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        De civilibus romanorum bellis historiarum libri quinque. Eiusdem libri sex: illyrius, celticus, libycus, syrius, prthicus, mitridaticus, et romanae historiae proemium. P. Vallei Paterculi historiae romanae duo volumina.

      Ex Officina Michaelis Vascosani, Parisiis 1538 - [Figurato raro-Classici] (cm.33,3) ottimo cartonato sec. XVII, nervi, titolo manoscritto.-- cc. 18 nn., pp. 283; cc. 10 nn., pp. 41 + 1 c. bianca. Due bellissimi frontis completamente figurati con al centro xilografia che rappresenta una tipografia. Inoltre l' opera contiene 13 magnifici capilettera (cm.6x6) di squisita fattura e fra i più belli di tutta la tipografia francese del primo '500. Prima edizione parigina molto rara con l' opera di Vallei Paterculi e con la traduzione di P. Candido. Sia la prima edizione del 1472 che la seconda celeberrima del 1477, sono tradotte dal P. Candido. Esemplare molto bello, nitido e marginoso impresso con grande eleganza tipografica. * Adams A 1345; * Graesse I 169; *Bm. Stc. French 21.[f68] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dit is die beduydenisse der missen.(Colophon: Antwerp, printed by Willem Vorsterman), [ca. 1530]. Small 8vo (14 x 10 cm). With the title-page (and the entire first quire with the calendar) printed in red and black,Vorsterman's full-page woodcut device (crowned double-headed eagle with the Antwerp city arms on its breast) on the last page, 71 woodcut illustrations (mostly ca. 5 x 7.5 cm). All illustration woodcuts and the 3 decorated initials coloured by hand, Vorsterman's device, capitals throughout the text and an occasional uncial initial rubricated, some words underlined in red. Blind-tooled calf by (Benjamin?) Broadbere in Salisbury, England (in or shortly before 1867), gold-tooled board edges, sprinkled edges, marbled endpapers, stamped on an endleaf "Bound by Broadbere - Salisbury".

      Cf. BMC STC Dutch, p. 85 (nearly identical 1538 ed.); Nijhoff & Kronenberg 987 (same copy of nearly identical 1538 ed), 4233 (1 copy of nearly identical ca. 1529 ed.) & 4438 (1 severely incomplete copy of nearly identical ca. 1535 ed.). Unrecorded edition by Willem Vorsterman at Antwerp, of a very popular devotional work, presenting, explaining and illustrating the office of the mass and other sacraments for a general audience. While at least one reader would be needed, the book demanded only basic literacy in Dutch, the illustrations might help the reader and the book might also be read to illiterate people, who could also look at the illustrations. The woodcut for the 29th article is printed upside down. First published at Gouda in 1506, Vander Goude's book went through several editions by various Antwerp publishers, many under the title: Boexken van der missen. The present woodcuts for the 33 articles are apparently based, directly or indirectly, on those of the 1506 edition, but in at least many of the early editions they stand on their own. With an 1867 donation inscription to Henry Deane (1838-1894) divinity student at St. John's College, Oxford, from "T. G. S." With the title-page detached, small holes in many of the coloured woodcuts (probably caused by the pigments used), some crudely repaired with tape, one or two pages with the type very slightly shaved at the head. Binding worn at the hinges, board edges and top of spine, but still good. Only known copy of this edition of a rare and extensively illustrated popular devotional work, printed in Antwerp ca. 1530.

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        DE AGRICULTURA, omnibusque plantarum, & animalium generibus, libri XII. in quibus nihil non experientia comprobatum, causaque & vires rerum ita explicatae, ut confidamus non solum oeconomiae studioso

      Basileae: Per Henricum Petrum, 1538, [mense Augusto anno M. D. XXXVIII]& medico, verumetiam philosopho aliquid hinc accessurum. Autore optimo agricola & philosopho Petro Crescentiensi. Qui haec senator Bononiae, multis legationibus functus, rogatu regis Siciliae Caroli, ante AN. CXX literis mandavit. Nunc autem tandem castigata ad exemplaria, autoris tempore scripta. Early Swiss edition 1538, dated from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 135 mm, 7¾x 5½ inches, publisher's pictorial device on title page and verso of final page (anvil, hammer, flames fanned by wind), pictorial initials, pages: [40], 564 [i.e. 574], [2], collation: a - e4, A - Z4, 2a - 2z4, Aa - Zz4, AA - CC4 (e4 is a blank leaf, CC4r is blank). Bound in contemporary blind panelled calf, decorative blind borders to covers with central floral decorated lozenge, rebacked by amateur, raised bands, no lettering or label, all edges red, original endpapers. Covers slightly worn, spine slightly crinkled, upper cover slightly rubbed, tiny surface tear on upper cover, hinges very neatly repaired, tiny strip of leather missing at tail of spine, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, front pastedown slightly chipped, armorial bookplate of the Harcourt family on the pastedown, ink stamp of college library on front endpaper, no other library signs, a couple of old numbers on reverse, 1 small pale ink smudge and a small faint water stain in lower margin of title page, lower outer corners from b - d3 very slightly eroded, 4 top corners slightly creased, otherwise contents remarkably clean and undamaged, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce famous book on farming. Pietro de' Crescenzi (circa 1230 / 35 - circa 1320) was an Italian jurist from Bologna, now known as a writer on agriculture. Educated at the University of Bologna in logic, medicine, the natural sciences and law, Crescenzi practised as a lawyer and judge from about 1269 until 1299. After retiring to his villa, the Villa Olmo outside the walls of Bologna, he wrote this agricultural treatise based largely on classical and medieval sources, as well as his own experience as a landowner. After circulating in numerous manuscript copies, Crescenzi's treatise became the first printed modern text on agriculture when it was published in Augsburg by Johann Schüssler in 1471. A very popular work, some 57 editions in Latin, Italian, French, and German appeared during the following century. (Wikipedia). The author deals with all aspects of agriculture and farming including arboriculture for food and medicine, horticulture for the same, animal husbandry and bee keeping, hunting with dogs and hawks, fishing and fishponds, siting and layout of a manor, botanical properties of plants, monthly tasks, vines and wine making. Aslin, Catalogue of Printed Books on Agriculture 1471 - 1840, pages 315 - 317, listing amongst others, a Basle edition of 1548; Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 86; MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        DE AGRICULTURA, omnibusque plantarum, & animalium generibus, libri XII. in quibus nihil non experientia comprobatum, causaque & vires rerum ita explicatae, ut confidamus non solum oeconomiae studioso,

      Basileae: Per Henricum Petrum, 1538, [mense Augusto anno M. D. XXXVIII]. & medico, verumetiam philosopho aliquid hinc accessurum. Autore optimo agricola & philosopho Petro Crescentiensi. Qui haec senator Bononiae, multis legationibus functus, rogatu regis Siciliae Caroli, ante AN. CXX literis mandavit. Nunc autem tandem castigata ad exemplaria, autoris tempore scripta. Early Swiss edition 1538, dated from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 135 mm, 7¾x 5½ inches, publisher's pictorial device on title page and verso of final page (anvil, hammer, flames fanned by wind), pictorial initials, pages: [40], 564 [i.e. 574], [2], collation: a-e4, A-Z4, 2a-2z4, Aa-Zz4, AA-CC4 (e4 is a blank leaf, CC4r is blank). Bound in contemporary blind panelled calf, decorative blind borders to covers with central floral decorated lozenge, rebacked by amateur, raised bands, no lettering or label, all edges red, original endpapers. Covers slightly worn, spine slightly crinkled, upper cover slightly rubbed, tiny surface tear on upper cover, hinges very neatly repaired, tiny strip of leather missing at tail of spine, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, front pastedown slightly chipped, armorial bookplate of the Harcourt family on the pastedown, ink stamp of college library on front endpaper, no other library signs, a couple of old numbers on reverse, 1 small pale ink smudge and a small faint water stain in lower margin of title page, lower outer corners from b-d3 very slightly eroded, 4 top corners slightly creased, otherwise contents remarkably clean and undamaged, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce famous book on farming. Pietro de' Crescenzi (circa 1230/35-circa 1320) was an Italian jurist from Bologna, now known as a writer on agriculture. Educated at the University of Bologna in logic, medicine, the natural sciences and law, Crescenzi practised as a lawyer and judge from about 1269 until 1299. After retiring to his villa, the Villa Olmo outside the walls of Bologna, he wrote this agricultural treatise based largely on classical and medieval sources, as well as his own experience as a landowner. After circulating in numerous manuscript copies, Crescenzi's treatise became the first printed modern text on agriculture when it was published in Augsburg by Johann Schüssler in 1471. A very popular work, some 57 editions in Latin, Italian, French, and German appeared during the following century. (Wikipedia). The author deals with all aspects of agriculture and farming including arboriculture for food and medicine, horticulture for the same, animal husbandry and bee keeping, hunting with dogs and hawks, fishing and fishponds, siting and layout of a manor, botanical properties of plants, monthly tasks, vines and wine making. Aslin, Catalogue of Printed Books on Agriculture 1471-1840, pages 315-317, listing amongst others, a Basle edition of 1548; Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 86; MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        de re dialectica libellus perutilis, cum scholiis Joannis Nouio.

      Köln, Servatium Cruphthanu(m) / d. i. Servas Kruffter 1538.. kl.8°. 108 nicht pag. Bll. Pergamentband d. Zt. - 1 Textblatt (B ii) fehlt! Rücken mit altem Leder ausgebessert, Buchblock z. Teil eselsohrig, zahlr. alte Notizen auf Titel, teilweise mit Marginalien von alter Hand, Einband knittrig.. Gilt als einer der Wiedererwecker der griechischen Literatur in Italien und wurde bekannt als Verfechter der Philosophie des Aristoteles und als Übersetzer griechischer Autoren. Er übertrug neben mehreren Werken des Aristoteles wie der Rhetorik auch Platons Gesetze.

