 24mo. 378ff. A nicely printed pentateuch in small format, with page size measuring 3 7/8 by 2 3/4 inches (100x70 mm). In addition to the five books of Moses, the books of Joshua, Judges and Ruth are present. The printer, Clein, was active from the late 15th century, and was the French printer for Anton Koberger, the publisher of the Nuremberg Chronicle. A clean, fresh copy of this rare edition, bound in modern full vellum.

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        La Sophonisba

      per Tolomeo Ianiculo nel MDXXIX (1529) di Maggio, Vicenza - Legatura della prima metà del 700 con nervi, ricchi fregi floreali e titolo oro su tassello (rinnovato) al ds. Tagli rossi. Carte di guardia marmorizzate. Restauro della cuffia superiore con perdita di parte della decorazione in oro dello scomparto e lievi tracce d usura al ds. Ex libris nobiliare al contropiatto anteriore. Piccola etichetta di libreria antiquaria (Paganini, Milano) ad un angolo della carta di guardia libera. Interni assai freschi. Ottimo esemplare. Raro. Adams, T958. 4to (cm. 18,6), 52 cc. Con il particolarissimo carattere corsivo utilizzato dallo stampatore vicentino che ha tra l altro la caratteristica di adoperare l epsilon e l omega greche al posto delle lettere e ed o.

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        Epistola de le lettere nuovamente aggiunte ne la lingua italiana + Dubbii grammaticali

      Vicenza, Tolomeo Ianiculo, 1529. 1529 In folio, c.nn. 18 (ultima bianca). L'Epistola era già apparsa a Roma (Arrighi) nel 1524. Qui viene riproposta insieme ai Dubbii grammaticali, seguendo i cambiamenti ortografici in base ai quali furono stampate tutte le edizioni vicentine delle opere del Trissino. L'Epistola si trova in altri esemplari unita al "Dialogo intitulato il Castellano". Ottimo esemplare con ampi margini. Bella legatura settecentesca in cartoncino ricoperto di carta rosa. (Adams, T 951; Gamba, 1704).

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        L&#39;AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, con la additione, & molti suoi notandi, accuratamente revisto & emendato

      Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529.. THIRD EDITION, 1529, Italian text. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, title page with ornamental border and woodcut vignette portrait of Dante in profile, pages: (16), 124 (i.e. 248, numbered on rectos only), colophon to final leaf, bound in full antique calf, rebacked, blind rules to covers and spine, gilt title to spine. Covers and corners slightly worn, lower corner of upper cover worn with small loss of leather, slight shelf wear to edges, title page age-browned and image slightly rubbed, 2 inscriptions in blank borders of title page reading &#39;Caroli Gasidi Medici Doctoris&#39; and &#39;Di Antonio Lorenzo Addi otto Ottobre MDLXXX&#39;, intermittent pale brown staining to margins mostly affecting first 40 leaves, couple of small ink marks to 1 page, no loss of text, worm track in inner margin of last 14 leaves, just partially affecting 5 letters in total, no loss of legibility, all neatly repaired with Archival Document Repair tape. Binding tight and firm. A good copy of a scarce 16th century printing. Dante composed his Convivio which is unfinished in the early years of the 14th century and it first appeared in print in Florence in 1490. The work is the fullest expression of his philosophical thought, taking the form of a commentary on 4 of his Canzoni, originally intended to include 14 of them. The commentary embodies the expression of a range of ideas on ethics, politics, and metaphysics, as well as containing extended discussion of philosophy itself. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Epistola de le lettere nuovamente aggiunte ne la lingua italiana + Dubbii grammaticali

      Vicenza, Tolomeo Ianiculo, 1529. 1529 In folio, c.nn. 18 (ultima bianca). L'Epistola era già apparsa a Roma (Arrighi) nel 1524. Qui viene riproposta insieme ai Dubbii grammaticali, seguendo i cambiamenti ortografici in base ai quali furono stampate tutte le edizioni vicentine delle opere del Trissino. L'Epistola si trova in altri esemplari unita al "Dialogo intitulato il Castellano". Ottimo esemplare con ampi margini. Bella legatura settecentesca in cartoncino ricoperto di carta rosa. (Adams, T 951; Gamba, 1704).

