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        La pharmacopee. Qui est la maniere de bien choisir & preparer les simples, & de bien faires les compositions: despartie en trois livres .Lyon, Louis Cloquemin, 1580. 16mo (12.5 x 8 cm). With Cloquemin's woodcut device on the title-page. Recased in contemporary(?) sheepskin parchment.

      - Durling 1248; USTC (8 copies); Waller 2588. Rare second French edition of a pharmacopoeia first published in Latin and reaching more-or-less its completed form with the Latin edition published at Lyon in 1548, but with predecessors going back to 1541. The present first French translation was first published at Lyons in 1574. The book was compiled by the Paris Galenist physician and professor of anatomy, Jacques Dubois or Sylvius (1478?-1555), teacher of Vesalius, and translated by the Lyons physician André Caille (1515-1580). The three "libri" cover collecting simples, preparing simples and preparing compound medicines. The 1548 edition introduced the title Pharmacopoeae, which many later pharmacopoeia followed. With 2 early owners' inscriptions and an occasional contemporary ms note (1 extensive). With a minor water stain at the head of the page, occasionally touching the running heads, but still in good condition. The binding has been extensively reworked but is structurally sound.

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        The Union of the two noble and illustrate famelies of Lancastre & Yorke . .

      London: Grafton, 1548. FIRST EDITION. Woodcut title page and full-page woodcut colophon, numerous woodcut historiated initials, including the large woodcut on the first text leaf. Contemporary calf, rebacked; title repaired at top, not affecting any printing. Signature of Thomas Spring dated 1663 on title and the word Dartmouth written in pen on the verso of title, contemporary annotation on first text leaf. Overall an excellent copy, very little browning, sharp impression. First edition, first issue of Hall's chronicles of English history, famed as one of Shakespeare's major sources. Spanning from the accession of Henry IV in 1399 and the War of the Roses to the death of Henry VIII in 1547, the text serves primarily as a moral exemplar and cautionary political tale. It was fundamental in cementing the memory of Richard III as a villainous ruler. Unlike other chroniclers, Hall weaves his own eye-witness accounts into the narrative, bringing a dramatic immediacy to these political mechanisms. Hall's text reiterates his respect for the monarchy and royal ceremony and is decidedly sympathetic to the Protestant cause. He is also one of the earliest historians to suggest that the Tudor house would restore England to its rightful glory after the political strife and economic upheavals of the fifteenth century. Of particular interest is the chronicle's role as inspiration and source material for William Shakespeare's plays on the Wars of the Roses-Richard II, Henry IV (parts one and two), Henry V, Henry VI (parts one, two and three) and Richard III. Hall (1497-1547), lawyer, historian, and member of Parliament, likely viewed the production of this chronicle as his life's mission. Although he died before his magnum opus could be completed, Hall left the manuscript to the King's printer, Richard Grafton (c. 1507-1573), who completed and published the text.

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        Le imagini con tutti i riversi trovati et le vite de gli imperatori tratte dalle medaglie et dalle historie de gli antichi. Libro primo.]

      - [Venezia, Enea Vico Parm. F., 1548], in-4, leg. ottocentesca in mezza pergamena con punte, titolo su tassello in pelle rossa al dorso, carte [55] su [60]. Con 12 cornici architettoniche calcografiche (recanti ciascuna il ritratto d'un imperatore) che circondano il testo nella prima pagina di ogni biografia e 62 calcografie a piena pagina raffiguranti monete. Prima edizione. Le tavole sono attribuite a Enea Vico. Esemplare purtroppo privo di 5 carte: le 4 iniziali (frontespizio inciso, carta con privilegio al recto e primo avviso dell'autore ai lettori al verso, carta con prosecuzione dell'avviso ai lettori al recto e pagina bianca al verso, carta con secondo avviso ai lettori al recto e al verso) e l'ultima carta (bianca al recto e recante una marca edit. xilografica al verso). 19 della 55 carte presentano almeno un margine bianco (in molti casi più margini bianchi) ricostruito in antico. Qualche lieve alone o brunitura. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tabula Europa VII

      Venezia 1548 - "Carta tolemaica pubblicata in "La Geografia di Claudio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, Con alcuni commenti e aggiunte fattevi da Sebastiano Munstero Alamanno, Con le tavole non solamente antiche & moderne solite di stamparsi, ma altre nuove aggiuntevi di Meser lacopo Gastaldo Piamontese cosmographo, ridotta in volgare Italiano da M. Pietro Andrea Mattiolo Senese medico Eccellentissimo " edita per la prima volta a Venezia, nel 1548. Per questa prima edizione italiana, di cui Pietro Andrea Mattioli curò il testo, Gastaldi, realizzò le 60 carte, 26 tolemaiche e 34 moderne, in proiezione cilindrica rettangolare, graduate ai margini in latitudine e longitudine, ma prive di scala. Le tavole antiche sono decorate nel mare di velieri, mostri marini, animali. Anche nella VII tavola d'Europa si può osservare un grande veliero e un mostro marino che divora un essere umano e, esterna alla cornice, la figura di un re ai cui piedi sta un cavallo. L'immagine della Sardegna e della Sicilia è quella ormai nota: la prima con una sola catena montuosa (tronchi di cono) e i cinque fiumi (a doppio tratto) che ne discendono; l'altra con i Crates Mons da cui nascono vari fiumi e l'Etna. Incisione su rame, testo al verso che indica i popoli e le città delle due isole, alla maniera del Münster, e le distanze in ore e minuti tra le principali località. In ottimo stato di conservazione." Nice example of Gastaldi's map of Sicily and Sardinia. Gastaldi's mapping of Sicily is of special note, as the map would unquestionably include the same information as contained in Gastaldi's Descrittione della Sicilia con le sue Isole ., first issued in 1545, which was Gastaldi's second earliest map. Giacomo Gastaldi is considered as the foremost Italian cartographer of the 16th century along with Paolo Forlani. From Piedmont, Gastaldi established his reputation in Venice and was cosmographer to the Republic of Venice. Gastaldi enjoyed a productive relationship with Giovanni Ramusio, Secretary of the Venice Senate, who used Gastaldi's maps for his Navigationi et Viaggi. This map is from Gastaldi's edition of Ptolemy, Ptolemeo. La Geografia., begun as early as 1542 and published in Venice in 1548. Collezione Spagnolo, p. 132, n. 20 Dimensioni 175 133mm [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Peripatetici in quatuor libros meteorologicorum aristotelis, commentatio lucidissima, Alexandro Piccolomineo interprete. Huc insuper accessit de Iride brevistractatus, eodem Alexandro Piccolomineo authore: in quo quamplurima Aristotelis, tum etiam Alexandri Aphrodisiensis e Olympiodori dicta planissime explicantur. Index etiam eorum quae in commentatione Alexandri observatione digna annotatu sunt.

      Scotum, 1548. In 4°, br. posticcia, cc. n. 55, con alcune piccole inc. geometriche. Capilettera. Front. e ultima pag. con marca tipografica.

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        Turgew':.

      - Holzschnitt v. Heinrich Vogtherr der Ältere n. Johannes Stumpf b. Christoph Froschauer d.Ä. in Zürich, 1548, 29 x 19,5 Dürst/Bonaconsa, Der Bodensee, Nr. 27. - Thurgaukarte mit dem Bodensee, dem Kanton St. Gallen und Werdenberg. - Oben rechts und unten links Kartuschen. - Im Bodensee zahlreiche Segelschiffe.

