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2017-10-28 04:29:44
Hosius Stanislaus
VD 16, H 5143 - Adams 1026 - Extreicher XVIII, 279 - vgl. Wetzer-W. VI, 297f.- Seltene Wiener Ausgabe (erstmals 1557 in Dillingen erschienen).- Stanislaus Hosius (1504-1579) war Bischof von Ermland, Kardinal und später einer der päpstlichen Legaten beim Konzil von Trient. Mit seiner "Confessio", die auf den Beschlüssen der Synode von Petrikau aufbauend, bewußt der protestantischen "Confessio Augustana" entgegengestellt ist, wurde er der Begründer der Gegenreformation in Polen, die zu einer vollständigen Rekatholisierung des Landes führte. Seine Glaubensdarstellung baut nach den katechetischen Hauptstücken auf und ist vielleicht das bedeutendste literarische Dokument der Gegenreformation überhaupt.- Vorderer Innendeckel und Titelblatt mit alten handschr. Eintragungen, Porträtholzschnitt im linken Seitenrand etwas angeschnitten, tls. etwas fleckig und stellenweise etwas wurmstichig, Ebd. berieben und bestoßen.# Rare Vienna edition (for the first time published 1557 in Dillingen), in the year when Stanislaus Hosius became cardinal.- Hosius was not distinguished as a theologian, though he drew up the Confessio fidei christiana catholica, adopted by the Synod of Piotrków in 1557. He was, however, supreme as a diplomat and administrator. The Pope consecrated Hosius to fight the ongoing conversions to Protestantism.- Portrait woodcut in the left margin slightly cut, partly a little stained and partially somewhat wormy, cover rubbed and bumped.
Antiquar: Antiquariat Johannes Müller [Salzburg, Austria]
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2017-10-28 04:04:53
(Bible, Latin)
Basilaea [Basel]: Nicolaum Bryling [Nicolaus Brylinger], 1557. Woodcut border and printer's device on title. INCOMPLETE. [8], 479 [of 500], [8] leaves. Lacking ff. 46-56 & 61-70. 1 vols. 8vo. Bound in contemporary blind panel-stamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, clasps removed, binding worn, exposing boards on rear cover, title page detached, contemporary marginalia by Johannes Weneken throughout. Woodcut border and printer's device on title. INCOMPLETE. [8], 479 [of 500], [8] leaves. Lacking ff. 46-56 & 61-70. 1 vols. 8vo. Brylinger published the only 16th century edition of Luther's Bible in Switzerland, published one of the earliest Greek and Latin diglot Bibles, and published a series of 8vo editions of the Bible with diglot and Greek-only text which was popular with students. Darlow & Moule makes no mention of this or any other Latin-only edition by Brylinger. Front paste-down endpaper and front free endpaper display extensive annotations in Greek and Latin, presumably by Johannes Weneken. The marginal annotations provide a fascinating insight into how this book was used. Not in Darlow & Moule, but cf. 4621*; Adams 1056; OCLC: 46973017 (6 copies, only 3 of which in U.S.)
Antiquar: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2017-10-28 03:32:18
Estienne, Henri
[Geneva]: Ex Officina Henrici Stephani, 1557. Small 8vo, pp. [6], 114, signatures h2-4 possibly supplied; bound with: Estienne, Henri, Ciceronianum Lexicon Græcolatinum, [Geneva]: Ex Officina Henrici Stephani, 1557, first edition of Estienne's first original work, pp. [16], 200; bound together in full 20th-century blind-tooled calf, unlettered spine in 4 compartments, raised bands, all edges red; fine. Both title pages adorned with printer's device no. 12 (Schreiber). The first title consists of a collection of comments and corrections made to the text of Cicero; the second, the author's first original work, consists of a Greek-Latin lexicon of words, phrases, and expressions taken from the Greek of Cicero; the second section of this brief work is of all the Greek texts, with Cicero's Latin translation in parallel. "Although Renouard states that [In M.T. Ciceronis] forms one volume with [Ciceronianum Lexicon Græcilatinum], it is in fact quite separate and distinct from it, having its own title page and preface. The two works are found bound together as often as they are not," (Schreiber). Adams S1778 & S1755; Renouard, p. 116, no. 4; Schreiber 144 & 143.
Antiquar: Rulon-Miller Books [US]
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2017-10-27 21:32:40
(Bible, Latin)
Basilaea [Basel]: Nicolaum Bryling [Nicolaus Brylinger], 1557. Woodcut border and printer's device on title. INCOMPLETE. [8], 479 [of 500], [8] leaves. Lacking ff. 46-56 & 61-70. 1 vols. 8vo. Brylinger published the only 16th century edition of Luther's Bible in Switzerland, published one of the earliest Greek and Latin diglot Bibles, and published a series of 8vo editions of the Bible with diglot and Greek-only text which was popular with students. Darlow & Moule makes no mention of this or any other Latin-only edition by Brylinger. Front paste-down endpaper and front free endpaper display extensive annotations in Greek and Latin, presumably by Johannes Weneken. The marginal annotations provide a fascinating insight into how this book was used. Not in Darlow & Moule, but cf. 4621*; Adams 1056; OCLC: 46973017 (6 copies, only 3 of which in U.S.). Bound in contemporary blind panel-stamped pigskin over bevelled wooden boards, clasps removed, binding worn, exposing boards on rear cover, title page detached, contemporary marginalia by Johannes Weneken throughout.
