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2020-08-02 09:05:43
1563. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Vergerio, Pietro Paolo. Primus tomus operum Vergerii. Adversus papatum. Tübingen, Ulrich Morhards Witwe, 1563. 4°, circa 20,8 x 15,5 cm. 4 (1 w.) Bll., 401 (recte 404) SS., 1 Bl., mit kolorierter Holzschnittdruckermarke Leder d. 18. Jh. (Rücken unter Verwendung des alten Schildes gut erneuert). - VD16 V 633; Adams V 412. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser Sammlung kritischer Texte gegen die katholische Kirche - ein zweiter Band ist nie erschienen. Enthält: Secretarii Pontifici actiones tres - Consilium de emendanda Romana Ecclesia - Epistola ad regem Poloniae de colloquio instituendo - Dialogi quattuor adversus Osium... - Catalogus haereticorum cum annotationibus - De idolo lauretano - Scholia in binas Papae literas - Quod Papa celebrans Concilium, parcat idolomaniis crassioribus. - Der Autor Vergerius (1498-1565) stammte aus Capodistria (heute Koper in Slowenien), war zunächst römisch-katholischer Priester und sogar Bischof seiner Heimatstadt, trat dann aber zum evangelischen Glauben über und veröffentlichte zahlreiche kritische Schriften gegen die katholische Kirche. - Diesem Exemplar sind auf drei weissen Seiten zu Beginn (und zwei am Ende) zahlreiche bibliographische Notizen beigefügt, darunter auch ein längeres Zitat von Schelhorn über die Seltenheit dieses Buches: "Es ist sowohl dieser Tomus, als alle seine Schriften, nach dem urteile aller bycherkenner sehr selten anzutreffen... ich weiss, wie viele zeit u. myhe es mich gekostet ihrer habhaft zu werden. Der kardinal Quirini ersuchte mich einmal, ihm diesen tomum zu verkaufen...". - Exli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-30 07:31:02
René BOYVIN
Bulino, 1563, siglato con il monogramma B, in basso a sinistra nell’immagine. In basso, nel cartiglio, didascalia in latino. Bell’esemplare, impresso su carta vergata coeva, completo della didascalia latina in basso, rifilato alla linea marginale; molto buono lo stato di conservazione. Tavola 18 della serie di 26 tavole relative al mito di Giasone e il Vello d’oro incise da René Boyvin da disegni di Leonard Thiry. Nel 1563 vennero pubblicate due edizioni della serie: una con titolo latino "Historia Iasonis Thessaliae principis de Cochica" e didascalie in latine, e l'altra in francese (Livre des la conquete de la Toison d'or par le prince Jason de Tessalie). Ciascuna scena è inquadrata da una cornice ornata; nella parte inferiore del foglio era stampata - da una lastra diversa - la relativa didascalia, in latino o in francese. Engraving, 1563, signed with monogram B, at lower left of the image. Cartouche lettered with caption in Latin. Good example, printed on contemporary laid paper, in good condition From a series of twenty-six prints relating the myth of Jason, engraved by Boyvin after Leonard Thiry. Each scene is framed by an ornate border, the caption below is inscribed in a cartouche and printed from a separate plate. The set was published in 1563 and it was preceded by a letterpress text: privilege, dedication to the King, and four pages on the story of Jason. Two editions were issued at the same time: a Latin edition, with a Latin title "Hystoria Iasonis Thessaliae Principis de Cochica." and Latin captions; and a French edition, with a French title "Livre des la conq … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Roma, Italy]
2020-07-28 11:05:02
1563. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Homer. Ilias ek tes pemptes kai epimelesteras anagnoseos... (greace). Worms, Philipp Cephalaeus (Köpfel) und Sigmund Feyerabend, 1563. Circa 16,5 x 11 cm. 8 Bll., 277 SS., 3 (1 w.) Bll., Titel mit grosser Druckermarke Pergament d. Zt. - VD16 H 4656 (nur vier Nachweise); Hoffmann II, 317. Seltener Wormser Druck, nur Griechisch nach der Edition des Janos Laskaris, mit einem Vorwort von Johannes Winther. Nur die komplette Ilias. - Vorsätze mit alten Anmerkungen und kleinem, etwas verwischtem Wappen-Stempel, vorne späteres Wappen-Exlibris. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und stockig. Einband berieben, angestaubt, mit Resten von Bindebändern. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-07-25 23:25:03
Thomas Cranmer
Richard Jugge & Thom Cawood, 1563. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare.1563 Inglese Riforma Elizabethan Nero Lettera Sermons Sacra Bibbia Puritan Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. Di proprietà di Richard Sherlock / Thomas Bradley, Divini inglesi[Il Seconde Tome of Homelyes Of That Matters come erano stati promessi e intituiti nella parte precedente di Homelyes, stabilito dall'Aucthoritie of the Quenes Maiestie: e da leggere in euery paryshe churche amealye] Gioiello, John. Cranmer, Thomas. Impressa a Londra: In Powles Churcheyarde, di Richard Jugge e Iohn Cawood, Stampanti per il Quenes Maiestie, 1563. --o0o-- Una collezione bellissima ed estremamente rara di omelie e sermoni elisabettiani puritani, probabilmente compilata da John Jewel, e comprendente importanti predicatori della Riforma inglese come Thomas Cranmer e altri. Forse altrettanto importante e rara è la probabile proprietà dei primi divini inglesi Richard Sherlock (1612-1689), Thomas Bradley (1597-1673) e altri, come mostrato con le loro annotazioni, note e firme in vari margini e aree del libro. Tavole in pelle con gli occhi nascosti originali con alcuni bordi, ridisegnate in modo straordinario con fasce rialzate a cieco e titolo / data dorati, come mostrato. Il libro è perfet … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-07-23 10:53:06
TEIXEIRA, Pedro, [Mir KHWAND and Turan SHAH].
[8], 384, [8], 115[=215], [17] pp.First edition of a "history of the kings of Persia compiled from the Persian histories of Mir Khwand and Turan Shah" (Howgego), in the original Spanish, by the Portuguese merchant adventurer Pedro Teixeira (1563-1645?). It is one of the earliest European sources to mention Qatar, with notes on the pearl fishing in the region that may be translated: "The pearl fishery at Bahrain begins some years in June, but generally in July, and lasts all that month and August ... They generally go fishing around Katar, a port on the coast of Arabia, 10 leagues to the south of the Island Bahrain. As soon as an oyster is brought up, they open it, and take out the pearl. The pearls of this sea surpass all others in goodness and weight ...". The work is divided into three parts. The first, which is the largest, deals with the kings of Persia. It is a summarized translation of the voluminous Rawzat as-safâ... by the Persian historian Mir Khwand (ca. 1434-1498), and is probably the first translation of the text into a European language. The second part is a translation of the chronicle of the kings of Hormuz by the Ayyubid emir Turan Shah (d. 1180), a text that survives only in translations. Though Teixeira's adventures started in 1586, he reached Hormuz in 1593, where he resided for several years to study its history. Both parts contain a chronological account of the kings, but also provide a more general history of the region. The third and last part contains an account of Teixeira's later travels from India to Italy in the years 1600-1601 and 1604-1605, vis … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 09:35:04
BEYER, Johann Hartmann.
