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        Orationum. Volumen tertium.

      

      [Bookseller: Librairie Traits et Caracteres]
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        Astolfo Borioso.

      tutto riformato. Et per l'auttore nouamente aggiunto con somma diligentia ristampato, et historiato. M.D.XXXII. (In fine:) Stampato in Vinegia, per Gulielmo da Fontaneto di Monferra, MDXXXII a di quatro del mese de aprile 1532), - in-4, f. 60 n.n., legatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo ms. al dorso. Testo in carattere romano su due colonne con 5 ottave l'una. Titolo in rosso e nero con al di sotto grande legno (mm 141x112 ) raffigurante Astolfo vincitore sul gigante Malacalza. Al f. A2 recto in testa alla pagina legno oblungo con Carlomagno in trono tra uomini di legge e guerrieri (mm 70x111). Nel testo piccole vignette. Romanzo cavalleresco in 14 canti, dalla notevole fortuna editoriale, dedicato dal Guazzo al giovane Guidobaldo della Rovere, in cui è evidente la ripresa della materia del "Furioso". In questa edizione, prima ristampa della prima parte dopo la princeps del 1531, l'autore aggiunge sempre più espliciti riferimenti all'Ariosto (DBIt LX, p. 532). Marco Guazzo (1480-1556), fu storico, poeta, drammaturgo e uomo d'armi padovano. Rarissimo libretto censito in una sola Biblioteca pubblica italiana (A. Mai di Bergamo). Buon esemplare (tracce di polvere al titolo, macchia d'umido al f. B4). Manca a Gamba. Sander 3318. Essling II, 658. Melzi e Tosi, p. 170. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EXTRAICT OU RECUEIL DES ISLES NOUVELLEMENT TROUVEES EN LA GRAND MER OCEANE OU TEMPS DU ROY DESPAIGNE FERNAND & ELIZABETH SA FEMME, FAICT PREMIEREMENT EN LATIN PAR PIERRE MARTYR DE MILLAN, & DEPUIS TRANSLATE EN LANGUAIGE FRANCOYS...

      Paris: Simon de Colines, 1532. Small quarto. 18th-century calf, gilt, inner dentelles; rebacked to style, spine gilt with leather label. Bookplates on front pastedown. Some minor soiling. Scattered notations in Spanish in an early hand. Very good. In a cloth clamshell case, leather label. First French edition, and the first collection of voyages printed in the French language, collected by Peter Martyr, the first historian of the Americas. "Peter Martyr (1457-1526) was born near Lake Maggiore. He was a contemporary and friend of Christopher Columbus, Vasco da Gama, Hernan Cortes, Ferdinand Magellan, Sebastian Cabot, and Amerigo Vespucci. Through his friendship with these explorers, as well as from his official position as a member of the Council for the Indies in Spain, he was able to obtain authentic original documents and much valuable information about the discoveries made by the early navigators. His works were held in the highest esteem by his contemporaries and are indispensable as a primary source for the history of the Americas" - Hill. This edition consists of a slightly abridged translation of Peter Martyr's first three Decades (from DE ORBE NOVO, first published in 1516 in Alcala de Henares), and three "narrations," the first being a translation of the first edition (Basel 1521) of Martyr's fourth Decade; the second and third are abridged translations of the Second and Third Letters of Cortes, first published in 1524 at Nuremberg. Cortés' famed Second Letter, dated Oct. 30, 1520, provides a vivid account of the conquest of Mexico, describing the people he encountered and fought en route to the Aztec capital. He relates his conflict with his rival Velazquez and gives a wonderful description of the buildings, institutions, and court at Tenochtitlan. It is here that Cortés provides a definitive name for the country, calling it "New Spain of the Ocean Sea." This letter is also important for making reference to Cortés' "lost" first letter, supposedly composed at Vera Cruz on July 10, 1520. Whether that letter was actually lost or suppressed by the Council of the Indies is unknown, but there is little doubt it once existed. The text is the first major announcement to the world of the discovery of major civilizations in the New World, and as such is a work of surpassing importance. Martyr's work also touches on Cuba and the West Indies. In addition to numerous Spanish notations in an early hand, this copy bears the bookplates of Theodore Bauffremont-Courtenay, Prince Duke of Bauffremont (1793- 1852), Cavalry Colonel, supporter of the Duchesse de Barry and aide to the Duke de Bordeaux; and Prince Constantin Radziwill (1850-1920), founder of Monte Carlo and father of Leon Radziwill, Proust's friend and model for the character Robert de Saint-Loup. A rare work, seldom met with in commerce. Only two copies have appeared at auction in the last sixty years. The DuPont copy realized $48,400 in 1991. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/1. CHURCH 64. HARRISSE 167. BRUNET I, 293. HILL 533 (ref).

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        The workes of Geffrey Chaucer, newlie printed, with diuers addicions, whiche were neuer in print before: with the siege and destruccion of the worthy citee of Thebes, compiled by Ihon Lidgate, Monke of Berie...

      Early edition of the first comprehensive collection of Chaucer's works -- along with several spurious pieces. This is the fourth edition of the Workes, following the first of 1532, which included the first printed appearances of a number of Chaucer's verse and prose pieces, among them the Book of the Duchess and the Legend of Good Women. Editor William Thynne examined a number of manuscripts and printed versions in order to provide what he considered the most accurate renditions possible of the texts; his work helped to shape and direct the Renaissance perspective on Chaucer and his canon.That the text is printed in double columns of => black-letter -- this being late for that, except in realms of serious law or theology -- will have lent it an air of "auctorite" and, perhaps, of pleasantly suitable archaism for its original readers; the printer has also supplied => decorative woodcut initials in a variety of sizes, some historiated, some signed "I.R.," and one with a backwards "N," while the "Knight's Tale" opens with => a large woodcut of the armored knight, mounted and with jousting lance in hand. The Romaunt of the Rose is marked by a separate title-page with an elaborate border depicting the genealogy of Henry VIII using the tree motif. As the title-page and prologue are not present in this copy, it is difficult to ascertain which of the two variant states of this edition is represented here.

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        Handlung oder Acta gehaltner Disputatio und Gesprach zu Zoffingen inn Bernner Biet mit den Widertöuffern. Geschehen am ersten tag Julij. Im M.D. XXXII.

      

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        Die vier bücher von den guten Räthen und Ritterlichen anschlegen der guten hauptleut. Onexander von den Kriegßhandlungen und Räthen der hocherfarn guten hauptleut, sampt iren zugeordneten. Die lere so Keyser Maximilian in seiner ersten jugent gemacht, unnd durch eyn trefflichen erfarn man seiner Kriegßräth im zugestelt ist. Register am ende des buchs, alles innhalts in Frontino und Onexandro begriffen.

      Gedruckt zu Meyntz (Mainz) bei Ivo Schöffer 1532 - Gedruckt zu Meyntz (Mainz) bei Ivo Schöffer 1532. 4° (29,5 x 20 cm), Ohne Titelblatt (Blatt I, liegt als Kopie bei), Blätter 2-51 u. 1 nn. Bl., mit 31 teilweise aus 2 oder 3 Stöcken zusammengesetzten Textholzschnitten. Späterer marmorierter Pappband. Leicht gebräunt, untere Ränder teils fleckig, Fussschnitt am Falz teils feuchtigkeits- bzw. stockfleckig, 2 Blätter dort mit Einrissen, mehrere Ränder restauriert. Einband an Ecken und Kanten teils bestossen bzw. etwas berieben. VD 16 F 3139 - Goedeke II.320,10 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der "Strategemata" ("Strategematum libri quattuor") mit verwandten Texten: Onosander: Von den Kriegshandlungen und Räten der hocherfarn guten Hauptleute ("Strategicus") und einem Lehrgedicht über Kaiser Maximilian, mutmaßlich von Melchior Pfintzing - SW: Römisches Reich, Militär, Kriegsführung, Heiliges Römisches Reich, Kaiser Maximilian I. (1459-1519), Erziehung Leicht gebräunt, untere Ränder teils fleckig, Fussschnitt am Falz teils feuchtigkeits- bzw. stockfleckig, 2 Blätter dort mit Einrissen, mehrere Ränder restauriert. Einband an Ecken und Kanten teils bestossen bzw. etwas berieben. Späterer marmorierter Pappband. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De dignitate & excellentia hominis libri IIII.

      Basel Cratander 1532 - First. ed. 8vo. 17th c vellum. For condition report and image see our catalogue 14, no. 12. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        [The workes of Geffrey Chaucer, newlie printed,

      

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        Handlung oder Acta gehaltner Disputatio und Gesprach zu Zoffingen inn Bernner Biet mit den Widertöuffern. Geschehen am ersten tag Julij. Im M.D. XXXII.

