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        Lexicon juris civilis, per [.] Jacobum Spiegel [.] ex variis probatorum autorum commentariis congestum. Iterumq[ue] ab ipso recognitum, ac locupletatum.

      Lyon, Sebastian Gryphius, 1549. - Erfolgreiches, erstmals 1538 in Straßburg erschienenes juristisches Lexikon, das den spätmittelalterlichen „Vocabularius utriusque juris" ablöste. Spiegel, Neffe Wimphelings, zählte zum elsässischen Humanistenkreis. - Einband berieben, bestoßen (Kanten stärker) u. fleckig. Titel m. altem Besitzvermerk. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig sowie vereinzelt feuchtigkeitsfleckig. - Adams S 1586; vgl. Stintzing/L. I, 580f.; nicht im BM STC, French Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Fol. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel u. am Ende sowie zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen im Text. 814 Sp., (1 S.), 2 Bll., Späterer Ppbd. m. goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        D. Iasonis Pratensis Zyricei medici clarissimi de cerebri morbis: Hoc est, omnibus fermč . . .

      Basel: Henrichus Petrus, 1549. The First Book Devoted to Brain DisordersPratensis, Jason Å• (1486-1558). D. Iasonis Pratensis Zyricei medici clarissimi de cerebri morbis: Hoc est, omnibus fermč (quoniam Å• cerebro male affecto omnes ferč qui corpus humanum infestant, morbi oriuntur) curandis liber. . . . [32], 540, [4] pp. Basel: Henrichus Petrus [1549]. 8vo. 153 x 101 mm. Full blind-tooled morocco in antique style by the Aquarius BIndery. Binding a little tight, small oval library stamp effaced from title leaf, faint marginal dampstains on a few leaves, but very good. A few marginal notes in an early hand. The Haskell F. Norman copy, with his bookplate. First Edition. The first book devoted entirely to brain disorders. Pratensis (originally van de Velde) was the personal physician to Adolf van Bourgondie, margrave of Veere in the Netherlands; he was also the author of several books on topics such as sterility and childbirth. “In 1549, [Pratensis] published his last book, De cerebri morbis, ‘On the Diseases of the Brain,’ a volume of 540 pages divided into 33 chapters and covering every cerebral disorder and disease from headache to dimwittedness, from loss of memory, epilepsy, drunkenness, tremors, and convulsions to frenzy, lethargy, catalepsy, mania, melancholy and love . . . this book was probably the first full-length consideration of all the topics that would later fall within the domain of neurology, as well as much else besides” (Midefort, A History of Madness in Sixteenth-Century Germany, p. 152). Chapter 17 deals with mania, which Pratensis defined as a “mental corruption” caused by an excess of black bile; this condition could be brought about by a number of factors, including too much alcohol, religious fear, covetousness and Lutheranism(!). Pratensis recommended curing mania with diet, herbs, cooling baths, music, and well-regulated exercise and sleep; if these remedies failed, the more recalcitrant maniacs could be subdued with whips and chains. Adams P-2066. Garrison-Morton.com 4511.02. Norman 1740.

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        De Imperatorum Romanorum praeclare gestis libri VIII. graeci & latini. Et propter primi discentium linguas studia, ita disposuimus ut graeca latinis e regione exacte per omnia respondeant, conferriqu[ue] sine vel negocio vel impedimento possint. Postremum nunc recognitione diligentiori castigati.

      Basel, Sebastian Henricpetri, 1549. 8°. Mit einigen Holzschn.-Initialen u. einer ganzs. Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Ende. 20 Bll. (dav. eines weiß), 647 (1) S., Restaurierter blindgepr. Ldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 3 Bünden m. mod. goldgepr. Rückenschild u. 2 Schließen. Schöne und seltene griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe. - Dritte Basler Herodian-Ausgabe, „ganz neu gestaltet“ (Hieronymus). - Einband etw. berieben. Altes gest. Wappenexlibris a. Innendeckel. Titel m. kl. Stempel. Zu Beginn etw. wasserrandig. Etw. gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - VD16, H 2498; Adams H 385; BM STC, German Books 399; Schweiger I, 136; Hieronymus, Griech. Geist aus Basler Pressen 256. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Herodot (Herodotus), De Imperatorum Romanorum praeclare gestis libri VIII. graeci & latini, Graece

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        Historia delle Cose di Francia, raccolta fedelmente da Paolo Emilio da Verona,

      e recata hora a punto dalla Latina in questa nostra lingua Volgare. Col privilegio del sommo Pontefice Paolo III. per anni XV. (In fine:) In Venetia, per Michele Tramezzino MDXLIX (1549), - in-4, ff. (28), 354, (2), bel carattere corsivo, impresa dello stampatore sul titolo, grande silografia raffig. la Sibilla al verso dell'ultimo foglio, iniziali istoriate. Legatura antica in piena pergamena rigida, titolo ms. al dorso (ex-libris Franz Pollack Parnau). Prima edizione del volgarizzamento di questo fondamentale trattato storico sulla Francia (De rebus gentis francorum, del 1539) dalle origini al XV secolo, con le vite dei Re da Faramondo a Carlo VIII. I primi 28 ff. contengo un vasto e dettagliato indice. Opera pregiata e rara, nota a poche bibliografie. Dedicata dallo stampatoe Tramezzino a Domenico Morosini. Ottimo esemplare. A.Tinto, Annali tipografici dei Tramezzino, n. 86. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ENTREE DU ROY HENRI II]. C'est l'ordre qui a este tenu a la nouvelle et joyeuse entrée, que le Roy treschretien Henry deuzieme de ce nom, à faicte en sa bonne ville & cité de Paris le sezième jour de Juin MDXLIX. (1549).

      Paris, Rosset 1549 - [ENTREE DU ROY HENRI II]. C'est l'ordre qui a este tenu a la nouvelle et joyeuse entrée, que le Roy treschretien Henry deuzieme de ce nom. Suivi de : C'est l'ordre et forme qui a este tenu au Sacre & Couronnement de treshaulte & tresillustre Dame Catharine de Medicis, Royne de France. Deux ouvrages en 1 volume in-4 de (38) ff. et 11 gravures, (12) ff., le dernier blanc. Maroquin aubergine, riche décor aux armes et chiffre du roi Henri II frappées or sur les plats avec fleurs de lys et chiffre H couronné, dos à nerfs orné de filets or et à froid, filet or sur les coupes, triple filet or intérieur, tranches dorées. Reliure du XIXè siècle. 227 X 160 mm. EDITION ORIGINALE RARE ET PRECIEUSE DU « plus beau livre d'Entrée des rois de France qui ait été publié » (Ruggieri, 245). EDITION ORIGINALE DU SACRE ET COURONNEMENT DE LA REINE CATHERINE DE MEDICIS. Fairfax Murray French, 150 ; Du Colombier, Jean Goujon, p. 67-71, planche LVI-LVII ; Vinet, 471 ; Picot Rothschild, IV, 3114 ; Mortimer French, 202l ; Watanabe,1602. RELATION DE L'ENTREE SOLENNELLE A PARIS D'HENRI II EN ET DE CATHERINE DE MEDICIS EN 1549, deux ans après l'avènement du roi qui succédait à son père François Ier, mort en 1547. LE PREMIER OUVRAGE DECRIT LA CEREMONIE DE L'ENTREE, LE SECOND RELATE LE SACRE DE LA REINE, SIX JOURS AUPARAVANT, A SAINT-DENIS. En marquant la liquidation de la succession de François Ier, l'événement revêtait une importance politique considérable. LA VILLE DE PARIS LUI DONNA UNE SOLENNITE PARTICULIERE, N'EPARGNANT AUCUN EFFORT POUR EN SOULIGNER LE CARACTERE MAJESTUEUX : LES DECORS ET LES EDIFICES FURENT DESSINES ET CONSTRUITS SOUS LA DIRECTION DES PLUS GRANDS ARTISTES, SANS DOUTE Jean Cousin, Jean Goujon et Philibert de l'Orme. La coutume des entrées solennelles de souverains dans une ville, et principalement dans une capitale, remonte à la plus haute Antiquité et s'est poursuivie pratiquement à toutes les époques. Sauf quelques exceptions, ce n'est qu'à partir de 1515, lors de l'Entrée de Charles-Quint à Bruges, que celles-ci auraient donné lieu à des relations imprimées illustrées (von Arnim, Fünf Jahrhunderte Buchillustration, p. 91). CE BEAU ET RARE LIVRE ILLUSTRE CONSERVE LE SOUVENIR DES PLUS BELLES DECORATIONS ARCHITECTURALES DU SEIZIEME SIECLE ET DECRIT LA MAGNIFICENCE DE CETTE ENTREE ROYALE. Le texte, attribué à Hardouyn Chauveau par une inscription ancienne dans l'exemplaire Soleinne, serait dû, selon V.L. Saulnier, Les Fêtes de la Renaissance, I, pp. 31-59, au traducteur de Serlio, de Vitruve et de l'Hypnerotomachia Poliphili, l'écrivain Jean Martin, assisté, pour les inscriptions sur les monuments, du poète Thomas Sebillet. LES ONZE PLANCHES SUR BOIS, HORS ET DANS LE TEXTE, QUI DECORENT L'OUVRAGE, EN PARTIE SIGNEES D'UNE CROIX DE LORRAINE, ONT ETE ATTRIBUEES AUX PLUS GRANDS ARTISTES. PAR LA PERFECTION DE LEUR GRAVURE ET L'ELEGANCE DE LEUR DESSIN, EXEMPLES PARFAITS DU STYLE HENRI II DANS SON EXPRESSION PARISIENNE LA PLUS RAFFINEE, ELLES PASSENT POUR L'UN DES CHEFS-D’ŒUVRE DE L'ILLUSTRATION FRANÇAISE DU SEIZIEME SIECLE. La question reste évidemment ouverte de savoir si ces gravures traduisent les dessins ayant servi à élever les monuments de la réception ou si elles en restituent seulement l'aspect. La décoration de ces planches comporte à deux endroits au moins, au pont de Notre-Dame et à la construction flanquant le Beautreillis, le monogramme de Diane de Poitiers ; son emblème, le croissant, qui pourrait passer pour un motif décoratif, figure à plusieurs autres endroits, mais sur ces deux constructions son chiffre s'étale complaisamment à côté, voire à la place, de celui du roi ; le texte mentionne les monogrammes au H du roi mais reste muet sur ceux de sa maîtresse, âgée de cinquante ans, qui figurait dans le cortège de la reine sous son nouveau titre de duchesse de Vale [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Beati Ioannis Apocalypsim expositio, Nunc primum è tenebris eruta. Cum Indice, & duplici Tabula, Locorum Sacrae Scripturae, & Quaestionum.

      Florantia (Florence), Lorenzo Torrentino, 1549. 8vo. Contemporary limp vellum with handwritten title to spine. Library label pasted on to inside of front board, old library stamp and old owner's inscription to title-page, and library stamp to verso of title-page. An excellent, clean and fresh copy, with only very minor occasional browning. (16), 654, (82) pp.. Scarce editio princeps of Thomas Aquinas' highly important commentary on the Apocalypse of John, which at the time of Aquinas was considered perhaps the most important part of the Bible. The Apocalypse of John constitutes the last book of the Bible and the only thoroughly apocalyptic text of the New Testament; it presents a vision of the end of time and of God's victory over evil and was - especially in the Middle Ages - an extremely popular part of the Bible, which in itself inspired much medieval art. Thomas Aquinas, being the most important and influential bible commentator of his time, came to profoundly influence the way that the Bible - including the Apocalypse - was interpreted throughout the Middle Ages and well into the Renaissance. Aquinas wrote many influential bible commentaries, and his "On the Apocalypse of St. John" was of foundational character to his interpretation of The New Testament. "The Old Testament leads us out of myth into history; but the New Testament passes from the historical Gospels and the Acts of the Apostles, through the wisdom of the Epistles, to close once more in the great myth of the Apocalypse. Without some understanding of what the Apocalypse of St John reveals the rest of the Bible loses half its potency." (Emil Bock: The Apocalypse of St John, in: Anthroposophical Quarterly 2.4 (Winter 1957): 16). Adams: A-1494

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        Libellus de sphaera. Accessit eiusdem autoris computus ecclesiasticus, et alia quaedam in studiosorum gratiam edita. Cum praefatione Philippi Melanthonis.

