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2019-11-27 10:09:38
Esope
1554. Aesopi phrigis et aliorum fabulae Elegantibimis iconibus illustrate et diligentius quam antebac emadatae Les fables d'Esope Elégantes icones illustrées Avec soin et reflection et l'action d'un correcteur Traduction personnel du latin du titre Les correcteurs etant louis saurius et michel servet Ouvrage inconnu de la b.n.f Contenant 147 bois graves Pour 334 fables Attention il manque les pages 133-134 139-140 153-154 Et la derniere page Une photo de la derniere page Dans les illustrations Très proche de l'édition de Jean de Tourne de 1556 Bois graves attribues a Bernard Salomon 53 pages sur la vie d'Esope en début de tome Editeur Lugduni Apud ioannem frellonium Jean frellon Lyon Taille 12*8 Annee 1554 316 pages Reliure plein veau Titre en dorure sur tomaison sur dos a nerfs Avec 3 fers en dorure Interieur bien frais Frottement d'usages Petites fentes et petits accros Au bas du dos Ensemble bien solide La popularite des fables d'esope et constante pendant tout le moyen age et se traduit par un grand nombre d'edition au 14° et 15° siecle sur un modele precis avec un commentaire scolastique et moral. L'edition de 1527 de robert estienne etant une des premieres. Gryphe en publia 8 entre 1528 et 1544 Thibaud payen en 1533 Barbou en 1539 Et Jean Frellon en 1548 pour la premiere edition, au cours des annees qui ont suivis la mort de salomon, christophe plantin a anvers et comme marnef sort quelques livres dont les illustrations etaient des copies de solomon comme les fables d'esope, les emblemes d'alciat etc.. Le travail de solomon etait repris a lyon mais aussi a paris, son … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livre la (livrela) [La Garde, FR]
2019-11-24 01:25:29
SALVIANI, Ippolito (Hippolito).
Adams S190 (3 complete copies); Dean III, pp. 311-312; Mortimer (Italian) 454; Nissen, Schöne Fischbücher 112; Wood, p. 549 (issue not specified); cf. DSB XII, pp. 89-90. First edition (2nd issue) of a rare and extremely well-illustrated Latin treatise on Italian fishes: "the plates ... in accuracy and beauty far surpass any figures published in the next 100 years" (Dean), with 92 numbered chapters, one for each of 92 varieties of fish, giving detailed notes on their names, characteristics, locality, habitat and culinary use. The engravings are extremely detailed and accurate, giving our best early view of many of these species. 110 pages of tables give numerous cross-references to Aristotle, Pliny and many other mostly classical sources, citing relevant passages for almost every variety discussed, and there are alphabetical indexes of the Greek, Latin and common names. In addition to common fish, the plates include eels, sharks, skates, squids and an octopus. Although the present volume is called "liber primus," no more ever appeared.With a contemporary manuscript note on 2B6v. From the library of W.A. Foyle (Beeleigh Abbey), with his gold-tooled red morocco bookplate. Washed and with the title-page somewhat worn, marginal repairs to some leaves, occasionally reaching the plate edge but not the pictorial image, minor and mostly marginal foxing. Binding a bit soiled and the lower corner of the front board damaged. Still a good copy, and with generous margins.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-11-12 15:41:19
ARNOLDI FERRONI BVRDIGALE
rome: 1554. VERY LARGE BOOK AND VERY TIGHT BINDING WITH ORIGINAL COVERS. COVERS MAY HAVE BEEN COVERED IN LEATHER AND ARE WORN. PAGES ARE IN VERY GOOD READABLE CONDITION WITH VERY LITTLE FOXING. THE EARLIER PAGES FROM 1554 ARE A BIT MORE STAINED AS THE MAJORITY OF THE PAGES ARE CLEAR. SOME DIRT AND GRIME AS THIS IS AN OLD BOOK! I AM NOT A DEALER OF BOOKS SO PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. VERY LARGE ANTIQUE BOOK WRITTEN IN LATIN~ DATED 1554 & 1576 FROM ITALY, ROME TITLE: PAVLI AEMYLII VERONENSIS, HISTORICI CLARISS. DE REBVS GESTIS FRANCORVM LIBRI X REGIJ CONFILIARIJ, DEREBUS ITEM GEFTIS GALLORUM LIBRI NOUEM BY; ARNOLDI FERRONI BVRDIGALENSIS~ HE WAS A VERY FAMOUS WRITER OF HIS TIME. TODAY, WEBSITES ARE COPYING THESE TWO VOLUMES AND RELEASING THEM TO THOUSANDS. THEY ARE SELLING LEATHER BOUND COPIES AND ALSO ALLOWING YOU TO BUY THE TEXT AND THEN DOWNLOAD IT. THIS MAKES ME FEEL THIS IS IMPORTANT OR DESIRED MATERIAL. THESE BOOKS ARE ONLY FOUND IN MUSEUMS FROM MY RESEARCHING THEM. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE OF OWNING A PIECE OF HISTORY THAT IS ALMOST 500 YEARS OLD. . FOR MORE DETAIL, PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES ON THIS POST. THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS FOR THE FIRST BOOK BOUND AND IS DATED 1576. THE SECOND BOOK IS SHOWN IN PICTURES AND IS DATED 1554. AGAIN, THESE ARE BOUND TOGETHER, AND I DON'T KNOW WHY, BUT THE BOOK FROM 1576 IS FIRST AND THE 1554 IS IN THE BACK. TWO BOOKS BOUND TOGETHER~ I BELIEVE. I AM NOT A DEALER SO I AM GOING TO DO THE BEST I CAN TO DESCRIBE THIS. PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES AND ASK QUESTIONS. WITH BOOKS THIS OLD, IT CAN BE A CHALLENGE. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY ARE I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: qmch [San Diego, California, US]
2019-10-24 18:56:07
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Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben 1559 (im Kolophon: 1554). 16 x 10,2 cm (Oktav). 39 Bl., mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette. Pappeinband des 19. Jahrhundert, mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Titelblat etwas angestaubt. Teilweise ausradierter kleiner Stempel auf Titel. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt, teils etwas stockfleckig, teils mit schmalem Wasserrand in einer Ecke außerhalb des Textes. Bl. 3 (A III) mit kleiner Fehlstelle ohne Textverlust. Ab. Blatt D III mit einigen alten Marginalien und wenigen alten Unterstreichungen in brauner Tinte. VD16 ZV 15721. Sudhoff, Geschichte der Zahnheilkinde, S. 148" Der Spiegel der Artzney war noch sehr in Schätzung, als ein Arzt in Mittweida daran ging, das erste Schriftchen über Zahnpflege und Zahnbehandlunng zu verabfassen, das bis heute in der Weltlitteratur bekannt ist, eine kleine populäre Monographie in deutscher Sprache, die als Erstling ganz besondere Beachtung verdient, weil sie auch die Popularisierung der Zahnpflege in den Vordergrund schob. Das „Artzney Buchlein, wider allerlei kranckeiten und gebrechen der tzeen", zum ersten Mal 1530 in Leipzig gedruckt, steht als Meilenstein in der Gesamtentwicklung der Zahnheilkunde. Acht völlig einwandfrei nachgewiesene Drucke in wenigen Jahrzehnten des 16. Jahrhunderts (1530, 1533, 1536, 1541, 1543, 1559, 1563, 1576), legen für die große Beliebtheit, deren sich das aufklärende Büchlein erfreuen durfte, lautredendes Zeugnis ab". Es scheinen jedoch, was Sudhoff nicht erwähnt, alle Ausgaben zumindest teilweise im Text voneinander abzuweichen, auch tragen die späteren Ausgabe nicht mehr den Hiweis auf A … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Roland Gögler [Leutkirch, Germany]
2019-10-19 15:16:02
Juan Boscán, Garcilaso de la Vega
Barcelona, viuda de Carles Amorosa, 1554. 8º, [8]+268+[24] fol, pergamino rotulado en lomo, resto de cierres de cuerda. Huella de humedad en portada y primeras hojas, pequeña rasgadura y anotaciones en portada; hojas de preliminares encuadernadas en desorden; corto de margen superior, afectando en ocasiones a titulillos y paginación. Marca de impresor en portada, colofón. Obra impresa en varias ocasiones en el siglo XVI después de la primera, aparecida en Barcelona en 1543
Bookseller: MIQUELEIZ ANTIGUEDADES [PAMPLONA, Spain]
2019-10-18 19:10:24
Anacreon (attributed to)
Henri Estienne, Paris, 1554. A nice copy in the original limp vellum with remnants of suede ties. Beautifully printed Greek text followed by Estienne's commentary & finally Latin rendering . Slight worming to pastedown; armorial bookplate of Rufus King ; stain to title (q.v.). ; 140mm 209mm; [viii],110 pages; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons, Inc. ABAA, ILAB [Ft Lauderdale, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-10-12 08:18:07
LEMNIUS, Levinus.
