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2019-07-23 17:34:10
Giacomo GASTALDI
Venezia, 1560. Rarissima carta dell’isola che attribuiamo a Giacomo Gastaldi e che consideriamo il prototipo di questa tipologia di carte del ‘500. L’opera, in passato anonima e conosciuta solo attraverso l’esemplare conservato nell’atlante Doria, la troviamo stampata in un singolo foglio di atlante insieme alla carta della Corsica firmata da Gastaldi, nell’esemplare venduto in asta a Londra (Sotheby’s, 2000). Le due carte sono assolutamente simili in tutto, anche nella inusuale modo di rappresentare l’orientazione, attraverso una sorta di croce che attraversa tutta l’isola. Ulteriore conferma dell’attribuzione al Gastaldi deriva dalla presenza della carta nel suddetto Atlante Doria, insieme ad un gruppo di carte delle isole del cartografo piemontese, quali Malta, Elba e la Corsica. Dal confronto con tutte le altre carte dell’isola, si notano le seguenti differenze: orografia e idrografia meno accentuate; in alto a nord del fiume Temo viene indicato Fresan anziché S.reparata (nelle altre carte Fresan è a sud del fiume); sempre a nord, sotto l’isola denominata Tolata, non vi è piu disegnata un’isoletta priva dell’indicazione toponomastica, che si trova invece nelle altre carte. Il primo stato della carta è una prova di stampa, parzialmente incompleta. Ad oggi è noto un solo esemplare, venduto in asta a Parigi nel 2006 ed ora nella collezione di chi scrive. Al centro dell’isola, l’iscrizione SARDEGNA. In alto, in una targa incorniciata da fregi, una breve descrizione del territorio Sardinia insula inter Africu[m], et Tyrrenu[m] pelagus sita: magnitudine 562 mil. pas. fertilis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-23 17:34:09
Giacomo GASTALDI (1500 circa - 1565 circa)
1560. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 300x205, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con margini originali aggiunti, leggere tracce di colla nella congiunzione dei margini, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. UNICO ESEMPLARE NOTO DEL PRIMO STATO della carta, una prova di stampa, parzialmente non completa (cfr. Bifolco-Ronca, tav. 1065). Il presente esemplare, venduto in asta a Parigi nel 2006 e quindi parte di in una collezione privata tedesca, poi venduta in asta - Reiss & Sohn - nel 2016. Al centro dell'isola, con caratteri grandi, si legge: SARDEGNA. Nel cartiglio in alto a sinistra una breve descrizione geografica del territorio: Sardinia insula inter Africu[m], et Tyrrenu[m] pelagus sita: magnitudine 562 mil. pas. fertilis admodu[m] animaliu[m]que varij generis abundans metallis argentarijs, stagnis, fontibus, salubris prestantissima. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro, il nord è in alto. Carta priva di scala grafica e di graduazione ai margini. Carta anonima, priva di data ed indicazioni editoriali, che attribuiamo a Giacomo Gastaldi e riteniamo essere il prototipo di questa tipologia di carte cinquecentesche dell'isola. Non sono note le fonti cartografiche, ma certamente per il cartografo piemontese questa tavola voleva essere una correzione ed un miglioramento di quella realizzata per la Geografia di Tolomeo (1548). Il disegno del profilo costiero rimanda alle carte nautiche coeve, anche se in questa tavola è notevolmente migliorato, almeno per quanto riguarda la parte occidentale. Per gli altri dati geografici, ovvero orografia e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 16:34:18
Philippe GALLE (Haarlem, 1537; Anversa, 12 o 29 Marzo 1612)
Bulino, 1560 circa, sul piedistallo nell'immagine "Franciscus Floris inventor/Hieronimus Cock excudebat/ Cum gratia, et privilegio", più in basso, su una pietra "Philippus Galle / fecit". Nel margine inferiore, l'iscrizione latina "Cuius Praecepto fily sui immolationem parabat Abraham, eiusdem voluntate vivum servavit. O admirabile dei consilium!". Da un soggetto di Frans Floris. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impresa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, piccoli strappi perfettamente resyaurati, per il resto in buono stato di conservazione. L'incisione deriva da un dipinto di Frans Floris che raffigura il Sacrifico di Isacco, narrato nel Libro della Genesi (22:1-19). La scena mostra il momento in cui Abramo, obbiente al comando di Dio, sta per sacrificare il figlio Isacco, ma la sua mano viene fermato da un Angelo inviato dal Signore che gli indica un ariete da immolare al posto del figlio. Zani annotava che Vasari erroneamente attribuisce l'incisione a Girolamo Cock. Engraving, 1560 circa?, lettered in the image "Franciscus Floris inventor/Hieronimus Cock excudebat/ Cum gratia, et privilegio" and, on the right "Philippus Galle / fecit". In lower margin, Latin inscription "Cuius Praecepto fily sui immolationem parabat Abraham, eiusdem voluntate vivum servavit. O admirabile dei consilium!". After a subject by Frans Floris. A very good impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the paltemark, small paper folds, otherwise in good conditions. The scene is based on Genesis 22: 1-19, and depicts the moment when Abraham, about to sacrifice his son Isaac in ob … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 16:34:18
Giovanni Battista de' CAVALIERI o CAVALLERIS (1525-1601)
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 16:34:18
Mario CARTARO o CARTARI
Acquaforte, 1560 circa, in basso a sinistra: IULII ROMANI INVENTUM/ MICHAELIS LUCENSIS OPERA/ REPRAESENTATUM ILLUSTRISSIMO Q. DOMINO/ IULIANO CAESARINO/ D. D. Nel libro che il leone tiene tra le zampe: PAX/ TIBI/ MARCE/ VA/GEL/ISTA. In basso a destra: MK e ML cum privilegio. Esemplare nel primo stato, di cinque descritti da Massari, avanti l’indirizzo di Lafreri. Bella impressione, su carta vergata coeva applicata su antico supporto di collezione, rifilata al rame o con sottile margine, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L’incisione, intitolata dal D’Arco "Maria Vergine con i Santi", riproduce la pala con la" Madonna con il Bambino tra i Santi" dipinti da Giulio Romano su commissione del banchiere tedesco Jakob Fugger (1454-1525) per la cappella di famiglia nella chiesa di Santa Maria dell’Anima (datata tra 1522-1523) e nota come "Pala Fugger". Sebbene sulla stampa, dedicata a Giulio Cesarini (1491-1566), compaia sia il nome di Mario Cartaro che le iniziali di Michele Lucchese, incisore e mercante attivo a Roma dal 1553 al 1604, la lastra è da ascriversi al Cartaro, per evidenti ragioni stilistiche. Agli Uffizi si conserva il disegno preparatorio noto come Sacra Conversazione (Gabinetto dei Disegni e delle Stampe, inv. U 14615 F) che ha ispirato quest’acquaforte e un disegno del Louvre. Quest’ultimo, classificato da Stefania Massari come opera di Raffaellino del Colle, nella descrizione che compare nel catalogo dei disegni del British Museum viene ascritto più genericamente, da Pouncey e Gere, ad un allievo di Giulio Romano. L’impianto complessivo del disegno conservato agli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-23 16:15:57
Girolamo RUSCELLI (Viterbo 1504 - Venezia 1566)
Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1560, priva di firma. Esemplare nel primo stato, prima tiratura e prima del taglio della lastra. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su un foglio di carta vergata coeva (ottenuto da due uniti) con filigrana "scudo con fiore e stella", con pieni margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Burden, The mapping of North America, 29; Ginsberg; Printed Maps of Scandinavia and the Arctic, 19; Shirley, The Mapping of the World, 109; Bella, Cartografia Rara (Collezione Novacco), p. 49, 41; Borroni Salvadori, Raccolte, 3 & 4. Nordenskiold collection 7. Rarissimo esemplare, prima del testo al verso e prima della pubblicazione, con il taglio della lastra, nella Geographia di Tolomeo del Ruscelli. Girolamo Ruscelli erudito e poligrafo nativo di Viterbo, si formò a Roma ma si trasferì ben presto nel Veneto dove curò, per la tipografia Valgrisi, le edizioni di numerosi classici italiani. Ruscelli fu anche il curatore della versione riveduta e ampliata della Geographia di Tolomeo, stampata a Venezia più volte tra il 1561 e la fine del secolo. Le mappe sono basate sulle tavole di Giacomo Gastaldi compilate per l'edizione del 1548; probabilmente il Gastaldi disegnò personalmente anche queste carte, che vennero incise dai fratelli Livio e Giulio Sanuto. La peculiarità delle mappe è che sono incise due per lastra e successivamente tagliate per essere inserite nel libro, di formato in-quarto; questo il motivo per cui il segno del rame appare solo in tre lati della mappa. La carta della Scandinavia è tuttavia basata sulla Carta da Navegar di Nicolo Zeno, edita … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-19 11:28:12
Sebastian MUNSTER
1560. Tratta dalla "Cosmographiae Universalis.", edizione in tedesco, Basilea fine del XVI secolo. La "Cosmographiae Universalis" di Sebastian Münster (1488-1552), stampata perl a prima volta Basilea nel 1544 da Heinrich Petri, è più volte aggiornata e aumentata di nuove carte georgafiche e rappresentazioni urbane nelle sue numerose edizioni che arrivano all’inizio del secolo successivo. Silografia in buone condizioni, bella coloritura a mano. Taken from the "Cosmographiae Universalis.", edition in German. Basle, end of the XVI century. The "Cosmographiae Universalis" by Sebastian Münster (1488-1552), printed for the first time in 1544 by Heinrich Petri, has been updated and increased for several times with new geographic maps and city views in its many editions which extends until the beginning of the following century. Woodcut, fine colouring, good conditions. 400 325mm
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-19 09:45:28
Giacomo GASTALDI
Venezia, 1560. Acquaforte e bulino, dimensioni mm 300x205, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, con margini originali aggiunti, leggere tracce di colla nella congiunzione dei margini, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. UNICO ESEMPLARE NOTO DEL PRIMO STATO della carta, una prova di stampa, parzialmente non completa (cfr. Bifolco-Ronca, tav. 1065). Il presente esemplare, venduto in asta a Parigi nel 2006 e quindi parte di in una collezione privata tedesca, poi venduta in asta - Reiss & Sohn - nel 2016. Al centro dell’isola, con caratteri grandi, si legge: SARDEGNA. Nel cartiglio in alto a sinistra una breve descrizione geografica del territorio: Sardinia insula inter Africu[m], et Tyrrenu[m] pelagus sita: magnitudine 562 mil. pas. fertilis admodu[m] animaliu[m]que varij generis abundans metallis argentarijs, stagnis, fontibus, salubris prestantissima. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro, il nord è in alto. Carta priva di scala grafica e di graduazione ai margini. Carta anonima, priva di data ed indicazioni editoriali, che attribuiamo a Giacomo Gastaldi e riteniamo essere il prototipo di questa tipologia di carte cinquecentesche dell’isola. Non sono note le fonti cartografiche, ma certamente per il cartografo piemontese questa tavola voleva essere una correzione ed un miglioramento di quella realizzata per la Geografia di Tolomeo (1548). Il disegno del profilo costiero rimanda alle carte nautiche coeve, anche se in questa tavola è notevolmente migliorato, almeno per quanto riguarda la parte occidentale. Per gli altri dati geografici, ovvero oro … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2019-07-18 18:56:24
GEORGIEVITZ, Bartholomaeus.
Wittenberg, Hans Krafft, 1560.Sm.8vo. 17th century vellum, with red title label on spine. With title-page printed in red and black and 35 woodcut portraits in the text. 140 lvs.First edition was printed at Lyon in 1553. - Georgijeviç or Georgievitz, was taken prisoner by the Turks at the battle of Mohàcs in 1526. He was kept in captivity for 13 years before escaping to Jerusalem; on his return to Europe, he wrote this account of his sufferings and devoted the rest of his life to promoting his work and supervising its publication. His zeal attracted the attention of the Protestant reformer Philipp Melanchton, who wrote the preface for this edition. Georgijeviç’s work appeared in a vast number of editions (Koç collection p. 54).Contains an account of the Turkish emperors, the Turkish court and army, Turkish customs and Our Father in Turkish and Arabian, etc. He gives a general account of the life and customs of the Ottomans. Of special interest is the practical advice he gives on how to escape Turkish slavery. With a severe preface against the Turks by Philipp Melanchton.This work was one of the most frequently reprinted of all accounts of Turkish life and customs. The number of editions and translations is staggering (Atabey Collection p.261).Atabey Collection 488; Blackmer Collection 671; Weber 667; Göllner 1126; Angus O’Neill, Koç Collection, 14; Apponyi 358. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
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2019-07-16 21:29:10
VERGILIUS
Lugduni (Lyon): 1560. VERGILIUS Polydorus - De Rerum Invotoribus lib. VIII. Eiusdem in dominicam precem commentariolus VERGILIUS Polydorus De Rerum Invotoribus lib. VIII. Eiusdem in dominicam precem commentariolus apud Iacobum Boyerium, Lugduni (Lyon) 1560, fort in-16 (12,2x8cm), (24) 676pp. -34., relié. Nouvelle édition. L'ouvrage fut mis à l'index et fut réédité en 1575 sous une forme expurgée et l'édition que nous présentons ne l'est donc pas. La première traduction française semble avoir paru en 1527 selon un exemplaire de l'université de Glasgow, bien qu'une donnée contradictoire donne 1528 comme date de la première édition française en latin par Robert Etienne. Rare, comme toutes les éditions. Absent de la BNF et des catalogues français (exception d'une édition à Lyon de 1586), comme de nombreuses bibliothèques. Il nous a été impossible de retrouver la date de l'originale, sûrement dans les premières années du XVIème en Italie, bien que le Grégoire donne 1571 pour la première édition...? Brunet donne 1499 comme date de la première édition.Impression en Italique.Reliure en plein vélin d'époque.Polydore Vergil (1470-1555) est né et mort à Urbino, après avoir étudié à Bologne et Padoue, il devint le secrétaire du duc d'Urbino et le chambellan d'Alexandre VI. Ses deux premiers écrits le rendirent célèbres et obtinrent une grande popularité 'Proverbiorum libellus' et 'De inventoribus rerum', traduite en français par 'Les inventeurs des choses'. En 1501 le pape l'envoya en Angleterre, devenant l'intime de Henri VII, ce dernier lui commanda une histoire d'Angleterre par leq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-07-13 00:29:12
1560. commentario rum in genealogiam Austriacam libri duo Geschichte der Habsburger von Ihren Anfängen bis zum Tode von Kaiser Karl V. verfasst von Wolfgang Lazius gedruckt mit kaiserlichem, zehnjährigem Privileg zu Basel von Johannes Oporinus und Nikolaus Episcopius um 1560 / 1564 Dieses Exemplar wurde vom Chefrestaurator einer Landesbibliothek neu gebunden/restauriert Meines Wissens gibt es dieses Buch nur in ein paar Landesbibliotheken und Universitätsbibliotheken Außerdem im neuen Schuber Privatverkauf ohne Garantie.
