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        Anno primo Henrici octaui . . . at his parliament holden at westmynster . . . hath do to be ordayned, made, & enacted certayne statutes and ordinau[n]ces in maner and fourme folowyng [1510]. S.T.C. 9358.9; not in Beale

      London: Thomas Berthelet regius impressor excudebat [etc.], 1533?. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, lacking the title, staining and repairs essentially to the margins only; the Taussig copy A rare, early printing of the acts of the first Parliament of Henry VIII, the first post-Pynson printing (all but one of which in S.T.C. are themselves either a fragment or imperfect), and the first of three Berthelet printings; three copies in ESTC

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        Anno XXIIII Henrici VIII. Actis made in the Session of this present parliament, holden uppon prorogation at Westmynstre . . . in the xxiiii yere of the reygne of . . . Kynge Henry the VIII [1533] [etc.]. Beale S150; S.T.C. 9377. Folio

      The Parliament in which the first great step was taken to extinguish papal jurisdiction and power in England, ensuring that Henry's divorce would be determined by Cranmer's archepiscopal court, and leading to Henry's supremacy in the English Church. Modern 3/4 calf over marbled boards, very light browning, else well preserved, five copies in ESTC, one with a mutilated imprint; the Taussig copy. In Aedibus Thomae Bertheleti Regii Impressoris [etc.], London, 1538.

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        St. John the Baptist

      1533 - St. John the Baptist in the wilderness with a sheep. Rare. From the colleciton Pim van Ekelen, collector's mark on the verso. Engraving and etching on paper; platemark: 102 x 129 mm, total: 104 x 130 mm; only state. Holstein 58, W 51; Pass. 91

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        [graece: Diogenous Laertiou Peri Bion, Dogmaton Kai Apophthegmaton Ton En Philosophia Eudokimesanton, Biblia Deka, Nyn Proton Entyp Diogenis Laertii De uitis, decretis, & responsis celebrium philosophorum Libri decem, nunc primum excusi. [Druckermarke] Froben. Basileae Anno M D XXXIII (pridie idus Martias [d.i. 14.03.1533] (Basel [Hieronymus] Froben [und Nicolaus Episcopius] 1533).

      Basel, Froben 1533..

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        Titi Livii Patavini Decadis quintae libri quinque

      [Venetiis: "In aedibus haeredum Aldi Manutii romani, et Andreae Asulani soceri". 1533]. "Small 8vo, [2], 131, [5] leaves; woodcut printer's device on title page and colophon verso; 19th-century three quarter sheep over marbled boards, gilt spine (mostly effaced from rubbing), marbled endpapers; leather quite scuffed, joints cracked; 20th-century bookplate of H. C. Young on front pastedown; marginal notes throughout in a contemporary hand; 19th-century ownership signature on front free endpaper verso; very good and sound. The last of a series of five volumes, published from 1518 to 1533. Adams L-1329; Ahmanson-Murphy 260; BM-STC Italian, p. 389; Renouard, p. 108:4."

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        METHODUS AELII DONATI ACCURATISSIME RECOGNITA. Cui adiectum est quicquid hactenus in eo desideratum fuit, per Iacobum Haecconium Vitodurensem.

      Basileae, excudebat Henricus Petrus, 1533. In-8 p. (mm. 205x150), cartonato rustico antico (dorso e risg. rifatti), cc.nn. 42., vignetta xilografata al frontespizio, con due eleganti grandi iniz. decorate, pure inc. su legno. ?"Grammatica est certa loquendi & scribendi scientia. De octo partibus orationis?". Manca alle principali bibliografie. ?"Elio Donato, grammatico latino (metà del IV sec. d.C.), autore del più completo corso di grammatica latina tramandatoci dagli antichi. Le sue grammatiche furono testo classico fino ai tempi moderni (sicché ?"Donato?" significò per antonomasia ?"grammatica?")?". Così Dizionario Treccani,IV, p. 163. Pagg. uniformem. ingiallite per la qualità della carta, ma certamente ben conservato.

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      Basel, 1533. Folio. Bound to style in old vellum. Some very light dampstaining in margins. Discreet contemporary marginal annotations throughout. Very good. This esteemed early Americanum contains Martyr's initial three Decades, first published in 1516, supplemented in this edition by an abridgement of the fourth Decade. Martyr, a native of Italy, served the Spanish court in numerous capacities: soldier, priest, courtier, chaplain, teacher, historian, and ambassador. "In 1520 he became secretary to the Council of the Indies and later was appointed by emperor Charles V as the first official chronicler of the Indies. Although Martyr never set foot in the New World, he used his privileged position as a courtier to gather a great wealth of information from documents and through personal interviews. Following the model of the Latin historian Titus Livius, the Decades are volumes written in Latin divided into ten books each. They cover all aspects of the New World - the geography, the natural world...the natives, and all major events after the discovery" - Delgado-Gomez. Based on firsthand information the author was able to access through his position on the Council of the Indies, the Decades include accounts of the discoveries of Columbus, Vespucci, Cabot, and Cortés. In addition there is information concerning the conquest of Mexico and details regarding Spanish settlements in the New World including Florida, Cuba, Hispaniola, and the Caribbean. Included in this edition, as in the 1516 printing, is Martyr's account of his embassy to Egypt in 1501 on behalf of King Ferdinand. A nice copy of this fundamental text by the first Spanish historian of the New World.

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        De triangulis planis et sphaericis libri quinque, ... Including : PEURBACH, Georg. Tractatus ... super propositiones Ptolemaei de sinubus & chordis.Basel, [Heinrich Petri, Petrus Pernas, 1561]. With : (2) SANTBECH, Daniel. Problematum astronomicorum et geometricorum sectiones septem, ...Basel, Heinrich Petri, Petrus Pernas, 1561. 3 works in 2 volumes bound as 1. Folio. With many astronomic and geometric woodcut illustrations in text. Blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, possibly contemporary but refurbished in the early 18th-century. Lacking fastenings.

      DSB XI, pp. 348-352; VD 16, M6571 (8 copies); Zinner 2269 and 2273. Rare third, augmented edition, edited by Santbech, of Regiomontanus's works on plane and spherical trigonometry, first published in 1533. His intention was to provide astronomers with the mathematical techniques essential for their studies. The result was the first systematic treatise on plane and spherical trigonometry to be published in the West, establishing trigonometry as an independent discipline. His sine tables give values for every tenth of a degree, a first step in the transition to decimal calculations. The short treatise by Regiomontanus's teacher Peurbach on the computation of sine functions forms an integral part of this Regiomontanus edition. Santbech's work has its own title-page and series of signatures, but it is generally bound with the Regiomontanus and matches it typographically.In very good condition, with only a small marginal hole and a water stain in a few preliminary leaves. The binding is slightly rubbed but still good, with traces of brass fastenings formerly present.

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        Stoicheion Bibl. XV Ek ton Theonos Synousion. Proklou bibl. IV

      J. Herwagen, Basel 1533 - EXTENSIVE EARLY ANNOTATIONS AND DIAGRAMS EDITIO PRINCEPS. Folio pp. (vi) 268, 115 (i). Greek letter, title page with printer's device repeated on verso of final leaf. First leaf of text within woodcut ornamental border (early manuscript Greek index in outer margin), woodcut headpieces and initials, printed mathematical diagrams throughout. Very extensive early Greek manuscript annotations and corrections to the whole of the first 61 pages (Book I) and the last 115 (Proclus' commentary in Greek and Latin) with numerous manuscript diagrammatic worked examples, very clear and legible. A very good, crisp, clean, widemargined copy, stamp erased from the verso of title page, in polished North European calf, c. 1700. An important copy of the editio princeps of Euclid's Elements together with the first edition of Proclus' commentary. The systematic and close annotations to Book I and the Proclus commentary, where the text has actually been illustrated by way of precise geometric illustrations, make this an extremely valuable copy in determining how both texts were received and used (and the relationship between them) in the first generations after their publication. It is highly unusual to find either of them consistently annotated in the same (or any) hand from beginning to end and even more so where, as here, the annotations constitute a critical commentary and do not just emphasise or note repetition of the text. Book I is the single most important book, in which Euclid outlines all of the fundamental ideas he will expand on in the rest of the work. The volume provides a rare window into the mathematical thought processes of its day. This is the first edition to have printed illustrations incorporated in the text, rather than in the margins, so it is the first in which extensive marginal worked examples were in fact possible. A work of international, cooperative scholarship, the Greek text was edited by the German Simon Grynaeus, Professor of Greek at Basle, with the assistance of the first Latin translation made directly from the Greek by the Italian Bartolomeo Zamberti, and two Greek manuscripts provided by the Frenchmen Lazare Baif and Jean Ruel. To this Grynaeus added Proclus' commentary on Book I from a manuscript provided by John Claymond, first President of Corpus Christi, Oxford. The work opens with a long dedication to Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham, author of the first printed English arithmetic whom Grynaeus had met through Tunstall's good friend Thomas More and to whom Grynaeus presented a copy of the present work in thanks for More's favour during Grynaeus' visit to England. In fact this was the only comprehensive edition of the Greek text until David Gregory's in the early 18th century and it formed the basis of all later editions and translations until the 19th century. "Euclid's 'Elements of Geometry' is the oldest mathematical textbook in the world still in common use today. (.) [It] is a compilations of all earlier Greek mathematical knowledge since Pythagoras, organized into a consistent system so that each theorem follows logically from its predecessor, and in this lies the secret of its success. (.) The 'Elements' remained the common school textbook of geometry for hundreds of years and almost one thousand editions and translations have been published." Printing and the Mind of Man p. 14 on the first Latin edition. Proclus' commentary on Book I, here printed for the first time, is of great value in its own right. First, it is a unique source of information on the geometrical knowledge of the thousand years prior to Euclid, otherwise almost certainly lost to us. Second, it is perhaps the earliest significant contribution to the philosophy of mathematics linking it to all sorts of intellectual speculation; Morrow p. xxxii describes it as "one of the most valuable documents in ancient philosophy." It had not been reprinted up to modern times. The quintessential Renaissance volume and one of the corner stones [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Naufragio, e lastimoso successo da perdiçaõ de Manoel de Sousa de Sepulveda, e Dona Lianor de Sá, sua mulher, e filhos, vindo da India para este reyno Náo chamada o Galiaõ grande S. João,...Lisbon, Francisco Rolland, 1783. Small 8vo (15 x 11 cm). Contemporary limp vellum.