      Christoffel Froschouer, Zürich 1532 - Small 8vo. ff. 154. Title page with large woodcut printer’s device. Colophon on leaf 154 reads: "Gedruckt zu Zürich by Christoffel Froschouer / Anno M.D.XXXII." Bound in 18th century style full mottled calf with gilt spine. Head and tail caps are professionally restored; the outer hinges are neatly strengthened. Binding shows some rubbing and wear. The remnants of an old armorial bookplate (defaced) is attached to the inside front cover. The front fly leaf displays a handwritten name/date - "J.T. de Watteville, 1724." (de Watteville is an old Swiss family name). A bibliographical note in a more modern hand is located on the second fly-leaf (verso). Interior pages contain some damp-staining. Occasional marginalia is present in an early hand– i.e. a name is written in the bottom margin of the title page; the "Articles of Disputation" (listed verso of title page) are hand numbered in the margin, (with ink showing through to the outer margin of the front title); several brief notations are present in the text margins; an occasional sentence is underlined. Minor paper repairs are present. The blank verso of page 154 is pasted to the end leaf. This is a report on an important debate held in Zofingen (July 1532) between the Anabaptist Swiss Brethren and the ministers of the Swiss Reformed Church. Editorship is attributed to Heinrich Bullinger, a disciple of Huldrych Zwingli. 11 articles of disputation were discussed including the nature of the true church, the payment of tithes and taxes, the swearing of oaths, the calling of preachers by the state, baptism etc. Anabaptists were harshly persecuted in Switzerland and elsewhere for their radical reformist views which included the rejection of infant baptism, the refusal to bear arms, refusal to swear oaths, opposition to the death penalty, and the belief that true Christians should separate into autonomous communities. Scarce. [VD16 - H 501; USTC 661544; BM STC German, p. 28 ]. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        NOVVS ORBIS REGIONVM AC INSVLARVM VETERIBVS INCOGNITARVM...

      Basel, 1532. Folio. Full calf in period style, stamped in gilt. Slight worming to first hundred leaves, mostly affecting margins. Contemporary annotations throughout volume. A very good copy. First edition of one of the most important collections of New World material issued up to the time. Grynaeus is often given credit for this volume, somewhat unfairly, since the majority of the work was compiled by John Huttich. The work describes the voyages of Columbus and Vespucci, and prints various accounts of Portuguese discoveries in Brazil and the East, accounts of Marco Polo, and much of the material gathered by Peter Martyr. There are extensive accounts of almost all of the European voyages to the larger world. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/17. SABIN 34100. HARRISSE 171. JCB (3)I:104. STREIT I:28. MEDINA (BHA) 46n.

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        Descriptio Terrae Sanctae exactissima, libellus divinarum scripturarum studiosis, multo utilissimus. Including : MARTYR D'ANGHIERA, Peter. De Novis Insulis nuper repertis, & de moribus incolarum earundem, res lectu digna. Antwerp, Joannes Steels, 1536. Small 8vo (14 x 9.5 cm). With 2 fine woodcut initials and full-page woodcut publisher's device at the end. Modern blind-stamped calf.

      Alden & Landis 536/3; Medina, BHA 100; Nijhoff & Kronenberg 500; Sabin 8150; USTC 403941. First edition in this form of Burchardus's account of his travels in the Holy Land, with an early description of the New World by Peter Martyr. Burchardus (Brochard, or Burckhard), a German Dominican, travelled extensively in the Holy Land around 1283. His famous narrative manifests a spirit of research and comparison and a rare sense of understanding. His geographical descriptions are very exact and based on his own observations. The present edition was adapted from the 1532 edition of Grynaeus's Novus Orbis.Peter Martyr d'Anghiera (or Petrus Martyr Anglerius, 1455-1526) was a prolific Italian geographer and historian. Among his many works this history of the discoveries of the New World ranks high. It describes the discovery of Cuba and other islands, and like Buchardus's work it was included in Grynaeus's Novis Orbis. The last page apparently exists in two states: some copies have the name of the printer, Johannes Grapheus, printed below the device of Steels. Very good copy.

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        NOVVS ORBIS REGIONVM AC INSVLARVM VETERIBVS INCOGNITARVM

      Basel. 1532.. [48],584 [i.e., 586],[2]pp. Lacks the map. Folio. Full calf in period style, stamped in gilt. Slight worming to first hundred leaves, mostly affecting margins. Contemporary annotations throughout volume. A very good copy. First edition of one of the most important collections of New World material issued up to the time. Grynaeus is often given credit for this volume, somewhat unfairly, since the majority of the work was compiled by John Huttich. The work describes the voyages of Columbus and Vespucci, and prints various accounts of Portuguese discoveries in Brazil and the East, accounts of Marco Polo, and much of the material gathered by Peter Martyr. There are extensive accounts of almost all of the European voyages to the larger world. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 532/17. SABIN 34100. HARRISSE 171. JCB (3)I:104. STREIT I:28. MEDINA (BHA) 46n.

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        Theses seu communes loci, totius rei medicae. Item. De usu pharmacorum, deque artificio suppressam alvum ciendi, liber. [Edited by Johannes Munterus].

      Strasbourg, Gregorius Ulricher, 1532 - Small 8vo (156 x 102 mm), ff [10] 232, with woodcut printer's device on title and on verso of last leaf; the early leaves waterstained at upper outer corners, minor marginal flaws to first and last leaf (without loss), otherwise a good copy in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin, a little warped, ownership inscriptions on both paste-downs of Georgius Paulinus Holucha, dated 1616, several inked out early inscriptions on title. £3750First edition of one of Brunfels' scarcer works, a treatise on the pharmacological approach to a wide variety of diseases. Included with it are Alessandro Benedetti's Sententiae medicinales (ff 118-37) and tracts by Arnoldus de Villanova (ff 138-182) . The book is an ordered digest of the aphorisms and maxims of the best authors (to paraphrase Brunfels), including Hippocrates, Soranus of Ephesus, Celsus, Rhazes, and Serapion.Brunfels entered the Carthusian monastery in Strasbourg after graduating MA in 1508: in 1521 he left the monastery and the Catholic faith. He opened a school in Strasbourg in 1524 and 'soon demonstrated his interest in medicine by editing and translating various older medical texts and by writing one of the earliest medical bibliographies, the Catalogus, (1530)' (DSB). His famous Herbarum vivae eicones appeared in 1530 and 1532: in the latter year he graduated MD at Basle. Brunfels' 'nonbotanical work was principally in medicine and pharmacology . [He was] industrious in compiling practical texts designed for the use of physicians and apothecaries, which contained prescriptions and related pharmacological matter and were usually well indexed for ready reference' (ibid).Index Aureliensis, Neu and Ritter call for only 8 preliminary unnumbered leavesAdams B 2931; Durling First Supplement 29; Heirs of Hippocrates 193; IA 125.654; Neu 752; Ritter 293; Wellcome 1105; NUC: DNLM NNNAM CtY WU; OCLC: NLM, New York Academy of Medicine, Yale, Wisconsin, UCLA, and Dartmouth College

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        De Insulis Nuper Inventis Ferdinandi Cortesii ad Carolum V ... Narrationes, cum alio quodam Petri Martyris ad Clementem VII ... libello. His accesserunt Epistolae duae de felicissimo apud Indos Evangelii incremento ... Item Epitome de inventis nuper Indiae populis idololatris ad fidem Christi ... convertendis, Autore R.P.F. Nicolao Herborn ..

      Cologne: ex officina Melchioris Novesiani, impensis Arnoldi Birckman, 1532. Small folio, signed in 4s and 6s. (10 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches). [82] ff. Text in latin. Woodcut title-portrait of Charles V within a woodcut border of escutcheons of Spanish provinces and towns, the portrait repeated within decorative border-pieces on A1 and F1, large ornamental woodcut initials and border-pieces in text, woodcut printer's device at end. Later half calf and paper boards, gilt leather labels. Housed in a black morocco backed box. Provenance: Duke of Devonshire (bookplate on the front pastedown) A crucial edition, with many important materials published for the first time. Second Latin edition of the second and third letters of Cortés to Emperor Charles V and the first to contain missionary reports from Yucatan and Mexico. Cortés gave his personal account of the conquest of Mexico in a series of five letters, or Cartas de Relación , which he addressed to Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor. The famed first letter was lost, making the second letter the earliest account by Cortés himself, describing the events in Mexico after his departure from Vera Cruz. The third letter continues the narrative, describing Mexican events from October 1520 to May 1522. The present work includes the second editions in Latin of the second and third letters (translated by Petrus Savorgbabus), as well as Peter Martyr's De Insulia (a condensed version of the lost first Cortés letter); a letter from Mexico by Martin de Valencia, dated June 12, 1531, which is the first printed report from the Yucatan; a letter from Bishop Zumarraga giving an account of the Franciscan schools in Mexico, their teachers, and the Indian converts; and a letter from Nicholaus Herborn dated 1532. These last three sections appear here in this edition for the first time. A rare edition, with only three other copies appearing in the auction records over the last thirty-five years. This copy from the library of Spencer Compton, the eighth Duke of Devonshire, with the Chatsworth bookplate. Church 63; Harisse 168; H.V.Jones 21; Sabin 16949; Medina I, 86; Palau 63192; JCB I, 103-104; Balle 15.