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        Laurentii Vallae Elegantiarum Libri Sex, decque Reciprocatione Sui & Suus, multis, diversiscci. Prototypis diligenter collatis, emedati, atq; in pristinam illam aded genuinamq[ue; faciem haud aestimandia sidoribus ia[m] accuratius restitui. Index copiosus

      Moguntiae in Aedibus io Annis Schoeffer Mense Septemberm Anno MCXXIX. 1529. 8vo, 158 x 98 mms., pp. [xxxvi], 655 [666 blank], title within woodcut border of various human figures, with two inscriptions in lower margin of title-page, library stamp of Donaueschingen Library on front paste-down end-paper and verso of last leaf, annotations on rear paste-down end-paper, printed throughout in italic, contemporary blind-stamped pigskin (soiled), remnants of clasps; rear end-paper slightly wormed. The lower margin inscriptions are as follow: "Sum ex libris Frederici [?Prumaly] Anno 1572"; and "[Insemio] Bibliotheca F. F. Min: Con: / Sr Francisci V: [?Viaryue]." This latter inscription is probably that for Die Fürstlich Fürstenbergische Hofbibliothek. The Italian scholar and humanist Lorenzo Valla (1406 - 1457) led something of a peripatetic life as university lecturer and professor. The present work, first published in 1471, though ms. copies were well-known during his lifetime, under the title De Elegantiis Latinae Linguae. The article on Valla in Wikipedia notes, "This work subjected the forms of Latin grammar and the rules of Latin style and rhetoric to a critical examination, and placed the practice of composition upon a foundation of analysis and inductive reasoning. It was a basis for the movement of the Humanists to reform Latin prose style to a more classical and Ciceronian direction on a scientific basis. Valla&#39;s work was controversial when it appeared, but its arguments carried the day. As a result, humanistic Latin sought to purge itself of post-Classical words and features, and became stylistically very different from the Christian Latin of the European Middle Ages. This was thought to be a major improvement in style and elegance in Latin usage." This copy is of particular interest, as is comes from the no longer extant Donaueschingen Court Library, whose holdings were sold at auctions between 1982 and the early part of this century.

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        Der Richterlich Clagspiegel: Eyn Nutzlicher Begriff, Wie man Setze[n].

      1529 - Brant, Sebastian [1457-1521], Editor. Der Richterlich Clagspiegel: Eyn Nutzlicher Begriff, Wie man Setze[n] und Formieren Sol Nach Ordnung der Rechten, Eyn Yede Klag, Antwort, Und Ausssprechene Urteylen, Gezogen Auss Geystlichen und Weltlichen Rechten: Mit Mererm Fleiss Wider Durchsichtiget, Und von Neuwem zum Theyl Gebessert. [Haguenau: In Verlegung Pauli Gotzen, 1529]. [viii], 151, [1] ff. Woodcut title page, two woodcuts in text. [Bound with] Tengler, Ulrich [1445-1521/22]. [Tengler, Christoph], Editor. [Locher, Jacob (1471-1528)], Editor. [Brant, Sebastian], Editor. Layenspiegel. Von Rechtmassigen Ordnungen in Burgerlichenn und Peinlichen Regimenten. Mit Additionen Ursprungklicher Rechtspruchen. Auch der Guldin Bulla, Kunigklicher Reformation, Landtfriden, &c. Sampt Bewarungen Gemainer Rechten, Und Anderm Anzaigen. Newlich Getruckt. Strassburg: Hans Knoblouch der Jungen, 1530. [viii], 151, [5] ff. Woodcut title page, 26 woodcuts in text. Folio (12" x 8"). Contemporary calf with elaborate blind-tooling, rebacked retaining spine with raised bands, clasps lacking (brass buckles present). A few minor scuffs, light rubbing to boards, somewhat heavier rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, hinges mended, front endleaves lacking. Moderate toning to texts, darker in places, faint dampstaining and dampspotting in a few places, minor tears to a few leaves, light soiling to title page of Clagspiegel, internally clean. A handsome volume. * Later editions. The Klagspiegel, or Clagspiegel, was the first German-language treatise on Roman law. It was originally compiled in the early years of the fifteenth century from a number of Italian treatises by an anonymous author. It has two parts, one on civil law and one on criminal law. The second part was especially influential because it introduced several fundamental principles of criminal law and procedure that were adopted in the German states. The first edition edited by Brant was published in 1516. An expanded version of the Klagspiegel, the Layenspiegel, or Laienspiegel, was first published in 1509. It is somewhat notorious for its original commentary by Tengler on witches, magicians, heretics and Jews. Our 1530 edition, which includes notes by Brant, is inte [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pandectae reformatae, et de novo factae, circa solutionem iurium officialum regni siciliae

