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        Disegno del Doni : partito in piv ragionamenti, ne qvali si tratta della scoltvra et pittvra : de colori, de getti, de modegli, con molte cose appartenenti a quest'arti : & si termina la nobiltà dell'una et dell'altra professione : con historie, essempi, et sentenze : & nel fine alcune lettere che trattano della medesima materia

      Venetia: Aperesso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii 1549. 8vo. 64 leaves, pp. Recent quarter dark green morocco over early marbled boards. Gilt lettering to spine. Boards darkened. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Slight loss to upper corners of leaves, not affecting text. Woodcut publisher's devices to title-page and large phoenix device to last leaf. Small head and tail-pieces. Large decorated initials. Collated and complete. Bnding firm. First edition of this work of art theory, painting and scupture, divided into six dialogues. It is an invaluable guide to numerous artists and art collections of the day. Text in Italian. Adams D 814. Cicognara 114. . Good. Leather Spine Marbled Boards. 1549.

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        Il fatto d'arme del Tarro fra i principi italiani, et Carlo ottavo Re di Francia, insieme con l'assedio di Novara di M. Alessandro Benedetti tradotto per messer Lodovico Domenichi

      appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, In Vinegia 1549 - in 8°, (17x11 cm), elegante rilegatura, inizio '900, in mezza pelle con angoli, titolo in oro al dorso diviso da 5 nervi, piatti e risguardi marmorizzati; carte 58, (2), marca tipografica di Giolito al frontespizio e al colophon, 3 bei capilettera silografici animati; ex libris ai risguardi Brunitura alla base di 12 carte, per il resto esemplare molto buono di questa rara edizione originale [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tes kaines diathekes hapanta. Nouum testamentum

      1549 - 2 parties en un volume in-16 Parisiis, apud Petrum Haultinum, in vico Iacobaeo, 1549, in-16, 2 parties en un volume in-16 [80 x 116 mm] : 416 ff. ch. avec des erreurs 2-248 et 2-165 (pour 167), plein veau du XVIIe siècle, dos à caissons fleuronnés, tranches dorées, Signatures : a-z8, A-H8 ; aa-xx8 Nouveau testament en grec seul. La première partie comprend les quatre Évangiles et les Actes des Apôtres, la seconde les Épitres de Saint Paul, les Épitres catholiques et l'apocalypse. Édition partagée entre la veuve d'Arnold 1er Birckmann (les exemplaires qui lui sont destinés portent la mention : "Impensis viduae Arnoldi Birkmanni") et l'un des principaux éditeurs protestants du XVIe siècle : Pierre Haultin. Libraire-imprimeur, installé rue St Jacques à Paris, Petrus ou Pierre Haultin (c. 1510/1520 - 1587) était graveur et fondeur de caractères : la présente bible offre pour la première fois le caractère grec de sa propre composition. Les pages de titre de ses exemplaires portent sa devise en latin : "Imperium mortis & vitae" et sa marque typographique (n°446) : un personnage formé d'un soleil surmontant une épée et une plume croisées avec au centre un livre ouvert portant l'Alpha et l'Oméga. Ex-libris manuscrits anciens de Guillet qui a maladroitement colorié au crayon ocre les marques aux titres. Reliure usée, court en tête avec légères atteintes au titre courant. Imprimeurs et libraires parisiens du XVIe siècle, 1986, T. IV, p. 60, n°87. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        San Marcos escribiendo los evangelios

      Baltens, Pieter, Países Bajos - JOHAN WIERIX (c. 1549 - c. 1620) (grabado) MARTEN DE VOS (dibujo) PIETER BALTENS(editor) Ligeras restauraciones. Ref.: Hollstein 1116. I (Wierix); Hollstein 782 (Vos); Mauquoy-Hendrickx, 837. Siglo: XVI.Buril. Papel verjurado. Grabador: Wierix, Johan. Dibujante: De Vos, Martin. 1585. Altura papelt: 233. Anchura papel: 285. Altura plancha:216. Anchura plancha: 267

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        LAmorosa Visione di M Giovan Boccaccio 

      Woodcut printer's device on title page and verso of f.78, historiated woodcut initials, typographic ornaments. Italic type.  8vo (155 x 95mm). 78 [2]ff. (final two leaves K7 & K8 blank). Nineteenth-century vellum over pasteboard (vellum lightly scuffed and stained).  Venice, Appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 

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        Claudii Galeni Pergameni Ars medica, Quae et ars parva, Martino Acakia Catalaunensi Doctore medico interprete et enarratore, multo quam antea castigatior, et ab infinitis erroribus repurgata

      Venetiis, ex Officina Erasmiana, Vincentii Valgrisii 1549. 478 Seiten 8°, helles Pgmt mit goldgeprägtem Rücken Gutes, festes Exemplar in einem späteren Einband mit je einem handschriftlichen Besitzvermerk auf dem Vorsatz und dem Titel, eine Handvoll Seiten mit sauberen Anstreichungen. Versand D: 5,00 EUR Me 48719, i

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        De Oratore Libri III

      102 leaves followed by Printers device sider, Venetiis Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1549, Bound in a contemporary full vellum with goldline decoration on boards, Old titel on spine 16x11 cm. Owners bookplate on inside frontboard. Titelpage repaires for old cut Waterstains on endpapers

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        Eusebii Pamphili Caesariensis, uiri ut sanctissimi, ita multiuaria rerum & diuinarum, & humanarum cognitione clarissimi Opera, quae magna hactenus doctoru uirorum industria, per lustratis diligenter instructissimis passim locorum Bibliothecis, inueniri potuerunt, omnia castigatiora & locupletiora, quam antehacunqua, edita: quorum Catalogumuersa haec pagella, unà cum eorum interpretibus continet. 2 Bände (in 1).

      Basel, Heinrich Petri, 1549. 4°. 32 cm. Gestochener Titel, [15] Blatt, 769 [recte 766], [2] Seiten, 170 Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit mit erneuertem Rücken. Eusebius von Caesarea (lateinisch Eusebius Caesariensis), geboren 260/64 in Palaestina; gestorben 339 oder 340 in Caesarea. Spätantiker christlicher Theologe und Geschichtsschreiber, Kirchenvater. Erste Ausgabe des von Marcus Hopper herausgegebenen Werkes. Graesse, Tresor de livres rares et precieux Tome 2, 525 (mit falscher Jahreszahl). 2 Teile in 1 Band. Mit Titelbordüre, Druckermarke und Initialen in Holzschnitt. Band 1 enthält: \"De evangelia praeparatione; De evangelia demonstratione; De historia ecclesiastica; De vita Constantini; De philosophorum circa res naturales et mundi partes dissensione.\" Band 2: \"Chronicon\". Einbandrücken und Vorsätze erneuert, Einträge von alter Hand auf Innendeckel, wenige Marginalien im Text, Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckeln, Vorsatz, verso Titelblatt, die ersten ca. 80 Blätter wasserrandig. Gutes Exemplar. Versand D: 4,90 EUR Christliche Philosophie / christian philosophy; Kirchengeschichte / ecclesiastical history; Kirchenväter / fathers of the church

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR]
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        Damiani Goes, EQVITIS LVSITANI, DE BELLO CAMBAICO VLTIMO COMMENTARII TRES.

