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        Warnunge, An seine lieben Deudschen.

      

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        Greek title then Theriaca Alexipharmarca Interpretatio innominati autoris in Theriaca Commentarii innominati autoris in Theriaca Commentarii diversorum autorum in Alexipharmaca Cologne Joannes Soter 1530 Bound with Theriaca et Alexipharmaca cum scholiis interprete Iohanne Lonicero Cologne J Soter

      

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        De incertitudine and vanitate scientiarum and artium atque excellentia verba dei Antwerp apud Florentissimam Antwerpiam J Grapheus

      

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        Der fürtrefflich griechisch Geschicht Schreiber Herodianus den der hochgelert Angelus Politianus inn das latein und Hieronymus Boner in nachvolgend teütsch pracht Augsburg Heinrich Steiner 19 Aug

      

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        Abhomeron. Geminum de medica facultate opus, studiosis omnibus utilissimum, alterum Abhomeron Abynzohar. Colliget Averroys reliquum nuperrime diligenter correctum, et marginalibus adnotamentis nunquam hactenus adjectis illustratum. Addita est preterea utrique operi propria tabula...

      Venundantur ab Jacobo de Giunta (al colophon: Excudebat Lugduni Joa[n]nes Crispin[us] dictus du Carre mandante Honestissimo viro Jacobo de Giunti. 1531. mense Mayo) 1531 8vo (cm. 16), 5 cc.nn. (compreso frontis.), 123 cc.; 4 cc.nn. (compreso altro frontis. relativo a â??Colliget...â?? che recita: Colliget Auerroys Medici vt acutissimi ita presta[n]tissimi, cum marginarijs Adnotationibus dilige[n]tissime (vbi congruere visum est) additis. Adiecta est et Tabula rerum scitu necessariarum in principio operis quo que scire volueris tibi facilius occurra[n]t), 171 cc., 1 c.nn. (Impresa tipografica). Entrambi i frontespizi in rosso e nero entro ricca cornice xilografica. Num.si bei capilettera ornati. Testo su due colonne. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia. Risarcimenti al ds. e ai piatti. Angoli delle prime venti carte arricciati e con minime mancanze. Aloni ed uniforme ingiallitura delle prime quindici carte. Per errore del legatore, la seconda parte precede la prima. Opera estremamente rara. Durling, 370. Wellcome, I, 566. Non in Adams. Garrison, An introduction to the history of Medicine, p. 122: â??The greatest of the Jewish physicians of the Western Caliphate was the Cordovan Avenzoar, who died in 1162. He was one of the few men of his time who had courage enough to tilt against Galenism, and by his description of the itch - mite (Acarus scabiei) he may be accounted the first parasitologist after Alexander of Tralles. He also described serous pericarditis, mediastinal abscess, pharyngeal paralysis, and infiammation of the middle ear, and he recommended the use of goatâ??s milk in phthisis and tracheotomyâ??.

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        In Ciceronis Partitiones, commentaria Georgii Vallae.

      ex off. Rob. Stephani, Parisiis 1531 - Parisiis, ex off. Rob. Stephani, 1531. 17 x 11,5 cm. 192 Seiten. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titelblatt. Modernes Halbleder über falschen Bünden mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Titel und Schlußblatt mit zeitgenössischem Besitzvermerk, letztes Blatt fleckig. S. 187-192 mit kleinem Wurmgang (Buchstabenverlust). Vor allem zu Beginn zahlreiche Interlinear- und Randanmerkungen. Titelblatt alt ankoloriert. Renaissance Rhetoric Short Title Catalogue, RR 963. Moreau IV, 306. Zweiter Druck dieser erstmals 1528 in Paris erschienenen Ausgabe des späteren Hofdruckers Robert Estienne mit seiner berühmten Olivenbaum-Druckermarke. Der zeitgenössische Besitzvermerk stammt wohl von Jacobus Beyger aus Luban/Lauban (vgl. Ältere Universitätsmatrikel Frankfurt/Oder 1887, S. 26 für das Jahr 1510.) Titel und Schlußblatt mit zeitgenössischem Besitzvermerk, letztes Blatt fleckig. S. 187-192 mit kleinem Wurmgang (Buchstabenverlust). Vor allem zu Beginn zahlreiche Interlinear- und Randanmerkungen. Titelblatt alt ankoloriert. Modernes Halbleder über falschen Bünden mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Die gantze Bibel der ursprünglichen Ebraischen und Griechischen waarheyt nach, auffs treüwlichest verteütschet.

      bey Christoffel Froschouer, Getruckt zuo Zürich 1531 - Getruckt zuo Zürich, bey Christoffel Froschouer, im Jar als man zalt 1531. Folio. (13) Bl. (statt 14), CCCXLII, CCCXXII Bl. Mit zwei Titelblättern mit figürlichen Rahmen in rot und schwarz, 3 Druckermarken und 198 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. VD 16 B 2690; Vischer C 192; Rudolphi 193; Leemann-van Elck (Bibelsammlung) Nr. 5: "Im Mai 1531 veranstaltete Froschauer die für längere Zeit textlich sowie typographisch und illustrativ bedeutendste Ausgabe in Folio, die eine lange Reihe illustrierter Foliobibeln eröffnet und ein hervorragendes Erzeugnis der Buchdruckerkunst darstellt." Die seltene, reich illustrierte Vollbibel von 1531, mit den Holzschnitten nach Hans Holbein d.J., die ursprünglich für eine Lyoner Bibelausgabe bestimmt waren, hier zum Teil geschnitten von dem Monogrammisten V(eit) S(pecklin). Einige Schnitte werden Hans Asper zugeschrieben, vgl. Leemann-van Elck (Zürch. Buchillustr.), S. 32-34 mit Abb. Dazu kamen die 21 Holzschnitte zur Apokalypse, ebenfalls nach Holbein d.J., vermutlich geschnitten von Hans Lützelburger und Hans Herrmann, von Froschauer nur in dieser Ausgabe verwendet. Die Druckermarken (Heitz Nr. 8 und Nr. 5) sind nach Hans Baldung Grien und Hans Holbein d.J. Der Holzschnitt auf Bl. CCCXXI verso, das Himmlische Jerusalem darstellend, zeigt im Hintergrund die Stadt Luzern. In dieser Zeit lebte Holbein in Luzern, wo er mit seinem Vater tätig war. "Das Buch Job, die Psalmen, die Sprichwörter, der Prediger und das Hohelied sind ganz neu bearbeitet. In den historischen Büchern und besonders im Neuen Testament ist dagegen die Fassung Luthers noch wesentlich beibehalten" (Leemann-van Elck). - Der Vorbesitzer dieses Exemplares hat sich ausführlich mit dem Bildprogramm befasst und die Holzschnitte mit Bleistift numeriert, ferner z. Tl. auch die Woltmann-Nummern angefügt. Cf. Woltmann, Holbein und seine Zeit (1874), Bd. I, Kapitel X, Hans Holbein und die Reformation, S. 213 ff; Bd. II, Abschnitt V. Holzschnittwerk, Altes Testament 1-91 und Offenbarung 150-170. Eine weitere ausführliche Abhandlung zu allen Aspekten dieser Bibel, verfasst von Hans Rudolf Lavater-Briner, findet sich in der Publikation "Die Zürcher Bibel von 1531", hrsg. von Christoph Sigrist, 2011. - Zustand: Erstes Titelblatt ausgeschnitten und aufgezogen, etliche Textblätter zu Beginn und am Schluss angerändert (kleiner Textverlust auf Bl. 5 der Vorrede), zweites Titelblatt angerändert. Einige Flecken und andere Gebrauchsspuren. - Mit Exlibris Paul Ad. Leemann. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Carminum, quae quidem extant, omium pars prima, secunda. 2 Tle. In 1 Bd.

      Basel: Cratander 1531 - Teil 1: 8 Bll., 391 S., 1 nn. S., 4 Bl.; Teil 2: 402 S., 7 Bll., 16,4 x 9,3 cm, späterer marmorierter Pappeinband berieben, Titel wegen größerer Randausschnitte hinterlegt, Marginalien leicht beschnitten, Teils etwas alters- oder wasserfleckig. Pontano (1429-1503) Sprache: lat [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Il Libro del Cortegiano del conte Baldesar Castiglione.

