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2020-08-03 20:56:06
ARGENTERIUS, Ioannes (1513-1572)
Florentiae (Florence), Laurentius Torrentinus, 1556. gr. in-4°, XX + 358 p. + 26 p. (index), titre encadré d'une grande gravure sur bois héraldique, texte orné de nombreuses initiales figuratives et florales, reliure récente en vélin à recouvrement, dans le style de l'époque, tranches brunes, exemplaire frais. Second edition, enlarged by the author, with title in a large heraldic woodcut border, numerous fine initials. Complete copy in a new vellum binding (old style). Fresh copy. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Durling 264; Hirsch I/192; DESM VI/91-92.
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-08-02 08:03:23
1556. Uno dei più bei libri di emblemi di inizio Seicento illustrato con 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegante da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode.Q. VEEN, Otto van (1556 - 1629) Q. HORATI FLACCI E M B L E M A T A. Imaginibus in aes incisis, Notisque illustrata, Studio OTHONIS VAENI Batauolugdunensis. ANVERSA Ex Officina Hieronymi Verdussen. 1607 Un volume in quarto grande (cm. 26 x 19,5) di pagine 213, (3). Al frontespizio ritratto inciso in rame di Orazio, e nel testo 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegnate da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode, e forse dallo stesso Vaenius. BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pelle con il dorso a cinque nervi, e gli scomparti riccamente dorati con fregi angolari, e fioroni centrali; il titolo impresso in oro; labbri dorati; tagli rossi; ampi margini. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE privo di tracce d'uso o difetti. RARA Collazionato completo. Esemplare della prima rara emissione della edizione originale di raro e ricercato libri di emblemi. Con la stesse note tipografiche e data comparve una successiva edizione in cui il testo latino é integrato con versioni in francese e in olandese. Negli anni successivi e per tutto il Seicento uscirono ulteriori edizioni. Otto van Veen (1550 - 1629) pittore manierista, e teorico d'arte fiammingo, fu maestro del celebre Rubens. L'opera si compone di una serie di 103 quadri che illustrano in forma di emblemi motti morali tratti dai poemi di Orazio. A fronte di ciascuna immagine si trova una breve massima latina stampata in maiuscole, seguita da c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-07-29 02:09:37
1556. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Vergerio, Pietro Paolo. Ordo eligendi Pontificis, et ratio. De ordinatione & consecratione eiusdem. De processione ad Ecclesiam Lateranensem. De solenni convivio, quo Cardinales, Episcopos atque alios excipit. Tum de Pallio de corpore beati Petri sumpto, in quo est plenitudo Pontificalis officii. Omnia excerpta verbum verbo ex libro cui titulus. S. Ro.. Tübingen, (Ulrich Morhart d. Ä.), 1556. 4°, circa 20,5 x 14,8 cm. 40 Blatt, das letzte weiss - Widmung (drei Blatt, A2-A4) in Kopie! Neuerer Halblederband. - VD16 V 675; nicht bei Adams; Kuczynski 3660: "Sehr selten". Abhandlung über die Papstwahl und verschiedene Riten, das Pallium u.a., angeblich nach einer in der Vatikanischen Bibliothek geheim gehaltenen Handschrift. Der Autor Vergerio (1498-1565) stammte aus Capodistria (heute Koper in Slowenien), war zunächst römisch-katholischer Priester und sogar Bischof seiner Heimatstadt, trat dann aber zum evangelischen Glauben über und veröffentlichte zahlreiche kritische Schriften gegen die katholische Kirche. - "Vergerio (1497-1564), bishop and dignitary of the Roman Catholic Church, employed by Paul III on many diplomatic embassies where on one occasion he met Luther and Bugenhagen, was one of the dissidents who converted to Protestantism later in life. He spent the later part of his days in Germany, Switzerland, Poland, and other countries. His open break with the Curia came in 1546; since that time, he published numerous polemic writings, criticizing origin and policy of the Papacy, the cult of Saints, etc. This present work, apparently w … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-29 00:30:09
Rodrigues de Castelo Branco, Joao [Amatus Lusitanus]
Basel: Froben, 1556. Amatus Lusitanus [Rodrigues de Castelo Branco, João] (1511-68). Amati Lusitani, medici physici praestantissimi, curationum medicinalium centuriae quatuor . . . Folio. [16], 406, [34] pp. Basel: Froben, 1556. 305 x 203 mm. Limp vellum ca. 1556, remains of leather ties, upper extremity of spine chipped, light wear. Very good copy. Inscriptions in an early hand on the title (crossed out) and leaf a8v (dated 1558) indicating that this copy was once in the library of the monastery at Quintin in Brittany; "Vignanitus pharmacopoeia parisiensis" in a different early hand at the foot of the title. Annotations in several early hands in the text. Amatus Lusitanus (also known as João Rodrigues de Castelo Branco) was probably the most significant Jewish physician of the 16th century, although he remains one of the lesser-known medical authors of that era. A native of Castel Branco in Portugal, he was a descendant of a Jewish family named Chabib (beloved), which translates into Latin as Amatus; the second part of his Latin name, Lusitanus, means "of Portugal." His parents were Marranos-Spanish or Portuguese Jews forced to convert to Christianity-but Amatus was apparently raised in the Jewish faith, which he professed openly in the last years of his life. He practiced medicine in Portugal, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy and Greece, building a reputation as one of the most skilled physicians of his day-a remarkable accomplishment for a Jew in an era marred by anti-Semitism and religious persecution. In 1551 Amatus published the first of his "Centuriae," a collection … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [United States]
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2020-07-28 09:37:47
1556. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Dionysius Periegetes (Alexandrinus). De situ orbis liber, Graece & Latine ad verbum... Una cum Eustathii Thessalonicensis episcopi Commentariis nunc in Latinum conversis per Bernardum Bertrandum. Basel, Oporinus, 1556. Circa 17,3 x 11,5 cm. 291 SS., 14 Bll. Neuer Lederband. - VD 16, D 1983; Schweiger I, 101; Hoffmann I, 591. Griechischer Text der "Periegesis tes oikumenes" mit lateinischer Übersetzung und dem bedeutenden Kommentar des Eustathius von Thessaloniki hier erstmals in lateinischer Fassung. Der griechische Geograph Dionysios von Alexandria lebte mit grosser Wahrscheinlichkeit im 2. Jahrhundert nach Christus. Seine Erdbeschreibung in 1186 Hexametern war im Mittelalter eine vielgelesene und einflussreiche Quelle geographischer Kenntnisse. Der Kommentar stammt von dem byzantinischen Gelehrten Eustathios von Thessalonike, der im zwölften Jahrhundert lebte. Der Herausgeber Bernard Bertrand fügt hier auch eine längere Einführung bei. - Titel mit privatem Sammlerstempel, etwas gebräunt, nur wenig randfleckig, aber meist recht sauber. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-23 09:47:03
MONTEUX (Jérôme de).