Bookseller: ludwigdersechzehnte [München, DE]
2019-07-11 20:49:47
Perkins, John
1560. Rare Imprint of A Profitable Booke That is Not Listed in Beale 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] pp. Leaf F7 (Fol. 39) and fore-edge of Leaf N3 (Fol. 91) supplied in facsimile Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary calf, recently rebacked in period style, blind rules to boards, gilt-edged raised bands and gilt title to spine. A few scratches and creases to boards, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners and a few sections of board edges worn, pastedowns removed. Moderate toning, somewhat heavier in places, light edgwear to some leaves. Early owner initials to title page in miniscule hand, annotations in similar hand to margins of a few leaves. An appealing 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. This copy does not have a publication date, but its colophon, pagination 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 s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-07-09 09:12:02
LA LOUPE (Vincent de)
Paris, Guillaume le Noir, 1560. 3 parties en un volume petit in-8 (154 x 100 mm), broché (couverture papier moderne), 68 feuillets titres compris [sign. A-H8, I4]. Première édition française de cet important essai de science politique de la Renaissance, traduit du latin, largement remanié et augmenté par l'auteur lui-même. L'ouvrage est divisé en trois parties: chacune comporte un titre propre compris dans la pagination. Grande marque de l'imprimeur au titre. Lettrines. Juriste, historien et magistrat du pays chartrain, Vincent de La Loupe étudie les attributions et fonctions des différents offices dans le royaume, recherche l'origine de leur pouvoir et cite les principaux travaux de ses contemporains en la matière: Paul Émile, Gaguin, Budé père et fils, etc. G. Weill ('Théories du pouvoir royal en France', p. 20-21) classe cet ouvrage comme exemplaire des théories du pouvoir absolu qui fleurissaient à la veille des Guerres de Religion. Cf. également R. Doucet, 'Institutions de la France au XVIe s.', p. 198 sq. et 898. (Brunet, III, 779. Guigard, 'Bibliothèque héraldique de la France', n°1920. Lindsay, 397. Saffroy, 13711). Biffures anciennes à la plume sur les titres des deuxième et troisième parties. Bon exemplaire. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie HATCHUEL [PARIS, France]
2019-07-01 13:54:19
Lopez de Gomara, Francisco; Cieza de Leon, Pedro
1560 and 1557. Venice. Giordano Ziletti and Andrea Arrivabene. Two works bound in one, 4to, (155 x 100 mm). 1 ff., [16], 216, [2] pages, one fold out woodcut map; 1 ff., [32], 324 pp.. Contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered in ink, slightly faded, rubbed, with traces of marbled paper. Both works in fine, fresh, and wide-margined copies; map folded, also in very good condition.- A fine and genuine copy of two famous accounts of Spanish adventures in the New World: the first, by Pedro Cieza de León (1520-1554) is the work he wrote after returning from the New World, ‘La Prima Parte dell'historie del Peru’; the second, by Francisco López de Gómara (c.1511-c.1566), “the first history of Mexico printed” (Wagner). Cieza de Leon´s work stands with those of Xerez and Zarate as the most reliable and early chronicles of Peru; Cieza had become a conquistador after seeing Hernando Pizarro return from the Indies laden with treasure as a boy, and participated in several campaigns in present-day Colombia and Lima. He was the first historian to write a global history of the Andes. His work describes military campaigns against rebellious natives, expeditions to make contacts with remote rulers supposedly possessed of enormous wealth, and the everyday hardships of life in South America. He often used native informants, and picked up local habits quickly: he describes making a breastplate out of tapir skin. “The first part...was the only one to be published in the sixteenth century. It describes the geography, history, and ethnology of the Viceroyalty ofP … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: HS Rare Books [Argentina]
2019-06-27 15:26:42
ARISTOTELES.
Heidelberg (Heidelbergae), 1560. (Colophon: 'Heidelbergae, Excudebat Lodovicus Lucius, Universitatis typographus, Anno salutis humanae 1560, Mense Septembri). 8vo. (VIII),567(recte 571),(1 colophon),(4 blank) p. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards. 17.5 cm (Ref: VD16 A 3403; Hoffmann 1,291; Schweiger 1,52; cf. Dibdin 1,326 & Moss 1,126 for the edition of 1555; cf. Graesse 1,212; Cranz, A bibliography of Aristotle editions, 1501-1600, no. 108.398; J. Lewis, 'Adrien Turnèbe (1512-1565), a humanist observed', Genève, 1998, p. 127/28) (Details: Nice contemporary pigskin over wooden boards. Back with 3 raised bands. Boards decorated with a row of blind-tooled rolls, comprising floral motives and heads in medallions. The central panel is adorned with floral motives and palmets. The blind-stamped year 1565 or 1563 is vaguely visible at the bottom of the central panel on the upper board. Greek text with facing Latin translation, printed in 2 columns) (Condition: Pigskin age-tanned, worn and scuffed. Paper label at the head of the spine with a short title on it. Small damages to the pigskin. The clasps and catches are gone. Three small ownership inscriptions on the front endpapers. Two old initials in the lower margin of the title page. Small stamp on the verso of the title. A strip of the blank uppermargin of the title torn off, without affecting the text. Some contemporary ink marginalia) (Note: The Greek scholar Aristotle, 384-322 B.C., is one of the foremost names in the history of thought, and perhaps the most influential of all who have ever written. His influ … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2019-06-27 15:22:35
HIPPOCRATES.
Basel (Basileae), 1560. (Colophon at the end: 'Excudebat Iacobus Parcus, expensis viduae M. Isingrinei, anno 1560, mense martio). 8vo. (LVI),501,(1 blank),(16) p. Pigskin over wooded boards. 17.5 cm 'Interesting text with an interesting provenance' (Ref: VD16 H 3797; Maloney & Savoie no. 369; not in Ebert, Graesse or Brunet) (Details: Back with 4 raised bands. The boards are decorated with blind stamped triple fillet borders and a row consisting of floral motives and some tiny portraits; the central panel of the boards shows palmet motives. 4 contemporary brass clasps on the outer edge of the covers. Woodcut initials. Each chapter contains the Greek text, followed by a Latin translation, and a extensive commentary. Good quality paper) (Condition: Pigskin soiled and slightly stained. The back shows craquelure. The lower corners are somewhat abraded. Front joint starting to split at the foot of spine. The clasps of the catches are gone, and have been replaced by two strips of leather. Flyleaf at the end gone. Bookplate pasted on the inside of the upper board) (Note: The Greek physician Hippocrates, 460-370 B.C., is known as the father of medicine, and was the first epidemiologist. He sought a logic to sickness, and attempted to explain disease occurrence from a rational perspective rather than a supernatural basis. In his day people generally thought that one was sick because of the gods. Hippocrates was the first to examine the relationships between the occurrence of disease and environmental influences and human behaviour. The distinction between 'epidemic' and 'endemic' wa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2019-06-26 11:34:33
Marguerite de Navarre. Marguerite de Valois, Royne de Navarre / Margarete von Angoulême, Margarete von Navarra, Margarete von Valois. Gruget, Claude (Hrsg.)
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: à + è 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 & felicietè. Table (VI- XIV) -Sonet L. Passerat Troien (XIV) Prolgue (XV bis XXXI) - Sonet:PAR I.Venzov (XXXII) Premier nouvelle (1) septanteuniesine (716). Margarete von Angoulême (franz. Marguerite de Navarre oder Marguerite d Angoulême), auch Margarete von Navarra, Margarete von Valois oder Margarete von Frankreich. (1492-1549). 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 für 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 Verfa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat [Germany]
2019-06-21 12:23:05
1560. commentario rum in genealogiam Austriacam libri duo Geschichte der Habsburger von Ihren Anfängen bis zum Tode von Kaiser Karl V. verfasst von Wolfgang Lazius gedruckt mit kaiserlichem, zehnjährigem Privileg zu Basel von Johannes Oporinus und Nikolaus Episcopius um 1560 / 1564 Dieses Exemplar wurde vom Chefrestaurator einer Landesbibliothek neu gebunden/restauriert Meines Wissens gibt es dieses Buch nur in ein paar Landesbibliotheken und Universitätsbibliotheken Außerdem im neuen Schuber Privatverkauf ohne Garantie.
Bookseller: ludwigdersechzehnte [München, DE]
2019-06-15 22:33:34
STOFLER (Jean).
