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        De gli habiti antichi, et moderni di diverse parti del mondo, libri due, ..., & con discorsi da lui dichiarati.Venice, Damiano Zenaro, 1590. 8vo (19 x 12 x 4.5 cm). Title-page with an elaborately decorated woodcut scrollwork border, a divisional title with a 4-piece woodcut border, an emblematic woodcut medallion, 5 full-page woodcut views of Venice, and 413 full-page woodcut costume figures from around the world (each in a 4-piece woodcut border). Gold-tooled red goatskin morocco (Paris, ca. 1865) by the celebrated French binder C. Hardy and his partner, signed in the front turn-in "HARDY-MENNIL", each board with the crowned and supported arms of the Prince d'Essling, monogram AM (for André Masséna, Prince d'Essling), richly gold-tooled spine, gold-tooled turn-ins, double fillets on board edges, edges gilt over swirl marbling.

      Hiler, p. 873; Lipperheide Aa 33; USTC 862177; Vinet 2093; for the binder and arms: Flety, p. 89; Olivier et al., Reliures armoriées 2466 & 2467. First edition, in the original Italian, of a famous early woodcut book of ancient and modern costumes by Cesare Vecellio (ca. 1530-1600), a nephew of Titian and himself a gifted painter and ornament draughtsman. This edition shows the 420 fine woodcuts at their freshest, revealing many details of the costumes. The third edition attributes the drawing of the figures to Titian, but they are usually regarded as the work of Vecellio himself. They were cut in wood by Christoph Krieger, a Nürnberg woodblock cutter working in Venice, where he was known as Christoforo Guerra. The presswork is good, showing the woodcut illustrations and decorated initials to excellent effect. The work is divided into two "libri", the first devoted to the costumes of Europe with 349 beautiful ancient and modern figures and 5 charming views of Venice; the second devoted to costumes of Asia and Africa with 64 figures. Vecellio added explanatory text, not only for the ancient but also for the modern costumes, the first time anyone had provided this information, so that the text is also an important primary source for clothing of the period. The part on Europe includes several beautiful Russian and East European, as well as numerous Turkish/Ottoman and Greek costume figures. C. Hardy learned bookbinding under Jean-Edouard Niédrée and set up his own Paris bindery around 1850. The firm signed its bindings Hardy-Mennil from ca. 1865, but little is known about either partner. The Princes d'Essling had been Niédreé patrons and André Prosper Victor Masséna (1829-1898/99), Prince d'Essling, was also an early Hardy-Mennil patron. An anonymous writer in 1870 named Hardy-Mennil as one of the six "most celebrated French binders of modern times" and went on to single out [Marcellin I] Lortic, Hardy-Mennil and [Bernard] David, all in Paris, as standing out internationally "for delicacy and refinement of tooling" ("Book-binding", in: American bibliopolist , pp. 176-178, 220-222, 316-320, at p. 320). In very good condition. A small scrap of paper (about 14 x 35 mm) apparently fell on the type during the printing, masking a parts of a few words of text on P3. A couple endleaves nearly detached and slightly chipped, the hinges, board edges and gilt edges of the bookblock slightly worn, and with a few small spots, but the binding is otherwise fine. Beautifully bound copy of an important and extensive book of woodcut costume figures.

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        Veterinariae medicinae libri II

      Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1530. (22 x 31,5) EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Splendida legatura in marocchino rosso con impressioni a freddo, tagli dorati e cesellati. (16), 120 ff. Jean Ruel (1479 -1537) fu il primo a tradurre l' Ippiatrico, una raccolta di scritti di veterinaria di 17 autori greci (Absyrto, Ierode, Ippocrate, Theomnesto, Pelagonio, Anatolio, etc.). Il suo testo è preceduto da una sestina del grande umanista greco J. Lascaris, che loda le qualità di Ruel come traduttore. Quest'opera sontuosa, dedicata a Francesco I, è una delle più celebri opere di medicina veterinaria del Rinascimento. Stampata da Louis Blaudblom di Gand (che lavorò per s. Colines dal 1529 al 1536), fu composta con un nuovo tipo di carattere sulla miglior carta vergata. Brun 286; Chiodi, Storia della Veterinaria, p. 120; Mennessier de la Lance II-262; Mortimer 470; Osler 3851; Renouard 165.48

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        Bibliotheca Instituta et Collecta Primum?deinde in Epitomen redacta & novorum Librorum accessiones locupletata, iam vero postremo recognita, & in duplum post priores editiones aucta, per Josiam Simlerum?

      - Second edition of Gesner's Bibliotheca Universalis, issued for the first time with this title, and edited by the author's younger friend, Josias Simler (1530-76). Our edition has been greatly enlarged and revised; it now includes approximately 35,000 titles. "Gessner's Bibliotheca universalis is not only a bibliography in the true sense of the term, nor is it merely a more or less comprehensive description of books, listing title, place and date of publication, and publisher. What distinguishes this work over and against the later extracts (Epitomes) and makes it a unique document of the Renaissance resides in the indications relating to the work, life, and significance of the individual authors. The Bibliotheca is, e.g. in the case of Zwingli, Calvin, and Gessner himself, even today a biographical source of considerable value. Thus the Bibliotheca may be seen also as a work of universal biography, a lexicon of writers, such as had never previously existed?"-Hans Fischer, "Conrad Gesner (1516-1565) as Bibliographer and Encyclopedist" in The Library, 5th Series, Vol. XXI (1966), pp. 269-81. A nice and crisp copy. ? Besterman, The Beginnings of Systematic Bibliography, pp. 15-21. Grolier Club, Bibliography, 14-(1st ed. of 1545). Printing & the Mind of Man 73-(1st ed.). Wellisch A 16.5.a-d. Woodcut printer's device on title. 6 p.l. (last a blank), 691, [40] pp. Thick folio, cont. vellum over boards (binding a little soiled, 2nd-4th preliminary leaves with a mostly marginal stain, minor foxing). Zurich: C. Froschauer, 1574 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Concordantiae maiores Bibliae, recens, summo studio, ab innumeris erroribus uindicatae, emaculatae, & auctae. Complete.

      Strassburg, Johann Schott, 1530. Pages unnumbered, app. 800 pages pp. The titelleaf with a full page engraving picturing the fall of man. With old 1500 notes on titelpage, and a fine giftinscription inside frontboard 19 cent. Folio.Bound in a contemporary (1500) year beaytifull blindstamped pigskin with raised bands and wooden boards. The spine had been restored br reusing of the original binding so practically all the original binding is present. Last pages with waterstain. 17041601

