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2017-11-22 21:05:40
Erasmus of Rotterdam.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-11-22 16:27:29
PLINIO Caio -
Parigi, apud Galliotum Pratensem, 1530, in folio (cm. 33 x 22,5) legatura recente in piena pelle (conservata parte dei piatti originali) tassello dorato al dorso, tagli rossi, cc. (16)-CCCLX con frontespizio inciso e titoli a due colori, con centinaia di graziosi capolettera xilografici figurati nel testo. Restauri al frontespizio ed alle pagine finali, numerose fioriture, qualche foro di tarlo sempre marginale, qualche antica gora. Diverse pagine, nella parte finale del volume, con forti restauri prevalentemente ai margini, causati da antica umidità. Copia certamente vissuta e restaurata che non ha perso il suo fascino.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già  Naturalistica
2017-11-21 04:09:44
FAUCHET (Claude).
?dition originale tr?s rare imprim?e par Mamert Patisson avec la marque typographique de Robert Estienne au titre. Le texte fondateur de l'historiographie litt?raire fran?aise ?tabli par le magistrat Claude Fauchet (1530-1602) "le plus grand m?di?viste avant Gaston Paris" selon le mot de son biographe J. Espinner-Scott. ? Ses recherches ?rudites, commenc?es tr?s t?t aboutirent en 1579 ? la publication des Antiquit?s gauloises, ouvrage historique qu'il r?visera et compl?tera jusqu'? sa mort. Le Recueil de l'origine de la Langue et po?sie fran?oise, publi? en 1581, s'inscrit aussi dans le courant de la cr?ation gallicane : Fauchet, en tirant de leur "prison d'oubli" les po?tes fran?ais du Moyen ?ge, entend d?montrer que l'Italie a tort de m?p, In-4 (14 x 22 cm) de (8)-209-(1) pp., (1) f. de privil?ge, maroquin citron, large dentelle dans un triple filet dor? d'encadrement sur les plats, dos orn? ? nerfs, pi?ce de titre en maroquin, dentelle int?rieure, tranches dor?es (reliure du XIXe si?cle). Litt?rature 16e , Litt?rature ; Po?sie , Litt?rature ; linguistique , Litt?rature ;
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2017-11-20 19:56:50
THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint
Venice: the heirs of Ottaviano Scoto & C.,, 1530. nuperrime recognita innumeris castigata erroribus: ac proprio vultui restituta. Cum duplici textuum translatione. Antiqua scilicet, et Petri Alcyonij elegantissima nuperrime addita. Index insuper ordinatissimus omnium notatu dignorum tam Philosophi quam S. Tho. que hoc libro contenta sunt. Grecarum quoque dictionum, quas in hoc opere intactas reliquerat vetus interpres. Per clarissimum et sapientissimum virum orthographia et interpretatio lucidissima. Folio (293 x 208 mm). Nineteenth-century calf, spine gilt in compartments, dark red morocco label, sides with wide flower-spray border in blind, Prado Almaço watermarked endpapers, red edges. Woodcut publisher's device to title and at end of text, woodcut illustration at head of index, woodcut initials, typographical diagram on d6v, printed sidenotes, text in double column. Boards slightly bowed, a few trivial marks, an excellent copy. A scarce and attractive Venetian edition of Thomas Aquinas's commentary on Aristotle's De generatione et corruption, which was written in Naples in 1272 or 1273, during the last months of Thomas's activity. It is unfinished, ending at the fifth chapter of Book I, and was first printed at Pavia in 1488. The translation of Aristotle is by the Venetian humanist and classical scholar Pietro Alcionio, or Petrus Alcyonius (c.1487–1527). The woodcut at the head of the index depicts Thomas preaching to a seated audience, including the king of France, and Averroes (Ibn Rushd) on the floor among a group of scattered books (i.e. Thomas shown superseding Ave … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Peter Harrington
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2017-11-20 19:56:50
THOMAS AQUINAS, Saint.
