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        Ein newe und schöne Art der vollkommenen Visierkunst: derengleichen hiebevor niemaln in keiner Spraach gesehen worden ...Frankfurt am Main, printed by Palthenius for Jonas Rosa, 1603. 4to. With numerous tables and several woodcut diagrams and figures in text. Modern overlapping vellum.

      Honeyman 321; Poggendorff I, p. 183; VD 17, 547:658949Q; BLC German B-959 (Latin edition): for the author: NDB II, p. 204. First German edition of an important treatise on solid geometry by the Frankfurt physician and mathematician Johann Hartmann Beyer (1563-1625). The work 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 (wrongly) believed to be the inventor of the decimal fraction. He corresponded with Ludolf van Ceulen and Johannes Kepler, who referred to Beyer in his Nova stereometria (1615). A Latin edition was publised in the same year as Stereometriae inanium nova et facilis ratio. Owner's inscription on title-page, dated "1625" and partly erased, browned throughout, otherwise in very good condition.

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        Bürgerliche Baukunst nach den Grundregeln der fünf Säulenordnung (sic) mit nöthigen Anmerkungen vermehrt von Johann Rudolph Fäsch. Nürnberg, Schneider und Weigel, o. J. ( 1795). 4°. 3Bll. 18S. mit 50 gef. Kupfertafeln.- Angeb.: Fäsch Johann Rudolph, Nachtrag zu J. B. v. Vignola fünf Säulenordnung. Nürnberg, Schneider u. Weigel 1795. 7S. mit 30 gef. Kupfertafeln, Hldr. d. Zt. mit Rsch. u. Rvg.

      - Kat. d. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 2589 - Univ. Cat. of Books on Art II, 2063 - vgl. Fowler 374.- Klassische Schrift über die fünf Säulenordnungen (E.A. v. 1563: "Regola delli cinque ordini d'architettura"), in der er sein Konzept einer strengen Gliederung von Fassade und Baukörper theoretisch begründet; erlebte zahlreiche Auflagen.- Tls. etw. gebräunt od. stockfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben u. bestoßen, insges. ordentlich.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Practica der Wundartzney. Darinnen allerley schädliche Mißbräuche, welche bißher von unerfahrnen, ungeschickten Wundärtzten in gemeinem schwang gangen seynd, außführlichen angedeutet, und umb vieler erheblichen Ursachen willen abgeschafft werden, . vom neuen übersehen, und mit vieler Schäden Cur vermehret durch Rudolph Würtzen, Wundarzt in Straßburg. Stettin, J. Mamphrasen 1649. 8°. 8Bll. 730S. 19Bll., Prgt. d. Zt.

      - Hirsch VI, 335 - vgl. Garrison-M. 5563 (EA v. 1563) - Waller 10414 u. Krivatsy 13077 (beide nur Ausg. 1659).- 7., mit ?Ein schönes und nutzliches Kinderbüchlein? (S.674-730) erweiterte Ausgabe des erstmals 1563 in Basel erschienen Werkes (seit 1616 mit Kinderbüchlein).- Würtz (1514 - 1574 od.75) ?nimmt in der Geschichte der deutschen Chirurgie einen ehrenvollen Platz, hauptsächlich wegen seiner, leider unvollendet gebliebenen, Epochemachenden Schrift ein, die er auf den Rath Gesner`s erst nach 37jähr. Thätigkeit herauszugeben sich entschlos. Betitel ist diese Schrift: Practica der Wundarzney.(Hirsch). Im Kinderbuch werden einige Kinderkrankheiten sowie orthopädische Maßnahmen zum ersten Mal näher beschrieben. ?This has been traditionally considered the first work on paediatric surgery? (Gerison-M. 6357.50).- Durchgehend gebräunt, Ebd. fleckig, Rückengelenk wenig eingerissen.

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        Divitum Miseria Sors.

      . Komplette Folge von 6 Blatt Kupferstichen, 1563, von Philipp Galle, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Narrenkappe. Je ca. 17,3:23,4 cm. Literatur : Hollstein (nach Heemskerck) 347-352 ; Hollstein (Ph. Galle) 395-400. - Durchgehend brillante, breitrandige Drucke mit etwas Plattenton. Mit Nummern und der Adresse von Joannes Galle. - Blatt 2-5 mit restaurierten Wasserschäden in den Unterrändern. Sämtlich mit geglätteten senkrechten Mittelfalten, teilweise in den breiten Rändern leicht fleckig..

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        Delle guerre civili dei romani tradotto da M.Alessandro Braccio secretario fiorentino.

      appresso Domenico & Gio. Battista Guerra fratelli, in Venetia 1563 - Legatura antica in piena pergamena. Mancanza del margine inferiore del frontis. restaurata e integrata con la scritta di antica mano con licentia de Superiori . Assente la carta di guardia libera finale.Leggera ondulazione della carta ma, nel complesso, buon esemplare. Graesse I, 169. 8vo, 32 cc.nn., 308 cc.

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        Missae episcopales pro sacris ordinibus conferendis:

      Venice: Giunta (colophon: in officina haeredum Lucaeantonii Iunctae), 1563 Venice: Giunta (colophon: in officina haeredum Lucaeantonii Iunctae), 1563. Leather. Very Good/In the 1560s, the brothers Tommaso and Giovan Maria Giunta were trying to recover financially from the fire that destroyed their Venice workshop in 1557. Taking few chances, they relied through the decade primarily on psalters, graduals, missals, breviaries, and antiphonaries. Designing these religious texts, the brothers expanded on the model of the missal their father, Lucantonio Giunta, published in 1501. Like the earlier missal, the mass for the ordination of bishops offered here channels the look of a medieval manuscript, with its double-column text printed in a rounded variation on Gothic type, red-inked type in place of rubrication, historiated and foliated initials, floral patterns, and impressive woodcut illustrations. This medieval disguise, however, cannot hide certain Renaissance or Humanist elements that creep in, such as the graceful Roman type in the running heads throughout, and the sophisticated Venetian Renaissance woodcut renditions of the Annunciation, the Crucifixion, and the Deposition.A handsome and energetic volume.. Folio (38 cm); [2], 152, 12 leaves. Text in two columns, printed in red and black ink.Printer's device in red on title page (Camerini, I, 143, third variant). About 99 woodcut illustrations in text (some repeated), including full-page crucifixion, repeated seven times, and 10-panel historiated woodcut border to facing page, also repeated seven times. Rotunda, roman, and italic type. Music with notes in black on red staves. Bound in paneled calf, roughly contemporary, ruled in gilt with gilt fleurs-de-lis at corners. Binding worn with signs of old repairs. Text toned on some leaves, but remarkably fresh and free of blemishes overall. References: Mortimer, Italian, 304; Amiet, Repertorium, 2:101; Camerini, 673; RELICS, 2859.

