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        De Aure Humana Tractatus, in quo integra ejusdem auris fabrica, multis novis inventis, & iconismis illustrata, describitur; omniumque ejus partium usus indagantur. Quibus interposita est musculorum uvulae, atque pharyngis nova descriptio, et delineatio.Bologna: Constantino Pisari, 1704.

      Rare first edition, and a fine copy, of "the first full account of the minute anatomy of the ear" (Norman). "This remarkable book became a standard on the subject for over a century" (<i>Heirs of Hippocrates</i>).<br/><br/> ❧Norman 2125; Lilly, <i>Notable Medical Books</i> 101; Garrison-Morton 1546; <i>Heirs of Hippocrates</i> 729 (later edition). <br/><br/> Valsalva (1666-1723), student of Malpighi [see Horblit 43] and teacher of Morgagni [see PMM 206], "wrote the first full account of the minute anatomy of the ear in his <i>De Aure Humana Tractatus</i> ('Treatise on the Human Ear'), 'in which the whole structure of the ear is described and illustrated with many new discoveries, and the uses of all its parts are investigated; in which is inserted a new description and delineation of the uvula and pharynx.' He was the first to define the ear's three regions-outer, middle, and inner-and to explain their relative functions. <br/><br/> "The 'Treatise' is arranged in six chapters. The first three are anatomic and deal with the parts of the ear; the last three are physiologic and explain the functions of these parts. The auricle and auditory meatus, the tympanum and middle ear, and the labyrinth and inner ear are discussed. Chapter 2 includes Valsalva's report, promised on the title page, of the musculature of the uvula and pharynx; these are depicted on separate plates. The ten illustrations are good line engravings, of which the most striking are those of the nerves and blood vessels of the outer ear, the carotid artery, the semicircular canals, and the structure of the whole ear. <br/><br/> "Valsalva described and named the Eustachian tube, which connects the middle ear and the pharynx. His consideration of the Eustachian tubes led to the 'respiratory maneuver' named for him; if the tubes are patent and if the nose and mouth are closed, a forcible expiratory effort increases pressure on the tympanic membranes. Valsalva used this procedure to expel pus and foreign bodies from the middle ear. Since his time, the Valsalva maneuver has proved to be of value to the internist, the otologist, and the radiologist. In the section on the pharyngeal muscles, he detailed the dysphagia which has also been named for him. By the digital manipulation of 'a kind of dislocation of the cartilaginous appendages of the hyoid bone,' he relieved a woman who could not eat after a lump of beef had lodged in her throat. Valsalva's collected works were edited with elaborate commentary by his more famous pupil, Morgagni. They include useful contributions to anatomy and surgery, of which the best remembered is his delineation of the sinuses of the aorta, still called 'Valsalva's sinuses'." (Lilly).. 4to (231 x 170 mm), contemporary vellum with manuscript lettering to spine, corners with very light wear, a fine and unrestored copy, pp. [16], 1-184 and 10 engraved plates numbered i-x, one folding (, i.e., iv), old paper repairs of a 4 cm closed tear to margin of first end-paper and 3rd leaf (not effecting text), some very light marginal spotting, in general a fine and fresh copy. Scarce

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        De philosophia. Cum scholijs, coniecluris Pauli Manutij. 2 Bde. (I. Academicarum questionum editionis primae liber secundus, editionis secundae liber primus, de finibus bonotum & malorum libri V. Tusculanarum quaestionum libri V. / II. Denatura deorum libri III. De diuinatione libri II. De fato liber III. De uniuersitate liber I.Q, Ciceronis de petitione Consulatus ad Marcum fratrem liber I.)

      Venedig , Paulo Manutio Aldi filio, 1546.. M. 6 wiederhol. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. 4 nn. Bll. 147 num. Bll. , 10 nn. Bll. und 3 nn. Bll, 213 num. Bll. (recte 206), 16 Bll. Prgt. um 1650 auf 4 Bünden m. gold. beschrift. RSch. (Einbd. etw.gebräunt u. beschabt, ein RSch. m. Fehlstelle, einige alte Anstreich., überwiegend in Bd. 1, m. Bibl.-schildchen u. Stemp. a. Tit. u. je einer S., Paginierung springt an einigen Stellen oder doppelt, aber Text fortlaufend).. Adams C 1644; IA 138,439 - hübscher kaum gebräunter Aldus-Druck.

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        Abecedario Espiritual. Primera Parte Que Trata Delas Circunstàcias Dela Sagrada Passion Del Hijo De Dios. = Segunda Pte. Donde Se Tratan Diversos Exercivios En Cada Letra El Suyo. = Tercera Parte Del Libro Llamado. = Ley De Amor y Quarta Parte Del .(*)

      Siglo XVI, Zaragoza - Burgos - Valladolid - Medina Del Campo - (*).Abecedario Espiritual, dòde se tratà muy de rayz los Misterios y Preguntas, y Exercicios del Amor, y la Theologia que pertenece no menos al entendimièto `q a la voluntad, harto util aun para los predicadores q dessean ver en buen romàce las cosas q de si son escabrosas. = Quinta Parte del Abecedario Espiritual. que es Consuelo de Pobres y Aviso de Ricos. No menos util para los frailes, que para los seglares y aun para los predicadores. Cuyo intento deve ser retraer los hombres del amor & las riquezas falsas y hazer los pobres de espíritu. = Sexta Parte del Abecedario Espiritual. que Trata sobre las Llagas de Jesu Christo, para exercicio de todas las personas devotas. Añadidas las Tablas de las otras Cinco Partes con la del Còbite del Sacramento, que el mismo autor compuso. Nunca antes impresa. ===Primera parte: -Zaragoza, Pedro Bernuz y Bartolomé de Nagera, 1546, 180 folios. Texto en gótico. Portada a dos tintas y ornamentada. Preciosas letras capitales grabadas. Encuadernado a plena piel marrón muy grabada en seco. (4ªedición) = Segunda parte: -Burgos, Juan de Junta, 1539, 195 folios y 1 hoja, portada grabada y a dos tintas. Texto en gótico. Letras capitales grabadas. Encuadernado a plena piel roja muy grabada en seco y oro. (2ª edición) = Tercera Parte: -Valladolid, Juà de Villaquirà, 1537, 4 hojas y 216 folios. Texto en gótico. Portada grabada y a dos tintas. Letras capitales grabadas. Muy bien encuadernado en piel siena oscuro, muy grabada en seco. (2ª edición). = Cuarta Parte: -Burgos, Juan de Junta Florentino, 1536, 206 folios. Portada grabada y a dos tintas. Texto en gótico. Letras capitales grabadas. Muy buena encuadernación firmada por Angulo y Jiménez a plena piel decorada al oro y en seco. (3ªedición) = Quinta Parte: -Burgos, por Juan de Junta, a costa de Juan Espinosa, 1542, 10 hojas y 221 folios. Texto en gótico. Portada grabada y a dos tintas. Letras capitales grabadas. Muy bien encuadernado en piel roja muy decorada en oro y grabada en seco. (1ª edición) = Sexta Parte: - Medina del Campo, en la Imprenta de Matheo y Francisco del Canto Hermanos, 1554, 14 hojas - 107 folios y 44 hojas, faltan las últimas hojas de las tablas, que fueron cortadas en época, por el Santo Oficio. Antigua mácula a mitad de folio en 50 folios, sin afectar lectura. Portada grabada y a dos tinta. Texto en gótico con las letras capitales grabadas. Encuadernación de época en pergamino. (1ªedición). En general muy buena conservación de esta fabulosa colección completa. Con excelente encuadernación. Size: 6 Vols. En 4º [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Canones sicut brevissimi, ita etiam doctissimi, complectentes praecepta & observationes de mutatione aurae

      J. Montanus & U. Neuber, Nuremberg 1546 - Pioneering Work on Environmental Science and MeteorologyWerner, Johann (1468-1522). Canones sicut brevissimi, ita etiam doctissimi, complectentes praecepta & observationes de mutatione aurae . . . 4to. [20]ff., last leaf blank. 2 woodcut initials. Nuremberg: J. Montanus & U. Neuber, 1546. 202 x 142 mm. Modern vellum. Minor soiling on verso of last leaf, otherwise fine. Manuscript annotations in an early hand, titled "Aphorismi Astrologiae," on recto of last leaf.First Edition of one of the rarest works by the mathematician and astronomer Johann Werner, and a pioneering contribution to environmental science in the height of the scientific revolution. Werner, a priest in Nuremberg, made notable contributions to astronomy, mathematics and geography. He invented instruments for solving problems in spherical astronomy and for determining the latitudes of planets, and his work on spherical triangles (not published until 1907) was superior to that of Regiomontanus in its presentation and practical applicability. He also developed the first method for determining latitude and longitude simultaneously.Werner was the first to make regular observations of weather conditions in Germany; together with Tycho Brahe, he pioneered the practice of collecting meteorological data for scientific purposes. "In meteorology Werner paved the way for a scientific interpretation. Meteorology and astrology were connected, but he nevertheless attempted to explain this science rationally. . . . The 'guidelines that explain the principles and observations of the changes in the atmosphere,' published [posthumously] in 1546 by Johann Schöner, contain meteorological notes for 1513-1520. The weather observations are based mainly on stellar constellations, and hence the course of the moon is of less importance. Although Werner did not collect the data systematically, as Tycho Brahe did, he attempted to incorporate meteorology into physics and to take into consideration the geographical situation of the observational site. Thus he can be regarded as a pioneer of modern meteorology and weather forecasting" (Dictionary of Scientific Biography). This pamphlet by Werner is very rare, with only three copies in the United States cited in OCLC (UC San Diego, Yale, U. Michigan). Our copy appears to be the first on the market since the Honeyman copy sold in 1981. 40981 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De Sympathia et Antipathia rerum. Liber unus. De Contagione et Contagionis Morbis et Curatione. Libri III.