      (Wittenberg, Veit Kreutzer, 1545-1549). - 8vo. 260 (instead of 268) pp. (lacking 4 leaves: J8, K1, 4-5), 2 blank ff. With woodcut device in contemp. colour on title page. Illustrated throughout with woodcut diagrams and spheres, 2 with movable parts, nearly all in stark contemporary colour. - (Bound with) II: Beyer, Hartmann. Quaestiones novae in libellum de sphaera Ioannis de Sacro Bosco, in gratiam studiosae iuventutis collectae ab Ariele Bicardo [.]. Wittenberg, Peter Seitz, 1550. (4), 80 (instead of 84) ff. (lacking 4 leaves: 52-55). With two folding tables, woodcut device on t. p., an initial and a diagram in the text, all woodcuts in contemp. colour. - (Bound with) III: Honter, Johannes. Rudimentorum cosmographicorum libri III cum tabellis geographicis elegantissimis. De variarum rerum nomenclaturis per classes, liber I. Zürich, Christoph Froschauer, 1552. (30) ff., 2 blank ff., (14) ff., 1 blank f. With woodcut device on t. p. Final 14 leaves comprise the atlas "Circuli sphaerae cum V zonis" with half-title woodcut, 2 smaller woodcuts in the text, and 13 woodcut maps (12 double-page, 1 full-page), all in stark contemporary colour. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin (wanting clasps). Fine sammelband of astronomical and geographical works, annotated and brilliantly coloured throughout by a contemporary owner. - I: Rare edition of the most important astronomical work of the Middle Ages: a reissue of the 1545 edition with only the colophon changed (the earlier year of publication is preserved on the separate title of part two, "De anni ratione" [J3r]). Includes Melanchthon's 1531 preface as well as his 1538 dedication, in the name of Rheticus, to Achilles Gasser. Among the woodcuts are not only two volvelles (the movable part of a third woodcut appears lost) but also a globe map of Europe, Africa, and part of Asia on leaf F5v (apparently an improved version of the "Globus Mundi" map mentioned by Shirley on p. 33). Occasional annotations in brown ink; rubricated throughout, with penwork decorations to initials in blue and red ink; nearly all woodcuts are hand-coloured in surprisingly vivid hues. The four missing leaves have been supplied in facsimile. - II: Early Wittenberg reissue of this popular instructional manual on astronomy, first published in Frankfurt the previous year. "Some new features from the standpoint of presentations and pedagogy, but its astronomy remains Ptolemaic and Sacroboscan" (Thorndike). Heavily annotated throughout in brown and bright red ink by a 16th-century hand. Lower corner of leaf L1 torn off (no loss to text). Missing 4 leaves of text, but includes the two frequently lacking folding tables. - III: Fourth Zurich edition of Honter's atlas with the maps reproduced from the first Froschauer edition published in 1546 (the work had originally appeared in Cracow in 1530 without illustrations). The fine maps, showing the widely used heart-shaped world map (cut by Heinrich Vogtherr the Elder, a specially commissioned reduced version of Waldseemüller's), Spain, France, Germany, Eastern Europe, the Balkans, Greece, Italy, Palestine, Turkey, Asia, Africa, and Sicily (all but the latter printed as double-page spreads), are in good contemporary hand colour, as are the spherical globe, the diagram of the planetary orbits (with the earth at centre), and the globe surrounded by the four winds. - A well-preserved collection in its first binding. I: VD 16, 727. Zinner 1971. BNHCat J 140. NUC 513, p. 474. Cf. Adams H 725. Burmeister, Rhetikus II, p. 56f., nos 6. & 7 (1538 & 1550). - II: VD 16, ZV 1449. Zinner 1978. IA 118.456. Houzeau/Lancaster 2527. This edition not in Adams or BM-STC German. - III: VD 16, H 4781. Adams H 833. Shirley 86 (and fig. 73). Sabin 32796. Alden/L. 552/25. Borsa (Ausg. d. Cosmographia) 96. Cf. Nordenskiöld p. 111 & plate 44. Not in BM-STC German.

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        De historia stirpium commentarii insignes, adiectis earundem viuis, & ad naturae imitationé artificosè expressis imaginibus

      Lugduni: Apud Balthazarem Arnolletum 8vo (16.3 cm, 6.4"). [32], 852, [12] pp.; illus.. 1549 Early edition of one of the most important botanical works of the 16th century. Fuchs's standard-setting Historia emphasizes the pharmacological qualities of the plants described and provides over => 500 woodcut illustrations remarkable for their accuracy and reliability, compared to many previous herbals. A number of the plant descriptions herein are the first known to have been published, including those of => New World plants such as chilli pepper, pumpkin, marigold, and tobacco; the plant names are given in Latin, Greek, French, and German. The work was first published in 1542 in folio form, with this smaller format being brought out as more convenient for work in the field and elsewhere. This is the second Lyons edition and the first illustrated Lyons printing, featuring smaller woodcuts specially commissioned by Arnoullet from Clément Boussy, after the Albrecht Meyer and Heinrich Fu?llmaurer originals from the Basel printings. The title-page bears Arnoullet's seahorse and sword device. Binding: 18th-century speckled calf, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-stamped foliate compartment decorations between gilt-ruled raised bands. Evidence of Readership: Intermittent early inked underlining and occasional annotations; final page (colophon) with substantive early inked annotation in Latin. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Tess M. Hope; title-page with inked ownership inscription of Vitus Herremann, dated 1633; title-page verso with small bookplate "Biblioth. Bosian. Hortens." (the Leipzig Botanical Garden). Bound as above, leather pitted and scuffed, joints and spine rubbed with spine leather showing small cracks. Bookplate and inscriptions as above, front free endpaper and back pastedown with later pencilled annotations; other annotations as noted above. Title-page with lower portion excised, mounted some time ago. Margins of first and last few leaves darkened; occasional light spots and smudges. A solid and interesting copy of a landmark herbal, with evidence of early reader engagement.

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        Polybiou Magalopolitou Istorion biblia pente, kai epitomai dodeka epitomai ib' (Greek letters) Historiarum libri priores quinque, Nicolao Perotto Episcopo Sipontino interprete. Item Epitome sequentium librorum usque ad Decimumseptimum, Vuolfgango Musculo interprete. rerum quoq; & verborum in iisdem memorabilium Index. (2 Parts).

      Basel, Ioannem Hervagium (Herwagen), (1549). Folio. Later full calf (17th Century). 5 raised bands, titlelabel in leather with gilt lettering. Gilt borders on covers. Covers a bit rubbed. Edges red. Edges in the last quarter of the book with a weekness affecting a few mm. of outer margins, no damage to text. (8),282 pp. (Greek text), 1 blank + (8),323,(9) pp. (Latin text). Titlepage with printers wood-cut device. The Greek text having a few old underlinings and a few neath contemporary annotations in margins. Internally clean and fine.. Scarce early edition of Plybius' History with the Greek text and the translation by N. Perottus and W. Musculus. (Editio Princeps 1530). Adams P 1803 - VD 16 P 4083. - BM (German Books): 585. k.18

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        De officiis. Item, De amicia : De senectute : Paradoxa : & De somnio Scipionis

      New edition, with notes of Erasmus and Phillipp. Melanchthon. Matque the title page in the printer and the last leaf verso. Text in italics.Bound in full vellum nineteenth environment. dumb back. Each sheet is separated from the next by winds. Title page with small bites, and a thin tear in high margin. red lines beside the titles and the printer brand. Some underlined passages. Apud Seb. Gryphium Lugduni[Lyon] 1549 In-8 (10,5x16,5cm) 56p. ; 237p. (1) (64p.) relié

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        Polyaeni Stratagematvm ad D D. Antoninum & Verum Impp. libri octo, quibus ampliss. foecundissimaque rei militaris doctrina continetur: nunquam antea in lucem editi, ac nuper adeò è Graeco sermone in latinum conuersi. Ivsto Vvlteio² Vuetterano Interprete. Cum Caes. Maiest. gratia & priuilegio ad quinquennium. Basileae, Per Ioannem Oporinum [Basel, Johannes Opporin³ 1549].

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        Novum Testamentum

      Lutetiae/Paris: Stephani, 1549. Second. hardcover. fine. Ex-Bibliotheca Regia. Main title page and first 2pp of text are Romanized, but otherwise the text is entirely in Greek. 528; 361, [5]pp. 2 volumes bound together. Pages 196 and 205 are bound out of order and pages 76 and 77 are misnumbered. Special title page in Greek for second part. Printer's Basilisk device on both titles; several other woodcut headpieces and decorative initials throughout. Estienne's olive tree device on penultimate leaf. Very thick 16mo, superb 19th century binding by Bozerian, Full black straight-grained morocco with abundant miniature blind and gilt-tooled designs on covers and spine; wide dentelles and stamped leather doublures; gold foil endpapers, a.e.g. Lutetiae: Ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, typus Regiis [Robert Estienne], 1549. Second edition. A virtually spotless copy in an impressive binding. The second edition of the renowned French printer's Greek New Testament. Sometimes referred to as the "O Mirificam (O admirable King)" edition, it was first printed in 1546, but Renouard states that this printing is "beaucoup plus rare". Estienne had already published a number of Latin bibles, but his four editions of the Greek text, following on the work of Erasmus, marked a major advance in the refinement of an authoritative New Testament. -Darlow & Moule 4620; Adams B1660; Renouard I 73; Schreiber 102.

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        Alexandri ab Alexandro Ivrisperiti Neapolitani Genialivm Diervm Libri VI [alles in Versalien, v=u]. Parisiis, Apud Vascosanum, uia [via] Iacobaea, ad insigne Fontis. M. D. XLIX (Paris, Vascosan 1549).

