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        D. Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Constantinopolitani in sanctu Iesu Christi Evangelium secundum Joannem comenarii, diligenter ab Arrianorum faecibus purgati, & in lucem in sacrae paginate tyronum gratiam modò recèns sub minori forma aediti. Joan IIII. [with]: ... Marcum & Lucam.

      Paris:: Apud Mathurinum Dupuys... Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547.. Two parts in one. Small 8vo. 283, [1], 79 ff. Woodcut initial letters, printed marginalia, index. Original full historiated pigskin with brass clasps, manuscript spine title. Stamp on title: Ad Biblioth[èque]. Conv. Franc., with related manuscript inscription at head of title. AS IS: heavily wormed throughout. Very rare (no copies located). Part of the commentaries, or homilies, on the Bible, this part being the Book of John, the fourth Gospel, and including, in the second part, the Books of Mark and Luke. Another part printed separately (not present here), contains commentaries on the book of Matthew [pagination [8], 276ff.]. ¶ John Chrysostom, c. 349 – 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. “Chrysostom's extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles.” – Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia. ¶ WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Pública de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain.

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        D. Ioannis Chrysostomi Episcopi Constantinopolitani in sanctu Iesu Christi Evangelium secundum Joannem comenarii, diligenter ab Arrianorum faecibus purgati, & in lucem in sacrae paginate tyronum gratiam modò recèns sub minori forma aediti. Joan IIII. [with]: . Marcum & Lucam.

      Apud Mathurinum Dupuys. Sylvestris & Frobenii, 1547., Paris: - Two parts in one. Small 8vo. 283, [1], 79 ff. Woodcut initial letters, printed marginalia, index. Original full historiated pigskin with brass clasps, manuscript spine title. Stamp on title: Ad Biblioth[èque]. Conv. Franc., with related manuscript inscription at head of title. AS IS: heavily wormed throughout. Very rare (no copies located). Part of the commentaries, or homilies, on the Bible, this part being the Book of John, the fourth Gospel, and including, in the second part, the Books of Mark and Luke. Another part printed separately (not present here), contains commentaries on the book of Matthew [pagination [8], 276ff.]. John Chrysostom, c. 349 – 407, Archbishop of Constantinople, was also a prolific writer and his homilies are well known. "Chrysostom’s extant homiletical works are vast, including many hundreds of exegetical homilies on both the New Testament (especially the works of Saint Paul) and the Old Testament (particularly on Genesis). Among his extant exegetical works are sixty-seven homilies on Genesis, fifty-nine on the Psalms, ninety on the Gospel of Matthew, eighty-eight on the Gospel of John, and fifty-five on the Acts of the Apostles." – Wikip. & Catholic Encyclopaedia. WorldCat records 2 copies of the second part only: Red de Lectura Pública de Euskadi, Spain; Universitat de Barcelona. CRAI, Spain.

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        Chiromantia. 1 Physiognomia, ex aspectu membrorum Hominis. 2 Periaxiomata de faciebus Signorum. 3 Canones astrologici, de judiciis Aegritudinum. 4 Astrologia Naturalis. 5 Complexionum notitia, iuxta dominium Planetarum

      Petrum Drouart 1547 - Plein vélin pastiche Un volume in-12 (156x98 mm), 111-(1) feuillets. . Salissures, Trois derniers feuillets restaurés en marge Rare édition du seizième siècle du traité d'Indagine, le plus recherché des livres de chiromancie et de physiognomonie. Les deux dernières parties sont consacrées à l'astrologie et à l'influence des planètes. Richement illustré avec 82 bois in texte. Cantamessa [II, 3889] ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Full vellum, antic style 12mo (156x98 mm), 111-(1) leave . Soiled. Three last leave repared in margin Rare edition of the sixteenth century of this treaty of Indagine, one of the most wanted books on palmistry and physiognomy. The last two parts are devoted to astrology and the influence of the planets. Richly illustrated with 82 woodcuts in text. Cantamessa [II, 3889] In 12 / 12mo 152g. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Il Profeta Geremia

      1547 - Bulino, 1547, firmato in basso sulla destra "NB. LOTARINGUS .F.", inscritto sul piedistallo HIEREMIAS MICH.ANG. PINXIT IN VATICANO.Secondo stato finale, con l’excudit di Lafreri in basso a destra: ANT. LAFRERI/ SEQUANUS. EXCUD. ROMAE/ 1547. Da un soggetto di Michelangelo. La figura riproduce fedelmente, e nello stesso verso, il celebre affresco di Michelangelo nella volta della Cappella Sistina in Vaticano. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificabile, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ex collezione Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Engraving, 1547, signed lower right: 'NB LOTARINGVS F', inscribed with publisher's address and dated below: 'ANT LAFRERI/SEQVANVS EXCVD ROMAE/1547' and lettered under the figure on a a tablet: 'HIEREMIAS/MICH ANG PINXIT IN VATICANO'. After Michelangelo. The engraving reproduces the prophet Jeremiah, after Michelangelo's fresco on the Sisitine ceiling A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, unidentified watermark, generally in very good condition. Ex collection Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Bartsch XV.244.10; TIB,10, 24 p.252; S. Bianchi in Grafica d’Arte, XIV,54 , p. 4 n. 3. Dimensioni 293 423mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Di Ovidio le Metamorphosi, cioe trasmutationi, tradotte dal latino diligentemente in volgar verso, con le sue allegorie, significationi, & dichiarationi delle favole in prosa. Aggiontovi novamente la sua tavola, dove piu facilmente si potrà trovare tutti i capitoli, con le sue figure appropiate, a suoi luoghi con ordine poste. Et di nuovo corretto

      In Venetia, ristampato, & di nuouo ricorreto ad instantia, & spese del nobel homo misier Federico Torresano, 1547. In 8° piccolo, piena perg. coeva, tit. calligrafato al dorso, 165 cc numerate-5nndi Tavole. Frontespizio in rosso e nero figurato, greca xilografata che racchiude il titolo, piccolo ritratto xilografato del poeta al centro. Rara edizione figurata adorna di numerose scene incise in xilografia n.t. (cm. 7x12 circa). Le cc. 113,115,163 cartulate per errore 103,111,146. Il nome del traduttore Nicolo degli Agostini si evince nel colophon ('Composto per Nicolo degli Augustini') (Cfr. Brunet, Manuel du libraire, Vol. 4 col. 293-294.). Lavoretti di tarlo abilmente restaurati al front.e alle ultime 2 cc. Es. rifilato al margine superiore ai limiti dei capitoli stampati , qualche tenue alone alle ultime carte.

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        C. Cornelii Taciti opera quae exstant. Ex Iusti Lipsi editione ultima: & com eiusdem ad ea omnia commentariis aut notis. Scripta & addita ab eodem singulis libris breviaria valdè ad memoriam et Historiae lucem.

      Folio (34 x 22 cm). Mit 3 wiederh. Holzschnitt-Druckermarken u. zahlr. ornamentalen Initialen sowie 1 gef. Stammtafel. 6 Bl., 251 S., 4 Bl., 187 S. 4 Bl. 48 S., 11 Bl. Pgt. d. Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Farbschnitt. Sorgeloos 413-416. - 3. Tacitus-Ausgabe bei Plantin mit Kommentar und Noten des Justus Lipsius (1547-1606). Liber commentarius und notae weisen jeweils eigenes Titelbl. u. eigene Paginierung auf. Gedruckt in Leiden. - Pergament fleckig, im Rande teils etw. wasserrandig u. gelegentlich fleckig, kl. Eckabriß unten am Vorwortbl. Zahlreiche zeitgenössische Tintenmarginalien.

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        DE I DETTI ET FATTI MEMORABILI. Tradotti di (sic) latino in toscano da Giorgio Dati fiorentino.

      1547. Venezia Michele Tramezzino 1547 16° Pagine 1 carta bianca + 24 non numerate + 300 + 1 carta bianca. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena. Titolo in oro al dorso su tassello. Lievissime obreggiature alle prime carte. Per il resto ottima copia fresca e croccante. Prima edizione di questa traduzione del Dati il quale fu uno dei migliori traduttori in assoluto anche delle opere di Tacito. Cfr: Tinto, Tramezzino, 47 Paitoni IV, pp. 143-44.

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        Lettioni d'Academici fiorentini sopra Dante. Libro primo.

      (Stampate in Fiorenza : appresso il Doni, a di xxviij del mese di Giugno 1547). In 8, p. [6] 9-110 [2], emblema inciso sul front., marca tip. all'ultima p., leg. coeva in piena perg. morbida con sguardia post. sostituita (con carta moderna), lieve alone al margine inf. delle ultime carte. Due antiche ed interessanti, per l'importanza della famiglia a cui fa riferimento il cognome, note di possesso manoscritte ("Camillo Gonzaga" sulla pergamena del piatto ant. e "1730 di [Piero?] Soranzo"). Es. particolarmente fresco ad ampi margini. - Ediz. orig. Non risultano essere stati pubblicati altri libri. Contiene le lezioni di F. de' Vieri, G. B. da Cerreto, C. Bartoli, P. F. Giambullari, G. B. Gelli, G. Strozzi, M. Tanci. Buone condizioni

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        De le Lettere di M. Claudio Tolomei Lib. sette con una breve dichiarazione in fine di tutto l'ordine de l'Ortografia di questa opera.

