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2017-10-16 13:44:34
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Ad 1: STCN (2 copies); Typ. Batava 3285; USTC (4 copies, incl. same 2 copies); ad 2: this edition not in Belg. Typ.; Bibl. Belg.; USTC; ad 3: cf. Belg. Typ. 8269 & 8677; Vandeweghe, p. 238. Ad 1: Very rare first edition of Macropedius's Adamus, a popular school drama on the history of mankind since the fall of man until the birth of Jesus. Macropedius's comedies and tragedies, inspired by the plays of Plautus and Terence, are outstanding specimens of Renaissance Latin school drama. These school dramas had an instructive function in humanistic education as well as the added advantage of familiarizing the pupils with Latin metrics and language through their participation in the performance.Ad 2: Unrecorded third or fourth (?) edition of a very popular collection of proverbs and sayings from Greek poets translated in Latin. Ad 3: Erasmus's catechetical poem Institutum hominis Christiani, (G1-4), Isocrates's Paraenesis ad Demonicum (G5v-H3v) with a preface by Erasmus referring to Agricola (G4v-5), and the Greek Dicta Periandri, explained by Erasmus (H3v-4), followed by the publisher's device (H4v). These are complete works extracted from an edition that included others before them. The large woodcut publisher's device resembles those used by Jan Verwithagen in Antwerp (active 1549-1587), noted in Vandeweghe, but without his monogram. With the bookplate on pastedown. Binding restored, with slightly rubbed edges and the endpapers a bit soiled. Otherwise in very good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 13:17:06
SÉNÈQUE;
Venise, Aurelio Pincio, 1549. In-12 de (8), 680 pp., (11) ff., vélin ivoire, dos à nerfs orné de caissons de fleurons dorés, roulette dorée sur les coupes, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIe siècle). Très rare édition originale en italien des Lettres du célèbre stoïcien. C'est l'éclat littéraire de la ville de Florence - incarné par Le Dante, Pétrarque ou bien encore Boccace - qui imposera au début du XVIe siècle le toscan comme la norme de l'italien moderne. Littérateur, bibliographe, polémiste, l'auteur de cette traduction, Anton Francesco Doni (1513-1574), entra jeune dans l'ordre des servites, avant d'être sécularisé comme simple prêtre. Incarnant une sorte de pauvre diable errant des lettres, il fut ami avec l'Arétin et Domenichi, avant de se brouiller avec eux. Vignette de titre, marque typographique au verso du titre et au recto du dernier feuillet, lettrines historiées, gravées sur bois. Très bel exemplaire en vélin doré ancien. La dorure du dos est particulièrement élégante. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Laurent COULET [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 13:04:33
ARISTOTELE
Torrentino, 1549. in-4, pp. 420, (20). Raffinata legatura 700esca in piena pelle in due toni di colore marrone, intarsio romboidale ai piatti con fregio centrale, dorso a nervi con titolo su tassello rosso, tagli dorati. Grandi capilettera silografici istoriati. Prima edizione della traduzione di Bernardo Segni, dedicata a Cosimo de Medici. Le venti pagine in fine contengono un vasto indice: "tavola delle cose più notabili della politica di Aristotile". Edizione non comune, impressa con gran cura su carta forte. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 12:29:44
FONTANUS (Jacobus, de Bruges)]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-16 12:29:44
[FONTANUS (Jacobus, de Bruges)]
nueuame[n]te sacada de latin en lengua castellana, por el bachiller [Crist]obal d[e] arcos .... Valladolid, Juan de Villaquiran, 1549 (2 novembre), in-folio, parchemin, tranches mouchetées [Rel. du XVIIIe siècle]. 64 ff. dont titre-frontispice gravé, 1 gravure sur bois dans le texte, caractères gothiques. Palau, 93416. Adams, F-722. Göllner, 884. Brunet, I, 388. Seconde édition de la traduction espagnole du De Bello Rhodio imprimé à Rome en 1524. L'auteur en est le juriste Jacob Fontanus (Jacques Fonteyn), natif de Bruges, qui fut témoin oculaire de la prise de Rhodes par Soliman le Magnifique en décembre 1522 après un siège acharné de six mois qui vint à bout de la farouche résistance des chevaliers de Rhodes commandés par leur grand-maître, Philippe de Villiers de L'Isle-Adam. La traduction castillane, due à Cristobal de Arcos, fut publiée pour la première fois en 1526. Imprimée en caractères gothiques, la présente édition est illustrée d'un grand encadrement gravé sur bois à la page de titre, aux armes de l'archevêque de Séville, ainsi que d'une vue de Rhodes gravée sur bois au début du « Libro Segundo ». Initiales ornementales de différentes tailles dans le texte. Au contreplat, ex-libris armorié gravé de l'abbé de Rothelin (1691-1744) qui forma une des plus belles collections de son temps, et étiquette de Raoul de Montesson. Bel exemplaire.
