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2017-08-14 12:28:50
Kimhi, David
Daniel Bomberg, 5306 (1546)., Venezia. In folio (cm 20 x 29,8) legatura mezza pergamena moderna, cc (143), 18 fascicoli da 8 cc, rinforzi marginali alle prime due cc, con poca perdita di testo. Ingiallimenti e bruniture, marginalia coevi. Carta forte e sana. Frontespizio con cornice architettonica: Tempio di Gerusalemme con versetto in caratteri ebraici che recita: Pi? grande sar? la gloria di questa casa, dice il Signore degli eserciti. La seconda parte del Sefer Miklol, ? Sefer Hashorashim, ovvero le radici dei vocaboli ebrei disposti in ordine alfabetico secondo l'alfabeto ebreo, da Aleph a Tau. L'A. presenta una serie di passi biblici che illustrano i modi in cui questi radicali sono usati in contesti diversi con diverse sfumature di significato . David Kimhi (anche Kimchi or Qimchi) (1160-1235), noto pure con l'acronimo ebreo di RaDak, nacque a Narbona in Provenza e fu rabbino, esegeta biblico, filosofo, grammatico. Assai stimato per i commenti ai Profeti, la sua opera verte in modo specifico sul linguaggio, la vocalizzazione, la tradizione rabbinica della lettura, grammatica e significato letterale dei vocaboli. Grammatico di fama, si dedic? anche alla filosofia e alla scienza. Solo un esemplare censito in COPAC per quest'opera del Bomberg (Venezia 1515 - 1523). Editore e tipografo, figlio di Cornelius, nato ad Anversa nel 1483 (il nome fiammingo era Daniel van Bomberghen), dopo il 1508 si rec? a Venezia, dove rimase fino al 1538, secondo il Dizionario dei tipografi, o fino al 1546, secondo il Dizionario biografico degli italiani. Di religione cristiana, divenne edito … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bosio [Magliano Alpi, CN, Italy]
2017-08-14 12:24:59
Kimhi, David
Daniel Bomberg, 5306 (1546)., Venezia. In folio (cm 20 x 29,8) legatura mezza pergamena moderna, cc (143), 18 fascicoli da 8 cc, rinforzi marginali alle prime due cc, con poca perdita di testo. Ingiallimenti e bruniture, marginalia coevi. Carta forte e sana. Frontespizio con cornice architettonica: Tempio di Gerusalemme con versetto in caratteri ebraici che recita: Pi? grande sar? la gloria di questa casa, dice il Signore degli eserciti. La seconda parte del Sefer Miklol, ? Sefer Hashorashim, ovvero le radici dei vocaboli ebrei disposti in ordine alfabetico secondo l'alfabeto ebreo, da Aleph a Tau. L'A. presenta una serie di passi biblici che illustrano i modi in cui questi radicali sono usati in contesti diversi con diverse sfumature di significato . David Kimhi (anche Kimchi or Qimchi) (1160-1235), noto pure con l'acronimo ebreo di RaDak, nacque a Narbona in Provenza e fu rabbino, esegeta biblico, filosofo, grammatico. Assai stimato per i commenti ai Profeti, la sua opera verte in modo specifico sul linguaggio, la vocalizzazione, la tradizione rabbinica della lettura, grammatica e significato letterale dei vocaboli. Grammatico di fama, si dedic? anche alla filosofia e alla scienza. Solo un esemplare censito in COPAC per quest'opera del Bomberg (Venezia 1515 - 1523). Editore e tipografo, figlio di Cornelius, nato ad Anversa nel 1483 (il nome fiammingo era Daniel van Bomberghen), dopo il 1508 si rec? a Venezia, dove rimase fino al 1538, secondo il Dizionario dei tipografi, o fino al 1546, secondo il Dizionario biografico degli italiani. Di religione cristiana, divenne edito … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bosio [Magliano Alpi, CN, Italy]
2017-08-13 18:34:50
Sichem, Christoffel van I (1546-1624)
- Portrait of Jean Francois le Petit (1546-1614?) historian of Holland and Zeeland, notary at Middelburg. Plate used as frontispiece for 'La grande chronique ancienne et moderne, the Hollande, Zelande, Westfrise, Utrecht, Friesland, Overyssel & Groeningen, jusque a la fin de l'an 1600' Dordrecht, Jacob Canin, 1601. Inscribed above: 'AET 56 / ANAG. / Jaten ci la fin / et repos. / PETIT A PETIT', signed on the bottom right: 'Christof: van Sichem sculp.'; on the front edge of the book: 'Cro. de Hol. et Zee'. Engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 230 x 162 mm; only state; some dirt; Hollstein 27, v. Someren 3240
