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        LE VITE DEI DIECE IMPERATORI, Incominciando dal Fine di Suetonio, Nella Lingua Italiana Tradotte.

      Michiel Tramezzino., Venice 1544 - First edition of this Italian compilation on the history of the emperors of Rome from numerous ancient authors. BL Italian STC p. 588. Not in Adams. 8vo. ff.(8),231,(1). Title with a large woodcut vignette. Early vellum, morocco spine label. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. ABAA]
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        Orbis breviarium fide compendio ordinemque captu, ac memoratu facillimun, felix et gratus legito.

      Petri Facoli ditto del cavallo (per Johannem Patavium & Venturinum de Roffinellis. 1544 - In-8°, pergamena coeva. (88) fogli. Titolo inquadrato in una larga cornice ornamentale contenente figure di strumenti musicali; numerose iniziali ornate, delle quali alcune istoriate e due illustrazioni globulari della Terra, Oriente e Occidente. Lieve ingialliture marginali in pochi fogli, ma bell' esemplare fresco e senza restauri. Questo libro è il primo stampato per Pietro de Facolo. Ex libris del XVIII secolo. > (D.B.I., vol. 65, pp 119-20). <<. geographical sketches are inserted. They reproduce a rudimentary map of the world often met in old manuscripts, and in printed works from the 15 th and 16 th centuries. Lilius was an Italian geographer from the end of the 15 th contury. The works of Lilius, howewer, for a long time remained a popular manual of geogaphy and cosmography (Nordenskjold, Facsimile atlas, p. 38). Sander, 3977. B.M., Italian books, p. 340. Sabin, Bibliotheca Americana, 41066 e 41069 (altre edizioni). Cat. of the John Carter Brown Library, I, p. 25 (idem). Pastorello, Tipografi, editori a Venezia, 173. Calvi, Scrittori di Vicenza, III, p. II, pp. XLV, LI. Non citato da Adams, Harrisse, Leclerc. Celebre manuale di geografia e cosmografia del Cinquecento www.libreriabrighenti.it [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rerum ab se gestarum commentarii. De bello Gallico libri VIII. De bello Civili Pompeiano Libri III. De bello Alexandrino liber I. De bello Africo liber I. De bello Hispaniensi libri I. Ex vetustiss. Scriptis codicibus emendatiores.

      - utetiae, Rob. Stephani, 1544, 16 h. incluso mapas de España y Francia y varios grabados en madera intercalados en el texto &#150; 522 págs. &#150; 54 h. &#150; (Sigue:) Eutropii Epitome Belli Gallici ex Suetonii Tranquilli monumentis quae desideratur. Lutetiae, Roberti Stephani, 1544, 134 págs. &#150; 9 h. &#150; (Sigue:) Iustini ex Trogi Pompeii Historiis externis libri XXXXIII. Parisiis, Rob. Stephani, 1543, 267 págs. &#150; 14 h. Las tres obras en un tomo, 17&#146;5 x 11 cm., plena piel de época algo gastada, adornos e hilos dorados en ambas tapa LATÍN

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        Dion Cassivs Nicaevs. Aelivs Spartianvs.Ivlivs Capitolinvs.Aelius Lampridivs,Vvlcativs Gallicanvs.Iohannis Baptistae Egnaty Veneti in eosdem annotations. 2 tomes en un vol. In-8, pp. 346, 27ff., 1f.bl,. pp.394, 7ff. Reliure velum d&#146;époque. Très bel exemplaire.

      Parisiis Ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regÿ. MDXLIIII 1544 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Aviso De Favoriti et Dottrina De Cortigiani, Con La Commendatione De La Villa, Opera Non Meno Utile Che Deletevole, Tradotta Nuovamente Di Spagnolo in Italiano Per Vincenzo Bondi Mantuano.

      Venetia, M.D. XLIIII. Col Privilegio Del Sommo Pontefice Paulo III et Del Senato Venetiano Per Anni Dieci. 1544(senza Il Nome Del Tipografo ma: Tramezzino), Venetia - [Costumi-Raro] (cm. 16) solida piena pelle del XVIII sec., nervi, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Restaurata, piatti conservati, sguardie antiche.-- cc. 20 nn., cc. 180. Elegante carattere corsivo. Grande marca della sibilla al frontis. Dedica a Paulus Papa III. Prima edizione rarissima, manca ad Adams, Choix, Moranti e Biblioteca Panizzi. Nel 1549 fu ripubblicata dal Tramezzino e da altri tipografi poi varie altre volte. in fine, al verso di c. 179: "Finisse il libro chiamato dispregio de corte, e laude della villa.nel quale si tratta di molte e assai buone dottrine per gl' huomini ch' amano il riposo delle loro case, et odiano e strepiti e rumori delle corti".Insignificante foro di tarlo restaurato a qualche carta all' inizio e in fine, altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido e fresco con grande ex libris antico, inciso in rame applicato alla sguardia. * Bm. Stc. 319; * Palau III 425; * Tinto "Annali dei Tramezzino" n° 48.[f46] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera

      Basle H. Froben 1544 - EDITIO PRINCEPS. pp. (xii) 967 (i). *6, a-z6, A-Z6, 2a-2h6, 2i4, 2k-2z6, 2A-2M6. Greek letter, preface in Roman. Title page in red and black, Froben&#146;s large woodcut device in red, fine large historiated woodcut initial and white on black and strapwork headpieces, capital spaces with guide letters, ms. ex-libris &#147;Beatae Maria de Brolio Catalogus Inscriptus&#148; in later hand, c. 1700, at blank upper margin of t-p, faded, another inscription in lower blank margin, almost completely faded, substantial neat scholarly marginal annotations throughout in both Greek and Latin, with some underlinings, in an early hand. Occasional very minor marginal thumb mark, small tear restored in lower outer corner of a1, just touching text, no letters affected. A very good copy, with wide clean margins, crisp and clean, in late C19th vellum over boards, spine with four thick raised bands, title gilt in compartment, in folding box.
 &#147;[Froben&#146;s press] is remarkable for the number and importance of its productions, as well as for excellence of workmanship. In his desire for accuracy Froben surrounded himself with a number of scholars to whom he deputed the work of editing and correcting. Chief among these was Erasmus, who, after visiting him on several occasions, in 1521 permanently took up his residence with the printer and gave fresh impetus to the press" (The Printed Book by Harry G. Aldis). Arlenius of Brabant was a pupil of Gyraldus and also produced the first Greek edition of Lycophron as well as an important edition of Polybius. In 1542 he travelled to Venice, where he became librarian to the Spanish ambassador, Diego Hurtado de Mendoza, cataloguing Mendoza's collection of Greek manuscripts, from whose library he obtained the manuscript to produce this edition. This work is dedicated to Mendoza. The beauty of Froben&#146;s printing, typography and layout does justice to the importance of the text; a very handsome copy of this seminal work.
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        (HEBREW BIBLE): DEUTERONOMIUM & CANTICUM CANTICORUM, Ruth, Lamentationes Ieremiae, Ecclesiastes, & Esther.

      (Paris, Robert Estienne, 1544).Two volumes, i.e. 2 parts only of 17: Part 5 and Part 17, 1544 - 1546. 16mo in eights, approximately 110 x 70 mm, 4¼ x 3 inches, Estienne's olive tree device on title pages, decorative border to title of first page of text in Volume 1 and to each book in Volume 2, Hebrew text throughout apart from title pages where the Latin names of the books of the Bible are printed in roman type and in Volume 2 the names of books are in roman type in lower margins, collation: P - Z8, AA - DD8, EE4 (EE4 blank),108 leaves; A - M8, O8, N - P8 (P6 - 8 are blanks, signature O bound out of order), 120 leaves, bound in early vellum, Latin titles printed at some time on spines, handwritten on upper covers. Title partly faded on spine of Volume 1, title on upper cover of Volume 2 very faint, tiny chip to tail of spine and to lower edges of covers next to spine on Volume I, Volume 2 darkened on spine and vellum dusty looking, some upper corners lightly browned in Volume 1, first few pages of Volume 2 slightly dusty and small closed tear to lower margin of Aiii, contents of both otherwise clean. Very good copies, beautifully printed by Estienne who had been appointed the King's printer in Hebrew in 1539. Between 1539 and 1544 he published the whole Hebrew O.T. in separate parts in 4to. Harvard, Mortimer, French Sixteenth Century Books, Volume I, page 99, No. 73; Darlow and Moule, Polyglots II,2, page 706; Adams, Books Printed on the Continent of Europe 1501 - 1600, page 136, No.1224; Brunet I, 856 (our Volume 2 listed by him as Part 12 not Part 17 as in Mortimer). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Charta Cosmographica, Cum Ventorum Propria Natura et Operatione.