Venice: the heirs of Ottaviano Scoto & C., 1530 - Folio (293 x 208 mm). Nineteenth-century calf, spine gilt in compartments, dark red morocco label, sides with wide flower-spray border in blind, Prado Almaço watermarked endpapers, red edges. Boards slightly bowed, a few trivial marks, an excellent copy. Woodcut publisher's device to title and at end of text, woodcut illustration at head of index, woodcut initials, typographical diagram on d6v, printed sidenotes, text in double column. A scarce and attractive Venetian edition of Thomas Aquinas's commentary on Aristotle's De generatione et corruption, which was written in Naples in 1272 or 1273, during the last months of Thomas's activity. It is unfinished, ending at the fifth chapter of Book I, and was first printed at Pavia in 1488. The translation of Aristotle is by the Venetian humanist and classical scholar Pietro Alcionio, or Petrus Alcyonius (c.1487–1527). The woodcut at the head of the index depicts Thomas preaching to a seated audience, including the king of France, and Averroes (Ibn Rushd) on the floor among a group of scattered books (i.e. Thomas shown superseding Averroes as the great Aristotelian commentator). USTC locates eight copies in Italy and one in France; the edition is very scarce outside Italy, with no copy in Copac, OCLC, or available auction records.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington. ABA member
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2017-11-20 18:46:54
BUDÉ (Guillaume);
Coloniae Opera et Impensa Joannis Soteris 1530 In-4 (29 x 19,5 cm) de (28)-595-(5) pp. (AA, BB4||6 a-z, A-Z, Aa-Dd6), vélin souple à rabats, dos à trois nerfs, titre manuscrit sur le dos, lacets (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition rare des Commentaires de la langue grecque de Guillaume Budé (1467-1540) publiés une première fois à Paris par Josse Bade l'année précédente (1529). Belle impression en caractères grecs et romains sortie des presses colognaises de Johannes Scoter avec sa marque typographique au titre ; lettrines gravées, index. Un second tirage de Johann Bebel fut publié à Bâle la même année. « Les Commentaires de la langue grecque constituent la première tentative de dictionnaire grec fondé sur le dépouillement lexicographique d'un vaste corpus d'auteurs grecs, une centaine environ. Or, cet ouvrage n'est pas organisé selon l'ordre alphabétique qui convient à un dictionnaire, ni comme un thesaurus, par mots-racines, mais il se présente sous les dehors d'une longue dissertation sur la langue grecque, avec de fréquents renvois à ses équivalents latins. De plus, nombre de digressions enrichissent le discours principal, conférant au livre l'allure d'une encyclopédie littéraire, philosophique, scientifique et juridique. Enfin, les textes liminaires sont remarquables : la préface au roi François Ier est considérée comme l'acte de naissance du Collège des Lecteurs royaux, futur Collège de France, tandis que la postface « aux jeunes gens épris de lettres grecques » est un manifeste de didactique humaniste » (Luigi-Alberto Sanchi). De la bibliothèque de Gelas Hieber … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2017-11-20 00:42:55
BUDÉ (Guillaume).
Opera et Impensa Joannis Soteris, Coloniae, 1530. In-4 (29 x 19,5 cm) de (28)-595-(5) pp. (AA, BB4||6 a-z, A-Z, Aa-Dd6), vélin souple à rabats, dos à trois nerfs, titre manuscrit sur le dos, lacets (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition rare des Commentaires de la langue grecque de Guillaume Budé (1467-1540) publiés une première fois à Paris par Josse Bade l'année précédente (1529). Belle impression en caractères grecs et romains sortie des presses colognaises de Johannes Scoter avec sa marque typographique au titre ; lettrines gravées, index. Un second tirage de Johann Bebel fut publié à Bâle la même année. « Les Commentaires de la langue grecque constituent la première tentative de dictionnaire grec fondé sur le dépouillement lexicographique d?un vaste corpus d?auteurs grecs, une centaine environ. Or, cet ouvrage n?est pas organisé selon l?ordre alphabétique qui convient à un dictionnaire, ni comme un thesaurus, par mots-racines, mais il se présente sous les dehors d?une longue dissertation sur la langue grecque, avec de fréquents renvois à ses équivalents latins. De plus, nombre de digressions enrichissent le discours principal, conférant au livre l?allure d?une encyclopédie littéraire, philosophique, scientifique et juridique. Enfin, les textes liminaires sont remarquables : la préface au roi François Ier est considérée comme l?acte de naissance du Collège des Lecteurs royaux, futur Collège de France, tandis que la postface « aux jeunes gens épris de lettres grecques » est un manifeste de didactique humaniste » (Luigi-Alberto Sanchi). De la bibliothèque de Gelas Hieber … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [Paris, France]
2017-11-19 17:19:48
HOGENBERG NICOLAUS.
Anversa, ca. 1535, 1530. In folio, Trentasei tavole incise in rame, su 40, sono mancanti due fogli di dedica e le tavole n. 30 e 38 (contenenti la dedica in versi "Divo et Invicto Imperatori Carlo V..." e colophon). A fogli sciolti, in custodia rec. tela e cart. Qq. lieve alone sul margine superiore di 3 cc. Buon esemplare in nitida impressione di questa rarissima tiratura cinquecentesca, documento iconografico di uno dei più grandi eventi pubblici di cui è stata testimone la città di Bologna.
Bookseller: Libreria Docet [IT]
2017-11-18 13:08:50
[TERAJIMA RYŌAN]. (COMPILED BY).寺島 良安.