Paris, Chez Guillaume Cavellat, 6 avril 1560. 1560 1 vol. in-12° (165x110 mm.) de: [20] ff. (titre, dédicace, table, préface), 222 ff., [1] ff. (privilége et achevé d'imprimé avec date, deux tableaux dépliants (reliés avant les pp. 105 et 135). 52 figures, tableaux dans le texte et à pleine page. Plein veau glacé 18éme, dos à nerfs orné, titre de maroquin rouge, tranches rouges. (mors supérieur fendu). Edition originale de la traduction en français du célèbre traité sur l'astrolabe du mathématicien et géographe allemand Johann Stoeffler (1452-1531), par l'astronome Jean-Pierre de Mesmes (1516-1578), avec ses ajouts sur l'usage de cet instrument imprimés en italiques. Louvrage de Johannes Stöffler (ou Stoeffler) « Elucidatio fabricae ususque Astrolabii parait en 1512-1513 chez Jacob Koebel à Oppenheim au format in-folio. Il est le premier ouvrage allemand consacré à lastrolabe. Professeur à l'Université de Tübingen, Stöffler est célèbre pour sa continuation des Ephémérides de Regiomontanus et pour sa prédiction d'un déluge universel pour 1524. Outre son traité, il fabrique lui-même des Astrolabe, contribuant à répandre en Europe lusage de cet instrument dorigine Arabe, dune importance capitale pour l'astrologie, l'arpentage et la navigation. Pour désigner les différentes parties de l'astrolabe, il utilise les mots arabes dont il donne la traduction latine. La présente traduction en Français est due à l'éditeur douvrages scientifiques Guillaume Cavellat. Actif depuis 1547, il publie en 1553 une édition latine du même texte au format in-8°, jugé plus pratique dutilisation que … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J-F Letenneur Livres Rares [France, Saint Briac sur Mer]
2019-06-05 22:22:38
MANUTIUS Paulus (MANUZIO)
Venetiis,: Paulus Manutius, 1560. Venetiis, Paulus Manutius, 1560. In-24 gr. (mm. 138x92), p. pergamena antica, tit. oro al dorso, tagli rossi, 8 cc.nn., 229 cc.num., 3 cc.nn.; dopo la c. 168 ci son in aggiunta 4 cc.nn. (yy); da c. 169 alla fine “Pauli Manutii Praefationes”; al frontespizio e al verso dell'ultima carta è xilografata l'ancora aldina. Cfr. Renouard,12, p. 180: “Avec la préface de l'édition précédente, de 1558. Celle-ci est plus ample, et successivement on verra les diverses réimpressions s'enrichir de nouvelles lettres et préfaces”. Frontesp. con antico restauro per mancanza al margine infer.; corto del margine super.; con qualche lieve alone ma certamente un buon esemplare.
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2019-05-31 22:17:24
Martialis, M. Val.
Apud Hieronymum de Marnef, Parisiis, 1560. 48mo (10.5x7.5 cm). - 208, [3] leaves. - Contemporary calf, covers with double gilt borders; rebacked, spine with 4 raised bands and title in gilt on red leather label. Corners and edges somewhat worn, else fine. - A tight copy. - On the title-page and in the colophon, Marnef's famous printer's device: a pelican, on its nest, feeding its young, along with the motto: In me mors, in me vita". - Many engraved initials. - Interior fine, except for the tops of few pages (including the title-page) are being very slightly shaved off . - On the title-page, ownership note in old ink: "Joannes Seager. Coll. / Pembr. Oxon. / ." - Marginal comments in Seager's hand, in English, especially at the end. - The poet Martian, of Spanish origin, is well remembered for his witty description of daily human life in Rome, as well as for his satire. - In the present book, of special interest are the host of very interesting details of the different dishes and wines of the table, given in Liber XIII. He praises Italian wines, especially those of Falernia. - Some of Seager's comments are also n Liber XIII. such as on the margin if the verso of Leaf 188 about " a small fish: the fry of the thynnas', and another on Leaf 193:"sea water brought with the fish". [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bibliophilia [Tampa, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-05-30 19:23:07
1560. Liber scintillarum. Opus vener. Bedae presbyteri Doctoris Theologiq ; celeberrimi, nuper inventum & à Reveren. D. Anatonio Gangutia Siculo, sacram Theologiam in Almae urbis gymnasio publicè prositente (...). Romae, apud Antonium Bladum, 1560. Petit in-4 (19,5x14cm), (1f)+148ff. Plein parchemin du 19e siècle. Il manque le 2 derniers feuillets de table. On notera avec profit : Dom H.-M. Rochais " Defensoriana. Archéologie du "Liber scintillarum"" (Sacri erudiri vol.9, 1957, p.199 et suiv.) : « Ayant eu la bonne fortune de pouvoir examiner plusieurs éditions anciennes et rares du Liber scintillarum, j'ai cru utile d'en relever ici la description. Le nombre de ces éditions anciennes qui attribuent l'œuvre à Defensor rend difficilement compréhensible l'erreur des éditeurs de Bède insérant le liber scintillarum parmi les œuvres du Vénérable (...) ». L'édition de Rome 1560 inaugure, dans cette bibliographie, cet étrange détournement. Reliure un peu défraichie, quelques légères rousseurs. 3 anciennes lignes manuscrites sur le titre. Bel état.
Bookseller: ty0_6 Rometti-livres (ty0_6) [NICE, FR]
2019-05-29 12:33:15
Fabricius, Georg
Basileae [Basel], Per Ionnem Oporinum [Johannes Oporin]. 1560 Georg Kastholm: Poematum Sacrorum Libri Xv. Leather Band The description of this item has been automatically translated. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Item details Georgii Fabricii Chemnicensis Poematum Sacrorum Libri XV. Quorum Catalogum uersa pagina reperies. Fabricius, Georg: Basileae [Basel], Per Ionnem Oporinum [Johannes Oporin], 1560. 655, [1] pages with jewelry initials. Octave (12 x 7.5 cm). Leather strap of the time on five frets with floral and ornamental embossed jewelry and faded red section. Language: Latin Order number: 10001 Remarks: * Colophon: "Basileae, ex officina Ioannis Oporini, anno salutis humanae MDLX. Mense Februario."- Hermann Wiegand writes in Killy's literary lexicon (3, p. 321):" Fabricius (actually G. Goldschmidt, born 1516 in Chemnitz, died 1571 in Meißen) is important for the history of neo-Latin literature as a innovator of one formally to Horace, however also the ode, hymn and elegy poetry based on the language and style patterns of late Christian antiquity. He programmatically rejects the widespread adoption of pagan mythology in Neo-Latin poetry. Growing out of an 'Ad Deum Omnipotentem odarum liber unus', the collective edition of his spiritual poetry in the 25 books of 'Poemata sacra' offers a Spektrum of counterparts to ancient lyrical poetry ". VD16 F 337. - Cover somewhat rubbed, on the inside cover and the title page several ownership notes and notations from different hands, inside underlines, a few pages thicker, otherwise not stained, pages … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2019-05-29 07:37:57
GEORGIEVITZ, Bartholomaeus.
Wittenberg, Hans Krafft, 1560.Sm.8vo. 17th century vellum, with red title label on spine. With title-page printed in red and black and 35 woodcut portraits in the text. 140 lvs.First edition was printed at Lyon in 1553. - Georgijeviç or Georgievitz, was taken prisoner by the Turks at the battle of Mohàcs in 1526. He was kept in captivity for 13 years before escaping to Jerusalem; on his return to Europe, he wrote this account of his sufferings and devoted the rest of his life to promoting his work and supervising its publication. His zeal attracted the attention of the Protestant reformer Philipp Melanchton, who wrote the preface for this edition. Georgijeviç's work appeared in a vast number of editions (Koç collection p. 54).Contains an account of the Turkish emperors, the Turkish court and army, Turkish customs and Our Father in Turkish and Arabian, etc. He gives a general account of the life and customs of the Ottomans. Of special interest is the practical advice he gives on how to escape Turkish slavery. With a severe preface against the Turks by Philipp Melanchton.This work was one of the most frequently reprinted of all accounts of Turkish life and customs. The number of editions and translations is staggering (Atabey Collection p.261).Atabey Collection 488; Blackmer Collection 671; Weber 667; Göllner 1126; Angus O'Neill, Koç Collection, 14; Apponyi 358.
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2019-05-28 14:05:45
GEORGIEVITZ, Bartholomaeus.
