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        1541 HUGE LAW FOLIO Alexander Tartagni Commentary Justinian Codex Imola Venice

      Venetiis: M.D.XL.I [1541]. First edition. CNCE 49234 - 1541 HUGE LAW FOLIO Alexander Tartagni Commentary Justinian Codex Imola Venice Famous commentary on Justinian Law! A rare first edition of Alessandro Tartagni’s Commentaries. Tartagni, also known as Alexander de Imola, was a 15th-century Italian jurist who gained his fame from his commentary on the Justinian Digest and Codex. Tartagni was one of the leading members of the generation of jurists who followed Bartolus. His writing showed a mastery of both Civil and Canonic Law and it was reflected in the popularity of his commentary. This work deals mostly with property and contracts. Item number: #315 Price: $1095 TARTAGNI, Alessandro Alexander de Imola in secundam infortiati: secunda pars commentariorum Alexandri Tartagni Imolensis, Iuris tum Pontificij, tum Caesarei Doctoris nominatissimi, super infortiato Digesti, exactissima vigilantia castigate, actypis elegatiuseulis denuo excussa. Cui accesserunt Annotationes praeclarissimoruvirou divi Francisci de curte, divi Bernardini de landriano, ac divi Francisci de doctoribus. Necnon apostillae et copluriu neotericoru sub his caracteribus signatae. Venetiis: M.D.XL.I [1541]. First edition. CNCE 49234 Details: • Collation complete with all leaves: [1]-158 o Signatures: Aa-Tt8, U6 • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: Latin • Size: ~18in X 14in (46cm x 35.5cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Eine Predigt von Judas Geitz.

      Wittenberg Georg Rhau Format: Kl-4° 28 nn Bl Mit breiter Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und 2 Metallschnitt-Initialen Schwarzbrauner Maroquinband um 1880 über 5 Bünde mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und reichen Innenkanten-Dentelles signiert vom Buchbinder Hans Asper kaum sichtbar berieben 1541 - *** Erste und einzige Ausgabe der umfangreichen Predigt des Theologen und Reformators Jakob Schenck (1508-1554) über die Passionsberichte des Matthäus (Mt. 26-27), wo von dem Verrat des Apostels Judas berichtet wird: „Da gieng hin der Zwelffen einer, mit namen Judas Ischarioth, zu den Hohenpriestern, und sprach, Was wolt ir mir geben, ich will jn euch verrhaten " Schenk untersucht darin vor allem die Geldgier des Judas Ischarioth, der Christus für „dreissig silberling" an die Römer verrät. Jakob Schenck stammt aus Bad Waldsee, studierte in Wittenberg, wo er mit Luther, Melanchthon und Justus Jonas zusammentraf. Herzog Heinrich der Fromme von Sachsen stellte ihn dann als seinen Hofprediger in Freiberg ein. Die Herzogsgattin Katharina von Mecklenburg finanzierte seine Promotion, die er im Jahre 1536 ablegte. Er hielt sich in Weimar auf und ging im Jahre des vorliegenden Druckes nach Leipzig, dann nach Berlin und wieder nach Leipzig, wo er starb. Der Druck gehört zu den seltensten aus der Offizin des Georg Rhau und fällt durch seinen besonders hübschen Satz auf. Die prächtige Titelbordüre zeigt oben ein von Engeln gehaltenes Leichtentuch mit dem Vera Icon Christi und unten das von zwei Putten präsentierte „Wappen" Christi mit den Insignien des Heilands. Dargestellt sind im wahren und doppelten Wortsinn die „Arma Christi", die Marterwerkzeuge Kreuz, Dornenkrone, Lanze, Essigschwamm, INRI-Schild etc. Sehr breitrandiger, nahezu tadellos sauberer Druck in bestem Zustand. Exlibris Champel „Mente libera". VD 16, S 2585. Nicht bei Knaake oder Kuczynski. Erste und einzige Ausgabe

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        Sermones in epistolas quadragesiomales excelleti novos ordine ab ipsomet digesti :tu evangelicis eu canonicis autoritatibus egregie fulciti/r hac nuperrima impressione reintegrati ut eos visitantibuis liquere poterit.

      Benedictum Bonnyn, 1541. In 16°, p. perg. a codici, cc.nn. 5 + cc.n. 130. SEGUE: Sermones in Evangelia quadragesimalia excelleti novous ordine ab ipsomet digesti ...cc.nn. 9 + cc.n. 333. Front. fig. Capilettera. Sulle ultime pag. di entrambi i tomi è impressa marca tipografica. Stampa a carattere gotico. Cerniera staccata, sciolto. D. rinforzato. I sermoni di G. Pepin (morto nel 1533) raggiunsero un tale prestigio che il suo nome diede luogo al neologismo pepinizzare, cioe' predicare elegantemente , e al detto popolare: nescit praedicare qui nescit pepinare. Escludendo le mende alla rilegatura vol. in condizioni più che buone, raramente reperibile.

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        Ein Oration. Lateinisch gestellet, hernach zu gemeynem nutz verteutschet.

      Ohne Ort, (Nürnberg, J. Petreius), 1541. - 4°. 6 Bll. Rückenbroschur VD 16 F 2265; Adams F 429; nicht bei Hohenemser. Erste deutsche Ausgabe, bei Steiner in Augsburg war im selben Jahr die lateinische Oratio erschienen (Széchényi 247). - Kaiser Ferdinand unternahm 1541 einen Versuch zur vollständigen Rückeroberung Ungarns. Daraufhin brach Suleiman eher widerwillig mit einem großen Heer nach Ungarn auf und eroberte am 29. August 1541 Buda. Er beschloss eine Dreiteilung Ungarns und überließ König Ferdinand I. weiterhin den Westen, den Osten dagegen dem Großfürsten Johann Sigismund. Dafür wurde Zentralungarn mit der Hauptstadt Buda dem Osmanischen Reich einverleibt und fortan von einem Großgouverneur verwaltet. Die neueste Literatur in ?West Bohemian Historical review? VI, 2016, darin M. Hille, Türkengefahr als Kommunikationsprozeß, S. 25 (unsere Flugschrift allerdings falsch datiert): ?Die Ereignisse von 1541 schlugen Wellen in ganz Europa und führten zu einem erheblichen Anstieg der Flugschriftenproduktion. Wien befürchtete eine weitere Belagerung, Kursachsen einen Vorstoß nach Mähren und selbst Rom sah die Türken bereits vor den Toren der Stadt stehen. Eindringlich ermahnten die evangelischen und altgläubigen Kanzelredner das Kirchenvolk den Türkenzehnten zu zahlen und für den Sieg zu beten. Von Luthers Heerpredigt Wider den Türken und der Vermanunge zum Gebet erschienen gleich mehrere Neuauflagen, doch auch die gedruckte Türkenrede des Agramer Bischofs Franziskus Frangepan vor Kaiser und Reich in Regensburg am 9. Juni 1541 stieß auf breite Resonanz. [Seine] ?Oration [. . . ] gehalten zu Regenspurg am 9. Juni 1542 [sic]?, 1542, aufgeführt bei GÖLLNER, Bd. 1, u. a. S. 327 f., Nr. 692?694, S. 324 f., Nr. 683, 684.? - Der Franziskaner Ferenc Frangepan (1490-1543) wurde 1530 Erzbischof von Kalocsa-Bács, 1539 Bischof von Eger und starb in Bratislava (laut Jöcher-Adelung an Gicht). Er ruft zum entschlossenen Kampf gegen die Türken auf und mahnt: ?Ich halt und glaub, ir haben ewer hoffnung auff ewre wolbewarten Stett gesetzet. Ich sag euch aber, das kein Munition oder Vesten den wütigen grimmigen Türcken vorsteht. Dieweil inen nicht zu vest, weder zu tieff, noch zu hoch gewesen seind .? (folgt eine Aufzählung aller von den Türken eroberten Gebiete). - Einige zeitgenössische Unterstreichungen, oben mit kleinem Braunrand, rechts mit Blattweiser, sonst gut. ". [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Comoediae sex Paris ex officina Rob Stephani 1540 colophon January

      

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        Epistolarum libri X. Panegyricus Traiano principi dictus. De viris illustribus in re militari, & in administranda Rep. Item Suetonii Tranquilli De claris grammaticis & rhetoribus. Julii Obsequentis Prodigiorum liber. .Basel, (colophon: Andream Cratandrum, March) 1526. 8vo. With publisher's woodcut Fortuna device on verso of the last leaf and fine decorated woodcut initials. Contemporary blind-panel-stamped calf over wooden boards, with 4 different blind-stamped rectangular panels (2 on each board), each with 6 or 8 birds and animals in floral decoration, surrounded by text, 1 panel signed by Anthoine de Gavere, gilt and gauffered edges.

