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        APOPHTHEGMATUM LIBRI OCTO Cum primis frugiferi, denuò vigilanter ab ipso recogniti autore, non sine lucro novae accessionis.

      Basileae, in officina Frobeniana, 1535. In-16 p. (mm. 152x104), p. pelle bazana settecentesca (picc. spacchi ale cerniere), decoraz. e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 8 cc.nn., 864 pp.num., 28 cc.nn.; al frontespizio marca tipograf. xilografata (e anche disegnata a penna), ornato da grandi e bei capilett. figur. su fondo nero, pure inc. su legno. Traduzione e raccolta di brevi significativi insegnamenti e aneddoti di autori antichi, greci e romani (Plutarco, Diogene Laerzio, Senofonte, Plinio, Tito Livio, Svetonio, Macrobio, Erodoto, Seneca, Filostrato, Valerio Massimo, Eutropio, etc.). "Prima edizione frobeniana" in 8 libri (la prima ediz., in 6 libri, è del 1531). L?'opera ebbe grande successo, fu tradotta in varie lingue ed ebbe numerosiss. edizioni. Cfr. Adams,I, 493 (p. 395). Corto del marg. sup. altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        L Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Divinarum Institutionum libri septem proxime castigati, et aucti Eiusdem De ira Dei liber I De opificio Dei liber I Epitome in libros suos, liber acephalos Phoenix Carmen de Dominica Resurrectione Item index in eundem rerum omnium Tertulliani liber apologeticus cum indice

      [colophon: Venetiis: In aedibus haeredum Aldi, et Andreae soceri] 8vo (16 cm, 6.25"). [16], 328, [10], [2 (blank)], 47, [1 (blank)], [44] ff.. 1535 Lactantius was a North African writer (ca. 240?-320), born a pagan and converted to Christianity, whose polished style earned him, during the Renaissance, the sobriquet of "the Christian Cicero." According to the New Catholic Encyclopedia, Jerome admired his writings, judging their strengths and weaknesses as apologetics somewhat wistfully: "Would that he had been able to establish our teachings as well as he demolished that of others." The editio princeps of Lactantius was issued in 1465, and the first Aldine in 1515. Like that latter, this edition includes also a short "Apologetic" by Tertullian, with a preface by Giovanni Battista Egnazio; and it bears for the first time a new preface on Lactantius by Paulus Manutius. Renouard notes that => this is an excellent edition, better than the first Aldine of 1515, and that one of the editors, Onorato Fascitello, had consulted the manuscripts of Lactantius found at Monte Cassino in preparation for it. Spaces have been left for initials throughout, unaccomplished; the whole is in Aldine italic, and the Aldine dolphin and anchor is found both on the title- and the last page. In this copy gathering "a" is in duplicate. Evidence of readership: Scattered substantive marginalia in Latin to about leaf 140. Provenance: Note on front pastedown reads, "E libris C. Brinsden, 1737. Dr. Ferrari, Librarian to Lord Leicester . . . exchanged this with me and some other books for two books of Fronterino, which were placed in his Lordship's library at Holkam in Norfolk." Later 18th-century signature of R. Compton on front free endpaper. Late 19th- or early 20th-century bookplate of American collector Fritz Hermann Jordan on front free endpaper verso. Early limp vellum with remnants of ties, dust-soiled. Text with waterstaining, sometimes very noticeable; some worming in margins costing parts of some marginalia; last few leaves of volume's "names and things" index damaged in upper outer corner costing a few words and numbers on its last page. Certainly not a pristine copy but one with an interesting provenance and research-worthy marginalia.

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        L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Divinarum Institutionum libri septem proxime castigati, et aucti. Eiusdem De ira Dei liber I. De opificio Dei liber I. Epitome in libros suos, liber acephalos. Phoenix. Carmen de Dominica Resurrectione. Item index in eundem rerum omnium. Tertulliani liber apologeticus cum indice

      [colophon: Venetiis: In aedibus haeredum Aldi, et Andreae soceri] 8vo (16 cm, 6.25"). [16], 328, [10], [2 (blank)], 47, [1 (blank)], [44] ff.. 1535 Lactantius was a North African writer (ca. 240–320), born a pagan and converted to Christianity, whose polished style earned him, during the Renaissance, the sobriquet of "the Christian Cicero." According to the New Catholic Encyclopedia, Jerome admired his writings, judging their strengths and weaknesses as apologetics somewhat wistfully: "Would that he had been able to establish our teachings as well as he demolished that of others." The editio princeps of Lactantius was issued in 1465, and the first Aldine in 1515. Like that latter, this edition includes also a short "Apologetic" by Tertullian, with a preface by Giovanni Battista Egnazio; and it bears for the first time a new preface on Lactantius by Paulus Manutius. Renouard notes that => this is an excellent edition, better than the first Aldine of 1515, and that one of the editors, Onorato Fascitello, had consulted the manuscripts of Lactantius found at Monte Cassino in preparation for it. Spaces have been left for initials throughout, unaccomplished; the whole is in Aldine italic, and the Aldine dolphin and anchor is found both on the title- and the last page. In this copy gathering "a" is in duplicate. Evidence of readership: Scattered substantive marginalia in Latin to about leaf 140. Provenance: Note on front pastedown reads, "E libris C. Brinsden, 1737. Dr. Ferrari, Librarian to Lord Leicester . . . exchanged this with me and some other books for two books of Fronterino, which were placed in his Lordship's library at Holkam in Norfolk." Later 18th-century signature of R. Compton on front free endpaper. Late 19th- or early 20th-century bookplate of American collector Fritz Hermann Jordan on front free endpaper verso. Early limp vellum with remnants of ties, dust-soiled. Text with waterstaining, sometimes very noticeable; some worming in margins costing parts of some marginalia; last few leaves of volume's "names and things" index damaged in upper outer corner costing a few words and numbers on its last page. Certainly not a pristine copy but one with an interesting provenance and research-worthy marginalia.

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        De Architettura dal vero esemplare latino nella volgar lingua tradotto

      Venice: Nicolo de Aristotele detto Zoppino, 1535. Second Durantino edition of the first illustrated edition of Vitruvius (original Latin 1511) and the first attempt to establish a critical text of the only surviving ancient architectural treatise, notoriously difficult for its technical matter and crabbed means of expression.

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        Ecclesiastes, sive Concionator Evangelicus. Liber Primus. De Dignitate, Difficultate, Pietate, Puritate, Pridentia caeterisque virtutibus Ecclesiastae...Cui praefigitur Dissertatio Praeliminaris. RARE BRAY 'ERASMUS'

      8vo., First and Sole Edition thus, on laid paper, text in Latin, with several fine woodcut head - and tail - pieces, some slight age - staining (mainly marginal, more pronounced on a handful of leaves); contemporary marbled boards, very neatly rebacked in calf to style, back with four raised bands, second compartment with red leather label lettered in gilt, a remarkably, fresh, crisp, clean copy. First published in 1535, the 'Ecclesiastes' is Erasmus' last and longest work, a detailed treatise on preaching and the offices and duties of priesthood. O'Malley deems it 'a major monument - perhaps the major monument - in the history of sacred rhetoric. Its only rival is the De Doctrina Christiana of Augustine' (Erasmus and the History of Sacred Rhetoric: The Ecclesiastes of 1535).Bray's extended (25pp) introduction begins in typically exuberant fashion - 'Jesu & Omnia!', dedicating the printing to Edmund [Gibson], Bishop of London [1669 - 1748] and Edward, Bishop of Coventry and Lichfield. Erasmus' famous preface, revealing his responses to the deaths of More, Fisher, Wareham and Mountjoy, is given in full. Thomas Bray (1656 - 1730), Commissary of Maryland and founder of SPCK, did much to spread abroad knowledge of significant religious works. 'It was a great service to the cause of Christian knowledge', undertaken for no reward and with 'unspeakable labour and fatigue'.Rare.