      Venice, 1546. 4to. Contemporary full vellum. Neatly recased, endpapers renewed. A (mostly fairly faint) damp stain throughout and a marginal worm tract, far from affecting text. Inner blank margin of title-page re-enforced. Some contemporary marginal annotations. Woodcut title-vignette and woodcut printer's device to final blank verso. (4), 76, (4) ff.. Scarce first edition of this milestone in the history of medicine, the foundational work of modern epidemiology, which was the first to state the germ theory of infection.This epochal work "establishes Fracastoro as one of the foremost scientists of all time, and earns him the title of founder of modern epidemiology. "De contagione" contains the first scientifically reasoned statement of the true nature of infection, contagion, and the germ theory of disease and is the foundation of all modern views on the nature of infectuous diseases... Fracastoro's influence is also clearly reflected in the work of such modern scientists as Louis Pasteur, Joseph Lister, and Robert Koch as they broadened and furthered man's knowledge of infectuous diseases." (Heirs of Hippocrates). "This book represents a landmark in the development of our knowledge of infectuous disease. Fracastorus was the first to state the germ theory of infection. He recognized typhus and suggested the contagiousness of tuberculosis. Haeser describes him as the "founder of scientific epidemology"." (Garrison & Morton).Faracstoro's theories on contagions and epidemics were far ahead of their time, but they were still widely respected. The magnificent theories here constitute the first correct illustrations of how contagions might spread: by simple contact as in scabies and leprosy; by "fomities" or inanimate carriers, such as clothing or sheets; and at a distance, without direct contact or carriers, as in plague, smallpox, etc., attributing their transmission to the action of the air - and his ideas on the spreading and controlling of epidemics were of vital importance to Renaissance man and to the further development of our knowledge within this field. The work furthermore gives the first accurate account of typhys as well as several other contageous diseases, together with the affirmation of the contagiousness of tuberculosis. With this work, Fracastoro was also the first to enunciate the modern doctrine of the specific characters and infectious nature of fevers. Heirs of Hippocrates: 101; G&M: 2528; Wellcome: 2393

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        Wunderbarliche und erschröckliche geschicht, so durch donner und blitz zu Mechelen in Brabant, und andere daselbs umligende flecken geschehen... Vor in Brabantischer sprach gedruckt, und yetzt verdeutscht

      (Nürnberg, J. vom Berg u. U. Neuber, 1546).. 4 Bll. (d. l. w.). Neuer HPrgt. mit Deckelschild. 4°. VD16 W 4601; Hellmann, Meteorologie 43, 5. - Bericht über schweres Nachtgewitter am 7. August 1546 mit vielen Blitzeinschlägen in Häuser und einen Pulverturm. Das Original in "brabantischer" Sprache konnte Hellmann nicht nachweisen. - Leicht gebräunt und etwas fleckig, Bl. 2 mit 2 zugelegten Randeinrissen.

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        Wunderbarliche und erschröckliche geschicht, so durch donner und blitz zu Mechelen in Brabant, und andere daselbs umligende flecken geschehen. Vor in Brabantischer sprach gedruckt, und yetzt verdeutscht.

      (Nürnberg, J. vom Berg u. U. Neuber, 1546). - 4 Bll. (d. l. w.). Neuer HPrgt. mit Deckelschild. 4°. VD16 W 4601; Hellmann, Meteorologie 43, 5. - Bericht über schweres Nachtgewitter am 7. August 1546 mit vielen Blitzeinschlägen in Häuser und einen Pulverturm. Das Original in "brabantischer" Sprache konnte Hellmann nicht nachweisen. - Leicht gebräunt und etwas fleckig, Bl. 2 mit 2 zugelegten Randeinrissen.

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        Wunderbarliche und erschröckliche geschicht, so durch donner und blitz zu Mechelen in Brabant, und andere daselbs umligende flecken geschehen... Vor in Brabantischer sprach gedruckt, und yetzt verdeutscht.

      (Nürnberg, J. vom Berg u. U. Neuber, 1546).. 4 Bll. (d. l. w.). Neuer HPrgt. mit Deckelschild. 4°.. VD16 W 4601; Hellmann, Meteorologie 43, 5. - Bericht über schweres Nachtgewitter am 7. August 1546 mit vielen Blitzeinschlägen in Häuser und einen Pulverturm. Das Original in "brabantischer" Sprache konnte Hellmann nicht nachweisen. - Leicht gebräunt und etwas fleckig, Bl. 2 mit 2 zugelegten Randeinrissen.

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        Temporal, Des weitberühmten M. Johan(n) Künigsperger, natürlicher Kunst der Astronomey kurtzer begreiff, Von natürlichem einfluss der Gestirn, Planeten, vnd Zeichen, etc. Von den vier Complexionen, natur vnd eygenschafft der menschen, Regiment durchs jar über, mit Essen, Schlaffen, Baden, Purgieren, Aderlassen, etc. Auffs ordentlichst zugericht.

      Erfurt, Wolfgang Stürmer [um 1546]. 8vo. 32 Bll.nnum. Titel rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit 38 Holzschnitten. Moderner Halbpergamentband.. Extrem seltene 5. Ausgabe des reich illustrierten astrologischen Handbüchleins, VD 16 und v. Hase nennen nur ein Exemplar im Germanischen Nationalmuseum, Nürnberg. Laut Zinner, Leben und Wirken des Joh. Müller von Königsberg, S. 269, stammt das Buch nicht von diesem, sein Name wurde lediglich aus Gründen der Verkaufsförderung verwendet. Die erste Ausgabe, mit 23 Holzschnitten illustriert, erschien 1528 bei Egenolff in Strassburg, es folgten bis zum Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts noch mindestens acht weitere Ausgaben, davon drei bei Stürmer in Erfurt, die alle in nur wenigen Exemplaren erhalten geblieben sind. - Durchgehend etwas fleckig und mit kleinen Randausbesserungen, für ein Gebrauchsbuch gut erhalten. - VD 16, M-6576; v. Hase 238..

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        M ANTONII MAIORAGII ANTIPARADOXON LIBRI SEX

      - M. Antonii Maioragii Antiparadoxon libri sex. In quibus M. Tullij Ciceronis omnia Paradoxa refelluntur.- Lugduni, Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1546; en 8º mayor reencuadernado en pergamino antiguo rígido, 238 pp. - 1 hoja con marca del impresor grabada. Capitulares grabadas. Impresión en letra bastarda italiana. Buen ejemplar.

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        I dieci libri de l'Architettura

      1546. ALBERTI, Leon Battista. I dieci libri de l'Architettura. Translated into Italian by Pietro Lauro. [12], 248 ff. 8vo., 159 x 105 mm, bound in seventeenth-century Italian vellum, black morocco spine label. Venezia: Valgrisi, 1546. |~||~||~| First and only Edition of the first Italian translation. Alberti's chef-d'oeuvre is "the first and most important architectural treatise of the Renaissance" (Arntzen). "It is in the writings of Alberti that a complete Humanist doctrine is first developed, and they are the source from which all later ideas were derived. Since Alberti represented the fifteenth century at its best, exercising an influence over the spirit of his age second only to that of Leonardo, it is not surprising to find that his De Re Aedificatoria [first edition, 1485], especially in the theoretical treatment of the subject and in relating it to the ancient text of Vitruvius, played an important part in the literary output of his successors. This treatise of Alberti's [was] the first work on architecture to be printed" (Fowler, p. 4). Alberti originally published his seminal work on architecture in Latin in 1485; this 1546 edition represents the first vernacular edition in Italian, and hence the first edition available to a larger audience of professionals actually working in architectural design and construction. A few minor blemishes but generally a fine copy bound in seventeenth-century vellum. PROVENANCE: Armorial bookplate of Beilby Thompson of Escrick Park, Yorks (1686-1750), who at 17 years of age departed for a four-year grand tour of Italy, where he probably bought this book. Schlosser-Magnino 121-127. Fowler 5. Millard, Italian 5. Adams A-487. BMC/STC Italian 15. Cicognara 373.

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        Dictionarium latinogallicum multo locupletius, thesauro nostro recés excuso ita ex adverso respõdens, ut extra pauca quædam aut obsoleta, aut minus usitata vocabula, in hoc eadem sint omnia, eodem ordine, sermone patrio explicata: adiectis authoru appellationibus quas in superiore latinogallico prætermiseramus

      1546 Roberti Stephani, Lutetiae 1546 - Second edition, folio, pp. [4], 1376; [&#134;2] a-b8 c10 d-z8 A-Z8 2a-2z8 2A- 2R8; wood-engraved printer's mark and initials; 20th-century green marbled paper-covered boards, black gilt morocco spine label; tear to bottom fore- edge of title page has been recently repaired, 19th-century German institutional rubber stamp on upper cover, contemporary ownership inscription with contemporary ink cancellation below printer's mark; dampstaining to bottom textblock fore-edge, else very good and sound. Estienne's "pioneering" (Schreiber 87) dictionary, nearly twice as long as the first (1538) edition and its reprints, with additional references to authorities and rearrangements to make this Dictionarium correspond to the Thesaurus Latinae Linguae. Schreiber 87; Renouard 67, no. 12; Adams S1805; BM-STC French, p. 156. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vitae caesarum quarum scriptores hi Suetonius Tranquillus, Dion Cassius, Aelius Spartianus, Iulius Capitolinus, Aelius Lampridius, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, Flauius Vopiscus, Herodianus, Sex. Aurelius Victor, Pomponius Laetus, Io. Baptista Egnatius, Eutropij libri X. integritati pristinae redditi. Ammianus Marcellinus longe alius quàm antehac unquam / Annotationes D. Erasmi Rot. & Baptistae Egnatij in uitas Caess. Accesserunt in hac éditione Velleij Paterculi libri II. ab innumeris denuo uendicati erroribus. additio indice copiosissimo

