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2018-06-20 14:45:20
CARION (Jehan) ; LE BLOND (Jean).
On les vend à Paris par Charles l'Angelié, tenant sa boutique au premier pillier du Palais, devant la chapelle de Messieurs les presidents : et en la rue de la vielle drapperie, pres Saincte Croix, au logis dudict l'Angelié. 1546. 2 parties en 1 vol. de (23)ff. n. ch., 235ff., 36ff. Très belle rel. du XIXeme en plein chagrin maroquiné vert doublé, filet à froid encadrant les plats, et encadrement de 5 filets dorés avec doubles fleurons d angles, dos à nerfs ornés de caissons dorés, filets dorés et à froid, roulettes dorées, filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées, guirlande intérieure, reliure signée de Kisiel. (page de titre brunie, restauration de papier à la page de titre et a trois autres feuillets, avec petite atteinte au texte pour un feuillet de table, qqs. taches brunes éparses, notes manuscrites anciennes). Exemplaire joliment relié. Fort rare édition originale de la première traduction française ignorée des bibliographes. Exemplaire malheureusement incomplet. Cette édition est inconnue à Brunet, Graesse, Cioranescu, Lanson, qui citent celle de 1549 imprimée à Lyon. Le bbf de 1971 (bulletin des bibliothèques de Frances) indique que la BNF fit l acquisition de cette édition en 1970 et que l on « ne connaît que deux autres exemplaires de cette édition conservés à Aix et Boulogne ». C est aussi l unique édition française illustrée. Elle est ornée de 17 vignettes gravées sur bois et du portrait de François 1er au titre de la deuxième partie. On trouve, en tête de l ouvrage, des petites pièces de vers du traducteur, de Mestaier, de Guillaume Le Saulnier, etc. La seco … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-06-17 05:45:52
PINDEMONTE FRANCESCO FILIPPO
EREDI ALDO MANUZIO VENEZIA, 1546. Vol. in 8°, cc. 65, marca tipografica in xilografia nel frontespizio "Aldi Filii". Vecchia firma di possesso e motto latino nel frontespizio, piccolo restauro nel frontespizio. Unito con: GIACOMO GRIFFOLI, Q. HORATIJ FLACCI LIBER DE ARTE POETICA IACOBI GRIFOLI LUCINIANENSIS INTERPRETATIONE EXPLICATUS. RHETORICOS LIBROS AD HERENNIUM, AD M. TUL. CICERONEM NIHIL OMNIO PERTINERE PER EUNDEM DECLARATUR, FIRENZE, LORENZO TORRENTINO, 1550; pp. 149 + 8 n.n.,frontespizio in xilografia con cornice architettonica e piccola veduta di Firenze, iniziali in xilografia. Lievi arrossature mariginali. Entrambi contengono l'Ars poetica di Orazio. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con angoli, titolo in oro su doppio tassello colorato e fregi al dorso a quattro nervi, tagli spruzzati in azzurro. Copia molto buona.
Bookseller: Hobbylibri [IT]
2018-06-16 07:33:44
Jovius, Paulus [Giòvio, Paolo]; Bassianates, Franciscus Niger [translator from Italian to Latin]; Ashton, Peter [translator from Latin to English]
London: Edwarde Whitchurche, 1546. First English Edition. Hardcover. 12mo.; VG; rebound in 1/4 modern brown calf, brown cloth boards, paneled spine with burgundy label and gilt lettering; one page of handwritten notes bound in before title page; small chip to fore edge of title page, does not impact text; title page has 'London 1546' written at the bottom; interior free of writing and markings; verso of colophon has an engraving with a Sun with banner reading 'Sol Oriens Mundo,' three lines of handwriting below; Printed in two sizes of Gothic text.; presumably lacking frontispiece; Imprinted at London ... : By Edvvarde VVhitchurche, the xii day of Auguste, the yere of our Lorde 1546, Imprint from colophon.; Signatures: *8 A-S8.; PP/FF: ff. [8], cxl, [4]; The first history of Turkey in English. This important work comprises accounts of the beginning of the Turkish Empire, the lives of all the emperors, and the array and discipline of the Turkish warfare described and set forth most exact. an incredibly rare book; USTC Reference No.: 503768, ESTC Citation No. S103126; shelved Case 3. Peter Ashton's translation of "Turcicarum rerum commentarius", Francesco Negri's translation of "Commentario delle cose de' Turchi" by Paolo Giovio.; Very little is known about Peter Ashton, aside from his translation of the Turkes chronicles. He may have been the same Peter Ashton who was prebendary of Lincoln from 1542 to 1548. If that is the case, he was born around the turn of the 16th century, and was the son of Peter Ashton, who lived in Old Weston, Hunti … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2018-06-06 06:33:29
Concilio di Trento (1545-1563)
Parisiis: Ex officina Reginaldi Calderij & Claudij eius filij, 1546.- // 1ª ed.- 8º, (158x98mm); [128] p.; sign.: A-H8; marca tipográfica xilografiada en portada, divisa 'Tempus. Virtus sola aciem retundit istam'; iniciales xilografiadas.- // Encuadernación s. XVIII en marroquín rojo; lomo cuajado en dorados, tejuelo grabado; planos con orla de triple filete dorado con estrellas de cinco puntas en los ángulos; cantos con filete dorado; cortes dorados. Portada con punta perdida y recompuesta, con algunas letras reforzadas con tinta a mano, y en parte remarginada. Conserva registro. Leve fractura de 1 cm. en parte superior del lomo, suturada. Leve cerco de humedad en el margen superior, sin afectar, de los primeros nueve folios.- // Proc.: Sin datos.- // Refs.: Calenzio, Esame, p. 123-125 y Documenti, p. 439; Kuttner, 20; Le Plat, Canones, p. xxix Primera publicación 'católica' sobre el desarrollo del Concilio de Trento.- Los asuntos a tratar en el dilatado Concilio de Trento (1545-1563) tuvieron como correlato, desde el primer momento, un combate de propaganda ideológica que se desarrolló a través de medios impresos que las autoridades de la Iglesia católica no habían previsto. Todo comenzó con la Admonitio inicial, debida al obispo británico Reginald Pole y leída por el secretario del Concilio Angelo Masarelli en la sesión del 7 de enero de 1546 -la segunda del Concilio-, en la que en una tremenda autocrítica se excitaba a modificar las costumbres mundanas para transformarlas en otras que ofrecieran un ejemplo virtuoso, que fue rápidamente difundida desde los márgenes del C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Spain, Pamplona]
2018-06-04 14:05:58
TORQUEMADA (Antoine de) ; [CHAPPUYS (Gabriel)].