      Innocêncio III, 262-263 & X, 128; Palau IV, 63005; Porbase (2 copies); SAB I, p. 633. Second edition in the original Portuguese of one of the most important works of Portuguese literature, by the poet, painter and musician Jeronimo Corte Real (ca. 1533-1590), first published in 1594. After Camões, Corte Real is considered the greatest Portuguese epic poet. His Sepúlveda "is a narrative of the disastrous shipwreck and ultimate fate of Manoel de Sousa de Sepúlveda, of Donna Leonora, his wife, and their children on their voyage from India to Portugal, on board the great galleon Saint John, which was lost at the Cape of Good Hope on the Coast of Natal.With an owner's inscription on title-page. In good condition, some small defects. Binding with a small chip at the foot of the spine and some small scuff marks. Influential second edition of a great Portuguese epic poem.

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        Nouocomens, Epistolarum Lib. X. Ejusdem Panegyricus Traiano dictus.

      Veneunt Iodoco Badio & Ioanni Roigny (Josse Bade, Jean de Roigny),, Paris 1533 - Contemporary full calf. Has engraved title-page, (xvi) including tp and index, ccxxxi (leaves) with colophon to last page. Note: A beautifully printed edition of Pliny the Younger's letters, edited by Badius, and followed at the end by the Panegyricus Traiano. It is the only Badius edn. and it follows earlier edns. with the commentaries of Giovanni Maria Cataneo. It is adorned with many ornamental woodcut initials including numerous large ones. Rebacked with original spine; light damp stain to inner margin of the preliminary pages; sporadic ink underlining; o/w G Very scarce book. Josse Bade was one of the most active printers of his time. More than 720 printed books (Philippe Renouard in Imprimeurs & libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle Paris in 1969, recorded 785), most of them in their own printing. At the other he worked mainly with Jean Petit, brothers Marnef and his son-in-Jean de Roigny. Among them are works of theology, philosophy, grammar, dictionaries [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Calepinus. MDXXXIII

      Pinzi Aurelio 1533 In folio, cc. CCCLXXXIX. Fr. fig. in xil. che riporta l'immagine a tutta p. di un vol. sul quale ? posto il titolo e l'anno. In fine marca tip. xil. all'ultima. c. Restauro all'ang. sup. delle prime 100 cc. e analogo restauro alle ultime 50 cc. (che presentano sempre al marg. sup. macchia d'umido). Ultima c. foderata con manc. restaurata agli ang. P. pl. settecentesca con segni d'uso. Sguardie rifatte. Edizione non comune di questo dizionario, pubblicato per la prima volta nel 1502 da Ambrogio Da Calepio, poliglotta e frate agostiniano e che venne?edito sino alla fine del XVIII sec. Calepino, come dimostra questa edizione divenne subito sinonimo di dizionario. ?Il Pinzi ebbe bottega a Venezia a partire dal 1526 avendo ereditato le macchine tipografiche del padre. Labarre, Bibl. du diction. Calepinus. ITA

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        graecé:] Elementa geometria.

      Basle, Johannes Herwagen, 1533 - Folio (296 x 197 mm), pp [xii] 268; 115 [1] with printer's device on title and last leaf, numerous woodcut diagrams in the text, woodcut border around opening page of the text; title a trifle dust-soiled, small portion of blank corner of first three leaves repaired, a very attractive copy in eighteenth-century French mottled sheep, inscription on title 'Collegii Lemovicensis Societ. Jesu Catal. inscriptus, 1672'. £28,500Editio princeps of Euclid's Elements, and of Proclus' commentary on the first book of the Elements. The first printing of Euclid was a Latin translation in 1482, but the original Greek text had to wait a further fifty-one years before its appearance. The Greek text was edited by Simon Grynaeus, a German Protestant theologian and philologist. The printer Johann Herwagen introduced the innovation in this edition of printing Euclid's diagrams within the text.The commentary by Proclus on the first book of Euclid's Elements is the first printing of the earliest work on the philosophy of mathematics. It was written in the fifth century by the Neoplatonist mathematician and philosopher Proclus who as 'the last great systematiser of the Greek philosophical inheritance . exerted a powerful influence on medieval and Renaissance thought' (Oxford classical dictionary).'Because of his interest in the principles underlying mathematical thought and their relation to ultimate philosophical principles, Proclus' commentary is a notable - and also the earliest - contribution to the philosophy of mathematics. Its numerous references to the views of Euclid's predecessors and successors, many of them otherwise unknown to us, render it an invaluable source for the history of the science' (DSB).Adams E980; Thomas-Sandford 7; Norman 730; Stillwell 210

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        [graece: Diogenous Laertiou Peri Bion, Dogmaton Kai Apophthegmaton Ton En Philosophia Eudokimesanton, Biblia Deka, Nyn Proton Entyp Diogenis Laertii De uitis, decretis, & responsis celebrium philosophorum Libri decem, nunc primum excusi. [Druckermarke] Froben. Basileae Anno M D XXXIII (pridie idus Martias [d.i. 14.03.1533] (Basel [Hieronymus] Froben [und Nicolaus Episcopius] 1533).

