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        Florentinae Historiae Libro Octo Priores cum Indice locupletissimo

      Apud Haeredes Iacobi Iuntae (in fine: Excudebat Iacobus Faurus) 1562 8vi (cm. 22,5), 16 cc.nn., 463(1) pp., 16 cc.nn. Grande marca tipografica al frontespizio. Legatura seicentesca in bazzana con nervi, fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Firme ms. e qualche macchia di inchiostro al frontis. Margine superiore sobrio. Edizione originale di unâ??opera divenuta rara perché i Medici fecero distruggere molte copie a causa delle critiche rivolte dallâ??A. alla loro famiglia. Moreni, I, 180; Lozzi, 1785.

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        Le orationi di Marco Tullio Cicerone tradotte da M. Lodovico Dolce. Prima parte (seconda e terza)

      appresso Gabriel Giolito deâ?? Ferrari 1562 8vo (cm. 20,6), 3 Voll., 10 cc.nn., 385 pp.; 4 cc.nn., 352 pp.; 4 cc.nn., 352 pp. Testo in bel carattere corsivo. Un ritratto di Cicerone a piena pagina, fregi e grandi capilettera fig. n.t. Legature fine â??700 in mz. pelle con fili e titolo oro su doppi tassell in pelle al ds. Tagli rossi. Piccole mancanze ai tasselli e ai piatti. Carte di guardia rinnovate. Due forellini, che non interessano il testo, su alcune pagine del primo vol. e terzo vol. con tracce di sofferta umidità. Margini superiori rifilati, altrimenti buon esemplare di unâ??edizione bella e rara. Gamba, p. 394: â??Questo volgarizzamento di cui si fece una ristampa, è caduto oggi in dimenticanza... essendo fatto su testi poco sicuri e seccamente de verbo ad verbum, in maniera che si può quasi dire scritto in latino con parole italiane; tuttavia avrebbe più diritto dâ??essere qui ricordato di quello del Fausto. Lâ??edizione fattane dal Giolito in carattere corsivo è una delle più nitide che siano uscite daâ?? suoi elegantissimi torchiâ??.

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        Novellarum Constitutionu(m). Gregorio Holoandro interprete. Cui accesserunt Canones Apostolorum. Feudorum libri duo. Constitutiones Lotharij III. & Friderichi II. Impp. Extravagantes Henrici VII. Imp. Tractatus de pace Constantiae: et nunc recens Iustiniani Imperatoris Edicta, Henrico Agylaeo interprete.

      Paris, G. Merlin, G. Desbois und S. Nivelle, 1562. - 8 unnum. Bll., 332 num. Bll., 3 unnum. Bll. Schweinslederband d. Zt. mit Platten - und Rollenstempel. Auf dem Vorderdeckel mit Monogramm "B R G", datiert 1563. Adams J 685. - Die "Novellen" sind eine fortlaufende Sammlung späterer Kaisergesetze und bilden den vierten Teil des "Corpus juris civilis". - Etwas berieben und bestoßen. Titel mit gelöschtem Besitzvermerk und Notizen. Mit wenigen alten Marginalien. Leicht gebräunt und stellenweise fleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dialoghi di M. Lodovico Domenichi; cioè, Dâ??Amore, Deâ?? Rimedi dâ??Amore, Dellâ??Amore Fraterno, Della Fortuna, Della vera Nobiltà, Dellâ??Imprese, Della Corte, Et della Stampa...

      appresso Gabriel Giolito deâ?? Ferrari 1562 8vo (cm. 14,6), 18 cc.nn., 399(1) pp. Capilettera fig. e grande marca tipografica al verso dellâ??ultima carta. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con nervi e titolo ms. al ds. Mancanza alla cuffia superiore. Lieve ed uniforme ingiallitura della carta ed alcune macchie (più evidenti da pag. 290 a pag. 310) altrimenti bellâ??esemplare. Lâ??Autore, dopo una laurea in giurisprudenza, si dedicò interamente alla professione del letterato, come curatore e traduttore in volgare dal latino e dal greco, lavorando con i maggiori editori del XVI Secolo (Giolito deâ?? Ferrari, Francesco Marcolini, i Giunti, Lorenzo Torrentino, ecc.). Lasciata la natìa Piacenza visse una vita spesso di stenti come racconta nel suo Dialogo sulla Fortuna (presente in questâ??opera): â??Prima io ho dato opera agli studj delle buone Lettere con grandissima difficultà, quanto alcun altro del nostro tempo, et non altrimenti che sâ??io fossi stato sbandito, et scacciato fuor della patria mia, sono ito per lo mondo in grandissima povertà con pericoli et travaglj, et talhora con gravissime malattieâ??. Prima ed unica edizione. Adams, D779. First and only edition. Domenichi (1514 - 1564) was a well - known Humanist of the Italian Reinassance.

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        La Bibia, che si chiama Il vecchio Testamento, nuouamente tradutto in lingua volgare secondo la verità del testo Hebreo ... Quanto al nuouo Testamento è stato riueduto e ricorretto secondo la verità del testo Greco....

      [Geneva]: Stampato Appresso Francesco Durone 4to (26 cm; 10.25"). [6] ff., 418, 421–22, 419–20, 423–65 (i.e., 467), [1], 110, [18] ff., [1] folding plt., [1] folding table. T.-p., folding plt., & part of a leaf in facsimile.. 1562 A much revised edition of Brucioli's Old Testament married to Massimo Teofilo's New Testament, printed for the Genevan Protestant refugees and meant to be spirited into Italy for the crypto-Protestants. Darlow and Moule note that "this edition closely resembles certain contemporary French and English Bibles printed at Geneva. The woodcuts are the same as those in the French Bible of 1560 printed by Antoine Rebul . . . , and the type is that of the English Geneva Bible of 1560." Of the two variations described in Darlow and Moule, this copy is variant A, meaning that the N.T. has marginal notes similar to those of the rest of the text; Darlow and Moule also tell us that "[t]his revision. . . has been ascribed to Filippo Rusticio, or Rustico." The work offers a handsome printer's device on its title-page, along with => a variety of in-text woodcuts, all located in the Old Testament, and a folding plate, "La forma de la restauration del Tempio"; the title-page, illustrated folding plate, and a woodcut in Genesis in this copy are old facsimiles. At the end of the edition's O.T. is a two-page commentary on "Lo stato dei giudei sotto la monarchia dei Romani," i.e., the state of the Jews in [ancient] Rome. Provenance: Pencilled ownership inscription of William Izod Mosley dated 23 February 1777 on final leaf of text. Later in the Howell Bible Collection, Pacific School of Religion (properly released). 16th-century reused vellum with inked spine title and evidence of ties, lacking pastedowns; title-page, folding plate, and one woodcut in facsimile; vellum soiled and worn, pulling away from boards, faint pencilling on front exposed board opposite the title-leaf, bookseller's label on rear lower turn-in. Several page corners bent in, first and last few leaves worn at edges with loss of a letter or two from small interior holes, a few interior leaves lacking corners with no loss of text, four leaves with interior cuts or slashes (not tears) without loss; overall, pages clean and nice. Inscribed as above, a few preliminary leaves with pencil annotations.

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        Comedie, cioè I Suppositi, La Cassaria, La Lena, Il Negromante, & La Scolastica...

      Gabriel Giolito deâ?? Ferrari 1562 12mo (cm. 13,2), 1 c.nn., 41 cc. e 1 c.nn. (bianca); 54 cc.; 30 cc.; 35 cc.; 48 cc. Legatura recente in piena pergamena antica con titolo ms. al ds. Bondi II, p. 142. Il volume è diviso in 5 parti: la prima ha il titolo generale da noi riportato; le altre hanno titoli distinti, sono datate, numerate separatamente e hanno un proprio frontis. e un proprio colophon con le insegne del Giolito. Ottimo esemplare completo di tutte le parti. Non comune.