In-16 de (32)ff., 319 feuillets, (1)p. n. ch. Rel. plein maroquin vert du XIXeme, dos à nerfs richement orné de caissons à décor floral dorés, filets et roulette dorée, filets dorés sur les nerfs, titre doré, tranches dorées, triples filets dorés encadrant les plats avec fleurons d'angles, armes dorées au centre des plats, roulette dorée int. (qqs. brunissures, exemplaire parfois un peu court de marge sup., petits frottements à la charnière du 1er plat). Bel exemplaire joliment relié. Rare traduction française du tourangeau Gabriel Chappuys (1546-1613), d'après l'œuvre de l'écrivain espagnol Antoine de Torquemada, parue à Salamanque en 1570 sous le titre Jardin de flores curiosas. Sous la forme d'un dialogue à trois personnages, cet ouvrage curieux traite de multiples sujets, faits extraordinaires, merveilleux, tirés d'Aristote, d'Albert le Grand, des chroniques espagnoles, des livres de chevalerie. La Première journée est consacrée aux évènements contraires à la nature, la seconde aux fontaines, lacs et rivières, la troisième aux « phantosmes, visions, esprits incubes et succubes, enchanteurs, empoisonneurs, sorciers et salueurs », la quatrième à l'influence des corps célestes, les deux dernières aux pays septentrionaux. Cette forme de discours jouant le coq à l'âne sur un ton scolastique eut beaucoup de succès au XVIème siècle. Le Jardin de Flores curiosas est cité comme un livre malfaisant lors de la revue de la bibliothèque de Don Quichotte. D'après Brunet, la première traduction française aurait été imprimée à Lyon, en 1579, mais cette édition n'est pas citée dans les … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Jardin des Muses [France, St-Pierre du Val]
2018-05-28 21:47:18
MAROT, Clément
Bel état. maroquin XIX. MAROT, Clément Les Œuvres de Clément Marot de Cahors, Vallet de chambre du Roy. Plus ample, & meilleur ordre que paravant. Paris, Jean Ruelle, à l'enseigne de la queue de Renard, 1546. 1 vol. in-16. Plein maroquin vert XIXe, dos à nerfs orné de filets à froid, auteur, titre, date et lieu dorés, tranches dorées, encadrement de maroquin orné d'une dentelle dorée sur les contreplats, filet doré sur les coupes. Rare et belle édition partagée entre quatre éditeurs : Nicolas du Chemin, Jean Ruelle, Guillaume Le Bret et Jacques Bogard. La seconde partie, de 16ff, insérée entre les feuillets 280 et 281, contient «l'Enfer» et «Du Coq à l'asne». «Les psaumes manquent dans cette édition», selon Brunet. Cinquante deux Pseaumes de David, traduictz en rithme francoyse selon la verité hebraique, par Clement Marot. Avec plusieurs autres compositions tant dudict autheur, que d'autres, non jamais encore imprimées, chez Jacques Bogard, de 1545 ont été reliées à la suite. Ce texte contient les 49 psaumes dans la traduction de Marot. À la suite du Cantique de Siméon, «Ce qui est ajouté de nouveau» : les psaumes 34 et 42 traduits par Claude Le Maistre, le psaume 62 traduit par Étienne Pasquier, le Cantique de Moïse traduit par Bonaventure Des Périers. Les quatre derniers feuillets contiennent une églogue pour la naissance du fils de Monseigneur le Dauphin, par Clément Marot. Exemplaire réglé. Édition parue deux ans seulement après la mort de Marot. Inversion des feuillets 84 et 85 des Psaumes. Brunissures sur les deux pages de titre. Tchemerzine, IV, p. 498. Brunet, 1455 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Gaëlle Cambon [France, Tours]
2018-05-23 22:53:23
No author
Lyons: (Theobaldus Paganus), 1546. full morocco. Very good +. 8vo. ff.(24),496. Double column text. Printed in red & black throughout. Ruled in red (faded). Woodcut on title. Finely bound in 19th century full dark brown levant morocco, gilt, by Riviere. A.e.g. A very rare early edition of the Quinones breviary. The Quinones breviary was a radical departure from previous editions. The Biblical texts were expanded to include virtually all the New Testament and much of the Old, and it omitted almost all of the communal elements, such as the versicles and antiphons. It was thus much better suited to private devotion than earlier breviaries. Paganus also printed three other breviaries (in folio, 4to and small 8vo) in the same year (Bohatta 167, 168 & 169). This edition not in Bohatta, Adams, Baudrier, or Ales.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [US]
2018-05-21 07:24:20
[Major, Georg].
Josef Klug, 1546. The cataloguers at the Pitts Theological Library, Emory University, succinctly and accurately summarize this work thus: "Wittenberg faculty member and disciple of Luther and Melanchthon, Georg Major, here responds to the charges against Elector John Frederick of Saxony and Landgrave Philip of Hesse, by Emperor Charles V and Pope Paul III." This is against the background of the tumult and turmoil of the Schmalkaldic War. The work is printed in gothic type with sidenotes, a large woodcut of the Trinity on the title-page, and one large and three small reverse-printed initials (i.e., the initial is white on a black background). Provenance: 20th-century bookplate of Franz Dryer on front pastedown; signature of Hildegard Dryer von Vater below bookplate. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear. Searches of NUC and WorldCat locate only three U.S. libraries reporting ownership of this edition (Emory, Harvard, Valparaiso).
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-05-21 06:11:11
Liburnio, Nicolò.
In casa de' figliuoli di Aldo, 1546. First edition. Printed using the classic italic font in single columns with unaccomplished guide letters, this => Italian-language Aldine contains a dedication and poem from Liburnio to Luigi Pisano as well as a poem to the reader before Le Occorrenze itself, a table of contents, errata, and a register for aid in navigation. The iconic Aldine device appears on the title-page and the verso of the last leaf. This is a later work from Liburnio (ca. 1474-1557), a humanist poet, priest, translator, early Italian philologist, and (briefly) Greek and Latin corrector for the Aldine Press; Renouard notes the text contains "particularitiés assez curieuses" on literary history, contemporary scientists, and grand libraries, especially the Bibliothèque Royale de Paris. Provenance: 19th-century armorial bookplate of Colonel Edmund Ross of Bladensburg (of Fairy Hill, Rostrevor, Northern Ireland) on front free endpaper, partially obscuring an inked note of the contents. Most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-05-15 06:13:54
AGRICOLA, Georgius.
Hieronymus Froben, Basel. An exceptionally fine copy, completely untouched in its original binding, of ?the first handbook of modern systematic mineralogy? (Grolier/Horblit 2a). ?Georgius Agricola (latinized from the German ?Georg Bauer?) became interested in the theoretical and practical aspects of mining, metallurgy and geology after being appointed town doctor of Joachimsthal, a silver-mining community on the east side of the Erzgebirge mountains in what is now Czechoslovakia. He published his first work on mining, Bermannns sive de re metallica dialogus, in 1530, and followed it sixteen years later with this collection of five treatises on geology and metallurgy, including the first work on physical geology (?De ortu & causis subterraneorum?); the first systematic mineralogy (?De natura fossilium?); a work on subterranean waters and gases (?De natura eorum quae effluunt ex terra?); a treatise on references to minerals and mining in classical history (?Dc veteribus et novis metallis?); and a reprint of Bermannnus. ?De natura fossilium,? after De re metallica, must be considered Agricola?s most important work; in it he rejected the traditional arbitrary alphabetical listing of ?fossils? (i.e., stony substances dug from the earth), and attempted to classify them according to their physical properties? (Norman). In De Natura Fossilium, Agricola rejected many myths associated with gems, and the system of classification that is inferred from his writings exhibits a degree of generalization not found in earlier handbooks. His work represented a major advance over previous writ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2018-04-28 07:12:10
LACTANCE / FAME (René)
Paris, Galliot du Pré, 1546. 1 vol. petit in-8°, maroquin havane, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés encadrés de triples filets dorés, double filet doré sur les coupes, dentelle dorée intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Reliure de Duru et Chambolle (1862). Ex-libris au contreplat de Jules Pardonneau (Tours, XIXe s.) et au v° de la garde de Jean Paradis. Armoiries de François Ier peintes postérieurement sur le titre, une lettrine peinte dans les pièces liminaires. (15) ff., (1) f. blanc, 256 ff. mal chiffrés 255, marque de Galliot du Pré au v° du dernier f. Signatures : [a-b]8 [A-Z]8 [Aa-Ii]8. Rousseurs éparses. Première traduction française du De divinis institutionibus de Lactance, ouvrage qui fit surnommer son auteur le "Ciceron chrétien" (Pic de La Mirandole). Cette traduction, due à René Famé, bibliophile d'origine tourangelle et ancien secrétaire du roi, avait paru précédemment à Paris chez le même librairie en 1543 (in-folio). Il s'agit d'une apologie de la religion chrétienne dans laquelle il attaque les conceptions polythéistes et philosophiques. Il démontre que le christianisme est la vraie religion et la vraie science. Pour mieux convaincre le public païen il utilise avec insistance les prophéties attribuées au légendaire Hermès trismégiste et les livres sibyllins à côté des prophéties de l'Ancien Testament. Son originalité vient surtout de sa manière d'écrire et de construire son discours, tirée des meilleurs orateurs latins, et en particulier de Ciceron; et c'est le premier écrivain chrétien à avoir utilisé les vertus du style païen au service de la foi. J … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2018-04-17 10:56:38
EPITOME
Lyon, Balthazar Arnoullet, 1546 ; in-4 (178x124mm) ; maroquin lavallière, dos à nerfs pincés, titre doré, filets dorés sur les coupes, roulette intérieure, tranches dorées sur marbrure (R. Petit) ; 159, (1) pp., 58 portraits signés CC (Claude Corneille) ; exemplaire entièrement réglé (A-V4). Edition originale et premier tirage des plus anciens portraits gravés en taille-douce en France par Corneille de Lyon, peintre de Henri II et Charles IX, célèbre pour ses portraits, le texte latin est imprimé en caractères italiques placé au dessus des vignettes gravées sur cuivre par Claude Corneille, dit Corneille de La Haye et ensuite Corneille de Lyon ; le texte en français, en caractères ronds se trouve vis à vis ; toutes les vignettes, sauf celles de Henri Ier, de Philippe V et de François Ier sont signées du monogramme de Claude Corneille formé de 2 C chevauchés. Balthazar Arnoullet (v 1517-1556) fut mêlé à l'affaire Michel Servet qui lui fit imprimer son ÇChristianismi restitutioÈ en 1552, qui lui valut d'être emprisonné. Très bel exemplaire, dans une reliure élégante et sobre, de cet admirable ouvrage. (Baudrier X-102 et 116-118 ; Bénézit).