      1547. In Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547. PRIMA edizione. In 4to (cm. 21,5); pergamena rigida del Settecento; grande marca tipografica al frontespizio; pp. (2), 234, (12). Bongi, Annali di G. Giolito, p. 201: E' uno dei più bei libri stampati dal Giolito in forma di quarto. Molte delle lettere sono indirizzate a celebri umanisti del tempo, tra cui ricordiamo Luigi Alamanni, Pietro Aretino, Annibal Caro, Bernardino Ochino, Paolo Manuzio, Angelo Firenzuola, Francesco Guicciardini. Importante è la lettera a Gabriel Cesano del 20 giugno 1544, nella quale Tolomei espone all'amico il suo progetto di una grande città da costruirsi sulla cima del promontorio del Monte Argentario. Il progetto, illustrato da una figura in legno, doveva essere accompagnato da un intervento di bonifica della zona maremmana e fu piu' volte riesaminato fino alla fine dell'Ottocento. Axs

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        Zinne-poppen; alle verciert met rijmen, en sommighe met proze: door zijn dochter Anne Roemers.Amsterdam, Sander Wybrantz. and Andries Vink, 1678. With engraved title-page, an engraved emblem on the back of A5, and 193 engraved emblems by Claes Jansz. Visscher.With: (2) VISSCHER, Roemer. Brabbelingh. By hem selven oversien, en meer als de helft vermeerdert.Amsterdam, Johannes van Ravesteyn, 1669. 2 works in 1 volume. 12mo. Contemporary vellum.

      - Landwehr, Emblem and fable books 875; Praz, p. 530; De Vries, Emblemata 57. Ad 1: Fourth edition of a popular and witty Dutch emblem book written by Roemer Visscher (1547-1620). The work consists of 3 series of 60 emblems, each with a motto in Latin of Dutch, a two-line verse below, and a short explanation on the facing page. The emblems are representative for the Dutch engraver Claes Jansz. Visscher (1586-1652): instead of the usual mythological iconography of traditional emblems, Visscher takes simple objects or subjects from daily life and sets them in their natural environment, and with a perfectly chosen arrangement or action he directly comes to his point in a clear, yet entertaining way. The present edition is a later edition of the one edited by Visscher's daughter: Anna Roemer Visscher (1583-1651). Anna enlarged her father's work with 10 emblems called the Minne-poppen, or emblems of love, and also added a 2-line distich. Ad 2: Second edition of a poetic work by Roemer Visscher, containing the poems he wrote in his youth. The title, Brabbelingh can be translated as "gibberish" or "baby-talk". The work is divided into several parts, each dealing with a different kind of poetry, some are from his very early youth, others are laudatory poems, epigrams, riddles, lamentations etc. Included at the end are several poems by Visscher's friend Hendrick Laurensz. Spieghel (1549-1612). All the poems are rather unpolished and sometimes quite rude; however, they do mirror the daily life in Amsterdam during the last decades of the sixteenth century.With the bookplate of Garmt Stuiveling on pastedown and bookplate of H. Boekenoogen on flyleaf. A small marginal restoration on page 52, some pencil notations, and a few small spots. Overall a very good copy.

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        Ordonnances et édits

      Meeting 5 royal decrees on various topics. 1 / deed Edict by the King against all meurdres and assassinementz being committed daily in the kingdom on Friday, quinziesme Moys of July 1547. Vignette title with the royal arms. 2 / New Order of King Henry deuxiesme of the name, commited: The fifteenth day of November, Mil quarente five hundred seven: the deed of the gendarmerie. 3 / Seconds letters patent of King Henry the Second of that name on the deed of Francz fiefz & new acquestz throughout the kingdom of France, published by sound of trumpet & cry in public hubs this city of Paris, the day unzieme January, one thousand five hundred forty Sept. 4 / Ordonnaces faictes by roy on the deed of the gendarmerie, viures and ammunition icelle. Vignette with the royal arms. 5 / Orders & edicts of King Henry the estats major prevostz, Eschevins & other charges & estatz cities of France. Published trial in the court of parliament Paris, XXVIII day of November, MDXLVII. Vellum time, probably reuse. You should know that this is the time of Francis I and Henry II that organizes definitely absolutist royal power, orders in all areas are evidence of a king running his kingdom. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! pour Jehan André, Charles l'Angelié à Paris 1547, 1548 in-8 (16x11cm) 4f., 8f., 4f., 8f., 4f. relié

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        ISOLARIO DI BENEDETTO BORDONE NEL QUAL SI RAGIONA DI TUTTE L'ISOLE DEL MONDO.... RICORETO, & DI NUOUO RISTAMPATO

      Venice: Federico Toresano, 1547. [10],74 leaves. Titlepage printed in red and black, with ornamental woodcut border, woodcut initials throughout. Full-page diagram of a world map and windroses; four woodcut double-page or folding maps; four smaller double- page maps; 103 other woodcut maps and plans scattered through the text. Small folio. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. Vellum somewhat wrinkled, with a few small tears along edges and spine. 18th century library shelf label on spine. Occasional faint foxing, small patch of dampstaining at fore-edge of rear leaves. Very good, in original condition. First Aldine edition, and third overall, of Benedetto Bordone's important geographical compendium with early New World maps, containing a second printing of the earliest description in book form of Pizarro's conquest of Peru. Benedetto Bordone was born in Padua and worked in Venice as a geographer, cartographer, illuminator, and wood-engraver. It is believed that he was the creator of the first globe printed in Italy. First published by Nicolò d'Aristotile detto Zoppino in 1528 under the title LIBRO DI BENEDETTO BORDONE NEL QUAL SI RAGIONA DE TUTTE L'ISOLE DEL MONDO. The second edition printed in 1534, also by Zoppino, reused the same woodblocks for the maps, but appeared with a different title. This Aldine edition kept the title of the second edition but used different woodblocks for the cuts. This work offers an illustrated guide to islands and peninsulas of the western ocean and New World, the Mediterranean, the Indian Ocean, and the Far East. As a cartographic form, Bordone's ISOLARIO derives from two manuscript prototypes, Buondelmonti's LIBER INSULARUM ARCHIPELAGI of 1420 and Da Li Sonetti's ISOLARIO of about 1485, whose maps were also drawn with eight windrays to establish orientation. Ptolemy's GEOGRAPHIA and nautical charts of the period are another source. This work is notable for its wide scope, spreading beyond the European/Western bounds of the well-known into the newly discovered areas in the Americas. In addition to text which includes information on Pizarro's triumph in Peru, the maps of the area are also particularly important. The map of the unnamed north coast of South America represents an early close illustration of what the Spanish referred to as "Terra Firma" and what would later comprise a large portion of the Spanish Main. Only four place names are given on the mainland: "Chanchite," "Cuztana," "Mazatambal," and "Paria," located in the Guianas. To the north lie Jamaica and Hispaniola, along with a cluster of other, most likely fictional, islands. The surrounding text describes Columbus' forays in the region, a menacing island of cannibals, and more. The West Indies and other islands off the coast of the Americas are treated in considerable detail. Jamaica, Hispaniola, Cuba, Guadeloupe, and Martinique are each represented in a separate map, while two additional maps of island groups show Antigua, St. Martin, Santo Domingo, Rodonda, Montserrat, a fictional island representation of Brazil, and others. Like many works of this genre, the text includes lengthy treatments of each island, complete with brief histories and fantastical myths. The famous oval world map shows all of the known regions of the globe. Europe, Africa, and Asia Major are clearly labeled; but North and South America remain "terra del laboratore" and "ponete modo novo (part of the new world)" respectively, despite following by forty years Martin Waldseemüller's assertion that the new lands ought to be called "America" after Amerigo Vespucci. A lovely Aldine edition of this important work of American cartography. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 547/2. HARRISSE BAV 275. PHILLIPS, ATLASES 164. CHURCH 86. JCB (3) I:149. RENOUARD 143:7. MORTIMER, ITALIAN 16th CENTURY BOOKS 82 (note). SABIN 6421.