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        Der Dritte Teil der Buecher des Ehrnwirdigen herrn doctoris Martini Lutheri/ darin zusamen gebracht sind christliche vnd troestliche Erklerung vnd auslegung der furnemesten Psalmen/ die durch jn selb/ durch Gottes gnad/ deudsch geschrieben/ vnd etliche durch andere aus dem Latin in deudsche sprach gebracht sind/ seer nuetzlich zu rechtem vnd klarem verstand Christlicher Lere....

      4, zweifarbiges Titelblatt mit Holzschnitt, 7 Bl., 276 Bl. 318 Bl., zahlreiche Holzschnitt-Initialen., Schweinslederband der Zeit, blindgeprägt, ohne Schliessen., Handschriftliches Bibliotheksschild a. Rücken, Deckel min wurmstichig, Vorsätze etwas fleckig u kleinen Randläsuren. innen sauber, Marginalien von alter Hand. VD16 L 3312. Namenszug a. Titelblatt Johannes Minnenius [Dank an die Frau Kollegin Oberacker-Pilick für die Uebersetzung.] Vorwort von Philipp Melanchthon. Dritter Band der ersten deutschen Gesamtausgabe von Luthers Schriften (Wittenberger Ausgabe), die noch von Luther selbst begonnen wurde (1548-1573). Der Titelholzschnitt, Luther u. Kurfürst Johann Friedrich von Sachsen, neben dem Kruzifix kniend, ist eine Kopie nach Lucas Cranach d. J. An der Herausgabe waren u. a. Kaspar Creutziger, Georg Maior u. Georg Rörer beteiligt. Philipp Melanchthon schrieb Vorreden zu 8 Bänden.

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        Roma ristaurata, et Italia illustrata di Biondo da Forlì; tradotte in buona lingua volgare per Lucio Fauno

      Venice, Michele Tramezzino, 1548. Una bella edizione, rara, di questo libro popolare a cura di Michele Tramezzino a Venezia. Copertina in pergamena e cartone; il dorso presenta tre nervi con una scritta ("Biondo Roma Rest Italia Illustrated"). Piccole illustrazioni sulla prima lettera di ciascun capitolo del volume. Alcune note e segni a matita sono presenti all'interno; alcune macchie sono presenti sul frontespizio; buone condizioni delle pagine e illustrazioni all'interno. Ristampa del XVI secolo del lavoro edito nel 1446 da Biondo da Forli, la seconda a cura di Michele Tramezzino dopo quello del 1543. Lingua : Italiano. Nice rare edition of this popular volume edited by Michele Tramezzino in Venice. Later hard cover in parchment and cardboard; binding with 3 nervs with the following writing in china ink: "Biondo Roma Rest Italia Illustrated". Illustrated letter-heads on each first page of different chapters. Some pencil notes and signs inside; some stains on frontispiece; good conditions of pages and illustrations. XVI century reprint of the work edited in 1446 by Biondo da Forlì, the second by Michele Tramezzino after that of 1543. Language: Italian Buone condizioni

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        Gyrone il Cortese.

      Al christianissimo, et invittissimo Re Arrigo Secondo. Parigi, Rinaldo Calderio, et Claudio suo figliuolo, 1548. in-4, pp. ff. (8), 180, carattere corsivo su due colonne; magnifica legatura settecentesca in marocchino granata con ampia bordura a foglie e fiori impressa in oro sui piatti, dorso a nervi con tit. e ricchi fregi oro, tagli dor, dentelle int., attribuita a ''Nicolas-Denis Dérome, le Jeune''. Titolo racchiuso in elegante bordura silogr. con piccola marca tip. al centro, una bella iniz. ornata. Lunga dedica dell'autore al Re di Francia Enrico II nella quale traccia la storia dell'origine e dell'istituzione dei Cavalieri Erranti, detti della Tavola Rotonda; testo su due colonne in nitidissimo car. corsivo. Prima edizione di questo celebre e fortunato poema cavalleresco di 24 libri in ottave, rifacimento abbastanza fedele del romanzo francese in prosa ''Gyron le Courtois''. Esempl. stupendo (ma con cerniere della legatura deboli). Ex-libris Edgard Stern.. Gamba n. 21. Razzolini p. 9-10. Melzi n. 746. Ferrario IV, pp. 230-1. Olschki, Choix XII, 18283..

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        Isocratis orationes omnes, quae quidem ad nostram aetatem pervenerunt, una et viginti numero, una cum novem eiusdem epistolis è graeco in latinum conversae, per Hieronynum Uvolfium Oetingensem.

      Oporinum, 1548. In 4°, m. pelle no coeva, cc.nn. 6 + pp. 252 (testo latino) + cc.nn. 6 + pp. 281 (testo greco) + cc.nn. 9. Capilettera. Bei marg. Carta forte. Marca tipografica al centro dell'ultima pp.

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        Bedencken auffs Interim Magdeburg Hans Walther

      

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        Die esrt tafel des Rheinstroms / in der vergriffen wirt die Eydtegnoschafft / das Elsaß und Brißgoew' u. 'Die ander tafel des Rheinstroms begreifend die Pfaltz-Westrich-Eyfel ecc.' u. 'Die dritt tafel des Rheinstroms / innhaltend das nider Teütschlandt.':.

      - Kolorierter Holzschnitt aus Sebastian Münsters Cosmographie, 1548, je 27 x 34,5 (zus. 27 x 103,5) Vgl. Stopp, Die Monumentalen Rheinlaufkarten aus der Blütezeit der Kartographie Nr. 1. - Burmeister, Sebastian Münster Bibliographie, S. 67, 69. - Erste gedruckte Rheinlaufkarte! - Die Karte von 3 Platten gedruckt.

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        I capricci del bottaio. Ristampati nuovamente con alcuni che vi mancano.

      [Torrentino],, In Firenze 1548 - In-8° (cm.17,2), legatura del XVIII secolo in p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso; pp. [16] 224 in ottimo stato, con ritratto silografico dell'autore al verso del frontespizio; sporadiche fioriture, firma cassata al frontespizio. «E' quest'edizione certamente del Torrentino» [Gamba 488]. «Di grande eleganza, e rarità, e fa testo di lingua» [Moreni 17]. «Nell'Indice leggo proibiti i Capricci, non la Circe» [A. Zeno, in Biblioteca dell'eloquenza italiana II, 187n]. Buon esemplare.

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        Der Dritte Teil der Buecher des Ehrnwirdigen herrn doctoris Martini Lutheri/ darin zusamen gebracht sind christliche vnd troestliche Erklerung vnd auslegung der furnemesten Psalmen/ die durch jn selb/ durch Gottes gnad/ deudsch geschrieben/ vnd etliche durch andere aus dem Latin in deudsche sprach gebracht sind/ seer nuetzlich zu rechtem vnd klarem verstand Christlicher Lere....

