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2019-09-16 02:00:48
Gemma Frisius
G. Bontius, Antwerp, and P. Phalesius, Louvain, 1545. 4to. Woodcut arms on title, woodcuts in text, illustrated initials, large printer's device to last page. Collation: A-Q4 (sig.Liii not printed, as in other copies consulted). Foliation: [1]-59, plus 5 unnumbered leaves. Complete. FIRST EDITION OF GEMMA FRISIUS' REMARKABLE ASTRONOMICAL TREATISE, WITH AN EARLY REFERENCE TO COPERNICUS AND THE FIRST PRINTED ILLUSTRATION OF THE CAMERA OBSCURA. Gemma Frisius (1508-1555) was a physician, mathematician and astronomer based at Louvain, where he collaborated with Gerard Mercator, John Dee and others. De Radio Astronomico is the most significant early text on the astronomer's cross-staff, an instrument permitting angular measurement of two objects, of use in astronomy, navigation and surveying. Gemma's treatise contains a number of technical innovations, alongside detailed, finely illustrated descriptions of how to make and use the instrument. When John Dee returned from his studies with Gemma at Louvain in 1547, one of the instruments he brought back was a cross-staff, subsequently donated to Trinity College Cambridge (though long since lost). Very few early examples survive, though the British Museum has a version in brass by Gemma's nephew Gualterus Arsenius. De Radio Astronomico, however, is perhaps even better known for its favourable mention of Copernicus, a mere two years after the publication in 1543 of De Revolutionibus. As is typical of the first wave of reponses, Copernicus' heliocentrism is here treated as a useful hypothesis, in particular in its application to lunar o … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Octavo Books [Cambridge, United Kingdom]
2019-09-09 14:11:23
Niccolo Liburnio
Gabriel Giolito De Ferrari, 1545. Very rare and scarce edition book. Read full details below. JUDGEMENTS AND SAYINGS OF SEVERAL ANCIENT GREEK WISE MEN 1545 Details: - Measures 6" inches in height by 4" inches in width -This is estimated to be the second edition of this book. The first edition was printed in Venice in 1543. The binding is original and in good condition. The pages are in good condition as well. There appears to be one clipped page 55. Otherwise the work is complete -Niccolò Liburnio (Friuli, 1474 - 22 September 1557) was an Italian scholar and priest of the Church Of Santa Forsca in Venice. He was a well known religious figure in Italy at the time. This is one of his final works. -Translated by M. Marco Cadamosto and printed in Venice in 1545. -Published by Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari in 1545. His famous printer's mark was the Phoenix rising from the flames and motto "Semper Eadem" which is Latin for "Always the Same". (Picture 9). Gabriele was well known for his publications of French Poet Joachim Du Bellay and a 1555 edition of Dante Alighieri's Commedia. -Errors and things to note: On the inside of the opening cover, there is a compiled clipping which was done by a later owner most likely. Possibly an 18-19th century owner (See Picture 12).
Bookseller: socialblossum-1 [Nashville, Tennessee, US]
2019-09-08 07:44:24
Niccolo Liburnio
Gabriel Giolito De Ferrari, 1545. Very rare and scarce edition book. Read full details below. JUDGEMENTS AND SAYINGS OF SEVERAL ANCIENT GREEK WISE MEN 1545 Details: - Measures 6" inches in height by 4" inches in width -This is estimated to be the second edition of this book. The first edition was printed in Venice in 1543. The binding is original and in good condition. The pages are in good condition as well. There appears to be one clipped page 55. Otherwise the work is complete -Niccolò Liburnio (Friuli, 1474 - 22 September 1557) was an Italian scholar and priest of the Church Of Santa Forsca in Venice. He was a well known religious figure in Italy at the time. This is one of his final works. -Translated by M. Marco Cadamosto and printed in Venice in 1545. -Published by Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari in 1545. His famous printer's mark was the Phoenix rising from the flames and motto "Semper Eadem" which is Latin for "Always the Same". (Picture 9). Gabriele was well known for his publications of French Poet Joachim Du Bellay and a 1555 edition of Dante Alighieri's Commedia. -Errors and things to note: On the inside of the opening cover, there is a compiled clipping which was done by a later owner most likely. Possibly an 18-19th century owner (See Picture 12).
Bookseller: socialblossum-1 [Nashville, Tennessee, US]
2019-09-03 20:50:58
Nebrija, Antonio de; Pulgar, Hernando del [editor]; Correa, Luis de.
1545. Granada. Sancho de Nebrija. Folio, (347 x 237 mm). [8], lxxxvi; [4], cxxiiii [i.e. cxxii error in foliation: cxxi jumps to cxxiiii]; [2], lxxvii ff. Contemporary limp vellum, joints starting, upper right corner with small piece of vellum missing. Small strip missing upper side margin of first 28 folios and in part 3 for about 10 folios without affecting text. Upper corner dampstained throughout. Extensively annotated by Didacus Ruyz.- Wonderful copy of Nebrija’s important collection of chronicles annotated by a Spanish Humanist andBachiller; the author of the annotations, Bachiller Diego Ruyz [Didacus Ruyz], was a Bachelor of‘sacris decretis’, that is, canon law. The title ofbachillerwas a prestigious one in the Spanish society of the time as is borne out by the fact that the author of the Celestina, Fernando de Rojas included his title ofbachillerin the acrostic poem at the beginning of the book. Equally significant is the case of Cervantes’bachillerSansón Carrasco who plays a key role in returning Don Quixote to sanity. We have very little information about Ruyz’s life, it is unknown, for example, when he obtained his academic title, which he might have well obtained years before he wrote the annotations; some details that are known to us are that Ruiz lived in the Calle de los Gomeres, ‘in qua ego aliquando habitavi’ (fol 772 verso) of Granada, also that he had been in Salamanca because he refers to having seen there a copy of the Alcoran several times, a fact that would indicate that he studied at the University of Salama … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-09-03 15:34:20
Jeronimus Cardanus
Girolamo Scioto and Mapheum Pasinius, 1545. Perchament cover, battered. Inside worming touching also the text. Hence the low price for 2 important books. 1. Cardano, Girolamo: CONTRADICENTIVM| MEDICORVM LIBER| Continens contradictiones| centum octo. Hieronymo Cardano medico| Mediolanensi Authore.| Indicem contradictionum in fine reperies.| Venetiis apud Hieronymum Scotum.| 1545. Girolamo Scoto. Venezia: 1545. [8], [3] cc. 188 2. Cardano, Girolamo: De malo recentiorum medicorum medendi usu De malo recentiorum medicorum medendi usu libellus, centum errores illorum continens. Eiusdem libellus de simplicium medicinarum noxa. Index eorum, quae singulis continentur capitibus. Venetiis, 1545. Girolamo Scoto. Venezia: 1545. p. 77, [3] pp. 3.(Anonim.) Praxis Medicinae Quovis Illustriori Inscribenda ad communes etc. Venetis Apud Mapheum Pasinius & Francoiscum Bindonium. 40 p. 1545 The Contradicendum is the second edition of the first book by Cardano (1536). Both contains important intuitions, mixed with stupid nonsense. This is a volume which deserves rebinding and restoration, a milestone in the history of medicine. Never translated into a modern language. Ex libris [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2019-09-03 15:00:44
Aa. vv. (Navagero, Caro, Bembo, Giovio, Castiglione, Stampa, Varchi, Cappello, Molza, Sansovino, Guidiccione, Alamanni, Ariosto, Dolce, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Aretino, Gambara et alii; a cura di Lodovico Domenichi)
Appresso Gabriel Giolito di [sic] Ferrarii, 1545. Prima edizione. Ottimo esemplare con buoni margini (156 x 98 mm), fresco e pulito, in pregevole legatura ottocentesca. Raro. Si tratta della prima antologia poetica contemporanea dell'occidente moderno, che ebbe una profonda influenza sulla storia della lirica europea. Curatore fu Lodovico Domenichi, che firma la lettera prefatoria 'Allo illustriss. S. Don Diego Hurtado di Mendoza'. Titolo fortunato (riedito ampliato nel 1546 e '49), diede il là a un'ampia produzione di analoghe raccolte, risvolto tipografico ed editoriale di quel maremagnum poetico cinquecentesco che prende il nome di petrarchismo. -- Tra gli autori raccolti: Navagero, Caro, Bembo, Giovio, Castiglione, Stampa, Varchi, Cappello, Molza, Sansovino, Guidiccione, Alamanni, Ariosto, Dolce, Lorenzo il Magnifico, Aretino, Gambara. Qualche brunitura e radi e marginali aloni, nel complesso buon esemplare ancora fresco, con tagli colorati. Ed. critica a cura di Tomasi e Zaja («Scrinium» 19, 2001); Bongi, Annali di Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, I, p. 88s.; Robin, Publishing Women, appendix B (pp. 219ss.)
Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli [IT]
2019-08-29 12:45:28
Niccolo Liburnio
Gabriel Giolito De Ferrari, 1545. Very rare and scarce edition book. Read full details below. JUDGEMENTS AND SAYINGS OF SEVERAL ANCIENT GREEK WISE MEN 1545 Details: - Measures 6" inches in height by 4" inches in width -This is estimated to be the second edition of this book. The first edition was printed in Venice in 1543. The binding is original and in good condition. The pages are in good condition as well. There appears to be one clipped page 55. Otherwise the work is complete -Niccolò Liburnio (Friuli, 1474 - 22 September 1557) was an Italian scholar and priest of the Church Of Santa Forsca in Venice. He was a well known religious figure in Italy at the time. This is one of his final works. -Translated by M. Marco Cadamosto and printed in Venice in 1545. -Published by Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari in 1545. His famous printer's mark was the Phoenix rising from the flames and motto "Semper Eadem" which is Latin for "Always the Same". (Picture 9). Gabriele was well known for his publications of French Poet Joachim Du Bellay and a 1555 edition of Dante Alighieri's Commedia. -Errors and things to note: On the inside of the opening cover, there is a compiled clipping which was done by a later owner most likely. Possibly an 18-19th century owner (See Picture 12).
Bookseller: socialblossum-1 [Nashville, Tennessee, US]
2019-08-25 19:22:50
Monogrammista PVO (attivo a Roma verso la metà del XVI secolo)
Bulino, circa 1545/50, monogrammato in lastra in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di scuola di Raffaello, probabilmente opera di Luca Penni. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, avanti l'indirizzo dell'editore Pietro de' Nobili. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, irregolarmente rifilata al rame, leggere abrasioni all'angolo inferiore sinistro, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. La Massari sostiene che l'opera, fedele derivazione dell'incisione di Giulio Bonasone databile al 1544 circa (Bartsch 6), derivi da un disegno di Luca Penni. Del Monogrammista PVO si conosce solo questo lavoro e nulla si sa sulla sua vita; foglio molto raro. Bibl Dimensioni 230x122. Pharaoh's cup found in Benjamin's sack by Joseph, at left two men load a sack on to a donkey. After a drawing of the Raphael's school, probably by Luca Penni. Engraving, 1545 circa, lettered along bottom 'Ra ur in / PVO'. Example of the very rare first state of three, before the addrss of Pietro de Nobili. A fine impression, printed with tone on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the paltemark, very good condition. Bartsch 1; Massari, Raphael Invenit p. 167, 3; Massari, Bonasone; 37.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-22 11:33:49
De Vio, Tommaso
PARIS: Apud Lacobum Keruer, 1545. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Shipping with DHL. EXTREME RARE, ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE BOOK. 1545 Carthvsiani Dionysii omnes beati Pauli Epistolas Commentaria Cui Quidem In Componendis enarrandis que sacrarum literarum libris (si singula spectes) paringenio, dexteritate, que vix alter successit. Paris, Apud Lacobum Keruer insigni dourum Gallorum, via ad D Lacobum. 1545. 8° 12h la ultima blanca, 356 fols, enc pergamino de epoca.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-08-21 16:23:22
Lutetiae Ex officina Roberti Stephani typografphi Regii Zurich, 1545. Se trata de una obra completa. Presenta señales de uso en portada .interior en estado aceptable sin marcas de insectos. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: inantisart [Tarragona, Spain]
2019-08-18 00:36:24
RUPERT DE DEUTZ
ANTVERPIAE: 1545. BON EXEMPLAIRE A LA MARGE DES INCUNABLES. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ SOIT ME JOINDRE PAR TELEPHONE PORTABLE AU 06 09 82 43 86 OU bernardrolin@laposte.net MERCI..... Référence : 3950.03.17 RUPERT DE DEUTZ Moine Bénédictin RUPERTI ABBATIS TUITIENSIS, VIRI UNDE CUNQUE DOCTISSIMI, SUMMIQUE INTER VETERES THEOLOGI, LIBRI XLII ; De operibus sanctae Trinitatis, cum luculentissimis capitulorum argumentis, cunctisq scripturam locis, nunc demum diligenter recogniti, & pristinae intergritati restituti. - 1545, ANTVERPIAE, Arnoldi BIRCKMANNI, Ex-libris cachet humide "conventus Carm. Disc. Insulensis". - In-quarto demi veau à quatre nerfs reliure d'époque, pièce de titre basane titre peint à la main , plats recouverts d'un splendide papier dominoté peint à la main. - P. de titre, 9 ff.nn., 1 f., 403 ff."806 p." - TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN RELIURE D'EPOQUE DOMINOTEE. OUVRAGE DE GRANDE RARETE. - Benoît XVI RAPPELLE SON IMPORTANCE EN 2009 : BENOÎT XVI, AUDIENCE GÉNÉRALE, Rupert de Deutz Chers frères et sœurs, Nous faisons aujourd'hui la connaissance d'un autre moine bénédictin du XIIe siècle. Son nom est Rupert de Deutz, une ville près de Cologne, siège d'un célèbre monastère. Rupert lui-même parle de sa propre vie dans l'une de ses œuvres les plus importantes, intitulée La gloire et l'honneur du Fils de l'homme, qui est un commentaire partiel de l'Evangile de Matthieu. Encore enfant, il fut accueilli comme « oblat » dans le monastère bénédictin de Saint-Laurent à Liège, selon l'usage de l'époque de confier l'un des enfants à l'éducation des moines, entendant en fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [centre, FR]
2019-08-13 19:57:07
1545. Martin Luther: Wider die XXXII Artikel der Theologisten von Louen. Wittenberg, Nickel Schirlentz, MDXLV (1545). Erstdruck. 8 Blatt, 1 Leerblatt. Gebunden in einem neuen hellgrauen Pappeinband. Leicht fingerfleckig und gebräunt, für das Alter sehr gut erhalten Schachtel 3 Versand Österreich und Deutschland € 12,00.
Bookseller: antiquariat-schleifer-kobersdorf [Kobersdorf, AT]
2019-08-08 11:04:00
1545. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Landrecht Bayern, 2 in 1, Herzöge Wilhelm IV. und Albrecht V. - 1. Die New Erclärung der Landsfreyhait des loblichen haus und Fürstenthumbs Obern unnd Nidern Bairn.... (München, Schobser), um 1545. Folio, circa 30 x 20,8 cm. 18 Blatt, Titel in Rot und Schwarz mit grossem Wappen-Holzschnitt Halb-Lederband d. 19. Jh. - VD16 B 982; Lentner 2609; Pfister I, 519. Textgleicher Neudruck der revidierten Erklärung von 1516. Der Holzschnitt mit bayerischem Rautenwappen im Früchtekranz. - ANGEBUNDEN: 2. Der Fürstlichen Bayrischen Landßordnung weitere erclerung, sambt etlichen von newem daran gehengten, vnd zu anstellung guter loeblicher Policey dienstlichen satzungen. München, Adam Berg, 1578. XLIX num., 3 nn. Bll., Titel in Rot und Schwarz und mit großem Wappenholzschnitt. - VD16 B 1036. Erste Ausgabe der bis 1598 dreimal gedruckten Bayerischen Landesordnung. Das Gesetzbuch Herzog Albrechts V. von Bayern (1528-1579) ist auch eine wertvolle kulturgeschichtliche Quelle, da es viele Regeln für den Alltag aufzeichnet, sich u. a. ausführlich mit dem Bierbrauen befaßt, ferner mit der Ordnung in Wirtshäusern, bei Hochzeiten und anderen Festlichkeiten, mit Badestuben der Bauern, Unterhaltung der Landstrassen, Verordnungen für Goldschmiede, Metzger und andere Handwerker etc. - Nur wenig gebräunt, vereinzelt leicht fleckig, zu Beginn wenige Blätter mit kleinen Papierfehlern im weissen Rand (ohne Textverlust), meist sauber, auf festem Papier. Etwas berieben, hinterer Vorsatz erneuert. Gut erhalten und schön. XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-07-31 21:34:43
Leon DAVENT detto "Maestro L.D." (Attivo tra il 1540 ed il 1556 a Fontainebleau)