99393 MONTEUX (Jérôme de). Opuscula Iuvenilia. 1556 MONTEUX (Jérôme de). Opuscula Iuvenilia. Lugduni, apud Joan. Tornaesium et Guliel. Gazeium, 1556. 5 parties en 1 volume in-12. 7pp. 32pp. + 56pp. + 56pp. + 38pp. 1f. + 122pp. 1f. (2ff.blancs). 8ff. Plein vélin postérieur. Edition Originale du principal ouvrage du médecin lyonnais Jérôme de Monteux (1518-1559), médecin du roi Henri II, qui l'a dédié au Dauphin François, futur François II et éphémère époux de Marie Stuart, reine d'Ecosse.Cet ouvrage, l'un des plus charmants volumes imprimés par Jean de Tournes, contient des sections sur la médecine, la chimie, l'histoire naturelle, la philosophie, etc. On y trouve notamment le célèbre éloge de la médecine par Erasme ('Declamatio in laudem ortis medicinae') ainsi qu'une lettre à Monteux de Jacques Sylvius, le professeur de Servet et de Vésale, dans laquelle il fait notamment l'éloge du savoir de son interlocuteur, pour qui ni Avicenne ni Aristote n'avaient désormais de secrets. Ce livre est par ailleurs le premier dans lequel l'imprimeur employa les fameuses bordures gravées sur bois qu'il employa dans sa 'Métamorphose figurée' d'Ovide parue l'année suivante avec les bois de Bernard Salomon.Quelques rousseurs peu importantes. Très bon exemplaire.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-21 22:43:03
Abraham Ortelius
1556. Based on material collected by the Dutch Astronomer Peter Laicksteen, who travelled to the Holy Land in 1556. Christian Sgrooten (here written "Schrot"), royal geographer to King Phillip II of Spain produced a nine-sheet map of Palestine in 1570 from Laikstain's information. This map was condensed into the present form by Abraham Ortelius. Ortelius, the creator of the first modern atlas, collected and edited maps from all over Europe for his book. Many of the original mapmakers rose to fame solely through Ortelius's decision to include their maps in his atlas. Laicksteen took thorough and accurate notes, and the original Laicksteen and Sgrooten map contained improvements over earlier maps. For instance, the River Kishon is here shown as flowing from the mountains near the Sea of Galilee, not, as was previously thought, from the Sea of Galilee itself. However, the Levantine coastline Sgrooten (and Ortelius) depicted is hardly recognizable to modern eyes. The map is replete with fanciful bays and peninsulas, though some of the most recognizable features of the coastline, such as the outcrops of land at Haifa and Beirut are absent. Ortelius had originally used another map of the Holy Land (by cartographer Tilleman Stella) in the early editions of the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. It covered a far more extensive territory, including part of Egypt and Syria. Oddly, the coastline in this first map was much more accurate than in the Sgrooten map. Laicksteen and Sgrooten's original map included a small inset with an extended geography. However, their mapping of the Dead Sea and su … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-07-20 11:29:07
1556. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Rarissimo. CORIOLANO MARTIRANO COSENTINI EPISCOPI SANCTI MARCI. TRAGOEDIAE. VIII. MEDEA PHOENISSAE ELECTRA CYCLOPS HIPPOLYTUS PROMETHEUS BACCHAE CHRISTUS COMOEDIAE. II. PLUTUS NUBES ODISSEAE LIB. XII. BATRACHOMYOMACHIA. ARGONAUTICA. NEAPOLI, Ianus Marius Simonetta Cremonensis excudebat, mense Maio, MDLVI. ******** In 8° (cm 15 x 10,5) Pp. [4] + 370 + [1] Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida a tre nervi; titoli calligrafici al dorso; tagli a spruzzo; capolettera incisi e figurati; frontespizio rifilato e con minima mancanza; assenza della prima sguardia e della carta finale; gore e ultime due carte con restauri agli angoli. (v. foto) ******** *** Tal ne è l'eleganza, e la proprietà dello stile, che poche altre Poesie si posson con questa paragonare. *** ( Giudizio del TIRABOSCHI sull' opera. ) ******** OPERA RARISSIMA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ******** Le foto sono parte integrante della descrizione.
Bookseller: epizefiri2 [Italia, Italy]
2020-07-13 19:37:05
RAMUSIO, Giovanni Battista and Giacomo GASTALDI
[Venice,: stamperia dei Giunta,, 1556. 1565]. Double-page woodcut map. Second state of Gastaldi’s map of the Western Hemisphere, originally published in the third volume of Ramusio’s compendium of voyages, ‘Delle Navigationi et Viaggi’, 1556. With the page numbers ‘455’ and ‘456’ appearing in the top left and top right of the map, respectively. Printed from the second of three woodblocks, the first was destroyed in a fire at the Giunta premises in November of 1557. This hemispherical map depicts both American continents, extends to show the Molucca islands in the west, and Africa, Spain, and Ireland in the east, large and incomplete landmasses in the north and south, extending beyong the ‘Circolo Artico’ and ‘Circolo Antartico’. The northernmost reaches of North America are left blank, thereby avoiding making a statement about contemporary speculation of a land bridge to Asia and depicts Japan with two islands. Notably, this is the first printed map bearing place names from the travels of Francisco Vásquez de Coronado, who in 1540-42 travelled from Mexico to Kansas in search of the mythical cities of gold, Quivara and Cibolla. Both cities appear on this map, though Gastaldi places them in present day California rather than, as was popularly believed, to the east in Kansas. This is the first appearance of Quivara on a printed map, as well as of the Sierra Nevadas (following Juan Rodriguez Cabrillo’s 1542 voyage up the California coast). Ramusio’s ‘Delle Navigationi et Viaggi’ was first published in three volumes between 1550 and 1559, and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books [United Kingdom]
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2020-07-11 18:47:01
Abraham Ortelius
Based on material collected by the Dutch Astronomer Peter Laicksteen, who travelled to the Holy Land in 1556. Christian Sgrooten (here written "Schrot"), royal geographer to King Phillip II of Spain produced a nine-sheet map of Palestine in 1570 from Laikstain's information. This map was condensed into the present form by Abraham Ortelius. Ortelius, the creator of the first modern atlas, collected and edited maps from all over Europe for his book. Many of the original mapmakers rose to fame solely through Ortelius's decision to include their maps in his atlas. Laicksteen took thorough and accurate notes, and the original Laicksteen and Sgrooten map contained improvements over earlier maps. For instance, the River Kishon is here shown as flowing from the mountains near the Sea of Galilee, not, as was previously thought, from the Sea of Galilee itself. However, the Levantine coastline Sgrooten (and Ortelius) depicted is hardly recognizable to modern eyes. The map is replete with fanciful bays and peninsulas, though some of the most recognizable features of the coastline, such as the outcrops of land at Haifa and Beirut are absent. Ortelius had originally used another map of the Holy Land (by cartographer Tilleman Stella) in the early editions of the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. It covered a far more extensive territory, including part of Egypt and Syria. Oddly, the coastline in this first map was much more accurate than in the Sgrooten map. Laicksteen and Sgrooten's original map included a small inset with an extended geography. However, their mapping of the Dead Sea and surround … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-07-09 20:08:09
CARTARI, Vincenzo
Francesco Marcolini. 1556 1ed Images of the gods Vincenzo Cartari Italian Art Greco-Roman Mythology Vincenzo Cartari was a 16th-century mythology scholar most known for his work ‘Images of the gods’. This fascinating book was an impressive collection of descriptions of mythological gods. Cartari explains their forms and appearance as well as several of their important attributes. He wrote this book with the sole purpose of aiding sculptors and painters who were seeking guidelines of the physical appearances of the gods. He focused on their clothing, expressions, and poses in which they were most often presented. Item number: #11875 Price: $950 CARTARI, Vincenzo Le Imagini, con la spositione de i dei de gli antichi. Venetia : Francesco Marcolini, 1556. Details: Collation: Complete with all pages [8], 5-12, XIII-CCII, [1] CXXII total leaves References: Cicognara 4684 Language: Italian Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size: ~8in X 6in (20cm x 15cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 11875 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-07-09 16:35:06
1556. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Basilius Magnus. Ethikoi logoi... (graece). Orationes de moribus XXIIII. Simone magistro ac logotheta auctore. Paris, Guillaume Morel, 1556. 8°, circa 16,6 x 11,7 cm. 2 Bll., 417 SS., 1 Bl., mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel Leder d. Zt. mit Rücken- und Deckelvergoldung, Deckel mittig mit kleinem zweiköpfigem Adler (Rücken im Stil erneuert). - IA 114.523; Hoffmann I, 437. Eleganter ausschliesslich griechischer Druck der angeblichen Reden des Basilius von Caesarea (um 330-379), der neben Gregor von Nyssa und Gregor von Nazianz einer der drei grossen kappadokischen Kirchenväter ist. Die Reden stammen tatsächlich in dieser Form jedoch nicht von Basilius, sondern wurden im 10. Jahrhundert von Simeon Metaphrastes aus echten sowie untergeschobenen Werken zusammengestellt. - ANGEBUNDEN: Basilius. Conciones de vita & moribus XXIIII. Simeonis magistri ac logothetae industria selectae. Latinae factae Simone a Maillé... Paris, Morel, 1558. 4 Bll., 264 SS., 2 (1 w.) Bll. IA 114.524; Adams B 353; Hoffmann I, 447. Lateinische Übersetzung der 24 dem Basilius zugeschriebenen theologischen Reden bzw. Abhandlungen. - Nur die weissen Vorsätze etwas fleckig, innen nur vereinzelt kleine schwache Feuchtränder, meist jedoch sauber und schön. Einband berieben und sehr sorgfältig und geschmackvoll restauriert, Rücken und teils Kanten passend erneuert. Hübscher Band. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-09 11:56:02
1556. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Rarissimo. CORIOLANO MARTIRANO COSENTINI EPISCOPI SANCTI MARCI. TRAGOEDIAE. VIII. MEDEA PHOENISSAE ELECTRA CYCLOPS HIPPOLYTUS PROMETHEUS BACCHAE CHRISTUS COMOEDIAE. II. PLUTUS NUBES ODISSEAE LIB. XII. BATRACHOMYOMACHIA. ARGONAUTICA. NEAPOLI, Ianus Marius Simonetta Cremonensis excudebat, mense Maio, MDLVI. ******** In 8° (cm 15 x 10,5) Pp. [4] + 370 + [1] Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida a tre nervi; titoli calligrafici al dorso; tagli a spruzzo; capolettera incisi e figurati; frontespizio rifilato e con minima mancanza; assenza della prima sguardia e della carta finale; gore e ultime due carte con restauri agli angoli. (v. foto) ******** *** Tal ne è l'eleganza, e la proprietà dello stile, che poche altre Poesie si posson con questa paragonare. *** ( Giudizio del TIRABOSCHI sull' opera. ) ******** OPERA RARISSIMA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ******** Le foto sono parte integrante della descrizione.
