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        Epistola docens venam axillarem dextri cubiti in dolore laterali secandam: & melancholium soccum ex venae portae ramis .

      [R. Winter], Basel 1539 - First edition of Vesalius’s ‘venesection letter,’ one of his rarest works, embodying what may be the earliest approach to an area of medicine which may be called scientific in the modern sense. This is a fine copy, complete with the final leaf (the Cushing and Waller copies both lack it). The letter on venesection "was written for Nicolas Flourens, physician to Charles V, who had queried Vesalius regarding the notes on the azygos vein in Tabulae anatomicae sex [published by Vesalius in 1538]; Flourens wished to know what relation the vein had to the question of bloodletting in cases of pleurisy and pneumonia. Vesalius’ letter advocated the new ‘classical’ method of letting blood near the site of the affliction, a method arousing great controversy among the medical community as it was directly opposed to the traditional ‘revulsive’ bleeding taught by the Arabic authorities. Although the classical method was derived from a more accurate reading of Hippocrates and Galen . the importance of Vesalius’ defense of it lies in the authority he gave to his own knowledge of the structure of the venous system an important step in his movement away from traditional anatomical concepts" (Norman). "In this letter we perceive the first steps in the slow and gradual loosening of traditional bonds whence eventually emerged the principle that the validity of a hypothesis rests solely upon facts established by observation. Here Vesalius asks a first tentative question "whether the method of an anatomy could corroborate speculation"; a question not without moment in a day when principles based solely upon the power of the intellect were enshrined as truth Vesalius’s fame rests upon his anatomical contributions, but he was as fully concerned with the problem of practical medicine The venesection letter strongly suggests that it was Vesalius’s preoccupation with such clinical problems which provided the insight that enabled him to shake off the dead hand of Galen’s pronouncements and make the production of the Fabrica possible" (Saunders & O’Malley, pp. 5-6). "Out of the venesection controversy came as a purely incidental finding the discovery of the venous valves which in the consciousness of Harvey was to provide the key to unlocking the door to the circulation" (ibid., p. 20). ABPC/RBH list only the Norman copy (in a modern binding) since 1929."In 1538 Vesalius visited Matteo Corti, professor of medicine in Bologna, and discussed the problems of therapy by venesection. Differences of opinion between the two men seem to have been the impulse behind Vesalius’ next book, Epistola docens venam axillarem dextri cubiti in dolore laterali secundam (Basel, 1539), written in support of the revived classical procedure first advocated in a posthumous publication (1525) of the Parisian physician Pierre Brissot. In this procedure blood was drawn from a site near the location of the ailment, in contrast to the Muslim and medieval practice of drawing blood from a distant part of the body. As the title of his book indicates, Vesalius sought to locate the precise site for venesection in pleurisy within the framework of the classical method. The real significance of the book lay in Vesalius’ attempt to support his arguments by the location and continuity of the venous system rather than by an appeal to earlier authority. Despite his own still faulty knowledge, his method may be called scientific in relation to that of others; certainly it was nontraditional and required that his opponents resort to the same method if they wished to reply effectively. With this novel approach to the problem of venesection Vesalius posed the then striking hypothesis that anatomical dissection might be used to test speculation. Here too he declared clearly, on the basis of vivisection, that cardiac systole was synchronous with arterial expansion and for the first time mentioned his initial efforts in the preparation of the anatomical monograph that was ultimately to take shape [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tabula seu index atque compendium & epilogus omnium sententiarum diui Thomae Aquinatis, per conclusiones resolutas, ... prout dudum reuerendo patre fratre Petro Bergomensi, ... caeterisque similiter optimis theologiae professoribus coactum fuerat opus & auctum

      Apud haeredes Lucaeantonij Iuntae Florentini, 1539. - Apud haeredes Lucaeantonij Iuntae Florentini, Venetiis (Venise) 1539, In 4 (17x24cm), 4f. 396ff. 127ff., relié. - Nuova edizione, dopo il creatore del 1473 a Bologna (con un altro nome). Molto raro. Marca stampante Giunta sul frontespizio e l'ultima pagina. Dedica ad Ercole Gonzaga di Mantova. Assente Brunet. Una copia in Oxford e uno nel catalogo italiano, ma nulla nei cataloghi francesi o BN France.Demi vitello 1800 Torna a reti nervose. Parte del titolo bruna. Coperchio testa ritagliata. Borders frottées.Pietro da Bergamo (morto 1482), il cui vero nome Almaldura, il suo libro è stato chiamato tabula aurea (tavola d'oro) perché era l'unico strumento che è essenziale per la lettura e la consultazione con il opera di San Tommaso (vedi La tabula di Pietro da Bergamo Aurea T. Sterling Trento, pubblicato nel 2003). La tabula è un indice universale di tutta l'opera di Tommaso d'Aquino. La seconda parte, impaginazione indipendente composto da un altro indice: Concordantiae dictorum e divi Thomae conclusionum di Aquino. Infine l'ultima sezione elenca il termine biblico di ingresso (Salmi, Daniel, Deuteronomio ...). Questa nuova edizione è il lavoro di Vincenzo Giaccari. Dopo essere stato venerato come un santo durante la sua esistenza studioso di frate domenicano, fra Pietro da Bergamo fu sepolto nella cripta della cappella SaintThomas d'Aquino. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après la princeps de 1473 à Bologne (sous un autre titre). Très rare. Marque de l'imprimeur Junta sur la page de titre et sur le dernier feuillet. Dédicace à Hercule Gonzague de Mantoue. Absent à Brunet. Un exemplaire à Oxford et un dans les catalogue italiens, mais rien dans les catalogues français ni à la BN de France. Reliure en demi veau 1800. Dos à nerfs à filets. Pièce de titre brune. Coiffe de tête rognée. Bordures frottées. Pietro da Bergamo (mort en 1482) de son véritable nom Almaldura, son ouvrage fut appelé la tabula aurea (la table d'or), car elle fut l'unique instrument, essentiel pour la lecture et la consultation de l'oeuvre de Saint thomas (voir La tabula Aurea di pietro da bergamo de T. Sterli Trento, paru en 2003). La tabula est un index universel de l'oeuvre entière de Thomas d'Aquin. Une seconde partie, à pagination séparée est constituée d'un autre index : Concordantiae dictorum et conclusionum divi Thomae de aquino. Enfin une dernière partie recense les entrée par terme biblique (Psaume, Daniel, Deuteronome...). Cette nouvelle édition est l'oeuvre de Vincenzo Giaccari. Après avoir été vénéré comme un saint durant son existence studieuse de frère dominicain, Fra Pietro da Bergamo fut inhumé dans la crypte de la chapelle SaintThomas d'Aquin. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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        In omnes M. Tullii Ciceronis orationes, quot quidam extant, doctissimorum virorum lucubrationes...

      Winter, 1539. In Folio (300x200); cc. 6 non num., colonne 1484, cc. 19 non num., iniziali ornate, marca editoriale silografica al frontespizio ed alla fine; doppia nota di possesso al frontesp., una in alto parzialmente tagliata. Fascinosa antica pergamena con foglio da manoscritto, dorso a nervi, titolo manoscritto. Tracce di lacci posteriori. I commenti a Cicerone sono di Francesco Silvio, Giovanni Tislini, Cristoph Hegendorfer, Bartolomeo Latomo. Buon esemplare leggermente ingiallito; alone bruno al margine sup. di poche pagine.

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        D. Dionysii Carthusiani insigne comentariorum opus, in Psalmos omnes Dauidicos. Quos ipse multiplici sensu quantum fieri potuit, nempe Literali, Allegorico, Tropologico, & Anagogico (id quod nemo hactenus praestitit) non nisi solidissimis sacrae scripturae locis, doctissime explanat. [Ensemble] D. Dionysii carthusiani, in quatuor evangelistas enarrationes, praeclare admodum, & ab eruditissimis optimisque viris quam diutissime desideratae, atque nunc ex altera : eaque diligentissima ad archetypon recognitione, sublatis mendis quibus scatebant pluribus, quam diligentissime excusae

      Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon, 1539. - Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon, Parisiis (Paris) 1539 et 1536, in - folio (22x33,5cm), (12f.n.c.) CCCXXVII ff. [Sig (a) - (b)?, a - z?, I? L2?, A - S? ( - S8)] et (8f.n.c.) et CCCLXXXIII ff., deux volumes reliés en un. - Quarta edizione prodotta da Lodoycus Tiletanus per il primo testo; questa edizione è stata condivisa tra più stampanti e librai di Parigi. Marca della stampante nella pagina del titolo. Iniziali. Colophon: Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. MD XXXIX. Non elencato in Adams. Edizione trovato più volte nel catalogo British Library, ma in diverse stampanti. Il secondo libro sembra essere apparso per la prima volta nel 1532. Magnifico frontespizio xilografia, con il marchio della stampante Claude Chevallon Cristo in gloria e una Natività con la Vergine Maria e dei Magi, immagini simboliche raffiguranti l' posizione della vedova di Claude Chevallon. Iniziali. Non troviamo questa edizione nei cataloghi inglesi; una copia del BNF alla data del 1536 in Gilles de Gourmont. Pieno XVIII pelle di pecora marrone. Torna a sei nervi ornati scatole, arabeschi e piccoli ornamenti dorati. Tagli e berretti evidenziati con la roulette d'oro. Tutti fette rosso maculato. Una piccola perdita nella seconda ganascia ea sezioni piatte. Graffi. Alcuni piccoli wormholes. Numerose note scritte a mano sui testi, che sono stati tagliati al momento in cui il lavoro è stato collegato nuovamente nel XVIII secolo. Due foxing marginale molto leggero che colpisce alcune pagine, altrimenti buona copia. 65 righe per pagina. Scritturali scritti di Dionigi il Certosino sono stati pubblicati nel 1530 e comprendono 14 libri, due libri che offriamo riguardano due testi fondamentali della Bibbia: Salmi di Davide e dei quattro Vangeli, due set, uno dei vecchi sarà, il secondo nuovo, lettura abbastanza emblematico dalla Chiesa cattolica della Chiesa di Cristo. Queste osservazioni, fatte autorità al momento della pubblicazione (Denys morto nel 1471), perché mettono insieme tutte le opinioni dei Padri della Chiesa ei teologi del suo tempo. La moltiplicazione delle edizioni di Dionigi negli anni trenta sulla base del vasto movimento contro la riforma - commessi dalla Chiesa. Protestantesimo infatti schiacciante basa sulla lettura della Bibbia e la Chiesa cattolica era, attingendo alla sua storia, ad avere il monopolio esegetica. Inoltre, la Chiesa e sostenuto con Dionigi il certosino su una grande figura filosofica e mistica coinvolti nel rinnovamento spirituale e cristiana, oltre a una figura canonica (la posizione dottrinale di Dionigi è mediano tra Aristotele, Platone e Sant'Agostino ), che è direttamente opposta a quella di Lutero, scomunicato nel 1521 e messo al bando dall'impero poco dopo. Un bookplate del XIX secolo una delle guardie, così come molti altri non identificabili alla fine del primo testo e il frontespizio del secondo. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Quatrième édition réalisée par Lodoycus Tiletanus pour le premier texte ; cette édition ayant été partagée entre de multiples imprimeurs - libraires à Paris. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Lettrines. Colophon : Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. M. D. XXXIX. Non répertorié dans Adams. Edition que l'on trouve plusieurs fois au catalogue de la British Library mais chez différents imprimeurs. Le second ouvrage semble avoir paru pour la première fois en 1532. Magnifique page de titre gravée sur bois, avec la marque de l'imprimeur Claude Chevallon, le Christ en gloire et une nativité avec la Vierge et les rois mages, images symboliques figurant la position de la veuve de Claude Chevallon. Lettrines. On ne trouve pas cette édition dans les catalogues anglais ; un exemplaire à la BNF à la date de 1536 chez Gilles de Gourmont. Reliure en pleine basane brune XVIIIe. Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons, d'arabesques et de petits fleurons dorés. Coupes et coiffes soulignées d'une roulette dorée. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouge. Un petit manque au niveau du mors du second plat et de l'une des coupes. Épidermures. Quelques petits trous de vers. Nombreuses notes manuscrites sur les deux textes, qui ont été rognées au moment où l'ouvrage fut relié à nouveau au XVIIIe siècle. Deux très pâles mouillures marginales portant atteinte à quelques pages, sinon bel exemplaire. 65 lignes par page. Les écrits scripturaires de Denys le Chartreux ont été publiés dès 1530 et comprennent 14 livres, les deux ouvrages que nous proposons concernent deux textes fondamentaux de la Bible : les psaumes de David et les quatre évangiles, deux ensembles, l'un de l'Ancien testament, le second du Nouveau, tout à fait emblématiques de la lecture par l'Eglise catholique de l'église du Christ. Ces commentaires, firent autorité dès leur publication (Denys meurt en 1471) car ils rassemblent l'ensemble des opinions des pères de l'église et des théologiens de son temps. La multiplication des éditions de Denys dans les années trente repose sur le vaste mouvement de contre - réforme engagé par l'Eglise. Le protestantisme reposait en effet primordialement sur la lecture de la Bible, et l'Eglise catholique se devait, en puisant dans son histoire, d'en avoir le monopole exégétique. En outre, l'Eglise s'appuyait ainsi avec Denys le Chartreux sur une grande figure mystique et philosophique participant au renouveau spirituel et chrétien, de plus une figure canonique (la position doctrinale de Denys étant médiane, entre Aristote, Platon, et Saint Augustin), laquelle s'opposait directement à celle de Luther, excommunié en 1521 et mis au ban de l'Empire peu après. Un ex - libris du XIXe siècle sur l'une des gardes, ainsi que plusieurs autres non - identifiables à la fin du premier texte et sur la page de titre du second.

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        Istorion Biblia tina ta heuriskomena (in greco). Diodori Siculi Historiarum Libri aliquot, qui extant, opera e studio Vincentii Obsopoei in lucem editi. Basileae (in fine:) Etygothe en Basileia tes Germanias, epimeleia men Ioannou Oporine .., 1539

      1539. in - 4, pp. (12), 481, (1), leg. coeva in p. pelle su assicelle, cornice con impressioni vegetali a secco sui piatti, dorso rifatto con applicato dorso originale, tassello tardo parzialmente conservato. Belle iniziali istoriate; testo interamente in greco (parte del titolo e dedica dell'editore in latino). Edizione originale dei libri 16 - 20 della Biblioteca Storica di Diodoro Siculo (80 - 20 a.C. ca.), una storia universale in 40 libri dalle origini mitiche alla spedizione di Cesare in Gallia. Dell'opera rimangono i libri I - V e XI - XX, e degli altri libri solo estratti e riassunti (spesso molto ampi), dovuti alla grande circolazione e notorietà della Biblioteca nel Tardo Antico. L'edizione, curata da Vincentius Obsopoeus, comprende il libro XVI dedicato a Filippo II, il XVII ad Alessandro e parte della storia ellenistica che occupa i libri XVIII - XXII. Ottimo esempl. (numerose postille marginali in greco e nota di possesso: Jacobus Cooke).

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        De medendi methodo libri quatuor. Hippocratis coi De medicementis purgantibus libellus

      Paris, Conrad Neobar, 1539. 7 ff., [1] blanc, 198 - [5] pp veau tabac, dos muet à nerfs et à petits fleurons (reliure pastiche) 1539, 1539, in - 16, 7 ff, [1] blanc, 198 - [5] pp, veau tabac, dos muet à nerfs et à petits fleurons (reliure pastiche), Troisième édition, première imprimée à Paris ; l'originale a paru en 1538, suivie d'une édition bâloise (Robert Winter) parue simultanément à la nôtre, publiée sous le titre De medendis singularum humani corporis... Dans ce traité de médecine pratique, le médecin allemand Fuchs (1501 - 1566) propose des méthodes thérapeutiques pour guérir les maladies d'un grand nombre des parties du corps humain. Ce manuel souhaite donner la possibilité au praticien de reconnaitre et d'aisément traiter une maladie. Selon sa formation, tout emprunte d'hellénisme et de ferveur humaniste, Fuchs essaie de conjuguer le lourd héritage de la médecine classique et une méthode condensée et pragmatique. Ce texte est suivi du très court "Libellus" d'Hippocrate dans la traduction procurée par Giunios Paolo Crasso, prétendûment "imprimé pour la première fois" ("nunquam prius in lucem editus") selon la page de titre, mais qui fut d'abord publié à Venise en 1537, puis dans l'édition bâloise citée plus haut. Deux ex - libris ancien sur la page de titre sont raturés, et une longue note, d'une main du XIXe siècle, court dans les marges du texte d'Hippocrate et est signée "PL". Bel exemplaire, entièrement à l'encre rouge et grand de marges. Durling 1687. Wellcome I, 2434. Waller 3294 a. Heirs of Hippocrates n° 142 pour l'édition bâloise

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        Aymari Rivallii Allobrogis, jureconsulti eruditissimi eloquentissimique, Civilis historiae Iuris, sive in XII. Tab. Leges commentariorum libri quinqque. iam denuo diligenter recogniti. Historiae item Iuris Pont. Liber Singularis

      - Moguntiae (Mayence), 1539. In-16 relié demi-basane postérieure à petits coins (XIXème) de 386 pages. Lettrines. Texte en latin. L'ouvrage est en très bon état mais le relieur l'a relié . à l'envers. Aymar du RIVAIL, jurisconsulte et historien dauphinois né à SAINT MARCELLIN (Isère), 1491 - 1558. Son ouvrage, (HISTOIRE DU DROIT CIVIL), le fit devenir Conseiller au Parlement de GRENOBLE. Peu courant. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Genialium dierum Libri sex, varia ac recondita eruditione referti...

      Ex Officina Eucharij Cervicorni 1539 Folio (cm. 31,8), 40 cc.nn., 370 pp., 1 c.bianca. Frontis. con grande cornice xilografica fig. Dedica anchâ??essa entro cornice. Fregi e alcuni grandi capilettera fig. Solida legatura in piena pergamena antica con carte di guardia rinnovate. Leggere bruniture altrimenti ottimo esemplare. La prima edizione di questa importante opera, più volte ristampata, fu pubblicata a Roma nel 1522. La nostra dovrebbe essere la prima edizione stampata in Germania e curata da Godefridus Hittorpius. Graesse I, 68; Adams, A720; Sapori I, 39, menziona unicamente lâ??edizione di Parigi del 1561. Alessandri, celebre umanista e giureconsulto napoletano (1461 - 1523),scrisse questa che è la sua principale opera ispirandosi alle Notti Attiche di Aulo Gellio e ai Saturnali di Macrobio. In essa illustrò vari eventi del Rinascimento italiano tramite aneddoti, notazioni e curiosità di natura giuridica, archeologica, fisica e metafisica. Il â??Genialium dierumâ?? riscosse enorme successo e attirò su di sé i commenti di Tiraqueau, Gotfried, Colerus, Mercier, ecc.

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        Antiquities of the Jews - De Bello Iudaico Libri Septem.

      Apud Sebastian Gryphium Lugdvni, 1539 Rare 16th Century edition of this classic work of Roman and Jewish history, in very good condition. Remarkable condition for a 500 year old book. Leather bound with imprinted design on gold gilted page edges. In Latin. 582 pages. Antiquities of the Jews contains an account of history of the Jewish people. Housed in a custom-made collector's slipcase.. 5th or later Edition. Hardcover. Very Good/No Jacket.

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        L. Fenestellae De magistratibus sacerdotisque Romanorum libellus...

      per Ioan. Ant. de Nicolinis de Sabio. Sumptis vero D. Melchioris Sessae 1539 8vo (cm. 15,5), 68 (ma 76) cc. Due grandi marche tip. al frontis. ed al colophon. Legatura dellâ??epoca in piena pergamena floscia con tracce di lacci di chiusura(piccole lacune al ds. e al piatto posteriore, scritte di antica mano e segni dâ??uso). Scritte coeve anche sulla prima e sullâ??ultima carta bianca. Esemplare genuino con interni assai freschi. Rossetti, 5039.

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        PHRASES SEU MODI LOQUENDI DIVINAE SCRIPTURAE, ex Sanctis & Orthodoxis Scriptoribus...

      Paris: Joannem Foucherium, et al. 1539. n. Sm. 8vo. ff.260,(4). Index. Old calf with blind tooled borders, rebacked, with the old backstrip laid down. Outer corners of covers worn.

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        Commentarii delle cose fatte per la restitutione di Francesco Sforza Secondo Duca di Milano Tradotte di Latino in lingua Toscana per M Francesco Philipopoli Fiorentino Venice apud Ioannem Giolitum de Ferrariis

      

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        De re hortensi libellus Paris ex officina Rob Stephani

      

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        Liber de meteoris. Cum interpretatione Viti Amerbachij.