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        Andreae Dactii Patricii et Academici Florentini Poemata

      Lorenzo Torrentino 1549 In 8vo (cm 14,5), legatura del XVIII secolo in mezza pelle con fregi e titolo in oro al dorso, taglio rosso, pp. 320. Carattere corsivo latino e greco. Lievi fioriture, margine superiore un po' corto, minimi aloni marginali, insignificante strappetto all'ultima carta senza danno al testo, ma nel complesso ottima copia.RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE pubblicata postuma per le cure del figlio dell'autore Giovanni Dazzi e da questi dedicata a Cosimo de' Medici. A pagina 5 segue un'altra dedica di Andrea Dazzi a Pietro Soderini. La raccolta si apre con numerosi epigrammi ed elegie: in quei versi nei quali egli canta il suo amore per una certa Fulvia si comprende come il Dazzi «seppe contemperare lo studio dei classici con quello dei poeti volgari e soprattutto del Petrarca» (G. Bottiglioni, La lirica latina in Firenze nella seconda metà  del secolo XV, Pisa, 1913, p. 140 e inoltre pp. 136 - 144). Seguono otto selve in esametri, ciascuna dedicata ad un argomento diverso: lodi adulatorie, notizie autobiografiche, scene di vita contemporanea, ecc. Chiudono la raccolta il poemetto eroicomico in tre libri Aeluromyomachia, scritto in età  giovanile, qui pubblicato da M. Serafini e da questi dedicato a P. Cattani da Diacceto, e un'orazione latina in lode delle lettere greche. Dall'esame dei componimenti emergono le fitte relazioni che il Dazzi intratteneva con i personaggi più importanti del tempo, tra i quali ricordiamo J. Naldi, P. Crinito, G. Rucellai, L. Albizzi, L. Torelli e M. Tarcaniota. Proprio l'inimicizia tra quest'ultimo e A. Poliziano, che era stato maestro del Dazzi, causò la successiva rottura tra il Poliziano e il Dazzi stesso, il quale «in una serie di epigrammi assai mordaci, attaccò il Poliziano nel suo punto più vulnerabile, cioè nella sua immoralità » (Bottiglioni, op. cit., p. 144). Lo accusò infatti molto arditamente di omosessualità . «Parmi ces poésies il y en a de fort libres.. La plupart sont dans le genre de Catulle et de Martial.. Cela n'a point empêché ce recueil d'être réimprimé à  Paris, en 1554, avec un privilège du roi» (J. Gay, Bibliographie des ouvrages relatifs à  l'amour, aux femmes, au mariage.., Paris, 1894, I, p. 782). Numerosi sono i componimenti e le strofe in greco. In fine vi sono l'indice dei poemi e l'errata. Originario di Firenze, il Dazzi si formò nelle lettere latine sotto la guida del Poliziano e del Landino, mentre nelle lettere greche ebbe come maestro il Verino. Le sue qualità  di erudito gli fecero ottenere l'insegnamento di lettura greca presso lo Studio Fiorentino nel 1502. Insegnò ininterrottamente sia a Firenze che a Pisa fino circa al 1520, avendo come allievi P. Vettori, B. Cavalcanti, P. Mini ed altri. Proprio intorno a quegli anni una grave malattia lo rese completamente cieco e lo costrinse a ritirarsi presso la sua villa di Fiesole. Ciononostante egli continuò ad ottenere alcuni importanti incarichi pubblici e fu tra i primi ad entrare nell'Accademia fiorentina dopo la sua fondazione ufficiale nel 1541, divenendone in seguito censore. La sua memoria fu pubblicamente onorata da C. Bartoli e da M. Serafini, che lesse l'orazione funebre in S. Maria Novella (cfr. W. Rudiger, Andreas Dactius aus Florenz, Halle, 1897, passim). D. Moreni, Annali della tipografia fiorentina di Lorenzo Torrentino, Firenze, 1819, nr. XXVI, pp. 78 - 79 («raro libro»). Adams, D - 164. BMSTCItalian, p. 208. D. Moreni, Bibliografia storico ragionata della Toscana, Firenze, 1805, I, 318. \

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        D. Anselmi Cantuariensis archiepiscopi, theologorum omnium sui temporis facile principis neminique eorum qui post eum suerunt, vel sanctitate, vel eruditione, vel eloquentia secundi, luculentissimae, in omnes sanctissimi Pauli apostoli epistolas enarrationes. + Omnia D. Anselmi Cantuariensis archiepiscopi theologorum omnium sui temporis facile principis opuscula: cum luculentissimis eiusdem in aliquot evangelia enarrationibus, Antonii Democharis Ressonaei industria nunc prima restituta. Catalogum omnium pagina quinta demonstrat. 2 parts in 1 volume.

      - Venetië, Ad signum Spei, 1549. Two woodcut printer's devices. Half vellum. 8°. Foliated. (11) 433, (8), 231 leaves. (leaf 225 (ff1 in part 2 is missing), *later binding, ex libris, new endpaper, paper somewhat wormed without loss of text, and here and there waterstained and slightly browned, except pp. 2-6 they are very browned, text in pencil on endpaper, old owners name on title page (Josephi Mariae Keroni?), pages in part 1 partly wrong numbered: leaf 60 as 63, 62 as 26, 81 as 29, 99 as 96, 103 as 91, 174 as 170, 212 as 216, 286 as 186, 305 as 300, 327 as 289, 344 as 342, 383 as 387, 394 as 294, 395 as 365, In part 2: leaf 11 as 10, 13 as 12, 95 as 97, 97 as 87, 130 as 125, 136 as 236, 154 as 155, 172 as 162, 213 as 203, 229 as 221*

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        De historia stirpium commentarii insignes, adiectis earundem viuis, & ad naturae imitationé artificosè expressis imaginibus.

      Lugduni: Apud Balthazarem Arnolletum 8vo (16.3 cm, 6.4"). [32], 852, [12] pp.; illus.. 1549 Early edition of one of the most important botanical works of the 16th century. Fuchs's standard-setting Historia emphasizes the pharmacological qualities of the plants described and provides over => 500 woodcut illustrations remarkable for their accuracy and reliability, compared to many previous herbals. A number of the plant descriptions herein are the first known to have been published, including those of => New World plants such as chilli pepper, pumpkin, marigold, and tobacco; the plant names are given in Latin, Greek, French, and German. The work was first published in 1542 in folio form, with this smaller format being brought out as more convenient for work in the field and elsewhere. This is the second Lyons edition and the first illustrated Lyons printing, featuring smaller woodcuts specially commissioned by Arnoullet from Clément Boussy, after the Albrecht Meyer and Heinrich Fu?llmaurer originals from the Basel printings. The title-page bears Arnoullet's seahorse and sword device. Binding: 18th-century speckled calf, spine with gilt-stamped leather title-label and gilt-stamped foliate compartment decorations between gilt-ruled raised bands. Evidence of Readership: Intermittent early inked underlining and occasional annotations; final page (colophon) with substantive early inked annotation in Latin. Provenance: Front pastedown with bookplate of Tess M. Hope; title-page with inked ownership inscription of Vitus Herremann, dated 1633; title-page verso with small bookplate "Biblioth. Bosian. Hortens." (the Leipzig Botanical Garden). Bound as above, leather pitted and scuffed, joints and spine rubbed with spine leather showing small cracks. Bookplate and inscriptions as above, front free endpaper and back pastedown with later pencilled annotations; other annotations as noted above. Title-page with lower portion excised, mounted some time ago. Margins of first and last few leaves darkened; occasional light spots and smudges. A solid and interesting copy of a landmark herbal, with evidence of early reader engagement.

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        Plutarchi Chaeronei, Philosophi, Historici Que Clarissimi Opuscula Moralia

      Seb. Gryphium Lugduni, 1549. S. broschiert/ Taschenbuch. Broschur 568 Seiten. Der Einband ist berieben und staubig, Bindung etwas gelockert, ansonsten befindet sich dieses seltene Exemplar in einem sehr guten Zustand. Guter Zustand Versand D: 3,00 EUR Antike, Plutarch, Geschichte, Philosophie

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        Galeni Pergameni . opera quae ad nos extant omnia. Accesserunt etiam nunc primum, capitum numeri & argumenta per Conradum Gesnerum) Galeni Operum. Primus [-Tertius] tomus

      1549 - 3 tomes en un fort volume Basilae, [apud Hieronymum Frobenium et Nicolaum Episcopium], 1549, , 3 tomes en un fort volume in-folio, [6] ff, 1316 col. et [1] f. ; [1] f, col. n° 5 à 430 ; [1] f, col. n° 5 à 756, [1] f. Marques typographiques aux titre et au verso de chaque feuillet final, veau marbré du XVIIe siècle, dos à 6 nerfs et fleuronné, Les tomes 1 à 3 de la seconde édition latine bâloise des œuvres complètes de Galien, dans la version établie par Janus Cornarius (vers 1500-1558) et Conrad Gesner, publiées en 10 tomes par Johann Froben (les Libri isagogici, les tomes 1 à 8, et le tome 9 d'index). Elle est établie sur l'édition vénitienne des Giunta de 1541 et elle servira de base à son tour pour l'édition lyonnaise de Frelon, 1550. [1] Primus tomus Classem primam continet, quae humani corporis fabricam, a primis eius exorsa initiis. [2] Secondus tomus Scriptorum eius omnium classem secundam continens. [3] Tertius tomus Classem scriptorum eius tertiam complectens. Graesse III, p. 8. Tranchefile supérieure détachée. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Galeni Operum Tertius Tomus classem scriptorum ejus tertiam complectens, cui insunt quae de morborum ac symptomatum causis differentiisque, & reliqua hisce finitima materia per artem totam traduntur, una? cum commentariis in libros Hippocratis De morbis vulgaribus. Elenchum horum omnium, versa pagina ostendet. WITH: Galeni Operum Quartus Tomus eaquae ab ipso de morborum agnitione praenotioneque tradita sunt, & Quartae Classi asscripta, complectens: quorum catalogum versa pagina reperies.

      Basel, Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius 1549 - 2 volumes in 1 binding, 756 columns (378 p.), 844 columns (422 p.) (2) p. Contemporary blindstamped Leather over wooden boards with ribbed back, Folio (columns 557-582 have annotations written in Latin in an old handwriting, text printed in columns, spine rebound. Galen, c.130-c.200, physician and writer, was born in Pergamum, of Greek parents. After study in Greece and Asia Minor and at Alexandria, he returned to Pergamum, where he served as physician to the gladiatorial school. He resided chiefly in Rome from c.162. Noted for his lectures and writings, he established a large practice and became court physician to Marcus Aurelius. He is credited with some 500 treatises, most of them on medicine and philosophy, at least 83 of his medical works are extant. He correlated earlier medical knowledge in all fields with his own discoveries (based in part on experimentation and on dissection of animals) and systematized medicine in accordance with his theories, which emphasized purposive creation. His work in anatomy and physiology is especially notable. He demonstrated that arteries carry blood instead of air and added greatly to knowledge of the brain, nerves, spinal cord, and pulse. Galen's influence was great. His books were still being used in the Middle Ages and for many medical students, they were the primary source of information on medicine.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iliados, de rebus ad Troiam gestis, libri XXIIII. Helio Eobano Hesso interprete.

      Basel, J. Oporinus 1549. 8 Bll., 702 S., 1 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. mit Goldprägung. 18 x 11 cm. VD 16, H 4669; vgl. Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 168. - Nachdruck der zuerst 1540 bei Oporins Schwager Robert Winter erschienenen Übersetzung der Ilias von Eobanus Hessus. \"Die erste Übersetzung in lateinischen Hexametern, aus der Feder eines der besten neulateinischen Dichter deutscher Zunge\" (Hieronymus). - Goldprägung oxydiert, Ecken und 1 Kante restauriert, Rücken erneuert. Etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, Titel mit gestrichenem Namenszug. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Dele lettere di M. Claudio Tolomei, Libri sette, con nuova aggiunta ristampate, & con somma diligenza corrette,

      Appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii, in Vinetia (Venise) 1549 - pt in-8 (10,5 x 16,2 cm), 292 ff., (6 ff), ouvrage orné de nombreuses lettrines gravées sur bois, titre gravé et marque d'imprimeur au verso du dernier feuillet, seconde édition, reliure 19e demi-veau marron, à coins, dos à nerfs, 1 mors fendu, bon état intérieur. Recueil de lettres adressées par Claudio Tolomei à des nombreux écrivains humanistes de son t emps.

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        La vita del Gran Philosopho Apollonio Tianeo, composta da Philostrato scrittore greco, et tradotta nella lingua volgare da M. Lodovico Dolce.