Bookseller: epizefiri2 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-20 09:08:02
1556. Condition: Buone condizioni. HORAE B.M.V, Horae in laudem beatissimae virginis Mariae ad Usum Romanum Paris Thielman Kerver 1556 12mo (158x92 mm). [180] leaves. Collation: A-M12 A-C12. Title page printed in red and black within a woodcut border composed of a headpiece, side-strips of flowers, birds and other animals, and a foodpiece with the French royal coat-of-arms. Kerver's unicorn device on title page. Almanac for the years 1556-1563 on title-page verso. Text in Roman letter printed in black with paragraph titles and small initials printed in red. With a few emblematic and historiated initials and 18 small woodcuts in the text with different subject such as the Annunciation, the Visitation, the Nativity, the Magi, the Massacre of the Innocents, the Coronation of the Virgin, David and Bathsheba, the Triumph of Death, etc. This set of blocks was designed and first used by Geoffroy Tory in his 16mo edition of 1529. They then passed to O. Mallard, who used them in 1541, and to Th. Kerver, who used the set also earlier in 1550 and 1552. All the pages are framed with borders, which are reduced free copies of Tory's design "à la modern", first used in his 4to edition of 1527. The borders, whose blocks come from Mallard's stock, are composed of headpieces and side-strips with birds, animals, insects and flowers, and of armorial and emblematic footpieces. Nicely bound by Lortic in a richly gilt-tooled brown morocco binding in Renaissance style. From the library of Robert Hoe, with his bookplate on the front pastedown (see Hoe sale catalogue, January 1912, no. 1694). A FINE … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: libreriagovi [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-18 16:22:15
1556. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Rarissimo. CORIOLANO MARTIRANO COSENTINI EPISCOPI SANCTI MARCI. TRAGOEDIAE. VIII. MEDEA PHOENISSAE ELECTRA CYCLOPS HIPPOLYTUS PROMETHEUS BACCHAE CHRISTUS COMOEDIAE. II. PLUTUS NUBES ODISSEAE LIB. XII. BATRACHOMYOMACHIA. ARGONAUTICA. NEAPOLI, Ianus Marius Simonetta Cremonensis excudebat, mense Maio, MDLVI. ******** In 8° (cm 15 x 10,5) Pp. [4] + 370 + [1] Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida a tre nervi; titoli calligrafici al dorso; tagli a spruzzo; capolettera incisi e figurati; frontespizio rifilato e con minima mancanza; assenza della prima sguardia e della carta finale; gore e ultime due carte con restauri agli angoli. (v. foto) ******** *** Tal ne è l'eleganza, e la proprietà dello stile, che poche altre Poesie si posson con questa paragonare. *** ( Giudizio del TIRABOSCHI sull' opera. ) ******** OPERA RARISSIMA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ******** Le foto sono parte integrante della descrizione.
Bookseller: epizefiri2 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-15 11:51:43
LEO AFRICANUS, Johannes.
De totius Africae descriptione, libri IX.Antwerp, Johannes Laet, 1556. 8vo. With printer's device on title-page. Later sheepskin, gold-tooled flat spine, each side with blind-tooled coat of arms. [16], 302, [2 blank] ll. First Latin edition of a justly celebrated work on African geography by the Islamic scholar Hasan ben Muhamed el-Wazzan-ez-Zayyati (1485-1552), better known under his Latin name Johannes Leo Africanus. His work long remained the principal source of information on the geography of Africa in general and the Sudan in particular. He is thought to have written his description of Africa directly in Italian, although he certainly relied also on Arabic notes, some of which he might have composed while travelling in Northern Africa.With owners' inscriptions and library stamps. Title-page slightly dirty and the prilims and last leaves with a faint waterstain. Spine slightly damaged and most of the tooling gone, front hinge reinforced, but otherwise in good condition. Adams L-480; Belg. Typ. 1874; Gay 258; South African Bibliography III, p. 86.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:48:03
[BECH, Philipp, ed.].
De disciplina puerorum, recteque formandis eorum & studiis & moribus, ...Basel, Joannes Oporinus (colophon: Bern, Samuel Apiarius, March 1556).With: (2) [MOREL, Guillaume, ed.]. Graecorum veterum selectae brevesque epistolae.Paris, Guillaume Morel, King's printer for Greek, 1562. With a remarkable woodcut device on the title-page. With the Greek text set in Claude Garamont's famous Grec du Roi and the Latin translation set in his Aldine-style italic. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo (15 x 10 x 4.5 cm). Richly gold-tooled tanned sheepskin (ca. 1700), gilt edges. 31, [21]; [16], "840" [= 804] pp. Two rare works, both the first editions of these collections, in an elegant French binding from ca. 1700.Ad 1: Rare first and only collective edition of 27 Latin pedagogical works originally published separately in the first half of the 16th century. It includes texts by Louis Vives, Erasmus, Rudolph Agricola, Melanchthon, Christophe Hegendorf, Otho Brundels, Sebald Heyden and others. Even the separately published works are very rare and hard to bring together. This collection presents the essential pedagogical concepts and opinions of the Renaissance. Ad 2: Rare first edition of a selection of excerpts from Greek epistles by more than a dozen classical authors, printed by Guillaume Morel. The authors include Diogenes of Sinope, Apollonius of Tyana, Philostratus, Theophilact and many more. It is followed by a Latin translation. With extensive contemporary annotations in the Greek text of the Epistolae, owner's inscription and bookplate. With some running heads and page numbers in the Epistol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-13 15:52:04
Georgius, Agricola
1556. Leather. Very Good. Third Latin edition. Folio. [330 x 200 mm], bound in 6's, pp. [x], 538, [56]. Contains approximately 300 woodcuts (2 are folding), along with some head and tail pieces, and illuminated initials. Contemporary full calf, 6 raised bands, gilt-stamped leather spine label. Early sympathetic rebacking, covers worn, leather to upper cover crackled, some abrasions to lower cover, one tiny wormhole at extreme whitespace margin of fore-edge affecting about 15 leaves only, offsetting to the text, 2 leaves with one vertical closed tear in the fore-edge margin, signature of previous owner, M.O. Farrar, with circular ink stamp: Metallurgy, Mining, Chemistry, M.O. Farrar on the front free endpaper and twice on the title-page. Overall, a very good copy of a book that is one of the most highly respected scientific classics of all time. Originally published in 1556, it was the first book on mining written using a "scientific approach" and the first to offer detailed technical drawings. It wasn't until 1912 that the book was translated from the Latin to English by the mining engineer and soon to be President of the United States, Herbert Hoover.
