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2013-02-06 10:10:37
DONI Anton Francesco
appresso i Gioliti In-16 gr. (mm. 198x142), p. pergam. settecentesca, tagli azzurri, pp.num. 56, marca tipografica al frontesp., 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 tipografica al frontesp. 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.
Antiquar: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2013-01-08 11:35:27
Sansovino Francesco.
Due parti in un volume di cm. 20, cc. (8) 192; (4) 116. Marchi tipografici ai frontespizi, testate ed eleganti capolettera. Solida legatura del tempo in piena pergamena rigida con titoli in oro su tassello al dorso. Piccole mende al dorso, rade arrossature, peraltro esemplare ben conservato. Una firma di possesso coeva al frontespizio. Impresso in elegante corsivo; si tratta della seconda edizione di un'opera che ebbe grande successo ed il cui originale risale al 1561.
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-12-27 19:25:15
GIOVANNI CAMOCIO (fl. 1558 - 1575)
Engraved map, 39x52cm Venice 1562 or later Separately published, but has probably been included in an Italian composite atlas in a "made-to-order" collection. Italy was a center of mapmaking during the mid-sixteenth Century and the cartographers "produced maps that possessed a characteristic style and elegance that raised cartography to new levels of artistry and accuracy" Ginsberg page 70. The map is based on Cornelis Anthonisz "Caerte van oostlant" from 1543 (see Ginsberg entry 11).. Contemporary laid down on paper in order to fit into a composite atlas of the "Lafreri-type". Narrow or no margins on the sides, on the lower right hand-side shaved c. 1mm into the engraved surface. A fine and delicate copy of an important collector's item. Ginsberg "Printed Maps of Scandinavia and the Arctic 1482 - 1601" Entry 20, state 2 with the date but no attribution to Camocio)
Antiquar: Kunstantikvariat PAMA AS
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2012-12-25 22:24:56
EUCLID of Alexandria.
Very rare first appearance of any part of Euclid's work in German, and one of the earliest vernacular editions (preceded only by Italian translations). This is a fine copy with a distinguished provenance.<br/><br/>Although this work contains only three of Euclid's 'books' 7-9, it contains essentially all of his results relating to arithmetic and number theory, and forms a coherent collection. The six earlier books, first published in German translation in 1562, treat the geometry of lines and circles, while the later books deal mainly with three-dimensional geometry. Book 7 deals strictly with elementary number theory: divisibility, prime numbers, and the Euclidean algorithm for finding the greatest common divisor and least common multiple. Here Euclid also establishes the fundamental theorem of arithmetic, that (in modern terms) every positive integer can be written as a product of primes in an essentially unique way. Book 8 deals with proportions in number theory and geometric sequences. Book 9 applies the results of the preceding two books. Here is Euclid's great proof that there are infinitely many prime numbers. He also gives the sum of a geometric series, and the construction of even perfect numbers (i.e. numbers that are equal to the sum of their divisors).<br/><br/>The editor of the present work, Johann Scheubel (1494-1570), was professor of mathematics at the University of Tübingen. Scheubel had earlier produced a Latin edition of Books I-VI (Basel, 1550); an arithmetic text, <i>De numeris et diversis rationibus seu regulis computationum opusculum</i> (Leipzig, 154 … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Sophia Rare Books
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2012-12-23 08:44:03
COLOMBO, Realdo; RONDELET, G.; LOMNIUS, J.
Antiquar: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-23 08:44:03
COLOMBO, Realdo; RONDELET, G.; LOMNIUS, J.
Antiquar: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2012-12-23 08:44:03
COLOMBO, Realdo; RONDELET, G.; LOMNIUS, J.
Paris; Lyon; Antwerp: Wechel; Bonhomme; Plantin, 1562. FIRST EDITION OF BOOKS TWO AND THREE, SECOND EDITION OF BOOK ONE. Three valuable books bound together in contemporary vellum, with original tabs. I: Originally published in folio three years earlier, this second edition in its smaller format was especially significant due to the fact that "it attests to the widespread contemporary use and recognized importance of Colombo's work." It is here that Colombo defines his discovery of the pulmonary or lesser circulation, i.e., the passage of blood from the right cardiac ventricle to the left via the lungs. He describes the duplicatures of the peritoneum, the ventricles of the larynx, and the mode of action of the pulmonary, cardiac, and aortic valves, clearing up a number of errors of his predecessors. Colombo (ca.1515-59), a friend of Michelangelo, was a pupil of Vesalius and later became his successor in the chair of anatomy at Padua. He bears the responsibility of having been the first person to perform vivisection on dogs instead of hogs, for the reason that the latter were "annoying by their squealing." II: First edition and extremely rare; OCLC notes only the NLM copy of this original edition.This valuable treatise on diseases and their cure is described by Mettler (p. 630) as the first to furnish us with a fact. "A fact! something precious for that period, despite the brevity of his descriptions. Rondelet was a well known physician at Montpelliere, and teacher of Coiter, Bauhin, Gesner, and Aldrovandi. An avid zoologist, he is probably best known for his De Pis … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2012-08-07 11:15:05
Arduino / Ardoyn, Sante:
Basel, H. Petri & P. Perna, 1562.. Folio. (8 Bl.), 573 (recte 571) S., (8 Bl.). Neuer Halblederband mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild.. Zweite Ausgabe (nach der Inkunabel Venedig 1492). VD16 A 3235; Durling 254; BM German 39; Wellcome I, 389; Heirs of Hippocrates 68; Hirsch/H. I, 188 und V, 18. - Einzige Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts (H./H. I nennt irrtümlich noch einen Druck Basel 1552). - Das Werk des venezianischen Arztes SanteArduin (Ardoyn u. a.) das nach H./H. 1426 beendet wurde, ist neben Arnaldus de Villanova das einzige große toxikologische Werk der älteren Medizin. - Ab S. 515 mit eigenem Titel beigefügt ist das Werk von Ferdinando Ponzetti: De venenis lib. tres, ante annos xl. editi: nunc vero multo emendatiores quam antea typis excusi. - Ponzetti (gest. 1528) war Arzt, später Apostolischer Sekretär und Kardinal. - "According to the dedicatory letter by the editor, Theodor Zwinger (1533-88), this first collected edition was published at the suggestion of Konrad Gesner " (H. of H.). - Durchgehend wasserrandig, S. 405-422 mit kleiner Wurmspur im Bug, Titelblatt fleckig und mit kleinen hinterlegten Fehlstellen ohne Textverlust, S. 551/552 und 561/562 durch einegebundene faksimilierte Kopien ersetzt.
