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2020-07-14 09:23:14
PHILO of Alexandrie / MORELLUS / CONTII (CONTIUS, Antonius (Antoine Leconte) / Mignault, Claude Poulvé , Adrien
Volume factice avec 6 vols reliés ens. (Sammelband mit 6 Werke.): 1) Philo, of Alexandria: Philonis Judaei de Septenario, liber singularis ... Fredericus Morellus nunc primum Latine vertit notisque illustravit, illustratit. Lutetiae (Paris) Fredericum Morellum (Fédéric MOREL, the Younger). MDCXIV., 1614 2 ff. + 52 p. + 2 ff. (Index rerum) - 2) Morellus, Fed (Frédéric Morel): De numerorum historia carmen Philosopho-theologopoi tikon. Lutetiae (Paris), M.DCIX. (1609), 16 p. (Ex. Typographia Ionannis Iannon. (SUIVI PAR:) 3) MORELLUS, Fre.: Tetras - Hexas - Hebdomas -Enneas. Pages 7 à 38 + 1 f. (sans p. de titre). 4) Antonii Contii I. C. (Leconte, Antonius) Ad Edictvm Sive Orationem Henrici Sacratissimi Et Christianissimi Francorum Regis, de clandestinis matrimonijs, et sine parentum consensu contractis, Liber. Wechel Paris 1557. 24 ff. 5) Mignault, Claude: De Liberali adolescentum institutione in Academia parisiensi declamationes contrariae, quarum summa quaestio est : an sit commodius adolescentes extra gymnasia quam in gymnasiis ipsis institui. Harum argumentum duobus ... suis auditoribus [Lazaro de Selve et Jacobo Thomas] proponebat Claudius Minos, ... Paris, Apud J. Richerium, 1575, 36 p. 6) Henricum Valesium (Poulvé , Adrien). Adriani Puluaei ll. doctoris, et in suprema curia aduocati, De nuptiis sine parentem consensu non contrahendis, liber singularis. : In quo edictum Henrici Valesiii Francorum regis ad eandem rem pertinens, explicatur. Ad Henricum Valesium Francorum regem Christianissimum.Paisiis [sic] : Apud Carolum l'Angelier, ad primam regii palatii columnam., 1557. 52 ff.,
Paris, Carolum l'Angelier / J. Richerium / Wechel / Fred. Morel, 1557. in-8vo, reliure basane du XIIIè, dos orné or, coiffes avec manque, reliure usée. Exlibris B. Riambourg Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Adams - (Leconte) ; Mortimer - (Leconte) ;
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-07-13 22:06:04
Stobaeus, Johannes
Ex Officina J. Parci, Sumptibus J. Oporini, 1557. Vellum. 8vo. 3parts in 1. 29,(3),84;316;78,(2)pp. Title and text in Greek & Latin. Cont. vellum, a few old library markings. First title and a few preliminaries with old soiling at the bottoms of the leaves. Very Good. Adams S1875; VD 16 J771 (under "Johannes Stobaeus").
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-13 00:04:05
Philoponus, John
Nicolus Edoardus, 1557. Folio. (16),296pp. Large woodcut device on title. Woodcut initials. 18th century calf, gilt. Spine extremities and outer corners rubbed, but overall very good. This copy with a Latin inscription, dated 1754, noting that this copy came from the library of Richard Mead, M.D. (1754 was the year of Mead's death). First Latin edition (trans. from the Greek) of the 5th century Greek philosopher Philoponus, also called John the Grammarian. This work is a refutation of the arguments of Proclus, who he claims had misinterpreted Plato, regarding the eternity of the world. Adams P1062; BL French STC p. 245.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-04 08:24:06
SEYSSEL (Claude de)
ar Galiot Du Pré, A Paris, 1557. Petit in-8 de (8)-133 ff. pp. Numéro 127. SEYSSEL (Claude de). Histoire singulière du roy Loys XII. de ce nom? faicte au parangon des règnes & gestes des autres roys de France ses prédécesseurs, particularisez selon leurs félicitez ou infélicitez, composée par mess. Claude de Seissel. A Paris, Par Gilles Corrozet au Palais, près la chambre des consultations. 1558. Petit in-8 de (8)-73 ff. Ensemble 1 vol. petit in-8, veau glacé, dos orné à nerfs, triple filet doré sur les plats, pièces de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). 1. Nouvelle édition
Bookseller: Ancre [France, Nice]
2020-07-04 06:02:02
Gessner, Conrad
1557. 2 (39 x 25 cm), 6 Bl., CCLXIII, 24 S., zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Illustr., OHPgt. in Schuber, Namenszug a. Vors., tadellos. Ex. Nr. 263/385 der 350 Ex. der Ausgabe auf Ingres-Bütten. Faksimiledruck nach der ersten deutschen Froschauer-Ausgabe von 1557, mit einem synoptischen Verzeichnis der lat. u. dt. Vogelbezeichnungen und ihren modernen Synonymen, zusammengestellt von V. Ziswiler. - Conrad Gesner (1516-1565), Schweizer Arzt, Naturforscher und Altphilologe. Er gilt als einer der berühmtesten und wichtigsten Naturforscher und Gelehrten der Schweiz. Seine Bedeutung beruht unter anderem darauf, dass er sich nicht mehr ausschließlich auf die tradierten Erkenntnisse der Antike und des Mittelalters verliess - die er ebenfalls ausführlichst auswertete -, sondern seine eigenen Naturbeobachtungen höher wertete. Die Qualität der Darstellung in seinen Veröffentlichungen unterschied ihn von seinen Fachkollegen, da er wegen seines überdurchschnittlichen Zeichentalents nicht darauf angewiesen war, professionelle Künstler für seine Buchillustrationen heranzuziehen. Sein offizielles botanisches Autorenkürzel lautet "Gesner".
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-07-03 17:12:04
1557. leggere attentamente la descrizione all'interno dell'inserzione. "Descrittione di tutta Italia" di F. Leandro Alberti, bolognese, nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, et le Signorie delle Città, et de li Castelli, co i nomi antichi, et moderni, i costumi dè Popoli, le conditioni de i Paesi. Et più, gli huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustrata, i Monti, i Laghi, i Fiumi, le Fontane, i Bagni, le Minere; con tutte l'opere maravigliose in lei dalla Natura prodotte." In Vinegia, per Domenico Dè Farri MDLVII. Legatura inizio '800 integra e ben conservata in mezza pergamena con angoli, altezza del libro cm. 21; frontespizio, 7 pag. di dedicatorie, 67 pag. di indice dei luoghi descritti ("Tavola"), 467 fogli numerati per 932 pagine, capilettera e fregi xilografici, margini rifilati. Nell'avvertenza riportata all'ultimo foglio, l'Alberti promette un'appendice dedicata alle Isole d'Italia, che sarà stampata solo nel 1561. Il libro si presenta compatto e ben rilegato. La carta è fresca e croccante con rare gialliture ed ottima inchiostratura. L'opera è completa ed è stata collazionata attentamente (si rilevano peraltro alcuni errori di numerazione delle pagine, ma il testo è continuo). Di seguito i difetti rilevati: le marche tipografiche sono state tagliate - sia al frontespizio che al colophon - e riparate malamente come testimoniato in foto, provocando un taglio anche al foglio successivo; mancanza di un piccolo angolo di carta bianca nell'angolo basso dei primi 6 fogli; mancanza di carta nell'angolo alto dei fogli da 454 a 460 e da 463 a 467, in questo caso con … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: fremisle [Roma, Italy]
2020-06-30 03:01:02
Stobaeus, Johannes
Ex Officina J. Parci, Sumptibus J. Oporini, 1557. Vellum. 8vo. 3parts in 1. 29,(3),84;316;78,(2)pp. Title and text in Greek & Latin. Cont. vellum, a few old library markings. First title and a few preliminaries with old soiling at the bottoms of the leaves. Very Good. Adams S1875; VD 16 J771 (under "Johannes Stobaeus").
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-24 21:33:02
Aristoteles
VG/NO DUSTJACKET. 1557. Hardcover. J.M. Rotae labore ac diligentia. Venetiis, Haeredii Lucie Antonio luntae, . Folio, Full vellum, missing tie strings, spine with slight traces of wear. Spot on title and a few leaves lightly browned, but a good copy. . [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Riverow Bookshop [Owego, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-06-15 12:28:55
[GUILLAS, Denis].
