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2019-08-17 08:22:08
1562. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Ignatius von Antiochien, Ignatius Antiochenus. Epistolai (graece). Epistolae. Paris, Guillaume Morel, 1562. 8°, circa 17,5 x 11,5 cm. 2 Bll., 156 SS., mit Druckermarke Pappband des 19. Jh. - Nicht bei Adams (vgl. I 31-33); Hoffmann II, 533: "Haec editio ab ea, quae anno 1558 publicata est, differt". Elegante rein griechische Ausgabe der Briefe des Bischofs von Antiochia, der wohl im 2. Jahrhundert lebte, über dessen Lebensumstände jedoch nur sehr wenig überliefert ist. Von den zwölf hier abgedruckten Episteln sind nach heutigem Forschungsstand höchstens sieben authentisch. Am Ende ein Nachwort des Verlegers Morel in lateinischer Sprache mit einigen Lesarten. - "Große Bedeutung besitzt Ignatius, weil er in seinen Briefen die besondere Stellung des Bischofs in der christlichen Gemeinde betont. Er ist deshalb ein wichtiger Gewährsmann für die Kirchen katholischer, altorientalischer, orthodoxer und anglikanischer Tradition, die übereinstimmend die Einsetzung des Bischofsamtes durch Christus selbst lehren. Es gibt freilich aus der Zeit nach Ignatius noch Texte, die sich so deuten lassen, dass die Diakone und Presbyter mit dem Bischof gleichberechtigt waren. In seinen Briefen warnt Ignatius vor Irrlehren, namentlich vor judaisierenden Tendenzen und vor dem Doketismus. Bedeutsam ist weiter, dass Ignatius als erster in der christlichen Literatur der Kirche das Adjektiv „katholisch", das heißt „allumfassend" zuordnet. „Wo Christus ist, dort ist die katholische Kirche." (Brief an die Smyrnäer 8,2)" (Wikipedia). - Titel mit hübscher Druckermarke: e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-08-14 22:43:51
1562. PLATINA (Bartolomeo) Bap. Platinae, cremonensis, opus de vitis ac gestis summorum pontificum... Coloniae , Apud Maternum Cholinum, 1562. In-folio, reliure ancienne pleine peau de mouton retournee "chamoisee", dos a 5 nerfs, grande composition gouachee en bleu, rouge et or sur le premier plat representant St Pierre en pied devant une banderole sur laquelle on lit "Tu es Petrus", 10ff.-385pp.-98pp.-13ff., lettrines historiees, qqs notes manuscrites marginale de l'epoque Un nerf decouvert, coiffe inf. frottee, coins inf. emousses, departs de fente de qqs cm au mors sup., mouillure clair marginale sur les 10 premiers ff., bonne condition. Bon etat Bonne edition, bien, imprimee, continuee jusqu'a Pie IV et dans laquelle on trouve six autres oeuvres qui forment une source precieuse de l'histoire de l'eglise. Premiere edition Panvinio de La vie des papes de Platina, Panvinio (1530? - 68), grand erudit augustin, a commente et actualise l'histoire papale jusqu'en 1560. Bartolomeo Platina (ne Sacchi, 1421? - 81) etait un membre eminent de la communaute humaniste de Rome et bibliothecaire du Vatican. La premiere edition parue en 1475 sous le titre "Liber de vita christi ac omnium pontificum". Texte en latin, imprime en romain divise en sections pour chaque pape. POIDS:1500GR #REF:563364 / 139C.
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE LE TRAIT D'UNION (letraitdunion) [10000, FR]
2019-08-13 18:09:42
Weidner, Paulus
Vienna Hofhalter 1562. Weidner von Billerburg, Paulus (1525-1562). ("Loca praecipua fidei christianae . explicata. Nunc autem recognita ."). Vienna: Hösch, 1562. 2nd ed. 8vo. (32 - instead of 40), 630, (24) p. Bound with: Weidner. "Ein Sermon durch Paulum Weidner der Ertzney Doctoren, und . Hebraischer sprachen Professoren: den Juden zu Prag Anno M.D.LXI. . in irer Synagoga geprediget: . etliche Personen zum Christlichen glauben bekert worden". Vienna: Hofhalter, 1562. First ed. (132) p. 2 books in one binding. Text in Latin, Hebrew and German. Orig. laether binding from the time. Paulus Weidner von Billerburg, actually Asher Judah ben Nathan Ashkenazi (1525-1585), was a Jewish convert, doctor and rector of the University of Vienna. - First 8 pages of the 1st book (title and dedication) missing (were not bound). The margins of the first 50 leaves added (without a loss of text). - Rare! [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antikvariat Krenek [Prag, Czech Republic]
2019-08-09 14:57:17
Johannes van DOETECUM (Attivo tra il 1554 - 1606)
Acquaforte, 1562 ca, senza data e firma. Primo stato di due, avanti il numerale. Magnifico esemplare, impresso su carta vergata coeva, con filigrana, ampi margini bianchi, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Veduta a volo d'uccello di una città con una strada che parte in basso a destra e sale verso una collina in alto a sinistra. La tavola appartiene a una serie di 28 piccole vedute prospettiche architettoniche incise da Johannes van Doetecum da disegni di Hans Vredeman de Vries. La prima edizione della serie, pubblicata ad Anversa da Hieronymus Cock nel 1562, non ha un frontespizio con un titolo, ma si apre con la pagina di dedica al cardinale Antoine Perrenot de Granvelle. Theodor Galle ne curò una prima ristampa nel 1601. con il titolo "Variae architecturae formae...", seguita subito dopo (probabilmente nello stesso anno) da un'altra edizione, con le tavole numerate 21-49, in quanto parte di una pubblicazione di 49 tavole. Una quarta edizione fu curata da Johannes Galle, intorno al 1636-1640 circa. Etching, 1562 circa, unlettered. First state, before numbering. Good example, printed on the contemporary laid watermaked paper, white margins, very good conditions. Bird's-eye view of a town with a street going up hill from bottom right to top left. This plate belongs to a set of twenty eight plates showing small architectural perspective views engraved by J.van Doetecum after designs by Hans Vredeman de Vries, and the dedication plate to Atoine Perrenot, cardinal Granvelle. Drawing in reverse, signed and dated 1561, right half traced for transfer, in Berlin (KB, Hdz 1195). Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-09 04:44:35
Johannes van DOETECUM (Attivo tra il 1554 - 1606)
Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1562. Della serie Paesaggi con scene di villaggi, da disegni di Hans Bol. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due, con il numero 9 aggiunto. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "scudo con stemma", rifilata al rame o con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La serie consta di 12 paesaggi, tutti tratti da disegni di Bol. Pubblicati per la prima volta da Hieronimus Cock ad Anversa, sono ristampati in seguito da Hendrick Hondius a L'Aia. Rara. "Etching with engraving, circa 1562. From the Landscapes with scenes of villages, after drawings by Hans Bol. Example In the second state of two, with the number 9 added. Beautiful proof, printed on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""shield with coat of arms"", trimmed to the copperplate or with thin margins, in excellent condition. The series consists of 12 landscapes, all taken from drawings of Bol. Published for the first time by Hieronymus Cock in Antwerp, are reprinted later by Hendrick Hondius in The Hague. Rare." Hollstein pp. 55/63, 229 II/II. Dimensioni 320x223.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-08-08 11:04:00
1562. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Euripides poeta, Tragicorum princeps, in Latinum sermonem conversus, adiecto e regione textu Graeco: cum annotationibus et praefationibus in omnes eius Tragoedias, autore Gasparo Stiblino. Accesserunt, Iacobi Micylli, De Euripidis vita... item De Tragoedia & eius partibus prolegomena (graece) quaedam. Item Ioannis Brodaei Turonensis Annotationes doctiss. nunquam antea in lucem editae.... Basel, Oporinus, 1562. Folio, circa 31,5 x 21,5 cm. 667 SS., 668-679 Spp., 1 Bl., 680-845 Spp., 12 Bll., mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel Pergament d. Zt. - VD16 E 4217; Griechischer Geist aus Basler Pressen 200; Hoffmann 2,69; Schweiger 1,115; Dibdin 1,528: "an indispensible volume to a critical collector of the works of this fascinating Greek tragedian, and ... the first in which a Latin version accompanies the Greek text". Grosse Gesamtausgabe, erstmals vollständig in griechisch-lateinischem Paralleldruck. "Bringt als erste eine lateinische Übersetzung sämtlicher nun bekannter Stücke, aus der Feder des Schlettstädter Gaspar Stiblinus ... Weiter enthält unsere Ausgabe zwei kürzere Texte des 1558 gestorbenen Heidelberger Gräzisten Jacobus Micyllus (Molsheym) zur Biographie des Euripides und zur Tragödie allgemein, sowie einen Kommentar (Annotationes) zu elf Stücken von Johannes Brodaeus (Brodeau) aus Tours" (Hieronymus). - Etwas gebräunt, teils leicht stockig, gegen Ende etwas wasserrandig, sonst jedoch meist recht sauber. Einband berieben und angestaubt, am vorderen Gelenk ist oben nur das Überzugspergament ewtas angeplatzt, aber solide, insgesamt gut er … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-08-06 10:55:56
Strabo.; Alfonso Bonacciuoli
Venice: Francesco Senese, 1562. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. [The first 10 books of Strabo's Geographica] First Italian ed (and first not in Latin). Strabo's work is considered to be the first work of political and ethical geography. The Italian humanist, Alfonso Bonacciuoli (of Ferrara), translated Stabo's work while under the patronage of the Gonzaga family. Small quarto. Bound in later, gilt-ruled calf. Var. B: [36], 220 [i.e. 200], [2] c. Typographical vignette on the title page of a female figure within an oval resting on a cornucopia. Damp staining, mostly to first few pages. Front board detaching. Refs: Adams S, 1909; STC Italian 648; Schweiger 305. Gamba 1663: "Quantunque siasi fatto questo volgarizzamento dal greco su testi imperfetti... e tenuto tuttavia in pregio, e s'ebbe anche de' nostri giorni dal celebre grecista Coray lode di fedelta...". <br> Octagonal armorial book plate of Thomas Falconer, "Vive ut viva." Book plate contains "an angel kneeling and praying between two boughs of laurel" engraved by T. Moring. Ref: Heraldic bookplates collected by David H Graham, and commissioned by people of surnames beginning with F. 1700-1800s.