      . Antwerp / 1544 (1550)???. 230x308 mm. * His famous heart-shaped world map is based upon a larger 1540 map by Gemma Frisius, a mathematician, cosmographer, cartographer, and physician who prepared the map for Peter Apian's Cosmographicus Liber. The map first appeared in the Cosmographia of 1544 or 1545. The woodblock is done on a cordiform projection, set in a dramatic surround of clouds, figures and windheads. The cartography shows precise outlines for Africa, South America and the East coast of North America. However, North America is shown as a narrow peninsula - Baccalearium, referring to the nearby cod fishing industry - separated from mainland Asia by a reduced Pacific Ocean. The size of the islands of Cuba and Hispaniola are both grossly exaggerated. Cannibals are depicted in South America. The ugly, cadaverous heads in the South represent what were believed to be plague-bearing southerly winds. Ships, monsters, and mermaids appear in the seas. The signs of the zodiac and Ptolemaic climate zones can be seen in the borders, along with deity figures representing the twelve winds. Despite these fantasies, Peter Apian is considered a pioneer in the development of astronomical and geographical instruments. The map is bordered by signs of the zodiac and the Ptolemaic climatic zones. Zeus and Mars, wearing the coats of arms of Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, are shown atop the map while wind-heads at the south represent the traditional believed plague-bearing nature of those winds. The map is highly decorative but also an important milestone in the history of cartography as it is one of the earliest maps to show a representation of America, or the name itself.<br>During the 16th Century, the quest for geographical knowledge was primarily spurred on by trade. The great trading nations of Europe became leaders in the printing of maps. Because of its location connecting land routes to the east and southeast, Germany became one of the pre-eminent map centers. Peter Apian, also known by his Latin name Petrus Apainus, was professor of mathematics and was known as a great astronomer. These skills combined with his interest in geography led to the establishment of his own printing press in Landshut. Apian's textbook Cosmographicus Liber was first published in 1524. The fourth edition (1529) and later editions were edited by his pupil Gemma Frisius, who inserted his own world map in the 1545 publication.<br>Shirley: The Mapping Of The World, 82 & 96..

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        Pomponii Melae De orbis situ, libri III. et C. Iulii Solini, Polyhistor. Quorum ille descriptionem singularum orbis terreni partium atque regionum: hic verò praeter eadem, quae ubiq[ue] memorabilia sint loca, animantia, plantae, gemmae, & similia, compendiosè enarrat. Basel, (colophon: Henric Petri, April 1576). 2 parts in 1 volume. 8vo. With woodcut publisher's device on title-page and a larger version on verso of last leaf, 30 (of 33) numbered woodcut map plates, including 19 double-page or folding, and numerous charming woodcut initials. 18th-century(?) parchment.

      Adams M-1063 (incomplete); Chadenat 6400; Harrisse 112; VD 16, M2326. The first and only edition to be edited by Christianus Vurstisius of the pioneering geographical works two classical Latin geographers, Mela and Solinus. Vurstisius (1544-1588) was a professor of mathematics and theology at Basel and its first city historian. Mela's geographical survey of the inhabited world, the first geographical work in Latin, is preceded by Vurstisius's preface and an extensive index. It is followed by a geographical summary of the parts of the known world by Caius Julius Solinus (3rd century).The woodcut map plates are numbered 1-33, but plate 33 contains 2 single-page maps and plate 26 (lacking in the present copy) contains 3 single-page maps, making 36 maps in total. Plates 28 and 29 were also printed on a single piece of paper, but were apparently intended for binding as 2 single-page plates, though in the present copy they appear as a single folding plate.With contemporary manuscript note on title-page, some underlining. Lacking 3 maps. Corner of 1 map repaired at an early date, slightly affecting the border, ocean and 1 small island, and tears in the gutter of one bifolium not affecting text, also partly repaired.

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        ARTEMIDORI DALDIANI PHILOSOPHI EXCELLENTISSIMI, DE SOMNIORUM INTERPRETATIONE, Libri Quinque, a Iano Cornario medico physico Francofordensi, latina lingua conscripti.

      Basileae, per Hieronymi Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium, mense Ianuario, Anno 1544.Basileae, per Hieronymi Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium, mense Ianuario, Anno 1544.. Printers' names taken from colophon, SECOND LATIN EDITION 1544, small 8vo, approximately 165 x 110 mm, 6½ x 4½ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, repeated in larger size on final page, pages: [3] 4 - 479, (1), rebound in full modern panelled calf, maroon gilt lettered label, gilt decoration to spine, blind decoration to covers, new endpapers, edges speckled red. Slightly untidy inscription in Latin to title page, pale staining to fore - edge margin and outer upper corner, corner staining recurs intermittently throughout to a greater or lesser degree, plus small light stain on 2 leaves, brief early ink note to 11 margins, a few pale underlinings. A good copy. This famous early work on the interpretation of dreams was written in the second century by the Greek Artemidorus Daldianus entitled Oneirokritika. It was first published in Venice by the Aldine Press in 1518. The first translation into Latin which was by the German humanist and physician Janus Cornarius, friend of Erasmus, appeared in Basel in 1539 from the printers of our book. Durling, 16th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, No.322; Caillet, Bibliographie des Sciences Occultes, Volume I, page 66 - 67; Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, page 26; Bibliotheca Osleriana, page 177; Adams, Books printed in Europe 1501 - 1600, Volume I, A2037. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        (HEBREW BIBLE): DEUTERONOMIUM & CANTICUM CANTICORUM, Ruth, Lamentationes Ieremiae, Ecclesiasates, & Esther.

      (Paris, Robert Estienne, 1544).Two volumes, i.e. 2 parts only of 17: Part 5 and Part 17, 1544 - 1546. 16mo in eights, approximately 110 x 70 mm, 4¼ x 3 inches, Estienne's olive tree device on title pages, decorative border to title of first page of text in Volume 1 and to each book in Volume 2, Hebrew text throughout apart from title pages where the Latin names of the books of the Bible are printed in roman type and in Volume 2 the names of books are in roman type in lower margins, collation: P - Z8, AA - DD8, EE4 (EE4 blank),108 leaves; A - M8, O8, N - P8 (P6 - 8 are blanks, signature O bound out of order), 120 leaves, bound in early vellum, Latin titles printed at some time on spines, hand written on upper covers. Title partly faded on spine of Volume 1, title on upper cover of Volume 2 very faint, tiny chip to tail of spine and to lower edges of covers next to spine on Volume I, Volume 2 darkened on spine and vellum dusty looking, some upper corners lightly browned in Volume 1, first few pages of Volume 2 slightly dusty and small closed tear to lower margin of Aiii, contents of both otherwise clean. Very good copies, beautifully printed by Estienne who had been appointed the King's printer in Hebrew in 1539. Between 1539 and 1544 he published the whole Hebrew O.T. in separate parts in 4to. Harvard, Mortimer, French Sixteenth Century Books, Volume I, page 99, No. 73; Darlow and Moule, Polyglots II,2, page 706; Adams, Books Printed on the Continent of Europe 1501 - 1600, page 136, No.1224; Brunet I, 856 (our Volume 2 listed by him as Part 12 not Part 17 as in Mortimer). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Rhetoricorum Aristotelis Libri tres, interprete Hermolao Barbaro P.V. Commentaria in eosdem Danielis Barbari

      Venezia, Pauli Gerardi Opera, apud Cominum de Tridino Montis Ferrati, 1544. 1544 In 4°, c.nn. 4, numerate 202, nn. 4. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bella incisione xilografica in fine. Rara prima edizione con il commento di Daniele Barbaro, condotto sul testo tradotto in latino da suo zio Ermolao. Ottimo esemplare. Legatura seicentesca in pelle. Nervarure, titoli e fregi in oro al dorso. Restauri alle cuffie. Tagli marmorizzati. (Hoffmann, I, 315: "Schoener Druck und Papier"; sconosciuto ad Adams; Graesse, I, 215 cita una ristampa).