Antwerpen, Martin Nutius, 1554. First edition. 8vo. (c.15,0x9,4cm.) 101,[1] leaves. With woodcut printer's mark on 2 title pages. Contemporary limp parchment with turned edges. (lacking the ties; last page glued to flyleaf) Contents: De astrologia; De praefixo cuique vitae termino; Letter by Guilelmus Levinus to his father Levinus; De honesto animi et corporis oblectamento [.]. Provenance: vague name on title page (Henry Filleau?). "Levinus Lemnius, (1505-1567) born in the town of Zierikzee in 1505, was general practitioner in that town from 1527 to ca. 1540. This is his first work. "Lemnius publia plusieurs ouvrages en latin, dont le style ne manque point d'élégance [.] Lemnius nous apprend qu'après avoir longtemps résisté aux vives sollicitations de personnages les plus distingués de sa ville natale, il s'est enfin décidé à faire imprimer les trois opuscules que renferme ce volume. Il s'est beaucoup plus occupé, dit-il, de la médecine active que de la médecine spéculative, et n'étant que fort peu versé dans l'art de bien dire, il craint d'échouer en publiant ses écrits [.]. [Ce livre est] un des rarissimes exemplaires de la première édition du premier ouvrage publié par Lev. Lemnius. " (H. LeClerc, Bulletin du bibliophile et du bibliothécaire 1855. p.373-74). Pettegree, Netherlandish Books.18856. Adams L 422. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
2019-10-10 06:41:15
Anacreon (attributed to)
Paris: Henri Estienne, 1554. A nice copy in the original limp vellum with remnants of suede ties. Beautifully printed Greek text followed by Estienne's commentary & finally Latin rendering . Slight worming to pastedown; armorial bookplate of Rufus King ; stain to title (q.v.). ; 140mm 209mm; [viii],110 pages; All shipments through USPS insured Priority Mail.
Bookseller: William Chrisant & Sons' Old Florida Book Shop, ABAA, ILAB, FABA [United States]
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2019-10-03 19:56:14
BINDINGS, EARLY - L'ATELIER À LA SECONDE PALMETTE [THE DUODO BINDER]). HOMER
Paris: Adrian Turnebus, 1554. This Turnebus edition of Homer is deemed "elegant and excellent" by Dibdin, adjectives that apply equally to its binding by an outstanding Parisian workshop. The exceptionally pleasing binding is among those that had traditionally been attributed to the royal binders Clovis and Nicolas Eve (as is evident from the titling on the box housing it) but, in fact, assigned to them in error. Among the misidentified volumes in this group were the famous fanfare bindings done for diplomat Pietro Duodo--it was the use of fleurs-de-lys and daisy (marguerite) tools on these bindings that caused many bibliophiles to believe they were done by the Eves for Queen Marguerite of Valois. In his 1970 work on fanfare bindings, Geoffrey Hobson corrects this error, asserting that the fanfare bindings were, in fact, not done for the queen, but for Duodo, by a workshop he dubbed the Atelier à la Seconde Palmette (the name deriving from a unique tool), but more commonly known today as the Duodo Binder. Hobson further noted that this bindery, which flourished from 1586 until 1611, was also patronized by our former owner, Nicolas de Villars (d. 1608). Our binding bears several distinctive tools and characteristics in common with those done for Duodo, including the palm frond and foliage frame, and the tulip tool used on the covers and spine. According to Dibdin, the text here is "particularly valuable as being the only volume of Homer published by" Adrien Turnèbe (1512-65), whom he considered "one of the profoundest scholars and critics of the 16th century." … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Rare Books (ABAA) [McMinnville, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-09-29 22:34:06
CATULLUS, Caius Valerius
Venice: Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium, 1554. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti. Venetiis, Apud Paulum Manutium Aldi filium MDLIIII. Cum privilegio Pontificis maximi, & Senatus Veneti. Gaius Valerius Catullus (Catullo); Marc-Antoine Muret Opera] Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti.; Commentary by Marc-Antoine Muret ("Muretus", 1526-1585) CATULLUS, Caius Valerius (circa 84-54 B.C.E) Published by Paulus Manutius Aldus, Venice, 1554 Published by apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium (Paolo Manuzio),, Venezia,, 1554 Woodcut anchor device on title and last leaf (otherwise blank) errata leaf. Sm. 8vo. Half calf. Slightly rubbed, Venice. Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-09-20 11:45:15
[FORTIFICATION MANUSCRIPT].
An anonymous French manuscript treatise on fortification, with 32 folding colour drawings showing not only fortifications but also military buildings such as a powder magazine, arsenal, etc., as well as gates, bridges, etc. Some explicitly note that they follow Jean Errard (1554-1610), Antoine de Ville (1596-1656), Blaise François, Comte de Pagan (1604-1665), Sébastien Le Prestre de Vauban (1633-1707) and Menno van Coehorn (1634-1704), the greatest 17th-century French and Dutch masters of the art of fortification. The fortified cities shown include Saint-Martin-de-Ré, Strasbourg and Thionville. Each of the four parts has its own title with Traite des fortifications followed by the subtitle for the relevant part.In about a dozen pages, the tops of the capitals or flourishes of a large title or heading word have been slightly shaved by the binder and there are occasional minor smudges, small stains or spots, but the manuscript is otherwise in very good condition. The binding is rubbed, the hinges cracked and the spine damaged, but the sewing supports remain intact and nearly all of the tooling on the spine is clear. An interesting and well illustrated treatise on fortification and military architecture.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-19 21:32:28
Per Plinio Pietrasanta, In Venetia, 1554. Opera dedicata dal curatore Girolamo Ruscelli alla Contessa Virginia Pallavicina Gambara. Cm.15x9,6. Pg.(12), 234, (17). Legatura in piena pergamena rigido con abrasioni al dorso, con titoli in oro. Marca calcografica al frontespizio raffigurante un albero cui è avvolto un nastro con il motto " Semper virens". Capilettera ornamentali. Nel volume liriche di Bartolomeo Arnigio, Baldassar Cazzago, Fortunato e Vespasiano Martinengo, Giovanfrancesco da Gambaraa, Camillo Faita, Emilio Emilii, Francesco e Pompeio Pocopagni, Francesco Stella, Francesco Nores, Giovan'Andrea Ugoni, Girolamo Bornati, Girolamo Fenarolo, Giovann'Antonio Sacchetto, Lucia Albani, Leone Cerete, Martino Agatio, Panfilo Monte, Pietro Barignano, Veronica Gambara, Vincenzo Metello. Non comune antologia di liriche di autori bresciani del XVI secolo, fra cui ne spiccano 18 di Veronica Gambara (1485-1550). > Adams, II-R, 547. BMSTC, Italian Books 1465-1600, 593. 200 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2019-09-18 19:44:51
Catullus, Gaius Valerius and Marc-Antoine Muret.