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2017-08-13 18:34:50
Sichem, Christoffel van I (1546-1624)
"Portrait of Jean Francois le Petit (1546-1614?) historian of Holland and Zeeland, notary at Middelburg. Plate used as frontispiece for 'La grande chronique ancienne et moderne, the Hollande, Zelande, Westfrise, Utrecht, Friesland, Overyssel & Groeningen, jusque a la fin de l'an 1600' Dordrecht, Jacob Canin, 1601. Inscribed above: 'AET 56 / ANAG. / Jaten ci la fin / et repos. / PETIT A PETIT', signed on the bottom right: 'Christof: van Sichem sculp.'; on the front edge of the book: 'Cro. de Hol. et Zee'. "."Engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 230 x 162 mm; only state; some dirt; Hollstein 27, v. Someren 3240 "
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2017-08-07 16:23:11
DIOSCORIDES, Pedanius.
USTC 149757 (1 copy); cf. T. Glick, Medieval science, technology and medicine: an encyclopedia, p. 152; not in Baudrier; Durling; SUDOC; WorldCat. Extremely rare pocket edition of Jean Ruel's translation into Latin of Dioscorides's standard work on pharmacology, the most important botanical book up on to the 16th century. This is the first issue with the date on the title-page saying 1546, colophon 1547. Dioscorides (ca. 40-90 AD), a Greek in the service of the Roman Empire, assembled all that was then known concerning the medicinal uses of plants, animals and minerals, adding information from his own experience accompanying the Roman army to Spain, the Middle East, North Africa and elsewhere, where he came to know many Persian, Indian and other exotic medicines. Though his work appeared in Latin from 1478 and in the original Greek from 1499, the present translation by Jean Ruel was first published at Paris in 1516. "Often considered a herbal, [it] deals with all three natural kingdoms: plant, mineral and animal. It describes all the substances known to Dioscorides that were used as primary ingredients for medicines, and constitutes an encyclopedia on the topic" (Glick).With owner's inscription on title-page and paste-down. Some minor water stains in the gutter and in the margins of some of the first and last leaves, otherwise in good condition. Binding rebacked, as noted, and in very good condition.
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2017-08-04 18:14:53
CORDUS, Valerius.
Adams, C2630; cf. Schelenz, Gesch. pharmazie, pp. 414-416; Voet 1023-1024; for Cordus: DSB III, pp. 413-415. Fourth Plantin edition of the first official city pharmacopoeia by Valerius Cordus, first published posthumously in Nürnberg in 1546 and in 1568 for the first time by Plantin, greatly improved by the Flemish botanist and apothecary Peeter van Coudenberghe (ca. 1517-1599). The present edition is the second to be edited by the great botanist Matthias de Lobel (1538-1616) and the first to include Guillaume Rondelet's De theriaca tractatus.The city of Nürnberg adopted the first edition as the official standard that all city apothecaries were required to follow. The book's influence went far beyond Nürnberg, however, for numerous publishers in several countries produced dozens of editions in the original Latin and in German, Dutch and French translations. Many cities, especially in Germany and the Low Countries, either adopted it as their own standard or used it as a model to write their own pharmacopoeia.With old owners' inscriptions on title-page. Title-page slightly thumbed and some occasional spots. Spine slightly worn. Overall a good copy.
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2017-08-02 13:10:50
Reusner, Nikolaus u. Georg Sabinus.
8. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 1 Bl., 221 S. - Vorgeb. - Chateillon, Sébastien (Bearb.). Sibyllina oracula de graeco in latinum conversa, et in eadem annotationes. Sebastiano Castalione interprete. Basel, Johann Oporinus, 1546. Mit einigen figürl. Holzschn.-Initialen. 12 Bll. (das letzte weiß), 135 S., Etw. späterer Pgmt.-Bd. m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Ad 1) Chronologische Auflistung der römischen Kaiser von Julius Cäsar bis Maximilian II., tlw. mit kurzen biographischen Angaben und am Ende mit einer tabellarischen Übersicht. - Ad 2) Erste lat. Ausgabe der Übersetzung von Chateillon (1515-1563), der seit 1544 in Basel lebte und dort 1553 die Professur für griechische Sprache erhielt. Berühmte Sammlung vermeintlich prophetischer Schriften aus jüdischen, christlichen und anderen Quellen. - Einband leicht berieben u. etw. fleckig. Vorderes Vorsatzbl. m. alt gestrichem Besitzvermerk. Eine Titelzeile von 1) mit einigen alt in Tinte nachgezogenen Buchstaben. Etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - Ad 1) VD16, S 88 Adams R 418 BM STC, German Books 734. - Ad 2) VD16, S 6280 Adams S 1060 Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 461 Schweiger I, 288.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2017-07-27 10:15:44
Guevara, Antonio / Marc Aurel:
Vinegia [Venezia / Venedig]: Comin de Trino di Monferrato, 1546. 183 Blatt. Einfacher Pappband mit handschriftlichem Rückenschild (berieben und bestoßen, auf dem Titelblatt ein alter Besitzvermerk, auf dem Titelblatt verso eine Annotation von alter Hand, sonst gutes und sauberes, nur gelegentlich etwas fleckiges Exemplar). 8°. Brossura semplice con carapace scritto a mano (strofinato e, sulla copertina di un vecchio ingresso della proprietà, sul frontespizio verso un'annotazione da vecchia mano, altrimenti buona e pulita, unica copia a volte scarsamente macchiata) 850 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Dr. Lorenz Kristen [Berlin, Germany]
2017-07-25 23:35:02
Christoffel van Sichem (um 1546-1624)
- Christoffel van Sichem (um 1546 Amsterdam-Amsterdam? 1624). Porträt des George Buchanan (1506-1582). Kupferstich auf Papier. Beschreibung: Kupferstich auf Papier. Porträt und Rahmen jeweils signiert, rechts unten mit Resten eines Sammlungsstempel, verso befindet sich der Sammlungsstempel "G.Ritter von Franck" (Lugt Nr. 1152). Größe/Size: Gesamt: 20,7 x 15,8 cm, Porträt: 11,2 x 8,8 cm. Zustand: 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. Weitere Beschreibung: Vgl. Dipenbroick 4013. Es handelt sich um einen Gesamtpreis inkl. Versandkosten innerhalb der BRD. Umsatzsteuer wird wegen Differenzbesteuerung nach §25a UstG weder erhoben noch ausgewiesen. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Buchprojekt1 - H. W. Fichter Kunsthandel
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2017-07-10 10:59:55
Guevara, Antonio de
First edition as a separate work of this very rare, and early discourse on the art of sailing; the Arte had been previously printed as part of the Libro llamado Menosprecio de Corte (1539), one of the Spanish foremost contributions to literature in the 16th century. The Arte de Marear provides an overview of maritime matters, comprehending the invention and use of the galley, a survey of the mariners of classical antiquity, a discourse on the dangers of the sea, on pirates, a description of the seas and its properties, the provisions the sailor must take before undertaking a voyage, and a very interesting chapter on the barbaric language spoken in Spanish galleys "barbaro lenguaje que hablan en las galeras". Guevara (1480 - 1545) was arguably one of the most prolific and famed Spanish author´s of the 16th century, a member of the courts of Isabel la Catolica and later Charles V. The Menosprecio, or the Arte by itself, were translated into English (A Book of the invention of the art of navigation, London, 1578), French and Italian. Nuncio´s woodcut device to title page, incorporating two flying cranes battling over a fish; printed in black letter. Provenance: Harrison D. Horblit, his bookplate on front pastedown, his sale part II, Sotheby's London, 11 November 1974, lot 496. Frank S. Streeter Library, his bookplate on front pastedown. Belgica Typografica, 1353. Palau, 110393 and 110276 (for the 1539 edition). Peeters-Fontainas, 572.