Antiquar: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
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2017-10-27 15:25:37
Odoni, Rinaldo.
Venedig (Paolo Manuzio) Format: [4] XXXVI Bl Mit Holzschnitt-Druckmarke auf dem Titel Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit neuerem (teils abgeplatzten) Rückenschild leicht fleckig und gewellt ein Einriss ohne die Bindebänder, 1557. Seltene Aldine vom Schwager des Paolo Manutio*** Erste Ausgabe der peripatetischen Philosophie, nach dem Namen der der philosophischen Schule des Aristoteles "Peripatos", über die sterbliche und unsterbliche Seele. Autor ist der italienische Humanist und Schwager des berühmten Verlegers Paolo Manutio Rinaldo Odoni. Die hübsche Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel zeigt den von einem Delphin umwundenen Anker mit der Kapitalschrift "ALDUS".Eine zweite Ausgabe publizierte Paolo Mauzio im Jahre 1560 (Anker-Delphin 943), druckgleich und im selben Umfang. Winziger alter Stempel auf dem Titel, durchgehend sehr sauber und frisch, grandioses, breitrandiges Exemplar in zeitgenössischem Einband. Sehr selten. STC 473. Adams O-82. Renouard III, 170, 3. Bibliotheca Aldiana 95. Anker-Delphin 827. Erste Ausgabe [Attributes: First Edition]
Antiquar: Antiquariat ABATON oHG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-27 15:01:08
NANNINI, Remigio.
In Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari 1557. in-4, pp. (32), 740, elegante legatura veneziana coeva in marocchino bruno scuro, ai piatti impresse in oro fasce intrecciate, titolo e tondo con armi araldiche e Toison d'or (lievi restauri agli spigoli e alle cerniere). Tutta la legatura presenta un'inusuale filettatura a secco in verticale che ricorda la lavorazione del legno. Lo stemma al centro dei piatti, non identificato, è formato da un leone rampante con una rosa tra le zampe ed è sormontato da un cimiero e da una sorta i drago alato. Analoga lavorazione con fasce incrociate si riscontra in una legatura veneziana con le ''Rime'' di Vittoria colonna del 1548 (De Marinis, I, tav. CLIII). Prima edizione. Precede il testo la dedica a Giovanni Battista Castaldo. Impresa tipografica al titolo raffig. la fenice, finalini, testatine e capilettera ornati n.t. Contiene tra le altre le orazioni di Senofonte, Polibio, Tucidide, Sabellico, Corio.''Benchè nel frontespizio si attribuisca l'onere di questo volgarizzamenti al raccoglitore stesso. possiamo asservare che sono copiate dalle versioni del Domenichi, del Carani.'' (Annali Giolito, II, 17). Esemplare di illustre provenienza: ex libris Fustenberg. Questa legatura è descritta e illustrata in T. De Marinis ''La legatura del Rinascimento italiano nella Biblioteca Fustenberg. Amburgo, 1966'' alle p. 92 e tavola al frontespizio; fu inoltre esposta in una mostra d'arte a Ginevra sempre nel 1966. Esemplare estremamete genuino in magnifica legatura coeva (lievi aloni d'umido nel margine bianco superiore; antichi piccoli restau … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
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2017-10-26 14:35:07
[Palma (Georg), 1543-1591]; Du Rosier (Simon); Ochino (Bernardino), 1487-1564
[Geneva], Zacharie Durant, 1557. Album amicorum of the humanist-physician Georg Palma (1543-1591), in the form of a printed book, interleaved with blank paper for autograph inscriptions of his fellow-students at the university of Wittenberg, in the years 1561 to 1564. Hitherto unknown, this newly recovered Stammbuch is a significant contribution to our knowledge of Georg Palma's academic friendships - paternal friends, mentors, patrons, and fellow students. Academic alba amicorum of early date, emanating from Wittenberg, containing autograph entries from students who directly felt Melanchthon's influence, are few in number, and virtually unknown in the marketplace. [Palma (Georg)] Altdorf 1543 - 1591 Nuremberg Du Rosier (Simon) & Ochino (Bernardino) Antithesis de præclaris Christi et indignis Papæ facinoribus, cum Dei decalogis mandatis Antichristi oppositis, cumque utriusque morum descriptione : quemadmodum Sancta Scriptura tradit [Geneva]: Zacharie Durant, 1557 sextodecimo (132 × 84 mm), (48) ff., signed A-F 8 and paginated (7) 1-88 (1), printer's device on title-page (51 × 37 mm), with motto 'Non accenditur lucerna ut sub modio, sed ut in candelabro ponatur. Matth. V.' (Heitz 85; Silvestre 1075); 36 woodcuts (each c. 60 × 45 mm) printed with the text (those on pp.1, 2, 5, 6, 14, 29, 54 in contemporary hand-colouring). Interleaved by the binder (58 leaves; fragment of watermark: two towers, each with a single window, a gate between; letter 'w' in the base); 1 inscriptions on 14 pages by ten friends of Georg Palma. provenance Georg Palma (1543-1591) -- biblio … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Robin Halwas | Rare Books [United Kingdom]
2017-10-25 13:33:55
Strada, Iacopo
Andream Gesnerum (Andrea Gesner) (Tiguri: per Andream Gesnerum, Calend. Martij 1557), Tiguri (Zurigo). 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, in ottime condizioni generali. -- 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 … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Books and collectibles di Paola Suaria [Villafranca di Verona, VR, Italy]
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2017-10-25 06:44:14
GULIELMI BUDAEI
Apud Nic. Episcop. Iuniorem, 1557. pagine (18) + 399 + (1) + (32) + 190 + (36), 24 x 33 cm Rilegatura in cartone con evidenti segni del tempo, un pò imbarcata ed angoli usurati. Condizione delle pagine molto buona.
