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        Catalogus anorum et principum sive monarchum mundi geminus plerisque in locis obscurioribus illustratus & in caelebrioribus locupletatus atquae a mendis, recognitione diligenti repurgatus. Cum accessione multorum aliorum quae in priori aeditione non continebantur .

      Matthias Apiarius,, Bern, 1550 - Bern, Matthias Apiarius, 1550. Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., XCIX Bl. Mit 126 Textholzschnitten von Jakob Kallenberg und Hans Galatin. Titel und letztes Blatt mit Holzschnittdruckermarke. Halblederband über Holzdeckeln im Stile der Zeit. VD16 R 3892. - Adams R 985. - Zweite wesentlich erweiterte Ausgabe. Anselm Ryd wurde der erste bernische Geschichtsschreiber der 1505 aus Rottweil nach Bern gekommen war. Sein erstmal 1540 gedruckter, kurzer Abriss der Weltgeschichte war eigentlich ein Nebenprodukt zu seiner erst im 19. Jahrhundert gedruckt erschienenen Geschichte der Stadt Bern. Die von Kallenberg geschnittenen Porträts erinnern stark an Holbein. - Durchgehend gebräunt und wasserrandig. Titel und die letzten 10 Blätter angerändert und stellenweise mit alten Papierhinterlegungen. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin Halblederband über Holzdeckeln im Stile der Zeit. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chinesische Möbel (Chinese Furniture / Les Meubles de la Chine). 54 Lichtdrucktafeln nebst Vorwort und Register. Stuttgart, Julius Hoffmann Verlag 1924. Printed in France. Gr. 4° (ca. 33,5 x 26 cm), 6 Seiten Text u. 54 lose getönte Lichtdrucktafeln. Beiheft und Tafeln in Halbleinenmappe mit sehr schön bedrucktem Reispapierbezug. 54 Tafeln antiker chinesischer Möbel des 15. bis 17. Jahrhunderts (Ming- u. Qing-Dynastie). Das Register enthält eine Kurzbeschreibung jedes Möbels mit Beschreibung, Größenangabe, Datierung und Provinienz. Zustand: Kapital gering beschädigt; Titelblatt leicht stockfleckig; ansonsten sehr schönes u. seltenes Exemplar.,

      - Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1550

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        ALEXANDRI Ab ALEXANDRO, Iurisperiti Neapolitani, Genialivm Diervm Libri Sex, Varia ac Recondita Ervditione Referti, Accuratius & maiore side quˆm antehac vsquam impressi, cum duplici indice.

      Apud Ioannem Roigny vi Iacobea, sub insigni Basilisci, & Quatuor Elementorum., Parisiis [Paris]: 1550 - T.p. woodcut device, "Prelum Ascensianum". Alexandro, Italian jurist of Naples, studied law at Naples and Rome, later practicing in both cities. Subsequently, he became dissatisfied with the corrupt administration of justice, quiting the bar & devoting himself to literary pursuits. His "Genial Days" discusses his growing disgust with pervasive injustice, ignorance & arbitrary disregard of the laws, citing several cases as examples. The work also touches on religious matters, government, grammar & textual criticism, superstition social customs, military affairs, history & philosophy, and even Roman antiquities. This work a popular one, and here we offer an early 16th C edition, in an interesting period binding, of the widely circulated title, which went through many editions during the 16th & 17th C., especially in Italy & France. General soiling to binding. Wear to spine ends. Age-toning to paper. Very minor worming to lower margin at rear of text block. A solid VG copy. Contemporaneous binding, composed of waste vellum which shows a faint hint of manuscript lettering. Title hand-inked to spine, as well as text-block bottom edge. Cords visible. Remnants of leather ties to covers' 3 edges. Folio: a - e^6 f^8 A - 2H^6 [- 2H6, a blank]. 12-3/4" x 8-1/2". Early edition, 1st published in 1522. Not in Adams, though see entry 721 for a 1549 edition by Roigny. 76], 370 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        LE INGENIOSE SORTI composte per Francesco Marcolini da Forli. Intitulate Giardino di Pensieri, Novamente Ristampate, e in Novo et Bellissimo Ordine Riformate.

