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        Conciliorum quatuor generalium. Tomus primus (-secundus). Cologne, (Peter Quentel, March) 1530.

      1530. Folio (230 x 334 mm). (14), LXXXIV, II, LXXXV-CCXCVII (but: 300) ff. (4), CXCIX (but: 197) ff., last bl. f. Title page printed in red and black. With a full-page woodcut portrait and numerous initials. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards on four raised bands. Ms. title to spine; 2 clasps. Second edition of the collection of Council reports, "la première qui ait été éditée" (Hoefer, NBG XXXV, 82). With woodcut portrait of Emperor Charles IV at the end of pt. 1 (as always, one coat of arms stopped out during printing). - Contemp. ms. ownership note on t. p. overwritten in 17th century. A few contemp. marginalia and underlinings near beginning. Slight worming to front cover. A fine copy. The roll-tools display a hunter with bow and arrow, hidden in the foliage, and the probably apotropaic motif of a demon sitting on a chamber pot, holding up a mirror. From the collection of Franke Parker, Rector of Luffincott, Devon, and bequeathed by him to the Bishopric of Cornwall (cf. the bookplate on front pastedown): thus, in 1883 the volume was acquired by Henry Phillpotts, the Bishop of Exeter (then administrating Cornwall); his library was dispersed in 2006. VD 16, M 4842. Adams C 2766. BM-STC German 225. Sawicki 288. Schulte III/1, 93.

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        La Historia que escrivió en latín el poeta Lucano: trasladada en castellano por Martin Lasso de Oropesa, secretario de la excellente señora marquesa del Zenete, condesa de Nassou. Con privilegio que ninguno otro la imprima ni venda.

      Sans lieu, ni nom d'imprimeur ni date (Anvers?, c.1530). - in-folio. 8ff. 225pp. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un encadrement à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque). Rarissime Edition Originale en Espagnol de la célèbre "Pharsale" du poète et historien Lucain (39-65), neveu de Sénèque et né comme lui à Cordoue. Cette traduction en prose, due à Martín Lasso de Oropesa, demeura jusqu'en 1684 la seule version espagnole de Lucain et elle fut réimprimée à diverses reprises dans le cours du 16e siècle. "Lucain se place dans la lignée des écrivains espagnols de Rome. D'une œuvre abondante, voire considérable, touchant les genres les plus divers, poèmes de fantaisie, tragédie, ballets-pantomimes., il ne reste qu'une épopée en dix chants, La Pharsale, récit de la guerre civile menée entre César et Pompée" (Encyclopædia Universalis). Exemplaire lavé, un peu court de marges avec quelques réparations marginales, taches et traces d'humidité. Il porte diverses marques d'appartenance anciennes: l'ex-libris manuscrit de Alonso del Rincón, avec quelques lignes autographes de sa belle écriture humanistique dans le corps de l'ouvrage; l'ex-libris manuscrit d'un docteur daté de 1600; et enfin celui d'un certain Bartolomé de Cardenas. Palau, 143291: "Primera edición castellana. Es en prosa y se supone impresa en Flandes hacia 1530. Ha figurado en antiguos catalogos madrileños pero actualmente es rara. Existe en el Museo Británico". Catalogue des livres de Laserna-Santander, 2987: "Edition très rare". Gallardo, no. 2617. Heredia, no. 1550. Morante, Cat., 4409. Peeters-Fontainas, Impressions, I, no. 728. Penney, p. 319. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Germaniae ex variis scriptoribus perbrevis explicatio. Augsburg, Heirich Stainer, 1530.

      1530. 8vo. Modern boards covered with brown marbled paper. Printed title within broad woodcut ornamented border with five dancing putti in the lower section; 2 woodcut historiated initials. (36) lvs., including the last blank; collation: A-D8, E4. Rare first edition of this interesting treatise, printed throughout in Italic, on the geography of Germany, including large parts of Europe: the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, and parts of eastern Europe, where 'Germans' lived or had been living. At the end is an account of Hispaniola and the newly discovered continent of America, which is here called 'Santa Martha'. Mexico and Temistitan are mentioned and not far from there, the island Yucatan and other newly found islands ('à qua etiam non longe remota est insula Iucatan cum aliis nuper repertum'). - At the same time an edition was published in Nürnberg by Petreius (VD16 P-2905); at least 10 further editions appeared in the course of the 16th century. - Willibald Pirckheimer (1470-130) was a German Renaissance lawyer, author and Renaissance humanist, a wealthy and prominent figure in Nuremberg in the 16th century, and a member of the governing City Council for two periods. He was the closest friend of the artist Albrecht Dürer who made a number of portraits of him, and a close friend of the great humanist and theologian Erasmus. Pirckheimer was educated in Italy, studying law at Padua and Pavia for seven years. He was a member of a group of Nuremberg humanists including Conrad Celtis, Sebald Schreyer, and Hartmann Schedel (author of the Nuremberg Chronicle). He also was consulted by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on literary matters. He translated many classical texts into German (as well as Greek texts into Latin), and was a believer in translating 'by the sense' rather than over-literally, a great question of the day. Among other works, he edited and had published an edition of Ptolemy's Geographia in 1525 (reprinted in 1535, 1540 and 1541), which greatly impressed Erasmus: a good preparation for this treatise in which Pirckheimer tries to located the cities, rivers and mountains in Europe, mentioned by classical authors like Ptolemy, Plinius, Caesar, Tacitus and others, and to identify them with 16th-century names. - Good copy.- (Title-page restored (no loss of text or title border); id. the corner at top of f. 2; some margina ldust staining in first lvs.). VD16 P-2904; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, pp. 90-94; Sabin 63017.

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        Epistola contra quosdam, qui se falso iactant Evangelicos. Cologne, (Johann Gymnicus, Februar) 1530.

      1530. 8vo. (46) pp., final blank f. With figurated woodcut title border. (Bound after) II: Centum et XIIII sententiae patrum, de officio verorum rectorum ecclesiae Dei, iam recens aeditae. Cologne, Johann Prael, (August) 1531. (120) pp. With woodcut printer's device on reverse of final f. (Bound with) III: Gregory of Nazianzus. Opera. [Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus, c. 1530]. (512) pp. With woodcut title vignette. Blindstamped pigskin on 3 raised double bands, dated "1561" and monogrammed "MST" on upper cover. 2 functional clasps. I: Second edition of this apology, published immediately after the Freiburg first edition. Ostensibly directed against Gerard Geldenhouwer in Strasbourg, who had attempted to tie Erasmus to the Reformation, this "epistle" is basically a pamphlet against the Protestant cause, which Erasmus perceived as seditious. - II: In spite of the title note, "iam recens aeditae", this is the first known edition of this collection of 114 sayings of the Church Fathers, banned by the Roman Church, for reasons unknown (cf. Reusch I, 285). - III: Bound with these is a Latin edition of the works of Church Father Gregory of Nazianzus. A complete Greek edition of the works was not to appear until 1550. - Pretty binding somewhat rubbed, with slight damage to extremeties. Some brownstaining throughout; erased ownerships to the "114 sententiae"; censorship marks by a contemporary hand to title and first pages of Erasmus's work. I: VD 16, E 2880. Bezzel 54. - II: VD 16, C 1939. - III: VD 16, G 3020. Not in Hoffmann.

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        De pace oratio. Cracow, Mathias Scharfenberger, 1530.

      1530. 4to. 14 unnumbered ff. (last blank). With architectural woodcut title border. Marbled wrappers (c. 1900). Very rare first edition of this important work about the invading Turks. The humanist Amaseo (who died in Udine in 1552) had held the present speech on Jan. 1, 1530 before the Emperor and the Pope, immediately after the peace between the two had been declared. Amaseo hoped that this union would be helpful in striking out against the Turks. - The title (with four-part woodcut border) also bears a decastich by Anianus Burgonius "in commendationem Romuli". - Perfect copy of this rare Cracow imprint. Göllner 359. Apponyi 1670. Sturminger 1. IA 1054.548. Wierzbowski 1061. Edit 16, CNCE 1486 (2 copies). Not in Adams.

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        De vita et moribus summorum Pontificum historia, cui aliorum omnium qui post Platinam viverunt ad haec usque tempora, Pontificum res gestae sunt additae : insertique sunt canones institutorum coenobitarum qui maximopere desiderabantur, adjecta etiam pontificum nomenclatura.

      1530 1 plein vélin moderne, genre ancien. -Petites mouillures lég. dans les marges d'une cinquantaine de ff.. -Très bon exemplaire. in-8 de CCCLXVIII ff.-(8) pp. (Tabula) ; [Paris], Joannis Parvi, 1530, Marque de Jean Petit et encadrement à décor architectonique sur la page de titre.Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle 2246 ; Adams P : 1417 ; Brunet IV-692.Première histoire des papes rédigée, entre 1471 et 1475, par l'humaniste lombard Bartolomeo Sacchi (1421-1481) sur l'ordre du pape Sixte IV. Elle fut publiée pour la première fois à Venise en 1479."Les vies des papes de Platine sont écrites avec élégance, et elles renferment certaines particularités assez remarquables ; aussi ont-elles eu une grande vogue pendant près de deux siècles et on en compte un grand nombre d'éditions. "(Brunet).Platine fut désigné en 1478, par Sixte IV, pour diriger la bibliothèque vaticane.