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        [Opera, quae in hunc usque diem extare comperta sunt, omnia] D. Clementis D. Petri apostolorum principis discipuli, Romani pontificis, Opera, quae in hunc usque diem extare comperta sunt, omnia ... Rufino Torano Aquileiensi [Rufinus Aquileiensis] interprete. Et Canones Apostolorum, ab eodem D. Clemente conscripti, et in unum congesti, exaeditione veteri, et interpretatione Gregorij Haloandri [Haloander, Gregor]. Insuper selectißimae vetustiß. Praesulum ... epistolae, ad fidem veterum exemplarium ... restitutae. Adiecimus vero, eiusdem D. Clementis de rebus Gestis, peregrinationibus et praedicationibus B. Petri ... epitomen, iam pridem à Ioachimo Perionio [Péron, Joachim] Benedict. Cormoeriacen. Latinam factam, nunquàm huic volumini additam. Omnia argumentis et pereruditis annotatiunculis partim Ioan. Sichardi [Sichard, Johann], partim Lamberti Venradij [Venradius, Lambertus] recens illustrata

      K? Birckmann 1563. Köln, Birckmann 1563. 30 cm. (28), 431, (1 weiß) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel, Wappenholzschnitt auf Titelrückseite (jeweils in Kopie) und mehreren Holzschnitt-Initialen. Moderner Umschlag - VD16 C 4074 - Adams C-2115 - Adams mit Jahresangabe 1562. Dem Osnabrücker Bischof Johann IV. Graf von Hoya gewidmet. Die "Konstitutionen der hl. Apostel durch Klemens" fußen auf einer älteren Sammlung, umfassen in starker Überarbeitung die Didiskalia und sind im griechischen Urtext und mannigfachen Übersetzungen erhalten (Buchberger V, 1019). Erste und letzte Blatt teils stärker fleckig und Randschäden, stellenweise Feuchtigkeitsränder, Titel und S. 425/426 in Kopie. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        PARADOSSI CIOE' SENTENTIE FUORI DEL COMMUN PARERE NOVELLAMENTE VENUTE IN LUCE. OPERA NON MEN DOTTA CHE PIACEVOLE, ET IN DOE PARTI SEPARATA - CONFUTATIONE DEL LIBRO DE PARADOSSI NUOVAMENTE COMPOSTA ET IN TRE ORATIONI DISTINTA

      ANDREA ARRIVABENE VENEZIA 1563 Vol. in 16°, legatura piena pelle coeva con titolo manoscritto al dorso. PARADOSSI cc. 86 + 1 n.n. marca tipografica in xilografia %Pria che le labbra bagnerai la fronte"; CONFUTATIONE cc. 24. marca xilografica. Iniziali in xilografia. Antiche note manoscritte agli sguardi dei piatti. Copia molto buona.

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        Erzelung/ Wie der hochwichtige vnd langwirige Religionstryt Victorini in Thüringen/ endlich geschlichtet worden sy/ allen liebhabern der warheit/ sehr nutzlich zu lesen.

      (Regensburg, Heinrich Geißler), 1563.. 27 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 4°.. VD16 F 1384. - Streitschrift des aus Istrien stammenden Reformers Matthias Flacius (Matthias Flach, Matija Vlacic; 1520-1575) gegen den lutherischen Theologen Viktorin Strigel (1524-1569), der Professor und Rektor der Universität Jena war. Nach der Berufung 1557 von Matthias Flacius dorthin entspann sich ein Richtungsstreit zwischen den orthodoxen Gnesiolutheranern und den Philippisten, der eher vermittelnden Richtung der Anhänger Melanchthons. Nach Verhaftung und Suspendierung, die von Flacius initiiert wurde, aber nicht zu einer Verurteilung führte, ging Strigel 1562 als Professor an die Leipziger Universität. Flacius selbst wurde 1561 suspendiert und floh über Regensburg und Antwerpen nach Straßburg; vorliegende Schrift verfasste er im Regensburger Exil, in der noch einmal einen der Hauptstreitpunkte der beiden Richtungen aufgriff, den freien Willen des Menschen und die Bewertung der Erbsünde. - Tls. unaufgeschnitten und etwas fleckig. Gutes Exemplar!

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        Apologia Indictionis Concilii Tridentini factae a Pio Quarto Ponti: Max. adversus Ioannem Fabritium Montanum, authore.

      Ingolstadii, Per Alexandrum & Samuelem Vueyssenhornios Fratres Germanos, 1563. - 21x15 cm. 7 hojas, 76 folios. Tres letras capitales xilográficas con escenas. Holandesa media piel moderna. Obra desconocida a Palau, que sí recoge otras muchas de este autor. Gaspar Cardillo de Villalpando (Segovia 1527-Alcalá 1581), sabio teólogo dominico. Estuvo cerca del Papa, en el Concilio de Trento y fue uno de los oradores más estimados en él. Polemizó con los obispos de Alemania y Bohemia. El pontífice le nombró su teólogo (abril 1563) y como tal sostuvo en el concilio nueve polémicas contra Vergerio y Muntano (canónigo de Alcalá, afiliado a los protestantes), siendo la sostenida con este teólogo la que presentamos. Muy raro impreso. No en Palau. No en Patrimonio Bibliográfico Español. Un ejemplar en CCPB.

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        Chronicorum ab urbe condito ad hanc vsque nostram aetatem libri III; primum ab ipsum authore conscripti: deinde multis accessionibus doctorum virorum aucti: postremò tandem ad annun D. 1560, & veteribus & recentibus historiis Pontificu Rom atque Caesaru Regúmque insignium catalogis, & aliis nonnullis mirum in modum locupletati

      Parisiis: ex officina Puteana, 1563. Parisiis: ex officina Puteana, 1563. 16mo (11 cm; 4.25") [4] ff., 684 pp., [94] ff. Chronicles were a standard historical genre that enjoyed great readership in the 15th and especially the 16th century. Carion (1499–1537) was court astrologer to Elector Joachim I Nestor of Brandenburg: His chronicle, originally published in 1532 in German as a universal history, became a significant work in Protestant millenarian thought, most especially for Lutherans. Subsequent editions appeared in Latin and were seriously rewritten by Melanchthon, Caspar Peucer, Joachim Camerarius, and other Lutheran humanists who transformed it from a standard chronicle into a Reformation-influenced account of the Middle Ages. This edition is extended to ca. 1560 and consequently does treat of Luther, Mary Stuart, Henry VIII, and other post–Middle Ages personalities, but not of Columbus, or other New World–associated men or women. Provenance: Bookplate dated 1769 of Benoit Bieswal, "Advocat en Parlement" (i.e., Benoit Nicolas Louis Bieswal de Briarde 1725–90). Searches of NUC and WorldCat find => no U.S. holdings and only one copy in Canada. Index Aurel. 12252 (giving incorrect page count for last section). Late 18th-century French full calf, round spine without raised bands, spine gilt extra in particularly elegant fashion; boards tooled with a triple-fillet gilt border, all edges red. Top of front joint (outside) with small opening; inside, notably clean and fresh. => A very nice copy.

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        Oratio ad concilium, qua suadetur, ne matrimonia, quae contrahuntur a filiis familias sine consensu eorum in quorum sunt protestate, habeantur deinceps pro legitimis

      ex officina Stellae Iordani Zileti,, Venetiis, 1563 - Cm. 20, cc. 16. Marchio tip. al frontespizio e capolettera in xilografia. Leg. in cart. recente. Ben conservato. Gentien Hervet (1499-1584), teologo francese di grande fama, fu segretario del cardinale Cervino; proprio in tale veste intervenne al concilio di Trento pronunciando quest'orazione incentrata sulla santità del matrimonio che condizionò pesantemente le decisioni assembleari relative alle unioni clandestine. Le biografie menzionano inoltre che Hervet fu avversario di Theodore de Bèze al colloquio di Poissy del 1561 che, attraverso il pretesto della scelta dei vescovi da inviare al concilio, si proponeva di ricercare un accordo con i protestanti francesi. Raro ed importante. Cfr. Adams, H, 454; Borrelli, 177. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Oratio de victoria, qua Carolus IX. galliarum rex Francisci Lotharingi Guisae ducis, necton et annae Monmorencii equitum magisteri auspiciis rebelles causam religionis praetexentes ingenti clade superavit. Habita est Tridenti in publico patrum qui ad concilium oecomenicum convenerunt consessu. Quartu idus Ianuarii M.D.LXIII

      apud Damianum Turlinum, ad istantiam Io. Baptistae Bozolae,, Brixiae, 1563 - Cm. 18,5, pp. (20). Marchio tip. e capolettera xilografici. Leg. in cart. recente. Ben conservato. Interessantissima orazione di François Beaucaire de Peguillon (1514-1591) dedicata alla battaglia di Dreux del 1562 fra cattolici e protestanti, conclusasi con la vittoria dei primi guidati da Montmorency e da Condé. L'A. inoltre sostenne con forza che il vescovo riceve l'autorità direttamente da Dio, negando di fatto il ruolo di mero delegato del papa. Raro. Cfr. Censimento, II, 855; Borrelli, 110. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Delle Navigationi et Viaggi.