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:19:46
Alexandro (Iurisperiti Neapolitani.)
Bookseller: Librería Anticuaria Astarloa [Bilbao, Spain]
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2017-10-16 12:08:43
INDAGINE (Johann Von Hagen, dit)
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1549. 1 vol. petit in-8°, veau marbré granité, dos lisse muet orné de petits fleurons et de filets dorés, encadrement d'un filet doré sur les plats, fleuron doré au centre, filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées. Reliure de la fin du XVIIIe s. Ex-libris (XVIIIe s.) Roche sur le titre et 2 ex-libris (XVIe et XVIIe s.) manuscrits au verso. 55 vignettes gravées sur bois dans le texte et 27 figures astrologiques (horoscopes), 287 pp. Signatures : [a-s]8. Petite galerie de vers dans la marge intérieure de la 2nde moitié du vol. débordant quelquefois sur la justification, avec perte de qq. lettres, qq. passages soulignés à l'encre. Edition originale rare de la traduction française d'Antoine Du Moulin. Le prêtre et astrologue allemand Indagine (ca 1467-1537) fut certainement l'un des chiromanciens les plus célèbres de son temps. Son ouvrage publié pour la première fois en latin à Strasbourg en 1522 marque une évolution majeure de cet art divinatoire hérité de l'antiquité, ici appliqué avec pragmatisme et inspiré des doctrines humanistes. L'ouvrage comprend plusieurs parties : la première définit les règles de la chiromancie, la seconde, celles de la physiognomonie (qui prédit le caractère et la complexion des hommes d'après l'examen de leur faciès), et la troisième concerne l'astrologie (horoscopes, aspects médicaux, etc.) Ouvrage illustré de nombreuses et belles vignettes gravées sur bois, dont 37 sont dédiées à la chiromancie (mains, avec reproduction des lignes), 11 à la physiognomonie (têtes d'expression, dont certaines s'inspirent de celles de l'ouv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 11:38:07
FUCHS, Leonhart (1501-1566)
Paris: Pierre Haultin, 1549. Hardcover. Very Good. Small 8vo (165 x 110 mm). Pagination: [xii (index)], 519, [1] pages. Collation: *(6), a-z(8), A-I(8), K(4). Letterpress title with symbolic woodcut device of printer Pierre Haultin (sun, sword, and feather, open book with alpha and omega Greek letters, and Haultin’s motto “Imperium mortis et vitae.”) Over 500 full-page botanical woodcuts in text with Greek, Latin, and French plant species names and Latin description in single marginal column. Translated by Jean Belon. Throughout, nearly each plant page extra-inscribed with label in upper margin, written in English in a 17th-century hand. A glossary started on rear leaf, facing colophon, is in French and Latin with the English equivalent for sixteen plants, as in “Armoise Mugworth” and including those translations for “sowthernwood, swordgrass, dill, housel leek, motherwort, rest harrow, dwarf elder, St. John’s wort, winter cherry...”. Near contemporary vellum; (lacking two leaves of first gathering (index), small repair to *ij and small loss to aij, title strengthened at gutter, very few spots of dampstaining, otherwise good). Some early ink annotations canceled on the front pastedown, some legible in English, like the brazen “A curious Herbal in French, with 519 plants, binding bad – 1549.” (We attest the period vellum is lovely). Over these inscriptions, unidentified armorial bookplate of ducal crown, eagle, and rampant lion with motto “Spes mea in deo.” First preliminary leaf enhanced with a period index in Latin titled “Tabula Latina,” and probably made by the earlies … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