      - Lovanii, Apud Seruatium Sassenum Diestensem, M. D. XLIX. [Lovaina, 1549] In 8.º (de 19,5x13 cm) com [xxxii] fólios. Encadernação recente em réplica de pergaminho flexível ao gosto da época. Os 3 comentários sobre a Guerra de Cambaia, na Índia, são uma primeira edição, raríssima, de um dos mais importantes relatos do segundo cerco de Diu, em 1545. Este constituiu um dos mais celebrados feitos heróicos dos portugueses no Oriente, tendo a cidade de Diu, a partir dessa data, ficado sob o domínio português até 1960. Damião de Góis (1502-1574), historiador e humanista, natural de Alenquer, foi uma das grandes figuras portuguesas do século XVI. Entre 1523 e 1533 foi secretário da Feitoria Portuguesa em Antuérpia. A partir desta data, dedica-se aos seus trabalhos históricos e literários, convivendo e correspondendo-se com diversos humanistas, entre os quais Erasmo de Roterdão e Pietro Bembo. Em 1548 assumiu o cargo de guarda-mor da Torre do Tombo. Em 1571 foi vítima de um processo da Inquisição, chegando a ser preso. Está sepultado na Igreja de Santa Maria da Várzea em Alenquer. A maior parte das suas obras latinas foram publicadas fora de Portugal, tendo sido objecto de numerosas re-edições. [EN] In 8.º (19.5x13 cm). [xxxii] folios. Binding: Modern replica in flexible parchment, contemporary style. This is a very rare first edition of the three reports about the Khambhat War in India, and include one of the most important accounts on the Diu siege in 1545.This was one of the most celebrated victories of the Portuguese in the Far East and from that date on Diu was under Portuguese domain until 1960. Damião de Góis (1502-1574), historian and humanist, was a great figure within the Portuguese cultural scene of the 16th century. Between 1523 and 1533 we was secretary of the Portuguese Trading post in Antwerp. From this date he dedicates to his historical and literary works, exchanging letters with several humanists, among them Erasmus of Rotherdam and Pietro Bembo. In 1548 he was nominated Chief Librarian at Torre do Tombo (Portuguese archives officially existing since 1378). In 1751 was arrested by the Inquisition. He died in 1574, presumably murdered, and he is buried in the Church of Santa Maria da Várzea in Alenquer. Most of his Latin works were published outside Portugal, having been edited several times. Leite de Faria 15. BM (STC dut, fle) 87. Henriques Bibliografia Goesiana 35. Location/localizacao: M-11-B-34 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bel ensemble de documents XVIe-XIXe sur l'Ardèche.

      - 9 divers Divers 1549-vers 1840 Mouillure sur un document - Mandement de la chambre des comptes de Montpellier de faire payer Quiraud Vallet, ex-receveur particulier du diocèse de Viviers, des rentes qui lui sont dues. Parchemin déchiré en deux. 31 mars 1549. Sceaux gaufrés sous papier. - Lettre de l'abbé de Pramont vicaire général de Viviers. 1781. Sur les insultes dont il a été l'objet. - Tableau en partie imprimé « Département de l'Ardèche » détaillant des éléments biographiques sur le sous-préfet de Largentière, Jean-Philémon Boissonade. Vers 1840. - Imprimé extrait du Journal du Grand Conseil « qui juge que l'Indult a la préférence sur l'expectative des Gradués entre le sieur Dufay, pourvu, à titre d'Indult, d'un canonicat de l'Eglise de Viviers ». 5 pp. in-4. 1761. - 2 lettres adressées au chevalier de l'Espinasse, major d'infanterie à Bourg-Saint-Andréol (1771) - lettre du vicomte de Saint-Priest à Deydier négociant à Aubenas (1764) sur la fabrication d'étoffes en soie. - lettre de Rivière à Surville, Villeneuve-de-Berg, époque révolutionnaire. - lettre de Dumas adressée à Peyret, seigneur de Valgorges, sur le paiement d'une rente (1757). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Eusebii Pamphili Caesariensis, uiri ut sanctissimi, ita multiuaria rerum & diuinarum, & humanarum cognitione clarissimi Opera, quae magna hactenus doctoru uirorum industria, per lustratis diligenter instructissimis passim locorum Bibliothecis, inueniri potuerunt, omnia castigatiora & locupletiora, quam antehacunqua, edita: quorum Catalogumuersa haec pagella, unà cum eorum interpretibus continet. 2 Bände (in 1).

      Basel, Heinrich Petri. 1549 - 4°. 32 cm. Gestochener Titel, [15] Blatt, 769 [recte 766], [2] Seiten, 170 Blatt. Ganzlederband der Zeit mit erneuertem Rücken. Eusebius von Caesarea (lateinisch Eusebius Caesariensis), geboren 260/64 in Palaestina; gestorben 339 oder 340 in Caesarea. Spätantiker christlicher Theologe und Geschichtsschreiber, Kirchenvater. Erste Ausgabe des von Marcus Hopper herausgegebenen Werkes. Graesse, Tresor de livres rares et precieux Tome 2, 525 (mit falscher Jahreszahl). 2 Teile in 1 Band. Mit Titelbordüre, Druckermarke und Initialen in Holzschnitt. Band 1 enthält: "De evangelia praeparatione; De evangelia demonstratione; De historia ecclesiastica; De vita Constantini; De philosophorum circa res naturales et mundi partes dissensione." Band 2: "Chronicon". Einbandrücken und Vorsätze erneuert, Einträge von alter Hand auf Innendeckel, wenige Marginalien im Text, Besitzerstempel auf Innendeckeln, Vorsatz, verso Titelblatt, die ersten ca. 80 Blätter wasserrandig. Gutes Exemplar. Latein [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Georgica di Virgilio nuovamente di latina in thoscana favella, per Bernardino Daniello tradotta, e commentata

      Appresso Giovan. Gryphio, In Venetia 1549 - In 4°, 19 cm, rilegatura di inizio '900 in piena pergamena rigida, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso , c. (8), 105, (2). Bella marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio, iniziali animate, grandi e belli incipit pastorali all'inizio di ogni capitolo. Alcuni antichi appunti a penna, rinforzo a tre carte e margine superiore un po' rifilato, ma nel complesso esemplare molto buono [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La coltivatione ... al christianissimo re Francesco Primo

      appresso Bernardo Giunti. Cm. 15, cc. 102 (2). Bel marchio tipografico a frontespizio e colophon. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro su tass. in pelle al dorso; tagli verdi. Alcune interessanti annotazioni di mano coeva, lieve alone nella parte finale del libro, sporadiche fioriture/arrossature e alcune macchiette, peraltro nel complesso buon esemplare. Luigi Alamanni (1595-1556) letterato fiorentino, deve la sua fama proprio al poema Coltivazione. Implicato nella congiura del 1522 contro Giulio de' Medici, l'A. fu costretto a ripiegare in Francia, anche se tornò in Italia per alcune missioni diplomatiche al servizio della politica francese. Quest'opera, divisa in sei libri e scritta a imitazione delle Georgiche di Virgilio, fu dedicata al re Francesco I, a cui fu presentata dalla delfina Caterina de' Medici. Terza edizione. Cfr. Iccu; Gamba 17: "ne fecero i Giunti fedeli ristampe in Firenze, 1546, in 8°; ivi, 1549, in 8°, ambedue molto rare"..