      (In fine, colophon:) In Firenze, per li heredi di Philippo di Giunta nell'anno M.D.XXXI. del mese di Aprile (1531), - in-8, ff. 207 num., 1 n.n. con marca dei Giunti al verso (medesima marca sul titolo), bel carattere corsivo italico. Legatura XVII sec. pieno vitello, filetto oro sui piatti e al dorso a nervi. Terza edizione (prima di Aldo 1528) di uno dei testi più rappresentativi del Rinascimento italiano, che ebbe grande influenza sulle letterature europee per oltre un secolo (vedi Shakespeare, Corneille, Cervantes, ecc.). Narra di un dialogo che si svolge in quattro notti con l'intervento di due interlocutori per tornata. Nel primo libro Cesare Gonzaga è poco più di un coadiutore di Ludovico di Canossa che svolge il tema della nobiltà del cortigiano affrontando anche il problema della lingua. Nel II le facezie del Bibbiena sono una manifestazione comica delle modalità descritte da Federico Fregoso sulle doti del cortigiano; il III è una discussione autentica sulla donna di palazzo tra Giuliano de' Medici e l'antifemminista Gaspare Pallavicino. Nel IV la dottrina platonica dell'amore professata da Bembo appare come la sublimazione dei rapporti tra il cortigiano, la società.e il principe. La presente terza edizione è rarissima. Venne ristampato varie volte nel XVI sec. e tradotto in vatrie lingue. B. Castiglione (Mantova 1478-Toledo 1529) studiò a Milano avendo come maestri i famosi umanisti Giorgio Merula, D.Calcondila e Filippo Beroaldo il Vecchio. La sua vita fu intensissima e assai colta. Ebbe importanti incarichi alle corti dei Gonzaga, dei Montefeltro e dei Medici. Il Bembo, altri letterati del tempo e i nobili delle famiglie alle cui corti il Castiglione operò, furono i personaggi del suo Il Cortegiano. Gamba n.204 (non cita la presente ediz.). Passano, Novellieri Italiani, I, p.193. Manca al Camerini, Annali dei Giunti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Amoroso Convivio di Dante, con la additione, et molti suoi notandi, accuratamente rivisto et emendato.

      (In fine:) Impresso in Vinegia per Marchio Sessa nell'anno di nostra salute regnante l'inclito Principe Andrea Gritti. MDXXXI (Venezia, 1531), - in-8, ff. (8), 112, bel carattere corsivo. Legatura 800sca in mezza pelle, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Bordura silografata al titolo con putti, racemi e animali fantastici; impresa dei Sessa con il gatto al verso dell'ultimo f. Le prime 15 pagine contengono un dettagliato indice. Quarta edizione (prima 1490) del celebre Convivio dantesco in cui il poeta espone in quattro trattati la sua teoria politica ed etica, affronta il problema della lingua volgare, della scienza, della filosofia e della nobiltà auspicando un'armoniosa relazione tra potere spirituale e temporale. Ottima edizione di Crusca, spesso utilizzata in ambito accademico. Fresco esemplare a pieni margini. Gamba 419. Mambelli 803. Sander 2331. Choix d'Olschki 197. BMC 208. Adams D-119. Sander n.2331. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Anno Vicesimo Secundo Henrici Octavi. Statvta Bonvm Pvblicvm Concernentia Edita in perliamento tento apud westm[inster] xvi die Ianuarii . . . et inde vlterius prorogati vsque ad xiii die Octobris [1531]. S.T.C. 9370.6 (including this copy); not in Beale

      The second Reformation Parliament, laying the groundwork for the divorce of Catherine of Aragon, enacting the landmark statute "fac[ing] the necessity of providing for the impotent poor", and challenging the independent jurisdiction of the Church. Later 1/4 brown morocco over marbled boards, light pencil notations, generally well preserved with ample margins; the Taussig copy. Tho. Berthelet regius impressor excudebat. Cvm Privilegio, London, 1547?].

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        Sanctum Iesu Christi Evangelium. Acta apostolorum.

      New edition after the first published in 1531, at Yolande Bonhomme, but that was not illustrated.Bound in full brown calf iced contemporary. Back to dumb nerves. Binding having played, the portion formed by the leaves form a rounded outgrowth exceeding boards binding. very browned title page. Right corner missing the first 3 layers on the sidelines, without affect the text but having won a game coaching Renaissance of the title page. Last leaf detaching. Slips index browned, otherwise all rather fresh., With some pages bearing a few small brown spots.Lack before the Apocalypse 4 sheets Epistola beati Apostoli Ioanni Secunda. Apud Franciscum Regnault Parisiis 1542 Fort in-16 (7,5x11,5cm) 209ff. 128ff. 133-165ff. (15f.) relié

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        Iulii M. Turrii Veronensis, De felicitate, ad Paulinam sororem

      Verona. Nicolini da Sabio. 1531Cm. 20; cc. (62). Legatura ottocentesca in piena pelle, piatti inquadrati entro cornice dorata, tassello al dorso con titoli e fregi in oro. Qualche fioritura alla prima carta, interno ottimo. Rara opera del giureconsulto e medaglista nato a Verona intorno al 1480 e vissuto fino alla metà del secolo XVI 615 / P

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        Registrum omnium breuium tam originalium quam iudicialium, nouiter Impressium et quam exacte correctum et emendatum. S.T.C. 20837; Beale 310

      Second appearance of one of the most important of all medieval English law books, likened by Maitland to a medieval cathedral, the original sheets of Rastell's first edition of 1531, including his colophon, here paired with Tottel's title and tables. Contemporary blind panelled calf, rebacked, marbled endpapers, remains of clasps, some foxing, but quite crisp and appealing; the Taussig copy. Excusum Londini, apud Richardum Tottelum [etc.], London, 1553.

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        Illustrations de la Gaulle Belgique]. Le Premier (-Le second - le tiers) volume des Illustrations de la Gaulle Belgique, antiquitez du pays de Haynnau et de la grand cite de Belges, à présent dicte Bavay, dont procedent les chausseess de Brunehault. Et de plusieurs princes. iusques au duc Philippes de Bourgonge, dernier decede.

      François Regnault, Galiot du Pré 1531-1532, Paris - 3 tomes en 1 vol. petit in-folio gothique à deux colonnes de (8)-142 ff. ; (4)- 82 ff. ; (6)-108 ff., veau brun granité, dos orné à nerfs, pièce de titre en maroquin, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIe siècle). Edition originale imprimée en caractères gothiques par les soins de Francois Regnault pour le tome I et Galiot du Pré pour les tomes 2 et 3. Traduction et abrégé par Jacques de Leussauch (dit Lessabée) du manuscrit original latin de Jacques de Guise Annales historiae illustrium principum Hannoniae, pour le duc de Bourgogne Philippe le Bon qui forme la première chronique des provinces belges et pays voisins, France, Allemagne, Danemark, Ecosse, Angleterre. Le quatrième tome n'a jamais paru. Les trois titres présentent un encadrement à portique signé Galiot du Pré, les deux premiers en rouge et noir. Marques des imprimeurs François Regnault au verso du dernier feuillet du tome 1 et de Galiot du Pré au verso du dernier feuillet du tome 3. Lettrines et 3 bois gravés in-texte : a) à pleine page, au recto du second feuillet : dans une salle du Palais, Auteur présentant son livre à Philippe le Bon ; b) et c) au 3e tome, petite figure de l'Auteur écrivant son livre (vignette) et Roi au parlement surmonté d'une scène de bataille (pleine page). Exemplaire Sykes (1841) ; double ex-libris moderne Ad. Lefrancq ; coiffes et mors restaurés ; exemplaire rogné court en tête ; feuillet de titre du tome I sali et remonté ; feuillet âi restauré en marge. Brunet II, 1836 ; Moreau, Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes au XVIe siècle, IV, 178, 440 ; Bechtel, Catalogue des gothiques français, 357 ; Mortimer, Harvard French, 268. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum . (Graece).

      Paris Badius Ascensius 1531 - 8vo. 324 leaves. Upper margin cut short; faint waterstaining confined to margins, light toning throughout. 16th century vellum. Renouard II, 444.

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        Compositio horologiorum, in plano, muro, truncis, anulo, con concavo, cylindro & variis quadrantibus, cum signorum zodiaci & diversarum horarum inscriptionibus..

