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2018-09-28 05:59:51
1536. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-27 23:05:52
Title: Dictionarium Latino-Germanicum : voces propemodum universas in autoribus Latinae linguae probatis, ac vulgo receptis occurentes Germanice explicans, magno labore pridem concinnatu Author: Peter Dasymodius Date: 1536 Publisher: Rihelius City: Strasbourg Size: approximately 8 1/8" x 6" Pages: 470 Language: Latin/German Cover: Wood The bottoms of pages 176 - 186 have been excised, but no text appears to be missing and there is some worm damage (please see the photographs for details). Please contact me with any questions you may have - I always try to get back with answers quickly! Canadian shipping will likely be less than the international rate, please contact me for costs. Thanks for your interest!.
Bookseller: Saluzzo s Shelves [San Rafael, California, US]
2018-09-27 13:58:17
1536. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-25 20:55:41
Alciatus
Lyon: Fradin, 1536.
Bookseller: print-forum [Berlin, DE]
2018-09-25 17:50:19
William Tyndale, reprint
London: Rare reprint of the work of William Tyndale not 1536 but 1836 Prefer UK buyers. For international buyers, please request postage. There are some countries that I will absolutely not send. Those that I do, I can send by recorded delivery which is guaranteed within UK shores. If the item is lost beyond the British shores, I/Royal Mail is not responsible and no refund is offered. If you accede, you may put in your offer. Thanks for viewing.
Bookseller: 07525ebal007 [Kent, GB]
2018-09-24 00:31:00
MELANCHTHON, PHILIPP
Melanchthon's Loci Communes, German translation of Justus Jonas, Wittenberg, 1536MELANCHTHON, PHILIPP. Loci Communes, das ist, die furnemesten Artikel Christlicher lere, Philippi Melanch. Aus dem Latin verdeudscht, durch Justum Jonam. Wittenberg. M. D. XXXVI. [1536] [Colophon:] Gedruckt zu Wittemberg durch, Georgen Rhaw. Quarto, 14 x 19cm. $1,600.00The publication of Melanchthon's Loci in 1521 was "the first systematic statement of Protestant theology... In 1521 Melanchthon was not quite ready to publish the Loci Communes, but he had little choice. Some students, whom Melanchthon believed were 'blessed with more zeal than judgment,' printed and widely distributed his lectures on Romans. Unable to recall these notes, Melanchthon resolved to print the material in a more acceptable form. The book came out in April, 1521, and before the year was out two editions appeared in Wittenberg and one in Basel. By the end of 1525 eighteen Latin editions had been published in addition to various printings of Spalatin's German translation of it. Throughout Germany and in foreign lands the book won acclaim, for it was something radically new in theological science--a system of doctrine drawn from the Scriptures! The Loci represented the culmination of Melanchthon's study of Paul's Letter to the Romans..."--Clyde Manschreck: Melanchthon the Quiet Reformer, p.82. "As a theologian, Melanchthon did not show so much creative ability as a genius for collecting and systematizing the ideas of others, especially of Luther, for the purpose of instruction. He kept to the practical, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Nathan Stroud [Williamsburg, West Virginia, US]
2018-09-20 13:30:25
1536 Bible by title page 1557 is a date found elsewhere in the Bible. History of Bible: First printed in 1534, Luther's translation was considered largely responsibly for evolution of modern German language. Leather cover, wood engravings through, text embellished at beginning of chapters and paragraphs. Pp 8.5" x 12.5". 289 pp of text in first part of book, numbered on right only, except 289 misprinted as 789. Second part of Bible numbered 324pp the same way. . First 3 pp marked a bit, but inside book clean, bright, and good. No writing inside front cover. some underlining of passages. Back cover numerous ad various markings, etc. The task of translating the Bible which he thus assumed was to absorb him until the end of his life. While Luther was sequestered in the Wartburgtle (1521-1522) he began to translated the New Testament in German in order to make it more accessible to all the people of the "Holy Roman Empire of the German nation." He used Erasmus' second edition (1519 of the Greek New Testament - Erasmus' Greek text would come to be known as the Textus Receptus. To help him in translating Luther would make forays into the nearby towns and markets to listen to people speak. He wanted to ensure their comprehension by a translation closest to their contemporary language usage. It was published in September 1522, 6 months after he had returned to Wittenberg. In the opinion of the 19th century theologian and church historian, Philip Schaff, "The richest fruit of Luther's leisure in the Wartburg. and the most important and useful work of his whole life, is the translati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: RareBiblesandMore [United States, US]
2018-09-20 04:31:03
: Jacopo Sadoleto
1536. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-08 17:57:59
Böhm, Johannes
Johannes Faber, Freiburg i.Br, 1536. 304 Seiten. 12 Bll., blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit auf drei Bünden, Arabeskenrolle und Blütenstempel in Blind- und Schwarzdruck, farbiger Blattschnitt, 15 x 10 cm. VD16 B 6311 (im Kolophon: Apud Friburgum Brisgoiae Anno MDXXXVI. Excudebat Ioannes Faber Emmeus Iuliacensis). Einflussreiches Werk des Deutschordenspriesters und Ethnographen Johannes Böhm (um 1485-1535). - Die Abschnitte über Deutschland bildeten eine Hauptquelle für Sebastian Münsters Kosmographia. - NDB 2, 403. - Der Einband mit Jahreszahl von alter Hand (MDXL) in schwarzer Tinte. Einige Seiten mit Anstreichungen und Notizen von alter Hand. Im Bereich der Spiegel, im Steg, ist jeweils ein Makulaturstreifen sichtbar (latenische mittelalterliche Handschrift in schwarzer und roter Tinte auf Pergament). - Deutlich berieben und bestoßen; teils etwas fleckig; der vordere Spiegel und die Nachbarseiten mit Minierspuren; das Titelblatt mit randlichen Ausbrüchen und älteren Papierreparaturen; ein Blatt (Seiten 143/144) angerändert. Sonst ordentliches Exemplar. 402 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Lübeck, Germany]
2018-09-05 20:48:42
Vaughan, Rice
Only edition of the only early legal treatise on Welsh law following the 1536 Act of Union between England and Wales and the establishment of the Court of Great Session in 1543; with an abridgement of all statutes uniting Wales to England appended. Modern calf, gilt, the margins cut close and the title shaved, legibility preserved, ex-library, crisp, with the advertising leaves; the Taussig copy. Printed for Henry Twyford . . . Assignes of Richard Atkins [etc.], London, 79575.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-08-03 17:35:51
1536. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-07-20 06:37:08
Origene di Alessandria
Apud inclytam Basileam, Ex officina Frobeniana, An. 1536 Mense Septembri. In 4°, piena perg. floscia coeva, tit. calligrafati ai dorsi, 2 Voll.: pp.(2nn - es. mutilo delle prime 12pp.)-899-(1nn); pp.(2nn)-780-(27ccnn). Rarissima edizione originale. Il titolo è in parte cassato a penna: i nomi dei curatori si intravedono appena sotto le cancellature. Origene detto Adamanzio (Alessandria d'Egitto, 185 - Tiro, 254), è stato un teologo e filosofo greco antico, noto anche come Origene di Alessandria. Ô considerato uno tra i principali scrittori e teologi cristiani dei primi tre secoli. Di famiglia greca, fu direttore della ®scuola catechetica¯ di Alessandria (Didaskaleion). Interpretò la transizione dalla filosofia pagana al cristianesimo e fu l'ideatore del primo grande sistema di filosofia cristiana. Gore non gravi al marg. bianco inf. di tutto il II volume, alcuni lavoretti di tarlo sempre al marg. bianco inf. di entrambi i volumi, imbreggiature ad entrambe le leg. soprattutto ai dorsi.