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        DE AGRICULTURA, omnibusque plantarum, & animalium generibus, libri XII. in quibus nihil non experientia comprobatum, causaque & vires rerum ita explicatae, ut confidamus non solum oeconomiae studioso

      Basileae: Per Henricum Petrum, 1538, [mense Augusto anno M. D. XXXVIII]& medico, verumetiam philosopho aliquid hinc accessurum. Autore optimo agricola & philosopho Petro Crescentiensi. Qui haec senator Bononiae, multis legationibus functus, rogatu regis Siciliae Caroli, ante AN. CXX literis mandauit. Nunc autem tandem castigata ad exemplaria, autoris tempore scripta. Early Swiss edition 1538, dated from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 135 mm, 7¾x 5½ inches, publisher's pictorial device on title page and verso of final page (anvil, hammer, flames fanned by wind), pictorial initials, pages: [40], 564 [i.e. 574], [2], collation: a - e4, A - Z4, 2a - 2z4, Aa - Zz4, AA - CC4 (e4 is a blank leaf, CC4r is blank). Bound in contemporary blind panelled calf, decorative blind borders to covers with central floral decorated lozenge, rebacked by amateur, raised bands, no lettering or label, all edges red, original endpapers. Covers slightly worn, spine slightly crinkled upper cover slightly rubbed, tiny surface tear on upper cover, hinges very neatly repaired, tiny strip of leather missing at tail of spine, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, front pastedown slightly chipped, armorial bookplate of the Harcourt family on the pastedown, ink stamp of college library on front endpaper, no other library signs, a couple of old numbers on reverse, 1 small pale ink smudge and a small faint water stain in lower margin of title page, lower outer corners from b - d3 very slightly eroded, 4 top corners slightly creased, otherwise contents remarkably clean and undamaged, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce famous book on farming. Pietro de' Crescenzi (circa 1230 / 35 - circa 1320) was an Italian jurist from Bologna, now known as a writer on agriculture. Educated at the University of Bologna in logic, medicine, the natural sciences and law, Crescenzi practised as a lawyer and judge from about 1269 until 1299. After retiring to his villa, the Villa Olmo outside the walls of Bologna, he wrote this agricultural treatise based largely on classical and medieval sources, as well as his own experience as a landowner. After circulating in numerous manuscript copies, Crescenzi's treatise became the first printed modern text on agriculture when it was published in Augsburg by Johann Schüssler in 1471. A very popular work, some 57 editions in Latin, Italian, French, and German appeared during the following century. (Wikipedia). The author deals with all aspects of agriculture and farming including arboriculture for food and medicine, horticulture for the same, animal husbandry and bee keeping, hunting with dogs and hawks, fishing and fishponds, siting and layout of a manor, botanical properties of plants, monthly tasks, vines and wine making. Aslin, Catalogue of Printed Books on Agriculture 1471 - 1840, pages 315 - 317, listing amongst others, a Basle edition of 1548; Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 86; MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Warhafftiger bericht, wie sich die sachen zwisschen dem Cardinal v. Meintz etc. vnd seinem Bruder Hansen Schenitz zugetragen, vnd er vom Cardinal, on recht getödtet, vnd seine güter mit gewalt eingezogen, vnd zur vnbilligkeit gehemmet wird etc.

      Wittenberg, Lufft, 1538.. 32 Bll. Mit breiter figuraler Titelbordüre. Flexibler Pergamentband, Bindebänder. 4to.. Die Verteidigungsschrift des 1535 hingerichteten Hallenser Kaufmanns und kurfürstlichen Brandenburgischen Hoflieferanten Hans Schenitz (geb. 1499), verfaßt von seinem Bruder Anton. Die sogenannte Schenitz-Affäre ist einer der frühesten in dieser Ausführlichkeit dokumentierten Fälle von Wirtschaftskriminalität, hatte der Hoflieferant doch seit 1521 Waren auf Kredit gekauft, um sie dann an das Haus Brandenburg weiterzuverkaufen. Schließlich wurde er wegen Unregelmäßigkeiten bei der Rückzahlung seiner Kredite und Veruntreuung der bezogenen Waren angeklagt und zum Tode durch Erhängen verurteilt. - Im selben Jahr erschienen noch zwei weitere Ausgaben der vorliegenden Schrift. - Sauber und fleckenfrei. - VD 16, S 2639. Hohenemser 1954. Kuczinski 2579. Pegg (Swiss) 4803.

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        Geographische oefeningen; of leerboek der aardrijkskunde, met XX genommerde kaarten, naar de nieuwste ontdekkingen en volgens de tegenwoordige verdeling der landen, opgemaakt uit de eerste schriften en nieuwste landkaarten. Derde druk. Amsterdam, Johannes van der Hey & son, 1826. 8vo. With 20 numbered folding engraved maps, all coloured by hand, and 3 additional maps, also folding and coloured by hand, no. V+ showing the departments of France and no. XIX+ together with XIX replacing an earlier map of the Americas by two separate maps of North and South America. Modern slightly overlapping vellum.

      Saalmink, p. 1538; NCC (7 copies); for the author: NNBW II, cols. 1133-1134. Third edition of a popular school book on the geography of the world by the Dutch pedagogue, teacher and director of the first Dutch college of education Pieter Johannes Prinsen (1777-1854). It was first published in 1816 and followed in 1817 by an abridged version titled "Korte geographische oefeningen". Not much seems to have changed since the second edition of the present work from 1817, except that two separate maps of North and South America, replace the earlier map of the Americas. With ownerships inscription of J.A. Pesch one title-page. Title-page slightly stained, otherwise a good untrimmed copy.

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        Dominicae precationis pia admodum erudita explanatio. Reliqua quæ hoc libello continentur, indicat sequens sollum.

      Paris, Galliot Du Pré 1538 - In-16 [110 x 68 mm]. Collation : (4), 184 ff. Basane brune, dos orné, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.) Ce petit ouvrage de dévotion se compose de méditations, de paraphrases et d'expositions de divers textes sacrés (la plupart, sans nom d'auteur, sauf l'une de Jérôme de Ferrare et une autre de Savonarole) a connu plusieurs éditions, toutes rares aujourd'hui, comme toujours pour ces petits volumes de prières. Celle-ci a été imprimée par Olivier Mallard, pour le compte de Galliot Du Pré et Jean de Roigny. Texte encadré à l'encre rouge. Initiales criblées. Manque à la coiffe et fente aux charnières. Ex-libris manuscrit sur la page de titre de Guillaume Villés (?). L'inventaire des éditions parisiennes ne recense que deux exemplaires de cette édition : Versailles et Bibliothèque Institut catholique. Renouard, Inventaire 1064. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        S. Tho. super ethica. Sancti doctoris: Thome de aquino: in decem libros ethicorum Aristotelis: profundissima commentaria: cum triplici textus translatione: antiqua videlicet: Leonardi aretini: nec non Ioannis argyropili: suis locis inserta. Nouissime post omnes impressiones: vbique locorum excussas: collatis multis exemplaribus: a bene docto philosopho adamussim recognita: cunctisque mendis & erroribus expurgata. Adiecto insuper copioso repertorio: nuperrime per dominum Lucam panetium artium doctore: edito: ..

      Apud heredes Luceantonij Iunte 1538 mense Iunio In 4, pp. 166+ 12 carte di Indice. Rilegat. moderna m. pelle , angoli, tre nervi, titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio e alla fine. Ultima carta bianca. testo su due colonne. Un alone al margine sup. delle prime 10 carte. Leggere brunit. al frontesp. Rarissime glosse al margine di alcune pagg.

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        "Laurentij Vallae de lingvae latinae elegantia libri sex, iam nouissime de integro bona fide emaculati. Eiusde de reciprocatione sui & suus libellus apprime vtilis. Vna cum epitomis Iodoci Badij Ascensij, necnon Antonij Mancinelli lima suis quibusque capitibus adiunctis. Cum indice amplissimo."

      Parisiis: apud Simonem Colinaeum, 1538. Parisiis: apud Simonem Colinaeum. 1538. "Octavo, ff. [14], 249 (without final blank); title within decorative engraved border incorporating the monogram of Francis I and the mark of Geofroy Tory; 15 large and 6 small decorative initials (probably by Geofroy Tory of Bourges; cf. Updike, Printing Types, I, 197) throughout text; full contemporary vellum, stained, with overlapping fore-edges, paper label in manuscript adhered to lower spine; the front joint and hinge cracked through, the covers stamped in blind ""Mercantile Library"" (Philadelphia) and with bookplates from the same on front and back pastedowns, 19th-c. type specimen also mounted to front pastedown, presentation inscription in ink, in Latin and English, from a James Hallahan to the Mercantile Library on ffep, and 3 owners' names on title- p. (one quite early); pages lightly browned and cockled, a few marginal chips and short tears, the odd letter lost, and occasional old marginalia and underlining. Valla (ca. 1407-57) was an Italian scholar, humanist and philosopher, not unfamiliar with controversy, who was chosen by Pope Nicholas V to translate the classical texts of Herodotus and Thucydides into Latin. His masterwork is De lingvae latinae elegantia (1444) ""a brilliant philological defense of classical Latin in which he contrasted the elegance of the ancient Romans' works--especially those of Cicero and Quintilian--with the clumsiness of medieval and Church Latin"" (Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed., 2006). Immensely popular as a textbook. this title went through at least 60 editions before 1536. This example is pure Colines: it is printed in his characteristic roman type, with shouldernotes and some instances for the clear Greek font for which he is also known. Another bookseller has noted that ""the typography and overall design are characteristic of the use of Italianate elements with French restraint that accounts for the elegance of Colines's work."" Schreiber, 152."

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        Eyn kunstreichs warhafftigs vnd wolgegründtes urteil und Secret büchlin, des harns, von allerlei farben, zircklen, wolcken, zeychen unnd understand, vom geschmack, auch underscheid, des alters unnd der jungen, auch der Weiber, deß menschen und des vihs, auß den allerhochberümbtesten der artzney lerern, zusamen gezogen und gepraticieret worden.

      Straßburg, (H. Vogtherr), 1538.. (19,5 x 14 cm). 42 (1w) nn. Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel und einigen kleinen Textholzschnitten. Moderner Pergamentband.. Einzige Ausgabe dieses seltenen, heute kaum noch auffindbaren Harnschaubüchleins des frühen 16. Jahrhundert. Im ersten Teil mit zahlreichen nützlichen aber auch kuriosen Anleitungen zur Diagnose verschiedenster Leiden. Der zweite Teil enthält ein kleines Rezeptbuch für gebräuchliche Präparationen, wie sie auch von niederen Ärzten verordnet werden konnten. Am Schluss mit einem Kapitel über die Gewichte der Apotheker. Die Textholzschnitte zeigen ausschließlich Uringläser. - Der aus Dillingen stammende Heinrich Vogtherr d. Ä. (1490-1566), Maler, Formschneider und Goldschmied, gründete 1536 in Straßburg eine Druckerei, in der er vorwiegend medizinische Werke druckte. - Stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Titelblatt mit angefasertem oberen Rand (ohne Textverlust), sonst gut erhalten. - VD16 K2569; Durling 2685; Waller 10040; Wellcome 1, 6670 (mit falscher Seitenzahl)

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        Gedr. Steuerzahlungsformular mit einigen hs. Einfügungen.

      Wien, 6. II. 1538.. 1 S. Qu.-gr.-4to.. Ausgestellt für den "Einnemmer" "Wilhalm Hrn. von Puechaim zum Haidnrichstain" (d. i. Wilhelm Hrn. von Puchheim zu Heidenreichstein), Landmarschall in Österreich, und umseitig adressiert an Christoph von Traun, der hierdurch aufgefordert wurde, "jnner dreyen tagen" in Korneuburg vor dem "Einnemmer" zu erscheinen und die "Aussenstände" (Steuerschulden) zu bezahlen. Ansonsten würden dessen "Hab und Güter" verloren gehen, und er selbst würde der "Römischen Kü[niglichen] Mai[estät] sweren ungnad" anheimfallen. - Interessantes Dokument aus der Zeit nach der Ersten Türkenbelagerung 1529, der drei Jahre darauf ein zweiter Vorstoß gefolgt war, in dessen Folge die Habsburger und Sultan Süleyman I. einen Friedensvertrag schlossen, der Ungarn aufteilte: Die Habsburger behielten das sog. Königliche Ungarn (d. i. der Westen Oberungarns), der Rest verblieb unter der Oberhoheit des Osmanischen Reiches; den enormen Kosten, die sowohl die Türkenbelagerung selbst wie auch die anschließende Behebung der Kriegsschäden verursachten, mußte seitens des Landes Niederösterreich, so legt es das Schriftstück nahe, mit drastischen Mitteln begegnet werden. - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt und mit kleinen Randläsuren; leicht fleckig und stellenweise mit winzigen Papierdurchbrüchen in den Faltungen.