Bookseller: Karol Krysik Books, ABAC/ILAB, IOBA, PBFA [Canada]
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2020-06-13 10:18:02
HORAE B.M.V
Paris, Thielman Kerver, 1556. 12mo (158x92 mm). [180] leaves. Collation: A-M12 A-C12. Title page printed in red and black within a woodcut border composed of a headpiece, side-strips of flowers, birds and other animals, and a foodpiece with the French royal coat-of-arms. Kerver's unicorn device on title page. Almanac for the years 1556-1563 on title-page verso. Text in Roman letter printed in black with paragraph titles and small initials printed in red. With a few emblematic and historiated initials and 18 small woodcuts in the text with different subject such as the Annunciation, the Visitation, the Nativity, the Magi, the Massacre of the Innocents, the Coronation of the Virgin, David and Bathsheba, the Triumph of Death, etc. This set of blocks was designed and first used by Geoffroy Tory in his 16mo edition of 1529. They then passed to O. Mallard, who used them in 1541, and to Th. Kerver, who used the set also earlier in 1550 and 1552. All the pages are framed with borders, which are reduced free copies of Tory's design "à la modern", first used in his 4to edition of 1527. The borders, whose blocks come from Mallard's stock, are composed of headpieces and side-strips with birds, animals, insects and flowers, and of armorial and emblematic footpieces. Nicely bound by Lortic in a richly gilt-tooled brown morocco binding in Renaissance style. From the library of Robert Hoe, with his bookplate on the front pastedown (see Hoe sale catalogue, January 1912, no. 1694). A FINE COPY IN AN ELEGANT RENAISSANCE-STYLE BINDING BY LORTIC of this delicious French book of hours profusely … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2020-06-10 16:39:01
1556. (ULTERIORI IMMAGINI SONO DISPONIBILI NELLA DESCRIZIONE DELL'OGGETTO. GRAZIE). Bibbia Cinquecentesca figurata, marca e cornice tipografica sul frontespizio. Testo in latino su due colonne con numerose scene bibliche incise. Esemplare scompleto, mancano le 2 cc a1 e a2 (pag. 1-5 della Genesi). Testatine e capilettera fregiati nel testo. Contiene l'Antico e il Nuovo Testamento. 1 vol. In-8° mm. 195x125, pp. (16), 1056, (8). Rilegatura post. in mezza pergamena e carta marmorizzata, titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione con lievi fioriture e bruniture. Leggere gore e lavori di tarlo ai margini di alcune cc. Antiche note manoscritte e rare macchie d'inchiostro nel testo. BIBLIA SACRA, Ex postremis Doctorum omnium vigilijs, ad Hebraicam veritam, & probatissimorù exemplariù fidem. Cum Hebraicorum nominum interpretatione. LUGDUNI, 1556 APUD IACOBUM DE MILLIS Esemplare scompleto, mancano le 2 cc a1 e a2 (pag. 1-5 della Genesi). Bibbia Cinquecentesca figurata, marca e cornice tipografica al frontespizio. Testo in latino su due colonne con numerose scene bibliche incise. Testatine e capilettera fregiati nel testo. Contiene l'Antico e il Nuovo Testamento. Rilegatura post. in mezza pergamena e carta marmorizzata, titoli e fregi impressi in oro al dorso. 1 vol. In-8° mm. 195x125, pp. (16), 1056, (8). Esemplare in buono stato di conservazione con lievi fioriture e bruniture. Leggere gore e lavori di tarlo ai margini di alcune cc. Antiche note manoscritte e rare macchie d'inchiostro nel testo. ( le fotografie sono parte integrante della de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Calligrammes (it.calligrammes) [Roma, Italy]
2020-06-10 14:43:36
LEO AFRICANUS, Johannes.
De totius Africae descriptione, libri IX.Antwerp, Johannes Laet, 1556. 8vo. With printer's device on title-page. Later sheepskin, gold-tooled flat spine, each side with blind-tooled coat of arms. [16], 302, [2 blank] ll. First Latin edition of a justly celebrated work on African geography by the Islamic scholar Hasan ben Muhamed el-Wazzan-ez-Zayyati (1485-1552), better known under his Latin name Johannes Leo Africanus. His work long remained the principal source of information on the geography of Africa in general and the Sudan in particular. He is thought to have written his description of Africa directly in Italian, although he certainly relied also on Arabic notes, some of which he might have composed while travelling in Northern Africa.With owners' inscriptions and library stamps. Title-page slightly dirty and the prilims and last leaves with a faint waterstain. Spine slightly damaged and most of the tooling gone, front hinge reinforced, but otherwise in good condition. Adams L-480; Belg. Typ. 1874; Gay 258; South African Bibliography III, p. 86.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:01
[BECH, Philipp, ed.].
De disciplina puerorum, recteque formandis eorum & studiis & moribus, ...Basel, Joannes Oporinus (colophon: Bern, Samuel Apiarius, March 1556).With: (2) [MOREL, Guillaume, ed.]. Graecorum veterum selectae brevesque epistolae.Paris, Guillaume Morel, King's printer for Greek, 1562. With a remarkable woodcut device on the title-page. With the Greek text set in Claude Garamont's famous Grec du Roi and the Latin translation set in his Aldine-style italic. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo (15 x 10 x 4.5 cm). Richly gold-tooled tanned sheepskin (ca. 1700), gilt edges. 31, [21]; [16], "840" [= 804] pp. Two rare works, both the first editions of these collections, in an elegant French binding from ca. 1700.Ad 1: Rare first and only collective edition of 27 Latin pedagogical works originally published separately in the first half of the 16th century. It includes texts by Louis Vives, Erasmus, Rudolph Agricola, Melanchthon, Christophe Hegendorf, Otho Brundels, Sebald Heyden and others. Even the separately published works are very rare and hard to bring together. This collection presents the essential pedagogical concepts and opinions of the Renaissance. Ad 2: Rare first edition of a selection of excerpts from Greek epistles by more than a dozen classical authors, printed by Guillaume Morel. The authors include Diogenes of Sinope, Apollonius of Tyana, Philostratus, Theophilact and many more. It is followed by a Latin translation. With extensive contemporary annotations in the Greek text of the Epistolae, owner's inscription and bookplate. With some running heads and page numbers in the Epistol … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-08 08:43:07