      Colophon: Basileae per Hieronymvm Frobenivm and Nic. Episcopvm mense Septembri, MDXLVI. First edition. Adorned with many historiated initials. Brand of printer on the title page and the back of the last page. Absent the French catalogs, but this in English catalogs, 2 copies in Germany GBV (union catalogs of northern Germany) and at the University of Munich. The 1544 edition published in Paris does not include notes of Erasmus and all authors gathered in this edition, the Paris edition will be reissued in 1551 in Lyon in Gryphium, but not that of Froben, it reproduces the editing Egnazio only. The first edition of Suetonius date of 1479. Sheepskin Full seventeenth century, back tooled raised (part of title in red morocco). Together and rubbed on skin dishes (many slashes), top cap missing two upper corners broken and missing. Beautiful interior condition, with a pale wetting current to twenty pages in the top middle (p. 29-45 ...). Several pagination errors, repeated the same number, without skipping a sheet missing ... The obvious advantage of this edition was to bring together writers of antiquity who have written on the Roman empire, not only Suetonius, but also rarer writers such as Dion Cassius (translated by Merula) Herodianus (translated by Angelo Poliziano Ambrogini) Spartianus or Lampidius, Velleius Paterculus, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Amianus Marcellinus ... Two commentators Erasmus (d. 1536) Egnazio and Giovanni Battista (1478-1553). Froben (1501-1563) is one of the leading publishers of rebirth and a worthy successor to Johann Froben, the first of the dynasty that established his printing in Basel in 1491, it is with him that was bound and worked Erasmus and Jerome Froben not fit in the fruits. This edition is the covenant of Froben and Nikolaus Epicopius, his brother in law. Gothic handwritten note: 'for the Convent of the observance of Lyons' handwritten pagination authors. Froben Basilae (Bâle) 1546 in Folio (33x22,5cm) (20) 810pp. -70. Un Vol. relié

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        Opera. Translatio nova Ambrosii Florentini, philosophi, rhetoris rt theologi loculentissimi, abbatis'q generalis ordinis camaldulensis.

      ad signum Spei,, Venetiis, 1546 - Cm. 16, cc. (24) 127 + 1 cb. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio ed eleganti capolettera istoriati. Legatura strettamente coeva in perg. molle con nervi passanti e titoli ms. al dorso. Esemplare fresco, marginoso ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Ex libris inciso (Marchese Dionisi). Edizione elegantemente impressa, non comune.

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        Anglicae historie libri vintisex. ab ipso autore postremum iam recogniti ad'qs amussim, salua tamen historiae veritate, expoliti.

      apud Much. Isingrinium,, Basileae, 1546 - Cm. 34, pp. (2) 618 (72). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio (ripetuto al colophon) e bella bordura xilografica alla carta di dedica ed alla prima di testo nello stile di Urs Graf. Molti eleganti capolettera figurati. Solida leg. ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con punte, dorso a nervi con titoli in oro su doppio tassello. Un antico intervento di restauro a rimarginare il bordo inferiore delle prime carte (per pochi cm. e lontano dal testo) per la presenza di una traccia d'umido che via via scompare completamente per ripresentarsi solo nelle ultime carte. Bell'esemplare, fresco e marginoso, elegantemente impresso. Seconda edizione che segue l'originale del 1534 di questa celebre opera commissionata da Enrico VII allo storico urbinate, il quale impiegò ben 28 per portarla a termine. Cfr. Adams [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Ortu & Causis Subterraneorum Lib V De Natura eorum quae effluunt ex terra Lib IIII De Natura fossilium Lib X De Veteribus & Novis Metallis Lib II Bermannus, sive De re metallica Dialogus Interpretatio Germanica vocum rei metallicae, addito Indice foecundissimo

      Woodcut printer's device on title, repeated on verso of last leaf, & a full-page woodcut illus. on p. 146. 487, [52] pp. Folio, cont. limp vellum (several small repairs to binding). Basel: Froben, 1546. First edition, and a very good copy in a contemporary limp vellum binding, of "the first handbook of modern systematic mineralogy."-Horblit 2a. This volume is comprised "of De Ortu et Causis Subterraneorum, in five 'books,' the first work on physical geology; De Natura Eorum quae Effluunt ex Terra, in four 'books,' on subterranean waters and gases; De Natura Fossilium, in ten 'books,' the first systematic mineralogy; De Veteribus et Novis Metallis, in two 'books,' devoted largely to the history of metals and topographical mineralogy; a new edition of Bermannus was included; and finally Rerum Metallicarum Interpretatio, a glossary of Latin and German mineralogical and metallurgical terms...No appreciation of Agricola's contribution to science can be gained without a study of De Ortu et Causis and De Natura Fossilium, for while De Re Metallica is of much more general interest, it contains but incidental reference to Geology and Mineralogy."-Hoover. Very good copy, preserved in a box. Minor dampstaining to outer upper corners in second half of book. Final leaf with two careful and small paper repairs to fore-edges. With the blanks g6 and M6. ❧ Duveen, pp. 5-6. Hoover 14. See Partington, II, pp. 44-45 for a detailed account. See also Printing & the Mind of Man 79. .

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        Chroniques De Espaya Fins Aci No Divulgades: Que Tracta D'ls Nobles e Invictissims Reys Dels Gots: y Gestes De Aquells: y Dels Contes De Barcelona e Reys De Aragó : Ab Moltes Coses Dignes De Perpetua Memoria.

      Carlos Amorós, Barcelona 1546 - Falto de portada original, con portada facsimilada - falto de 3 hojas preliminares - 257 folios a doble columna y una hoja con el colofón adornado con la marca tipográfica. El primer folio decorado con una gran orla, está muy restaurado de época y a mano. Texto en gótico a dos columnas con todas las letras capitulares adornadas con grabado xilográfico. Folio 130 margen inferior con una restauración de 3 x 1 cm. Bello epigrama en el folio 214. Muy buena restauración de un pequeño desgarro en el folio 234. Últimos folios con una mancha que no desmejora el texto. 8 bonitos grabados xilográficos entre el texto. Muy elegante encuadernación del siglo XX en fina piel decorada en seco. Con escudo catalán en mosaico en la tapa superior. Lomera con nervios y florones. Palau 43729, dice: .la mayoría de los ejemplares se presentan incompletos o en mal estado, y como el texto es interesante y jamás se ha reproducido, los coleccionistas de obras catalanas sustituyen las faltas con hojas manuscritas o en facsímil. =Pere Miquel Carbonell i de Solsona (Barcelona, 1434 - 1517) fue un historiador, notario, humanista y poeta catalán. En 1458 fue nombrado notario público por el rey Alfonso V de Aragón, cargo que fue ratificado por Juan II de Aragón. Este último monarca le nombró en 1476 archivero y escriba real. Fue un entusiasta de los cambios que se produjeron en la cultura catalana a partir de mediados del siglo XV lo que le llevó a rechazar en parte la anterior tradición cultural. Era un gran aficionado a las letras clásicas y consiguió reunir una destacada biblioteca. Su obra más extensa es Chròniques de Espanya que empezó a redactar en 1495. Está basada en documentación del archivo real y fue concebida con un criterio literario. = Cròniques d&#146;Espanya (o de Catalunya), una història de la Corona d&#146;Aragó des dels orígens fins a l&#146;època de l&#146;autor. El primer llibre s&#146;obre amb un pròleg i narra els orígens del país, la història dels reis gots, els de Castella-Lleó, Navarra i Aragó, comtes de Barcelona i comtes-reis fins a Alfons III. Els llibres II-VI contenen els regnats de Pere III, els seus fills, el Magnànim i Joan II (guerra civil), i textos diversos. L&#146;autor es nega a historiar el regnat del seu coetani Ferran II, que queda en mans dels cronistes àulics de formació humanística. L&#146;estructura de les Cròniques és de vegades caòtica i presenta salts temporals, atribuïbles en part a l&#146;estat de l&#146;exemplar que serví de base a l&#146;edició, però també a la poca cura dels impressors. Size: Folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        I DIECI LIBRI DE L'ARCHITETTURA Nouamente da la Latina ne la Volgar Lingua con molta diligenza tradotti (da Pietro Lauro).

      Vinegia, appresso Vincenzo Vaugris, 1546. In-16 p. (mm. 165 x 108), p. pergamena mod., tit. ms. al dorso, 11 cc.nn., 1 c.b., 248 cc.num., marca tipografica al frontesp. e al verso dell?'ultima carta inc. su legno, testo in carattere corsivo. ?"Il contenuto di questa notevolissima opera dell?'insigne umanista si ricollega nel suo profilo esteriore a Vitruvio, anche nel numero dei libri. I primi tre trattano di tutto ciò che nell?'antico maestro è compreso nel concetto di "firmitas", scelta del terreno, materiali da costruzione, fondazioni; i libri IV-V l?'"utilitas", cioè le varie sorta di edifici secondo la loro destinazione; il libro VI la bellezza architettonica ("venustas"); i libri VII-IX la costruzione dei fabbricati (VII: templi, cioè chiese, VIII: gli edifici pubblici, IX: gli edifici privati); il libro X l?'idraulica (che è trattata nel libro VIII di Vitruvio). L?'architettura militare e di fortificazione, che ebbe in Italia un notevolissimo sviluppo ed esercitò molti influssi anche al di là dei suoi confini, manca completamente nell?'Alberti..; le macchine, di cui Vitruvio tratta estesamente nel IX e X libro, formano presso il suo successore un?'aggiunta al VI libro?". Così Schlosser, pp. 121-122. "Edizione originale". Prima traduzione italiana del capolavoro dell?'Alberti (1404-1472); è anche il primo trattato moderno di architettura in volgare. L?'editio princeps dell?'originale latino ?"De re aedificatoria?", dedicata a Lorenzo il Magnifico, fu pubblicata soltanto nel 1485, dopo la sua morte. Cfr. Fowler,5 - Cicognara,373. Frontesp. e ultima carta restaur. per picc. manc., e con tracce d?'uso; altri sapienti restauri per angoli mancanti su alc. cc., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        ORLANDO FURIOSO Novissimamente alla sua integrita ridotto & ornato di varie figure...

