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        PROCESSIONARIUS secundum ordinem Cisterciensem noviter impressus: correctus auctus et emendatus. Cum multis aliis additionibus nusque impressis.

      Caesar Augustae (Zaragoza), (à la fin:) Bartholomei a Nagera, 1550. - Petit in-8. 222ff. non chiffrés. Plein maroquin brun doublé, dos à nerfs orné, double filet doré sur les plats, doublure de maroquin havane guilloché à froid et encadré de filets et d'une guirlande dorée (reliure espagnole postérieure, vers 1950?). Précieuse édition de ce recueil des chants liturgiques qui étaient vocalisés pendant les processions des cisterciens espagnols. Elle fut imprimée à Saragosse avec la musique notée et peut être considérée comme la première édition complète du processionnal cistercien, car elle ne fut précédée que par un petit livret de 64 pages imprimé dans la même ville en 1516. Les processionnals sont des livres liturgiques contenant les paroles et la musique des chants qui accompagnaient les processions religieuses: essentiellement des répons, des antiennes et des hymnes. Il s'agit habituellement d'ouvrages manuscrits mais c'est principalement en Espagne, pays fortement attaché à la tradition des processions, que se développa au 16e siècle une activité éditoriale autour des processionnals. Le présent volume est rarissime. Nous n'avons pu en localiser que deux exemplaires complets (British Library et Washington University Pullman Library). En Espagne, les collections patrimoniales n'en répertorient que 4 exemplaires seulement, tous incomplets. Ordiozola, notamment, n'en connaissait aucun exemplaire complet. Belle impression gothique aux encres rouge et noire, avec la musique notée à chaque page. La gravure au verso du titre est légèrement épidermée avec d'infimes manques. Très bon exemplaire, malgré des marges un peu courtes par endroits. Palau, 238140. Odriozola, Catálogo de libros litúrgicos, españoles y portugueses impresos en los siglos XV y XVI (1996), 649 (ne connaissait aucun exemplaire complet). Sanchez, Bibliografía Aragonesa del siglo XVI, n°298 (décrivant un exemplaire incomplet du titre). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tutte le opere : I. Historie di Nicolo Machiavelli. II. Il Principe. La Vita di Castruccio Castracani da Lucca. Il Modo che tene il Duca Valentino. I Ritratti delle cose della Francia et della Alamagna. III. Discorsi. IV. I Sette Libre dell'arte della guerra. V. Dell'Asino d'oro. Capitolo dell' occasione. Capitolo di fortuna. Capitolo della ingratitvdine. Capitolo dell' ambitione. Decennale, cioè compendio delle coste fatte in X. anni in Italia. Novella piacevolissima. Mandragola, comedia

      - S.n. [Genève], S.l. 1550 (ca.1620), 16x22,5cm, (4) 441pp. et (4) 140pp. et 364pp. [i.e. 362] et 185pp. (14-1 bl.) (2f. Pl.) et (4) 189pp., 5 volumes reliés. - Una delle cinque edizioni chiamato "Alla testina" (a causa del ritratto di Machiavelli ripetuto in titoli), stampato a Ginevra agli inizi del XVII, intorno 1620. Questa è né il primo né il secondo numero dei quali caratteristiche sono noti, ma gli ultimi tre, che differisce spuntino. Leganti moderno cartone marrone punteggiati la bradel. indietro liscia. parti del titolo in marocchino rosso. Perfetto stato. Copia di freschezza. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première des cinq éditions dite « alla testina » (en raison du portrait de Machiavel répété sur les titres), imprimée à Genève au début du XVIIème, vers 1620. Impression du texte en caractères italiques, typographie et mise en page typiques des éditions de la Renaissance italienne. Le matériel typographique proviendrait des caractères dessinés par Ludovico degli Arrighi, célèbre typographe mort en 1527. Cette première édition est la plus rare, on ne la trouve que très difficilement, contrairement aux suivantes. Une planche sur double page pour L'Arte della guerra. Les cinq éditions ont été répertoriées et chiffrées de A à E par Gerber, par ordre chronologique. Cette première édition « alla testina » serait la seule à ne pas avoir été éditée à Genève (elle est très repérable par sa collation qui diffère de toutes les autres), le lieu d'édition étant seulement une suggestion et une origine parisienne ne serait pas à exclure. Les éditeurs des autres éditions « alla testina » ont été retrouvés, et ils sont différents pour chacun des tirages (notamment Pierre Aubert ou Jacques Chouet). Voir : Philausone Répertoire des ouvrages en langue italienne, par Nicole Bingen, ou, George Bonnant : Les Impressions genevoises au XVIIème de l'édition dite de la Testina des

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        Descrittione di tutta Italia di F. Leandro Alberti Bolognese, nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l’origine, & le signorie delle città, & delle castella, co i nomi antichi e moderni, . Et piu gli huomini famosi che l’hanno illustrata, i monti, i laghi, i fiumi, .

      Per Anselmo Giaccarelli, In Bologna. 1550 - Esemplare scompleto, infatti mancano le pg da 466 a 469. Si tratta di un esemplare ricomposto privo del ritratto dell’A. e dei versi di Giovanni Philoteo Achillino nel v. del frontespizio, e con marca (Z495) a carta [ast]3r che precede i versi dedicati dal Giaccarelli "Herculil Atestio II illustriss. Ferrarien. duci IIII". Prima rara e ricercata edizione di questo libro a carattere geografico-etnologico-storico. Nel corso del ’500 vennero stampate numerose edizioni, a conferma dell’interesse suscitato da questa bella opera. Nel libro si trovano anche informazioni sulle bellezze delle contrade, sulle distanze, i costumi, le curiosita’ ed i piu’ importanti monumenti di citta’ e paesi. Alla fine del libro, un breve trattato sulla "molto magnifica citta’ di Vinegia". Insomma, una vera e propria guida per i viaggiatori! Effettivamente, a partire dall’edizione del 1568, l’Alberti includera’ anche la parte relativa a Sicilia, Sardegna, ecc. Formato: [4] [28] c., 466 p. (di cui le prime 7 in numeri romani e l’ottava bianca), 30 cm, perg. Esemplare medio con difetti marginali. Legatura coeva ma un pò consunta. Ex libris al frontespizio.

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        Pratique abrégée des jugements astrologiques sur les nativités.

      XVIIIe siècle. ____ Manuscrit d'une belle écriture ronde, très lisible, d'évidence de la main d'un copiste professionnel du XVIIIe siècle. Henri de Boulainvilliers, qui a compulsé plus de deux cents ouvrages pour rédiger son traité, a repris le titre et l'ordre du manuel d'astrologie d'Auger Ferrier de 1550, tout en tenant compte de la nouvelle place assignée au soleil, au centre des planètes. Le manuscrit s'achève par une traduction partielle du " Petit Ptolomée, par Argole", probablement le "Ptolomaeus parvus in genethliacis junctus Arabibus", d'Andea Argoli (1652). Le Comte de Boulainvilliers (1658-1722) a laissé une quantité de manuscrits, car il ne se souciait que fort peu de faire publier ses ouvrages; il en laissait volontiers ses amis en prendre copie. Il est célèbre pour ses recherches historiques, qui le conduisirent à déclarer que le système féodal est le chef-d'oeuvre de l'esprit humain. On lui attribue aussi des textes athéistes et anti-religieux. Celui-ci, sur l'astrologie, écrit en 1717, a circulé sous forme de manuscrit pendant plus de deux siècles. Il n'a été publié qu'en 1947 ! Il semble ne subsister de ce manuscrit que trois exemplaires dans les bibliothèques publiques (2 à la BN et un à la BM d'Angoulème). Charnières fendillées, manque à la coiffe supérieure. Bon exemplaire, très frais intérieurement. *****. In-4. [221 x 178 mm] Collation : (540) pp. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en basane rouge, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        1550 Italian Letters of Claudio Tolomei on Poetry Woodcut MAP Mount Argentario