      Basel, Froben 1533.. 1 (weißes) Blatt; 1 Blatt (Titel); 3 Blätter; 573 Seiten; 1 Blatt (Druckermarke); 1 (weißes) Blatt. Späterer Kalblederband (England, spätes 18. Jahrhundert ?) mit dezenter Filetenvergoldung auf den Deckeln, sowie allseitiger Kanten- und Innenkantenvergoldung, Rückenvergoldung, goldgeprägtem Titelrückenschild, allseitigem Goldschnitt, sowie marmorierten Innendeckeln und fliegenden Vorsätzen. (21,8 x 15,7 cm) 8°.. "... A work of the greatest importance as most of our biographical knowledge of ancient philosophers is derived from it ..." [Oxford Classical Dictionary]. Die erste griechische Druckausgabe überhaupt ! Schweiger I, 95. Ebert I, 6170 ("Selten, aber nicht[sic! Das dürfte sich heute geändert haben ! CS] gesucht.") Dibdin I, 122. Adams D481. Brunet GG 93. Hoffmann I, 565. Graesse II, 396. VD16 D 1836. USTC 637619. Der ehemals prächtige Einband leider mit stärkeren, aber durchaus restaurierbaren Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, am oberen und unteren Kapital und den Gelenken in diesen Bereichen eingerissen, am oberen Kapital mit geringfügigem Materialverlust, die Ecken teilweise aufgeplatzt oder bestoßen. Private Widmung ("Hoffentlich haben Sie mich nicht ganz vergessen. [unleserlich: Sammy ? G.] Athen - 30-10-[19 ?]41.") auf dem ersten weißen Blatt. Die Titelseite etwas gebräunt und fleckig, zwei alte Einträge getilgt, der im unteren Rand noch lesbar: "D. de P. 426 [oder: 428]". Vereinzelte, stark verblasste Marginalien im Text, im Außenrand teilweise beim Neubinden angeschnitten. Im Text stellenweise leicht fleckig und/ oder gebräunt. Titelblatt zweisprachig, griechisch und latein, das Vorwort der beiden Drucker in lateinischer Sprache, der gesamte übrige Text in einer schönen griechischen Type gedruckt. Mit einigen illustrierten Holzschnitt-Schmuckinitialen und Vignetten, sowie der bekannten Froben'schen Druckermarke von Hans Holbein dem Jüngeren (Heitz/ Bernoulli 50) am Anfang und am Schluß. Auf der unpaginierten Seite 1 des Textes eine achtzeilen hohe Schmuck-Initiale, die Heraklit und Demokrit zeigt, die sich auf das Alphabet aus dem Mai 1520 zurückführen läßt, das von Holbein und Jacob Faber gestochen wurde, vergl. hierzu "Hollstein's German engravings, etchings and woodcuts ca. 1400 - 1700", Band XIV b (= Holbein), 119. [Diogenes Laertios, antike Philosophie, Philosophiegeschichte] Anmerkungen: "GG 93 Diogenous Laertiou Peri bi?n, dogmat?n kai apophthegmat?n t?n en philosophia eudokim?sant?n, biblia deka, nyn pr?ton entypothenta. Diogenis Laertij De vitis, decretis, & responsis celebrium philosophorum Libri decem, nunc primum excusi. Basel: Hieronymus Froben und Nicolaus Episcopius 1533. 4°. Erster griechischer Druck der nach den Schulhäuptern gegliederten Sammlung der Lebensbeschreibungen, Lehren und Aussprüche der berühmt(er)en antiken (griechischen) Philosophen aus der Feder des spätantiken Philsophiehistorikers Diogenes Laertios (aus Laerte in Kleinasien? 3. Jh.), nachdem das Werk in der lateinischen Übersetzung des Ambrogio Traversari aus der ersten Hälfte des 15. Jahrhunderts von ca.1472 bis 1524 schon zwölfmal erschienen war, davon achtmal in Italien, dreimal in Paris und zuletzt 1524, nach einer griechischen Handschrift - wohl der dann auch hier zugrundegelegten - ergänzt und verbessert in Basel (GG 92). Die Handschrift haben die Drucker vom bedeutenden Wittenberger Gräzisten und Hebraisten Matthaeus Aurigallus [Goldhahn ! CS], dessen Schrift über hebräische geographische Namen auch in Basel nachgedruckt worden ist, zur Verfügung gestellt bekommen, worauf sie auch in ihrer Vorrede aus ihrer Offizin vom 14. März 1533 an die studiosi hinweisen, die im übrigen von ihren Druckerplänen und dem Inhalt des vorliegenden Werkes handelt. Täglich wachse ihr Verlangen, beginnen sie, die höheren Studien zu fördern. Hiermit möchten die Möglichkeiten schritthalten, diese Arbeit zum öffentlichen Nutzen der studiosi aufzuwenden. Sie meinten, genügend Gewinn gemacht zu haben, wenn sie feststellten, dass ihre Arbeit den Gelehrten und ernsthaften Studenten willkommen und fruchttragend sei. Doch bei allen Erfolgen dürfe man in diesem Geschäft nicht ruhen. Es solle also aus ihrer Offizin jedes Jahr etwas für die studiosi beider Sprachen Unterhaltsames und Nützliches hervorgehen, jetzt neben anderem das Werk des Diogenes Laertius über Leben, Aussprüche und Lehren der berühmten Philosophen, das in der Übersetzung des Mönchs Ambrosius schon lange in aller Hände sei, eines recht gelehrten Mannes, dem alle philologoi sehr viel verdankten. Diese Sammlung mehr von kurzen Hinweisen als von Aussagen sehr vieler Autoren habe nur ein vielseitig gelehrter und erfahrener Mann ins Lateinische übersetzen können (Curio, der 1524 die Verbesserungen seiner neuen Ausgabe hervorhebt, urteilt hierüber allerdings weniger positiv). Und doch werde man bei einem Vergleich des griechischen mit dem lateinischen Diogenes des Ambrosius leicht den Unterschied zwischen der reinen Quelle und dem immerhin nicht so trüben Tümpel feststellen. Wer jedoch Diogenes Laertius gewesen sei, habe man noch nicht erkennen können. Es gebe keine Vorrede von ihm, sondern er beginne nach Art des Aristoteles sogleich mit dem Stoff, und er werde, soviel sie wüssten, von niemand im Altertum zitiert. Laertius heisse er nach der Stadt Laerte in Kilikien (man weiss auch heute kaum mehr über ihn, auch die Herkunft aus Laerte ist immer noch nur eine Hypothese). Er müsse in den alten Autoren sehr bewandert gewesen sein und zitiere sie gewissenhaft. Das wäre sehr praktisch für die studiosi, wenn alle namentlich aufgeführten Autoren erhalten wären (da man dann noch mehr Ansätze für ausführlichere Lektüre in ihm hätte), obwohl er mehr Eifer auf das Sammeln als Urteil auf die Auswahl und Anordnung verwandt zu haben scheine (dies entspricht schon vollkommen seiner heutigen positiven wie negativen Beurteilung). In den Aussagen der Philosophen sei er knapper als erwünscht und gestehe zuweilen, viel weggelassen zu haben. Im Sammeln von Epigrammen sei er hinwieder zu gewissenhaft, indem er oft seine eigenen Verslein beifüge, die kaum etwas zur Sache täten, so dass man argwöhnen könne, er habe sich sein Werk vorgenommen, um seine kleinen Gedichte der Nachwelt aufzudrängen. Sonderbar aber, dass Ambrosius aus Überdruss an diesem Teil des Werkes, wie seiner unwürdig, verzichtet habe, die zahlreichen Verse metrisch gleich wiederzugeben, obwohl dies nicht wenig zum Schmuck des Stoffes beitrage. Wenn ihm selber Sinn, Übung oder Zeit dazu gefehlt habe, habe er diese Aufgabe an andere delegieren können, was Theodorus Gaza bei der Übersetzung der Schriften des Aristoteles getan haben solle, wie Hausfreunde von ihm berichteten. Dies zu ergänzen dürfte jetzt jedem Gelehrten leichtfallen, da nun der ganze Diogenes griechisch vorliege. In einigen Aussprüchen der Philosophen habe es Obszönes; daher eigneten sich diese Bücher mehr für Gelehrte als für das zarte Alter. Doch diese Unbequemlichkeit müsse man in den meisten Büchern der alten Griechen schlucken: man müsse hier dem Beispiel der Ärzte folgen, die in den selben Gärten und Wiesen Heilpflanzen sammelten, in denen Schierling und Wolfswurz wüchsen. Es sei aber dienlich, auch die Gifte zu kennen, damit man sie erkenne. Die Druckvorlage - exemplar, in diesem Fall eines Erstdrucks eindeutig eine Handschrift - habe ihnen der berühmte Professor des Hebräischen und Griechischen Matthaeus Aurigallus zukommen lassen, worauf sie hinweisen müssten, damit auch er seinen Anteil am Ruhm erhalte. Wenn die studiosi diesen Druck so redlich aufnehmen sollten, wie sie ihn dienstbeflissen zur Verfügung stellten, würden sie freudiger Grösseres anpacken, das auch mehr Nutzen bringe (im selben Jahr sind bei Froben und Episcopius u.a. die griechischen Erstdrucke der Geographie des Ptolemaeus [GG 277] und des Periplus Arrians [GG 250] erschienen). Das Basler Exemplar B c III 143 Nr. 2 Ex libris Universit. Basil. ist aus der Zeit sinnvoll zusammengebunden mit dem griechisch-lateinischen Druck Johannes Herwagens von Plutarchs Schrift über die Lehrmeinungen der Philosophen Peri t?n areskont?n tois philosophois... von 1531. Ein zweites Exemplar findet sich im Frey-Grynaeum: Frey-Gryn. L III 29. Bibliothekskatalog IDS Signatur: Bc III 143:2" ex: GG (= "Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen", online) "Diogenes Laertius: the Manuscripts of "The Lives and Opinions of Eminent Philosphers" This work in 10 books is a com...

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        [LIVES OF THE FAMOUS PHILOSOPHERS, in Greek.]... Diogenis Laertij De vitis, decretis, & responsis celebrium philosophorum Libri decem, nunc primum excusi

      Basel: Hieronymus Froben e Nikolaus Episcopius, 1533. The Editio Princeps, the first printing of the work in the original Greek. Greek and roman type. Woodcut printer?s device of Johann Froben by Hans Holbein der Jünger [The Younger] on the title-page and on fol. CC4v (Heitz-Bernoulli 50). Woodcut decorated headpieces, decorated and animated initials on black ground, from different alphabets designed by Holbein; on fol. a1r 8-line initial, showing Heraclitus and Democritus, from the capital Latin alphabet of May 1520 drawn by Holbein and by Jacob Faber (cfr. Hollstein?s German, xivB, n. 119). 4o (210x146 mm). Collation: 1, 2, 3, 4, a-z4, A-Z4, aa-zz4, AA-CC4 (fols. 1v, CC4r blank). [8], 573, [3] pp. , In a very rarely encountered contemporary binding of Dutch blind-tooled leather over wooden boards. The covers are framed by two borders of blind tooled fillets, a floral tool at each corner; the central panel is divided into diamond designs with rosettes on the upper cover and fleur-de-lys on the rear. Turn?"ins and cords fixed at the inner boards. Antique spine and clasps renewed at a somewhat later date and accomplished with the greatest skill. The guard leaves are composed of two bifolia from a 14th-century manuscript breviary. [8], 573, [3] pp. A beautiful and fine broad-margined copy in a wonderful contemporary binding, faint waterstaining to the inner corner of the first quires, a minor repair to the gutter of the first leaves, two tiny wormholes in the last three quires. Provenance: John Alfred Spranger (1889-1968; book-plate on front pastedown and stamp on title-page). EXTREMELY RARE FIRST PRINTING OF THE EDITIO PRINCEPS OF THIS REMARKABLY IMPORTANT BOOK AND A COPY WHICH IS OF THE VERY FINEST STATE AND CONDITION. The editio princeps of Diogenes Laertius? Lives of the Famous Philosophers, is the most important source of our knowledge in the history of Greek philosophy, from Thales to Pyrrho. The text was known only in the Latin translation by Ambrogio Traversari (1386-1439), which made its first appearance in print in Rome around 1472 and which was widely reprinted during the fourteenth and the first decades of the sixteenth century. This is the first printing of the book in its original language. The edition is dedicated by the typographers Froben and Episcopius to the scholars, and in their epistle they declare their publishing plan: to print at least a work per year able to combine usefulness and pleasure. The text follows a manuscript provided by the professor of Greek and Hebrew at the University of Wittenberg Matthaeus Goldhahn (1480-1553), called Aurigallus, probably a copy of the codex Raudnitzianus Lobkowicensis vi.F.c.38, at the time preserved in Komotau (Bohemie), in the house of the politician Bohuslav Lobkowitz von Hassenstein (c. 1460-1510), and presently in the Library Národní Knihovna of Prague.