1545. Acquaforte, 1550 circa, datata e monogrammata in lastra in basso a destra. Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre, con l'aggiunta della data e del nome dell'editore Antonio Lafrery in basso a destra. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "pellegrino nel cerchio", irregolarmente rifilata al rame o con sottilissimi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Secondo Bartsch e Zerner, il soggetto deriva da un disegno del Primaticcio che riprende il fregio della colonna Antonina in Roma, dove però la figura dell'imperatore Traiano è rappresentata con la barba. Un disegno del Primaticcio conservato al Stadelsches Kunstinstitut di Francoforte, attinente alla colonna Traiana, dimostra invece che l'opera del Davent, sebbene presenti delle leggere modifiche, sia la traduzione in controparte di questo disegno. Il lavoro è una delle rare eccezioni di opera della scuola di Fointanebleau ristampata successivamente. Gli esemplari del secondo stato come questo, recano infatti la data 1565, e sono impressi a Roma dall'editore francese Lafrery. Marcus Antoninus offering a sacrifice in the presence of men, women and children gathered on the left. Etching, 1550 circa, dated and signed with monogram at lower right. Example in the second state of three, with date and name of the publisher Antonio Lafrery added on lower right. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with "piligrim in the circle" watermark irregularly trimmed to the platemark or with thin borders, in excellent conditions. According to Bartsch and Zerner, this subject is after a drawing of P … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-25 15:33:39
Giorgio GHISI detto "Il Mantovano" (Mantova 1520 - 1582)
Bulino, 1545 circa, firmato in lastra in basso a destra 'GIORGIVS MANTVANVS/. F', in basso al centro: 'I. BA. MANTVANVS. IN.' Esemplare nel secondo stato di tre, con l'indirizzo di Lafreri. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. L'incisione, come espressamente indicato, deriva da un'invenzione di Giovanni Battista Scultori, forse ispirato a un disegno di Giulio Romano conservato al Louvre (cfr. Storia della vita e delle opere de Giulio Pippi Romano, Mantova 1838, p. XL, no. 83). Rappresenta un episodio finale della Guerra di Troia, ovvero il momento in cui i soldati greci - raffigurati sulla sinistra - entrano nella città, ormai già data alle fiamme. Sulla destra, Enea, il padre Anchise e il figlio Ascanio fuggono dalla loro patria. Avvolta da una nuvola, Venere, la madre di Enea, veglia sulla loro fuga. La stessa composizione si ritrova in un disegno attribuito a Biagio Pupini (Windsor Library, inv. no. 5435, cfr. Popham and Wilde, The Italian Drawings of the XV and XVI Centuries in the Collection of His Majesty the King at Windsor Castle, London 1949, no. 785). Esiste un'altra incisione di Ghisi relativa alla Guerra di Troia, "Sinone inganna i Troiani" (Bartsch XV.397.28) di dimensione leggermente diversa. La stessa Battaglia navale tra Greci e Troiani (Bartsch XV.383.20), di G. B. Scultori, è più larga rispetto alle incisioni di Ghisi. Sembra quini da escludere che le tre stampe appartenessero a una serie Secondo Boorsch, entrambe le incisioni dell Ghisi sono da riferire a una data successiva al 1543, per … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-24 22:33:14
Giulio BONASONE (Bologna circa 1500 - Roma circa 1580)
Bulino, datato e firmato in lastro in basso a destra, 1545/ IV BONAHSO I VINTOR'. Esemplare nel secondo stato finale, con l'indirizzo di Tommaso Barlacchi 'TOM BARL EXC'. Bella impressione, stampata su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con lettera M e stella a sei punte", (Briquet, 5924), con margini bianchi di circa 0,5 cm, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La composizione deriva, con qualche varazione, da un disegno di Giulio Romano, in controparte, in gesso rosso e incis per essere trasferito su lastra, oggi conservato all'Ashmolean Museum di Oxford. Cirillo Archer, in TIB, ritiene che il disegno risenta dell'influenza di Primaticcio, benchè Bonasone se ne dichiari unico inventor. Secondo Bruce Davis, la composizione è invece molto vicina allo stile di Raffaello o di Giulio Romano. Engraving, dated on plate, at right, 1545 and signed IV BONAHSO I VINTOR'. Example of second state, of two, inscribed with publisher's address: 'TOM BARL EXC'. Good copy, printe on contemporary laid paper with "schield with letter M and star" (Briquet, 5924), margins of 0,5 cm circa, very good condition. Bartsch claimed it was Giulio Bonasone's own invention. Cirillo Archer in TIB suggests that the composition is indebted to Francesco Primaticcio. Bonasone's preparatory drawing for this print, drawn in reverse and incised for transfer, is in the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. According to Bruce Davis the drawing reveals Emilian traditions, but the composition is close to Raphael or Giulio Romano. The engraver modified some details of his drawing on the plate. Bartsch XV.141.106; Le Blanc I.4 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-20 16:55:45
Pliny the Elder, Plinii Secundi
Basel: Froben, 1545. See pictures. Binding is well worn, with older as-needed repairs and respined and recornered. Edge wear completely around, with some chipping. Rear boards leather fairly damaged but included in repair. Inner hinges were repaired with Japanese tissue, visible at gutter. "Plinius" in an old hand is barely visible along the bottom edge. Some worming at bottom of inside of front board, doesn't extend to title page. Names, bookseller notes on pastedown. No flyleaf. Title page had a number of scored out inscriptions; where it rubbed through, and the top edge corner, have been repaired. Scoring bled through to page under. Some toning and thumbing to pages throughout. Damp staining at upper gutter intermittent throughout, sometimes going into the text. Worming in margins of lower outer edges in last half of book. No rear flyleaf. Occasional fox spots throughout. Moisture mark at fore-edge signature C to page 1. Rear colophon also has scored out inscriptions and ink smudges. A handsome 1545 Froben printing of Pliny the Elder's Natural History, complete in 37 books, in folio, with wide margins, and historiated initials (mostly) at the start of each "book". About the Work - Pliny the Elder (born Gaius Plinius Secundus, AD 23-79) was a Roman author, naturalist and natural philosopher, a naval and army commander of the early Roman Empire, and friend of emperor Vespasian. Spending most of his spare time studying, writing, and investigating natural and geographic phenomena in the field, Pliny wrote the encyclopedic Naturalis Historia (Natural History), which became a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Tome [Newberg, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-07-19 13:34:16
Nicolas BEATRIZET detto "Il Beatricetto"
Coppia di incisioni al bulino, 1545, attribuite al Betaricetto. Bulino, 1545 circa, in alto a destra una lunga nota latina al lettore con la descrizione della statua, firmata da Antonio Lafrery: ECCE.TIBI.CANDIDE.LECTOR.TIBERIS.FLVVI.SIMVLACHRVM.EID.LVPA.ROMVLVM.REMVM.QVE / CONDITOREIS. VRBEIS. LACTANS.INDICAT.DVPLICI.INSIGNE. ET SCVLTVRAE.MAIES / TATE. ET.IN.EIVS.FLVMINIS.PROPRIEIS.EXPLICANDEIS. EXCELLENTIA. ....EST AVTEM / HOC.EX.ANTIQVO.MARMOREO / SIMVLACHRO.QVOD.IN / VATICANO.ADHVC.EXTAT.DI / LIGENTER.DEFORMATVM.ET / IN.HAC.TABELLA.ANT.LA / FRERI.AENEIS.FORMIS / AD.AMVSSIM / EXCVSVM. Esemplare nel primo stato, di quattro. 542 x 337 mm. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "tre monti e albero", rifilata alla linea del rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Attualmente al Louvre, la scultura raffigurante il dio Tevere fu rivenuta nel 1512 tra Santa Maria della Minerva e Santo Stefano del Cacco. La colossale statua fu fatta portate da papa Giulio II nel Belvedere Vaticano a partire dal 1513; fu poi trafugata dai francesi. Bulino, 1545 circa, in alto a sinistra la lunga dedica al lettore firmata da Antonio Lafrery: VETERUM MONUMENTORUM STUDIOSE LECTOR QUM EXCELLENS ANTIQUOR SCULPTORUM EX HAC TABELLA INGENIUM LAUDAVERIS NATURAE DEINCEPS MIRACULA QUAE IN EA EXCUSA VISUNTUR CONTEMPLARE NILI AEGYPTII AMNIS TOTIUS ORBIS MAXIMI HEIC TINEI SIMULACHRUM PROPONITUR......ANT LAFRERI AENEA TABULA NUNC PROFERT EX ANTIQUO SIMULACHRO QUOD IN VATICANO ADHUC CONSPICITUR EXACTE EFFIGIATA'. Esemplare nel primo stato, di tre. 558 x 334 mm. Magnifica prova, impressa s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-07 18:38:18
De Vio, Tommaso