      In Vinetia : Appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii e Fratelli, 1550. Second edition. Adams T786. - 1550 Italian Letters of Claudio Tolomei on Poetry Woodcut MAP Mount Argentario “A beautiful collection of Italian letters!” A fine edition of the letters on poetry and history by Claudio Tolomei printed by Gabriel Giolito. Giolito was the leading Venetian printer during his lifetime was the first to publish collection of individual authors in independent volumes! This book of letters includes a map of the west-coast of Italy, showing Mount Argentario. Many of the letters are addressed to famous men such as Bishop Gabriel Cesano and Italian poet Annibal Caro. Tolomei, an early 16th-century philologist, is not to be confused with the 2nd-century astronomer with the same name. Item number: #210 Price: $750 TOLOMEI, Claudio. Dele lettere di M. Claudio Tolomei libri sette. In Vinetia : Appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii e Fratelli, 1550. Second edition. Adams T786. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 303, [1] • Superb vellum binding! • Language: Italian • Size: ~6.5in X 4in (16.5cm x 10cm) • We find this same title selling elsewhere for as much as $2,700 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Illuminated Manuscript: Large Initial

      np: np, 1550. Grand initial "L" cut from a 16th century northern European antiphonal richly painted on parchment. Initial painted in gold on a black background with a gold design. Resting on top of initial is a large snail. Surrounding initial is a floral scene featuring bright finely painted flowers & leaves in pink, white, gray, red, green, and yellow. The scene is framed by a square painted in gold. Gold is partly peeling off initial and square. Initial is framed in a lovely gold frame with custom matting and UV protected glass.Frame Size: 8x10 inchesCutting: 116 x 101 mm. Very Good.

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        Jerusalem Civitas Sancta

      1550. (HOLY LAND) MÜNSTER, Sebastian. Jerusalem Civitas Sancta, Olim Metropolis Regni Judaici, Hodie Vero Colonia Turcae. [Basle: Heinrichum Petri, circa 1550]. Single double-page sheet of laid paper (16 by 12-1/2 inches), window-framed (entire piece measures 18-1/2 by 15 inches). $2500.First or early impression of Münster’s striking woodcut bird’s-eye view of Jerusalem, translated, “Holy City of Jerusalem, once capital of the Jewish kingdom, today a colony of Turkey,” extracted from the an expanded 1550s edition of his famous Cosmographia Universalis.“Sebastian Münster’s Cosmographia was an immensely influential book that attempted to describe the entire world across all of human history and analyze its constituent elements of geography, history, ethnography, zoology and botany. First published in 1544 it went through 35 editions and was published in five languages, making it one of the most important books of the Reformation period” (Matthew McLean). Münster’s academic contemporaries thought of him as a Hebraist— there is no evidence that he ever taught geography or the mathematical sciences (see Burmeister). He attained a reputation as a geographer only after the publication of the definitive 1550 edition of his Cosmographia, which included a large number of additional town prospects, among them this splendid prospect of Jerusalem. “The central view is of the Temple Mount, seen from the east, from the Mount of Olives, with north to the right… Since the gate in the eastern wall known as the Golden Gate is depicted in ruins, this view may derive from ones earlier than 1538, when the Ottoman sultan, Suleiman the Magnificent, rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem in the manner we know them today” (Arnold vander Nat). Text in Latin and Hebrew. This view was first published in the 1550 edition in Latin of the Cosmographia, pages 1016-19. Latin editions were published in 1550, 1552, 1554, 1559, and 1572, but the 1572 edition was paginated differently (with the view of Jerusalem appeared on pages 1176-77), so this clearly comes from an edition from the 1550s. An early pencil note on the lower right corner of “1559” suggests that it may have been extracted from a volume published in that year. Tooley, Mapmakers, 26. See Shirley, Maps in the Atlases of the British Library T.MUN-1a through T.MUN-1i. Early paper repair to joining on verso, light embrowning. An extremely good copy.

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        DE TOTA GRAECIA LIBRI DECEM quibus non solum urbium situs, locorumq(ue) intervalla accurate est complexus, sed Regum etiam familias, bellorum causas & eventus, sacrorum ritus, Rerumpub. status copiose descripsit; hactenus a nemine in linguam latinam conversi, nuncque prim in lucem editi: Abrahamo Loeschero interprete. ANGEBUNDEN / BOUND WITH: Gerbelius, Nicolaus.

      Basel, Oporinus 1550 - Folio. 5 nn. leaves, 438 pp, 23 nn. leaves Index. Contemporary pigskin binding, the front fly is missing, the rear is partly splayed. Zeitgen

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        Schriftsteller (1875-1955). Eigenh

      Pacific Palisades San Remo Drive 16 IX (19)47 Format: 214 x 137 cm 1 Seite Mit eigenh

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        A treatise of schemes & tropes very profytable for the better understanding of good authors, gathered out of the best grammarians & oratours.Whereunto is added a declamacion, that chyldren even strapt fro their infancie should be well and gently broughte up in learnynge. Written fyrst in Latin by the most excellent and famous clearke, Erasmus of Roterodame

      imprynted at London by Iohn Day dwellinge ouer Aldersgate, beneth saint Martyns. And are to be sold at his shop by the litle conduit in Chepesyde at the sygne of the Resurrection, [London 1550 - First edition, small 8vo (139 x 86mm), ff. [116], collating A-O P ; printed in Black Letter throughout; woodcut initials; later vellum-backed marbled boards; title leaf torn at the top margin (no loss); the binding lightly rubbed. Early ownership signature of Thomas Ferrar on the title page; ex-Earls of Macclesfield, with their North Library bookplate on the front pastedown and their blindstamp at the top of the title page. Part of this is a translation of the De civilitate morum puerilium. libellus of Desiderius Erasmus, which was regularly reprinted throughout the 16th century. Rare: ESTC records only 6 copies of this translation, only the Huntington and Yale in the U.S. STC 22484; Alston VI, 8. Sherry's work "is a mirror of one variation of rhetoric which came to be called the rhetoric of style. As a representative of this stylistic school.it carries forward the medieval concept that ornateness in communication is desirable; it suggests that figures [of speech] are tools for achieving this ornateness; it supplies examples of ornateness to be imitated in writing and speaking; it supports knowing the figures in order to understand both secular and religious writings; it proposes that clarity is found in the figures. In short, the work assisted Englishmen to understand eloquence as well as to create i" (Herbert W. Hildebrandt in his introduction to the 1977 facsimile reprint). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Risposte Cavalleresche del Mutio Iustinopolitano

      1550 - In Vinegia a Ppresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari e Fratelli. MDL ( 1550). En 8º menor. Encuadernación siglo XVIII en plena piel, cortes marmoleados, 121 folios 1 h. con marca del impresor. Buen ejemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Contrasehtung der fürnemen Statt Venedig/sampt den umbligenden Inseln 1550 Early Bird's Eye View of Venice Italy (Renaissance Era)

      Heinrich Petri, Basel 1550 - This beautiful 1550 bird's-eye view of Venice depicts the historic city of Venice within the Venetian Lagoon. Rendered beautifully to contrast the calm shallow lagoon with the turbulent seas beyond the sand banks, the view depicts the sestiere of Venice and includes two text blocks describing the city and its history. The generalized style of many of the buildings allow finer architectural detail in churches, buildings, and city walls to stand out. A few sail boats can be seen in the waters.This map is from the 1550 edition of Sebastian Munster's "Cosmographia," a text that, when first published in 1544, was the earliest German description of the world. It quickly became one of the most successful books of the 16th century and was published in 24 editions. In good condition with minor wear along the original centerfold. Some foxing and staining at places. Overall age toning. Closed verso repairs along top margin. Original plate mark is visible.Professor Sebastian Munster (1488-1552) was a German cosmographer, humanist, theologian and scholar. His seminal work "Cosmographia" was published in numerous languages and is considered the most popular book of the 16th century. Furthermore, Munster is also credited with contributing to a revival of geography in Germany. Wonderful black and white example. Map. Uncolored woodcut. Sheet measures 14" x 16.5".