Bookseller: Taberna Libraria [IT]
2018-07-07 06:26:44
MALIPIERO Girolamo
PREMIERE EDITION - Sans date (1536), Con Privileio Papale et del Dominio Veneto. -In-quarto, Reliure 18° postérieure plein veau moucheté, dos à cinq nerfs, titre doré et fleurons. - Au dos du plat étiquette ancienne de (FRANCESCO CASELLA Napoli Piazza Municipio 81, Libri Antichi ed Autograpfi); Note manuscrite "Editio singulière et recherchée des curieux, elle est connüe sous le nom de Pétraque Retourné.. Etiquette jointe d'un libraire expert. - 1 f. 154 ff. complet du texte, semble ne pas avoir été relié les feuillets 156 à 160 ""Ripertorio de Glisonet ti per Ordine Alphabetico" . - Portrait sur le titre «francisci vera effigies et imago Petrarcae» et devise grecque «ΩΣ ΠΑΛΑΙ» (Tel que jadis) ; au verso du titre, vignette représentant Pétrarque et Malipiero (116 mm), signée B et d'une croix entrelacée sous le lapin, attribuée par Essling au graveur Nicolò Boldrini (actif à Venise, c. 1530-c. 1570) ; le portrait (Zappella, Ritratti, 281) est adapté de la miniature laurentienne représentant Pétrarque, mais sans couronne de laurier. - IMPRESSION dans L'italique de Marcolini, imitée des caractères de Vincenzo Arrighi. Il connut une seconde édition chez Marcolini en 1538. - BRUNET, IV, 560. - PREMIERE EDITION de ce que Brunet appelait le « Pétrarque retourné », l'utilisation littérale du Canzoniere à des fins édifiantes. Girolamo Malipiero imagine un dialogue entre Pétrarque et lui-même, le 8 juin 1534, à l'occasion d'un pèlerinage à Arquà. Le poète lui demande alors de publier ses rimes à Laure en les purgeant de l'expression des folles amours. Malipiero recomposa les piè … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Bernard Marie Rolin [France, Blet]
2018-06-30 06:38:06
ARISTOTLE (ARISTOTELES). - [FOUNDING MODERN LITERARY CRITICISM]
(Venice), Aldus (In aedibus Haeredum Aldi, et Andreae Asulani Soceri, 1536). Small 8vo. Contemporary full vellum with remains of ties to boards. Some soiling, but a nice, sturdy copy. Pasted-down end-papers with annotations and calculations in ink. A bit of light brownspotting and top edge with an ink stain that touches numbering on a couple of leaves (still legible), but no lettering. Printed in Latin and Greek. Woodcut Aldus printer's device to title-page and last leaf (which also has a contemporary owner's name: Guillielmo Curgaz?). 28 + 26 + (2) ff. (2 final leaves being index, errata, colophon, and printer's device). ¶ Exceedingly rare first edition of the tremendously important publication that marks the beginning of Aristotle's influence in literature, being the first separate edition of Aristotle's "Poetics" (which had only previously been published in the collection "Rhetores Graeci" in 1508), together with the first printing of Pazzi's highly influential Latin translation and the two important prefatory letters. It is this publication that inaugurates the humanist interest in Aristotle's "Poetics" and creates the influence that this work is to have upon modern literature and poetical scholarship, ruling the field of literary theory until the time of the Romantics. This milestone publication constitutes a key event in the development of literary theory during the Renaissance. "[T]he modern influence of this famous work dates from the memorable year 1536." (Sandy's II:(133)). The present publication constitutes a work of immense importance to not only Renaissance th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-29 10:49:52
OVIDIUS PUBLIUS NASO.
Benedictus Bonyn,, Lione, 1536. In 4° ant. (mm 242x174), p. pelle coeva restaurata professionalmente (con rifacimento del dorso e dei tagli), i piatti conservano le impressioni a secco originali, cc. (4),CXXXVI; con 22 belle vignette incise n.t.; caratteri gotici e frontespizio entro ricca cornice xilografica; gora alle prime 8 cc. e, più minuta, al margine inf. delle ultime 20, per il resto buon esemplare ancorché poco marginoso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Il Muro di Tessa sas Studio bibl. di M. [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-06-27 06:59:37
ESTIENNE (Charles);
Parisiis Ex officina Roberti Stephani 1536 In-12 de 96-(16) pp., mouton retourné, dos lisse muet (reliure de l'époque). Deuxième édition revue et augmentée. Le troisième ouvrage de vulgarisation dit « à l'usage de la jeunesse» de Charles Estienne et le premier a être rédigé sur la base de ses propres expériences en horticulture et en agriculture. Dans ces courts traités, le savoir est transmis par ses unités lexicales. En donnant l'étymologie d'un terme et en le comparant à ses équivalents en d'autres langues que le latin, Charles Estienne en définit les qualités essentielles, donne des exemples empruntés à la littérature ou à la vie quotidienne, propose des traductions en français. Troisième fils de l'imprimeur-libraire Henri, Charles Estienne (1504-1564), médecin et agronome, il reprit la direction de l'imprimerie familiale en 1550 après la fuite de Robert à Genève ; demeuré catholique, il assura la tutelle des enfants de son frère, restés à Paris. Les audacieuses entreprises éditoriales de Charles Estienne qui ne reçurent une juste reconnaissance que bien plus tard, bien après la faillite des presses en 1557, lui valurent l'emprisonnement pour dettes en 1561 et son décès au Châtelet. Bel impression de Robert Estienne avec la marque d'imprimeur au titre. Ex-libris manuscrit du Collège royal de la Flèche des Jésuites au titre : Collegii Flexiensis societatis Iesu ; Collegij Flexensis Soc. Iesu Catal. Inscrip. Reliure usée. Renouard, 42 ; Schreiber, 58 (pour une troisième édition).
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2018-05-23 06:21:53
Herbarius].