      Venice: Giunta 1563 - Venice: Giunta, 1563-59-65. 3 vol. folio (320 x 225 mm). Woodcut device on titles. 3 double-page woodcut maps in vol. I and 6 folding maps in vol. III. (Vol. I with wormtracks in approximately 40 leaves at the beginning and affecting maps (wormholes in the maps filled); vol. II with title and 1.8 repaired and mounted on guards, waterstaining in 1.4-7, marginal browning to last 30 leaves; occasional staining, browning, worming and spotting in all 3 vols). Vols I and III in contemporary limp vellum, spines lettered in manuscript (ties lacking, front hinges broken, extremities rubbed and lightly soiled); vol. II in contemporary stiff vellum, not uniform with the other volumes, spine lettered in manuscript, mottled edges (new endpapers, small stain at head of spine and upper cover, extremities lightly rubbed). Sabin (America) 67732, 67739, 67740; Church 99; Hill (Pacific Voyages), 1418, 1420, 1421; Adams R136; Borba de Moraes II: 698-699; Brunet IV, 1100-1101 Mixed set (as almost always): Third edition of vol.I, first edition of vol.II and second edition of vol.III. This collection of voyages was compiled by Giovanni Battista Ramusio (Venice, 1485-1557). The three volumes he left form the most highly valued collection of voyages of the sixteenth century. It is composed of accounts of voyages which had already been published, translated from the French, Spanish and Latin, and also of manuscript accounts which appear here for the first time. All authors are unanimous in their praise of Ramusio's choice of published narratives. Locke, the English philosopher, states that it is "the most perfect work that nature in any language." Harisse writes, "The publication of Ramusio Raccolta may be said to open an era in the literary history of Voyage and Navigation. Instead of accounts carelessly copied and translated from previous collections, perpetuating errors and anachronisms, we find in this valuable work, original narratives which betray the hand of a scholar of great critical acumen. Not should we forget that we are indebted to Ramusio for the preservation of accounts of voyages of the utmost importance to the student of American history; and did his work contain only the 'Relatione d'un gentilhuomo del Sig. Fernando Cortese,' and the first voyage of Jacques Cartier to Canada, the two capital relations would entitle the Raccolta to a prominant place in any American library." The first volume also contains the account of Cabral's voyage in 1500, first published by Montalboddo in 1507. Ramusio's collection of voyages enjoyed great succes, and each volume appeared in several editions, some containing more narratives than others, and with small differences in the maps. (Borba de Moraes) "This is one of the earliest and most important collections of voyages and travels, and may be said to have opened a new area in the literary history of voyages and navigation" (Hill) This work contains maps of great significance, including those of Brazil, Canada, New England, Africa, Asia and Japan. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Chronica. Vom ursprung, herkommen, und zunemen der Francken.

      Frankfurt, Feyerabend, 1563.. Erstlich durch Jacob Schenck verteutscht, jetzund ... übersehen, gebessert, und mit Argumenten gemehret. Mit Titelvignette, Druckermarke am Schluss, 8 Blatt, 172 nummerierte Blatt, 2 Blatt, rot eingefärbter flexibler Pergamenteinband der Zeit, 16,5 x 10 cm,. Einband etwas berieben, innen leicht gebräunt, Vorsatz mit handschriftlichem Namen. Deutsche Übersetzung von Trithemius Werk "De origine gentis Francorum compendium" (1514) über das Herkommen und die Geschichte der Franken. Johannes Trithemius (1462 bis 1516) "gilt als eine der vielseitigsten und bedeutendsten deutschen Gelehrtenpersönlichkeiten seiner Zeit". VD 16, T 1976.

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        Elegantiarum Latinae linguae libri sex. Eiusdem De reciprocatione sui, et suus, libellus.Annotationes autem doctorum hominum, quae praeter rem antea resecatae fuerant, iterum suum in locum in studiosorum omnium utilitatem restituimus. Index rerum, et uerborum

      apud Ioan. Gryphium 1563 [Classici](cm. 15.7) Piena pergamena originale, titolo ms. al dorso. -pp. 624 (ultima erroneamente segnata 924) + 40 n.n. con l'index. Al frontis Grifone che regge con l'artiglio una pietra alla quale è incatenato un globo alato (U3). Testo corsivo, alcuni capilettera figurati. La dedicatoria all'inizio è indirizzata a Giovanni Tortelli di Arezzo (Tortellio Aretino). Antica nota manoscritta alla prima carta bianca. Prime 4 carte interessate da minuscolo forellino a scomparsa. Alcune carte sono interessate da una lieve gora, ma testo assolutamente leggibile e completo. Legatura leggermente allentata nella parte dell'index in fine. Complessivamente buon esemplare. [n3] Libro

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        Tractatus Foecundus, et Perutilis de Praescriptionibus.

      1563. Balbo, Giovanni Francesco [f. 1510-1518]. [Henricus, de Segusio, Cardinal (Hostiensis) (c. 1200-1271)]. Tractatus Foecundus, et Perutilis de Praescriptionibus: Editus per clarissimum Iurisconsultum do. Ioannem Franciscum Balbum Taurinensem. Cui Accedit Repetitio Singularis l. Celsus ff. de Usucap. Cum Multis Additionibus & Apostillis, Una cum Dictis Hostien. In Summa de Praescrip. & Usucap. & Cum Summariis & Repertorio Nuper Additis. Venice: [Apud Cominum de Tridino], 1563. [32], 300 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later quarter calf over marbled boards with vellum corners, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to extremities. Large woodcut printed device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Early owner signature to foot of title page. A few minor smudges and some dampspotting to preliminaries and index leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Later edition of a work first published in 1511. Tractatus Foecundus is concerned with the Roman law of prescription, the principle whereby a right or liability is created or extinguished over a certain period of time, usually in regard to a property title. It also includes an edition of a short treatise on this subject by Henricus de Segusio. It was a popular work that went through several issues and editions, the last one in 1590. 3 copies located in North America, 1 of this edition (at the UT-Austin Ransom Library). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE 3947..

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        Chronicorum ab orbe condito ad hanc usque nostram aetatem libri III. Primum ab ipso authore conscripti, deinde multis accessionibus doctorum virorum aucti, postremo 1560 locupletati

      Paris 1563 'ex officina Puteana' (= Werkstatt von Jacques Dupuis) in 12mo (12,5 x 8,5 cm).. Einspalt. Druck mit Initialen. Einschl. Titel: 4 nnff, 684 pp, 94 nnff. Stark fleckig, vordere untere Ecke durchgehend modrig, anfangs - im weißen Rand - Papier- (jed. kein Text-) Verlust, 'ketzer. Stellen' - hier u. da - überklebt bzw durchgestr., Verfass.name 'geschwärzt' u. drübergeschr.: 'expurgatus'. Flex. zeitgenöss. Pgtbd m. 3 durchgez. Bünden u. in fine handschriftl. Exlibris auf 'Belisarius de Bulgarinis'. Nachdr. der in die lat. Sprache übersetzten Chronik (Carion schrieb in Deutsch), was dem Rektor u. Superintendenten Herm. Bonnus, Lübeck, zu verdanken ist. Das Werk beginnt - wie übl. - mit der bibl. Erschaffung der Welt, reiht weltl. u. kirchl. Ereignisse aneinander u. dazu die Mirakel (Kometen, Mißgeburten, Kriege ). So sind Fust u. Schöffer (!) 1450 die Erfinder d. Druckkunst (p 548) u. Columbus u. Vespucci (!) entdecken 1492 unbekanntes Land u. 1493 werden 120.000 Juden aus Spanien verjagt. Carion's Bericht endet um 1530; er widmet sein Werk 1531 dem Brandenb. Markgr. Joachim (I. Nestor, 1484/1499-1535, vgl. ADB XIV 71 ff - DBE V 329 - NDB X 434 f), dessen Sohn u. Nachfolger Kurfürst Joachim (II. Hector, 1505/35-71, vgl. ADB XIV 78 ff - DBE V 329 - NDB X 436) wie auch dessen Sohn Sigismund, der Erzbischof von Magdeburg u. Bischof v. Halberstadt (1538/52-66, vgl. ADB XXXIV 294 ff - DBE IX 324) über 25 Jahre später die von Philipp Melanchthon völlig neu geschriebene 'Carion-Chronik' 1558 per Widmung zugeignet erhält. Ab jetzt werden beide Chroniken - unter Carion's Namen - weiter verbreitet. Carion's eigenes opus, immer auf den neuesten Stand gebracht und in eine Vielzahl abendländischer Sprachen übersetzt, erlebt als 'Paukbuch' im 16. Jh. einen beispiellosen buchhändlerischen Erfolg. - Fortsetzung:.

