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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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        Dialogo Della Vigilia, et Del Sonno, del Magnifico Signore Ugoni Gentilhuomo Bresciano / Trattato., Della Impositione de' Nomi / Ragionamento., Nel Quale Si Ragiona Di Tutti Gli Stati Dell'humana Vita / Discorso., Della Dignità.di Venetia.

      Pietro Da Fine, Venezia 1562 - Volume, in-8°, reliure de vélin rigide fin XIXe, pièce de titre de maroquin rouge, titre doré, pages de garde petits peignés, réunissant 4 opuscules de l'auteur paru la même année à Venise : 1. Dialogo della Vigilia. [1 ff. blanc], (page de titre)-(8), 116, (3 p. errori et dernier verso blanc]. 2. Trattato.[1 ff. blanc], (page de titre), (3), 22, (1 p. errori et dernier verso blanc]. 3. Ragionamento.[1 ff. blanc], [page de titre], [6], 116, [4]. 4. Discorso., della dignita et eccellenza della gran città di Venetia. Con una bellissima essortazione del medesimo autore, all'honorato consiglio della città sua di Brescia, [page de titre], [4], 24, [3 ff blancs], Marque de l'imprimeur à chaque titre. Rare réunion et édition originale de quatre opuscules d'Ugoni (1507-1571), poète et humaniste protestant, originaire de Salò, appartenant à la société patricienne de Brescia, et dont on remarquera que le nom n'apparait pas sur les pages de titre. L'oeuvre d'Ugoni est intéressante à plusieurs titres. Elle témoigne d'abord de la vitalité des idées de la Réforme dans l'Italie du Nord du milieu du XVIe siècle, alors que se développe la Contre-Réforme romaine et l'Inquisition : Ugoni, inquiété par l'Inquisition à Brescia en 1544-1545, puis en 1552-1553, convaincu d'hérésie, ami de l'humaniste milanais Publio Francesco Spinola accusé de luthéranisme - c'est lui qui signe les dédicaces de chaque opuscule - rejoint les cercles réformés de Venise, fait paraître la même année en 1562 les quatre opuscules chez l'imprimeur vénitien Pietro da Fine et sera convoqué par le tribunal de l'Inquisition en 1564. La forme littéraire d'Ugoni est à noter également, qui s'inscrit dans le courant des "dialogues" humanistes, comme genre d'argumentation, référence aux dialogues de Platon et de l'antiquité et alternative à la dispute médiévale. Le "Dialogo della vigilia, et del sonno" argumente sur le rôle du sommeil et des rêves., le "Ragionamento" sur les vertus du mariage et sur l'enfermement au couvent de jeunes filles de l'aristocratie italienne dans le cadre d'un palais bressan, par la prise de parole de Virginia Pallavicini Gambara .qui fut à Rome très proche du pape Paul III décédé quelques années plus tôt en 1549. Très bon exemplaire sans défaut majeur avec une bel ex-libris d'Alex. Basilewitch encadré de la devise "de las cosas mas seguras la mas seguras es dudar". Petite note manuscrite en italien d'une écriture ancienne sur huit lignes au dernier feuillet blanc du "Discorso". PHOTOS NUMERIQUES DISPONIBLES PAR EMAIL SUR SIMPLE DEMANDE-DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPS MAY BE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST.(ALB5) Size: 10,5 x 16 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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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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        Statuti, Capitoli et Constitutioni dell Ordine de Cavalieri di Santo Stephano fondato et dotato dall Illust. et Eccell. Signor Cosimo Medici Duca di Fiorenza et di Siena

      appresso Lorenzo Torrentino, in Fiorenza 1562 - Legatura coeva in pergamena floscia. Leggere macchie, ondulazioni e tracce di legacci. Leggero alone all angolo inferiore delle prime dieci carte ma interni freschissimi e ad ampi margini. Edizione originale. Adams, S1832. Folio (cm. 33), 4 cc.nn., 86 pp., 11 cc.nn. Frontis. interamente inciso, num.si capilettera ornati e fig. Grande marca tipografica con stemma mediceo al colophon. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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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        Vingt deux sermons ausquels est exposé le Pseaume cent dixneufième conten EDITION ORIGINALE