Venice, Francesco Bindone & Maffeo Pasini, June, 1536. 8vo. (12), CLXIX, (18) pp. With large woodcut title vignette and 169 woodcuts in the text. Later limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Third Italian edition of the 1484 Mainz "Herbarius", an anonymous compilation of classical, mediaeval and Arabic sources (first published in Italian in 1522 by the same printers, followed by one printed by Vassore in 1534). The herbal contains descriptions of numerous plants mostly found in Germany, focusing on their curative functions. They are organised alphabetically with each chapter dedicated to one plant and starting with a woodcut depiction of the same. The final chapter - the only one longer than a single leaf - discusses the medical benefits of wine and vinegar, containing an illustration of a wine cellar in the beginning. Since the herbal was intended as a medical reference book, it is prefixed by an alphabetical index of maladies referencing the corresponding chapters, thus enabling the reader more easily to find the required remedy. The title vignette shows the saints Cosmas and Damian, two scholars who practised medicine and suffered martyrdom under the reign of Roman Emperor Diocletian. - A good, clean copy with minimal browning. Upper right-hand corners of the final two leaves torn away without loss to text. From the library of the Viennese collector Werner Habel (1939-2015) with his handwritten and stamped ownership to the flyleaf, dated 1977. - BM-STC Italian 325. Edit 16, CNCE 22580. Essling 1195. Sander 619. Pritzel 10765. Nissen (BBI) 2316. Not in Adams.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-05-14 07:14:35
William Tyndale
1536. THE NEWE TESTAMENT OF OURE SAUEOUR JESUS CHRIST TRANSLATED BY M. WIL. TYNDALL, YET ONCE AGAYNO [SIC] CORRECTED WITH NEW ANNOTACYONS VERY NECESSARY TO BETTER ONDERSTONDYNGE ; WHERE VNTO IS ADDED AN EXHORTACION TO THE SAME OF ERASMUS ROTERO ; WITH AN ENGELSHE CALENDER, AND A TABLE, NECESSARY TO FYNDE EASLY, AND LYGHTLY ANY STORY CONTAYNED IN THE FOWRE EUANGELISTES, & IN THE ACTES OF THE APOSTLES. ANTWERP, 1536 (1534?). 8vo (6 x 3.5 in.; 150 x 95 mm). Extremely rare in any condition. Woodcut initials throughout with large woodcut illustrations in the book of Revelation. Some staining and repair. Full calf binding. Former nineteenth century museum donation records. Please contact us for additional information regarding this extraordinary piece. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Crawford Sterling [Munford, AL, U.S.A.]
2018-05-09 17:13:52
SPELUNGANO LEONE.
per Petrus de Ioannes Facholo,, Venetiis. Cm. 23, ff. 261 + (3) di "Repertorium" e di registro ed explicit, legatura ottocentesca m. pelle marmorizzata e angoli con fregi e titolo a secco su tassello al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Titolo calligrafato in antico al taglio di piede. Bel frontespizio con titolo rubricato in rosso e in nero entro cornice elegantemente istoriata su fondo nero in xilografia. Capilettera xilografici ornati su fondo nero. Alcune firme di possesso antiche e affascinanti glosse manoscritte rinascimentali al margine di numerose carte. Sparse arrossature, qualche goretta marginale e qualche infinitesimale tarletto al margine interno del frontespizio, un restauro al margine superiore della carta di registro. Un antico timbro di possesso privato all'ultima carta d'indice. Buon esemplare nel complesso. Rara cinquecentina veneziana (seconda edizione assoluta, dopo la princeps napoletana del 1526) di una delle principali opere di notariato del nostro Rinascimento, destinata all'epoca a larghissima fortuna nell'ambiente notarile. Fra i più antichi formulari esistenti in merito al notariato, esso è antecedente sia al formulario fiorentino che a quello romano. Dell'edizione esistono due distinte emissioni, entrambe impresse il 21 aprile 1536 e con identica collazione, una, la nostra, "per Petrus de Ioannes Facholo", l'altra con la dicitura tipografica "per Ioannem Andream dictum Guadagninum et fratres de Vauassoribus". Lo Spelungano, notaio ed avvocato morto nel 1372, deve il suo nome alla località di nascita, Sperlonga. Addottoratosi in diritto civile nello st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2018-04-30 08:07:30
De Baif, Lazare
ex officina Rob. Stephani [Excudebat Rob. Stephanus, Parisiis, ann. 1536. 15. Cal. Iunii (18 maggio 1536)]. 8vo (172x110 mm), modern boards covered with a copy of an incunable leaf; pp. 56, [8]. Printer's device at title-page. A SCARCE EDITION OF A CURIOUS TREATISE BY LAZARE DE BAIF, DEALING WITH VARIOUS TYPES OF VASES, DRINKING VESSELS, AND RECEPTACLES USED BY THE ROMANS. Lazare de Baïf (1496-1547) was a French diplomat and humanist. References: IT\ICCU\RMLE\006366 (5 copies). OCLC, 6695494 (4 copies in UK, 6 copies in USA and 1 copy in Canada), 634793347 (2 copies in Germany). Cond.: Fine conditions.
