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        De Constitutione Artis Medicae/De Diebus Decretoriis Lieri tres/ De Crisibus Libri Tres ( Edited 1549 !)

      Lugdunum (Lyon) Apud Gulielmum Rouillium ( Sub Scuto Veneto) 1549. Vorliegender Titel ist ein ein Teil des Werkes des berühmten griechischen Philosophen und Arztes Galenos von Pergamon (gelebt um 200 n.Chr.). In der Renaissance, in welcher diese Werke ins Latein übersetzt wurden, hatte man ihn als Claudius Galenus benannt. Das Buch enthält die im Titel angeführten Aufsätze in einem Band. Erschienen von 1549 bis 1552 in Lyon, bei Guliel. Rouillius (Scuta Veneto), offensichtlich eine Tochtergesellschaft eines Venezianischen Verlages. Gebunden in Schweinsleder (vermutlich später 18.Jhdt) , 8x12. Pp. 302, 154 und 192. Einband altersbedingt kleinere Beschädigungen, letze paar Seiten stellenweise stockfleckig (ohne Textbeeinträchtigung), Bezugsteile vom rückwärt. Innendeckel partiell gelöst. Im Hinblick auf das Editionsdatum 1500, noch sehr respektabel erhalten. This is a part of the work of the famous greek philosoph and medicin, Galenos from Pergamon. In the Renaissance, in which this works was translated into Latin, he was named Claudius Galenus. This book contents 3 works in one book, edited between 1549-1552 in Lyon, at G.R., evidently a subsidiary of an venetian publisher. Binding in pigskin, presumable ex 18.century. Binding here an there scuffed, last pages with fox-marks. Regarding to the age (Ed. 1550) respectabel condition. Hard Cover. Good

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung F.Malota Nfg. GmbH]
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        uiri ut sanctissimi, ita multiuaria rerum & diuinarum, & humanarum cognitione clarissimi Opera, quae magna hactenus doctoru uirorum industria, ... inueniri potuerunt ... una cum eorum interpretibus continet. (Hrsg. v. Marcus Hopperus). 2 Tle. in 1 Band. Basel, H. Petri 1549. Fol. 16 Bll., 469 (recte 766) S. 1 Bl.; 2 Bll., 170 num.Bll. mit Holzschn. Titelbord. u. Druckermarke, Ldr. d. 18. Jhdts. mit Rsch. u. reicher Rvg.

      . . VD16 E 4261 - Adams E 1071.- Enth. im 1. Bd.: "De evangelia praeparatione...; De evangelia demonstratione...; De historia ecclesiastica...; De vita Constantini...; De philosophorum circa res naturales et mundi partes dissensione." Im 2. Bd.: "Chronicon Regum, Consulum, Romanorumque Imperatorum...".- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk, tls. etw. gebräunt od. leicht wasserandig, wenige zeitgenöss. Marginalien, Ebd. tls. etw. berieben u. bestoßen; insges. schönes Ex.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Libri sex, de haereticis in genere. D. Optati Afri episcopi quondam Milevitani, libri sex de donatistis.

      Mainz, Franz Behem, 1549.. 2 Teile. (28), 358, (2), (16), 69, (3) SS. Mit 2 (wdh.) Holzschnittdruckermarken. (Beigebunden) II: Ders. De seditionibus libri sex [...]. Ioannis Cochlaei theologi De seditiosis appendix triplex, contra quosdam rebelles huius temporis. Ebd., 1570. (20), 355, (1) SS. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am letzten Bl. verso. (Beigebunden) III: Ders. Opera tria, nunc primum aedita. De legationibus libri quinque. De caeremoniis libri sex. De imaginibus liber unus. Ebd., 1548. 3 Teile. (32), 242, (20), 223, (20), 154, (2) SS. Mit 2 Holzschnittdruckermarken. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 4 Doppelbünden. Spuren von Bindebändern. Folio (222:328 mm).. Jeweils erste (Sammel-)Ausgabe. - Der Rechtsgelehrte Konrad Braun war Mitherausgeber der dritten Kammergerichtsordnung von 1548, seine Schriften befassen sich jedoch vorwiegend mit der Reformation. Braun "trat als Vorkämpfer der katholischen Sache auf. Sein Hauptziel war die Rückführung der Neugläubigen in eine von innen heraus erneuerte Kirche" (NDB II, 556). Die Holzschnitte zeigen das christliche Symbol des Pelikans in der Physiologus-Tradition sowie die Allegorie der Concupiscentia. - Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk (17. Jh.) der Universitätsbibliothek Ingolstadt; hernach in der Londoner Jesuitenbibliothek in der Farm Street ("Writers' Library") mit entspr. Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel. Papier etwas brüchig; einige kl. Randläsuren; Titel etwas fleckig mit kl. Wurmspuren. Der schöne Rollenstempelband (Bogenfries; Salvator, David, Paulus, Johannes; Feldherrnköpfe in Laubstab) etwas berieben; Ecken bestoßen; Gelenke angeplatzt. Ohne das vordere Vorsatzblatt. Insgesamt hübscher Sammelband mit drei seltenen Schriften des württembergisch-bayerischen Juristen und katholischen Humanisten. - I: VD 16, B 7202. BM-STC German 158. IA 123.929. - II: VD 16, B 7209 (und C 4383). BM-STC German 158. IA 123.931. - III: VD 16, B 7204. IA 123.923.

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        Totius Philosophiae Humanae in tres partes, nempe in rationalem, naturalem et moralem, digestio; earundemque partium luculentissima descriptio partim nunc primum in lucem edita.

      Basel bei Joh. Oporin s. d. (um 1549/50) in 8vo (16 x 10 cm). 1 Haupttit. u. 3 Untertit., einspalt. Druck m. Initialen u. Schaubilder in Holzschn. Einschl. Tit.: 8 ungez. Bl., 110 pp, 1 Bl weiß; 143, (1) pp; 139, (1 p w) pp; 2 ungez. Bl Regist. (vor den letzten 3 Bl des Teils III falsch eingebunden). - Zeitgenöss.-gefärbter flex. Pgtbd mit 2 Prager Besitzverm., Vorsatz beschrieben u. Unterstreichungen, unfrisch), sonst wohlerh. - Ein extrem seltener kpl. Philosophiekurs nach der aristotel.-scholast. Methode v. dem Humanisten, Schulrektor u. Arzt (seit 1512 Universität Wittenb.) aus Goldberg in Schlesien (deshalb: Aurimontanus), einem Freund v. Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543). Es geht um Lehrbücher zur Physik, Ethik u. Dialectik des Aristoteles, teils in erweit., teils in EA. Hinter dem Haupttitel ist die 'Empfehlung' (iudicium) des Bischofs Ti(e)demann Giese (1480-1550, vgl. DBE IV 2 - NDB VI 379 - ADB IX 151 ff) vom 16.8.1546 abgedruckt, u. zwar in dessen Eigenschaft als Bischof von Culm (seit 1538) u. noch nicht von Ermland. Die beiden schwärmerischen Widm.epistel gelten Tid. Giese - die erste 'direct hinter' d. 'iudicium' - als Bischof d. 'Ermländ. Kirche' - und dann die ältere Widm. (zu Beginn des opus Teil I) noch als Bischof der Culmer Kirche. Mit seinem Ruf auf den Culmer Stuhl erhiellt Giese gleichzeitig das Coadjutor-Recht in der Nachfolge von Joh. Dantiscus als Bischof von Ermland, was nach dessen Ableben päpstlich am 20.5.1549 bestätigt wurde. Nur ein kurzes Wirken war ihm noch vergönnt. Nach Giese's plötzlich. Ableben am 23.10.1550 wurde er in der Frauenburger Kathedrale beigesetzt, wo sein Freund Kopernikus bereits seit 7 Jahren beigesetzt war. So sind sie im Tod wieder vereint. - Der Autor siedelte nach seiner mediz. Promotion 1513 nach Thorn, wo er ab 1515 als Arzt wirkte u. - auch an neuem Platz - seinen alten pädag. Interessen treu blieb. Ohne Tide. Giese wäre die vorliegende Gesamtpublikation nicht zustande gekommen.-.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Remigius]
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        De Primis Apud Rhetorem exercitationibus praeceptiones Petri Mosellani in studiosoru[m] usum comparatae.