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        Lexicon Graeco-Latinum

      Basel: Andreas Cratander, March 1532. Hardcover. Very Good. Thick folio (330 x 210mm). 200pp. Double column of Greek and Roman Woodcut printer?'s device of Andreas Cratander (Minerva armed with scimitar) to title and final verso. Full period German pigskin, stamped in blind, lacking clasps; some worming at ends, outer wear and rubbing. Early ownership inscription to upper margin of title. 1532 edition of Budé?'s Greek-Latin Lexicon. First published in 1530 and reprinted several times, in Basel in 1532 and 1537 and in Geneva in 1554 and 1562. Calvin was probably familiar with this dictionary as it was reprinted four times in his lifetime and was published one year after the collection of Budé?'s lexicographical notes, used by him in his Seneca commentary. Guillaume Budé was a French scholar who brought about a revival of classical studies in France perhaps best known for his commentary on the Greek language, first printed in 1529. Budé?'s Graeco-Latin lexicon was prepared jointly by Guillaume du Maine and Jean Cheradame: Haves tandem graecarum literarum admirator, lexicon graecum (You have at last, lover of Greek literature, a Greek lexicon). The effusive title page goes on to claim that the lexicon is ?"much fuller than all the other [lexicons] printed previously in Italy, France or Germany: inasmuch as [it contains] mire than 3,000 additions made to the lexicon published in Basel in 1522 by Curio, enlarged by more than 5,000 recent additions selected from the most authoritative edition, Guillaume du Maine and Jean Cheradame have jointly sweated very much on your behalf.?" The prefaces by the two compilers convey important details of its genesis. Du Maine was known to have said, ?"I would have enlarged [the lexicon] even more if I had been able to be in Paris...?" wanting to add compiled notes from Budé?'s teaching. Du Maine also explains that the compilers have used a symbol to designate their own additions (an omega). The compilers wanted to present the material in order to accommodate beginners of Greek. In spite of all their efforts, Bude?'s lexicon remained an enlarged version of the lexicon originally compiled by Crastone Thick volume with an immense amount of historical and lexicographical value. Adams D148.

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        Spiegel der artzney, vor zeyten zu nutz unnd trost den Leyen gemacht durch Laurentium Friesen, . yetzund durch den selbigen Laurentium / widerumb gebessert vnnd in seinen ersten glantz gestelet. Hiermit sollen widerriefft / und falsch declariert sein alle exemplar dis buchs so vor disem truck ausgegangen seind.

      Balthasar Beck),, (Strassburg, 1532 - (Strassburg, Balthasar Beck), 1532. Kl.-folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 142 Bl. (A6-Z6, a4, b6). Mit einem Holzschnitt-Titel von Hans Weiditz. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rollstempelverzierung und 2 (ausgerissenen) Metallschliessen über Holzdeckeln. VD 16 F-2875. - Durling 1665. - Ferchl 165. - Ritter II, 896. - BMC German Books, 321. - Wellcome I, 2420 (für Ausgabe Strassburg 1519). - Variante der fünften Ausgabe ohne die Nennung des Herausgebers auf dem Titel (s. Benzing: Bibliographie der Schriften des Colmarer Arztes Lorenz Fries. In: Philobiblion Jg. VI, Heft 2). Von Otto Brunfels herausgegeben, durchgesehen und korrigiert. Fries Spiegel ist eines der bedeutensten Werke in der medizinischen Volksliteratur. Es gibt nicht nur Hinweise zur Behandlung der Krankheiten und der Pflege der Wunden sondern ist im ersten Teil eine Gesundheitslehre mit Hinweisen zur richtigen Ernährung und gesunder Lebensweise. Mit Kapiteln über die Verwendung der Speisen: Wein, Bier, Gewürzen, Gemüse, Fisch und Käse. Lorenz Fries stammte aus Strassburg, war Stadtarzt in Metz, hat aber auch in Deutschland gearbeitet. Über seine näheren Lebensdaten ist wenig bekannt. Er war ein Verteidiger der arabischen Medizin, die mit ihren Vertretern zum Teil auch auf dem schönen Titelholzschnitt von Hans Weiditz abgebildet sind, das die Portäts von 20 berühmten Naturforschern wiedergibt. - Mit Exlibris und Besitzvermerk "Alfred Osborne" auf dem Vorsatz. - Vereinzelte Randannotationen und wenige Textunterstreichungen. Die letzten Seiten am äussersten Rand angerändert. Zu Beginn fingerfleckig. Einbandrücken im 19. Jahrhundert mit Pergament und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild restauriert. Ecken bestossen. Vorsätze erneuert. - Trotz der Restauration hervorragend erhaltenes Volksbuch. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rollstempelverzierung und 2 (ausgerissenen) Metallschliessen über Holzdeckeln. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Cornucopiae sive linguae latinae commentarii locupletissimi tanta ad veterum scriptorum, codicumque fidem, diligentia recogniti: unde deprompti sunt, tantaque solertia, diversitate characterum, & luce distincti, ut nulla superiorum æditionum, cum hac iure certare queat. Cætera quæ hoc volumine complectuntur, sequens indicabit pagina

      Basel: Valen. Curio, 1532 Folio, (140), 1-1400 in double-columns (i.e. 700pp.), (24)pp. Title within elaborate woodcut historiated border, printer?s device at end. Old calf, modern rebacking, a sound clean copy. A well printed and edited version of this well known and very popular compilation, first printed in 1489 and thereafter 11 times before 1501. Curio printed an edition in 1526, followed by this printing in 1532. Perotti (1429-1480) was author of several ?bestsellers? of the 15th century; this title was amongst his most popular. ?A book on Martial, Cornu Copiae - part commentary, part dictionary - which was completed by Perotti in 1478 and printed after his death, in 1489, was another bestseller. One commentator calls it "a massive encyclopedia of the classical world. Every verse, indeed every word of Martial's text was a hook on which Perotti hung a densely woven tissue of linguistic, historical and cultural knowledge". It was dedicated to the condottiere Federico III da Montefeltro.? (see the note in Wikipedia).

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        IL PETRARCHA CON L'ESPOSITIONE D'ALESSANDRO VELLUTELLO E CON PIU UTILI COSE IN DIVERSI LUOGHI DI QUELLA NOVISSIMAMENTE DA LUI AGGIUNTE

      Vinegia, per Maestro Bernardino de Vidali, 1532. In-16 p. (mm. 156x95), p. pelle rossa mod., ricche cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, filetti dorati ai risg., tagli dorati, 10 cc.nn., 176 cc.num., 49 cc.nn., 1 c.b., con veduta prospettica della Valchiusa (a doppia pag.), silografata nel t. Dedicato da Vellutello a Jacopo d'Oria. Questa pregevole edizione contiene: "Vita e costumi del poeta - Origine di Madonna Laura con la descrittione di Valclusa e del luogo ove il poeta a principio di lei s'innamorò - Divisione de sonetti e de le canzoni del Petrarca in tre parti - Alessandro Vellutello sopra i Triomphi del Petrarcha". Al colophon: "Qui finiscono le volgari opere del Petrarcha, cioè i Son. le Canz. & i Triomphi: Stampate in Vinegia per Maestro Bernardino de Vidali Venetiano del mese di Novembre L'anno del Signore Mille cinquecento trentadue". Cfr. Brunet,IV,548: "Troisième édition, et l'une des meilleures de ce commentaire estimé" - Marsand, p. 41: "Ristampa della prima edizione dei fratelli da Sabbio, 1525, eseguita con molta accuratezza" - Sander,5631 per l'ediz. del 1528 - Adams,II,800. Elegante edizione, molto ben conservata.

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        Gerichts Ordenug / ANtzeigung vnd Inlei / tung Gerichtlicher Ordenung / zu voln / fürug der sachen inn Recht / Den Für / sprechen / inn den vandern oder Nydern / Gerichten/ zu Einer Anweisung / Auch wie der Cleger / der Beclagt/ vnnd Ander Gerichts Person/zu Clagen vnnd Antworten / sich schicken /halten/ vn handeln sole : Auß bey den Gesatzen .,

      Oppenheim, (Jakob Koebel), 1532 ( Kollphon : Volnendet vnd Getrückt zu Oppenheym / nach Christus vn /sers Seligkmackers gepurt, M.CCCC.XXIII). - LXVII, 1 nn. Bl., mit Titelholzschnitt (Verhandlung vor Gericht) und ganzseitigen Holzschnitt ( Jheremie XXII.), sowie Initialen im Text. Buch wurde vom Vorbesitzer neu gebunden, unter Verwendung einer mittelalterlichen Pergament-Handschrift , rot und blau rubriziert, 7 Initialen mit Federwerk verziert. (14tes/15tes Jahrhundert). Ohne fliegende Vorsätze. Rückdeckel stärker beschabt. Durchgehend schwacher Feuchtigkeitsrand (außerhalb des Textes), durchgehend kleiner brauner Fleck (außerhalb des Textes). Insgesamt guter Erhaltungzustand. Sehr seltene Postinkunabel. Benzing 87 , Weller 2457, Muther 1775, Roth 40 Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 200 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gerichts Ordenug / ANtzeigung vnd Inlei / tung Gerichtlicher Ordenung / zu voln / fürug der sachen inn Recht / Den Für / sprechen / inn den vandern oder Nydern / Gerichten/ zu Einer Anweisung / Auch wie der Cleger / der Beclagt/ vnnd Ander Gerichts Person/zu Clagen vnnd Antworten / sich schicken /halten/ vn handeln sole : Auß bey den Gesatzen ...

