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        Andreae Tiraquelli de utroque retractu, municipali et conventionali. 4. hac, eademque postrema ed. / ab autore ipso diligentissime recogniti et locupletati .

      Rovillius 1560 In 4°, pp. 56, 798. Numerose capilettera, Fioriture. Tracce di tarli che non ledono il testo. Alcune sottolineature e glosse al margine con inchiostro nero. Legatura coeva in t. pergamena con piccole mancanze ai margini e vistose mancanze al dorso, .

      [Bookseller: Nuovi Quaderni di Capestrano]
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        Elucidatio fabricae ususque astrolabii. Paris, H. de Marnef & G. Cavellat 1559. 8°. 8 Bll., 172 num.Bll. mit Druckermarke am Titel, zahlr. Textholzschnitten u. 2 gef. Tabellen, Manuskript.-Hprgt. d. Zt.

      . . BL, French Books 408 (dort mit ? 1560) - vgl. Adams S 1889 (Ausg. 1564), Zinner 144 (Ausg. 1553) u. Houzeau-L 3256 (andere Ausgaben).- Sehr seltene Ausgabe des berühmtesten Werkes des in Tübingen tätigen Astronomen und Mathematikers Johann Stoeffler (1452 - 1531). Erstmals 1513 erschienen, trug seine Schrift zur endgültigen Verbreitung des Astrolabs in Europa entscheidend bei (vgl. Wightman, Science and the Renaissance I, 119).- Die Holzschnitte im ersten Abschnitt über das Astrolabium sind astronomischer und astrologischer Art, diejenigen im Abschnitt "De geometricis mensurationibus rerum" über das Feldmessen, zeigen Meßvorgänge an Gebäuden und in der Landschaft.- Titel aufgezogen, angeschmutzt u. berieben (kl. Fehlstelle im w. Rand) sonst nur gering gebräunt od. stockfleckig, 1 Tabelle altkoloriert.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Johannes Müller]
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        Drey guter Nützlicher lehr einer Nachtigal..

      Nürnberg, Valentin Neuber, ca .1560. 8°, 4 Bl., 1 Titelholzschnitt, Geheftet, Etwas fleckig Preis in CHF: 1650. Vgl. VD 16, S 225 u. Goedeke II, 430. - Der Holzschnitt (von Erhard Schön) auf dem Titel zeigt 3 Putti inmitten von Rosenranken, die damit beschäftigt sind, deren Blätter zu pflücken und in Körbe zu sammeln. Das allegorische Reimgedicht - ein Gespräch zwischen einem Bauern und einer Nachtigal basiert auf der Aesop-Übertragung von Heinrich Steinhöwels die 1476 in Ulm gedruckt wurde.

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        Libelli aliquot utiles Philippi Melanthonis. De Ecclesia. De Poenitentia. De conjugio Sacerdotum. Scripta quaedam, de usu integri Sacramenti & Missa Theatrica. De potestate Pontificis & Episcoporum, & aliis quibusdam controversiis, collecta opera & studio Casparis Crucigeris (...). Scriptum in conventu Schmalcaldensi, propositum a Theologis, qui ibi adfuerunt contra Suenckfeldium, Sebastium Francum, & nonnullos errones aios, Mente Martio, Anno 1537. Responsio de Controversiis Stancari.

      Vitebergae [Wittenberg], excudebat Johannes Luft, 1560.. In-8, demi-veau fauve, dos lisse orne de filets dores, petit fer estampe repete (rel. du XIXe s., dos frotte, mors et coif. sup. uses), 167 f., (1) f. blanc [sign. A-X8], lettrines sur bois et culs-de-lampe, qqs. aureoles claires, cachet clair au titre. Edition originale de l'un des derniers ouvrages de Melanchthon, publie a son retour a Wittenberg quelques mois avant sa mort. Concu dans un but pedagogique, ce recueil contient plusieurs "petits traites utiles" et d'importantes pieces de controverses, offrant un veritable compendium destine a diffuser les nouveaux principes issus de la Reforme en matiere de dogme et de liturgie. (Adams, M-1165. H.E. Bindseil, 'Bibliotheca Melanthoniana', n°297C, p.16). Pet. gal de vers sans atteinte au texte en marge interieure des f. 69-89..

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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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        Warhafftig widerlegung der grossen verfelschung der Judischen Lerer, des 22. Psalm wider jren eygenen buchstaben darinnen auch ein bekrefftigung Jesu Christi ... uber welchem die Judischen Lerer disputiren vnd jn als ein natürlichen menschen verfassen vnd dargeben auß Hebreischer gegruengter sprach ... Nürnberg, Guldenmundt 1536. 4°. 39 nn. Bll., mit großer Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt und Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Schluss, mod. Umschl.

      . . VD 16, S 8500 - STC 828 - Kuczynski 2550 - STC Gernan Books 828 - nicht in Fürst u. Adams.- Erste und wohl einzige Ausgabe.- Paul Staffelsteiner (? - 1560) ein getaufter Jude aus Nürnberg unterrichtete u.a. Hebräisch an der Universität Heidelberg.- Im Titel sagt der Verfasser von sich selbst: "auß Hebreischer gegruengter sprach durch Paulum Staffelsteiner ... von Judischem samen auß dem geschlecht Aharon in der loeblichen Reichstat Nuernberg geborn Aber zu der Christlichen widergeburt von Gott erfordert ... außgezogen vnd eroeffedt".- Die schöne Titeleinfassung zeigt oben Gottvater, von Engeln umgeben, an den Seiten König David und ein Prophet, unten die Kreuzigung mit Söldnern und Schächer.- Gutes, nur leicht gebräuntes Exemplar.# Very rare and probably only edition.- Paul Staffelsteiner (? - 1560) a baptized Jew from Nuremberg taught Hebrew at the University of Heidelberg.- Paper slightly browned, otherwise good copy.

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

      . Kupferstich aus Lafreri-Atlas, um 1560, 19 x 27,8 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). 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 Gabes in Tunesien. - Oben mittig Vedutentitel; unten rechts am Ansichtenrand Meilenzeiger. - Sehr seltener früher italienischer Einblattdruck aus einem Lafreri-Sammelatlas.

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        L'amadigi del S. Bernardo Tasso. A l'invittissimo, e catolico Re Filippo. Con Privilegi.

      In Vinegia (Venedig), Appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1560.. 25x19 cm. 1 Titelbl. mit gest. Vignette, 3 Seiten Vorwort von Lodovico Dolce (1508-1658), 1 S. Holzschnitt- Porträt Tassos, 612 S., 1 Bl. "Errori da Correggersi" mit Gedicht u. Holzschnitt-Illustration. Leder des 18. Jahrhunderts mit voller Rückenvergoldung, Rückentitel u. Jahreszahl.. BM, Italian Books 659; Gamba 1686; Brunet V, 662; KLL 959. - Erste Ausgabe des berühmten aus spanischen Vorbildern schöpfenden Rittergedichtes, welches dem Autor zu Ruhm und finanziellem Erfolg brachte. Herausgegeben von Lodovico Dolce. - Kapital unten und Kanten minim bestossen, oben knapp beschnitten, sehr schönes, sauberes und dekoratives Exemplar. Tasso wurde in Bergamo geboren, studierte in Padua und bekleidete verschiedene Stellen in Rom, Ferrara und Venedig, wo er sich als Dichter einen Namen machte. 1531 trat er in die Dienste des Prinzen Ferdinando Sanseverino von Salerno, dem er 1552 ins Exil folgte. Sein beliebtestes Werk war "Amadigi", eine italienische Versbearbeitung von Garci Rodriguez de Montalvo "Amadis de Gaula" (1560), die er mit selbsterfundenen Episoden ausschmückte. 1587 vollendete und veröffentlichte sein Sohn Torquato Tasso die "Floridante" (Wikipedia).

