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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]
Bookseller: James Gray Booksellers LLC [U.S.A.]
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]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [U.S.A.]
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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
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bookfarm
2017-09-12 08:44:41
LEMAIRE de BELGES, Jean;
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1549. In-folio de (8) ff., 423 pp. (verso bl.) - 9 pp. (verso bl.) - 58 pp, 1 f. bl., 61-80 pp. - 72 pp., veau fauve glacé, encadrement doré à la Duseuil, armes et chiffres dorés en alternance aux angles des filets intérieurs, dos à nerfs, armes et chiffres poussés à l'or en alternance au centre des caissons dorés, tranches marbrées (reliure du XVIIe siècle). Très belle édition, selon Tchemerzine, des Illustrations de la Gaule, la dernière avant le XIXe siècle. Elle a été donnée à Lyon, tout comme la première (sans date, sans doute en 1509 selon le privilège). Pendant quatre décennies les éditions, augmentées, rééditions, nouveaux formats, se succèdent à un rythme soutenu puis cessent brutalement après 1549. Cette édition des de Tournes, datée de cette même année, contient La Couronne Margaritique, en l'honneur de Marguerite d'Autriche, tante de Charles Quint, que l'on ne trouve pas dans les précédentes (Tchemerzine IV, 161). Dans les Illustrations, Lemaire de Belges (1473-1524) reprend et développe en prose les mythes d'une ascendance biblique des Gaulois, depuis Noé, et de l'origine troyenne des Francs, issus de Francus fils d'Hector, thème dont Ronsard fera, quelques années plus tard, le sujet de son poème épique, la Franciade. Titre frontispice illustré d'un large encadrement d'enroulements de cuirs peuplé de figures mythologiques et emblématiques dans le goût bellifontain ; un Midas aux oreilles d'âne au centre du registre inférieur (Cartier, encadrement n° 1). Bel exemplaire aux armes et au chiffres de Claude Molé, maître d'hôtel ordinaire du ro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Laurent COULET [Paris, France]
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]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
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.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
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.
Bookseller: Shapero Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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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]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2017-09-05 12:57:49
Gelli Giovanni Battista.
s.n, 1549. 2 volumi in 1 in-8° (cm. 16,8), legatura del XIX secolo in m. pelle con titolo e decorazioni in oro al dorso (lievissime abrasioni ai piatti); pp. 89 [3 bb.]; 44 [4 bb.] in buono stato, in corsivo, titolo inquadrato in ricca cornice silografica al recto e ritratto silografico dell'autore al verso dei frontespizi, capilettera istoriati; minuscolo segno di tarlo al margine interno di un paio di fascicoli, lievi fioriture; carte dell'ultimo fascicolo della seconda opera (pp. 35-44) probabilmente facsimilate con abilità. «Edizione originale bella e rara» [Poggiali 309 e 311] di entrambe le opere, la prima dedicata a Livia Torniella contessa Borromea, la seconda all'amico Lorenzo Pasquali. Cfr. Gamba 501-502. Buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-09-04 06:37:35
GARIMBERTO Hieronimo (Parma 1506 - Roma 1575)
Bottega D' Erasmo di Vicenzo Valgrisi, 1549. In-8° antico (cm. 18,9x10,5), pp. (16), 229, (1). Piena solida e bella pergamena rigida che reputiamo settecentesca, titolo in bella grafia a penna al dorso, tagli color ghisa. Al verso del piatto un riferiumento antico a penna e piccolo ex libris xilogr. novecentesco ("Coccix). Al front. bella grande marca editoriale (due mani uscenti da nubi stringono croce a T cui s'avvolge un serpente, grossa B stampigliata e antiche scritte d'appart. (Giuliano Granucci [lucchese, medico a Roma]); strani schizzi marg. a penna alle pp. 26, 27, 49, angoletto bianco asporta al foglio 81-82, vistose macchie/bruniture alle pp. 172-173, tracce di gore perlopiù marginali alle ultime pagine, ma in massima parte fresco e pulito. Dedicatoria "a M, Antonio BERNARDI Dalla MIRANDOLA filosofo singularissimo" (prof. a Bologna dal 1533 al 1539, caro, come l'Autore, al cardinal nipopte Alessandro Farnese e da Giulio III nominato al vescovato di Caserta, cui presto rinunciò oper studia Aristitele). Un libro dei perché per "giiovar al Volgo e dilettando invitar loro a leggere", agli albori della scienza sperimentale: 131 problemi, anche ben curiosi: generatione universale & prima delle cause, terra acqua, e fuoco, miele, olio e acqua e corruzione, uomo nudo e animali vestiti, linguaggio, sensi umani e animali, suono, uccelli più libidinosi degli alttri animali, nordici più grossi e bianchi e astuti degli italiani, i magri più ingegnosi dei grassi, perché il cane alza la zampa ecc. ma anche su vizi e virtù, decadenza di città, amore e odio,e amicizia ecc. GARIMB … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Le Colonne [IT]
2017-08-30 03:44:08
Bible. English. 1549.