      Basel, H. Petri, 1531 8°, 4 Bl., 198 S., 1 Bl., mit Titelholzschnitt, 56 teils blattgr. Textholzschnitten (davon 4 von H. Holbein) u. Druckermarke am Schluss. , Neuer Kart.-Bd. unter Verwendung eines alten Druckes., Min berieben. Innen: die beiden ersten Bl. im Unterrand angestückt, etw. randfleckig, anfangs kl. Wurmlöchlein im Text, am Schluss mit Wurmspuren im Oberrand (Kopfzeile teils m. kleinem Buchstabenverlusten); wenige Marginalien von alter Hand. (VD 16 M 6651 - Adams M 1916 - Burmeister 49 - Houzeau/L. 11349 - Zinner 1448 u. Instr. 456) - Erste Ausgabe. - Mit den blattgrossen Holbein-Holzschnitten Horologium murale (39). Zylindr. Sonnenuhr (166). Concav-Sonnenuhr (173). Nocturnal (177). Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - bis 1550 Technik

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        Die gantze Bibel der ursprünglichen Ebraischen und Griechischen waarheyt nach, auffs treüwlichest verteütschet.

      bey Christoffel Froschouer,, Getruckt zuo Zürich, 1531 - Getruckt zuo Zürich, bey Christoffel Froschouer, im Jar als man zalt 1531. Folio. (13) Bl. (statt 14), CCCXLII, CCCXXII Bl. Mit zwei Titelblättern mit figürlichen Rahmen in rot und schwarz, 3 Druckermarken und 198 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. VD 16 B 2690; Vischer C 192; Rudolphi 193; Leemann-van Elck (Bibelsammlung) Nr. 5: "Im Mai 1531 veranstaltete Froschauer die für längere Zeit textlich sowie typographisch und illustrativ bedeutendste Ausgabe in Folio, die eine lange Reihe illustrierter Foliobibeln eröffnet und ein hervorragendes Erzeugnis der Buchdruckerkunst darstellt." Die seltene, reich illustrierte Vollbibel von 1531, mit den Holzschnitten nach Hans Holbein d.J., die ursprünglich für eine Lyoner Bibelausgabe bestimmt waren, hier zum Teil geschnitten von dem Monogrammisten V(eit) S(pecklin). Einige Schnitte werden Hans Asper zugeschrieben, vgl. Leemann-van Elck (Zürch. Buchillustr.), S. 32-34 mit Abb. Dazu kamen die 21 Holzschnitte zur Apokalypse, ebenfalls nach Holbein d.J., vermutlich geschnitten von Hans Lützelburger und Hans Herrmann, von Froschauer nur in dieser Ausgabe verwendet. Die Druckermarken (Heitz Nr. 8 und Nr. 5) sind nach Hans Baldung Grien und Hans Holbein d.J. Der Holzschnitt auf Bl. CCCXXI verso, das Himmlische Jerusalem darstellend, zeigt im Hintergrund die Stadt Luzern. In dieser Zeit lebte Holbein in Luzern, wo er mit seinem Vater tätig war. "Das Buch Job, die Psalmen, die Sprichwörter, der Prediger und das Hohelied sind ganz neu bearbeitet. In den historischen Büchern und besonders im Neuen Testament ist dagegen die Fassung Luthers noch wesentlich beibehalten" (Leemann-van Elck). - Der Vorbesitzer dieses Exemplares hat sich ausführlich mit dem Bildprogramm befasst und die Holzschnitte mit Bleistift numeriert, ferner z. Tl. auch die Woltmann-Nummern angefügt. Cf. Woltmann, Holbein und seine Zeit (1874), Bd. I, Kapitel X, Hans Holbein und die Reformation, S. 213 ff; Bd. II, Abschnitt V. Holzschnittwerk, Altes Testament 1-91 und Offenbarung 150-170. Eine weitere ausführliche Abhandlung zu allen Aspekten dieser Bibel, verfasst von Hans Rudolf Lavater-Briner, findet sich in der Publikation "Die Zürcher Bibel von 1531", hrsg. von Christoph Sigrist, 2011. - Zustand: Erstes Titelblatt ausgeschnitten und aufgezogen, etliche Textblätter zu Beginn und am Schluss angerändert (kleiner Textverlust auf Bl. 5 der Vorrede), zweites Titelblatt angerändert. Einige Flecken und andere Gebrauchsspuren. - Mit Exlibris Paul Ad. Leemann. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit ornamentalen Rollstempeln, 2 Metallschliessen, 4 metallenen Eck- und 2 Mittelstücken. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Compositio horologiorum, in plano, muro, truncis, anulo, con concavo, cylindro & variis quadrantibus, cum signorum zodiaci & diversarum horarum inscriptionibus: ... Basel, Henricus Petrus, 1531 (changed in manuscript to 1535). With woodcut on title-page showing sundials of various kinds, Petri's woodcut device on last page, large folding woodcut plate (31.5 x 40.5 cm) of a wall sundial, and 56 woodcut illustrations in the text (many full-page). With: (2) GLAREAN(US), Heinrich. De geographia liber unus, ab ipso authore iam tertio recognitus.Freiburg im Breisgau, (colophon: Joannis Faber), 1533. With Faber's device on title-page with a larger version on last page, and 21 woodcut illustrations in the text (several full-page). 2 works in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary sheepskin parchment.

      Ad 1: Burmeister, Sebastian Münster 49; Hamel, Astron. Drucke, p. 302; ad 2: Hamel, Astron. Drucke, p. 168; VD16, L2628. First edition of a treatise on sundials by the cosmographer, cartographer and Hebrew scholar Sebastian Münster, complete with the folding plate, also dated 1531 but usually lacking in the present first edition. Bound with the third, corrected edition of an influential work on geography by Heinrich Loritus Glarean(us). In the first and most important part, Glarean discusses the mathematical basis of physical geography, with interesting chapters on globes; the second part contains descriptions of Europe, Africa and Asia.With early owner's inscription on first title-page and manuscript table of astrological data on last free endleaf. With a tear repaired in the folding plate, but further in very good condition, with a small hole in 1 leaf affecting 3 letters of the text. The inside front hinge has detached from the bookblock and repaired with white thread, but the binding is otherwise good.

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        Registrum Omnium Brevium, tam Originalium, quam Iudicialium S T C 20836; Beale 309a and 309b Folio

      London: Apud Guilielmum Rastell, 1531. Contemporary blind tooled panelled calf, front hinge and first blanks loose, lacking the first title, yet a stunning binding; the Taussig copy First edition of one of the most important of all medieval English law books, likened by Maitland to a medieval cathedral, a work which is "the very skeleton of the Corpus Juris", and called by Holdsworth "the basis of the mediaeval common law

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        Ensis de rebus gothorum persarum ac vandalorum libri VII una cum aliis me EDITION ORIGINALE

      Basilae (Bâle): ex officina Joannis Hervagii, 1531. Fine. ex officina Joannis Hervagii, Basilae (Bâle) 1531, in Folio (30x20,5cm), (48) 690 (1bc) 46pp. -2., relié. - First Edition and First Latin translation of the Greek original by Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) and Raffaele Maffei (1455-1522). Very rare, we could not find a single copy in the catalog Hollis of Harvard University. Lack of board the BN of France as well as most foreign catalogs. The Harvard copy does not contain the 46 pages of a Greek text (which contains our copy) supposed to follow up this issue as stated in the colophon. Absent Brunet cites only the edition translated into French of 1587 in Paris, at Michalon. Full brown sheepskin, a pastiche flammande binding of the sixteenth century, back to 4 stars nerves and seedling cold boards are a central diamond from which radiate a series of frames. Tail headdress eroded and many works to the boards (sometimes large) Hole in head cover. Wormholes and galleries on the first two sheets in low margin and corner of little consequence ... Procopius was a Greek historian of the first half of the sixth century, he held various important positions in Byzantium, secretary of Belisarius Prefect of Byzantium. His writings mark the transition between classical Greek literature and Byzantine Greek literature, and make history into a new vision. The book collects books Wars, goths, vandals, Persian. Many other texts follow the stories of war. The book contains a long index at the beginning of Book 33 p. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale et Première traduction latine du grec original par Cristoforo Persona (1416-1485) et Raffaele Maffei (1455-1522). Très rare, nous n'avons pu découvrir qu'un seul exemplaire dans le catalogue Hollis de l'université d'Harvard. Manque bien sûr à la BN de France ainsi qu'à la plupart des catalogues étrangers. L'exemplaire d'Harvard ne contient pas les 46 pages d'un texte en grec (que contient notre exemplaire) censé faire suite à cette édition ainsi que l'indique le colophon. Absent à Brunet qui ne cite que l'édition traduite en français de 1587 à Paris, chez Michalon. Reliure en pleine basane marron, pastiche d'une reliure flammande du XVIème siècle, dos à 4 nerfs et semis d'étoiles à froid, les plats portent un losange central à partir duquel rayonnent une série d'encadrements. Coiffe de queue grignotée et nombreux travaux de vers sur les plats (parfois larges), trous de vers en coiffe de tête. Trous de vers et galeries sur les deux premiers feuillets en marge basse et coin, de peu de conséquence... Procope de Césarée fut un historien grec de la première moitié du VIème siècle, il occupa à bysance différents postes importants, secrétaire de Bélisaire, préfet de bysance. Ses écrits marquent la transition entre la littérature grecque classique et la littérature grecque bysantine, et font entrer l'histoire dans une nouvelle vision. L'ouvrage rassemble les livres de guerres, guerre des goths, des vandales, des perses. De nombreux autres textes suivent les récits de guerre. L'ouvrage contient un long index au commencement du livre de 33 p.