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        Explicationis articulorum venerandae facultatis sacrae theologiae generalis studii Lovanien circa dogmata ecclesiastica ab annis triginta quatuor controversa Louvain Martin Verhasselt 1555 1557 With <b>KLING Konrad<b> Loci communes theologici Cologne heirs of Arnold Birckmann

      

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        Geistliche Wirtschafft oder Christliches Wolleben durch die gantze Wochen. Jtem Gottselige Taguebung vnd erinnerung des gleubigen Menschens aus dem heiligen Psalter.

      Frankfurt an der Oder, Eichorn 1562. - Mit Titelholzschnitt. 32 Bll. (l. w.) Neuer Umschlag. 4°. VD 16 S 7578 (ein Exemplar unvollständig). Nicht in der British Library, nicht bei Adams, weder bei Knaake noch bei Kuczynski. - Erschien erstmals 1561 in Erfurt bei Baumann unter etwas anderem Titel. - Seltene Sammlung von Gebeten des Mansfelder Hofpredigers Cyriacus Spangenberg (1528 - 1604). Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt eine Tischgesellschaft bei der Mahlzeit. - Durchgehend leicht gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, Titelblatt etwas schmutzfleckig. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Delle Orationi recitate a Principi di Venetia nella loro creatione da gli Ambasciadori di diverse città. Libro Primo. Nelle quali con grandissimo utile de' lettori si vede la forza dell'eloquenza di molti huomini illustri in una materia sola. Raccolte per Francesco Sansovino

      Venezia. Francesco Sansovino. 1562Cm. 21; 4 cc. nn., 112 cc. Legatura coeva in pergamena morbida. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, testatine e capilettera incisi. Titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Ottimo esemplare. (29 / 207) 474 / P

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        Observationes anatomicae

      1562 - 133 et (1) feuillets Paris, Jacques Kerver, 1562, in-8, 133 et (1) feuillets, vélin souple de l'époque aux coutures surjetées, titre à l'encre au dos et sur la première de couverture, liens, La découverte des trompes utérines. Première édition parisienne du premier des livres que Fallope fit paraitre à Venise en 1561. Belle marque à la licorne de Kerver au titre. Gabriele Falloppio (1523-1562), élève et ami de Vésale, auquel il succéda à la chaire d'anatomie et de chirurgie à l'université de Padoue, est l'un des plus grands anatomistes du XVIe siècle. Ses observations anatomiques consistent en une suite de remarques critiques sur le De humani corporis fabrica libri septem (1543) de son ancien professeur : cette démarche scientifique et critique permet à Fallope, tout en reconnaissance l'importance et le caractère génialement novateur du texte de Vésale, d'en cerner les limites dans le domaine de l'anatomie et de formuler ses propres découvertes : "l'étude précise des organes de l'ouïe, l'ostéologie, les organes pelviens de la femme et les voies biliaires. [Ainsi] il pu laisser son nom au canal du facial dans l'os temporal, au ligament inguinal, qu'il identifia avant Poupart, et aux trompes utérines." (R. Teyssou, Dictionnaire des médecins, chirurgiens et anatomistes de la Renaissance, p. 71). "The Observationes was not an all-inclusive textbook of anatomy but rather a detailed critical commentary of Vesalius. The large amount of new material included Fallopio's investigations of primary and secondary centers of ossification, the first clear description of primary dentition, numerous contributions to the study of the muscles (especially those of the head), and the famous account of the uterine ("Fallopian") tubes, which he correctly described as resembling small trumpets". Un ex-libris ancien, non déchiffré, sur la page de titre et quelques notes manuscrites du temps courent dans les marges. Bon exemplaire de ce texte fondateur, malgré un petit manque en haut de la page de titre, sans aucun atteinte au texte, et une surcharge à l'encre bleue en tête de cette même page. Norman 757, pour l'édition originale. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La prima (e la seconda) parte della Geografia, di Greco tradotta in volgare Italiano da Alfonso Buonacciuoli

      gentilhuomo ferrarese. Con due copiosissime tavole. Venetia (vol. I) 1562, e Ferrara (vol.II) 1565, appresso Francesco Senese (entrambi i vol.), - 2 volumi in un tomo in-8, ff. (36), 200 (num.220); (26), pp. 320, bella leg.settecentesca in pergamena rigida, cornice e fleurons impressi a secco ai piatti, duplice tassello al dorso. Impresa tipogr. della Pace ai due titoli, car.corsivo, iniziali istoriate. Dedica al Cardinale Gonzaga. Prima edizione italiana del più vasto e pregevole trattato di geografia dell'antichità greca (I sec a.C.); considerata la prima opera di geografia politica ed etnica. Ediz. difficile a reperirsi completa, essendo la seconda parte, dedicata da Valente Panizza al Duca di Ferrara, stampata a Ferrara per compiacere i natali del traduttore. Non risulta che il de' Franceschi, attivo a Venezia tra il 1562 ed il 1599, abbia impresso altri volumi a Ferrara. Bell'esemplare. BMC p. 648. Adams S-1909 (solo parte I). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        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, ex diversis autoribus collecta; item De Tragoedia & eius partibus 'prolegomena' quaedam. Item Ioannis Brodaei Turonensis Annotationes doctiss. nunquam antea in lucem editae. Ad haec, rerum & verborum toto opere praecipue memorabilium copiosus index. Cum Caes. Maiest. & Christianiss. Gallorum Regis gratia ac privilegio, ad decennium.

      

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        Polydori Vergilii Urbinatis de rerum inventoribus Lib. VIII. Eiusdem in Dominicam precem Commentariolus.

      Apud Ioannem Frellonium, Lugduni 1562 - Petit in-12 de (24)-719-(1) pp. (36) pp. d'index, peau de truie sur ais de bois, décor biblique à froid, médaillons, encadrement de filets et roulettes de motifs floraux, dos à nerfs (reliure de l'époque). Réimpression de l'édition de 1559 établie par le même Jean Frellon II, du célèbre recueil du théologien Polydorus Vergilius (1470-1555) dans lequel l'auteur passe en revue toutes les inventions faites jusqu'à son époque. La première édition parut à Rome en 1499. Bel exemplaire en reliure de l'époque. Ex-libris manuscrits : « Job. Pauli Silberrad. 1729 » ; « (?) Pascal Lacroix militis agricolaedomus Angulorumrusticae. 1832 » Baudrier V, 248 (pour l'édition de 1559). [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The whole booke of psalmes. Collected into English meeter....

      Sternhold and Hopkins's influential and enduring metrical psalmody, which first appeared in 1562. Opening with a large woodcut headpiece incorporating the lion and unicorn, the text is printed in two columns of roman type, with => music included. When produced in folio, with elegant layout as here, this familiar "title" => breathes grace.

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        Manuscript prayer book in Latin, on vellum, [Incipit:] Qui Orare Vult, Sic Deum Invocet, Sic Cum Augustino Precetur. Ex Libro Meditationum Capit. XXXIII

      Germany (?), mid-16th century. 1-126 leaves ruled in red including final pastedown, conjoint; 22 lines per page including line for catchword on every page; written in a 16th-century humanistic book hand, verso of final leaf of text with Society of Jesus logo drawn in gold ink; blank spaces on 9 leaves, presumably left for illumination. 1 vols. c. 147×107 mm. Modern sheep, with clasps. Fine. 1-126 leaves ruled in red including final pastedown, conjoint; 22 lines per page including line for catchword on every page; written in a 16th-century humanistic book hand, verso of final leaf of text with Society of Jesus logo drawn in gold ink; blank spaces on 9 leaves, presumably left for illumination. 1 vols. c. 147×107 mm. Beautiful Manuscript Prayer Book. The first part of the text, through 74r, corresponds to the 1562 edition of a compilation of prayers known as PRECATIONES CHRISTIANAE, compiled by Johann Faber, the Catholic theologian, primarily from Pseudo-Augustine's MEDITATIONES and his SOLILOQUIA, Gregory of Nazianzus, and other Church fathers; the second part (after fol. 74v) is a selection of prayers with no clearly identifiable source - although much is taken from Augustine's MEDITATIONES - and the manuscript ends with a Litany. A remarkable well-preserved and beautifuly written manuscript.

