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2016-08-22 13:08:52
GALIEN [GALENUS]
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 1549, 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 oeuvres 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
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
2016-08-21 20:31:50
PAOLO GIOVIO ] PAULUS JOVIUS
Paris, Robert Estienne 1549 (Ex Officina Rob. Stephani, typographi Regii). In-4 relié plein vélin de l'époque, titre manuscrit en dos. 2 feuillets blancs, titre, 199 pages. Bien complet des 10 gravures sur bois hors texte. Les dix portraits représentent Archibishop Otho, Matthaeus Magnus, Galeacius Primus, Actius, Luchinus, Ioannes Archiepiscopus, Galeacius Secundus, Barnabas, Galeacius Primus Dux Mediolani Valentinae Pater, Philippus. Ces gravures sont attribuées à Jean Goujon. Relié à la suite : Vita Sfortiae clariss. ducis a Paulo Jovio conscipta, ad Guidonem Ascanium Sfort. a Sancta Flora cardin. Aerariique praefectum. Romae, Antonio Blado 1539. Titre 2 feuillets non chiffrés, XLVIII pages + 2 feuillets d'index non chiffrés, 1 marque d'imprimeur, colophon. 1 gravure hors texte . Quelques erreurs de pagination (numéros de pages inversées). Cette très belle édition est l'un des rares livres illustrés de Robert Estienne, mais est typique de sa production en ce qu'il est typographiquement très fin, et les portraits sur bois sont produites exceptionnellement. Jovius était un historien italien, auteur d'ouvrages historiques et propriétaire d'une célèbre collection d'art. Après la mort de Clément VII (1534), Jovius se retira dans une villa sur le lac de Côme. Edition originale. Bel exemplaire.
Bookseller: Librairie Gil Artgil Sarl [FR]
2016-08-21 05:36:45
Petrarca Francesco
appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1549. In - 8° (160x98mm), ff. 416, (3) di indice e registro, legatura antica in p. pergamena con titolo manoscritto anticamente al dorso. Impresa giolitina con la fenice incisa in xilografia al frontespizio; variante di tale impresa al verso della carta finale. Dedica a stampa del traduttore a Chiappino Vitelli, capilettera abitati incisi in xilografia. Bell'ex - libris figurato "Giuseppe Bo" disegnato da Antonio Rubino con figura caricaturale di un sapiente chino sui suoi libri (la sua stessa testa ha la forma di una libreria stipata di volumi) e il motto "Nihil est inanius quam multa scire". Antica firma di possesso al titolo. Censura antica (ma con testo ancora nitidamente leggibile) alla c. 196r. Normali arrossature, qualche alone. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione del volgarizzamento del "De Remediis utriusque fortunae" di Remigio Nannini, scrittore domenicano vissuto tra il 1521 e il 1581 (la precedente edizione del 1542 non esiste ed è un errore dell'Haym e di altri bibliografi antichi). "Il libro.. era uno de' pochi, scritti in lingua classica, di cui gli stampatori italiani furono più tardi a pubblicare la versione nella propria lingua, che i tedeschi, i francesi, gli spagnoli e fino i boemi, ch'erano stati i primi a darla tradotta per intero nel 1501. Infatti non si era visto in volgare italiano a stampa, avanti che Remigio Fiorentino pubblicasse questa sua traduzione, che diresse a Chiappino Vitelli con lettera da Firenze il sesto di Gennaio 1549; la quale basta per provare che non esiste di questo libro una edizione giolitina a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2016-08-20 20:17:43
BAYFIUS LAZARUS.
ex officina Roberti Stephani, 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'esemplare, genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Seconda edizione parigina, dopo l'originale del 1536, di questa celebre opera, la maggiore, del Bayf il quale fu con Budé uno dei più alti rappresentanti dell'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'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'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.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2016-08-20 20:00:33
ALCIATI, Andrea (1492 - 1550).
1549. [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.
