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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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 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
Bookseller: Matthias Severin Antiquariat [Germany]
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 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..
Bookseller: Antiquariat Jürgen Dinter GbR
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2012-05-03 20:39:08
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]
Bookseller: Peter Keisogloff Rare Books, Inc. [Brecksville, OH, U.S.A.]
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA
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.
Bookseller: 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]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 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.
2012-02-20 13:41:11
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]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2012-02-08 16:10:35
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]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton
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2012-01-24 00:00:00
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.
Bookseller: 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]
Bookseller: 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.
Bookseller: Neusser Buch-& Kunst-Antiquariat
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2011-08-22 09:37:12
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.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2011-08-22 09:37:12
(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]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2011-01-24 18:16:40
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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books & Manuscripts [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2010-10-25 17:05:35
Bookseller: 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.
Bookseller: 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2010-01-12 02:49:26
apud Damianum Turlinum,, Brixiae, 1562. Cm. 20,5, pp. (20). Marchio tip. al frontespizio e capolettera in xilografia. Senza leg., peraltro ben conservato. Orazione del teologo spagnolo (?-1571) dedicata ai grandi temi della cristianità e finalizzata alla difesa del concilio di Trento. Raro. Cfr. Adams, F, 727; Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 162.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-09-12 15:11:31
Kling, Conrad (Cling, Conrad)
Köln, Birckmann 1562. 33 cm. (52), 567, (1 w.) Seiten mit Druckermarke. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 K1313 - Adams C-222 - Butsch Tafeln 203 - Angebunden: Kling, Conrad: Catechismus catholicus summan Christianae institutionis IIII. libris ... item Summa theologica, hoc est, epitome ieu compendium doctrinae Christianae catholicae ... 2 Teile Köln, Birckmann, 1562. (16), 223, (1 w.); (8), 259, (1 w.) Seiten mit 1 Druckermarke. VD16 K1308; Adams C-2219; Vgl. Knaake III, 236. Teil 2 vor Teil 1 gebunden. Kling, Conrad: De securitate conscientiae catholicorum in rebus fidei ... item Confutatio mendaciorum á Luteranis adversus librum imperij seu interim editorum ... 2 Teile Köln, Birckmann, 1563. (4), 202, (2 w.); (4), 143, (1 w.) Seiten mit 2 Druckermarken. VD16 K1315; Adams C-2227. Gut erhaltener Sammelband mit Hauptwerken des bedeutenden vortridentinischen Theologen Deutschlands im Reformationszeitalter. Kling, Theologe zu Erfurt, war der einzige, der den katholischen Gottesdienst in der großen Hospitalkirche der Stadt Erfurt aufrecht hielt. Seine "Loci communes" sind eine Erörterung kontroverser Lehrpunkte mit Bezug auf Melanchthons gleichnamiges Werk. In "De securitate conscientiae" wird der Nachweis versucht, daß einzig im katholischen Lehrsystem vollkommener Trost des christlichen Heils sichergestellt sei (Vgl. ADB IV, 333f). Die Druckermarke ("Fette Henne") ist bei Butsch abgebildet. Einband etwas fleckig und geringfügig berieben, innen stellenweise leicht gebräunt, im Oberrand Feuchtigkeitsspur, auf dem Vorsatz und Ti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat
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2009-08-25 15:43:30
Taisnier, Jean
Köln, Birckmann 1562. 28 cm. (12), 624, (8, letzte 2 weiß) Seiten mit Druckermarke auf Titel, Porträt auf Titelrückseite und am Ende sowie Hunderten von Textholzschnitten. Pergamentband der Zeit - Houzeau / Lancaster I, 4885 - Thorndike V, 580ff - VD16 T 72 - Zinner 2296 - Erstausgabe. Sein Hauptwerk ist dieses Sammelwerk in 8 Büchern über Handlesekusnt, Astrologie und Physiognomik, dessen chiromantischer Teil in 6 Büchern das ganze Wissen seiner Zeit zusammenfaßt und wegen seiner fast 1800 Illustrationen zu den geschätztesten Arbeiten über dieses Gebiet zählt. "... darinne er sonderlich von der Physiognomie und Chiromantie handelt; wie er denn zuletzt alle seine Zeit mit der Chiromantie zubrachte, und damit das leichtgläubige Volck an sich zog, aber auch bey andern seinen erlangten Ruhm wieder verlohr" (Jöcher IV, 989). "Taisnier posed as a distinguished specialist in the art of chiromancy. He asserted, like Cocles, that his judgement had never gone astray in the examination of human hands, and he gives many instances of his succesful past readings of palms. After consulting many painters, he found it advisable to draw his own figures of hands in order to have them exact" (Thorndike). Die Bücher 7 und 8 behandeln Physiognomik und Astrologie. Der 1509 im Hennegau geborene Jurist, Philosoph, Mathematiker und Musiker war Lehrer der Pagen Kaiser Karls V. Er bereiste seit 1535 Nordafrika, Vorderasien und Südeuropa und hielt in mehreren Städten Italiens Vorlesungen ab. Er starb nach 1562 als Musikdirektor des Erzbischofs zu Köln. S. 31-34 durch zeitgenössische Handschrift ersetz … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2009-07-27 15:01:52