Bookseller: Sequitur Books [Boonsboro, MD, U.S.A.]
2019-08-02 06:47:04
HOUILLIER
Paris: Jacques HOULLIER (1498-1562) Full vellum. Original Edition. Fully annotated book. Medical annotations on full pages. Probably for the second edition. 182 p, 103 p, 108 p; and index. Complete item. Very good. In-8. 1562. Paris. Extremely rare. Jacobi Hollerii Stampani, Medici parisiensis celeberrimi, De morborum internorum curatione, Liber I. Illustratus eruditissimis Ludovici Dureti rei medicae apud Parisios Regii Interpreti dignissimi Adversariis, opera Anto. Valetii Iunianensis selectis suisque locis digestis. Eiusdem Hollerii De Febribus, De Peste, De Remedis katà topous in Galeni libros, De Materia Chirurgica. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: actuarius [NANTES, Pays de la Loire, FR]
2019-07-30 22:24:40
Pierre WOEIRIOT (Neufchateau ou Damblain 1532 - Damblain dopo il 1596)
Bulino, avanti il 1562, privo di firma. Da un soggetto di Baldassarre Peruzzi. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due, con l'aggiunta dei versi in basso e della firma dell'editore Philippe Thomassin. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata con filigrana "Reverenda Camera Apostolica", irregolarmente rifilata al rame, in buono stato di conservazione. Pierre Woeiriot proviene da una famiglia di orefici della Lorena, e fu incisore al bulino e bronziere, molto influenzato dall'arte rinascimentale italiana. Egli incise diverse opere da disegni di artisti italiani; non è sicura la paternità del Peruzzi di questo soggetto, poiché nessun modello è oggi conosciuto. L'episodio raffigurato è narrato da Appiano, ambientato a Cartagine, anno 146 a. C. Scipione Emiliano, assediata la città, per risparmiare ulteriori sacrifici alle sue truppe, emana un bando che avrebbe accordato la salvezza a tutti coloro che si sarebbero arresi. Obbedirono in 50.000, con in testa Asdrubale. Colpita dalla viltà del gesto compiuto dal marito, la moglie di Asdrubale imprecò contro di lui e invocò la vendetta, poi estrasse un pugnale, uccise i figli e si gettò con loro nelle fiamme che i Romani aveva appiccato. Livio riporta l'episodio con qualche variante: la donna si butta tra le fiamme con i figli vivi. Ed è questa la versione seguita dall'incisore: la scena mostra infatti la donna nell'atto di lanciarsi tra le fiamme con in braccio i due figli ancora vivi e terrorizzati. Nell'Indice delle stampe della bottega De Rossi, tra le opere di Baldassare Peruzzi si cita proprio il titolo La moglie di Asdrubale ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 21:10:33
Ferrando BERTELLI (attivo a Venezia seconda metà del XVI secolo)
1562. "Rarissima carta geografica dell'isola edita a Venezia da Ferrando Bertelli. Magnifico esemplare, rifilato al rame e con margini coevi aggiunti, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Descrizione della mappa presa da Bifolco & Ronca ""CARTOGRAFIA RARA ITALIANA: XVI SECOLO L'ITALIA E I SUOI TERRITORI Catalogo Ragionato delle Carte a Stampa"" http://www.antiquarius-sb.com/cartografiarara.asp TITOLO & ISCRIZIONI Al centro dell'isola, la scritta Sardegna; in alto, a sinistra, in una targa, una breve descrizione della regione, la firma dello stampatore e la data, Sardinia jnsula inter africu[m] et tirrenum pelagus sita magnitudine 562 mil. pas: fertilis admodu[m] animaliuq varij generis abu[n]da[n]s metallis stagnis argentareijs fontibus salubris prestantissima. Fer. Ber. Exc. 1562. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro, con il nome dei venti Tramontana, Mezzo di, Levante, Ponente. Carta priva di graduazione ai margini e di scala grafica. NOTIZIE STORICO-CRITICHE La carta del Bertelli è una derivazione della carta del Gastaldi-Licinio stampata qualche anno prima. Rispetto a questa, non apporta novità dal punto di vista geo-cartografico. L'opera appartiene ad una serie di mappe delle isole del Mediterraneo occidentale (Sardegna, Corsica, Maiorca, Minorca) che Bertelli realizzò nel 1560 circa. È plausibile che il Camocio abbia usato la mappa, inserendola in una copia del suo Isolario. STATI & EDIZIONI Non sono note ristampe. BIBLIOGRAFIA & CENSIMENTO R. Almagià, Monumenta Italiae Cartographica, 1929, p. 22; R. Almagià, Monumenta Cartografica Vaticana, 1948, pp. 103, 42; F. Bo … [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, 1562 circa, firmato in lastra, in basso a sinistra BOL. IN. Più in basso, in corsivo, l'excudit Martini Petri excude. in insigni aurei fontis prope nouam bursam. Da un disegno di Francesco Primaticcio. Esemplare nel secondo stato, con l'excudit di Peeters aggiunto. Intorno al 1563, l'editore, stampatore e commerciante fiammingo Maarten Peeters, conosciuto anche con la forma latinizzata del suo nome, Martinus Petrus, pubblica tre incisioni, due delle quali dedicate al ciclo di Ulisse e corrispondenti a due dipinti nella Galleria di Ulisse di Fontainebleau: una lunga galleria affrescata con 48 episodi da Odisseo e i cui soffitti erano decorati con 93 affreschi di soggetti mitologici, probabilmente completata durante il regno di Enrico II. Potrebbe essere plausibile che Peeters intendesse pubblicare un ciclo di incisioni dalla Galleria di Ulisse, sebbene il progetto verrà realizzato solo nel 1633 dall'artista olandese Theodor van Thulden (1606 - 1669) che produsse una serie completa di stampe ricavate dagli affreschi di Ulisse, e che costituiscono le uniche immagini superstiti degli affreschi che andarono distrutti nell'incendio del 1739. Questa incisione che raffigura Odisseo dormiente adagiato sulle sponde di Itaca dai Feaci (Od. XIII, 96 - 104), deriva dal trentesimo affresco del ciclo perduto di Fontainebleau. Louis Dimier attribusce l'incisione a Philippe Galle, sulla base dello stile incisorio chiaramente vicino alla sua, nonostante l'incisione non sia presente in nessuna delle recenti monografie a Galle dedicate, e ne data la realizzazione intorno al 1562, anno … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-23 16:15:57
Giacomo GASTALDI (1500 circa - 1565 circa)
Incisione in rame, acquaforte e bulino, 1562, firmata e datata in lastra nel cartiglio al centro. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana "corona a 5 punte e stella a 6 punte" (simile a Woodward 264), con ampi margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Esemplare sconosciuto ai repertori, nel secondo stato di duue, con numerose correzioni nella lastra, e con il titolo aggiunto in alto Il Grande Ducado de Moscovia, databile al 1602. Titolo & iscrizioni: a destra al centro in una targa Nova Descripcione de la Moscovia per Giacomo gastaldo piamontese Cosmographo in venetia Anno. M.D.LXII IIII. Ferando Berteli exc. Carta di forma trapezioidale e negli spazi ai lati che rimangono vuoti per la forma della carta vengono raffigurati un cavaliere e armi da guerra. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome di due venti e due punti cardinali TRAMONTANA, OSTRO, ORIENTE, OCCIDENTE. Carta priva di scala grafica. Graduazione ai margini di grado in grado, va da 46° a 66° lat. e da 50 ° a 90° long. Acquaforte e bulino, mm 258x365. Notizie storico critiche: Pochi anni dopo la carta del Forlani-Camocio, a Venezia viene realizzata questa replica, pressochè identica, della carta della Russia. L'opera è sicuramente più diffusa della prima versione. Il secondo stato della lastra, sconosciuto a tutti i repertori consultati, reca il titolo in alto IL GRANDE DVCADO DE MOSCOVIA e l'aggiunta al centro di una città fortificata che presenta il toponimo Smolensco, nome italianizzato di Smolensk: proprio quest'ultima modifica della lastra consente di datarla intorno al 160 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-07-20 22:44:34