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-04-13 05:01:06
Bianchi, Marcantonio; Bianchi, Marco Antonio
1546. Venice, 1546. 2nd ed. Murder and Theft in Roman Law Bianchi, Marco Antonio (Marcantonio) [1498-1548]. Tractatus de Indiciis Homicidii Ex Proposito Commissi & de Aliis Indiciis Homicidii & Furti: Ad Legem Finalem ff. De Quaestionibus. Venice: Apud Ioannem Andream Vauassorem Dictum Guadagninum, 1546. 112, [16] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum, ties lacking. Moderate soiling, spine darkened, moderate rubbing to extremities, spine ends bumped, small chip to fore-edge of front cover, hinges partially cracked. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, faint dampspotting in places, minor worming to gutter in a few places, some edgewear to front and rear endleaves, brief early owner inscriptions to front free endpaper and foot of title page. $500. * Second edition, one of three issues from 1546, none with priority. First published in 1545, this is a treatise on homicide and theft in Roman law. It treats the investigation of those crimes and their degrees and penalties. This book includes sections on premeditation and the use of torture. It went through several later editions and was included in the great multi-volume anthology Tractatus Universi Iuris (1584-1586). Bianchi was a professor of law at the University of Padua and a fairly prolific and well-regarded legal writer. All editions are this title are scarce. OCLC locates 3 copies of 1546 issues in North America (GWU Law School, Harvard Law School, UCLA), no copies of our Vauassorem imprint. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE 5729.
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-04-09 06:33:26
BIBLE, New Testament
16mo. 2 parts in 1. pp. 528, 361 [vii]. a-z8, A-K8; 2a-2z8, (2z7-8 blank). Greek Letter, some Roman on titles, preface in Italic. Both titles with Robert Estienne's woodcut basilisk device as Royal printer for Greek, fine floriated and grotesque woodcut initials and head-pieces, verso of last with Robert Estienne's woodcut 'Noli Altum Sapere' printer's device, "1559, S E T, Joachim a Sÿntzendorff" iin ms. at head of first title, marginalia and some interlinear translations in the same hand, Latin notes in an early hand on penultimate blank titled 'Durandus De Coena', two line epigram, in a slightly later hand on fly, modern bookplate below. Light age yellowing, small, mostly marginal stain on a few leaves, the odd very minor marginal splash or spot. A very good copy, crisp and clean, with good margins in excellent contemporary South German pigskin over thin boards, covers triple blind ruled to a panel design, outer panel with blind roll of heads in medallions with small arms, central panels with blind fleurons, with 'I § A §' '1548' stamped on upper cover, inner panel with arms gilt over-stamped at centre, spine with raised bands, double blind ruled in compartments, scrolled fleurons, contemporary mss title and shelf number '60', title ms. on outer edge, spine a little rubbed. A lovely copy of the most beautifully printed and important first Estienne Greek New Testament, the first book printed in Claude Garamond's second and smallest 'grecs du roi', in a fine contemporary binding; both a masterpiece of early Greek printing and biblical scholarship. It is the first of four i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-04-06 02:12:16
Sammelband - Aristoteles
Lyon, Theobald Paganus, 1546. 8°. Gerauhtes Ldr. d. Zt. auf 4 Bünden, Rückenschildchen aus Papier. (Und:) De coelo libri quatuor. Übers. Johannes Agyropylo. 115 S.; De Generatione et corruptione libri duo. Übers. Francisco Vatablo. 67 S.; Meteorologicorum, libri quatuor. Übers. Francisco Vatablo.136 S.; De Anima libri tres. Übers. Johannes Argyropylo. 93 S.; De Sensu & Sensili, Memoria & Reminiscentia, Somno & Vigilia, Insomniis, Divinatione in somno, Longitudine & Brevitate vitae, Iuventute & Senectute, & Vita & Morte & Respiratione, Libri singuli. Übers. Francisco Vatablo. 111 S.Baudrier IV, S. 234. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung von Schriften von Aristoteles in lateinischer Sprache, gedruckt bei Thibaud Payen. Die Übersetzungen stammen von Johannes Aryropolis (um 1415 in Konstantinopel - 1487, Rom), einem byzantinischen Humanisten, der in Florenz mit Marsilio Ficino zusammen arbeitete, sowie von François Vatable (spätes 15. Jh. - 1547), einem französischen Humanisten und Gelehrten, der am Collège de France tätig war. Mit der Druckermarke von Payen (Baudrier IV, S. 210, Nr. 3 (Silvestre 480) und seinen Holzschnitt-Initialen mit Köpfen (signiert T; Baudrier IV, S. 209). - Kl. roter Stempel M auf jedem Titelblatt, wasserrandig, zu Beginn und am Schluss stärker; im ersten Buch zahlreiche alte Notizen in brauner Tinte. Einband stark berieben, Rücken zum Teil abgerieben, Bindung jedoch intakt.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [CH]
2018-03-30 12:03:13
HERP HENDRIK ().
VENEZIA, BARTOLOMEO IMPERATORE E FRANCESCO VENETIANO, 1546. "In-8°; 122, 2 cc., 3 xilografie a piena pagina nel testo; legatura coeva in tutta pergamena morbida, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Insignificante sottile segno di tarlo al margine superiore bianco delle prime 5 cc." Bella edizione del volgarizzamento dello
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-03-28 08:19:24
Mosellanus, Petrus; Christoph Hegendorff.
