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        Della fabrica del mondo di M. Francesco Alunno da Ferrara, libri X, ne quali si contengono le voci di Dante, del Petrarca, del Boccaccio, & d`altri buoni auttori, mediante lo qualli si possono scriuendo esprimere tutti i concetti dell`huomo di qualunque cosa creata. Di nuouo ristampati, corretti et ampliati di molte uoci latine et volgari del Bembo poste a suoi luoghi. Con vna dichiaratione di piu vocaboli che mancauano nelle altre impressioni, aggiunta a beneficio de gli studiosi della lingua uolgare. Per M. Francesco Sansovino.

       Venetia [1560]. gr.-4°. 38 Bll., 263 (1) S. Mit 2 gr. Titelvign. u. Initialen. Pgmt. d. Zt. Vors. erneuert. Erste Bll. fleckig mit sauber restaurierten Ecken. Kl. Wurmgang a. d. letzten Bll.vgl. Adams 837; Zaunmüller 197 - Frühes italienisches Wörterbuch, das erstmals 1548 erschien und oft nachgedruckt wurde. Textbeispiele von Dante, Petrarca und Boccaccio. Der Verf. Alunno (eig. Franceso del Bailo, 1484-1556) widmete sein Werk Cosimo de Medici. \"Un imperfetto abbozzo degli odierni vocabolarii\" (Gamba) Versand D: 4,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Sprachwissenschaft

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        Lettere volgari di M. Paolo Manutio, divoise in quattro libri

      Alde, Venise 1560 - Manuce Paul (1512-1574) ~ Lettere volgari di M. Paolo Manutio, divoise in quattro libri ~ A Venise, Alde, 1560. In-8, 165(3) pp.; 1 vol., veau époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons aux pet. fers doré, pièce de titre de maroq., tr. Rouges (reliure époque), pièce de titre lingua italiana;corsiva aldina;ancora aldina xilografica al frontespizio; Paolo Manuzio (Venezia 1512-Roma 1574), terzogenito del grande Aldo, ne ereditò la tipografia e l¿eccellenza dell¿arte tipografica. Intellettuale ed erudito di formazione umanistica lui stesso pubblicò tra i tanti titoli anche queste centinaia di lettere indirizzate ai più eccellenti uomini del suo tempo:laici e religiosi, letterati e papi. Opera di straordinario rilievo umanistico e storico. Cette seconde edition, augmentée d¿un livre, est la meilleure et la plus belle des Lettres italiennes de ce savant imprimeur. Renouard 1803, page 326, n°10; [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Secretorum agri enchiridion primum, hortorum curam, auxilia, secreta, & medica praesidia inventu prompta, ac paratu facilia, libris tribus pulcherrimis complectens: ... With: (2) MIZAULD, Antoine. De hortensium arborum insitione opusculum, ... Paris, Fédéric Morel, 1560. 2 works in 1 volume. 8vo. With Morel's woodcut device on both title-pages. Limp sheepskin parchment. .

      Ad 1: Ferguson, Books of secrets IV, pp. 4-5; USTC 152997; Wellcome I, 4354; ad 2: USTC 152842; Wellcome I, 4353. First editions of two French works on medical horticulture by Antoine Mizaud, a French physician and popular writer for almanacs, beautiful examples of book production from the French golden age. The Secretorum covers most aspects of gardening, including the situation of the garden, soil, fertilizing, planting, watering, tending, weeding, dealing with insects and other pests and bad weather. It is arranged in 3 "libri" of XIV, XXV and XVII chapters covering herbs, flowers, fruits and vegetables, but with special attention for medicinal plants. The De hortensium arborum is a supplement to the main work, covering trees and shrubs, separately published but matching in format, layout and typography.With small holes in 3 leaves, and a faint water stain at the head of 3 quires, but still in very good condition, most quires fine. The parchment is wrinkled with a small chip, the sewing supports have broken at the back hinge, the ties are lost and the spine is soiled..

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        Confession, Das ist: Ein Christliche Bekanntnuß des Catholischen Glaubens, oder vil mehr, ain außlegung solcher Bekentnuß, wölche die Vätter der Provintzen Gnesnen (sic) und Lewenburg im Künigreich Polen, auff dem Synodo zu Petrikovien auffgericht, im jar des Herren geburt. M.D.LI. Durch Johann zu Wege auß dem Latein in das Teütsch gebracht.

      Ingolstadt, A. & S. Weissenhorn 1560. - 14 unnum, 379 röm. num., 11 unnum. (davon 1. u. l. weiß) Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 1 Schließe (von 2). Folio. 33 x 23,5 cm. VD 16, H 5145; Stalla 371; Estreicher XVIII, 283; Wetzer-W. VI, 297 f. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die lateinische Originalausgabe war 1553-57 erschienen. Hosius war Bischof von Ermland, Kardinal und später einer der päpstl. 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. Sein Werk, vielleicht das bedeutendste literarische Dokument der Gegenreformation, wurde schon zu Hosius` Lebzeiten in 23 europäische Sprachen übersetzt. Die deutsche Übertragung des Wormser Dompredigers Johann zu Wege ist Michael v. Kuenburg, Erzbischof von Salzburg, gewidmet. - Titel mit Besitzvermerk von Johannes Buck(h), Kaplan in Riedlingen, dat. 1602; Franz Carl Leüw, dat. 1764; kl. Sammlerstempel d. 20. Jh. Zum Einband s. Haebler I, 448, 3 & 6 (Simon Thumm, Augsburg?). - Einband etwas fleckig u. berieben, Vorderdeckelbezug leicht wellig u. an der Unterkante aufgeplatzt. Leicht gebräunt, etwas wasserrandig u. stellenw. stock- oder braunfleckig. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Volta della Galleria Caracci (Palazzo Farnese).

      - Dieser wunderschön kolorierte Kupferstich zeigt die fünf zentralen Bildfelder des Deckengewölbes der „Galleria Caracci" des Palazzo Farnese in Rom. Die reich ausgestattete Galerie befindet sich im piano nobile des westlichen Flügels des Palazzos, dem heutigen Sitz der Französischen Botschaft in Rom. Benannt nach dem Bologneser Künstler Annibale Caracci (1560 Bologna-1609 Rom) und seiner Werkstatt, handelt es sich bei den Fresken um zentrale Kunstwerke im stilistischen Wandel vom Manierismus hin zum römischen Barock am Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts. Das reiche Dekorationsprogramm der Galerie war Inspirationsquelle für viele nachfolgende Künstler und Kunstinteressierte. Schon im 17. Jahrhundert erschienen zwei Überblickskompendien zum künstlerischen Komplex der Galerie, die mit Kupferstichen illustriert wurden („Argomento della Galleria Farnese dipinita da Annibala Caracci" (1657) mit Stichen von Carlo Cesi und einem Text von Ludovico Bellori, „Galeriae Farnesianae Icones" (1674) von Pietro Aquila). Als dritte Serie in dieser hochwertigen Reihe ist die sechsteilige Stichserie von Giovanni Volpato zu nennen, zu der der vorliegende Stich nach Zeichnungen der italienischen Künstler Francesco Panini (1745-1812) und Lodovico Teseo (1731-1782). Der Herausgeber des Stichs, Giovanni Volpato (1733 Bassano – 1803 Rom), war ein aus Bassano stammender Kupferstecher, der sich zunächst als Vedutenstecher in Venedig einen Namen machte. 1772 siedelte er nach Rom über, wo er sich unter anderem der Reproduktion klassischer Bildwerke von Michelangelo, Raffael sowie den Caracci und ihrer Schule widmete. Später gründete er hier auch eine Schule für Kupferstecher und eröffnete 1776 eine Porzellanmanufaktur. Als Reproduktionsstecher gehört Volpato zu den herausragendsten Meistern dieser Kunst in der zweiten Hälfte des 18. Jahrhunderts, das schon Luigi Lanzi das "secole del rame", das Jahrhundert des Kupferstichs, nannte. Volpatos Werke zeichnen sich durch eine besonders klare Stichtechnik mit enger Strichführung aus, die ohne Gegenschraffierung oder Punktierung auskommt und so zu einer sehr zarten Verschattung und Modellierung der Figuren kommt. Diese Feinheit der Technik kann auch in der vorliegenden Reproduktion beobachtet werden. Berühmt wurde Volpato vor allem durch die auch in kolorierter Version erschienene Stichfolge nach den Loggien Raffaels im Vatikan, die in Zusammenarbeit mit Giovanni Ottaviani nach Zeichnungen von Pietro Camporesi, Gaetano Savorelli und Ludovico Teseo entstanden. Diese Reproduktionen wurden 1776/77 in drei Bänden mit insgesamt 46 Tafeln bei Marco Pagliarini in Rom herausgegeben. In die gleiche Tradition ist der vorliegende Kupferstich mit dem Deckengewölbe der Galerie im Palazzo Farnese in Rom zu verorten, die Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts von Annibale Caracci und seiner Werkstatt ausgemalt wurde. Annibale Caracci war ein italienischer Maler und Kupferstecher, der gemeinsam mit seinem Vetter Lodovico und seinem Bruder Agostino in Bologna eine gemeinsame Werkstatt unterhielt. In den 90er Jahren wird der erfolgreiche Künstler von Kardinal Odoardo Farnese (1573-1626), dem Neffen Papst Paul III, nach Rom gerufen, um mehrere Säle in dessen 1586 vollendeten Palast auszuschmücken. Die Caracci hatten bis zu diesem Zeitpunkt zahlreiche Palazzi in Bologna ausgestattet und galten als Meister auf diesem Gebiet. Die Arbeit an der Galerie begann gegen 1596 und dauerte bis ca. 1608. Die Galerie ist ein schmaler Saal (ca. 6 x 20 m) mit je einer Tür an einer Längsseite. Weiß und Gold dominieren in der dekorativen Raumgliederung, die die Wände und das Gewölbe in zahlreiche einzeln gerahmte Bildfelder unterteilt. Die Bilder sind in Freskotechnik auf die Wand aufgebracht, erwecken durch ihre aufwendige Rahmung die Illusion selbstständiger, der Wand nur vorgeschalteter Bilder. Diese sogenannten quadri riportati (vorgetragene Bilder) stellen ein typisches Gestaltungselement, der sich hier formierenden barocken Innenraummalerei dar. Auf diese Wirkung wu

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau (Lion - ABF').