      Venezia: Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1549 (ma 1550). - In-8 247 (1) marca tipografica al frontespizio. Piena pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ex-libris Lucatello. Ottimo esemplare. Prima edizione italiana della vita di Apollonio di Philostrato, coeva a quella di Comin da Trino e del Torrentino. Flavius Filostrato nacque nel 170 a Lemno; famoso sofista greco, mori' nel 249. Venne stampato per la prima volta da Benedictus Hectoris nel 1501 a Bologna, e l'anno seguente da Aldo in Venezia. Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, editore e tipografo attivo a Venezia., nacque a Trino da Giovanni il Vecchio e da Guglielmina Borgominieri, si stabilì a venezia con il padre nel 1523 e vi restò a dirigere l'azienda quando Giovanni si trasferì a Torino. Per qualche tempo fu in società con i fratelli Giovanni Francesco e Bonifacio e con il fratellastro Giovanni Cristoforo (secondo il dizionario biografico degli italiani). All'inizio dell'attività usò i caratteri di Bernardino Stagnino, suo parente, e di Bartolomeo Zanetti. Nel 1544 sposò Lucrezia Bin, da cui ebbe dodici figli. Aveva bottega a Rialto, all'Insegna della Fenice, e aprì librerie anche a Napoli, Bologna e Ferrara. Fu il primo tipografo a dar vita a collane (collana istorica e ghirlanda spirituale). Morì nel 1578; gli successero i figli Giovanni il Giovane e Giovanni Paolo. Alcune edizioni con la sua sottoscrizione uscirono postume nel 1579. 16mo secolo [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lettere. Tomo primo [secundo] delle divine lettere del Gran Marsilio Ficino tradotte in linguaThoascana per M. Felice Figliuccii Senese. / Tomo II. delle lettere... nuovamente ristampate con due tavole, la prima de i nome & materie delle lettere, & l`altera delle cose piu notabili.

       Venezia, Gabriel Giolito di Ferrari 1549/1563. 2 Bde. in 1 geb. 8°. 12 nn. Bll., 320 Bll.; 16 nn. Bll., 213 Bll., 1 nn. Bl. Pgtm. d. Zt. m. hs. Rückentit. Mit je 1 Titelvign., Initialen u. gr. Druckermarke a. d. Schlußbl. Einzelne Bll. feuchtigkeitsrand. bzw. gebräunt. Vorderdeckel beschabt. Schließbänder fehlen.BM STC Italian Books 250; Nicht in Adams, Machiels - Seltene italien. Übersetzung der \"Lettere\" des Humanisten und Neo-Platonikers Marsilio Ficino (1433-1499), gewidmet Cosimo de Medici. Mit dem oft fehlenden zweiten Band. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Philosophie, Alte Drucke

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        Iliados, de rebus ad Troiam gestis, libri XXIIII. Helio Eobano Hesso interprete.

      Basel, J. Oporinus 1549.. 8 Bll., 702 S., 1 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. mit Goldprägung. 18 x 11 cm. VD 16, H 4669; vgl. Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 168. - Nachdruck der zuerst 1540 bei Oporins Schwager Robert Winter erschienenen Übersetzung der Ilias von Eobanus Hessus. "Die erste Übersetzung in lateinischen Hexametern, aus der Feder eines der besten neulateinischen Dichter deutscher Zunge" (Hieronymus). - Goldprägung oxydiert, Ecken und 1 Kante restauriert, Rücken erneuert. Etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, Titel mit gestrichenem Namenszug.

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        Theotimus, sive De tollendis & expungendis malis libris, iis praecipue, quos vix incolumi fide ac pietate plerique legere queant, Libri Tres, Multa complectentes, quae tum ad mores, tum ad religionem faciant, & lectorem oppido iuuent, cuiuscunque tandem fidei illum nacti erunt: ad Clarissimum virum Petrum Remoniu, Rotomagensis Senatus praesidem primarium

      Ioannem Roigny, Paris 1549 - AUTHORIAL PRESENTATION COPY 8vo. pp. (xlviii), 283, (v). a?, e?, i?, a-s? Roman and Italic letter, some Greek. Floriated woodcut initials and headpieces, "Ex bibliotheca Iacobi demonthiers supremo Parhis senati Advocati. Ex dono dicti Putherbei" in contemporary hand at foot of title page, Captain Michiels, name stamp on title, manuscript autograph dated 1749 "Medio tutissimus ibis"on rear fly, bookplate, engraved by L. Fruytiers of "I. G. M." on pastedown with same motto, manuscript note concerning the author on fly in C18th hand, occasional manuscript underlining in red crayon. Light age yellowing, title page a little dusty and spotted. A good copy, crisp and clean in slightly later speckled calf rebacked, corners restored. Rare first edition of this important work defending the censorship of ungodly books by the Cistercian Monk Gabriel Dupuyherbault, including biting attacks on authors, notably Rabelais, who were thought to threaten public morals. In doing so he made a bitter enemy of Rabelais who castigated him in the prefaces of later editions of his work. "Rabelais’s words concerning this particular species of Anti-Natures children were: Demoniacles Calvins, imposters de Geneve, that is ‘demoniacal Calvins, Genevan imposters.’ Rabelais’s reference to his Catholic detractor immediately follows: les enraigez Putherbs, "the crazy Putherbes" that is, Putherbius, the latin form of DuPuyherbault’s name. In five of the thirty editions the unknown editors contented themselves with simply dropping the reference to Calvin and Geneva, so that redoubled thunder fell upon the monk Gabriel DuPuyherbault: ‘the demoniacal, crazy Puytherbes’. But because these editions included no footnotes and the relation to the monk’s latin name and writings to which Rabelais had perhaps faded by the 1560’s, this slander was probably inconsequential, however unjust. (.) E Droz, in ‘Frere DuPuyherbault’ has shown that whatever DuPuyherbault’s hatred of Rabelais’s religious views and mores, he was by no means crazy but was rather a sincere and tireless proponent of Catholic monastic reforms. DuPuyherbault died in 1566" Sam Kinser ‘Rabelais’ Carnival." In fact DuPuyherbault was an important theologian of the Sorbonne. This treatise, attacking heretical writings and calling for censorship of impious works, was perhaps his most famous work. Most of the authors he considers are classical but he devotes quite large sections to Rabelais. His criticisms of Rabelais did much to cement the popular image of him as a drunkard and philandering atheist. "After such simplistic good and bad judgments came the more serious disrepute of Rabelais in fashionable circles, a disrepute popularized after Rabelais's death by persiflage in poems like Pierre Ronsard's comic epitaph depicting the writer wallowing amid spilt wine "like a frog in mud." Such satire reinforced the rabid attacks of Catholic controversialists like Gabriel DuPuyherbault, who depicted Rabelais as a drunkard and glutton "who does nothing everyday but sniff kitchen odors and imitate the long-tailed monkey." Kinser, Samuel. ‘Rabelais's Carnival’. This copy was given by the author to Jacques de Monthiers, ’le lieutenant général" at the town of Pontois just outside of Paris. BM STC Fr. C16th. p.145. Not in Brunet. Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iliados, de rebus ad Troiam gestis, libri XXIIII. Helio Eobano Hesso interprete.

      Basel, J. Oporinus 1549. - 8 Bll., 702 S., 1 Bl. Lederband d. Zt. mit Goldprägung. 18 x 11 cm. VD 16, H 4669; vgl. Hieronymus, Griech. Geist 168. - Nachdruck der zuerst 1540 bei Oporins Schwager Robert Winter erschienenen Übersetzung der Ilias von Eobanus Hessus. "Die erste Übersetzung in lateinischen Hexametern, aus der Feder eines der besten neulateinischen Dichter deutscher Zunge" (Hieronymus). - Goldprägung oxydiert, Ecken und 1 Kante restauriert, Rücken erneuert. Etwas gebräunt u. stockfleckig, Titel mit gestrichenem Namenszug. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        CL. Galeni Pergameni Asiani, excellentissimi semper, post unicum Hippocratem, medici ab omnibus habiti Opera quae ad nos extant omnia, partim iampridem, partim penitus recens, a? uiris doctissimis in Latinam linguam conuersa, & nunc multis recentissimis translationibus per Ianum Cornarium Medicum Physicum exornata, ab eodemq?ue recognita ex toto, & innumeris locis restitutis absolutissima. Accesserunt etiam nunc primum, capitum numeri & argumenta per Conradum Gesnerum Medicum in omnes libros, quae cum in alios multos, tum illios plerosque omnes, qui Medicinae candidatis apprime necessarij lectu sunt, ita copiose ac methodice tractantur, ut Epitomes instar haberi possint. His omnibus subiectus est index foecundissimus, ab artis medicae perit

      Basel, Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius 1549 - 2 volumes in 1 binding, (20) p. 1316 columns (658 p.), 430 columns (215 p.), Contemporary blindstamped Leather over wooden boards with ribbed back, Folio (text printed in columns, occasional woodcuts in the text, spine and the boards at some places rebound. Galen, c.130-c.200, physician and writer, was born in Pergamum, of Greek parents. After study in Greece and Asia Minor and at Alexandria, he returned to Pergamum, where he served as physician to the gladiatorial school. He resided chiefly in Rome from c.162. Noted for his lectures and writings, he established a large practice and became court physician to Marcus Aurelius. He is credited with some 500 treatises, most of them on medicine and philosophy, at least 83 of his medical works are extant. He correlated earlier medical knowledge in all fields with his own discoveries (based in part on experimentation and on dissection of animals) and systematized medicine in accordance with his theories, which emphasized purposive creation. His work in anatomy and physiology is especially notable. He demonstrated that arteries carry blood instead of air and added greatly to knowledge of the brain, nerves, spinal cord, and pulse. Galen's influence was great. His books were still being used in the Middle Ages and for many medical students, they were the primary source of information on medicine.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Historia delle cose di Francia, raccolte fedelmente da Paolo Emilio da Verona, e recata hora a punto dalla latina in questa nostra lingua volgare. Co'i privilegio del Sommo Pontefice Paulo III et del Senato veneto....per anni XV.

      In fine: Venetia Per Michele Tramezzino 1549 1549 [Francia - Storia - Prima edizione] (cm.21,8) bella piena pergamena originale con unghie e tracce di lacci. - - cc. 28 nn., cc. 354, cc. 2 nn. Grande e bella marca tipografica diversa all' inizio e in fine. Capolettera figurati, elegante carattere corsivo. Prima edizione in volgare di questa nota opera apparsa a Parigi nel 1488. L' autore nacque a Verona intorno al 1460 e morì a Parigi nel 1529. Fu storico di Carlo VIII e Luigi XII. Rara edizione non in Adams, Choix, Dura, Brunet e Gamba. esemplare bellissimo in ogni sua parte, nitido e ben marginato. Provenienza: Asta Christies, Roma 1999. * Graesse I 25; * Tinto "Annali Del Tramezzino" n° 86; * Bm. Stc. 7. [ctv] Libro

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        Contractae ex veteribus medicinae tetrabiblos, hoc est, quaternio, sive libri universales quatuor, singoli quatuor sermones complectentes, ut sint in summa quatuor sermonum quaterniores, id est, Sermones Sedecim, per Ianum Cornarium...latine conscripti.

      ex Officina Gedefridi et Marcelli Beringorum fratrum 1549 AETIUS, Amidenus. Lugduni, ex Officina Gedefridi et Marcelli Beringorum fratrum, 1549. Contractae ex veteribus medicinae tetrabiblos, hoc est, quaternio, sive libri universales quatuor, singoli quatuor sermones complectentes, ut sint in summa quatuor sermonum quaterniores, id est, Sermones Sedecim, per Ianum Cornarium...latine conscripti. Accesserunt in duos primos libros (quos de simplicibus scripsit) scholia... per Hugonem Solerium...nunc primun in lucem edita. In - folio, pergamena coeva (dorso logoro, cop. ant. allentata). (36) pp., 1030 pp. su due colonne, 1031 - 1032, (17) pp. Esemplare con lievi tracce di umidità nell' angolo inferiore destro, peraltro ben conservato. Garrison, History of medicine, p. 123: > Hirsch, I, pp. 39 - 40. Durling, 49. Wellcome, I, 52. Uff.