Bookseller: Hesperia Libros
2016-08-18 15:41:28
Justinianus Imp.
Ad Salamandrae, apud Sennentonios fratres, 1549. 6 volumi legati in 5, in folio, cm 42 x 28, pp. (76) + 1838 col.; (52) + 1852 col.; (72) + 1742 col. + (1); (56) + 146 col. + (25); (16) + 448 col. + 288 col. + 160 col. + (8) + 74 col. + (3); (32) + 478 col. + 54 col. Mezza pergamena settecentesca, tagli colorati. Frontespizi in rosso e nero con bordura xilografica incisa da Pierre Vasi, insegna a 2 colori con la salamandra contornata da fiamme in rosso. Macchie d'umido al volume del Digestum vetus con pochi indebolimenti alla carta, danni anticamente restaurati ad alcune pp. iniziali. Danni anticamente riparati a 9 pp. delle Novellarum. Edizione di grande pregio, considerata la migliore tra quelle glossate, solamente seguita da quella di Le Comte di Parigi ,1576 (Mackeldey, Manuel du droit romain, 1837; Marezoll, Precis d'un cours sur... droit). I fratelli Sennenton realizzarono uno dei capolavori dell'umanesimo giuridico, caratterizzato da grande eleganza nella composizione tipografica e dall'utilizzo di immagini necessarie per separare la scansione dei testi e arricchirne il significato con immagini emblematiche. Sono presenti almeno una decina di grandi tavole xilografiche e centinaia di piccole vignette oltre a migliaia di capolettera. Importante in questo senso l'apporto di Pierre Vasi (Pierre Eskrich) 'Le frontispice, evidemment imagine avec l'aide d'un humaniste, est tres complexe et riche en references a la mythologie et a l'histoire mythique du droit romain. Il conçoit d'originales vignettes emblematiques inserees dans le corps meme du commentaire savant, soulign … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2016-08-16 20:26:36
BAIF, Lazare de (BAYFIUS LAZARUS)
(Paris) Lutetiae, Ex officina Roberti Stephani, 1549. Full calf, 9 inches tall. A most interesting later binding with delicate and unusual gilt tooling to the spine and boards. Gilt dentelles and all edges. With 32 woodcuts, mostly of nautical subjects and also costume and vases. Generally in excellent condition bit some rubbing to the binding and minor staining to the text, including some damp staining to the tail of the last few leaves. A small repair to the margin of the last leaf of the index not affecting the text. A rare early item of naval interest in an elegant early binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McConnell Fine Books ABA & ILAB [Deal, KENT, United Kingdom]
2016-08-04 18:41:51
ALESSANDRI Alessandro
Apud Vascosanum, via Iacobaea ad insigne fontis 1549 In 8, pp. (32) + 1022. Antico timb. di est. bibl. piccola manc. riparata. Danno marg. rip. a2 cc. interne.  Antica firma di propr. con acidificazione della carta. Gore non particolarmente evidenti. Cart. ottocentesca. Tagli rossi. Buona edizione di quest'opera che grande seguito ebbe nel mondo rinascimentale influenzando anche molti autori successivi. Alessandri, giureconsulto napoletano, costrui' quest'opera in chiave enciclopedica toccando molti aspetti della filologia classica, dell'archeologia e del sapere cinquecentesco, con particolare attenzione all'attendibilita' delle fonti, rifacendosi stilisticamente e nella struttura alle Notti Attiche di Aulo Gellio. Diz. biogr. un., I, 80. ITA
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Coenobium
2016-08-04 15:05:40
Latimer, Hugh