      - Kupferstich v. Ferrando Bertelli in Venedig aus Lafreri-Atlas, um 1560, 20 x 29 Meurer, The Strabo Illustratus Atlas 1545 - 1571, 137. - ("no further states recorded in current reference works" and "not described in any other composite atlas"). - "Lion" is flanking the coat of arms of Lyons. - Lower right corner on a tablet the signature ABF. - Untder the lower border a legend (4 columns) with reference letters A to O. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Valesia - Wallisser Land - Frühe Landkarte des Wallis mit dem Rhonetal u. den Städten Brig, Sitten und dem Leukerbad. Holzschnitt aus Sebastians Münster «Cosmographia».

      ca. 1580 45 x 30 cm, gerahmt unter Passepartout., 31 x 17 cm, Grafik: tadell.; Die gebundenen Blätter - Kart. m. Rückenschild - min. gebrauchspurig, ein Bl. m. Randriss 82 cm. Insgesamt ein schönes Werk, nicht nur für Heimwehwalliser! Beiliegend: Aus Sebastians Münsters (1488- 1552) «Cosmographia». die S. 679 - 698 (sehr schön gebunden) m. der blattgrossen Landkarte «Valeis - Wallisser Land». einer doppelblattgrossen Stadtansicht von Sitten. einer Ansicht von Leücker Bad. Landkarte «Von dem Genffer See» und weiteren 13 Textholzschnitten. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Helvetica - Wallis Grafik - vor 1800 Alte Drucke - nach 1550

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        Reichsfreistatt Wormbß aus/from Münsters Cosmographia

      Basel, Adam Petri, 1550. 64x28,5cm , Holzschnitt, koloriert, Ansicht von Worms über den Rhein, 3fach gefaltetes Blatt leicht vergilbt, etwas fleckig und an eine Rand restauiert, guter Zustandwoodblock, colored, City view of Worms, 3 times folded, papaer yellowed and a little stained, marginal restores, good condition Versand D: 9,90 EUR

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        De Bibel inhoudende het oude ende nyeuwe Testament, met grooter neersticheyt ouerghestelt ende ghecorrigeert nae dat oprecht Latijnsch exemplaer. Inden welcke dat toe ghedaen sijn die beduytselen der Capittelen oft Sommarien, Ende oock concordantien, met veel schoone figueren verchiert. Oock mede die Tafel vanden Epistelen ende Euangelien. (Biblia/Bijbel).

      Antwerpen, Wed. Jacob van Liesveldt 1560. (gegraveerde titelpagina) zonder paginering, Origineel Perkament, Folio (vernieuwde schutbladen, het perkament van de band is plaatselijk gebarsten. Leuvense Bijbel gedrukt door de weduwe Van Liesveldt. Compleet met de uitvouwbare kaart van het Heilige Land van Van Liesveldt met daarop de eenzame reizende pelgrim afgebeeld 26,8 x 38,8 cm., en talloze houtgravures in de tekst. De combinatie van deze uitgave met deze kaart wordt niet genoemd door Poortman. Zowel de titelprent als de tekstgravures zijn exact dezelfde als Van Liesveldt heeft gebruikt in zijn uitgave van 1542 en daarvoor. Gebonden in een originele perkamenten band met daarop middeleeuwse teksten in rood en bruin. Zowel het boekblok als de kaart zijn nog in zeer goede staat op enkele kleine vochtvlekken na.) (engraved titlepage) without page numbers, Contemporary Vellum, Folio (renewed endpapers, the vellum of the binding is cracked at some places. 'Leuvense' Bible printed by the widow Van Liesveldt. Complete with the folding map of the Holy Land from Van Liesveldt on which the image of the lonely travelling pilgrim 26,8 x 38,8 cm., and numerous woodcuts in the text. The combination of this edition bound with this map is not mentioned by Poortman. Both the frontispiece and the engravings are exactly the same as Van Liesveldt used in his edition from 1542 and before. Bound in a contemporary vellum binding with mediaeval writings in red and brown.) Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 63-66.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerungstruppen ('Ilgerbi.').

      - Kupferstich aus Lafreri-Atlas, um 1560, 19 x 27,8 Nicht in Tooley, Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century, in: Imago Mvndi, Vol. III, Nr. 246. - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit Belagerungstruppen von Houmt-Souk auf der Insel Djerba im Golf von Gabès in Tunesien. - Oben mittig Vedutentitel; unten rechts am Ansichtenrand Meilenzeiger. - Sehr seltener früher italienischer Einblattdruck aus einem Lafreri-Sammelatlas. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Confession, Das ist: Ein Christliche Bekanntnuß des Catholischen Glaubens, oder vil mehr, ain außlegung solcher Bekentnuß, wölche die Vätter der Provintzen Gnesnen (sic) und Lewenburg im Künigreich Polen, auff dem Synodo zu Petrikovien auffgericht, im jar des Herren geburt. M.D.LI. Durch Johann zu Wege auß dem Latein in das Teütsch gebracht.

      Ingolstadt, A. & S. Weissenhorn 1560.. 14 unnum, 379 röm. num., 11 unnum. (davon 1. u. l. weiß) Bll. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit 1 Schließe (von 2). Folio. 33 x 23,5 cm. VD 16, H 5145; Stalla 371; Estreicher XVIII, 283; Wetzer-W. VI, 297 f. - Erste deutsche Ausgabe, die lateinische Originalausgabe war 1553-57 erschienen. Hosius war Bischof von Ermland, Kardinal und später einer der päpstl. 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. Sein Werk, vielleicht das bedeutendste literarische Dokument der Gegenreformation, wurde schon zu Hosius` Lebzeiten in 23 europäische Sprachen übersetzt. Die deutsche Übertragung des Wormser Dompredigers Johann zu Wege ist Michael v. Kuenburg, Erzbischof von Salzburg, gewidmet. - Titel mit Besitzvermerk von Johannes Buck(h), Kaplan in Riedlingen, dat. 1602; Franz Carl Leüw, dat. 1764; kl. Sammlerstempel d. 20. Jh. Zum Einband s. Haebler I, 448, 3 & 6 (Simon Thumm, Augsburg?). - Einband etwas fleckig u. berieben, Vorderdeckelbezug leicht wellig u. an der Unterkante aufgeplatzt. Leicht gebräunt, etwas wasserrandig u. stellenw. stock- oder braunfleckig.

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        La Nouvelle Natura Breviu[m] du Iudge Tresreverende Monsieur Anthonie.

      1560 - Heavily Annotated Copy of a Work Highly Esteemed by Coke and Blackstone Fitzherbert, Anthony [1470-1538]. Rastell, William [1508?-1565]. La Nouvelle Natura Breuiu[m] du Iudge Tresreverende Monsieur Anthonie Fitzherbert, Dernierement Renue & Corrige per Laucteur, Avecques un Table Perfaicte des Choses Notables Contenues en Ycelle, Novelment Co[m]posee per Guilliaumle Rastell, & Iammais per Cydeuaunt Imprimee. London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1553 [i.e. 1560 colophon]. [xxxii] of [xxxiii], 271, [1] ff. The missing leaf is a blank, collation otherwise complete. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Nineteenth-century paneled calf, dentelles to board edges and interior, rebacked retaining earlier spine, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, edges rouged, marbled pastedowns, free endpapers lacking (or never present). Moderate rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends, hinges cracked, armorial bookplate to rear pastedown. Title printed within woodcut architectural border. Some toning to interior, very faint dampstaining to portions of text, dampspotting to a few leaves, light soiling and some edgewear to title page. Extensive annotations in early court hand to endleaves, title page and most of text. An appealing wide-margined copy. * First published in 1534, the Nouvelle Natura Brevium is a manual of procedure written by a Judge of the Common Pleas during the reign of Henry VIII. Winfield notes that "Coke put it among the books which he considered most necessary and of greatest authority and excellency"; Blackstone considered it an authority as well. Compiled from the earlier Natura Brevia and the Registrum Brevium, it includes several original observations on the form and function of writs. Rastell's revisions include the addition of a table. A popular work, it went through numerous editions in Law French and English, the final appearing in 1794. It remains significant to this day for its descriptions of writs that were becoming obsolete in the early sixteenth century. Some of the annotations in our copy offer commentary or cite passages in other treatises, such as Lambard's Eirenarcha. A few combine references to cases, commentary and a treatise citation. Winfield, Chief Sources of English Legal History 303. English Short-Title Cata

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        Les Plees del Coron: Divisees in Plusiours Titles & Common Lieux.

