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2018-11-06 16:46:07
VIRGILE
1551. relié. DeCollection. Henrichum Petri, Basileae [Bâle], 1551. In/4, (112)-974 pp. Reliure plein veau de l'époque sur ais de bois, finement restaurée. Large entre-deux de dentelle estampée à froid, dos à 4 nerfs sobre, pièce de titre postérieure estampée à froid à motif feuille de vigne. Restent les fermoirs et écoinçons métalliques fixes. Corps harmonieusement composé de gloses en italiques et texte en romaines. Mouillure en début et fin de corps, auréole claire au centre. Pages 509 et 511 avec le coin déchiré et manque de texte. Les Bucoliques, les Géorgiques et l'Enéide de Virgile. Virgile composa les Bucoliques sur les conseils de Pollion, et les Géorgiques sur invitation de Mécène. L'Enéide, qui narre la Légende de Rome, leur est postérieure et inachevée. Virgile demanda sa destruction dans son testament, volonté qui lui fut refusée par Auguste. Ces oeuvres sont dans les classiques toujours éditées actuellement.
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2018-11-06 14:57:14
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When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. 1551 Silius Italicus PUNICA Punic Wars Epic Poetry Hannibal & Scipio Africanus longest surviving Latin poem from antiquity in vellum Silius Italicus, in full Tiberius Catius Asconius Silius Italicus (c. 28 - c. 103), was a Roman consul, orator, and Latin epic poet of the 1st century AD, (Silver Age of Latin literature). His only surviving work is the 17-book Punica, an epic poem about the Second Punic War and the longest surviving poem in Latin at over 12,000 lines. The Punica is a Latin epic poem in seventeen books in dactylic hexameter written by Silius Italicus (c. 28 - c. 103 AD) comprising some twelve thousand lines (12,202, to be exact, if one includes a probably spurious passage in book 8). It is the longest surviving Latin poem from antiquity. Its theme is the Second Punic War and the conflict between the two great generals Hannibal and Scipio Africanus. Main author: Tiberius Catius Silius Italicus; Franciscus Asulanus Title: Silii Italii de Bello Punico secundo XVII. libri nuper diligentissime castigati. Published: Apud S. Gryphium: Lugduni, 1551. Language: Latin Notes & contents: · Famous Gryphium printing o Printers mark on title page FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 430 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Apud S. Gryphium: Lugduni, 1551. Size: ~4.5in X 3in (11cm x 7.5cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-11-06 06:47:49
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I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. 1551 Silius Italicus PUNICA Punic Wars Epic Poetry Hannibal & Scipio Africanus longest surviving Latin poem from antiquity in vellum Silius Italicus, in full Tiberius Catius Asconius Silius Italicus (c. 28 - c. 103), was a Roman consul, orator, and Latin epic poet of the 1st century AD, (Silver Age of Latin literature). His only surviving work is the 17-book Punica, an epic poem about the Second Punic War and the longest surviving poem in Latin at over 12,000 lines. The Punica is a Latin epic poem in seventeen books in dactylic hexameter written by Silius Italicus (c. 28 - c. 103 AD) comprising some twelve thousand lines (12,202, to be exact, if one includes a probably spurious passage in book 8). It is the longest surviving Latin poem from antiquity. Its theme is the Second Punic War and the conflict between the two great generals Hannibal and Scipio Africanus. Main author: Tiberius Catius Silius Italicus; Franciscus Asulanus Title: Silii Italii de Bello Punico secundo XVII. libri nuper diligentissime castigati. Published: Apud S. Gryphium: Lugduni, 1551. Language: Latin Notes & contents: · Famous Gryphium printing o Printers mark on title page FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 430 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Apud S. Gryphium: Lugduni, 1551. Size: ~4.5in X 3in (11cm x 7.5cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: C … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-11-03 16:30:47
SIXTEENTH CENTURY ANNOTATED Orazio Flacco POEMATA OMNIA 1551 Venice with The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. FIFTHS HORATII VENV FLACCI SINI POETAE FRITZ POEMATA omnia ... VENETIIS APUD COMINVM MDLI Sixteenth century annotated with the works of Orazio Flacco, fine contemporary Ligature in full vellum. Text of the Latin work decorated with hands and ancient handwritten notes to china. A single copy recorded in ICCU, very rare. Vol. In-8°, mm. 160x110, pp. 319-1 c.b. Coeval ligation in full parchment with titles manuscripts in the back and at the plate. A snippet in blue paper coeval with handwritten notes kept in tying. A typographic brand to the frontispiece, some finely decorated initial letters in the text. Various hands calligraphed on the edge, handwritten notes in ink to text, to the end, to the last c.b., and on the title page. Slight halos on the edge, work of worm the endpapers and back. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described; some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description ) iNFO Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 WE INVITEIDEARUSERStoreadAll the time LeDESCRIPTIONSDEGLIINsale. SI ACCEPT SEVERAL FORMS OF PAYMENT . Payment is due within 7 days of purchase (before you pay before you receive the object). Possibility to defer paymentsprior agreement before the purchase. The goods travel at the purchaser's risk. You can ensure La … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-11-03 01:52:45
Ariosto Ludovico
Venice, Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, 1551. In a contemporary Venetian morocco binding Three parts in one volume, 4to (225x153 mm). 264; 31; [30] leaves. Collations: A-Z8 AA-KK8; AAA-DDD8; *-***8 ****6. Lacking DDD8, a blank. First title page framed by an elaborate woodcut border. With 52 woodcut vignettes and 54 large historiated initials. Colophon at leaf DDD7r. Part 2 (Cinque canti di un nuovo libro) and part 3 (Espositione di tutti i vocaboli. raccolte da M. Lodovico Dolce) open with separate title page. Issue with the vignette on l. P2r printed in the upright position and with the portrait of Ariosto at l. *1v. Giolito's devices on the three title pages and at l. DDD7r, all different (U536, Z538, Z537, and Z539). Text printed in two columns. Italic types. Lavish contemporary Venetian binding, brown morocco, spine gilt with three raised bands, panels within blind-ruled and gilt fillets and with small floral corner-pieces in gilt, in the center a large fleuron accompanied by four phytomorphic ornaments and surrounded by a border with motifs à la grecque (all in gilt), edges gilt and gauffered (later endleaves, spine and joints worn and with minor scratches). Preserved in a cloth case. Title page soiled and with a small round hole affecting the woodcut border, some foxing, marginal damp stains. NICE ILLUSTRATED EDITION of the Furioso printed by Giolito and edited by Lodovico Dolce, who added, as an appendix, the Espositione di tutti i vocaboli. Giolito here reprints the dedication of his first 1542 edition of the poem. During his career Giolito issued 14 4to editions and 12 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-11-02 13:37:05
Schoener Johann
Nuremberg Johann vom Berg and Ulrich Neuber 1551. Three parts in one volume, folio (306x201 mm). Collation: α6, β4, A-Z6, Aa-Cc6, Dd-Ee8, Ff-Mm6, Nn8; 1-136, 148, 15-196, 20-214, 22-286, 294, a-h6, i8. [10], 218 [i.e. 222]; 172 [i.e. 169]; [3], 54, [2] leaves, including errata, colophon leaf and final blank; lacking fols. 29/4 and α4 blanks. Roman and Greek type. Title printed in red and black with two large woodcut ornaments. Woodcut printer's device at the end. Author's woodcut portrait on fol. β4v. Numerous woodcuts in various sizes, and diagrams. Four full-page woodcuts, including a terrestrial globe (fol. 22/1v), a celestial globe (fol. 22/5r), and a planisphere (fol. f6v). Complete with eleven diagrams with working volvelles (some of them with original threads) on fols. a5v, b3v, b4v, b5v, c1v, c4r, d1r, d3v, g5r, g6r, 16r. Woodcut decorated and animated initials in various size, on black ground. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards. Covers within two blind-stamped rolls, the outer roll dated 1541 and depicting the Crucifixion, David, the Resurrection, and St. John; the inner roll dated 1556 and showing Lucretia, Caritas, and Justicia. At the centre, a later stamp of the Schola Altenburgensis printed in gold on the upper cover and in black on the lower one. Some minor abrasion to binding, spine slightly chipped at the top, corners lightly rubbed. A very fine, wide-margined copy. Title gutter formerly reinforced, quire R lightly browned, few other leaves toned, small wear to the lower blank margin of fol. b3v, tiny wormhole in blan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: PrPh Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-10-30 18:06:40
GIOVIO, Paolo
Firenze, Torrentino, 1551. In folio, c.nn. 4, p. 204, c.nn. 10 (ultime due bianche). Edizione differente da quella (sempre del Torrentino) del 1548, alla quale manca l'ampio indice finale. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e splendidi capilettera xilografici. Magnifica edizione in esemplare eccellente, con grandi margini. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena con tassello al dorso. Tagli colorati. (Moreni, p. 173: "edizione ben rara").