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        Commentaires tres excellens de l'hystoire des plantes, composez premierement en latin par Leonarth Fousch, medecin tres renommé: et depuis, nouvellement traduictz en langue Françoise, par un homme scavant & bein expert en la matiere.

      Paris, Jacques Gazeau, 1549 - Folio (324 x 205 mm), ff [12, 278, including blanks Z8 and bb4], with woodcut printer's device on title, 512 woodcuts in text, and several fine white-on-black historiated initials; title margins slightly worn and frayed, a few very minor occasional stains, overall a very fresh, crisp copy, in contemporary limp yapped vellum, remains of ties. £22,500First edition of the French translation of Fuchs' De historia stirpium (Basle, 1542). This is a handsome piece of Gazeau book production, finely printed, and containing the suite of octavo Fuchs woodcuts which first appeared in the 1543 editions printed in Basle. The woodcuts as they appear here are much sharper and cleaner than in their first appearance, and show some signs of having been reworked to clarify and define the lines.The work was translated by Eloy de Maignan, according to the privilege.Hunt notes that there are two issues of the title-page, one with three asterisks before 'et depuis', as here, and the other having only one asterisk, as the Hunt copy.Provenance: partially erased old inscription from a Jesuit library on top of title; Willis King III, sold 4 October 1971, Sotheby's, lot 163 (£600), with cutting from the auction catalogue inserted; Bernard Quaritch Ltd, sold to Michael Walpole, 21 October 1971, with invoice inserted (£950)Hunt 60 (defective); Nissen BBI 663; OCLC record Harvard, Hunt, New York Botanical Garden, New York Academy of Medicine, Lloyd Library, and Missouri Botanical Garden

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        Alexandri ab Alexandro Ivrisperiti Neapolitani Genialivm Diervm Libri VI [alles in Versalien, v=u]. Parisiis, Apud Vascosanum, uia [via] Iacobaea, ad insigne Fontis. M. D. XLIX (Paris, Vascosan 1549).

      Paris, Vascosan 1549.. 15 Blätter (incl. Titel); 1 (weißes) Blatt; 1021[recte 1029; Paginierungsfehler, auf S. 736 folgen erneut die Seiten 729 bis 736, allerdings mit dem korrekten Text !] Seiten; 1 (weißes) Blatt. Mit sechs durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen gehefteter Pergamentband der Zeit mit dreiseitig überstehenden Schutzkanten und zwei von verschiedenen alten Händen geschriebenen Rückentiteln, einmal horizontal und einmal vertikal laufend, ein weiteres Mal auf den beiden oberen Schutzkanten. (17,2 x 11,2 cm) Kl.8°.. Vergl. Savigny (Geschichte des Römischen Rechts im Mittelalter. Das 14. und 15. Jahrhundert.) VI, 457 f. Graesse I, 68. Index Aureliensis 103.239. Nicht in VD16 (obwohl in Coburg und Erlangen/ Nüprnberg vorhanden). Bibliothek Oechslin 004593838. ITICCUBVEE\012982 (unser Exemplar in der Variante "A" mit dem originalen Vorwort des Drucker, in Variante "B" neu gesetzt !) OCLC 181710400. Authentischer Pergamentband der Zeit mit den entsprechenden Altersspuren. Möglicherweise fehlt ein erstes weißes Blatt, sowohl das Erlanger/Nürnberger, als auch das Coburger Exemplar mit unserer Kollation, ICCU und andere geben 32 Seiten an, zählt man jedoch unser weißes Blatt zwischen dem Vorspann und dem eigentlichen Text mit, dann stimmen die Zählungen überein. Mit den verschiedenen Titeln auf Rücken und der vorderen oberen Schutzkante können wir gut nachvollziehen, wie das Buch im Laufe der Zeiten aufbewahrt wurde, mal quer liegend, mal stehend und auch einmal mit dem Kopfschnitt nach vorne im Stapel. Mit einigen Vorbesitzern und vereinzelten Marginalien von alter Hand. In der Bindung sichtbar sind aus alten Manuskripten geschnittene beschriebene Pergamentstreifen die zur Verstärkung der Bindung dienten, sichtbar. Insgesamt sehr dekoratives Exemplar eines oft gedruckten Buches in einer recht seltenen Auflage und in einem zeitgenössischen, weitestgehend erhaltenen Einband. Die "dies geniales" des neapolitanischen Juristen und Hobbyphilologen Alessandro Alessandri (1461 - 1523), seit 1522 mehrfach aufgelegt, sind eine aus antiken Schriftstellen kompilierte Art Enzyklopädie. Savigny meinte dazu: "... Behandelt unter andern mehrere Pandektenstellen, hauptsächlich von Seiten der Sprachkunde. Das Wichtigste aber ist der darin enthaltene Versuch einer Herstellung der zwölf Tafeln ..." Als Vorbilder dienten die "Attischen Nächte" des Aulus Gellius und die "Saturnalien" des Macrobius. "On peut le comparer, dit Tiraboschi, a un grand magasin ou l'on trouve des marchandieses de toute espece: il faut une main habile et experimentee pour les chosir, les repolir, et en faire un bon usage" (Hoefer I, 791), also ein bunter Gemischtwaren- oder Trödelladen. Gilt dennoch als zentrales Werk der frühen Humanisten und prägte wesentlich die weitere Rezeption der römischen Rechtsprinzipien. Anmerkungen zum Autor: (1461-1523) "ALESSANDRI, Alessandro. - Nato a Firenze da Ugo e da Gemma di Donato Cambi il 13 luglio 1391, apparteneva a una delle principali famiglie della citta, fino a poco prima consorte di quella degli Albizzi, potentissima nella vita fiorentina del tempo, godendo reputazione, utili e dignita dello stato. Capitano di Campiglia nel 1423, operaio dell'Opera di S. Maria del Fiore nel 1430, nonche commissario della Repubblica nella guerra contro Lucca, nel bimestre luglio-agosto 1431 fece parte della Signoria e poi, scaduto da quell'ufficio, fu nominato dai Dieci di Balia loro procuratore per assoldare truppe; nel 1432 fu capitano della Montagna pistoiese. Nel 1435 fu inviato oratore a Venezia e poi nel Casentino presso il conte Francesco di Poppi. Fu ripetutamente dell'ufficio degli Otto di Guardia e Balia (1435, 1439, 1442, 1446, 1451, 1456) e per varie volte (1439, 1440, 1441, 1447, 1452) in quello dei Dieci di Balia, che era l'organo che dirigeva la politica estera della Repubblica e la condotta della guerra. Fu gonfaloniere di giustizia nel 1441 e per la seconda volta nel 1448; nel 1442 fu capitano di Livorno, e di Pistoia nel 1445, anno in cui sposo Onesta Acciaiuoli. Salito sul soglio pontificio Niccolo V, l'A. fece parte (1447) della solenne ambasceria inviata a Roma per congratularsi con il pontefice. Quando nel 1451 l'imperatore Federico si reco a Roma, l'A. fu uno dei cittadini inviati a Ferrara per incontrare quel principe, dal quale venne poi fatto cavaliere il 16 febbr. 1452; dopo il parlamento dell'agosto 1458 fu nominato accoppiatore. Nell'ottobre del 1459 ando ambasciatore a Livorno per ossequiarvi Giovanni d'Angio. Mori a Firenze il 27 dicembre 1460. Oltre che nella vita pubblica della Firenze del suo tempo, l'A. ebbe un certo rilievo anche nell'ambiente umanistico fiorentino; da giovane aveva frequentato la scuola di Roberto de' Rossi; fu intimo di Matteo Palmieri, che gli dedico la sua Vita civile,e fu amico di Filippo Lippi, che, posteriormente al 1450, lo raffiguro, insieme con due suoi figliuoli, in una tavola ora nel Metropolitan Museum di New York. Fonti e Bibl.: Della vita civile di Matteo Palinieri. De optimo cive di Bartolomeo Sacchi, a cura di F. Battaglia, Bologna 1944, pp.IX, XIII, 3; G. Vasari, Le vite,a cura di C. L. Ragghianti, I, Milano 1947, pp.742 s.; Matthei Palmerii Liber de temporibus,in Rer. Ital. Script.,2 ediz., XXVI, 1, a cura di G. Scaramella, pp.145, 154, 162, 163, 165. 180; A. Messeri, Matteo Palmieri cittadino di Firenze del secolo XV,in Arch. stor. ital.,s. 5,XIII (1894), pp.270, 284; G. Salvemini, La dignita cavalleresca nel Comune di Firenze,Firenze 1896, p.146; R. Sabbadini, Storia e critica di testi latini,Catania 1914, pp.31, 35-36, 38. di Giuido Pampaloni! ex: Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani "Alessandri, Alessandro (1461 - 1523) Datensatzkennung cnp01230388 Ansetzung Alessandri, Alessandro [ICCU] Alessandro, Alessandro d' [GyFmDB] Alexander <ab Alexandro> [GyFmDB] [ESTC(AACR2)] [GyGoGBV] Alexandro, Alexander ab [NeNKHB] Biographische Daten 16e E. d. 1523 1461-1523 1461-1523 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Ital. Jurist Jurist in Rom und Neapel Giureconsulto e umanista, nato nel 1461 a Napoli, ove mori nel 1523. Tätigkeit Jurist Geografische Anmerkungen Nationality: Italian Italien Internetquelle Online Resource (Display the original Edit16 name's record) Siehe auch Personen Camerarius, Joachim <der A?ltere> Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Cicero, Marcus Tullius Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Coler, Christoph von Altdorf Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Corrado, Sebastiano Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Hegendorff, Christoph Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Manuzio, Paolo Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Raenerius, Johannes Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Rutilio, Bernardino Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Valla, Laurentius Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Vettori, Pietro Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Quellen Nachgewiesen in [EI] [MASIT] [GH] [BNPC] [IBN] [IBI] [FRI] [DBI] [NUC] [BSBAK] [BLC] [ADCAM] [Hyamson=Alexander ab Alexandro; Neap. jurist, 1461 (71)-1523] [Index bio-bibliographicus nortorum hominum, 1991=Alexander ab Alexandro (Alexander de Alexandris), Alexander Neapolitanus; Alexandre ab Alexandro; Alexandre d'Alexandre; Alexandre Napolitain; Alexandris, Alexander de, 1461/71-1523] [LCAuth] [LoC-NA] Werke ALEXANDRI AB ALEXANDRO IVRISPERITI NEAPOLITANI GENIALIVM DIERVM LIBRI SEX, VARIA ... 1551. [ VD16 A 1747 ] ALEXANDRI AB ALEXANDRO IVRISPERITI NEAPOLITANI GENIALIVM DIERVM LIBRI SEX, VARIA AC ... 1539. [ VD16 A 1746 ] ALEXANDRI AB ALEXANDRO, IVRISPERITI NEAPOLITAni, Genialium dierum libri sex, varia ac ... 1591. [ VD16 A 1748 ] ALEXANDRI AB ALEXANDRO, IVRISPERITI NEAPOLITANI, GENIALIVM DIERVM LIBRI SEX. ... 1594. [ VD16 A 1749 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Ad Octavium epistola. 1554. [ VD16 C 3042 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Epistolae familiares. 1560. [ VD16 ZV 3525 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: M. TVLLII CICERONIS EPISTOLAE AD FAMILIAREIS. PHILIPPI MELANCHTHONIS argumenta & ... 1592. [ VD16 C 3060 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: M.T.CICERONIS EPISTOLARVM FAMILIARIVM LIB.XVI. EX CHRISTOPHORI LONGOLII, ELOquentißimi ... 1562. [ VD16 C 3045 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: M.TVLLII CICERONIS EPISTOLAE AD FAMILIAREIS. PHILIPPI MELANCHTHONIS ARGVmenta & ... 1586. [ VD16 C 3056 ] Cicero, Marcus Tullius: M.TVLLII CICERONIS FAMILIARIVM EPISTOLARVM libri XVI. ex Christophori ... 1538. [ VD16 C 3037 ] Dies geniales. - 1522 Geniales dies. - 1532 Geniales dies. - 1539 Geniales dies. - 1550 Geniales dies. - 1551 Geniales dies. - 1561 Geniales dies. - 1565 Geniales dies. - 1579 Geniales dies. - 1591 Geniales dies. - 1594 Genialium dierum libri sex. / By Alex...