      4, zweifarbiges Titeblatt mit Holzschnitt, 7 Bl., 276 Bl. 318 Bl., zahlreiche Holzschnitt-Initialen., Schweinslederband der Zeit, blindgeprägt, ohne Schliessen., Handschriftliches Bibliotheksschild a. Rücken, Deckel min wurmstichig, Vorsätze etwas fleckig u kleinen Randläsuren. innen sauber, Marginalien von alter Hand. VD16 L 3312. Namenszug a. Titelblatt Johannes Minnenius [Dank an die Frau Kollegin Oberacker-Pilick für die Uebersetzung.] Vorwort von Philipp Melanchthon. Dritter Band der ersten deutschen Gesamtausgabe von Luthers Schriften (Wittenberger Ausgabe), die noch von Luther selbst begonnen wurde (1548-1573). Der Titelholzschnitt, Luther u. Kurfürst Johann Friedrich von Sachsen, neben dem Kruzifix kniend, ist eine Kopie nach Lucas Cranach d. J. An der Herausgabe waren u. a. Kaspar Creutziger, Georg Maior u. Georg Rörer beteiligt. Philipp Melanchthon schrieb Vorreden zu 8 Bänden.

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        Il Pimandro [Poimandres] di Mercurio Trismegisto. Tradotto da Tommaso Benci in Lingua Toscana.

      In Firenze [appresso Lorenzo Torrentino] 1548. Hard Cover. 12 p.l., 119 p., 8 ll., 16.5 cm. (Octavo: *8, **4, A-G8, H4, I4, I4). "After Marsilio Ficino had completed his Latin translation from the Greek in 1463, he asked his friend Tommaso Benci (1427-1470) to produce a version in Tuscan. This circulated in Manuscript. This first Italian edition was edited by Carlo Lenzoni and Corpus Hermeticum (bibliography) 51; Adams (Cambridge) H 350; Gamba 1515; Ferguson I: 389 (the 1549 edition). This copy has stamps of "William Morley Middle Temple" on title page and last leaf. An inscription on a prliminary leaf in ink reads"From Beauchamp to his kind friend William Morley This appears to be a William Morly of Glynde, Sussex one of whom built Glynde Place in 1569. Lamp oil stains on first fly leaf carry less to second and touches to title page.OB 289. VG; bound in full modern leather.

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        1548 Apianus COSMOGRAPHIA Navigation Astronomy Illustrated Woodcuts SPANISH

      Vendese en Enveres [sic] en casa de Gregorio Bontio . 1548. - 1548 Apianus COSMOGRAPHIA Navigation Astronomy Illustrated Woodcuts SPANISH INCLUDES EARLIEST MAP OF NEW WORLD! An exceedingly rare first Spanish edition of Cosmographia – the leading Renaissance work on astronomy and cosmography! This work includes rare descriptions of America and American islands, specific navigations with a compass, and woodcuts of globes, celestial maps, graphs, and trigonometric instruments. Petrus Apianus (1495 – 1552), also known as Peter Apian, was a German humanist, known for his works in mathematics, astronomy and cartography. He produced his Cosmographicus liber (1524), a highly-respected work on astronomy and navigation which was to see at least 30 reprints in 14 languages and that remained popular until the end of the 16th century. We do not find any other Spanish language examples of this book for sale elsewhere, let alone first editions! EXTREMELY RARE! Main author: Peter Apian Title: Libro dela Cosmographia de Pedro Apiano, el qual trata la descripcion del mundo, y sus partes, por muy claro y lindo artificio, augmetado por el doctissimo varon Gemma Frisio . con otros dos libros del dicho Gemma, de la materia mesma. Agora nueuamete traduzidos en Romace Castellano. Published: Vendese en Enveres [sic] en casa de Gregorio Bontio . 1548. • Brown 152. Salvá, 3754. Palau, I 90. Borba de Morais, 42. Sabin, 1753. Language: Spanish Notes & content: • 1st Spanish edition • Large title page vignette – globe • Illustrated throughout with in-text woodcut engravings o Armillary sphere o Charts o Small map of Spain o Globes, star navigation o Compass o Decorative initials • Includes world map which is one of the earliest representations of the New World. • Collation: (2), 68, (2) • Provenance: Gold-embossed stamp on the front board – DEL DUOUDE DE OSUNA BIBLIOTECA (Duke of Osuna) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure leather binding Pages: complete with all 68 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Vendese en Enveres [sic] en casa de Gregorio Bontio . 1548. Size: ~8.5in X 6in (22cm x 15cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $5500 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Petri Victorii Commentarii in Tres Libros Aristotelis De Arte Decendi. Positis Ante Singulas Declarationes Graecis Verbis Auctoris.

      Florentiae: Bernardi Junctae, 1548. [8] leaves, 637 pages of text, 1 leaf with printer's device on verso, [11] leaves, followed by 1 leaf with printer's device on verso. New full leather spine with six raised bands and leather spine labels. Original splotched black and orange paper covered boards, with vellum covered corners. New endpapers. The text has a few pages with small and minor spots of soiling or staining, but is overall quite lovely. Previous owner's stamps neatly on the title page, and a few pages with a few small ink notations. First edition.. First Edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. Folio.

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        Delle antichità della città di Roma, raccolte e scritte da M. Lucio Fauno con somma brevità, & ordine, con quanto gli antichi o moderni scritto ne hanno, libri V.

      (Venedig Michele Tramezzino ) Format: 8° [12] nn 157 num 23 nn Bl Mit großer Holzschnitt-Titelvignette und zahlreichen bis zu 9zeiligen szenischen Holzschnitt-Initialen Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit fleckig wellig mit Läsuren und Eckabriss vom Block gelöst 1548 - *** Erste Ausgabe der frühen Beschreibung der römischen Antiken, Monumente, Statuen, Kunstgegenstände und Inschriften von dem italienischen Archäologen, humanistischen Gelehrten und Übersetzer Lucius Faunus, die erstmals im italienischen Vulgare, dann auch in lateinischer Sprache erschien und 1549 und 1552 zwei weitere Auflagen erfuhr. Neueste Forschungen verweisen auf die Urheberschaft des Antiquars Giovanni Tarcagnota da Gaeta (1499-1566), der unter dem Pseudonym Faunus (Fauno) veröffentlichte. Das von Papst Paul III. und dem venezianischen Senat akkreditierte Werk gehört zu den frühesten und detailliertesten Darstellungen der Kunst der Ewigen Stadt zur Zeit der Renaissance, als schon zahlreiche Grabungen stattfanden, man etwa den Laokoon schon gefunden hatte. Eine umstrittene Theorie des Autors ist allerdings die Lokalisierung des Forums, die zur Zeit umstritten war, da zwischen Kapitol, Palatin und Kolosseum die Kühe auf dem sogenannten „Campo Vaccino" weideten. Gewidmet ist das Werk von dem erfolgreichen venezianischen Verleger Michele Tramezzino: "Al Signor Messer Giacopo Meleghini". Das ausführliche Register am Schluss schlüsselt alle genannten und behandelten Kunstwerke auf. Besonders interessant ist das umfangreiche Nachwort des Autors "alli lettori", zu dem es eine eigene wissenschaftliche Untersuchung von Margaret Daly Davis und Charles Davis gibt (Heidelberg 2008): „Am Ende des Buches 'Delle antichità della città di Roma' (Venezia 1548) fügt der Verfasser Lucio Fauno ein Postscriptum hinzu, in dem er dem Leser eine damals sehr umstrittene Kontroverse unterbreitet. Es handelt sich um die Lage des Forum Romanum. Im Gegensatz zu einer weit verbreiteten Meinung, nach der sich das Forum zwischen dem Kapitolinischen Hügel und dem Titusbogen befunden habe, lokalisierten andere und insbesondere Pirro Ligorio (zusammen mit seinen Freunden Gabriele Faerno und Benedetto Egio) das Forum Romanum zwischen dem Kapitolinischen Hügel und dem Palatin. Dies widersprach dem gängigen Konsens, der schon in der Topographia Antiquae Romae von Bartolomeo Marliani 1544 begründet wurde. Die Gegenargumente des Fauno zielen darauf, Ligorios Position zu untergraben, unter anderem als Verteidigung der Beschreibung der römischen Topographie, wie sie in der Antichità di Roma von Fauno dargestellt wurde. Mit den Jahren erwies sich Ligorios Umlokalisierung des Forum Romanum als falsch. Zudem beweist die Diskussion von ‘Lucio Fauno’, dass sein Name als Pseudonym für den Schriftsteller und Antiquar, Giovanni Tarcagnota aus Gaeta (gest. 1566) steht."Nicht unerwähnt bleiben sollte der hübsche Buchschmuck der Offizin Tramezzinos. So zeigt das Titelbild eine Sibylle als Druckermarke. Die bemerkenswert schönen Initialen jeweils mit einem kleinen szenischen Bild, Landschaften, Architekturcapriccios, Gesichtern etc. Titel leicht sprenkelfleckig, wenige Titenfleckchen am Rand, sonst kaum fleckig, meist sehr sauber und frisch, einige winzige Papierläsuren wie Eselsohren. Mit zwei handschriftlichen Besitzvermerken von Angehörigen der berühmten adeligen Spinelli-Familie auf dem Titel, von Giovanni Battista und Carlo Maria Spinelli (datiert 1792). Sehr selten, nicht im Handel nachweisbar. Adams F-137. Cicognara 3712. Buddeus II, 312. Jöcher II, 2567. Vgl. Zedler IX, 320. Erste Ausgabe [Attributes: First Edition]