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        Somniorum Synesiorum omnis generis insomnia explicantes, Libri IIII. Quibus accedunt, eiusdem haec etiam. De libris propijs. De Curationibus & Praedicationibus admirandis. Neronis encomium. De uno. Actio in Thessalicum medicum. De Secretis. De Gemmis & Coloribus. Dialogus de: Morte (&) Humanis consilijs, Tetim inscriptus. Item ad Somniorum pertinentia: De minimis & propinquis. De summo bono.

      Balsel, Sebastian Henricpetrus, (1562). 4to. Both volumes bound in one nice mid-19th century half calf with gilt spine. Title to lower edge in contemporary hand. Ex libris to inside of front board. Some browning and brownspotting, and first title-page frayed at edges and with a repaired hole (presumably removing an old owner's name), not affecting printing and a small repaired hole in imprint (affecting the "Pe" of "Per Sebastianum..."). 1) Somniorum Synesiorum: (42) pp., 1 blank leaf, 278 pp., 1 blank leaf. +2) Opera quaedam lectu digna (with a separate title-page and separate pagination): (36), 413, (1, -errata) pp. - lacking the final leaf with printer's devise only (no text).. The extremely rare first edition of the most important Renaissance work on dreams, arguably the most important book on dream interpretation up until Freud. (Appended thereto as the second part a collection of earlier works by Cardano, gathered here for the first time. This part lacks the leaf with the printer's device). "Cardano is unusual among Renaissance writers on dreams, in that he both records a good many of his own dreams, displaying keen interest in them, and has a highly developed theory about the causation of dreams and the method of interpreting them. His book on dreams, "Somniorum Synesiorum Libri IIII", comprises an exhortation to interpret dreams, an account of how dreams are caused, classifications of them, advice on how to interpret them, and a final chapter describing fifty-five of his own dreams." (Alice Brown, Girolamo Cardanos's Somniorum Synesiorum Libri III, 1979). Girolamo Cardano/Hieronymus Cardanus (1501 -1576) was an extremely important Renaissance polymath, being an influential mathematician, physician, biologist, physicist, chemist, astrologer, astronomer, philosopher, writer, - and gambler. He is often referred to as the greatest mathematician of the Renaissance and was one of the key figures in the foundation of probability as well as the one whointroduced binomial coefficients and the binomial theorem to the Western world. His great work on dreams was also extremely influential and has always been considered of the utmost importance to the understanding of his scientific theories and world view. His theories about dreams are closely connected to his scientific theories about the world and bridges the gap of our understanding of his thoughts about certainty of knowledge. This great work on dreams, dream interpretation, and the cause of dreams, constitutes a fundamental attempt at understanding the mind and therefore the boundaries of our knowledge. "Cardano admired experience and was a determined advocate of natural science. But at the same time he was aware of the insufficiency of empiricism and insisted upon the justice of the claims of mathematical reason. He even went so far as to stress that our knowledge can be protected against uncertainty only by the employment of a method that led from the one to the many. He held, however, that owing to the way in which the mind is tied to the body, the synthesis between reason and sensuous knowledge was most precarious and prevented a perfect understanding of those ideal and incorporeal essences which constitute the principles of bodies. It also makes it impossible for us to visualise adequately the original connections through which the separate things arise out of their principles. Our physical knowledge is a superficial knowledge. It makes us glide over things without probing their souls and is based upon analogies and parables... In short, Cardano was fully aware of the difficulty of the passage from the mental to the real, from ideas to things." (Eugenio Garin: Italian Humanism, 1965, pp. 188-89). "Girolamo Cardano conceived and outlined his four books on dreams according to Synesius' philosophy between 1535 and 1537. Originally divided into ten books, the volume underwent subsequent modifications until it was published in 1562. We know from Cardano's own testimony how the key episodes in his life were always heralded or accompanied by dreams. From this point of view, the 1562 summa on dreams reflects one of the most critical of such moments. As Jean-Yves Boriaud explains in the introduction to his new Latin edition and French translation of Somniorum Synesiorum libri quatuor, in the year prior to the composition of this work, Cardano was undergoing intense dream activity as a result of the tragic execution in 1560 of his son Giovanni Battista, who had been charged with poisoning his wife. From that moment on, the death of his son would represent a watershed moment in both his life and literary career. For this reason, too, Somniorum Synesiorum libri quatuor deserves to be considered as one of Cardano's most important writings and Boriaud's edition should be saluted as a notable accomplishment. (Giglioni, Guido (2010) Synesian Dreams. Giacomo Cardano on dreams as means of prophetic communication. Bruniana & Campanelliana, XVI (2). pp. 575-584.).The work is of the utmost scarcity. OCLC lists merely four copies: two in Switzerland, one in Germany, and one in The Netherlands.Adams: C:692; Wellcome: I:1305

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        Septentrionalivm Partivm Nova Tabvla

      Venice Giordano Ziletti 1562 - North Atlantic. "Septentrionalium Partium Nova Tabula". Orig. copper-engraving from G. Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geography. Published in Venice by G. Ziletti, 1562. This map is a reduced version of the Nicolo Zeno map of 1558. With title above the map. 20,5:26 cm (8 x 10 1/4 inch.). Burden: The Mapping of North America, nr. 29. - Latin text on verso. - A map of the northern part of the Atlantic ocean with Greenlad and Iceland. - Girolamo Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia included newly engraved copperplates by Giulio and Livio Sanuti. The curious fact is that this map is one of two that were engraved on the same plate, printed and than separated for the book. This can be seen by the fact that the plate mark of the map runs off the top of the page.

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        Carta de poder.

      Mexico: Pedro Ocharte Folio. [1] f.. before 16 January 1562] This leaf contains one notarial form, extending from the recto to the verso. The characteristics of the recto are: Type face: gothic. Imprint area: 220 x 153 mm. Number of lines of text: 35. First line: Sepan quantos esta carta vieren como yo First line of main text: paraque por mi y en mi nombre podays pedir y demandar auer recebir y cobrar Last line: quieran mi presencia o mas especial poder Otrosi vos doy este dicho poder para Blanks: at end of line 1. Blank space between lines 1 and 2: 49 mm. The specifications of the verso are: Imprint area: 42 x 153 mm. Number of lines of text: 9. First line: que e[n] vuestro lugar y e[n] mi nombre podays hazer et sostituyr este poder en vna per Last line: la clausula judicium sisti iudicatum con sus clausulas acostumbradas Blanks: at the end of lines 4 and 9 and the beginning of 5. The document was sworn in Puebla on 16 January 1562, before the notary Juan de Bedoya, and in it Martinez de Iturriaga, a ship's master temporarily in Puebla, gives his power of attorney to Antonio Lopez de Erquinigo. The date of printing of this form is based on the exemplar in the Beinecke Library at Yale, where the earliest manuscript date on the carta is 9 October 1565. Valton (see below) attributed this formulary to Juan Pablos. It bears no relation to the examples of his job printing that we have seen; it does, however, bear => the hallmarks of Ocharte's craftsmanship. Our assignment of printer is based on approximate date of printing and on types and ornaments; we will observe, however, that the type used here is the type Ocharte inherited from Juan Pablos via Ocharte's wife, Juan Pablos' daughter. This exemplar of a => Mexican incunable predates the exemplar at Yale by three and a half years and is => the earliest Mexican printed power of attorney we have ever seen. Removed from a bound volume of notarial documents and irregular along one margin. One wormhole in the lower margin. Light waterstain in upper margin. Overall very good.