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        Diogene

      1530 - Chiaroscuro a quattro blocchi, 1527 – 1530 circa. Da un soggetto di Parmigianino. È difficile determinare con esattezza lo stato di questo esemplare, perché il foglio ha subito restauri. Questa stampa, celebrata da Vasari come la "più bella stampa che alcuna che mai facesse Ugo" è considerata come il capolavoro di Ugo da Carpi, e una delle più note stampe del XVI secolo. Il filosofo cinico Diogene appare, in questa raffigurazione molto teatrale, simile al dio Poseidone: i capelli scompigliati dal vento, il mantello buttato all’indietro, teso come una vela. L’identità di Diogene è riconoscibile dai suoi attributi: la botte, nella quale scelse di vivere in assoluta povertà; il pollo spennato, simbolo del suo criticismo della dottrina metafisica di Platone che aveva definito l’uomo "animale bipede senza piume". È assorto nella lettura di un libro appoggiato per terra cui funge da leggio un altro volume, e accompagna con la torsione del busto il gesto del braccio destro che indica con una bastoncino la pagina aperta di un terzo libro ai suoi piedi. Il vigore pittorico dell’opera deriva dal fatto che Ugo da Carpi non distingue tra la piastra graduante nera, che generalmente descrive la struttura della linea, e la lastra di argilla per la finitura a colore. Il soggetto deriva da un'invenzione del Mazzola, degli anni 1526-1527, di cui esiste anche una versione incisa a bulino in formato ridotto e con varianti, di Caraglio (Bartsch XV, p. 94 n. 61). La questione della priorità tra il chiaroscuro di Ugo e l'incisione di Caraglio (Bartsch XV.94.61) è stata chiarita quando è stato scoperto in una collezione privata un disegno a sanguigna del Parmigianino, molto vicino alla stampa di Caraglio. Parmigianino probabilmente realizzò disegni preparatori diversi per i due incisori che hanno lavorato in stretta collaborazione con il pittore. Ci sono due studi presso la Devonshire Collection di Chatsworth (inv. N. 797B e 786), e un foglio di studi presso gli Uffizi, Firenze (inv. 13611F) relativi alla composizione. Secondo Johnson, l’opera fu realizzata al culmine della carriera di Ugo, sulla base della relazione del Vasari sul coinvolgimento del Parmigianino nella xilografia subito dopo la sua partenza da Roma verso Bologna nel 1527. Tuttavia, poichè il Vasari da due versioni differenti sulla realizzazione del Diogene, è necessario un riesame sulla dichiarata stretta collaborazione di Parmigianino e Ugo su questa stampa. Rossi, in Carpi 2009, afferma che le impressioni di secondo stato mostrano i segni dei danni del blocco. Naoko Takahatake. in Print Quarterly 2010, XXVII, 3, p. 321, sostiene l'esistenza di tre stati, e non due come fa Johnson: il primo stato, in precedenza non censito, ha un’ombreggiatura supplementare sulla coscia destra di Diogene 'stampata dal blocco di tono più scuro", e rappresentato dall’esemplare al Museum of Fine Arts di Boston (inv. n. 64,1085); nel secondo stato (il I/II per Johnson) l’ombra è rimossa; infine, nel terzo stato (II/II per Johnson), l’area solida alla sinistra della spalla di Diogene, del blocco più scuro, è eliminata. Ottimo prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, interventi di restauro ricostruttivo perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Chiaroscuro woodcut from four blocks in ochre, 1527 – 1530 circa. After a subject by Parmigianino. The plate shows the Cynic philosopher Diogenes of Sinope sits before a barrel with his gaze cast down to a book on the ground before him. He is represented here with some of his attributes: the barrel where he chose to live in absolute poverty and the chicken without feathers, symbolising his criticism of the metaphysical philosophy of Plato. He powerfully grips a stick in his right hand, directing our attention to the second open book. The phiposopher’s tensed and imposing form dominates the composition. A lengh of drapery that surges across his shoulders and falls heavily to the ground helps to animate the scene. The four block are wholly

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        Dictionarium Trilingue, In Quo Scilicet Latinis Vocabulis [with] Paulus Cortesius In Sententias [with] In Acta Apostolica Homiliae Centum Viginti Duae

      Basel: Henricum Petrum, 1530. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary rolled pigskin over wooden boards, much worn and discolored, lacking clasps, but catches are intact and binding quite sound overall, 1615 inscription to pastedown. Title page of In Acta Apostolica (bound first) excised on the lower right corner, old notes to title and scattered, neat, notes and annotations in early or contemporary hands throughout all three works, heavily in In Acta, more scattered in the other two. Occasional mostly marginal damp staining, foxing, marginal browning and age toning, final title page (Paulus Cortesius) darkened and last few pages stained and worn at edges , but generally clean and bright overall. In Acta Apostolica: Haguenau, Petri Brubacchi, 1535. [6], 421 (i.e. 241) leaves, lacking the final blank; (Dictionarium Trilingue) 238, [2] pp.; Paulus Cortesius In Sententias: Basel, Froben, 1513. [6], 52 leaves. The rare first edition of Munster's three language dictionary (Adams M1927). Munster had published his Dictionarium Hebraicum in 1523 to much acclaim, but it was with his three language dictionary that his more humanistic leanings were fulfilled - the homo trilinguis being a sort of renaissance ideal of the educated man. Bound with Paulus Cortesius In Sententias (just 14 copies in WorldCat) published by Froben in 1513, and Brenz's In Acta Apostolica with manuscript annotation throughout. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046397.

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        Cleopatra sitting

      

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        De Vera Iesu Christi, Domini et Servatoris nostri, secundum humanam naturam in his terris praesentia, orthodoxa et brevis expositio, Josia Simlero....

      Kl.8, 1139 S., OPerg. handschriftlicher Rückentitel, Deckel etwas knittrig m. kleinen Fehlstellen, Schliessbändel fehlen, sonst schönes Exemplar. VD 16 ZV 14429, Vischer C 877 - Josias Simler (auch Josias Simmler (1530-1576), Schweizer Theologe und Landeskundler. 1544 ging Simler nach Zürich, um unter seinem Paten Heinrich Bullinger zu studieren. Er setzte sein Studium in Basel und Strassburg fort. 1552 wurde er in Zürich Professor für Exegese des Neuen Testaments, 1560 für Theologie. Ab 1555 begann er die Bibliotheca universalis von Conrad Gesner neu herauszugeben. In seinem Werk De Alpibus commentarius, welches das erste Werk war, das sich umfassend mit den Alpen befasste, sammelte er alle Informationen über das Gebirge aus den Werken verschiedener anderer Autoren versehen mit Anmerkungen aus eigener Anschauung. Simler schrieb zudem weitere Werke über die Schweizer Landeskunde, wie De Republica Helvetiorum (Abriss der Chronik von Johannes Stumpf, 1547/48) oder Vallesiae Descriptio.

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        Die Uebergabe der Augsburgischen Confession den 25 Juny 1530'.

      - Lithographie v. Friedrich August Fricke b. Heinrich Gottlieb Kreussler in Wurzen, 1830, 62 x 51,5 Angelika Marsch, Bilder zur Augsburger Konfession und ihren Jubiläen, 127. - Neugotisches Gedenkblatt zur dritten Säkularfeier der Augsburger Konfession im Jahre 1830. - Zeigt u.a. Gesamtansicht von Augsburg und 16 Porträts (Friedrich III. Johann, Kurfürst zu Sachsen, J. Friedrich, Kurfürst zu Sachsen, Karl V., Spalatinus, Bugenhagen, Osiander, Schnepfius, Agricola, Pontanus, Gustav Adolph, Martin Luther etc.)

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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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        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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        Das Newe Testament Mar. Luthers.