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        De rerum inventoribus libri octo Eiusdem in dominicam precem commentariolum Item Dialogorum de prodigiis libri tres Basle apud Mich Isingrinium

      

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        Faythful and moost Godlye treatyse concernynge the most sacret sacrament of the blessed body and bloude of oure sauioure Christe, co[m]piled by Iohn Caluyne, a man of no lesse lernyng and literature, then Godlye studye, and example of liuynge. And translated into Latyne b Lacius a man of lyke excellencie. And nowe laste of all translated into Englyshe by a faythfull brother, no lesse desirous to profyt the weake brothers then to exercise the talent of the Lorde to this honoure and glorye. In declaration whereof, he hath set before this litle booke an Epistle to the reader much more effectuous then in the fyrst edicion. Wherunto the order that the Churche and congregation of Christ in Denmarke doth vse at the receiuinge of Baptisme, the supp

      London Iohn Day and Wyllyam Seres 1548 - Possibly the First Appearance of Calvin in English Translation. CALVIN, John. [COVERDALE, Miles, translator]. A Faythful and moost Godlye treatyse concernynge the most sacret sacrament of the blessed body and bloude of oure sauioure Christe, co[m]piled by Iohn Caluyne, a man of no lesse lernyng and literature, then Godlye studye, and example of liuynge. And translated into Latyne b Lacius a man of lyke excellencie. And nowe laste of all translated into Englyshe by a faythfull brother, no lesse desirous to profyt the weake brothers then to exercise the talent of the Lorde to this honoure and glorye. In declaration whereof, he hath set before this litle booke an Epistle to the reader much more effectuous then in the fyrst edicion. Wherunto the order that the Churche and congregation of Christ in Denmarke doth vse at the receiuinge of Baptisme, the supper of [the] Lorde, and wedlocke: is added. Myles Couerdale. London: Iohn Day and Wyllyam Seres, dwellynge in Sepulchres Parish at the signe of the Resurrection a little aboue Holbourne Conduite. [1548?]. Early edition and possibly the First appearance of Calvin in English translation. Small octavo (5 5/8 x 3 1/2 inches; 135 x 90 mm). 96 pp. Black letter. A translation by Miles Coverdale from the Latin version by Nicholas Des Gallars of: Petit traict’e de la Saincte cene. Imprint from colophon; publication date suggested by STC. Provenance: Herbert, William (1718–1795), bibliographer and book collector. "Herbert's collection of some thousands of books ranging from manuscripts and incunabula to contemporary works, which he admitted had ‘employed no inconsiderable part of my life and, I may add, my fortune in forming it’ (Herbert, ‘Preface’, 1.vi), rivalled many of the libraries he had used." (ODNB). The STC lists four editions of this title, all with the suggested date of 1548, however all other three are said to be translated by Thomas Broke, making this the only 1548 edition actually translated by Coverdale. No other copies of this edition or any other 1548 edition has come up at auction since 1979, when another copy owned by William Herbert was sold at the Sotheby's London April 2, 1979 sale. This present copy has William Herbert's initials and manuscript note on the title-page. Modern half morocco over marbled boards. Spine lettered in gilt. All edges gilt. New endpapers. Some minor repairs to outer margin of title-page, not affecting text. A tiny wormhole to title-page, but no loss of text. Some early manuscript notes to first few pages, otherwise extremely clean throughout. ESTC S110973. STC 4412. HBS 67790. $24,500 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Variae historiae libri XIIII

      Apud Ioan Tornaesium(Jean de Tournes). Edition bilingue avec l'original grec et la traduction latine de Justus Vulteius en regard. Page de titre dans un encadrement Renaissance gravé.binding en plein veau noir glacé d'époque. spine à nerfs muet et janséniste (roulette à froid sur les spine-ends). Médaillon Renaissance à froid sur les plats. Mors supérieur fendu en tête et queue. Mors inférieur fendu en tête. p. 130 à 157, galeries de vers en marge droite. 4 feuillets de l'index ont perdu la marge droite (semble avoir été découpée).  Apud Ioan Tornaesium(Jean de Tournes) Francofurti(Francfort) 1548 in-16 (7,5x12,8cm) (16) 461pp. (17) relié

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        Commentarii linguae Graecae ab eodem accuratè recogniti atque amplius tertia parte aucti Paris ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii

      

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        COMMENTARII LINGUAE GRAECAE, GUILIELMO BUDAEO,CONSULARII REGIO,SUPPLICUMPQUE LIBELLOROM IN REGIA MAGISTRO, AUTORE

      ROBERTUS STEPHANUS, PARIJS 1548 - COMMENTARII LINGUAE GRAECAE , GUILIELMO BUDAEO, CONSILIARIO REGIO,SUPPLICUMQUE LIBELLORUM IN REGIA MAGISTRO, AUCTORE, Ab eodem accurate recogniti, atque amplius tertia parte aucti. 1 Volume folio original vellum, 6 raised bands, title vignette, printer's mark with tree olives ALTUM SAPERE NOLIM , 1109 pgs. + index. Contemporary underlings and commentary. See Scheiber " The estiennes" Adams 3096 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        L. Annei Senecae Cordubensis Tragoediae.

