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2012-07-19 04:13:05
TITELMAN Franciscus
Antverpiae (Anvers): Apud Michaelem Hillenium, 1529. Fine. Apud Michaelem Hillenium, Antverpiae (Anvers) 1529, Pet. in 8 (10x16cm), 256f.n.p., relié. - Second edition, rare, after the original was published in 1528 (Nijhoff and Kronenberg, van Nederlandsche bibliography 1500 to 1540, Volume I, no. 2039). Absent the French catalog, a copy in the British Library, but nothing in the British catalogs. As a framing engraved on bois.Exemplaire settled, the capital letters are accented with chocolate jaune.Plein Calf contemporary. Back again in the twentieth siècle.Franciscus Hasseltensis, 1502-1537 born in Hasselt. Theologian, philosopher, Titelman joined the Franciscan order and the Capuchins. Long teacher, He is famous for his controversy with Erasmus, defending the highest exegetical methods against those of humanism new. His works of exegesis reflecting orthodoxy, some retain a certain success, Charles was one of his regular readers and was the largest case of this particular reading of the Epistles of St. Paul. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition, rare, après l'originale parue en 1528 (Nijhoff et Kronenberg, Nederlandsche bibliographie van 1500 to 1540, tome I, no. 2039). Absente aux catalogue français, un exemplaire à la British Library, mais rien dans les catalogues britanniques. Titre dans un encadrement gravé sur bois. Exemplaire réglé,dont les majuscules sont rehaussées de jaune. Reliure en plein veau chocolat d'époqu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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2012-06-29 19:30:49
Guillaume de LORRIS et Jean de MEUNG
1529. .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 et charnières fragiles.Mors supérieur ouvert. Petit manque de cuir à l'angle de la coiffe supérieure.Court de marge dans le haut du texte. Livres
Bookseller: Librairie Laurencier [Bordeaux, AQUIT, France]
2012-06-23 08:09:44
BUECHSENMEYSTEREI
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's ingredients. The work also contains a formula for blessing a gun. The anonymous author discusses the heavy demand fo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-05-23 16:50:29
Augsburg (Early Modern Medicine)
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’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 p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rodger Friedman Rare Book Studio
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2012-05-17 20:30:36
Erasmus, Desiderius (Erasme)
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.
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2012-03-22 17:29:22
PARACELSUS
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. .
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-02-05 21:45:43
Luther, Martin
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 -
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2011-10-04 15:34:22
Cordus, Euricius
. 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 Veröffentl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat für Medizin - Fritz-Dieter S
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2011-09-25 00:21:10
Cordus, Euricius
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 k … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiq. F.-D. Söhn - Medicusbooks.Com [Marburg, Germany]
2010-08-19 05:52:07
DANTE (ALIGHIERI).:
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.
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2010-03-22 22:45:16
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.
Bookseller: Bromer Booksellers
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2008-10-15 16:25:10
Galenus
Basel, Cratander 1529. 33 cm. (32), 553, (1) Blatt mit Druckermarke auf Titel und am Schluß, vierteilige Textbordüre (Bl. 1r) in Metallschnitt von Jakob Faber und zahlreiche Initialen. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit mit Blattweisern - VD16 G 124 - Durling 1784 - Wellcome I, 2511 - Hieronymus, Griech. 327 - "Auf über 550 Blatt, d.h. auf über 1100 Folioseiten haben der Basler Buchdrucker Cratander und sein Herausgeber, der Basler Arzt Andreas Leennius, zu einem der ersten Basler Drucke griechischer Medizin 27 Schriften Galens in lateinischen Übersetzungen von neun verschiedenen Übersetzern vereinigt: von Erasmus von Rotterdam (3 Schriften), Thomas Linacre (6), Guilielmus Copus (Wilhelm Kopp aus Basel), Lorenzo Lorenziano(1), Niccolò Leoniceno (6), Antoine Fortoul (2), Theodoricus Gaudanus (d.i. Theodoricus Gerardus: 2), Ionas Philologus (d.i. Johannes Guinterius von Andernach (1), Giovanpietro Valla (in Übersetzung von Giorgio Valla). Gegenüber den älteren lateinischen Gesamtausgaben von Venedig 1490 und 1502 mit Übersetzungen aus dem Arabischen, aber auch noch denen von Pavia 1515/16 und Venedig 1522 und 1528 bietet Cratanders Druck somit verdienstvoll den neusten Stand der Galenübersetzung." (ausführlich Hieronymus). Die Metallschnitt-Bordüre wird von Nagler III, 2302 irrig Hans (= Johann) Frank zugeschrieben (ausführlich: Thieme / Becker 11, 152). Deckel mit Buntpapier neu bezogen, Vorsätze erneuert, durchgehend Wurmlöcher und Feuchtigkeitsspuren an den Blatträndern, erste 13 und letzte 16 Blatt unterer Rand bzw. Ecke ergänzt, Titel Verlust des Verlegernamens. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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