      Augustae Vindelicorum [Augsburg] Ulhardus (1549).. 16 x 11 cm. [47] Bl. Mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung und Holzschnitt-Initialen. Älterer Pappband unter Verwendung eines Pergamentmanuskriptes. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Papierfehler im unbedruckten Rand des Bl. F3. Längerer Einriss des Titelblattes sachgerecht restauriert.. VD16 S2170. Lagenkollation: A8-F8 (ohne F8). Ohne das letzte Blatt, das aber wohl unbedruckt war. Das Digitalisat der BSB München entspricht dem vorliegenden Exemplar, obwohl der Katalogeintrag [48] Bl. nennt. Das Exemplar der Bibliotheca Palatina (F2072) nennt [47] Bl., [1] S. Posthumer Druck dieses Schulbuches. Petrus Mosellanus (eig. Peter Schade), Humanist u. Übersetzer, * 1493 in Bruttig/Mosel 19.4. 1524 in Leipzig war ein Humanist, Philologe und römisch-katholischer Theologe. Mosellanus studierte von 1509 bis 1511 in Köln, 1515 immatrikulierte er sich an der Universität Leipzig (1519 Magisters artium, 1523 promovierte er zum Sententiarius). Seit 1517 war er Professor für griechische Sprache, in den Sommersemestern 1520 und 1523 Rektor der Universität.Mit dem Wittenberger Theologen Philipp Melanchthon, den Mosellanus im August 1518 kennenlernte, entwickelte sich über die Jahre eine tiefe Freundschaft. 1519 hielt Mosellanus die Eröffnungsrede zu der von ihm veranstalteten Leipziger Disputation zwischen dem katholischen Theologen Johannes Eck und den Reformatoren um Martin Luther und Andreas Bodenstein. Sein Versuch zwischen den Streitparteien zu vermitteln, scheiterte. Melanchthon war bei seinem Tode zugegen; er schrieb tief betrübt: "Sein Tod ist ein schwerer Verlust für die Wissenschaft, denn seine Gaben waren ganz außerordentlich" (ADB).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Fritzen]
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        De Diuinis, Apostolicis, atqve ecclesiasticis Traditionibus, deque authoritate ac vi earum sacrosancta, adjertiones ceu libri decem: in quibus ferè universa Ecclesia antiquitas circa dogmata Apostolica orthodoxe elucidatur.

      Parisiis, apud Poncetum Le Preux, 1549. - in-12. 8ff. 312ff.ch. Plein veau brun du XVIIs. (restauré). Première édition in-12 parue simultanément avec celle de Cologne, in-folio. C'est un traité sur les rites et les traditions au sein de l'Eglise, dont voici le titre de quelques chapitres: "De Venera Reliquiarum", "Traditio de Exorcismis", "De Imaginibus", "De Traditione Jeiuniorum", "De Ciborum delectu", etc. Belle exécution typographique due à René Avril (qui exerça de 1544 à 1553), pour le grand imprimeur-libraire Poncet Le Preux. Mouillures au début du volume, trous de ver dans la marge d'une quinzaine de feuillets, touchant légèrement quelques caractères. Palau, t.VI, p.79 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Grobianus und Grobiana. Von unfletigen, groben, unhöflichen sitten und Bäuwerisch gebärden. Erstmals im Latein beschrieben, Jetzund aber auffs artlichst und lustigst in künstliche Reimen gestellt ... mit sondermm fleiß gemehrt, und von newem zugericht. Durch Wendelinum Hellbachium. Frankfurt a. M., Egenolff Erben 1586. 247 (recte 248) num. Bll., mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette v. V. Solis u. 4 (wdhl.) Textholzschnitten, Prgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD16 D 404 - Goedeke II, 456-57, 4 - IA 150.959 - Hayn-G. IX, 121.- Dritte Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung.- Dedekinds deftige Satire auf die Unsitten seiner Zeit, namengebend für den Grobianus, erschien erstmals 1549 auf Latein; 1551 brachte Caspar Scheidt die erste deutsche Ausgabe heraus. Vorliegende Überstzung von Wendelin Hellbach, in paarweis gereimten Versen, erschien erstmals 1567.- "Dedekinds ,Grobianus' ist eine deftige Satire. Das getreue Bild, das sie in den studentischen Bräuchen, die damals an den deutschen Universitäten gang und gäbe waren, zu zeichnen versucht, soll den Abscheu des Lesers erregen und ihn so zum Besseren ermahnen. Die Sprache mit ihren häufigen Anklängen an antike Autoren verrät die gediegene literarische Bildung Dedekinds" (KLL).- Die Textholzschnitte zeigen ein Saufgelage.- Titel fleckig u. mit Randläsuren, tls. größerer Braunfleck im unteren Rand, tlw. kl. Wurmgang u. etw. wasserfleckig, Ebd. fleckig, Rücken mit fachm. ergänzt. Stelle.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Noctes atticae. Accesserunt eruditissimi viri Petri Mosellani in easdem perdoctae adnotationes

      Köln, Martin Gymnich. 1549.. 8°. 24 n.n. Bl. 782 S., Mit hübscher Druckervignette auf dem Titel. Blindgepräger Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Rollstempelverzierung und geprgätem Mittelstück.. VD 16 G 1042. - Benzing 226,36. - Einzige Ausgabe der "Attischen Nächte" bei Martin Gymnich, dessen Tätigkeit als Drucker von 1542 bis zu seinem Tod im Jahre 1551 nachgewiesen ist. - Von Petrus Mosellanus, eigentlich Peter Schad (1493 - 1524) bearbeitet Ausgabe. Aulus Gellius wirkte als Jurist für längere Zeit in Attika, wo er wohl aus Mangel an anderen Tätigkeiten Notizen über Begegnungen, Gespräche und Bücher anfertigte. In 20 Kapiteln, wovon sich 19 erhalten haben, beschreibt er rechtliche, philosophische, grammatikalische, geometrische und andere Probleme. Gellius erwähnt dabei viele verloren gegangene Texte der Antike. - Papier durchgehend gleichmässig gebräunt. Handschriftliche Besitzvermerke auf dem Vorsatz und Titel. Die ursprünglichen Metallschliessen fehlen. Vorderdeckel etwas fleckig. (Sprache: Lateinisch)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Daniel Thierstein]
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        Sacra Biblia, das ist: Die gantze Heilige Schrifft Alten und Neuen Testaments: Nach der letzten Römischen Edition, mit Fleiß übersetzet durch den ehrwürdigen und hochgelehrten Herrn Casparum Ulenbergium. 2 Bände. Wien, Georg Lehmann 1734. Fol. 32 Bll., 642 S.; 280 S., 244 S., mit gest. Titel. u. 25 Kupfertafeln, Ldr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rvg.

      . . ADB XXXIX, 181 f.- Vierte Ausgabe der geschätzten katholischen Bibleübersetzung des Konvertiten Kaspar Ulenberg (1549/72-1617) mit der Vorrede von Georg Lehmann. Zweispaltiger Bibeldruck, typogr. Titel in rot u. schwarz.- "Diese sehr verdienstvolle Arbeit, welche Ulenberg im Auftrag des Kurfürsten Ferdinand von Köln im October 1614 begann,... übertraf bei Weitem alle bisherigen katholischen Übersetzungen, sowohl durch größere Correctheit wie durch Sprachgewandtheit und fand daher bis in unser Jahrhundert als eigentliche Bibel der Katholiken sehr große Verbreitung (Wetzer-W. XII, 188).- Die Kupfertafeln gestochen v. E. Nunzer mit Heiligendarstellungen (Moses, Aaron, Samuel, Hiob, David, Esaias, Jeremias, Matthaeus, Johannes, Paulus. Petrus, u.a.).- Tls. etw. braunfleckig, wenige Bll. mit kl. Randläsuren, 1 Zwischentit. mit geklebt. Einriss, Ebde. etw. bestoßen, 1 Rückengelenk leicht eingerissen, Rsch. besch, insges. dekoratives Ex.

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        Primi de Stirpium historia comentariorum tomi vivae Imagines...

      1549. Basileae, Isingrin, 1549. 8vo (165 x 105mm). pp. (16), 516, with woodcut printer's device on titlepage and 516 full page woodcuts, leaves ruled in red, with contemporary annotations in the outer margin. Contemporary calf, sides with blind ruled borderlines and fleurons at corners and central gilt ornaments, later rebacking. The second Isingrin 8vo.-edition. The smaller woodcuts are copies after the original folio-edition "De Historia Stirpium" of 1542 also published by Isingrin. More than 500 plants are depicted, some of which are the first figures of certain American plants. In this edition no accompanying text was published, the plants are depicted full-page with German and Latin names only. The reduced woodcuts are much bigger and refined than the reduced woodcuts of the Lyon editions printed by Arnoullet. The woodcuts of the present 8vo edition by Isingrin have the same elegance and refinement as the large woodcuts of the editio princeps. The small format made the book suitable to carry in the fields for plant identification. Ownership inscription erased from title, later endpapers. The copy is preserved in a modern slipcase. Provenance: Signature on title of Joannes Dueil. Nissen BBI, 661, Hunt 63..

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk]
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        Wundt und Leibartznei, die gantze Chirurgei belangend, in sorglichen, heymlichen und offenen, auch frantzösischen Schäden und Heylungen, wider den irrigen brauch der unerfarnen Wund und Frantzosen ärtzet. Dabei von Aufziehu(n)g der Fünften Wesenheyt,... auß bewerten stucken der Artzenei, in wunderbarer heylung Leiblicher gebrechen, durch... Raimundus Lullius. Frankfurt, Ch. Egenolf Erben 1561. 8 Bll., 191 num.Bll., mit 3 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten, Prgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD 16, P 457 - STC 138 - Sudhoff 40 - vgl. Waller 7109 (Ausg. 1549) u. Wellcome I, 4738 (Ausg. 1555) - nicht in Adams u. Durling.- 6. Ausgabe des erstmals 1536 bei Steiner in Augsburg als "Große Wundarznei" erschienen Werkes. "His Chirurgia magna attained many editions and translations" (Garrison.M. 5561).- Durchgehend gebräunt u. meist wasserrandig, tls. etw. fleckig u. mit kl. Wurmgängen, ca. 8 Bll. mit ergänzdem Eckabriß, Ebd. stärker fleckig.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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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.

