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2019-06-01 04:11:42
PLINE LE JEUNE
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris): 1533. PLINE LE JEUNE Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (dit) & SUETONE - C. Plini secundi novocomensis de viris illustratibus liber. Suetone Tranquilli de claris gramaticis & rhetoribus liber. Iulii obsequentis prodigiorum liber imperfectus. PLINE LE JEUNE Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (dit) & SUETONE C. Plini secundi novocomensis de viris illustratibus liber. Suetone Tranquilli de claris gramaticis & rhetoribus liber. Iulii obsequentis prodigiorum liber imperfectus. Ex officina Roberti Stephani(Robert Estienne), Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1533, Pet. in-8 (10x16cm), relié. Nouvelle édition. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Colophon : Excudebat Robertus STephanus Parisiis, Ann. M. D. XXXIII. octavo cal. sept.Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée ca 1920, pastiche d'une reliure Renaissance, signée L. P. Thébaut. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 petits fleurons. Médaillon central sur les plats, et filet gras d'encadrement. Accroc avec manque en queue. Tache noire en tête et queue. Coins frottés. Quelques rousseurs. Mors fendillés. Bon exemplaire. Recueil de trois textes d'écrivains romains : Les vies illustres de Pline Le Jeune, qui sont de courtes biographiques sur des hommes célèbres (Pompée, Annibal, Scipion...) ; Le livre de Suetone sur les grammairiens et les rhéteurs est la dernière partie des Vies des hommes illustres (il ne nous a pas été transmis complètement), et enfin, le fameux livre des prodiges de Julius Obsequens qui relate les augures et les événements étranges et merveilleux survenus à Rome entre 249 avant J. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-05-28 21:40:35
Johannes Eck
Augsburg: 1533. Johannes Eck: Quintae pars operum... contra Lutherum et alios declamatoria. Continet homilias de tempore sanctis ac sacramentis... Textus Evangeliorum ad editionem complutem. iuxta exemplar vaticanum emendatus. Published: (Augsburg) 1533 Size: 30.5 x 20.5 cm Condition: please see photos - Leather over wooden boards with two intact clasps. 2 parts in one volume. 10 leaves, CCI leaves, 1 white leaf; CCI leaves, 1 leaf. With engraved title and 60 woodcuts in the text. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer.
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, DE]
2019-05-22 13:42:09
AGRICOLA, Georgius
Basel: Froben / Johannes Petreius / Royal Society, 1533. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Libri quinque De mensuris & ponderibus: In quibus plaeraque à Budaeo & Portio parum animadversa diligenter excutiuntur. Basel: Froben, 1533. [9] 10-292 [4] pp. Woodcut printers devices on title and final leaf verso, 5 large historiated woodcut initials, general index at end. Text generally crisp and clean, some ink annotations in contemporary hand (mostly shaved), small Macclesfield blindstamp to first 3 leaves. [Bound with:] II. NEMORARIUS, Jornanus [NEMORE, Jordanus de]. De ponderibus propositiones XIII. & earundem demonstrationes, multarumque rerum rationes sanè pulcherrimas complectens, nunc in lucem editus. (edited by Petrus Apianus). Nürnberg: Johannes Petreius, 1533. 16 unnumbered leaves. Woodcut device on title, woodcut initials, diagrams in text. Title and final page dust-soiled and stained, otherwise little age-toned only. [Bound with:] III. GRAHAM, George. An account of a comparison made by some gentlemen of the Royal Society, of the standard of a yard, and the several weights lately made for their use: with the original standards of measures and weights in the Exchequer, and with some others kept for public use at Guildhall, Founders-Hall, the Tower, & c. London: [Royal Society], 1744. [2], 17 [1] pp. Text crisp and clean. Three works in one volume. 4to (183 x 140 mm). Bound in 18th century half calf over marbled boards, spine with 5 raised bands, some gilt decoration and gilt-lettered red morocco label, red-dyed edges (slight rubbing to extremities, front … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-05-22 07:24:46
Apuleius, Lucius Madaurensis; Torinus, Albanus, Editor
Basel: Henricus Petrus, [1533]. Basel: Henricus Petrus. Good with no dust jacket. [1533]. First Edition. Leather. [xvi], 593, [i] pp. Small octavo, measuring 3.5" x 6", no date printed but 1533, which is written under the printer's name on the title by Paquot. Verso of last leaf has Henricus Petrus's mark. In 18th century full leather with blind ruling , gilt comparments and brown spine label, endpapers look contemporary to binding. First blank present. Nicely printed, bit light staining at the bottom gutter at the beginning, Jean-Noel Paquot has inscribed the book on the first blank (1722-1803) , a classical scholar and theologian at Leuven, some other old marks to the title and preliminaries. There are old pointing hands and scholarly marginalia throughout, not heavy. Pages 433-450 are missing the bottom corner in the margin, not affecting text. Stamp of the library at the convent at Tienen in Belgium. The editor was Alban Thorer (1489-1550) , a classmate of Nostradamus. Quite a scarce edition of some of Apuleius's writings, some in first edition. Not in Adams, OOCLC 921139370 misidentifies it as 1633, but Henricus Petrus died in 1579 and it is clearly his mark, not his son Sebastian's. The colophon reads "Basilae exudebat Henricus Petrus mense Martio: anno XXXIII". In Hildebrand, page 82. Attractive woodcut initials throughout, leather is smooth and lightly worn. Hard to find in libraries or in commerce and a nice copy thereof. ; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 593 pages .
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2019-05-21 15:10:03
AGRICOLA, Georgius
Basel: Froben / Johannes Petreius / Royal Society, 1533. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. Libri quinque De mensuris & ponderibus: In quibus plaeraque à Budaeo & Portio parum animadversa diligenter excutiuntur. Basel: Froben, 1533. [9] 10-292 [4] pp. Woodcut printers devices on title and final leaf verso, 5 large historiated woodcut initials, general index at end. Text generally crisp and clean, some ink annotations in contemporary hand (mostly shaved), small Macclesfield blindstamp to first 3 leaves. [Bound with:] II. NEMORARIUS, Jornanus [NEMORE, Jordanus de]. De ponderibus propositiones XIII. & earundem demonstrationes, multarumque rerum rationes sanè pulcherrimas complectens, nunc in lucem editus. (edited by Petrus Apianus). Nürnberg: Johannes Petreius, 1533. 16 unnumbered leaves. Woodcut device on title, woodcut initials, diagrams in text. Title and final page dust-soiled and stained, otherwise little age-toned only. [Bound with:] III. GRAHAM, George. An account of a comparison made by some gentlemen of the Royal Society, of the standard of a yard, and the several weights lately made for their use: with the original standards of measures and weights in the Exchequer, and with some others kept for public use at Guildhall, Founders-Hall, the Tower, & c. London: [Royal Society], 1744. [2], 17 [1] pp. Text crisp and clean. Three works in one volume. 4to (183 x 140 mm). Bound in 18th century half calf over marbled boards, spine with 5 raised bands, some gilt decoration and gilt-lettered red morocco label, red-dyed edges (slight rubbing to extremities, front … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-05-17 14:24:49
CATO Marcus Porcius
Aldine device on title page and woodcut diagrams embedded in text. 7-line initial spaces with guide letters. Greek, Roman and Italic type. 4to (196 x 122mm). [53], 295 ff. (lacking title (*1) and final leaf O8, both with Aldine devices; A1 cut and tipped in to the front of the volume, in the place of *1). Eighteenth-century red morocco, with two-line fillet and ornamental border within; spine with 5 raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling in 4 compartments, with title, publisher and (incorrect) date lettered in second and fifth; inside gilt dentelle border, and boards with gilt edges (rebacked, staining and discoloration to upper and lower boards, wear and bumping to extremities, spine chipped, gilt rubbed and hinges weak). Venice, In Aedibus Haeredum Aldi et Andreae Soceri, December
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-13 21:34:25
CATO Marcus Porcius