      [Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat Leonidas Sakellaridi]
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        Auli Gellii luculentissimi scriptoris Noctes Atticae.

      Paris, Hieron. Manef sub Pelicano 1560.. 12°. 674 S., 38 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign u. Druckermarke. HLdr. d. 18. Jhdts. m. Rückensch.. Adams G 359 - Aulus Gellius (125 - nach 180) römischer Rechtsgelehrter gliederte das Buch in 20 Teile. Die Noctes Atticae, sein einziges Werk, das er um 170 verfaßte, erhielt seinen Namen, weil er mit ihm während der langen Winternächte begann, die er in Attika verbrachte. Es ist eine Sammlunng von Notizen zur Grammatik, Geometrie, Philosophie, Geschichte, Recht u.a.

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        Anno Domini 1548. Viena Austriae Hunc Habuit Situm. Wien die Hauptstatt im Ertzhertzogthumb Oestereich / aller Welt wolbekannt...

      ca 1560. Kolorierter Holzschnitt, Blatt: 78 x 30,5 cm, Darstellung: 76,5 x 22 cm. Monumentale höchst dekorative Ansicht von Wien aus 'Cosmographia' von Sebastian Münster. Aus zwei Platten gedruckt und zusammen gesetzt. Unten Monogramm von Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (1525 - 1571) und Datum 1548. Holzschnitt nach einem Kupferstich von August Hirschvogel. Leichte Faltspuren, hinterlegter Riss mit winzigem Ausriss rechts, winzige Risse im Rand, insgesamt gut erhalten. Verso leichte Montagespuren, unter Passepartout montiert. Insgesamt gut erhalten.- Nebehay - Wagner 440, 4. Highly decorative monumental view of Vienna from 'Cosmographia' by Sebastian Münster. Sighned with a monogram by Hans Rudolf Manuel Deutsch (1525 - 1571) and dated 1548 below. Wood-cut made after a copper-engraved view by August Hirschvogel (1503 - 1553). Printed from two plates and set together in the middle. Soft folds, repaired tear with tiny holes on the right-hand side, tiny tears in white margins. Monted under a mat. In general in a good condition. - Nebehay - Wagner 440, 4.

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        A Profitable Booke of Maister Iohn Perkins, Felowe of the Inner...

      1560. Perkins, John [d. 1545]. A Profitable Booke of Maister Iohn Perkins, Felowe of the Inner Temple Treating of the Lawes of Englande. [London]: Apud Richardum Totell, [c.1560-1565]. 19, 168 ff., [1] p. Leaf C4, a blank, lacking. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Attractive late-nineteenth century maroon polished calf, blind frames to boards, raised bands and gilt titles to spine, endpapers renewed. Negligible light rubbing to spine ends and joints. Top edge gilt. The first leaf of the proem has a splendid decorated initial illuminated in gold against a blue background, main text has a woodcut decorated initial. Early underlining and brief annotations to a few leaves. Offsetting to margins of endleaves, negligible light wear and browning to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. A desirable copy of a rare imprint. * Early edition of a work first published in 1528. Main text in Law-French, preface in Latin. A popular work during the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries that was held in high regard by Coke, Perkins' Profitable Booke went through numerous editions in both English and Law-French. Devoted mostly to the land law as developed in the Year Books, it is divided into the following topics: grants, deeds, feoffments, exchanges, dower, curtesy, wills, devises, surrenders, reservations, and conditions. According to Marvin's Legal Bibliography (1847), "the English translations are, more or less, inaccurate, and have accumulated errors...the French editions, therefore, are generally to be preferred" (563). This copy does not have a publication date, but its colophon, pagination (stated above) and printing errors suggest either 1560 or 1565. The colophon reads: "Imprinted at Lon-/ don in fletestrete with-/ in temple barre, at the signe of/ the hande and starre, by/ Richarde Tottle"; leaf 154 is numbered 167. All of the imprints listed in Beale have printed dates. However, Pollard and Redgrave list two undated imprints with the provisional dates of 1560 and 1565. Records on OCLC with an identical colophon, pagination and printing errors of our copy state 1560, except for Harvard, which gives a provisional date of 1559. Our copy thus falls between the 1555 and 1567 Tottel editions. OCLC locates 7 copies. Holdsworth,.

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        De vita et moribus philosophorum libri X. Recens opera J. Boulieri. 670 S., 17 Bl. (d. l. 4 weiß). Schwarz eingefärbter Pergamentbd. d. Z. (berieben) auf Bünden mit Halbschweinsleder-Rückenbezug und Rollenblindprägung, dat. 1568.

      Lyon, Antonius Vicentius, 1560.. . Die von J. d'Ogerolles gedruckte Ausgabe (am Schluß: excudebat J. d'Ogerolles 1561) teilten sich A. Vincent und J. Frellon. Es gibt Exemplare mit "Apud J. Frellonium 1562" und, wie das vorliegende, mit "Apud A. Vincentium 1560". - Exlibris Fechenbach. Titel verso mit Bibl.-Stempel, am Schluß ein Wurmstich. Anfangs einige Unterstreichungen und zeitgenöss. handschriftl. Anmerkungen. Titel mit altem Besitzvermerk "M. J. S. Mitternacht". Es handelt sich um den Thüringischen Rektor, Philologen und Theologen Johann Sebastian M. (1613-1679), der Schüler von August Buchner und seit 1654 unter dem Namen "Der Erfreuliche" Mitglied der Deutschgesinnten Genossenschaft war. Mitternachts Inszenierungen von Dramen am berühmten Gymnasium Ruthenaeum in Gera übten nicht geringen Einfluß auf Christian Weise aus. - BMC, French Books, 135. Baudrier V 257. Graesse II 397.

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        DE SECRETIS LIBRI SEX mira, quadam rerum varietate re- ferti ex Italico in latinum ser- monem nunc primum translati. PER IOANNEM IACO- bum weckerum, medicum.

      Ioannis Steelsij, Antverpiae 1560.. Titel, 5 nn S. (Reverndissimo viro D. Casparo..., 6 nn S. (Praefatio), 316 S., 30 nn S. (Index), 16°, Pergament der Zeit, handgeschriebener Rückentitel. - Einband etwas fleckig und ganz minimal aufgeplatzt, Name auf dem fliegenden Vorsatzblatt (alt), fehlendes Titelblatt (genau dieser Ausgabe) durch Fotokopie ergänzt, die ersten vier Blätter mit kleinem Ausriss in weißer Ecke, wenige sehr alte Randbemerkungen, letztes weißes Blatt alt beschrieben, innen keine weiteren Gebrauchsspuren, insgesamt ist dieses wichtige Werk gut lesbar und recht sauber erhalten..

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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)

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        Libri omnes, quibus historia, partes, incessus, motus generatioque animalium, atque etiam plantarum naturae brevis descriptio, pertractantur.

      Lyon (um 1560) bei Theobald Paganus für die Erben Jacob Iunta in 12mo (12 x 8 cm).. Einspalt. Druck mit figürl. Initialen, Tit.bl. mit Iunta-Lilie als Verleger- Marke (Baudrier VI 271 Nr. 10). 842, (2) pp, 2 nnff weiß. Unbedeut./ leicht wasserfl., vorderer Vorsatz beschrieben, sonst wohlerhalten. Grüner Ldbd des 19. Jh., Deckel u. Rücken mit Goldfileten geziert, dazu Rtitel goldgeprägt, Deckel etwas/leicht verspannt, sonst gut. -.