Nicole Gilles
Paris: * Ouvrage de très grande rareté. Magnifique édition de 1562, en 2 parties ou 2 volumes reliés ensemble, richement illustrée de belles gravures sur bois avec plusieurs tables généalogiques des rois de France. Le récit commence avec la Création, depuis Adam, avec plusieurs figures superbes, et se termine avec le règne du Roy François, deuxième du nom, couronné à Reims en 1559. A priori, il n'existe aucun autre exemplaire à la vente actuellement. Contenu remarquable d'un point de vue historique, avec un texte en français d'une grande beauté et clarté. * Volume 1 (page de titre manquante) LES Annales & Croniques de France depuis la destruction de Troye iusques au temps du Roy Louis onzième, iadis com- posées par feu maistre Nicole Gilles, en son vivant Secretaire & Indi- claire du Roy & Contreroleur de son Tresor. Imprimées nouvellement sur la correction du Signeur Denis Sau- vage de Fontenailles en Brie, & additionnées, selon les modernes Historiens, iusques à present. SIC LUCEAT LUX VESTRA * MAT 5 A PARIS Pour Iean Macé, Libraire Iuré de l'Université de Paris, demourant au Clos Bruneau, à l'Enseigne de l'Escu de Bretaigne. 1562. * Volume 2 (relié ensemble, à la suite du volume 1): LE SECOND VOLUME DES ANNALES ET CRO niques de France, contenant les choses DIGNES DE MEMOIRE, AVENUES DEPUIS LE COMMENCEMENT DU Regne du Roy Philippes de Vallois, sixiesme du nom, iusques au Roy Francoys, deuxième de ce nom, à pre- sent regnant. SIC LUCEAT LUX VESTRA * MAT 5 A PARIS. Pour Iean Macé, Libraire Iuré de l'Université de Paris, demourant au Clos Bruneau, à l'Enseigne de l'Escu de B … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: albereczki [Meaux, FR]
2019-07-17 21:44:44
Della Valle, Rol
1562. Roman Laws Concerning Dowry Della Valle, Rolando. Quaestiones CXI Perutiles, Quotidianaeque, Super Statuto de Lucro Dotis, Ad Communem Omnium Utilitatem Editae, Et Copiosissimo Indice Instructae. Venice: Apud Franciscum Bindonum, 1562. [lxiv], 349, [3] pp. Octavo (5-3/4" x 4"). Recent paper-covered boards, gilt-stamped calf lettering piece to spine. Light soiling, some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped. Moderate toning to text, light foxing in a few places, small faint stains to a few leaves, light soiling to title page. ,250. * Third edition. This humanistic treatise on the Roman marriage law concerning dowry by a noble and state official from Montferrat appears to have been a well-received book. First published in 1559, it went through four more editions, the last in 1567. All editions are scarce. OCLC locates 5 copies in North America, 2 in law libraries (Harvard, University of Minnesota), none of the third edition. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE16597.
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-07-17 15:45:00
Hyeronimi Cardani Gerolamo Cardano
Heinrich Petri. Basel, 1562. ONLY THE SECOND VOLUME, THE FIRST VOLUME CONTAINING THE SOMNIUM SYNESIORUM IS MISSING. THERE IS THE II VOLUME CONTAINING SMALL ESSAYS MOST OF WHICH WERE PRINTED FOR THE FIRST TIME, LIKE THE FAMOUS NERONIS ENCOMIUM, IN WHICH CARDANO PRAISES THE ROMAN EMPEROR. QVIBUS ACCEDUNT, EIVS-|dem haec etiam:| De Libris proprijs.| De Curationibus et Praedictionibus admirandis.| Neronis encomium.| Geometriae encomium.| De uno.| Actio in Thessalicum medicum.| De secretis.| De gemmis et coloribus.| Dialogus de Morte.| Dialogus de Humanis consiliis, Tetim inscriptus.| Item ad Somniorum libros pertinentia:| De minimis et propinquis.| De Summo bono.| Cum gratia et priuil. Caes. Maiest.| BASILEAE,| PER HEN-|ricum Petri.| [Colophon:] BASILEAE,| EX OFFICINA| HENRICI PETRI,| ANNO SA|lutis M.D.LXII. Mense| Septembri. Heinrich Petri. Basel: 1562. [19] cc., 413, [1] pp., [1] c. It Contains: De libris propriis De curationibus et praedictionibus admirandis Neronis encomium Geometriae encomium De uno Actio in Thessalicum medicum De secretis De gemmis et coloribus Dialogus Guglielmus seu de morte Dialogus Tetim seu de humanis consiliis De minimis et propinquis De summo bono, some yellowing, extreme rarity of this great set of works. 2 EX LIBRIS, OLD PERCHAMENT BINDING. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lascar Publishing Ltd. [Hong Kong, Hong Kong]
2019-07-17 06:40:06
HOUILLIER
Paris: Jacques HOULLIER (1498-1562) Full vellum. Original Edition. Fully annotated book. Medical annotations on full pages. Probably for the second edition. 182 p, 103 p, 108 p; and index. Complete item. Very good. In-8. 1562. Paris. Extremely rare. Jacobi Hollerii Stampani, Medici parisiensis celeberrimi, De morborum internorum curatione, Liber I. Illustratus eruditissimis Ludovici Dureti rei medicae apud Parisios Regii Interpreti dignissimi Adversariis, opera Anto. Valetii Iunianensis selectis suisque locis digestis. Eiusdem Hollerii De Febribus, De Peste, De Remedis katà topous in Galeni libros, De Materia Chirurgica. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: actuarius [NANTES, Pays de la Loire, FR]
2019-06-21 09:24:04
VILLANI, Matteo & Giovanni
Venetia: Ad instanzio de' Giunti di Fiorenza, 1562. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Few names from the Italian Renaissance are as synonymous with chronicle history as Villani. Matteo and his brother Giovanni produced one of the most important 14th-century historical chronicles. Nuova Cronica, as it now known, was a somewhat biased study of the history of Florence providing insight on major events and figures. Villani, curiously, took a theological approach to their chronicle, making unfounded assumptions and claims about sin and morals in relation to the outcome of historical events. The most significant event at that time, of course, was the Black Death, or the Great Plague. Matteo Villani's own description of the Plague: "Those few discreet folk who remained alive expected many things, all of which, by reasons of the corruption of sin, failed among mankind, whose minds followed marvellously in the contrary direction. They believed that those whom God's grace had saved from death, having beheld the destruction of their neighbors, and having heard the same tidings from all the nations of the world, would become better-conditioned, humble, virtuous, and Catholic." This 1562 Venetian edition was published by the famed publisher Giunti.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-06-19 06:26:16
HOUILLIER
Paris: Jacques HOULLIER (1498-1562) Full vellum. Original Edition. Fully annotated book. Medical annotations on full pages. Probably for the second edition. 182 p, 103 p, 108 p; and index. Complete item. Very good. In-8. 1562. Paris. Extremely rare. Jacobi Hollerii Stampani, Medici parisiensis celeberrimi, De morborum internorum curatione, Liber I. Illustratus eruditissimis Ludovici Dureti rei medicae apud Parisios Regii Interpreti dignissimi Adversariis, opera Anto. Valetii Iunianensis selectis suisque locis digestis. Eiusdem Hollerii De Febribus, De Peste, De Remedis katà topous in Galeni libros, De Materia Chirurgica. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: actuarius [NANTES, Pays de la Loire, FR]
2019-06-14 12:56:53
VREDEMAN DE VRIES (Hans)].