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        Lettera autografa firmata del celebre Bibliotecario dei Farnese. Figlio illegittimo di un Orsini del ramo di Mugnano, le sue doti intellettuali gli avevano fatto presto guadagnare la protezione di Gentile Delfini, che si occupò della sua formazione e lo presentò in seguito ai Farnese. Nel 1544, egli figurava già sul rotolo de' familiari a carico del Cardinale Alessandro, sebbene fosse a servizio del Cardinale Ranuccio come Bibliotecario, incarico che svolse per l'intera vita. E al Cardinale Farnese (dest. autografo alla quarta con sig. cart. e taglio della carta in diagonale non lesivo del testo) è indirizzata proprio questa lettera datata Roma xxi di luglio 1576 in cui l'Orsini descrive un procedimento (alchemico?) che sta eseguendo per conto del Cardinale Hoggi è spirato il tempo che V.S.M. s'era contentata di prefigere a'quel negozio & qui non s'ha altro di più senonchè la materia tutta che io scrissi a V.S.M. starà nel fuoco La persona coniettura che sarà disposta affatto per la reduttione, quale dice di voler principian il giorno seguente come prima sarà messa in fuoco per cinque (ore?) la istessa materia tutta ma in boccio grande di vitro estando le cosà in finà, starò aspettando (quello) che V.S.M. risolverà di fare perché in nero non venendosi?etc.. Annibal Caro, il Segretario di Alessandro, fin dal 1555 presentava l'Orsini come un giovane di molto merito, il quale è molto amico mio.

      

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        Liber de geometria practica, sive de practicis longitudinum, planorum & solidorum: hoc est linearum, superficierum et corporum, mensionibus aliisque mechanicis, ex demonstratis Euclidis elementis corollarius. Ubi et de quadrato geometrico, et virgis seu baculis mensoriis. Nunc primum apud germanos in lucem emissus.

      Strasbourg, [Knobloch 1544 - In-4 [188 x 135 mm]. Collation : (4), 133, (1) pp., 1 planche repliée hors-texte. Cartonnage beige du XIXe. Très rare édition strasbourgeoise imprimée par Knobloch pour Georg Messerschmidt. L'ouvrage avait été publié dans la 'Protomathesis' du même auteur et a paru par la suite sous le titre de "De re & praxi geometrica". Le titre nous indique que c'est la première édition publiée en pays germanique. Elle est illustrée par 102 bois gravés dans le texte et une planche dépliante hors-texte. Petite déchirure dans le blanc du titre. Papier bruni. Cachet ex-libris au bas du titre d'Eugène Prouhet et amicorum. OCLC : one copy in USA at Cornell univ. Adams 465 // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ARTEMIDORI DALDIANI PHILOSOPHI EXCELLENTISSIMI, DE SOMNIORUM INTERPRETATIONE, Libri Quinque, a Iano Cornario medico physico Francofordensi, latina lingua conscripti

      Basileae, per Hieronymi Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium, mense Ianuario, Anno 1544.. Basileae, per Hieronymi Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium, mense Ianuario, Anno 1544.. Basileae, per Hieronymi Frobenium & Nicolaum Episcopium, mense Ianuario, Anno 1544.. Printers&#39; names taken from colophon, SECOND LATIN EDITION 1544, small 8vo, approximately 165 x 110 mm, 6½ x 4½ inches, printer&#39;s pictorial device on title page, repeated in larger size on final page, pages: [3] 4-479, (1), rebound in full modern panelled calf, maroon gilt lettered label, gilt decoration to spine, blind decoration to covers, new endpapers, edges speckled red. Slightly untidy inscription in Latin to title page, pale staining to fore-edge margin and outer upper corner, corner staining recurs intermittently throughout to a greater or lesser degree, plus small light stain on 2 leaves, brief early ink note to 11 margins, a few pale underlinings. A good copy. This famous early work on the interpretation of dreams was written in the second century by the Greek Artemidorus Daldianus entitled Oneirokritika. It was first published in Venice by the Aldine Press in 1518. The first translation into Latin which was by the German humanist and physician Janus Cornarius, friend of Erasmus, appeared in Basel in 1539 from the printers of our book. Durling, 16th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, No.322; Caillet, Bibliographie des Sciences Occultes, Volume I, page 66-67; Wellcome Historical Medical Library, Volume I, page 26; Bibliotheca Osleriana, page 177; Adams, Books printed in Europe 1501-1600, Volume I, A2037. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Roma trionfante [...] tradotta pur hora per Lucio Fauno di Latino in buona lingua volgare.

      Per Michele Tramezzino 1544 Prima edizione. Marca tipografica al frontespizio raffigurante la Sibilla. Cfr. Rossetti 1127, Adams 2070, Fossati Bellani 3621; Brunet, I, 978; Cicognara, 3621. Ottima copia, tagli rossi. Raro. in 16° cc. n.n. 24 con indici e dedicatoria, cc. numerate 384.

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        Catalogo de gli anni et principi da la creatione de l&#39; huomo, fin&#39; a 1540. dal nascere di Christo, opera quanto dir si possa utilißima, per Valerio Anselmo Raid composta, e nuovamente di latino in volgare tradotta per Pietro Lauro Modonese

      In Venetia, per Michele Tramezino, 1544.: . In Venetia, per Michele Tramezino, 1544.. Nel MDXXXXIIII. Title-leaf w. wdct. printer&#39;s device [Sibilla] and 7 unpaginated preliminary leaves; A1-S8 also numbered at te top: 143 numbered leaves (misprinted leaf 138 with "183") . On r° leaf 143: MDXLIII Del mese di Decembre, then 2 pages with notes on some popes in a clear contemporary hand, starting with the text: "A&#39;di/10/de/Novembre di A,1549/passo de questa vitapnte Papa Paulo terzo Romano di casa Farnese et questo fu ad mot(?) cavallo la Domenica al ore 13/ et poi fu portato ..; then verso the second leaf the Sibilla woodcut repeated. On top-, & lower edge in a contemporary handwriting in ink respectively: "Chronice universale" & "Catale(sic!)go de anni". Full vellum w. the title on spine in a contemporary hand. Small-8°. Binding a bit worn and soiled, rests of silken vellum-cords, small wormhole on frontside and very small inobtrusive wormholes on first 4 leaves; frontal fly-leaf partly cut; on 3 pp. a few stains and thumbing. Overall well-preserved typographically nicely executed, clean copy. Only 4 copies in major libraries: one copy in the Canadian National Library. One in the Bayerische Staatsbibliothek and 2 copies in the Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris; not present in the Italian National Library. B.M. Short title catalogue of books printed in Italy from 1465 to 1600, p. 547 ; Adams, R 31. * More pictures available on request. &#146;&#146;&#146;&#146; Piu informazione in lingua italiana a richiesta.

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        Leben und höchstwunderlicher Tugend-Wandel deß gottseligen Bruders Francisci vom Kindlein Jesu, Barfüsser Carmeliter Ordens. Anjetzo aber allererst in unsere Teutsche Sprach übersetzet, und von vielen Fehleren, welche in den Lateinischen Truck eingeschlichen, verbessert. Köln, J. W. Friessem 1684. 8°. 7 Bll., 447 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschließen.

      . . VD17 12:118618X.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe, sehr selten (über KVK nur 1 Ex. in der BSB nachweisbar).- Leben und Wunder des Francisco Pascual Sanchez, besser bekannt als Bruder Franziskus vom Kinde Jesu (Villapalacios 1544 - Madrid 1604) aus dem Barfüßer-Karmeliter Orden.- Innendeckel u. Front. verso gestempelt, tls. etw. braunfleckig, der dekorative Ebd. etw. berieben.

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        Amberg / Bayern Amberga

      1544 - 1628. Motivmass: 15,0x37,0 Blattmass: 30,0x41,0 Holzschnitt Kosmographie, deutsche Ausgabe Schwarzweiß.

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        Poemata, ratio mensuum quibus odae eisdem poetae tenentur. Centimetrum marij servij. Variae lectiones ex vetustiss. codicibus

      Roberti Stephani, Parisiis 1544 - [Classici] (cm.17,3) ottimo pieno vitello sec. XVIII, nervi, tassello e ricchi fregi in oro al dorso e ai labbri. -- pp. 274, cc. 15 nn. Bella marca al frontis, carattere corsivo assai elegante. All' inizio un' appendice metrica e la vita del poeta del Crinito. Importante edizione citata anche dal Brunet. Frontis restaurato e rinforzato, qualche lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare buono e marginoso. * Renouard I 61; * Adams H 887; * Bm. Stc. French 231; * Brunet III 314. [f73] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentario de le cose de Turchi, et del S. Georgio Scanderbeg, Principe di Epyro. Con la sua vita, et le vittorie per lui fatte [...].

      (Venedig, Bernardino de Bindoni), 1544(-1545).. 50, (2) Bll. Mit kleinem Holzschnitt am Schluß. Pergamentband der Zeit. 8vo.. Sehr seltene "Zusammenfassung des Commentario delle cose de Turchi des Paolo Giovio und der Historia de vita et gestis Scanderbegi des Marino Barlezio" (Göllner). - Die neuere Literatur bei A. Laporta, La vita di Scanderbeg di Paolo Angelo (Venezia, 1539); un libro anonimo restituito al suo autore, Galatina 2004. - Etwas fleckig. Aus der Sammlung des Schweizer Industriellen Herry W. Schaefer. - Edit 16, CNCE 21160. Petrovitch 20f. Göllner 827. Vgl. Brunet III, 586.