[Nuremberg]: Apud Iohan Petreium, 1546. 8vo (14.9 cm, 5.875"). [27] ff. (final blank lacking). Previously unrecorded edition of this influential two-part elementary Latin schoolbook incorporating the Paedologia of Petrus Mosellanus Protegensis (i.e., Peter Schade) and the Dialogae puerorum of Christoph Hegendorff, both authors friends of Erasmus. German humanist Mosellanus crafted his dialogues to increase students' fluency in colloquial Latin and first published them ca. 1517, the same year Melanchthon was chosen over him for a Greek professorship at the University of Wittenberg. The dialogues by Hegendorff, a Protestant scholar and "travelling salesman of humanism and reform," were almost immediately added to the text.    Searches of the NUC, Worldcat, COPAC, and the VD16 reveal => no records of a 1546 edition by Petreium, although this text closely matches the NUC record of a 1540 edition supposedly held by the University of Illinois (but not currently present in their online catalogue) and the 1550 edition described as VD16 S2160.    The offering begins with => a merrily violent woodcut border of rabbits hunting men on the title-page; the text is printed in single columns with italic type and roman chapter headings along with the occasional decorative initial.    Evidence of Readership: Two early users have covered the title-page verso and three endpapers with notes in Latin and Greek — sometimes minute and some overlaying previous ones — in addition to adding a few phrases and decorations to the title-page, embellishing nearly every large initial (both plain and decora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
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2018-03-28 07:30:40
ERASMUS OF ROTTERDAM
Basilae [Colophon]: Basileae per Hieronymvm Frobenivm, et Nicolaum Episcopium, Mense Martio, Anno M.D. XLVI. 1546. Basilae [Colophon]: Basileae per Hieronymvm Frobenivm, et Nicolaum Episcopium, Mense Martio, Anno M.D. XLVI. 1546. Large, thick follio, 335 x 218 mms., pp. [xliv], 1071 [1072 colophon], occasional marginal annotation, contemporary panelled vellum, with a fleur-ded-lys in centre panel, a border in blind of what appears to be images of juveniles, and another outer border with images of saints, vellum working clasps, with brass endings; binding soiled but would probably replay cleaning, ex-library, with library stamps ((Leabharlann Lair, na mBraithre Criostai, which I think was/is a monastery in Maynooth, Ireland) on recto of front free end-paper and on last leaf, with small rectangular bookseller's ticket of J. Mozley Stark, 17 Garrick Street, Covent Garden on the top margin of the front paste-down end-paper. John Mozeley Stark was the son of the Edinburgh-born bookseller and antiquary, John Stark (1784–1867), who married the sister of the bookseller Henry Mozley. John Mozley Stark moved to London the 1860s and set up business at 17 Garrick Street, at present (November, 2017) a Persian restaurant. Desiderius Erasmus Roterodamus (1466 - 1536), known as Erasmus or Erasmus of Rotterdam began his collection of proverbs in the late 15th century, and the first edition, with only a few hundred entries, was published in 1500, his first publication. He continued to add to the collection for the rest of his life, and numerous posthumous editions followed (I have co … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2018-03-28 07:24:30
DIOSCORIDES.
PEDANII DIOSCORIDIS ANAZARBEI, DE MEDICA MATERIA LIBRI SEX, Ioannne R. Vellio Suescionensi interprete. HIS ACCESSIT, PRAETER Pharmacorum simplicium catalogum, copiosus omniu[m] fermè medelarum sive curationum Index. [Printer’s device: Matura]. LVGDVNI SVB SCVTO COLONIENSI. 1546. [Colofon]: LVGDVNI. EXCVDEBANT IOANNIS ET FRANCISCVS FRELLONII, FRATRES. 1546. In 8º (12x8 cm) com [30], 543, [126] pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com título manuscrito na lombada. Exemplar com mancha de oxidação nas páginas 194-195, possivelmente devido a ter contido herbarium. Pedânio Dioscórides foi um autor greco-romano, considerado o fundador da farmacognosia através da sua obra De Materia Medica, a principal fonte de informação sobre drogas medicinais desde o século I até ao século XVIII. A De Materia Medica encontra-se dividida em cinco livros. Nela se descrevem cerca de 600 plantas, 35 fármacos de origem animal e 90 de origem mineral, dos quais só cerca de 130 já apareciam no Corpus hippocraticum e 100 ainda são considerados como tendo actividade farmacológica. A sua influência foi enorme até ao século XVIII, existindo inúmeras traduções do grego para um grande número de línguas. O interesse por esta obra tem sido sempre renovado com obras que identificam as espécies utilizadas. [EN] A small 16th Century edition of a medical and pharmacological book that represents the best of the Greek classical medicine. Copy with foxing of pages 194-195, possibly due to usage of these pages as herbarium. Pedânio Dioscorides was a Greco-Roman author, considered the founder of pharmacogn … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva [Lisboa, Portugal]
2018-03-25 10:32:21
PLATÓN
(Filosofia) Basel. Froben, 1546 35x22x7. 6 h. 952 pags. 24 h. Impresión en buen papel con capitulares xilogràficas decoradas. Dos tipografías para diferenciar el texto platónico de las notas. Enc. coetánea en piel clara sobre tabla, gofrados en lomo y planos, restos de cierres de bronce Importante edición de las obras de Platón, incluye su vida escrita por Marsilio y 37 obras, entre ellas El Timeo, sobre la generación del mundo, es el único tratado que esta ilustrado con figuras para una mayor compresión de la naturaleza del alma. Adams [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Catedral [Tarragona, Spain]
2018-03-23 08:28:14
Caesar, Gaius Julius (BC 100-44). Commentaries.
Stephanus Gravinus, Friburgi Brisgoiae (Freiburg im Breisgau): ., 1546. pp. [30], 556, [116]. Illustrated with a double page woodcut map that shows mainly France; and five other full page illustration that show fortifications and siege weapons. Wood engraved initials, head and tail pieces. Latin Italic text. Slight worming on the first 4 leaves. Some early Ms. annotation. Original alum tawed pigskin binding over beveled oak boards. Both boards tooled in blind with oak leaves, rosettes, and an outer roll showing the Muses, including Caliope and Thalia. Deeply stamped on the front board is a date: 1551. No clasps. Raised bands. Rubbed and darkened, but still nice. No front flyleaves, and the front pastedown is also gone, revealing the oak boards and double corded bands. Text block very tight. Decorative panel stamped bindings in pigskin were particularly popular in Germany in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This volume includes : Commentarii de Bello Gallico (Commentaries on the Gallic War). It is Julius Caesar's firsthand account of the Gallic Wars, written as a third-person narrative. In it Caesar describes the battles and intrigues that took place in the nine years he spent fighting the Germanic peoples and Celtic peoples in Gaul that opposed Roman conquest. This is joined with his de Bello Civili Pompeiano. (Commentaries on the Civil War), which is an account of his war against Gnaeus Pompeius and the Senate. Shorter than its counterpart on the Gallic War, only three books long, and possibly unfinished, it covers the events of 49-48 BC, from shortly before Caesar's … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: THE FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2018-03-23 06:04:03
SUETONE & DION CASSIUS & HERODIANUS & PATERCULUS & SPARTIANUS
" - Froben, Basilae (Bâle) 1546, in-folio (33x22,5cm), (20) 810pp. -70., 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. Reliure en 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2018-03-21 22:21:14
SYLVESTRO PRIERATE [Mazzolini, Silvestro da Priero, "alias Prieria" 1456-57 - 1523]