[VREDEMAN DE VRIES (Hans)]. Variae architecturae formae. Anvers, J. Cock, 1562. Recueil rel. demi-vélin (reliure moderne), 25 pl. Ce recueil d’estampes gravées par Jérôme Cocks, (1518-1570) comprend une épître dédicatoire gravée aux armes de Pierre-Ernest 1er de Mansfeld (dont les armes figurent sur la page de titre de l’ouvrage Architectura du même auteur et publié en 1577) et 24 planches (sur 49) issues de Variae architecturae formae à la date de 1562. Cet ouvrage fut réédité en 1601 et en 1640, et ces éditions ultérieures comportent exactement les mêmes gravures. Cependant il existe plusieurs moyens de les distinguer. Nos gravures ne sont pas numérotées dans la planche. Neuf de nos planches portent la mention Cocks excudebat. Elle a été remplacée par la mention Galle excudebat dans les éditions postérieures, du nom de l’élève de Cocks qui reprit l’atelier à sa mort en 1570. Deux de nos planches portent la mention Vries inventor cocks excudebat cum privilegio regis 1562, cette mention devient Vries inventor Galle excudebat cum privilegio dans les éditions postérieures. Il est possible de consulter l’édition de 1601 en version numérisée sur le site de la bibliothèque de Zurich afin de constater les différences. Hans Vredeman de Vries est un peintre et un architecte hollandais de la Renaissance. Il dût son succès à l'usage systématique de la perspective linéaire, selon les techniques géométriques italiennes, et contribua à la propagation de cet art. Ses traités connurent plusieurs éditions et furent importants pour la diffusion du maniérisme nordique dans l’architecture. Ce … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie des Colporteurs - Manuscrit [Grézillac, France]
2019-06-09 08:04:06
PLATINA (Bartolomeo)
Coloniae , Apud Maternum Cholinum, 1562. In-folio, reliure ancienne pleine peau de mouton retournée "chamoisée", dos à 5 nerfs, grande composition gouachée en bleu, rouge et or sur le premier plat représentant St Pierre en pied devant une banderole sur laquelle on lit "Tu es Petrus", 10ff.-385pp.-98pp.-13ff., lettrines historiées, qqs notes manuscrites marginale de l'époque. Un nerf découvert, coiffe inf. frottée, coins inf. émoussés, départs de fente de qqs cm au mors sup., mouillure clair marginale sur les 10 premiers ff., bonne condition. Bonne édition, bien, imprimée, continuée jusqu'à Pie IV et dans laquelle on trouve six autres œuvres qui forment une source précieuse de l'histoire de l'église. Première édition Panvinio de La vie des papes de Platina, Panvinio (1530? - 68), grand érudit augustin, a commenté et actualisé l’histoire papale jusqu’en 1560. Bartolomeo Platina (né Sacchi, 1421? - 81) était un membre éminent de la communauté humaniste de Rome et bibliothécaire du Vatican. La première édition parue en 1475 sous le titre "Liber de vita christi ac omnium pontificum". Texte en latin, imprimé en romain divisé en sections pour chaque pape. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Trait d'Union sarl. [TROYES, France]
2019-06-04 20:24:22
VILLANI, Matteo & Giovanni
Venetia: Ad instanzio de' Giunti di Fiorenza, 1562. 1562 FLORENCE Chronicle Villani Nuova Cronica Fiorenza ITALY Black Plague RAREFew names from the Italian Renaissance are as synonymous with chronicle history as Villani. Matteo and his brother Giovanni produced one of the most important 14th-century historical chronicles. Nuova Cronica, as it now known, was a somewhat biased study of the history of Florence providing insight on major events and figures. Villani, curiously, took a theological approach to their chronicle, making unfounded assumptions and claims about sin and morals in relation to the outcome of historical events. The most significant event at that time, of course, was the Black Death, or the Great Plague. Matteo Villani's own description of the Plague:"Those few discreet folk who remained alive expected many things, all of which, by reasons of the corruption of sin, failed among mankind, whose minds followed marvellously in the contrary direction. They believed that those whom God's grace had saved from death, having beheld the destruction of their neighbors, and having heard the same tidings from all the nations of the world, would become better-conditioned, humble, virtuous, and Catholic."This 1562 Venetian edition was published by the famed publisher Giunti. Item number: #7499Price: $950VILLANI, Matteo & GiovanniHistoria di Matteo Villani cittadino fiorentino : il quale continua l'Historie di Giovan Villani suo fratello : nella quale, oltre a i quattro primi libri già stampati, sono aggiunti altri cinque nuovamente ritrovati, & hora mandati in luce : et … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-05-30 17:33:22
Theil, Pieter J.J.van
Doornspijk, Davaco Publishers. Product Details Cornelis Cornelisz Van Haarlem (1562-1638): A Monograph and Catalog Raisonne Part, Pieter JJvan: Doornspijk, Davaco Publishers, 1999. 588 pp. + plates part with 449 figs. 31 x 23 cm. Hardcover with dust jacket (as new). Language: English ISBN: 9070288966 EAN: 9789070288969 Order No: 128723 Remarks: * Large Monograph and Catalog Raisonné / Catalog of works. (fine, as new). ISBN 9789070288969EUR 614,00 (Incl. 7,00 % VAT.) Free shipping within Germany Taken with whBOOK This Product was added to the w + h GmbH eBay service Data and images powered by Book friend (2019-03-22).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Braun (bbraun_de) [Gengenbach, DE]
2019-05-26 04:33:32
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Mantua, 1562. Mantua. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Mishnaiot, 1562, Mantua. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000150621 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1562.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-05-25 22:11:50
GREGORY I, Pope
Louanii: Hieronymu[m] VVellaeum, 1562. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "There are some so restless that when they are free from labour they labour all the more, because the leisure they they have for thought, the worse interior turmoil they have to bear." ― Gregory the Great Pope Gregory I was one of the most important figures of the establishment and growth of the Catholic Church. His book 'Regula Pastoralis' or 'Pastoral Care', is a work clearly explaining and describing the responsibilities of the clergy. It is often considered the most influential and important work written on the topic of the role of preachers and ecclesiastical fathers. This highly rare 16th-century printing of 'Pastoral Care' is bound with a 1574 printing of the works of Pope Innocent III. Innocent III was best known for his work on asceticism - 'Wretchedness of Human Condition' - a work describing the miserable state of the human race. In this book, Innocent notes that the major sins of the world have a direct relationship to the destruction of humanity.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-05-21 10:25:09
Claude PARADIN
Anvers: 1562. Reliure plein maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, filets d'encadrement dorés sur les plats, filets dorés sur les coupes, roulettes intérieures, tranches dorées (pastiche de reliure XVIIIème). Quelques usures aux coins. Cachet effacé sur le titre, manque de papier au coin inférieur du ff. 20 sans atteinte au texte; cachet effacé au ff. 99, petit manque angulaire au dernier ff, avec petit trou. Bon exemplaire, de toute rareté. PARADIN (Claude) Les Devises héroïques, De M. Claude Paradin, Chanoine de Beaujeu, Du Seigneur Gabriel Symeon, & autres Aucteurs. Anvers, Christophle Plantin, 1562. In-16 de 176 feuillets. Reliure plein maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs orné, filets d'encadrement dorés sur les plats, filets dorés sur les coupes, roulettes intérieures, tranches dorées (pastiche de reliure XVIIIème). Quelques usures aux coins. Cachet effacé sur le titre, manque de papier au coin inférieur du ff. 20 sans atteinte au texte; cachet effacé au ff. 99, petit manque angulaire au dernier ff, avec petit trou. Bon exemplaire, de toute rareté. (VOET, The Plantin Press, N° 1950). Réimpression de l'édition donnée par Plantin en 1561, & illustrée des mêmes 216 bois gravés. L'édition originale publiée à Lyon en 1551, chez J. de Tournes & G. Gazeau, n'était ornée que de 118 bois gravés (Cf. Robert BRUN, Le livre français illustré de la Renaissance, p. 265). §!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!§ Claude Paradin (c. 1510 - 1573), was a French writer, collector of emblems or "devises", historian, and genealogist. Biography Paradin was born in Cuiseaux (Saone-et-Loire), spending his adult life as ca … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ex-libris31 [Toulouse, FR]
2019-04-23 12:22:31
RAMUS (Pierre).