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        Eigenh. Albumblatt.

      O. O. u. D.. 1 S. Qu.-12mo.. Ein Stehsatz radikalen Luthertums, vom Kardinal anscheinend ironisch zitiert, um den Extremismus des Gegners bloßzustellen: "Incipit hareticus fieri, qui scripta Lutheri / Carpit, et infernum, ni resipiscat, adit" ("Wer Luther angreift, hat die Schwelle zur Häresie überschritten und muß, so er nicht Abbitte leistet, zur Hölle fahren"). Der Straßburger protestantische Theologe und Hebraist Tobias Speccer (1563-1622) zitierte das Wort (etwas ausführlicher und leicht abgewandelt) in seinem Aufsatz "De vera Iesu Christi Ecclesia & Pontificia Romana opposita" (1617) innerhalb eines akademischen Jubiläumsbands zur Hundertjahrfeier der 95 Thesen. In diesem Kontext legt der Satz Zeugnis ab von der geradezu maßlosen Verehrung, die Luther noch über sieben Jahrzehnte nach seinem Tod unter seinen Jüngern genoß. - Kardinal Commendone hatte mehrere päpstliche Missionen an die Höfe protestantischer Fürsten absolviert. Die zahlreichen Briefe, die er während seiner Mission in Deutschland während der Jahre 1560/61 schrieb, als er die katholischen und protestantischen Stände zur Teilnahme am wiedereröffneten Konzil von Trient einlud, zeichnen ein lebhaftes Bild von der Situation der deutschen Kirchen jener Zeit. - Etwas wurmspurig. Hs. Echtheitsbestätigung des 18. Jhs. ("Autographum Cardinalis Commendone") in roter Tinte am Fußende des beschnittenen Blatts.

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        Jerusalem,"Alte Hauptstat der Jüden",Reißner, 1563, folio

      Jerusalem, ,bes.. Reißner (Reusner) Adam: "Ierusalem, Die Alte Haubtstat der Jüden, wie sie vor der zerstörung auff hohem Gebirg, mitten in der Welt ... war. 2 Tle. in 1 Bd. Frankfurt, (Georg Raben, S. Feyerabend und W. Hans Erben), 1563. Fol. Mit 77 Textholzschnitten meist von Virgil Solis und dem Monogrammisten "SHF" sowie 4 (inkl. 1 wdh.) doppelblattgr. Holzschnitt-Tafeln. 16 nn., CLXVIII num., 8 (letztes Bl. weiß), 6 nn., CCXXVII num., 12 nn. Bl. (das erste weiß). Blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 Metallschließen (fleckig, berieben und bestoßen, ein Schließenschloß fehlt, Gelenke angebrochen). Wohl erste deutsche Ausgabe. VD 16 R 1054. Tobler 209. Roehricht 708 (beide nennen, wohl irrtümlich, eine Ausgabe von 1555). Thieme-B. XXXI, 250. Beschreibung Jerusalems vor der Zerstörung. Die Holzschnitte von Virgil Solis sind z. Tl. aus der 1560 ebenfalls bei Feyerabend erschienenen Luther-Bibel übernommen. Die doppelt vorhandene Tafel mit einer Jerusalem-Ansicht (davon 1 im Bug tief eingerissen), die weiteren Tafeln mit einem Stammbaum und einer Karte von Palästina (im Bug durchgerissen, der lose Teil mit starken Randschäden). - Vorsätze mit Eintragungen und Federproben. Titel lose, mit Randschäden, Besitzvermerken und stärker fleckig. Etw. gebräunt und fleckig, zu Beginn mit Wurmspuren, tls. etw angeschmutzt. Probably first German edition. Description of Jerusalem before dhe destruction. Woodcuts by Virgil Solis partly taken from the Luther Bible also published in 1560 by Feyerabend. Plate with a view of Jerusalem in duplicate (one of them torn at quard), the other plates with a family tree and a map of Palestine (torn in two at quard, loose part with strong demages in margin). Endpapers with annotations and ink probes. Title loose, with marginal demages, ownership entries, stronger soiled. Somewhat browned and stained, at the beginning with worming, partly a little soiled. Contemporary blind pressed pigskin over wooden boards with 2 metal clasps (soiled, rubbed and scuffed, one clasp catch missing, joints bursted). A similar book was offered by Sothebys; please klick the below link..

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        OPERE MORALI DE MARCO TULLIO CICERONE

      Gabriel Giolito de Ferrari, Venice, Italy 1563 - First printing, first edition of Cicero's Moral Works published in Italian. Good only condition. 8vo, 6 1/4" x 3 1/4". Bound in vellum with the bottom inch of the spine gone. Pasted on floral paper covers. Italic printing enhanced by woodblock engraving with a hand colored Phoenix rising from flames at the book's rear. This last is associated with the publisher. Old stain along the bottom page edges. Moderate foxing and worm holes in the page blocks. Old inscription on the rear endpaper. Overall a solid copy of a very rare book. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Lettere del gran Mahumeto, imperadore de Turchi, scritte a diversi re, prencipi, signori, republiche, con le risposte loro; ridotte nella volgar lingva da m. Lodovico Dolce. Insieme con le lettere di Falaride tiranno degli agrigentini.

      Vinegia, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1563.. 16 x 10,7cm, zeitgen. flexibler Pergamentband, Druckermarke auf Titel, Titelseite alt hinterlegt mit Verlust einiger Buchstaben; 192 S.. Laudivius Zacchia (ca. 1435 - ? ) verfaßte 1473 seine "Epistolae magni Turci" mit den von ihm erdichteten Briefen des osmanischen Sultans Mehmed II. an zahlreiche Völker und Persönlichkeiten (ein Brief sogar an die Königin der Amazonen!); von der kleinen Schrift erschienen 21 Wiegendrucke und zahlreiche weitere Drucke nach 1500. Hintergrund für die erstaunlich weite Verbreitung des Büchleins dürfte die Furcht vor dem Bestreben des osmanischen Reiches gewesen sein, ganz Europa zu erobern. - Die hier vorliegende Übersetzung von Lodovico Dolce (1508-1568) ist die erste Übertragung ins Italienische (Babinger, Laudivius Zacchia, Erdichter der "Epistolae magni Turci", München 1960). - Die nachgebundenen "Briefe des Phalaris" sind Gegenstand intensiver wissenschaftlicher Auseinandersetzung gewesen; überzeugend hat Richard Bentley in seiner "Dissertation upon the epistles of Phalaris..." (1697, dt. Leipzig 1857) nachgewiesen, dass auch sie eine Fälschung sind. Den wirklichen Autor nennt er immer nur "den Sophisten" mit durchaus abwertender Konnotation. - Insgesamt sehr selten!