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        De medicis et infirmis collectanea in ordincum centiloquia congesta insuper in vigintiocto mansiones lunae loannis Schöneri

      Nuremburg: Georg Wachter, 1530. First edition. Fore-edge of title cropped, some pale dampstaining. 8vo (145 x 95 mm). 23 leaves (of 24, lacking terminal blank). Title within woodcut border. Tables with zodiacal symbols. Modern plain wrappers. E.P. Goldschmidt, 1968: "First edition of this collection of medical aphorisms by Jeronimo de Manfredi (died 1493), the author of the 'De Homine' which was first published in 1474. These aphorisms on medical practice, here edited for the first time by the great astronomer and cosmographer Johann Schöner, seem to have been chosen by him for their astrological interest, and Schöner has added a few pages of his own observations on the moon." The text by Schöner describes his own theories on the mansions of the moon. (Though untrained in medicine, Schöner had stressed in a 1528 work that one had to match a cure to the time of year and to the twelve signs of the zodiac and the twenty-eight mansions of the moon.) The present work, linked to the scholar-trained Manfredi, thus seems to be an act by Schöner to add legitimacy to his theories. VD 16, M 565; Zinner 4010; Durling 2924; Wellcome I, 4010; Hirsch-H. IV, 55; See Waller 6211. Not in Adams. Rare: only one copy has sold at auction in the last 50 years according to records.

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        Autograph letter signed ("Philippus"). [Wittenberg, 19 March] 1530.

      1530. Folio. 1 p. With autogr. address and traces of seal. To Johannes Weber, priest in Neustadt an der Orla, praising him for a decision in a matter of matrimony and giving him further advice: the marriage of Georg Jüngkling and Else Moser is declared invalid; Jüngkling must separate from her as long as the fate of her first husband remains uncertain. However, for the time being he must not remarry, and the marriage will become valid if it is proved that the first husband is dead: "S[alutem] D[ico] | Bene facis, quod con[s]tanter attingis controversias matrimoniales. De negocio d. georgii sic sencio[:] Quod illud matrimonium contractum, cum mulier incerta esset de vita, ac voluntate viri prioris, qui ipsa consenciente abiit, sit irritum. Est igitur liber georgius. Sed movet me scandali racio, ne statim concedam ei ducere aliam uxorem. Agendum prius est per magistratus, cum illa muliere, aut per nos cum amicis mulieris, ut res exploretur de vita prioris mariti certo. Si ipsa mulier volet abire ad priorem maritum, non detineas eam, quia hoc secundum coniugium non est iure contractum. Habes meam sentenciam, quam te rogo, ut ita modereris, ne plus offensionum ex hac re oriatur [...] Prohibebis etiam, ne georgius et illa mulier, re inexplorata, redeant ad se mutuo. Sed si consentit virum esse mortuum, scandali caussa, velim georgium hanc mulierem re[tin]ere". - The background is explored in Luthers Briefwechsel, vol. V, note to no. 1494: Else Moser had been married to the gunsmith Hieronymus Malter, who had fought in the service of King Louis of Hungary and had been taken prisoner at the Battle of Mohács in 1526. A letter written by Malter, requesting his wife to visit him in Hungary, where he was being held prisoner of war, arrived only in 1529, shortly after she had remarried. Thus, it had to be determined whether or not the first husband was still alive. - Slightly dust-soiled and some edge damage; slight tears to folds remargined. Melanchthons Briefwechsel (ed. H. Scheible), vol. IV (Stuttgart 2007), p. 878.

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        Santa Maria Maddalena

      1530. Bulino, circa 1530/40, monogrammato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. L'opera deriva da un disegno attribuito alla Scuola di Raffaello, di cui non si è arrivati all'attribuzione; dell'opera è conosciuto solo uno stato. Prova di grandissima qualità. Bibliografia: Bartsch, vol. XV, 13. Dimensioni 140x210

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        De gliasolani di M. Pietro Bembo nequali si ragiona d'amore.

      Venice: per Giouanantonio & i Fratelli da Sabbio,, 1530. Octavo (207 x 141 mm), 214 unnumbered leaves, signatures A?N8, O4 (last leaf blank), complete. Early 19th-century russia, spine lettered and decorated in gilt, sides with outer border and central lozenge formed with four-line gilt rules, old blue edges. Paton family armorial bookplate (motto "Virtute adepta"). Spine chipped at ends, joints tender, single early marginal annotation on L6v, now faded; a very good copy, the paper clean and fresh. Second edition of Gli Asolani, Bembo's most famous work, first published in 1505. The second edition has significant revisions, "which brought the work into greater linguistic and stylistic conformity with Bembo's watershed contribution to the Italian language question debate (questione della lingua) and the Prose della volgar lingua" (Theodore Cachey, in Marrone, G. (ed.) Encyclopaedia of Italian Literary Studies). The edition statement is printed on the verso of the first leaf, which is otherwise blank. The title is a caption at the head of the text; the imprint is taken from the colophon. Uncommon: OCLC gives 12 locations worldwide; auction records show five copies since 1975.

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        Petri Bembi De Aetna ad Angelum Chiabrielem Liber. Venice, Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio and Brothers, 1530. (Bound with:) Idem. Petri Bembi ad Herculem Strotium De Virgilii Culice et Terentii Fabulis Liber. Venice, Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio and Brothers, 1530. (Bound with:) Idem. Petri Bembi ad Nicolaum Teupolum De Guido Ubaldo Feretrio deque Elisabetha Gonzagia Urbini Ducibus Liber. Venice, Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio and Brothers, 1530. (Bound with:): Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni Francesco ,

      1530. Io. Francisci Pici Ad Petrum Bembum De Imitatione Libellus, Venice, Giovanni Antonio Nicolini da Sabbio and Brothers, 1530. Four works in one volume, 4° (210x150 mm). I. [16] ll., blank the first leaf. One blank space for initial, with guide letter. II. [36] ll., with the first and the two final blanks, and the extra line printed at the foot of l. b1r. III. [56] ll., with the first and final blanks. One blank space for initial, with guide letter. A small loss to lower right corner of l. E5; only partly printed the first four lines of l. B1r, with loss of some words. IV. [24] ll., with the first and last blanks. Two blank spaces for initials, with guide letters. Contemporary limp vellum, lacks ties. Flat spine, with longitudinal author?s name and date, in manuscript. Lower extremity and upper joint cracked, almost detached the lower cover.Afew small stains, an unsignificant waterstain to upper blank margin of the last leaves. Otherwise, an amazing, wide-margined copy, with all blank leaves. On verso of front endpaper a long bibliographical note by a 18th-century hand, ?I never saw any other copy of this reprint of the Aetna of Bembus, printed by Aldus 1495 e exceptionally rare [?]?. An excellent copy of the second edition of Bembo?s famous dialogue devoted to his 1493 stay in Sicily and his ascent to Etna - the volcano of the ancient world - in an, unsophisticated volume which contains the first editions of other three writings. Though printed with different series of signature and separate colophons, the four works contained had been produced as a set by the brothers Niccolini da Sabbio, and often are found bound together. The De Aetna was printed for the first time by Aldus in 1495/96 (see item ?). The text proposed in 1530 differs in some points from the Aldine, and it is possibly a revision by Bembo himself, who is known to have reworked his texts with a view of future editions.

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        De la Noblesse, ancienneté, remarques, & mérites d'honneur de la troisième maison de France.

      Extraict du privilège de Deneufville. Barbier attribue cet ouvrage à Nicolas Vigner, historiographe du Roi (1530-1596). Celoni réfute cette attribution au profit de l'humaniste François Pithou.ÉDITION ORIGINALE. A Paris, chez Abel l'Angelier 1587. 226 pages (erreur dans la pagination). Belle reliure plein-maroquin bleu nuit signée Vuitton. Dos à nerfs au titre doré. Tranches dorées. Filet doré et fleurons angulaires sur les plats. Titre sali avec lacune comblée. Mouillure, qui se prolonge en s'éclaircissant au fil des 20 premiers feuillets. Dernier feuillet sali. Pas de rousseur. Exemplaire intéressant et rare. Bon état. Format in-12° (17x11).