      Straßburg Mylius 1539 - (16,5 x 10,5 cm). 235 (5) S. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und der letzten Seite. Moderner Pergamentband im Stil der Zeit. Erste, von Veit Amerbach kommentierte, Ausgabe dieses astronomischen Lehrgedichts. - Pontano, latinisiert Johannes Jovianus Pontanus, (1429-1503) war einer der führenden italienischen Humanisten seiner Zeit. - Der Humanist Amerbach, auch Vitus Amerpach, (um 1503-1557), Professor für Physik in Wittenberg und später für Philosophie und Rhetorik in Ingolstadt, wurde besonders durch seine Horaz- und Cicero-Kommentare berühmt. - Minimal gebräunt. Titel mit kleinen Flecken und im Falz sehr sauber angefasert. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - VD16 P4220; Brüning 146. - Selten

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        Das Glücksbuch / Beydes deß Gutten vnn Bösen / darinn leere vnd trost / weß sich menigklich hierinn halten soll / Durch Franciscum Petrarcham vor im latein beschriben / vnd yetz grüntlich verteütscht [von Stephan Vigilius] / mit schönen Figuren / Concordantzen / Register / durchauß gezieret / der gestalt vor nie gesehen. Getruckt zu Augspurg durch Heynrich Steyner / Jmm Jar M. D. XXXIX. Das Erst und das Ander Buch in einem Band. Mit 2 großen Titelholzschnitten und 254 (statt 260) Holzschnitten des Petrarca-Meisters.

      Heinrich Steyner, Augsburg 1539 - 20 nichtgezählte, CXV, 1 unbedrucktes Blatt; 10 nichtgezählte, CXLII, 8 nichtgezählte Blatt. Privater großformatiger Halbleinenband vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Zweite deutsche Ausgabe von Petrarcas "De remediis utriusque fortunae" und die erste Ausgabe dieser Übersetzung von Stephan Vigilius. Die Holzschnitte des sogenannten Petrarca-Meisters, dessen Identität bis heute nicht wirklich geklärt werden konnte, zeigen die im Buch besprochenen Lebenssituationen in herrlicher, großformatiger Darstellung und wurden erstmals für die deutsche Erstausgabe in der Übersetzung von Peter Stachel und Georg Spalatin verwendet, die Steyner 1532 herausgebracht hatte. Leider hat unser Exemplar Mängel: Es fehlen im zweiten Buch die Blätter LXI-LXVI (also 6 Blatt mit 8 Textholzschnitten), dafür sind Blatt XXXIX und XL doppelt eingebunden, wodurch 2 Holzschnitte wiederholt werden (es sind demzufolge neben diesen beiden nur 252 von 260 Textholschnitten vorhanden). Die Seiten anfänglich mit kleinen alten Wurmgängen, das Titelblatt deswegen zur Stabilisierung komplett mit Papier hinterlegt und die ersten 6 Blatt mit ebenso hinterlegtem weißen Blattrand. Außerdem wurden bei 2 Blatt im ersten Teil kleine Einrisse im weißen Blattrand hinterlegt, wodurch nicht der Text, jedoch ein Holzschnitt am Rand mitbetroffen ist. Der Einband ist an Gelenken und Kanten etwas berieben, der Rücken oben und unten abgegriffen, wodurch das Leinen geringe Fehlstellen aufweist. Der Band trägt ein Exlibris im Jugendstil. Insgesamt birgt der etwas unscheinbare Einband eines der berühmtesten und schönsten Holzschnittbücher der Dürerzeit in einem zwar nicht ganz vollständigen, aber dennoch ordentlichen, insgesamt noch gut erhaltenen Exemplar. Als Beilage: Walther Scheidig: Die Holzschntte des Patrarca-Meisters. Berlin: Henschel 1955, 353 S., Großformatiger Orig.-Leinenband mit Schutzumschlag. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Istorion Biblia tina ta heuriskomena (in greco).

      Diodori Siculi Historiarum Libri aliquot, qui extant, opera e studio Vincentii Obsopoei in lucem editi. Basileae (in fine:) Etygothe en Basileia tes Germanias, epimeleia men Ioannou Oporine ., 1539, - in-4, pp. (12), 481, (1), leg. coeva in p. pelle su assicelle, cornice con impressioni vegetali a secco sui piatti, dorso rifatto con applicato dorso originale, tassello tardo parzialmente conservato. Belle iniziali istoriate; testo interamente in greco (parte del titolo e dedica dell'editore in latino). Edizione originale dei libri 16-20 della Biblioteca Storica di Diodoro Siculo (80-20 a.C. ca.), una storia universale in 40 libri dalle origini mitiche alla spedizione di Cesare in Gallia. Dell'opera rimangono i libri I-V e XI-XX, e degli altri libri solo estratti e riassunti (spesso molto ampi), dovuti alla grande circolazione e notorietà della Biblioteca nel Tardo Antico. L'edizione, curata da Vincentius Obsopoeus, comprende il libro XVI dedicato a Filippo II, il XVII ad Alessandro e parte della storia ellenistica che occupa i libri XVIII-XXII. Ottimo esempl. (numerose postille marginali in greco e nota di possesso: Jacobus Cooke). STC German D-243. Dibdin I, 495. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Utrecht, Vrijheid van - Specht + Ottens.

      "Caerte vande Vryheyd der Stadt Utrecht volgens decisie vanden jare 1539"'.Kopergravure uit 1696 van Caspar Specht, ongewijzigd heruitgegeven tussen 1708-1719 door Joachim Ottens. Deels in de tijd, deels later met hand gekleurd. Afm. (prent) 37 x 53 cm.De kaart werd vervaardigd om de stadsjurisdictie weer te geven. Deze behelsde het op de kaart gekleurde en met een stippellijn omgeven gebied. Waarschijnlijk ging het stadsbestuur niet akkoord met de grenzen zoals die op de kaart van Specht zijn weergegeven. Het is anders niet goed te verklaren dat het in 1698 door Gabriel Reets een (inmiddels verlorengegane) andere kaart liet maken.In de legenda linksonder wordt verwezen naar gebouwen en straten in stad. De legenda rechtsonder somt de schoutambachten en lage gerechten op.Over Caspar Specht zelf is weinig bekend. Hij was graveur en kunsthandelaar, vermoedelijk een leerling van Steven van Lamsweerde. Specht was in 1686 decaan van het schilderscollege te Utrecht.Literatuur: Marijke Donkersloot de Vrij, "Kaarten van Utrecht"' (1989), nr. 1402Prijs: € 1.650,- (incl. lijst).

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        Apophthegmatum opus cum primis frugiferum, vigilanter ab ipso recognitum autore, e Graeco codice correctis aliquor locis, in quibus interpres Diogenis Laertii fefellerat.

      Lyon, Sebastian Gryphius, 1539. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel u. am Ende. 609 S., 19 Bll., Späterer Ldr.-Bd. m. reicher Rückenverg. u. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Frühe Ausgabe dieser erstmals 1531 bei Froben erschienenen Sammlung. - Die Apophthegmata, von Erasmus gegen Ende seines Lebens herausgegeben, sind den „Adagia“ im Entwurf und in der damit verfolgten Absicht ähnlich: eine Sammlung sophistischer Anekdoten, beißender Kritik und weiser Ratschläge, aus alten Schriftstellern gezogen. - Der dekorative Einband etw. berieben. Ein Blatt m. kl. Einriß. Etw. gebräunt u. schwach wasserrandig (nur die letzten Bll. etwas stärker), sonst gutes Exemplar. - BM STC, French Books 153; diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Erasmus von Rotterdam, Apophthegmatum opus cum primis frugiferum, vigilanter ab ipso recognitum autore, e graeco codice correctis aliquor locis, in quibus interpres Diogenis Laertii fefellerat, Laertius

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        Io Bertachini Pars prima. Repertorium Clarissimi Viri, Ac Iuris Utriusque Doctoris Celeberrimi Bertachini Firmani

      Joannes Crispinus, Lugduni (Lyon) 1539 - Reliure plein veau d'époque à restaurer, manque sur dos, texte bon état. Page de titres noirs et rouges avec de jolies vignettes xylographiques en bordure, index (7) ff, 575p, (1)ff. Texte en latin gothique sur 2 colonnes, majuscules ornées, gloses. Une auréole en marge, petite tache sur tranches. Size: Fort Petit Folio

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        Justini ex Trogo Pompeio historia diligentissime nunc quidem supra omnes omnium hactenus aeditiones recognita, et ab innumeris mendis - vetusti exemplaris beneficio purgata. Huic accessit commentariolus.

      Basilae: apud Michaelem Isingrinium Small 4to. [16] ff., 319, [1 (blank)] pp.. 1539 Justinus (3rd century A.D.) is known solely by his Historiarum Philippicarum libri XLIV, which he describes in his preface as a collection of the most important and interesting passages from the voluminous, but now lost, Historiae phillippicae et totius mundi origines et terrae situs, that Pompeius Trogus wrote during the era of Augustus. This very nice Renaissance edition was edited and has a preface by Simon Grynaeus. In addition to the text, there are an extensive index, four full-page woodcut maps of parts of the ancient world, and Grynaeus's extensive commentary. The main text is printed in roman with a good scattering of woodcut historiated initials and is accompanied on the same page by Grynaeus commentary and notes in a smaller italic. His preface is printed in a larger italic face. This copy has interesting, early, but now somewhat faded marginalia in a red or sepia ink. The marginalia is scattered and is at times heavy, other times light; in some sections, it is non-existent. A rare edition: No copy traced via OCLC; VD16 locates only three copies in Europe. Full rich brown calf old style: Round spine with raised bands, accented in gilt rule; author and title lettered on cream-colored spine label; fillets in blind extending onto covers from each band to terminate in trefoils with blind double fillets beyond. Small rent in upper inner area of title-page with a very old and good repair on verso. Library name stamped on lower edge of closed book.

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        New Kreütter Buch: von Underscheydt, Würckung und Namen der Kreütter so in teütschen Landen wachsen; auch der selbigen eygentlichem und wolgegründtem Gebrauch in der Artznei, zu behalten und zu fürdern Leibs Gesuntheyt fast nutz und tröstlichen, vorab gemeynem Verstand. Wie das auß Registern hienach verzeychnet ordenlich zufinden. 1539. 1539 (Erste Ausgabe).