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        Heptameron. L'Heptameron des Nouvelles de tres illustre et tres excellente Princesse Marguerite de Valois, Royne de Navarre. (Königin von Navarra)

      ohne Ortsangabe ohne Verlagsangaben 1560,. (XXXII) + 726 Seiten, Pergament-Einband auf 3 Bünden, im 16° Sedez- Format, 12,5 x 8,5 cm. Einband wellig und mit Rückennummer und (unleserlichen) Rückenbeschriftung. Bogenzählung: a + e a-z A-Z. Die erste 2 Bögen mit Farb-Abklatsch danach ab Seite 1 (Bogen a) sauberes Druckbild. Letzten 30 Seiten fleckig, vermutlich durch Feuchtigkeits-Schaden.. Aufbau: Titel (I) Widmung und Vorwort (III bis V): A.TRESILLUSTRE ET TRESVERTUEUSE Princesse: madame Jeanne de Foix, Royne de Navarre, Claude Gruget, son tres-humble seruiteur, desire salut & feliciete. Table (VI- XIV) -Sonet L. Passerat Troien (XIV) Prolgue (XV bis XXXI) - Sonet:PAR I.Venzov (XXXII) Premier nouvelle (1) septanteuniesine (716). Margarete von Angouleme (franz. Marguerite de Navarre oder Marguerite d Angouleme), auch Margarete von Navarra, Margarete von Valois oder Margarete von Frankreich. (1492aEUR"1549). Schwester des französischen Königs Franz I. Sie war eine humanistisch geprägte Frau die mit den Lutheranern und Reformierten sympathisierte aber aus Rücksicht auf ihren Bruder nicht konvertierte. Vorlage zu dieser Novellen-Sammlung war, wie im Prolog erwähnt, das Decamerone Boccaccios und war sicherlich auch 100 Geschichten anlegt, doch verstarb die Autorin vor der Fertigstellung. Es existieren 19 Manuskripten des Heptameron. Die zeitgenössischen gedruckten Ausgaben erschienen fast zehn Jahre nach dem Tod Marguerites. 1558 gab ihr früherer Sekretär, Pierre Boaistuau, eine Novellensammlung heraus, allerdings mit nur 67 Erzählungen, in willkürlicher Reihenfolge, ohne den Namen ihrer Verfasserin und ohne Rahmenhandlung. Im folgenden Jahr, 1559, erschien noch eine Ausgabe, diesmal der Tochter Marguerites, Jeanne d'Albret gewidmet, mit 72 Novellen in der jetzt üblichen Reihenfolge.

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        De Iustitia [Justitia] Divina et Humana Utriusque Origine ac..

      1560. Arnois, Robert. De Iustitia [Justitia] Divina et Humana Utriusque Origine ac Progressu, Virtute & Laudibus Iustitiae & Legum Omnium Mundi Liber. Paris: Apud Andream Wechelum, 1560. [2], [3]-114 pp. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities. Large woodcut printer device to title page, handsome woodcut vignette to verso, woodcut head-piece. Some worming to margins with no effect on legibility, partial crack near center of text block, light toning. Ex-library. Location label to foot of spine, bookplate and another location label to front pastedown. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. With side-notes. Little is known about the author or this interesting work, and it is not listed in the standard references. It is an expansive neo-humanist treatise on jurisprudence that begins with a definition of justice and continues with a discussion of Roman, canon, civil and "jus naturale." The title page identifies the author as "Robertii Arnesii de Normanville" without listing any professional affiliations, which suggests he was a gentleman rather than a practicing jurist. No copies located in North America. OCLC and KVK locate 3 copies, all in Europe..

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        Anatomia del corpo humano [...] con molte figure di rame, et eruditi discorsi in luce mandata.

      Rom, Antonio Salamanca & Antonio Lafreri, 1560.. (17), 154 Bll. Mit gest. Titel und 42 ganzseit. (2 mont.) Textkupfern. Pergamentband der Zeit in späterem Pappschuber. Folio (208 x 290 mm).. Erste italienische Ausgabe: zweiter Abdruck mit Änderung der Jahreszahl auf dem Titel von 1559 auf 1560. Die berühmte Anatomie Valverdes, deren sehr schöne Kupfer zum größten Teil vesalische Tafeln als Vorlage haben, aber mit vielen Verbesserungen. "Setting of type unchanged, but many of the plates have been re-engraved (and reversed)" (Cushing). - Einband berieben und mit Wurmspuren, Bezug stellenweise angeplatzt. Titel mit fachmännisch restaurierten Einrissen, einige Bll. fachmännisch hinterlegt (Tafel auf Bl. 96 tektiert). Teils etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - Cushing, Vesalius VI.D.-36. Durling 4532. Haller I, 215. Hirsch/Hübotter I, 123. Mortimer 513. Waller 9800.

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        In primum Euclidis elementorum librum commentariorum ad universam mathematicam disciplinam principium eruditionis tradentium libri IIII. A Francisco Barocio ... summa opera, cura, ac diligentia.

      Padua, Percacino, 1560.. (31 x 21,5 cm). (16) 272 (24) S. Mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel, verso ganzseitiger Holzschnitt mit einem Portrait von Barozzi, eingefasst mit breiter Bordüre, sowie zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit.. Erste Ausgabe der ersten lateinischen Übersetzung des Kommentars zu Euclids "Elementa", nach Manuskripten erweitert, korrigiert und kommentiert von Fr. Barozzi. - "Seinen Euklid-Kommentar eröffnete (Proklos) mit einer Darlegung der neuplatonischen Philosophie der Mathematik; wichtig für die Nachwelt wurden vor allen Dingen die vielen wertvollen historischen Bemerkungen, die Proklos darin überlieferte... Thales wird seit dem 4. Jh. v. Chr. als einer der Sieben Weisen bezeichnet. Von den Aussagen, die ihm als Mathematiker zugespochen werden, hat die ersten vier der spätantike Neuplatoniker Proklos überliefert" (Scriba 5000 Jahre Geometrie). - Nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar. Der zeitgenössische Einband etwas fleckig und wellig. Bindebänder fehlen. Insgesamt wohlerhaltenes und breitrandiges Exemplar. - DSB 11, 160; Honeyman Coll. 2543; Riccardi I, 1, 82; Adams P 2138 First edition of the first Latin translation of the comments on the first book of Euclid's Elements. "One of the most important of his extant writings.... Proclus was the last great representative of the philosophical movement now called Neoplatonism" (DSB). - Nice copy. With large woodcut printer's advice on title page, verso a woodcut by Barozzi, framed by woodcut borders, with numerous woodcut diagrams. - Lightly stained in places. Contemporary vellum (somewhat stained and crumpled), ties lacking. A very good near fine copy with wide margines

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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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        Thesaurus vitae terrestris & coelestis cujus opulentia immensitas, duratio aeternitas: seu opusculum de virtutibus, continens earum naturam, incitamenta, actiones, & humilem a Deo postulationem. Wien, J. J. Kürner 1669. 12°. 4 Bll., 322 S., Goldschn., Ldr. d. Zt. mit 2 Schließen.

      - VD17 12:103730E (nur 1 Ex. in der Bayr. Staatsbibliothek).- Der spanische Jesuit Diego Álvarez de Paz (1560-1620) aus Toledo war einer der letzten Vertreter der alten Schule der Mystik.- Er lehrte Theologie und Philosophie in Lima u. Cuzco und wurde 1617 Provinzial von Peru. Manchmal, während seiner Predigten, geriet er in Ekstase und musste von der Kanzel geführt werden. Der Ruf seiner Heiligkeit war sehr groß in Südamerika. Am Tag seines Todes legten 100.000 Männer in den Silberminen von Potosi ihre Arbeit nieder um an der Trauerfeier teilzunehmen.- Titel gestempelt, letzten 3 Bll. mit kl. Wurmloch, hint. Deckel mit Bezugsfehlstellen durch Wurmfraß, Rücken u. 1 Gelenk durch Wurmfraß beschädigt.

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        Die Geschichte des Pfarrherrs vom Kalenberg. (Frankfurt a. M., Hermann Gülfferich) 1550. Deutsche Handschrift auf Papier, um 1870. 8°. 48 beschriebene, 26 w. Bll., mit illustr. Titel u. 37 mont. Zeichnungen auf getönt. Papier, alles in Tuschfeder. Hldr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rverg.