      Oppenheim, (Jakob Koebel), 1532 ( Kollphon : Volnendet vnd Getrückt zu Oppenheym / nach Christus vn /sers Seligkmackers gepurt, M.CCCC.XXIII).. LXVII, 1 nn. Bl., mit Titelholzschnitt (Verhandlung vor Gericht) und ganzseitigen Holzschnitt ( Jheremie XXII.), sowie Initialen im Text. Pergament, ca. 14,3 x 19,7 cm.. Buch wurde vom Vorbesitzer neu gebunden, unter Verwendung einer mittelalterlichen Pergament-Handschrift , rot und blau rubriziert, 7 Initialen mit Federwerk verziert. (14tes/15tes Jahrhundert). Ohne fliegende Vorsätze. Rückdeckel stärker beschabt. Durchgehend schwacher Feuchtigkeitsrand (außerhalb des Textes), durchgehend kleiner brauner Fleck (außerhalb des Textes). Insgesamt guter Erhaltungzustand. Sehr seltene Postinkunabel. Benzing 87 , Weller 2457, Muther 1775, Roth 40

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        De arithmetica, musica, geometria: & Proclus de sphaera, Elia Vineto Santone interprete. -

      In - 8 picc. (15,5 x 11 cm). Cartonatura rustica moderna. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio e una più grande in fine; diversi diagrammi e alcune illustrazioni inc. in legno n.t. 77 (recte 75), (1) ff., A - I8, K4; margine superiore un po' corto; lieve e uniforme ossidazione della carta; antica firma a penna nel margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio. La prima edizione della versione latina del Vineto di questo trattato a metà tra il filosofico e l'ermetico in cui Psellus, una delle figure più brillanti della storia bizantina, esamina la relazione tra aritmetica, geometria, musica e astronomia (edizione originale in greco: Venezia 1532). L?opera, ispirata dagli scritti di Marziano Capella e dalle teorie del tardo neoplatonismo, ebbe a suo tempo molto successo, dovuto certamente allo studio dei rapporti mistici ed ermetici tra i numeri. Adams P - 2205. Roller & G. II, 331. Eitner VIII, 78. Fétis VII, 134. DSB, XI, p. 182 - 6. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, 170: «Psellus was one of the last of the Greek writers on arithmetic. The treatise covers the mediaeval Quadrivium - arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy - and is the only late Greek work on arithmetic that attracted attention in the Renaissance period. The arithmetic is merely a primer for the study of Nicomachus.» A scarce translation of this partly philosophical, partly hermetical treatise on the relations between arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy, written by one of the most brilliant figures in Byzantine history. Printer?s device on title and at end, various diagrams and some text woodcuts. Old name on lower blank margin of title, upper margin a little short, and some mild uniform toning of the paper. Recent boards.

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        Opere toscane al christianiss. Re Francesco Primo

      2 voll. in 8° legati in uno, c.nn. 8, p. 432,b; p. 295(9, ultime due bianche). Bellissima impresa dei Giunti al verso della penultima carta. La prima edizione apparve a Lione (1532-3). Eccellente esemplare con ampi margini. Legatura coeva in pergamena con unghie e titoli calligrafici al dorso. Piccole mancanze ai bordi. (Gamba, 15).

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        De Re Militari Vegetius Military Soldier Tactics + Frontinus & Tacticus

      Coloniae : Cervicor., 1532. - 1532 De Re Militari Vegetius Military Soldier Tactics + Frontinus & Tacticus Supreme Military Guide in Middle Ages! / comp@$2k De Re Militari (Latin “Concerning Military Matters”), also Epitoma Rei Militaris, is a treatise by the late Latin writer Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus about Roman warfare and military principles as a presentation of methods and practices in use during the height of Rome’s power, and responsible for that power. The extant text dates to the 5th century. Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus, commonly referred to simply as Vegetius, was a writer of the Later Roman Empire (late 4th century). Nothing is known of his life or station beyond what he tells us in his two surviving works: Epitoma rei militaris (also referred to as De Re Militari), and the lesser-known Digesta Artis Mulomedicinae, a guide to veterinary medicine. We find 16th-century examples of this same book for sale elsewhere for $2,000! Main author: Flavius Vegetius Renatus ; Flavius Renatus Vegetius, Finanzfachmann Militartheoretiker Italien; Sextus Julius Frontinus, Beamter Politiker Verfasser von technischen Schriften; Aelianus Tacticus, Militartheoretiker Romisches Reich; Modestus, Militartheoretiker Romisches Reich Title: Flavii Vegetii Renati viri illustris De re militari. Sexti Iulii Frontini viri consularis de strategematis. Aeliani De instruendis aciebus. Modesti De vocabulis rei militaris. Published: Coloniae : Cervicor., 1532. Language: Latin Notes on contents: Emphasis on training soldiers Disciplining soldiers Military strategy FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 302 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Coloniae : Cervicor., 1532. Size: ~6.25in X 4in (15.5cm x 10cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Demosthenous Logoi duo kai hexekonta... Habes lector Demosthenis Graecorum oratorum omnium facile principis orationes duas et sexaginta, et in easdem Vulpiani Commentarios quantum extat: Libanii Argumenta... Tum collectas a studioso quodam ex Des. Erasmi Rot. Guilhelmi Budaei

      Basel: J. Herwagen, Sept. 1532. Folio, [12] ff., 532, 208 pp., [28] ff. Text in Greek. 17th-century English sheep, blind ruled, ?B.C.R.? stamped in gilt on the upper cover, gilt decorated backstrip. Skillfully rebacked, preserving original backstrip. Red-stained edges. Woodcut printer?s device on title page and repeated on verso of final leaf. Old signature crossed out on title, with the signature ?Lumley? beneath (see note). Title a bit stained and soiled, final 5 leaves with small burn hole in margin and a small part of one margin torn away. First edition of this version edited by Erasmus and Budaeus. provenance: John Baron Lumley: ?BCR? (owner unknown but probably after Lumley): J.P. R. Lyell. Sold at Christie?s 2004 (£2151) to Jonathan Hill: private collector CA. A distinguished copy of an important book; Lumley was a great Elizabethan collector and patron who owned one of the largest libraries of his day, some 3000 books housed at Nonesuch (see DNB). Lyell was the collector and scholar who founded the Lyell lectures which continue to this day. Adams D-261; BLSTC German, p.238; Dibdin I, 476; Hoffman I, 508. See (1956)also the BM catalogue of the Lumley collection #1709: ?privately owned?.

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        Die vier bücher von den guten Räthen und Ritterlichen anschlegen der guten hauptleut. Onexander von den Kriegßhandlungen und Räthen der hocherfarn guten hauptleut, sampt iren zugeordneten. Die lere so Keyser Maximilian in seiner ersten jugent gemacht, unnd durch eyn trefflichen erfarn man seiner Kriegßräth im zugestelt ist. Register am ende des buchs, alles innhalts in Frontino und Onexandro begriffen.

      Gedruckt zu Meyntz (Mainz) bei Ivo Schöffer 1532.. 4° (29,5 x 20 cm),. Ohne Titelblatt (Blatt I, liegt als Kopie bei), Blätter 2-51 u. 1 nn. Bl., mit 31 teilweise aus 2 oder 3 Stöcken zusammengesetzten Textholzschnitten. Späterer marmorierter Pappband. Leicht gebräunt, untere Ränder teils fleckig, Fussschnitt am Falz teils feuchtigkeits- bzw. stockfleckig, 2 Blätter dort mit Einrissen, mehrere Ränder restauriert. Einband an Ecken und Kanten teils bestossen bzw. etwas berieben.. VD 16 F 3139 - Goedeke II.320,10 - Erste deutsche Ausgabe der "Strategemata" ("Strategematum libri quattuor") mit verwandten Texten: Onosander: Von den Kriegshandlungen und Räten der hocherfarn guten Hauptleute ("Strategicus") und einem Lehrgedicht über Kaiser Maximilian, mutmaßlich von Melchior Pfintzing - SW: Römisches Reich, Militär, Kriegsführung, Heiliges Römisches Reich, Kaiser Maximilian I. (1459-1519), Erziehung

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        Opera omnia. Tralatione Marsilii Ficini, Emendatione et ad Graecum Codicem Collatione Simonis Grynaei nunc recens summa diligentia repurgata

      In Officina Frobeniana 1532 In folio, c.nn. 6, p. 959(1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e al colophon. Capilettera e alcune incisioni xilografiche n.t. (figure geometriche). Sesta edizione nella traduzione di Marsilio Ficino, la prima con le revisioni del teologo protestante Simon Grynaeus. Aloni all'angolo superiore esterno delle prime 100 pagine. Minime mende al frontespizio e all'ultima carta. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle. Fregi al dorso. Mancano i risguardi.(Adams, P 1445; Graesse, V 320

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        Sefer ha-dikduk]. Grammatica heb. Eliae Levitae Germani co[m]modiori interpretatione quam antea per Sebast. Munsteru[m] versa, ut etiam incipie[n]tibus facile usui esse possit. Item Institutio elementaria in eandem linguam ex Eliae varijs libellis concinnata.