1556. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Brunschwig, Hieronymus. Haußapoteck, zu yeden leibs gebresten, für den gemainen mann unnd das arm Landtvolck. Augsburg, Hanns Gegler, (um 1556). 4°, circa 19,3 x 14,5 cm. 4 Bll., 151 SS., mit grossem, figürlichem Titelholzschnitt Spätere Broschur. - VD 16 B 8739; Schelenz 408. Seltene, deutschsprachige Ausgabe der berühmten „Hausapotheke", die zunächst unter dem Titel „Thesaurus pauperum" als Teil des „Großen Destillierbuches" erschienen war. Beschrieben werden in 45 Kapiteln günstig beschaffbare oder selbst herstellbare Arzneien für die Armen. Ab 1539 wurde das Büchlein dann in zahlreichen Einzeldrucken vertrieben oder zusammen mit dem Michael Puff zugeschriebenen „Büchlein von den ausgebrannten Wässern" unter dem Titel „Apotheke für den gemeinen Mann" verlegt. Behandelt werden Zahnschmerzen, Fieber, Mundgeruch, Nasenbluten, Pestilenz etc. Der Autor Hieronymus Brunschwig (circa 1450-1512) stammte aus Strassburg und wirkte in Süddeutschland sowie seiner Elsässischen Heimat als Wundarzt. - Die vorliegende Ausgabe mit einem hübschen grossen Holzschnitt, der einen Bauern bei der Arbeit zeigt, neben dem eine Frau Kräuter sammelt. - Etwas gebräunt, wenig fleckig, Titel unten mit kleinem, hinterlegtem Eckabschnitt (ohne Textberührung). Umschlag berieben und etwas angeschmutzt. XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen bei www.trixum.de Diese Auktion wurde mit TRIXUM.DE erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-06-07 09:09:35
1556. Uno dei più bei libri di emblemi di inizio Seicento illustrato con 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegante da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode.Q. VEEN, Otto van (1556 - 1629) Q. HORATI FLACCI E M B L E M A T A. Imaginibus in aes incisis, Notisque illustrata, Studio OTHONIS VAENI Batauolugdunensis. ANVERSA Ex Officina Hieronymi Verdussen. 1607 Un volume in quarto grande (cm. 26 x 19,5) di pagine 213, (3). Al frontespizio ritratto inciso in rame di Orazio, e nel testo 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegnate da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode, e forse dallo stesso Vaenius. BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pelle con il dorso a cinque nervi, e gli scomparti riccamente dorati con fregi angolari, e fioroni centrali; il titolo impresso in oro; labbri dorati; tagli rossi; ampi margini. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE privo di tracce d'uso o difetti. RARA Collazionato completo. Esemplare della prima rara emissione della edizione originale di raro e ricercato libri di emblemi. Con la stesse note tipografiche e data comparve una successiva edizione in cui il testo latino é integrato con versioni in francese e in olandese. Negli anni successivi e per tutto il Seicento uscirono ulteriori edizioni. Otto van Veen (1550 - 1629) pittore manierista, e teorico d'arte fiammingo, fu maestro del celebre Rubens. L'opera si compone di una serie di 103 quadri che illustrano in forma di emblemi motti morali tratti dai poemi di Orazio. A fronte di ciascuna immagine si trova una breve massima latina stampata in maiuscole, seguita da c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-05-31 23:10:19
VITRUVIUS POLLIO [VITRUVIO].
(In fine: In Venetia, per Francesco Marcolini, 1556), in-folio, cartonatura della fine del Settecento decorata xilograficamente con motivo floreale policromo, tagli spruzzati, pp. 274, [18]. Con magnifiche illustrazioni xilografiche. Alle carte C6r, E7r, E8r, F3v, F7r, aggiunte di disegni xilografici ritagliati e incollati; alla carta V2v, un particolare della figura è mobile (ma non completo). Esemplare largamente scompleto; mancante della carte: A1 (frontespizio inciso), A3, A4, A5, A8, B1, B2, B5, [chi]1, D6, G3, I5, I6, M2, O1, P5, R3, R4, S3. Inoltre potrebbero mancare altre parti mobili ad alcune figure e sono presenti gore e mancanze marginali a diverse carte. Qualche galleria di tarlo, perlopiù marginale. Prima edizione della traduzione di Vitruvio del Barbaro. Sebbene si tratti d'un esemplre modesto va rilevato che alcune xilografie sono veramente magnifiche: fra le più belle di architettura del Cinquecento, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Oreste Gozzini snc [Firenze, FI, Italy]
2020-05-31 23:07:03
VITRUVIUS POLLIO [VITRUVIO].
(In fine: In Venetia, per Francesco Marcolini, 1556), in-folio, cartonatura della fine del Settecento decorata xilograficamente con motivo floreale policromo, tagli spruzzati, pp. 274, [18]. Con magnifiche illustrazioni xilografiche. Alle carte C6r, E7r, E8r, F3v, F7r, aggiunte di disegni xilografici ritagliati e incollati; alla carta V2v, un particolare della figura è mobile (ma non completo). Esemplare largamente scompleto; mancante della carte: A1 (frontespizio inciso), A3, A4, A5, A8, B1, B2, B5, [chi]1, D6, G3, I5, I6, M2, O1, P5, R3, R4, S3. Inoltre potrebbero mancare altre parti mobili ad alcune figure e sono presenti gore e mancanze marginali a diverse carte. Qualche galleria di tarlo, perlopiù marginale. Prima edizione della traduzione di Vitruvio del Barbaro. Sebbene si tratti d'un esemplre modesto va rilevato che alcune xilografie sono veramente magnifiche: fra le più belle di architettura del Cinquecento
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Gozzini [Italy]
2020-05-30 17:48:06
1556. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Rarissimo. CORIOLANO MARTIRANO COSENTINI EPISCOPI SANCTI MARCI. TRAGOEDIAE. VIII. MEDEA PHOENISSAE ELECTRA CYCLOPS HIPPOLYTUS PROMETHEUS BACCHAE CHRISTUS COMOEDIAE. II. PLUTUS NUBES ODISSEAE LIB. XII. BATRACHOMYOMACHIA. ARGONAUTICA. NEAPOLI, Ianus Marius Simonetta Cremonensis excudebat, mense Maio, MDLVI. ******** In 8° (cm 15 x 10,5) Pp. [4] + 370 + [1] Legatura seicentesca in piena pergamena rigida a tre nervi; titoli calligrafici al dorso; tagli a spruzzo; capolettera incisi e figurati; frontespizio rifilato e con minima mancanza; assenza della prima sguardia e della carta finale; gore e ultime due carte con restauri agli angoli. (v. foto) ******** *** Tal ne è l'eleganza, e la proprietà dello stile, che poche altre Poesie si posson con questa paragonare. *** ( Giudizio del TIRABOSCHI sull' opera. ) ******** OPERA RARISSIMA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE ******** Le foto sono parte integrante della descrizione.