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        Brasil Nvova Tavola

      Venice Giordano Ziletti 1562 - Brasil. "Brasil Nuova Tavola". Orig. copper-engraving from G. Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geography. Published in Venice by G. Ziletti, 1562. With erupting volcano and title above the map. 18,5:25,5 cm (7 1/4 x 10 inch.). The map of Brasil. Oriented to the West. - Latin text on verso. - Girolamo Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia included newly engraved copperplates by Giulio and Livio Sanuti. The curious fact is that this map is one of two that were engraved on the same plate, printed and than separated for the book. This can be seen by the fact that the plate mark of the map runs off the top of the page.

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        Divina quaedam S. Ephraem opera mille ducentis iam annis è Syra in Graecam linguam, nunc autem e Graeca in Latinam versa. Petro Francisco Zino Veronensi interprete.

      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. dazu Bautz I, 1519-1520). Die vorliegende Ausgabe enthält ab Bl. 124ff. das Porträt das der Kirchenlehrer Gregor von Nyssa (355-394) von E. hinterlassen hat (`Vita sancti Ephraem per D. Gregoriu Nyssae Pontificem Magni Basilii fratrem grece scripta, in latinam versa. P. F. Zino Veronensi interprete`). Das hier angebotene Exemplar in reizvollem Einband und unter Berücksichtigung des Alters in einem insgesamt noch guten Erhaltungszustand. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Theologie, Lateinische Sprache

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        Arabia felice nuova tavola.

      Venedig, Valgrisi, 1562. - 230:325 mm. Engraved map. "A blown-up copy of the map designed by Gastaldi in 1548" (Al Ankary). The Gastaldi map "was the first modern map of the Arabian peninsula"; for the first time it "clearly shows the island of Bahrain and Qatar" (ibid.). Al Ankary 136.Tibbetts 27. Cf. Sultan Bin Muhammad Al-Qasimi 19 (the small version only).

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        Carta de poder.

      Mexico: Pedro Ocharte Folio. [1] f.. before 16 January 1562] This leaf contains one notarial form, extending from the recto to the verso. The characteristics of the recto are: Type face: gothic. Imprint area: 220 x 153 mm. Number of lines of text: 35. First line: Sepan quantos esta carta vieren como yo First line of main text: paraque por mi y en mi nombre podays pedir y demandar auer recebir y cobrar Last line: quieran mi presencia o mas especial poder Otrosi vos doy este dicho poder para Blanks: at end of line 1. Blank space between lines 1 and 2: 49 mm. The specifications of the verso are: Imprint area: 42 x 153 mm. Number of lines of text: 9. First line: que e[n] vuestro lugar y e[n] mi nombre podays hazer et sostituyr este poder en vna per Last line: la clausula judicium sisti iudicatum con sus clausulas acostumbradas Blanks: at the end of lines 4 and 9 and the beginning of 5. The document was sworn in Puebla on 16 January 1562, before the notary Juan de Bedoya, and in it Martinez de Iturriaga, a ship's master temporarily in Puebla, gives his power of attorney to Antonio Lopez de Erquinigo. The date of printing of this form is based on the exemplar in the Beinecke Library at Yale, where the earliest manuscript date on the carta is 9 October 1565. Valton (see below) attributed this formulary to Juan Pablos. It bears no relation to the examples of his job printing that we have seen; it does, however, bear => the hallmarks of Ocharte's craftsmanship. Our assignment of printer is based on approximate date of printing and on types and ornaments; we will observe, however, that the type used here is the type Ocharte inherited from Juan Pablos via Ocharte's wife, Juan Pablos' daughter. This exemplar of a => Mexican incunable predates the exemplar at Yale by three and a half years and is => the earliest Mexican printed power of attorney we have ever seen. Removed from a bound volume of notarial documents and irregular along one margin. One wormhole in the lower margin. Light waterstain in upper margin. Overall very good.

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        De historia animalium libri XVII. Quos ex integro ac veteri exemplari graeco, Petrus Gillius vertit. Vnà cum elephantorum descriptione. Item Demetrij de cura accipitrum, & de cura & medicina canum, eodem Petro Gillio interprete.

      Lyon, Guillaume Rouille 1562.8 Bll., 680 (falsch 668) S., 20 Bll. (letztes weiß). Hellbrauner geglätteter Kalbslederband des 19. Jhdts. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, Rücken - , Deckel - u. Stehkantenfileten und Innenkantenbordüren, Marmorpapiervorsätze und Rotschnitt (signiert A. Closs). 17,3 x 12 cm. Baudrier IX, 286; Graesse I, 24; Hoffmann I, 13; STC 4; Wood 180: "a rare item"; nicht bei Adams, Brunet und Graesse. - Elegante und seltene Ausgabe der erstmals erschienenen Übersetzung des französischen Humanisten und Orientreisenden Pierre Gilles (1490 - 1555). Aelianus (um 170 - 240) war Oberpriester unter Kaiser Septimius Severus. "Er bezeichnete sich als Römer, schrieb aber in griechischer Sprache... in diesen Erzählungen aus dem Tierleben will er, als Anhänger der stoischen Philosophie, das wunderbare Walten der Natur darstellen" (Tusc. Lex.). - Sauber. Einband berieben, vorderes Gelenk brüchig. Bücher la

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        Corpus Doctrinae Christianae. Das ist/ Gantze Summa der rechten waren Christlichen Lehre des heiligen Evangelij.

      Leipzig, (Vögelin) 1562; ca 32x21 cm; (18) 853 (40) Seiten, Titel in Rot und Schwarz; blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband d. Zt. (Einband leicht bestoßen und etwas fleckig, Widmung auf Vorsatz, Titel mit Schriftzug, Register mit Wurmgang [etwas Buchstabenverlust], Mittelprägung des Vorderdeckels in alter Zeit neu eingelegt, Schließen fehlen; insgesamt wohl erhalten) Hauptwerk Melanchtons zur Bildung einer reformatorischen Lehre. Erschienen erstmalig 1560, Ausgaben von vor 1570 sind von großer Seltenheit! Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Aristotelis de Anima. Libri tres. Cum averrois commentariis et Antiqua tralatione suae integtitati restituta. ? Michaele Sophiano interprete. Adiecimus etiam Marci Antonii Passeri ianuae. Mit Titelvignette, Initialen u. Zeichnungen im Text.

      Venetiis: Apud Iunctas 1562 PGMt. der Zeit mit Rückentitel, [9]+228 ff., kl. 8°, Rückentitel jetzt teilweise abgeblättert, Einband leicht berieben und gelockert, Seiten stellenweise etwas alters- und wasserfleckig, beschmutzt und eselohrig, Titelblatt mehrfach gestempelt; Besitzeranmerkungen mit Buntstift, vorderer Vorsatz eingerissen, hinterer Vorsatz beschmutzt, sonst guter Zustand.Alte Drucke, Aristoteles

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        Delle cose notabili che sono in Venetia. Libri due ne quali ampiamente, e con ogni verità , si contengono Usanze antiche. Habiti et vestiti. Officii e Magistrati. Vittorie illustri. Senatori famosi. Huomini letterati. Principi e vita loro. Tutti i Patriarchi. Musici de piu forti. Fabriche e Palazzi. Scultori e loro opere. Pittori et pitture