      Basel, Hieronymus Froben d. Ä. [und Nikolaus Episcopius d. Ä.], Mai 1532. - (96), 269, (3) SS. Mit mehreren hübschen Holzschnittinitialen. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. / Kimhi, Moses. Grammatica Rabbi Mosche Kimhi, iuxta Hebraismum per Sebastianum Munsterum versa, & iam denuo per eundem accuratius cum Hebraismo collata. Additum est & utilissimum in eandem Eliae Levitae commentarium [.]. Basel, (Heinrich Petri, März) 1536. 130, (68) SS. Mod. blindgepr. Lederband auf 3 erhabenen Bünden unter Verwendung des originalen Rückenschildchens des 17. Jhs. Hübscher Sammelband mit zwei von Sebastian Münster in seiner Basler Zeit herausgegebenen hebraistischen grammatischen Schriften. "Merkmal der hebraistischen Arbeiten Münsters ist das humanistische Prinzip 'ad fontes': er bevorzugt daher die jüdischen Grammatiker, insbesondere die Brüder Moses Kimhi (gest. 1190) und David Kimhi (1160-1235) und Elia Levita (1469-1549), da den Juden die hebräische Sprache eine Art Muttersprache ist" (Burmeister, S. 11). - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt kl. Randläsuren bzw. Wurmspuren (hinterlegt); Bl. A4 der Vorbindung mit Eckabriss (restauriert; geringer Textverlust). Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk einer Zisterzienserbibliothek nebst Hinweis, zwar stehe der Autor, nicht jedoch diese Grammatik im Index der verbotenen Bücher. VD 16, ZV 4972. Burmeister 149. Prijs 36a. Panzer VI, 286, Nr. 857. Steinschneider 4960.8 und 6591.2. Hantzsch 254.8. Fürst II, 239 (falsch: "1553"). OCLC 249788270. - II: VD 16, M 6416. Burmeister 161. Hantzsch 250.II.3. Adams K 59 (incpl.). Panzer IX, 409, Nr. 1083b. Fürst II, 188. Steinschneider (Bodl.) 1842.8; (Handb.) 1379. OCLC 444948170. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gerichts Ordenug / ANtzeigung vnd Inlei / tung Gerichtlicher Ordenung / zu voln / fürug der sachen inn Recht / Den Für / sprechen / inn den vandern oder Nydern / Gerichten/ zu Einer Anweisung / Auch wie der Cleger / der Beclagt/ vnnd Ander Gerichts Person/zu Clagen vnnd Antworten / sich schicken /halten/ vn handeln sole : Auß bey den Gesatzen ...

      Oppenheim, (Jakob Koebel), 1532 ( Kollphon : Volnendet vnd Getrückt zu Oppenheym / nach Christus vn /sers Seligkmackers gepurt, M.CCCC.XXIII).. LXVII, 1 nn. Bl., mit Titelholzschnitt (Verhandlung vor Gericht) und ganzseitigen Holzschnitt ( Jheremie XXII.), sowie Initialen im Text. Pappband in einer alten Handschrift gebunden, ca. 14,3 x 19,7 cm.. Buch wurde vom Vorbesitzer neu gebunden, unter Verwendung einer mittelalterlichen Pergament-Handschrift , rot und blau rubriziert, 7 Initialen mit Federwerk verziert. (14tes/15tes Jahrhundert). Ohne fliegende Vorsätze. Rückdeckel stärker beschabt. Durchgehend schwacher Feuchtigkeitsrand (außerhalb des Textes), durchgehend kleiner brauner Fleck (außerhalb des Textes). Insgesamt guter Erhaltungzustand. Sehr seltene Postinkunabel. Benzing 87 , Weller 2457, Muther 1775, Roth 40

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        TUTTI LI LIBRI D’ORLANDO INAMORATO DEL CONTE DE SCANDIANO Al vero senso ridotti et ultimamente stampati..

      Venetia, per Aurelio Pincio, 1532. In-16 p. (mm. 152x98), p. pelle settecentesca, dorso a cordoni (restaurato) con tit. oro su tassello, 416 cc.nn., compreso il frontespizio silografato racchiuso in cornice architettonica figurata (manca ultima c.b.). Il verso dell?'ultima carta porta ?"Il fine de tutti li Libri de Orlando Inamorato stampati in Venetia per Aurelio Pincio Venetian, nel Anno MDXXXII il Mese di Settembre?". Testo in caratteri tondi, a due colonne, con 6 pregevoli grandi vignette silografiche poste all?'inizio di ogni libro. ?"Poema cavalleresco di Matteo Maria Boiardo (1441-1494), interrotto per la morte dell?'autore, che doveva comprendere un centinaio di canti raggruppati in tre parti; nella sua forma attuale consta di 69 canti, dei quali 29 assegnati al Libro primo del poema, 31 al secondo, e 9 al terzo. La prima ediz. (Venezia, 1486) contiene solo i primi libri; la seconda (Scandiano, s.d., ma 1495) ne aggiunge un altro; la terza, (Venezia, 1506) dà il poema completo?". Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,V, p. 312. Cfr. Sander,I, p. 199: ?"6 bois, copies des bois de l?'édit. mars-février 1525?" - ?"Bibliografia dei Romanzi e poemi cavallereschi..?", pp. 49-50: ?"Edizione, finora ignota ai bibliografi.. Seguono quindi senza distinzione, come fossero dello stesso autore, i tre libri aggiunti al Bojardo coll?'intestazione di libri IV, V e VI. I libri IV e V sono i medesimi del (veneziano Nicolò degli) Agostini che leggonsi già impressi nelle anteriori edizioni, non così il VI.. ?" Brunet,I,1048: ?"Cette édition, peu connue, contient six livres: mais le VI livre n?'est pas celui de l?'Agostini, qui n?'à que sept chants; c?'est un autre ouvrage en seize chants.. qui a pour titre: "Il sesto libro delo inamoramento di Orlando, dove si narra del figliol di Rugiero & Bradamante".. Il a été imprimé plusieurs fois séparément?" - Essling,1537. Corto soprattutto del marg. sup., restauro al frontesp., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        STATUTA CIVILIA ET CRIMINALIA CIVITTATIS ET COMITATUS VIGLEVANI

      Mediolani, Gotardus Ponticus, 1532. In-8 gr. (mm. 265 x 180), p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, tagli rossi, bel frontespizio figurato con 4 stemmi della città in silografia, 10 cc.nn., LXXXXI cc.num., ornato da grandi iniziali inc. su legno. Al recto della c. LXXXV: ?"Mediolani Typis escussit Gotardus Ponticus Inpensis Magnificae Comunitatis Viglevani Illustrissimo et Excellentissimo Francisco Secundo Sfortia Mediolani Duce Dominante. Anno a restituta Salute. M.D.XXXII. Die. XXX. Octobris?". In questa ediz. le cc. LXXXVII-LXXXXI e le 10 cc. nn. precedono le cc. I-LXXXV. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Fontana,III, p. 354. Tracce d?'uso con ex libris ms. al frontesp.; antiche scritte a penna in fine, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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        OPERA OMNIA TRALATIONE MARSILII FICINI Emendatione et ad Graecum Codicem collatione Simonis Grynaei Nunc recens summa diligentia repurgata.

      Basileae, in Officina Frobeniana, 1532. In-4 (mm. 325x220), p. pergam. molle coeva (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 959 pp.num., marca tipografica al frontesp. e al verso dell?'ultima carta; ornato da bei capilettera figur. a vignetta e con alcuni diagrammi astronomici nel t. che illustrano il ?"Tymaeus?". Questa importante edizione, introdotta da una dedica del curatore S. Grynaeus, dal proemio dedicato a Lorenzo de Medici e dalla ?"vita?" di Platone scritta da Marsilio Ficino (che termina con l?'Indice), contiene 37 opere platoniche (inclusi i Dialoghi, i 10 libri ?"de Republica?", i 12 libri ?"de Legibus?" e 12 Lettere), i Commenti al ?"Convivium?" e al ?"Timaeus?" del Ficino, il quale prepose l?'?"Argumentum?" ad ogni Dialogo. La traduzione in latino delle opere di Platone, fatta da Marsilio Ficino, è considerata la più importante di ogni tempo. Il filosofo (1433-99) si dedicò interamente al platonismo quando (1458) Cosimo de?' Medici gli accordò, con la sua protezione, anche i mezzi per compiere tali studi. Iniziata nella villa di Careggi (donatagli da Cosimo) la traduzione dei dialoghi platonici, egli alternava il lavoro con conversazioni di argomento filosofico, politico, letterario con gli amici. Da queste discussioni ebbe origine l?'Accademia platonica. Il Ficino, nel commento di Platone, dimostrava chiaro il suo intento di conciliare paganesimo e cristianesimo, filosofia e religione. (Così Diz. Treccani,IV, p. 728). La traduzione dei dialoghi iniziata nel 1466 fu pubblicata per la prima volta a Firenze nel 1484 ed è considerata tra le più alte produzioni dell?'Umanesimo. Questa edizione, per la prima volta accuratamente ricorretta dal teologo protestante Simon Grynaeus (1493-1541), su un manoscritto greco, è particolarmente stimata. Cfr. Adams,II,1445, p. 90 - Graesse,V, p. 320. Con lievi uniformi arross. interc. nel t.; ca. 50 carte con aloni e fiorit., ma certam. un buon esemplare marginoso.

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        Compendium Privilegiorum Fratrum Minorum: Necnon Aliorum Fratrum Mendicatius Ordine Alphabetico Congestu.