      Genève: Chez François Estienne, 1562. Fine. Chez François Estienne, Genève 1562, in-12 (10x16cm), 454 pp. [Sig : a-z8 A-E8 F3], relié. - Original edition. According to sources, there are only five known copies. Included the text of the psalm. No copy in the National Library, one at the British Library, nothing in the French catalogs; a copy in Bristol. Edition mentioned in Research on the printing press in Geneva from 1550 to 1564: literature review, economic ... by Paul Chaix. 35 lines per page. Binding full vellum vintage flaps. Back smooth decorated with a piece as black morocco with posterior long grain. A hitch at one of the sections and tail jaw. Psalm 119 is the longest of all psalms and the longest chapter in the Bible; about is respect for the law. Calvin wife in his reading most of the arguments expressed by St. Augustine in his comments, but the formula in his language. He reminded several times that the Act forms part of the covenant God made with Israel; the Act is not a collection of commands to watch, it would be nothing without the adoption of grace and covenant with Jesus Christ. Sermons were collected by his students, Calvin does not have time to rewrite and his chagrin, to make them more concise. He was also long grieved publications of his sermons, not only because he could not work them, but because the shape of the sermon deviated from its principles of writing and a sermon for a particular public would have been different in another place; so he understood little that can spread throughout Europe. Three bookplates including Ambroise Firmin-Didot and Jacques Old Man. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Selon certaines sources, il n'y aurait que cinq exemplaires connus. Inclus le texte du psaume. Aucun exemplaire à la Bibliothèque Nationale, un à la British Library, rien dans les catalogues français ; un exemplaire à Bristol. Edition mentionnée dans Recherches sur l'imprimerie à Genève de 1550 à 1564 : étude bibliographique, économique... par Paul Chaix. 35 lignes par page. Reliure en plein vélin à rabats d'époque. Dos lisse orné d'une pièce de titre de maroquin à grain long noir postérieure. Un accroc au niveau de l'une des coupes et en mors de queue. Le psaume 119 est le plus long de tous les psaumes, ainsi que le plus long chapitre de la Bible ; son sujet est le respect de la Loi. Calvin épouse dans sa lecture la plupart des thèses exprimées par Saint Augustin dans ses propres commentaires, mais il les formule dans son langage. Il rappelle plusieurs fois que la Loi s'inscrit dans le cadre de l'alliance que Dieu a conclue avec Israël ; la Loi n'est donc pas qu'un recueil de commandements à observer, elle ne serait rien sans l'adoption de la Grâce et l'alliance avec Jésus Christ. Les Sermons furent recueillis par ses étudiants, Calvin n'ayant pas le temps de les réécrire et à son grand dam, de les rendre plus concis. Il fut par ailleurs longtemps chagriné des publications de ses sermons, non seulement parce qu'il ne pouvait les travailler, mais surtout parce que la forme même du sermon dérogeait à ses principes d'écriture, et qu'un sermon destiné à un public particulier aurait été différent dans un autre lieu ; il comprenait donc peu qu'on puisse les répandre dans l'Europe entière. Trois ex-libris dont celui d'Ambroise Firmin-Didot et Jacques Vieillard.

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        IL CANCELLIERI Libro della memoria.

      Venetia, appresso i Gioliti, 1562-1589. In-16 gr. (mm. 198x142), p. pergam. settecentesca, fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli azzurri, pp.num. 56, marca tipograf. al frontespizio, ornato da testatine e numer. belliss. capilett. figur. a vignetta, in silografia. ?"Dove si tratta per paragone della prudenza de gli antichi, con la sapienza de?' moderni in tutte le attioni del mondo, & fatti honorati d'Arme, di Dominio, & Magistrato. Terminando tutto con le proprie Sentenze. Cavate da greci, da latini et della nostra lingua d'huomini illustri, & sapienti d'ogni stato, grado, & conditione?". "Terza edizione", 1589 (la prima è del 1562). Unito, dello stesso A.: "Libro dell?'eloquenza", nel qual si vede per similitudine, la Virtù del dire degli Antichi Savi, & de Moderni Virtuosi, in ogni impresa honorata; di Guerra, di Stato & di Potenza. Risolvendo con le vere sentenze.. (1562), pp. 64, marca tipograf. al frontespizio e grandi belliss. capilett. in silografia. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Bongi,II, p. 149: ?"Sono sentenze di antichi e moderni, e concludenti con motti sentenziosi, scritti con disinvoltura; pregio che hanno tutte le composizioni, anche le più futili, di questo autore?" - Adams,I, p. 363. Leggerm. corto del marg. sup., altrim. esemplare molto ben conservato.

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        Tierra Nveva

      Venice, Ziletti, 1562. "Tierra Nueva". Orig. copper-engraving from G. Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geography. Published in Venice by G. Ziletti, 1562. With title above the map. 19:25 cm (7 1/2 x 10 inch.).. Burden: The Mapping of North America, nr. 30. - Latin text on verso. - A few very small cracks in centerfold expertly restored. - The map shows the eastern coast of the United States and Canada, from Florida to Labrador. Its main focus is what we know today as the Mid-Atlantic, New England, and Nova Scotia. "Angoulesme" is likely New York Harbor, "Flora" is likely the southern coast of Long Island, and "Brisa" is probably Block Island. - Ruscelli's edition of Ptolemy's Geographia included newly engraved copperplates by Giulio and Livio Sanuti. This map is one of two that were engraved on the same plate, printed and than separated for the book. It can be seen by the fact that the plate mark runs off the top of the page.

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        L'Asia del S. Giovanni di Barros, nella quale oltre le cose appartenenti alla militia, si ha piena cognitione di tutte le Città, Monti, & Fiumi delle parti Orientali, con la descrittione de paesi, & costumi di quei popoli. Nuouamente di lingua Portoghese tradotta

      Venice: Vincenzio Valgrisi, 1562. Small quarto, two volumes in one, italic letter with woodcut initials, printer's device on both titles; a fine copy in a splendid 19th-century red morocco binding. First edition in Italian. Alfonso Ulloa's translation of Barros's collection contains the first and second decades, all that had appeared in Portuguese at this time. They deal with the African voyages, the discovery of the Cape of Good Hope, the voyages of Vasco da Gama and Cabral, as well as the activities of the Viceroys in India, Almedia and Albuquerque, with descriptions of Goa, Malacca, and the kingdom of Deccan.The most celebrated of the Portuguese chroniclers, often described as the Portuguese Livy, Barros had published his first Decada in 1552. The second appeared in 1553, and the third not until 1563. "Their success was immediate, especially abroad... copies soon became extremely rare, the first two Decads were translated into Italian before the third appeared, and Pope Pius IV is said to have placed Barros' portrait (or bust) next to the statue of Ptolemy... [Barros] read everything, pored over maps and chronicles and documents from the East, and even bought a Chinese slave to translate for him. With this enthusiasm, his unfailing sense of order and proportion, and his clear and copious style he necessarily produced a work of permanent value..." (Bell, Portuguese Literature, pp. 193-4).