      In Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1546. In-8 p. (mm. 218 x 145), p. pelle ottocentesca (dorso restaur.), cornice a secco e filetto dorato ai piatti, decoraz. a secco, filetti e tit. oro al dorso, tagli marmorizz., 264 cc.num., frontespizio ornato da una elegante cornice figurata con al centro l?'impresa del Giolito; altra marca della Fenice al verso dell?'ultima c.; testo in carattere corsivo, a 2 colonne. Dedica al Delfino di Francia. Questa "rarissima edizione" è molto ben illustrata, all?'inizio dei 46 canti, da una vignetta e da una grande iniziale figurata, inc. su legno. ?"Con alcune stanze del Signor Aluigi Gonzaga in lode del medesimo. Aggiuntovi per ciascun canto alcune allegorie?". Unito, con proprio frontesp., "Espositione di tutti i vocaboli et luoghi difficili, che nel libro si trovano". Con una brieve dimostratione di molte comparationi & sentenze dell?'Ariosto in diversi auttori imitate. Raccolte da M. Lodovico Dolce, e da lui stesso corrette et ampliate in questa quarta editione?", 30 cc.nn., con ritratto dell?'Ariosto al verso del frontespizio. Cfr. Bongi ?"Annali di Giolito?",I, p. 126: ?"Il "Furioso" fu l?'opera più originale e la più universalmente gradita della letteratura italiana del ?'500.. l?'edizione del 1546 è anche questa rarissima (la prima del Giolito è del 1542). Agnelli-Ravegnani,I, p. 74: ?"Edizione rarissima. Essa rappresenta la quarta delle ediz. in-4 del Giolito, ma sesta in rispetto alle ediz. precedenti (in-4 e in-8), delle quali per buona parte è una ristampa. Sole varianti le aggiunte del registro e delle 84 stanze, che seguitano la materia del "Furioso"?". Leggerm. corto del margine sup., alone margin. solo su 1 c., altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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        Unser von Gotts gnaden Moritzen Hertzogen zu Sachsen [ ] warhafftiger bericht

      ohne Verlagsangabe, 1546 ?,. 24 S., mit sächsischen Wappen auf erster Seite, im Buchdeckel innen aufgeklebter Katalogausschnitt "Moritz von Sachsen, Warhafftiger bericht, welcher gestallt sich Hertzog Heynrichs v. Braunschweyg und s. Sons Carl Ergebunge, in dem nechst verschinen fünffundviertzigsten Jar zugetragen, O.O. 1546", Einband nicht original, Halbleder, Format 14 x 19 cm, altersbedingt guter Zustand, Seiten vergilbt und etwas fleckig.

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        Com[m]entarius de rebus in India apud Dium gestis anno salutis nostrae M. D. XLVI.Coimbra, (colophon: produced by João de Barreira and João Álvares, printers to the King), 1548. Small 4to (18.5×13.5 cm). With woodcut arms of King João III of Portugal on title-page, and 2 woodcut decorated initials (2 series). Set in Peter Schoeffer the younger's Parangon (121 mm/20 line or 18 point) italic and with an extremely early use of Claude Garamont's Canon roman (not previously recorded before 1549). Gold-tooled red sheepskin (18th-century refurbished in the 19th century), marbled endpapers.

      Palau 328839; USTC 343307. First edition, in Latin, of a report on the Portuguese in India and especially on their defeat of the Muslim Gujarat Sultanate at the second siege of Diu in 1546, written by the Portuguese humanist Diogo de Teive (ca. 1514-ca. 1570). The book opens with a 4-page dedication to King João III, dated 1 March 1548, and two verses (each occupying a full page), followed by the main text, dated August 1547.The Portuguese reached India in 1498 (and regarded it as their property under the 1494 Treaty of Tordesillas concluded with Spain) but in the early years they met stiff resistance from the Gujarats, supported at various times by the Mamluks and the Ottoman Empire. Although they never penetrated far inland, the Portuguese gradually came to dominate the coastal areas, in particular expanding their territory and power in northwest India from 1509 to 1546. In 1546 the Gujarats under Khoja (or Khwaja) Sofar tried to retake Diu, lost in 1509, but after a seven-month siege they were routed by the Portuguese fleet under João de Castro. This established the European colonial power and the European spice trade in India (including what is now Pakistan), where Portugal was to be followed by the Dutch and especially England before most of India finally gained its independence in 1947. Small parts, including Diu, remained in Portuguese hands until 1961.Trimmed, shaving an accent on the title-page and the running head on a few pages, but otherwise in good condition, with some minor defects. The binding has several worm holes and the spine is damaged and partly restored. A contemporary account of the Portuguese defeat of the Muslim forces in Gujarat in 1546.

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        März und April. March and April.

      - 1546-1547. Fine engraving on laid paper, showing two peasants' couples dancing to the left. At upper right with signature "HsB"; lettered along upper edge "Her Gregorius Mercz. 3. Marcus April. 4." 5,3 x 7,5 cm.*Pauli No. 178 III (of 3). Bartsch VIII, No. 155. Hollstein, German, III 98. Third state (of 3). Plate 2 from a series of 10 numbered engravings: "Das Bauernfest oder die zwölf Monate" (The peasants' feast or the 12 months). Fine engraving of dancing farmers at a peasant festival, representing the months March and April. Beham's genre prints belong to the most charming depictions of German country life and costumes in the 16th century. The German printmaker and painter Sebald Beham, from 1532, seems to have lived mostly in Frankfurt. Known as one of the so-called "Kleinmeister/Little Masters" from the small scale of his engravings. He was identified as Sebald Beham although since the 17th century he was mistakenly called Hans Sebald Beham on the basis of his monogram HSP or later HSB. - Left upper corner repaired, affecting the plate-number '2'; slightly foxed; thread margins.[(5444)]

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        Catena in Genesim ex authoribus ecclesiasticis plus minus sexaginta. Accessit praeterea index quadruplex

      ex officina Carolae Guillard,, Parisiis, 1546 - In-folio (cm. 40), cc. (28) 434. Marchio tipografico al frontespizo, stemma al verso di quest'ultimo e molti capolettera decorati. legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida. Mancanze di pergamena al dorso, e tracce d'uso alla legatura, una piccola gora all'angolo di parte delle carte, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al frontespizio. Luigi Lippomano (Venezia 1500-1559) considerato uno dei prelati più detti del Cinquecento, fu coadiutore allo zio Pietro Lippomano, vescovo di Bergamo. Partecipò al Concilio di Trento ed ebbe una intensa attività diplomatica. Prima edizione. Cfr. Adams L-749. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tragedia di M. Sperone Speroni. Se nel fine di questa sana, intiera, et corretta si guarderà, si troverà annotato quanto lacera, tronca, et corrotta sia quella, che da altri, che da noi, et contra il voler dell'Auttore, et senza licenza veruna, occultamente è stata stampata, et intitolata Canace

      Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi 1546 Rara prima edizione autorizzata dall'autore. In 8°, c. 39(1, col marchio tipografico al verso). Nello stesso anno si ebbero altre due edizioni. In questa, la sola ad avere dignità di autentica, il curatore registra gli "errori gravi commessi nella stampa occultamente fatta". Buon esemplare con qualche lievissima arrossatura. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con tassello al dorso. (Allacci, 159; Gamba, 1653).

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        Lamberti Hortensij Montfortij Secessionum civiliu[m] Ultraiectinarum, & bellorum, abann. XXIIII supra MCCCCC usque ad translationem Episcopatus ad Burgundos, Libri septem. Consulibus et inclito Senatui Urbis Ultraiecti.

      Ex Officina Ioannis Oporini,, Basileae, 1546 - In-folio (305x200mm), pp. (8), 256, (12) di indice bicolonne e di explicit al colophon, legatura antica m. pergamena e angoli. Bei capilettera figurati con putti incisi in xilografia. Restauri alla legatura, alcune arrossature interne. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione, rara, dell'opera principale del filologo (fu commentatore di Aristofane e di Lucano), umanista e storiografo Lambertus Hortensius (Montfoort, 1500 ca-Naarden, 1574). L'opera narra la lotta tra la città di Utrecht e il suo ultimo Principe-Vescovo, Heinrich von Rhein, negli anni dal 1524 al 1527, l'intervento del Duca Carlo di Gelderland e la conseguente occupazione della città, il ritorno al potere del Vescovo Heinrich e, infine, la cessione dei suoi poteri temporali all'Imperatore Carlo V, nell'ottobre del 1528. La storia dell'Hortensius, fondata sulla sua esperienze di testimone oculare degli eventi, è di notevole valore critico e si avvale di una larga messe di documenti che egli trasse dall'archivio del Capitolo della Cattedrale di Utrecht (molti di tali documenti sono noti solo tramite il presente libro). VD 16, H-5037. Adams, H-1003. Graesse, III, 373. Schottenloher, 33855 (seconda ed., Utrecht, 1642). Nieuw Nederlandsch Biografisch Woordenboek, I, 1158-1160. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Gli Asolani

      Venice 1546 - Book. Second edition of this famous "Dialogue" treating the subject of love which was dedicated to Lucrezia Borgia. 104 leaves, and numbered accordingly, or 208 unpaginated pages, measuring 6 by 4 inches. Vellum with label on spine with letters "ASO and "BEMBO" discernible. Title with woodcut illustration of soldier in armor, his sandaled foot on globe, eagle at his side. Sides of illustration blackened by what looks like watercolor or ink. Otherwise only light soilage throughout, and binding is tight, making this a good or better copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vitae caesarum quarum scriptores hi Suetonius Tranquillus, Dion Cassius, Aelius Spartianus, Iulius Capitolinus, Aelius Lampridius, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Trebellius Pollio, Flauius Vopiscus, Herodianus, Sex. Aurelius Victor, Pomponius Laetus, Io. Baptista Egnatius, Eutropij libri X. integritati pristinae redditi. Ammianus Marcellinus longe alius quàm antehac unquam / Annotationes D. Erasmi Rot. & Baptistae Egnatij in uitas Caess. Accesserunt in hac éditione Velleij Paterculi libri II. ab innumeris denuo uendicati erroribus. additio indice copiosissimo.