2017-10-16 11:32:14
BAÏF (Lazare de)
Lutetiae (Paris), Ex officina Roberte Stephani, typographi regii (Robert Estienne), 1549, 1549 4 parties reliées en 1 volume in-4, 152 pp., 4 ff., 176 pp., 6 ff., 31 magnifiques bois gravés, marque de l'imprimeur Estienne sur le titre. Reliure plein maroquin rouge, dos richement orné de filets et fleurons, triple filet doré en encadrement sur les plats, double filet sur les coupes, large dentelle intérieure. (H. Wood). Ex libris R. Spence. (début de fente sur un mors). Réimpression de l'édition de 1536. Très belle impression typographique de R. Estienne où alternent les caractères romains et grecs. Brunet I-710-711. Brun 146-147 et 116. Réunion des oeuvres du diplomate Lazare de Baïf comportant ses trois essais : sur l'architecture navale, sur l'art de se vêtir et sur les vases anciens. Chaque partie est ornée respectivement de 21, 3 et 7 magnifiques bois gravés de Geoffroy Tory. La dernière partie, oeuvre d'Antonio Telesio, De coloribus libellus, est la première monographie sur les couleurs. Lazare De Baïf, humaniste angevin (vers 1496-1547), père du poète Jean Antoine de Baïf, poursuivit ses études à Rome au collège du Quirinal. Attaché d'abord à la maison du cardinal Jean de Lorraine, il passa bientôt au service de François Ier qui l'envoya comme ambassadeur à Venise. En 1534 de retour en France il remplit les fonctions de conseiller clerc au Parlement de Paris, puis maître des requêtes de l'hôtel du roi. Après plusieurs missions en Allemagne, Champagne, Lorraine et Poitou il se retire dans sa maison des Fossés-Saint-Maur. Dès lors il se consacre à l'éducation de son f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Giard [France, Lille]
2017-10-16 11:29:58
Maša'allah ibn Atari / Heller, Joachim.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-16 11:12:38
AGRIPPA von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-13 23:38:53
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE SOURGET [VER-LES-CHARTRES, ., France]
2017-10-12 22:04:07
Aristotle] - Augustine Nifo
Venetiis [Venice]: apud Hieronymum Scotum, 1549. 31.5 cm x 22 cm in 8s, pp. [6 leaves], 159 leaves printed both sides but numbered consecutively on the rectos only (i.e. 318), woodcut engravings and diagrams throughout. Lacks covers, sewn text block only. remnants of vellum on the spine (possibly scrap used as a spine liner), top and bottom kettle-stitches coming undone, however text block very secure on three cords, intermittent worm holes in lower white space near outer corner; old, small faded ink numerals in margins with the very occasional underline. Probable water damage at one time, as there are very faint tide-lines to the lower fore-edge margins. Otherwise, the text is very good, clean, bright and tight. " Aristotle's chief cosmological treatise: written in 350 BC it contains his astronomical theory and his ideas on the concrete workings of the terrestrial world." - Wikipedia. Translated from Greek into Latin by Augustine Nifo. . Very Good. Folio.
Bookseller: Hugh Anson-Cartwright Fine Books, ABAC/ILAB [Canada]
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2017-10-11 15:54:05
GARIMBERTO Hieronimo (Parma 1506 - Roma 1575)
Bookseller: Libreria Le Colonne [IT]
2017-10-11 03:53:46
MÜNSTER, Seb.
1549. 31x40 cm, Zeichnung von Hans Rudolf Manuel in Seb. Münsters ?Cosmographey? Holzschneidersignatur ?HH? = Heinrich Holzmüller. Im Schriftband datiert 1549. 1 Blatt. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.