      1550 - Venise, Francesco Marcolini, juillet 1550. Petit in-folio (225 X 322) demi-vélin ivoire, plats de papier dominoté, auteur, titre, lieu d'édition et date calligraphiés au dos en rouge et noir (reliure XVIIIe) ; A-Z4, Aa-Cc4 : 104 feuillets. A partir des figures des philosophes (page 64) il est donné un même numéro pour deux pages. Nombreuses restaurations aux premiers feuillets, l'encadrement architectural du portrait de l'auteur est masqué par un feuillet de doublure, marges du feuillet 43/44 rognées. UN GRAND LIVRE SUR LA DIVINATION ET LE DÉCHIFFREMENT DE L'AVENIR. Seconde édition, aussi rare que la première parue en 1540. Frontispice de Joseph Forta, portrait de l'auteur au verso, 50 GRAVURES représentant les cartes à jouer, les chances, les Vertus et les Vices et 50 autres figurant les philosophes, dont sept répétées, le tout gravé sur bois ; avec des explications en vers par Lodovico Dolce. Célèbre traité d'interrogation, voire de maîtrise du hasard au moyen de cartes à jouer. Francesco MARCOLINI (ca 1500-1559), avant tout imprimeur, exerça pendant environ un quart de siècle, de 1535 à 1559, avec une longue interruption en 1546 lorsqu'il se rendit à Chypre comme cavalier du Podestat. Philipp Hoefer écrit à propos de Marcolini : « Imprimeur italien? qui n?est guère connu que comme rédacteur d'un ouvrage curieux et fort recherché des bibliophiles : Le Sorti ». L'ADMIRABLE ICONOGRAPHIE du livre, due à Giuseppe PORTA, élève de Francesco Salviati, occupe la moitié des pages, où l'on voit de nombreux personnages dans les situations les plus diverses et singulières, exprimant toutes les nuances de l'espoir et du désespoir humain face aux lois du destin. Toutes les pages du livre sont, par ailleurs, illustrées de près de deux cent combinaisons de cartes, accompagnées d'explication en vers par Lodovico Dolce. La grande figure du titre montre un groupe débattant dans le "giardino di pensieri". Les figures du premier plan disposent d'un jeu de cartes et du livre même de Marcolini, tandis que d'autres interrogent un astrolabe. La composition du titre dérive d?un dessin de Francesco Salviati, gravé par Marco Dente. Cervolini ("Marcolini", page 20) tout comme Mauroner ("Incisione di Tiziano", 42) rejettent l'attribution du portrait à Salviati et l'attribuent au Titien. (« Les "Sorti" de Marcolini sont un des plus beaux livres de gravures sur bois italiens. », CAILLET, III, 7113 - HARVARD, 280, reproduit des illustrations de l'ouvrage sur quatre pages ? BERÈS, "80 ans de passion, 3ème vente", n°242, exemplaire de l?édition de 1540 ? SANDER, 4231 ? BRUNET, III, 1407-1408, Suppl.I, 941). MODESTE EXEMPLAIRE de cet ouvrage rare, qui a probablement dû être très compulsé et manipulé, mais qui a néanmoins réussi à traverser les siècles pour arriver jusqu'à nous, complet et aisément consultable. GOOD COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Le diable boiteux. Avec une préface par H. Reynald. Gravures à l`eau-forte par Ad. Lalauze. 2 Bde. Paris, Librairie des Bibliophiles 1880. Paris, Librairie des Bibliophiles 1880. 2 Bll., XV, 196 S., 1 Bl. u. 2 Bll., 224 S. Mit 9 Radierungen auf Tafeln. Signierte Ganzmaroquinbände (Durvand-Pinard) mit reicher Goldprägung, mehrfache Filiten, Steh- u. Innenkantenvergoldung, Spiegel u. Vorsätzen aus Moireseiden, allseitigem Goldschnitt u. eingebundenen Orig.-Umschlägen in 2 Schmuckschubern. Innenkantenfileten. Originaler Umschlag mit eingebunden. (= Édition Jouaust. Petite Bibliothèque artistique). - Eines von 30 Exemplaren auf Papier de Chine in einem wunderbaren Meistereinband. Die Buchbinderin Durvand Pinard ist Tochter u. Nachfolger von Luc

      - Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1550

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        Biblia/ Det er den

      gantske Hellige Scrifft, udsæt paa Danske. Kbhvn.: Ludowich Dietz 1550. Fol. (552) blade. Indbundet i 1800tals halvpergament med de originale messingspænder på forpermen (flapperne mangler). Titelbladet samt portrættet af Adam og Eva mangler og er erstattet med sider fra faksimileudgaven udgivet af Munksgaard 1928. 2 sider med minimale teksttab på grund af et par småhuller og hjørneafklip. Arkene XIX,XVIII og XVII i Syrachs bog indbundet i omvendt rækkefølge. Enkelte sider repareret i margin, samt nogle sider med fugtskjolde. Ellers et relativt godt eksemplar med bred margin.. Danmarks første trykte helbibel, som oftest benævnt Christian III's bibel. Efter at Sverige i 1541 havde fået sin første fuldstændige bibeloversættelse, gav Christian III efter anbefaling af den tyske reformator Johan Bugenhagen ordre til, at man skulle påbegynde en oversættelse af den samlede bibeltekst efter Luthers tyske tekstudgave. Christiern Pedersen, udgiveren af Saxos Danmarkshistorie i Paris 1524, havde allerede oversat store dele af bibelteksten. En kommission, blandt andre bestående af teologen Niels Hemmingsen, biskoppen Peder Palladius og præsten Peder Tidemand, fik til opgave at gennemgå og revidere teksten. Da der i 1540'erne ikke fandtes en bogtrykker i Danmark, der kunne påtage sig så stor en opgave, blev Rostock-bogtrykkeren Ludwig Dietz i 1548 indkaldt for med hele sit typemateriale at komme til København for at forestå trykningen. Dietz var kendt for nogle år forinden i Lybeck at have trykt en plattysk udgave af bibelen, og den danske bibel, som i 1550 forelå færdigtrykt i 3000 eksemplarer, var da også teknisk set en kopi af Lybecker-udgaven. Dennes illustrationer af Erhard Altdorfer, hvor de bibelske figurer optræder i 1500-tals dragter, blev også brugt i den danske bibel, dog blev der specielt til den danske udgave udført et træsnit af Christian III, som findes bag på hovedtitelbladet, samt et helsides træsnit af det danske rigsvåben omgivet af en bred ramme, begge udført efter forlæg af den tyske maler Jacob Brinck, der var elev af Albrecht Dürer.Laur. Nielsen 15. Thesaurus 75

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        Costumen, usantien pollitien ende stijl van procederen der stadt jurisdictie, en[de] vrijheyt va[n] Utrecht gheapprobeert en[de] ghedecreteert, . . .[Colophon:] Amsterdam, printed by Willem Jacobsz. and sold at Utrecht by Jan van Gelre, 1550. 4to. With the title and the arms of the city of Utrecht in red and black in a 4-piece woodcut frame with figures and decoration, the arms repeated below the red and black colophon with the publisher's authenticating signature in dark brown ink; 3 different woodcut coats of arms for the Habsburg Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, each with a different bearing: 2 small in the text, with his motto "plus oultre", and a full-page one on the verso of the last leaf. Late 18th-century boards, marbled paper sides.

      BMC STC Dutch, p. 217; Moes & Burger 169; STCN (8 copies, incl. 2 incomplete); Typ. Batava 5825 (10 copies, incl. some incomplete); not in Adams. First edition of the laws of the city and province of Utrecht, promulgated in 1550. The text includes a description of the duties of the officials at court, the procedures, and the crimes and penalties. This copy comes from the library of Peter Bonham (1727-1800), professor of law at Utrecht and legal historian. It is extensively annotated, especially in several sections concerning marriage, divorce, inheritance and the transfer of money, so that parts of the margins are nearly full.Some copies have a single leaf of errata inserted after D4, not present in this copy. In very good condition, with the upper part of one bifolium detached from the sewing and the corner of one leaf torn off with no loss of text.