Bookseller: HS Rare Books
2017-06-27 15:11:31
ERASMUS, Desiderius
Woodcut printer's device on title & verso of final leaf. 43 p.l. (of 44, lacking the final blank), 3-1071 pp. (lacking a1). Thick small folio (331 x 224 mm.), cont. German - probably Augsburg - blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, two fore-edge clasps (see below). Basel: H. Froben & N. Episcopius, 1546. Erasmus's Adagia is an annotated collection of Greek and Latin proverbs. It is amongst the most celebrated of humanist texts, a mine of lore about the ancient world, serving as a kind of encyclopaedia of antiquity. It was constantly printed in many editions and formats. First published in 1500 in Paris, and constantly subject to revision and enlargement (some of it authorial), the Adagia received from the Froben presses their ultimate form: this edition of 1546 is a reprint of the 1539 edition, preserving the large folio format, and is well provided with indexes, a highly necessary tool for the proper use of the book. Vecellio Fore-edge Painting: Erasmus is portrayed in a black robe and hat of a scholar, seated writing at a desk in a study, a red book above. The bottom edges are marbled red-brown, top edges are painted blue. Erasmus's works fell foul of the Inquisition, and his name has been scored out on the title and elsewhere. However the fore-edge, which was after all painted in a private house, escaped the attentions of the censors: what must be seen as a picture of Erasmus is plain for all to see, and the fore-edge is quite clearly lettered vertically ADA[gia] DES. er. rot., the title and Christian name being quite clearly innocuous, whereas the tell-tale er[rasmu … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-06-23 10:19:51
JOSEPHUS FLAVIUS
Lyon, (Lugduni), Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1546. 8vo. 2 volumes: (LXXII index),552,(1 blank),(1 printer's mark); 526,(1 blank),(1 printer's mark) p. 20th century leather 18 cm Omnia quae extant opera vol. 1 & 2: De antiquitatibus Iudaeorum libri XX (Ref: Schreckenberg p. 7, Schreckenberg Supplementband p. 167; Hoffmann 2,450; Graesse 3,481) (Details: These 2 volumes are the volumes 1 & 2 of a 3 volume set 'Omnia quae extant opera', and they contain the complete Latin translation of 'De antiquitatibus Iudaeorum libri XX'. Volume 3, with the remaining works of Josephus, is lacking. On the titles are the printer's mark of Sebastianus Gryphius, depicting a griffin, which mythological animal symbolizes courage, diligence, watchfulness, and rapidity of execution, used as a pun of his family name Gryph or Greif. From the claws of this creature hangs a big rectangular stone, symbolizing Constancy, beneath which is a winged globe, symbolizing Fortune. The motto is 'Virtute duce / comite fortuna', 'Virtue thy leader, fortune thy comrade', a quote from a letter of Cicero to Plancus (Epistulae ad Familiares, liber X,3). On the last page of both volumes a woodcut griffin) (Condition: Old leather binding covered with untanned leather. Binding with traces of wear. Front hinge of volume 1 cracking. Flyleaves absent. Both pastedowns of volume 2 renewed. Titles somewhat soiled, and with a small inscription. A name on the first title neatly erased. Small paper label on the title of volume 2. Small tear in title of volume 2 because of overstretch in the margin. Occasional old and small ink underlini … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta
2017-06-20 12:25:13
HULSIUS, Levinus.