      Domenico Farri 1562 In 8vo (cm 14,5), cartonato recente, cc. (8), 79, (1 bianca). Due timbri di biblioteca estinta sul frontespizio (uno con al centro un piccolo foro che non causa danno al testo), fioriture sparse, piccolo segno di tarlo nell'angolo inferiore esterno di quasi tutto il volume che non tocca il testo, ma nel complesso copia più che buona.RARA PRIMA EDIZIONE, seconda tiratura. La prima tiratura, datata 1561, uscì dai torchi di Comin da Trino. Questa seconda tiratura, identica in tutto alla prima (salvo per l'omissione del nome dell'autore in calce alla dedica ad A. Tornimbene datata 17 settembre 1561), fu stampata da D. Farri probabilmente per conto dello stesso Comin da Trino. L'edizione apparsa nel 1556 con il titolo Tutte le cose notabili e belle che sono in Venetia e sotto lo pseudonimo di Anselmo Guisconti, comunemente considerata come la prima edizione, è in realtà  solo un primo abbozzo di dodici carte (cfr. E. Bonora, Ricerche su Francesco Sansovino imprenditore libraio e letterato, Venezia, 1994, p. 187). «Il libretto, veramente tascabile, deve fornire tutte le cognizioni necessarie al forestiero, è redatto nella forma dialogata che ritornerà  anche in seguito nella letteratura delle guide. Uno del paese dà  a un "forestiere"? cortesi e esatte informazioni su tutte le cose che potevano suscitare la curiosità  in questa meravigliosa città .. Notevole è l'attenzione rivolta alle opere d'arte, come è naturale, e ci ha conservato alcune notizie preziose. Un particolare valore di fonte ha la descrizione delle pitture del Palazzo Ducale distrutte dal fuoco nel 1577 tanto più che il Sansovino ne aveva redatto una parte del programma letterario (per la Sala delle quattro porte). Non è certo questa una guida nel senso della letteratura posteriore dei Ciceroni e del suo interesse esclusivamente o prevalentemente storico - artistico, secondo il modello dato per Firenze dal vecchio Albertini, ma è straordinariamente istruttiva e importante come il più antico documento relativo a Venezia e, come si è detto, specialmente per il suo carattere di città  turistica» (J. Schlosser Magnino, La letteratura artistica, Firenze, 1967, pp. 368 - 369 e 379 - 380). L'opera, fortunatissima (si contano numerose ristampe fino al 1602), non è da confondersi con un'altra opera dello stesso Sansovino dedicata alla città  lagunare, ossia la Venetia città  nobilissima et singolare (Venezia, 1581), che viene brevemente citatata nel presente dialogo, quando il Veneziano invita il Forestiero a visionare presso di lui il manoscritto di una grande opera in preparazione su Venezia. I contenuti delle due guide sono pressocché analoghi, anche se qui sono espressi in modo più conciso e sintetico. «In addition to the history of Venice, one could find in it population statistics, its daily consumption of flour, a brief analysis of the functions of the chief courts, brief resumés of all the doges, and the location of the prostitutes (who were all foreigners according to Sansovino) with the information that they were fined twenty soldi if a patron became diseased. The Venetia and the Cose notabili in Venetia were enlarged and often reprinted, testifying that readers found the books useful. Sansovino's historical guides were storehouses of the practical information that merchants and statesmen, as well as casual tourists, would appreciate» (P.F. Grendler, Francesco Sansovino and Italian Popular History 1560 - 1600, in: "Culture and Censorship in Late Renaissance Italy and France"?, London, 1981, p. 167). F. Sansovino nacque a Roma dal celebre scultore Jacopo Tatti Sansovino. In seguito al sacco di Roma i due trovarono rifugio a Venezia. Francesco studiò legge a Padova, Firenze e Bologna. Nonostante vari tentativi paterni di trovare una posizione di prestigio per il figlio presso la corte papale, Francesco preferì lasciare Roma e fare ritorno a Venezia, dove nel 1553 sposò una donna veneziana di buona, ma non nobile famiglia, e cominciò la sua brillante carriera di scrittore. «In his career Sansovino wrote, translated, or edited about eigthy books, nearly half of an historical nature. He worked on his own initiative and lived on the income of his books, with one exception he did not write commissioned histories. His income came from sales, from editing fees, and from the gifts of dedicatees. From 1560 to 1570 and again from 1578 to 1581 he operated his own press. Since the majority of his printings were his own compositions and translations, he probably realized a greater profit by controlling the entire operation.. Sansovino was acquainted with nearly all the poular vernacular authors whose publishing careers centered in Venice - Pietro Aretino, Anton Francesco Doni, Ortensio Lando, Luca Contile, Andra Clamo, Bernardo Tasso, Lodovico Dolce, and many others» (Grendler, op. cit., p. 142). Edit16, CNCE36442. G. Melzi, Dizionario di opere anonime e pseudonime di scrittori italiani, Milano, 1848, I, pp. 260 - 261. E.A. Cicogna, Iscrizioni Veneziane, Venezia, 1853, IV, pp. 70 - 71. \

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        Catechismus Catholicus reverendiss.quondam DN. Michaelis Episcopi Merspurgensis, in conciones LXXXIIII. sane pias et eruditas Pulchre distributus.

      Köln Quentel 1562 - Gr.-4°. 8 Bll., 469 (1) S., 5 Bll., 122 S. Mit 2 gest. Tit.-Vign., 1 Portr., 1 Taf. u. 20 Textholzschn. Ldr. Blindgepr. Deckelverzierung. Ber. u. bestossen, Rü.- tls. erneuert. Neue Vorsatzbll. Minimal gebr., einige Randbemerkungen u. Unterstreichungen, einige Bll. l. wasserrandig. Guter Zustand. Auf Wunsch gerne Foto via e-mail. 2,150 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii in Titulum Digestorum De Religiosis & Sumptibus Funerum.

      1562. Funeral Rites and Burials Asinio, Giovanni Baptista [fl. 1562]. Commentarii in Titulum Digestorum De Religiosis & Sumptibus Funerum. Florence: Apud Laurentium Torrentinum, 1562. [viii], 338, [52] pp. Folio (12-3/4" x 8-1/4"). Contemporary calf with later varnishing, blind rules and small central arabesques to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, spine ends and corners mended. Some scuffing to boards, corners bumped, front joint partially cracked, front hinge just starting, rear hinge mended, later armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Light toning to text, a bit of soiling to title page. Early owner annotations to front pastedown, signatures and stamps to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy of a rare title. * Only edition. Asinio was a notable Florentine jurist who was patronized by Cosimo I de Medici. He is best-known for his treatises on practice and procedure in Roman and Florentine law. De Executionibus is a comprehensive treatise on the section of the Digest, Book XI, Title 7, which addresses funeral rites and burial. It is a scarce title. OCLC locates 5 copies, 3 in North America (at the Library of Congress, Newberry Library and University of Chicago). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE3262.

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        Liturgiae, sive missae sanctorum patrum: (...) de ritu missae et eucharistia. Mit einer allegorischen Druckermarke auf der Titelei. VORGEBUNDEN: (Georg Witzel) \"Postilla hoc est Enarratio Epistolarum et Evangeliorum de Sanctis in Natalibus S. Andreae\".

      Antwerpen u.a.: J. Stelsius u.a 1562 resp. ohne Datierung 201 Blatt, 1 Blatt; 304 Blatt, 20 Blatt. Ganzpergament der Zeit auf drei Bünden mit Platten- und Rollstempel-Verzierung, Oktavo, 17,6 x 12,6 x 6,5 cm. (Schließbänder fehlen, Rücken braun überlackiert, dadurch alte Rückenbeschriftung teilweise tektiert, beide Deckel nur leicht fleckig, Titelei des vorgebundenen Titels fehlt, Signaturen und Besitzeinträge von alter Hand, Zahlenstempel auf Vorsatzblatt verso, innen nur wenig gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, gegen Ende im rechten Rand leicht knitterspurig, im Ganzen recht gut erhalten).-Wohl erste Ausgabe der Schrift, in der Claude de Sainctes (1525 - 1591) Äusserungen der Patristiker (Basilius Magnus, Johannes Chrysosthomos u.a.) zur Liturgie versammelt. Der vorgebundene Titel läßt sich, da die Titelei fehlt, zwar via KVK Witzel zuordnen, nicht aber einer bestimmten Ausgabe. Es handelt sich aber mit Sicherheit um eine Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts. Mit diesem Untertitel ist die Veröffentlichung via KVK für uns nicht nachweisbar. Versandkostenfreie Lieferung [Beautiful, Rare and Special;Schönes;Seltenes;Theologie;Fremdsprachen;Latein;Lateinisch;Bibliophilie;Alte Drucke]

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        De historia animalium libri XVII. Quos ex integro ac veteri exemplari graeco, Petrus Gillius vertit. Vnà cum elephantorum descriptione. Item Demetrij de cura accipitrum, & de cura & medicina canum, eodem Petro Gillio interprete.