Bookseller: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [IT]
2018-04-26 06:23:27
SANNAZARO Jacopo
(In fine:) Finisce le Rime.nuovamente stampate per Francesco Bindoni et Mapheo Pasini compagni nel mese di Lujo. MDXXXVI. (1536). in-8 (mm.147x100), ff,53, (3), carattere corsivo, titolo entro bordura silografica figurata. due soldati ai lati, la veduta di Cartagine nella parte inferiore, una scena di combattimento nel margine alto. Edizione con dedica dell'autore ''alla honestissima Donna Cassandra Marchesa'', ripetuta dall'edizione, probabilmente l'originale, di Roma e Napolidel 1530 con il titolo ''Sonetti e Canzoni'' Legatura 600sca in mezza pelle, titolo su tassello al dorso, carta marmorizzata ai piatti. Edizione rara, censita in sole due Biblioteche pubbliche, mancante a varie bibliografie (Sander, Adams, STC. etc.). Discreto esemplare. Gamba n.896 cita altre edizioni. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2018-04-21 17:11:53
DANTE
In Vinegia ad instantia di M. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino, 1536. Thick 4to, 222 x 164 x 68, foliated, [28] + 440 leaves, woodcut portrait of Dante on title-page, full-page engraved woodcut on verso of leaf preceding first page of text, 98 woodcuts in text, contemporary vellum, morocco label; bookplate careless removed from front paste-down end-paper, ink stain on recto of folio 2, a few contemporary marginal annotations in ink, last three leaves defective but neatly repaired and with printer's ornament on lower portion of last leaf in ms., a few other minor defects, but generally a very good copy with a clean text and clear woodcuts. This 1536 is a reprint of two earlier texts of the editions of 1512 and 1520, with a few minor textual changes. As Craig Kallendorf notes in his Oxford Bibliographies The editor, Cristoforo Landino (1424 – 1498) "s one of the more complicated figures among the Italian Renaissance humanists. He held the chair in rhetoric and poetics at the Florentine university for forty years, from which he lectured to the sons of the rich and famous and had easy access to the city's Medici rulers and to the scholars and artists who gathered around them. His Dante commentary was presented to the city with great fanfare in a public ceremony in 1481...." "This edition of 1536 was printed "ad instantia" (at the request) of Giovanni Giolito, head of the Giolito de' Ferrari family (active 1508-1523) and father of one of the most famous Venetian printers of the Renaissance, Gabriele Giolito. The familial relationship existing between Giovanni Giolito and Bernardin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2018-04-20 14:27:01
MUNSTER, Sebastian
Basel, Henricus Petrus, 1536. ______ Format : In-folio. Collation : (8), 70 pp., 1 f. bl., (36) pp. Reliure : Vélin, dos à nerfs orné, filet d'encadrement sur les plats. (Reliure récente dans le style de l'époque.). ____ Première édition. Exemplaire complet de ses deux parties et de toutes ses volvelles. Organum Uranicum est illustré d'un grand bois gravé sur le titre, un autre montrant un astronome au f. a4 et 7 bois gravés dans le texte. Organa planetarum est illustré de 26 grands bois gravés, dont 14 sont avec des volvelles. Ces gravures portent 15 pièces mobiles et toutes possèdent une ficelle au centre d'origine. Les illustrations sont de Konrad Schnitt. Comme l'écrit Munster, son livre est basé sur les manuscrits que lui a donné par le grand astronome Johannes Stöffler dont il a été l'élève à l'Université de Tübigen. Le nom de Munster sur le titre et 4 lignes page 7 ont été caviardées par un censeur catholique. Des travaux de vers rebouchés. *-------* First edition. A complete copy with two parts and all its volvelles. Organum Uranicum is illustrated with a large wood engraved on title, another showing an astronomer at f. A4 and 7 woodcuts in the text. Organa planetarum is illustrated with 26 large woodcuts, 14 of which are with volvelles, bearing 15 moving parts, all with threads attached. The astronomical woodcuts are by Konrad Schnitt. Readers could calculate the position of heavenly bodies by using Münster's elegantly designed volvelles, rotating dials and pointers calibrated like slide rules and attached by threads to the leaves, which contained the instructions. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hugues de Latude [FRANCE]
2018-04-04 01:45:17
LEMIRE, Charles.
Cordier, Indosinica, col. 1536. First edition of a popular and thorough account of Cochinchina (in today's Vietnam) and Cambodia by Charles Lemire (1839-1912), a French government official with responsibility for both telegraphy and colonization. Lemire also comments on Alexandria, Suez, Aden and Socotra and Ceylon.The account went through several editions.With owner's label of De Caieu, Abbeville. One map reinforced, the binding slightly worn, overall in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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2018-04-02 01:35:29
LEMIRE, Charles.
Cordier, Indosinica, col. 1536. First edition of a popular and thorough account of Cochinchina (in today's Vietnam) and Cambodia by Charles Lemire (1839-1912), a French government official with responsibility for both telegraphy and colonization. Lemire also comments on Alexandria, Suez, Aden and Socotra and Ceylon.The account went through several editions.With owner's label of De Caieu, Abbeville. One map reinforced, the binding slightly worn, overall in good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2018-03-31 08:37:19
LEMIRE, Charles.
Cordier, Indosinica, col. 1536. First edition of a popular and thorough account of Cochinchina (in today's Vietnam) and Cambodia by Charles Lemire (1839-1912), a French government official with responsibility for both telegraphy and colonization. Lemire also comments on Alexandria, Suez, Aden and Socotra and Ceylon.The account went through several editions.With owner's label of De Caieu, Abbeville. One map reinforced, the binding slightly worn, overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2018-03-27 05:33:08
Marco Vitruvio Pollione
Stamperia Conte Iano Bioazzini, 1536. Vol In-8¡ã, dimensions 28,3 x 2,5 x 20,5 cm. Later hard cover on half parchemin and marbelized cardboard. One page restored on bottom right. Otherwise excelletn conditions. Many beautiful b/w woodcut on architecture, some of which full page. First edition of the traslation of the "e Architecture" by Vitrius by Giovanni Battista Caporali. Spine with name of author "Vitruv" and part of the title "Archit" on engraved golden letters. Very nice edition of Vitrius most popular essay on architecture. Couverture restaur¨¦e plus tard, rigide, moiti¨¦ parchemin et moiti¨¦ carton marbelis¨¦. Une page restaur¨¦e en bas ¨¤ droite. Sinon excellentes conditions. Beaucoup de belles gravures en noir et blanc sur l'architecture, dont certaines en pleine page. Premi¨¨re ¨¦dition de la traduction du "tecture" par Vitrius de Giovanni Battista Caporali. Dos avec le nom de l'auteur "Vitruv" et une partie du titre "Archit" en lettres d'or grav¨¦es. Tr¨¨s belle ¨¦dition de l'essai le plus populaire de Vitrius sur l'architecture..arie Lau
Bookseller: Mizar [IT]
2018-03-25 00:22:03
VIDA (Marco Girolamo).