      - Vorlage für diese exakte Abschrift mit der Feder in feiner deutscher Schrift, auf Papier "J.WHATMAN", war die sehr seltene Gülfferich-Ausgabe dieser recht derben Schwanksammlung.- Philipp Franckfurter soll in Wien gegen Ende des 14. Jhdts. gedichtet haben, "doch werden diese Schwänke (um den Pfaff v. Kahlenberg, einen geistlichen Eulenspiegel, Narr u. Grobian) erst gegen Ende des 15. Jh. erwähnt und Sprache und Versbau weisen auf diese Zeit" (Goed. II, 343, 7 u. vgl. 344, 1; zur Ausg. in 48 Bll. Ffm., Gülfferich, 1560). Die Illustrationen sind gekonnte Kopien der Holzschnitte dieser Ausgabe. - Die Bilder sorgfältig mont., das erste Bl. mit bibliogr. Notiz des Schreibers. Papierbedingt schwach gebräunt, schöne Handschrift.

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        Drey guter Nützlicher lehr einer Nachtigal.

      Nürnberg, Valentin Neuber, ca .1560 - 8°, 4 Bl., 1 Titelholzschnitt, Geheftet, Etwas fleckig Vgl. VD 16, S 225 u. Goedeke II, 430. - Der Holzschnitt (von Erhard Schön) auf dem Titel zeigt 3 Putti inmitten von Rosenranken, die damit beschäftigt sind, deren Blätter zu pflücken und in Körbe zu sammeln. Das allegorische Reimgedicht - ein Gespräch zwischen einem Bauern und einer Nachtigal basiert auf der Aesop-Übertragung von Heinrich Steinhöwels die 1476 in Ulm gedruckt wurde. 600 gr. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        TRAITÉ DE LA COMPOSITION ET FABRIQUE DE L'ASTROLABE, et de son usage; avec les preceptes de mesures Geometriques: le tout traduit du latin. Avec quelques Annotations par Pierre de Mesmes

      Guillaume Cavellar, Paris 1560 - 8º, Portada grabada con marca del impresor, (19) hojas, 222 págs., numerosos grabados intercalados en el texto, con figuras geométricas y astronómicas, 2 estados plegables, bellos capitulares y cabeceras. Leve Sombra de humedad en el margen superior de la página 144 hasta la 180. Pergamino época, lomo rotulado. Traducción francesa de la obra latina "Elucidatio fabricae ususque Astrolabii", publicada en 1512 por el capellán alemán matemático, astrónomo y atrólogo Johannes Stoëffler (Brunet, V, 548 lo entra por Stoeflerinus), que profesó en la Universidad de Tubingen, construyó un reloj astronómico para la Universidad de Münster, y se inventó un calendario. En la obra, el reputado astrónomo estudia el uso y la construcción del astrolabio, antiguo instrumento en que se representaba la esfera celeste para observar los movimientos de los astros, muestra la construcción de un calendario, y adjunta diversas tablas astronómicas de las latitudes del sol o las estrellas. Cosmografía. Astronomía. Astrología. Cosmography. Astronomy. Astrology.

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        Bartholomaei Facii De Rebus Gestis Ab Alphonso Primo Neapalitanorum Rege commentariorum libri decem.Io.Michaelis Bruti opera nunc primum in luccem editi,ac summo studio vetustis collatis exemplaribus emendati

      Apud Haeredes Sebast Gryphii, Lugduni 1560 - pergamino de época con ligera pérdida en lomera, manchas del tiempo, en general buena conservación . . 324 págs.

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        An Abridgemente of the Notable Worke of Polidore Virgile: : conteining the deuisers and fyrste fyneders oute aswell of antyquities, artes, ministeries, feactes and ciuill ordinaunces, as of the rites, and ceremonies commonlye used in the churche, and the original beginning of the same

      Jhon Tisdale, London, 1560. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Very Good Condition. Rebound by Wood in full black morocco in an antique style, page edges gilt, neatly trimmed, added endpapers but with the original rear blank. Title a bit soiled, a few notes in the margin in an early hand and a few early underlinings, light dampstain in the right margin to a few pages early on, occasional finger marks, browning, but generally quite clean. With the colophon and woodcut of Abraham and Isaac at the end. [8], c.lii, [16] leaves, ESTC 24658. Early edition of Langley's abridgment of Polydore Vergil (1470-1555) originally printed in 1546 and reprinted in 1551; this edition undated and ca. 1560. In black letter throughout. Vergil, often dubbed the father or English history, was widely influential in 16th century Britain - his De inventoribus rerum (1499) of which this is largely an abridgment, and Anglica Historia (1534) were widely read and disseminated, though often contentiously for polluting English history with "his Romishe lyes and other Italyshe beggerye". Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 044346. .

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        Le tragedie di Seneca, tradotte da M. Lodovico Dolce

      Venetia: Appresso Gio. Battista et Marchion Sessa F., [colophon: 1560]. 8vo (15.3 cm; 6"). [6], 347, [1 (blank)] ff. First edition of Seneca's tragedies in Italian (Agamemnon, Hercules furens, Hercules Oetaeus, Medea, Octavia Praetexta, Oedipus, Phaedra, Phoenissae, Thyestes, and Troades) being Lodovico Dolce's translation. Dolce was a Venetian humanist and prolific author, translator, and editor. He worked for Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari's press and had his hand in upwards of 96 works from that considerable printing enterprise. Why this work came from the Sessa press we do not know. The volume is printed in italic with a spare use of woodcut headpieces and initials in the preliminaries, first leaf of text, and at the beginning of each play; the Sessa non-cat printer's device adorns the title-page. There is an error state on the last leaf ("Gli errori delle stampe si rimettono al giudicio di chi legge"). Schweiger, II, 946; Graesse, VI, 361; Edit16 CNCE 29883. Not in Adams. Early vellum over light paste boards, endpapers foxed; evidence of ties, later inked title on spine. Lower blank margin of title-leaf torn away and repaired with a lighter paper; one short tear on another page repaired. Light waterstaining in lower outer corners and sometimes slenderly across top margins; two small, pin-type wormholes in upper inner margins of leaves at back of volume. Final blank leaf present; all edges carmine with a little bleed-in to some margins. Overall a clean, solid, decent copy.

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        Quae extant, et Sex. Pompei Festi de verborum significatione Lib. XX. In eundem Festum annotationes

      Venezia, Ex officina Stellae Iordani Zilleti, 1560. 1560 In 8°, c.nn. 16, p. DVII, (1), c.nn. 89,b,4 ( indici, annotazioni e errata). Al colofon, dopo il registro, si legge "Venetiis, Apud Ioannem Mariam Bonellum, 1560. Ristampa dell'edizione del 1559. Bellissimo esemplare. Legatura coeva in pergamena. Titoli calligrafici al dorso. (Adams, V, 587).

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        DESCRITTIONE DE I LUOGHI SACRI DELLA CITTA' DI NAPOLI CON LI FONDATORI DI ESSI.

      appresso Raymondo Amato 1560 In Napoli, appresso Raymondo Amato, 1560. In 8vo; carte 192, 6 n.nn. Pergamena coeva con unghie. Bei capilettera silografati a fiorami. Completa descrizione delle chiese dei sacerdoti, dei monasteri claustrali, delle chiese delle monache. Opera d?estrema rarità. Haym I, 86; Minieri Riccio II, 339; Lozzi, 249; Manzi, Annali di Amato, pag. 94; Giustiniani, Saggio storico critico, pag. 144. 4 immagini allegate.