PARIS: Apud Lacobum Keruer, 1545. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Shipping with DHL. EXTREME RARE, ORIGINAL, AUTHENTIC ANTIQUE BOOK. 1545 Carthvsiani Dionysii omnes beati Pauli Epistolas Commentaria Cui Quidem In Componendis enarrandis que sacrarum literarum libris (si singula spectes) paringenio, dexteritate, que vix alter successit. Paris, Apud Lacobum Keruer insigni dourum Gallorum, via ad D Lacobum. 1545. 8° 12h la ultima blanca, 356 fols, enc pergamino de epoca.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-07-04 14:23:23
TERTULLIEN
Lutetiae Parisiorum|[Parisiis]: Apud Carolam Guillard, 1545. Fine. Apud Carolam Guillard, Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] 1545, In-Folio (22x32,5cm), (6f.) 306ff. (21f.). Sig. [croix latine]6, a-z8, A-S8., relié. - Edition of Tertullien's works by Jean de Gagny and Martin Mesnart, based on 2 notes on the back of the title. Beautiful mark of the printer in title page. This edition contains 11 more treatises than the previous editions of Tertullian's works, two of which, entitled ""De Trinitate"" and ""De cibis Judaicis"", are actually due to Novatian. Edition whose privilege was shared with Jean de Roigny. Adams T408. Notes and life of Tertullian by Beatus Rhenanum. This edition is based on the one made by Beatus Rhenanum in 1539 in Basel. Binding full brown calf vintage. Back to silent nerves. Elapsed headdress with slots in the joints. Snags at the first nerve. Blunt corners. Traces of wetting in the central margin and those of the top on the whole of the work, clear enough, then fading, returning then. On the last 50 pages, trace of wetness on half of the sheets, rather clear and little annoying. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition des oeuvres de Tertullien réalisée par Jean de Gagny et Martin Mesnart, d'après 2 notes au verso du titre. Belle marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Cette édition contient 11 traités de plus que les éditions précédentes des oeuvres de Tertullien dont deux, intitulés ""De Trinitate"" et ""De cibis judaicis"", sont en réalité dus à Novatien. Edition dont le privilège a été partagée avec Jean de Roigny. Adams T408. Notes et vie de Tertullie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
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2019-06-26 21:33:41
ALBERICI DE ROSATE, Domini .-
Georgium Reagnault,, Lugduni, 1545. 2 volúmenes. 171-214ff. Bella edición gótica con numerosas capitales orladas,portadas a dos tintas con texto enmarcado en cornisas xilográficas.Muy buen ejemplar.Alberici de Rosate, Jurisconsulto nacido en Rosciate (BG) en el 1290 ap. y muerto en Bergamo en el 1354 ap.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-06-15 06:22:49
1545. This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. [Claudius Aelianus]. (Aelian). Aeliani Variae Historiae Libri XIIII. Ex Heraclide de rebus publicis commentarium. Polemonis Physionomia. Adamantii physionomia. Melampodis ex palpitationibus divinatio. De neuis. [Antonio Blado], Rome [1545]. First Edition. Small quarto; printer's woodcut to title page; ff [4], 111,13. Final leaf is imprimateur. Title in Greek and Latin, text in Greek. Occasional neat underlining and marginalia. 19thc full calf, the spine with raised bands, blind decoration to compartments, two black lettering pieces. A Very Good copy the Editio Princeps of Aelianus's most important work, "a miscellany of anecdotes and biographical sketches, lists, pithy maxims, and descriptions of natural wonders and strange local customs, in 14 books, with many surprises for the cultural historian and the mythographer, anecdotes about the famous Greek philosophers, poets, historians, and playwrights and myths instructively retold. The emphasis is on various moralizing tales about heroes and rulers, athletes and wise men; reports about food and drink, different styles in dress or lovers, local habits in giving gifts or entertainments, or in religious beliefs and death customs; and comments on Greek painting. Aelian gives an account of fly fishing, using lures of red wool and feathers, of lacquerwork, serpent worship -- Essentially the Various History is a Classical "magazine" in the original senses of that word. He is not perfectly trustworthy in details, and his agenda was heavily influenced by Stoi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill (neilsummersgill) [Blackburn, GB]
2019-06-12 08:59:08
1545. Das Buch wurde in London professionell restauriert. Es handelt sich um ein fast 500 Jahre altes Buch!
Bookseller: ruebli42 [Hamburg, DE]
2019-06-05 22:11:57
Rebuffi, Pierre, Commentator
1545. Commentaries on an Important Treaty Between the Catholic Church and French Crown Rebuffi, Pierre [1487-1557], Commentator. Concordata Inter Sanctissimum Dominum Nostrum Papam Leonem Decimum, & Sedem Apostolicam, Ac Christianissimum Dominum Nostrum Regem Franciscum Huius Nominis Primu, & Regnum Aedita. Cum Interpretationibus Aegregii viri D. Petri Rebuffi. Cum Indice Alphabetico. Nunc te, Benevole Lector, Admonere Velim, Me Post Primam, & Alias Huius Libri Aeditiones, Tam Curiae Romane Praxim, Quam Galliarum, Totis (Ut Aiunt) Nervis Hactenus Perquisiuisse, & Ex Omnibus tam Curiarum Franciae, Supremarum Arestis, Quam Rote Decisionibus Multa his, Hoc Notata Signo * Addidisse, Quae si Perlegeris Boni (ut Spero) Consules. Paris: Apud Galeotum Pratensem, 1545. [lxiv], 429, [3]; [ii], 166, [2]; [2], 74, [4] pp. Three parts in one volume. Main text in double columns, text of concordat surrounded by linear gloss. Quarto (9-1/2" x 7"). Later mottled sheep, gilt title to spine, speckled edges. Light rubbing to extremities, a few scuffs to boards. Attractive crible initials, large woodcut printer device to verso of final text leaf. Offsetting to margins of endleaves, faint dampstaining, toning to a few sections, internally clean. Ex-library. Location and author label (Rebuffus) to spine, small bookplate to front pastedown, small stamp to foot of spine. An appealing copy. * Fourth edition. Editorial changes to this edition noted with asterisks. First published in 1532, this work is a commentary by Rebuffi on the Concordat of 1516, which regulated the status of the Catholic Church … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-06-05 07:01:57
Pietro BEMBO
Paris: 1545. Pietro BEMBO 1470 - 1547 "Les Azolains de Monseigneur Bembo. De la Nature de l'Amour" Traduictz de l'Italien en Fraçoys par Iehan Martin, Secrétaire de Monseigneur Révérendissime Cardinal de Lenoncourt, par le commandement de Monseigneur, Monseigneur le Duc d'Orléans. EO - 1545 Première traduction en français de cette oeuvre du Cardinal Bembo, puissant homme de lettres vénitien, un des plus beaux esprits du XVI° Siècle Italien. Dans ce livre, Bembo recommande un amour platonique, il souhaite ici réconcilier la nature humaine, par essence déchue, dans une transcendance cosmique platonicienne...lorsque l'on connait la nature des relations que celui-ci entretenait avec Lucrèce Borgia, nous pouvons relire ces lignes avec ironie et grand intérêt. La traduction est de Jean Martin, qui fut au service de Massimiliano Sforza, sur la demande de Charles de Valois, le troisième fils de François Ier. L'impression en a été confiée à Michel de Vascosan & Gilles Corrozet, qui achevèrent leur ouvrage en juin 1545. La reliure est tardive, certainement du tout début du XIX°, et présente quelques épidermures et des frottements aux bords et aux coins. Quelques piqures de rousseur, principalement dans les premières pages. Pagination simple, par feuille, 135, soit 270 pp. In-12 D'autres photos sur demande. Envois : Les envois se font soit en colissimo ou en mondial relay Dans ce second cas, vous voudrez bien me donner le point relay qui vous convient. For international buyers, before bidding, ask me for the rate of forwarding charges, because they are specific for every country. Than … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: La Vieille Epître (la-vieille-epitre) [cabriès, FR]
2019-06-01 01:22:18