Bookseller: Harteveld Rare Books Ltd. [Fribourg, Switzerland]
2017-10-10 23:44:14
STYMMELIUS, Christoph (Stummel, 1525-1588)
Peter Horst. 8vo. (48) leaves. With the printer's device on the title-page. Boards, some very light browning, but a fine, nearly uncut copy.VERY RARE EDITION of Stymmelius' morality play on the university life. It became a great success right from its first appearance in 1549 and was reprinted twenty-one times until the end of the century (cf. G. Voss, Christoph Stummel: "Studentes, comoedia de vita studiosorum', in: "Jahresbericht über das Königliche Kaiser-Wilhelms-Gymnasium zu Aachen für das Schuljahr 1898/99", Aachen, 1899, p. 1-12). At the end of the volume is printed a long poem by Stymmelius Iudicium Paridis.In his comedy Stymmelius introduces three young students on the stage: the assiduous Philomates, and two of his idle fellows, Acolastus and Acrates, who are going to spent their time and money with girls and gambling. Though the plot is not really original and Stymmelius sporadically borrowed from Gulielmus Gnaphaeus' Acolastus (1526), nevertheless Stymmelius' comedy is very im-portant for giving a vivid and faithful picture of the students' life in a German university of the six-teenth century, and furthermore expressing the educational intention of its author (cf. K.G. Konrad, Die deutsche Studentenschaft in ihrem Verhältnis zu Bühne und Drama, Berlin, 1912, pp. 74-77; see also W.F. Michael, Das deutsche Drama der Reformationszeit, Bern, 1984, pp. 104-106; and C. Dietl, Neo-Latin Humanist and Protestant Drama in Germany, in: "Neo-Latin Drama and Theatre in Early Modern Europe", J. Bloemendal e H.B. Norland, eds., Leiden, 2013, pp. 155-157)."Stummel - who had st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto [IT]
2017-10-10 21:19:54
FORCATULUS STEPHANUS
Lugduni, apud Ioan. Tornaesium 1549 - Cm. 23, pp. 328. Bei capilettera xilografici. Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro al dorso; tagli rossi. Carte di guardia assenti. Antico rinforzo al margine esterno del frontespizio che si presenta un po' frastagliato, segni di tarlo limitati al margine esterno di poche carte, sporadiche fioriture e bruniture, qualche alone sparso. Esemplare nel complesso genuino e in discreto stato di conservazione. Etienne Forcadel (1519 ca.-1578) spesso menzionato per lo "scontro" con Cujas nell'assegnazione di una cattedra a Tolosa, fu un giurista di spicco nell'ambito dell'umanesimo giuridico francese. Quest'opera, caratterizzata da un titolo curioso e un po' pretenzioso, si traduce in una sorta di elogio/esegesi del diritto romano classico fondata sul dialogo immaginario tra i più grandi giureconsulti dell'antichità. Rara edizione originale.Cfr. Baudrier, V, 383; Iccu; non in Sapori. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Apuleio
2017-10-10 19:26:31
VERONESE, RAIMONDO ANNIBALE.
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 longevità 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 Gianmaria 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 servì della tipografia di Bartolomeo Cesano e, in società 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 Veronese (che utilizzò 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 realtà la nomandia è s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kú [IT]
2017-10-08 04:39:30
Maša'allah ibn Atari / Heller, Joachim.
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
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2017-10-05 12:42:46
Freiburg im Breisgau. - Ansicht. - "Friburg im Brisgew 1549". Freiburg im Breisgau. - Ansicht. - "Friburg im Brisgew 1549". Historische Ortsansicht. Holzschnitt, 1549. Von Sebastian Münster. 19 x 36 cm (Darstellung ) / 31,5 x 40,3 cm (Blatt). Innerhalb der Darstellung auf einem Spruchband betitelt. Oberhalb mit "De Germania Liber III. Friburgum Brisgoiae praeclara civitas, deformata secundum omnes eius habitudines." beschriftet, ferner mit "548" und "549" nummeriert. In typographische Seite eingebunden. - Ansicht der Stadt Freiburg im Breisgau mit dem Freiburger Münster, dem Schlossberg und zahlreichen Weinstöcken im Vordergrund. - Blatt etwas gebräunt, unten mit Wasserfleck. Original Verlagsbugfalte, hier mit geringem Papierverlust. Verso mit typographischer Schrift, in Passepartout montiert. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Sebastian Münster (1488 Nieder-Ingelheim - 1552 Basel). Bedeutender deutscher Schriftsteller und Humanist. Verfasste neben seinem Hauptwerk, der "Cosmographia", zahlreiche Werke auf dem Gebiet der Hebraistik, der Naturwissenschaften, der Geographie, der Theologie und der Bibelwissenschaft. Ortsansicht Baden-Württemberg, Sebastian Münster, Städteansicht Freiburg (Breisgau) Artikel Nr.: 00102975 240,00 EUR (inkl. MwSt.).