Antiquar: Libreria Bissoni [IT]
2017-10-23 19:26:29
Antique print, titled: 'Titiani Vecellii Pictoris Celeberrimi Ac Famosissinmi Vera Effigies' - Portrait of Titian engraved by Agostino Caracci after Titian's painting. Engraving / etching. on A verge type of hand-laid paper paper. Description: Source unknown, to be determined.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Agostino Caracci' after an anonymous artist. Agostino Carracci (or Caracci) (16 August 1557 – 22 March 1602) was an Italian painter and printmaker. He was the brother of the more famous Annibale and cousin of Lodovico Carracci. Condition: Good, given age. Some minor crinkles. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: BG-B13-Iscra 5 The overall size is ca. 10.7 x 14.8 inch. The image size is ca. 9 x 12.3 inch. The overall size is ca. 27.3 x 37.7 cm. The image size is ca. 22.8 x 31.3 cm.
Antiquar: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
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2017-10-19 20:59:31
MATTIOLI PIETRO ANDREA
nella bottega d'Erasmo, appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, & Baldassar Costantini, 1557. In Folio (cm. 31,5 x 22) mezza pelle posteriore sec. XIX, pp. (43 non num.), 741. Con centinaia di bellissime xilografie nel testo. Una delle prime edizioni in volgare, sconosciuta a Pritzel, Graesse e Brunet. Un vero monumento nella storia degli studi botanici, splendidamente illustrato dalle xilografie disegnate da Giorgio Liberali e incise da Wolfgang Meyerpeck per la prima edizione stampata nel 1554 per lo stesso Valgrisi, che rappresentano l'apice della raffigurazione botanica del tempo e che divennero un modello da copiare per tutti i successivi erbari fino al 1700. Ceresoli, 351. Le carte da 573 a 586, presentano piccole tracce di tarlo più che altro al margine bianco interno, brunitura al margine bianco interno di diverse pagine (vi erano inserite alcune foglie di piante anticamente), una carta dell'Epistola all'inizio staccata, dorso parzialmente staccato, peraltro buon esemplare fresco, non comune a reperirsi.
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Michelotti [IT]
2017-10-19 15:04:54
GESSNER, Conrad (1516-1565).
- Folio (380 x 245 mm). Mit 219, teilweise ganzseitigen Holzschnitten im Text. [6], CCLXIII Bl., 1 unn. Bl. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over pasteboards, top and bottom of spine and corners somewhat scuffed. Small paper flaw to the title, minor tears in margins, minimally dampstained. Zürich, Christoph Froschauer d. Ae., 1557. Erste deutsche Ausgabe des Vogelbuchs, Gessners dritter Band seiner grossartigen 'Historia animalium, qui est de avium natura', die bedeutendste und umfangreichste Datenquelle über die europäische Vogelwelt bis ins 16. Jahrhundert. Gegenüber der lateinischen Original-Ausgabe und deren 217 Holzschnitten von 1555 fügte - gewiss im Einverständnis mit Gessner - der Herausgeber und Uebersetzer Rudolf Hüsli (um 1530-1600), ein aus Langnau stammender Zürcher Pfarrer, zwei aus Olaus Magnus 1555 veröffentlichter 'Historia de gentibus septentrionalis' entlehnte Holzschnitte hinzu. Um das Buch nun einem nicht wissenschaftlich gebildeten Leser näher zu bringen, verzichtete man im deutschen Text auf das philologische Beiwerk und die antiken Zitate. Die von Gessner selbst gerne und oft geäusserten Zweifel und seine gelehrte Skepsis gegenüber tradiertem Material wandelten sich in der Uebersetzung zu reinen Feststellungen. Damit wurde "aus dem akademischen Werk Gessners ein Buch, das für den volkssprachlichen Rezipienten eine eher beschauliche und kontemplative Betrachtungsweise nahe legte" (Springer/Kinzelbach). Alle 215 Holzschnitte der lateinischen Originalausgabe sind hier wiederholt. Einige der Vorlagen stammen von Gessners Hand, andere vom Strassburger Vo … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Erasmushaus - Haus der Bücher AG [Switzerland]
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2017-10-16 14:08:57
DOLCE LODOVICO (ca. 1508-1568).