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        Beschryvinghe van de vijf colomnen, van architecture. With the preliminaries of the French issue added: Description des cinq ordres de colomnes.Amsterdam, Claes Jansz. Visscher [letterpress text printed by Paulus van Ravesteyn], 1634. Folio. With engraved vignette on the Dutch title-page; woodcut ornament on the French title-page; 16 half-page engraved plates (ca. 25 x 9.5 cm, printed on the inside columns) by Claes Jansz. Visscher after the original woodcuts; 5 full-page numbered engravings of the five orders of columns after Wendel Dieterlin, and 1 full-page engraving of decorative pilasters. 18th(?)-century half sheepskin parchment.

      Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) XXXVIII, pp. 159-160, 392-413 note; De Long & De Groot I, 319, c. 1-5; STCN (1 copy); WorldCat (2 copies of French issue); cf. BAL 311-313 and 881; Harris & Savage, British architectural books, p. 121. Extremely rare second bilingual (Dutch and French) edition of a classic architectural work on the five orders of classical columns, here with all texts and materials from the two different issues. The book first appeared in Latin at Zürich in 1550 and was translated into numerous languages, including Dutch in 1592. Visscher published a Dutch edition in 1617 and the first bilingual (Dutch & French) edition in 1623. The book was originally illustrated with large-scale diagrammatic woodcuts (here, as in most 17th-century editions, with copperplates) that could easily be understood and that certainly helped to assure the books popularity throughout Europe for over a century. The present copy may be called the Dutch issue, for the illustrations are printed next to the Dutch text and the book begins with the Dutch preliminaries, but the French preliminaries have been included between the Dutch preliminaries and the main text. Although both title-pages say printed by Visscher, this refers to the printing of the copperplates. He must have farmed out the letterpress printing, for its type, initials and ornaments clearly identify the printer as Paulus van Ravesteyn. Rather worn, with a tear across the title-page repaired at an early date (using a strip of paper from a 17th or 18th century drawing of children or putti, pasted to the blank back of the leaf), some leaves reinforced at the edges, some water stains and soiling. The paper sides are damaged. A rare and attractive edition of an architectural classic, combining all material from two different issues.

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        Biblia/ Det er den

      . gantske Hellige Scrifft, udsaet paa Danske. Kbhvn.: Ludowich Dietz 1550. Fol. (552) blade. Indbundet i 1800tals halvpergament med de originale messingspaender pa forpermen (flapperne mangler). Titelbladet samt portraettet af Adam og Eva mangler og er erstattet med sider fra faksimileudgaven udgivet af Munksgaard 1928. 2 sider med minimale teksttab pa grund af et par smahuller og hjörneafklip. Arkene XIX,XVIII og XVII i Syrachs bog indbundet i omvendt raekkefölge. Enkelte sider repareret i margin, samt nogle sider med fugtskjolde. Ellers et relativt godt eksemplar med bred margin. * Danmarks förste trykte helbibel, som oftest benaevnt Christian III's bibel. Efter at Sverige i 1541 havde faet sin förste fuldstaendige bibeloversaettelse, gav Christian III efter anbefaling af den tyske reformator Johan Bugenhagen ordre til, at man skulle pabegynde en oversaettelse af den samlede bibeltekst efter Luthers tyske tekstudgave. Christiern Pedersen, udgiveren af Saxos Danmarkshistorie i Paris 1524, havde allerede oversat store dele af bibelteksten. En kommission, blandt andre bestaende af teologen Niels Hemmingsen, biskoppen Peder Palladius og praesten Peder Tidemand, fik til opgave at gennemga og revidere teksten. Da der i 1540'erne ikke fandtes en bogtrykker i Danmark, der kunne patage sig sa stor en opgave, blev Rostock-bogtrykkeren Ludwig Dietz i 1548 indkaldt for med hele sit typemateriale at komme til Köbenhavn for at foresta trykningen. Dietz var kendt for nogle ar forinden i Lybeck at have trykt en plattysk udgave af bibelen, og den danske bibel, som i 1550 forela faerdigtrykt i 3000 eksemplarer, var da ogsa teknisk set en kopi af Lybecker-udgaven. Dennes illustrationer af Erhard Altdorfer, hvor de bibelske figurer optraeder i 1500-tals dragter, blev ogsa brugt i den danske bibel, dog blev der specielt til den danske udgave udfört et traesnit af Christian III, som findes bag pa hovedtitelbladet, samt et helsides traesnit af det danske rigsvaben omgivet af en bred ramme, begge udfört efter forlaeg af den tyske maler Jacob Brinck, der var elev af Albrecht Dürer.<br>Laur. Nielsen 15. Thesaurus 75..

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        Tutte le Opere di Nicolo Machiavelli cittadino et secretario Fiorentino, divise in V. parti et di nuovo con somma accuratezza ristampate al santissimo et beatissimo padre Signore nostro Clemente VII. Pont. Mass

      o. O. 1550 [eig. Geneva ca. 1640].. 5 Tle. in 1 Bd. gr.-8°. 8, 320, 280, [4]., 106 S., [16], 152, 158 S. Mit 5 wdh. Titelportr. Pgmt. d. Zt. Deckel u. erste Bll. fleckig. 1 Bl. m. Randabriß (ohne Textberührung) u.1 Bl. m. kl. Loch. vgl. Brunet III, 1274f.; Bertelli-P. Innocenti, Bibliografia machiavelliana, 206 a; Graesse IV, 325 - Vierte der fünf Testina-Ausgaben. Editione della testina. The work is dated 1550 but it was in fact published in the first half of the 17th century. With five repeated woodcut portraits of Machiavelli on titles and double-page woodcut of an army camp.