      Joan. Antonium Fratres De Sabio, 1532, Hardcover (Vellum), Book Condition: Very Good Condition, Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket, Second EditionEx library with label removed from back strip, pocket in back, ownership emboss base of title page. Rebound in simulated vellum, little soiling, rubbed. Was somewhat close trimmed when rebound but no text missing. Last several pages have worm holes at bottom, but no text obliterated. First published in 1530, this 1532 Venetian printing is a variant from those found in major library catalogs, with different printer and a few more leaves. Author's name is also found spelled with one 'r' but with two in this work. Size: 24mo 5" - 6" tall. 247 leaves. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 2 lbs. Category: Religion & Theology; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Latin Language; Antiquarian & Rare. Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 6644.

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        Latinae Historiae... Cum Chronologia Henrici Glareani...

      Lucantonio Giunta 1532 In folio, c.nn. 4, numerate 312 (col registro), 16. Seguono, con la Chronologia di Glareano e gli indici, 40 c.nn., con il loro registro in fine. Al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta, grande marchio tipografico. Bei capilettera figurati. Importante edizione in buon esemplare, fra le prime a comprendere i cinque libri della quinta decade. Qualche macchia marginale nelle prime carte e in alcune altre. Buoni margini. Legatura posteriore in pergamena con nervature al dorso. (Adams, L 1328; renouard, XXVIII, 108).

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        In topica Ciceronis commentarius.

      Parisiis, Ex officina Rob. Stephani 1532.. Secunda editio. 17 x 12 cm. S. 3-319 [Titelblatt faksimiliert]. Modernes geglättetes Ganzleder über 5 falschen Bünden, Deckel mit Rautenmuster in Blindprägung, Rücken mit floraler Blindprägung und Titel in Goldprägung. Teilweise etwas finger- bzw. wasserfleckig, einige alte Annotationen und Anstreichungen.. Moreau IV, 373. Pettegree-Walsby, French Books III & IV 58388. USTC 138119. Diese Ausgabe nicht in Renaissance Rhetoric Short Title Catalogue, vgl. RR 547 (Etienne-Drucke von 1528 und 1535). Zweiter Druck dieser erstmals 1528 in Paris erschienenen Ausgabe des späteren Hofdruckers Robert Estienne.

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        De Medica Materia, libri septem, totius fere artis medicae breviarium. Quinque quidem primi septimusque Abano Torino. interprete. Sextus vero De Chirurgia, quem Germani non sunt interpretati, a Ioanne Bernardo Feliciano.

      Lucaent. Juntae, Venetiis 1532 - [Medicina-Raro] Segue: Oroscius Christ. -- Annotationes in interpretes Pauli Aeginetae.nunc primum in lucen editae. Venetiis, Lucaent Juntae 1536. (cm.32) ottima legatura del XIX sec. in mz. vitello con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso.-- cc. 14 nn., pp. 438 (ma numerazione errata), c. 1 bianca; cc. 3 nn., pp. 88, pp. 18 + c. 1 bianca. Grandi marche tipografiche, bellissimi capilettera figurati e fregi. Testo anche in greco. Come riferisce Durling, salta la numerazione da 288 a 313 per errore. Prima edizione contenente il libro VI, dedicato alla chirurgia " De Chirurgia " preceduta dall' Editio Princeps in greco di Aldo del 1528 e dall' impressione di Basilea del 1532. Il VI libro fu tradotto da Bernardo Feliciano e pubblicato per la prima volta in questa edizione da Lucantonio Giunta. Vedi a proposito la nota a pag. 232 dell' opera, dove lo stesso Tommaso Giunta chiede la traduzione. Nel " De Chirurgia " si ha un panorama abbastanza vasto sulla tecnica chirurgica dell' epoca. La seconda opera del 1536 è in edizione originale ed unica; l' insieme delle due opere è di grande rarità. Manca a Wellcome Waller, Osler, Dawson, Garrison-Morton, Bm. Stc. ed Adams. Antica firma al frontis datata 1599. Esemplare assolutamente bellissimo, fresco, nitido, marginoso e ben completo. * Durling 3550 e 3412; * Camerini 355 e 389 con collazione errata; * Moranti " Cinquecentine di Urbino " 2485; * Choulant 144; * N.U.C. vol. 445 p.531.[f52] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DE HONESTA DISCIPLINA; DE POETIS LATINIS EIUSDEM; POENATUM QUORUM ILLIUS. ADHAEC PRAETER SINGULORUM CAPITUM.ET RERUM, ET SCIENTIARUM, ABECEDARIO ORDINE, AC IUXTA CHARTARUM FERIEM, ELENCHUM PRAESTET.

      HENRICUS PETRUS. (IN FINE): MENSE AUGUSTO 1532, Basileae - [CLASSICI-ENCICLOPEDICO] (cm. 19,5) bella piena pergamena del XVII sec., titolo al dorso.-- cc. 30 nn., pp. 575 + 1p. nn. con registro e colophon + 1 carta con al verso grande marca tipografica. Carattere rotondo e corsivo, molti capolettera ornati e figurati conferiscono a questa edizione notevole eleganza e bellezza. Dopo l' edizione del 1504 l' opera ebbe tantissime ristampe e questa nostra è fra le migliori. Sono citati centinaia di illustri personaggi dell' antichità su ogni disciplina; tratta di storia, filosofia, malattie, amore, magia, astrologia e molti altri argomenti che conferiscono all' opera un carattere veramente vasto. Antiche annotazioni al margine di poche carte interne, vecchi timbretto al frontis, peraltro esemplare molto bello, fresco e nitido impresso su ottima carta. NEGRI "SCRITTORI FIORENTINI" p. 462; BM. STC. GERMAN 228; ADAMS C 2952; GRAESSE II 301.[f40] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In quatuor evangelistas enarrationes.

      Köln, Peter Quentel, (25. I.) 1532. - (8), CCCLXXXIII [recte: 381], (1) Bll. Mit breiter figürlicher Titelbordüre, Holzschnittwappen am Titel verso und einigen figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen von Anton Woensam von Worms. (Beigebunden): Ders. In omnes beati Pauli epistolas commentaria. Ebd., (10. III.) 1532. (6), CXL [140] Bll. Mit breiter figürlicher Titelbordüre und einigen figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen von A. Woensam. Blindgeprägter dunkelbrauner Lederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln. Reste von Schließen. Folio. Erste Ausgaben dieser Bearbeitungen. Woensams schöne Titeleinfassung (am Titel der Beibindung wiederholt) zeigt den thronenden himmlischen Vater, die Evangelisten und Kirchenväter sowie die Ekstase des Karthäusers Dionysius. Der heraldische Holzschnitt am Titel verso zeigt das Wappen des Heinrich VIII. von England. - Der blindgeprägte Einband (am Deckel der Verfasser und das Bindejahr "1537"; vierfache Bordüre mit verschiedenen Knospenstempeln) berieben und beschabt; kleinere Kapitalläsuren fachmännisch ergänzt. Leicht gebräunt; am Anfang und Ende mit kl. Wurmspuren. Titel etwas fingerfleckig; hs. Besitzvermerk "Monasterii Planicensis" (dat. 1645). I: VD 16, D 1917. Adams D 579. IA 154.026. Merlo 1033, 412 und 1061, 472. - II. VD 16, D 1868. IA 154.025 (nur 3 Ex. in Amsterdam UB, München SB und Wolfenbüttel HB). Merlo 1033, 412. Vgl. Adams D 593 (nur Ausg. 1533). Beide Werke nicht im BM-STC German. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Insulis Nuper Inventis Ferdinandi Cortesii ad Carolum V . Narrationes, cum alio quodam Petri Martyris ad Clementem VII . libello. His accesserunt Epistolae duae de felicissimo apud Indos Evangelii incremento . Item Epitome de inventis nuper Indiae populis idololatris ad fidem Christi . convertendis, Autore R.P.F. Nicolao Herborn .

      ex officina Melchioris Novesiani, impensis Arnoldi Birckman, Cologne 1532 - Later half calf and paper boards, gilt leather labels. Housed in a black morocco backed box. Provenance: Duke of Devonshire (bookplate on the front pastedown) A crucial edition, with many important materials published for the first time. Second Latin edition of the second and third letters of Cortés to Emperor Charles V and the first to contain missionary reports from Yucatan and Mexico. Cortés gave his personal account of the conquest of Mexico in a series of five letters, or Cartas de Relación , which he addressed to Charles V, the Holy Roman Emperor. The famed first letter was lost, making the second letter the earliest account by Cortés himself, describing the events in Mexico after his departure from Vera Cruz. The third letter continues the narrative, describing Mexican events from October 1520 to May 1522. The present work includes the second editions in Latin of the second and third letters (translated by Petrus Savorgbabus), as well as Peter Martyr's De Insulia (a condensed version of the lost first Cortés letter); a letter from Mexico by Martin de Valencia, dated June 12, 1531, which is the first printed report from the Yucatan; a letter from Bishop Zumarraga giving an account of the Franciscan schools in Mexico, their teachers, and the Indian converts; and a letter from Nicholaus Herborn dated 1532. These last three sections appear here in this edition for the first time. A rare edition, with only three other copies appearing in the auction records over the last thirty-five years. This copy from the library of Spencer Compton, the eighth Duke of Devonshire, with the Chatsworth bookplate. Church 63; Harisse 168; H.V.Jones 21; Sabin 16949; Medina I, 86; Palau 63192; JCB I, 103-104; Balle 15. (10 3/4 x 7 1/2 inches). [82] ff. Text in latin. Woodcut title-portrait of Charles V within a woodcut border of escutcheons of Spanish provinces and towns, the portrait repeated within decorative border-pieces on A1 and F1, large ornamental woodcut initials and border-pieces in text, woodcut printer's device at end. Small folio, signed in 4s and 6s [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Spiegel der artzney, vor zeyten zu nutz unnd trost den Leyen gemacht durch Laurentium Friesen, . yetzund durch den selbigen Laurentium / widerumb gebessert vnnd in seinen ersten glantz gestelet. Hiermit sollen widerriefft / und falsch declariert sein alle exemplar dis buchs so vor disem truck ausgegangen seind.

