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2020-07-22 07:49:33
MAUROLICO, Francesco. 1494-1575
Messina: P. Spira, 1562. Late 17th-century gilt-ruled red morocco (joints worn), GILT ARMS OF JEAN-JACQUES CHARRON MARQUIS DE MÉNARS, spine compartments with his gilt cipher and the title, gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt. First Edition: A HYBRID BOOK. Renowned for his work in mathematics, astronomy and optics, Maurolico wrote this history of Sicily on commission from the Senate of Messina, which sought to advance the city's claims to political preeminence on the island. Maurolico describes Sicily's topography, administrative organization, money, trade fairs, monuments, famous men and ancient history (mythological and actual). Two-thirds of his narrative treat medieval and contemporary events.  Some of his recent history suffered excision by the authorities.  The marquis de Ménars (1643-1718) sought out the suppressed passages, had them copied onto twenty-one blank leaves (watermark arms of Colbert, like Gaudriault, Filigranes...en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 74) then had these bound in, where the controversial text belonged. In 1706 his library passed to Cardinal A.-G. Rohan (1674-1749) and by descent to Chas. de Rohan prince de Soubise (1715-87; Soubise manuscript shelfmark, Catalogue (1788) 6720), thence to bibliophile and novelist Wm. Beckford (1760-1844; Hamilton Palace Catalogue (1882) 2333), to Quaritch (their memorial bookplate) and to Lucius Wilmerding (1880-1949, bookplate, Sale (1951) 200). In good condition (six tears neatly mended, no loss). ¶Cochrane, Historians and Historiography in the Italian Renaissance 261-2; Mira, Bibliografia sicil … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-07-20 10:46:18
107229 CENSURA GENERALIS CONTRA ERRORES, quibus recentes haeretici sacram scriptu 1562 CENSURA GENERALIS CONTRA ERRORES, quibus recentes haeretici sacram scripturam asperserunt, edita à supremo Senatu Inquisitionis, constituto adversus haereticam pravitatem, et apostasiam in Hispania, et aliis regnis, et dominiis Caesareae Maiestati subiectis. Venetiis, ex officina Iordani Zileti, 1562.RELIE AVEC (en tête): 2). CAMPEGGI (Camillo). De Pontificis Maximi, Concilii'q Generalis Auctoritate ad Basileensium Oratorem responsio, Coràm Sanctissimo D. Eugenio Papa IIII, Sacro Cardinalium Senatu, caeterisque Romanae curiae proceribus, in Concilio Florentino, viva voce, exhibita per Joannem à Turre Cremata. Nunc primum in lucem edita. Accesserunt rerum insignium summae, cum Indice locupletissimo. Venetiis, ex officina Iordani Zileti, 1562. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4. 1). 30ff. chiffrés. 2). 4ff. 62ff. chiffrés. 6ff. Plein vélin souple de l'époque. Précieuse édition, la seconde, de cette Censure générale des Bibles, le deuxième Index espagnol de livres prohibés qui vit le jour pour la première fois à Valladolid en 1554, et qui ne fut précédé que par une liste publiée en 1551 sous le titre de "Catalogi librorum reprobatorum". Cet Index répertorie les éditions de la Bible, pour la plupart imprimées en France, qui étaient suspectées de contenir des doctrines hérétiques.L'édition originale de 1554 devenue introuvable fit l'objet d'une réimpression à New York vers 1895. Relié avec, en tête du volume, un ouvrage de droit pontifical sur l'autorité du Pape sur les Conciles (cachets annulés sur … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, Spain]
2020-07-10 15:30:14
PETRARCA, F
In Venetia, apresso Nicolo Bevilacqua, 1562. pt. in-8vo, 490 p. + 1 Bl. (blanche) ; 259 p. + 1 Bl. (blanche), avec 3 marques de l'imprimeur gravée sur bois, 1 portrait et 4 gravures sur bois in-texte, reliure en cuir d'époque, les deux plats gaufré d'un grand losange doré et multicolore, tranches dorées, ciselées et coloriées, e.a. avec un arbre flanqué des initiales 'F. D.' sur les tranches devant, coiffes professionellement rerstaurées. plusieurs cachets sur faux-titre et titre 'Bibliothek SJ Zürich Prov. Helv' et 'Archivum V. Prov. Helvetiae' (Jesuiten Bibl. Schweiz à Zürich, vendu vers 1980), Holzschn.-Portrait im Text u. 4 Texholzschn. 490 S., 1 w. Bl., 259 S., 1 Bl. Ldr. d. 17. Jhts. mit reicher Goldpräg., Rückenvergoldung u. Punzierung u.a. einem Baum mit Initiale F.D. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Hortis 114. Olschki Kat. LX, 39. Marsand S. 76. - D'après l'édition de Lyon de Rovillio. "Jolie petite édition bien imprimée en caractères cursifs pour le texte et ronds pour les dichiarationi" (Olschki). Première page de garde avec filigrane: 'Briquet 12.238' (Naples 1550).
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-07-10 11:33:14
Rhegius, Urbanus (1489-1541), Ernestus Regius
Montanus & Neuber, Noriberage [Nuremberg], 1562. Quarto in Sixes. This is the first and most significant edition of Rhegius' collected works. He was a student of John Eck and had become a celebrated court preacher in Augsburg. Initially, he agreed only with Luther's attack on indulgences though he limited this view to his circle of friends; however, he became convinced of Luther's views by 1525. He became Luther's major link to the Saxon theologians and a key figure in the Augsburg Confession and agreeing to have it submitted to Charles V. His correspondence with Melanchthon on taking a conciliatory stance led to the latter's meeting with Martin Bucer on August 22, 1530 resulted in the relative peace among competing voices in the early German Reformation. Once he had those letters of compromise sent to Luther, he met with Luther personally for the first time which he recalled "as the happiest day of his life". He also publicly praised Luther as a theologian without equal in any age (Liebmann, Maximillian). He soon became a key figure in both the territorial and the urban Reformation of northern Germany. He was perhaps the most moderating figure in the Lutheran movement though central to his thought was a pure gospel exclusive of the Catholic sacramental system. His catechisms, homiletical handbooks, and other theological works clarifies his developing thought. He rejected the 1533 plea of Pope Clement VII for a council since he did not believe it would be free of Rome's influence if it were held outside Germany. He did not wish to make the issue of transubstantiation a majo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alcuin Books, ABAA [Scottsdale, AZ, U.S.A.]
2020-06-30 22:16:04
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, Germany]
2020-06-30 01:12:14
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, Germany]
2020-06-21 07:58:06
ATTENDOLO, Dario.
Venice, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1562.. & si dichiara tutto quello che s'appartiene a questa materia, con molte cose degne di consideratione non avertite da gli altri? con due tavole, una de' capitoli, l'altra delle cose più notabili? SECOND EDITION 1562 (actually pirated edition by Panvini 1711), Italian text. Bound with a second part: Discorso di M. Dario Attendoli intorno all'Honore & al modo d'indurre le querele per ogni sorte d'ingiuria alla Pace, also 1562. Italian text, 8vo, approximately 180 x 115 mm, 7 x 4½ inches, each title page with printer's pictorial device, woodcut initials, leaves: (20), 1-68; pages:1-67, (1) - blank, bound in early stiff vellum, hand inked title to spine, speckled edges. Binding very lightly soiled, date in pale ink under roman numerals on title page, otherwise a very good clean copy. According to the National Library of Italy our edition of both works was actually published in Venice by Panvini in 1711 (IT\ICCU\BVEE\001628). Cockle, A Bibliography of Military Books up to 1642, page 230, No. 891; Thimm, Bibliography of Fencing and Duelling, page 19. Il Duello was first published in Venice by Giolioto in 1560. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-06-19 07:55:08
Romana, Celia (fl. 1562), pseudonym?