      1560. Appealing Early Edition of Staunford's Plees Staunford, Sir William [1509-1558]. Les Plees del Coron: Divisees in Plusiours Titles & Common Lieux. Per Queux Home Plus Redement & Plenaireme[n]t Trovera, Quelq[ue]; Chose que il Quira, Touchant les Ditz Plees. [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1560. [xiv], 198 ff. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Eighteenth century calf with later rebacking, panels with corner fleurons to boards, raised bands and gilt title to spine, corners repaired. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor scratches to boards, corners bumped and lightly worn, hinges starting at ends, later armorial bookplate (a letter C beneath a coronet) to front pastedown. Title printed within woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Some toning to text. Underlining and brief annotations to some leaves in a fine early hand, interior otherwise clean. An appealing copy. * Second edition. First published in 1557, Staunford's Plees is considered a "principal book" by Pollock and Maitland, one that enables us "to trace our modern laws of crimes, from the later middle ages onwards." Based on Bracton and the Year Books, Staunford's treatise is divided into three parts. The first treats offences, the second treats jurisdiction, appeals, indictments, and defenses. The third addresses trials and convictions. Plees was written after Staunford was appointed judge of the common pleas in 1554. Pollock and Maitland, The History of English Law II:448. English Short-Title Catalogue S117819. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T48.

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        De Bibel inhoudende het oude ende nyeuwe Testament, met grooter neersticheyt ouerghestelt ende ghecorrigeert nae dat oprecht Latijnsch exemplaer. Inden welcke dat toe ghedaen sijn die beduytselen der Capittelen oft Sommarien, Ende oock concordantien, met veel schoone figueren verchiert. Oock mede die Tafel vanden Epistelen ende Euangelien.

      Antwerpen, Wed. Jacob van Liesveldt 1560 - (gegraveerde titelpagina) zonder paginering, Origineel Perkament, Folio (vernieuwde schutbladen, het perkament van de band is plaatselijk gebarsten. Leuvense Bijbel gedrukt door de weduwe Van Liesveldt. Compleet met de uitvouwbare kaart van het Heilige Land van Van Liesveldt met daarop de eenzame reizende pelgrim afgebeeld 26,8 x 38,8 cm., en talloze houtgravures in de tekst. De combinatie van deze uitgave met deze kaart wordt niet genoemd door Poortman. Zowel de titelprent als de tekstgravures zijn exact dezelfde als Van Liesveldt heeft gebruikt in zijn uitgave van 1542 en daarvoor. Gebonden in een originele perkamenten band met daarop middeleeuwse teksten in rood en bruin. Zowel het boekblok als de kaart zijn nog in zeer goede staat op enkele kleine vochtvlekken na.) (engraved titlepage) without page numbers, Contemporary Vellum, Folio (renewed endpapers, the vellum of the binding is cracked at some places. 'Leuvense' Bible printed by the widow Van Liesveldt. Complete with the folding map of the Holy Land from Van Liesveldt on which the image of the lonely travelling pilgrim 26,8 x 38,8 cm., and numerous woodcuts in the text. The combination of this edition bound with this map is not mentioned by Poortman. Both the frontispiece and the engravings are exactly the same as Van Liesveldt used in his edition from 1542 and before. Bound in a contemporary vellum binding with mediaeval writings in red and brown.) Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 63-66

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        Statutes of the Order of the Golden Fleece; Renaissance manuscript on paper

      RENAISSANCE MANUSCRIPT IN FRENCH ON PAPER, Low Countries, c. 1560-1580. 285 x 211 mm. 16 folios, watermark in Briquet, complete (collation, i16), written in a rapid Gothic cursiva script showing some of the spikiness of bâtarde in 32 to 34 long lines (justification, 222-229 x 154-164 mm.), ruled faintly in lead with full-length vertical bounding line on left and full-length horizontal bounding lines, opening line written in thick capitals and a fine, slanted humanistic cursive. BINDING: Modern quarter vellum with marbled paper on the sides over pasteboard, smooth spine, leaves remounted, deckle fore-edge. TEXT: Despite its late date, this manuscript preserves one of the few known copies of the original 1431 Statutes defining the rules and practices of the Order of the Golden Fleece. The most renowned of all chivalric orders, the Order of the Golden Fleece was founded in 1430 by Philip the Good, duke of Burgundy (1396-1467). It was an instituted as a Burgundian alternative to the influential Order of the Garter, founded in 1348 by Edward III, and it was designed to strengthen the allegiance of Philip?'s vassals and ties with foreign states friendly to his realm. Upon being inducted as a member, each Knight of the Order received, in addition to the famous collar from which a gold enameled pendant of the Golden Fleece was suspended, a copy of the Statutes, most often in manuscript form. Such copies, however, would almost certainly have reflected the most recent version of the Statutes and were generally very lavish productions. It is possible this copy was made to be kept in the Order?'s archives or to satisfy a member?'s antiquarian interest. Copied during a tumultuous period in the Order?'s history, this manuscript raises interesting questions regarding the use and perception of the Statues during a time of transition. Given the relative infrequency with which any copies of the Statutes change hands, this manuscript is a great rarity on the market. PROVENANCE: Evidence of script and watermarks indicates this manuscript?'s origin in the Low Countries, most probably between the years of 1560 and 1580. Since then, this manuscript was held in a European private collection. CONDITION: A tear to f. 1 has been repaired and a tear to the upper corner of f. 16 has been patched, old stitching holes visible in inner margins, some folios stained and some wear to their upper corners, but overall in good condition. Full description and photographs available (TM 713).

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        De Bibel inhoudende het oude ende nyeuwe Testament, met grooter neersticheyt ouerghestelt ende ghecorrigeert nae dat oprecht Latijnsch exemplaer. Inden welcke dat toe ghedaen sijn die beduytselen der Capittelen oft Sommarien, Ende oock concordantien, met veel schoone figueren verchiert. Oock mede die Tafel vanden Epistelen ende Euangelien. (BIJBEL).

      Antwerpen, Wed. Jacob van Liesveldt 1560. (gegraveerde titelpagina) zonder paginering, Origineel Perkament, Folio (vernieuwde schutbladen, het perkament van de band is plaatselijk gebarsten. Leuvense Bijbel gedrukt door de weduwe Van Liesveldt. Compleet met de uitvouwbare kaart van het Heilige Land van Van Liesveldt met daarop de eenzame reizende pelgrim afgebeeld 26,8 x 38,8 cm., en talloze houtgravures in de tekst. De combinatie van deze uitgave met deze kaart wordt niet genoemd door Poortman. Zowel de titelprent als de tekstgravures zijn exact dezelfde als Van Liesveldt heeft gebruikt in zijn uitgave van 1542 en daarvoor. Gebonden in een originele perkamenten band met daarop middeleeuwse teksten in rood en bruin. Zowel het boekblok als de kaart zijn nog in zeer goede staat op enkele kleine vochtvlekken na.) (engraved titlepage) without page numbers, Contemporary Vellum, Folio (renewed endpapers, the vellum of the binding is cracked at some places. 'Leuvense' Bible printed by the widow Van Liesveldt. Complete with the folding map of the Holy Land from Van Liesveldt on which the image of the lonely travelling pilgrim 26,8 x 38,8 cm., and numerous woodcuts in the text. The combination of this edition bound with this map is not mentioned by Poortman. Both the frontispiece and the engravings are exactly the same as Van Liesveldt used in his edition from 1542 and before. Bound in a contemporary vellum binding with mediaeval writings in red and brown.) Poortman, W.C. (1995). Kaarten in Bijbels, p. 63-66.

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        De Thucydidis Historia Iudicium

      Paolo Manuzio, Venice 1560 - 4to, 94 unnumbered leaves. Roman letter, large sections in Greek. Aldine device on title page and verso of final leaf, a few small ink-spots to corner of title page. Infrequent contemporary manuscript underlinings and annotations. Oil stain to last two leaves not affecting text. A very good copy in early 18th C rich red morocco gilt, double filleted in gilt à la Duseuil, gilt corner ornaments, spine with gilt flowers in six compartments, gilt detail to board edges, a.e.g., 19/20th C bookplates to front pastedown and f.e.p. First Aldine edition of the most elaborate ancient criticism on the diction and composition of Thucydides. Dedicated to Nicholas Olacho, Primate of Hungary, Dionysius' critical treatise on Thucydides discusses many of the pre-Thucydidean historians in order to emphasise the originality and genius of his subject. Since only fragments of those writers' works survive, Dionysius' brief discussion is an important testimony for understanding the nature and content of their works. His account is in fact the most extensive discussion of these essentially lost authors preserved from antiquity. Both a rhetorician and a historian, Dionysius was keen to explore the myth-history distinction, thus in his criticism, while acknowledging Thucydides' status as the father of history he also takes pains to correct his facts, an undertaking that historically incurred much censure. The only other examples of bindings employing this unusally blunt-looking ruling and cornerpieces on the diagonal we have found are Dutch, q.v. BL catalogue of bindings 141B17 and 139C16. BM STC It. 217. Renouard 181:15. Adams D 638. Not in Brunet, Dibdin or Graesse. Latin, Greek [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deerwunder und seltzame Thier.