Historie de la bataille navalle faite par les Dieppois & Flamans: qui est l'une des plus furieuses & soudaines expeditions de mer, qui ayt esté entreprise de nostre temps sur les ennemis du Roy.Paris, Estienne Denise, [1557?]. Small 8vo (15 x 10 cm). With 2 woodcut decorated initials and one cast fleuron (Vervliet, Vine leaf ornaments 173). Set in roman type with incidental italic. Finely executed late 19th-century(?) French red morocco by René Aussour, gold-tooled turn-ins, title, place of publication and date 1555 in gold in 2nd and 3rd of 6 spine compartments, gilt edges. [51], [1 blank] pp. Rare issue of one of the first editions (priority uncertain) of an account of a ferocious sea battle in the Habsburg-Valois Wars (also known as the Italian Wars): 18 small French ships from Dieppe, mostly only 15-60 tonne though some are nevertheless described as galleons, defeated 23 larger Flemish ships. The battle, which took place in August 1555, was one of the fiercest of the day putting both sides in great danger. It was recently the subject of a Discovery channel television documentary. The book gives a remarkably detailed account, especially from the French side, with the names, captains and capacities of all the French ships. Our undated issue of the book, with a Paris imprint must be one mentioned by Polak: "J'ai vu un autre exemplaire avec le même titre, imprimé à Paris chez Estienne Denise, s.d." The small owner's label of J.-A.-H. Dupré, printed letterpress on blue paper, is 19th-century in style, as are the binding and endpapers, but René Aussour appears to have been ac … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:52
PASI, Bartolomeo.
Tariffa de i pesi, e misure corrispondenti dal Levante al Ponente.Venice, per Paolo Gherardo (colophon: per Comin da Trino), 1557. 8vo (15.5 x 11 cm). With the title in a woodcut border of 4 matching parts, and with a crowned eagle device. 18th-century half green morocco, gold-tooled spine. [12], 200 ll. Fourth and last edition of a practical handbook for international merchants, giving information for the conversion of monetary units, weights and measures from various countries. It covers not only units from cities in the Italian states but also from Constantinople, Aleppo, Tripoli, Damascus, Cyprus, Corfu, Rhodes and Crete. Venice was at this time the centre of European trade with the Near and Middle East. Little is known about the author and this is his only published work. With the armorial owner's stamp of Count Ercole Silva (1756-1840) in Milan on the back of the title-page. In good condition, with only an occasional minor marginal spot or stain. The binding is somewhat tattered and if the marbled paper sides ever included bright colours, they have faded to shades of brown. A good copy. BMC STC Italian, p. 491; ICCU CNCE 17269; Riccardi II, col. 251; Smith, Rara arithmetica, p. 77; cf. Adams P-374-P-375 (1503 & 1540 eds.); Kress 51 (1540 ed.).
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 11:17:52
NICANDER of Colophon.
Theriaca.Including: NICANDER of Colophon. Alexipharmaca.-In Nicander Theriaca scholia auctoris incerti, et vetusta et utilia. In eiusdem Alexipharmaca diversorum auctorum scholia.Paris, Morelius, 1557. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to. Each part with its own title-page, with a woodcut caduceus device on all three. Set in roman and Greek types. 17th-century(?) richly gold-tooled red morocco, gilt edges; subtly rebacked, with the original backstrip laid down. [8], "225"[=215], [1 blank]; "80"[=72] pp. Bilingual edition (Greek & Latin) of two medical hexametric poems by the Hellenistic poet and physician Nicander of Colophon (fl. second century BC), followed by a part with ancient scholia in Greek. The two poems are followed by comments by its translator, the Parisian pharmacist Jean de Gorris (1505-1577). They were first published separately in 1549 and 1556 and here for the first time published together. Nicander wrote at least 20 works, but "only his Theriaca (958 hexameters on poisonous creatures and on antidotes for their bites and stings) and Alexipharmaca (630 hexameters on antidotes to poisons) are extant"."Nicander's influence on later Greek and Latin literature was considerable. Not only did Virgil, Ovid, and Antoninus Liberalis draw on his works, but Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Erotian, Aelian, and Athenaeus of Naucratis also benefited from direct or indirect familiarity with Nicander. In the 1st century BC the enormously learned scholar Didymus ("Chalcenterus") appears to have made extensive use of Nicander's lexicographic contributions. Although Dioscorides only twice cites N … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:17
[MANUSCRIPT]. PHILIP (FELIPE) II, King of Spain.
[Mortgage agreement, granting Jan Hanneman, Steward General of North Holland, the rights to the tithes of the King's lands of Voorburg and Voorschoten].The Hague and Brussels, 1557 (with additions to 1565). Folio (36 x 25.5 cm). Manuscript mortgage agreement, signed by King Philip's representatives, written in brown ink on parchment in a nearly upright cursive gothic hand. With a typescript transcription of the main text and an interlinear translation in Spanish. [2 blank], 9, [1 blank] pp. Original mortgage agreement in Dutch in which King Philip II of Spain, who had sovereignty over the Low Countries and held the title Count of Holland, grants Jan Hanneman the rights to the tithes from his lands of Voorburg and Voorschoten. Philip had succeeded to the Spanish crown the year before on the abdication of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and the present elegantly written text explains that he and the Spanish Government wish to ameliorate their "very large and excessive debts" (it later speaks of 300,000 guilders, which would be 50,000 Flemish pounds) resulting from years of war, the building and maintenance of many fortifications and the salaries of the troops, so the King wishes to mortgage or sell some of his royal domains and the rights to tithes that go with them. Efforts in 1556 had not yielded enough. Spain was later able to finance the wars with treasures from the colonies, most famously transported in the annual silver fleet beginning in 1566, but here a decade earlier, the King was desperate for funds.Formerly folded. In very good condition, but with the sewing rece … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:52:19
MEIR ben BARUCH of Rothenburg.
Sefer she'elot u-teshuvot.Cremona, Vincenzo Conti, [5]317 [= 1557]. 4to (21 x 15.5 cm). With the title in a 4-piece woodcut border, a decorative woodcut factotum and a typographic vine-leaf ornament (Vervliet 7). Set in semi-cursive (rabbinical) Hebrew type with Sephardic meruba (square) Hebrew for the title, headings, etc. Contemporary limp vellum. 108, [15], [1 blank] pp. First edition of a Mediaeval classic of both Jewish law and rites and rituals and other matters in daily life, presented in the form of 315 questions with answers by Rabbi Meir ben Baruch of Rothenburg (Worms ca. 1215-Ensisheim, Alsace 1293). The title means "Book of questions and answers", but it is sometimes given the Latin title "Responsa". Meir was one of the greatest Ashkenazic poseks, legal scholars who clarified difficult or ambiguous points in the halakha, the body of Jewish religious law deriving from the Torah, the Talmud, other rabbinical sources and ancient custom. In addition to ritual and religious law he deals with matters of business, real estate, inheritance, marriage, sureties, trusts, community government, community property, taxation and much more, including cases concerning relations between Jews and Christians. His writing style is colourful, occasionally passionate, and he did not suffer fools gladly, so that his answers often provide personal details and criticisms that make the book not merely a vast treasure of information but also an interesting read. Courts, judges, rabbis, congregations and other religious organizations and even private individuals throughout the Jewish diasp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-11 02:14:18
Thomas von Aquin
Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes, 1557. Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails D. Thomae Aquinatis Enarrationes, quas cathenam vere auream dicunt. In quatuor evangelia ex vetustissimorum codicum colatione, quantum licuit emendatiores quam hactenus in lucem editae. Additus est Index rerum scitu dignarum. Thomas von Aquin, Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes, 1557. 338 Bl. + Index Leder Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 1168218 Bemerkungen: Seltene Ausgabe, 1557 bei Hieronymus von Marnes in Paris erschienen. Imp.-Fol., dekorativer blindgeprägter weißer Schweinslederband der Zeit. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempel u. Rückensignatur. Einband nachgedunkelt u. ewt. fleckig. Schließen intakt. Minimaler Wurmstich an Fuß- und Vordersteg, kein Textverlust. Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt, vereinzelt minimaler Braunstich. Bindung fest, Text sauber. Ein schönes Exemplar. --- Rare issue, published in 1557 by Hieronymus de Marnes in Paris. Imp.-fol, beautifully bound in contemporary pigskin leather. Ex-library book with stamp and catalogue no. on spine. Book clasps intact. Boards darkened and slightly stained. Minimal damaged by worms, pages slightly darkened, few brown spots. Binding tight, text clean. A fine copy.EUR 1.198,50 (inkl. MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Wir versenden auf Rechnung. Sie brauchen daher KEINE VORKASSE leisten. Nach Erhalt der Ware, überweisen Sie den Kaufpreis bitte innerhalb von 14 Tagen auf mein angegebenes Konto (gern auch via PayPal). Sollten Sie wider Erwarten nicht zufrieden sein, so senden Sie das Buch bitte an mich zurück. Risikoloser kann man nicht kaufen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat_bookfarm [Leipzig, Germany]
2020-06-10 14:12:05
PASI, Bartolomeo.