大坂 [Osaka]. 大野木市兵衛. [Ōnoki Ichibe]. [正徳51715]. Two volumes, or juan, in three parts, of the comprehensive "Illustrated Japanese-Chinese Encyclopaedia" [Wakan Sansai Zue]. Woodblock printed folded leaves, four hole string bindings, black and white woodblock maps and illustrations. Seal on first leaf of contents and paper title labels on each volume insect damaged causing loss to the title. Contents generally very good.62本: 中華地理 北京、南京、山東、山西 62末: 中華地理 河南、陝西、湖廣 63: 中華地理 江西、浙江、福建、廣東、廣西、貴州、四川、雲南Vol 62 Part 1 (Lit. Beginning): Chinese Geography: Beijing, Nanjing Province, Shandong Province, Shanxi Province. 44 leaves, seal on first leaf of the contents page, 5 full page maps showing a map of ancient China and four provincial maps. Interestingly the map of Nanjing Province should not be confused with the modern day sense of the city as it roughly shows the modern day region of Jiangsu Province.Vol 62 Part 2 (Lit. End): Chinese Geography: Henan Province, Shaanxi Province, Huguang Province. 37 leaves, worming upper margins of 9 leaves not affecting text, 3 full page provincial maps. The map of Huguang Province referring roughly to the modern geographical areas of Hunan and Hubei provinces.Vol 63: Chinese Geography: Jiangxi Province, Zhejiang Province, Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Guangxi Province, Guizhou Province, Sichuan Province, Yunnan Province. 67 leaves, 8 full page provincial maps. Including a map of Guangdong province during the Ming Dynasty divided into 9 lower level administrative regions called 府 [Fu]. Hong Kong, shown on the map under the name of 香山 [Xiangsha … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Asia Bookroom [Australia]
2017-11-17 11:53:54
PLINIO Caio -
Parigi, apud Galliotum Pratensem, 1530, in folio (cm. 33 x 22,5) legatura recente in piena pelle (conservata parte dei piatti originali) tassello dorato al dorso, tagli rossi, cc. (16)-CCCLX con frontespizio inciso e titoli a due colori, con centinaia di graziosi capolettera xilografici figurati nel testo. Restauri al frontespizio ed alle pagine finali, numerose fioriture, qualche foro di tarlo sempre marginale, qualche antica gora. Diverse pagine, nella parte finale del volume, con forti restauri prevalentemente ai margini, causati da antica umidità. Copia certamente vissuta e restaurata che non ha perso il suo fascino.
Bookseller: Libreria Piani già Naturalistica Snc [Monte San Pietro, BO, Italy]
2017-11-09 14:19:30
Knochenbruchbehandlung - Lorenz, Böhler
XVI, 802 S. mit 1530 Abb., XII S. 790 - 1605 S. mit 1527 Abb., IX, 373 S. mit 1010 Abb. 24.5 cm, Ganzleinen und Halbleinen Lese- und Lagerspuren, Seiten gebräunt, Einbände berieben und bestoßen, keine Schutzumschläge / Gutes Exemplar / GrMed. A-Z 48075
Bookseller: hermesbuch.de
2017-11-09 08:26:43
Biblia germanica - NT]. Luther, Martin.
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 2 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-11-04 13:44:43
Augustinus, Aurelius
Anselm Coloniae Drucker: Johann Soter 1530 16°, 94 S. Auf Vorsatz handschriftlich: Picked up in Baron Schaesbergs chateau Marienberg Germany Pergament gering verzogen, handschriftliche Eintragungen, auf Titelseite wurde Jahreszahl handschriftlich verändert, altersgemäß guter Zustand Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Loest
2017-10-28 11:27:42
ALVAROTTI IACOPO
[Lugduni, Vincentius de Portinariis; al colophon: Joannes de Cambray alias Moylim, 1530. Cm. 40, cc. clx (10). Magnifico frontespizio in rosso e nero con dati tipografici e marca tipografica Portinari entro splendida cornice architettonica, graziosi capilettera xil., testo in semi-gotico. Legatura coeva in pergamena con dorso e doppio tassello rifatti nella prima metà dell'Ottocento. Antico restauro all'angolo dell'ultima carta d'indice con lesione di testo, sporadici lavori di tarlo al margine bianco con interessamento di alcune lettere delle note a margine, qualche marginale alone limitato a poche carte. Esemplare nel complesso più che discreto. Jacopo Alvarotti il Vecchio (1385-1453), giureconsulto padovano ,fu professore sempre a Padova e autore di una raccolta di consilia oltre a questi celebri commentari Super feudis che furono stampati dagli anni Settanta del Quattrocento fino alla fine del Cinquecento. Rarissima edizione Portinari. Cfr. Iccu; Kvk; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio [Trento, Italy]
2017-10-28 07:11:06
AGRIPPA (Cornelius)
Anvers, Joannes Grapheus, 1530. Small 4to (170) leaves unpaginated ; vellum. Very rare first edition of this polemic, influencial and original book from the Renaissance which virtually renews the antique skepticism before Sanchez and Montaigne, uses superbely and excessivelt the genre of Declamatio, and participes to the christian Neoplatonism. "De vanitate was obviously influence by the Praise of Folly by Erasmus, whos works Agrippa admired and whose defens of humanistic studies and moderate religious reforme he explicitly took as his model. De vanitate has wit and comic spirit even though it sometimes pursues its points to extremes. Its denunciations of abuses and injustices, state, and society raised questions that interested his contemporaries. Many contemporaries viewed it in the same way. Some modern scholars have suggested that it ought to be understood primarily as a satire or consciously paradoxical work that deliberately makes incompatible and paradoxical statements to amuse the reader (Bowen 1972: 249-56; Korkowski 1976: 594-607). The title-page of the French translation of 1582 calls it a paradox and suggests its suitability "to those who frequent the courts of great lords and want to learn how to speak about an infinity of matters in a way contrary to common opinion". "But one major purpose of his book was to challenge the intellectual foundations of medieval scholastic learning by raising serious questions about the nature of truth and about the ability of humans to discover it. Here and there in De vanitate, though not in a systematic way, he raised issues … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [France, Paris]
2017-10-28 03:32:37
CICERON., MELAN (Philippe)
1530 1 velin (XVIIe ?) sur cartonnage. (les premiers ff. sont rognés de qq. mm. dans la marge ) in-8, (8ff.), 160ff., (Haguenau) Haganoae per Iohan Secerium Anno 1530 mense Martio, Titre dans un encadrement de bois (entrelacs, colonnes, et monogramme de l'imprimeur).Voir Deschamps sur l'Histoire de l'imprimerie à Haguenau, alors ville impériale. Jean Secer de Laucha s'installa dans cette ville en 1523, succédant à Henri Gran.
