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2020-07-02 19:46:10
Floris de Vriendt, Frans / Franck Floris de Vriendt (1517-1570)
1552. Frans Floris de Vriendt o Franck Floris de Vriendt (Amberes, c.1519-1570), pintor flamenco del siglo XVI. Destacado por haber introducido el manierismo y un conjunto de rasgos pictóricos de procedencia italiana que son llamados romanismo en Flandes y los Países Bajos. Su particular manierismo evidencia temáticamente y estilísticamente los influjos de la pintura flamenca, en el uso de colores sobrios y en la tensión de los personajes en escenas tales como las del Juicio Final.   [Fra. floris fecit.] .   Haer tibi promissa est faelix Victoria fatis[.] . Formato (cm): 31,5x43
Bookseller: Frame [Madrid, MADRI, Spain]
2020-06-25 15:13:23
DIODORE DE SICILE.
Apud Seb. Gryphium Lugd. (A Lyon Sébastien Gryphe), 1552, 1 volume in-18 de 125x75x55 mm environ,1f.blanc,1127 pages, 1f.blanc, plein veau cannelle, dos à nerfs orné de petits fers et frises à froid, double encadrement de filets à froid et losange au centre de s plats et petits fleurons dorés à chaque angle. Un mouillure claire sur la tranche supérieure qui déborde sur l'ensemble du volume, quelques notes mansucrites sur la première garde blanche, petits frottements et légères auréoles sur le cuir, sinon bon état. Impression lyonnaise en italique. Diodore de Sicile (en latin Diodorus Siculus) est un historien grec du Ier siècle av. J.-C., contemporain de Jules César et d'Auguste, auteur de la Bibliothèque historique. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène SARL [Lyon, France]
2020-06-23 15:48:28
Gabriello CHIABRERA (1552-1638) Delle opere di Gabbriello Chiabrera in questa ultima impressione tutte in un corpo novellamente unite. In Venezia [Venise], 1757. Presso Angiolo Geremia. 5 volumes in-12 (14.5 x 8cm) de XLIV pages (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et vie de Chiabrera) - 313 pages ; 288 page ; 272 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) ; 4 feuillets non chiffrés (titre et au lecteur) - 278 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) & 4 feuillets non chiffrés (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et index) - 256 pages - 2 feuillets non chiffrés (errata). Complet. Reliure de l'époque en maroquin vert souple à dos lisse ornés de caissons et de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin grenat, roulette d'encadrement dorée sur les plats, coupes guillochées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Excellent état, très frais. Quelques rares rousseurs claires. Quelques ombres aux reliures. Texte en italien. Ce type de reliure en maroquin souple est des plus rares. Rare édition des œuvres du grand poète et littérateur baroque italien Gabriello Chiabrera appelé le Pindare italien. Ces œuvres complètes avaient déjà été publiées à Rome en 1718, mais leur édition très incomplète avait reçu de nombreuses critiques, et l'imprimeur Angiolo Geremia en avait redonnée une édition corrigée en 1730, mais avec les 4 premiers volumes uniquement : notre édition est donc à préférer. Les poésies lyriques de Gabriello Chiabrera, publiées en 3 parties à Gênes (1586, 1587, et 1588), ont été souvent réimprimées. Il a aussi composé des tragédies, des comédies, des poèmes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-06-21 00:48:13
Condition: Buone condizioni. CAPACCIO, Giulio Cesare (1552-1634), Delle imprese trattato di Giulio Cesare Capaccio. In tre libri diviso. Nel primo, del modo di far l'Impresa da qualsivoglia oggetto, o Naturale, o Artificioso con nuove maniere si ragiona. Nel secondo, tutti ieroglifici, simboli e cose Mistiche in lettere Sacre, o Profane si scuoprono; e come da quegli cavar si ponno l'Imprese. Nel terzo, nel figurar degli emblemi di molte cose naturali per l'Imprese si tratta Napoli Giovanni Giacomo Carlino & Antonio Pace per Orazio Salviani Tre parti in un volume in 4to (mm. 205x142); Cc. [32], 84; 148; 60. Segnatura: ¶4 a-g4 A-X4; Aa-Zz4 Aaa-Ooo4; Aaaa-Pppp4. Con 300 illustrazioni xilografiche nel testo, raffiguranti emblemi, medaglie, armi nobiliari e altri simboli. Marche tipografiche ai titoli e al verso dell'ultima carta. Solida pergamena di fine Seicento o inizio Settecento con tassello e titolo in oro al dorso. Piccolo foro alla c. A2 dovuto alla qualità della carta che comporta una perdita di qualche parola, antico rinforzo ai margini interno ed inferiore della c. Ll2, lievi fioriture sparse, qualche leggero alone, ma nel complesso ottima copia genuina. PRIMA EDIZIONE di uno dei maggiori trattati di emblematica del Cinquecento, importante sia dal punto di vista teorico che per il ricchissimo ed originale apparato iconografico. Il volume presenta due dediche, una firmata dall'autore e indirizzata a Giovanni Battista Crispi ed un'altra di F. Tommaso da Capua al cardinale di Mondovì. Sono datate rispettivamente da Napoli il primo e l'ultimo giorno di maggio del 1591. I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-20 17:44:03
CAPACCIO, Julius Caesar (1552-1634), Businesses treated by Giulio Cesare Capaccio. In three books divided. In the first, the way of doing business from any object, or natural, or artificial with new ways is reasoned. In the second, all hieroglyphics, Mystical symbols and things in Sacred or Profane letters are discovered; and how the Companies are placed from those quarries. In the third, it is a question of depicting the emblems of many natural things for the enterprise Naples Giovanni Giacomo Carlino & Antonio Pace for Orazio Salviani Three parts in a volume in 4to (mm. 205x142); Cc. [32], 84; 148; 60. Shelf mark: ¶4 ag4 AX4; Aa-Zz4 Aaa-ooo4; Aaaa-PPPP4. With 300 woodcut illustrations in the text, depicting emblems, medals, noble weapons and other symbols. Typographic brands on the titles and on the reverse of the last card. Solid parchment from the late seventeenth or early eighteenth century with a piece and a gold title on the spine. Small hole at c. A2 due to the quality of the paper which entails a loss of a few words, ancient reinforcement at the inner and lower margins of the c. Ll2, slight scattered blooms, some light halo, but overall excellent genuine copy. FIRST EDITION of one of the major treatises of emblematic of the sixteenth century, important both from a theoretical point of view and for the very rich and original iconographic apparatus. The volume presents two dedications, one signed by the author and addressed to Giovanni Battista Crispi and another by F. Tommaso da Capua to the cardinal of Mondovì. The first and last day of May 1591 are dated respectiv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-18 21:19:40
Thomas Wilson (1524-1581); John Seton (?)
London: Richard Grafton, 1552. Fair condition. [WILSON, THOMAS (1524-1581)]. The Rule of Reason Conteining the Arte of Logique. Set Forth in English, and Newely Corrected. Wherunto is Added a Table, for the Ease of the Reader. Imprinted at London: By Richard Grafton, printer to the Kynges Maiestie, Anno M.D.L. II. [1552]. Hardcover. Second edition. Leather-bound. Small octavo (8⁰) (145 x 100mm), ff. 160 (numbered leaves). Signatures: B-X⁸. English text in black letter. Contemporary full calf, spine with four raised bands. Running title reads: 'Arte of Logique'. Historiated and capital initials, shoulder notes, tables in the text. Contemporary signature to first leaf reads 'And. Barker'. Extremely rare second edition of Thomas Wilson's classic work on logic, probably the first authoritative work on the subject by an English author, here encouraged to print by Richard Grafton, it is recognised as the authors earliest work of importance. This copy unfortunately lacks all before B¹ and all after X⁸, regardless copies of the first and second editions are extremely rare. The original covers are somewhat worn with a rather basic cloth repair to lower spine, the textblock is a little loose, the contents show age related browning and toning, folios 1-160 are marked out in sequence, we are missing the title-page and prelims, rear index and colophon. [ESTC S120184]. Paypal only. International tracked shipping - dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-06-15 17:25:49
BRUNFELS, Otto.