Venezia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1557. In - 8ø; 60 cc.; legatura settecentesca in tutto marocchino rosso con titolo e fregi in oro al dorso, decorazioni in oro al centro e agli angoli dei piatti inquadrati da doppio filetto in oro, merletto interno e tagli dorati, risguardi decorati in oro. Note a matita al contropiatto con la provenienza Shelton Abbey Library (Sotheby's, December 11th, 1950) e Georg Gronau (1868 - 1938, storico dell?arte, cui si devono studi fondamentali su Giovanni Bellini). Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione. Il trattato Š non a caso intitolato "l'Aretino", in omaggio alla personalit... critica pi-- autorevole nella societ... veneziana dell'epoca, e sancisce il primato della nuova pittura veneziana il cui vertice viene individuato, per la prima volta, nella figura e nell'opera del Tiziano a cui "solo si dee dare la gloria del perfetto colorire". Qui viene postulato il definitivo superamento dell'arte delle generazioni precedenti (Bellini, Vivarini) e nel contempo si contrappone al culto michelangiolesco, propugnato dal Vasari, il primato della nuova scuola rinascimentale dell'Italia settentrionale: il Correggio, il Parmigianino, il Pordenone e soprattutto Tiziano, la massima gloria della pittura veneziana. Cicognara 110. Schlosser Magnino, pp.392 e 401. Gamba 1354.
Antiquar: Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 13:52:56
SUIDAS, LEFEVRE (François) éditeur et traducteur
Paris, Jaques Kerver, rue S. Jaques aux deux Cochetz, 1557. In-16, plein vélin de l'époque à petits rabats, (32), 179, (1) f. de privilège, caractères ronds et italiques, bandeaux et lettrines. Edition originale de cette traduction française des deux premiers livres de l'œuvre de Suidas, par François Lefèvre, médecin, docteur régent de l'université de Bourges. Réputée pour son exactitude, elle est dédiée à Marguerite de France, duchesse de Berry.
Antiquar: Librairie Hatchuel [FR]
2017-10-16 13:10:18
Natura Brevium
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 13:10:18
Natura Brevium
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 12:59:53
PARADIN, Claude. Le premier livre du genre
Lyon : Jean de Tournes, 1557 In-12, 261-(1) pages. Velin de l'époque (quelques traces d'usage). Petite mouillure angulaire aux derniers feuillets. Ex-libris manuscrit et cachets du collège jésuite de Castres. Autre ex-libris manuscrit : "Marie Dubatut" (sans doute fin XVIIe). Marque typographique de Jean I de Tournes au verso du dernier feuillet. Deuxième édition, en partie originale, de cet important livre d'emblèmes. "Publié pour la première fois en 1551 à Lyon par Jean de Tournes et Guillaume Gazeau, le recueil de Claude Paradin est le premier recueil français de 'devises héroïques', et même, hors de France, le premier du genre." (Chatelain, n° 42, pour l'édition de 1622).Considéré comme l'un des plus influents livres de devises et d'emblèmes français publiés dans la deuxième moitié du XVIe siècle, les Devises héroïques, dédiées à Théode de Marzé, furent composées par le chanoine et historien Claude Paradin (1510-1590). Publiée par les mêmes imprimeurs que la première édition, Jean I de Tournes et Guillaume Gazeau, celle-ci contient 182 emblèmes gravés sur bois par Bernard Salomon (ca 1506-1561) dit le Petit Bernard, surmontés d'une devise en latin et accompagnés par un texte explicatif en français. Parmi ces 182 emblèmes, 64 sont nouveaux d'après Landwher, alors que Brun considère que 70 sont nouveaux et 8 regravés. L'illustration compte également un beau titre orné d'un encadrement historié à figures grotesques. Voet 1951 ; Landwehr 564 ; Praz p.444 ; Mortimer I, n° 410 ; Brunet, IV, 358.
Antiquar: Librairie Michel Bouvier [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 12:59:52
AGATHARCHIDES.)
Geneva: Henri Estienne, 1557. Octavo (161 x 106 mm). Eighteenth-century speckled calf, title gilt to spine within double fillet panel in second compartment, similar panels containing flower and vase tools to the other compartments, double fillet panel to the boards. Erosion on the boards from the sprinkling now stabilised, restoration to headcaps and joints, light toning, mild damp-stain to the upper inner quadrant of the text from the rear, overall very good. Greek types. Editiones principes of these five Greek histories, including Photius's version "On the Erythrean [Red] Sea" by Agatharchides, one of the most important sources for Arabia in classical antiquity. With a copy of the Hakluyt Society translation of Agatharchides's account by Stanley M. Burstein (1989), in very good condition with the dust jacket. "Agatharchides' original text is lost, but extracts and digests of it are found in three later authors: Diodorus Siculus, Strabo and the collection of extracts made by the Byzantine theologian Photius in the ninth century AD Of these three witnesses the Photius text is considered closest to the original" (Retso, The Arabs in Antiquity, p. 295): Diodorus extensively altered the text to fit his "distinctive literary style", whereas Strabo's immediate source was not Agatharchides at all but the lost geography by Artemidorus of Ephesus (Burstein, Agatharchides of Cnidus, p. 38). Photius's version is unique in referring to an aromatic plant "which in Arabic (arabistii) is called larimna", a passage found at p. 71 of the present text: if part of Agatharchides's original ac … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Peter Harrington. ABA member [London, United Kingdom]
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2017-10-16 12:42:45
MANUZIO Paolo.