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        Severino di Consolatione Philosophica volgare. Novamente revisto & di molti errori por gato opera al tutto dignissima ecellente & bella. Don Anselmo Tanzo al pio Lettero.

      Vinegia, Marchio Sessa 1531 - 15 x 10,3 cm, XV unpag. S., 104 S., die erste Seite nach dem Vorwort enthält eine kleine Holzschnittill., teilweise koloriert, die letzte S. weist eine Zeichnung ( Entwurf eines Wappens oder Druckermarke?), durchgeh. im unteren Drittel wasserfleckig( aber immer lesbarer Text) , mit vielen handschriftlichen Annotierungen, Halbfranz gebraucht, Rücken teilw. geplatzt

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        Quadripartitum botanicum de simplicum medicamentorum facultatibus... additis Dosibus purgantium ... Strasbourg, S. Paulli, 1667-1668. 2 parts in 1 volume. 4to. With first title-page and half-title printed in red and black, full-page engraved allegorical frontispiece and 7 full-page engraved plates. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine.

      Arnold Arboretum, p. 543; BMC NH, p. 1531; Krivatsy 8684; Pritzel 6992; for Paulli: DSB X, pp. 426-427. Second, enlarged edition of Paulli's major botanical work. Simon Paulli (1603-1680) worked as a physician in Rostock and Lübeck, before being appointed professor of anatomy, surgery and botany at the University of Copenhagen and court physician to the Danish king. Von Haller praised him for not only compiling existing botanical knowledge but also for comparing it with information derived from his own experiments. Paulli divides the plants into four seasons, beginning with the winter, arranges them in alphabetical order, and gives of each plant the Latin, German and Danish name, followed by a description and medical application.With the bookplate of horticulturist Hjalmar Hartmann (1870-1945) on pastedown, owner's entry of Louis Bobé (Schleswig 1893) on first endleaf; some browning, corrosion spots, staining, faint marginal waterstaining, underscoring. Despite these defects, a well-preserved copy of this rare work, with the very rare Continuatio.

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        Theologia Germanica: in qua continentur articuli de fide, evangelio, virtutibus et sacramentis: quorvm materia iam nostra tempestate controverti sole

      Augustae Vindelicorum [i.e., Augsburg]: Alexandrum Weissenhorn for Martin Silbereysen, 1531. First edition in Latin of the author's Teutsche Theologey (1st pub., 1528). Title printed in red and black within historiated woodcut border; initial woodcut ccapitals. Text in two columns. [222] leaves; A-Z, a-o6. Text rubricated throughout. 1 vols. Folio; 29.5 cm. 20th-century vellum, gilt-lettered spine, later endpapers. Upper joint splitting; two institutional bookplates on front pastedown; title-page slightly soiled, and text block in general a bit toned, but overall, a l very handsome copy. The Beginnings of the Counter Reformation: an Answer to Maartin Luther An early and important book, and a forerunner of the  Catholic Counter Reformation.  The book was written by Berthold Pürstinger (1465- 1543), known as the Bishop of Chiemsee from his episcopal see on one of the islands of the Bavarian lake of Chiemsee. Upon his retirement from the bishopric in 1526, Pürstinger devoted more and more of his energies to stemming the tide of Lutheranism via his writings -  notably, in his TEWTSCHE THEOLOGEY (Munich, 1528), which was "the first extended Roman Catholic treatise on dogmatics in the German language and the first comprehensive and systematic presentation of the Roman doctrine in opposition to the Reformation. It thus has importance as literature and linguistically, and is directly connected with the beginnings of the Counter-Reformation ? Luther's justification by faith alone is repudiated; the power and privileges of the pope are emphasized ? " (Schaff-Herzog, IX, p. 360). Permission to publish a text such as this in German was given by the Church, on condition that Pürstinger translate it into Latin.Although aimed at a wider audience, Pürstinger's Latin translation is a much scarcer book,  both in institutions and on the market, than its 1528 German predecesor. ABPC shows two copies at auction in the laste 35 years, the most recent, from 1995, bringing £600 (close to $1,000). This is a particularly handsome copy of Pürstinger Latin version, beautifully rubricated by a contemporary hand.

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        De varia historia libri tres nuper il lucem editi. Index insuper tum capitum, tum eorum quae notatu digna visa sunt locupletissimus

      in Officina Frobeniana 1531 edizione originale contemporanea a quella di Giunta, in 8°, pp.( 24), 362, (22), leg. p / perg. rimontata, tagli rossi, bella marca tipogr. del Froben al front. e in fine, un capil. istoriato. L?A. (1456 - 1531), umanista e dotto filosofo veneziano, studiò il greco a Firenze sotto Demetrio Calcondila e restaurò le buone lettere all?Università di Padova. Fu attento studioso dell?antichità e combattè in favore della riforma umanistica degli studi filosofici. In quest?opera egli rievoca il mondo antico attraverso l?esposizione dei miti, delle leggende, delle religioni, degli usi e costumi. Come cita il Ciasca: ?Il primo capitolo tratta del Sito della Sardegna?. Cfr. Adams, L - 504; Ciasca 9544; Graesse IV, 166; Renouard XXVIII, 104; Camerini I, 339. Firma di appartenenza cancellata al front., per il resto ottimo e fresco esempl. Molto raro.

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        Magna Carta, cum aliis antiquis statutis, quorum catalogum in fine operis reperies [with] Secunda pars veterum statutorum S T C 9271; Beale S9 and S21 [complete]

      London: In edibus Thome Bertheleti regii impressoris [etc.], 1531 and 32. Contemporary blind tooled calf, some browning and mainly marginal staining, title and first leaves a bit frayed (no text affected); the Taussig copy An early printing of the Great Charter and other ancient statutes, the first Berthelet printing, and the first to include a second part of additional ancient statutes (an inclusion to be emulated in later printings of the Charter), here in both parts

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        Magna Carta, cum aliis antiquis statutis, quorum catalogum in fine operis reperies [with] Secunda pars veterum statutorum. S.T.C. 9271; Beale S9 and S21 [complete]

      An early printing of the Great Charter and other ancient statutes, the first Berthelet printing, and the first to include a second part of additional ancient statutes (an inclusion to be emulated in later printings of the Charter), here in both parts. Contemporary blind tooled calf, some browning and mainly marginal staining, title and first leaves a bit frayed (no text affected); the Taussig copy. In edibus Thome Bertheleti regii impressoris [etc.], London, 1531 and 32.

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        Florilegium diversorum epigrammatum ... (Graece).

      Paris, Badius Ascensius, 1531.. 8vo. 324 leaves. Upper margin cut short; faint waterstaining confined to margins, light toning throughout. 16th century vellum. Renouard II, 444. For further information see www.dinter.de in List 26..

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        Magna carta, cu[m] aliis antiquis statutis, q[uo]rum catalogum in fine operis reperies

      [colophon: Londini: impressus in edibus Thome Bertheleti Small 8vo. 2 parts. I: 150 [i.e., 149], [3] ff.; lacks fol. 3 and part 2.. 1531] Magna Carta remains the most significant single milestone in the common Anglo-American legal tradition. It began the centuries-long process in English law of putting explicit legal limits on royal (and hence, by later extension, governmental) authority and of granting explicit rights to the ruled, a process that has led by circuitous and varying routes to many of the key provisions of the present British and U.S. constitutions. This compact, originally just between the king and his discontented barons, has been invested by time and later interpretation with real and mythological power far beyond its original intent and far beyond any other single document in English law. Appended to Magna Carta here are statutes passed before the reign of Edward III. Like most English law books of the period, this small volume (comfortable for "working use") is printed in black letter, except for the "Lectori" (i.e., "To the Reader") which is in roman. The languages of the text are Latin and Law French; the edition is a close reprinting of Pynson's 1527 edition, this last making sense as Berthelett succeeded Pynson as the royal printer. Provenance: Bookplate of the great royal collector Augustus Frederick (1773?-1843), the Duke of Sussex and the ninth child of King George III of England. Early 19th-century English brown calf, recently rebacked; modest blind roll at perimeter of boards, gilt roll on turn-ins. Lacks one leaf of text (fol. 3) and the second part of the statutes, sometimes found separately. Missing leaf supplied in photocopy, loosely laid in. Occasional spotting or light blotching but in fact very much a clean copy, and one with nice wide margins.