      Froben 1546 - - Froben, Basilae (Bâle) 1546, in Folio (33x22,5cm), (20) 810pp. -70., Un Vol. relié. - Colophon: Basileae per Hieronymvm Frobenivm et Nic. Episcopvm mense Septembri, M.D.XLVI. Première édition. Ornée de nombreuses lettrines historiées. Marque de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Absent aux catalogues français, mais présent dans les catalogues anglais, 2 exemplaires en Allemagne à la GBV (union des catalogues de l'Allemagne du nord) et un à l'université de Munich. L'édition de 1544 parue à Paris ne comporte pas les notes d'Erasme et l'ensemble des auteurs réunis dans cette édition, l'édition parisienne sera rééditée en 1551 à Lyon chez Gryphium, mais non celle de Froben , elle reproduit l'édition de Egnazio seulement. La première édition de Suetone date de 1479. Pleine Basane XVIIe siècle , dos à nerfs orné (pièce de titre en maroquin rouge). Ensemble frotté et épidermé sur les plats (nombreuses estafilades) , coiffe supérieure manquante , 2 coins supérieurs cassés et manquants. Bel état intérieur, avec une mouillure pâle courant sur une vingtaine de pages en haut au milieu (p. 29 à 45.). Plusieurs erreurs de pagination, même nombre répété, saut d'un feuillet sans manque. L'intérêt évident de cette édition a été de rassembler l'ensemble des écrivains de l'antiquité qui ont écrit sur l'empire romain, non seulement Suetone, mais également de plus rares écrivains tel Dion Cassius (traduit par Merula), Herodianus (traduit par Angelo Ambrogini Poliziano), Spartianus ou Lampidius, Velleius Paterculus, Vulcatius Gallicanus, Amianus Marcellinus. Deux commentateurs : Erasme (mort en 1536) et Giovanni Battista Egnazio (1478-1553). Froben (1501-1563) est l'un des grands éditeurs de la renaissance et le digne successeur de Johann Froben, le premier de la dynastie qui établit son imprimerie à Bâle en 1491 , c'est avec lui que fut lié et travailla Erasme et Jerôme Froben ne fit qu'en recueillir les fruits. Cette édition est l'alliance de Froben et Nikolaus Epicopius, son beau frère. Note manuscrite gothique : 'pour le couvent de l'observance des Lyons ' et pagination manuscrite des auteurs. (20) 810pp. -70. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Institutiones. Auszug un[d] Anzaigung etlicher geschriben kayserlichen unnd des heyligen Reichs Rechte [.]. Mit ainer Vorrede des [.] Wolffgang Hunger [.].

      Ingolstadt, Alexander Weissenhorn, 1546. - (26) Bll. (d. l. w.), CXXXII Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. - (Beigebunden) II: Gerichtlicher Process, in welichem die gemainen weltlichen unnd gaistlichen Recht [.] verdolmetschet seind. Ebd., 1548. (12), XCVII Bll., l. w. Bl. (Beigebunden) III: Der Lehenrecht kurtze und aygentliche Verteütschung [.]. Item ain gerichtliche Practica aller Malefitz oder peinlichen Sachen [.]. Ebd., 1549. (6), XLI Bll., l. w. Bl. (2. Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt:) Von Straff unnd Peen aller unnd yeder Malefitz Handlungen [.]. Ebd., 1549. (4), XXIV SS. (Beigebunden) IV: Sum[m]a Rolandina. Ebd., 1548. (10) Bll. (d. l. w.), LIX Bll. (ohne das l. w. Bl.). Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten. Reste von Schließen. Folio. Vierte bzw. (II und III) fünfte Ausgabe. Das erstmals 1544 posthum herausgegebene Rechtsbuch des bayerischen Juristen Perneder (um 1500-1543) wurde, mit immer neuen Anhängen vermehrt, zum führenden Lehrbuch seiner Zeit. "Perneders 'Halsgerichtsordnung' war bis in das 17. Jh. hinein die in Deutschland maßgebliche Strafrechtsordnung. Alle seine Schriften wurden seit 1544 nach teils ungenauen Abschriften und Manuskripten vom Ingolstädter Professor Wolfgang Hunger herausgegeben" (DBE). Die ADB zählt 21 Ausgaben dieser von Hunger mit Einleitungen versehenen "vielgebrauchtesten und besten Schriften popularisierender Richtung; sie sind [.] der erste Versuch eines in der Praxis wohlbewanderten Mannes, einheimisches und ausländisches Recht in einem der Legalordnung verwandten System zu verbinden" (ebd.). - Titel mit kl. Tintenstiftspuren. Gegen Ende mit Wurmspuren im w. Rand; letzte Bll. mit Wasserrändern und Papierdurchbrüchen bzw. kl. Eckfehlstellen im w. Rand. Der blindgepr. Einband mit kl. Wurmspuren und roten Anfärbungen am Vorderdeckel. Über die verwendeten Rollenstempel (Auferstehung - David - Paulus: Haebler I, 279, 7; Crucifixus - Eherne Schlange - Sündenfall - Auferstehung: Haebler II, 32, 6) möglicherweise um 1556 zu datieren und dem Dresdner Buchbindermeister Balthasar Metzger zuzuschreiben. VD 16, P 1496; P 1480; P 1513; R 2939. Stalla 218; 251; 265f.; 252. BNHCat P 328 (nur I). ADB XXV, 386. Vgl. Sauer & Auvermann (Kat. Europ. Rechtsgesch.) 1760 (nur Ausg. v. 1592). Alle nicht im OCLC. Nicht bei Adams oder BM-STC German. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Digestorum Seu Pandectarum Librum XII [and Two Others].

      1546 - Three Scarce Titles by Alciati, Including a Collection of Consilia Relating to Duelling Alciati, Andrea [1492-1550]. In Digestorum Seu Pandectarum Librum XII qui De Rebus Creditis Primus est, Rubric. Si Certum Petatur, Commentarius: Longe Doctissimus Atque Utilissimus: Una cum Vocum ac Rerum Toto hoc in Libro Notabilium Indice Diligentissimo. Lyons: Apud Iacobum Giunta, 1546. 387, [21] pp. [Bound with] Alciati, Andrea. Parerga: Andreae Alciati Iurisconsulti Mediolanensis PARERGON Iuris Libri Tres, Cum Argumentis Capitum in Eosdem, & Indice Vocum, Rerum, Autoritatum, & Locorum Notatu Dignorum. Lyons: Apud Jacobum Giunctam, 1539. [xxxii], 190 pp. [And] Alciati, Andrea. De Singulari Certamine Liber: Eiusdem Consilium in Materia Duelli, Exceptum ex Libro Quinto Responsorum. Lyons: Apud Theobaldum Paganum, 1545. 111, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered titles to spine, top edge and front cover, ties lacking. Light soiling, rubbing to extremities with minor wear around spine ends and corners, vellum just beginning to crack through pastedowns. Attractive woodcut printer devices, colophons and decorated initials. Toning and light browning in places, early owner initials to title page of first title, interior otherwise clean. * Fourth, second and third editions respectively. The first title is a commentary on the Digest, Book XII, Title 1: "Things Credited Giving Rise to Fixed Claims and the Condictio." Parergon is a collection of "thought pieces" on miscellaneous topics in Roman law. The final volume is a collection of consilia on matters relating to dueling. It is derived from his Responsa, a multi-part collection of consilia on different topics. All editions of these titles are scarce. Digestorum: OCLC locates 3 copies; Parerga: OCLC locates 6 copies. Both of these imprints not listed in Adams, Roberts or the British Museum Catalogue; Singulari: OCLC locates 3 copies of this edition. Pazzaglini & Hawks, Consilia A-9.

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        Bermannus, sive de re metallica. Ab accurata autoris recognitione & emendatione nunc primum editus. Cum nomenclatura rerum metallicarum

      Leipzig Valentinus Papa 1546. - Rare Leipzig printing of Agricola&#146;s first book devoted to mining, a pioneer delineation of mining and metallurgy (DSB), and of particular interest for the study of occupational diseases.

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        PHYSICORUM, De Naturali ausultatione, libri octo. DE COELO, libri quatuor. DE GENERATIONE ET CORRUPTIONE, libri duo. METEOROLOGICORUM, libri quatuor. DE ANIMA, libri tres. STAGIRITAE.

      - Reliure en plein parchemin. Dans le présent ouvrage six oeuvres d'Aristote sont reliées ensemble. Physicorum est datée de 1546 et est traduite par Byzantio, De Coelo datée de 1545 est traduite par Byzantio, De Generationne datée de 1546 est traduite par Vatablo, Meteorologicorum datée de 1546 est traduite par Vatablo, De Anima datée de 1546 est traduite par Byzantio et Stagiritae datée de 1546 est traduite par Vatablo. Relié en plein parchemin à l'ancienne ( reliure moderne ) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DE VENTIS ET NAVIGATIONE LIBELLVS AVTTORE MICHAELE ANGELO BLONDO INQVO NAVIGATIONIS VTILISSIMA CONTINETVR DOCTRINA CVM PIXIDE NOUO, & DILIGENTE EXAMINE VENTORUM ET TEMPESTATUM.