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        De medicinali materia, libri sex, Ioanne Ruellio interprete. Cuilibet capiti additae Annotationes..Lugduni, apud Balth. Arnolletum, 1550

      ArnoulletBalth, 1550. in-8, pp. (32), 790, leg. coeva p. perg. con unghia, tit. ms. al dorso. Impresa tipogr. al tit., iniz. silogr., svariate centinaia d'illustrazioni botaniche n.t. Dedica a Franc. Sangelasio. Pregevole edizione della celebre traduzione di Ruel, pubblicata nel 1516 per la prima volta, della piu' importante opera dell'antichita' in campo botanico farmacologico. Sotto il titolo di ogni capitolo viene riportata la nomenclatura, oltre che in greco e latino, anche in italiano. Il sesto libro tratta anche del veleno e degli animali velenosi. L'opera e' una traduzione di Dioscoride, il piu' importante medico botanico dell'antichita', che influenzo' per circa 16 secoli tutti gli studi botanici occidentali. ''Until well into the 17th century.. all botanical studies were based on this book, and the greater part of any new botanical matter published in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries was in the form of a commentary on Dioscorides'' (PMM). Dioscoride, nato a Tarso nel primo secolo d.C., viaggio' molto e studio' ovunque le erbe e le piante durante i suoi viaggi. Suo fu il primo sforzo di catalogazione sistematica delle piante esistenti; egli descrive circa 500 piante. Bell'esempl.

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        Apuleio dell'Asino d'Oro tradotto per Messer Agnolo Firenzuola fiorentino. Con privilegio. In Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, MDL (1550)

      G.Giolito, 1550. in-12, ff. 140 (numerati 142 per errore, perché al f. 142 si fece succedere il 145, saltando i fogli 143 e 144. Esempl. assolutamente completo). Impresa di Giolito sul titolo ed altra, diversa, al recto dell'ultimo foglio. Splendida legatura moderna d'amatore in marocchino granata elegantemente decorata in oro da filettature varie a intreccio, fregi floreali sui piatti e al dorso, titolo oro, dentelle int., tagli dor. (firmata Lortic). Prima edizione della traduzione dell'Asino d'Oro fatta dal Firenzuola liberissimamente, attribuendo a se stesso ciò che Apuleo aveva finto di se trasformato in asino. Dedicata a Lorenzo Pucci da Lorenzo Scala. Stupendo esemplare, freschissimo, assai raro.

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        Rhetoricorum ad c. Herennium libri IIII. Incerto Auctore. Ciceronis De inuentione libri II. De oratore, ad Q. fratrem libri III. Brutus, siue, De claris oratoribus liber I. Orator ad Brutum. Topica ad Trebatium. Oratoriæ partitiones...

      Venice, Italy: Aldo Filii, 1550. 179 leaves followed by one leaf with printer's device (Aldus/Aldine) on verso; 136 leaves followed by one leaf with printer's device (Aldus/Aldine) on verso; 56 leaves followed by one leaf with printer's device (Aldus/Aldine) on verso. Title of the first part continued "...Initium libri De optimo genere oratorum." Followed by additional work bound in: "Marci Tullii Ciceronis officiorum libre tres: Cato Maior, uel de Senectute: Laelius, uel de Amicitia: Paradoxa Stoicorum sex: Somnium scipionis, ex libro sexto de Republica" dated 1551. [2] leaves, 131 leaves, [3] leaves with printer's device on final page of index/text. Engraved bookplate on inside front cover: George Paterson of Castle Huntley, Esq. Measures 5.75 inches (height). Bound in original full leather binding with moderate wear on the hinges, which are starting to split, remaining intact and attractive. The spine is heavily and beautifully gilt decorated. Early edition.. Early edition. Hardcover. Very good condition. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        Contrasehtung der fürnemen Statt Venedig/sampt den umbligenden Inseln 1550 Early Bird's Eye View of Venice Italy (Renaissance Era)

      Basel: Heinrich Petri, 1550. unbound. Map. Uncolored woodcut. Sheet measures 14" x 16.5". This beautiful 1550 bird's-eye view of Venice depicts the historic city of Venice within the Venetian Lagoon. Rendered beautifully to contrast the calm shallow lagoon with the turbulent seas beyond the sand banks, the view depicts the sestiere of Venice and includes two text blocks describing the city and its history. The generalized style of many of the buildings allow finer architectural detail in churches, buildings, and city walls to stand out. A few sail boats can be seen in the waters.This map is from the 1550 edition of Sebastian Munster's "Cosmographia," a text that, when first published in 1544, was the earliest German description of the world. It quickly became one of the most successful books of the 16th century and was published in 24 editions. In good condition with minor wear along the original centerfold. Some foxing and staining at places. Overall age toning. Closed verso repairs along top margin. Original plate mark is visible.Professor Sebastian Munster (1488-1552) was a German cosmographer, humanist, theologian and scholar. His seminal work "Cosmographia" was published in numerous languages and is considered the most popular book of the 16th century. Furthermore, Munster is also credited with contributing to a revival of geography in Germany. Wonderful black and white example.

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        Tutte le opere... divise in V Parti, et di nuovo con somma accuratezza ristampate

      Pietro Chouet, 1550. 4to (cm. 22), 2 cc.nn., 351 (1), 2 cc.nn., 116 pp., 13 pp., 304 pp., 158 (ma 168) pp., 170 pp., 1 c.nn. bianca. Oltre al frontis. iniziale, altri quattro frontis. Attraente legatura coeva in piena pergamena con fregi e titolo oro al ds. Fregi a secco ai piatti. Tagli azzurri. Restauri al margine esterno del frontespizio e alle prime 16 carte, con alcuni aloni. Macchia di inchiostro al margine inferiore del piatto posteriore che interessa anche in minima misura alcune carte. Per il resto, ottimo esemplare della famosa edizione c.d. della Testina per le ripetute piccole immagini sui diversi frontespizi del busto dell’Autore. Ex libris cartaceo al contropiatto di L. Froissart. Gamba, 623, n. 2.

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        Tutte le opere : I. Historie di Nicolo Machiavelli. II. Il Principe. La Vita di Castruccio Castracani da Lucca. Il Modo che tene il Duca Valentino. I Ritratti delle cose della Francia et della Alamagna. III. Discorsi. IV. I Sette Libre dell'arte della guerra. V. Dell'Asino d'oro. Capitolo dell' occasione. Capitolo di fortuna. Capitolo della ingratitvdine. Capitolo dell' ambitione. Decennale, cioè compendio delle coste fatte in X. anni in Italia. Novella piacevolissima. Mandragola, comedia

      One of five editions called "At the testina" (because of Machiavelli's portrait repeated in securities), printed in Geneva in the early seventeenth, around 1620. This is neither the first nor the second issue of which characteristics are known, but the last three, which differs snack.Binders modern brown cardboard speckled the bradel. back smooth. parts of title in red morocco. In a perfect state. Copy of freshness. S.n. S.l. 1550 (ca.1620) 16x22,5cm (4) 441pp. et (4) 140pp. et 364pp. [i.e. 362] et 185pp. (14-1 bl.) (2f. Pl.) et (4) 189pp. 5 volumes reliés

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        Contrasehtung der fürnemen Statt Venedig/sampt den umbligenden Inseln 1550 Early Bird's Eye View of Venice Italy (Renaissance Era)

      Basel: Heinrich Petri, 1550. unbound. Map. Uncolored woodcut. Sheet measures 14" x 16.5". This beautiful 1550 bird's-eye view of Venice depicts the historic city of Venice within the Venetian Lagoon. Rendered beautifully to contrast the calm shallow lagoon with the turbulent seas beyond the sand banks, the view depicts the sestiere of Venice and includes two text blocks describing the city and its history. The generalized style of many of the buildings allow finer architectural detail in churches, buildings, and city walls to stand out. A few sail boats can be seen in the waters.<br><br>This map is from the 1550 edition of Sebastian Munster's "Cosmographia," a text that, when first published in 1544, was the earliest German description of the world. It quickly became one of the most successful books of the 16th century and was published in 24 editions. In good condition with minor wear along the original centerfold. Some foxing and staining at places. Overall age toning. Closed verso repairs along top margin. Original plate mark is visible.<br><br>Professor Sebastian Munster (1488-1552) was a German cosmographer, humanist, theologian and scholar. His seminal work "Cosmographia" was published in numerous languages and is considered the most popular book of the 16th century. Furthermore, Munster is also credited with contributing to a revival of geography in Germany. Wonderful black and white example.