      - Adams P-1541; BMC STC German, p. 704; VD 16, P3485; for the binding: cf. Devauchelle I, p. 60; S. Fogelmark pp. 86, 88, 126, 151, 171, 178, 185, 218, and plates XI, XXXVII R 81 (variant), and XL R 104; Gruel II, 85-87. Fine 16th-century Flemish panel-stamped binding, signed by Anthoine de Gavere. The family De Gavere were bookbinders at Ghent and Bruges between 1450 and 1545. The panel-stamped bindings from Ghent and Bruges are among the most delicately engraved and the most carefully executed of all. According to Weale, Anthoine was active at Ghent from 1459 to 1505, but the archives of Lille contain documents proving that from 1495 to 1505 Anthoine worked at Bruges, not Ghent, and that he was the binder of many of the beautiful manuscripts from the library of Philip I ("the Handsome"), Duke of Burgundy (1478-1506). A binding with similar panels signed by Anthoine de Gavere, and containing another Plinius edition, also dated 1526, is cited by Leon Gruel. Contents: three works by Plinius II, forming the main historical source for Trajan's ill-documented reign: his letters, presenting with considerable charm a richly varied picture of the life of the more cultured Romans under the Empire; his famous rhetorical essay, the Panegyricus to Trajan; and the lives of illustrious men of that period. At the end follow the biographies of literary men by Suetonius, and Julius Obsequens's work on prodigies. With several early inscriptions in the endleaves, including owners' names, and a later inscription dated 1729, early annotations in the margins. In very good condition, with only the title-page rather dirty and small corners torn off the first 2 leaves (not approaching the text). Binding with some damage to the spine and the joints cracked, brass fastenings lost (4 pins remain), some restorations, but still in good condition, the panel stamps on the front board very good and those on the back with only a crack and a few small pock marks.

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        Les triomphes de la noble et amoureuse dame, et l'art de honnestement aymer, Compose par le traverseur des Voyes perilleuses, Nouvellement Imprime à Paris

      Hodin Petit.. The first edition of this book was published in 1530 in De Marneff Poitiers. It was reprinted in 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539 and again went through many later editions. Copies are now rare. It is the first edition and its reprints of the BN France. The British Library has for its many editions. Edition Batards characters. Full tan sheepskin eighteenth. Back tooled raised. Part of title in red morocco. A split bits in the head and tail with small lack reaching it. Some friction. Jean Bouchet (1476-vers1550) is a French writer and poet born in Poitiers. Friend of Rabelais, Louis de Ronsard (father of the poet), it was noted for its earliness and erudition. In poetry, he was the first to apply themselves to the alternation of masculine and feminine rhymes. His books, including The Annals of Aquitaine, experienced a strong and lasting success of his time. The triumph of love lady is to follow the difficult path of teaching virtue and morality as it were conveyed and taught by the church, and this both in everyday life (how to bring up children, eat well, take her home, be a good wife ...) than a more general way, avoiding the sin of pride, greed or anger. The book provides a valuable insight into the daily lives of couples in the Renaissance and how to design health, boards and beauty, and ordered a breviary of amorous behavior in accordance with the doctrine of the church. The book alternates speech in prose and poetry. "These victories are a mystical book, in verse and prose ..." Brunet I, 1162 Provenance:. Duriez sale. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Hodin Petit. Paris 1541 in-8 (11x16,3cm) (12f.n.ch.) Fo. CCC.lxxxv. relié

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        Tabula Sexta Asiae complectitur Arabam felicem, et Carmaniam

      1541. "Mappa tolemaica della pensisola arabica realizzata da L. Fries e basata su quella di M. Waldseemüller. Carta pubblicata nella seconda edizione di Lione, in effetti stampata a Vienne nel Delfinato, nel 1541, della ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis Libri octo..."" di Laurent Fries. La prima edizione della Geographia di Laurent Fries fu pubblicata a Strasburgo nel 1522, con le carte che furono copiate e nuovamente incise da quelle di Martin Waldseemülle dell'edizione di Tolomeo del 1520 e testo a cura di Pirckheimer. Nel 1525 viene stampata una seconda edizione a Strasburgo. Alla scomparsa del Fries e del Gruninger, le matrici furono acquistate dai fratelli Melchior e Gaspar Treschel che ne stampano una terza edizione a Lione nel 1535. Per il testo i due editori si servirono della supervisione di Michael Servetus, che curò la revisione del testo del Pirckheimer. Infine, nel 1541, Gaspare Treechsel pubblica a Vienne, nel Delfinato, questa quarta edizione, sempre con testo di Serveto. In questa edizione, rispetto alla prima di Strasburgo del 1522, il testo subì numerose modifiche, correzioni e aggiunte, ma i legni non furono modificati. Xilografia, finemente acquarellata, antiche note manoscritte, in latino, sul margine destro, in ottimo stato di conservazione." "Ptolemaic map of Arabia by Fries after Waldseemüller. Arabia and the Persian Gulf are both oversized and distorted. With numerous place names, islands, rivers and mountains shown. Latin text to verso. From ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini geographicae enarrationis libri octo"", printed in Vienne by Melchior and Gaspar Trechsel, and text edited by Michael Servetus. Woodcut, hand coloured, old hand writing notes on the right margins, in very good condition." Vienne Vienne Karrow, 288/G.3; Tibbetts 18; Al Ankary S. 129 435 275

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        Europae Tabula secunda continet Hispaniam Baeticam Hispaniam Lusitaniam, & Hispaniam Tarraconensem.

      Vienne in Dauphinè, 1541 - Xilografia, mm 310x450. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Geographicae enarrationis libri octo", edizione tolemaica curata da Fries basata su quella celebre di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Ottimo esemplare con ampi margini, traccia di tarlo alla piega centrale.

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        Tabula nova Siciliae, Sardiniae, & Corsicae

      1541. "Carta pubblicata nella seconda edizione di Lione, in effetti stampata a Vienne nel Delfinato, nel 1541, della ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae Enarrationis Libri octo..."" di Laurent Fries. La prima edizione della Geographia di Laurent Fries fu pubblicata a Strasburgo nel 1522, con le carte che furono copiate e nuovamente incise da quelle di Martin Waldseemülle dell'edizione di Tolomeo del 1520 e testo a cura di Pirckheimer. Nel 1525 viene stampata una seconda edizione a Strasburgo. Alla scomparsa del Fries e del Gruninger, le matrici furono acquistate dai fratelli Melchior e Gaspar Treschel che ne stampano una terza edizione a Lione nel 1535. Per il testo i due editori si servirono della supervisione di Michael Servetus, che curò la revisione del testo del Pirckheimer. Infine, nel 1541, Gaspare Treechsel pubblica a Vienne, nel Delfinato, questa quarta edizione, sempre con testo di Serveto. In questa edizione, rispetto alla prima di Strasburgo del 1522, il testo subì numerose modifiche, correzioni e aggiunte, ma i legni non furono modificati. L'unica variazione relativa a questa tavola è l'impaginato: il titolo qui è stampato in caratteri tipografici, quindi scompare il cartiglio con il titolo; inoltre, il verso della carta è privo di testo. Particolare curioso, l'Etna è rappresentato in attività col disegno della fiamma. Xilografia, in ottimo stato di conservazione." "An early woodcut Ptolemaic map of Corsica, Sardinia, Sicily, and southern Italy. With several towns and islands named. The active volcano Etna is shown with flames. From the 1541 edition of the ""Claudii Ptolemaei Alexandrini Geographicae...""printed in Vienne by Melchior and Gaspar Trechsel, and text edited by Michael Servetus. Blank verso. Woodcut, in perfect condition." Vienne Vienne Valerio - Spagnolo, p. 124 n. 15 402 277

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        De Magistratibus Atheniensium Liber, ad Gulielmum Poyetum totius Galliae Cancellarium.

      Paris Michel Vascosan et Galiot du Pré, 1541. - in-4. 6ff. 63ff. ch. 1f. Demi-veau, dos lisse orné "à la grotesque" (Reliure du XVIIIs., petit accroc au mors supérieur, coins émoussés). Edition Originale très rare de cet ouvrage sur l'organisation politique de la Grèce antique de Guillaume Postel (1510-1581), philosophe, historien et mystique. "Ce livre constitue le premier ouvrage de réflexion de Guillaume Postel qui jusqu'ici avait publié trois ouvrages de 'linguistique' et un ouvrage de géographie. La dédicace à Guillaume Poyet, qui est Chancelier du royaume depuis 1538 lui permet de faire état de ses relations avec Guillaume Budé et Lazare de Baïf, de rappeler les vains efforts du Chancelier en faveur des salaires des professeurs du Collège des Trois-Langues ( ). Ce livre est le seul où Postel fasse état de son titre 'd'interprete' en mathématiques et langues étrangères." (Cl. Postel). Il fut réimprimé à Venise la même année et plusieurs fois par la suite. Le texte latin est parsemé d'expressions en grec et en hébreu. Annotations manuscrites de l'époque dans les marges. Traces de mouillures marginales aux premiers cahiers. Inscription ancienne partiellement effacée sur la page de titre, avec un petit cachet ancien. Graesse, V, 424. Brunet, IV, 839. Caillet, III, 8901. Cl. Postel, "Les Ecrits de Guillaume Postel publiés en France et leurs éditeurs" p. 23-24. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]

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        Europae Tabula quinta continet Rhetiam & Vindeliciam, Noricum, Pannoniam superiorem, Pannoniam inferiorem, Illyridem, Liburniam, & Dalmatiam.

      Vienne in Dauphinè, 1541 - Xilografia, mm 295x455. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Geographicae enarrationis libri octo", edizione tolemaica curata da Fries basata su quella celebre di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Ottimo esemplare con un piccolo difetto -foro alla piega centrale.