Epitome ex gravissimis authoribus, totius rei medicae summam complectens, ... congesta: nuper verò emendata et locupletata.Paris, Guillaume Julian, 1552. 16mo (11.5 x 7.5 cm). Old limp parchment. 104 ll. Fourth(?) edition of a rare pocket handbook of practical herbal medicine, in Latin. The tiny separately published editions probably served as simple handbooks for many practicing doctors and clerics who tended the sick. It includes numerous, often alphabetical lists of plants, each covering a different category according to their botanical or medical characteristics or the ailments they can ameliorate.Otto Brunfels (ca. 1464?-1534) took an interest in the healing powers of plants, moved to Switzerland and became a physician and one of the most important fathers of modern botany.With several early owners' inscriptions, a bookplate and a library stamp. With 2 letters in 1 note very slightly shaved, a corner of a couple leaves torn off, and a few marginal stains, otherwise still in good condition. Adams B2922; for Brunfels: Greene, Landmarks of botanical history II, pp. 241-270.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:53
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Adamus Macropedii fabula Christianae pietatis plaena. In qua "koozikoos" oste[n]ditur, quo pacto lapsus homo post multas multorum saeculorum calamitates et miserias per Christum ab initio promissum, tandem[ue] mundo exhibitum, saluti restituitur. Utrecht, Herman van Borculo, 1552.With:(2) Sententiae singulis versibus contentae, ex diversorum poëtarum sententiis Graecis, Latinae redditae.[Colophon:] Antwerp, Johannes Loeus, 1544.(3) ERASMUS, Desiderius. [Drop title:] Christiani hominis institutum.Including: ISOCRATES. [Drop title:] Ad demonicum paraenesis.[Antwerp, Jan Verwithagen?, 1551?]. With a large woodcut device on the last page. The Erasmus is a complete work extracted from an edition also containing other works and therefore lacks the general title-page and begins with quire G. 3 works in 1 volume. Small 8vo (13.5 x 9 cm). 18th-century gold-tooled calf. [68]; [12]; [12] ll. Ad 1: Very rare first edition of Macropedius's Adamus, a popular school drama on the history of mankind since the fall of man until the birth of Jesus. Macropedius's comedies and tragedies, inspired by the plays of Plautus and Terence, are outstanding specimens of Renaissance Latin school drama. These school dramas had an instructive function in humanistic education as well as the added advantage of familiarizing the pupils with Latin metrics and language through their participation in the performance.Ad 2: Unrecorded third or fourth (?) edition of a very popular collection of proverbs and sayings from Greek poets translated in Latin. Ad 3: Erasmus's catechetical poem Institutum hominis Christiani … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:17
CALVETE DE ESTRELLA, Juan Cristóbal.
El felicissimo viaje d'el muy alto y muy poderoso Principe Don Phelippe, hijo d'el Emperador Don Carlos Quinto Maximo, desde España à sus tierras dela Baxa Alemaña: con la descripcion de todos los estados de Brabante y Flandes. Escrito en quatro libros, ...Antwerp, Martinus Nutius I, 1552 (colophon 25 May 1552). Small folio (27 x 19.5 cm). With the woodcut arms of Charles V on title-page, a full-page woodcut triumphal arch erected in Ghent for Philip's entry, Nutius's woodcut device at the end, and dozens of woodcut decorated initials (4 series). Near contemporary limp vellum, with 6 fragments of a 16th-century manuscript reinforcing the spine of the bookblock, blind- and (later) gold-tooled spine. [8], 335, [19] ll. First (and only early) edition, in the original Spanish, of an eyewitness account of the future King Philip II of Spain's travels from Spain through Italy and the German states to the Low Countries from 1548 to 1550 or 1551, intended as preparation for the duties he would face when he succeeded to (in the event only some of) the titles of his father, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, who was also King Charles I of Spain. The Aragon humanist scholar Juan Cristóbal Calvete de Estrella (ca. 1510/20?-1593) served in the Spanish court of Charles V, who appointed him tutor to Prince Philip (1527-1598) in 1541. He accompanied Philip on these travels, so that his book forms an essential primary source for both the life and personality of the future King Philip II, who was to bring Spain its golden age and its greatest power and wealth, and for the early beginnings of h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 08:42:05
DEMETRIUS PHALEREUS]
Florentiæ [Florence]: Apud Iuntas [Giunta], 1552. First separate edition. 8vo. (12), 96, (2) pp, bound without the final blank as often. Later, probably 18th century full calf, spine with raised bands, blindstamped decoration to the boards, the early ownership inscription of a Danto Maria di Franco del Besso to the head of the title page, a later ownership inscription to the front free endpaper. Publisher's engraved device to the title page, repeated in a slightly different style to the verso of the final leaf. The first quire of the main part of the text has been supplied from another, smaller, copy and has been mounted onto wider margined leaves prior to binding so they are flush with the rest of the text block, a little marginal worming to the first quarter of the book, occasional slight staining not affecting the printing, neat repairs to the spine ends and joints. An important work on classical rhetoric by Demetrius of Phalerium (c.350-280 B.C.), edited by Pietro Vettori, only previously appearing in print in a collected edition of Greek oratory and rhetoric published by Aldus in 1508-9.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop (ABA, ILAB) [Lewes, United Kingdom]
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2020-06-10 14:12:05
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Adamus Macropedii fabula Christianae pietatis plaena. In qua "koozikoos" oste[n]ditur, quo pacto lapsus homo post multas multorum saeculorum calamitates et miserias per Christum ab initio promissum, tandem[ue] mundo exhibitum, saluti restituitur. Utrecht, Herman van Borculo, 1552.With:(2) Sententiae singulis versibus contentae, ex diversorum poëtarum sententiis Graecis, Latinae redditae.[Colophon:] Antwerp, Johannes Loeus, 1544.(3) ERASMUS, Desiderius. [Drop title:] Christiani hominis institutum.Including: ISOCRATES. [Drop title:] Ad demonicum paraenesis.[Antwerp, Jan Verwithagen?, 1551?]. With a large woodcut device on the last page. The Erasmus is a complete work extracted from an edition also containing other works and therefore lacks the general title-page and begins with quire G. 3 works in 1 volume. Small 8vo (13.5 x 9 cm). 18th-century gold-tooled calf. [68]; [12]; [12] ll. Ad 1: Very rare first edition of Macropedius's Adamus, a popular school drama on the history of mankind since the fall of man until the birth of Jesus. Macropedius's comedies and tragedies, inspired by the plays of Plautus and Terence, are outstanding specimens of Renaissance Latin school drama. These school dramas had an instructive function in humanistic education as well as the added advantage of familiarizing the pupils with Latin metrics and language through their participation in the performance.Ad 2: Unrecorded third or fourth (?) edition of a very popular collection of proverbs and sayings from Greek poets translated in Latin. Ad 3: Erasmus's catechetical poem Institutum hominis Christiani … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:01
CALVETE DE ESTRELLA, Juan Cristóbal.
El felicissimo viaje d'el muy alto y muy poderoso Principe Don Phelippe, hijo d'el Emperador Don Carlos Quinto Maximo, desde España à sus tierras dela Baxa Alemaña: con la descripcion de todos los estados de Brabante y Flandes. Escrito en quatro libros, ...Antwerp, Martinus Nutius I, 1552 (colophon 25 May 1552). Small folio (27 x 19.5 cm). With the woodcut arms of Charles V on title-page, a full-page woodcut triumphal arch erected in Ghent for Philip's entry, Nutius's woodcut device at the end, and dozens of woodcut decorated initials (4 series). Near contemporary limp vellum, with 6 fragments of a 16th-century manuscript reinforcing the spine of the bookblock, blind- and (later) gold-tooled spine. [8], 335, [19] ll. First (and only early) edition, in the original Spanish, of an eyewitness account of the future King Philip II of Spain's travels from Spain through Italy and the German states to the Low Countries from 1548 to 1550 or 1551, intended as preparation for the duties he would face when he succeeded to (in the event only some of) the titles of his father, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, who was also King Charles I of Spain. The Aragon humanist scholar Juan Cristóbal Calvete de Estrella (ca. 1510/20?-1593) served in the Spanish court of Charles V, who appointed him tutor to Prince Philip (1527-1598) in 1541. He accompanied Philip on these travels, so that his book forms an essential primary source for both the life and personality of the future King Philip II, who was to bring Spain its golden age and its greatest power and wealth, and for the early beginnings of h … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-05-27 19:34:04
Condition: Buone condizioni. Introvabile edizione del 1552 delle opere complete di Virgilio TESTO PIENO ZEPPO DI LITOGRAFIE BELLISSIME ED ORIGINALI P. Virgilii Maronis Opera omnia innumeris pene locis ad veterum Petri Bembi cardinalis et Andreae Naugerii exemplarium fidem, postrema hac editione castigata. Cum XI commentarijs, Seruio praesertim ac Donato, ad suam integritatem restitutis. Venetiis : apud Iuntas, 1552 (Venetijs : apud haeredes Lucaeantonij Iuntae, mense Iunio 1552). 10 carte preliminari non numerate; 588 carte numerate (di cui 4 mancanti); innumerevoli silografie. Woodcuts: text illustrations from woodblocks produced for Sebastien Brant's 1502 edition. "After their initial publication, Brant's woodcuts passed into the hands of a printer who worked for the family of Giunta and were several times reproduced between 1515 and 1552 in similar learned editions but with certain changes and ommissions and a general blunting of their detail"--The early illustrated book: essays in honor of Lessing J. Rosenwald, p. 177. buono stato complessivo, carta croccante, copertina originale in pelle ben ancorata, piatti leggermente imbarcati, caselle rovinate ma nervi ben solidi ed ancorati, risguardie rovinate ai margini, frontespizio con antiche colorature, modesta presenza di bruniture nel testo e qualche macchia, 588pagine, 4 pagine mancanti (584, 585, 586, 587). GUARDA FOTO.
Bookseller: itfranc-vhuwb [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-27 00:54:03
VITRUVE.