1545. Acceptable, engraving-printing bright and sharp, leaves with original margins. Binding: Sewn cords excellent, remnants of original leather straps, no clasps, endpapers with wear and soiling, joints-hinges solid and reliable, leaves turn easily and lie flat, except for extremities because of the compilation's thickness. Leaves: light fore-edge toning, slight cockling, tips bumped, many leaves with light-slight foxing, some with soiling, chiefly slight, many in Works III-VI with bottom margin stain, many in Work VI with a top margin stain, some leaves with worm trail in gutter, chiefly small, a few with larger worm trail at the foot. / Pigskin: yellowed from natural aging, soiled, turn-ins loosened, corner and edge wear, spine wear including joint tear at crown; all-over rubs and abrasions, heavy for lower side and three of the spine compartments including crown and foot with decorations largely rubbed off. / Boards: Lower side: bottom edge chips and lacks bottom corner. IN THE RICHLY DECORATED, CIRCA 1545, EARLIEST FOLIO SEWN WHITE TAWED PIGSKIN AND BEECH WOOD BINDING Offering: A compilation of six related Bavarian law and legal code works, published in German 1516-1545, bound in the earliest folio sewn, richly decorated white tawed pigskin and beech wood binding, circa 1545. Author: Bavaria and Dukes Wilhelm IV and Ludwig X Printing: The fine printing is in the Bavarian style, texts without foot or headpieces, but profusely decorated with script initials, some engraved, parts set off with use of bolding and type sizes, parts of some text leaves rubricated (printed in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lessisless [Lincoln, Massachusetts, US]
2019-05-30 21:42:05
Calvin, John; Johann Sturm (editor); [Erasmus, Desiderius]
Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Vuendelinus Rihelius [Wendelin Rihel], 1545. Fourth edition of the Calvin; second Froben folio edition of the Erasmus. Collation [alpha]-[gamma]6 [delta]4 A-Z6 a-s6 t-v4 (v4 blank, present). Pp. [43],[1], 505, [3, blank]. Errata at foot of index, p. [43]. 1 vols. Folio (11-3/4 x 8 inches). Contemporary blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards, with metal clasps. With 8 pages of contemporary Latin notes loosely inserted; contemporary marginalia throughout second work. L2 in Calvin with old ink stains, not affecting legibility; some wear along one bottom edge of binding. Manuscript prayer in Latin on lower pastedown. Small later paper label on upper cover "Bibliothèque de Spietz". A handsome copy. Fourth edition of the Calvin; second Froben folio edition of the Erasmus. Collation [alpha]-[gamma]6 [delta]4 A-Z6 a-s6 t-v4 (v4 blank, present). Pp. [43],[1], 505, [3, blank]. Errata at foot of index, p. [43]. 1 vols. Folio (11-3/4 x 8 inches). Calvin's 'Instutitio': Cornerstone of Liberty. "Calvin's 'Institution of the Christian Religion' was the first systematic statement of a Reformed Church. It is the most important doctrinal work of the Reformation as a whole and provided a comprehensive theological system rivaling those of the Middle Ages ... Calvinism's most important role, despite Calvin's authoritarian influences, was to support the movement for liberty and independence in many parts of the world" (Printing and the Mind of Man 65). First published in Basel in 1536, the "Institutio was much revised, taking its final form in 1559" (PMM). Cal … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [United States]
2019-05-17 07:32:28
1545. Acceptable. Engraving and printing are bright and sharp, leaves with original wide margins. Leaves: Tips bumped, light fore-edge toning, slight cockling; many with light-slight foxing, some with soiling, chiefly slight, many in Works III-VI with a bottom margin stain, Work VI also with a top margin stain. Some leaves with worm trail in the gutter, chiefly small, a few with a larger worm trail at foot; endpapers soiled with wear. / Pigskin: Yellowed from natural aging, soiled, turn-ins loosened, corner and edge wear, spine wear including joint tear at crown; all over rubs and abrasions, heavy for lower side and three of the spine compartments, including crown and foot, with decorations largely rubbed off. / Wood Boards: Lower side: bottom edge chips, a bottom corner missing. Binding: Sewn cords excellent, joints-hinges solid and reliable; leather strap is a remnant, no clasps; leaves turn easily and lie flat, except for extremities because of compilation's thickness. IN THE RICHLY DECORATED, CIRCA 1545, EARLIEST FOLIO SEWN WHITE TAWED PIGSKIN AND BEECH WOOD BINDING Offering: A compilation of six related Bavarian law and legal code works, published in German 1516-1545, offered in the richly decorated, earliest folio sewn, white tawed pigskin and beech wood binding, circa 1545. Author: Bavaria and Dukes Wilhelm IV and Ludwig X. (Detailed publishing information provided below for each title.) Rarity: Earlier editions are rare. Three works are first editions, including Work IV from 1516. Andreas Schobser: Five of the six works are printed by Andreas Schobser, son of Hans ( … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lessisless [Lincoln, Massachusetts, US]
2019-05-06 19:55:30
DECIUS
LYON: 1545. BEL EXEMPLAIRE TRES RAR. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ SOIT ME JOINDRE PAR TELEPHONE PORTABLE AU 06 09 82 43 86 OU bernardrolin@laposte.net MERCI..... 3914.01.17 PHILIPPUS DECIUS (BOERIUS) (CHARLES DU MOULIN) PHILIPPUS DECIUS IN TIT REGULIS IURIS Cum additionibus D. HIERONYMI CUCHALON Hispanie.. et CAROLI MOLINAEI Iusriconsulti Parisiensis..& DYNI MVXELLANI I. V.Doct Celebrimi Commentarius in REGULAS IURIS PONTIFICII Cum solitis additionibus D. NICOLAI BOERII..... Burdegalensi 1545, Lugduni Sub Scuto Coloniensi, - 2 Volumes in-8 reliés ensemble et édités chez Frellon frères. Cf. p. avant titre. - Reliure plein veau à la cire (niellée), dos à cinq nerfs et petits fleurons, premier plat titrés aux fers dorés des deux Auteurs et d'un ornement central à la cire, encadré d'un double filet d'encadrement et fleurons dorés aux écoinçons. - Premier Volume pour l'Ouvrage de DECIUS : Commenté par CUCHALON et Du MOULIN, 1 f. de garde, p. de titre avec une jolie vignette au crabe et au papillon et restauration de papier sans manque de texte, 1 f. sur Charles Du Moulin, 24 ff. pour l'index, un feuillet pour les droits et privilèges daté de 1545, 3 ff. pour l'index legum et paragraphum, 431 pages ; 1 p. avec l'indication de l'Editeur Frellon. - Second Volume pour l'Ouvrage de DYNI commenté par BOERIUS et Du MOULIN, p. de titre avec la jolie vignette au crabe et au papillon, 1f. pour la note sur Charles du Moulin, 15 ff. pour l'Index, 285 pages avec l'indication de l'exécution d'imprimerie de jean et francis Frellon. - Philippus DECIUS, Juriste Italien, (1454-1535) Trac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [centre, FR]
2019-05-03 08:34:37
Cicero
Simon Colinaeum, Paris France, 1545. Rhetoricorum ad Herennium [Gaius Herennius] Lectures by Marcus Tullius Cicero [106-43 B.C.] Published by Simon Colinaeum Paris 1545 From Wikipedia.com: The Rhetorica ad Herennium (Rhetoric: For Herennius), formerly attributed to Cicero or Cornificius, but in fact of unknown authorship, sometimes ascribed to an unnamed doctor, is the oldest surviving Latin book on rhetoric, dating from the late 80s BC,[1] and is still used today as a textbook on the structure and uses of rhetoric and persuasion. [1] Rhetorica ad Herennium. Reference to Sulpicius' tribunate of 88, and Gaius Marius' final consulship (86). Pocket size book (16mo) 8 cm x 12 cm 439 pages. Text block is stitched signatures resulting in four raised bands with braided head and foot pieces that ties of off the stitching. Gilded text block with gilt fore edge, top and bottom. Paper is rag carried on wire mesh through a press leaving a latent ghost image in the paper. Pages have hand ruled margins to register the sheet fed printing presses of the 16th century. Cover is contemporary calfskin covered boards, blind tooled boards, front and back with gold leaf stamped corners and center piece. (See photo for points of identity with a sister-companion to this book auctioned in 1997 by Christies, New York for US$85,000.) Marbleized endpapers. ----------------------- Provenance. Book was purchased by this seller from Europe in the early 1990's, and owned ever since. ----------------------.