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        Historia novi et admirabilis fontis balneique Bollensis in Ducato Wirtembergico ad acidulas Goepingenses. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      8 Bll., 291 S., 4 Bll. 222 S., 16 Bll. Mit über 300 Textholzschnitten. Halbpergamentband d. 18. Jhdts. VD 16, B 850. Heyd 10622. Seltene Erste Ausgabe eines der wichtigsten Werke in der Geschichte der Balneologie und frühes Erzeugnis der ersten Mömpelgarder Offizin. Die erste Monographie über die neuentdeckten Schwefelquellen von Bad Boll. Der Anhang enthält zahlreiche Holzschnitte, darunter die ersten Abbildungen der bei der Entdeckung der Quelle aufgefundenen Petrefakten und ca. 100 Darstellungen der dort angebauten Äpfel und Birnen. Bauhins Schrift geht über den Rahmen eines balneologischen Werkes weit hinaus und beschreibt ausführlich auch Mineralien und Fossilien. "This was the most detailed work on the subject written in the sixteenth century" (DSB). Der Schweizer Arzt und Botaniker Johann Bauhin (1541-1612) war ab 1572 Stadtarzt und Leibarzt des Herzog Friedrich I. in Mömpelgard. Dort begründete er auch einen botanischen Garten. - Einband etwas berieben. Etwas gebräunt, stockfleckig und stellenweise wasserrandig. Einige Blätter mit teils restaurierten Rand- oder Eckdefekten. Titel aufgezogen. - Innendeckel mit gr. Wappenexlibris von Franziskus Töpsl (1711-1796), Probst des Augustiner-Chorherrenstifts Polling. Vorsätze mit bibliographischen Notizen u. Besitzeinträgen, Monogrammstempel des Philologen u. Historikers Wolfgang Krämer (1885-1972), sowie montierten Katalogausschnitten u. Stahlstichansicht von Bad Boll.

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        Holzschnitt - Karte, aus Ptolemäus "Geographicae enarrationes", "Libyae interioris pars", rückseitig "Tabvla tertia Aphricae continet .".

      - 1541, 30 x ( 42 - 45 ) Trapezform Not in Norwich. - Aus der 1541 bei Trechsel in Wien gedruckten Ausgabe mit Seitenzahl 13. - Auf der Rückseite Text in lat. Sprache. - Zeigt Ägypten und das östl. Libyen

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        Lexicon graecolatinum per Hadrianum Juniu[s] novissime auctum.

      4. Mit breiter figürl. Holzschn.-Titelbordüre, einigen Holzschn.-Initialen u. einer Holzschn.-Schlußvignette. 544 nn. Bll. (dav. eines weiß), Mod. HPgmt. m. dreiseitigem Blauschnitt. Frühe Ausgabe dieses zuerst 1541 erschienenen griechisch-lateinischen Wörterbuches des Universalgelehrten Conrad Gesner (1516-65), das dieser auf Anregung des Basler Druckers Walder zusammenstellte. - Titel u. das letzte Bll. m. tlw. hinterl. Randläsuren bzw. -einrissen. Ein Bl. mit ergänztem Eckabriß (jeweils ohne Textverlust). Etw. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig u. tlw. schwach wasserrandig. - VD 16, G 1754 vgl. Adams G 547f. u. BM STC, German Books 358.

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        De secretis naturae sive Quinta essentia libri duo...De mineralibus & rebus metallicis libri quinque.

      RAMON LULL (c. 1232-1315) De secretis naturae sive Quinta essentia libri duo...De mineralibus & rebus metallicis libri quinque. [Edited by Walther Ryff]. Strassburg: Balthasar Beck, March 1541. 8 (137 x 82mm). Woodcut illustrations including three full-page. (Without final blank, title and quires A-E repaired, mainly at lower corner with some words and sections of woodcuts supplied in manuscript, full-page woodcut shaved at foredge, S7-8, T1 and V1-2 heavily browned, other occasional light browning.) 19th-century vellum, lettered in gilt on spine (removed shelfmark on spine). Provenance: Giacomo Boncompagni, Duke of Sora (1548-1612 ink stamp on title with his dragon crest) S (ink stamp on endpaper). RARE. Ryff's first edition of these tracts in which the philosophical system of Lull is explained and developed around the relationship with nature and the different characteristics of the metals and stones. Lulls alchemical works were published singularly and in collections this work was printed as a separate edition. Giacomo Boncompagni was the natural son of Pope Gregory XIII, who acquired the Duchy of Sora for his son in 1579. His library was assembled in the 1570s and 1580s. Adams L, 1704 Duveen p.369 Ferguson ii, 54 VD16 R158 cf. Caillet 6858 (1542 edition). The book contains two works: Lull's "De secretis naturae" and Albert the Great's "De mineralibus & rebus metallicus", which is among the authentic writings of the author both works are of the utmost importance and greatly influenced Renaissance philosophy and science: Lull invented an "art of finding truth" (often in Lullism referred to as "The Art"), which centuries later stimulated Leibnitz' dream of a universal algebra. Lull applied this to basically all subjects studied at the Medieval Universities. "Lull's metaphysics worked a revolution in the history of philosophy" (The Cambridge History of Renaissance Philosophy, p. 548). "The production of pseudo-Lullian alchemical texts culminated at the end of the fourteenth century with an important work, the "Liber de secretis naturæ sive de quinta essential". At that time the formation of this corpus of texts entered a second stage. In the "Liber de secretis naturæ" the alchemical practice of the Testamentum becomes linked to the fifth essence of wine, a distillation technique popularized in by Jean de Roquetaillade in 1350. Moreover, its author said on several occasions that he relied on the Testamentum and other alchemical texts, thus recognizing Lull as an alchemist. If the "Liber de secretis naturæ sive de quinta essential" seems to be a medical book guided by the thought and the style of Lull, it is also notable for its author's interest in turning matter into gold, unlike John Roquetaillade who for religious reasons was not mainly interested in such transmutation. It begins with a prologue consisting of a conversation between Lull and a monk, then come the two books paraphrasing Roquetaillade's De quinta essentia. It ends with a Tertia distinctio devoted to an alchemical application of the Lullian method (alphabets and trees). Even if the "Liber de secretis naturæ sive de quinta essential" suffered, like a number of alchemical works, from a very unreliable textual tradition in both manuscript and printed form, it enjoyed great success in the sixteenth century."His works on occult philosophy were essential to Renaissance magic. "As the inventor of a method which was to have an immense influence throughout Europe for centuries, Lull is an extremely important figure. Lullism is a precursor of scientific method. Lullian astral medicine developed into Pseudo-Lullian alchemy. The great figures of Renaissance Neoplatonism include Lulliiam in their interests, and naturally so since Lullism was the precursor of their ways of thinking. And from the point of history of religion and of religious toleration, surely we admire Lull's vision in taking advantage of the unique concentration of Christian, Moslem, and Jewish traditions." (Yates, The Occult Philosophy in the Elizabethan Age).The present work also contributed greatly to what later was to become known as Christian Kabbalah. Living in a region where the Catholic Church was dominant, where a large part of the land was still under heavy influence from Moslem Arabs, and where the Jews made important contributions to the culture, Lull sought to unify all three religions by developing a (natural) philosophy incorporating elements common to all. These rather unorthodox, and to some extent heretical, thoughts were later taken up by the Italian Renaissance philosopher Pico della Mirandola (1463-94). He and many of his contemporaries believed to have discovered in Kabbalah a lost divine revelation that could give the key to understanding both the teachings of Pythagoras, Plato, and the Orphics, as well as the inner secrets of Catholic Christianity. Pico della Mirandola had a considerable amount of Kabbalistic literature translated into Latin by the convert Samuel ben Nissim Abulfaraj.Raymond Lull (ab. 1232 - 1315), Majorcan writer, philosopher, memorycian (he was later to become a great source of inspiration for Giordano Bruno), logician, and a Franciscan tertiary. He wrote the first major work of Catalan literature. Recently-surfaced manuscripts show him to have anticipated by several centuries prominent work on elections theory. He is sometimes considered a pioneer of computation theory, especially given his influence on Gottfried Leibniz. He is also well known also as a glossator of Roman Law. Lull taught himself Arabic with the help from a slave. As a result, he wrote his "Ars Magna", which was intended to show the necessary reasons for the Christian faith. To promote his theory and test its effectiveness, he went to Algiers and Tunis. At the age of 82, in 1314, Lull traveled again to North Africa, where an angry crowd of Muslims stoned him in the city of Bougie. Genoese merchants took him back to Mallorca, where he died at home in Palma the following year.Despite the fact that a large corpus of the printed works by Lull are erroneously ascribed to him:" On the whole, we get the impression that the "Testament", "De secretis naturae seu de quinta essential", and "Lapidarius" are probably the oldest members of the Lullian alchemical collections" (Thorndyke)The present Ryff-edition became very popular and later appeared numerous times. It was reprinted already the following year in Venice, 1542, and editions followed in Nürnberg, 1546, Basel, 1561, Köln, 1567, etc. etc.Freilich: 372Adams: L, 1703Honeyman: v,

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        Hamburgum. Altkolorierter Kupferstich von 1588 aus dem großen Ansichtenwerk *Civitates Orbis Terrarum*. Gezeigt wird die Stadt Hamburg aus der Vogelschau ( Gesamtansicht ).