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        Rime et prose. (Rime; Il Galateo/ Oratione a Carlo V.; Trattato degli uffici communi).

      Venetia, (A.D.Farri), 1563.. 3 Tle. in 1 Bd. 12°. M. 2 wdh. Holzst. -Vign., 2 unn., 28 num., 2 unn., 60 (v. 61) numm., 2 ws., 23 num., 1 ws. Bll. Prgt.d. 18. Jhs.m. Mamorp.-Vors. (Tl. 1 ans Ende gebunden, Bl. 16 aus Tl.2 fehlt, alter Besitzverm. a. Tit.v. Tl.2; tlw. leicht gebräunt, f.d. Alter aber noch gut erhalten).. Adams C 807, vgl. Brunet I,1610 - Della Casa (1503 -56), Dichter u. päpstl. Nuntius, führte d. Inquisition in Venedig ein, stellte d. Index der verbotenen Bücher zusammen (Wilpert,Lex.d.Weltlit. 328).

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        Primo volume, & Terza editione delle Navigationi et Viaggi (...). La descrittione dell' Africa, & del paese del' Prete Ianni, con varij viaggi, dalla Citta di Lisbona, & dal Mar Rosso infino a Calicut, & all' isole Moluche, dove nascono le Spetiere, & la Navigatione attorno il Mondo. 3. Auflage. Nur Band 1 (von 3).

      Venetia (Venedig), Lucantonio Giunta, 1563.. Titel, 3 Bll., fol. 34, 394. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (wiederholt), einigen -Initialen, 5 Textholzschnitten, 5 Holzschnitt-Tafeln (Pläne) und 1 -Karte des Nils. Folio. Moderner flexibler Pergamentband auf 5 durchzogenen Bünden und mit Lederschnur-Schließen.. Leclerc 484 ("precieuse collection") bzw. 1234; Brunet IV, 1100f ("collection recherchee"); keine deutsche Ausgabe bekannt (vgl. Kainbacher). Die drei doppelblattgroßen Karten (manchmal in Kupfer, manchmal in Holzschnitten aus der Ausgabe von 1554) fehlen. "Some copies of this volume may have been issued without them, as they are often lacking. The New York Historical Society copy does not contain them, but they are loosely inserted in the Lenox copy, which is in the original binding and in fine condition. They (...) are lacking in the Harvard College copy, which contains the three woodcut maps of the edition of 1554 inserted in their place." Sabin No. 67732 (vol. 16, 395f). Die Bände 2 und 3 dieser dritten Ausgabe erschienen erst bis 1606. Erste und letzte Bll. mit Randläsuren (hinterlegt); braunfleckig und teils wasserrandig; 3 Bll. mit Randein- bzw. Ausrissen (kein Textverlust); alte Besitzvermerke auf Titelei, teils getilgt; Fol. 270 und 308 mit falscher Paginierung; 2 Lagen (Fol. 378-385) verbunden.

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        Der Erbarn Stadt Braunschweig Christliche Ordenung, zu dienst dem heiligen Evangelio, Christlicher lieb, zucht, friede und einigkeit, Auch darunter viel Christlicher lehre für die Bürger. Durch Johan. Bugenhagen, Pomer beschrieben M. D. XXXI. (1531).

      (Leipzig, Ernst Vögelin 1563).. 181 Blätter (Sign. AI-ZIV, aI-zIV), mit Titelvignette u. einigen Noten. Pappband aus dem frühen 19. Jahrhundert mit handschriftlichem Rückentitel. Alter Besitzvermerk auf Titelblatt, untere rechte Ecke des Titelblatts herausgeschnitten u. ersetzt, rechte obere restauriert (kein Textverlust). Blätter leicht gebräunt, wenig Ränder etwas braunfleckig. Einbandecken ein wenig bestoßen.. Zweite hochdeutsche Ausgabe - SW: Kirchenordnung, Reformation, Liturgie, Messordnung

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        VITAE VIRORVM ILLUSTRIVM. Autoribus Aemylio Probo de uita excellentium Imperatorum ... cum Annotationibus Hieronymi Magii Anglarensis ... Georgio Cassandro, de uiris illustribus qui ante Procam in Latio fuere. C. Plinio Secvndo de uiris illustribus cum Commentarijs Conradi Lycosthenis: Et Appendice Georgii Cassandri. C. Suetonio Tranqvillo de claris Grammaticis & Rhetoribus. Fr. Petrarcha de rebus memoradis (memorandis) & uiris illustribus. Lobardo Sirichio in supplemento epitomatis illustrium uirorum. Fl. Philostrato de Heroibus Troianis, Stephano Nigro: Ac de uitis Sophistaru, Antonio Bonfinio interpretibus. Svida, quotquot Imperatorum uitas descripsit, Hermanno Vvitekindo collectore. Accedente Rerum & verborum memorabiblium Indice copiosissimo.

      Basel, Henric Petri 1563.. 2°. Titelblatt, 13 nn. Bll. (Index), 695 S., mit e. Druckermarke in Holzschnitt am Titelblatt u. auf d. letzten Seite, Kopfleisten, Schlußvignetten u. großen u. kleinen Holzschnittinitialen. Pergamentband d. Zeit, mit Rückenbeschriftung v. alter Hand u. e. teilw. abgelösten Nummernschildchen (19./20. Jh.), fleckig, nachgedunkelt, mit einigen Wurmgängen, untere Ecke d. Vorderdeckels u. d. Anfangsblätter ausgerissen, Bindung gelockert, Schließbänder fehlen. Seiten sonst großt. nur unbedeutend vergilbt oder schwach stockfleckig, teilw. gebräunt bzw. etw. braunfleckig. Breitrandiger Druck. Mit e. Anmerkung v. alter Hand am vorderen fliegenden Vorsatzblatt, am Titelblatt mit Bleistift d. Jahreszahl 1563 notiert.. VD 16, 21,280,V1751. BM German Books,16 898. Adams 2,889 - Sammlung v. Biographien bedeutender Männer, zusammengestellt aus klassischen u. mittelalterlichen Autoren. Rarer Basler Druck d. 16. Jh aus der Werkstatt d. Heinrich Petri mit schönen Initialen v. Urs Graf.

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        De abusu linguae Graecae, in quibusdam vocibus quas Latina usurpat, admonitio Henrici Stephani.

      [Genf], Henri Estienne, 1563.. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Titelvignette. 2 nn. Bll., 107 S. - Angeb. - Sylburg, Friedrich. Alphabetum graecum; in quo de graecarum litterarum formis, nominibus, potestate, ac pronunciatione germana; tum & de numeralibus Graecorum notis, ex veterum monumentis disseritur. Frankfurt a. M., Andreas Wechel Erben, Claude de Marne u. Johann Aubry 1591. Titel m. Holzschn.-Vignette. 64 S., Pgmt. d. Zt. (Inkunabelblatt in Rot u. Schwarz) m. durchzogenen Bünden, überstehenden Kanten u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt.. Erstausgaben. - Ad 1) Auf den Pariser Humanisten Henri Estienne (eig. Henricus Stephanus; 1528 oder 1531-1598) gehen die Kapitelbezeichnungen vieler Klassiker der griechischen Antike zurück, wie etwa die erste Gesamtausgabe der Werke Platons. Er veröffentlichte 1572 das erste umfassende Wörterbuch der griechischen Sprache, den Thesaurus linguae Graecae. Nach seinem lateinischen Namen wird dessen heute noch verwendete Seitenzählung Stephanus-Paginierung genannt. - Ad 2) Friedrich Sylburg (1536-96) "gehört zu den bedeutendsten Kennern der griechischen Sprache und Litteratur, die das 16. Jahrhundert aufzuweisen hat" (ADB). Mit zahlr. Textstellen in unterschiedlichen griechischen Typen. - Einband min. berieben. Titelbll. gestempelt. Einige Bleistiftanstreichungen bzw. -marginalien. Kopfsteg m. abnehmendem Wasserrand, sonst nur min. gebräunt bzw. stockfleckig. - Ad 1) Adams S 1760; BM STC, French Books Suppl., 32; Buisson 265; Renouard 121. - Ad 2) VD 16, S 10345; BM STC, German Books, 845; nicht bei Adams.