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        Macrobii Ambrosii Aurelii Theodosii Viri Consularis & illustris in somnium Scipionis libri II. Eiusdem Saturnaliorum libri VII (---) - Ioch. Cam. Lectori. Basileae - Hervagius, 1535.

      - 1 volume in-4° relié cartonnage recouvert de papier parcheminé (XIXe siècle). 20 feuilles non chiffrées dont page de titre. Restaurations dans les marges des 12 premières feuilles sans atteinte au texte, quelques petites mouillures claires sans gravité en marge supérieure de quelques pages, quelques auréoles violacées en marges de quelques pages en début de volume - 334 p. 3 petits bois gravés dans le texte deux sphères et une carte et 1 f. nchf. Bon état voir défauts signalés. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sammelband mit 4 Werken des Theologen. - I.: Catechismus Ecclesiae Lere vnd Handelunge des heiligen Christenthums, aus der warheyt Göttliches worts, kurtz vn[d] lieblich beschrieben

      Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1535.. 108 unnum. Bll. - II. Apologia: das ist: ein vertedigs rede Georgij Wicelij wider seyne affterreder die Luteristen, mit sampt kurtzer abconterfeyung Luterischer secten, vnd preiß alter Römischen Kirchen, nützlich zuo lesen. Auch wie er von der Kirchen in die secten kommen, vnd von den selbigen widerumb zuo der Kirchen geflohen ist. Freiburg, (Johannes Faber aus Emmich), um 1536. 22 unnum. Bll. - III. Der Hunderst vnnd zwentzigist Psalm Dauids, Christlich ausgelegt. Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1535. 20 unnum. Bll. - IV. Das Erste Teil. Annotationes das sind kurtze verzeichnus inn die Wittembergischen newen Dolmetschung der gantzen Heiligen Bibel aller Christenheit zu lesen vnd hoeren sehr nott vnnd nuetz. (Tl. 1 von 2). Leipzig, Melchior Lotter 1536. 16 unnum. Bll., 153 num. Bll. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdecken, mit 1 (von 2) Schließen). 4°. VD16 W 3875, 3861, 3965, 3846. - Georg Witzel (1501-1573) konvertierte 1521 zum Protestantismus und wurde wenig später in Pillnitz eingekerkert, da er in seiner "Pfarrei in Niemegh bei Wittenberg den des Arianismus beschuldigten Studenten Job. Campanus aufgenommen hatte, und kehrte wieder zum Katholizismus zurück". Der in diesem Sammelband in der ersten Ausgabe vorhandene Catechismus Ecclesiae ist "der erste Versuch, die biblische Geschichte im Jugendunterricht zu verwerthen. Er hat durch diese Schrift den Katechismus Luther`s verdrängen wollen" (ADB XLIII, 657ff). - Zu Beginn und Schluss tls. feuchtfleckig. Titel von (I) mit alt ausgestrichenen Besitzvermerken. Mit zeitgen. Marginalien in den breiten Rändern. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Athenaiu Deipnosophiston Biblia Pentekaideka Athenaei Dipnosophistarvm, Hoc Est argute sciteque conuiuio disserentum Lib XV, quibus nunc quantum operae ac diligentiae adhibitum sit satis fiedei erit

      Basileae: Joannes Valderus, 1535. Quarto, [34], 333, [1]. Second edition. Text in Greek, editor's notes in Latin & Greek. One of the most important works of late classical antiquity dealing with food, wine, and table customs, dating from the third century A.D. The book is a fictionalized symposium of twenty one artists, writers, musicians and surgeons, discussing all things that, according to Greek custom, should adorn a banquet. The names of the most famous gastronomers and most celebrated cooks are recorded, and the text of a recipe from a lost cookbook by Mithaecus is quoted -- the earliest recipe by a named author in any language. The virtues and qualities of various wines are the subjects of lengthy discourses. Table ornament and decoration are also treated. Rebound in modern half-vellum, text-block trimmed. Generally very good internally, with a touch of foxing to some leaves, and pages supple. With the bookplate of Anne Willan, noted authority on French food, founder of the prestigious Ecole de Cuisine La Varenne and, with her husband Mark, truly great cookbook collectors. This edition very scarce in the trade. [OCLC locates eight copies, only one in the US, at the University of Kansas; his edition not listed in Bitting, Cagle, or Vicaire].

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        C. Plinii Secundi: Historia Mundi, Denuo Emendata, Non Paucis Locis ex Diligenti ad Pervetusta et optimae fidei exemplaria collatione nunc primu animaduersis castigatis.].

      Hieronymus Froben a.Ä.; Nikolaus Episcopius d.Ä.; Johannes Herwagen a.Ä, Basel 1535 - 17 Bll. (von 18), 671 Seiten. 1 Bl. (Druckermarke), 91 Bll. (von 92) (Register), Buchblock auf 6 Bünden (beide Deckel fehlen), farbiger Blattschnitt, Folio (37 x 25,5 cm). Der Naturgeschichte von Plinius (hier Historia Mundi" genannt) geht ein kurzes Vorwort von Erasmus von Rotterdam voraus, sowie Erläuterungen von Sigmund Gelen. - VD16 P 3537. - Der Text enthält zahlreiche Holzschnitt-Vignetten und Holzschnitt-Bilderinitialen, außerdem (auf dem Blatt nach Seite 671) die Druckermarke von Froben (zwei Hände, zwei gekrönte Schlangen an einem Stab und ein Vogel). Das Kolophon auf Seite 671 weist den Februar 1535 als Entstehungsdatum für das Buch aus. - Der Band trägt zahlreiche Anstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand. Das Kolophon enthält außerdem einen handschriftlichen Ausleihvermerk von 1537 und einen Hinweis von alter Hand, dass das Buch eingehend mit der ebenfalls bei Froben erschienenen Plinius-Ausgabe von 1545 verglichen wurde (ein Teil der Anmerkungen im Text korrespondiert mit diesem Hinweis). - Dem vorliegenden Exemplar fehlt das erste Blatt und das letzte Blatt des Registers (das Register bricht bei "Varrini" ab). - Der Band bedarf buchbinderischer Aufmerksamkeit (fehlende Deckel, Rückenlederrelikte. Das letzte Blatt lose). Besonders die ersten und letzten Lagen stark eselsohrig; durchgehend gering fleckig; zum Teil mit Minierspuren. Trotz des Gesamtschadensbildes von guter Substanz. 3002 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Notariatsbu(o)ch, Wes einem Notarien oder Schreiber, aller seiner Practic, in ieden Sachen, Contracten und verbrieffungen, zuwissen, zubetrachten, zuuersehen, und fürzunemen sei. Cantzleibuch, Allerhand Missiuen und Schrifften Formlich zustellen

      Frankfurt, Christian Egenolff d. Ä., (1535).. 4 nn., CV num. Bll. mit 3 figürlichen Titelvignetten in Holzschnitt und 2 figürlichen Holzschnitt-Vignetten im Text (ohne die Bll. 90 bis 92). 4°. Pgmt. der Zeit (etw. fleckig, bestoßen und verzogen).. Zweite Ausgabe des seltenen Handbuches für Notare und Amtsschreiber, erstmals 1534 erschienen. - VD 16 N 1869. STC 655. Wolf George Harms, Bibliographie zur Geschichte des deutschen Notariats Nr. 872. - In der Tradition des vom Bologneser Notar Salathiel im Mittelalter verfassten "Summa artis notariae" stehendes Handbuch zur Abfertigung von Dokumenten und Urkunden. Gegliedert ist das Werk nach den diversen offizielen und privaten Verträgen, Schreiben, Urkunden und Diokumenten wie z. B. Kaufbriefe, Mahnung, Wechsel, Testament, Ladung vor Gericht, Schuldbrief usw. Am Anfang wird die theoretische Form des Dokumentes behandelt und danach werden zahlreiche Musterbeispiele gegeben. Durch diese Musterbeispiele werden Doumente des 16. Jahrhunderts für uns wesentlich besser verständlich. Das Werk selbst wandte sich hauptsächlich an den Notar bzw. Kanzleischreiber sollte aber auch den gebildeten Laien im Geschäftsleben und Rechtsverkehr eine Hilfestellung geben. - Die fehlenden Bll. XC, XCI und XCII auf altem Papier sehr gut faksimiliert. - Anfangs 4 Bll. mit angerändertem Eckabriß (kleiner Bildverlust). Stellenw. etw. fleckig. Mit dem letzten weißen Blatt, dieses mit zeitgenössischen Notizen in Tinte.