      Bildmaß der Darstellung: 32,5 x 47,5 cm ( Höhe x Breite ). Hier die überaus seltene Vogelschaukarte aus dem Städteatlas *Civitates Orbis Terrarum* des Geistlichen Georg Braun (1541-1622) und des Kupferstechers Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590). Für den 1588 in Köln erschienenen vierten Band der *Civitates* ließen die beiden Herausgeber eine Vogelschau von Hamburg erstellen, nachdem im ersten Band von 1572 lediglich eine Seitenansicht der Stadt präsentiert wurde. Dieser hier vorliegende sehr seltene Kupferstich-Plan zeigt Hamburg um das Jahr 1587 von Südosten her mit der Sankt Jacobi-Kirche noch ohne ihren neuen Turm von 1587/1589 und dem Gebiet der Neustadt (hier im oberen Bildteil zu sehen ) noch außerhalb des Stadtwalls. Im Norden die Alster, rechterhand oben einige wenge Häuser in St. Georg. Kurz nach Erscheinen des vierten Bandes der lateinischen Ausgabe ging vermutlich die Kupferplatte des Hamburg-Plans verloren, so dass für die deutsche Ausgabe von 1590 eine neue Vogelschau gezeichnet und gestochen wurde, die sich wesentlich von der ersten ( hier vorliegenden ) unterscheidet. Das Blatt mit 2 Kartuschen am oberen Bildrand ( incl. Städtewappen ) sowie Titel, am unteren Bildrand links unten eine Bildlegende mit 10 angeführten Positionen, zur Mitte am Unterrand eine Figurengruppe von 4 Personen, rechts außen am Bildrand eine Kartusche mit 2 stehenden Figuren. Die Elbe mit zahlreichen Schiffen. Das Blatt in schönem Altkolorit. Unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 56 x 69 cm ). Das Blatt gering stockfleckig - von guter Erhaltung. Das Passepartout stärker stockfleckig, der Rahmen gering bestoßen. ( Bitte beachten: Hier kein Versand wegen Bruchgefahr - hier nur Selbstabholung in meinem Ladengeschäft ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Lukretias Selbsttötung. Kupferstich nach einer Zeichnung von Raffael, gegenseitige Kopie nach Raimondi.

      In der Platte mit dem Monogramm "E.V.S.", betitelt "Ameinon...[griechische Buchstaben]" und bez. "Tomasius Barl. Excvdebat, 1541". Ausgezeichneter Druck auf festem Bütten (mit Wasserzeichen "Lilienwappen mit Schrift"). Mit winzigem Rändchen um die volle Plattenkante. 20,1 x 13 cm (Plattengröße). Nagler (1860) Bd. II, 1804. Bartsch 16 (Vico) nach Raphael, vgl. B. 192-I (Raimondi). - Die besten Stiche Vicos gehören seiner Frühzeit an, die durch breite, kräftige Schraffierung der Blätter gekennzeichnet sind. Die Selbsttötung Lukretias gehört zum Frühwerk und gehört damit zu seinen besten Stichen, die durch breite, kräftige Schraffierung der Drucke gekennzeichnet sind (Thieme-Becker). Das Blatt erscheint 1541 bei Tomasso Barcchi in Rom, der selbst kein Kupferstecher ist. Er beschäftigt Vico, der als einer der besten Kupferstecher seiner Zeit gilt, und Beatricetto (Sauer). Um 1546 wurde Vico von Cosimo I nach Florenz berufen. - Lose auf Unterlage montiert. Minimale Knickspuren an den oberen Montierungen.

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        ORLANDO INNAMORATO. Nuovamente composto.

      Vinetia, per gli heredi di Lucantonio Giunta, 1541. In-8 p. (mm. 200x138), p. pelle ottocentesca con eleganti cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni (rifatto) con filetti e tit. oro, dentelles dorate ai risg., tagli dorati, 2 cc.nn., 262 cc.num., frontespizio in rosso e nero, testo in carattere corsivo su due colonne. A c. 1 del testo ?Libro primo d?Orlando Innamorato. Composto già dal S. Matteo Maria Boiardo, Conte di Scandiano, & rifatto tutto di nuovo da M. Francesco Berni?. Al verso dell?ultima c. ?Finiscono li tre libri de Orlando Innamorato composto da M. Francesco Berni. Stampati nuovamente... nel?anno del Signore MDXLI. nel mese di Ottobre?. "Prima edizione" rifatta dal Berni. Cfr. Camerini,I,452: ?Il Registro segna ?K? come ?quaderno?, mentre è ?duerno?. A c. 2 vi è un sonetto dell?Albicante.. Prima edizione del rifacimento bernesco dell?"Innamorato", di singolare rarità. Fu replicata - in frode - a Milano dal Calvo nel 1542 e replicata dai Giunti - con talune modifiche - nel 1545. Citato dalla "Crusca"?. Cfr. anche Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 88 - Brunet,I,1051: ?Cette édition est plus rare et plus chère que celle de 1545, que l?on a longtemps, et mal à propos, regardée en France comme la meilleure? - Gamba.161: ?Il canto primo, che leggesi nella presente edizione (il cui valore è divenuto oggidì capriccioso) ha Stanze alquanto diverse da quelle impresse in stampe posteriori. La edizione è bella, e d?una lezione più sicura d?ogni altra delle posteriori?. Corto del marg. super.; solo qualche lieviss. fiorit., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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        Anatomen corporis humanis tabulae quatuor

      Paris, Michel Fezandat, 1541. In-folio, (4) and 40 pages ; contemporary vellum (spine with decorative leather circa 1700 for decoration or to unify the style of a library athe beginninf of 18th century) The very first pre-Harveyan anatomical description of heart and pre-blood circulation. First edition, second issue at the date of 1541 and with the address of Fezandat. In this work published in 1540/1541, Vassé "mentionned the venous valves and furnished a clear description fo their functional implications" (see Caggiati A, Bertocchi P. Regarding "fact and fiction surrounding the discovery of the venous valves" in Journal of Vascular Surgery 33(6):1317). Four years later, Estienne in 1545 takes up the description in his classic anatomy. In 1551, as was underlined recently by our colleague Christian Westergaard, Amatus Lusinatus provides the first experimental description of the valves and the possibility of a circulation in the heart and human body. After that, Servet and Colombo played also an important role and finally Celsapino gave in the late 16th the first full theory of blood circulation before Harvey in 1628. "Besides the Vesalius interest [of this work], I wish to point out the interesting passage of the Blood... coming very near to Harvey's discovery. Dr. Bayon, in his excellent papers on Harvey discusses Vassé as precursor." (Dr Weil, catalogue 30). Futhermore, in the classic French history of anatomy by Portal, the great historian of medicine and anatomy confirms the pioneer role played by Vassé in the constitution of medical knowledges about the circulation of blood in the heart before Harvey. See Portal, Histoire de l'anatomie, Tome 1, Paris, Didot, 1770, pages 368-374, especially pages 372-274. In addition at this key role, the Vassé compendium "treated argument of thrombosis. His contibution consisted in identifying the process of fascular 'dessication" described by Hippocrates with the phenomena of "coagulation" (ie, loss of the liquid state of the bood)" (see Caggiati A, Bertocchi P. Regarding "fact and fiction surrounding the discovery of the venous valves" in Journal of Vascular Surgery 33(6):1317, and LEIBOWITZ, The history of coronary heart disease, 1970, page 30). Finally and more generally, the Vassé's "Tabulae" are the first scientific medical compendium based on the complete works of Galenus and, especially, the first medical works never written and published only in the form of tables. Is bound before TRALLIANI (Alexandre), De singularum corporis partium, ab hominis coronide ad imum usque calcaneum, vitiis, aegritudinibus, et injuriis : libri ad unguem facti V, Bâle, Henri Petrus, in-folio, (36), 342 and (6) pages. Contemporary ex-libris at the date of 1545, maybe Guy Simon who was a French surgeon from Lyon, active around 1550. Some marginal notes by Guy Simon. Some waterstains in the bottom margins.

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        Europae Tabula secunda continet Hispaniam Baeticam Hispaniam Lusitaniam, & Hispaniam Tarraconensem.

      1541. Xilografia, mm 310x450. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Geographicae enarrationis libri octo", edizione tolemaica curata da Fries basata su quella celebre di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Ottimo esemplare con ampi margini, traccia di tarlo alla piega centrale.

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        Herodotou Logoi ennea hoiper epikalountai Mousai [in Greek].

      Johann Herwagen 1541 - woodcut printer's device on verso of final leaf (otherwise blank), numerous woodcut initials, text in Greek, section at the lower outer corner of title-page neatly excised and renewed, title slightly soiled, pp. [xx], 310, [2], folio, [bound with:] Thoukydide meta scholio palaio kai panu op helimo [in Greek] . Accessit praeterea diligentia Ioachimi Camerarij, in castigando tum textu, tum commentarijs unà cum annotationibus eius. Basle: Johann Herwagen, 1540, text in Greek, numerous woodcut initials, title-page with same excision and renewal as Herodotus, lacking the final leaf (as sometimes) blank except for printer's device, pp. [xxiv], 225, [3], 177 [i.e. 127], folio. 2 vols bound in 1, contemporary elaborately blind-stamped pigskin, original twirled brass clasps, later ink lettering on spine, small ink stamp on verso of first title of the Donaueschingen library, a choice copy. These two editions, published a year apart, are often found together, probably as intended. The last leaf is sometimes missing from the Thucydides (e.g. 2 of the 3 copies in Adams, the copy in Harvard). That the two title-pages have the same excision and repair (not at all recent) it is probably no coincidence, but the significance is not apparent. These are the first Herwagen editions of these historians, the Herodotus being the second Greek edition, and the Thucydides the third. (Adams H395 and T664)

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        Des Erasmi Roterodamvs Adagiorvm Chiliadis

      Volume in buone / ottime condizioni. Copertina in pelle. Fregi e scritte in oro. Piccole mancanze al dorso del volume. Si presume la mancanza del frontespizio (vedi foto). Lvgdvni Apvd Sebastianvm Gryphivm. Anno MCXXXXI

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        Officinae Ioannis Ravisii Textoris nivernensis historicis poeticisque refertae disciplinis. Prima pars, bene recognita, auctaque non parum, cum indice iuxta seriem literarum reposito.

