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        [HISTORIA DE L'INDIE OCCIDENTALI.] LIBRO VLTIMO

      [Venice], 1534. Small quarto. Contemporary vellum. A few fox marks, trimmed close at the top. Else near fine, with a contemporary ownership inscription of a Jesuit priest on a rear fly leaf. The third part, here in a separate issue, of this important collection of voyages and narratives, the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. This is one of the first attempts anywhere to collect a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection of NAVIGATIONI..., which began publication in 1554. The HISTORIA... is divided into three books. This third part contains the first obtainable edition of a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled LA CONQUISTA DE PERU, first published in Seville in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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        DIVI AURELII AUGUSTINI DE DOCTRINA CRISTIIANA LIBRI III, Venezia 1544 - 1546 - 1548 , Stagnino Bernardino

      10 x15,4, elegantissima rilegatura coeva piena pergamena, dorso a cinque nervi con titolo manoscritto. Nel tomo sono inseriti piu' volumi con date di stampa diverse ed ognuna con frontespizio e marca tipografica dello STAGNINO. Primo 1534 - secondo 1534 - terzo 1534 - quarto 1534 - quinto 1538 - sesto 1536 - Edizione freschissima in carta ottima, con piccole note a matita - Ricercato ed importante.

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        [SUMMARIO DE LA GENERAL HISTORIA DE L'INDIE OCCIDENTALI...(title given on verso of first leaf)]

      Venice, 1534. Woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, raised bands. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership signature on front free endpaper. Title-leaf and first leaf of text remargined, not affecting text. Slight dampstaining in upper outer corner of first thirty-four leaves. Closed tear in leaf 56. Occasional contemporary ink notations in margins, manuscript start of an index on rear fly leaf. Two small burn holes in map, not affecting any printed area. Overall a very good copy. In a half brown morocco and cloth slipcase. This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, NAVIGATIONI..., which began publication in 1554. Only the Montalboddo collection precedes it as a collection of voyage narratives outside Europe. This is the first collection to focus entirely on the New World. The HISTORIA... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the DECADES of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's DE LA NATURAL HYSTORIA DE LAS INDIAS (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later HISTORIA GENERAL...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled LA CONQUISTA DE PERU, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double-page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. The earliest voyage collection focusing on the New World, a work of tremendous importance in the dissemination of knowledge of America to Europe.

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        Orationes duae in Tholosam

      Sébastien Gryphe), (Lyon 1534 - In-8. [154 x 99 mm] Collation : (8), 246, (2) pp. Maroquin vert, dos orné, encadrements sur les plats, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XVIIIe.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Première édition. C'est le premier livre publié par Etienne Dolet. Né à Orléans en 1509 et mort sur le bûcher à Paris en 1546, il ne séjourna à Toulouse que deux ans. Il y étudia le droit et fut élu en 1533 orateur de la 'nation française'. Ce sont les discours qu'il y prononça s'en prenant avec violence aux Capitouls, tyranniques et barbares. Il dénonce les superstitions qui à Toulouse dénaturent la religion, défend la liberté d'association, fait sa propre apologie et se pose en défenseur de l'humanisme contre la barbarie des Toulousains. Dolet fut même arrêté quelques temps par la Sénéchaussée. "Le recueil ici présenté, composé par Dolet à son arrivée à Lyon en 1534, rassemble l'ensemble des pièces qu'il a voulu verser au dossier de son affaire toulousaine, lettres écrites de Toulouse puis de Lyon, poèmes adressés à G. Budé, à Marguerite de Navarre, à Jean de Pins, à Jean de Langeac, à Boyssoné ou à Guillaume Scève : autant d'illustrations en prose et en vers . de ses talents d'écrivain et de ses convictions d'humaniste." L'humanisme à Toulouse N° 39. Longeon, Bibliographie des oeuvres d'Etienne Dolet N°1. Baudrier 8, 38. Adams D768.

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        STOEFLER, Ioannis.

      - MATHEMATICI ERVDITISSIMI, FAcicléque omnium principis, in PROCLI DIADOCHI, authoris grauissimi Sphaeram mundi, omnibus numeris longè absolutissimus commentarius. Ante hac nunquam typis excusus. AD EMPTOREM. [. ]. Tubingae, Christianae salutis an. M.D.XXXIIII. [1534]. In fólio (30,5x21 cm) com [7] + [1 bl] + 133 + [1 eng. pl.] fólios. Encadernação da época em pergaminho rígido. Exemplar com diminutas anotações da época a tinta (em Latim) coevas e pertinentes. Raríssima. Obra com importantes referências à América (fólio 24), e contendo um tratado sobre a Esfera e alguns pequenos tratados sobre o clima, nascimento e ocaso das estrelas fixas e aritmética, os estudos que são acompanhados de ilustrações no texto. Esta obra quinhentista de astronomia ptolemaica que teve mais de 70 edições; e aqui encontramos as soluções matemáticas para a justificação de um universo geocêntrico. Johanes Stöffler (1452-1531), foi professor de matemática e astronomia em Tübingen e mestre de Sebastian Münster e Philipp Melanchton. Tornou-se conhecido também pela sua produção de instrumentos astronómicos: globos e relógios, e pela publicação de um almanaque - Ephemeridenwerk - de alta precisão. O retrato Stöffler no cólofon da obra é atribuído a Holbein. A última folha inumerada apresenta o retrato do autor, o qual se encontra em falta noutros exemplares tal como, p. ex., na seguinte referência bibliográfica VD16 P4977 [*]. First edition. Very rare. Work with important references to America (vide folio 24). Illustrated with the portrait of the author at the last page or colophon. Copy with very small Latin commentaries in marginalia made by a contemporary scientific reader. DSB 9, 160; Adams S 1897; VD16 P4977 (ohne das letzte Blatt mit dem Portrait) [*present in our copy]; Zinner 1579; Houzeau-Lancaster I, 913; Sabin 91983; Steiff, Der erste Buchdruck in Tübingen 159. 16th Century work of Ptolemaic astronomy which had more than 70 editions, and in which we find the mathematical solutions to the justification of a geocentric universe. Johannes Stöffler (1452-1531), was professor of mathematics and astronomy in Tübingen and master of Sebastian Münster and Philipp Melanchthon. Also became known for its production of astronomical instruments: globes and clocks, and by publishing an almanac - Ephemeridenwerk ? of high precision. The portrait in Stöffler at the colophon of the work is attributed to Holbein. Sabin, 91983: «An edition of Proclus Diadochus edited by Stoeffler, who according to Winsor, vol. 2, p. 99 ?was a leading authority on the methods of defining latitude and longitude in vogue in the beginning of the new era? The discovery of America by Columbus is mentioned on leaf 24. Harisse in Bibl. Americ. Vet. notes the title of Stoefller?s ?Cosmographicae? in 1537, NYP, as likely to contain American references, however this is not the case, according to Wilberforce Eames». Location/localizacao: Raros

      [Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva]
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        Antiquitatum Iudaicarum libri XX, ad vetera exemplaria diligenter recogniti. De Bello Iudaico libri VII, ex collatione Graecorum codicum castigatiores quam unquam ante redditi. Contra Apionem libri II, pro corruptissantea, iam ex Graeco itidem non solum emendati, sed etiam suppleti. De imperio rationis sive De Machabaeis liber unus a Des.Erasmo Roterodamo recognitus.

