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2012-05-06 19:29:00
Sebastian Martínez, Valladolid. Impressas en Valladolid, en casa de Sebastian Martinez, año de 1559. Folio m, 6 h. [A6] de 51 líneas. Índice manuscrito del tomo donde estaba incluido en la hoja 6 v. Encuadernación artesanal en piel entera con los planos gofrados y el lomo rotulado en oro, nervios. Portada orlada, en su interior encuadrado un escudo y el título, debajo del título la marca del impresor: dos querubines sosteniendo las iniciales del mismo SM. Capitulares. Letra gótica. Muy raro. - Incluye: Suspension dela pregmatica sobre el reuender dela lana / Suspension de la pregmatica cerca del traer lienços y paños en retorno de las lanas que se sacaren destos reynos. /Suspension dela pregmatica sobre el passar paños a Portogal / Suspension de las pregmaticas, sobre los reuendedores de los ganados, y Rubias, y Alumbres, y otras cosas / Pregmatica sobre la parte que han de tener los juezes en las condenaciones que hizieren / Pregmatica sobre la impression y libros. [Palau nº 79440; CCPB66-3] [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Berrocal Libros Antiguos [Madrid, Spain]
2012-04-01 13:42:08
Antonio Augustin [Agustin]
Lugduni [Lyon] : Ioannem Frellonium , 1559 In original temporary laced vellum case with turn-ins and fore-edge ties - this has survived well bar some tearing. The book binding is of double thong construction with endleaves of waste parchment. With a possibly contemporary ink signature on a preliminary and a 1922 signature of Harry Gardner. There is some ink writing - possibly identifying the edition opposite the title page and a couple of red pencil marks. The title page has a printer's crest and some sections have decorative initial letters . The first text page has a small hole and an ink annotation but the contents are otherwise in very good condition bar some browning and crinkling at page edges and occasional scholarly notes. Antonio Agustin - 1517-1586 was a Spanish jurist and ecclesiastic who became a central member of a group of antiquaries in 16th century Rome investigating ancient Roman institutions.
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2012-03-12 16:06:30
DAMASCENI IOANNIS BEATI.
Petri., Basileae. 1559 - In 4°, m. perg. no coeva, cc.nn. 18 + pp. 1047. Capilettera. Marca tipografica al centro dell'ultima pag. e sul front. Testo su due colonne in latino e greco. Bei marg. Carta e stampa fresca. Sono tutti trierni escluso BB che è un quaderno , HH e NNn che sono duerni. Menda sul front. Raro.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone
2012-03-07 10:08:32
VILLANI, Giovanni.
(indication typographique au colophon): Stampata in Venetia (Venise) per Nicolò Beuilacqua Trentino, ad istantia delli heredi di Bernardo Giunti di Firenze, 1559. In 4 de [18]-588-[6]-[6]-232-[4]pp., emblème des Médicis aux frontispices et marque (Zapella 654) aux verso des derniers feuillets des deux parties, lettrines historiées, reliure en demi chagrin havane de la moitié du XIXème siècle, dos lisse orné de 5 frises dorées dont une plus large à la queue du dos, titre doré, petit reste d'étiquette contrecollée sur le dos, coiffes frottées, surtout la coiffe inférieure, mouillures importantes à la marge inférieure des feuillets avec abrasion d'une partie des angles inférieurs externes des plats, plats frottés, intérieur frais malgré les défauts signalés, bon exemplaire. Première édition collective des Historie universali, imprimée pour les Giunti par Niccolò Bevilacqua, par les soins de Remigio Nannini, dont nous devons les nombreuses observations en marge du texte, expliquant le vocabulaire le plus obscur utilisé par l'auteur. Giovanni Villani (1280-1348), originaire d'une riche famille Florentine, occupa différents importants au sein de la Signoria. Il décéda lors de la peste de 1348, son oeuvre fut poursuivie par son frère Matteo et son fils Filppo jusqu'en 1364. Ce volume fut ensuite rééditéà Florence par les Giunti en 1587. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2012-02-12 02:03:21
Eusebius, Bishop of Caesarea
Basel: Henricum Petri. 1559. n Second printing. Pigskin over oak boards. Very Good. Folio. 2 volumes in 1. (32),765,(3)pp.;ff.223. Title page within a fine woodcut border. Final leaf blank but for the printer's woodcut device (hammer and anvil) on the verso. Orig. pigskin over oak boards. Orig. brass catches, clasps not preserved. A number of very small worm holes through the preliminary leaves, not affecting readability. With the 1710 ownership signature on the title of "M. Jacobi Poitzelic Lindau" and with his numerous erudite annotations in the margins of many pages in the first volume, as well as the preliminary flyleaf; old library rubberstamp at the base of the title-page, and the later bookplate of Stae. Mariae de Petra Gyrante.