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        Comentari della Moscovia Et partimente della Russia, & delle altre cose belle & notabili, composti gia latinamente per il Signor Sigismondo libero Barone in herberstain. Neiperg & Guetnbag, tradotti novamente di latino in lingua nostra vuolgare Italiana.

      In Venetia, In Venetia, per Gioan Battista Pedrezzano. Cum Privilegio del Illustries Senato Venetiano Peranni, MDL []. 1550 - Zeitgenössischer oder etwas späterer Pergamenteinband, Rückenschildchen, 8°, 8 Bl, 90 paginierte Doppelseiten, 4 Bl, 1 kolorierte Titelillustration, 6 kolorierte Holzschnittillustrationen, 26 in Holz geschnittene Initialen; -Rückenschildchen etwas beschädigt, montierter Katalogausschnitt auf dem Vorsatz, Gelenke etwas angeplatzt, einige Seiten fleckenspurig, Karte fehlt. Herbersteins wichtiger, erster Bericht über seine Reisen nach Russland wurden 1549 zuerst in lateinischer Spracher veröffentlich und dann hier in der italienischen Übersetzung in Venedig herausgebracht. Die Holzschnitte sind Nachschnitte der ersten Ausgabe von Augustin Horschvogel, sie zeigen Waffen, Kostüme und Trachten aus Rußland sowie Basil III., Großfürst von Moskau. [Orig.-Titel: Rerum Moscoviticarum Commentarii; dtsch.: Reise zu den Moskowitern]. Herkunft: Hamburger Privatsammlung.

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        Pratique abrégée des jugements astrologiques sur les nativités.

      XVIIIe siècle. ____ Manuscrit d'une belle écriture ronde, très lisible, d'évidence de la main d'un copiste professionnel du XVIIIe siècle. Henri de Boulainvilliers, qui a compulsé plus de deux cents ouvrages pour rédiger son traité, a repris le titre et l'ordre du manuel d'astrologie d'Auger Ferrier de 1550, tout en tenant compte de la nouvelle place assignée au soleil, au centre des planètes. Le manuscrit s'achève par une traduction partielle du " Petit Ptolomée, par Argole", probablement le "Ptolomaeus parvus in genethliacis junctus Arabibus", d'Andea Argoli (1652). Le Comte de Boulainvilliers (1658-1722) a laissé une quantité de manuscrits, car il ne se souciait que fort peu de faire publier ses ouvrages; il en laissait volontiers ses amis en prendre copie. Il est célèbre pour ses recherches historiques, qui le conduisirent à déclarer que le système féodal est le chef-d'oeuvre de l'esprit humain. On lui attribue aussi des textes athéistes et anti-religieux. Celui-ci, sur l'astrologie, écrit en 1717, a circulé sous forme de manuscrit pendant plus de deux siècles. Il n'a été publié qu'en 1947 ! Il semble ne subsister de ce manuscrit que trois exemplaires dans les bibliothèques publiques (2 à la BN et un à la BM d'Angoulème). Charnières fendillées, manque à la coiffe supérieure. Bon exemplaire, très frais intérieurement. *****. In-4. [221 x 178 mm] Collation : (540) pp. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en basane rouge, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.).

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        De mentha pusilla per Petrum Bembum Priapus loquitur Spain c 1550

      

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        La description de l'isle d'Utopie ou est comprins le miroer des républicques du monde & l'exemplaire de vie heureuse.

      Paris, Charles L'Angelier, 1550. ____ Première édition en français, la traduction est de Jean Le Blond, poète normand. L'ouvrage a été publié pour la première fois, en latin, à Louvain en 1516. La traduction anglaise n'a parue qu'un an après cette édition française. Illustré par 12 bois gravés à mi-page, certains répétés, qui ont été gravés pour cet ouvrage. On y trouve une figure de l'auteur en train d'écrire, un chien couché à ses pieds. En tête on trouve un épître de Guillaume Budé. Thomas More (1478-1535), le plus illustre représentant anglais de l'humanisme, refusa de reconnaitre la souveraineté du roi d'Angleterre sur l'Eglise. Il fut convaincu de haute-trahison et exécuté. Très bel exemplaire, parfaitement établi par Thibaron-Joly. Brunet III, 1894 : "Edition rare." Printing and the Mind of Man 47 : "Thomas More is a saint to the Catholic, and the predecessor of Marx to the Communist. His manifesto is and will be required reading for both, and for all shades of opinion between." Fairfax Murray, Early French Books 391. ***** First French edition. The English translation has been published only on one year after this edition. Illustrated by 12 woodcuts. In-8. Collation : (8), 105, 7 ff. Maroquin rouge,dos à nerfs orné, grand fleuron doré sur les plats, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Thibaron-Joly.).

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        Il Re

      1550. Bulino, privo di firma, circa 1550. Della serie conosciuta come I Tarocchi del Mantegna. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con parziale filigrana "cerchio con stella", con margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. La serie conosciuta come I Tarocchi del Mantegna. Probabilmente inciso prima del 1467, questo mazzo di 50 carte fu erroneamente attribuito ad Andrea Mantegna, ma per lo stile è collegato all'ambito ferrarese. Il mazzo, di cui si conoscono due serie soprannominate E ed S, è suddiviso in cinque gruppi di dieci carte. L'ordine numerico corrisponde a una precisa gerarchia d'importanza. Ogni gruppo inizia con Le condizioni umane, prosegue poi con Apollo e le Muse, le Arti e le scienze, con particolare riferimento alle Arti Liberali , ossia a quel complesso di conoscenze teoriche considerato indispensabile all'uomo libero. Nel Medioevo cristiano erano considerate superiori alle Arti meccaniche tra cui figuravano quelle visive. Successivamente si passa agli Spiriti e alle Virtù, poi ai Pianeti e le Stelle dell'Universo, aderenti alla classica visione di Tolomeo e infine all'Ottava Sfera, al Primo Mobile e alla Prima Causa, cioè Dio. Non sappiamo come veniva usato questo mazzo: più che carte da gioco, i tarocchi del Mantegna sembrerebbero un'opera didattica e istruttiva, cosa tutt'altro che rara in epoche in cui la diffusione delle idee non aveva la velocità odierna. Il contenuto stimolava quindi il giocatore ad un'ascesa verso la perfezione, simile al viaggio di Dante dall'Inferno al Paradiso. La serie dei Tarocchi fu ripresa da molti artisti come Wolgemut e Albrecht Dürer. Hans Ladenspelder ne fece una copia a stampa, databile a circa il 1550. Magnifico esemplare. Bibliografia: J.A. Levinson, Early Italian Engravings from the National Gallery of Art, National Gallery of Art, M Zucker in KL Spangeberg (ed.), Six Centuries of Master Prints, Cincinnati Art Museum, 1993, no. 5; Hollstein, XX, 65; Hind, Early Italian Engraving, I.235.8a; Bartsch XIII.131. 98 180