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        Opera Thomae a Campis, cognomento Malleoli ( ). Quibus hac editione accesserunt aliquot tractatus ad vitae spiritualis perfectionem mirum in modum facientes ( ).

      Parisiis, apud Ioannem Roigny [Jean de Roigny], 1549.. 2 parties reliees en un volume in folio, veau brun de l'epoque, dos a nerfs, plats ornes a froid d'un double jeu de filets gras et petits fleurons d'angles, tranches rouges (reliure frottee, qqs petits manques de cuir, qqs aureoles claires au titre), (11), 5, 202, (2), 82 f., texte sur deux colonnes, vignette a la marque de l'imprimeur sur le titre, lettrines. Bonne edition augmentee, etablie par Josse Bade et Gabriel Dupuiherbault (Putherbeus), un habitue des ateliers de Jean de Roigny, des oeuvres du mystique allemand Thomas Hemerken dit a Kempis, l'auteur presume de l' 'Imitation de Jesus-Christ'. La vignette de titre sur bois represente une presse de la Renaissance en activite, marque de Jean de Roigny qui epousa la fille de Josse Bade. La premiere partie reproduit l'edition de 1523 donnee par Josse Bade; la deuxieme contient des ouvrages ajoutes par le nouvel editeur Gabriel Dupuiherbault : 'Sermonum et exhortationum Joannis Tritemii libri II' - 'De disciplina monastica libellus ex IV tractatulis D. Bernardi compositus' - 'De vita spirituali D. Vincentii libellus' - 'Impedimenta ad perfectionem contendentibus occurentia' - 'Scala graduum perfectionis' - 'Regulae II sive fraternitas discipulorum Christi'. (Adams, I, K.15). Ex-libris manuscrit au titre. Bon etat interieur..

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        LA SEGUNDA PARTE DEL LIBRO LLAMAD MONTE CALVARIO. Compuesto por. Tracta el Auctor en este libro de las siete palabras, que nustro redemptor Jesu Christo dixo en el arbol de la cruz.

      Juan de Villaquirán, (a costa de Sebastián Martínez), 11 de enero 1549., Valladolid - 17.5x24.3. 1h. blanca, 8h. 184 folios, 1h. blanca. Portada a 2 tintas, con adornos xilográficos, algo estrecho de margen. La primera página de cada de las siete partes, está decorada con hermosas orlas xilográficas (todas afeitadas menos la 1ª). Letra gótica, a 2 columnas, con iniciales xilografiados. Algunas notas marginales, subrayados, y unas 5 palabras tachadas, en letra antigua. Esta edición no se encuentra en los fondos ni de la Biblioteca Nacional, ni la British Library, ni la Bibliothèque Nationale y se publicó varios meses antes de las primeras que cita Simón Díaz (XI 3114 / 3115). El CCPB (000455909) cita un ejemplar incompleto en la Bibl. Pública de Cáceres, que, por la descripción podría corresponder a esta edición. Sin embargo, citan una edición (000012498 con 3 ejemplares en el Palacio Real y las Universidades de Barcelona y Salamanca, con el año 1543. Este año de impresión nos parece falso por dos razones: supondría que esta segunda parte se publicó dos años antes de la primera. Pero, quizás más importante es la consideración que este era un libro de enorme popularidad en su momento: a partir de la publicación de esta ed. que ofrecemos aquí, hubo otras 4 eds. en el espacio de dos años, cosa que hace bastante improbable una sola y aislada ed. seis años antes. Palau 110365. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Histoire des Plantes de M. Leonhart Fuschsius, avec les noms Grecs, Latins & Fracoys, augmentée de plusieurs portraicts avec unng extratit de leurs vertus… des plus excellens autheurs. Nouvellement traduict en francoys

      Paris: : La veufue Arnold Byrkman, , 1549.. Full Vellum. Very Good. 8vo. (16.4 x 10 cm) Bound in 17th century vellum with period endpapers. Collation: viii [16], 1-520 p. (p.387/388 supplied in facsimile). Includes 519 woodblock prints. Small circular institutional stamp (Maison de Poesis Fondation Blemont) on title page and several other pages, ca. 3 more. All 517 woodcuts have images with early coloring, many of the roots left uncolored. The plants depicted on facsimile pages in modern color. Text and plates generally good with occasional foxing spot. There was some tight trimming when the book was rebound that shaves close to text at the fore edge of several pages without apparent loss. & This is a very rare copy made even more so with any coloring of woodcut images. Each page has a woodblock of the plant toward the gutter and text at the fore edge. However, because of prior trimming portions of letters on the fore edge are slightly affected. The text, however, is present and readable. There is ink marginalia in Index (iiii) which corrects errors in assigned pages for several plants and corrections of page numbers for p. 330, 331, 334, 335, 340, 348, 349, and 352. Three plants (517,518,519) not depicted in any of the Basel editions. This is only 8vo. Illustrated edition with a French translation with format of “three additional plants and much-abridged text (placed in the margins next to the figures) dealing with the medicinal properties (extraict de leurs vertuz) of the plants.” (Meyer). Only two libraries listed in OCLC holding this title. &

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        Corpus Juris Civilis. Digestorum sev Pandectarum tomus alter, quod vulgo Digestum Infortiarum appellitant, sexcentis locis Antonii Augustini beneficio restitutus

      Parisiis: Carolam Guillard, Claudii Cheuallonii, Gulielmum Desbois, 1549 Corpus Juris Civilis Pandectae - 2 volumes dated 1549 and 1550 - translated by Antonio Agustin (1516-1586). In full leather bindings - with contemporary boards and newer spines with raised bands and title/volume labels. Title to Vol 2: Digestorum sev pandectarum tomus tertius quod uulgo digestum nouum appellant: amenationibus Antonii Augustini restitutus, scholusque illustratus. Although the 2 volumes are labelled 1 and 2 this suggests that these are volumes 1 and III from the extremely rare 3 volume Paris set published between 1548 and 1550. Both volumes have decorative title pages. The work has some decorative initial capitals; delicate hand ruling in red and the text printed in columns with printed marginal notes and insets, some of which are in greek. Vol I pp [40] 2943; 'Vol II' pp [38] 2754. The front board to Vol I appears contemporary but has lost the gilt device to the centre of the board and the gilt tooling present on the other 3 boards. The boards have wear to corners with loss of leather at edges - particularly the back board of Vol I. Internally the contents are in very good clean condition. The first page of Vol I has a small paper tab attached. There is some light damp staining to the extreme margins of some pages; a new leaf bound in at the start of 'Vol II' and a little nibbling to the bottom edge of the title and subsequent page of 'Vol II'. There is some pencil marking and annotation to the inside of the front boards.

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        Emblemas de Alciato. Traducidos en rhimas españolas por Bernardino Daza Pinciano

      [Lyon, por Mathia Bonhome, 1549]. 4to. menor; ejemplar falto de portada, 256 pp., 3 hs. Faltan las siguientes páginas: 21/22 (emblemas 3 y 4), 67/68 (emblemas 45 y 46), 113/114 (emblemas 83 y 84), 119/120 (emblemas 89 y 90); Segunda Parte: 175/176 (emblemas 21 y 22), 183/184 (emblemas 28 y 29), 241-246 (emblemas 82 a 87), 251-254 (emblemas 92 a 95). Encuadernación del siglo XIX en media piel.

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        DE HISTORIA STIRPIUM COMMENTARII INSIGNES

      Apud Balthazarem Arnolletum, Lvgdvni 1549 - An Early Fuchs Herbal, in Glorious Condition, with More than 500 Botanical Cuts in Contemporary Color. 165 x 108 mm (6 1/2 x 4 1/4"). 16 p.l. (the last blank), 852 pp., [6] leaves. Second Lyon Edition. Excellent 17th century calf, double gilt fillet border on covers, raised bands (expertly rebacked, preserving most of the original attractively gilt backstrip). Woodcut printer's device, portrait, and IN EXCESS OF 500 WOODCUT BOTANICAL ILLUSTRATIONS, ALL COLORED BY A CONTEMPORARY HAND. Endpapers with bookplates of A. D. Stodeur, M.D., and the Horticultural Society of New York (Bequest of Kenneth Mackenzie, 1934); title page with mostly removed ink inscription in a contemporary hand; margin of bb7 with remnants of 17th or 18th century ink signature; e4 with light embossed stamp of the Horticultural Society. Nissen, BBI 557; Hunt 61; Adams F-1102; Mortimer 240. Leather a little crackled, neat repairs to title page and margins of two other leaves (no loss), isolated rust spots or light foxing, occasional faint offsetting from colors, but A REMARKABLY FINE COPY, unusually clean and fresh internally (for any 16th century book and particularly for an herbal), and in a solid binding with no significant wear. This is an historically significant early octavo edition of Fuchs' celebrated herbal, published seven years after the work first appeared, offered here with unusually careful contemporary hand coloring and in almost amazing condition. Professor of medicine at Tübingen, Fuchs (1501-66), sets out in this work to improve the knowledge of materia medica by showing the largest possible number of plants useful as drugs and herbs. Specifically, he describes 400 German and 100 foreign plants and illustrates them with more than 500 woodcuts. Our scholarly author draws heavily on classical learning in his text, but he also uses his knowledge of the northwestern European species and even American plants like maize (the fuchsia, when it was brought from America, was named after him). He expresses a keen appreciation for the beauties of nature, and he is enough of a true botanist to describe the characteristics of plants, their habits, habitats, and forms. It is this work that makes Fuchs one of the founders of botany (along with Bock and Brunfels), a science that had virtually stood still since Dioscorides. The clearest aspect of modernity in the work is seen in the woodcuts, based on firsthand observation of the living plant and establishing a standard of plant illustration which has been followed down to the present. Ours is the scarce second Lyon edition, distinctive as the first printing of a smaller version of the woodcuts used in the first edition, issued in 1542 in Basel. The early folio editions are among the great illustrated books of the period, and even the small woodcuts here are detailed and delicate. In the present copy, the coloring has been done with deftness and care, and the results are gratifyingly attractive. The small editions of these works would have been used in the field, the kitchen, and the apothecary shop, where they would have encountered hazards from dirt, damp, spills, and burns. To find a copy like the present one, with no such signs of use, is extremely fortunate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Emblemas de Alciato. Traducidos en rhimas españolas por Bernardino Daza Pinciano.