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        DE INCERTITUDINE &  VANITATE SCIENTIARU(M) & ARTIUM, ATQ; EXCELLENTIA VERBI DEI, DECLAMATIO.

      PARISIIS APUD IOANNEM PETRUM, IN VICO SORBONICO. ANNO MDXXXI, (1531)Esemplare in buone condizioni Legatura coeva in pergamena ITALIANO Legatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso; al recto del foglio di guardia anteriore antiche  note manoscritte. 8 pagine non numerate (l'ultima bianca), compreso il bel frontespizio con titolo, ampia marca tipografica a silografia e antiche note manoscritte da più mani; seguono da IX a CLIX carte numerate;  mancanza del'ultima carta bianca. All'interno, poche antiche sottolineature e chiose manoscritte. Seconda edizione, stampata in contemporanea a quelle di Colonia e Anversa, quest'ultima ricalca riga per riga quella di Parigi qui in esame, la prima edizione apparve nel 1530 ad Anversa.  L'opera è un duro attacco sarcastico di Agrippa alla saggezza convenzionale degli eruditi. Nel testo si discute ogni sorta di sistematica comprensione intellettuale e si sostituisce la deduzione logica con una nuova forma di conoscenza occulta.   I vari argomenti trattati sono la musica, l'astrologia, la magia, la caccia, la medicina, la cabala, l'arte e l'architettura e la preparazione del cibo. "This work [De incertitudine] gives emphasis to the tension betweenthe verbum Dei and human knowledge, without providing any basis for the skepticism of which Agrippa has oftenbeen accused. Rather, at the beginning of the era of natural science, it is one of the first testimonials to knowledgeof the limits of human understanding Today Agrippa's importance is considered to lie in the social criticism that isembodied in his works on magic as well as in his polemic against the vanity and uncertainty of science" DSB I, pag. 79 e segg.  Agrippa,  nella sua variegata carriera fu  al servizio dell'imperatore Massimiliano,  si interessò alla teosofia e magia e  a seguito di  ciò fu denunciato come eretico  e negromante, i suoi libri bruciati e lui messo all'indice dall'Inquisizione. Dopo la pubblicazione dell'opera in esame fu costretto a fuggire a Colonia per evitare l'Inquisizione, oltre che  per problemi finanziari.   Le opere di Agrippa sono fondamentali per il pensiero occidentale sia laico che occulto.  Le sue opere, furono di formazione fondamentale per  tutti i principali pensatori occulti tra cui John Dee, Levi Newton, Golden Dawn, Aleister Crowley, e una miriade di altri fino a  Montaigne, Descartes, e Goethe. Esemplare in buone condizioni, modesta quanto lieve gora all'angolo inferiore ai due terzi delle carte. All'ultima carta, vistoso antico rappezzo a colmare una lacuna al bordo inferiore, senza perdita di testo.    

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        [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Title [Fleuron]. Silii Italici...de bello punico libri septemdecim. Cum argumentis Hermanni Buschij, & scholijs in margine adiectis, quae vice vberis commentarij esse possunt

      Parisiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1531, Hardback, Book Condition: Very GoodLacks final blank. Preliminary 2 and last leaf with MS inscriptions and pen trials; light, marginal staining. Contemporary limp vellum soiled and crimpled; a sound copy overall. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 223 pages; Referenced by: Adams S1135. Referenced by: CLC S1260. Renouard, P. Simon de Colin, p. 185. Language; Latin. Physical description; 223 leaves ; 17 cm. Notes; Signatures: a-z, A-E(8 (E(8 blank). Printer's device on the title page. Colophon: Parisiis in aedibus Simonis Colinaei anno M. D. XXXI mense Novembri. Spaces with guide letters left for capitals. Errors in foliation 84, 206, 217 misnumb. 48, 260, and 227 respectively. Subjects; Punic War, 2d 218-201 B.C - Poetry. Other names; Busche, Hermann von dem, 1468-1534.

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        Marbodei Galli Poetae Vetustissimi de lapidibus pretiosis Enchiridion, cum scholijs Pictorij Villingensis. Eivsdem Pictorii De lapide molari carmen. Lectori. Qui cupis emunctim gemmarum scire medullas, Huc uenias, totum continet iste liber: Qui decies senis capitellis nomina dicit, Et species, patrias, quid ualeant 'qz simul. Anno M.D.XXXI.

      [Freiburg in Breisgau, P. Willig], 1531. 8vo (152 x 95mm). [2], 3-55, [1], leaves. Recent boards, covered with old printed paper. The work of Marbodus is the earliest lapidary of the middle ages and also the one which is quoted more widely. Marbodus was Bishop of Rennes and wrote his lapidary, in 734 Latin hexameters describing 60 stones, between the years 1061 and 1081. This is the first edition of Georg Pictorius's annotated redaction of Marbode's book on the medical and magical properties of precious stones. Many manuscripts of this lapidary have survived. After the invention of printing, 14 editions appeared between 1511 and 1740 and still others at later dates. This copy is the third edition overall of this work that first appeared in 1511. /Two library stamps on title. A very fine preserved copy of this rare lapidary.//Sinkankas 4170; Wilson, Mineral books pp. 29-32.

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        In Ciceronis Partitiones, commentaria Georgii Vallae.

      Parisiis, ex off. Rob. Stephani, 1531.. 17 x 11,5 cm. 192 Seiten. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titelblatt. Modernes Halbleder über falschen Bünden mit Rückentitel in Goldprägung. Titel und Schlußblatt mit zeitgenössischem Besitzvermerk, letztes Blatt fleckig. S. 187-192 mit kleinem Wurmgang (Buchstabenverlust). Vor allem zu Beginn zahlreiche Interlinear- und Randanmerkungen. Titelblatt alt ankoloriert.. Renaissance Rhetoric Short Title Catalogue, RR 963. Moreau IV, 306. Zweiter Druck dieser erstmals 1528 in Paris erschienenen Ausgabe des späteren Hofdruckers Robert Estienne mit seiner berühmten Olivenbaum-Druckermarke. Der zeitgenössische Besitzvermerk stammt wohl von Jacobus Beyger aus Luban/Lauban (vgl. Ältere Universitätsmatrikel Frankfurt/Oder 1887, S. 26 für das Jahr 1510.)

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        Fleuron]. Silii Italici.de bello punico libri septemdecim. Title [Fleuron]. Silii Italici.de bello punico libri septemdecim. Cum argumentis Hermanni Buschij, & scholijs in margine adiectis, quae vice vberis commentarij esse possunt

      Parisiis : Apud Simonem Colinaeum 1531 - Referenced by: Adams S1135. Referenced by: CLC S1260. Renouard, P. Simon de Colin, p. 185. Language; Latin. Physical description; 223 leaves ; 17 cm. Notes; Signatures: a-z, A-E(8 (E(8 blank). Printer's device on the title page. Colophon: Parisiis in aedibus Simonis Colinaei anno M. D. XXXI mense Novembri. Spaces with guide letters left for capitals. Errors in foliation 84, 206, 217 misnumb. 48, 260, and 227 respectively. Subjects; Punic War, 2d 218-201 B.C - Poetry. Other names; Busche, Hermann von dem, 1468-1534. Lacks final blank. Preliminary 2 and last leaf with MS inscriptions and pen trials; light, marginal staining. Contemporary limp vellum soiled and crimpled; a sound copy overall. 1 Kg. 223 pp.

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        Marbodei Galli Poetae Vetustissimi de lapidibus pretiosis Enchiridion, cum scholijs Pictorij Villingensis. Eivsdem Pictorii De lapide molari carmen. Lectori. Qui cupis emunctim gemmarum scire medullas, Huc uenias, totum continet iste liber: Qui decies senis capitellis nomina dicit, Et species, patrias, quid ualeant 'qz simul. Anno M.D.XXXI.