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Marisa Meroni [IT]
2018-10-20 13:54:51
Xenophon
THE WORKS OF XENOPHON IN TWO VOLUMES: 1st) Xenophontis Philosophi Excellentissimi opera, quae quidem extant omnia. Doctissimorum hominum diligentia in Latinam linguam conversa. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 2nd) Xenophon Operum Tomus Secundus. Eorum Catalogum sequens continet pagella. [Lyon] : Apvd Seb. Gryphivm Lvgdvni 1551 1st vol. : 701, [3 blanks] pages in Latin (sig. a-z8, A-X8) ; 2nd vol. : 859, [35 (last two blanks)] pages in Latin (sig. aa-zz8, AA-ZZ8, Aa-Hh8, *-**8). Completes. 2 volumes in 16mo (7,5 x 12 cm). Contemporary bindings in full leather with ornaments on boards. Beautiful chiseled cuts. Bindings with lacks but still solid (see photo). Good conditions. First volume with light water stains more marked on final pages. Second volume with some pages browned and some water stains more marked on first and last pages. Notes: Printer's device on t.p. Italic type ; historiated initials. Includes "Index rerum memorabilium" in Tomus Secundus Cited in Adams X19 Cited in Baudrier, H.L. Bib. lyonnaise, VIII, 256. Contents: Xenophontis vita ex Raphaele Volaterrano. -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Paedia Cyri (t. I, p. 5-384). -- Amaseo, Romolo, trad. de : De Cyri minoris expeditione (t. I, p. 384-701). -- Pirckheimer, Willibald, trad. de : De Rebus Graecorum (t. II, p. 11-331). -- Filelfo, Francesco, trad. de : De Republica, Agesilai laudes (t. II, p. 332-398). -- Bessarion, Jean, cardinal, trad. de : De Factis et dictis Socratis (t. II, p. 399-569). -- Bruni, Leonardo dit Aretino, trad. de : Apologia pro Socrate (t. II, p. 570-579). -- Leoniceno, Ognibe … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: savonarola1958 [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2018-10-19 09:33:28
SENECA (Lucio Anneo).
En Anvers, en casa de Juan Steelsio, 1551. Petit in-8. 8ff. 196ff. chiffrés. 12ff. Pleine basane racinée, dos lisse orné et titré en lettres dorées, tranches rouges (reliure du 19e siècle, dos un peu frotté, manque la première page de garde). Remise en vente, avec un titre de relance, de l'édition anversoise de 1548 de la traduction de Sénèque donnée par l'humaniste Alfonso de Cartagena (1386-1454). Précieux exemplaire ayant appartenu au poète et historien aragonais Lupercio Leonardo de Argensola (1559-1613), avec sa signature autographe au bas de la page de titre. Argensola fut notamment le secrétaire et l'ami du célèbre mécène le Comte de Lemos, vice-roi de Naples et ami intime de Cervantes. Petite galerie de ver dans la marge inférieure comblée anciennement, effleurant quelques caractères. Palau, 307671. [Attributes: Signed Copy]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-10-17 23:40:23
Anonimo
Magnifico esemplare del rarissimo prima stato (di quattro) della pianta dell'assedio di Mirandola. Tiratura avanti l'indirizzo di Giovanni Orlandi, in prefetto stato di conservazione. Al centro, entro un cartiglio a forma di nastro svolazzante, è impresso il titolo: LA MIRANDOLA. Orientazione fornita ai lati dalle iniziali dei punti cardinali, il nord è a destra. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 265x395. Veduta prospettica della città, anonima. L’opera rappresenta il secondo assedio del 1551. Alleata della Francia, e per questo avversa a Roma, la cittadella fu assediata da papa Giulio III nel mese di luglio del 1551. Difficile stabilire la datazione della lastra, che potrebbe derivare dall’opera di Bartélémy Bonhomme (Lione, 1557) oppure esserne il modello. Appare evidente il collegamento di questa lastra con quella raffigurante l’assedio di Parma del 1551, anch’essa anonima. Le due lastre, all’incirca di formato identico, sono ascrivibili - per evidenti motivi stilistici - alla stessa mano. Sebbene non conosca la tiratura originale – priva di indicazioni editoriali e assolutamente rarissima - Benevolo (1969) asserisce che la carta sia un originale del Salamanca ristampato poi da Orlandi. Si può identificare questa lastra con quella inserita nel catalogo redatto per conto della vedova di Giacomo Gherardi, Quintilia Lucidi, del 17-19 ottobre 1598 (n. 44) dove è descritta come "la mirandola", incisa al verso de "la Veronica". Possiamo quindi supporre che la matrice originaria sia stata acquisita da Antonio Lafreri ed ereditata da Claudio Duchetti e infine dal Gherardi. Giov … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2018-10-08 02:00:14
SERLIO, Sebastiano
Pietro Nicolini de Sabbio per Melchiorre Sessa, Venezia, 1551. In folio. Cinque parti in un volume. Piena pelle maculata del 18° secolo. Dorso a nervi con titoli oro. Qualche alone ma copia molto buona. Contiene: Libri I-II) Il Libro Primo d'architettura nel quale si tratta de primi principii della geometria. - Il Secondo Libro di perspettiva. Due parti con il frotespizio inciso all’inizio della prima (il secondo libro, pubblicato insieme al primo, non deve avere un proprio frontespizio), cc. 16; 31. Libro III) Il Terzo Libro nel quale si figurano e descrivono le antiquità di Roma, e le altre che sono in Italia, e fuori d'Italia. Frontespizio inciso, pp. CLV. Libro IV) Regole generali di architettura (Quarto Libro), sopra le cinque maniere de gli edifici, cioè, Thoscano, Dorico, Ionico, Corinthio, e Composito. Con gli essempi dell'antichità, che per la maggior parte concordano con la dottrina di Vitruvio. Con nove additioni, et castigationi. Frontespizio inciso, cc. LXXVI. Libro V) Quinto Libro nel quale si tratta di diverse forme di tempii sacri secondo il costume christiano, et al modo antico. Con nuova aggionta. Frontespizio inciso, cc. 18. Prima edizione dei libri I e II, terza edizione del libro III, quarta edizione del libro IV e seconda edizione italiana del libro V. Cfr. Cicognara 644 (I-IV); Fowler 304, 311, 319, 324. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria antiquaria Atlantis (ALAI-ILAB) [Torino, Italy]
2018-10-08 00:10:39
AEGINETA, Paulus.
1551. THE Encyclopedia of Medical Knowledge in Arab World "The object of our art being to restore those parts which are in a preternatural state to their natural, the operation of castration professes just the reverse. But since we are sometimes compelled against our will by persons of high rank to perform the operation, we shall briefly describe the mode of doing it." - Paul of Aegina on Castration, Chapter 6. Paulus Aegineta was a 7th-century Byzantine physician. This important collection of works was edited by Alban Thorer, a Swiss Renaissance philologist. This is a second edition of the original 1546 printing. This work is a compilation of former writers. Byzantine medicine drew largely from Greek and Roman tradition, but this work contains new ideas on bone structures. The work would become the standard text throughout the Arabic world for the next 800 years and was considered the most complete encyclopedia of medical knowledge. The preface states the contents of the whole works which includes: hygiene, powers of food, doctrine of fevers, identifying excrement discharges, skin afflictions, intestinal worms, treating venomous animal bites, treating hydrophobia (rabies), surgery, extracting weapons from the skull, properties of various medicines, and how to make medicine. His surgical techniques included methods for castration and reconstructive surgeries performed on hermaphrodites.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-06 10:28:35
GEMMA REINERUS, FRISIUS (1508-1555) [BOUND WITH: FINE, ORONCE (1494-1555)]. Arithmeticae practicae methodus facilis. [BOUND WITH: Arithmetica practica, in compendiu[m]]. Paris: Cavellat, 1551. Early edition of the most popular arithmetic book of the 16th century, authored by Louvain professor Gemma Frisius. The text "combined the older science of numbers with the commercial arithmetic of the Italian writers" (Smith). The first edition was published in Antwerp in 1540. Diagrams, equations, and tables in text. 96 ll. Bound with an incomplete copy of 'Arithmetica practica' (Paris: Simon de Colines, 1544) by Oronce Fine. This work was previously published as a part of the author's Protomathesis (Paris: 1532). The text includes in its entirely the first three books of Fine's work and part of the fourth book. The subjects covered in each book are, respectively: integrals, common fractions, astronomical fractions, and proportions. 82 of 95 leaves. 8vo (17 x 11cm). Bound in later gilt stamped calf, a few stains to covers, joints rubbed, a bit cocked. Fine antique writing on endpaper, interior is very clean and fresh.