      Lyon, Guillaume Rouille 1562.. 8 Bll., 680 (falsch 668) S., 20 Bll. (letztes weiß). Hellbrauner geglätteter Kalbslederband des 19. Jhdts. mit goldgepr. Rückentitel, Rücken-, Deckel- u. Stehkantenfileten und Innenkantenbordüren, Marmorpapiervorsätze und Rotschnitt (signiert A. Closs). 17,3 x 12 cm. Baudrier IX, 286; Graesse I, 24; Hoffmann I, 13; STC 4; Wood 180: "a rare item"; nicht bei Adams, Brunet und Graesse. - Elegante und seltene Ausgabe der erstmals erschienenen Übersetzung des französischen Humanisten und Orientreisenden Pierre Gilles (1490-1555). Aelianus (um 170-240) war Oberpriester unter Kaiser Septimius Severus. "Er bezeichnete sich als Römer, schrieb aber in griechischer Sprache... in diesen Erzählungen aus dem Tierleben will er, als Anhänger der stoischen Philosophie, das wunderbare Walten der Natur darstellen" (Tusc. Lex.). - Sauber. Einband berieben, vorderes Gelenk brüchig.

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        Opus mathematicum octo libros compiectens, unnumeris prpemodum figuris idealibus manuum et physiognomiae.

      apud Joannem Bickmannum & Wernerum Richwinum, Cologne 1562 - FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL BINDING FIRST EDITION. folio, [xii], 624, [vi] : *?, A-Z?, Aa-Zz?, AA-ZZ?, aa-kk?, (lacking kk4 blank). Italic letter. Woodcut printers device of Abraham about to sacrifice his son, large woodcut portrait of the author on verso of title, repeated on verso of last, 1713 small woodcuts illustrating hands for palmistry, seven small cuts of allegories of the planets, repeated, 41 cuts of human physiognomies,76 astrological tables, and one full page table, fine floriated initials. C19th book-plate on pastedown, autograph of &#145;T. Chardin&#146; Paris 1872&#146; beneath, title page with faded illegible autograph dated 1689, another of &#145;Jo. Michael Bernhols? 8 April 1788&#146;. Light age yellowing, occasional minor marginal light dampstaining, rust spots and thumb-mark. A very good copy in an excellent contemporary Wittenberg binding by Thomas Kruger, in blind-stamped pigskin over boards, covers triple blind ruled to a panel design with blind floral roll surrounding panels, outer panel of small blind-stamped scenes of the Annunciation, Nativity, Crucifixion etc, central panel on upper cover with large blind-stamped panel of the crucifixion within architectural frame incorporating inscriptions in Latin and Hebrew from Psalm 62, signed Thomas Kruger, initials L.B.A. above, the date 1562 below, lower cover with a large central panel of Christ resurrected conquering Satan and Sin, within architectural frame incorporating inscriptions in Latin and Hebrew from Hosea 13, unsigned, spine with blind ruled raised bands, a.e.r., covers slightly rubbed and scratched. First edition of one of the most complete and profusely illustrated surveys of 16th century chiromancy, astrology, physiognomy and divination in general, by the teacher, astrologer, mathematician and musician Jean Taisnier who was conversant with both the sciences and the occult arts, subjects interconnected in the academic mind of the day. After his education at a Jesuit school he worked as a tutor at the court of Emperor Charles V from 1530 to 1550, and traveled extensively with the court in Spain, Germany, the Netherlands, and accompanied the Emperor to Tunis. Taisnier also taught at the universities of Rome, Bologna and Padua and later taught mathematics in Palermo and Ferrara. After the death of Charles V he retired to Cologne where he obtained the office of master of music in the Electoral chapel and where he wrote his present magnum opus. This work is divided into eight chapters though is really three works; the first and largest deals with chiromancy, the second with physiognomy and the third with astrology. The first part dedicated to chiromancy was probably the most heavily illustrated and analytical work of its kind in its time, dealing with every aspect of the art. "He reproduces many of the traditional marks and signs in these diagrams, including those indicative of riches and inheritances as well as the many signs indicating the manner of death. Taisnier did however, approach the study of the hand from a very astrological perspective and was keen to perceive the two studies in relation to one another. He spends some time considering the significance and meaning of the planets and carefully allocates the planets to the various parts of the hand. Jupiter, Saturn, Apollo and Mercury have dominion of the digital mounts, ., and Venus and the Moon rule the thenar and hypothenar areas of the palm respectively" Christopher Jones. Taisnier has been widely criticized for having entirely plagiarized the work from that of Barthélemy Cocles, of Bologna, &#145;Physiognomoniae et Chiromantiae Compendium&#146;, Strasburg 1534. Taisnier also allegedly copied the treatise of physiognomy from this work and illustrated it from another source. "Despite this fact that Taisnier shamelessly utilized and rehearsed earlier writings, his combination of interest in occult art or pseudo-sciences with technology, measurement, something of mathematical method, and a yearning for new discovery through [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        M. Tullii Ciceronis orationum Pars I-III. Cum correctionibus Pauli Manutii. 3 Bände.

      Aldus (bzw. Paulus) Manutius, Venedig 1562 - 8vo. Mit 4 Druckermarken. 348; 312; 296 (recte 304) Bl. Späteres Pgt. m. RSchild. (18. Jh.). Grünschnitt. Adams C 1862. - Renouard 187,14. - Aldinen-Slg. der SB Berlin 1005, 1007, 1008. - Vollständige dreibändige Ausgabe der Orationes, hrsg. von Paulus Manutius, in einem ansprechenden Pergamenteinband des 18. Jahrhunderts. - Pgt. m. stärkerer dunkler Patina. Exlibris im Innendeckel, alter Name auf Titel. Kl. Ausschnitte an je 1 Bl. in jedem Band, in Bd. 3 unten am Titel hinterlegt. Titelbl. fleckig, sonst nur gelegentlich im Rande. Einige kl. Wurmgänge in Deckel sowie im weißen Rande einiger Bl. in Band 1. Vereinzelt Marginalien v. alter Hand. gr.

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        Commentarii in Titulum Digestorum De Religiosis & Sumptibus Funerum.

      1562 - Funeral Rites and Burials Asinio, Giovanni Baptista [fl. 1562]. Commentarii in Titulum Digestorum De Religiosis & Sumptibus Funerum. Florence: Apud Laurentium Torrentinum, 1562. [viii], 338, [52] pp. Folio (12-3/4" x 8-1/4"). Contemporary calf with later varnishing, blind rules and small central arabesques to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine, spine ends and corners mended. Some scuffing to boards, corners bumped, front joint partially cracked, front hinge just starting, rear hinge mended, later armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Light toning to text, a bit of soiling to title page. Early owner annotations to front pastedown, signatures and stamps to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A nice copy of a rare title. * Only edition. Asinio was a notable Florentine jurist who was patronized by Cosimo I de Medici. He is best-known for his treatises on practice and procedure in Roman and Florentine law. De Executionibus is a comprehensive treatise on the section of the Digest, Book XI, Title 7, which addresses funeral rites and burial. It is a scarce title. OCLC locates 5 copies, 3 in North America (at the Library of Congress, Newberry Library and University of Chicago). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE3262. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Landscape (from a set of twelve Landscapes).

      Antwerp 1562. "Landscape with river; city in the background left, village to the right. Signed on the bottom left:'HBOL' (HB monogrammed)"."Etching and engraving on paper; trimmed to platemark; total: 231 x 321 mm; evenly yellowed paper, corners worn out; state I/2; New Hollstein 225; New Hollstein (Bol) 220; Riggs 4.5 OMP D (6)"

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        Mountainous landscape with boats in the foreground.