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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 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...

      Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum, 1562. 1st Edition. 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. 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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        La historia d'Italia

      Venetia : Appresso Giovan Maria Bonelli 1562 - From the library of Hugo Grotius, inscribed by his hand on bottom verso of title page. Quarto. [24], 470, [8] p. ; 22 cm, Printers devices, engravings. Full vellum binding with leather spine label. Marbled pastedowns. Page ends colored dark blue. Good binding and cover. Soiling to boards. Chipping to the head of vellum spine. Indentation on title page of 3 small stamps removed. Contemporary repair by printer to tail of title page. Written in contemporary ink, with rust occurring in some parts: Ex Libris Hug. Grotii on bottom corner of title page verso. Scattered foxing, with light toning occuring, otherwise very good internally. The first edition of this work was published in Florence in 1561, under the care of the author's nephew, Agnolo Guicciardini, and contained sixteen books only; the last four being unfinished, the editor hesitated to publish them and they were not printed until 1564. The present edition, like the first, contains only sixteen books, covering the years 1490-1526. Francesco Guicciardini was a noted writer of Italian political history in the 16th century. His use of government documents to help write his history was an advance in historiography. Guicciardini served Florence as an ambassador to the Papal States, the court of Ferdinand of Spain, and was active with the Medici regime. Guicciardini wrote the history of Italy for posterity. His analysis and interweaving of political dynamics gives the work lasting relevance. Hugo Grotius was a jurist in the Dutch Republic. With Francisco de Vitoria and Alberico Gentili he laid the foundations for international law, based on natural law. He was also a philosopher, theologian, Christian apologist, playwright, historiographer, poet, statesman and diplomat. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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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        LA VERA DICHIARATIONE DI TUTTE LE METAFORE, SIMILITUDINI, & ENIMMI DEGLI ANTICHI FILOSOFI ALCHIMISTI, TANTO CALDEI & ARABI, COME GRECI & LATINI, USATI DA LORO NELLA DESCRITTIONE, & COMPOSITIONE DELL'ORO POTABILE, ELISSIRE DELLA VITA, QUINTA ESSENZA, & LAPIS FILOSOFICO. OVE CON UN BREVE DISCORSO DELLA GENERATIONE DE I MINERALI, & QUASI DI TUTTE L'OPERE DI NATURA, SECONDO I PRINCIPIJ  DELLA FILOSOFIA, SI MOSTRA L'ERRORE, & L'IGNORANZA (PER NON DIR L'INGANNO) DI TUTTI GLI ALCHIMISTI MODERNI. PER FRATE QUATTRAMI EVANGELISTA DA GUBBBIO DELL'ORDINE EREMITANO DI S. AGOSTINO, SEMPLICISTA, & DISTILLATORE DELL'ILLUSTRISS. & REVERENDISSIMO SIG. CARD. D'ESTE.

      Esemplare in buone condizioni, modesta gora al bordo superiore di alcune carte Legatura coeva in piena pergamena ITALIANO Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, antico titolo manoscritto al dorso "De l'ignoranza de l'alchimista". Sguardie sostituite. Frontespizio con titolo, marca araldica silografata, antiche note di possesso; 22 pagine numerate di dediche varie con alcuni fregi tipografici silografati; 11 carte non numerate,; 230 pagine numerate; 24 pagine non numerate per errata, indici e registro; 1 carta bianca.  Prima rara edizione,di questa esposizione contro quelli ritenuti essere gli inganni degli alchimisti contemporanei a questo naturalista botanico alla corte del Duca Alfonso di Ferrara e distillatore del Cardinale d'Este. Nativo di Gubbio, Quattrami Evangelista  lasciò la sua città giovanissimo per entrare nell'Ordine degli Agostiniani; giunto a Roma, conseguì il dottorato in teologia e frequentò lo Studio e il Collegio dei Medici, dedicandosi allo studio dei semplici conseguendo il dottorato anche  in botanica. Nel 1562 (o nel 1564) entrò al servizio del cardinale Luigi d'Este come semplicista e distillatore. Per il Cardinale d'Este  progettando nella sua villa  al Quirinale, uno stupendo e ammirato giardino.  Nel 1586 scrisse un trattatello sulla peste e l'anno successivo pubblicò il trattato sull'alchimia qui in esame. Trasferitosi a Firenze, nel 1597 pubblicò il celebre lavoro sulla teriaca, che costituì la summa sel suo pensiero e della sua attività di semplicista.   Evangelista Quattrami nel 1602 di sicuro si trovava di nuovo a Gubbio, quasi ottantenne, dopo una vita trascorsa lontano dal convento dove era entrato giovanissimo. Esemplare in buone condizioni, poche note note marginali manoscritte, una gora la bordo superiore di diverse pagine che compare e ricompare qua e là.

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        LA GIERUSALEMME LIBERATA. Overo il Goffredo. Di nuovo ricorretto, et secondo le proprie copie dell'istesso Autore ridotto a compimento tale, che non vi si può altro più desiderare.