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        Due orazioni in lingua toscana Accusa contra Leon secretario di secreti rilevati Difesa

      

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        ISOLARIO DI BENEDETTO BORDONE NEL QUAL SI RAGIONA DI TUTTE L'ISOLE DEL MONDO.... RICORETO, & DI NUOUO RISTAMPATO

      Venice: Federico Toresano, 1547. [10],74 leaves. Titlepage printed in red and black, with ornamental woodcut border, woodcut initials throughout. Full-page diagram of a world map and windroses; four woodcut double-page or folding maps; four smaller double- page maps; 103 other woodcut maps and plans scattered through the text. Small folio. Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript spine title. Vellum somewhat wrinkled, with a few small tears along edges and spine. 18th century library shelf label on spine. Occasional faint foxing, small patch of dampstaining at fore-edge of rear leaves. Very good, in original condition. First Aldine edition, and third overall, of Benedetto Bordone's important geographical compendium with early New World maps, containing a second printing of the earliest description in book form of Pizarro's conquest of Peru. Benedetto Bordone was born in Padua and worked in Venice as a geographer, cartographer, illuminator, and wood-engraver. It is believed that he was the creator of the first globe printed in Italy. First published by Nicolò d'Aristotile detto Zoppino in 1528 under the title LIBRO DI BENEDETTO BORDONE NEL QUAL SI RAGIONA DE TUTTE L'ISOLE DEL MONDO. The second edition printed in 1534, also by Zoppino, reused the same woodblocks for the maps, but appeared with a different title. This Aldine edition kept the title of the second edition but used different woodblocks for the cuts. This work offers an illustrated guide to islands and peninsulas of the western ocean and New World, the Mediterranean, the Indian Ocean, and the Far East. As a cartographic form, Bordone's ISOLARIO derives from two manuscript prototypes, Buondelmonti's LIBER INSULARUM ARCHIPELAGI of 1420 and Da Li Sonetti's ISOLARIO of about 1485, whose maps were also drawn with eight windrays to establish orientation. Ptolemy's GEOGRAPHIA and nautical charts of the period are another source. This work is notable for its wide scope, spreading beyond the European/Western bounds of the well-known into the newly discovered areas in the Americas. In addition to text which includes information on Pizarro's triumph in Peru, the maps of the area are also particularly important. The map of the unnamed north coast of South America represents an early close illustration of what the Spanish referred to as "Terra Firma" and what would later comprise a large portion of the Spanish Main. Only four place names are given on the mainland: "Chanchite," "Cuztana," "Mazatambal," and "Paria," located in the Guianas. To the north lie Jamaica and Hispaniola, along with a cluster of other, most likely fictional, islands. The surrounding text describes Columbus' forays in the region, a menacing island of cannibals, and more. The West Indies and other islands off the coast of the Americas are treated in considerable detail. Jamaica, Hispaniola, Cuba, Guadeloupe, and Martinique are each represented in a separate map, while two additional maps of island groups show Antigua, St. Martin, Santo Domingo, Rodonda, Montserrat, a fictional island representation of Brazil, and others. Like many works of this genre, the text includes lengthy treatments of each island, complete with brief histories and fantastical myths. The famous oval world map shows all of the known regions of the globe. Europe, Africa, and Asia Major are clearly labeled; but North and South America remain "terra del laboratore" and "ponete modo novo (part of the new world)" respectively, despite following by forty years Martin Waldseemüller's assertion that the new lands ought to be called "America" after Amerigo Vespucci. A lovely Aldine edition of this important work of American cartography. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 547/2. HARRISSE BAV 275. PHILLIPS, ATLASES 164. CHURCH 86. JCB (3) I:149. RENOUARD 143:7. MORTIMER, ITALIAN 16th CENTURY BOOKS 82 (note). SABIN 6421.

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        De ligni sancti multiplici medicina, & vini exhibitione, libri quatuor. / Syphilis sive morbus gallicus. Cum indice locupletissimo.

      Lyon: J. Frellon, 1547. 3rd Edition. Hardcover. FERRI, Alfonso. De ligni sancti multiplici medicina, & vini exhibitione, libri quatuor. [With:] FRACASTORO, Girolamo. Syphilis sive morbus gallicus. Cum indice locupletissimo. Lyon: J. Frellon, 1547. 16mo (118 x 81 mm). 168, [56] pp. Signatures: A-O8. Printer's device on title. Contemporary limp vellum (soiled), spine titled in script. Text only little browned, very minor occasional spotting and faint marginal dampstaining towards the end, final leaf with hole at lower margin touching catchword. A few faint marginalia in contemporary hand. Provenance: Francois Moutier, M.D. (ex-libris on first flyleaf). A good, crisp copy of a very rare edition. ----Fulton 9; NLM/Durling 1510; Wellcome I, 2244; Waller 3008. The 3rd collected edition (first printed 1539 in Paris) of the two works by Ferri and Fracastoro on syphilis. Ferri's lignum sanctum was an American tree, Guaiacum, that was reputed to cure the morbus gallicus, or syphilis. Ferri's treatise, first printed 1537 in Rome by Blado, proved popular and later editions were sometimes, as here, issued together with Fracastoro's poetic treatise on syphilis, first published in 1530 (the second edition of 1531 was printed by Blado). Ferri was physician to Paul III, whose arms appear on the title-page. This edition is very rare at auction with only one copy sold in the past 50 years (Sotheby's 1973). Very Good.

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        Comites ac duces Wirtembergici inclyt. Et illustriss. Pr. Dr. Friderici.

      Artist: Albizzi Antonio ( - 1626 ) Augsburg; issued in : Strassburg; date: 1600 1547 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: colored; size (in cm): 51 x 39 - description: Double page of the family tree of all royals of Baden. Wirtenberg, Germany. On the bottom of the tree a total view of Stuttgard the capital city of Baden Wirtemberg. - vita of the artist: The Italian jurist and genealogist Albizzi was born in Florence in 1547. Little is known of his life. In 1576 he was in the service of Cardinal-Archduke Andreas of Austria. In 1585 he converted to Lutheranism. From 1608 on he spent the rest of his life in the Protestant Imperial City of Kempten (Bavaria), where he died in 1626.

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        Anno tricesimo septimo Henrici octaui. The acte concernyng the Subsidie graunted of the Temporaltee. S.T.C. 9414.9. Folio in 6's; sixteen unnumbered leaves

      In aedibus Thomae Bertheleti . . . Anno MDXLVII. The seemingly unique copy of the printed subsidy act of Henry VIII's final parliament, its original not enrolled nor surviving, one which "brought in more money than any other of Henry's reign"; no copy in ESTC nor Beale, one in STC (this copy). Modern 1/4 calf over marbled boards, gilt, a bit dusty and the occasional ink stain, else well preserved with ample margins; the Taussig copy. In aedibus Thomae Bertheleti . . . Anno MDXLVII, London, 1547.

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        Orlando Furioso

      appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari .  (Venice), bound.A handsome illustrated edition and one of the first printed by Gabriele Giolito de Ferrari, dedicated to the Dauphin of France. It has a superb engraved title with Giolito's printer's device (a phoenix being reborn from its ashes on a globe marked with the printer's initials), 56 attractive woodcuts and numerous large ornate capitals, as well as a portrait of Ariosto after Titian in a medallion at the end of the poem, and two states of the printer's device.The end of the work is made up of a vocabulary of obscure words and an explanation of the difficult passages in the work compiled by Lodovico Dolce, with a separate title and not included in the pagination. Giolito published more than twenty books in thirteen years of printing - this is the third edition of this work, the first appearing in 1542 and the second in 1543.Printed in round Roman type, double column.Late 17th or early 18th century red morocco, spine richly gilt in six compartments, one compartment marked with "lettres rondes [round Roman type]". Covers with a frame of triple gilt fillets, gilt roulette frame to insides of covers, all edges gilt. Binding a little rubbed, faint dampstaining to end of volume.A handsome copy in a lovely red morocco binding.   appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari In Vinegia (Venise) 1547 in-8 (10,5x16cm) 227 ff. (29f.) - Sig.A-Z 8 Aa-Ff8 *-***8 relié

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        Rime di M. Girolamo Parabosco.

      In 12mo, pergamena rigida di poco posteriore, dorso a quattro nervi con titolo manoscritto, cc. 65, (7, di cui le ultime 2 bianche). Marca tipografica sul titolo ed in fine. Titolo un po' sporco, minime fioriture, ma ottima copia genuina.EDIZIONE IN PARTE ORIGINALE. ll Nel 1546 aveva il Parabosco pubblicata la Prima parte delle rime in Venezia, presso Tommaso Botietta in 8vo, dirigendola ad Eleonora de' Medici duchessa di Firenze. In questa nuova pubblicazione del 1547 l'autore riprodusse una parte delle medesime composizioni, insieme con altre inedite e, considerandola come libro nuovo, la dedicò ad Anna da Este principessa di Ferrara, in lode della quale sono i primi sonetti che vi si leggono. Ma il Parabosco, come altri contemporanei, fu solito valersi delle cose proprie in più modi, e farne cucina con più salse. Le ottave in lode di Venezia, che sono stampate in questo libretto (p. 19), furono da lui ristampate l'anno 1548 nel Tempio della Fama, e così ne trasse trentadue ballate o madrigali (salvo errore nel contarli), per aggiungerli con altri nel Primo libro de' madrigali stampato nel 1551, e forse si trovano nei suoi rarissimi e quasi ignoti libri di Madrigali colla musica. La Seconda parte delle rime, dove stanno otto capitoli burleschi, uscì poi in luce nel 1555 a Venezia, presso Francesco e Pietro Rocca fratelli, ed in questa sono ripetuti tre sonetti della edizione giolitina'gg (S. Bongi, Annali di Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, Roma, 1890, I, p. 147).Le Rime del Parabosco raccolgono per lo più sonetti e canzoni, con qualche sestina ed ottava, di tema amoroso (la bellezza dell'amata, la gelosia, l'amore non corrisposto, ecc). Ma comprendono anche cinque lettere pastorali (Selve) in versi sciolti ed un Egloga dialogata in endecasillabi sciolti che vede come interlocutori Elicone e Bargeo (cfr. F. Bussi, Umanità ed arte di Girolamo Parabosco. Madrigalista, organista e poligrafo, Piacenza, 1961, pp. 82-87).Poco si sa della vita del Parabosco. Nato a Piacenza, ricevette la sua prima istruzione dal padre Vincenzo, che era un organista della cattedrale di Brescia. Salvo brevi periodi trascorsi presso altre corti italiane (Firenze, Urbino, Ferrara, Piacenza, Brescia, Padova e Verona), passò la maggior parte della sua vita a Venezia, dove fu allievo del famoso musicista A. Willaert e nel 1551 fu nominato primo musicista della cappella ducale di San Marco. Come compositore scrisse vari pezzi vocali e un libro di Madrigali a cinque voci (1546). Come letterato fu attivo in diverse accademie dell'epoca e in contatto con scrittori ed artisti veneziani, quali A.F. Doni, A. Calmo, P. Aretino e il Tiziano. Fu autore, fra l'altro, di sette commedie e una tragedia, di rime amorose e satirico-didascaliche (1546-1555), di una raccolta di novelle di ispirazione boccaccesca intitolata i Diporti (1550) e di un poema in lode delle dame veneziane intitolato Il Tempio della fama (1548) (cfr. F. Bussi, op. cit., pp. 7-44).Edit 16, CNCE26060, G. Bianchini, Girolamo Parabosco, scrittore e organista del secolo XVI, Venezia, 1899, p. 262.