      - [Freiburg in Breisgau, P. Willig], 1531. 8vo (152 x 95mm). [2], 3-55, [1], leaves. Recent boards, covered with old printed paper. The work of Marbodus is the earliest lapidary of the middle ages and also the one which is quoted more widely. Marbodus was Bishop of Rennes and wrote his lapidary, in 734 Latin hexameters describing 60 stones, between the years 1061 and 1081. This is the first edition of Georg Pictorius's annotated redaction of Marbode's book on the medical and magical properties of precious stones. Many manuscripts of this lapidary have survived. After the invention of printing, 14 editions appeared between 1511 and 1740 and still others at later dates. This copy is the third edition overall of this work that first appeared in 1511.Two library stamps on title. A very fine preserved copy of this rare lapidary.Sinkankas 4170; Wilson, Mineral books pp. 29-32. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        IN MATTHEUM EVANGELISTAM, ESAYAMQUE ET HIEREMIAM PROPHETAS , NECNON EIUSDEM HIEREMIAE TRENOS COMMENTARIA.(in Fine : Lugduni Johannes Crespin, Undecima Martii 1531)

      JOHANNES CRESPIN, Lugduni 1531 - [ALTA TEOLOGIA] (cm. 16,2) Solida piena pergamena di poco posteriore, con nervi e tracce di lacci. Antico rinforzo al dorso. - cc.12nn., cc.291 (mal numerate 289) + 1c. bianca. cc.5nn., cc.157 (al verso di c.157, registro e marca tipografica) + 1 c. con dedicatoria + 1c. bianca; cc. 3 nn., cc. 115 +1c. con al verso, marca tipografica, registro e colophon, + 1 c. bianca. Sono 3 parti in un volume, con tre frontis stampati in rosso e nero con ricca bordura decorata e figurata, al centro ritratto di San Tommaso dottore angelico. Veramente bell'edizione, caratteri gotici a 2 colonne con capolettere figurati, di questi 3 celebri commentari stampati dal Jean Crespin, con titoli e paginazione separata. Sono rari a trovarsi tutti e tre assieme, anche Adams possiede solo 2 parti su 3. Il commentario di Jsaiah è datato al colophon 27 marzo 1531 e quello di Jeremiah 11 marzo 1531 anche il Baudrier cita le 3 parti separatamente e possedute divise da diverse biblioteche. Piccolo vecchio restauro all'estremo margine bianco delle prime 6 carte, più evidente al frontis, altrimenti esemplare molto bello nitido e genuino. Al verso dell'ultima carta bianca, una notazione coeva manoscritta. BM.STC. FRENCH non ha questa edizione. *BAUDRIER "bibliographie Lionnaise" VI pp.144-145 CON AMPIA DESCRIZIONE. * ADAMS A 1470 -71 solo 2 parti.[f36] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Theologia Germanica: in qua continentur articuli de fide, evangelio, virtutibus et sacramentis: quorvm materia iam nostra tempestate controverti sole

      Augustae Vindelicorum [i.e., Augsburg]: Alexandrum Weissenhorn for Martin Silbereysen, 1531 - An early and important book, and a forerunner of the Catholic Counter Reformation. The book was written by Berthold Pürstinger (1465- 1543), known as the Bishop of Chiemsee from his episcopal see on one of the islands of the Bavarian lake of Chiemsee. Upon his retirement from the bishopric in 1526, Pürstinger devoted more and more of his energies to stemming the tide of Lutheranism via his writings - notably, in his TEWTSCHE THEOLOGEY (Munich, 1528), which was "the first extended Roman Catholic treatise on dogmatics in the German language and the first comprehensive and systematic presentation of the Roman doctrine in opposition to the Reformation. It thus has importance as literature and linguistically, and is directly connected with the beginnings of the Counter-Reformation - Luther's justification by faith alone is repudiated; the power and privileges of the pope are emphasized - " (Schaff-Herzog, IX, p. 360). Permission to publish a text such as this in German was given by the Church, on condition thatPürstinger translate it into Latin. Although aimed at a wider audience, Pürstinger's Latin translation is a much scarcer book, both in institutions and on the market, than its 1528 German predecesor. ABPC shows two copies at auction in the laste 35 years, the most recent, from 1995, bringing £600 (close to $1,000). This is a particularly handsome copy of Pürstinger Latin version, beautifully rubricated by a contemporary hand First edition in Latin of the author's Teutsche Theologey (1st pub., 1528). Folio; 29.5 cm. Title printed in red and black within historiated woodcut border; initial woodcut ccapitals. Text in two columns. [222] leaves; A-Z, a-o6. Text rubricated throughout. 20th-century vellum, gilt- lettered spine, later endpapers. Upper joint splitting; two institutional bookplates on front pastedown; title-page slightly soiled, and text block in general a bit toned, but overall, a l very handsome copy. Adams T-562; OCLC: 165965742 (no copies in North America); THE NEW SCHAFF-HERZOG ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE (1911) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        AMOROSO CONVIVIO DI DANTE, Con la Additione, & molti Suoi Notandi, Accuratamente Reuisto & Emendato

      Vinegia: Marchio Sessa, 1531. Rare and important edition, and only the fourth printing of Dante’s ‘Convivio’. This edition used by academics and especially by Salvini With a beautifully engraved titlepage featuring an illustrated and regal border depicting nymphs and animals amidst climbing vines, initial 7-line capital letter handsomely engraved, colophon leaf engraved. Small octavo, in an antique binding of soft vellum, probably of the 19th century, the spine with gilt decorations all over and the title and author printed in gilt. [xvi], 112 leaves A clean, fresh and well preserved copy of this scarce work, very little spotting, crisp and unpressed and unwashed. RARE AND IMPORTANT EDITION. All 16th century editions of the work are extremely elusive. Dante’s CONVIVIO, or Banquet, is an unfinished philosophical work by the great Italian poet. It was planned as a series of 14 treatises, each in the form of a prose commentary on one of Dante’s own CANZONI. The four completed treatises, written between 1304 and 1308, draw on numerous philosophical sources but most heavily on Aristotle. It is the first work of Dante to explore certain doctrines and meditations, politics and the political society and moral man.

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        En Damus Diodori Siculi historici graeci, quae nunc quidem extare noscuntur opera, nempe De Illustrium Regnum Philippi, & Alexandri, nec non & aliquot aliorum nobilium ducum Macedoniae praeclare factis, Bartholomeo Cospo Bononiensi interprete, 374 pp. Reliure peau d’époque. Très bel exemplaire.

      Basileae excudebat Henricus Petrus, Mense Augusto. Anno M.D.XXXI. 1531 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DOMINICAE PRECATIONIS INTERPRETATIO.

      Apud Gryphium Lugduni. 1531. - Non-paginated. Approximately 300pp. 4 inch by 3 inch miniature, rebound in crimson leather, raised bands, gilt to spine, marbled endpapers, page marker. Some light foxing/darkening to pages, minor damage obscuring a couple of words on title page, some very old writing verso of title page, o/w GOOD CONDITION IN MINT BINDING. * A very rare little group of sermons by Savonarola, the great Dominican reformer who ended up being burned for his troubles. The headline piece in the book is his COMMENTARY ON THE LORD’S PRAYER (Dominicae Precationis Interpretatio), but it also includes A MEDITATION ON THE PSALM (Meditatio in Psalmum) “MISERERE MEI DEUS,” A COMMENTARY ON THE PSALM (Ejusdem in Psalmum Expositio) “IN TE DOMINE SPERAVI,” A BRIEF COMMENTARY ON THE TEN COMMANDMENTS (Decalogi Interpretatio Perbrevis), as well as “Exegesis Paraphrastica Symboli Apostolici,” “Paraphrasis Dominicae Orationis,” and “Dominicae Orationis Expositio.” ** SEE THIS BOOK: CLICK ON THE CAMERA ICON AT LEFT. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Officia M.T.C