Bookseller: Librairie ancienne Georges de Lucenay [France, Charolles]
2017-10-27 19:43:19
Ninguarda Feliciano)
VD16 S 1530 - STC 775 - Schulte III, 450.- Erste Ausgabe der Dekrete der Salzburger Provinzialsynode von 1569, die auf Anordnung Erzbischof Ernst Thuns erfolgte. Die Synode widmete sich den Aufgaben und Pflichten der Seelsorger und fasste mit der Pflicht zur Matrikenführung einen geschichtlich bedeutsamen Beschluss. "Das wichtigste von allen Salzburger Provinzialkonzilien ist dasjenige vom 14. - 28. März 1569 unter Mitwirkung des Theologen Felician Ninguarda, der dann auch die Constitutionen und Decrete nach Rom zur Approbation überbrachte. Damit wurde endlich im Anschlusse an die Beschlüsse von Trient für immer eine solide Grundlage der Kirchenreform dieser Provinz gewonnen" (Wetzer-W. X, 1638).- Der schöne Holzschnitte zeigt das Wappen von Erzbischof Johann Jakob v. Khuen-Belasy.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, gleichmäßig gebräunt, tls. etw. wasserrandig, tls. mit kl. Randläsuren, Ebd. etw. fleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller [Austria]
2017-10-27 03:23:07
Mela, Pomponius.
[Chrétien Wechel], 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 firs … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2017-10-23 08:32:16
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
(at the end:) Stampato nella inclita Citta di Vinegia, appresso Santo Moyse...per Francesco di Alessandro Bindoni et Mapheo Pasyni compagni,1530. 8vo (mm 163x105) ff. 360, in a superb Bolognese binding in the style of the "Pflug e Ebeleben" atelier in light cream calf, entirely gilt with arabesque and interlaced decoration. Title on front cover, author's name on back cover, 20th-century brown cloth folding case. Title within fine woodcut border, small device on last page, nice edition of Boccaccio's most extended prose work, a version of the Flor and Blanchefleur. Some light waterstains.. For the binding, cfr De Marinis II, 311-1320-1327-1337. Sotheby"s June 1965, J.R. Abbey, Lot 584..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco
2017-10-22 23:18:56
Plinio il Vecchio (Gaio Plinio Secondo)
In Officina Frobeniana, Basileae, 1530. In-folio (340x230mm), pp. (36), 672, cc. (87) di indice tetracolonne, legatura seicentesca in p. pelle marmorizzata con dorso a 6 nervi decorati in oro adorno di titolo in oro su tassello, filetti e ricchi decori floreali entro scomparti, il tutto impresso in oro. Tagli rossi. Impresa tipografica al titolo (ripetuta al verso dell'ultima c.). Antiche note di possesso al titolo, di cui una rinascimentale (Est Antonij Stephani. Doct. Vesontini). Qualche lieve e sporadica macchia d'inchiostro. Strappi marginali ininfluenti alle pp. 177 e 359. Ottima copia. Prima edizione frobeniana, con le annotazioni del Beato Renano, dell'Historia Naturalis di Plinio il Vecchio (Como, 23 d.C.-odierna Castellammare di Stabia, 79 d.C.), la più estesa ed importante trattazione lasciataci dall'antichità in merito di scienze naturali, autentica enciclopedia del suo tempo. Adams, P-1561. Brunet, IV, 716 (ed. 1545). VD 16, P3534. Latino [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, TO, Italy]
2017-10-22 23:18:56
Plinio il Vecchio (Gaio Plinio Secondo)
In Officina Frobeniana, 1530. In-folio (340x230mm), pp. (36), 672, cc. (87) di indice tetracolonne, legatura seicentesca in p. pelle marmorizzata con dorso a 6 nervi decorati in oro adorno di titolo in oro su tassello, filetti e ricchi decori floreali entro scomparti, il tutto impresso in oro. Tagli rossi. Impresa tipografica al titolo (ripetuta al verso dell'ultima c.). Antiche note di possesso al titolo, di cui una rinascimentale ("Est Antonij Stephani.. Doct. Vesontini"). Qualche lieve e sporadica macchia d'inchiostro. Strappi marginali ininfluenti alle pp. 177 e 359. Ottima copia. Prima edizione frobeniana, con le annotazioni del Beato Renano, dell'"Historia Naturalis" di Plinio il Vecchio (Como, 23 d.C.-odierna Castellammare di Stabia, 79 d.C.), la più estesa ed importante trattazione lasciataci dall'antichità in merito di scienze naturali, autentica enciclopedia del suo tempo. Adams, P-1561. Brunet, IV, 716 (ed. 1545). VD 16, P3534. Latino
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2017-10-21 16:49:35