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        La Georgica di Virgilio, nuovamente di Latina in Thoscana favella, per Bernardino Daniello tradotta, e commentata.

      appresso Giovan. Gryphio 1549 In - 4° (cm. 20,3), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia con titolo anticamente ms. al dorso; cc. [8] 105 in ottimo stato, testo inquadrato dal commento, capilettera e vignette silografiche di argomento bucolico a ogni egloga; sporadiche fioriture e senza l'ultima carta bianca. «La Georgica ebbe due traduttori che ce la diedero in versi sciolti, prima Antonio Mario Negrisoli ferrarese, poscia con più felice successo Bernardino Daniello lucchese, a cui abbiamo una lettera di Pietro Aretino, nella qual si congratula di questo suo nobil lavoro (Aret. Lett. L. 3, p. 189)» [G. Tiraboschi, Storia della letteratura italiana, tomo VII, parte III]. Cfr. Gamba 1740n; Mambelli 995; Graesse, VII, 363. Ottimo esemplare.

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        Artis divinatricis, quam astrlogiam seu indiciarum vocant, encomia et patrocinia, quorum catalogum sequens pagella continent.

      exc. Christianum Wechelus... 1549 (MARSTALLERUS, Gervasius). Artis divinatricis, quam astrlogiam seu indiciarum vocant, encomia et patrocinia, quorum catalogum sequens pagella continent. Parisiis, exc. Christianum Wechelus... 1549. In - 4°, pergamena coeva con unghie. 178, (2) pp. car. italico. Insegna tipogr. all' inizio ed in fine. Bell' esemplare della prima edizione di questa collezione di opere astrologiche. Caillet, I, 478 e III, 7173: Rarissimo. Cantamessa, Astrologia, 2756. Gardner, 774. Houzeau - Lancaster, 4843. Thorndike, V, p. 296. Adams, M,678.

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        ANDRIA

      Excudebat Servatius Saffenus. Lovanii. Lovanii. Excudebat Servatius Saffenus. 1549. Pergamino a la romana. 664Pág. 16X10. Leve polilla y falta al final de la Obra (foto). Primera de las Obras de Publio Terencio y muy famosa comedia. Raríssimo. Ref 30 Bilbioteca A. 1549. Pergamino a la romana. 664Pág. 16X10. Leve polilla y falta al final de la Obra (foto). Primera de las Obras de Publio Terencio y muy famosa comedia. Raríssimo. Ref 30 Bilbioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Aceptable.

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        Liber VI decretalium. Unito: CClementinae - Unito: Extravagantes

      Porta 1549- 1548 5 grandi xilografie nel testo , numerose ed estese annotazioni manoscritte coeve per tutto il volume - tarli margine interno di una trentina di fogli, vari piccoli restauri, rinforzi, censure, il tutto senza perdita di testo, nel complesso buon esemplare. Bella edizione figurata, impreziosita dalle numerose annotazioni manoscritte coeve. RARISSIMA ( ristampa 1559)

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        Alexandri., Genialum Dierum Libri Sex, Varia ac Recondita Eruditione Referti. .

      1549. . 1549 - Juan Roigny. París. . 1 Vol. . Portada + 36 h. + 370 páginas. Folio. Pergamino de época. Artes Gráficas (Imprenta), Derecho (General), Grabados , Siglo XVI , Vasco-Navarro (Navarra) . Obra de jurisprudencia. Contiene en las hojas de guarda un calendario de fiestas del Reino de Navarra, impreso en Pamplona por Pedro José Ezquerro en 1746. Contiene bella xilografía en portada de una prensa de imprimir. Encuadernado en perfamino con lomera caligrafiada. Tapas levemente rozadas y visagra interior con fatiga, texto en buen estado .

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        LE VITE DI LEON DECIMO, ET D'ADRIANO SESTO SOMMI PONTEFICI, ET DEL CARDINAL POMPEO COLONNA, scritte per Mons. Paolo Giovio Vescovo di Nocera, & tradotte per M. Lodovico Domenichi

      Florence, stampate in Fiorenza: appresso Lorenzo Torrentino impressor ducale, del mese di febraio 1549.. FIRST EDITION 1549, printer named in colophon, Italian text, 8vo, approximately 165 x 100 mm, 6½ x 4 inches, pages: [16], 1-144, 161-631, [1], colophon on final page, jump in pagination in all copies, register continuous, collated and guaranteed complete, collation: A8, A-Qq8, Rr4, engraved architectural title page, a male and female figure to each column, a cherubic angel on each side at top, 3 historiated initials, bound in early vellum with yapp edges, old hand lettering to spine, all edges blue. Vellum slightly discoloured, darkened on spine, small dark ring (from glass) on lower cover, ink partly smudged on spine, title page slightly trimmed at top and fore-edge with slight loss to image at fore-edge, pale damp stain in lower margin of 9 leaves, another to fore-edge of 4 leaves, occasional light browning or small pale brown mark to margins, 2 neat pointing hands, 1 underlining and 1 neat marginal word in ink. A very good copy. Paolo Giovio (1483 ?- 1552) was an Italian physician, historian, biographer, and prelate. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        ANDRIA

      Excudebat Servatius Saffenus. Lovanii. Lovanii. Excudebat Servatius Saffenus. 1549. Pergamino a la romana. 664Pág. 16X10. Leve polilla y falta al final de la Obra (foto). Primera de las Obras de Publio Terencio y muy famosa comedia. Raríssimo. Ref 30 Bilbioteca A. 1549. Pergamino a la romana. 664Pág. 16X10. Leve polilla y falta al final de la Obra (foto). Primera de las Obras de Publio Terencio y muy famosa comedia. Raríssimo. Ref 30 Bilbioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Aceptable.

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        EPISTOLARUM LIBER Varia reconditàque historiarum cognitione refertus. Eiusdem de Triplici Philosophia Commentariolus. Accessit & rerum memorabilium index.

      Florentiae, cudebat Laurentius Torrentinus, 1549. In-16 p. (mm. 160x108), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), 1 c.b., pp. 133,(9), 1 c.b. Al marg. sup. del frontespizio figura una frase ms. ma illeggibile; al marg. infer. si legge invece: ?"Ex dono authoris gratiss.?" "Edizione originale". Cfr. Adams,II,S-426 - The British Library, p. 609. Al verso della prima c.b. è riportata la seguente frase (anticam. ms. a penna): ?"In capo al frontespizio si legge appena l?'indirizzo ?'Al Rev. pad. fra Michele da p.?' di mano dell?'Autore di cui sono pure le correzioni che qua e là si ritrovano nel libro .. rende il libro vieppiù pregiato?". Prime 25 cc. restaur. per manc. dell?'ang. sup., con aloni margin. ma complessivam. un discreto esemplare.

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        [Benedictine Bible; Latin Vulgate] Biblia Sacra iuxta vulgatam quam dicunt Editionem, A Mendis Quibus innumeris partim scribarum incuria, partim sciolorum audacia scatebat, summa cura parique fide repurgata, atque ad priscorum probatissimorumque exemplariorum normam, adhibita interdum fontium autoritate

      Parisiis [Paris]: Prostant apud Carolam Guillard, sub sole aureo, & Gulielmum Desboys [Printed by the heirs of Charlotte Guillard for William Desboys], 1549. Hardcover Hardcover. Very Good. [16], 811, [blank], 214, [blank], [128] pages. Large folio, with many decorated initials. Printed in one column, without verse indicators. The second edition of the Benedictine Bible (first published in 1541), prepared by French theologian Johannes Benedictus (Jean Benoit, in French) by comparing the Latin Vulgate to Greek and Hebrew manuscripts. His extensive annotations in the margins explain variations between the official Bible and those in the original languages. To this he added a dictionary of the names (nomina virorum) appearing in the Bible, in the original Hebrew and Greek, and an early attempt at a concordance. His efforts ran afoul of the Catholic Church and this book was placed on the Index Librorum Prohibitorum (list of prohibited books). The efforts of Benedictus and others to improve the Vulgate eventually inspired the Church to revise the official Bible and they incorporated some of his changes in the 1570s. See Cambridge History of the Bible, vol. 3, p. 67-68. This Bible is typographically noteworthy for employing the first (or second; priority is not known) use of Piere Haultin's Pica Italic typeface (see The Palaeotypography of the French Renaissance, p. 266). 11 by 16 inches. Bound in modern polished calf over wooden boards. Some scuffing to covers. The text has worm-holes throughout, particularly at the front and back. Some loss to preliminary leaf margins, not affecting text; some old dampstains on initial leaves. Early ownership inscription dated 1553 on the verso (back) of the first blank; some early notations and underlining in the text.

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        OPERA DI M. DOMENICO BRUNI DA PISTOIA INTITOLATA DIFESE DELLE DONNE. Nella quale si contengano le difese loro, dalle calumnie dategli per gli Scrittori, e insieme le lodi di quelle. Nuovamente posta in luce.