Antiquar: Antiquariat im Hufelandhaus GmbH vorm. L
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2012-07-01 14:22:54
PARACELSUS
Fine woodcut vignette (each different) on titles & several full-page woodcut illus. in the text. Titles printed in red & black. 12 p.l., 116 leaves (the last blank); 12 p.l. (the last blank), 129, [1] leaves; 74 unnumbered leaves (the last blank). Three parts in one vol. 4to, later limp vellum, yapp edges. [Colophon in Part II: Frankfurt am Main: G. Raben & the Heirs of W. Hanen, [1562].] A very rare and somewhat complicated edition (see below); it contains fine woodcuts on the titles and the woodcut of surgical instruments. The first printing of the text appeared in 1536 in Augsburg (see Grolier Club, One Hundred Books Famous in Medicine, 16). This is Paracelsus's greatest work and the only major book by him published during his lifetime. Paracelsus was responsible for the most violent reform in Renaissance medicine. In this book, Paracelsus deals with the complete treatment of wounds caused by piercing, shooting, burning, animals bites, bone fracture, and other injuries. While many historians of medicine give Paré credit for first recognizing the importance of cleanliness and the self-healing properties of wounds, it was Paracelsus, a generation before, who first recommended that wounds might well heal without extensive treatment. "Among Paracelsus' practical achievements was his management of wounds and chronic ulcers. These conditions were overtreated at the time, and Paracelsus' success lay in his conservative, noninterventionist approach, which was based upon his belief in natural healing power and mumia, an active principle in tissues."­D.S.B., X, pp. 3 … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.
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2012-06-30 22:21:20
Luther, Martin.
Richtzenhain and Rebart: Jena, 1562. 13 x 8, full vellum, 392 pp, red and black printed title page with woodcut illustr of Luther kneeling and praying before Christ on cross, full page woodcut frontispiece, ornately tooled blackened vellum with images of saints dated 1564 and impressed name of Ernst von Creilsheim brass boss board supports, brass and iron clasps lacking leather straps, moderately owrn, very sound. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: John K King Used & Rare Books [Detroit, MI, U.S.A.]
2012-06-30 21:26:26
Platina, Bartolomeo.
Apud Maternum Cholinum, Coloniae 1562 - First Panvinio edition of Platina's Lives of the Popes and six other works. Panvinio (1530?68), a great Augustinian scholar, annotated and updated the papal history to 1560. Bartolomeo Platina (born Sacchi, 1421?81) was a leading member of the humanist community at Rome and Vatican librarian, acclaimed as the author of the first printed cookbook, De honesta voluptate. His Lives of the Popes, which originally appeared in 1475 under the title Liber de vita Christi ac omnium pontificum, went through numerous editions and was for quite some time the standard papal history, despite its often critical assessment of the Roman Pontiffs. The text is in Latin printed in roman and italic, divided into sections for each pope and the additional treatises: De falso & vero bono, dialogi; Contra amores; De vera nobilitate; De optimo cive; Panegyricus in bessarionem doctissimum patriarcham Constantinopolitanum; and Oratio ad Paulum II . . . de bello Turcis inferendo. Woodcut initials in cribl?, historiated, and floriated styles decorate the text, which is enhanced by side- and shouldernotes. => Two large sections list the popes in chronological order, charting relevant dates with notes. The printer's device, incorporating Psalm 64:12 (Vulgate numbering), adorns the title- and final page. Folio (29.1 cm, 11.5"). [10] ff., 385 pp. [i.e., 399], [1] p.; 98 pp., [13] ff. VD16 P 3263; Adams P-1420; Graesse, V, 313. On Platina, see: New Catholic Encyclopedia, XI, 430. 20th-century glossy black paper over boards, gilt title to red leather spine label, all edg … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
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2012-06-29 13:01:51
DOMENICHI (Lodovico)
Vinegia, Appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1562.. Petit in-8, cartonnage bleu, pieces de titre de veau vert et rouge, tranches rouges (rel. XVIIIe, accrocs aux mors, coins emousses), (36), 399, (1) p., vignette de titre a la marque de l'imprimeur, grande marque de l'imprimeur a pleine page au verso du dernier feuillet, bandeaux et lettrines, imprime en caracteres italiques. Edition originale et unique. Humaniste ne a Plaisance (Piacenza), "ecrivain professionnel", poete, traducteur, editeur, Lodovico Domenichi (1515-1564) etait lie avec Paul Jove, l'Aretin et Doni. Il s'etablit a Venise, puis a Florence. Quelque temps emprisonne par l'Inquisition, il devint historiographe officiel de Cosme Ier de Medicis. L'auteur, qui sacrifie a la forme des Dialogues, genre tres prise a la Renaissance, livre au croisement de la philosophie, de la rhetorique et de la litterature, une oeuvre remarquable comme temoin de son epoque. Ces dialogues contiennent egalement d'importants elements autobiographiques sur la vie de l'auteur ('Della Fortuna'). (Adams, D.779). Bon exemplaire..