      [Lyon, por Mathia Bonhome, 1549]. - 4to. menor; ejemplar falto de portada, 256 pp., 3 hs. Faltan las siguientes páginas: 21/22 (emblemas 3 y 4), 67/68 (emblemas 45 y 46), 113/114 (emblemas 83 y 84), 119/120 (emblemas 89 y 90); Segunda Parte: 175/176 (emblemas 21 y 22), 183/184 (emblemas 28 y 29), 241-246 (emblemas 82 a 87), 251-254 (emblemas 92 a 95). Encuadernación del siglo XIX en media piel.

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        LAS TREZIENTAS D´EL FAMOSISSIMO POETA IVAN DE MENA, GLOSADAS POR FERNAN NUÑEZ, COMENDADOR DELA ORDEN DE SANTIAGO. OTRAS XXIII COPLAS SUYAS CON SU GLOSA

      En casa de Iuan Steelsio, Anvers 1549 - En la primera página se dice que el libro incluye ¿La Coronación, compuesta y glosada por el dicho Juan de Mena¿, y el ¿Tratado de vicios y virtudes, con otras Cartas y Coplas y Canciones suyas¿, pero faltan; y como el índice o ¿Tabla de todas las coplas¿ que figura a continuación del Privilegio y la Dedicatoria alcanza hasta la página 830, y el ejemplar que ofrecemos sólo tiene 608, y como está perfectamente encuadernado de época sin que se le advierta falta de página alguna, es de suponer que la obra se encuadernó en dos tomos y que este es el primero, en el que figuran completas las Trescientas y las XXIII con sus correspondientes glosas. Palau dice que esta edición pasa por ser la mejor por el cuidado de sus textos. Ejemplar con márgenes anchos y en muy buen estado. ¿ 608 pp 14 h [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Epistolarum medicinalium libri uiginti denuo nunc ad autographum haud sine fructu collati et editi

      Basel: Michele Insingrino, 1549 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (340 x 223 mm). [24], 603, [3] pp. Engraved printer&#39;s device on title and final page, pictorial woodcut initials. Contemporary vellum with reinforced corners and spine (soiled and browned), marginal damp staining to text, title slightly browned with tear to lower margin, purple stain in the lower margin of the first pages, author&#39;s name in manuscript to spine, marginal annotations in old hand to a few pages. Provenance: Ignazio Carapezza, Petralia (with his ink stamp to first blank and lower corners of title and some pages). A good, broad margined copy printed on strong paper. --- <br><br> Bibliotheca Osleriana, 3316 ; not in Sabin, Harrisse, Church, or J. C. Brown. - The first six books were originally published in Ferrara in 1521, the work was expanded by the author several times, the final version with 20 books first appearing in 1540. Manardus was among the most prominent Italian physicians of the 17th century..

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        Catvllvs, Tibvllvs, Propertivs. His Accessee Rvnt Corn. Galli Fragmenta. (Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius Poems & Fragments | Latin Text | Post-Incunabula | Opera (poems))

      Venetiis [Venice]: Apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1549. Late 19th century paper vellum binding with leather label with gilt lettering. Small 8vo. 143 pages. The label is worn and there is general scuffing from handing and age. Light wear. Endpapers date from this binding. Title page is soiled with previous owner&#39;s name and date at the top. An old ink writting at the bottom of the title page. Slight spotting throughout. Overall in VERY GOOD condition. Rare. Photos available upon request. CATULLUS, TIBULLUS, and PROPERTIUS: These three first century B.C. poets, like Ovid, were very popular in the Renaissance, and have always been grouped together since the 1472 first edition of Wendelin of Speyer. The manuscript tradition of all three is poor, and Catullus had only recently been rediscovered (in 1375) in a single corrupt manuscript which has since perished. The loss of this manuscript makes the early printed editions all the more valuable. Aldus&#39;s edition was edited by Girolamo Avanzi, a young scholar who had made a name for himself in Catullus studies. The edition was far superior to its predecessors, and this together with its unusually large press run of three thousand copies ensured its influence on the text of Catullus for many years.. Full Vellum. Very Good. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Hardcover.

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        La bataglia taliano composta da M. Mathias fiamengo, maestro di capella del duomo di Milano, con alcune villotte piacevole... a quatro voci. [Altus and bassus parts]

      Venice: Antonio Gardano. 1549. 2 volumes. Oblong quarto. Altus and bassus parts, each consisting of 1f. (recto title with pictorial woodcut printer&#39;s device depicting a lion and a bear, verso publisher&#39;s dedication to Alessandro Zamberti), 25 pp. music typeset in diamond-head notation, with index to lower portion of final page of music, [1] (blank). Text in Italian. & & Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884-1974).& & Slightly worn and stained; occasional foxing. Later plain paper wrappers with titling in manuscript to uppers, provenance stamp to lower of bassus part. . First separate edition. RISM M1404 (one complete copy only, in Germany; no copies of any parts in the U.S.). First published in the collection entitled Guter, Seltzamer, und künstreicher teutscher Gesang (Nürnberg, J. Petreius, 1544). RISM 1544/19. & & Werrecore succeeded Gaffurius as maestro di capella of Milan Cathedral on July 3, 1522. His "most famous work was the four-voice Bataglia taliana, celebrating the defeat of France at the Battle of Pavia (1525) which ensured Milan&#146;s independence. It was first published in Nuremberg with the German title Die Schlacht vor Pavia and the note: &#145;Matthias Herman Verecorensis, who was himself in the line of battle and witnessed the worst miseries, composed this on the way&#146;." Pier Paolo Scattolin in Grove online& & The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music, with hundreds of items dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

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        Ein Gesprechbüchlein zweyer schüler, Wie einer den andern im zierlichen schreyben untherweyst

      Nuremberg: Johann Petrus, 1549. Quarto. (20)ff. First edition. The book opens with a wood-engraved title and is illustrated with a folding plate of a calligraphic alphabet, as well as numerous calligraphic illustrations in the text. This is the first edition of the first comprehensive textbook for the art of calligraphy. It was developed in Germany during the time of Durer. Johann Neudörffer (1497-1563), the elder, was a great Nuremberg writing master. He was the founder of German calligraphy and considered the most important and most influential German calligrapher of his time. Neudörffer originally wrote the Gestprechbuchlein for his son and namesake, but his brother-in-law, the printer Johann Pertrus, explains in his preface that he persuaded Neudörffer to let it be published. The text is in the form of seven dialogues between the master, Neudörffer, and his pupil, Stephan, with a summary of the rules of calligraphy on the last pages of text. The letter samples are in Fraktur, and woodcuts are used for the pen preparation illustrations. Minor repair to folding plate, some minor staining, else fine in black morocco with a slipcase. Bookplate to front paste-down and small booklabel on rear paste-down.

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        Lexicon Iuris Civilis per C.U.D. Iac. Spegelium, Postremo Auctum

      1549. [Spiegel, Jakob (Jacobus) (1483-c.1547)]. [Oldendorp, Johannes (1487-1567), And Others]. Lexicon Iuris Civilis per C.U.D. Iac. Spegelium, Postremo Auctum & Recognitum. Basel: Apud Ioan. Hervagium, 1549. Main text printed in double columns. [357] ff., 420 cols., [4] ff. Folio (12" x 8"). Mid-seventeenth-century French (?) vellum, painted with diagonal black-ink lines at corners within a mitered black-ink border, leaving a central lozenge shape in which is inked an oval centered with a blindstamped stylized pomegranate, raised bands, calf lettering piece, blind-stamped fleur-de-lys, inked fillets and stylized crown-like floral ornaments to spine, colored edges, marbled endpapers, ribbon marker. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to ends of front joint, corners bumped, front hinge cracked. Attractive woodcut pictorial title page. Light toning, title dusty with a few small stains, dampstaining to margins of first few leaves, occasional worming to margins with no damage to text, a few notes to margins of second part in a slightly later hand. A desirable copy of an important title. * Third edition (stated). Spiegel was a lawyer, a privy counselor to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and a notable humanist scholar who corresponded with Erasmus. The Lexicon Iuris Civilis, a dictionary of terms in Roman and canon law, is his best and most successful work. It went through twelve editions, the first in 1538, the last in 1577. The entries are rather brief, ranging from a sentence to a few paragraphs, and they contain references to examples in the Roman juristic literature. The second part of the work, Quae Lexico Huic Postrema Editione Recens Accessere, contains additional texts. It starts with a work entitled "In Verba Legum XII Tabularum Scholia," an edition of the Twelve Tables by Oldendorp, and is followed by several other texts by Oldenburg and Spiegel. Also appearing for the first time is the comprehensive addendum, which includes a commentary on aspects of Oldendorp&#39;s contemporary dictionary, De Copia Verborum. There are also pieces by Protestant leader Philip Melanchton ("Oratio de Scripto Iure, & Dignitate Veterum Interpretum Iuris&#39;, &#39;Romanum Ius Antecerere Legibus Aliarum Gentium&#39;,