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        Rovine romane

      1550. "Acquaforte, 1550, firmato in lastra, in basso a sinistra "H. Cock. F." In alto a sinistra Incerte cuisdam ruine prospectus". Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questa incisione appartiene alla celebre suite "Monimenta Praecipua Aliquot Romanae Antiquitatis Ruinarum Monumenta..." edita ad Anversa nel 1551. Le stampe della serie riproducono delle vedute che Cock aveva disegnato a Roma (1546-1548) e, eventualmente, bozzetti di altri artisti. Il corpus comprende alcune delle rovine più grandi di Roma, la Basilica di Costantino, il Colosseo e il Palatino, ma nessuna è topograficamente accurata né strutturalmente precisa, al punto che il famoso archeologo famoso e topografo Christian Hulsen fu portato a concludere che la loro divergenza dai resti fisici li ha resi ""senza valore"". Tuttavia, la precisione archeologica non era l'obiettivo perseguito da Cock, dal momento che la sua finalità dichiarata era quella di fornire un repertorio di motivi architettonici ad uso degli artisti nordici che non potevano studiare le antichità di prima mano. La popolarità della serie fu tale da essere ristampata nel 1570, e la casa editrice di Cock produsse altri due compendi di rovine romane nel 1561 e il 1562. A differenza dei suoi contemporanei Antonio Lafreri e Antonio Salamanca che proposero le immagini ricostruite dei singoli edifici, Cock mostra in queste incisioni il suo gusto per le rovine inserite nei paesaggi. Questa incisione, ad esempio, nonostante la sua iscrizione, che letteralmente significa "veduta di una qualche rovina oscura" non è aderente "al vero" (come si sostiene nel lungo titolo), ma è un vero e proprio capriccio. Un ruscello che si origina da una piccola cascata sullo sfondo, si snoda poi in tre rami, di cui uno attraversa l'architettura come un canale. L'apertura nella volta a botte non è presente in nessuna architettura romana antica, e non è chiaro quale funzione avrebbe potuto avere un simile edificio." "Etching, 1550, signed on platea t lower left "H. Cock. F.". Inscribed at top left "Incerte cuisdam ruine prospectus". Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, in very good condition. From the series Monimenta Praecipua Aliquot Romanae Antiquitatis Ruinarum Monumenta... published in Antwerp in 1551. The prints of the series reproduces views that Cock had drawn in Rome (1546-48) and possibly sketches by other artists. The corpus comprised some of Rome's grandest ruins, the Basilica of Constantine, the Colosseum, and the Palatine, but none is topographically accurate nor structurally precise, causing the reversed celebrated archaeologist and topographer Christian Hulsen to conclude that their divergence from the physical remains made them "worthless."" However, archaeological precision was not uppermost in Cock's mind, for his avowed intention was to provide a building repertoire of motifs for the use of northern artists unable to study the antiquities at first hand. The popularity of the prints was such that the Monumenta was reprinted in 1570, and Cock's publishing house issued two other compendia of Roman ruins in 1561 and 1562. Unlike his contemporaries Antonio Lafreri and Antonio Salamanca who speculatively reconstructed individual buildings, Cock exhibited a taste for ruins in the landascape and the entrophy of the ruins themselves (which he the emphasized in the title print of the Monimenta with a poem by Cornelis Grapheus). This View of Unidentified Ruins- such a despite its inscription, which translates literally as""a view of some obscure ruin is not""true to life"" (as the preface claims) but is really a capriccio. A brook wends its unconvincing way from the background over a small waterfall to fork three ways, with two branches flowing off the margins, and the third winding back through the architecture like a canal. This structure is evidently a pastiche. The oculus piercing the barrel vault appears in no authentic Roman architecture and was derived either from observing the apertures in a collapsed vault at the Colosseum or possibly the refectory of the convent of Santa Caterina da Siena a Largo Magnanapoli, where sich a skylight was cut through the ancient vault. The parabolic stone arch (unknown in Western architecture before preface the seventeenth century) overlying a flattened one is equally improbable. Finally, it is unclear what function such an edifice could have had, though what appears to be a raked wall for seating can be glimpsed at the left middle distance, suggesting that this caprice began life as another view of the oculus Colosseum or the waterlogged Circus Maximus. (Fabio Berry)" Barryte, p. 516 n. 114.1; Hollstein, 45 284 226

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        Lutezia città de Parigini celebratissima per tutto il mondo, & notissima, capo del regno di Francia

      1550. Basilea Basle 360 270

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        L'Ethica d'Aristotile tradotta in lingua vulgare fiorentina, et comentata per Bernardo Segni.

      1550. Firenze MDL (1550). In-8 (22 x 15 cm) reliure postérieure en basane havane, dos à nerfs à caissons dorés et pièces de titres rouge et verte, roulettes et fleuron sur les plats, tranches tachetées, un ex-libris sur la garde, tampons et écrits en page de garde volante, page de titre historiée, lettrines historiées, belles typographies, 547 pages, 5 f., 2 f. n.p. Exemplaire très frais avec de petits défauts à signaler : deux feuillets restaurés en bordure, une auréole claire de la p. 453 à 472, de nombreuses erreurs de pagination comme souvent. 8vo in full-calf 18th binding, gilt spine in compartments, labels in red & green, gilt border scroll & on boards, spotted edges, nice engraved title-page, historical letters, nice typography. [547], [5], [2]. A nice copy with only few flaws : damp-staining from p. 463 to 472 ; error of pagination. Français relié DeCollection

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        Opus Lilium medicinae inscriptum

      910 (i.e. 920), [14] pp., [1] Lugduni [Lyon], Apud Gulielmum Rouillium [excudebat Philibertus Rolletius], 1550, in-8, 910 (i.e. 920), [14] pp, [1] ff. blanc, vélin postérieur, pièce de titre rouge, Au colophon : Lugduni, excudebat Philibertus Rolletius. Édition peu courante de cette compilation de textes du médecin du XIIIe siècle Bernard de Gordon, qui comprend son livre principal, la "Fleur de lys en médecine" : ouvrage rare éclairant sur les pratiques et sur la pensée médicale au Moyen Âge, le Lilium se présente comme un manuel pratique à portée quasi encyclopédique, à l'usage des élèves en médecine, décrivant les différents maux, leurs symptômes, leurs causes, leurs effets et leurs traitements. Belle édition, issue de la collaboration entre le célèbre imprimeur lyonnais Guillaume Rouillé et le libraire-imprimeur Philibert Rollet. Elle comprend les 7 Particula du Lilium, ainsi que les traités De decem ingeniis curandorum morbor, De regime, De prognosticis, Tractatus de urinis et Tractatus de pulsuum. Elle s'achève sur des tableaux de pharmacopée et de remèdes. Bernard de Gordon, que l'on croit originaire du Quercy, étudia la médecine à Montpellier et l'enseigna à son tour en 1283 ; on sait qu'il est encore actif en 1308. Sa pensée médicale, issue de l'héritage antique et des connaissances arabes, est émaillée de ses propres observations et de sa pratique personnelle. Il rédigea plus d'une dizaine d'ouvrages destinés à l'enseignement ; ses travaux firent autorité pendant de nombreuses années et le Lilium, composé en latin et achevé en 1303 ou en 1305, fut incorporé dans le corpus de l'Articella universitaire. Il circula sous forme de copies manuscrites en différentes langues et, à partir de 1480, connut une douzaine d'éditions imprimées. Annotations manuscrites anciennes sur la page de titre dont un ex-libris d'un médecin ; qui apparait également à la fin du texte : "Roussetus ? ...", avec les dates de 1600 et 1621. Étiquette ex-libris moderne d'un médecin au contreplat. Importante lacune angulaire au titre, réparée, avec seulement une très légère atteinte au texte ; réparation en marge du 2e feuillet, une déchirure sans perte, réparée au 4e feuillet. Moisissure ancienne en pied de plusieurs feuillets dans le premier quart de l'ouvrage Durling, n° 542. Wellcome I, n° 801. Baudrier IX, 169

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        Gli otto libri di Thucydide Atheniese, delle guerre fatte tra popoli della Morea (Better Known as the History of the Peloponnesian War) (The 8 Books Bound as One in Italian)

      Unknown, 1550. The full title is: Gli Otto Libri di Thucydide Atheniese, Delle Guerre Fatte Tra popoli Della Morea, et Gli Atheniesi con Ogni Diligenza Tradotto, per Francesco di Soldo Strozzi Florentino. This is an early printed edition of 1550 made in Venice of the Italian translation of the famous History between Athens and the Pleoponnesus (Morea). Thucydises lived between 460BC and 399BC. Binding is vellum wit abbreviated title in gilt on the spine, the page edges have been dyed a greenish color - both are probably not original but later additions, illustrated with a few wood cuts, 440 text pages. This volume contains all eight books bound together. Cover shows general soiling and light wear for its age. Inside the end papers a bit wrinkled and sever three digit numbers have been written on the front paste down, green dyed page edges have been rubbed of color in spots, very occasional corner crease. A very nice copy of this scarce early work. The book is now protected in a custom made blue cloth covered clam-shell box. Images available. USPS tracking used on all domestic shipments. Francesco was a 16th century noble who was appointed as secretary of the Roman Court Ambassador of Emperor Maximilian. He was also known as translator from both Greek and Latin. His name is sometimes transcribed as Di Soldo Strozzi, Francesco and Soldo Strozzi, Francesco di. This book weighs a bit more than 2 pounds and may need additional postage for Priority or International shipment. . Later Edition. Hard Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket.