      Straßburg, Wendel Rihel., 1539. 4°, gebundene Ausgabe (10), CLXXIIII, LXXXVIII u. (4) Bl.. Leder u. Beschläge vom Einband nicht mehr vorhanden, Titelseite fingerschmutzig. Erste Ausgabe des Hauptwerkes des Vaters der Botanik. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Medizin, Botanik

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        Justini ex Trogo Pompeio historia diligentissime nunc quidem supra omnes omnium hactenus aeditiones recognita, et ab innumeris mendis - vetusti exemplaris beneficio purgata. Huic accessit commentariolus.

      Basilae: apud Michaelem Isingrinium Small 4to. [16] ff., 319, [1 (blank)] pp.. 1539 Justinus (3rd century A.D.) is known solely by his Historiarum Philippicarum libri XLIV, which he describes in his preface as a collection of the most important and interesting passages from the voluminous, but now lost, Historiae phillippicae et totius mundi origines et terrae situs, that Pompeius Trogus wrote during the era of Augustus. This very nice Renaissance edition was edited and has a preface by Simon Grynaeus. In addition to the text, there are an extensive index, four full-page woodcut maps of parts of the ancient world, and Grynaeus's extensive commentary. The main text is printed in roman with a good scattering of woodcut historiated initials and is accompanied on the same page by Grynaeus commentary and notes in a smaller italic. His preface is printed in a larger italic face. This copy has interesting, early, but now somewhat faded marginalia in a red or sepia ink. The marginalia is scattered and is at times heavy, other times light; in some sections, it is non-existent. A rare edition: No copy traced via OCLC; VD16 locates only three copies in Europe. Full rich brown calf old style: Round spine with raised bands, accented in gilt rule; author and title lettered on cream-colored spine label; fillets in blind extending onto covers from each band to terminate in trefoils with blind double fillets beyond. Small rent in upper inner area of title-page with a very old and good repair on verso. Library name stamped on lower edge of closed book.

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        De medendi methodo libri quatuor. Hippocratis coi De medicementis purgantibus libellus

      1539 - 7, (1) feuillets, puis 198 et Paris, Conrad Neobar, 1539, in-16, 7, (1) feuillets, puis 198 et (5) pages, plein veau fauve, un filet d'encadrement doré sur les plats, dos à 4 nerfs muet avec fleurons dorés, tranches cirées (reliure pastiche), Seconde édition, l'originale parut la même année à Bâle chez Robert Winter, sous le titre : "De medendis singularum humani corporis partium a summo capite ad imos usque pedes passionibus ac febribus libri quatuor". Dans ce traité de médecine pratique, Fuchs propose des méthodes thérapeutiques pour guérir les maladies d'un grand nombre des parties du corps humain. Ce manuel souhaite donner la possibilité au praticien de reconnaitre et d'aisément traiter une maladie. Selon sa formation, tout emprunte d'hellénisme et de ferveur humaniste, Fuchs essaie de conjuguer le lourd héritage de la médecine classique et une méthode condensée et pragmatique. Ce texte est suivi du très court "Libellus" d'Hippocrate dans la traduction procurée par Giunios Paolo Crasso. Bien que la page de titre annonce "imprimé pour la première fois" ("nunquam prius in lucem editus"), il s'agit d'une troisième édition, après une première imprimée à Venise en 1537 et une seconde à Bâle chez Robert Winter en 1539. Deux ex-libris ancien sur la page de titre sont raturés, et une longue note, d'une main du XIXe siècle, court dans les marges du texte d'Hippocrate et est signée "PL". Bel exemplaire réglé et grand de marges [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Introductio in Chaldaicam lingua[m], Syriaca[m], atq[ue] Armenica[m], & dece[m] alias linguas.

      [Pavia, G. M. Simonetta], 1539. - 4to. 213 (instead of 215) ff. (lacking ff. 212-213 and final blank). Title printed in red and black. With woodcut title border and two nearly full-page woodcuts in the text. 19th century half calf (restored) with giltstamped spine. First edition. "The earliest Syrian and Armenian grammar printed" (IA). Extremely rare and early work of oriental studies, also important for the history of music due to the first illustrated description of the bassoon, which the author's uncle, Afranio degli Albonesi, had invented early in the century and had first demonstrated in 1532. - The canon regular Teseo Ambrogio degli Albonesi (often simply referred to as Ambrogio or Ambrosius; 1469-1540) taught the Syriac language. This introduction to the oriental languages - his only publication - is a mixture of lingustic treatise and a collection of exotic alphabets. If Albonesi's results are not in every case correct, they remain of great importance to the history of linguistic scholarship: the "Introductio" constitutes one of those works which inspired the budding discipline of comparative philology to undertake further research. "His work offers a detailed survey of the Syriac and Armenian languages from various points of view, and a short notice about the other exotic languages (Samaritan, Arabic, Coptic, Cyrillic, Ethiopic) - these languages are all discussed with examples written by hand in the earlier chapters, and throughout the work we find blank spaces where such words had still to be filled in" (Smitskamp). Some of the blank spaces mentioned have been filled in in ink by a contemporary hand. Lacks the final two pages of text (including the colophon). Slight worming to upper margin near end. Edit 16, CNCE 816. Adams A 957. Mortimer 20. BM-STC Italian 16. Eitner I, 91. MGG III, 1721. Smitskamp 240. IA 104.625. Brunet I, 229. Graesse I, 59. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gynaeceum, Siue|| Theatrvm Mvlie-||rvm, In Qvo Praecipvarvm|| Omnivm Per Evropam In Primis, Na-||tionvm, Gentivm, Popvlorvmqve, Cvivscvnqve|| dignitatis, ordinis, status, conditionis, professionis,|| aetatis, foemineos habitus videre est,|| Artificiosissimis Nvnc Primvm|| figuris, neq[ue] vsquam antehac pari elegantia|| editis, expressos à|| Iodoco Amano.|| Additis Ad Singvlas Figvras Singvlis|| octostichis Francisci Modii Brvg.|| Opvs Cvm Ad Foeminei Sexvs commenda-||tionem, ... M.D.LXXXVI. Francoforti, Impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii.

       \"Iost Amman (1539-1591) ; Franciscus Modius (1556–1597). Gynaeceum, Siue|| Theatrvm Mvlie-||rvm, In Qvo Praecipvarvm|| Omnivm Per Evropam In Primis, Na-||tionvm, Gentivm, Popvlorvmqve, Cvivscvnqve|| dignitatis, ordinis, status, conditionis, professionis,|| aetatis, foemineos habitus videre est,|| Artificiosissimis Nvnc Primvm|| figuris, neq[ue] vsquam antehac pari elegantia|| editis, expressos à|| Iodoco Amano.|| Additis Ad Singvlas Figvras Singvlis|| octostichis Francisci Modii Brvg.|| Opvs Cvm Ad Foeminei Sexvs commenda-||tionem, ... M.D.LXXXVI. Francoforti, Impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii. [Sigmund Feyerabend (1528-1590). Frankfurt 1586] Titelblatt Rot- und Schwarzdruck, 2 Blätter (jeweils beidseitig Text, und zwar »Ad serenissimam Isabellam Austriacam Galliae reginam«), 49 Blätter mit insgesamt 52 Holzschnitten, 1 S. Corrigenda, 1 Bl. Kolophon (Druckermarke). Ohne Einband. Zustand: Das Titelblatt, der Text und einige Blätter (mit Abbildungen der Frauentrachten) sind fachmännisch restauriert worden. Die Bindung ist teilweise gelöst, das heißt die Blätter sind lose. Die Blätter sind goldumrandet (Goldschnitt). Das so genannte »Frauentrachtenbuch« ist unvollständig – vollständig soll es 120 Blätter mit 122 Holzschnitten beinhalten. Ein äußerst seltener Titel. Weitere Photoabbildungen der einzelnen Blätter sende ich Ihnen gerne auf Anfrage zu.\" Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Magna Carta in F Wherunto is Added More Statuz than Euer.

      1539 - The First Magna Carta Printed with a Title Page, A Notably Handsome Book [Magna Carta]. Magna Carta in F. Wherunto is Added More Statut[es] than Ever Was Imprynted in Any One Boke Before this Tyme, With an Alminacke & a Calender to Know the Mootes. Necessarye for All Yong Studiers of the Lawe. Anno Domini. M.CCCCC.XXIX [1529, i.e. 1539]. [Imprynted at Lond(on): In Fletestrete, By Me Robert Redman Dwellynge at the Sygne of the George, Nexte to Saynt Dunstones Churche, Anno D[omi]ni. M.CCCCC.XXXIX (1539)]. [viii], 108, 108-148, [5], 2-74, [5] ff. Final two leaves are blanks. Collates complete. 12mo. (6" x 2-3/4"). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate blind tooling, including a roll border of vine leaves, early hand-lettered titles to top and fore-edges. Negligible rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, small chip to head of spine, pastedowns loose, revealing strips of vellum with early manuscript, later owner stamp of Albert Ehrman to versos of boards, his bookplate (Bibliotheca Broxbourniana) to verso of rear endleaf, later bookseller catalogue description tipped-in to front endleaf. Title page, other leaves in first gathering and leaves in final gathering, which contain the calendar and tables, printed in red and black, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, a few cracks to text block, light soiling and a small faint stain to title page, a few small worm holes through final gathering, annotations in fine early hand in a few places, later annotations, identifying ownership of Richard Heber and S. Christie-Miller to endleaves. An exceptional copy with an interesting chain of associations. * The first edition issued with a title page and the first typographically handsome printing. Text of Magna Carta and Charta de Foresta in Latin (despite the claim in Redman's title page), statutes in Latin and Law French. First printed by Pynson in 1508, this augmented edition includes the Charta de Foresta of Henry III, statutes and additional information. Among the most notorious statutes are those of Edward I concerning Jews, which condemned them for irreverence and prevented them from practicing usury or acquiring land from Christians through pledges. Other "Antique Statutes" relate to women, wills, forcible entry, "Fraudulent Deedes" and other topics. It also includes a table of cou [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Peasants conversing and drinking.