      1560 - Basle, Henri Petri, c.1560, German text edition. Coloured. Woodcut, image size 250 x 350mm. A few small repairs. A wonderful woodcut representing monsters of both land and sea, derived from Olaus Magnus' 'Carta Marina' of 1539, with abundant tusks, horns and twin-spouts. One vignette shows a galleon trying to outrun one monster by throwing their cargo overboard. Ortelius also adapted many of the monsters for use on his map of Iceland produced in 1587.

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        Carminum poetarum nouem, lyricae poese[ ]s principu[m], fragmenta : Alcaei, Anacreontis, Sapphus, Bacchylidis, Stesichori, Simonidis, Ibyci, Alcmanis, Pindari, nonnulla etiam aliorum : cum Latina interpretatione, partim solata oratione, partim carmine[Greek Lyric Poets, parallel translation in Latin].

      Geneva: Henri, Stephanus, Fuggeri., 1560. First Edition, First Printing. Leather bound. Very good +. [Greek Lyric Poets, translated into Latin]. 1560 printing. Hand bound. Henri, Stephanus, Fuggeri. Parallel translation in Greek & Latin. 16mo (125 x 60 mm), 576 pp. Greek and Latin on opposite pages; Estienne device [Schreiber 9] on title-pages. Early binding/rebinding in mottled calf with raised bands. First Estienne edition the Greek lyric poets, accompanied by a Latin translation. Estienne's text was extremely influential and established itself as the major edition in the sixteenth century; its text was reprinted constantly by the Geneva branch of the Estienne Press (1566, 1586, 1599, 1600, 1612, 1626), and by Plantin in Antwerp (1567). The second part (here bound first) consists of the extant poems of eight other Greek lyric poets: Alcaeus, Sappho, Stesichorus, Ibycus, Anacreon (whose lyrics had been discovered and first printed by Henri Estienne 6 years previously), Bacchylides, Simonides, and Alcman. Shows Society of Jesuits stamp. Volume II, Greek Lyric Poets, only available here. References: Renouard 118: 2; Hoffmann III, 97; Adams P-1227. Many thanks to Dr. Fred Schreiber for catalog description.

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        ORLANDO FURIOSO Et cinque canti d’un nuovo libro del medesimo nuovamente aggiunti, & ricorretti. Con alcune allegorie, et nel fine una breve espositione, & tavola di tutto quello, che nell’opera si contiene.

      Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de?' Ferrari, 1560. In-16 p. (mm. 161x110), astuccio mod. con cuffia in pelle, p. marocch. ottocentesco (dorso a cordoni con tit. oro, rifatto), eleganti dentelles dorate ai risg., tagli dorati, cc.num. 276, incluso il bel frontespizio figurato con marca tipografica, ornato da grandi capilettera ed illustrato da 46 pregevoli vignette (una per ogni canto) xilografate nel t. Al recto della seconda carta una lettera ai lettori del Giolito e al verso un ritratto dell?'Ariosto con sonetto del Dolce a lui dedicato. L?'ultima carta porta al recto il Registro e la data 1559, mentre al verso figura una seconda marca tipografica. Unito, con proprio frontesp.: ?"Cinque canti di un nuovo libro di Lodovico Ariosto, i quali seguono la materia del Furioso. Di nuovo riveduti e corretti per Lodovico Dolce?", con 5 vignette nel t. pure xilografate. Questa edizione non figura nelle principali bibliografie. Il Bongi nei suoi ?"Annali del Giolito?", p. 113 ne cita una del 1560 (la trentesima e ultima delle giolitine, a partire dalla prima del 1536) ma con diverso numero di pagine. Leggerm. corto del marg. sup. altrimenti fresco esemplare ben conservato.

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        7 Kupferstiche mit Darstellungen aus dem Alten Testament

      (ca. 1560).. . jeweils unter Klapppassepartout montiert 1: Le songe de Jacob. Jakobs Traum (unten rechts bezeichnet "Jacob", unten links "cum privilegio R"), im Oval, 6,7 x 9 cm, knapp am Oval beschnitten 2: L'Homme de Dieu tue par le lion, (unten recht bezeichnet "L'Homme de Dieu", unten links "Stephanus F), im Oval, 6,7 x 9 cm, knapp am Oval beschnitten 3: Der Turmbau zu Babel. 7 x 10,3 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 4: Noahs Opfer. Genesis 8. Unterhalb der Darstellung mit zweizeiligem lat. Text. 7,8 x 10,3 cm, knapp außerhalb der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 5: Verfluchung Kains. (Also ging Kain von dem Angesicht des Herren). Unterhalb der Darstellung mit zweizeiligem lat. Text. 7,8 x 10,5 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten, etwas schwacher Abzug, etwas braunfleckig 6: Der verlorene Sohn (Wiederkehr). 6,5 x 9,3 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 7: Der verlorene Sohn (?) (Verabschiedung?). 6,3 x 9,5 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten, etwas gebräunt

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        LO QUE RESULTA DE LA INFORMACION QUE PARA EL ENTRETANTO SE EMBIA A V. M. SOBRE LOS CABOS DE LAS IMPUTACIONES QUE AY SE DIERON A DON HERNANDO DE GONZAGA.]

      S.l.n.a. (c. 1560 - ). 33 cm. Parcialmente paginado, 44 h., a doble cara. * El documento, dirigido al monarca, se estructura en cinco relaciones y una conclusión sobre el desempeño del cargo y los 'negocios' de don Hernando de Gonzaga. Se trata, en realidad, de Ferrante I Gonzaga (1507-1557), condotiero italiano miembro de la casa de Gonzaga que, de joven, había sido enviado a la corte española como paje del futuro emperador Carlos V. En 1527 fue nombrado comandante en jefe del ejército imperial en Italia. Entre otros, sirvió al rey como virrey de Sicilia (1535-1546) y fue nombrado gobernador del ducado de Milán en 1546, cargo que ocuparía entre 1546 y 1554. Es precisamente de esta última época de la que se ocupan las presentes páginas. Y es que Gonzaga fue procesado por malversación de fondos y corrupción, unas acusaciones de las que finalmente fue absuelto y cuya investigación son el objeto principal del documento que ofrecemos. Así, en las cinco relaciones, el informante -anónimo- que escribe trata sobre la corrupción vinculada a la venta de oficios, en el que se identifican personas que contactaban con otras cercanas a Hernando de Gonzaga y, a cambio de sumas diversas, conseguían cargos de cierta importancia. También el cobro de deudas estaba sometido a prácticas irregulares, y la comunidad de Milán parece que pagó sumas exorbitantes a Gonzaga que no siempre estaban justificadas. Las relaciones recogen toda suerte de actuaciones poco honorables o por lo menos discutibles del gobernador (en una ocasión, el estado de Milán le entregó más de 23.000 escudos para obsequiar al monarca español, de los cuales él dio sólo 20.000 al príncipe) y buscan pruebas, testigos y explicaciones. Se afirma por ejemplo que 17 días antes del saqueo de Vercelli se avisó del tratado a don Hernando y, no obstante el aviso, la ciudad fue saqueada igualmente. Asimismo, se analizan varias donaciones realizadas a la princesa de Molfeta, Isabella di Capuaque era en realidad su esposa, y que realizó algunos indultos discutibles. En un momento dado, Ferrante Gonzaga ocupó Piacenza en nombre de Carlos I de España y son también diversas las actuaciones 'dudosas' que lo ligan a esta ciudad. Básicamente la documentación analiza los hechos acaecidos entre 1550 y 1554. política, corrupción, ducado de Milán, siglo XVI, carlos I, Ferrante de Gonzaga

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        Breviarium historiae romanae Pauli Diaconi de gestis romanorum libri octo