Wittenberg, Hans Krafft, 1560.Sm.8vo. 17th century vellum, with red title label on spine. With title-page printed in red and black and 35 woodcut portraits in the text. 140 lvs.First edition was printed at Lyon in 1553. - Georgijeviç or Georgievitz, was taken prisoner by the Turks at the battle of Mohàcs in 1526. He was kept in captivity for 13 years before escaping to Jerusalem; on his return to Europe, he wrote this account of his sufferings and devoted the rest of his life to promoting his work and supervising its publication. His zeal attracted the attention of the Protestant reformer Philipp Melanchton, who wrote the preface for this edition. Georgijeviç’s work appeared in a vast number of editions (Koç collection p. 54).Contains an account of the Turkish emperors, the Turkish court and army, Turkish customs and Our Father in Turkish and Arabian, etc. He gives a general account of the life and customs of the Ottomans. Of special interest is the practical advice he gives on how to escape Turkish slavery. With a severe preface against the Turks by Philipp Melanchton.This work was one of the most frequently reprinted of all accounts of Turkish life and customs. The number of editions and translations is staggering (Atabey Collection p.261).Atabey Collection 488; Blackmer Collection 671; Weber 667; Göllner 1126; Angus O’Neill, Koç Collection, 14; Apponyi 358. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2019-05-28 14:05:28
POSTEL, Guillaume.
Poitiers, Enguilbert de Marnef, 1560.3 volumes in 1. 4to. Later half calf, with red title label on spine. With 3 woodcut printer's devices on title-pages. (8),127; 57; (8),90 pp.First edition. - 'Postel was the most learned of the French travellers to the East at this period. He published the first Arabic grammar in French and numerous other learned works. He accompanied the ambassador La Forest to Constantinople in 1535 and returned to the city again in 1549. His work is not so much a descriptive account of his travels as a compendium of information gleaned while travelling and from other sources. The third book . furnished 'an unusually complete and accurate picture of the governing system of the Ottoman empire' (Blackmer p. 281). He was perhaps the first great Arabist of the late renaissance. Postel’s work on the Ottoman Empire, written over a period of many years, represents the fruition of his experiences in the East and his appreciation of the Islam (Atabey p.523). Guillaume Postel's two stays in Turkey made him more familiar than most Europeans with Turkish customs (Hamilton, Europe and the Arab world, p.48). - (Slightly dampstained and age-browned, part two bound before part one). Atabey Collection. 977; Blackmer Collection 1335 (ed. of 1565); Apponyi 1790; Weber 139; Göllner 1005; Angus O’Neill, Koç Collection, 15. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Gert Jan Bestebreurtje Rare Books (ILAB) [Vianen, Netherlands]
2019-05-21 17:12:30
Fabricius, Georg
Basileae [Basel], Per Ionnem Oporinum [Johannes Oporin]. 1560 Georg Fabricius: Poematum Sacrorum Libri Xv. Bracelet Cette fiche produit a été automatiquement traduite. Si vous avez des questions, n'hésitez pas à nous contacter. Détails de l'article Georgii Fabricii Chemnicensis Poematum Sacrorum Libri XV. Quorum Catalogum uersa pagina reperies. Fabricius, Georg: Basileae [Bâle], Per Ionnem Oporinum [Johannes Oporin], 1560. 655, [1] pages avec les initiales des bijoux. Octave (12 x 7,5 cm). Bracelet en cuir de l'époque sur cinq frettes avec des bijoux en relief floral et ornemental et une section rouge délavée. Langue: Latin Numéro de commande: 10001 Remarques: * Colophon: "Basileae, ex officina Ioannis Oporini, anno salutis humanae MDLX. Mense Februario."- Hermann Wiegand écrit dans le lexique littéraire de Killy (3, p. 321):" Fabricius (en fait G. Goldschmidt, né en 1516 à Chemnitz, décédé en 1571 à Meissen) est important pour l'histoire de la littérature néo-latine en tant qu'innovateur d'un formellement à Horace, cependant aussi la poésie de l'ode, de l'hymne et de l'élégie basée sur les modèles de langage et de style de l'antiquité chrétienne tardive. Il rejette par programme l'adoption généralisée de la mythologie païenne dans la poésie néo-latine. Issu d'un «Ad Deum Omnipotentem odarum liber inhab», l'édition collective de sa poésie spirituelle dans les 25 livres de «Poemata sacra» offre un Spektrum d'homologues de la poésie lyrique ancienne ». VD16 F 337. - Couverture un peu frottée, sur la couverture intérieure et la page de titre plusieurs notes de propriété et not … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2019-05-03 11:33:54
1560. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Indagine, Johannes (J. von Hagen). Introductiones apotelesmaticae elegantes, in chyromantiam, physiognomiam, astrologiam naturalem, complexiones hominum, naturas planetarum, cum periaxiomatibus de faciebus signorum, & canonibus de aegritudinibus, nusquam fere simili tractata compendio. Frankfurt, David Zöpffel, um 1560. circa 15,5 x 10,5 cm. 144 Blatt (das letzte weiss), mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten Pergament d. 19. Jh. - VD 16, R 3113. Adams I, 89; Cantamessa, II, 3889, Anm. Sechster Druck dieser Sammlung kurioser Traktate zu verschiedenen okkulten Wissenschaften wie Handlesekunst, Wahrsagen aus Gesichtszügen, Astrologie etc. von Johannes Indagine (um 1467-1537; eigentlich Johannes von Hagen, auch Johannes Rosenbach). "Überregionale Bedeutung gewann Indagine auf dem Gebiet der damals ebenso modischen wie umstrittenen Astrologie sowie auf den damit verwandten Feldern der Chiromantie und Physiognomie. Er beriet u. a. die Kurfürsten von Mainz und Brandenburg vor der Kaiserwahl 1519, und es scheint, daß seine Horoskope eine Verschiebung des Wahltermins mitbewirkt haben. Die möglicherweise erstrebte Stelle eines Hofastrologen bei Karl V. hat er nicht erreicht. 1522 veröffentlichte Indagine seine 'Introductiones apotelesmaticae'... Dieses bis in das ausgehende 17. Jh. trotz päpstlicher Indizierung häufig nachgedruckte Werk mit dem von Hans Baldung Grien angefertigten Porträt Indagines auf dem Titelblatt und den veranschaulichenden Holzschnitten Hans Wechtlins im Innern hat im Deutschland der frühen Neuzeit wesentlichen Anteil an der Verb … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-04-29 02:55:21
CIEZA DE LEON, Pedro, and LOPEZ DE GOMARA, Francisco
1560 and 1557., Venice. The rare works of Cieza de Leon and Gomara bound in one volume 4to., 2 works in 1 vol. (155 by 100mm), title [16], 216, [2] pages, one fold out woodcut map, [together with], title [32], 324 pages, contemporary vellum, rubbed, with traces of marbled paper, title in manuscript to spine. This volume contains two famous accounts of Spanish adventures in the New World. The first, by Pedro Cieza de León (1520-1554) is the work he wrote after returning from the New World, 'La Prima Parte dell'historie del Peru', first published in 1553. Cieza de Leon had become a conquistador after seeing Hernanda Pizarro return from the Indies laden with treasure as a boy, and participated in several campaigns in present-day Colombia and Lima. He was the first historian to write a global history of the Andes. His work describes military campaigns against rebellious natives, expeditions to make contacts with remote rulers supposedly possessed of enormous wealth, and the everyday hardships of life in South America. He often used native informants, and picked up local habits quickly: he describes making a breastplate out of tapir skin. The second, by Francisco López de Gómara (c.1511-c.1566), a Spanish historian, was first published in 1553. López de Gómara was not a conquistador, but had direct access to Hernán Cortés and the other explorers returning from the New World. He compiled their accounts into a general history of Spanish activity in the area, albeit one which emphasised the role of Cortés. Of particular interest is the map in López de Gómara's work of the Americas, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books NY LLC [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2019-04-28 12:33:23
1560. commentario rum in genealogiam Austriacam libri duo Geschichte der Habsburger von Ihren Anfängen bis zum Tode von Kaiser Karl V. verfasst von Wolfgang Lazius gedruckt mit kaiserlichem, zehnjährigem Privileg zu Basel von Johannes Oporinus und Nikolaus Episcopius um 1560 / 1564 Dieses Exemplar wurde vom Chefrestaurator einer Landesbibliothek neu gebunden/restauriert Meines Wissens gibt es dieses Buch nur in ein paar Landesbibliotheken und Universitätsbibliotheken Außerdem im neuen Schuber Privatverkauf ohne Garantie.