Venice, Paulus Manutius Aldus, 1554. Small 8vo (155 x 100 mm). (4), "134" (= 136), (2) ff. With Aldus's woodcut anchor and dolphin device on the title-page, repeated on the verso of the otherwise blank final leaf, and spaces with guide letters left for 2 5-line and about 60 3-line manuscript initials (not filled in). Set in an Aldine italic (with upright capitals) with occasional words (mostly names) in roman and frequent passages in Greek. Gold-tooled mottled calf (ca. 1700?), sewn on 5 supports (vellum tapes?), each board with a frame made with a 2 mm roll, the spine with a gold-tooled red morocco label in the 2nd of 6 compartments but otherwise decorated as a single field filled with a 7 mm roll of diagonal lines (the bands on the spine are nearly flat), gold-tooled board edges, headbands in brown and beige, dark brown ribbon marker, marbled endpapers (Dutch pattern, curled, close to Wolfe 12), red edges. First edition to include Muret's important and influential commentaries, of the poems of the passionate (if self-centred) Roman poet Catullus (84-ca. 54 BCE), often given the collective title Carmina. Both the poems and the commentaries appear here in the original Latin. Although the poems are not numbered and there is no table of contents, Muret's present edition established the order for the numbering from 1 to 116 that remains in use, even though poems 18-20 are now usually omitted as false attributions and a few are sometimes divided into two poems distinguished with "a" and "b". Poems 18 and 19 are addressed to the fertility god Pirapus, best known for his enormous … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-09-18 08:44:57
Yavetz, Yosef ben Chaim
Ferrara, 1554. Ferrara. Or haChaim, 1554, Ferrara. Author: Yavetz, Yosef ben Chaim. Publisher: Avraham Usque. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1554.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-09-17 14:11:51
Boccaccio, Giovanni.
Venice, [device of Domenico Giglio] (colophon: Francesco Rampazetto, 1554). Small 8vo (15 x 11 cm). "390" (= 380) ff. With Giglio's woodcut device (a bird with a scorpion in its beak above a pot with "DG" above 2 winged sea-goats, with motto "non sine quare sic facio" and "N.S.C.C.F.") on the title-page, 6 woodcut decorated initials (3 series) plus 2 repeats. Set in Aldine-style italic types (with upright capitals) with incidental roman. Contemporary limp vellum, sewn on 3 alum-tawed supports laced through the joints, with manuscript title down the spine in rotunda gothic lettering (6 mm x-height) with decorated capitals: "Filocopo d[e]l Boccaccio". Second Sansovino edition of Boccaccio's first important work, Il Filocolo (here Filocopo), a prose romance written ca. 1334-1336, about twenty years before the Decameron. Boccaccio reworked the 12th-century French love story of Floire (Florio), muslim Prince of Andalusia, and Blancheflor (Biancifiore), the orphaned daughter of his mother's Roman Christian lady-in-waiting. They grow up together in the royal household, but when they fall in love his parents try to break up the romance by selling her to merchants who will take her to Alexandria to join a harem. Florio, under the pseudonym Filocopo, rescues and marries her. He converts to Christianity and they return home where he ascends the throne and his people embrace Christianity. Boccaccio introduced many new elements into the story and told it with his usual flare for (often risqué) humour. It served as inspiration for writers around the world from Chaucer to Keats, and Bocca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-09-12 02:12:09
GALLAND, Pierre - TURNEBE, Adrien].
Parisiis, 1554, Apud Adr. Turnebum typographum Regium, 1 volume in-8 de 220x160x25 mm environ, 2 ff.blancs, titre, épître, 256 pages-6 ff.-(index, errata, mensurarum genera)- 20 pages-6 ff.blancs (notes manuscrites anciennes sur le premier feuillet), plein parchemin crème à recouvrements, titre manuscrit sur le dos. Première Edition princeps illustrée de ce recueil. Galeries et trous de ver dans les marges avec des débordements dans le texte, bordures des premières gardes froissées, une mouillure marginale, rares petites notes anciennes et passages soulignés, des feuillets reliés dans le désordre en début de volume (sans manque), quelques rousseurs légères, sinon bon état. Texte en latin. Pierre Galland, dit « Galandius », est un professeur au Collège royal, un docteur d'université et un chanoine de l'église Notre-Dame de Paris où il rétablit un collège (où il fonda quelques bourses pour des enfants de Saint-Venant). Il serait né en 1510 à Aire-en-Artois ou à Saint-Venant et mort à Paris le 6 septembre 1559 ou le 30 aout 1559, suivant Lamonnoye. Galland était lami de Guillaume Budé, de François Vatable, de Joachim du Bellay, et avait eu pour élève le savant Adrien Turnèbe. II prit également part à la lutte savante qui séleva contre Pierre de La RaméeAdrien Turnèbe, ou Tournebeuf, ou Adrianus Turnebus en latin, né aux Andelys en 1512 et mort le 12 juin 1565 à Paris, est un poète, critique et commentateur humaniste français auxquels la France doit la Renaissance de ses lettres.Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre libra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Diogène [France, Lyon]
2019-09-10 10:48:28
Munster, Sebastian
1554. Early C16th woodcut map of the world by the German cartographer Sebastian Münster. Munster made this new and modern map of the world in an ovaloid projection for the 1550 edition of his Cosmographia. This example was published in either 1554 or 1559 as these are the only two editions to have Latin text on the verso. Surrounding the map are decorative clouds and personified depictions of the twelve winds of the wind-system proposed by Aristotle with their names appearing in banners. The initials of the wood carver David Kandel can be seen in the lower left corner of the map. Moving away from the classically accepted Ptolemaic model of the world, Munster's new world map omits, Terra Australis Incognita, usually found on world maps of the period and adds the recently discovered America. The ship depicted on the right is Magellan's ship Victoria honouring his circumnavigation of the world 1519-1522. With this map Munster was one of the first to provide a more realistic picture of the world. Latin text on the verso. From Münster s Cosmographia. 310mm x 360mm (12.2" x 14.17") Date: 1540 (1554)
Bookseller: Antique Print & Map Room [Ultimo, NSW, Australia]
2019-09-06 20:34:43
GASTALDI, Giacomo].
1554. Bifolco & Ronca, Cartografia topografia Italiana 84b; Gole, Early printed maps of India 2; Karrow 30/74.2. Rare very early engraved map showing the Indian subcontinent, the Strait of Hormuz, the eastern half of the Gulf, and the Indian Ocean, including the islands of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), the Maldives, Seychelles, the western tip of Sumatra and what must be the eastern tip of Somalia. Many topographic names appear in forms used in early Portuguese accounts of voyages, but most can be identified. In India and Ceylon we find Goa, Mangalor (Mangalore), Cochin (Kochi), Calinapata (Calcutta?), Besinagar (Bangalore), Colmucho (Colombo) and many others; in the Gulf region Cor. Dulfar (Dhofar), the island Macira (Masirah), C. Resalgate (Ras el Had?), Galatia (the ancient site Qalhat), Mazcate (Muscat), the island Quexumo (Qeshm) and Ormus (Hormuz). There is even an unlabelled city close to present-day Abu Dhabi. Two of the ships are labelled with their destinations: Calicut (Kozhikode) on the Malabar Coast and Molucche (the Moluccas) in the East Indies.Gastaldi first published a similar map as one of a set of three woodcut maps in the first volume of the second edition of Giovanni Battista Ramusio, Navagationi et viaggi, Venice, 1554. These were a great advance on earlier maps, taking account of new information from Portuguese explorers. The woodblocks and whatever copies of the printed edition had not yet been sold were destroyed by a fire in 1557, so for the 1563 edition the publisher had the three maps engraved on copperplates by Niccolo Nelli. Bertelli published the three m … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-08-29 08:06:23
Lodovico Ariosto.