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        Olisiponis oder Lisbonae der fürnemmen/und wegen des gewaltigen Grosskaufmann Gewreb/so allda getrieben

      Basel ca. 1550. Halbvogelschau Ansicht von Lissabon, altkoloriert, Holzschnitt, 28 x 36. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Die Galerien von München- Eine Stahlstichsammlung der vorzüglichsten Gemälde der Königl. Pinakothek, der Herzogl. Leuchtenberg`schen und Schleissheimer Gallerien. Ohne Text. 2 Bde. in one. Leipzig und Dresden: Payne c. 1850. Mit 120 Stahlstichen.,

      - Sehr schöner Ganzledereinband mit vergold. Titel u. Blindprägung auf Vordeckel u. Rückenvergoldung. Mit Aufkleber "Fabryka Fryd Friedleina" Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 1550

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        "Lindaw." Holzschnitt aus der deutschen Ausgabe der "Cosmographia. Beschreibung aller Lender ..." von S. Münster. 1550. 27:36,3 cm. - Auf der vollen Doppelseite.

      Münster, 1550. Fauser 1550. - Schefold 46020. - Sehr frühe Ansicht auf die von Palisaden umgebene Stadt, mit dem Blick auf Bregenz und die Rheinmündung..

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        Von dem landt Armenia/dem Grössern

      Basel ca. 1550. Karte zeigt den Kaukasus mit Armeneien, altkoloriert, Holzschnitt, 29 x 16. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        De nothis spuriisque filiis liber. In quo omnia quae ad hanc materiam pertinent copiosissime tractantur.

      Apud Anselmum Giaccarellum,, Bologna (Bononiae), 1550 - Bologna (Bononiae), Apud Anselmum Giaccarellum, 1550. Folio. Titelblatt mit Druckersignet, (7), 95gezählte Blätter. Pergamentband auf drei Bünden geheftet. Rücken ausgebessert. Buchdeckel wahrscheinlich Handschrift auf Pergament. Sehr schöner, gut leserlicher Druck. Buchkanten etwas bestoßen und zum Teil ausgebessert. Gabriel Paleotus, Cardinal und Erzbischof zu Bologna, auch Bischof zu Sabina, Sohn von Alexander Paleoti, ein Enkel von Vincentii und ein Vetter Annibal und Camillo, alleseits berühmte Rechtsgelehrte. Geboren am 22.Oktober 1522 zu Bologna. Professor juris civilis et canonici in Bologna, unter Paul IV. Auditor der Rota Romana, Teilnehmer des Konzils von Trient, dadurch erhielt er den Kardinalshut und die erzbischöfliche Würde, gestorben 23.Juli 1597 zu Rom. Holthöfer, Coing, Handbuch II,1/338: Gabriel Paleotti (1522-1597) de nothis spuriisque filii, Bologna 1550, Lyon 1570, Venedig 1572 und 1584 (?), Tractatus Venedig 1584, Bd.VIII,2 45-74; Frankfurt 1573, 1587, 1597, 1607, 1612; accessit Tractatus de libera hominis nativitate auctore Ponto Heutero, Hagae Comitum 1655. Ganzseitiges Druckersignet auf der letzten Seite: Herkules im Kampf mit der Hydra: Bononiae, apud Anselmum Giaccarellum, 1550. Sprache: lateinisch Sehr schöner, gut leserlicher Druck. Buchkanten etwas bestoßen und zum Teil ausgebessert. Pergamentband auf drei Bünden geheftet. Rücken ausgebessert. Buchdeckel wahrscheinlich Handschrift auf Pergament. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        I SETTE LIBRI DELL'ARTE DELLA GUERRA, di NICOLO MACHIAVELLI cittadino et secretario fiorentino.

      No place or printer, 1550.1550, small 4to, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, vignette portrait of the author on title page, at the rear are 7 double page plans of battles and encampments, Italian text, pages: 185 plus 18 unnumbered, collation: a - aa4, bb6, bound in modern quarter blue morocco over marbled sides, raised bands, gilt motif in compartments and gilt lettering to spine, marbled endpapers and silk marker. Corners very slightly worn, a few pages lightly age - browned, an occasional small pale damp stain to margins. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. The present work is Part IV of an edition of Machiavelli's writings entitled "Tutte le opere di Nicolo Machiauelli cittadino et secretario fiorentino, divise in 5. parti, et di nuouo con somma accuratezza ristampate", all the volumes of which are dated 1550 on the title page with no place or printer (see Adams M9). Although Adams accepts the date of 1550, others believe that this edition was printed circa 1620 and possibly in Geneva (see Copac, copy held by Warwick University with identical collation). The Art of War (1521), one of only a few works of Machiavelli to be published during his lifetime, is a dialogue set in the Orti Oricellari, a garden in Florence where humanists gathered to discuss philosophy and politics. The principal speaker is Fabrizio Colonna, a professional condottiere and Machiavelli?s authority on the art of war. The basis for the book is the creation of a modern army. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Tes Kaines Diathekes hapanta : Euangelion kata Matthaion. Kata Markon. Kata Loukan. Kata Ioannen. Praxeis ton Apostolon = Nouum IESU Christi D.N. Testamentum. Ex Bibliotheca Regia.