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        Teutsch Römisch Brevier vast nutzlich und trostlich. Nämlich den klosterfrawen, die nach dem lateinischen Römischen Brevier, als die clarisserin und ander ire tagzeit bezalen.

      Augsburg, A. Weißenhorn 1535.. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln (15 x 20,5 cm). 20 nn., 569 num. Blatt, 600-635 num. Blatt. Es fehlt das weisse Blatt nach Blatt 569. Die Blattzählung springt. Mit 24 Kalender- und Tierkreisholzschnitten und zahlreichen Textholzschnitten von J. Breu, H. Schäufelein u. a.. Erste Ausgabe. - In Rot und Schwarz gedrucktes Brevier. Die Kalenderholzschnitte zeigen jahreszeitentypische Arbeiten, jeweils begleitet von einem Tierkreiszeichen. - Einige Blätter mit Wasserrand, Vorsätze und Titel mit Eintragungen von alter Hand, vorderes Innengelenk gelockert. Einband leicht fleckig, ohne Schließen. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek Heribert Boeder. - VD 16, B 8092. - BM STC, German Books S. 505. - Bohatta 105. - Oldenbourg L 49. - First edition. With 24 woodcuts for the calendarium, and numerous woodcuts by J. Breu, H. Schäufelein etc. Blindstamped pigskin (without clasps). Missing 1 blank in between. First and last leaves waterstained, flying endpapers and title with annotations, front inner hinge a little bit shaken. Binding slightly stained.

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        T. LIVII PATAVINI LATINAE HISTORIAE PRINCIPIS DECADES TRES Cum dimidia, longe tamen quàm nuper emaculatiores, quod nunc demum ad vetera contulerimus exemplaria, ubi quantum sit deprehensum mendorum, facile indicabunt doctissimae in hunc autorem Beati Rhenani & Sigismundi Galenij adiunctae Annotationes.

      Basileae, In Officina Frobeniana, 1535. In folio (mm. 373x252), mz. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, pp.num. 69,(7),244,243,211,91,(40),(96), ornato da belliss. grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta, su fondo nero, inc. su legno. Manca la prima carta dopo il frontesp. (a2). Vi sono contenute: "Decas Prima (in 10 libri) - Decas Tertia (in 10 libri) - Decas Quarta (in 10 libri) - Decas Quinta (in 5 libri) con proprio frontesp. (in Officina Frobeniana, 1534) - Decadum XIIII Epitome - Chronologia sive temporum supputatio in omnem Romanam historiam ab Troia capta ad millesimum ducentesimum octogesimum tertium ab Urbe condita annum.. per Henricum Glareanum.., con proprio frontesp. (Basileae, 1535) - Indice". Cfr. Graesse,IV,227: "Réimpression de l'édition de Bale de 1531, augmentée des notes de Rhenanus et de Galenius qui ont corrigé le texte.. L'éd. de 1531 est importante parce qu'elle donne pour la première fois le 5 livres découverts par Grynée dans un man. de la bibl. du monastère de Lorsch près de Worms..". Lieve alone all'ang. sup. e inf. interc. nel t. altrimenti esemplare molto ben conservato.

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        Paraphraseon Des. Erasmi Roterodami, in Nouum Testamentum : uidelicet in quatuor Euangelia, & Acta apostolorum, nunc Postremum ab autore non oscitanter recognitus

      Basileae : In officina Frob., 1535: Basileae : In officina Frob., 1535, 1535. Collation, 194,pp[2] blank, 126pp, [2], 422pp. This being volume 2, parts 4,5,6. First 2 parts dated 1535, final part 1532. Volume 2. pt. 4]: D. Erasmi Roterodami paraphrasis in Euangelium secundum Ioannem, ad illustrissimum principem Ferdinandum, per autorem recognita. 194pp.1535. pt. 5]:1. In Acta Apostolorum paraphrasis Erasmi Roterodami, ab autore recognita. 126, [2]pp. 1535. pt5]:2. Secundus continens paraphrasim D. Erasmi Roterodami in omneis epistolas apostolicas, summa cura denuo ab ipso autore recognitam, emendatamq[ue], tum ex archetypis, tum eruditorum animaduersione, ita ut accuratius fieri uix potuerit. Caetera cognosces lector, inuersa pagin. 442pp.1532. Bound in full early calf. Rebacked at some time, ( not recently ), retaining original boards, raised bands, elaborate gilt tooling within compartments, leather title labels. Calf lightly rubbed and scuffed. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, first title dust or dirt marked, some light staining to first 25 pages, early neat previous owners name inscription on bottom section of title. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice clean copy, in a very attractive early binding. A6 . Full-Leather. Very Good Plus. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        Christiados libri sex.

      colophon: Cremona: in aedibus Diuae Margaritae Lodouic. Britan. impr. October 1535 - FIRST EDITION, printed in italic type, light damp-staining mainly confined to upper margins in the last third of the volume, ff. 155 (of 156, lacking final blank), small 4to, modern limp vellum, elegant seventeenth-century ownership inscription of Johannes Paulus Barnus, and the text extensively annotated by him, good Vida (1485? - September 27, 1566) was an Italian humanist, bishop and poet. Born at Cremona, Vida joined the court of Pope Leo X and was given a prior at Frascati. He became bishop of Alba in 1532. His major work was the Latin epic poem Christiados, in the style and much of the language of Vergil. He began work on it under Pope Leo X in the 1510s but did not complete it until the early 1530s. It was published in 1535, well after the pope’s death. This copy has an elegant ownership inscription with Latin verses on the rear flyleaf, and the same hand has compiled a 2-page index of names (at the front), the names themselves being picked out in marginal notes to the text. (Adams V703; CNCE 23264)

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        JUVENALIS PERSIUS

      IN FINE: VENETIIS, IN AEDIBUS HAEREDUM ALDI, ET ANDREAE SOCERI, MENSE MARTIO., Venetiis 1535 - [Aldina rara] (cm.16,8) ottima piena pergamena manoscritta, di poco posteriore, ricavata da un rogito notarile con il " Signum Tabellionis ", ben restaurata, sguardie antiche.-- cc. 78 numerate. Ancora e data al frontis, spazi per capitali con letterina guida, colophon a carta 78 che è bianca al verso. Terza edizione veramente rara, con il testo identico alle due precedenti del 1501 e 1515, che esaurirono subito e per ciò ne fu fatta questa nuova impressione nel 1535 con al colophon la scritta " In aedibus haeredum aldi." anzichè: " in aedibus aldi.". E' questa una delle opere più antiche in formato tascabile dei classici impressi da Aldo. Vecchia integrazione al margine del frontis che intacca appena la punta dell' ancora e qualche macchietta, foro di tarlo ben restaurato al margine bianco delle ultime 4 carte, altrimenti esemplare molto bello, fresco e nitido. RENOUARD 113/1; BURGASSI 77/1; AHMANSON-MURPHY-UCLA n° 242 fasc. III A; BM. STC. 364; ADAMS J 777.[f30] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De magistratibus sacerdotisque romanorum libellus, iam primum nitori restitutus. Pomponii laeti itidem.item valerii probi de literis antiq. opusculum.