Bookseller: epizefiri2 [Italia, Italy]
2020-05-26 03:18:08
1556. Unterer Blattrand besonders in der rechten Ecke durchgehend mit Papierschäden (ohne Textverlust), Titelbl. etwas angestaubt und gering braunfleckig, das letzte Bl. des Katechismus fehlt, insgesamt noch gut erhalten. (Osiander, Andreas). Catechismus, oder Kinder predig. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Nürnberg, Gabriel Heyn (auch Hein) o. J. (1556). Kl.-Folio (27 x 20 cm.). [79 statt 80] Bl.; LVII num. Bl., 1 w. Bl. mit 4 S. Quadrat-Noten auf Bl. XLIX u. L. Ohne Einband (ausgebunden) in mod. Leinenkassette. VD16 O 1058 (ohne den Anhang). Vgl. Adams L 1308. IA 123.480. HKJL I, Sp. 234. Rammensee 679. Schottenloher 38819. Seebaß, Osiander 21.1. 2. (Alle frühere Ausgaben). - Sehr seltene Folio-Ausgabe; hier mit dem oft nicht beigebundenen Anhang „Von der Lere", „Vom Alten und Newen Testament", „Von der Puß", „Die Form aber wie man Tauffen soll, ist dise" etc. - Der Kinder-Katechismus erschien seit 1533 bei verschiedenen Nürnberger Verlegern, meist zusammengebunden mit der Brandenburgisch-nürnbergischen Kirchen-Ordnung von Johannes Brenz. - Mit sehr schönem kalligraphischem Titel in Holzschnitt und stellenweise in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. - 1528 wurde vom Rat der Stadt Nürnberg und dem Fürstentum Brandenburg-Ansbach eine Kirchenvisitation beschlossen. Daraus entwickelte sich dann die Kirchenordnung von 1533, die von den Reformatoren A. Osiander und J. Brenz erarbeitet wurde. - „Die Predigten bringen die fünf Hauptstücke mit Luthers Erklärungen als Schlußsätze der einzelnen Predigten. Für die Katechismustexte war eine von 1531 datierte Nürnberger Ausgabe offenbar die Vorlage" (HKJL). - … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe und Lutz (x-library) [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-05-23 05:54:28
Bartolus de Saxoferrato; Bartolo da Sassoferrato; Petrus Paulus Parisius
Venice: [Eredi di Luca Antonio Giunta il vecchio, Gabriele Giolito De Ferraris, Ottaviano Scoto il giovane e Federico Torresano] (1556-1. Venice: [Eredi di Luca Antonio Giunta il vecchio, Gabriele Giolito De Ferraris, Ottaviano Scoto il giovane e Federico Torresano] (1556-1557), 1556. Hardcover. Good. [Bartolo's Foundational Work in Civil Law: 16th Century Italian Printing] 9 volume set. Folios, 43.5 x 29 cm. Bound in early 20th century 1/2 leather over cloth boards. Gilt spine lettering. A few minor scrapes, scuffs to spine leather. Bindings sound. Four of the volumes have engraved title pages. Historiated letters. Margins are very wide. Internally, the pages are generally clean, with occasional marginal dampstaining (mostly to v.9). Collation: 242; 176; 214; 210; 194; 284; 213; 216 + [18]; 162 leaves. Contents: [v. 1]: In primam Digesti vet. partem commentaria iurisconsul; 242 leaves; [v. 2]: In secundam Digesti veteris partem commentaria iurisconsul, 176 leaves; [v. 3]: In primam Inforiati partem commentaria; 214 leaves; [v. 4:] In secundam Infor. partem commentaria; 210 leaves; [v. 5]: In primam Digesti novi partem commentaria iuriscons; 194 leaves; [v. 6]: In secundam Digesti novi partem commentaria iuriscons; 284 leaves; [v. 7]: In primam Codicis partem commentaria, 213 leaves; [v. 8]: Consilia quaestiones, et tractatus. Cum additionibus Bernardini Landriani; 216 + [18] leaves; [v. 9]: Reperto. in lecturas Bartoli. Index, seu Repertorium singulare in lecturas; 162 leaves. <br><br> Bartolus de Saxoferrato (1313-1357) was a highly influential Italian jurist … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-05-21 10:38:28
Biblia Sacra
Lugduni: Ioannem Frellonium, 1556. 1556 RARE Biblia Sacra Vulgate BIBLE Lyon Frellon Jerome Latin Robert EstienneAn exceedingly rare mid-16th-century Vulgate Bible. This Bible was published by Jean Frellon. In 1555, Frellon first published his version of Jerome's translation in Lyon - the first time the Latin Bible had the text divided into numbered verses (D&M 6136). It follows the text and marginal note variants of Robert Estienne's 1540 Paris edition, but the marginal summaries are excluded. Item number: #11257Price: $1500Biblia SacraBiblia sacrosancta veteris, et novi testamenti, iuxta vulgatam editionem.Lugduni: Apud Ioannem Frellonium, 1556.Details: · Collation: Complete o [3 blank], [8], 477, [26], [3 blank]o Signatures: *8 a-z8 A-Z8 Aa-Rr8· References: Pettegree, French Books,57390; USTC 151956; edition not in Darlow & Moule; Baudrier V 236· Provenance: Handwritten - Stephani Molles, 1694· Language: Latin· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~7.25in X 5in (18cm x 13cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!11257Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-05-20 14:47:06
Osiander, Andreas).
Nürnberg, Gabriel Heyn (auch Hein) o. J. (1556). 2 Teile in 1 Band. Kl.-Folio (27 x 20 cm.). [79 statt 80] Bl.; LVII num. Bl., 1 w. Bl. mit 4 S. Quadrat-Noten auf Bl. XLIX u. L. Ohne Einband (ausgebunden) in mod. Leinenkassette. VD16 O 1058 (ohne den Anhang). Vgl. Adams L 1308. IA 123.480. HKJL I, Sp. 234. Rammensee 679. Schottenloher 38819. Seebaß, Osiander 21.1. 2. (Alle frühere Ausgaben). - Sehr seltene Folio-Ausgabe; hier mit dem oft nicht beigebundenen Anhang "Von der Lere", "Vom Alten und Newen Testament", "Von der Puß", "Die Form aber wie man Tauffen soll, ist dise" etc. - Der Kinder-Katechismus erschien seit 1533 bei verschiedenen Nürnberger Verlegern, meist zusammengebunden mit der Brandenburgisch-nürnbergischen Kirchen-Ordnung von Johannes Brenz. - Mit sehr schönem kalligraphischem Titel in Holzschnitt und stellenweise in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. - 1528 wurde vom Rat der Stadt Nürnberg und dem Fürstentum Brandenburg-Ansbach eine Kirchenvisitation beschlossen. Daraus entwickelte sich dann die Kirchenordnung von 1533, die von den Reformatoren A. Osiander und J. Brenz erarbeitet wurde. - "Die Predigten bringen die fünf Hauptstücke mit Luthers Erklärungen als Schlußsätze der einzelnen Predigten. Für die Katechismustexte war eine von 1531 datierte Nürnberger Ausgabe offenbar die Vorlage" (HKJL). - "Osianders Catechismuspredigten auf der Basis von Luthers "Kleinem Katechismus", aber mit der eigenen Predigt: "Vom ampt der Schlüssel". Durch den Schlüsselamts-Abschnitt in den höchst einflußreichen Nürnberger Kinderpredigten wurde das Lehrstück teils allein, teils in Verbi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Haufe & Lutz [Karlsruhe, Germany]
2020-05-19 17:29:02
BONET (Philibert).
1556. 66748 BONET (Philibert). Explicatio eius quod Interest vera et legitima hactenus desiderata... Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-14 05:17:29
1556. Nostradamus , aurait il prédit les temps obscur dans lesquels nous vivons actuellement ? certains disant que oui. les vrayes centuries et prophéties de maistre Michel de Nostradamusoù se void représenté tout ce qui s'est passé , tant en France , Espagne , Italie, Allemagne , Angleterre , qu"autres parties du mondereveues et corrigées suyvant les premières Editions imprimés en Avignon en l'an 1556 et à Lyon en l'an 1557 et autresRare édition d'amsterdam , chez Jean Jansson à Waesberge et la veuve de fu ElizéeFormat in 12 , page de titre + 24 pages non numérote (avec le portraits de Nostradamus ) + 158 pages (les 12 centuries + les présages )manque le frontispicepas de page d'errata mais quelques erreurs dans la numérotation des centuries-page 37 : 2 fois la numérotation 81 pour 2 prophéties différentes-page 49 : 2 fois 75 dont 1 au lieu de 76-pages 75 : 27 au lieu de 72-page 77 : 62 au lieu de 92-page 90 : 22 au lieu de 32-page 93 : 63 au lieu de 60 / 2 fois 59 dont 1 au lieu de 56-page 98 : 96 au lieu de 99-page 131 : 94 au lieu de 14-page 135 : 82 au lieu de 45-page 141 : 47 au lieu de 93le tout visible en photos-Reliure velin ivoire à la Hollandaise d'époqueEtat : bon voir très bon (quelques traces d'humidités - reliure un peu distendus ).