      Balthasar Beck),, (Strassburg, 1532 - (Strassburg, Balthasar Beck), 1532. Klein-Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 142 Bl. (A6-Z6, a4, b6). Mit einem Holzschnitt-Titel von Hans Weiditz. Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rollstempelverzierung und 2 (ausgerissenen) Metallschliessen über Holzdeckeln. VD 16 F-2875. - Durling 1665. - Ferchl 165. - Ritter II, 896. - BMC German Books, 321. - Wellcome I, 2420 (für Ausgabe Strassburg 1519). - Variante der fünften Ausgabe ohne die Nennung des Herausgebers auf dem Titel (s. Benzing: Bibliographie der Schriften des Colmarer Arztes Lorenz Fries. In: Philobiblion Jg. VI, Heft 2). Von Otto Brunfels herausgegeben, durchgesehen und korrigiert. Fries Spiegel ist eines der bedeutensten Werke in der medizinischen Volksliteratur. Es gibt nicht nur Hinweise zur Behandlung der Krankheiten und der Pflege der Wunden sondern ist im ersten Teil eine Gesundheitslehre mit Hinweisen zur richtigen Ernährung und gesunder Lebensweise. Mit Kapiteln über die Verwendung der Speisen: Wein, Bier, Gewürzen, Gemüse, Fisch und Käse. Lorenz Fries stammte aus Strassburg, war Stadtarzt in Metz, hat aber auch in Deutschland gearbeitet. Über seine näheren Lebensdaten ist wenig bekannt. Er war ein Verteidiger der arabischen Medizin, die mit ihren Vertretern zum Teil auch auf dem schönen Titelholzschnitt von Hans Weiditz abgebildet sind, das die Porträts von 20 berühmten Naturforschern wiedergibt. - Mit Exlibris und Besitzvermerk "Alfred Osborne" auf dem Vorsatz. - Vereinzelte Randannotationen und wenige Textunterstreichungen. Die letzten Seiten am äussersten Rand angerändert. Zu Beginn fingerfleckig. Einbandrücken im 19. Jahrhundert mit Pergament und goldgeprägtem Rückenschild restauriert. Ecken bestossen. Vorsätze erneuert. - Trotz der Restauration hervorragend erhaltenes Volksbuch. Sprache: Deutsch Schweinslederband der Zeit mit reicher Rollstempelverzierung und 2 (ausgerissenen) Metallschliessen über Holzdeckeln. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Omnia Opera Tralatione Marsilii Ficini, Emendatione Et Ad Graecum Codicem Collatione Simonis Grynaei Nunc recens summa diligentia repurgata

      Basel: In Officina Frobeniana, [Apud Hieronymum Frobenium & Micolaum Episcopium, August], 1532., 1532. folio. pp. 6 p.l., 959, [1]. woodcut printer’s device on title & at end. woodcut initials. several text diagrams. A nice wide-margined copy in contemporary blind-stamped calf over wooden bds., 1 brass catch, lacking clasps (covers scuffed, rear cover with a few small round wormholes, spine ends & corners worn, paper label on upper spine, tear in Tt4-6 – no loss). Sixth Edition of the Latin Translation by Marsilio Ficino, the first to contain the careful revisions of distinguished Protestant theologian Simon Grynaeus [1493-1541]. Grynaeus, a friend of Melanchthon and Erasmus, and professor of Greek at Heidelberg (1523) and Basel (1536), was also the editor of the second Greek edition of Plato, published at Basel in 1534. Ficino’s translation, begun in 1466 and first published in 1484-85, made his name famous in the history of scholarship and has been called "the best translation of that author Italy can boast." (Encyc. Britan., 11th Edn.) The manuscripts on which he worked were supplied by his patron Cosimo de’ Medici and by Americo Benci. While the translation was in progress, Ficino periodically submitted its pages for discussion and revision to Angelo Poliziano, Christoforo Landino, Demetrios Chalchondylas, and other fellow scholars who were members of the Platonic Academy. "Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499) was the most influential representative of Renaissance Platonism. Together with Alberti, Pico della Mirandola, Cosimo de’ Medici, Politian, and Landino, he founded the Platonic Academy in Florence. Although several works of Plato had been available in Latin translations prior to the fifteenth century, Ficino made the first complete translation of the Platonic corpus into a Western language (1484). This publication marks a major point in the intellectual history of Europe. The work was of such high quality that it remained in general use until the eighteenth century.  (Univ. of Chicago, Berlin Collection) A fine early edition from a notable sixteenth century press. Adams P1445. Graesse V 320. cfBM STC German p. 702 (1546). cfPrinting and the Mind of Man 27..

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        "Nova, et integra universi orbis descriptio" ("New Map of the Entire World")From Johann Huttich and Simon Grynaeus, Novis orbis Regionum

      Paris: Galliot Du Pré, 1532. THE MOST SPECTACULAR FRENCH RENAISSANCE DOUBLE-CORDIFORM MAP OF THE WORLD, DESIGNED BY A MATHAMATICAL GENIUS Woodcut: 13" x 16 7/8" References: Lloyd Arnold Brown, The World Encompassed, exh. cat. (Baltimore, 1952), n. 64; Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World (London, 1983), n. 66; R. V. Tooley, Maps and Map-makers (New York, reprint 1990), 38. Oronce Finé, the most eminent French cartographer of the sixteenth century, is celebrated for having employed a distinctive and influential cordiform (or heart-shaped) projection for world maps. This striking example, the first double-cordiform map ever published, was subsequently much imitated. Drawn in 1531, it first appeared in the 1532 Paris edition of Johann Huttich and Simon Grynaeus's Novus orbis regionum, a collection of travel accounts that had also been published in Basel several months before. As a double-cordiform representation, it shows the world divided into separate hemispheres, north and south, each depicted in the form of a heart or cordum that mirrors the other, with the two meeting at a central point on the Equator. The left or northern cordum encompasses Asia, Europe, part of Africa and America, while the right includes those parts of Africa and the New World that lay south of the Equator as well as "Terra Australis," the southern continent that was then little more than speculative. Based on sophisticated geometric principles for reducing the spherical earth to a two-dimensional image, Finé's delineation of the world was much copied throughout the sixteenth century. Oval formats, double-hemispheric maps, and ultimately Mercator's projection won out, but few of these other solutions to the problem of creating a world picture matched the aesthetic quality of Finé's heart-shaped image. In addition to the decorative nature of the double-cordiform projection itself, there are ornamental elements surrounding the margins: elaborate foliate patterning, putti bearing strapwork crests, allegorical figures, mermaids and so on. According to the scholar Rodney W. Shirley, moreover, the map was "a rendering considerably in advance of any others printed earlier." Remarkably, Finé showed the landmass of the South Pole to the exact mathematical delineation, a feat way in advance of his time. It is still unknown as to how he achieved it. The map also boasts several geographic developments, such as the naming of the Pacific Ocean beneath the tip of South America "Mare Magellanicum," while Central America incorporates place names that reflect the latest conquests and explorations of Cortez in that region. As with many earlier maps, the North American continent is depicted as an extension of eastern Asia, but Florida appears in its peninsular form and the rendering of the Gulf Coast is also recognizable. Overall, Finé's accomplishment was such that none other than Gerard Mercator, arguably the greatest cartographer of the sixteenth century, looked to this map when compiling his own landmark representation of the world in 1538.. Book.

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        Kalendarius [...]. New und Volmon, deß tags leng, finsternuß der Sonnen und deß Mons [...]. Von newem, biß auff das 1556 jar, erlengt. [...] Eyn schön vergleichung der Astronomi mit der Artznei, das ein berümbter Artzt, auch muß eyn Astronomus sein [...]. Auß den ältisten und berümbtsten Artzten, Hypocrate. Galeno, Avicenna, Plinio, Ptolomeo, Hermete, Almansor, Haly, Rase [...].