      Parisiis|(Paris): apud Hyeronimum de Marnef, sub Pelicano, 1560. Fine. apud Hyeronimum de Marnef, sub Pelicano, Parisiis (Paris) 1560, Un Vol. in 16 (7,5x12cm), 259pp.(1bc) (36), relié. - Roman stories seem to have appeared for the first time with annotations Paul Deacon in 1471 in Rome, in Folio. BN of France and the British Library have this incunabula edition, but not ours, that we could not find in electronic catalogs. Brand of printer pelican on page titre.Plein Calf time. Back to nerves decorated with 4 florets; nets Cold caps. boards with a geometric pattern. Cold frames forming a central rectangle with four jewels in the spandrels. Some tasks. Jolie binding Renaissance.Eutrope lived in the fourth century. The Compendium of Roman History, in ten books, ranging from the founding of Rome at the end of the reign of Emperor Jovian (364). This is a clear and easy narrative style, composed for the instruction of the Emperor Valens, it seems. was a Roman historian during the reigns of the emperors Constantine I, Julian, Jovian, Valentinian I, Valens, Gratian and Theospineius. He attended the expedition made against the Jovian Perses.Paul Deacon (720 / 730-797), born in Friuli Lombardy, will stay at the court of Charlemagne, will come as a monk at Monte Cassino in 774. Historian and author of the Lombards a history of the bishops of Metz and a life of Pope Gregory. He was also a theologian and poet. --- 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] Les histoires romaines semblent avoir paru pour la première fois avec les annotations de Paul Diacre en 1471 à Rome, in Folio. La BN de France et la British Library possèdent cette édition incunable, mais non la nôtre, que nous n'avons pu retrouver dans les catalogues électroniques. Marque de l'imprimeur au pélican sur la page de titre. Reliure en plein veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de 4 fleurons; filets à froid sur les coiffes. Plats avec un motif géométrique. Encadrements à froid formant un rectangle central avec 4 fleurons dans les écoinçons. Quelques tâches. Jolie reliure Renaissance. Eutrope vécut au Ive siècle. L'Abrégé de l'Histoire Romaine, en dix livres, va de la fondation de Rome à la fin du règne de l'empereur Jovien (364). C'est un récit clair et d'un style facile, composé pour l'instruction de l'empereur Valens, semble-t-il. était un historien romain pendant les règnes des empereurs Constantin Ier, Julien, Jovien, Valentinien Ier, Valens, Gratien et Théodose Ier. Il assista à l'expédition que fit Jovien contre les Perses. Paul Diacre (720/730-797) né à Frioul en Lombardie, séjournera à la cour de Charlemagne, entrera comme moine au Mont Cassin en 774. Historiographe des Lombards et auteurs d'une histoire des évêques de Metz et d'une vie du pape Grégoire. Il fut également théologien et poète.

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        Il Petrarcha Con l'espositione d'Alessandro Vellutello

      In Vinegia (Venise): Apresso Gabriel Giolito, 1560. Fine. Apresso Gabriel Giolito, In Vinegia (Venise) 1560, Pet. in-4 (16x23cm), (12f.) 216ff., relié. - New edition. The original edition containing comments Vellutello appeared in 1525. The first edition in 1540 Giolito date, it will be reprinted, including in 1547. The figure includes a title frontispiece with two caryatids and two cherubs holding the title and a rich Renaissance decoration, a curious portrait of Laura and Petrarch in a vase being reflected one another, a map of Vaucluse, 6 as thumbnails for Triomphi and several beautiful historiated initials, all in wood. This edition contains the Sonetti Anzoni and C, and Triomphi. Remarkable typography and layout (typical Venetian editions of that time), with the poem and commentary in italics in Roman characters being distributed around, and ending in cul-de-lamp in fine. Printer's mark in fine, with editorial guidance in the colophon. Title doubled and a brown spot one cm in low margin, p. 32 and 33, otherwise freshness of the paper, but some very light foxing on first pages, including the map of Vaucluse. Good copy. Half vellum binding to Italian corner of the late eighteenth or early nineteenth. Smooth back. As an exhibit in red morocco with minor losses in the margin. Friction on the dishes. Small gaps in borders papers. Commentary Vellutello had more success than any other comments sixteenth, notably Petro Bembo, published with the Aldine edition of 1519, which he is critical; it knew no less than 26 reprints. His full commentary will seek Latin sources poems by Petrarch and its borrowings Provencal poets, and the Bible. His approach is entirely new, and giving a new order of poems he justifies by his three short introductions (Trattato the Ordine of 'sonetti e canzoni mutato, Vita e costumi del poeta, Origin madonna di Laura con la di discrizione Valclusa e del luogo ove it poeta principio di lei is innamorò) seeking to recreate the identity and history of Laura and Petrarch. The first French translation of these comments will be born in 1555 and did much to the spread of Petrarchism, which we know she had a major role in French poetry. Vellutello also later make comments Dante (1544). Its exclusion from the intellectual milieu of the time due to the fact of his criticism Bembo and the fact that he was not a professional. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition. L'édition originale contenant les commentaires de Vellutello a paru en 1525. Marque de l'imprimeur au centre du titre-frontispice et au verso du dernier feuillet. La première édition chez Giolito date de 1540, elle sera réimprimée, notamment en 1547. L'illustration comprend un titre-frontispice avec deux cariatides et deux angelots tenant le titre et un riche décor Renaissance, un curieux portrait de Laure et Petrarque dans un vase se mirant l'un l'autre, une carte du Vaucluse, 6 vignettes de titre pour les Triomphi, et plusieurs belles lettrines historiés, l'ensemble sur bois. Cette édition contient les Sonetti et Canzoni, et les Triomphi. Remarquable typographie et mise en page (typique des éditions vénitiennes de cette époque), avec le poème en italique et le commentaire en caractères romains se distribuant autour, et finissant en cul-de-lampe in fine. Marque de l'imprimeur in fine, avec indications éditoriales dans le colophon. Reliure en demi vélin à coin italienne de la fin du XVIIIe, ou du début du XIXe. Dos lisse. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge avec petits manques en marge. Frottements sur les plats. Petits manques de papiers en bordures. Titre doublé en marge sur 1cm, et une tache brune d'un cm en marge basse, p. 32 et 33, sinon belle fraîcheur du papier, mais quelques rousseurs très pâles sur les premiers feuillets, notamment la carte du Vaucluse. Bon exemplaire. Le commentaire de Vellutello eut davantage de succès que tous les autres commentaires du XVIe, notamment celui de Petro Bembo, paru avec l'édition aldine de 1519, dont il fait la critique ; celui-ci ne connut pas moins de 26 réimpressions. Ses commentaires fouillés vont rechercher les sources latines des poèmes de Pétrarque ainsi que ses emprunts aux poètes provençaux, et à la Bible. Son approche est entièrement nouvelle, et en conférant un nouvel ordre des poésies qu'il justifie par ses 3 courtes introductions (Trattato de l'ordine de' sonetti e canzoni mutato, Vita e costumi del poeta, Origine di madonna Laura con la discrizione di Valclusa e del luogo ove il poeta di lei a principio s'innamorò) il cherche à recréer l'identité et l'histoire de Laure et Petrarque. La première traduction française de ces commentaires verra le jour en 1555 et fit beaucoup pour la diffusion du pétrarquisme, dont on sait qu'elle eut un rôle majeur sur la poésie française. Vellutello fera également plus tard les commentaires de Dante (en 1544). Son exclusion du milieu intellectuel de l'époque provient du fait de sa critique envers Bembo et du fait qu'il n'était pas un professionnel.

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        Quadrins historiques de la Bible

      Lyon: Jean de Tournes, 1560. Boards. Good/This 1560 edition of Quadrins historiques is based on the version that had appeared two years earlier. Merging the separate traditions of the "Biblia Pauperum" (bibles in pictures for unlettered readers) and the emblem book (wisdom conveyed in pictures with explanatory verses), this volume presents Bible passages in a series of extraordinary woodcuts by Bernard Salomon, glossed in French quatrains. . Octavo (16 cm); [246] pages (signatures A-P8, Q4, last leaf blank). Title with ornamental woodcut border; 231 half-page woodcut illustrations (57 x 80 mm) by Bernard Salomon, with one stanza of text accompanying each woodcut. Bound in modern (?) stiff vellum, impressed with blind stamp design on both boards. Title page dusty, with early ownership inscriptions; dampstains, especially in first leaves and sporadically thereafter. Repair to A3 not affecting text; I-4 and 5 dampstained and trimmed close. References: Brunet IV, 995, suppl. 341; Cartier 452.

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        La Circe di Giovambattista Gelli accademico fiorentino.

      - [S.l. (prob. Venezia), circa 1560], in-8 piccolo, leg. settecentesca in piena pelle spruzzata, dorso a 5 nervi, titolo e fregi in oro negli scomparti, carte 96. Con testata, vignetta al front. e iniziali xilografiche. Per la data di stampa cfr. Edit 16, CNCE20561. Buon esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Terence, Latin plays, 2nd century AD, VELLUM,1560

      VG. Terentius, bettern known as Terence. [Publius Terentius Afer]. In quem triplex edita est P. Antesignani Rapistagnensis Commentatio. Primum Exemplar, Commentariolum est ex omni interpretation genere : in quo affixi sunt ad singula vocabula hyperdisyllaba Accentus, appositae que ad singulos versus Dimensiones, & multiplicia, copiosaque as omnes Comoedias singulasque Scenas Argumenta, variae insuper Annotationes, & exactae Castigationes. Followed by the Secundum Examplar and Tertium Examplar. Editio Primi Exempl. Lugduni: Apud Antonium Vincentium, 1560. 6 3/4in x 4 3/4in, 18 x 12 cm. Vellum, octavo, missing the top inch of the spine and the vellum cracked over much of the front hinge, but sound, vellum with wrinkling and bubbling. With the initials CMF on the title page, and a repair to a worm hole; there is a little worming on the first few pages, and brown (ink?) spots on a very few pages, but generally, quite a nice copy. (28), 383pp [COMPLETE]. Terence (195/185ñ159 BC) was sold to Terentius Lucanus, a Roman senator who educated him, and later freed him. He wrote 6 comedies of which 3 are published in this volume: Andria (the Girl from Andros), Eunuchus (the Eunuch), and Adelphoe (the Brothers).