Bookseller: annicpap_0 [Penmarch, France]
2020-05-09 15:06:32
Bartholomeus Anglicus; Corbichon, Jean, editor
Charles L'Angelier, 1556. The popular French edition of this important medieval encyclopedia. A small folio. 230 ff. Printers device on title and 21 charming woodcuts of birds, animals, trees etc, including one of a surgical operation, woodcut initials, 2 columns. Extremely scarce in commerce and not easy to find in libraries, either. Condition is good antiquarian. Modern cream cloth boards with normal shelf wear, what appears to be an older leather spine label. Interior end pages renewed with the book plate of Eric Gerald Stanley, the great Oxonian medieval scholar. Title page is remounted and repaired with some losses, including to text, some old ownership marks. The first few pages are remounted or repaired at the gutter, some dampstains mostly in the margins except at the back where the last 30 leaves show tide marks, occasional worming sometimes affecting text, paper trimmed occasionally affecting headers, text is otherwise clean, binding is sound. A nice copy of a quite scarce book. Bartholomaeus was also known as Bartholomew the Englishman or Bertholomew de Glanville. Born in Suffolk, England, he was an English friar who studied the natural sciences and theology at Oxford University, under the direction of Robert Grosseteste. Bartholomaeus went on to the University of Paris, where he taught theology. In 1224 or 1225, with fellow theology professor Haymo of Faversham, he joined the newly organized Franciscan order in Paris. Bartholomeus's encyclopedic work, translated here into French for the first time, focused on the knowledge of all sciences of his time. It consist … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: R & S Petras, Leaf and Stone Books [Toronto, Ontario, CA]
2020-05-09 03:27:03
BONET (Philibert).
1556. 66748 BONET (Philibert). Explicatio eius quod Interest vera et legitima hactenus desiderata... Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-09 03:27:02
BONET (Philibert).
1556. 66748 BONET (Philibert). Explicatio eius quod Interest vera et legitima hactenus desiderata... Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-09 01:58:53
Bartholomeus Anglicus; Corbichon, Jean, editor
Paris: Charles L'Angelier, 1556. Paris: Charles L'Angelier. Good with no dust jacket. 1556. Hardcover. The popular French edition of this important medieval encyclopedia. A small folio. 230 ff. Printers device on title and 21 charming woodcuts of birds, animals, trees etc, including one of a surgical operation, woodcut initials, 2 columns. Extremely scarce in commerce and not easy to find in libraries, either. Condition is good antiquarian. Modern cream cloth boards with normal shelf wear, what appears to be an older leather spine label. Interior end pages renewed with the book plate of Eric Gerald Stanley, the great Oxonian medieval scholar. Title page is remounted and repaired with some losses, including to text, some old ownership marks. The first few pages are remounted or repaired at the gutter, some dampstains mostly in the margins except at the back where the last 30 leaves show tide marks, occasional worming sometimes affecting text, paper trimmed occasionally affecting headers, text is otherwise clean, binding is sound. A nice copy of a quite scarce book. Bartholomaeus was also known as Bartholomew the Englishman or Bertholomew de Glanville. Born in Suffolk, England, he was an English friar who studied the natural sciences and theology at Oxford University, under the direction of Robert Grosseteste. Bartholomaeus went on to the University of Paris, where he taught theology. In 1224 or 1225, with fellow theology professor Haymo of Faversham, he joined the newly organized Franciscan order in Paris. Bartholomeus's encyclopedic work, translated here … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Leaf and Stone Books (nee Greekdrama) [Toronto, ON, Canada]
2020-05-08 16:26:02
BONET (Philibert).
Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556.. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ULTIMO CAPITULO [Spain]
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2020-05-06 17:00:05
CICERO, Marcus Tullius
Lugduni: Theobaldum Paganum, 1556. 1556 De Officiis CICERO + Erasmus & Melancthon Philosophy Paradoxa Dream Scipio"A room without books is like a body without a soul." ― Marcus Tullius Cicero Cicero's "De Officis," describes the best way to live, behave, and work. It also depicts Roman politics and way of life during the Roman Republic after the overthrow of Julius Caesar.This work is notably famous for being the third book ever printed and that "during the 15th-century, 'De Officiis' was the pinnacle of moral philosophy" (Baldwin, 590).This 16th-century edition is notable for including several Cicero's other famous works:· 'Cato Maior de Senectute' - on old age, aging, and death· 'Paradoxa Stoicorum' - on communication, wisdom, virtues, and need for happiness· 'Laelius de Amicitia' - on friendship and relationships· 'Somnium Scipionis' - on dreaming and visionso This work in particular had a tremendous impact on the future of dream theory, cosmology, and interpretationIt also features Erasmus's famous commentary on the literary style of Cicero.This edition is markedly rare - less than 20 known copies in institutional libraries worldwide, and none in the United States! Item number: #10604Price: $950CICERO, Marcus TulliusM. Tul. Ciceronis De officiis libri III : [cum] commentarijs Erasmi Roterodami, Philippi Melanchthonis, Viti Amerbachij, & Francisci Maturantij, tum disquisitionibus Caelij Calcagnini illustrati : eiusdem, De senectute ; De amicitia ; Paradoxa ; Somnium Scipionis : cum adnotationibus longè doctissimis D. Erasmi, Barptolomaei Latomi, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-05-05 18:02:16
Henricus Stephanus
Guilelmus Morelius, Robertus Stephanus, 1556. Anacreontis et aliorum Lyricorum aliquot poetarum Odae. In easdem Henrici Stephani observationes. Eaedem Latinae. Typis Regiis. Parisiis, M. D. LVI. Apud Guilelmum Morelium, in Graecis typographum Regium, et Robertum Stephanum. Beigebunden: Anacreontis Teii antiquissimi poetae Lyrici Odae, ab Helia Andrea Latinae factae, ad clarissimum virum Petrum Montaureum Consiliarum, et Bibliothecarium Regium. Lutetiae, apud Robertum Stephanum, et Guilelmum Morelium. M. D. LVI. Zweite, kleinformatige Ausgabe der sog. Carmina Anacreontea, 1556, also zwei Jahre nach der Erstausgabe, ebenfalls in Paris erschienen und ebenso wie die Erstausgabe von Stephanus besorgt. Auf einen Auszug aus der Anakreon-Vita des Suidas folgen der griechische Text der Carmina Anacreontea und einiger Anakreon zugeschriebener Epigramme, Gedichte von Alkaios und Sappho, des Stephanus Kommentar zu den Anacreontea (S. 70-100) und von Stephanus selbst besorgte metrische lateinische Übersetzungen der Anacreontea (S. 101-122). Hierauf folgt die von Elias Andreas besorgte 54-seitige lateinische Übersetzung der Gedichte, ebenfalls 1556 in Paris bei Robert Stephan und Wilhelm Morel erschienen. Schöner, wohl späterer Kalbsledereinband (ca. 18. Jh.?). Vorderes Gelenk innen angebrochen, Deckel und Bindung sind aber stabil. Buchblock mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt. Grünes Lesebändchen. Bis auf zwei Eintragungen auf dem Titelblatt von alter Hand sowie einen Stempel auf der Titelblattrückseite, der durchscheint und auch auf das folgende Blatt abgefärbt hat, sehr saubere und frische … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: a_m_mueller [Germany]
2020-05-05 13:26:21
BONET (Philibert).
1556. 66748 BONET (Philibert). Explicatio eius quod Interest vera et legitima hactenus desiderata... Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-03 16:41:07
Terentius Afer Publius - Terenzio
appresso Giovambattista e Marchio Sessa Fratelli, 1556. Piccole naturali imperfezioni e macchioline alla coperta, abrasioni e mancanze a frontespizio e prime carte, alcune gore all'interno ma sempre chiare e mai invasive
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-02 09:07:02
Gelli Giovan Battista
(Lorenzo Torrentino), 1556. in 8°, 17 cm, rilegatura inizio '900 in mezza pergamena con angoli, titolo su tassello e fregi in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizzati, segnalibro; pp. 202, (3) c.b. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, alcune iniziali decorate. Qualche brunitura, ma esemplare molto buono
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Orfeo (ALAI-ILAB) [Italy]
2020-05-01 17:06:03
SARDI Gasparo
Ferrara,: appresso Francesco Rossi da Valenza, 1556. Ferrara, appresso Francesco Rossi da Valenza, 1556. In-16 gr. (mm. 190x143), p. pergam. antica, tit. oro su tassello al dorso, pp.num. (2), 5-330, 1 c.b., al frontespizio grande marca tipografica (entro cornice decorata: il Maestro e l’allievo. Motto: “Non mihi sed tibi fili”), ornato da una bella grande iniziale figur. a vignetta, inc. su legno. Opera in dieci libri (nell’introdurre il nono, l’A. annuncia quello che sarà il contenuto e il tenore dei “quattro” libri successivi). "Edizione originale", completa con questa paginazione. Cfr. Lozzi,I,1721 che precisa “Questa ediz. principe (assai rara) finisce col libro X, e precisamente con questo notevole passo: ‘Cominciò (1497) quella infermità che si chiama Mal Francese, portata, come credono gl’Italiani, di Francia: benchè possa forse anco nascere di nuovo ne’ paesi per aere corrotto, come molte altre fanno. Nondimeno mi penso io, che fosse portata in Hispagna dalle Indie Occidentali, dove è infirmità comune, da Spagnuoli, che le ritrovarono prima, et di Spagna a Napoli, donde passò in Francia, ove è chiamata per questo Mal Italiano, et in Italia Mal Francese per esservi stato dopo portato di Francia” - Brunet,V,140. Con antiche annotazioni margin.; ang. infer. mancante a p. 155/56; qualche lieve alone, altrim. esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-05-01 16:17:21
ATHENEE.