      1539. "Peasants socialising, eating and drinking in a barn; at right a peasant sticks his head out of a window to vomit. Signed and dated on the top right:'COR. MET. / (1539)' date erased, but readable."."Engraving on paper, trimmed on platemark; on the verso upper border reinforced; total: 64 x 93 mm; in passepartout; state II/2, early impression in this state; Hollstein 132"

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        LUCENSIS CIVITATIS STATUTA NUPERRIME CASTIGATA, ET QUAM ACCURATISSIME IMPRESSA. Ioannes Baptista Phaellus Bononiensis Lucensi Aere Publico impressit, sub Anno a Nativitatate Domini Nostri Iesu Christi MDXXXIC. Cal. Martiis.

      1539 - Testo latino. Cm.34,2x23,2. Carte 5 non numerate, CCCXXXIX numerate solo al recto, una non numerata. Legatura coeva, leggermente allentata, in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli manoscritti, sbiaditi, al dorso a cinque nervature. Frontespizio adornato da ampia cornice a volute spiraliformi con elementi fitomorfi simmetrici. Alcuni capilettera incisi. L'ultima carta riporta una stupenda silografia raffigurante lo stemma della Repubblica sormontato da putti e, al piede, il motto "Iustitia, et pax osculatae sunt", ed è preceduta da una dedicatoria ad Enrico Boccella. Esemplare privo del foglio di guardia anteriore, fresco nell'impressione, con ampi margini. Numerose chiose d'epoca ad inchiostro sparse nel testo, che suggeriscono trattarsi di esemplare da studio. Dopo l'edizione del 1490 di Arrigo da Colonia, il Consiglio Generale, nella seduta del 20 ottobre 1536, commissionò al bolognese Faelli la seconda edizione a stampa, in latino e in volgare, degli Statuti lucchesi, dando ad entrambe le versioni la stessa valenza giuridica. La traduzione fu affidata a Tobia Sirti. Il testo latino vide la luce il primo marzo 1539, il testo italiano il 26 agosto dello stesso anno. Non fu compresa la parte riguardante il diritto costituzionale. > Lozzi, I, 326 "Frontespizio chiuso da elegantissima cornice, edizione veramente splendida, che si volle affidata più tosto ad un egr. impressore di Bologna, che ad un lucchese. Si avverta che dopo le date finali, vi debbono essere due carte, l'una per una dedicatoria del riordinatore degli statuti, l'altra pel magnifico stemmma della città". Graesse, VI, 484. Mostra Storica della Tipografia Lucchese, 18 "Bellissima edizione". Manzoni, II, 240. Olschki Choix, 20045. Sander, 4027. Chelazzi, IV, 124/124, "Questa nuova compilazione dello Statuto Comunale fu decisa, sulla base del testo 1446, nel Consiglio del 13 e 17 novembre 1527". 2700 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Magna Carta in F Wherunto is Added More Statuz than Euer

      1539. The First Magna Carta Printed with a Title Page, A Notably Handsome Book [Magna Carta]. Magna Carta in F. Wherunto is Added More Statut[es] than Ever Was Imprynted in Any One Boke Before this Tyme, With an Alminacke & a Calender to Know the Mootes. Necessarye for All Yong Studiers of the Lawe. Anno Domini. M.CCCCC.XXIX [1529, i.e. 1539]. [Imprynted at Lond(on): In Fletestrete, By Me Robert Redman Dwellynge at the Sygne of the George, Nexte to Saynt Dunstones Churche, Anno D[omi]ni. M.CCCCC.XXXIX (1539)]. [viii], 108, 108-148, [5], 2-74, [5] ff. Final two leaves are blanks. Collates complete. 12mo. (6" x 2-3/4"). Contemporary paneled calf with elaborate blind tooling, including a roll border of vine leaves, early hand-lettered titles to top and fore-edges. Negligible rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and lightly worn, small chip to head of spine, pastedowns loose, revealing strips of vellum with early manuscript, later owner stamp of Albert Ehrman to versos of boards, his bookplate (Bibliotheca Broxbourniana) to verso of rear endleaf, later bookseller catalogue description tipped-in to front endleaf. Title page, other leaves in first gathering and leaves in final gathering, which contain the calendar and tables, printed in red and black, woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, a few cracks to text block, light soiling and a small faint stain to title page, a few small worm holes through final gathering, annotations in fine early hand in a few places, later annotations, identifying ownership of Richard Heber and S. Christie-Miller to endleaves. An exceptional copy with an interesting chain of associations. * The first edition issued with a title page and the first typographically handsome printing. Text of Magna Carta and Charta de Foresta in Latin (despite the claim in Redman's title page), statutes in Latin and Law French. First printed by Pynson in 1508, this augmented edition includes the Charta de Foresta of Henry III, statutes and additional information. Among the most notorious statutes are those of Edward I concerning Jews, which condemned them for irreverence and prevented them from practicing usury or acquiring land from Christians through pledges. Other "Antique Statutes" relate to women, wills, forcible entry, "Fraudulent Deedes" and other topics. It also includes a table of cou

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        Magna Carta in F[rench] wherunto is added more statuz than euer was imprynted in any one boke before this tyme, with an Alminacke & a Calender to know the mootes. Necessarye for all yong studiers of the lawe [etc.]. Beale S8; S.T.C. 9273

      London: Imprynted . . . in Fletestrete, by me Robert Redman [etc.], 1539. Contemporary blind panelled calf with a roll border of vine leaves, especially attractive, the Heber / Christie-Miller / Ehrman / Taussig copy Only issuance of an early edition of Magna Carta and the other ancient statutes, its appearance in French just as English translations were also appearing suggesting the continuing importance of that language to law students and the bar generally

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        Tabula seu index atque compendium & epilogus omnium sententiarum diui Thoma

      Venetiis (Venise): Apud haeredes Lucaeantonij Iuntae Florentini, 1539. Fine. Apud haeredes Lucaeantonij Iuntae Florentini, Venetiis (Venise) 1539, In 4 (17x24cm), 4f. 396ff. 127ff., relié. - New edition, after the originator of 1473 in Bologna (under another name). Very rare. Brand Junta printer on the title page and the last page. Dedication to Hercules Gonzaga of Mantua. Absent Brunet. A copy in Oxford and one in the Italian catalog, but nothing in the French catalogs or the BN France.Demi Veal 1800 Back to nerve nets. Part of title brunette. Head cover cropped. Borders frottées.Pietro da Bergamo (died 1482) whose real name Almaldura, his book was called tabula aurea (golden table) because it was the only instrument that is essential for reading and consultation with the work of Saint Thomas (see The tabula di Pietro da bergamo Aurea T. Sterli Trento, published in 2003). The tabula is a universal index of the whole work of Thomas Aquinas. The second part, separate pagination consists of another index: Concordantiae dictorum and conclusionum divi Thomae of aquino. Finally the last section lists the input biblical term (Psalms, Daniel, Deuteronomy ...). This new edition is the work of Vincenzo Giaccari. Having been revered as a saint during his studious existence of Dominican friar, Fra Pietro da Bergamo was buried in the crypt of the chapel SaintThomas Aquinas. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après la princeps de 1473 à Bologne (sous un autre titre). Très rare. Marque de l'imprimeur Junta sur la page de titre et sur le dernier feuillet. Dédicace à Hercule Gonzague de Mantoue. Absent à Brunet. Un exemplaire à Oxford et un dans les catalogue italiens, mais rien dans les catalogues français ni à la BN de France. Reliure en demi veau 1800. Dos à nerfs à filets. Pièce de titre brune. Coiffe de tête rognée. Bordures frottées. Pietro da Bergamo (mort en 1482) de son véritable nom Almaldura, son ouvrage fut appelé la tabula aurea (la table d'or), car elle fut l'unique instrument, essentiel pour la lecture et la consultation de l'oeuvre de Saint thomas (voir La tabula Aurea di pietro da bergamo de T. Sterli Trento, paru en 2003). La tabula est un index universel de l'oeuvre entière de Thomas d'Aquin. Une seconde partie, à pagination séparée est constituée d'un autre index : Concordantiae dictorum et conclusionum divi Thomae de aquino. Enfin une dernière partie recense les entrée par terme biblique (Psaume, Daniel, Deuteronome...). Cette nouvelle édition est l'oeuvre de Vincenzo Giaccari. Après avoir été vénéré comme un saint durant son existence studieuse de frère dominicain, Fra Pietro da Bergamo fut inhumé dans la crypte de la chapelle SaintThomas d'Aquin. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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        Iudith Drama Comicotragicum. Exemplum Reipublic[a]e recte institutae. Unde discitur, quomodo arma co[n]tra Turcam sint capienda

      Philipp Ulhart o.J. (1539), Augsburg - kl. 8°, mit figürlicher Holzschnitttitelbordüre, großer Holzschnittdruckermarke und 2 Holzschnittinitialen, 80 nn. Bll. (le. weiß), neuerer Pgmt. mit Bindebändern i. Stil d. Zt VD16:B5570; Graesse 1, 355 - Erste lateinische Ausgabe. Graesse weist der "Judith", ohne Angabe der Sprachvariante, das Erscheinungsjahr 1539 aus. Der "General Catalogue of Printed Books" des British Museum, Bd. 19, Sp. 615, weist die vorliegende, lateinische Ausgabe ebenso mit 1539 zu. Die erste lateinische Ausgabe, welche unüblicherweise wohl nach der ersten deutschen Ausgabe erschien, unterscheidet sich von der deutschen Ausgabe im Wesentlichen durch die klare Strukturierung in 5 Akte sowie die ausgiebige Vorrede an Johann Jakob und Georg Fugger. Titel mit hs. Eintrag einer Jahreszahl (1538). Papier altersbedingt etwas gebräunt und braunfleckig, die ersten Bll. mit schmalem, leichten Feuchtigkeitsrand oben. Die letzten Bll. mit dünner Wurmspur im äußeren weissen Rand. Gutes Exemplar des seltenen Titels [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LEY que declara o comprimento que ham de ter as espadas.