      Lyon: Seb. Gryphium, 1548. Small 8vo (12,3 x 7,5 cm). Contemporary flexible vellum, spine with library signatures in ink. Title page with printer's mark. Latin and italic types. 11 Historiated 5-line woodcut-initials (at the start of the introduction and of each play). Nice Seneca "pocket" edition, printed on rather thin paper. Title page with printer's mark with motto "virtute duce, comite fortuna" (L 8053, No 2-bis). Old handwritten ex-libris on title page. Contains the following 10 tragedies: Hercules furens, Thyestes, Thebais, Hippolytus, Oedipus, Troas, Medea, Agamemnon, Octavia, Hercules Oeteus. A few underlinings. First 3 leaves with small wormhole; lower margin of first 18 leaves and of inner and outer side margin of several quires after q till dd with rather insignificant waterstain. Otherwise a very well-kept copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        1548 GALEN Medicine & Surgery Greek Philosophy Andres Laguna Segovia Pharmacy

      Venetiis : Apud Hieronymum Scotum., 1548. - 1548 GALEN Medicine & Surgery Greek Philosophy Andres Laguna Segovia Pharmacy VERY Rare ed of Famed Spanish Physician in Vellum A very rare 16th-century printing of the medical writings of Galen. Aelius Galenus or Claudius Galenus (AD 129 – c.216), better known as Galen of Pergamon, was a prominent Greek physician, surgeon and philosopher in the Roman empire. Andrés Laguna de Segovia (1499 – 1559) was a Spanish humanist physician, pharmacologist, and botanist. Main author: Galen; Andres de Laguna Title: Epitomes omnium Galeni Pergameni operum : universam illius viri doctrinam, & methodu, quam accuratissime continetis: Published: Venetiis : Apud Hieronymum Scotum., 1548. Language: Latin FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 502 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Venetiis : Apud Hieronymum Scotum., 1548. Size: ~6in X 4.5in (15cm x 12cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $750 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Geografia, con alcuni comenti & aggiunte fattevi da Sebastiano Munstero, con le tavole non solamente antiche & moderne solite di sta(m)parsi, ma altre nuovo aggiuntevi di Jacopo Gastaldo, ridotta in volgare Italiano da Pietro Andrea Mattiolo

      Venice, 1548. Hardcover. Very Good. 8vo. [17.3 x 11 cm] 214 ff., including woodcut title 8 woodcuts in text, 1 ¾ page of an astronomer, (2) ff. [register/colophon and integral blank at DD8], 184 ff., including 60 double-page engraved maps. Bound in contemporary flexible vellum, resewn, with title inked on spine. Early ownership inscriptions on front pastedown (dated 1562), title and f.[2]. Ink highlighting on title, lower corner restored with imprint just cropped; "Tabula Europa IIII" soiled in lower corner; else excellent with map generally wide-margined and with strong impressions. Sole edition. Discounting the La Freri atlas factices, this was the most important atlas published between Waldseemuller's 1513 edition of Ptolemy and Ortelius' Theatrum of 1570. The litany of "firsts" attached to the Gastaldi's atlas is truly impressive. It was the first small-scale atlas, and related to this, it was at once the first printed atlas in Italian and the first in a vernacular language of any kind. Further, Nordenskiold called it "the very first atlas of the New World," because it was the earliest to contain a series of separate maps of parts of North and South America. Nordenskiold also noted that with this atlas "copper-engraving was reintroduced into the service of cartography," as it was the first atlas in the 16th century to use this process (excluding the later editions of the 1478 Rome Ptolemy). A number of maps were copper-engraved in the 15th century, but this method fell into disuse in the first half of the sixteenth century until this remarkable volume appeared. One might add that this atlas also demonstrated the special appeal of maps in miniature when well-engraved. Finely executed atlases in small format would become in the latter part of 16th century something of a sub-specialty of Italian map publishers. Not only would there be numerous world atlases in smaller format, but also isolarios and city atlases as well. Everywhere in this atlas are indications of Gastaldi's effort to use the freshest information available. The legendary "Tierra Nueva" map of the North American coast from Florida to Labrador is considered the earliest, acquirable map to focus on the East Coast of North America. It was also one of the earliest printed maps to reflect both Verrazano's and Cartier's explorations. One of the two world maps in the atlas, the "Universale Novo," is a reduction of an extremely rare map published just two years earlier that Tooley described as "one of the most important maps of the sixteenth century." Borri provides a thorough analysis of both general maps of Italy, noting the extent to which they depart from previous models. Elsewhere, Gole described "Calecut Nova Tavola" as "the first separate map of the Indian peninsula-one of the new maps added to Gastaldi's edition of Ptolemy in 1548." Although only one edition of this atlas is known, it in fact enjoyed a long publication life through a somewhat enlarged edition first published by G. Ruscelli in 1561. In this form, the atlas was re-issued five more times by various publishers through end of the century. Adams P-2234; Mortimer, Italian 404; Harrisse BAV 285; Streeter I.17; Phillips 369; Nordenskiöld 28; Karrow, Mapmakers of the 16th century, pp. 220ff; Burden 16 & 17; Shirley 87, 88, cf. 85; Borri 31, 32; Gole, S. India Within the Ganges, p. 47.

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        COMENTARII DI GABRIELLO SYMEONI FIORENTINO SOPRA LA TETRARCHIA DI VINEGIA DI MILANO DI MANTOVA ET DI FERRARA

      1548. Venezia Comino da Trino di Monferrato 1548 8° Pagine 2 carte bianche + 113 nemerate al solo verso + 28 non numerate + collophon + marca incisa in legno raffigurante due putti che sollevano una chiesa. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena. Piccola mancanza al dorso. Titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ritratto dell'autore inciso in legno al fontespizio. Tagli spruzzati. 3 alberi genealogici incisi fuori testo. Ottima e fresca copia. Rara seconda edizione. Gabriello Simeóni fu un poligrafo, nato a Firenze nel 1509 e morto forse a Torino dopo il 1572. Fu alla corte di Francesco I (1528) e di Cosimo de' Medici (1538). Si recò a varie riprese in Francia e v'introdusse l'erudizione antiquaria. Dal 1560 visse a Torino.

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        Epitomes omnium Galeni Pergameni operum, vniuersam illius viri doctrinam. & metthodum, quam accuratissime continentis, sectio quarta. Per Andream Lacunam Secobiensem, .. summa fide atque studio collecta .

      apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1548. In 16, pp. 488. Bross. muta. Capilettera. Interno molto fresco.

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        M. T. Ciceronis Libri tres De officiis. Item, De amicitia: De senectute: Paradoxa: & De somnio Scipionis. Cum D. Erasmi, Philippi Melan. ac Barptolemaei Latomi annotationibus. Quibus accessit Graeca Theodori Gazae in lib. de senectute, & Somnium Scipionis traductio.

      Apud Ioannem Andream Vauassorem cognomine Guadagninum, 1548. In 16, pp. (72), 264, (64). Rilegat. m. pelle, tre nervi e titoli impressi in oro. Marca tipogr. sul frontesp. raffigurante uomo con armatura e corona che tiene con la mano destra uno scudo con la testa di medusa, con la sinistra un vessillo. Ai piedi un globo e un'aquila.

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        La pharmacopee. Qui est la maniere de bien choisir & preparer les simples, & de bien faires les compositions: despartie en trois livres .Lyon, Louis Cloquemin, 1580. 16mo (12.5 x 8 cm). With Cloquemin's woodcut device on the title-page. Recased in contemporary(?) sheepskin parchment.

      - Durling 1248; USTC (8 copies); Waller 2588. Rare second French edition of a pharmacopoeia first published in Latin and reaching more-or-less its completed form with the Latin edition published at Lyon in 1548, but with predecessors going back to 1541. The present first French translation was first published at Lyons in 1574. The book was compiled by the Paris Galenist physician and professor of anatomy, Jacques Dubois or Sylvius (1478?-1555), teacher of Vesalius, and translated by the Lyons physician André Caille (1515-1580). The three "libri" cover collecting simples, preparing simples and preparing compound medicines. The 1548 edition introduced the title Pharmacopoeae, which many later pharmacopoeia followed. With 2 early owners' inscriptions and an occasional contemporary ms note (1 extensive). With a minor water stain at the head of the page, occasionally touching the running heads, but still in good condition. The binding has been extensively reworked but is structurally sound.