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        Chronica Darinnen auff das kürtzest werden begriffen/die Namhafftigsten Geschichten/so sich under allen kaysern/Von der geburt Christi/biß auf das MDXXXVIII Jar verlassen haben. Gemert und gebessert.

      Augsburg, Philipp Ulhart d. Ä. 1538.. 96 Bll. 8vo. Späterer HLwd. mit kl. RSch.. Mit einigen Unterstreichungen und Randbemerkungen von alter Hand. Beschnittener Titel mit durch Papier des 19. Jahrhunderts ersetzten Fehlstellen.

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        "Habes hic amice lector P. Terentii Comcedias, vna cvm scholiis ex Donati, Asperi, et Cornvti commentariis decerptis, multo quàm antehac unquam prodierunt emendatiores, nisi quod in [heautontimoroumenon] scripsit … Io. Calphvrnivs … Indicata svnt diligentivs carminvm genera & in his incidentes difficultates, correcta quaedam & cõsulum nomina, idõp studio & opera Des. Erasmi Roterodami."

      Basileae: "in officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium, & Nicolaum Episcopium", 1538. Basileae: "in officina Frobeniana per Hieronymum Frobenium, & Nicolaum Episcopium". 1538. "Folio, pp. [28], 398 (i.e. 389), [11]; woodcut printer's device on title and colophon, numerous woodcut initials throughout; full 18th century calf, gilt-decorated spine, the initials of an early owner (""M.S.J.S.R."") in the third compartment, edges stained red; S2 bound before S3; a very good, sound copy. An early edition of Erasmus's edition of Terence's plays. Compared to Erasmus's own writings, ""of almost equal importance for the history of humanism and education are the editions he prepared of the classical authors … They were of two kinds: editions of the text itself, usually with a commentary; and, in the case of the Greek authors, translations into Latin. These editions had wide circulation and served to open the ancient world to a far broader public than had access to it before"" (Houghton Library, Erasmus on the 500th Anniversary of his Birth, 42a). The first Erasmus edition was printed in 1532 and was subsequently printed no less than 40 times during the 16th and 17th centuries. With commentaries by Aelius Donatus, Aemilius Asper, Lucius Annaeus Cornutus, and Giovanni Calfurino. Yale, Michigan, and NC only in OCLC."

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        Concilia Omnia, tam generalia quam particularia, ab apostolorum temporibus in hunc usque diem a sanctissimis patribus celebrata, & quorum acta literis mandata Tomus Primus (von 2).

      Köln 1538 bei Peter Quentel in folio (33 x 22 cm). Ein- bis dreispalt. Druck - teilw. griech. Text bzw griech. Texteinsch. - mit vielen großen (Kinderalphabet) u. kleinen Initialen u. mit der zauberh.-schönen 13-zeilig. 'S'-Initiale (Bl 1), dazu m. dem halbseit. Holzschn. 'Karl V. im vollen Ornat' (sitzend), flankiert v. den beiden Wappen u. mit der Titelbordüre, besteh. aus den beiden 'Evangel./ Kirchenväter-Leiste' u. der 'Wappen- u. Papst/Kaiser-Leiste', der gesamte Buchschmuck v. Woensam v. Worms (vgl. Merlo Sp. 1029 Nr. 407 u. Sp 1042 Nr. 431). Einschl. Tit.: 16 nnff, 577 (recte: 581), (1) gez. Bl. Hier u. da wasserrandig, fleckig u. gegilbt, ganz vereinz. Unterstreich. u. Marginalien, zeitgen. Blindpr.-Bd auf Holz, Leder so gut wie ganz entfernt, Schließen fehlen, die 4 Bünde liegen frei, Buchblock jedoch fest, im ganzen ein kpl., jed. 'mitgenomm.' Expl! - Nur Bd I der - selten kpl. - 2-bdigen Konzilientext-Samml., hrsg. u. bearb. von d. gelehrten Mecheler Minoriten, der 1551 beim gleichen Drucker/Verleg. eine neue Ausg. veranstaltet (Vd 16, C 5644) u. um Bd III erweitert, zu dem dann 1567 von Laurenz Surius (1522-1578) noch Bd IV hinzugefügt wird. Vorlieg. 2-bdige Kölner Ausg. wurde mit dem künstlerisch-wertvollen Buchschmuck Woensam v. Worms ausgestattet, Kaiser Karl V. (1500/19-1556/58) verherrlichend und diesem u. dem Juristen Lambert v. Briarde ('vir magnae eruditionis, prudentiae et experientiae'), Präsidenten des kaiserlichen Rates zu Mecheln, gewidmet. Bd I enthält die Canones, Decreta u. Epistolae aus der Zeit der Einheit der frühen Kirche von der Urgemeinde bis zu Papst Johannes II. (gest. 535)..

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        Kupferstich - Blatt 6 der Folge: Die großen Hochzeitstänzer

      1538. Heinrich Aldegrever (eigentlich Hinrik Trippenmäker), * 1502 Paderborn 1555-61 Soest. In der Platte Monogram und Jahreszahl oben rechts, Blatt-Nr oben links.. 16°, Druck bis an den Plattenrand beschnitten, Blattformat 77 x 116 mm. Rahmen 262 x 322 mm., Geringe Fingerspuren. In sehr gutem Zustand..

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        De officio mariti, liber doctissimus, lectuq[que] utilissimus, ab ipso autore multis in locis nunc primum auctus et recognitus. Una cum rerum ac verborum diligentißimo Indice.

      Basileae ("Officina Roberti Winter", 1538 mense martio" en colophon).. In-12, cartonnage velin marbre a la Bradel, dos orne d'un petit fer aldin central, titre dore, date en pied, tranches rouges, (1) f. de titre, (36) p., (1) f. bl., 155, (3) p. d'index, errata et colophon [sign. a-b8, c4, A-K8, c4 blanc]. Troisieme edition revisee, "l'edition definitive", de l'un des principaux traites que l'humaniste espagnol consacra a l'instruction des femmes, a leur acces a la culture et a leur place dans la famille et la societe. Precepteur de Marie Tudor, la future reine d'Angleterre, Vives fut emprisonne a Londres pour avoir blame le projet de divorce de Henry VIII. Banni d'Angleterre, il trouva refuge a Bruges ou il composa cet ouvrage. "Non seulement le propos s'est durci contre les abus masculins, mais la defense de la condition feminine s'est faite plus eloquente et plus ferme. L'injustice dont souffrait celle qu'il considerait comme sa souveraine y est sans doute pour quelque chose. Sa reflexion se deplace alors de la question des contenus d'instruction a celle de choix moraux" (B. Jolivet, Peut-on, selon Vives, eduquer la femme sans eduquer le mari?, Universite de la Reunion, 2011). "Polygraphe de genie, Vives est non seulement l'un des triumvirs de l'humanisme (avec Erasme et Bude), mais encore l'un des philosophes espagnols les plus profonds et aussi les plus engages politiquement et socialement sous la Renaissance" (A. Guy). Fondateur d'une pedagogie d'avant-garde, il a exerce une influence decisive sur des generations de theoriciens de l'enseignement. (Gonzalez, Albinana, Gutierrez, Vives, Edicions Princeps, n°31. Palau, 371580). Provenance: "Petri Srapij Amsterodami", avec petite signature ex-libris de l'epoque et quelques petites notes en marge. Tres bon exemplaire, tres frais.

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        Justinianischer Instituten warhaffte dolmetschung darinn der großmechtigst Kayser IUSTINIAN den ersten grond geschribner recht hat fürgebildet: durch Orth. Fuchsperger von Ditmoning. Jetztwiderumb fleissig durchsehen uberlesen und gebessert ...

      Augsburg, Weissenhorn (1538).. Folio. (8), XCI, (9), XIII Bll. (1) Bl. Mit Titelholzschnitt und zwei (wiederholten) blattgroßen Stammbäumen (beide oben und unten leicht angeschnitten) von Jörg Breu. Neuer Pappband (Kiebitzmarmor). Dritter Druck dieser Übersetzung. Selten. Der Stammbaum wird von einer Frau gegossen, während der Mann die Erde umgräbt. Provenienz: Auktion J.Baer, Frankfurt, 7.11.1931, seitdem in Privatbesitz. Neue Vorsätze. Titel mit kleinem Randausriss (restauriert; weder Text noch Illustration tangiert); durchgehend leicht gebräunt, Ränder stock- oder wasserfleckig. VD 16, C 5240 (mit 6 vollst. Exx. im Besitzstandsverzeichnis; über den KVK waren auch nicht mehr Exx. ermittelbar); nicht bei Adams, Schweiger und in BL..

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        Polyhistor, rerum toto orbe memorabilium thesaurus locupletissimus. Huic ob argumenti similitudinem Pomponii MELAE de situ orbis libros tres, fide dilientiaque summa recongitos, adiunximus. ... (Hrsg. von Sebastian Münster).