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        Register meynes Henrichen von Kerßenbrogh vom iar 1560. Daß ich auff de(r) Honeborrch (Honeburg) gebrauch auch dar gefunden, und myt gelt bezalet, auch ander deß Hauses schulde unde auskunfft ..." Rechnungsbuch von Gut Honeburg

      Osnabrück, 1560 -1592. 20 x 16 cm. (34) Blatt in 3 Bogen, darin 22 Seiten mit handschriftlichen Eintragungen - Vom Bruch 66 (vgl.) - Der Holsteinische Rat Heinrich von Kerssenbrock, Erbe seines kinderlosen Onkels Otto von Kerssenbrock, wurde 1579 und 1590 mit dem Gut Honeburg belehnt. Nach seinem Tod ging das Gut auf seinen Schwiegersohn Rittmeister Wolfgang von Böselager über (vom Bruch, S. 66). Die Eintragungen beginnen mit der Aufstellung der von Heinrich von Kerssenbrock eingebrachten und erworbenen Geräte. Der zweite Teil enthält Eingangsvermerke der Pächter von 1560 bis 1565. Die letzten 2 Seiten enthalten Abrechnungen über Getreideverkäufe aus den Jahren 1673 bis 1681; vermutlich von Johann Joachim von Böselager, seit 1673 Besitzer des Gutes. Blattränder mit Feuchtigkeitsspuren, das erste Blatt in der Ecke Papierverlust ca. 4 x 4 cm -

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        NOMENCLATOR AQUATILIUM ANIMANTIUM. ICONES ANIMALIUM AQUATILIUM IN MARI ET DULCIBUS AQUIS DEGENTIUM, PLUSQUAM DCC...

      excudebat Christoph. Froschoverus 1560 ...CUM NOMENCLATURIS SINGOLORUM LATINIS, GRAECIS, ITALICIS, HISPANICIS, GALLICIS, GERMANICIS, ANGLICIS, ALIISQUE INTERDUM PER CERTOS ORDINES DIGESTAE. TIGURI, EXCUDEBAT CHRISTOPH. FROSCHOVERUS, 1560. 2 VOLUMI. EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. (UNITO:) ICONES AVIUM OMNIUM QUAE IN HISTORIA AVIUM... DESCRIBUNTUR, CUM NOMENCLATURIS SINGULORUM... EDITIO SECUNDA, NOVIS ALIQUOT EICONIBUS AUCTA... IBIDEM, 1560. GESSNER, CONRAD (1516-1565). FOLIO. 4 VOLUMES BOUND IN ONE, CONTEMPORARY CALF, REBACKED WITH ORIGINAL GILT LABEL PRESERVED, CORNERS NEATLY REPAIRED. (XXVIII), 374, (2) PP., 700 WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS; 127, (9) PP., 141 WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS; 137, (11) PP., 220 WOODCUT ILLUSTRATIONS. TITLE-PAGE OF THE NOMENCLATOR EXPERTLY WASHED AND TWO TEARS OF IT NEATLY REPAIRED WITHOUT LOSS OF TEXT, OTHERWISE A FINE COPY OF GESNER'S VERY RARE COLLECTED ICONES ANIMALIUM. 4 VOLUMI IN- FOLIO RIUNITI IN PIENA PELLE COEVA, DORSO RESTAURATO, TASSELLO DORATO CONSERVATO, ANGOLI ABILMENTE RIPARATI. (XXIII), 374, (2) PP., 700 ILLUSTRAZIONI INCISE IN LEGNO; 127, (9) PP., 141 ILLUSTRAZIONI; 137, (11) PP., 220 ILLUSTRAZIONI. TITOLO DEL NOMENCLATOR LAVATO E COLLATO, CON DUE STRAPPI MARGINALI FINEMENTE RESTAURATI: IN COMPLESSO, BELL' ESEMPLARE DELL' ICONOGRAFIA COMPLETA DELLA MONUMENTALE OPERA DEL GESSNER, IL PRIMO TRATTATO GENERALE DELLA STORIA DEGLI ANIMALI. NELL' OPERA I VARI ANIMALI SONO INDICATI IN ORDINE ALFABETICO, ANALOGAMENTE ALLA HISTORIA NATURALIS DI PLINIO, MENTRE DI CIASCUN ANIMALE VENGONO DESCRITTI COMPORTAMENTO, UTILIZZAZIONE ALIMENTARE ED EVENTUALE UTILITÀ MEDICA. L' OPERA CHE PIÙ DI DUE SECOLI DOPO LA SUA PUBBLICAZIONE DESTAVA ANCORA L' INTERESSE DI ZOOLOGI COME IL CUVIER, SI AVVALEVA PER LA PARTE ICONOGRAFICA, OLTRE CHE DELLE ILLUSTRAZIONI DEL GESSNER, ANCHE DI QUELLE FORNITE DA VARI ARTISTI (TRA QUESTI). ASPER, J. THOMAS, M. SCHROEN E A. DURER. "THE ICONES ARE A SHORT EXSTRACT FROM THE HISTORIA ANIMALIUM, CONTAINING ALSO THE WOODDCUTS OF THIS WORK WITH A SHORT TEXT. THEY ARE MUCH MORE RARE THAN THE COMPLETE EDITION" (WOOD, LITERATURE OF VERTEBRATE ZOOLOGY, P. 356). "IN GESSNER WE FIND SOME OF THE EARLIEST TRUE ANIMAL ART. HIS FOLIOS WERE ILLUSTRATED WITH WOODCUTS OF REMARKABLE QUALITY... THE ARTIST WAS, IN ALL PROBABILITY, LUCAS SCHAN OF STRASBOURG, AND THE ENGRAVER WAS PROBABLY FRANZ OBERREITER OF THE SAME CITY. DESPITE THE LACK OF COLOR, AND DESPITE THE SAME TECHNICAL PROBLEMS IMPOSED BY GRAIN OF WOOD, SCHAN AND OBERREITER CREATED FIGURES THAT CERTAINLY QUALIFY AS SERIOUS, AND SUCCESSFUL, SCIENTIFIC DRAFTSMANSHIP..." (PERRAULT & LANK, NATURE CLASSIC, P. 25). ENGELMANN, BIBLIOTHECA HISTORICO-NATURALIS, PP. 357, 389, 433. NISSEN, DIE ZOOLOGISCHE BUCHILLUSTRATION, 1551, 1554. NISSEN, DIE ILLUSTRIERTEN VOGELBUCHER, 352. WELISCH, CONRAD GESSNER. A BIO-BIBLIOGRAPHY, PP. 69-71 (A29.2, A30.2, A31.1). GRAESSE, TRÉSOR DE LIVRES RARES ET PRÉCIEUX, III, PP. 67-68. LA PRIMA ICONOGRAFIA GENERALE DEI VERTEBRATI.

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        Anatomia de Corpo Humano composta per M Giovan Valverde di Hamusco, & da luy con molte figure di rame, et eruditi discorsi in luce mandata.

      Rome per An. Salamanca et Antonio Cafrery 1560 - Folio [size: 8 x 11.75 inches, pagination: [18], 154 leaves, finely engraved title page, 42 engraved anatomical plates after Gasper Becerra, bound in original milled paper boards, sewn vellum bands, occasional light small stains or soiling, small wormhole in last leaf, gatherings slightly shaken, but generally a very good clean and unsophisticated copy, FIRST EDITION IN ITALIAN, an important and highly influential text book of anatomy, based upon Vesalius, an wriiten by the Spanish physician, working in Rome, Juan Valverde de Amusco; translated from the original Spanish edition of 1556 by Antonio Tabo, with the author's supervision. The fine engravings by Beatrizet, after Becerra, are not straight copies of Vesalius, but aim to improve upon the latter's work; they are well shown in this excellent unsophisticated copy, in original somewhat fragile state. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Iustitia [Justitia] Divina et Humana Utriusque Origine ac

      1560. Arnois, Robert. De Iustitia [Justitia] Divina et Humana Utriusque Origine ac Progressu, Virtute & Laudibus Iustitiae & Legum Omnium Mundi Liber. Paris: Apud Andream Wechelum, 1560. [2], [3]-114 pp. Quarto (8-1/4" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities. Large woodcut printer device to title page, handsome woodcut vignette to verso, woodcut head-piece. Some worming to margins with no effect on legibility, partial crack near center of text block, light toning. Ex-library. Location label to foot of spine, bookplate and another location label to front pastedown. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Only edition. With side-notes. Little is known about the author or this interesting work, and it is not listed in the standard references. It is an expansive neo-humanist treatise on jurisprudence that begins with a definition of justice and continues with a discussion of Roman, canon, civil and "jus naturale." The title page identifies the author as "Robertii Arnesii de Normanville" without listing any professional affiliations, which suggests he was a gentleman rather than a practicing jurist. No copies located in North America. OCLC and KVK locate 3 copies, all in Europe.