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      Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Granduca Cosimo de' Medici. Testo latino. Cm.15,3x10. Pg.191, (1). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Fresco esemplare. Flaminio De Nobili (Lucca, 1533 - 1591), scrittore, teologo e filosofo di origine garfagnina (l'antico nome di famiglia era Della Pieve), fu allievo di Aonio Paleario, e quindi compì gli studi universitari di medicina e filosofia a Pisa e a Ferrara. Fu a Lucca Priore in San giovanni, Rettore in San Pietro Somaldi e Canonico in Santa Maria Forisportam, e stretto corrispondente del Tasso, con cui collaborò a lungo addirittura nella revisione della "Gerusalemme liberata". La sua opera prima fu il "Trattato dell'amore humano", scritta a Ferrara nel 1556 e stampata l'anno successivo dal Busdrago. Il presente trattato filosofico, qui in prima edizione, vide anch'esso la luce per la cura dei tipi del nobile Vincenzo Busdraghi (Lucca, 1524 - 1601), titolare di una celebre impresa tipografica, attiva nella sua città natale dal 1549 fino al 1605, dopo essere stata rilevata dal figlio. Usando come marca lo stemma di famiglia, un dragone alato con volto da vecchio, pubblicò tra l'altro preziose edizioni del Pontano, dell'Interiano, del Bandello e di Lorenzo il Magnifico, oltre a Statuti di magistrature lucchesi. Le "Quaestione logicae" furono ristampate nel 1563.

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        Summa des Christlichen lebens, aus S. Paulo I. Timoth. I. newlich gepredigt durch ?

      Wittemberg: [Joseph Klug], 1533. Title within woodcut border. A-F4. [48] pp. 1 vols. 4to. Disbound. Some soiling throughout, marginal chipping of first and last leaves. Owner signature of Chas. J. French in upper title margin, and on colophon leaf. Very good.

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        Dictionarium Latinae linguae,

      Basel, Valeri, 1533.. hominum doctorum opera....De XII. Item mensium Romanorum.....6 Blatt, 855 Seiten, Lederband der Zeit, 31 x 22 cm,. Einband etwas berieben und bestossen, die ersten und letzten Seiten mit braunen Flecken im Bug und im Rand, sonst innen mit einigen wenigen Flecken, meist sauber.

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        ZOSIMI COMITIS ET EZADVOCATI FISCI HISTORIAE NOVAE LIBRI VI NUMQUAM HACTENUS EDITI. Quibus additae sunt historiae, Procopii Caesariensis, Agathiae Myrrinaei, Iornandis Alani. Zosimi libros Io. Leunclaius primus ab se repertos de Graecis Latinos fecit, Agathiam redintegravit, ceteros recensuit.

      Ex Officina Petri Pernae"Adiecimus & Leonardi Aretini rerum Gothicarum commentarios, de Graecis excriptos". "Omnia cum Indicibus copiosis". Testo latino. Cm.31,3x20,5. Pg.(36), 700, (36). Legatura allentata in piena pelle coeva. Tassello con titoli e fregi decorativi impressi in oro al dorso. Vistose abrasioni lungo le cerniere ed al capitello superiore. Tagli spruzzati. Marca tipografica, in cornice allegoria, con figura femminile che regge una lampada su piedistallo con il motto "Lucerna pedibus meis verbum tuum". L'impresa è ripetuta, in formato più piccolo, al verso dell'ultima carta. Piccola tarlatura trasversale alle carte dell'Indice, con minima mancanza di testo. Si tratta di una raccolta cinquecentesca di testi antichi e umanistici, segnatamente: "Agathias interpolatus", "Zosimi Historiae", "De Bello Persico", "De Bello Vandilico", "De Bello Gothorum", "De Iustiniani Ceasaris aedificijs Orationes sex" (tutti di Procopio di Cesarea), "De Bello Gothorum" di Agazia, "De Regnorum ac Temporum successione" di Jornandus, "De Bello italico adversus Gothos" di Leonardo Bruni (Leonardo Aretino). Il volume si deve alle cure di Giovanni Leunclavio, in tedesco Loewenklau (Amelbeuern, 1533 - 1593), erudito assai esperto di antichità. Le opere da lui scelte sono tutte di storici bizantini vissuti in epoca giustinianea, tra il V e il Vi secolo d.c., Zosimo, Procopio di Cesarea e Agazia, salvo l'ultima, di Leonardo Bruni, importante umanista del XV secolo. La stampa è curata dal domenicano lucchese Pietro Perna Calcei (Villa Basilica, 1519 ? Basilea, 16 agosto 1582) assai attivo a Basilea in piena epoca riformistica. Fi allievo di Pietro Martire Vermigli, e si trasferì in terra elvetica nel 1542, ivi pubblicando opere di Bernardino Ochino, Celio Secondo Curione, Pier Paolo Vergerio, Jacopo Acconcio, Lelio Sozzini, Niccolò Machiavelli, Jean Bodin, Lodovico Castelvetro, Francesco Guicciardini, Francesco Petrarca, Paracelso, etc.

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        Psalterium Graecum.

      Antwerp, I. Grapheus, 1533.. 16mo. 247 leaves, (17) leaves (last three are blanks). Contemporary ownership-entries and notes, dated July 1539 on title and last page. Small tear in lower blank margin of A8, bottom corner of H1 torn off with partial loss of catchword. Light waterstaining to inner gutter of a number of quires. 17th century marbled calf, rubbed along edges. Preface by Johannes Lonicerus (1499-1569) also in Greek. A nice copy of a very rare book. - Darlouw/Moule 4606; BL/STC p. 26; Machiels B-475; Nijhoff/Kronenberg 325 (7 copies only)..

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        EPISTOLAE HEROIDUM Novissime recognitae aptissimisque figuris exculte. Commentantibus Volsco, Ubertino et Ascensio. Nec non in Sappho et Ibin domitio, eodemque Ascensio viris doctissimis.

      Impressum Tusculani apud Benacum, in Aedibus Alexandri Paganini, 1533. In-16 gr. (mm. 199x139), p. pergam. antica con legacci, tit. mss. al dorso, 2 cc.nn. (frontesp. e Indice), CXXXIII cc.num. (ma 137), 1 c.b. Bella edizione dell?'epistolario poetico di Ovidio, così illustrata: frontespizio in ricca bordura decorata su fondo nero, 22 vignette nel t. di cui 3 grandi entro cornice, numerosi eleganti capilettera ornati su fondo nero, tutto inc. su legno. Il testo (lettere amorose di eroine antiche) è ampiamente commentato. "Seconda edizione" stampata dal Paganini. Cfr. Brunet,IV,278 per l?'ediz. Tridino, 1516: ?"Cette édition, imprimée en caractères fort menus, contient un copieux commentaire qui environne le texte à chaque page.. C?'est d?'après cette edition qu?'a été faite celles de Tusculanum, 1525 et 1533, qui forme le 5e vol. de l?'Ovide imprimé in aedibus Alex. Paganini?" - Brunet/Deschamps, p. 1274: ?"Un célèbre et nouvel imprimeur de Venise, Alessandro Paganini, qui s?'était établi à Salo en 1517, choisit le village de Toscolano pour y fonder un établissement durable (1521-1533); ce fut là qu?'il fit usage de ces caractères gothiques bizarres, qui n?'appartiennent qu?'à lui..?" - The British Library, p. 480 - Sander,5289 (in Nota) e Essling,1156 citano un?'ediz. di Paganini del 1538. Fori di tarlo margin. su ca 30 cc.; margine sup. rifilato (talvolta intacca la parola di tit.); con lievi aloni e tracce d?'uso interc. nel t., ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.

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        Leaf from Romische Historien

      Johannes Schoeffer, 1533. Leaf. Very Good. Johannes Schoeffer, Mainz, Germany 1533. Single leaf from Romische Historien. Illustrated woodcut engraving. Leaf Condition: Very Good, clean leaf with minimal age toning. A few light pencil marks. Framed and matted.

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        Fredrick Hendrick van Nassauw Prince va[n] Orangien zyn leven en bedryf. Amsterdam, Jodocus Janssonius, 1651 (colophon: printed by Paulus Matthijsz., 1651). With an engraved title-page, a full-page engraved portrait of Frederik Hendrik, and 34 double-page (or in 2 cases larger folding) engraved plates. All beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand and most highlighted with gold. With: (2) [ORLERS, Jan Jansz., and Isaac COMMELIN]. Wilhelm en Maurits van Nassau, Princen van Orangien, haer leven en bedrijf, of 't begin en voortgang der Nederlandsche oorlogen.Amsterdam, Johannes Janssonius, 1651. With an engraved title-page, full-page engraved portraits of William and of Maurits, Maurits's full-page engraved coat of arms, and 46 double-page (or in 2 cases larger folding) engraved plates, mostly maps, plans and bird's-eye views of cities, fortifications and battles. All beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand and most highlighted with gold. 2 complementary works, each with 2 parts in 1 volume. Folio (32 x 21.5 cm). Uniform contemporary or near contemporary gold- and blind-tooled vellum. Ties lacking.

      Ad 1: Alden & Landis 651/53; Borba de Moraes, p. 19; ad 2: Alden & Landis 651/110; Borba de Moraes, pp. 634-635. First editions of two complementary works, in matching format, similar layout and beautifully and extensively illustrated, devoted to the lives, history and military careers of the three most important stadtholders and Princes of Orange to the time of publication, including a great deal of information on the Eighty Years' War and the Dutch conquests, trade and commerce in the Americas in general and Brazil in particular. In the present copy the engraved title-pages, portraits, coat of arms and illustrations are all beautifully coloured by a contemporary hand, most of them highlighted in gold. The three protagonists are William the Silent of Nassau (1533-1584), leader of the Dutch revolt against Spain and spiritual father of the independent Dutch Republic that took form soon after his assassination, and his two sons Maurits (Maurice) (1567-1625) and Frederick Hendrik (1584-1647) who succeeded him as Princes of Orange and Dutch head of State.Something must have gone wrong with the printing or colouring of Maurits's portrait, for one can see that the portrait was printed on the leaf, but another print from the same plate has been pasted over it as a cancel.With a small tear in the foot of one map and water stains at the foot of the leaves in both works, but otherwise in very good condition. The bindings have cracks in the joints. Beautifully coloured copies of two magnificently illustrated works on the Princes of Orange and Dutch activities in Brazil and elsewhere.