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        Amorum libri V. Appendix ex praeludiis castigatior. Amicitia romana. Carpionis fabula. Protesilaus laodamiae respon. Leucippi fabula. Lib. unus

      appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrari, 1549. Cm. 15, cc. (8) 111 (1). Magnifico marchio tip. giolitino a frontespizio e colophon, alcuni graziosi capilettera xil. Antica nota manoscritta di possesso alla sguardia del conte veronese Leonardo Miniscalchi. Legatura settecentesca in pieno cartonato rigido con titoli in oro su tassello in pelle al dorso; tagli spruzzati. Qualche sporadico e piccolo alone. Esemplare ben conservato. Pietro Valeriano (1477-1558), umanista originario di Belluno nato come Giovanni Pietro Bolzani Dalla Fosse, fu nipote dell'illustre grecista Urbano Dalle Fosse che nel 1493 lo introdusse nel circolo di Aldo Manuzio a Venezia. Qui ebbe come maestri Valla, Lascaris e Sabellico, che gli suggerì di adottare il nome di Pierio Valeriano. Nel 1509 si trasferì a Roma, dove divenne un protetto di papa Leone X, che gli affidò l'istruzione dei nipoti Ippolito e Alessandro. Nel 1537, in seguito alla morte di Clemente VII e di Ippolito e Alessandro de' Medici, si ritirò a Belluno, per dedicarsi agli studi e alla redazione degli Hieroglyphica, opera considerata il suo capolavoro. I cinque libri degli Amori, scritti in versi elegiaci, furono composti nel 1524 e rimasero a lungo inediti. Il sesto libro raccoglie invece quattro operette giovanili già apparse a Venezia nel 1509 con il titolo di Praeludia. Tutti i componimenti poetici, rilevanti per l'ottimo stile e per le molte notizie contenute, sono dedicati ad alcuni protagonisti della vita intellettuale dell'epoca: Isabella Gonzaga, Bembo, Beroaldo, Fracastoro, Sabellico, Sannazaro, ecc. Rara prima edizione. Cfr. Iccu..

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        Salmonij Macrini Iuliodunensis cubicularij regij epitome vitae Domini nostri Jesu Christi, ad Margaritam Valesiam, Henrici Francorum regis sororem unicam. Varia item poematia & de sacra regis unctione, & de eiusdem triumphali in urbem Lutetiam introitu.

      Parisiis: Ex typographia Matthaei Dauîdis, 1549. 8vo (16.7 cm, 6.625"). 63, [1] pp. Sole edition of these poems dedicated to Marguerite de Valois, addressing numerous people including Anne de Montmorency, Jean du Bellay, and Charles de Lorraine, from "the first major Neo-Latin poet of France" (The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, p. 417). The text is neatly printed in roman and italic with fleurons marking the start of each poem and => a fantastic woodcut printer's device on the title page: "Truth is a knife to the neck of a man who does not respect it," as per CRAI (University of Barcelona, our translation).    Binding: Signed 19th-century red morocco, covers triple-ruled and spine compartments stamped and lettered in gilt; board edges double-ruled in gilt, arch and daisy gilt roll with dentelles on turn-ins, marbled endpapers. Binder's minute rubber-stamp reading "Petit Succr. de Simier" on front free endpaper.    Evidence of Readership: Five leaves with marginal words, numbers, underlining, or accents in an early hand; a French genealogical note, written in another hand, tucked into the front cover.    Provenance: Small armorial rubber-stamp of Christian symbolist and archaeologist Louis Charbonneau-Lassay on first and last leaf of text, with his gift inscription to "le Comte François de Rilly" (i.e., François Odart de Rilly d'Oysonville) dated 18 March 1929 on front endpaper; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Not in Adams; Brunet, III, p. 1285. On the device, see: CRAI, Centre de Recursos per a l'Aprenentatge i la Investigació, University of Barcelona. Bound as above; a few miniscule scuffs on covers. Provenance and readership markings as above. Pages with light age-toning; one small ink smudge. => Neo-Latin poetry gorgeously "packaged.

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        Etliche Brieffe, des ehrwirdigen Herrn D. Martini Luthers seliger gedechtnis, an die Theologos auff den Reichstag zu Augspurg geschrieben, Anno M.D. XXX. von der vereinigung Christi und Belials, auss welchen man viel nützlicher lehr in gegenwertiger gefahr der Kirchen nemen kan, verdeudscht.

      [Magdeburg: Christian Rödinger, 1549]. 4to (20.5 cm, 8"). [32] ff. First vernacular translation of Luther's Aliquot epistolae Reverendi Patris piae memoriae D. Martini Lutheri quibusdam theologis ad Augustana Comitia, anno 1530, scriptae, being letters principally addressed to => Melanchthon and Brenz, with their replies, but other correspondents include Johann Friedrich I, Kurfürst von Sachsen; Gregor Brück; Georg Spalatin; Justus Jonas; Johann Bugenhagen; Georg III, Fürst von Anhalt; and Kaspar Cruciger.    The letters were collected by Veit Dietrich and edited by Matthias Flacius Illyricus. Apparently the motivations behind this publication were based in the Adiaphorist controversy that the Diet of Augsburg resolved in 1548, and the imperially issued Augsburg Interim during the Diet. Flacius wished to remind Protestants that Luther's stances on many of the issues addressed by the Augsburg Interim were at odds with the contents of that document — which Luther himself could not do, as he had died in 1546.    Printed in fraktur, of course, and with a large woodcut portrait of Luther (Kind's no. 63) on the verso of the title-page, this was, strangely, issued without imprint information.    Provenance: 20th-century bookplate of H. Spart; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.         Kind, Lutherdrucke, 264; Hammer, Melanchthonforschung, 90; VD16 L3726; Hohenemser, 2713; Kuczýnski, 1838; Pegg, Bibliotheca, 764; Pegg, Swiss, 2873. 20th-century full caramel-colored calf modestly tooled in blind with rules on the covers and with the author, title, and date in gilt on the front board. Title-page with inner margin reinforced; age-toning, intermittent early annotations and marks of emphasis, a few scattered ink smudges and spots confined to margins. => A very good copy.

