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2018-06-30 06:38:06
COMMINES, PHILIPPE de.
Paris, 1529 (Colophon: 24 Mars 1524 pour Francoys Regnault) - Colophon: 2. Daoust (August) pour maistre Enguillebert de Marnef, 1524. Large 4to. (27 x 20 cm.). Contemp. full calf. Panelled covers with blindtooled rolls, inner panel with cornerpieces and in the middle an oval arabesque medaillon. 5 raised bands. Upper and lower compartments of spine repaired. 2 small nicks at bands on spine. light wear along fronthinge. Corners neathly repaired. Collation (Cronique et Histoire): Title-page with large and broad ornamental woodcut borders consisting of 6 pieces. A large printers woodcut device. Ff (4) + Ff 106. Colophon on folio CVI (106, some misfoliation - signatures correct). - Collation (Croniques Charles VIII): Title-page printed in red and black inside large ornamental woodcut borders. In the middle printers woodcut device.Ff (4) + Ff 54. Colophon on LIIII (54 - many misfoliations - signatures correct). On F (4) Arms of France in a large woodcut. Some annotations in a contemporary hand. - Both work with many large initials in woodcut. Lower margins throughout browned and with some repairs, some leaves in the middle having some heavy wormtracts in lower margins. Some corners at end restored. In the second work a wormtract in outer margins, but decreasing toward end. Upper right corners with a faint dampstain. ¶ Scarce early editions of these works that only later obtained the name of "Memoires", and they are a major primary source for 15th century European history. Commines is called "the first critical and philosophical historian since classical times" and "the first t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2018-06-29 08:13:45
BIBLIA GERMANICA - NEUE TESTAMENT.
(Leipzig, Schumann, 1529) - Colophon: Gedruckt zu Leyptzick durch Valten Schuman(n) des Jars, M,.D. xxix. Small 8vo. Contemp. full calf. Covers richly blindtooled, panelled and with decorative rolls. Clasps missing. Old rebacking to spine. Raised bands. Some cracks to leather along bands. Endpapers renewed. Woodcut title-page with large coat of arms. (24),416 leaves. Many large woodcut initials. 7 full-page woodcuts and more than 20 3/4-page woodcuts. First and last leaf reinforced in inner margins. A few leaves with faint dampstains. otherwise fine. ¶ Very scarce Leipzig-edition of Emser's controversial translation of The New Testament as he was in oppostion to the Martin Luther, especially his translation of the same, 1522. "I never thought", observed Luther, "that Emser had been so venomous as I now see he is. He knows better than he writes, which I easely perceive in his New Testament, where he was compelled to make use of my translation. But to preserve Duke Georg's favour he occasionally altered words against his conscience, but that master whom he serves will pay his wages."Adams B, 1780.
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-20 06:39:37
THEOPHRASTUS - THEOPHRASTOS - THEOPHRAST
Christianum Wechel, Paris, 1529. 8vo 2 vol boun together in contemporary vellum (xxxiv) pp.1 f. blanc, 343, (23) pp. + (xviii) pp, 354, [24]pp Titles in woodcut borders, printer`s device, initial lettres and colophon (155mm x 105mm) Fifth Latin edition edited by Gazes, first Gazes edition published in Trevisio in 1483. Worm holes in margins repared not affecting text. Captal letters and front handcolored. Pritzel 9184 and 9188, hunt 26, BMC [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, CABA, Argentina]
2018-06-15 06:51:43
CHARTIER, Alain
« Il n'y a pas au XVe siècle de renommée littéraire plus grande que celle d'Alain Chartier. Nul poète français jusqu'à Ronsard n'a été plus admiré de ses contemporains. » Larousse, Histoire de la littérature française. Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1529.Petit in-8 de : (12) ff., 360 ff. numérotés ccclxvi (a-z8, &8, A-X8), 8 vignettes sur bois dans le texte. Infime piq. de vers dans la marge blanche des ff. 300 à la fin, infime galerie de vers marginale des ff. cccxxx à cccxlii. Maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisse orné, pièce de titre de maroquin olive, filet sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées. Reliure du XVIIIe siècle.138 x 88 mm. / "In the 15th century, there is no greater literary repute than the one of Alain Chartier. No French poet until Ronsard has been more admired by his contemporaries." Larousse, Histoire de la littérature française. Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1529.Small 8vo [138 x 88 mm] of: (12) ll., 360 ll. numbered ccclxvi (a-z8, &8, A-X8), 8 woodcuts in the text. Tiny wormhole in the white margin of ll. 300 till the end, tiny worm gallery from ll. cccxxx to cccxlii. Red morocco, triple gilt fillet on the covers, flat spine decorated, green morocco lettering piece, inner border, gilt edges. Binding from the 18th century. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Camille Sourget [Paris, France]
2018-06-09 15:37:03
AMBROSIUS, (Saint Ambroise), ERASME
Paris, Claude Chevallon, 1529. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (12), 558 ff. Reliure : Basane brune, dos à nerfs orné, fer doré sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.). ____ Edition soignée tant pour son texte, avec une préface d'Erasme et sa révision du texte, que par sa typographie élégante de Claude Chevallon. Elle suit l'édition de Bâle, Froben, 1527. Titre en rouge et noir dans un grand encadrement gravé. Larges initiales gravées. Claude Chevallon débuta sa carrière à Paris, vers 1506. En 1520, il épousa Charlotte Guillard, veuve de Berthold Rembolt. Ils s'installèrent dès lors rue Saint-Jacques, dans l'atelier du Soleil d'Or. Pendant 17 ans, il se spécialisa dans l'impression des livres de droit et de patristique. Après sa mort en 1537, Charlotte Guillard continua à exercer au Soleil d'Or. Marque gravée de Chevallon sur le titre, et de B. Rembolt sur les faux-titres des parties 2-4. Défaut de papier d'origine dans la marge du f. 107. Coin du dernier feuillet réparé anciennement et petit manque au niveau du registre. Petits accrocs à la coiffe supérieure. Fer doré sur les plats du collège des jésuites du Puy en Velay. Bon exemplaire. *-------* A fine edition for his text, with a preface by Erasmus and his revision of the text, as well as his elegant typography of Claude Chevallon. It follows the edition of Basel, Froben, 1527. Claude Chevallon began his career in Paris, around 1506. In 1520, he married Charlotte Guillard, widow of Berthold Rembolt. They settled from then on rue Saint-Jacques, in the workshop of Soleil d'Or. For 17 years, he specializ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-06-09 06:54:54
AMBROSIUS, (Saint Ambroise), ERASME
Claude Chevallon, Paris, 1529. In-folio. Collation : (12), 558 ff. Basane brune, dos à nerfs orné, fer doré sur les plats, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.). ____ Edition soignée tant pour son texte, avec une préface d'Erasme et sa révision du texte, que par sa typographie élégante de Claude Chevallon. Elle suit l'édition de Bâle, Froben, 1527. Titre en rouge et noir dans un grand encadrement gravé. Larges initiales gravées. Claude Chevallon débuta sa carrière à Paris, vers 1506. En 1520, il épousa Charlotte Guillard, veuve de Berthold Rembolt. Ils s'installent dès lors rue Saint-Jacques, dans l'atelier du Soleil d'Or. Pendant 17 ans, il se spécialise dans l'impression des livres de droit et de patristique. Après sa mort en 1537, Charlotte Guillard continua à exercer au Soleil d'Or. Marque gravée de Chevallon sur le titre, et de B. Rembolt sur les faux-titres des parties 2-4. Défaut de papier d'origine dans la marge du f. 107. Coin du dernier feuillet réparé anciennement et petit manque au niveau du registre. Petits accrocs à la coiffe supérieure. Fer doré sur les plats du collège des jésuites du Puy en Velay. Bon exemplaire. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2018-06-04 15:01:13
Appianus Alexandrinus.