Paris, Andream Wechelum, 1562. in-8. 149pp. Cartonnage moderne genre ancien. Cet ouvrage "curieux et bien écrit" (Brunet), du grand humaniste Pierre de la Ramée, est ici en seconde édition (Ière: 1559). Plusieurs des ouvrages de Ramus furent condamnés en raison de ses opinions, à contrecourant des idées prédominantes de l'époque et, pour les mêmes raisons, lui-même périt assassiné la nuit de la Saint-Barthelemy (1572). Bon exemplaire. Brunet, IV, 1099. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-04-23 11:33:45
HENRY VIII KING OF ENGLAND.
Parisiis apud Gulielmum Desboys sub Sole Aureo via Jacobaea, 1562. Accedit quoque R. P. D. Iohan. Roffen. Episcopi contra Lutheri Captivitatem Babylonicam, Assertionis regiae defensio. FIRST PART ONLY OF TWO. Small 8vo, approximately 120 x 80 mm, 4½ x 3 inches, text in Latin, side notes to margins, leaves: 1-130 numbered on rectos only i.e. 260 pages, plus [11] index, bound in full speckled calf, gilt lettered label to spine, gilt decoration between raised bands to spine, marbled endpapers, red speckled edges. Slight rubbing and scuffing to covers, small repair to lower cover, worming to lower margins from title page to page 68, decreasing gradually, some neat repairs, not affecting text, text clean, a very good copy. Theological treatise published in 1521, written by King Henry VIII of England, allegedly with the assistance of Thomas More. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2019-04-22 13:33:45
UGONI
In Venetia (Venise): 1562. UGONI Giovanni Andrea - Dialogo della vigilia, et del sonno del magnifico signore Ugoni, gentilhuomo Bresciano [Ensemble] Ragionamento [Ensemble] Discorso della dignita & eccellenza della gran citta di Venetia UGONI Giovanni Andrea Dialogo della vigilia, et del sonno del magnifico signore Ugoni, gentilhuomo Bresciano [Ensemble] Ragionamento [Ensemble] Discorso della dignita & eccellenza della gran citta di Venetia Apresso Pietro da Fine, In Venetia (Venise) 1562, Pet. in-8 (10x14,5cm), (10) 80pp. (3) (2bc.) (8) 116pp. (3) (1bc.) (6) (24), relié. Edition originale, rare, de ces trois éditions, fonctionnant comme 3 parties distinctes d'un seul ouvrage (la signature des cahiers relie en effet les parties entre elles ; il arrive cependant que l'on trouve certains textes isolés). 3 pages de titre avec marque de l'imprimeur au coq.Reliure en plein velin debut XXe. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume en rouge et noir. Taches et salissures. Bon exemplaire, très frais.Le dialogue philosophique de la veille et du sommeil témoigne d'une vision relativement pessimiste et sceptique, typique de la vision de la réforme. Ugoni était en effet protestant et sa perception de l'homme et du monde en sont incontestablement le reflet. L'impossibilité de distinguer entre l'état de veille et celui du sommeil traduit l'indétermination de nos connaissances, nécessairement vouées à l'illusion, l'homme errant dans un monde d'ombres. Le dialogue réprimande l'homme d'avoir été trop audacieux en essayant de comprendre ce qui a été interdit par Dieu ; l'homme perdrait son temps à ten … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Livres Anciens Gravures Feu Follet (livresetgravures) [FRA, FR]
2019-04-12 16:15:06
(MÉLANCHTHON, Philippe) - [Confession d'Augsbourg]
Witebergae [Wittenberg], Johannis Lufft, 1562.Petit in-8 (151 x 94 mm), (8)-311-(1 bl.) ff., collation : [A-Z]8 [a-r]8 (r8 blanc), 1 gravure sur bois en pleine page. Reliure janséniste en maroquin vert, dos à faux-nerfs soulignés de filets à froid (reliure du XIXe s.). Deux coins émoussés, auréoles d'humidité principalement en début et fin d'ouvrage, manque de papier probablement d'origine en marge du f. 221. La "Confession d'Augsbourg" de 1530, rédigée par Philippe Mélanchthon, est le texte de référence des Églises luthériennes de l'Empire germanique, il scella la séparation avec le catholicisme. Invité par l'empereur à présenter la doctrine luthérienne au Concile de Trente, Philippe Mélanchthon rédigea en 1551 la "Confession Saxonne", une version moins consensuelle de la "Confession d'Augsbourg", elle est ici imprimée à la suite.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Richard [France, Colmar]
2019-04-04 15:56:49
TITUS LIVIUS (LIVY)
Strasbourg: Livre ancien tel que décrit et photographié. ANTIQUE BOOK - LARGE SIZE 1562 ILLUSTRATED BOOK (ANTIQUE ROMAN HISTORY), 16TH. C. TITUS LIVIUS, 1562, (IN FOLIO ILLUSTRATED EDITION PRINTED IN STRASBURG, WITH LARGE WOODCUTS / HOLZSCHNITT-VIGNETTEN), "Titi Liuij deß Wolberedtesten vnd Hochberümptesten Geschichtschreibers Römische Historien (etc.)", nach dem Lateinischen [von Bernhard Schöfferlin; Ivo Wittig; Nicolaus Carbach; Jakob Micyllus], Getruckt zü Strassburg (Strasbourg) [durch Josiam Rihel und Samuel Emmel] im jar M.D.LXII. In folio 23 x 34 cm, later binding (early 20th, board imitating the vellum, title in black and gold piece on the spine), german translation from latin, title page printed in red and black. Collation: 18 leaves. Condition: 1 little cut of paper on 1 leaf of the register, some marginal and mostly light water stains on a few pages, and 86 leaves numbered i - lxxxvi (complete until the "Ende dess Ersten Theyls der Rhömischen Historien Titi Livii". The book is illustrated with large and fine initials as well as 66 woodcuts, most of them large war scenes covering allmost half of a page. Grand volume illustré de 66 bois gravés du XVIe siècle. I'll be glad to provide further details and to answer your questions in ENGLISH if you dont speak french Règlement dans les 7 jours svp. Virements bancaires ou paypal. Envoi postal sécurisé pour tous les lots.
Bookseller: amiralakbar [SWITZERLAND, CH]
2019-04-01 10:03:56
PLINE L'ANCIEN, Gaius Plinius Secundus || DU PINET DE NOROY, Antoine
Claude Senneton, Lyon, 1562. Pleine basane du dix-huitième siècle, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches dorées. Deux volumes Folio (396x244 mm), (16)-xxxi-(1 bl.)-678-(2 bl.)-(156) pages / (32)-745-(3 bl.)-(104) pages Reliures frottées avec petits manques de cuir au plat inférieur du tome 1, coins abîmés Rares salissures Première édition en français du texte intégral de l'histoire naturelle de Pline. En effet Pierre de Changy ne donna que quelques extrait de Pline en 1542. La traduction d'Antoine du Pinet s'imposa de suite de part sa qualité et son érudition. Elle fut souvent rééditée. Le texte de Pline constitue la première grande encyclopédie universelle. Tous les sujets scientifiques y étaient abordés, principalement la botanique, la zoologie et la géographie mais aussi les mathématiques, la physique ou l'astronomie. Exemplaire réglé, corps d'ouvrage frais. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Eighteenth-century full sheep, spine gilt in six compartments, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces, gilt edges. Two Folio (396x244 mm), (16)-xxxi-(1 bl.)-678-(2 bl.)-(156) / (32)-745-(3 bl.)-(104) pages Binding rubbed, small lacks on second cover of part 1, corners bumped . The first complet edition in french of the Historia naturalis, the greatest encyclopedic work of antiquity. Fresh copy In folio / Folio 9722g. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Eric Zink Livres anciens [LE VÉSINET, France]
2019-04-01 07:33:23
Ludovico Ariosto
Vincenzo Valgrisi. Full leather. Well-preserved 1562 edition of Ariosto's epic poem "Orlando Furioso". Text in Latin, the pages crisp, the printing eminently readable. The woodcuts as well have maintained their detail and sharpness. Hand-bound (and signed and dated at the rear pastedown by the binder) in a dark-red, full leather, with raised bands and bright gilt-rule and lettering to the spine. New decorative endpapers, with gilt-flecked accents. Tight and solidly VG, with the binder's personal bookplate at the front free endpaper's verso. The most noticeable flaw to the original text is the rubbing and loss at the title page. Beyond that, light, forgiveable foxing and occasional shadowing thru the text. Fascinating armorial plate of the period at the title page's verso. Thick octavo, 666 pgs. Very Good.