      Basel, Michael IsIngrin und Heinrich Petri, 1538.. 4° (29,2x19,5 cm). (10) Bl., 226 S. (statt 230 [S. 211-214 fehlen]). Mit 2 gef., doppelblattgr. Holzschnitt-Karten und 18 (2 ganzs.) Holzschnitt-Karten im Text nach Sebastian Münster geschnitten von Conrad Schnitt. Mit 2 grossen gef. Holzschnitt-Karten, 18, teilw. grosse oder ganzs. (2) Holzschnitt-Karten im Text sowie gegen 50 Holzschnitt-Initialen. Pergamentbd. d. späten 16. Jhdts. (umgebunden, Deckel an den Aussenkanten auf die Grösse des Buchblocks angepasst).. Burmeister 171. - Hantzsch 25 und 76 ff.. - JCB, Add., S.6. - Skelton, VIII; Nordenskiöld, Facsimile Atlas, S. 108, Nr. 27. - Karrow (1993), 410 und 420 f. - Burden, The Mapping of North America (1996), Nr. 11; Jones, Adventures, 25. - Erste von Sebastian Münster (1488-1552) kommentierter Gemeinschaftsdruck von Solinus' und Melas geographischen Texten und die erste illustrierte Ausgabe beider Texte überhaupt. Zu Solinus erschienen dreizehn Holzschnitte und den Mela-Text illustrierte Münster mit sieben Holzschnitt-Karten. Die gefaltete Karte von Asien (Asia maior [zwischen S. 150 und 151]) zeigt oben rechts die älteste im Druck erschienene kartographische Darstellung des amerikanischen Nordwestens (,Terra incognita'). Die zweite gefaltete Karte zeigt Griechenland mit Kleinasien. Unter den in den Text eingebetteten Holzschnittkarten besonders hervorzuheben ist die Karte auf S. 48, welche erstmals ziemlich akkurat das Flusssystem Russlands darstellt. Möglicherweise geht sie auf Informationen des geistigen Erschliessers Russlands für das Abendland, Siegmund Freiherr von Herberstein zurück, der Russland auf zwei Reisen (1516-18 und 1526-27) erforschte. Fünf Jahre nach der vorliegenden Ausgabe veröffentlichten Petri und Isingrin 1543 eine zweite Ausgabe, mit denselben Holzschnitten ausgestattet. - (Mit vielen Marginalien von einer zeitgenössischen Humanistenhand; hs. Namen auf Titel, im Innensteg etwas wasserrandig, kurzer Einriss auf S. 203-04 [hinterlegt]). First edition with the commentary of Sebastian Münster and the first illustrated editions of Solinus' and Mela's geographical texts. The folding woodcut map of 'Asia maior' shows at the top right corner a north-west orientated coastline labelled 'Terra incognita'. It represents the earliest printed map of the north-west coast of America, Münster's text opposite of the map on page 150, refers to this coast. The other folding map depicts Greece wtih Asia Minor. A second print by Isingrin and Petri appeared in 1543, adorned with the same woodcuts present in this edition. - Ms. names and notes on title, short tear in the two folding maps (strenghtened, the Asia Minor with little loss of paper in fold), with ms. annotations by a contemporary humanis hand; inner margin waterstained, short tear in p. 203-204 (underlaid). (Vorgebunden:) Giolelmus de Tyrus. Belli Sacri historia, libris XXIIII comprehensa ... Hrsg. von Philibert Poyssenot. (Basel, Nicolaus Brylinger und Johannes Oporinus, 1549). (11) Bl. (statt 12), 170 S., S. 173-176, 179-574 S. (die beiden fehlenden Bl. mit den S. 171-172 und 177-178 von zeitgenössischer Hand ergänzt [die letzten 2 Bl. nur als Fragment vorhanden], Stempel auf Titel und Vorsätzen, Untere Ecke schwach wasserfleckig). VD 16 G 4084. - Adams W-176. - Erstausgabe der ersten beiden Kreuzzüge bis aufs Jahr 1184. - (The work bound before:) The text of the two lacking leaves (pp. 171-172 and 177-178) is added in a contemporary humanistic minuscule, last two leaves in fragements only; with ms. notes on title, dated 1726, with small stamps on title and fly-leaves, lower corners lightly waterstained. - Rebound old vellum (enlarged at edges to match the size of the book block).

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        De medica materia lib.VI, Marcell. Vergilio interpr. Quibus accessit praet. pharmacorum simplicium catalogum - Stirpium differentiae ex Dioscoride secundum locos opus admodum conducibile.

      Venedig 1538/37+1537 in officina divi Bernardini (= Bernardinus Stagninus) in 12mo (12 x 8 cm). Sammelbd: 1-spalt. Dr. (Index: 2-spalt.) m. Holzschn.-Init., Titelblatt jeweils m. ident. Dr.-Marke. Einschl. Tit. (zu I): (16), 432 Bl u. (zu II vorgeb.): 72 Bl.- Hbldbd des 19. Jh. mit led. Titel-Schild u. Inv.-Nr., beides auf dem Rücken aufgekl., Deckel m. Marmorpapier bezogen, vereinz. Anstreich. u. Marginalien, beim 1. opus von ff 355 bis 373 durchgehender gelber Fleck, dabei bei einigen Bl etwas Textverlust, im übrigen vereinz. fleckig bzw gebräunt, sonst wohlerhalten. - Zwei extrem seltene Miniatur-Bändchen (wovon IA nur 4 Biblioth. zitiert), wobei es sich bei dem größeren opus um die 'Arzneikunde' (beschr. etwa 600 Pflanzen u. fast 1000 Heilmittel) des berühmt. Pharmakol. des Altertums handelt, der als 'medicus anfangs dem Kriege folgte (Militärarzt), hernach sich aber auf d. Erforschung d. Kräuter legte'. Bereits 100 Jahre vor Galenos aus Pergamon schrieb er - in griech. Sprache - seine Erkenntn. nieder u. seit dem 6. Jh. sind lat. Übers. nachweisbar, die dann - immer wieder verbessert - bis ins 17.Jh. als Leitfaden für den mediz. u. pharmazeut. Unterricht herhielten. Bei d. vorlieg. Stagninus-Ausg. handelt es sich um den Nachdruck der lat. Übers. des Florent. Humanisten Marcellus Vergilius (um 1500, vgl. Jöcher IV 1532 u. Moreri VI 470) aus dessen EA Florenz 1518 bei Junta; beigefügt ist als Buch 6 die Beschreibung von Giften u. den dagegen anzuwendenden Mitteln. - Das vorgebundene kleine Werk sind des franz. Arztes B. Textors ergänzende Anmerk. (Komment.) zum 'Standartwerk Dioskorides'. Hier ist es der bibliographisch nicht nachweisb. Venediger Nachdr. der Pariser EA bei Simon Colines mit dem Autoren-Gruß an den Leser von den Iden Juno 1534 (vgl. Ph. Renouard. Colines. p 237). - Vorlieg. 'Dioscorides-Druck' wird - auch bei Re I 42 m. Abb. - nur zit. bei IA XII 229 Nr.154.319; sonst ist er überall unbekannt wie bei: Choulant pp 76 ff - Bayle-Thillaye I 60/61 - Hoffmann. Griechen (Leipzig 1838). I 509 ff - Brunet II 733 ff - Graesse II 402 ff - Adams I 358 u. II 267 - BSB-AK 10/178 u. Bd 50 p 468/69..

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        TES KAINES // DIATHEKES // a panta. // NOVI TESTAMENTI // OMNIA. (nur Teil I: Evangelia bis Acta Apostolorum).

      Venedig 1538 bei Joan. Ant. de Nicolinis de Sabio für Melchior Sessa in 12mo (10 x 7,5 cm). Einspalt. griech. Bibel in einer 'sauber-lesbaren' Miniaturtype, extrem selten. Hier nur 'Evangelia et Acta Apostolorum' (Bd. I von 2 Bden). Einschl. Titel u. 'Vorspann': (20) Bl (A8 B8 A1-4), 616/recte: 612 pp (A5-8 B-Z8 &8 AA-OO8 PP6, es fehlen die weißen Blätter PP7+8). Das Titelbl. (verso: weiß) ziert Sessa's Verl.-Marke 'Katze mit Maus' (nicht bei Kristeller, 1893, Tafel 116/17). Das Innere ist - unbenutzt - ledigl. vereinz. leicht fleckig u. schattig-angestaubt, d. letzten Blätter stärker; am Kopf teilweise etw. scharf beschnitten. Mod. hellbrauner Ldbd, Titel auf Rücken geprägt; alles wohlerhalten u. komplett. - Der Handschriften-Tradition gemäß startet der 'Vorspann' mit dem 'Angedenken/Erinnerung' (Hypomnima) des orthodox. Kirchenvaters Joh. Chrysostomos (um 354-407) an den Evangelisten Matthaeus (A2 bis B8), dem schließt sich Sophronios Vita (Bios) des Matthaeus an, gefolgt von seiner kurzen Inh.angabe (Hypothesis) des Evgl. nebst tabellar. Übersicht der Kapitel-Inhalte u. gekrönt v. der Poesie eines Quadrains. Der griech. Bibeltext hat als Vorlage Erasmus-EA- Text aus Basel 1516 (Stuttg. C 4) gem. der Venediger Aldinen von 1518 (Stuttg. C 5). - Dieses NT-graece - in der Stuttg. Bibelsamml. unbekannt - dürfte zu den Publikationen zählen, die 'Griechen für Griechen' (in Italien, auf dem Balkan u. im Vord. Orient - a l'usage des Grecs, vgl. Legrand aaO) fertigten u. vertrieben, so auch noch 150 Jahre später, wie der griech. Bibeldruck von Nikolaos Glykys (d. Ä. = N. Dulcis = 'Lieblich-Angenehm') Venedig 1687 (Stuttg. C 315 = DM II 2 p 617 Nr. 4716) beweist. - Der Sabio/Sessa-Druck ist von herausrag. Seltenheit. Dazu paar Fakten: Legrand aaO berichtet, daß beim Expl des BM (jetzt BL - 675.a.10.) "die letzten 2 ff fehlen" u. die BN in Paris ('A 451 Reserve') "nur Bd II besäße" (der fehlende Bd I ist ja hier!). - Fortsetzung:. Fortsetzung: Der Straßburger evgl. Theologe Eduard Reuss (1804- 1891, vgl. ADB 55, 579 ff - DBE 8, 257), 'größter protest. Theologe des Elsaß im 19. Jh.' u. größter Kenner u. Sammler griech. Bibel- Drucke, wovon dessen 'riesige' Bibelsammlung - heute in der Uni Straßburg - Zeugnis ablegt, begnügt sich - selbst kein eigenes Expl - mit dem II. Bd in der Pariser BN u. bemerkt (in Latein, hier sofort ins Deutsche übersetzt): "Es ist ein überaus elegantes und das allerseltenste Buch auf Erden, wovon ich in ganz Deutschland kein Expl auftreiben Konnte" (aaO); bei seinem Hinweis auf die Sussex- Bibel-Sammlung irrt er jedoch, da das vermeintliche 'integrum expl' wahrscheinlich ein 'aliud' ist: der Sussex-Catalog II 455 Nr. 14 spricht von einer diglott-Ausgabe 'graece et latine', die sonst nicht existiert. - Legrand (1885) II p 157/58 Nr. 237 - DM II 2 p 583 Note nach Nr. 4611 - BM (Bible 2 - 1937) XVII 1124 - Reuss p 29 Nr. 3 und das kpl. Expl in eigener Sammlung.

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        Biblia. // Breves in eadem an= // notationes, ex doctiss. // interpretationibus, et // hebraeorum com= //mentariis. // Interpretatio propriorum nominum // hebraicorum. 2 Teile in 1 vol.