Lyon Jean de Tournes 1552 1 vol.Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1552. Petit in-4 de (16)-447-(1) pp., 1 tableau replié, 27 ff.n.ch., 1 feuillet (marque de l'imprimeur), maroquin rouge, dentelle dorée en encadrement sur les plats, dos lisse orné, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Première édition de Vitruve imprimée en France, avec les annotations de Guillaume Philandrier. C'est aussi la première édition imprimée par Jean de Tournes.Premier tirage des bois gravés, une planche dépliante hors texte et 83 vignettes dont un portrait ; belles initiales ornées. Machines, détails d'architecture, plans, etc. Les principales figures, les quatre figures du Cirque, des marbres de Latran et de Modène, sont de la main de Bernard Salomon, dit le Petit Bernard. L'exemplaire est bien complet de la planche dépliante d'épigraphie monumentale.Exemplaire réglé, portant de nombreuses annotations manuscrites anciennes dans les marges. Restauration de papier sur le titre.Les Epitome in omnes Georgii Agricolae (qui manquent) ont été soigneusement retranscrits et parfaitement calligraphiés au moment de la reliure sur 8 feuillets reliés à la fin.Cartier, 237 ; Berlin catalogue, 1813 ; Fowler, 406 ; Cicognara, 712.
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2020-05-25 18:27:04
Gabriello CHIABRERA (1552-1638) Delle opere di Gabbriello Chiabrera in questa ultima impressione tutte in un corpo novellamente unite. In Venezia [Venise], 1757. Presso Angiolo Geremia. 5 volumes in-12 (14.5 x 8cm) de XLIV pages (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et vie de Chiabrera) - 313 pages ; 288 page ; 272 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) ; 4 feuillets non chiffrés (titre et au lecteur) - 278 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) & 4 feuillets non chiffrés (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et index) - 256 pages - 2 feuillets non chiffrés (errata). Complet. Reliure de l'époque en maroquin vert souple à dos lisse ornés de caissons et de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin grenat, roulette d'encadrement dorée sur les plats, coupes guillochées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Excellent état, très frais. Quelques rares rousseurs claires. Quelques ombres aux reliures. Texte en italien. Ce type de reliure en maroquin souple est des plus rares. Rare édition des œuvres du grand poète et littérateur baroque italien Gabriello Chiabrera appelé le Pindare italien. Ces œuvres complètes avaient déjà été publiées à Rome en 1718, mais leur édition très incomplète avait reçu de nombreuses critiques, et l'imprimeur Angiolo Geremia en avait redonnée une édition corrigée en 1730, mais avec les 4 premiers volumes uniquement : notre édition est donc à préférer. Les poésies lyriques de Gabriello Chiabrera, publiées en 3 parties à Gênes (1586, 1587, et 1588), ont été souvent réimprimées. Il a aussi composé des tragédies, des comédies, des poèmes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-05-23 10:00:44
Thomas Wilson (1524-1581); John Seton (?)
London: Richard Grafton, 1552. Fair condition. [WILSON, THOMAS (1524-1581)]. The Rule of Reason Conteining the Arte of Logique. Set Forth in English, and Newely Corrected. Wherunto is Added a Table, for the Ease of the Reader. Imprinted at London: By Richard Grafton, printer to the Kynges Maiestie, Anno M.D.L. II. [1552]. Hardcover. Second edition. Leather-bound. Small octavo (8⁰) (145 x 100mm), ff. 160 (numbered leaves). Signatures: B-X⁸. English text in black letter. Contemporary full calf, spine with four raised bands. Running title reads: 'Arte of Logique'. Historiated and capital initials, shoulder notes, tables in the text. Contemporary signature to first leaf reads 'And. Barker'. Extremely rare second edition of Thomas Wilson's classic work on logic, probably the first authoritative work on the subject by an English author, here encouraged to print by Richard Grafton, it is recognised as the authors earliest work of importance. This copy unfortunately lacks all before B¹ and all after X⁸, regardless copies of the first and second editions are extremely rare. The original covers are somewhat worn with a rather basic cloth repair to lower spine, the textblock is a little loose, the contents show age related browning and toning, folios 1-160 are marked out in sequence, we are missing the title-page and prelims, rear index and colophon. [ESTC S120184]. Paypal only. International tracked shipping - dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, United Kingdom]
2020-05-22 21:45:04
Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477)
LUGDUNI, 1552. Raccolta di due opere del giurista civilista e canonista Alessandro Tartagni (o Tartagna) detto anche Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477) entrambe stampate a Lione nel 1552. Dopo aver studiato filosofia e diritto a Bologna, Tartagni insegnò diritto civile, dal 1450, a Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara e Padova e poi di nuovo a Bologna fino alla morte. Ebbe numerosi poi celebri discepoli. Fece commentarî al Digesto, al Codice, alle Decretali, dimostrando un felice equilibrio nel connubio dei due diritti, il civile e il canonico. Fu anche consulente fecondo e rinomato (7 libri di Consilia) (Cfr. Treccani). La prima opera è un repertorio di letture, la seconda un commentario al digesto con aggiunte di Bernardino Landriano (sec. 15-16), Jeronimo Lloret (1506/7-1571), Francois Court. Bel frontespizio figurato. Splendida legatura tedesca strettamente coeva in pelle di maiale su assicelle di legno, i piatti adorni di bordure in rilievo e ripetuti ritratti di figure allegoriche: Lucrecia, prudencia giustitia , superbia, invidia e i profeti Davide Isaia, Elia, San Paolo. Iscrizione 1559 a secco in corpo grande al piatto anteriore, dorso a cinque nervi con nome dell'autore a penna al primo scomparto. Condizioni: Copertina in ottime condizioni con lievi usure ai margini. Lacci di chiusura mancanti. Piccoli segni di tarlo al margine destro dalla copertina fino alla carta E5 senza alcuna perdita di testo e al piatto posteriore al margine destro della coperta e le ultime due carte senza perdita di testo. Legatura in ottime condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni con rare … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sephora di Elena Serru [Italy]
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2020-05-19 07:36:17
Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477)
1552. Raccolta di due opere del giurista civilista e canonista Alessandro Tartagni (o Tartagna) detto anche Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477) entrambe stampate a Lione nel 1552. Dopo aver studiato filosofia e diritto a Bologna, Tartagni insegnò diritto civile, dal 1450, a Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara e Padova e poi di nuovo a Bologna fino alla morte. Ebbe numerosi poi celebri discepoli. Fece commentarî al Digesto, al Codice, alle Decretali, dimostrando un felice equilibrio nel connubio dei due diritti, il civile e il canonico. Fu anche consulente fecondo e rinomato (7 libri di Consilia) (Cfr. Treccani). La prima opera è un repertorio di letture, la seconda un commentario al digesto con aggiunte di Bernardino Landriano (sec. 15-16), Jeronimo Lloret (1506/7-1571), Francois Court. Bel frontespizio figurato. Splendida legatura tedesca strettamente coeva in pelle di maiale su assicelle di legno, i piatti adorni di bordure in rilievo e ripetuti ritratti di figure allegoriche: Lucrecia, prudencia giustitia , superbia, invidia e i profeti Davide Isaia, Elia, San Paolo. Iscrizione 1559 a secco in corpo grande al piatto anteriore, dorso a cinque nervi con nome dell'autore a penna al primo scomparto. Condizioni: Copertina in ottime condizioni con lievi usure ai margini. Lacci di chiusura mancanti. Piccoli segni di tarlo al margine destro dalla copertina fino alla carta E5 senza alcuna perdita di testo e al piatto posteriore al margine destro della coperta e le ultime due carte senza perdita di testo. Legatura in ottime condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni con rare fioriture. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-19 07:36:17
1552. Raccolta di due opere del giurista civilista e canonista Alessandro Tartagni (o Tartagna) detto anche Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477) entrambe stampate a Lione nel 1552. La prima opera è un repertorio di letture, la seconda un commentario al digesto con aggiunte di Bernardino Landriano (sec. 15-16), Jeronimo Lloret (1506/7-1571), Francois Court.Bel frontespizio figurato.Splendida legatura strettamente coeva in pelle di maiale su assicelle di legno, i piatti adorni di bordure in rilievo e ripetuti ritratti di figure allegoriche: Lucrecia, prudencia giustitia , superbia, invidia e i profeti Davide Isaia, Elia, San Paolo.Iscrizione 1559 a secco in corpo grande al piatto anteriore, dorso a cinque nervi con nome dell'autore a penna al primo scomparto. Sephora Libri Salva questo venditore | Iscriviti alla newsletter del negozio ORARIO CALL CENTER 9.00 - 12.00 15:00 - 18.00 dal Lunedì al Venerdì CONSEGNA ESPRESSA Consegna In 24/48h Dalla Spedizione 100% RESO SEMPLICE 14 Giorni Per La Restituzione Descrizione REPERTORIUM IN LECTURAS DOMINI ALEXANDRI DE IMOLA LUGDUNI MDLII ALEXANDER IMOLENSIS IN PRIMAM ET SECUNDAM DIGESTI VETERIS PARTEM COMMENTARIORUM ALEXANDRI TARTAGNI IMOLENSIS LUGDUNI MDLII Collection of two works bound together by the jurist civilist and churchman Alessandro Tartagni (or Tartagna) alos known as Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477) both published in Lion in 1552. After he studied phylosophy and right in Bologna, Tartagni teached civil right from 1450 in Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara and Padova then Bologna until he died. He had different fa … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-18 21:18:13
POLIBIO - ELIANO - CAVALCANTI.