Venice: [Francesco Rampazetto for] Antonio degli Antoni, 1562. Venice: [Francesco Rampazetto for] Antonio degli Antoni,, 1562. FIRST EDITION.. Octavo:. 20th c. decorated paper over boards. Very lightly toning to first and final leaves. Printer's device on title page, large woodcut historiated initial in text. Rare. OCLC records only five copies in North American libraries (Harvard, Yale, Duke, UCSF, and UCSB). First edition of "Love letters written by Lady Celia, Roman gentlewoman, to her lover", one of the earliest collections of Renaissance Italian women's letters, one of the few collections addressed entirely to one recipient, and possibly "the most popular woman's letter book of the Renaissance."(Kaborycha) Nothing is known of Celia Romana outside of her work and some attribute these lettere to a male author, possibly Girolamo Parabosco, who authored an earlier collection of letters by fictitious women. Yet there is nothing to disprove that these passionate epistles were written by a woman under the pseudonym of Celia to protect her reputation. A note at c. 4v informs us about a second pseudonym adopted in the course of the correspondence: Zima (possibly a borrowing from one of Boccaccio's stories in the Decameron). The book is dedicated to another pious woman, Lisa, who is presented as a friend of Celia's lover, the real force behind the publication. Each letter narrates the struggle of love, the secret meetings, petty jealousies and excruciating waits. "There are sixty-eight letters, among 'thousands written to (her lover) over the course of twelve years,' which … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-12 08:58:00
Rhegius, Urbanus (1489-1541), Ernestus Regius
Noriberage [Nuremberg]: Montanus & Neuber, 1562. Quarto in Sixes. This is the first and most significant edition of Rhegius' collected works. He was a student of John Eck and had become a celebrated court preacher in Augsburg. Initially, he agreed only with Luther's attack on indulgences though he limited this view to his circle of friends; however, he became convinced of Luther's views by 1525. He became Luther's major link to the Saxon theologians and a key figure in the Augsburg Confession and agreeing to have it submitted to Charles V. His correspondence with Melanchthon on taking a conciliatory stance led to the latter's meeting with Martin Bucer on August 22, 1530 resulted in the relative peace among competing voices in the early German Reformation. Once he had those letters of compromise sent to Luther, he met with Luther personally for the first time which he recalled "as the happiest day of his life". He also publicly praised Luther as a theologian without equal in any age (Liebmann, Maximillian). He soon became a key figure in both the territorial and the urban Reformation of northern Germany. He was perhaps the most moderating figure in the Lutheran movement though central to his thought was a pure gospel exclusive of the Catholic sacramental system. His catechisms, homiletical handbooks, and other theological works clarifies his developing thought. He rejected the 1533 plea of Pope Clement VII for a council since he did not believe it would be free of Rome's influence if it were held outside Germany. He did not wish to make the issue of transubstantiation a majo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Alcuin Books [USA]
2020-05-28 04:05:00
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Hotman, Francois
1562. Paris, 1562. Interleaved and annotated. Paris, 1562. Interleaved and annotated. Interleaved Copy Annotated by a French Nobleman [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. Hotman, Francois [1524-1590], Editor. Digestorum seu Pandectarum Libri Quinquaginta ex Pandectis Florentinis Nuper in Lucem Emissis, Quoadeius Fieri Potuit, Repraesentati, & In Septem Partes Justiniani Sententia Distincti, Adjectis Brevibus Francisci Hotomanni Parisiensis I.C. Clarissimi Summariis. Paris: Apud Guilielmum Merlin in ponte nummulariorum et Guilielmum Desboys, 1562. [civ], 258 pp. Interleaved. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, armorial devices to boards, lettering piece to spine. Soiling and a few stains and minor nicks, some wear to spine ends, pastedowns loose, a few chips to vellum along fore-edge of front board, early owner bookplate to front pastedown, early owner signature dated 1729 to front free endpaper, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page. Moderate toning to text, light foxing to a few leaves, occasional faint dampstaining to foot of text block. Annotations in neat contemporary hand, some quite extensive, to several leaves and about a third of the interleaves, occasional early underlining. $750. * This volume is first of a seven-volume edition of the Novels, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Civilis. It belonged to a French noble, Charles Du Ruisseau, "in supremo senatu Patroni." Excepting one page in Latin in a different hand, the annotations, most likely by Du Ruisseau, are in French. Mostly analytical, they reflect … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-23 20:08:10
Tertullian
Froben, 1562. Tertullian. Q. Septimi Florent-tis Tertulliani Carthaginen-sis Autoris Antiquissimi ac Doctissimi Scrii-pta Froben Basileae M D LXII. Folio [10] 898 pages. Missing the Admonition of Bishop Rhenanus about some of Tertullian’s doctrines. (pages 899-end) This is a complete “works of Tertullian.” Tertullian’s writings were important, respected, and preserved, but some of his views were extremist. He was against widows re-marrying and fleeing from persecution. He seems to have coined the term “Trinity” but his views on the relation of the persons did not clearly fit tradition. Hence, this book was issued with a caution from Church authority. That caution is absent in this copy. The last page has “Q. Septimus Florentis Tertulliani Operum Finis.” Other than ink signatures on the title page the interior is very clear, clean, and unfoxed. Full leather later binding, rebacked. A heavy tome requiring extra shipping charges if shipped out of the US. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: South Willington Book Cartel [WILLINGTON, CT, U.S.A.]
2020-05-16 00:17:28
MAUROLICO, Francesco. 1494-1575
Messina: P. Spira, 1562. Late 17th-century gilt-ruled red morocco (joints worn), GILT ARMS OF JEAN-JACQUES CHARRON MARQUIS DE MÉNARS, spine compartments with his gilt cipher and the title, gilt turn-ins, all edges gilt. First Edition: A HYBRID BOOK. Renowned for his work in mathematics, astronomy and optics, Maurolico wrote this history of Sicily on commission from the Senate of Messina, which sought to advance the city's claims to political preeminence on the island. Maurolico describes Sicily's topography, administrative organization, money, trade fairs, monuments, famous men and ancient history (mythological and actual). Two-thirds of his narrative treat medieval and contemporary events.  Some of his recent history suffered excision by the authorities.  The marquis de Ménars (1643-1718) sought out the suppressed passages, had them copied onto twenty-one blank leaves (watermark arms of Colbert, like Gaudriault, Filigranes...en France aux XVIIe et XVIIIe siècles 74) then had these bound in, where the controversial text belonged. In 1706 his library passed to Cardinal A.-G. Rohan (1674-1749) and by descent to Chas. de Rohan prince de Soubise (1715-87; Soubise manuscript shelfmark, Catalogue (1788) 6720), thence to bibliophile and novelist Wm. Beckford (1760-1844; Hamilton Palace Catalogue (1882) 2333), to Quaritch (their memorial bookplate) and to Lucius Wilmerding (1880-1949, bookplate, Sale (1951) 200). In good condition (six tears neatly mended, no loss). ¶Cochrane, Historians and Historiography in the Italian Renaissance 261-2; Mira, Bibliografia siciliana … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-15 07:59:03
du Préau Gabriel
Venise Venezia: 1562. 4 rares impressions de Venise 4 Rare stampate di Venezia Caroli Sigonii, Zamoscii Ioannis Sarii, Stanislao Ilovio polono 4 rares impressions de Venise reliées en 1 volume petit in quarto 21 x 15 cm 4 Rare stampate di Venezia Caroli Sigonii, Zamoscii Ioannis Sarii, Stanislao Ilovio polono Sigonii Caroli de Atheniensium Lacedaemoniorumq.temporibus liber cum privilegio Venetiis MDLXIIII [1564] petit in qiuarto de [3], 48, [3] feuillets.relié avec Sarii Zamoscii ioannis de senatu romano libri duo. Venetiis Ioardum Zilztum MDLXIII [1563] [4] 68 [6] feuillets relié avec Sigonii Caroli de dialogo liber ad ioannem moronum cardinalem Venetiis Ioardum Zilztum MDLXII [1562] de [4] 57, [3] feuilletsreliié avecSynesii episcopi cyrenes ad arcadium imperatorem liber de regno bene administrando. Stanislao Ilovio Polono Interprete . Venetiis Apud Baptistam Somascum MDLXIII [1563] Relié en veau moucheté , dos à nerfs orné plats orné de fine chainette dorées , papier de garde à la cuve, reliure de la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Annotations marginales humanistique en quelques endroits, mouillure claire dans le dernier ouvrage sur quelques feuillets. quelques salissures, cachet à sec et cachet E en marge. Bon exemplaire dans un bel état de conservation avec 4 magnifiques pages de titre. Les livraisons gratuites, si prévues par l'annonce, seront faites au choix de la librairie en fonction du poids, soit en lettre à votre adresse, ou en mondial Relay, livraison à retirer au point relais le plus proche de votre domicile. Nous livrons également en colissimo, colissimo recommandé, Ch … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ABIGALIVRE LIBRAIRIE DU TERRAIL (abigalivre) [Charly, France]