      Ventiis, sans nom, 1541.In-16 de [16]-295 feuillets (numérotés par ff.), cartonnage crème, étiquette de titre au dos, tranches bleues. Infime accroc à un mors, petits trous de vers aux 2 premiers ff., inscriptions à la plume à la page de titre.

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        Institutiones hebraicae

      paris Apud Christianum wechelum 1541 1 in 8° basane d'époque dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre, coiffe supérieure arrachée de 0.5 cm, mors fendus, coiffes et coins émoussés. Hebraicarum literarum. Ecrit en hébreu. Ill. lettrines.

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        Africae tabula quarta continet Libyam & duas Aethiopias.

      1541. Xilografia, colorata, mm 295x440. Degna di nota è la figura del mitico Prete Gianni, che la tradizione voleva vivesse in Etiopia; il Nilo nasce dai mitici monti della Luna in una zona ancora inesplorata. Tratta da "Geographicae enarrationis libri octo", edizione della "Geographia" di Tolomeo curata da Michael Servetus detto Villanovanus, basata su quella del 1522 di Laurent Fries che a sua volta replica la celebre edizione di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Le carte geografiche del 1522 di Fries, furono ristampate identiche in tutte le edizioni, con però notevoli variazioni al titolo, al testo laterale ad al verso. Ottimo esemplare in fascinosa coloritura con un restauro alla piega centrale nel margine inferiore. Pastoreau 381; Norwich, 287.

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        Von den Leben und Ritterlichen thaten, der aller durchleüchtigsten, Griechen und Römer, Künig, Burgermeister, und Hauptleüten. Durch . Hieronymum Boner . auß Latein inn das nachvolgend Teütsch gemeinem nutz zu gut verwendt. 2 Teile in 1 Band.

      - Colmar, B. Grüninger, 1541. Folio. 5 Bl., 484 (recte 486) num. Bl.; 1 Bl., 161 num. Bl., 1 Bl. (weiß). Mit Wappenholzschnitt und 40 halbseitigen Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Schließen (gebräunt u. berieben, einige Wurmstiche, Ecken bestoßen). Erste vollständige deutsche Ausgabe. - In der Übersetzung durch den Colmarer Humanisten Hieronymus Boner erschien 1534 eine Ausgabe mit nur acht Biographien. Sie bilden in dieser Edition den zweiten Teil (mit separater Blattzählung). Vorangestellt das auf vier Jahre gesetzte kaiserliche Privileg für Boner aus dem Jahre 1534. - Die Pädagogik der Renaissance hatte Plutarch früh entdeckt. Seine moralisierenden Viten boten einen neuen Typ der Biographie, der es auf die Erfassung des Individuellen ankam, auf die Leistung des Einzelnen im historischen Geschehen. Für die aufstrebenden bürgerlichen Schichten wurde er geradezu ein Modeautor. Verständlich also, daß Boner mit einem Gespür für aktuelle Themen seine Übersetzungsarbeit durch ein kaiserliches Privileg finanziell abzusichern versuchte. - 40 der 47 Biographien sind von einer Illustration eingeleitet. Die schönen, teils wiederholten Holzschnitte wurden verschiedenen Künstlern zugeschrieben. Einer mit Monogramm IK (Jakob Kallenberg aus Bern, s. Thieme/Becker XIX, 470). Provenienzexemplar mit der Bibliothekssigle des Germanisten und Bibliophilen Joseph von Laßberg (1770-1855). - VD 16 P3768; BM STC, German 707; Goedeke II, 319, 6; Schweiger I, 265; Hoffmann III, 208. - Etwas gebräunt, teils leicht finger- oder braunfleckig. Untere Ecke fast durchgehend wasserrandig, oberer Rand nur gelegentlich, anfangs und am Ende kleine Wurmspuren. Einige hinterlegte Einrisse. Vereinzelte Marginalien, Titel mit Besitzeintrag von 1624.

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        1543 Latin Bible - Early Catholic Bible

      Early Catholic Bible. 4.5" x 6.75". Complete, with signatures. Separate title to Paul's epistles, and inserted index leaf from later (likely 17th C) bible. Full antique-style speckled calf, boards paneled in blind. Contrasting tan morocco lettering piece, gilt, gilt date at base of spine. Early red ruling throughout. Some damp-staining. Very occasional text marks. Some worming to leaves q5-N8, mostly marginal but clipping some sidenotes/ occasional letters of text. Edited by Johannes Benedictus of the Paris School of Theology in 16th C attempts to produce more accurate Bible translations. First complete edition printed by Simon Colline's in Nov. 1541. Fine woodcut initial letters; NT single column. No verse divisions (first used in 1546), but extensive marginal notes showing where the Latin differs from Hebrew and Greek originals, or where a more literal rendering required notice. Unpopular with Catholic Church, presumably striking of humanist revisionism in common with many Northern European translations, all editions edited by Benedictus were placed on the 'Index Expurgatorius'.

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        Aristoteles stagiritae Moralia Nichomachia cum Eustratii, Aspasii, Michaelis Ephesii , nonnullorumque aliorum graecorumexplanationibus. Nuper a Joanne Bernardo Feliciano latinitate donata.

      Venezia, apud haeredes Lucae Antonii Juntae Florentini (les enfants de Luca Antonio Giunta), 1541 ; in-folio ; plein vélin ivoire à décor géométrique de double filet à froid (reliure de l'époque) ; (32), 548 pp., (1) f. d'errata, marque au titre et grande marque gravée après le collophon, 10 bandeaux répétés ; ouvrage imprimé sur beau vergé bien blanc. Epître dédicatoire à Alexandre Farnèse (futur Paul III) par Giovanni Bernardo Feliciano. Magnifique impression vénitienne des héritiers de Luca-Antonio Giunta florentin, de cette édition fort rare. Partie supérieure du premier plat taché de rouille, petits cernes en haut à gauche, en bord de marge, d'une trentaine de feuillets et auréoles claires en marge de quelques feuillets en fin d'ouvrage, sans atteinte au texte ; malgré ces défauts mineurs, l'exemplaire est resté bien frais, et globalement en bel état.

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        Annotationes Gulielmi Budaei Parisiensis secretarii regii in XXIIII. Pandectarum libros .. UNITO A Gulielmi Budaei consiliarii regii libellorumque magistri in Praetorio. Altera editio annotationum in Pandectas. Lugduni Apud Seb. Gryphium 1541 pp. 277 + (18).

      Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1541. in-16 2 opere in 1 tomo Tagli spruzzati scritte di antica mano al frontespizi difetto alle cerniere e ai giochi d\'apertura rifilatura del margine alto Marca tipografica xilografata ripetuta alla fine capolettera figurato.

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        Perusia Gratum musis in Tuscia Domicilium.

      1541. Dal "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", veduta a volo d'uccello della città, con resa planimetrica e prospettica. Incisione in rame, colore d'epoca, cm 36,8 x 44,2 (alla lastra); titolo in alto a sn., entro semplice riquadro; in alto a ds., entro riquadro, numerosi rimandi; testo latino al verso, probabile indice di una delle prime edizioni. George Braun (1541 - 1622), chierico di Colonia, è stato il principale curatore del "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", per la prima volta pubblicato a Colonia nel 1572, poi edito ad Anversa e a Colonia fino al 1618, anno in cui apparve il sesto e ultimo volume. Queste le principali edizioni: 1572, vol. I; 1575, vol. II; 1581 vol. III; 1588 ca. vol. IV; 1598 ca. vol. V; 1618 vol. VI. Questi volumi vennero pubblicati originariamente in latino, e poi ristampati in tedesco e in francese. Il volume VI comprendeva un'edizione di piante supplementari. Dopo il 1618 le lastre divennero di proprietà di Abraham Hogenberg, il quale si incaricò delle successive riedizioni. Alla sua morte, le lastre vennero acquistate da Jan Jansson il quale, usandole come base, pubblicò un'edizione in otto volumi, riedita a sua volta negli anni successivi. Bell'esemplare, in ampi margini e in bella coloritura coeva.

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        Euripidis Hecuba & Iphigenia in Aulide. Latinae factae Erasmo Roterdamo interprete

      pro Antonio Constantino excudebat Sulpitius Sapidus, s.d. (tra il 1541 e il 1545). 8vo (cm. 14,5), 151(1) pp. Marca tip. al frontis. e in fine. Ottima legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Una pallida macchia al frontis. e qualche lieve fioritura. Censurato il nome di Erasmo sia al frontis. che sul titolo della prima tragedia. Tagliata altresì - presumibilmente per censura - la prima carta della prefazione. Nel complesso, bell’esemplare. Assai raro. Non in Br.Libr. né in Adams.