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        7 Kupferstiche mit Darstellungen aus dem Alten Testament

      1560 - (ca. 1560). jeweils unter Klapppassepartout montiert 1: Le songe de Jacob. Jakobs Traum (unten rechts bezeichnet "Jacob", unten links "cum privilegio R"), im Oval, 6,7 x 9 cm, knapp am Oval beschnitten 2: L'Homme de Dieu tue par le lion, (unten recht bezeichnet "L'Homme de Dieu", unten links "Stephanus F), im Oval, 6,7 x 9 cm, knapp am Oval beschnitten 3: Der Turmbau zu Babel. 7 x 10,3 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 4: Noahs Opfer. Genesis 8. Unterhalb der Darstellung mit zweizeiligem lat. Text. 7,8 x 10,3 cm, knapp außerhalb der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 5: Verfluchung Kains. (Also ging Kain von dem Angesicht des Herren). Unterhalb der Darstellung mit zweizeiligem lat. Text. 7,8 x 10,5 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten, etwas schwacher Abzug, etwas braunfleckig 6: Der verlorene Sohn (Wiederkehr). 6,5 x 9,3 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten 7: Der verlorene Sohn (?) (Verabschiedung?). 6,3 x 9,5 cm, sehr knapp an der Einfassungslinie beschnitten, etwas gebräunt 1100 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Breviarium O.S.B.monasticum ritum et morem monachorum Ordinis S. Benedicti de observantia Casinensis Congregationis alias Sanctae Justinae...

      apud heredes Lucae Antonii Juntae. 1560 (explicit:) ...DECTRETUM CAPITULI GENERALIS 1502 PER JULIUM II PONT. MAX. VI CAL. FEB. 1506 CONFIRMATUM... Venetiis, 1560 (explicit:) apud heredes Lucae Antonii Juntae. IN 4, ° PERGAMENA MOLLE COEVA MOLTO STANCA (CON QUALCHE STRAPPO ED ANGOLI ARICCIATI). 355 ff. MAL NUMERATI (=351), 1 F. BIANCO ( INCOLLATO ALLA LEGATURA), SEGN. + 4, ++ 6, a - y 4, z2, aa - gg4, hh6, ii - yy 4, zz6, aaa - fff4, ggg6. TESTO COMPLETAMENTE STAMPATO IN CARATTERE SEMIGOTICO ROSSO E NERO. NUMEROSE INIZIALI ORNATE, PICCOLE FIGURE E 10 BELLE SILOGRAFIE A PIENA PAGINA (LE PRIME DUE RIFILATE IN BASSO DAL LEGATORE, LE ALTRE RIPIEGATE). MANCA IL F. 342 (SEGN.UU 2). ESEMPLARE CORTO DI MARGINE DI ECCEZIONALE RARITÀ. BOHATTA, BIBLIOGRAPHIE DER BREVIERE, 1262. CAMERINI, ANNALI DEI GIUNTI - VENEZIA, 640. "QUESTO BREVIARIO È SEGNATO NEL VECCHIO CATALOGO DELLA BIBLIOTECA CASANETENSE DI ROMA: MA NON SI TROVA PIÙ. BOHATTA ED ESSLING A QUELLA COPIA SI RIFERISCONO".

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        De curandis vulneribus sclopettorum - Enchiridion chirurgicum, externorum morborum remedia - Stephani Atheniensis In Galeni priorem librum therapeuticum ad Glauconem

      Gulielmum Rovillium, Lugduni - Andream Wechelum, Parisiis - apud Juntas, Venetiis 1560 - 1567 - 1554 1560 Le 3 opere legate in un volume. In 16°(cm.16,5), legatura ottocentesca mezza pelle, titolo e filetti in oro al dorso, piatti marmorizz., lievi abrasioni al dorso, nel complesso in ottime condizioni - De curandis: pp.128, mancano le pp. da 129 a 150 (solo testo), 15 belle illustraz. xilografiche n.t. (attrezzature mediche), restauro non recente di foro di tarlo ad un centinaio di pag. che non riguarda il testo; molto raro anche se incompleto - Enchiridion: pp.343,(6), vignetta xilogr. al frontesp., testate e capilettera, carte in ottime condiz. Rara opera di uno dei migliori chirurghi del suo tempo - Galeni priorem librum: pp.(24),165 [ma numerate a 83], Rara edizione in latino (scholia di Agostino Gadaldini) del primo libro di Galeno, col commento di Stefano di Atene. Qualche rossura marginale, il resto in ottime condizioni. - - -

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        P. Ovidii Nasonis Fastorvm lib. VI. : Tristvm libri V. De Ponto lib. III. item, Claudii Ptolemaei in inerrantium Stellarum significationes, per Nicololaum Leonicum e Graeco translatae. XII Romanorum menses, in ueteribus monimentis Romae reperti.. Sex Priorum mensium digestio, ex sex Ouidij Fastorum libris exerpta; Adiecimus quoque in Fastorum libros Scholia Philippi Melnachthonis.

      Basiliae per Henrichum Petri, [Basel, H. Petri], 1560.. Sechs Teile in einem Band (dekorative Holzschnitt-Titelumrahmung) 465 S. [lxiii] Kl.-8° Halbleinenband des 19. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel.. Schweiger II, 654 (wohl zweite Auflage der Ausgabe 1551) Seltene Ausgabe der Fasti, Tristia und Epistulae ex Ponto des römischen Dichter Ovid hier erweitert um Schriften von Ptolomäus und den Fasten Kommentar Melanchthons. Die ersten und letzten Blätter etwas stramm eingebunden und leicht beschädigt, sonst gut erhalten-

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        Aristotelis Stagiritae Libri omnes, quibus historia, partes, incessus, motus, generatioque animalium, atq(ue) etiam plantarum naturae brevis descriptio, pertractantur. (Theodoro Gaza, Ioanne Bernardo Feliciano, Nicolao Leonico Thomaeo interprete - = Theodore Gaza, Giovanni Bernardo Feliciano und Nicolo Leonico Tomeo). Wohl 1. Druck dieser separaten lateinischen Edition (aus mehreren Editionen zusammengestellte Sammlung) der naturgeschichtlichen Schriften des Aristoteles - erschien in dieser Kollation auch als 4. Band einer Werkausgabe des Aristoteles (6 Bände und Register, Lyon, J. Giunta, ca. 1560/61).

      Lyon (Lugdunum), Thibaud Payen (Theobaldus Paganus) für Jacques Giunta Erben (haeredes Iacobi Iuntae), 1560.. 842 S., 3 Bll. (die letzten 2 Bll. weiss). Mit kleiner Holzschnittdruckermarke (Lilie) auf dem Titel, 4 (3 schematischen) Textholzschnitten und einigen figürlichen Holzschnittinitialen. Kl.8° (16°) - (12,2 x 8 cm), flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit - seitlich mit ca. 1,5 cm überstehenden, abgeknickten (überlappenden) Kanten.. Einband etwas berieben, fleckig, stockfleckig und gebräunt; Vorderdeckel mit kleiner Bezugsfehlstelle (Pergamentfehler); von den ehemaligen Stoffschliessen sind nur noch die kleinen Einschnitte zur Befestigung der Stoffbänder vorhanden; Vorsätze etwas geknittert; fast durchgehend am Kopf wasserfleckig - meist nur schwach, bei den ersten und letzten Bll. sowie einigen weiteren Bll. etwas stärker; letzte Bll. auch mit kleinerem Wasserfleck im seitlichen (weissen) Rand; einige Bll. mit sehr kleinem Tintenfleck im Fußsteg; wenige Bll. mit sehr schwachem Wasserfleck am Fuß; gering stockfleckig und gebräunt; manchmal kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken; 2 Besitzvermerke von alter Hand auf dem Titel (alt durchgestrichen bzw. übermalt). Hübsche lateinische Taschenausgabe der naturgeschichtlichen Schriften. Vgl. BM STC, French Books, 24 (dort nicht der vorliegende Einzeldruck, sondern die Bände 1-5 der Werkausgabe)/ nicht bei Adams, Graesse, Brunet, Schweiger etc..

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        In primum Euclidis elementorum librum commentariorum ad universam mathematicam disciplinam principium eruditionis tradentium libri IV.

      Padua, Grazioso Percacino, 1560. - Folio (215 x 300 mm). (16), 272, (24) pp. With woodcut device on t. p. (Minerva and Mercury holding the wing tips of a rising phoenix), woodcut portrait on reverse, and printer's device on final leaf, as well as numerous mathematical diagrams in the text. Contemp. Italian limp vellum with ms. spine title. First Latin edition of one of the major works by Proclus Lycaeus (412-485), founder and head of the neo-Platonic school of Athens: a commentary on the first book of Euclid's "Elements of Geometry", the "oldest mathematical textbook in the world still in common use today" (PMM). Includes the text of the theorems, set within ornamental woodcut framings, and the geometrical diagrams. The editor and translator Francesco Barozzi (1537-1604) taught at the University of Padua. He was later charged with sorcery (in particular, he was said to have caused a torrential rainstorm over his native Crete) and condemned by the Inquisition in 1587. "Barocius' edition of Proclus' commentary on the first book of Euclid's 'Elements' was the first important translation of this work, for it was based on better manuscripts than previous efforts had been. The translation, published in 1560, was completed by Barocius at the age of twenty-two" (DSB). His portrait on the reverse of the title page is cut within a magnificent border. - Old ms. ownership on flyleaf obliterated (probably in the early 19th century); old ownership stamp over title woodcut erased, replaced by a different coat of arms in ink, very likely that of the Italian comital family Antico (insignificant bleeding to reverse). Occasional slight waterstaining, still an exceptionally appealing, clean copy. Edit 16, CNCE 33726. Adams P 2138. BM-STC Italian 540. Mortimer 403. Honeyman 2543. DSB I, 468. Brunet IV, 895. Riccardi I/1, 82, 1 ("Bella e rara edizione"). Cf. PMM 25. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        ENCHIRIDIO CIOE' MANUALE CIRUGICO, DI ANTONIO CALMETEO, CIRUGICO ECCELLENTISSIMO. Nel quale s'insegna la Ragione, e la Prattica di curare tutti i mali esterni, co' loro Rimedij, sì universali, come particolari. Nuovamente tradotto di Latino in volgare per opera del Sig. Horatio Poli, detto Montagnana. Aggiuntovi in fine la Ragione di guarir il Mal francese, sicura, & approvatissima.