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        Artzney Buch Sexti Platonici philosophi. Von Vöglen, wilden vnd zamen Thieren, wie man dieselb in der Artzney für allerhandt Kranckheiten brauchen sol, gantz lustig, nutzlich vnnd gut gemeinen haußhaltern, auch allen liebhabern der artzney, zu lesen vnd zu wissen. Verteuscht durch Georgen Henisch von Bartfeld.

      Kl.-8. 58 S. Marm. Kartonumschlag. Vgl. VD17 39:116918E (nur Beiband). - Sehr seltene zweite Ausgabe der Übersetzung von Georg Henisch (1549-1618) aus dem Werk De medicina animalium bestiarum des römischen Arztes Placitus. Erschien als Beiband des hier nicht vorliegenden, seltenen Werkes "Neunhundert Gedächtnüßwirdige Geheimnuß und Wunderwerck" von Antoine Mizauld. Die erste deutsche Ausgabe erschien bereits 1574. - Mit zahlreichen kuriosen Rezepten beispielsweise: "Für die außfallenden Zähn. Hirtzenhorn gebrenet / macht die Zähn / welche wacklen / bestendig und starck / wann es jemand in dem Zahnpulver gebraucht" "Die Schlangen vertreiben. Nimb Hirschmarck / zünd dasselbe an / und mache einen Rauch in demselben Ort da du bist / solches wirt die Schlangen vertreiben" "Von dem Wolff. Für diejenige / welche für den Gespensten erschrecken oder sonst selzame Phantaseyen haben. Welcher ein gesaltzen ... Wolffsfleisch gesotten hat gessen / der wirt nicht erschrecken für den Gespänsten..." oder "Das Angesicht schön und heiter machen. Das Gemächt von einem Stier in Essig gebeitzt und angestrichen / machet ein schön Angesicht" und "Für die Mißgeburt. Mach ein Rauch under der Mutter mit den Hirschharen / so wirt die Fraw gesund werden." - Oberer Rand teils etwas knapp beschnitten, dadurch geringf. Textverlust, teils stärker gebräunt.

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        Concordantiae Maiores Sacrae Bibliae Summis Virgiliis iam denuo ultra omnes editiones castigatae

      Venezia ad signum Spei, 1549, 4to legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titolo manoscritto al dorso (qualche strappo al dorso ed ai bordi) cc. (361) con marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio (Speranza: donna rivolta verso il sole. Motto (in corsivo): Beatus vir, cuius est Dominus spes eius: & non respexit in vanitates, & insanias falsas.) Testo stampato su tre colonne. Qualche antica gora e qualche fioritura dovuta.

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        Los emblemas de Alciato. Traducidos en rhimas españolas, Añadidos de figuras y de nueuos emblemas en la tercera parte de la obra

      First Spanish translation, of the first emblem book ever published, one of the most influential Renaissance pieces of literature, which integrates for each emblem a motto, a picture and epigrammatic verse. Translated by Bernardino Daza Pinciano, who was the first to introduce this type of composition into Spanish literature. The emblems illustrate virtues, vices, mythology, history and nature, creating examples of practical use to artists. A virtual best-seller, the works was translated into almost every Occidental language, and published in numerous editions in the 16th century. Alciati's emblems became an important part of Spanish culture, with many author's copying the idea of providing explanations in verse for allegorical drawings (i.e. Sebastian Covarrubias' Emblemas Morales). The work is illustrated throughout, each page being adorned with a wide figurative woodcut border. Provenance: engraved bookplate of Nils Nordqvist; from the library of Hugo Wistrand (1933-2014). Brunet I, 149; Green 36; Landwehr Romanic, 40; Palau 6061.

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        Hart-spieghel.Amsterdam, Cornelis Dircksz. Cool (colophon: printed by Paulus Aertsz. van Ravesteyn), 1615. With woodcut author's portrait by Van Sichem and Van Ravesteyn's woodcut printer's device. With: (2) EPICTETUS. Handt-boexken, ende Cebes tafereel. Including: SPIEGHEL, Hendrik Laurensz. Cebes tafereels kort begrip.Amsterdam, by Cornelis Fransz. for Cornelis Dircksz. Cool, 1615. 2 works in 1 volume (the 2nd in 2 parts). 8vo. Interleaved. Contemporary vellum, manuscript title on spine.

      Cat. Rijksmuseum II, p. 412; Scheepers II, 258; Simoni S225; for the author: Ter Laan, Letterkundig woordenboek, p. 500. Interleaved copy of the second edition of "the first great poem of the Dutch Renaissance" ("Het eerste grote dichtstuk van de Noordnederlandse Renaissance", Ter Laan). The work is, as usual, bound with the first edition of a translation of Epictetus with commentary by Spieghel.The posthumously published Hart-spieghel is an influential arcadian poem divided into seven books (the only ones written of the intended nine), each devoted to one of the nine muses, and is notable for his lovely descriptions of Dutch landscapes. The Dutch linguist, philosopher and author Hendrik Laurensz. Spieghel (1549-1612) is seen as a forerunner of Vondel, Hooft and Huygens, and the present poem, first published in 1614, is his most important.The Hart-spieghel contains the usual woodcut portrait (a few copies have an engraved portrait instead). With old inscription on the flyleaf, but the interleaves still blank. Very good copy.

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        Problemi naturali, e morali

      nella Bottega d'Erasmo di Vincenzo Valgrisi,, In Vinegia, 1549 - Cm. 16, cc. (8) 229 (1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e capolettara figurati. Solida legatura d'inizio '700 in piena pelle, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Qualche rara macchietta e mende non gravi alle ultime due carte, peraltro esemplare molto ben conservato. Edizione originale, non comune, di questa raccolta di questioni che abbracciano tutto lo scibile umano, soprattutto nei suoi aspetti più curiosi. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Etliche Brieffe, des ehrwirdigen Herrn D. Martini Luthers seliger gedechtnis, an die Theologos auff den Reichstag zu Augspurg geschrieben, Anno M.D. XXX. von der vereinigung Christi und Belials, auss welchen man viel nützlicher lehr in gegenwertiger gefahr der Kirchen nemen kan, verdeudscht.