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        Herodiani de imperatorvm / imperatorum romanmorum praeclare gestis, Graeci & latini. Et propter prima discentium linguas studia, ita disposuimus ut graeca latinis è regione exacte per omnia respondeant. libri VIII

      Basel / Basileae: Henrichum Petri / Heinrich Peters. 1549. Hardcover. Good. 1549 edition of Herodian&#39;s history. 8vo, old 17th century leather boards with late 19th century black leather spine, pp. (30), blank sheet, 648 including colophon woodcut tailpiece, 8 pp. of Angeli Politiani at rear, oddly bound in, out of order and interpersed between pp. 642-647. Good condition with rounding to corners, some wear to spine including chipping and loss to spine head, ex-library marks (number on spine) - perforated stamp on title page, small ink stamp on first page, light occasional dampstaining to pages and minor stain to bottom edge of text block but text is very good and clean, printed in double columns of Greek and Latin. RARE with only a scant handful of copies in OCLC. Herodian of Syria (170- 240 AD) was a minor Roman civil servant who wrote a colourful history in Greek titled History of the Empire from the Death of Marcus in eight books covering the years 180 to 238. His work is not entirely reliable although his relatively unbiased account of Elagabalus is more useful than that of Cassius Dio. He was a Greek (perhaps from Antioch) who appears to have lived for a considerable period of time in Rome, but possibly without holding any public office. From his extant work, we gather that he was still living at an advanced age during the reign of Gordianus III, who ascended the throne in 238. Beyond this, nothing is known of his life.

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        De Nauigatione | LIBRI TRES | Quibus Mathematicae disci- | plinae explicantur

      - ab Iacobo | à Saa Equite Lusitano nuper | in lucem editij. | PARISIIS. | Ex officina Reginaldi Cal- | derij, & Claudij | eius filij. | 1549. | Cum priuilegio Regis. | In 8º (17x11 cm) com 106 fólios. Encadernação da época em pergaminho flexível com atilhos. Ilustrado no texto com a figura de um quadrante (com um horizonte e ponteiro móvel, tipo pop-up) para leitura da elevação da estrela polar; figuras geométricas para o estudo da esfera terrestre; e um diagrama de dimensões. Mágnifico frontispício decorativo com os mesmos motivos alegóricos do exemplar prsente na Biblioteca da FCUP, excepto tratar-se da variante encimada pelas armas do rei de França (versão da FCUP encimada com as armas do rei de Portugal. Leite de Faria 455. Duarte de Sousa 1, 67. Fontoura da Costa, Bibliografia Náutica Portuguesa até 1700, nº 188 A. Cat. Reser. Da Biblio. Geral da Universidade de Coimbra, n.º 2147. [EN] Binding: contemporary flexible parchment. Illustrated with a motion astrolabe (as modern pop-up stile with a movable part); and geometrical figures illustrating measurements of the globe. Superb decorative frontispiece with the same allegorical motifs of the copy at the Library of FCUP, except thatthis one is the variant surmounted by the shield of the King of France (version at FCUP surmounted with the shield of the King of Portugal). A mathematical, astronomical and navigational science book on commentary - and opposing the theories - of the great mathematician Pedro Nunes. Barbosa Machado I, 693: 'DIOGO DE SAÁ taõ illustre por nascimento, como insigne nas Faculdades da Theologia, Jurisprudencia, e Mathematica, e ainda muito mais pelas acçoens militares, que obrou o seu valeroso braço em todo o Oriente no dilatado espaço de doze annos. Ao seu intrepido valor he acredora a memoravel victoria, que em Chaul no anno de 1528. alcançaraõ vinte Galeotas Portuguezas de setenta e tres Paraos de Cambaya sendo elle o que alcançou o premio proposto pelo nosso General ao primeiro que investisse aos inimigos. Com a morte que a sua triunfante espada deu no 1. de Abril de 1529. ao General Alixà que governava dez mil combatentes em a Praça de Baçaim facilitou a sua conquista com o desigual numero de trezentos Portuguezes. Neste anno foy deputado para celebrar pazes com elRey de Adem, de cujas condiçoens se seguiraõ grandes conveniencias ao Estado. Ainda na Ilha de Beth chamada dos Mortos pelos innumeraveis que o ferro Portuguez sacrificou a 2. de Fevereiro de 1531. à sua vingança, permanecem as memorias do seu magnanimo coraçaõ. Por sua industria foraõ em Choromandel abrazadas duas Cidades, e rendidas doze Náos de Mouros que infestavaõ os nossos portos. Este continuado exercicio da guerra lhe naõ interrompeo o comercio das letras de que era insigne professor unindo na sua pessoa Marte com Apolo, e Bellona com Minerva. Foy profundo Jurisconsulto, e muito perito nas disciplinas Mathematicas, principalmente em a Nautica, de cuja sciencia lhe ensinou muitos segredos a experiencia. Teve de sua consorte descendencia, que naõ degenerou de seu natural valor, a qual deixou abundante dos bens da fortuna, que com elle largamente repartira. Fazem illustre memoria do seu nome Joan. Soar. de Brit. Theatr. Lusit. Litterat. Lit. J. n. 2. ex familia praeclara, et vetusta miles egregius, et quod rarum est, in omni praeterea Litterarum genere instructus. Joaõ Pinto Ribeiro Prefer. Das letr. as Arm. Valer. And. Taxand. de clar. Hisp. Script. Draud in Bib. classic. Ant. De Leaõ Bib. Naut. Tit. 3. Georg. Math. Konig. Bib. Vet. & Nov. pag. 693. 711. col. 2. Leytaõ Not. Chronol. da Universid. de Coimbra pag. 508. n. 1092. Compoz. De Navigatione libri tres. Parisiis apud Raynaldum Calderium. 1549. 8. Escreveo este tratado contra Pedro Nunes insigne Mathematico como declara na Dedicatoria a ElRey D. Joaõ o III.: «Ego quum litteris magis quam hi operam dederim, quippe experientia suffultus jure optimo, in navigantium albo connumerari possum, quod totum fere vitae tempus hac in re co

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        Annotationes in L. II. de Captivis, et postliminio reversis: in quibus tractatur de re navali. Eiusdem Annotationes in tractatum De auro et argento leg. quibus Vestimentorum et Vasculorum genera explicantur. Omnia ab ipso authore recognita et aucta. Antonii Thylesii De Coloribus libellus, à coloribus vestium non alienus.

      ex officina Roberti Stephani,, Lutetiae, 1549 - Cm. 22, pp. 152 (8); 176 (12). Marchio tipografico di Stephanus al frontespizio. Grandi iniziali istoriate e molte, affascinanti illustrazioni xilografiche anche a piena pagina. Legatura strettamente coeva in pergamena molle con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Una antica striscetta di carta a rinforzare il margine alto (bianco) di alcune pagine senza mai toccare la parte di testo, qualche arrossatura alle ultime carte, peraltro bell&#146;esemplare, genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Seconda edizione parigina, dopo l&#146;originale del 1536, di questa celebre opera, la maggiore, del Bayf il quale fu con Budé uno dei più alti rappresentanti dell&#146;umanesimo italiano in Francia. Molto interessante la parte iconografica con raffigurazioni di navi, citato anche da alcune bibliografie enologiche in quanto contiene la descrizione e l&#146;immagine di come il vino fosse trasportato per mare. "It reminds us of the days when Englishmen drank more wine than any other beverage, and when the wine trade with Bordeaux, and Germany, flourished." (Henderson&#146;s History of ancient and modern wines). Il De Re Vestiaria è citato da Colas (192); segue il De Vasculis, studio sui vasi ed infine un trattato sui colori di Cfr. Brunet I, 710.

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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&#39;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.

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        De re medica opus insigne & apprime medicinae canditatis omnibus utile

      Basel: Henrichum Petri, 1549 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Printed August 1549, folio (310x205 mm). [28], 624 pp., printer's device on last page, woodcut initial letters, library stamp of Royal College of Surgeons to title and occasionally throughout to outer margin, some light dampstaining, old ink notes to lower margin of title and front endpaper, contemp. vellum, maroon leather spine label and yapp edges. --- Adams H649. Allesandro Benedetti (died 1525), studied medicine in Padua and practiced in the Venetian domains. In 1490 he received the chair of anatomy and surgery at Padua, and here the first anatomical theater was built of wood. He was the chief medical officer to the Italian army who fought against Charles VIII of France. --- Verfasser eines bekannten Werkes über die Pest (Venedig 1493). "Sein Hauptverdienst ist, dass er die klinischen und pathologisch-anatomischen Beobachtungen als die einzige positive Grundlage jeden Fortschritt erkannte und mit diesen Ideen die Publication einer medicinischen Encyklopädie begann." (Hirsch/Hüb. I, 454)..