1533. Aldine device on title page and woodcut diagrams embedded in text. 7-line initial spaces with guide letters. Greek, Roman and Italic type. 4to (196 x 122mm). [53], 295 ff. (lacking title (*1) and final leaf O8, both with Aldine devices; A1 cut and tipped in to the front of the volume, in the place of *1). Eighteenth-century red morocco, with two-line fillet and ornamental border within; spine with 5 raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling in 4 compartments, with title, publisher and (incorrect) date lettered in second and fifth; inside gilt dentelle border, and boards with gilt edges (rebacked, staining and discoloration to upper and lower boards, wear and bumping to extremities, spine chipped, gilt rubbed and hinges weak). Venice, In Aedibus Haeredum Aldi et Andreae Soceri, December Second Aldine edition of the authoritative agricultural writings of several Latin authors. The text in this volume is almost identical to that of the first in 1514 (including the preface), apart from a few corrections taken from the 1521 Giunta edition (Renouard). The preliminary material is substantial in this edition; following addresses to students and readers are an ample table of calendar adjustments, an extensive index and glossary, expansive 'brief' commentaries and a guide to the contents. This volume is a compendium of treatises on agriculture and wine production by the four Roman writers Cato the Elder (234-149 BC), Varro (116-27 BC), Columella (c.4-70 AD), and Palladius (late C4th-early C5th AD). First is Cato's treatise - the only work of his that survives intact - that offers ma … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-05-07 19:44:49
Clemens, Aurelius Prudentius
Nicolaus Faber, Leipzig, 1533. 8vo. [39 leaves]. Full brown period calf wraps, cracking and scuffed. Old hand-lettered paper spine label. Watermark on rear pastedown. Annotated copy with underlining and marginalia throughout. Pages browned, some water staining throughout, not affecting readability. Aurelius Prudentius Clemens (ca. 348-~405). "Hymns for the Christian's Day." Twelve lyric poems on various times of the day and church festivals. Nicolaus Faber (1490-1554) was one of the few publishers to survive the Reformation in Leipzig, and his establishment survived until 1945. As a city of printing, through which Martin Luther's teachings spread, Leipzig made a decisive contribution to the Reformation movement. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Minotavros Books, ABAC/ILAB [Whitby, ON, Canada]
2019-05-01 11:23:03
AGRICOLA (Georg Bauer, dit Georges)
in quibus pleraque a Budaeo & Portio parum animadversa diligenter excutiuntur. Opus nunc primum in lucem editum. Paris, Christian Wechel, 1533, in-8, basane fauve marbrée, 2 filets à froid encadrant les plats, [Reliure du XVIIe siècle], restaurée. 261 pp., 5 ff.n.ch. (table, 1 f.bl., marque de l'imprimeur), surcharges dans le texte et annotations manuscrites d'époque en marge. Renouard, ICP, IV, 557. Smith, Rara arithmetica, pp. 171 et 173 (ne signale pas l'édition bâloise de 1533, et donne une collation avec 7 pp. préliminaires qu'on ne retrouve pas dans les exemplaires des dépôts publics). Édition faite d'après l'originale de Bâle. C'est l'un des tout premiers ouvrages d'Agricola (1494-1555), médecin et surtout minéralogiste fixé à Chemnitz, à proximité des nombreuses mines de Misnie. Précieux exemplaire du naturaliste Georges Cuvier (1769-1832), avec cachet humide.
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2019-04-11 09:34:53
CITADINI
Lyon: 1533. CITADINI Paolo - Perutilis tractatus jurispatronatus cum summaris distinctionum ac causarum quaestionum decreti CITADINI Paolo Perutilis tractatus jurispatronatus cum summaris distinctionum ac causarum quaestionum decreti Viventius de Portonarius, Joanem Crispin, Lyon 1533, in-8 (18x12,5cm), xcix (18 f.)., relié. Edition rare. Absent à la BN de France, aux catalogues français et à la British library, un exemplaire à Oxford et un au Hollis catalogue de Harvard (même collation) qui possède en outre un exemplaire de 1506 et un autre de 1549. Titre dans un encadrement gravé avec la vignette de l'éditeur.Reliure en plein parchemin contemporain. Dos muet. Une pliure aux coins des feuillets d'index sur quelques feuillets.Traité de droit sur le patronage. Le patronage nous a été légué par les romains, le patron était le protecteur de l'esclave envers lequel il avait des droits, par extension il désignera toute relation entre un maître détenteur de l'autorité et un élément dépendant de lui (cas du mariage, des relations commerciales...). Citadini est mort en 1525. *** [English translation available upon request. Contact us for any information!]. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-04-10 20:56:59
1533. good. Adagiorum omnium tam Graecorum quam Latinorum aureum flumen ex omni D. Erasmi Rot. aeditione, sub certos rerum locos by Desiderius Erasmus Published in 1533, Excudebat Iohannes Prael (Coloniae) Adagiorum omnium tam Graecorum quam Latinorum aureum flumen Desiderius Erasmus Work:Adagiorum epitome.By statement:nuper à Theodorico Cortehoeuio in compe[n]dium digestum ... aliquot adagiorum centurijs accurate auctum. Language:LatinPagination:494, [42] p. ; LC:PN6410.E84 1533Subject: proverbs description Notes: References: Haeghen, F. van der. Bib. Erasmiana, ser. 1, p. 3; Bezzel, I. Erasmus, 109. 494 pages plus index. size of each page 12 cm by 6.3 cm (4.8"by 2.5").original leather binding,no worm holes,no dog ears-excellent condition Buyer will pay $4.00 for registered air-mail and $100.00 for insurance . I accept payment by paypal.
Bookseller: ANTIQUARIUM-D.PINKUS (antiquarium3) [MODIIN, IL]
2019-03-26 08:12:06
Aufreri, Étienne (ca. 1450-1511)
[S.l.: Vicentius de Portonariis], 1533 [Colofón: Lugduni per Benedictum Bonnyn, anno . Mcccccxxxiij (1533) v. Iullij]. [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 3ª ed.- // 8º mayor, (177x120 mm).- [10], XC h.; sign.: Aa-Aa10, A-K8, L10; marca tipográfica de Vicentius de Portonariis en portada; portada enmarcada en orla arquitectónica xilografiada; iniciales xilografiadas; letra gótica; texto a dos columnas.- // Encuadernación s. XIX en piel moteada; lomo con cuatro nervios, con adornos y el título 'Opuscula aurea' grabados en dorado. Cerco de humedad antigua en punta inferior en todo el volumen; algunos subrayados y anotaciones marginales de diferentes épocas. Buen estado.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Baudrier, Bibliographie lyonnaise, V, p. 447-448.- // Jurisconsulto nacido en Poitiers a mediados del siglo XV, Stephanus Auffreri -Étienne Aufreri(1)- estudió en la Universidad de Toulouse, trabajando como notario y abogado. En la década de 1480 se dcotoró en Derecho canónico, enviudó, se doctoró en Derecho civil, tomó los habitos, obtuvo una cátedra de Derecho canónico en la Universidad, y entró a trabajar en la Corte de justicia -Parlement- de Toulouse (que, en 1443, había sido la primera de las que, tras la reforma de Carlos VII, se erigieron fuera de París) llegando a formar parte como conse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-26 06:30:58
Denis the Carthusian:
Köln (Cologne), Peter Quentel, 1533. 8vo [153 x 99 mm] 18th century morocco with gilt floral ornaments on spine, gilt border on both covers, inside dentelles, all edges gilt. (16), 628, (i.e. 626), (2) pp. ------------------------------------------- FIRST EDITION. Very rare collection of the anti-Islamic works by Denis the Carthusian (1402-1471). His Contra Alchoranum was written around 1454 and contains numerous quotations from the Quran, using the first Latin translation by Robert of Ketton. It was first printed some eighty years later in this collection, preceding the earliest complete Latin edition of the Quran by a few years. In 1540, a paraphrased abridged German translation of Contra Alchoranum was published in Strasbourg under the title "Alchoran. Das ist, des Mahometischen Gesatzbuochs, und Turckischen Aberglaubens ynnhalt und ablanung." ------------------------------------------------------------------- Also included are Denis' works "Dialogus disputationis inter Christianum et Sarracenum"; "Epistola ad Principes catholicos" and "Contra Vitia superstitionum quibus circa cultum veri Dei erratur". In his Epistola, written soon after the fall of Constantinople (1453), Denis urging all the princes of Europe to amend their lives, to cease their dissensions, and to join in war against their common enemy, the Turks. A general council being in his opinion the only means of procuring serious reform. - Very good condition. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Bibliography: VD-16 D-1863; Gollner "Turcica" 495; Adams D-539 la … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Völkel [Germany]
2019-03-21 16:11:18
Erasmus, Desiderius
Excudebat Christianus Wechelus [Chrétien Wechel], sub scuto Basiliensi, in uico Iacobaeo, Paris, 1533. First edition. Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf verso. Papered spine. 30, (2) p. A rare edition of the last two colloquies of Erasmus, Epicureus (The Epicurean), and Problema (A Problem). Scarce, we could trace only five copies in institutional holdings (British Library; BNF; Paris, Mazarine; University of Oxford; University of Illinois). Water stain to upper corners of last four leaves. Contemporary, faint Latin note in ink on the final page. In fine condition. First edition. Woodcut printer's device on title page and final leaf verso. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2019-03-11 14:54:17
APIAN, Peter