      "Con gli Argomenti del Sig.Oratio Ariosti gentil'huomo ferrarese, aggiuntovi d'incerto Autore l'Allegorie a ciascun Canto, per lo più tolte dall'istesso Signor Tasso. Annotationi, et Dichiarationi, sì d'alcuni passi del Poema come dell'Historie toccate nel Libro". Opera dedicata al Principe Alessandro Farnese. Cm.20,8x15. Pg.(8),244,40. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida, con nuovi fogli di guardia. Marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio e all'ultima carta, assieme al registro. Capilettera e cartigli ornati. In fine sono contenuti "Gli Epitteti del Poema". Il volume presenta vistosi difetti: restauro al margine esterno del frontespizio e della prima carta della dedicatoria, mentre la metà inferiore della prima carta del testo, mancante, è stata sostituita da una carta bianca. Minimi restauri alle carte H1, K1, L3, L5, L6, L7, M2, N8, O1, P8, senza tuttavia inficiare in alcun modo la consultazione. Alcuni aloni bruniti. Margine superiore ristretto. Concepita in gioventù l'idea di comporre un grande poema sulla liberazione di Gerusalemme, in pieno spirito controriformista, il Tasso aveva già composto le 116 ottave del "Libro primo del Gerusalemme" prima del "Rinaldo" (1562). L'opera ebbe una sua prima stesura nel 1575, dedicata ad Alfonso II, cui seguì una profonda revisione. Fu durante questo travagliato periodo che alcune copie incompiute del poema videro la luce senza l'autorizzazione dell'Autore, in particolare l'edizione veneziana di Celio Malespini del 1580 e quelle di Parma e Casalmaggiore di Angelo Ingegneri. Alfine Tasso autorizzò quella che può considerarsi la prima edizione legittima, quella curata da Febo Bonna datata 24 giugno 1581, cui seguì la reimpressione curata dallo stesso Bonna e datata 20 luglio 1581, ambedue però viziate da numerose imperfezioni ed errori. La presente del Viotto, con la datazione del 7 ottobre 1581, può quindi a pieno titolo considerarsi come la migliore edizione sino ad allora apparsa.

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        Ragionamento, nel quale si ragiona di tutti gli stati dell?humana vita. - Venezia, (Francesco de' Franceschi Senese per) Pietro da Fino, 1562. (&:) Dialogo della vigilia, et del sonno. - Venezia, (Francesco de' Franceschi Senese per) Pietro da Fino, 1562. (&:) Trattato della impositione de' nomi. - Venezia, (Francesco de' Franceschi Senese per) Pietro da Fino, 1562. (&:) Discorso della dignità & eccellenza della gran città di Venetia. Con una bellissima essortatione del medesimo autore, all?honorato consiglio della città sua di Brescia. -

      Venezia, (Francesco de' Franceschi Senese per) Pietro da Fino, 1562.4 opere in 1 vol. In - 8 picc. Cartonatura del tardo '700; qualche abrasione. Marca tipografica su ogni frontespizio. (8), 116, (4) pp.; (10), 80, (6, ultime 3 bianche) pp.; (6) 22, (4, ultime 3 bianche) pp.; (6), 24 pp. (senza le ultime due bianche). Antiche annotazioni a penna sul primo frontespizio e firma di appartenenza del ?700 sulla prima risguardia della contessa bresciana Bianca della Somaglia Uggeri. Prime e uniche edizioni delle quattro opere, in nessuna delle quali è menzionato il nome di battesimo dell?autore. E? molto probabile che siano state scritte dell?umanista bresciano Girolamo Ugoni, legato agli ambienti riformatori e amico dell?umanista milanese Publio Francesco Spinola, curatore di questa raccolta. Spinola lasciò Milano per noie con l?Inquisizione e fu ospite di Ugoni a Brescia; nel 1561 si trasferì a Venezia ma alcuni anni dopo fu incarcerato, processato e nel 1567 condannato all?annegamento come eretico relapso. Francesco de? Franceschi da Siena stampò le opere per conto del libraio ed editore Pietro da Fino, anch?egli coinvolto nel movimento riformatore veneziano. Nella prima opera è particolarmente importante il lungo ragionamento contro le monacazioni forzate, per il quale vedi: Anne Jacobson Schutte, Force and Fear: Taking and Breaking Monastic Vows in Early Modern Europe, pp.28 - 31. Edit 16, CNCE 25284, 25279, 25285 e 25281. Cicogna, Bibliogr. veneziana, 1757. First editions of four scarce works, probably written by the humanist Girolamo Ugoni. Noteworthy is a long discussion in the first work against forcing young girls to take the veil. Printer?s device on each title. A few early ink notes on first title. Late 18th century boards, slightly rubbed.

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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 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.

      Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum 1562 - 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. 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. 2 Kg. 385 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De Termino Michaelis Anno XXI regni regis Henrici sexti [through] De Termino Hillarii Anno xxxix Henrici sexti [1443-1461]. S.T.C. 9701, 9707, 9713, 9719, 9724, 9729, 9735, 9740, 9747, 9753, 9758, 9762, and 9767. Folio

      Richard Tottel [imprints vary] 1562-67, London - Contemporary blind ruled calf, centered lozenges, rebacked, signature of William Humphreys, annotations throughout, well-preserved; the Taussig copy A rare, complete run of separately printed year books, one for each of the years of the second half [years 21 to 39] of the reign of Henry VI for which reported cases survive, as the Wars of the Roses began in earnest; in one physical volume

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        De Termino Michaelis Anno XXI regni regis Henrici sexti [through] De Termino Hillarii Anno xxxix Henrici sexti [1443-1461] S T C 9701, 9707, 9713, 9719, 9724, 9729, 9735, 9740, 9747, 9753, 9758, 9762, and 9767 Folio