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
2017-10-02 15:20:13
PLUTARCO.
apud Seb. Gryphium, 1549. Cc. (68) 568. Unito a: De Garrulitate. Eiusdem de esu carnium orationes duas... Lugduni, 1554. Pp. 58 (6). Unito a: Septem sapientum convivium... Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 59 (5). Unito a: Epta Sofon symposion tou Ploutarxou. Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 43 (5). Unito a: De superstitione libellus. Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 29 (3). Unito a: In Coloten liber posterior. Lugduni, 1555. Pp. 75 (5). Unito a: Liber contra Coloten... Lugduni, 1555. Pp. 68 (4). Raccolta miscellanea di 7 opere di Plutarco, tutte stampate dal Griphius e con marchio inciso ad ogni frontespizio. Legatura in pergamena antica rimontata. Un alone chiaro marginale alle prime carte della prima opera, peraltro ben conservato.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2017-09-26 20:09:58
Marco Tullio Cicerone
Parisiis: Apud Audoenum Paruum, sub signo Lily Aurei, via ad D. Iacobum, 1549. rilegato. BUONO. 21,5 23. USATO
Bookseller: Controcorrente Group srl BibliotecadiBabele [Italy]
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2017-09-23 13:04:51
Witzel, Georg
Cologne: Joannis Quentel, 1549. 1st Edition. Boards. Very good. Sm. 8vo. 79,(1)pp. Old boards. Free endpapers lacking. History and biographies of the Papacy. VD 16 W3919.
Bookseller: Kenneth Karmiole, Bookseller, Inc. [U.S.A.]
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2017-09-22 08:23:02
Corpus Juris (Iuris) Civilis,
1549. VD17 1:013029E (Band 1) u. VD17 1:013036P (Band 2). - Neudruck der von Denis Godefroy (1549-1622) erstellten und 1583 erstmals im Druck veröffentlichten ersten kritischen Gesamtausgabe der vom oströmischen Kaiser Justinian I. angeordneten Zusammenstellung und Kodifikation des gesamten römischen Rechts. Von Godefroy stammt auch die Bezeichnung "Corpus Iuris Civilis". Seine Bearbeitung blieb bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein die grundlegende für die Beschäftigung mit dem römischen Recht. Der Corpus Iuris Civilis ist in Digestae, Institutiones Iustinianae, Codex und Novellae unterteilt. In der vorliegenden Ausgabe hat der "Codex" ein eigenes Titelblatt. Dies sollte dem Buchbinder eine etwas handlichere Aufteilung in zwei Bände ermöglichen. Der eigentliche Gesetzestext ist jeweils von den Noten des Godefroy eingerahmt. - Kupfertitel u. Porträt angestaubt u. mit mehreren Randeinrissen, die ersten beiden Lagen etw. gelockert, im ersten Teil eine Seite (Sp.721/722) mit kl. Ausschnitt im unteren weißen Rand, bei 2 Seiten fehlt eine Ecke (ohne Textverlust), gelegentlich etw. fleckig u. schwach wasserrandig, wenige Seiten haben etw. spätere handschriftliche Anmerkungen, die vermutlich von dem auf dem Titel als Besitzer genannten Jeremias Friedrich Krause aus Frankfurt an der Oder stammen (dat. 1785). Es fehlt die letzte Textseite (tabellarische Aufstellung).