[12], 68, 191 [1 blank], [38] pp.First German edition of an important treatise on solid geometry by the Frankfurt physician and mathematician Johann Hartmann Beyer (1563-1625). It includes calculations of exact or approximate volumes of solid figures such as glasses, buckets and barrels (which Beyer treated as 2 truncated cones put together). The author published a work on decimals, Logistica decimalis, and is sometimes (wrongly) credited with the invention of the decimal fraction. He corresponded with Ludolf van Ceulen and Johannes Kepler: the latter refers to Beyer in his Nova stereometria (1615).Owner's inscription on title-page, dated "1625" and partly erased, browned throughout, otherwise in very good condition.l Honeyman 321; Poggendorff I, p. 183; VD 17, 547:658949Q; for the author: NDB II, p. 204.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-23 05:43:50
MYL (MILIUS), Abraham van der.
68, [4 blank] pp.First edition of treatise on the origin and migration of man and animals, a posthumously published work by the Dutch linguist and minister Abraham van der Myl (1563-1637). "It was only after the discovery of America that the attention of naturalists was powerfully drawn to the wonderful differences between the animal population of the central and southern parts of the new world and that of those parts of the old world which lie under the same parallels of latitude. So far back as 1667 Abraham Mylius, in his treatise "De Animalium origine et migratione populorum," argues that, since there are innumerable species of animals in America which do not exist elsewhere, they must have been made and placed there by the Deity" (Huxley). "lncludes a curious dissertation on the origin of the American races" (Sabin). A German translation appeared in 1670. Slightly browned and the front board detached; a good copy.l BMC NH, suppl. p. 840; T.H. Huxley, The problems of the deep sea (1873); Leclerc 383; Palau 169293; Sabin 48982.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-17 17:43:23
1563. Original journal du concile de Trente. Ce concile est décidé par le Pape Paul III afin de réformer l'église et de tenter de trouver une solution au problème de la réforme qui sera responsable d'une désolidarisation d'une partie des fidèles du Saint Siège. Le concile démarrera le 13 décembre 1545 et finira 18 ans plus tard, le 5 décembre 1563. Ce journal écrit en Allemand dans une typographie gothique magnifique est le témoin des évènements survenus durant tout le concile dans le monde chrétien. Il relate les guerres contres les Turcs, celles entre Français et Hollandais. Reliure plein vélin estempée à froid et datée 1570 - dimension des pages : 19 x 14 cm Dimension du livre 20 x 17 cm. Reliure très solide - nombreuses gravures sur bois dans le texte, culs de lampe de l'époque, lettrines. Coins déformés et cassés. Cuir désolidarisé du plat au niveau de la tranche supérieure. Dos muet à 4 nerfs. Intérieur uniformément jauni et sali avec traces d'humidité sur certaines pages, jaunissement global peu de rousseurs - l'ensemble restant très frais et agréable de lecture. On note 2 pages manquantes et une page déchirée mais avec le morceau présent. Manque les fers de fermeture. Nombreuses taches, quelques inscriptions manuscrites dans les marges et sur la page de garde. EX LIBRIS. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Anneau [Mulhouse, France]
2020-07-17 10:26:34
BEDE
Opera Bedae venerabilis presbyteri, Anglosaxonis : viri in divinis atque humanis literis exercitatissimi : omnia in octo Tomos distincta, prout statim post Praefationem suo Elencho enumerantur. Addito Rerum & Verborum Indice copiosissimo. Cum Caesareae Maiestatis gratia & privilagio, Regisque Galliarum ad decennium. Basilae, Per Ioannem Heruagium, Anno M.D.LXXIII. Folio. 8 volumes. Later vellum bindings, each volume with two labels. New labels and vellum spine to Vol. I.Stamp of an English monastic library on the title pages and also an earlier small stamp from a continental library. Engraved architectural title page to Vol. I., some illustrations, music and historiated initials in the text. Old damp stains at the front of Vol. I. A good sound set of the first collected edition of Bede's works. In the autobiographical account appended to his Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum Bede lists over thirty of his written works. This edition omits some of Bede's writings and includes a Commentary on St. Paul which is not by Bede.
Bookseller: Cobnar Books [UK]
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2020-07-17 08:44:55
Thomas Cranmer
London: Richard Jugge & Thom Cawood, 1563. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer.1563 Anglais Réforme Elizabethan Noir Lettre Sermons Holy Bible Puritain Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. Propriétaire-Richard Sherlock / Thomas Bradley, English Divines[Le Tome Seconde des Homelyes De Questions telles que Promises et Intitulées dans l'ancienne partie de Homelyes, Décrites par l'Aucthoritie des Quenes Maiestie: et à lire dans euery paryshe churche agreablye] Joyau, John. Cranmer, Thomas. Imprimé à Londres: In Powles Churcheyarde, par Richard Jugge et Iohn Cawood, Printers to the Quenes Maiestie, 1563. --o0o-- Une belle et extrêmement rare collection d'homélies et de sermons élitabéthains puritains, probablement compilée par John Jewel, et comprenant les premiers prédicateurs importants de la Réforme anglaise tels que Thomas Cranmer et d'autres. Peut-être tout aussi important et rare est la propriété probable des premiers devins anglais Richard Sherlock (1612-1689), Thomas Bradley (1597-1673) et d'autres, comme le montrent leurs annotations, notes et signatures dans diverses marges et zones du livre. Planches de cuir originales estampées à l'aveugle avec quelques bordures, incroyablement recouvertes de bandes surélevées réglées à l'aveugle et d'un titre / date doré, comme indiqué. Le livre est parfaitement complet, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-07-17 08:44:55
Thomas Cranmer
London: Richard Jugge & Thom Cawood, 1563. Condition: Very good. When ordering from the US, parcels may be subject to import tax and duty charges, which the buyer is responsible to pay. Owned-Richard Sherlock/ Thomas Bradley, English Divines[The Seconde Tome of Homelyes Of Such Matters as were Promised and Intituled in the former part of Homelyes, Set out by the Aucthoritie of the Quenes Maiestie: and to be read in euery paryshe churche agreablye] Jewel, John. Cranmer, Thomas. Imprinted at London: In Powles Churcheyarde, by Richard Jugge and Iohn Cawood, Printers to the Quenes Maiestie, 1563. --o0o-- A beautiful and extremely rare collection of early Elizabethan Puritan homilies and sermons, likely compiled by John Jewel, and including early important English Reformation preachers such as Thomas Cranmer and others. Perhaps just as important and rare is the likely ownership to early English divines Richard Sherlock (1612-1689), Thomas Bradley (1597-1673) and others, as shown with their annotations, notes and signatures in various margins and areas of the book. Original blindstamped leather boards with some edgewear, rebacked stunningly with blind ruled raised bands and gilt title/date, as shown. The book is neatly complete, lacking only three leaves of the 292 included; the title page and folio leaves 5 and 6, our copy thus paginating 1-4,7-292ff. Very well kept and illustrated with historiated and decorative initials, devices and black letter font throughout, with the large colophon on the verso of the final leaf. Four leaves at the front have minor marginal repairs; there … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-07-10 23:42:08
Jodocus Hondius the Elder
A composite containing maps of Cuba, Hispaniola, Jamaica, S. Ioannis, and Margareta, all by Jodocus Hondius the Elder (1563-1612), one of the most significant cartographers of his generation. Condition: Very good. Age toning, several creases. Double matted and framed. Dimensions w 26.5 in x h 21 in.