Appresso Lorenzo Torrentino,, In Fiorenza, 1552. Pp. (16) 184. Unito a: ELIANO. De' nomi et de gli ordini militari. Tradotto di greco per M. Lelio Carani. In Fiorenza, Torremntino, 1552. Pp. 127 (10). Solida legatura settecentesca in pergamena rigida con unghie e con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle bicolore al dorso. Tagli azzurri, sguardie marmorizzate policrome. Con numerosi schemi di disposizioni militari nel testo. Sporadiche fioriture e gore. Etichetta di libreria antiquaria. Ex-libris ed un antico timbro di appartenenza nobiliare. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione in volgare. Elegante edizione cinquecentesca dei volgarizzamenti di queste opere militari di Polibio e di Eliano. ".Racchiude quest'opera due scritture di Bartolomeo Cavalcanti, ed una scelta degli Apoftemmi di Plutarco, traduzione dello Strozzi. Scrisse il Colombo, che "anche Lelio Carani reggiano fu colto scrittore, e questa sua traduzione somministra molte voci aconce ad esprimer cio' che concerne la tattica antica" (Gamba). Il Cavalcanti (Firenze, 1503-Padova, 1562), dell'illustre famiglia fiorentina che dette i natali a Guido, scrittore politico e di arte oratoria, fu di sentimenti antimedicei ed esulò volontariamente a Padova dopo l'ascesa al reggimento di Firenze di Cosimo de'Medici. Il Carani, nativo di Reggio Emilia, fiorì nella prima metà del XVI secolo; fu epigrammista e autore di traduzioni dai classici. Filippo Strozzi (Firenze, 1488-ivi, 1538) fu letterato, linguista e filosofo. Adams, R-635 e R-636. Gamba, 588: "Bella e rara edizione". Paitoni, III, p. 178-179: Bella edizione. Argelati, III, p … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-16 19:34:20
Helm, Heinrich - Wild, Johannes
Apud Audoenum Parvum, via ad Divum Iacobum, sub Lilio aureo, 1552. Klein-8. 17,5 cm. Titelblatt, [8] Blatt (Register), Leerblatt, Blatt 1-223, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 422-507, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 510-564. Ganzlederband des 17./18. Jahrhunderts. Heinrich Helm (Henrico Helmesio), Franziskaner, Kontroversprediger und -Schriftsteller, geboren in Halberstadt, gestorben am 6. Februar 1560 (Jahr unsicher). Schloss sich den Franziskanerobservanten in Brühl an und bekämpfte als Kölner Domprediger / Kontroverstheologe die Reformatoren, besonders Luther, Melanchthon und Bucer. Er kam dem bedrängten Sächsischen Franziskanerprovinz zu Hilfe, (Provinzial 154551) und war bemüht, die Klöster vor dem Untergang zu retten, er unterstützte seit 1547 Herzog Heinrich II. von Braunschweig bei der Wiedereinführung des Katholizismus. Johannes Wild, geboren 1495, gestorben 1554, Franziskaners und Mainzer Domprediger trugmaßgeblich dazu bei, dass die Reformation dort nicht Fuß fassen konnte. 1. Auflage. Mit zahlreichen Initialen in Holzschnitt. 2 Bände beigebunden: Johannes Wild (Ioanne Ferum): "Dominicae Passionis, secundum Ioannis Evangelium. pia & erudita. Iuxtaq catholicam doctrina, Expositio, pro cocone non minus erudte quam pie enarrata, Moguntiae Anno 1536. Per F. Ioanne Ferum, summae apud Mogunt. aedis concionatorem & coenoby D. Francisci Gardianum. Parisiis 1552." (Blatt 422-507) und Johannes Wild (Ioanne Ferum): "In Epistolam divi Ionnis Priorem, piae et eruditae, iuxtaque doctrinam catholicam Enarrationes, Moguntiae in summoTeplo pro concione explicate & in hoc Compendi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR [Germany]
2020-05-16 05:33:48
SALAZAR, Pedro de c 1510-1576
Naples: M. Cancer, 1552. CONTEMPORARY GILT BLACK MOROCCO WITH THE ARMS OF THE DEDICATEE PEDRO DE TOLEDO with a lily above and below, wide floral roll frame, fleurons at the outer corners, a fan tool in the inner corners, gilt-ruled spine, edges gilt and gauffered. ONLY EDITION, FIRST ISSUE, OF THIS SPLENDID NEAPOLITAN ILLUSTRATED BOOK.  Viceroy of Naples, Pedro de Toledo (1484-1553) ruled the city - then Europe's second most populous - with an iron hand from 1532 to 1552. He focused on its fortifications, shipyards, port defenses and actions against the Turks. His son García (1514-77), Captain General of the Galleys, fought on the front lines, oversaw munitions and provisions and negotiated for hostages with Constantinople. He also saw the Hystoria through the press.  In the late 1540s and early 1550s, the Turkish-Christian struggle raged across the Mediterranean. Both sides raided, plundered, took thousands of hostages (ransomed, sold or sent to the galleys) and coerced or slaughtered local populations. The contest had two great champions, Imperial Admiral Andrea Doria (1466-1560) and Dragut (or Turgut Reis, 1485-1565), so-called King of Pirates and Commander of the Ottoman Mediterranean navy.  The Hystoria tells and illustrates this story of blood, greed and bold political and military strokes. The woodcuts accurately depict the three separate assaults on Mahdia (Africa to Christians). Its capture was celebrated throughout Europe. The fourth block shows Monastir, the site of another Christian victory.  In the late 18th-century this copy was in the rich library of Don … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-15 23:00:16
Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477)
LUGDUNI, 1552. Raccolta di due opere del giurista civilista e canonista Alessandro Tartagni (o Tartagna) detto anche Alessandro da Imola (Imola 1424-Bologna 1477) entrambe stampate a Lione nel 1552. Dopo aver studiato filosofia e diritto a Bologna, Tartagni insegnò diritto civile, dal 1450, a Pavia, Bologna, Ferrara e Padova e poi di nuovo a Bologna fino alla morte. Ebbe numerosi poi celebri discepoli. Fece commentarî al Digesto, al Codice, alle Decretali, dimostrando un felice equilibrio nel connubio dei due diritti, il civile e il canonico. Fu anche consulente fecondo e rinomato (7 libri di Consilia) (Cfr. Treccani). La prima opera è un repertorio di letture, la seconda un commentario al digesto con aggiunte di Bernardino Landriano (sec. 15-16), Jeronimo Lloret (1506/7-1571), Francois Court. Bel frontespizio figurato. Splendida legatura tedesca strettamente coeva in pelle di maiale su assicelle di legno, i piatti adorni di bordure in rilievo e ripetuti ritratti di figure allegoriche: Lucrecia, prudencia giustitia , superbia, invidia e i profeti Davide Isaia, Elia, San Paolo. Iscrizione 1559 a secco in corpo grande al piatto anteriore, dorso a cinque nervi con nome dell'autore a penna al primo scomparto. Condizioni: Copertina in ottime condizioni con lievi usure ai margini. Lacci di chiusura mancanti. Piccoli segni di tarlo al margine destro dalla copertina fino alla carta E5 senza alcuna perdita di testo e al piatto posteriore al margine destro della coperta e le ultime due carte senza perdita di testo. Legatura in ottime condizioni. Pagine in ottime condizioni con rare … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sephora di Elena Serru [Foligno, Italy]
2020-05-15 20:23:02
GELENIUS, Sigismund (Sigmund Gelen; - 1497-1554, editor); Nikolaus Episcopius, l'ancien; Hieronymus Froben; Andrea Alciati; Publius Victor;
Basel: Hieronymus Froben and Nicolaus Episcopius, 1552. 2° (314 x 205mm). 200pp.; lacking the first 16 pages, incl. the title page. Contemporary limp vellum with the appearance of aged marble. Waterstain in lower margin of about half the book. 106 woodcut illustrations, including 85 full-page, wood- and metalcut initials, printer's device on title and final verso. OCLC Number: 717174658; 908537608. FIRST COMPLETE AND ILLUSTRATED EDITION of the Notitia Dignitatum, a list of high officials of the Roman Empire compiled in about 400 A.D. Also printed are a tract by Andrea Alciati on Roman military and civil organization, a topographical description of Rome by Publius Victor, and a collection of enigmas in the form of a dialogue, the Altercatio Adriani Augusti et Epicteti philosophi. Adams N-354 (variant collation as often). (Gelenius, Sigismund (1497-1554, éditeur)) : Notitia utraque cum orientis tum occidentis ultra Arcadii honoriique caesarum tempora illustre vetustatis monumentum. Bael, Hieronymus Froben et Nicolaus Episcopius, 1552. Un volume. 20,5 par 31 cm. 99 ff. non chiffrés. Plein vélin de l'époque. -Mouillures marginales claires sur la moitié des feuillets, rousseurs, restauration avec du papier de l'époque dans la marge ext. de 2 feuillets. Un trou de 2 mm traverse presque l'ensemble du volume. 106 figures sur bois, dont 89 à pleine page. Exemplaire incomplet des 16 premières pages, y compris la page de titre, qui contiennent notamment une description de l'Illyrie par Beatus Rhenanus et un texte juriique d'Alciat, illustrés de 2 petites gravures in-texte. En revanche … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wittenborn Art Books [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-05-10 08:25:07
Tauler, Johannes (ca. 1300 - 1361)
Spublisher, "1552. Wohl bei Quentel, Köln, 1552. 906 S. sowie 6 S. Index, Leder auf Holzdeckel gezogen (obere Einbanddecke lose/beschabt und bestossen/Rücken angeplatzt und eingerissen/Titelseite fehlt/gestochenes Exlibris auf Vorsatz/Name auf Vorsatz/innen etwas fleckig/Schließer fehlen) --- Einband: "LeatherBound. 1315