Tariffa de i pesi, e misure corrispondenti dal Levante al Ponente.Venice, per Paolo Gherardo (colophon: per Comin da Trino), 1557. 8vo (15.5 x 11 cm). With the title in a woodcut border of 4 matching parts, and with a crowned eagle device. 18th-century half green morocco, gold-tooled spine. [12], 200 ll. Fourth and last edition of a practical handbook for international merchants, giving information for the conversion of monetary units, weights and measures from various countries. It covers not only units from cities in the Italian states but also from Constantinople, Aleppo, Tripoli, Damascus, Cyprus, Corfu, Rhodes and Crete. Venice was at this time the centre of European trade with the Near and Middle East. Little is known about the author and this is his only published work. With the armorial owner's stamp of Count Ercole Silva (1756-1840) in Milan on the back of the title-page. In good condition, with only an occasional minor marginal spot or stain. The binding is somewhat tattered and if the marbled paper sides ever included bright colours, they have faded to shades of brown. A good copy. BMC STC Italian, p. 491; ICCU CNCE 17269; Riccardi II, col. 251; Smith, Rara arithmetica, p. 77; cf. Adams P-374-P-375 (1503 & 1540 eds.); Kress 51 (1540 ed.).
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:04
NICANDER of Colophon.
Theriaca.Including: NICANDER of Colophon. Alexipharmaca.-In Nicander Theriaca scholia auctoris incerti, et vetusta et utilia. In eiusdem Alexipharmaca diversorum auctorum scholia.Paris, Morelius, 1557. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to. Each part with its own title-page, with a woodcut caduceus device on all three. Set in roman and Greek types. 17th-century(?) richly gold-tooled red morocco, gilt edges; subtly rebacked, with the original backstrip laid down. [8], "225"[=215], [1 blank]; "80"[=72] pp. Bilingual edition (Greek & Latin) of two medical hexametric poems by the Hellenistic poet and physician Nicander of Colophon (fl. second century BC), followed by a part with ancient scholia in Greek. The two poems are followed by comments by its translator, the Parisian pharmacist Jean de Gorris (1505-1577). They were first published separately in 1549 and 1556 and here for the first time published together. Nicander wrote at least 20 works, but "only his Theriaca (958 hexameters on poisonous creatures and on antidotes for their bites and stings) and Alexipharmaca (630 hexameters on antidotes to poisons) are extant"."Nicander's influence on later Greek and Latin literature was considerable. Not only did Virgil, Ovid, and Antoninus Liberalis draw on his works, but Lucan, Pliny the Elder, Erotian, Aelian, and Athenaeus of Naucratis also benefited from direct or indirect familiarity with Nicander. In the 1st century BC the enormously learned scholar Didymus ("Chalcenterus") appears to have made extensive use of Nicander's lexicographic contributions. Although Dioscorides only twice cites N … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:04
[MANUSCRIPT]. PHILIP (FELIPE) II, King of Spain.
[Mortgage agreement, granting Jan Hanneman, Steward General of North Holland, the rights to the tithes of the King's lands of Voorburg and Voorschoten].The Hague and Brussels, 1557 (with additions to 1565). Folio (36 x 25.5 cm). Manuscript mortgage agreement, signed by King Philip's representatives, written in brown ink on parchment in a nearly upright cursive gothic hand. With a typescript transcription of the main text and an interlinear translation in Spanish. [2 blank], 9, [1 blank] pp. Original mortgage agreement in Dutch in which King Philip II of Spain, who had sovereignty over the Low Countries and held the title Count of Holland, grants Jan Hanneman the rights to the tithes from his lands of Voorburg and Voorschoten. Philip had succeeded to the Spanish crown the year before on the abdication of the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V, and the present elegantly written text explains that he and the Spanish Government wish to ameliorate their "very large and excessive debts" (it later speaks of 300,000 guilders, which would be 50,000 Flemish pounds) resulting from years of war, the building and maintenance of many fortifications and the salaries of the troops, so the King wishes to mortgage or sell some of his royal domains and the rights to tithes that go with them. Efforts in 1556 had not yielded enough. Spain was later able to finance the wars with treasures from the colonies, most famously transported in the annual silver fleet beginning in 1566, but here a decade earlier, the King was desperate for funds.Formerly folded. In very good condition, but with the sewing rece … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:01
MEIR ben BARUCH of Rothenburg.
Sefer she'elot u-teshuvot.Cremona, Vincenzo Conti, [5]317 [= 1557]. 4to (21 x 15.5 cm). With the title in a 4-piece woodcut border, a decorative woodcut factotum and a typographic vine-leaf ornament (Vervliet 7). Set in semi-cursive (rabbinical) Hebrew type with Sephardic meruba (square) Hebrew for the title, headings, etc. Contemporary limp vellum. 108, [15], [1 blank] pp. First edition of a Mediaeval classic of both Jewish law and rites and rituals and other matters in daily life, presented in the form of 315 questions with answers by Rabbi Meir ben Baruch of Rothenburg (Worms ca. 1215-Ensisheim, Alsace 1293). The title means "Book of questions and answers", but it is sometimes given the Latin title "Responsa". Meir was one of the greatest Ashkenazic poseks, legal scholars who clarified difficult or ambiguous points in the halakha, the body of Jewish religious law deriving from the Torah, the Talmud, other rabbinical sources and ancient custom. In addition to ritual and religious law he deals with matters of business, real estate, inheritance, marriage, sureties, trusts, community government, community property, taxation and much more, including cases concerning relations between Jews and Christians. His writing style is colourful, occasionally passionate, and he did not suffer fools gladly, so that his answers often provide personal details and criticisms that make the book not merely a vast treasure of information but also an interesting read. Courts, judges, rabbis, congregations and other religious organizations and even private individuals throughout the Jewish diasp … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-08 14:17:10
1557. Bell' esemplare. (Piccolomini, Alessandro). Milano, appresso di Giovann' Antonio de gli Antonii, 1557. (In fine: Imprimevano i Fratelli Da Meda, 1558). In-8° antico, pergamena. 43, (1) ff. Figura femminile allegorica incisa in legno nel frontespizio, ripetuta in fine. Rarissima edizione milanese. Lancetti, Pseudonimia, p. 259. Gamba, 1527. Gay, Ouvrages rélatifs à l' amour, I, 804: > Pia, Les livres de l' Enfer, 321-22.
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [San Giorgio di piano, BO, Italy]
2020-06-04 16:13:09
Veit (Vitus,Vitum) Dietrich
Nürnberg 1557: In Nürnberg duch Johan vom Berg. Agend Büchlein für die Pfarzherzen auff dem Land,1557,Vitum Dietrich,Nürnberg. Veit (Vitus,Vitum) Dietrich war enger Vertrauter von Martin Luther in Wittenberg! Er ist dann nach Nürnberg in die Sebalduskirche gegangen. V. Dietrich war deutscher Theologe, Schriftsteller und Reformator. 8.12.1506 geboren und 25.3.1549 gestorben in Nürnberg. Das Werk ist „Allen frommen Pfarzherzen und Kirchendienern" geschrieben. Es enthält Erzählungen , Lieder, Gedichte. Es ist außerordentlich gut erhalten. Der Einband siehe Bild! Die Schlösser sollen das Aufquellen der Seiten verhindern und funktionieren einwandfrei. In liebevolle Hände abzugeben. Ich habe im Internet keine zweite Ausgabe gefunden! 17 cm breit, 21 cm hoch und ca. 3 cm dick. Von Privat, daher keine Rücknahme oder Garantie möglich.Versand mit Deutsche Post versichert. Keine Haustiere und Nichtraucherhaushalt. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: oma-ilse-war-beliebt [Leipziger Land, Germany]
2020-06-03 08:05:55
Ascham, Roger (1514/15-1568)
London:, 1557. FIRST EDITION.. Octavo:. 19th c. calf, single gilt filet framing the boards, hinges discreetly repaired, gilt spine, label chipped, edges worn. Fine copy with the initial leaf with signature mark and blank ¶8 both present. Marginal worm-trail to blank lower margin in middle signatures, not affecting text. Title with decorative border, woodcut of Robert Dudley, Earl Leicester’s emblem (the muzzled bear) inscribed with the Garter motto on leaf ¶3. Woodcut initials, diagram of divisions of the Mass, some passages in Greek. Rare. 7 institutional holdings in North America. Provenance: bookplates of George Stokes, Cardiff Castle, and Robert Pirie. One of the greatest of the Tudor humanists, Ascham was favored by Henry VIII, to whom he dedicated his “Toxophilus”, tutor to the princess Elizabeth, and author of a masterpiece of English pedagogy, “The Scholemaster”. Ascham also tutored the boy king Edward VI in the art of elegant handwriting, and Edward thought of him fondly, and so it is of interest that Ascham wrote this “reformed” work while Edward was being groomed by his close advisors to be a thoroughly Protestant monarch. Roger Ascham (1515/16-1568) penned his ‘Apologia pro Caena Dominica contra Missam & eius Praestigias’ (‘A Defense of the Lord’s Supper against the Mass and its Magic’) at Cambridge in 1547/8 during the first year of Edward VI’s reign. It was published in Ascham’s name some thirty years later (and about ten years after Ascham’s death) in 1577/8, together with his dedicatory preface to Robert Dudley and his other … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus [United States]