Lugduni: Apud Ioannem et Franciscum Frellonios, Fratres, 1546.- Dos partes en un volumen. [2 h.], 515 p., [3 p. sin numerar]; [2 h.], 542 p., [2 h.] (sign. 1ª Parte: a-z8, A-I8, K6; sign. 2ª Parte: aa-zz8, AA-LL8): Con tres grabados xilográficos en la 2ª parte, intercalados en el texto; 4º (26,3 cm.); Excelente impresión a dos columnas; Encuadernación de la época en Plena Piel sobre chapa de madera, con hierros en seco de estilo renacentista decorando ambas tapas y restos de cierres metálicos en los bordes externos de las mismas, lomo con 4 nervios.- La encuadernación se encuentra deteriorada, con el pie del lomo falto de un trozo de piel, así como en las esquinas de las tapas. El interior (de la 1ª Parte) con manchas de humedad hasta la página 45 (de más a menos) y la esquina inferior externa. El interior (de la 2ª Parte) con una mancha de humedad en la esquina inferior externa de gran parte del texto y varias hojas finales con unas manchas de óxido, especialmente las 2 últimas. Tiene un punto de polilla que atraviesa el libro, pero es casi inapreciable y curiosamente toca mínimamente a las letras. Tiene algunas líneas subrayadas a tinta de la época en unas 5 hojas. El papel se encuentra firme y fuerte, sin haber sido afectado en su textura por la humedad. El autor "MAZZOLINI SILVESTRO DA PRIERIO" (alias "Prieria"), tal y como él mismo nos cuenta en su autobiografía contenida en su obra "Conflatum ex S. Thoma", nació en 1456 o 57 en la localidad italiana de Prierio, provincia de Cuneo, que formaba parte del Ducado de Saboya. Se ordenó fraile dominico en 1499 siendo profeso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda, AILA ILAB [Lope de Vega n.º XIX, Madrid, M, Spain]
2018-03-21 09:00:46
MASSA, Antonio Gallesio
Blado, 1546. In -4°, cartonato, 24 ff. nn.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-03-18 21:31:12
Cicerone (Cicero Marcus Tullius), Manuzio Paolo
8° [cm. 16,5 x 10]; cc. 136 + 1 n.n." 56 45 + 3 n.n. Leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia molto stanca staccata " con fori di tarli e bruciature; titolo ad inchiostro sul dorso. Tracce di lacci di chiusura sui piatti. L'interno del dorso è stato rinforzato con strisce di pergamena ricavate da un manoscritto medievale. Le marche tipografiche sono state colorate a matita rosa. Fori di tarlo nell'angolo superiore interno dalla c. 1 della seconda parte" alla fine " senza danni al testo e da p. 45 della terza parte al piatto posteriore con minimo danno al testo. Aloni d'umidità ai fascicoli esterni; staccato l'ultimo fascicolo; per il resto piuttosto pulito. Brunet II 28; Graesse II 159; Renouard p. 136" 7. Venezia Manuzio Paolo 1546
Bookseller: Casa Editrice Salerno Editrice Srl [IT]
2018-03-18 20:20:50
PERNEDER Andreas
(Bound with:) Sv[m]ma Rolandina … mit einer Vorrede des … Wolffgang Hunger … Ingolstadt, durch Alexander Weissenhorn, 1546. (Bound with:)SALWECHTER, Jacob. Acervvs exceptionum ivris. Das ist. Ein vast Vberaus nützlich Büchlein, von gerichtlichen Auszögen, Schutz vnd gegenweren, zu Latein vnd Teutsch … Frankfurt, gedruckt … durch Herman Gülfferich, 3 works bound in one vol, folio (300 x 193 mm), ff. [3] (blank), [12], XCVII, [3] (blank); ff. [9], [1] (blank), LIX, [3] (blank); ff. [5], [1] (blank), [42], final leaf with woodcut printer’s mark, title-page printed in red and black, some large ornamental wood-cuts in all three works; a fine copy, with many contemporary mss annotations in the text of the last two works, and contemporary mss notes on the front two fly leaves (see below); Bound in stunning contemporary richly panelled and blind-tooled calf over paste boards, signed by the binder HB from Breslau in an ornamental roll, outer roll-stamped border includes the letter ‘W’ in a shield, the Bohemian double-headed eagle, and the Silesian lion, portrait of St Adalbert, and dated ‘1540’, another roll-stamped border has three contemporary figures in armour and holding swords, two Habsburg rulers, Carolus and Ferdinand, and Andreas de Auria (i.e. Andrea Doria, Italian condottiero), amongst floral ornamentation, (see Haebler I, 39-41, rolls 3, 5, 8), with blindstamped title ‘Gerichtlicher Process’ on top of front cover, in contemporary mss ink below ‘perneders’, and a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2018-03-03 08:33:54
Quintilian
Girolamo Scotto, 1546. woodcut printer's device on title, repeated at colophon, woodcut initials and portrait of the author (portrait repeated several times), commentaries surrounding the text, ownership inscription erased from foot of title, ff. [iv], 204, 34, folio, 19th-century French or Italian half calf, spine gilt, cracks to joints and spine defective at head. First Scotto edition. Acquired from Botega d'Erasmo, Turin, in 1950 for £4: a typed letter quoting this and other editions of Quintilian loosely inserted. A jovial note at the foot concerns a Gorgonzola cheese the bookseller had sent to Austin, and querying whether he (Austin) knows the cheese of Lodi - so delicious it would distract him from Quintilian! (CNCE 31715)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-28 20:53:32
COLONNA, Francesco.
A PARIS L. Blaublom pour Jaques Keruer aux deux Cochetz Rue S. Jaques. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1546. Translated from the Italian. Folio in sixes, approximately 345 x 215 mm, 13½ x 8¼ inches, 181 woodcuts of various sizes, 13 are full page, large arabesque initials, leaves: [vi], 1-157, [1] (numbered on rectos only), the initials M on leaf C6 recto and F on leaf D3 verso, were originally printed from crible blocks but arabesque initials have been tipped in over them, modern full morocco binding, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, blind floral decoration between raised bands to spine, tiny gilt fish to centre of lower cover, blind decoration to covers, new cream endpapers, tiny gold fish on lower dentelle of back cover housed in a slip case of marbled paper covered board with leather surround at opening. TITLE PAGE AND LAST PAGE, COLOPHON, ARE IN VERY GOOD FACSIMILES ON OLD PAPER (a pencil note on first pastedown states that it was purchased from Quaritch, London booksellers, in 1977, that the facsimiles were done in line block and the new endpapers were Kelmscott paper). The first prelim has a small neat repair to lower corner, last page of prelims has outer margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, page 1 has a small neat repair to top margin, not affecting image or text, a few margin edges at the front and rear have tiny closed tears neatly repaired, shallow creasing to pages throughout, mostly affecting lower margins, pale ink splash to one lower margin, not affecting text, pale staining affecting some margins, one just touching image, occasional neat early old ink … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-28 15:26:15
COLONNA, Francesco.:
A PARIS, L. Blaublom pour Jaques Keruer, aux deux Cochetz, Rue S. Jaques, 1546. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1546. Translated from the Italian. Folio in sixes, approximately 345 x 215 mm, 13½ x 8¼ inches, 181 woodcuts of various sizes, thirteen are full page, large arabesque initials, leaves: [vi], 1-157, [1] (numbered on rectos only), the initials M on leaf C6 recto and F on leaf D3 verso, were originally printed from crible blocks but arabesque initials have been tipped in over them, modern full morocco binding, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, blind floral decoration between raised bands to spine, tiny gilt fish to centre of lower cover, blind decoration to covers, new cream endpapers, housed in a slip case of marbled paper covered board with leather surround at entrance. TITLE PAGE AND LAST PAGE, COLOPHON, ARE IN VERY GOOD FACSIMILES ON OLD PAPER, There is a pencil note on first pastedown stating that it was purchased from Quaritch, London booksellers in 1977, that the missing pages were done in line block and the new endpapers were Kelmscott paper. The first prelim has a small neat repair to lower corner, last page of prelims has outer margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, page one has a small neat repair to top margin, not affecting image or text, a few margin edges at the front and rear have tiny closed tears neatly repaired, shallow creasing to pages throughout, mostly affecting lower margins, pale ink splash to one lower margin, not affecting text, pale staining affecting some margins, one just touching image, occasional neat early old ink marginalia and nam … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-02-28 15:25:58
COLONNA, Francesco, ca. 1432-1527.