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        OPERA DE L'ARTE DE METALLI PARTITA IN XII LIBRI. Ne quali si descrivano tutte le sorti, e qualità degli uffizii, degli strumenti, delle macchine, e di tutte l'altre cose attenenti a cotal arte... ma eziandio si mettano a luoghi loro le figure di dette cose, ritratte al naturale...

      per Hieronimo Frobenio et Nicolao Episcopio 1563 In-4 gr. (mm. 328x218), mz. pergam. settecentesca (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 6 cc.nn., 542 pp.num., 5 cc.nn., marca tipografica al frontespizio e al fine, con 2 tavv. f.t. di cui 1 ripieg.; il vol. è illustrato nel t. da centinaia di bellissime grandi figure sull'arte metallurgica: estrazione e lavorazione dei metalli, arnesi e macchinari relativi, figure e schemi geometrici. Le xilografie, di ottima fattura, sono state realizzate da Hans Rudolph Manuel Deutsch di Berna. Nell'opera: "Aggiugnesi il libro del medesimo autore, che tratta degl'animali di sottoterra, da lui stesso corretto & riveduto. Tradotti in lingua Toscana da Michelangelo Florio Fiorentino". E' questa l'opera più importante del medico filologo e metallurgista tedesco Georg Bauer (1494-1555), meglio noto sotto il nome latino di "Agricola". L'A., assieme all'italiano Biringuccio, può essere considerato il fondatore della mineralogia e della metallurgia moderna. "Prima edizione in italiano". Cfr. Choix de Olschki,VI,5740: "L'auteur de cet ouvrage renommé était le premier à donner un plein résumé des travaux et de l'exploitation des mines. Son livre rangeait pour longtemps comme le plus important et fondamental pour la minéralogie; les figures démontrant la machinerie et les procès de l'exploitation des mines sont fort intéressantes" - Gamba,1181 - Cat. British Library, p. 10 - Duveen, p. 4 che cita la I ediz. in latino del 1556. Con lievi uniformi arross. o lievi aloni o fiorit. ma certam. un buon esemplare marginoso. Antiche note ms. al margine esterno.

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        The Seconde Tome of Homilies, of Such Matters as Were promised and Intituled in the Former Part of Homylyes, Set Out By the Aucthoritie of the Queenes Majestie. And to be Read in Every Paryshe Churche Agreablye

      [Richard Jugge], [London] 1563 - [2], 166, 168-181, 183-252 [of 287], lacking the final 36 leaves, I5-8, K-N8. Early vellum over boards. Worn, with loss and splitting to spine, soiling to boards. Ink markings to endpapers. With loss to margins of title, encroaching on the woodcut border to recto and the final two lines of text to verso, with loss, other tears repaired, gutter margin reinforced. Tear to Ll2, partially repaired, without loss, marginal loss to Oo1. Some shaving to side-notes, occasional soiling and staining throughout. Marginal annotation in a contemporary hand to sermons 12-16, with some shaving. Likely edited by John Jewell, Bishop of Salisbury, and published in more than 10 issues and settings during the first year of appearance, the Second Tome of Homilies built upon the The Book of Homilies referred to in the 35th article of the Church of England and instigated at a convocation in 1542, in the reign of Henry VIII. Its first edition appeared 1547, early in the reign of Edward VI, and was agressively supressed alongside Edward's own prayer book during the reign of Queen Mary. One of the earliest acts of Queen Elizabeth ensured the republication of her father's Homilies and her brother's Prayer Book. This present copy is a sadly defective example of a significant relic of Elizabethan orthodoxy, intended with the first to impose some standardization on an often unpredictable and occasionally rebellious clergy, lacking the final three sermons of 20. STC 13666 or 13666.4 [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Primo volume, & Terza editione delle Navigationi et Viaggi (...). La descrittione dell' Africa, & del paese del' Prete Ianni, con varij viaggi, dalla Città di Lisbona, & dal Mar Rosso infino à Calicut, & all' isole Moluche, dove nascono le Spetiere, & la Navigatione attorno il Mondo. 3. Auflage. Nur Band 1 (von 3).

      Titel, 3 Bll., fol. 34, 394. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (wiederholt), einigen -Initialen, 5 Textholzschnitten, 5 Holzschnitt-Tafeln (Pläne) und 1 -Karte des Nils. Folio. Moderner flexibler Pergamentband auf 5 durchzogenen Bünden und mit Lederschnur-Schließen. Leclerc 484 ("précieuse collection") bzw. 1234; Brunet IV, 1100f ("collection recherchée"); keine deutsche Ausgabe bekannt (vgl. Kainbacher). Die drei doppelblattgroßen Karten (manchmal in Kupfer, manchmal in Holzschnitten aus der Ausgabe von 1554) fehlen. "Some copies of this volume may have been issued without them, as they are often lacking. The New York Historical Society copy does not contain them, but they are loosely inserted in the Lenox copy, which is in the original binding and in fine condition. They (...) are lacking in the Harvard College copy, which contains the three woodcut maps of the edition of 1554 inserted in their place." Sabin No. 67732 (vol. 16, 395f). Die Bände 2 und 3 dieser dritten Ausgabe erschienen erst bis 1606. Erste und letzte Bll. mit Randläsuren (hinterlegt); braunfleckig und teils wasserrandig; 3 Bll. mit Randein- bzw. Ausrissen (kein Textverlust); alte Besitzvermerke auf Titelei, teils getilgt; Fol. 270 und 308 mit falscher Paginierung; 2 Lagen (Fol. 378-385) verbunden.

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        Trattato dell'imbrigliare, maneggiare, e ferrare cavalli. Con alguni discorsi sopra la natura di cavalli, con disegni di briglie, maneggi, & di Cavalieri à cavallo, & de' ferri d'esso.

      Francesco de Leno,, Venecia: 1563 - 103 folios y 5 hojas. Magnífica encuadernación moderna en plena piel granate de grano liso con composición de hierros secos en lomo y planos, filetes y ruedas doradas en cantos y contracantos. Cortes dorados. Firmada Brugalla 1952. Supra-libros dorados en ambos planos. Ejemplar suavemente lavado y con una mínima restauración muy marginal en la portada y primera hoja y en varias hojas del final en el ángulo superior afectando a algún número de paginación mínimamente. Brunet VI, 10319 (para la edición de 1556). La primera edición apareció en Bolonia en 1556. Importante tratado sobre el arte de embocar y herrar los caballos ilustrado con 58 grabados a plena página.

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        Le Metamorfosi ridotte da Giovanni Andrea dell'Anguillara in ottava rima, al Christianissimo Re di Francia Henrico Secondo, di nuovo dal proprio auttore rivedute, & corrette; con le annotationi di Gioseppe Horologgi.