Antiquar: Librairie Hatchuel
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2012-06-26 13:12:44
GARETIUS IOANNES.
ad instantiam Baptistae Bozolae,, Brixiae, 1562 - Cm. 15, cc. 48. Marchio tip. al frontespizio ed alcuni capolettera in xilografia. Leg. antica in piena perg. con titoli ms. al dorso. Alcune carte un pò brunite, peraltro bell'esemplare. Jean Garet (1499?-1571) fu teologo e canonico regolare di S. Agostino. L'opera s'inserisce nel contesto dottrinale determinato dall'imminente epilogo del concilio di Trento. Non comune. Cfr. Iccu; non in Adams.
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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2012-06-26 13:12:44
FONTIDONIUS PETRUS.
apud Damianum Turlinum,, Brixiae, 1562. Cm. 20,5, cc. 12. Marchio tip. al frontespizio e capolettera in xilografia. Senza leg., tracce di polvere e macchiette, insistenti in particolar modo al frontespizio. Seconda orazione conciliare del teologo spagnolo (?-1571) dedicata ai grandi temi della cristianità e finalizzata alla difesa del concilio di Trento. Raro. Cfr. Adams, F, 729; Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 157.
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
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2012-06-25 13:57:36
Tacito
Abell Angelier libraire Iuré, París, 1562. holandesa época . .La vie de Iules Agricola, ou est traites la conquete et description du pays Iadis appellé Bretaigne, maintenant Angleterre Escoce. Le tout nouvellement mis en françois avec quelques annotations nevessaires pour l intelligence des mots plus difficiles. 642 págs.
Antiquar: LIBRERIA ANTICUARIA EPOPEYA [Zaragoza, Spain]
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2012-06-24 15:32:40
Iovio. Paulo, (Paulo Jovio, 1483-1552)
1562. HASTA QUE PRENDIO AL DUQUE DE SAXONIA. ESCRITA EN LENGUA LATINA POR EL DOCTISSIMO PAULO IOVIO OBISPO DE NOCHERA, TRADUZIDA DE LATIN EN CASTELLANO POR EL LICENCIADO GASPAR DE BAEÇA. Dirigida al muy Illustre señor Francisco de Erasso del Consejo del estado, y secretario de su Magestad. # Salamanca. En casa de Andrea de Portonariis, Impresor. M.D.LXII. ¿ M. D. LXIII (1562-1563). 1ª edic. 2 tomos. 33x23 cm. T. I, 1ª parte. Portada con gran escudo heráldico, vuelta licencias + 1 fol. de dedicatoria + 305 folios, al final vuelve a repetir los datos y fecha de la portada, y entre otras firmas manuscritas está la de Gaspar de Baeça * T. II, Parte 2ª portada con gran escudo heráldico, a la vuelta las licencias + 426 folios, texto a dos columnas, grandes letras capitulares con dibujos, los folios 161 y 168 del primer tomo están muy bien reproducidos a mano imitando la letra de imprenta, incluida una letra capitular con su dibujo, las páginas 107, 166 y 223 mal foliadas, la portada del segundo tomo esta con injertos por los márgenes, y 13 págs. mal foliadas, al folio 214 injerto en la esquina inferior derecha afectando algunas palabras, 2 pequeños sellos anterior propietario casi borrados. Pleno pergamino época, titulo manuscrito en lomera, algunos folios con marca de grasa sin afectar a la lectura. Existe 1 ejemplar en la Bibl. De Castilla ¿ La Mancha, Sig. SL/1483. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Antiquar: Librería Torreón de Rueda [Segovia, Spain]
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2012-06-22 20:07:42
FALLOPPIO [FALLOPE] (Gabriele)
Paris, Jacques Kerver, 1562. 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 1562, 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 Vesale, 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 fameux De humani corporis fabrica libri septem (1543) de son ancien professeur : cette démarche scientifique et critique permet à Fallope, tout en reconnaissant l'importance et le caractère génialement novateur du texte de Vesale, 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 in … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Librairie Alain Brieux [paris, France]
2012-06-17 09:29:31
Livius, Titus
Straßburg, Rihel 1562. 35 cm. (18), 416, 86, (2, das letzte weiß) Blatt mit 3 breiten Holzschnitt-Bordüren, über 240 (teils wiederholten) Holzschnitten im Text und zahlreichen Initialen. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollenstempeln, über Holzdeckel mit 2 Messingschließen und 8 Eckbeschlägen - VD16 L 2113 - Goed. II, 320, 8 - Röll 207 und 216 - Reiniger, Ebernburg 16 (vgl.) - Die erste Ausgabe der Übersetzung von Zacharias Müntzer, gleichzeitig die erste von Rihel gedruckte Ausgabe. Übersetzer von Teil 4 sind Nikolaus Carbach und Jacob Micyllus. Mit Vorrede von Bernhard Schöfferlin. Die Holzschnitte sind größtenteils aus der Ausgabe Mainz 1523 übernommen. Die Zuweisung von Else Thormählen (Gutenberg-Jb. 1934) eines Großteils der Holzschnitte an Conrad Faber von Creuznach ist nach Reiniger (S. 20) nicht mehr haltbar. Vorderdeckel mit zeitgenössisch schwarz geprägtem Titel "Titus Livius Deudsch" und Jahreszahl "MDLXIII". Beide Deckel sind mit Rollenstempeln versehen. Äußere Reihe: Fides - Cognitio - Amor (bez. 1560) - Justitia (beschrieben bei Haebler II, 26, 1550, 1); Innere Reihe: Luther - Hus - Erasmus - Melanchthon (Haebler II, 272, 8). Einband etwas fleckig, Rücken oben restauriert; auf Titel Besitzeintrag: "Nunc librum accerunt à Joh. Albrecht Lonero Cerevisiaris Norib. ... 1667"; vereinzelt Stockflecken, die ersten und letzten Blatt in der unteren Ecke leicht wasserrandig, letzte 50 Blatt im weißen Rand Wurmspur -
Antiquar: Wenner Antiquariat
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2012-06-14 15:59:29
Philipp I, the Magnanimous, Landgrave of Hesse (1504-1567).
DS.