      - E a pena que auerã as pessoas q doutra maneyra as trouuerem. [Colofon]: Foy impressa esta ley per mandado delRey nosso senhor na cidade de Lisboa: em casa de Germão Galharde empremidor. Aos doze dias do mes de Março. Anno de M.D.XXXIX [1539] annos. Encadernação moderna inteira de pergaminho. Ilustrado no colofón com as armas do Rei de Portugal (duas vinhetas representando as armas do reino e a esfera armilar) e a assinatura manuscrita de Ioham Paaez. Tal como se encontra impresso no final do verso do primeiro fólio: este documento foi assinado pelo Doutor Joam Paez do Desembargo do Rei e Desembargador da sua Corte e Casa da Suplicação, o qual por especial mandado do Rei tinha o cargo de Chanceler Mór do Reino [.] e «não sendo por ele assinada não lhe será dada fé alguma nem crédito». Impresso de grande raridade. Cópia com leves manchas de humidade e restauros marginais. Inocêncio XIII, 385. The law for the limit of the length of swords, Portugal, 1539. The limit is established on circa 1 meter. There were bigger swords, or traditional Iberian swords called «montantes», and reserved only for the authorities. Illustrated in colofón coat-of-arms of the King of Portugal (two vignettes ensemble: one representing the heraldry of the kingdom and the other the kings personal armillary sphere) and the handwritten signature of Ioham Paaez. As it is printed at the retro of folio one: this document was signed by Dr. Joam Paez who was the Royal Chancellor of the King, and Judge President of the High Court [.] and "not being signed by him will not be given any faith or credit to this document'. Decree of great rarity. Copy with light damp stains and marginal restorations of paper. Binding in a modern hard parchment gilt with title. Location/localizacao: Raros

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        D Dionysii Carthusiani insigne comentariorum opus in Psalmos omnes Dauidi

      Parisiis|(Paris): Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon, 1539. Fine. Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon, Parisiis (Paris) 1539 et 1536, in-folio (22x33,5cm), (12f.n.c.) CCCXXVII ff. [Sig (a)-(b)?, a-z?, I? L2?, A-S? (-S8)] et (8f.n.c.) et CCCLXXXIII ff., deux volumes reliés en un. - Fourth edition produced by Lodoycus Tiletanus for the first text; this edition has been shared between multiple printers and booksellers in Paris. Brand of printer in the title page. Initials. Colophon: Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. MD XXXIX. Not listed in Adams. Edition found several times in the British Library catalog but in different printers. The second book seems to have appeared for the first time in 1532. Magnificent title page woodcut, with the brand of the printer Claude Chevallon Christ in glory and a Nativity with the Virgin Mary and the Magi, symbolic images depicting the position of the widow of Claude Chevallon. Initials. We do not find this edition in English catalogs; a copy of the BNF to the date of 1536 in Gilles de Gourmont. Full brown sheepskin eighteenth. Back to six nerves adorned boxes, arabesques and small florets golden. Cuts and caps highlighted with golden roulette. All slices speckled red. A small loss in the second joint and a flat sections. Scuffs. A few small wormholes. Numerous handwritten notes on the texts, which were trimmed at the time the work was connected again in the eighteenth century. Two very light marginal foxing affecting some pages, otherwise good copy. 65 lines per page. Scriptural writings of Dionysius the Carthusian were published in 1530 and include 14 books, two books that we offer concern two fundamental texts of the Bible: Psalms of David and the four Gospels, two sets, one of the Old will, the second New, quite emblematic reading by the Catholic Church of the Church of Christ. These comments, made authority upon publication (Denys died in 1471) because they bring together all the opinions of the church fathers and theologians of his time. The multiplication of editions of Dionysius in the thirties based on the vast movement against reform-committed by the Church. Protestantism indeed overwhelmingly based on reading the Bible, and the Catholic Church was, drawing on its history, to have the exegetical monopoly. In addition, the Church and supported with Dionysius the Carthusian on a large philosophical and mystical figure involved in spiritual and Christian renewal, plus a canonical figure (the doctrinal position of Dionysius is median between Aristotle, Plato, and St. Augustine ), which is directly opposed to that of Luther, excommunicated in 1521 and outlawed by the Empire shortly after. A bookplate of the nineteenth century one of the guards, as well as several other non-identifiable at the end of the first text and the title page of the second. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Quatrième édition réalisée par Lodoycus Tiletanus pour le premier texte ; cette édition ayant été partagée entre de multiples imprimeurs-libraires à Paris. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Lettrines. Colophon : Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. M. D. XXXIX. Non répertorié dans Adams. Edition que l'on trouve plusieurs fois au catalogue de la British Library mais chez différents imprimeurs. Le second ouvrage semble avoir paru pour la première fois en 1532. Magnifique page de titre gravée sur bois, avec la marque de l'imprimeur Claude Chevallon, le Christ en gloire et une nativité avec la Vierge et les rois mages, images symboliques figurant la position de la veuve de Claude Chevallon. Lettrines. On ne trouve pas cette édition dans les catalogues anglais ; un exemplaire à la BNF à la date de 1536 chez Gilles de Gourmont. Reliure en pleine basane brune XVIIIe. Dos à six nerfs ornés de caissons, d'arabesques et de petits fleurons dorés. Coupes et coiffes soulignées d'une roulette dorée. Toutes tranches mouchetées rouge. Un petit manque au niveau du mors du second plat et de l'une des coupes. Épidermures. Quelques petits trous de vers. Nombreuses notes manuscrites sur les deux textes, qui ont été rognées au moment où l'ouvrage fut relié à nouveau au XVIIIe siècle. Deux très pâles mouillures marginales portant atteinte à quelques pages, sinon bel exemplaire. 65 lignes par page. Les écrits scripturaires de Denys le Chartreux ont été publiés dès 1530 et comprennent 14 livres, les deux ouvrages que nous proposons concernent deux textes fondamentaux de la Bible : les psaumes de David et les quatre évangiles, deux ensembles, l'un de l'Ancien testament, le second du Nouveau, tout à fait emblématiques de la lecture par l'Eglise catholique de l'église du Christ. Ces commentaires, firent autorité dès leur publication (Denys meurt en 1471) car ils rassemblent l'ensemble des opinions des pères de l'église et des théologiens de son temps. La multiplication des éditions de Denys dans les années trente repose sur le vaste mouvement de contre-réforme engagé par l'Eglise. Le protestantisme reposait en effet primordialement sur la lecture de la Bible, et l'Eglise catholique se devait, en puisant dans son histoire, d'en avoir le monopole exégétique. En outre, l'Eglise s'appuyait ainsi avec Denys le Chartreux sur une grande figure mystique et philosophique participant au renouveau spirituel et chrétien, de plus une figure canonique (la position doctrinale de Denys étant médiane, entre Aristote, Platon, et Saint Augustin), laquelle s'opposait directement à celle de Luther, excommunié en 1521 et mis au ban de l'Empire peu après. Un ex-libris du XIXe siècle sur l'une des gardes, ainsi que plusieurs autres non-identifiables à la fin du premier texte et sur la page de titre du second.

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        LUCENSIS CIVITATIS STATUTA NUPERRIME CASTIGATA, ET QUAM ACCURATISSIME IMPRESSA. Ioannes Baptista Phaellus Bononiensis Lucensi Aere Publico impressit, sub Anno a Nativitatate Domini Nostri Iesu Christi MDXXXIC. Cal. Martiis.

      Testo latino. Cm.34,2x23,2. Carte 5 non numerate, CCCXXXIX numerate solo al recto, una non numerata. Legatura coeva, leggermente allentata, in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli manoscritti, sbiaditi, al dorso a cinque nervature. Frontespizio adornato da ampia cornice a volute spiraliformi con elementi fitomorfi simmetrici. Alcuni capilettera incisi. L'ultima carta riporta una stupenda silografia raffigurante lo stemma della Repubblica sormontato da putti e, al piede, il motto "Iustitia, et pax osculatae sunt", ed è preceduta da una dedicatoria ad Enrico Boccella. Esemplare privo del foglio di guardia anteriore, fresco nell'impressione, con ampi margini. Numerose chiose d'epoca ad inchiostro sparse nel testo, che suggeriscono trattarsi di esemplare da studio. Dopo l'edizione del 1490 di Arrigo da Colonia, il Consiglio Generale, nella seduta del 20 ottobre 1536, commissionò al bolognese Faelli la seconda edizione a stampa, in latino e in volgare, degli Statuti lucchesi, dando ad entrambe le versioni la stessa valenza giuridica. La traduzione fu affidata a Tobia Sirti. Il testo latino vide la luce il primo marzo 1539, il testo italiano il 26 agosto dello stesso anno. Non fu compresa la parte riguardante il diritto costituzionale. > Lozzi, I, 326 "Frontespizio chiuso da elegantissima cornice, edizione veramente splendida, che si volle affidata più tosto ad un egr. impressore di Bologna, che ad un lucchese. Si avverta che dopo le date finali, vi debbono essere due carte, l'una per una dedicatoria del riordinatore degli statuti, l'altra pel magnifico stemmma della città". Graesse, VI, 484. Mostra Storica della Tipografia Lucchese, 18 "Bellissima edizione". Manzoni, II, 240. Olschki Choix, 20045. Sander, 4027. Chelazzi, IV, 124 / 124, "Questa nuova compilazione dello Statuto Comunale fu decisa, sulla base del testo 1446, nel Consiglio del 13 e 17 novembre 1527".

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        Idyllia trigintasex, recens e graeco in latinum, ad uerbum, translata; Andrea Diuo Iustinopolitano interprete. Eiusdem Epigrammata, Bipennis, Ala, & Ara, latinitati donata; eodem Andrea Diuo interprete.