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        Adorazione dei Pastori

      1530. Acquaforte, 1530 - 40, in basso a destra l'iscrizione "Parmegianino F." Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, completa dell'impronta del rame, in ottimo stato id conservazione. L'incisione anonima è una copia, in controparte, dell'opera autografa di Parmigianino. Si conservano due disegni preparatori del Parmigianino: uno presso la Staatsgalerie di Stoccarda (Inv. N. 1923 - 6) e l'altro a Chatsworth (Inv. 797A). Cfr. A. E. Popham, Catalogue of Drawings by Parmigianino, 1971, p. 183, no. 593 and p. 210, no. 728. Zoltán Kárpáti attribuisce l'incisione ad Andrea Schiavone. Etching, 1530 - 40, lettered at lower right "Parmegianino F." A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, complete of the platemark, perfect condition. This anonimous etching is a copy, in reverse, of the Parmigianino work. Are known two drawings by Parmigianino, one of which is at the Staatsgalerie, Stuttgart, (Inv. No. 1923 - 6) and the other at Chatsworth (Inv. 797A). (A. E. Popham, Catalogue of Drawings by Parmigianino, 1971, p. 183, no. 593 and p. 210, no. 728). Zoltán Kárpáti. attribues this impression to Andrea Schiavone. Very rare. Zani, II, 5 p. 60; Petrucci, p. 178 n. 549; Parmigianino tradotto, p. 50 n. 16. 79 115

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        Poete illustriss. quotquot nostra hac tempestate extant opuscula, ad feriem subsequentem.

      Simonem Colinaeum Paris 1530 In-12 ( 160 X 100 mm ) plein veau tabac glacé, dos à nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés. Mors fendus et trace de mouillures anciennes marginales. D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com

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        Santa Cecilia

      1530. Bulino circa 1530, privo di data e monogramma. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Buona prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottime condizione. Firma di collezione al verso non identificata. Engraving, circa 1530, without signature. After Raphael. A good impression on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemark, in very good condition. Bartsch 116B 160 260

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        Speculum principum ac justitiae []. Quo regalium, amortizationum, fiscalium, usurarum, decimarum, & omnium gravaminum, omnesque quotidianae materiae, nusquam antea ita enucleatae, irrefragabiliter decidutur. Cum repertorio alphabetico juris utriusq. Doctoris Richardi Sancti Martini. Opus sane, quo vt paucis omnia concluda quicquid & principibus, judicibus, & advocatis est necessarium includitur. Cum privilegio.

      15300129 1 demi-basane XIXe, dos à nerfs orné. -Lég. mouillures dans la marge ext. des 10 derniers ff. (bordure ext.). -Bel exemplaire, grandes marges. in-4 de 18 ff.-CCXXXIII ff.-1 f. n.ch. (avec marque de Galliot Du Pré au verso) ; Parisiis, Gallioto Pratensi, 1530, Edition originale.Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du XVIe siècle, 1988."Pere Belluga va néixer a València, però sen desconeix la data, on també morir al 1468. Jurista. Aconseguí el doctorat utroque iure a la Universitat de Bologna. Fou assessor de justícia criminal de la ciutat de València al 1429. Patí un exili de quinze mesos a Almansa a causa duna disputa legal a les corts lany 1438. Al 1441 es trobava a Nàpols amb Alfons de Borja, el futur Calixt III. Va estar al servei del Magnànim com a mestre racional al 1442, com a advocat patrimonial al 1457, com a advocat fiscal al servei de Joan II al 1458, i novament com a advocat patrimonial al 1461. Singularia iuris. Speculum principum. Escrit entre 1437 i 1441, sen conserva un manuscrit a la Bibliothèque Nationale de París, ms. Lat. 10211, que fou publicat durant el segle XVI a París, València i Nàpols als anys 1530 i 1580, fins i tot a Brussel les al 1655. Pere Belluga va escriure aquesta obra per a Alfons el Magnànim, en la qual hi elaborà una defensa personal de cares a lexili, així com un tractat adoctrinador de monarques a lestil de la Corona regum de Joan Margarit. També realitzà una apologia de lorganització política valenciana i defensà la propagació de la monarquia limitada pels furs i les lleis i per la via del contracte." (Mariàngela Viallonga, Biografia Universitat de Girona).Sur le Père Belluga, cf. Vicente Graullera Sanz, Derecho y juristas valencianos en el siglo XV, pp. 130-132."Su nombre trascenderá a la historia por la importancia de sus estudios jurídicos, sobre todo por su libro "Speculum principum" impreso en Paris en 1530. Su teoría del pactismo en relación con la aprobación de los Fueros y la limitación del poder real por esta norma, tuvo una amplia aceptación." (Graullera Sanz).

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        S'ensuyvent les Postilles, et expositions des epistres et euangilles dominicalles. auec celles des festes quui sont sollempnelles de tout lan. Aussi des cinq festes de la très Sacrée Vierge Marie et la passion de nostre seingeur Jesucrist Translatees de latin en françois a la verite du texte des quatre Euangelistes et selon les concordances des gloses et expositions de tous les saincts et exellens docteurs de nostre mere saincte Eglise (par Pierre Desrey)

      1530 1 rel. XIXe dans une sorte de maroquin brun, estampé à froid faisant penser à un cuir d'ameublement... 2 parties en 1 vol. in-4 gothique à longues lignes 228ff., sign. a-y, *,A-E8. Titre imprimé en rouge et noir orné d'une grande vignette sur bois, une autre au début de la deuxième partie ( La Vierge et les Apôtres à la Pentecôte) et grand nombre d'autres dans le texte, titre encadré d'arabesques. a-p8 ,(qi, q2, q7, q8), r4, s-z8, *8, A-C8 (manquent q3, 4, 5 ,6 et après C8) On les vend à Lyon auprès de Nostre Dame de Confort chez Olivier Arnoullet (1530 ou 1546) Exégète normand, Nicolle de Lyra, fils de rabin, converti au christianisme, fut professeur en Sorbonne. Samuel Berger dans La Bible au XVIe siècle (1879) dit à son propos :" Quant au célèbre franciscain, on sait le succès immense de ses Postilles. Le proverbe disait:Si Lyra non lyrasset,Totus mundus delirasset.Les luthériens l'ont plus tard célébré (ils ne l'avaient sans doute pas lu) comme un précurseur de la Réforme:Si Lyra non lyrasset,Lutherus non saltasset ".L'éditeur Olivier Arnoullet s'est uniquement consacré à la production d'ouvrages en français. L'extrême rareté de ses œuvres est la conséquence du tirage restreint inhérent à ce genre de publication. Baudrier : Les bois employés sont bien antérieurs à la date de la publication. " Signé des initiales I. D. 'Jean Dalles', ce bois jusqu'à présent a échappé à nos recherches dans les éditions du Xve siècle. Il est contemporain de l'Annonciation du même maître parue vers 1488 chez Guillaume Le Roy et doit appartenir à un ouvrage encore inconnu. Une autre grande vignette d'un autre maître que nous croyons être le maître archaïsant entouré des mêmes bandeaux que le titre. Autre édition 1530 ". Baudrier et Gütlingen renvoient à Brunet IV-842 sans en localiser un exemplaire mais B. donne un fac-simile de la p. de titre. Notre exemplaire n'a que 208 ff. au lieu de 228a-p8 ,(qi, q2, q7, q8), r4, s-z8, *8, A-C8 (manquent q3, 4, 5 ,6 et D et E 8)Pierre Desrey ou Desprez, chroniqueur, traducteur et compilateur appartient à une vieille famille de Troyes. (Grente).

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        Logica Aristo. cum com. Auerro (Averroes) Habes hoc in Enchiridio ... o[mn]ia q[uae] ad Aristotelis Logice[n] pertinent opera ...

      Lugduni (Lyon), Scipione de Gabiano, (1530). 8vo. (17,3x12,4 cm.). Contemp. full vellum. Small nicks to vellum at foot of spine.Top of spine worn. Some discolouring to front cover. Ms title to spine. Spine with the year MDXXIX. Front free endpaper lacks.Title-page printed in red/black within a broad ornamental woodcut-frame. Ff 276 (= 552 pp.). Many large woodcut initials. Diagrams in the text. Faint dampstaing to margins of the first ca. 10 leaves and to text of the last 10. Small wormtracts to the last few leaves. Otherwise fine. Scarce early edition of Averroes (Ibn Rushd) famous commentary to the Aristotelian logic. His commentaries on Aristotle were the foundation for the Aristotelian revival in the 12th and 13th centuries.The detailed commentaries on Aristotle earned Averroes the title "The Commentator" in Europe. Latin translations of Averroes' work led the way to the popularization of Aristotle and were responsible for the development of scholasticism in medieval Europe.

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        Commentationes in Omnes Psalmos de Graeco in Latinum conuersae per r.d. Philippum Saulum episcopum Brugnatensem. Aureum ac diuinum opus.