      London: Richard Tottel [imprints vary], 1562-67. Contemporary blind ruled calf, centered lozenges, rebacked, signature of William Humphreys, annotations throughout, well-preserved; the Taussig copy A rare, complete run of separately printed year books, one for each of the years of the second half [years 21 to 39] of the reign of Henry VI for which reported cases survive, as the Wars of the Roses began in earnest; in one physical volume

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        Il Libro De Gli Huomini Illustri...Le Vite D'Alessandro...I Costumi Di Cesare Ne Fatti Di guerra...Espositione utilissima de l'Atanagio sopra le uoci, e cose difficili

      Venice: Domenico Guerra & Gio Battista, 1562. Early Edition. Hardcover (rebound in leather). Good Condition. Rebound in modern sheep, front endpapers replaced, minor worming and modest staining throughout, but still an attractive copy of this early Italian edition. With historiated initials - separate section titles but continuously paginated. (16), 375pp with a printers mark on the verso of page 375. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045392.

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        Türckischer Botschaft Ebrahim Strotschen, gebornen Polecken, anbringen, so er auff disen Waaltag alhie in Franckfurt, Am Mayn, Anno 1562 den 27. Novembris, für Kayser, König, Chur- und Fürsten, in Slavonischer Sprach gethan. Item, von seinen Herrlichen Geschencken, Kayserlicher, May. presentiert. Auch ein Kurtze verzeichnuß seiner Diener, Rossen, Gezeug, und Camelthieren.

      O. O., [1562].. 4 Bll. Mit ornamentaler Holzschnittvignette am Titel. Marmorierter Heftstreifen. 4to.. Einer von wenigstens drei Drucken unter diesem Titel im selben Jahr, diese Variante nicht im VD 16 nachgewiesen. Das "Anbringen türkischer Legation [...] vor kai. Maj. [...] zu Frankfurt getan anno 1562, den 27. November" stellte die Rede anlässlich der Ratifizierung eines achtjährigen Friedensvertrags zwischen Suleiman dem Prächtigen und Kaiser Ferdinand I. dar, die der polnischstämmige türkische Diplomat Ibrahim Strotschius Bey als Begleiter des ins Reich zurückgekehrten kaiserlichen Botschafters Ogier Ghiselin de Busbecq überbrachte: "The grand dragoman Ibrahim Beg accompanied Busbecq to Frankfurt at the end of the latter's eight-year embassy to the Porte (1554-1562). Ibrahim presented Suleiman's ratification of the projected eight years' peace to Ferdinand on 27 November, 1562, and requested the latter to have his seal attached thereto as a final act of validation" (K. M. Setton, The Papacy and the Levant, 1204-1571, p. 707 note 193). "Ferdinand I. hatte am 1. Juni 1562 sich verpflichtet, jährlich 30.000 Dukaten Tribut zu zahlen, und dafür sicherte Soliman ihm einen 8jährigen Frieden zu. Nun erschien Solimans polnischer Legat in Frankfurt, um den Friedensschluß zu bekräftigen. Er war begleitet von 14 Paschas, 23 Dienern, 29 Pferden und 6 Kamelen. Als Geschenk überreichte Strasz (Strotsch) 1 Zelter und 4 Kamele" (Göllner II, S. 92). - Ränder etwas lappig. Selten. - Vgl. VD 16, T 2202-2203. Göllner II, 1036-1038 (anderer Titelumbruch), 1039-1040 (Übersetzungen). Kertbeny 704. Schmidt 2831. Schottenloher 43, 473e.

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        Il Libro De Gli Huomini Illustri.Le Vite D'Alessandro.I Costumi Di Cesare Ne Fatti Di guerra.Espositione utilissima de l'Atanagio sopra le uoci, e cose difficili

      Domenico Guerra & Gio Battista, Venice 1562 - Rebound in modern sheep, front endpapers replaced, minor worming and modest staining throughout, but still an attractive copy of this early Italian edition. With historiated initials - separate section titles but continuously paginated. (16), 375pp with a printers mark on the verso of page 375. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 045392. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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 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.

      Coloniae : Apud M. Cholinum 1562 - 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. 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. 2 Kg. 385 pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Shilush L'Shonot]. Dictionarium trilingue [.].

      Basel, Heinrich Petri, (August 1562). - 257, (3) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am letzten Blatt verso. Neuerer Halblederband unter Verwendung alten Deckelmaterials mit zwei goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und Marmorvorsätzen. Kl.-Folio (200 x 290 mm). In maßgefertigtem Leinenschuber. Letzte, seltenste Ausgabe von Münsters dreisprachigem Wörterbuch, herausgegeben von Sebastianus Lepusculus. "Der Abfassung hebräischer Briefe sollte das unter dem Titel 'Dictionarium trilingue' erschienene Lateinisch-Griechisch-Hebräische Wörterbuch dienen" (Burmeister 24, zur EA 1530). "Dieses Dictionarium trilingue baute auf der bekanntesten Sprache auf, dem Lateinischen. Zu jedem lateinischen Wort galt es, eine möglichst grosse Zahl (zuweilen sind es 15 und mehr) griechische und hebräische Synonyme zu finden. Während sich die hebräischen Synonyme von selbst aus den fortgesetzten hebräischen lexikographischen Studien ergaben, erforderten die griechischen eine besondere Arbeit" (ders., Biograph. Gesamtbild, S. 42). - Etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig; kleine Randläsuren (teils bei der Neubindung hinterlegt), das letzte Blatt mit der Druckermarke neu angesetzt. Seit 1950 kein Exemplar im JAP. VD 16, M 6666. Burmeister 26. BNHCat M 845. Adams M 1929. Fürst II, 407. Vgl. BM-STC German 633 (nur andere Ausgaben). Graesse IV, 623. Nicht im BM-STC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Bible qui est Toute la sainte Escriture, contenant le vieil et nouveau Testament: De nouvea reveue, avec archgumens sur chacun livre, & amples annotations, comme il apperet par la première epistre au lecteur. Quant au nouveau Testament, il a esté reveu & corrigé sur le Grec, par l'advis des ministres de Genève.