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2020-06-02 18:19:02
Vico, Enea
Appresso Enea Vico Parmigiano et Vincenzo Valgrisio, In Vinegia, 1557. First Edition. Leather-bound. Originally published in vellum, now in later plain calf, triple ruled in gilt with dentelles on edges, and red edge stain. Title page, imprimatur page, 4 pp. dedication, then 212 pages of text. numerous elaborate historiated capitals. Recent conservator's repair to front board. Extraordinarily lovely frontis of an altar "with festoons of fruits on the two centaurs, male and female; the former with a trumpet, the latter with a lyre; both mounted by lovely naked children." ...aka cherubs. Woodcut printer's Device of Vincenzo Valgrisio, present at very end. First edition of Vico's luscious engraved study devoted to the coins depicting notable Roman women whose likenesses were stamped upon coins of the realm. This first edition (possibly a second issue, determined by the presence of Roman numerals on the plates) features 61 plates, plus the stunning frontis. Missing two leaves -- 187/188 & 189/190 -- upon which we assume plates LVI & LVII were supposed to be found. Quite possibly never included in original binding. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown endpaper depicting family crest belonging to Earl of Roden K.St.P., an Irish peerage created for Robert Jocelyn. Also a bookplate which reads "Caxton Stephen Ginnta; Nullus Amicus Magis Libet Quam Liber; Aldus Gutenberg Derard"; and atop that bookplate, a smaller, egg-shaped, bright yellow private library sticker bearing the name Max Salomon, beneath the encircling outspread wings of a stork or pelican. VERY clean copy of a scarce … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ezra9 [Eugene, Oregon, United States]
2020-06-01 16:15:06
BULLINGER, HEINRICH|Gwalther, Rudolf
Zürich, Christph Froschauer/2nd work: Basel, Johannes Oporinus 1557/1557. 2 works in 1 binding, (26) 281 folia., (20) 313 (21) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum over wooden boards with raised bands and clasps on straps, Folio (A few single wormholes, mostly in the margins and moderately some brownning and foxing in the margins. Bottom spine-end a bit worn and a piece of the back cover has been restored Lacks the bottom clasp, ownership-entries on the front paste-down and the first titlepage. Two works by leading Swiss reformers, the first by Rudolf Gwalther (1519-1586), and the second by Heinrich Bullinger (1504-1575). Gwalther was one of Bullinger's students and was taken in the Bullinger residence in 1532 as he was an orphan. He followed in his foster fathers footsteps later as Antistes of the Zurich church after his death. Gwalther's published commentaries are highly esteemed and rare, here his Latin homilies on the Acts of the Apostles containing 174 homilies. The second work contains Bullinger's commentaries on the book of Revelation. Heinrich Bullinger preached on the book of Revelation in Zurich from 1554 until 1556. He was the only major reformer of the second generation who devoted a full-length work to this book.) [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-05-31 01:56:03
MECKLENBURG:
Rostock, Dietz, 1557. 140 röm. num. Bl. VD-16 M 1826. - Von Johann Albrecht I. (1525-1576), Herzog von Mecklenburg verfasste neue Kirchenordnung, nachdem er 1549 auf dem Landtag die Reformation für den Gesamtstaat Mecklenburg durchsetzte. - Titel in rot und schwarz, Wappen-Titelholzschnitt, verso ganzseitiger Wappenholzschnitt der Herzöge von Mecklenburg, enthält Kirchenlieder in Neumen-Notation. Reformationsgeschichte. - Einband berieben Rücken mit kleinen Beschädigungen, innen teils leicht fleckig Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 550 4°, späterer schlichter Pappband [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2020-05-19 07:38:29
Thomas von Aquin,
Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes. 338 Bl. + Index Seltene Ausgabe, 1557 bei Hieronymus von Marnes in Paris erschienen. Imp.-Fol., dekorativer blindgeprägter weißer Schweinslederband der Zeit. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempel u. Rückensignatur. Einband nachgedunkelt u. ewt. fleckig. Schließen intakt. Minimaler Wurmstich an Fuß- und Vordersteg, kein Textverlust. Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt, vereinzelt minimaler Braunstich. Bindung fest, Text sauber. Ein schönes Exemplar. --- Rare issue, published in 1557 by Hieronymus de Marnes in Paris. Imp.-fol, beautifully bound in contemporary pigskin leather. Ex-library book with stamp and catalogue no. on spine. Book clasps intact. Boards darkened and slightly stained. Minimal damaged by worms, pages slightly darkened, few brown spots. Binding tight, text clean. A fine copy. la Gewicht in Gramm: 5030 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiq. Bookfarm/ Sebastian Seckfort [Leipzig, Germany]
2020-05-16 15:55:08
STRADA, Jacobus de, à Rosberg. d. 1588
Zürich: A. Gessner d.J., 1557. Contemporary gilt and painted flexible vellum wrapper, central rectangle of a single black line of paint flanked by two gilt rules, gilt corner fleurons with the interiors painted black, blue edges, black and yellow silk headbands, black silk ties (decor restored), green edges. STRADA'S PRIVATE COLLECTION CATALOG IS ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT Renaissance reference works on ancient coins and medals, particularly for its Greek specimens. Its portraits and biographies of Roman emperors and their female relatives informed collectors, middle-class readers and scholars. ITS IMAGES SERVED ARTISTS AS MODELS. Strada sold art to Emperors Ferdinand I and Maximilian II, Duke Albrecht of Bavaria and the Fuggers. The present dedication to Hans Fugger (1516-75) is dated 1 January 1557. In fine condition, elegant contemporary signature of Christophorus Kressen on the title, 17th/18th-century etched bookplate of the Nürnberg Kress von Kressenstein family, bookplates of Michel De Bry and the Vershbows. ¶Cunnally et al., Numismatics in the Age of Grolier 39-40; VD 16 S 9364.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-15 05:49:43
MECKLENBURG. KIRCHENORDNUNG
Rostock: L. Dietz, 1557. 19th-century cloth-backed black pastepaper boards (rubbed). Rare" (Collins). Here the Protestant Dukes Johann Albrecht I and his brother Ulrich III mandated the basic doctrine, catechism, rites, teachings and hymns valid within their newly enlarged and consolidated territories. These texts had the force of law, from readings for school children to Communion rituals. Of the 1540 first edition, drafted by their father, I have found copies only at Rostock. This is the second printing. In good condition (first five leaves slightly foxed, extreme lower corners stained), stamp of Dr. H.J. Wagner on the front pastedown. ¶Borchling & Claussen, Niederdeutsche Bibliographie 1679; Collins, Attempt at a Catalogue of the Library of...L.-L. Bonaparte 10,004; VD 16 M 1826.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-13 05:47:26
FELICIUS DURANTINUS, CONSTANTIUS
London: Jhon Waley, 1557. Second Edition; First Combined Edition. 190 x 138 mm. (7 1/2 x 5 1/2"). 4 p.l., lxxxvii [87], [1] (blank) leaves; 5 p.l., lvii, lvii-cxx [120] leaves. Translated by Thomas Paynell (Constantinus) and Alexander Barclay (Sallust). Second Edition; First Combined Edition. Excellent 19th century crushed brown morocco, gilt, by W. Pratt (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers with central oval arabesque enclosed in gilt-rule frame with fleurons at corners, raised bands, panels with gilt ornament, gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, all edges gilt. Printed in black letter. Front pastedown with Aldenham House bookplate; front free endpaper with ink inscription of Henry H. Gibbs [later Lord Aldenham], St. Dunstans (1860) and bookplate of the Fox Pointe Collection. Pforzheimer 363; STC 10752; ESTC S101906. Trivial loss of gilt to arabesque centerpieces, a hint of shelfwear to lower edge of boards, leaves lightly pressed (as was the custom at time of binding), mild foxing to first and final leaves, occasional minor (printer's) smudges or small marginal stains, but an excellent copy, clean and crisp, in a pleasing binding. This is a mid-16th century edition of the first English version of two significant events documenting the moral decline of the Roman Republic, based on the accounts of the historian Sallust (86-35 B.C.). The first is the 63 B.C. attempt by a former soldier and unsuccessful candidate for consul, Lucius Sergius Catilina (108-62 B.C.), to overthrow the republic by force; the second is the war with the North African king Jugurtha, who in 112 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
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2020-05-12 21:03:15
FELICIUS DURANTINUS, CONSTANTIUS