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat [Eicklingen, Germany]
2020-05-09 14:03:04
Mediolani,: Apud Io. Antonium Castellionaeum, 1552. Mediolani, Apud Io. Antonium Castellionaeum, 1552. In-4 p. (mm. 305x210), 2 parti in 1 volume, pergamena mod., tit. oro su tassello al dorso, 78 cc.nn., 162 cc.num.; 2 cc.nn., 164 cc.num; bel frontespizio con vignetta, inquadrato in elaborata cornice figurata su fondo nero, inc. su legno. Nell'opera "Quibus deinde copiosus adiectus est Elenchus, una cum Annotationibus quibusdam ad ipsa Statuta maxime facientibus, ab Egregio Iurecon. D. Antonio Rubeo nunc primum in lucem editus". La seconda parte contiene i "Novissima Mediolani Statuta" e porta al fine: "Impensis D. Io. Baptistae, & Fratrum de Seronib, Anno MDL". Cfr. Fontana, p. 186 - Manzoni "Bibl. statutaria e storica italiana",I, p. 270 - Predari, p. 97 - Cat. Biblioteca Ambrogio Binda,1101: "Gli Statuti milanesi furono riuniti "a corpo unico" nel 1216, e pubblicati la prima volta il 20 dicembre 1480 da Pachel e Scinzenzeler". … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-09 09:36:02
BEMBO Pietro
Vinegia,: appresso Gualtero Scotto, 1552. Vinegia, appresso Gualtero Scotto, 1552. In-8 p. (mm. 218x159), p. pelle bazzana antica (lievi abrasioni), dorso a cordoni (restaur.) con decorazioni e tit. oro, 14 cc.nn., 179 cc.num., 1 c.nn., marca tipografica xilografata al frontespizio e al fine, ornato da grandi capilettera figurati a vignetta. "Prima edizione in volgare" (la prima in latino è del 1551). Cfr. Gamba,130: "Lo stampatore dedica questa edizione ad Isabella Quirina con lettera da cui s'impara che il Bembo stesso volgarizzò questa sua storia per consiglio di quella illustre donna, la quale col Bembo e col Casa era legata in grande amicizia. La Vita dell'autore, diretta ad un anonimo, si attribuisce da alcuno alla penna del Casa stesso" - Adams,I, p. 110 - The British Library, p. 80 - Brunet,I,767 - Graesse,I,333. Lievem. corto del margine super., altrimenti esempalre ben conservato.
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2020-05-09 03:29:03
1552. Template | Trixum Beschreibung (Lando, Ortensio). Quattro libri de dubbi con dotte solutioni a ciascun dubbio accommodate.... Venezia, Giolito de´Ferrari, 1552. 8°. 318 pp., 1 f., with two woodcut printer s devices - with one extra leaf bound in Newer full vellum in the style of the 16th cent. - Bongi, Giolito I, 370; Grendler, Critics 227, 29. Rare first edition of this catalogue of "dubious" problems or uncertainties containing in contrast to the announcement on the title only three books, as the printer Giolito did not get a permission to print the fourth part on erotic questions, that was later published as "Quesiti amorosi" in another collection. Here presented are three chapters with "doubts" and their answers divided into the fields: natural history, moral philosophy and religious issues. The last part and its unorthodox treatment led to the title being put on the index of forbidden books. The whole work seems in parts like a parody of traditional collections of philosophical or medical "problemata", like for instance the handbook "Il perche" by Manfredi. Every topic is introduced with the question "why is..." and answered in a way that is sometimes satirical. Compared with his sources, Lando has often boiled down a lengthy and finical discussion to a witty aphorism that in some places borders on the absurd (cf. Cherchi, Polimatia di riuso, 1998, p. 123f.). - This copy has an extra leaf of dedication bound in, so that there are two leaves "Aii" (pages 3-4), one with a dedication to J. J. Fugger, the other to Christoph Mielich. - Extra white papers bound in late … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-05-03 15:29:10
PULCI Luigi
Venetia,: per Gioanne Padoano, 1552. Venetia, per Gioanne Padoano, 1552. In-16 gr, (mm. 192x135), p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli rossi, 196 cc.nn.; al frontespizio, con titolo in rosso e nero, grande vignetta che raffigura il gigante Morgante e il mezzo gigante Margutto; al recto del Canto Primo altra grande vignetta con l’immagine di Carlo Magno circondato dai suoi baroni; il testo, a due colonne, è illustrato da 93 piccole vignette copiate da varie edizioni, il tutto inc. su legno. Al verso del frontespizio le due ottave di Nicolò Masseti nelle quali dice che “Molti versi ho corretti e molte rime, e redrizzati alle sententie prime”. In aggiunta al poema la “Confessione de Luigi Pulci”, posta al fine del volume; al recto dell’ultima carta una marca con l’immagine di una donna che riempie d’acqua una brocca, pure xilografata. “Poema cavalleresco in 28 canti in ottava rima di Luigi Pulci (1432-1484), iniziato, a richiesta di Lucrezia Tornabuoni (madre di Lorenzo il Magnifico), nel 1461 e composto in due tempi (la prima redazione era in 23 canti: da ciò il titolo di "Morgante Maggiore" dato alla redazione definitiva dell’opera per distinguerla dalla prima). Fu definito dal Croce uno dei libri più riccamente geniali della nostra letteratura”. Così Diz. Opere Bompiani,IV, pp. 813-14. Cfr. Gamba,789 che precisa: “Nel secolo XVI un Niccolò Masseti modenese ebbe la temerarietà di farsi correttore o piuttosto corruttore del poema nelle edizioni di Venezia: Sess … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-03 10:04:00
Paris: 1552. vollständig! Lateinische Bibel im Quartformat. Vollständige Ausgabe mit hunderten sehr interessanten Holzschnitten. Sehr selten - auch das Neue Testament ist umfassend illustriert. Die erste in Paris, C. Guillard und G. Desboys erschienene illustrierte Bibel! 25 x 19 cm. Halbleder des späten 18. Jahrhunderts (hinteres Gelenk und der Rückdeckel mit wenigen Wurmgängen, etwas berieben). Die fein ausgeführten Holzschnitte des Alten Testaments sind nahezu originalgetreue Kopien nach Hans Holbein. 8 Bl., 964, 260 S., 40 Bl. Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie genaue Informationen und Sonderkonditionen zu allen unseren Bibeln und Drucken! Das Buch ist frei von Rechten Dritter und in meinem Eigentum. Es wurde mit dem Lost Art Register abgeglichen! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. International bidders welcome! Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, Austria]
2020-04-29 15:31:07
DONI, Anton Francesco.
Francesco Marcolini, 1552. Very Good. DONI, Anton Francesco. I marmi del Doni academico peregrino. In Vinegia, per Francesco Marcolini, 1552. Quattro parti in un volume in 8vo grande, pergamena coeva, pp. 167, [1]-119, [1]-166, [2]-93, [3]. Varie marche tipografiche ai frontespizii e complesivamente 44 figure in legno nel testo. Edizione originale rara della piu' celebre opera del poligrafo fiorentino. Esemplare con lavori di tarlo per lo piu' ai margini interni, che si fanno piu' evidenti alle ultima carte con modeste compromissioni testuali. in large 8vo., contemporary vellum, pp. 167, [1]-119, [1]-166, [2]-93, [3]. Various typographic marks to title pages, 44 wood-engraved illustrations in total. First edition, very rare, of the most celebrated work of the Florentine intellectual. Considerable worm damage to binding and inner margins, with minimal loss to printed material. Text in Italian.
Bookseller: henrypordesbooksltd [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-29 13:21:14
Heinrich Helm, Johannes Wild
Paris: via ad Divum lacobum, 1552. Gutes bis (vor allem innen) sehr gutes Exemplar. Cover slightly bumped. Nearly fine copy. Helm, Heinrich - Wild, Johannes: Homiliae In Evangelia Dominicalia, a Festo SS. Trinitatis usq[ue] ad Aduentum Domini: ex sacris utriusq[ue] Testamenti literis summo studio concinnatae omnibus Christianis cumprimis utiles & necessariae. Authore F. Henrico Helmesio Germipolitano Ordinis fratrum Mnioritarum Obseruantium Regule S. Patris Francisci, Prouinciae Saxoniae Ministro. Omniaa prima, quod aiunt insude, praecipuarumque senteniarium indice illustrata. Paris, Apud Audoenum Parvum, via ad Divum Iacobum, sub Lilio aureo, 1552. Klein-8°. 17,5 cm. Titelblatt, [8] Blatt (Register), Leerblatt, Blatt 1-223, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 422-507, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 510-564. Ganzlederband des 17./18. Jahrhunderts. Heinrich Helm (Henrico Helmesio), Franziskaner, Kontroversprediger und -Schriftsteller, geboren in Halberstadt, gestorben am 6. Februar 1560 (Jahr unsicher). Schloss sich den Franziskanerobservanten in Brühl an und bekämpfte als Kölner Domprediger / Kontroverstheologe die Reformatoren, besonders Luther, Melanchthon und Bucer. Er kam dem bedrängten Sächsischen Franziskanerprovinz zu Hilfe, (Provinzial 1545-51) und war bemüht, die Klöster vor dem Untergang zu retten, er unterstützte seit 1547 Herzog Heinrich II. von Braunschweig bei der Wiedereinführung des Katholizismus. Johannes Wild, geboren 1495, gestorben 1554, Franziskaners und Mainzer Domprediger trugmaßgeblich dazu bei, dass die Reformation dort nicht Fuß fassen konnte. 1. Aufl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen (antiquariat_lenzen) [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-04-29 13:21:14
LANDO, Ortensio.