      Straßburg, Jakob Cammerlander, 1532.. (12), 42 Bll. Mit 66 figuralen Textholzschnitten, meist von Hans Weiditz, sowie 29 schematischen Figuren. Holzdeckelband der Zeit mit blindgepr. Schweinsleder-Rücken und 1 Mittelschließe. 4to.. Erster Cammerlander-Druck des berühmten Kalenders von 1475, aktualisiert und noch mehrfach wiederholt. Sehr selten, nur 1 Ex. im NUC (s. v. "Kalendarius" im Supplement). "Beschreibung der 36 Sternbilder, 7 Planeten und 12 Zeichen gemäß Hyginus, der Komplexionen gemäß Aristoteles, der Gesundheitsregeln gemäß Avicenna und Hippocrates; am Schluß steht der Abschnitt über die heilsame Verwendung des Branntweins gemäß Michael Schrick" (Zinner, Regiomontanus). Der Kalender enthält 12 Holzschnitte der Tierkreiszeichen (zweimal abgedruckt), 32 Sternbilder, 7 Planeten, Aderlaßmann (wiederh.) und Monatsrose; ferner 29 kleine Holzschnitte der Mondphasen. "Die Führung der lebenden Zeichner Cammerlanders hat zeitlich und künstlerisch Hans Weiditz. Die ältesten Arbeiten seiner Hand sind die vier Planetenfiguren des Saturn, des Mars, des Sol und der Luna [...] die drei fehlenden Planeten sind durch Stücke fremder Herkunft ersetzt [...] neu für Cammerlander von Weiditz entworfen sind ohne Frage die 12 Bilder des Tierkreises und die 32 Bilder des Himmels. Jedes mißt etwa 57:54 mm. Die Schnitte hatten ihre Vorlage in Hyginus' Poeticon astronomicon, Venetiis 1488 [...] allen gemeinsam ist, gegenüber der ziemlich rohen Ausführung des Italieners, der dem Straßburger Meister eigentümliche glatte Fluß der Linienführung" (Röttinger). Die schönen, figürlichen Sternbildkarten nicht bei Warner (Sky explored). - Im vorderen Innendeckel zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk "Clemens Hör", vermutlich der St. Galler Humanist Clemens Hör (1515-72), 1546-53 Schullehrer, danach Prediger in Trogen und (ab 1563) in Arbon. Hör "betätigte sich auch als Mathematiker und Astronom" (HBLS IV, 260) und ist musikgeschichtlich bedeutsam. Über seinen Besitzeintrag im Innendeckel hat Hör Text- und Bildausschnitt eines vermutlichen Einblattdrucks von 1532 montiert. Auf den Vorsätzen, weißen Rändern und sonstigem Freiraum finden sich umfangreiche Eintragungen von Hörs Hand. - Einband etwas wurmstichig. Die breiten Ränder wasser- und fingerfleckig, einige Einrisse; durchgehend einige kl. Wurmstiche (im oberen Falz stärker), für einen Kalender dennoch sehr gut erhalten. Schönes Provenienzexemplar im ersten Einband. - VD 16, M 6542. Benzing, Strasbourg 1387 u. Cammerlander 73. Röttinger, Holzschnitte des J. Cammerlander (in: Gutenberg-Jb. 1936), S. 126. Vgl. Houzeau/L. 14452 u. Zinner, Regiomontanus S. 204 (kennen beide erst spätere Straßburger Ausgaben).

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        L[']histoire ecclesiastique ..., translatee de Latin en Fra[n]coys, par Messire Claude de Seyssel, Evesque lors de Marseille, & depuis Archevesque de Thurin.Antwerp, Maarten de Keyser, 1533 (colophon: 17 April). 8vo. With a woodcut border on the title-page, assembled from 4 blocks (that at the foot with De Keyser's printer's device), about 10 woodcut decorated initials plus about 10 repeats (2 gothic series and 2 roman series). Set in three sizes of bastarda type with textura initials. Contemporary Flemish blind panel-stamped calf, each board with the same panel and double and single fillets, a triple fillet in the panel stamp separating the inner and outer panel. The inner is an acorn cresting panel with 4 1/2 acorns on each side and the flowers not attached to the acorns, remnants of leather ties.

      Nijhoff & Kronenberg 884; Pettegree & Valsby, Netherlandish books, 11968; USTC 7514; for panel stamps with a similar inner panel: Foot, Henry Davis Gift 293; Goldschmidt 134; Oldham, Blind panels of English binders, Ac.3; Sorgeloos/Spreekaert, Quatre siècles de reliure III, 5. Rare second (first Antwerp) edition of Claude de Seyssel's French translation of Eusebius's chronological church history, first published by Geofroy Tory in Paris in 1532. Written in Greek in the 4th century, Eusebius drew on a wide variety of sources, recording much valuable historical information that would otherwise have been lost. Seyssel's translation was based on Rufinus's Latin rendering of 401 AD.The three bastarda types are Vervliet B1, B2 and B5, all thought to have been cut by De Keyser himself. He had used the smallest, here in the main text (72.5 mm/20 lines or 10.5 point) since 1527 or 1530, but the two larger ones (94 mm or 14 point and about 180 mm or 26 point) make their first known appearance in the present book, where they are crisply printed from freshly cast type. Vervliet notes the middle size only from 1534, but it was used to set 7 lines on the present title-page and a line or two opening the first four chapters. The central panel of the panel stamp on the binding resembles those cited in Foot, Goldschmidt, Oldham and to a lesser degree Sorgeloos/Speeckaert, all dated ca. 1527-ca. 1534, but their outer panels are all similar to each other and differ greatly from the present example. We have found nothing similar to the present outer panel in the literature.With owners' entries on front pastedown: "SGS MGS/H. Spanofsky" dated 1555 and "Gott begnadt Hoffnung/Christ. Tenngler zum/Ramblsperg und Schaltenstain" (in Bavaria) dated 1563. In very good condition internally. The binding slightly chafed, cracks in the spine and hinges and head of spine chipped, but most of both panel stamps remains well preserved. Rare Antwerp edition of an important ecclesiastical history, also important for the printing types and panel-stamped binding.

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        Christianae veritatis telum, seu fidei catapulta in plerosq pseudoprophetas, praesertim in Bernardum Rothman(n)um Monasterien(sem) populi seductore(m). Köln, (Melchior von Neuß) 1533. 8°. 224 nn.Bll. (letztes w.) durchgehend rubriziert, mit Titelholzschnittbordüre von 4 Leisten u. 2 Holzschnittinitialen, mod. Prgt. mit eingeb. Umschl. aus zeitgenöss. Ms.-Prgt.

      . . VD 16, J 546 - Nicht in Adams u. STC.- "Johannes Deventer hielt 1532 als Prediger an der Hauptkirche zu Münster in Westfalen ein Religionsgespräch gegen den zwinglianisch gesinnten Bernhard Rothmann und veröffentlichte den Hauptinhalt seiner Beweisführung im folgenden Jahr unter dem Titel Christianae veritas telum . Als Domprediger zu Köln trat er für die Erhaltung des katholischen Glaubens im Rheinland ein..." (BBKL III, 338).- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, einige zeitgenöss. Anmerkungen, wenige Bll. wasserrandig.

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        Vom Abendmal des Herrn, Etliche Sprüche der alten Veter, trewlich angezogen

      Wittenberg, Georg Rhau (1532).. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von L. Cranach. 31 Bll. Hübscher HLdr. um 1900. 19,5 x 14 cm. VD16 M 4230; Hartfelder 205; Beuttenmüller 628; Kuczynski 1932. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, übersetzt von Michael Meurer von Henich, Prediger in Königsberg. - Rücken etwas verblasst und beschabt. Ganz vereinzelt leicht stock- und fingerfleckig. Blatt G4 am rechten weißen Rand mit kleinem hinterlegten Einriss.

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        Opus de re medica, nunc primum integratum latinitate donatum, per Joannem Guinterium Andernacum.

      Paris, Simon de Colines 1532 - In-folio [335 x 217 mm]. Collation : (40), 47, (9), 39, (9), 127, (9), 48, (8), 24, (8), 83, (9), 158 pp., 1 f. bl. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.) Première édition de la traduction de Johannes Guinterius (Guinter von Andernach), le professeur de Vésale. Le "De Re medica", divisé en 7 livres, traite d'hygiène, de diététique, de pathologie, des maladies de la tête, de la lèpre, des maladies de la peau, des poisons, de pharmacologie et de chirurgie. Le plus grand médecin de l'époque byzantine était aussi un remarquable chirurgien. Son ouvrage est le meilleur manuel de médecine opératoire de l'Antiquité. Paul d'Aegine y enseigne plusieurs méthodes d'opération de la face, ce qui en fait un des premiers livres de chirurgie plastique. "The extreme practicality of the text and its consequent use doubtless accounts for its rarity today. Its section on surgery, Book VI, has been called the principal medical work of the Byzantine era." Stillwell 473. Cet ouvrage n'avait été jusqu'ici publié qu'en grec par Alde Manuce. Il a été publié la même année à Basle, dans une traduction d' Alban Thorer. Belle marque d'imprimeur sur le titre. Schreiber, S. de Colines 89 : "The first to publish a complete translation was therefore Johannes Guinterius, who . states that he used three Greek texts : the Aldine princeps, an ancient manuscript belonging to Janus Lascaris and a "codex of marvelous antiquity" belonging to Jean Ruel." Coins et coiffes usés. Petit trou de ver traversant tout le volume, un autre trou de ver avec perte d'une ou deux lettres sur les premiers 18 feuillets et qui se poursuit dans la marge. Durling 3551. Pas dans Adams. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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