Bookseller: us-duto [Green Valley, Arizona, US]
2019-05-02 16:34:57
NEBRIJA (Aelio Antonio)
(Al fin) Granatam, 1545. 8 hojas incluso portada grabada y 86 foliadasXIMENEZ DE RADA (Rodrigo). Rerum Hispania gestarum Chronicon Libri novem nuperrime excussi & ab iniuria obliuionis vindicati. Adiecta in super Ostrogothorum, Hugnorum, Vandalorum caeterorum qz historia. Granatam, 1545. 4 hojas incluso portada grabada y 122 foliadas.MARGARIT (Juan). Paralipomenon Hispaniae. Granatam, 1545. 2 hojas incluso portada grabada, 77 foliadas y 1 hoja con la marca del impresor. Es difícil encontrar estas tres Crónicas, interesantes para la Historia antigua y de la Edad Media de nuestra Patria, ya que en ocasiones se han separado, vendiéndose sueltas.La primera de las crónicas contiene la Historia de los Reyes Católicos y la Historia de la conquista de Navarra, la primera según Odriozola, obra de Hernando del Pulgar y la segunda debida a la pluma de Luis Correa. Otros autores, entre ellos Sánchez Alonso, estiman que la participación de Nebrija es mucho más importante. Señalemos como curiosidad, pues no es muy conocido, el dato de que el libro segundo de la Década segunda trata íntegramente de Canarias.La segunda de las crónicas contiene además la genealogía de los Reyes de España, escrita por Alonso de Cartagena y ocupa desde el vuelto del folio 92 al final. Indudablemente esta crónica de España puede considerarse como una de las fuentes más importantes de nuestra Historia Antigua y de la Edad Media.Y la tercera es una crónica de la España gótica y romana básica para el estudio de la Historia Antigua de nuestra Patria. Escrita por el Obispo de Gerona, conocido como "El Gerundense".E … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Bardon [Madrid, Spain]
2019-04-28 09:27:33
RUPERT DE DEUTZ
ANTVERPIAE: 1545. BON EXEMPLAIRE A LA MARGE DES INCUNABLES. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ SOIT ME JOINDRE PAR TELEPHONE PORTABLE AU 06 09 82 43 86 OU bernardrolin@laposte.net MERCI..... Référence : 3950.03.17 RUPERT DE DEUTZ Moine Bénédictin RUPERTI ABBATIS TUITIENSIS, VIRI UNDE CUNQUE DOCTISSIMI, SUMMIQUE INTER VETERES THEOLOGI, LIBRI XLII ; De operibus sanctae Trinitatis, cum luculentissimis capitulorum argumentis, cunctisq scripturam locis, nunc demum diligenter recogniti, & pristinae intergritati restituti. - 1545, ANTVERPIAE, Arnoldi BIRCKMANNI, Ex-libris cachet humide "conventus Carm. Disc. Insulensis". - In-quarto demi veau à quatre nerfs reliure d'époque, pièce de titre basane titre peint à la main , plats recouverts d'un splendide papier dominoté peint à la main. - P. de titre, 9 ff.nn., 1 f., 403 ff."806 p." - TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN RELIURE D'EPOQUE DOMINOTEE. OUVRAGE DE GRANDE RARETE. - Benoît XVI RAPPELLE SON IMPORTANCE EN 2009 : BENOÎT XVI, AUDIENCE GÉNÉRALE, Rupert de Deutz Chers frères et sœurs, Nous faisons aujourd'hui la connaissance d'un autre moine bénédictin du XIIe siècle. Son nom est Rupert de Deutz, une ville près de Cologne, siège d'un célèbre monastère. Rupert lui-même parle de sa propre vie dans l'une de ses œuvres les plus importantes, intitulée La gloire et l'honneur du Fils de l'homme, qui est un commentaire partiel de l'Evangile de Matthieu. Encore enfant, il fut accueilli comme « oblat » dans le monastère bénédictin de Saint-Laurent à Liège, selon l'usage de l'époque de confier l'un des enfants à l'éducation des moines, entendant en fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [centre, FR]
2019-04-25 11:23:20
1545. This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. [Claudius Aelianus]. (Aelian). Aeliani Variae Historiae Libri XIIII. Ex Heraclide de rebus publicis commentarium. Polemonis Physionomia. Adamantii physionomia. Melampodis ex palpitationibus divinatio. De neuis. [Antonio Blado], Rome [1545]. First Edition. Small quarto; printer's woodcut to title page; ff [4], 111,13. Final leaf is imprimateur. Title in Greek and Latin, text in Greek. Occasional neat underlining and marginalia. 19thc full calf, the spine with raised bands, blind decoration to compartments, two black lettering pieces. A Very Good copy the Editio Princeps of Aelianus's most important work, "a miscellany of anecdotes and biographical sketches, lists, pithy maxims, and descriptions of natural wonders and strange local customs, in 14 books, with many surprises for the cultural historian and the mythographer, anecdotes about the famous Greek philosophers, poets, historians, and playwrights and myths instructively retold. The emphasis is on various moralizing tales about heroes and rulers, athletes and wise men; reports about food and drink, different styles in dress or lovers, local habits in giving gifts or entertainments, or in religious beliefs and death customs; and comments on Greek painting. Aelian gives an account of fly fishing, using lures of red wool and feathers, of lacquerwork, serpent worship -- Essentially the Various History is a Classical "magazine" in the original senses of that word. He is not perfectly trustworthy in details, and his agenda was heavily influenced by Stoi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill (neilsummersgill) [Blackburn, GB]
2019-04-16 20:33:49
GABRIELE, Giacomo.
Venezia : Giovanni Griffio In Vinetia : per Giouanni de Farri & fratelli. FIRST EDITION 1545, imprint from colophon, small 4to, approximately 180 x 125 mm, 7¼ x 5 inches, large pictorial device of publisher Griffio on title page, a few historiated initials, leaves: (2), 3-62, (1) - errata, signatures: A-Q4 (Q4 blank), bound in eighteenth century sheep, raised bands and gilt decoration to spine, gilt lettered label, board edges gilt decorated, all edges speckled red, marbled endpapers. Boards slightly worn and pitted all over, board just showing at corner tips, tiny chip to tail of spine, gilt rather worn, early armorial bookplate on front pastedown, late 19th centry bookplate on front endpaper (Maximilian Joseph Pfeiffer (1875-1926, ambassador of the German Reich in Vienna 1921-1926), 3 small ink spots on title page, ink stain some quite heavy to top outer corner persisting to B4 (see images), not affecting text, ink name also on title page, small pale brown stain to Dii, no loss, some large pale brown staining to page 59-64(see images) not obscuring text in any way, tiny chip to fore-edge of Q3 and Q4. A good copy. First edition of a dialogue in which the differences between ancient and contemporary astrological theories are compared, dedicated to Pietro Bembo. Bembo greatly admired Gabriele's work, both for its scientific content and its exemplary use of the Tuscan language. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-04-13 08:33:39
Schopper Jakob, 1545-1616
Schopper Jakob, 1545-1616. Neuwe Chorographia und Histori, Schopper, anno 1582 Neuwe Chorographia und Histori Teutscher Nation. 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. Frankfurt, P. Schmidt für S. Feyerabendt, 1582. Fol. Mit 3 whd. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüren, Textholzschnitt und Druckermarke von J. Amman auf dem letzten Blatt. 16 Bl., 850 S., 15 Bl., 219 S., 6 Bl. Pp. d. Zt. (stärker beschabt und bestoßen). (54) Erste Ausgabe. VD 16 ZV 14130. Chronik vorwiegend zur Geschichte des 16. Jahrhunderts, der Reformation und der allgemeinen deutschen Kirchen- und Religionsgeschichte. Darüber hinaus eine Beschreibung der Niederlande von Lodovico Guicciardini. Titel mit hs. Vermerken, stellenw. mit Marginalien, erste Lage gelockert (2 Bl. lose), etw. gebräunt. Schopper: Jakob S., Altdorfscher Theologe, 1616. Geboren wurde S. am 1. November 1545 in Biberach in Schwaben, wo sein Vater (gleichen Namens), ein Schüler Luthers, damals als Prediger wirkte. Auf dem Gymnasium zu Memmingen vorgebildet, studirte er über sieben Jahre zu Tübingen unter Jakob Andreä, Jakob Heerbrand und anderen Theologie. Seine erste amtliche Anstellung erhielt er ohngefähr 1566 in seiner Heimath Biberach an derselben Kirche, an welcher sein Vater gewirkt hatte. Hier aber erregte er den Haß einer römisch gesinnten Partei gegen sich, so daß er nach neunjähriger Wirksamkeit (1575) weichen mußte. Von nun an sah er sich genöthigt, bald hier bald da sein Unterkommen zu suchen. Wir folgen ihm auf seinem Wanderleben zuerst nach Hornbach in Pfalz-Zweibrücken, wo er am Gymnasium Theologie lehrte, dann nach Tübingen, von da nach Heidelberg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-04-03 14:57:39
DECIUS
LYON: 1545. BEL EXEMPLAIRE TRES RAR. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ SOIT ME JOINDRE PAR TELEPHONE PORTABLE AU 06 09 82 43 86 OU bernardrolin@laposte.net MERCI..... 3914.01.17 PHILIPPUS DECIUS (BOERIUS) (CHARLES DU MOULIN) PHILIPPUS DECIUS IN TIT REGULIS IURIS Cum additionibus D. HIERONYMI CUCHALON Hispanie.. et CAROLI MOLINAEI Iusriconsulti Parisiensis..& DYNI MVXELLANI I. V.Doct Celebrimi Commentarius in REGULAS IURIS PONTIFICII Cum solitis additionibus D. NICOLAI BOERII..... Burdegalensi 1545, Lugduni Sub Scuto Coloniensi, - 2 Volumes in-8 reliés ensemble et édités chez Frellon frères. Cf. p. avant titre. - Reliure plein veau à la cire (niellée), dos à cinq nerfs et petits fleurons, premier plat titrés aux fers dorés des deux Auteurs et d'un ornement central à la cire, encadré d'un double filet d'encadrement et fleurons dorés aux écoinçons. - Premier Volume pour l'Ouvrage de DECIUS : Commenté par CUCHALON et Du MOULIN, 1 f. de garde, p. de titre avec une jolie vignette au crabe et au papillon et restauration de papier sans manque de texte, 1 f. sur Charles Du Moulin, 24 ff. pour l'index, un feuillet pour les droits et privilèges daté de 1545, 3 ff. pour l'index legum et paragraphum, 431 pages ; 1 p. avec l'indication de l'Editeur Frellon. - Second Volume pour l'Ouvrage de DYNI commenté par BOERIUS et Du MOULIN, p. de titre avec la jolie vignette au crabe et au papillon, 1f. pour la note sur Charles du Moulin, 15 ff. pour l'Index, 285 pages avec l'indication de l'exécution d'imprimerie de jean et francis Frellon. - Philippus DECIUS, Juriste Italien, (1454-1535) Trac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [centre, FR]
2019-03-31 17:12:22
Recht/Bayern :
München, Schobser bzw. Berg, 1545/68. 1. : Die New Erclaerung der Landsfreyhait des loblichen haus und Fürstenthumbs Obern unnd Nidern Bairn. Anno fünfftzehenhundert unnd im Sechtzehenden auf den vierundzwainzigistn tag des Monats Aprilis zu Jngelstat aufgericht. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt-Wappen, 18 Blatt, (München, Schobser, ca. 1545). 2. : Die Ordnung uber gemainer Lanndtschafft inn Bayrn auffgerichte Hanndtvesst. Tausent Fünffhundert und im sechzehenden jar zu Jngolstat beschlossen. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt-Wappen, 7 Blatt, (München, Schobser, ca. 1545). 3. : Des loeblichen Hauß und Fuerstenthumbs Obern unnd Nidern Bayren Freyheiten, von ainem Regierenden Fuersten von Bayren, auff den andern, gemainem Landt gegeben, vernewt vnd bestettigt, Die auch von Kaisern und Koenigen zugelassen und Confirmiert sein, jetzt gemehrt . Mit großem Titelholzschnitt-Wappen, 2 Blatt, 237 Seiten, 7 Blatt, München, Berg, 1568. Zusammengebunden in einem Halbpergamentband der 18. Jahrhunderts, 29 x 20 cm, Einband etwas berieben, innen etwas gebräunt, sonst gut erhalten.