2020-05-13 13:05:04
Pellisson
Italy: 1562. Good. VERY SCARCE PRACTICAL LATIN GRAMMAR SIMPLIFIED BY PELLISSON Pellisson, Jean - Despautere, Jean. Contextus vniuersae grammatices Despauterianae, primae partis, syntaxeos, artis versificatoriae et figurarum: cum suorum commentariorum Epitome, quam fieri potuit breuissime, concinnata, per Ioannem Pellissonem Condriensem. Venetiis (Venice): apud Franciscum Laurentinum de Turino, 1562. 8vo (156x104 mm), contemporary limp vellum, ff. 167, [1]. Woodcut printer's device, woodcut initials. Very scarce edition of Despautere's Latin grammar, simplified by Pellisson. The book includes also Ioannis Pellissonis Condriensis De modo examinandae constructionis in oratione, dialogus interloquutores, praeceptor, & discipulus (leaves 158-167). Jean Pellisson (1500-1599) was a French grammarian, master of College de la Trinité from 1533 to 1535 before being called to lead the College of Tournon. Jean Despautere (about 1460-1520) was a Belgian grammarian, also known as Jean Le Ninivite. Provenance: Contemporary owner's inscription at first paste-down: Addi 5 Febraro 1562 io Metello comprai [...] da Sauro Libraro e mi costò grossi quatro(«The day 5th of February 1562, I Metello bought [...] from Sauro bookseller, and it costed four coins»). 2. Another later inscription at last fly-leaf: Est liber e(st) meus qui vocor Vespasianus («This book is mine, that I'm called Vespasianus») Condition: A fine and unsophisticated copy. References: CNCE 41604. IT\ICCU\BVEE\002358. OCLC, 57016161.
Bookseller: bibliomany [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-13 12:19:05
Bruto Gian Michele
haeredes Iacobi Iuntae, 1562. Bruniture a poche carte, tagli laterali rossi, rare note d'appartenenza coeve alla prima bianca e al frontespizio Marca tipografica con giglio fiorentino in cornice figurata incisa al frontespizio, capilettara incisi.
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-12 03:15:44
Caroli Sigonii, Sigonio Carlo Zamoscii Ioannis Sarii, Stanislao Ilovio polono
Guerrei, Ziletum, Somascum, 1562. 4 rares impressions de Venise reliées en 1 volume petit in quarto 4 Rare stampate di Venezia Caroli Sigonii, Zamoscii Ioannis Sarii, Stanislao Ilovio polono Sigonii Caroli de Atheniensium Lacedaemoniorumq.temporibus liber cum privilegio Venetiis MDLXIIII [1564] petit in qiuarto de [3], 48, [3] feuillets. relié avec Sarii Zamoscii ioannis de senatu romano libri duo. Venetiis Ioardum Zilztum MDLXIII [1563] [4] 68 [6] feuillets relié avec Sigonii Caroli de dialogo liber ad ioannem moronum cardinalem Venetiis Ioardum Zilztum MDLXII [1562] de [4] 57, [3] feuillets reliié avec Synesii episcopi cyrenes ad arcadium imperatorem liber de regno bene administrando. Stanislao Ilovio Polono Interprete . Venetiis Apud Baptistam Somascum MDLXIII [1563] Relié en veau moucheté , dos à nerfs orné plats orné de fine chainette dorées , papier de garde à la cuve, reliure de la fin du XVIIIe siècle. Annotations marginales humanistique en quelques endroits, mouillure claire dans le dernier ouvrage sur quelques feuillets. quelques salissures, cachet à sec et cachet E en marge. Bon exemplaire dans un bel état de conservation avec 4 magnifiques pages de titre. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Daniel Bayard librairie livre luxe book [Millery, France]
2020-05-11 14:00:07
Christoph Forstner
Joh.Beyer Frankfurt, 1562. 13,5 x 9,5 cm , Zwei Teile in einem Band , :Teil I 450 S , Teil II 389 S .Frontseite etwas fleckig ,Adresse auf der Leerseite oben ausgeschnitten und alt ersetzt . Innen mit vielfachen alten dünnen Unterstreichungen- teils in rot . (die "Gebrachsspuren" beziehen sich auf diese Untersreichungen) festes komplettes Buch in recht guter Erhaltung ,Ledereinband ohne Fehlstellen . Habe dieses Buch nirgends gefunden Angebot erbeten
Bookseller: flonheimerbub [Germany]
2020-05-09 03:29:02
de Monte Brixiano Hieronymo - Monti Girolamo
Iordanum Ziletum, 1562. Prima bianca restaurata per circa metà foglio, risarcimento cartaceo al frontespizio senza perdita di testo, antiche annotazioni coeve al margine di poche carte. Nel complesso buono stato generale di conservazione
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-05 15:35:08
Marcus Iunianus Iustinus - Svetonius Tranquillus Gaius
per Henricum Petri, 1562. Brunitura al piatto anteriore, annotazioni coeve di appartenenza ai frontespizi, gora d'acqua e piccole mancanze marginali su quello dello Iustinus Capilettera ornati e figurati a fine volume altra versione della marca tipografica tagli azzurri
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-03 01:06:03
EPHRAEM der Syrer
Dillingen, Sebald Mayer, 1562. "Kl.-8°. 2 w. Bll., Tit., 7 n. num. Bll. (Titelei), 1 w. Bl., 144 num. Bll., 3 w. Bll. Mit 2 Holzschnitt-Init. Pappbd. d. Zt. m. hs. Notenblatt (mit Liedtext u. Hufnagelnotation auf 4 Linien) aus einer mittelalterlichen Missale als Überzugspapier (Rot/Schwarz), 2 Schließbändern u. umseit. Farbschnitt. Bindung geringfüg. gelockert; Schließbänder unvollständig vorhanden; Einbd. abgegriffen, etw. angeschmutzt u. stellenw. fleckig; Läsur am ob. Kapital; Schnitt stellenw. verblasst; beide Spiegel geringfüg. wurmstichig; Bleistift-Marginalien auf erstem Bl.; 2 Namenszüge v. alter Hd. auf Titel; Seitenränder bedingt durch Farbschnitt stärker gebräunt; im Text durchgeh. etw. stockfleckig." "VD 16, E 1576. Lateinische Übersetzung einer Textauswahl des Kirchenschriftstellers Ephraem (syrisch: Afrem; 306?-373) durch den Theologieprofessor u. Domherrn von Santo Stefano in Verona Pietro Francesco ZINI (1520?-1574). Ephraem, der seinen bleibenden Wohnsitz in Edessa nahm, gilt als Begründer der 'Schule der Perser'. Er wohnte als Einsiedler in einer Höhle nahe bei der Stadt, studierte und schriftstellerte unter Beten und Fasten und trat öfter als Bußprediger und Ketzerbestreiter auf. E. ist ein hervorragender Theologe und Schriftsteller der alten syrischen Kirche, ihr größter Redner und Hymnendichter. Er schrieb zahlreiche Kommentare zu biblischen Büchern und dogmatisch-polemische Werke. Vieles wurde ins Griechische übersetzt, aber auch ins Armenische, Arabische und Äthiopische. E. wird als Heiliger verehrt und wurde 1920 zum Doctor ecclesiae erklärt. (vgl. d … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-05-02 14:35:10
Aubert, Rene
Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin ... & Gulielmum Desboys ... ac Sebastianum Niuellium, 1562. Hardcover. Good. 8vo. Collation: a-z8 aa-cc8 = 208 ff. [i.e. 416 pp.], COMPLETE. Wormhole in top margins, not affecting text. Printer's device of Guillaume Merlin on t.p. (Adam and Eve with Globe surrounded by 4 Bible verses = Delalaine, Inventaire [1892], p. 62-63). Bound in contemporary French calf, gilt extra (worn, front joint repaired), all edges gilt. Staining in lower gutter margins (more pronounced in the first four gatherings). No copy in GWU. This is one of the first truly "modern" Indexes of the Digest (Pandects) -- still of use for the study of Roman law. As the present Index makes references to specific book, title, law, and paragraph rather than to pages, it can be used with any edition. In fact there are two Indexes herein: the first alphabetized according to subject, the second by initia (sic). Our copy is preserved in a stricly contemporary gold-tooled French Renaissance binding, and with the contemporary ownership inscription of "Tiberius Selgunno" (and later: "Pottier, Avocat a Loches"). The author, Rene Aubert, dedicated this work to Andre Guillard, Master of Petitions in the Parliament of Brittany. In the dedication Aubert informs us that he wrote the Index at the request of the great scholar-printer Charlotte Guillard, his maternal aunt, who had just published an edition of the Pandectes in 1548 (and again in 1552). This is the only known work by Rene Aubert, a lawyer of the "Suprema Curia" in Paris. This volume was the Index to the 7-vol. 1562 edition of "Di … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-28 20:49:23
Pole, Reginald].