Ingolstadt: Cum gratia & privilegio caefareo ad triginta annos [P. Apianus], 1533. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (285 x 192 mm). 5, 54 unnumbered leaves, including 5 (of 9) supplementary woodcut leaves bound after title. Gothic types. Signatures: pi1 A4 chi1 B-N4. Title-printed in red and black with the imprint added in red and with large woodcut vignette, full-page woodcut arms of the dedicatee on title verso, 84 woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text (including unassembled volvelle parts), depicting quadrants and other observational instruments, their use, and constellations. Leaf chi1 bound before A1. Bound in later card-boards, spine titled in manuscript and with shelf-mark paper label (extremities rubbed and slightly chipped, boards soiled and stained, corners bumped), red-sprinkled edges. Text very little browned, occasional minor spotting, fore-margin trimmed close touching four woodcut illustrations and saving two a few millimeters, mostly light waterstaining to lower margin of about 20 leaves, small holes near lower corner of final two leaves. ---- BMC German 37; Honeyman 1:113; Houzeau & Lancaster 2398; LC/Rosenwald 460; Stillwell Science 812; Van Ortroy 104. FIRST EDITION, WITH 5 VERY RARE SUPPLEMENTARY WOODCUT LEAVES. "Apian wrote on a wide range of scholarly and scientific topics. He designed a number of ingenious astronomical instruments for measuring celestial angles -, mostly combinations of graduated scales and travelling sights on the usual lines of the times" (Wolf, History of Science). The book is richly illustrated with a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2019-02-28 09:56:47
CAELIUS AURELIANUS
Lutetiae Parisiorum: 1533. CAELIUS AURELIANUS & RHASES - Caelii Aureliani methodici siccensis liber celerum vel acutarum passionum [Ensemble] Rhasis philosophi tractatus nonus ad regem almansorem, de curatione morborum particularium CAELIUS AURELIANUS & RHASES Caelii Aureliani methodici siccensis liber celerum vel acutarum passionum [Ensemble] Rhasis philosophi tractatus nonus ad regem almansorem, de curatione morborum particularium Apud Simonem Colinaeum [Simon Coline], Lutetiae Parisiorum 1533 - 1534, In-8 (10x16,8cm), 131ff. ; 56ff., relié. Edition très rare réalisée par Johann Winther d'après l'épître. Il s'agit sans aucun doute de l'édition princeps de ce texte, on n'en trouve en effet aucune édition antérieure ; une autre édition en 1529 chez Henricus Petrus Basile concernait l'adaptation d'une oeuvre de Oribase par Caelius Aurelianus, Tardarum Passionum. On ne trouve dans les catalogues consultables en ligne qu'un seul exemplaire en France à la bibliothèque Mazarine, et deux exemplaires au Royaume-Uni, un à Oxford et un au Royal College of Surgeons. Nombreuses lettrines de style criblé.Le second ouvrage est l'oeuvre de Rhases, Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, célèbre médecin iranien de la fin du IXe siècle et du début du Xe : De curatione morborum particularium. Edition très rare. Aucun exemplaire repéré dans les catalogues français, un à Oxford et un second à Durham.Les deux ouvrages emploient une romaine ronde, très lisible, à une époque où en France, le recours à la gothique était encore très courant.Reliure en plein veau brun d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-02-26 23:14:28
XENOPHON
1533. Title within woodcut architectural border. Printed throughout in black letter save for the "To the reader" on verso of title. 64 leaves. Small 8vo, 17th-cent. panelled calf (rubbed & a little worn, natural paper flaw to title with no loss of text, blank lower half of colophon leaf cut away without loss). Colophon: "Imprinted at London in Fletestrete, by Thomas Berthelet printer to the kynges most noble grace. An. M.D.xxxii." [bound with]: [FITZHERBERT, John]. The Boke of Husbandry. Title within same woodcut architectural border. Printed in black letter. 6 p.l., 90 leaves. Small 8vo (E4 with a natural paper tear with slight loss of text, faint dampstaining). Colophon: "Imprinted at London in fletestrete in the house of Thomas Berthelet," [1533?]. A most appealing sammelband of two quite early and rare English agricultural works. I. First edition of Gentian Hervet's translation into English of Xenophon's Oeconomicus, one of the earliest works on economics. Also concerned with household management and agriculture, it remains one of our chief sources for what we know of Greek farming in Homeric times. "Xenophon, who lived in the fifth century BC, was a small farmer. He owned a little estate near Scilla. It was isolated but fertile, and Xenophon lived there twenty years, satisfied with farming and hunting. He was perhaps the first writer to stress the importance of the master's eye. The tenants ought to be watched whether setting trees, tilling, renewing the ground, sowing, or carrying out the fruit. The master should know the nature of his s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller Inc. [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-02-19 06:08:35
Justinian I, Emperor of the East
1533. Paris, 1533. Annotated Extensively in Two Contemporary Hands Justinian I, Emperor of the East [482-565 CE]. Accorso, Francisco (Accursius) [c.1182-c.1260], Glossator. Perrin, Gilles [1479-1537], Editor. Institutionum Civilium Libri Quatuor, Una Cum Accursii Commentariis, ac Multorum Jurisdoctorum Annotationibus, Majore Cura Quam Unquam Antehac, cum in Textu, Tum in Glossis ab Egidio Perrino, Officiali de Josaio, Emendati, Scholiis Illustrati. Justiniani vita et Uberimo Materiarum (Quas Vocant) Indice, Seu Repertorio, Nunc Primum Aucti. Paris: Ex Officina Claudii Chevallonii, 1533. [xxv], 3, 271 ff. Main text in double columns with linear gloss. Quarto (10" x 7-3/4"). Early calf with recent rebacking, blind rules to boards, blind rules and gilt title to spine, hinges mended. moderate rubbing to boards, corners worn, light rubbing to joints, a few minor nicks to spine, hinges partially cracked, armorial bookplate of Thomas Fitzherbert, Esq., dated 1749, and small bookplate of Nathan Comfort Starr to front pastedown, faint embossed owner stamp to a few leaves. Printed throughout in red and black, large woodcut printer's device to title page, woodcut initials and double-page woodcut Arbor Civilis. Light toning, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, light edgewear to ptreliminaries and index leaves, annotated throughout, with occasional underlining, in two sixteenth-century English hands. $2,500. * Along with the Digest, Code and Novels, the Institutes is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. Intended for students, the Institutes is an ele … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2019-02-17 03:11:32
Biblia latina -
Venetiis [Venedig], in officina Lucaeantoni Iuntae, 1533. 12,2 x 9 cm. 552 num Bl. Zeitgenössisches Ganzleder über Holzdeckel mit (fasr vollständig oxydierter) Gold- und Blindprägung auf beiden Deckeln, Reste von zwei Messingschliessen. Handschriftlicher Titel am Rücken. Einband stärker berieben und bestossen, Rücken und hinteres Gelenk teilweise mit Leder hinterlegt, hinterer Vorsatz erneuert. Hinterer Deckel mit starkem Abrieb (oder Hitzeschaden). Bewegliche Teile der Schliessen fehlen. Gelöschter handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk auf dem Titelblatt. Aussenlagen etwas wurmlöchrig. Vereinzelt etwas fleckig. Ein Blatt mit Papiereinriss. BM STC Italy S. 92. USTC 802631. EDIT16 (CNCE) 5784. Nicht bei Darlow & Moule, Adams, Machiels. Dritter Band einer sechsbändigen Giunta-Edition in Duodez. Eine Quart-Ausgabe war bereits 1511 erschienen. Ausserhalb Italiens selten anzutreffen, das Exemplar der BSB München (B. lat. 106) als Verlust gemeldet. Vorderdeckel mit blindgeprägtem Titel "LIBER PROPHE[arum]" und großer hochovaler Kreuzigungsszene. Single volume of a Bible edition in 6 vol. published by Lucantonio Giunta in 1533-1534. Marginal wormholes, foxing, small or light marginal dampstains, tears without lack in fol. 199. Contemporary blind stamped calf, wooden boards, upper board titled and decorated with one medallion figuring the crucifixion, fillets, roll-stamps and fleurons, lower board decorated with roll-stamps ornamented with portraits, ribbed spine. Lower board partly stained or rubbed.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
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2019-02-16 16:59:20
LONDON: Very good. Willis, Browne. An History of the Mitred Parliamentary Abbies and Conventual Cathedral Churches, shewing the times of their foundations, and what alterations they have undergone. With some descriptions of their monuments, and dimensions of their buildings &c. together With a catalogue of their Abbots, Priors, &c. To which are annexed several other lists of the principals of divers Monasteries; the number of monks at the surrender and the names of all the last Abbats, Priors &c. who signed the same; as far as thet have come to hand. With exact account of those religious men and women and chantry priests receiving pensions throughout England and Wales. 1533 A work among other uses necessary to several charters sans date; and helpful to such who shall treat of families and dignified persons. For whose benefit are subjoined large indexes. The whole extracted out of very curious manuscripts &c which have been many years collecting by the most eminent antiquaries; and faithfully published. London W. Bowyer, 1718-19. 2 vol.;Vol 1 Title + vi + 336 + index [l] + xxi addendum, Vol 2 xi + iii + 380 + index [xxxiii] + addendum [xxx]. Modern quarter marbled calf, five raised gilt lined bands, gilt spine labels. RARE. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ephialtes58 [Sheffield, GB]
2019-02-01 18:26:58
Vogtherr, Bartholomäus.
Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 6. Oktober 1533]. (2 [statt 4]), LXXVII (statt LXXVIII) Bll. (fehlen Titel mit dem Titelholzschnitt sowie letztes Blatt des Index und Bl. XXVIII). Moderner marmorierter Pappband. 4to. Zweite Steiner-Ausgabe des erstmals 1531 erschienenen, in allen Ausgaben seltenen Volksbuches: eine der frühesten Anweisungen zur medizinischen Selbsthilfe in der Volkssprache. Bartholomäus (oder Balthasar) Vogtherr (oder Vogter) war Augenarzt in Dilingen und beim Bischof von Augsburg. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. wasserrandig; teils knapp beschnitten. Es fehlen der Titel mit dem paracelsischen Holzschnitt ("Beinheilung" aus der Großen Wundarznei) und der Vorrede verso, ein Blatt Register sowie ein Textblatt (alle im Faksimile beiliegend). Durling 4687. Wellcome I, 6668. Waller 10035. Vgl. VD 16, V 2150 (Ausg. 1533 nicht geführt). BM-STC 901. Nicht bei Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-01 18:26:58
Vogtherr, Bartholomäus.
(Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 7. April) 1533. (8), LXXIII Bll. Mit großer Holzschnittillustration am Titel (am Schluss des Registers wiederholt). Moderner marmorierter Pappband. 4to. Frühe Ausgabe von Vogtherrs zweitem volksmedizinischen Werk; Steiner hatte schon 1531 die Erstausgabe besorgt. "A very rare book on distilling" (Duveen) mit entsprechendem Holzschnitt. Bartholomäus (oder Balthasar) Vogtherr (oder Vogter) war Augenarzt in Dilingen und beim Bischof von Augsburg. - Durchgehend etwas gebräunt bzw. wasserrandig; teils knapp beschnitten. Selten. VD 16, V 2156. Durling 4690. Wellcome 6667. Neu 4246. Vgl. Duveen 606; Rosenthal 3269 (Ausg. 1541). Nicht bei Waller, BM-STC German oder Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-02-01 10:07:45
SAVONAROLA Girolamo
In fine: In Venetiis, per Bernardinum de Vianis de Lexona vercellensem. Anno dni. 1533 Die XIIII, mensis Novembris. In 8¡ (cm. 14,8), legatura fine '700 in Mz. pelle, titolo oro al dorso; cc. 63 numerate solo al recto. bella vignetta xilografica al frontis.; cinque capilettera figurati in xilografia, testo in elegante carattere rotondo. Poche carte brunite, margini leggermente corti, piccole abrasioni alla legatura, altrimenti esemplare ben conservato. Edizione molto rara. Olschki Choix nr. 5278; Adams, vol. II , 479; BM STC Italian pag. 612. Solo cinque copie nelle biblioteche italiane (ICCU, CNCE 38549).
Bookseller: Maria Calabrò Studio Bibliografico [TREVIGNANO ROMANO, RM, Italy]
2019-02-01 01:21:08
CAVICEO, Iacopo.
S.n.t. (Venezia?), 1533. in-8, ff. 279 (manca il f. 273 dell'indice e l'ultimo bianco), legatura 600sca piena pergamena, tit. ms. al dorso. Testo in carattere corsivo. In fine è la Vita dell'autore scritta da Giorgio Anselmo. Edizione assai rara (la prima apparve a Parma nel 1508). Vero e proprio romanzo, tra i primi della letteratura volgare italiana, il Pellegrino di Iacopo Caviceo (1443-1511) narra le avventure e gli amori di Peregrino e di Ginevra, che in parte ritraggono l'avventurosa vita dell'autore e riprendono il Filocolo del Boccaccio e le fortunose vicende di Fiorio e Biancofore; la figurazione dell'oltretomba ricorda alquanto l' Eneide e la Divina Commedia. La lingua è il volgare antico con un'abbondanza di dialettismi e latinismi. Esempl. assai buono (nonostante la mancanza dichiarata e un ampio restauro nel margine bianco alto del foglio di titolo).. BMC 163. Adams C-1189. ICCU III, 2582..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2019-01-31 19:37:52
SOCIO Nobile
[Colophon]: Stampata in Vinegia, per maestro Bernardino de Vitali Veneciano, 1533. In-4, cc. n.n. 90. Segnatura: a-y4; z2. Carattere corsivo e tondetto romano. Legatura moderna in tutto marocchino con merletto interno in oro. Lieve alone al margine inferiore esterno della seconda parte, per altro buon esemplare. Raro. Edizione originale di questa fortunata opera del medico salodiano Socio, fatta di brevi dialoghi, apologhi e ballate ispirate alla materia amorosa platonicamente vestita. Ricercata febbrilmente da giovani lettori e lettrici del secolo in cui vide la luce, fors'anche in ragione di qualche descrizione non propriamente elevata che ne colora alcuni passaggi, l'opera divenne di poi praticamente irreperibile. L'autore fu archiatra dell'Imperatore dei Turchi e del Pascià di Damasco ed è perciò ricordato dai suoi rari biografi quale buon conoscitore di quelle lingue d'Oriente. Bibliografia:. BMC (s.t.) p. 631. Haym, III, p. 44. Edit on-line, 38035. Ebert, 21372. Cat. Hoepli, Cento Libri Piacevoli, 1936, n. 87. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2019-01-31 18:16:11
APIANUS, Petrus
Folio. 20 h. inc. port. a dos tintas –rojo y negro–y gran grabado en madera, 25 grandes grabados xilográficos. Encuadernados en el mismo volumen: APIANUS, Petrus Folium populi. Instrumentum hoc a Petro Apiano iam recens inventum, et in figuram folii populi redactum per radios. Ingolstadii, [P. Apianus], 1533. 11 h. sin num. inc. port. a dos tintas –rojo y negro– con gran grabado en madera a toda plana representando a un astrónomo árabe y un astrónomo europeo. (Sigue) FILÓN DE ALEJANDRÍA. Philonis iudaei Alexandrini, Libri antiquitatum quaestionum et solutio num in genesin. de essaeis. De nominibus hebraicis. De mundo. Basileae, per Adamum Petrum, 1527. 4 h. inc. port. con escudo grabado en madera, 142 p., 1 h. con la marca del impresor al vuelto. (Sigue) BEDA el Venerable. Bedae Presbyteri Anglosaxonis Viri ervditissimi de natvra rervm et temporvm ratione libri dvo. Basileae, excudebat Henricus Petrus, 1529. 16 h. inc. port., 74 fols.L os cuatro en un mismo vol. fol. (25,4 x 18,5 cm.) Pasta española del siglo XVIII, lomo liso, con tejuelo rojo e hilos dorados. Precioso volumen facticio con cuatro interesantísimos textos. I: Primera edición, rara y estimada, impresa en la propia prensa del autor en Ingolstadt, de la descripción que hace el propio Apiano, el que fuera astrónomo de Carlos V, de uno de sus instrumentos científicos, el horoscopion, ingenioso instrumento como un astrolabio que ofrecía un método muy exacto para conocer la hora mediante el sol durante el día, y de noche con la Luna, los planetas y las estrellas. Añadía tablas de distancias y alturas de los cuerpos … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón [Madrid, Spain]
2019-01-30 09:37:40
CAELIUS AURELIANUS & RHASES
Lutetiae Parisiorum: 1533. CAELIUS AURELIANUS & RHASESCaelii Aureliani methodici siccensis liber celerum vel acutarum passionum [with] Rhasis philosophi tractatus nonus ad regem almansorem, de curatione morborum particulariumApud Simonem Colinaeum [Simon Coline], Lutetiae Parisiorum 1533-1534, in-8 (10 x 16,8 cm), 131 ff.; 56 ff., contemporary calf bindingVery rare edition by Johann Winther, based on the epistle. This is undoubtedly the first edition, as there is indeed no previous edition found of this text. Another edition in 1529 by Henricus Petrus Basile concerned the adaptation of Oribase's work by Caelius Aurelianus, Tardarum Passionum. Only one copy can be found in the online catalogs: one is held in France at the Mazarine Library, and two copies are held in the United Kingdom, one in Oxford and one at the Royal College of Surgeons. Numerous dropped capitals in stipple style.The second work is the work of Ab? Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakariyy? al-R?z? (Rhazes), a famous Iranian physician of the late 9th and early 10th centuries: Curatione morborum particularium. Very rare edition. No copy found in the French catalogs; one found in Oxford and another one in Durham.Both works use a round, very readable Roman script, at a time when in France the use of Gothic was still very common.Full brown calf, contemporary binding. Spine with Jansenist compartments. Blind tooled Renaissance frieze ornaments andfoliated scrolls; central fleuron. Slighlty and skilfully restored binding, a particularly fresh ensemble.Latin adaptation in 3 books of a lost work by Soranos of Ephesus, Celeres pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Paris Rare Books and Manuscripts (paris-rare-books) [France, FR]