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        The Newe Boke of Iustices of Peace Made by Anthonie Fitzherbard

      1560. Fitzherbert, Sir Anthony [1470-1538]. The Newe Boke of Iustices of Peace Made by Anthonie Fitzherbard Iudge, Lately Translated Out of Fre[n]ch into Englishe and Newlye Corrected, the Yere of our Lorde 1554. [London: Imprinted at London in Fletestrete Within Temple Barre...By Richarde Tottyll, 1560]. 173, [3] ff. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-1/2"). Attractive twentieth-century paneled calf, lettering piece and raised bands to spine, blind inside dentelles. Light rubbing to extremities, crack to text block between final text leaf and following endleaf, chip to fore-edges of fol. 19 with no loss to text. Light toning, occasional light foxing, browning to a few leaves. Early owner signature (of Edmund Novellus) to title page in miniscule chancery hand, occasional brief annotations in same hand to text. An attractive copy. * Later edition. First printed in 1538, Fitzherbert's manual was issued eight more times; its final edition was printed in 1617. Editions beginning in 1583 were edited by Richard Crompton. Despite his efforts, this work was eventually superseded by William Lambard's Eirenarcha (1581). English Short-Title Catalogue S4295. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T342.

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        Elegie sur le trespas de feu Ioachi[m] Du Bellay ang[evin]

      Paris: Frédéric Morel, 1560. First edition. Boards. Fine/The great French Renaissance poet Joachim du Bellay died on January 1, 1560. By January 3, Guillaume Aubert, who had probably met the poet at Poitiers in school, presented this elegy to du Bellay's Parisian printer Frédéric Morel. Morel's affirmation is shown in the pleasing typography, ornaments, and disposition of text on the page, as well as the inclusion of Aubert's dedicatory letter to Morel, praising the printer for being such a faithful friend to the poet, and comforting him in his loss. The elegy, in rhymed couplets, praises Du Bellay's learning and his poetic gift, as well as his liberality and his "magnanimous heart." The text of the dedication is in roman type, while the poem is in italic. Aubert went on to edit the 1569 edition of du Bellay's complete poems, published by Morel's son, who had taken over the press. . Quarto (24cm), [6] leaves, one blank, all ruled in ink. Printer's mulberry tree device on title page; vine scroll headpieces and initials. Roman and italic type. Bound in recent boards. Blank leaf A6 guarded to A1 and bound in erroneously before A2. References: Dumoulin, Vie et oeuvres de Fédéric Morel, #43; Adams A-2117 (1561 printing).

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        Auli Gellii luculentissimi scriptoris Noctes Atticae

      Paris, Hieron. Manef sub Pelicano 1560.. 12°. 674 S., 38 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign u. Druckermarke. HLdr. d. 18. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Adams G 359 - Aulus Gellius (125 - nach 180) römischer Rechtsgelehrter gliederte das Buch in 20 Teile. Die Noctes Atticae, sein einziges Werk, das er um 170 verfaßte, erhielt seinen Namen, weil er mit ihm während der langen Winternächte begann, die er in Attika verbrachte. Es ist eine Sammlunng von Notizen zur Grammatik, Geometrie, Philosophie, Geschichte, Recht u.a.

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        M. Verrii Flacci Quae Extant, et Sex. Pompei Festi de Verborum Significatione, Lib. XX

      Jordani Zilleti, Venice, 1560. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Early full overlapping vellum, title penned to spine, a few light stains to vellum, page edges slightly browned, lacking front blank, rear pastedown worn, otherwise quite clean and bright. (xxxii), DVII, index and substantial errata at rear. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043270. .

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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)

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        M. Verrii Flacci Quae Extant, et Sex. Pompei Festi de Verborum Significatione, Lib. XX

      Jordani Zilleti, Venice, 1560. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Early full overlapping vellum, title penned to spine, a few light stains to vellum, page edges slightly browned, lacking front blank, rear pastedown worn, otherwise quite clean and bright. (xxxii), DVII, index and substantial errata at rear. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043270. .

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        Regionis subalpinae vulgo Piemonte appellatae discriptio, aeneis nostris formis excussa

      Importante carta geografica del Piemonte, impressa su singolo foglio reale, per la prima volta stampata a Roma dal Lafrery nel 1560 circa, qui nella successiva ristampa a cura di Petro de? Nobili, databile all?ultimo decennio del XVI secolo. L?attribuzione alla paternità dell?opera si deve a Roberto Almagià, seguito poi dal Tooley. Sebbene non sia certo quale sia la prima carta a stampa della regione (Perini sostiene che questa derivi da un?anonima carta veneta del 1553), questo lavoro può essere definito come il primo vero rilievo della sola regione, con particolare attenzione per la zona alpina. Orientata con il nord in alto, la carta presenta una toponomastica particolarmente ricca. Della carta esiste un secondo stato con la data aggiunta, 1564; pertanto questo con l?indirizzo di Pietro de Nobili può essere considerato come il terzo, definitivo, stato della mappa. Incisione in rame, in buone condizioni. Pubblicata nel L?Italia e le sue regioni nella bottega dell?incisore, a cura di Vladimiro Valerio, pag. 34, tav. 8. Almagià XVIII; Tooley 446; Perini p. 43. Interesting geographic map of Piedmont, printed on a single large sheet, published for the first time in Rome by Lafrery around 1560, here presented in the second edition published by Petro de? Nobili at end of the XVI century. The attribution of this work is due to Roberto Almagià, followed afterwards by Tooley. Though it is not the first printed map of the region (Perini states it derives from an anonymous Venetian map of 1553), this work can be defined as the first analysis concerning uniquely the Piedmont, particularly the Alps. Oriented from North to South, the map presents many toponyms. A second state, bearing the date 1564, is known; therefore, the present one with the address of Pietro de Nobili can be considered as the third, final state of the map. Copper engraving, in excellent condition. Published inside the L?Italia e le sue regioni in the artits? workshop, edited by Vladimiro Valerio, pag. 34, tav. 8. Almagià XVIII; Tooley 446; Perini p. 43. Roma Rome

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        De re cibaria libri XXII omnium ciborum genera, omnium gentium moribus, & usu probata complectentes...

      apud Sebast. Honoratum 1560 In 16°(170x110); pagine 24 non num., 1129, 1 non num., marca tipografica al frontespizio, iniziali istoriate e fregi silografici. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida posteriore, tagli grigio-azzurri. Prima edizione di questa rara opera di gastronomia. Importante trattato gastronomico, che descrive qualità nutrizionali, particolarità di ogni alimento e ricette per cucinare: tratta di tutta la cacciagione, della frutta, pane, vino, pesci e frutti di mare, burro, latte e formaggi; descrive inoltre anche alcune ricette esotiche a base di frutta o carne di paesi lontani. Buon esemplare che presenta le consuete arrossature della carta. Bruyerinus, medico di Enrico II re di Francia, scrisse quest'opera verso il 1530. Simon, biblioteca bacchica 134. Adams, B-2976.