      Wittenberg, (Hans Lufft), 1530. - 8vo (130 x 185 mm). (328) ff. (A-Z8, a-s8). With woodcut title border, 36 full-page woodcuts (including 3 repeats) and woodcut initials. Contemporary dark brown full calf, blindstamped with tendril designs framing a crucifix (upper cover) and four rows of tendril rolls (lower cover). Remains of clasps; spine on 3 raised bands, professionally repaired. Exceptionally rare impression of Luther's New Testament in German, the original edition of the last text he issued before incorporating it into his first complete German Bible of 1534. Luther's first edition of the German New Testament, famously published in September 1522, had been a single-handed effort, the work of no more than eleven intensely laborious weeks which he had spent in hiding at the Wartburg. An expensive folio production, it nevertheless sold out in less than three months. During the following years Luther had moved on to tackle various books of the Old Testament, for the preparation of which he employed the help and advice of several friends whose knowledge of Hebrew he felt to be superior. In 1529 however, as part of his work towards a complete German Bible, he meticulously revised (with the support of Melanchthon) his earlier version of the New Testament, and the present edition went forth at Frankfurt's 1530 Easter Book Fair. For the first time it appeared in the pocket-size octavo format, containing several new woodcuts by Georg Lemberger which maintained the style of the Lucas Cranach illustrations. Notably, the woodcut of St. Matthew is a portrait of Luther himself. The 25th illustration of the Apocalypse introduces a surprisingly topical slant, picturing Gog and Magog as the Turkish army which had besieged Vienna the previous year: St. Stephen's Cathedral is clearly visible, and the city wall bears the inscription "Wien", lest even the most obtuse of readers miss the point (indeed, a marginal note in the text opposite spells out the identification). As for the edition's textual changes, "the improvements were grammatical, syntactical, and stylistic in nature, but often were also theologically motivated. In particular, the changes to the prefaces are of theological importance: Luther expanded the prologue to the First Epistle to the Corinthians; the Revelation's introduction was expanded eightfold and given a wholly new character, which was now closer to a true commentary - or rather to a polemic which drew its incisiveness from its capacity to bring up to date the interpretation of the Holy Scripture" (cf. Reinitzer, p. 153). Luther's translation "was of vital importance to the progress of the Reformation, giving a new impetus to the study of the scriptures in the vernacular all over Europe. It also was to have as profound an influence on the development of the German language as the King James Bible later had on English" (PMM 51). The verso of the title page bears Luther's sardonic warning to piratical printers and competing translators: "I beg all my friends and foes, my masters, printers, and readers, let this New Testament be mine. If they lack one, let them make one for themselves. I know full well what I am doing, as I am well aware of what others are doing, but this Testament shall be Luther's German Testament; for there is not measure nor end to fault-finding and second-guessing." The demand for the book proved enormous: by the time Luther's German Bible was published in 1534, over 80 editions of his New Testament had appeared, and by the time of his death the reprints numbered at least 330. Even the original 1530 Testament exists in two collations with three different title pages, all equally rare: earlier that the same year, the printer Lufft had produced a 412-leaf Testament with a significantly narrower printed space, which he then reissued with a changed title woodcut. The title page of the present, final variant, re-set with a wider printed space and a title border showing tendril-entwined columns at the sides and medallions at the top and b

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        Commentarii di Caio Giulio Cesare tradotti di latino in volgar lingua per Agostino Ortica de la porta Genovese nuovamente revisto & co somma diligentia corretto & historiato

      Per Nicolo d’Aristotile detto Zoppino (al colophon), 1530. 8vo (cm. 14,5), 8 cc.nn., 263 cc.nn. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con cornice xilografica figurata, 6 carte geografiche n.t. di cui una (Spagna) su due carte. Inoltre all’inizio di ogni libro della Guerra Gallica e Civile una vignetta a mezza pagina di soggetto cavalleresco. In fine marca tipografica dello Zoppino. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con titolo calligrafico al dorso. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Poche postille marginali ed una nota d’antica mano sull’ultima facciata. Fresco e genuino esemplare. La traduzione di Agostino Ortica Della Porta (letterato genovese fiorito nel primo ventennio del Cinquecento e famoso anche per un volgarizzamento di Sallustio) risale al 1517; un anno dopo le fu contrapposta quella del fiorentino Dante Popoleschi che - però - non ebbe fortuna. Invece quella dell’Ortica, che adottò una lingua assai più espressiva e rimase a lungo insuperata, fu ristampata molte volte e adottata anche nell’edizione aldina del 1547.

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        De rebus coelestibus libri XIIII. Eiusdem de luna fragmentum

      Basilea; Andreas Cratander 1530 - in 8°; (22,5 x 15 cm. ca.); pp. (12), 382, (2); leg. in piena pelle (la pregevole legatura d’epoca presenta delle impressioni a secco con motivi floreali e figure umane sui piatti e sul dorso) con laccetti di chiusura. Bella marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e nel verso dell'ultima carta (Donna con i piedi alati, posta su un globo che tiene nella mano destra un rasoio), iniziali figurate ed instoriate, testo della prima pagina entro ricca cornice figurata xilografica, carattere italico. Quest’opera è un trattato completo che affronta tutti gli aspetti della scienza e degli oroscopi, illustrando i movimenti celesti e le rivoluzioni dei pianeti, indicando così l'influenza che essi hanno sui destini terreni degli uomini. Giovanni Gioviano Pontano (1422-1503) di Napoli, fu poeta, astrologo, umanista e uomo politico. Egli fu come Marsilio Ficino, non solo un valido promotore del movimento umanistico quattrocentesco, ma partecipò anche al movimento esoterico, che era coltivato da quasi tutti gli uomini di cultura del tempo. Fondò così a Napoli l'Accademia Pontiniana, come quasi contemporaneamente il Ficino quella Ficiniana, che si richiamava a Platone e alle conoscenze esoteriche dell'antichità (Rare sottolineature, alcune note ai margini, restauri alla legatura. Esemplare molto buono)

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        De mirandis Germaniae antiquitatibus sermones convivales Strassburg apud Christianum Egenolphum

      

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        Syphilis sive morbus gallicus....

      Verona: [Stefano dei Nicolini da Sabbio], 1530. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 8vo - over 7¾ - 9¾" tall. August 1530. 8vo (204 x 148 mm). Collation: a-e8 (-e8). 39 leaves (of 40, lacking the final of four blanks only), unfoliated. Italic type, initial spaces with guide letters. Later stiff vellum, spine with 3 raised bands. Some pages with faint marginal staining, a few spots in places. Provenance: Giancarlo Beltrame Library; faint remnants of a stamp remover from title, removed inscription on e7. A fine, crisp copy. An Italian export license is provided with this copy. ----Norman 826; Heirs of Hippocrates 98; Lilly Library, Notable Medical Books, 23; NLM/Durling 1641; Osler 4817; Waller 3173; Wellcome I, 2391; Adams F826; BM/STC Italian p. 275; Garrison-M. 2364; Baumgartner & Fulton 1. - RARE FIRST EDITION (especially rare in original binding), lacking only the final blank (of four) at the end. Fracastoro dedicated this mock-heroic poem to his patron, Cardinal Pietro Bembo, by whom it was esteemed and praised (although he insisted that some passages be eliminated). "The poem, drafted in Latin hexameter (about 1,300 verses) of exquisite beauty, occupies a prominent place in the literature of the times and represents a magnificent paradigm of formal sixteenth-century virtuosity in refined Latin of a didactic quality reminiscent of Vergil's Georgics" (DSB). The work brought Fracastoro much fame, and established the universal name of the sickness, which derives from the hero of the treatise, the unfortunate shepherd Sifilo. "Fracastoro, through the course of the poem, speculates on the origin of the disease, treats of its causes and manifestations, and suggests remedies, especially mercury. There are several references to America, mentioning the curative powers of guaiacum wood and the theory of the American origin of syphilis, which Fracastoro rejects" (Heirs of Hippocrates). Very Good....