Mainz, Johann Schöffer, August 1529. 4to. 14 Bll., 723(1) Ss. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, Druckermarke am Schluss und zwei Initialen. Schweinslederband über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rollenstempel-Blindpressung, zwei Schliessen und Papierrückenschild (etwas fleckig). Erste im deutschen Sprachraum erschienene Ausgabe von Appians Geschichtswerk in der von Papst Nikolaus V. veranlassten Übersetzung des Humanisten Petrus Candidus Decembrius (1399-1477). Die Titeleinfassung der schön gedruckten Ausgabe ist bei Johnson Nr. 62 und Plugk-Harttung Nr. 52 verzeichnet und abgebildet. Die beiden Initialen stammen nach E. Thormählen (Gutenberg-Jahrbuch 1934, S. 154) von Gabriel Zehender. Die möglicherweise von Conrad Faber von Kreuznach geschnittene Druckermarke Schöffers zeigt einen Schäfer mit Herde in einer Wald- und Wiesenlandschaft (Wendland, Signete S. 226). - Teils mit schmalem und schwachem Wasserrand, die letzten Blätter mit kleiner Wurmspur in der oberen weissen Ecke, sonst schönes Exemplar. - First edition printed in the German language area in the 15th C. translation by Petrus Candidus Decembrio, carefully printed by Schöffer. - Partly with faint waterstaining, the last leaves with minor traces of worming to outer edges. Well preserved copy in the original binding. - VD16, A-3163; Adams A-1344; Hoffmann I, 216; Roth, Schöffer 127. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-05-28 06:50:02
VALLA (Giorgio).
(à la fin:) Argentine (Strasbourg), per Henricum Sybold, s.d. (c.1529). in-12. 39ff. (1f.blanc). Vélin de l'époque. Première Edition séparée. Originaire de Piacenza et ami de Léonard de Vinci, le savant humaniste Giorgio Valla (1447-1500) avait laissé à sa mort un grand ouvrage inédit qui fut publié par Alde l'année suivante (1501): "De expetendis et fugiendis rebus". Cette vaste encyclopédie couvrait toutes les disciplines avec d'importantes sections sur les sciences, notamment les mathématiques et la médecine. La présente édition reprend le texte du trentième chapitre de cette encyclopédie, clôturant la section consacrée à la médecine et dans lequel étaient énumérées 150 "questions naturelles". "The quaestiones can be divided into two groups: the first dealing with organic and non-organic nature (the sea, rain, plants, animals, etc.), the second with the humain being 'a capite ad calcem' and focusing on medicine, physiology and anatomy (where the human body is compared to that of the animals" (Ventura). Rare impression de Strasbourg. Le titre s'inscrit dans un bel encadrement gravé sur bois. Mouillures. Cf. Iolanda Ventura, "Quaestiones and Encyclopedias" in: "Schooling and Society: The Ordering and Reordering of Knowledge in the Western Middle Ages" (2004), pp.23-43.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-04-06 02:11:26
${2
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. Première édition parisienne duLibri de re rustica illustrée d'un titre-frontispice représentant une scène d'imprimerie, ainsi que diverses scènes mythologiques en encadrement. Une annotation manuscrite du temps sur la page de titre. Belles lettrines. Cette édition contientle glossaire de Giorgio Merula,les commentaires de Filippo Beroalda l'Ancien sur les treize livres de Columelle, ainsi quela table d'Alde Manuce sur la durée du jour et la taille des ombres portées, suivant les enseignements de Palladius. Troisième édition chez Josse Bade pour Macrobii Aurelii Theodosii Viri consularis, après celles de 1515 et 1519. Elle est suivie sous pagination particulière d'un opuscule de Censorin intitulé De die natali.Pagede titre-frontispice répétée.Lettrines identiques au texte précédent; un large bandeau représentant des astronomes, ainsi que plusieurs autres vignettes et schémas astronomiques in-texte. Une très importante carte de Macrobe représentant les zones climatiques. Reliure en plein vélin rigide crème d'époque. Dos à six nerfs. Titre à la plume contemporain de l'ouvrage dans le premier caisson et étiquette plus tardive dans le second. Restes de fermoirs. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouges.Quelques soulignements et annotations marginalesde l'époque.Quelques pâles mouillures et déchirures marginales sans manque. Une déchirure en coin sans perte de texte au feuillet miiii du second texte. Exemplaire … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-03-29 05:45:39
Della Valle, Battista (1470-1550)
[Colofón: Stampato in Venetia : per Nicolo d'Aristotile detto Zoppino, MDXXIX ]. [i.e. 1529].- // 8º, (150x104 mm).- [8], 72 h. [h. 71, con la marca tipográfica, ausente]; sign.: a8, A-H8, I8 [I8 con la marca tipográfica de Aristoteli representando a San Nicolas, ausente de este ejemplar]; frontispicio con orla xilográfica alegórica; iniciales xilográficas; 46 ilustraciones intercaladas en el texto, de ellas, 21 xilografías, de las que 10 a toda página, y 25 composiciones de formaciones militares realizadas con tipos de imprenta; cursiva romana.- // Encuadernación moderna (s. XX) en plena piel; lomo mudo de cuatro nervios decorado con filetes y pequeñas cruces gofradas; planos mudos, con orla y pequeños estandartes con sables cruzados gofrados. Interior limpio, sin anotaciones ni subrayados salvo exlibris en verso de la portada y en margen inferior de h. 41; papel de buena calidad, con muy leves rastros de humedad en h. finales. Conserva las cartulinas de antigua encuadernación dispuestas al final, para guardar los versos manuscritos de época en el recto del entonces plano trasero: 'Aspicite, o cives, senis Enni imaginis formam Hic vestrum panxit maxima facta patrum', correspondiente al epitafio de Ennio según lo trasladó Cicerón. ültima hoja, I8, con la marca tipográfica de Aristoteli representando a San Nicolas, ausente.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en verso de portada, 'Presto si nedera il segne del capitanjo francisco da bologna de larte del fortificare e dele bataglie, 1547'.- // Refs.: Brunet, V, 1063; Cockle, 765 .- // Publicada por primera vez en la inencontrable … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-03-23 19:54:04
Cambini Andrea