Rotenburg an der Fulda, 26. VII. 1562. Folio. 3 ½ pp. on folded double leaf. With papered seal. In German. Extensive instructions to his son William IV, Landgrave of Kassel (1532-92). The eldest son of Philipp, William "the Wise" became the founder of the line of Hesse-Kassel, which survives to this day. After the death of Philipp, the foremost Protestant prince, Hesse was divided among his four sons. On 6 April 1562, a few months before the present document was composed, William had been designated by his father to receive the portion around the capital Kassel. - The instructions to the Landgrave and to his lieutenants and colonels in Kassel focus particularly on the application of the Augsburg Confession, the relationships between the Margraves and the Counts Palatinate, the attitude towards the French, etc.: "Instruction was unser sohnn landegrave Wilhelm, unnd unser hofmarschalk, unnd seinen binge, zu Cassell verhandeln, vornehmen, und von unserrn wegen verweisen mugen, auch wie den zweien obristen handlenn, unnd zwischen dem von Undeloch, unnd denselbigen obristen miteln konnen [.]". - Some staining to outside pages, otherwise well-preserved specimen.
Antiquar: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2012-06-12 12:02:59
Salviati, Leonardo.
Florenz, [Filippo & Jacopo] Giunta, 1562.. (16) SS. Mit herald. Holzschnittvignette am Titel und 2 figuralen Initialen in Holzschnitt. Späterer blauer Pappband. Dreiseitiger Rotschnitt. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe dieser Leichenrede auf Garcia de' Medici, verfaßt vom bedeutenden Florentiner Humanisten Leonardo Salviati (1540-89), Mitbegründer der Accademia della Crusca und Apologet eines reinen Toskanisch als moderne Literatursprache. Salviani, der die Totenrede als literarische Gattung pflegte, war es auch, der zwei Jahre später die Grabrede auf Michelangelo hielt. Am Schluß der vorliegenden Rede (gewidmet Giulio de' Medici) finden sich ein Sonett Salviatis auf Benedetto Varchi sowie ein Erwiderungssonett desselben auf den Verfasser. Der Humanist Varchi (1502-65) zählte ebenfalls zum Freundeskreis um Michelangelo und sollte nach seinem Tod gleichfalls mit einer Trauerrede Salviatis bedacht werden. - Etwas braunfleckig und im oberen Bug auch leicht wasserrandig. Die erste Initiale ("N") fälschlich kopfstehend eingedruckt. Offenbar aus altem Sammelband hervorgenommen; durchgehend von zeitgenöss. Hand foliiert (305-312). - Adams S 212. Edit 16, CNCE 52440. Pettas (The Giunti of Florence) 240. Parenti 447. Nicht bei BM-STC Italian.
Antiquar: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-06-09 17:30:57
SAUVAGE, Denis
Guillaume Rouillé,, Lyon, 1562. [14-2 bl.]-250-[6], [11-1 bl.]-367-[1 bl.] pp. 2e émission de l'édition originale (1561), avec les dates modifiés. Les 2 premières parties de cette chronique par D. Sauvage (1520?-1587?), sans la 3e (i.e. les mémoires d'Olivier de La Marche) qui se trouve aussi séparément. La 2e partie est basée sur les écrits de Jean Froissart et d'Enguerrand de Monstrelet. Titres ornés de grands bois à la marque de l'imprimeur G. Rouillé, nombr. et jolies initiales ornementées gravées sur bois. Ref. S.v.Gültlingen Lyon XVIe s. X, p. 143 n. 566-567 = Baudrier IX 289. Adams F-586. Bn-Opale plus. COPAC. 1 volumes. Veau moucheté postérieur (qqs éraflures), dos orné doré à 6 nerfs , (mors lég. Frottés, coiffe sup. Abîmée, qqs petits travaux de ver), tr. Jaspées. (f. ** de la 1ère partie remargé en fond de cahier, qqs bruniss., qqs lég. mouill.). [Attributes: First Edition]
Antiquar: de KunstBurg [gent, Belgium]
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2012-06-08 15:06:00
EPHRAEM der Syrer.
Dillingen, Sebald Mayer 1562.. Kl.-8°. 2 w. Bll., Tit., 7 n. num. Bll. (Titelei), 1 w. Bl., 144 num. Bll., 3 w. Bll. Mit 2 Holzschnitt-Init. Pappbd. d. Zt. m. hs. Notenblatt (mit Liedtext u. Hufnagelnotation auf 4 Linien) aus einer mittelalterlichen Missale als Überzugspapier (Rot/Schwarz), 2 Schließbändern u. umseit. Farbschnitt. Bindung geringfüg. gelockert; Schließbänder unvollständig vorhanden; Einbd. abgegriffen, etw. angeschmutzt u. stellenw. fleckig; Läsur am ob. Kapital; Schnitt stellenw. verblasst; beide Spiegel geringfüg. wurmstichig; Bleistift-Marginalien auf erstem Bl.; 2 Namenszüge v. alter Hd. auf Titel; Seitenränder bedingt durch Farbschnitt stärker gebräunt; im Text durchgeh. etw. stockfleckig.. VD 16, E 1576. Lateinische Übersetzung einer Textauswahl des Kirchenschriftstellers Ephraem (syrisch: Afrem; 306?-373) durch den Theologieprofessor u. Domherrn von Santo Stefano in Verona Pietro Francesco ZINI (1520?-1574). Ephraem, der seinen bleibenden Wohnsitz in Edessa nahm, gilt als Begründer der 'Schule der Perser'. Er wohnte als Einsiedler in einer Höhle nahe bei der Stadt, studierte und schriftstellerte unter Beten und Fasten und trat öfter als Bußprediger und Ketzerbestreiter auf. E. ist ein hervorragender Theologe und Schriftsteller der alten syrischen Kirche, ihr größter Redner und Hymnendichter. Er schrieb zahlreiche Kommentare zu biblischen Büchern und dogmatisch-polemische Werke. Vieles wurde ins Griechische übersetzt, aber auch ins Armenische, Arabische und Äthiopische. E. wird als Heiliger verehrt und wurde 1920 zum Doctor ecclesiae erklärt. (vgl. daz … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariat Löcker
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2012-06-06 22:30:56
Rhegius, Urbanus (1489-1541), Ernestus Regius