      Venedig 1538 'in taberna libraria Divi Bernardini' (= bei Bernard Stagninus) in 8vo (16,5 x 11 cm).. Lt. Kolophon bleibt unklar, ob sich Bernard Stagninus als Drucker oder nur als Verl./Buchhändler ausgibt (in Venedig tätig von 1478 bis um 1537, vgl. Kristeller -1893- Taf. 120-123). Er dürfte aber das Erscheinen der Bibel nicht mehr erlebt haben. Es geht um einspalt. (Register: 2-spalt.) Bibeldr. mit umfangreich. Anm. u. Konkordanzen an beiden Seiten, 2 Titelblätter, jeweils mit einem großen Holzschnitt (Gottvater in der Wolke im Zuruf an den knieenden Josua im Kriegs- Ornat, Josua I 1-10 u. Christus als Licht der Welt) u. viele Holzschn.- Initialen). Die Kollation stellt sich - einschl. Titel u. Vorreden - wie folgt: (8) Bl (*8), 472 Bl (A-Z8 AA-ZZ8 AAA-NNN8), 215 (recte: 115) u. (45) Bl (Aa-Vv8). Vereinzelt ganz leicht fleckig, Vorsätze etwas angeschmutzt, Spiegel von alten 'Handschriften-Fetzen' gebildet. Zeitgenöss. brauner Ldbd auf 3 erhab. Bünden mit 2 Schließen (intakt, 1 davon fachmännisch restauriert), Deckel mit Streicheisen- Linien in symmetr. Anordnung, jeweils im Mittelfeld Blüten u. Blätter einrahmend, geziert. Alles in allem ein wohlerhalt., gut restauriertes u. dekoratives Expl, dazu ganz selten! - Unberechtigter Nachdruck - so wie die Vorlage ebenfalls auf dem Römischen Index (Reusch. Indices p 394 u. Reusch. Index I p 126 f, 161 f u. 266 f) - d. 2.Steph. -Folio-Bib. Paris 1532 (Stuttg. D 402) in schwer lesbar. Typographie (zu viele Abkürzungen). Desweiter. werden Anmerk., Konkordanzen, Indices u. die Hieron.-Beigaben (wie z. B. der 'Prologus Galeatus') nicht komplett wiedergegeben. Der Raubdruck bringt desweiteren nicht den Index VT et NT u. von der wichtigen 'Interpretatio Hebr., Chald. etc' bleiben die Worte in der Schreibweise der orient. Bibel- Sprachen (evtl. mangels Typenmaterials?) einfach ungedr. (weiße Stellen im Zeilenfluß). Grußworte etc werden unter Weglassung des Autoren-Namens (z. B. 'Rob. Stephanus') einfach anonym gebracht.. Hinzugefügt wird (über Stephanus hinaus) das 3. Buch der Makkabäer. Die Vermutung Masch's aaO, Stagninus habe die Boulle-Bibel Lyon 1537 (Stuttg. D 444) nachgedruckt, ist irrig. - Stuttg. D 462 - Copinger Nr. 264 - Masch II, III, 205/06 - Eßling I p 155 Nr. 152 - BLC 28, 351 - Ludwig Rosenthal 70/2754 (edition rare et importante - damals bereits 30 GM!). - Unbekannt bei: DM II 2 - Sussex - Baumgarten - Goeze - Knoch - Wernigerode - Caxton - Lüthi. - Von dieser Bibel erschien das NT auch separat; es ist diesseits ebenfalls ausführlich beschrieben u. bei ZVAB zum Verkauf gestellt, wobei dort - außer dem NT-Titel - auch der Gesamttitel vorliegender Bibel zur Abbildung kommt. Darauf wird aufmerksam gemacht.

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        Illustrium poetarum flores [...]

      Argentorati [Strasbourg] ex aedibus Wendelini Rehelii [...], 1538. 8vo. ff. [vii], cccxliv. Lacks preliminary leaf *8; woodcut printer’s device to final page; ownership inscription excised from the title, which has subsequently been laid down, and old marginal repair in the margin of leaf *2; there are a couple of old ink library stamps (marked ‘duplicate’, one on the pastedown and one on the verso of the title) and a marginal wormhole in the last few leaves of text. Later quarter calf, c. 1800, over green boards; fully gilt spine, slightly rubbed but sound. Book

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        Palladio dignissimo & antiquo scrittore della agricultura

      Bernardino de Viano de Lexona, Venise 1538 - Pleine reliure vénitienne de l'époque en veau brun, les plats entièrement décorés à froid de motifs et de cordages. Dos à deux nerfs orné, traces d'attaches. In-8 (158x10 mm) de 143-[9] feuillets (le feuillet 89 est manquant). Gardes renouvelées, traces d'usure au dos et sur les plats. Auteur et titre écrits au noir de fumée sur le premier plat Traduction italienne de Marino da Foligno. Ce traité de Palladius fit autorité pendant tout le Moyen-Âge. Rare dans sa reliure vénitienne d'époque. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Contemporary full brown calf binding. Spine in three compartments with raised bands. 8vo (158x10 mm), 143-[9] leaves (leaf 89 is missing). Binding a little rubbed, endpapers have been renewed Early Italian edition of Palladius' work on agriculture. Rare in its contemporary binding coming probably from Venice. In 8 252g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes 37 Vol. Set

      Thomson/West. Hardcover. Volumes 1,1.5,1A,1B,2,2A,2B (Articles 1 to 1287), 3 (Articles 1302 to 1538), 3A Parts 1 and 2 (Articles 1.01 to End), 7A,8,9A (Articles 2329 to 3703), 11,12,12A,12B (Articles 3713 to 4464), 14,14A,14B,14C(Not Pictured) (Articles 1.01 to End), 14D(Not Pictured),15,15A (Articles 5069 to 5421), 16B,17,17.5,17A,17B,17C (Articles 5765 to End), 18,19,19.5 Part 1,19.5 Part 2,19A (Articles 6259 to 7040), 22 and 23 (Articles 8.06 to End). Published 2005 with updates to 2009. Volumes not listed or pictured are not included. Heavy and/or oversized. No Expedited or International Shipping without additional postage. . Fine. 2009.

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        APOPHTHEGMATVM LIBRI OCTO

      Basileae: Per Hier. Frobenivm et Nic. Episcopivm, 1538. Hardcover. 178 x 114 mm (7 x 4 1/2"). 8 p.l., 864 pp., [28] leaves. Pleasing contemporary blindstamped Lyonnaise calf over wooden boards, expertly rebacked to style, covers framed with thick and thin rules and a decorative roll including a tulip, a sunburst, and a Janus face, raised bands, remnants of brass clasps, ENDLEAVES FROM A 12th CENTURY MANUSCRIPT (once serving as pastedowns, now raised up). Printer's device on title and last page. Early ink inscriptions on title; signature of Jacobus Lorfeus[?] on last page. VD 16 E 2038. For the binding: Gid, "Reliures Francaises," I, 365 and II, plate 45, CHf9. Light rubbing to extremities, vague stains and scratches to boards, isolated rust spots and marginal smudges, other trivial imperfections, but a very pleasing copy, the text clean, crisp, and bright, and the carefully restored binding scarcely worn and generally well preserved. First published in 1531, Erasmus' "Apophthegms" culls wise adages from Greek and Roman sages and statesmen, all given in Latin. He begins with a lengthy series of laconic sayings of the Spartans, followed by Greek philosophers, with the Cynic Diogenes (suitably for the taste of the author of "In Praise of Folly") taking up more space than Socrates. Among statesmen, Pericles, Alexander, Cicero, Pompey, and Julius Caesar all find a place, as well as Cato the Elder, Tiberius, and even a handful of Persian kings. The quotes are introduced with historical settings, and Erasmus' performance certainly illustrates the breadth of his learning. According to Gid, our binding was produced by a Lyon atelier. The distinctive roll used to stamp the binding appears identical to that used on the covers of a 1522 printing of Trapezuntius' "Rhetoricum Libri" published, like our Erasmus, in Basel. Gid locates similarly decorated bindings in the municipal libraries of Lyon, Saint-Dié, and Troyes, and in the Arsenal and Sainte-Geneviève libraries in Paris. The pastedowns here are from the second half of the 12th century, perhaps ca. 1160-80, and are probably French; the text is from a Breviary, containing parts of the offices for Good Friday and Holy Saturday. These endleaves and related features of the physical structure of our volume make it a very good tool for the visual exposition of 16th century binding technology: because the manuscript fragments have lifted, the wooden boards in front and back are now exposed, and we can see the horizontal channels (each about 20 mm. long) containing the ends of the rawhide cords upon which the book's signatures have been sewn.

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        Sermoni agli eremiti del divo Aurelio Agostino Hipponense ... Nuovamente stampati. Et ... espurgati

      Venice: [colophon: Domenego Zio e fradelli], 1538. 8vo (15.3 cm, 6"). [160] ff. Attributed to St. Augustine but now relegated to the "spurious, doubtful" category of his works, these sermons enjoyed a wide audience within the Church for centuries. This is an early Italian edition of the famous text first published in Latin in 1477, here printed in roman type, double-column format, with many woodcut initials in various styles (historiated, floriated, criblé, black on white and reverse) and sizes. The title-page features a woodcut device of three fleurs-des-lis; and the printer's device of a circle with a double cross and the initials D.Z.V.F. appears below the colophon, which is dated 1537. A Doctor of the Church, St. Augustine (354–430) "dominates the Christian tradition of the West, of which he may be considered the founder" (NCE). Binding: 19th-century paneled calf rather elaborately bordered with multiple rules and rolls in blind, with a flower tool at the inner corners of the border on each board; gilt turn-ins and all edges gilt. Provenance: Early ink ownership signature of M. Bains(?) and pen marks on title-page. WorldCat finds no copies in the U.S. of this edition, which is => not in NUC Pre-1956. COPAC locates only the British Library copy. Index Aurel. 110.240; Edit16 CNCE 25866; NCE, I, pp. 1041–58. This ed. not in Adams. Bound as above, recently rebacked with title and date gilt on spine, new endpapers. Light age-toning throughout, turning moderate on last few leaves.

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        LIBRO NEL QUAL SI TRATTA DEL PARTO DE L' HUOMO E DE TUTTE QUELLE COSE CHE CERCA (!) ESSO PARTO ACCADENO...