[London: John Day, 1549. Early edition, with side-notes throughout and "Hughe Latimer" on title. Title within woodcut architectural border. [432] pp. Collation: A-Y^8, 2A-2E^8 (lacking blanks 2E7-8). Small 8vo. Modern full dark blue calf. Light dampstain to lower margin of first 4 leaves, text toned, with small marginal marks and manicules in pencil throughout. Early edition, with side-notes throughout and "Hughe Latimer" on title. Title within woodcut architectural border. [432] pp. Collation: A-Y^8, 2A-2E^8 (lacking blanks 2E7-8). Small 8vo. Sermons of Hugh Latimer. A collection of 6 sermons preached by the great English Protestant reformer and martyr Hugh Latimer (1485-1555), printed upon his return to preaching during the reign of Edward VI. Under Queen Mary, Hugh Latimer was one of the Oxford Martyrs, burned at the stake in 1555 and featured in John Foxe's later wildly popular Book of Martyrs. The Pforzheimer catalogue notes that several undated editions of this work were printed in 1549, with copies often containing a mixture of sheets from the first and later printings. Pforzheimer 582; ESTC S122869
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2016-07-17 17:01:22
Carolus Magnus (Charlemagne)
Edita ad fidem vetustissimorum exemplarium, Joannis Tilii, episc. Meldensis, & P. Pithœi juriscons. Parisiensis 1549. (Francofurti 1596). (18 x 11,5 cm), s. 58 ; [540] ; [24] ; [20], 130, Na k. tyt. brak daty, pozostałe części noszą daty 1549 i 1596, trzecia część wskazuje na Frankfurt jako miejsce wydania. Opr. perg. z epoki. Opr. perg., lekko poplamiona, niewielkie otarcia. Tyt. piórkiem na grzbiecie. Zawilg. i zabrązowienia. Karol Wielki (742-814) - król Franków i Longobardów, cesarz rzymski od 800 r. Dzieło zawiera dysputę teologiczną na temat obecności w kościele obrazów i rzeźb. Podczas Synodu Paryskiego Karol Wielki zajął kompromisowe stanowisko. Nie popierając adoracji obrazów, nie nakazał ich niszczenia i wyrzucania z kościołów. Dzieło napisane przy pomocy św. Paulina z Akwilei (ca 740-802), teologa i poety, patriarchy Akwilei, który w owym czasie był doradcą i zaufanym na dworze Karola Wielkiego. Ostatni tekst nieznany aż do 16 wieku, kiedy odnalazł go w archiwach Jean Du Tillet (1500-1570) - historyk, biskup Meaux i opublikował wspólnie z Pierre Pithou (1539-1596) - francuskim filologiem, prawnikiem i humanistą The work includes a theological dispute about the presence in the church paintings and sculptures. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antykwariat Wójtowicz [Kraków, Poland]
2016-06-04 08:53:36
Justinianus Imp.
Ad Salamandrae, apud Sennentonios fratres, Lugduni, 1549. 6 volumi legati in 5, in folio, cm 42 x 28, pp. (76) + 1838 col.; (52) + 1852 col.; (72) + 1742 col. + (1); (56) + 146 col. + (25); (16) + 448 col. + 288 col. + 160 col. + (8) + 74 col. + (3); (32) + 478 col. + 54 col.ÂMezza pergamena settecentesca, tagli colorati. Frontespizi in rosso e nero con bordura xilografica incisa da Pierre Vasi, insegna a 2 colori con la salamandra contornata da fiamme in rosso. Macchie d'umido al volume del Digestum vetus con pochi indebolimenti alla carta, danni anticamente restaurati ad alcune pp. iniziali. Danni anticamente riparati a 9 pp. delle Novellarum. Edizione di grande pregio, considerata la migliore tra quelle glossate, solamente seguita da quella di Le Comte di Parigi ,1576 (Mackeldey, Manuel du droit romain, 1837; Marezoll, Precis d'un cours sur. droit). I fratelli Sennenton realizzarono uno dei capolavori dell'umanesimo giuridico, caratterizzato da grande eleganza nella composizione tipografica e dall'utilizzo di immagini necessarie per separare la scansione dei testi e arricchirne il significato con immagini emblematiche. Sono presenti almeno una decina di grandi tavole xilografiche e centinaia di piccole vignette oltre a migliaia di capolettera. Importante in questo senso l'apporto di Pierre Vasi (Pierre Eskrich) 'Le frontispice, evidemment imagine avec l'aide d'un humaniste, est tres complexe et riche en references a la mythologie et a l'histoire mythique du droit romain. Il conçoit d'originales vignettes emblematiques inserees dans le corps meme du commentaire savant, s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: coenobium libreria antiquaria [Asti, Italy]
2016-05-31 17:31:16
Church of England. Book of Common Prayer.