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        Tabula Europae VII

      Basilea 1550 - Silografia, mm. 260x340. Tratta da un'edizione della "Geographia universalis" di Tolomeo, curata dal grande erudito tedesco. Ottimo esemplare perfettamente conservato.

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        Madonna con Bambino tra le rovine

      1550. Bulino, circa 1550. Magnifica prova di questa rara incisione, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "brocca con fiore", rifilata alla linea marginale, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Non descritta dai repertori. Engraving, 1550 approx. Excellent example of this rare subject, printed on contemporary laid paper with "with flower" watermark, trimmed to platemark, in perfect condition. This work is not described in the catalogues. 215 315

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        Tractatus iudiciarii ordinis in tres libros digestus, quorum primus prolegumena, altera causarum merita, tertius decisoria iudiciorum continet.

      8. 9 Bl., 521 S., 13 Bl., Pergamentband der Zeit auf drei Bünden mit Deckelblindprägung. Erste Ausgabe. - Schwartzenthaler, Jurist aus Wiener Neustadt, 1550 in, 1565 in Padua immatrikuliert, Dr.jur. , Professor an der jur. Fakultat in Wien bis mind. 1594, Syndicus der Landschaft unter der Enns, aus Osterreich emmigriert, 1503 Markgraflich brandenburgischer Rat und Reichshofrat. (vgl. http://thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01094521). Einband etwas angeschmutzt. Reste eines Exlibris auf dem Innendeckel. Stellenweise verknickte Ecken. Insgesamt schönes und sauberes Exemplar.

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        Opus Lilium medicinae inscriptum

      1550 - 910 (i.e. 920), [14] pp., [1] Lugduni [Lyon], Apud Gulielmum Rouillium [excudebat Philibertus Rolletius], 1550, in-8, 910 (i.e. 920), [14] pp, [1] ff. blanc, vélin postérieur, pièce de titre rouge, Au colophon : Lugduni, excudebat Philibertus Rolletius. Édition peu courante de cette compilation de textes du médecin du XIIIe siècle Bernard de Gordon, qui comprend son livre principal, la "Fleur de lys en médecine" : ouvrage rare éclairant sur les pratiques et sur la pensée médicale au Moyen Âge, le Lilium se présente comme un manuel pratique à portée quasi encyclopédique, à l'usage des élèves en médecine, décrivant les différents maux, leurs symptômes, leurs causes, leurs effets et leurs traitements. Belle édition, issue de la collaboration entre le célèbre imprimeur lyonnais Guillaume Rouillé et le libraire-imprimeur Philibert Rollet. Elle comprend les 7 Particula du Lilium, ainsi que les traités De decem ingeniis curandorum morbor, De regime, De prognosticis, Tractatus de urinis et Tractatus de pulsuum. Elle s'achève sur des tableaux de pharmacopée et de remèdes. Bernard de Gordon, que l'on croit originaire du Quercy, étudia la médecine à Montpellier et l'enseigna à son tour en 1283 ; on sait qu'il est encore actif en 1308. Sa pensée médicale, issue de l'héritage antique et des connaissances arabes, est émaillée de ses propres observations et de sa pratique personnelle. Il rédigea plus d'une dizaine d'ouvrages destinés à l'enseignement ; ses travaux firent autorité pendant de nombreuses années et le Lilium, composé en latin et achevé en 1303 ou en 1305, fut incorporé dans le corpus de l'Articella universitaire. Il circula sous forme de copies manuscrites en différentes langues et, à partir de 1480, connut une douzaine d'éditions imprimées. Annotations manuscrites anciennes sur la page de titre dont un ex-libris d'un médecin ; qui apparait également à la fin du texte : "Roussetus ? .", avec les dates de 1600 et 1621. Étiquette ex-libris moderne d'un médecin au contreplat. Importante lacune angulaire au titre, réparée, avec seulement une très légère atteinte au texte ; réparation en marge du 2e feuillet, une déchirure sans perte, réparée au 4e feuillet. Moisissure ancienne en pied de plusieurs feuillets dans le premier quart de l'ouvrage Durling, n° 542. Wellcome I, n° 801. Baudrier IX, 169 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera quatenus in hunc usque diem extare noscuntur, omnia accuratissima recognitione & solerti collatione ad fidem exemplarium permultae antiquitatis restituta nativae integritati. Quae nostra haec editio praeter superiores nunc primum typis evulgat, nosse licebit ex catalogo & appendice. 2 Bände.

      4. Mit zwei Holzschn.-Titelvignetten u. zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen. 58 nn., 451 num., 4 nn. Bll. 485 num. Bll. - Angeb. - Opuscula quaedam et sermones D. Bernardi Claraevallensis [...] quae nec in Lugdunensibus, neque in Parisiensibus impreßionibus reperiuntur [...]. Ebda., 1550. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen. 45 num., 3 nn. Bll., Flex. Pgmt.-Bde. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentiteln. Frühe Venezianische Ausgabe der Werke des Bernhard von Clairvaux. - Bernhard von Clairvaux [1090-1153], bedeutender Mystiker des Mittelalters, Kreuzzugsprediger, theologischer Gegner des Peter Abaelard, Kirchenlehrer, Heiliger [...] trat 1112 mit 30 Verwandten und Freunden, von denen vier seine Brüder waren, in das strenge Reformkloster Citeaux bei Dijon ein, das Stammkloster des 1098 gestifteten Zisterzienserordens. 1115 wurde er als Abt mit zwölf Mönchen zur Gründung des Klosters Clairvaux gesandt. Bernhard brachte den Zisterzienserorden mit seiner rücksichtslosen Askese und Armut rasch zu höchster Blüte und vollzog von Clairvaux aus, das bald den Glanz von Cluny überstrahlte, 68 Neugründungen. Er verzichtete auf hohe kirchliche Würden, gewann aber durch diplomatisches Geschick, schriftstellerische Gewandtheit und glänzende Rednergabe als Ratgeber der Großen, der Bischöfe, Fürsten und Päpste beherrschenden Einfluß auf sein Zeitalter (Bautz I, 530). - Einbände berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Rücken des ersten Bandes m. Fehlstelle. Schließbänder fehlen. Vorderdeckeln m. Nummernschild. Titelbll. gestempelt. Seitlicher Schnitt des ersten Bandes tintenfleckig. Die ersten u. letzten (weißen) Bll. m. Läsuren bzw. Knickspuren. Etw. gebräunt, fleckig bzw. tlw. wasserrandig. - Nicht bei Adams u. im BM STC, Italian Books.