London: Imprinted by Thomas Raynalde & William Hyll, 1549. Folio. An incomplete copy, see below. A reprint of the 1537 "Matthew's Bible" and interestingly a "treakle" Bible (cf. Jer. 8:22); earlier than the better known "treacle" Bible of 1568, 1578. "In 1537 a revised English Bible known as 'Matthew's Bible' appeared. . . . The ascription to "Thomas Matthew" was nominal . . . its real editor being John Rogers" (Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church).    A large fragment of this early Bible in English, comprising Tyndale's Prologue and then Genesis to the end of Ecclesiastes, but lacking all before leaf A1 and all after Ecclesiastes (i.e., leaf Kk2).    Provenance: The Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released).         Herbert 75; STC (rev. ed.) 2078; ESTC S106941. 19th-century plain sheep, abraded, dry, and top of spine pulled. Lacking all before leaf A1and all after Ecclesiastes (i.e., leaf Kk2). Title-leaf and first leaf of the Kalendar in good facsimile. Many margins defective sometimes costing letters and small words of text and also sidenotes. Priced for its faults, not its considerable interest.
Bookseller: Philadelphia Rare Books & Manuscripts Co., LLC (PR [U.S.A.]
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2017-08-30 02:42:59
ERASMUS, Desiderius.
T[homas]. B[erthelet]., (London), 1549. Small 4to. (184 x 138 mm). [80 unnumbered leaves: A4, A4 - I4, K4 - T4]. Leaf with printed title within elaborate allegorical woodcut frame, three leaves with Chaloner's preface 'To the Reader' and Erasmus' text with marginal notes, final leaf with publisher's imprint recto and Berthelet's elaborate woodcut device verso. 32-line black letter text with running headline 'The Praise of Folie' throughout with quotations in italic and proper nouns in Roman types, two elaborate ten-line woodcut decorative initials for the preface and text. Sheet size: 181 x 130 mm. Full nineteenth-century brown crushed morocco by Jenkins & Cecil with their stamp to foot of front free endpaper verso, boards ruled in gilt with crowned thistle and floral tools at corners, banded spine with title gilt and rules and tools in six compartments, turn-ins with elaborate tooling in gilt, marbled endpapers, a.e.g. A complete copy of the first edition in English of Erasmus' prose satire, Moriae Encomium: The Praise of Folie. Desiderius Erasmus (1466? - 1536) composed the Latin text of his 'Moriae Encomium' (note the punning title in Greek: ΜωρΠας ΕΠκώμΠον), that 'brilliant and biting satire' (PMM), while staying at the Old Barge, the house of his close friend, Sir Thomas More, during the winter of 1509 - 1510; it is likely that the satire arose out of the Lucianic discussions for their joint translation that led also to the publication of More's 'Utopia'. Erasmus' narrator is the female morosoph 'Folie' ('Stultitia' in the original Latin) who expounds her … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sims Reed Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-08-30 01:38:47
DOMENICHI, Lodovico (1515-64). -
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.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2017-08-30 01:38:22
Gelli Giovanni Battista.