      Christian Rödinger, 1549. First vernacular translation of Luther's Aliquot epistolae Reverendi Patris piae memoriae D. Martini Lutheri quibusdam theologis ad Augustana Comitia, anno 1530, scriptae, being letters principally addressed to => Melanchthon and Brenz, with their replies, but other correspondents include Johann Friedrich I, Kurfürst von Sachsen; Gregor Brück; Georg Spalatin; Justus Jonas; Johann Bugenhagen; Georg III, Fürst von Anhalt; and Kaspar Cruciger. The letters were collected by Veit Dietrich and edited by Matthias Flacius Illyricus. Apparently the motivations behind this publication were based in the Adiaphorist controversy that the Diet of Augsburg resolved in 1548, and the imperially issued Augsburg Interim during the Diet. Flacius wished to remind Protestants that Luther's stances on many of the issues addressed by the Augsburg Interim were at odds with the contents of that document -- which Luther himself could not do, as he had died in 1546. Printed in fraktur, of course, and with a large woodcut portrait of Luther (Kind's no. 63) on the verso of the title-page, this was, strangely, issued without imprint information. Provenance: 20th-century bookplate of H. Spart; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.

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        Ecclesiasticae historiae gentis Anglorum Libri quinque diligenti studio à mendis, quibus hactenus scatebant, vindicati

      Mit 2 kleinen Holzschnitt-Druckermarken. 4 Bll. (l. w.),, 263 S., 6 Bll. - Angebunden: Grudius, Nicolaus: Apotheosis illustris ac verè Magnanimi Herois, Domini Maximyliani ab Aegmonda, Comitis Burani ... Accessit Epitaphium eiusdem Comitis Burani, Autore Gasparo Schaetto. Antwerpen, Diesthemius, 1549. 10 Bll. Brauner blindgeprägter Lederband d. Zt. 39,5 x 19 cm. I.: Adams B452 Graesse I, 321 Ebert 1835 Anm. Jöcher I, 905 f. - Erste Ausgabe mit dem zuvor unveröffentlichten fünften Buch diese Ausgabe übersetzte Thomas Stapleton 1565 in seine vielbeachtete englische Ausgabe. - Der angelsächsische Benediktiner und Geschichtsschreiber Beda Venerabilis (Beda der Ehrwürdige, um 673 - 735) war Priester in Newcastle upon Tyne und einer der bedeutendsten Gelehrten des Frühmittelalters. Bedas in Latein geschriebene Kirchengeschichte des englischen Volkes ist eines der bedeutsamsten Quellen zur angelsächsischen Geschichte, die beginnend von der Eroberung durch Caesar bis zum Jahr 731 reicht. Er schildert darin nicht nur die Kirchengeschichte sondern auch die Entwicklung der verschiedenen angelsächsischen Königreiche. Das Werk wurde zum Vorbild für zahlreiche Universalchroniken des Mittelalters. - II.: Jöcher III, 912 f. - Der niederländische humanistische Dichter Nicolaus Grudius (1504 - 1570 oder 1571) war erfolgreich in verschiedenen Stellungen in der burgundisch - habsburgischen Verwaltung tätig. - - - Mit dem Exlibris der Bibliothek Nordkirchen und einem weiteren. - Wenig gebräunt, sehr gutes Exemplar!

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        DIONYSII ALEXANDRI F. HALICARNASSEN. ANTIQUITATUM SIVE ORIGINUM ROMANARUM LIBRI X. SIGUSMUNDO GELENIO INTERPRETE

      Froben, Basilaea 1549 - 4to., 518pp.; VG; spine brown leather with red label and gilt lettering; later brown leather boards with double-ruled borders, recent professional rebacking with new spine; general wear to boards; bookplate on front pastedown, partially torn off; small two line ink inscription on title page, dated 1589; printer's device on title page; verso of final leaf; complete collation: AA?, a-z?, A-T?, V?, A-B?, BB-CC? DD? (DD?, V? blank); NM consignment; shelved case 4. Dupont. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Salmonij Macrini Iuliodunensis cubicularij regij epitome vitae Domini nostri Jesu Christi, ad Margaritam Valesiam, Henrici Francorum regis sororem unicam. Varia item poematia & de sacra regis unctione, & de eiusdem triumphali in urbem Lutetiam introitu.

      Ex typographia Matthaei Dauîdis, 1549. Sole edition of these poems dedicated to Marguerite de Valois, addressing numerous people including Anne de Montmorency, Jean du Bellay, and Charles de Lorraine, from "the first major Neo-Latin poet of France" (The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, p. 417). The text is neatly printed in roman and italic with fleurons marking the start of each poem and => a fantastic woodcut printer's device on the title page: "Truth is a knife to the neck of a man who does not respect it," as per CRAI (University of Barcelona, our translation). Binding: Signed 19th-century red morocco, covers triple-ruled and spine compartments stamped and lettered in gilt; board edges double-ruled in gilt, arch and daisy gilt roll with dentelles on turn-ins, marbled endpapers. Binder's minute rubber-stamp reading "Petit Succr. de Simier" on front free endpaper. Evidence of Readership: Five leaves with marginal words, numbers, underlining, or accents in an early hand; a French genealogical note, written in another hand, tucked into the front cover. Provenance: Small armorial rubber-stamp of Christian symbolist and archaeologist Louis Charbonneau-Lassay on first and last leaf of text, with his gift inscription to "le Comte François de Rilly" (i.e., François Odart de Rilly d'Oysonville) dated 18 March 1929 on front endpaper; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.

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        Erga kai hemerai (graece). Opera et dies. Una cum duabus praefationibus ac luculentissimis enarrationibus Phil. Melanth. iam recens conscriptis.

      Frankfurt, Braubach (Brubachius), 1549. - 8°, circa 15,8 x 10,3 cm. 92 Bll. Neuerer Umschlag VD16 H 2702. Elegante und noch frühe griechische Textausgabe des Hesiod mit beiden Vorworten Melanchthons der vorhergehenden Editionen sowie seinem umfangreichen Kommentar im Anhang, der nochmal griechische Passagen zitiert und dann lateinisch erklärt. "- Titel mit altem Vermerk, wenig gebräunt, kaum fleckig, meist sauber, gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Magni operis de omnibus Germaniae episcopatibus epitomes: Tomus Primus (alles Ersch.) : Continens annales archiepiscopatus Moguntini ac duodecim aliorum episcopatuum, qui Moguntino suffragancatus titulo subsunt: Item Babenbergensis episcopatus, ab omni iugo archiepiscopali exempti

      Noribergae (Nbg.) : (apud Jo. Montan. & Ulricum Neuberum) (Berg & Neuber), 1549, - in-8vo, 8 n.n. Bl. + 243 Bl. (falsch 233 num. Bl.) + 1 w. Bl., leicht gebräunt, gering fleckig, Original-Lederband der Zeit. (Wurmsp., berieb., Kap. mit Fehlstellen). Sehr seltene erste Ausgabe dieses Kataloges der Bischöfe v. Mainz, Chur, Konstanz, Straßburg, Speyer, Worms, Augsburg, Würzburg, Eichstädt, Hildesheirn, Paderborn, Halberstadt u. Verden. -Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. VD 16, B 8782; IA 126.050; Adams B 2965; Barth 22 464. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Précis des registres de la Noblesse de Provence dont le premier commence en l'année 1549 et finit en 1624. et le second suit en l'année 1625 jusqu'à l'année 1731. - Second précis tiré des registres de la Noblesse de Provence.