2019-01-30 00:56:33
CAPELLA Galeazzo Flavio
Venetia,: nelle case delli heredi d'Aldo Romano, & d'Andrea d'Asola, 1533. Venetia, nelle case delli heredi d'Aldo Romano, & d'Andrea d'Asola, 1533. In-24 gr. (mm. 145x90), mz. pergamena con ang. settecentesca, tagli rossi, 75 cc.num. (mal numer. 74, la c. 56 è ripetuta), 1 c.nn., incluso il frontespizio con l'ancora aldina, xilografata anche al verso dell'ultima carta. Rara "edizione originale" di questo “ragionamento della natura umana”, primo libro composto da Galeazzo Capella (Capra, Cappella) (1487-1537), letterato e umanista milanese, stimato universalmente per le capacità di scrittore e i costumi integerrimi. Cfr. Renouard,10, p. 110: “Le premier livre de cet ouvrage traite de la dignité de l'homme; le second, de la dignité de la femme; et le troisième, de la misère des deux sexes, et de la vanitè de leurs affections” - Adams.I, p. 238 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 145. Lieviss. alone sulle prime carte, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas [Italy]
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2019-01-26 06:38:16
1533. Sebastian MUNSTER Cosmographia universale. Köln, A.yrckmanno, 1575 La plus fameuse cosmographie de la Renaissance, illustrée par plus de 50 cartes et 900 bois gravés. Bel exemplaire, complet. Pour plus de détails : cliquer ici.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude (robinier) [Paris, FR]
2019-01-25 00:46:29
PLINE LE JEUNE
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris): PLINE LE JEUNE Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (dit) & SUETONE - C. Plini secundi novocomensis de viris illustratibus liber. Suetone Tranquilli de claris gramaticis & rhetoribus liber. Iulii obsequentis prodigiorum liber imperfectus. PLINE LE JEUNE Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (dit) & SUETONE C. Plini secundi novocomensis de viris illustratibus liber. Suetone Tranquilli de claris gramaticis & rhetoribus liber. Iulii obsequentis prodigiorum liber imperfectus. Ex officina Roberti Stephani(Robert Estienne), Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1533, Pet. in-8 (10x16cm), relié. Nouvelle édition. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Colophon : Excudebat Robertus STephanus Parisiis, Ann. M. D. XXXIII. octavo cal. sept.Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée ca 1920, pastiche d'une reliure Renaissance, signée L. P. Thébaut. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 petits fleurons. Médaillon central sur les plats, et filet gras d'encadrement. Accroc avec manque en queue. Tache noire en tête et queue. Coins frottés. Quelques rousseurs. Mors fendillés. Bon exemplaire. Recueil de trois textes d'écrivains romains : Les vies illustres de Pline Le Jeune, qui sont de courtes biographiques sur des hommes célèbres (Pompée, Annibal, Scipion...) ; Le livre de Suetone sur les grammairiens et les rhéteurs est la dernière partie des Vies des hommes illustres (il ne nous a pas été transmis complètement), et enfin, le fameux livre des prodiges de Julius Obsequens qui relate les augures et les événements étranges et merveilleux survenus à Rome entre 249 avant J.C. et … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet [FRA, FR]
2019-01-01 07:29:00
Luther Martin
I) Nicht im VD 16 und auch sonst kein Exemplar über KVK nachweisbar.- Sehr seltene Ausgabe des "Jesus Sirach" in der erstmals 1533 erschienenen Wittenberger Übersetzung des "liber ecclesiasticus" aus dem Alten Testament.- Titel in Rot u. Schwarz.- II) Diese Ausgabe nicht im VD 16 (vgl. VD16 ZV 16376 Ausg. 1571) und auch sonst kein Exemplar über KVK nachweisbar.- Frühe Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung durch Georg Lauterbeck (gest. 1578) nach Luthers Übersetzung.- Titel in Rot u. Schwarz.- Nur gering gebräunt od. fleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben, Rücken ausgebliechen, Unterkante d. hint. Deckel durch Wurmfraß etw. beschädigt.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
2018-11-27 00:17:11
EUCLID
Basel: Johannes Herwagen, 1533. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Near Fine. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. September 1533. Folio (307x205 mm). [12], 1-268, 1-115 [1] pp. With numerous woodcut diagrams printed in text, register and colophon on K4r, woodcut printer's device on K4v and title, decorative woodcut border on p.1. 17th century full flexible vellum (soiled, little bumped), spine titled in manuscript. Internally fresh with only very minor occasional spotting, title page with old ownership inscription (Jesuit collegium), an unobtrusive repair at top gutter not affecting text and a slight diagonal crease. A very fine, unusually wide-margined copy, free of markings or stamps. ---- Adams E 890; Norman 730; Thomas-Stanford 7. - 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 Protestant theologian 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 on the first book of the Elements by the brilliant fifth-century neoplatonist mathematician and astronomer Proclus. 'Because of his interest in the principles underlying mathematical thought and their relation to ultimate mathematical principles, Proclus' commentary is a notable - … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
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2018-11-26 07:51:17
TASSO, Torquato (1544-1595)
Girolamo Discepolo ad instantia di Marc'Antonio Palazzolo [Girolamo Discepolo ad instantia di Marc'Antonio Palazzolo], 1533. In 8vo (mm 178x110). Carte [8], 56. Segnatura: a8, A-G8. Marca tipografica del Palazzolo al frontespizio, fregi e iniziali incise in legno. Arrossature e fioriture, più evidenti sul titolo, volume un po' sciolto e parzialmente staccato dal dorso. Legatura del Seicento in piena pergamena rigida, titolo in oro su tassello al dorso, tagli spruzzati in rosso e marrone con titolo manoscritto su taglio inferiore (qualche macchia, piccolo mancanze e due restauri ai piatti). Al frontespizio firma di appartenenza "Victoris Algaroti phisicj", da ricondurre al celebre medico Vittorio Algarotti (1533-1604), uno dei primi e più strenui propugnatori dell'uso dell'antimonio, di cui per primo ottenne e introdusse in terapia l'ossicloruro, ovvero una polvere cristallina da lui denominata pulvis angelicus che è rimasta nota, fino ai giorni nostri, come polvere di Algarotti. Tre segnature manoscritte, di cui due in inchiostro cassate, al contropiatto anteriore. Probabile seconda edizione di questa fortunata tragedia, la cui prima edizione, con dedica al Duca di Mantova Vincenzo Gonzaga, venne stampata nello stesso anno a Bergamo in formato in 4to. La presente edizione, oltre alla dedica originale del Tasso, reca inoltre una dedica indirizzata dall'editore Marco Antonio Palazzolo ad Ettore Pedemonte. L'opera ebbe tale successo che nel solo anno 1587 ben 10 edizioni apparvero sul mercato, stampate in diverse città italiane, tra cui Ferrara, Mantova, Venezia, Cremona, Geno … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [Italy]
2018-11-24 07:47:59
SUETONIUS TRANQUILLUS, Gaius