VD17 12, 123740T (8 copies); for Hulsius: NBW X, cols. 273-288. Second and enlarged edition of a general overview of the of the monetary system and biographies of all the Roman Emperors until Rudolf II, by Levinus Hulsius (ca. 1546-1606), a publisher, author, translator and compilation, mathematician, teacher and man of letters. A Calvinist born in Ghent, he fled Spanish persecution to Heidelberg, Frankenthal and Nürnberg where he had a wide-ranging career and published on many subjects. The work was first published in 1597 and soon followed by several other editions.Binding slightly rubbed, slightly damaged at bottom of spine; with woodcut medal of Saint Peter stamped on title-page; a few slight stains. In good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
BELON, Pierre.
Ibrahim-Hilmy, p. 61; Nissen, ZBI 304; cf. Atabey 93; Blackmer 115. First edition of Belon's Observations, the fruit of his extensive travels in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria from 1546 to 1549. Piere Belon (ca. 1518-1564), famous for his works on ornithology, was attached as naturalist to the French embassy to the Ottoman Empire, aimed at convincing Suleiman the Magnificent to join forces against Charles V. Unlike many contemporary travel writers, Belon does not elaborate on extraordinary travel adventures, but rather limits himself to detailed observations on mammals, fish, snakes, birds, plants and the manners and customs of the peoples he encountered, only commenting on what he had witnessed himself. The narrative includes valuable observations on Mount Athos, the pyramids and mummies of Egypt, Mount Sinai, Damascus and the Ottoman culture (with an account of the consumption of opium). With contemporary owner's inscription and annotations. Title-page slightly shaved and somewhat dirty, the folding map with light waterstains. In very good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
BELON, Pierre.
Adams B-564; Ibrahim-Hilmy, p. 61; Nissen, ZBI 304; Tobler, pp. 72-73; USTC 6761; cf. Atabey 93 (2nd edition); Blackmer 115 (same copy); Hage Chahine 393 (later ed.); for the author: Dictionnaire des orientalistes, pp. 75-76. Third edition of Belon's Observations, the fruit of his extensive travels in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria from 1546 to 1549. Piere Belon (ca. 1518-1564), famous for his works on ornithology, was attached as naturalist to the French embassy to the Ottoman Empire, aimed at convincing Suleiman the Magnificent to join forces against Charles V. Unlike many contemporary travel writers, Belon does not elaborate on extraordinary travel adventures, but rather limits himself to detailed observations on mammals, fish, snakes, birds, plants and the manners and customs of the peoples he encountered, only commenting on what he had witnessed himself.With printed description from a sale catalogue on pastedown, slightly browned, some light waterstains, folding plate mounted. Binding slightly soiled, turn-ins partly detached from boards, spine damaged at the foot, boards slightly bowed. Overall in very good condition.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV
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2017-06-18 00:00:00
BELON, Pierre.
1546. Ibrahim-Hilmy, p. 61; Nissen, ZBI 304; cf. Atabey 93; Blackmer 115. First edition of Belon's Observations, the fruit of his extensive travels in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria from 1546 to 1549. Piere Belon (ca. 1518-1564), famous for his works on ornithology, was attached as naturalist to the French embassy to the Ottoman Empire, aimed at convincing Suleiman the Magnificent to join forces against Charles V. Unlike many contemporary travel writers, Belon does not elaborate on extraordinary travel adventures, but rather limits himself to detailed observations on mammals, fish, snakes, birds, plants and the manners and customs of the peoples he encountered, only commenting on what he had witnessed himself. The narrative includes valuable observations on Mount Athos, the pyramids and mummies of Egypt, Mount Sinai, Damascus and the Ottoman culture (with an account of the consumption of opium). With contemporary owner's inscription and annotations. Title-page slightly shaved and somewhat dirty, the folding map with light waterstains. In very good condition. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-18 00:00:00
BELON, Pierre.