Cesare (Gaius Iulius Caesar)
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2017-10-16 22:07:11
Luther, Martin:
Nürnberg, Georg Wachter 1530. Titel mit breiter Holzschnitt-Bordüre. 24 Bll. Rückenbroschr. 4°. VD 16, L 6918. Benzing 2783. Die vierte Ausgabe im Jahr des Erstdrucks, die zweite Nürnberger und erste bei Wachter. Die Vermahnung richtet sich an die geistlichen Teilnehmer des Augsburger Reichstages, dem Luther als Geächteter fernbleiben musste. Der Traktat enthält eine Zusammenfassung der Kritik an der Papstkirche und eine umfangreiche Gegendarstellung, wie die Kirche nach Luthers Auffassung aussehen müsse. Die Schrift wurde sofort von Karl V. verboten. Dennoch wurde die in 500 Exemplaren gedruckte erste Ausgabe in Augsburg verkauft und war sofort vergriffen, worauf es zunächst in Breslau bei Adam Dyon, dann in Nürnberg bei Georg Rottmaier und schließlich bei Georg Wachter zu Nachdrucken kam. Weitere Drucke folgten, so dass insgesamt elf Drucke und Druckvarianten nachweisbar sind. Die prachtvolle Titelbordüre gehört zur Gruppe der Puttenbordüren, auf denen zahlreiche große Putten meist in architektonischem oder linearen Rahmen den Titel umspielen (vgl. Johannes Luther Tafeln 24, 73 und 103): in der vierteiligen Bordüre turnen sieben Knäblein in einem üppigen Rosengeflecht mit Dornenranken und prallen Blüten herum, sie brechen die Rosen und werden gestochen, sie tragen Panzerhemd und Körbchen, in denen sie Rosenblüten sammeln. - Tls. gebräunt bzw. fleckig, durchgehend am Innensteg feuchtfleckig. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung
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2017-10-16 13:31:00
Pirckheimer, Willibald.
1530. 8vo. (36) ff., including final blank; collation: A-D8, E4. Printed title within broad woodcut ornamented border with five dancing putti in the lower section; 2 woodcut historiated initials. Modern boards covered with brown marbled paper. 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 (VD 16, P 2905); at least 10 further editions appeared in the course of the 16th century. - Willibald Pirckheimer (1470-1530) 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 consu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 13:31:00
Pirckheimer, Willibald.
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2017-10-16 12:49:30
MAFFEI, Raffaele, Volterrano.
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 12:30:03
Mela, Pomponius.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PRB&M) [U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:25:28
BERQUIN-DUVALLON, Pierre-Louis.
Leclerc, Bibliotheca Americana, 1038; Sabin 4962; Streeter coll. 1530; Howes 389. First and only edition in the original French, of a travel account of the territories of Louisiana and West Florida, then a French possession but administered by Spain. Pierre-Louis Berquin-Duvallon (1769-post 1814) was one of the many French plantation holders who had fled the Haitian Revolution on Saint-Domingue and settled in Louisiana. Embittered by his experience, he wrote an extremely negative report of Louisiana and its inhabitants, who had refused to admit the refugees' slaves. Nevertheless, after describing the geography and economy of the territories, Berquin-Duvallon gives a colourful account of the cities and their inhabitants, particularly of New Orleans. He found the latter to be a filthy place, unworthy to be titled a city, full of ramshackle buildings and streets that for the greater part of the year turn into open sewers. Its citizens fared no better, as he considered them to be noisy and amoral, they preferred drinking wine to conversation and only sought profit instead of education. The nightlife of New Orleans is particularly mentioned, with its gambling and endless dancing where the low orders indiscriminately mix: black and white, freeman and slave. In five specific chapters, the former plantation owner Berquin-Duvallon describes the various racial groups in the colony: white "creoles", white foreigners, freed people of colour and slaves. With some insignificant wear to the extremities of the boards and some offsetting of the colouring of the maps onto the header; a very … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-16 12:25:28
BERQUIN-DUVALLON, Pierre-Louis.