Noriberage [Nuremberg]: Montanus & Neuber, 1562. Quarto in Sixes. Latine Edita: Cum eius Vita, Praefatione Ernesti Regii. This is the first and most significant edition of Rhegius' collected works. He was a student of John Eck and had become a celebrated court preacher in Augsburg. Initially, he agreed only with Luther's attack on indulgences though he limited this view to his circle of friends; however, he became convinced of Luther's views by 1525. He became Luther's major link to the Saxon theologians and a key figure in the Augsburg Confession and agreeing to have it submitted to Charles V. His correspondence with Melanchthon on taking a conciliatory stance led to the latter's meeting with Martin Bucer on August 22, 1530 resulted in the relative peace among competing voices in the early German Reformation. Once he had those letters of compromise sent to Luther, he met with Luther personally for the first time which he recalled "as the happiest day of his life". He also publicly praised Luther as a theologian without equal in any age (Liebmann, Maximillian). He soon became a key figure in both the territorial and the urban Reformation of northern Germany. He was perhaps the most moderating figure in the Lutheran movement though central to his thought was a pure gospel exclusive of the Catholic sacramental system. His catechisms, homiletical handbooks, and other theological works clarifies his developing thought. He rejected the 1533 plea of Pope Clement VII for a council since he did not believe it would be free of Rome's influence if it were held outside Germany. He did … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Alcuin Books [USA]
2012-06-02 10:38:11
Cajetanus, Thomas de Vio:
Lugduni: Apud hæredes Iacobi Iuntæ. (Lyon: bei Jacob Iunta Erben), M.D. LXII. (1562). - 299 (1) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel sowie geschnittenen Schmuckinitialen 32 x 22 cm, flexibler zeitgenössischer Pergamentband. "Thomas Cajetan; eigentlich: Tommaso de Vio (* 20. Februar 1469 in Gaëta (daher: Gaëtanus, Cajetan); † 10. August 1534 in Rom) war von 1508 bis 1518 Ordensgeneral der Dominikaner, Kardinal der Titelkirche Santa Prassede und Begründer des Neuthomismus in der Renaissance. Er wurde berühmt für seine zweitägige Unterredung mit Luther, bei der er ihn aufforderte seine 95 Thesen über das Papsttum zurückzunehmen, da er selbst als Theologe den Papst für unfehlbar erklärte." (Wikipedia) * * * Fraßspuren beim Rücken am Fuß, sowie am Vorderdeckel und den ersten 18 Seiten im unteren äußren weißen Rand ohne Textverlust. Radierter Stempel abdruck, sowie Namenseintrag von alter Hand (1618) auf fliegendem Vorsatz, sonst ordentlich erhaltenes Exemplar. Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 900
Antiquar: Matthias Severin Antiquariat [Germany]
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2012-05-23 09:55:05
Fabricius ab Aquapendente H.
. . Krivatsy 3805 - nicht in Wellcome, Osler, Waller - Hirsch u. Garrison-M.- Erste Ausgabe.- Wichtige Sammlung der chirurgischen Abhandlungen von Fabricius, dem Lehrer Harveys. Er war der berühmteste italienische Chirurg der Renaissance. Sein Ruhm als Lehrer zog viele Studenten an seine Wirkungsstätte nach Padua.- Besonders wichtig ist das Werk für die Geschichte der Orthopädie (ausführlich bei Valentin, Geschichte der Orthopädie 68ff.).- Durchgehend leicht wasserrandig u. tls. gebräunt., letztes Bl. tls. mit Japan verstärkt u. mit rest. Fehlstellen (wenig Textverlust), Ebd. etw. berieben.# With 2 woodcut printer's device and many woodcut initials, leather of the 18th century with spine label. Krivatsy 3805 - not in Wellcome, Osler, Waller, Hirsch & Garrison-M.- First edition.- Fabricius ab Aquapendente studied under the eminent anatomist Gabriel Fallopius at the University of Padua. As Fallopius' successor to the chair of surgery and anatomy (1562-1613), Fabricius built a reputation that attracted students from all of Europe. The English anatomist William Harvey was his pupil.- His work "Opera chirurgica" is " a description of surgical instruments and classic surgical techniques, including a discussion of particular technical expedients devised by Fabri himself" (DSB IV, 511).- Particularly important is the work of the History of Orthopaedics (detailed in Valentine, History of Orthopaedics 68ff.).- Continuous light waterstain and partly browned, last page partly reinforced with Japanese paper and restored with missing parts (small loss of text), binding slightly rubbed.Fa … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Antiquariat Johannes Müller
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2012-05-11 16:28:05
Dionysius Areopagita - Maximus Confessor/G. Pachymeres:
Paris, Guil. Morelius, in Graecis typographum Regium, 1562 & 1561.. Editiones principes of Maximus Confessor and Pachymeres.Dionysius: 8vo. (14) leaves (last blank), 484 pp., (30) leaves (last with colophon and device). 18th century full calf, spine and covers gilt. Marbled endpapers. Small defect to head of spine, corners bumped. Old stamp on title of Gymnasium Fridericianum in Schwerin marked "Ausgeschieden", another stamp verso of fly-leaf. At the same place a small owner ship entry of Johann Christian Friedrich Wundemann: JCF Wundemann, 18th century historian from north-east Germany.Maximus C.: 8vo. (14) leaves, 400 pp. Pachymeres: 8vo. (6) leaves, 444 pp. Small strip excised from head of title-page of Maximus Confessor. Maximus and Pachymeres bound together in contemporary overlapping vellum. Complete set. Printed in Greek throughout. Clean and fresh copies. - Hoffmann I, 576f.; Adams D-520..