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2012-02-02 17:36:36
COLOMBO, Realdo.
Venetiis [Venice:] Ex Typographia Nicolai Beuilacquae. FIRST EDITION, later and more usual issue with the dedication to Pope Pius IV. Colombo's work is a treatise on general anatomy, but he "is best known for his discovery of the pulmonary or lesser circulation, i.e. the passage of the blood from the right cardiac ventricle to the left via the lungs. Although this discovery was first published in the Historia de la composicion del cuerpo humano (1556) by Colombo's friend and former pupil Valverde de Hamusco, the evidence in both Valverde's and Colombo's accounts indicates the the discovery was Colombo's, made through his vivisectional observations of the heart and pulmonary vessels. Colombo's account of the pulmonary circuit was preceded by that in Michael Servetus's Christianismi restitutio, and by the thirteenth century account of the Arab ibn al-Nafis. However, these prior descriptions went undiscovered until the late seventeenth and early twentieth centuries, respectively; and there is no evidence that either was available to Colombo at the time. Colombo's observations of the heart also enabled him to gain a more correct understanding of the phases of the heartbeat, generally confused by his predecessors, who erroneously likened the heart's action to the expansive action of a bellows. Although overshadowed by his discovery of the pulmonary circulation, Colombo's observations of the heartbeat apparently directly inspired Harvey's vivisectional studies on the heart, which in turn led to his discovery of the greater circulation" (Norman catalogue). The fifteen Books are on … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2011-09-09 01:55:32
Caesarius Joannis
Venetiis: Franciscum Laurentinum Taurinensem, 1559. Venetiis: Franciscum Laurentinum Taurinensem. [Dialettica-Prima Edizione] (cm.16) ottima piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso.-- cc. 189 (numerate dalla nona). Carattere corsivo e rotondo, minuscolo ed elegante. Alcuni schemi e diagrammi n.t. Prima edizione con le aggiunte di Hermanus Raianus Wesdalius, di questa opera assai nota e tante volte ristampata per tutto il XVI secolo. Per il tipografo, non comune, vedi Pastorello n° 259 e Ascarelli-Menato 225. Per la singolare marca tipografica al frontis vedi Zappella fig.1115. Antico ottimo rinforzo al frontis, con ex libris e firme. Ultima carta bianca incollata, usata come sguardia ma ottimo esemplare genuino e nitido. Manca ad Adams e Bm. Stc.[f56] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1559.
Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2011-09-09 01:55:32
Caesarius Joannis
Venetiis: Franciscum Laurentinum Taurinensem, 1559. Venetiis: Franciscum Laurentinum Taurinensem. [Dialettica-Prima Edizione] (cm.16) ottima piena pergamena originale, titolo al dorso.-- cc. 189 (numerate dalla nona). Carattere corsivo e rotondo, minuscolo ed elegante. Alcuni schemi e diagrammi n.t. Prima edizione con le aggiunte di Hermanus Raianus Wesdalius, di questa opera assai nota e tante volte ristampata per tutto il XVI secolo. Per il tipografo, non comune, vedi Pastorello n° 259 e Ascarelli-Menato 225. Per la singolare marca tipografica al frontis vedi Zappella fig.1115. Antico ottimo rinforzo al frontis, con ex libris e firme. Ultima carta bianca incollata, usata come sguardia ma ottimo esemplare genuino e nitido. Manca ad Adams e Bm. Stc.[f56] . ottimo. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1559.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia [Italy]
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2011-03-29 04:48:03
Szekel, Estvan
Craccoba, Striykouiai Lazar/ Akademiai Kiado, /1960. 8°, 4, 237 S.; 1 Beiheft, OLdr. geprägt., Etwas beschienen, schönes Exemplar Faksimile der ungarischen Chronik die 1559 in Krakau gedruckt wurde. Beim Original handelt es sich um das erste in ungarischer Sprache herausgegebene geschichtliche Werk (von Adam und Eva bis in die Zeit Szekels (geb. ca.1510 - ca. 1563). 1526 verlor Ungarn nach der Schlacht bei Mohacs gegen die Türken seine Selbstständigkeit und vermutlich flüchtete Szekel danach nach Krakau wo er ab 1529 die theologische Fakultät der Universität Krakau besuchte. Unter dem Einfluss von Luther und Erasmus öffnete sich die Universität der Reformation. Szekel bekannte sich schon früh zur ihr. Das Faksimile erschien in der Reihe «Bibliotheca Hungarica Antiqua, Bd. III». Herausgeber war Karoly Radnoti. 1100 gr. Schlagworte: Alte Drucke - nach 1550Geschichte - RenaissanceAlte Drucke - Faksimile
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Zürich, Switzerland]
2010-10-20 13:01:00
CURTIUS RUFUS, Quintus
Venice: Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1559. Second printing, the Colophon dated 1558. Giolito's fine large engraved device on the title, illustrating a phoenix rising from a brazier bearing the initials G.G.F., surmounted by a banner reading "de la mia morte eterna vita i vivo"and flanked by putti above and by two winged lions below. His alternate device of the phoenix rising from the flames to the sun, again with the initials on the brazier but with the motto "Semper Eadem" appears on the colophon, which is dated 1558. Numerous large engraved historiated initials on mythological themes, smaller engraved initials throughout the preliminaries, many large grotesque typographical ornaments. Contemporary vellum. Early ownership "Franco M.a Benincasa," partly overwritten in a later hand, which has added "Libro rarissimo." This translation of the biography of Alexander the Great by Tommaso Porcacchi is the first based on a printed Latin text, believed to be that of the Basel edition of 1545, and contains the work of the first "auctor supplementarum," Christopher Bruno. His letter to the reader discusses the errors that had been introduced into the numerous editions since the first Italian translation of the history of Alexander in 1478, as well as the rationale of his reduction of the number of books from twelve to ten. Dedicated to Federigo Gonzago, this is one of the primary sources on the life of the King of Macedonia. Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari came to Venice with his father in 1524, and was active as a printer and publisher there from 1536 to 1579, both alone and … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [US]
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2010-04-30 23:12:33
Cicero, Marcus Tullius
Venice. Fair with no dust jacket. 1559. Hardcover. 184 leaves. Aldine press. Bound with one other: "De Oratore Libri III. Orator. De Claris Oratoribus". Venetiis: Aldus, 1559. 240 leaves. Woodcut anchor device on both title leaves. Page dimensions: 159 x 98mm. The first title leaf has a blank strip 91 x 25mm cut away from the lower margin, otherwise very good and clean internally. Later red leather binding (c. 1800?) with gilt rule. Marbled endpapers. Binding worn. 1/2" missing to leather at head and tail of spine. Leather split along entire length of front joint, with 5 cords holding the front board on. Rear joint worn and weak. 3/4" and 1 1/4" losses of leather at edges of corners of boards. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall .
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2010-04-29 09:19:46
Ovidius N.P.