      (In fine:) Veronae, per Stephanum Nicolinum Sabiensem, e fratres. MDXXX mense Ianuario (Verona, Da Sabio, 1530) - in-4 gr. (mm.285x200), ff. (8), 291, (1), bel caratt. tondo, legatura antica piena pergamena. Euthymius Zigabenus, teologo ed esegeta bizantino, monaco a Costantinopoli, visse tra i secoli XI e XII. Fu polemico verso l'ortodossia greca e i suoi scritti sono fondamentali per la storia delle eresie cristiane e le controversie teologiche medioevali. Prima versione latina dal greco, fatta da Philippus Saulum, dei dotti estesi commenti di Euthymius al testo dei 150 salmi di David. Splendida impressione di Verona del primo cinquecento, assai rara. I Sabio furono chiamati a Verona dal vescovo Giberti, che fornì loro il materiale tipografico; l'indirizzo della loro bottega era ''appresso il Domo''. Ottimo esemplare (alcuni fogli bruniti, alone giallo sul titolo e antica firma cancellata). Adams, E-1111. Brunet, II, 1114-15. Manca al B.M.C. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Beata Vergine con il Bambino e S. Giovanni Battista

      1530. Chiaroscuro a due legni, 1530 circa, privo di data e firma. Da un soggetto del Parmigianino. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, ricca di toni, lievissime ossidazioni, minimi restauri perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera è stata intagliata da un disegno del Parmigiano andato perduto durante la Seconda Guerra Mondiale, ma reso noto da Harprath, nel 1974, attraverso una fotografia. Comparando il disegno con l'incisione, emerge che il fogliame dietro ai personaggi nel disegno è appena accennato, mentre nel chiaroscuro è ricco e rigoglioso. Si tratta di uno dei quattro chiaroscuri che Vasari scrive furono intaglianti a Bologna da Antonio da Treno da disegni del Mazzola. Bellissimo esemplare. The Virgin and Child with the infant St John the Baptist; an oval composition. Chiaroscuro woodcut from two blocks in green. After Parmigianino. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the borderline, small foxing and repairs, generally in very good condition. After a drawing by Parmigianino, which was lost during the Second World War, but known through a photograph published by Harprath, (1974). Vasari describes Parmigianino as having inherited the spirit of Raphael, and circular images of the Holy Family such as this were a speciality of the master's. This is one of the four chiaroscuro woodcuts which Vasari tells us were made in Bologna by Antonio da Trento to Parmigianino's designs. A very good example. Bartsch XII.56.12; Parmigianino tradotto, p. 72, no. 87 236 196

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        I prigionieri

      1530. Bulino, 1530 circa, non datata nè fermata. Da un soggetto di Giulio Romano. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera anonima riproduce, in controparte, il bulino già attribuito a Giorgio Ghisi, a sua volta derivato da un disegno di Giulio Romano, conservato a Windsor Caste ed seguito in affresco - secondo Oberhuber da Agostino Mozzanega - sulla parete est della Sala dei Venti di Palazzo Te, a Mantova, i cui lavori iniziarono l'11 febbraio 1527. I prigionieri compaiono nel medaglione sotto la costellazione del Sagittario. L'interpretazione del soggetto, e degli altri 15 medaglioni, raffiguranti diverse attività umane e dominate da un segno zodiacale o da una costellazione, è stata fornita da Gombrich sulla base del testo astrologico Matheseos di Firmico Materno, a sua volta basato sul libro V degli Astronomica di Manilio. I Prigionieri, si riferiscono in particolare agli infelici nati quando "Arturo è al tramonto", ma se "Arturo si trova in posizione declinante, e se Saturno con Mercurio sono presenti coi loro raggi di qualsiasi tipo, si avranno persone che dall'invidia saranno spinti a gravi crimini e che sono gettati nelle pubbliche prigioni coperti di catene per morirvi tra atroci tormenti". In basso a destra, timbro della collezione Theodore Karavine (L.1561b). Magnifico esemplare di questa rarissima opera. "Engraving, 1530 circa, without letters. After Giulio Romano. A great impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, perfect condition. This work, by an anonymous artist, is a version, in reverse, of the print formerly attribued to Giorgio Ghisi Bartsch (XV.412.66), in turn after Giulio Romano's drawing, preserved at Windsor Castle, inv. n. 0483, preparatory for the fresco executed in 1527 probably by Agostino Mozzanega in Sala dei Venti, Palazzo del Te, Mantua. The interpretation of the subject has been analyzed by H. Gombrich on the basis of VIII book of the ancient text astrological by Firmicus Materno, Matheseos. The episode refers to those born when the constellation of Arcturus is declining and there are Saturn and Mercury with their rays, ""you will have people who will be driven by envy to serious crimes and who are thrown into the public prisons covered in chains to die between atrocious torments ""(Firmicus, VIII, 14, 1 - 2). Ex collection Theodore Karavine (L.1561b), probably a French collector of the first half of the nineteenth century. A great example of this very rare work." Boorsch, Lewis, and Lewis 1985, no. R8; Massari, Giulio Romano, pp. 109 - 110, n. 102, copia; Zanetti (1837) n. 1382; Bartsch p. 412, n. 66 copia. 412 270

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        Genova

      1530. De' disegni delle più illustri città e fortezze del mondo.. Giulio Ballino era un avvocato veneziano che frequentava la casa dei Manunzio già verso il 1530, dedicandosi in gioventù allo studio dei classici. Il libro De' disegni delle più illustri città, et fortezze del mondo.. stampato a Venezia da Bolognino Zaltieri nel 1569 è costituito da cinquanta vedute ed una carta geografica. L'opera rappresenta il primo tentativo, nell'ambito dell'editoria italiana, della realizzazione di un testo/atlante delle principali fortezze e città del mondo. A differenza dei suoi predecessori, dei quali utilizza spesso i rami e le iconografie, egli concepisce un'opera unitaria corredata di testi e di indice, della quale, per la prima volta, si è ha conoscenza dell'esatto numero di tavole che la compongono. Sicuramente ispirata all'opera del Du Pinet Plantz, Pourtraitz et descriptions de plusieurs ville set forteresses.., la raccolta del Ballino è molto probabilmente solo una parte del progetto iniziale, molto più ampio. Egli probabilmente intendeva pubblicare un'edizione in latino, sperando di lanciare la sua opera a livello europeo, ma si arrese davanti alla pubblicazione del primo libro del Civitates Orbis Terrarum di Georg Braun & Fransz Hogenberg, che in qualche modo bruciò parecchie delle iniziative editoriali sull'iconografia urbana. Le carte della raccolta sono datate tra il 1566 ed il 1568; secondo un recente studio di Albert Ganado (1993), trentadue di queste risultano essere ristampe dei rami di Paolo Forlani e di Domenico Zenoi, per la prima volta apparsi ne Il primo libro delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo del Forlani (1567); questo cospicuo gruppo di tavole è inserito nella raccolta con alcuni ritocchi nelle lastre, che vengono modificate. Altre furono per la prima volta pubblicate da Ferrando Bertelli nel Disegni di alcune più illustri città di fortezze del mondo con aggiunte di alcune isole principali, datato 1568. Il resto delle tavole sono di anonimi incisori di cui l'autore si servì per la sua opera, probabilmente anche per ritoccare le lastre di cui era già in possesso. Alcuni esemplari di questa rara opera recano il frontespizio allegorico inciso da Nicolò Nelli, famoso incisore e calcografo veneziano della seconda metà del '500; altri esemplari viceversa hanno un frontespizio non inciso. Entrambe le versioni sono edite dallo Zaltieri nel 1569. Difficile stabilire quale sia la prima stesura e quale quella successiva, la sola differenza è infatti notabile nel testo al verso delle carte, che può variare nella dimensione dei caratteri. Altra differenza che alcune carte sono numerate al verso, mentre le stesse, esaminate in altri esemplari, sono prive di questo numero di pagina. Per semplice deduzione logica possiamo affermare che gli esemplari privi del numero siano antecedenti, teoria tuttavia non del tutto surrogata dall'esame di più esemplari dell'opera. Le vedute che riportiamo nel catalogo provengono da un esemplare manchevole di alcune carte; per correttezza di informazione la paternità delle opere, sebbene provenienti dalla raccolta del Ballino, viene assegnata all'autore originale. Le incisioni sono tutte in rame, eseguite al bulino con ritocchi occasionali all'acquaforte; i margini sono pieni e lo stato di conservazione ottimo. Giulio Ballino was a Venetian lawyer, a friend of the Manuzio family, really fond of classical studies. The book De' disegni delle più illustri città, et fortezze del mondo.., printed in Venice in 1569 by Bolognino Zaltieri, contains 50 views and one chart. This work is the first attempt, in Italy, to realize an atlas/text of the main fortresses and cities in the world. Unlike his predecessors, from whom he copied the iconography, Ballino wanted to realize a complex work, with text and an index, so that the reader could know immediately how many works were inside the book. Following Du Pinet's Plantz, Pourtraitz et descriptions de plusieurs ville set forteresses.. Ballino's work is, with all probability, just the first part of an ambitious, bigger project. May be he wanted to publish a Latin edition, hoping to give his book great fame along Europe, but he had to change his mind when Georg Braun & Fransz Hogenberg published their Civitates Orbis Terrarum, which was then the first book to describe urban iconography. Ballino's charts have been issued between 1566 and 1568; according to Albert Ganado (1993), 32 of these happen to be reprints of Forlani & Zenoi's branches, already published for the first time in Il primo libro delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo (1567); the plates of these engravings have been afterwards modified. Some of them have been published in Bertelli's Disegni di alcune più illustri città di fortezze del mondo con aggiunte di alcune isole principali, (1568). The remaining engravings have been prepared by anonymous artists, who also helped Ballino to modify the plates he already possessed. Some examples of this rare work bear an allegorical title page, engraved by the Venetian artist Nicolò Nelli, a popular engraver of the XVI century; other examples bear a blank title page. Both versions have been printed by Zaltieri in 1569. It is quite hard to say which is the first version and which the last one, for the only difference is on the text on verso, with bigger letters in one case. Another difference is that some of the charts in one version have numbers on verso. We might say that those examples without numbers have been printed first, but the analysis of the engravings doesn't support this theory. The engravings listed hereby come from a defective edition; for the preciseness of information, we must add that the authorship of every work has been given to the artist that realized it, even if all of them come from Ballino's collection. Copperplate with some slight etching changes; full wide margins, in excellent condition. Venezia Venice 279 182