      De l'Imprimerie de Simon Mangeant, Henry Auber & Lois le Cordier., Saint Lo. (=Caen). 1562 - Saint Lo. (=Caen). De l'Imprimerie de Simon Mangeant, Henry Auber & Lois le Cordier. 1562. Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 306 Bl., 62 Bl., 2 n.n. Bl., 90 Bl., 16 n.n. Bl. Index, 12 Bl. mit 2 wiederholten Titelholzschnitten, 6 Holzschnitten im Text, 3 Holzschnittkarten und 1 Plan auf separaten Tafeln (*6, a-z4, A-Z4, AA-ZZ4, AAa-FFf4, GGg6, A-04, P6, A-Z4, Aa-Bb4, Cc6, A-C4). Lederband um 1650 auf 6 Bünden mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. USTC 2997. - Chambers 292. (kennt 4 Exemplare: Edinburgh,Paris: Institut des Beaux Arts, Poitiers und Saint-Lo (incplt.) - Sehr seltene protestantische französische Bibel mit den Vorwörtern und Kommentaren der Genfer Ausgabe von 1548. Hier am Schluss mit dem Anhang "La forme des Prieres" die nur im Exemplar in Edinburgh vorhanden ist. Mit 4 Karten und Plänen und einem Index zur Karte die von Chambers und im USTC nicht erwähnt werden. - Titelblatt fingerfleckig und mit kleineren Randläsuren. 6 Blatt mit Papierrestaurationen. Blatt 39 mit Eckausriss und minimalem Textverlust. Der schöne Druck in zwei Spalten durchgehend mit brauner Tinte regliert. Die letzten 40 Blatt im Schnitt fleckig. Einband beschabt. Oberes Kapital mit kleiner Fehlstelle. - Kein Exemplar in der Bibliothèque National in Paris und in der Bibelsammlung der Württembergischen Landesbibliothek in Suttgart. Von uns in den letzten 40 Jahren kein Exemplar im Handel nachweisbar. Sprache: Französisch Lederband um 1650 auf 6 Bünden mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Bible qui est Toute la sainte Escriture, contenant le vieil et nouveau Testament: De nouvea reveue, avec archgumens sur chacun livre, & amples annotations, comme il apperet par la premiere epistre au lecteur. Quant au nouveau Testament, il a este reveu & corrige sur le Grec, par l'advis des ministres de Geneve.

      Saint Lo. (=Caen). De l'Imprimerie de Simon Mangeant, Henry Auber & Lois le Cordier. 1562.. Folio. 6 n.n. Bl., 306 Bl., 62 Bl., 2 n.n. Bl., 90 Bl., 16 n.n. Bl. Index, 12 Bl. mit 2 wiederholten Titelholzschnitten, 6 Holzschnitten im Text, 3 Holzschnittkarten und 1 Plan auf separaten Tafeln (*6, a-z4, A-Z4, AA-ZZ4, AAa-FFf4, GGg6, A-04, P6, A-Z4, Aa-Bb4, Cc6, A-C4). Lederband um 1650 auf 6 Bünden mit rotem goldgeprägtem Rückenschild und reicher Rückenvergoldung.. USTC 2997. - Chambers 292. (kennt 4 Exemplare: Edinburgh,Paris: Institut des Beaux Arts, Poitiers und Saint-Lo (incplt.) - Sehr seltene protestantische französische Bibel mit den Vorwörtern und Kommentaren der Genfer Ausgabe von 1548. Hier am Schluss mit dem Anhang "La forme des Prieres" die nur im Exemplar in Edinburgh vorhanden ist. Mit 4 Karten und Plänen und einem Index zur Karte die von Chambers und im USTC nicht erwähnt werden. - Titelblatt fingerfleckig und mit kleineren Randläsuren. 6 Blatt mit Papierrestaurationen. Blatt 39 mit Eckausriss und minimalem Textverlust. Der schöne Druck in zwei Spalten durchgehend mit brauner Tinte regliert. Die letzten 40 Blatt im Schnitt fleckig. Einband beschabt. Oberes Kapital mit kleiner Fehlstelle. - Kein Exemplar in der Bibliotheque National in Paris und in der Bibelsammlung der Württembergischen Landesbibliothek in Suttgart. Von uns in den letzten 40 Jahren kein Exemplar im Handel nachweisbar.