Bookseller: Zinos Books [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2018-10-06 05:36:49
MARCHANTIO IACOBO
DELAGARDE Hieronymi, 1551. 882 pages. Bandeaux et lettrines illustrés en noir et blanc. Relié plein cuir de veau vert / marron. Dos à 6 nerfs, passé. Quelques parties frottés sur les tranches de couverture. Cum Candelabro, tubâ Sacerdorali, Virgâ Aaronis, Allisque Opusculis Ciusdem Authoris. Studio et Opera Michaelis Alix, Parochi Ecclesiae, sancti Audocni de Elcemosyna, Dioecesis Pariciencis. Editio Ultima et Plane Recognita. Ouvrage en latin In-Folio Relié plein cuir. Très bon état. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin. .
Bookseller: Le-livre.com [FR]
2018-10-04 13:33:38
MARCHANTIO Iacobo
DELAGARDE Hieronymi. RO80054056: 1551. In-Folio. Relié plein cuir. Très bon état, Couv. convenable, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur frais. 882 pages. Bandeaux et lettrines illustrés en noir et blanc. Relié plein cuir de veau vert / marron. Dos à 6 nerfs, passé. Quelques parties frottés sur les tranches de couverture. . . . Classification Dewey : 470-Langues italiques. Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2018-10-03 22:08:17
AEGINETA, Paulus.
1551. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. THE Encyclopedia of Medical Knowledge in Arab World "The object of our art being to restore those parts which are in a preternatural state to their natural, the operation of castration professes just the reverse. But since we are sometimes compelled against our will by persons of high rank to perform the operation, we shall briefly describe the mode of doing it." - Paul of Aegina on Castration, Chapter 6. Paulus Aegineta was a 7th-century Byzantine physician. This important collection of works was edited by Alban Thorer, a Swiss Renaissance philologist. This is a second edition of the original 1546 printing. This work is a compilation of former writers. Byzantine medicine drew largely from Greek and Roman tradition, but this work contains new ideas on bone structures. The work would become the standard text throughout the Arabic world for the next 800 years and was considered the most complete encyclopedia of medical knowledge. The preface states the contents of the whole works which includes: hygiene, powers of food, doctrine of fevers, identifying excrement discharges, skin afflictions, intestinal worms, treating venomous animal bites, treating hydrophobia (rabies), surgery, extracting weapons from the skull, properties of various medicines, and how to make medicine. His surgical techniques included methods for castration and reconstructive surgeries performed on hermaphrodites.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-10-01 06:16:54
CHAUCER (Geoffrey)
Imprynted at London by [Nicholas Hill for] Thomas Petit, dwellyng in Paules churche yarde at the sygne of the Maydens heed. Cum, 1551. Imprynted at London by [Nicholas Hill for] Thomas Petit, dwellyng in Paules churche yarde at the sygne of the Maydens heed. Cum priuilegio ad imprimendum dum folum. [c. 1551.]. Fourth collected edition, folio (298 x 190 mm), collation: A8; B-U6; X4; Aa-Qqq6 (the last blank), 350 leaves present (lacking 4 leaves: A4, A5, QQQ1 and final blank), title page and separate title for "Romau[n]t of the Rose" within decorative border, woodcut of the Knight on B1r, woodcut of the Squire on E6v, woodcut initials throughout, printed in double-column in black Letter, outer upper corner of Xiii torn away, eeeiii holed with paper flaw, repair to lower portion of final leaf, some light water staining, nineteenth-century brown morocco, tooled in blind with fleurons. The third edition of the collected works of Chaucer, first published in 1532, this being one of four variants, each with a different publisher's name in the colophon (the others being Richard Kele, William Bonham and Robert Toye), who are likely to have shared equally in the edition. The two woodcuts of The Knyght and The Squire are here printed for the first time, and continue to be printed through black editions up to 1602. Provenance: Early Ms. notes to head of title page, early ownership signature "Roger Goodday his booke bought of ? Gadston"; nineteenth-century armorial bookplate of GHB. STC 5073; Pforzheimer 174; Wither to Prior 31.
Bookseller: Forest Books, ABA-ILAB [Grantham, LINCS, United Kingdom]
2018-09-30 06:33:53
1551. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-30 06:33:53
I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Marcus Manilius was a first century Roman poet known for his famous collection of astrological poetry 'Astronomica.' This book is thought to be the first extensive work on astronomy and astrology - it describes various celestial phenomena and goes into great detail on the zodiac. It also considers many of the celestial theories proposed by Xenophanes and Hesiod and their perceptions of creation. Other topics of discussion include formation of constellations, placement of sun and moon, emphasis on the Milky Way, exploration of comets and meteors as an omen for earthly disasters and plagues. This exceedingly rare 1551 edition was published in Lyon by Tournes and was edited by Antoine du Moulin an important French poet and translator. He was the first translator for Jean de Tournes publishing and his translation of Ancient Greek and Roman texts were used for centuries following the mid-1500s. This edition was published the same year that Moulin died. This book is bound with 'De Memoria Reparanda' by Italian physician Guglielmo Grataroli; a short essay on medical remedies, and the influence of behavior of health. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2018-09-25 15:51:55
DANTE Alighieri PETRARCA - Lessons Lessons of G.B. GELLI 1551 Florence Parchment The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. TVTTE THE LESSONS D IG I O V A M battista GELLI, Made by him in the Academy Fiorentina. IN FLORENCE MDLI Beautiful sixteenth century with text in Italian, printed in Florence in 1551, work hard to find. Literary treatise by Giambattista Gelli (1498-1563) with a tip. the title page depicting the coat of arms of the Florentine Academy, drop cap finely badly scarred. Tying post. in full vellum, gilt to spine titles. vol 1., 8, mm. 170x110, pp. 486-[2]. Tying post. in full vellum. Gilt to spine titles. Brand tip. at the front, drop cap decorated n.t. In excellent condition, with small jobs to do the first 5 cc (with minimum loss of text) and on the edge of the last 4 DC, small restore to 2 cc endnotes, rare underlines in china. (the photographs are an integral part of the description, and can show sometimes faults not described;some minimal defects judged negligible may be omitted in the description) Info Pst ANY Doubt orinformation please WRITE US, O CONTACT US AT THE FOLLOWING Numero : ( + 39) 0697279699 WE INVITEIDEARUSERStoreadAll the time LeDESCRIPTIONSDEGLIINsale. SI ACCEPT SEVERAL FORMS OF PAYMENT . Payment is due within 7 days of purchase (before you pay before you receive the object). Possibility to defer paymentsprior agreement before the purchase. The goods travel at the purchaser's risk. You can ensure Lashipping with ancillary fees from constringre. We are availab … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes [Roma, IT]
2018-09-20 05:58:47
Petrarca, Francesco; [Weiditz, Hans]; [Brant, Sebastian]; [Vigilius, Stephan]; [Pinicianus, Johannes]
Bei Chr. Egenolff [Christian Egenolff], Zu Franckfurt [Frankfurt], 1551. First Frankfurt edition. In blind stamped half leather binding with four raised bands. Panels covered with paste paper. Large woodcut illustration on the title page and approximately 250 woodcut illustrations. Collation: #6, A-Z6, Aa-Oo6. (6), CCXXII leaves [ie: (6), I-LXIIII, XLV, LXVI-CIX, CXI-CXV, CXV-CCXXII]. An important German woodcut book of the Renaissance, the first Egenolff edition of the German translation of Petrarca's De remediis utriusque fortunae. Prefaced in verse and edited by Sebastian Brant, translated by Stephan Vigilius and the distichs at the head of each chapter were written by Johannes Pinicianus. The 260 splendid woodcuts were created by the so-called "Petrarca-master" Hans Weiditz, who was commissioned by printers of Augsburg for the first German edition of the book in 1532. Some of the woodcuts also appeared in different Cicero translation printed in Augsburg until the blocks were eventually purchased by Egenolff, the publisher of the present edition, who used them in at least four editions. They were later passed from one Frankfurt printer to another, appearing in several further editions until the beginning of the 17th century. Ref.: VD16 P 1727; USTC 703964; Muther 886; Dodgson II, 157; Musper 33 L 198; Rottinger 72, 24; Early Flemish and German Woodcuts II, 157:7. Few notes and underlines in contemporary neat hand. Some pages tanned. Artistically restored. Overall in fine condition. In blind stamped half leather binding with four raised bands. Panels covered with paste pa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Földvári Books [Budapest, Hungary]
2018-09-12 06:05:01
Ptolemaeus, Claudius:
Basel, ( H. Petri, 1551). 44 Bll., 447 S. mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. 2 doppelblattgr. Holzschnitt-Tafeln. Erste vom Baseler Astronomen Erasmus Oswald Schreckenfuchs herausgegebenen und kommentierten Ausgabe der astronomischen und naturwissenschaftlichen Schriften des Claudius Ptolemaeus (insgesamt zweite Gesamtausgabe dieser Schriften). - VD 16 P5205. STC 718. Adams P2208. Houzeau/L. 881. Zinner 2026. - Claudius Ptolemaeus [Klaudios Ptolemaios] war der bedeutendste Antike Astronom und Geograph. Unter den Werken des Ptolemaeus ragt sein Handbuch der Astronomie, das sogenannte Almagest, heraus. Dieses Werk systematisierte die bis dahin erfolgten astronomischen Forschungen in einer gleichermaßen mathematisch-technisch, wie auch methodisch herausragenden Form, so dass es für etwa 1500 Jahre das unbestrittene Grundlagenwerk der Astronomie wurde. Die ptolemaeische Astronomie beruhte auf der Theorie epizyklischer Kreise. Auf Grundlage dieser Theorie ließen sich die Planetenbewegungen mit hoher Genauigkeit berechnen. Eine ähnliche große Bedeutung wie das Almagest hat sein Tetrabiblos, in dem er sich mit der Astrologie beschäftigte. Dieses Werk wurde sozusagen zur Bibel der Astrologen. Für Ptolemaeus war die Astrologie der physische Teil seines Weltbildes, die Erkenntnis der Natur und der Eigenschaften der Himmelskörper und ihrer Wirkung in einer als Einheit gedachten Welt. Die magische Astrologie war ihm aber fremd. Als Herausgeber der vorliegenden Ausgabe fungierte Erasmus Oswald Schreckenfuchs (1511 - 1579). Dieser studierte in Wien, Ingolstadt und Tübingen und lehrte dan … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Matthaeus Truppe Antiquariat [Graz, Austria]
2018-09-06 07:41:32
BEMBO, Pietro.