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        La Pittura di Leon Battista Alberti tradotta per M. Lodovico Domenichi

      Giolito, 1547. In-8°; cc. 44, all'ultima pagina e al frontespizio martca tipografica incisa su legno, capilettera xilografici figurati; al frontespizio noa di possesso manoscrita datata 1568, e altre iscrizioni, molte note manoscritte e sottolineature dell'epoca nel testo, che fanno di questo un esemplare appartenuto a uno studioso o a un artista. Legatura in cartonato colorato. Alcune carte marginalmente restaurate. Dedica a Francesco salviati. Prima edizione in italiano di quello che può essere considerato il trattato fondamentale per la prospettiva rinascimentale. Alberti tratta qui della conoscenza per i pittori della "superficie e del taglio", ossia della teoria della piramide visiva; dei colori, della storia della pittura, delle tre cose che "fanno perfetta la pittura, circonscrittione, compositione e ricevere i lumi". arte art pittura painting fonti storia dell'arte alberti prospettiva perspective rinascimento

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        Il Profeta Geremia

      1547. Bulino, 1547, firmato in basso sulla destra "NB. LOTARINGUS .F.", inscritto sul piedistallo HIEREMIAS MICH.ANG. PINXIT IN VATICANO.Secondo stato finale, con l'excudit di Lafreri in basso a destra: ANT. LAFRERI/ SEQUANUS. EXCUD. ROMAE/ 1547. Da un soggetto di Michelangelo. La figura riproduce fedelmente, e nello stesso verso, il celebre affresco di Michelangelo nella volta della Cappella Sistina in Vaticano. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non identificabile, rifilata alla linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Ex collezione Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Engraving, 1547, signed lower right: 'NB LOTARINGVS F', inscribed with publisher's address and dated below: 'ANT LAFRERI/SEQVANVS EXCVD ROMAE/1547' and lettered under the figure on a a tablet: 'HIEREMIAS/MICH ANG PINXIT IN VATICANO'. After Michelangelo. The engraving reproduces the prophet Jeremiah, after Michelangelo's fresco on the Sisitine ceiling A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed close to platemark, unidentified watermark, generally in very good condition. Ex collection Luciana Simonetti (Lugt 3616) e A.C. de Poggi (Lugt 617). Bartsch XV.244.10; TIB,10, 24 p.252; S. Bianchi in Grafica d'Arte, XIV,54 , p. 4 n. 3. 293 423

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        De le lettere di M. Claudio Tolomei lib. Sette. Con una breve dichiaratione in fine di tutto l'ordin de l'ortografia di questa opera.

      In 4to (cm 21,1), legatura del XVIII secolo in piena pelle, duplice filettatura in oro ai piatti, dorso con fregi e titolo in oro, tagli rossi (cuffie abilmente restaurate), cc. 234, (recte 232), (6). Marca tipografica al titolo e in fine. Piccola figura in legno raffigurante una mappa. Leggero alone nel margine bianco delle carte preliminari, ma ottima copia.PRIMA EDIZIONE. Il testo dell'opera è stampato nel carattere italico conforme alle teorie fonetico-ortografiche del Tolomei, che fu poi abbandonato nelle ristampe successive. Molte delle lettere incluse in questa raccolta sono indirizzate a celebri umanisti del tempo, tra cui ricordiamo Annibal Caro, Bernardino Ochino, Luigi Alamanni, Paolo Manuzio, Pietro Aretino, Vannuccio Biringuccio, Angelo Firenzuola, Francesco Guicciardini e Lodovico Domenichi. In un'interessante lettera al conte Agostino de' Landi, datata 14 novembre 1542, Tolomei descrive l'attività e gli scopi di ricerca della romana Accademia della Virtù (cfr. M. Maylender, Storia delle accademie d'Italia, Bologna, 1926-'30, V, pp. 478-480 e J. Schlosser Magnino, La letteratura artistica, Firenze, 1967, pp. 254-255), fondata originariamente per favorire la traduzione in volgare italiano delle forme letterarie, della grammatica e del lessico del latino classico. Dopo il '39 l'Accademia, composta per lo più da grammatici, filologi, antiquari ed archeologi, si volse allo studio del trattato di architettura di Vitruvio. Tolomei riferisce che l'Accademia formulò un programma di studi diviso in otto punti principali: 1) un commento in latino dei passi più controversi del testo, 2) una nuova edizione critica, 3) un dizionario in latino dei termini tecnici, 4) un dizionario dei termini tecnici greci, 5) un'edizione scritta in elegante e fluente latino, 6) una traduzione in volgare accompagnata da un lessico toscano, 7) una sintesi dei temi principali, desunti dal trattato e corredati da esempi, 8) lo studio degli edifici di Roma antica, nonché delle statue, delle medaglie, dell'ingegneria idraulica e militare. L'influenza di questo gruppo di studiosi sulle successive teorie architettoniche in fatto di rigore intelletuale e metodologico non può certo essere sottovalutata. Tra i suoi membri ricordiamo Guillaume Philandrier, autore di un celebre commento vitruviano, mentre ebbero contatti con l'Accademia anche nomi importanti come il Vignola, Palladio, Barbaro e Rusconi (cfr. D. Wiebenson a cura di, Architectural Theory and Practice from Alberti to Ledoux, Chicago, 1982, I-13). Un'altra lettera estremamente significativa è quella indirizzata a Gabriel Cesano in data 20 giugno 1544, nella quale Tolomei espone all'amico il suo progetto di una grande città da costruirsi sulla cima del promontorio del Monte Argentario. Il progetto, illustrato da una figura in legno, doveva essere accompagnato da un correlato intervento di bonifica della zona maremmana e fu più volte riesaminato fino alla fine dell'Ottocento (cfr. L. Sbaragli, Claudio Tolomei, umanista Senese del Cinquecento, Siena, 1939, pp. 77-79). Nella lettera ad Appollonio Filarete si fa invece menzione dei disegni di Perin del Vaga e di Michelangelo per la "Cassetta Farnese"? (Steinmann-Wittkower, Michelangelo-Bibliographie, Leipzig, 1927, nr. 1932). C. Tolomei, celebre letterato e storico, esiliato da Siena, sua città natale, fu accolto a Roma dal Cardinale Ippolito, quindi si trasferì dapprima a Piacenza al servizio di P.L. Farnese, poi a Padova, dove rimase fino al '48. L'anno seguente fu nominato vescovo di Curzola e nel '52, dopo la cacciata degli Spagnoli, rientrò in patria, dove fu accolto con grandi onori e dove svolse importanti incarichi, in particolare quello di oratore ufficiale della repubblica e quello di ambasciatore presso il re di Francia, il quale per i suoi meriti lo nominò vescovo di Tolone. Oltre che alle numerose orazioni, la sua fama è legata ai dialoghi il Polito e il Cesano, relativi alla questione della lingua, in cui egli rigetta la riforma ortografica del Trissino e difende la toscanità della lingua. Adams, T-784. S. Bongi, Annali di Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, Roma, 1890, I, pp. 201 e 203.

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        Artzenei Spiegel, Gemeyner Jnnhalt derselbigen, Wes beide, einem Leib vnd Wundartzet, in der Theoric, Practic, vnnd Chirurgei zustehtMit anzeyge bewerter Artzneien zu allen Leiblichen Gebrechen...

