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        Nürnberg-Reformation, Nbg., Val. Geißler 1564

      Geißler Valentin, Nürnberg - Nürnberg. - Reformation, Der Stat Nurmberg verneute. Nbg., Val. Geißler, 1564. Fol. 39 unn., 234 (st. 240) num., 1 unn. Bll., mit breiter Titelbord., 1 dpblgr. Holzschn.-Taf. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. mit reicher Blinpr., Bindebänder fehlen. VD 16, N 2029; Lentner 9492. Erste Ausgabe der Nürnberger Reformation von 1564. "Sie ist die neueste Gestalt der städtischen Codification, welche noch mehrmals aufgelegt wurde. Eine Vergleichung mit der alten Reformation zeigt, dass man die Mängel derselben, welche in der Einleitung zur neuen Reformation gerügt werden, in der That verbesserte u. besonders darauf ausging, die Bestimmungen in grösserer Uebersichtlichkeit u. besserer Ordnung zusammenzustellen" (Stobbe II, 304ff.). Das Titelblatt., darstellend einen Triumphbogen, auf welchem 2 geflügelte Genien die Kaiserkrone über den Reichsadler im Schilde halten; seitlich steht links der Kaiser mit Gesetzbuch u. Lanze, rechts ein Mann mit einer Tafel mit der Inschrift: Lex Donum Dei. - Es fehlen vorne 8 unn. Bll. u. am Schluß die Bll. 235-240 mit dem allegor. Textholzschn. (JEDOCH IN FOTOKOPIE BEIGEFÜGT). Titel angeschmutzt u. lose, die äußeren Ränder leicht fleckig oder gering angestaubt, sonst frisch u. sehr breitrandig. Die le. zwei Bll. ausgefranst u. fast lose. Bindung locker, unregelmäßiger Schnitt, Rücken etwas brüchig, vord. Gelenk oben geplatzt, Ecken u. Kanten bestoßen, sign. "C. K.", Caspar Kraft d. Ä. Wittenberg (Haebler I, 213). FÜR WEITERE NACHWEISE BITTE UNTEREN LINK ANKLICKEN. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        In this Volume are Conteined the Statutes Made and Established from

      1564. An Important Contribution to the "Englishing" of the Common Law [Great Britain]. [Magna Carta]. [Statutes from 1225]. In this Volume are Conteined the Statutes Made and Established from the Time of King Henry the Thirde, Unto the First Yere of the Reigne of Our Most Gracious and Victorious Soveraigne Lorde Kyng Henry the VIII. London: Imprinted in Fleetstreete by Henry Wykes [and Thomas Berthelet], 1564. [896] pp. Collates complete. Title page and following leaf are bound-in facsimiles. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-3/4"). Contemporary paneled calf over heavy wooden boards, raised bands, blind fillets and later hand-lettered title (reading "Magna Charta") to spine, joints and hinges mended, clasps lacking. "SI:" lettered in early hand to fore-edge of text block. Light rubbing to extremities with some wear to spine ends and corners, a scattering of tiny worm holes to boards, which are slightly bowed, faint stain to rear board, nineteenth-century bookseller description affixed to front pastedown. Attractive woodcut decorated initials and tail-piece (Royal arms of Henry VIII), verso of final leaf features large woodcut Berthelet device. Moderate toning to text, occasional worm holes, mostly to margins, interior otherwise clean. * Later printing of a title first issued in 1543. Often cited as the Statutes from 1225 this was the first complete edition of the statutes at large in English translation (from the original texts in Latin or Law French). More so than early translations, which were limited to Magna Carta and selected statutes, the Statutes from 1225 played a leading role in the diffusion and establishment of the common law during the Tudor period. In certain respects, this edition had an impact similar to the translation of the Bible into vernacular languages. Our 1564 printing is the third according to Beale; Pollard and Redgrave, citing an imprint omitted by Beale, says it is the fourth. All of these are nearly identical in content and format. All are rare, too. OCLC locates 4 copies of the 1564 printing (Harvard Law School, Huntington Library, Washington University Law School, UT-Austin-Ransom Library). Pollard and Redgrave, Short-Title Catalogue of Books Printed in England, Scotland, & Ireland 9301.3. English Short-Title Catalogue S121436. Beale, Bibliography of Early English Law Books