per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1529. 8vo (cm. 14,2), 97 cc. (i.e. 87), 1 c.nn. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e al verso della carta finale (unito) Giovio Paolo, Commentario de le cose de Turchi, di Paulo Iovio, Vescovo di Nocera, a Carlo Quinto Imperadore Augusto, (Venezia?), s.t. 1538, 36 cc.nn. Frontespizio entro graziosa cornice xilografica. Legatura in marocchino marrone scuro con cinque nervi e titolo impresso in oro al dorso (Chambolle-Duru). Tagli e dentelle dorate. Carte di guardia a pettine e segnalibro in seta. Margine superiore sobrio della seconda opera, ma esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. L’opera del Cambini è in prima edizione, quella del Giovio in terza. Entrambe molto rare. Camerini, 215.; Br. Libr., pp. 140 e 303. Non in Adams.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-03-10 11:25:43
ALBERTO DA PADOVA
Torino, Antonio Ranoto, 1529. In-4° piccolo (22 x 17), ff. (22)+CCCl num. al recto +(2). Bel frontespizio con cornice xilografica di tipo architettonico, piccola effigie di un monaco in alto entro un tondo; titoli con caratteri rossi e neri; piccole iniziali ornate. Caratteri romani di 2 corpi diversi. Leg. piena pergamena molle coeva, eseguita con foglio di antico manoscritto. Freschissimo esemplare intatto, nella sua legatura originale. (0006) Rara cinquecentina del tipografo torinese Antonio Ranoto, attivo tra il 1516 e il 1529. La bella cornice xilografica del frontespizio è la stessa che era già stata impiegata dal Porro nel 1527 per un'altra opera sempre di Alberto da Padova (Praeconum omnium in Evangelis...); come pure si ritrovano in ambedue le edizioni endecasillabi del P. agostiniano Augusto Maria Perachino (diversi tra di loro) come dedica al lettore. Da rilevare il fatto che in quest'edizione vi sono spesso citazioni di Erasmo nelle glosse marginali, e che nella prefazione del Perachino questi viene definito "Cicero Batavus" (il che testimonierebbe una certa inclinazione degli augustiniani verso l'erasmismo). Per l'opera di Alberto da Padova, agostiniano, nato nel 1287 e vissuto fino al terzo decennio del XIV sec., cfr. D.B.I., I/p.747. Sander, n.197; Bersano-Dondi, n.9 (ove è riprodotto il frontespizio).
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-02-28 22:44:58
Hortus sanitatis, sehr seltene Straßburger Ausgabe -
Straßburg, Beck. Ca. 29,5 x 19,2 cm. [140 (statt) 143] Bl. Gotische Type, 2 Spalten. Mit ca. 400 teils wiederholten Holzschnitten. Modernes Halbpergament unter Verwendung von älterer Papiermakulatur. Drei Blätter (s4, y5 und z6) auf altem Papier faksimiliert. Offenbar vollständig gewaschen, dennoch leicht gebräunt, teils fingerfleckig, teils wasserrandig (erste Bl. stärker). Einige Bl. mit deutlichen verbliebenen Spuren von ausgewaschenen (Tinten-?) flecken, an einer Stelle mit Verlust von 6 Buchstaben (Kopie anbei). Die letzten Blätter mit ausfasernder oberer Ecke. VD16 H 5125. Ritter, Repertoire bibliogr. Nr. 1205 (unter Hortus Sanitatis). Schreiber, Kräuterbücher S. XXVlll. Der „Hortus sanitatis", ein lateinisches Kräuterbuch, wurde erstmals 1491 in Mainz von Jacob Meydenbach gedruckt. Das Werk ist in fünf Abschnitte gegliedert: »De Herbis«, »De Animalibus« (Landtiere), »De Avibus« (Vögel und andere flugfähige Tiere), »De Piscibus« (Wassertiere) und als letzter Teil »De Lapidibus« (Edelsteine, Erze und Mineralien). Hier vorliegend eine von zwei Straßburger Ausgaben des Jahres 1529 (die andere bei Grüninger), welche den Kräuterbuchteil beiseite lassen und lediglich die Teile zwei bis fünf drucken. „Reinhard Beck übernahm 1511 die Pryssche Offizin, und er und Grüninger scheinen die alten, dem letzteren gehörenden Stöcke unter sich geteilt zu haben. Grüninger behielt nur diejenigen, die er zu Neuauflagen von Brunschwigs Destillierbuch brauchte, während Beck mit den übrigen und den Prysschen Bildern seine verschiedenen Hortus-Ausgaben druckte . Wahrscheinlich hatte bei der T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-02-26 10:27:04
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
At Malborow in the londe of Hesse: By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529], MDXXIX. XX daye Junij. [1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yok … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-26 10:27:04
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
At Malborow in the londe of Hesse: By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529], MDXXIX. XX daye Junij. [1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yok … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-26 10:27:04
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
At Malborow in the londe of Hesse: By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529], MDXXIX. XX daye Junij. [1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yok … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-26 10:27:04
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
At Malborow in the londe of Hesse: By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529], MDXXIX. XX daye Junij. [1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yok … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-26 10:27:04
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
At Malborow in the londe of Hesse: By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529], MDXXIX. XX daye Junij. [1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yoking together two … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-02-25 20:09:26
Erasmus Roterodamus (Desiderius)
By my Hans Luft [= Antwerp, Johan Hillen van Hoochstraten, 1529]. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION OF THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION of Erasmus' "Paraclesis". This first edition, the only English sixteenth century printing to include Luther's Commentary. Title within an elaborate woodcut border, historiated woodcut initial "L" coloured by hand, a second historiated initial "T" uncoloured. 8vo, bound in the original contemporary limp vellum with original deerskin or calf ties. [80] ff.(with the blanks A7-8 and I8 preserved]. A wonderful survival of an extremely rare book, complete, a very pleasing copy with some traces of use, slight mellowing or aging to the paper, an old unobtrusive dampstain towards the end of the volume. EXTREMELY RARE FIRST EDITION PRINTING IN ENGLISH, 1529, OF ONE OF THE CORNERSTONE WORKS IN THE HISTORY OF HUMANISM AND OF THE RENAISSANCE. TO OUR KNOWLEDGE, NO COPIES ARE EXTANT ON THE CONTINENT. Eramus's Paraclesis, or Exhortation, was prefaced to his 1516 edition of the New Testament in Greek with facing Latin translation. Made famous by his call for making the scriptures available and accessible to the unlearned, the Paraclesis also succinctly summarizes Erasmus's "philosophy of Christ. It's translation into English with the inclusion of the Luther commentary serves most probably to suggest that a reformist agenda was shared by each, uniting both men, 'a claim which the Paraclesis with its clarion call for change does not in fact belie; and it serves as a bold political end by yoking together two major antagonists so as to suggest unity between them. Probably fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-02-23 07:39:37