      Prima edizione italiana. Opera dedicata a Raimondo Della Torre, Conte di Val Sassina. Cm.14,7x9. Pg.(16), 572, numerate solo al recto. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Minime tracce d'uso. Antonio Calmeteo è il nome italianizzato di Antoine Chaumette (Vergezac, XVI secolo). Allievo di Rondelet e di Saporta a Montpellier, quindi di Sylvius a Parigi, fu valente chirurgo, assai celebre al suo tempo, esercitando la professione principalmente a Puy. Il presente testo, pubblicato la prima volta in latino nel 1560, costituisce la sua opera principale, e fu tradotta, oltre alla presente versione italiana, anche in francese, in tedesco e in olandese.

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        Secretorum agri enchiridion primum, hortorum curam, auxilia, secreta, & medica praesidia inventu prompta, ac paratu facilia. Paris. Morel. 1560. (17,5 x 11,5 cm). 8 nn., 180 num. Bll. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel. - Beigebunden: Derselbe. De hortensium arborum insitione opusculum. Eiusdem dendranatome.

      Ebendort, 1560. - 28 num. Bll. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit in modernem Pappschuber. Zwei frühe und bedeutende Schriften (jeweils in erster Ausgabe) zur Landwirtschaft und zum Gartenbau, die auch auf die deutsche Gartenbauliteratur einen gewissen Einfluss ausgeübt haben. - "In the first book the author treats of the garden, its site, soil and moisture; of manures; of sowing and planting; of hoeing, weeding and watering; of all the pest of a garden. The second book treats of vegetables and flowers" (Ferguson). - Ein drittes Werk erschien 1575 und behandelt den Obstbau. - Stellenweise am Rand etwas fleckig. Vorsätze erneuert. Einband etwas fleckig und berieben. Ohne die Bindebänder. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - Ferguson, Books of Secrets IV, 5; Adams M 1514 und 1497; Güntz I, 85; BM STC, French Books 315 und 314

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        Taccuino di disegni di Giovannino de Grassi

      Codice: 31 carte pergamenacee. Interamente illustrato a colori. Legatura d'archivio in busta di velluto. cm 19 x 26 x 1. gr 395. Commentario: 64 pagine. 6 ill. a colori. Brossura. cm 21 x 30 x 0,7. gr 369. Cofanetto di custodia contenente il codice e il commentario: cm 24 x 33 x 4,5. gr 1560. Riproduzione in facsimile dell'originale (1390 - 1405 ca) conservato nella Biblioteca Civica "Angelo Mai" di Bergamo (Cassaf. 1.21).. Collana: Ars illuminandi. Commento dell'editore: Il "Taccuino di disegni" di Giovannin

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        Il duello... + Discorso intorno all'honore, & al modo di indurre le querele per ogni sorte d'ingiuria alla pace

      2 voll. in 8° legati in uno, c.nn. 16, p. 136; p. 67,b. Seconda edizione del Duello (prima ed. 1560), da preferirsi alla prima. Ottimo esemplare. Bella legatura seicentesca in pelle con filettature e fregi in oro ai piatti; nervature, fregi e titoli in oro al dorso.

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        La historia universale de suoi tempi di M. Lionardo Aretino... Con la giunta delle cose fatte... fino all'anno 1560. Riveduta, ampliata, e corretta per Francesco Sansovino

      In 4°, c.nn. 6, numerate 236, nn. 8. Terza edizione della traduzione italiana dell'umanista Donato Acciaiuoli dell'opera di Bruni, considerata la più importante storia della Firenze rinascimentale. Buon esemplare, con le prime 5 carte leggermente brunite. Legatura settecentesca in pergamena. (Moreni, I, 176).

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        Die Tugenden Liebe, Gerechtigkeit, Mäßigkeit und Stärke.

      - Vier Radierungen im Hochoval, nach Ann. Carracci (1560-1609), auf Bütten. 13,8:10 cm. Literatur: Bartsch 54-57. – Ausgezeichnete Abdrucke der 4-Blatt-Folge. Etwas stockfleckig und gebräunt, bei einem Blatt linke obere Ecke schräg geschnitten, bei zwei weiteren Blättern eine bzw. zwei Ecken mit Fehlstellen. Cesi war Schüler von P. da Cortona (1596-1669). Obwohl er auch als Maler tätig war, ist er hauptsächlich als Kupferstecher bekannt.

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        Kupferstich Magdeburg: " Warhaffte Contrafeet der weitberühmten alten Stadt Magdeburg, welche im Jahr DCCCCXXXVII von Kaiser Otthone des Grossen.erbauet und jetzt im MDLI. Jahr vom Römischen Reich belagert zu Wasser und zu Land.

      - (., wie solches hie mit allen Feldlagern und Blochhäusern für Augen zu sehen "). ( Ohne nähere Angaben zum Stecher, Verleger oder Erscheinungsjahr - ca. um 1560 erschienen und den Belagerungszustand Magdeburgs im Jahre 1551 zeigend ) Blattgröße: 31 x 39 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), unter Glas und Passepartout gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 47,5 x 55, 5 cm ). Sehr detailreiches, großformatiges Blatt aus der Vogelschau mit umfangreicher Bildlegende, Gefechtsszenen, Waffen, Reitern, Zeltlagern etc. Die Bildlegende gibt an: Die verbrannte Sudenburg - Der Dom zu S. Moritz - Sebastian - S. Gangolf - Unser lieber Frauen - S. Anna - Der H. Geist - S. Bartholome - S. Ulrich - S. Johannes - Das Rathaus - Barfüsser - S. Katharina - Maria Magdalena - Hunenthurm - S. Peter - S. Jacob - Augustin - Hohe Pfort - Lager in der Neustat - Schwarzen Blockhaus - Lazarus Schwenden Blochhaus - Wachtmeister Blochhaus - Teuffstetter Blochhaus. Das Blatt gering fleckig, ansonsten von guter Erhaltung. ( Gewicht 1500 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Transportfrage klären da unter Glas gerahmt ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        Divi Pavlini episcopi Nolani, Qvotqvot extant opera omnia

      12mo. Coloniae: Apud Maternum Cholinum, 1560. 12mo, [24]; 705pp (Some pagination discrepancies: between p 176 & 177 is a signature numbered 147-176; p 431 mistakenly numbered as 231; p. 698, as 998; p. 702, as 687; p. 703, as 7002 ). Early full calf, covers stamped in gilt, lettered in gilt D . CAROL . DEBONY . XENIOLUM. Backstrip crudely repaired, lacquered, early inscription on title-page and front free endpaper in ink. Some browning but quite a nice copy, though worn. Adams P-477 (CC only). 3 copies listed in OCLC. Buyck P 09.1. One copy online, at 900 euros (9/08). ?Saint Paulin (354-431) naquit à Bordeaux en 354, d'une des plus anciennes et des plus célèbres familles sénatoriales de Rome, qui avait d'immenses possessions en Italie, en Aquitaine et en Espagne. Ausone, le premier orateur et le premier poète de son temps, fut son maître, et, sous sa conduite, Paulin devint lui-même un orateur et un écrivain fort remarquable. Ses talents, ses richesses, ses vertus l'élevèrent aux plus hautes dignités de l'empire, il fut même honoré du consulat, l'an 378. » Abbé L. Jaud, Vie des Saints pour tous les jours de l'année, Tours, Mame, 1950. On a conservé de lui 35 poèmes, très élégants, la plupart en hexamètres dactyliques. Paulin de Nole est aussi l'auteur d'un ensemble de 49 lettres de forme très ornée, témoignant de sa piété et de sa sensibilité personnelle, ainsi que du goût littéraire de l'époque. Cette édition ne contient pas l?intégralité de l?oeuvre mais un échantillon choisi des lettres et des poèmes.?