Lutetiae Paris Ex officina Michaelis Vascosani. FIRST PARIS PRINTING 1551 of the Aldine edition printed in the same year, Latin text, approximately 235 x 150 mm, 9¼ x 6 inches, large folding table dated 1539, LACKING A SECOND FOLDING TABLE which is not present in all copies, woodcut headpieces and initials, leaves: [20], 311, [1]; collation: [fleuron]6 ([fleuron]6 blank), A-B4, C6 (C6 blank), A- C8, D-Z8, Aa-Qq8 (Qq8 blank), bound in full early calf, decorative gilt border to both covers, gilt raised bands, richly gilt in compartments, gilt lettered brown morocco label, all edges red. A few minute puncture holes to spine caused by excess pressure when gilt tooling, 1 or 2 minor marks to covers, armorial bookplate of William Constable, F.R.S., F.A.S., (1721-91), an 18th century naturalist and scientist, a few small brown smudges to title page, neat signature at top, another larger in the middle, a few tiny pale ink splashes to margin of page 188, small piece torn off lower corner of Ccv and Mm7, no loss of print, many early small neat scholarly Latin marginalia in old ink, a few neat underlinings, small pale stain to a few margins, early mss notes on final blank. A very good copy. The folding table in our copy contains an Epitome of the History of the Republic, a 5 line text by Joannes Boschaeus (Jean Du Bosc), and a complete list of the Doges up to 1539. At the foot is printed "Parisiis, Ex officina Michaelis Vascosani, 1539". Adams, European Books 1501-1600, Volume I, B598; Brunet, I, 767. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-08-29 21:09:40
Printed Book of hours. Use of Rome. Spanish].[ROVILLE (GUILLAUME)]
Mathias Bonhomme, Lyon. "Beautiful 16th century printed book of hours in Spanish, printed in Lyon - profusely illustrated - from the Library of Lord Aldenham - fine French 19th century morocco binding". 8vo; [12], cciii [i.e. ccxii] leaves : ill. ; 20 cm. Signatures: 2a8 b4 A-2C8 2D4; printed throughout in red and black; [COMPLETE, with the following errors in pagination : repeated folios: LXI,CXII,CXLIII,CLIII,CXCVII; NO folios numbered: CXI, CXXI, CXLI, CXLII,CLII, CXCIIII, CXCIX]. : 17 full-page woodcuts, 48 smaller ones, woodcut title-border, every page surrounded by ornamental woodcut border composed of grotesques, interlacements, caryatids, etc., and 2 woodcut computation diagrams. One of the 2 issues by , the other has imprint on title page: En Lyon: Por Guillelmo Rouillio, 1551. Both have colophone: "Fueron impressas las presentes Horas en la ciudad de Leon Francia, en casa de Mathias Bonhomme; 19th century red morocco, four line blind filetpanel round sides, gilt centre ornament, blind tooled panel back with centre ornaments, gilt gauffred edges. FINE 16th CENTURY PRINTED BOOK OF HOURS IN SPANISH. A FINE COPY FROM THE LIBRARY OF LORD ALDENHAM, WITH HIS EX-LIBRIS. The rarest of the two issues, this one printed by Lyonesse printer Mathias Bonnone. All bibliographies ( mentioned below) refer only the the "other" issue printed by Guilielmo Rouillio. Printed on paper. Many of the woodcut borders are signed with the initials P V, a signature long attributed to various artists, but now definitely ascribed to Pierre Vase (Pierre Eskrich). This is a charming little example … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria de Antano (ILAB & ABA Members) [MIAMI, FL, U.S.A.]
2018-08-25 18:55:21
Del Rio [auch: Delrio], Martin
4 (36 x 24 cm), gestochenes Titelbl., 25 Bl. Zueignung u. Inhaltsverz. etc., 468 S. mit einigen Vignetten u. Initialen, 10 Bl. Elenchus Locorum u. Elenchus Auctorum, 18 Bl. Repertorium Generale, Neue HLdr. m. gold. Rückenpräg., Titelbl. neu aufgezogen u. m. winzigen Randverlusten, letzte Hälfte mit Wasserfleck im Bund oben, 1 Bl. mit Eckriss, 1 Eckabriss im Register (ohne Textverlust), 1 Bl. am Seitenrand eckknittrig, sehr vereinzelte Seiten etw. druckschwach, tlw. an den Stegen min. stockfl. allg. gutes Ex. (Die S. 325 bis 336 und 342 f. fehlpaginiert.) Caillet 2967. Zweispaltiger Druck. Das Titelblatt zeigt elf Abbildungen aus dem Buch Exodus, gestochen/gezeichnet von J. de Fornazeris.- Martin Anton Delrio SJ, lateinisch Martinus Antonius Delrius, spanisch Martín Antonio del Río, französisch Martin Antoine del Rio (1551 in Antwerpen + 19. Oktober 1608 in Löwen) war ein Jesuit spanischer Herkunft, der insbesondere als Hexentheoretiker hervortrat, sowie Jurist und Philologe.- Delrios Hauptwerk sind die Disquisitionum magicarum libri sex. Dieser Hexentraktat wurde von 1599 bis 1600 in drei Teilen gedruckt. Obwohl das Werk über 20 Auflagen erlebte (der letzte Nachdruck wurde 1755 in Köln veranstaltet), beschränkte sich seine Wirkung auf den des Lateinischen mächtigen Teil der Gesellschaft, insbesondere den Klerus. Delrio lieferte mit dieser Schrift ein annähernd umfassendes Kompendium aller wichtigen, bisher erschienenen Hexentraktate, darunter der Hexenhammer und das Werk von Jean Bodin. Damit lieferte er seinen Lesern zugleich ein umfassendes Bild der Entwicklung der Hexen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2018-08-25 00:55:57
EMSER, Hieronymus (ed.).