      Hieronymus Froben und Nicolaus Episcopius, Basel, 1534 - Basel, Hieronymus Froben und Nicolaus Episcopius 1534. Folio (32 x 23 cm). [18] Bl., 839, [1] S. Mit 2 Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und einigen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Ganzleder des 18. Jhs. Rücken erneuert, Deckel etwas berieben. Titelblatt mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Besitzeinträgen des 16.-19. Jhs. Papiergedeckte Stempelspur. Wenige Wurmlöcher. Teils wasserrandig, insgesamt jedoch annähernd fleckenfrei. Sehr wenige Anmerkungen bzw. Anstreichungen. VD16 J 958. Hieronymus, F., Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen, Basel 1992, Nr. 237. Zweite lateinische Ausgabe bei Froben. "Zeitlich in der Mitte zwischen der ersten Basler Josephusausgabe von 1524 und dem griechischen Erstdruck in derselben Offizin erscheint 1534 nochmals eine lateinische Gesamtausgabe Herausgeber ist der seit 1524 in Basel bei Froben als Herausgeber und Übersetzer tätige Prager Humanist Zikmund Gelensky (Sigismundus Gelenius) .Die Verbesserung der Rede gegen die Makkabäer verdanke man der einzigartigen Zierde nicht nur ganz Deutschlands, sondern seiner ganzen Zeit, Erasmus von Rotterdam (dieser dürfte auch 1524 zumindest mit ein Grund der Übersiedlung des Gelenius nach Basel gewesen sein). .Auf S. 545 findet sich zwischen den Antiquitates und dem Bellum ein Hinweis des Druckers an den Leser: nach seiner Sitte und Verpflichtung, die verderbten alten Texte zu verbessern, habe er lange für diese Ausgabe nach griechischen Handschriften gesucht." (Hieronymus). Rücken erneuert, Deckel etwas berieben. Titelblatt mit zahlreichen handschriftlichen Besitzeinträgen des 16.-19. Jhs. Papiergedeckte Stempelspur. Wenige Wurmlöcher. Teils wasserrandig, insgesamt jedoch annähernd fleckenfrei. Sehr wenige Anmerkungen bzw. Anstreichungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        OMNIA THEMISTII OPERA Hoc est paraphrases, et orationes. Alexandri Aphrodisiensis libri duo de Anima, et de Fato unus. $1Graece$2.

      Venetiis, in aedibus haeredum Aldi Manutii & Andreae Asulani, 1534. In-4 p. (mm. 294 x 198), mz. pergam. mod., tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, 4 cc.nn. (frontespizio con l?'ancora aldina, 2 cc. per la prefazione, Indice), 172 cc.num. (errori di numeraz.), 2 cc.nn. (colophon e grande marca tipografica xilografata); testate e grandi iniziali decorate (in rosso le prime due); testo in greco. Vi sono contenuti: i suoi commenti su Aristotile, 8 orazioni e i libri ?"De Anima e De Fato?" di Alessandro di Afrodisiade. "Prima edizione" dell?'opera di Temistio, curata dal medico Victor Trincavelli. Cfr. Renouard, p. 111 - Brunet,V,777: ?"Edition rare?" - Adams,II, p. 267. Lievi aloni al frontespizio, altrimenti fresco esemplare, molto ben conservato. "Temistio (317 d.C. - 388 ca.), oratore politico ed esegeta di Aristotele.. La sua fama resta legata particolarmente alle sue orazioni, che ci sono pervenute in numero di 34 e che lo mostrano seguace dell?'indirizzo e del metodo di Dione di Prusa". Così Diz. Treccani,XII, p. 49.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        LIBRO DEVOZIONE BRANDEBURGO ES.89

      1 Edizione in facsimile del manoscritto membranaceo, miniato da Nikolaus Glockendon nel 1534, conservato presso la Biblioteca Estense Universitaria di Modena, una realizzazione delle edizioni d?arte Il Bulino, in coedizione con M.Moleiro Editor S.A., Barcelona, e Faksimile Verlag Luzern Ed. di 999 esemplari numerati (n. 69). Saggi di Ernesto Milano, Daniele Bini, Leandro Ventura, Giancarlo Malacarne.,esemplare N.89 Ristampa anastatica In custodia, rilegato in pelle e custodito in cofanetto, allegato il commentario, pagine facsimile 128, commentario 157.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Alp-hà srl]
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        Nuovo Lume. Libro di arithmetica. Intitulato Nuovo Lume, imperoche molte propositioni che per altri auttori, sono falsamente concluse: in questo si emendano, & castigano... Con un breve trattato di geometria... - (Colophon:)

      In - 4. Legatura coeva in pergamena molle; lievi tracce d?uso e qualche macchia. Con numerose formule aritmetiche, calcoli e diagrammi nei margini. 129, (1 bianco) ff.; diverse antiche annotazioni sui primi due fogli bianchi e antica nota di possesso nel margine inferiore del frontespizio; qualche macchiolina ma buon esemplare marginoso conservato in una scatola in mezza pelle. Terza edizione (con collazione identica alle due precedenti del 1534 e 1544), del celebre testo di aritmetica mercantile. Nell?introduzione il matematico senese Sfortunati cita e loda Pacioli, Calandri, Borghi e Feliciano, sottolineando tuttavia i miglioramenti apportati nel suo trattato. Indubbiamente l?opera ebbe un notevole successo e venne molto utilizzata da mercanti e uomini d?affari del tempo. Riccardi II, 453: «Lo Sfortunati, il cui nome figura nella famosa questione fra Cardano e Tartaglia, viene meritatamente noverato tra i migliori autori aritmetici del principio del sec. XVI». Cerboni 22. Sotheran I, 435. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, pp. 174 - 177: «Sfortunati wrote his treatise along the lines followed by Borghi and Felicano... he was a popular writer, as the seven editions of this book go to prove. His work is fairly complete as to the operations with integers and fractions, and is satisfactory as to the examples illustrating the Italian business life of the 16th century...» Third edition of this influential work (first: 1534). Numerous arithmetical examples and various woodcut diagrams in the margins. Early owner?s name on lower blank margin of title and some mild soiling; contemp. limp vellum, a little loose and covers slightly stained; generally a good and large copy, preserved in a box.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport]
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        GLOCKENDON GEBETBUCH - Faksimile Luzern

      Luzern, Faksimile Verlag. Hier verkaufen wir die Faksimile-Ausgabe des Glockendon Gebetbuches. Im Jahr 1534 schuf Nikolaus Glockendon, der letzte große Meister deutscher Buchmalerei, dieses deutsche Gebetbuch für Kardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg. Die farblich ausgewogenen Miniaturen zum Leben Jesu, die 63 Prunkinitialen und auch die heute noch gut lesbare Schrift begeistern den Betrachter. Heute wird die Handschrift als Est.136 = U.6.7 in der Biblioteca Estense Universitaria in Modena aufbewahrt. Il Bulino edizioni darte, Modena schuf in aufwändiger Handarbeit lediglich 999 Exemplare - streng limitiert und handnummeriert - davon 420 Exemplare reserviert für den Faksimile Verlag Luzern. Diese Faksimile-Ausgabe ist beim Verlag vergriffen. Angebotsumfang: 1 Band Faksimile, Kommentarband, Acrylschuber - Details: bis ins Detail dem Original aus dem 16. Jahrhundert nachempfunden; verfasst in deutscher Sprache; im Originalformat von ca. 21,5 x 16,5cm; Umfang: 256 Seiten (128 nummerierte Blätter); 42 ganzseitige Miniaturen, 62 Prunkinitialen; Einband aus feinstem Kalbsleder mit Nachbildungen der originalen Schließen; traumhaftes Buch für bibliophile Sammler und Kunstkenner; auf 999 Exemplare weltweit limitiert; Exemplar trägt Nr. 167; stammt aus sehr gepflegtem Nichtraucherhaushalt; absolut neuwertiges Exemplar; 3-Seiten-Goldschnitt; auf erster Seite Reste einer Bleistifteintragung (Inventarnummer) erkennbar - gegen das Licht haltend deutlicher (vom Vorbesitzer mit weichem Radiergummi entfernt); Kommentarband (ebenfalls ungelesen) weist zwei kleine Abdrücke der Buchschließen des Faksimiles am Buchdeckel auf - kaum erwähnenswert; Schutzschuber aus Acryl weist normale Lagerspuren auf (Verwendung eines Bsp.-bildes eines bereits verkauften Exemplars) - Wenige Bilderhandschriften aus der Spätzeit des Mittelalters strahlen soviel Harmonie aus wie das in deutscher Sprache abgefasste Glockendon Gebetbuch. Der Meister der wunderbaren Miniaturen ist Nikolaus Glockendon, der berühmteste Spross der Nürnberger Künstlerfamilie. Er schuf es für den Kardinal Albrecht von Brandenburg, einen der größten Kirchenfürsten der Reformationszeit. Erwerben Sie hier eine wahre Rarität. Alle Preise incl. MwSt., AGB, Kundeninformationen, Widerrufsbelehrung, Musterwiderrufsformular finden Sie bei unseren Anbieterinformationen..