      In Venetia, Francesco de' Franceschi, 1563.In-8° (205x145mm), ff. (6), 266, (1), legatura settecentesca in pieno vitello con doppio filetto a secco lungo il perimetro dei piatti. Dorso adorno di titolo in oro su tassello granata e di ricchi motivi fitomorfi in oro. Tagli rossi, unghie decorate in oro, sguardie pavonate policrome, segnacolo. Impresa tipografica in xilografia al titolo con allegoria della Pace in forma di donna seduta accanto a una colonna, con ramo d'olivo nella sinistra e il braccio destro poggiato su una cornucopia, il tutto entro cornice figurata con motto "Per me qui si riposa e in ciel si gode". Capilettera xilografici figurati. In principio di ogni canto una testatina xilografica figurata con scene mitologiche ispirate al poema ovidiano. Dedicatoria di Giuseppe Orologi a Margherita di Valois, duchessa di Savoia e di Berri. Indici e annotazioni in fine di ogni canto. Registro al colophon. Testo su due colonne. Annotazione ottocentesca al verso del risguardo anteriore con indicazione di prezzo dell'epoca nel commercio antiquario. Qualche sporadica brunitura e alone. Bell'esemplare, leggermente corto di margini. Riedizione veneziana (prima edizione commentata da Giuseppe Orologi) della più importante versione italiana cinquecentesca delle "Metamorfosi", dedicata ad Enrico II, con gli argomenti di Francesco Turchi. L'edizione originale della traduzione era apparsa a Parigi nel 1555. Il Dell'Anguillara, nativo di Sutri, fu poeta e correttore di stamperia a Roma e a Venezia. S.T.C. Italian Books, p. 482. Graesse, V, 94, note. Schweiger, II, 689. Ebert 15509. Manca all'Adams e al Brunet.

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        Caroli Sigonii De antiqvo ivre civivm Romanorvm libri dvo. Eivsdem De antiqvo ivre Italiae libri tres. Ab ipso auctore multis in locis aucti

      Venetiis: Ex officina Iordani Zileti,, 1563. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED by 10% until Sunday, Aug. 18. Order now for BEST SAVINGS! 2 volumes in one as frequently found but this copy with the first edition of the second volume rather than the usual second edition; quarto (20.5 cm. tall), [6 leaves] (beginning with title), 281, [35], [1] pp. + (second volume has special title) Caroli Sigonii De antiqvo ivre Italiae libri tres, ad Senatvm, popvlvmq. Romanum. Venetiis: Apud Iordani Zileti, 1560. [6 leaves] (beginning with title), 128 numbered leaves, [16 leaves] (the last page a printer?s device); library book plate on front cover of binding and private book plates along with a brief bookseller?s description on front pastedown, paper covered board sides with leather spine and tips darkened and rubbed with spine label partially chipped away, title dark with one tip chipped, light damp stain in lower inside corner almost throughout, a few instances of old pen marginalia, s. Photos available upon request.

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        Tractatus Foecundus, et Perutilis de Praescriptionibus

      1563. Balbo, Giovanni Francesco [f. 1510-1518]. [Henricus, de Segusio, Cardinal (Hostiensis) (c. 1200-1271)]. Tractatus Foecundus, et Perutilis de Praescriptionibus: Editus per clarissimum Iurisconsultum do. Ioannem Franciscum Balbum Taurinensem. Cui Accedit Repetitio Singularis l. Celsus ff. de Usucap. Cum Multis Additionibus & Apostillis, Una cum Dictis Hostien. In Summa de Praescrip. & Usucap. & Cum Summariis & Repertorio Nuper Additis. Venice: [Apud Cominum de Tridino], 1563. [32], 300 pp. Main text in parallel columns. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later quarter calf over marbled boards with vellum corners, endpapers renewed. Light rubbing to extremities. Large woodcut printed device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Early owner signature to foot of title page. A few minor smudges and some dampspotting to preliminaries and index leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Later edition of a work first published in 1511. Tractatus Foecundus is concerned with the Roman law of prescription, the principle whereby a right or liability is created or extinguished over a certain period of time, usually in regard to a property title. It also includes an edition of a short treatise on this subject by Henricus de Segusio. It was a popular work that went through several issues and editions, the last one in 1590. 3 copies located in North America, 1 of this edition (at the UT-Austin Ransom Library). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE 3947.

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        Statuta Urbis Ferrariae nuper Reformata

      Folio [30.5 x 19.5 cm], (10) ff., 307 [i.e. 308], (13) ff., including woodcut title showing Ferrara and Este arms, and full-page woodcut portrait of the printer Rossi on EEEviii v. Bound in 18th-century stiff vellum, title stenciled on spine. Some minor staining in scattered leaves and some trivial worming in margin, but generally a broad-margined and fresh copy, excellent. Rare and most likely the earliest acquirable edition of the municipals laws of Ferrara, one of the richest and most cultivated of Northern Italian courts, published shortly after the concluding session of the Council of Trent (1563). The work contains one of the earliest portrait of a printer in a book he himself produced (see below). The work significantly revises the previous publication of local statutory law, and is signed by a committee of local jurists (3v-4r). The statutes govern all aspects of civil and criminal law, from the buying and selling of goods and property, marriage, testaments, to criminal procedure. The work is of interest for containing a portrait of the printer. Note: Rossi had no editorial or authorial part in the work; he is expressly designated "Typographus" (printer) in the identifying legend. This is of interest to historians of the book for it showing the developing confidence and prestige enjoyed by 16th-century printers, and is analogous, though considerably more assertive, to putting an element of the printer's process or trade in a publisher's device. "Rossi was near the end of a career as a printer at Ferrara that covered more than 50 years and certainly justified the use of his portrait in this volume" (Mortimer, I.261). Although it should be regarded as a form of self-indulgence and did not catch on-as say, the author portraits on which it is based obviously did-it nonetheless remains an interesting bit of evidence for the elevated status of Italian printers. There is no repertory of examples and we know of no study of the subject, but in querying colleagues we have located only two earlier analogous portraits: Rossi pictured himself in smaller format in the colophon to another book he published: Giovanni Maria Verrato's 1561 response to critics of the Council of Trent: Contra responsiones et protestationes. And Francesco Priscianese pictured himself in a Latin grammar published in 1540. Also, Prof. Anthony Grafton draws our attention to the portraits of the illustrators in the Historia Stirpium of Leonhart Fuchs (1542). Further searching would doubtless turn up a few other examples, but it is clearly an isolated phenomenon The statutes received an incunable edition in 1476 published by Severino da Ferrara (BMC VI.609, the only copy we have been able to locate): this edition is not in Goff, and we locate no American copy. The next edition was published by Rossi in 1534 with a less elaborate version of the title cut, and without the portrait. The present edition is next, making it third. According to Mortimer, the hypothetical issue points raised by F. Berlan in his Bibliografia degli statuti municipali ed inediti di Ferrara (Rome 1878) pp. 21-7 are in need of substantial copy-checking. There are no copies of the editio princeps or the 1534 edition in America; for the present edition, OCLC lists Kansas, Minnesota and the Waseda Library, to which should be added the Harvard copy described by Mortimer. * Mortimer, Italian 182; Adams F266; Fumagalli, Lexicon, p. 128, fig 45 (portrait); L. Manzoni, Bibliografia degli statuti, ordini e leggi dei municipali italiani I.2 (Bologna 1876), pp. 177-78.

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        Le Epistole Famigliari Di Cicerone, Tradotte Di Nuouo, e Quasi in Infiniti Luoghi Corrette Da Aldo Manutio

      Venice: Aldus [Paulus Manutius], 1563 ix - 380pp - 2(ff) / Contemporary vellum, spine in compartments, later morocco label. Condition : Title with small section of upper corner repaired, occasional browning or staining, mostly marginal, but occasionally affecting the text; stained. Provenance : Thos. Davies (later ink ownership inscription to title). Renouard p.189.9; Ahmanson-Murphy 52; Adams C1987. EXTREMELY RARE!!!! ONLY COPY ON SALE!!! Photos available upon request.

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        Summa Doctrinae Christianae per quaestiones 1563

      Venice Venetiis 1563. later edition. Hardback. Very Good/No Jacket. 1563 Venice 12mo (14 x 8 cms) engraved frontispiece small wormtrail affecting last 3 leaves and lower cover (photo), occasional contemporary annotations, bound in contemporary vellum.