Antiquar: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2017-10-16 12:27:56
Natura Brevium
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:27:56
Natura Brevium
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2017-10-16 12:22:08
PSELLUS, Michael (1018-1078). -
Paris, Cavellat, 1557. In - 8 picc. (15,5 x 11 cm). Cartonatura rustica moderna. Marca tipografica sul frontespizio e una più grande in fine; diversi diagrammi e alcune illustrazioni inc. in legno n.t. 77 (recte 75), (1) ff., A - I8, K4; margine superiore un po' corto; lieve e uniforme ossidazione della carta; antica firma a penna nel margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio. La prima edizione della versione latina del Vineto di questo trattato a metà tra il filosofico e l'ermetico in cui Psellus, una delle figure più brillanti della storia bizantina, esamina la relazione tra aritmetica, geometria, musica e astronomia (edizione originale in greco: Venezia 1532). L'opera, ispirata dagli scritti di Marziano Capella e dalle teorie del tardo neoplatonismo, ebbe a suo tempo molto successo, dovuto certamente allo studio dei rapporti mistici ed ermetici tra i numeri. Adams P - 2205. Roller & G. II, 331. Eitner VIII, 78. Fétis VII, 134. DSB, XI, p. 182 - 6. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, 170: «Psellus was one of the last of the Greek writers on arithmetic. The treatise covers the mediaeval Quadrivium - arithmetic, music, geometry, and astronomy - and is the only late Greek work on arithmetic that attracted attention in the Renaissance period. The arithmetic is merely a primer for the study of Nicomachus.» A scarce translation of this partly philosophical, partly hermetical treatise on the relations between arithmetic, geometry, music and astronomy, written by one of the most brilliant figures in Byzantine history. Printer's device on title and at end, various diagrams and some text wo … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport [IT]
2017-10-16 12:21:14
Strabone Strabo
Antiquar: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
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2017-10-16 12:21:14
Strabone Strabo
Antiquar: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-10-16 12:17:41
Pontano, Ludovico; Romanus, Ludovico
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:17:41
Pontano, Ludovico; Romanus, Ludovico
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 12:09:39
DIONYSIUS AREOPAGITA.
With numerous historiated woodcut initials. 14 unn. leaves, 271 num. leaves, 1 unn. leaf, 1 blank. Small 8vo. Contemp. red stained vellum, ms. paper spine label, gauffered edges (gash of about 1 cm in lower spine and lower cover). Cologne, Maternus Cholinus, 1557. (Bound with:) SCHOEPPER, Jacob. Institutiones Christianae, praecipuaque doctrina summa, Concionibus aliquot succinctis iuxta ac Catholicis comprehensa...8 unn. leaves, 191 num. leaves, 1 unn. leaf. Cologne, Maternus Cholinus & Jacobus Soterem, 1555. Ad I: The Corpus Areopagiticum, comprising the tracts on Celestial Hierarchy, on the Divine Names, on Ecclesiastical Hierarchy, on Mystical Theology, and various letters, ascribed over the centuries to various authors, composed in the 5th century. The present new Latin translation is the work of the erudite French theologian Joachim Perion (1499-1559), first published in 1556. The influence of these writings on medieval scholastics was enormous, Albertus Magnus, Thomas Aquinas, Bonaventura, Marsilius Ficino, Pico della Mirandola, and many more relied on them. The background is Christian as well as neo-Platonic, aiming at a synthesis of the two views. - VD 16 D 1851; Index aurel. 153.982; Hoefer XXXIX, 614. Ad II: First edition of these catechetical sermons by the eminent theologian Jacob Schoepper (born c. 1512-1516, died 1554), from Dortmund. They were published posthumously by his friend Johann Lambach. Schoepper was an exponent of a line of reformed catholicism, focussing on education; to this purpose he also wrote biblical plays to be performed at grammar schools. … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariat Hellmut Schumann [CH]
2017-10-16 12:09:00
Tortorel/ Perrissin Jacques/ Jean (1557 - 1775)
Antiquar: Antique Sommer& Sapunaru KG [München, Germany]
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2017-10-16 12:08:43
PARADIN (Claude)
Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1557. 1 vol. petit in-8°, veau marbré glacé, dos à nerfs orné de fleurons dorés, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge, tranches rouges. Reliure du XVIIIe s., mors faibles, coiffes absentes, coins émoussés. Titre dans un encadrement gravé sur bois, 182 vignettes gravées sur bois dans le texte, 261 pp., (1) p. Signatures : [a-q]8 r4. Il manque le dernier feuillet blanc (r4). Quelques raccommodages dans la marge des 3 derniers ff., rousseur angulaire aux 4 premiers. Exemplaire frais dans l'ensemble. Edition originale de l'un des plus importants livres d'emblèmes de la Renaissance. Une première version, très incomplète (qui ne comportait que 118 emblèmes sans texte d'accompagnement) avait été publiée également par Jean de Tournes en 1551. C'est le premier recueil de devises héroïques jamais publiés, suivi de quelques années par celui de Grovio (Dialogo dell'impese). Son influence fut considérable et son succès international est attesté par le grand nombre d'éditions latines (et autres traductions) notamment publiées par Plantin à Anvers. François d'Amboise en donna une version très augmentée à Paris en 1622. Très bel ouvrage illustré de 182 emblèmes finement gravés où se trouvent les devises des principaux personnages de l'époque, parmi lesquels on remarque la salamandre de François Ier, le porc-épic de Louis XII, la fleur de souci et le soleil de Marguerite de Valois etc. Parmi ces emblèmes, 104 proviennent de l'édition de 1551, 8 ont été regravés ou modifiés et 70 sont nouveaux. Le titre est imprimé dans un encadrement à figures grotesques, dit "à l'autruch … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Librairie Ancienne J.-Marc Dechaud [France, Crissay-sur-Manse]
2017-10-16 11:57:16
GIRALDI CINTHIO GIOVANBATTISTA.