      Venetiis, apud haeredes D. Iacob a Burgofrancho, Papiensis. 1539 - 8°, mz. marocc. 700sco con oro. Pp.(48), 150, (2). Marca tip., splendido front. architettonico animato e 3 ill. a p.pag. (Ala, Ara, Bipenne), capilett. ornati il tutto inc. in xil. Tracce d’ossid. alle ult. pp., piccolo foro al margine dell’ultima pagina ma veramente buon es. Rarissima 1a edizione della versione del Divo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Libro llamado Consulado de mar

      Valencia: Francisco Diaz Romano, 1539. Hardcover. Very Good. 4to [19.3 x 13.7 cm]. (8) ff., clviii ff., title page printed in red and black with woodcut borderpieces, 9-line woodcut on title page (depicting ship in harbor and sailors on shore praying to Madonna and Child), 17-line woodcut on verso of fol. cxxxvi (twelve seated merchants or sailors or lawyers in discussion), woodcut initials throughout, contemporary red ink ruling around textblock and separating chapters throughout. Bound in early vellum. Title page a bit dusty, very minor water staining in outer margin of first few gatherings, minor corner losses to a few leaves, minor handsoiling, fol. [cvi] with contemporary inscription about the formalities of retaking a vessel captured by enemies, pencil renumbering of chapters in places. Rare first Spanish (Castilian) edition (1539) of the Consulate of the Sea, the maritime legal code developed in late-medieval Barcelona to govern Mediterranean commerce, and a book considered by early Spanish and Italian explorers as a document "whose authority was above all others" (Jados, xiii). First compiled in Catalan by a certain Francis Celelles around 1350, the Consulado formed the core of international maritime law until the Napoleonic reforms of the nineteenth-century. The low survival rate of pre-1550 editions and the use of the vernacular in all early versions of the text (Palau does not locate a Latin translation) likely point to the book's value as a working reference tool among investors, merchants and seamen. The need for a Spanish-language edition of the Consulate (in addition to the Catalan version) likely grew from the increasing political and cultural hegemony of a united Spain following the unification of Castille and Aragon at the 1492 marriage of Isabella I and Ferdinand II, and from the expanding role of Spanish vessels in 16th-century global exploration. The Consulado de mar discusses legal jurisdictions; legal procedures; partnerships and shareholding; the commissioning of shipwrights; the staffing of ships (with patron, merchant, clerk, helmsman, cook, servants, etc.); responsibilities for damaged cargos; obligations to vessels in distress; procedures for jettisoning cargo; provisioning and equipping vessels; protocols for arriving at port; responsibility for vessel repairs; salvage laws; etiquette concerning passengers; divvying up the personal property of deceased passengers and sailors; the hire and discharge of sailors; matters of fees, payments, and wages; disputes between captains and sailors; enlistment and discharge; punishments for sailor theft, desertion and violence; appropriate dress and arms for sailors; the laws surrounding shipwreck; special wine shipping procedures; engagements and ransom with armed enemy vessels; the breakage of cargo aboard ships; property rights after mutiny; rules for commanding armed vessels; privateer ordinances; dividing booty; outfitting privateer vessels (with sailors, crossbowmen, lookouts, barbers, guards, ruddermen, ensigns, jolly-boat men, an attack force, grappling-hook men, admiral's guards, authenticators, carpenters, caulkers, consuls, captains, clerks, stewards, navigators, servants, etc.), and the strict requirement that cats be purchased to defend cargo from mice. The first 1484 Barcelona (Catalan) edition, the first Italian edition (Rome in 1519), and the 1577 first French edition (Aix) are each outstandingly rare today. OCLC identifies U.S. copies of this Spanish first edition at Yale, Harvard (imperfect), Michigan (imperfect), and Kansas (imperfect).

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        Entremangeries et guerres ministrales. C'est - à - dire haines, contradictions, accusations, condamnations, malédictions, excommunications, fureurs & furies des Ministres de ce siècle, les uns contre les autres, touchant les principaux fondemens de la Foy,etc

      Petit in - 8 (16,8 x 11,3 cm), (16) ff. - 389 - (12) pp., maroquin vert, dos lisse orné, dentelle entourant les plats, pointillés sur les coupes (reliure XVIIIe). Troisième édition, augmentée par l'auteur. "François Feuardent (Coutances 1539 - Bayeux 1610), controversiste français, combattit les hérétiques et devint un de leurs plus violents adversaires. Son zèle catholique l'entraîna dans la Ligue, qu'il soutint par des prédications véhémentes et particulièrement injurieuses pour Henri III et Henri IV." (Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie générale, T. 17, col. 591). (dos passé, quelques menus défauts). / / Small octavo (16,8 x 11,3 cm), (16) ff. - 389 - (12) pp., green morocco, smooth spine tooled, dentelle border on covers, gilt dotted line on turns - in (XVIIIth cent. binding). Third edition, with added text by the author. "François Feuardent (Coutances 1539 - Bayeux 1610), French controversist, was one of the most fierce adversaries of the heretics. His catholic zeal pulled him in the Ligue, which he supported with violent and particularly offensive preachings for Henri III and Henri IV." (Hoefer, Nouvelle Biographie générale, vol. 17, col. 591). (spine faded, some small defects).

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        Gynaeceum, Siue|| Theatrvm Mvlie-||rvm, In Qvo Praecipvarvm|| Omnivm Per Evropam In Primis, Na-||tionvm, Gentivm, Popvlorvmqve, Cvivscvnqve|| dignitatis, ordinis, status, conditionis, professionis,|| aetatis, foemineos habitus videre est,|| Artificiosissimis Nvnc Primvm|| figuris, neq[ue] vsquam antehac pari elegantia|| editis, expressos a|| Iodoco Amano.|| Additis Ad Singvlas Figvras Singvlis|| octostichis Francisci Modii Brvg.|| Opvs Cvm Ad Foeminei Sexvs commenda-||tionem, ... M.D.LXXXVI. Francoforti, Impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii.

      . Iost Amman (1539-1591) ; Franciscus Modius (1556-1597). Gynaeceum, Siue|| Theatrvm Mvlie-||rvm, In Qvo Praecipvarvm|| Omnivm Per Evropam In Primis, Na-||tionvm, Gentivm, Popvlorvmqve, Cvivscvnqve|| dignitatis, ordinis, status, conditionis, professionis,|| aetatis, foemineos habitus videre est,|| Artificiosissimis Nvnc Primvm|| figuris, neq[ue] vsquam antehac pari elegantia|| editis, expressos a|| Iodoco Amano.|| Additis Ad Singvlas Figvras Singvlis|| octostichis Francisci Modii Brvg.|| Opvs Cvm Ad Foeminei Sexvs commenda-||tionem, ... M.D.LXXXVI. Francoforti, Impensis Sigismundi Feyrabendii. [Sigmund Feyerabend (1528-1590). Frankfurt 1586] Titelblatt Rot- und Schwarzdruck, 2 Blätter (jeweils beidseitig Text, und zwar "Ad serenissimam Isabellam Austriacam Galliae reginam"), 49 Blätter mit insgesamt 52 Holzschnitten, 1 S. Corrigenda, 1 Bl. Kolophon (Druckermarke). Ohne Einband. Zustand: Das Titelblatt, der Text und einige Blätter (mit Abbildungen der Frauentrachten) sind fachmännisch restauriert worden. Die Bindung ist teilweise gelöst, das heißt die Blätter sind lose. Die Blätter sind goldumrandet (Goldschnitt). Das so genannte "Frauentrachtenbuch" ist unvollständig - vollständig soll es 120 Blätter mit 122 Holzschnitten beinhalten. Ein äußerst seltener Titel. Weitere Photoabbildungen der einzelnen Blätter sende ich Ihnen gerne auf Anfrage zu..

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        D. Dionysii Carthusiani insigne comentariorum opus, in Psalmos omnes Dauidicos. Quos ipse multiplici sensu quantum fieri potuit, nempe Literali, Allegorico, Tropologico, & Anagogico (id quod nemo hactenus praestitit) non nisi solidissimis sacrae scripturae locis, doctissime explanat. [Ensemble] D. Dionysii carthusiani, in quatuor evangelistas enarrationes, praeclare admodum, & ab eruditissimis optimisque viris quam diutissime desideratae, atque nunc ex altera : eaque diligentissima ad archetypon recognitione, sublatis mendis quibus scatebant pluribus, quam diligentissime excusae

      Fourth edition produced by Lodoycus Tiletanus for the first text; this edition has been shared between multiple printers and booksellers in Paris. Brand of printer in the title page. Initials. Colophon: Parisiis, Excudebat Iohannes Lodoycus Tiletanus. MD XXXIX. Not listed in Adams. Edition found several times in the British Library catalog but in different printers. The second book seems to have appeared for the first time in 1532. Magnificent title page woodcut, with the brand of the printer Claude Chevallon Christ in glory and a Nativity with the Virgin Mary and the Magi, symbolic images depicting the position of the widow of Claude Chevallon. Initials. We do not find this edition in English catalogs; a copy of the BNF to the date of 1536 in Gilles de Gourmont. Full brown sheepskin eighteenth. Back to six nerves adorned boxes, arabesques and small florets golden. Cuts and caps highlighted with golden roulette. All slices speckled red. A small loss in the second joint and a flat sections. Scuffs. A few small wormholes. Numerous handwritten notes on the texts, which were trimmed at the time the work was connected again in the eighteenth century. Two very light marginal foxing affecting some pages, otherwise good copy. 65 lines per page. Scriptural writings of Dionysius the Carthusian were published in 1530 and include 14 books, two books that we offer concern two fundamental texts of the Bible: Psalms of David and the four Gospels, two sets, one of the Old will, the second New, quite emblematic reading by the Catholic Church of the Church of Christ. These comments, made authority upon publication (Denys died in 1471) because they bring together all the opinions of the church fathers and theologians of his time. The multiplication of editions of Dionysius in the thirties based on the vast movement against reform-committed by the Church. Protestantism indeed overwhelmingly based on reading the Bible, and the Catholic Church was, drawing on its history, to have the exegetical monopoly. In addition, the Church and supported with Dionysius the Carthusian on a large philosophical and mystical figure involved in spiritual and Christian renewal, plus a canonical figure (the doctrinal position of Dionysius is median between Aristotle, Plato, and St. Augustine ), which is directly opposed to that of Luther, excommunicated in 1521 and outlawed by the Empire shortly after. A bookplate of the nineteenth century one of the guards, as well as several other non-identifiable at the end of the first text and the title page of the second. Apud Ambrosium Girault et In aedibus Claudii Chevallon Parisiis 1539 et 1536 in-folio (22x33,5cm) (12f.n.c.) CCCXXVII ff. [Sig (a)-(b)?, a-z?, I? L2?, A-S? (-S8)] et (8f.n.c.) et CCCLXXXIII ff. deux volumes reliés en un

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        Poemata omnia, studio ac diligentia Henrici Glareani recognita, eiusdemque annotationibus illustrata: quibus & permulta autoris loca hactenus deprauata, & commentariorum infiniti errores... Adiecta sunt praeterea ubiq(ue) argumenta, & carminum rationes. 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Freiburg im Breisgau, (Johann Faber) 1539-40. 8°. 8 Bll., 383 S.; 164 S. 2 Bll., mit 3 Holzschn.-Druckermarken u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen, blindgepr. Schweinsldr. über Holzdeckeln d. Zt.