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        De Geographia liber unus? - (Colophon:)

      Venezia, Nicolini da Sabio per Melchior Sessa, 1534.In - 8. Legatura olandese del primo '600 in pergamena soffice, sui piatti fregio dorato entro doppia bordura di filetti dorati con fregi agli angoli; dorso con fregi oro; tagli dorati; recentemente ricucita. Grande ed elaborata marca tipografica sul frontespizio e in fine, e diversi diagrammi e illustrazioni inc. in legno n.t. 45, (3, penultimo bianco) ff.; ultimo foglio lievemente impolverato, altrimenti esemplare particolarmente grazioso, fresco e marginoso. Prima edizione stampata in Italia del maggior trattato scientifico di uno dei più insigni umanisti svizzeri, distintosi come musicista, filologo, storico, matematico e geografo; fu amico di Erasmo e di vari altri eruditi del tempo. Nel De geographia (1527), ancora in uso nel XVII secolo, pone le basi della geografia matematica; determina per primo la cosiddetta declinazione magnetica (la deviazione dell'ago della bussola); descrive i paesi del mondo e menziona l?America, Colombo e Vespucci; particolarmente interessante è inoltre l?esposizione di un modo nuovo per costruire spicchi per globi, che per la convenienza fu adottato dai maggiori cartografi. Harisse, Bibl. Americana, 184 e Addenda 103. Sabin 27540. BL STC 393. Early edition (1st: 1527) of the principal scientific work by the most distinguished of Swiss humanists. It contains the first treatise on mathematical geography, brief descriptions of the countries of the world (reference is made to America, Columbus and Vespucci), and «the earliest illustrated account specifically referring to globe gore construction? (with) a diagram showing the construction of twelve gores» (Sumira, The Art and History of Globes, 36). With a large printer?s device on title and end, and numerous diagrams and text woodcuts. Last leaf slightly dust - soiled, otherwise an unusually fine copy attractively bound in Dutch vellum (ca. 1600) with gilt fillets and ornaments on covers and spine; gilt edges; recased.

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        ARCADIA.

      nelle case delli heredi d?Aldo Romano, et Andrea Socero 1534 In - 16 p. (mm. 158x95), p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su due tasselli al dorso, 91 cc.num., 1 c.nn., marca tipografica silografata al frontespizio e al verso dell?ultima carta. Romanzo pastorale dell?umanista napoletano Sannazaro (ca. 1456 - 1530), per tutto il ?500 pubblicato in numer. edizioni, a partire dalla ?principe? del 1504. Il testo definitivo consta di dodici prose e di dodici egloghe di vario metro. Al fine un sonetto e due canzoni. Cfr. Renouard, p. 112: ?Copie de l?édition de 1514, avec la meme préface latine d?Alde à Sannazar?. Solo qualche lieve fiorit. o lieve uniforme arross., altrim. esempl. ben conservato.

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        En tibi lector hebraica Biblia latina planeque nova Sebast. Munsteri tralatione [...].

      Basel, Johann Bebel für Michael Isengrin und Heinrich Petri, 1534-1535.. 2 Bde. (12), 365, (1) Bll. (4), "336" [= 366]-795 Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassungen, Druckermarke am Schluß und zahlreichen Initialen. Restaurierte Lederbände der Zeit mit goldgepr. roten Rückenschildchen und reicher Rücken- sowie Stehkantenvergoldung. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. Marmorvorsätze. Folio (230 x 322 mm).. Erste Ausgabe der von Münster besorgten hebräisch-lateinischen Bibel. "The earliest edition of the Hebrew Bible which contains a fresh Latin translation. Prepared by Sebastian Münster, the eminent German Hebraist, geographer and mathematician, of Heidelberg and Basel. The Hebrew text is based mainly on the first Biblia Rabbinica. With regard to the closeness of the Latin version, the title to vol. 2 states that the books of the O.T. 'sic ad Hebraicam veritatem genuina versione in latinum sunt traducti, ut ne quidem ad latum unguem ab ea dissideat'. This edition exercised considerable influence on versions made by the Reformers, e.g. in Switzerland, and on the English translation known as the 'Great Bible'" (Darlow/M.). "Die hebräische Vorrede wendet sich hauptsächlich an und gegen die Juden, die Münster auf sein bald erscheinendes, die Wahrheit des christlichen Glaubens erweisendes Werk aufmerksam macht" (Prijs). - Fachmännisch restauriert unter Verwendung des originalen Einbandmaterials, jedoch die Einbände gegenüber der eigentlichen Bandnumerierung vertauscht. Marginalien der zweiten Hälfte des 16. Jahrhunderts in lateinischer, hebräischer, vorwiegend aber griechischer Sprache. Aus dem Besitz des französischen Humanisten und Grammatikers Claudius Mitalerius (Claude Mitalier; vgl. Jöcher III, 556) mit seinem eigenh. Besitzvermerk an beiden Titeln. Mitalier, "juge royal de la province de Vienne", forschte nach etymologischen Beziehungen zwischen der hebräischen und französischen Sprache; er verfasste die "Epistola de vocabulis quae Galli a commorantibus in Gallia Iudaeis didicerunt, in usumque receperunt" (1582; vgl. Schreiber 210). Zwei Hebraica aus seiner Bibliothek mit übereinstimmenden Besitzvermerken gerieten später in die Sammlung Josephus Justus Scaligers, der ihn schätzte. - Sehr schönes Exemplar des auch in typographischer Hinsicht vorbildlichen hebräisch-lateinischen Paralleldruckes. Aus der Bibliothek des Chateau des Ormes, Bretagne, mit entspr. gest. Wappenexlibris am Innendeckel. Von großer Seltenheit. - VD 16, B 2881. Burmeister 119. Darlow/Moule II, 5087. Hantzsch 231.1. BM-STC German 92. Adams B 1240. CLC B 1268. Prijs 38. Nicht bei Lüthi.

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        Nuovo Lume. Libro di Arithmetica.

      Venice, Nicolo di Aristotile detto Zoppino, 1534. 4to. Later full cloth with a bit of wear. Internally with a light damp-stain affecting lower outer margin of the first leaf and last two leaves. A few occasional marginal annotationS in contemporary hand. A very fine and clean copy. 129 ff. (including the final blank). Misnumbered 7 as 8, 71 as 72 and 107 as 105.. The exceedingly rare first edition of Sfortunati's highly influential treatise on arithmetic for merchants. The work quickly became immensely popular and at least seven later editions soon followed. Whereas Pacioli's "Summa" (1494) and Calandri's "Arithmetica" (1491) were both very learned works, they did - in Sfortunati's own words - contain too much that was not useful for merchants and did not explain elementary notions well enough to be truly useful for beginners. This is obviously Sfortunati's attempt at promoting his own work, but true enough, his simple and pragmatic approach soon made his "Nuove Lume" one of the most popular works among Mid- and North-Italian merchants. De Morgan wrongly states in "Arithmetical Books": "It is not likely a work would be originally printed at Venice, one cause of the production of which is stated to be the barbarism of the Venetian dialect." The work is indeed printed in Venice, but written in Tuscan dialect. Giovanni Sfortunati (Johannes Infortunatus) - born in Siena around 1500 - introduces himself as a Sienese schoolmaster who had taught arithmetic all over Italy and Sicily. "This self-advertisement quickly turned into a claim that he was uniquely qualified to review the older arithmetic books on the market by way of recommending his own." (Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, "Humanism For Sale")."Sfortunati wrote his treatise along the lines followed by Borghi and Feliciano, and in his preface he acknowledges his indebtedness to them and to 'Maestro Luca dal Borgo dell' ordine di Santo Francesco' and to the operetta di Filippo Caladri Cittadino Fiorentino. Like these authors, he was a popular writer, as the seven editions of his book go to prove. His work is fairly complete as to the operations with integers and fractions, and is satisfactory as to the examples illustrating the Italian business life of the sixteenth century." (Smith, Rara Arithmetica)Well established in the market, Borghi's manual (published in 1483) was the principal competition for any new elementary arithmetic book in 1534. "Sfortunati claimed to have read it many times, implying perhaps that he had been constrained to teach from it. He rejected it because it was written in rough Venetian dialect and described Venetian business practices that were of little use to Tuscans or other Italians." (Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies, "Humanism For Sale").Stillwell 234Smith, Rara Arithmetica, p. 174.Adams S1039Erwin Tomash S90De Morgan, Arithmetical books, p. 16.Not in Kress, Goldsmith or Einaudi

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        Historiae Aethiopicae libri decem, nunquam ante in lucem editi.