Haered. Seb. Gryphii, 1559. [Classici-Manoscritto] (cm.17) Tutta pergamena originale guasta da restaurare.-- pp. 411 + cc. 2 bianche. Marca tipografica al frontis. Capilettera ornati. Carattere corsivo assai elegante. Edizione rara derivata da quella di Seb. Gryphius del 1554. Manca all' Adams e al Bm. Stc. French. Baudrier cita una sola copia nella Biblioteca di Roanne. purtroppo brutto esemplare da studio e da restaurare, grosso tarlo a circa 25 carte interne che mangia anche il testo. Il volume è però completo, e molto interessante poichè riccamente annotato ai margini ad ogni pagina con minuta e chiarissima grafia ben leggibile in latino di unica mano, sec. XVI. Praticamente è da considerare come un vasto commento manoscritto del '500 all' opera. * Baudrier " Bibliogr. Lyonnaise " VIII p. 294.[f56] Libro
Bookseller: Studio bibliografico Libri Antichi Arezzo di Massai C. [IT]
2010-04-28 11:59:44
Manutius Paulus
Venetiis: Aldus, 1559. Venetiis: Aldus. [Aldina] (cm.16) buona piena pergamena originale tracce di lacci, titolo calligrafato al dorso. ¿cc.170, cc.33nn.,+ 1c. con l¿ancora che è la stessa del frontis. Edizione conforme per il testo a quella del 1557 ma con un indice molto più ampio. La prefazione è sempre al Cardinale Hippolito d¿Este. Burgassi dichiara in fine solo 31 carte ma è un errore poiché sono 34. vecchio piccolo restauro al margine bianco della prima e ultima carta, come pure a tre carte interne, sempre senza danno al testo. Peraltro esemplare molto bello e genuino. *Renouard 179 (22), * Fournier 15 (601), * Burgassi 124, * Ucla ¿Murphy collection¿ n° 473. Il Census Iccu registra solo 10 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane.[f56] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1559.
Bookseller: Libri antichi e rari Francesco e Claudia
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2010-04-28 11:59:44
MANUTIUS, Paulus.
Venice, Aldus, 1559. With Aldine anchor device on title and last blank verso, capital spaces and guide letters. Printed in Italics. 6 unn. leaves, leaves 7-170, 34 unn. leaves index. Small 8vo. Later half vellum, spine label (slightly soiled). From the collection of Hendrik D. L. Vervliet; with bookplate Renard. Venice, Aldus, 1559. An Aldine edition containing the first of four books on Roman antiquities by Paulus Manutius (the others are De senatu, De comitiis, and De civitate Romana), first published in 1557 in folio, and printed under the direction of the Italian humanist Paulus or Paolo Maunuzio (1512-1574), who was the youngest son of Aldus Manutius the elder (1450-1515). An eminent philologist, he took over the publishing company from his in-laws, the Asolani, in 1533 and headed it until he left for Rome in 1561. This is a handsome and textually valuable edition.- Bibliographical note in red ink on flyleaf, some old marginalia in brown ink, otherwise a charming little Aldine in good condition. - STC (Italian) 412; Adams M-476. HUMANISM ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2010-04-12 16:45:32
[MAFFEI], Raffaele [1451-1522]
Basel: [Hieronymus] Froben [& Nikolaus Episcopius], 1559., 1559. folio. pp. 30 p.l., 935, [1]. woodcut printer's device on title & on verso of last leaf. woodcut initials. several woodcut text illus. 16th century blind-stamped pigskin, the centre panel on upper cover containing arms & initials 'IWAGV', above & below the initials 'BVS' and date '1593' (corners worn, short split in upper front joint, paper faintly embrowned). ownership inscription on title & ms. notes on pp. 830-35. An attractive copy in dated pigskin binding of this famous Renaissance encyclopaedia of geography, anthropology, and philology by Italian humanist Raffaele Maffei. The chapter entitled Loca Nuper Reperta, describing Spanish and Portuguese voyages of discovery to the Indies, contains a reference to Columbus and the New World (p. 278). First published in 1506. Adams M104. BM STC German p. 585. This edition not in Alden: cfAlden 530/27 (1530 Edn.). cfBell M46-48. cfHarrisse 43. cfJCB I p. 207. cfSabin 43767-68..