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        Opuscula anatomica e Tractatus de dentibus

      EUSTACHI BARTOLOMEO - Two parts in one volume, 8vo; contemporary stiff vellum, inked title on spine; (12), 358, (6), 98, (12) + 47, (1) pp. and 8 engraved plates. A nice copy.RARE SECOND EDITION (first Venice 1564) of the first book devoted to the structure and function of the teeth.Eustachi is credited with being the first anatomist to study the teeth in detail. He based his work on the dissection of fetuses and stillborn infants, and in the Dentibus he described the first and second dentitions, pointed out that the crowns of teeth were composed of two separate layers (enamel over dentin), and provided a clear description of the dental pulp and root canal. He also set out to explain how teeth develop, and offered suggestions on how to treat various dental diseases.The volume also includes the first specific treatise on the kidney, the first account of the Eustachian tube in the ear, the first description of the thoracic duct, and the Eustachian valve.Garrison-Morton, 3668; DSB, IV, pp. 486-88; Hoffmann-Axthelm, pp. 141-42. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De medicatis aquis, atque de fossilibus.

      Venice, Giordano Ziletti, 1564 - 4to (207 x 150 mm), ff [36] 176; a very nice, crisp copy in contemporary limp vellum. £2750First edition of Falloppio's lectures on thermal and medicinal springs and also on 'fossils', i.e. both paleontological remains and minerals and earths. These essays were collected and edited for publication after Falloppio's death in 1562 by his pupil Andrea Marcolino.The emphasis of this work is largely geological; the origin of springs and fountains, the nature of subterranean fire and generation of heat within the earth, and the vexing question of the origin of fossils. 'Falloppio, as one of the great line of Paduan anatomists, would have been well aware of organic resemblances in whatever fossils he was familiar with; yet he felt that their occurrence on hilltops far from the sea made their organic origin unacceptable. It would have entailed changes in geography that were literally incredible, even with an Aristotelian view of continuous terrestrial change; and an explanation in terms of spontaneous generation therefore seemed preferable' (M.J.S. Rudwick, The meaning of fossils).Falloppio also describes many individual springs, their geology, the nature of their waters and their medicinal virtues. He performed analyses to determine the mineral contents of various springs.Adams F137; Durling 1431; Ward and Carozzi (another issue) 772; Wellcome 2150

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        En caracteres cuadrados hebreos:] Libro intitulado Regimiento dela Vida, pudiendose verdaderamente llamar espejo de sabios y bien aventurados, conpuesto por el famosisimo sabio Mosheh Almosnino a requerimiento de su intimo querido y sobrino, en el qual se contiene quanto conviene para poder bien andar toda la jornada dela vida humana sin errar conprendiendo en el toda la filosofia moral muy copiosamente. Y seguirse ha despues de el otro muy sublimado tratado sobre la esencia y ser de los sueños, y de sus cosas, y significaciones, y solturas verdaderas que tambien conpeten a el Regimiento dela Vida, conpuesto por el mismo auctor a requerimiento del muy ilustre Señor el Señor Don Joseph Nasi, que el Dio conserve y aumente su prospero estado.