Complete set of Pickering's handsome homages to important editions of the Book of Common Prayer, consisting of six early versions and one contemporary: Edward VI, 1549; Edward VI, 1552; Elizabeth, 1559; James I, 1604; Charles I, 1637 (for the use of the Church of Scotland, commonly called Archbishop Lauds); Charles II, 1662; and Victoria, 1844. The uniform black-letter printing was done by Charles Whittingham the younger, of the Chiswick Press, "distinguished for . . . tasteful design and excellent presswork" (Oxford DNB online).The collaboration between Whittingham and Pickering, one of the most important publishers of the 19th century, produced a number of impressive volumes; the present effort is notable for its outstanding typography and its wood-engraved initials and ornaments done by Mary Byfield. The original title-pages are reproduced in facsimile. Provenance: Elegant old lozenge-shaped ink-stamp on title-pages: "John Brymer Heir-Loom."
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books
2016-05-29 20:40:50
CRANACH, LUCAS THE ELDER, Illustrator. POLLICARIUS, JOHANNES
Georg Rhau, Wittenberg 1549 - 285 x 192 mm. (11 1/4 x 7 1/2"). [11] leaves. FIRST EDITION. Recent unadorned retrospective calf by Courtland Benson. Title page framed by woodcut figures of the 12 Apostles, 13 WOODCUTS BY LUCAS CRANACH (signed with his shield) depicting the Apostles and Saint Paul, and two additional woodcuts of the Creation and the Resurrection. VD 16 P-4031. Small portion of inner margin at bottom of title page renewed (well away from images and text), margins faintly smudged and thumbed, printed on paper not of the highest quality (or perhaps washed) and now no longer crisp, strength of illustration impressions varies, but a copy without any fatal flaws of an excessively rare book to be welcomed in any condition. This elusive work features a major suite of wood engravings by a leading artist of the German Renaissance, vividly depicting the martyrdoms suffered by Christ's Apostles, the "Holy 12" of the title. Court painter to Frederick, elector of Saxony, and friend of Martin Luther, Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) is described by Britannica as the "chief pictorial propagandist of the Protestant cause in Germany." His reputation drew other artists to Wittenberg, and Muther observes that the city "achieved its position in the history of book illustration by virtue of Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach." He is best known today as an engraver, and the present woodcuts demonstrate his merit. Originally designed in 1514 and used once before (in a 1539 work on the Apostle's Creed), they are full of movement and detail, showing the various brutal deaths of the Ap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [U.S.A.]