      Malchiorem Sessam, Venetiis 1535 - [Diritto] (cm.16) ottima mezza pergamena antica ben restaurata.-- cc. 76 nn., grande marca tipografica all' inizio e in fine, ultima carta bianca. Opera celebre apparsa nel 1477 e molte volte ristampata. Il nome di Fenestella è immaginario, il vero autore è Fiocchi Andrea domenico di firenze. La nostra edizione assai elegante, con capilettera figurati e a fondo nero è molto rara. Manca ad Adams, Bm. Stc., Choix, Moranti e Sapori " Antichi Testi Giuridici ". Ampia gora bruna interessa più o meno tutto il volume senza danni al testo. Altrimenti buon esemplare nitido e marginoso. * graesse II 567.[f60] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Deche Di Tito Livio Volgari, Delle Storie Romane, Con Somma Diligenza Corrette et d' Infiniti Errori Emendate.aggiuntovi Anchora La Quinta Deca Di Nuovo Leggiadrmente Fatta Volgare.

      (in fine) Vinegia Per Vettor Di Ravani et Compagni 1535, Vinegia - [Volgare-Raro-Prima edizione] (cm. 21,5) buona e solida mz. pergamena del XVIII secolo, tassello al dorso in pelle e oro, piatti policromi. Angoli lievemente smussati.-- cc. 20 nn., cc. 528, cc. 72 (mal numerate 71). Frontis entro bellissima bordura xilografica a fiorami con delfini e stemma in basso. Ritratto dell' autore a piena pagina ripreso dall' edizione latina del 1520, testo a due colonne e vari bei capolettera figurati. Pregiata edizione e veramente rara, manca a Choix, Bm. Stc., Adams e Poggiali. Inoltre è Prima edizione quanto alla quinta deca e Argelati asserisce che questo volgarizzamento è diverso dalle precedenti versioni. La splendida xilografia del ritratto è firmata Zuan Andrea. Vecchi rinforzo all' angolino bianco del frontis e al margine bianco di carta 3 per strappo, altrimenti esemplare molto bello nitido e fresco e di grande bellezza tipografica. Provenienza: Asta Semenzato Firenze 1987. * Argelati II 314; * Paitoni II 209; * Sander 4005; * Gamba 600 in nota; * Mortimer 261 in nota.[f49] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia mundi, denuo emendata [.].

      Hieronymum Froben, Apud inclytam Basileam; Basel 1535 - [36]-671-[185] pp. FIRST EDITION commented by one of the most prestigious humanists of the 16th c., the Czech erudite Sigismond Gelenius, who worked his whole life for the Froben press and who was a great friend of ERASMUS (who wrote the preface). During centuries Plinius' masterpiece was considered to be the symbol of human cognition, a true sum of knowledge at that time. It develops the idea of sovereignty of nature and deals with cosmography, geography, natural sciences, medicine and geology. Neat copy with large margins and beautiful large historated initials, probably made by HOLBEIN. # Machiels P-996; # Contemporaries of Erasmus 84/85; # not in Adams, nor Soltész, nor Dibdin, nor STC German. Provenance : religious institution (handwritten mentions, label and stamps). Édition originale annotée par l'un des plus prestigieux humanistes du 16e s., l'érudit tchèque Sigismond Gélénius, grand ami d'Érasme (qui écrit la préface). 1 volumes. Top of spine repaired, boards scratched, wormhole, light foxing, dampstain. Overall good copy Contemporary ribbed leather spine, cloth corners , decorated paper boards. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ILIAS Et VLYSSEA, cum Interpretatione. Variae lectionis in utroq[ue] opere, annotatio.

      Apud Io. Heruagium,, Basileae: 1535 - Printer's device to each t.p. Decorative initial capital letters. A reimpression of the editions of Strasbourg, 1525 to 1535; edited by J. Leonicerus. OCLC records two holding institutions. Binding - Nr Fine. Text block - VG+. Modern tan quarter calf binding with marbled paper boards. Red leather title label to second compartment. Folio, primarily in 6s [collation per Adams]. 10-1/2" x 6-3/4". 1st edition thus, i.e., this publisher. Cf. Adams H-748. [8], 410, [2], 284, [4] pp. Numerous mispaginations, including p. 410 misnumbered 394. Text in Greek, with commentary. "Odyssey" has individual, dated t.p. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Divinarum institutionum libri septem.de ira dei liber I, de opificio dei liber I, epitome.Tertulliani liber apologeticus cum indice. M.D.XXXV.

      (In fine): Venetiis, In Aedibus Haeredum Aldi, et Andreae Soceri, Mense Martio, Venetiis 1535 - [Aldina] (cm. 16,5) ottima mz. pergamena fine sec. XVIII, piatti marmorizzati, lievi ottimi vecchi restauri.-- cc. 16 nn. , cc. 328, cc. 12 nn. di cui due bianche, cc. 47 + 1 c. bianca, cc. 44 nn. Carattere corsivo con alcune parole in greco. Ancora Aldina (Flecher 9) al frontis e al verso dell' ultima carta. All' inizio epistola di G.B. Egnatio ad Antonio Trivulzio, già apparsa nella edizione del 1515 mentre nuova è la dedica di Manuzio al Benedettino Germano Minadoi. La seconda parte contiene l' " Apologeticus" di Tertulliano. Seconda edizione aldina ma come dice Renouard, ben superiore alla prima del 1515 perchè ampiamente corretta da Benedettino Onorato Fascitello, amico di Pietro Bembo, che ne fa una più accurata collazione con i manoscritti della Biblioteca di Montecassino dando alle stampe un testo destinato a diventare un riferimento per le successive edizioni di Parigi, Basilea, Anversa e Lione. Vecchia integrazione al margine bianco basso del titolo. Antico buon restauro ad un tarletto al margine bianco vicino alla cerniera ad alcune carte interne che a volte intaccano il testo. Altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido, marginoso e assolutamente completo delle 448 carte. * Renouard 113/2; * Burgassi 77/2; * Fournier 1809 p. 8 n° 305; * Brunet III 736; * Cataldi-Palau "G.F. D' Asola" n° 141; * Bm. Stc. 366; * Adams L 22; * Ucla 243.[f70] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sermones Judoci Clichtovei Neoportuen. ... studiosis omnibus, huic potissimum tempori ... summopere necessarii. In orationem domincam, Salutationem angelicam, Duodecim articulos fidei, ... Item, de dominicis diebus totius anni, ... Item, de festis ... Mariae, ... Adiecta sunt ... Eiusdem Clichtovei de dolore beatae Mariae virginis in passione filii sui, Opusculum, ... Item, Homilia de statione beatae Mariae virginis iuxta crucem filii sui super illud Johannis: ... Adiectis ... in margine passim adnotationibus, quae in prima similiter aeditione non habent. Ed. Louis Lasseré