      Opera dedicata a Leonora de Medici di Toledo. Cm.13,9x8,5. Pg.174, numerate solo al recto. Legatura ottocentesca in mz.pergamena con piatti marmorizzati. Tassello con titoli in oro al dorso. Tagli spruzzati. Al frontespizio, ripetuta al colophon, marca tipografica con serpente in muta attorcigliato ad un giglio fiorito. Capilettera incisi. Alcune chiose d'epoca manoscritte, mozzate talvolta dalla rifilatura ottocentesca. Marginale alone che interessa l'intero volume senza inficiarne minimamente la fruibilità. Nell'opera si rivendica, nel solco della polemica cinquecentesca in favore delle donne, un ruolo decisamente positivo al "gentil sesso". Nelle bibliografie consultate il presente testo viene segnalato come in prima edizione, e ciò contrasta con la notazione al frontespizio "Nuovamente posta in luce". Ne dà forse una risposta il Capponi: "Dotto giureconsulto e scrittore elegante, fiorito nella prima metà del secolo decimosesto, Domenico Bruni era sacerdote, e fu dapprima Vicario Generale dell'illustre Monsignor Benedetto Conversini Vescovo di Bertinoro, suo concittadino; più tardi pretore di Cesena, sotto Paolo III. Nonostante l?aridezza delle occupazioni dalle quali fu circondato per la natura del suo impiego, non trascurò il diletto degli ameni studi, e scrisse la "Difesa delle Donne e insieme le lodi di quelle" (Milano 1549, e Firenze, 1552). È libro diventato piuttosto raro. L'Autore nel proemio, considerando che ?molti scrittori si hanno preso in uso ogni volta che loro occorre parlare o scrivere di donne, quelle con tutte le forze dell?ingegno loro biasimare, et non solo i communi biasimi et calunnie di quelle referire, ma anchora qualch'una di nuovo aggiungervene si sforzano, ... per satisfatione et honore di sì degno sesso? ... prese l'assunto generoso di voler mostrare a tutto il mondo, che ?a torto fin qui le donne sono state dalli scrittori basimate et vilipese?. L?opera è divisa in quattro libri, in ciascuno dei quali, per meglio rafforzare gli argomenti propostisi a diverso genere di difesa, ricorda e riferisce memorabili esempi di virtù muliebri mostrandole in ogni professione in tutto e per tutto pari al sesso virile. Vogliono alcuni che al nostro Bruni appartenga pure l?opera di Lodovico Domenichi intitolata "La Nobiltà delle Donne", stampata la prima volta a Venezia dal Giolito nell?anno 1549: e raccontano come il Bruni, comunicatala al Domenichi, questi con biasimevole ruberia se l?appropriasse, e quindi la desse alla luce sotto il proprio nome (Mazzuchelli, "Scrittori d'Italia", tomo 2° parte IV, pag. 2186). Rafforza la loro opinione il vedere che il Domenichi nella lettera a Bartolomeo Gottifredi che sta alla fine del suo libro, nella quale fa l?apologia di se stesso per avere preso a trattare un argomento già per molti altri trattato, e nomina parecchi scrittori antichi e moderni, delle cui fatiche si è giovato; tace poi affatto il nome del nostro Bruni. Del resto può anche darsi benissimo che l?opera del Bruni "Della Difesa delle Donne", che è di quasi simile argomento, abbia potuto far nascere un dubbio che non è stato ancora, e forse non sarà mai risoluto. Quest?opera la ricorda anche Antonio Matani nel suo lavoro "De Philosophicis Pistoriensum studiis": egli però sembra che la credesse latina, poiché la riferisce con questo titolo: "De Nobilitate et pulcritudine mulierum", senz?altro. Anche il Fioravanti dice in proposito ?quale opera va sotto il nome dell?involatore? (Capponi, "Bibliografia pistoiese")". Se ne trova conferma negli "Annali dei Giunti" ove il testo viene seccamente indicato come "prima edizione". L'Opera fu poi ristampata nel 1559 per i Tipi dell'Antoni a Milano.

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        Sammelband mit 5 Werken von Matthias Flacius Illyricus und 8 weiteren theologischen Schriften des 16. Jahrhunderts.,

      Diverse Orte und Drucker, 1549 - 1564. - Interessanter Sammelband mit 13 (davon 11 kompletten und 2 inkompletten) Schriften aus der Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts von Matthias Flacius Illyricus, Joachim Westphal, Philipp Melanchton und Johann Wigand zum ersten Adiaphoristenstreit. - "Die Veranlassung zu diesem Streite lag in dem 1548 aufgerichteten Leipziger Interim, welches die kurfürstlichen Theologen, Melanchthon an der Spitze, auf den Wunsch des Kurfürsten Moritz, der gegen den Kaiser u. das von demselben herausgegebene Augsburger Interim möglichst nachgiebig sein wollte, auf einer Versammlung in Leipzig bearbeitet hatten. Die Tendenz beider Staatsschriften ging dahin, eine einstweilige Übereinkunft über gewisse Lehren u. Gebräuche zwischen der protestantischen u. katholischen Kirche bis zu einem völligen Vergleich auf der vom Papst versprochenen Kirchenversammlung zu vermitteln. Hiernach wurden Cultus u. Ceremonien für unwesentliche Dinge (Adiaphora) angesehen, die in katholischen u. protestantischen Kirchen angenommen werden könnten, u. zu denen man z.B. Hochaltäre, Lichter, Bilder, Chorhemden, Meßgewänder, lateinische Gesänge, Horen, Vespern u.s.w. rechnete. Die dieser Meinung Melanchthons beitretenden Leipziger u. Wittenberger Theologen, Bugenhagen, Ziegler, Major, wurden daher Adiaphoristen genannt. Dagegen erklärten sich aber mit großer Entschiedenheit die herzoglich sächsischen od. thüringischen Theologen (Gallus, Joh. Wigand, Amsdorf, Westphal etc.). bes. auch weil der gefangene Kurfürst Johann Friedrich seine Freiheit durch Annahme des Interims durchaus nicht gewinnen wollte, u. fanatische Kämpfer, wie Flacius, der von Wittenberg nach Magdeburg ging u. eine Menge Flugschriften gegen Moritz u. Melanchthon veröffentlichte, nannten diese Nachgiebigkeit Verrath an der Lutherischen Kirche. Bei diesem Streite, der 20 Jahre dauerte u. mit großer Heftigkeit geführt wurde, kam es besonders auf die zwei Fragen an, ob das wirklich Adiaphora wären, was Melanchthon dafür ausgegeben hatte, u. ob man in Adiaphoris den Feinden der Wahrheit nachgeben dürfte" (Pierer I, 132). - Enthalte sind folgende Werke: 1. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Scripta quedam papae et monarcharum, de concilio Tridentino, ad cognoscendam veritatem admodum. Basel, (J. Opornius, um 1555). - VD 16, F 1495. - 2. Forma inquisitionis Hispanicae instituta in inferiori Germania. Magdeburg, M. Lotter, 1550. - VD 16, ZV 5970. 3. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Cantio de papa romanaque ecclesia. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter, um 1550]. - VD 16, ZV 28869. 4. Melanchton, Philipp: De rebus adiaphoris. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, E 1673. - 5. Westphal, Joachim: Explicatio generalis sententiae. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, W 2286. - 6. Westphal, Joachim: Brevis comprehensio argumentorum. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, W 2267. - 7. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Epistola apologetica. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, F 1367. - 8. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Contra haereticum dikaeusiastam de dicto Joannis. (Madgeburg, C. Rödinger), [1552]. - VD 16, F 1322. - 9. Strigel, Victorinus: Quaedam scripta theologorum vvirtenbergicorum et Victorini Strigelij, unde liquet, quid illi de ipsius papistica Synergia sentiantur. (Ohne Ort und Drucker), 1564. - Nicht im VD 16. - 10. Wigand, Johann: Collatio de opinione D. Eberi. [Regensburg, H. Geißler, 1563]. - VD 16, W. 2738. - 11. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Demonstrationes evidentissimae XXX praesentiae. Oberursel, Henricus 1565. - VD 16, F 1340. - 12. (Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Ethnica jesuitarum doctrina. Regensburg, Geissler), 1564. - VD 16, F 1368. - Es fehlt das Titelblatt. - 13. Judicus [Richter], Matthaeus: Luctus et testimonia ecclesiae. Eisleben, U. Gaubisch 1565. - Nicht im VD 16. - Ohne Blatt 9 - 20. - - Mit einigen alten hs. Einträgen. Teils etw. fleckig und gebräunt. Vereinzelte hinterlegte Einrisse. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 800 Kl.-8°. Flex. Pgmt. der Zeit (restauriert). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        SUMMA CONCILIORUM ET PONTIFICUM A PETRO

      Andream de Portonariis, Salmanticae 1549 - "SUMMA CONCILIORUM ET PONTIFICUM A PETRO vsq; ad Paulu tertium fuccinete complectens omnia, quae alibi sparsim tradita sunt, Per F, Bartholomaeum Carranzam Miranden Instituti Sancti Dominici Theologiae professorem, regentem in collegio Sancti Grego. in Valle Oletana, nunc denuo per ipsummet recognita." Salamanca, Andrea Portonaris, 1549 En 4ª, 28 h + 681 p + 1 h [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Polyaeni Stratagematvm ad D D. Antoninum & Verum Impp. libri octo, quibus ampliss. foecundissimaque rei militaris doctrina continetur: nunquam antea in lucem editi, ac nuper adeo e Graeco sermone in latinum conuersi. Ivsto Vvlteio² Vuetterano Interprete. Cum Caes. Maiest. gratia & priuilegio ad quinquennium. Basileae, Per Ioannem Oporinum [Basel, Johannes Opporin 1549].