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        La Maga Circe

      1530. Chiaroscuro, 1530 circa, impresso su carta vergata coeva da due legni, in nero e ocra. Privo di firma. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, in perfetto stato di conservazione. L'opera deriva, da un disegno del Parmigianino, Circe e i compagni di Ulisse, conservato agli Uffizi, ed eseguito tra il 1524-30. L'incisione anonima è riferibile ai primi anni del quarto decennio del XVI secolo ed è attribuita ad Antonio da Trento. Una tarda edizione dell'opera viene pubblicata da Andreani, tra il 1602 e il 1610. La scena è ispirata ai versi del libro X dell'Odissea, in cui si narra dei compagni di Ulisse trasformati in animali dalla maga Circe. Rispetto al racconto, la scena è ambientata sulla nave e non nella vallata prossima al palazzo della maga. Alcuni marinai sono già stati trasformati, mentre nell'uomo che si aggrappa all'albero il processo di metamorfosi è ancora in atto. Bellissimo prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, piccolo strappo restaurato al lato destro, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Chiaroscuro woodcut printed from two blocks in black and ochre, 1530 circa, not signed. After a drawing by Parmigianino of the same subject at the Uffizi, Florence (Inv. No. 1972F). (A. E. Popham, Catalogue of Drawings by Parmigianino, 1971, vol. I, p. 69, no. 85). A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, complete of the borderline, perfect condition. This work is ascribed to Antonio da Trento; a late edition was published by Andreani in c. 1602-1610. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, a perfectly repaire tear at the right edge, otherwise very good condition. A great example. Bartsch XII.110.6.I-II; Nagler IV. P. 245; Gnann, Parmigianino und sein Kreis, n. 54. 202 232

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        Diogene

      1530. "Chiaroscuro a quattro blocchi, 1527 - 1530 circa. Da un soggetto di Parmigianino. È difficile determinare con esattezza lo stato di questo esemplare, perché il foglio ha subito restauri. Questa stampa, celebrata da Vasari come la ""più bella stampa che alcuna che mai facesse Ugo"" è considerata come il capolavoro di Ugo da Carpi, e una delle più note stampe del XVI secolo. Il filosofo cinico Diogene appare, in questa raffigurazione molto teatrale, simile al dio Poseidone: i capelli scompigliati dal vento, il mantello buttato all'indietro, teso come una vela. L'identità di Diogene è riconoscibile dai suoi attributi: la botte, nella quale scelse di vivere in assoluta povertà; il pollo spennato, simbolo del suo criticismo della dottrina metafisica di Platone che aveva definito l'uomo "animale bipede senza piume". È assorto nella lettura di un libro appoggiato per terra cui funge da leggio un altro volume, e accompagna con la torsione del busto il gesto del braccio destro che indica con una bastoncino la pagina aperta di un terzo libro ai suoi piedi. Il vigore pittorico dell'opera deriva dal fatto che Ugo da Carpi non distingue tra la piastra graduante nera, che generalmente descrive la struttura della linea, e la lastra di argilla per la finitura a colore. Il soggetto deriva da un'invenzione del Mazzola, degli anni 1526-1527, di cui esiste anche una versione incisa a bulino in formato ridotto e con varianti, di Caraglio (Bartsch XV, p. 94 n. 61). La questione della priorità tra il chiaroscuro di Ugo e l'incisione di Caraglio (Bartsch XV.94.61) è stata chiarita quando è stato scoperto in una collezione privata un disegno a sanguigna del Parmigianino, molto vicino alla stampa di Caraglio. Parmigianino probabilmente realizzò disegni preparatori diversi per i due incisori che hanno lavorato in stretta collaborazione con il pittore. Ci sono due studi presso la Devonshire Collection di Chatsworth (inv. N. 797B e 786), e un foglio di studi presso gli Uffizi, Firenze (inv. 13611F) relativi alla composizione. Secondo Johnson, l'opera fu realizzata al culmine della carriera di Ugo, sulla base della relazione del Vasari sul coinvolgimento del Parmigianino nella xilografia subito dopo la sua partenza da Roma verso Bologna nel 1527. Tuttavia, poichè il Vasari da due versioni differenti sulla realizzazione del Diogene, è necessario un riesame sulla dichiarata stretta collaborazione di Parmigianino e Ugo su questa stampa. Rossi, in Carpi 2009, afferma che le impressioni di secondo stato mostrano i segni dei danni del blocco. Naoko Takahatake. in Print Quarterly 2010, XXVII, 3, p. 321, sostiene l'esistenza di tre stati, e non due come fa Johnson: il primo stato, in precedenza non censito, ha un'ombreggiatura supplementare sulla coscia destra di Diogene 'stampata dal blocco di tono più scuro", e rappresentato dall'esemplare al Museum of Fine Arts di Boston (inv. n. 64,1085); nel secondo stato (il I/II per Johnson) l'ombra è rimossa; infine, nel terzo stato (II/II per Johnson), l'area solida alla sinistra della spalla di Diogene, del blocco più scuro, è eliminata. Ottimo prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, interventi di restauro ricostruttivo perfettamente eseguiti, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione." Chiaroscuro woodcut from four blocks in ochre, 1527 - 1530 circa. After a subject by Parmigianino. The plate shows the Cynic philosopher Diogenes of Sinope sits before a barrel with his gaze cast down to a book on the ground before him. He is represented here with some of his attributes: the barrel where he chose to live in absolute poverty and the chicken without feathers, symbolising his criticism of the metaphysical philosophy of Plato. He powerfully grips a stick in his right hand, directing our attention to the second open book. The phiposopher's tensed and imposing form dominates the composition. A lengh of drapery that surges across his shoulders and falls heavily to the ground helps to animate the scene. The four block are wholly interdependent, each one integral to the design. The image is built up through areas of color rather than detailed line work to produce a most painterly effect. There are two studies at the Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth (inv. nos. 797B and 786), and a sheet of studies in the Uffizi, Florence (inv. 13611F) related to the composition. Parmigianino's unique etching in the British Museum (inv. no. 1864,0714.72) is also connected to this figure. According to Johnson, the piece is a culmination of Ugo's career, based on Vasari's report on Parmigianino's involvement with this woodcut immediately after his flight from Rome to Bologna in 1527. However, as Vasari gives two different versions of the making of Diogenes, a reexamination is needed of the often-stated close collaboration of Parmigianino and Ugo on this print. Rossi in Carpi 2009 states that second state impressions show damages of the block. Takahatake in the review of the Carpi 2009 exhibition catalogue (Print Quarterly 2010, p. 321) claims the existence of three states. According to her, the first state, previously unrecorded, has additional shading on Diogenes' right thigh printed from the darkest tone block, for example in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (inv. no. 64.1085; see fig. 180). The question of priority between Ugo's chiaroscuro and Caraglio's engraving of the same subject (Bartsch XV.94.61) was clarified when Parmigianino's red chalk drawing, very close to Caraglio's print, was discovered in a private collection. Parmigianino probably made separate preparatory drawings for the two printmakers who worked in close collaboration with the painter. A good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, some perfectly restored area, generally in good condition. Barryte, (2016) n. 47 p. 378 350 480

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        De rebus coelestibus libri XIIII. Eiusdem de luna fragmentum