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        Speculum Principum ac iustitiae excel

      1530. VAENUNDATUR A GALLIOTO PRATENTI. 1530. In-4.Carré. Relié plein cuir. A relier. Plats abîmés. Dos abîmé. Intérieur acceptable. 406 pages. Ouvrage en latin. Quelques bandeaux et lettrines illustrés en noir et blanc. Reliure plein veau. Tranches rouges. Manque total de cuir sur le dos cassé en 2 parties, nerfs apparents. Manques de cuir sur les bords des 2 plats de couverture. Cu repertorio Alphabetico iuris doctoris Richardi San Martini. Opus fane quo (vy paucis omnia cocluda) quic, quid & Principibus, iu dicibus, & aduoca, tis est necessarium includitur. INTROUVABLE

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        Opera dell'huomo dotto et famoso Giovan Boccaccio da Certaldo, dalla lingua latina nel thosco idioma per meser Nicolo Liburnio nouamente trattata..Monti, Selve, B Et in fine per lo sopradetto m. Nicolo Boschi, Laghi, Fiumi, Stagni, Paluci, Golfi e Mari. poste sono le prouincie di tutto 'l mondo..Asia, Europa e Aphrica. Venezia, Gregorio de' Gregori, s.d., 1530 ca.]

      Gregorio de'Gregori?, 1530. in - 4, ff. (4), LXX (segn.: *2, A - H8, I6), leg. in cartonato e mezza pelle (difetti al dorso). Prima edizione della traduzione italiana del ''De montibus..'', una sorta di dizionario dei nomi geografici che s'incontrano negli scrittori classici e moderni. L'opera del Boccaccio apparve per la prima volta nel 1473 presso la bottega del Vindelinus; il volgarizzamento risale presumibilmente ai primi decenni del XVI secolo ed è opera del veneziano Niccolò Liburnio (1474 - 1557), canonico della basilica di S. Marco e studioso dei tre grandi trecentisti, che curò anche un ampliamento del testo ''Et in fine per lo sopradetto M. Nicolo Liburnio poste sono le prouincie di tutto'l mondo, cioe d'Asia, Europa, et Aphrica. Et in che modo molte delle dette furono chiamate da gli antichi..'' . dedicò la traduzione dell'opera a Benedetto di Martini, cavaliere gerosolimitano. Edizione priva dell'indicazione dell'anno e dello stampatore, è stata avvicinata alla bottega di Gregorio de' Gregori (Hortis) o più genericamente all'ambito veneziano (STC), ma comunque è ritenuta essere degli anni venti - trenta del Cinquecento. Buon esempl. (; sul verso dell'ultimo f. nota di possesso ms. di mano cinquecentesca ''Di Matteo di Cesari Ragunesi'').

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        Commentationes in Omnes Psalmos de Graeco in Latinum conuersae per r.d. Philippum Saulum episcopum Brugnatensem. Aureum ac diuinum opus. (In fine:) Veronae, per Stephanum Nicolinum Sabiensem, e fratres. MDXXX mense Ianuario (Verona, Da Sabio, 1530)

      Sabio, 1530. in - 4 gr. (mm.285x200), ff. (8), 291, (1), bel caratt. tondo, legatura antica piena pergamena. Euthymius Zigabenus, teologo ed esegeta bizantino, monaco a Costantinopoli, visse tra i secoli XI e XII. Fu polemico verso l'ortodossia greca e i suoi scritti sono fondamentali per la storia delle eresie cristiane e le controversie teologiche medioevali. Prima versione latina dal greco, fatta da Philippus Saulum, dei dotti estesi commenti di Euthymius al testo dei 150 salmi di David. Splendida impressione di Verona del primo cinquecento, assai rara. I Sabio furono chiamati a Verona dal vescovo Giberti, che fornì loro il materiale tipografico; l'indirizzo della loro bottega era ''appresso il Domo''. Ottimo esemplare (alcuni fogli bruniti, alone giallo sul titolo e antica firma cancellata).

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        Cristo tra i dottori

      1530. Bulino, circa 1530, monogrammato in lastra in alto al centro. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non meglio identificata, rifilata al rame, strappo di carta perfettamente restaurato in alto visibile al solo verso, tracce di inchiostro antico in alto, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rarissima opera. Engraving, 1530 approximately, signed with monogram on upper centre. Excellent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with unidentified watermark, trimmed to platemark, a perfectly repaired tear which can be seen only on verso, signs of ancient ink on upper part, otherwise in very good condition. A very rare work. Bibliografia: Bartsch vol. XV, pp.462, 2. Dimensioni 225x305. 225 305

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        La Carità Cristiana

      1530. Chiaroscuro a tre blocchi,1530 - 1540 circa. Esemplare del primo stato di due, avanti il monogramma dello stampatore Andrea Andreani. Da un soggetto attribuito al Parmigianino. Dalla serie 'Le Virtù Cristiane'. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. La scena raffigura una personificazione della Carità Cristiana seduta con tre bambini. I disegni della serie di sei xilografie a chiaroscuro, oggi perduti, sono generalmente attribuiti al Parmigianino, anche se i suoi studi studi relativi a tali soggetti sono molto diversi. Problematica è anche l'identificazione dell'incisore: Bartsch elenca il chiaroscuro come anonimo; Pittaluga, seguito Kolloff, ne attribuisce la paternità a Ugo da Carpi; Oberhuber ad Antonio da Trento. Bruce Davis sulla base dello stile e per l'uso di più blocchi, suggerisce il nome di Nicolò Rossigliani detto il Vicentino. Chiaroscuro woodcut from three blocks in green, 1530 circa. First state of two, before Andreani' monogram. From the series Christian Virtues, after Parmigianino. A great impression, on contemporary laid paper, with margins, very gopod condition. The scene depicts a female personification of Charity seated with children clambering over hee. The designs of the series of six chiaroscuro woodcuts is generally attributed to Parmigianino, although no related drawings by him are known and his studies of such subjects are quite different. The identification of the printmaker is problematic: Bartsch listed the chiaroscuro as Anonymous Artist after Parmigiano; Pittaluga, following Kolloff, attribued to Ugo da Carpi, Oberhuber to Antonio da Trento. Bruce Davis argued for Vicentino's authorship on the basis of the prints' painterly style and the use of multiple tone blocks. Bartsch XII.128.3; Oberhuber, Renaissance in Italian..., no. 105; Pittaluga, L'incisione Italiana nel Cinquecento, pp. 239, 327; Gnann, Exhibition catalogue Albertina, Vienna 2013, n. 106 99 145

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        Commentariorum Urbanorum Raphaelis Volaterrani (Maffei), octo et triginta libri.. Item Oeconomicus Xenofontis, ab eodem latio donatus.. Basileae, in Officina Probeniana, anno M.D.XXX. (Basilea, 1530)

      Officina Probeniana, 1530. in - folio, ff. (20), 468; bella e importante legatura coeva in p. pergamena su assicelle, ai piatti fregi vegetali e geometrici impressi a secco entro riquadri concentrici, ai medesimi tracce del sistema di chiusura, dorso a nervi. Grande marca impresa di Froben al tit. e al verso dell'ultimo f., numerose stupende grandi e piccole iniz. ornate; testo in car. tondo. Dedica a Papa Giulio II. Bella, importante e rara edizione di quest'opera del grande erudito (Roma 1451 - Volterra 1522), apparsa per la prima volta a Roma nel 1506: ''autentico monumento dell'enciclopedismo umanistico, destinato ad un'immediata fortuna europea..e a rimanere in auge come massimo repertorio enciclopedico fino al XVII secolo'' (DBIt., vol. 67, p. 2549). Essa si occupa di tutto lo scibile umano possibile alla fine del XV ed inizio del XVI sec. Oltre la geografia, cui sono dedicati addirittura i primi 12 libri, concerne l'anatomia e la patologia dell'uomo (libro XXV), la zoologia (lib. XXVI), la botanica (lib. XXVII), le scienze matematiche (con fig. dell'abaco a f. CCCLXXI), l'ottica (con figg. a f. CCCLXXII) e poi ancora la filosofia aristotelica, l'oratoria, la filologia, la giustizia, ecc. Però l'opera è importante soprattutto perché tratta delle recenti scoperte degli Spagnoli e dei Portoghesi in America (cfr: Harrisse, n. 43: «..les récentes découvertes des Espagnols et des Portugais son appréciées au point de vue du christianisme qui les avait inspirées. Après avoir glorifié le passage aux Indes par le cap de Bonne - Espèrance, et les navigations vers les îles de l'occident, qui n'avaient encore reçu le nom immérité d'Americ Vespuce, l'auteur dépeint les peuples nouveaux..». (Lievi strappi restaurati dal ff. 213 - 217).