      Basel, Hervagen, 1534.. Sm.-4to. (4) leaves, 242 p., (1) leaf device. Some light marginal foxing to first and last leaves. Old marginalia in brown ink: corrections of the text. 18th century russia, richly gilt. Adams H-174. For further information see www.dinter.de in List 26..

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        Kriegs Ordnung Neu Gemacht

      Gedruckt Zu Leipzig: Durch Michael Blum, 1534. [128ff]. With an elaborate woodcut depicting the leader of a besieged town submitting in the camp of the besieging army, with artillery pieces in the background, repeated to A2. Contemporary black calf over wooden boards, elaborately roll-tooled to both boards, with original clasps both intact. Loss to head and foot of spine, corners. Some wear to boards. Marginal worming to final three leaves. Seventeenth-century ink inscription to FFEP, occasional earlier annotation to text. With a distinguished provenance: bookplates to FEP indicating presence at one time in the militaria collection of Mark Dineley and the library of Prince Adalbert of Prussia, (1811-73) - himself an artillery-man. In addition to detailing instructions on the conduct of armies, this work provides much detail on laying sieges and the use of artillery. An undated folio edition on 86 leaves likely precedes this first dated edition: both are immensely rare, with no copies recorded in the rooms in the past 40 years. . Second Edition?. 8vo.

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        Chronica delle vite de pontefici et imperatori romani composta per M Francesco Petrarcha allaquale sono state aggiunte quelle che da tempi del Petrarcha insino alla eta nostra mancauano

      Venice: Stampata in Vinegia. Printed in the year 1534., 1534. Book measures 6 x 4 inches.Collation, [1],120 pages, unternately numbered, so 240 pages, 4 page index.Bound in full period or early vellum. Rebacked at some time retaining the original spine, boards slightly sprung. Binding in very good clean firm condition.Internally, pages in very good clean condition throughout.A very nice copy, in an attractive vellum binding. The history of the Roman emperors and popes from Julius Caesar to Pius III. A7.4. . Very Good. Small 8vo.

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        Sophoclis Tragoediae septem cum Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis / authore Ioachimo Camerario ; quaestore. H. Eobani Hessi

      Haganoae : Ex Officina Seceriana, 1534, Paperback, Book Condition: Very Good, 1st Edition in this formFinely bound in full modern aniline calf. Gilt-blocked red Morocco label and raised bands to spine. An exceptional example; corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; Description: 2v in 1. 16cm. Contents: Part 1: Sophoclis Tragoediae septem ; Part 2: Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis ... . Part 2 has a separate title page, signatures and paging. Part 1 is missing an unknown number of preliminary pages (pages unnumbered - signature starts at C), with publisher's device on final leaf facing the title page of Commentarii interpretationum. This title is missing pages 85-95 and end leaves. Subjects: Sophocles -- Plays -- Ancient Greek drama. Sophocles -- Criticism and interpretation -- Early works to 1800. Greek drama (Tragedy) -- Early works to 1800. Text of plays in Ancient Greek. Languages: Ancient Greek (to 1453) and Latin.

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        Het boeck van den oproer der Weder-dooperen. Eerst int Latijn beschreven, ende ghedruckt tot Basel ... Ende nu in Nederlandts overgheset. ...Enkhuizen, Jacob Lenaertsz Meyn, 1614. Folio. With 1 half-page and 8 full-page engraved plates in text (one repeat). Contemporary vellum.

      Mennonite Encyclopedia II, p. 816; Simoni H-186; STCN (5 copies); cf. Knuttel, Kerkgeschiedenis, pp. 150-151 (later editions). The first Dutch edition (in the first state) of a detailed and graphic description of the Anabaptist attempt to establish a sectarian government in Münster, known as the Münster Rebellion, 1534-1535. The work includes a description of the Amsterdam Riots and is dedicated by the printer to the city council of Enkhuizen and by the author to the council of Amsterdam. The fine, anonymous plates vividly illustrate the persecution and subsequent execution of the Annabaptists. The plate on leaf 3 is erroneously repeated on leaf 5; in later states this error has been corrected. The present copy is inscribed on the title-page by "Meynte Mathijs" [Iserman] from Leeuwarden, an ancestor of the Leeuwarden branch of the Siderius family. With the bookplate of M. van Brée on pastedown; slightly frayed at outer margins; some plates shaved; a few stains, also affecting some plates. Small pieces of vellum from front cover gone. A fair copy of a rare work on the Münster Rebellion.

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        M. Annei Lvcani De Bello Civili Libri X. Vitam eius reperies ad calcem huius operis.

      Lugduni [Lyon], Gryphius 1534.. 16 x 10,5 cm. 290 S., [3] Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarken auf dem Titelblatt und verso Schlußblatt. Etwas späteres Ganzpergament mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Rücken etwas beschädigt. Durchgehend etwas gebräuntm teils fleckig. Winzige Wurmspuren im Unterrand. Wenige Anstreichungen bzw. Annotationen.. Baudrier, Bibl. lyonnaise VIII, S. 78. Schöner und früher Druck aus Lyon, mit zwei der berühmten Druckermarken mit dem Greifen. Marcus Annaeus Lucanus (Lukan, 39- 65), römischer Dichter und Neffe des Philosophen Seneca (d.J.), wurde war Mitglied des Gelehrtenkreises am Hofe Neros. Er wurde am 30. April 65 zum Selbstmord gezwungen. Neben Fragmenten ist nur das hier vorliegende (ebenfalls unvollendete) Epos über den römischen Bürgerkrieg zwischen Caesar und Pompeius erhalten. Sebastian Gryphius (* 1492 in Reutlingen 1556 in Lyon), ein Sohn des Reutlinger Buchdruckers Michael Greyff (Greif), lernte wie seine Brüder Johann und Franz die Kunst des Bucherdrucks bei seinem Vater. Seine Wanderjahre führten ihn u.a. nach Venedig zu Aldus Manutius, wo sein Bruder Johann eine Druckerei gründete. Um 1520 (Geldner: 1524) ging Gryphius nach Lyon, wo er zuerst für venezianische Buchhändler arbeitete, sich aber bald auch einen Ruf als exzellenter Übersetzer griechischer und lateinischer Klassiker erwarb. "Aus seiner Werkstatt gingen zahlreiche gut gedruckte lateinische und griechische Klassikerausgaben, hebräische, französische und italienische Schriften hervor". (Fr. Geldner, NDB). Seine Druckersignete nehmen jeweils aus seinen Namen bezug, teils wird ein Greif alleine dargestellt, teils auf einem Würfel mit einem geflügelten Globus. Wegen seines großen Erfolges sprach man von ihm bewundernd als "Prince de libraires lynnais".