      Köln, Quentel 1535. 34 cm. (8), 298 (irrig 297) Blatt mit zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Blindgeprägter Leder-Band der Zeit mit Rollenstempeln über Holzdeckeln - VD16 C 4209 - Index Aurel. 141.776 - Jackson 1800 - Jodocus Clichtoveus (oder: Josse Clicthove, 1472 - 1543), einer der einflußreichsten Lehrer der Sorbonne, stand Anfangs auf der Seite der Humanisten und schlug sich infolge religiöser Streitigkeiten auf die Seite der strengen Scholastiker. Als Anhänger gemäßigter Reformen wandte er sich entschieden gegen Luther. Das untere Drittel des Titelblattes ergänzt ohne Texverlust. Angebunden: II. Nausea, Friedrich: Sermones qvadragesimales ... Adijciuntur hisc sermonibus, Orationes aliquot, de rebus sacris elegentissimae, quarum indicem reperies ... Aeditio prima. Köln, (Eucharius Cervicornus für Quentel) 1535. Folio-Format (6), 79, (1 weiß) Blatt mit 4-teiliger Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre von Anton Woensam von Worms und zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. VD16 N 273: "unvollständig"; BM STC 645; Adams N-93; Realenz. XIII, 670; Merlo, Köln. Künstler 1054, 452. Vgl. Wolf, Quellenkunde II/2, 251ff. Teil 2 der "Sermones adventuales". Nausea (1480 - 1552), einer der bedeutendsten katholischen Prediger der Reformationszeit, als Vermittlungstheologe seiner Zeit bekannt, bemühte sich unter anderem um die Rückkehr Melanchthons zur katholischen Kirche. Blatt 78 und 79 in Faksimile auf altem Papier. III. Ein weiteres Werk, nicht vollständig, wohl aus derselben Druckerei. Die Rollenstempel des Einbandes (Mater Dei, Judidt, Evaa) sind beschrieben bei Haebler II, 325, 3 und Schunke 385, 3. Haebler I, 212 schreibt sie dem Leipziger Buchbinder Bonifatius Kleinschmidt zu. Insgesamt gut erhaltener Predigt-Sammelband, Schließen sind nicht mehr vorhanden, Rücken und kleinere Fehlstellen passend restauriert, erste und letzte Blatt fingerfleckig, am Schluß im unteren Rand stellenweise Feuchtigkeitsspuren. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        Opus epistolarum divi Eusebii Hieronymi Stridonensis, unam cum Scholijs des, Erasmi Rotero. Denuo per illum non vulgari cura recognitum, correctum ac locupletatum. 2 tomes en 1 vol. 26pp. + (XL) +3 18pp. + 274pp. Ecritures aux marges. Reliure peau de l’époque avec griffes.

      Venundantur LUGDUNI in vico Mercuriali apud Iacobum Giuntam 1535 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        C. Plinii Secundi Historia Mundi : denuo emendata, non pavcis locis ex diligenti ad peruetusta et optmiae fidei exemplaria collatione nunc primu animaduersis castigatisq, quemadmo dum euidenter in Sigismundi Gelenij Annotationibus operi adnexis apparet.

      Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius Lectori, Basileam / Basel, 1535, - [PLINY THE ELDER, GAIUS PLINUS SECONDUS]. C. PLINII SECUNDI, Sigismundus GELENIUS. C. Plinii Secundi Historia Mundi : denuo emendata, non pavcis locisex diligenti ad peruetusta et optmiae fidei exemplaria collatione nunc primu animaduersis castigatisq, quemadmo dum euidenter in Sigismundi Gelenij Annotationibus operi adnexis apparet. Adiunctus eset Index copiosissimus [Naturalis Historiae]. Basileam [Basel, Switzerland]: Froben (Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius Lectori), 1535. Pp. [36],1-671,[1],50 of Gelenius's Annotations, [132] of indices. Illustrated with numerous initial woodcuts, 2"x2" to the text, with 1"x1" initials to annotations and indices at rear, thought to be made by Hans Richter (or by members of his school), and3 woodcut Froben devices to title page, the colophon of Pliny's work, and the colophon of the entire volume. Folio, heavy full calf boards with sevenraised bands and gilt lettering and decoration to spine, all edges speckedin "leopardized" style of pale red and brown. A beautiful post-incunabula printing of Pliny the Elder's "Natural History" encyclopedia from the pressof printer Johannes Froben and his son, in thirty-seven sections, focusingon a wide variety of topics such as geography, zoology, botany, anthropology and geology. Each of the thirty-seven books contains a woodcut initial about two inches square. Prefacing the Pliny text are a dedication by Erasmus(who was active in Basel in the year of this volume's publication) entitled "Reverendissimo Praesuli et illustriss principi Stanislao Turzo Olmunzensi episcopo D. Erasmus Roterod. s.d.", and a general preface about the Naturalis Historiae encyclopedia. The text is followed by Sigismundus Gelenius's"Clariss: Viro Domino Damiano|, a collection of historical annotations related to the text, and an extensive index. There are approximately seventy small woodcuts present in all. Text in Latin. There are numerous examples ofearly marginalia on pp. 137, 141, 182, 241-5, 273, 342, 356-60, 384, 388-9, 442, 472, 484, 502, 534-5, and 550-1, with about the same number of instances of underlining in the same hand. Much of spine gilt worn away, cornersof boards worn through, one-inch split to tail of front hinge, some smallchipping to spine ends, front inner hinge cracked, dated inscription from September 1674 to ffep, stain to title page not affecting text or Froben device, pinprick wormhole to bottom margin through page 186 (not affecting text), small wormhole to top margin of index (not affecting text), bottom corner of pp. 373-4 chipped (not affecting text), otherwise in excellent condition internally. 4,000.00 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hschn.- Karte, n. Ptolemäus b. Melchior und Caspar Treschel, ohne Titel ( Untitled ).

      . 1535, 29,5 x 46. Shirley 47.- Die alte Welt umgeben von Windgöttern.- Die erste Fassung dieser Karte erschien 1522 (vergl. Shirley); hier die Ausgabe 1535, wie bei Shirley beschrieben ohne den Titel.

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        sive de Officio famulorum per Gilbertum Cognatum Nozerenum.

      In officina Frobeniana [i.e. Bale, Johann Froben], 1535.. Petit in-8, broche, couverture de papier marbre posterieur, 32 p. [sign. a (8)-b (8)], vignette de Frobenius au titre, colophon p. 30, le dernier feuillet comporte la grande marque de Frobenius au verso. Tres rare seconde edition, publiee chez Frobenius, a la suite de la premiere parisienne chez Wechel, du premier ouvrage publie par l'humaniste franc-comtois Gilbert Cousin alors qu'il etait secretaire d'Erasme. L'ouvrage est dedicace, de Fribourg-en-Brisgau le 16 mars 1535, a Louis de Vers, auquel l'auteur du son poste aupres de Erasme dont il devint le disciple, l'ami et le confident. Ne en 1506 a Nozeroy, Gilbert Cousin etudia le droit, la theologie et la medecine a l'universite de Dole. A partir de 1530, il demeura cinq annees secretaire et intendant d'Erasme (son "famulus"). De retour dans a ville natale, il fit devint chanoine du chapitre de Saint-Antoine, voyagea a travers l''Europe et composa une quarantaine d'ouvrages remarques. Ses relations amicales avec les Balois le firent suspecter d'heresie. Arrete et incarcere en 1567, il passa cinq annees dans la prison de l'officialite a Besancon ou il mourut avant le proces, en 1572. "Famulus" d'Erasme, Gilbert Cousin s'affirme, s'affiche avec fierte aux yeux du monde en cette qualite. "Ce petit volume du 'Bon serviteur' est presque un chef-d'oeuvre dans son genre. Il est precieux pour l'histoire des moeurs du XVIe siecle, charmant dans son style naif et honnete". Sur cet ouvrage destine aux maitres comme aux serviteurs, son originalite et son interet historique, cf. A. Pidoux de La Maduere, 'Un humaniste comtois: Gilbert Cousin, chanoine de Nozeroy', p. 72 sq.). (Index Aureliensis, 146.116. Panzer, VI, 305, 1002). Petites taches et piqures. Bon exemplaire..