London: Jhon Waley, 1557. Second Edition; First Combined Edition. 190 x 138 mm. (7 1/2 x 5 1/2"). 4 p.l., lxxxvii [87], [1] (blank) leaves; 5 p.l., lvii, lvii-cxx [120] leaves. Translated by Thomas Paynell (Constantinus) and Alexander Barclay (Sallust). Second Edition; First Combined Edition. Excellent 19th century crushed brown morocco, gilt, by W. Pratt (stamp-signed on front turn-in), covers with central oval arabesque enclosed in gilt-rule frame with fleurons at corners, raised bands, panels with gilt ornament, gilt titling, gilt-ruled turn-ins, all edges gilt.Printed in black letter. Front pastedown with Aldenham House bookplate; front free endpaper with ink inscription of Henry H. Gibbs [later Lord Aldenham], St. Dunstans (1860) and bookplate of the Fox Pointe Collection. Pforzheimer 363; STC 10752; ESTC S101906. Trivial loss of gilt to arabesque centerpieces, a hint of shelfwear to lower edge of boards, leaves lightly pressed (as was the custom at time of binding), mild foxing to first and final leaves, occasional minor (printer's) smudges or small marginal stains, but an excellent copy, clean and crisp, in a pleasing binding.This is a mid-16th century edition of the first English version of two significant events documenting the moral decline of the Roman Republic, based on the accounts of the historian Sallust (86-35 B.C.). The first is the 63 B.C. attempt by a former soldier and unsuccessful candidate for consul, Lucius Sergius Catilina (108-62 B.C.), to overthrow the republic by force; the second is the war with the North African king Jugurtha, who in 112 B.C. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Phillip J. Pirages Fine Books and Medieval Manuscripts [United States]
2020-05-09 22:47:25
Vico, Enea
Appresso Enea Vico Parmigiano et Vincenzo Valgrisio, In Vinegia, Vinegia, 1557. Originally published in vellum, now in later plain calf, triple ruled in gilt with dentelles on edges, and red edge stain. Title page, imprimatur page, 4 pp. dedication, then 212 pages of text. numerous elaborate historiated capitals. Recent conservator's repair to front board. Extraordinarily lovely frontis of an altar "with festoons of fruits on the two centaurs, male and female; the former with a trumpet, the latter with a lyre; both mounted by lovely naked children." .aka cherubs. Woodcut printer's Device of Vincenzo Valgrisio, present at very end. First edition of Vico's luscious engraved study devoted to the coins depicting notable Roman women whose likenesses were stamped upon coins of the realm. This first edition (possibly a second issue, determined by the presence of Roman numerals on the plates) features 61 plates, plus the stunning frontis. Missing two leaves -- 187/188 & 189/190 -- upon which we assume plates LVI & LVII were supposed to be found. Quite possibly never included in original binding. Armorial bookplate to front pastedown endpaper depicting family crest belonging to Earl of Roden K.St.P., an Irish peerage created for Robert Jocelyn. Also a bookplate which reads "Caxton Stephen Ginnta; Nullus Amicus Magis Libet Quam Liber; Aldus Gutenberg Derard"; and atop that bookplate, a smaller, egg-shaped, bright yellow private library sticker bearing the name Max Salomon, beneath the encircling outspread wings of a stork or pelican. VERY clean copy of a scarce sixteenth-century titl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: AARDVARK BOOKS, ABAA [EUGENE, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-05-09 03:29:02
Bude Guillaume (1467-1540) - Budaei Gulielmi (1467-1540)
Apud Nic. Episcop. Iuniorem, 1557. Microfori di tarlo estinto al dorso, qualche spellatura ed abrasione ai piatti e lungo i bordi della copertina, esemplare fresco e pulito Marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e in fine capilettera xilografati figurati bella legatura in pelle settecentesca con dorso a sette caselle ornate con motivi fitomorfi in oro. Guillaume Budé uno dei maggiori eruditi francesi è considerato con Alciato e Zasio uno dei massimi artefici del rinnovamento umanistico degli studi giuridici. Contribuì anche alla creazione del College de France e del patrimonio librario della Biblioteca Nazionale
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-05 09:52:53
1557. Divini PLATONIS opera omnia Marsilio FICINO interprete. Nova editio, adhibita graeci codicis collatione à duobus doctissimis vira castigato : cuius collationis ratio ex epistola operi praefixa facile constabit. Hic accesserunt sex Platonis dealogi, nunper à Sebastiano Conrado tralati, neque unquam adhuc in hoc volumen recepti. Lyon, Antoine Vincent, 1557. In folio (32 x 21 cm), veau du temps (mors fendus, coiffes arrachées, bord des plats rapés laissant apparaître le carton), quelques rousseurs éparses, petite déchirure au titre, 8 ff. (titre, Antoine Vincent au lecteur, Simon Grynaeus au lecteur, prooemium, vie de Platon par FICIN et privilège) + 667 pp. + 16 ff. (index), lettrines, quelques figures géométrique dans le texte, traduction et commentaires de l'oeuvre du célèbre philosophe antique Platon (428-347?) par Marsile FICIN (1433-1499) poète et philosophe italien, l'un des philosophes humanistes les plus influents de la première renaissance italienne. Il dirigea l'académie Platocienne de Florence fondée en 1459 par Cosme de Médicis. Ficin s'intéressa également à la magie, l'astrologie, l'occultisme. Son oeuvre de traducteur et d'exégète du platonisme eut une importance considérable dans l'Europe de la renaissance. Doué d'un sens de la pensée antique hors du commun ses interprétations sont toujours des guides et des références dans l'érudition moderne. Première édition contenant la traduction inédite par Sebastiano CONRADO de 6 dialogues de Platon considérés comme apocryphes : De justo, de virtute, Demodocus, Sisyphus, Eryxias, definitiones. Cachet au titre : du … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LE PETIT GRIMOIRE Livres Anciens (loudnessfr) [Achun, France]
2020-05-04 14:45:17
Thomas von Aquin
Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes, 1557. Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails D. Thomae Aquinatis Enarrationes, quas cathenam vere auream dicunt. In quatuor evangelia ex vetustissimorum codicum colatione, quantum licuit emendatiores quam hactenus in lucem editae. Additus est Index rerum scitu dignarum. Thomas von Aquin, Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes, 1557. 338 Bl. + Index Leder Sprache: Lateinisch Bestell-Nr: 1168218 Bemerkungen: Seltene Ausgabe, 1557 bei Hieronymus von Marnes in Paris erschienen. Imp.-Fol., dekorativer blindgeprägter weißer Schweinslederband der Zeit. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempel u. Rückensignatur. Einband nachgedunkelt u. ewt. fleckig. Schließen intakt. Minimaler Wurmstich an Fuß- und Vordersteg, kein Textverlust. Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt, vereinzelt minimaler Braunstich. Bindung fest, Text sauber. Ein schönes Exemplar. --- Rare issue, published in 1557 by Hieronymus de Marnes in Paris. Imp.-fol, beautifully bound in contemporary pigskin leather. Ex-library book with stamp and catalogue no. on spine. Book clasps intact. Boards darkened and slightly stained. Minimal damaged by worms, pages slightly darkened, few brown spots. Binding tight, text clean. A fine copy.EUR 1.198,50 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Wir versenden auf Rechnung. Sie brauchen daher KEINE VORKASSE leisten. Nach Erhalt der Ware, überweisen Sie den Kaufpreis bitte innerhalb von 14 Tagen auf mein angegebenes Konto (gern auch via PayPal). Sollten Sie wider Erwarten nicht zufrieden sein, so senden Sie das Buch bitte an mich zurück. Risikoloser kann man nicht … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: antiquariat_bookfarm [Leipzig, Germany]
2020-05-01 03:17:25
(LOPEZ DE GOMARA Francisco)
Venetia,: appresso Andrea Arrivabene, 1557. Venetia, appresso Andrea Arrivabene, 1557. In-16 p., (mm. 150x100), p. pergam. rigida antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 18 cc.nn., 324 cc.num., marca tipograf. al frontespizio e con alcune grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta, inc. su legno. Questa “seconda parte” è dedicata alla conquista del Peru (fino alla pacificazione effettuata da Gasca), delle Antille, del Chile e dell’America Centrale e anche al viaggio di Magellano e alla scoperta delle Molucche. “La prima parte de la cronica del gran regno del Perù, con la descrittione di tutte le provincie, e costumi, e riti, con le nuove città edificate..” fu scritta in lingua spagnola da Pedro Cieza de Leon. Come precisa Brunet, l’opera doveva essere composta da 4 parti ma solo la prima fu pubblicata (a Siviglia nel 1553; nella versione italiana, a Roma, 1555). La “cronica del regno del Peru” fu completata dallo storico spagnolo Francesco Lopez de Gomara, con la sua importante “Historia general de las Indias”, tradotta in italiano, in prima ediz. a Roma nel 1556, col titolo “La historia generale delle Indie Occidentali..” e, in seconda ediz. a Venezia, 1557, col titolo “La seconda parte delle historie generali dell’India..”. “Francisco Lopez de Gomara (1512 - 1560?), ecclesiastico, studiò ad Alcalà, venne a Roma, e fu poi in America cappellano di Ferdinando Cortés. Nel 1552 fu pubblicata a Saragozza la sua famosa "Historia general de las Indias" divisa in due parti: la prima narra la storia dell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-04-30 16:57:09
ROBORTELLUS (ROBORTELLO) Francesco
Patavii,: apud Innocentium Olmum, 1557. Patavii, apud Innocentium Olmum, 1557. In-4 p. (mm. 288x200), p. pergam. coeva, decoraz. a secco ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su tassello, 8 cc.nn., 59 cc.num., 1 c.nn., bella vignetta al frontespizio. "Edizione originale", dedicata “ad Ioannem Donatum Patritium Venetum”. Cfr. Adams,II, p. 152 - Graesse,VI,141. “Francesco Robortello (o Robertelli) (1516-1567), umanista udinese, professò eloquenza a Lucca, Pisa, Venezia, Bologna e Padova; pubblicò classici antichi con note, compose dissertazioni di antichità romane per alcune delle quali ebbe una fiera polemica con C. Sigonio che aveva trattato gli stessi argomenti. Ma l’opera sua più famosa e più importante è la traduzione latina della "Poetica" di Aristotile (1548), accompagnata da ampio commento”. Così Diz. Treccani,X,478 Frontesp. restaurato al margine interno per manc., altim. esempl. ben conservato.