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        Vergil P. Vergilii Maronis Aeneidos Liber primus bis Liber duodeccimus ( I bib XII ) mit 13 handkolorierten farbigen Holzschnitten um 1550 Libri Primi Aeneidos Figura. siehe Beschreibung

      P. Vergilii Maronis Aeneidos Liber primus bis Liber duodeccimus ( I bib XII ) mit 13 handkolorierten Holzschnitten um 1550 Libri Primi Aeneidos Figura. Hierbei handelt es sich um eine Ausgabe die ich im VD 16 nicht gefunden habe, da es sich um den Abschnitt eines Buches von Seite 111 bis Seite 460 handelt. Es ist ein Abgeschlossener Teil. Es wurde vermutlich um 1800 in Hardcover nach gebunden mit marmoriertem Einband. Für das alter sehr gutes Exemplar, fest gebunden, sauberer Seitenrand, keine Einrisse. Leider ist ein Holzschnitt für die heutige Zeit nicht sehr fachmännisch restauriert, er hat einen geraden längsseitigen Schnitt (nicht direkt sichtbar) der oben und unten mit Papier befestigt wurde, dadurch ist der Text auf der Rückseite nicht betroffen, aber die Abbildung eben am oberen und unterem Rand ist betroffen. Die Ausgabe enthält 13 farbige handkolorierte Holzschnitte die Vergleichbar mit der Ausgabe im VD 16: P. Vergilii Maronis Poemata Qvae Extant Omnia: Adiectis figuris egregie depictis ... Et ... Annotationibus, ... Cvm ... Indice 1563 Der Textteil ist vergleichbar mit den Ausgaben im VD 16: P. Vergilii Maronis Poemata, quae extant, omnia: Adiectis figuris egregie depictis. Et doctissimorum uirorum Scholijs ac Annotationibus, partim antehac, partim nunc primum publicatis ... Cvm rerum & uerborum Indice 1563 sowie: P. Vergilii Maronis Poemata, Quae Exstant Omnia: Adiectis figuris egregie depictis, & doctissimorum Virorum scholiis ac annotationibus, partim antehac, partim nunc primum publicatis 1572 Im Buch vorn steht: Ich habe diese Ausgabe mit der Ausgabe Bryding 1549 verglichen und habe , wenn es Unterschiede gab, diese notiert (Anmerkungen im Buch). Weitere Eintragungen: Aus der Bibliothek von Beyer habe ich, Ernst Friedrich Klotz diese Buch für 4 Groschen erworben, 1815 Schneeberge. Dann ging das Buch an den Bruder Ernst Friedrich Klotz 1817 weiterer Besitzervermerk als Stempel: Hauptmann Baarmann mit Nr. und Handschriftlich C. Baarmann. Die Anmerkungen im Text sind historisch sehr interessant.

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        De Simplicium Medicamentorum Facultatibus . Libri XI. Theodorico Gerardo Gaudano Interprte. (Ed. 1550 !)

      Das ist die Übersetzung aller 11 Bände., betreffend die Heilkräuter, des berühmten griechischen Philosophen und Arztes, Galenos von Pergamon (um 200 n.Chr.), welcher in der Renaissance, in welcher diese Werke ins Latein übersetzt wurden, Claudius Galenus genannt wurde. Der Titel erschien um 1550, bei Gulielmus Rouillus, Lugdunum (Lyon, offenbar ein Ableger eines venizianischen Verlegers). Der Band enthält eine Aufzählung und Beschreibung der in der Antike verwendeten (Pflanzen-) Heilmittel: Von Acacia, Acerba, Allium (Lauch), Copros, Elatine, Hedera(Efeu), über Sorbus (Mehlbeeren), Succus (Lakritz), Vitex (z.B. Mönchspfeffer) bis Vulpes, Xyris und Zythus . Gebunden in Schweinsleder (vermutlich später 18.Jhd). 8x12, Pp. 734. Einband für das Alter noch ganz gut, untere Teil des Titelblattes mit Erscheinungsdatum fehlend, kl. Marke auf Rücken. Block selbst, kompakt und noch ziemliche gut erhalten. This is the translation of all 11 volumes, concerning to the herbs (medicine) of the famous greek philosoph Galenos of Pergamon, which was in the Renaissance, in which this book was translated in Latin language, named Claudius Galenus. It contents a listing and a discription of herbs, which was used in Greece and in the Roman Empire about 200 p.Chr. as pharmaceuticals. (From A as Acacia to Z as Zythus). Pp. 734. Binding in pigskin. Binding quiet good, part of the title page is missing (about 10% with the edition-date). Block compact and good condition.

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        Sententiarum lib. IIII. Quibus author ille in divinis scripturis exercitatissimus, universae theologiae summam, ex orthodoxorum patrum decretis atque sententiis mirabili compendio & arte complexus est: ut jure optimo Magister Sententiarum merverit cognominari. Per Ioannem Aleaume [.]. Postremo, index copiosus in singulos libros, materias insigniores ordine literario continens.

      Paris, Maurice (Mauricius) à Porta Witwe, 1550. - Seltener Druck von Petrus Lombardus' Hauptwerk. - Der in der Lombardei geborene Lombardus (gest. 1164) studierte in Bologna, Reims und Paris. 1159 wurde er Bischof von Paris. - Sein vorliegendes Hauptwerk &#132;ward unzähligemale kommentiert und behauptete bis auf die Reformation ein fast klassisches Ansehen. In ihm erscheint zum erstenmal im Abendlande die Dogmatik zusammengeschlossen als ein systematisches Ganzes. Ihren Stoff bilden die Aussprüche der Kirchenväter, die dann unter Widerlegung der verschiedenen Einwendungen wissenschaftlich begründet werden sollen. Dies ist die Methode der Sententiarier geblieben". - Deckeln leicht geworfen. Vorsatz- u. Titelbl. m. alten Besitzvermerken. Erste Hälfte m. kl. Wurmloch. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Randläsuren. Schwach gebräunt u. gegen Ende leicht wasserrandig. - Nicht bei Adams bzw. im BM STC, French Books. la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 4°. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten. 4 Bll., 654 S., Mod. Pgmt.

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        SCHEMBART CARNIVAL BOOK; illuminated Renaissance manuscript on paper with 64 drawings in pen and ink with watercolor and 22 additional pen and ink drawings

      A COMPLETE AND CUSTOMIZED RECORD OF THE FAMOUS NUREMBERG CARNIVAL PARADE, WITH MARVELOUS AND ECCENTRIC ILLUSTRATIONS. Illuminated manuscript on paper in German, Germany, likely Nuremberg, c. 1550-1600. 310 x 205 mm. 88 leaves, some watermarks in Piccard, complete, no ruling, written in various German cursive hands in one column of varying lengths, SIXTY-FOUR FULL-PAGE DRAWINGS in very fine condition, colored with washes, some details in gold and silver leaf, TWENTY-TWO SMALLER PEN DRAWINGS, probably added only slightly later. BINDING: Contemporary limp vellum with flap, loose in binding, lacking fore-edge ties, inscribed on spine, "Schempart Buech." ILLUSTRATION: A series of sixty-four stunning colored illustrations, somet with gold and silver, is at the center of this precious manuscript. As is customary in Schembart books, these illustrate a sequence of masked runners representing the Hauptmann, or captain of each year's carnival parade, wearing a mask and a highly decorative costume and usually identified by a coat of arms. The details of these costume are consistent from one manuscript to the next, but vary considerably in how they are represented. The twenty-two additional drawings were added a bit later by a separate artist, whose work shows the influence of Albrecht Dürer. They depict the carnival floats (known as Hölle, or Hells) and were drawn at a much higher level of execution than is common in other manuscripts. TEXT: This manuscript is one of the earliest preserved chronicles of the famous Schembartlauf, a carnival parade that was held on Shrove Tuesday in the German city of Nuremberg from 1449 to 1539. Short text entries accompanying each full-page drawing relate the details of who participated in the carnival each year it took place, what they wore, and sometimes what route they took or, in the years the carnival did not take place, relating the reasons why, whether unrest or plague. The final eighteen leaves were added shortly afterwards and they offer another textual chronicle of the carnival, as well as an account of how the Schembartlauf was first instated in Nuremberg: the parade originated as a privilege granted by Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV to the butchers' guild of Nuremberg, who had not joined the other city guilds in overthrowing the patrician town council. Members of the guild could wear masks (a rough translation of Schembart, which literally means "hiding beard"), dance, perform fencing matches, and parade, accompanied by runners who protected the dancers while wearing masks and extravagant costumes of their own and brandishing lances and boughs of leaves that concealed fireworks. The many corrections to the text here reflects early owners' keen interest in possessing a reliable historical record of the Schembart carnival. PROVENANCE: This copy was customized for its first owners, the members of the influential patrician family of Kress von Kressenstain in Nuremberg, who featured prominently in the carnival; engraved armorial ex libris of Iohannes Guilhelmus Kress à Kressenstain dated 1619 on the first front flyleaf. Engraved armorial ex libris of the Prince Liechtenstein glued to front pastedown; purchased from that library by H. P. Kraus in 1949. Belonged to Paul and Marianne Gourary (Paul, d. 2007); their bookplate underneath the Kressenstain label. Included in Christie's New York 6 June 2009 sale, Splendid Ceremonies: The Paul and Marianne Gourary Collection of Illustrated Fête Books (lot 309). CONDITION: Paper thin and thumbed toward margins, minor stains and spots throughout, some offsets of the washes of the drawings, very few minor tears, binding splits at head and foot of flap fold, but otherwise in very fine condition. Full description and photographs available.