Bookseller: Antiquariat H. Carlsen [kiel, Germany]
2019-03-29 06:28:03
1545. "Die erst Tafel innhaltend das Schweytzerlandt, mit den anstossenden Ländern. - Die ander Tafel des Rheinstroms begreiffend die Pfaltz/Westereich/Eyfel. - Die dritte Tafel des Rheinstroms / innhaltend das Nider Teutschlandt." Rheinlauf, der komplette Satz von 3 Holzschnittkarten aus: Sebastian Münster Cosmographia, um 1545. Bildgrößen ca. 31 x 36 cm. Blattgrößen ca. 34 x 38 cm. An den unteren Teilen der Büge jeweils eine Hinterlegung. Gute Drucke. Versand ins Ausland per Einschreiben (registered post with insurance). Beim Kauf mehrerer Artikel fällt nur einmal Porto an. If you order several items I ask only one time delivery costs. ORIGINAL Erstellt durch eBay Turbo Lister Das kostenlose Einstell-Tool. Stellen Sie Ihre Artikel schnell und bequem ein und verwalten Sie Ihre aktiven Angebote.
Bookseller: antik-prints-antique maps (antik-prints) [Bohmte, DE]
2019-03-25 12:36:24
Biblia. Latín ; Robert Estienne (1503-1559) ; Leo Jud (1482-1542) ; François Vatable (¿?-1547)
Lutetiae [i.e. Paris]: Ex officina Roberti Stephani, typographi regii, MDXLV. [i.e. 1545].- [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 1º ed. de la Biblia de Vatablo (2ª ed. stephaniana de la vulgata, su 1ª de la versión de Zurich), en 2 vols., bien completa de sus cinco partes y el apéndice.- 8º, (184x125 mm.).- Vol.1: [12], 156, 172, 116 f.; sign.: *8, **4, a-t8, v4; aa-xx8, yy4; aaa-ooo8, p4.- Vol. 2: 180 [i.e. 184], 140, [28] f.; sign.: A-S8, T12, V-Y8, Z4; AA-RR8, SS4; TT-VV8, XX-ZZ4; marca tipográfica en portada, motto 'Noli altum sapere'; la palabra 'Biblia' del título, enmarcada en una viñeta xilografíca renacentista; texto a dos columnas con apostillas marginales en latín, griego y hebreo. La última secuencia del vol. II, tras el índice, es el apéndice ?Diffusiores in priores psalmos annotationes?, repitiendo los primeros 72 Salmos en la versión de Zurich, con las notas muy ampliadas. [Errores de foliación. Vol.1, pt 1: f. malnumerados 16 como 6, 40 como 48, 141 como 140, 143 como 142; pt. 2: 45 como 34, 47 como 32, 70 como 170, 72 sin numerar, 150 malnumerado como 105; pt. 3: 13 como 113, 21 como 12, 53 como 45. Vol. 2, pt. 4: 7 como 95, 104 como 04, 117 como 119, 4 folios sin numerar entre 148 y 149. Indices, sin numerar, de f. 129 a f. 140].- // Encuadernación (restaurada) de finales de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-25 12:36:24
Biblia. Latín. Nicolas de Lyre (ca. 1270-1349), Pablo de Santa María (ca.1353-1435), Matthias Döring (ca. 1395-1469), anots. ; Sante Pagnini (1470-1541), trad. ; Miguel Servet (1511-1553), ed. ; Hans Holbein (ca.1497-1543), grab.
Lvgdvni: [en colofones de tomos 1-6]: Antoine Vincent. execudebatur. die vero XX mensis augusti], MDXLV [1545] [Colofón de T. 7: Lvgdvni: Ex officina Gasparis Trechsel, MDXLV (1545)]. La Biblia sacra preparada por Miguel Servet, ilustrada con los grabados de Holbein.- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 1ª ed.- 7 vols. (2300 f.), folio.- (407x279 mm). T. 1: 377, [1] f. [f. 15 malnumerado como 16, 228 como 226, 273 como 257, 376 como 356]; sign.: a-z8/6, A-C6, D-Z8/6, aa-gg8/6, hh8 [hh8, blanco].- T. 2: 315, [1] f. ; sign.: a-d8, e-f6, g-r8, s6, t8, v-x6, y-z8, A8 B-N8/6 O-P8 Q-S6 T-V8 [V8, blanco].- T. 3: 440 f. [f. 150 mal numerado como 135, 156 como 159; 429 como 426]; sign.: a-z8/6, A-Z6/8, aa-qq8/6 rr6.- T. 4: 479, [1] f. [f. 92 mal numerado como 62, 157 como 165, 160 como 168, 181 como 188, 451 como 452, 454 como 453]; sign.: a-z8/6 A-Z6/8 aa-xx8/6 yy10 [yy10, blanco].- T. 5: 244 f. [f. 89 mal numerado como 90]; sign.: a-z8/6 A-K6/8 L-M6.- T. 6: 285, [1] f. [f. 34 numerado como 43].- sign.: a-z8/6, A-R6/8.- T. 7 (Index): [156] f. ; sign.: a-s8, t6, v6 [v6, blanco, ausente en este ejemplar].- Texto bíblico en caja centrada, interlineado, circuido por glosa a dos columnas; apostillas marginales; iniciales xilográficas; grabados xilográficos.- // Encuadernación renacentista de época en p … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-23 01:11:41
Cicero
Simon Colinaeum, Paris France, 1545. Rhetoricorum ad Herennium [Gaius Herennius] Lectures by Marcus Tullius Cicero [106-43 B.C.] Published by Simon Colinaeum Paris 1545 From Wikipedia.com: The Rhetorica ad Herennium (Rhetoric: For Herennius), formerly attributed to Cicero or Cornificius, but in fact of unknown authorship, sometimes ascribed to an unnamed doctor, is the oldest surviving Latin book on rhetoric, dating from the late 80s BC,[1] and is still used today as a textbook on the structure and uses of rhetoric and persuasion. [1] Rhetorica ad Herennium. Reference to Sulpicius' tribunate of 88, and Gaius Marius' final consulship (86). Pocket size book (16mo) 8 cm x 12 cm 439 pages. Text block is stitched signatures resulting in four raised bands with braided head and foot pieces that ties of off the stitching. Gilded text block with gilt fore edge, top and bottom. Paper is rag carried on wire mesh through a press leaving a latent ghost image in the paper. Pages have hand ruled margins to register the sheet fed printing presses of the 16th century. Cover is contemporary calfskin covered boards, blind tooled boards, front and back with gold leaf stamped corners and center piece. (See photo for points of identity with a sister-companion to this book auctioned in 1997 by Christies, New York for US$85,000.) Marbleized endpapers. ----------------------- Provenance. Book was purchased by this seller from Europe in the early 1990's, and owned ever since. ----------------------.
Bookseller: us-duto [Green Valley, Arizona, US]
2019-03-19 17:16:01
Manuzio, Antonio (Ed.).