Bookseller: Patzer & Trenkle [Konstanz, Germany]
2017-09-20 01:43:36
GALENUS, CLAUDIUS
Basel, Hieronymus Frobenius et Nicolaus Episcopius 1549. 2 volumes in 1 binding, 756 columns (378 p.), 844 columns (422 p.) (2) p. Contemporary blindstamped Leather over wooden boards with ribbed back, Folio (columns 557-582 have annotations written in Latin in an old handwriting, text printed in columns, spine rebound. Galen, c.130-c.200, physician and writer, was born in Pergamum, of Greek parents. After study in Greece and Asia Minor and at Alexandria, he returned to Pergamum, where he served as physician to the gladiatorial school. He resided chiefly in Rome from c.162. Noted for his lectures and writings, he established a large practice and became court physician to Marcus Aurelius. He is credited with some 500 treatises, most of them on medicine and philosophy, at least 83 of his medical works are extant. He correlated earlier medical knowledge in all fields with his own discoveries (based in part on experimentation and on dissection of animals) and systematized medicine in accordance with his theories, which emphasized purposive creation. His work in anatomy and physiology is especially notable. He demonstrated that arteries carry blood instead of air and added greatly to knowledge of the brain, nerves, spinal cord, and pulse. Galen's influence was great. His books were still being used in the Middle Ages and for many medical students, they were the primary source of information on medicine.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo [Netherlands]
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2017-09-19 21:06:45
Vergilius Maro, Publius
Appresso Giovan. Gryphio, 1549. in 4°, 19 cm, rilegatura di inizio '900 in piena pergamena rigida, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso , c. (8), 105, (2). Bella marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio, iniziali animate, grandi e belli incipit pastorali all'inizio di ogni capitolo. Alcuni antichi appunti a penna, rinforzo a tre carte e margine superiore un po' rifilato, ma nel complesso esemplare molto buono
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB)
2017-09-19 21:06:45
Vergilius Maro, Publius
Appresso Giovan. Gryphio, In Venetia 1549 - in 4°, 19 cm, rilegatura di inizio '900 in piena pergamena rigida, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso , c. (8), 105, (2). Bella marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio, iniziali animate, grandi e belli incipit pastorali all'inizio di ogni capitolo. Alcuni antichi appunti a penna, rinforzo a tre carte e margine superiore un po' rifilato, ma nel complesso esemplare molto buono [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB)
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2017-09-18 04:46:12
Marsilio Ficino 1433-1499
- Venenzia:Gabriele Giolito de Ferrari 1549 ,1548 Two Octavo volumes 6 1/2 4 inches *8, A-Z8, Aa-Rr8,*3 (lacking *4 Blank except for Giolito device) *8 (leaf 8 blank and present) A-Z8, AA-CC8,DD6 [Four appearances of three different Giolito devices: on title pages, at end of contents of v. 1, and on last page of v. 2. Errata at end of v. 2.] Second edition These two volumes are both bound in limp vellum, although not matching. and are stored in a custom folding box. Marsilio Ficino (1433-99) directed the Platonic Academy in Florence, and it was the work of this Academy that gave the Renaissance in the 15th century its impulse and direction. During his childhood Ficino was selected by Cosimo de' Medici for an education in the humanities. Later Cosimo directed him to learn Greek and then to translate all the works of Plato into Latin. This enormous task he completed in about five years. He then wrote two important books, "The Platonic Theology" and "The Christian Religion", showing how the Christian religion and Platonic philosophy were proclaiming the same message. The extraordinary influence the Platonic Academy came to exercise over the age arose from the fact that its leading spirits were already seeking fresh inspiration from the ideals of the civilizations of Greece and Rome and especially from the literary and philosophical sources of those ideals. Florence was the cultural and artistic centre of Europe at the time and leading men in so many fields were drawn to the Academy: Lorenzo de'Medici (Florence's ruler), Alberti (the architect) and Poliziano (the poet). Moreove … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-14 01:22:40