      Basilea; Andreas Cratander, 1530. in 8°; (22,5 x 15 cm. ca.); pp. (12), 382, (2); leg. in piena pelle (la pregevole legatura d'epoca presenta delle impressioni a secco con motivi floreali e figure umane sui piatti e sul dorso) con laccetti di chiusura. Bella marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e nel verso dell'ultima carta (Donna con i piedi alati, posta su un globo che tiene nella mano destra un rasoio), iniziali figurate ed instoriate, testo della prima pagina entro ricca cornice figurata xilografica, carattere italico. Quest'opera è un trattato completo che affronta tutti gli aspetti della scienza e degli oroscopi, illustrando i movimenti celesti e le rivoluzioni dei pianeti, indicando così l'influenza che essi hanno sui destini terreni degli uomini. Giovanni Gioviano Pontano (1422-1503) di Napoli, fu poeta, astrologo, umanista e uomo politico. Egli fu come Marsilio Ficino, non solo un valido promotore del movimento umanistico quattrocentesco, ma partecipò anche al movimento esoterico, che era coltivato da quasi tutti gli uomini di cultura del tempo. Fondò così a Napoli l'Accademia Pontiniana, come quasi contemporaneamente il Ficino quella Ficiniana, che si richiamava a Platone e alle conoscenze esoteriche dell'antichità (Rare sottolineature, alcune note ai margini, restauri alla legatura. Esemplare molto buono)

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        1530 Document - Invitation to the Diet of Augsburg - Reformation

      16th century Holy Roman Emperor Charles V had a problem: his land was about to be invaded by the Turks and had to find a way to unite the people against the impending invaders. The people were deeply divided over religion. The Protestants Reformation had just occurred about a decade earlier, and many people, including German political leaders, had chosen to follow the ways of the great Reformer Martin Luther. Wanting the support of the Lutherans against the Turks, Charles V - a Catholic - determined to discuss religious differences at the 1530 Diet of Augsburg and, in January of that year, issued an invitation for the April meeting. The Lutherans outlined their beliefs in the Augsburg Confession, much of which was written by Philip Melanchton, himself was forbidden from entering Augsburg. The Confession was read aloud on June 25, 1530, and remains to this day a prominent creed of the Lutheran church.This extremely old and rare document is an invitation to the Diet of Augsburg, and, as one of the only two copies in existence, is a beautiful reminder of this historic even, signed by Emperor Charles V.

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        Romanorum Imperatorum vitae, das ist: Kurtzer Sumarischer Außzug aller Römischen Kayser, Succeßion, von dem ersten biß auff jetzt regierenden Kayser Rudolphum, deß Namens der ander, neben jren warhafften Contrafacturen, Thaten, Leben und Streben. (Straubing, Andreas Sommer) 1597. 8°. 72 (le. w.) nn.Bll., mit zweifärb. Titelholzschnitt u. 129 Porträtholzschnitten im Text sowie Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Schluß.- Angeb.: Prosapia vel genealogia Imperatorum Turcicorum, das ist: Ein kurtzer summarischer Ausszug, aller Türckischen Kayser, wie lang die geregiert, gelebt . mit vermeldung. der Türcken Abgott oder Propheten. Item von Art und Eygenschafft deß Türckens. (Straubing, Andreas Sommer) 1597. 39 nn.Bll., mit 24 Porträtholzschnitten u. 1 Holz

      - I. VD 16, H 173 - USTC 691418 - STC 744 - Weller 52 - nicht in Adams.- Spätere Ausgabe (erstmals 1530 in Nürnberg erschienen) der Kaisergeschichte in Versform.- II. VD 16, P 5074 (nur 2 Exemplare) - Göllner 2316 - STC 874.- Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten.- Sultangeschichte in Versform. Enth. am Ende die erste deutsche Übersetzung des Gedichtes ?De Turcarum tyranno emblema? von Antonius Verantius. ?Verantius wrote and published this one-page emblem poem accompanied by a woodcut in Vienna in spring 1558, immediately after his first mission to Constantinople (1553-1557). In the poem, which is addressed to Archduke. Maximilian of Habsburg. he summarises his experiences, and gives his opinion of Sultan Süleyman I.? (Christian-Muslim Relations S.368).- Tls. leicht gebräunt u. nur gering fleckig, anfangs kl. Wurmspur im ob. Rand, Ebd. etw. berieben, Rücken mit kl. Bezugsfehlstelle durch Wurmfraß. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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]. Hard Cover. [208] p. (signatures: A-N⁷); 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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        Der gantze juedische Glaube, mit samt einer gründlichen und wahrhafftigen Anzeigung aller Satzungen, Ceremonien Izzo aber allen christlichen Liebhabern zu einem grossen Nutz und Erkäntniß der jüdischen Blindheit, auffs neue nach den alten editionibus übersehen, und mit einem vollkommenen Register vermehret.

      Mit gest. Frontispiz. 15 Bll., 360 S., 12 Bll. Späterer Umschlag. Freimann 148 vgl. Fürst II, 330. - Erste von Reineccius besorgte Ausgabe der erstmals 1530 erschienen Schrift. Das bekannte Antijudaicum fand "starke Verbreitung und tat seine verheerende Wirkung, indem es u. a. Luthers Judenfeindschaft stark beeinflußte." (Jüd. Lex. III, 1380). - Titel mit altem Besitzeintrag und radiertem Stempel (geringer Buchstabenverlust), teilweise leicht gebräunt.

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        Meteorologia conscripta a Iohanne Garcaeo pastore ecclesiae. Dei in noua arce Brennonis. Additae sunt tabelae, que totam meteororum doctrinam complectuntur, et exempla historica sacra et prophana, multorum seculaorum, quibus haec materia...

      ...scholasticorum causa illustrata est. - (Titelblatt mit alt unterlegten Fehlstellen, Druckermarke auf Titelblatt mit unterlegter Fehlstelle, drei Blatt mit alt ersetzten Fehlstellen, wobei der Verlust weniger Buchstaben handschriftlich ergänzt wurde, erste und letzte Blatt fleckig und... ...angestaubt, sehr vereinzelt Annotationen von alter Hand, stellenweise leichte Wasserränder, Spiegel erneuert, die ersten 50 Blatt etwas wellig, Pergament mit kl. Randläsuren, im Ganzen dennoch noch recht ordentlich erhaltenes Exemplar).-Erste Ausgabe. Johannes Garcaeus d.J. (13.12.1530 - 22.1.1574) studierte Theologie, wobei er sich dem mit seinem Vater befreundeten Melanchton anschloß und Mathematik (bei Kaspar Peucer). 1555 wurde er Magister in Greifswald, 1556 dort auch Professor der Philosophie, 1562, Superintendent zu Neubrandenburg und 1572 Doktor der Theologie zu Wittenberg. Außer der hier vorliegenden Meteorologie verfasste der zu seiner Zeit als Mathematiker geschätzte Garcaeus auch noch einen 'Methodus astrologiae' (Basel 1570), in dem er unter anderem astrologische Vorhersagen für über 400 Persönlichkeiten seiner Zeit machte. - ADB VIII, 370f. - VD 16, G 448 (dort offenbar ohne die Dedikation).

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        Vollständige teutsche Stadt-Recht, im Erb-Königreich Böheim und Marggrafthum Mähren. von einem, dem publico geneigten Rechtsgelehrten in Druck befoerdert.