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        Sophoclis Tragoediae septem cum Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis / authore Ioachimo Camerario ; quaestore. H. Eobani Hessi

      Haganoae : Ex Officina Seceriana 1534 - Description: 2v in 1. 16cm. Contents: Part 1: Sophoclis Tragoediae septem ; Part 2: Commentarii interpretationum argumenti Thebaidos fabularum Sophoclis . . Part 2 has a separate title page, signatures and paging. Part 1 is missing an unknown number of preliminary pages (pages unnumbered - signature starts at C), with publisher's device on final leaf facing the title page of Commentarii interpretationum. This title is missing pages 85-95 and end leaves. Subjects: Sophocles -- Plays -- Ancient Greek drama. Sophocles -- Criticism and interpretation -- Early works to 1800. Greek drama (Tragedy) -- Early works to 1800. Text of plays in Ancient Greek. Languages: Ancient Greek (to 1453) and Latin. Finely bound in full modern aniline calf. Gilt-blocked red Morocco label and raised bands to spine. An exceptional example; corners sharp with an overall tight, bright and clean impression. 1 Kg. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        IMPERATORUM ET CAESARUM VITAE CUM IMAGINIBUS AD VIVAM EFFIGIEM EXPRESSIS..., 1534 [and] CONSULUM ROMANORUM..., 1537

      Strasbourg: W. Koephel, 1534-1537. Fourth edition. Vellum . Good . Two volumes bound as one. Illustrated throughout with portraits as they appear on Roman coins, along with headpieces, tailpieces, and printer's devices. Bound in laced vellum, blind-tooled designs, raised bands. The binding shows signs of its age, although sound. A bookplate inside the cover appears to be a photocopy of an old one. 7.75" x 5.5 First published by Koephel in 1525, this fourth edition is the first one with the Consulum Romanorum supplement, illustrating some 54 consular coins in addition to the many coins shown in the Imperatorum. The illustrations are woodcuts by Hans Weiditz.

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        Der Kargenspiegel. Ein schöner Spruch von einem Reichen kargen und einem Arme(n) durfftigen, dar jnnen angezaigt, welcher standt der selligkeit nehenner sey.,

      Nürnberg. S. Hamer 1534. - 12 nn. Bll. Mit gr. Titelholzschn. v. Erhard Schön. Mod. Pbd. Bll. a2 u. a3 in Kopie fachger. eingebunden VD 16 F 1777; BM German Books 310; Goed. I, 332, V, 56 - Sehr seltene 2. Ausgabe. Die einzige im 16. Jhdt. Das Fastnachtspiel war erstmals schon 1480 in Nürnberg erschienen (GW 10137). "Hans Folz, Barbier und Meistersinger in Nürnberg, schrieb seine von ihrer Zeit bewunderten Fastnachtspiele gegen Ende des XV. Jahrhunderts." (Neufforge 103f.) - "Blumendüftelnder Meistersinger, schmutziger Schwankdichter und Verfasser lasciver Faßnachtspiele" (Goed.). Gewicht in Gramm: 500 Sonderangebot: Antiquariat Burgverlag bietet AbeBooks-Kunden einen exklusiven Rabatt von 50% auf sämtliche Preise. Alter Preis: 1000,00 EUR [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Divi Petri Chrysologi archiepiscopi Ravenatis sermones nunc primum in vulgus editi.

      (Bologna, Giovanni Battista Faelli), (29. V.) 1534. - (8), 318, (1) Bll. (ohne das l. w. Bl.). Mit zahlreichen ornamentalen Holzschnittinitialen. Halbpergamentband des 17. Jhs. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Farbschnitt. 4to. Erste Ausgabe. - Petrus Chrysologus (gest. um 450) war in Ravenna Bischof, Kirchenlehrer und Kanzelredner. 1729 wurde er zum Kirchenlehrer erhoben. Außer 176 überlieferten Reden ist von ihm nichts erhalten. Sie wurden um 715 durch den Erzbischof von Ravenna zum sog. "Catalogus Felicianus" vereinigt. "Als echt gelten 168 Predigten der Collectio Feliciana [.] und 15 andere von der Forsch. ihm zugeschriebene Sermones [.]: rhetorische Erklärungen zu Evangelien, Paulus, Psalmen, Glaubensbekenntnis, Vaterunser in liturgischem Kontext für die christliche Praxis" (LMA VI, 1959). - Teils etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig (Titel und letztes Bl. stärker). Durchgehend mit zeitgenöss. Marginalien und Anstreichungen von verschiedenen Händen. Edit 16, CNCE 37387. BM-STC Italian 502. Graesse V, 242 (Anm.). Wetzer/Welte IX, 1899. Nicht bei Adams oder im IA. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Missale Ad Consuetudinem Insignis Ecclesie Rothomagensis

      [Colophon:] Paris: Printed by Jean Kerbriand for Jean Petit & Yolande Bonhomme, and for Louis Bouvet & Guillaume Bavent in Rouen, 20 November 1534., 1534. folio. 320 x 210 mm. f. [8], 92, [8], 93-144, [66], 40. gothic type. 2 columns. 42 lines. printed in red & black throughout, entirely on vellum. musical notes on 4-line red-printed staves. title with large device of J.Petit, enclosed within elaborate metalcut border. fo. 1 also with elaborate metalcut border. numerous metalcut text illus., incl. 2 full-page (of the Crucifixion & God the Father enthroned, surrounded by symbols of the Evangelists, at the beginning of the Canon), 3 half-page, 21 quarter-page, & 74 smaller cuts (incl. repeats). many fine criblé initials. contemporary calf, vellum endleaves, rebacked (covers rubbed, edges worn, a few leaves yellowed, occasional marginal soiling or yellowing, tear at top of title repaired on verso - no loss, piece gone from upper margin of following leaf with loss of several letters from headlines on recto & verso, a few scattered old ms. notes). ms. prayer on paper mounted on rear vellum flyleaf. A nice complete copy of this fine rare illustrated missal, printed entirely on vellum. Frère records a copy on vellum in the Archiepiscopal Library at Rouen (Frère is cited in Weale-Bohatta but the location appears only in the supplement with a question mark, and no collation is given, suggesting that the copy is no longer held by the library). It is that same copy which is referred to in Graesse. The missal is unrecorded in NUC. The printer, Jean Kerbriand, who was active at Paris from 1516 to 1550, specialized in liturgical texts. Weale-Bohatta cites thirty-two missals from his press, eleven, including this one, printed for Parisian bookseller Jean Petit. Weale-Bohatta 1351. Frère II 314. Graesse IV 550. Not in Adams, Mortimer, BM STC French, Brun, or Molin & Aussedat-Minvielle..

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        OPERA DOMINI JOANNIS DE VIGO IN CHYRURGIA. Aditur chyrurgia Mariani Sancti Barolitani Johannis de Vigo discipuli.

      - Lyon, Jean Moilin alias de Chambray - Jacob Francisci de Florence (?), 1534. 11x16,5 cm. Ouvrage en 2 parties reliées en un volume. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Ecriture gothique sur deux colonnes. Magnifique mise en page incluant de très nombreuses lettrines (dont 5 de grandes dimensions), 3 schémas et 1 gravure dans le texte. Reliure moderne en plein maroquin brun. Dos muet à 4 nerfs. Feuillet portant la dernière page et le colophon de la seconde partie remplacé pour une photocopie, sinon ouvrage en excellent état et de toute beauté. Jean de Vigo, chirurgien de Gênes, était célèbre au commencement du XVIème siècle. Mariano Santo, originaire du royaume de Naple, était son disciple. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Proverbia Salomonis