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        Fabyans cronycle newly prynted, wyth the cronycle, actes, and dedes done in the tyme of the reygne of the moste excellent prynce kynge Henry the vii. father vnto our most drad souerayne lord kynge Henry the .viii. To whom be all honour, reuere[n]ce, and ioyfull contynaunce of his prosperous reygne, to the pleasure of god and weale of this his realme amen

      London: by Wyllyam Rastell, 1533. 2 vols. in one, thick small folio, [10], CLXXIII (i.e. CLXXIIII); [8], CCXXXIIII ff. Modern brown morocco plain-style, title and A6 in vol. 1 and the final leaf in vol. 2 in facsimile (with the fragment of the surviving leaf mounted next to the facsimile). With the Hardwicke bookplate at the front c. 1760, a brief letter from Lord Hardwicke c. 1970 authenticating the bookplate and adding his own, a binderÕs report on the conservation (by Eric Horne), and modern typed notes on Fabyan etc. A very attractive copy properly conserved, of this important volume of English chronicles first published by Pynson in 1516. This, the second edition, continues the Chronicles down to 1509. It is not noted in Langland to Wither which cites the first edition, and Lowndes seems to value the third (further expanded) edition over the second, Copies are scarce in commerce; no copy noted in the great Quaritch and Maggs English catalogues, and copies at auction are almost all defective or damaged. Not in Pforzheimer. ESTC 121369.

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        AMS - Eigenhändiges Gedichtmanuskript mit Namenszug am Kopf.

      . Vermutlich 1533. 1 Seite gr.-4°, Lateinisch und Griechisch. Leicht gebräunt.. Janus Cornarius, eigentlich Johann Haynpol oder Hagenbut (1500-1558), Arzt und Humanist, einer der berühmtesten Mediziner seiner Zeit, Freund des Erasmus von Rotterdam, Professor in Marburg (1542-46) und Jena (1557-58). Cornarius erwarb sich besondere Verdienste durch seine Rekonstruktion der griechischen medizinischen Quellentexte, die er ins Lateinische übersetzte, um sie für das Medizinstudium nutzbar zu machen. - - Zehnzeilige lateinische Ode auf den Tod seines Freundes, des Wittenberger Philologen und Dichters Johannes Marcellus gen. Regiomontanus (1510-1552), überschrieben "Joanni Marcello Regio. V.C. / Janus Cornarius B.P." Mit einer zeitgenössischen Korrektur von fremder Hand (rote Tinte). - - Darunter aus gleichem Anlass ein Vierzeiler in griechischer Sprache, ebenfalls mit Verfassernamen in der Anrede. - - Äußerst seltenes Autograph; seit wenigstens 60 Jahren ist kein anderes Cornarius-Autograph im Handel nachzuweisen. - Aus der Sammlung Künzel, der größten deutschen Autographensammlung des 19. Jahrhunderts.

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      Antwerp: Arnold Birckman,, 1533. iam denuo intetegritati restitutus per Gemmam Phrysium. Item eiusdem Gemmae Phrysii Libellus de Locorum describendorum ratione, & de eorum distantiis inueniendis, nunque ante hac visus. Octavo (219 × 150 mm). Recently rebound to style in full vellum, green morocco label, yapp edges. Printed title with large engraved vignette, 49 text illustrations and diagrams including 4 full-page images, 4 with volvelles, and one illustration with a string guide. Small contemporary or near-contemporary annotation "Cotta" to title page. Minor dampstain to fore-edge slightly affecting margins, some spotting and toning to contents, slight crease to edge of second volvelle. Excellent condition with all volvelles in working order. First enlarged edition with the addition of the Libellus de locorum describendorum ratione, & de eorum distantiis inveniendis of Gemma Frisius, in which Frisius first described the principal of triangulation for use in surveying. The Cosmographia of Petrus Apianus was one of the most popular books of the century. With material derived from the Luculentissima quaedam terrae totius descriptio of Johann Schöner (Nuremberg, 1515), Apianus gave vivid descriptions of the newly discovered lands in the New World. The other popular feature was the volvelles designed to help with practical mathematical problems relating to time-telling, the calendar, and astronomy and astrology. The first edition was published at Landshut, 1524, with three volvelles. Apianus' book was then corrected by the noted cartographer-mathematician-physician Gemma Frisius for the second edition of 1529, in which a fourth volvelle showing the phases of the moon was included. An abridged version called Cosmographiae introductio, was published in Ingolstadt, 1531, containing a number of woodcut illustrations but no volvelles.

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      (IN FINE): FINISCONO LE COMEDIE DI TERENTIO, STAMPATE IN VENETIA PER MAESTRO BERNARDINO VIDALE, AD ISTANTIA DI M. JACOB DA BORGOFRANCHO, DEL MESE DI LUGLIO M.D.XXXII 1533, Venetia - [VOLGARE- PRIMA EDIZIONE] (CM 17,3) ottima e solida piena pergamena sec. XVII. Titolo al dorso. Cc. 171,+ 1 c. con bella marca tipografica. Bellissimo frontis figurato in xilografia. Testo in elegante corsivo. E questa la prima edizione in volgare delle commedie, tradotte da G. B. da Borgofrancho, molte volte ristampate. Assai raro, manca all' ADAMS. Vedi la lunghissima nota in ARGELATI " VOLGARIZZATORI" IV p. 37, dove viene discusso e messo in dubbio il volgarizzatore. Qualche lievissima fioritura al margine di poche carte, ma esemplare molto bello e marginoso. FEDERICI " SCRITTORI LATINI " p. 13; HAYM 339/11; BM. STC. 665; PAITONI IV 105; BRUNET V 723; GRAESSE VII 67. Alla sguardia anteriore una curiosa ricetta manoscritta del sec. XVII. Il Census ICCU registra solo 12 copie presenti nelle biblioteche Italiane.[f35] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Baptistae Mantuani Bucolica seu adulescentia cum Iodoci Badii commentariis: quibus accessernt Iohannis Murmellii in singulas aeglogas argumenta, cum annotatiunculis eiusdem in loca aliquot difficiliora.

      Cologne, Eucharius Cervicornus, 1533. - Small 8vo. (XVI)+198+(2) pp. With woodcut title, woodcut printer's mark on final page. Hardcover. 19th century half morocco, marbled boards, spine gilt. VG. (Few small worm holes in spine; occas. light browning/foxing; early inscr. on final page, partly crossed out). * Baptista Spagnuoli Mantuanus (Italian: Battista Mantovano, English: Mantuan, also known as Johannes Baptista Spagnolo, 1447-1516) was a Carmelite reformer, humanist, and poet. His Spanish family had settled in Mantua, North Italy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Physiologia medica, eleganti ordine conscripta, rebusq(ue) scitu dignißimis, Theophrasti item Paracelsi totius fere Medicinae dogmatibus illustrata. Opera Jacobi Zwingeri fil. Basel, S. Henricpetri 1610. 8°. 8 Bll., 929 S., 15 Bll., biegsamer Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit. auf rotem Grund.

      - Nicht bei Hirsch-H., Waller u. Wellcome - Kat. Bibl. Chorinsky 490 (vorliegendes Expl.).- Verfaßt von dem Baseler Mediziner Theodor Zwinger d. Ä. (1533-1588), hrsg. von seinem Sohn Jacob Zwinger.- Zwinger studierte Medizin in Padua bei Girolamo Mercuriale und wurde 1548 Mitglied der medizinischen Fakultät in Basel. Er wurde angefeindet, als er Werke von Paracelsus aufgriff.- Anfangs unten etwas wasserfl., kaum stockfl., einzelne leichte Quetschfalten, gleichmäßig gebräunt, letzten Bll. mit kl. Randläsur, Vorsatz mit hs. Besitzvermerk Heinrich von Eben und Brunn, Innendeckel mit gest. Wappenexlibris Ignaz Dominik Graf Chorinsky (berieben), hinten Exlibris Friedrich Karl Zinkgraef (1901-42), Einbd. fleckig, Deckel leicht wellig, Bindebänder fehlen.

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        Cla. Ptolemæi Inerrantium Stellarum significationes per Nicolaum Leonicum è græco translatæ. XII. Romanorum menses in veteribus monimentis Romæ reperti. Sex priorum mensium digestio ex sex Ovidij Fastorum libris excerpta. P. Ovidii Nasonis fastorum lib. VI. Tristium lib. V. De Ponto lib. IIII. In Ibin. Ad Liviam. Florentiæ : per hæredes Philippi Iuntæ,1525 mense Aprili.

      - In-16°, cc. 20 + cc. 227 numerate solo al recto per un totale di pp. 594. Segnatura: 3a-3E8 3F4. Leg. ottocentesca mz. pl. con tit. e fregi fil. oro impressi su tass. nero appl. al ds., doppi fregi fil. oro impressi al ds., piatti in carta marmorizzata, marca edit. con giglio fiorentino sorretto da due putti con motto "Nil candidus" alla c. 1 e al colophon. Firma di antico possessore cassata alla c. 1, cc. 17 e 18 montate dopo la c. 20, esemplare glossato da mano antica, mancano pp. 85-88, p. 120 numerata come 129, mancano pp. 150-153, fioriture. Edizione antecedente a quella stampata per i tipi di Aldo nel 1533. Available on request description in English / La description des livres en français est à disposition sur demande / Se envían descripciones de libros a pedida. Vetrina

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        Iasonis Mayni prima super digesto novo.

      1533 - Iasonis De Mayno mediolanensis in primam digesti novi partem commentaria ,omnibus iuris - In folio - pp.170 - Pergamena - Stupendo frontespizio in rosso e nero all'interno di una bella cornice figurata. - Testo in latino - Alone giallo al margine esterno delle pagine. Antiche note e sottolineatura manoscritte ad inchiostro - Legatura in piena pergamena settecentesca con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Capilettera ornati. - Libro usato

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        Sermons pour toutes les fêtes de l'année.