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        La tomba di un vescovo

      Acquaforte, circa 1560, firmata in lastra in basso. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Esemplare con l?indirizzo dell?editore Donato Rascicotti. L?opera deriva da un disegno del Parmigianino, già interpretato a stampa da Battista Angolo del Moro (Bartsch 13).Pochissime notizie si hanno su questo artista il cui cognome è Falcone o Falconetto. Membro di una numerosa famiglia di pittori, architetti e ceramisti attiva tra quindicesimo e sedicesimo secolo, il Falconetto vive e lavora nel basso Trentino, vicino Verona. Il Benezit lo confonde con il pittore napoletano Aniello Falcone detto Oracolo delle Battaglie, al quale attribuisce le 20 incisioni; il Bartsch ne elenca venti lavori, privi di firma, molti dei quali ripresi da soggetti del Parmigianino. Partendo dallo stile delle sue opere possiamo identificarlo come il figlio di Gian Antonio Falconetto, un pittore devoto del Parmigianino, del quale il Vasari elenca delle opere a Rovereto e Verona. Merito di Ferrara e Bertelà aver ricondotto l?artista nel giusto ambito cinquecentesco operante nell?orbita del Parmigianino. La conferma viene dal Dillon che descrive proprio quest?opera, con l?indirizzo dello stampatore Rascicotti, attivo a Venezia tra il 1575 ed il 1589. Il lavoro in questione è vicino allo stile di Paolo Farinati. Ottimo esemplare di questa assai rara stampa.Timbro di collezione al verso sconosciuto al Lugt. Etching, 1560 circa, signed at lower edge. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed to the platemark, in excellent condition. Example with the address of the publisher, Donato Rascicotti. After a drawing by Parmigianino, already reproduced by Battista Angolo del Moro (Bartsch 13).There are but a few news about this artist, whose surname was Falcone or Falconetto. A member of a large family of painters, architects and ceramists, Falconetto probably lived and worked in Trentino, not far from Verona. Benezit mistook him for the Neapolitan painter Aniello Falcone also called Oracolo delle Battaglie, to whom he ascribed 20 engravings; Bartsch lists twenty unsigned works, many of which realized after Parmigianino?s subjects. Thanks to the style of his works, he can be identified as the son of the painter Gian Antonio Falconetto, a fond admirer of Parmigianino, whose paintings in Rovereto and Verone have been listed by Vasari. Ferrara and Bertelà have to be given the merit to have taken back the artist in his proper XVI century sphere, inside the circle of Parmigianino. The confirmation comes from Dillon who describes this very etching also with the address of the printer, Rascicotti, who worked in Venice between 1575 and 1589. This print is very close to Paolo Farinati?s style. Excellent example of a very rare work. Collector?s stamp on verso, unknown to Lugt. Bartsch 13; Reed & Wallace, Italian etchers of the Renaissance & Barocque, p. 45; Dillon, 1980, pp. 258. Dimensioni 220x304.

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        Sacra Famiglia Canigiani

      "Bulino, circa 1560, firmato in lastra in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Raffaello. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ?corona sormontata da una stella?, rifilata al rame su tre lati, con margini in altro. La stampa è tratta dal disegno preparatorio per il dipinto di Raffaello raffigurante la Sacra Famiglia eseguito nel 1506 per Domenico Canigiani, ora conservato alla Pinacoteca di Monaco. L?ipotesi è confermata da restauri recenti del dipinto, che hanno riportato alla luce gli angeli nel cielo. L?incisione è databile al 1560, in base alla complessa qualità del sistema grafico articolato attraverso gradazioni equilibrate di penombre e riflessi. Scarse le notizie biografiche sul Bonasone; i termini cronologici della sua attività sono il 1531 e il 1574, date che figurano nelle sue stampe. Dal nome degli editori - calcografi che a un certo punto sono romani (Salamanca, Barlacchi, Lafréry), si può dedurre che fu a lungo a Roma, ma certo ritornò a Bologna, dato che nel 1556 vi è citato come membro della compagnia delle Arti. L'attività di disegnatore e incisore del Bonasone è caratterizzata da un acceso desiderio di appropriarsi di tutto ciò che lo circonda con risultati ineguali e spesso contraddittori: nessuno fu così vario, incoerente eppure mosso da grandi aspirazioni come lui. Egli si dimena, tra una riproduzione e l'altra, per dar vita ad un suo mondo, cioè per ""inventare"", ma il più delle volte non riesce che a ""imitare"" e finisce col dichiararlo, facendo dell'imitazione il suo ideale. Rara opera." "Engraving, about 1560, signed on plate at the bottom right. After Raphael. A beautiful impression, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""crown surmounted by a star"", trimmed to the platemark on three sides, with margin at the top.The print is taken from the preparatory drawing for the painting by Raphael depicting the Holy Family made in 1506 for Domenico Canigiani, now preserved at the Pinacoteca of Monaco. This is reinforced by recent restoration of the painting, which brought to light the angels in heaven. This work dates back to 1560, according to the complex quality of the graphics system articulated through balanced shades of shadows and reflections. Scarce biographical information on Bonasone, the chronological terms of its activity are 1531 and 1574, the dates mentioned in his prints. From the name of publishers - publishers avtive in Rome (Salamanca, Barlacchi, Lafréry), we can deduce that it was a long time in Rome, but some returned to Bologna, as in 1556, there is mentioned as a member of the company of the Arts. The activity of draftsman and engraver of Bonasone is characterized by a lively desire to take possession of everything that surrounds him with the results unequal and often contradictory none was so varied, inconsistent and yet moved by big aspirations like him. He squirms, including reproduction and the other, to give life to his own world, that is, to ""invent"", but more often than not succeeds in ""mimic"" and ends by declaring, by imitating his ideal . Rare work." Bartsch, XV, p. 128, 65; Massari, Giulio Bonasone, 126; Raphael Invenit, p. 107, X, 1. A. Petrucci, Giulo Bonasone, in Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani. 243 397

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        Madonna con Bambino e Santi

      Bulino, circa 1560, firmato in lastra in basso a sinistra. Da un soggetto di Parmigianino. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ?ancora nel cerchio?, rifilata al rame, piega di carta nella parte inferiore, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L?opera deriva da un disegno del Mazzola, del quale esiste anche una riproduzione in un chiaroscuro di Nicolò Rossigliani (Bartsch 12, 64, 23). Il Cavalieri inizia la sua carriera di incisore a Venezia, sotto la bottega dei Bertelli, e si trasferisce a Roma dal 1559, dove si dedica sia all?arte incisoria, prima nella tipografia di Salamanca e Lafrery e successivamente per proprio conto. L?opera in questione reca l?indirizzo di Ferrando Bertelli, attivo a Venezia tra il 1561 ed il 1571; il Bertelli è però segnalato a Roma, dove ebbe uno scambio di lastre con la tipografia romana guidata da Antonio Lafrery; è pertanto probabile che la lastra, seppure incisa in Venezia, sia successivamente edita nella capitale. Molto rara. Engraving, 1560 circa, signed on lower left plate. After a subject by Parmigianino. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper with ?anchor in the circle? watermark, trimmed to platemark, paper fold on lower part, otherwise in good condition. The work derives from a drawing by Mazzola, copied also by Nicolò Rossigliani in a chiaroscuro. Cavalieri began to work in Venice as engraver, in the workshop of Bartelli; he moved to Rome in 1599, where to work first for Salamanca and Lafrery, and afterwards in his own typography. The present work bears the address of Ferrando Bertelli, who worked in Venice between 1561 and 1571. Since Bertelli is known to have worked also in Rome, where he exchanged some plates with Lafrery, it might be that this work has been engraved in Venice and printed in Rome. Very rare. Scorsetti 49. Dimensioni 225x300. 225 300