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        L'Architettura ... Tradotta in Lingua Fiorentina da C. Bartoli ... Venedig, Franceschi, 1565. 404 S., 14 Bll. Mit figürl. Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre, 1 Holzschnitt-Porträt, 82 teils ganzseit. Textholzschnitten sowie einigen figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Kl.-4. Hpgt. d. 18. Jhdts. mit goldgepr. RSch. (etw. fleckig u. berieben).

      Index Aurel. 102.394 Adams A 489 Cicognara 375 Fowler S. 9 Millard Coll. 7.- Erste Quart-Ausgabe, insgesamt dritte Ausgabe von Bartolis Übersetzung, erschien im selben Jahr wie die zweite Folio-Ausgabe.- Hauptwerk des Architektur-Theoretikers Alberti in der Nachfolge Vitruvs.- Bei den Holzschnitten handelt es sich um verkleinerte seitenverkehrte Nachschnitte der Florentiner Folio-Ausgabe von 1550.- Vorderes Vorsatzblatt mit Eintragung von alter Hand '1790. Bought at the Pinelli sale 4 shillings'.- Titel und folgendes Blatt mit minimaler Fehlstelle im breiten weißen Außenrand, die letzten Blätter mit kleinem Tintenfleck in der oberen Außenecke. Vereinzelt schwach stock- bzw. leicht fingerfleckig, insgesamt schönes Exemplar.

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        Gemeine Beschreibung aller . Länder .

      - Holzschnitt v. Sebastian Münster, um 1550, 32,5 x 37,5 cm. Dekorative Ansicht Nordeuropas.- Karte etwas gebräunt. Rechte untere Ecke im Rand fehlt. Unten im Rand beschnitten. Leichte Falten. Im Falz z.T. hinterlegt. Am Rand etwas abgegriffen. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Northern Europe. "Sweden". "Gemeine Beschreibung aller . Länder" / Depiction of all . countries". Wood engraving by Seb. Muenster ca. 1550. 32.5 x 37.5 cm. JPEG pictures upon request. Decorative view of Northern Europe.- Map a bit brownish. Right corner at the bottom of the margin is missing. Cut in the margin at the bottom. Slight folds. Partial backing at the fold. Margin a bit worn out.

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        Sententiarum lib. IIII. Quibus author ille in divinis scripturis exercitatissimus, universae theologiae summam, ex orthodoxorum patrum decretis atque sententiis mirabili compendio & arte complexus est: ut jure optimo Magister Sententiarum merverit cognominari. Per Ioannem Aleaume [...]. Postremo, index copiosus in singulos libros, materias insigniores ordine literario continens.

      Paris, Maurice (Mauricius) à Porta Witwe, 1550. 4°. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten. 4 Bll., 654 S., Mod. Pgmt. Seltener Druck von Petrus Lombardus\' Hauptwerk. - Der in der Lombardei geborene Lombardus (gest. 1164) studierte in Bologna, Reims und Paris. 1159 wurde er Bischof von Paris. - Sein vorliegendes Hauptwerk „ward unzähligemale kommentiert und behauptete bis auf die Reformation ein fast klassisches Ansehen. In ihm erscheint zum erstenmal im Abendlande die Dogmatik zusammengeschlossen als ein systematisches Ganzes. Ihren Stoff bilden die Aussprüche der Kirchenväter, die dann unter Widerlegung der verschiedenen Einwendungen wissenschaftlich begründet werden sollen. Dies ist die Methode der Sententiarier geblieben“. - Deckeln leicht geworfen. Vorsatz- u. Titelbl. m. alten Besitzvermerken. Erste Hälfte m. kl. Wurmloch. Wenige Bll. m. kl. Randläsuren. Schwach gebräunt u. gegen Ende leicht wasserrandig. - Nicht bei Adams bzw. im BM STC, French Books. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Petrus Lombardus, Sententiarum lib. IIII.

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        De Vita et Moribus sacerdotum opusculum singularem eorum dignitatem oftendens, & quibus ornata esse debeant virtutibus, authore Iudoco Clichthoueo theologo Parisiensi. Item Sacri canonis missæ parphrastica explicatio per Michaelem suffraganeum Moguntinum. Ionnes Rokziana de septem sacramentis de non scriptis traditionibus

      Parisiis: Apud Viuantium Gaultherot, sub insigni D. Martini, via ad D. Iacobum. 1550. Third edition, 3 parts in one,16mo (115 x 78mm), ff. [4], 182, [2], 53 [i.e. 55], lacks final blank G8, occasional shaving of head-lines, some light damp-staining of the first 50 leaves, title of part 2 with small repair on outer blank margin, front free endpaper with small piece excised from upper margin, early nineteenth century marbled boards with paper spine and Ms. label, a nice copy. Jodocus Clichtoveus, Flemish Reformhumanist important and controversial Catholic theologian of the Reformation period; one of the most influential teachers at the Sorbonne in Paris, initially stood on the side of the humanists and suggested a result of religious disputes on the side of strict scholasticism. As followers of moderate reforms, he turned decisively against Luther. Provenance: Contemporary Ms. note on upper blank margin of title; ownership inscription of R. R. Duke, Rector of Birlingham, on front paste-down. Adams, 2199.

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        Adorazione dei pastori

      1550. Bulino, circa 1550. Da un soggetto del Parmigianino. Ottima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "cerchio con giglio", rifilata al rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Non descritta. Engraving, 1550 approx. After a subject of Parmigianino. Excellent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with " fleur - de - lys with circle" watermark, trimmed to platemark, in very good condition. Not described in the catalogues. 220 265

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        San Giacomo

      1550. Bulino, firmato in lastra in basso a destra. Bellissima prova di questa rara incisione, impressa su carta vergata priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Engraving, signed at lower right. A good impression on contemporary paper, trimmed to the platemark, in good condition. Passavant 15; Hollstein 19 90 195

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        Aerisio abbandona Danae e Perseo nel Mar Egeo

      1550. Acquaforte, 1550 circa, da un soggetto di Giulio Romano. Magnifica prova di questo rarissimo lavoro, attribuito dal Passavant al Torbido dal Moro. Impressa su carta vergata coeva con fiigrana "sole nel cerchio", rifilata dentro il segno del rame con perdita di parte incisa, in eccellente stato di conservazione. L'opera è conosciuta anche semplicemente con il titolo di "Donna in una barca con uomo e bambino". Etching, 1550 circa, after a subject by Giulio Romano. Magnificent example of an extremely rare work, ascribed to Torbido dal Moro by Passavant. Printed on contemporary laid paper with "sun in the circle" watermark, trimmed inside the plate sign with the loss of a part, in excellent condition. He work is also known with the name of "Woman on a boat with man and child". Passavant VI. P. 139, Meyer II, 41.15; Bellini (Ghisi) p.37, 3/1. 210 174

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