      S.D. (XVIIIe), S.N. - Précis des registres de la Noblesse de Provence dont le premier commence en l'année 1549 et finit en 1624. et le second suit en l'année 1625 jusqu'à l'année 1731. - Second précis tiré des registres de la Noblesse de Provence dont le premier commence l'année 1550 et fini à la tenüe de la dernière assemblée Gle. tenue à Aix le 31 May 1751. - Continuation des mémoires tirées des registres qui se trouvent dans les archives du corps de la Noblesse de Provence, dont le sieur REGIMBAUD le fils se trouve chargé.IMPORTANT MANUSCRIT XVIIIe in-4 carré ( 270 X 195 mm ) de 379 pages, pleine basane fauve de l'époque, dos à nerfs orné de caissons et fleurons dorés, tranches mouchetées de rouge. Ce beau manuscrit d'une belle calligraphie très lisible et sans ratures traite des principaux évènements touchant la noblesse pendant presque deux siècles. Petites usures et décolorations sur les plats. Manuscrit en parfait état, écrit sur un beau papier chiffon. Régionalisme Provence Histoire Noblesse Généalogie Héraldique Héraldisme Manuscrit

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        Le rime di M. Agnolo Firenzuola fiorentino

      appresso Bernardo Giunti, In Fiorenza 1549 - in 8°, 16 cm, antica rilegatura in pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso, c. 136, (2). Grande marca tipografica al frontespizio e al colophon, iniziali silografate animate, fregi decorati. Frontespizio con vecchie cancellature di antiche firme. Gamba 456; Brunet, ii, 1269. Molto buono

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        Problemi naturali, e morali...

      nella Bottega d'Erasmo di Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1549. Cm. 16, cc. (8) 229 (1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e capolettara figurati. Solida legatura d'inizio '700 in piena pelle, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Qualche rara macchietta e mende non gravi alle ultime due carte, peraltro esemplare molto ben conservato. Edizione originale, non comune, di questa raccolta di questioni che abbracciano tutto lo scibile umano, soprattutto nei suoi aspetti più curiosi.

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        Le rime di M. Agnolo Firenzuola fiorentino

      appresso Bernardo Giunti, 1549. in 8°, 16 cm, antica rilegatura in pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso, c. 136, (2). Grande marca tipografica al frontespizio e al colophon, iniziali silografate animate, fregi decorati. Frontespizio con vecchie cancellature di antiche firme. Gamba 456; Brunet, ii, 1269.

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        Proscaerus. Liceát ne homini christiano, evangelicae doctrinae gnaro, papisticis superstitionibus ac falsis cultibus externa societate communicare, dialogi quatuor.

      - [Colophon: Basel, Jakob Kündig], 1549. 8vo. 52 lvs. Modern boards covered with a leaf from an incunable. VD 16 M 7299; Adams M 2047. First edition of one of the most important anti-Nicodemite treatises. The four dialogues dispute the main ideas of the Nicodemites, who believed that outward conformity with the Catholic church was acceptable if one's true faith continued to be inwardly professed. The author, Wolfgang Musculus, was an important figure in the development of the Reformed faith and a leading reformer in the cities of Augsburg and Bern. 'Proscaerus' belongs to his most widespread publications. - Margins stained. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        P. Terentii comoediae sex elegantissimae, cum donati commentariis, ex optimorum praesertim veterum exemplariorum collatione emendatae, atque scholiis exactißimis, a multis doctis viris illustratae, & nunc denuo ab omnibus mendis repurgatae.

      8. 13 Bll., 692 S. Mit tlw. rubrizierten Initialen. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel m. Blindpräg. u eingeprägter Jahreszahl 1549 am Vorderdeckel. 2 intakte Schließen. Erste 10 Bll. durch Faksim. ergänzt! Einige S. m. Unterstreichungen u. Notizen von alter Hand. Bl. 42/43 m. Fehlstelle. diese durch Faksim. erg. Hinterer Vorsatz m. Illustr. v. alter Hand. VD16 T427 - Mit Kommentarbeiträgen von Aelius Donatus, Philipp Melanchthon, Giovanni Calfurnio, Desiderius Erasmus.

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        D. Conradi Bruni iureconsulti Libri sex, de haereticis in genere. D. Optati Afri episcopi quondam Mileuitani, Libri sex de Donatistis in specie, nominatim in Parmentanum

      officina Francisci Behem typographi, 1549. fuori collana pp.358 + 69 rilegatura in mezza pergamena, 2 bei colophon finali trattato sugli eretici in generale e sui Donatisti in particolare. lingua latina. E' indicata l'appartenenza a Bartolomeo M. Dal Monte buono ( frontespizio staccato )

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        Pronomi'ai [in Greek] seu privilegia universitatum, collegiorum, scolasticorumquè, & bibliopolarum, atque omnium, qui istis ministrant, que què studiosis omnibus necessaria ad scientiae & virtutis perfectionem, cum elucidatione Authen. habita C. ne filius pro patre Authore domino Petro Rebuffo de Montepessulano jurium doctore & comite, in inclita Parisiorum universitate publico professore