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        Das Glockendon-Gebetbuch. Originalgetreue Nachbildung der Bilderhandschrift, die unter der Signatur Est. 136 = a.U.6.7 in der Biblioteca Estense Universitaria. I. Commentary. II. Facsimile.

      2 vols.: I. 200 pp. compendium of papers (in German) by Cermann, et al., on various aspects of the 16th century prayer book illuminated by Nikolaus Glockendon, one of the leading illustrators of the German Renaissance, including discussion of Glockendon's life and work, the cultural context of the prayer book and its illuminations, transliterations, extensive notes, substantial bibliography, and 23 plates. II. 256 pp. (128 numbered leaves printed recto and verso) color facsimile of the entire ca. 1530 manuscript, including exquisitely printed full-page illuminations and initials in brilliant colors and gold. Commentary volume, large 8vo., leather backed boards; facsimile vol. full tooled leather, raised spine, with metal and leather clasps; housed together in Plexiglass box. Lucerne (Faksimile Verlag) 1998. Ex-libris copy with ink stamp to title page of commentary volume and justification page of facsimile.

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        Statii Sylvarum libri V, Thebaidos libri XII, Achilleidos libri II.

      1530 - Parisiis 1530. Apud Simonem Colinaeum. 8, k. 263, inicjaÅ‚y, opr. welinowa z epoki. Oprawa nieco przybrudzona, na grzbiecie zÅ‚ocenia i tÅ‚oczenia; obciÄ™cia zÅ‚ocone. Niewielkie Å›lady zawilgoceÅ„ Podpis odrÄ™czny na k. tyt. Część inicjaÅ‚ów malowana rÄ™cznie na czerwono (wspóÅ‚czeÅ›nie ?). Druk italikÄ… Bardzo eleganckie wydanie ze starej paryskiej oficyny Colinaeus. Stacjusz = Statius Publius Papinius (ca 45-ca 95) - poeta rzymski. DzieÅ‚o zawiera caÅ‚Ä… jego twórczość, tzn. 5 ksiÄ…g heksametrycznych wierszy okolicznoÅ›ciowych (Drwa) obrazujÄ…cych obyczaje, architekturÄ™, kulturÄ™, sztukÄ™ rzymskÄ… w I w., 12 ksiÄ…g epopei Thebais - osnutej na tle legendarnej wyprawy Polinejkesa na Teby oraz zachowane 2 (a wÅ‚aÅ›ciwie póÅ‚torej) ksiÄ™gi poematu Achilleis o pobycie Achillesa na Skiros. Rzadkie. The work includes all work of Statius, ie. 5 books hexameric occasional poems depicting the customs, architecture, culture, art in I century Rome, etc. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Cleopatra sitting

      

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        De mirandis Germaniae antiquitatibus sermones convivales Strassburg apud Christianum Egenolphum

      

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        De gli Asolani di M.Pietro Bembo ne quali si ragiona dâ??amore, primo Libro (e secondo Libro e terzo Libro)

      per Giovanantonio & i Fratelli da Sabbio 1530 (al colophon) 8vo (cm. 20,7), 108 cc.nn. (ultima bianca). Al verso della prima carta â??Edition secondaâ??. Legatura recente in piena pergamena antica con titolo ms. al ds. Tagli blu. Esemplare in perfetto stato di conservazione, fresco e marginoso. Br.Libr., p. 80. ICCU, n. 1182. Gamba, n. 133: (ristampa) â??pregevole perché fatta sotto gli occhi dellâ??A.â?? Non in Adams.

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        Commentariorum Urbanorum Raphaelis Volaterrani (Maffei), octo et triginta libri. Item Oeconomicus Xenofontis, ab eodem latio donatus.

      Basileae, in Officina Probeniana, anno M.D.XXX. (Basilea, 1530), - in-folio, ff. (20), 468; bella e importante legatura coeva in p. pergamena su assicelle, ai piatti fregi vegetali e geometrici impressi a secco entro riquadri concentrici, ai medesimi tracce del sistema di chiusura, dorso a nervi. Grande marca impresa di Froben al tit. e al verso dell'ultimo f., numerose stupende grandi e piccole iniz. ornate; testo in car. tondo. Dedica a Papa Giulio II. Bella, importante e rara edizione di quest'opera del grande erudito (Roma 1451 - Volterra 1522), apparsa per la prima volta a Roma nel 1506: ''autentico monumento dell'enciclopedismo umanistico, destinato ad un'immediata fortuna europea.e a rimanere in auge come massimo repertorio enciclopedico fino al XVII secolo'' (DBIt., vol. 67, p. 2549). Essa si occupa di tutto lo scibile umano possibile alla fine del XV ed inizio del XVI sec. Oltre la geografia, cui sono dedicati addirittura i primi 12 libri, concerne l'anatomia e la patologia dell'uomo (libro XXV), la zoologia (lib. XXVI), la botanica (lib. XXVII), le scienze matematiche (con fig. dell'abaco a f. CCCLXXI), l'ottica (con figg. a f. CCCLXXII) e poi ancora la filosofia aristotelica, l'oratoria, la filologia, la giustizia, ecc. Però l'opera è importante soprattutto perché tratta delle recenti scoperte degli Spagnoli e dei Portoghesi in America (cfr: Harrisse, n. 43: «.les récentes découvertes des Espagnols et des Portugais son appréciées au point de vue du christianisme qui les avait inspirées. Après avoir glorifié le passage aux Indes par le cap de Bonne-Espèrance, et les navigations vers les îles de l'occident, qui n'avaient encore reçu le nom immérité d'Americ Vespuce, l'auteur dépeint les peuples nouveaux.». (Lievi strappi restaurati dal ff. 213-217). DBIt., vol. 67, pp. 252-256. Harrisse, n. 43 (per la prima ediz. 1506). Manca a STC. European Americana I, p. 34. Sabin 43767. Adams M-102. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Polybii Historiarvm / Historiarum libri quinq , opera vincentiii Obsopoei in lucem editi. Iidem Latini Nicolao Perotto Episcopo Sipontino Interprete

      Haganoae / Haguenau (France): Secerium / Secerius, 1530. Hardcover. Very Good. 1530 edition, large quarto (25.5 cm), old vellum, 8 unnumbered leaves, 106 leaves, CXLII leaves, collated complete. Greek and Latin. Three woodcut capitals and one header vignette. VG, light wear and soil to vellum, minor ex-library marks including circular sticker to spine that has been varnished on, old library bookplate to pastedown which has withdrawn stamp, perforated library stamp to title page, no other marks to text which is clean and bright. Adams P-1801.

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        Vita R. P. Fr. Hieronymi Savonarolae ferrariensis, ord. praedicatorum.

      Authoritative edition of Savonarola's biography first printed in the 1530's, the volume in hand containing both the entire "life" and the famous compendium of his revelations. Count Giovanni Francesco Pico della Mirandola (1469-1533, not to be confused with his uncle Giovanni, the famous philosopher, 1463-94) knew Savonarola personally, and witnessed his martyrdom in 1498. After years of writing and revising, and reviews by friends who also knew Savonarola, his biography was finally finished in 1530 and later translated anonymously into Italian. The present edition is in Latin and was edited by Jacques Quétif (1618-98), a Dominican priest working chez Louis Billaine in Paris -- France of the Ancien Régime regarding Savonarola as an authentic spiritual leader and not "just" the vexatious Dominican priest who antagonized Alexander VI, spoke out against humanism, and was excommunicated and executed for heresy. The text is printed in roman and italic with side- and shouldernotes, and decorated with a few woodcut initials, headpieces and tail ornaments, with a separate section title for the Compendium revelationum, introduced with a preface by Florentine poet Girolamo Benivieni (1453-1542). A colophon at the end of the Lamentatio sponsae Christi (final leaf) is dated 1537 for the Venetian edition by Tridino.In addition to a finely engraved frontispiece portrait of Savonarola, there are => eight plates, numbering four engraved coats of arms, for the Atestina, Medici, Borgia and Sforza families, and => four large foldout letterpress family trees, for the author's family, the Atestina, Medici, and Borgia, who are all related in some way or another to Savonarola's story.