A PARIS L. Blaublom pour Jaques Keruer aux deux Cochetz Rue S. Jaques. FIRST FRENCH EDITION 1546. Translated from the Italian. Folio in sixes, approximately 345 x 215 mm, 13½ x 8¼ inches, 181 woodcuts of various sizes, 13 are full page, large arabesque initials, leaves: [vi], 1-157, [1] (numbered on rectos only), the initials M on leaf C6 recto and F on leaf D3 verso, were originally printed from crible blocks but arabesque initials have been tipped in over them, modern full morocco binding, gilt lettering to spine and upper cover, blind floral decoration between raised bands to spine, tiny gilt fish to centre of lower cover, blind decoration to covers, new cream endpapers, tiny gold fish on lower dentelle of back cover housed in a slip case of marbled paper covered board with leather surround at opening. TITLE PAGE AND LAST PAGE, COLOPHON, ARE IN VERY GOOD FACSIMILES ON OLD PAPER (a pencil note on first pastedown states that it was purchased from Quaritch, London booksellers, in 1977, that the facsimiles were done in line block and the new endpapers were Kelmscott paper). The first prelim has a small neat repair to lower corner, last page of prelims has outer margins neatly repaired, not affecting text, page 1 has a small neat repair to top margin, not affecting image or text, a few margin edges at the front and rear have tiny closed tears neatly repaired, shallow creasing to pages throughout, mostly affecting lower margins, pale ink splash to one lower margin, not affecting text, pale staining affecting some margins, one just touching image, occasional neat early old ink … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-02-28 06:53:17
Jovius, Paulus [Giòvio, Paolo]; Bassianates, Franciscus Niger [translator from Italian to Latin]; Ashton, Peter [translator from Latin to English]
London: Edwarde Whitchurche, 1546. First English Edition. Hardcover. 12mo.; VG; rebound in 1/4 modern brown calf, brown cloth boards, paneled spine with burgundy label and gilt lettering; one page of handwritten notes bound in before title page; small chip to fore edge of title page, does not impact text; title page has 'London 1546' written at the bottom; interior free of writing and markings; verso of colophon has an engraving with a Sun with banner reading 'Sol Oriens Mundo,' three lines of handwriting below; Printed in two sizes of Gothic text.; presumably lacking frontispiece;Imprinted at London ... : By Edvvarde VVhitchurche, the xii day of Auguste, the yere of our Lorde 1546, Imprint from colophon.; Signatures: *8 A-S8.; PP/FF: ff. [8], cxl, [4];The first history of Turkey in English. This important work comprises accounts of the beginning of the Turkish Empire, the lives of all the emperors, and the array and discipline of the Turkish warfare described and set forth most exact.an incredibly rare book; USTC Reference No.: 503768, ESTC Citation No. S103126; shelved Case 3. Peter Ashton's translation of "Turcicarum rerum commentarius", Francesco Negri's translation of "Commentario delle cose de' Turchi" by Paolo Giovio.;Very little is known about Peter Ashton, aside from his translation of the Turkes chronicles. He may have been the same Peter Ashton who was prebendary of Lincoln from 1542 to 1548. If that is the case, he was born around the turn of the 16th century, and was the son of Peter Ashton, who lived in Old Weston, Huntingdonshire. He held two degrees from Ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [US]
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2018-02-26 01:42:16
FLAVII IOSEPHI
SEBASTIANUS GRYPHIUS EXCUDEBAT, 1546. LATINO 0,55 Volume privo del frontespizio, pagine con bruniture del tempo, tracce di umidità agli angoli alti delle prime pag., strappo con mancanza a pag.337, con macchie usura e restauro a pag.551, bella marca tipografica a fine volume, capilettera miniati, rilegatura in cartoncino rigido, muto, ingiallito, con bordi e punte usurate e superficiali tracce di umidità USATO
Bookseller: Biblioteca di Babele
2018-02-19 22:29:21
Caesar, Gaius Julius (BC 100-44). Commentaries.
Stephanus Gravinus, Friburgi Brisgoiae (Freiburg im Breisgau), 1546. pp. [30], 556, [116]. Illustrated with a double page woodcut map that shows mainly France; and five other full page illustration that show fortifications and siege weapons. Wood engraved initials, head and tail pieces. Latin Italic text. Slight worming on the first 4 leaves. Some early Ms. annotation. Original alum tawed pigskin binding over beveled oak boards. Both boards tooled in blind with oak leaves, rosettes, and an outer roll showing the Muses, including Caliope and Thalia. Deeply stamped on the front board is a date: 1551. No clasps. Raised bands. Rubbed and darkened, but still nice. No front flyleaves, and the front pastedown is also gone, revealing the oak boards and double corded bands. Text block very tight. Decorative panel stamped bindings in pigskin were particularly popular in Germany in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. This volume includes : Commentarii de Bello Gallico (Commentaries on the Gallic War). It is Julius Caesar's firsthand account of the Gallic Wars, written as a third-person narrative. In it Caesar describes the battles and intrigues that took place in the nine years he spent fighting the Germanic peoples and Celtic peoples in Gaul that opposed Roman conquest. This is joined with his de Bello Civili Pompeiano. (Commentaries on the Civil War), which is an account of his war against Gnaeus Pompeius and the Senate. Shorter than its counterpart on the Gallic War, only three books long, and possibly unfinished, it covers the events of 49-48 BC, from shortly before Caesar's in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: FAMILY ALBUM, ABAA [Kinzers, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-02-17 19:19:10
CICERON :
Venise, Hieronymus Scotas, 1546 ; in-folio ; plein vélin ivoire en partie manuscrit (reliure de l'époque) ; (6) ff., 142 ff. recto-verso, (3) ff. le dernier, blanc, a été découpé. Ex-libris manuscrit "Johannis Le Marchant 1600" en fin d'ouvrage. Bois gravé représentant Ciceron à son écritoire, répété à chaque chapitre. Exemplaire bien complet et conforme à la collation Edit 16 (CNCE, 12275). Intéressante édition qui comprend les commentaires, annotations ou scholies de Girolamo Capiduri, Gilbert Longueil (1507-1543), Claudio Pontamo (f. 1564), Pietro Vettori (1499-1585), Victorinus et Marino Becichemo (1468 ?-1526). Feuillets de garde blancs abimés, traces de mouillure en pied de tout l'ouvrage, sinon bon exemplaire à la typographie italique de belle qualité.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Clagahé [France, Lyon]
2018-02-12 15:50:17
FLAVII IOSEPHI
SEBASTIANUS GRYPHIUS EXCUDEBAT. Used. Volume privo del frontespizio, pagine con bruniture del tempo, tracce di umidità agli angoli alti delle prime pag., strappo con mancanza a pag.337, con macchie usura e restauro a pag.551, bella marca tipografica a fine volume, capilettera miniati, rilegatura in cartoncino rigido, muto, ingiallito, con bordi e punte usurate e superficiali tracce di umidità.
Bookseller: BibliotecadiBabele.libri [Tarquinia, VT, Italy]
2018-02-08 11:37:45
FLAVII IOSEPHI
LUGDUNI: SEBASTIANUS GRYPHIUS EXCUDEBAT, 1546. RILEGATO. BUONO. 13 18. USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBab
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2018-02-08 11:34:03
MASUER JEAN (CA 1380-1450).
APUD GALEOTUM A PRATO, AD PRIMAM COLUMNAM REGII PALATII. 1546 - PETIT IN-8 (11,5 X 17,5 X 4 CENTIMETRES ENVIRON) DE (32) + 508 ET (12) PAGES, RELIURE POSTERIEURE DU XVIII° PLEIN VEAU MARBRE, DOS A CINQ NERFS ORNE DE CAISSONS A FLEURONS DORES, TITRE DORE, TRANCHES MARBREES BLEUES. AVEC LA MARQUE DE L'EDITEUR A PLEINE PAGE IN-FINE. CONTIENT : "DE EXCEPTIONIBUS LIBER M. NEPOTIS A MONTE ALBANO, QUI FUGITIUUS VILGO DICITUR." (PAGES 357-508). RELIE AVEC :- (TABOUET JULIEN. 1500-1563). ACTIONUM FORENSIUM, ET RESPONSORUM LIBER SECUNDUS, AD AMPLISSIMAE DIGNITATIS VIROS, GALLICANAE REIP. PRIMATES FRANCISCUM TURNONIAE FAMILIAE CARDINALEM, LUGDUNENSIS, AC TRANSALPINAE GALLIAE PROREGEM, NECNON AD FRANC MONTELONIUM REGIIS PRAEFECTUM ORACULIS, & FIGILLIS. IULIANUS TABOETIUS DICTAVIT, & IN GRATIAM ILLORUM QUI PRISCAM IURISCONSULTORUM PHRASIM INTELLIGERE CUPIUNT, SERIATUS A FORO CONTEXUIT. DISTICON. HIC DIRAS SCELERUM FORMAT, FUNESTA'Q; NARRAT CRIMINA, SUBTILI COMMODITATE LIBER. SEBASTIANUS GRYPHIUS EXCUDEBAT LUGDUNI, MDXLII. IN-8 DE 154 + (4) PAGES, AVEC LA MARQUE DE L'EDITEUR A PLEINE PAGE IN-FINE.2 OUVRAGES EN UN VOLUME. DEFAUTS EXTERIEURS DONT MORS SUPERIEUR, DOS DEDORE, FROTTE. ENSEMBLE RARE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie du Château de Capens
2018-02-07 21:47:36
Cyrill von Alexandrien (Cyrillius Alexandrinus):
Basel, Johannes Herwagen d.Ä., 1546. Groß-4°. 36 cm. Primus Tomus: [6] Blatt, [1] Seite, Spalten 2 - 771. Secundus Tomus: [2] Blatt, [1], 439 [= 441] Spalten. Tertius Tomus: [2] Blatt, [1] Seite, Spalten 2 - 373. Tomus Quartus: [1] Blatt, [1] Seite, 303 Spalten, [17] Blatt Druckermarke auf letztem Blatt, Quintus Tomus: 10 Blatt, 1 Seite, 646 Salten. Ganzpergamentband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit blindgeprägtem Buchschmuck auf beiden Deckeln (mit floralen Verzierungen, Wappen, griech. Portaits Mittig Wappen mit Prägung: "Capitulum Ecclesiae Metropolitan Magdeburgensis. 1579" ) mit 2 Metall-/Lederschließen und 8 Messingbeschlägen mit floraler Verzierung. Cyrill I., geboren um 375/80 in Alexandria; gestorben am 27. Juni 444 ebenda. Vom 15. Oktober 412 bis zu seinem Tode Patriarch (Bischof) von Alexandrien. Erste Ausgabe. Titelblatt und letztes Blatt mit Druckermarke, zahlreiche in Holz geschnittene Initialen. Einband wenig fleckig, winzige Wurmlöcher, durchgehend im Randbereich winzige Wurmlöcher. Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckeln und verso Titel- bzw. Zwischentiteln, ca. 20 Seiten mit Anstreichungen, Marginalien. Gutes bis sehr gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR christliche Literatur / christian literature; Kirchenväter / fathers of the church; Theologie / theology
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2018-02-03 22:48:07
Mosellanus, Petrus; Christoph Hegendorff.