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        Vitae patrum, in usu ministrorum verbi, quo ad eius fieri potuit repurgatae per Georgium Maiorem. Cum praefatione Doctoris Martini Lutheri. Mit einem Holzschnitt als Titeleinfassung.

      Wittenberg: Peter Seitz d.Ä 1544.. 8 Blatt, 323 Blatt, 21 Blatt. Halbleder des 19. Jahrhunderts mit dezenter Rückenvergoldung und Rückentitel, Klein-Oktav, Einband 14,5 x 11 cm.. (Einband etwas beschabt und bestossen, Rücken etwas eingerissen und fleckig, oben etwas knapp beschnitten aber ohne Textbeeinträchtigung, diverse Bibliotheksstempel und Ausscheidungsvermerke, Spiegel und Vorsätze leimschattig, im oberen Bug auf den ersten Lagen Verfärbung und Verklebung, teils mit Einrissen und kleiner Beeinträchtigung der Lesbarkeit, die letzten zwei Blatt des Registers mit neu angestückten Fehlstellen und minimalem Textverlust, das Colophon nur noch fragmentarisch erhalten, sonst innen nur wenig gebräunt oder braunfleckig und insgesamt noch ordentlich erhalten). - Erste Ausgabe, das Vorwort von Martin Luther im Erstdruck. - Major (eigentlich Maier, 1502 - 1574) war erst Sängerknabe am kurfürstlichen Hof in Wittenberg, bevor er dann an der dortigen Universität Theologie studierte und 1523 als Magister abschloß. Er arbeitete mehrere Jahre als Hauslehrer und wurde 1537 Prediger an der Schloßkirche in Wittenberg, wo ihn Luther im selben Jahr ordinierte. Luther promovierte ihn auch 1544 zum Doktor der Theologie. Seit 1545 war Major Professor für Neues Testament an der Uni Wittenberg. Wegen der Schmalkaldischen Kriege floh er und war kurzzeitig in Magdeburg und Merseburg tätig. Seit 1548 lebte er dann wieder in Wittenberg, und gab dort 1552-1559 Luthers Werke heraus. Seit 1558 war er auch Dekan der Wittenberger Theologischen Fakultät. Major verfasste zahlreiche theologische Schriften, mit denen er lt. Bautz "in die kirchenpolitischen und theologischen Turbulenzen des Übergangs zum konfessionellen Zeitalter" geriet. Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten Theologen seiner Zeit. - Bautz (cit. nach der Online-Version) - VD 16 M 2205 - Benzing 3455.

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        Spiegel Hoher Fürstlicher Personen, darinnen treyer fürtreffenlicher großmütiger Potentaten und tapfferer Kriegshelden, benambtlich Alexandri Magni, Cai Iulii Caesaris, Scipionis Africani, Leben und Ritterliche Thaten: Beneben außführlicher Information, wie sich ein KriegsOberster in thun und lassen... erzeigen soll... mit sonderm fleiß auß Italianischer, in Teutsche Sprach ubergesetzt. 2 Tle in 1 Band. Straßburg, L. Zetzner 1602. 8°. 6 Bll., 274 S., 1 w.Bl., 463 S., flex. Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      . . VD17 39:121250P - Georgi I, 188 - nicht im STC.- Außerordentlich seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe dieses Lehrwerks für Fürstenschulen des Diplomaten und Schriftstellers Giovanni Botero (1544-1617).- Die Lehre von der Staatsräson ist untrennbar mit seinem Namen verbunden. In seiner epochalen Schrift "Della Ragion di Stato" Rom 1589 hat Botero als erster den Versuch unternommen zu definieren, was unter Staatsräson im Sinne der zeitgenössischen ragion di stato zu verstehen sei. Botero bezeichnet den Staat als eine "auf Dauer gestellte Herrschaft über ein Volk" und die Staatsräson als "Kenntnis der Mittel, die zur Gründung, Erhaltung und Erweiterung dieser Herrschaft vonnöten sind."- Gebräunt, Bindebänder fehlen, sonst gutes Exemplar.

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        La pace e l'accordo fatto tra li sopremi, e potentissimi prencipi Francesco per la Dio gratia re di Francia christianiss. e Carlo per la medesima gratia imperatore, e re del le Spagne catholico, pubblicata ne la gloriosa cita di Parigi a li venti di settembre ne'l MDXLIIII.

      (Venedig, Gilliberto Nehou), [1544?].. (8) SS. Mit Wappenvignette in Holzschnitt am Titel. Buntpapier-Heftstreifenrücken. 8vo.. Seltener, in nur einem einzigen weiteren Exemplar, nachweisbarer Druck des kurzlebigen Friedensvertrags zwischen Franz I. von Frankreich und Kaiser Karl V. in deren langdauernden Kriegen. Nach einem Erbfolgestreit um das Herzogtum Mailand (das der Kaiser für seinen Sohn Philipp beanspruchte) besetzte Franz I. Turin, verbündete sich mit den Osmanen und belagerte im August 1543 mit einer französisch-osmanischen Armee Nizza. Die Auseinandersetzungen zwischen Valois und Habsburg endeten nur kurzzeitig 1544 mit dem Frieden von Crepy. - Leichte Randläsuren, sonst wohlerhalten. Ein einziges Exemplar in italienischen Bibliotheken nachweisbar (Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana). - Edit 16, CNCE 19762. Nicht in Adams oder BM-STC Italian.

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        Brief mit eigenh. U.

      Wien, 7. III. 1544.. 1¾ SS. auf Doppelblatt. Folio. Mit Adresse (Faltbrief).. Als niederösterreichischer Kammerpräsident im Auftrag von Ferdinand I. an den Abt von Neuberg mit der Mitteilung, daß die Eisenerzeuger von Mürzzuschlag Schwierigkeiten beim Transport des Eisens nach Leoben und Wiener Neustadt haben und daß aus diesem Grund Georg Paradeiser, König (später Kaiser) Ferdinands Zöllner zu Massenberg, beauftragt wurde, sich der Beschwerden anzunehmen. - Sigmund von Herberstein war 1509 in das kaiserliche Heer eingetreten und wurde 1514 von Kaiser Maximilian zum Ritter geschlagen und zum Rat ernannt. "Aufgrund seiner Sprachkenntnisse wurde Herberstein zu zahlreichen diplomatischen Diensten nach Italien, Dänemark, Polen, in die Schweiz und nach Rußland entsandt. Die Abordnung zum Augsburger und Wormser Reichstag gehörte zu einer seiner wichtigen politischen Missionen. 1525 reiste Herberstein nach Moskau, um zwischen Polen und Rußland zu vermitteln. 1541 gelang ihm der Abschluß eines Friedensvertrages mit Sultan Soliman. Herberstein war der erste humanistisch gebildete und des Russischen kundige Rußlandreisende; seine 'Rerum Moscovitarum commentarii' (1549, dt. 1557) sind von großer Bedeutung. Seine Autobiographie wurde von Theodor Georg von Karajan in den 'Fontes rerum Austriacarum' (Abt. I., Bd. 1, 1855) veröffentlicht" (DBE). - Gering fleckig und angestaubt.

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        Polydori Vergilii Vrbinatis de Rervm Inventoribus libri octo. Eiusdem in dominicam precem commentariorum. Item, Dialogorum de prodigrijs libri tres. (etc.).