      Lutetiae : Ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, Regiis typis, 1550Third Greek New Testament published by Robert Etienne, 1550, all before "Nouum" in the title is in Greek type, Part 2 has title (in Greek type): Paulou tou Apostolou epistolai. Folio, approximately 330 x 220 mm, 13 x 8¾ inches, printer's basilisk device on each title page, large historiated initials, historiated architectural headpieces and columns to canons of Eusebius, other decorated headpieces, ruled in red throughout, pages: [32], 1 - 268 [268 misnumbered 272], 1 - 202, PART II LACKING PAGES 193 / 194 AND FINAL UNNUMBERED LEAF WITH ERRATA, COLOPHON AND PRINTER'S DEVICE, collation: *8, **8, a - q8, r6; A - M8, N6 ( - N1 and N6), contents: title - leaf; preface by R. Stephanus, in Greek and Latin (1 leaf); "Hypomnema peri tou Euangeliou" by St John Chrysostom (Greek: 7 pages); canons of Eusebius (7 pages); "Pinax martyrion" (passages from the Old Testament: 5 leaves); Greek verses by H. Stephanus (1 leaf); Sophronius' life of Matthew, and "Prooimion" to Matthew by Theophylact (1 leaf); Greek text of Gospels and Acts (p. [1] - 272); title - leaf to Part II and Greek text of epistles and Revelation (p. [1] - 202). Rebacked in modern calf, maroon gilt lettered label, gilt decoration and rules to spine, worn old reverse calf covers, gilt lettered leather label to upper cover with gilt surounds, speckled edges. Covers rubbed, shelf wear to edges, corners slightly worn with boards just showing at tips,, 1 corner repaired, 20th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown, rear pastedown missing, neat inscription at top of front endpaper, original endpaper carries on reverse the supposed signature of the great Cardinal Charles de Lorraine (1524 - 1574) with Latin notes in a 16th century hand below it, signature of La Curne in lower margin of title page (Jean - Baptiste de La Curne de Sainte - Palaye? (1697 ? 1781) French historian, classicist, philologist and lexicographer), with a few words partially erased next to it, single tiny wormhole from original endpaper to a5, faint browning to a1, interlinear translation into Latin in a faint brown tiny hand on pages 1 - 21, intermittent faint browning to margins, 3 fore - edges expertly remargined, no loss of print, 10 mm (½") chip to lower edge of a4, faint damp staining to top margin of c3 - c7, d7 - e1, f2 - f3, and M4 and N3, small rust mark to page 49 with loss of a couple of Greek characters, very occasional small mark or pale stain to margins, small light ink stain on page 14, no loss of legibility, otherwise a clean tight copy lacking 1 leaf of text and the colophon leaf. "The third and most important of R. Stephanus' editions, known as the Editio Regia. From this the 'Textus Receptus', found in ordinary Greek Testaments, is substantially derived ... In this third recension the text is more closely conformed to that of Erasmus ... The most interesting feature of this Testament is the critical apparatus, printed in the inner margin of the text, which gives various readings and additions from MSS. collated by H.Stephanus, and also from the Complutensian ... [The text is] printed in the large 'Royal' type." Darlow and Moule, Volume II Part II, 4622; Mortimer, Harvard, French 16th Century Books, Volume I, No. 78. The label on the upper cover reads: "Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Cardinal de Lorraine" (Copy which belonged to the Cardinal of Lorraine) however proof is lacking that the signature on the original front endpaper is that of the famous Cardinal, protector of Rabelais and Ronsard, founder of the cathedral of Rheims. The 16th century Latin note below the signature affirms that it is genuine, but claims unequivocally that the Latin translation on the first 21 pages is not in the hand of the very learned Cardinal, and complains that it spoils the elegance of the book. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        L'ETHICA D'ARISTOTILE TRADOTTA IN LINGUA VULGARE FIORENTINA ET COMENTATA PER BERNARDO SEGNI.

      In Firenze, Lorenzo Torrentino, 1550.FIRST ITALIAN TRANSLATION 1550, Italian text, small 4to, 225 x 150 mm, 9 x 6 inches, title within woodcut pictorial architectural border with the Medici arms at the top and a small view of Florence at the bottom, large historiated initial to each of ten books, some diagrams in the text, a few full page, pages: 1 - 547, (13), occasional misnumbering of pages, errata on verso 547, 9 pages of index, colophon on verso (9), final leaf is a blank, collation: a - z4, A - Zz4, AA4, aii signed aiii in error. Handsomely bound t5o style in full dark calf, blinds panelling to covers with blind floral motif at the centre, raised bansds to spine with blind ornament in compartments, gilt lettered and decorated red morocco label, new endpapers, original front free endpaper preserved. Spanish inscription dated 1672 on front endpaper, a little pale staining to margins of title page and to lowest section with imprint, this lowest stain persisting in the lower margin to page 40, the previous owner has written his surname unobtrusively in a couple of margins, very occasional small stains to margins, mostly very clean, closed tear to margin of Gg1, another across lower margin of Tt4, both neatly repaired. Binding tight and firm, a very good copy. Bernardo Segni (1504 - 1558) was a humanist scholar and diplomat born in Florence. He translated several of Aristotle's works into Italian. This translation is dedicated to his patron Cosimo de' Medici. Brunet, Volume I, 467; Adams, Volume I, No. 1837 (listing only the second edition published in Venice in 1551). MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Il Petrarca con Nuove et Brevi Dicharationi

      Lyon: Gulielmo Ruvillio, 1550. Lyon: Gulielmo Ruvillio, 1550. Hardcover. Very good. 12mo. 575pp plus index. Original vellum; title hand-lettered on spine; leather clasps. The lower portion of leaf o5 has been neatly excised and replaced with blank, as seems to have happened with other copies of this edition. Occasional staining and soiling else in very good condiiton. In Italian.

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        Tutte le Opere di Nicolo Machiavelli cittadino et secretario Fiorentino, divise in V. parti et di nuovo con somma accuratezza ristampate al santissimo et beatissimo padre Signore nostro Clemente VII. Pont. Mass.

      o. O. 1550 [eig. Geneva ca. 1640].. 5 Tle. in 1 Bd. gr.-8°. 8, 320, 280, [4]., 106 S., [16], 152, 158 S. Mit 5 wdh. Titelportr. Pgmt. d. Zt. Deckel u. erste Bll. fleckig. 1 Bl. m. Randabriß (ohne Textberührung) u.1 Bl. m. kl. Loch.. vgl. Brunet III, 1274f.; Bertelli-P. Innocenti, Bibliografia machiavelliana, 206 a; Graesse IV, 325 - Vierte der fünf Testina-Ausgaben. Editione della testina. The work is dated 1550 but it was in fact published in the first half of the 17th century. With five repeated woodcut portraits of Machiavelli on titles and double-page woodcut of an army camp.