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        LE NOUVEAU TESTAMENT c'est-à-dire La Nouvelle Alliance de Notre Seigneur Jésus-Christ. Reveu de nouveau et corrigé sur le Grec par l'advis des ministres de Genève

      Robert Estienne 1560 - In-12 de 708 pages, suivi d'un dictionnaire de 16 pages appelé "Recueil d'aucuns mots et manières de parler difficiles du nouveau Testament, avec leur déclaration" et d'une table des matières de 20 pages. Reliure en velin d'époque; sur la page de garde figure la signature du pasteur Vermeil. Cette édition est une nouvelle traduction conjointe par les ministres fondateurs Calvin et Théodore de Bèze. Etat de conservation exceptionnel. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BOKE OF SURVEYING and Improuementes Newly Corrected and Amended, Very Necessarye For All Men

      London by Thomas Marshe [circa 1560] - VERY RARE, an early reissue, date of publication estimated by STC. The first edition was printed by Pynson in 1523. Engraved titlepage with acorn device. 8vo, (136 by 91mm), full blind paneled calf over wooden boards in period style, the spine with raised bands between compartments framed in blind. A4, B-H7, lacking final blank leaf H8 and text leaves G8 and H1. VERY RARE, OCLC SHOWS COPIES AT THE HUNTINGTON, BRITISH LIBRARY AND CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY ONLY. This edition has Berthelet's verses and the prologue, but it does not name Fitzherbert as the author. From The Boke of Surveying and Improvements, may be learned a great deal about the economy of the feudal system at the time of its decline. Whether the judge, Sir Anthony Fitzherbert, or his elder brother John was the author of the two tracts is a debate that has been going on for centuries, but in either case the value of these important sources for English agrarian history remains unaffected. Professor Skeat, in a positive way, championed the claims of Sir Anthony, and was met by the Rev. Reginald Fitzherbert in an article which sets forth at some length the arguments and probabilities in favor of the elder brother. The catalogue of the British Museum apparently inclines to the latter's side, while J. M. Rigg, in the Dictionary of National Biography, warmly espouses the cause of Sir Anthony. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        PANOPLIA EVANGELICA, SIVE, DE VERBO DEI EVANGELICO LIBRI QUINQUE

      Coloniae Agrippinae; Coloniae: Maternus Cholinus; Arnodi Birchmanni, 1560. contemporary full leather over boards, rolled designs in blind. small folio. contemporary full leather over boards, rolled designs in blind. xxxxviii, 527, (1), 36, (xiii), 144 pages ; xii, 382 pages. BOUND TOGETHER WITH LOCI COMMUNES THEOLOGICI PRO ECCLESIA CATHOLICA. This volume contains two important books written by a well-respected and well-known Catholic clergymen during the Reformation. Additionally, they are both first printings. (Adams 717 & 718 for Panoplia and Adams 2221 for Loci ) We can find no other instances where the two are bound in one. There are very few public holdings of either title in the first edition (for example, ten for Panoplia and three for Loci per OCLC) and only a few more in the later printings. Text in Latin. Panoplia is, itself, in two parts - both of which are present here and have separate title pages. It has the folding table, which is so often missing as it was never bound-in. The author, Lindanus, was a staunch defender of the faith, bishop of Ruremonde, and later of Ghent. Phillip II helped him found the Royal Seminary at Louvain for the education of young clerics. Loci Communes, by general definition, are the common topics of discussion in theology. During the Reformation, a number of writers on both sides used the loci method to argue their case. Konrad Kling (Conrado Clingio) was one of the Catholic writers of Loci, which bolstered the Catholic stronghold. Cling or Kling, was a Franciscan monk in Germany and preached at Erfurt. He was remarked as being, "the only priest who kept up the religious services of his Church at a time when the Romish churches were deserted and the people eagerly listened to evangelical truth, as preached by the Reformers and either disciples." (Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature). Kling died in 1566. The binding is an attractive example of the German rolled style and is certainly contemporary with the text. It had clasps at one time as evidenced by nail marks, staining and a small loss of leather on the bottom board. The edges are soiled, as are the first and last few pages. These are also quite worn at the corners with some small paper loss. There are some small stains and very minor smudges throughout the text. Altogether, an attractive volume with hard-to-find texts.

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        Of Chinese Gynecologic Oncology (Set 2 Volumes)(Chinese Edition) ZHONG GUO FU KE ZHONG LIU XUE ( TAO ZHUANG SHANG XIA CE )

      People's Medical Publishing. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.HardCover Pub Date: 2011 07 Pages: 1560 Language: Chinese in Publisher: People's Medical Publishing Gynecologic Oncology science (Set 2 Volumes) written by more than 100 experts side by side. is divided into two volumes. 34 chapters large reference book is an authoritative. detailed. in-depth reflect the gynecological tumors academic achievements at home and abroad. on behalf of the advanced level of gynecologic oncology clinic. Previous gynecologic oncology General to explain the development... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Scenographiae, sive Perspectivae

      1560. VREDEMAN DE VRIES, Hans. Scenographiae, sive Perspectivae (ut Aedificia, hoc modo ad opticam excitata, Pictorum vulgus vocat) pulcherrimae viginti selectissimarum fabricarum, à pictore Ioanne Vreedmanno Frisio ingeniosissimè excogitatae & designatae: & à Hieronymo Cock in gratiam pictorum aliorumque huiusmodi rebus se oblectantium his venustissimis typis in lucem aeditae... Letterpress title-page. Illustrated with engraved dedication and 20 full-page etched plates after drawings by Vredeman de Vries. Oblong folio, 255 x 360 mm, bound in nineteenth-century marbled boards. Antwerp: Hieronymus Cock, 1560. First Edition. This model book for artists demonstrates perspective through a series of etched views of imaginary cityscapes, colonnades, fountains, gardens, interiors, and churches after drawings by the celebrated Dutch architect and draughtsman Hans Vredeman de Vries (ca. 1527-1604). The series of 20 views were etched by Joannes and Lucas Van Doetecum and published by the venerable Hieronymus Cock (1518-1570) at his Au Quatre Vens publishing house in Antwerp. This title represents the first of series of perspectival views by Vredeman de Vries which "...transcend the immediately craft-oriented design tradition: what we find here is an overview of a new visual syntax worked out in an urban context" (Peter Fuhring, Hieronymus Cock: The Renaissance in Print, p. 279). The empty town plazas and city squares, often populated with nothing more than a flock of birds in the distant sky, would have stoked the imagination of young architects, painters, and designers eager to apply the new artistic innovations of Renaissance Italy. Here, Vredeman de Vries applies a low vanishing point to demonstrate central and off-center perspective creating a dramatic viewing experience. Atmospheric perspective is also applied, as distant buildings and other details are etched with a lighter hand thus appearing further away. This effect is achieved by the skilled etching of the Van Doetecum brothers. One detail of note is the inclusion of Cock's workshop on the corner of the first view, identifiable by a sign reading "iiii vens" hung below four putti blowing in the four cardinal directions. Mr. Cock stands in the doorway with his wife Volcxken Diericx behind the counter within - a subtle detail that indicates the importance of Cock's workshop to the artists with whom he worked and his role in disseminating their work. Following the publication of the Scenographiae in 1560, Cock published a series of smaller architectural views by Vredeman de Vries in 1562, resulting in the present work being known as the "The Large Perspective Book." Both series are rare, as with most model books they would be lost to heavy use (they are absent from both Millard and Fowler). The watermark on the plates, a gloved hand with a five petaled flower and the number three below, most resembles that of Briquet 11381, from paper made on or before 1552. Some marginal waterstaining, particularly to the upper right hand corner of most leaves, a few marginal tears professionally repaired, skillfully rebacked. Some blue paint can be found lightly splattered on a few plates indicating the book has clearly been used for its very purpose. Overall it remains in exceptional condition with very nice impressions. Berlin Katolog 2211. Hieronymus Cock: The Renaissance in Print 81. Briquet 11381. Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish Engravings and Woodcuts, Vol. 47, Nos. 30-50.

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        De Rerum Invotoribus lib. VIII. Eiusdem in dominicam precem commentariolus

      New edition. The work was blacklisted and was republished in 1575 in redacted form and editing that we present is not so no. The first French translation seems to have appeared in 1527 as a copy of the University of Glasgow, although contradictory data gives 1528 as the date of the first French edition in Latin by Robert Etienne. Rare, like all editions. Absent from the BNF and French catalogs (except for one edition in Lyon 1586), as many libraries. It was impossible to find the date of the original, certainly in the early years of the sixteenth in Italy, although Gregory gives 1571 for the first edition ...? Brunet gives 1499 as the date of the first édition.Impression Italic. Vellum full time. Polydore Vergil (1470-1555) was born and died in Urbino, after studying in Bologna and Padua, he became secretary to the Duke of Urbino and the chamberlain of Alexander VI. His first two writings made him famous and won great popularity 'Proverbiorum Libellus' and' De Rerum inventoribus', translated into French by 'The inventors of things. In 1501 the pope sent him to England, becoming intimate of Henry VII, the latter ordered him a history of England by which Polidoro became the first modern historian, not content to make a simple but chronic student events and he influenced all future historians and even Shakespeare in his vision of the story. He returned to his native country during the religious changes in England. (Catholic Encyclopedia). In the form of articles, it is treated with all kinds of inventions, salt, pottery, paintings, linen, music ... The book is also a history of medicine and magic. Polydore Vergil naturally drew on much the Ancients. Some worm holes on the back, a tear at the top of Vellum. apud Iacobum Boyerium Lugduni (Lyon) 1560 fort in 16 (12,2x8cm) (24) 676pp. -34. Un Vol. relié

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