      Venetiis: In fine: Venetiis, in Officina Aurelii Pinci Veneti. [Figurato Sicilia-Diritto] (cm.29,3) solida mezza pergamena antica, ben restaurata, sguardie antiche.-- cc. 45 numerate + 1 c. bianca. Bellissimo frontis con stemma in basso con tre anfore, e sopra la metà del frontis è occupata da una grande xilografia a fondo "Criblè" con aquila bicipite e le armi del Regno di Sicilia. Edizione ampliata e corretta di opera della più grande rarità. Manca pressochè a tutta la bibliografia consultata compreso adams, Bm. Stc., Mira, Lozzi, Choix, Graesse e Brunet. Sander n° 6975 cita una edizione stampata a Messina nel 1529. Il Census nazionale Iccu registra solo 4 copie esistenti nelle biblioteche italiane. Antiche firme cassate al frontis con tracce lievi di polvere, qualche leggera fioritura marginale peraltro esemplare bello,a grandi margini impresso su carta grave. * Panzer VIII 1875.[f55] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1536.

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        Opus de Conscribendis Epistolis

      Coloniae: Iohannem Gymnicum, 1529.. Rare edition, a sound, complete copy, lacking only the final blank. Title within pictorial woodcut border. Octavo, contemporary blind-tooled calf over wooden boards, dated 1534 in blind, brass clasps, minor statins and soiling and some early penned marginalia. Also bound in are three additional works, De Civilitate Morum Puerilium; Plutarch. De Liberis Educandis; and Horatius Flaccus.

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        [SUDOR ANGLICUS] Auf ains Erbern Rats der Statt Augspurg beuelhe, von wegen ainer Ersamen gemainde, daselbs und sonst manigklichs begeren, ist dis kurtze eyland vnderricht, von den Doctorn der Artzney daselbs, geordnet, Wie man sich in der Kranckhait, Schwaissucht genant, fursehen und halten solle, bis zu weyter meer underricht. Jesu Christu sey unnser helsser. Bessert euch das hymelreich ist nach herbey Fommen, Es ist schon die Art den be.men an die wurtzel gelegt. Matthei 3

      Augsburg: Silvan Otmar, 1529. First edition. Hard Cover. Very Good/The first of two editions of this emergency pamphlet, issued by the city of Augsburg to warn its residents of a fresh and especially fast-moving outbreak of sudor anglicus, a mysterious and still unidentified European scourge of late 15th and early 16th centuries. Named for its source and its most notable symptom, sudor anglicus, or the English Sweating Sickness, was a terrifying and highly infectious disease, often killing its victims in a matter of hours. Though most of the great English chroniclers---Fabyan, Holinshed, Grafton, etc.---write of the disease (noting most specifically that Henry the VIII often changed residences for fear of it), Francis Bacon, in his Life of Henry the VII, discusses the affliction at length, his source being the only contemporary, published eyewitness account by a doctor: John Caius&#146;s A boke, or counseill against the disease& commonly called the sweate, or sweatyng sicknesse... (London, Grafton, 1552). The tone of our book is almost desperate, and has no practical advice for Augsburgers other than to try one or another of the included rosewater-, Armenian bole-, and myrrh-based remedies. It is no surprise that many European countries of the period had laws against letting Englishmen cross their borders, and the penalty for breaking such laws was death.. Quarto, 178 x 127 mm A6 =6 leaves. Complete. Gothic type. Bound in modern quarter vellum over dark brown pastepaper boards. Vellum corners. Title with two& small marginal stains; title and verso of last leaf soiled. The pamphlet was at one time folded in half---the horizontal crease marks are faintly evident. Leaves lightly and uniformly browned. Reference: §VD 16 A4060, counting copies at Bavarian State Library and Ludwig-Maximilians University Library. (Print edition of VD 16 conjectures date of 1530; on-line edition amends this to 1529). §Not in Wellcome, Osler, or Adams. Not in Durling, but NLM has since acquired a copy, the only one in American libraries. Aberdeen records a copy, apparently lacking title