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        D. Severini Boethii...De Consolatione Philosophiae Libri Quinque...Iohannis Murmellij (Partim Etiam Rodolphi Agricolae) Commentarijs Illustrati [Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy, With Commentaries By Johannes Murmellius and Rodolphus Agricola]

      Ex officina Eucharij Ceruicorni. Hardcover. B00MU41EFE In Latin. One of the first Humanist editions of the immortal 'Consolation of Philosophy.' 1535 first edition Ex Officina Eucharij Ceruicorni (Cologne, Germany), 4 1/8 x 6 inches tall hardbound, green marbled paper-covered boards over leather spine, gilt design and gilt-lettered green and red morocco labels to spine, [48], 399 pp. Modest soiling and edgewear to covers. Title page soiled, with early faded prior owner names. A couple of lines with faded early underlining. Otherwise, apart from mild age-toning, especially to margins, a very good copy of this rare and handsome post-incunable pocket edition of Boethius's Consolation of Philosophy, accompanied by commentaries (printed in Gothic type) by Flemish scholar and humanist Johannes Murmellius (circa 1480-1517) and scholar and father of northern European humanism Rodolphus Agricola (1443/44 -1485). OCLC (Nos. 702169404, 714944464 and 801129411) locates only three copies of this edition worldwide, at Yale, Bibliotheque Cantonale in Switzerland and Biblioteca della Fondazione in Italy. ~CC~ This was the first edition edited by Johannes Caesarius (circa 1468-1550), an important humanist at the beginning of the modern era. After his studies in Cologne and Paris, including a doctorate, Caesarius practiced medicine for a number of years before returning to teaching and writing about 1524 in Mainz. When this edition was published in 1535, he was teaching in Leipzig and was known for his textbooks on grammar and rhetoric. The author of the Consolation, Anicius Manlius Severinus Boethius (circa 480-524/525 AD), was a scholar and philosopher born in Rome to an ancient and prominent family which included emperors and many consuls. His father, Flavius Manlius Boethius, was consul in 487 after Odoacer deposed the last Western Roman Emperor. Boethius entered public life at a young age, was a senator by the age of 25 and became a leading counselor to Ostrogothic king Theoderic, who ruled Italy from 493 to 526. In 523, at the height of his influence, Boethius was accused by fellow-senators of plotting against the king, imprisoned in Pavia and executed in 524. While jailed, Boethius composed this, his De Consolatione Philosophiae, in which he sought through philosophy to come to terms with the vicissitudes of fortune and the apparent triumph of evil. Written in Latin prose interspersed with more lyrical passages in verse, it takes the form of a dialogue between Boethius and philosophy, personified as a woman. It became one of the most popular and influential works of the Middle Ages. Several manuscripts survived and these were widely edited, translated and printed throughout the late 15th century and later in Europe. The printer of this volume, Eucharius Cervicornus (fl. 1516-1547), was a native of Cologne who printed both there and in Marburg, Germany. . Very Good. 1535. First Edition.

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        Cosmographiae introductio cum quibusdam Geometriae et Atronomiae principiis ad eam rem necessariis. 1535

      Per Io. Antonium de Nicolinis de Sabio, sumptu et requisitione D. Melchioris Sessae A.D. 1535 mensis Januarii PTOLOMAEUS, Claudius - Per Io. Antonium de Nicolinis de Sabio, sumptu et requisitione D. Melchioris Sessae. Venetiis, A.D. 1535 mensis Januarii. In - 8° ant., pergamena recente. 31, (1) pp. Grande figura di sfera nel frontespizio, insegne tipogr. del Sessa in fine e 26 illustrazioni incise in legno n.t. Esemplare ben conservato. Rara edizione non citata nel S.T.C., Italian Books del British Museum. Manca al Sander,Rava ed Essling.

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        Ploutarchou Chaironeos Parallela en Biois Hellenon te kai Romaion [Graece]. Plutarchi Chaeronei Quae Vocantur Parallela: hoc est, Vitae illustrium virorum Graeci nominis ac Latini, prout quaeque alteri convenire videbatur, accuratius quam antehac unquam d

      Basileae : In officina Frob., 1535: Hieronymus Froben & Nicolaus Episcopius, 1560. Collation, [4],787,[1], [alpha],2, a-z6, A-Z6, Aa-Ss6, Tt4, Vv6, ( lacking 2 leaves of prelims ), could be half title, dedication, etcetera, ( main body of text complete ). Bound in full calf. Spine recently rebacked retaining the early boards which have been refurbished. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, previous owners bookplate, 3 strips of paper pasted to title page, probably to cover early inscription or writing, but not affecting text, last 50 pages with minor staining to margin. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice copy, in an attractive full leather binding. A20. Fourth Edition in Greek . Full Leather. Very Good. Large Quarto.

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        Tabula VIII Europae

      Straßburg ca. 1535. Karte zeigt den europäischen Teil Russlands mit der Ukraine und der Halbinsel Krim. Rückseite mit Beschreibung und ornamentalen Verzierungen, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 29 x 46,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Tabu Nova Candie / Tabula Neoterica Cretae sive Candiae

      Lyon ca. 1535. Karte ziegt die Insel Kreta, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 31 x 45,5. Zustand: Ecke links unten fachmänisch ergänzt, Riß Mitte restauriert

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        Norbegia et Gottia.

      1535 - Lyons: Melchor & Gaspar Treschel, 1535. Woodcut, printed area 340 x 450mm. A very fine example of the Fries issue of Wäldseemüller's 'modern' map of Scandinavia, in turn a faithful copy of the first map of the region printed in Ulm in 1482. Norway, Sweden and Iceland are virtually unrecognisable; at the top, east of Iceland, is Greenland, connected by a narrow isthmus to the rest of Scandinavia. The rest of Europe follows the Ptolemaic format. The title is on a bandarole above the map; the text on the right edge of the map describes the lenghening hours of daylight as a traveller moves north. Originally intended not for a Ptolemy edition but for a new 'Chronica mundi' being written by Wäldseemüller, his death c.1520 caused the project to be shelved, so the woodcuts were used to publish a smaller sized and so cheaper edition of the 'Geography'. The editior of this edition was Michael Servetus, who was burned at the stake for heresy in 1553; John Calvin ordered that copies of the 'Geography' should be burnt with him.

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        NEMESIS una cum duobus hymnis, ad Arnoldum Ferronum iuris consultum

      Paris:: Michel Vascosan,, 1535.. First Edition. 8vo, [24] leaves; text in italic; historiated woodcut initials. BOUND WITH: SCALIGER, LACRYMAE, Prosopopoeia Christianissimi Francorum Regis Francisci Valesii. Paris: Vascosan, 1534. 29, [1] p., [1] blank leaf; text in italic; historiated woodcut initials. The two works bound together in modern boards; a few inoffensive faint dampstains o/w a very nice clean copy. Quite rare: the only copy of the Lacrymae in America is that at Harvard, while the Nemesis is represented by two copies (Newberry and U. of Illinois). § Moreau IV, nos. 1418 and 1139; Cioranesco 20500 and 20499; M. Magnien, "Jules-César Scaliger et ses imprimeurs," Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance, XLIV (1982), pp. 314 and 313. First editions of two of the earliest Neo-Latin verse productions by the celebrated humanist Julius Caesar Scaliger (1484-1558), father of the even more celebrated Joseph Scaliger. Scaliger was an Italian scholar and physician spending a major part of his career in France. He was the first to attempt a systematic treatise on poetry: "Poetices Libri Septem" (Geneva, 1561; Leyden, 1581; Heidelberg, 1607). The general principles of this work are derived from Aristotle whom he calls "imperator noster; omnium bonarum artium dictator perpetuus". Like Aristotle he makes imitation the basis of all poetry. As a physician he was much interested in botany and wrote commentaries on the treatises on plants of Theophrastes and Aristotle. In the iambic poem Nemesis Scaliger imitated the didactic poem Manto by Angelo Poliziano, a poem (first published in 1482) in which the prophetess Manto foretold the future greatness of Virgil. Following the Nemesis are two iambic hymns, one to God the Father, the other to the Virgin of Agen (the town where Scaliger had settled after leaving his native Italy). Both the Nemesis and the hymns are introduced by substantial dedicatory prefaces addressed to the then 20-year old jurist and future historian and Counsel of the Bordeaux Parlement, Arnoul Le Ferron (1515-1563). The Lacrymae ("Tears") are elegiacs on the death of famous contemporaries, including the Duke of Longueville, killed at the Battle of Pavia; the final poem is a dirge on the death of Scaliger's own two-year old daughter Margarita (Margaritae Scaligerae filiolae bimulae acerbum interitum deflet). The Lacrymae are preceded by two dedicatory prefaces: the first addressed to printer Michel Vascosan, the other to the prominent scholar and Neo-Latin poet Nicolas Bourbon (1503-1550).