Francesco Rampazetto., Vinegia, 1554. Italian text in two columns. A nicely illustrated scarce edition of this sixteenth century classic. Lacking the first title page but complete otherwise. weight: 0.8 lb. Good, upper half of front outer hinge split, spine head chipped, lacking title page, fist few pages loosening but still attached, text very good. Printers serpent and arrow device on second title page and last page, 47 woodcut pictorial headpieces and historiated initials. 267 leaves numbered one side, [28] unnumbered leaves.
Bookseller: Zephyr Books [Reno, NV, U.S.A.]
2019-08-29 01:43:02
COSTUS, Petrus
New York: Matthias Bonhomme, 1554. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Pierre Costus was a 16th-century French humanist whose studies were rooted in Jewish traditions. In 1554, Costus wrote what would be his final work, a work concerning the themes of rabbinic biblical exegesis from a Jewish perspective. This first edition printing is paired with a Targum of the Book of Ecclesiastes. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-08-25 17:55:33
1554. Template | Trixum Beschreibung (Folengo, Teofilo; pseud.:) Merlin Coccaio. Macaronicorum Poemata. Nunc recens accurate recognita cum figuris locis suis appositis. Venezia, heirs of Pietro Ravani and associates, 1554. circa 14,4 x 8 cm. 24 ff., 252 num ff., with printer's device on title and 26 full-page woodcut illustrations Contemporary vellum. - Adams F 694 (one copy, defective); Brunet II, 1318; Graesse II, 608. Uncommon illustrated edition of the macaronic poetry of Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544) from Mantova, first published without illustrations in 1517 and here with 26 pretty woodcuts. Contains apart from shorter poems the love story Zani Tonnella, the Moscheis (Battle of the flies) and the now 25 books of the mock-heroic adventures of King Baldus that Folengo adapted and enlarged four times beginning with only 17 parts at first. The text is composed of Latin vers blended with words of the vernacular that are being Latinised. Folengo not only presented a parody of the poetry of Vergil but at the same time also tried to emulated his style. The macaronic genre goes back to Tifi Odasi who also lived in Mantua in the second half of the 15th century. With Folengo it has reached its pinnacle. - Only about the first 10 leaves with a small waterstain to the lower margin, very little old underlining, mostly clean inside. Binding a little rubbed and dusty, laces gone. Altogether nice - rare edition with pretty woodcuts. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-08-24 01:40:17
Gesner (Gessner), Conrad].
Lyon, Balthazarem Arnoulletum, 1554. 16mo (12.5 x 8 cm). [44], [4 blank], 499, [8], [5 blank] pp. With dozens of woodcut illustrations in text. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. Third edition in the original Latin, of the first part of Conrad Gesner's very popular book of secrets. It primarily concerns distillation and its use in making medicines, with most of the woodcuts illustrating furnaces, glassware and other equipment for distilling. It discusses the various kinds of distillation, the equipment and techniques, aqueous solutions, the making of medicines from a wide variety of plants, animals and minerals (including metal salts), extracting oils, etc. - "The work begins with a short historical introduction which says that the Greeks and Romans could not yet distil and claims that the art was invented by the Barbarians, Carthaginians and Arabs shortly after the famous Hellenistic physicians. He gives a few short notes on Arabian scientists like Mesue, Avicenna and Bulcasis, describing their methods of making rose-oil" (Forbes). - Conrad Gesner (1516-65), a Zurich scholar of remarkable breadth who wrote on bibliography, botany, zoology, medicine and pharmacology, published the first volume of his De remediis secretis in 1552 under the pseudonym Euonymus Philiatrus. It quickly went through many editions and was translated into French, German, Italian and English by 1559. A second part appeared posthumously, edited by Gesner's student Caspar Wolf (1532-1601) and Froschauer, who printed its first edition. - Binding soiled and a few stains and smudges throughout; a good … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-08-21 16:55:38
Folengo, Teofilo; pseud.:) Merlin Coccaio:
Venezia, heirs of Pietro Ravani and associates, 1554. circa 14,4 x 8 cm., 24 ff., 252 num ff., with printer's device on title and 26 full-page woodcut illustrations. Contemporary vellum Adams F 694 (one copy, defective); Brunet II, 1318; Graesse II, 608. Uncommon illustrated edition of the macaronic poetry of Teofilo Folengo (1491-1544) from Mantova, first published without illustrations in 1517 and here with 26 pretty woodcuts. Contains apart from shorter poems the love story Zani Tonnella, the Moscheis (Battle of the flies) and the now 25 books of the mock-heroic adventures of King Baldus that Folengo adapted and enlarged four times beginning with only 17 parts at first. The text is composed of Latin vers blended with words of the vernacular that are being Latinised. Folengo not only presented a parody of the poetry of Vergil but at the same time also tried to emulated his style. The macaronic genre goes back to Tifi Odasi who also lived in Mantua in the second half of the 15th century. With Folengo it has reached its pinnacle. - Only about the frist 10 leaves with a small waterstain to the lower margin, very little old underlining, mostly clean inside. Binding a little rubbed and dusty, laces gone. Altogether nice - rare edition with pretty woodcuts. [11 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2019-08-19 16:45:50
Murer, Jos
1554. 105 x 145 cm, 114 x 154 cm (gerahmt), Kleine Fehlstellen sauber geschlossen, Wasserrand unten rechts (ausserhalb des Holzschnittes) - insgesamt ein schönes und dekoratives Exemplar mit Patina. Auf BFK Rives Nicolas aufgezogen, MDCCCCXVIII Jar gedruckt durch Fritz Amberger, vormalen David Bürkli. Diese Auflage ist die 6. der insgesamt 8 Auflagen von den Originalstöcken die im Staatsarchiv verwahrt sind. - Die Orignalüberschrift lautet: Der uralten wytbekannten Statt Zurych gestalt und gelaegenhait / wie sy zuo diser zyt in waesen / ufgerissen und in grund gelegt / durch Josen Murer / und durch Christoffel Froschaower / zuo Eeren dem Vatterland getruckt / Im M.D.LXXVI. Jar. Angeregt durch Ansichtspläne anderer Städte (Venedig, Strassburg, Augsburg, Basel etc.) wollte Jos Murer (1554-1631) seiner Vaterstadt ein Denkmal setzen. Da in seiner Glasmalerwerkstatt in dieser Zeit nur wenige Bestellungen eingingen, musste sich Murer, Vater von zwölf Kindern, etwas einfallen lassen. Ausgerüstet mit einer Mesz-Schybe und Schrittmass vermass er das Gebiet innerhalb der Stadtmauern und übertrug es auf Leinwand. Danach schritt er die Gassen ab und zeichnete jedes Haus und jeden Baum aus der gleichen Richtung. So entstand auf Leinwand ein farbiges Gemälde der Stadt in der faszinierenden Vogelperspektive in der Grösse des späteren Holzschnittes, aber mit viel mehr Details. Im Zürcher Rat sass auch der Drucker Christoph Froschauer (1532-1585), der Neffe des Buchdruckers Christoph Froschauer, der das Potential dieses Stadtplaneserkannte. Falls es gelingen würde, ihn zu vervielfältigen, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2019-08-16 23:11:27
COSTUS, Petrus
New York: Matthias Bonhomme, 1554. 1554 1ed Targum Koheleth HEBREW Ecclesiastes Typus Messiae Judaica Bible CostusPierre Costus was a 16th-century French humanist whose studies were rooted in Jewish traditions. In 1554, Costus wrote what would be his final work, a work concerning the themes of rabbinic biblical exegesis from a Jewish perspective. This first edition printing is paired with a Targum of the Book of Ecclesiastes.Item number: #7342Price: $950COSTUS, PetrusTypus Messiæ et Christi Domini ex veterum prophetarum præsensionibus contra Iudæorum ̓απιστιαν. Accessit תרגום קהלת, Targum Koheleth, hoc est, Caldaica paraphrasis Ecclesiastis, latinè versa.Lugduni: Apud Matthiam Bonhomme, 1554.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pages; 2 parts as called foro 143, [1]; 102o Separate signatures: A-S4; A-N4· References: Adams C 2756; Sunderlandiana, 3495; USTC 151673; Pettegree FB 63516;· Language: Latin & Hebrew· Binding: Leather; tight & secure · Size: ~9in X 6in (23cm x 15cm)· Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwideOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!7342Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-08-14 12:11:25
1554. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Greek Printing - Pythagoras und Phokylides. Poemata cum duplici interpretatione Viti Amerpachii, & postrema eiusdem recognitione. Basel, Oporinus, 1554. 8°, circa 16,4 x 10,8 cm. 167 SS. Pergament d. Zt. - VD 16, P 5450; Adams P 2308; Hoffmann III, 244 u. 512. Griechischer Text, lateinische Nachdichtungen und reicher Kommentar; Widmung und Vorwort Amerbachs sind 1539 bzw. 1542 datiert. - Recht breitrandig, etwas gebräunt und stockfleckig, vereinzelt kleine Wurmspuren ohne Textverlust, Titel mit getilgtem Eintrag, unten schmaler Randabschnitt ohne Textverlust, der Name des Druckers durchgestrichen, im Text wenige Unterstreichungen und Marginalien. Einband knitterig, Spiegel gelöst, Rücken mit kleiner Schadstelle, aber Bindung solide. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-08-11 06:49:59
Spain: 1554. Lot of 5 books with original manuscripts from a Spanish Public Notary (Señorio de Sena) with their respective translations in print and Spanish. The manuscripts date from 1554 to 1950. Many original manuscripts with very old calligraphy, some with more than 460 years old! In excellent condition.