Gabriel Giolito De' Ferrari, Vinegia, 1552. Sette libri de' cathaloghi a varie cose appartenenti, non solo antiche, ma anche moderne. Opera utile molto alla Historia, et da cui prender si po materia di favellare d'ogni proposito che ci occorra. In Vinegia, Appresso Gabriel Giolito De' Ferrari, 1552. 8vo., pergamena leggermente posteriore con unghie, pp. 567, con marca tipografica al frontispizio e al verso dell'ultima carta. Edizione originale ed unica di questa curiosa operetta del Lando, assolutamente non comune. Qualche postilla di antica mano in margine ma bell'esemplare. 8vo., full vellum (of a later date) with foredge folded partially over text block, pp. 567, with printer's colophon on title page and the reverse of the last page. A very rare book by the peripatetic Italian humanist Ortensio Lando (1510-1558). Some marginalia by an early, possibly contemporary hand, minimal staining to pages; otherwise a very good copy. Text in Italian. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Henry Pordes Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2020-04-25 21:14:10
Tauler, Johannes (ca. 1300 - 1361)
Spublisher, "1552. Wohl bei Quentel, Köln, 1552. 906 S. sowie 6 S. Index, Leder auf Holzdeckel gezogen (obere Einbanddecke lose/beschabt und bestossen/Rücken angeplatzt und eingerissen/Titelseite fehlt/gestochenes Exlibris auf Vorsatz/Name auf Vorsatz/innen etwas fleckig/Schließer fehlen) --- Einband: "LeatherBound. 1315
Bookseller: Celler Versandantiquariat [Eicklingen, Germany]
2020-04-25 17:14:33
Gabriello CHIABRERA (1552-1638) Delle opere di Gabbriello Chiabrera in questa ultima impressione tutte in un corpo novellamente unite. In Venezia [Venise], 1757. Presso Angiolo Geremia. 5 volumes in-12 (14.5 x 8cm) de XLIV pages (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et vie de Chiabrera) - 313 pages ; 288 page ; 272 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) ; 4 feuillets non chiffrés (titre et au lecteur) - 278 pages - 1 feuillet non chiffré (index) & 4 feuillets non chiffrés (faux-titre, titre, au lecteur et index) - 256 pages - 2 feuillets non chiffrés (errata). Complet. Reliure de l'époque en maroquin vert souple à dos lisse ornés de caissons et de fleurons dorés, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin grenat, roulette d'encadrement dorée sur les plats, coupes guillochées, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Excellent état, très frais. Quelques rares rousseurs claires. Quelques ombres aux reliures. Texte en italien. Ce type de reliure en maroquin souple est des plus rares. Rare édition des œuvres du grand poète et littérateur baroque italien Gabriello Chiabrera appelé le Pindare italien. Ces œuvres complètes avaient déjà été publiées à Rome en 1718, mais leur édition très incomplète avait reçu de nombreuses critiques, et l'imprimeur Angiolo Geremia en avait redonnée une édition corrigée en 1730, mais avec les 4 premiers volumes uniquement : notre édition est donc à préférer. Les poésies lyriques de Gabriello Chiabrera, publiées en 3 parties à Gênes (1586, 1587, et 1588), ont été souvent réimprimées. Il a aussi composé des tragédies, des comédies, des poèmes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE ANCIENNE HUGONNARD-ROCHE (lamourquibouquine) [Alise Ste Reine, France]
2020-04-24 22:30:30
CALVETE DE ESTRELLA JUAN CRISTOBAL.
Anversa, en casa de Martin Nucio, 1552. In-folio; 8, 336, 18 cc.; xilografia a piena pagina con arco trionfale eretto per l'entrata in Ghent di Filippo II, marca editoriale in fine. Bella legatura fiamminga coeva in tutta pelle, decorazione a secco con rotelle floreali con medaglioni ai piatti (fini restauri a cuffie e cerniere). Nota di possesso di primo Seicento "Papini Magnocaballi Novo comensis" con aggiunta successiva del figlio "nec non I[uris] C[onsultoris] Alexandri filii", al titolo. Piccolo segno di tarlo al margine inferiore ed interno bianco di alcune carte iniziali e finali, una pagina con segni di censura a penna al testo in corrispondenza di alcuni riferimenti ad Erasmo nel capitolo dedicato all'ingresso del principe in Rotterdam. Bell'esemplare genuino. Prima edizione del resoconto del viaggio compiuto per l'Europa da Filippo II, figlio di Carlo V, tra il 1548 ed il 1552 per presentarsi al mondo come futuro monarca. Lo scrittore catalano Calvete de Estrella, prese parte al corteo partito dalla Spagna: i partecipanti lasciarono Valladolid l'11 dicembre 1548 proseguendo per l'Italia (Genova, Pavia, Milano, Cremona, Mantova, Bolzano), l'Austria e la Germania (Innsbruck, Monaco, Augusta, Ulm, Heidelberg) per giungere finalmente nei Paesi Bassi (Bruxelles, Ghent, Bruges, Utrecht, Anversa e Amsterdam), dove li aspettava l'imperatore Carlo V. L'autore descrive con dovizia di particolari i trasferimenti, le entrate nelle città, gli sfarzosi festeggiamenti, gli archi di trionfo, i personaggi che accompagnavano il Principe (tra gli altri citiamo solo Tiziano e Leone L … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-23 21:13:35
VIRET pierre
1552. :trés rare :édition originale (bien lisible) de 464 pages. viret pierre La physique papale faite par maniere de devis et par dialogues. L'ordre, et les tiltres des dialogues. 1 La medecine, 2 Les bains, 3 L'eau benite, 4 Le feu sacré, 5 L'alchymie. ils sont ajoutées deux tables : l'une des passages de l'Ecriture, que l'autheur expose en ce livre : l'autre des matieres principales contenues Geneve.Jean Girard 1552 (édition originale) 464, [16] p. ; In-8° reliure vélin d'époque usagée l'ouvrage est tres lisible ,mais comporte des mouillure anciennes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: L'ABECEDAIRE-livres/anciensmodernes (lechatquibouquine) [Nice, France]
2020-04-21 14:49:09
Oronce Fine
Paris: Fine Oronce 1552 La Sphere the World Cosmography Vascosan Astronomy Mathématiqu The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. The Sphere of the Worldproper, Cosmography, Newly composed in French, and divided into 5 books, including the first part of astronomy, and the universal principles of geography and hydrography With an epistle, touching the dignity, perfection and utility of the mathematical sciences. BY FINE ORONCE Printed in Paris by Michel de Vascosan 1552 In 4. 23 x 16.5cm: Epistle of the other to Edward VI. Dated September 1551 Three poems in French Table of Chapters on 4 pages. The Text is divided into Five books. On the 59th sheet: "the 5th book newly composed by François in Paris 1550" in poem form Large ornate letters at the head of the chapter Very many figures in the text Oronce Fine Considered by posterity as the restorer of mathematics in Renaissance France, Oronce Fine (1494-1555) is also an astronomer and cartographer. He produced the first map of France printed in this country in 1525 ("Nova totius Galliae descriptio") and a heart-shaped world map presenting a Terra Australis ("Recens et Integra orbis descriptio", 1534). His illustrated manuscripts are rare and sought after as "Composition and use of the geometric square" (1538) or "Art and way to certainly find the longitude of all places on Earth" (1543). VERY RARE BOOK SOLD BY A PROFESSIONAL THE SHOP REMAINS OPEN! SHIPMENTS ARE MADE BY POST YOU CAN CONTACT US IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS WITH THE EBAY DIALOG BOX. THANK YOU … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: l'objet d'une collection (luckyfab) [ FRANCE, FR]
2020-04-17 09:34:59
Thomas Wilson (1524-1581); John Seton (?)