      François Regnault 1533 - Ensemble des trois tomes composant en un volume les Sermons de Voragine in-8 reliés en plein vélin souple, titre manuscrit et n° d'inventaires au dos. Bel exemplaire bien complet dans sa couverture en vélin de l'époque (petits accidents et salissures), Du même auteur que "La Légende dorée". Les Sermons connurent un grand succès et furent édités dès le XVe siècle. Ex-libris manuscrit de l'époque (de frère Jacob Sotz ou Souty, frère augustin) sur la couverture et ex dono du XVIIème siècle de Dominique du Chastellet de Nosssay, prêtre capuçin sur la page de titre. 1, Sermones aurei & pulcherrimi de tempore per totum anni circulum : editi a solemnissimo sacre theologie professore Jacobo de Voragine ordinis predicatorum qondam episcopo Januensi. Veneunt Fransico Regnault e regione Maturinorum sub signo Elephantis Commoranti. 166ffnch(8ff prélimianires de titre et d'index+152ff de textes + 6 ff de tables), impressions gothiques à 2 colonnes, titre en noir et rouge dans un encadrement à portique, lettres ornées, grande marque à l'éléphant au verso du dernier folio de texte, grand bois de la Nativité au verso du dernier feuillet de table. 2- Sermones de sanctis per anni totius circulum concurrentibus. 184ff non chiffré (6 derniers pr l'index), impression gothique à 2 colonnes, titre dans un encadrement à portique, lettres ornées. 3- Sermones quadragesimales. 104 ff non chiffrés (dont les 8 premiers pr le titre et l'index, le dernier blanc). Impression gothique à 2 colonnes. Titre dans un encadrement à portique, letttres ornées, grande marque de l'imprimeur à l'éléphant au verso de l'avant dernier feuillet. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Annalium ab excessu Augusti sicut ipse vocat, sive Historiae Augustae

      In Officina Frobeniana,, Basileae, 1533 - Pp. (72) 492 (24). Marchio tipografico di Froben al frontespizio e ripetuto al colophon e bei capolettera decorati. Unito a: BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI. De casibus virorum illustrium libri novem Augustae Vindelicorum, Philippus Ulhardus, 1543. Pp. (24) 273 (3). Grandi armi incise al verso del frontespizio di Leonhard von Beckstein cui l'opera è dedicata, capolettera decorati e stemma al verso dell'ultima carta. Due opere in un volume di cm. 30,5, solida legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle, dorso liscio con fregi e titoli in oro si tassello. Qualche leggera brunitura, ma esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Il primo testo è la classica opera storica di Tacito curata dal Beato Renano (cfr. Adams T-24). Il secondo testo è la prima edizione edita in Germania di quest'opera di Boccaccio con il commento del poeta ed umanista Hieronymus Ziegler il quale, l'anno successivo, fece pura la traduzione in lingua tedesca. Cfr. Adams B-2137. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Elementa Geometriae

      [:in Greek]. Woodcut printer's device on title & verso of final leaf, first page of text with a woodcut decorative border, & numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. 6 p.l., 268; 115, [1] pp. Folio, 18th cent. mottled calf (upper blank margin of title -- 2.7 cm -- renewed & title carefully backed at an early date), double gilt fillet round sides, spine richly gilt, red morocco lettering piece on spine. Basel: J. Herwagen, 1533. Editio princeps in Greek of Euclid's Elements, one of the great books in the history of the exact sciences. This is also the first Euclid to have the diagrams inset in the text. The Greek text was edited by Simon Grynaeus, professor of Greek at Basel University. Grynaeus used two manuscripts -- one sent by Lazarus Bayfius from Venice and the other supplied by John Claymond, president of Magdalen and later of Corpus Christi College, Oxford. The Elements occupy 268 pages, followed by 115 pages containing the four books of the commentary of Proclus on the first book of the Elements. This commentary "is of considerable value for the study of ancient Greek geometry because of the historical information which it contains, derived from the lost works of Eudemos...and Geminos."­Sarton, I, p. 403. Grynaeus dedicated this edition to Cuthbert Tunstall, Bishop of Durham and the author of the first English arithmetic. A fine crisp copy. Thomas-Stanford 7. .

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        S. Tho. super libros de anima. Expositio aurea angelici doctoris divi thome aqnatis super tres libros aristotelis de anima cum duplici textu: veteris sem et argiropoli necnon cum tabula utili noviter addita M.D.XXXIII.

      In fine: Venetiis, Dominici Octaviani Scoti, die XXI Martii, Venetiis 1533 - [Figurato Teologia] (cm.32) bella mz. pergamena posteriore, piatti con fogli di antifonario. Sguardie antiche restaurate. -- cc. 4 nn., cc. 85 + 1 c. bianca. Magnifico frontis figurato di gusto nordico, coi ritratti di Aristotele e San tommaso, putti che sostengono cartigli e colonne e in alto figure allegoriche della fama, virtù, verità e fede entro architetture. Testo in gotico a due colonne, capilettera ornati grandi e piccoli, perlopiù a "Fond Criblè". Nel teto alcuni schemi e diagrammi. In fine grande marca tipografica dello Scoto, uguale a quella riprodotta in Kristeller N° 286 p. 113. il frontis è riprodotto in Barbieri "Il Frontespizio Italiano del '400 e '500" vol. II, Tav. 87, ed è lo stesso della "Bibbia" volgare del 1535 stampata dal Bindoni a Venezia. Superba edizione di grande rarità Manca ad Adams, Bm. Stc., Cranz, Sander ed Essling. il Census Nazionale Iccu registra solo 5 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Rava descrive ampiamente questa edizione singolare, ma senza collazione per non averla vista, e cita la scheda da un catalogo libraio. Lievissimo alone al margine bianco di poche carte in fine, macchiato il nome di Argiropoli per censura al frontis, altrimenti esemplare bellissimo, fresco, nitido e marginoso. * Rava Suppl. a Sander 7277A, pag. 150.[f72] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CHRISTOPHORI LONGOLII ORATIONES DUAE PRO DEFENSIONE SUA AB LESAE MAIESTATIS CRIMINE, longe exaxctiori quante iudicio perscriptae, atque ex ipsius authoris sententia in lucem editae. CODICE BVEE009726 CATALOGO SEBINA OPAC), Paris, Typ. Ascensii & Ioannis Roigny, 1533

      - cm. 16 x cm,10,5, elegante legatura settecentesca piena pergamena con titoli in oro su tassello al dorso, brillanti condizioni interne, pp. 316 + appendice titolata TABULAE IOHANNIS MURMELLII RV di XXXVIII (1 cc). che non risulta presente in nessuna delle poche edizioni di questo libro rintracciate in biblioteche italiane. L'autore principale CHISTOPHE DE LONGUEIL, fu tutore a Parigi del futuro Re Francesco (1515) e nello stesso periodo diede alle stampe questa orazione che sosteneva la superiorit? francese sulla civilt? romana. Nel 1517 strinse amicizia con Pietro Bembo e Iacopo Sadoleto ma questo non impedi' che nei suoi confronti si scatenasse una forte campagna diffamatoria tanto che fu costretto a trasferirsi a Padova dove si spense a soli 32 anni. Edizione cinquecentesca di ottimo livello.

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        Historia Ecclesiastica quam dominus Gaufridus Boussardus curavit.

      Lyon, Benoît Bonyn for Jacopo & Francesco Giunta, 6 September 1533. - Small 4to. [20] + 96 leaves. Lettre bâtarde. Text in 2 columns. Title in red & black within ornamented woodcut border. Woodcut initials. Giunta device on last (otherwise blank) page. Modern morocco. Rare Lyons edition of this Latin redaction of one of the prime sources on the early Christian Church by Geoffroy Boussard (1439-1522), professor of theology at the Sorbonne, and university chancellor in 1487. The original Greek text was first published only eleven years later by Estienne (1544). Eusebius Bishop of Caesarea (165-340 AD), known as “Father of Church History”, discusses the lives of the first successive bishops and their seas, the writings of Christian theologians, the great heresies, the Jews, and the early martyrs. Book I contains a detailed life of Jesus Christ; book X closes with Christ’s death. The editor, Boussard, represented his university at the Council of Milan in 1511; he also published treatises on the celibacy of priests (1505), and an interpretation of the Seven Penitential Psalms (1519). Adams records no copy of this edition in Cambridge University libraries. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Greek:] Elementa geometriae.

      Johann Herwagen,, Basle: 1533 - Folio. [vi], 268, 115 pp. With woodcut device on title and colophon, decorated woodcut border to first page of text and numerous woodcut diagrams. Contemporary English calf, neatly rebacked, remains of ties, later endpapers. A very good copy. Editio princeps of Euclid's Elements and of the important commentary by Proclus on the first book. The first printing of Euclid in 1482 was a Latin translation from an Arabic manuscript, but the original Greek text did not appear for a further half-century. The Greek text was edited by Simon Grynaeus, a German Protestant theologian and philologist. This edition is also important for the innovation of geometrical diagrams within the text, rather than in the margins as had been the case with the earlier printed editions.The commentary by the Neoplatonist mathematician and philosopher Proclus on the first book of the Elements is the earliest extant criticism of Euclid's fifth postulate on the existence of parallel lines, the study of which led, after a further fifteen hundred years of effort, to the discovery of non-Euclidean geometry by Gauss, Bolyai and Lobachevsky. It is also the first printing of the earliest work on the philosophy of mathematics. "Because of his interest in the principles underlying mathematical thought and their relation to ultimate philosophical principles, Proclus' commentary is a notable - and also the earliest - contribution to the philosophy of mathematics. Its numerous references to the views of Euclid's predecessors and successors, many of them otherwise unknown to us, render it an invaluable source for the history of science" (DSB).