      Artzenei Spiegel : gemeyner Innhalt derselbigen, wes beide, einem Leib und Wundartzet, in der Theoric, Practic, unnd Chirurgei zusteht mit Anzeyge bewerter Artzneien, zu allen leiblichen Gebrechen, durch natürliche Mittel hiebei beneben des Menschen Cörpers Anatomei, unnd chirurgischen Instrumenten, warhafft Contrafeyt, und beschriben Hievor durch Ioan. Dryandrum, jetzt widerumb, mit Besserung, inn Truck verordnet Franckfort am Meyn : bei Christian Egenolffs Erben Seltene zweite deutsche Ausgabe des erstmals 1547 erschienenen Werks. Dryanders bekanntestes, reich ilustriertes Arzneiwerk. Mit zahlreichen (ca. 380) Darstellungen zur Anatomie, zum theoret. u. prakt. Teil des Arzneispiegels (darunter hübsche Monatsdarst.), am Schluß zur Chirurgie mit Instrumenten. Etwas späterer geprägter Ledereinband über Holzdeckel, Schließen im Lauf der zeit verloren. Vorsätze mit Original Papier erneuert. Stärker gebräunt, stock-, finger- u. wasserfl. Randeinrisse teils hinterlegt bzw. verstärkt oder angerändert. Titelholzschnitte an koloriert, wenige Bleistiftkritzeleien. Kleinere Randdefekte u. Ecken hinterlegt, teils mit geringen Text oder Bildverlust, ein Blatt mit größeren Ausriss. Ein Blatt wurden auf Originalpapier vom Vorsatz ergänzt - Werk ist so komplett. Hier eine Digitale Ansicht des Werkes http://reader.digitale-sammlungen.de/de/fs1/object/display/bsb10989714_00001.html?numScans=250&zoom=0.05 Deutschland kostenloser Versand DHL

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        Commentarius In Epistolas Ciceronis Ad Atticum

      Venice: Sons of Aldus Manutius. Good. 1547. First, thus. Hard Cover. 8vo. 8vo (161 x 100mm). i - vi; 1 - 470 pp + Anchor leaf. Some light staining. Nineteenth century continental half mottled sheep, marbled boards, slight cracking to front hinge. Italic letter, anchor device on title and verso of the final leaf. FIRST ALDINE PRINTING. A Renaissance commentary on an important classical text. Paulus Manutius (1512-1574) was a Latin scholar, with a particular interest in the works of Cicero. When he took over the press from his father Aldus in 1533, he published a number of works of Cicero, many enhanced by his own learned commentaries. In this present work, the FIRST ALDINE EDITION, Manutius' masterly interpretation caused this to be seen as the definitive work. With the bookplates of Stelio Valentini, and P. Carlo Cassigoli. Goldsmid, 458. Adams, 335 .

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        The works of Antonio Canova in sculpture and modelling engraved in outline by Henry Moses with descriptions from the Italian of the Countess Albrizzi and a Biographical Memoir by Count Cicognara.

      2 vols. gr.-4. (27 x 38cm). 6 Bll., XL S., 52 Taf. u. 47 Texttbll. 1 Bl. 45 Taf. u. 56 Textbll. Mit gest. Frontisp. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit goldgeprägt. Rückentit. Tlw. stockfleckig Brunet I, 1547 - Seltene Großquart-Ausgabe. - Frontisp. in Stahlstich von William Henry Worthington nach Francois-Xavier Fabre, Die Tafeln in Umrißradierungen von H. Moses nach Zeichnungen Canoivas darunter eine Taf. nach der unmittelbar nach dem Tod Antonio Canovas von Liuigi Azimonte angefertigten Zeichnung. Ein dritter Supplementbd. erschien 1828.

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        Zinne-poppen, Alle verciert met rijmen, en sommighe met proze, door zijn dochter Anna Roemers.

      Mit gest. Titel mit Vignette, gest. Emblem verso A5 und 193 blattgr. Emblem-Kupfer. 9 Bll., 196 doppelt gezählte SS., 4 Bll. Hübscher Lederband d. Zt. mit Rückenverg. und goldgepr. Decken. 13 x 8 cm. Landwehr 875 Praz 530. - Vierte Auflage des schönen Emblembuchs von Roemer Visscher (1547-1620). Das Werk wurde ursprünglich in 3 Serie zu je 60 Abbildungen mit jeweils einem latein. und holländ. Motto herausgegeben in der hier vorliegenden späten Ausgabe mit den Erweiterungen durch die Tochter Anna Roemer Visscher (1583-1651), u. a. um den Anhang "Minne-Poppen". Die hübschen Abbildungen zeigen alltägliche Gegenstände und Tiere in einer natürlichen Umgebung, die gegenüberliegende Seite jeweils mit der Erklärung. - Ecken bestoßen, vorderes Gelenk etwas angebrochem.

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        Les marguerites de la Marguerite des princesses. Texte de l'edition de 1547. Publi avec Introduction, Notes et Glossaire par Félix Frank. 4 Bde. Paris, Libraire des Bibliophiles, 1873. * Mit gestoch. Portr. * VIII, XCIX, 160 S., 2 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 257 S., 1 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 250 S., 3 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 313 S., 1 Bl., 1 w. Bl. Marmor. Hldr. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden, mit 2 farb. goldgepr. RSch., marmor. Vorsätze u. Kopfgoldschnitt.

      . Margarethe v. Navarra (Marguerite d'Angouleme, reine de Navarre). Les marguerites de la Marguerite des princesses. Texte de l'edition de 1547. Publi avec Introduction, Notes et Glossaire par Félix Frank. Et accompagné de la reprodultion des gravures sur bois de l original et dun portrait de Marguerite de Navarre. 4 Bde. Paris, Libraire des Bibliophiles, 1873. 17,1 x 11,5. * Mit gestoch. Portr. * VIII, XCIX, 160 S., 2 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 257 S., 1 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 250 S., 3 Bl., 1 w. Bl. 1 w. Bl., 2 Bl., 313 S., 1 Bl., 1 w. Bl. Marmor. Hldr. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden, mit 2 farb. goldgepr. RSch., marmor. Vorsätze u. Kopfgoldschnitt. - Portr. gest. v. Ch. et A. Chardon. - Jedes Band am Innendeckel mit dekorativem Exlibris gestochen von Jauner (Wappen mit Krone vom Kranz umgeben) beschriftet "EX LIBRIS DVCIS DE BEAVFORT". - Nr. 292 (handschriftlich). - ( = Cabinet du bibliophile, No. XVI). .

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        Nicodemi Frischlini Aristophanes veteris comoediae princeps: poeta longe facetissimus & eloquentissimus: repurgatus a mendis, et imitatione Plauti atque Terentii interpretatus, ita ut fere Carmen Carmini, numerus numero, pes pedi, modus modo,...

      ...Latinismus Graecismo respondeat. Opus Divo Rudolpho Caesari Sacrum. Die Komödientexte in griechisch-lateinischem Paralleltext, Dedikation, Epigramme, Einleitung, Vita etc. in Latein. - Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel, Holzschnittvignette auf der letzten Seite (Kolophon) und einigen Holzschnittinitialen. Einband etwas berieben, angestaubt, stockfleckig und gebräunt Reste von 2 Stoffschließen Pergament am Fuß wellig und im Bereich des unteren Kapitals dadurch etwas geschrumpft, so daß der Buchblock hier ca. 1 bis 7 mm freisteht Innendeckelbezüge (Spiegel) etwas geknittert und mit kleinen Randfehlstellen vorderer Spiegel am Fuß etwas fleckig Vordervorsatz mit hinterlegtem Einriss am Fuß und hier etwas fleckig gering stockfleckig und vereinzelt gering fingerfleckig einige Bll. mit breiterem, schwachen Wasserrand im Fußsteg manchmal kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken einige Tintenunterstreichungen und Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel. Vor allem durch die lateinischen Übersetzungen der Komödien durch Nicodemus Frischlin bedeutende Aristophanes-Edition. Nicodemus Frischlin (1547-1590) bedeutender dt. Philologe, neulateinischer und deutschsprachiger Dichter. Graesse I, 206/ VD16 A 3270/ Adams A 1719.

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        Historia Sacramentaria: Hoc est, Libri Quinque De Coenae Dominicae Prima Institutione: Eiusq. Vero Usu Et Abusu in Primitiva Ecclesia:... Zürich, Johannes Wolf, 1598. - Beigebunden: Bullinger, Heinrich. De Origine Erroris Libri Duo... Accesserunt... libri duo de Conciliis...

      Folio. Erster Titel mit Titelvignette, zweiter Titel mit Druckerm. 26 Bl., 603 S. 5 nn., 173 (falsch 183) num., 5 nn. Bl. Holzdeckel m. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. auf 5 Bünden mit prächtiger figürlicher Prägeill. (u.a. Karl V. u. Johann Friedrich I., vgl. EBDB p000966 u. 67) und fragmentarischen Pgt.-Schließbändern. I: Erste Ausgabe. - Hospinianus (1547-1626), bedeutender schweiz. Religions- u. Kirchenhistoriker, war zuletzt Pfarrer am Frauenmünster in Zürich u. Lehrer an der Lateinschule ebendort. Zu dem vorliegenden Titel erschien 1600 noch ein zweiter Teil. - Sehr selten (nur einmal im Jb. d. APr. 1950ff). - II: Adams B-3202. - Erste Ausgabe in Folio. - ADB 3, 513-14. - Bullinger (1504-1575), ein Schüler Zwinglis, formuliert hier seinen Standpunkt in der Frage des Kultus, der Form des Abendmahls und der Zelebrierung des Gottesdienstes. - Bestoßen u. berieben, Deckel leicht wurmstichig, durchgehend leicht gebräunt, insgesamt ein sehr schönes Exemplar.