London: Richard Grafton, 1552. Fair condition. [WILSON, THOMAS (1524-1581)]. The Rule of Reason Conteining the Arte of Logique. Set Forth in English, and Newely Corrected. Wherunto is Added a Table, for the Ease of the Reader. Imprinted at London: By Richard Grafton, printer to the Kynges Maiestie, Anno M.D.L. II. [1552]. Hardcover. Second edition. Leather-bound. Small octavo (8⁰) (145 x 100mm), ff. 160 (numbered leaves). Signatures: B-X⁸. English text in black letter. Contemporary full calf, spine with four raised bands. Running title reads: 'Arte of Logique'. Historiated and capital initials, shoulder notes, tables in the text. Contemporary signature to first leaf reads 'And. Barker'. Extremely rare second edition of Thomas Wilson's classic work on logic, probably the first authoritative work on the subject by an English author, here encouraged to print by Richard Grafton, it is recognised as the authors earliest work of importance. This copy unfortunately lacks all before B¹ and all after X⁸, regardless copies of the first and second editions are extremely rare. The original covers are somewhat worn with a rather basic cloth repair to lower spine, the textblock is a little loose, the contents show age related browning and toning, folios 1-160 are marked out in sequence, we are missing the title-page and prelims, rear index and colophon. [ESTC S120184]. Paypal only. International tracked shipping - dispatched promptly and securely. Please view my other books.
Bookseller: maxcloudforest [UK, GB]
2020-04-16 18:03:04
Kalonimos ben Kalonimos
Venice, 1552. Venice. Megilat Starim, Masekhet Purim, 1552, Venice. Author: Kalonimos ben Kalonimos. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1552.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2020-04-16 12:51:17
HONORIUS AUGUSTODUNENSIS.
61843 HONORIUS AUGUSTODUNENSIS. De Praedestinatione et Libero Arbitrio Dialogus, 1552 HONORIUS AUGUSTODUNENSIS. De Praedestinatione et Libero Arbitrio Dialogus, nunquàm antehac typis expressus. Epistola Duae ad B. Augustinum, altera Prosperi, altera Hilari Arelatensis Episcopisi de reliquis Pelagianae haeresos... Sententiae ex libris B. Augustini de Praedestinatione Sanctorum et Bono perseverantiae... Coloniae, Lambertum Sylvium, 1552. in-12. 60ff. n. ch. Cartonnage postérieur. Seconde édition de cet ouvrage qui traite du problème philosophique et religieux du libre arbitre, d'Honoré d'Autun (mort vers 1130), appelé "le solitaire d'Autun".Honoré d'Autun (Honorius) était "a theologian, philosopher, and encyclopedic writer who lived in the first half of the twelfth century. Honorius has been correctly described as one of the most mysterious personages in all the medieval period" (The Catholic Encyclopedia)."Quoiqu'il occupe un rang honorable parmi les écrivains du XIIs. on n'a aucun renseignement sur sa vie. On sait seulement qu'il enseignait la théologie et la méthaphysique à Autun, avec le titre de "scolastique". Cette seconde édition a été donnée par le savant belge Georges Cassandre (1515-1566).Derniers feuillets un peu tachés. ** Graesse, Trésor de Livres Rares, III, 343. Adams, I, 827.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-06 15:51:32
Helm, Heinrich - Wild, Johannes:
Paris, Apud Audoenum Parvum, via ad Divum Iacobum, sub Lilio aureo, 1552. Klein-8°. 17,5 cm. Titelblatt, [8] Blatt (Register), Leerblatt, Blatt 1-223, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 422-507, Leerblatt, Zwischentitel, Blatt 510-564. Ganzlederband des 17./18. Jahrhunderts. Heinrich Helm (Henrico Helmesio), Franziskaner, Kontroversprediger und -Schriftsteller, geboren in Halberstadt, gestorben am 6. Februar 1560 (Jahr unsicher). Schloss sich den Franziskanerobservanten in Brühl an und bekämpfte als Kölner Domprediger / Kontroverstheologe die Reformatoren, besonders Luther, Melanchthon und Bucer. Er kam dem bedrängten Sächsischen Franziskanerprovinz zu Hilfe, (Provinzial 1545–51) und war bemüht, die Klöster vor dem Untergang zu retten, er unterstützte seit 1547 Herzog Heinrich II. von Braunschweig bei der Wiedereinführung des Katholizismus. Johannes Wild, geboren 1495, gestorben 1554, Franziskaners und Mainzer Domprediger trugmaßgeblich dazu bei, dass die Reformation dort nicht Fuß fassen konnte. 1. Auflage. Mit zahlreichen Initialen in Holzschnitt. 2 Bände beigebunden: Johannes Wild (Ioanne Ferum): "Dominicae Passionis, secundum Ioannis Evangelium. pia & erudita. Iuxtaq; catholicam doctrina, Expositio, pro cocone non minus erudte quam pie enarrata, Moguntiae Anno 1536. Per F. Ioanne Ferum, summae apud Mogunt. aedis concionatorem & coenoby D. Francisci Gardianum. Parisiis 1552." (Blatt 422-507) und Johannes Wild (Ioanne Ferum): "In Epistolam divi Ionnis Priorem, piae et eruditae, iuxtaque doctrinam catholicam Enarrationes, Moguntiae in summoTeplo pro concione explicate & i … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen [Düsseldorf, Germany]
2020-04-04 07:20:26
autore: DIONIGI IL CERTOSINO (CARTHVSIANI) titolo: 1552 - ENARRATIONES PIAE AC ERUDITAE IN LIBRO tipo antichi: cinquecentina soggetto: commentari biblici anno di edizione: 1552 editore: Ex Officina Haeredium Ioannis Quentel COLONIAE lingua: latino formato: in 4° (cm 30 x 19) Peso Kg 1,6 descrizione: D. DIONYSII CARTHVSIANI ENARRATIONES PIAE AC ERUDITAE IN LIBROS Iosue, Iudicum, Ruth, Regum primum, secundum, tertium & quartum, itèm Paralipomenon primum & secundum: ex Authoris archetypo nunc iterùm recognitae, & ab innumeris (id quod fedulo collatori facilè constabit) propè mendis summa cura vindicatae. CUM INDICE NOVO LOCVPLETISS. COLONIAE Ex Officina Haeredum Ioannis Quentel, mense Februario, M.D.LII. CUM Gratia & Privilrgio Imperiali ad Quinquennium. Legatura piena pergamena coeva con etichetta tra le nervature del dorso con titolo a penna. Antiporta con incisione del Profeta Daniele e il leone. All'inizio dell'indice grande incisione che riproduce Denys le Chartreux inginocchiato davanti alla Vergine con Gesù bambino che gli porge un libro e in alto la scritta "BONORV OPERV GLORI OPUS EST FRUCTUS". Pagg.: 14 nn + 611. Bellissimi capilettera di varie dimensioni. Bruniture. L'ultima pag. (611) staccata. Angolo inferiore al piatto anteriore con lieve mancanza. Attività di tarlo nelle prime e ultime pagg. che non ledono il testo. Gora nelle prime pagg. Segni di appartenenza. Dionigi di Rijkel (conosciuto anche come Dionigi Certosino), nato a Rijkel (attuale Belgio) nel 1402 e morto il 12 marzo 1471 nella Certosa di Roermond (attuali Paesi Bassi). È stato un monaco e sacerdote … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: librietclaves [Lecco, Italy]
2020-04-01 02:46:31
Chrysostom. On The Psalms. 1552. Original limp vellum with black ink embellishments and manuscript title on spine. D. Ioannis Chrysostome Archiepiscopi constantinopolitani, auteur in Psalmos Davidicos, Enarrationes, Gentiano, Herueto, Aurelio, interprete. Antverpiae, In aedibus Ioannis Steelsii, M. D. LII. Cum Privilegio Caesareo. Limp vellum with some cracking and worming. Pages with some edge chipping and worming. Complete. Some marginalia and underlining in an early hand. One small illegible black ink signature in first fly leaf. Faded illegible early notes on rear paste down. Binding tight. Pages bright. Red edges. Text in Latin. A very nice copy and early printed edition of an important work by the celebrated John Chrysostom (so called "golden mouth" preacher, and of first importance among the early church fathers). Approximately 6.5 x 4.5 x 2 inches. We find no other copies of this work currently available for sale online. A great gift idea for anyone with an interest in Christian theology, patristics, the Bible, Latin works, or vellum antiquarian books. Ships USPS with tracking and insurance to the USA only (sorry international bidders). PayPal only. Thanks for your interest. Please feel free to ask questions or request additional photos. Please also take a look at my other books listed here on eBay.