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        Landtafel des Ungerlands/ Polands/ Preussen / Littav/ Walachen und Bulgaren

      Basel ca. 1550. Karte zeigt Osteuropa mit Ungarn, Kraotien, Polen, Littauen, Moldavien und teilweise Rumänien und Bulgarien, altkoloriert, Holzschnitt, 32 x 36. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        Tractatus De Expositione misteriorum Missae. Sacri Canonis Missae, duplex expositio. Tractatus Sanctarum meditationum pro cordis in Deo constabilitione. (UND:) Liber De Sacrosancta Et Superbenedicta Trinitate

      Lyon, Benedict Boerius 1550.. Lyon, Benedict Boerius 1550.. 219 S., 6 Bll., 40 Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. auf Holzdecken, mit 2 Schließen. 13 x 8,5 cm. ADB XXXVIII, 377 (Franz Titelmans). - Titel mit alten Einträgen. Oben mit schmalem Feuchtrand, die letzten Bll. unten etwas feuchtfleckig.

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        In ecclesiasten Salomonis annotationes, piae et ervditae ex variis cum ueterum Orthodoxorum, tum recentiorum scriptis congestae, ac olim etiam pro concione enarratae, Anno M. D. XXXIIII. Moguntiae per Ioannem Ferum. angebunden derselbe: Ionas Propheta, per Quadragesimam pie et catholice in summa aede Moguntina, pro concione, una cum euangeliorum eiusdem temporis, tam dominicalium quam ferialium, ad eundem applicatione explicatus, anno domini MDXLII / per F. Ioan. Ferum .

      Moguntiae : apud D. Victorem excudebat Franciscus Behem [Mainz, Franz Behem.], MDL [1550].. 2 Bände in einem Band. [4], 184 Bl.; [4], 159, [1] Bl. 4°. Dekorativer blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schliessen.. VD16 W 2960 / VD-16 W 2974; Der Franziskaner J. Wild (1495-1554) war Domprediger in Mainz. "Dogmatisch ist er kirchlich-korrekt Trotzdem wurden einige seiner [...] Werke, die noch aus der Zeit der Vermittlungstheologie stammten und ohne Wissen Ferus' herausgegeben worden waren, von der Pariser Sorbonne und der spanischen Inquisition beanstandet. Seit Sixtus V. standen fast alle seine Werke bis 1900 auf dem Index der verbotenen Bücher." (NDB V, 101f.). Die beiden seltenen Schriften von Wild sind in einem außergwöhnlich schönen und wohlerhaltenem Einband gebunden. Zeitgenössischer Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel, dezente Stempel auf Titel und verso.

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        Gregoriou tou Nazianzenou tou theologou Apanta, ta mechri nyn euriskomena, . Tou autou bios, syngrapheis ypo Souida, Sophroniou, kai Gregoriou tou presbyterou.

      1550 - En Basileia : analomasi Ioannou tou erbagiou (En Basileia : analomasi Ioannou tou erbagiou, 1550 menì Boedromioni \15 IX-15 X!) cm.20x31,5, 3 nn. pp.340, 96, pergamena. Esemplare completo, alcuni piccolissimi buchi nel frontespizio, alcune macchie nt. ma in generale esemplare più che buono. Con saltuarie annotazioni antiche a margine con lo stesso carattere greco correttive degli errori tipografici del testo. legatura coeva in tutta pergamena. Marca sul frontespizio, Iniziali e fregio xilografici. In piena

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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 - 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.) 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. // You can browse all my books on latude.net [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Pratique abrégée des jugements astrologiques sur les nativités.

      17?., 17?. - 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.) 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. // You can browse all my books on latude.net

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        De nothis spuriisque filiis liber. In quo omnia quae ad hanc materiam pertinent copiosissime tractantur.

      Bologna (Bononiae), Apud Anselmum Giaccarellum, 1550.. Folio. Titelblatt mit Druckersignet, (7), 95gezählte Blätter. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband auf drei Bünden geheftet.. Gabriel Paleotus, Cardinal und Erzbischof zu Bologna, auch Bischof zu Sabina, Sohn von Alexander Paleoti, ein Enkel von Vincentii und ein Vetter Annibal und Camillo, alleseits berühmte Rechtsgelehrte. Geboren am 22.Oktober 1522 zu Bologna. Professor juris civilis et canonici in Bologna, unter Paul IV. Auditor der Rota Romana, Teilnehmer des Konzils von Trient, dadurch erhielt er den Kardinalshut und die erzbischöfliche Würde, gestorben 23.Juli 1597 zu Rom. Holthöfer, Coing, Handbuch II,1/338: Gabriel Paleotti (1522-1597) de nothis spuriisque filii, Bologna 1550, Lyon 1570, Venedig 1572 und 1584 (?), Tractatus Venedig 1584, Bd.VIII,2 45-74; Frankfurt 1573, 1587, 1597, 1607, 1612; accessit Tractatus de libera hominis nativitate auctore Ponto Heutero, Hagae Comitum 1655. Ganzseitiges Druckersignet auf der letzten Seite: Herkules im Kampf mit der Hydra: Bononiae, apud Anselmum Giaccarellum, 1550.

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        Tes Kaines Diathekes hapanta : Euangelion kata Matthaion. Kata Markon. Kata Loukan. Kata Ioannen. Praxeis ton Apostolon = Nouum IESU Christi D.N. Testamentum. Ex Bibliotheca Regia