      1562. Described in Riggs (1977) as 'River Landscape with a barge in the center foreground' as nr. 7 of a series of twelve plates with 'Landscapes with Village Scenes'. Signed on the bottom left:'HBOL' with 'HB' monogrammed and on the bottom right:'H. Cock ex.' In outstanding conditions."Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed to platemark, remargined in Japanese paper; total (without added margins): 224 x 320 mm. State I/2. Watermark on the left: caraffe with two flowers. Collector's mark on the verso in blue ink, Bernhard Keller (1789-1870), L.384. PL2"

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        Liturgiae, sive missae sanctorum patrum: (.) de ritu missae et eucharistia. Mit einer allegorischen Druckermarke auf der Titelei. VORGEBUNDEN: (Georg Witzel) "Postilla hoc est Enarratio Epistolarum et Evangeliorum de Sanctis in Natalibus S. Andreae".

      J. Stelsius u.a, Antwerpen u.a 1562 - 1562 resp. ohne Datierung. 201 Blatt, 1 Blatt; 304 Blatt, 20 Blatt. Ganzpergament der Zeit auf drei Bünden mit Platten- und Rollstempel-Verzierung. (Schließbänder fehlen, Rücken braun überlackiert, dadurch alte Rückenbeschriftung teilweise tektiert, beide Deckel nur leicht fleckig, Titelei des vorgebundenen Titels fehlt, Signaturen und Besitzeinträge von alter Hand, Zahlenstempel auf Vorsatzblatt. .verso, innen nur wenig gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig, gegen Ende im rechten Rand leicht knitterspurig, im Ganzen recht gut erhalten). - Wohl erste Ausgabe der Schrift, in der Claude de Sainctes (1525 - 1591) Äusserungen der Patristiker (Basilius Magnus, Johannes Chrysosthomos u.a.) zur Liturgie versammelt. Der vorgebundene Titel läßt sich, da die Titelei fehlt, zwar via KVK Witzel zuordnen, nicht aber einer bestimmten Ausgabe. Es handelt sich aber mit Sicherheit um eine Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts. Mit diesem Untertitel ist die Veröffentlichung via KVK für uns nicht nachweisbar. 700 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Discorso generale intorno alla generatione, al nascimento de gli huomini.

      by Giovanni Griffio for Giovan Battista Somasco, Venice 1562 - A LIFE COMPENDIUM FROM THE 1500s FIRST EDITION, 8vo., ff. (xxiv), 147 (i) (leaves in G inverted). Dedication in Roman letter, text in Italic; woodcut ornaments and initials, printer's centaur device on title, large woodcut emblem of the Dadda family preceding dedication; some age yellowing, infrequent light spotting. C18th century white on black armorial library stamp of Oratius Luccesinus preceding title page. In contemporary purple dyed vellum, later silver panel with interesting Greek style decoration at corners and central arabesque enclosing large "L" on upper cover, floral decoration on lower; all in silver. Re-backed, original spine partially remounted. Lacking ties. First edition of Venusti's work on birth, death and the brevity of life. The text is divided into 139 chapters, covering a wide range of topics more or less controversial but all highly practical and of popular interest, including abortion, why good men die young, and why teeth cannot be destroyed by fire. The definition of the hermaphrodite is given, along with curiosities such as facts about the famous Milanese dwarfs, and explanations to conundrums of the lay person - for example why Turkish men have more wives and why lust is especially characteristic of the hairy and the lame. The author starts by describing the dignity of marriage, the relationship of husband and wife and the treatment of moral, social and sexual behaviour. He moves on to medical prescriptions and superstitions in cases of pregnancy, birth and children, complete with indications on care and education, often referring to the opinions of Avicenna, Aristotle, Averroes, Cicero, Plato, Homer and the Bible. The result is a mixture of medicine and philosophy. The last section discusses natural and unnatural ways of dying and the division of time into years, days and hours. The origins of time measurement are debated including philosophical speculations on its nature. Oratius Luccesinus was a member of a family prominent in Lucca in the first half of eighteenth century belonging to the nobility of the city. The decoration of the binding is unusual combining the Renaissance and the beginnings of Neoclassicism. Antonio Maria Venusti (1529 - 1585) was a doctor from Grosio, a village near the city of Sondrio. He descended from a poor branch of the Venosta family, the Earls of Tirolo, which in the CXIV ruled that region. He lived in Milan at the court of Dadda family who undertook his education since his father had died during his boyhood and Venusti dedicated this work to the ten sons of Erasmo Dadda. Their motto, NEC VI NEC SPONTO, on p. b2v, is represented in the centre of a chain made up of ten diamond rings, compared in verse by Giovanni Battista Porro to the valour and strength of the Dadda family. BM.STC. It. p.718; Wellcome I 6537; Durling 4570. Italian [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Emblemata amatoria.Venice, Pietro Paolo Tozzi (colophon: Venice, printed by Giacomo Sarzina, 1627). Small oblong 16mo (7 x 9 cm). A Latin emblem book, with 83 poems and 81 full-page engravings (4.5 x 6 cm) on integral leaves, namely the engraved title-page, the engraved arms of the dedicatee, Venetian Senator Dominico Molino, 75 love-emblem engravings and 4 engravings of tombs. 19th-century richly gold-tooled red morocco, gilt edges (LORTIC).

      Landwehr, Romanic Emblem Books 201 (5 copies); Praz, pp. 127, 295. First (and only early) edition of a miniature book of love emblems in Latin, with 83 original poems by Camerarius and 75 emblematic engravings mostly inspired by Dutch predecessors. Most show Cupid with his bow and arrows in a wide variety of scenes taken from classical mythology and from daily life. The armorial dedication engraving and the first 74 love-emblem engravings each appear on rectos with a poem on the facing verso. The last love-emblem engraving shows Narcissus, with a 14-page poem, followed by two poems without engravings ("Lycoris" and "Oliverio Cavæo"). The last 5 engravings, also facing poems, show the tombs of Henri IV (1562-1610), King of France and Navarre; Paolo Leoni (d. 1590), Bishop of Farrera; Thomas Dempster (1579-1625), Scottish historian (who wrote a brief biography of his friend Camerarius in his posthumous Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Scotorum); and the author's father Patricius Camerarius. A final poem ("Manibus Octavii Boturini Veronensis") completes the text.Very good copy, with some occasional minor offsetting. A lovely little book of love emblems, with 81 plates.

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        Concio habita ad Sacrosanctam Synodum Trident. Dominica Sanctiss. Trinitatis. XXIIII. Maii. MDLXII.

      Padua, ex officina Laurentii Pasquatii et sociorum, 1562. - Circular woodcut printer's device on title page. Woodcut initial. Italic type throughout, except for the title page. 11 [i.e., 10] leaves [final leaf misnumbered 11], signed A-B@4, C@2. 4?, disbound in much later wrappers (wrappers soiled; spine defective). Gatherings loose. Some minor soiling. Overall in good to very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION [?]. Another edition, or issue, appeared in Brescia the same year; each had the date 24 May on the title page. Both have the same number of leaves and the same collation by signatures. We are unable to establish priority.Pedro de FuentidueÒa, a native of Segovia, was a leading humanist and theologian. He was associated with Benito Arias Montano, and took an active part in the Council of Trent. ---- Adams F728; cf. F727 for the Brescia imprint. British Museum @Italian Preñ1601 STC, p. 273. Palau, 95504. On Pedro de FuentidueÒa, see Rubio Fuentes y Vaquero Chinarro, "Un insigne segoviano en el siglo XVI alcalaÌno: Pedro de FuentidueÒa (1513-1579)" in @Anales Complutenses, N? 8, (1996), pp. 49-76. Italian Union Catalogue: 11 copies in 10 locations.SHIPPED FROM PORTUGAL [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Le deche di T. Livio padovano delle historie romane, tradotte nella lingua toscana, da M. Iacopo Nardi cittadino fiorentino, & nuouamente dal medesimo gia la terza volta rivedute, & emendate con le postille parimente ampliate nelle margini del libro, [.] Et appresso, la valuta delle monete romane, [.] Con la tavola de re, consoli, tribuni militari [.] Indice copiosissimo [.].