Leclerc, Bibliotheca Americana, 1038; Sabin 4962; Streeter coll. 1530; Howes 389. First and only edition in the original French, of a travel account of the territories of Louisiana and West Florida, then a French possession but administered by Spain. Pierre-Louis Berquin-Duvallon (1769-post 1814) was one of the many French plantation holders who had fled the Haitian Revolution on Saint-Domingue and settled in Louisiana. Embittered by his experience, he wrote an extremely negative report of Louisiana and its inhabitants, who had refused to admit the refugees' slaves. Nevertheless, after describing the geography and economy of the territories, Berquin-Duvallon gives a colourful account of the cities and their inhabitants, particularly of New Orleans. He found the latter to be a filthy place, unworthy to be titled a city, full of ramshackle buildings and streets that for the greater part of the year turn into open sewers. Its citizens fared no better, as he considered them to be noisy and amoral, they preferred drinking wine to conversation and only sought profit instead of education. The nightlife of New Orleans is particularly mentioned, with its gambling and endless dancing where the low orders indiscriminately mix: black and white, freeman and slave. In five specific chapters, the former plantation owner Berquin-Duvallon describes the various racial groups in the colony: white "creoles", white foreigners, freed people of colour and slaves. With some insignificant wear to the extremities of the boards and some offsetting of the colouring of the maps onto the header; a very … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 12:23:05
Stace (ca 0040-0096)
Parisiis [Paris] apud Simonem Colinaeum 1530 263 ff. signatures a1-z8 , A1-K7, marque typographique au titre in-8 Reliure en veau brun glacé de l'époque, avec petit fleuron doré central sur les plats, avec un dos à 4 nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné postérieur (fin du XVIIème siècle), avec une pièce de titre en maroquin rouge "Statius" Petits manques de cuir au dos et à la coiffe supérieure, coins usés, quelques rousseurs, néanmoins bon exemplaire Vignette ex-libris avec figure allégorique, signature autographe Bergier à la page de titre, notes manuscrites anciennes en latin sur la première garde blanche et en marge du texte, notice manuscrite en français, en regard de la page de titreStace; [selon l'édition de Francesco Torresano]Bonne édition des oeuvres de Stace. Elle suit l'édition de Francesco Torresano publiée à Venise en 1519. Elle est citée dans "Adams S 1673. Renouard, P., Bibliographie des éditions de Simon de Colines, p. 165, Moreau, B., Inventaire, III, 2288". On a modifié la reliure du XVIème siècle en lui donnant un dos à nerfs cloisonné et fleuronné (restauration ou mise au goût de l'époque du dos pour sa présentation dans une bibliothèque). Une note manuscrite en français indique : "Ce volume qui a appartenu à Nicolas Bergier, né à Reims, auteur des grands chemins de l'Empire romain, contient indépendamment de sa signature autographe, des notes de sa main" (texte manuscrit en regard du titre). Nicolas Bergier (1567-1623), procureur de léchevinage, avocat, homme de lettres, jurisconsulte, et historiographe de France, né à Reims le 1er mars 1567, mort au château … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jean-Denis Touzot Libraire [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:06:51
Catullus, Gaius Valerius, Tibullus and Propertius
Basel: Excudebat Henricus Petrus.., 1530. First Edition Thus. Vellum. Very good. Sm. 8vo. ff.(8),192. Printer's woodcut device on verso of final leaf. 19th c. vellum, lightly soiled, brown morocco spine label. The final work by Gaius Cornelius Gallus has a few lines lined out (censored) but their readability is not affected. With the biographies of the authors by Pietro Crinito (1465-1504). A scarce edition. VD16 C1740.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA [Santa Monica, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:30:37
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Boschi, Laghi, Fiumi, Stagni, Paluci, Golfi and Mari. poste sono le prouincie di tutto 'l mondo.Asia, Europa and Aphrica. Venezia, Gregorio de' Gregori, s.d., 1530 ca.]. 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''). Bacchi della Lega, 19. STC 109. Mostra manoscritti, Firenze 1975, 54. Hortis Studj, 867-868. Adams B-2188: ''Venice, c. 1530''. DBIt X, pp. 838-856. . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:19:11
FRACASTORO, Girolamo (FRACASTORIUS)
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-10-15 23:24:05
Flores, Juan de.