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        In hoc volumine haec continentur.De historia animalium libri IX. De partibus animalium & earum causis libri IIII. De generatione animalium libri V. Theodoro Gaza interprete. De communi animalium gressu liber I. De communi animalium motu liber I. Petro Alcyonio interprete.

      Paris, Simon de Colines 1533. - Folio. (36) lvs., 101 lvs., (1) leaf (blank); (10), 42; (10), 53, (3), 13 lvs. Lacking zhe last blank leaf. With a large rinter's device ("Tempus" device 2 [see Renouard p. 104] and numerous woodcut initials.Contemporary calf (splitting and rubbed, the edges, foot and head of spine have been repaired, upper hinge torn) with some blind-stamping and gold embossed ownership mark on both covers.Second Colines edition, and simultaneously the 2nd edition of the zoological writings of Aristotle in this compactness and completeness. Schweiger and Hoffmann record a Colines edition in 1522 (apart of those in 1524 and 1533) but that one seems to be a mistake: verifiable in 1522 is only an edition with Aristotle's ethical works by Colines. With the issue of the collected works presented here Aristotle (384 - 322 B.C.) can be considered "The founder of biology and . first of all Zoologists". There is a wide variety of themes, as shown from the following titles: "The origination of animals", "the history [actually types] of animals", "The motion of animals.", "Anatomy ." The fact that Aristotle left the research into botany to his friend and pupil, Theophrast, resulted in the first three works of Aristotle generally being issued together with the works of Theophrast in the Incunabula editions and in numerous editions throughout the 16th century and only relatively later on were the zoological works of the philosopher issued together. Title recto and verso with owner's markings (the recto partly removed using sharp knife, causing small holes in the paper). Later end-papers (original vellum strips preserved). Title recto and verso with ownership entries (recto party erased causing paper defects without touching text / device). Free end-papers, margins of title, first leaves and last leaf with paper defects due to humidity; outer corner of 1 leaf teared off. Slightly browned, margins in places soiled (title more intensively). Cranz 107.938 (4 copies); Renouard (Col) S. 204 (5 more copies); Schreiber (Col) 96; Schweiger I, 58; Hoffmann I, 330; BMSTC (French Books) 25 (incompl.); NUC 20, 606 (3 copies.); neither with Adams nor with PCCBI. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De re uxoria libelli duo. De re uxoria libri duo.

      - Haganoae, Seceriana [Haguenau, Jean Secer], 1533 (au colophon). Petit in-8, plein vélin moderne à la Bradel, dos orné d'un petit fer aldin au centre et daté en pied, titre doré, tranches rouges, 52 feuillets non paginés accompagnés de 3 lettrines, grande marque de l'imprimeur au colophon. Précoce édition, imprimée à Haguenau chez Jean Secer, de cet ouvrage composé à Florence en 1416 pour les noces de Laurent de Médicis, l'un des principaux traités de la période sur la question du mariage et du statut de la femme. L'ouvrage, très populaire au XVIe siècle, fut traduit dans les principales langues européennes. Il est l'une des sources de Jean Bodin. Envisageant l'institution familiale dans ses relations avec le fonctionnement de la cité, Barbaro examine la nature du mariage du point de vue social et légal. Le deuxième livre est plus spécifiquement consacré aux devoirs de la femme et à son rôle auquel il accorde un rôle central. "With his emphasis in the 'De re uxoria' on the family as the basic unit of state and society, and on the duties of wives in this context, Barbaro created a new literary genre. Aided by his studies of works from Greek antiquity, he gave the conventional treatise on family life a new twist (.). The 'De re uxoria' stands as a pioneering work on the subject of love, marriage, and family in the early modern period" (B.G. Kohl & R.G. Witt. ed., 'The Earthly Republic. Italian Humanists on Government and Society', Manchester, 1978, p. 186-187). "Petit traité rare et recherché pour sa singularité" (Osmont). (Panzer, 7, 111, n° 359 et 9, 472, n°359. VD16 B 356). Quelques piqûres, plus prononcées aux derniers feuillets. Bon exemplaire.

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        Libri de re Rustica

      eredi di Aldo Manuzio, Venezia 1533 - In 4° (20 x 13,3). Cc. (54)+295+(1). Ancora aldina al titolo, in principio alla prefazione e al verso dell'ultimo foglio. Diagrammi nel testo. Suggestive note di appartenenza sempre al titolo di due possessori diversi (datate 1601 e 1611) uno dei quali ha apposto un lungo sonetto all'ultimo foglio bianco in fine. Restauro al margine inferiore bianco del titolo, reintegrato perfettamente, un esemplare bello e marginoso nonostante una quasi invisibile gora al margine inferiore di parte del volume e un paio di macchie trascurabili alle cc. 100-101 e 236. Bella legatura coeva tutta pelle di scrofa, molto consunta e con leggere ma diffuse macchie. Tracce di lacci, titolo ms. svanito al dorso. Seconda edizione per i tipi di Aldo della più importante raccolta di testi dell'epoca romana sullagricoltura, celebre per i molteplici usi sulla conduzione delle fattorie, la pesca, gli allevamenti. Leditore migliorò limpressione del 1514, rivedendone il formato dei diagrammi e correggendo gli errori avvalendosi del migliore commento disponibile a quel tempo, quello redatto da Giorgio Merula nel secondo Quattrocento. A nice copy with some sixteenth ownerships in title and final free endpaper. Blank portion of lower margin in title-page excised and perfecly restored. Wide margins, an unobtrusive waterstain in lower margin of half volume and a few stains in pages 100, 101, and 236. Attractive contemporary pigskin over boards, very rubbed and with a few small stains. Second edition from Aldus' press of this very important collection of texts. ADAMS, S-812. RENOUARD, pp.109-110, n.9. SIMON, Bibliotheca bacchica, vol. II, p.599.UCLA, n. 264

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        Breve Regola Della Vita Spirituale Delle Persone Religiose.

      G. Ant. e Fratelli Nicolini Da Sabbio., Venetia 1533 - [Volgare-Rarissimo] (cm. 16,5) bella mz. pergamena manoscritta antica ben restaurata, sguardie antiche, piatti con pagine di messale del '500 rosso e nero con piccola xilografia di San Matteo.-- cc. 45 + cc. 3 nn. (con la tavola). Carattere romano, spazi per capitali con letterina guida. L' autore Bartholomaeus de Rinonichi Pisano pubblicò alcune opere di carattere ascetico. Edizione originale e probabilmente unica veramente rara. Manca a tutta la bibliografia da noi consultata compreso Adams, BM.STC., Choix, Graesse e Brunet nonchè a vari cataloghi celebri di religione, Olschky, Rosenthal ecc. Il CENSUS ICCU registra solo 2 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane: Nazionale di Napoli e di Firenze. nessuna copia nelle biblioteche di Pisa. Una notazione cassata o ex libris al margine bianco dell'ultima carta, qualche lievissima ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello fresco e nitido. Unico riferimento bibliografico: * Carpanè "Annali tipografici fratelli Da Sabbio 1521-1551" pag.167.[f46] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Recanetum de musica aurea

      Romae Apud Valerium Doricum 1533 - FIRST EDITION Folio ff (iv) 93 (i) last blank. Roman letter, woodcut initials t.p. with printer's device of Pegasus, full-page woodcut of Phoebus/Apollo with his lyre surrounded by musicians and scene beneath of author presenting his pupils with violets, two full-page woodcuts depicting Guidonian hands, 13 full-page woodcut diagrams including music, 9 half-page diagrams concerning mode and tempo, and extensive woodcut music throughout. T.p margins restored, faded contemp. ex libris erased at head and case no. at either side of device, a few fore edges with small repair (no loss); a good, clean copy in clear impression. Modern red morocco by Laurenchet, covers triple-riled in gilt, gilt compartments on spine, a.e.g. FIRST EDITION, elegantly printed by Valerio Dorico, the only music printer in Rome for twelve years following the Sack of the city. Stephano Vanneo (1493-1540) was an Augustinian monk and choirmaster from Recanati, and his treatise on the 'golden' music from the monastery there is one of the best and most comprehensive of its time. Divided into three books, the first twenty or so pages provide historical context for the study of music; its place among the liberal arts; and its legendary discovery by Pythagoras, who noticed different tones produced from the beating of a blacksmith's hammers. The book quickly turns to practical instruction, with woodcuts depicting both front and back of the famous Hand of Guido of Arezzo (991-1050). These hands are the basis of modern musical notation, and are also used to teach sight-singing. Their illustration here was the most extended to date, going a full octave above and below what was normaly depicted. The rest of book one details intonation, intervals, and modes, and book two shows how these are written, reviewing the complete system of mensural notation that was used until around 1600. The final book discusses counterpoint for alto, bass and tenor, listing the rules of harmony and inversion in order of difficulty. Most interesting are the concluding chapters on the quality of the tone of voice, and the 'tying up' of words together in song. Polyphonic music such as counterpoint had been the object of criticism since 1322, when Pope John XXII attacked the style as 'lascivious', because it was rooted in secular music. The issue remained controversial during the Reformation, not only because of its links to lewd 'parody masses' but also because Protestants warned that the overly ornate layering of sound obscured the meaning of the words sung. A little over a decade after the publication of this textbook the Council of Trent prohibited all polyphonic singing that was not to the rigid standard of the so-called 'Roman School of Music', of which this book is a part. Favouring clear, distinctly pronounced words, the perfection of the School was the Missa Papae Marcelli of Palestrina, sung at the Papal Coronation mass well into the 20th century. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Opera] Cornelius Tacitus exacta cura recognitus et emendatus. Copiosus index rerum, locorum et personarum . . . Venice, Aldus, 1534 (colophon: heirs of Aldus Manutius and Andrea Torresani d'Asola, November 1534). Small 4to (21.5×13.5 cm). With the woodcut Aldine anchor device on title-page, repeated on the last page. Dark blue-green gold-tooled polished half sheepskin (ca. 1853), with the initials of the owner "L.L.B." (=Letterio Lizio Bruno) on the spine.