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        Europae Tabula prima continet insulam Albion, sive Britanniam & Hyberniam.]

      1541 - Vienne, Gaspar Treschel, 1541. Woodcut, printed area 300 x 440mm. A very fine, crisp example. From the last woodcut edition of Ptolemy, using the blocks cut in 1522. The British Isles, set in a trapezoid frame, famous for the east-west orientation of Scotland. The title (as above) is printed on verso, with a Latin text description. SHIRLEY: British Isles 30.

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        Mores, leges, et ritus omnium gentium.

      - Lugduni, Seb. Gryphium, 1541, 16 x 11 cm., piel de época restaurada, 311 págs. + 12 h. (Algunos muy leves taladros marginales en varias hojas. Describe las costumbres y las leyes de las naciones de África, Asia y Europa. El Cap. XXXIII está dedicado a España, dentro de esta sección habla de las costumbres de los cántabros y de su ferocidad. La primera edición data de 1520)

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        Galeni Opera ex nonaiuntarum editione. Quae, quid superioribus praeset, pagina versa versa ostendit. Ad amplissimum venetorum medicorum collegium. Venetiis apud Iuntas. 1625.

      1 volume in-folio. Relié plein veau marron d'époque. Coins émoussés, coupes frottées par endroits, dos à nerfs, fleurons dorés dans les caissons (petit fer aux armes de Nicolas Hennequin), fissures sur les mors (tranchefiles visibles), coiffes abîmées avec manque de cuir. Plats aux armes de Nicolas Hennequin, baron d'Ecquevilly. OHR 2457. 1 f. titre frontispice gravé (une petite tache d'encre). Galeni Opera (Vita & Synopsis) : 104 f. nchf.. Isagogici libri. Titre frontispice + 72p. - Galeni librorum Prima Prima classis. 341, 1. -Galeni Librorum Secunda classis materiam sanitatis. 2, 109, 1. Petites mouillures en marge en fin de volume. Lettrines. Bandeaux, culs-de-lampes, quelques figures dans le texte. Belle édition de cette recension latine des écrits de Galien originellement publié par Giunta en 1541-1542 à laquelle participa Vésale ce dernier avait corrigé trois traités au cours des années précédentes. Elle est incomplète car il manque la tertia, quarta, quinta, sexta classis. Bon état.

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        Fabulae graece et latine, cum aliis opusculis, quorum index proxima refer tur pagella.

      Basileae (Bâle), in officina Hervagiana, 1541, 1 volume, in-8, relié, 368-[4] p.. Edition bilingue grec-latin. Vie d'Esope par Maxime Planude jusqu'à la page 101, index en fin de volume, figure sur la page de titre reproduite au dos du dernier feuillet, plusieurs lettrines historiées, papier au filigranne de l'éditeur. Reliure début 20e, demi vélin ivoire à coins, dos lisse avec pièce de titre noire, un coin choqué, restauration à la page de titre et au dernier feuillet, plusieurs ex-libris manuscrits biffés sur ces mêmes pages, petites notes manuscrites anciennes aux pages 81 et 275, une tache d'encre au centre de la page 103, mouillure claire à l'angle inférieur sur l'ensemble du volume. La vie d'Esope par Planude est pleine de contes ridicules et puériles (avis d'un auteur du début du 19e siècle). Réédition de l'édition de 1538, augmentée de plusieurs fables. Un seul exemplaire connu à la bibliothèque de Lille. Bon état. ************* PROMO : Envoi gratuit en courrier suivi et assurance à partir de 20 € d'achat (France seulement), remise 20 % pour commande supérieure à 60 €.

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        Novi Testamenti Vulgata quidem aeditio, sed quae ad vetustissimorum utriusque linguae exemplarium fidem, nunc demum emendata est diligentissime, ut novano desideretur, adiectis scholijs, et doctis, et pijs: & quibus opus est locis, ita locupletibus, ut pro comentarijs sufficere possint.

      Schoeffer, 1541. In 16°, p. perg., pp. 531 + 496 (di: Pauli Apostoli epistolae). Carta e stampa fresche. Gore che non ledono il t. Appunti manoscritti sul foglio bianco e sul front. Chiose manoscritte su alcune pag. Cerniera staccata. Esempl. sciolto, collazionato risultano mancanti le pag. da 433 a 480 e da 497 a 503 comprese (di: Pauli Apostoli epistolae) . Una delle opere più importanti dell'autore, rarissima, è inoltre importante sapere che l'editore Schoeffer fu allievo del Gutemberg e dopo di lui i suoi figli proseguirono la sua opera, particolarmente dotato fu il minore, Peter, il quale stampò a Venezia dal 1541 al 1542.

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        Villa Laurentii Mondanarii ubi nomina Florum Fructuum, Arborum & vitium cum ipsis Vuis cu(m) maxima Energia describuntur, Reverendissimo Cardinali Trivultio.

      Lyons, Pierre de Ste.-Lucie, 'called' Le Prince 1541 - Villa Laurentii Mondanarii ubi nomina florum, fructuum, arborum & vitium cum ipsis Vuis cu[m] maxima ergia describuntur . Lyons, Pierre de Ste.-Lucie, called 'Le Prince', 1541. 12mo. [16]pages including title-page with large woodcut of an enclosed flower garden and 2 page dedication.Text in italic letter, decorative woodcut initials and printer's ornaments. Jansenist dark blue morocco (Obstein-Laurenchet), inner gilt dentelles, edges gilt. First edition of this invaluable contemporary description of an Italian Renaissance villa garden: a country estate poem in praise of the villa near Tivoli of the Italian Cardinal Agostino Trivulzio (c1485-1548), the leading advocate of France at the Papal Court during the 1520s to 1540s. Trivulzio was created a cardinal in 1517 by Pope Leo X. His villa was situated between Rome and Tivoli, at the confluence of the rivers Aniene and Salone; the poet remarks that it was possible to go round the estate in a small boat. It was laid out on a plain, with triangular-shaped plots bordered by hedges. Within the garden were several kinds of flowers,including lilies and violets, but above all many varieties of rose. Fruits planted were plums, peaches, pomegranates,pears of which several kinds are named, also an excellent variety for cooking (not named) which keeps well for at least a year. Apples too are numerous, as are figs, as are figs; several varieties are named. The golden quince hanging from knotty branches is recommended as a useful hedging plant. Among trees are the cypress, elm, oak, olive, broom and chestnut with the plane tree planted for its shade. A lengthy section is devoted to vines grown on the estate, from which 22 named types of wine are made, mentioning their characteristics and appropriate uses (for the 'second course', best when young'). In describing the actual villa, the poet tells us that it is adjacent to the stream of the Salone and reached by a drawbridge let down by iron cables. Many columns support the high roof, and marble steps lead to the gold and silver main door. The hall inside has a coffered ceiling painted with classical allegorical frescoes, and emblems representing the Cardinal's distinguished lineage; the symbol of three lilies alludes to his connections with France. The poem is of immense interest as an historical source. (Reprinted, as part of : Poemata aliquot insignia illustrium poetarum recentiorum in Basel by Robert Winter in 1544). Extremely rare. In fine condition. No copies in British Library, nor in Bibliotheque Nationale; not listed by Baudrier, Bibl.Lyonnaise. No copy recorded in the USA. References: Claudia Lazzaro, The Italian Renaissance Garden, London, 1990, pp76-77,81,297 no 17 (with tentative identification of the garden architect as the Sienese painter Baldassare Peruzzi (1481-1536), and with a plan (c1525) for Cardinal Trivulzio's garden held in the Uffizi (see p.77, fig. 69); see a summary of this work with excerpts in A.Tagliolini, Storia del giardino italiano; gli artisti, l'invenzione, le forme dall'antichita al XIX secolo, Florence, 1988, pp96-98 nn.19-20; C.V.Fabriczy, 'Das Landhaus des Kardinals Trivulzio am Salone', in Jahrbuch der koeniglich Preussischen Kunstsammlungen, 17, 1896, pp186-205; David R.Coffin, Gardens and Gardening in Papal Rome, 1991, p63 & fig,47) suggests that the Villa Trivulziana was designed to 'reflect Pliny's description of his Tuscan Villa'. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Singularia plurimorum doctorum, utilissima ac admodum necessaria. Singularia ab Ludovico Romano, Mateo Matesilano, Francesco Cremense, Giovanni Battista de Castelliono, Antonio Corseti, Pedro Gerardo de Pietra Santa, Guillermo de Ludo, Amanello Claraquense & Pablo de Castro. Recognovit collocupletavitque inter utriusque Juris Peritos vir primarie note Joannes Thierri.

      1541. Sin datos de lugar de edición, ni impresor, pero: Lyon, Jacobum Giuncti et Benedictus Bonnym , 1541 [en portada:] 1542. 8vo.; 12 hojas, incluída portada orlada, a dos tintas, y 240 folios. Impresión gótica a doble columna. Ejemplar falto de colofón y ligeramente corto de margen superior, sin pérdida de texto. Pequeño agujero en portada con pérdida de alguna palabra. Encuadernación moderna en media tela.