Venetiis, Ex Officina Jordani Zileti, 1562. G/NO DUSTJACKET. Hardcover. Ref. -Leona Rostenberg Catalogue 89 #201. 16mo., bound in vellum. G/NO DUSTJACKET. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2020-04-26 02:21:23
Caspar Schwenkfeld
1562. Deütsche Theologia: für die Gotsförchtigen Laien, vom Herren Christo, vnnd von der christlichen lere der Gottseligkeit. Item Was bey den zwelff Artickeln des glaubens vnd beim Vatterunser sey zůbedencken. Auff frag und Antwort gestllet Durch Caspar Schwenckfeldt. Schwenckfeld, Caspar. [Erscheinungsort nicht ermittelbar], 1562. ---0o0--- Rare mid 1500s edition of the Schwenkfelder Catechism. German theologian Caspar Schwenckfeld von Ossig (1489-1561) was one of the earliest promoters of the Protestant Reformation in Silesia; he is credited as founding the Schwenkfelder movement, a branch of Anabaptism. In his writings he opposed war, secret societies, the taking of oaths, infant baptism, and the establishment of denominations. Breaking away from Luther's tenents, and eventually being expelled from Silesia by Luther himself, his movement influenced pietism and Anabaptism in Europe, and Puritanism in North America; his followers found root in the early 1700s in Pennsylvania and to this day the Schwenkfelder Church remains active with about 3,000 members in the United States. Original vellum quarto measuring 7 ½" by 6.25"; some woiling to the vellum and loss to the spine covering, hinges holding firm and binding strong. Pages for the most part clean. Red page edges. Pagination calls for (6), 71 numbered leaves, our copy lacking the title page and 5 leaves (24-28). This very rare & important Anabaptist Catechism is currently the only being offered at market, in any shape, and is one of only 7 known copies held anywhere, with ZERO in the United States. Good luck! [Attri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-25 10:26:48
1562. Volume de format in-8 de 4ff 496pp & 133ff Edité par Gillium AEGIDIUM & Jacques KERVER à PARIS Matteo Realdo Colombo ou Realdus Columbus (Crémone, 1510 - Padoue, 1559) était un médecin et chirurgien italien de la Renaissance, ami de Michel-Ange, qui fut professeur d'anatomie à l'Université de Padoue entre 1544 et 1559. La première édition est parue en 1559 Gabriele Falloppio ou Gabriele Falloppia (né v. 1523 à Modène - mort le 9 octobre 1562 à Padoue), connu dans les lettres françaises sous le nom de Gabriel Fallope et connu dans la République des Lettres sous son nom latin Fallopius, était un naturaliste, un botaniste, un anatomiste et un chirurgien italien du XVIe siècle, considéré comme l'un des plus importants anatomistes et médecins de son époque. Première édition parisienne du premier des livres que Fallope fit paraitre à Venise en 1561 Vélin d'époque Vélin bruni avec petits manques Manque les lacets Page de titre du 1er volume sali avec mouillure sur le haut Mouillure angulaire sur quelques pages sinon BEL ET RARE EXEMPLAIRE VOIR NOTRE BOUTIQUE EBAY Abonnez vous à notre boutique pour etre tenu au courant de nos nouveautés.
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2020-04-24 19:51:08
[ SCHUSSENRIED (Werner von) ].
99198 [ SCHUSSENRIED (Werner von) ]. Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas passim in jure t 1562 [ SCHUSSENRIED (Werner von) ]. Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas passim in jure tam Civili quàm Pontificio ocurrentes, nunc primùm integritati sua restitutus. Huic accessere Tituli (quae et Rubricae vulgo nuncupantur) in universum Ius Civile. Parisiis, Apud Gulielmum Desboys, 1562.RELIE AVEC (à la suite): 2). LEGUM FLOSCULI, nunc demum suae integritati restituti. Parisiis, Apud Gulielmum Desboys, 1566.3). BROCARDICA IURIS, seu verius,, communes Iurium sententia, serie alphabetica digestae: post multa tandem secula natalibus velut suis restitutae, hoc est, à mendis librariorum repurgatae. Parisiis, Apud Gulielmum Desboys, 1566.4). DANTOINE (Jean Baptiste). Alphabetica series Rubricarum omnium Juris Utriusque, Civilis et Canonici. In duas Tabulas distributa. Editio Nova. Gratianopoli, Apud Vid. A. Giroud, 1770. Ensemble 4 ouvrages en 1 volume in-12. 1). 1f. 55ff. 2). 42ff. non chiffrés. 3). 32ff. non chiffrés. 4). 135pp. Plein veau, dos lisse orné (reliure du 18e siècle). Intéressant recueil de 3 ouvrages juridiques largement utilisés, notamment par les étudiants, et souvent réimprimés tout au long du 16e siècle. Le 'Modus Legendi Abbreviaturas', le plus connu, est un petit traité permettant de résoudre les abréviations contenues dans le 'Corpus Iuris Canonici' et le 'Corpus Iuris Civilis'. Son attribution à Werner von Schussenried date de la découverte en 1911, dans un décret versifié du présent ouvrage, d'un acrostiche du nom de l'auteur. Le 'Legum Flosculi' et le 'Brocardica Juris' sont des ré … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-22 13:45:04
RAMUS (Pierre).
61767 RAMUS (Pierre). Liber de moribus veterum Gallorum... 1562 RAMUS (Pierre). Liber de moribus veterum Gallorum... 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.