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        Vom Kriege widder die Türcken. Martinus Luther. Gedruckt zu Wittemberg. M.D.XXIX

      Wittenberg, Hans Weiss 1529. 21 cm. (64) Seiten mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre vom Monogrammisten AW und 2 Holzschnitten auf der letzten Seite. Festeinband, Pappband - Benzing, Luther 2706 - VD16 L 7046 - Luther, Titeleinf. 48 - Zimmermann, Bibeli. S. 53 - Dieser Druck mit den Schluß-Holzschnitten "Agnus Dei" und "Lutherrose" in Medaillonform. Die architektonische Titelbordüre besteht aus Säulen, Rundbogen, einem nacktem Paar und zwei Putten, die einen Schild mit der Lutherrose halten. Luther wurden auf Grund seiner früheren Ausführungen "Resolutiones disputatorum de indulgentiarum virtute" im Jahr 1518 die Vorwürfe gemacht, er erkenne die Bedeutung des Kampfes gegen die Türken nicht. Diesen Anschuldigungen tritt Luther in dieser Schrift entgegen (vgl. Göllner, Turcica Nr. 308). Die Schrift widmet er dem Landgrafen Philipp von Hessen, "damit es deste ein besser ansehen gewünne und deste vleissiger gelesen würde". Titel rechts unten schwach gebräunt, A2-4 und H1 im unteren Blattrand am Schnitt Feuchtigkeitsspur -

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        MANUSCRITO. SEC XVI. REGRA DA ORDEM DE CRISTO. TOMAR.

      - REGVLA FRATRVM REGVLArium Ordinis dominini nostri Iesu Christi, ex magna Regula gloriosi patris Benedicti desumpta. In 4.º 24x17 cm. Com [ii], 48, [vi] fólios. Encadernação da época inteira de pele sobre tábuas de madeira com ferros (florão e cercadura) a ouro em ambas as pastas, cansadas, e com fechos metálicos. Ilustrado com capitulares e algumas passagens redigidas a vermelho. Osúltimos 6 fólios sem numeração apresentam uma "tabella temporia litterarii Martyrologii" e um cerimonial com as indicações em português e as orações e cantos em latim. Manuscrito português do final do século XVI, redigido em latimsobre pergaminho, posterior à "desmilitarização" da ordem no ano de 1529, "quando a comunidade viria a sofrer uma reforma imposta pela Coroa, que encarregou (1529) o antigo provincial dos Jerónimos, Frei António de Lisboa, de fazer respeitar a observância da Regra de Calatravra. O Prior e os freires, que se tinham oposto ao projecto, foram colocados em igrejas da Ordem, sendo substituídos por 12 noviços (1532), que se sujeitaram a uma regra reformada, e obrigados a viver como monges de clausura" [Vasconcelos e Sousa, Ordens Religiosas em Portugal das origens a Trento, pag. 499]. Concordante com a leitura do final da introdução epistolar do documento: "omniaque verba qua a nobis latine sunt reddita, consona esse ijsdim qua in vulgari sermone à frate Alfonso Provinciali Jeronimiano, et nuper ex decreto summi Pontifiis Gregorii XIII, confirmata sunt.": 'todas as palavras em latim são traduzidas por nós em linguagem vulgar de acordo com o Irmão Afonso e Provincial da Ordem dos Jerónimos, e confirmadas por decreto do Sumo Pontífice Gregório XIII.' [Papa desde 1572 até à data da sua morte]. Contém, pela mesma mão do texto, notas marginais manuscritas remetendo esta regra resumida para a Grande Regra (Magna Regula) de São Bento. Apresenta manuseamento e notas coevasde diferentes mãos. Contém uma "Forma Absolutionis" manuscrita nas folhas de guarda com cariz apócrifo, e a introdução epistolar "Obsernatissimis fratribus, ordinis domini nostri Iesu Christi", ou dedicação, redigida nas primeiros 2 fólios numerados, contextualizando a razão pela qual foi executado este documento: "Illud etiam Observatione dignu duxi: mi hoc nomime (Prior nimirum) usu fuisse, quod omnibus (quib uis ordine praeficiuntur) communius vidi batur: licit in Conventu Tomeriensi, cum consuetudini cum etiam statutis". ORDEM DE CRISTO: Fundada pela Bula Ad ea ex quibus de João XXIII (14-3-1319) em resultado de uma longa negociação sobre o destino dos bens do Templo (Templários) em Portugal. Tendo-se evitado, em 1312, quando se extinguiu a Ordem do Templo, que os seus bens na Península fossem entregues aos Hospitalários, o monarca português insistiu (1313-1318) no vínculo dos Templários ao serviço do rei à defesa do reino. Talvez influenciado pela solução encontrada em Aragão, com a criação da Ordem de Montesa, optou por suplicar (1318) a criação de uma nova milícia de Cristo, sediada em Castro Marim junto à fronteira marítima com as terras dos mouros. Com recurso às novas soluções técnicas trazidas da Palestina, ergueu-se em Tomar o castelo (1160-1171), por certo pensado para albergar o convento da Ordem. Foi construída uma igreja poligonal, a charola, que seguia de perto a igreja do Santo Sepulcro. Igreja dotada de um selo próprio (1181) e por vezes citada como o mosteiro da Ordem (1209) devia hospedar uma comunidade numerosa, ainda que não se conheça a sua dimensão efectiva. Talvez não andasse longe de 30 professos, como mais tarde sucederia com o convento da Ordem de Cristo. Regra de S. Bento, abreviada, adaptada e acrescentada a partir da Regra Maior, conforme título no terceiro fólio: 'REGULA FRATRUM REGULArium Ordinis dominini nostri Iesu Christi, ex magna Regula gloriosi patris Benedicti desumpta': Regra dos Freires Regulares da Ordem de Nosso Senhor Jesus Cristo resumida da Grande Regra do glorioso padre São Bento. [FR] Règle régulière des Frères l'Ordre d