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        Disegno della Sogdiana Battriana, Hircania, Parihia, et Media, Secondo la Geografia di Strabene, nel libro linde cimo. Tavola

      Questa mappa, raffigurante il Turkmenistan, parte del nord Iran e il Mar Caspio combina elementi derivanti dalla mappa murale del??Asia di Giacomo gastaldi con la nomenclatura antica della Geografia di Strabone. Nessuna copia di questa mappa era a noi conosciuta fino alla scoperta di Peter Meurer, in un atlante assemblato veneziano del XVI secolo appartenuto alla famiglia Bertelli, di 15 sconosciute mappe dello stesso autore, poi assegnate al Gastaldi. Questo corpus di carte fu probabilmente creato per illustrare una edizione italiana della Geografia di Strabone, che tuttavia non venne mai realizzata. Esistono infatti solo due edizioni di questo libro, stampate a Venezia e Ferrara rispettivamente nel 1562 e 1565, ma del tutto prive di illustrazioni. Quindi è possibile che le 15 mappe furono la parte iniziale di un progetto mai portato a compimento. Tutte sono disegnate dal Gastaldi sulla base di modelli contemporanei, mentre i toponimi seguono la nomenclatura dello Strabone. Nessuna delle carte descritte da Meurer è firmata dall?autore; tuttavia la scoperta, unica copia conosciuta, di una carta dell?Italia della stessa serie firmata da Gastaldi contribuisce all?attribuzione di tutta la serie al celebre cartografo piemontese. Esemplare in magnifica coloritura coeva, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Uno dei due conosciuti, il solo in coloritura coeva. Bibliografia: Peter Meurer, Strabo Illustratus Atlas, p. 42, 28. Dimensioni 385x245. This unnumbered map of the Strabo series, showing Turkmenistan, Iran and the Caspian Sea, combines the modern image after the Prima parte of Gastaldi's map of Asia and the nomenclature after Strabo. Unrecorded until discovered by Peter Meurer in an unique sixteenth century composite atlas from the house of Bertelli in Venice; 15 unknown maps by the same hand are present. According with Meurer they are the "absolute scientific highlight of the atlas". The maps was created to illustrate an Italian edition of the books of the Geography by the Greek Strabo. Anyway an illustrated edition of Strabo's Geography was never published in Italy in the sixteenth century. There was, however, a contemporary edition printed in Venice and Ferrara in 1562 and 1565. A vague theory may here construct plans and intentions of an illustration with maps by Gastaldi, which have failed for unknown reasons. All maps are designed on the basis of contemporary models, while the entries and names of towns regions etc. follow the text by Strabo. None of the present maps are signed, but there exists a sole example of a second state of the general map of Italy in which the authorship is also assigned to Giacomo Gastaldi. Engraving with fine original colouring, printed on a single sheet, plate Dimensioni 385x245. One of the two only copy knownReferences: P. Meurer, Strabo Illustratus Atlas, p. 42, 28. Venezia Venice

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        Diana

      Bulino, circa 1560. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, piccola mancanza l'angolo superiore destro, per il resto in ottime condizioni. Ex collezione Rober Balmanno (Lugt 214). Bartsch 143 90 170

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        C. Iul. Caesaris Rerum ab se Gestarum Commentarij

      Apud Haeredes Seb. Gryphii 1560 Ad vetustissimorum codicum fidem summa cura diligentiac(que) castigati: Reliqua sequens docebit pagella. Contiene; De bello gallico libri VIII - De bello ciuili pompeiano libri III - De bello Alexandrino liber I - De bello Hispaniensi liber I. Con 5 mappe, 2 tavole ripiegate ed iniziali in xilografia. Marca xilografica al frontespizio Titolo manoscritto al dorso Firma di appartenenza e data ad inchiostro ai risguardi (Owner's name at the first blank page) Molto buono (Very Good)

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        Magiae naturalis, siue De miraculis rerum naturalium libri IIII.

      Ex officina Christophori Plantini, Antuerpiae. MDLX [In fine: Kalendis Februarii 1560]. [8], 135, [1] c., 8°(16 cm), cart. Frontespizio in cornice, fregi e iniziali xil. Originally published in folio at Napels in 1558, it was first published by Plantin in 1560, and several times republished: in 1560, 1561, 1564, 1567 and 1576). This one is the second edition, the first of Plantin. The book became the most popular treatise on natural magic and was much republished and translated in all European languages, including a translation in Dutch, published by Plantin in 1566. According to Caillet, the book was most popular in France as it was the best practical and ceremonial treatise on natural magic, also including many curious secrets on women?s beauty and make-up. The author, Giambattista della Porta (1540-1615), a celebrated physician, philosopher and caballist, who lived and worked in Napels, published a new edition of his work at Napels in 1589, but next to the new edition, the old four-book edition kept being published all through the 17th century, becoming a real popular book which could be bought cheaply. These early editions in four books, containing the secrets of nature, which he began to study when he was fifteen, is rather strictly limited to the natural variety and is perhaps more prosaic than might be expected by modern minds. This may have been partly because of the deletions by the censors of which Porta complains in his preface. It is quite evidently a continuation and repetition and compilation of the medieval books of secrets and experiments. he first introductory book, which remained essentially the same in all editions, discussed the chief causes, manifest and occult, of natural marvels and marvellous artificial operations: the elements and their qualities, forms, celectial influence, sympathy and antipathy, likeness and occult virtue, with some attention to time and place, to methods of preparing and mixing compounds, and to the properties of fountains; the second is devoted to various marvellous experiments and tricks from the transmutation of plants to secret modes of writing, from cosmetics to soporifics, from magic lamps to love philters and fascination. The third book deals with chemical experiments, and the fourth with optical experiments and mirrors, closing with the time-honored themes of physical ligatures, the virtues of stones and of images carved on gems. Apart from the mixture of curiosity and credulity common in late Renaissance science, the book represents a serious attempt to define and describe natural magic and some refined application of mathematical and experimental techniques in science, including perspective. Piacevole legatura mod. su stile antico in cartoncino leggero con carta francese d?epoca con titolo manoscritto al dorso.

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        DE I MIRACOLI ET MARAVIGLIOSI EFFETTI DALLA NATURA PRODOTTI. LIBRI IIII DI GIOVANBATTISTA PORTA NAPOLITANO, NUOVAMENTE TRADOTTI DI LATINO IN LINGUA VOLGARE, ET CON MOLTA FATICA ILLUSTRATI.

      VENEZIA, LODOVICO AVANZI, 1560. 1560 In-12° (cm. 15,5 x 10,5), cc. (15),1 bianca,163, legaura in piena pergamena muta. Marca tipografica sl frontespizio, capilettera ornati xilografici, tracce di sporco al frontespizio ma ottima copia. Rarissima prima edizione in volgare della famosa opera sulla magia naturale pubblicata in latino nel 1558 "Magiae naturalis sive de miraculis rerum naturalium libri IV". Questo libro, più volte ristampato e tradotto in italiano, francese, tedesco, olandese e inglese, valse all'autore notorietà europea, ma anche l'accusa di stregoneria, riconosciuta infondata dall'Inquisizione. In questa prima edizione italiana e nelle numerose ristampe, quasi tutte veneziane, sono soppresse le pagine compromettenti con la descrizione di preparati pericolosi "per non fomentare la curiosità degli uomini e degli empii". Il prudente volgarizzatore però, ha preferito sopprimere anche la parola "magia" dal titolo. Riccardi I, 2-308, British Library, STC Italian 536; Caillet 8855. Manca a tutte le altre bibliografie di Hermetica e Magica. Nei Magiae naturalis libri IV (1558; ampliata, 1589) si esplica una visione del cosmo come complesso nodo di forze vitali che si espandono in fenomeni meravigliosi e di cui la magia cerca di sciogliere il mistero.

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