      Paris, Venales comperiuntur in vico Amigdalarum, iuxta Collegium Remense apud Stephanum Guiot, 1549. A collection of laws, statutes, and privileges relating to universities and colleges, together with those governing booksellers and stationers, who in mediaeval times were members and under control of the university corporation. Six other copies can be located.Rebuffi, Pierre Baillargues (Montpellier) 1487 - 1557 Pronomi'ai [in Greek] seu privilegia uni­versi­tatum, collegiorum, scolas­ticorumquè, & bibliopolarum, atque omnium, qui istis ministrant, que què studiosis omnibus necessaria ad scientiae & virtutis perfec­tionem, cum elucidatione Authen. habita C. ne filius pro patre Authore domino Petro Rebuffo de Montepessulano jurium doctore & comite, in inclita Parisiorum universitate publico professore. Paris, 'Venales comperiuntur in vico Amigdalarum, iuxta Collegium Remense apud Stephanum Guiot', 1549 octavo (175 × 110 mm), (307) ff. signed a-c8 (c8, can­celled) a-z8 &8 A-K8 L4 M8 and paginated (46) 1-567 (1). Woodcut initials from several alphabets. provenance Magister Georg Munding (Preceptor of the Grafen von Helfenstein), 1 his note of purchase, dated 1589, on front pastedown -- Fürstlich-Fürstenbergische Bibliothek at Donau­eschingen, shelfmark on paste-down (written in red ink, possibly by Baron Joseph von Lassberg), but without the library's inkstamp -- Reiss & Sohn, 'Auktion 70: Aus einer Süddeutschen Fürsten­bibliothek, Teil 2', Königstein im Taunus, 4 May 2000, lot 1650 Droplets of ink in margins of pp.100-101, otherwise an immaculate copy. binding contemporary flexible vellum. A collection of laws, statutes, and privileges relating to universities and colleges, together with those governing booksellers and stationers, who in me­diaeval times were members and under control of the univer­sity corporation. It is a 'Curieux traité, où l'auteur aborde un grand nombre de problèmes concernant la vie scolaire et universitaire' (Dictionnaire de Droit Canonique, Paris 1965, vii, col.477). The author had studied at Montpellier, Toulouse, and Cahors, where he took his doctorate in utroque jure. In 1527 he was teaching at Poitiers, in 1529 in Bourges, and in 1533 in Paris, where he was one of six doctors regent appointed to lecture on canon law. He pub­lished on some of the most vexed and sensitive legal questions of his day, including treatises on the law concerning ecclesiastical benefices, the rights of pos­session, royal duties and prerogatives, war, and the lordship of castles. The work is divided in three parts: 'Scolasticorum priuilegiorum', 180 in number (pp.1‒384); 'Scolastica necessarium', or 'De His quae necessaria sunt literarum studiosis', 12 in number (pp.385‒420); and 'De interpretatione autenticae constitutionis habita' (pp.421‒567). The edition is substantially a reissue of the sheets of Pierre Vidoué's edition of 1540 (Impressum Parrisijs, caracteribus P. Vidouaei Vernoliensis, librarij adscripticij, impensis vero Guiraudi Rebuffi, mercatoris Montispessulani), 2 issued under a new royal privilege granted to Rebuffi on 5 August 1547. The three texts were reprinted together as Privilegia universitatum, collegiorum at Frankfurt in 1575 and 1585, and at Antwerp in 1583. [img-3816-left-large_default] One of seven known copies (height of binding 178 mm) [img-3817-left-large_default] The publisher, Etienne Guyot (Guillot, Guiot), a 'libraire et relieur de livres' in the rue des Amandiers, is documented 1549-1561, and was deceased by 1561. 3 These other copies of his edition can be located ● Bologna, Biblioteca Arcivescovile, OPPIZZONI 000 001 887 (link) ● Châlons-en-Champagne (Marne), Bibliothèque municipale, Ancien fonds 14360 ('Ex. dono ms de Jacques du Bois, 1563, Ex. libris ms du Couvent des Augustins'; link) ● Faenza, Biblioteca comunale Manfrediana, CINQ. Z.N. 006 002 006 (link) 4   ● Paris, Bibliothèque Interuniversitaire de la Sorbonne, U6=34 ('Ex libris ms. Bibliothecae Colbertinae'; link) ● Piacenza, Biblioteca comunale 'Passerini-Landi', A 6270 (link) ● Turin, Biblioteca Norberto Bobbio dell'Università degli Studi di Torino, A*Patetta 14 I 27 ('nota ms. di possesso di Giovanni Antonio Boccoleri'; link) reference Wilhelm Erman and Ewald Horn, Bibliographie der deutschen Universitäten (Leipzig & Berlin 1904-1905), no. 3167 1. Hermann Mayer, Die Matrikel der Universität Freiburg i. Br. von 1460-1656 (Freiburg im Breisgau, 1907), p.631: 21 January 1588 'Georgius Munding Understehensis [?] dioc. Constant. mgr. artium ut asserit, comitum eorundem prae­ceptor'. 2. De Scolasticorum bibliopolarum, atque caeterorum uni­versitatum omnium ministrorum, iuratorumque priuilegiis (Paris: Pierre Vidoue, 1540); see Inventaire chronologique des éditions parisiennes du xvi e si è cle, v : 1536-1540 (Paris 2004), no. 1928. 3. Philippe Renouard, Documents sur les imprimeurs, libraires... ayant exercé à Paris de 1450 à 1600 (Paris 1901), p.118; Philippe Renouard, Répertoire des imprimeurs parisiens (Paris 1965), p.194. 4.   Anna Rosa Gentilini, La Repubblica dei giuristi : edizioni giuridiche del '500 della libreria Zauli Naldi (catalogue for an exhibition held at Faenza, Palazzo delle esposizioni, 29 May-26 June 1994 (Faenza 1994), p.352.

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        Necyomantia iurisperiti. Sive de occulta iurisprudentia dialogi.Lugduni, apud Ioan. Tornaesium, 1549.

      Lugduni, apud Ioan. Tornaesium 1549 - Cm. 23, pp. 328. Bei capilettera xilografici. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro al dorso; tagli rossi. Carte di guardia assenti. Antico rinforzo al margine esterno del frontespizio che si presenta un po' frastagliato, segni di tarlo limitati al margine esterno di poche carte, sporadiche fioriture e bruniture, qualche alone sparso. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in discreto stato di conservazione. Etienne Forcadel (1519 ca.-1578) spesso menzionato per lo "scontro" con Cujas nell'assegnazione di una cattedra a Tolosa, fu un giurista di spicco nell'ambito dell'umanesimo giuridico francese. Quest'opera, caratterizzata da un titolo curioso e un po' pretenzioso, si traduce in una sorta di elogio/esegesi del diritto romano classico fondata sul dialogo immaginario tra i più grandi giureconsulti dell'antichità. Rara edizione originale.Cfr. Baudrier, V, 383; Iccu; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Familiarium Epistolarum Libri XVI

      Parisiis: Apud Audoenum Paruum, sub signo Lily Aurei, via ad D. Iacobum, 1549. rilegato. BUONO. 21,5 23. USATO

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        La Georgica di Virgilio nuovamente di latina in thoscana favella, per Bernardino Daniello tradotta, e commentata

      Appresso Giovan. Gryphio, In Venetia 1549 - in 4°, 19 cm, rilegatura di inizio '900 in piena pergamena rigida, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso , c. (8), 105, (2). Bella marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio, iniziali animate, grandi e belli incipit pastorali all'inizio di ogni capitolo. Alcuni antichi appunti a penna, rinforzo a tre carte e margine superiore un po' rifilato, ma nel complesso esemplare molto buono [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        I ragionamenti, overo Colloqui famigliari... di latino in volgare già tradotti, ma hora in tanti luoghi racconci, non solo intorno la lingua, ma etiandio intorno i sensi, che più tosto ritradotti, che racconci si possono dire