Bookseller: ludwigdersechzehnte [München, DE]
2019-04-28 07:44:11
Luca Contile
1560 FIRST EDITION 16th century Appresso F. Sansovino, Le rime di Messer Luca Contile divise. In incredible condition considering the age. Binding is completely intact. No missing pages. Please see all photos and ask any questions before bidding. Appresso F. Sansovino, et compagni, Venice, 1560. Vellum. Condition: Good. It is a lovely book of "love poems in three parts, in the style ofPetrarch, by the renowned playwright, poet, historian, diplomat andpolygraph, Luca Contile, with commentary to the first part byFranciscus Patricius and to the second and third by Antonio Borghesi,followed by the second printing of his poem 'Le sei sorelle di Marte". [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: kellyscloset18 [Rapid City, South Dakota, US]
2019-04-28 06:52:59
STÖFFLER (Johannes)
? Paris, chez Guillaume Cavellat. À Paris, chez Guillaume Cavellat, 1560 [6 avril], in-8, [20]-222-[2] ff, 1 tabl. (sur 2), basane havane du XVIIe siècle, Avec un (sur deux) tableau dépliant donnant la "Table des conversions des degrez de la longitude en degrez de l'Equinoctial" (ff. 134-135). Sans la "Table des méridionales altitudes du Soleil" (ff. 88-89) ; bien complet, en revanche, du feuillet final portant la marque typographique du libraire-imprimeur "À la poule grasse". Certaines figures comportent des extensions repliées (voir plus bas). Première édition française, très rare, donnée par le poète et savant Jean-Pierre de Mesmes de Roissy (1516-1578 ?), de l'important traité du professeur d'astronomie Johannes Stöffler (ou Stoeffler, 1452-1531), Elucidatio fabricae ususque Astrolabii (Oppenheim, Jacob Koebel) paru en 1512-1513 chez Jacob Koebel à Oppenheim au format in-folio. Elle est issue des presses de l'éditeur scientifique Guillaume Cavellat, installé depuis 1547 "à l'enseigne de la Poule grasse". Cavellat avait donné précédemment, en 1553, une édition latine du même texte, dans un format in-8 jugé plus commode ; s'étant trouvé alors dans l'obligation de réduire les figures sans nuire à l'illustration, il avait fait appel à l'astronome et mathématicien Guillaume des Bordes pour redessiner les bois. Ces derniers ont été remployés pour la présente édition. Notons que sur notre exemplaire, la date de 1560 est imprimée sur le titre, tandis qu'elle ne figure pas sur d'autres exemplaires, qui portent le même achevé d'imprimer du 6 avril 1560 ; nous pouvons ainsi penser … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux [FR]
2019-04-26 14:32:56
Original from 1560. It seems that there are several books bound together (salmi, ode, rime) . First page have some damage and rest in super condition Bernardo Tasso, born in Venezia, was an Italian courtier and poet. He was, for many years, secretary in the service of the prince of Salerno, and his wife Porzia de Rossi was closely connected with the most illustrious Neapolitan families. Their son, the great poet Torquato Tasso, was born at Sorrento in 1544.
Bookseller: samoborac2010 [SAMOBOR, CROATIA, HR]
2019-04-26 14:19:58
MAURITS, Prince of Orange].
, . . Atlas van Stolk 1560; Muller, Historieplaten 1479. Popular allegorical print on the failed attempt to assassinate Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange, in 1623. The portraits of the conspirators, who were all Arminians, are displayed on a decapitated snake. The body of the dead snake encircles two trees, the felled tree of Arminianism, with Deceit cleaving to its trunk, and the Orange tree flanked by Religion and Justice and protected by divine light. At the left in the picture, the heads of the conspirators are displayed on pikes around the gallows.A heated theological and political conflict had raged in the Low Countries between the Arminians (from 1610 also called Remonstrants) and Gomarists for more than a decade when it came to a head with the Synod of Dort (1618/19), which decided in favour of the Gomarists. The Synod led to the 1619 execution of the Republic's greatest statesman Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, who had supported the Arminian cause. In revenge his sons Reinier and Willem conspired to assassinate the (Gomarist) Dutch stadholder Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Other prominent members of Dutch society who had political, religious or personal grudges against the Prince lent their support. The plot was betrayed in February 1623, and the conspirators arrested and executed from March to May. Some unobtrusively restored tears, but otherwise in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2019-04-21 20:44:28
MARGUERITE d' ANGOULEME , Queen Consort of Navarre
Title within a woodcut frame, woodcut initials. 4to (210 x 147mm.) [4], 212 [=210, ff.193 & 194 omitted], [2]ff. 20th-century dark maroon niger morocco janse´niste by the binder Auguste Bernasconi (1879-1967), maroon morocco doublures, silk liners, gilt edges, in slip-case. Paris: B. Prevost, 1560.
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-04-17 11:44:50
ALTHAMER, Andreas:
Bautzen, Wolrab, 1560. [8], 236, [43] Bll. : Titelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdr. IA 103.947. VD 16 A 2020. - Etwa vierzehnte Ausgabe (erste Ausgabe Nürnberg 1530) des Hauptwerkes des Ansbacher Humanisten und Reformators (um 1500-1539). Wirkte ab 1528 als Pfarrer in Ansbach, wo er sich um die Neuordnung des Klosterwesens verdient machte und die "Göttlichen Missbräuche" abschaffte, übte großen Einfluss auf Markgraf Georg aus. - Notiz von alter Hand auf Innendeckel und Vorsatz, schönes Expl. la Gewicht in Gramm: 1000 8°, Geprägtes Schweinsleder der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln, handschr. Rückentitel, 2 funktionierende Metallschließen [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Werner Steinbeiß [München, Germany]
2019-04-16 09:11:28
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612
Custos Dominicus, 1560-1612. Kaiser Karl V, anno 1603, Custos/Schrenck von Notzing "Carolus V. Austriacus Romanorum" Kupferstich von (Dominicus Custos) nach (Giovanni Battista Fontana), Insbruck 1603 Blattgröße: ca. 46 x 32,5 cm Ansicht: ca. 42 x 29 cm aus dem Werk "Augustissimorum imperatorum serenissimorum regum atque archiducum illustrissimorum principum nec non comitum, baronum, nobilium aliorumque clarissimorum virorum" von Jakob Schrenck von Notzing, Insbruck 1603 Karl V. (* 24. Februar 1500 in Gent 21. September 1558 im Kloster San Jerónimo de Yuste, Extremadura) aus dem Hause Habsburg war von 1516 an König Karl I. von Spanien (spanisch Carlos I). Er wurde im Jahre 1519 zum römisch-deutschen König gewählt nach seiner Krönung im Jahre 1520 nannte er sich erwählter Kaiser des Heiligen Römischen Reiches (HRR). Im Jahre 1530 wurde er offiziell, als letzter römisch-deutscher Herrscher, durch Papst Clemens VII. in Bologna zum Kaiser gekrönt. Am 23. August 1556 verzichtete er zugunsten seines Sohnes Philipp II. auf den spanischen Thron und zugunsten seines Bruders Ferdinand I. auf die Kaiserwürde. - leicht gebräunt, etwas fleckig, geklebter Einriss - aus: Jacob Schrenck von Notzing "Der aller Durchleuchtigisten und Grossmächtigen Kayser...", 1603 Custos, Dominikus. Schrenck von Notzing, - Der Allerdurchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Kayser, Durchleuchtigsten und Großmächtigsten Königen und Ertzherzogen, Fürsten und Grafen...... Erste Ausgabe des sog. Heldenbuches. Die prachtvolle und berühmte Kupferstichfolge über die Ambraser Rüstkammer ( Sammlung Erzherzog Fer … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat [Germany]