      8, Titellkupfer (10 Bl., 678 S., 35 Bl., HLdr. d. Zeit m goldgepägtem Rückenschild, Ein Blatt m. Einriss, Papierbedingt gebräunt, ansintsen schönes Exemplar. Erster Druck dieser kompletten Neufassung. Das rot-schwarze Titelbl. zeigt auf der Frontseite das Wappen von Böhmen und auf der Rückseite jenes von Mähren. Auf S. 277 ganzseitige Kupfertafel (Stammbaum). Widmungstext falsch eingebunden.Autor war der Dekan der Prager Universität Pavel Kristian z Koldina (1530-1589) dessen Stadtrecht 1579 erstmals erschien Ursprünglich galt es nur für Prag, später auch für die böhmischen und mährischen Städten sowie für die Städte der Grafschaft Glatz. ( en k Zíbrt, Bibliographie zur tschechischen Geschichte, II 983).

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        De Republica Helvetiorum libri duo [...]. Describitur vero in his libris non tantum communis totius Helvetiae politia, et singulorum pagorum respub. verumtiam foederum omnium origo et conditiones exponuntur, et res gestae à temporibus Rodolphi Imp. usque ad Carolum V. Imp. breviter narrantur [...].

      8. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke. 8 nn., 205 num., 7 nn. (das letzte weiß) Bll., Blindgepr. Pgmt. d. Zt. Erstausgabe. - Ein Lehrbuch oder Abriß des eidgenössischen Staatsrechts, der staatlichen, politischen und gesellschaftlichen Verhältnisse (Feller/B. 197). Simler (1530-1576) stützt sich dabei besonders auf Stumpf und Tschudy. - Einband etw. berieben u. beschabt. Etw. fleckig u. tlw. wasserrandig. - VD16, S 6510 Vischer C 909 Adams S 1165 Wäber 20 Leemann/van Elck, Froschauer 149 Haller IV, 409.

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        La republique des Suisses, comprinse en deux livres, contenans le gouvernement de Suisse, lestat public des treize cantons, & de leurs confederez, en general & en particulier, leurs bailliages & iurisdictions, lorigine & les conditions de toutes leurs alliances, leurs batailles, victoires, conquestes, & autres gestes memorables, depuis lempereur Raoul de Habspourg, iusquà Charles V. .nouvellement mise en François. Avec le pourtraict des villes des treize cantons.

      12 Bl., 467 S., 6 Bl. mit 1 ganzs. und 13 halbseitigen Holzschnitten 8, Lederband des 20. Jahrhunderts Adams 1169. SCT 402. - Frühes Handbuch der Schweiz. Der ganzs. Holzschnitt mit Darstellung des Rütlischwures, umgeben von den Wappen der Kantone. - Simler (1530-1576) arbeitete auch an Stumpfs Schweizer Chronik mit. - Exlibris (Paul Helbronner), wenig gebräunt und fleckig, Tit. mit hinterlegten Dünnstellen im Gelenk. Einband berieben und bestossen.

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        Dyser Tractat helt inn von berayttung der Wein, zu gesundthayt unnd nutzbarkeit der menschenn. Und wie man gutten Essick machen sol. Durch Doctorem Arnolphum de Villa Noua. [von bewarung / bewahrung und beraitung / beraytung / bereitung der wein / liber de vinis]

      Gewicht: 83 Gramm. Gedruckt am 9. Februar des Jahres 1530. Übersetzung und Kompilation der medizinisch-alchemistischen Schrift Liber de vinis von Arnaldus de Villanova, eine Postinkunabel, erschienen bei Heinrich Steiner (auch Steyner) in Augsburg. Auch bekannt unter dem Titel: Der Weintraktat des Arnoldus de Villa Nova&#147. Diese Postinkunabel ist in einen Halbleinen-Pappeinband des 19. Jahrhunderts eingebunden (Foto 2), mit händischer Deckelbeschriftung. Innen auf dem Vortitelblatt und dem Titelblatt (Foto 1) ein blinder Prägestempel der KuK Oeno-chemischen Versuchs-Station in Klosternueburg, das im Jahr 1902 aufgelöst wurde. Am Titelblatt ein Stempel der Station rechts beim Titel und eine handschriftliche Laufnummer (Foto 1). Unter dem Holzschnitt des Titelblatts wurde ein weiterer Stempel der Versuchs-Station entfernt, was schwach sichtbar ist. Der Textteil ist sauber, gebräunt, aber mit wenigen Altersflecken, dazu wenige Anstreichungen mit verblasster dunkler Tinte. Abseits der auf Foto 4 abgebildeten Doppelseite finden sich lediglich zwei weitere, nicht gravierende Striche von gleicher Hand. Eine schöne Vignette auf auf dem ersten Blatt des Textes (Foto 3). Das Buch ist vollständig und in guter Erhaltung. Porto: Bitte beachten Sie, dass ein versichertes Verschicken nur bis zu einem Wert von 500 möglich ist (mit Österreichischer Post für Inlandssendung und mit Hermes für Sendung in die EU). Persönliche Abholung möglich. Postal Charge: For mailing this book outside the European Union please do not order the book bevor having asked for the costs for insured shipping or if there is the possibility for insured shipping at all.

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        De Vera Iesu Christi, Domini et Servatoris nostri, secundum humanam naturam in his terris praesentia, orthodoxa et brevis expositio, Josia Simlero....

      Kl.8, 1139 S., OPerg. handschriftlicher Rückentitel, Deckel etwas knittrig m. kleinen Fehlstellen, Schliessbändel fehlen, sonst schönes Exemplar. VD 16 ZV 14429, Vischer C 877 - Josias Simler (auch Josias Simmler (1530-1576), Schweizer Theologe und Landeskundler. 1544 ging Simler nach Zürich, um unter seinem Paten Heinrich Bullinger zu studieren. Er setzte sein Studium in Basel und Strassburg fort. 1552 wurde er in Zürich Professor für Exegese des Neuen Testaments, 1560 für Theologie. Ab 1555 begann er die Bibliotheca universalis von Conrad Gesner neu herauszugeben. In seinem Werk De Alpibus commentarius, welches das erste Werk war, das sich umfassend mit den Alpen befasste, sammelte er alle Informationen über das Gebirge aus den Werken verschiedener anderer Autoren versehen mit Anmerkungen aus eigener Anschauung. Simler schrieb zudem weitere Werke über die Schweizer Landeskunde, wie De Republica Helvetiorum (Abriss der Chronik von Johannes Stumpf, 1547/48) oder Vallesiae Descriptio.

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        Henrici Cornelii Agrippae ab Nettesheym [...] Operum Pars Posterior. Quorum Catalogum exhibebunt tibi pagina sequentes. Una cum rerum et verborum hoc tomo memorabilium Indice, & locuplete & certo. Huic accesserunt Epistolarum ad familiares libri septem, & orationes decem ante hoc seorsim edita.