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        Delle antichitˆ della cittˆ di Roma raccolte e descritte con somma breuitˆ & ordine con quanto gli Antichi o Moderni scritto ne hanno Libri V

      Michele Tramezzino, Venetia 1548 - Qualche naturale macchia e traccia di tarlo all\'interno ma sempre chiara e senza fastidio al testo macchie e piccole abrasioni anche alla copertina. Perduta la tavola di Roma Bellissima marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio raffigurante Sybilla con motto Qual piu fermo e il mio foglio e il mio presaggio . Capilettera illustrati. Rara. (20) + 157 + (46) p. 105x155 mm

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        Der Herren Pfleger und Geheimen Räth des heyligen Reichsstatt Augspurg. Warhaffter gegenbericht, der Augspurgischen Händel und gegründte widertreybung D. Georg Müllers nechstverschinen 1586. Jars in Truckh außgestrewten Famos gedichts.

      4. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 104 nn. Bll., Mod. Ppbd. Erstausgabe dieser offiziellen Gegendarstellung des Augsburger Rates zur im Vorjahr erschienenen Schrift Augspurgische Händel des ehemaligen Augsburger Pastors und Superintendenten Georg Mylius (eigtl. Müller, 1548-1607). Die Stadt wehrt sich gegen die darin erhobenen Vorwürfe und rechtfertigt die Ausweisung des protestantischen Theologen. - Mylius hatte sich, als Papst Gregor XIII. 1582 den gregorianischen Kalender verordnete und Augsburg aus Kaisertreue die Reform übernahm, an die Spitze der örtlichen protestantischen Widerstandsbewegung gestellt, die den neuen Kalender zumindest für das Kirchenjahr boykottierte. Darüber erbost, ließ der [Augsburger] Senat [Mylius] durch Bewaffnete aus der Stadt bringen, aber die Bürger befreiten ihn und führten ihn im Triumph zurück. Doch wurde er gezwungen, am 28. Mai 1584 die Stadt zu verlassen. Mylius wandte sich nach Ulm, wo er freundliche Aufnahme fand [...]. Im Juni 1585 [folgte er] einem Rufe als Prediger und Professor in Wittenberg (ADB XXIII, 143). Verfasser ist lt. Holzmann/B. der Augsburger Jurist Georg Tradel (1530-98). - Bl. A ij mit kl. (papierbedingter?) Fehlstelle im Textblock (etw. Textverlust). Zeitgen. Unterstreichungen. Vereinzelt min. stockfleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar. - VD 16, A 4123 (ohne Verfasserangabe) BM STC, German Books 51 Holzmann/B. II, 5559 Knaake III, 760 nicht bei Adams.

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        IUSTINI EX TROGI POMPEII HISTORIIS EXTERNIS LIBRI XXXXIIII

      Lvgdvni. 1548. 12X8. Miniatura. Pergamino flexible. 418Pág+24h. Manuscrito en 2 paginas y pequeñas anotaciones en margenes en algunas paginas. Raríssima Obra la que presentamos, la cual trata de un resumen de la vida de Pompeyo. Ref 6.3 Bibliotec

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        Reisen in Afrika, Egypten und Syrien, in den Jahren 1792 bis 1798. Aus dem Englischen übersetzt und mit Anmerkungen versehen von M. C. Sprengel.

      Tit., 432 S. Mit 2 Kupfertaf. u. 1 mehrf. gefalt. Kupferkarte. Pbd. d. Zt. Rückenkanten stellenw., berieb. Einb. leicht fleckig. Henze I, 371ff. Gay 43 Röhricht 1548 Kainbacher 60,3

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        Della fabrica del mondo di M. Francesco Alunno da Ferrara, libri X, ne quali si contengono le voci di Dante, del Petrarca, del Boccaccio, & daltri buoni auttori, mediante lo qualli si possono scriuendo esprimere tutti i concetti dellhuomo di qualunque cosa creata. Di nuouo ristampati, corretti et ampliati di molte uoci latine et volgari del Bembo poste a suoi luoghi. Con vna dichiaratione di piu vocaboli che mancauano nelle altre impressioni, aggiunta a beneficio de gli studiosi della lingua uolgare. Per M. Francesco Sansovino.

      gr.-4. 38 Bll., 263 (1) S. Mit 2 gr. Titelvign. u. Initialen. Pgmt. d. Zt. Vors. erneuert. Erste Bll. fleckig mit sauber restaurierten Ecken. Kl. Wurmgang a. d. letzten Bll. vgl. Adams 837 Zaunmüller 197 - Frühes italienisches Wörterbuch, das erstmals 1548 erschien und oft nachgedruckt wurde. Textbeispiele von Dante, Petrarca und Boccaccio. Der Verf. Alunno (eig. Franceso del Bailo, 1484-1556) widmete sein Werk Cosimo de Medici. "Un imperfetto abbozzo degli odierni vocabolarii" (Gamba)

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        Gallia oder Franckrych, die Landtafel des dritten buchs. Südorientiert Holzschnittkarte aus J. Stumpfs Chronik, 1548. 28,5 x 41,5 cm.

       1548 Mit Titelkopfleiste, oben rechts Kartusche mit Erläuterungen, daneben und in den unteren Ecken Wappendarstellungen, in den Gewässern Seeungeheuer und Schiffe.- Zeigt Frankreich, angrenzend Piemont, Deutschland und ein Teil Englands. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Rhetorica und Formulare, Teütsch.

      Tübingen, U. Morhart 1548. - Mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre. 14 unnum., 225 num. Bll. Mit breitem blindgepr. Schweinsleder-Rücken d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 intakten Schließen. Folio. 31,5 x 22 cm. VD 16 H 5817. STC 421. - Nicht bei Adams. - Einer von zwei Drucken aus demselben Jahr, beide bei Morhart. - Das oftmals aufgelegte Formularbuch war erstmals 1528 erschienen. Huge war Stadtschreiber zu Basel, Pforzheim und Calw. - Rücken mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Deckel mit kleinem Ausbruch und etwas beschabt. Am Ende mit Wurmspuren im Kopfsteg (minimaler Buchstabenverlust). Tls. etwas fleckig und gebräunt.

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        Brieve commentaria; nelle Guerra della Germania fatta del felicissimo & maxima Imperadore Carlo. V. d'Austria del MDXLVI. et MDXLVII. Tradotto di Spagnuolo in lingua Toscana.

      Venetia (Venice), (Comin), 1548. Small 8vo. Cont. full vellum w. title and author written in ink in contemporary hand on back. Inner hinges cracked, and book block almost loose from binding. Sewing cords on back fully intact, thus keeping book block tight. First ab. 10 leaves w. some soiling, not heavy. Faint waterstaining throughout, but overall a nice copy. Three woodcut allegorical initials (ab. 3x3 cm.). Old owner's name in cont. hand on t-p.: "D. Gio: Guido Sirano.". (2), 63, (2) pp., pp. (64) - 103, (1) p. (colophon). First Italian translation, translated by the author, being the the first translation into any other language, of this popular work originally written and published in Sapnish in 1547 and 1548. The work, though very partial, became exceedingly popular, and within a period of a few years, the work was reprinted several times and translated into several languages. It was published in Latin twice in 1550 and in French the same year. The second Italian edition already appeard in 1549."Quoique écrit avec partialité, cet ouvrage obtient un grand succès dans sa nouveauté. Imprimé d'abord en Espagne en 1548, il fut, en peu d'années, réimprimé plusieurs fois." (Brunet I:588).Brunet I:588, Greasse I:264, Adams A 2340.