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        La coltivatione

      Florenz, (B. Giunta) 1549.. Mit 2 wiederholten Druckermarken. 102 num., 1 nn. Bl. Späterer Prgt. mit Rückenschild. Adams A 411; STC 12; IA 102.052; Gamba 17, Anm. - Hauptwerk des Luigi Alamanni (1495-1556), eines Vertrauten der Medici, der sich nach dem Sturz der Republik 1530 nach Paris begab, wo seine Bildung und Gewandtheit ihm das Vertrauen von König Franz I. und König Heinrich II. verschafften. Er war u. a. französischer Botschafter bei Karl V. Sein Ruhm beruht vor allem auf seinem von Vergils "Georgica" inspirierten Gedicht über den Landbau. - Einband gering fleckig und bestoßen. Vorsätze mit Wurmspuren, Titel mit Besitzeintrag von alter Hand, stellenw. fleckig.

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        Lexicon Iuris Civilis per C.U.D. Iac. Spegelium, Postremo Auctum.

      1549 - [Spiegel, Jakob (Jacobus) (1483-c.1547)]. [Oldendorp, Johannes (1487-1567), And Others]. Lexicon Iuris Civilis per C.U.D. Iac. Spegelium, Postremo Auctum & Recognitum. Basel: Apud Ioan. Hervagium, 1549. Main text printed in double columns. [357] ff., 420 cols., [4] ff. Folio (12" x 8"). Mid-seventeenth-century French (?) vellum, painted with diagonal black-ink lines at corners within a mitered black-ink border, leaving a central lozenge shape in which is inked an oval centered with a blindstamped stylized pomegranate, raised bands, calf lettering piece, blind-stamped fleur-de-lys, inked fillets and stylized crown-like floral ornaments to spine, colored edges, marbled endpapers, ribbon marker. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, minor chipping to ends of front joint, corners bumped, front hinge cracked. Attractive woodcut pictorial title page. Light toning, title dusty with a few small stains, dampstaining to margins of first few leaves, occasional worming to margins with no damage to text, a few notes to margins of second part in a slightly later hand. A desirable copy of an important title. * Third edition (stated). Spiegel was a lawyer, a privy counselor to Holy Roman Emperor Charles V and a notable humanist scholar who corresponded with Erasmus. The Lexicon Iuris Civilis, a dictionary of terms in Roman and canon law, is his best and most successful work. It went through twelve editions, the first in 1538, the last in 1577. The entries are rather brief, ranging from a sentence to a few paragraphs, and they contain references to examples in the Roman juristic literature. The second part of the work, Quae Lexico Huic Postrema Editione Recens Accessere, contains additional texts. It starts with a work entitled "In Verba Legum XII Tabularum Scholia," an edition of the Twelve Tables by Oldendorp, and is followed by several other texts by Oldenburg and Spiegel. Also appearing for the first time is the comprehensive addendum, which includes a commentary on aspects of Oldendorp's contemporary dictionary, De Copia Verborum. There are also pieces by Protestant leader Philip Melanchton ("Oratio de Scripto Iure, & Dignitate Veterum Interpretum Iuris', 'Romanum Ius Antecerere Legibus Aliarum Gentium', [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La nobiltà delle donne... -

      Venezia, Giolito, 1549.In-8 picc. Legatura del ?600 in vitellino chiaro, filetti dorati sui piatti, dorso con nervi e fregi oro; dorso restaurato, cerniere un po? usate. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio ed in fine, e qualche iniziale istoriata. (10), 272, (4) ff. + (2) ff. di errata; internamente fresco esemplare. Rara prima edizione. Il libro è composto da cinque lunghi dialoghi in cui vari letterati, uomini e donne, discutono dei meriti del gentil sesso. L?opera è ripiena di curiose osservazioni, come quelle sul matrimonio che Domenichi consiglia a dottori, leggisti e medici, meno agli astrologi, umanisti e grammatici - perché troppo impegnati negli studi e poco adatti alla vita domestica - mentre considera cattivi mariti i filosofi, occupati di notte a meditare su strane idee ed utopie! L?ultimo dialogo contiene notizie sulle più virtuose e belle donne del tempo in diverse città d?Italia. «... de? molti libri usciti nel cinquecento in difesa e lode del sesso femminile, il presente è uno dei più ampi...» (Bongi, Giolito, 247). Erdmann 29. First edition of an important work in praise of women, containing interesting biographical details on various Italian ladies noteworthy for their virtue or beauty, and many curious observations, such as those on the qualities of marriage depending on the husband?s profession. Printer?s device on title and some decorative initials. A fresh copy bound in 17th century calf, spine repaired, joints starting.

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        Antididagma, seu Christianae et Catholicae Religionis per Reverendissimos et Illustrissimos Dominos Canonicos Metropolitanae Ecclesiae Coloniensis Propugnatio. Adversus Librum quendam universis Ordinibus seu Statibus Diocesis eiusdem nuper Bonae titulo Reformationis exhibitum. Sententia item delectorum per Venerabile Capitulum Ecclesiae Coloniensis, De Vocatione Martini Buceri.

      Paris: Parisiis, vaenundantur à Ponceto le Preux bibliopola Universitatis addicto, 1549. 4to. menor; 142 ff., 2 hs. Encuadernación de época, en piel, con gofrados en seco en los planos, con ligera pérdida en el extremo inferior exterior del plano superior. Uno de los últimos intentos de conciliar a católicos y protestantes, llevado a cabo en la Iglesia de Colonia por su Capítulo y Cardenal al frente, con el propósito de Melanchton y principalmente de Martin Bucer (1491-1551) de introducir en ella la Reforma al aire de la Dieta de Ratisbona de 1541, y que acabaría en fracaso y frustración que conducirían a Bucer, Bucero para hispánicos, al exilio en Inglaterra en 1549 a la sombra del Arzobispo de Canterbury Thomas Cranmer. Murió lejos de Alsacia y fue enterrado con pompa y honores en un gran sepulcro en Cambridge. En 1557, en el reinado de Maria Tudor y Felipe II, su cuerpo fue exhumado y quemado en la plaza pública. Fin definitivo de la conciliación.

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        Kurtz Handtbüchlein unnd Experiment viler Artzneyen durch den gantzen Cörper de&#946; Menschens/ von dem Haupt bi&#946; auff die Fü&#946;. Samt lebendiger Abcontrafactur ettlicher gemeiner Kreüter/ und darau&#946; mancherley gebrannten und distillirten Gewässer/ Krafft und tugenten. Durch M. Apollinarem erfaren/ unnd selbst bewert. Jetzund von newem gemehrt unnd gebessert an vilen orten. Bound with: HENER, Johann. Ein Radtschlag wie man sich mit hilff Gottes, vor dem grausamen prästen der Pestilentz hüten vnd bewaren sölle. Vnnd so einer damit angegriffen, wie vnnd mit was Ertzneyen jm zehelffen: Auß den berümptesten der heilsamen kunst der Artzney Doctorn, sonderlich was für die Armen vnd vmb ein ring gelt wol zubekummen, Einem Ersamen Radt vnd gemeiner burgerschafft der loblichen Reychstatt Lindow zu eeren vnnd wolfart zusamen getragen. Bound with: SEITZ, Alexander. Von Aderlassen: wem es nütz oder schad sey, mit allen umbstenden; auch von den Ventosen und köpffen trucken oder naß fleissig beschriben dem gemeinen menschen zu gut. Bound with: FERRI, Alfono - RYFF, Walther Hermann. New erfundne heylsame, und bewärte Artzney, gewisse Hilff unnd Radt, nit allein die frantzosen oder bösen Blatern, sunder auch andere sorgliche schwere Kranckheyt Mangel und Gebrechen, menschlichs Leibs, so sich eüsserlichen oder innerlichen erheben, aber bissher für unheylbar geacht worden, gründtlichen und gentzlichen z&#367; vertreiben, heylen und curieren, mit vormals unbekanter, und biss auff dise Zeit unbewisster Bereytung, Gebrauch und Würckung des indianischen Holtz Guaiacum oder frantzosen Holtz genennet, yetzund newlich erfunden, und an Tag geben.

      W. Rihel, Strassburg. MDXLIX [1549] - Getruckt zuo Zürych by Christoffel Froschouer. MDXLVIII [1548] - Petreus, Nürenberg. MDCXXIX [1529] - Balthassar Beck, Strassburg. MDXLI [1541].Four volumes bound in one ([6], 233 leaves; 47 leaves; [24] leaves; [114] leaves), 15 cm, leather. First work: Reich illustriertes populär-medizinisches Werk über Heilkräuter und die Wirkung ihrer Destillate, des Straßburger Apothekers W. H. Ryff (ca. 1500 - 1548). Probable Second edition. Second work: First edition. Third work: First edition. Fourth work: First edition. Walter Hermann Ryff oder Ryf, Reiff, Reif, Rivius, Riffus, Rüf, Reuff, Ruff, der sich latinisiert Gualtherius Hermenius Rivius nannte (* um 1500 vermutlich in Strassburg; ? 29. September 1548 in Würzburg) war ein Autor des Humanismus, der sich vor allem mit medizinischen, anatomischen, philosophischen und architekturtheoretischen Themen befasste. Ryff hat, so die Meinung einiger Biographen, den Beruf des Apothekers erlernt, da er im mecklenburgischen Güstrow als Apotheker tätig gewesen ist. Ryff dürfte sich im Mecklenburger Raum länger aufgehalten haben. Er heiratete die Rostockerin Anna, deren Familienname nicht bekannt ist. Ryff bezeichnete sich selbst als Medicus oder Chirurgus, dürfte aber wahrscheinlich keine Ausbildung als Arzt besessen haben. Daher ist die These, Ryff sei nach seiner Rückkehr nach Straßburg Stadtarzt und damit Nachfolger von niemand geringerem als Hieronymus Brunschwig gewesen, als zweifelhaft einzustufen. Ryff lebte unter anderem in Frankfurt, Mainz, Nürnberg, Kulmbach und Würzburg. Oft wird als Todesdatum von Ryff ?um 1562? oder ?vor 1562? angegeben. Tatsächlich starb er bereits am 29. September 1548 in Würzburg; seine Frau Anna starb am 15. Juli 1553. On request available some images.