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2010-03-19 15:17:20
SLEIDAN, Johann [1506?-1556]
[Geneva]: Conrad Badius, 1559., 1559. 2 Volumes in 1. 16mo. ff. 458, [14]index; 50, [6]index. woodcut printer's device on titles. woodcut initials. ruled in red throughout. early red morocco, all edges gilt (joints rubbed, neat repair to first title, dampstain just visible at lower edge of some leaves, spotting to last gatherings of second title). bookplates of P.J.B.Despaux & William Stirling Maxwell. An appealing copy of this early edition of "the most important single source of the Reformation era" (Thompson), written by the great German humanist diplomat. Sleidan, whose real name was Johann Philippson, was appointed historian of the Reformation by the Schmalkaldic League in 1542. His monumental chronicle was first printed at Strassburg in 1555, one year before his death. Despite his Protestant convictions, Sleidan strove to achieve the utmost impartiality in his history. "It was [in fact] so impartial that it pleased no one, not even Melanchthon." (Encyc. Brit., 11th Edn.)These editions not in Adams. Thompson I, pp. 528-29.. Hardcover.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2010-03-15 15:27:23
Kling, Melchior [Clingius].
Francfurt: Apud H�redes Christiani Egenolphi, 1559. Francfurt: Apud Hæredes Christiani Egenolphi, 1559. Quarto. [iv], 44ff. Sheep, somewhat worn. Kleinheyer/Schröder, Deutsche Juristen aus 5. Jhdtn. (1983), 147-149. Bound with: Kling, M., In Feudorum usus Consuetudines ... Melchior Kling (1504-1571) from Hanau was an important 16th century German jurist and proponent of the systematic school of jurisprudence..
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2009-03-10 04:13:54
SLEIDAN, Johann [1506?-1556].
[Geneva]: Conrad Badius, 1559. - 2 Volumes in 1. 16mo. ff. 458, [14]index; 50, [6]index. woodcut printer's device on titles. woodcut initials. ruled in red throughout. early red morocco, all edges gilt (joints rubbed, neat repair to first title, dampstain just visible at lower edge of some leaves, spotting to last gatherings of second title). bookplates of P.J.B.Despaux & William Stirling Maxwell. An appealing copy of this early edition of "the most important single source of the Reformation era" (Thompson), written by the great German humanist diplomat. Sleidan, whose real name was Johann Philippson, was appointed historian of the Reformation by the Schmalkaldic League in 1542. His monumental chronicle was first printed at Strassburg in 1555, one year before his death. Despite his Protestant convictions, Sleidan strove to achieve the utmost impartiality in his history. "It was [in fact] so impartial that it pleased no one, not even Melanchthon." (Encyc. Brit., 11th Edn.)These editions not in Adams. Thompson I, pp. 528-29. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: D & E LAKE LTD. (ABAC/ILAB)
2009-03-09 01:15:18
ROSTINIO, Pietro. Vernacular manual on the treatment of syphilis
Venice, Avanzi, 1559. 8vo. 87 + [1 blank]leaves. Text in italic, and chapter headings in Roman type. 1 historiated woodcut initial. Printer's device on title. Early green-stained vellum over boards; hinges neatly restored. A manual on the treatment of syphilis in the Italian vernacular providing components for numerous remedies including the China Root and with references to the Guaiacum Wood imported from America. The work is largely based on 'De morbi Gallici vocati curatione' by Antonio Musa Brasavola, one of the most famous physicians of the period, with some additions (Proksch I, 101). The present second edition contains more material than the preceding one from the same press (1556). Rostinio's use of the vernacular was uncommon at this time; he also wrote a popular book on surgery in Italian. A good copy with endpapers ruled in red; some insignificant light marginal foxing. Alden, 'European Americana' 559/34. Durling 3955; not in Osler. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Hünersdorff Rare Books ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2009-03-01 01:12:35
PLUTARCO.