Apud Iohan Petreium. Previously unrecorded edition of this influential two-part elementary Latin schoolbook incorporating the Paedologia of Petrus Mosellanus Protegensis (i.e., Peter Schade) and the Dialogae puerorum of Christoph Hegendorff, both authors friends of Erasmus. German humanist Mosellanus crafted his dialogues to increase students' fluency in colloquial Latin and first published them ca. 1517, the same year Melanchthon was chosen over him for a Greek professorship at the University of Wittenberg. The dialogues by Hegendorff, a Protestant scholar and "travelling salesman of humanism and reform," were almost immediately added to the text. Searches of the NUC, Worldcat, COPAC, and the VD16 reveal => no records of a 1546 edition by Petreium, although this text closely matches the NUC record of a 1540 edition supposedly held by the University of Illinois (but not currently present in their online catalogue) and the 1550 edition described as VD16 S2160. The offering begins with => a merrily violent woodcut border of rabbits hunting men on the title-page; the text is printed in single columns with italic type and roman chapter headings along with the occasional decorative initial. Evidence of Readership: Two early users have covered the title-page verso and three endpapers with notes in Latin and Greek -- sometimes minute and some overlaying previous ones -- in addition to adding a few phrases and decorations to the title-page, embellishing nearly every large initial (both plain and decorative), supplying a few marginal notes, and underlining a few phrases of te … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books [U.S.A.]
2018-02-03 22:48:07
Mosellanus, Petrus; Christoph Hegendorff.
[Nuremberg]: Apud Iohan Petreium, 1546. 8vo (14.9 cm, 5.875"). [27] ff. (final blank lacking). Previously unrecorded edition of this influential two-part elementary Latin schoolbook incorporating the Paedologia of Petrus Mosellanus Protegensis (i.e., Peter Schade) and the Dialogae puerorum of Christoph Hegendorff, both authors friends of Erasmus. German humanist Mosellanus crafted his dialogues to increase students' fluency in colloquial Latin and first published them ca. 1517, the same year Melanchthon was chosen over him for a Greek professorship at the University of Wittenberg. The dialogues by Hegendorff, a Protestant scholar and "travelling salesman of humanism and reform," were almost immediately added to the text.    Searches of the NUC, Worldcat, COPAC, and the VD16 reveal => no records of a 1546 edition by Petreium, although this text closely matches the NUC record of a 1540 edition supposedly held by the University of Illinois (but not currently present in their online catalogue) and the 1550 edition described as VD16 S2160.    The offering begins with => a merrily violent woodcut border of rabbits hunting men on the title-page; the text is printed in single columns with italic type and roman chapter headings along with the occasional decorative initial.    Evidence of Readership: Two early users have covered the title-page verso and three endpapers with notes in Latin and Greek — sometimes minute and some overlaying previous ones — in addition to adding a few phrases and decorations to the title-page, embellishing nearly every large initial (both plain and decora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
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2018-02-03 14:00:18
Mosellanus, Petrus; Christoph Hegendorff.
[Nuremberg]: Apud Iohan Petreium, 1546. 8vo (14.9 cm, 5.875"). [27] ff. (final blank lacking). Previously unrecorded edition of this influential two-part elementary Latin schoolbook incorporating the Paedologia of Petrus Mosellanus Protegensis (i.e., Peter Schade) and the Dialogae puerorum of Christoph Hegendorff, both authors friends of Erasmus. German humanist Mosellanus crafted his dialogues to increase students' fluency in colloquial Latin and first published them ca. 1517, the same year Melanchthon was chosen over him for a Greek professorship at the University of Wittenberg. The dialogues by Hegendorff, a Protestant scholar and "travelling salesman of humanism and reform," were almost immediately added to the text.    Searches of the NUC, Worldcat, COPAC, and the VD16 reveal => no records of a 1546 edition by Petreium, although this text closely matches the NUC record of a 1540 edition supposedly held by the University of Illinois (but not currently present in their online catalogue) and the 1550 edition described as VD16 S2160.    The offering begins with => a merrily violent woodcut border of rabbits hunting men on the title-page; the text is printed in single columns with italic type and roman chapter headings along with the occasional decorative initial.    Evidence of Readership: Two early users have covered the title-page verso and three endpapers with notes in Latin and Greek — sometimes minute and some overlaying previous ones — in addition to adding a few phrases and decorations to the title-page, embellishing nearly every large initial (both plain and decora … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2018-01-30 10:22:57
Richard Boll (Autor)
Publicis Corporate Publishing. Das Buch ist für den Theoretiker und den Praktiker gleichermaßen ein nützliches Nachschlagewerk. Es gibt einen Einblick in das Wesen des Magnetismus und eine umfassende Übersicht über weichmagnetische Werkstoffe, insbesondere über Lieferformen, Eigenschaften und Einsatzmöglichkeiten der Werkstoffe und Bauelemente von VAC. Zahlreichen Übersichtstabellen und Diagramme helfen dem Anwender bei der Auslegung seiner Bauteile und Konstruktionen. Mitarbeit: Anpassung von: Richard Boll Zusatzinfo 430 Abb., 149 Tab. Sprache deutsch Maße 148 x 220 mm Einbandart: kartoniert Technik Techniker Bautechnik Umwelttechnik Physik Astronomie Elektrizität Magnetismus Optik VerfahrensTechnik Bautechnik Umwelttechnik Magnetischer Werkstoff Magnetisches Feld Magnetismus Magnettechnik Werkstoffe ISBN-10 3-8009-1546-4 / 3800915464 ISBN-13 978-3-8009-1546-0 / 9783800915460 Weichmagnetische Werkstoffe: Einführung in den Magnetismus. VAC-Werkstoffe und ihre Anwendung [Gebundene Ausgabe] Richard Boll (Autor)
Bookseller: LLU-Bookservice
2018-01-27 23:10:09
TEIVE, Diogo de.