[appresso Lorenzo Torrentino], 1549. In-8° (cm.16,2), elegante legatura dei primi del XIX secolo in p. pelle bordò con decorazioni in oro ai piati e al dorso (lievi usure), titolo in oro al dorso, luogo di stampa in oro (successivo), tagli dorati e risguardi marmorizzati, dentelles; pp. 266 [1] [3bb] con frontespizio silografico e ritratto dell'autore al suo verso; lievi fioriture sparse; antiche sottolineature a pochissime carte; alcune abrasioni alle prime carte con fastidio al ritratto e alla dedicatoria a Cosimo de Medici. Prima edizione di questa celebre e fortunata opera. Cfr. Adams G333; Gamba 491; Moreni 96. Esemplare più che discreto.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi [IT]
2017-08-24 18:10:07
Cicero, Marcus Tullius.
Parisiis: Apud Ioannem Roigny, via Iacobaea, sub Basilico, & quatuor Elementis, 1549. Folio, 324x208mm. In later dark-brown calf with decorative blind-ruled panels on both boards and matching corner-pieces. Boards scuffed with some loss of calf, especially on the corners. Sometime rebacked with tan leather spine with five raised bands and matching lettering-piece. Ownership inscription 'Stephen Medcalf | Blundell's Bookshop | Lewes 6th March 1973' on front free end-paper. [4], 308 leaves; signatures a8, b-z6, A-Z6, 2A-2C6, 2D-2E8. The title-page has an attractive woodcut device, incorporating a printing press; old ownership inscriptions in sepia ink in the top margin, neatly crossed through, read: 'Reverend Thom Mitchell | donadedit | 1781 | Lamington' and 'Samuel Wilden [Wildon] | Qui dono ... | 1793'. Text in italic and roman, set in two columns with central panel of text. Decorated initials. Some light damp-marking in lower half of pages at beginning and end. One or two small holes in foredge margin in places. Minor worming in lower gutter margin from l1-s1; q3 and q4 bound in the wrong order. Some light worming, varying from a single hole to a scattering of holes, each usually affecting one or two letters. What look like small singe-marks in the margin of 2E1-2E8. Colophon on 2E8 reads: Excudebat Lutetiae Parisiorum Benedictus Preuost, Typographus ... . Crisp and clean. Price halved, 12/08/18. (Additional information and photographs available on request.)
Bookseller: Collectable Books
2017-08-15 20:06:09
Giovio Paolo.
appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii, 1549. In-8° (cm. 16,2), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia tratta dal verso di un più antico manoscritto, titolo anticamente ms. al dorso e al taglio superiore; cc. 120 in buono stato, marca tipografica al frontespizio, capilettera in silografia; antica nota ms. al risguardo e antiche sporadiche annotazioni n.t., lievi fioriture diffuse. Prima edizione italiana. Cfr. Gamba 1430n.; Graesse III, 490. Raro. Buon esemplare genuino.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-08-06 21:28:19
Paris: Regnault and Claude Chaudiére, 1549. 4to (230 x 158 mm). Collation: a-y8. 176 leaves. Roman types, printed in red and black. Ruled in red. Renaissance woodcut title-border of termini and festoons, printers' device (Colines' Time with his scythe); 14 FULL-PAGE WOODCUTS, combining illustration and architectural frame on a single block, from the Tory atelier (perhaps Jacquemin Woeiriot, three blocks signed with the Lorraine cross, four others similarly signed in the prior Colines state); every text-page within a four-block woodcut or metalcut border, repeated throughout: 12 are outline borders in Geoffroy Tory's Italianate style, 8 black arabesque borders in the niello manner. Binding: contemporary Parisian gold-tooled calf over pasteboard, the sides decorated to a complex design of intersecting curved double fillets, with gouges and open tools, the ribbons painted black, green and white à la cire, name of the original owner, IANE PETITROUX, lettered in gilt in