2016-05-29 20:40:50
CRANACH, LUCAS THE ELDER, Illustrator. POLLICARIUS, JOHANNES
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2016-05-29 20:40:50
CRANACH, LUCAS THE ELDER, Illustrator. POLLICARIUS, JOHANNES
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-28 10:58:05
CRANACH, LUCAS THE ELDER, Illustrator. POLLICARIUS, JOHANNES
Wittenberg: Georg Rhau, 1549. FIRST EDITION. This elusive work features a major suite of wood engravings by a leading artist of the German Renaissance, vividly depicting the martyrdoms suffered by Christ's Apostles, the "Holy 12" of the title. Court painter to Frederick, elector of Saxony, and friend of Martin Luther, Lucas Cranach the Elder (1472-1553) is described by Britannica as the "chief pictorial propagandist of the Protestant cause in Germany." His reputation drew other artists to Wittenberg, and Muther observes that the city "achieved its position in the history of book illustration by virtue of Martin Luther and Lucas Cranach." He is best known today as an engraver, and the present woodcuts demonstrate his merit. Originally designed in 1514 and used once before (in a 1539 work on the Apostle's Creed), they are full of movement and detail, showing the various brutal deaths of the Apostles--by crucifixion, beheading, and in the case of the unfortunate Simon, by being sawn in half--before jeering crowds. In the sermon printed here at the front of the volume, Lutheran preacher Pollicarius (1524-67) explains how the lives and deaths of the Apostles can be a source of inspiration and instruction to Christians (while Lutherans had abolished the cult of the saints, they were still devoted to the Apostles). Accompanying each plate is a line linking back to the prefatory sermon and then a brief passage describing the image, often including scriptural citations of the event portrayed. Pollicarius studied under Luther at Wittenberg and wrote the first biography of his teacher … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscr [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-27 14:41:26
Spiegel, Jakob.
Lyon, Sebastian Gryphius, 1549. 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. 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. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Spiegel, Lexicon juris civilis, Lexikon. Lexika, Rechtslexikon, Recht, Zivilrecht, Juridica
Bookseller: Antiquariat Wolfgang Friebes
2016-05-17 09:49:17
Pratensis, Jason ŕ
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's Historyofscience.com [U.S.A.]
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2016-05-06 12:32:27
AGRIPPA von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-05-06 12:32:27
AGRIPPA von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2016-04-19 16:45:51
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [France]
2016-03-24 13:10:08
THOMAS AQUINAS. - [FIRST EDITION OF AQUINAS' COMMENTARY ON THE APOCALYPSE]
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 B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2016-03-23 18:41:41
Sacrobosco, Johannes de (John of Holywood).
(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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2016-03-20 10:56:30
Fuchs, Leonhart
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 "Bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co
2016-03-19 17:27:39
POLYBIUS. - GREEK & LATIN TEXT.
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.
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [DK]
2016-03-17 10:46:51
GELLI Giambattista
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2016-03-16 20:42:52
Marcus Tullius CICERON
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
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
2016-02-03 20:38:58
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 maestr … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2016-01-22 16:08:43
ANSELMUS VAN CANTERBURY, ANSELM OF CANTERBURY
Venetië, Ad signum Spei, 1549. Two woodcut printer's devices. Halfvellum + marbled boards. 8°. Foliated. (11) 433, (8), 231 leaves. (leaf 225 (ff1 in part 2 is missing), *later binding, ex libris, new endpaper, some worming in the text and margins (almost no loss of text): First part: titlepage + index and till pp. 36, pp. 138-142 (margins), pp. 379-432. Second part: titlepage + index + pp. 1-30, pp. 60-114 , text here and there (slightly) 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* [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Isis [Groningen, Netherlands]
2016-01-21 11:44:08
Fuchs, Leonhart
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 "B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks, A Division of the Philadelphia
2016-01-21 11:44:08
Fuchs, Leonhart
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 "Bi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2016-01-19 00:51:44
Plutarch
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
Bookseller: Wissenschaftliches Antiquariat [Germany]
2015-12-31 16:21:47
Homer:
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
Bookseller: Antiquariat Uwe Turszynski
2015-12-02 17:17:42
BALE, John
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-25 20:33:09
Philostrato; 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]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana
2015-11-25 04:00:55
FICINO, Marsilio.
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
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag
2015-11-24 08:39:53
Homer:
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.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski
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2015-09-23 12:31:28
Emilio Paolo
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
Bookseller: Libri Antichi e Rari Francesco&Claudia
2015-09-21 23:32:35
AETIUS, Amidenus
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.
Bookseller: Brighenti libri esauriti e rari
2015-08-24 07:01:16
Alessandri, Alessandro
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lustenberger & Schäfer oHG
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2015-08-17 04:37:26
Virgilio Publio Maro.
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.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
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