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        C. Plinii Secundi Historiae Mundi libri XXXVII denuo ad vetustos codices collatri, et plurimis locis emendati, ut patet et adiunctis iterum que auctis Sigismundi Gelenij Annotationibus.

      Froben 1549 1 vol. in-folio reliure ancienne (XVIIe) pleine basane, dos à 6 nerfs, Apud Hier. Frobenium et Nic. Episcopium [Froben ; Frobenius ; Nic. Episcopius ], Basileae [ Basel ; Bâle], 1549, 1 f. blanc, 18 ff. n. ch., 671 pp., 29 ff. (annotationes), 1 f. blanc, 76 ff. (Index), 1 f. blanc. Signatures : A-C6, a-z6, A-Z6, Aa-Kk6, aaa-eee6, a-i6, k8, A-C6 Exemplaire à grandes marges, pour cette édition établie par le célèbre érudit, ami et collaborateur de Froben, l'humaniste Simon Gelen (1497-1554), et ornée de belles initiales historiées (reliure abîmée avec premier plat faible et très forts manques de cuir, sans les gardes colorées volantes, petit travail de vers marginal sans atteinte au texte dans les derniers ff. d'index, bel état intérieur par ailleurs, avec quelques marginalia contemporaines, ex-libris manuscrits anciens : Petri Galiani et Brisnon). Latin

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        Primi de Stirpium historia comentariorum tomi vivae Imagines...

      Basileae, Isingrin, 1549. 8vo (165 x 105mm). pp. (16), 516, with woodcut printer's device on titlepage and 516 full page woodcuts, leaves ruled in red, with contemporary annotations in the outer margin. Contemporary calf, sides with blind ruled borderlines and fleurons at corners and central gilt ornaments, later rebacking. The second Isingrin 8vo.-edition. The smaller woodcuts are copies after the original folio-edition "De Historia Stirpium" of 1542 also published by Isingrin. More than 500 plants are depicted, some of which are the first figures of certain American plants. In this edition no accompanying text was published, the plants are depicted full-page with German and Latin names only. The reduced woodcuts are much bigger and refined than the reduced woodcuts of the Lyon editions printed by Arnoullet. The woodcuts of the present 8vo edition by Isingrin have the same elegance and refinement as the large woodcuts of the editio princeps. The small format made the book suitable to carry in the fields for plant identification. Ownership inscription erased from title, later endpapers. The copy is preserved in a modern slipcase. Provenance: Signature on title of Joannes Dueil. Nissen BBI, 661, Hunt 63.

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        De temperamentis libri III. De inaequali intemperie liber unus. Thoma Linacro Anglo interprete. Cum Isagoge in eosdem libros, & scholjs marginalibus longè doctissimis, per Iacobum Syluium. (Insieme a:) GALENUS CLAUDIUS. De diebus decretoriis libri II Ioanne Guinterio Andernaco interprete. Lugduni, apud Gulielmum Rovillium, sub scuto veneto, 1550. (Insieme a:) GALENUS CLAUDIUS. In librum Hippocratis de victus ratione in morbis acutis commentarij quatuor, Ioanne Vassaeo interprete. Lugduni, apud Gu

      apud Gulielmum Rovillium, sub scuto veneto 1549 Tre opere rilegate in un tomo in 8° (120x80); pagg. 192, (30); 154, (6); 398, (14); marca editoriale in legno al frontesp. di tutte le opere, alcune iniziali e fregi in silografi e note marginali antiche. Note antiche manoscritte al frontespizio della prima opera ed ai margini della terza. Pergamena molle antica con unghie. Tre diverse opere con importanti commenti di medici del '500 in piacevole edizione tascabile.Grazioso esemplare, lieve ingiallimento generalizzato, un alone leggero solo nella terza opera in basso, due pagine con piccolo strappo e bruciatura causata dall'inchiostro all'ultima carta. Sguardie rinnovate. Durling 1814, 1873 e 1967.

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        STRABONOS PERI TES GHEOGRAPHIAS BIBLIA 17 [graece]. STRABONIS DE SITU ORBIS LIBRI XVII. GRECE ET LATINE [...]. OLIM QUIDEM [...] A GUARINO VERONENSI, & GREGORIO TRIFERNATE IN LATINUM CONVERSI : AC DEINDE CONRADI HERESBACHIJ [...] RECOGNITI [...].

      BASILEAE, PER HENRICUM PETRI, agosto 1549 0 Legatura d'epoca in piena pergamena rigida; dorso liscio recante in testa, tassello color avana, con autore e titolo abbreviato impressi in oro; tagli verdi sbiaditi. (30) - 797 - (3) pagine numerate, compresi il frontespizio, nonché il registro con i dati tipografici al verso del penultimo foglio non numerato e la marca tipografica silografata al verso dell'ultima carta. Testo in lingua e caratteri greci, con traduzione latina in caratteri tondi, impaginato su due colonne. Alcuni raffinati capilettera abitati e decorati a racemi. Poche e discrete annotazioni marginali, vergate a penna in latino da mano antica. L'opera comprende il trattato geografico di Strabone, nella re del testo già impresso "in aedibus Aldi et Andreae soceri" nel 1516. Per l'impressione in esame, il testo trascritto e tradotto da Guarino da Verona e Gregorio Trifernate è stato corretto, come informa lo studioso Graesse, da M. Hopper, con l'aiuto di C. Heresbach, H. Gemusaeus, H. Glareanus e J. Hartung. Alla lettera dedicatoria, datata a Basilea il 26 agosto 1549, segue un ampio indice tematico. Lo storico e geografo greco Strabone, giunto a Roma nel 45 c.a dopo Cristo, fu allievo del filosofo peripatetico Senarco e del grammatico Tirannione. Il suo vasto trattato geografico in 17 libri, di cui il settimo pervenuto incompleto, è un testo fondamentale per conoscere i territori, la storia, gli usi e i costumi del mondo antico; per la composizione dell'opera, Strabone consultò numerose fonti, trasmettendoci una miniera di notizie erudite sulle terre allora conosciute. Esemplare in buono stato conservativo; contenuta usura alla legatura, agli angoli dei piatti; alcune carte dalla viva ossidazione, dovuta alla qualità della carta.Cfr. GRAESSE J. G. T., "Trésor [...]", Milano 1950, vol. VI, p. 505; ADAMS, S, 1905. Libro

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        DE NOTEVOLI ET UTILISSIMI AMMAESTRAMENTI DELL'AGRICOLTURA. Di greco in volgare novamente tradotto per Pietro Lauro modonese, con la tavola di tutto ciò che nell'opera si comprende & in diversi luochi corretta.

      In-16 p. (mm. 153x95), mz. pergam. antica, 183 cc.num. ("manca" l'ultima c.b.), marca tipograf. della Fenice al frontesp. e al verso della c. 183. Volgarizzamento dei 'Geoponica' (raccolta di scritti antichi dei Greci sull'agricoltura, raccolti e rielaborati intorno al 950 d.C. per volere dell'imperatore Costantino Porfirogenito). Cinque libri su undici sono dedicati al vino e num. sono i riferimenti alla gastronomia. Si trovano anche capitoli su come preparare le esche per la pesca di fiume e di mare, sull'allevamento delle pecore, mucche, cavalli, sulla preparazione del miele, dell'olio, ecc. "Seconda edizione". Cfr. Bongi,I, p. 240. Restauri per picc. fori di tarlo al marg. inf. bianco per buona parte del vol. (sulle ultime 5 cc., di Indice, intaccano anche alc. lettere del testo), altrim. esemplare ben conservato.

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

      In-16 p. (mm. 160x108), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), pp. 133,(9). Al marg. inf. del frontesp. è stato ms. ?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. restaurate per manc. dell?ang. sup., con aloni margin. ma complessivam. un discreto esemplare.

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        GIOCASTA. Tragedia.