      Basel, M. Isingrinius 1544.. Titelbl., 27 nn. Bll. (Vorwort d. Autors, Indices), 615 S., mit e. Druckermarke am Titelblatt, sow. schönen größeren u. kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Schweinslederband d. Zeit über Holzdeckeln, Rücken mit Farbe überstrichen u. v. alter Hand beschriftet, mit reicher Blindprägung von Rollen- u. Plattenstempeln sow. Streicheisenlinien auf d. Einbanddeckeln, mit Metallschließen, Einband stärker gebräunt, bestoßen, Lederüberzug teilweise geringfügig abgelöst, Rücken an d. Kapitalen schadhaft, mit einzelnen Wurmlöchern, Bindung gelockert, Schnitt etwas tintenfleckig, Lederbänder der Schließen u. vorderes fliegendes Vorsatzblatt fehlen. Titelblatt und Anfangsseiten etw. fingerfleckig u. an d. Unterkante im Falz wasserrandig. Mit zahlreichen alten Anmerkungen in verschiedenen Schriften, e. kleinen Eigentumsstempel am Titelblatt (P. Kirch) u. e. Beschriftung v. alter Hand am Schnitt.. VD16 V752. Adams II, Vgl. Zedler 47,712f. BMC German Books 889 humanistische Enzyklopädie d. V. (auch Vergilio; ca. 1470-1555), in der die Ursprünge d. menschlichen Künste, Wissenschaften, Religionen u. Gesellschaftsformen behandelt werden. Dieses "Lexikon der Erfindungen", dessen erste Version bereits 1499 erschien, erlebte bis zum Beginn des 18. Jh., in insgesamt mehr als 100 Ausgaben, eine enorme Verbreitung in ganz Europa. Zahlreiche Übersetzungen in die wichtigsten europäischen Sprachen bekunden, dass das Werk nicht nur von Wissenschaftlern gelesen wurde. Noch heute stellt das Werk eine gesuchte Quelle bei der Forschung nach den Ursprüngen des kulturellen Wissens dar, u.a. enthält es die bekannt gewordenen Ausführungen über die damals hochaktuelle Erfindung des Buchdrucks, wobei der Autor (bereits) Gutenberg als Erfinder nennt, über die ersten Bücher und Bibliotheken. Seltene Ausgabe.

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        C. Crispi Sallustii de coniuratione catilinae historia. Eiusdem de bello iugurthino [etc.]

      Paris Rob. Stephani 1544. First and only Estienne edition. 8vo. pp. 208, [32]. Title page with Estienne device [Renouard Typographiques #294]. Text in italic. Pages are clean and crisp with some mild spotting to the title page. A faint monogram signature in an old hand is present on either side of the printer's device. Bound in early 19th century straight grained red morocco; spots of rubbing to extremities; with careful restoration to the outer hinges and to the upper corner tip on the front cover. All edges are gilt. The heraldic book plate and monogrammed ticket of English book collector Sir John Hayford Thorold (1773-1831) are pasted on the inside front cover. [See De Ricci, "English Collectors " plate VIII, also pp. 159-160]. A second heraldic plate from another previous owner is located on the marbled fly-leaf. Contents include the extant historical works of the Roman statesman and author Caius Crispus Sallustius (86-35 b.c.e) [1.] "De conjuratione Catilinae" (On the Catiline Conspiracy) describes events surrounding Lucius Sergius Catilina's attempts between 65 and 62 b.c.e. to forcefully take over the Roman government [2.] "De bello Jugurthino"(On the Jugurthine War) narrates the war of succession in Numidia (111-104 b.c.e.) where Roman forces sought to intervene in the power struggle between King Jugurtha and his brother Adherbal. [3] Fragments of other historical writings. This edition of Sallustius was printed by Robert Estienne, the French printer-scholar best known for fine typography and quality editions of the classics. [Renouard, Estienne, 14; Adams S-155; Schweiger III, p. 873; Graesse VI, p. 238]. Hardcover.

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        In evangelia, quae usitato more in diebus dominicis et festis proponuntur, annotationes ... beigebunden: Spalatin, Georg: Magnifice conoslatoria exempla et sententiae ex vitis et passionibus sanctorum et aliorum summorum virorum ; brevissimae collectae ... Vitebergae ; Schirlent ; 1544 ; [86] Bl.

      [Wittenberg] Vuitebergae Seitz Peter d.Ä., 1544.. Beide Bände im Jahr des Erstdruckes mit den Enarrationes quarundam ... de S. Stephano ... Actorum VI. & VII. Kollation: [8], 14[=114], 132, [=133], [87] Bl. in Lateinischer Sprache. Original geprägter Schweinsledereinband auf Holzdeckel auf drei echten Bünden und 2 Metall-Lederschließen. Auf den Bünden und an den Kanten stärker berieben, Leder stark nachgedunkelt. Mit Einträgen von alte Hand am Vorderdeckel und an Titel, sowie auf einigen vorderen Blättern.. VD16 E 4531 (Melanchthon); VD16 S 7424 (Spalatin); Benzing, Luther 3456. - Beide Werke im Jahr des Erstdruckes mit den Enarrationes quarundam ... de S. Stephano ... Actorum VI. & VII. - Der Druck erschien bei Seitz d. Ä. 1544 mit den identische Titelblättern in 2 Satzvarianten. - Philipp Melanchthon, eigentlich Philipp Schwartzerdt (geb. 16. Februar 1497 in Bretten; gest. 19. April 1560 in Wittenberg), war Philologe, Philosoph, Humanist, Theologe, Lehrbuchautor und neulateinischer Dichter. Er war als Reformator neben Martin Luther eine treibende Kraft der deutschen und europäischen kirchenpolitischen Reformation und wurde auch "Praeceptor Germaniae" (Lehrer Deutschlands) genannt. - Georg Burkhardt Spalatin (geb. 17. Januar 1484 in Spalt im Bistum Eichstätt (daher sein Name); gest. 16. Januar 1545 in Altenburg) war ein deutscher Humanist, Theologe, Reformator und Historiker. Er war Beichtvater und Vertrauter des Kurfürsten Friedrich August. 1530 begleitete Spalatin den Kurfürsten zum Augsburger Reichstag. Von 1527 bis 1542 entwickelte er eine bedeutende Tätigkeit bei der Organisation der evangelischen Kirche der sächsischen Lande.

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        Traduttione della letteta [recte: lettera] per la Maesta del Re Christianissimo scritta a Monsignor illustrissimo el Cardinale di Ma[n]toa sopra lo stabilime[n]to della pace. Con el Triompho della Christianitade per la pace universale trali principi Christiani.

      [Wohl Italien, 1544].. (8) SS. Mit Wappenvignette in Holzschnitt und vierteiliger Bordüre am Titel. Buntpapier-Heftstreifenrücken. 8vo.. Einziges bekanntes Exemplar dieser Flugschrift, international weder im Handel noch über Bibliographien oder Bibliothekskataloge nachgewiesen.

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        Biblia Hebraica cum punctis. Das Alte Testament (Torah, Nebiim, Ketubim), insgesamt 17 Teile in 8 vol.

      Paris 1544/46 bei Robert Stephanus - 17 Teile in 8 vol - in 16mo (11 x 7,5 cm). Stephanus' 2. hebräische Voll-Bibel, sofort nach Abschluß d. Quarto -Bibel in Angriff genommen, wiederum in Lieferungen erschienen, diesm. jedoch - erstmals für eine hebr. Bibel - in Bibel-Kleinstformat. Druckvorlage ist Stephanus EA u. damit wiederum die Bombergiana Venedig 1524/25. Jeder Erwerber ließ diese Einzelteile - nach seiner religiösen Herkunft, ob Jude oder Christ - einbinden, meistens in 7 oder 8 vol. Jede Einzellieferung hat den einheitlich gestalteten Titel mit hebr. u. lat. Namen nebst der kleinen Steph.-Dr.-Marke (abgeb.: Ph. Renouard pp 88/89 Nr. 298). Der vollständige 'Set' - eine Bibel- Rarität oberster Stufe - stellt sich -Titel u. Leer-Bl. mitberücksichtig. - folgendermaßen, wobei ich die Kollationen der Lieferungen mit den Namen der Bibelbücher angebe, so wie sie der Reihenfolge nach hier eingebunden worden sind. Die beiden ersten Bände enthalten d. Pentateuch (I 1 Genesis + 2 Exodus u. II 3 Leviticus + 4 Numeri + 5 Deuteronomium: a-r8 s10 t-z8 aa-kk8 ll4 mm-zz8 A-N8 O10 P- Z8 AA-DD8 EE4)=insges. 588 Bl. Bd III m. Josua, Richter u. Samuel hat 328 Bl (A-T8 , a-y8). Bd IV mit Könige u. Chronica/Paralipomena hat 368 Bl (A-Z8 , A-Z8). Bd V m. Jesaia / Jeremia hat 300 Bl (A-Q8 R4 , a-x8). Bd VI mit Hesekiel u. den 12 klein. Propheten hat 264 Bl (aa-ss8 , A-P8). Bd VII mit Daniel u. Esdra/Nehemia u. Psalmen hat 280 Bl (a-p8 , A-V8). Bd VIII mit Sprüche u. Hiob u. die 5 Megilloth (Hohelied-Ruth-Klagelieder des Jeremia, Prediger/Kohelet-Esther) hat 194 Bl (AA-NN8 OO10 , A-K8). Der Bibel-Set ist noch in den 8 einheitlich gestalteten braunen Leder-Bänden auf 4 erhab. Bünden nebst Rücken-Vergoldung gebunden, vereinzelt bestoßen/beschabt u. in den Scharnieren nebst Kopfbünden hier u. da angerissen, dazu in jedem Band die früheren Besitzvermerke; im inneren hier und da fleckig, besonders in Bd V einschließl. Papieranränderungen, jedoch insges. komplett u. alles noch im ersten uniformen Zustand, extrem rar. - Fortsetzung:. Fortsetzung: Wer Stephanus' hebr. Bibeln zu Gesicht bekommen hat, wird vom Jubel fortgerissen; Renouard's freudige Begeisterung kulminiert in dem Ausruf (aaO): "Cette petite edition que l'on dit fort exacte,est vraiment un bijou typographique, et peut-etre ce qui a jamais ete imprime de plus beau en langue hebraique " - Steinschneider (Bodleiana) I 22 Nr. 115 - Fürst III (1863) 385 (zu: R Stephanus) - Sussex I 2 p 146 Nr. 9 - DM II 2 p 706 Nota nach Nr. 5089 - BM (Bibl 1 - 1936) XVI 398 (17 pt) - Adams I p 136, B 1224 - Berkowitz p 99 Nr 169 - Masch I p 26 ff Rdz II - Renouard. Estienne (1838) p 65 Nr. 1 - Baumgarten. Merkw. Bücher. II 214 ff Nr. 1205 (betr. nur Einzel-Bände) - Index Wernigerode (1766) p 34 (betr. nur 7 Einzel-Vol.) - Brunet I 856 - Graesse I 384 - Ebert I 181 Nr. 2231 - Schreiber (1982) p 79/80 Nr. 82 - Mortimer. French I. pp 99/100 Nr. 73. - Stephanus hebr. Quarto-Bibel Paris 1539-1544 (vgl. A. Aug. Renouard. pp 54/55 Nr. 13) ist diesseits ebenf. ausführlich beschr. u. bei ZVAB ins Internet gestellt. Zwecks Vermeid. von Wiederhol. wird hierauf Bezug genommen.