AURELIANUS, Caelius; ORIBASIUS
Henricus Petrus, 1529. FIRST EDITION Woodcut headpieces and initials. Early calf over marbled boards; interior very good, despite minor spotting. From the library of Kenneth Garth Huston Jr. with his bookplate and small stamp of the Wellcome Library (withdrawn) on the verso of the title page. First edition of a rare work by Soranus of Ephesus (2nd century) translated from the Greek into Latin by the Roman physician Caelius Aurelianus (fifth century). This work represents an extraordinary source of the views and principles of the ancient Methodist School, the group of physicians that developed the distinction between chronic and acute diseases and their respective treatment. Aurelianus is the most important source of knowledge for this ancient medical practice and it is largely due to him that the works by Soranus have survived. In the preface the author states that chronic disease requires only the expertise of the doctor combined with a wise use of dietetic and hygienic measures, as such ailments are unable to be healed by nature (or luck). He also expresses his disregard of superstitious beliefs when dealing with illness. "From a clinical point of view, the two works of Caelius Aurelianus represent the high-point of Graeco-Roman medical achievement." (Garrison-Morton). The work contains a very accurate description of epilepsy, including its comatose and convulsive forms and also a discussion on insanity called mania by the Greeks. Garrison defined this discussion as the "most sensible and humane treatment of insanity in antiquity." This edition also contains the Latin tra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg [US]
2018-02-12 00:42:47
PLINE le jeune / SUETONE / OBSEQUENS (J.)
Paris, Robert Estienne, 1529-1533. 2 parties en 1 vol. petit in-8°, demi-basane racinée, dos à nerfs avec titre doré. Reliure du début du XXe s., épidermures à un mors. Impression en car. rom. avec qq. passages en grec, lettres d'attente, marque de Robert Estienne sur le titre, (11) ff., (1) f. blanc, 224 ff.; 84 pp., (5) ff., (1) f. blanc. Signatures : *8 **4 [a-z]8 [A-E]8 ; [A-F]8. Quelques mouillures marginales dans la seconde partie, rousseurs uniformes. Première édition donnée par Robert Estienne des Lettres de Pline le jeune. Elle est assez rare. C'est cette édition qui a été utilisée en référence pour son Thesaurus latin de 1531. La seconde partie, qui comprend le De viris illustribus de Pline, le De claro grammaticis de Suetone et le Prodigiorum liber de Jules Obsequens se vendait à part. Dans notre exemplaire, cette seconde partie, avec un titre particulier est datée de 1533 (le premier tirage est de 1529). Renouard, Estienne, 31 et 39; Schreiber, 41; Moreau-Renouard III, 1888.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-02-09 16:56:49
Hortus sanitatis, sehr seltene Straßburger Ausgabe -
Straßburg, Beck. 1529 - Ca. 29,5 x 19,2 cm. [140 (statt) 143] Bl. Gotische Type, 2 Spalten. Mit ca. 400 teils wiederholten Holzschnitten. Modernes Halbpergament unter Verwendung von älterer Papiermakulatur. Drei Blätter (s4, y5 und z6) auf altem Papier faksimiliert. Offenbar vollständig gewaschen, dennoch leicht gebräunt, teils fingerfleckig, teils wasserrandig (erste Bl. stärker). Einige Bl. mit deutlichen verbliebenen Spuren von ausgewaschenen (Tinten-?) flecken, an einer Stelle mit Verlust von 6 Buchstaben (Kopie anbei). Die letzten Blätter mit ausfasernder oberer Ecke. VD16 H 5125. Ritter, Repertoire bibliogr. Nr. 1205 (unter Hortus Sanitatis). Schreiber, Kräuterbücher S. XXVlll. Der „Hortus sanitatis", ein lateinisches Kräuterbuch, wurde erstmals 1491 in Mainz von Jacob Meydenbach gedruckt. Das Werk ist in fünf Abschnitte gegliedert: »De Herbis«, »De Animalibus« (Landtiere), »De Avibus« (Vögel und andere flugfähige Tiere), »De Piscibus« (Wassertiere) und als letzter Teil »De Lapidibus« (Edelsteine, Erze und Mineralien). Hier vorliegend eine von zwei Straßburger Ausgaben des Jahres 1529 (die andere bei Grüninger), welche den Kräuterbuchteil beiseite lassen und lediglich die Teile zwei bis fünf drucken. „Reinhard Beck übernahm 1511 die Pryssche Offizin, und er und Grüninger scheinen die alten, dem letzteren gehörenden Stöcke unter sich geteilt zu haben. Grüninger behielt nur diejenigen, die er zu Neuauflagen von Brunschwigs Destillierbuch brauchte, während Beck mit den übrigen und den Prysschen Bildern seine verschiedenen Hortus-Ausgaben druckte . Wahrscheinlic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
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2018-02-01 22:50:24
[Regra dos Monges da Ordem de Cristo, extraída e baseda na Magna Ordem de S. Bento, manuscrita em pergaminho do final do século xv ou inicio do século xvi] 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. Os últimos 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 latim sobre 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-01-24 23:48:19
HAIMO AUTISSIODORENSIS MONACHUS
Colonia, ex officina Eucharij Ceruicorni, 1529. In-8°; 276 cc. non numerate; carta lievemente brunita. Bella legatura coeva parlante in tutto marocchino nocciola, doppia cornice con triplo filetto ed elementi floreali a secco, losanga centrale di foglie e ramoscelli in oro contenente il titolo sul piatto anteriore e l?immagine della Fortuna con la vela sul retro; pochi trascurabili segni di tarlo, cuffie leggermente consumate. Firma di possesso tardo cinquecentesca (Claudii Dactyli) sul contropiatto posteriore. Esemplare proveniente dalla bilioteca Novacco (ex libris). Significativo esempio di legatura rinascimentale bolognese di gusto veneziano, eseguita probabilmente dal "secondo Maestro alla vignette". De Marinis al nø 3061 bis censisce come bolognese una legatura eseguita con ferri molto simili a quelli qui utilizzati, correggendo Gumuchian che l?aveva illustrata e catalogata (nø 63), come veneziana. L'editore confonde l'autore dei commenti biblici, il monaco di Auxerre fiorito nell'ottavo secolo, con il contemporaneo e omonimo vescovo di Halberstadt, anch'egli esegeta. La firma di possesso sul risguardo posteriore è quella di Claudio Dattilo, sacerdote romano, bibliofilo e corrispondente di Federico Borromeo, cui don• un codice per la neonata Biblioteca Ambrosiana nel 1623. Molti dei suoi libri sono oggi nella Biblioteca Diocesana di Siena. 8°; 276 ll.; lightly browned. Elegant contemporary light-brown morocco (untouched), triple-fillet gilt double panel with blind-tooled floral pieces, gilt central wreath with title on frontal cover and Fortuna with a sail on rear (a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum
2018-01-12 08:45:24
COMMINES, PHILIPPE de.
Paris, 1529 (Colophon: 24 Mars 1524 pour Francoys Regnault) - Colophon: 2. Daoust (August) pour maistre Enguillebert de Marnef, 1524. Large 4to. (27 x 20 cm.). Contemp. full calf. Panelled covers with blindtooled rolls, inner panel with cornerpieces and in the middle an oval arabesque medaillon. 5 raised bands. Upper and lower compartments of spine repaired. 2 small nicks at bands on spine. light wear along fronthinge. Corners neathly repaired. Collation (Cronique et Histoire): Title-page with large and broad ornamental woodcut borders consisting of 6 pieces. A large printers woodcut device. Ff (4) + Ff 106. Colophon on folio CVI (106, some misfoliation - signatures correct). - Collation (Croniques Charles VIII): Title-page printed in red and black inside large ornamental woodcut borders. In the middle printers woodcut device.Ff (4) + Ff 54. Colophon on LIIII (54 - many misfoliations - signatures correct). On F (4) Arms of France in a large woodcut. Some annotations in a contemporary hand. - Both work with many large initials in woodcut. Lower margins throughout browned and with some repairs, some leaves in the middle having some heavy wormtracts in lower margins. Some corners at end restored. In the second work a wormtract in outer margins, but decreasing toward end. Upper right corners with a faint dampstain. ¶ Scarce early editions of these works that only later obtained the name of "Memoires", and they are a major primary source for 15th century European history. Commines is called "the first critical and philosophical historian since classical times" and "the first t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2018-01-06 23:03:44
BIBLIA GERMANICA - NEUE TESTAMENT.
(Leipzig, Schumann, 1529) - Colophon: Gedruckt zu Leyptzick durch Valten Schuman(n) des Jars, M,.D. xxix. Small 8vo. Contemp. full calf. Covers richly blindtooled, panelled and with decorative rolls. Clasps missing. Old rebacking to spine. Raised bands. Some cracks to leather along bands. Endpapers renewed. Woodcut title-page with large coat of arms. (24),416 leaves. Many large woodcut initials. 7 full-page woodcuts and more than 20 3/4-page woodcuts. First and last leaf reinforced in inner margins. A few leaves with faint dampstains. otherwise fine. ¶ Very scarce Leipzig-edition of Emser's controversial translation of The New Testament as he was in oppostion to the Martin Luther, especially his translation of the same, 1522. "I never thought", observed Luther, "that Emser had been so venomous as I now see he is. He knows better than he writes, which I easely perceive in his New Testament, where he was compelled to make use of my translation. But to preserve Duke Georg's favour he occasionally altered words against his conscience, but that master whom he serves will pay his wages."Adams B, 1780.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2017-12-23 10:10:48
ALBERTO DA PADOVA
Torino, Antonio Ranoto, 1529. In-4° piccolo (22 x 17), ff. (22)+CCCl num. al recto +(2). Bel frontespizio con cornice xilografica di tipo architettonico, piccola effigie di un monaco in alto entro un tondo; titoli con caratteri rossi e neri; piccole iniziali ornate. Caratteri romani di 2 corpi diversi. Leg. piena pergamena molle coeva, eseguita con foglio di antico manoscritto. Freschissimo esemplare intatto, nella sua legatura originale. (0006) Rara cinquecentina del tipografo torinese Antonio Ranoto, attivo tra il 1516 e il 1529. La bella cornice xilografica del frontespizio è la stessa che era già stata impiegata dal Porro nel 1527 per un'altra opera sempre di Alberto da Padova (Praeconum omnium in Evangelis...); come pure si ritrovano in ambedue le edizioni endecasillabi del P. agostiniano Augusto Maria Perachino (diversi tra di loro) come dedica al lettore. Da rilevare il fatto che in quest'edizione vi sono spesso citazioni di Erasmo nelle glosse marginali, e che nella prefazione del Perachino questi viene definito "Cicero Batavus" (il che testimonierebbe una certa inclinazione degli augustiniani verso l'erasmismo). Per l'opera di Alberto da Padova, agostiniano, nato nel 1287 e vissuto fino al terzo decennio del XIV sec., cfr. D.B.I., I/p.747. Sander, n.197; Bersano-Dondi, n.9 (ove è riprodotto il frontespizio). INTERNET/00006
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2017-12-14 22:31:25
Aurelianus, Caelius
Basileae: Henricus Petrus, 1529. Quarto. [20], 345 (i.e. 247]. A rare work translated originally from the Greek into Latin in the 5th century but only one copy survived and that copy was translated into this edition in 1529. The original complete manuscript has disappeared (though three pages survived and appeared 38 years ago in a library at Zwickau). The editor, Johannes Sichart, acknowledges the assistance of Janus Cornarius in his dedicatory epistle. The contents are identified in Paul Lehmann's Johannes Sciharus (Munich, 1911), p. 216-218. This edition also contains Latin versions of writings by the 4th century Greek physician to the Emperor Julian (the Apostate) Oribasius, including the first appearance of his Euporista, a collection of medical advice for travelers. Oribasius was physician to the Emperor Julian (the Apostate). These also are first editions of the Latin text. Garrison-Morton 1959.1 Norman. Jeremy Norman writes: "From a clinical point of view, the two works of Caelius Aurelianus .represent the high-point of Graeco-Roman medical achievement." He further notes: The Greek physician Soranus of Ephesus, . rejected the theory of humors in favor of one based on automatism; it was this school that first developed the useful distinction between chronic and acute diseases." Complete editions of the 1529 edition have become uncommon. Bound in 3/4 vellum over decorative paper covered boards spine lettering in ink, lower page corners with some dampstaining. A very good copy.