Lyon, Gryphe, 1536, in-8 de 221 pp. + 1 f.n.c et 155 pp. + 1 ff.n.c., belle marque d'imprimerie en fin de chaque ouvrage ; veau d'époque, dos à nerfs, orné, double filets d'encadrement (en partie effacé), coins émoussés, une coiffe manquante, un mors fendu sur 2 cm, cuir craquelé. Seconde édition (parue un an aprés l'originale), de ce recueil de poésie du poète italien Vida, qui contient le fameux poème sur le jeu d'échec (un des premiers texte sur le jeu d'échec). CHRISTIADOS (La Christiade) est une paraphrase de l'Evangile. "La Christiade renferme des passages d'un éclat incontestable" (Saint-Marc Girardin). De ARTE POETICA (Sur l'art poétique)," Le Batteux place ce texte, à coté de ceux d'Horace et Boileau". DE BOMBYCE (Le vers à soie), "Ce poème sur le vers à soie est un des plus corrects et des plus chatiés de l'auteur". DE LUDO SCACCHORUM (Le jeu d'échec). HYMNI (Hymne à Saint Augustin, Saint Etienne martyr, saint Marguerite, Jean Mathieu Giberti, Léon X, etc. BUCOLICA (Eglogues sur Daphnis, Corydon, Nice). EPISTOLA AD JOAN. MATTHAEUM GYBERTUM (Lettre à Jean Mathieu Giberti). Vida, est né à Crémone, il fut évèque d'Albe, dans le Montferrat. Réf. Biblio.: Brunet, Adams.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne du Vivarais [France, Saint Etienne de Boulogne]
2018-03-16 15:45:34
VON ZENGG, Dietrich (Theodoricus Croata)
VERY RARE EDITION OF THIS GERMAN PROGNOSTICON VON ZENGG, Dietrich (Theodoricus Croata). Ein wunderbarliche weissagung von vergangenen gegenwertigen und zukuenfftigen dingen. [Nuremberg], Hieronymus Andreae, 1536 £2500 4to, a4 (lacking last bank). Gothic letter. Some spotting and soling to margins. In modern olive green morocco binding over boards, inner gilt dentelles. Bother Dietrich von Zengg, also known as Theodoricus Croata, was believed to be a Franciscan monk who wrote this religious prognostication around the 1460s. First printed in 1503, this prophecy’s aim was the renewal of the Church and the political upheaval of the Empire, predicting frightful wind, and much suffering and death. It depicts the clergy as greedy beasts and it foresees the papacy eventual disgrace: “the Roman priest will fall from the Roman seat on account of the sins of simony and lechery and the clergy will gnaw and scratch no more.” While most editions were published in the first three decades of the Reformation, others precede the Reformation, and the prophecy enjoyed an active reception as late as the 1620s, another period of crisis in Germany. The prophecy made the leap from manuscript to print at least twice, while some later manuscripts are derived from print sources. The medium of print gave the prophecy its lasting identity as the work of one “Dietrich von Zengg,” supposedly a cleric from Senj in present-day Croatia, a shared authorial attribution that is not found in the fifteenth-century manuscripts. But the medium of print did not stabilize the text or its alleged author. The prophecy … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-12 02:02:32
MAROZZO ACHILLE.
Modena, in aedibus venerabilis d. Antonii Bergolae sacerdotis ac ciuis Mutin., XXIII Idus Maii 1536. In-4ø; 8 cc. nn., 148 cc. con frontespizio e 84 figure di cui 56 a piena pagina incisi in legno; legatura coeva in tutta pergamena morbida, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Rinforzo al margine superiore delle carte 146-147 che copre in parte il titolo corrente, gora al margine inferiore delle cc. 55-57. Bell'esemplare stampato su una carta forte, proveniente dalla biblioteca Sormani Busca Arconati Visconti (traccia di ex libris e tassello al dorso ed al contropiatto). Prima edizione rara del pi-- importante trattato italiano di scherma del cinquecento nonch‚ primo vero trattato sistematico e completo di scherma moderna. Le 84 xilografie di schermidori intercalate nel testo sono state attribuite a Francesco Barattini o a Giovanni Britto (il monogramma "b" Š ben visibile su alcune di queste). L'edizione veneziana del 1517 citata da alcune bibliografie come prima, si Š scoperto essere in realt... una ristampa della fine del '500 del Sessa. A questa prima edizione ne seguirono molte altre nel '500 a conferma dell'importanza che ebbe l'opera tra i suoi contemporanei. Achille Marozzo (1484-1553) Š considerato uno dei pi-- importanti maestri della "Scuola bolognese". Fu allievo di Guido Antonio de Luca che fu maestro, tra gli altri, anche di uomini d'arme quali Giovanni dalle Bande Nere e Guido Rangoni, dedicatario dell'opera. Gelli pp. 132-136. Thimm p. 181. Vigeant pp. 89-90. Gelli-Levi, Bibliografia del duello, p. 143. Sander 4383. Mortimer, Italian 287. Lipperheide Td5. Cicognara 1 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-11 10:08:24
GAZA Theodorus
Basilleae, per Balthasarem Lasium & Thomam Platterum, 1536. In-8° piccolo (15 x 10), pp. (24)+151, con 2 testatine xilografiche e alcune iniziali ornate. Al verso dell'ultimo foglio marca tipografica (Minerva). Caratteri tondi, testo greco da pagina 91 al fine. Legatura piena pergamena molle coeva. Qualche traccia d'umido marginale, ma buon es. integro nella sua veste originale. (10693) Seconda edizione di questa raccolta di scritti di interesse astronomico e cronologico, dopo quella di Parigi del 1535, con la versione latina di Perrell. La prima edizione del Libellus de Mensibus Atticis era apparsa per la prima volta per i tipi di Aldo nel 1495, al seguito della grammatica greca di T. Gaza, e in seguito fu ripubblicata con altri scritti riguardanti il calendario e la cronologia della Grecia antica. Teodoro Gaza (1410-1475 ca.), originario di Salonicco, lasciò la sua città per trasferirsi a Costantinopoli, ove conobbe il Filelfo, e di lì, verso il 1440, si trasferì in Italia, studiando il latino sotto Vittorino da Feltre. Nelle tappe successive della sua vita in Italia svolse un'incessante attività di trascrizione e traduzione di codici e testi greci (tra cui Teofrasto ed Aristotele). Insegnò poi il greco a Ferrara, a Roma e a Napoli, e in diverse altre città, esercitando pure l'attività di calligrafo. A lui si devono una grammatica greca, che ebbe larghissima diffusione, diverse versioni latine di importanti testi greci, e il recupero di non pochi manoscritti. Partecipò alle discussioni filosofiche sul platonismo, ed ebbe intensi legami col cardinal Bessarione. Per il ruol … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-03-10 11:25:51
EUSEBIUS PAMPHYILI, Episcopus Caesariensis
Venezia, Aurelio Pincio, 1536. In-f° piccolo (31 x 21), ff. (6)+173 num. al recto +(1) bianco. Bella impresa tipografica al frontespizio, diverse grandi iniziali ornate. Caratteri tondi. Leg. piena pergamena sec. XVIII. Timbro di biblioteca estinta al frontespizio e firma di appartenenza; ma fresco e marginoso es. (1180) Prima versione latina, anteriore alla stampa del testo greco, e da considerarsi quindi come un'editio princeps. Come è noto la Demonstratio Evangelica di Eusebio vescovo di Cesarea (265-339 ca.), che aggiunse al suo nome quello del suo maestro Pamphylus, consisteva di XX libri, di cui ci sono pervenuti soltanto i primi X e frammenti del XV; furono scritti tra il 315 ed il 323, e dedicati a Teodoro di Laodicea. Eusebio vi sostiene, tra l'altro, la tesi che il giudaismo ha precorso il cristianesimo, e che questo ne è il superamento e la continuazione. L'autore della versione latina, il letterato e grammatico veronese Bernardino Donato (ca. 1485-1547), fu autore di importanti versioni latine di classici greci e, su incarico del cardinal Giberti, editore di testi evangelici e patristici, soprattutto per i tipografi Nicolini da Sabio, in edizioni apprezzate anche da Erasmo. "Il Donato diede agli studi d'umanità contributi solidi e duraturi; fornì al vescovo Giberti una consulenza filologica fondamentale" (D.B.I., XLI/p. 82). In apertura, oltre alla dedica del traduttore a Papa Paolo III, stanno la vita di Eusebio ed il privilegio papale per la stampa del volume, in data 15 giugno 1535. Opera rara, mancante ad Adams e S.T.C.