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        C. PLINII SECUNDI HISTORIA MUNDI

      Basel, per Hieronymum Frobenium, Io. Hervagium, & Nicolaum Episcopium, 1535.denuo emendata, non paucis locis ex diligenti ad pervetusta et optimae fidei exemplaria collatione nunc primu[m] animadversis castigatisq[ue], quemadmodum evidenter in Sigismundi Gelenij annotationibus operi adnexis apparet. Adiunctus est Index copiosissimus. Printer's names from colophon on page 671, Latin text, 1535, folio, approximately 370 x 245 mm, 14½ x 9¾ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, on verso page 671 and on verso of final leaf, with 37 large historiated initials and small decorated initials in the Table, pages: (36), 671, (181), 51 of these unnumbered pages contain Gelenius' annotations, followed by 130 pages of index, bound in full contemporary blind tooled pig - skin over wooden boards, with 2 brass clasps in working order, raised bands to spine with blind tooling in compartments, no lettering. Covers soiled and stained, 110 mm (4½ inch) cut to leather on upper cover, small loss of leather to lower corner on upper board, the other corners slightly worn, 4 wormholes to lower cover, 1 to upper cover, red stain filling lowest compartment of spine, upper hinge cracked at top 25 mm (1 inch), tiny crack to lower hinge at top, "Plinius" inked neatly across fore - edges, large handcoloured old armorial bookplate to front pastedown, with most of name and part of motto erased, inscription below bookplate erased and messy stain above it, old ink inscription erased in upper margin of title page, 4 small old paper repairs to reverse of title page, 3 at inner edge and 1 in blank area needed because of slight damage caused by horizontal crease which is repeated on A2, single small wormhole in inner margin from title to page 71, another to fore - edge of last 7 leaves of index, 2 very small closed margin edge tears, tiny closed tear to upper edge of 6 consecutive pages, a few brief early marginal notes, a little neat underlining, 1 pointing hand, contents otherwise very clean and bright. Pasted onto rear pastedown is a large sheet of paper with a drawing of a labyrinth on it in old ink and a reference in Latin mentioning the story of Theseus and Ariadne. Binding tight and sound. A good sound copy of this classic encyclopedic work. This is the first printing of the Naturalis Historia with annotations by the Bohemian humanist Gelenius. The text is preceded by a preface by Erasmus of Rotterdam, reprinted from his edition of 1525. Gaius Plinius Secundus, known as Pliny the Elder, was born in Como, Italy, in A.D. 23. By the time he died 56 years later, he had been a cavalry officer, an adviser to emperors and the author of at least 75 books, not to mention another 160 volumes of unpublished notebooks. He is remembered today for just one of those works, his 37 - volume Naturalis Historia (also entitled Historia Mundi), in which he planned to "set forth in detail all the contents of the entire world." Pliny describes in detail the nature of the physical universe: geography, anthropology, zoology, botany, and the medicinal uses of plants and curatives derived from the animals, among a host of other topics including mathematics, astronomy, agriculture, history and the arts and letters. Although dubious as a work of science, Pliny's Historia Naturalis provides a unique glimpse into the world view of ancient Rome. It is a wonderful melange of the real and the fantastic, the never was and the never could be. He wrote of dog - headed people who communicated by barking, and people with no heads at all, their eyes in their shoulders. He wrote of snakes that launch themselves skyward to catch high - flying birds, and of the "basilisk serpent" of Africa, which kills bushes on contact, bursts rocks with its breath and is so venomous that when one was killed by a man on horseback, "the infection rising through the spear killed not only the rider but also the horse." The work became a model for all later encyclopedias in terms of the breadth of subject matter examined, the need to reference original authors, and a comprehensive index list of the contents. The work was dedicated to the emperor Titus, son of Pliny's close friend, the emperor Vespasian, in the first year of Titus' reign. It is the only work by Pliny to have survived, and the last that he published, lacking a final revision at his sudden and unexpected death. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Brief m. eigh. U.

      Hann. Münden, 21. Oktober 1535.. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier, c. 42,5 x 33,5 cm. Etwas angeschmutzt, wasserfleckig, Eckfehlstelle (c. 10,5 x 5 cm, kein Textverlust).. An Franz von Waldeck (1491-1553), Bischof von Minden, Osnabrück und Münster bezüglich Überfälle, die sich im Amt Delmenhorst ereignet hatten.- Erich I. war der Begründer der Calenberger Linie des Hauses Braunschweig-Lüneburg.

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        Biblia the Bible, that is, the holy Scripture of the Olde and New Testament, faithfully and truly translated out of Douche and Latyn in to Englishe

      Cologne: E. Cervicornus and J. Soter, 1535. Cologne: E. Cervicornus and J. Soter, 1535. First Edition. Single leaves. Good. First Edition. Single leaves. Single leaf, 295 ×190 mm (260 × 155 mm); Jeremiah, chs. 14 & 15, and parts of chs 13 & 16; black letter, double column, 57 lines; edges frayed, just touching headline; small holes in margin; browned.offered with:THE BIBLE [MORGAN, William. Y Beibl Cyssegr-lan. Sef yr Hen Destament a';r Newydd. London, Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1588.Single leaf, 295 × 190 mm (250 × 135 mm); parts of 2 Macchabees chs. 7 & 8; black letter, double column, 61 lines; edges frayed. First editions.Myles Coverdale's (c. 1488-1569) Bible, printed in 1535, was the first full Bible in English. His was a reforming mission, an inheritor of the mantel of William Tyndale (c. 1494-1536), who had produced his New Testament in 1526. Coverdale, being ignorant of Greek and Hebrew, relied on a number of earlier Bible editions in Latin, but also versions in English and German (‘Douche';). Tyndale';s efforts at translation ran into thorny theological (and political) issues that ended in his being burnt at the stake a year after Coverdale';s translation appeared. Nevertheless Coverdale';s version was widely influential, and with Tyndale';s version was a key influence on the Great Bible that appeared in 1540 and was issued to over 9000 parishes.William Morgan (1545-1604) unlike Coverdale studied the Bible in the original languages for seven years, being proficient not only in Greek and Hebrew, but Syriac as well. His was the first full Bible in Welsh, just as Coverdale';s was in English. As far back as 1567, while he was still studying at Cambridge) Morgan had his translation of the New Testament published by William Salesbury (c. 1520-c. 1584) Having been ordained a clergyman in the Church of England by the Bishop of Ely, in 1578 Morgan moved to the parish of Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant where in the early 1580s he began the serious work of producing a Welsh Old Testament, a project that he considered to be of great theological importance. This finally appeared with a revision of Salesbury';s New Testament in London in 1588.Coverdale: Herbert 18; STC 2063. Morgan: Darlow & Moule 9581; STC 2347.

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        Gmunden

      . Gmunden. Altkolorierter Kupferstich nach Lukas von Valckenborch (Löwen vor 1535-1597 Frankfurt), dat. 1594; aus Braun und Hogenberg "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" Bd.5, Köln 1598, 35 x 47 cm - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Nebehay-W. 108, 5.Bd. 53.- gerahmt

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        Im fürstnthumb Obern und Nidern Bayrn Anno 1520 aufgericht.