Bookseller: Second Story Books [United States]
2020-07-10 15:40:16
Mark, the Hermit
Apud Audoenum Paruum (colophon: Federicus Morellus, 1563. Sm. 8vo. (32),542,(2)pp. Index. Cont. calf, somewhat worn, expertly rebacked, red morocco spine label. Ecclesiastical coat-of-arms stamped in gilt on both covers. The first Latin edition (translated from the Greek). BL French STC p. 302 (under "Mark, Saint, the anchorite").
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-04 06:02:02
Gessner, Conrad
1563. 2 (39 x 25 cm), 4 Bl., CLXXII, 13 S., zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Illustr., OHPgt. in Schuber, Namenszug a. Vors., tadellos. Ex. Nr. 263 der 465 Ex. der Ausgabe auf Ingres-Bütten. Faksimiledruck nach der ersten deutschen Froschauer-Ausgabe von 1563, mit einem synoptischen Verzeichnis der lat. u. dt. Tierbezeichnungen und ihren modernen Synonymen, zusammengestellt von V. Ziswiler. - Conrad Gessner (1516-1565), Schweizer Arzt, Naturforscher und Altphilologe. Er gilt als einer der berühmtesten und wichtigsten Naturforscher und Gelehrten der Schweiz. Seine Bedeutung beruht unter anderem darauf, dass er sich nicht mehr ausschließlich auf die tradierten Erkenntnisse der Antike und des Mittelalters verliess - die er ebenfalls ausführlichst auswertete -, sondern seine eigenen Naturbeobachtungen höher wertete. Die Qualität der Darstellung in seinen Veröffentlichungen unterschied ihn von seinen Fachkollegen, da er wegen seines überdurchschnittlichen Zeichentalents nicht darauf angewiesen war, professionelle Künstler für seine Buchillustrationen heranzuziehen. Sein offizielles botanisches Autorenkürzel lautet "Gesner".
Bookseller: antiquariat peter petrej [Switzerland]
2020-06-27 06:35:02
AESOP.
282, [6] pp.Rare Latin edition of Aesop's fables with 187 woodcut illustrations, based on the first illustrated edition of the "Aesopus Dorpii" to be published in Italy, by Dominicus Nicolinus at Venice in 1563 (Bodemann 31.3; Thoen 135). This Latin prose collection of fables compiled by Martinus Dorpius (1485-1525), a humanist teaching in Louvain, was first published in 1509 at Antwerp without illustrations. The Dorpius compilation proved very important for the diffusion of Aesop as a school textbook during the following centuries and went through at least two hundred editions to the mid-19th century, mostly in small formats.With "Aesopi" written in ink on the foot edge. Rebound with modern endpapers; binding soiled and slightly worn. With a small hole in the margin running through the first half of the book. A good copy.l EDIT16 CNCE 407 (1 copy); ICCU (same copy); USTC 807915 (same copy); WorldCat (3 copies); cf. Bodemann 31.1-3 (1556 Lyons, 1561 Paris & 1563 Venice eds.); Fabula docet ; Paul Thoen, “Aesopus Dorpii, essai sur l'Esope Latin des temps modernes”, in: Humanistica Lovaniensia, 19 (1970), pp. 241-289, nos. 112, 118, 131, 135 (“ca. 1550” [recté post 1634?] Venice, 1554 Lyons, 1561 Paris & 1563 Venice eds.).
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-06-23 14:06:03
Mark, the Hermit
Apud Audoenum Paruum (colophon: Federicus Morellus, 1563. Sm. 8vo. (32),542,(2)pp. Index. Cont. calf, somewhat worn, expertly rebacked, red morocco spine label. Ecclesiastical coat-of-arms stamped in gilt on both covers. The first Latin edition (translated from the Greek). BL French STC p. 302 (under "Mark, Saint, the anchorite").
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-19 02:20:14
Wimpfen: 1563. Original in sehr guter Erhaltung. Pergamentbedingt minimal gebräunt und fleckig. Verso etwas stärker.Siegel mit Riss.Verso mit Vermerk der Adressaten. WIR VERKAUFEN ORIGINELLE ORIGINALE - WE SELL EXTRAORDINARY ORIGINALS DEUTSCHE HANDSCHRIFT AUF PERGAMENT ANNO 1563 IMMOBILIENGESCHÄFTE IM 16. JAHRHUNDERT - WIMPFEN AM NECKAR - MIT SIEGEL PERGAMENT-HANDSCHRIFT - IN DEUTSCH - WIMPFEN AM NECKAR - MIT SIEGEL - ANNO 1563 IMMOBILIENGESCHÄFTE IM 16. JAHRHUNDERT DATIERUNG 9.1.1563 INHALT Großformatige Handschrift in Deutsch auf Pergament über diverse Immobiliengeschäfte in Wimpfen am Neckar im 16. Jahrhundert. Es geht insbesondere um den Abschluss eines umfangreichen Kauf- und Pachtvertrages zwischen dem Wolff Hoffmann und seiner Ehefrau Margaretha in Affalterbach (bei Ludwigsburg) mit den Ratsmitgliedern Jacob Hoffmann und Wendell Lautenschläger in Wimpfen über diverse Ländereien in und um Affalterbach. In diesem Zusammenhang werden jährlich zu entrichtende Beträge, wie Zinsen, genannt. Attraktives, großes angehängtes Siegel der Grafen von Tengen und Nellenburg. Diese wurden u.a. ebenso im Kauf- bzw. Pachtvertrag erwähnt, da diese mit jährlichen Zahlungen berücksichtigt wurden. AUSSTATTUNG / ABMESSUNGEN 36-zeilige Handschrift in brauner Tinte. Große Eingangsinitiale mit 26-zeiligem Zierausläufer im Rand. Blattgröße 58 x 28 cm; Schriftspiegel: 53 x 21 cm; Plica: 4,5 cm. Durchmesser Siegel: 6,5 cm. ZUSTAND In sehr guter Erhaltung. Pergamentbedingt minimal gebräunt und fleckig. Verso etwas stärker. Siegel mit Riss. Verso mit Vermerk der Adressaten. UNBEDENKLICHKEITSERKLÄR … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ARTFINDING (schnellkauf69) [Weidenhain, Germany]
2020-06-15 15:24:48
FELICIANO, Francesco.