      Lutetiae : Ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, Regiis typis, 1550. Lutetiae : Ex officina Roberti Stephani typographi Regii, Regiis typis, 1550. Third Greek New Testament published by Robert Etienne, 1550, all before "Nouum" in the title is in Greek type, Part 2 has title (in Greek type): Paulou tou Apostolou epistolai. Folio, approximately 330 x 220 mm, 13 x 8¾ inches, printer&#39;s basilisk device on each title page, large historiated initials, historiated architectural headpieces and columns to canons of Eusebius, other decorated headpieces, ruled in red throughout, pages: [32], 1-268 [268 misnumbered 272], 1-202, PART II LACKING PAGES 193/194 AND FINAL UNNUMBERED LEAF WITH ERRATA, COLOPHON AND PRINTER&#39;S DEVICE, collation: *8, **8, a-q8, r6; A-M8, N6 (-N1 and N6), contents: title-leaf; preface by R. Stephanus, in Greek and Latin (1 leaf); "Hypomnema peri tou Euangeliou" by St John Chrysostom (Greek: 7 pages); canons of Eusebius (7 pages); "Pinax martyrion" (passages from the Old Testament: 5 leaves); Greek verses by H. Stephanus (1 leaf); Sophronius&#39; life of Matthew, and "Prooimion" to Matthew by Theophylact (1 leaf); Greek text of Gospels and Acts (p. [1]-272); title-leaf to Part II and Greek text of epistles and Revelation (p. [1]-202). Rebacked in modern calf, maroon gilt lettered label, gilt decoration and rules to spine, worn old reverse calf covers, gilt lettered leather label to upper cover with gilt surounds, speckled edges. Covers rubbed, shelf wear to edges, corners slightly worn with boards just showing at tips,, 1 corner repaired, 20th century armorial bookplate on front pastedown, rear pastedown missing, neat inscription at top of front endpaper, original endpaper carries on reverse the supposed signature of the great Cardinal Charles de Lorraine (1524-1574) with Latin notes in a 16th century hand below it, signature of La Curne in lower margin of title page (Jean-Baptiste de La Curne de Sainte-Palaye? (1697 &#150; 1781) French historian, classicist, philologist and lexicographer), with a few words partially erased next to it, single tiny wormhole from original endpaper to a5, faint browning to a1, interlinear translation into Latin in a faint brown tiny hand on pages 1-21, intermittent faint browning to margins, 3 fore-edges expertly remargined, no loss of print, 10 mm (½") chip to lower edge of a4, faint damp staining to top margin of c3-c7, d7-e1, f2-f3, and M4 and N3, small rust mark to page 49 with loss of a couple of Greek characters, very occasional small mark or pale stain to margins, small light ink stain on page 14, no loss of legibility, otherwise a clean tight copy lacking 1 leaf of text and the colophon leaf. "The third and most important of R. Stephanus&#39; editions, known as the Editio Regia. From this the &#39;Textus Receptus&#39;, found in ordinary Greek Testaments, is substantially derived ... In this third recension the text is more closely conformed to that of Erasmus ... The most interesting feature of this Testament is the critical apparatus, printed in the inner margin of the text, which gives various readings and additions from MSS. collated by H.Stephanus, and also from the Complutensian ... [The text is] printed in the large &#39;Royal&#39; type." Darlow and Moule, Volume II Part II, 4622; Mortimer, Harvard, French 16th Century Books, Volume I, No. 78. The label on the upper cover reads: "Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Cardinal de Lorraine" (Copy which belonged to the Cardinal of Lorraine) however proof is lacking that the signature on the original front endpaper is that of the famous Cardinal, protector of Rabelais and Ronsard, founder of the cathedral of Rheims. The 16th century Latin note below the signature affirms that it is genuine, but claims unequivocally that the Latin translation on the first 21 pages is not in the hand of the very learned Cardinal, and complains that it spoils the elegance of the book. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Manuscrito-Vario. "Libro en donde están el testamento de Juan Valero y de los posehedores de su vinculo, y toda la sucesión de mi Madre y Sra. Doña Isabel Civerio, llamados a el en falta de Varon de Varon, Conde de Villafranqueza".

      Manuscrito, Valencia 1550 - 4º. Paginación varia. Siglos XVI-XVII. Encuadernación en pergamino rotulado en cubierta delantera y con refuerzos de piel. Volumen facticio en el que se recopilan un conjunto de testamentos y codicilos, información de testigos para la Orden de Montesa y documentos de diversa índole. Algunos de ellos relacionados con Juan Valero, Bayle de la Villa de Xerica (Valencia) y la familia Civerio. Lote a examinar. Procedencia: Archivo de la Biblioteca del I Marques Del Puerto, Don Joaquín Ignacio Barrenechea Y Erguiñigo. El envío contra-reembolso supone un incremento de 3,25 euros en los gastos.

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        Postilla. Evangelia, et epistolae, quae in ecclesia, toto anno, dominicis & festis diebus proponuntur.

      Franc[furt], C. Egen[olff] 1550.. kl.-8°. 2 Bll., 166 (recte 466) num. Bll. Mit zahlr. Textholzschn. Holzdeckeleinbd. d. Zt. Mit neuem Lederbezug, 2 intakten Metallschließen. Schlußbl. nach dem Tit. eingebunden. Einige Bll. verbunden Tit. m. altem hs. Besitzvermerk u. fachmännisch restaur. Randläsuren. Wenige alte hs. Eintragungen. In Schuber. Nicht im VD16 - Johannes Spangenberg (1484-1550), war evangelischer Theologe und Reformator.

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        In ecclesiasten Salomonis annotationes, piae et ervditae ex variis cum ueterum Orthodoxorum, tum recentiorum scriptis congestae, ac olim etiam pro concione enarratae, Anno M. D. XXXIIII. Moguntiae per Ioannem Ferum. angebunden derselbe: Ionas Propheta, per Quadragesimam pie et catholice in summa aede Moguntina, pro concione, una cum euangeliorum eiusdem temporis, tam dominicalium quàm ferialium, ad eundem applicatione explicatus, anno domini MDXLII / per F. Ioan. Ferum .,

      Moguntiae : apud D. Victorem excudebat Franciscus Behem [Mainz, Franz Behem.], MDL [1550]. - [4], 184 Bl.; [4], 159, [1] Bl. VD16 W 2960 / VD-16 W 2974; Der Franziskaner J. Wild (1495-1554) war Domprediger in Mainz. "Dogmatisch ist er kirchlich-korrekt Trotzdem wurden einige seiner [.] Werke, die noch aus der Zeit der Vermittlungstheologie stammten und ohne Wissen Ferus' herausgegeben worden waren, von der Pariser Sorbonne und der spanischen Inquisition beanstandet. Seit Sixtus V. standen fast alle seine Werke bis 1900 auf dem Index der verbotenen Bücher." (NDB V, 101f.). Die beiden seltenen Schriften von Wild sind in einem außergwöhnlich schönen und wohlerhaltenem Einband gebunden. Zeitgenössischer Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel, dezente Stempel auf Titel und verso. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 750 4°. Dekorativer blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Schliessen.