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        Dramata sacra, Comoediae atqve Tragoediae aliquot è Veteri Testamento desumptae. Primo tomo.

      Basileae: Ex officina Joannis Oporini, 1547. Small 8vo (16,3 x 9,8 cm). (16), 561 (= 541), (3) pp. Contemporary richly blind-tooled calf over wooden boards with remnants of clasps. With 14 decorated woodcut initials. Illustrated with 11 historiated 5-line woodcut initials, in the style of Holbein, of which 1 rather large (square 2,8 cm) and 3 smaller 3-line decorated woodcut initials. Fine typesetting in italic humanistic style, with Roman type for headwork. Fine copy. Sacred Plays from the Old Testament in a splendid contemporary binding, worthy of the nice humanistic typography. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Iatrapologia. Liber quo multa adversus barbaros medicos disputantur, collegiique modus ostenditur, ac multae quaestiones tam physicae quam chirurgicae discutiuntur.Ejusdem Quaestio, quae Capitis vulneribus ac phrenitidi medicamenta conveniant

      - Woodcut printer's device on title. 12 p.l. (final leaf a blank), 431, [15] pp. 8vo, cont. limp vellum, remains of ties. Venice: G. Griffo, [1547?]. First edition of Ingrassia's second book, preceded only by the Praegrandis vtilisque Medicorum omnium decisio (Palermo: 1545). The 1544 edition of the Iatrapologia is a ghost (see the digital reproduction of the BSB copy of the so-called 1544 edition; it is identical with our edition). Ingrassia (ca. 1510-80), after studying medicine at Palermo and Padua, became professor of anatomy and medicine at the University of Naples in 1544. He was called to Palermo in 1556 by the Spanish viceroy of Sicily as protomedicus. In this position, Ingrassia "was concerned for the most part with problems of hygiene, epidemiology, and the general administration of Sicilian medicine. His activities included efforts to suppress quackery, to control the pharmaceutical trade, and to improve the conditions in hospitals?Ingrassia was responsible for the establishment of one of the first sanitary codes and a council of public health. He was also a founder of the study of legal medicine?Ingrassia is best known for his anatomical studies, admittedly based upon the methods and procedures of Vesalius, for whom he expressed the greatest admiration."-D.S.B., VII, pp. 16-17. A pioneer in the study of forensic medicine, hygiene, surgical pathology, and teratology, Ingrassia also discovered the "stapes" and denied the existence of the inframaxillary bone. He was also the first to describe scarlatina and was probably the first to recognize chicken-pox as a separate disease. This rare work is concerned with wounds to the head and methods of treatment. It is a collection of questions and disputes, directed against the Arab medical tradition (but very much part of it). Fine copy. As in other copies, a piece of paper covers the text on A3v to conceal a printer's error. ? Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, pp. 428-29. Durling 2545. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        C. Pliniii Secundi Novocomensis Liber de viris in re militari & administranda republica illustribus, a multis mendis repurgatus, & novis commentariis nunc primum (nunc primum per Conradum Lycosthenem) ita illustratus, ut ad omnes Romanorum historias plurimum lucis & utilitatis adferat. Una cum eiusdem Plinii vita, rerumque & verborum omnium indice copiosissimo.

      Basel (Basileae), no publisher, n.d. (Colophon on the last page: 'Basileae, Ex officina Ioannis Oporini, Anno salutis humanae 1547, mense Septembri) 8vo. (XXXII),595,(75 index),(2 blank) p. 19th century half vellum 17 cm (Ref: VD16 P 3521; Schweiger, 2,1139 (under Sextus Aurelius Victor); Graesse 5,350) (Details: Back ruled gilt, and with a green morocco shield. 2 woodcut initials) (Condition: Below the word 'Basileae' has been cut out of the title a name or inscription, leaving a neat rectangular hole of 7.5x1 cm. Part of the title 'per Conradum Lycosthenem' carefully erased. Curiously enough this erasing has been repeated on page beta-recto, where in the heading of the short biography of Pliny Minor the words 'a Conrado Lycostene' have been erased) (Note: 'The full maturation of ancient biography did not occur before the Roman late republican and imperial periods. The purposes of Graeco-Roman biography were varied, ranging from instructive praise of a subject's virtues, to panegyric, to providing insurance against the jaws of oblivion by immortalizing the 'fama' good or ill, of notable individuals'. (The Classical Tradition, Cambr. Mass., 2010, p. 127) In the early imperial period the Greek author Plutarch composed a series of vitae, which are discursive and generally show a strong moral bias. The Romans were in the writing of biography not wholly dependent on the Greeks. 'The attitudes and customs of their own political and family life led them to put a special value on recording the achievements of their great men'. (OCD 2nd ed. p. 168) Tacitus (Agricola), Nepos (Liber De Excellentibus Ducibus Gentium), Suetonius (Vitae XII imperatorum, or Caesares) are the principle Roman biographers. In late antiquity they found a number of imitators and continuators, e.g. the 'Scriptores Historiae Augustae' or 'Sextus Aurelius Victor'. § This 'Liber de viris in re militari & administranda republica illustribus', nowadays called in the edition of Pilchmayr 'Incerti Auctoris liber de Viris Illustribus Urbis Romae', is one of those imiations. It contains more than 75 biographies of famous Romans from Romulus to Pompeius and Sulla. When it was written no one knows, some say first or second century AD, others the fourth. This collection of Lives of famous Romans, including Hannibal, his brother Hasdrubal, and king Mithridates, was long time primarily ascribed to Plinius Minor, 62-ca. 113 AD. The editio princeps was printed ca. 1470 and enjoyed a great popularity among humanists and on schools. Since the edition of Aldus in 1508 the collection is often called the 'Liber de viris in re militari & administranda republica illustribus'. Schweiger records before this 1547 edition ca. 40 editions, and there must be more. It was printed in the 16th century also under the name of Suetonius and of Nepos. Hyginus and Aemilius Probus are also mentioned as the authors. The Flemish scholar Andreas Schottus attibuted the text in 1577 to Sextus Aurelius Victor. From then on till the second half of the 19th century he was thought to be the author of this collection. (Schweiger 2, 1140/41) But nowadays the author is an anonymous, because the style (genus dicendi) does not suit Sextus Aurelius Victor. It is doubtful whether the author was a christian. He belonged probably to the Optimates. Though many historical errors hurt the eye of the reader, still this collection of biographies offers much that is of great help for our understanding of Roman history of the repulican period. The collection figures anonymously in the 'Bibliotheca Teubneriana' edition of that writer of 1966 edited by Pilchmayr. Especially the praefatio of Pichlmayer offers much useful information (p. X & XI)) § There is something strange about this book on offer. Someone has tried to erase the memory of the Alsatian commentator Conradus Lycosthenes or in German Konrad Wolffhart, 1518-1561, on two places. Lycosthenes was a humanist and encylopedist, who taught grammar and dialectics in Basel from 1542. In 1545 he was appointed deacon and preacher of the local 'St. Leonhardskirche'. He married Christine Herbster, a sister of Johannes Oporinus, the printer of this book. The biographer of Lycosthenes's short biography in ADB calls his commentary in this 1547 collection his most excellent work. (ADB 19, 727/28) (Provenance: On the front pastedown in pencil: '24 dec. 1963', written by the Flemish linguist Walter Couvreur, 1914-1996, Orientalist and professor of Indoeuropean linguistics at the University of Gent. It indicates the date of aquisition. The place of acquisition he wrote on the flyleaf at the end: 'Bologna, Galliera') (Collation: alpha-beta8, a-2T8 (leaf 2T8 blank)) (Photographs on request)

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        Iatrapologia. Liber quo multa adversus barbaros medicos disputantur, collegiique modus ostenditur, ac multae quaestiones tam physicae quam chirurgicae discutiuntur...Ejusdem Quaestio, quae Capitis vulneribus ac phrenitidi medicamenta conveniant

      Woodcut printer's device on title. 12 p.l. (final leaf a blank), 431, [15] pp. 8vo, cont. limp vellum, remains of ties. Venice: G. Griffo, [1547?]. First edition of Ingrassia's second book, preceded only by the Praegrandis vtilisque Medicorum omnium decisio (Palermo: 1545). The 1544 edition of the Iatrapologia is a ghost (see the digital reproduction of the BSB copy of the so-called 1544 edition; it is identical with our edition). Ingrassia (ca. 1510-80), after studying medicine at Palermo and Padua, became professor of anatomy and medicine at the University of Naples in 1544. He was called to Palermo in 1556 by the Spanish viceroy of Sicily as protomedicus. In this position, Ingrassia "was concerned for the most part with problems of hygiene, epidemiology, and the general administration of Sicilian medicine. His activities included efforts to suppress quackery, to control the pharmaceutical trade, and to improve the conditions in hospitals…Ingrassia was responsible for the establishment of one of the first sanitary codes and a council of public health. He was also a founder of the study of legal medicine…Ingrassia is best known for his anatomical studies, admittedly based upon the methods and procedures of Vesalius, for whom he expressed the greatest admiration."-D.S.B., VII, pp. 16-17. A pioneer in the study of forensic medicine, hygiene, surgical pathology, and teratology, Ingrassia also discovered the "stapes" and denied the existence of the inframaxillary bone. He was also the first to describe scarlatina and was probably the first to recognize chicken-pox as a separate disease. This rare work is concerned with wounds to the head and methods of treatment. It is a collection of questions and disputes, directed against the Arab medical tradition (but very much part of it). Fine copy. As in other copies, a piece of paper covers the text on A3v to conceal a printer's error. ? Castiglioni, A History of Medicine, pp. 428-29. Durling 2545.