MODENA, STAMPERIA DE GADALDINI, 1557. "In-4; 351(i.e.353) pp., 8 cc. (ultima bianca assente): legatura dei primi dell'ottocento in mezza pelle con impressioni in oro al dorso. Frontespizio, prima e ultima carta con tracce d'uso, poche macchie in qualche carta." "Prima ed unica edizione del poe
Antiquar: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2017-10-16 11:57:15
MANUZIO Paolo.
Antiquar: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
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2017-10-16 11:57:15
MANUZIO Paolo.
(Paolo Manuzio), Venetiis, 1557. Testo latino. Opera dedicata al Cardinale Ippolito d'Este. Cm.28x18,3. Carte (3), 1 bianca, LXXX numerate solo al verso, 2. Legatura tardo ottocentesca cartonata con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso e piatti marmorizzati. Al frontespizio l'impresa tipografica aldina con l'ancora con delfino in un festone di frutti e vegetali. Aloni e fioriture diffusi. Restauro all'ultima carta. Esemplare, pur rifilato, a buoni margini. Alcune chiose d'epoca manoscritte. Paolo Manuzio (Venenzia, 1512-1574), figlio di Aldo, aveva concepito un opera in quattro parti sulle antichità romane. Di queste solo il presente, dedicato alla legislazione, vide la luce prima della morte dell'umanista, mentre i rimanenti, "De senatu", "De comitiis" e "De civitate Romana" furono pubblicati in seguito. Renouard segnala la presenza di due esemplari pressochè analoghi impressi nello stesso anno, annotandone una differenza solo al verso dell'ultima carta con numerazione romana. L'ipotesi da lui avanzata è che la prima edizione consti, a quella pagina, di 5 righe, mentre la seconda, "plus correcte, et augmentée", di 33, come nel nostro esemplare, > Renouard, 172 / 18. Adams M-474. Graesse, IV, 375. Brunet, III, 1384. Sapori, I, 1767, cita l'edizione 1559. 500 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Antiquar: studio bibliografico pera s.a.s. [LUCCA, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:35:34
Pontano, Ludovico; Romanus, Ludovico
Antiquar: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:29:17
AURELIUS (Ioannes Robertus)
Ad Illustrissimum Principem Cardinalem, Carolum Lotharingum. Paris, Michel Vascosan, 1557 [mal daté MDCLVII], in-folio, maroquin vert bronze, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés de rosaces, double encadrement de filets sur les plats, fleurons dans les coins ext., fers d'angle à entrelacs à l'int., grand fleuron à entrelacs au centre avec réserve vide en losange, coupes ornées, tr. dorées et finement ciselées, traces de lacets [Rel. de l'époque], habil. rest., qq. auréoles, mouill. forte au feuillet d'errata. Titre (verso blanc), pp. 3 à 299. Le feuillet d'errata (AA8, entre les pp. 290 et 293) n'est pas chiffré. La page [24] contient le privilège, seul texte de l'ouvrage rédigé en français, avec l'achevé d'imprimer de janvier 1557. Bandeaux et lettrines ornées gravés sur bois. Signatures: A-Z6, AA8, BB4. BM, STC, p. 36. Manque à Adams. Édition originale. Traité de droit romain remarquablement imprimé par Michel Vascosan. Exemplaire réglé, grand de marges. Ex-libris anc. manuscrits à l'encre sur le titre (illisibles). Très beau spécimen de reliure du XVIe siècle en maroquin vert-bronze. [Attributes: First Edition]
Antiquar: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
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2017-10-16 11:29:17
AURELIUS (Ioannes Robertus)
Ad Illustrissimum Principem Cardinalem, Carolum Lotharingum. Paris, Michel Vascosan, 1557 [mal daté MDCLVII], in-folio, maroquin vert bronze, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés de rosaces, double encadrement de filets sur les plats, fleurons dans les coins ext., fers d'angle à entrelacs à l'int., grand fleuron à entrelacs au centre avec réserve vide en losange, coupes ornées, tr. dorées et finement ciselées, traces de lacets [Rel. de l'époque], habil. rest., qq. auréoles, mouill. forte au feuillet d'errata. Titre (verso blanc), pp. 3 à 299. Le feuillet d'errata (AA8, entre les pp. 290 et 293) n'est pas chiffré. La page [24] contient le privilège, seul texte de l'ouvrage rédigé en français, avec l'achevé d'imprimer de janvier 1557. Bandeaux et lettrines ornées gravés sur bois. Signatures: A-Z6, AA8, BB4. BM, STC, p. 36. Manque à Adams. Édition originale. Traité de droit romain remarquablement imprimé par Michel Vascosan. Exemplaire réglé, grand de marges. Ex-libris anc. manuscrits à l'encre sur le titre (illisibles). Très beau spécimen de reliure du XVIe siècle en maroquin vert-bronze. [Attributes: First Edition]
Antiquar: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [Paris, France]
2017-10-13 01:16:02
Luther, Martin.