the center of both covers, flat spine decorated with the repetition of a large hatched floral tool, gilt and gauffered edges; gilt morocco pull-off case. Paint flaked, extreme corners repaired or worn, joints restored, renewed split in front joint. Provenance: Jeanne Petitroux (binding); Henri-Auguste Brölemann (armorial bookplate, shelf label and inscription); Maggs Bros. (cat. 484, no. 354); Fritz Kreisler (Parke-Bernet Galleries 27 Jan. 1949, lot 170); purchased from John F. Fleming 1962. RARE EDITION of the Tory-inspired Book of Hours that was first published by Simon de Colines in 1543, reissued by his succe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [USA]
2017-08-06 21:28:19
Paris: Regnault and Claude Chaudi�re, 1549. Paris: Regnault and Claude Chaudiére, 1549. From the Collection of Arthur & Charlotte Vershbow. 4to (230 x 158 mm). Collation: a-y8. 176 leaves. Roman types, printed in red and black. Ruled in red. Renaissance woodcut title-border of termini and festoons, printers' device (Colines' Time with his scythe); 14 FULL-PAGE WOODCUTS, combining illustration and architectural frame on a single block, from the Tory atelier (perhaps Jacquemin Woeiriot, three blocks signed with the Lorraine cross, four others similarly signed in the prior Colines state); every text-page within a four-block woodcut or metalcut border, repeated throughout: 12 are outline borders in Geoffroy Tory's Italianate style, 8 black arabesque borders in the niello manner. Binding: contemporary Parisian gold-tooled calf over pasteboard, the sides decorated to a complex design of intersecting curved double fillets, with gouges and open tools, the ribbons painted black, green and white à la cire, name of the original owner, IANE PETITROUX, lettered in gilt in the center of both covers, flat spine decorated with the repetition of a large hatched floral tool, gilt and gauffered edges; gilt morocco pull-off case. Paint flaked, extreme corners repaired or worn, joints restored, renewed split in front joint. Provenance: Jeanne Petitroux (binding); Henri-Auguste Brölemann (armorial bookplate, shelf label and inscription); Maggs Bros. (cat. 484, no. 354); Fritz Kreisler (Parke-Bernet Galleries 27 Jan. 1949, lot 170); purchased from John F. Fleming 1962. RARE EDITION of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Riverrun Books & Manuscripts [Hastings on Hudson, NY, U.S.A.]
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2017-08-05 17:16:06
CORPUS IURIS CIVILIS].
[Lugduni, ad Salamandrae, apud Sennetonios Fratres, 1549] (in fine: Lugduni, sumptibus Sennetoniorum Fratrum), in-folio, leg. di poco successiva in piena pergamena, dorso a 4 nervi con titolo manoscritto, tagli rossi, carte [24], colonne 1852, [1], l'ultima carta bianca. Con due grandi illustrazioni e alcune vignette xilografiche n.t. Testo impresso in rosso e nero. Esemplare privo delle prime 2 carte (*1, che era il frontespizio, e *2), con mancanze marginali e gore alle prime 10 e alle ultime 10 carte. Brutta macchia d'inchiostro antica sulle carte q2, q3, q4. Lievi mancanze alla pergamena della legatura. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2017-08-05 06:43:38
Gelli Giovanni Battista.
[appresso Lorenzo Torrentino], 1549. In-8° (cm.16,2), elegante legatura dei primi del XIX secolo in p. pelle bordò con decorazioni in oro ai piati e al dorso (lievi usure), titolo in oro al dorso, luogo di stampa in oro (successivo), tagli dorati e risguardi marmorizzati, dentelles; pp. 266 [1] [3bb] con frontespizio silografico e ritratto dell'autore al suo verso; lievi fioriture sparse; antiche sottolineature a pochissime carte; alcune abrasioni alle prime carte con fastidio al ritratto e alla dedicatoria a Cosimo de Medici. Prima edizione di questa celebre e fortunata opera. Cfr. Adams G333; Gamba 491; Moreni 96. Esemplare più che discreto.