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        VETERINARIAE MEDICINAE LIBRI II.

      

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        Pomponii Melae De orbis situ libri tres, accuratissime eme[n]dati.

      Lutetiae Parisiorum: [Chrétien Wechel] Folio (34 cm; 13.25"). [14] ff., 196 p., [1] f., [28] ff. (without the fold. map, if one was actually issued with it).. 1530 Mela's work De orbis situ libri tres (a.k.a., De chorographia) is, of course, a standard and famous work of ancient geography and, dating from the first century A.D., is the oldest surviving geographical text written in Latin. It enjoyed readership for centuries in manuscript and was first printed in 1471 with eight subsequent incunable editions, while in the 16th century to 1530 there was virtually a new edition every other year: Clearly, it was => a book of interest and importance for the Renaissance. It is a short work; the Petit printing of it in 1513, for example, occupies only 60 pages. In this edition, however, Mela's text (printed in roman) is surrounded by => extensive commentary in italic by Joachim Vadianus (1484–1551), thus extending the whole to 196 pages. The volume ends with an appendix, "Loca aliquot ex Vadiani commentarijs summatim repetita, & obiter explicata," consisting of Vadian's study of Mela's work and attempting to address inconsistencies and problems in it. Printer Wechel has arrayed the commentary around the text here with => notable attractiveness, he has supplied quite a number and variety of attractive initials, and both his main title-page and the sectional one for the "Loca aliquot" are dramatically presented with the same => elaborate multipart woodcut title border. Although Mela's work is solely concerned with the world as known by Greeks and Romans, one should remember that their world did encompass portions of Africa and a knowledge of India. Additionally the appendix, originally written in 1521 and first appearing in the 1522 Basel printing of Mela, has a coda consisting of a 1515 letter of Vadian’s to Rudolph Agricola, the younger, that briefly discusses => Vespucci (X5v) and the New World (Y1r) when discussing the Spanish empire. This is the third edition of Vadian's Mela, taken from the second edition (1522), but only the second with Vadian's appendix. Graesse comments, "Second éd. . . . fort changée et corrigée sur des mss." Whether all copies of the work were issued with a map has been long discussed and is without resolution: What we do know is that some have a map, most do not. Provenance: Macclesfield copy with the bookplate and handsome pressure-stamps. Evidence of readership: Scattered minor (usually one or two words) marginalia. 18th-century quarter vellum with blue-green paper–covered sides, author's name in old ink to spine. Title-page lightly soiled, light discoloration or inkstains in some margins, light occasional foxing; pinhole-type worming in text of some pages with no loss of text, and a corner of last leaf torn away without loss of text; on pp. 170–96, a light waterstain across upper gutter not touching text and another across upper outer corners impinging on it. As usual, without the map found in only a few copies. Macclesfield pressure-stamps and marginalia as above. => A good, sound, and soundly pleasing old folio.

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        [Opera iam quarum accuratiori vigilantia a mendis repurgata] Divi Caecilii Cypriani Episcopi Carthaginensis et Martyris opera iam quarum accuratiori uigilantia à mendis repurgata per Des. Erasmvm Roterod. Accessit liber eiusdem apprime pius ad Fortunatum De ducplici martyrio, antehac Nunquam excusus.Angebunden: L.COELII LACTANTII FIRMIANI: Diuinarum institutionum Libri VII, De ira Dei Liber I, De opificio Dei Liber I, Epitome in libros suos, liber acephalos. Phoenix.Carmen de dominica resurrectione.Carmen de passione domini. Praeterea ..., index copiosißimus.

      Basileae, ex Officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium, Ioannem Heruagium & Nicolaum Episcopium, Basel Froben / Basel : Cratander, Andreas und Bebel, Johann,, 1530 / 1532. Zwei Bände in einem Band [28 nn], 527, [27 nn] S. mit den zwei großen Holzschnittdruckermarken und zahlreichen prächtigen Holzschnittinitilanen / [20 nn] 149 [3 nn S.] mit 2 Holzschnittdruckermarken und wunderschöner Holzschnittbordüre sowie zahllosen Holzschnittinitialen Fol. Neuerer Pappband mit Rückenschild. Ad 1: VD 16 C 6513 Erste von Erasmus herausgegebene Ausgabe (im zweitem Abdruck, EA 1520) der Werke Cyprians. Erasmus benutze dazu neben den zuvor erschienenen gedruckten Ausgaben (Rom 1471, Deventer 1480 und Paris 1512) auch zwei Handschriften aus Gembloux und Paris. Er widmete das Werk dem Kardinal Lorenzo Pucci (Allen, Ep. 1000) ad 2.: VD 16 L 40. - Adams L 20. Frühe Ausgabe des Werke des \"christlichen Cicero\". Divinae institutiones (Göttliche Unterweisungen) und umfasst 7 Bücher, diese sind: de falsa Religione (Über die falsche Religion). de origine erroris (Über den Ursprung des Irrtums). de falsa sapientia (Von der falschen Weisheit). de vera sapientia et religione (Über die wahre Weisheit und Religion). de justitia (Über die Gerechtigkeit). de vero cultu (Von der wahren Verehrung). de vita beata (Über das selige Leben). Die schöne Bordüre auf Blatt 1 recte (mit Darstellung einer Fuchsjagd und eines Bauerntanzes) nach Hans Holbein d. Jüngeren, geschnitten von J. Faber (Ausstellungskatalog Basel 387). Das erste Titelblatt mit zarten Ergänzungen von alter Hand, die ersten Seiten mit kleinem Wurmgang ohne Textverlust, letztes Blatt etwas unfrisch, sonst sehr wohlerhaltenes und breitrandiges Exemplar. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        (Concordantiae) Concordan tiae Maiores Sacrae Paginae, quam Bibliam uocant, omnium nouissimae, iam recens ab infinitis, quibus priores fere scatebant omnes, erroribus ac mendis, cura summa ac uigilantia singulari restiturae Adiecto insignium factorum eiusdem Catalogo in prioribus nusquam uiso, Tu Lector, Eme, Lege & Conatum nostrum probabis

      Agenturati apud Paulum Gotzium, 1530. 2°, Holzdeckel mit blindgepr. Schweinslederrücken, 2 Schliessen (1 defekt) Wurmlöcher im Deckel u. Seiten, Titel a. Falz eingerissen, unten mit alt. Exlibris, Schluss wasserfleckig, Seiten wellig. Im Ganzen gut.Exlibris 1727 von Dinkelsbühler Pfarrers Johann Franz Bozenhard Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        La Historia que escrivió en latín el poeta Lucano: trasladada en castellano por Martin Lasso de Oropesa, secretario de la excellente señora marquesa del Zenete, condesa de Nassou. Con privilegio que ninguno otro la imprima ni venda.

      Sans lieu, ni nom d'imprimeur ni date (Anvers?, c.1530). - in-folio. 8ff. 225pp. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un encadrement à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque). Rarissime Edition Originale en Espagnol de la célèbre "Pharsale" du poète et historien Lucain (39-65), neveu de Sénèque et né comme lui à Cordoue. Cette traduction en prose, due à Martín Lasso de Oropesa, demeura jusqu'en 1684 la seule version espagnole de Lucain et elle fut réimprimée à diverses reprises dans le cours du 16e siècle. "Lucain se place dans la lignée des écrivains espagnols de Rome. D'une œuvre abondante, voire considérable, touchant les genres les plus divers, poèmes de fantaisie, tragédie, ballets-pantomimes., il ne reste qu'une épopée en dix chants, La Pharsale, récit de la guerre civile menée entre César et Pompée" (Encyclopædia Universalis). Exemplaire lavé, un peu court de marges avec quelques réparations marginales, taches et traces d'humidité. Il porte diverses marques d'appartenance anciennes: l'ex-libris manuscrit de Alonso del Rincón, avec quelques lignes autographes de sa belle écriture humanistique dans le corps de l'ouvrage; l'ex-libris manuscrit d'un docteur daté de 1600; et enfin celui d'un certain Bartolomé de Cardenas. Palau, 143291: "Primera edición castellana. Es en prosa y se supone impresa en Flandes hacia 1530. Ha figurado en antiguos catalogos madrileños pero actualmente es rara. Existe en el Museo Británico". Catalogue des livres de Laserna-Santander, 2987: "Edition très rare". Gallardo, no. 2617. Heredia, no. 1550. Morante, Cat., 4409. Peeters-Fontainas, Impressions, I, no. 728. Penney, p. 319. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit 1½ Zeilen eigenh. Nachschrift und U.