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        De summo Romani pontificis principatu et de ipsius temporali ditione demonstratio. Venedig, Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1547.

      1547. (32) SS. Mit 2 verschiedenen großen Holzschnittdruckermarken am Titel und am letzten Bl. recto. Mehrere figurale Holzschnittinitialen. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. De proportione papae ad concilium, et de utroque eiusdem principatu, ad sanctiss. D. N. Iulium III Pon. Max. [Parma, Seth Viotti, nicht vor 1550]. (84) SS. Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. (Beigebunden) III: Muzio, Girolamo. De Romana ecclesia tractatus. Pesaro, [Erben nach Bartolomeo Cesano], 1563. (30) SS., l. w. Bl. Mit großer Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. 4to. Jeweils erste Ausgabe dieser kirchenrechtlichen Traktate. Der aus Parma gebürtige italienische Philosoph, Mediziner und Theologe Cesare Delfini (gest. 1566 in Rom) betätigte sich auch als Astronom (vgl. Hoefer XIII, 462); der italienische Humanist und Polemiker Girolamo Muzio (1496-1576) "widmete sich seit 1551 ganz dem Studium der religiösen Fragen" (LThK). - Die Vorsätze etwas stärker gebräunt; am Titel zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk der Wiener Jesuiten; am vorderen Innendeckel späterer hs. Signaturvermerk der Wiener Unbeschuhten Augustiner (18. Jh.). I: BM-STC Italian 212. IA 151.044. Bongi I, 200. Edit 16, CNCE 16420. - II: IA 151.046. Edit 16, CNCE 16421. - III: BM-STC Italian 458. Adams M 2078. Edit 16, CNCE 47054. Vgl. LThK VII, 400.

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        Dell'interpretatione de sogni nuovamente di Greco in volgare tradotto per Pietro Lauro Modonese.

      appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1547 (ma Venezia, XVIII secolo).. Cm. 15, pp. (16) 293 (1) + 1 cn. Marchio tipografico giolitino al frontespizio, capolettere e testate in xilografia. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle verde con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Un'antica firma depennata alla base del frontespizio, esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara contraffazione giolitina impressa probabilmente dal libraio Panvino in Venezia verso la metà del '700 che si distingue dall'originale per la diversa numerazione delle pagine. Le edizioni cinquecentesche di quest'opera divennero subito molto rare e già nel XVIII secolo introvabili, si pensò così di ristampare la presente contraffazione. Cfr. Bongi I, 145.

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        De ligni sancti multiplici medicina & vini exhibitione libri quatuor. Hieronymi Fracastorii Syphilis, sive morbus gallicus.

      Lyon, Jean Frellon, 1547. 16°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 168 S., 28 Bll., Mod. HPgmt. Durchg. etw. gebräunt bzw. fleckig. Vereinzelt min. wasserrandig bzw. wenige alte Anstreichungen, Anmerkungen u. Kritzeleien in Tinte. - Wellcome I, 2244; Waller 3008; Durling 1510; Baumgartner, Fracastoro, 9; Baudrier V, 208. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Ferri, Fracastoro, De ligni sancti multiplici medicina & vini exhibitione libri quatuor. Hieronymi Fracastorii Syphilis, sive morbus gallicus

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        BARTOLI COMMENTARIA in secundam digesti. Novi partem doctiss. viri Do. Petri Pauli Parisii Cardinalis admodum reverendi non paucis additionibus nuper illustrata, accurateque castigata.

      1547Sans nom d'éditeur [Compagnie des libraires de Lyon], Lugduni, 1547. In-folio (290 X 407) veau granité, dos six nerfs ornés, caissons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison maroquin marron, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches mouchetées (reliure du XVIIe) ; un feuillet blanc, 264 feuillets chiffrés (dont titre), un feuillet blanc. BELLE IMPRESSION LYONNAISE avec la vignette de titre gravée représentant un lion sur un semé d'abeilles et la devise "De Forti Dulcedo". Imprimé sur deux colonnes avec les notes en marges et de nombreuses lettrines gravées. Discrète signature manuscrite sur la page de titre "Ghens". Plusieurs erreurs dans la numérotation des feuillets ; léger travail de vers en fond de cahier à quelques feuillets avec atteinte de texte, mais sans gravité. BEL EXEMPLAIRE, frais. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Fori Aragonum von Codex von Huesca (1247) bis zu Reform Philipps II (1547), nach der Ausgabe Zaragoza 1476/1477. Mit den handschriftlichen Glossen des Martin de Pertusa und mit Ergänzungen nach den Ausbagen Zaragoza 1542, 1548 und 1576. Faksimiledruck mit einer Einleitung von Antonio Pérez Martín.

      1547. Vaduz, Topos Verlag, 1979. Folio; VII-100 pp. para la Introducción y 930 pp. para la reproducción del facsímil. Encuadernación original en tela.

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        De originibus rerum libellus. Authore Gulielmo Pastregico Veronense. In quo agitur de scritturis virorum illustrium. De fundatoribus urbium. De primis rerum nominibus. De invetoribus rerum. De primis dignitatibus. Deque magnific institutionibus. Expurgatus omni errore... A Michaelangelo Blondo, solerti rerum esploratore

      Venezia. Nicolò Bascarino. 1547. Cm. 15; Carte 131, (1). Bella legatura fine seicento in piena pelle maculata, dorso a 5 nervetti, tassello con ricchi fregi in oro ai cinque scoparti, piatti inquadrati entro cornicetta impressa a secco e deori floreali ottenuti con contrasto del colore della pelle, risguardi in carta decorata, tagli decorati. Margine superiore corto, in alcune carte intacca il numero della pagina, per il reso ottimo esemplare, genuino. 597 / P

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        Palmerino d'Oliva. Historia del Valorosissimo Cavalliere Palmerino d'Oliva, di Nuovo tradotto nell' idioma Italiano. Co'l privilegio del sommo Pontifice Paulo III. & dell' illustrissimo Senato Veneto: per anni X.

      Small 8vo, A-Z8, AA-RR8, [8], 320 leaves, italic letter, small historiated metal-cut initials, slight browning to title-page and first gathering, clean tear to G2 without loss, old vellum, sound. Engraved armorial book-plate "Bibliotheque du Chateau de Tanqueux" on front pastedown, inscription "1742 di Giaco Soranzo"(probably a descendant of Jacopo Soranzo, the 16c. Venetian procurator painted by Tintoretto) on front fly, signature of "Herbert M Evans" on front fly, "D'arblay" on front fly verso. This is the second edition of a very rare book, first published in 1544. COPAC locates only the BL copy in the UK; the World Catalogue adds two copies in France, Bibliotheque Mazarine and Bibliotheque Sainte-Genevieve, and only one copy of the 1544 edition (BL), the earliest in Italy is a 1558 edition at Bologna and in the USA a 1552 edition at the Huntington Library. The original Spanish text was first published in Salamanca in 1511 and is sometimes attributed to Francisco Vazquez; this translation into Italian is attributed to Mambrino Roseo.

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        Saturnalium sermonum libri duo, qui de gladiatoribus noviter correcti, aucti et formis aeneis illustrati. Antverpiae, Plantinum, 1585. In-4, (4) ff.n.ch.-176 pp.-index (4) ff n ch - De Amphitheatro Liber. In quo forma ipsa Loci expressa, & ratio spectandi. Cum æneis figuris - Antverpiae, Plantinum, 1585. In-4, 76 pp, 2 ff n ch (index + privilège) (p28 manque de papier angulaire) - De Amphitheatris quae extra Romam libellus. In quo formae eorum aliquot & typi - Antverpiae, Plantinum, 1585. In-4, 83 à 105 pp, 1 f de privilège.