ERASMUS, Desiderius (1466-1536)
Venice: Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1549.8vo (155x97 mm). (32, leaf **8 is a blank), 537, (5) pp. Printer's device on the title-page and at the verso of the last leaf verso. 18th-century mottled calf, gilt flat spine with lettering-piece, red edges (joints and top of the spine a bit worn, but solid). On the verso of the title-page is found the engraved bookplate of the French bibliophile Albert François Floncel (1697-1773; see Guigard, II, pp. 216-217). Title-page slightly dampstained, small stain the in lower corner of leaf P1, otherwise a fine copy.SECOND, COMPLETELY REVISED EDITION of the first Italian translation of the 'Colloquies', "journal d'une vie et d'un epoque,... document irremplaçable sur la société du XVIe siècle mais aussi sur Erasme lui-même" (F. Bierlaire, Erasme et ses Colloques, Genève, 1977, p. 116). With over one hundred editions until the end of the 16th century (including translations and adaptations), the 'Colloquies' became Erasmus' most printed work.The Colloquia grew from their earliest form of short models of Latin conversation and formulae of etiquette (composed for the use of Erasmus' pupils at Paris in 1497 and first printed without his authorization at Basel in 1518 and again edited by Erasmus himself in March 1522) into a rich and motley collection of dialogues, each a masterpiece of literary form. Full of witty and penetrating information on ordinary day-to-day happenings, they are a valuable mine of information about 16th-century customs, institutions and social problems. The work also became a vehicle of social criticism and, as such, the focus of … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-13 18:01:04
Roosevelt, Theodore and Elting E. [ed.] Morison
1549, 1438, 1715, 1621 S. Hardcover Complete 8 vol. set. Orig. cloth binding, no dust jackets. Ex-library books with stamps and signatures. Books show some traces of use and shelf wear, text clean. Fine condition. -- Foreign customers - before placing your order, please contact us regarding additional postage due to heavy weight of the books. --- 8 Bände, vollständiges Exemplar. Orig.-Leinen ohne SU. Ehem. Bibliotheksex. mit Stempel und Signaturen. Einbände leicht bestoßen, Buchschnitte mit Lagerspuren, Bindungen vereinzelt leicht verzogen, Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt, Text sauber. Insgesamt guter Zustand. -- Aufgrund des hohen Gewichts der Bücher berechnen wir zusätzliche Versandkosten bei Bestellungen aus dem Ausland. Bitte setzen Sie sich vorab mit uns in Verbindung. mbx
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2017-09-11 19:40:33
COCHLAEUS Johannes (BOBENECK Johann)
Mainz, Fr. Behem, 1549. In-f° picc. (31 x 20), cc. (8)+254 numerate solo al recto; caretteri tondi e corsivi. Moltissimi capilettera istoriati di grande e piccolo formato, bella impresa tipografica al verso dell'ultima pag., impressa a piena pagina (il Pellicano che nutre i piccoli nel nido, col motto "sic his qui diligunt"). Leg. p. perg. coeva. Velatura d'umidità nel marg. est. inferiore dei primi fascicoli, fioriture e bruniture sparse; timbro di biblioteca estinta al frontespizio. (2649) Volume raro del celebre controversista e avversario di Lutero J. Cochlaeus, impresso dai torchi del monastero di San Vittore presso Magonza. "Les moines de S. Victor étaient ardemment dévoués au Saint-Siège; vers 1540, ils organisèrent une imprimerie particulière et appèlerent pour la diriger un bon typographe de Mayence, nommé François Behem" (Déchamps, col. 1339); il primo libro ivi pubblicato uscì nel 1540, e la tipografia fu attiva fino al 1577. L'autore dell'opera, J. Cochlaeus, al secolo J. Bobeneck (1479-1552), originario di Wendelstein e canonico a Breslau, fu dotto umanista e accanito avversario di Lutero, autore di innumerevoli testi polemici; resta celebre la "sfida" rivolta a Lutero di confrontarsi con lui in un pubblico dibattito, con la clausola che chi avesse avuto la peggio avrebbe dovuto accettare di essere messo al rogo (la sfida fu accettata, ma finì in modo meno cruento). Il presente volume riporta le principali testimonianze storiche circa l'introduzione e l'uso della messa nella tradizione cristiana, ed i suoi ceremoniali. "Ce rare volume est sorti de l'imprimerie … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-09-11 14:29:06
PLUTARCO.