Kling, Conrad (Cling, Conrad)
Köln, Birckmann 1562. 33 cm. (52), 567, (1 w.) Seiten mit Druckermarke. Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen - VD16 K1313 - Adams C-222 - Eines der Hauptwerke des bedeutenden vortridentinischen Theologen Deutschlands im Reformationszeitalter. Kling, Theologe zu Erfurt, war der einzige, der den katholischen Gottesdienst in der großen Hospitalkirche der Stadt aufrecht hielt. Seine "Loci communes" sind eine Erörterung kontroverser Lehrpunkte mit Bezug auf Melanchthons gleichnamiges Werk. Die Druckermarke ("Fette Henne") ist abgebildet bei Butsch, Tafeln 203. Einband etwas fleckig, durchgängig Wurmspuren, stellenweise leicht gebräunt, Titelblatt restauriert, erste Blatt Feuchtigkeitsrand in der Ecke - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -
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2009-03-12 05:16:43
Padua, Ex officina Laurentii Pasquatii et sociorum, 1562. 4°, disbound in much later wrappers (wrappers soiled; spine defective). Circular woodcut printer's device on title page. Woodcut initial. Italic type throughout, except for the title page. Gatherings loose. Some minor soiling. In good to very good condition. 11 [i.e., 10] leaves [final leaf misnumbered 11], signed A-B4, C2. *** 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 Fuentidueña, 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 Pre-1601 STC, p. 273. Palau, 95504. On Pedro de Fuentidueña, see Rubio Fuentes y Vaquero Chinarro, "Un insigne segoviano en el siglo XVI alcalaíno: Pedro de Fuentidueña (1513-1579)," in Anales Complutenses, Nº. 8, (1996), pp. 49-76. Italian Union Catalogue: 11 copies in 10 locations. Copac lists copy in Bodleian Library-Oxford University; KVK (50 databases searched) repeats Copac and locates copies in Bibliothek der Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Bayerische Staatsbibliothek München, Staatliche Bibliothek Regensburg, Bibliothek der Stifung Deutsches Historisches Museum Berlin. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Richard C. Ramer Old and Rare Books [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-10 10:17:08
(Giacobbe Marcaria),, Ripae, 1562. Cm. 20,5, pp. (16). Leg. in cart. recente. Ben conservato. Lorenzo Campeggi (1474-1539), di Milano, fu professore di diritto a Padova e Bologna; divenne auditore della Sacra Rota e ricoprì numerosi incarichi diplomatici. La sua attività era finalizzata alla creazione di un fronte comune contro l'avanzata dei Turchi; passaggio obbligato fu quindi la forte pressione diplomatica del papato su Venezia, Impero, Francia, Spagna ed Inghilterra. Nella dieta di Ratisbona del 1524 si giunse a formulare l'impegno comune per la riforma della chiesa cattolica, anche attraverso la lotta contro gli abusi esistenti. Il grande merito del cardinal Campeggi fu appunto quello di creare le condizioni, proprio in territorio tedesco, di una vera e propria lega confessionale che mirasse anche a formulare misure comuni contro il dilagare della dottrina luterana. Alla luce di queste premesse risulta chiaro il motivo dell'iniziativa editoriale rivana, promossa nel penultimo anno conciliare per riaffermare dottrine di grande autorevolezza in ambito europeo. Raro ed importante. Manca all'Adams; cfr. Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 238; inoltre, per approfondimenti bio-bibliografici sulla figura del C., Dizionario Biografico degli Italiani, XVII, 454-462. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [riva del garda, Italy]
2009-03-09 05:21:51
PIERE ERIALED. RO30056064: 1562. In-12. Relié plein cuir. Très bon état, Couv. légèrement passée, Dos satisfaisant, Intérieur acceptable. 330 pages. Manque les dernières pages. PIèce de titre jaune, pièce de tomaison jaune. Titre, tomaison, 5 caissons dorés sur le dos cuir marron à 5 nerfs. Tranches rouges. Manques importants sur le premier plat. Manque le coin supérieur droit du second plat. . . . Classification Dewey : 840.02-XV ème siècle [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Le-Livre [SABLONS, France]
2009-02-27 10:15:39
ad instantiam Petri Antonii Alciatis (Giacobbe Marcarla),, Ripae, 1562 - Cm. 20,5, pp. (8). Marchio tipografico e capolettera xilografici. Leg. in cart. recente. Ottimamente conservato. Giovanni Strozzi (?-1570) fu oratore di Cosimo I granduca di Toscana, impegnatissimo nella fortificazione del suo stato e protagonista di una politica estera considerata filospagnola. In linea con questi intenti, l'intervento conciliare di Strozzi è dedicato agli equilibri politici all'interno dell'universo cristiano. Rarissimo. Cfr. Adams, S, 1952; Catalogo telematico ICCU; Borrelli, 223. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense
2009-01-21 06:16:09
appresso Gio. Maria Scotto,, In Napoli, 1562 - 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]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [Italy]
2008-12-01 14:41:56
Tixier de Ravisi, Jean (Textor).