Basel, Froben and Episcopus July 1533. Folio (320 x 222 mm), [44], 786, [84] pages, printer's woodcut device on title and last page, fine woodcut initials from the Kinderschule. Contemporary Basel binding of blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, title in gilt on front cover, brass clasps and catches, from the Pillone library with painted edges by Cesare Vecellio. Edges painted blue with medallion portraits of the twelve Caesars (six on the fore-edge, three each on the other two edges). Provenance: Odorico Pillone (1503-1593, fore-edge painting); Sir Thomas Brooke (1830-1908, bookplate); sold by his heirs in 1957 as part of the Pillone collection to Pierre Beres (catalogue Bibliotheque Pillone, 1957, no. 97); G. Nordback (bookplate). Last gathering with old repairs along gutter, a few foremargins lightly dampstained, decoration on fore-edge lightly faded. A very ne copy. A fine Pillone binding with fore-edge painting by Cesare Vecellio.Th is copy is one of 172 books from the celebrated Pillone library with fore-edge or binding decoration by Titian's cousin Cesare Vecellio (1530-1600). Vecellio's enhancements were commissioned in the 1580s by Odorico Pillone or possibly by his son Giorgio, friends of Vecellio, whose family stemmed from the same valley in the foothills of the Alps, and who mentions the Pillones' collections in his famous costume-book, De gli habiti antichi et moderni (Venice 1590). Vecellio painted the fore-edges of the majority of the books, which are bound in boards, while 21 books are in simple vellum bindings whose covers he and other artists filled wit … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2018-11-06 03:47:47
Agrippa, Heinrich Cornelius
[Cologne?]: [Johannes Solter], 1533. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket. 4to [190.5mm x 311.15mm]. First Edition containing all three works. Full leather binding with gilt device on front and rear board. Red morocco spine label and raised bands. In custom made slipcase with image of title page mounted on front. [12] CCLXII. A woodcut portrait of Agrippa on title page. Includes charts with astrological symbols, planetary and elemental sigils, and pentagram and cabalistic images. With seven woodcut figures depicting celestial influences and properties of the human body. An early ownership inscription of M. de Fromantin on front free endpaper and repeated on title page, faded. Bibliographic notes written in French to the verso of front free endpaper. Sporadic stains to pages. Two small tears to bottom corners of p. cxlii, and cxlvii, text unaffected. Light rubbing to boards. Slight cracking at joints, with small chip to spine head. Otherwise a very good copy of this influential work of magical thinking during the renaissance, which contributed to philosophical thought and occultism in the West. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa [1486-1535] was a German polymath and soldier, who studied theology, medicine and law. Agrippa wrote De Occulta Philosophia Libri Tres between 1509 and 1510 while studying with humanist, cryptographer and magician Johannes Trithemius [1462-1516], to which he dedicated his first draft. Divided into three books concerning natural magic, celestial magic, and ceremonial ritual magic, Agrippa's De Occulta Philosophia influenced later occultists includi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Minotavros Books, ABAC/ILAB [Whitby, ON, Canada]
2018-11-04 16:50:36
Romberch
Venice, Melchiorre Sessa. Cc. 104 con 23 figure in legno nel testo, per lo più a piena pagina. Segnatura: A-N8. Marca tipografica, registro e colophon a c. N8r. Carta N8v bianca. (legato con:) TOMASI (o TOMAI), Pietro (Petrus Ravennas, ca. 1448-1508). Foenix domini Petri Ravennatis memoriae magistri. In fine: Venezia, Pietro Nicolini da Sabbio per Melchiorre Sessa, settembre 1533. Cc. [20, di cui l'ultima bianca]. Segnatura: A-B8 C4. Carte C3v e C4 bianche. Grande marca tipografica al titolo. Colophon a c. C3r. Due opere in un volume in 8vo (mm. 159x102). Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titolo manoscritto lungo il dorso (mancano i legacci). Note manoscritte sul risguardo libero anteriore. Sul frontespizio la data "1573 4 Feb. Ii" e varie firme di appartenenza (in parte cassate): "Gasparis Jovanelli Gandinensis", "ex libris Julij Caesaris Lallini [?]", "Hieronymi de Reverello". Qualche lieve brunitura e fioritura sparsa, ma ottima copia fresca e genuina. I. SECONDA EDIZIONE (1a Venezia, 1520). Insieme al fiorentino Cosimo Rosselli, Johann Host von Romberch riassume nel suo trattato la tradizione scolatica dell'arte mnemotecnica che era stata appannaggio per secoli dell'Ordine dei Domenicani. Il Congestorium "was widely read throughout sixteenth-century Europe" (P. Rossi, Logic and the Art of Memory. The Quest for a Universal Language, London, 2000, p. 20). "Il Congestorium artificiosae memoriae ha un titolo appropriato perché si tratta veramente di una strana congerie di materiale mnemonico. Romberch conosce tutte e tre le fonti classiche, non solo, dun … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-10-14 10:35:50
CAELIUS AURELIANUS & RHASES
Apud Simonem Colinaeum|[Simon Coline]. - Apud Simonem Colinaeum [Simon Coline], Lutetiae Parisiorum 1533-1534, in-8 (10x16,8cm), 131ff. ; 56ff., relié. - Lateinische Adaption in 3 Büchern eines verlorenen Werkes von Soranos von Ephesus, der Celeres passiones, griechischer Arzt des zweiten Jahrhunderts der Schule der Methodisten, von denen Caelius Aurelianus behauptete. Diese Schule basierte auf Therapeutika und dem Gebrauch von Drogen, Medikamenten und Hygiene. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Édition très rare réalisée par Johann Winther d'après l'épître. Il s'agit sans aucun doute de l'édition princeps de ce texte, on n'en trouve en effet aucune édition antérieure. Une autre édition est parue en 1529 chez Henricus Petrus Basile et concernait l'adaptation d'une œuvre d'Oribase par Caelius Aurelianus, Tardarum Passionum. On ne trouve dans les catalogues consultables en ligne qu'un seul exemplaire en France à la bibliothèque Mazarine, et deux exemplaires au Royaume-Uni : un à Oxford et un au Royal College of Surgeons. Nombreuses lettrines criblées. Le second ouvrage, intitulé De curatione morborum particularium, est l'œuvre de Rhases, Aboubakr Mohammad ibn Zakarria Razi, célèbre médecin iranien de la fin du IXème siècle et du début du Xème. Il s'agit d'une édition très rare. Aucun exemplaire repéré dans les catalogues français, un à Oxford et un second à Durham. Les deux ouvrages emploient une romaine ronde, très lisible, à une époque où en France, le recours à la gothique était encore très courant. Reliure de l'époque en plein veau brun, dos à cinq nerfs janséniste, frise Renaiss … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2018-10-09 12:21:25
Marineo Sículo, Lucio
Miguel de Eguía, Alcalá de Henares, 1533. -Tamaño cuarto: 10 h. con el grabado inicial, prólogo y tabla (facsimiladas), CXCI h. (últimas 3 h. facsimiladas: la última hoja, fue facsimilada de la edición de 1530) y hoja CLXIII restaurada.;-Encuadernado en pergamino moderno con cierres.;-Vid la ficha "Granada, la ciudad Carolina y la Universidad": pag. 99.
Bookseller: Arriola Lerchundi [Bilbao, Spain]
2018-10-06 09:31:35
Christophe de Longueil (Mechelen 1490-Padova 1522), Bembo Pietro (1470-1547), Sadoleto Jacopo (1477-1547), Pole Reginald (1500-1558), Giunta Bernardo (1487-1551)
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 superiorità francese sulla civiltà 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.