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-08 06:37:02
[PROTESTANTISME - ERASME] NAUSEAE (Friedrich) - STURTZ - MASSON (Papire) - DEL RIO - BAYERLINCK (Laurent) - ALLACI (Leone).
Paris, Genève, Anvers, 1536 à 1644. Six ouvrages réunis en un volume petit in-8. I) Nauseae : 24 ff. non chiffrés (massicoté un peu court avec perte de lettres dans les notes marginales), Paris, Christian Wechel, 1536, ex-libris manuscrit au titre Stefanus Balurius Tutelensis; II) Caraccioli: 65 pp, (2) pp. Sans non ni lieu [Genève ?], 1596; III) Chytraeus: 28 ff. non chiffrés; IV) Ioyosa: 14 pp., (2) n.ch., Luteciae, Libert, 1611; V) Miraei: 20 pp., (2) n.ch., Anvers, Plantin, 1611; Miraei: 36 pp., (2) n.ch., Anvers, Plantin, 1611; Carsaris: (4) f., 23 pp., Paris, Bessin, 1644. Vélin souple d'époque, papier dominoté rouge collé sur le dos portant le titre Vitae Variorum et une référence d'inventaire. Frédéric Nausea fut évêque de Vienne, et il rédigea quelques jours après sa mort cet éloge funèbre de son ami Erasme de Rotterdam. Bayle, dans son Dictionnaire, dit de cette édition qu'elle est extrêmement rare. Galeazzo Caracciolo, marquis de Vico, reçut la Toison d'Or de Charles Quint, pour services rendus. Il embrassa la religion protestante, ce qui l'obligea à fuir l'Inquisition en se réfugiant à Genève où il fonda la première Église réformée italienne. Sa vie est ici, traduite d'italien en latin par le protestant français Théodore de Bèze. Les autres ouvrages sont les vies ou éloges de David Chytrae, Henri de Joyeuse, Jean le Mire, etc...
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2018-03-01 11:56:25
Alighieri Dante
ad instantia di M. Gioanni Giolitto da Trino, 1536. 8vo (cm. 20,4), 28 cc.nn., 440 cc. Medaglione con ritratto di Dante al frontis., incisione in xilografia a piena pagina all’inizio dell’Inferno e altre, più piccole, al principio di ciascun canto. Ottima legatura primi ‘900 in mz. pergamena con nervi, fili e scritte oro su tasselli in pelle rossa e nera al ds. Tagli azzurri. Frontis. e ultima carta foderati, alcune macchie, leggeri aloni di umidità e poche annotazioni di antica mano ma, nel complesso, bell’esemplare molto ben conservato di questa cinquecentesca edizione illustrata della Commedia. Mambelli, 29; Adams, D93.
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2018-02-24 19:58:02
Petrarca].
Venezia, 1536. Francesco Marcolini, cc 161 ccnn 1. Ritratto al frontespizio e altra figura al verso (ritratto del Petrarca e Maripetro in un bosco, in lontananza i colli Euganei), entrambe incise su legno. Edizione princeps di grande rarità, conosciuto in Francia col nome di Pètrarque retourné. L?opera è una riscrittura, quasi centonistica, del Canzoniere di Petrarca secondo un?ottica di spiritualizzazione del contenuto che grande successo incontrerà con il petrarchismo delle epoche successive. Cfr Casale, Gli Annali Marcolini, 14.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-02-24 19:56:02
Petrarca].
Venezia, 1536. Francesco Marcolini, cc 161 ccnn 1. Ritratto al frontespizio e altra figura al verso (ritratto del Petrarca e Maripetro in un bosco, in lontananza i colli Euganei), entrambe incise su legno. Edizione princeps di grande rarità, conosciuto in Francia col nome di Pètrarque retourné. L?opera è una riscrittura, quasi centonistica, del Canzoniere di Petrarca secondo un?ottica di spiritualizzazione del contenuto che grande successo incontrerà con il petrarchismo delle epoche successive. Cfr Casale, Gli Annali Marcolini, 14.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-02-19 03:33:11
David Griffin
Used [Publisher: Golden Dawn Pub] 1536
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2018-02-17 00:26:57
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The legislation of the Parliament which included the Statute of Wills, "one of the most significant pieces of all English law", comprehensively restoring the power to devise real property and mitigating the effects of the Statute of Uses of 1536. 19th century cloth, light browning, else quite well preserved, with the bookplate of Edwin Freshfield on the front pastedown; the Taussig copy. T. Powell?, London.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-02-16 13:02:11
Peterson's
1536 Seiten 28,8 x 21,7 x 4,6 cm, Gebundene Ausgabe ex Library Book / aus einer wissenschafltichen Bibliothek / Sofort verfügbar / Rechnung mit ausgewiesener MwSt. liegt bei / daily shipping worldwide with invoice /
Bookseller: Mosakowski GbR
2018-02-12 06:55:12
Stow, Kenneth.
Leiden, New York, Köln, Brill, 1995-97, 1536. Two volumes. Crown quarto. Pp. lxxx, 411; 413-951. Hardcover, uniformly bound in the original publisher's sky-blue cloth, gilt covers and spines, with dust-jackets. In a very fine, fresh-new condition. Excellent set, practically unused. ~ First edition. A Documentary History of the Jews in Italy, XI-XII, edited by Shlomo Simonsohn. The Diaspora Reserach Institute, Tel Aviv. Studia Post-Biblica, 48 & 48,2. ISBN 9004104631 ISBN 9004108068. ISBN 9004104631
Bookseller: Librarium [NL]
2018-02-03 06:39:43
[SALAZAR, Diego de].
Ad 1: Belg. Typ. 4219; Bibl. de Salvá 2669; Machiels S57; Palau 286504; Peeters-Fontainas 1157; ad 2: Adams V22; Belg. Typ. 9216; BMC STC Spanish, p. 209; Cockle 563; Palau 139748; Peeters-Fontainas 1334. Two military works in Spanish, printed in Brussels for the Spanish army in the Low Countries. Brussels, then the capital of the Spanish (Southern) Netherlands, had been recently reconquered by the Spanish army and served as the capital for the King of Spain's governor in the Low Countries, marking the definitive separation between the Catholic Southern and the Protestant Northern Netherlands.Ad 1: Military work on tactics, fortification, artillery, etc., with 8 plans of military formations (the largest about 27.5 x 33.5 cm), first published anonymously at Alcala in 1536. Ad 2: First edition of an additional treatise on military discipline, written by Don Sancho de Londonno (d. 1569), a Spanish soldier who rose through the ranks to become a field marshall and commanded Spanish troops in the Low Countries under the Duke of Alva.Some leaves browned, and with a small hole in one leaf affecting 3 words, but otherwise in very good condition. The vellum of the binding is slightly dirty, but is still in good condition, with the tooling well preserved. A pair of military handbooks for the Spanish army in the Low Countries during the Dutch war of independence.