Libro di arithmetica & geometria speculativa & praticale ... intitulato Scala Grimaldelli: novamente stampato(Colophon: Venice, Francesco de Leno), 1563. 4to. With the title in a 5-piece woodcut border with an allusive woodcut illustration (ladder and key), and with numerous woodcut diagrams, geometric figures and other illustrations printed in the large fore-edge margin. Contemporary sheepskin parchment. [80] ll. 1563 edition of a popular Italian treatise on arithmetic and geometry by the Italian mathematician Fransesco Feliciano da Lazesio (1570-1542). First published in 1526 at Venice, it became immensely popular and went through many, revised editions, the present edition probably being the 8th. It is divided into three parts, starting with an introduction, followed by a part on arithmetic and roots and a part on practical geometry and measurements. When first published it was the first book describing the use of the surveyor's cross, an innovative tool at a time when long distances were often merely estimated by sight. "Few books had greater influence on the subsequent teaching of elementary mathematics" (Smith). The work is generally known as the Scala grimaldelli. "The author explains the original title with a drawing on the front [title-page] depicting an actual ladder and a key, accompanied by a sonnet ... suggesting that you need a ladder (scala) to attack the castle and a key (grimaldello) to open the lock, just as you need a book to gain access to knowledge" (Gallozzi).Slightly browned, with a few marginal water stains and some occasional foxing and minor stains … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 12:28:57
CORDUS, Valerius.
Novum ... dispensatorium, hoc est, pharmacorum conficiendorum ratio: quam ab ipso olim auctam, nunc à quamplurimis mendis expurgatam in lucem edimus.Venice, Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1563. 12mo. Contemporary blind-tooled calf, spine reinforced with white paper. [24], 444 pp. Early edition (the second printed by Vincenzo Valgrisi) of the first official city pharmacopoeia, first published posthumously in Nürnberg in 1546 with an appendix by Jaques Dubois (1478-1555), also known as Jacobus Sylvius. The city of Nürnberg adopted the first edition as the official standard that all city apothecaries were required to follow. The book's influence went far beyond Nürnberg, however, for numerous publishers in several countries produced dozens of editions in the original Latin and in German, Dutch and French translations. Many cities, especially in Germany and the Low Countries, either adopted it as their own standard or used it as a model to write their own pharmacopoeia. The present "Novum" edition follows Valgrisi's 1556 edition, but adds "Medicamentorum omnium compositorum, quae in hoc opere continentur, facultates" (pp. 1-65).Cordus (1515-1544), physician and botanist, studied at Marburg and Leipzig, working in his uncle's apothecary shop in the latter. He lectured at the University of Wittenberg, basing his teaching on direct examination of live specimens, which was unusual at that time. He presented his Dispensatorium to the Nürnberg city council, which rewarded him for it, but he contracted malaria collecting plants in the Italian marshes and died before the book was published.The tex … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 22:45:40
Lyon: Guillaume Rouillé, 1563. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. Biblia sacra, ex postremis doctorum vigilis, ad Hebraicam veritate[m], & probatiss[imum] exemplariu[m] fidem, cum Hebraicorum nominum interpretatione. BIBLE LATINE] Published by Lyon, Guillaume Rouillé, 1563.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-06-05 18:18:33
Thomas Becon
John Daye, London, 1563. Wonderful American Revolutionary War period provenance with this work; Isaiah Thomas' bookplate, engraved by Paul Revere, with Thomas' hand-written price note on the first endpaper, for its donation to the American Antiquarian Society library (with the AAS "SOLD" stamp at the rear). Isaiah Thomas was a Revolutionary War period important American printer, publisher and author. He performed the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence, reported the first accounts of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, and was a founder of the American Antiquarian Society, to which he donated his library. When he donated his library he wrote value estimates at the front of his books, which can be seen at the top of the first endpaper in this book, "75 cts". Unfortunately, it is missing 18 leaves at the rear, but based on the binding, I think it has been missing those pages since before Thomas owned it, this binding being contemporary, or prior, to Thomas and no gap or etc. at the location of the missing pages. If it was good enough for Isaiah Thomas. ;) The work is by Thomas Becon, and is a 1563 reformation work attributing the Roman Catholic Church with the furtherance of ancient Rome, with ties to the anti-Christ. Becon, an outspoken Protestant, weathered the rulers of England through the 16th century, at times being elevated to high stations in the church and at other times living in exile. By 1563, when this book was written, he'd been twice exiled, but had now returned, under Elizabeth, and was canon of the Canterbury Cathedral. A scarce work, I fi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Tome [Newberg, OR, U.S.A.]
2020-06-04 22:47:02
1563. Frontespizio un po' sciupato, nel complesso più che buon esemplare. AA.VV. - Officium Hebdomade Sancte, secundum consuetudinem Sancte Romane Ecclesie. A Dominica Palmarum sive Olivarum, usque ad tertium die Pasche, cum quibusdam novis orationibus ante communiones et post, nuper adiectis - 1563. Venetiis impressum, in officina heredum Luceantonii Juncte (da colophon). Piena pergamena rigida moderna con titoli manoscritti in caratteri gotici al dorso; 24°, cm 14,7; cc. 155 + (1); frontespizio un po' sciupato, nel complesso più che buon esemplare. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marca tipografica dei Giunta xilografata in basso e vignetta xilografata con Gesù Cristo che entra a Gerusalemme su un'asina, bella xilografia a piena pagina al controfrontespizio raffigurante Cristo sulla croce, tutto il testo in rosso e nero con capilettera (anche parlanti) e 23 vignette xilografate. Ex-libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri alla pagina di guardia anteriore.