apud Seb. Gryphium,, Lugduni, 1549. Cc. (68) 568. Unito a: De Garrulitate. Eiusdem de esu carnium orationes duas Lugduni, 1554. Pp. 58 (6). Unito a: Septem sapientum convivium Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 59 (5). Unito a: Epta Sofon symposion tou Ploutarxou. Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 43 (5). Unito a: De superstitione libellus. Lugduni, 1552. Pp. 29 (3). Unito a: In Coloten liber posterior. Lugduni, 1555. Pp. 75 (5). Unito a: Liber contra Coloten. Lugduni, 1555. Pp. 68 (4). Raccolta miscellanea di 7 opere di Plutarco, tutte stampate dal Griphius e con marchio inciso ad ogni frontespizio. Legatura in pergamena antica rimontata. Un alone chiaro marginale alle prime carte della prima opera, peraltro ben conservato.
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2017-09-10 17:30:01
BEN MELECH, Solomon.
Constantinople Moseh ben Elazar Parnas 1549 - First edition, folio, (30 x 21.5 cm); 191 ll., title within woodcut border decorated with floral motifs; some browning and light foxing, some ink marginalia in Italian and Hebrew, ink stamp on title and final leaf, some staining (mostly marginal) towards end. Modern blue morocco. Some water staining to the lower margin of several pages, occasional light staining to other pages; occasional hardwritten remarks on margins in ink in old Hebrew writing. A detailed grammatical commentary on the 24 books of the Old Testament, taken mainly from the works of Rabbi David Kimchi (the Radak, 1160-1235) who wrote a grammatical text similarly entitled 'Michlol'. This work was reprinted at Salonika in 1567, then in Amsterdam in 1661 and 1668 with notes by Jacob Abendana, Hacham (Esteemed Torah Scholar) of London from 1680 until his death in 1695. Included at the end of this text are poems in praise of the book by Shelomoh ben Mazzal Tov and Abraham ben Efrayim Sangi. Adams S1418; Steinschneider 2372; Vinograd, Const. 199; Yaari, Const. 148; Zedner 729.
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2017-09-06 22:58:44
STYMMELIUS Christoph
Peter Horst. 8vo. (48) leaves. With the printer's device on the title-page. Boards, some very light browning, but a fine, nearly uncut copy.VERY RARE EDITION of Stymmelius' morality play on the university life. It became a great success right from its first appearance in 1549 and was reprinted twenty-one times until the end of the century (cf. G. Voss, Christoph Stummel: "Studentes, comoedia de vita studiosorum', in: "Jahresbericht über das Königliche Kaiser-Wilhelms-Gymnasium zu Aachen für das Schuljahr 1898/99", Aachen, 1899, p. 1-12). At the end of the volume is printed a long poem by Stymmelius Iudicium Paridis.In his comedy Stymmelius introduces three young students on the stage: the assiduous Philomates, and two of his idle fellows, Acolastus and Acrates, who are going to spent their time and money with girls and gambling. Though the plot is not really original and Stymmelius sporadically borrowed from Gulielmus Gnaphaeus' Acolastus (1526), nevertheless Stymmelius' comedy is very im-portant for giving a vivid and faithful picture of the students' life in a German university of the six-teenth century, and furthermore expressing the educational intention of its author (cf. K.G. Konrad, Die deutsche Studentenschaft in ihrem Verhältnis zu Bühne und Drama, Berlin, 1912, pp. 74-77; see also W.F. Michael, Das deutsche Drama der Reformationszeit, Bern, 1984, pp. 104-106; and C. Dietl, Neo-Latin Humanist and Protestant Drama in Germany, in: "Neo-Latin Drama and Theatre in Early Modern Europe", J. Bloemendal e H.B. Norland, eds., Leiden, 2013, pp. 155-157)."Stummel - who had st … [Click Below for Full Description]
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