      [Venice: Apud Cominum de Tridino Montisferrati, ]. 1546 - 18 leaves, including in-text illustrations. Small quarto. Modern brown morocco, gilt- lettered spine. Minute toning. Bookseller's label on front pastedown, old library label on verso of front free endpaper. Contemporary manuscript ownership inscription on titlepage. Contemporary underscoring on verso of third text leaf. Very good. The true first edition of Biondo's text. According to EUROPEAN AMERICANA, a purported 1544 edition (Sabin 5517) is a ghost. "The latter parts of this book, titled 'Nove navigationis doctrina' and 'De navigatione oceani ad novum orbem,' treat new methods used in navigation" - Bell. Chapter XXV discusses the New World in particular, focusing on the polar regions and their magnetic attributes. The several charts show cardinal directions, meridians, and more. A fundamental early treatise on navigation and quite rare. No copies appear in auction records. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 546/3. SABIN 5518. HARRISSE 274. JCB (3)I:144. MAGGS BIBLIOTHECA AMERICANA 429:3955. BELL B279. OCLC 29524787, 31886478.

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        Herbarum, arborum, fruticum, frumentorum ac leguminum, animalium praeterea terrestrium, volatiliu[m] & aquatilium [.] imagines [.] depictae [.]. Kreutter, Bäume, Gesteude, unnd Frücht, deßgleichen Gethier, zam unnd wild, im Lufft, Wasser und Erdtrich lebende [.].

      Frankfurt/Main, Christian Egenolph, (1546). - 4to. (16), 265, (1) pp. With a large woodcut on the title-page showing a gardener at work with his tools, and about 800 woodcut illustrations in the text. About 700 show trees, fruit, edible and medicinal plants, while the rest show insects, a tick, coral, shells, various sea and land animals and a view of a pond with plants and birds. It includes a two-headed snake, dragon, griffin, and a few other mythical creatures. With all woodcuts coloured by a contemporary hand. Contemporary pigskin over wooden boards, richly blind-tooled in a panel design with two rolls (one alternating heads and coats of arms, the other with standing figures), a large acorn and other stamps; brass clasps and catch-plates with engraved decoration. Rare first dated edition of an extensively illustrated early herbal in contemporary hand-colour, with the title and most of the plant and animal names in Latin and German. The title-page is followed by a 13-page index of the Latin and German names. About 200 of the woodcuts are about half-page, while the last six pages show 16 small animal woodcuts per page. The Folger Library notes that F. W. E. Roth attributes this herbal to Adam Lonicer (1528-86) of Marburg and Frankfurt, who married Egenolph's daughter and became a partner in the firm after Egenolph died in 1555. The firm published herbals and related works under his name beginning in 1551. Egenolph published all three editions of the present herbal. VD 16 lists the undated one as ca. 1545 (citing only the Wellcome Library copy), which would make the present 1546 edition the second. Another appeared in 1552. Egenolph's successors were to become famous not only as printers but also as one of the largest and most important early typefoundries. The present book uses Roman and Italic for the Latin, but Fraktur and Schwabacher for the German, giving a good overview of the firm's stock of type at this early date. - This copy has early owner's inscriptions by the Nuremberg pharmacist Georg Volland (d. 1631) in Latin at the foot of the title-page and in Greek on the facing endleaf. - Binding worn; some browning and stains to interior, especially to the first and last leaves. VD 16, H 2193 (4 copies). Adams H 294 (1 copy). Nissen, BBI 2345. Cf. Klebs, Early Herbals 71 (undated Egenolph ed.). Wellcome I, 1983 (same undated Egenolph ed.). Not in Stiftung Botanik. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        CORONICA GENERAL DE TODA ESPAÑA, Y ESPECIALMENTE DE ARAGON, CATHALUÑA Y VALENCIA (1546, 1551)

      1546 - JUNTO CON: Segunda parte de la Coronica general de España y especialmente de Aragon, Cathaluña y Valencia : donde se tratan las cobranças destas tierras de poder de Moros: por los inclytos Reyes de Aragon y Condes de Barcelona: y ponese en particular la conquista de la ciudad y reyno de Valencia, y Murcia, con las yslas Mallorca, Menorca, Euiça, y las otras con muchas cosas de notar, como por las tablas se podra ver. IMPRESOR-LUGAR: T1: Impresso en la muy noble ciudad de Valencia : en casa de Ioan de Mey Flandro , Año del Nascimiento de nuestro Señor Iesu Christo MDXLVI. T2: 1551(1550). DESCRIPCIÓN FÍSICA: 2 tomos en un volumen: T.I: [8], CXVIII h.; T.2: 8], CLVIII h. Bellas capitulares historiadas y estampa en madera que representa una batalla. Folio: 290 x 220 mm. Marca tipográfica xilográfica en la última página. Texto con apostillas marginales. ENCUADERNACIÓN: Pergamino con tejuelo para título. CONSERVACIÓN: [1] y [8] de la primera parte facsimiladas en papel antiguo. Ligeras oxidaciones metaloférricas habituales en el papel de la época.Algunas hojas del principio con mancha de humedad y ultimas hojas restauradas de polilla sin afectar a la lectura. REFERENCIA: Palau, nº 28824, Gallardo II, 1390.; Index Aureliensis, nº 118417 Raro ejemplar de la primera y segunda coronica general de España escrita por el historiados valenciano Beuter. El autor era descendiente de mercaderes eslavos o germánicos asentados en la Valencia del siglo XV. Impreso en lengua valenciana en 1538 fue traducido e impreso al castellano en 1546. Es considerado como un texto de gran agrado para los valencianos de los siglos XVI XVII, principalmente por el magistral uso con el que maneja los datos históricos junto con la invención fabulosa, siendo utilizada por los historiados para recoger datos de las épocas remotas de Valencia. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De oratore Ciceronis ad Fratrem Libri III. Corrigente Paulo Manutio, Aldi Filio. (Withbound:) De Claris Oratoribus, Ciceronis Liber, qui inscribitur Brutus. Variae lectiones ex antiquis libris, & ex ingenio. Corrigente Paulo Manutio, Aldi Filio. (Withbound:) Orator Ciceronis ad M. Brutum. Corrigente Paulo Manutio, Aldi Filio.

      Venice, (Colophon: Apud Aldi Filios, Aldi Filii, Aldi Filios, 1546). 8vo. Bound in one, a bit later (around 1600) full vellum, title and author stamped in blind on spine. First work: (1-5) 6-136,(1) leaves with the large printers woodcut device (Anchor and Dolphin) on title-page and on last leaf verso. - Second work: (1-) 56 leaves with the large printers woodcut device (Anchor and Dolphin) on title-page and on last leaf verso. - Third work: (1-) 45,(1) leaves with the large printers woodcut device (Anchor and Dolphin) on title-page. All three complete. A few contemp. annotations in the frist work and on title-pages and colophons. A few marginal brownspots. In general fine and clean.. First editions of Manutius 3 independently published parts of Cicero's rhetorical works. They form parts of Paul Manutius' 10 parts publication of Cicero published 1544-54. - Adams C 1644. - BM STC Italian, 1465-1600, p. 176

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        I Dieci libri de l' Architettura di Leon Battista de gli Alberti fiorentino nouamente de la Latina ne la Volgar Lingua con molta diligenza tradotti. (Da Pietro Lauro)

      Vincenzo Valgrisi 1546 Alberti Leon, Battista. In Vinegia, Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1546. Prima edizione. In - 16°, pergamena coeva. Titolo e autore stampati nel dorso. Marca tipografica al frontespizio e al verso dell' ultima carta incisa in legno. 1 f. bianco, (xxiv), 248 ff., (3) pp Testo in carattere corsivo. Splendido esemplare.

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        Hschn.- Karte, v. Heinrich Vogtherr dem Älteren aus Honter's Rudimenta Cosmographica.., "Vniversalis cosmographia" u. "Tigvri HVE M.D.XL.VI".

      . 1546, 12 x 16. Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 86 und Abb. Plate 73. - Weltkarte in herzähnlicher Form, die nach ihrem erstmaligen erscheinen ( 1546 in Zürich ) noch in zahlreichen Ausgaben der "Rudimenta" weiterhin verlegt wurde. - Ganze Textseite. Gerahmt.

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        Comentarii sopra alla tetrarchia di Vinegia, di Milano, di Mantova et di Ferrara.

      per Comino da Trino di Monferrato,, In Vinegia, 1546 - In-8° (cm. 15,6), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia con titolo ms. al dorso (lacci mancanti); cc. [4] 110 [18] in ottimo stato e fresche, con ritratto dell'autore entro cornice al frontespizio, numerosi capilettera, 3 alberi genealogici in silografia n.t. (Visconti, Gonzaga, Este); sporadiche fioriture. Prima edizione di una famosa opera storica e politica, con digressioni sull'utilità del principato, gli obblighi del principe, i diritti e doveri del buon suddito. Cfr. Graesse VI, 409; Lozzi 6134; Predari 192; Hoepli 944. Ottimo esemplare.

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        La coltivatione.

      Paris, Robert Estienne 1546 - In-4 [220 x 138 mm]. Collation : (2), 154, (2) ff. Maroquin bleu, tranches dorées. (Reliure moderne.) Première édition, premier tirage de ce poème didactique sur la culture des terres et des jardins. C'est le seul ouvrage de Robert Estienne publié en italien et le seul entièrement imprimé en italiques. Alamanni, un des italiens les plus influents de la cour de François 1er, était admiré par les poètes de la Pléiade. Notre exemplaire est complet des deux feuillets de dédicace à la "Serinissima madama la Dalphina", Catherine de Médicis (daté de Fontainebleau, 24 Juin 1546) et des deux feuillets de privilège de François Ier. Une page d'errata au verso du f. 154 qui, selon Renouard (N°68) n'a pas été imprimée dans tous les exemplaires. Bel exemplaire, grand de marge. Mortimer, Harvard 10. Fairfax-Murray 3. Schreiber 88. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        DIONUSIOU ? Dionysii Halicarnassei antiquitatum Romanarum lib. X. [Suivi de :] DIONUSIOU ? Dionysii Halicarnassei de Compositione seu orationis partium apta inter se collocatione, ad Rufum. Ejusdem artis rhetoricae capita quaedam, ad Echecratem. Item quo genere dicendi sit usus Thucydides, ad Ammaeum.