67598 ATHENEE. Dipnosophistarum sive Coenam Sapientum Libri XV. Natale de Comitib 1556 ATHENEE. Dipnosophistarum sive Coenam Sapientum Libri XV. Natale de Comitibus Veneto nunc primum et Graeca in Latinam linguam vertente: cum pluribus ex manuscriptis antiquissimis exemplaribus additis... Paris, Apud Franciscum Baptolomaei Honorati, 1556 (A la fin: Lyon, Iacobus Faure excudebat). Fort volume in-8. 12ff. 898pp. 14ff. Demi vélin du XIX. Première édition latine publiée en France du Banquet d'Athénée. Elle est très rare et manque notamment à Brunet. L'édition originale de cette traduction, venait d'être imprimée à Venise, la même année. "Ce Banquet doit prendre place dans une bibliothèque gourmande. Athénée y traite en effet d'une quantité de sujets relatifs à la gastronomie. Les noms des gourmands les plus fameux, des cuisiniers célèbres y sont cités; les vertus et qualités des légumes, poissons et animaux font le sujet de longues dissertations, ainsi que les vins, les usages admis dans les repas et fêtes épulaires. On y trouve aussi des renseignements sur les Apicius" (Vicaire). Quelques mouillures claires, titre un peu sali. Vicaire Bibliographie Gastronomique, 50. Manque au NUC.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-05-01 16:06:06
Argenterio, Giovanni
1556. Florenz, Laurenzo Torentini, 1556. Folio. 19 S., 358 S., (26) S. Mit Holzschnitt-Titel und ganzseitiger Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt. Halbleinwandeinband des 19. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Durling 264. – HOH 277. – Zweite Auflage. Erstmals 1550 unter dem Titel «Varia opere de re medica» gedruckt. Argenterio (1513–1572) aus dem Piemont stammend, lernte in Lyon und Antwerpen bevor er nach Italien zurückkehrte. Er war einer der grössten Gegner Galens. Die vorliegende Schrift ist eine philosophisch-rhetorische Abhandlung. Er galt als einer der wichtigsten Theoretiker seiner Zeit. Nach Berichten seiner Zeitgenossen war er ein schlechter Praktiker. – Titel und letztes Blatt leicht gebräunt und fleckig. Papier mit vereinzelten schwachen Stockflecken. Seite 155–186 mit Wurmspuren im Innenfalz. – Breitrandig.
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
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2020-04-30 13:26:12
BONET (Philibert).
1556. 66748 BONET (Philibert). Explicatio eius quod Interest vera et legitima hactenus desiderata... Paris, Veuve François Regnault, 1556. 48 pages. (16,5x11 Cm). Cartonnage moderne. Titre, auteur et date doré au dos. Petite manque angulaire page 1. Quelques taches et salissures. Sinon, intérieur en bon état. Ouvrage sur des certaines questions importantes de Droit.
Bookseller: ultimocapitulo_scp [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-04-29 20:31:10
FINE, ORONCE
Paris: Gilles Gourbin. 1556 4to (238 x 164mm.), woodcut printer’s device on title-page, woodcut initials and headpieces, woodcut diagrams (one fullpage), last leaf blank, later calf-backed boards, modern folding cloth box, leaves washed and repaired, P3 with small area of restoration, binding slightly soiled Unannounced third edition, having been first printed as the second part of the book on “Geometry” in the Protomathesis (Paris 1532) and reprinted in 1544 (Strassburg: Georg Messerschmidt). The work is concerned with the application of geometry to the traditional problems of mensuration, and the method of building a geometrical square or quadrant. The woodcuts are copies, often reduced and simplified, of the diagrams used in the 1532 edition. Collation – blank, title page,3pp,56pp,blank [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: INTERAMNIA [LONDON, United Kingdom]
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2020-04-29 15:02:03
Neander, Michael (eigentlich: M. Neumann) / Pindaros (Pindar)
Ludovicus Lucius, Basel, 1556. 16 Blatt, 434 S., 2 Blatt. Schlichter Pappband des späteren 19. Jahrhunderts. Mit Exlibris Jakob Heinrich Anderhub und kleinem Namensstempel. Der Melanchthonschüler Michael Neander (1525-1595) aus Sorau in der Niederlausitz war langjähriger Leiter der Klosterschule Ilfeld. Er gilt als einer der bedeutendsten evangelischen Pädagogen des 16. Jahrhunderts und seine Ilfelder Schule wurde von Melanchthon als das beste Seminar im Lande gerühmt. Seine hier vorliegende Auswahl von Gedichten Pindars wird von seiner lateinischen Übersetzung und Kommentierung begleitet, die noch Chr. G. Heyne sehr schätzte. Schöner Druck mit 10 illustrierten Initialen. Brunet IV, 28; Graesse IV, 653; Schweiger I, 237. Der Einband an den Gelenken und den Stehkanten etwas berieben und einige wenige Seiten mit geringen Unterstreichungen von alter Hand in Tinte, insgesamt handelt es sich jedoch um ein ordentliches, gut erhaltenes Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Rolf Bulang [Dautphetal, Germany]
2020-04-27 08:51:41
1556. Uno dei più bei libri di emblemi di inizio Seicento illustrato con 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegante da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode.Q. VEEN, Otto van (1556 - 1629) Q. HORATI FLACCI E M B L E M A T A. Imaginibus in aes incisis, Notisque illustrata, Studio OTHONIS VAENI Batauolugdunensis. ANVERSA Ex Officina Hieronymi Verdussen. 1607 Un volume in quarto grande (cm. 26 x 19,5) di pagine 213, (3). Al frontespizio ritratto inciso in rame di Orazio, e nel testo 103 grandi immagini a piena pagina disegnate da Otto van Veen ed incise da c. Boel, Cornelius Galle, Pierre de Jode, e forse dallo stesso Vaenius. BELLA LEGATURA COEVA in piena pelle con il dorso a cinque nervi, e gli scomparti riccamente dorati con fregi angolari, e fioroni centrali; il titolo impresso in oro; labbri dorati; tagli rossi; ampi margini. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE privo di tracce d'uso o difetti. RARA Collazionato completo. Esemplare della prima rara emissione della edizione originale di raro e ricercato libri di emblemi. Con la stesse note tipografiche e data comparve una successiva edizione in cui il testo latino é integrato con versioni in francese e in olandese. Negli anni successivi e per tutto il Seicento uscirono ulteriori edizioni. Otto van Veen (1550 - 1629) pittore manierista, e teorico d'arte fiammingo, fu maestro del celebre Rubens. L'opera si compone di una serie di 103 quadri che illustrano in forma di emblemi motti morali tratti dai poemi di Orazio. A fronte di ciascuna immagine si trova una breve massima latina stampata in maiuscole, seguita da c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
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