Venedig, Johann Gryphius, 1562.. 48 (recte 46) Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und 4 figuralen Initialen in Holzschnitt. Späteres Halbleder mit hs. Rückentitel. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 8vo.. Sehr seltene Auswahl aus dem erstmals 1520 gedruckten "Füllhorn" des Johann Ravisius Textor (ca. 1480-1524), dem berühmten Lexikon aller Wissensgebiete des klassischen Altertums und der Renaissance. Die Artikel behandeln in alphabetischer Reihenfolge Themen wie Metalle und Gesteine, Ackerbau, Tierzucht, Naturkunde, Geographie und vieles mehr. - Mit dem Exlibris "Bibliothek Bela Markovits" am Spiegel. Vereinzelt etwas braunfleckig bzw. wasserrandig; die letzten 3 Bll. mit kl. Wurmspur im w. Außenrand (kein Textverlust). Foliierungssprung von Bl. 3 zu Bl. 6 (Lagenschlüssel A6, B-F8). Ecken etwas bestoßen; Kapitale lädiert. Gelöschte Katalognummer in Rotstift am Titel; alte hs. Katalogbeschreibung auf Vorsatz montiert. - Edit 16, CNC 35287 (nur in Campobasso, Assisi, Gubbio, Urbino und Pistoia). Diese Ausgabe nicht in Adams, BM-STC Italian; kein Ex. über KVK nachweisbar. Vgl. Adams R 200.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH
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2008-10-15 13:10:14
Forlani, Paolo (FL. 1560-1571)
1562. THE FIRST SEPARATE MAP OF SOUTH AMERICA Copper-plate engraving: 21" x 161/4" Venice: Paolo Forlani, c. 1562 References: R.V. Tooley, "Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century," Imago Mundi 3 (1939), n. 93; David Woodward, The Maps and Prints of Paolo Forlani (Chicago, 1990), 11. Paolo Forlani's map of South America was the first large-scale map of the continent to appear in print, as well as a considerable advance over existing depictions. It represents a watershed moment in the cartography of the western hemisphere. Extending from Florida and the West Indies in the north to part of Tierra del Fuego in the south, the map was then unequaled in scope and accuracy. Many sites and geographical features are named through the interior of the continent as well as on the coastline, including the Amazon, the Strait of Magellan and "Terra del Brasil." The river system is depicted with remarkable clarity and thoroughness, as are all of the islands of the Caribbean. The quality of engraving, moreover, is a hallmark of the finest Venetian cartography. For the geographical information, Forlani drew in large part on the world map published in 1561 by his eminent colleague Giacomo Gastaldi, the most accomplished cartographer of sixteenth-century Italy. Following in Gastaldi's footsteps, Forlani was a Venetian publisher of many important maps and charts in the Renaissance. It was in Italy, and particularly in Venice, that the map trade, which was to influence profoundly the course of cartographic history, was most highly developed during the first half of the sixteenth … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Arader Galleries
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2008-01-22 18:14:02
.- Palau 52010 'Primera edición en lengua original publicada en Inglaterra y 1ª de carácter lujoso y de valor artístico. El texto corregido por Pedro Pineda resulta muy esmerado, pues aparte de tener a la vista las mejores ediciones corrientes, parece que también compulsó las primitivas de Cuesta. El retrato de Cervantes, obra de Kent, es conforme al autoretrato escrito por el propio Cervantes en el prólogo de sus 'Novelas'. Las 68 láminas fueron dibujadas por Vanderbank y G.Kent, y grabadas en cobre por Vander Gucht, Vertne, Baron y Claude de Bosc. (.) El aspecto de la edición es suntuoso y bello: lástima que el papel, a pesar de buena calidad, se oscurece en algunos pliegos, afeando la unidad del conjunto.' Salvá 1562, Suñé 42, Brunet I 1749.
Bookseller: Escalinata, librería [Madrid, Spain]

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