Bookseller: kolimam [Copparo, Italy]
2020-06-04 21:50:33
various
Richard Jugge, and John Cawood, 1563. AUTHOR various TITLE The Seconde Tome of Homelyes of such matters as were promised and Instituted in the former part of Homelyes, set out by the authoritie of the Quenes Maiestie PLACE OF PUBLICATION London PUBLISHER Richard Jugge, and John Cawood PUBLICATION DATE 1563, First Edition, First Issue FORMAT Hardback, 8vo FOLIATION [1], [1], 292 DIMENSIONS OF TEXT-BLOCK height 18.2 cm x width 12.5 cm DIMENSIONS OF BINDING height 19.2 cm x width 13.2 cm DESCRIPTION : Bound in full grained leather, rebacked with leather. Woodcut border on title, woodcut initials. 8 pages of manuscript notes at front, 6 pages of manuscript notes at end, which extend onto colophon leaf. Extremely rare first issue, another copy offered by a dealer in 1972 noted then that STC stated that the British Library held an incomplete copy. Current library records show no copies held of the first issue, but some entries are unclear that they definitely are the second issue. Divided into the following sections : Of the ryght use of the Church Agaynst peryll of Idolatry For repairing and keping cleane the Church Of good workes Against gluttony and dronkennes Against excesse of apparell An homylye of prayer Of the place and tyme of prayer Of common prayer and sacramentes An information for them whiche take offence at certaine places of holy scripture Of alms dedes Of the natiuitie Of the passion (for good fryday) Of the resurrected for Easter day Of the worthye receauyng of the sacrament An homylye concernyng the commyng dolune of the holy ghost for Whyrsunday An homylye for … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-02 22:13:09
1563. Trixum (Lando, Ortensio). Paradossi cioe sententie fuori del commun parere novellamente venute in luce. - Confutatione del libro de paradossi. 2 in 1 volume. Venezia, Arrivabene, 1563. 8°. 86 num. ff., 2 (1 blank) ff. - 24 num. ff., with two different woodcut devices and several historiated initials in the text Contemporary vellum. - Gamba, Novelle 129 f.; Papanti 195; Grendler, Critics 231, 53. Lando's major work in which he undertakes to contradict all sorts of common opinions presenting arguments for paradoxes instead. In a way he does follow an old tradtion of philosophical argumentation when he claims for instance that poverty is better than wealth. His criticism of society, the church and authorities is though rather harsh in places and led to the title being put on the index of forbidden books. - Here with the rare and even more absurd confutation that has been published anonymously and in which Lando, as if he were an antagonist, attacks his own work and does his best to prove yet again the contrary of what he had just established. This again gives ample opportunity for criticism of society and the authorities. - Endpapers with old annotations, a little browning, somewhat dusty, first and last leaves with dog s ears and a little fraying binding wrinkled. Bilder Kostenlose XXL Bilder bei TRIXUM.DE Diese Auktion wurde mit trixum.de erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-05-15 00:02:02
Plutarch
Fratelli: Ferrari, 1563. Very good.. Two volumes, very good in original vellum.
Bookseller: Bookbid [Beverly Hills, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-05-12 11:28:03
Minturno Antonio
Gio. Andrea Valvassori, 1563. Alcune annotazioni coeve al frontespizio, rare bruniture, nel complesso ottimo stato generale di conservazione
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-12 11:18:13
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-05-10 13:44:21
Anonymous
Italy: Guerra, 1563. First and only edition of a scarce astronomical handbook [astronomy] Anonymous. Dechiarazione delle parti del Quadrante, con l'uso di quelle, e della Scala Altimetra. Venice: Domenico & Gio. Battista Guerra, 1563. 8vo, modern marbled paperboards, pp. 16. Signatures: A⁸. One woodcut illustration in the text. extremely rare astronomical handbook devoted to the use of the Quadrant A quadrant is an instrument that is used to measure angles up to 90°. Different versions of this instrument could be used to calculate various readings, such as longitude, latitude, and time of day. It was originally proposed by Ptolemy as a better kind of astrolabe. Several different variations of the instrument were later produced by medieval Muslim astronomers. The term quadrant, meaning "one fourth", refers to the fact that early versions of the instrument were derived from astrolabes. The quadrant condensed the workings of the astrolabe into an area one fourth the size of the astrolabe face; it was essentially a quarter of an astrolabe. Condition: Title-page a little dusty; some light foxing throughout. References: Not in BM STC Italian, not in Machiels. Adams D-185. CNCE 16281. OCLC 38652556. Maurice Daumas, Scientific Instruments of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries and Their Makers, London 1989. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: bibliomany [Milano, Italy]
2020-05-10 13:21:02
AA.VV
1563. AA.VV. N- Officium Hebdomade Sancte, secundum consuetudinem Sancte Romane Ecclesie. A Dominica Palmarum sive Olivarum, usque ad tertium die Pasche, cum quibusdam novis orationibus ante communiones et post, nuper adiectis - 1563. Venetiis impressum, in officina heredum Luceantonii Juncte (da colophon). Piena pergamena rigida moderna con titoli manoscritti in caratteri gotici al dorso; 24°, cm 14,7; cc. 155 (1); frontespizio un po' sciupato, nel complesso più che buon esemplare. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marca tipografica dei Giunta xilografata in basso e vignetta xilografata con Gesù Cristo che entra a Gerusalemme su un'asina, bella xilografia a piena pagina al controfrontespizio raffigurante Cristo sulla croce, tutto il testo in rosso e nero con capilettera (anche parlanti) e 23 vignette xilografate. Ex-libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri alla pagina di guardia anteriore
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
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2020-05-09 03:27:07
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-05-06 11:12:47
Lyon: Guillaume Rouillé, 1563. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. Biblia sacra, ex postremis doctorum vigilis, ad Hebraicam veritate[m], & probatiss[imum] exemplariu[m] fidem, cum Hebraicorum nominum interpretatione. BIBLE LATINE] Published by Lyon, Guillaume Rouillé, 1563.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, Venezuela]
2020-05-02 02:21:11
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-04-27 02:31:15
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, United States]
2020-04-22 18:04:24
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-04-22 10:45:07
1563. AA.VV. N- Officium Hebdomade Sancte, secundum consuetudinem Sancte Romane Ecclesie. A Dominica Palmarum sive Olivarum, usque ad tertium die Pasche, cum quibusdam novis orationibus ante communiones et post, nuper adiectis - 1563. Venetiis impressum, in officina heredum Luceantonii Juncte (da colophon). Piena pergamena rigida moderna con titoli manoscritti in caratteri gotici al dorso; 24°, cm 14,7; cc. 155 (1); frontespizio un po' sciupato, nel complesso pié che buon esemplare. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marca tipografica dei Giunta xilografata in basso e vignetta xilografata con Gesé Cristo che entra a Gerusalemme su un'asina, bella xilografia a piena pagina al controfrontespizio raffigurante Cristo sulla croce, tutto il testo in rosso e nero con capilettera (anche parlanti) e 23 vignette xilografate. Ex-libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri alla pagina di guardia anteriore
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-04-22 04:32:55