      [Albenga], 23. I. 1530. - ½ S. mit Adresse und papiergedecktem Siegel verso. Folio. Kein Wasserzeichen erkennbar. Als Bischof von Albenga in der Provinz Savona, Ligurien, an den Statthalter Camillo Lucarello, in Rechtssachen: "[.] sono stati da nui l'iniquisitori Rechanatesi per la causa del balivo già ritinuto in Rechanati. Et fortemente ob spiritum praeptum condennatum et factomi intender essere contenti star alla dichiaratione per nui in tali casi da farsi. Et essendosi cusì ad nui rimessi ne siamo risoluti et per vos commettemo che quando loro coram vobis idonea cautione che stando declarationi nostre et iuris in ca' Parido Ma.triso nulath' siano molestati et cusì voi ordinarete che data huius more cautione non si molestino praemissis [?] inquisitionis comendatione lapsu [.] minoru ceterisque contrariis non obstant quibusqumque et tu valet etc."; die schwer leserliche Nachschrift: "ut solvito omnem penam per nos [.] auditoris [.]". - Gegenzeichnung von Felice Ricchobaldi. Kl. Papierdurchbruch neben der Unterschrift (keine Schriftberührung).

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        16th c. Hans Burgkmair the Elder Woodcut Illustration for Petrarch's Glucksbuch

      - We offer a woodcut book illustration by the German artist Hans Burgkmair the Elder. The illustration is 4" x 6 1/8" printed on hand made laid paper that is 10 5/8" x 6 7/8" with text on recto and verso. Hinged on left side margin verso to a backing paper which has several pencil notations. Likely from a 16th century German translation of Petrarch's prose treatise on fortune, or Glucksbuch. Several editions were published from the 1530's to the later half of the century, with alternate titles. In this cynical image a scholar/king hastily reads a large tome in a burning library, whilst his pageboy swats hopelessly at the flames. Hans Burgkmair the Elder (1473–1531) was a German painter and woodcut printmaker. He was an important innovator of the chiaroscuro woodcut, and seems to have been the first to use a tone block, in a print from 1508. Condition: There is a pea-sized area of paper loss near the bottom left corner of the illustration not affecting the image and two small areas of thinning paper in the image on the left side. These have been repaired with archival mending tape. Otherwise a fine impression with full margins in very good condition.

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        La Historia que escrivió en latín el poeta Lucano: trasladada en castellano por Martin Lasso de Oropesa, secretario de la excellente señora marquesa del Zenete, condesa de Nassou. Con privilegio que ninguno otro la imprima ni venda.

      Sans lieu, ni nom d'imprimeur ni date (Anvers?, c.1530). - in-folio. 8ff. 225pp. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs, plats ornés d'un encadrement à froid (Reliure moderne dans le goût de l'époque). Rarissime Edition Originale en Espagnol de la célèbre "Pharsale" du poète et historien Lucain (39-65), neveu de Sénèque et né comme lui à Cordoue. Cette traduction en prose, due à Martín Lasso de Oropesa, demeura jusqu'en 1684 la seule version espagnole de Lucain et elle fut réimprimée à diverses reprises dans le cours du 16e siècle. "Lucain se place dans la lignée des écrivains espagnols de Rome. D'une œuvre abondante, voire considérable, touchant les genres les plus divers, poèmes de fantaisie, tragédie, ballets-pantomimes., il ne reste qu'une épopée en dix chants, La Pharsale, récit de la guerre civile menée entre César et Pompée" (Encyclopædia Universalis). Exemplaire lavé, un peu court de marges avec quelques réparations marginales, taches et traces d'humidité. Il porte diverses marques d'appartenance anciennes: l'ex-libris manuscrit de Alonso del Rincón, avec quelques lignes autographes de sa belle écriture humanistique dans le corps de l'ouvrage; l'ex-libris manuscrit d'un docteur daté de 1600; et enfin celui d'un certain Bartolomé de Cardenas. Palau, 143291: "Primera edición castellana. Es en prosa y se supone impresa en Flandes hacia 1530. Ha figurado en antiguos catalogos madrileños pero actualmente es rara. Existe en el Museo Británico". Catalogue des livres de Laserna-Santander, 2987: "Edition très rare". Gallardo, no. 2617. Heredia, no. 1550. Morante, Cat., 4409. Peeters-Fontainas, Impressions, I, no. 728. Penney, p. 319. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Theocriti Syracusani Idyllia triginta sex Latino carmine reddita, Helio Eobano Hesso interprete

      Haganoae, per Iohan. Secerium, Anno XXX, Mense Nouembri [1530 /31]. [208] p. (signatures: A-N); 15 cm. The Greek text, edited by Camerarius, was contained in a separate section (signatures A-M8) omitted from this copy. Last leaf is a printer's device dated Feb. 1531. A rare edition. Very Good, bound in interesting early full leather with unusual tooling. Stock#OB1047.

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        Germaniae ex variis scriptoribus perbrevis explicatio.

      Augsburg, Heirich Stainer, 1530. - 8vo. Modern boards covered with brown marbled paper. Printed title within broad woodcut ornamented border with five dancing putti in the lower section; 2 woodcut historiated initials. (36) lvs., including the last blank; collation: A-D8, E4. Rare first edition of this interesting treatise, printed throughout in Italic, on the geography of Germany, including large parts of Europe: the Netherlands, Austria, Switzerland, and parts of eastern Europe, where 'Germans' lived or had been living. At the end is an account of Hispaniola and the newly discovered continent of America, which is here called 'Santa Martha'. Mexico and Temistitan are mentioned and not far from there, the island Yucatan and other newly found islands ('à qua etiam non longe remota est insula Iucatan cum aliis nuper repertum'). - At the same time an edition was published in Nürnberg by Petreius (VD16 P-2905); at least 10 further editions appeared in the course of the 16th century. - Willibald Pirckheimer (1470-130) was a German Renaissance lawyer, author and Renaissance humanist, a wealthy and prominent figure in Nuremberg in the 16th century, and a member of the governing City Council for two periods. He was the closest friend of the artist Albrecht Dürer who made a number of portraits of him, and a close friend of the great humanist and theologian Erasmus. Pirckheimer was educated in Italy, studying law at Padua and Pavia for seven years. He was a member of a group of Nuremberg humanists including Conrad Celtis, Sebald Schreyer, and Hartmann Schedel (author of the Nuremberg Chronicle). He also was consulted by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I on literary matters. He translated many classical texts into German (as well as Greek texts into Latin), and was a believer in translating 'by the sense' rather than over-literally, a great question of the day. Among other works, he edited and had published an edition of Ptolemy's Geographia in 1525 (reprinted in 1535, 1540 and 1541), which greatly impressed Erasmus: a good preparation for this treatise in which Pirckheimer tries to located the cities, rivers and mountains in Europe, mentioned by classical authors like Ptolemy, Plinius, Caesar, Tacitus and others, and to identify them with 16th-century names. - Good copy.- (Title-page restored (no loss of text or title border); id. the corner at top of f. 2; some margina ldust staining in first lvs.). VD16 P-2904; Contemporaries of Erasmus III, pp. 90-94; Sabin 63017. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De verborum significatione libri quatuor. Eiusdem, in tractatum eius argumenti veterum Iureconsultor(um), Commentaria.

      Lyon, Seb. Gryphius, 1530.. Folio. 268 S., 8 Bl. Mit breiter figürlicher Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. -Vorgebunden: Gulielmus Budaeus (Bude). Annotationes in quatuor & viginti pandectarum libros, ad Ioannem Deganaium postremum auctae, et recognitae. Paris, R. Estienne, 1535. Folio. 2 Bl., 381 S., 9 Bl.; 2 Bl., 142 S., 3 Bl. Mit 2 (gleichen) Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und 4 Schrotschnitt-Initialen. Blindgeprägter Leder d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit Vorsätzen aus einer mittelalterlichen Pergamenthandschrift (etwas beschabt, Rücken an Kopf und Fuß mit Leder restauriert, mit neuem Lederrückenschild, Schließen fehlen).. Alciati: Erste Ausgabe. Einer der wichtigsten juristischen Kommentare im neuzeitlichen Europa. Der italienische Humanist und Jurist gilt als "Begründer der wissenschaftlichen Jurisprudenz der Neuzeit" (Schulte III/1, 448). Mit zahlreichen Unterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. - Index Aureliensis 102.876; vgl. Stintzing-L. I, 96 & 162. Budaeus: Erste Ausgabe bei Estienne, Teil 2 wird von Renouard irrtümlich für eine Neuausgabe des ersten gehalten. "Das Muster einer von philologisch-antiquarischer Gelehrsamkeit getragenen Exegese" (Conrad II, 346). - Adams B 3086; Index Aureliensis 126.711; Renouard 41; vgl. Stintzing-L. I, 95 & 162 f.; nicht bei Schreiber.

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