      - In Venetia, nella stamperia de Giunti, 1562, in-folio, leg. settecentesca in piena pelle (lievi difetti), carte [4], 34, 485. Con marche xilografica sul front. e al verso dell'ultima carta. Non è stata legata l'ultima carta, che era bianca. Aloni marginali. Piccoli e rari camminamenti di tarlo (sempre solo marginali). Nel complesso buon esemplare. Camerini, I, 662. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Florentinae Historiae Libro Octo Priores cum Indice locupletissimo

      Apud Haeredes Iacobi Iuntae (in fine: Excudebat Iacobus Faurus), Lugduni 1562 - Legatura seicentesca in bazzana con nervi, fregi e titolo oro al dorso. Tagli colorati a spruzzo. Firme ms. e qualche macchia di inchiostro al frontis. Margine superiore sobrio. Edizione originale di un opera divenuta rara perché i Medici fecero distruggere molte copie a causa delle critiche rivolte dall A. alla loro famiglia. Moreni, I, 180; Lozzi, 1785. 8vi (cm. 22,5), 16 cc.nn., 463(1) pp., 16 cc.nn. Grande marca tipografica al frontespizio. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tou en hagiois hieromartyros Ignatiou Archiepiskopou Antiochias, epistolai Sancti martyris Ignatij Antiochiæ Archiepiscopi, epistolæ

      Parisiis : Apud Guil. Morelium ... MDLXII [1562] : Parisiis : Apud Guil. Morelium ... MDLXII [1562] , 1562. Book measures 6 1/2 x 4 1/4 inches. Collation, [4],156pp. Text in Greek/Latin. Bound in full leather. Rebacked retaining early boards, flat bands, leather title label. Binding in very good clean firm condition. Internally, prevoius owners name on title page, in early hand. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice clean well bound copy. . Full Leather. Very Good Plus. Small 8vo.

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        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 ... (Truncated)

      Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum, 1562, Hardback, Book Condition: Very Good, First Edition. Full Book 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.... 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 and strong.; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 385 pages; Physical description; 385, 98 pages, 24 unnumbered pages ; (folio). Printer's device to the title. Subjects; Paul III, Pope 1468-1549. Clement VII, Pope 1478-1534. Pius IV, Pope 1499-1565. Catholic Church. Popes - Early works to 1800. Language; Latin.

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        Ecclesiastica historia, integram ecclesiae Christi ideam... Per aliquot studiosos et pios viros in urbe Magdeburgica. Teile 1-7 in 4 Bänden.

      Basel, Oporinus, 1562-, 1567.. Folio, circa 32,8 x 21,3 cm. Zusammen circa 3000 Seiten, meist in Spalten gedruckt, Titel meist mit Druckermarke Neueres Halbleinen. VD16 E 230 (Centurien 1-3; hier in der Ausgabe von 1564), VD16 E 222 (Quarta centuria; Ausgabe 1561-62), VD16 E 224 (Quinta centuria), VD16 E 226 (Sexta et septima centuria). - Die Magdeburger Centurien gelten als die erste grosse und umfassende Kirchengeschichte von protestantischer Seite. Initiator war der aus Kroatien stammende Humanist und Theologe Matthias Flacius Illyricus (1520-1575), den grösseren Teil bearbeitete wohl Johannes Wigand (1523-1587). Absicht des grossangelegten Werkes ist es, die Entwicklung der katholischen Kirche als Irrweg darzustellen und die Reformation als eine Rückkehr zum eigentlichen und richtigen Christentum zu präsentieren. Unabhängig von der Tendenz ist jedoch der Umgang mit den Quellen vorbildlich und wurde zum Muster für spätere Kirchengeschichten. Es erschienen insgesamt 13 Teile, die bis zum Jahr 1298 reichen. Hier vorhanden sind die Centurien 1-7. - Papierbedingt gebräunt, teils stockfleckig. Im ersten Band fehlt offenbar das letzte Blatt mit dem Datum. Sehr schlichte moderne Einbände. - Sehr schwer - kein Versand in die Schweiz!!.

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        De rebus philosophicis libri LIIII. in Enneades sex distributi, a Marsilio Ficino e Graeca lingua in Latinam versi.

      Basel, Guarinus, 1562. - Fol. 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".

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        Hadrianus tit. S. Grisogonis r.e. card. Batonien. De sermone latino, et modis latine loquendis. Nuper a mendis plerisque expurgatus, & in suum pristinum candorem restitutus. Eiusdem venatio ad Ascanium Cardinalem

      Venezia : per Bernardinum Bindonum Mediolanensem Sumptu vero Melchioris Sessae, 1562. - In-8 (8) c. 167 c. (1) c. In fine: Gatto con topo in bocca, in cornice figurata. Motto: Dissimilium infida societas . Piena pergamena. Manoscritto sugl'usi medicinali del corallo all'ultima carta. Foro di tarlo al margine bianco superiore dalla carta 6 che si protrae per alcune decine di carte ed un altro dalla carta 120 alla 140. L'opera ebbe un successo straordinario, e venne stampata più di trenta volte, fino alla fine dell'8oo; la sua fortuna si deve soprattutto al poemetto finale di argomento venatorio: nei suoi 428 versi viene descritta una caccia organizzata dal Card. Ascanio Sforza, cui è dedicato, nei pressi di Tivoli, in vicinanza delle Acque Albule; battuta di caccia che venne seguita da un sontuoso banchetto ed alla quale partecipò anche l'autore. La "Venatio" è la prima opera di caccia in cui si accenni all'esistenza del fucile, col quale il tedesco Libs della Sicambria, qualificato dal Castellesi come l'inventore di tale arma, aveva ucciso un istrice. Castellesi, Adriano (da Corneto) latinista, grecista, ebraicista, nacque attorno al 1458, fu segretario di Adriano IV,che lo fece Cardinale, ebbe importanti nunziature , e fu anche in Inghilterra presso Enrico VII. Espertissimo negli affari, si arricchì grandemente, destando in tal modo l'invidia di Cesare Borgia, che tentò di avvelenarlo. Andato in esilio e ritornatone all'avvento di Leone X, dovette ritornarvi perché accusato di aver parte nella congiura del Card. Petrucci. Da questo momento di lui non si seppe più nulla: sembra che sia stato assassinato, a scopo di furto, da uno dei suoi servitori. (Ceresoli - Bibliografia su la caccia, la pesca). Melchiorre Sessa, tipografo e libraio attivo a Venezia, figlio di Giovanni Battista il vecchio, stampò da solo dal 1506 al 1516; poi fu in società con Pietro Ravani, e dal 1526 riprese a lavorare da solo. Sposò Veronica Barone ed ebbe 6 figli. Come editore, si servì di molte tipografie, tra cui quelle dei Nicolini da Sabbio, dei Giglio, di Bernardino Bindoni e di Francesco Rampazetto. Vianello ipotizza che abbia usato sia l'insegna della gatta che quella della nave. La sua bottega si trovava a San Giuliano, vicino al campo San Lio. Morì probabilmente nel 1565; la firma Melchiorre Sessa dal 1555 al 1565 potrebbe riferirsi sia al padre che al figlio omonimo. Ceresoli 140. 16mo secolo [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Brasil Nvova Tavola

      Venice, Giordano Ziletti, 1562. Brasil. "Brasil Nuova Tavola". Orig. copper-engraving from G. Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geography. Published in Venice by G. Ziletti, 1562. With erupting volcano and title above the map. 18,5:25,5 cm (7 1/4 x 10 inch.).. The map of Brasil. Oriented to the West. - Latin text on verso. - Girolamo Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia included newly engraved copperplates by Giulio and Livio Sanuti. The curious fact is that this map is one of two that were engraved on the same plate, printed and than separated for the book. This can be seen by the fact that the plate mark of the map runs off the top of the page.

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