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        Les triomphes de la noble et amoureuse dame, et l'art de honnestement aymer, Compose par le traverseur des Voyes perilleuses, Nouvellement Imprime à Paris

      Hodin Petit, 1541. - Hodin Petit., Paris 1541, in 8 (11x16,3cm), (12f.n.ch.) Fo. CCC.lxxxv., relié. - La prima edizione di questo libro è stato pubblicato nel 1530 in De Marneff Poitiers. E 'stato ristampato nel 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539 e di nuovo passato attraverso molte edizioni successive. Le copie sono ormai rare. E 'l'edizione originale e le sue ristampe della BN Francia. La British Library ha per le sue numerose edizioni. Edizione Batards caratteri. Pieno XVIII pelle di pecora abbronzatura. Torna lavorato in rilievo. Parte del titolo in marocchino rosso. Una divisione bit in testa e la coda con piccola mancanza raggiungerlo. Qualche attrito. Jean Bouchet (1476-vers1550) è uno scrittore e poeta francese nato a Poitiers. Amico di Rabelais, Louis de Ronsard (padre del poeta), è stato notato per la sua precocità e di erudizione. In poesia, fu il primo ad applicare se stessi per l'alternarsi di rime maschili e femminili. I suoi libri, tra cui The Annals of Aquitaine, sperimentato un successo forte e duraturo del suo tempo. Il trionfo dell'amore signora è quello di seguire il difficile percorso di insegnamento virtù e moralità come fosse trasmesso e insegnato dalla Chiesa, e questo sia nella vita di tutti i giorni (come educare i figli, mangiare bene, portarla a casa, essere una buona moglie ...) che un modo più generale, evitando il peccato di orgoglio, avidità o rabbia. Il libro fornisce una preziosa nella vita quotidiana delle coppie nel Rinascimento e come progettare la salute, il cibo e la bellezza, e ha ordinato un breviario di comportamento amoroso in conformità con la dottrina della chiesa. Il libro alterna discorso in prosa e poesia. "Queste vittorie sono un libro mistico, in versi e in prosa ..." Brunet I, 1162 Provenienza:. Duriez vendita. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] La première édition de cet ouvrage est parue en 1530 chez De Marneff à Poitiers. Elle fut réimprimée en 1532, 1535, 1536, 1537, 1539, et connut encore de nombreuses rééditions plus tardives. Les exemplaires sont devenus rares. On trouve l'édition originale et ses rééditions à la BN de France. La British Library possède quant à elle de nombreuses rééditions. Edition à caractères Batards. Reliure en pleine basane fauve XVIIIe. Dos à nerfs orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge. Un mors fendus en tête et en queue avec petit manque atteignant cette dernière. Quelques frottements. Jean Bouchet (1476-vers1550) est un écrivain et poète français né à Poitiers. Ami de Rabelais, de Louis de Ronsard (père du poète), il fut remarqué pour sa précocité et son érudition. En matière de poésie, il fut le premier à s'astreindre à l'alternance des rimes féminines et masculines. Ses livres, notamment Les annales d'Aquitaine, connurent un vif et durable succès de son temps. Le triomphe de la dame amoureuse est de suivre la difficile voie de l'enseignement de la vertu et de la morale telles qu'elle furent véhiculées et enseignées par l'église, et cela tant dans la vie quotidienne (comment bien élever ses enfants, bien manger, tenir sa maison, être une bonne épouse...) que d'une façon plus générale, en évitant le péché d'orgueil, d'avarice ou de colère. L'ouvrage constitue un témoignage précieux sur la vie quotidienne des couples à la Renaissance et sur la façon de concevoir la santé, la nourriture et la beauté, et ordonne un bréviaire du comportement amoureux en accord avec la doctrine de l'église. Le livre alterne discours en prose et poèmes. « ces triomphes sont un ouvrage mystique, en vers et en prose... » Brunet I, 1162. Provenance : vente Duriez.

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        Tabula duodecima Asiae continet Taprobanam insulam.

      1541. Xilografia, mm 285x360. Testo latino al verso. Tratta da "Geographicae enarrationis libri octo", edizione tolemaica curata da Fries basata su quella celebre di Waldseemueller del 1513, le cui carte sono qui ridotte. Buon esemplare con piccolissime ossidazioni alla piega centrale e qualche forellino alla piega centrale.

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        Der Swangeren Frawen und Hebammen Rosengarte (Rosengarten).

      - Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner, 1541, Kl.4°. 44 Bl. mit 23 Holzschnitten, flexibler Pergamenteinband. EIN RARISSIMUM - HEBAMMENBUCH VON 1541 - Sehr seltene, frühe deutsche Ausgabe des Rösslinschen "ROSENGARTEN", des ersten gedruckten Hebammenbuches. - "Rösslins "Rosengarten" ist ein Markstein der Geburtshilfe und Frauenheilkunde geworden, der die Geschichte der Geburtshilfe den Beginn eines neuen Abschnitt festlegt." -cf. Fasbender, p.121". - Das schön illustrierte Buch, in vielen Auflagen und Sprachen erschienen, wurde eine "WELTBERÜHMTHEIT" (Diepgen) und war für über 200 Jahre eine anerkannte Authorität. Erstmalig wird die Geburtshilfe selbständig und nicht als ein Teil der Chirurgie behandelt. Besonders interessant ist der "Rosengarten" für die Überlieferung der Kindslagenbilder zur Illustration für die typischen Handgriffe der Hebammen. Diese 16 Holzschnitte umfassende Bilderserie knüpft direkt, ohne orientalische Vermittlung, an die antiken Traditionen an. Die Vorlagen zu den Abbildungen stammen wahrscheinlich aus dem Soranus-Muscio Manuscript (13. Jahrhundert), damals in Heidelberg, jetzt in der vatikanischen Bibliothek aufbewahrt. - Der ganzseitige Holzschnitt zeigt die Wochenstube, die Wöchnerin im Himmelbett, zu ihrer rechten Seite bringt ihr eine Frauenperson einen Teller Essen, zur Linken des Bettes ein gedeckter Tisch, zu welchem noch ein Topf gebracht wird, vorn links im Bilde sitzt eine Frauenperson vor einer mit Wasser gefüllten Holzwanne, in welcher ihre blossen Füsse stehen, auf ihrem Schosse hält sie ein nacktes Kind, in ein Tuch geschlagen; im Hintergrund sieht man durch eine geöffnete Tür die Küche. Ein weiterer großer Holzschnitt zeigt eine Gebärende auf dem Stuhl, hinter ihr eine stehende Frau, welche sie hält, vor ihr die Hebamme sitzend und hilfeleistend. Der Holzschnitt auf Blatt XII verso zeigt einen Gebärstuhl. - Eucharius Rösslin, der Hebammenlehrer Europas, war ein hochangesehener Arzt, der in Freiburg i.Br., Worms und Frankfurt tätig war, wo er 1526 starb. Der "Rosengarten" half den Frauen, sich richtig auf ihre schwere Stunde vorzubereiten und ihr Leben in Schwangerschaft und Wochenbett, sowie die Pflege des Neugeborenen hygienisch zu regeln. Gleichzeitig diente es der Belehrung der Hebammen. Die vorliegende Edition ist in keiner der großen Sammlungen wie National Library of Medicine, Wellcome, Osler, Cushing, Adams, Pybus Collection, Edinburgh Libraries, Waller, Wolfenbüttel, Josephin. Bibliothek, enthalten. Weder in der umfangreichen 'Hellmann-Collection of early obstetrical books', noch bei der Bonhams-Auktion 1979 in London war ein Exemplar zu finden. - Nur ganz wenige Exemplare haben die über 450 Jahre seit ihrem Erscheinen überlebt. Auch an unserem Exemplar ist die lange Zeit nicht spurlos vorüber gegangen. Jedoch wurden alle kleinen Schäden fachmännisch restauriert: Vorsätze erneuert, der Pergamenteinband mußte neu aus altem Pergament gestaltet werden, somit entstand ein sehr schönes Exemplar dieses extrem seltenen Werkes. - Very rare edition of this important book. The only work by Eucharius Rösslin, the Elder, is the "Rosengarten". Rösslin's "Rosengarten" is the first printed book dealing exclusively with the subject of obstetrics. It became enormously popular and went through many editions and translations. For nearly two centuries they served as authoritative treatises on obstetrics throughout Europe. There has probably been no medical book in history so widely translated and distributed. - "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. Roesslin's famous pictures of the position of the child closely resemble the sixteen in the manuscripts of antiquity . largely based on Soranus of Ephesus." (Hellmann). - G.Klein, Zur Bio-Bibliographie Rösslins und seines Rosengartens, Leipzig, 1909, S.317 no.5; Fassbender, Gesch. . [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Giuseppe spiega i sogni ai fratelli