      In-4, plein maroquin, dos à nerfs orné de caissons à froid, tr. dorées, filet doré sur les coupes, roulette dorées intérieure (Reliure du XIXe) Texte réglé. Etiquette bleue de libraire « Librairie Félix Seguin à Montpellier ».Bel exemplaire. Ces trois recueils, sur les Jeux du cirque, gladiateurs et arènes, qui sont ici réunis sont tous très rares.Le premier qui concerne essentiellement les jeux du cirque et les gladiateurs est la première édition illustrée (12 dessins à pleine page, attribués à Pierre van der Borcht, représentant des combats de gladiateurs et de 4 planches hors texte). Il manque les 4 HTLes deux autres, à pagination continue, concernent les arènes, le premier le Colisée et le second les arènes en dehors de Rome. Ils sont tous deux illustrés de 1 gravure à demi-page p 45 et 2 gravures pleine page p 96 et p 105Juste Lipse (1547-1606), philologue, historien, érudit à la prodigieuse mémoire, qui voyagea beaucoup à travers l'Europe : visita Rome (où il rencontra Antoine Muret), Dôle, Vienne, Iéna (où il fut professeur d'Histoire), Cologne, Leyde,... tout en publiant des oeuvres qui furent très vite traduites en plusieurs langues. La plupart de ces traités sont des modèles de profondeur et d'érudition (F.-H. Kruger).

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        Rges. Boehemiae. Sacratissimo ac Potentissimo Romanor. Rudolpho II.

      Artist: Albizzi Antonio (-1626) Strassburg; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c 1600 1547 - Artist: Albizzi, Antonio (1547-1626) Strassburg; Issued in: Strassburg; date: c. 1600; - Condition: Upper margin perfectly replaced; Decorative family tree showing Bohemian Royal geneology, with the City of Prague in the background.Embellished with numerous portraits and coats of arms.

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        Statii Papinii Neapolitani - Sylvarum libri V - Thebaidos lib. XII - Achilleidos lib. II.

      Lyon, Sébastien Gryphe [Gryphium], 1547. In-16, 524p. Belle édition lyonnaise des oeuvres complètes de cet écrivain latin du 1er siècle, napolitain de naissance. On ne connait de Stace que ces oeuvres : les Silves, 32 poèmes regroupés en 5 livres, la Thébaïde, épopée en 12 chants et l'Achilléide, poème inachevé. On sait peu de chose de ce poète en dehors de ce qu'il dit de lui dans ses Silves. Sébastien Gryphe, libraire lyonnais, s'était spécialisé dans les classiques grecs et latins. Cet ouvrage, qui est la première édition lyonnaise de Stace, en est le parfait exemple. Reliure plein veau d'époque, reliure lyonnaise typique, dos à nerfs, travail à froid sauf pour les petits fleurons sur le dos et les fleurons au centre et aux coins des plats, tranches dorées, papier bien conservé, léger jaunissement général. Fines restaurations. Très bel exemple de reliure lyonnaise.

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        Les // Margue-// rites de la Mar- // guerite des prin-// cesses, Tresillustre // Royne de Na-// varre. A Paris, // pour Estienne Groulleau Libraire, demourant // en la rue neuve nostre Dame, à l'enseigne // Sainct Jehan Baptiste, // 1558.

      2 tomes reliés en un volume in-16, maroquin bleu foncé, dos à nerfs très décoré et doré, de fleurs de lys et palmettes, titre, lieu, éditeur et date dorés, grande composition centrale "Renaissance", aux petits fers dont celui "à la rose", avec un médaillon ovale au centre, fleurons de coins, triple filet d'encadrement, double filet sur les coupes, large dentelle d'intérieur, tranches dorées (Dunezat) ; titre particulier au volume II : Suite des // Margue-// rites de la //..., fleuron, un f. 249. 395 ff. (i.e. 394, le feuillet entre 393 et 394 n'est pas chiffré), (5) ff. non chiffré (a-z ; & ; A-Z ; AA-CC 8). Caractères italiques, exemplaire entièrement réglé. "Très rare, elle reproduit l'édition de 1547". "L'édition de 1549 contiendrait deux pièces préliminaires de moins que celle de 1547 ; il y manque aussi le sonnet de la fin de la première partie, le sonnet en tête des Nymphes de Diane et enfin les deux énigmes de la fin de la seconde partie" (Tchemerzine-Scheler IV-366 et s.). Ni Tchemerzine, ni le C.C.F. (Catalogue Collectif de France) ni les bibliographies ou catalogues consultés ne nous ont permis de trouver un exemplaire au nom d'Estienne Groulleau, toutes les références donnent cette édition par Jehan Ruelle. Le fleuron ovale du titre est différent de celui de Ruelle, reproduit par Tchemerzine-Scheler, il représente un pied de chardons avec la devise "Nul ne si frote patere aut abstine (souffre ou abstiens-toi)" ; le fleuron de la deuxième partie est identique à celui de Ruelle. Libraire-imprimeur à Paris, Estienne Groulleau (15..-1563), sera actif de 1545 à 1563 ; il succède à Denis Janot dont il a épousé la veuve, Jeanne de Marnef (Renouard 409-410) ; cette devise sera reprise par Pierre Roux, d'Avignon ; François Didier, de Lyon, et à partir de 1582 par Jérôme Dunard à Paris (Renouard 237). On ne présente plus Marguerite d'Angoulême, belle, spirituelle, instruite, humaine, tolérante et généreuse, qui accueillera et protègera nombre de protestants en fuite ou inquiétés et qui, par son œuvre et son action, marque la fin d'un Moyen-Age de superstition et la Renaissance qu'elle va incarner à la Cour, auprès de son frère François Ier. Petite tache au titre, exemplaire court de tête avec quelques petites atteintes au titre courant ; pour le reste, l'exemplaire est d'une très grande fraîcheur, avec un papier bien craquant, dans une très belle reliure de style Renaissance, "un vrai petit bijou", de toute rareté.

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        Histoire de notre temps, * Faite en Latin par Maistre Guillaume Paradin, et par luy mise en François. [Marque Vip. s.a.] A Lyon, par Iean de Tournes, et Guillaume Gazeau, 1550. Relié à la suite ; [Fourquevaux (Raymond de Rouen) ou Du Bellay (Raymond), attribué à] Instructions sur le faict de la Guerre, extraictes des livres de Polybe, Frontin, Vegece, Cornuzan, Machiavelle, et plusieurs autres bons autheurs. A Paris, de l'imprimerie de Michel Vascosan, 1549.

      Reliés en un volume in-folio (347mm), maroquin fauve, dos à nerfs dorés soulignés à froid et deux palettes à froid, titre doré, roulette à froid entre deux filets dorés, d'encadrement des plats et fleuron d'angles, fleuron doré central (reliure moderne) ; [8] ff. liminaires, titre compris, 183 pp., [1] p. bl. ; [4], III ff. L'Histoire de notre temps a le titre entouré de l'encadrement du "Midas", au verso duquel se trouve le Privilège du Roy donné à Fontainebleau le 28 mars 1547.Cette édition est la première de la traduction française donnée par l'auteur, de son ouvrage latin "Memoriae nostrae libri quatuor", paru en 1548 déjà chez Jean de Tournes et avec le même encadrement au titre. On sait que cet ouvrage contient les principaux événements survenus en Europe depuis l'accession de François Ier au trône jusqu'à l'entrée de Charles Quint à Augsbourg en 1547. (Cartier-176 ; Cioranescu-17013). Le privilège du second ouvrage a été accordé à Galiot du Pré et Michel Vascosan, à Fontainebleau le 31 décembre 1547 (Cioranescu 8252 et 10238 et Brunet III-445 qui exprime ses doutes sur la participation de Fourquevaux à cet ouvrage.) Edition imprimée en beaux caractères romains. Auréoles au coin supérieur des 30 premiers feuillets et plus petite en pied ; nombreuses notes manuscrites marginales très anciennes. Bel ensemble.

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        CHRONIQUES DE ESPA[N]YA FINS ACI NO DIVULGADES.

      - Carles Amorós. Barcelona, 1547. Foli. Portada a dues tintes, orlada (facsimilada) 3 f., CCLVII f., 1 f. de colofó (facsimilat). Tipus gòtics, text a dues columnes emmarcades, caplletres i 8 gravats en el text. Enq. en pell moderna amb nervis i filets daurats a plans i contracantos. Presentat en petaca de pell. Portada i colofó reproduïts sobre paper similar, algunes restauracions de poca entitat.

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        Romanorum Imperatorum effigies. Romae, apud Vincentium Accoltum, 1583.

      In-8, veau brun du temps, dos à nerfs, orné, double filet doré et médaillon doré sur les plats. 157 delicately engraved portraits of Roman Emperors, from Julius Caesar to Rudolf II [3 missing]. Giovanni Battista Cavallieri was a very laborious engraver, popular among his contemporaries for his illustrations after Raphael, Michelangelo and other masters, as well as for his counter-reformation illustrations of Catholic martyrs. A short biography by the Polish erudite Tomasz Treter (1547-1610) is given with each portrait. Intéressante collection de 157 portraits [3 feuillets manquants] délicatement gravés sur cuivre, donnant à voir les Empereurs romains de Jules César à Rodolphe II. Graveur prolifique, Giovanni Battista Cavallieri bénéficiait d'une importante popularité parmi ses pairs, notamment grâce à ses illustrations reproduisant les chefs-d'oeuvres de Michel-Ange et Raphael, ainsi que grâce à ses représentations de martyrs catholiques. Chaque portrait est accompagné d'une coutre biographie du poète Polonais Tomasz Treter (1547-1610).

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