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2017-11-16 16:18:27
Menghi, Girolamo
2 Tle. in 1 Band. 8 Bll., 346 (von 350), 100 (von 102) S., 1 Bl. Restaurierter Lederband d. Zt. 14,5 x 10 cm. Vgl. Rosenthal 2227. - Eine von mehreren exorzistischen Schriften des Minoritenpaters Menghi (lat. Hieronymus Mengus 1529-1609), die teils noch bis ins 18. Jahrhundert aufgelegt wurden. - Es fehlen die S. 81/82 und 175/176 im ersten und S. 65/66 im zweiten Teil. - Mit gest. Exlibris der "Bibliotheca Reuterholmiana", der Sammlung des einflussreichen schwedischen Grafen, Freimaurers und Staatsmannes Gustaf Adolf Reuterholm (1756-1813). - Name auf Titel, teilweise etwas eng beschnitten, etwas gebräunt, teilweise schwach wasserrandig, zwischen den beiden Teilen ein handschriftliches Blatt gebunden.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
2017-11-13 15:41:55
RUPERTUS DI DEUTZ.
(Franz. Birckmann),, (Colonia), 1529. Cc. (4) lxxxvii (1). Doppio medaglione al frontespizio e grande ex libris cardinalizio. Unito a: RUPERTUS DI DEUTZ. De Divinis Officjs Libri XII. Coloniam, Arnolt Birckman, 1532. Cc. (2) clxvii. Grande marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bei capolettera istoriati. Due opere in un volume di cm. 30, legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena floscia. Qualche macchietta alla legatura e forellini di tarlo limitati a 3/4 carte una porzione rimossa al margine bianco del primo frontespizio (per togliere una firma di possesso), peraltro esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ruperto di Deutz (Liegi, ca. 1076 – Deutz, 4 marzo 1129) fu un teologo benedettino e un esegeta biblico. Nella prima opera Ruperto tenta di penetrare il significato della storia del mondo nell'ambito della tendenza generale del momento che voleva il senso ultimo della storia come la costruzione progressiva della chiesa. Nella seconda si espone la teoria della simultanea presenza, nell'Eucarestia, dell'umanità di Cristo e della sostanza del pane (impanazione). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2017-11-04 13:49:35
Ferdinand I., röm.-dt. Kaiser (1503-1564).
Innsbruck, 22. I. 1529. - 1 S. Qu.-folio. Mehrfach gefaltet und mit Adresse. An die Geistlichkeit im Fürstentum ob der Enns mit der Mitteilung, daß in einer Ratssitzung am zweiten Fastensonntag d. J. Kaspar von Schallenberg und Georg Siegharter als Kommissare für das Fürstentum bestellt worden seien. - Mit Siegelrest.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2017-11-04 10:08:03
DANTE ALIGHIERI.
[Stampato in Venetia in per Iacob del Burgofranco, pavese. Ad instantia del nobile messere Lucantonio giunta, fiorentino, 1529 a di XXIII di genaro], in folio, cartonatura settecentesca staccata dal corpo del volume, carte [5], CCXCIII. Con una xilografia a piena pagina c. BB6v e decine di piccole xilografie all'inizio dei canti (2 di maggiori dimensioni). Modesto esemplare scompleto: mancano: il fascicolo iniziale AA6 (front. illustrato in xilografia compreso) e le carte BB2, L6 e L7 (che recava il colophon finale). Carte iniziali e finali sciolte e sgualcite, con qualche mancanza marginale. Qualche gora. Alcune della carte mancanti sono fornite in fotocopia. Essling 542. Choix, 4402.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2017-10-28 05:16:50
Cambini, Andrea. 1445/1460-1527.