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        Ercole ed Anteo

      Bulino, 1529. Poco prima del 1520, alcuni giovani artisti della cerchia di Albercht Dürer presero a realizzare incisioni molto piccole che hanno sfidato lo spettatore con un mondo in miniatura, un mondo di nuovo soggetto laico e di interpretazioni non convenzionali di temi tradizionali. A causa delle ridotte dimensioni delle loro incisioni, questi artisti sono stati appellati a lungo, con il nome collettivo, e poco lusinghiero, di Piccoli Maestri di Norimberga. Il nucleo del gruppo consiste in tre artisti di Norimberga, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham e Georg Pencz, e inoltre Jacob Bink da Colonia e Heinrich Aldegrever da Soest. La presente incisione proviene da una vecchia collezione in cui le opere erano conservate, come spesso accadeva, applicate in un album databile al XVIII secolo. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Engraving, 1529. A good impression, printed on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemar, in good conditions. Shortly before 1520, several young artists in the immediate circle of Albercht Dürer began making remarkably small engravings that challenged the viewer with a world in miniature; a world of new secular subject and of unconventional interpretations of traditional themes. Because of the scale of their engravings these artists have long been saddled with the unflattering collective name the Little Masters. The core of the group consist in three Nuremberg artists, Hans Sebald & Bartel Beham and Georg Pencz, Jacob Bink form Cologne and Heinrich Aldegrever from Soest. This engraving comes from an old collection and were pasted in XVIII century portofolio. Bartsch 96. Dim. 74x117.

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        LE VITE DI PLUTARCHO TRADOTTE DI LATINO IN VOLGARE AL MAGNOFICO lUDOUICO TORTO PER BATTISTA ALESSANDRO DE RIETE

      BINDONI FRANCESCO & PASINI MAFFEO - VENEGIA 1529 Vol.in16°, leg. originale in cartone, tre nervi, es. mutilo del front., titolo tratto de c. 3r, pp.528, con vignette all'inizio di ogni vita raccontata, timbro di possesso allo sguardo, piccoli fori di tarlo interessano alcune pagine, tracce di riparazioni ottocentesche, strappi a p.189 e p.369, segnato in OPAC SBN Cod. IT\ICCU\RMLE\033834. Da notare che anche l'unica copia presente in OPAC è mutila del front. Molto raro

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        Cornucopiae seu Latina Linguae Commentarij locupletissimi... Denuo ad veteris codicis, & Scriptorum undeillos deprompserat, fidem, diligentissimae recogniti, cum eiusdem libello, in prefationem Plinij Secundi, ad Titum Vespasianum, & rursum in eum ipsum libellum, Cornelij Vitellij annotationibus..