THE CATHOLIC GOSPELS MEANT TO COUNTER LUTHER’S BIBLE EMSER, Hieronymus (ed.).Das new Testament durch hochgelerten Hieronymum Emser seligen verteutscht. Freiburg, durch Stephann Graff, 1551. 8vo. Text in Gothic, glosses in Italic. Title-page, ff. 16, 399 (=407), 7; lacking initial blank. Woodcut vignette on title showing Christ at the Column with the Instruments of the Passion relating to his flagellation and the editor Emser kneeling before him, with his coat of arms at his feet. Between Jesus and the theologian, a cartouche with a motto made up of two verses from the Book of Psalms (Nos 118 and 26): “iniquos odio habui, lege[m] aut[em] tua[m] dilexi. Odi[vi] eccla[siam] malignantium, etcu[m] impiis no[n] sedebo”. Several charming woodcuts by Anton Woensam of Worms throughout, at least one for each Gospel, illustrating the Evangelists, and any other epistolary section. Decorated initials in 3 sizes, the largest ones particularly beautiful. Capital spaces with guide-letter, many printed maniculae and side-notes. Printer’s mark on colophon; without the final blanks, a few marginal repairs in first quire, some waterstains at beginning and light spotting at end. Bound in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, later metal clasps, remains of leather tabs (upper joint split at head, tail of spine slightly defective, some light stains). A very good, clean copy of this scarce edition. Born of a prominent family at Ulm, Hieronymus Emser (1478-1527) was the most ardent literary opponent of Luther’s “pestilential heresy”, as Protestantism is defined in the pres … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-08-13 05:36:55
OLYMPIODORUS, JOHANNES PHILOPONUS
apud haer. Aldo I Manuzio expensis Federico Torresano, 1551. FIRST EDITION. Folio. Two works in one, ff. (iv) 139 (i). Roman letter, little Greek. Printer's device to t-p and last, 18 woodcut geometrical schemas, decorated initials. Marginal staining to some ll. where an attempt has been made to wash cut early marginalia, affecting text in places. Very good, well-margined copy in half purple roan over pink pasteboards, c.1800, usual rubbing. Casemark to fly, ecclesiastical library stamps (C18-C19) to lower margin of t-p ('Bibl[ioteca] S[an] Silve[stro]' and one illegible), early marginalia in places generally legible, the odd pencil annotation. Very good, well-margined copy of the first Latin translations of Olympiodorus's commentary and Johannes Philoponus's 'Scholia' to Aristotle's 'Meteorologica'. Translated by Giovanni Battista Camozzi and dedicated to Pope Julius III, this composite work was sometimes bound with the Greek 'editio princeps' of the same year. Sixteenth-century editions and translations of Greek commentaries sought to recover ancient interpretations of Aristotelian natural philosophy and thus divest it of the Averroistic and Scholastic readings of the medieval period. Olympiodorus the Younger (c.495-570) was a philosopher and astrologer at the School of Alexandria, and the author of numerous commentaries to Plato and Aristotle based on his lectures. Written after 565, 'In meteora Aristotelis commentarii' is the only ancient commentary on 'Meteorologica' which has survived in its entirety. Based on theories already expounded in 'De caelo', 'De physica' and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Limited [GB]
2018-08-07 07:27:23
FUCHS LEONHARD 1501-1566)
Lugduni, Balthazarem Arnollerum, 1551. De Historia Stirpium commentarii insignes (o Commentario notabile della storia delle piante) è un manuale di botanica e medicina pubblicato per la prima volta a Basilea nel 1542 secondo gli studi del medico e botanico tedesco Leonhart Fuchs. L'opera venne
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Sacchi Sas [IT]
2018-08-06 08:20:57
HOMERUS - OMERO
Melchiorre Sesssa/Pietro Nicolini da Sabbio, Venetiis (Venezia) 1551 circa. In 16o (in 8o antico), 284 carte, piena pergamena coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Testo in greco. A cura di Bernardino Regazzola detto Feliciano, nipote del piu' celebre Giovanni Bernardo, latinista e grecista, lettore della Cancelleria Ducale a Venezia (sostituito alla sua morte, verso 1l 1577 da Aldo Manuzio giovane), accademico Pellegrino e della Fama. Fontespizio con marca del Sessa incisa (gatta con topo in bocca che allatta due gattini, con cornice figurata). RARO. Sostituzione della seconda carta bianca. Ottima consevazione (18200/OMERO HOMERUS - ILIADE - ILIAS - BERNARDINO REGAZZOLA FELICIANO - MELCHIORRE SESSA - PIERTO NICOLINI DA SABBIO - VENEZIA - CINQUECENTINE)
Bookseller: Libreria Vanzella [IT]
2018-08-01 05:58:32
VIRGIL - P. VIRGILIUS MARONIS.
Basel, Henric Petri, (1551). Folio. In later full vellum binding with brown leather title-label with gilt lettering to spine. Upper 8 cm of front hinge cracked. Ex-libris pasted on to pasted down front end-paper. Verso of title-page reinforced in inner and top margin, no loss of text. Small paper-strip describing the book pasted on to lower margin of title-page, not affecting text. Internally fine and clean. 24 pp, 1-2084, 2108-2174 sp, 45 pp. The rare second Heinrich Petri-edition (the first being from 1547) of Virgil edited by the German poet, historian and archaeologist, Georg Fabricius (Georg von Goldschmied) (1516-1571) and Donatus and Servius. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2018-07-14 08:12:36
LOBERA DE ÁVILA, Luis
Valladolid, Sebastián Martínez, 1551. Fol. (27,5 x 19,4 cm.) 196 h. fol. inc. port. a dos tintas, rojo y negro, enmarcada por cuatro tacos xilográficos, gran escudo xilográfico de Fernando Niño al centro, a quien está dedicada la obra. Plena piel del XX, lomo cuajado de hierros dorados, tejuelo. Impresión a dos columnas, en caracteres góticos. Primera edición de la última obra publicada del que fuera médico del emperador Carlos V, dedicada al Patriarca de las Indias y presidente del Consejo Real, don Fernando Niño. Como es costumbre en todas las obras de Lobera, contiene diversos escritos. El primero es un compendio de higiene escrito por Lobera a requerimiento del Patriarca de las Indias, al que acompañan un Tratado de la esterilidad de los hombres y mugeres, un Regimiento de las mugeres preñadas, y un tratado de puericultura y pediatría. Ejemplar con algunas manchas de oxidación, injerto en esquina superior y margen lateral de portada. Tan sólo cuatro ejemplares completos en bibliotecas públicas españolas, otros tres faltos y deteriorados. Salvá, nota al 2719 dice que es éste el más raro del autor, “solo me falta el Regimiento de la salud ” [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón [Madrid, Spain]
2018-07-07 10:48:33
DECOUVERTE DE L'AMERIQUE). GOMARA (Francisco Lopez de).
1 vol. petit in-8°, veau brun estampé à froid sur ais de bois, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons à froid, encadrement de filets et de roulettes à froid sur les plats, fleuron à froid dans le cartouche central. Reliure du temps, mors épidermés. Ex-libris au contreplat de C. de Beaurepaire et ex-libris héraldique du XVIIIe s. (15) ff. (sur 16), 287 ff. et 1 vignette gravée sur bois dans le texte (bison). Signatures : [A-B]8 [A-Z]8 [Aa-Nn]8. Il manque le feuillet de titre (joint en fac-similé) ainsi que la carte hors-texte. Quelques cernes dans les marges. CHRONIQUE FONDAMENTALE POUR L'HISTOIRE DE LA DECOUVERTE DE L'AMERIQUE, la Historia general de las Indias fut rédigée par Gomara vers 1551 à partir d'une abondante documentation, recueillie tant dans les ouvrages de Cortès, Anghierra, Oviedo, que des témoignages d'anciens conquistadors. Bien que son récit manque totalement d'objectivité, puisque Gomara cherche autant que possible à montrer les bienfaits de la christianisation des indiens et à légitimer les violences des conquistadors, il demeure le plus vaste et le plus complet ouvrage publié au XVIe siècle sur la conquête du Nouveau Monde. L'édition originale fut publiée en deux parties à Saragosse en 1552. Notre édition est l'une des deux impressions anversoises de 1554, l'autre ayant été donnée par Martin Nucius (en 300 ff.) Notre exemplaire ne comprend que la première partie, qui est consacrée à la découverte de l'Amérique par Christophe Colomb, et à la conquête de l'Amérique méridionale et centrale. La seconde partie, publiée la même année est consacrée à la conquête du Mexiq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Jardin des Muses [Saint-Pierre du Val, NORMA, France]
2018-07-07 06:26:44
PETRARCA (Francesco, PETRARQUE).