      Giovanni Andrea Vavassore detto Guadagnino. 1538 ...E DELLE INFERMITÀ CHE PONO ACCADERE A I FANCIULLI CO' TUTTI I SUOI RIMEDII POSTI PARTICOLARMENTE CO' GRAN DILIGENZA DI LATINO NELLA VOLGAR LINGUA TRADOTTO, E STAMPATO. (COLOPHON:). IN- 8°, PIENA PELLE COEVA CON IMPRESSIONI A SECCO SUI PIANI. (64) FF. FRONTESPIZIO STAMPATO IN ROSSO E NERO CON UNA GRANDE SILOGRAFIA CENTRALE RAFFIGURANTE UNA SCENA DI PARTO; IL TESTO É ILLUSTRATO DA 20 FIGURE INCISE IN LEGNO CHE ILLUSTRANO LE DIVERSE POSIZIONI DEL FETO NELL' UTERO, DUE GEMELLI, UN NEONATO MOSTRUOSO CON DUE TESTE, UNA SEDIA PER OSTETRICIA, ECC. BELL' ESEMPLARE DI QUESTO PICCOLO MANUALE PER LEVATRICI CHE È ASSOLUTAMENTE INTROVABILE IN BUONO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE. PRIMA ED UNICA EDIZIONE ITALIANA DEL FAMOSO ROSENGARTEN BASATA SULL' EDIZIONE IN LATINO DEL 1536 PUBBLICATA DA BERNARDINO BINDONI. QUANTUNQUE QUESTO CELEBRATO LIBRETTO SIA DI GRANDE RARITÀ IN OGNI EDIZIONE, QUESTA TRADUZIONE IN VOLGARE È IRREPERIBILE. ESSA NON È REGISTRATA NELLE PRINCIPALI BIBLIOGRAFIE SPECIALIZZATE E MANCA ALLE MAGGIORI BIBLIOTECHE MEDICHE, COMPRESE LA NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE, BETHESDA, LA WELLCOME HISTORICAL MEDICAL LIBRARY E LA HELLMAN COLLECTION OF EARLY OBSTETRICAL BOOKS. UNA COPIA ESISTE NELLA LIBRARY OF CONGRESS ED UNA SECONDA NELLA BIBLIOTHECA WALLERIANA. QUEST' IMPORTANTE TRATTARELLO DI OSTETRICIA EBBE UN' ENORME INFLUENZA NELLE PRATICHE DELLE LEVATRICI E DEI CHIRURGHI DEL SUO TEMPO. IL GRAN NUMERO DI RISTAMPE DELL' EDIZIONE TEDESCA CHIAMATO ROSENGARTEN, PUBBLICATA PER LA PRIMA VOLTA NEL 1513, E IL PRODIGIOSO NUMERO DI TRADUZIONI IN PARECCHIE LINGUE SOTTO DIVERSI TITOLI TESTIMONIANO IL SUCCESSO E LA POPOLARITÀ DI UN TESTO COMPRENSIBILE ANCHE A COLORO CHE NON CONOSCEVANO IL LATINO. PER QUASI DUE SECOLI ESSO SERVÌ COME MANUALE PRATICO DI OSTETRICIA IN TUTTA EUROPA. EUCHARIUS ROSSLIN FU MEDICO INSIGNE NELLE CITTÀ DI WORMS E FRANCOFORTE. "THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ROSENGARTEN IS NOT DUE TO ITS BEING THE FIRST PRINTED OBSTETRICAL WORK, BUT RATHER TO THE FACT THAT ITS TEXT AND ILLUSTRATIONS RESUMED A TRADITION, BROKEN FOR ALMOST FIFTEEN HUNDRED YEARS... ROSSLIN ESTABLISHED THE NECESSITY FOR THOROUGH INSTRUCTION OF MIDWIVES. IN HIS VERSIFIED PREFACE HE CENSURED THE WRETCHED CONDITION OF THE CURRENT OBSTETRICS, AND THE IGNORANCE, CARELESSNESS, AND SUPERSTITION OF THE MIDWIVES, WHO BROUGHT ABOUT UNNECESSARY DEATS OF NUMBERLESS NEWBORN. THE INFANT MORTALITY BLUNTLY LABELLED MURDER, FOR WHICH THE GUILTY ONES DESERVED TO BE BURIED ALIVE, OR BROKEN ON THE WHEEL, INSTAED OF BEING ALLOWED TO RECEIVE AN HONORARIUM FOR SERVICES RENDERED. IN HIS BOOK, WHICH HE WROTE AT THE ORDER OF THE DUCHES KATHERINE OF BRUNSWICH, HE ATTEMPTED TO ELIMINATE, OR AT LEAST MITIGATE, THESE EVILS..." (HELLMAN, EARLY OBSTETRICAL BOOKS, PP. 1-6). HIRSCH, BIOGRAPHISHES LEXICON DER HERVORRAGENDEN AERZTE, IV, PP. 851-52. SALLANDER, BIBLIOTHECA WALLERIANA, 8123. GARRISON & MORTON, MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, 6138 (1513 ED.). GROLIER CLUB, ONE HUNDRED BOOKS FAMOUS IN MEDICINE, 13 (1513 ED.). THOMS & KELLY, CLASSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, PP. 49-53. FASBENDER, GESHICHTE DER GEBURTSHULFE, PP. 115-21. SIÉBOLD, HISTOIRE DE L' OBSTETRICIE, II, PP. 3-30. CUTTER & WIETS, A SHORT HISTORY OF MIDWIFERY, PP. 6, 178. CIANFRANI, A SHORT HISTORY OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, PP. 135-37. STILL, HISTORY OF PAEDIATRICS, PP. 94-100. IL PRIMO LIBRO DI OSTETRICIA PUBBLICATO IN ITALIANO.

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        Commentarius Explicationis, primi libri Iliados Homeri...Eiusdem Libris Primi Iliados conuersio in Latinos uersus, eodem Autore. His Graeca Etiam Adiecta sunt... (Bound with): Commentarii Explicationum Secundi libri Homericae Iliados

      1538. First. hardcover. very good. Two volumes in one. 2 title vignettes and frontispiece, all 3 with the same illustration; engraved initials. 8vo, old calf, handsomely rebacked with modern calf, leather label; (edges of corners worn, otherwise very good). (Strassburg): Cratonis Mylii, 1538, 1540. First Edition. He (Camerarius) translated into Latin Herodotous, Demosthenes, Xenophon, Homer, Theocritus, Sophocles...and other Greek writers. He published upwards of 150 works...He played an important part in the Reformation movement, and his advice was frequently sought by leading men." Encyclopaedia Britannica V, p. 107. STC of Books Printed in the German-Speaking Countries...now in the British Museum, p. 413.

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        De anima et vita libri tres

      Basel: Robert Winter, 1538 Book. Fine. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (194x138 mm). [8], 264 pp. Printer's device on last leaf. 19th-c full leather with blindstamped supralibros (the Flemish lion) on both boards, spine with 4 raised bands. Endpapers renewed, title with old cancel stamp, neat ink annotations and markings in old hand, small dampstain spot to foremargin of most pages. A good clean copy. ---- Adams V-939; Garrison-Morton 4963.2; BM/STC German p. 898; Norman 2159 (also w/o index); Zilboorg & Henry, pp. 180-195. - THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF VIVES'S MOST IMPORTANT PSYCHOLOGICAL WORK. This copy is without the index at end: approximately half of the known copies are without the index, suggesting that some copies of this work may have been sold before it was completed. A friend of Erasmus and Thomas More, Vives has been called "the father of modern empirical psychology..." (Zilboorg & Henry). "Vives anticipated Bacon and Descartes in devoloping an empirical psychology in which the mind was to be studied both through introspection and observation of others. From his exhaustive analysis of memory he developed a theory of association of ideas, which recognized the emotional origin of certain associations, as well as the link between associations, emotions and memory. He was also the first to describe the physiological effects of fear" (Garrison-Morton). Vives maintained that the essence of the human mind was indescribable but could be known through the mind's actions..

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        DE AGRICULTURA, omnibusque plantarum, & animalium generibus, libri XII. in quibus nihil non experientia comprobatum, causaque & vires rerum ita explicatae, ut confidamus non solum oeconomiae studioso,

      Basileae: Per Henricum Petrum, 1538, [mense Augusto anno M. D. XXXVIII]. & medico, verumetiam philosopho aliquid hinc accessurum. Autore optimo agricola & philosopho Petro Crescentiensi. Qui haec senator Bononiae, multis legationibus functus, rogatu regis Siciliae Caroli, ante AN. CXX literis mandauit. Nunc autem tandem castigata ad exemplaria, autoris tempore scripta. Early Swiss edition 1538, dated from colophon, Latin text, small 4to, approximately 195 x 135 mm, 7¾x 5½ inches, publisher's pictorial device on title page and verso of final page (anvil, hammer, flames fanned by wind), pictorial initials, pages: [40], 564 [i.e. 574], [2], collation: a-e4, A-Z4, 2a-2z4, Aa-Zz4, AA-CC4 (e4 is a blank leaf, CC4r is blank). Bound in contemporary blind panelled calf, decorative blind borders to covers with central floral decorated lozenge, rebacked by amateur, raised bands, no lettering or label, all edges red, original endpapers. Covers slightly worn, spine slightly crinkled upper cover slightly rubbed, tiny surface tear on upper cover, hinges very neatly repaired, tiny strip of leather missing at tail of spine, corners slightly worn with cardboard showing at tips, front pastedown slightly chipped, armorial bookplate of the Harcourt family on the pastedown, ink stamp of college library on front endpaper, no other library signs, a couple of old numbers on reverse, 1 small pale ink smudge and a small faint water stain in lower margin of title page, lower outer corners from b-d3 very slightly eroded, 4 top corners slightly creased, otherwise contents remarkably clean and undamaged, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce famous book on farming. Pietro de' Crescenzi (circa 1230/35-circa 1320) was an Italian jurist from Bologna, now known as a writer on agriculture. Educated at the University of Bologna in logic, medicine, the natural sciences and law, Crescenzi practised as a lawyer and judge from about 1269 until 1299. After retiring to his villa, the Villa Olmo outside the walls of Bologna, he wrote this agricultural treatise based largely on classical and medieval sources, as well as his own experience as a landowner. After circulating in numerous manuscript copies, Crescenzi's treatise became the first printed modern text on agriculture when it was published in Augsburg by Johann Schüssler in 1471. A very popular work, some 57 editions in Latin, Italian, French, and German appeared during the following century. (Wikipedia). The author deals with all aspects of agriculture and farming including arboriculture for food and medicine, horticulture for the same, animal husbandry and bee keeping, hunting with dogs and hawks, fishing and fishponds, siting and layout of a manor, botanical properties of plants, monthly tasks, vines and wine making. Aslin, Catalogue of Printed Books on Agriculture 1471-1840, pages 315-317, listing amongst others, a Basle edition of 1548; Wellcome Library, Volume I, page 86; MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        [Von der Widergeburt und Herkummen eines Christen Menschens.] Von der Widergeburt vnd Herkummen eines Christen Menschens. Gründtliche außlegung des spruchs Christi/ Johannis am dritten Cap. Was auch das für ein wasser sey/ darauß die kinder Gottes (von oben herab) geboren werden / V. C. S. [d. i. Valentin Crautwald oder Kaspar von Schwenckfeldt]

      Augsburg, Ulhart 1538. 21 cm. (48, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten Neuer Buntpapier-Umschlag - BBKL 16, 336ff (vgl.) - Kuczynski 531 - VD16 C 5741 - Variante der ersten und einzigen Ausgabe, wird auch Caspar Schwenckfeld zugeschrieben. Crautwald (auch Krautwald bzw. Cratoaldus, 1465 - 1545), als "Schwenckfelds Melanchthon" bekannt, verwirft die Praxis der Säuglingstaufe als unbiblisch und propagiert die Geisttaufe als innere Wandlung des Menschen (BBKL). Titel und Blattränder fingerfleckig bzw. Feuchtigkeitsränder -

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        MAR. TUL. CICERONIS ACTIONUM IN VERREM LIBRI SEPTEM, additis argumentis Asconii, & partitionibus Bart. Latomi, in singulas actiones