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2020-04-18 19:50:09
1562. SELTENE AUSGABE CATALOGVS TESTIUM UERITATIS QUI ANTE NOSTRAM AETATEM PONTIFICI ROMANO VON MATHIAE FLACII / 2 WERKE IN EINEM BUCH Sie bieten auf eine sehr seltene Ausgabe gedruckt in Strassburg im Verlag von Paulum Macheropeaum aus dem Jahre 1562. Gebunden in einen Halbledereinband des 19. Jahrhunderts im Format: 28,5cm x 18cm. Kollationierung: 6 Blatt, 586 Seiten, 6 Blatt Index; 1 w. Blatt, 58 Seiten ZUSTAND: Gutes Exemplar mit Gebrauchsspuren, Einband berieben und etwas bescharbt, Vorsätze erneuert , gute Bindung, schwach fleckig und gebräunt. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2020-04-16 11:39:31
107229 CENSURA GENERALIS CONTRA ERRORES, quibus recentes haeretici sacram scriptu 1562 CENSURA GENERALIS CONTRA ERRORES, quibus recentes haeretici sacram scripturam asperserunt, edita à supremo Senatu Inquisitionis, constituto adversus haereticam pravitatem, et apostasiam in Hispania, et aliis regnis, et dominiis Caesareae Maiestati subiectis. Venetiis, ex officina Iordani Zileti, 1562.RELIE AVEC (en tête): 2). CAMPEGGI (Camillo). De Pontificis Maximi, Concilii'q Generalis Auctoritate ad Basileensium Oratorem responsio, Coràm Sanctissimo D. Eugenio Papa IIII, Sacro Cardinalium Senatu, caeterisque Romanae curiae proceribus, in Concilio Florentino, viva voce, exhibita per Joannem à Turre Cremata. Nunc primum in lucem edita. Accesserunt rerum insignium summae, cum Indice locupletissimo. Venetiis, ex officina Iordani Zileti, 1562. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4. 1). 30ff. chiffrés. 2). 4ff. 62ff. chiffrés. 6ff. Plein vélin souple de l'époque. Précieuse édition, la seconde, de cette Censure générale des Bibles, le deuxième Index espagnol de livres prohibés qui vit le jour pour la première fois à Valladolid en 1554, et qui ne fut précédé que par une liste publiée en 1551 sous le titre de "Catalogi librorum reprobatorum". Cet Index répertorie les éditions de la Bible, pour la plupart imprimées en France, qui étaient suspectées de contenir des doctrines hérétiques.L'édition originale de 1554 devenue introuvable fit l'objet d'une réimpression à New York vers 1895. Relié avec, en tête du volume, un ouvrage de droit pontifical sur l'autorité du Pape sur les Conciles (cachets annulés sur … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-13 17:53:21
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. Henrys book, written in Latin, offers an argument strongly in favour of traditional medieval doctrine, and excoriates Luther for his impertinent calumnies. Given Henrys later career, the book is also notable for its defence of papal authority and the indissolubility of marriage. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.
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2020-04-09 01:44:14
SEXTUS EMPIRICUS [Sexti Philosophi].
Henricus Stefanus, Geneva, 1562. 2 blank leaves + TP + 2-288 + 2 blank leaves. Small Octavo. First Edition (Editio Princeps).The Editio Princeps of Sextus Empiricus' Great Work on ScepticismThe Only Surviving Text from Ancient Times Explaining PyrrhonismThe writings of Sextus Empiricus (ca. 160-210 AD) are the only surviving texts explaining the view of the Pyrrhonian Skeptical movement of ancient times. That movement takes its name from Pyrrho of Elis (c. 367-275 BC) who doubted that there is any way by which one can attain knowledge. He urged that judgment be suspended as to whether any particular assertion is true or false. He argued that to suspend judgment leads to a state of indifference toward the world and to an inner tranquility that enables one to live at peace in a troubled world.The Outlines of Pyrrhonism contains a veritable storehouse of skeptical arguments designed to confound all other philosophers. Following the tradition established by Pyrrho, Sextus maintained that skepticism came about through sincere examination of the various schools of philosophy, none of which offered a satisfactory and comprehensive solution to the basic philosophical questions. Therefore, all judgment should be suspended, in order to achieve tranquility of the mind. Sensory evidence was admissible only as a subjective claim, true according to one person's perceptions but not necessarily true for anyone else. Philosophical theories were not needed in order to respond appropriately to the practical needs of everyday life.This editio princeps Latin translation of the Outlines was publ … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-09 01:11:28
Philipp I, the Magnanimous, Landgrave of Hesse (1504-1567).
1562. Folio. 3 ½ pp. on folded double leaf. With papered seal. In German. Extensive instructions to his son William IV, Landgrave of Kassel (1532-92). The eldest son of Philipp, William "the Wise" became the founder of the line of Hesse-Kassel, which survives to this day. After the death of Philipp, the foremost Protestant prince, Hesse was divided among his four sons. On 6 April 1562, a few months before the present document was composed, William had been designated by his father to receive the portion around the capital Kassel. - The instructions to the Landgrave and to his lieutenants and colonels in Kassel focus particularly on the application of the Augsburg Confession, the relationships between the Margraves and the Counts Palatinate, the attitude towards the French, etc.: "Instruction was unser sohnn landegrave Wilhelm, unnd unser hofmarschalk, unnd seinen binge, zu Cassell verhandeln, vornehmen, und von unserrn wegen verweisen mugen, auch wie den zweien obristen handlenn, unnd zwischen dem von Undeloch, unnd denselbigen obristen miteln konnen [...]". - Some staining to outside pages, otherwise well-preserved specimen.
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2020-04-01 11:39:10
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Hotman, Francois
1562. Paris, 1562. Interleaved and annotated. Annotated by a French Nobleman [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. Hotman, Francois [1524-1590], Editor. Digestorum seu Pandectarum Libri Quinquaginta ex Pandectis Florentinis Nuper in Lucem Emissis, Quoadeius Fieri Potuit, Repraesentati, & In Septem Partes Justiniani Sententia Distincti, Adjectis Brevibus Francisci Hotomanni Parisiensis I.C. Clarissimi Summariis. Paris: Apud Guilielmum Merlin in ponte nummulariorum et Guilielmum Desboys, 1562. [civ], 258 pp. Interleaved and annotated. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, armorial devices to boards, lettering piece to spine. Soiling and a few stains and minor nicks, some wear to spine ends, pastedowns loose, a few chips to vellum along fore-edge of front board, early owner bookplate to front pastedown, early pwner signature dated 1729 to front free endpaper, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page. Moderate toning to text, light foxing to a few leaves, occasional faint dampstaining to foot of text block. Annotations in neat contemporary hand, some quite extensive, to several leaves and about a third of the interleaves, occasional early underlining. $750. * This volume is first of a seven-volume edition of the Novels, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Civilis. It belonged to a French noble, Charles Du Ruisseau, "in supremo senatu Patroni." Excepting one page in Latin in a different hand, the annotations, most likely by Du Ruisseau, are in French. Mostly analytical, they reflect considerable engagement with the text. Sever … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-04-01 02:46:32
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Hotman, Francois