      Cracow, sold by Floriano Unglerio 1534 - FIRST EDITION. 8vo. ff. 66. Roman letter, woodcut initials. T.p. with woodcut of cherubs holding a banner, full page woodcut of man at signature H beginning a section of prayers dedicated to Joannes Dantisco, full page woodcut of arms on verso, repeated on verso of final ll. Light age yellowing, dampstain to top and right margins throughout not affecting text, wormhole from t.p. to c3, with slight loss of lettering but still legible. A clean copy with some MS annotation, in later red wrappers. EARLY POPULAR WORK FROM POLAND The second work of Johannes Campensis or Jean Van Campen to be published after his arrival in Poland in 1532, a paraphrase from the original Hebrew and commentary on the Proverbs of Solomon. Campensis (1491-1538) was a prominent Hebraist and correspondent of Erasmus, although unpopular as a teacher. Upon resigning from his position at the University of Louvain and moving to Cracow in the service of the Polish ambassador Johannes Dantiscus, he was recommended by Erasmus to teach once again. In the preface dedicated to the Polish Chancellor of the Crown, Petrus Thomas, van Campen describes his indebtedness to Dantiscus, who receives a dedicatory address of his own in the preface to van Campen’s translation of prayers from the Old Testament including those by Isaiah, Ezechial, and Moses. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Exceedingly rare signature of the Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan empire in Peru ? from a collection assembled by John Adams? granddaughter

      [Jauja,Peru], [1534] Pizarro?s rubric, his signature, written twice on a 3.75? x 2.75? piece of paper removed from a larger sheet. Place and date, ?Jauja ?" 1534,? ostensibly obtained from the original document, has been penned circa 19th century. Spectrographic analysis, especially on verso, shows the ink of the rubrics to differ from the ink of the place/year notation. The composition of the paper identifies it as the type of paper used in 16th century Peru. Included for comparison is an unrelated 1574 Peruvian manuscript document penned on laid paper, granting the power of attorney to sell slaves. Other than being produced with a laid pattern, both the 1534 and 1574 sheets of paper are similarly composed of linen rag and hemp fiber, commonly used in 16th century Peru. Spectrographic analysis reveals the similarity between the paper each in written upon.Pizarro?s signature comes directly from the wife of a great-great-great grandson of Charles L. Bartlett, brother-in-law of Caroline Harrod Bartlett. Caroline?s

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        Opera Omnia Quae Exstant. I Lipsius Denuo Castigauit, & Recensuit

      Lugduni: Apud Ant. Gryphium. 1534. 32mo - over 4" - 5" tall. H Hard Cover. Good. In Latin. Full vellum, mostly likely 18th century, with maroon spine label, marbled pastedowns, blank free endpapers, 310 pages, colophon absent, 11.75 cm tall. Vellum age-yellowed and soiled with superficial cut marks to front cover, spine label worn at the edges, covers flat and square, binding very lightly shaken but pages very secure, names and very old doodles (including one of a Roman banner) on free endpapers and preliminary blank, "Charles O'Connor, Rome, 1899" also on front free endpaper, rear free endpaper chipped, numbers written in margins of a few pages toward the beginning of the book, pages age-toned but clean.

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        Castigationes plurimorum ex Terentio locorum, adiecta quorunda[m] obiter explicatione / per Ioannem Rivium Atthendoriensem.,

      Lugduni, apud Seb. Gryphium, 1534 - 208 (8) Seiten. *Erste Ausgabe. - Kritische Ausgabe des Terencio Africano, Publio (190-159 vor Chr). - Johann Rivius (1500-1553), ein Schüler von Erasmus, hat sich als Lehrer und Organisator um die Entwicklung des sächsischen Schulwesens große Verdienste erworben, stand aber auch als Schriftsteller in Deutschland und England lange Zeit in hohem Ansehen. - Letzte Seite mit kolorierter Druckervignette. Schlichter marmorierter Umschlag des 19. Jahrh., Text sauber und gut erhalten. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 300 Marmorierter Umschlag des 19. Jahrhunderts. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        [HISTORIA DE L'INDIE OCCIDENTALI.] LIBRO VLTIMO

      [Venice]. 1534.. [15] leaves. Small quarto. Contemporary vellum. A few fox marks, trimmed close at the top. Else near fine, with a contemporary ownership inscription of a Jesuit priest on a rear fly leaf. The third part, here in a separate issue, of this important collection of voyages and narratives, the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. This is one of the first attempts anywhere to collect a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection of NAVIGATIONI..., which began publication in 1554. The HISTORIA... is divided into three books. This third part contains the first obtainable edition of a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled LA CONQUISTA DE PERU, first published in Seville in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 534/28. HARRISSE 190. CHURCH 69. ARENTS 3. JCB (3)I:114. SABIN 1565. STREETER SALE 13.

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        Homiliae hyemales et quadragesimales de tempore ac de sanctis, nunc primum summa diligentia restitutae & in luce aeditae.

      (Cologne) J. Gymnich 1534. - 8vo. (16) pp. (2nd blank), 351 pp., (1) p. (blank). Woodcut device and initials. (BOUND WITH:) BEDA (VENERABILIS): Homiliae aestivales de tempore & de sanctis. Cologne, J. Gymnich 1534. 8vo. 403 pp. (2nd blank), (9) pp. (last blank), (2) lvs. (blank). Woodcut title border and device (penultimate leaf verso). (BOUND WITH:) BEDA (VENERABILIS): Homiliae in D. Pauli epistolas & alias veteris & novi testamenti lectiones tam de tempore quam de sanctis, ut per totum annum in templis leguntur, nunc primum excusae. Cologne, J. Gymnich 1535. 8vo. (24) pp., pp. 3 – 317, (1) p. (blank). Woodcut printer’s device. Contemp. blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards (a number of worm holes, 1 corner defective), 2 spine labels and two original clasps. Three scarce first editions in 1 volume. The title border of the second text is a work by Anton Woensam of Worms (Merlo no. 411). Bede or Beda Venerabilis (the venerable, 672/3 – 735) was one of the most important theologians of the early middle ages. His theological works, to which the present series of sermons belongs, were marked by their high authority. He was influential through his presentation of the history of the anglo-saxon church and as a result of a work on chronology; it was this work which helped to establish the term AD (Anno Domini). The front cover of the binding is divided into five panels. Top and bottom, two horizontal panels from right to left. Between these are three vertical panels of roughly the same size. In this central part: interspersed with rosettes are a woman with winged helmet, a woman with bonnet and a vase between. The floral, intertwined pattern of the left and right panel strips are repeated in the top and botton panels. Each panel has a ruled double-line frame. The rear cover is similarly decorated but the roll work of the woman with helmet is lacking here. Assignation of the binding is not possible: the EBDB does have a similar roll work under „Meister des Sixt Birck" from Augsburg, but it is not identical. Lacking fly leaves. Fore-edge title. To old entries to title, one of them dated „1538". Throughout with worm holes (loss of letters) light browning. I: IA 115.626; VD 16, B 1430; neither in Adams nor in BL (Online-Cat.). II: IA 115.625; VD 16, B 1431; neither in Adams nor in BL (Online-Cat.). III: IA 115.631; VD 16, B 1434; Adams B 458; not in BL (Online-Cat.).

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        Summario de la General Historia de I'Indie Occidentali.(title given on verso of first leaf)]

      1534 - Important source for primary material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi., which began publication in 1554. Only the Montalboddo collection precedes it as a collection of voyage narratives outside Europe; this is the first collection to focus entirely on the New World. The Historia. is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia general. .) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru , first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double-page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. The earliest voyage collection focusing on the New World, a work of tremendous importance in the dissemination of knowledge of America to Europe. European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; Church 69; Arents 3; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13. 79;64,[2]; [15] leaves. Double-sheet map. Woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, raised bands. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership signature on front free endpaper. Title leaf and first leaf of text remargined, not affecting text. Slight dampstaining in upper outer corner of first thirty-four leaves. Closed tear in leaf 56. Occasional contemporary ink notations in margins, manuscript start of an index on rear fly leaf. Two small burn holes in map, not affecting any printed area. Overall a very good copy. In a brown half morocco slipcase. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Summario de la Generale Historia de l'Indie Occidentali

      Venice 1534 - Bound to style in 18th-century dark red morocco, covers bordered in gilt, spine in six compartments with raised bands, ruled in gilt on either side of each band, lettered in the second compartment Important Source for Primary Material on the New World This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, Navigationi. ., which began publication in 1554. The Historia. is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the Decades of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades . The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's De la Natural Hystoria de las Indias (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later Historia GeneraL. .) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled La Conquista de Peru , first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double-page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. Arents 3; Borba de Moraes, pp.531-32; Church 69; European Americana 534/28; Harrisse 190; JCB (3)I:114; Sabin 1565; Streeter Sale 13. (7 7/8 x 5 1/2 inches). 1 folding woodcut map of Hispaniola, 4 woodcut illustrations (3 full-page, 1 half page). 3 parts in one volume, small quarto [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIA DE L'INDIE OCCIDENTALI.] LIBRO VLTIMO.