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        Dictionarium. Post omnes alias editiones, ea denuo vocabulorum ex omnibus omnium authorum, tam priscorum, quam recentiorum, qui de hac re scripsere, libris excerptorum, accessione auctum, eaque cura ac iudicio recognitum, ut nihil praeterea reliquum sit quod desideres. Nam et vulgarem vocabulorum interpretationem addidimus, ut his etiam qui praeceptore carent, sit satisfactum. Quae accessere hoc signo notantur.

      Al segno del Nettuno, 1548. Cm. 29, cc. 623. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e belle iniziali ornate. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle e cart. rigido con titoli su tassello al dorso ed al piatto. Esemplare genuino ma con macchiette sparse e qualche abile rinforzo alle prime ed ultime carte. Manca l'ultima carta, sicuramente bianca (cfr. Iccu). Edizione non comune.

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        Orig.-Holzschnitt: Martin Luther in ganzer Figur, nach rechts blickend.

      ca. 1548. - Folio. Lose auf Karton montiert, unter Passerpartout (Karton mit Klebespuren). Ohne Datum, signiert mit dem Schlangenzeichen mit liegenden Flügeln. - 24,5 x 14,8cm. - Ober- und Unterrand mit urspr. Text abgetrennt, verso mit Text. - Schuchardt, 156. Hellstein 41. Bartsch 148. Lang de

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        Römischer auch zu Hungern und Behem ec. Ku. Mai. Zinbergkwercks Ordnung auff die Bergkwerck Dengst, Perninger, Lichtenstadt, Platten, Gotsgab, Raff, Wückenbergk vnd andern derselbigen orten vnd enden.

      [Zwickau, Meyerpeck, 1548]. o. Pag. [18 Bll.] Priv. Hld. späterer Zeit. Fragment: die ersten 18 von 24 Bll. - Zwei Bl. am Rand altergänzt (kl. Buchstabenverluste), kl. Fraßspur, feuchtigkeitsrandig, fleckig, tlw. papierbedingte Oxidation. Ebd. etw. berieben, Gbrsp. der Zeit. Versand D: 7,00 EUR Bergbau; N-H-T

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        De sermone latino et modis latinis loquendi. Eiusdem Venatio ad Ascanium cardinalem

      Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1548. 8vo (cm. 16,4), 402(14) pp. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titolo in oro dipinto al ds.(lievi tracce di usura). Tagli scuri. Alcuni aloni marginali, ma buon esemplare. Adams, N 904. Ceresoli, p. 140.

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        Römischer auch zu Hungern und Behem ec. Ku. Mai. Zinbergkwercks Ordnung auff die Bergkwerck Dengst, Perninger, Lichtenstadt, Platten, Gotsgab, Raff, Wückenbergk vnd andern derselbigen orten vnd enden.

      Meyerpeck,, [Zwickau, 1548 - [Zwickau, Meyerpeck, 1548]. o. Pag. [18 Bll.] Priv. Hld. späterer Zeit. Fragment: die ersten 18 von 24 Bll. - Zwei Bl. am Rand altergänzt (kl. Buchstabenverluste), kl. Fraßspur, feuchtigkeitsrandig, fleckig, tlw. papierbedingte Oxidation. Ebd. etw. berieben, Gbrsp. der Zeit. Deutsch [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Thesaurus linguae sanctae ex R. David Kimchi... Sancte Pagnino Lucensi authore. Contractior & emendatior.

      Ex Officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, 1548. Cm. 21,5, pp. (72) 1495 (57). Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con titoli in oro su tassello. Qualche antica nota ms. alle carte di guardia e nel testo. Esemplare con qualche segno d'uso, ma genuino e ben conservato. Cfr. Adams K-45.

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        £Å¼¼¯ºÄ¿½ sive Miscellaneorum decas una

      Godefroy and Marcellin Beringen, 1548. 8vo, late 17th-century half vellum, spine with gilt title on label, marbled edges, 263, (1) pp. Printer's device on the title-page. Light damp stain in the lower margin at the center of the volume, but all in all a good copy. REPRINT of the first Louvain edition, issued in the same year, of this collection of philological essays by this important Belgian humanist, mostly issued from his lectures at the Collegium Trilingue at Louvain. &ldquo,Sans être volumineux, ce receuil est l'un de ceux qui ont le plus contribué à établir la renommée philologique de son auteur, il donne en effet, une idée générale de sa sagacité, de la moderation de son caractère et de l'étendue de son erudition&rdquo, (A. Polet, Une gloire de l'humanisme belge Petrus Nannius, Louvain, 1936, p. 144). The work opens with a dedicatory letter to the English statesman William Paget, dated Louvain, June 1, 1548 (cf. Oxford Bibliographical Society, Proceedings Papers, 1927, I, p. 210). The ten books of the volume deal respectively with the interpretation of Terence (Books I II), commentary on Horace (Book III: it also contains an account of Nannius' discovery of four ancient manuscripts of Horace in the library of the Benedictine monastery of St. Peter's Abbey, Ghent, or &lsquo,Mont Blandin'. These were the so-called &lsquo,Blandinian manuscripts', which were destroyed in a fire at the monastery in 1566), interpretation of some passages from the Satires and the Epistles of Horace (IV), commentary to some passages of Livy (Book V), commentaries on some passages of Virgil's Bucolica and Aeneid (VI VII), defense of Erasmus against Robortello (Book VIII, see below), commentaries on some passage of Cicero (Book IX) and various commentaries on geology, etymology, comparative grammar, ancient astronomy, history, and Roman law (Book X) (cf. L. Laureys, Petrus Nannius als Philologe und Literaturkritiker im Lichte seines Kommentar's zur &lsquo,Ars Poetica' des Horaz, in: &ldquo,Transformations of the Classics via Early Modern Commentaries&rdquo,, A.E. Enekel, ed., Leiden, 204, pp. 91-110). The Italian humanist Franceso Robortello, nicknamed Canis grammaticus (&lsquo,the grammatical dog') for his confrontational and demanding manner, criticized in Variorum locorum annotationes (1543) some of Erasmus' paraphrases of Diogenes Laertius in the latter's Apophthegmata. &ldquo,The shortcomings of Robortello's Annotationes were notices by Petrus Nannius, who devoted chapter VIII of his Miscellanea (1548) to the defense of Erasmus Apophthegmata. The first part of this chapter consist of a detailed discussion and, if possible, refutation of Robortello's notes. Contrary to Robortello, the Leuven professor shows a clear understanding of Erasmus' intention and method, without being blind to the errors he came across. He does not deny that the Italian critic was sometimes right, but disapproves of the acerbitas of his tone. Nannius quotes Robortello's annotations almost in full before discussing them. Sometimes he proves that Erasmus' interpretation was right. In other cases he tries to explain why Erasmus rendered the apophthegm as he did, or at least to mitigate the criticism. The second part of the chapter VIII, were Nannius corrects Erasmus' interpretation of nineteen other apophthegms, departs from the same benevolent attitude&rdquo, (T.L. Ter Meer, Introduction, in: &ldquo,Opera Omnia Desiderii Erasmi Roterdami. Ordinis Quarti. Tomus Quartus: Apophthegmata&rdquo,, Leiden 2010, p. 21). Petrus Nannius (Pieter Nanninck) was born in Alkmaar, where the first seeds for his later success was planted by Alardus of Amsterdam, who taught him Latin at the then famous local Latin School. His other teachers there were Bartholomew of Cologne, Rutger Rescius and Johannes Murmelius. In November 1518 he started his studies at the University of Louvain, where he probably met Erasmus. After his graduation he taught for a year at the Latin school of his native town and in 1521 was appointed rector of the Latin school of Gouda. During this time was published his comedy Victus (1522). When Erasmus died in 1536, Nannius contributed to the collection of epitaphs edited by Rutger Rescius (Louvain, 1537). And when his friend Conrad Goclenius died in January 1539, Nannius became his successor as Latin teacher at the Collegium Trilingue in Louvain, a position he held until his death. The great fame he acquired in this period is due to his commentaries on the writings of Horace, Cicero, Virgil and Lucretius. His correspondence gives a good impression of his international network of friends, scholars and politicians, including Nicolas Olah, later prelate of Hungary, Nicolas and Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle, Giacomo Fieschi, bishop of Savona, Stephen Gardiner, bishop of Wincester, the Portuguese humanists Damião de Goes and Achilles Statius, the English diplomat Nicholas Wotton, Edmond Bonner, bishop of London, the English humanist Roger Asham, Henri Estienne and many others (cf. A. Polet, op. cit., pp. 3-28 and H. de Vocht, History of the Foundation and Rise of the Collegium Trilingue Lovaniense, 1517-1550, Louvain, 1955, IV, pp. 460-461). Adams, N-20, Baudrier, III, p. 47, Gültlingen, X, p. 46, no. 44, USTC, no. 115101.