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2020-04-29 22:55:08
DURER Albert
Parisiis,: in Officina Caroli Perier, 1557. Parisiis, in Officina Caroli Perier, 1557. In-4 p. (mm. 307x204), elegante legatura in p. pelle mod., cornici a secco e picc. decorazioni oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro, 4 cc.nn., 122 cc.num. (di cui 4, ripiegate: n2 - r1 - r2 e v4 - sono segnate come singole ma contate come doppie nella numerazione). Il volume è ornato da una bella marca tipografica al frontespizio (raffigura un cavaliere su Pegaso nell’intento di trafiggere un drago con la lancia e, sullo sfondo, una città), da una pregevole testata e grandi iniziali a grottesche, ed è illustrato nel da 145 figure (corpi umani della grandezza della pagina), da alc. particolari (crani, mani e piedi) e da diagrammmi. Le interessanti illustrazioni sono copie delle silografie originali di Duerer della prima edizione tedesca, Norimberga, 1528. Celebrata ed importante opera. Cfr. Choulant, p. 143 e ss: "Albrecht Duerer (Nuremberg 1471 - 1528), like Leonardo da Vinci, wrote treatises on mathematics, chemistry, hydraulics, anatomy, and other scientific subjects.. He was one of the first artists in Germany who practiced and taught the rules of perspective, which he is said to have learned from Lucas von Leyden.. His book on human proportions was prepared for the press after his death by his lifelong friend Willibald Pirkheimer, and it appeared in October, 1528.. The work is divided into four books. The first two books treat of the proper proportions of the human form and its separate members, according to a constructed scale. He first divide … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-26 16:08:04
LYCOSTHENES CONRAD.
Basilea, Henricus Petri, 1557. In-folio; 6 cc., 670 pp., 1 c. non numerata, assai numerose illustrazioni xilografiche nel testo tra le quali una a doppia pagina con mostri marini e un'altra a piena pagina con la carta geografica della Sicilia. Legatura settecentesca in pelle marmorizzata, tassello in marocchino con titolo e fregi floreali in oro al dorso, doppio filetto in oro ai labbri, merletto interno decorato in oro, tagli rossi (minimi restauri). Leggere gore marginali, rari discreti interventi di rinforzo e restauro ai margini, titolo corrente alle pp. 24-25 rifilato, strappetto al margine inferiore di p. 89 e all'angolo superiore di p. 603, verso dell'ultima carta lievemente macchiato. Ex libris manoscritto coevo al titolo 'Lopes Theologi Burdig.', tre annotazioni marginali in francese di diversa mano contemporanea, un'immagine censurata e commentata da mano antica a p. 427. Prima edizione. L'opera è una suggestiva e influente antologia, riccamente illustrata, di notizie di eventi prodigiosi, mostri, portenti, animali esotici e fantastici, tramandate dalla storia sino alla data della pubblicazione dell'opera e a partire da Adamo ed Eva. Ciò che colpisce immediatamente è l'abbondanza di visionarie figure che accompagnano il testo, oltre 100 xilografie realizzate tra gli altri, da Hans Rudolph Manuel Deutsch e David Kandel. L'illustrazione a p. 494 che raffigura un oggetto volante simile ad un'astronave avvistato in Arabia nel 1479, è considerata la prima rappresentazione di un UFO. L'antico possessore dell'esemplare sembra da identifcarsi con il teologo domenicano Lui … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Mediolanum [Italy]
2020-04-22 22:08:44
BASSANTIN (Jacques). (James BASSANTYNE)
Lion (Lyon): 1557. voir descriptif. BASSANTIN (Jacques). (James BASSANTYNE). Astronomique discours. Lion (Lyon), Jean de Tournes, 1557. In-folio (407 x 300mm.) de 285 pages réglées y compris le titre avec la belle marque au semeur de Jean de Tournes, grandes initiales à fond criblé, le privilège au verso de la page 285, 175 gravures sur bois dont 14 comportent des volvelles , soit 36 volvelles (dont une en fac-similé). La page 208 réenmargée, 27 feuillets sont en fac-similés sur papier ancien (les 17 premiers feuillets et les 10 derniers), importante coloration p. 195 à 250, correspondant à la teinte du contour des volvelles et vraisembablement au renversement du pot de teinte en partie sup. des feuillets. Vélin doré d'époque, motif central à froid sur les plats, dos plat orné de fleurons (restaurations au dos, gardes renouvelées) Edition originale du plus important ouvrage d'astronomie publié en France au XVII ème siècle. Le calcul des positions planétaires de l'écossais Jacques Bassantin (vers 1500-68), l'Astronomique discours, a suivi le célèbre Astronomicum Caesareum de Peter Apian (1495-1552) (1540). Il comprend parmi ses 175 gravures sur bois un total de 14 volvelles (une est en fac-similé), ici complétées par les 36 pièces mobiles. Les disques de ces instruments en papier remplissent de nombreuses fonctions associées à l'astrolabe, telles que la simulation du mouvement des planètes, la prise en compte du temps et l'assistance aux questions pratiques de l'arpentage et de l'astrologie. «Un astronome écossais de grande renommée», Bassantin n'a pas ménagé ses efforts pou … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE BERTRAN (livresanciens76) [Rouen, FR]
2020-04-20 10:08:11
1557. (see English version below) EPITOME PONTIFICUM ROMANORUM A S. Petro usque ad Paulum IIII Gestorum (videlicet) electionisque singulorum,& Conclavium compendiaria narrati. Cardinalium item nomina, dignitatum tituli, insignia legationes, patrIa & obitus. ONUPHRIO PANVINIO VERONENSI F. AUGUSTINIANO AUTHORE. Ex Musaeo Iacobi Stradae Mantuani, civis Romani, Antiquarj. Cum Caes.ae Ser.mi Rom regis, ac Ill.mi Senatus Veneti gratia, & Privilegis. VENETIIS Impensin Iacobi Stradae Mantuani. M D. LVII. (1557) Rara edizione di Onofrio Panvino (1529-1568) della storia dei papi da Pietro a Paolo IV, papa dal 1555 al 1559. Con gli stemmi, scudi e insegne dei papi e cardinali. Opera finanziata dal collezionista e mercante mantovano Iacopo Strada (1515-1588). Interessante la marca tipografica del libraio e stampatore itinerante Thomas Guerini o Guarinus di Tournai (1529-1592) che fu libraio a Lione dal 1549 al 1556, poi stampatore a Basilea dal 1557 alla sua morte. A Lione pubblicò l'edizione latina e quella francese delle Epitome Thesauri Antiquitatum di Iacopo Strada del 1553. Questa edizione delle Epitome con indirizzo di Venezia fu stampata a Basilea da Guerin (Informazioni dall'asta ALDE n. 15, giugno 2007) con il privilegio di Carlo V (imperatore dal 1519 al 1556), Ferdinando I d'Asburgo (imperatore dal 1556 al 1564) a cui è dedicata e del Senato veneziano (Doge Lorenzo Priuli nel 1557). Rossetti 7797 cita una edizione come la nostra mentre una libreria cita la stessa edizione con aggiunta delle lettere EXEMPLUM PRIVILEGJ CAESAREI e EXEMPLUM PRIVILEGIJ REGIJ e EXEMPLUM PRIVILEGIJ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: grandetoile [roma, RM, IT]
2020-04-18 16:48:09
Sigonio Carlo
Venice: 1557. Shipment will always and only traceable. We make a single shipment for more items purchased. Shipping worldwide. The pictures below are an important part of the description. Therefore the pictures must be viewed carefully. We accept payment with -B-a-n-k-T-r-a-n-s-f-e-r- At the discretion of europe buyers or holding a paypal account in Euro: if buyers have an Euro account, we prefer to receive payment through paypal in Euro. Due to of the continuous change of Dollar and Euro, for the payment we will see and we will take valid the final price (in Euro) when the auction will be terminated. Per gli acquirenti italiani: se il pagamento sarà effettuato tramite bonifico bancario la spedizione sarà gratuita. Please make bid only if you are truly interested to buy. Thanks and good auction! TITLE: Caroli Sigonii emendationum libri duo. : Quorum argumentum proximae pagellae indicabunt. Venetiis : Paulus Manutius M. D. LVII.. [1557] Complete. [12], 159 [i.e. 155], [1] leaves in Latin. In 4to (17 x 22 cm). Binding of 18th century in full vellum. Internal in good conditions. Title page with restoration. The three leaves after title page and last two leaves with marginal restorations (no loss of text). Few leaves with some brownings. Last 20 leaves with water stain. Provenance: Ex-libris "Leon Baumgartner". Notes: Signatures: A⁴, a⁴, B-Z⁴, Aa-Ss⁴. Sig. Sf4 is a blank. Numerous errors in foliation, including numbers 21-24 omitted. Renouard names Paulus Manutius as the printer. Without imprint or colophon. Printed in Roman type. Initial "N" on sig. B3 verso is inverted. Aldin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: the.lord.of.the.books [Abbiate Guazzone, IT]
2020-04-17 11:23:15
SARDI (Alessandro).