      Robert Estienne 1546-1547, Paris - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-folio de 542-(2) pp. erreur de pagination in fine ; 128-(4) pp., veau brun, dos orné à nerfs, frise dorée d'encadrement sur les plats ornée en coins de masquerons à tête d?homme, cartouche central, tranches dorées guillochées (reliure de l'époque). Superbe édition imprimée par Robert Estienne avec les caractères dits « grecs du roi », gravés par Garamont sur l'ordre de François Ier. Ce sont ceux de moyenne grosseur, dits « gros romains », les premiers achevés - qui servirent une première fois deux ans plus tôt pour l'impression de l'Histoire ecclésiastique d'Eusèbe. Sur la page de titre, la marque typographique « au basilic » et la devise grecque propre aux ouvrages imprimés avec ces caractères par les imprimeurs royaux : Robert Estienne fut nommé imprimeur du roi pour les langues latine et hébraïque en 1539, puis pour la langue grecque à partir de 1544. Il collabora dès lors avec Claude Garamond à la réalisation des caractères grecs dits "royaux" (typis Regiis). En 1540 François Ier avait chargé Garamond de lui fournir les poinçons des trois sortes de caractères. Pour dessiner ces Grecs du Roi, Garamond s?inspira de l?écriture du célèbre calligraphe crétois Ange Vergece, « notre écrivain en grec » comme l?appelait François Ier. Le premier livre imprimé avec les types grecs de Garamont est un alphabet grec publié en 1543, véritable plaquette publicitaire où l?on retrouve toutes les lettres et toutes les ligatures correspondant au premier corps gravé, le corps moyen. Edition princeps des Antiquités Romaines de l'historien grec Denys d'Halicarnasse qui retrace l'histoire de Rome depuis sa fondation jusqu'au siècle d'Auguste source précieuse sur les origines des populations italiennes ; sur les vingt livres, dix seulement furent conservés. Précieux exemplaire provenant de la bibliothèque du savant Nicolas Heinsius avec son ex-libris manuscrit dans la marge supérieur du titre : ek tvn Einsiou Nicolas Heinsius, né à Leyde le 29 juillet 1620, est le fils du philologue Daniel Heinsius (v. 1580-1655). Erudit précoce, il correspond dès l'âge de 17 ans avec les savants hollandais Gronovius et Grotius. Il fut toute sa vie un grand voyageur et séjourna notamment en Angleterre, en France où il fut en contact avec Gilles Ménage et les frères Du Puy, et en Italie, à la recherche de manuscrits d'Ovide et de Claudien. En 1649, il se rendit en Suède à l'invitation de la reine Christine, qui montra un vif intérêt pour ses travaux et l'envoya en Italie acheter pour elle livres et manuscrits rares. Il revint dans son pays natal en 1671 et se retira des affaires publiques trois ans plus tard. Décédé à La Haye le 7 octobre 1681, Heinsius est resté célèbre pour ses nombreux travaux sur les poètes latins ; il réédita notamment les oeuvres de Claudien (Leyde, 1650), d'Ovide (Amsterdam, 1652) et de Virgile (Amsterdam, 1664). Ses poésies latines furent également très remarquées de son vivant (Elegiarum liber, Paris, 1646 ; Italica seu alter elegiarum liber, Padoue, 1648). On conserve enfin de lui une abondante correspondance (Hoefer, t. 23, col. 793-796). On trouve cet exemplaire décrit dans le catalogue de la vente des livres de Heinsius, Bibliotheca Heinsiana sive Catalogus Librorum (Leyde, Vivie, 1682) p. 284, n°19. Un second ex-libris manuscrit grec se trouve au bas du feuillet de titre ek tvn tou Yoresiou (Foresius) : il pourrait s'agir du Père Jésuite Johannes Foriesius ou Jean Foresi, « né à Lugano le 13 décembre 1624, admis dans la province d'Autriche, à l'âge de dix-sept-ans, enseigna pendant trente-cinq ans les humanités, la philosophie et la théologie. Il fut jeté en prison pendant les troubles de la Hongrie, et accablé de mauvais traitements. Rendu à la liberté, il se retira à Leoben et y mourut le 3 avril 1682 » (De Baker-Sommervogel, III, 876). Un des premiers et des plus beaux livres grecs imprimés dans un beau spécimen de reliure du temps. Dos restauré. Renouard 68/24. « Volume non moins beau que ceux d'Eusèbe » (Re

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        Porträt des George Buchanan (1506-1582)

      . Kupferstich von Christoffel van Sichem (um 1546- 1624), das Porträt und der ornamentale Rahmen jeweils gesondert gedruckt und signiert. Unten rechts mit Resten eines Sammlungsstempel, verso weiterer Sammlungsstempel (G. Ritter von Franck, Lugt 1152). Porträt: 11,2 x 8,8 cm; Gesamt: 20,7 x 15,8 cm. Dipenbroick 4013. Professionell unter säurefreiem Museumspassepartout montiert.. Guter Zustand, links und rechts minimal innerhalb der Darstellung beschnitten, oben und unten an oder auf der Plattenkanten beschnitten, Ecke unten links minimal restauriert, recto kaum sichtbarer horizontaler Mittelknick, verso am Rand geringe Reste einer alten Montierung. Guter Gesamteindruck.

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        La coltivatione di L. A. al christianissimo re Francesco primo.

      (Robert Estienne), Parigi 1546 - 4°- Cc. 154, (4), marca silograf. al frontesp. dove è stato aggiunto a penna il nome dell¿editore e ¿II¿ alla data ( vedi Gamba, 17), al verso della c. 154 si trova l¿errata, le ultime 4 cc. contengono il Privilegio del re Francesco I e la Lettera a Madama la Dalphina. Ottimo esemplare marginoso, numerose chiose marginali di antica grafia e alcune sottolineature. Piena pelle seicentesca, dorso con nervi, titolo e ricchi fregi dorati, capitelli danneggiati e piccole mancanze. Principale composizione dello scrittore fiorentino, che si ispira alle Georgiche di Virgilio. Edizione originale, che risulta essere l¿unica opera stampata da R. Estienne in una lingua moderna europea ad eccezione del Francese. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pretiosa margarita novella de thesauro, ac pretiosissimo philosophorum lapide. Artis huius divinae typus, & methodus : collectanea ex Arnaldo, Rhaymundo, Rhasi, Alberto, & Michaele Scoto.

      Venise, Alde fils 1546 - In-8 [150 x 95 mm] de (20), 202, (16) ff. Maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, encadrements avec fleurons d'angle sur les plats, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XVIIIe.) Première édition de cette collection de textes alchimiques. Elle est illustrée par 22 bois gravés dans le texte. C'est la première édition de la "Précieuse perle nouvelle" de Petrus Bonus, écrite en 1330, éditée ici par Janus Lacinius, qui a ajouté des extraits des plus fameux alchimistes médiévaux : Arnauld de Villanova, Ramon Lull, Rhazes, Michael Scott. "C'est le premier ouvrage alchimique orné de gravures symboliques. (.) Lacinius fit illustrer le traité de gravures sur bois montrant des diagrammes mais aussi de quatorze allégories retraçant le processus alchimique." Van Lennep, Alchimie pp. 153-154. "Ce volume est rare et ne se trouve guère que mal conservé et délabré: il aura dû éprouver plus d'un accident auprès des fourneaux des adeptes." (Renouard, Alde p. 135). Marque des Alde sur le titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Charnières restaurées, coins usés, le dos très frotté et décoloré, mériterait d'être refait, mais comme Brunet, il y a 150 ans, le déplorait : "on ne trouve que difficilement ce volume en bon état" ! Brunet III, 728. Duveen 332. Ferguson II, 2. Caillet 5910. Thorndike III, 147-162. // Vous pouvez voir tous mes livres sur latude.net // // You can browse all my books on on latude.net

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        I dieci libri de l' architettura.da latina ne la volgar lingua con molta diligenza tradotti.

      Vincenzo Vaugris 1546 [Architettura-Prima edizione] (cm.16,5) ottima piena pergamena sec. XVIII. Titolo calligrafato al dorso.-- cc. 12 nn., (di cui l' ultima bianca), cc. 248, c. 1 con la marca tipografica. La dedica del traduttore Pietro Lauro Modenese è a Bonifacio Bevilacqua. prima edizione in qualsiasi lingua moderna e prima traduzione italiana di questo capolavoro dell' architettura rinascimentale. L' Editio Princeps del " De Re Aedificatoria " apparve nel 1485 a Firenze e ripropone in dieci libri la struttura del testo di Vitruvio. I primi tre libri riguardano il progetto e l' esecuzione; nel 4° e 5° si esaminano le grandi opere come città, ponti ecc. Nell' 8° e 9° si gtratta dell' apparato ornamentale, nel 10° si tratta di restauro e idraulica. Opera fondamentale non solo per l' architettura ma anche per il pensiero rinascimentale nel suo insieme. Qualche lieve traccia di polvere alla prima e ultima carta, altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido e con buoni margini, impresso in elegante corsivo con capolettera figurati. * Fowler 5; * Cicognara 373; * Schlosser 121-127; * Adams A 487; * Bm. Stc. 15.[f55] Libro

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        Rhetoricorum ad C. Herenium Libri III. Incerto Auctore Ciceronis. Corrigente Paulo manutio, Aldi filio.