Aldus, Venice, 1545. (16.30 x 10.70 cm), 163 pp., [1], anchor device of Aldine Press on title page, Latin text, lightly soiled cover, occasional spotting, otherwise copy in good condition, Second edition, first published in 1543. Tana was the name of which Genoese gave to their factory at Azov at the mouth of river Don. This work contains a collection of voyages edited by Antonio Manuzio, son of Aldus, who had established a book shop and small printing house at Bologna. The first two narratives are by Joseph Barbaro (Tana in 1436, Persia 1471) and Ambrogio Contarini (Persia 1473-77), who had been sent as special envoys by the Venetian to the Persians. Barbaro was the first contact between the Venetians and the Persians. Another narrative by Luigi Roncinotto (Ethiopia 1532, Persia and India in 1529). An edition of Benedetto Ramberti is included, and also two voyages to India, one of which describes the expedition of Soleyman Bassa against the Portuguese settlement in 1538. This appears to be one of the very few works of travels to be published by the Aldine Press. Bibliographic references: Blackmer 1071; Gollner 861; Renouard pp 128 & 134; Aldinenslg. SB Bln. 562; Göllner 861; Atabey 761. Size: Small 8vo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: FOLIOS LIMITED [London, United Kingdom]
2019-03-19 12:23:21
RUPERT DE DEUTZ
ANTVERPIAE: 1545. BON EXEMPLAIRE A LA MARGE DES INCUNABLES. POUR TOUS RENSEIGNEMENTS, VOUS POUVEZ SOIT ME JOINDRE PAR TELEPHONE PORTABLE AU 06 09 82 43 86 OU bernardrolin@laposte.net MERCI..... Référence : 3950.03.17 RUPERT DE DEUTZ Moine Bénédictin RUPERTI ABBATIS TUITIENSIS, VIRI UNDE CUNQUE DOCTISSIMI, SUMMIQUE INTER VETERES THEOLOGI, LIBRI XLII ; De operibus sanctae Trinitatis, cum luculentissimis capitulorum argumentis, cunctisq scripturam locis, nunc demum diligenter recogniti, & pristinae intergritati restituti. - 1545, ANTVERPIAE, Arnoldi BIRCKMANNI, Ex-libris cachet humide "conventus Carm. Disc. Insulensis". - In-quarto demi veau à quatre nerfs reliure d'époque, pièce de titre basane titre peint à la main , plats recouverts d'un splendide papier dominoté peint à la main. - P. de titre, 9 ff.nn., 1 f., 403 ff."806 p." - TRES BEL EXEMPLAIRE EN RELIURE D'EPOQUE DOMINOTEE. OUVRAGE DE GRANDE RARETE. - Benoît XVI RAPPELLE SON IMPORTANCE EN 2009 : BENOÎT XVI, AUDIENCE GÉNÉRALE, Rupert de Deutz Chers frères et sœurs, Nous faisons aujourd'hui la connaissance d'un autre moine bénédictin du XIIe siècle. Son nom est Rupert de Deutz, une ville près de Cologne, siège d'un célèbre monastère. Rupert lui-même parle de sa propre vie dans l'une de ses œuvres les plus importantes, intitulée La gloire et l'honneur du Fils de l'homme, qui est un commentaire partiel de l'Evangile de Matthieu. Encore enfant, il fut accueilli comme « oblat » dans le monastère bénédictin de Saint-Laurent à Liège, selon l'usage de l'époque de confier l'un des enfants à l'éducation des moines, entendant en fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: brocnetlivre (bernlecture) [centre, FR]
2019-03-16 17:58:09
FRANCK, Sebastian )
Nürnberg, gedruckt bei Johann Daubmann zwischen 1545 und 1553 ). Kl-8, 110 pp, (1) Späterer Pappband. Einband berieben, etwas gebräunt, gegen Ende mit Wasserrand. Titelblatt fehlt. Die Erstausgabe erschien in Augsburg, 1528.
Bookseller: magmab [Austria]
2019-03-13 19:46:39
FREGOSO, Antonio.-
Venecia-S.Imp., 1545.15,5 cm. 48 h. sin paginar. Grabado xilográfico en primera página, capitulares. Enc. en medio pergamino, florón dorado en ambos planos. Corto de margen superior.(11670-M5). FILOSOFIA.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Casals [BARCELONA, Spain]
2019-03-13 13:15:55
Imprimerie - Typographie) DU JON (François).
1545. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-8. 1). 277pp. (i.e. 279). 2). 197pp. Plein vélin postérieure, titre manuscrit au dos. Intéressante réunion de ces deux éditions originales du théologien protestant François Du Jon (1545-1602) qui fut professeur de Grotius et de Daniel Heinsius à Leyde. Elles furent imprimées sans nom d'imprimeur à Francfort par le célèbre typographe André Wechel (1510-1581), qui s'était réfugié à Francfort après avoir échappé aux massacres de la Saint-Barthélémy. C'est ensuite à Heidelberg, où l'auteur était professeur de théologie, qu'elles furent publiées. Quelques taches et salissures.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-03-11 21:13:56
Meiri, Meir ben Yaakov ibn Yair
Sabbioneta, 1545. Sabbioneta. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Halachot Shekhita uVdika, 1545, Sabbioneta. Author: Meiri, Meir ben Yaakov ibn Yair. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000145420 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1545.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-03-10 08:47:59
1545. This is a used item. Please see item description for further details. [Claudius Aelianus]. (Aelian). Aeliani Variae Historiae Libri XIIII. Ex Heraclide de rebus publicis commentarium. Polemonis Physionomia. Adamantii physionomia. Melampodis ex palpitationibus divinatio. De neuis. [Antonio Blado], Rome [1545]. First Edition. Small quarto; printer's woodcut to title page; ff [4], 111,13. Final leaf is imprimateur. Title in Greek and Latin, text in Greek. Occasional neat underlining and marginalia. 19thc full calf, the spine with raised bands, blind decoration to compartments, two black lettering pieces. A Very Good copy the Editio Princeps of Aelianus's most important work, "a miscellany of anecdotes and biographical sketches, lists, pithy maxims, and descriptions of natural wonders and strange local customs, in 14 books, with many surprises for the cultural historian and the mythographer, anecdotes about the famous Greek philosophers, poets, historians, and playwrights and myths instructively retold. The emphasis is on various moralizing tales about heroes and rulers, athletes and wise men; reports about food and drink, different styles in dress or lovers, local habits in giving gifts or entertainments, or in religious beliefs and death customs; and comments on Greek painting. Aelian gives an account of fly fishing, using lures of red wool and feathers, of lacquerwork, serpent worship -- Essentially the Various History is a Classical "magazine" in the original senses of that word. He is not perfectly trustworthy in details, and his agenda was heavily influenced by Stoi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Neil Summersgill (neilsummersgill) [Blackburn, GB]
2019-03-03 09:45:42
ROBERT DE TUY. ( Rupertus Abbott of Deutz )
Parisiis Apud Audoenum Parvum Via ad divum Jacobum sub signo Floris Lilii. Printed by Gulielmus Thibout, 1545. LATIN TEXT. Small 8vo, approximately 170 x 105 mm, 6¾ x 4 inches, leaves: (12), 391, last page with colophon, dated August 1545, publisher's device of lions and fleur de lys on title page, some decorated initials, 21 pages of index follow title page, bound in modern quarter calf over cloth sides, raised bands and gilt lettering to spine. Early line of manuscript in old ink crossed through long ago on title page, tiny piece missing from lower outer corner of title page, 5 mm (¼") hole in blank margin of one index page, occasional light age-browning, small slight mark to some margins, expert repairs to some inner margins, worm track begins in lower margin of fol.180 increasing in size to fol.208, nowhere near text, then decreasing and ending on fol.235, small pale brown damp stain to lower corner of last 13 leaves. A good sturdy copy. First published in Cologne in 1526. The influential Benedictine theologian and writer Robert de Tuy or Rupert of Deutz (circa 1075-1129) was born in Liege in Belgium. He entered the monastery of Saint-Laurent as a young person and received a literary education. He became abbott of Deutz (Cologne) in Germany and died there in 1129. Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, Volume II, 939 and 940. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-03-03 01:55:17
Cicero
Simon Colinaeum, Paris France, 1545. Rhetoricorum ad Herennium [Gaius Herennius] Lectures by Marcus Tullius Cicero [106-43 B.C.] Published by Simon Colinaeum Paris 1545 From Wikipedia.com: The Rhetorica ad Herennium (Rhetoric: For Herennius), formerly attributed to Cicero or Cornificius, but in fact of unknown authorship, sometimes ascribed to an unnamed doctor, is the oldest surviving Latin book on rhetoric, dating from the late 80s BC,[1] and is still used today as a textbook on the structure and uses of rhetoric and persuasion. [1] Rhetorica ad Herennium. Reference to Sulpicius' tribunate of 88, and Gaius Marius' final consulship (86). Pocket size book (16mo) 8 cm x 12 cm 439 pages. Text block is stitched signatures resulting in four raised bands with braided head and foot pieces that ties of off the stitching. Gilded text block with gilt fore edge, top and bottom. Paper is rag carried on wire mesh through a press leaving a latent ghost image in the paper. Pages have hand ruled margins to register the sheet fed printing presses of the 16th century. Cover is contemporary calfskin covered boards, blind tooled boards, front and back with gold leaf stamped corners and center piece. (See photo for points of identity with a sister-companion to this book auctioned in 1997 by Christies, New York for US$85,000.) Marbleized endpapers. ----------------------- Provenance. Book was purchased by this seller from Europe in the early 1990's, and owned ever since. ----------------------.
Bookseller: us-duto [Green Valley, Arizona, US]
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