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        Slowenien / Kroatien

      . Istria. Kupferstich-Karte v. Giacomo Franco (1550-1620) Venedig 1597, 14,5 x 17 cm (Plattenrand) - wir garantieren für die Echtheit. Rare map included for the first time in Descrittione Geografica Delle Isole, Citta, & Fortezze principali, che si trovano in mare nel viaggio da Venetia a Costantinopoli, con molte altre a queste vicine, di nuovo aggiunte printed in Venice in 1597 by Giacomo Franco.- Top and below trimmed to the platemark

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        OMNIA QUAE EXTANT OPERA. Quorum alia nunc primum sunt inventa: alia vel denuo fidelius translata, vel innumeris pene locis ad veterum graecorum exemplarium veritatem castigata: ex secunda Iuntarum editione.

      Apud Haeredes Lucae Antonii Iuntae 1550 In - 4 gr. (mm. 350 x 240) - 11 parti in 7 tomi - rilegati in 5 volumi, piena pergamena antica (con restauri per mancanze), dorso a cordoni con titolo manoscritto.(solo il volume IV in piena pergamena moderna). Manca il volume di Indice di Musae Bresavoli. Il bel frontespizio, ripetuto all'inizio di ogni parte dell'opera, è inquadrato da una bordura silografica a scomparti con figure e ritratti, e deriva dall'edizione del 1541; marca tipografica con giglio fiorentino ai frontesp. e ai colophon, grandi iniziali ornate, testate, il tutto silografato. Il ns. esemplare è cosi' composto: - Vol. I: "Galeni Omnia quae extant Opera", 10 cc.nn. di Preliminari - "Galeni Isagogici Libri", 72 cc.num. - "Galeni Prima Classis", 341 cc.num. (manca ultima c.b.). Con antiche scritte a penna; la c. 220 restaur. per strappo; qualche alone, tracce d'uso o fioriture marginali, ma complessivamente ben conservato. - Vol. II: "Galeni Secunda Classis", cc.num. 109 - "Galeni Tertia Classis", cc.num. 197 - "Galeno Ascripti Libri Spurii", cc.num. 113 (ai 3 testi manca l?ultima c.b.). Lieve alone al margine inferiore sulla prima parte e qualche lieve fiorit., ma complessivamente ben conservato. - Vol. III: "Galeni Quarta Classis", cc.num. 220 - "Galeni Quinta Classis", cc.num. 277, 1 c.b. Con lievi aloni o fioriture marginali intercalate nel testo, ma complessivamente ben conservato. - Vol. IV: "Galeni Sexta Classis", cc.num. 21, 1 c.b. - "Galeni extra ordinem Classium Libri", cc.num. 79, (manca ultima c.b.). Solo quest'ultima parte porta la data 1556: ristampa identica all'edizione del 1550, con minime variazioni tipografiche. Lievi aloni intercalati nel testo. - Vol. V: "Galeni Septima Classis", cc.num. 322, con oltre 200 silografie nel t.: vi figurano bendaggi, operazioni chirurgiche, strumenti ortopedici, ecc., particolarmente interessanti per la storia della medicina. La Settima Classe è l'unica illustrata. Con antiche scritte a penna; prime 7 cc. restaurate per mancanza marginale (max mm. 55 x 15), aloni marginale intercalati nel testo, macchia su 7 cc., ma certamente buon esemplare. Seconda edizione della versione giuntina. Cfr. Camerini "Annali dei Giunti",557 - Durling,1754 - Cat. Wellcome,2516 (4 parts only) Galeno, nato a Pergamo (138 - 201 d.C ), fu il più importante e prolifico fra gli antichi studiosi di medicina. La I ediz. della sua opera fu stampata nel 1490 basandosi su manoscritti medioevali. A Venezia gli eredi di Luc?Antonio Giunta (dopo le ediz. del 1522 e 1528) decisero di intraprendere la pubblicazione di una edizione più corretta, basata su nuovi studi dei testi greci: questa pregevolissima opera, stampata nel 1541 in 7 voll. divisi in più tomi, venne da loro stessi detta ?prima giuntina?. Giunta fu il primo editore ad organizzare l'opera su criteri scientifici. Alla sua edizione contribuirono anche famosi medici come Vesalio, con propri trattati: suoi sono ad esempio "De nervorum dissectione liber", "De venarum arteriamque liber", "De anatomicis administrationibus libri novem", tutti inseriti nella "Prima Classe".

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        Lindau / Baden Württemberg Lindaw

      1550 - 1559. Motivmass: 27,0x36,2 Blattmass: 31,7x40,4 Holzschnitt Kosmographie, lateinische Ausgabe Schwarzweiß.

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        Examen ordinandorum. Ad quaestiones sacrorum ordinum, candidatis in dioecesi Mogu(n)tinesi proponi consuetas,

      Mainz, Franz Behem 1550.. kl.-8°. 60 Bll. Pgmt. d. Zt. über Holzdeckel. Im Fußsteg durchgehend braunrandig. EA. VD 16, W 2950.; ADB VI, 721f. - Johann F. Ferus (eigtl. Johann Wild) geb. 1494 in Mainz - 1554, berühmter franziskan. Prediger und Exeget. Die vorl. "Skrutinien" waren Prüfgespräche zur Priesterweihe in der Erzdiözese Mainz.

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        Pratique abrégée des jugements astrologiques sur les nativités.

      17?., 17?. - In-4 [221 x 178 mm] de (540) pp. Veau marbré, dos à nerfs orné, pièce de titre en basane rouge, tranches rouges. (Reliure de l'époque.) 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. // Vous pouvez voir tous mes livres sur latude.net // // You can browse all my books on on latude.net

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