Paris, 1562. Interleaved and annotated. Annotated by a French Nobleman [Justinian I (485-565 CE), Emperor of the East]. Hotman, Francois [1524-1590], Editor. Digestorum seu Pandectarum Libri Quinquaginta ex Pandectis Florentinis Nuper in Lucem Emissis, Quoadeius Fieri Potuit, Repraesentati, & In Septem Partes Justiniani Sententia Distincti, Adjectis Brevibus Francisci Hotomanni Parisiensis I.C. Clarissimi Summariis. Paris: Apud Guilielmum Merlin in ponte nummulariorum et Guilielmum Desboys, 1562. [civ], 258 pp. Interleaved and annotated. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, armorial devices to boards, lettering piece to spine. Soiling and a few stains and minor nicks, some wear to spine ends, pastedowns loose, a few chips to vellum along fore-edge of front board, early owner bookplate to front pastedown, early pwner signature dated 1729 to front free endpaper, crack in text block between front free endpaper and title page. Moderate toning to text, light foxing to a few leaves, occasional faint dampstaining to foot of text block. Annotations in neat contemporary hand, some quite extensive, to several leaves and about a third of the interleaves, occasional early underlining. $750. * This volume is first of a seven-volume edition of the Novels, one of the four components of the Corpus Juris Civilis. It belonged to a French noble, Charles Du Ruisseau, "in supremo senatu Patroni." Excepting one page in Latin in a different hand, the annotations, most likely by Du Ruisseau, are in French. Mostly analytical, they reflect considerable engagement with the text. Several inc … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-20 07:55:27
Platina (1421-1481)
Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum, 1562. Platina (1421-1481) Bap. Platinae Cremonensis, Opvs de vitis ac gestis svmmorvm Pontificvm, ad sva vsqve tempora dedvctvm, et avctvm deinde accessione rerum gestarum eorum Pontificum qui Paulo II. in quo Platina desinit vsque ad Clementem VII successrunt... ...Et nunc postremo` multo` locupletius redditum per ... Onuphrium Panuinium, qui seriem historiae ... continuauit vsque ad Pium IIII ... Accessit item breue ... omnium Romanorum Pontificum et schismatum chronicon ab eodem Onuphrio nunc primum Alia... First Edition Hardback Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum, 1562 Very Good Book Publishing Details Author: Platina (1421-1481)Full title: Bap. Platinae Cremonensis, Opvs de vitis ac gestis svmmorvm Pontificvm, ad sva vsqve tempora dedvctvm, et avctvm deinde accessione rerum gestarum eorum Pontificum qui Paulo II. in quo Platina desinit vsque ad Clementem VII successrunt... ...Et nunc postremo` multo` locupletius redditum per ... Onuphrium Panuinium, qui seriem historiae ... continuauit vsque ad Pium IIII ... Accessit item breue ... omnium Romanorum Pontificum et schismatum chronicon ab eodem Onuphrio nunc primum Alia...Publisher: Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum, 1562Edition: First EditionBinding: HardbackBook ID: 223865 Comments & Item Features Shadow staining to some margins. Very good copy in near-contemporary vellum over bevelled boards; the title applied to the upper spine. Raised bands etc. Boards bordered in blind. Spine bands and panel edges somewhat rubbed and dust-toned as with age. Remains quite well-preserved overall; tight, bright, clean a … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-18 07:22:21
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Holoander, Greg
1562. Paris, 1562. Paris, 1562. A Respected Edition of the Novels Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Holoander, Gregor [1501-1531], Editor and Annotator. Scrimger, Henry [1506-1572], Editor and Annotator. Novellarum Constitutionu[m] DN. Iustiniani Principis Volumen, Quod Authenticon Vocant, Gregorio Haloandro Interprete, Ad Scrimgerianam Editionem Diligenter Collatum, Ac Sedulo Emendatum: Cui Accesserunt Canones Apostolorum. Feudorum Libri Duo. Constitutiones Lothari III. & Friderichi II. Impp. Extravagantes Henrici VII. Imp. Tractatus de Pace Constantiae: Et Nunc Recens Iustiniani Imperatoris Edicta, Henrico Agylaeo Interprete. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin, 1562. [viii], 332, [4] ff. Last leaf blank. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, blind panels enclosing large blind arabesques to boards, pastedowns renewed. Negligible light soiling, boards slightly bowed, spine ends bumped, owner signature clipped from upper corner of front free endpaper, later owner annotation to following endleaf, early owner signature to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, a few chips and some edgewear to front endleaves. $1,250. * Along with the Institutes, Code and Digest, the Novels is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. The first three books were commissioned by the Justinian I in 530CE. The Code is the restated code of law, the Digest is a compilation of legal opinions and the Institutes is an introductory textbook on the Code. The Novels is a compilation of laws enacted after the publication of the Code. The subsequent influence … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-03-04 14:35:30
CAMBINI, Andrea.
London By Rouland Hall for Humfrey Toye dwelling in paules Churche yearde at the signe of the Helmette, 1562. First edition in English, 4to (17.4 x 12.5 cm.), [10], 32, 32-68, 99-100, 1-42, [2] leaves mostly black letter, without final blank, later green calf gilt, gilt edges, some minor tears, occasional small repairs, running titles shaved, an excellent example. Cambini was a Florentine humanist scholar; his work on the origin of the Ottomans was first published posthumously in 1529. 'According to Runciman, Cambini consulted survivors of the Siege of Constantinople in composing this important work , which provides an account of the Turks up to 1517, the date of the Ottoman conquest of Egypt' (Atabey). As well as being The earliest work in English on the Ottoman Empire, it also includes the earliest English treatise on military discipline. The translator, John Shute, appears to have seen some military service abroad; there is a long preface by him on discipline and soldiery. Cockle notes 'This is the earliest English composition, not a translation, on military discipline, as we now understand the word' (p. 21). Rare. ESTC lists 4 copies in the UK, one in Europe, and 8 in the USA. Cf. Atabey 185; Cf. Blackmer 273; ESTC S107293; STC 4470 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
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2020-03-03 08:56:33
1562. La prima parte della Geografia di Strabone, di greco tradotta in volgare italiano da M. Alfonso Buonacciuoli [...] con due copiosissime tavole l'una de' nomi antichi & moderni, l'altra di tutti i nomi, & cose notabili, che in questo libro si contengono. In Venetia, appresso Francesco Senese, 1562, carte [36], 226 [ma 200]. [Legato con:] La seconda parte della Geografia di Strabone di greco tradotta in volgare italiano da M. Alfonso Buonacciuoli [...] Con due copiosissime tavole l'una de' nomi antichi & moderni, l'altra di tutti i nomi, & cose notabili, che in questo libro si contengono. In Ferrara, appresso Francesco Senese, 1565, pp. [52], 320. Esemplare fresco, carte non ingiallite, senza timbri, tagli azzurrini. 2 volumi in 1 con legatura in piena pergamena con dorso lesionato Alcuni primi quinterni e pagine slegate, da smontare, restaurare e rilegare. Mancano 2 fogli (88 e 88r e 89 e 89r) (che si forniscono in fotocopia) PER ALTRE IMMAGINI O INFORMAZIONI SCRIVETE. https://www.gozzini.it/product/la-prima-parte-della-geografia-di-strabone-di-greco-tradotta-in-volgare-italiano-da-m-alfonso-buonacciuoli-con-due-copiosissime-tavole-luna-de-nomi-antichi-moderni-laltra-di-tutti-i-nomi/ Spedizione per Raccomandata.