Bookseller: appledore_books [Waccabuc, New York, US]
2019-03-31 20:33:41
GREGORY I, Pope
Hieronymu[m] VVellaeum. 1562 Pope Gregory I Pastoral Care Catholic Church + Innocent III Human Condition “There are some so restless that when they are free from labour they labour all the more, because the leisure they they have for thought, the worse interior turmoil they have to bear.” ― Gregory the Great Pope Gregory I was one of the most important figures of the establishment and growth of the Catholic Church. His book ‘Regula Pastoralis’ or ‘Pastoral Care’, is a work clearly explaining and describing the responsibilities of the clergy. It is often considered the most influential and important work written on the topic of the role of preachers and ecclesiastical fathers. This highly rare 16th-century printing of ‘Pastoral Care’ is bound with a 1574 printing of the works of Pope Innocent III. Innocent III was best known for his work on asceticism – ‘Wretchedness of Human Condition’ – a work describing the miserable state of the human race. In this book, Innocent notes that the major sins of the world have a direct relationship to the destruction of humanity. Item number: #6859 Price: $599 GREGORY I, Pope B. Gregorii Papae, huius nominis Primi, qui summo iure magni cognomen iam olim obtinet, Pastorale, siue De pastorali cura, liber vnicus. bound with D. innocentii Papae, huius nominis tertii: de Contemptu mundi, sive de miseria humanae conditionis Louanii : Apud Hieronymu[m] VVellaeum ., anno 1562. / 1574 Details: Collation: Complete with all leaves; 2 parts in 1 [1] 126, [5]; [2], 56, [2] References: USTC 409358 Language: Latin Binding: Vellum; tight & secure Size … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2019-03-29 08:39:18
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, Gillis Coppens van Diest (part I) and Tavernier (pert II) for Willem Silvius, 1562. 2 parts in one volume, quarto (245 x 175 mm). Woodcut vignette on titles, large woodcut folding plate, 2 full-page woodcut illustrations and 35 woocut illustrations in text. Modern calf binding. A rare complete copy including the 'extra' plates 'tSpeeltanneel' and 'Haachspel' (big plate) which are sometimes missing in other copies. Illustrated account of the texts and plays performed in Antwerp on the 3rd and 24th August 1561 and organized by the different chambers of rhetoricians, the most splendid and famous drama contests of this kind ever held. It is also a fine example of Renaissance book publishing in the Netherlands. The first book is illustrated with a folding plate showing the invitation from Antwerp Chamber, woodcuts with scenes from the theatrical performances, a complicated rebus, a woodcut showing the monumental stage on the great square, and small woodcuts showing emblems. Belg. Typogr. 4400 [De Gulden Passer 1995] Geheime activiteiten van Plantin, Paul Valkema Blouw: "Plantin had nog een ander boek voor Silvius onderhanden toen het noodlot toesloeg, en wel diens tot dusver meest ambitieuze onderneming: de teksten van de Spelen van Sinne, opgevoerd tijdens het vermaarde Antwerpse landjuweel van 1561. Silvius wilde er een spectaculaire uitgave van maken, liet een fraaie reeks van illustraties snijden en vertrouwde het eerste deel, de zinnespelen, toe aan de zorgen van Plantin. Deze begon aan de productie van het boek, maar ook hier kwam het ingrijpen … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sanderus Antiquariaat [Gent, Belgium]
2019-03-29 07:10:32
Guevara, Antonio de; Vincenzo Bondi, trans.
Per Comin da Trino di Monferrato, 1562. Fray Antonio de Guevara (ca. 1481-1545) was a historian, bishop, court historiographer of Charles V, and acclaimed Golden Age literary figure. This volume presents an early Italian translation of his Aviso de prevados y doctrina de cortesanos -- in which Guevara lays out the duties of courtiers (specifically, of the secular rather than religious members of a royal entourage) -- along with => the first Italian translation of the author's Menosprecio de corte, a popular, critical satire on courtly life. This printing is not common in the U.S., with WorldCat locating only six reported institutional holdings (Columbia, UCLA, UMichigan, UIllinois, Harvard, UWisconsin-Milwaukee, Huntington). Provenance: Title-page with traces of partially effaced early institutional armorial rubber-stamp; later in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear.
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2019-03-25 17:33:33
Fernández de Santaella, Rodrigo (1444-1509)
Impressum Caesaraugustae : In aedibus vidue Bartholomaei à Nagera, Anno Domini MDLXII. [i.e. 1562].- // [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B.].- // 8º, (194x142 mm.).- [186] h.; sig.: a-y8, z10; portada arquitectónica con el texto a dos tintas; iniciales grabadas; grabadito en recto de z6; colofón con marca tipográfica en verso de z10; texto a dos columnas, letra gótica; pequeña capital xilográfica al inicio de cada letra. A partir de z6, 'Arte del computo nueuamente compuesta por el bachiller Hieronymo de Valencia.'- // Encuadernación moderna en plena piel (realizada por Angulo y Jiménez) con estuche; lomo de cinco nervios con tejuelo, filetes y pequeños grabados en dorado; planos mudos con orla de doble filete gofrada; cantos y contracantos dorados a rueda; cortes marmoreados. Pequeños injetos y remarginaciones en margen superior de portada, a2, a7 y a8, y mínimas en algunas puntas; papel limpio, sin anotaciones ni subrayados, salvo exlibris manuscrito en portada.- // Proc.: Exlibris manuscrito en margen derecho de la portada, 'Ouro de Lucas . (?)'.- // Refs.: Vocabularium.: Hazañas, 30; Niederehe, BICRES, I, 434; Palau, 89765; Sánchez, 423.- Arte del cómputo: Pastor Fuster, I, 221; Picatoste, 821.- // A falta de biblias en castellano. Impreso por primera vez en Sevilla, en 1499, el propósito del … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Andarto B. [Pamplona, NA, Spain]
2019-03-23 22:44:19
Boethius, Anicius Manlius Severinus
Ad Instantia de i Gionti di Fiorenza, 1562. Ad Instantia de i Gionti di Fiorenza. Hardcover. B07PRWFWF1 In Italian (Florentine). 1562 Ad Instantia de i Gionti di Fiorenza (Venice, Italy), 4 1/2 x 6 1/4 inches tall hardcover, marbled paper-covered boards over vellum spine and tips, hand lettering to spine, engraved title page, [7], 3-103, [1] ff. Moderate to heavy soiling, rubbing and edgewear to covers, with bumping and chipping along board edges. Soiling, contemporary ink notations and paper repairs to title page. A number of pages with moderate soiling, foxing or period ink marginal notations or underlining. A few pages with very light marginal dampstains. Otherwise, a good, complete copy of this rare sixteenth century Venetian edition. OCLC (No. 23625012, 797416942) locates only four copies at institutions worldwide - two in the U.S. (Harvard University and University of Michigan) and two in Italy (Biblioteca San Bernardino in Trento and Universita Cattolica del Sacro Cuore in Milan). ~QQ~ [1.0P] An early Florentine translation - by Italian humanist, historian and poet Benedetto Varchi (1502-1565) - of Boethius' immortal Consolation of Philosophy (De philosophiae consolatione), first written in Latin about 524 AD. Boethius (circa 480-524) was a Roman senator, consul, magister officiorum, and philosopher of the early sixth century. Born four years after Odoacer deposed the last Roman Emperor and declared himself King of Italy, Boethius entered public service under Ostrogothic King Theodoric the Great, who imprisoned and executed him in 524 on charges of conspiracy to over … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Flamingo Books [Temecula, CA, U.S.A.]