1557. Folio. 8 vols. With 8 woodcut title vignettes and 8 woodcuts in the text. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin bindings over wooden boards, some monogrammed and dated, some with preserved clasps. Second Jena edition of the collected works (in various impressions for various publishers), edited by Amsdorf, Aurifaber, Rörer, Soltz and others. Each volume begins with a brief introduction and an index (a complete index was separately published by Timotheus Kirchner in 1564). Includes: vol. 1 (Richtzenhayn/Rebart 1564), vol. 2 (ibid. 1563); vol. 3 (Richtzenhayn 1573), vol. 4 (ibid. 1560), vol. 5 (Rödinger's heirs 1557), vol. 6 (Richtzenhayn/Rebart 1568), vol. 7 (Rödinger's heirs 1558), vol. 8 (Rebart's heirs 1580). For the woodcuts monogrammed "PG" in vols. I-VII cf. Nagler (Monogrammisten) IV, 2967, 14. Vol. VIII shows the three Saxon Princes with their coats of arms and a 12-line verse encomium, "Des Luthers Bücher gros und klein". The pretty blindstamped bindings show roll-tools and platestamps, various dates and monogrammes. This set was assembled by the Saxon theologian Dr. Carl Friedrich Bonitz (1775-1835), preacher of the afternoon mass at the Leipzig University Church in 1800, then active in Langensalza from 1802 onwards (and superintendent in 1809). His autograph ownership is on the flyleaf of each volume (dated 1807 in the first). Among Bonitz's works are studies in the Pauline epistles and a "Geschichte der Lutherischen Religions- und Kirchenverbesserung" (1805). - Some browning throughout; occasional slight waterstaining; bindings rubbed. Altogether a well-preserved m … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-10-13 01:15:17
Luther, Martin.
Jena Rhodri 1557 - EA. Gr.-4°. 4 nn. Bll., 564 Bll. Gest. Tit.-Bl., 1 Kupf. Pgt. auf Holzdeckel. 4 Bünde u. 2 Schließen. Ber., bestossen, Fehlst. am Rü. u. die Schließen fehlen. Tls. etw. wasserrandig. Ansonsten guter Zustand. Bd. 3 der Jenaer Erstausgabe. Sprache: Deutschu 4,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Antiquar: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat [Germany]
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2017-10-12 23:06:31
Barbaro, Daniele Matteo Alvise
Antiquar: Antiquariat T. Hatry [DE]
2017-10-11 08:18:50
Juvenalis
Th. Pagano, Lugduni, 1557. In 8, 150 pp +1 cb, legatura ottima pergamena coeva con nervi e titolo manoscritto al dorso, bella marca al frontespizio, testo in elegante corsivo, esemplare bello e nitido. Costi di spedizione da calcolare caso per caso. 1 volume in 8°, 150 pp +1 blank, very good contemporary parchment binding with ribs and handwritten title to the back, nice mark to the frontispiece, text in elegant italics, nice and clean copy. Delivery costs to be calculated case by case. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Redaelli Alberto [Milano, Italy]
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2017-10-05 13:50:28
Scaliger, J.C.,
(Paris) Vascosanus, 1557. Kl.-4°. M. mehr. Textholzschn. u. 1 (spät.) gest. mont. Portr. verso Tit. 4, 476 (numer.), 31 Bl. Spät. blindgepr. Ldrbd. a. 4 Bünden u. Holzdeckeln. Wenige S. falsch paginiert. Innere Bezugspapiere d. Holzdeckel fehlen, 1 Holzdeckel längs gebrochen. 1 Lederecke fehlt. Rücken an d. Kapitalen beschäd. m. Einrissen bzw. kl. Fehlst. Ohne die beiden Schließen. Blätter anfangs leicht knittrig. Titelbl. m. Namen u. ausgebess. (m. kl. Textverl.). Gebräunt, teils etwas braunfl. bzw. m. kl. Nässespur. Teils m. Unterstreich. u. Marginalien u. alter Hd. Ansonsten aber gut erhalten. Adams S 579. Durling 4091. Wellcome I. 5806. Erste Ausgabe. - Julius Caesar Scaliger (eig. Giulio Bordone della Scala), italienischer Humanist, Dichter, Arzt u. Naturforscher, lebte von 1484-1558. "Er wurde mit 12 Jahren Page Kaiser Maximilians I., dem er 17 Jahre lang, auch als Soldat, diente, studierte dann in Bologna Philosophie, besonders die des Duns Scotus. Eine Zeitlang trug er sich mit dem Gedanken, dem Franziskanerorden beizutreten, zog es jedoch vor, seine militärische Laufbahn unter König Franz I. von Frankreich fortzusetzen, wobei er sich auch in vielen Feldzügen auszeichnete. 1529 ließ er sich als praktischer Arzt in Agen in Frankreich nieder. In umfassendem Selbststudium gewann er eine seltene Kenntnis der klassischen Literaturen. Berühmt war er seinerzeit aufgrund seiner ausgebreiteten Sprachkenntnisse und außergewöhnlichen Körperkräfte und etwas berüchtigt wegen seines polemischen Temperaments, das besonders Erasmus und Cardanus zu spüren bekamen. Für die Philosophi … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Zentralantiquariat Leipzig GmbH [Leipzig, Germany]