In Lyone [Lyon], Guglielmo Rouillio [Guillaume Rouille], 1551. Un fort vol. au format in-16 (107 x 67 mm) de 3 ff. bl., 576 pp., 16 ff. n.fol. et 3 ff. bl. Reliure de plein veau glacé blond, double filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs ornés de filets à froid, doubles caissons d'encadrement dorés, fleurons dorés, toutes tranches mouchetées. Exemplaire entièrement réglé, sorti des presses de Guillaume Rouillé. Outre une page de titre avec marque de l'imprimeur et large bandeau sertissant le titre, l'ouvrage recèle 7 délicats bois gravés ainsi que bandeaux et lettrines. Texte en italien. ''Plutôt que de posséder un atelier typographique, Guillaume Rouillé préférer s'adresser aux meilleurs maîtres imprimeurs et leur laisser les soucie qu'imposaient la direction d'une officine et les relations avec des compagnons de plus en plus exigeants. Entendant réaliser des livres de qualité, il se contentait donc de détenir un matériel de bois, de vignettes et d'alphabets qu'il confiait aux artisans auxquels il avait passé comande. Mais il n'en était pas moins fin lettré et savait à l'occasion faire preuve d'érudition ainsi que l'attestent les épîtres qu'il aimait à placer en tête de ses productions. Elective et habile, il parvint à publier des ouvrages de tous ordres. Il fut l'un des premiers à réaliser des ouvrages ayant tant par l'illustration que par le texte une véritable valeur scientifique''. (in Le Siècle d'or de l'imprimerie lyonnaise, pp. 94 et suivantes). Marsand, Biblioteca petrarchesca, p. 61 - Brunet IV, Manuel du libraire et de l'amateur de livres, 552. Coiffes élim … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Babel Librairie [France, Bayeux]
2018-07-06 08:19:30
CICERO Marcus Tullius
apud Aldi filios [eredi di Aldo Manuzio il vecchio] ALDUS, Venezia (Venetiis), 1551. Large 4to. (20) p., 624, 1-492 col., (8) p., col. 493-824 (i.e. 826), (3) p. Misnumbered. Aldus device on title page and colophon, woodcut initial letters and initial spaces. few marginalia in early hand. Bound in full contemporary vellum with inked title on spine. Nice copy. Work performed by the sons of aldo manuzio of which at the time Paul was the only adult. Columns with beautiful typefaces in italic aldino and in the text numbered Greek characters always in a "similcorsivo". Beautiful work from the typographic point of view. Second Aldine edition of the opera, the first was published in 1546. In the preface by Jacobus Lodovicus Strebaeus, of the same commentaries, the comments also include the studies, the missives and the annotations performed by the following scholars: Philippus Melanchton, Aulus Antonius Palmyraenus, Victor Pisamus Patritius, Anitius Manlius Boethius, Georgius Valla Placentinus (1447-1500), Joannes Visorius Coenomanus (d. 1568), Bartholomaeus Latomus (1485? -1570), Christoph Hegendorff (1500-1540), Nicolaus Angelicus Bucinensis (Defensio to Philippus Strozam Becichemus), (Epist of Johannes Antonius Montis Gysbertus Longolinus), Claudius Pontanus , Petrus Victorinus, Hieronymus Capidurus, Fabius Victorinus. Renouard p. 136, nr. 8; Adams C-1698; BM 5:855 (617). not in Ahmanson-Murphy [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Chaco 4ever Books [CABA, BS AS, Argentina]
2018-07-02 14:50:51
Aristoteles (Aristotele)
Vinegia, MDLI: In fine: Venetia per Bartholomeo detto l' imperador et Francesco suo genero, 1551. Vinegia, MDLI: In fine: Venetia per Bartholomeo detto l' imperador et Francesco suo genero. [Legatura-Politica] (cm.16) bella piena pergamena originale con unghie, piatti con rosone centrale entro doppio filetto con gigli angolari, il tutto in oro, tagli dorati.-- cc. 230, cc. 17 nn. + 1 c. bianca. Bellissimo frontis architettonico con putti e figure emblematiche a lato che sorreggono il cartiglio col titolo. Capolettera figurati, carattere corsivo e rotondo minuto ed elegante. Dedica a Cosimo dè Medici. Seconda edizione tradotta dal Segni simile all' edizione di Crusca del 1549. " Questo libro è quasi tutto corretto, forse di mano dello stesso autore, per farne una nuova ristampa" (Paitoni). Piuttosto raro, manca all' Adams, Poggiali e Razzolini. Lieve alone alle ultime carte ma bell' esemplare fresco e nitido. Piccolo vecchio restauro ad un angolo della legatura e ad un forellino al dorso, dorature in parte sbiadite. * Gamba 91; * Argelati I 99; * Paitoni I 125; * Graesse I 218; * Bm. Stc. 53.[f52] . buono. Rilegato. seconda edizione. 1551.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2018-06-30 19:38:36
APPIEN d'Alexandrie
Caroli Stephani (Charles Estienne),, Paris, 1551. Editio princeps de l'Histoire romaine d'Appien publiée par Charles et Robert Estienne avec les trois corps des Grecs du Roi gravés par Claude Garamont.In-folio (338 x 225 mm.), 393, (3) pp. (inversion des pp. 319-326, 315-318 et 307-314, sans manque), (sig. A8 B-Z6 2A-2I6 2K4), reliure en veau, encadrement de double filets à froid et d'une roulette représentant les vertus, médaillon doré à décor d'arabesque au centre des plats et fleurons dorés de type Alde en écoinçon, dos à nerfs (reliure de l'époque)."An outstanding example of the Greek printed book" (The Publishing Centres of the Greeks - 2001). Les "Grecs du Roi" ont été gravés par Claude Garamont, "tailleur et fondeur de lettres", d'après les modèles fournis par le calligraphe royal, le crétois Ange Vergèce, pour servir à l'impression des manuscrits grecs de la Bibliothèque du Roi par Robert Estienne. Le corps 16 est utilisé pour la première fois en 1543. Le corps 9 est terminé en 1546 et sert à imprimer un Nouveau Testament en novembre 1546. Le Nouveau Testament grec in-folio du 15 juin 1550 voit l'emploi des deux corps déjà cités et d'un corps 20, le plus grand de la série. Cette première publication de l'Histoire romaine, établie d'après les manuscrits grecs de la Bibliothèque du Roi, a été préparée conjointement par Robert Estienne avant son départ pour Genève en 1550 et par son frère Charles qui signe l'édition. La page de titre est ornée de la belle marque de l'imprimeur du Roi pour le grec. Cette marque a été créée par Robert Estienne mais c'est ici le modèle de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard (SLAM-ILAB) [COLMAR, France]
2018-06-26 06:28:22
SICCO, Giovanni Antonio
Giunta, Venezia, 1551. In -4, cc. 20; legatura in cartonato colorato. Al frontespizio marca tipografica incisa su legno e due capilettera xilografici. Dedica a Vittore Trincavelli, medico veneziano. Rara prima edizione di un interessante trattato che, secondo il progetto dell'autore, doveva essere il primo della più vasta opera "De antiqua medicina", e che non fu mai dato alle stampe (o addirittura distrutto dallo stesso autore). Si legge infatti al frontespizio "Caput primum libri primi De antiqua medicina eiusdem auctoris".Durling 4203A woodcut printer's mark on title page, two initials. Dedication to Vittore Trincavelli, a venetian doctor. A rare first edition of an interesting work that, in the author's intention, had to be the first of a wider work, "De antiqua medicina", never printed (if not destroied by the author himself). On the title page is written: "Caput libri primi De antiqua medicina eiusdem auctoris".Durling 4203 [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2018-06-25 16:12:23
Homer.