      Parisiis, apud Fran. Gryphium, 1538.. Latin text, 1538. 8vo, 220 x 165 mm, 8¾ x 6½ inches, title page plus 152 leaves numbered on the rectos only (making a total of 304 pages), full old calf, spine rebacked and old spine laid down, 2 labels with gilt lettering and gilt decoration between raised bands to spine, the top label is recent, worn gilt rules to edges of covers, marbled endpapers. Binding rubbed and scuffed, corners worn, inner paper hinges strengthened with similar matching marbled paper, book-plate to first pastedown, the first 5 pages including title page have inner and outer margins expertly repaired, with no loss of text, the title page is browned and also affected with light old ink stains which show through from the verso and partly obscure 1 corner of the printer's device, all text still legible on verso, the following page has some very light old ink scribble mainly to blank area, all text legible, the 3rd page has a repaired tear that runs into the text affecting a few letters and the text has slightly dropped making a few words a little difficult to read, pages 16 and 17 have modern repair to inner margins and part of lower margin, page 16 has a small closed tear and tiny hole with loss of 3 letters, pages 61 and 68 also have margins repaired with no loss of text, some light age-browning throughout, heavier to a few pages, occasional spotting to margins, 2 tiny worm holes go through most of the book with some loss of letters but the text can still be easily understood, mostly they affect the blank space between the lines of text, on 12 pages they have joined to form a tiny track. This is a partially repaired copy of an early edition of this rare book. VERRES had been a follower of Sulla, and during the proscriptions had amassed some property. Afterwards he held official positions in Greece and Asia, where he became notorious for his greediness and cruelty. With the money thus acquired, he had bought his election to the praetorship, became Senator, and was sent by his colleagues to govern Sicily. His government there may have been no worse than that of many other proconsuls in the different provinces, but we have a fuller account of it owing to the prosecution of Cicero, whose speeches against Verres are preserved. Verres was Governor of Sicily for three years. In his official position, he was judge of all civil and criminal cases. Every suit brought before him he gave to the party that could pay him best. Property was confiscated on false charges, and works of art of great value were stolen. By such a course Verres collected, it is said, property to the value of $4,000,000. Two thirds of this he expected to spend in silencing accusations. The rest he hoped to enjoy in peace. Not found in H. M. Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 in Cambridge Libraries, nor in the Bibliotheque Nationale or the Italian Libraries (ICCU). Oxford and Manchester have copies and the British Library has a revised edition of 1544. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        HISTORIARUM VETERIS INSTRUMENTI ICONES AD VIVUM EXPRESSAE

      Lyons: M. and G. Trechsel [for J. and F. Frellon], 1538. First Edition. Hardcover. Stamp removed from title verso, G4 and H1 reversed in binding, light soiling. Near Fine and very scarce. Hans Holbein. Small quarto (5" x 6-1/2") bound in 19th-century English diced russia leather, tooled in blind, marbled endpapers and edges; 94 pages + colophon with blank verso. Housed in a modern green cloth slipcase. Illustrated with Treschel device on the title page and 92 woodcuts by Hans L¸tzelberger and others after Holbein. FIRST EDITION, FIRST ISSUE (with Judith rather than Job depicted on I2) of Holbein's influential illustrations for the Old Testament. With this publication "Bible illustration at Lyons changed significantly" (Mortimer). The set was re-used in Bibles by the same publishers and copied widely at Paris, Zurich, Antwerp, and elsewhere. The first four smaller blocks are from Holbein's Dance of Death series, published the same year; the remaining blocks are of Old Testament subjects. Holbein showed supreme skill at placing grand spiritual narrative within a compact domestic setting, thereby challenging the popularity of classical themes. The preface by FranÁois Frellon on the title page verso urges the reader to reject the images of goddesses such as Venus and Diana in favor of the "sacrosanctas Icones." Brunet III, 252: "Ces planches en bois ... ont ÈtÈ gravÈes avec beaucoup de dÈlicatesse, d'aprËs des dessins, en tout ou en partie de la main de Hans Holbein: les exemplaires en sont fort rares"; Graesse, page 317; Mortimer, FRENCH SIXTEENTH CENTURY BOOKS, 276. Provenance: Otto Schaefer (monogram stamp at end; sale, Sotheby's NY, 1 November 1995, lot 114).

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        Notariat unnd Teutsche Rhetoric, Wes einem ieden Notarien, Redner oder Schreiber, aller seiner Practic, Handlung und Commission, in allen Sachen, Contracten, und Verbrieffungen zuwissen, zu betrachten, zuversehen unnd fürzunemen sei. Mit Erklerung aller derselbigen Art vn Eygenschafften, Auch jeder Contracten vnd Instrument angehenckten Rechtlichen Cautelen, Doctrinen, Instructionn, bestendigsten Formulen vnd Exempelns [et]c. Drr Offnen Notarien Ordnung ... Die Eydt vnd Jurament der Richter ... Die Freischoffen vnd Heymlich gericht zu Westphalen betreffend Reformation Künig Maximilians

      Frankfurt, Egenolff 1538.. Mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. 4 unnum. Bll., CXLIX num. Bll. - VORGEBUNDEN: (Fichard, Johannes): Artis Notariatus, hoc est, de officio exercitio tabellionum tomi duo; quorum prior theoreticum omnem expl., alter ipsam praxim tradit, ex omnis generis praescriptis formulis docet. Uterque eo ordine quem sequens paginae facies indicat. Frankfurt am Main, Chr. Egenolphum Hadamarium, Mense Sept. 1539. 8 unnum. Bl., 89 num. Bl., 1 w. Bl., 104 num. Bl. Blindgeprägter Lederband d. Zt. (datiert 1544 mit Initialen L B), oberes Rückenende mit altem Papier-Rückenschild "Notarius". I. VD16 N 1870; Harms, Bibliographie zur Geschichte des deutschen Notariats 873. - Erste Ausgabe des frühen Notariatsbuches in deutscher Sprache. - II. VD16 A 3854; Stintzing I, 595 (dort noch Petrajus vitae Fichardi zitiert); Harms, Bibliographie zur Geschichte des deutschen Notariats 323. - Frühe Ausgabe des lateinischen Rhetorik- und Formularbuches für Notare. Mit Beiträgen aus den Rechtsverordnungen Justinians und Kaiser Maximilians. Anonym herausgegeben von Johannes Fichard (1512-1581), dem Frankfurter Rechtskonsulenten und späteren Verfassers der Solms-Mintzenbergischen Gerichts- und Landordnung (1571) und Erneuerer des Frankfurter Stadtrechtes (vgl. ADB VI, 757ff.). - Zeitgen. Besitzeintrag eines Straubinger Notars auf dem Titel des vorgeb. Werkes. - Etwas bestoßen und beschabt, insgesamt sehr gutes Exemplar des Sammelbandes mit zwei für die Geschichte des deutschen Notariats höchst wichtigen Werken!

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        De bello turcis inferendo, Oratio. Eiusdem argumenti, Othonis Brunfelsii ad Christianos Principes Oratio. Iacobi Fontani de Rhodi expugnatione Epistola. Petri Nannii Alcmariani Declamatio. Lodovici Vivis de vita Christianorum sub Turca Opusculum.

      per Thomam Platterum 1538 Pp. 247 (1). Preceduto da: SADOLETO J. De liberis recte instituendis, Liber. Venetijs, Io. Ant. et fratres de Sabio, 1533. Cc. 52. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio. Unito a: SADOLETO J. Interpretatio in Psalmum, Miserere mei deus, S.M.M.T. Senza note tip. (ma Verona, Stefano Nicolini da Sabbio e fratelli), 1532. Cc. (32). Tre opere in un volume di cm. 15,5, legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con punte, dorso con fregi e titoli a secco. La seconda opera (De liberis) con un alone chiaro alle carte ed un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al frontespizio. Esemplare peraltro piuttosto marginoso e ben conservato. Rara miscellanea di tra opere dell'ecclesiastico Sadoleto (Modena 1477 - Roma 1547). Fra queste spicca il testo: De bello Turcis.... Si tratta infatti dell'edizione originale in raccolta di una interessante serie di scritti di alcuni umanisti rinascimentali sulla guerra contro i Turchi. Particolarmente interessante risulta il trattato del Vives in cui si mettono in guardia le nazioni cristiane dal pericolo dell'egemonia ottomana e fa appello ai principi della cristianità affinchè si richiamino ai valori dell'unità e della pace universale. Lorenzo Riber così si esprime al proposito: "Era enorme y alucinante la atraccion que el Turco ejecia sobre las mentes debiles del momento y hacia allà tendian como à un paraiso que cada cual se fingia y tenia con los colores de su propio deseo. Para salir a camino y cortar estas ilusiones escribio Vives este opuscolo".

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        Plutarchi Chaeronei graecorum romanorumque illustrium vitae post omnium hucusquae impressiones diligentissima castogatione restitutae

      Victor Rabanis et Socii 1538 In folio, cc. (20) + 357. Insegna tip. al f. (sirena a doppia coda). Piccole manc. al  f. e tarletto al marg. sup per circa metà vol. P. pg. coeva cona manc. al piatto ant. e al d. Bella edizione di questo Plutarco. Molti i commentatori . Tra questi: L. Aretino, Guarino Veronese, A. Becaria, Lapo Fiorentino ecc. Graesse, V, 361.  ITA

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        Due Cavalieri

      Bulino, 1538, datato e monogrammato in lastra in alto a destra. Magnifica prova, particolarmente contrastata, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, irregolarmente rifilata al rame, leggero arrossamento della carta, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Engraving, 1538, signed and dated at upper right. A fine impression on contemporary paper, irregularely trimmed to the platemark, some foxing, otherwise in good condition. Hollstein 161; Bartsch 161 80 115

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        Iustini Ex Trogi Pompeii Historiis Externis Libri XXXXIIII. His accessit ex Sexto Aurelio Victore de vita et moribus Romanorum Imperatorum Epitome. Omnia quam diligentissime ex variorum exemplarium collatione castigata

      apud Seb. Gryphium 1538 in 8°, pp. 350, 46 nn. di indici, 2 b.; leg. cinquecentesca in p/pelle bruna, ds. a nervi (rifatto) con tit. in oro su tass. rosso, gradi cornici a secco con fregi floreali impresse ai piatti, sguardie rifatte, vignetta del Grifio al front. ed altra diversa all'ultima c., alcuni capil. figurati. Alcune antiche annotaz., sottolineature e tracce d'uso ma buon esemplare. 467/24

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        LIBRO NEL QUAL SI TRATTA DEL PARTO DE L' HUOMO E DE TUTTE QUELLE COSE CHE CERCA (!) ESSO PARTO ACCADENO...