      Parigi, apud vidua Thielmanni Kerver, 1529 (in fine:Nicolaus Saveti). 1529 In -folio, (58 cc.) 1054 colonne (1 c. bianca); (14 cc.) 280 colonne. Leg. pergamena rigida. Dorso (rifatto) con tre grossi nervi a vista. Bel frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero entro cornice ornamentale silografata. La seconda parte contiene: Marci Terentii Varronis, De Lingua Latina Libri tre. Sexti Pompeij Festi, librorum XIX fragmenta. Nonij Marcelli compendiose doctrine ad filium, de proprietate sermonum tractatus varij. Praeterea Crecarum & Latinarum dictionum index copiosissimus. Con proprio frontespizio. Testo su due colonne (indici su quattro). Niccolò Perotto (1429 - 1480) celebre umanista, arcivescovo di Siponto dal 1458, fu uno dei primi grammatici della scuola latina moderna. Nato a Fano nel 1429, morì a Sassoferrato nel 1480.

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        Von Geschoss, Büchsen, Pulver, Salpeter und Feuerwerck. Wie man solich eygentlich zurichten sol. Was dabei einem Büchsenmeyster und Schützen zuwissen nötig

      Large woodcut on title depicting men loading & charging a cannon (signed "MF"). 24 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, modern vellum over boards (single small & unimportant wormhole running throughout). Strasbourg: C. Egenolff, 1529. First separate edition of the first monograph on gunpowder and its ingredients and methods of manufacturing them. This is an extremely rare book -- as are all of the later 16th-century editions -- and this is a very fine and fresh copy. It is still uncertain who actually invented gunpowder, one of the most dramatic and far-reaching technical inventions of all time. All who have examined the text have reached different conclusions regarding its date and authorship: Jähns dated it ca. 1425 and attributed it to Abraham von Memmingen, master-gunner to Duke Friedrich IV of Austria. Thorndike dated it ca. 1422 (see Vol. V, p. 34) and Hassenstein considered it a work of about 1420 and by Conrad von Schöngau. Partington says "it was pieced together from several sources, no doubt of very different dates."-History of Greek Fire and Gunpowder (1960), pp. 152-58. The treatise begins with a series of twelve questions and answers for a master and pupil in which the theory of the explosion of gunpowder is given. Then follows a description of its materials and remarks on ordinary and special gunpowder, particular guns and methods of shooting, and different incendiary compositions. Great importance is given to the correct proportions of gunpowder&#39;s ingredients. The work also contains a formula for blessing a gun. The anonymous author discusses the heavy demand for saltpetre as an ingredient of gunpowder. He describes how it can be produced on new walls in damp places or in stables or from latrines which have not been used for a long time, and teaches how to purify saltpetre, a process still used in Lavoisier&#39;s days. Finally he describes the manufacture of granulated or "corned" power which was used for handguns and other small arms until the end of the 18th century. The text was first printed early in 1529 at Augsburg as part of the first German language edition of Flavius Vegetius, Vier Bücher der Ritterschaft, and was separately reprinted later in the same year -- the present edition -- by Christian Egenolff at Strasbourg. Altogether, Egenolff and his heirs issued eight editions of the treatise: in 1529, 1531, 1534, 1550, 1559, 1569, 1582, and 1597. A fine copy with many lower edges uncut, from the library of Denis Duveen. Calligraphic initial at head of title a little cropped. This is the sort of book which would have been read to death by gunners, fireworks manufacturers, and makers of saltpetre and gunpowder. OCLC locates only one copy in America, at Yale, and that copy lacks the splendid title-page. &#10087; Hassenstein, Das Feuerwerkbuch, (1941), p. 600. Jähns, Geschichte der Kriegswissenschaften, I, pp. 392-400 & 591. .

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