2017-10-03 17:13:54
AESCHYLUS.
- [Argentorati], Ex officina Henrici Stephani, 1557. 4to. [viii],395 [=397] (&3 blank) pp. Contemporary full calf; double filets and floral corner-pieces, spine with raised bands; with the arms of Thomas Redinger on both sides. (boards sl.chafed; boards and spine neatly repaired; first flyleaf and titlepage re-attached; a few scholarly (pencil) annotations) The EDITIO PRINCEPS of the complete AGAMEMNON. Schweiger I.7: "Den ersten vollständigen Text des Agamemnon. Die Scholien sind vermehrt u. verbessert. Angehängt sind H. Stephani Noten und Verbesserungen." Renouard pp. 116-117. Adams A/266. See at length: J.A.Gruys, 'The early printed editions of Aeschylus', Nieuwkoop 1981, p.77-96. "Gruys shows with characteristic economy and force that one great edition - the 1557 edition by Pier Vettori and Henri Estienne - rested on a systematic recension of the Italian MSS., as well as careful collation of the ones Vettori chose to rely upon, and incorporated necessary and brilliant conjectures by Estienne." (A.Grafton, review of J.A.Gruys - The early printed editions of Aeschylus, in Quaerendo 17/1) THOMAS REDINGER'S COPY. Thomas Redinger or Rehdiger, a 16th century German nobleman from Breslau, was patron of Henri Estienne. He corresponded with the most learned scholars of his time, and although he did not brought forth research of his own, he did frequently patronise others (more than 12 of Henri Estienne's books for example would not have been printed without Redinger. (Deutsche Biographie - Online). Redinger was also befriended with Petrus Victorius. See for the vicissitudes of R … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariaat Brinkman, since 1954 / ILAB [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2017-10-01 12:43:26
Platone, Ficino Marsilio
Lugduni apud Antonium Vincentium 1557. 4°, mm 320x210, pp. (16) 667 (1) (32), legatura in piena pelle verde con titolo impresso al dorso, tagli rossi, segnalibro in tessuto rosso; qualche segno del tempo alla legatura, fogli di guardia ottocenteschi come la legatura; esemplare rifilato ma in buonissimo stato di conservazione con le carte molto fresche, una lieve gora al margine inferiore delle prime 4 carte, annotazioni manoscritte ai margini, una piccola gora all'angolo inferiore di 7 carte di indice (che non tocca il testo), una diffusa gora sulle ultime due carte dell'indice. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, capilettera istoriati, 3 diagrammi a pagine 469-470; avviso al lettore dell'editore Antonius Vincentius, dedica del curatore Simone Grynaeus, proemio di Marsilio Ficino; testo a due colonne. Edizione lionese della versione più importante dell'opera di Platone, fino al 1578 quando Etienne pubblica i tre volumi in folio dell'opera omnia di Platone, è infatti questo il testo di riferimento, nella traduzione di Marsilio Ficino su un manoscritto greco ricorretto da Simon Grynaeus, celebre erudito astronomo e geografo svizzero: il sommo umanista toscano avviò la sua traduzione platonica nel 1462, dopo aver studiato il greco con il Platina, per volere di Cosimo de' Medici, raccogliendo attorno a sé nella villa di Careggi una schiera di dotti e di fatto fondando quello che sarà il preludio all'Accademia fiorentina sviluppatasi sotto Lorenzo il Magnifico. Compiuta nel 1477, l'opera segnò in modo determinante la rivalutazione, anche in chiave cristiana, del pensiero platonic … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Libreria Spalavera
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