Adams B-564; Ibrahim-Hilmy, p. 61; Nissen, ZBI 304; Tobler, pp. 72-73; USTC 6761; cf. Atabey 93 (2nd edition); Blackmer 115 (same copy); Hage Chahine 393 (later ed.); for the author: Dictionnaire des orientalistes, pp. 75-76. Third edition of Belon's Observations, the fruit of his extensive travels in Greece, Turkey, Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon and Syria from 1546 to 1549. Piere Belon (ca. 1518-1564), famous for his works on ornithology, was attached as naturalist to the French embassy to the Ottoman Empire, aimed at convincing Suleiman the Magnificent to join forces against Charles V. Unlike many contemporary travel writers, Belon does not elaborate on extraordinary travel adventures, but rather limits himself to detailed observations on mammals, fish, snakes, birds, plants and the manners and customs of the peoples he encountered, only commenting on what he had witnessed himself.With printed description from a sale catalogue on pastedown, slightly browned, some light waterstains, folding plate mounted. Binding slightly soiled, turn-ins partly detached from boards, spine damaged at the foot, boards slightly bowed. Overall in very good condition. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM BV [Houten, Netherlands]
2017-06-14 12:51:16
ALAMANNI Luigi.
Ruberto Stephano, 1546. in-4, cc 154, ccnn 4, leg. m. perg. '700 con doppio tass. al d. Marca tipogr. al front. inc. in rame. Gamba 17. Brunet I, 125. Con 4 picc. fori di tarlo al front. abilmente restaurati, complessivamente belliss. esempl. a larghi margini.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Scriptorium
2017-06-08 15:49:17
TEIVE, Diogo de (Jacobo TEVIO).
- 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.Only very slightly browned with some occasional, mostly marginal, minor foxing and a few small stains. Binding rubbed along the extremities, slightly damaged at the corners and with a water stain on the back board, rebacked, as noted above. Overall in very good condition.
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2017-06-04 14:42:33
TEIVE, Diogo de (Jacobo TEVIO).
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.Only very slightly browned with some occasional, mostly marginal, minor foxing and a few small stains. Binding rubbed along the extremities, slightly damaged at the corners and with a water stain on the back board, rebacked, as noted above. Overall in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)
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2017-06-02 09:48:26
Ochino Bernardino
1546. OCHINO BERNARDINO: RISPOSTA DI MESSER BERNARDINO OCHINO ALLE FALSE CALUMNIE, ET IMPIE BIASTEMMIE DI FRATE AMBROSIO CATHARINO. Senza luogo, impresso nel 1546. UNITO CON: ESPOSITIONE DI MESSER BERNARDINO OCHINO SOPRA LA EPISTOLA DI PAULO AI GALATI. Senza luogo, impresso nel 1546. Due opere in un volume in 16mo, legatura settecentesca in piena pelle con dorso e cornici dorate ai piatti, ALLE ARMI DI PAPA PIO SESTO ad entrambi i piatti, carte numerate 40-87. Rarissimo insieme di due edizioni originali di Ochino, arricchite da legatura papale. Qualche fioritura sparsa, tenui tracce d'acqua all'ultima carta della seconda opera ma bell'esemplare. Di estrema rarità. ENG: RISPOSTA DI MESSER BERNARDINO OCHINO ALLE FALSE CALUMNIE, ET IMPIE BIASTEMMIE DI FRATE AMBROSIO CATHARINO. "Sir Bernardino Ochino's answer to the false calumnies and blashpemies of brother Ambrosio Catharino". Without place, published in 1546. UNITO CON: ESPOSITIONE DI MESSER BERNARDINO OCHINO SOPRA LA EPISTOLA DI PAULO AI GALATI "Together with: Exposition of Sir Bernardino Ochino about Paul's letter to Galatians" Without place, published in 1546 as well. Two works in 1 volume in 16mo, XVIII century binding, full leather with gilt borders and spine, with GILT ARMS OF POPE PIUS VI on both boards, 1st work is A8 - E8, 2nd work A8 - M7. Pages are numbered only on the front, 40 - 87. Very rare collection of two original editions of Ochino, enriched by papal binding. Some foxing, slight signs of watering in the last page of the second work, but still a very good copy. Extremely rare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Henry Pordes Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2017-06-01 20:01:48
GARDINER, STEPHEN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-06-01 20:01:48
GARDINER, STEPHEN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2017-05-25 23:50:11
GARDINER, STEPHEN
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2017-05-22 01:29:54
TEIVE, Diogo de (Jacobo TEVIO).
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 restore … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
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