ZILETTI Giovanni Battista (a c. di) e Giuristi vari
Comin da Trino - apud Cominum de Tridino Montisferrati, Venetiis, 1563. In-8° (cm. 20.6x15,3), carte (68).non num., 416 cc. num. (= pp. 968), legatura tutta pergamena floscia, al dorso e presso le cerniere piccole mancanze di pergamena professionalmente risarcite, superba marca tipografica (FONTANA di 12 zampilli da un vaso e dal putti gaiamente orinanti, che lo sorreggono), 32 RITRATTI incisi (cm. 4x5, ma uno di cm. 9,8x6, il Placentinus con scolari) di giureconsulti, molti capilettera ornati, gran titolo calligrafico coevo al taglio inferiore, testo nitido e fittissimo su due colonne. Eccellente, solido e perlopiù immacolato esemplare, pur con lievi fioriture, gore e macchioline a varie pagine, Alla sguardia nome d'appart. anticam. cancellato e davvero sibillina strofa calligrafica coeva in 4 versi latini, firmata "Salvator Manaceus Lucensis" (cioè di LUCCA) alludente alla tormentata vicenda di Lucio III (che non nomina) nato a Lucca (1097), vescovo di Ostia, papa a Roma ma esiliato, morto a Verona; al front. altra firma di appartenenza anticam. cancellata. Ricco repertorio cinquecentesco contenente una raccolta di TRATTATI di 32 autori raccolti ed emendati da ZILETTI famoso giureconsulto veneto: de accusationibus, de crimine laese maiestatis, de persecutionibus, Giov. Franc. PONZIO da Parma: de LAMIIS (= STREGHE, 39 fitte colonne, in cui saggiamente nega il sabba diabolico), Paolo GHIRLANDO, de SORTILEGIIS (118 colonne), de HAERETICIS eorumque POENIS (4 trattati, 204 colonne), de fuga, de carceribus, de indiciis et TORTURA, de quaestionibus et tormentis (116 col.), de BA … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Le Colonne [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2020-04-18 22:01:06
109084 PROCESSIONARIUM SECUNDUM MOREM almi ordinis Praedicatorum Sanctissimi Patr 1563 PROCESSIONARIUM SECUNDUM MOREM almi ordinis Praedicatorum Sanctissimi Patri Dominici: novissimè recognitum juxta primum exemplar Magistri Umberti, cum multis in eo decenter additis per qumdam Fratrem dicti ordinis coenobii D. Stephani Salmanticensis. Salmanticae, excudebat Mathias Gastius, 1563. Petit in-4. 4ff. 143ff. chiffrés. Plein vélin postérieur, titre inscrit à l'encre sur le dos. Rarissime processional dominicain illustré et soigneusement imprimé en rouge et noir pour l'usage du couvent San Esteban de Salamanca, où avait éclos le fameux courant philosophique et théologique auquel la ville a donné son nom ("Ecole de Salamanque").Les processionnals sont des livres liturgiques contenant les paroles et la musique des chants qui accompagnaient les processions religieuses: essentiellement des répons, des antiennes et des hymnes. Il s'agit habituellement d'ouvrages manuscrits mais c'est principalement en Espagne, pays fortement attaché à la tradition des processions, que se développa au 16e siècle une intense activité éditoriale autour des processionnals.Ce volume est extrêmement rare, comme tous les livres de musique liturgique espagnols de cette époque. "The early service books of the regular monastic orders are seldom met with, perfect or otherwise, particularly those of Dominican use. Even the British Museum, according to the printed catalogue, only possesses four examples printed before 1550, none of them printed in Spain, which the well known rarity of most early Spanish books prob … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2020-04-17 20:58:08
Lactantius
Basel: Petri, 1563. L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani Opera, quae quidem extant omnia : uidelicet Institutionum diuinarum lib. VII -- De ira Dei lib. I -- De opificio Dei lib. I -- Epitome librorum D. Institutionum -- Phoenix -- Carmen de dominica resurrectione. Accesserunt Xysti Betuleii Augustani pia ac erudita commentaria, nunc primum in lucem edita. Basileae : Per Henricum Petri, M.D. LXIII [1563]. Rare post incunable folio of the known works of North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240-320), whom converted to Christianity prior to 303, before settling in Trier to tutor Constantine's son Crispus. Deemed the "Christian Cicero" by Renaissance scholars, Lactantius is better known for his elegant writing style than for his knowledge of Scripture, yet of his works only those concerning Christianity survive, including, in the present copy, his earliest treatise, De opificio dei (303/304); the Institutiones in seven books, which was the first systematic description of Christianity in Latin (completed 313); the Epitome divinarum institutionum, which synthesizes the Institutions; the supplement De ira dei; the Phoenix poem; and the Carmen de dominica resurrectione. This is a translation with commentary by Sixt (or Sixtus) Birck, as Xystus Betuleius (February 24, 1501 - June 19, 1554), a German humanist of Augsburg, "a notable German scholar of the New Learning". At the end of his schooling in Augsburg the Protestant Reformation began. Bound in beautifully restored and rebacked period leather boards, the spine expertly applied with 4 thick raused bands and dual gilt red and black le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ElevenElevenBooks Inc (mantosilver) [Spencerport, New York, US]
2020-04-09 07:44:12
Catholic Church, Erasmus, Desiderius [translator]
Published in Officina Froschouiana, 1563. Condition: Tear to top and tail of spine, rubbing and marking to boards, missing first 4 leaves including title page and last 4 leaves, last leaf is detached and torn, top edge of first leaf of Matthew trimmed, text block detached from binding, marks to some pages including damp stains to lower edge of some early pages and top corners of some later pages, fair condition. Latin version of Erasmus's new translation of the Bible, [4], 320, [16] leaves, woodcuts in text throughout, "Argumenta Capitvm [Capitum] in Omnes Novi Testamenti libros" to rear in elegiac verse.
Bookseller: Keogh's Books [United Kingdom]
2020-04-04 20:35:12
More, Thomas, Saint (1478-1535)
Basel, 1563. An Excellent CopyOctavo:17 x 10.1 cm.[16] ff. 530 pp. [23] ff. Collation: alpha-beta 8, a-z8, A-N8FIRST COLLECTED EDITION.With the woodcut illustration of the island of Utopia. A truly excellent copy, fresh and bright in its original limp vellum binding.First edition of the collected Latin works of Sir Thomas More, of which the most important is the ÒUtopiaÓ illustrated with a full-page woodcut map.Among the letters published here for the first time is the famous one to Martin Dorpius in which More defends Erasmus' translation of the New Testament from the Greek, rather than the accepted Latin, thus clearly siding with the enlightened "new learning". It also contains a letter from Erasmus to Hutten which contains details of More's physical appearance."Utopia" begins with More's encounter with Raphael Hythloday (whose name means Ôteller of tall talesÕ), a traveller who has just returned from voyages with Amerigo Vespucci. Hythloday tells More of a distant island called Utopia, where all property is held in common ownership, where six hours a day are devoted to work and the rest to recreation, where gold and silver are used not as currency but as the material for making shackles and chamber pots, and slaves (criminals and prisoners of war) are treated fairly. In its geography and topography, the island bears a striking resemblance to England.Provenance: Andrew Fletcher of Saltoun (1653?-1716), with his signature on lower inside cover, possibly also his monogram on title-page? According to Willems this book is listed in the definitive catalogue, Saltoun-papers MS. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Liber Antiquus Early Books & Manuscripts [Chevy Chase, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-04-02 15:16:30
WEIDNER, Paul.