      Ahmanson-Murphy 275; Dibdin II, p. 450; Edit 16 27227; Renouard, pp. 112-113, no. 8; Sandys, Hist. class. scholarship II, p. 263.; USTC 857890 First and only Aldine edition of the works of Tacitus. It is based on the best of the famous Basel Tacitus editions by Beatus Rhenanus, printed and published by Froben at Basel in 1533 in folio format. The title-page notes that it has been carefully revised and corrected. It is much better than the first edition of Tacitus's complete works published by Beroaldi at Rome in 1515. Beatus Rhenanus of Schlettstadt (1485-1547), friend and biographer of Erasmus, edited many Patristic and classical authors. The editorial work and notes for his Tacitus text are among his most important contributions to scholarship. The text owes much to his corrections and he was generally distinguished for his fidelity to the readings of the manuscripts and for his critical caution in admitting conjectures.An early owner's name on the title-page has been partly erased, but an inscription dated 17 November 1853 at the foot of the title-page gives the owner as Letterio Lizio Bruno and another 1853 inscription by him (leaf 202r) adds "in Messina". Letterio Lizio Bruno (1837-1908), a well-known Italian poet and author in Messina and later in Palermo, is considered one of the most elegant writers of Sicily. The head and fore-edge margins of the title-page have been restored, there are some water stains and marginal restorations to a few other leaves and occasional minor browning, but otherwise in good condition. The binding is slightly rubbed and some of the sewing has broken at the hinges, so that the book block is only loosely attached to the boards. One of the best early Tacitus editions, the only one printed or published by the Aldine printing office.

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        Bartoli De Saxoferrato. Prima Super Digesto Veteri. Inest Huic Volumini Commentariorum Bartoli .

      Sebastiani Gryphii Germanii, Lugduni 1533 - 214 leaves, title in red and black. Evidently an unrecorded copy. Harvard Law Library has a similar copy with 162 leaves. Princeton which has a large collection by Gryphius does not appear to have this title. Also instead of the standard printer's device of the Gryphon, here he has a wood cut of Bartoli lecturing to three rows of students with cherub borders and at bottom of border each cherub is slaying a gryphon with a sword. Sebastian Gryphius the printer was famous for his works on law and administration in Gothic script. The year after this volume he began using Roman type and he became the great printer of the early French Renaissance though his work did not have the clarity of Aldus. This work represents a rare variation in the paleography of the era and although there were at least two different printers who assisted Gryphius, we could not determine which style was represented here. Bound in full vellum raised bands with ropes for bands showing and with some vellum loss to spine, corners with wear or chew marks, some worming to edges of vellum penetrating only to outer margins of leaves, early if not contemporary marginal notes and textual notations all in Latin, in brown ink. Size: Folio (in 8s)

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        David Georgen ausz Holand deß Ertzkätzers warhafftige Histori, seines Lebens, unnd verfürischen Leer, . . . Basel, (colophon: printed by Hieronymus Curio, September 1559), 1559. Small 4to. With 2 large woodcut gothic decorated initials (56 mm). Set in schwabacher types with incidental fraktur and the year of publication in Roman numerals. Disbound.

      Van der Linde 247; BMC STC German, p. 70; USTC 628444 (citing VD16); VD 16, D319; cf. Adams J-333 (Latin ed.). First German edition, of a rare and important early biography of the famous Dutch heretic and Anabaptist David Joris. Banished from Holland for his overt rejection of the abuses of the Roman Catholic Church, Joris fled to Friesland, where he met the Anabaptists. He joined them in 1533 after his baptism and tried to appease the disputing parties within the sect. Ecstatic and susceptible to flattery, he declared himself a prophet with a divine mission and supernatural powers. Soon he got many followers, but he and his group were also severely persecuted. In 1554, he came to live in Basle after five years on the run from the Dutch authorities. There he lived with his family as a rich and respected citizen under the name of Jan van Brugge, pretending to be a Reformed refugee while he still kept in touch with his followers in the Southern Netherlands. The present biography is especially valuable for Joris's life in Basle (1554-1556). With a small hole in 1 leaf, waterstains in the fore-edge and head margins, running slightly into the text, but still in good condition. Disbound and some of the sewing lost, so that 1 quire is detatched.

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        Cosmographia introductio : cum quibusdam geometriae ac astronomiae principus ad eam rem necessariis

      Venice: Io. Antonius da Sabbio & others, July, 1533. Small octavo, with a large woodcut on title-page of an astrolabe enclosing the world, full-page astronomical woodcut on the verso, numerous illustrations and diagrams in the text, printer's device on last leaf; a few stains but a very good copy in old half red calf. Renaissance cosmography. Essential cosmographical text of the renaissance: the German humanist Apian, better known by the latinised form of his name as Apianus, produced a book in 1524 that became one of the most popular of all scientific works, an early geographical text with numerous woodcuts of the earth, the Zodiac, and examples of determining longitude and latitude. Its popularity was quite extraordinary by comparison with other popular books of the period: over nearly a century Apianus' text went through more than forty-five editions, in four languages, published in seven cities, by at least eighteen publishers. This rare early edition is an example of the popular shortened format of this widely-studied work on cosmography. It neatly summarises the Renaissance world view, and includes several references to Vespucci's discovery of America. The book is notable for 'the division of the earth into climatic zones, the uses of parallels and meridians, the determination of latitude, several methods for determining longitude including that of lunar distance, the use of trigonometry to determine distances, several types of map projections, and many other topics…' (Karrow). Apianus' work in its full-length form was first published in 1524; it first appeared in this popular format in Antwerp in 1532 or 1533. This is the second edition in this form, and the first of at least seven such editions produced in Italy in the sixteenth century.

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        LIBRI DE RE RUSTICA, M. Catonis, Marci Terentii Varronis, L. Iunii Moderati Columellae, Paladii Rutilii, quorum summam pagina sequenti reperies.

      Impressum Lutetiae praelo Antonii Augerelli, Impensis autem Ioannis Parvi, & Galeoti a Prato, 1533.Second Paris edition 1533 (full imprint and date from colophon), Latin text, folio in eights, approximately 320 x 210 mm, 12½ x 8¼ inches, pictorial device of Galliot du Pre on title page depicting early sailing ship with six oarsmen, with the motto Vogue la Guallee, some guide letters for initials, a few diagrams in the text, pages: [56], 1 - 289, 300 - 369, 400 - 506 [i.e. 496], [4], numerous errors in pagination but text complete, all signatures continuous, collation: A6, B - C8, a6, a - z8, A - G8, H10 (H10 blank). Bound in full 18th century calf, double ruled gilt border to covers, now rebacked to style with gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, floral gilt edges to covers, all edges red, earlier marbled endpapers. A few light stains and minor marks to covers, tiny chip to inner edge of upper cover, corners slightly worn, front inner paper hinge partly cracked and neatly repaired with similar marbled paper, armorial bookplate of Lord Sinclair on front pastedown, another of Mr George Carre Advocate on title page, inkstamp of college library on 2nd endpaper, 2 paper strips pasted across title page under printer's device, one with a pale early signature, and the other with an engraved presentation inscription from Michel de Blanzy, as a result title page is just very slightly wrinkled, tiny hole in fo.m1, no loss, small very pale water stain to a few margins, otherwise contents remarkably clean and undamaged. A very good copy. This is a collection of the agricultural treatises of 4 classical authors, the first three writing from 200 B.C. to 100 A.D., and Palladius some time in 400 A.D. Their first printing was together in Venice in 1472 with several reprint5s in both Italy and France. Between them the writers deal with all aspects of agriculture, rural economy and country life, including raising livestock, farm buildings, horticulture, bee keeping, medicinal remedies and cooking recipes, and all 4 deal with viticulture and the art of wine making, Columella in some detail. Aslin, Catalogue of Printed Books on Agriculture 1471 - 1840, pages 253 - 256, 278, 289 and 295 - 298; Vicaire, Bibliographie Gastronomique, 154 - 155; Simon, Bibliotheca Gastronomica, page 34, No.315; Adams, Books printed from 1501 - 1600, Volume II, page 198, S810. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        De Partibus Aedium, Lexicon Utilissimum

      Basil: Joan Walderum, 1533. Basil: Joan Walderum, 1533. Eight Edition. Very scarce early edition of this famous treatise on how the perfect Renaissance house should be built, furnished and run. It contains separate sections devoted to different parts of the house, including the kitchen, library, aviary, stable and nursery, and elucidating terms relating to construction, gardening and the domestic arts. Chapter 9 of Book II Bibliotheca includes a well-known description of the process of papermaking. The book is also the first dictionary containing architectural terms. The author was a poet laureate, crowned by Pope Julius II in 1512. & & Bound in a full contemporary calf with intricate blindstamping on the boards, which are made from incunabula pages. The binding has been expertly and lovingly restored and shows very well. Collated complete: 14 leaves, followed by 270 numbered pages. Title page with ink ownership notations and old marginal paper repair. Internal contents generally clean and fresh with a few pinpoint wormholes and scattered marginalia in an early hand. While other early editions are readily found in the auction records, this 1533 edition is a ghost.

      [Bookseller: Whitmore Rare Books]
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