      In-16 p. (mm. 151x91), p. pergam. molle antica (risg. rifatti) , 54 cc.num., 1 c.nn. di Errata, 1 c.b., grande marca aldina al frontesp. e in fine. Tragedia in versi in 4 atti sull?eroina dell?epica greca, nota soprattutto come madre e sposa di Edipo, dedicata a ?Mons. Giovanni de Moruile, Abate di Borgomezo, Oratore appresso la Eccellentiss. Republica di Vinegia?. $Prima edizione", di estrema rarità. Cfr. Renouard, p. 146: ?C?est une imitation des Phéniciennes d?Euripide? - Gamba,1357 (in Nota) - Adams,I, p. 361 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p. 220. ?Il veneziano Ludovico Dolce (1508-1568) si guadagnò la vita come precettore e scrittore. La sua multiforme attività, svolta mentre era al servizio dello stampatore Giolito, comprende: traduzioni dal latino, da opere greche e spagnole; commenti a opere quali il "Decamerone" (criticatissimo) e Orlando Furioso (con una interessante difesa); poemi epici, commedie, rime varie sulla scia del Bembo, e trattati in prosa. Viaggiò molto ed ebbe amici il Caro, il Varchi, il Bembo, l?Aretino, il Sansovino ed altri?. Così Diz. degli Autori Bompiani,I, p. 660. Con qualche uniforme arross. ma complessivam. ben conservato.

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        Opera dell'antica, et onorata scientia de Nomandia, specchio d'infiniti beni, et mali, che sotto il Cerchio della Luna possono alli viventi intervenire. Per l'Eccellentiss. Astrologo, Geomante, Chiromante, et Fisionomo M. Annibale Raimondo Veronese, ridotta insieme, et castigata. Aggiuntovi la fisionomia.

      Vinetia, Iouitia Rapiro, et Compagni, 1549. In 12esimo (8vo antico), 2 c. b., marca al front. "Al segno della Prudentia", 210, 3 c. b., tavv. xilografate in b/n n. t. e schemi per la spiegazione dei simboli esoterici, leg. post. mua in cartapecora. L'Autore, uno studioso di origine veronese (Verona, 1505 - 1591), scrittore e medico, fu anche astrologo e matematico e fu ricordato soprattutto come astrologo. Le poche notizie biografiche ci fanno notare una straordinaria longevit? per i suoi tempi. Tra le sue opere ricordiamo il "Trattato utilissimo e particolarissimo del flusso e del riflusso del mare" e la presente opera che troviamo pubblicata sempre a Venezia anche per i tipi di Pietro e Gioanmaria fratelli de Nicolini di Sabio, a istanza di Rapiro Giovita e Compagni, "Al segno della Prudentia", nel 1550 e nel 1551 (Rapirio, Giovita, Venezia, 1549 -1552, editore attivo a Venezia, si serv? della tipografia di Bartolomeo Cesano e, in societ? con altri, di quella dei Nicolini da Sabbio; sua l'insegna della Prudenza e sua la marca Z985, che passarono poi a Giovanni Bariletti, presumibilmente insieme alla bottega). Annibale Raimondo (che utilizz? anche lo pseudonimo di Petolotto Zanino di Monte Tonale; lo troviamo anche come Annibal Raymundus e Zaninus Petolotus a Monte Tonali), appassionato di arti quali la geomanzia, la fisionomica e l'alchimia, fu pure geomante, fisionomo e chiromante. Ci propone questo interessante trattato di scienza di nomandia (nomanzia od onomanzia), ossia la divinazione attraverso i nomi e le lettere che li compongono. In realt? la nomandia ? stata sempre considerata come un'oscura disciplina che pare riunisse in s? le virt? di pi? sapienze magiche. Vale la pena ricordare le numerose arti divinatorie citate dall'A. nella prefazione: astrologia, geomantia, chiromantia, piremantia, spatulamantia (divinazione effettuata con un ramo di palma o con la spatola dello speziale), aeremantia, negromantia, hidromantia; tutte scienze sempre tenute in considerazione dall'uomo perch? desideroso di conoscere il suo futuro. Oltre a queste, fin dall'antichit? ha avuto successo l'onomanzia, in quanto "ogni lettera per se ? sottoposta al suo segno & al suo pianeta, come ancho ha il suo numero & il suo significato.". Nel volume troviamo silografata una "rota del continente di Nomandia", divisa in dodici parti con le dodici case del cielo, con l'alfabeto e i numeri legati ai "charatteri de li pianeti". Seguono la tavola dell'antica scienza con i suoi numeri, i pianeti e i segni, e quella con le "littere bone, meliori, ottime, male, peggiori, pessime e fortunate"; le fantasiose regole "per dare il giudicio de tutti per via dell'alphabeto" (quando si vorr? giudicare una persona, si dovr? innanzitutto fare un'analisi nomantica). Si prende il nome dell'interessato, il nome di sua madre, del mese e del luogo di nascita, scrivendo il tutto lettera per lettera secondo i numeri dell'alfabeto e dopo "sommerai con diligenza, partendo per 30 e secondo che verr? il numero restante sopra la partizione, cos? andrai alla seguente sua esposizione..". E ancora vi troviamo regole per sapere "se l'infermo debba guarire o morire", "se un matrimonio debbe havere effetto o no", "se 'l viaggio ser? prospero, se la gravida partorir?"; le combinazioni numeriche e simboliche per suggerire comportamenti nelle battaglie e nei duelli. Nel trattato di Raimondo alcune pagine sono dedicate alla fisiognomica, con previsioni caratteriali in base alla forma delle sopracciglia, della fronte e dei capelli, del naso e delle orecchie. Nel 1559 l'Opera, molto simile a un manoscritto attribuito a Gaudenzio Travisano, che ne riproduceva una parte cospicua, fu messa all'Indice. L' "Anticha et honorata scientia di Nomandia", consisteva in un'antica arte divinatoria di ispirazione popolare che sostituiva l'astrologia con la nomandia, questa non del tutto priva di scientificit?, dato il legame col pitagorismo e con la cabala ebraica che la facevano credere certa e infallibile. Riscoperta da Annibale Raimondi, era peraltro assai semplice da applicarsi secondo il suo divulgatore: pochi e opportuni calcoli matematici, e soddisfare i quesiti del lettore diveniva un'impresa alla portata di tutti. In fondo tutti erano accomunati dallo stesso irrefrenabile desiderio di conoscere, seppur con approssimazione gli eventi e ci? che contava era possedere l'arte di prevederli, cos? da non farsi trovare impreparati di fronte all'avanzare di un caso che poteva essere, in parte, controllato, matematicamente e magicamente. In una copiosa messe di produzioni editoriali che divulgavano libri di astrologia, il Raimondi si era posto il problema di venire incontro a quei lettori che non disponevano degli strumenti e delle competenze per orientarsi nell'universo di case, costellazioni e segni celesti. Trattasi di esemplare scompleto (mancano le pagine dalla 183 alla 194 incluse) ma peraltro assai fresco e in ottima impressione, belle le tavole. .

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        RETTORICA, ET POETICA D'ARISTOTILE Tradotte di Greco In Lingua Vulgare Fiorentina da Bernardo Segni Gentil'huomo, & Accademico Fiorentino

      In Firenze [Florence]: Appresso Lorenzo Torrentino Impressor' Ducale, 1549. 20 cm x 12.5 cm in quarto signatures, pp. [12], 355, [23], errata leaves 2Y2v-2Y3v, includes index, woodcut initials, occasional printed side-notes, later quarter leather and marbled boards, endpapers contain the watermark of J. Honig & Zoonen, well known Dutch papermakers of Zaandyk, Holland. Lacking spinestrip although book still tight, with the signature of H.R. MacCallum to front free endpaper, very occasional light marginal notes and underlining. Overall, quite good. Text in Italian. . First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good. Octavo.

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        AETII MEDICI GRAECI CONTRACTAE EX VETERIBUS MEDICINAE TETRABIBLOS. Hoc est quaternio, id est libri universales quatuor... id est sermones XVI, per Ianum Cornarium medicum physicum Latinè conscripti.

      In-4 (mm. 322x210), p. pergam. antica (con macchie, risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso (restaur. per manc.), 6 cc.nn., 916 pp.num., 28 cc.nn., marca tipografica al frontesp. e al fine, ornato da grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta, inc. su legno. Compendio medico in sedici libri nei quali sono citati i più importanti scrittori greci, nella nuova traduzione in latino di I. Cornario. "Seconda edizione di Basilea" (la I è del 1542). Cfr. Brunet,I,104 - Graesse,I,39 - Sallander,238 - Biographie Médicale,I, p. 55-58 - Castiglioni, p. 261: "Ezio visse al principio del VI secolo in Amida, sulle rive del Tigri. Fece i suoi studi in Alessandria e visse sotto Giustinano a Bisanzio. I medici del Rinascimento ebbero Ezio in grandissima stima: Cornario lo riteneva maggiore di ogni altro scrittore; Boerhaave giudicava che l'opera di Ezio dovesse essere per il medico quello che erano le pandette di Giustiniano per il giureconsulto". Con qualche alone e uniformi arross. o fiorit. più o meno lievi interc. nel t., ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.

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        Pavli Iovii novocomensis episcopi Nvcerini Illustrivm virorvm vitae. Illustrium Virorum Vitae

      Florence: Laurentii Torrentini. 1549. First printing. Hardcover. Good. First printing, 1549. Folio, old calf, pp. [8], 176, 179-440, [2] p. (verso of last leaf blank). Binding heavily rubbed, joints dry and barely holding - leather looks like mid-18th century binding - contents bright, clean, wide-margined. Adams G663. Last sold at auction in &#39;05 for $2600; no copies currently for sale online other than ours. The author was an Italian physician, biographer and historian and this book contains his biographical portraits of illustrious men. The year this book was published, 1549, the Pope denied him the title The Bishop of Como and this hastened his move to Florence.

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