      Venetiis, Paulo Manutio, Aldi filio 1546.. Tle. 1 u. 2 ( v. 4) in 2 Bdn. 8°. 179 num. Bll., 1 Bl.; 136 (recte 137) num. Bll., 1 Bl. Mit wdh. Druckermarke jeweils a. d. Titel- u. Schlußbll. Pgmt. d. Zt. Kl. Fehlstelle am Titel. Adams C-1644; Schweiger 112; BM Italian Books 176 - Bd, 1: Libri II: De Inventione; libri III: De Oratore, ad Q. fratrem; liber I: Brutus, sive, de claris oratoribus, Orator ad Brutum, Topica ad Trebatium, Oratoriae partitiones, Initium libri de optimo genere oratorum.; Bd. 2: De oratore, Ciceroniis ad Q. Fratrem. Libri III. - "Libri Rhetorici, de 1546 sont le resultat d'un tres grand travail, qui fonda la reputation de cet habile Imprimeur et elles forment le meilleur Ciceron des Aldes, aussi tres rare." (Renouard I, 238)

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        Institutiones. Auszug un[d] Anzaigung etlicher geschriben kayserlichen unnd des heyligen Reichs Rechte [...]. Mit ainer Vorrede des [...] Wolffgang Hunger [...].

      Ingolstadt, Alexander Weissenhorn, 1546.. (26) Bll. (d. l. w.), CXXXII Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. - (Beigebunden) II: Gerichtlicher Process, in welichem die gemainen weltlichen unnd gaistlichen Recht [...] verdolmetschet seind. Ebd., 1548. (12), XCVII Bll., l. w. Bl. (Beigebunden) III: Der Lehenrecht kurtze und aygentliche Verteütschung [...]. Item ain gerichtliche Practica aller Malefitz oder peinlichen Sachen [...]. Ebd., 1549. (6), XLI Bll., l. w. Bl. (2. Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt:) Von Straff unnd Peen aller unnd yeder Malefitz Handlungen [...]. Ebd., 1549. (4), XXIV SS. (Beigebunden) IV: Sum[m]a Rolandina. Ebd., 1548. (10) Bll. (d. l. w.), LIX Bll. (ohne das l. w. Bl.). Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten. Reste von Schließen. Folio.. Vierte bzw. (II und III) fünfte Ausgabe. Das erstmals 1544 posthum herausgegebene Rechtsbuch des bayerischen Juristen Perneder (um 1500-1543) wurde, mit immer neuen Anhängen vermehrt, zum führenden Lehrbuch seiner Zeit. "Perneders 'Halsgerichtsordnung' war bis in das 17. Jh. hinein die in Deutschland maßgebliche Strafrechtsordnung. Alle seine Schriften wurden seit 1544 nach teils ungenauen Abschriften und Manuskripten vom Ingolstädter Professor Wolfgang Hunger herausgegeben" (DBE). Die ADB zählt 21 Ausgaben dieser von Hunger mit Einleitungen versehenen "vielgebrauchtesten und besten Schriften popularisierender Richtung; sie sind [...] der erste Versuch eines in der Praxis wohlbewanderten Mannes, einheimisches und ausländisches Recht in einem der Legalordnung verwandten System zu verbinden" (ebd.). - Titel mit kl. Tintenstiftspuren. Gegen Ende mit Wurmspuren im w. Rand; letzte Bll. mit Wasserrändern und Papierdurchbrüchen bzw. kl. Eckfehlstellen im w. Rand. Der blindgepr. Einband mit kl. Wurmspuren und roten Anfärbungen am Vorderdeckel. Über die verwendeten Rollenstempel (Auferstehung - David - Paulus: Haebler I, 279, 7; Crucifixus - Eherne Schlange - Sündenfall - Auferstehung: Haebler II, 32, 6) möglicherweise um 1556 zu datieren und dem Dresdner Buchbindermeister Balthasar Metzger zuzuschreiben. - VD 16, P 1496; P 1480; P 1513; R 2939. Stalla 218; 251; 265f.; 252. BNHCat P 328 (nur I). ADB XXV, 386. Vgl. Sauer & Auvermann (Kat. Europ. Rechtsgesch.) 1760 (nur Ausg. v. 1592). Alle nicht im OCLC. Nicht bei Adams oder BM-STC German.

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        Elementorum geometricorum libri XV. Cum expositione Theonis in priores XIII a B. Veneto Latinitate donata, Campani in omnes, & Hypsiclis Alexandrini in duos postremos. His adiecta sunt phaenomena, catoptrica & optica, deinde protheoria Marini & data. Postremum vero, opusculum de levi & ponderoso, hactenus non visum, eiusdem autoris.

      Basel, Herwagen, 1546.. (32 x 20 cm). (8) 587 S. Mit 2 Druckermarken, zahlreichen schematischen Textholzschnitten und sehr vielen figürlichen bzw. ornamentalen Initialen. Halblederband des 17. Jahrhunderts.. Zweiter Druck der ersten vollständigen lateinischen Ausgabe der Opera, erstmals 1537 ebenfalls bei Herwagen erschienen. Hier mit dem berühmten, 6 Seiten umfassenden Vorwort von Melanchthon, das laut Thomas-Stanford bei vielen Exemplaren durch die Zensur entfernt wurde. "Die Ausgabe ist fast zu einer vollständigen Euklid-Ausgabe geworden, die auch die 'kleinen Schriften' Euklids neben den 'Elementen' enthält und von den verschiedenen Verfassern kommentiert sieht, und wirkt als solche bedeutsam nach" (Steck). - Titel verso mit überklebter Stempelrasur. Die letzten Blätter leicht wurmstichig. Einband etwas fleckig, berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt sehr sauberes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - VD16 E4155; Adams E 975; Riccardi II, 647; Thomas-Stanford 11; Steck III, 46 Second printing of the first Latin version of Euclids opera with the famous foreword by Melanchton. - A few minor wormholes to last leaves. 17th century half-calf, somewhat rubbed and bumped, else a clean copy in very good condition

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        Herbarum, arborum, fruticum, frumentorum ac leguminum, animalium praeterea terrestrium, volatiliu[m] & aquatilium [...] imagines [...] depictae [...]. Kreutter, Bäume, Gesteude, unnd Frücht, deßgleichen Gethier, zam unnd wild, im Lufft, Wasser und Erdtrich lebende [...].

      Frankfurt/Main, Christian Egenolph, (1546).. (16), 265, (1) SS. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt und ca. 800 Textholzschnitten (davon etwa 700 Baum-, Obst- und Pflanzensorten, die übrigen mit Darstellungen von Insekten, Korallen, Muscheln und verschiedener Land- und Meerestiere sowie eine Teichansicht), durchgehend im zeitgenöss. Kolorit. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit. 4to.. Seltene erste datierte Ausgabe des umfassend illustrierten Herbariums im Handkolorit der Zeit. Auf den Titel folgt ein 13-seitiger Index der lateinischen und deutschen Pflanzennamen. Etwa 200 der Textholzschnitte in halbseitigem Format; die letzten 6 Seiten mit je 16 kleinen Tierholzschnitten. Der Marburger Adam Lonicer (1528-86) heiratete Egenolphs Tochter und trat nach dessen Tod 1555 in das Unternehmen ein. Seit 1551 erschienen dort unter seinem Namen Herbarien und verwandte Publikationen. Alle drei Ausgaben dieses Werks erschienen bei Egenolph. VD 16 führt die undatierte mit "ca. 1545" (unter Verweis auf das Wellcome-Exemplar), wonach die vorliegende Ausgabe die zweite wäre. Eine weitere erschien 1552. Egenolphs Nachfolger waren nicht nur als Drucker, sondern auch als eine der größten und wichtigsten frühen Schriftgießereien von Bedeutung. Der vorliegende Druck gibt mit seinen Antiqua- und Kursivtypen sowie seiner Fraktur und Schwabacher im deutschen Satz einen guten Überblick über den Egenolph'schen Typenschatz um die Jahrhundertmitte. - Einband berieben; stellenweise gebräunt und fleckig (vor allem zu Beginn und am Ende). Exemplar aus dem Besitz der Nürnberger Apothekers Georg Volland (gest. 1631) mit seinem eh. lat. Besitzvermerk am Titel (am gegenüberliegenden Blatt in griechischer Sprache wiederholt). - VD 16, H 2193 (4 Exx.). Adams H 294 (1 Ex.). Nissen, BBI 2345. Vgl. Klebs, Early Herbals 71 (undatierte Ausg.). Wellcome I, 1983 (dieselbe undatierte Ausg.). Nicht im Kat. der Stiftung Botanik.

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        Philippi Melan[ch]thonis philosophiae moralis epitomes libri duo emendati et aucti : Item Enarratio aliquot librorum ethicorum Aristotelis, primi, secundi, tertii et quinti, ad intelligendum Aristotelem utilis.

      Strassburg, Cratander Mylius 1546.. 12°. 8 n.n. Bl., 476 S., 1 n.n. Bl., 1 Bl. mit Holzschnitt- Druckermarke. Hellbrauner Halbkalblederband um 1830 mit dunkelgrünem goldgeprägtem Rückentitel und wenig Rückenvergoldung.. VD 16 M 3964. - Dritte Ausgabe des wichtigen philosophischen Textes. "In his Epitome philosophiae moralis Melanchthon treats first the relation of philosophy to the law of God and the Gospel. Moral philosophy, it is true, does not know anything of the promise of grace as revealed in the Gospel, but it is the development of the natural law implanted by God in the heart of man, and therefore representing a part of the divine law. The revealed law, necessitated because of sin, is distinguished from natural law only by its greater completeness and clearness. The fundamental order of moral life can be grasped also by reason; therefore the development of moral philosophy from natural principles must not be neglected. Melanchthon therefore made no sharp distinction between natural and revealed morals." (Wikipedia). Titel fingerfleckig. Die ersten 50 Blatt leicht fleckig am oberen Rand. Wenige alte Unterstreichungen. (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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