      Giovanni Andrea Vavassore detto Guadagnino. 1538 ...E DELLE INFERMITÀ CHE PONO ACCADERE A I FANCIULLI CO' TUTTI I SUOI RIMEDII POSTI PARTICOLARMENTE CO' GRAN DILIGENZA DI LATINO NELLA VOLGAR LINGUA TRADOTTO, E STAMPATO. (COLOPHON:). IN- 8°, PIENA PELLE COEVA CON IMPRESSIONI A SECCO SUI PIANI. (64) FF. FRONTESPIZIO STAMPATO IN ROSSO E NERO CON UNA GRANDE SILOGRAFIA CENTRALE RAFFIGURANTE UNA SCENA DI PARTO; IL TESTO É ILLUSTRATO DA 20 FIGURE INCISE IN LEGNO CHE ILLUSTRANO LE DIVERSE POSIZIONI DEL FETO NELL' UTERO, DUE GEMELLI, UN NEONATO MOSTRUOSO CON DUE TESTE, UNA SEDIA PER OSTETRICIA, ECC. BELL' ESEMPLARE DI QUESTO PICCOLO MANUALE PER LEVATRICI CHE È ASSOLUTAMENTE INTROVABILE IN BUONO STATO DI CONSERVAZIONE. PRIMA ED UNICA EDIZIONE ITALIANA DEL FAMOSO ROSENGARTEN BASATA SULL' EDIZIONE IN LATINO DEL 1536 PUBBLICATA DA BERNARDINO BINDONI. QUANTUNQUE QUESTO CELEBRATO LIBRETTO SIA DI GRANDE RARITÀ IN OGNI EDIZIONE, QUESTA TRADUZIONE IN VOLGARE È IRREPERIBILE. ESSA NON È REGISTRATA NELLE PRINCIPALI BIBLIOGRAFIE SPECIALIZZATE E MANCA ALLE MAGGIORI BIBLIOTECHE MEDICHE, COMPRESE LA NATIONAL LIBRARY OF MEDICINE, BETHESDA, LA WELLCOME HISTORICAL MEDICAL LIBRARY E LA HELLMAN COLLECTION OF EARLY OBSTETRICAL BOOKS. UNA COPIA ESISTE NELLA LIBRARY OF CONGRESS ED UNA SECONDA NELLA BIBLIOTHECA WALLERIANA. QUEST' IMPORTANTE TRATTARELLO DI OSTETRICIA EBBE UN' ENORME INFLUENZA NELLE PRATICHE DELLE LEVATRICI E DEI CHIRURGHI DEL SUO TEMPO. IL GRAN NUMERO DI RISTAMPE DELL' EDIZIONE TEDESCA CHIAMATO ROSENGARTEN, PUBBLICATA PER LA PRIMA VOLTA NEL 1513, E IL PRODIGIOSO NUMERO DI TRADUZIONI IN PARECCHIE LINGUE SOTTO DIVERSI TITOLI TESTIMONIANO IL SUCCESSO E LA POPOLARITÀ DI UN TESTO COMPRENSIBILE ANCHE A COLORO CHE NON CONOSCEVANO IL LATINO. PER QUASI DUE SECOLI ESSO SERVÌ COME MANUALE PRATICO DI OSTETRICIA IN TUTTA EUROPA. EUCHARIUS ROSSLIN FU MEDICO INSIGNE NELLE CITTÀ DI WORMS E FRANCOFORTE. "THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE ROSENGARTEN IS NOT DUE TO ITS BEING THE FIRST PRINTED OBSTETRICAL WORK, BUT RATHER TO THE FACT THAT ITS TEXT AND ILLUSTRATIONS RESUMED A TRADITION, BROKEN FOR ALMOST FIFTEEN HUNDRED YEARS... ROSSLIN ESTABLISHED THE NECESSITY FOR THOROUGH INSTRUCTION OF MIDWIVES. IN HIS VERSIFIED PREFACE HE CENSURED THE WRETCHED CONDITION OF THE CURRENT OBSTETRICS, AND THE IGNORANCE, CARELESSNESS, AND SUPERSTITION OF THE MIDWIVES, WHO BROUGHT ABOUT UNNECESSARY DEATS OF NUMBERLESS NEWBORN. THE INFANT MORTALITY BLUNTLY LABELLED MURDER, FOR WHICH THE GUILTY ONES DESERVED TO BE BURIED ALIVE, OR BROKEN ON THE WHEEL, INSTAED OF BEING ALLOWED TO RECEIVE AN HONORARIUM FOR SERVICES RENDERED. IN HIS BOOK, WHICH HE WROTE AT THE ORDER OF THE DUCHES KATHERINE OF BRUNSWICH, HE ATTEMPTED TO ELIMINATE, OR AT LEAST MITIGATE, THESE EVILS..." (HELLMAN, EARLY OBSTETRICAL BOOKS, PP. 1-6). HIRSCH, BIOGRAPHISHES LEXICON DER HERVORRAGENDEN AERZTE, IV, PP. 851-52. SALLANDER, BIBLIOTHECA WALLERIANA, 8123. GARRISON & MORTON, MEDICAL BIBLIOGRAPHY, 6138 (1513 ED.). GROLIER CLUB, ONE HUNDRED BOOKS FAMOUS IN MEDICINE, 13 (1513 ED.). THOMS & KELLY, CLASSICAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, PP. 49-53. FASBENDER, GESHICHTE DER GEBURTSHULFE, PP. 115-21. SIÉBOLD, HISTOIRE DE L' OBSTETRICIE, II, PP. 3-30. CUTTER & WIETS, A SHORT HISTORY OF MIDWIFERY, PP. 6, 178. CIANFRANI, A SHORT HISTORY OF OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY, PP. 135-37. STILL, HISTORY OF PAEDIATRICS, PP. 94-100. IL PRIMO LIBRO DI OSTETRICIA PUBBLICATO IN ITALIANO. www.libreriabrighenti.it

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        Delle guerre civili de' romani tradotto da m. alessandro braccio secretario fiorentino ricorretto et nuovamente con somma diligentia impresso. in vinegia, nelle case di pietro nicolini da sabio, 1538 il mese d'prile.

      Cm. 15,5, cc. 287 + 1 c. bianca. Frontespizio inquadrato entro ricca cornice tipografica. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Macchiette al frontespizio e qualche segno d'uso, ma esemplare complessivamente genuino e ben conservato. Pregevole e non comune edizione. Cfr. Renouard (Annales de l'imprimerie des Alde) p. 116-117.

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        De tuenda valetudine secunda, libri sex

      Basileae: Per Balthasarem Lasium 1538 (in fine 1539). [Greco-Medicina-Manoscritto] (cm.16,5) ottima mezza pergamena manoscritta fine sec. XVII, ben restaurata.-- pp. 411 + 1p. bianca + 1 carta con colophon e marca tipografica. Caratteri greci elegantissimi. Capilettera figurati e fregio in xilografia. Prima edizione in greco, per B. Lasium di questa celebre opera alla quale hanno ampiamente attinto tutti i successivi trattati sul modo di conservare la salute. Contiene molteplici argomenti di vario genere, dalla dietetica all' enologia ecc. Edizione molto rara, manca ad Adams, Dawson, Garrison-Morton, Choix e Walleriana. L' esemplare contiene molte note manoscritte coeve, in greco e latino ai margini con chiara grafia, che riteniamo essere di grande interesse data l' estensione e il rigore della notazione. Alcune lievi ombreggiature ma ottimo esemplare marginoso. Il nome del tipografo è cancellato per censura all' inizio e in fine, con relativo vecchio restauro. * Federici "Scrittori Greci" 279; * Durling 1925; * Wellcome 2610; * Bm. Stc. German 329; * Graesse III 7.[f55] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1538.

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        C. Iulii Caesaris Commentarii, Scholiis, et annotationibus Henrici Glareani illustrati ... [Part I]. / In C. Iulii Caesaris clarissimi rom. imperatoris commentarios de bello gallico ac ciuili Henrici Glareani poetae laureati annotationes [Part II]

      Venetiis (Venice): in aedibus Bartholomaei de Zanettis : sumptibus Ioannis ab Ecclesiae., 1538 (2ff) - (58p) - 511 pages - (65p) - xc (but lxxxviii) - (1ff). COMPLETE. - 2 PARTS IN ONE VOLUME, both parts with woodcut printer's device to final leaves, woodcut portrait on title, double-page woodcut maps of Iberian Peninsula and of Gaul in the text, 5 full page woodcuts in the text, a few other woodcuts. Full leather binding, gilted title on spine. Modern binding in perfect condition. A very light waterstain on a few pages, otherwise inside pages are in very good condition, clean and tight. Photos available upon request. VERY RARE.

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        LA ENEIDE... TRADOTTA IN TERZA RIMA PER M. GIOVANPAULO VASIO.

      In-16 p. (mm. 150 x 100), p. pergam. antica, tagli rossi, cc.nn. 272 (di cui l'ultima è b.); frontesp. figur. con l'immagine di un toro entro una corona d'alloro e le iniziali ?M S?.; ornato da grandi capilett. su fondo "criblé". Al fine la Vita di Virgilio scritta dal Vasio. Cfr. Mambelli,755: "Come è noto, il Vasio che curò la stampa della traduzione del Cambiatore nel 1532 ha rifuso completamente la versione anzidetta pubblicando una nuova traduzione con il suo nome" - Adams,II, p. 320 - The British Library, p. 731 - Essling,66 e Sander,7646 citano l'ediz. del 1532. Leggerm. corto del marg. sup., antichi restauri per piccoliss. fori di tarlo al marg. b. inf. di 7 cc.; solo qualche lieviss. arross. altrim. ben conservato.

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        IL DECAMERONE. Nuovamente stampato et ricorretto per Antonio Brucioli. Con la dichiaratione di tutti i Vocaboli, Detti, Proverbij, Figure et modi di dire incogniti et difficili, che sono in esso Libro.

      In-16 gr. (mm. 198x135), p. pelle antica con sottili cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con decoraz. e tit. oro, tagli rossi, 10 cc.nn., 274 cc.num.; testo in carattere corsivo; con ritratto dell?A. in ovale, silografato al frontespizio; al verso dell?ultima c. una bella grande vignetta, pure silografata, che rappresenta un putto appoggiato ad un tronco di albero. Dedicata dal Brucioli ad ?Alvisia Conzaga Palavisina, Marchesana di Gonzaga?. E? questa la rarissima prima edizione del Decamerone con le correzioni del Brucioli (che proprio in quegli anni s?era rifugiato a Venezia per sfuggire alla condanna di eresia). Cfr. Bongi, p. 6: ?Edizione rara e di prezzo, come tutti i Decameroni stampati nella prima metà del Cinquecento? - Bacchi della Lega, p. 38 - Gamba,174 (nota). Leggermente corto del marg. sup., altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.

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        Biblia. Breves im eadem annotationes, ex doctiss interpretationibus, et Hebraeorum commentariis. Interpretatio propriotum nominum Hebraicum.

      With two title leaves and small woodcut initials. Venetiis, per D. Bernardinum Stagnium, 1538. Small 8°. (15 x 10 cm). Contemporary slightly worn vellum binding. (8) + 472 + 160 leaves. The first 8 and the last 45 not numbered. Three or four pages with minor marginal notes. One corner repaired. Title page and endpapers somwhat soiled. Five leaves with larger marginal ink spots. Stained. For-edge with several signs of use.. Not in Darlow & Moule

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        Il decamerone... stampato e ricorretto per antonio brucioli con la dichiaratione di tutti i vocaboli, detti, proverbj, figure, et modi di dire incogniti et difficili, che sono in esso libro... in venetia, giovanni giolito da trino, 1538.

      Cm. 20, cc. (10) 274. Ritratto entro medaglione al frontespizio e grande figura allegorica al verso dell'ultima carta. Solida legatura in piena pelle d'inizio '700, dorso a nervi con fregi e titoli in oro su tassello, piatti inquadrati da doppio filetto dorato. Un'antica scritta al frontespizio ed una nota di possesso depennata. Qualche traccia d'uso perlopiù superficiale alla legatura, ma esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Al colophon: Stampato in Vinegia : per Bartholomeo Zanetti da Brescia ad instantia di messer Giouanni Giolitto da Trino, 1538 del mese d'Aprile. Cfr. Bacchi della Lega (p. 38): ""Edizione molto rara e la prima procurataci dal Brucioli""; Gamba, 174 in nota; Passano (I Novellieri) I, pp. 66/67.

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