Bookseller: Ferraguti Libreria e rivisteria [IT]
2018-10-06 09:31:35
PLINE LE JEUNE Caius Plinius Caecilius Secundus (dit) & SUETONE
- Ex officina Roberti Stephani(Robert Estienne), Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1533, Pet. in-8 (10x16cm), relié. - Edizione originale. il marchio di stampanti in frontespizio. Colophon: Excudebat Robertus Stephanus Parisiis, Ann. MD XXXIII. ottavo cal. settembre Bound in piena marrone di pelle di pecora in marmo ca 1920, un pastiche di rinascita vincolante. Indietro con i nervi decorata con 5 piccole cimette. medaglione centrale sui piatti, e al netto gestionale grassetto. Hitch con la coda mancante. macchia nera in testa e la coda. angoli strofinato. Buona copia. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Colophon : Excudebat Robertus STephanus Parisiis, Ann. M. D. XXXIII. octavo cal. sept. Reliure en pleine basane brune marbrée ca 1920, pastiche d'une reliure Renaissance, signée L. P. Thébaut. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 petits fleurons. Médaillon central sur les plats, et filet gras d'encadrement. Accroc avec manque en queue. Tache noire en tête et queue. Coins frottés. Quelques rousseurs. Mors fendillés. Bon exemplaire. Recueil de trois textes d'écrivains romains : Les vies illustres de Pline Le Jeune, qui sont de courtes biographiques sur des hommes célèbres (Pompée, Annibal, Scipion...) ; Le livre de Suetone sur les grammairiens et les rhéteurs est la dernière partie des Vies des hommes illustres (il ne nous a pas été transmis complètement), et enfin, le fameux livre des prodiges de Julius Obsequens qui relate les augures et les événements étranges et merveilleux survenus à Rome entre 249 avant J.C. et 12 après J.C. Cet o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2018-09-22 06:22:50
Judaica - Moses ben Ja'aqob , Münster, Sebastian [Bearb.],
Basel, Henricus Petrus mense Martio, an. MDXXXIII (1533). 2 Teile in einem Band. 15 x 9,5 cm. [168] Bl. (Hebräischer Teil, von rechts nach links gedruckt); [78] (von 80) Bl. (Lateinischer Teil, von links nach rechts gedruckt. die letzten drei Bl. weiß), Titel und A8 faksimiliert. Schmuckloses Halbleder des 19. Jhs. Einband berieben. 2 Blätter faksimiliert (s.o.). Titelblatt des hebr. Teils mit hinterlegten Ausschnitten am Ober- und Unterrand sowie Spuren eines unlesbaren alten Besitzeintrags. Folio f1 des lateinischen Teils mit kleiner Papierfehlstelle, wenige Buchstaben tangiert. VD16 M 6412. Prijs, Die Basler hebräischen Drucke 1964, Nr. 37. Nach Prijs ein Kompendium des "Großen Buchs der Gebote" von Moses aus Coucy. Herausgegeben und mit einer lateinischen Übersetzung versehen von Sebastian Münster. „Das Kompendium stellt nicht lediglich einen Auszug dar, sondern enthält stellenweise auch Zusätze aus anderen Werken [Wir] halten wir es für ausgeschlossen, daß das Kompendium, das einzig bekannte des berühmten Gesetzeskodex, von Münster oder einem anderen christlichen Hebraisten stammt. Als sein Verfasser kommt vielmehr nur ein Rabbiner in Betracht, dessen Manuskript, vielleicht ein Autograph, Münster in Händen hatte." (Prijs). „Die Rückseite des Titelblatts enthält unter der Überschrift Sebast. Munsterus pio lectori S. eine Art Verwahrung gegen den möglichen Vorwurf, daß er sich aus anderen Gründen zur Herausgabe dieser jüdisch-theologischen Schrift entschlossen habe, als um die Juden bloßzustellen oder, wie er wörtlich sagt, quam ut omnibus cupiam innotescere in quantam d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-09-20 00:22:01
Judaica - Moses ben Ja'aqob , Münster, Sebastian [Bearb.],
Basel, Henricus Petrus mense Martio, an. MDXXXIII (1533). 2 Teile in einem Band. 15 x 9,5 cm. [168] Bl. (Hebräischer Teil, von rechts nach links gedruckt); [78] (von 80) Bl. (Lateinischer Teil, von links nach rechts gedruckt. die letzten drei Bl. weiß), Titel und A8 faksimiliert. Schmuckloses Halbleder des 19. Jhs. Einband berieben. 2 Blätter faksimiliert (s.o.). Titelblatt des hebr. Teils mit hinterlegten Ausschnitten am Ober- und Unterrand sowie Spuren eines unlesbaren alten Besitzeintrags. Folio f1 des lateinischen Teils mit kleiner Papierfehlstelle, wenige Buchstaben tangiert. VD16 M 6412. Prijs, Die Basler hebräischen Drucke 1964, Nr. 37. Nach Prijs ein Kompendium des "Großen Buchs der Gebote" von Moses aus Coucy. Herausgegeben und mit einer lateinischen Übersetzung versehen von Sebastian Münster. „Das Kompendium stellt nicht lediglich einen Auszug dar, sondern enthält stellenweise auch Zusätze aus anderen Werken [Wir] halten wir es für ausgeschlossen, daß das Kompendium, das einzig bekannte des berühmten Gesetzeskodex, von Münster oder einem anderen christlichen Hebraisten stammt. Als sein Verfasser kommt vielmehr nur ein Rabbiner in Betracht, dessen Manuskript, vielleicht ein Autograph, Münster in Händen hatte." (Prijs). „Die Rückseite des Titelblatts enthält unter der Überschrift Sebast. Munsterus pio lectori S. eine Art Verwahrung gegen den möglichen Vorwurf, daß er sich aus anderen Gründen zur Herausgabe dieser jüdisch-theologischen Schrift entschlossen habe, als um die Juden bloßzustellen oder, wie er wörtlich sagt, quam ut omnibus cupiam innotescere in quantam d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
2018-09-18 13:52:15
Judaica - Moses ben Ja'aqob , Münster, Sebastian [Bearb.],
Basel, Henricus Petrus mense Martio, an. MDXXXIII (1533). 2 Teile in einem Band. 15 x 9,5 cm. [168] Bl. (Hebräischer Teil, von rechts nach links gedruckt); [78] (von 80) Bl. (Lateinischer Teil, von links nach rechts gedruckt. die letzten drei Bl. weiß), Titel und A8 faksimiliert. Schmuckloses Halbleder des 19. Jhs. Einband berieben. 2 Blätter faksimiliert (s.o.). Titelblatt des hebr. Teils mit hinterlegten Ausschnitten am Ober- und Unterrand sowie Spuren eines unlesbaren alten Besitzeintrags. Folio f1 des lateinischen Teils mit kleiner Papierfehlstelle, wenige Buchstaben tangiert. VD16 M 6412. Prijs, Die Basler hebräischen Drucke 1964, Nr. 37. Nach Prijs ein Kompendium des "Großen Buchs der Gebote" von Moses aus Coucy. Herausgegeben und mit einer lateinischen Übersetzung versehen von Sebastian Münster. „Das Kompendium stellt nicht lediglich einen Auszug dar, sondern enthält stellenweise auch Zusätze aus anderen Werken [Wir] halten wir es für ausgeschlossen, daß das Kompendium, das einzig bekannte des berühmten Gesetzeskodex, von Münster oder einem anderen christlichen Hebraisten stammt. Als sein Verfasser kommt vielmehr nur ein Rabbiner in Betracht, dessen Manuskript, vielleicht ein Autograph, Münster in Händen hatte." (Prijs). „Die Rückseite des Titelblatts enthält unter der Überschrift Sebast. Munsterus pio lectori S. eine Art Verwahrung gegen den möglichen Vorwurf, daß er sich aus anderen Gründen zur Herausgabe dieser jüdisch-theologischen Schrift entschlossen habe, als um die Juden bloßzustellen oder, wie er wörtlich sagt, quam ut omnibus cupiam innotescere in quantam d … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen [Trier, Germany]
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2018-09-13 16:44:31
ERASME
Paris, Jean Roigny, 1533. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : (10), 496, (26) pp. Reliure : Maroquin brun, dos à nerfs ornés, plats ornés d'un semi de fleurs de lys avec de grandes armes au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XVIIe). ____ Exemplaire aux armes d'Emmanuel-Joseph de Vignerot du Plessis (1639-1665), abbé commendataire de Marmoutiers, de saint-Ouen de Rouen, prieur de saint-Martin-des-champs à Paris, et petit neveu du Cardinal de Richelieu. Il mourut à l'âge de 26 ans sur le chemin du retour de la bataille de Saint-Gothard contre les Ottomans. Cet ouvrage, un des plus célèbres d'Erasme a été publié pour la première fois en 1531. Cette édition parisienne suit celle de Bâle, Froben, 1532, avec la même épître dédicatoire de l'auteur à Guillaume, duc de Clèves et de Juliers. Autre provenance : Ex-libris XIXe portant le monogramme CMBI et la devise "Plus penser que dire". Très bel bel exemplaire. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-09-13 08:32:03
ERASME
Jean Roigny, Paris, 1533. ______ Format : In-4. Collation : (10), 496, (26) pp. Reliure : Maroquin brun, dos à nerfs ornés, plats ornés d'un semi de fleurs de lys avec de grandes armes au centre, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XVIIe). ____ Exemplaire aux armes d'Emmanuel-Joseph de Vignerot du Plessis (1639-1665), abbé commendataire de Marmoutiers, de saint-Ouen de Rouen, prieur de saint-Martin-des-champs à Paris, et petit neveu du Cardinal de Richelieu. Il mourut à l'âge de 26 ans sur le chemin du retour de la bataille de Saint-Gothard contre les Ottomans. Cet ouvrage, un des plus célèbres d'Erasme a été publié pour la première fois en 1531. Cette édition parisienne suit celle de Bâle, Froben, 1532, avec la même épître dédicatoire de l'auteur à Guillaume, duc de Clèves et de Juliers. Autre provenance : Ex-libris XIXe portant le monogramme CMBI et la devise "Plus penser que dire". Très bel bel exemplaire. *-------*.