2019-04-11 16:44:48
MARGUERITE d' ANGOULEME , Queen Consort of Navarre
1560. Title within a woodcut frame, woodcut initials. 4to (210 x 147mm.) [4], 212 [=210, ff.193 & 194 omitted], [2]ff. 20th-century dark maroon niger morocco janse niste by the binder Auguste Bernasconi (1879-1967), maroon morocco doublures, silk liners, gilt edges, in slip-case. Paris: B. Prevost, 1560. The Heptameron (a name created by the editor Gruget from the Decameron of Boccaccio) is by the sister of Franc ois I of France, the ?first lady? of French literature, and a woman of strong religious beliefs, some of them akin to Protestantism, Marguerite d?Angoule^me (1492- 1549). In 1527 she married for a second time Henri d?Albret and became queen of Navarre (her grandson was Henri V). Distinguished for her piety, and the author of a number of works in different genres, these stories are all true; her concern was ?dire verite ? The work is divided into 8 days, all except the last (which has two) having ten short stories or nouvelles. She shows herself aware of contemporary happenings, such as the murder of Alessandro de Medici (1537) and the expedition to Canada of Jean Franc ois Roberval recounted in the seventh nouvelle (Cc1-2) - ?Roberval feit un voyage sur la mer. en l?isle de Canadas, auquel lieu auoit delibere , si l?air du pays eust este commode.? The 4to edition edited by Gruget rst appeared in 1559 (colophon dated 7 April), and containing 72 ?nouvelles? (the first edition had only 67). This was an e dition partage e, with various names sometimes appearing in the imprint, including that of Eloi Gibier at Orle ans. This 1560 edition is an exact reprint down to the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-04-07 15:29:47
Philipp Melanchthon
Leipzig: Ernesti Voegelini Constantiensis, 1560. First edition of Melanchthon's last work, published just three months before his death; folio, 2°, 20 p. + 982 p., in Latin, 1st edition... complete and in very good condition; Newly rebound. Amazing leather binding with gilted gold tooled lettering and ornate embossing...binding secure and sound...Title page with a copperplate print...crisp, bright pages, very little foxing, some soiling to beginning and latter pages... index pages at rear have been repaired. 1560 Corpus Doctrinae Christianae The Body of Christian Doctrine Printed by Ernesti Voegelini Constantiensis, Leipzig, 1560 "Corpus Doctrinae Christianae. Quae est summa orthodoxi et catholici dogmatis, complectens doctrinam puram & veram Evangelij Iesu Christi secundum divina Prophetarum & Apostolorum scripta, aliquot libris fideli ac pio studio explicata, a Reverendo viro D. Philippo Melanthone. Nunc edita ad usum Ecclesiae Sanctae publicum et privatum (...). Lipsiae. Cum Gratia & Privilego ad decennium. Anno MDLX." The body of Christian doctrine. What is the most orthodox and Catholic dogma, embracing a doctrine of pure and true Evangelij of Jesus Christ according to the divine prophets and apostles written several books and a faithful and devoted study developed by the revered husband, Philip Melancthon. Now issued for public and private use of the Holy (...). Leipzig. When Grace & privilege for a decade. Anno MDLX Size: Folio, 2°, 20 p. + 982 p., in Latin, 1st edition Condition Report: First edition of Melanchthon's last work, published just three months before his … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books of Truth [Westminster, CO, U.S.A.]
2019-04-07 01:11:33
EUTROPE
Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris): 1560. EUTROPE - Breviarium historiae romanae. Pauli Diaconi de gestis romanorum libri octo ad Eutropij historiam additi EUTROPE Breviarium historiae romanae. Pauli Diaconi de gestis romanorum libri octo ad Eutropij historiam additi apud Hyeronimum de Marnef, sub Pelicano, Lutetiae Parisiorum [Parisiis] (Paris) 1560, Un Vol. in 16 (7,5x12cm), 259pp.(1bc) (36), relié. 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. Historiog … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-04-06 22:22:42
Terentivs Afer
Lugduni : apud Mathiam Bonhome, 1560. Latin Greek and and French.[18],532 pp. (Page 532 incorrectly numbered 332). 22 cm. Greek text, with French translation. Title-page with vignette. Two owner's entries in old hand on title-page. Vellum wrinkled & sl. soiled. Good, complete copy. - Augmented edition, published in the same year as the text, edited with new notes & French translation of the comedies of Terentius by Pierre Davantes (1525-1561), called Antesignanus, a French humanist living in Lyon and Genève. Condition : very good copy. Ancient ex Libris. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2019-04-03 14:57:39
Plutarch
Lugduni, Apud Matthiam Bonhomme, Sub Claua Aurea [Lyon: Mathieu B, 1560. Condition: Gut. Plutarchi Chaeronei Historici ac Philosophi Gravissimi, Graecorum, Romanorumque illustrium vitae. Ab authore primum Graece conscripta: postea vero a doctissimis hominibus Latinae factae nunc tandem ab eruditissimis aliquot viris summa cura atque diligentia ab innumeris mendis, quibus aeque & Graecum exemplar, & Latina translatio scatebant, recognita & collatae. von Plutarch: Autor(en) Plutarch:Verlag / Jahr Lugduni, Apud Matthiam Bonhomme, Sub Claua Aurea [Lyon: Mathieu Bonhomme] 1560.Format / Einband 8° (17,5 - 22,5 cm). Flexibler Pergamentumschlag der Zeit mit überstehenden, gefalzten Vorderkanten. 919 Seiten, (136) Seiten Index. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titelblatt sowie holzgeschnittenem Kopfstück und zahlreichen Holzschnittinitialen.Sprache LateinischGewicht ca. 1050 gBestell-Nr 5055046Bemerkungen Pettegree/Walsby, French Books VI, 83403. - Gültlingen VIII, 273. - Sehr seltene Lyonnaiser Ausgabe, absolut druckidentisch mit der Ausgabe bei Antoine Vincent aus demselben Jahr (vgl. Gültlingen VII, 352; Fingerprint-Vergleich mit dem inkompletten Exemplar der Forschungsbibliothek Gotha), offenbar als sog. "édition partagée" zu Beginn der französischen Plutarch-Renaissance erschienen. Unser vorliegendes Exemplar mit dem Druckvermerk und der -vignette Bonhommes nicht bei Baudrier, Adams und im BMGC. Die Ausgabe bei Vincent mit dessen Druckermarke bei Adams P1617. - Der dünne, ungefütterte Pergamentumschlag berieben und stellenweise etwas fleckig, an den durchgezogenen Pergamentbünden vom B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bibliotheca-Theologica (bibliotheca-theologica_de) [Kirchhain, DE]
2019-04-01 11:45:09
MACROBE) MACROBIUS, Ambrosius Theodosius.