      With 103 Woodcut Illustrations, Including One of the Earliest Illustrations of a ConjurerCICERO, Marcus Tullius. Officia M.T.C. Ein Buch, So Marcus Tullius Cicero der RË?mer, zu seynem Sune Marco, Von den tugentsamen â?°mptern, und zugehË?rungen, eynes wol und rechtlebenden Menschen, in Latein geschriben, Welchs auffbegere, Herren Johansen von Schwartzenbergs [et]c. verteutschet, Und volgens, Durch ine in zyerlicher Hochte¸tsch gebracht, Mit vil Figuren, unnd Te¸tschen Reymen, gemeynem nutz zu gut, in Druck gegeben worden. [Augsburg: Gedruckt...durch Heynrichen Stayner, 7 December ] 1531.Third edition of the first German translation of De officiis, which was first published by Heinrich Steiner 16 February 1531. Folio (11 3/16 x 17 13/16 inches; 284 x 198 mm.). [8], XCI leaves. Lacking the final blank as commonly found. Large woodcut on title of Julius Caesar enthroned and surrounded by eight counsellors, with Cicero shown writing in the background (repeated on G2 verso), large woodcut portrait of Schwarzenberg by Weiditz after D¸rer on verso of title, the head within a circle surrounded by sixteen coats of arms, and 101 woodcut illustrations in the text, including ninety-nine by Hans Weiditz and one by Hans Burgkmair. Decorative woodcut tail-pieces, decorative and historiated woodcut initials.Modern antique-style mottled calf. Spine ruled in gilt and decoratively tooled in blind in compartments, the blind tooling extending onto the covers, with black morocco gilt lettering label. One small wormhole affecting the first sixty-eight leaves, a few additional marginal wormholes. This copy was formerly part of a Sammelband, as suggested by the remains of an index tab on title. Overall, an excellent copy.ìOne hundred cuts by Weiditz, in addition to borders and initials. Thirty-three of these belong to the Petrarch set, while the remaining sixty-seven (from sixty-four blocks, three of which are used twice) were designed for the Cicero itself. One cut (fol. 78) is by Burgkmair; two (50, 71 vo.) are anonymousî (Dodgson II, p. 143).The subjects include: a conjurer performing sleight of hand tricks at a table (A3 verso); a calculating board (D2 verso, F6, and L2); breaking on the wheel (D3 verso); an astrolabe and hornbooks (E5 verso); a dancing bear (F3 verso); a pendulum clock (F4); a painting studio (F5 verso); bee hives (G1); a hand press as still used for sewing by bookbinders (H2); a childís walker (I2 verso); phlebotomy (L2); a surgical operation (M2verso); a spiderís web (N6); and card playing (O2).Fairfax Murray, German, 118 (describing the 16 February 1531 first edition). STC German, p. 209. Worstbrock 141.HBS 65473.$8,500

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        Historiae libri IX: Et de Vita Homeri libellus. Illi ex interpretatione Laurentio Vallae adscripta, hic ex interpretatione Conradi Heresbachii: utraque ab Henr. Stephano recognita. Ex Ctesia excerptae historiae. Apologia Henr. Stephani pro Herodoto. Accessit in hac editione Spicilegium Frid. Syburgii, ad Henr.Stephanus virum clariss.

      . Titelblatt mit Druckermarke, S.2 - 72, 592 S, 44 Blatt. Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 6 Bünden mit reicher Blindprägung.. Das Werk Herodots in einer für die Rezeptionsgeschichte des 16. Jahrhunderts aufschlußreichen Zusammenstellung und Kommentierung, versehen mit einem schönen Wittenberger Einband von Georg Kammerberger. - VD 16 H 2515 und 2533; Haebler I, 222, VIII und IX. - Der Pariser Ausgabe des Buchdruckers und Philologen Henry Etienne (1531 - 1598) folgend, stehen in dem hier vorliegenden Werk die "Historien" und die teilweise Herodot zugeschriebene Abhandlung über das Leben des Homers in der Kommentierung und Übersetzung durch die Humanisten Laurentius Valla (um 1405 - 1457) und Konrad Heresbach (1496 - 1576) im Mittelpunkt. - Die Einteilung der "Historien" in neun Bücher stammt nicht von Herodot. Hauptthema ist der Zusammenstoß der westlich-griechischen Welt mit der östlich-persischen Welt, der in den Perserkriegen gipfelte. Die zahlreichen Anekdoten, Reflexionen, Überlieferungen und Novellen lassen die damals bekannte Welt, ihre Länder und Völker sehr 'plastisch' vor dem Auge des Lesers entstehen. Die "Historien" begründeten Herodots Ruf als "Vater der Geschichtsschreibung". - Der Autor der kleinen Schrift "Das Leben des Homer" ist eigentlich unbekannt: die ersten Zeilen könnten einen Hinweis auf die Urheberschaft Herodots enthalten; heutige Forschung spricht allerdings von einem "Pseudo-Herodot". - Zwei weitere Schriften sind beigefügt: die "Apologia pro Herodoto" von Henry Etienne (auch - wie hier - Heinrich Stephanus genannt) und Auszüge der Geschichtsschreibung des Ktesias von Knidos (spätes 5. bzw frühes 4. Jahrhundert vor Christus). Während ersterer in seiner 1566 erschienen Schrift Herodot gegen Kritiker in Schutz nimmt, polemisiert Ktesias in seinen nur fragmentarisch erhaltenen Werken gegen Herodot.- Den oben beschriebenen Texten vorangestellt sind ergänzende Abhandlungen Friedrich Sylburgs' über den französischen Buchdrucker Henry Etienne. Sylburg arbeitete - neben seiner gelehrten Tätigkeit - als Korrektor, Bearbeiter und Herausgeber griechischer Schriftsteller bei der Wechel'schen Buchdruckerei. Andreas Wechel, der Verleger des vorliegenden Buches, verlegte seinen Verlag zur Zeit der Protestantenverfolgung in Frankreich im Jahre 1573 von Paris nach Frankfurt am Main. - Der blindgeprägte Schweinsledereinband zeigt auf dem Vorderdeckel das Wappen des Heiligen Römischen Reichs mit der Unterschrift "Des H. Remi Keisertums Wappen". Auf dem Hinterdeckel befindet sich das kursächsische Wappen mit der Unterschrift "Insignia Et Electo. Saxo". An die Kopf- und Fußleisten der Wappenfelder grenzen zwei Felder, die auf dem Vorderdeckel leer, auf dem Hinterdeckel mit jeweils drei geprägten, identischen Porträts im Halbprofil gefüllt sind, die ihrerseits von einem kreisrunden Medaillon umfaßt werden. Die Wappen und die oben beschriebenen Felder bilden jeweils das Zentrum eines umlaufenden Rahmenwerkes, das aus Strichlinien und einem Band besteht, in denen die 'Tugenden' figürlich dargestellt werden. Unterhalb der Darstellungen befindet sich jeweils die den 'Tugenden' zugedachte Beschreibung: Spes / Fide(s)/ Cari(tas)/ Temp(erentia). Beide Deckel sind mit "G.K." - Georg Kammerberger - signiert. Die Kammerberger sind ein Buchbindergeschlecht, deren Tätigkeit in Wittenberg während eines großen Teils des XVI. und während des ganzen XVII. Jahrhunderts nachgewiesen werden kann (siehe Haebler a.a.O. und S. 223). - Deckel mit Flecken; berieben (besonders der Rücken); Ecken und Kanten bestoßen; vereinzelt kleine Wurmgänge. Titel und zahlreiche Seiten mit alten handschriftlichen Kommentierungen (teils auf Griechisch); Erste 260 Seiten zunehmend wasserrandig (Text kaum betroffen); gebräunt und fleckig; im Falz mit kleineren Wurmgängen. - Beigefügt: Herodot. Historien. Parallelausgabe Griechisch - Deutsch. Herausgegeben von Josef Feix. 2 Bände. München, Heimeran Verlag, 1980 (3.Aufl.). 760 S. (Buch I - V); S.756 (!) - 1442, 3 Blatt (Buch VI - IX und Anhang). Original-Leinenbände mit Rückenschild und Original Umschlägen. - Aus der Tusculum-Bücherei. - Zustand: Umschläge vereinzelt mit kleinen Einrissen und minimal berieben; gebräunt. Gebräunt.

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        Epistolae Latinae et Graecae. Epistolarum Latinarum Libri V. - Annotationibusque adiectis in singulas fere epistolas GRAECARUM Item Liber I. - BASILII item Magni Epistola de Vita in solitudine agenda, per Budaeum latina facta.

      Paris (Lutetiae), Apud Iod. Badium Ascensium, 1531.. Folio. Titelblatt mit Holzschnittbordüre und Druckersignet: Prelum Ascesianum, (8), CXLII, (26) gezählte Blätter. (zwei Indexseiten ausgebessert ohne Textverlust) Schöner Kalbslederband mit Rückenvergoldung auf sechs Bünden geheftet..