      8 Bll., 1156 S., mit Titelvignette u. 5 Fig. (Holzschnitte), Kl.-8, Lederband d. Zt. mit Rotschnitt, Rückenvergoldung u. 4 Bünden Vgl. Caillet 82, 84 vgl. Rosenthal 11. - Es handelt sich hier um ein Nachfolgewerk zu dem 2bändigen: "Opera. In Duos Tomos Concinne Digesta... accessit Ars norotia." (dazu siehe Ferguson I,13). Die gefunden Jahresangaben reichen von ca. 1530 bis 1630, doch verm. ist letztere die richtige. - Der Band enthält wie schon das "Opera" versch. Werke Agrippas, so z.B. die wichtige Schrift "De incertitudine & vanitate Scientarum" (Über die Eitelkeit der Wissenschaft), eine satirische Nachschrift zur "Occulta Philosophia". Oder "In Artem brevem Raymundi Lullij. Commentaria", ein Kommentar zu einer Schrift Raymond Lulls (hierzu die Abb.). Weiter z.B.: "Denobilitate & praecellentia foeminei sexus" "De triplici ratione cognoscendi Deum lib[er] unus" "Regimen, seu Antidota ad versus pestem". Der erste Teil schliesst mit einem Index u. den zweiten Teil ab S. 681 bildet "Epistolarum ad Familiares, & eorum ad ipsum libi, nunc primum evulgati." Dieser zweite Teil wurde nicht bei allen Auflagen beigebunden. - Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim (1486-1535), Philosoph u. Arzt, der ein abenteuerliches Leben führte. Bekämpfte u.a. den Glauben an die Hexerei u. stellte ein System kabbalistischer Philosophie auf 1533 wurde er der "schwarzen Magie" angeklagt. Agrippa gilt als einer der Väter der abendländischen Geheimwissenschaft. - Einband etwas bestossen u. berieben Rücken mit kl. Wurmgängen u. oberes Kapitel mit kl. Fehlstelle Vorsatz mit ausgerissenem ExLibris, Bibliotheksaufkleber u. -eintrag Titel mit kl. Stempel, zwei kl. Vermerken u. einem kl. Loch (wenige mm) einige Seiten haben Anstreichungen von alter Hand leicht gebräunt u. gesamt durchaus ein schönes Expl.

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        Kleine Bibliothek "Deutsche National-Litteratur". Historisch kritische Ausgabe, herausgegeben von Joseph Kürschner. Insgesamt sind 172 Bände vorhanden. 1.) Band 1. Die älteste deutsche Litteratur bis um das Jahr 1050 2.) Band 2, 1. Die Spielmannsdichtung 3.) Band 2, 2. Die Spielmannsdichtungen geistlichen und ritterlichen Ursprungs 4.) Band 3, 1. Die geistliche Dichtung des Mittelalters I 5.) Band 3, 2. Die geistliche Dichtung des Mittelalters II/Deutschordensdichtungen 6.) Band 4, I, 1. Höfische Epik/Die ältesten Vertreter ritterlicher Epik in Deutschland. 7.) Band 4, I, 2. Höfische Epik/Hartman von Aue und seine Nachahme 8.) Band 4, I, 3+4. Höfische Epik/Nachahmer Wolframs und Gotfrids, kleinere Epen und Chroniken 9.) Band 4, 2. Tristian und Isolde u. Flore und Blanscheflur I 10.) Band 4, 3. Tristian und Isolde u. Flore und Blanscheflur I 11.) Band 6, 2. Die Nibelungen 12.) Band 7. Das deutsche Heldenbuch 13.) Band 8, I, 1. Der Minnesang des 12. bis 14. Jahrhunderts 14.) Band 8, 2. D

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        Eigenh. Brief mit U. ("Philippus"). [Wittenberg, 19. III.] 1530.

      1530. 1 S. Folio. Mit eh. Adresse (Faltbrief) und Siegelspur. An Johannes Weber, den Pfarrer zu Neustadt an der Orla, den er für dessen Entscheidung in einer Ehesache lobt und dem er weitergehenden Rat erteilt: Die Ehe des Georg [Jüngkling] mit [Else Moser] sei ungültig und er müsse sich von ihr trennen, solange das Schicksal von deren erstem Mann noch ungeklärt sei. Allerdings dürfe Jüngkling vorläufig keine neue Ehe eingehen und er solle die Frau zurück bekommen, falls der erste Mann gestorben sei. "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". - Zum Hintergrund vgl. Luthers Briefwechsel V, Anm. zu Nr. 1494: Else Moser war mit dem Büchsenmeister Hieronymus Malter verheiratet gewesen, der in Diensten König Ludwigs gekämpft hatte und 1526 in der Schlacht bei Mohács in türkische Gefangenschaft geraten war. Ein Brief Malters, in dem er seine Frau auffordert, zu ihm ins Gefangenenlager in Ungarn zu kommen, traf erst 1529 ein, kurz nachdem diese eine neue Ehe mit dem Pfarrer Georg Jüngkling eingegangen war. Zu klären war nun, ob der erste Ehemann noch lebe. - Etwas angestaubt und mit Randläsuren; kleine Einrisse in den Faltungen alt hinterlegt. Melanchthons Briefwechsel (hg. v. H. Scheible), Bd. IV (Stuttgart 2007), S. 878.

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        Î ÎŸÎ›Î¥Î’ΙΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΠΟΛΙΤ ΟΥ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΩΝ ΒΙ ΒΛΙΑΕ. Historiarum libri quinq[ue]. ΠΟΛΥΒΙΟΥ ΜΕΓΑΛΟΠΟΛΙΤ ΟΥ ΙΣΤΟΡΙΩΝ ΒΙ ΒΛΙΑΕ Historiarum libri quinq , opera Vincentiii Obsopoei in lucem editi. Iidem Latini Nicolao Perotto Episcopo Sipontino Interprete.