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2018-02-01 21:00:27
Zuccardi, Ubertino; Zuccardus, Hubertinus
1536. Rare Titles on Roman Law by a Notable Ferrarese Professor Zuccardi, Ubertino [c.1480-1541]. Super Rubrica Ff. Si Certum Petatur: Commentaria que Illam Efficiunt Utilem in Scolis: & In Foro Praticabilem. [Ferrara: Lorenzo Villafora, 1538]. VIII ff. Main text in parallel columns. [Bound with] Zuccardi, Ubertino. Ingeniosissime Interpretationes S. Rubrica & l.I.C. Qui Admitti. [Ferrara: Apud Franciscum Rubeum de Valentia, 1536 Mense Septembris]. 30 ff. Main text in parallel columns. [And] Zuccardi, Ubertino. Ingeniosissime Interpretationes Super l. Posthumo. C. De Bon. Poss. Contratabu. [Ferrara: Per Franciscum Rubeum de Valentia, 1537 Mense Februarii]. 30 ff. Main text in parallel columns. [And] Zuccardi, Ubertino. Aurea et Subtilia Commentaria, Super L. Fi. C. De Edict. Divi Adria. Tol. [Ferrara: Per Laurentium de Villafora Civem Ferrariensem, 1538 Quarto Idus Martii]. XXXIX, [1] ff. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (16-1/2" x 11-1/4"). Recent quarter calf over marbled boards, endpapers renewed, raised bands and blind tooling to spine, untrimmed edges, early hand-lettered title to fore-edge. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to margins in a few places, finger smudges and early repairs to a few leaves. A handsome sammelband of four rare titles. $6,500. * Only editions. This volume collects four of the six publications of Zuccardi. All of these are commentaries on titles from the Digest and Novels of Justinian, two of the four works known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. Zuccardi received his law degree at Bologna in 1505, served as as an auditor o … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-27 07:31:14
FELICIANO, Francesco (1470-1542). -
Venezia, Bindoni e Pasini, 1536. In-4 (21 x 15,2). Legatura coeva in pergamena, piccola mancanza restaurata al dorso. Titolo entro bordura silografica formata da quattro legni, 3 graziose iniziali decorative, e diversi calcoli matematici, diagrammi e figure geometriche nei margini esterni del testo. (80) ff.; carta un po' ossidata e con lieve alone d'umidità, qualche macchiolina e restauro all'angolo superiore esterno dell'ultima carta; sul frontespizio antico timbro e nota a penna "libro di Jacopo Gatti"; esemplare dalla biblioteca Honeyman. Seconda edizione (prima: 1527) di un notevole testo di matematica, molto usato da mercanti, ingegneri ed agrimensori (Feliciano fu il primo a menzionare l'uso dello squadro, indicandolo come indispensabile). Si ispira al Borghi e al Paciuoli, ma tratta i vari argomenti (geometria, algebra, aritmetica mercantile, pesi, misure, agrimensura) in maniera molto più agevole e pratica, per cui ebbe un tale successo, da essere ancora ristampato nel 1692. DBI 36, pp. 347-349. Riccardi II, 21 e Appendice, 48. Edit 16, CNCE 18698. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, 148: ""Feliciano's second work was highly esteemed as a textbook for schools... The first part of the book is commercial in character, and in the second part the author treats of roots, rule of false, and algebra, the third part being devoted to geometry from the practical side. More complete than the Treviso book, more modern than Borghi, more condensed and practical than Paciuolo, few books had greater influence on the subsequent teaching of elementary mathematics." Second edition (first: 152 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-27 07:31:14
SANNAZARO. Jacopo
1536. In fine: (Venezia). nuovamente stampate per Francesco Bindoni e Mapheo Pasini compagni nel mese di luio. 1536. cm.10x15.5. cc.53 (3). bellissimo front. tutto xil. con cornice. nei cui lati sono 2 personaggi in tenuta militare romana su piedistallo (uno con sigla SP.A..l'altro AN.C.) e nelle fasce superiore e inferiore scene di battaglia. forse guerre puniche. come si deduce dalla sigla "CAR" (Cartagine?) sulle mura di una città in fiamme. su cui si affaccia una donna (moglie di Asdrubale?). P. pelle coeva con ampi restauri. sguardie sostituite. Una macchia al marg. sup. bianco. che interessa anche qualche lettera nelle prime 3 righe da c.32 al termine. Un tarletto al marg. infer. bianco delle ultime 7 cc.. un alone al marg. sup. nelle cc.18-20 e un foro di 1 cmq ca. con perdita di 1 o 2 lettere nelle prime 3 righe di c.18. Antiche scritte al verso dell'ultima carta. Il Sannazaro. la cui famiglia era originaria della Lomellina. nacque a Napoli nel 1455. fu amico di Giovanni Pontano. che nella accademia lo chiamò Actius Syncerus (dal protagonista dell'Arcadia) e che lo raccomandò al duca di Calabria. Quando Federico III d'Aragona fu esiliato da Napoli. il Sannazaro lo seguì in Francia. ma tornò a Napoli nel 1504. dove trascorse il resto della vita a Mergellina nella villa donatagli dal sovrano e dove morì nel 1530. Questa ediz.. in elegante carattere corsivo e dedicata dell'Aut "alla honestissima et nobilissima donna Cassandra Marchesa" (amante dal poeta). contiene 3 parti: le prime 2 parti con 12 canzoni. 78 sonetti. alcune rime e la "Lamentazione sopra al corpo del R … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-21 09:54:09
Strassburg, M. Apiarius, 1536. 5 nn. Bll., CXLI S., 1 nn. Bl. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz mit prächtiger Holzschnitt-Bordüre u. mehr als 530 teilw. wiederholten Textholzschnitten, sowie Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluss. VD 16 H 5127. Nissen, ZBI 4730 und Bot. 2371. Muller 384. BM STC German Books 418. Roth, Apiarius 8. Bloesch, Apiarius, 22. - Seltene deutsche Ausgabe des Hortus Sanitatis, die in Text u. Illustrationen der lateinischen Parallelausgabe von Apiarius aus dem gleichen Jahr folgt. Es ist das beliebteste, 1485 erstmals im Druck erschienene mittelalterliche Kräuterbuch. Es ist die wichtigste Quelle zur Kenntnis der Naturgeschichte. In über 400 Kapiteln wird die organische, botanische, animalische und mineralische Welt beschrieben, und es werden Anleitungen zur Extraktion von Drogen und Heilmitteln gegeben. Das Werk besticht mit seinen qualitätvollen Holzschnitten, darunter Darstellungen v. Tieren u. Menschen, Fabelwesen, Mineralien, Laboratorien, Apotheken, Edelsteinbearbeitung, Schiffen u. a. Besonders reizvoll auch die Druckermarke mit dem Honig schleckenden Bären an einem Baum, umgeben von einem Bienenschwarm. "Die Holzschnitte der Naturkörper sind ebenso zahlreich wie in den früheren Ausgaben, aber durchaus neu gezeichnet und geschnitten, zum Teil von besserer Erfindung und Ausführung vorzüglich ist die Titeleinfassung" (Choulant, Graph. Inc. 28). - Komplettes, insgesamt hervorragend erhaltenes Expl. 2 Bll. etwas gebräunt, 3 Bll. im unt. Rand restauriert, ausserhalb des Textes u. ohne Verlust. Titel am rechten Rand bis zur Einfassungslinie beschnitten mit winzi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-01-20 04:12:41