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        Officia, in German, translated by Johannes von Schwarzenberg and Johann Neuber

      Augsburg:: Heinrich Steiner,, 7 December 1531.. Augsburg: Heinrich Steiner, 7 December 1531. Folio Bound with: JUSTINUS, Marcus Junianus. Des hochberümptesten Geschicht schreybers Justini warhafftige Hystorien die er auss Trogo Pompeio gezoge[n]... Translated into German by Hieronymus Boner. Augsburg: H. Steiner, 19 August 1531.[And with:] HERODIANUS. Der Fürtrefflich Griechisch geschicht schreiber Herodianus. Trans. by H. Boner from Poliziano?s Latin version. Augsburg: H. Steiner, 19 August 1531. Three vols. in one, folio (303 x 203 mm). Cicero: [8], 91 ff. Title woodcut of Caesar surrounded by counselors with Cicero writing in the background, full-page portrait of Schwarzenberg purportedly after Dürer, 101 woodcut text illustrations printed from 97 blocks, several within woodcut borders or with border strips, several blocks with inset type. Justinus: [4], 119, [1 blank] ff. Large title woodcut of Ninus and Alexander, 49 woodcut illustrations printed from 36 blocks. Herodianus: [4], 74 ff. Title woodcut of Antoninus and Gordianus, one woodcut illustration. Gothic types. Woodcut historiated and ornamental initials and tailpieces throughout. Contemporary German blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, sides decorated with panels built up from two different foliate rolls and with rosette and IHS tools, spine with different leafy tools, 19th-century ms. paper title label, pair of brass clasps and catches, plain edges, no free endpapers, watermark on lower pastedown: crown with arch, resembling Piccard 51924 (Rottweil 1510), & 51929 (Schöntal, Kloster, 1513). Provenance: contemporary ink-lettered shelf-number "40" on fore-edges. Condition: fine, apart from the following minor defects: Justinus: title a trifle soiled, short tear in f. J2 (f. 50), marginal tear in F2 (f. 32), marginal paper flaw in M4 (f. 70), tear in gutter of final blank. Herodianus: slight dampspotting in lower margin of title, dampstaining in lower margins of last two quires (l and m). Cicero: occasional insignificant marginal dampstains. Stain to upper cover of binding. The slight dampstaining at the end of the Herodianus seems to have occurred when the book was still in sheets, as sheet m2.3 is unaffected, as is the Cicero.***THREE IMPORTANT ILLUSTRATED EDITIONS OF CLASSICAL TEXTS IN FIRST OR EARLY EDITIONS IN GERMAN. First Editions in German of Justinus? epitome of Pompeius Trogus? otherwise lost Roman history (Historicae Philippicae) and of Herodian?s "History of the Empire from the Death of Marcus" (from Angelo Poliziano?s Latin version, first ed. 1493), bound soon after publication with the third edition of the Schwarzenberg-Neuber translation of Cicero?s De Officiis, published the same year. Cicero?s late work On Duties, written as a letter to his son, treats fundamental ethical questions of the right way to live in an anecdotal style and contains much information on contemporary Roman politics and social customs. It became the most important non-Christian moral authority throughout the Middle Ages and was widely disseminated in manuscript and later in print. This was the second printed translation into German, following a different version printed in 1488. For his translation, the humanist Johann Freiherr zu Schwarzenberg und Hohenlandsberg (1463-1528), controller for the Bishops of Bamberg and later for the Margraves of Brandenburg, relied on help from his chaplain Johann Neuber. Heinrich Steiner?s illustrated edition, a bestseller which would be printed ten times in fourteen years, was a major undertaking fifteen years in the making. The woodblocks were cut a decade earlier. Originally commissioned ca. 1517 by the Augsburg printer Sigmund Grimm and his partner Marx Wirsung, a rich German merchant, for an edition of excerpts from Cicero (mainly from De Officiis and De Senectute, to be published with a short Vita Ciceronis), and for Petrarch?s De remediis, all but five of the blocks (which appeared in 1522 in Neuber?s translation of De senectute) remained unpublished by Grimm, although they were completed by the fall of 1521. In 1522 Wirsung died and Grimm declared bankruptcy (this history is alluded to by the printer in his foreword, dated August 1, 1530). Along with Grimm?s other printing materiel the precious woodblocks were acquired in 1527 by Steiner, although it would be another four years before he was able to publish any of the cuts, in the present works (the Petrarch did not appear until 1532), which marked the beginning of an ambitious publishing program of illustrated classics in translation. "The Burgkmaier [i.e., the "Petrarca-Meister"] woodblocks which Steiner acquired from the Grimm estate provided him with an inexhaustible trove of illustrations for the most diverse works" (Muther, p. 171, 1077, "Die von Burgkmaier 1520 dazu gelieferten Holzschnitte, die er aus dem Grimm'schen Nachlasse übernommen hatte, sind seitdem für ihn eine unerschöpfliche Fundgrube zur Illustration der verschiedenartigsten Werke geworden"). The artist's identity has long been debated. Formerly attributed to Hans Burgkmair and/or to the Strassburg botanical artist Hans Weiditz the younger, the cuts show the influence of Hans Baldung, Lucas Cranach, and Albrecht Dürer. One of the Cicero cuts is signed with the initials H.B. and another with both H.b.b. and H.W., and the portrait, after a lost drawing by Dürer, is signed with the monogram IB (Jörg Breu, Hans Burgkmair, Johannes Beiditz [Weiditz] - all have been suggested), but most are unsigned. In 1891 Woldemar von Seydlitz declared the Grimm/Steiner cuts the work of an unidentified engraver whom he dubbed the "Petrarca-Meister," the largest group of cuts having appeared in Steiner?s editions of Petrarch?s De remediis (Von der Artzney bayder Glück, 1532 and later editions, also known as the Trostbuch). The moniker was taken up anew in 1927 by Theodor Musper, who firmly rejected previous attributions to Burgkmair and Weiditz. Other experts, including William Ivins, have argued on stylistic grounds that the Petrarch Master was indeed Weiditz, whose name would have slipped through the cracks because of his habit of not signing his blocks. While the identity of the artist (who probably did not cut the blocks himself) may remain a matter of speculation, it is generally agreed that these illustrations were the key to the successes of Steiner?s major bestsellers, the Ciceros and the Petrarch (he published Grimm's projected excerpts from Cicero in 1534, reprinted in 1535). Some of the cuts are emblematic; many contain vignettes of contemporary Renaissance life, including a notary?s office, a conjurer, an armorer's shop, a scriptorium, a library, a painter?s studio, a domestic interior swarming with children (one with a toy push cart), a dancing bear, a phlebotomy, doctors consulting, drunken men fighting, a construction site, etc. Text and illustrations exactly follow Steiner?s two previous editions, of 16 February and 29 April 1531. The only change, made during the printing of the first edition (some copies of which have a pasted down cancellans) was to replace the original "genealogical tree" cut on M5v, which showed all of society from pope and emperor down resting on the backs of two peasants, with a more innocuous cut of a tree bearing four men and four women. The woodcuts in the Justinus are also from the Grimm stock and about half of the cuts appeared as well in Steiner's editions of Cicero and/or Petrarch. Of those found in the Justinus only, a few are less densely hatched and somewhat simpler in line; these are clearly not the work of the same artist or master engraver (only one such cut appears in the Cicero, on f. 50). While modern scholars may not agree with Dodgson's attributions his distinctions between the different hands were accurate: he assigned the title cut of Ninus & Alexander (and the Herodian title cut of Antoninus & Gordianus) to Jörg Breu I after Burgkmair, 18 cuts to Hans Weiditz, 10 to Jörg Breu II, and 5 to other unknown artists. The single text woodcut in the Herodianus appears also in the Justinus. Although traditionally catalogued separately, Steiner clearly issued the two works, which are invariably found together, as a pair, and they should properly be considered two parts of a single edition: there is no colophon at the end of the Justinus, the signatures and title woodcuts are complementary, and there is no imprint on the title of the Herodianus.Cicero: VD16 C 3240; Fairfax Murray 118 (Feb. 1531 edition); Worstbrock, Deutsche Antikerezeption 1450-1550, 140; Dodgson II:143/12; Muther 878 & 1077.Justinus: VD16 T 2069; Fairfax Murray 231; Worstbrock 242; Dodgson II:110/5, 143/14, 427/1; Muther 1079. Herodianus: VD16 H 2503; Fairfax Murray 197; Worstbrock 195; Dodgson II:425/12b; Muther 1078.On the Weiditz / Petrarca Meister woodcuts, cf. (among others) William Ivins, "Hans Weiditz: a Study in Personality," Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art 17 (1922):156-161; Theodor Musper, Die Holzschnitte des Petrarkameisters (1927); Geir & Jonata, editors, Augsburger Buchdruck und Verlagswesen (1997), pp. 235-238 and 1220.

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