Basel, Johann Herwagen, August 1551. Folio. [10] Bl., 394 [i.e. 410] S., 1 Bl., 314 Ss, 1 Bl. Mit zwei verschiedenen Druckermarken, davon eine zweimal wiederholt, und zahlreichen Initialen. Wittenberger Schweinsleder-Holzdeckelband der Zeit aus der Werkstatt von Caspar Genseler mit reicher Rollenstempel-Blindpressung und zwei Schließen (leichte Gebrauchsspuren). Nachdruck der bei Herwagen zuerst 1541 erschienenen Ausgabe in der Bearbeitung durch die Tübinger bzw. Heidelberger Griechisch-Professoren Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574) und Jacob Micyllus (1503-1558). Die schön gedruckte Ausgabe enthält neben dem Text die Scholien des Didymus sowie einen Index der Wort- und Eigennamen. Der gut erhaltene Renaissance-Einband mit den Initialen »NKL« und Jahreszahl »1560« zeigt unter anderem eine Rolle mit biblischen Szenen (Kreuzigung, Auferstehung, Taufe) mit dem Monogramm »CG« datiert »1557«. Sie ist bei Haebler I, 136, 2 und der Einbanddatenbank (EBDB r005137) verzeichnet und stammt aus der Werkstatt des Wittenberger Buchbinders Caspar Genseler (? 1588). - Vorderer Vorsatz und Titel mit Besitzeinträgen und zeitgenössischem lateinischem Motto, einzelen Marginalien, schönes Exemplar. - - VD16, H-4593; Adams 754; Hoffmann II, 316; vgl. Hieronymus, Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen 169 und Graecogermania Nr. 81 (beide zur Ausgabe 1541). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Stuttgarter Antiquariat [Stuttgart, Germany]
2018-06-24 03:36:07
Basileae (Basel): Nicolas Brylinger, [1551?]. Octavo, 18.75 x 12 cm, ff. [4 of 8], 499 (of 500), [9 of 25]. The title page is missing, also the first leaf of text (Genesis 1), and some leaves from the preliminaries and from the index. Brylinger was a noted printed of this important city and issued numerous editions of the Latin Bible. The text block has been trimmed from 21 cm to 18.75, presumably in the width as well, but in no way affecting the text or shoulder notes which extend into the margin. Latin glosses appear on the margins throughout in a contemporary hand. The binding, pigskin over boards, appears to be original, or at least contemporary with the presumed printing date. The binding has raised bands, and shows evidence of two clasps, now gone. In addition the boards are rather elaborately incised with panels and floral motifs, and a couple of other panels, one giving a series of letters, the other showing the date of 1522. Paper shows a slight browning from age. The inside of both front and back boards have considerable writing on them. Not listed in Darlow & Moule, Adams, or OCLC, but the German site KVK lists a 1551 printing, which is most probably this. One appearance at auction, also an incomplete copy. A scarce printing in an original binding.
Bookseller: Plaza Books [U.S.A.]
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2018-06-22 14:41:11
Alciati, Andrea; Raymundus, Jean; Oldendorp, J
1551. 3 titles, in 1 book. Lyon, 1551; 1549; 1551. Notable Sixteenth-Century Treatises on Presumption, Legal Writing and the Corpus Juris Civilis Alciati, Andrea[s] [1492-1550]. Nicolas, Jean [16th C.], Editor. Tractatus de Praesumptionibus, Cum Annotationibus, & Argumentis Ioan. Nicolai Arelatani I.V.D. Index Praeterea Copiosissimus in Fine Operis Adiectus. Lyon: Apud Haeredes Iacobi Iuntae, 1551. 415, [57] pp. [Bound with] Raymundus, Jean (Joannes). Epistolarum Legalium, In Quibus Varii Iuris Articuli Continentur, Libri Tres. Scholijs, In Gratiam Ivuenum Singulas Epistolas Illustrantibus, Adiectis. Lyon: Apud Gulielmum Rouillium, 1549. 174, [2] pp. [And] Oldendorp, Johann [1488-1567]. Titulorum Iuris Civilis Index, Pristinae Respondens Gravitati. Imperatorum, Ac Jurisconsultorum Catalogus. Item, Regulae Iuris, Ad Locos Communes Redactae. Lyon: Apud Seb. Gryphium, 1551. 142 pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary limp vellum derived from a manuscript leaf. Moderate soiling and staining, wear to spine ends, chip near center of spine, lower corner of front cover mostly perished, fore-edge of rear cover worn, fore-edges of nine preceding leaves with diminishing degrees of wear and no loss to text, front hinge partially cracked. Moderate toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, early owner signature to title page of Tractatus, brief early annotations in a few other places. $1,850. * Tractatus: later edition; Epistolarum, only edition; Titulorum: second edition. An important Italian humanist and professor of law at Avignon, Bologna, Milan, Padua, Ferrara and Bourges, Alci … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2018-06-19 00:11:42
MORE, SIR THOMAS [1478-1535].
1551. 2 Volumes. small 8vo. pp. viii, clxxx, 141; 2 p.l. (incl. errata), 320. engraved frontis. portrait, 5 woodcut head & tailpieces, & 5 other text woodcuts. contemporary half calf, gilt backs (light embrowning to a few leaves). Inscribed 'Eliza Sutton. First
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd [CA]
2018-06-17 15:23:01
Porzio (Portius), Simone
Florenz, Lorenzo Torrentino, 1551. 98 SS., letztes weißes Blatt. Mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Initiale. Marmorbroschur. 4to. Erste und einzige Ausgabe des Hauptwerks: Porzio behandelt die Seele und den Intellekt des Menschen und macht sich dabei die materialistischen Ansichten seines Lehrers Pietro Pompanazzi zu eigen, indem er die Sterblichkeit der individuellen Seele vertritt (vgl. Ziegenfuß II, 304). Im 23. Kapitel setzt sich Porzio mit den Argumenten Averroes' in Bezug auf das dritte Buch von Aristoteles Abhandlung "De Anima" auseinander. Aufgrund seiner mangelnden Orthodoxie hinsichtlich der Frage der Unsterblichkeit wurde der Verfasser heftig angegriffen. - Porzio (1497-1554) lehrte Philosophie und Medizin in Pisa, später in Neapel (vgl. Poggendorff II, 506). "His philosophic theory was identical with that of Pomponazzi, whose 'De immortalitate animi' he defended and amplified in a treatise 'De mente humana'. There is told of him a story which illustrates the temper of the early humanistic revival in Italy. When he was beginning his first lecture at Pisa he opened the meteorological treatises of Aristotle. The audience, composed of students and townspeople, interrupted him with the cry 'Quid de anima' ('We would hear about the soul'), and Porzio was constrained to change the subject of his lecture. He professed the most open materialism, denied immortality in all forms and taught that the soul of man is homogeneous with the soul of animals and plants, material in origin and incapable of separate existence" (Enylopaedia Britannica, 11th ed., s.v.). - Schöner Druck, durc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-06-17 15:23:01
Porzio (Portius), Simone
Florence, Lorenzo Torrentino, 1551. 4to. 67, (1) pp. With a figural woodcut initial. Marbled wrappers. First edition of this rare treatise on human action and the voluntariness of man's ethical dispositions: "an investigation of whether the formation of a virtuous or vicious habit is due to our freedom of choice. The treatise is divided into fourteen chapters and begins with a doxographical survey in which the Aristotelian position is opposed to the doctrines of the Stoics and the Platonists. What these latter positions have in common, according to Porzio, is that they both deny the complex nature of the human being, which he forcefully depicts as inescapably composed of both rationality and materiality. His analysis of the limits of human freedom touches upon Renaissance concepts of man and his place in the universe, as well as combines a distinctive approach to Aristotle?s teaching with an heterodox attitude towards divine grace" (L. Casini, "En renässansaristoteliker om den mänskliga frihetens gränser", in: Lychnos [2009], pp. 49-67, at p. 61). Porzio (1497-1554), a student of Pietro Pompanazzi and variously a writer on medical subjects, taught philosophy in Pisa and Naples. He held that the soul is the individual and corruptible form of the human body. - A finely printed work, showing some slight brownstaining throughout. From the library of the historian of medicine Walter Pagel (1898-1983). - Edit 16, CNCE 34585. BM-STC Italian 537. Adams P 1957. Durling 3741.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
2018-06-15 07:04:18
PORZIO Simone
Appresso Lorenzo Torrentino, In Fiorenza, 1551. In-8 (168x110 mm.), pp. 139, (5, bianche in fine). Dedica del traduttore, Giambattista Gelli, all'auditore Francesco Torelli, alcune grandi iniziali xilografate figurate. Legatura in mezza pelle, titolo inciso in oro su tassello rosso merlettato in oro al dorso. Esemplare fresco e a larghi margini ottimamente impresso. Prima edizione italiana, fatta su quella latina dello stesso anno da Giambatista Gelli, con il quale l'autore aveva in quegli stessi anni inaugurato un proficuo rapporto di collaborazione. Il Porzio (o Porta, dal cognome latinizzato Portius [vel] Porcius), fu medico e filosofo, napoletano (1497-1554), allievo del Nifo e professore di medicina all'università di Pisa dal 1545 al 1552. Questo suo trattato, vertente intorno alla natura del libero arbitrio, in un panorama di argomenti che lambisce alcune sensibilità "riformate", si svolge in un agone dove "a sfidarsi scendono tre scuole filosofiche: lo stoicismo, con il suo uomo capace di autodeterminarsi e di salvarsi da solo, associato esplicitamente da Porzio al pelagianesimo; il platonismo, per il quale, al contrario, l'uomo è capace del bene solo per dono divino, e nel quale è necessario riconoscere un implicito riferimento ai riformati; e infine la posizione mediana ed equilibrata, quella dell'aristotelismo, capace, in virtù del riconoscimento dell'ambiguità della natura umana, di concedere all'uomo tanta libertà quanta gliene basta per riconoscere i propri limiti". (Eva Del Soldato, DBI, ad vocem). Bibliografia: Gamba 1596, in nota. Moreni, 161. BM-STC Italian … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2018-05-28 07:11:37
Plutarco (ca. 50-120) ; Enzinas, Francisco de (1518-1552), trad.