Kürschner, Joseph
1536 S., Gr.-8, gebundene Ausgabe, Pappe. weinrote OPpbde, gebrauchtes Exemplar, Die Bände stammen aus der Auflösung einer privaten, sehr gepflegten Bibliothek und sind sehr gut erhalten mit nur leichten Lager/Liegespuren (Einbandecken ganz minimal angestoßen). Auszug aus der Kurzbeschreibung des hint. Einbanddeckels: Die seit mehr als 130 Jahren bewährte Dokumentation der zeitgenössischen deutschsprachigen Literaturszene umfasst in ihrer 69. Ausgabe ca. 12.000 Einträge zu lebenden Verfasserinnen und Verfassern schöngeistiger Literatur in deutscher Sprache. Die Artikel informieren u.a. über Adressen, Lebensdaten, Mitgliedschaften in Fachverbänden und literarischen Vereinigungen sowie literarische Preise und verzeichnen über 180.000 Veröffentlichungen der aufgenommenen Persönlichkeiten. Im Anhang finden sich u.a. Informationen zu Übersetzerinnen und Übersetzern, Verlagen, Literaturpreisen, Fachverbänden, Literaturhäusern, literarischen Zeitschriften, agenturen, Kulturredktionen und literarischen Feuilletons. Weiterhin im Anhang: Der Festkalender mit den runden Geburtstagen bis Ende 2019, der Nekrolog mit den seit 2012 ermittelten Todesfällen sowie eine geographische Übersicht der aufgeführten Personen und Institutionen.
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2018-01-13 15:48:07
Marco Vitruvio Pollione
Stamperia Conte Iano Bioazzini, 1536. Vol In-8°, dimensions 28,3 x 2,5 x 20,5 cm. Later hard cover on half parchemin and marbelized cardboard. One page restored on bottom right. Otherwise excelletn conditions. Many beautiful b/w woodcut on architecture, some of which full page. First edition of the traslation of the "De Architecture" by Vitrius by Giovanni Battista Caporali. Spine with name of author "Vitruv" and part of the title "Archit" on engraved golden letters. Very nice edition of Vitrius most popular essay on architecture.
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2018-01-10 20:21:28
GAZA (Théodore)
- Ioanne Perrello interprete. Eiusdem interpretis de ratione lunae & epactarum secundum Gazam, cum tabula perfecti ambitus annorum intercalarium. Accessit praeterea in studiosorum gratiam idem Theodori libellus Graece, multis locis quam antehac emendatior. Item, rerum toto opere memorabilium copiosissimus index. Bâle, Balthasar Rauch [Lasius] & Thomas Platter, 1536, petit in-8, dérelié. 12 ff. n. ch. (titre, un f. vierge, dédicace, index, errata), 152 pp., sign. a, puis a-i. Texte grec et traduction latine. La première édition de ce traité du calendrier attique était parue en 1535 : Théodore Gaza (vers 1400 -1478) fit partie de ces érudits byzantins installés en Italie au XVe siècle par suite de l'avancée turque (il s'était fixé à Ferrare dès 1429), et qui jouèrent un rôle majeur dans le renouveau de l'hellénisme en Occident. Il mourut à Rome. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
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2018-01-10 17:06:20
GAZA (Théodore)
Ioanne Perrello interprete. Eiusdem interpretis de ratione lunae & epactarum secundum Gazam, cum tabula perfecti ambitus annorum intercalarium. Accessit praeterea in studiosorum gratiam idem Theodori libellus Graece, multis locis quam antehac emendatior. Item, rerum toto opere memorabilium copiosissimus index. Bâle, Balthasar Rauch [Lasius] & Thomas Platter, 1536, petit in-8, dérelié. 12 ff. n. ch. (titre, un f. vierge, dédicace, index, errata), 152 pp., sign. a, puis a-i. Texte grec et traduction latine. La première édition de ce traité du calendrier attique était parue en 1535 : Théodore Gaza (vers 1400 -1478) fit partie de ces érudits byzantins installés en Italie au XVe siècle par suite de l'avancée turque (il s'était fixé à Ferrare dès 1429), et qui jouèrent un rôle majeur dans le renouveau de l'hellénisme en Occident. Il mourut à Rome.
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2018-01-08 09:42:23
Dasipodius Petrus, Hieronymo Frobenius
Self, Basel, 1536. This book is from the library of J. Alden Weir and was catalogued "The Herculean Labours of Erasmus" with a publication date of 1536 and attributed to Dasipodius. There is no title page per se. The preface (colophon) indicates that this is biography of Erasmus and the titles of the chapters range from childhood through his letters. On a page headed Author, the three prominent names are Hieronymo Frobenius (there are other works on Erasmus attributed to Frobenius), Nicolao Episcopio and Boniface Amberbach. These people were in Basel at about this time (as was Dasipodius). The latest date found is 1536, but this is also the date of the death of Erasmus. The spine has a date of 1550 inked on it. This book is clean, tight, square and essentially unmarked (a few notes). It is rubbed. It has 775 amazingly clear, lightly toned pages written in Latin and Greek bound in boards covered in pigskin. The spine has three raised bands with an inked titles (Erasmus) and date (1550). There's a small split at the base of the spine, some notes (dated 1720) on the front paste down, and the remains of brass clasps on the fore edge. There is an index and a catalog of Erasmus' Colloquies including: The art of magic - The frustration of the art of remembering. Gains from the road to the attainment of learning and teaching; Friendship - natural attractions and repulsions among the animals; Poetic Entertainment; Fabulous Entertainment various histories and myths; Profane ENtertainment - food & fasting, superstition & cruelty; Charon - detests war among Christians; and more. Pardon … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MdpInc Books [Quincy, MA, U.S.A.]
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