Bookseller: thediener [Grand Blanc, Michigan, United States]
2020-03-21 22:46:02
Oronce Feine
FINE Oronce 1552 Die Sphäre der Weltrichtig Kosmographie Vascosan Astronomie Mathématiqu Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Die Sphäre der Weltrichtig, Kosmographie, neu in Französisch komponiert, und in 5 Bücher unterteilt, einschließlich des ersten Teils der Astronomie, und die universellen Prinzipien der Geographie und Hydrographie Mit einem Brief, der die Würde, Perfektion und Nützlichkeit der mathematischen Wissenschaften berührt. MIT FEINER ORONCE Gedruckt in Paris von Michel de Vascosan 1552 In 4. 23 x 16,5 cm: Brief des anderen an Edward VI. Vom September 1551 Drei Gedichte auf Französisch Kapitelübersicht auf 4 Seiten. Der Text ist in fünf Bücher unterteilt. Auf dem 59. Blatt: "Das 5. Buch, das François 1550 in Paris neu komponiert hat" in Gedichtform Große verzierte Buchstaben am Anfang des Kapitels Sehr viele Zahlen im Text Oronce Fein Oronce Fine (1494-1555) wird von der Nachwelt als Restaurator der Mathematik in der französischen Renaissance angesehen und ist auch Astronom und Kartograf. Er produzierte die erste Karte von Frankreich, die 1525 in diesem Land gedruckt wurde ("Nova totius Galliae descriptionio") und eine herzförmige Weltkarte mit einem Terra Australis ("Recens et integra orbis descriptionio", 1534). Seine illustrierten Manuskripte sind selten und begehrt als "Komposition und Verwendung des geometrischen Quadrats" (1538) oder "Kunst und Weg, um die Länge aller Orte auf der Erde sicher zu finden" (1543). Sehr seltenes Buch VERKAUFT VON EINEM PROFIS Die Sphär … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: OBJET D UNE COLLECTION (luckyfab) [ FRANCE, FR]
2020-03-19 09:33:05
Oronce Finé
Condition: Ottime condizioni. Fine Oronce 1552 la Sphere Del Monde Cosmografia Vascosan Astronomia Mathématiqu La descrizione di questo articolo è stata tradotta automaticamente. Se hai dubbi o domande, ti invitiamo a contattarci. La sfera del mondoin sé, Cosmografia, appena composta in francese, e diviso in 5 libri, inclusa la prima parte dell'astronomia, e i principi universali di geografia e idrografia Con una lettera, toccando la dignità, la perfezione e l'utilità delle scienze matematiche. DI FINE ORONCE Stampato a Parigi da Michel de Vascosan 1552 In 4. 23 x 16,5 cm: Lettera dell'altro a Edoardo VI. Datato settembre 1551 Tre poesie in francese Tabella dei capitoli su 4 pagine. Il testo è diviso in cinque libri. Sul 59 ° foglio: "il 5 ° libro appena composto da François a Parigi 1550" in forma di poesia Grandi lettere decorate in testa al capitolo Moltissime figure nel testo Oronce Fine Considerato dai posteri come il restauratore della matematica nella Francia rinascimentale, Oronce Fine (1494-1555) è anche astronomo e cartografo. Ha prodotto la prima mappa della Francia stampata in questo paese nel 1525 ("Nova totius Galliae descriptio") e una mappa del mondo a forma di cuore che presenta una Terra Australis ("Recens et integra orbis descriptio", 1534). I suoi manoscritti illustrati sono rari e ricercati come "Composizione e uso del quadrato geometrico" (1538) o "Arte e modo per trovare sicuramente la longitudine di tutti i luoghi sulla Terra" (1543). LIBRO MOLTO raro VENDUTO DA UN PROFESSIONISTA La sfera del mondoin sé, Cosmografia, appena composta in francese, e di … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: OBJET D UNE COLLECTION (luckyfab) [ FRANCE, FR]
2020-03-19 09:33:05
Oronce Finé
Paris: 1552. Assez Bon état, regardez les photo : Couverture Vélin souple, déchirure en page de garde, on voit un morceau d'incunable qui a servi pour la reliure. Beau papier très propre dans l'ensemble mais avec quelques tâches sur certaines pages dans les marges, plus présentes en fin d'ouvrage, petit manque dans la marge supérieur de la dernière feuille. L Esphère du Monde proprement dite, Cosmographie, Composée nouvellement en françois, et divisée en 5 livres, comprenant la première partie de l'astronomie, et les principes universels de la géographie et hydrographie Avec une épitre, touchant la dignité, perfection et utilité des sciences mathématiques. PAR ORONCE FINE Imprimé à Paris par Michel de Vascosan 1552 In 4. 23 x 16,5cm : Épître de l'auIeur ã Édouard VI. Datée de septembre 1551 Trois poèmes en français Table des Chapitres sur 4 pages. Le Texte est divisé en Cinq livres. A la 59ème feuille : "le 5ème livre composé nouvellement en François à Paris 1550" sous forme de poème Grandes lettres ornées en tête de chapitre Très nombreuses figures dans le texte Oronce Fine Considéré par la postérité comme le restaurateur des mathématiques dans la France de la Renaissance, Oronce Fine (1494-1555) est aussi astronome et cartographe. Il réalisa la première carte de France imprimée dans ce pays en 1525 ("Nova totius Galliae descriptio") et une mappemonde en forme de cœur présentant une Terra Australis ("Recens et integra orbis descriptio", 1534). Ses manuscrits illustrés sont rare et recherchés comme "Composition et usage du carré géométrique" (1538) ou "L'Art et manière de t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: OBJET D UNE COLLECTION (luckyfab) [ FRANCE, FR]
2020-03-19 09:33:05
Oronce Fine
Paris: Fine Oronce 1552 La Sphere the World Cosmography Vascosan Astronomy Mathématiqu The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. The Sphere of the Worldproper, Cosmography, Newly composed in French, and divided into 5 books, including the first part of astronomy, and the universal principles of geography and hydrography With an epistle, touching the dignity, perfection and utility of the mathematical sciences. BY FINE ORONCE Printed in Paris by Michel de Vascosan 1552 In 4. 23 x 16.5cm: Epistle of the other to Edward VI. Dated September 1551 Three poems in French Table of Chapters on 4 pages. The Text is divided into Five books. On the 59th sheet: "the 5th book newly composed by François in Paris 1550" in poem form Large ornate letters at the head of the chapter Very many figures in the text Oronce Fine Considered by posterity as the restorer of mathematics in Renaissance France, Oronce Fine (1494-1555) is also an astronomer and cartographer. He produced the first map of France printed in this country in 1525 ("Nova totius Galliae descriptio") and a heart-shaped world map presenting a Terra Australis ("Recens et Integra orbis descriptio", 1534). His illustrated manuscripts are rare and sought after as "Composition and use of the geometric square" (1538) or "Art and way to certainly find the longitude of all places on Earth" (1543). VERY RARE BOOK SOLD BY A PROFESSIONAL The Sphere of the Worldproper, Cosmography, Newly composed in French, and divided into 5 books, including the first part of ast … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: OBJET D UNE COLLECTION (luckyfab) [ FRANCE, FR]
2020-03-19 07:04:22
Pietro Bembo
Vinegia (Venice/Venezia): 1552. Overall condition is Very Good. See description for full details and photos. Della Historia Vinitiana di M. Pietro Bembo card. Volgarmente Scritta. Libri XII. [Historia Veneta / History of Venice] By Pietro Bembo Vinegia (Venice/Venezia):Appresso Gualtero Scotto (Gualtiero Scotto)1552 (1st Edition) Approx Size: 7 x 8.75 inches (17.5 x 22 cms) Hardback. 4to. [27], [1] (blank), 179 leaves (i.e 358pp, verso of final leaf contains Errata), [2] printed pages First Italian language edition, following the Latin edition published the previous year. Early full calf leather binding, rebacked and retaining the original label. Wear to corners of boards, staining to leaves Gv-Gvii. A few occasional marks elsewhere, plus a few inked margin notes. Light soiling to endpapers, title page and colophon. Printer's woodcut device to title page and verso of colophon. Light water staining to upper margin of first few leaves, and to outer margin of last few leaves. Title page has slight loss to upper corner. Good solid binding with no loose pages. Bembo was appointed as official historian of the Republic of Venice in 1530, this work covers the period 1487 to 1513, but was not published until after his death. An important primary source. Overall Condition is Very Good There are many more rare and collectable books in our eBay shop, all at very reasonable prices Why not take a look... HERE Keywords: Italy, Italian History, Venice, Venezia, Venetian History, Italian language. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Tarrington Books (cakemonster_yumyum) [Tarrington, Herefordshire, GB]
2020-03-13 23:18:17
COMMYNES (OU COMMINES)
Paris: 1552. COMMYNES (OU COMMINES) Philippe de - Les Mémoires de Messire Philippe de Comines, Chevalier, Seigneur d'Argenton : sur les principaux faicts, & gestes de Louis onzième & de Charles huictième, son fils, Roys de France COMMYNES (OU COMMINES) Philippe de Les Mémoires de Messire Philippe de Comines, Chevalier, Seigneur d'Argenton : sur les principaux faicts, & gestes de Louis onzième & de Charles huictième, son fils, Roys de France Jean de Roigny, Paris 1552, in-folio (22x33cm), (6f.) clxix ff. (4f.), relié. Première édition des commentaires de Denis Sauvage dont le privilège semble avoir été partagé entre Galiot du Pré et Jean de Roigny.Titre frontispice avec un bel encadrement gravé. Quarante-six lignes par page. Deux petites notes manuscrites anciennes au verso du feuillet clxix.Reliure de la fin du XVIème ou du début du XVIIème siècle en plein veau fauve, dos à cinq nerfs richement orné, plats soulignés de deux encadrements de doubles filets dorés et de quatre fleurons dorés en écoinçons, titre à la plume sur le premier contreplat.Quelques habiles restaurations. Une petite restauration de papier au verso du titre frontispice Piqûres marginales sans gravité en marge de certains feuillets en début et fin de volume. L'édition des commentaires de Denis Sauvage est précieuse car ellemarque une amélioration par rapport aux édition antérieures fautives voire incomplètes de la seconde partie jusqu'en 1528 (édition d'Enguilbert de Marnef). Comme il l'explique dans l'épître royal, Denis Sauvage, grand admirateur de Philippe de Commynes, « le plus excellent de voz Histori … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
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