Bookseller: syovane [Santiago, CL]
2019-08-08 09:55:58
VILLANI Giovanni.
In Fiorenza, appresso Lorenzo Torrentino, 1554, in-8, leg. settecentesca in piena pergamena (alcuni minimi taglietti sui piatti), tagli spruzzati, pp. [16], 353, [13], non è stata legata l'ultima carta Z8 che era bianca (cfr. descrizione in ICCU). Con stemma dei Medici in xilografia sul frontespizio e iniziali xilografiche. Prima edizione a stampa degli ultimi due libri della Cronaca di Giovanni Villani. Come riferisce Moreni: "Torrentino mai stampò la prima parte della Cronica di Giovanni nè mai la seconda di quella di Matteo". Moreni, Torrentino, 242. Moreni Bibliografia della Toscana II, 461. Antiche notazioni di possesso al frontespizio ed al colophon. Alone giallognolo all'angolo esterno alto delle prime 45 carte, poche carte con specchio di stampa legato in posizione un poco iclinata ma senza dubbio buon esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [IT]
2019-08-08 09:55:58
VILLANI Matteo.
In Fiorenza, appresso Lorenzo Torrentino, 1554, in-8, leg. ottocentesca in mezza pelle verde scuro, titolo su tasello in pelle rossa e fregi in oro al dorso, piatti in carta marmorizzata, pp. [32], 395, [5] (le carte 2[fiore]6-8 e 2B7-8 bianche). Con stemma dei Medici in xilografia sul frontespizio e iniziali xilografiche. Prima edizione a stampa dei primi quattro libri della Cronaca di Matteo. Come riferisce Moreni: "Torrentino mai stampò la prima parte della Cronica di Giovanni nè mai la seconda di quella di Matteo". Moreni, Torrentino, 243. Lozzi p.106 n°165: "Bellissimo e Raro". Antica firma di possesso sotto al colophon: "di Simone Fran.co Boccella". Mancanza all'angolo inf. est. di una a carta (margine bianco) per il resto ottime condizioni. Ex-libris. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2019-08-08 00:47:49
1554. Herodianus: L'Histoire D'Herodian, Excellent Historiographe, Traitant de la Vie Des Successeurs De Mar Avrele A' L'Empire de Romme. A Lyon, Par Guillaume Roville. 1554. Folio. Probably original calf covers with later spine (nicely replaced). Triple ruled in gold. Edges gilt. A fine large copy, with some dampstains, ornamental initials in various styles, woodcut head pieces. 13 1/2" x 9 3/8".
Bookseller: Laster's Fine Art and Antiques (lastersfineart) [Winston-Salem, North Carolina, US]
2019-07-28 13:46:02
Stanhuf, Michaele
Wittemberg: Bernard Holtorp, 1554. In the first half of this treatise, Michaele Stanhuf, an admirer and former student of Melanchthon, examines meteors and other celestial marvels, using as his spiritual and scientific guide Aristotle's Meteorologia. In the second half, Stanhuf considers more earthbound phenomena, including eathquakes, floods, the system of winds, the sources of rivers and fountains, the nature of thunder and lightning, and the theory of tides, again citing the Meteorologia extensively, but also Pliny and other classical natural history authors, as well as Pontano's De meteoris. Lynn Thorndike, writing about Stanhuf's later work on comets, remarks that the author seems to give great credence to prodigies and portents, and indeed this is evident in the present work as well, though to lesser degree. Stanhuf was a staunch opponent of Copernicus and his recent heliocentric theory, a late philosophic break with his former teacher--Melanchthon came to embrace, at least partially and perhaps reluctantly, the tenets of heliocentrism, stating in the second (1550) edition of his scientific textbook, Initia Doctrinæ Physicæ, that Copernicus's ideas were in fact in accord with the Reformation. A good copy of a scarce work, partially annotated by a contemporary reader. Octavo, 162 x 103 x 11 mm (binding), 158 x 100 x 9 mm (text block). A-I8; 72 ff. Bound in 19th-century quarter sheep over marbled boards, extremities worn, chipping to head cap. Interior: Title reinforced at margins on verso, leaves toned, fingersoiling to first and last leaves, margins slightly trimmed, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: W. S. Cotter Rare Books [U.S.A.]