2019-03-21 16:12:49
PTOLOMAEUS PTOLEMEE PTOLEMY, Claudius et et COMMANDINO (Federico)
1562. PTOLOMAEUS (Claudius) et et COMMANDINO (Federico), Liber de analemmate, a Federico Commandino Urbinate instauratus, & commentariis illustratus, Qui nunc primum eius opera e tenebris in lucem prodit. Eiusdem Federici Commandini liber de horologiorum descriptione, Roma, Paolo Manuzio, 1562. In-4 de (4), 93 et (3) feuillets ; cartonnage moderne. Première et unique édition du Liber de analemmate de Ptolémée. Il utilise les mathématiques afin de résoudre des questions astronomiques. Le Liber de analemmate décrit une méthode de recherche des angles utilisés dans la construction des cadrans solaires et constitue "une démonstration importante que la mathématique grecque consistait en une géométrie autre que la géométrie" classique ". En raison de son excellent commentaire, l'édition Princeps de l'Analemmate mérite toujours d'être consultée. "(DSB XI, pages 197-198, 205). Elle fut éditée par le mathématicien Federico Commandino, qui y a ajouté, in fine, ses propres travaux sur les cadrans solaires afin de donner une application pratique supplémentaire à la méthode de Ptolémée. Exemplaire entièrement et fortement anciennement lavé, auréole d'humidité dans la marge inférieure des feuillets 25 à 28, 33 à 36 et 65 à 76. Ex-libris volant de la "Bibliotheca Gnomonica de K. Drecker" et de David Wheatland.
Bookseller: Le Zograscope [Paris, France]
2019-03-15 14:55:20
TMhN: Shlomo ibn Gabirol, tirgum Yehuda ibn Tibon MhP: Khanania ben Izhak
Riva, 1562. Riva. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Goren Nachon Tikun Midot ha-Nefesh, Musarei ha-Pilosofim, S. ha-Tapuakh, 1562, Riva. Author: TMhN: Shlomo ibn Gabirol, tirgum Yehuda ibn Tibon MhP: Khanania ben Izhak. Language: Hebrew. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. SKU000105908 . Good. Hardcover. n/a. 1562.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-03-08 08:01:58
1562. Up for Auction is an exceedingly rare example of the Institutes of the Christian Religion by John Calvin, 1562, 2nd Englished edition. Bound by the famous Riviere in beautiful 19th morroco. Complete with tables. Condition remarkable. Some period marginalia and light markings to first book. This was a copy for royalty and one of the nicest examples in the world, you would do well to ever find better. Comes with custom quarter leather clamshell box.
Bookseller: biblios-1 [Escondido, California, US]
2019-03-07 19:55:09
LILY, George.
Venice: Ferrando Bertelli, 1562. 485 x 350mm. Trimmed to platemark as issued. A rare version of George Lily's landmark map of 1546. It was the first separately-issued map of the British Isles and the first to show Scotland's coastline and islands in recognisable form, possibly based on a lost map by John Eldon. Although the outline of England was copied from Munster, the use of copper engraving rather than woodcut allowed more names from other sources to be included. Ireland had yet to take shape. Bertelli's map was engraved by Paolo Forlani after an intermediate version published in Rome in 1556 with a box lettered IHS (earning the map the nickname 'The Jesuit Map'), which was orientated with north at the top rather than to the right. Here the left-hand text box has the publication date of 1561, the right box MDLXII (1562), with the second 'I' an addition; no example dated 1561 on the right has been located. George Lily (c.1510-59) was a London-born catholic priest who was outlawed for treason against Henry VIII and followed his master, Cardinal Reginald Pole, into exile. Living in Italy, he contributed to Paolo Giovio's 'Descriptio Britanniae, Scotiae, Hyberniae et Orchadum' (Venice, 1548); it seems his map was prepared as a companion piece. On the accession of Mary I, Pole and Lily returned to England in 1555, with Pole becoming Archbishop of Canterbury (the last Catholic to hold the post) the following year. Lily became Pole's chaplain and the first prebend of Canterbury Cathedral in 1558. He died the following year and was buried in St Paul's churchyard. Lily's monogra … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Altea Antique Maps [London, United Kingdom]
2019-03-07 14:56:35
KIRKE-ORDINANS FOR DANMARK OG NORGE -
Kiøbenhaffn, (Hans Zimmermann), 1562. Lille 8vo. Senere helpergamentsbind. Helt guldsnit. 150 blade, uden de 2 sidste blanke blade. Træstukket portræt af Chr. III trykt på titelbladets bagside. På bagsiden af kolofonbladet rigsvåbnet i træsnit. Velbevaret eksemplar, trykt på godt papir med lettere brugsspor. ¶ Dette er det yderst sjældne andet optryk af ordinantsen - det første udkom 1553 - af den reviderede og endelige udgave af Danmark og Norges reformations-ordinans fra 1542. Den var gældende i Norge op til 1607 hvor Norge fik sin egen.<br>Laur. Nielsen, 1217. - Thesaurus, 72.
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2019-03-06 19:35:08
1562. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Ignatius von Antiochien, Ignatius Antiochenus. Epistolai (graece). Epistolae. Paris, Guillaume Morel, 1562. 8°, circa 17,5 x 11,5 cm. 2 Bll., 156 SS., mit Druckermarke Pappband des 19. Jh. - Nicht bei Adams (vgl. I 31-33); Hoffmann II, 533: "Haec editio ab ea, quae anno 1558 publicata est, differt". Elegante rein griechische Ausgabe der Briefe des Bischofs von Antiochia, der wohl im 2. Jahrhundert lebte, über dessen Lebensumstände jedoch nur sehr wenig überliefert ist. Von den zwölf hier abgedruckten Episteln sind nach heutigem Forschungsstand höchstens sieben authentisch. Am Ende ein Nachwort des Verlegers Morel in lateinischer Sprache mit einigen Lesarten. - "Große Bedeutung besitzt Ignatius, weil er in seinen Briefen die besondere Stellung des Bischofs in der christlichen Gemeinde betont. Er ist deshalb ein wichtiger Gewährsmann für die Kirchen katholischer, altorientalischer, orthodoxer und anglikanischer Tradition, die übereinstimmend die Einsetzung des Bischofsamtes durch Christus selbst lehren. Es gibt freilich aus der Zeit nach Ignatius noch Texte, die sich so deuten lassen, dass die Diakone und Presbyter mit dem Bischof gleichberechtigt waren. In seinen Briefen warnt Ignatius vor Irrlehren, namentlich vor judaisierenden Tendenzen und vor dem Doketismus. Bedeutsam ist weiter, dass Ignatius als erster in der christlichen Literatur der Kirche das Adjektiv „katholisch", das heißt „allumfassend" zuordnet. „Wo Christus ist, dort ist die katholische Kirche." (Brief an die Smyrnäer 8,2)" (Wikipedia). - Titel mit hübscher Druckermarke: e … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-03-03 16:42:38
TITUS LIVIUS (LIVY)
Strasbourg: Livre ancien tel que décrit et photographié. ANTIQUE BOOK - LARGE SIZE 1562 ILLUSTRATED BOOK (ANTIQUE ROMAN HISTORY), 16TH. C. TITUS LIVIUS, 1562, (IN FOLIO ILLUSTRATED EDITION PRINTED IN STRASBURG, WITH LARGE WOODCUTS / HOLZSCHNITT-VIGNETTEN), "Titi Liuij deß Wolberedtesten vnd Hochberümptesten Geschichtschreibers Römische Historien (etc.)", nach dem Lateinischen [von Bernhard Schöfferlin; Ivo Wittig; Nicolaus Carbach; Jakob Micyllus], Getruckt zü Strassburg (Strasbourg) [durch Josiam Rihel und Samuel Emmel] im jar M.D.LXII. In folio 23 x 34 cm, later binding (early 20th, board imitating the vellum, title in black and gold piece on the spine), german translation from latin, title page printed in red and black. Collation: 18 leaves. Condition: 1 little cut of paper on 1 leaf of the register, some marginal and mostly light water stains on a few pages, and 86 leaves numbered i - lxxxvi (complete until the "Ende dess Ersten Theyls der Rhömischen Historien Titi Livii". The book is illustrated with large and fine initials as well as 66 woodcuts, most of them large war scenes covering allmost half of a page. Grand volume illustré de 66 bois gravés du XVIe siècle. I'll be glad to provide further details and to answer your questions in ENGLISH if you dont speak french Règlement dans les 7 jours svp. Virements bancaires ou paypal. Envoi postal sécurisé pour tous les lots.