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        Hebräische Bibel - Altes Testament)

      . (Paris, Robert Estienne 1544 - 1546). 17 Teile in 17 Bänden. 16°. I (Quinque libri legis): 146 Bll. (a - r 8,, s 10); II (Exodus): 124 Bll. (t-z 8, aa-kk 8, ll 4 [das letzte weiß]); III: (Leviticus): 88 Bll. (mm - yy 8); IV (Numeri): 122 Bll. (zz 8, A-N 8, O 10); V (Deuteronomium): 108 Bll. (P-Z 8, AA-DD 8, EE 4 [das letzte weiß]); VI (Iosue & Iudices): 152 Bll. (A-T 8 [T 7 und T 8 weiß]); VII (Samuel): 176 Bll. (a-y 8); VIII (Reges): 184 Bll. (A-Z 8); IX (Prophetia Isaiae): 132 Bll. (A-Q 8, R 4 [das letzte weiß]); X: (Prophetia Ieremiae): 168 Bll. (a-x 8); XI(Prophetia Ezechielis): 144 Bll. (aa - ss 8); XII (Duodecim Prophetae): 120 Bll. (A-P 8 [P 6- P 8 weiß]); XIII (Psalterium): 160 Bll. (A-V 8 [das letzte weiß]); XIV (Proverbia Salomonis & Iob.): 114 Bll. (AA-NN 8, OO 10); XV (Canticum canticorum, Ruth, Lamentationes Ieremiae, Ecclesiastes, & Ester): 80 Bll. (A-K 8); XVI (Daniel & Esdras): 120 Bll. (a-p 8); XVII (Liber Paralipomenon): 184 Bll. (A-Z 8 [das letzte weiß]). Vollständig mit allen weißen Bll. Jeder Band mit Estienne-Druckermarke (Olivenbaum, s. Renouard 298) auf dem Titelbl. Jedes Titelbl. mit dem vollständigen Titel in hebräischen Typen, darunter folgt ein Kurztitel in lateinischen Lettern. Die hebräischen Titel der einzelnen Bücher stehen zu Beginn des jeweiligen Textes und sind in eine Kartusche gesetzt. Der Text durchgehend in Hebräisch gedruckt. 16 der 17 Bände sind in geglättetes Kalbs- (oder Schafs-?) Leder des frühen 18. Jahrhunderts gebunden (nur gering berieben, einzelne Deckel etwas beschabt, einige Bände, v.a. der 8., an Kopf und Schwanz des Rückens restauriert) mit goldgeprägten Stehkantenfileten; Goldschnitt. Bd. 10 in neuem Kalbsleder im Stil der übrigen mit neuen Vorsätzen (dieser Band stammt aus einem anderen Exemplar, ist leicht abweichend beschnitten und als einziger nicht regliert). Alle Teile im Erstdruck dieses zweiten Alten Testaments auf Hebräisch bei Estienne (der sog. "pocket edition"). In dieser Vollständigkeit eine äußerst seltene Ausgabe; v.a. der Psalter findet sich immer wieder im Nachdruck. Noch seltener sind Exemplare, in denen - wie in unserem - jeder Teil separat gebunden ist. Ruth Mortimer schreibt zu den hebräischen Estienne-Bibeln: "In his Hebrew Old Testament in quarto, printed from 1539 to 1544 (Andover-Harvard), Estienne employed a large square type for the text and a font of the more cursive Rashi type for the notes. Interspersed in the notes, for text quotations, is a small square type. The large text type is known to have been cut by Jean Arnoul, called le Picard, and the other two fonts might be attributed to the same hand (see Armstrong,Estienne, p. 51-52, but note that she refers to two fonts only, one cited as text type for the 16° edition). The Rashi type was used on the title-pages of the 16° edition. The square text type in this edition is a new font, only slightly larger than the small type of the quarto. Part of this new font appears in the text of Estienne's 1544 Alphabetu(m) hebraicum (HCL), although the full alphabet is printed in the quarto text font. Concerning the 16° edition, Renouard (Estienne, p. 65, no.1) writes : 'Cette petite edition que l'on dit fort exacte, est vraiment un bijou typographique, et peut-etre ce qui a jamais ete imprime de plus beau en langue hebraique' ". 16 Bändchen regliert. Alte Besitzereinträge (Jesuitenkolleg in Louvain / Löwen), Bibliotheksstempel des Jesuitenkollegs von Douai auf den Titeln und dem jeweils letzten Bl., Exlibris dieses Kollegs in Bd. 15. Ganz schwach gebräunt, ein paar Bändchen mit kleineren Wurmgängen, überwiegend im weißen Rand. In den Untertiteln von Bd. 1, 6, 9 und 11 - 16 sind zwei Wörter ("Robertus Stephanus") gestrichen oder durch Rasur entfernt (dadurch jeweils kleine Papierfehlstelle). Darüber hinaus sind alle Bände exzellent erhalten. Steinschneider 115; Renouard/Est. 65, 1; Mortimer 73 (2 unvollst. Exx.); Adams B 1224; BMSTC (French Books) 56 (3 Exx., 2 unvollst.); Brunet ("Jolie edition") I, 856. Girard/Boutailler (Paris) 50 (5 Exx., offensichtlich alle unvollständig); Ebert 2231 ("Schön und corr."). Nicht bei Fairfax - Murray..

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        In anatomen corporis humani tabulae quatuor, nunc denuo accuratius recognitae, una cum copiosissimo, qui antea non erat, indice.

      Venedig, Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1544.. 117, (11) Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und am letzten Bl. verso größer wdh. (Vorgebunden) II: Dubois, Jacques. In Hippocratis elementa Iacobi Sylvii medici commentarius. Ebd., 1543. 24 Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und am letzten Bl. verso größer wdh. Restaurierter Pergamentband der Zeit. 8vo.. Anatomische Hauptschrift des Louis Vasse (1500-80). Vorgebunden der Kommentar zu den "Elementa" des Hippokrates vom französischen Humanisten und Anatomen Jacques Dubois (Jacobus Sylvius, 1478-1555), Lehrer sowohl des Vasse als auch des Vesalius. - Die erste Lage der Vorbindung verbunden; Vorsätze erneuert. Einige zeitgenöss. Marginalien von Humanistenhand. - I: Edit 16, CNCE 36097. Adams V 301. Nicht bei BM-STC Italian. - II: Edit 16, CNCE 17797. Nicht bei BM-STC Italian oder Adams.