Antiquar: Antiquariat Jürgen Dinter GbR
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2012-05-03 20:39:08
Petrarch
In Venetia : appresso Nicolò Beuilacqua, 1562. Consisting of two parts bound as one; Part I: 490 pp; Part II: 260 pp. (This part does not contain pp. 241-242.) Size of the binding: 2 ¾ in. x 5 3/8 in. With a printer's mark on the title page of each Part. Woodcut illustration of Petrarch and Laura on page 14 of Part I; woodcuts appear at the heading of each section of "Trionfo" in Part I. Woodcut initials. Re-backed in period style brown leather with a red-leather title label. Early leather panels laid down on the front and back cover. Later end-papers. The text, in Italian, shows some tanning and damp-staining. Title page of Part I shows chipping away of the paper at the upper margin, with a portion of an inscription in the upper margin reading: "Wynne Venice Jan: 21 1730 (?)." At various points in the book there are other ink inscriptions, some of which are faded. One, "Mauricio Mellozzi" appears in a number of places. Part I, page 7 shows that name followed by "Da Faenza. 1610." [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
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2012-04-30 07:33:24
Great Britain. Laws statutes
London: in Fletestrete, by Thomas Powell, n.d. [1562] (date taken from STC) - Public laws passed in the year 1545, during the final months of the reign of Henry VIII, who fell ill in 1546, and died in January, 1547. Important laws were passed regulating usury, the colleges, ecclesiastical judges, et., etc., and were printed here for the first time. They included: Attaints Act 1545 c. 5; Benefices Act 1545 c. 21; Continuance of Acts, 1545 c. 23; Criminal Law Act 1545 c. 6; Crown Lands (Honours of Westminster, Kingston, Saint Osyth's and Donington) Act 1545 c. 18; Custos Rotulorum Act 1545 c. 1; Dissolution of Colleges Act 1545 c. 4; Duchy of Lancaster Act 1545 c. 16; Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Act 1545 c. 17; Fines of Lands in Lancashire Act 1545 c. 19; Hounslow Heath Lands (Copyhold, etc.) Act 1545 c. 2; Huntington Lane, Cheshire (Repairs) Act 1545 c. 3; Indictments Act 1545 c. 8; Juries Act 1545 c. 22; Justice of the Peace Act 1545 c. 7; Libel Act 1545 c. 10; Religious Houses Act 1545 c. 20; Repair of Marshes, East Greenwich Act 1545 c. 11; Repeal of 34 & 35 Hen. 8. c. 6 (Pin-making) Act 1545 c. 13; Scarborough Pier Act 1545 c. 14; Taxation Act 1545 c. 24; Taxation Act 1545 c. 25; Tithes in London Act 1545 c. 12; Usury Act 1545 c. 9; Wool Act 1545 c. 15; Very scarce on the market (HENRY VIII) First edition. Folio (28 cm.). Printed in Gothic type. [72] pp. A-F6. initials; royal arms on last page. 20th-century quarter red cloth and marbled boards. Final 7 leaves waterstained at top margin; slight scattered foxing. Overall, a good, sound copy. STC (2nd ed.) 9414; ESTC S11314 … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
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2012-04-16 19:25:42
Heßhusen, Tilman.
Magdeburg, Wolfgang Kirchner, 1562.. 184 unn. Bll. (d. l. w.). Mit einer figuralen Initiale in Holzschnitt. Pappband. 4to.. Erste Ausgabe. - Eine der zahlreichen Streitschriften des "Brausekopfs" (ADB) Heßhusen, der sich nirgends halten konnte, aufgrund der vorliegenden Schrift 1562 aus Magdeburg gewaltsam ausgewiesen wurde und noch zahlreiche Absetzungen "wegen völliger Unfügsamkeit" hinnehmen mußte. "Heßhusen nimmt unter den Epigonen des strengen und streitbaren Lutherthums eine historische denkwürdige Stelle ein" (ebd.). - Unten etwas wasserrandig. Einige wenige hs. Marginalien des 17. Jhs. - Kein Exemplar auf deutschen Nachkriegsauktionen nachweisbar. - VD 16, H 3155. Adams H 467. Vgl. ADB XII, 314. Kosch VII, 1090. Wetzer/Welte V, 1958f.
Antiquar: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2012-03-18 17:40:12
Tiraqueau André
Apud Cominum de Tridino Montisferrati, Venetiis, 1562. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con varie mancanze e completamente staccata dal vol. Interni molto freschi con lievi ingialliture solo alle prime ed ultime carte. Sapori, n. 2972 ha un edizione del 1554. 8vo (cm.21), 4 cc.nn., 352 cc., 60 cc.nn. Testo su due colonne. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
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2012-03-16 20:58:20
Giuseppe Orologi; William of Tyre
Venetia: Baglioni, 1562. Leather Bound. Very Good. Venetia: Baglioni, 1562. [28], 702, [2] p. ; 4. 4to. Latin. Fully rebound in treated modern brown calf-skin leather. 4 raised bands. 5 compartments. Dark brown title stamp with gilt lettering. Gilt bordering to compartments and decorative flourishes along spine. Tight binding and solid boards. Minimal shelf wear. Slight darkening to page ends. Board-facing endpaper has been replaced. Gutters reinforced with parchment tape. Beautifully preserved, clean, unmarked pages. Text block is good; angled slightly to the left. Text is crisp and easily legible. Inset enlarged woodcut type-pace illustrations at headings of each chapter. Colophon at rear details publication information and provides a brief sampling of typeface. At rear of page is a decorative seal depicting a serpent wrapping around a wooden post in the shape of a T. Below is printed the name, Vincent. An immaculately preserved volume in very good condition.<br><br> William of Tyres History of the Crusades is an epic chronicle of the events leading up to and following the establishment of the Kingdom of Jerusalem in 1099. Translated into various languages upon first publication, including Old French, Italian and English, Williams great work is a Latin chronicle, written between 1170 and 1184. It contains twenty-three books; the final book, which deals with the events of 1183 and the beginning of 1184, has only a prologue and one chapter, so it is either unfinished or the rest of the pages were lost before the whole chronicle began to be copied. The first book begins with … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: SequiturBooks
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2012-02-20 20:11:32
Ariosto Lod.