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        Leçons et Expositions Familieres de Iean (Jean) Calvin sur les Douze Petis Prophetes: Ascavoir Hosee, Ioel, Amos, Abdias, Ionas, Michee, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggee, Zacharie, Malachie. Traduites de Latin en François. BOUND WITH Ioannis Calvini Commentarii in Isaiam Prophetam

      Sebastien Honorati - Excudebat Eustathius Vignon, Lyon - Geneva, 1563. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full later calf, dried, joints cracked but binding secure. First published in Latin in 1559, first translated into French in 1560 (Geneva) this is the second French and the first published in France; printed in 2 columns. Bound after an attractively printed Latin edition of Calvin on Isaiah. Each with an attractive title vignette and an old seminary stamp to the title page. Scattered light foxing, generally quite clean. Early French editions of Calvin on the minor prophets are quite scarce.& & (12), 530, (38); 5, (3), 608, (23). With one initial and one final blank. Size: Folio. Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041311. .

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        L. Coelii Lactantii Firmiani opera, quae quidem extant omnia

      Basileae: per Henricum Petri, [colophon: 1563]. 4to (29.2 cm, 11.5"). [12] ff., 559, [21] pp. North African apologist Lactantius (ca. 240–320) 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. Basel printer Henricus Petrus (Sebastian Henric Petri, 1546–1627) was responsible for the publication of very important works, including an early edition of Copernicus and Münster's Cosmographia, the first German description of the world. He printed this Latin and Greek, later edition of Lactantius's opera with the main text in roman, single column; the extensive commentary by Birk in italic, double column; the indices triple-column; and the whole text punctuated by handsome historiated and floriated woodcut initials of various sizes, some quite large. A woodcut diagram shows the opposition of Light (God) and Dark levels of the universe and there are multiple letterpress charts; the title-page features the printer's device, a variant of which also appears on the final verso. This is the first appearance of this commentary by => Xystus Betuleius (Sixt Birk, 1501–54), a corrector for the Basel printers and a teacher at various schools who composed German and Latin didactic dramas; commentaries on Lactantius (this) and Cicero; and a concordance of the Greek New Testament. An associate of Erasmus, he witnessed Erasmus's first will, in 1527. Adams L27; VD16 L42; Graesse, IV, 66. Not in Schweiger or Brunet. On Lactantius, see: New Catholic Encyclopedia, VIII, 308–09. On Birk, see: Contemporaries of Erasmus, pp. 150–51. Recent full brown morocco blind-ruled, old style; raised bands on spine accented with gilt ruling, author and title gilt in second compartment and date collector style at spine base, edges lightly speckled brown. Mild foxing on some leaves; limited, very light old waterstaining in latter half, this rising on a few leaves to "moderate" and being virtually all marginal; a few small stains from chemical reactions in paper. One marginal oxidized inkstain, slim but dark, offset onto next neighboring pages (only); two very small tears in last leaf. There is one short paragraph of => contemporary inked marginalia on one leaf, and one instance of underlining on another.

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        Exercitia spiritualia

      Vienna: [in aedibus Caesari Collegii], , 1563. Hardcover. Very Good. 12mo - over 6¾ - 7¾" tall. 12mo., 141 (1) ff., 2 blank leaves, with woodcut device of the Jesuit order on t-p, full-page woodcut calendar on verso of D1, and numerous initials. Bound in contemporary vellum, title stenciled on spine, remains of ties. Reinforcement to gutter margin of title, which shows light foxing; two scored ownership inscriptions on pastedown and another on title. Some worming in blank upper margin of a few signatures, and some minor soiling, but generally a fresh and unsophisticated copy, excellent. Rare very early edition of this remarkable work, in a contemporary binding, a foundation document not only for the history of the Jesuit Order, but for the crucial role the Order played in the Counter-Reformation in Catholic Europe, and in its missionary activities which spanned the world, from England to Japan. This is the first edition to contain the founder's name on the title-page, relegated to the colophon in the second edition and omitted entirely in the first. The first edition published North of the Alps (see below for prior editions).The work leads the exercitant through four weeks of meditations to enable him to discover God's purpose for his life, and once this aim is revealed, to aid him in fulfilling it."The Spiritual Exercises are a special experience to be undergone, a shock-tactic spiritual gymnastic to be undertaken and performed under guidance, at some particular moment -- perhaps of inward crisis -- when new decisions and resolutions in life are called for or held to be desirable.... They were in a sense the systematized, de-mysticized quintessence of the process of Ignatius' own conversion and purposeful change of life, and they were intended to work a similar change in others" (Evennett).A landmark in the literature of spiritual examination, the work's imprint would be felt in such secular works as Montaigne's Essais, Descartes' Meditations, and, as Prof. Louis Martz has convincingly argued in The Poetry of Meditation, on seventeenth century English "metaphysical" poets, like Donne. It is generally supposed that Ignatius composed the work in the 1520's, when at Loyola and Manresa, but it was not published until 1548 (Rome), and again in 1553 (Coimbra). All early editions of the Exercitia are of great rarity: OCLC lists four copies of the 1548, all but one in Jesuit institutions: USF,LC, Woodstock(=Georgetown), Loyola (Chicago); two copies of the Coimbra 1553: Canisius College and Kansas; and three copies of the present edition, again, all in Jesuit institutions: Fordham, BC and Loyola Marymont. * DeBacker-Sommervogel V.61; Palau 291086; not in Adams; Bangert, A History of the Society of Jesus 11ff; PMM 74; O'Malley, John, W. The first Jesuits; Evennett, The Spirit of the Counter-Reformation, p. 44.

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        Beschreibung, Vom Ursprung anfang und herkhomen des Adels, Adellichen underhaltungen und aufferlegtem gebürlichem bevelch, wie sich der Adel seinem Tittel nach halten, und herwiderumb solle gehalten werden. Alles mit berichtlichen ursachen angezeygt, Gestellt und geordnet durch den Wolgebornen Herrn Reinhart den Eltern, Graven zu Solms, und Herrn zu Müntzenberg etc

      Frankfurt, Feyerabend 1563. 33 cm. (3, ohne 1 weisses), 20, (2, das letzte weiß) Blatt mit Titelholzschnitt und Druckermarke von Jost Amman. Titel rot und schwarz, mod. Umschlag - VD16 R 934 - BM STC German Books 730 - ADB 34, 585 (2. A. 1564) - O'Dell, Amman b2, f2 - Erstausgabe dieser frühen standesrechtlichen Schrift, gedruckt von Johann Lechler in Frankfurt. Über den Ursprung des Adels, dessen Rechte und Pflichten, Turnierartikel, Ehrenkodex für den Adel. Der Titelholzschnitt zeigt eine Turnierszene. Blattränder leicht gebräunt, Titel neu befestigt und am linken Rand restauriert; zeitgenöss. Besitzeintrag "Monasterii Amorbachensis" und im Rand Stempel der Fürstl. Leiningenschen Hofbibliothek -

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        DE VITA & MORIBUS SACERDOTUM OPUFEULUM, EORUM DIGNITATEM OFTENDENS, & QUIBUS ORNATI VIRTUTIBUS ESSE DEBEANT.

      Joannem do Roigny, Paris 1563 - Text in Latin. Iudoci Clichtovei (1472-1543) was born in Nieuport, Flanders, and died in Chartres. He earned a doctorate in theology in 1506, and was appointed to a professorship at the Sorbonne. He played an active role in the Council of Sens. This work is an effort to refute the doctrines set forth by Luther and other reformers. Includes explanation and defence of the seven sacraments of the Roman Catholic Church, five of which were denied by the Protestant reformers. According to H.M. Adams, this work was first published in 1519 and reprinted in 1558, perhaps with revisions. (Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe 1501-1600 in Cambridge Libraries I, 2196). Bumped and rubbed at edges, front hinge cracked, bookplate of P.P.C. Lammens (1762-1836), librarian of the University of Ghent, on front pastedown. Descriptive information laid in. 12mo., contemporary limp vellum with later fabric spine. (iv), 240+(1) pages. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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