Laurent Hyllaire], [Lión, 1530. Portada compuesta de orla de cuatro planchas grabadas en línea blanca con motivos ornamentales. 41 folios [Signaturas A-D8, E10(-1 blanca)]. Bella encuadernación del siglo xix en plena piel con florones, filetes y ruedas en lomo, planos, cantos y contracantos. Ejemplar suavemente lavado de antiguo. Preservado dentro de estuche. Palau 92521. Foulché-Delbosc, Bibliographie hispano-française 1477-1700, 30. Brunet ii, 1302. Gay ii, 742. No en Gültlingen. No en Adams. Kemp, "L'édition illicite du Jugement d'amour de Juan de Florès (1530) de Laurent Hyllaire", Revue française d'histoire du livre 118-121 (2004) pàgs. 277-295. Kemp, "La première édition du Jugement d'amour de Flores" en Bibliographie d'humanisme et renaissance, 53 (1991) pàgs. 710-725. Barbara Matulka, The Novels of Juan de Flores and their European Diffusion. A study in comparative literature, 1974. Supra-libros en ambos planos de Adolphe Audenet (1800-1872). Rarísima edición francesa de la historia de Grisel y Mirabella de Juan de Flores. Barbara Matulka en su estudio sobre Juan de Flores, identifica las traduciones francesas como: Paris, supuestamente hacia 1520, un ejemplar en el British Museum. Lión: 1527, un ejemplar en la Biblioteca Colombina. París, supuestamente hacia 1528. La edición que presentamos, que Kemp llama pirata, de Lión: 1530, con un ejemplar en el Museo Condé de Chantilly. De origen salmantino, en 1476 fue nombrado cronista de los Reyes Católicos, para quienes escribió un relato de los dos primeros años de su reinado. Es autor de dos ficciones sentimentales: Gri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Els Llibres del Tirant [Barcelona, Spain]
2017-10-11 17:30:48
Hedion, Caspar - Entstehung des Frühchristentums, Christenverfolgung der Römer
Chronica der Alten Christlichen Kirchen von Eusebius Caesarensis + Socrates, Scholasticus Salaminius Hermias Sozomenus Theodoretus, Cyrrhensis Caspar Hedio Kein trockenes Kirchenbuch, sondern ein sehr Interessantes Geschichtswerk, dass ua. die Entstehung des Frühchristentums behandelt. Eusebius von Caesarea war ein spätantiker christlicher Theologe und Geschichtsschreiber und Zeitzeuge von Kaiser Diokletian, verantwortlich für die letzte und brutalste Welle der römischen Christenverfolgung. Hystoria ecclesiastica Eusebij Pamphili Caesariensis xj. Bücher. Hystoria Ecclesiastica Tripartita, Sozomeni, Socratis, vnd Theodoreti xij. Bücher. Hystoria Ecclesiastica, sampt andern trefflichen Geschiechten die zuvor in Teudtscher sprach wenig gelesen sind auch xij. Bücher. Von der zeyt an, da die Hystorj Ecclesiastica Tripartita auff höret, das ist, von der Jarzal an CCCC. nach Christi geburt, biß auff das Jar M. D. xlv. Durch Caspar Hedion verteüdtscht, zusamen getragen und geordnet. Fol. Mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung und Textholzschnitt. 10 nn., 485 (recte 450) num., 8 nn. Bl. Blindgepr. Leder auf Holzdeckel d. Zt. ohne Schließen. STC 386. VD 16 E 4287 und ZV 21661. Ritter, Catalogue, 1175. Muller 288, 211. Nicht bei Adams. - Eine von drei im selben Jahr in Straßburg erschienenen Ausgaben. - Bedeutend erweiterte Fassung der erstmals 1530 erschienenen Kirchenchronik, welche sich im wesentlichen auf die Werke von Eusebius, Sozomenos und Theodoret stützt und von Hedio bis auf das Jahr 1545 fortgeführt wurde. - Die ausgesprochen reformatorische Tendenz machte Hedio zum er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HGomoll [Germany]
2017-10-11 01:17:57
Erasmus of Rotterdam.
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2017-09-30 20:02:10
LIVIUS, Titus Patavinus (Livy)
[ Paris ]: Vaenundantur ipsi Ascensio, 1530. Hardcover. Folio. 35 cm. ff. [22], 16, 323. Lacking final blank leaf. This copy does not contain the additional section printed a year later in 1531 (listed separately in Adams as L-1327), which included both the 5 missing books from the tenth decade, recently discovered by Simon Grynaus, and a chronology by Glareanus. Text is in Roman type with decorative woodcut initials. The title page contains a woodcut architectural border which surrounds Ascensius’s printer’s device depicting workers at a printing press. Some scholarly Latin marginalia is present, written in a careful early hand; signatures a-c, and signature p hold the heaviest annotations – including side glosses, micro notations between lines of text, and careful underlining of words and passages. Most pages throughout the book are free of notations. Tiny spots of worming are located on the first few leaves. Signatures a-f show a small area of worming - mostly between lines of text, but sometimes obscuring a couple of letters. Occasional minor worming can be found elsewhere – mostly marginal. The interior otherwise contains an occasional small edge tear or torn corner tip; a 10.7 cm tear at the bottom of leaf K1 is professionally sealed (and not very noticeable). Periodic spots of staining, soiling, light marginal damp staining etc. are present. Repairs on the front and rear fly-leaves are visible. The colophon reads: sub prelo Ascensiano ad VI Cal. Nouemb, 1530. Bound in later antique calf with blind tooled panels and decorative rolls. Bindin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-30 13:16:15
Luther, Martin
Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books [Seattle, WA, U.S.A.]
2017-09-30 13:16:15
Luther, Martin
Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books [Seattle, WA, U.S.A.]
2017-09-30 13:16:15
Luther, Martin
Wittenberg: H. Weiss, 1530. First edition. First printing of the first edition of Martin Luther's commentary on the 111th Psalm, with a beautiful hand-colored woodcut title page comprising columns and an arched centerpiece with angels and candelabra and Adam and Eve on the pedestals. 64pp, and colophon. Bond in modern paper covered boards wtih 19th Century red leather label on spine. A wonderfully sound copy, near fine. Most scarce.