Bookseller: amiralakbar [SWITZERLAND, CH]
2019-03-02 10:45:43
Ludovico Ariosto
Venice: Vincenzo Valgrisi. Condition: Very Good. Well-preserved 1562 edition of Ariosto's epic poem "Orlando Furioso". Text in Latin, the pages crisp, the printing eminently readable. The woodcuts as well have maintained their detail and sharpness. Hand-bound (and signed and dated at the rear pastedown by the binder) in a dark-red, full leather, with raised bands and bright gilt-rule and lettering to the spine. New decorative endpapers, with gilt-flecked accents. Tight and solidly VG, with the binder's personal bookplate at the front free endpaper's verso. The most noticeable flaw to the original text is the rubbing and loss at the title page. Beyond that, light, forgiveable foxing and occasional shadowing thru the text. Fascinating armorial plate of the period at the title page's verso. Thick octavo, 666 pgs.
Bookseller: appledore_books [Waccabuc, New York, US]
2019-03-01 16:36:08
DONI Anton Francesco
appresso i Gioliti, 1562. In-16 gr. (mm. 198x142), p. pergam. settecentesca, fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli azzurri, pp.num. 56, marca tipograf. al frontespizio, ornato da testatine e numer. belliss. capilett. figur. a vignetta, in silografia. "Dove si tratta per paragone della prudenza de gli antichi, con la sapienza de' moderni in tutte le attioni del mondo, & fatti honorati d'Arme, di Dominio, & Magistrato. Terminando tutto con le proprie Sentenze. Cavate da greci, da latini et della nostra lingua d'huomini illustri, & sapienti d'ogni stato, grado, & conditione". "Terza edizione", 1589 (la prima è del 1562). Unito, dello stesso A.: "Libro dell'eloquenza", nel qual si vede per similitudine, la Virtù del dire degli Antichi Savi, & de Moderni Virtuosi, in ogni impresa honorata; di Guerra, di Stato & di Potenza. Risolvendo con le vere sentenze.. (1562), pp. 64, marca tipograf. al frontespizio e grandi belliss. capilett. in silografia. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Bongi,II, p. 149: "Sono sentenze di antichi e moderni, e concludenti con motti sentenziosi, scritti con disinvoltura; pregio che hanno tutte le composizioni, anche le più futili, di questo autore" - Adams,I, p. 363. Leggerm. corto del marg. sup., altrim. esemplare molto ben conservato.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi [IT]
2019-02-27 14:18:37
(CAMBINI, Andrea) [and GIOVIO, Paolo].
First English edition. Small 4to. (10), 32, 32-68, 99-100, 1-42, [3] ff. Six leaves (D3-E4) with slight loss to the lower corners just clipping the text, now sensitively repaired and the missing characters expertly filled in by hand to style, three leaves (F1, Ee2 and Ee3) supplied in close matching facsimile, recent period style vellum, gilt lettered red label. An attractive copy of a scarce work.
Bookseller: Bow Windows Bookshop [UK]
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2019-02-24 07:40:32
Rene Aubert
Paris, Apud Gulielmum Merlin, Gulielmum Desboys. INDEX RERUM ET VERBORUM QUAE IN PANDECTIS TRACTANTUR COPIOSISSIMUS 1562; Rene-Aubert; Paris, Apud Gulielmum Merlin, Gulielmum Desboys, Sebastianum Niuellium; Latin Text; No Pagination, About 400 Pages; w4.6"xh6.8"; Very Rare! ATTRIBUTES: Likely original full limp vellum, Faint written title to upper front/spine, A gorgeous woodcut to title page, And a Great Reference to The Digest! SUMMARY: The Digest, also known as the Pandects, is a name given to a compendium or digest of juristic writings on Roman law compiled by order of the Eastern Roman emperor Justinian I in the 6th century CE (530 533). It is divided into 50 books. Approximately two-fifths of the Digest consists of the writings of Ulpian, while some one-sixth belongs to Paulus. The work was declared to be the sole source of non-statute law: commentaries on the compilation were forbidden, or even the citing of the original works of the jurists for the explaining of ambiguities in the text. BACKGROUND: Justinian I (c. 482 14 November 565), traditionally known as Justinian the Great and also Saint Justinian the Great in the Eastern Orthodox Church, was the Eastern Roman emperor from 527 to 565. During his reign, Justinian sought to revive the empire's greatness and reconquer the lost western half of the historical Roman Empire. Justinian's rule constitutes a distinct epoch in the history of the Later Roman empire, and his reign is marked by the ambitious but only partly realized renovatio imperii, or "restoration of the Empire". CONDITION: Condition is Fair. Blemished/we … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roga Books [Boca Raton, FL, U.S.A.]
2019-02-22 14:34:38
Spangenberg, Cyriacus
Eisleben, Urban Gaubisch, 1562. Artikeldetails Wider die böse Sieben, ins Teufels Karnöffelspiel. Spangenberg, Cyriacus: Eisleben, Urban Gaubisch, 1562. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 262 Bll. Holzdeckelband d. Zt. mit blindgepr. Schweinslederbezug und 2 Schließen. 4°. Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 24055 Bemerkungen: VD 16, S 7727 oder 7728; Goed. II, 480, 6; Graesse VI, 458; Knaake III, 985; Kucz. 2521; Osborn 131ff. (ausführl.); STC 823; nicht bei Adams u. Grimm. – Eine von zwei Varianten der ersten Ausgabe, die im VD 16 zwar genannt, aber nicht unterschieden werden; noch im selben Jahr erschien in Frankfurt ein Nachdruck. – "Karnöffel" war ein seinerzeit beliebtes Kartenspiel. Der "Karnöffel", meist einen Kardinal darstellend, stach alle Karten mit Ausnahme der "Sieben", die "teufelsfrei" war und schlechthin auch "der Teufel" genannt wurde. Hier besteht die "böse Sieben" aus Papst Pius IV. (bezüglich seiner Bulle von 1560), Dominicus Limpricius (einem "schedlichen Münch vnd reissenden Wolff« in Mähren", dem "grewlichen Gottslesterer« Friedrich Staphylus", dem "Gottlosen Aposteten" Stephan Agricola, Caspar Contarenus (bezüglich seines Büchleins "Von des Bapsts zu Rom Gewalt"), dem "alten Gecken, Jaspar Gennep Buchdrucker zu Cöllen" und dem "offentlichen Feind Göttlicher warheit" Stanislaus Hosius. "Das meiste Interesse hat für uns der Streit mit Gennep: er ging aus von der allerdings unglaublich kecken Mache, mit der der betriebsame Drucker den Katechismus des Vaters Johannes S. zu einem katholischen Product umgekrempelt hatte, zog aber weiterhin die Vertheidigung des von Genne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Seltene und wertvolle Bücher [München, DE]
2019-02-17 20:45:42
(PICTURES BELOW DESCRIPTION) INDEX RERUM ET VERBORUM QUAE IN PANDECTIS TRACTANTUR COPIOSISSIMUS 1562; Rene-Aubert; Paris, Apud Gulielmum Merlin, Gulielmum Desboys, Sebastianum Niuellium; Latin Text; No Pagination, About 400 Pages; w"xh"; Very Rare! ATTRIBUTES: Likely original full limp vellum, Faint written title to upper front/spine, A gorgeous woodcut to title page, And a Great Reference to The Digest! SUMMARY: The Digest, also known as the Pandects, is a name given to a compendium or digest of juristic writings on Roman law compiled by order of the Eastern Roman emperor Justinian I in the 6th century CE (530-533). It is divided into 50 books. Approximately two-fifths of the Digest consists of the writings of Ulpian, while some one-sixth belongs to Paulus. The work was declared to be the sole source of non-statute law: commentaries on the compilation were forbidden, or even the citing of the original works of the jurists for the explaining of ambiguities in the text. BACKGROUND: Justinian I (c. 482 - 14 November 565), traditionally known as Justinian the Great and also Saint Justinian the Great in the Eastern Orthodox Church, was the Eastern Roman emperor from 527 to 565. During his reign, Justinian sought to revive the empire's greatness and reconquer the lost western half of the historical Roman Empire. Justinian's rule constitutes a distinct epoch in the history of the Later Roman empire, and his reign is marked by the ambitious but only partly realized renovatio imperii, or "restoration of the Empire".CONDITION: Condition is Fair. Blemished/wear to boards/inner cover … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 0ROGAS RARE BOOKS [Boca Raton, Florida, US]
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