      1541. Bulino, 1541, datata e monogrammato in lastra in basso al centro 1541 / NB.F.' Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di cinque, con l'excudit di Tommaso Barlacchi. Bellisisma prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata alla linea marginale, assottigliamenti della carta e piccolo restauro nella parte centrrale, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. L'incisione riproduce, in controparte, la composizione di Raffaelo per le settima volta della Loggia Vaticana, dedicata alle Storie di Giuseppe. Il sogno è raccontato nel Vecchio Testamento, nella Genesi, 37: Giuseppe, il figlio più giovane e preferita di Giacobbe, ingenuamente racconta ai suoi 11 fratelli di due suoi sogni, rappresentati nei due cerchi in alto: nel primo sognò che, insieme ai loro fratelli, stava legando dei covoni di grano e che il suo covone stava dritto, mentre quelli degli altri si piegavano davanti al suo; nel secondo, anche il sole, la luna e le stelle si inchinano a Giuseppe. I fratelli, gelosi di Giuseppe, lo vendettero come schiavo in Egitto, dove impressionò il faraone proprio per la sua capacità di interpretare i sogni premonitori, salvando il regno da una carestia. Il faraone così lo libera e lo proclama visir d'Egitto. Giunti in Egitto per mendicare per il cibo, i fratelli poveri di Giuseppe alla fine si prostrarono a lui, così come lui aveva sognato. Engraving, 1541, dated and signed lower centre: 'NB F', inscribed lower centre: 'RA VR IN'. After Raphael. First state, of five, lettered with publisher's address: 'TOMASIVS BARL EXCVDEBAT'. A very good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, a perfectly repaired area in the center, otherwise in good condition. The engraving reproduces in reverse the corresponding composition of Raphael in the Vatican Loggie. Raphael's fresco from the Vatican Loggia represents an Old Testament narrative from Genesis 37, in which Joseph, the youngest and favorite son of Jacob, ill - advisedly told his 11 brothers about his dreams: in the two hovering circles, 11 sheaves of wheat, representing the other brothers, bow down to Joseph's sheaf; then even the sun, moon, and stars bow to Joseph. Joseph's jealous siblings sold him into slavery in Egypt, where he impressed Pharaoh with the same prophetic gifts, saving the realm from a famine. Coming to Egypt to beg for food, Joseph's impoverished brothers eventually bowed down to him as he had foreseen. Bianchi,"Catalogo dell'opera incisa di Nicola Beatrizet", no. 2; Bartsch XV.244.9; Nagler, IV nº 2343. 374 234

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        Omnia, quae extant, Opera, Geographia excepta. Basileae, apud Henricum Petrum, 1541

      Henripetrus, 1541. in - folio, pp. (28), 512, leg. settec. p. perg. Impresa tipogr. in fine, iniz. silogr., testo in car. rom. su due colonne. Nei fogli preliminari, oltre l'ampio indice, si leggono una lettera dedicatoria di Girolamo Gemusaeus, curatore dell'edizione, all'abate Pietro a Mornyeu, altra lettera di Luca Gaurico a Dom. Pallavicini ed il proemio - dedica a Papa Sisto da parte di Andrea Trapezuntius, anch'egli curatore dell'opera. Prima edizione collettiva, tranne la geografia, delle opere di Tolomeo, corredata di tabelle e di un gran numero di figure schematiche in silografia n.t., qualcuna anche a piena pag. (cfr. p. 174). Comprende: "Almagestum" tradotto da G. Trapezuntius; "Additiones" di Luca Gaurico; "Hypotiposis astronomicarum positionum" di Proclo, tradotto da Giorgio Valla (importante commento all'Almagesto); "De iudicijs astrologicis" tradotto da Gioacchino Camerario; "Centum sententiae aut Centiloquium", d'incerta attribuzione, tradotto da Giov. Gioviano Pontano; "Inerrantium stellarum significatione" tradotte da Nicolò Leonico. L'Almagesto, com'è noto, è il primo e più completo trattato di astronomia della storia, raccogliendo tutte le cognizioni astronomiche dell'antichità e fornisce, prima di Copernico, le affermazioni più plausibili circa il movimento e la posizione degli astri nel cielo. Come quasi tutti gli esemplari di quest'edizione, anche il presente è privo delle 2 carte con le stelle dei due emisferi. In ottimo stato (salvo rare lievi bruniture).

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        Super Digesto Novo Veteri et Codice.

      Vinc. de Portonaris, 1541. Cc. 184. Unito a: G.F. RIVA. Tractatus de peste. Lugduni, 1542. Cc. 39 (7). Unito a: G.F. RIVA. Prima et secunda infortiati. Lugduni, 1541. Cc. 74; 103. Unito a: G.F. RIVA. Repertorium. Lugduni, 1542. Cc. 55. Unito a: G.F. RIVA: Responsa. Venetiis, 1560. Cc. 119 (1). Cinque opere legate in un volume in folio (cm. 40). Ciascun testo preceduto da frontespizio elaboratamente decorato. Solida legatura coeva in piena pergamena, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Esemplare con reintegrazioni ad alcuni frontespizi, tarli marginali ed altre tracce d'uso sparse. Interessante miscellanea che contiene, tra l'altro, il raro Tractatus de Peste (cfr. Baudrier, v. 5, p. 479).

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        Justinianischer Instituten warhaffte dolmetschung. durch Orth. Fuchsperger von Ditmoning. Yetz widerumb fleissig durchsehen, uberlesen und gebessert.

      Ingolstadt, Alexander Weissenhorn, 1541. - Folio, circa 31 x 20,5 cm. 8, XCI num., 9, XIII num. Bll., 1 Bl., mit Wappenholzschnitt auf dem Titel und zweimal demselben ganzseitigen Textholzschnitt "Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schließen und abgeflachten Kanten, vorne mit Deckeltitel "Instituta teutsch" "VD 16, C 5241; Stalla 110; nicht bei Adams u. im STC. Schöne deutsche Ausgabe des klassischen Werkes der Rechtswissenschaft in der erstmals 1536 erschienenen und hier verbesserten Übersetzung von Ortlof Fuchsberger (circa 1490-1541), der in Ingolstadt studiert hatte und dann in Mondsee Logik und Rhetorik unterrichtete. Die erste deutsche Logik stammt von ihm wie auch sein deutscher Justinian als die "erste deutsche Uebersetzung eines wichtigen römischen Rechtsbuches" (ADB) gilt. Der hübsche, wiederholte, ganzseitige Holzschnitt zeigt einen Stammbaum (in den Rändern etwas beschnitten). " "- Gering gebräunt, einige alte Marginalien, Titel minimal wurmstichig, alte Besitzvermerke, hinterer Vorsatz mit kuriosen Resten einer Handschrift. Etwas berieben. Schönes Exemplar in besonders elegantem und dekorativem Einband. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L'Ascensione di Cristo

      1541. Bulino, 1541, datato in lastra in basso a destra 'Tomasius Barlachis / 1541', e firmato a sinistra, con il monogramma NB.F, sotto l'iscrizione 'RA.VR. / INVENT. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Esemplare nel primo stato di tre, con il monogramma dell'incisore NB.F e avanti l'indirizzo di Lafrery. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata la rame, minime peghe di carta visibili al cerso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La scena deriva da un disegno di Raffaello per uno degli Arazzi della Scuola Nuova, con scene della Vita di Gesù, disegnate per le Stanze del Concistoro. Opera rara in questa qualità di tiratura. Engraving, 1541, lettered at lower left 'RA.VR. / INVENT / NB.F', at right 'Tomasius Barlachis / 1541'. After Raphael. First state, of three, with the monogram NBF and before the address of 'Ant. Lafrerij'. A great impression, printed with tone on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the paltemark, light paper folds on verso, otherwise very good conditions. Bartsch thought it was after one of the Vatican tapestries. The composition derives from a cartoon attributed to Raphael for the Arazzi della Scuola Nuova, with scenes from the life of Christ, designed for the rooms of the Concistorio. Tommaso Barlacchi issued three engravings by Beatrizet: Joseph Explaining his Dreams to His Brothers; Ascension, and Christ in Limbo. Very rare. Bartsch XV.250.21; Passavant, II, p. 257; Zani, II, IX, p. 148; S. Bianchi, 'Catalogo dell'opera incisa di Nicola Beatrizet,' Grafica d'arte 14 (2003) 54, pp. 3 - 12; S. Massari, Raphael Invenit, p. 142, IX. 310 284

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        Libro primo ( - decimo) della deca prima delle Historie di Bologna. (Con:) Libro primo della Deca Seconda. Bologna, Bartholomeo Bonardo e Marc'Antonio Grossi 1541 - 1543

      Bonardo e Grossi, 1541. in - 4, ff. 212 n.n., 26 con "Libro Primo della Deca Seconda". Legatura coeva in pergamena, dorso restaurato. Con 5 belle bordure architettoniche figurate ai primi cinque frontespizi con al verso silografie a piena pagina raffiguranti l'allegoria della Virtù che sorregge un cartiglio con presentazione del libro, alle sue spalle volume con impressa la scritta "Bononia docet". I restanti 5 libri non hanno frontespizio proprio. Inserito dopo il primo libro della deca prima è, anzichè alla fine, il Libro primo della Deca Seconda, probabilmente uscito due anni dopo, con frontespizio architettonico e al verso bellissima raffigurazione della città di Bologna: si tratta della prima rappresentazione realistica della città felsinea mai data alle stampe. Numerose iniziali vegetali silogr. n.t. Edizione originale della prima deca, che tratta il periodo storico fino al 1 gennaio 1253, della notissima cronaca storica della città di Bologna a cura del frate ed erudito domenicano Leandro Alberti (1479 - 1552). I successivi libri, dal secondo (deca seconda) al quinto, apparvero tra il 1543 e 1591 presso vari stampatori. Il resto delle Historie, fino all'anno 1543, rimane inedito e si conserva manoscritto alla Biblioteca universitaria di Bologna. Non comune completo dell'aggiunta. Buon esemplare (alcune lievi fioriture della carta, tracce di antiche note di possesso al titolo ed in fine).

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