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        Dion Historien Grec, des faictz & gestes insignes des Romains

      1562. CASSIUS DIO. Dion Historien Grec, des faictz & gestes insignes des Romains, Redvictz par Annalles et Consultaz, commencant au Consulat de Lucius Cotta, & Lucius Torquatus (Durant lequel, Pompee le Grand fit guerre contre les Hiberiens, & deffit Mithridates)... Translated by Claude Deroziers. [8], 281 (ie 283), [1] ff. Illustrated with 24 half-page woodcuts surrounded by elaborate borders, printer's device on title-page and in a larger version on the last page. Large 8vo., 303 x 196 mm, bound in contemporary calf, rebacked with original spine laid-down. Paris: pour Arnoul & Charles les Angeliers, 1542. |~||~||~||~| A sound copy of this scarce French edition of Dio Cassius, a noted Roman historian, writing around AD 200, whose work provides a major source of Roman history, beginning with the arrival of the legendary Aeneas in Italy (c. 1200 BC), through the subsequent founding of Rome (753 BC). It then covers historical events up to AD 229. The illustrator is not identified, but the book is a classic example of the school of Fontainebleau. Very rare, with OCLC listing only three copies in American libraries at Yale, Washington University and The Getty. Only two rather poor copies in ABPC in 1993 and 1996. Leaves 73, 175 and 249 incorrectly numbered; leaves 115 and 118 are repeated. Edges of binding worn, else fine.

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        Justiniani Digestorum seu Pandectarum libri quinquaginta: Cum annotationibus opera L Charond

      Not stated, 1562. Hardcover. Fair/No Dustjacket. 1562. No dust jacket. 1562 edition(?) Leather bound with gilt decoration with raised banding on the spine. This may be a later edition as the paper and font do not feel quite right for a book of this purported age. Clean but yellowed pages with no annotations with some staining to the page edges. Missing to the lower corner of the front end paper. Pencil mark on front paste down and pen mark and stamp on the title page.A few dog eared corners. Moderate wear and scuffing to the boards, mainly on the spine, edges and corners with additional bumping on edges. . Remnants of closing ribbons on front - missing from rear. Band on head of spine only just attached with some splitting to the leather.

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        [Shilush L'Shonot]. Dictionarium trilingue [...].

      Basel, Heinrich Petri, (August 1562).. 257, (3) SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am letzten Blatt verso. Neuerer Halblederband unter Verwendung alten Deckelmaterials mit zwei goldgepr. Rückenschildchen und Marmorvorsätzen. Kl.-Folio (200 x 290 mm). In maßgefertigtem Leinenschuber.. Letzte, seltenste Ausgabe von Münsters dreisprachigem Wörterbuch, herausgegeben von Sebastianus Lepusculus. "Der Abfassung hebräischer Briefe sollte das unter dem Titel 'Dictionarium trilingue' erschienene Lateinisch-Griechisch-Hebräische Wörterbuch dienen" (Burmeister 24, zur EA 1530). "Dieses Dictionarium trilingue baute auf der bekanntesten Sprache auf, dem Lateinischen. Zu jedem lateinischen Wort galt es, eine möglichst grosse Zahl (zuweilen sind es 15 und mehr) griechische und hebräische Synonyme zu finden. Während sich die hebräischen Synonyme von selbst aus den fortgesetzten hebräischen lexikographischen Studien ergaben, erforderten die griechischen eine besondere Arbeit" (ders., Biograph. Gesamtbild, S. 42). - Etwas gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig; kleine Randläsuren (teils bei der Neubindung hinterlegt), das letzte Blatt mit der Druckermarke neu angesetzt. Seit 1950 kein Exemplar im JAP. - VD 16, M 6666. Burmeister 26. BNHCat M 845. Adams M 1929. Fürst II, 407. Vgl. BM-STC German 633 (nur andere Ausgaben). Graesse IV, 623. Nicht im BM-STC.

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        La Sainte Bible

      Lyon: Lyon, Jacques Faure pour Sébastien Honorat,, 1562. Book measures 7 1/4 x 5 inches. Collation, [32],1048,276,[52],pp, signatures 8, a-z8,aa-zz8,A-T8,V4,AA-SS8,a-b8,c4. Complete as USTC, but bound in a different order. Text illustrations throughout. Bound in full early leather, raised bands, blind center stamp in compartments, gilt title lettering, marble endpapers. Part of the original binding? inlayed on both boards. Calf light rubbed, scuffed, some wear along hinge joints but boards holding firm. Internally, previous owners bookplate, name on blank endpaper, some light tanning to title, 1 margin repaired without loss of text, occasional light marking. Pages in very good clean condition throughout. A very nice clean copy, in a very attractive binding. Unusually clean attractive copy. . Full Leather. Very Good. 8vo.

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        Il Rota overo dell'imprese dialogo del S. Scipione Ammirato nel quale si ragiona di molte imprese di diversi eccellenti autori, et di alcune regole et avertimenti intorno questa materia, scritto al S. Vincenzo Carrafa.

      Cm. 14,5, pp. 230 (8). Legatura rimontata in pergamena antica con bei titoli manoscritti al dorso (sguardie recenti). Un'antica reintegrazione di carta all'angolo basso dell'ultima carta che interessa alcune lettere dell'avviso al lettore. Manca l'ultima carta (bianca). Esemplare peraltro fresco, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta di uno delle prime opere monograficamente dedicate alle "imprese", nel genere del Giovio, il quale aveva "inaugurato" l'argomento con il suo Dialogo dell'imprese militari ed amorose pubblicato nel 1555. Rara edizione originale. Non in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Della materia medicinale libri quattro. Nel primo et secondo de quali si contengono i Semplici medicamenti con le figure delle Herbe et con le lor virtù, ritratte dal naturale, et la maniera di conoscerle et conservarle. Nel terzo s'insegna il modo di preparare, et comporre i medicamenti secondo l'uso de i medici approvati, coso antichi come moderni. Nel quarto et ultimo son poste le malattie che vengono al corpo humano, con i loro rimedi contenuti nel presente volume.