      Basel, Opporin 1549.. 414 Seiten; 1 (weißes) Blatt. Späterer Einband (des 18. Jahrhunderts ?) aus einem recyceltem älteren Pergamentband gefertigt, auf dem Rücken noch schwach eine entfernte ältere Beschriftung zu erahnen, im Stil der Pergamentbände des 17. Jahrhunderts, mit fünf durchgezogenen Pergamentstreifen geheftet, allseitig beschnitten, neuere Vorsätze, handumstochene Kapitalbändchen, sowie handschriftliche Titelei auf dem Rücken. (15,4 x 10,2 cm) Kl.8°.. - Die "Kriegslisten" (Stratagemata) des Polyänus - Schweiger I, 271 ("Diese Übersetzung hat kritischen Werth, da sie aus einem Mscr. gemacht ist."). GG 264 [*4] ("Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen", online: (h t t p : / / w w w .)ub.unibas.ch/cmsdata/spezialkataloge/gg/higg0264.html). OCLC 165479896. VD16 P 4077 und 4078 [beide von der Bayer. Staatsbibl. digitalisierte Expl. mit unterschiedlichen Paginierungsfehlern, im ersten eine Lage verbunden !]. Auf dem vorderen Innendeckel in Tinte von alter Hand: "raro n°", auf dem hinteren Innendeckel unten wird wohl die vorne fehlende Nummer nachgeliefert: "I352", weiter oben alter Eintrag mit Bleistift "Editio princeps". Die unterschiedlichen Paginierungsfehler, in unserem Exemplar wurden die Seiten 259, 262, 266 ff und 330 falsch bezeichnet, im Vergleich zu den digitalisierten Exemplare deuten auf Preßkorrekturen noch während des Ausdruckens hin. Auf unseren Seiten 36 und 37 zwei Randbemerkungen von alter Hand in Tinte, die beim ansonsten sehr geschickten Neubinden angeschnitten wurden. Der Einband mit leichten alters- und Gebrauchsspuren, innen nur lagenweise papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, nicht fleckig. "Erster Druck überhaupt der "Kriegslisten", deren Sammlung der Rhetor Polyaen den Kaisern Antoninus und Verus gewidmet hat; der erste Druck des griechischen Originals erschien erst 1589 in Lyon, von Isaac Casaubon mit unserer Übersetzung zusammen herausgegeben, die ersten italienischen Übersetzungen 1551 und 1552. Der Übersetzer, der Hesse Justus Vulteius aus Wetter (um 1528-1575), studierte, nach Marburger Semestern, seit 1547/48 in Basel, von wo er 1549 auch seine Jugendarbeit seinen Landesfürsten, den Landgrafen Wilhelm und Ludwig von Hessen gewidmet hat. 1550-1560 war er Schulrektor in Wetter, dann Pädagogiarch und Professor für Hebräisch in Marburg. (...) Signatur: Bc VIII 171:1." Recht selten, nur einige Exemplare in Bibliotheken in Basel, Gotha, Wien, Budapest, Freiburg, Stanford, München, Erlangen, Neuburg und Amberg im Netz nachweisbar. Unser Verfasser Polyainos sollte nicht mit dem epikureeischen Philosophen und Mathematiker Polyainos von Lampsakos (um 300 v. Chr.), dem Rhetoriker gleichen Namens der um 60 vor Chr. lebte oder dem Epigrammatiker Iulius Polyainos verwechselt werden, hier irrt stellenweise auch die einschlägige Literatur, bzw. manch geschätzter Kollege. "Polyaenus (fl. ca. 153 A.D.). Strategemata (Basileae: Per Ioannem Operinum), 1549. This ancient Macedonian Greek writer, who lived in Rome, utilized many sources (most now lost), including the Persian Wars and earlier conflicts. It was written in anecdotal format specifically for use by emperors Marcus Aurelius and Lucius Verus, who were fighting the Parthian Wars (162-165 A.D.). Among the many suggestions, Polyeanus wrote, "The General must station lovers, beloveds, and relatives together in the phalanxes in such a manner that they will die for each other." [Morse Department of Special Collections]" ex: (h t t p : / / w w w .)l i b . k-state. e d u /depts/spec/rarebooks/military/ Der Übersetzer Justus Vultejus aus der hessischen Wetterau lebte von 1528 bis 1575, der Drucker des Büchleins Johannes Oporin lebte von 1507 bis 1568. "ein Erstdruck des lateinischen Koran von 1542/43 (der erste gedruckte Koran weltweit) brachte Oporinus in erhebliche Schwierigkeiten." Anmerkungen: [ ] "Polyänus, griech. Rhetor aus dem 2. Jahrh. n. Chr. Schrieb: "Ueber die Kriegslisten", eine für die Kriegsalterthümer nicht unwichtige Schrift (Ausgabe von Korais, Paris 1809)." Quelle: Herders Conversations-Lexikon. Freiburg im Breisgau 1856, Band 4, S. 577. online: (h t t p : / /w w w.)zeno.org/nid/20003474526 "Als Quellen verwendete Polyainos Geschichtsschreiber, ältere Strategemsammlungen und, laut eigener Aussage, eigene Forschung. Der unterschiedliche Wert seiner Quellen führt dazu, dass einige seiner Beispiele fiktiv oder unglaubwürdig sind. Polyainos' Ziel war auch nicht historische Genauigkeit, sondern er wollte Prinzipien erfolgreicher militärischer Führung vermitteln." "Während der Antike kursierten wohl eine Reihe von Schriften mit Strategemsammlungen. Außer der Strategemata sind jedoch nur die Strategeme des Römers Frontinus erhalten geblieben." "Polyainos (auch Polyän, Polyänus oder Polyaenus; * um 100) war ein makedonischer Rhetor, Anwalt und Schriftsteller in Rom." "Polyaenus was a Macedonian, who dedicated his collection of Stratagems (Strategemata) to the Roman emperors Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius, when they set out on a war against the Parthians, in 163 A.D. His intention was to provide the emperors with brief examples of the exploits of earlier generals, which they could imitate in their Parthian war. Some of the material, especially in book 8, seems to added more for entertainment than because of any practical value; it includes hints on such topics as how to woo a tyrant's daughter and how to force your relatives to give you money." "Polyaenus' Greek text was translated into English in 1793 by R.Shepherd, who hoped that the Stratagems would help the generals who were at that time establishing the British Empire in India. Shepherd's translation is antiquated and inaccurate in parts, and therefore many changes have been made in this version of it." [²] "Justus Vultejus (auch: Will; * 1529 in Wetter (Hessen); 31. März 1575 in Marburg) war ein deutscher Pädagoge und Philologe. In Wetter eröffnete er eine Schule, die nachmals berühmte Academiola Wetterana, an der er selbst Rhetorik und Dialektik unterrichtete und den dreisprachigen Unterricht einführte: Pincier lehrte Hebräisch, er selbst Latein und Griechisch; mit solchem Erfolg, dass Absolventen seiner Schule - darunter der spätere Marburger Professor Wigand Orth - als "Graeculi" tituliert wurden. 1560 ging er als leitender Lehrer an das Marburger Pädagogium und wurde 1572 Professor der hebräischen Sprache an der Universität Marburg. Ende März 1575 verunglückte er schwer, als er einem entlaufenen Kapaun nachsprang, und starb wenige Tage später an seinen Kopfverletzungen." "Vultejus: Justus V., tüchtiger Pädagog und Philolog, stammte aus einer angesehenen in Wetter bei Marburg ansässigen Familie und wurde dort um das Jahr 1528 geboren. Seinen Vater verlor er schon früh (1529), die Mutter verheirathete sich dann zum zweiten Male. Nachdem er in der Schule seiner Vaterstadt und später in Dillenburg sich für die Universität vorbereitet hatte, begab er sich (1542) mit seinem älteren Bruder Johannes zum Studium nach Marburg; von hier gingen sie nach Straßburg, wo sie unter Butzers und Sturm's Leitung eifrig arbeiteten. Später finden wir die Brüder in Erfurt, dann in Leipzig und Wittenberg (1546); an letzterem Orte besuchten sie hauptsächlich Melanchthon's Vorlesungen. Infolge der unruhigen Zeiten verließen sie Wittenberg und gingen zunächst nach Zürich. Hier trennten sich dann die Brüder. Justus ging nach Basel, wo er in enge Beziehungen zu Myconius und dem gelehrten Buchdrucker Johannes Oporinus trat. Für letzteren übersetzte er die Varia historia des Aelian nebst den Politieen des Heraklides und die Strategemata des Polyaen in das Lateinische. Doch auch in Basel verweilte er nicht lange: zu seiner Ausbildung unternahm er (1548) weitere Reisen, die ihn nach den Niederlanden, nach Frankreich und der Schweiz führten. Nachdem er in Paris und Lausanne längeren Aufenthalt genommen und die Bekanntschaft Calvin's in Genf gemacht hatte, ging er auf den Wunsch seiner Eltern nach Wetter zurück, wo er die Leitung der Lateinschule übernahm. In kurzer Zeit brachte er diese Anstalt zu solcher Blüthe, daß sogar zahlreiche Studenten von Marburg herüberkamen, um an seinem Unterrichte theilzunehmen. Diese ausgezeichnete Thätigkeit verschaffte ihm im J. 1560 die Stelle eines Pädagogiarchen in Marburg. Auch hier, wo es zunächst galt die heruntergekommene Anstalt wieder zu heben, entfaltete er eine in hohem Maße segensreiche Wirksamkeit und zeichnete sich durch Gelehrsamkeit so aus, daß ihm ...

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        Sammelband mit 5 Werken von Matthias Flacius Illyricus und 8 weiteren theologischen Schriften des 16. Jahrhunderts.

      Diverse Orte und Drucker, 1549 - 1564.. Kl.-8°. Flex. Pgmt. der Zeit (restauriert).. Interessanter Sammelband mit 13 (davon 11 kompletten und 2 inkompletten) Schriften aus der Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts von Matthias Flacius Illyricus, Joachim Westphal, Philipp Melanchton und Johann Wigand zum ersten Adiaphoristenstreit. - "Die Veranlassung zu diesem Streite lag in dem 1548 aufgerichteten Leipziger Interim, welches die kurfürstlichen Theologen, Melanchthon an der Spitze, auf den Wunsch des Kurfürsten Moritz, der gegen den Kaiser u. das von demselben herausgegebene Augsburger Interim möglichst nachgiebig sein wollte, auf einer Versammlung in Leipzig bearbeitet hatten. Die Tendenz beider Staatsschriften ging dahin, eine einstweilige Übereinkunft über gewisse Lehren u. Gebräuche zwischen der protestantischen u. katholischen Kirche bis zu einem völligen Vergleich auf der vom Papst versprochenen Kirchenversammlung zu vermitteln. Hiernach wurden Cultus u. Ceremonien für unwesentliche Dinge (Adiaphora) angesehen, die in katholischen u. protestantischen Kirchen angenommen werden könnten, u. zu denen man z.B. Hochaltäre, Lichter, Bilder, Chorhemden, Meßgewänder, lateinische Gesänge, Horen, Vespern u.s.w. rechnete. Die dieser Meinung Melanchthons beitretenden Leipziger u. Wittenberger Theologen, Bugenhagen, Ziegler, Major, wurden daher Adiaphoristen genannt. Dagegen erklärten sich aber mit großer Entschiedenheit die herzoglich sächsischen od. thüringischen Theologen (Gallus, Joh. Wigand, Amsdorf, Westphal etc.). bes. auch weil der gefangene Kurfürst Johann Friedrich seine Freiheit durch Annahme des Interims durchaus nicht gewinnen wollte, u. fanatische Kämpfer, wie Flacius, der von Wittenberg nach Magdeburg ging u. eine Menge Flugschriften gegen Moritz u. Melanchthon veröffentlichte, nannten diese Nachgiebigkeit Verrath an der Lutherischen Kirche. Bei diesem Streite, der 20 Jahre dauerte u. mit großer Heftigkeit geführt wurde, kam es besonders auf die zwei Fragen an, ob das wirklich Adiaphora wären, was Melanchthon dafür ausgegeben hatte, u. ob man in Adiaphoris den Feinden der Wahrheit nachgeben dürfte" (Pierer I, 132). - Enthalte sind folgende Werke: 1. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Scripta quedam papae et monarcharum, de concilio Tridentino, ad cognoscendam veritatem admodum. Basel, (J. Opornius, um 1555). - VD 16, F 1495. - 2. Forma inquisitionis Hispanicae instituta in inferiori Germania. Magdeburg, M. Lotter, 1550. - VD 16, ZV 5970. 3. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Cantio de papa romanaque ecclesia. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter, um 1550]. - VD 16, ZV 28869. 4. Melanchton, Philipp: De rebus adiaphoris. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, E 1673. - 5. Westphal, Joachim: Explicatio generalis sententiae. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, W 2286. - 6. Westphal, Joachim: Brevis comprehensio argumentorum. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, W 2267. - 7. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Epistola apologetica. [Magdeburg, M. Lotter], 1549. - VD 16, F 1367. - 8. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Contra haereticum dikaeusiastam de dicto Joannis. (Madgeburg, C. Rödinger), [1552]. - VD 16, F 1322. - 9. Strigel, Victorinus: Quaedam scripta theologorum vvirtenbergicorum et Victorini Strigelij, unde liquet, quid illi de ipsius papistica Synergia sentiantur. (Ohne Ort und Drucker), 1564. - Nicht im VD 16. - 10. Wigand, Johann: Collatio de opinione D. Eberi. [Regensburg, H. Geißler, 1563]. - VD 16, W. 2738. - 11. Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Demonstrationes evidentissimae XXX praesentiae. Oberursel, Henricus 1565. - VD 16, F 1340. - 12. (Flacius Illyricus, Matthias: Ethnica jesuitarum doctrina. Regensburg, Geissler), 1564. - VD 16, F 1368. - Es fehlt das Titelblatt. - 13. Judicus [Richter], Matthaeus: Luctus et testimonia ecclesiae. Eisleben, U. Gaubisch 1565. - Nicht im VD 16. - Ohne Blatt 9 - 20. - - Mit einigen alten hs. Einträgen. Teils etw. fleckig und gebräunt. Vereinzelte hinterlegte Einrisse.

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        Antiquitatis monumenta insigna, ex aere, marmoribus, membrani ue ueteribus collecta, per Georgium fabricium cheminicensem

      The first edition of antique Rome was published in Strasbourg in 1549. Oporinus the editor went to call the collection Roma (1550) The antiquities of Rome which formed the second part (in the case of our model). Each part has its own title page in the book Roma. It is possible that the parties were sometimes sold or circulated separately. a second edition of Antiquities was published in 1560 with a different collation (Basel). Brunet II, 1152. Binding contemporary parchment full flaps. Fabricius (1516-1571) wrote several books on Roman (Roma, Basel 1551, a book about the tragedies of Seneca and another on Virgil), he was an influential scholar of his time, a teacher, and also the friend Agricola on which he wrote a book De re metallica. This book on Rome includes different materials, including an exhibition of the Roman calendar with the corresponding zodiacal signs (12 vignettes), a list of the Roman administration for Europe, a survey of various ancient inscriptions and comments. per Ioannem oporinum (johann Oporin) Basilae (Bâle) 1549 in 12 (14,3x9,5cm) 120pp. Un Vol. relié

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