      . . Diese Ausgabe nicht im VD 16 und auch sonst kein Exemplar im KVK u. WorldCat nachweisbar - STC 415 - nicht in Adams.- Sehr seltene Horatius Ausgabe (dritte bei Faber erschienene) mit umfangreichen Kommentar des Henricus Glareanus (die "annotationes" des Glareanus von 1539 mit eigenem Titel u. Paginierung).- Tls. etw. braun- od. wasserfleckig, 1 Init. u. 1 Druckerm. mit brauner Farbe angemalt, letzten 7 Bll. mit Braunfleck im Bug, tls. umfangr. hs. Anmerkungen, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben, Schließen fehlen.# Very rare edition (no copy in WorldCat and KVK).- Partly a little brown- or waterspotted.

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        Von der Artzney bayder Glück des guten und widerwärtigen. 85 einzelne Original-Holzschnitte aus dem Werk.

      Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner 1539.. Auflage:0. Sammelalbum eines Sammlers zu Ende des 18. Jahrhunderts. Alle Holzschnitte ausgeschnitten und an drei Punkten im Album fixiert. Auf erster Seite von seiner Hand notiert: "Folgende Blätter sind aus: Zwey Bücher Francisi Petrarce. deß hochgelehrten und berümbten Poeten und Oratoris Trostbuch vom minderwärtigen Glück und vom guten Glück. Augsburg durch H. Steyner 1540". Teilweise wurden auch die Kapitelüberschriften zu den jeweiligen Holzschnitten von ihm hinzugefügt. Des weiteren enthält das Sammelalbum noch rd. 100 ausgeschnittene Holzschnitte unterschiedlicher Größen, z. Tl. auch aus Inkunabeln, aus dem frühen 16. Jahrhundert und von Künstlern wie Jost Amann und Georg Scharfenberger. Eine Fundgrube für Liebhaber früher Holzschnitte.

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        Praecepta genethliaca, sive de prognosticandis hominum nativitatibus commentarius eruditissimus, in quo non solum Astrologiae praecepta & certa istius fundamenta demonstrantur. Frankfurt a. M., W. Richter für J. T. Schönwetter und K. Meul. 1607. 4°. 4 Bll., 227 S., mit breiter gestoch., figürl. Titelbordüre u. einigen astrolog. Holzschn.-Darstellungen im Text.- Angeb.: Camerarius Johann Rudolph, Horarum natalium centuria una, sive Narratio historica, variorum in vita casuum, mirabilum in fortunis et honoribus. Ebda. 1607. 124 S., Mit zahlr. astrolog. Holzschn.-Darstellungen im Text, mod. Ldr. mit Rtitel.

      . . I. VD 17, 12:287237B - Houzeau-L. 5033 - Zinner 4154 - Wellcome I, 4942.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- Das einzige astrologische werk des bekannten reformierten Theologen Christoph Pezel (1539-1604). Er war der "Begründer des reformierten Bekenntnisses in Naussau und Bremen" (ADB XXV, 575).- II. VD 17, 23:287241N - Houzeau-L. I, 5047 - Zinner 4129 - Lalande 147 - wellcome I, 1230.- Seltene erste Ausgabe.- Enthält kurze Horoskope und Viten von Fürstlichkeiten, Gelehrten, aber auch zahlr. bürgerlichen Personen seiner Zeit, darunter viele Frauen, einige Namen sind auch nur mit den Initialen wiedergegeben.- Johann Rudolph Camerarius (1578-1635) war Arzt in Tübingen.- Etw. gebräunt, erster Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, zu Beginn tlw. etwas wurmstichig, 1 Bl. mit kl. Randausriss - Tlw. etwas fleckig und gebräunt.# Two rare astrological works in the first edition.- Somewhat browned, modern leather binding.

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        RIME DELLA DIVINA VETTORIA COLONNA MARCHESANA DI PESCARA DI NUOVO RISTAMPATE, AGGIUNTOVI LE SUE STANZE, E CON DILIGENZA CORRETTE

      (s.n.t.), 1539.. In-16 p. (mm. 153x95), p. pergam. molle antica (risg. rifatti), tagli dorati, 48 cc.nn. (l?'ultima bianca); frontespizio racchiuso entro una pregevole cornice figurata. ?"Le rime della poetessa Colonna (1492 ca.-1547) rappresentano uno dei più interessanti documenti della lirica cinquecentesca, al di fuori degli schemi del petrarchismo in cui solitamente sono ascritte?" (così Diz. opere Bompiani,VI, p. 268). Cfr. Brunet,II,161: ?"Les poésies de cette femme célèbre sont estimées: elles parurent d?'abord à Parme, 1538; mais cette première édition n?'est point complète. Celle de 1539, sans nom de ville ni d?'imprimeur; celle de Florence, ad instanza di Nicolo d?'Aristotele detto il Zoppino, 1539; de Venise, Comin da Trino, 1540 e 1544, ont reçu successivement des augmentations?". Tutte queste edizioni sono assai rare. Solo lievi tracce d?'uso, alone su 1 carta, ma complessivame. ben conservato.

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        Habes hic amice lector. P. Terentii Comoedias una cum interpretationibus Aelii Donati: Guidonis Iuvenalis Caenomani: Io. Calphurnii viri apprime docti: necnon & Servii ac Iodoci Badii Ascensii. Insuper & scholia ex Donati: Asperi: & Cornuti commentariis decerpta. Necnon & Phylippi Melancthonis in eiusdem Terentii comoedias argumenta. [.] Correcta quaedam & consulum nomina: idque studio & opera Des. Erasmi Roterodami ex veterum exemplariorum collatione. Ad haec accessit copiosissimus & accuratissimus index [.]

      - (In fine: Venetiis, per Venturinum de Roffinellis, 1539 die VIII mensis Maii), in-folio, leg. cinquecentesca in piena pergamena floscia (sguardie settecentesche), cc. [12], CCVII, [1], bianca l'ultima carta. Con front. impresso in rosso e nero inquadrato da bellissima cornice xilografica di motivi fitomorfi mescolati con motivi zoomorfi, 5 belle ill. xilografiche a mezza pagina, iniziali xilografiche. Alcune antiche sottolineature al testo, gore marginali delle quali una, al margine esterno delle carte, comincia a metà del volume in maniera molto leggera ma va via via crescendo e nelle ultime 6 carte ha creato una mancanza con perdita di testo rimediata a suo tempo con un restauro reintegrativo non impeccabile. Terenzio fu uno degli autori preferiti da Erasmo: da ricordare l'edizione da lui curata per Aldo Manuzio nel 1507. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GEOGRAPHICORUM LIB. XVII

      Basileae, apud Joa. Walder, 1539. In-4 (mm. 330 x 218), p. pergam. molle antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 44 cc.nn., 549 pp.num., 13 cc.nn., frontespizio inquadrato in elaborata cornice figurata con marca tipograf.; ornato da pregevoli fregi e grandi capilettera istoriati; altra marca tipograf. al verso dell?'ultima carta (che è bianca), tutti in silografia; caratteri rotondi, testo in latino e con parti anche in greco. Nell?'opera: ?"Olim ut putatur a "Guarino Veronensi et Gregorio Trifernate" latinitate donati, iam denuo a "Conrado Heresbachio".. ad fidem Graeci exemplaris, authorumque, qui huc facere videbantur, recogniti, ac plerisque locis deintegro versi. Item epitomae eorundem decem & septem de Geographia librorum, nunc primum de Graeco sermone in Latinum conversae, "Hieronymo Gemusaeo" interprete. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,III,3563: ?"Belle édition fort estimée?" - Adams,II,1904. ?"Strabone, storico e geografo greco (prima del 60 a.C. - ca 20 d.C.) viaggiò a lungo e visse anche a Roma . L?'opera sua, a noi giunta per intero, è la "Geografia", forse già compiuta nel 7 a.C., salvo più tarde aggiunte. E?' un vasto trattato, fondamentale per la nostra conoscenza del mondo antico, in larga parte composto su informazioni tratte da fonti (e non da esperienze personali di viaggio). E?' anche una miniera di notizie storiche ed erudite.?" Così Diz. Treccani,XI, p. 734. La p. 239 restaur. al marg. inf. per strappi, con lievi e uniformi arross. e fiorit. interc. nel t. ma certam. un buon esempl. marginoso.

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        Dionysii Areopagitae episcopi Atheniensis Libri duo, alter de mystica theologia, alter de diuinis nominibus Marsilio Ficino et interprete, et explanatore. Quibus nunc Graeca quoque lectio adiecta est,..

      Venetiis: in aedibus Bartholomaei de Zanettis Casterzogensis 1539 In 16, pp. 251 (numerazione di una sola colonna). Rilegat. coeva t. pergamena. Glosse e qualche sottolineatura alle prime 98 pp. Da pag. 2 a pag. 13 piccola macchietta al bordo delle pp. Un alone al margine inf. del frontespizio.

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        New Kreütter Buch: von Underscheydt, Würckung und Namen der Kreütter so in teütschen Landen wachsen ; auch der selbigen eygentlichem und wolgegründtem Gebrauch in der Artznei, zu behalten und zu fürdern Leibs Gesuntheyt fast nutz und tröstlichen, vorab gemeynem Verstand. Wie das

      Straßburg : Rihel, 1539. - CLXXIIII, LXXXVIII Bl., 1539.. 4°, gebundene Ausgabe. CLXXIIII, LXXXVIII Bl. Leder u. Beschläge vom Einband nicht vorhanden, Titelseite fingerschmutzig.

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        Undergerichts Ordung des Ertzstiffts Thrier, durch den Hochwirdigsten iñ Gottvatter, Fürsten vnd herren, Herrn Johansen Ertzbischouen zu Thrier des heyligen R[oe]mischen Reichs durch Gallien, vnd das K[oe]nigreich Arelaten Ertzcantzler vnd Churfürsten ... seiner Churfürstlichen gnaden Vnterthanen zu gutem aufftzericht vnd gegeben, Jm Jare M. D. XXXIX

      Mainz, Ivo Schöffer 1539. 30 cm. 50, (4) Blatt mit großem Wappenholzschn. auf dem Titel, großer Holzschnitt-Initiale, 1 Textholzschnitt und Holzschnitt-Druckermarke von Conrad Faber von Kreuznach. Biegsamer Antiphonar-Pgt.-Umschlag - VD16 T1939 - Roth, Schöffer 200, 50 - 2. Ausgabe der Gerichtsordnung des Erzbischofs Johannes von Metzenhausen. Titel und Titelholzschn. (Trierer Wappen) in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Blattränder stellenweise leicht gebräunt, Titelblatt am Rand kleine Fehlstelle unterlegt -

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