Vienna, Michael Zimmermann, 1563. 4to, ff. [112], text in Latin, German and Hebrew, with a large woodcut portrait of the author on verso of title, signed 'D H' in monogram; foliation and a few marginal notes in a contemporary hand; marginal worm-track in a few leaves, not affecting text, but a very good copy in modern boards.First edition; very rare. A collection of Hebrew proverbs 'very useful for the regulation of life', with accompanying translation and commentary in Latin and German.Paul Weidner (c. 1525–1585), was born in Udine, Italy, as Asher Judah b. Nathan Ashkenazi (the physician and diplomat Solomon Ashkenazi was his brother). 'He studied medicine at Padua and was invited by the estates of Carinthia to practice there, in a province where Jews were not allowed to reside. After a period of spiritual struggle he embraced Christianity in Vienna in 1558. His first book, Loca praecipua fidei christianae (1559), was an attempt to persuade the Jews of the truth of Christianity; the work showed his mastery of Hebrew and Christian sources. Weidner enjoyed the substantial patronage of the Austrian emperors, whom he served as physician. On March 13, 1560, Ferdinand I, after repeatedly postponing the expulsion of Bohemian Jewry, ordered all its Hebrew books to be brought to Vienna; they were checked by Weidner, who found no fault in them and had them returned. A year later the Jews of Prague were forced to listen to a series of conversionary sermons preached by him. Weidner's last published work was Sententiae Hebraicae (1563), a collection of proverbs, mainly from Pirkei Avo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bernard Quaritch Ltd ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2020-03-30 02:16:09
AESOP.
Rare Latin edition of Aesops fables with 187 woodcut illustrations, based on the first illustrated edition of the "Aesopus Dorpii" to be published in Italy, by Dominicus Nicolinus at Venice in 1563 (Bodemann 31.3; Thoen 135). This Latin prose collection of fables compiled by Martinus Dorpius (1485-1525), a humanist teaching in Louvain, was first published in 1509 at Antwerp without illustrations. The Dorpius compilation proved very important for the diffusion of Aesop as a school textbook during the following centuries and went through at least two hundred editions to the mid-19th century, mostly in small formats.With "Aesopi" written in ink on the foot edge. Rebound with modern endpapers; binding soiled and slightly worn. With a small hole in the margin running through the first half of the book. A good copy.EDIT16 CNCE 407 (1 copy); ICCU (same copy); USTC 807915 (same copy); WorldCat (3 copies); cf. Bodemann 31.1-3 (1556 Lyons, 1561 Paris & 1563 Venice eds.); Fabula docet ; Paul Thoen, "Aesopus Dorpii, essai sur lEsope Latin des temps modernes", in: Humanistica Lovaniensia, 19 (1970), pp. 241-289, nos. 112, 118, 131, 135 ("ca. 1550" [recté post 1634?] Venice, 1554 Lyons, 1561 Paris & 1563 Venice eds.).
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2020-03-25 15:34:37
BIBLE IN LATIN]; CATHOLIC BIBLE
Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin. & Gulielmum Desboys. & Sebastianum Nivellium, 1563. Handsomely Illustrated and Well Preserved Latin Catholic Bible In the Original Blindstamped Pigskin over Wooden Boards with Brass Clasps [BIBLE IN LATIN]. Biblia Sacra Veteris & Novi Testamenti Iuxta Vulgatam, quam Dicunt, Editionem: Ioannis Benedicti Parisiensis Theologi industria accuratè recognita & emendata, Annorumq[ue] à Mundo condito ad Christum vsque natum supputatione illustrata: . Ex ultima editione, eáque omnium castigatissima, nempe ad fontes deintegro collata: & præterea Schematibus etiam quibusdam pulcherrimis oportunis locis ornata. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin. & Gulielmum Desboys. & Sebastianum Nivellium, 1563. Large folio (14 x 9 3/4 inches; 355 x 248 mm.). [16], 508, 392, 235, [1, blank], [71], [1, blank], [39], [1 blank] pp. Woodcut printer's device on title-page of Guillaume Merlin (Renouard no. 763). Old Testament illustrated with fine woodcuts (some full-page) of mostly architecture and monuments including the tabernacle, temple, Ark of the Covenant, golden minorah, view of heaven and earth, etc.; three sizes of decorative woodcut initials. Contemporary owner's name clipped from outer blank margin of title-page; one full-page woodcut top margin trimmed close; some minor light spotting along inner blank margins at beginning of volume. Overall a very nice copy. Contemporary blind tooled alum tawed pigskin over beveled wooden boards with two brass clasps. A remarkable and near fine example in its original sixteenth century binding. Contents: Old Testament; Psalms; New Testa … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [Calabasas, CA, U.S.A.]
2020-03-25 11:01:04
1563. AA.VV. N- Officium Hebdomade Sancte, secundum consuetudinem Sancte Romane Ecclesie. A Dominica Palmarum sive Olivarum, usque ad tertium die Pasche, cum quibusdam novis orationibus ante communiones et post, nuper adiectis - 1563. Venetiis impressum, in officina heredum Luceantonii Juncte (da colophon). Piena pergamena rigida moderna con titoli manoscritti in caratteri gotici al dorso; 24°, cm 14,7; cc. 155 (1); frontespizio un po' sciupato, nel complesso più che buon esemplare. Frontespizio in rosso e nero con marca tipografica dei Giunta xilografata in basso e vignetta xilografata con Gesù Cristo che entra a Gerusalemme su un'asina, bella xilografia a piena pagina al controfrontespizio raffigurante Cristo sulla croce, tutto il testo in rosso e nero con capilettera (anche parlanti) e 23 vignette xilografate. Ex-libris Renzo e Mirella Comastri alla pagina di guardia anteriore
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-03-18 00:03:06
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Venetia: Aldus Manutio, 1563. Very nice 1562 Venitian Latin edition of Cicero: CICERONIS ORATIONUM PARS I ~ ALDINE PRESS ~ in Latin ~ Venitia ~ 1562 ~ Size: 6 1/8 inches x 4 1/8 inches x 1 3/4 inches (15 1/2 cm x 10 1/2 cm x 4 1/2 cm) Handsomely rebound in three quarter leather binding with marbled boards estimated around 1850/1860s with raised bands on spine, decoratie work on front and rear cover and gilded titles. Same marbled paper used on restored endpapers. Small holes to title page lightly retouched. Pages generally clean with light foxing and billowing and small amount of very old squiqqly ink marks to some margins (sample pictured). Some ink notes to title page. Binding strong with barest hints of separation at hinges and finely done. Lightly rubbing to corners and bands. Light reddining to outer page edge. Title in latin in ink to lower page edge -- pictured. Please see photos; message with any questions. Ships swiftly FREE MEDIA MAIL, packed with care. Expedited & Express shipping available.