      [Venice]. . 1534 - [15] leaves. Small quarto. Contemporary vellum. A few fox marks, trimmed close at the top. Else near fine, with a contemporary ownership inscription of a Jesuit priest on a rear fly leaf. The third part, here in a separate issue, of this important collection of voyages and narratives, the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. This is one of the first attempts anywhere to collect a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection of NAVIGATIONI., which began publication in 1554. The HISTORIA. is divided into three books. This third part contains the first obtainable edition of a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled LA CONQUISTA DE PERU, first published in Seville in 1534 of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 534/28. HARRISSE 190. CHURCH 69. ARENTS 3. JCB (3)I:114. SABIN 1565. STREETER SALE 13.

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        Inscriptiones sacrosanctae vetustatis non illae quidem Romanae, sed totius fere orbis summo studio ac maximis impensis Terra Marique conquistae feliciter incipiunt.

      Ingolstadt, P. Apianus, 1534.. (40), DXII, (8) SS. Rot-schwarz gedruckter Titel mit großem Emblemholzschnitt nach Albrecht Dürer; am letzten Bl. verso Holzschnittdruckermarke. Mit Holzschnittwappen des Raimund Fugger, 7 großen Holzschnittinitialen mit astronomischen und mathematischen Motiven sowie 184 Holzschnittillustrationen; Text praktisch durchgehend von wechselnden vierteiligen Holzschnittbordüren eingefaßt. Lederband des 18. Jhs. mit goldgepr. Deckelsupralibros des Maximilian Ulrich von Kaunitz-Riedberg; Spuren eines gepr. Rückenschildchens auf 5 Bünden. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. Folio (210:292 mm).. Einzige Ausgabe. - Das auf Kosten des Bankiers Raimund Fugger herausgegebene Werk versammelt antike Inschriften und Statuen aus ganz Europa, letztere aus Fuggers eigener Sammlung. Der Text beruht auf älteren Studien von Peutinger, Pirckheimer und anderen. Außerordentlich schön ausgestattete Produktion aus der Privatpresse des als Mathematiker und Geographen bekannten Petrus Apianus (1495-1552); "ein wirklich bedeutendes Zeugnis aus Apians Schaffen auf nicht-mathematischem Gebiet" (Günther). Titelholzschnitt von Hans Brosamer nach Dürer; der Fugger'sche Wappenholzschnitt von M. Ostendorfer. - Einband berieben und an Ecken und Kanten bestoßen. Titel und Schlusseite angestaubt; zu Beginn schwacher Wasserrand. Textbereich der bis weit in den Rand hinein bedruckten Seite tt1r eingefaltet (Beschnitt berührt eben das letzte Zeichen der rechten Spalte; die Abbildung der Statue gering angeschnitten). Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk des Grafen Leopold Wilhelm von Kaunitz (1614-55), datiert 1647; am letzten Blatt recto (von dessen Hand?) Eintragung zu einem Grab des 15. Jahrhunderts in der Pfarrkirche Everdingen: "Hie liegt begraben der edel undt veste Herr Christianus Haymon von Harteneck, welcher gestorben ist an der plag der Francosen." Um 1720 gebunden für Leopold Wilhelms Enkel Maximilian Ulrich Graf von Kaunitz-Rietberg (1679-1746), kaiserlicher Staatsmann und ab 1720 Landeshauptmann von Mähren, Vater des Staatskanzlers Wenzel Anton von Kaunitz-Rietberg. - VD 16, A 3086. IA 106.422. Adams A 1291. BM-STC German 37. Stalla 85. Brunet I, 342. Van Ortroy 109. Günther (Apian) 20f. (ausf.).

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        [SUMMARIO DE LA GENERAL HISTORIA DE L'INDIE OCCIDENTALI...(title given on verso of first leaf)]

      Venice. 1534.. 79; 64,[2]; [15] leaves. Double-sheet map. Woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary full vellum, manuscript title on spine, raised bands. Neat bookplate on front pastedown, old bookseller's label on rear pastedown. Contemporary ownership signature on front free endpaper. Title-leaf and first leaf of text remargined, not affecting text. Slight dampstaining in upper outer corner of first thirty-four leaves. Closed tear in leaf 56. Occasional contemporary ink notations in margins, manuscript start of an index on rear fly leaf. Two small burn holes in map, not affecting any printed area. Overall a very good copy. In a half brown morocco and cloth slipcase. This important collection of voyages and narratives is the work of several authors, although most bibliographers attribute it to Peter Martyr, a translation of whose work makes up the first section. The present volume is one of the first attempts anywhere to assemble a group of accounts of travel and exploration. It was probably assembled for publication by the Venetian, Giovanni Ramusio, later famous for his much larger collection, NAVIGATIONI..., which began publication in 1554. Only the Montalboddo collection precedes it as a collection of voyage narratives outside Europe. This is the first collection to focus entirely on the New World. The HISTORIA... is divided into three books. The first part is made up of material from the DECADES of Peter Martyr, drawn from the edition of 1530, the first complete edition to present all eight Decades. The second and most important part is drawn from the first published work of the great historian and chronicler of the early West Indies, Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo's DE LA NATURAL HYSTORIA DE LAS INDIAS (Toledo, 1526). Since that pioneering work of American natural history (which is a completely different book from Oviedo's later HISTORIA GENERAL...) is virtually unobtainable today, the present 1534 publication is the only form in which the first work of Oviedo can be had. Oviedo's observations are the first accurate reports of New World plants and animals. He also provides one of the first accounts of Bermuda, where he tried to land while en route to Spain in 1515, only to be driven off by adverse winds. The distinction of being the first obtainable edition is also true of the third part, a translation of an anonymously written tract entitled LA CONQUISTA DE PERU, first published in Seville, also in 1534, of which only three copies survive. It gives the text of the tract in full. Both are among the first published accounts of the conquest of Peru. The woodcuts in the text are both drawn from the work of Oviedo and made up by the Venetian printers. They are some of the earliest published images of the New World based on actual experience, as opposed to the fantasies of European woodcut artists. There is also a handsome double- page woodcut map of Hispaniola, an extremely early piece of detailed New World cartography. The earliest voyage collection focusing on the New World, a work of tremendous importance in the dissemination of knowledge of America to Europe. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 534/28. HARRISSE 190. CHURCH 69. ARENTS 3. JCB (3)I:114. SABIN 1565. STREETER SALE 13.

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        Tractatus de immortalitate animae. [No place or publisher], 1534.

      - This copy of Pomponazzi's famous treatise on immortality (1516) was probably printed in Paris in the early 1600s and backdated to foil the censor. 'His doctrines on immortality, first set forth in De immortalitate, occasioned cries of outrage from prominent philosophers and theologians and produced the immortality controversy, one of the most important debates prior to the Reformation' (DSB XI 74). 12mo, 147 pp., contemporary mottled calf, spine gilt in compartments, front joint cracked but firm, some light marginal waterstaining, a very good copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conclusiones mathematicas, practicas, y especulativas defendidas en el principio del segundo año ... Manila, Nicolas de la Cruz Bagay, 1758. 4to. With engraved frontispiece equestrian portrait of Ferdinand VI, King of Spain and Emperor of the Indies. Contemporary salmon-coloured silk over flexible boards, preserved in modern portfolio.