      (München, Schobser, ca. 1535).. 28 x 21 cm. 16 Bl., 87 num. Bl. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt. HLdr. d. 18. Jahrh. mit 2 Rsch.. VD 16 B 990; Schottenloher, Schobser 171 und Tafel XXI; Fairfax Murray 51. Vgl. Maillinger 265,1. - Zweite Ausgabe der prozessrechtlichen Ergänzung der "Reformacion" von 1518. Dieses erste gemeinsame Gesetzbuch für Ober- und Niederbayern erschien zuerst 1520. Nach VD 16 nur kenntlich am "Beschluss" (num. Bl. 87): "zu München (Erstdruck München) an sanndt (sannd) Jörgen tag". - Der schöne Titelholzschnitt von Caspar Clofigl zeigt die Bayernherzöge Wilhelm und Ludwig mit "persons of all grades, from the peasant upwards" (Murray) in einer Ratsstube an einem Tisch mit dem Buch. - Einband berieben und beschabt. Mit kleinen Wurmspuren im weißen Rand, gering fingerfleckig, ohne die fliegenden Vorsätze, die Vorsätze mit entfernten Schildern.

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        Observationes Nonnullarum in Iure Decisionum, Causidicis...

      1535. Balbi, Goffredo Lanfranco [16th. C.]. Observationes Nonnullarum in Iure Decisionum, Causidicis ac Iuristudiosis Magno Usui Futurae. Hoc Aureum Iam Opusculum ex Integro Renascitur, Decisionum Centurias Quinque cum Sextae Fragmento Continens. Lyons: Iacobus Giunta, 1535. 183, [14] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Later quarter morocco over cloth, raised bands and gilt title to spine, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing with negligible wear to corners, a few tiny faint stains to boards. Large woodcut Giunta device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Faint dampstaining to margins and annotations and underlining in early hand to a few leaves. A handsome copy. * First edition. This volume collects 500 rulings by the noted jurist with additional commentary. Each entry notes comparable rulings by other leading jurists. Later editions appeared in 1538, 1540, 1545, 1546 and 1588. OCLC locates 3 copies of the first edition, 5 of other editions. Editions located in the U.S. at Harvard Law School (1535, 1540, 1588), Library of Congress (1546) and UC-Berkeley (1545). Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 C72..

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        Dialogus, das ist, ain lustigs vnd nutzbarlichs Gesprechbüchlein von dem Concilio, Zwischen zwayen strittigen partheyen. Wirt daneben eingefürt die Person ains Christen, der trewlich wider die strittigen zu dem Concilio radt.

      [Augsburg, Philipp Ulhart, um 1535].. 16 Bl. (das letzte weiß). 4° (20 x 14,5 cm). Pergament um 1900 mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel.. Einer von zwei Drucken (der andere ebenfalls anonym in Nürnberg erschienen). - Gespräch zwischen Bebelus ("Lutherist"), Disidemon ("Papist") und Christophilus ("Orthodoxus") um zu verdeutlichen, "das die Christenhait ains Christlichen baldkünfftige(n) Concilij zum vordersten bedürffe". Die Verfasserzuweisung nach Richter, der Witzels eigenen "Catalogus" auswertete (im SWB übernommen, im VD 16 nicht berücksichtigt). - Georg Witzel (1501-1573) kann durch seine Biographie zwischen Reformation und Katholizismus und seine reiche literarische Produktion als "eine der interessantesten Persönlichkeiten des Reformationszeitalters" (Franz Falk) gelten. - Leicht gebräunt, stellenweise etwas fleckig, anfangs im oberen und unteren Bund etwas wasserrandig. Titel mit handschriftlicher Bleistiftsignatur oben und kleinem Blattweiserausriß im oberen seitlichen Rand. *VD 16 D 1317. Richter, Die Schriften Georg Witzels, 21, 1. Knaake III, 296. Kuczynski 582. Pegg 603.

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        Norbegia et Gottia.

      Lyon., Melchior & Gaspar Treschel. 1535. Folio. Arkets størrelse : 53 cm X 39 cm. Folio. Size of sheet : 53 cm X 39 cm.. Ginsberg I, 6. Uten tekst på baksiden. Verso without text. "The 1535 and 1541 issues are known as Servetus editions after their editor, Michael Servetus, etc." Small creases to the fold, otherwise a nice copy

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        Chronica, Beschreibung u. gemeyne anzeyge v. aller Wellt herkommen, Fürnamen, Lannden Ausz den glaubwirdigsten Historie on all Glose u. Zusatz. Nach Historischer Warheit beschriben.

      'Franckenfort am Meyn' 1535 bei 'Christian Egenolffen im Augstmon' in folio (30 x 21 cm).. Einspalt. Druck (Index: 2-spalt.) mit über 75 - teils auch größeren - Textholzschn. u. über 200 reizenden Medaillon-Porträts mit faszin. individuell geprägten Gesichtsausdrücken bei beglückend abwechs. reicher Typographie, Buchschmuck - überwieg., wenn nicht sogar ganz - von H. S. Beham. Einschl. Titel: (6), 137 (recte: 139) ff (das letzte Bl -weiß- fehlt) u. dazu die beiden ersten Bl (Titel u. Vorrede) in Kopie (nicht optimal) miteingebunden, vereinz. fleckig, großartig brillanter Druck auf kräftigem Papier, insbes. Holzschn.-Schmuck v. best. Erhaltung, mod. Hbldbd mit Lederecken auf 4 unecht. Bünden, blindgepr. Rtit., Deckel m. Atelier-Ln bespannt, alles sehr dekorativ.- Hochinteress. Frkf. Egenolff-Chronik (der Drucker hat auf jeden Fall die v. anderen 'entlehnten' Texte zu seinem opus zusammengest.), es wird kein autor genannt, des Druckers Widm. vom 6.9.1535 geht an 'Jedermann'. Wenn Sebastian Franck nicht in toto der Verfasser sein sollte, dann ist er es auf jeden Fall für große Partien: Im Text beruft man sich auf Sebastian Franck, Caspar Hedio, Bilibald Birckheymer oder auf die Carion-Chronik. Ungemein viel Material bezieht sich auf Mohamed u. die Türkengefahr (höchstwahrscheinl. aus Francks Türken-Chronik), die Entdeckungsreisen (Columbus Bl 105, Alb. Vespucci Bl 107), die Geschichte der Ketzer, die Wiedertäufer in Münster und Luther (111, 122 ff), die Bauernkriege (116 ff), Erasmus von Rotterd. (f 109) u. die Erfindung des Buchdrucks in Mainz 1440 und die Gründung der Mainzer Uni 1482 (102/103 ff). - Extrem selten: Kaczerowsky aaO macht 5 Expl ausfindig, davon bereits 3 incomplet bzw defekt u. bei Vd 16 steht bei 4 zit. Bibliotheken wohl de facto nur ein Epl zur Verfügung!.

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        Omnium gentium mores, leges & ritus.

      Lyon, M. & G. Trechsel für S.Vincent Erben, 1535.. 303 S., 12 Bll. Mod. HLdr. (etw. wasserrandig, gering fl. u. tlw. alte Anm. u. Unterstr.).. Adams B 2260; Jöcher I,171 - Johannes Böhm (um 1485 in Aub - ca. 1533/35 wahrsch. Rothenburg ob d.Tauber) gilt als "Vater d. wissenschaftlichen Volkskunde" (NDB II,403). Das obige viel aufgelegte Werk d. humanist. Ethographen beschreibt in 3 Teilen Afrika, Asien u. Europa. Böhm war Vorbild f. Seb. Franck u. Seb. Münster. Er war Priester an der Deutschordenskommende in Ulm u. ab 1522 in Karpfenburg.

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