Bookseller: Bellowsome Books (mandinee1) [Hope, Maine, US]
2020-03-15 13:49:07
Marcus Tullius Cicero
Venetia: Aldus Manutio, 1563. Very nice 1562 Venitian Latin edition of Cicero: CICERONIS ORATIONUM PARS I ~ ALDINE PRESS ~ in Latin ~ Venitia ~ 1562 ~ Size: 6 1/8 inches x 4 1/8 inches x 1 3/4 inches (15 1/2 cm x 10 1/2 cm x 4 1/2 cm) Handsomely rebound in three quarter leather binding with marbled boards estimated around 1850/1860s with raised bands on spine, decoratie work on front and rear cover and gilded titles. Same marbled paper used on restored endpapers. Small holes to title page lightly retouched. Pages generally clean with light foxing and billowing and small amount of very old squiqqly ink marks to some margins (sample pictured). Some ink notes to title page. Binding strong with barest hints of separation at hinges and finely done. Lightly rubbing to corners and bands. Light reddining to outer page edge. Title in latin in ink to lower page edge -- pictured. Please see photos; message with any questions. Ships swiftly FREE MEDIA MAIL, packed with care. Expedited & Express shipping available.
Bookseller: Bellowsome Books (mandinee1) [Hope, Maine, US]
2020-03-02 22:22:03
Charles IX
Parchemin Charles IX Charte du 21 septembre 1563 avec sceaux de cire brune Charles IX Charte en son nom, Paris, 21 septembre 1563, vélin oblong (format ; 15,5 x 48 cm), avec 2 sceaux de cire brune aux armes fleurdelysées. La Charte fait connaitre aux baillis de Sens, Auxerre et Montargis, ou leurs lieutenants généraux, une requête du Comte Nicolas d ANJOU qui a reçu des lettres royales et que le Roi renouvelle. Document encadré avec soin Bon état Le règne de Charles IX est marqué par les guerres de religion et la régence de Catherine de Médicis. L année 1563 est importante pour le Roi : une première paix par le Traité d Amboise est instaurée en février tandis que le Roi est déclaré majeur le 19 août à l âge de 13 ans. Envoi par collissimo [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy]
Bookseller: EPISTOLE [Paris, France]
2020-03-02 02:16:07
Lyon: Guillaume Rouillé, 1563. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. Biblia sacra, ex postremis doctorum vigilis, ad Hebraicam veritate[m], & probatiss[imum] exemplariu[m] fidem, cum Hebraicorum nominum interpretatione. BIBLE LATINE] Published by Lyon, Guillaume Rouillé, 1563.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2020-02-21 07:57:52
[BIBLE IN LATIN]; CATHOLIC BIBLE
Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin... & Gulielmum Desboys... & Sebastianum Nivellium, 1563. Handsomely Illustrated and Well Preserved Latin Catholic Bible In the Original Blindstamped Pigskin over Wooden Boards with Brass Clasps [BIBLE IN LATIN]. Biblia Sacra Veteris & Novi Testamenti Iuxta Vulgatam, quam Dicunt, Editionem: Ioannis Benedicti Parisiensis Theologi industria accuratè recognita & emendata, Annorumq[ue] à Mundo condito ad Christum vsque natum supputatione illustrata: ... Ex ultima editione, eáque omnium castigatissima, nempe ad fontes deintegro collata: & præterea Schematibus etiam quibusdam pulcherrimis oportunis locis ornata. Paris: Apud Gulielmum Merlin... & Gulielmum Desboys... & Sebastianum Nivellium, 1563.Large folio (14 x 9 3/4 inches; 355 x 248 mm.). [16], 508, 392, 235, [1, blank], [71], [1, blank], [39], [1 blank] pp.Woodcut printer's device on title-page of Guillaume Merlin (Renouard no. 763). Old Testament illustrated with fine woodcuts (some full-page) of mostly architecture and monuments including the tabernacle, temple, Ark of the Covenant, golden minorah, view of heaven and earth, etc.; three sizes of decorative woodcut initials. Contemporary owner's name clipped from outer blank margin of title-page; one full-page woodcut top margin trimmed close; some minor light spotting along inner blank margins at beginning of volume. Overall a very nice copy.Contemporary blind tooled alum tawed pigskin over beveled wooden boards with two brass clasps.A remarkable and near fine example in its original sixteenth century binding. Conten … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: David Brass Rare Books, Inc. [United States]
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2020-02-21 01:05:44
1563. Caspar Schwenckfeldt Reformation Der erste Theil der christlichen Bücher... Hauptwerk des Reformators und Mystikers, der gegen Luther eine eigene Abendmallsehre und Gemeindeordnung (mit weiblichen Gemeindevorstehern!) entwickelte. Sehr schöner ganzseitiger Titelholzschnitt, der die Lehre Schwenckfelds zusammenfasst. Auf eine Ortsangabe hat man beim Druck wohlweislich verzichtet; die Schwenckfeldianer wurden verfolgt. Schöner blindgeprägter Schweinsledereinband, beschabt und bestossen mit leichten Fehlstellen, fehlend: 18 Blatt zu Beginn, sonst vollständig. Überaus selten, derzeit kein Exemplar im freien Verkauf! Please ask for an English description! Das Buch ist frei von Rechten Dritter und in meinem Eigentum. Es wurde mit dem Lost Art Register abgeglichen! Kontaktieren Sie uns über unsere Fachseite bibeldrucke Austria und erhalten Sie genaue Informationen zu allen unseren Bibeln und Drucken! Dear customer! As I am collecting bibles for ages I am interested to give clear descriptions. If you need more photos or information on the bibles don't hesitate to ask. As a private seller I can't send an invoice beyond the eBay invoices. However, there is always the chance to give back the item within 14 days if you don't like your bible. Shipping to Austria or Germany is 7 EUR, for EU countries it is 18 Euros. Please ask me for other countries. TRIXUM: Mobil-optimierte Auktionsvorlagen und Bilder-Hosting.
Bookseller: ike2012 [Ried im Innkreis, AT]
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