      De Backer & Sommervogel VIII, col. 1534; Medina, La imprenta en Manila 260; WorldCat (7 copies). First and only edition of a brief dissertation on the practical use of mathematics in the military by the Spanish soldier Fernando de Araya, "alferez de una de las compañias del regimiento del rey nuestro señor", who studied at Manilla's Jesuit University. With the Jesuit mathematician Francisco Ortiz Zugasti (1727-1772) as praeses. Although the letterpress presswork leaves much to be desired, the frontispiece is nicely executed and well printed, and the Italian laid paper is excellent and very white.In very good condition. Silk covering torn at the spine (front board nearly detached) and with faded patches along the edge of the front board. A rare Manilla imprint, bound in silk.

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        Theophylacti archiepiscopi Bulgariae In omnes divi Pauli epistolas enarrationes.

      - Ensemble 2 ouvrages en un volume infolio. Réimpressionde l'édition donnée par Josse Bade en 1534, dans la traduction de Jean OEcolampade, descommentaires sur les Évangiles de l'archevêque bulgare Théophylacte (XIe siècle). Ex-librismanuscrit d'un ordre religieux sur le titre. La marque de Jean Petit a été collée sur le dernierfeuillet, blanc. AUTEUR:THÉOPHYLACTE TITRE:Theophylacti archiepiscopi Bulgariae in quatuor evangelia enarrationes. LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE:[Paris], vaenundantur Jodoco Badio Ascensio & Joanni Roigny, 1534[Pierre Vidoue pour Jean Petit, Ponce le Preux et Pierre Gaudoul, juillet, c. 1535]. COLLATION: Pie?ces lim.,CCVII ff. Réimpression de l'édition donnée par Josse Bade en 1534, dans la traduction de Jean OEcolampade,des commentaires sur les Évangiles de l'archevêque bulgare Théophylacte (XIe siècle). Ex-librismanuscrit d'un ordre religieux sur le titre. La marque de Jean Petit a été collée sur le dernierfeuillet, blanc. Moreau, IV, n° 1433. AUTEUR:THÉOPHYLACTE TITRE: Theophylacti archiepiscopi Bulgariae In omnes divi Pauli epistolas enarrationes. LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Paris, [Pierre Vidoue pour] Jean Petit, 1535. COLLATION:Pie?ces limin., CCVII ff Réimpression de l'édition donnée par Josse Bade en 1534, dans la traduction de CristoforoPersona, des commentaires sur les épîtres pauliniennes. La marque de Jean Petit a été collée sur ledernier feuillet, blanc. COLLATION: Pie?ces lim., CXCV ff. FORMAT: RELIURE: Pleine -basane granitée, filet doré autour des plats, dos orné (Reliure del'époque). ILLUSTRATIONS: Bel encadrements gravés sur bois des pages de titre. ETAT:Mouillures au début et in-fine et rousseurs uniformes, marge inférieure de 2 feuilletsréparée. Passages soulignés ( à la plume). Restaurations à la reliure, contregarde supérieurerenouvelée. BIOGRAPHIE & THEME:Théophylacte d'Ohrid (ou d'Achrida) (grec:???????????), est un archevêque d'Ohrid(à partir de 1088/1089) à l'époque byzantine, né en Eubée vers 1050, mort après 1126. POIDS: 2500 g NOUVEAU ! Indiquez-nous vos desiderata pourêtre averti par email de la mise en vente de nouveaux ouvrages qui vous interessent ! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hoc in Volumini C. Crispi Sallustii haec omnia continentur. Epistola Pomponii ad Augustinum Mapheum. Epistola Io. Badii Ascensii nobliss ac Reuerendo D. Franciso Rouhan Lugdunensium Archipraesuli [etc.] . . . Sall. Bellum Catilinariu [etc.] . . . Bellu

      Venetiis [Venice]: Ioannis Tacuini de Tridino.., 1534. Disbound. Good. Folio, pp. (6 leaves) [xii] + 151 leaves [302]; 19th century morocco gilt; boards detached but present; spine intact; marbled endpapers; Harvard College alumni bookplate to front pastedown; later flyleaves; decorative wood engraved title leaf printed in red and black; woodcut initials throughout; few marginal notes in a contemporary hand; scattered offsetting and foxing to text leaves; text block sound; good as is. Apparently scarce edition illustrated with 15 wood engraved insets. (The first printed edition of Sallust was published in 1470.) With commentary by various authorities surrounding Sallust's text. Born into a plebeian family, the Roman historian Sallust (85-35 BCE) was a partisan and friend of Julius Caesar, who installed him as governor of Africa Nova, a position that allowed him to amass great wealth through extortion, graft and oppression. He escaped condemnation through his connection to Caesar and retired to Rome in luxury. Two of his works survive as complete texts, Cataline's War (his first published work) and the Jurgenthine War; only fragments of his Histories remain. Sallust strongly opposed the old Roman aristocracy which he described as vicious and depraved. In Caesar he saw a leader who might strengthen Roman morality and politics, though his own personal ethics were notable only in what they lacked. As a writer he showed a lively, unusual and epigrammatic style, often employing either archaic terms or even creating neologisms. Other classical writers, including Tacitus and Quintillian, considered Sallust an historian of the first rank. WorldCat locates three copies, including one at the Houghton. OCLC accession # 83423551. Disbound.

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        Corsica.]

      1534 - Venice, 1534. Woodcut, image 85 x 145mm, set in Italian text. Fine condition. Sea chart of Corsica, with Elba and Capraia, with another map, centred on Pianosa on verso. Published in the 'Libro di Benedetto Bordone', better known as his 'Isolario'. Despite the six editions between 1528-1562 these maps are rare.

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        EN TIBI LECTOR ROBERTUM VALTURIUM AD ILLUSTREM HEROA SIGISMUNDUM PANDULPHUM MALATESTAM ARIMINENSIUM REGEM, DE RE MILITARI LIBRIS XII

      Parisiis, apud Christianum Wechelum, 1534.multo emaculatius, ac picturis, quae plurimae in eo sunt, elegantioribus expressum, quam cum Veronae inter initia artis chalcographicae Anno M.cccclxxxiii invulgaretur. Latin text, 1534. Folio, approximately 320 x 210 mm, 12¾ x 8¼ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page and repeated on final page, 97 large woodcut illustrations, many full or almost full page, woodcut pictorial initials throughout, pages: (12), 383, (1), bound in full contemporary vellum, early hand lettering to spine, all edges red. Vellum darkened and with a small dark stain on lower cover, wrinkled across centre of upper cover, spine also wrinkled and with 1 tiny chip to vellum, pale damp stain to inner edge of first 3 leaves, another to lower inner corner of 13 leaves near the end, title page faintly foxed and missing tip of upper corner, pale age - browning to pages throughout, a very occasional small light stain, small closed tear to 2 inner margins at lower edge, another affecting 4 lines of text, all expertly repaired with no loss of text, 1 very small corner missing, small neat repair to lower inner edge of 2 adjacent leaves, 1 of them has a slight crease and is very slightly ragged at lower edge, the other is slightly ragged at fore - edge, small chip and tiny hole to fore - edge margin of last leaf, final page a little spotted. Binding tight and firm. Overall a very good copy. Roberto Valturio (1413 - 1483) was an Italian military engineer to Sigismondo Malatesta, ruler of Rimini. This work was first printed in Latin in Verona in 1472 and was the first printed book to show technical military equipment. "The historical importance of the De Re Militari lies in the fact that it is the first book printed with illustrations of a technical or scientific character depicting the progressive engineering ideas of the author's own time. ...The Verona Valturius and its reprints were the handbooks of the military leaders of the Renaissance, and Leonardo da Vinci, when acting as chief engineer to Cesare Borgia, possessed a copy and borrowed some of its designs." Printing & the Mind of Man, page 7, No. 10. This edition was edited by Paolo Ramusio, who signs the preliminary dedication. The woodcuts are reversed free copies of those in the 1483 Italian edition. They show the equipment necessary for the military and naval engineer including weapons, revolving gun turrets, siege engines, platforms and ladders for sieges, battering rams, paddle wheels, flotation devices, a lifebelt, something resembling a tank, pontoon and other bridges, a completely closed boat that could be half submerged, etc. Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, p.133, No. 501. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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