appresso P. Gironimo Giglio, e compagni,, In Venetia, 1559. Cm. 14, cc. 163 (4). Marchio tip. a frontespizio e colophon in xilografia. Leg. ottocentesca in mezza pelle con titoli e filetti in oro al dorso. Ben conservato. Non in Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-02-24 21:54:50
CARDANUS [CARDANO], HIERONYMUS [GIROLAMO]. - [THE GREATEST ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF RENAISSANCE SCIENCE]
Basel, (Heinrich Petri, 1559). Folio. Contemporary full richly blindstamped pigskin binding over wooden boards. Elaborately illustrated inner and outer roll-borders to boards, with saints and apostles. Remains of brass clasps to boards. Four raised bands to spine. Lower compartment of spine with a crack in leather, but overall a very good, sturdy, and tight copy in a lovely contemporary German typical Renaissance binding. Title-page with a large woodcut medaillon portrait of the author. Old owner's inscriptions to title-page (dated 1645). A (mostly very light) dampstain to upper corners and the last ab. 100 leaves also with a small dampstain in outer margin, minor and mainly marginal brownspots. Numerous small woodcuts and line drawings in the text, illustrating astronomy, mechanics, physics, technology, botany, mineralogy, alchemy, etc. (52), 934, (2) pp. (last leaf recto with printer and year - verso with woodcut printer's device).. Scarce first edition thus, being the seminal first German edition of two of Cardanus' most influential works, under the joint title "Disclosure of Nature and Natural Things...", constituting the first printing of the first translation into German of any part of Cardanus' foundational main work "De Subtilitate" (originally published in Latin in 1550), "a rambling miscellany of natural philosophy which eventually grew to twenty-one books and appeared in many reprints and revisions before and after Cardano's death in 1575" (Copenhaver & Schmitt, p. 308) as well as the first printing of the first German translation of the great sequel to the "De S … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S
2009-02-07 16:00:54
MATTIOLI (MATTHIOLUS), PETRUS ANDREAE. - [AN ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF RENAISSANCE PHARMACOLOGY]
Venetiis, In Officina Valgrisiana, 1559. Folio. (31,5x22,5 cm) Contemporary full Italian vellum. (100),776 pp. + Apologia (having its own title page) 46,(1) pp. Printers woodcut-device at both titles and on last leaf verso. With more than 700 fine wood-cuts in the text (of animals and plants). Light browning to title page, 2 corners repaired, no loss of text, 6 last leaves strengthened in outer margins, no loss of text. A few scattered brown spots and a few marginal notes. In general fine and clean, printed on good paper. Old name on title, Wolffgangus Hendl, 1564 P.V.Q. ¶ Scarce third Latin edition of this, the most famous commentary on the Materia Medica of Dioscorides, having here also the text of Dioscorides, who was the originator of the Materia Medica of antiquity. The first edition was printed 1554 and it had fewer and smaller illustrations in the text. "The use of illustrations to aid in describing and identifying plants was taken up enthusiastically by the Italian botanists. Ghini himself planned an illustrated work which was not carried out, but he helped and encouraged Mattioli to proceed with his Commentarii in VI Dioscoridis Libros which appeared with over 500 mostly excellent figures only a dozen years after Fuchs, and a few years later was reissued with some 1200 figures...his commentaries on Dioscorides became practically a general flora: they were immensely popular in Europe because of their mostly excellent illustrations, and many edition were published in Latin, Italian, German and Czech." (A.G. Morton). In Germany it was published under the title "New K … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2008-12-03 14:23:43
PALINGENIUS Marcellus
Lugduni (Lyon): apud Ioannem Tornaesium typogr, Regium, 1559. Fine. apud Ioannem Tornaesium typogr, Regium, Lugduni (Lyon) 1559, in 16 (12x8cm), 366pp. -83., relié. - New edition after the original from 1531. Brunet IV, 317. Caillet, 7096. Title page in a frame engraved. Vellum full time flexible flap. Title (author) with black pen. Some annotation in red pen on the front page next to the title on the history of the book. Copy cropped short on some pages, including the index. Collection consists of 12 poems Latin liberal arts, human existence and happiness, each corresponding to a zodiac sign. Because of the criticisms the book contains the church and the pope, the 1531 edition was banned and the Inquisition kept a watchful eye on the activities of Palingenius, until he should be sentenced to the stake. The 11th book aims to astronomy, and 12 sets out a theory of light which will be partially followed by Giordano Bruno. Marcellus Palingenius is an anagram for Pietro Angelo Manzolli. Bookplate Mathieu Varille Lyonnais. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition après l'originale de 1531. Brunet IV, 317. Caillet, 7096. Page de titre dans un encadrement gravé. Reliure en plein vélin souple d'époque à rabats. Titre (auteur) à la plume noire. Quelques annotation à la plume rouge sur la page de garde en regard du titre concernant l'histoire du livre. Exemplaire rogné court sur certaines pages, notamment de l'index. Recueil composé de … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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