Bookseller: Gabriele Maspero Libri Antichi
2017-07-11 05:16:58
STRABO. STRABONOS PERI TES GHEOGRAPHIAS BIBLIA 17 [=grekisk text].
Basel, per Henrichum Petri, 1549, mense augusto. Folio. (32),797,(1,1 blank,1) s. Tryckarmärke i träsnitt på sista sidan. Litet träsnitt på s. 782. Samtida ngt nött och lite solkigt svinläderbd med upphöjda bind, rikt blindpressade pärmar och bevarade spännen. Främre falsen med spricka nederst. Spridda fläckar av olika slag. Titelbladet med något solkiga marginaler och en fuktrand nedtill som sedan återkommer här och där de första femhundra sidorna. Bläckfläck på s. 95 och några större fläckar på s. 657-60. Ett litet maskhål från s. 355 växer sig större och kompletteras från s. 671 med flera växande maskhål som blir ett stort maskhål de sista tjugo sidorna, alla i nedre marginalen. De stör dock inte texten. Mängder av samtida understrykningar och marginalanteckningar på både latin och grekiska samt flera små vackra pekande händer. Sista sidan fullskriven med delvis överstrukna kluddiga samtida anteckningar. Liten grekisk anteckning på försättsbladet. Titelbladet med bortskrapad gammal namnteckning nedtill och anteckning "Ex bibliotheca patris, Matth. Floderus, Upsaliæ 1788". På frampärmens insida E. A. Almquists namnteckning från 1794 och Wilhelm Malms namnteckning daterad Uppsala den 3 mars 1835. Med And. Perssons i Västerås lilla exlibrisetikett. Trevlig och intressant volym. VD16 S 9344. En snarlik edition med endast (8) sidor i början trycktes också. Grekisk-latinsk parallelltext i spalter. Träsnittet på s. 782 är en liten karta där man ser Libyen med Kartago och Nilen, vilka dock ligger alldeles för nära varandra. Strabo (omkring 63 f.kr.-21 e.kr.) var grekisk geograf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [SE]
2017-07-10 07:52:20
Historische Ortsansicht. Kupferstich, teilkoloriert, 1549. Von Henricus Hondius. 34 x 41,2 cm (Darstellung ) / 47,8 x 57,6 cm (Blatt). Innerhalb der Darstellung rechts in einer Kartusche betitelt, darunter um "Amstelodami, Excusum apud Henricum Hondium sub insigno Atlantis" ergänzt. - Die westorientierte Landkarte zeigt den Rheinlauf von Selz bis Schoenau und einen Teil von Baden. Mit kolorierter Rollwerkkartusche und Maßstab. - Blatt leicht gebräunt. Oben links mit hinterlegtem Papierriss. Mit original Verlagsbugfalte. Unten kleine hinterlegte Wurmfraßspuren. Verso mit typographischer Schrift. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Henricus Hondius (1597 Amsterdam - 1651 Amsterdam). Niederländischer Kupferstecher, Kartograf und Verleger, Sohn des Jodocus Hondius. Zunächst Mitarbeit im väterlichen Betrieb. 1621 Gründung eines eigenen Verlags. Sein Vater kaufte 1604 die Platten von Mercators Weltatlas und veröffentlichete 1606 den Mercator-Hondius-Atlas mit etwa 40 neuen Karten. 1641 gab Henricus Hondius eine neue Auflage des Mercator-Hondius-Atlas mit veränderten Hondius-Karten heraus. Sprache: Deutsch
Bookseller: Graphikantiquariat Koenitz [Leipzig, Germany]
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