55825 SARDI (Alessandro). De Moribus ac Ritibus Gentium Libri III. Nun primum in 1557 SARDI (Alessandro). De Moribus ac Ritibus Gentium Libri III. Nun primum in lucem editi...Venise, Stella Iordani Zileti, 1557.RELIE AVEC (en tête): 2). SEVERUS (Sulpicius). Sacrae Historiae à mundi exordio ad sua usque tempora deductae, lib. II. Nunc primum in lucem editi... Basileae, Oporinus (1556). In-8. 1). 8ff. 265pp. 1f. 2). 192pp. Parchemin de l'époque à recouvrements. Edition Originale de cet ouvrage de l'érudit italien Alessandro Sardi (1520-1588) sur les coutumes sociales, pédagogiques, judiciaires, nuptiales, militaires, chez différents peuples.Il contient notamment des recherches curieuses sur les moeurs sexuelles de différentes sociétés ("Virgines quae faciunt ante nuptias", "Sponsa cum viro concumbens et cum pluribus", "Virginum, mulierumque loca, opera, impudicitia, meretrices, mulieres facie obtecta", etc.).2). Edition Originale du principal ouvrage de l'historien français originaire d'Aquitaine Sulpice Sevère, écrit dans un latin élégant et pur. "Cette première édition est rare et est recherchée à cause du traité qui concerne les anciennes liturgies latines" (Brunet, V, 321).Le titre de ce second ouvrage présente une découpure avec manque de texte, réparée, au centre.
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-13 19:13:31
Thomas von Aquin
Paris: Hieronymus de Marnes, 1557. 338 Bl. + Index Leder Seltene Ausgabe, 1557 bei Hieronymus von Marnes in Paris erschienen. Imp.-Fol., dekorativer blindgeprägter weißer Schweinslederband der Zeit. Ehemaliges Bibliotheksexemplar mit Stempel u. Rückensignatur. Einband nachgedunkelt u. ewt. fleckig. Schließen intakt. Minimaler Wurmstich an Fuß- und Vordersteg, kein Textverlust. Seiten leicht nachgedunkelt, vereinzelt minimaler Braunstich. Bindung fest, Text sauber. Ein schönes Exemplar. --- Rare issue, published in 1557 by Hieronymus de Marnes in Paris. Imp.-fol, beautifully bound in contemporary pigskin leather. Ex-library book with stamp and catalogue no. on spine. Book clasps intact. Boards darkened and slightly stained. Minimal damaged by worms, pages slightly darkened, few brown spots. Binding tight, text clean. A fine copy. Versand D: 5,00 EUR
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bookfarm [Germany]
2020-04-11 14:19:09
Budé Guillaume (Budaeus Gulielmus)
Nicolaum Episcopium Iuniorem, 1557. (Codice AN/3034) In 4º (32,5 cm) (22)399(33)-190(38) pp. Tomo terzo (di 5) delle opere del dotto grecista e uomo di stato francese (1467-1540) pubblicate insieme per la prima volta a cura dell'umanista protestante Celio Secondo Curione. Due volumi in un tomo: il secondo, FORENSIA, contiene i commenti iuridici e processuali. Due frontespizi con belle marche tipografiche, l'allegoria centrale è ripetuta alle ultime pagine. Grandi capilettera figurati, nitida e fresca impressione su bella carta candida, esente da ingialliture, ampi margini (il superiore più corto). Un piccolo lavoro di tarlo marginale nelle ultime pagine, che non tocca il testo, "manine" e antiche note marginali a penna in latino, firma al primo frontespizio. Solida, elegante legatura del primo '700 in piena pelle con qualche abrasione, ma valida e integra. Dorso a 6 nervi, scomparti ornati con ricchi motivi floreali, tassello e titolo oro, tagli colorati. Eccellente cinquecentina, Euro 1400.00 ~~~ SPEDIZIONE IN ITALIA SEMPRE TRACCIATA
Bookseller: Bergoglio Libri d'Epoca [Italy]
2020-04-06 13:16:05
Robert Ceneau (ou Cenalis) et Guillaume Paradin
Deux ouvrages, sans rapport l'un avec l'autre, écrits en latin, reliés ensemble dans une reliure muette en peau de porc, format 21 x 31 cm. Ex-libris manuscrit sur les pages de titre « Bibliotheca St Germani a pratis » (St Germain des Prés). Quelques traces de mouillures. Pour le premier ouvrage : Auteur, Robert Ceneau (Roberti Coenalis), imprimé par Galliot du Pré en 1557. -Page de titre. Au dos « Summa privilegii » (suprêmes privilèges), à notre roi très chrétien Henri II, signé Camus. -Epistola nuncupatoria (lettre dédicatoire) « Toto orbe christiano regnantium christianissimo regi Henrico foe liciter secundo,....... vehementer exoptat. » 22 pages, non paginées. -Index alphabétique, 34 pages, sur 2 colonnes, non paginées -2 pages d'indications diverses. (sommaire, au lecteur) -ouvrage proprement dit : Gallica historia in duos tomos ... (Histoire de France...), les 2 tomes à la suite. Seules les pages de droite sont numérotées de 1 à 182, ce qui fait 364 pages. -Index des noms de lieux, 18 pages non numérotées, sur 2 colonnes. -« logo » de Galliot du Pré. Pour le second ouvrage : Auteur, Guillaume Paradin (Gulielmi Paradini) imprimeur « Lugduni, apud Ioan. Tornaesium » (à Lyon chez Jean de Tournes) 1548. -Page de titre. Au dos, privilège du roi, écrit en français, signé Bollioud. -Lettre de l'auteur, 4 pages, -1 page, au lecteur, poème en grec de Nicolas Bourbon. -ouvrage proprement dit : Memoriae nostrae...( Notre histoire...), les 4 tomes à la suite, 182 pages. -Index des événements importants dans ce livre, 11 pages sur 2 colonnes. Dans l'espace laissé libre à la fin … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres anciens et d'occasion [France, Vandenesse]
2020-03-29 09:00:05
HERODOTUS
Basel, Johannes Herwagen u. Bernhard Brand, 1557. 4°. 10 Bll., 310 S. Mit 2 Initialen u. Druckermarke. HPgmt. d. 19. Jhdts. Kl. Wurmgänge durch die letzten 6 Bll. Schwacher, schmaler Wasserrand a. d. letzten Bll. VD16 H2508; BM STC 399; Adams H396 - Handschriftl. Besitzeintrag von Ludwig Stern 1863, der ein anerkannter Philologie, Ägyptologe, Koptologe und Bibliothekar war. - Zweite Ausgabe der "Historien", die zuvor 1541 ebenfalls bei Herwagen erschienen waren. Die editio princeps erfolgte 1502 bei Aldus. Die Historien sind das einzige erhaltene Werk Herorots, der von Cicero als Vater der Geschichtsschreibung benannt wurde. Der Beitragsautor Georgios Gemistos (Psd. Pletho, ca. 1360-1452), ein platonistischer Philosoph in Mistra am Südpeloponnes war Ratgeber des letzten byzantinischen Kaisers Konstantin, nahm am Konzil von Ferrara/Florenz teil, wo es um die Frage der Kirchenunion zwischen der katholischen und der griechisch-orthodoxen Kirche ging. Der Herausgeber Joachim Camerarius (1500-1557), ein Humanist und Universalgelehrter, befreundet mit Melanchthon verfasste das Vorwort zu dieser Ausgabe, das u.a. eine kurze Vita Herodots sowie Worterläuterungen enthält./ 4°. 10 ll., 310 pp. with 2 initials and printers mark. Half vellum binding (19th cent.). Some wormholes through last 6 leaves. - Handwritten entry by Ludwig Stern 1863, who was a known philologist, egyptologist, coptologist and librarian. ? Second edition of the ?Histories?, first published by Herwagen 1541. The ?editio princeps? at Aldus 1502. The ?Histories? are the only surviving work by Herorot, who was named … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2020-03-22 15:28:42
Strada, Iacopo
Andream Gesnerum (Andrea Gesner) (Tiguri: per Andream Gesnerum, Calend. Martij 1557). in-8° (cm 20 x 12); leg. coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso e alette ai bordi laterali dei piatti; pp. (72), 335; marca tipografica al front., capilettera xilografati, num. inc. in b/n raffiguranti le immagini degli imperatori romani riportate sulle monete ed i medaglioni descritti nel testo. Seconda ed. in latino (la prima è stata pubblicata a Lione nel 1553), importante e raro trattato di numismatica antica di Iacobus De Strada, famoso studioso e collezionista, che raccolse, descrisse ed illustrò le monete piu' significative dall'eta' classica al regno dell'Imperatore Carlo V. Prov.: indicazione d'appartenenza su etichetta attaccata al contropiatto a nome T.& E. Lloyd, con stemma e motto "Esto vigilans"; altra indic. d'app. manoscritta al frontespizio a nome Leycester - Edimburgh 1844; tracce di colla alla guardia libera, residuo di etichetta d'appartenenza rimossa. Rif.: IT\ICCU\VIAE\001992. OCLC, 504877698 (one copy in UK) and 781945950. Cond.: leggere tracce d'uso, qualche macchia e lievissimi difetti; bellissima cinquecentina, stato di conservazione molto buono. -- Printer's device on title-page, 391 splendid portrait medallion woodcuts representing coins and medals and 97 additional medallion woodcuts without the portraits filled in. 8vo. [36]ff. 335pp. Fine second Latin edition of Strada's important work first published in Lyon, 1553, with a French edition appearing only a month later. Gesner published a German translation in 1558 and a magnificent folio editi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Collezionando [Italy]
2020-03-19 13:54:10
BACON, Roger.