Lyon, Héritiers de Sébastien Gryphe, 1560. In 16 de 745pp.-112pp. (index)-2 ff., reliure en plein vélin souple de l'époque, dos légèrement sali, rousseurs éparses, feuillet 14 rogné par un rongeur atteignant très légèrement le texte sans gravité, trois derniers feuillets de l'index avec manque de papier à l'angle supérieur droit, touchant légèrement le texte, petite altération de certains mots, quelques petites mouillures aux premiers feuillets dans les parties inférieures internes, sans gravité, bel exemplaire. Edition faite sur la recension de J. Camerarius, publiée pour la première fois à Bâle en 1535, plusieurs fois elle fut imprimée par les éditeurs Gryphe de Lyon durant le XVIème siècle. Elle regroupe les deux principaux ouvrages de ce grammairien et encyclopédiste du Vème siècle après Jésus Christ, d'une part les ''Saturnales'' et ses commentaires sur le ''Songe de Scipion'' de Cicéron. Ce dernier texte est rédigé sous forme encyclopédique, résumant les principales connaissances que possédaient les anciens, en particulier dans les matières telles que l'astronomie, la forme et l'immobilité de la terre placée au centre du monde, le mouvement des planètes et des étoiles, l'harmonie des sphères, la théorie pythagoricienne des nombres, la Métaphysique, l'immortalité de l'âme. ''Les Saturnales'' se déroulent sous forme dialogiques exposant les matières les plus diverses, imitant ''Le Banquet'' de Platon. Cet ouvrage à caractère pédagogique était à l'origine destiné au fils de Macrobe, nous apportant de précieux renseignements sur les usages et les connaissances des anciens … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Scritti [Paris, France]
2019-03-30 15:22:32
Philipp Melanchthon
Lipsiae: cum gratia & privilegio ad decennium in officina M. Ernesti, 1560. First edition of Melanchthon's last work, published just three months before his death; folio, pp. [20], 982; large woodcut vignette on title-p., 8-, 7-, and 6-line historiated woodcut initials, dampstains in the fore-margins of the first 5 and top and fore-margins of the last 8 leaves, small clipped ownership signature at the lower outer corner of the title-p. (remaining on 3 lines are the letters "Emp / man / ar"); contemporary blindstamped pigskin, vellum label on spine titled in ink; the whole worn and soiled, lacking both clasps, turn-ins curled; in all, a good, sound copy, This copy extensively annotated on approximately 240 pages in at least two distinct hands (about one-third very heavily annotated), in red and black ink, endpapers also with extensive ink notations, the front pastedown with the ownership signature of "Jo. Caspar Reuchlin D., 1752" (likely one of the annotators). Many of the annotations are earlier, likely dating from the 17th century. Sections in the book extensively marked includ De Deo, De Filio, De Creatione, De Peccato Originis, De Evangelio, De Vocabulo Fidei, De Praemiis, De Loge Morali, De Libero Arbitrio, De Iustificatione, De Bonis Operibus, and De Ecclesia. Reuchlin is the author of Dissertatio academica de historica Christiana Romanorum poetarum testimoniis illustrata, Strasbourg, 1750. Not in Adams; BM-STC German, p. 610; Graesse IV, p. 469. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-03-23 00:14:30
1560. commentario rum in genealogiam Austriacam libri duo Geschichte der Habsburger von Ihren Anfängen bis zum Tode von Kaiser Karl V. verfasst von Wolfgang Lazius gedruckt mit kaiserlichem, zehnjährigem Privileg zu Basel von Johannes Oporinus und Nikolaus Episcopius um 1560 / 1564 Dieses Exemplar wurde vom Chefrestaurator einer Landesbibliothek neu gebunden/restauriert Meines Wissens gibt es dieses Buch nur in ein paar Landesbibliotheken und Universitätsbibliotheken Außerdem im neuen Schuber Privatverkauf ohne Garantie.
Bookseller: ludwigdersechzehnte [München, DE]
2019-03-22 07:28:14
Matthias Flacius
Basel: Oporinum. Please view item description for details. Magdeburg Centuries Original 1560 Lutheran Protestant Church History Magdeburg Centuries Ecclesiastica Historia Integram Ecclesiae Christi Ideam... *** By Matthias Flacius; Johannes Oporinus In Latin language. *** The Magdeburg Centuries is an ecclesiastical history, divided into thirteen centuries. This catholic encyclopedia covers 300 years of history, ending in 1298. It was compiled by several Lutheran scholars in Magdeburg, known as the Centuriators of Magdeburg. It was first published from 1559 to 1574. The originator of the idea and the moving spirit of the organization was Matthias Vlacich (Latinized Flacius). He was born in region of Istria, nowadays Croatia. The second edition of first three three folio volumes of the work appeared in 1559 at Basel. Extremely rare edition, no copy found for sale on Web or any major auction houses. The edition is also specific for its numeration. It represents a non-traditional folio with double page numbering. This work represents the first great Protestant work on Church History. Also, it was the first modern attempt to illustrate the history of the Church. However, it was written upon a scale which has scarcely been exceeded. The composition One of its most remarkable features is the elaborate classification. Each century is treated separately, in sixteen heads or chapters. The first of these gives a general view of the history of the century; then follows, 2. The extent and propagation of the Church; 3. Persecution and tranquillity of the Church; 4. Doctrine; 5. Heresies … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sigedon Ars Memoriae (sigedon) [Belgrade, CustomCode]
2019-03-22 02:55:20
London: 1560. SLEIDANUS, Johannes: John Sleidan Famouse Cronicle of Oure Time called Sleidanes Commentaries, concerning the state of religion and common wealth, during the raigne of the Emperour Charles the fift, with the argumentes set before euery booke, conteyninge the summe or effecte of the booke following. Translated out of Latin into Englishe, by Ihon Daus. Here vnto is added also an apology of the authoure. London John Daye for Abraham Veale, and Nicholas England 1560 First edition in English.. Folio in sixes (10 1/2 x 7 1/8 inches; [267 x 182 mm[). Lacks Title Ai and prelims Aii&iii; Aiiii & Av marginal tears; Bi marginal tear with loss of few words; 473 folios then table missing QQqi. Colophon dated 25th September 1560 Some worm holes near the end Bound in contemporary calf with heavy oak boards with some ancient worn holes and blind tooling. Very neatly and professionally re-backed with label. Johannes Sleidanus (1506-66) was born in Schleidan, Luxembourg and studied ancient languages and literatures at Liege and Cologne, and law and jurisprudence at Paris and Orleans. At Lieges he has encountered humanist scholars and developed an interest in Protestant ideas. After his studies, he became the tutor of a young nobleman whom he accompanied to France where his friend Jean Sturm, ardent promoter of the Reformation, taught Greek and Latin.Through the latter, he put himself at the service of Cardinal Jean Du Bellay, who charged him with his German correspondence, and then King Francis I employed him in various negotiations. He was appointed historian of the Reformatio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: egertonian [Rochester, GB]
2019-03-21 16:11:13
ALUNNO, Francesco
1560. Artikeldetails 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. ALUNNO, Francesco. 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. Bestell-Nr: 2969-11 Bemerkungen: 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) Schlagworte: Alte Drucke, SprachwissenschaftEUR 760,79 (inkl. 10,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-14).
Bookseller: Burgverlag Rare Books and Prints (antiquariat1epj) [Wien, AT]
2019-03-18 23:44:48
SIMEONI, Gabriele (1509 - 1575). Florentine humanist, poet, historian and astrologer.
Lyon Guillaume Rouillé. FIRST EDITION 1560. 4to, approximately 200 x 150 mm, 7¾ x 6 inches, Italian text, woodcut printer's device on title page, large folding circular woodcut map of Limagne, Auvergne, 1 full page illustration and 58 woodcut illustrations in the text, 46 are medallions, finely bound in modern red crushed morocco gilt by J. Haines, gilt lettering and decoration to spine with date at foot, upper and lower covers with central gilt crescent and star motif with gilt decorated frame, all edges gilt, decorated inner dentelles, binder's name at first inner bottom edge. Two binding creases on first few leaves and on a few at rear, browning to varying degrees throughout, heavy on some pages, a few pages unevenly browned (see attached image), all text legible, old ink stamp at bottom of title page, occasional old ink underlining, engraved bookplate to first pastedown, occasional small old ink spot, no loss to text, otherwise a good copy with the very early map. Produced as a second part to Simeoni's Le sententiose impresi though also issued separately. Some of the woodcuts are attributed to Pierre Eskrich, and were previously used in Rouillé's edition of Du Choul. The map, the earliest to depict a region of France in detail, purports to show the site of the famous battle of Caesar against Vercingetorix, based on Simeoni's careful researches into the episode in Caesar's Gallic Wars. It supplies a precious document on 16th century Auvergne, its towns, chateaux and churches. See: Ruth Mortimer, Harvard Library of French 16th Century Books, Volume 2, page 611, No. 498; B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-03-15 14:55:17
Levi ben Gershom (Ralbag)
Milchamot haShem, 1560, Riva. Author: Levi ben Gershom (Ralbag). Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. Language: Hebrew [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
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