Bookseller: Nudelman Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2017-09-28 08:30:00
August Scherl Deutsche Adreßbuchgesellschaft m.b.H., M. Gladbach. 12 Bl., 220, 1 Bl., 136, 1 Bl., 40, 1 Bl., 38, 3 Bl., 105, 1 Bl., 56, 1 Bl., 24, 1 Bl.,19, 2 Bl., 181, 1 Bl., 20, III, 1 Bl., 14 Seiten und 1 Blatt die erste Seite des alphabetischen Einwohnerverzeichnisses lose und mit Randläsuren und einem kleinen Ausriss, ca. 2x2 cm, der lose beiliegt, die zweite Seite noch eingebunden, aber ebenfalls beschädigt, später nochmals 5 Seiten lose und mit Randläsuren, eine Seite mit größerem Ausriss, ca. 5 x 10 cm, der aber lose beiliegt, nur ein kleiner Ausschnitt von 3x5 cm fehlt! Kanten stark berieben, insgesamt aber noch brauchbar! Selten! Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1530
Bookseller: Antiquariat Hauck - Preise inkl. Mwst. [Walsheim, RP, Germany]
2017-09-27 17:45:41
CAESAR C. Jul.
In folio, cc. (32), CLXIII con 115 magnifiche xilografie n.t., per lo più di combattimenti sia terrestri che navali (14, veramente eccezionali per la loro elaborata composizione, a piena pagina e 101 a mezza o 3/4 di pagina). In fine grande marca tipografica parimenti incisa. Una ca. con una piccola macchia marginale e altre 4 cc. con una lievissima gora sul margine bianco. Rinforzati i margini est. bianchi delle ultime 5 cc. Per il resto ottimo esempl. ad ampi margini e di assoluta completezza. Prima ediz. di Magonza con un copioso corredo iconografico dal notevole impatto visivo e di notevole suggestione. Le grandi xilogr. derivano dagli "Strassburger Kunstlern", mentre le altre sono riconducibili a Conrad Faber von Kreuznach ed alla scuola di H. Beham. Opera di pregio insigne e di grande rarità. Muther, 1740 "Eines der schonsten Holzschnittbucher des fruhen 16. Jhdts". Brunet I, 1462. [Unito a:] LIVIUS Titus. Romische historien mit etlichen newe(n) translation auss dem Latein ... Mainz, Schoeffer, 1530. In folio, cc. (8), CCCCXLVII con doppio frontespizio (uno calligrafico ed uno con scene di contorno xilografate) e 271 magnifiche xilografie n.t. veramente eccezionali per la loro elaborata composizione (spesso utilizzando più legni), e quasi tutte a mezza o 3/4 di pagina. In fine grande marca tipografica parimenti incisa. Mancano le 2 cc. inziali del "register", rinforzati i margini bianchi della prime 4 cc. e alcune vecchie chiose e sottolineature a lapis. Per il resto testo integro e marginoso. STC 521. Nicht bei Adams u. Roth. Le belle xilografie sono riconducibili a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Vecchi Libri s.a.s. [IT]
2017-09-27 17:43:30
MÜNSTER Sebastian.
Bookseller: Anne Lamort Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2017-09-22 15:31:56
PLATINA, Bartholomaeus.
Paris, Jo. Parvus (Jehan Petit) et Petrus Vidoueus, 1530. 3 opere in un vol. in-8, legatura del tempo p. pelle marrone, bordura con triplice filetto a secco sui piatti, dorso a nervi (piccole mende agli spigoli ed alla cuffia super.), tagli rossi. Tutti e tre i titoli, con l'impresa tipogr., sono racchiusi nella medesima bordura ornamentale a motivo architettonico; grandi e piccole iniz. silogr., testo in car. tondo e note a stampa nei margini. Prima edizione della raccolta delle opere del Platina, il grande umanista e storico Bartolomeo Sacchi (1421- Roma 1481, detto Platina dal nome latino del villaggio ''Piadena'' in provincia di Cremona). - I) ''De vita et moribus Summorum Pontificum'': ff. ccclxviii, (4). E' la celebre ''Storia dei Pontefici'', dedicata a Papa Sisto IV, tra i maggiori fondatori ed estimatori della Biblioteca - I) ''De vita et moribus Summorum Pontificum'': ff. ccclxviii, (4). E' la celebre ''Storia dei Pontefici'', dedicata a Papa Sisto IV, tra i maggiori fondatori ed estimatori della Biblioteca Vaticana, della quale il Platina fu il primo bibliotecario.- II) ''De falso et vero bono dialogi. Contra amores. De vera nobilitatei. De optimo cive'': ff. cxxxvi. Sono dei trattatelli filosofico-morali in forma di dialogo. - III) ''De honesta voluptate. De ratione victus, etc.'': ff. xcviii, (2, di cui ultimo bianco). Composta attorno al 1460, è l'opera più nota del Platina, di grande curiosità ed interesse gastronomico, che tratta di ogni genere di commestibili, loro virtù , benefici o danni che possono arrecare al corpo; come cucinare vari tipi di vivande, s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
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