      Classical Authors: Haganoae Iohannem Secerium March 1530. [4], 106 Bl ; 142. 2° Woodcut initials and headpieces. Titles preceded by vine-ornament Text in Greek and Latin; each part separately foliated. Editio princeps of the first 5 books, the only fully preserved portion of Polybius's history of the rise of the Roman empire from 220 to 146 B.C.; books 6-40 survive in fragmentary form. The revival of interest in the study of Polybius was due to Pope Nicholas V (1447-1455), the founder of the Vatican Library. Soon after his election he seems to have urged Cardinal Perotti to undertake a Latin translation of the five books then known to exist. On the 3d of January 1454 the Pope writes again to Perotti thanking him for the third book; and in a letter to Torelli, dated 13th November 1453, Perotti says that he had finished his translation of Polybius in the preceding September. This translation was first printed in 1473. The Greek text was not printed till this edition in 1530, the first five books in Greek, along with Perotti's translation. Dedicatory epistle by Vincentii Obsopaei to George, Marquess of Brandenburg, dated October 1529. Johannes Secerium took over the publishing house of his father in law Thomas Anshelm in 1523, the company continued until 1534. The inscription on the title page refers to the translation of Pompilius Amasaeus Dediversis rerum publicarum formis deque Romanae praestantia of the fragments from book VI (VI3-18 and VI43- 58). Contemporary limp vellum, lacking ties. Soiling to front free endpaper Ink inscription to first free end paper and title. old ink under linings and annotations to margins of first 25 pages including drawing of the bow of a ship lower margin p5 and battle plan in lower margin p7. Further annotations in Greek to first pages of Latin translation. Light dampstain to Perotti's Latin translation. Polybios; c.200 – c.118 BC) was a Greek historian of the Hellenistic period noted for his Histories, which covered the period of 264–146 BC in detail. The work describes the rise of the Roman Republic to the status of dominance in the ancient Mediterranean world and included his eyewitness account of the Sack of Carthage in 146 B. Polybius' father, Lycortas, was a prominent advocate of neutrality during the Roman war against Perseus of Macedonia. Lycortas attracted the suspicion of the Romans, and Polybius subsequently was one of the 1,000 Achaean nobles who were transported to Rome as hostages in 167 BC, and was detained there for 17 years. In Rome, by virtue of his high culture, Polybius was admitted to the most distinguished houses, in particular to that of Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus, the conqueror in the Third Macedonian War, who entrusted Polybius with the education of his sons, Fabius and Scipio Aemilianus (who had been adopted by the eldest son of Scipio Africanus). Polybius remained on cordial terms with his former pupil Scipio Aemilianus and was among the members of the Scipionic Circle. Polybius remained a counselor to Scipio when he defeated the Carthaginians in the Third Punic War. When the Achaean hostages were released in 150 BC, Polybius was granted leave to return home, but the next year he went on campaign with Scipio Aemilianus to Africa, and was present at the Sack of Carthage in 146, which he later described. Following the destruction of Carthage, Polybius likely journeyed along the Atlantic coast of Africa, as well as Spain. After the destruction of Corinth in the same year, Polybius returned to Greece, making use of his Roman connections to lighten the conditions there. Polybius was charged with the difficult task of organizing the new form of government in the Greek cities, and in this office he gained great recognition. Niccolò Perotti, also Perotto or Nicolaus Perottus (1429 – 14 December 1480) was an Italian humanist and author of one of the first modern Latin school grammars. Professor at the University of Bologna. - Archbishop of Siponto. - Governor of various cities of the States of the Church. - Author of the first Latin grammar of modern times. He was a secretary of Cardinal Basilius Bessarion in 1447, and wrote a biography of him in 1472. From 1451 to 1453 he taught rhetoric and poetry at the University of BolognaIn 1452 he was made Poet Laureate in Bologna by the Emperor Frederick III, as acknowledgment of the speech of welcome he had composed. In 1455 he became secretary to Pope Callixtus III. In 1456 he was ordained, and from 1458 he was Archbishop of Siponto. Occasionally he officiated also as papal governor in Viterbo (1464–69), Spoleto (1471-2) and Perugia (1474–77).[7] He also travelled on diplomatic missions to Naples and Germany] On behalf of Pope Nicholas V he translated Polybius' Roman History for which the Pope paid him five hundred ducats. He was also something of a controversialist and openly criticized Domizio Calderini for his work on Martial. He was involved in Lorenzo Valla's dispute with the writer Poggio Bracciolini, and in 1453 he sent an assassin to murder Poggio, then Chancellor of Florence. When the attempt failed and the Florentine government protested, he was forced by Bessarion, his employer, to write an apology to Poggio. Perotti was so incensed by the number of errors in Giovanni Andrea Bussi's printed edition of Pliny's Natural History that the wrote to the Pope asking him to set up a board of learned correctors (such as himself) who would scrutinise every text before it could be printed. This has been described as the first call for censorship of the press. He himself was later accused by another scholar of introducing 275 serious errors in the text when he produced his own version of the work. A collection of fables by Phaedrus, not known from any other source, was discovered by Perotti in a manuscript which is now lost. Perotti's version has been preserved in the Vatican Library and is known as "Perotti's Appendix". Together with the Florentine bookseller Vespasiano da Bisticci, he collected books for the Papal library Vincent Opsopoeus (d 1539; actually Vinzenz Heidecker) was a Bavarian author. Studied in Tübingen, went to Hagenau with Thomas Anshelm in 1516 and became his corrector and Schwiegersohn. In 1523 he took over the press of his father-in-law. The heirs continued the office until 1534 Adams P-1801,Hoffmann III, 265; Sarton I, 188. Classical Authors Polybius History

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      Basileae [Bâle], Apud Ioannem Valderum [Johann Walder], sans date [1530 ou 1534].In-32 (10,3x6,2) de [4]-441-[2] pages, plein veau moucheté, dos à 4 nerfs orné de fleurons, roulettes, encadrement et titre dorés, étiquette de titre bordeaux, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées. Ex-libris de Jacques Annibal Claret de la Tourette. Mors fendu sur 2 cm, manque à la coiffe supérieure et en queue. Quelques notes à la plume en marges et.. en grec. Texte intégralement en grec ancien. Rarissime première édition bâloise. Brunet, t. 3, col 120, la donne pour avoir été publiée en 1530, et l'USTC -Universal Short Title Catalogue- 662230, pour 1534. Exemplaire réglé. Jacques Annibal Claret de la Tourette fut lieutnant général criminel, et présidial de Lyon, président de la cour des monnaies et prévôt des marchands. Sa bibliothèque était une des plus belles de Lyon par le choix des matières et la beauté des reliures.

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         [PORQUEROLLES] Plan du château de Porquerolles.

      [XVIII° siècle]. 390 x 555 mm. Plan manuscrit à l'encre et lavis en noir et rouge. Le dessin donne une indication du relief et détaille le plan du fort avec la tour ronde aux murs très épais percés de meurtrières, et l'enceinte où sont adossés les bâtiments du fort. Le château de Porquerolles, plus connu sous le nom de Fort Sainte Agathe, est le plus ancien fort des îles d'Hyères. Il fut construit vers 1530, à la demande de François Ier, pour défendre l'île et la côte des attaques des pirates; il est aujourd'hui classé monument historique, et sert actuellement de lieu d'exposition au Parc National de Port-Cros. Trace de pliure avec une petite déchirure de quelques cm en bas du feuillet, bords un peu jaunis et légèrement écornés.

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        L'ultima cena

      1530. Bulino, privo di dati editoriali. Da un soggetto di Raffaello Sanzio. L'opera è una derivazione dell'incisione di Marcantonio (Bartsch 26) rispetto alla quale si segnala per la mancanza della finestra sullo sfondo. Non descritta. Engraving, without printing details. After Raphael. This wiork is ia derivation of the engraving by Marcantonio Raimondi (Bartsch 26, circa 1516). The main difference is the absence of the window in the background. Undescribed. 153 118

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        Concordantiae maiores Bibliae, recens, summo studio, ab innumeris erroribus uindicatae, emaculatae, & auctae. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      Strassburg, Johann Schott, 1530. - Folio, 29,2 x 21,5 cm. 323, 1 w.; 81 Bll., mit breiter Titelbordüre Leder d. 18. Jh. "VD 16, C 4907; Kristeller 471a; Muller II, 91, 188; Ritter, Cat. 770 u. Rép. 577. - Verbesserte Ausgabe der erstmals um 1473 bei Johann Mentelin, ebenfalls in Straßburg, erschienenen Bibelkonkordanz eines Conrad von Halberstadt. "Von zwei Dominikanern dieses Namens ist der ältere 1321 auf dem Generalkapitel von Florenz nachweisbar, der jüngere ist 1342 u. 1350 Lector an der Ordensschule zu Magdeburg, 1345 Magister theol., 1350 auch Vikar, 1351-54 Provinzial der sächs. Ordensprovinz, gest. nach 1362" (GW). Welchem von beiden vorliegende Schrift zuzuweisen ist, ist ungewiß. - Die schöne Titeleinfassung zeigt den Sündenfall, die Opferung Isaaks u. a. Szenen aus dem Alten Testament. - Ohne das weisse Schlußblatt, sonst komplett. Etwas knapp beschnitten, leicht gebräunt, teilweise gering wurmstichig, anfangs und am Ende an den Rändern etwas wasserfleckig, Titel mit alten Federproben. Einband leicht beschabt und bestoßen, Rücken mit kleiner Wurmspuren, vorderes Gelenk unten angeplatzt, aber solide, vorderer Spiegel mit altem Vermerk "Duplum Bibliothecae Regiae Monacensis". " [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit 1½ Zeilen eigenh. Nachschrift und U. [Albenga], 23. I. 1530.

      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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        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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