Liberedi di Philippo di Giunta, Florence. (16.5 x 10 cm), 97 leaves [194 pp.], woodcut device on title page and end leaf, recent full vellum, lightly soiled, title inscribed on raised spine, several old marginalia, some foxing, small corner restoration to first few leaves, marginal restorations to title page, bookplate verso front cover. The work has frequently been printed in the various editions of Sansovino and is also found in collected editions of Giovio’s Commentario. There is no difference in any of these editions which all end with Selim’s conquest of Egypt in 1517. Cambini was active in Florentine political life until 1498. The Commentario (1529) was published posthumously by Giunta who dedicated it to Andrea Cambini’s son Girolamo. According to Runciman, Cambini consulted survivors of the siege of Constantinople for information for this important work, which was followed in 1541 by a similar work by Paolo Giovio; both works were often published together in later editions. Göllner writes that the work is of particular interest because of the description it gives of events at the turn of the 16th century and for the interesting details that are given about the Ottoman and Venetian connections. This is an important work on the Turkish Empire up to 1517. The description of the siege of Constantinople is apparently based on first-hand accounts given by survivors [Atabey]. Cambini belonged to a group of 16th century Italian historians, which included Paolo Giovio and Giovanni Menavino. They openly praised the Ottoman dynasty’s organisation and behaviour. Cambini’s work … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: FOLIOS LIMITED [London, United Kingdom]
2017-10-28 04:21:14
Cambini Andrea
per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta, 1529. 8vo (cm. 14,2), 97 cc. (i.e. 87), 1 c.nn. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e al verso della carta finale (unito) Giovio Paolo, Commentario de le cose de Turchi, di Paulo Iovio, Vescovo di Nocera, a Carlo Quinto Imperadore Augusto, (Venezia?), s.t. 1538, 36 cc.nn. Frontespizio entro graziosa cornice xilografica. Legatura in marocchino marrone scuro con cinque nervi e titolo impresso in oro al dorso (Chambolle-Duru). Tagli e dentelle dorate. Carte di guardia a pettine e segnalibro in seta. Margine superiore sobrio della seconda opera, ma esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. L’opera del Cambini è in prima edizione, quella del Giovio in terza. Entrambe molto rare. Camerini, 215.; Br. Libr., pp. 140 e 303. Non in Adams.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-10-24 17:53:51
TORY Geoffroy
Gourmont Gilles de, 1529. in-4 (245x172 mm.), ff. (8), 80, legatura 700esca in pergamena. Impresso in caratteri romani e con varie parole in greco, illustrato da 116 straordinarie figure in silografia, inoltre su sei fogli sono illustrate le lettere di 13 diversi alfabeti: ebraico, greco, di fantasia e cifrati. Titolo racchiuso in bordura figurata, che include l'impresa tipografica di Tory. Altra grande marca dello stesso stampatore e colophon al recto dell'ultimo foglio. Edizione originale del notissimo trattato di calligrafia e tipografia, in cui con grande arte e fantasia il Tory illustra in forma assai personale le proprie idee e regole sulla grammatica e l'ortografia del francese a inizio XVI secolo, sull'origine e lo sviluppo del carattere romano e, per terminare, analizza la costruzione dei vari alfabeti. G. Tory, incisore, calligrafo, tipografo francese (Bourges ca. 1480-Parigi ca. 1533), studiò a Roma e a Bologna, quindi insegnò a Parigi letteratura e filosofia curando nel contempo edizioni di opere erudite, tra cui il De re aedificatoria di Leon Battista Alberti (1512) e numerosi Libri d'ore. Con la sua opera di illustratore e di calligrafo promosse in Francia il passaggio dalla scrittura gotica ai caratteri rinascimentali per cui disegnò numerosi alfabeti. Il Champfleury, è uno dei più famosi e rari figurati del rinascimento francese. Esemplare assai puro e bello (tre antiche firme di appartenenza sul titolo). PRIMA EDIZIONE del piu celebre libro illustrato del Rinascimento francese, ideato sulla scorta di Pacioli (1509) e Duerer (1525) per celebrare l'origine e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2017-10-21 20:00:57
GAZA, Teodoro
Curione, 1529. In -4°, cc. 164 (i.e. 165, la carta 90 è ripetuta nella numerazione), 1; marche al frontespizio e alla fine. Testo greco e latino. Strappo riparato al frontespizio; fori di tarlo all'interno (non sul testo).
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2017-10-17 07:03:33
DEMOSTHENES.
8. 88 nn. Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und mehreren fig. Initialen. Ldr.-Bd. über drei Bünde. Vors. erneuert. VD 16, D 497 BM STC, German Books S. 239 Adams D 287 Panzer VII, 98, 248 - Erste lateinische Ausgabe in Melanchthons Übersetzung. - Enthält 2 Reden des Demosthenes gegen den athenischen Tyrannenmörder Aristogeiton in Griechisch und Latein sowie einen Brief Melanchthons an Matthaeus von Wallenrode. - Die ornament. Titelbordüre zeigt mehrere kleine Narrenköpfe. Im unteren Mittelfeld ein Monogramm "J. S." des Druckers. - First Latin translation by Melanchthon. With woodcut title-border and figural woodcut initials. - Beigeb.: BUDÉ, Guillaume. Gulielmi Budaei de contemptu fortuitatum Libri tres. In eosdem annotationes ipso opere nominus doctae ac insignes. (Argentorati, apud Georgium Vlricherum, mense martio 1529/Strasburg, Georg Ulricher 1529). 64 num. Bll., 72 num Bll. (Annotationes), 10 Bll. (Index). (A-R8, S10) Mit fig. Holzschn.-Titelbordüre u. Initialen. - Frühes philosophisches Werk des großen französ. Humanisten Guillaume Bude (1468-1540). Die Erstausgabe war 1520 in Paris erschienen. "Livre de sagesse dans lequel Bude medite sur le theme de la chance et sur les obligations du philosophe chretien en face de la bonne et mauvaise fortune" (Cat. Paris 1968). vgl. Adams B-3116. Letztes Bl. randrissig, ohne Textverl.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2017-10-16 14:43:31
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2017-10-16 13:44:44
SAINT AUGUSTIN - ERASME
bâle Johann Froben 1529 -in-folio plein-veau 2 Parties en 1 Volume, reliure plein veau brun raciné in-folio (binding full calfskin in-folio) (37,6 x 26 cm), RELIURE D'EPOQUE avec le dos entièrement restauré au 19ème, dos à nerfs (spine with raised band) décoré "or" et à froid (gilt and blind stamping decoration), auteur et titre frappés "or" avec filet "or" de part et d'autre, filet "or" en place des nerfs avec un filet or et un filet à froid de part et d'autre des nerfs, filet or en tête et en pied, plats avec les armoiries "or" (au centre) de Claude PELLOT, 1er Président au Parlement de Normandie (Ex-Libris aux mêmes Armes gravées sur cuivre en noir à l'envers du titre), roulette "or" sur les coupes avec manque de dorure (blurred gilding) et manque de cuir, toutes tranches lisses jaspées rouges, Ex-Libris gravé en noir sur sur papier velin crème au dos de la couverture : aux armes de LE FILLEUL des GUERROTS, Chateau des Guerrots [ Heugleville sur Scie (Seine-Maritime, Normandie, France)] + Ex-Libris : "Ex libris Monasterii Sanctae Mariae de Petra Gyrante"Abbaye Sainte-Marie de la Pierre-qui-Vire (Congrégation des Bénédictins de Subiaco) illustré en rouge sur etiquette crème , Texte en Latin, sans illustrations (no illustration) excepté une marque de l'Editeur FROBEN en bas du titre gravée sur bois en noir et la même en fin de volume (même chose pour la 2ème partie) + orné de Lettrines historiées (and illuminated of dropped initials) gravées sur bois en noir, (24 + 596 [i.e. 610] + [2]) + (190 p. d' INDEX) pages, 1529 Basileae : [Johann Froben], (Basileae : in offic … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Guimard [Nantes, France]
2017-10-16 13:44:35
TRISSINO, [GIOVANNI GIORGIO].