Vinegia: G. Giolito De Ferrari, 1562. Vinegia: G. Giolito De Ferrari. [Teatro] (cm.13,7) bella mz. pergamena antica ben restaurata. sguardie antiche. -- cc. 36, marca tipografica al frontis e fregi e capilettera figurati, elegante corsivo. Edizione originale molto rara. E' parte separata della prima edizione collettiva delle commedie. Vedi le ampie note in Bongi e Agnelli-Ravegnani. Esemplare bello e ben marginato. * Allacci 552; * Bongi II 142; * Agnelli-Ravegnani II 79; * Graesse I 204; * Adams A 1647; * Bm. Stc. 38. Il Census Iccu registra solo 12 copie nelle biblioteche italiane.[f64] . buono. Rilegato. prima edizione. 1562.
Antiquar: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA [AREZZO, Italy]
2012-02-20 13:41:11
BENIAMUS MAXIMIANUS.
ad instantiam Petri Antonii Alciatis (Giacobbe Marcaria),, Ripae, 1562 - Cm. 20,5, pp. (8). Marchio tip. e capolettera in xilografia. Leg. in cart. recente. Ottimamente conservato. Massimiano Beniami (1522-1601), francescano milanese, fu inquisitore del S. Uffizio a Padova e poi vescovo di Chioggia; "l'orazione del B., pronunziata anteriormente all'apertura ufficiale dei lavori dell'ultima sessione. è interessante per i riferimenti ad alcune questioni dottrinali discusse dal concilio, in particolare quella riguardante il problema della giustificazione mediante le opere e la fede" (cfr. Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, VIII, 502). Raro. Cfr. Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 112; manca all'Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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2012-02-08 16:10:35
FONSECA IOANNES.
apud Gratiosum Perchacinum,, Patavii, 1562 - Cm. 20,5, pp. (16). Marchio tip. al frontespizio e capolettera in xilografia. Leg. in cart. recente. Ben conservato. Giovanni Fonseca, teologo di Granata, dedicò il suo intervento conciliare alla superiorità dei vescovi rispetto ai preti per diritto divino; la dottrina luterana, avversa a questa tesi, era nuovamente qualificata come eretica. L'autorità di questa posizione è anche desumibile dalla citazione ricca di particolari elaborata da Paolo Sarpi nella sua Istoria del concilio tridentino. Raro. Cfr. Adams, F, 699; Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 154. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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2012-01-30 11:26:53
FALLOPPIO, Gabriele.
Venetiis [Venice]: Apud Marcum Antonium Ulmum. FIRST EDITION, 1562 issue (see below). See G&M 378.2, 1208, and 1537 (1561 issue). The greatest Italian anatomical book of the sixteenth century. Rather than a complete study of the whole of anatomy, Falloppio, who was a pupil of Vesalius, designed this work as a critical commentary of his teacher's De humani corporis fabrica, correcting some of its errors and adding additional observations and details. For this reason there was no need for illustrations. In fact it was a work of great originality, in which Falloppio reported very many new discoveries and observations. It was his only work published during his lifetime, and therefore the only one which can be said to be fully authentic. It is now very rarely offered for sale. Falloppio discovered and first described the chorda tympani, semicircular canals and the "aqueduct of Falloppius", correctly described the structure and course of the cerebral vessels, and knew the circular folds of the small intestines. He gave the first description of the "circle of Willis", enumerated all the nerves of the eye, and introduced a number of anatomical names, including the vagina and placenta, and is best remembered for his account of the tubes named after him. He also gave excellent descriptions of the ovaries, hymen, clitoris, and round ligaments, and proved the existence of the seminal vesicles. He included an important account of the kidneys, which may antedate that of Eustachius. For a full account of Falloppio's discoveries, see the article by C.D. O'Malley in the DSB. Vesalius rep … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Nigel Phillips [United Kingdom]
2012-01-29 18:52:45
LEGH, Gerard.:
London, Richard Tottil, the last day of December. An. do.1562.. FIRST EDITION 1562, Small 8vo, 165 x 105 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, leaves: [9], 232, [3], (total number of pages 488), signatures: [par.]8, A-2F8, 2G4. Illustrated with approx. 298 coats of arms in the text, 250 hand coloured, 5 full page of which 4 are in colour plus a full page illustration on the last leaf, (last leaf bears woodcut illustration on recto, and "The waye to vnderstande Trycking." on verso). Bound in full calf, rebacked at sometime, gilt lettered label and gilt decoration beween raised bands to spine, new endpapers. LACKS FOLDING PLATE, title page has been laid down at sometime and is folding, the pages have been trimmed but whether this is the original title page or not is hard to say, it could be from a larger copy, a small early piece of text on verso title page, small loss of paper in centre of title page with partial loss to 1 letter on shield, first and last page of text have outer margin repaired, no loss of text, 4 margins have small closed tears repaired, no loss of text, a few pages have old underlining and neat marginal notes in old ink, some light staining and soiling to pages throughout, the hand colouring is not well executed and many of the arms are messy and the colour applied too strongly so the colour shows through on many of the pages, there are some paint splashes to a few pages, 2 coats of arms have a small hole repaired, 10 pages have a vertical wavy line in the outer margin not affecting text, and there are a few pointing hands in the margins in old ink. Whether the colouring is … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: Roger Middleton
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2012-01-24 00:00:00
TAPPER Ruard
Large printer's woodcut device of a chicken on each title-page and at end of first two parts, small woodcut initials in first part, but six very large historiated woodcut initials in final part.2 works (3 parts) in one vol. Folio. Contemporary blind-panelled pigskin, sides filled with roll-tools of biblical figures.
Antiquar: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2012-01-07 23:03:22
Helding, Michael, Bischof von Merseburg.