      Cm. 19,5, cc. (20) 332 (1). Con moltissime incisioni xilografiche nel testo Legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle. Esemplare privo di tre carte: c. 28; c. 132 e c. 329. Una brunitura alla parte alta delle cc. 100-210. Peraltro esemplare in buono stato di conservazione. Edizione originale, assai rara. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Ex Libris XXIII Commentariorum in Vetera Imperatorum Romanorum Numismata ... Liber Primus (mehr nicht erschienen).

      Venedig, Aldus, 1562.. Kl.-4°. Mit gest. Titel, gest. Porträt, 8 Kupfern auf 4 Bll. (= Lage C) und 1 Kupfertafel (nach Lage K2). 130 SS., 7 Bll. Flex. Pgt. d. Zt. (beschabt, tlw. braunfleckig, Rücken mit kleiner Läsur).. Adams V 638. Renouard, Annali delle edizioni Aldine, 187,20. MNE II, 324. Graesse VII, 298.- Seltene numismatische Abhandlung über Münzen der römischen Imperatoren. Titelauflage der EA von 1560. Die Kollation ist komplett: als S.1-4 wird der gestochene Titel und das Porträt von J. Caeser mitgezählt. Lage C ist ohne Signatur und besteht aus 8 Seiten Münzdarstellungen (Tafeln), die als S. 17-24 gelten (vgl. Adams). Enea Vico (geb. 1523 in Parma; gest. 1567 in Ferrara) war Kupferstecher und Numismatiker. "... Stach, von Cosimo I. nach Florenz berufen, dort einige Hauptwerke Michelangelo's ... Seit Mai 1563 in Ferrara im Dienste Alfons' II." (Thieme-B. XXXIV, 328 f.).- Der gest. Titel tintenfleckig, Papier leicht gebräunt und stellenweise etw. braunfleckig

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        A Brief Discription of the Whole World?

      12mo (5 ½ x 3 ¼ ), modern calf- backed marbled boards, spine lettered in gilt, lacking title leaf (A2), but with additional engraved title (A1) still present, [ii], 329, [3] pp. A few chips at the edges of the engraved title, and incorrect date in ink at the foot of the engraved title, lower margin torn and lacking on page 125 with the loss of a few letters, similar loss of lower margin on page 259, some foxing, else very good in a fine modern binding. This work was first published by Abbot (1562-1633) in 1599, and was reprinted several times over the next 50 years. Abbot was a notable educator and writer in his time, but is best known for being an Archbishop of Canterbury. Abbot provides brief descriptions of Africa, Europe, and Asia, but he also devotes over 80 pages on a discussion of the New World, including both North and South America. He even provides a short discussion of the North and South Poles. Interestingly, in the margin of page 157 is a manuscript note in an old hand describing Egyptian Pyramids.

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        FLAMINII NOBILII LUCENSIS LOGICAE FACULTATIS IN PISANO GYMNASIO DOCTORIS QUAESTIONES LOGICAE. Ad Cosmum Medicem florentinorum, et senensium ducem.

      apud Vincentium Busdracum 1562 Prima edizione. Opera dedicata al Granduca Cosimo de' Medici. Testo latino. Cm.15,3x10. Pg.191, (1). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Fresco esemplare. Flaminio De Nobili (Lucca, 1533 - 1591), scrittore, teologo e filosofo di origine garfagnina (l'antico nome di famiglia era Della Pieve), fu allievo di Aonio Paleario, e quindi compì gli studi universitari di medicina e filosofia a Pisa e a Ferrara. Fu a Lucca Priore in San giovanni, Rettore in San Pietro Somaldi e Canonico in Santa Maria Forisportam, e stretto corrispondente del Tasso, con cui collaborò a lungo addirittura nella revisione della "Gerusalemme liberata". La sua opera prima fu il "Trattato dell'amore humano", scritta a Ferrara nel 1556 e stampata l'anno successivo dal Busdrago. Il presente trattato filosofico, qui in prima edizione, vide anch'esso la luce per la cura dei tipi del nobile Vincenzo Busdraghi (Lucca, 1524 - 1601), titolare di una celebre impresa tipografica, attiva nella sua città natale dal 1549 fino al 1605, dopo essere stata rilevata dal figlio. Usando come marca lo stemma di famiglia, un dragone alato con volto da vecchio, pubblicò tra l'altro preziose edizioni del Pontano, dell'Interiano, del Bandello e di Lorenzo il Magnifico, oltre a Statuti di magistrature lucchesi. Le "Quaestione logicae" furono ristampate nel 1563.

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        Wider den Fluchteufel. Von dem Unchristlichen, Erschröcklichen, und Grausamen Fluchen und Gottslesterung, treuwe und wolmeinete Vermanung und Warnung.

      Frankfurt, W. Han u. J.Rabe, 1562.. 48 (statt 56) unnumerierte Blätter, Kl. 8°, ungebunden.. VD 16, M 7225. Grimm, Dt. Teufelsbücher des 16. Jh. (in Archiv f. Gesch. d. Buchwesens 1960), Nr. 3e. Seltene Ausgabe dieses Pamphlets gegen das Fluchen. Es fehlt die letzte Lage. Teils gebräunt und etwas fleckig, die Ecken etwas geknickt. - Eine erste Auflage erschien 1561.

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