Lyon: Macé Bonhomme, 1557. First edition. First edition of this extremely rare collection, which includes the first French translation and second appearance overall of the famous 'Mirror of Alchemy' of the 'Doctor Mirabilis' Roger Bacon; the first English translation was published in 1597. The works L'elixir des philosophes and L'art transmutatoire are published here for the first time; all the other works are the first vernacular editions. Bacon's "skill in mathematics, experimental science and mechanical inventions was so remarkable for his time that ... he acquired the reputation ... of being a magician" (Ferguson I, p. 65). He was "the first Englishman who is known to have cultivated alchemical philosophy" (Waite, p. 63). Bacon maintained that alchemy is "a Science, teaching how to transforme any kind of mettall into another ... by a proper medicine ... Alchemy therefore is a science teaching how to make and compound a certain medicine, which is called Elixir, the which when it is cast upon mettals or imperfect bodies, doth fully protect them" (quoted in Linden, p. 4). "Bacon's discussions of alchemy are scattered throughout his work ... at times recall[ing] Aristotle's theories concerning the origins of metals and Geber's sulphur-mercury theory: they are notable for their clarity of expression and general avoidance of alchemical jargon" (ibid., p. 111). Bacon explored "the purification of gold beyond the present achievements of alchemy," intent on "producing astonishing as well as practically useful effects by harnessing the hidden powers of nature" (DSB). Some of thes … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Denmark]
2020-03-18 09:04:44
BACON, Roger
Macé Bonhomme, Lyon, 1557. First edition of this extremely rare collection, which includes the first French translation and second appearance overall of the famous 'Mirror of Alchemy' of the 'Doctor Mirabilis' Roger Bacon; the first English translation was published in 1597. The works L'elixir des philosophes and L'art transmutatoire are published here for the first time; all the other works are the first vernacular editions. Bacon's "skill in mathematics, experimental science and mechanical inventions was so remarkable for his time that . he acquired the reputation . of being a magician" (Ferguson I, p. 65). He was "the first Englishman who is known to have cultivated alchemical philosophy" (Waite, p. 63). Bacon maintained that alchemy is "a Science, teaching how to transforme any kind of mettall into another . by a proper medicine . Alchemy therefore is a science teaching how to make and compound a certain medicine, which is called Elixir, the which when it is cast upon mettals or imperfect bodies, doth fully protect them" (quoted in Linden, p. 4). "Bacon's discussions of alchemy are scattered throughout his work . at times recall[ing] Aristotle's theories concerning the origins of metals and Geber's sulphur-mercury theory: they are notable for their clarity of expression and general avoidance of alchemical jargon" (ibid., p. 111). Bacon explored "the purification of gold beyond the present achievements of alchemy," intent on "producing astonishing as well as practically useful effects by harnessing the hidden powers of nature" (DSB). Some of these effects are described b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SOPHIA RARE BOOKS [Koebenhavn V, Denmark]
2020-03-13 07:12:13
BAUDOUIN
Basileae [Bâle]: 1557. BAUDOUIN François [BALDUINUS ] - Francisci Balduini Iuriscons. Commentarij. De legibus XII tabularum. [Ensemble] Ad edicta veterum principum Rom. de Christianis. [Ensemble] Iuris civilis Catechesis ex Fran. Balvini iuriscons. praelectionibus. BAUDOUIN François [BALDUINUS ] Francisci Balduini Iuriscons. Commentarij. De legibus XII tabularum. [Ensemble] Ad edicta veterum principum Rom. de Christianis. [Ensemble] Iuris civilis Catechesis ex Fran. Balvini iuriscons. praelectionibus. Per Ioannem Oporinum, Basileae [Bâle] 1557, in-8 (12,5x18,5cm), (1f. tit.) (5f. epis.) (1f.) 252pp. (7f. index) 121pp. (10p. index) 14pp. (1f. errata) 211pp. (19p. index), relié. Troisième édition, première in-8 à Bâle après deux in-folio parues à Paris en 1550 et 1554 pour le premier texte. Les deux textes suivants sont en édition originale. Texte sur une colonne, 33 lignes par colonne. Absent à Brunet.Reliure en plein veau brun moucheté XVIIIe. Dos à cinq nerfs orné d'une pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, de caissons et fleurons dorés. Toutes tranches rouges. Mors du plat supérieur fendu sur toute la longueur. Petits travaux de vers sur le premier plat et en coiffe de queue du plat inférieur. Trois coins émoussés. Pâles mouillures. Infime travail de vers sur la première garde.A la fois éminent juriste et non moins renommé théologien de la Renaissance, François Baudouin a animé ses études d'une thèse très particulière à la jonction des deux disciplines ; il s'est donc mis en quête des sources historiques et véritables du droit, et particulièrement du droit romain. Son travail … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2020-03-11 16:28:29
Onofrio Panvinio
Venedig: Jacobi Strada, 1557. SELTENE CHRONIK DER PÄPSTE"EPITOME PONTIFICUM ROMANORUM ..."HUNDERTE WAPPEN-HOLZSCHNITTE ANNO 1557VENEDIG,JACOBI STRADAERSTE AUSGABE Sicherheit und Vertrauen in wirkliche Werte sind gerade in diesen Tagen das höchste Gut. Mit Drucken, Handschriften und Grafiken von sedulitas kunstmarketing erwerben Sie originale, seltene, repräsentative und sammelwürdige historische Kunstobjekte. _____________________________________________________________ SELTENE CHRONIK DER PÄPSTE IN ERSTER AUSGABE - ANNO 1557 TITEL„EPITOME PONTIFICUM ROMANORUM A S. Petro usque ad Paulum IIII. Gestorum (videlicet) electionisque singulorum, & Conclavium compendiaria narratio ..." AUTOROnyphrio Panvinio, Onofrio Panvinio, latinisiert auch Onuphrius Panvinius.(1530 in Verona - 1568 in Palermo). War Theologe, Kirchenhistoriker und Antiquar. Der in ärmlichen Verhältnissen aufgewachsene Panvinio erhielt eine humanistische Ausbildung, lebte in Rom in unterschiedlichen Haushalten von Kardinälen und machte sich einen Namen um die Erforschung der Kirchengeschichte. Er lernte u.a. Paulus Manutius kennen, dessen ausgezeichnete Lateinkenntnisse ihn veranlassten, Manutius 1561 nach Rom zu holen, wo er zum Leiter der päpstlichen Druckerei ernannt wurde.Panvinio wurde von den Humanisten seiner Zeit hoch geschätzt und sein Werk gilt als wichtiges Quellenwerk. DRUCKER / VERLAGVenedig, Jacobi Strada, 1557. BESCHREIBUNGSeltene erste Ausgabe dieser Chronik der Päpste, die von den Anfängen bis in die Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts reicht. Enthalten sind alle Päpste bis Paul IV. mit Listen ihrer Kardi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, DE]
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