Bookseller: argo2001_it [Baffadi, IT]
2020-03-01 00:13:25
London: John Day, 1562. Hughe Latimer, 27 sermons preached by the ryght Reuerende father in God and constant matir of Iesus Christe Printed by John Day Quarto 7 1/4" x 5 1/4" x 1 1/2" 27 sermons preached by the ryght Reuerende father in God and constant matir of Iesus Christe...London: John Day, 1562. 4to. [3] leaves, 23-122, two leaves in manuscript, 124-149 (i.e. 128), two leaves in manuscript; [5] leaves; 148 leaves; 22 leaves (D8-Q8; A4, C2; B8-U4; A8-C6); numerous errors in pagination. Leaves A8-C6 presumably misbound at rear; lacking part title A1, presumably for "Certain godly sermons..."; three leaves lacking and supplied in manuscript (leaves Q1, Q7-8). Illustrated with one folding woodcut plate at front. 20th century quarter brown goat over marbled paper-covered boards, spine stamped in gilt; all edges trimmed. Text trimmed close, affecting some sidenote letters; woodcut at front trimmed close, affecting some image area, with a small repair to fold; text leaves toned; edges slightly darkened, scattered soiling to same; top edge of leaf N7 repaired; scattered minor soiling, more pronounced soiling to P7v and P8, E6, K4, M8v, and at foot of P3-4; small hole at center of leaf N6; fore-edge of terminal leaf (C6) repaired; small chipping and closed tears to fore-edges and corners of most leaves; occasional marginal manuscript annotations. STC 15276.Hugh Latimer (1487-1555), was a fellow of Clare College, Cambridge, Bishop of Worcester, and Church of England chaplain to King Edward VI. In 1555 he was burned at the stake under the rule of Queen Mary, and subsequently bec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Books of Truth (books_of_truth) [Broomfield, Colorado, US]
2020-02-29 05:56:53
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Holoander, Greg
1562. Paris, 1562. Paris, 1562. A Respected Edition of the Novels Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Holoander, Gregor [1501-1531], Editor and Annotator. Scrimger, Henry [1506-1572], Editor and Annotator. Novellarum Constitutionu[m] DN. Iustiniani Principis Volumen, Quod Authenticon Vocant, Gregorio Haloandro Interprete, Ad Scrimgerianam Editionem Diligenter Collatum, Ac Sedulo Emendatum: Cui Accesserunt Canones Apostolorum. Feudorum Libri Duo. Constitutiones Lothari III. & Friderichi II. Impp. Extravagantes Henrici VII. Imp. Tractatus de Pace Constantiae: Et Nunc Recens Iustiniani Imperatoris Edicta, Henrico Agylaeo Interprete. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin, 1562. [viii], 332, [4] ff. Last leaf blank. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, blind panels enclosing large blind arabesques to boards, pastedowns renewed. Negligible light soiling, boards slightly bowed, spine ends bumped, owner signature clipped from upper corner of front free endpaper, later owner annotation to following endleaf, early owner signature to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, a few chips and some edgewear to front endleaves. $1,250. * Along with the Institutes, Code and Digest, the Novels is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. The first three books were commissioned by the Justinian I in 530CE. The Code is the restated code of law, the Digest is a compilation of legal opinions and the Institutes is an introductory textbook on the Code. The Novels is a compilation of laws enacted after the publication of the Code. The subsequent influence … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-02-28 10:31:34
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Holoander, Greg
1562. Paris, 1562. A Respected Edition of the Novels Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Holoander, Gregor [1501-1531], Translator and Editor. Scrimger, Henry [1506-1572], Editor and Annotator. Novellarum Constitutionu[m] DN. Iustiniani Principis Volumen, Quod Authenticon Vocant, Gregorio Haloandro Interprete, Ad Scrimgerianam Editionem Diligenter Collatum, Ac Sedulo Emendatum: Cui Accesserunt Canones Apostolorum. Feudorum Libri Duo. Constitutiones Lothari III. & Friderichi II. Impp. Extravagantes Henrici VII. Imp. Tractatus de Pace Constantiae: Et Nunc Recens Iustiniani Imperatoris Edicta, Henrico Agylaeo Interprete. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin, 1562. [viii], 332, [4] ff. Last leaf blank. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, blind panels enclosing large blind arabesques to boards, pastedowns renewed. Negligible light soiling, boards slightly bowed, spine ends bumped, owner signature clipped from upper corner of front free endpaper, later owner annotation to following endleaf, early owner signature to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, a few chips and some edgewear to front endleaves. $1,250. * Along with the Institutes, Code and Digest, the Novels is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. The first three books were commissioned by the Justinian I in 530CE. The Code is the restated code of law, the Digest is a compilation of legal opinions and the Institutes is an introductory textbook on the Code. The Novels is a compilation of laws enacted after the publication of the Code. The subsequent influence of these book … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-02-28 05:56:20
Justinian I, Emperor of the East; Holoander, Greg
Paris, 1562. A Respected Edition of the Novels Justinian I [483-565 CE], Emperor of the East. Holoander, Gregor [1501-1531], Editor and Annotator. Scrimger, Henry [1506-1572], Editor and Annotator. Novellarum Constitutionu[m] DN. Iustiniani Principis Volumen, Quod Authenticon Vocant, Gregorio Haloandro Interprete, Ad Scrimgerianam Editionem Diligenter Collatum, Ac Sedulo Emendatum: Cui Accesserunt Canones Apostolorum. Feudorum Libri Duo. Constitutiones Lothari III. & Friderichi II. Impp. Extravagantes Henrici VII. Imp. Tractatus de Pace Constantiae: Et Nunc Recens Iustiniani Imperatoris Edicta, Henrico Agylaeo Interprete. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin, 1562. [viii], 332, [4] ff. Last leaf blank. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, blind panels enclosing large blind arabesques to boards, pastedowns renewed. Negligible light soiling, boards slightly bowed, spine ends bumped, owner signature clipped from upper corner of front free endpaper, later owner annotation to following endleaf, early owner signature to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, a few chips and some edgewear to front endleaves. $1,250. * Along with the Institutes, Code and Digest, the Novels is one of the writings known collectively as the Corpus Juris Civilis. The first three books were commissioned by the Justinian I in 530CE. The Code is the restated code of law, the Digest is a compilation of legal opinions and the Institutes is an introductory textbook on the Code. The Novels is a compilation of laws enacted after the publication of the Code. The subsequent influence of these books on Eu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2020-02-27 08:06:25
1562. Two books bound together: Vergilius' writings and a commentary on Aristotle. 1. P. Virgilii Maronis, poetae Mantuani, universum poema. Venice: Ioannem Mariam Bonellum, 1562. Latin. An annotated edition of the writings of the Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro (19-70 B.C.E). With illustrated initials and in-text illustrations (woodcuts). 2. Petri Victorii commentarij longe doctissimi in tres libros Aristotelis de Arte dicendi [ex officina Ioannis Oporini, 1549 - according to the colophon], Basel. Latin and a little Greek. A commentary on Aristotle's rhetoric, by the Italian philologist and humanist Piero Vettori (1499-1585). [4], 413 leaves (slight mispagination); [11] pp, 871 [i.e. 870] columns, [8] pp, approx. 30 cm. (Folio, 8.5 by 12")Vellum bound. Good condition. Old notations on several pages. Bookplate. Small wormholes in the upper margins of approx. a hundred leaves at the end of the book.From the estate of Prof. Shlomo Simonsohn.PLEASE SEE MY BOTH EBAY'S STORES FOR MORE LISTINGS - MOTKA and MOTKA1(699) Please see my other auctions Refund Policy: We will issue a FULL REFUND, 100% money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase. Items must be returned to us within 20 days in order to receive a refund or replacement. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.