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2019-07-24 11:44:27
ALDINE PRESS] CATULLUS, Caius Valerius (circa 84-54 B.C.E
Venice: Paulus Manutius Aldus, 1554. First edition with Muretus' commentary. Aldine 8vo (152 x 96 mm; 6 x 33/4 in.). Collation: *4, A-Q8 R10. Large Aldine woodcut device on title and verso of final leaf. Italic type, occasional Greek and Roman types. 19th-century brown calf gilt, all edges gilt. Provenance: discreet contemporary ownership inscription on title, a few annotations in text. Spine label chipped, joints light rubbed; title slightly soiled, some occasional worming, most marginal. Spine label chipped, joints light rubbed; title slightly soiled, some occasional worming, most marginal. Item #402203 The text includes the "Priapea." Marc Antoine Muret, or Muretus as he styled himself, was one of the great humanists of the Renaissance, and is often considered the greatest Latin prose stylist of the age. His commentary of Catullus first appears in this edition, issuing a "new age" of scholarship according to D. F. S. Thomson. Muretus was "reinforced by a greater knowledge of Greek [than his predecessors].... What is above all interesting in Muretus is the union, characteristic of French Humanism in that period, of poetry and scholarship" (Catullus, ed by D. F. S. Thomson, Toronto, 1997, pp. 48-49). It was Paulus Manutius, Aldus' third son and successor, who made a place in Venice for Meretus when the latter was forced into exile for pederasty. The publisher assigned him the editorship of a series of classical texts, with this edition of Catullus being the first. Adams C-1145; BM/STC Italian, p. 161; Brunet I:1682; Renouard 162:19. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: hudsonriverbooks [Hastings-on-Hudson, New York, US]
2019-07-23 21:33:25
Nicolas BEATRIZET detto "Il Beatricetto" Thionville 1515 circa - Roma 1565
"Bulino, 1554, datato in lastra in basso al centro. Da un soggetto di Michelangelo Buonarroti. Esemplare nel primo stato di sei, con l'indirizzo dell'editore Antonio Salamanca. In basso al centro «sepvlchri · marmorei · ivlio · iI · pont · max · divina · mich · angeli / bonaroti · florentini · manv · romae · in · basilica · s · petri / ad · vincvla · fabre facti · graphica · deformatio / ant · salamanca · exc · / romae · 8 · d · liiiI ·». Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "incudine e martello nel cerchio", rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L'opera è successivamente inserita nello Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae di Antonio Lafreri. Attribuita al Beatrizet dal Bartsch e altri studiosi, riproduce la tomba di Giulio II, con il celebre Mosè, scolpita da Michelangelo in San Pietro in Vincoli, una delle più famose sculture di tutti i tempi. Scrive Alessia Alberti: ""Proveniente dal patrimonio di matrici di Antonio Salamanca (che vi appone il suo indirizzo dalla prima edizione, 1554), probabilmente in seguito allo scioglimento della società con Lafrery il rame dovette passare al francese. Lo si evince dagli inventari relativi alla dispersione del patrimonio di Lafrery dopo la sua morte: ceduta dal nipote Stefano Duchet a Paolo Graziani (1581; Pagani, 2008a, p. 15, riga 15) e da questi a Pietro De Nobili (1585; Pagani, 2008b, p. 376, riga 99). Infine, allo scioglimento della società di questi con Marcello Clodio e Girolamo Arbotti, toccò al figlio di Pietro De Nobili, Pietro Paolo (1589; Pagani, 2011, p. 133, riga 170). Anche se l'ulti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-21 08:39:00
Sallust
Martin Nuyts, 1554. woodcut printer's device on title, title a bit browned around the edges, ff. 140, [4], 12mo, 20th-century calf, tooled in blind to something like contemporary (1554) including a Paschal Lamb at the centre of both covers. The last edition listed by Palau of the Spanish prose translation by Francisco Vidal de Noya the first being Zaragosa, 1493. WolrdCat locates only BNE, and 1 copy in Oxford (All Souls). The text is introduced as being 'en Romance Castellano . en estilo assaz alto y muy elegante.' Francisco Vidal de Noya (c. 1415-92), tutor to the future 'Catholic King' (Fernando de Aragon), bishop, diplomat, polymath. His translation was the first into Spanish, but it was superseded by Manuel Suerio's translation when it appeared in 1615. (Palau 288129)
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-07-12 21:25:13
PRISCIEN DE CESAREE
Bâle: 1554. PRISCIEN DE CESAREE - Prisciani grammatici caesariensi Libri omnes. De octo partibus orationis XVI. Deg, constructione earundem -De XII. Primis Aeneid. Librorum carminibus. -De accentibus tam nominum quam uerborum -De ponderibus & mensuris -De praexercitamentis rhetor. Ex Hermog. -De uersibus comicis -Rusini item de metris comicis & oratoris numeris -Cum indice copiosissimo PRISCIEN DE CESAREE Prisciani grammatici caesariensi Libri omnes. De octo partibus orationis XVI. Deg, constructione earundem -De XII. Primis Aeneid. Librorum carminibus. -De accentibus tam nominum quam uerborum -De ponderibus & mensuris -De praexercitamentis rhetor. Ex Hermog. -De uersibus comicis -Rusini item de metris comicis & oratoris numeris -Cum indice copiosissimo chez Nicolas Bryling, Bâle 1554, très fort petit in 8, (6) 936pp. -17., relié. Nouvelle édition. Bien que nous n'ayons pas trouvé trace de cette édition de Bâle, la première édition a été éditée à Venise, Alde, en 1527 (avec une collation différente). Absent à la BN de France et dans les catalogues français. Oxford possède une édition à la même date. Les catalogues anglais font mention de plusieurs exemplaires à différentes dates. Impression en caractère italique.Belle reliure allemande d'époque sur peau de truie avec fermoirs en parfait état de marche. Dos à 3 nerfs nu avec pièce de titre papier manuscrite à la plume, plats estampés à froid de roulettes en encadrement (rinceaux avec médaillons représentant Erasme de Rotterdam et Philipe de Milan, Martin de Paris, Jean de? ?). Rectangle central avec motifs d'entrelacs de feu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-07-12 09:33:16
Aristoteles/Theodoro Gaza
Valencia: Juan Mey, 1554. Problematum Aristotelis sectiones duae de quadraginta Problematum Alexandri Aphrodisiei libri duo Theodoro Gaza interprete ; ad haec Eruditissima problemata Plutarchi. Valentiae (Valencia), Typis Ioannis Mey. 1554. Description: 8º. Vellum binding inscribed. 192 leaves. Complete. Tear at foot of front page and leaves A2 and A3. With upper corner lost of A2 not affecting text. Rest in very good condition. Very rare spanish print in medicine and natural history. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: brandagedeon [Lérida, ES]
2019-07-07 17:55:20
CATULLUS, Caius Valerius
Venice: Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium, 1554. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti. Venetiis, Apud Paulum Manutium Aldi filium MDLIIII. Cum privilegio Pontificis maximi, & Senatus Veneti. Gaius Valerius Catullus (Catullo); Marc-Antoine Muret Opera] Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti.; Commentary by Marc-Antoine Muret ("Muretus", 1526-1585) CATULLUS, Caius Valerius (circa 84-54 B.C.E) Published by Paulus Manutius Aldus, Venice, 1554 Published by apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium (Paolo Manuzio),, Venezia,, 1554 Woodcut anchor device on title and last leaf (otherwise blank) errata leaf. Sm. 8vo. Half calf. Slightly rubbed, Venice. Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-07-04 13:00:36
MODIO, Giovanni Battista