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [Paris, France]
2018-08-30 00:37:01
AGRIPPA, Henricus Cornelius.
[Johannes Solter, ?Cologne], 1533. First edition to contain all three parts, the first part having first appeared in 1530. Quarto. pp [xii], CCCLXII. Woodcut portrait of the author on title, astrological tables and woodcut figures, including seven showing the proportions and properties of the human body. Historiated initials. Period binding of full leather with raised bands, gilt device to each cover, red morocco title label. Early ownership inscription on front free endpaper of a M. de Fromantin, repeated but faded almost illegibility on title-page. On the verso of the front free endpaper is a long, probably 19th century, inscription in French giving extensive bibliographical details. Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa (1486-1535) was a German polymath whose career took him through much of Europe and into the fields of theology, medicine, law, soldiering and the occult. Occult Philosophy is his neoplatonic attempt to synthesize magic, scepticism and Christianity.Marginal stains in a few places. A couple of pages are slightly defective at bottom corners, not affecting text. Covers generally rubbed. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Peter Ellis, Bookseller, ABA, ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2018-07-08 06:25:48
THUKYDIDES.
Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 16. VI. 1533. Folio. 3 Bl., CLXIX num. Bl., 1 weißes Bl. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt, 48 (teils wiederholten u. 1 ganzseitigen) Textholzschnitten u. 1 Holzschnitt-Tafel. Blindgeprägter Halbschweinsleder d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln (gebräunt, etwas berieben u. bestoßen, Kapitale restauriert, Schließen fehlen). Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Hauptwerk des größten Historiographen des Perikleischen Zeitalters. Der Colmarer Stadtschultheiß Boner gehört zu den fruchtbarsten Übersetzern antiker Texte des deutschen Humanismus. Die vorliegende erste deutsche Übersetzung folgt der lateinischen Ausgabe von Lorenzo Valla (1452). - Die schönen Holzschnitte von und nach Schäufelein (3 monogrammiert), Breu, Burgkmair und dem Petrarcameister illustrieren See- und Reiterschlachten, Belagerungen, Sturmangriffe, Verhandlungsszenen und zeigen Ritter in prächtigen Rüstungen (etwa die Holzschnitt-Tafel anfangs, ferner das große Schlußbild nach Hans Burgkmair). Überwiegend gute Abdrucke. - VD 16, T 1128; Adams T 683; BM STC, German 860; Goedeke II, 319, 6; De Boor/Newald IV/2, 427; Muther 925, 1091; Nagler, Monogrammisten III/1444, S. 572, 21; Oldenbourg, Schäufelein L 171. - Leicht gebräunt u. teilw. leicht wasserrandig, vereinzelt kl. Wurmspuren. Gegen Ende mit größer werdendem Braunfleck im Seitensteg. Titelholzschnitt alt beikoloriert. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Berlin, Germany]
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2018-07-05 14:20:27
Philipp Melanchthon
1533. Octavo 6" x 4" x 1-1/2" Great condition! Especially for being nearly 500 years old. Melanchthon's commentary written in Latin with the Greek text of Romans at the rear- a must for any Reformation collector. Philip Melanchthon (aka Melanchton, Melancthon) (1497-1560) known as the Quiet Reformer and good friends with Martin Luther. Melanchthon began teaching Greek at the Wittemberg University in 1518 and helped Martin Luther translate the New Testament from the original Greek into the German tongue in 1521. Through the years, Melanchthon lectured on books of the Bible at the Wittemberg University, and was a vital, influential part of the sixteenth century Reformation. Martin Luther admired Melanchthon immensely and was recorded in his famous Table Talk saying, "The student of theology has the Bible, . next he has Melanchthon's Loci Communes. afterwards he may study Melanchthon's commentary on Romans, and mine on the Galatians." Christianity would not be the same today if it were not for the contributions of this great Reformer. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Books of Truth [Westminster, CO, U.S.A.]
2018-07-04 06:30:53
EUCLID OF ALEXANDRIA. - PROCLUS - PROKLOS. - [EDITIO PRINCEPS OF THE ELEMENTS OF EUCLID & PROCLUS' COMMENTARY]
Basel, Johannes Herwegen, 1533. Folio. (323x220 cm). Cont. full blind-tooled calf with a broad border of ornamental rolls with corner-pieces, inside which an oblique blind-tooled parallelogram and a rectangular tooled decoration, also with corner-pieces. Professionally rebacked in old style, w. seven raised bands blindstamped ornamentations to all compartments. Corners professionally and neatly restored. (12), 268; 115, (1) pp. incl. last page with large woodcut printer's device. Numerous woodcut diagrams in the text. The last page of Grynaeus' foreword with a half-page note on Euclid, Proclus and Grynaeus in 18th century hand. One contemporary marginal note. First 3 leaves with faint finger-soiling to lower right corner. The text framed throughout by a decorative but faint ink-border. Verso of title-page with 2 small stamps. Title with woodcut printer's device. The first text-page framed with a broad woodcut border, many smaller and larger woodcut initials throughout. Internally a very fine and clean copy w. wide margins. ¶ The monumental editio princeps of the "Elements" of Euclid, "the greatest mathematical textbook of all times", being the first printing of the original Greek text, including the first printing of Proclus' seminal commentary to the first book (the so-called "Herwagiana"). The present editio princeps constitutes one of the most important publications in the history of scientific (and philosophical) thought, and it profoundly influenced Renaissance, and in turn all modern, thought. The first printing of the original Greek text of the "Elements", which is e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 12:38:46
CAVICEO Giacomo
1533. In-4 relié en peau de chamois restaurée. (6 ff) et (148 ff). (Mouillure claire en marge des premiers feuillets, coiffes usées, défaut à une charnière, quelques notes manuscrites à l’intérieur du premier plat, notice collée d’un catalogue concernant le présent ouvrage). Belle impression gothique. Édition composée page pour page et ligne pour ligne sur celle de 1528. Titre imprimé en noir et rouge, entouré d'un bel encadrement figuré, répété aux second et troisième livres. Au verso du 6e feuillet, grande figure sur bois représentant l'auteur face à son pupitre, un ange déroulant une banderole portant, imprimé en rouge Lacteur, nombreuses lettrines figurées sur fond blanc, marque typographique de Claude Nourry sur le titre, et de Claude Carcand au dernier feuillet. Riche de réminiscences de Virgile, Dante et surtout de Boccace, ce roman d'aventures amoureuses connut au XVIe siècle un tel succès que les prédicateurs en déclarèrent dangereuse la lecture. L'ouvrage contenait des épisodes d'une grande liberté et de nombreuses allusions à des contemporains. C'est l'histoire de deux amants appartenant à des familles nobles de Ferrare mortellement ennemies l'une de l'autre. Les pérégrinations du héros le mènent successivement à Constantinople, au Mont Sinaï, Chypre, l'Inde, Lisbonne, la Corse. Mais l'aspect le plus remarquable du livre est qu'il est le premier où le récit des évènements ait été placé dans la bouche des personnages mis en scènes. Armes dessinées à l'encre sur le premier titre de De Poleins, Seigneur de la Jaclière. Ex-libris manuscrit. Au dernier feuillet : « Su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Jeanne Laffitte [Marseille, France]
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