- APVD DIVM GESTIS ANNO SALVTIS NOSTRAE M . D. XLVI. [1546] Iacobo Teuio Lusitani Autore. [Escudo Real Português Armoriado]. CONIMBRICAE. M. D. XLVIII. [1548]. [Colofon:] EXCVDEBANT IOANNES BARREIVS & Ioannes Aluarus Typographi Regij. In 4º (de 19x13 cm) com [viii], 92 pags. Encadernação artística da época, inteira de pele com ferros rolados a seco sobre as pastas e nas esquadrias das mesmas com motivos florais. Exemplar com assinatura de posse (datada de 1970) na follha de guarda. Primeira edição rarissima de uma obra com um comentário à história dos portugueses na Índia e às conquistas dos Vice-Reis, escrita pelo um famoso humanista português Diogo de Teive (ca. 1514-ca. 1565). Um dos mais importantes relatos do segundo cerco de Diu que constituiu um dos mais celebrados feitos heróicos dos portugueses no Oriente. O Segundo Cerco à fortaleza portuguesa de Diu pelas forças do sultanato do Guzerate, capitaneadas por Coge Sofar, mercador e senhor de Surrate, teve lugar entre Abril e Novembro de 1546. Este acontecimento, de incontestável importância para o "Estado da Índia", definiu a governação do Vice-Rei D. João de Castro (1545-1548) e representou a derradeira tentativa guzerate para retomar a fortaleza de Diu, anteriormente entregue aos portugueses em 1535. Inocencio II, 176. [não refere esta obra] 'DIOGO DE TEIVE, natural da cidade de Braga, e Doutor em Direito Civil pela Univ. de París. Chamado por el rei D. João III da Univ. de Bordeaux (onde regentava uma cadeira de Humanidades) para a de Coimbra, então novamente reformada, ahi começou a ler em 1548 a segunda classe de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livraria Castro e Silva
2018-01-22 19:47:13
Alberti, Leon Battista
appresso Vincenzo Vaugris, 1546. Il più celebre e importante trattato umanistico-rinascimentale di architettura, qui per la prima volta tradotto. La princeps latina del «De re aedificatoria» uscì a Firenze nel 1485 per le cure di Bernardo Alberti, cugino di Leon Battista; reca una prefazione di Angelo Poliziano ed è dedicata a Lorenzo de' Medici. Un'ampia diffusione dell'opera si ebbe solo nel pieno Cinquecento, quando il testo fu finalmente tradotto in italiano, risultando maggiormente accessibile. E sempre nell'arco del XVI secolo comparvero le traduzioni francese (1553) e spagnola (1582). Il volgarizzamento dal latino si deve a Pietro Lauro Modonese, di cui non possediamo molte notizie biografiche: nato a Modena intorno al 1510, si trasferì poi a Venezia, attratto dalle possibilità della nascente industria tipografica; e le occasioni di lavoro non mancarono, considerando il numero ragguardevole di opere da lui tradotte per alcuni dei più importanti editori veneziani, tra i quali Tramezzino, Comin da Trino, Melchiorre Sessa e lo stesso Valgrisi. L'opera è stampata in un elegante corsivo ed è arricchita di capilettera finemente decorati. Leon Battista Alberti, L'architettura [De re aedificatoria]. Testo latino e traduzione a cura di Giovanni Orlandi. Introduzione e note di Paolo Portoghesi, Milano, Edizioni il Polifilo, 1966.
Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli
2018-01-19 16:52:40
SYLVESTRO PRIERATE [Mazzolini, Silvestro da Priero, "alias Prieria" 1456-57 - 1523]
Lugduni: Apud Ioannem et Franciscum Frellonios, Fratres, 1546.- Dos partes en un volumen. [2 h.], 515 p., [3 p. sin numerar]; [2 h.], 542 p., [2 h.] (sign. 1ª Parte: a-z8, A-I8, K6; sign. 2ª Parte: aa-zz8, AA-LL8): Con tres grabados xilográficos en la 2ª parte, intercalados en el texto; 4º (26,3 cm.); Excelente impresión a dos columnas; Encuadernación de la época en Plena Piel sobre chapa de madera, con hierros en seco de estilo renacentista decorando ambas tapas y restos de cierres metálicos en los bordes externos de las mismas, lomo con 4 nervios.- La encuadernación se encuentra deteriorada, con el pie del lomo falto de un trozo de piel, así como en las esquinas de las tapas. El interior (de la 1ª Parte) con manchas de humedad hasta la página 45 (de más a menos) y la esquina inferior externa. El interior (de la 2ª Parte) con una mancha de humedad en la esquina inferior externa de gran parte del texto y varias hojas finales con unas manchas de óxido, especialmente las 2 últimas. Tiene un punto de polilla que atraviesa el libro, pero es casi inapreciable y curiosamente toca mínimamente a las letras. Tiene algunas líneas subrayadas a tinta de la época en unas 5 hojas. El papel se encuentra firme y fuerte, sin haber sido afectado en su textura por la humedad. El autor "MAZZOLINI SILVESTRO DA PRIERIO" (alias "Prieria"), tal y como él mismo nos cuenta en su autobiografía contenida en su obra "Conflatum ex S. Thoma", nació en 1456 o 57 en la localidad italiana de Prierio, provincia de Cuneo, que formaba parte del Ducado de Saboya. Se ordenó fraile dominico en 1499 siendo profeso … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Miguel Miranda [ES]
2018-01-19 10:27:41
Alberti, Leon Battista
in Vinegia appresso Vincenzo Vaugris, 1546, Prima edizione della traduzione italiana, la prima in assoluto tra le lingue romanze. Ampio alone nel margine superiore, più piccolo in quello inferiore, entrambi leggeri. Al taglio di testa e di piede titoli di mano antica. Conserva intatta la cordicella segnalibro legata al capitello. Esemplare genuino, affascinante per l’antichità di ogni suo elemento. Il più celebre e importante trattato umanistico-rinascimentale di architettura, qui per la prima volta tradotto. La princeps latina del «De re aedificatoria» uscì a Firenze nel 1485 per le cure di Bernardo Alberti, cugino di Leon Battista; reca una prefazione di Angelo Poliziano ed è dedicata a Lorenzo de’ Medici. Un’ampia diffusione dell’opera si ebbe solo nel pieno Cinquecento, quando il testo fu finalmente tradotto in italiano, risultando maggiormente accessibile. E sempre nell’arco del XVI secolo comparvero le traduzioni francese (1553) e spagnola (1582). Il volgarizzamento dal latino si deve a Pietro Lauro Modonese, di cui non possediamo molte notizie biografiche: nato a Modena intorno al 1510, si trasferì poi a Venezia, attratto dalle possibilità della nascente industria tipografica; e le occasioni di lavoro non mancarono, considerando il numero ragguardevole di opere da lui tradotte per alcuni dei più importanti editori veneziani, tra i quali Tramezzino, Comin da Trino, Melchiorre Sessa e lo stesso Valgrisi. L’opera è stampata in un elegante corsivo ed è arricchita di capilettera finemente decorati. Leon Battista Alberti, L’architettura [De re aedificatoria]. Testo latino … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pontremoli [Milano, MI, Italy]
2018-01-18 08:22:54
ALAMANNI LUIGI
Giunti, Firenze, 1546. In 8? (mm 154x100); Carte 102, (1 su 2, manca l'ultima, bianca). Marca editoriale silografica al frontespizio e al verso della prima carta non numerata. Legatura settecentesca rossa con doppia bordura e cantonali in oro ai piatti, fregio dorato al centro dei piatti, dorso a quattro nervi con titolo e fregi in oro. Tagli a spruzzo rossi. Qualche fioritura ed arrossamento soprattutto a frontespizio e prime carte, per il resto buon esemplare; dorso molto restaurato e scurito.Seconda edizione apparsa a Firenze lo stesso anno della prima stampata a Parigi. LÏ infatti Luigi Alamanni (1595-1556) era fuggito in seguito al fallimento dell'attentato da lui portato alla persona del cardinale Giulio de Medici (poi Clemente VII), suo avversario politico. Come prova il grande numero di riedizioni delle sue opere, l'autore fu a lungo considerato uno dei maggiori poeti italiani, valutazione sminuita solo nel corso del secondo Ottocento. Recentemente perÚ, gli studiosi di letteratura agraria hanno rivalutato l'importanza di quest'opera, quale una delle prime testimonianze della nuova agronomia del Rinascimento europeo. Con il suo poema didascalico a imitazione delle Georgiche di Virgilio, l'Alamanni inaugurÚ la lunga serie di poemi sulle colture agrarie che si moltiplicheranno nel Sei e Settecento, nessuno dei quali riuscir? tuttavia a raggiungere l'armonia di versificazione e di approfondimento tecnico maneggiati dal poeta e agronomo fiorentino. Adams 410; Gamba, 17. agricoltura-giardini.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
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