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        De i fatti del Magno Alessandro Re di Macedonia nuovamente di greco tradotto in italiano per Pietro Lauro modonese.

      appresso Michele Tramezino,, in Venetia, 1544 - In-8° antico (155x100mm), ff. (9), 178, (2), legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle rossa al dorso. Tagli azzurri. Impresa tipografica al frontespizio e al colophon). Spazi guida per i capilettera. Registro ed explicit al recto della prima c. Normali bruniture, qualche alone lieve. Antica firma cassata al frontespizio. Bell'esemplare. Prima traduzione italiana, rara. Arriano di Nicomedia, vissuto nel II secolo d.C., fu scrittore fecondissimo d'ogni genere d'argomenti, dalla filosofia alla geografia, dalla storia alla caccia. Discepolo di Epitteto a Nicopoli, fu fedele seguace della sua filosofia stoica. L'amicizia con l'imperatore Adriano, forse conosciuto all'epoca della frequentazione di Epitteto, gli permise di ricoprire prestigiose cariche politiche; da un'iscrizione ritrovata a Cordova sappiamo che fu proconsole della Spagna Betica, e che, intorno al 130, assurse al grado di console. Nominato governatore della Cappadocia dal 131 al 136, riuscì ad amministrarla con grande competenza, respingendo nel 135 un'invasione dei barbari Alani. Si ritirò in seguito a vita privata, forse per incomprensioni con l'erede di Adriano, Antonino Pio, divenendo cittadino di Atene e rivestendovi varie cariche, tra cui spicca quella di arconte eponimo nel 145; in questo periodo si dedicò, inoltre, all'attività letteraria a tempo pieno, probabilmente componendo le sue opere più vaste e ispirandosi in maniera costante e sistematica a Senofonte. Ignoriamo l'anno della sua morte. STC Italian Books, p. 57. Brunet, I, col. 498. IA, 109.032. Schweiger, I, 69. Manca all'Adams.

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        Il Comento di Marsilio Ficino sopra Il Convito di Platone et Esso Convito. Tradotti in Lingua Toscana

      Venetia. M D XLIIII. [1544]. 4 p.l., 116 numbered leaves (*4, A-O8, P4); 16.5 cm. The Tuscan translation of Ficino's Latin De Amore. A key Neo-Platonic text of the Quattrocento. Not at Harvard, Oxford, Cambridge; not in Adams, Gamba. 17th-century leather spine damaged at head, paper covered boards; VG. Stock#OB290.

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        OPERA. [bound with] ARRIANUS, FLAVIUS. PONTI EUXINI. [and] MARIS ERYTHRAEI PERIPLUS

      J. Froben 1544; Geneuae: apud Eustathium Vignon Basileae: J. Froben, 1544; Geneuae: apud Eustathium Vignon, 1544. EDITIO PRINCEPS of Josephus . Hardcover. 337 x 210 mm (13 1/4 x 8 1/4"). 6 p.l., 967, [1] pp.; 12 p.l., 193, [25] pp., [1] leaf (blank); 18 p.l., 109 (i.e., 108) pp., [8] leaves. (Arrianus conforms to Adams A-2015, the Pembroke-copy, with ¶2 after I6.) Two separately published works bound in one volume. EDITIO PRINCEPS of Josephus. Contemporary blindstamped pigskin, covers with multiple frames of decorative rolls, including one of the Virtues (Faith, Hope, Patience, Prudence, Justice), upper cover stamped with initials "F I M" and the date "1580," raised bands, early ink titling on fore edge, brass clasps and catches incorporating pigskin thongs (all original). Arrianus with a folding map of the Black Sea. Josephus text in Greek, Arrianus in Greek and Latin. Front pastedown with late 18th or early 19th century engraved bookplate of W. P. Perrin, Bloomsbury Square (see below). Adams J-351 and Adams A-2015. For the binding: Haebler II, 286 #6 ("source unknown"). Binding a bit yellowed at spine and edges, a couple of light scratches to boards, first work with intermittent minor foxing, a score of leaves more noticeably (but never severely) foxed, a couple of dozen leaves with mild browning, the second (much shorter) work with the same minor foxing or browning, but with half a dozen leaves noticeably browned, one with conspicuous marginal foxing; still, a pleasing copy, with the folding map entirely unaffected, the text very clean and still quite fresh, and the original unrestored binding entirely solid and with blind decoration extremely sharp. This is a pleasing contemporary copy of two important Greek accounts of the classical world--the first printing in the original Greek of Froben's Josephus, which was for generations the standard history of the Jews upon which subsequent editions were based, and Arrian's account of his circumnavigation of the Black Sea, which seems to contain the earliest map to show separately the immediate region of that body of water. Born in Jerusalem to Jewish parents, Josephus (ca. 37 - ca. 100) was swept up in the Jewish rebellion against Rome begun in 66, and eventually captured by Vespasian's troops. Brought before the commander, he was inspired to prophesy that Vespasian would become emperor. As a consequence of this propitious forecast, his life was spared, and when the prophecy came true two years later, he was freed, awarded Roman citizenship, given the Vespasian family name of Flavius, and eventually pensioned on an estate, where he devoted the rest of his life to writing Jewish histories. Included in this corpus are his "Jewish Antiquities," comprising 20 books on the history of the Jews from the Creation to the outbreak of the war with Rome; "The Jewish War," eight books covering the years of the revolt until 73, written largely from his own knowledge; a narrative of his own life, apparently to defend himself against the charge that he had been the cause of the Jewish rebellion; and two books "Against Apion," an attempt to dispel current misrepresentations of the Jews. An ethnic Greek from Nicodemia, Arrian (86-160) studied with the Stoic philosopher Epictetus in his youth, and then served the Roman Empire as a soldier, consul, and governor. It was while serving as governor of the Black Sea province of Cappadocia that he penned these reports to the emperor Hadrian, recounting his travels around the Black Sea region, then largely unknown to the authorities in Rome. A reliable map of a previously uncharted area would have been especially valuable to his patron. Gibbon notes in "Decline and Fall" that Arrian's descriptions contain "whatever the governor of Cappadocia had seen from Trebizond to Dioscurias; whatever he had heard, from Dioscurias to the Danube; and whatever he knew, from the Danube to Trebizond." A man of considerable importance, our early owner was William Philp (or Phelp) Perrin (1742-1820), whose London home was in Bloomsbury Square. In 1759, he inherited from his father five Jamaican sugar plantations worth about £60,000, a vast fortune at the time. He was a close friend of Sir Joseph Banks at Eton and Christ Church Oxford, studied law at Oxford, and later became high sheriff of Kent.

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        Varel. "Das Haus Varel." Ansicht mit dem Schloss. Kupfer aus der Winkelmann-Chronik 1671

      17.7x27.5 cm. - Gilly, Oldenburg 1544. Schöner kräftiger Abdruck. Unten weisser Papierrand an der Einfassungslinie neu angesetzt.

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        Leben und höchstwunderlicher Tugend-Wandel deß gottseligen Bruders Francisci vom Kindlein Jesu, Barfüsser Carmeliter Ordens. Anjetzo aber allererst in unsere Teutsche Sprach übersetzet, und von vielen Fehleren, welche in den Lateinischen Truck eingeschlichen, verbessert. Köln, J. W. Friessem 1684. 8°. 7 Bll., 447 S., mit gest. Frontispiz, blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschließen.

      - VD17 12:118618X.- Erste deutsche Ausgabe, sehr selten (über KVK nur 1 Ex. in der BSB nachweisbar).- Leben und Wunder des Francisco Pascual Sanchez, besser bekannt als Bruder Franziskus vom Kinde Jesu (Villapalacios 1544 - Madrid 1604) aus dem Barfüßer-Karmeliter Orden.- Innendeckel u. Front. verso gestempelt, tls. etw. braunfleckig, der dekorative Ebd. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Die Teerfarbstoffe der Farbwerke vorm. Meister Lucius & Brüning Hoechst a. M. auf dem Gebiet der Färberei von Baumwolle und anderer vegetabilischen Fasern

      Two frontis. illus. of the Hoechst dyeing factory, illus. of dyeing machinery in the text, & 1544 samples of dyed fabrics and threads. Two vols. in three (Vol. II in two parts). Large thick 8vo, orig. half-cloth & boards. Hoechst am Main: 1906. Hoechst was founded in 1863 as "Teerfarbenfabrik Meister, Lucius & Co." in Hoechst, near Frankfurt and changed its name some years later to "Teerfarbenfabrik Meister Lucius & Brüning." The present work contains more samples of dyed fabrics and threads than any other sample book I have seen. The samples are all in fine and bright condition. Fine set. .