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        Biblia utriusque testamenti, summa cura, ac diligentia et collatione multorum ac emendatissimorum exemplarium, quam castigatissime fieri potuit excussa.

      Al segno della Speranza, 1548. In 8° (mm 150 x 100), cc. (8), 620, (4, la quarta è bianca). Rilegatura originale in pergamena flessibile con capitelli passanti e 3 nervi allumati anch'essi passanti. Piatti con unghiatura che conservano gli agganci a cui erano attaccati i legacci, ora persi. Un pò inscurita e con piccole macchie sparse d'inchiostro chiaro. Sul dorso si legge, di mano coeva, un 66 con sotto la data dell'edizione: 1548. Sull'ult. sguardia libera si legge in bella grafia coeva: "Io Philippo Matiolo ho comprato questa bibia de lano 1555 L.3" e poco sotto nella stessa carta: "Dico Philippo Matiolo da Castedelo (sic) franco et lo comprata in Modona". Frontespizio insolito nel quel viene raffigurato Giosuè in armi, ma con l'elmo ai suoi piedi, mentre in ginocchio ascolta Yaveh che da una nuvola lo incita ad osservare la Torah. Il testo è adornato anche da alcune piccole iniz. fig. in legno. Offriamo una cinquecentina in condizioni inusuali, perchè a parte la normale patina del tempo, è di conservazione perfetta e mantiene il sapore di un oggetto arrivato a noi solo registrando le impercettibili mutazioni del tempo. Di grande fascino. Si trova in una ventina di Bibl. pubbliche italiane, ma sul mercato antiquario è molto rara.

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        ADRIANUS TT. S. CHRYSOGONI S. R. E. PRESBYTER CARDINALIS DE SERMONE LATINO ET MODIS LATINE LOQUENDI EIUSDEM VENATIO AD ASCANIUM CARDINALEM ITEM ITER IULII II PONTIFICIS ROM.

      APUD SEB. GRYPHIUM, 1548. In 16. Dim. 17x11 cm. Pp. 402+(14). Edizione del 1548 di questa nota opera letteraria scritta da Adriano Castellesi (ca 1485-1521) nato a Corneto (antico nome di Tarquinia) detto anche Adriano da Corneto. Castellesi fu grechista, ebraista, autore di poemetti, opere di stile, grammatiche e filosofico-teologiche. Espertissimo di affari, si arricchì enormemente destando in tal modo l'invidia di Cesare Borgia che tentò di avvelenarlo. Andato in esilio e ritornato in patria all'avvento di Leone X, dovette ritornarvi perchè accusato di aver preso parte alla congiura del Cardinale Petrucci. Da questo momento in poi non si sa più nulla di lui: sembra che sia stato assassinato a scopo di furto da uno dei suoi servitori. Il volume è un'opera didattica latina che riporta termini utilizzati in sentenze classiche latine. Alla fine risulta molto interessante il poema sulla caccia organizzata dal Cardinale Ascanio Sforza nei pressi di Tivoli, vicino alle Acque Albule. Battuta seguita da un sontuoso banchetto al quale partecipò anche l'autore. La particolarità è che si tratta forse della prima opera in cui si fa cenno al fucile. L'opera ebbe un'enorme fortuna e venne stampata in più di 30 edizioni. Antica firma al frontespizio. Collazionata e risultata completa. Copertina in piena pergamena seicentesca con titolo manoscritto al dorso in discrete condizioni generali con lievi usure e parti mancanti ai margini, piatti e dorso. Legatura in discrete condizioni con rotture e corpo quasi totalmente staccato dalla legatura. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con rare fioriture. Lievi gore d'umidità: al margine superiore delle prime 32 pp. e da pag. 53 a 67; all'angolo superiore destro da 65 a 82, da 129 a 144; gora al margine di piegatura di tutto il volume che si allarga nel testo da pag. 268 alla fine causando un ondulamento delle stesse da pag. 325 sino alla fine. Piccolo segno di tarlo: al margine superiore delle prime 32 pp.; all'angolo superiore destro da pag. 369 alla fine. Edition of 1548 of this famous litterary work written by Adriano Castellesi (ca 1485-1521) born in Corneto (ancient name of Tarquinia) also known as Adriano from Corneto. Castellesi was scholar of greek, hebraist, author of little poems, works of style, grammrs and phylosophical-theological works. Expert of business, he got a huge wealth, so much that Cesare Borgia tried to kill him. He went into exiliation and came back in Italy during the Pope Leone X, but went again into exiliation because accused of participation to the conjure against Cardinal Petrucci. From this moment ahead we have no information about him: it seems that he was killed by one of his servants for thieve. The volume is a didactical work with terms used in classical latin works. At the end there is a really interesting poem about hunting organized by Cardinal Ascanio Sforza near Tivoli, Acque Albule. Hunting scene followed by a rich dinner to which the author participated. The particularity of this poem is that perhaps the first work that talks about a gun. The work had a good fortune, so much that it was published in over 30 editions. Acnient signature in the title page. Collationed and complete Full parchment cover of the XVII century with manuscripted title in the spine in fair general conditions slightly worn and with missing parts in the edges, plates and spine. Binding in fair conditions with cracks and the body of the book almost totally detached from the cover. Inside pages are in good conditions with occasional foxings. Slight humidity stains: in the upper edge of the first 32 pp. and from pag. 53 until 67; in the upper right corner from 65 until 82, from 129 until 144; in the folding edge of the whole volume extending in the text from pag. 268 until the end causing an undulation of pages from pag. 325 until the end. Little worming: in the upper edge of the first 32 pp.; in the upper right corner from pag. 369 until the end.

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