En Argentina: en casa de Augustin Frisio, año d'el señor de M.D.LI [1551]. [Colofón: à costas d'el señor Pedro de Porres, en el mes de Mayo, d'el año d'el Señor de M.D.LI]. [i.e. 1551].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 1ª ed., 1er estado.- Folio, (295x194 mm).- [6], 320, 71, [3] h.; sign.: a6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, AA-FF6, GG8, Aaa-Lll6, Mmm8; grabado xilográfico (un caballero sobre un caballo alado, hiriendo a un león con un venablo) en portada y, el mismo, en verso del colofón; apostillas marginales.- // Pergamino a la romana de época, procedente de otra obra, reaprovechado de antiguo para proteger esta, aunque boca abajo; lomo liso con tejuelo de ordenación encolado en parte superior; cuerpo desprendido del plano trasero; portada y primeros dos folios remarginados; una galería en punta inferior de folio 51 a 68, sin afectar, otra, también en punta inferior, de folio 200 a 237 restaurada de antiguo con injertos toscos y, otra, en margen superior de folio 279 a 301, también sin afectar; folio 147 rasgado y reparado de antiguo; papel oscurecido; cerco de humedad en punta superior; buenos márgenes; algunos subrayados de época y esporádicas anotaciones manuscritas.- // Proc.: Dos exlibris antiguos manuscritos en portada uno sobre el otro, apenas discernibles, 'Pertenece a su dueño, .' y 'Pertene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2018-05-22 15:10:54
Homer.
Basileae per Nicolaum Bryling. & Bartholomaeum Calybaeum. Anno M.D.LI. [Basel, Brylingerus & Calybaeus (Stähelin), 1551]. Ca. 34,5 x 22,5 cm. 6 Blätter, 292 Seiten; Zwischentitel, 3 Blätter, 317 Seiten. Blindgeprägter Pergamentband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit zwei Gelbguß-Schließen. VD 16 H 4596. Text griechischer und lateinischer Sprache. Mit Plutachs Beschreibung von Homers Leben.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rainer Schlicht [Berlin, Germany]
2018-05-21 06:11:10
Appian of Alexandria (fl. c. A.D. 160)
First edition and the Editio Princeps. Woodcut printer's device on title, foliated and grotesque woodcut Greek initials and matching head- and tailpieces and borders for initials. Folio (309x199mm), bound in the antique vellum binding. 393, [1] leaf. A handsome and well preserved copy with some normal aging or age mellowing to the binding and some abrasion or offsetting at the first and second leaves. Inner margin skillfully restored at the initial leaf. FIRST EDITION, RARE. "Editio Princeps of Appian's histories of the various Roman wars from the earliest times to the accession of Vespasian (A.D. 70). The edition was begun by Robert Estienne before his departure from Paris and completed and printed by Charles Estienne. This volume is generally cited as the supreme example of the use of the Royal Greek types; it is, in fact the first classical text printed in all three sizes of the 'grecs du roi' (first used together the preceding year in the New Testament). 'One of the most exquisite books printed from these fonts...is Charles and Robert Estienne's Greek edition of Appian...All three sizes of type are used in it. The type in mass, and the proportion and imposition of the type-page, are very splendid, and there is another reason for looking at it. The superb decorations and initials by Tory...are wonderful, in their accord with the colour of the Greek text, in their printable qualities and in their grace of design.'" [D. B. Updike, Printing Types I, 23-8; Schreiber 126]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-05-21 06:11:10
APPIEN d'Alexandrie
Paris, Caroli Stephani (Charles Estienne), 1551.Editio princeps de l'Histoire romaine d'Appien publiée par Charles et Robert Estienne avec les trois corps des Grecs du Roi gravés par Claude Garamont.In-folio (338 x 225 mm.), 393, (3) pp. (inversion des pp. 319-326, 315-318 et 307-314, sans manque), (sig. A8 B-Z6 2A-2I6 2K4), reliure en veau, encadrement de double filets à froid et d'une roulette représentant les vertus, médaillon doré à décor d'arabesque au centre des plats et fleurons dorés de type Alde en écoinçon, dos à nerfs (reliure de l'époque)."An outstanding example of the Greek printed book" (The Publishing Centres of the Greeks - 2001). Les "Grecs du Roi" ont été gravés par Claude Garamont, "tailleur et fondeur de lettres", d'après les modèles fournis par le calligraphe royal, le crétois Ange Vergèce, pour servir à l'impression des manuscrits grecs de la Bibliothèque du Roi par Robert Estienne. Le corps 16 est utilisé pour la première fois en 1543. Le corps 9 est terminé en 1546 et sert à imprimer un Nouveau Testament en novembre 1546. Le Nouveau Testament grec in-folio du 15 juin 1550 voit l'emploi des deux corps déjà cités et d'un corps 20, le plus grand de la série. Cette première publication de l'Histoire romaine, établie d'après les manuscrits grecs de la Bibliothèque du Roi, a été préparée conjointement par Robert Estienne avant son départ pour Genève en 1550 et par son frère Charles qui signe l'édition. La page de titre est ornée de la belle marque de l'imprimeur du Roi pour le grec. Cette marque a été créée par Robert Estienne mais c'est ici le modèle de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard [France, Colmar]
2018-05-21 06:11:10
[Terence; Terentius Afer, Publius]; Terentii Afri P
Ioannem de Roigny [Jean de Roigny]. "A most excellent edition... [and] a rare occurrence" (Dibdin) of Terence's six extant plays and the first of the imprints, the colophon dated Calendas Decembris, Anno 1551. With well over 100 fine woodcut scenes of actors upon the stage preceding the various scenes of the play along with numerous fine woodcut decorative initials all throughout. The illustrations were originally presented in the Lyons edition of Jean Trechsel 1493. The text printed in a handsome large italic type with the extensive commentary printed around it in smaller italic. Folio [313 x 210mm), in a contemporary binding of vellum over boards, the vellum paneled in blind on the covers, the spine with tall and wide raised bands blind tooled, one compartment with manuscript lettering in brown ink, two small paper labels with manuscript lettering in separate compartments. [1ff.], 776pp., [38pp. index] A tall and very handsome copy, the paper fresh and clean with a nice firm impression, the title-page with a few manuscript markings. This is a superior copy with essentially none of the flaws books to which books of this early period are prone. The textblock is solid and firm within the handsome and sturdy binding, the handsome vellum binding appropriately aged. A FINE AND IMPORTANT EDITION OF TERENCE'S COMEDIES, WITH THE FOURTH CENTURY COMMENTARIES OF DONATUS AND OTHERS AND THE RENAISSANCE COMMENTARIES OF ERASMUS, MELANCHCHTON, BEMBO AND OTHERS, and "almost all the valuable treatises upon the author up to the period of its publication" - Dibdin. This tall and handsome prin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-05-19 20:52:01
MUNSTER, Sebastian.:
Basileae, in officina Henrichi Petri, 1551. FIRST EDITION 1551, imprint from colophon, Latin text, small folio, approximately 305 x 200 mm, 12 x 8 inches, large woodcut illustration to title page, woodcut illustrations throughout including 12 striking images of the signs of the zodiac, diagrams and historiated initials, printer's pictorial device on verso final page, LACKING FOLDING PLATE and blank page a6. Pages: 10, 242, (2), Errata on recto of last leaf with illustration meant for page 145, collation: a6 (-a6 a blank), A-E6, F4, G-T6, V4, X6, bound in full early blind panelled calf, rebacked to style with raised bands and blind ornament in compartments, no label or lettering. Boards lightly worn, 2 corners neatly repaired, a touch of rubbing to head and tail of spine, free endpapers missing, armorial bookplate of Charles Vere Dashwood and early pictorial bookplate of William Jesse Freer on front pastedown, title page reinserted on a tab, slightly darkened in margins, ink number to top corner, small repair to lower corner, tiny hole on image neatly repaired on reverse, small light brown stain to lower inner corner of a2 to B4, restarting on L2 to P6, minute hole in text on a2, no loss of legibility, inner margin between a5 and A1 and lower corner of P5 neatly repaired. A very good copy. Now housed in a custom made sturdy felt lined cloth bound clamshell box with gilt lettered black morocco spine. Adams, European Books 1501-1600, Volume I, M1939; Honeyman Collection, Part V, No.2274. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
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