Venice: Tolomeo Janicolo(1529). Sm. folio, polished black 19th century calf with blind cover decoration; applied labels on the spine. The bottom margin of two leaves are shaved, affecting the last line of text; the final leaf lightly spotted. An attractive copy of a TYPOGRAPHICALLY SIGNIFICANT book.The second edition of Trissino's letter to the Pope offering suggestions for orthographic reform of the Italian language, along with the First Edition of his more important Dubbii Grammaticali in which these proposed changes are spelled out. With Janicolo's Golden Fleece device on the title-page with the initials PT and IA on either side of the tree [there are two states of the printer's device]. The works are printed in Lodovico degli Arrighi's first italic type, the font used for the first edition printed by Arrighi in Rome in 1524. According to Mortimer, "For the purpose of printing Trissino's text, Arrighi added to his italic the new characters proposed by Trissino for the Italian alphabet."[i.e. differentiating between the open and closed "o" and "e" and by using Greek omega and epsilon; the replacement of consonantal "i" and "u" by "j" and "v," and a distinction between hard and soft."] Nothing is known of Arrighi after the sack of Rome. Subsequently, Trissino presented the font matrices to Janicolo in Vicenza, to be used in the printing of this edition, which was written in response to attacks on his proposed reforms. A handsome book!See: Mortimer/Italian 507 [with two illustrations]. Adams T-951. Johnson. Type Designs. 103.; PRINTED IN ARRIGHI'S FIRST ITALIC TYPE
Bookseller: The Book Block [Boynton Beach, Florida, UNITED STATES]
2017-10-16 13:06:14
TRISSINO GIOVAN GIORGIO.
Vicenza, Tolomeo Ianiculo, 1529. In - 8ø, 52 cc.; legatura settecentesca in tutta pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Marca tipografica sull'ultima carta. Una piccola macchia sulla prima carta e un'altra alla bb IV, ma per il resto bell'esemplare. Prima e rara edizione delle Rime, stampata con i caratteri che il Trissino fece eseguire da Ludovico Arrighi Vicentino. In questa edizione figurano nuove lettere: le vocali "e" e "o" sono contraddistinte da lettere greche; la "ch" Š sostituita dalla "k", segni che secondo il Trissino dovevano servire per una nuova scrittura ortofonetica. Quest'operetta scaten• la polemica con l'Accademia senese, affiancata da Claudio Tolomei, sostenitore degli autori toscani contro le opinioni del Trissino (che sosteneva una lingua formata dagli elementi comuni a tutte le parlate dei letterati della penisola), intorno ai quattro sonetti, facenti parte delle Rime che i detrattori del poeta vicentino dissero essere stati copiati da quelli del poeta trecentista Bonaccorsi da Montemagno. Questa opinione attizz• le polemiche che si riaccesero quando il Maffei nel 1720 cur• l'edizione trissiniana stampata in Verona. Nel 1876 il Carducci, nei suoi Ricordi filologici, fece il punto sulla polemica avendo la possibilit... di poter rintracciare un codicetto, effettivamente trecentesco, del Buonaccorsi, dove le rime avevano stile diverso da quelle pubblicate dal Trissino. Gamba 1712. Morsolin, Trissino, p.183 e segg. Ascarelli - Menato, pp. 463 - 464 (per lo stampatore).
Bookseller: Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 12:49:31
THEOPHRASTOS, Eresios
Bookseller: Libreria Brighenti [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2017-10-16 12:09:39
APPIANUS ALEXANDRINUS.
With rich architectural woodcut title border showing Schöffer's device and monogram "I.S." in lower part, some woodcut floral or figured initials, and large woodcut printer's device at the end. 14 unn. leaves (last blank), 723, (1) pp. 4to. Contemp. richly blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, spine on four raised bands, 2 brass clasps (somewhat rubbed). (Mainz, Johann Schöffer, 15 August 1529). First Appian edition printed in Germany. The Roman history was originally written in Greek, when Appian lived in Rome at the times of Hadrianus and Antonius Pius. The work was translated into Latin by the Italian scholar Pier Candido Decembrio (1399-1477) at the request of Pope Niccoló V in 1450; he took more than four years to finish this task. His translation, dedicated to King Alphons II of Naples and Sicily (1448-1495), was first printed in 1472. The present rare Schöffer edition is highly regarded for its splendid quality of printing; appropriately, the impressum contains an allusion to the invention of the art of printing by Schöffer's predecessor. - Old ownership entry "Ex Bibliotheca Rhumeliana" and other inscription on first paste-down, some old ms. marginal notes or underlinings; quire Q bound before quire P, some slight browning, paper on lower inner hinge split. - VD 16 A 3163; Adams A-1344; STC (German), 38; Index aurel. 106.552; Hoffmann I, 216 ("Schöner, u. fast splendider, Dr. u. Pap. Sehr selten"); Graesse I, 169. HISTORY (KULTURGESCHICHTE) ; CLASSICS
Bookseller: Schumann [CH]
2017-10-16 12:06:52
(Herp, Henricus, O.F.M.).
(Herp, Henricus, O.F.M.). In Vineggia per Nicolo d' Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529. Specchio della perfettione humana opera divotissima e necessaria ad ogni fidel christiano historiata. Item sub pena excomunicationis late sententie come nel breue appare. (In fine:) Impresso in Vineggia per Nicolo d' Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1529. In - 8°, leg. recente in pergamena antica. 144 ff. (per errore l' ultimo è numerato 143). Carattere romano, alcune iniziali ornate, frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero. L' opera contiene 5 illustrazioni incise in legno a piena pagina: Cristo in gloria (sul frontespizio e al verso delle stesso f.), Cristo che porta la croce (f. 87), e Cristo deposto nel sepolcro (f. 50, ripetuta nel f. 123); effigie d S. Nicola al verso dell' ultimo foglio. Esemplare ben conservato di questo raro libro figurato. Sander, 3379. Olschki, Choix de livres rares, 4659. Manca all' Esling.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari [IT]
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