Bookseller: MotkaCom (motka) [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2020-02-21 09:57:04
Paracelsus, d.i. Theophrastus von Hohenheim
Frankfurt a. M, Weygand Han und Georg Raben, 1562. Kl.-4°. (12) Bl., 115 Bl., 1 weisses Bl.; (11) Bl., 1 weisses Bl., 129 Bl., (1) Bl.; 78, (1) Bl., 1 weisses Bl. Mit 3 Titelholzschnitten und 2 ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband aus der Zeit mit Rollstempelverzierung über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschliessen sowie mit unschön erneuertem Rücken. + Wichtig: Für unsere Kunden in der EU erfolgt der Versand alle 14 Tage verzollt ab Deutschland / Postbank-Konto in Deutschland vorhanden +, A|B|C Sudhoff 49?51. ? VD16 P 458. ? Nachdruck nach der Augsburger Ausgabe von 1537, dort jedoch nur in zwei Teilen. Der dritte Teil bildet die Schrift «von der frantzösischen Kranckheit», die 1533 von H. Gülfferichs gedruckt erschien. Han und Rabe hatten die Restauflage dieser Ausgabe übernommen und für einen Teil ihrer Neuausgabe verwendet. Die drei Titelholzschnitte mit verschiedenen Darstellungen von Krankenzimmern. Die beiden ganzseitigen Holzschnitttafeln zeigen chirurgische Instrumente sowie den Planetenkreis. ? Angebunden: Ders.: Baderbüchlin. Sechs köstliche Trakctat, armen und reychen, nutzlich und notwendig, von Wasserbädern. Woher die selbigen warm, und andere Wasser kalt ... Gedruckt zu Mühlhausen, im oberen Elass durch Peter Schmid, 1562. (32) Bl. (das letzte leer). Mit 5 grossen Textholzschnitten und mit einigen kleinen Holzschnitten, Initialen und einer Druckermarke. ? Sudhoff 45. VD 16 P 413. ? Bearbeitet von Adam Bodenstein. Das Papier mit einigen kleineren Wurmgängen. In der Mitte des Bandes über mehrere Lagen wasserrandig. Der Einband fleckig. [3 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: EOS Buchantiquariat Benz [Switzerland]
2020-02-18 16:18:18
Sansovino Francesco
1562. [Orazioni-Volgare] (cm.21,3) buona piena pergamena dell' epoca con ottimi piccoli restauri marginali. -- cc. 8 nn., cc. 192; cc. 4 nn., cc. 116. (la 192 e la 116 sono bianche al verso), elegante corsivo, fregi e capolettera figurati. Le due parti hanno frontis proprio e colophon in fine. Seconda edizione assai pregiata, corretta e dimolto ampliata rispetto alla prima del 1561. Questa raccolta ebbe parecchie ristampe, la nostra ha la dedica del Sansovino al Sig. Paolo Contarini; contiene 51 orazioni sui più svariati argomenti civili e militari. Lingua toscana, libertà di Siena, lotta contra il Turco, fatti di Boemia, Urbino, Ferrara, Lucca, Genova, Inghilterra, Fiandra ecc. Fra i molti autori: il Della Casa, Tolomei, Trissino, Guidiccioni, ecc. L' orazione funebre del Bembo è del Varchi. Uno strappo senza perdita di testo e piccoli difetti a carta 5 della prima parte, lievi aloni alle prime carte e qualche macchiolina, altrimenti bell' esemplare ben completo e con la marca tipografica all' inizio colorata a tempera verde dell' epoca. Abbastanza raro, manca a Razzolini, Poggiali, Choix, Passano ed Adams. * Gamba 1547, in nota con ampio commento; Cat. Libri (1861) n° 6465; Bertoloni " Serie de Testi di Lingua" 1846, pag. 119 n° G 1054.
Bookseller: LibriAntichiArezzo-FC Edizioni (studio.bibliografico.libri.antichi.arezzo) [ Arezzo, IT]
2020-02-16 13:49:24
Hugh Latimer
London: Please read description. 1562 Hugh Latimer Sermons Published by: John Day One of the 3 Oxford Martyrs During the reign of Henry's son Edward VI, he was restored to favour as the English church moved in a more Protestant direction, becoming court preacher until 1550. He then served as chaplain to Katherine Duchess of Suffolk. However, when Edward VI's sister Mary I came to the throne, he was tried for his beliefs and teachings in Oxford and imprisoned. In October 1555 he was burned at the stake outside Balliol College, Oxford. Condition: The book is in very nice condition, and in keeping with the day, it has portions that are mis-paginated and incorrectly numbered pages. However it is complete and a very rare addition to any collectors library. Measures: 7" X 5.5".
Bookseller: trackntree [Florence, Arizona, US]
2020-02-13 02:18:35
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]
2020-02-13 02:18:35
Paracelsus, Theophrastus
Frankfurt: G. Raben & heirs of W. Hanen, 1562. Paracelsus, Theophrastus Philippus Aureolus Bombastus von Hohenheim (1493-1541). Erster [Ander; Dritter] Theil der grossen Wundartzeney . . . von allen Wunden, Stich, Brendt, Thierbissz, Beinbrüch . . . 3 vols. in 1, 4to. [12], 115, [1, blank]; [12], 129, [1, colophon]; [74]ff. Titles in red and black. Large woodcut vignettes on the titles of each volume, each illustrating a different medical or surgical procedure; woodcut illustration of surgical instruments on leaf **4 of the Erster Theil; astrological woodcut on f. 64 of the same volume. [Frankfurt: G. Raben and the heirs of W. Hanen, n.d. (1563)]. 198 x 150 mm. 16th-century blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, brass clasps, corners worn, some age-darkening, small wormhole in front cover. Light marginal dampstaining, edges frayed, some toning, title of first part soiled, but very good. One or two marginal annotations, some notes in different hands on the front and rear pastedowns. Rare Early Illustrated Edition of Paracelsus's Der grossenn Wundartzney (first ed. 1536), his first book on surgical technique, and the only major book by him published during his lifetime. "Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bonbastus von Hohenheim, also known as Paracelsus, remains one of the most controversial and remarkable personalities of the Renaissance. He has been described as a quack, a magician, and astrologer, and an alchemist, as well as a brilliant physician, prophet, and genius. Sir William Osler called him the 'Luther of medicine,' and Fielding Garrison lauded him as 'the most or … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman & Co., Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-09 11:17:42
1562. Trixum Plotin, Plotinus. De rebus philosophicis libri LIIII. in Enneades sex distributi, a Marsilio Ficino e Graeca lingua in Latinam versi. Basel, Guarinus, 1562. Folio. 14 Bll., 365 num. Bll., 23 Bll., mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel und vielen figürlichen Initialen Pergament um 1900 mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. - VD16 ZV 12585; Adams P 1600; nicht im STC sowie bei Schweiger, Hoffmann und Ebert; vgl. Hieronymus, Griech. Geist, 154. - Die Übersetzung der Werke des Begründers des Neuplatonismus war erstmals 1492 in Florenz erschienen, besorgt vom führenden Neuplatoniker der Renaissance, Marsilius Ficinus. Die Ausgabe wurde 1540 in Köln nachgedruckt. Die vorliegende erschien erstmals 1559 bei Perna in Basel; ihr liegt zwar die alte Übersetzung zugrunde, diese wurde aber durchgesehen, von Dominicus Monthesaurus (Montesoro) aus Verona mit einer alten griechischen Handschrift verglichen und an zahlreichen Stellen verbessert. Überdies wurde der Text Plotins von dem des Ficinus durch unterschiedliche Größe der Typen abgehoben. - "Ein reformatorisches Werk ist unser Druck nicht, als kirchenkonform galt sein Übersetzer allerdings auch nicht" (Hieronymus). - Etwas gebräunt, teils leicht stockig, wenige Lagen stärker. Titel mit kleinem Besitzvermerk von 1908 und älterem Wappenstempel mit gekrönten Bourbonen-Lilien und den Initialen "AMDB". Vorsatz mit älterem (18. Jh.) Vermerk "ad usum ill. Mmo. Sig. M. Andrea Bourbon & Monte". Bilder XXL Bilder und mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen bei www.trixum.de Diese Auktion wurde mit trixum.de erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2020-02-07 11:55:03
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 [Italy]
2020-01-31 11:39:36
Orologi, Giuseppe
Venice: Gabriele Giolito de'Ferrari, 1562. 8vo. 156 x 98 mm., (6 ¼ x 4 inches). [16], 207, [3] pp., including final blank. Illustrated with a woodcut printer's device to the title-page and a full-page device to the final leaf. Bound in contemporary paste-paper boards; some soiling to the covers and slight wear to the spine; paper shelf label at head of spine covering a manuscript number and a couple of dates on front endpapers. First edition and only edition, scarce in the trade. Important book criticizing the art world in mid-16th century Italy, where personal collections of paintings, drawings, sculpture and jewelry were being formed by a growing number of wealthy patrons. Orologi, a relatively unknown critic satirizes both collectors and artists who were participating in "deceitful" (inganno) practices to bolster their ownership of pieces of art. In an essay by Sally Hickson, which appears in "I castelli di yale", she writes, "This essay deals with only one aspect of Orologi's interest in art deception, and that is with the deception of art itself. In its very nature as a practice of imitation, art was long perceived to be an exercise in deceiving the senses. However, the growing status of art objects as both intellectual and economic commodities in Orologi's time created a mania for conspicuous consumption that led to collectors to deceive each other in their frenzy to acquire objects, to falsely assume an expertise in evaluating the worth of such objects, and to confuse ownership and acquisition with self-worth, self-image and self-knowledge. … [Click Below for Full Description]
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