Rome: Valerio e Luigi Dorici fratelli Bressani, 1554. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. A rare, 16th-century book on gender roles, human sexuality, and misogyny. Giovanni Battista Modio was a 16th-century Italian philosopher and author who is best known for his famous book 'Il Convito'. This work of literature is a dialogue set in Rome during the carnival of 1554 which focuses on the roles of husbands and wives, and human sexuality. Modio's most popular work has since been considered a classic in misogynistic literature and describes traditional misogynistic arguments against marriage. (Cox, p.123). Modio makes his arguments based on the traditions of Roman mythology and how the Roman gods acted toward sexuality and relations with women. (Giannetti, p. 121). [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-07-02 20:11:53
Dedekind, Friedrich
Apud Chr. Egenolphum (Christian Egenolff), Francoforti (Frankfurt), 1554. 14,9x9,8cm pag. 96 Blatt beidseitig bedruckt. OBroschur, einfacher Papierumschlag, am Rücken unten etwas lose, leicht angerändert, wenige Flecken, durchweg im unteren Berich in den Ecken bräunlicher Fleck (wenig störend), insges. gut erhalten. einige kl. Holzschnitte. --------- Dedekinds deftige Satire auf die Unsitten seiner Zeit, namengebend für den Grobianus, erschien erstmals 1549 auf Latein; 1551 brachte Caspar Scheidt die erste deutsche Ausgabe heraus ------- Friedrich Dedekind (* um 1525 in Neustadt am Rübenberge; gest. 27. Februar 1598 in Lüneburg) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller. Dedekind studierte ab 1543 Theologie in Marburg, später in Wittenberg, wo er von Philipp Melanchthon gefördert wurde. Nach der Promotion zum Magister 1550 wurde er in Neustadt, 1575 in Lüneburg Pastor und Inspektor der Kirchen des Bistums Verden. Sein Hauptwerk "Grobianus" (1549) wurde namensgebend für den Grobianismus. Es wurde von Caspar Scheidt in deutsche Knittelverse übertragen und erschien 1551 unter dem Titel Grobianus. Von groben Sitten und unhöfischen Gebärden. Scheidt schuf später zum Grobianus ein weibliches Gegenstück (Grobiana), beide Teile erschienen 1572 als Grobianus et Grobiana. Daneben trat Dedekind als Dramatiker hervor. In späteren Jahren wurde er mehrfach als Schlichter theologischer Streitigkeiten zu Fragen des Abendmahlsverständnisses innerhalb des Protestantismus berufen. 1100 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: ANTIQUARIAT H. EPPLER [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2019-06-24 17:33:57
1554. Franciscus Patricius Senensis (1413-1492) Francesco PATRIZI (humaniste) Francesco Patrizi (ou Patrizzi ), en latin Franciscus Patricius Senensis (Sienne, 1413 - Gaeta, 1492) était un écrivain, un homme politique , un évêque catholique et un humaniste italien . Biographie Appartenant à la famille patricienne siennoise, membres du Monte dei Nove, disciple du Filelfo , Francesco resta impliqué dans le complot de 1456 contre la République de Sienne, le forçant à l'exil . En 1459, il se trouvait à Vérone, où il rencontra des humanistes, dont Antonio Brognanigo . Le pape Pie II, qui était son ami personnel, le nomma évêque de Gaeta le 4 octobre 1463, poste qu'il occupa jusqu'à sa mort. À partir du 21 mai 1461, et pendant une courte période, il fut gouverneur de Foligno , alors dans l'État papal , alors qu'en 1465, il était à Florence pour le compte de Ferdinando Ier de Naples. Durant ces années, il fréquenta les cercles culturels napolitains Parmi ses œuvres majeures se distinguent, écrit en latin, le De regno et regis institutione de 1519 et le De institutione reipublicae de 1520 Ces deux œuvres, largement répandues au XVIe siècle, ont été appréciées et discutées pour leur réalisme social et politique empreint de nouvelles idées humanistes . Dans ses traités de morale et de politique, Patrizi, se détachant du débat dominant axé sur les relations difficiles entre l'Eglise et l'Empire, proposa une société basée sur la conception humaniste de la vie qui mettait l'homme au centre, autonome et libéré des contraintes créées par le pouvoir hiérarchique. - Texte en français Le liv … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-06-23 09:55:29
ARNOLDI FERRONI BVRDIGALE
rome: 1554. VERY LARGE BOOK AND VERY TIGHT BINDING WITH ORIGINAL COVERS. COVERS MAY HAVE BEEN COVERED IN LEATHER AND ARE WORN. PAGES ARE IN VERY GOOD READABLE CONDITION WITH VERY LITTLE FOXING. THE EARLIER PAGES FROM 1554 ARE A BIT MORE STAINED AS THE MAJORITY OF THE PAGES ARE CLEAR. SOME DIRT AND GRIME AS THIS IS AN OLD BOOK! I AM NOT A DEALER OF BOOKS SO PLEASE CONTACT ME IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS. VERY LARGE ANTIQUE BOOK WRITTEN IN LATIN~ DATED 1554 & 1576 FROM ITALY, ROME TITLE: PAVLI AEMYLII VERONENSIS, HISTORICI CLARISS. DE REBVS GESTIS FRANCORVM LIBRI X REGIJ CONFILIARIJ, DEREBUS ITEM GEFTIS GALLORUM LIBRI NOUEM BY; ARNOLDI FERRONI BVRDIGALENSIS~ HE WAS A VERY FAMOUS WRITER OF HIS TIME. TODAY, WEBSITES ARE COPYING THESE TWO VOLUMES AND RELEASING THEM TO THOUSANDS. THEY ARE SELLING LEATHER BOUND COPIES AND ALSO ALLOWING YOU TO BUY THE TEXT AND THEN DOWNLOAD IT. THIS MAKES ME FEEL THIS IS IMPORTANT OR DESIRED MATERIAL. THESE BOOKS ARE ONLY FOUND IN MUSEUMS FROM MY RESEARCHING THEM. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE OF OWNING A PIECE OF HISTORY THAT IS ALMOST 500 YEARS OLD. . FOR MORE DETAIL, PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES ON THIS POST. THE ABOVE INFORMATION IS FOR THE FIRST BOOK BOUND AND IS DATED 1576. THE SECOND BOOK IS SHOWN IN PICTURES AND IS DATED 1554. AGAIN, THESE ARE BOUND TOGETHER, AND I DON'T KNOW WHY, BUT THE BOOK FROM 1576 IS FIRST AND THE 1554 IS IN THE BACK. TWO BOOKS BOUND TOGETHER~ I BELIEVE. I AM NOT A DEALER SO I AM GOING TO DO THE BEST I CAN TO DESCRIBE THIS. PLEASE LOOK AT PICTURES AND ASK QUESTIONS. WITH BOOKS THIS OLD, IT CAN BE A CHALLENGE. ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY ARE I … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: qmch [San Diego, California, US]
2019-06-21 08:45:52
Beschreibung Hier biete ich euch ein antikes Buch,Leder gebunden von 1554.Lateinische Kirchengeschichte.Es ist ein 463 Jahre altes Buch und für diese Jahrhunderte ein sehr gut erhaltenes Sammler Stück,für Kirchen oder Sammler.1982 wurde dieses Buch schon einmal geschätzt.Und hatte zu dieser Zeit einen Wert von 2100 DM. Buch kann gerne besichtigt werden, Bilder sind schön aber bei solch wertvollen stücken sollte man sich schob direkt von überzeugen. Da ich nichts mit dem Buch anfangen kann und möchte dass es in gute Hände kommt, also Jemand der es zu schätzen weiss, möchte ich auf diesem Wege ganz Deutschland damit erreichen um einen Liebhaber oder ein Antik Sammler zu finden.Da die letzte Schätzung 35 Jahre zurück liegt ist der Wert des Buches noch gestiegen,daher auch sehr gut als Wertanlage zu gebrauchen. Maße : H 35,5cm B 25cm T 6cm Gewicht 3,2Kg Johann Froben aus Wikipedia, der freien Enzyklopädie Wechseln zu: Navigation, Suche Kolophon und Titelblatt mit dem Druckerzeichen Frobens Johann Froben (latinisiert: Johannes Frobenius; * um 1460 in Hammelburg, Franken; † 27. Oktober 1527 in Basel) war ein bedeutender Buchdrucker und Verleger in Basel. Inhaltsverzeichnis [Verbergen] 1 Leben und Wirken 2 Sonstiges 3 Literatur 4 Weblinks Leben und Wirken[Bearbeiten | Quelltext bearbeiten] Johann Froben, Kopie eines Porträts von Hans Holbein d. J. von ca. 1520/26. Johann Froben wurde im Jahr 1490 Basler Bürger. 1491 gründete er seine eigene Druckerei und druckte die Biblia integra: summata: distincta: sup[er]eme[n]data vtriusq[ue] testame[n]ti [con]corda[n]tijs illustrata. Es folg … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lavidarostock [Rostock, DE]
2019-06-19 16:45:13