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        Orlando furioso novissimamente alla sua integrità ridotto & ornato di varie figure. Con alcune stanze del S. Aluigi Gonzaga in lode del medesimo. Aggiuntovi per ciascun Canto alcune allegorie et nel fine una breve espositione et tavola di tutto quello che nell'opera si contiene

      Venezia, Appresso Gabriel Gioli (Giolito) di Ferrarii, 1544. 1544 In 4°, carte 260, nn. 28. Frontespizio figurato con la marca di Giolito al centro. 47 belle vignette xilografiche all'inizio di ogni canto, e delle "Stanze". Capilettera istoriati. Ritratto dell'Ariosto al verso della carta 260. I legni e il ritratto furono utilizzati dal Giolito per la prima volta nel 1542. In questa terza edizione in 4° giolitiana le annotazioni di Ludovico Dolce sono ampliate rispetto alle precedenti, e dalle stanze di Gonzaga sono stati tolti gli errori. Esemplare un po' corto di margini, ma in ottimo stato. Legatura seicentesca in pelle con nervature e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli rossi. (Agnelli-Ravegnani, I, 70-71; Gamba, 53).

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        Amstelredamum, Nobile Inferioris Germaniae Oppidum

      Cologne: Braun & Hogenberg. unbound. View. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 13.5" x 19.25". This plan of Amsterdam, based on Cornelis Antoniszoon&#39;s 1544 woodcut plan, shows the city with its medieval walls and defense systems. Published circa 1572, the map celebrates the city&#39;s booming commerce and trade by showing its rivers and canals teeming with ships of all sizes. At the center of the city is the dam of the Amstel River, which was lined with public buildings. Red colored roofs of buildings throughout the city accurately depict the common medieval style of Dutch architecture. Among them, the extravagant size of churches indicates their architectural and social prominence. A small key with two figures in the lower left corner identifies these and other important buildings, while text in the upper right corner describes Amsterdam&#39;s growing commercial prominence. The city&#39;s coat of arms is at the upper left. Latin text on verso. The map is in good condition with few chips and tears, not affecting the image. Candlewax stain on ship near center of bottom edge of image. Georg Braun (1541-1622) was a Catholic cleric who edited the "Civitates orbis terrarum," first printed atlas of the towns of the world. The 6-volume collection comprised 546 prospects, bird&#39;s-eye views and maps of international cities, with Hogenberg&#39;s collaboration on the first 4 volumes. Together, these two geographers created a work that set new standard for cartography for the next century. This plan of Amsterdam demonstrates the high quality of their work.

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        Orlando furioso novissimamente alla sua integrità ridotto & ornato di varie figure. Con alcune stanze del S. Aluigi Gonzaga in lode del medesimo. Aggiuntovi per ciascun Canto alcune allegorie et nel fine una breve espositione et tavola di tutto quello che nell'opera si contiene

      Venezia, Appresso Gabriel Gioli (Giolito) di Ferrarii, 1544. 1544 In 4°, carte 260, nn. 28. Frontespizio figurato con la marca di Giolito al centro. 47 belle vignette xilografiche all'inizio di ogni canto, e delle "Stanze". Capilettera istoriati. Ritratto dell'Ariosto al verso della carta 260. I legni e il ritratto furono utilizzati dal Giolito per la prima volta nel 1542. In questa terza edizione in 4° giolitiana le annotazioni di Ludovico Dolce sono ampliate rispetto alle precedenti, e dalle stanze di Gonzaga sono stati tolti gli errori. Esemplare un po' corto di margini, ma in ottimo stato. Legatura seicentesca in pelle con nervature e fregi in oro al dorso. Tagli rossi. (Agnelli-Ravegnani, I, 70-71; Gamba, 53).

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        Amstelredamum, Nobile Inferioris Germaniae Oppidum

      Braun & Hogenberg, Cologne - This plan of Amsterdam, based on Cornelis Antoniszoon's 1544 woodcut plan, shows the city with its medieval walls and defense systems. Published circa 1572, the map celebrates the city's booming commerce and trade by showing its rivers and canals teeming with ships of all sizes. At the center of the city is the dam of the Amstel River, which was lined with public buildings. Red colored roofs of buildings throughout the city accurately depict the common medieval style of Dutch architecture. Among them, the extravagant size of churches indicates their architectural and social prominence. A small key with two figures in the lower left corner identifies these and other important buildings, while text in the upper right corner describes Amsterdam's growing commercial prominence. The city's coat of arms is at the upper left. Latin text on verso. The map is in good condition with few chips and tears, not affecting the image. Candlewax stain on ship near center of bottom edge of image. Georg Braun (1541-1622) was a Catholic cleric who edited the "Civitates orbis terrarum," first printed atlas of the towns of the world. The 6-volume collection comprised 546 prospects, bird's-eye views and maps of international cities, with Hogenberg's collaboration on the first 4 volumes. Together, these two geographers created a work that set new standard for cartography for the next century. This plan of Amsterdam demonstrates the high quality of their work. View. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 13.5" x 19.25".

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        [ZWEYNTZIG BUCHER VON DEN ALTEN GESCHICHTEN] JOSEPHI DES HOCHBERUMPTEN UND FAST NUTZLICHEN HISTORI BESCHREIBERS ZWENTZIG BUCHER VON DEN ALTEN GESCHICHTEN ..., 1544

      Strassburg: Balthassar Beck. Very Good with no dust jacket. 1544. Hardcover. Folio 13" x 9"; [ZWEYNTZIG BUCHER VON DEN ALTEN GESCHICHTEN] JOSEPHI DES HOCHBERUMPTEN UND FAST NUTZLICHEN HISTORI BESCHREIBERS ZWENTZIG BUCHER VON DEN ALTEN GESCHICHTEN ..., 1544 Two title pages printed in black. Vellumized pigskin with ornate tooling [most likely original], wear to extremties and uppper fold-under of back cover. One of the two hasps is missing the metal bar, Alphonse Seminary old bookplate and ink stamp. Elaborated intials. Pagination, where it exists, is accomplished by naming each leaf and not each page so 4 leaves = 8 pages. TP, [13], 344, Register [18], TP, [11], 83, Register [9]. Last 4 leaves with minor worming at bottom corner , last two leaves minor worming at upper corner also, all are well out towards the edge of the margin and away from the text. Appearance is impressive and contents on sturdy paper are generally Near Fine being quite bright and clean. .

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        Von den Erfindern der ding. WJe, unnd durch wölche, all ding, Nämlichen, alle Künsten, Handtwerker, Auch alle andre händel, Gaystliche unnd Welltliche sachen, Als Polliceyen, Religiones, Orden, Ceremonien, unnd anders etc. betreffende, Von dem maysten biß auff das mynste, nichts außgelassen, Von anfang der Wellt her, biß auff dise unsere zeyt geübt unnd gebraucht. Durch Polydorum Vergilium, von Urbin, in Acht büchern, aygentlich im Latein beschriben, Unnd yetzund Newlich, durch Marcum Tatium Alpinum gründtlich, unnd auffs fleyssigst inns Teijtsch transferiert unnd gebracht, Mit schönen Figuren durchauß gezyeret, yedem Menschen nutzlich unnd kurtzweylig zulesen. Zum andern mal ubersehen, und gedruckt zu Augspurg, durch Hainrich Stayner. M.D.XXXXIIII. (am Ende: Im Monat Julio)

      Augsburg, Heinrich Steiner 1544. 29 cm. (10), 171, (1 weiß) Blatt mit Titelholzschnitt und 130 (6 blattgroßen) Holzschnitten (teils wiederholt) von Hans Weiditz, H. Burgkmair und H. Schäufelein. Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel - VD16 V 764 - BM STC German Books 889 - Nagler, Monogr III, 144, 35 - Oldenbourg, Schäuf. L 196 - Zweite Ausgabe der ersten deutschen Übersetzung des bedeutenden Ständebuchs. Vergil, oder auch Virgil (1470 - 1555) aus Urbino lebte die längste Zeit seines Lebens in England, wo er unter dem Einfluß Heinrichs VIII. seine "Historia Anglica" verfaßte. Sein Werk "De inventoribus" erschien zuerst 1499 in Paris. Es handelt von dem Ursprung aller Dinge, seien es geistliche oder weltliche. Folglich stand das Werk auf dem Index. Die Übersetzung ins Deutsche stammt von dem Ingolstädter Juraprofessor Marcus Tatius Alpinus (vgl. Jöcher / Adelung I, 644). Das Bildprogramm umfaßt unter anderem biblische Szenen, Kaufleute im Kontor, Dichter, Musiker, Astrologen, Ärzte, Gerichte, Bibliothek, Kriegshandwerk, Juweliere, Baukunst, Olympische Wettkämpfe und die geistlichen Stände. Stellenweise leicht fleckig und geringe Wurmspuren, 1 Holzschnitt ankoloriert, Deckel etwas fleckig, Schließen fehlen, Blatt 88 im unteren Rand Kritzeleien, Innendeckel gestochenes Wappen-Exlibris des 18. Jahrhunderts, im ganzen gut erhaltenes Exemplar -

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