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. Sprache: Deutschu 2,150 gr. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Neusser Buch & Kunst Antiquariat [Neuss, NRW, Germany]
2011-11-22 21:31:40
Helding, Michael, Bischof von Merseburg.
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.
Antiquar: Neusser Buch-& Kunst-Antiquariat
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2011-08-22 09:37:12
CARDILLUS GASPARUS.
Giacobbe Marcaria),, S.l. (Riva), 1562 - Cm. 18,5, pp. (16). Marchio tip. al frontespizio e capolettera in xilografia. Senza leg., peraltro ben conservato. Orazione conciliare verosimilmente uscita dai torchi della celebre stamperia ebraica di Riva del Garda di Giacobbe Marcaria. Gaspar Cardillo de Villalpando (1527-1581), di Segovia, fu teologo autorevole ed impegnato nella confutazione della dottrina luterana. Raro. Cfr. Censimento, III, 1456; Adams, V, 791; Borrelli, 230.
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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2011-08-22 09:37:12
ADAMANZIO DA FIRENZE.
(Giacobbe Marcaria),, Ripae, 1562 - Cm. 20,5, pp. (8). Marchio tip. e capolettera in xilografia. Leg. in cart. recente. Ottimamente conservato. Orazione tenuta dall'eremita fiorentino (?-1581) il 20 marzo 1562 in occasione della venuta al concilio di Trento dei rappresentanti dei sette cantoni svizzeri di religione cattolica (Uri, Schwyz, Unterwalden, Zug, Lucerna, Soletta e Friburgo). La delegazione riaffermò con forza il proprio ruolo di estremo baluardo della religione cattolica contro le "contaminazioni" protestanti dei territori settentrionali. L'orazione, di grande interesse, è fonte di Paolo Sarpi che ne cita ampi brani, senza però alcun riferimento esplicito, nel libro sesto della sua Istoria. Raro. Cfr. Adams, A, 141; Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 135. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Antiquar: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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2011-01-24 18:16:40
COLOMBO, Realdo; RONDELET, G.; LOMNIUS, J.
Paris; Lyon; Antwerp: Wechel; Bonhomme; Plantin, 1562. FIRST EDITION OF BOOKS TWO AND THREE, SECOND EDITION OF BOOK ONE. Three valuable books bound together in contemporary vellum, with original tabs. I: Originally published in folio three years earlier, this second edition in its smaller format was especially significant due to the fact that "it attests to the widespread contemporary use and recognized importance of Colombo's work." It is here that Colombo defines his discovery of the pulmonary or lesser circulation, i.e., the passage of blood from the right cardiac ventricle to the left via the lungs. He describes the duplicatures of the peritoneum, the ventricles of the larynx, and the mode of action of the pulmonary, cardiac, and aortic valves, clearing up a number of errors of his predecessors. Colombo (ca.1515-59), a friend of Michelangelo, was a pupil of Vesalius and later became his successor in the chair of anatomy at Padua. He bears the responsibility of having been the first person to perform vivisection on dogs instead of hogs, for the reason that the latter were "annoying by their squealing." II: First edition and extremely rare; OCLC notes only the NLM copy of this original edition.This valuable treatise on diseases and their cure is described by Mettler (p. 630) as the first to furnish us with a fact. "A fact! something precious for that period, despite the brevity of his descriptions. Rondelet was a well known physician at Montpelliere, and teacher of Coiter, Bauhin, Gesner, and Aldrovandi. An avid zoologist, he is probably best known for his De Piscibus Ma … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
Antiquar: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2010-10-25 17:05:35
VIRGIL
Antiquar: Joseph J. Felcone Inc., ABAA [U.S.A.]
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2010-10-22 16:35:44
RUSCELLI, Girolamo
Venice. unbound. very good. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Page measures 8.5" 11 3/8". Beautiful early map of Italy, circa 1562. Includes Corsica and parts of Sardinia and Sicily. From Ruscelli's Italian translation of Ptolemy's "Geographia", "La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo". Minor stains in bottom corners and along centerfold. Girolamo Ruscelli (c. 1504-1566) was a Venetian editor, cartographer and physician known best for his publication of Ptolemy%u2019s Geographia.
Antiquar: Argosy Book Store, ABAA, ILAB [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2010-04-23 19:32:16
Gastaldi, Giacomo (c. 1500 - 1566)
1562. THE MAP THAT INFLUENCED THE CARTOGRAPHY OF AFRICA FOR MORE THAN A CENTURY AND A HALF. Copper-plate engraving: 191/8" x 241/2" Venice: Paolo Forlani, 1562. References: R.V. Tooley, "Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century," Imago Mundi 3 (1939), n. 67; David Woodward, The Maps and Prints of Paolo Forlani (Chicago, 1990), n. 10.01; Robert W. Karrow., Mapmakers of the Sixteenth Century and Their Maps (Chicago, 1993), 30/98.1. In 1546, the Venetian Council of Ten issued an order that a map of Africa be prepared for the "Sala del Scude" of the Palazzo Ducale (Doge's Palace). This task was entrusted to the most prominent Italian cartographer of the sixteenth century, Giacomo Gastaldi. More than two-hundred years later, in the 1760s, Gastaldi's map of Africa was painted over and the original lost to posterity. It was preserved, however, in the form of this splendid printed version, finely engraved and published by Paolo Forlani in 1562. Gastaldi (see also nos. 19-21, 23-26) was the principal cartographer of the Venetian school of mapmaking and one of the foremost geographers of the sixteenth century, rivaled only by his northern European counterpart, the great Gerard Mercator. A native of the Piedmont region, Gastaldi was official Cosmographer to the Venetian Republic. One of the foremost authorities on sixteenth-century European mapmakers, Robert Karrow, has described him as "one of the most important cartographers of the sixteenth century. He was certainly the greatest Italian mapmaker of his age." His colleague Paolo Forlani (see also nos. 14-15), who iss … [Klicken Sie unten für eine ausführliche Beschreibung]
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