      8vo (155x97 mm). (32, leaf **8 is a blank), 537, (5) pp. Printer's device on the title-page and at the verso of the last leaf verso. 18th-century mottled calf, gilt flat spine with lettering-piece, red edges (joints and top of the spine a bit worn, but solid). On the verso of the title-page is found the engraved bookplate of the French bibliophile Albert François Floncel (1697-1773; see Guigard, II, pp. 216-217). Title-page slightly dampstained, small stain the in lower corner of leaf P1, otherwise a fine copy.SECOND, COMPLETELY REVISED EDITION of the first Italian translation of the 'Colloquies', "journal d'une vie et d'un epoque,... document irremplaçable sur la société du XVIe siècle mais aussi sur Erasme lui-même" (F. Bierlaire, Erasme et ses Colloques, Genève, 1977, p. 116). With over one hundred editions until the end of the 16th century (including translations and adaptations), the 'Colloquies' became Erasmus' most printed work.The Colloquia grew from their earliest form of short models of Latin conversation and formulae of etiquette (composed for the use of Erasmus' pupils at Paris in 1497 and first printed without his authorization at Basel in 1518 and again edited by Erasmus himself in March 1522) into a rich and motley collection of dialogues, each a masterpiece of literary form. Full of witty and penetrating information on ordinary day-to-day happenings, they are a valuable mine of information about 16th-century customs, institutions and social problems. The work also became a vehicle of social criticism and, as such, the focus of controversy (cf. E. Rummel, Les Colloques d'Érasme: renouveau spiritual et réforme, Paris, 1998, passim).The Colloquia were prohibited in various unofficial Indices since the late 1540s not only for their "Lutheran" ideas but also for being considered morally corrupt. The index of Paul IV (1559) condemned all of Erasmus' works, but the index of the Council of Trent (1564) permitted their publication in expurgated form. However, Lauro's Italian translations were nevertheless prohibited (cf. P. Grendler, The Roman Inquisition and the Venetian Press, 1540-1605, Princeton, NJ, 1977, p. 166).For his translation Lauro certainly used or the definitive edition of the Colloquia printed in March 1533 or slightly later one. His aim was to give to his unlearned readers the very essence of the Colloquia, what let him to cut most of the didactic parts ("formulae") and some erudite disquisitions (mostly philological). He translated however all the major colloquies in their integrity. In the present revised edition Lauro's name has been omitted (for fear of retaliatory measures of the Holy Office?). The dedication to Renée de France (cf. E. Belligni, Evangelismo, riforma ginevrina e nicodemismo: l'esperienza religiosa di Renata di Francia, Cosenza, 2008, p. 247) had been maintained in its entirety and is followed by Erasmus' vindication of the Colloquia with a slightly different title (see below). As early as 1522 Erasmus was defending the purposes of his Colloquia, especially against the assaults led by the Carmelite Nicholaas Baechem. By May 1526, his enemies in the faculty of theology at Paris, who had been complaining about him for several years, succeeded in carrying a motion of censure against the Colloquia. A few weeks before the faculty acted, Erasmus chose to defend his work in a letter to the bishop of Lincoln, John Longland (April 30, 1526). A revised version of this apology was then published under the title De utilitate colloquiorum ('On the Usefulness of the Colloquies', dated May 21, 1526) at the end of Familiarium colloquiorum opus, printed at Basel by Froben in June of the same year. The index enumerating the various dialogues in the 1545 edition had been expanded to a longer subject index in the present one."Le due dediche sono perfettamente uguali ed anche il testo è sostanzialmente identico per quanto riguarda il numero e la successione dei dialoghi. Tuttavia C2 [1549] si offre come più corretta, non riportando gli errori nei titoli correnti, presentando un'interpunzione più regolare e una veste grafica più chiara, che alterna l'uso del corsivo a quello del maiuscoletto. Quella che in C1 [1545] viene intitolata Epistola di Erasmo ai lettori, ove tratta de l'utile che si cava ne Dialoghi, ovvero la De utilitate colloquiorum, e posta, come nell'originale, a chiusura dell'opera, viene in C2 anteposta e collocata subito dopo la dedica, col titolo parzialmente mutato di Epistola di Erasmo Roterodamo ai lettori, nella quale difendendo se stesso, mostra l'utile, che puo cavarsi da i suoi colloqui. In occasione della seconda edizione essa viene poi dotata di titoli in maiuscoletto, volti a rendere maggiormente riconoscibili i dialoghi in essa citati, corredati questa volta del riferimento alla carta in cui si ritrovano. Il testo di C2 si presenta infine integralmente rassettato nella veste linguistica, resa più aderente ai dettami morfologici invalsi nel periodo, preferendo le forme anafonetiche, non metatetiche e non metafonetiche, presenti in abbondanza in C1" (M. Malguti, Pietro Lauro traduttore dei 'Colloquia' erasmiani, Diss., Rome, 2011/12, p. 135).Little is known about the early life and education of Pietro Lauro. He was born around 1510 in Modena and probably made medical studies in Bologna or Padua, considering the many translations of medical works he did during his career. In the 1540s he moved to Venice, attracted by the growing possibilities offered in the printing business. As a schoolmaster, he taught Greek and Latin and at the same time collaborated with several local typographers especially as a translator. The relationships Lauro had with several figures close to the Evangelical movement, like Ortensio Lando, Lucrezia Gonzaga and Renée de France, and the many letters addressed to German correspondents (all found in his letter collections, published in 1552 and 1560), testify to his sympathy for the Lutheran doctrines (cf. S. Seidel Menchi, Erasmus als Ketzer: Reformation und Inquisition im Italien des 16. Jahrhunderts, Leiden & New York, 1992, pp. 435, 467). The year after the publication of the translation of the Colloquia, he completely disappeared from the literary scene in Venice to re-emerge only in 1549. Among the many works he translated in Italian stand out the De inventoribus rerum by Polidoro Virgili (1543), De officio mariti by Juan Luis Vives (1546), and Leon Battista Alberti's De re aedificatoria (1546). From Spanish he translated numerous devotional works by Luis de Granada and Antonio de Guevara. Lauro died at Venice after 1568 (cf. G. Dini, Pietro Lauro, in: "Dizionario biografico degli italiani", vol. 64, Rome, 2005, pp. 119-122).The printer Vincenzo Valgrisi (Vincent Vaugris) was originally from Lyon, and moved to Venice in the late 1530s, where he was active until 1573. In 1559, when all of Erasmus' works were put on the index of Paul IV, probably under pressure of the Venetian Holy Office, Valgrisi dropped the designation 'Ex officina Erasmiana' or 'Nella Bottega d'Erasmo' ('In Erasmus' workshop') from his title-pages and colophons (cf. I. Andreoli, Ex officina erasmiana. Vincenzo Valgrisi e l'illustrazione del libro tra Venezia e Lione alla metà del '500, Lyons, 2006, p. 78).Edit 16, CNCE18238; Universal STC, no. 828305; Adams, E-534; Index Aureliensis, 163.419; I. Andreoli, op. cit., p. 365; M. Dazzi, Aldo Manuzio e il dialogo venziano di Erasmo, Vicenza, 1969, pp. 127- 128; S. Seidel Menchi, op. cit., p. 218.

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