Francesco Patrizi - Patricius Buch Police Human Einband 1554 Humanismus Erasmus Die Beschreibung dieses Artikels erfolgte durch automatische Übersetzung. Bei anstehenden Fragen, wenden Sie sich bitte an uns. Franciscus Patricius Senensis (1413-1492) Francesco PATRIZI (Humanist) Francesco Patrizi (oder Patrizzi), lateinisch Franciscus Patricius Senensis (Siena, 1413 - Gaeta, 1492) war ein Schriftsteller, ein Politiker, ein katholischer Bischof und ein italienischer Humanist. Biografie Mitglieder der sienesischen Patrizierfamilie Monte dei Nove, Schüler von Filelfo, Francesco blieb an der Verschwörung von 1456 gegen die Republik Siena beteiligt und zwang ihn ins Exil. Im Jahr 1459 war er in Verona, wo er Humanisten traf, darunter Antonio Brognanigo. Papst Pius II., Der sein persönlicher Freund war, ernannte ihn am 4. Oktober 1463 zum Bischof von Gaeta, eine Position, die er bis zu seinem Tod innehatte. Ab 21. Mai 1461, und für eine kurze Zeit war er Gouverneur von Foligno, dann im Kirchenstaat, während im Jahr 1465 er in Florenz im Namen von Ferdinand I. von Neapel. In diesen Jahren besuchte er die neapolitanischen Kulturkreise Zu seinen Hauptwerken zählt das lateinisch geschriebene Von regno und regis institutione ab 1519 und das Von Reipublicae Institutione ab 1520 Diese beiden im 16. Jahrhundert weit verbreiteten Werke wurden wegen ihres von neuen humanistischen Ideen durchdrungenen sozialen und politischen Realismus geschätzt und diskutiert. Patrizi hebt sich in seinen Abhandlungen über Moral und Politik von der vorherrschenden Debatte über die schwierigen Beziehungen zwi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-06-19 16:45:13
1554. Condition: Very good. Franciscus Patricius Senensis (1413-1492) Francesco PATRIZI (humanist) Francesco Patrizi (or Patrizzi), in Latin Franciscus Patricius Senensis (Siena, 1413 - Gaeta, 1492) was a writer, a politician, a Catholic bishop and an Italian humanist. BIOGRAPHY Belonging to the Sienese patrician family, members of Monte dei Nove, disciple of Filelfo, Francesco remained involved in the 1456 plot against the Republic of Siena, forcing him into exile. In 1459 he was in Verona, where he met humanists, including Antonio Brognanigo. Pope Pius II, who was his personal friend, appointed him bishop of Gaeta on 4 October 1463, a position he held until his death. From May 21, 1461, and for a short time, he was governor of Foligno, then in the papal state, while in 1465 he was in Florence on behalf of Ferdinando I of Naples. During these years, he frequented the Neapolitan cultural circles Among his major works stand out, written in Latin, the From regno and regis institutione from 1519 and the From reipublicae institutione from 1520 These two works, widely used in the sixteenth century, were appreciated and discussed for their social and political realism imbued with new humanist ideas. In his treatises on morality and politics, Patrizi stands out from the dominant debate focused on the difficult relations between Church and Empire, proposed a society based on the humanistic design of life that put man in the center, autonomous and freed from the constraints created by hierarchical power. - TEXT in french The human police book, containing brieve description of severa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AmidesLivres-Boutique (amideslivres) [Fontenay sous Bois, FR]
2019-06-19 09:22:21
FUMI ,Bartholomeai (Bartolomeo Fumo).-
Iacobum Booyerium,, Lugduni, 1554. 8º. 864pp. Encuadernación original en pergamino, con algunas faltas propias del poaso del tiempo y pequeña falta en margen blanco del índice, con pérdida de apenas una letra. Obra rara. Encuadernación original en pergamino, con algunas faltas propias del poaso del tiempo y pequeña falta en margen blanco del índice, con pérdida de apenas una letra.
Bookseller: Llibreria Antiquària Els Gnoms [Sedó, Spain]
2019-06-13 14:14:23
Castiglioni, Camillo
Mantova, 1554. 22 cm, legatura coeva in cartone alla rustica, titolo manoscritto al dorso, carte in parte non numerate (4) 108. per la data di pubblicazione e l'editore cfr. ICCU. Alcuni errori tipografici, omesse nella numerazione le c. 43-108. Il titolo originale "Manifesti et cartelli passassi." è corretto al frontespizio con "passati", alcune antiche ed ordinate note a margine. Libro pubblicato a seguito della cattura del Conte Castiglioni,nel 1551 mentre combatte i Farnese nella guerra di Parma; fatto prigioniero in uno scontro ha una disputa con Bartolomeo del Monte a Santa Maria, che pretende di averlo catturato al posto di Troiano da Longhena cui egli si era arreso. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI - ILAB) [Bologna, BO, Italy]
2019-06-12 10:08:16
CATULLUS, Caius Valerius
Venice: Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium, 1554. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti. Venetiis, Apud Paulum Manutium Aldi filium MDLIIII. Cum privilegio Pontificis maximi, & Senatus Veneti. Gaius Valerius Catullus (Catullo); Marc-Antoine Muret Opera] Catullus et in eum commentarius M. Antonii Mureti.; Commentary by Marc-Antoine Muret ("Muretus", 1526-1585) CATULLUS, Caius Valerius (circa 84-54 B.C.E) Published by Paulus Manutius Aldus, Venice, 1554 Published by apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium (Paolo Manuzio),, Venezia,, 1554 Woodcut anchor device on title and last leaf (otherwise blank) errata leaf. Sm. 8vo. Half calf. Slightly rubbed, Venice. Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi Filium.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-06-03 20:57:59
(SHAKESPEARE, William.) GIOVANNI FIORENTINO.
Milan [Lucca]: Appresso di Giouann' Antonio de gli Antonij, [but Benedini,], 1554 [1740]. nel quale si contengono cinquanta novelle antiche, belle d'inventione et di stile. Small octavo. Contemporary antique-style blindstamped sheep, gilt gauffered edges. Woodcut printer's device on title and final colophon leaf. Extremities rubbed, some gatherings a little toned, an excellent copy. Scarce counterfeit edition dated 1554 (before the first edition of 1558) but actually printed in Lucca in 1740. This collection of 50 short stories is titled Il Pecorone, Italian for "simpleton". It was written by Ser Giovanni Fiorentino around the end of the 14th century and first printed in 1558. It seems to have served as a key source for The Merry Wives of Windsor and The Merchant of Venice. One tale has many striking details of the "pound of flesh" story: an Italian merchant, a Jewish moneylender and a lady of Belmonte. Shakespeare probably read the tales in Italian, since no English version was printed until 1632.
Bookseller: Peter Harrington [United Kingdom]
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2019-06-01 18:34:46
Cicero
Cicero: Opera - 4 Volumes Published: Paris, Estienne, 1554 - 1555 Size: 37 x 24 cm Condition: please see photos - Vellum binding. Good condition in general. Only slight staining in places. Shipping-costs: see description Payment: Paypal or Banktransfer.
Bookseller: print-forum (odetowhitman*) [Berlin, DE]
2019-05-29 22:55:53
MODIO, Giovanni Battista
Rome: per Valerio e Luigi Dorici fratelli Bressani, 1554. 1554 1ed Il Convito Italian Renaissance Modio Sexuality & Misogyny Gender ROMEA rare, 16th-century book on gender roles, human sexuality, and misogyny. Giovanni Battista Modio was a 16th-century Italian philosopher and author who is best known for his famous book 'Il Convito'. This work of literature is a dialogue set in Rome during the carnival of 1554 which focuses on the roles of husbands and wives, and human sexuality. Modio's most popular work has since been considered a classic in misogynistic literature and describes traditional misogynistic arguments against marriage. (Cox, p.123). Modio makes his arguments based on the traditions of Roman mythology and how the Roman gods acted toward sexuality and relations with women. (Giannetti, p. 121). Item number: #7375 Price: $750MODIO, Giovanni BattistaIl Convito overo, del peso della moglie, dove ragionando si conchiude, che non puo la Donna dishonesta far vergogna a ̀l'HuomoRoma: per Valerio e Luigi Dorici fratelli Bressani, 1554 [Oct 27]. First edition.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso 179, [29]o Signatures: A-N8· References: USTC 842985; Virginia Cox, Women's Writing in Italy; Laura Giannetti, Lelia's Kiss;· Language: Italian· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~5.75in X 4in (14.5cm x 10cm)· Very rare with no other example for sale worldwideOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
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