      [Salónica:] en casa de Joseph de Isaac de Joseph Jaavez, Elul 324 1564 - 4º, (210x142mm.); 162, [1] h.- Encuadernación en media piel, del s. XVIII. El ejemplar, con generosos márgenes, evidencia haber sufrido antaño tanto la humedad como la intrusión de insectos, que afectaron a la encuadernación y a las primeras y últimas páginas, afortunadamente con levedad, aunque provocando que uno de los dos tipos de papel que puede apreciarse que se emplearon para su composición se haya vuelto excesivamente rígido. Del vocabulario hebreo-romance sólo está la primera de las cinco (¿o seis?) hojas.- Proc.: [anotación manuscrita en caracteres hebreos en el margen izquierdo de la portada que no sabemos descifrar].- // Pese a la apariencia hebraica del texto, impreso en caracteres cuadrados, este tratado de ética práctica está escrito en castellano; más exactamente, como dice su autor, en romance. Así, siendo necesario transliterar la portada a caracteres latinos para poder comprender su enunciado, hemos optado por reproducirla como lo hizo M. Kayserling, y prescindir de presentarlo traducido al hebreo como 'Sefer Hanhagat ha-hayyim', algo que viene siendo habitual en el último siglo. Su autor, Mose ben Baruk Almosnino, procedía de una familia originaria del Somontano, emigrada con el primer mandato de expulsión de 1492 por los problemas que tenía con la Inquisición. Formado en las ciencias de la época y dedicado a los estudios rabínicos y a la escritura, llegó a disponer de tal reconocimiento en la comunidad sefardí que a la muerte de Suleyman I le fue encomendado solicitar al nuevo Sultán (Salónica, como todo el territorio griego, formaba parte del Imperio otomano) el consentimiento para seguir conduciéndose bajo sus propias costumbres como habían podido venir haciéndolo hasta entonces. El "Libro del Regimiento de la vida", que en esta primera edición ocupa hasta el folio 139(1), es una guía a la juventud sobre cómo conducirse moralmente haciendo uso del libre albedrío y persiguiendo el bien. El texto se completa (f. 139-162) con un tratado casi cabalístico sobre la naturaleza y origen de los sueños, donde Almosnino aúna la tradición judía con la herencia de Aristóteles a través de Maimónides(2). Finalmente, para facilitar a sus coetáneos la comprensión de ambos textos, Almosnino completó el volumen con un vocabulario hebreo-romance que denominó "explicación de palabras extrañas"(3). Puede tenerse constancia de lo preciado de este volumen, inexistente hasta donde se nos alcanza en bibliotecas españolas, sabiendo que ya en 1931, el librero de Leipzig Otto Harrassowitz, dispuso un ejemplar en la venta especial Hebraica et Rabinnica (cuyo catálogo abarcaba seis volúmenes, del 433 al 438) en 125 marcos (ref. 6714 en catálogo 433), o por los precios alcanzados en Christies en 1991 y en la subasta del tesoro bibliográfico hebraico hallado en el hotel Delmonico de New York en 2007. Los únicos ejemplares que hemos localizado, ninguno completo, están en: College of Physicians, Philadelphia, PA-USA; Hispanic Society, New York, NY-USA; Mehlman collection, Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem; University College, London, UK; y William Andrews Clark Memorial Library, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA-USA.- Refs.: USTC 346317 y 344935; Fürst, I, p. 40; Kayserling, p. 10-11; Palau, 8206; Zedner, p. 566.- // (1) Ediciones críticas recientes en castellano y en inglés: Mosen ben Baruch Almosnino: Regimiento de la vida.- Ed. de Luis Cortest.- Madrid: Verbum, 2011, y Mose ben Baruk Almosnino: Regimiento de la vida. Tratado de los suenyos (Salonika, 1564).- Ed. de John M. Zemke.- Tempe (AR): Arizona. - (2) Puede leerse, trasnliterado a caracteres latinos por Pilar Romeu Ferré, en "El sueño premonitorio de Moisés Almosnino sobre Yosef Nasi en el Tratado de los sueños (Salónica 1564)", en Sefarad 64 (2001) 1: 159-193, esp. 178-189. - (3) Sobre este vocabulario, Pascual Pascual Reduero: "Nota para la historia del Ladino: una teoría vocálica desdeñada", en Miscelánea de estudios árabes y hebraicos 34 (1985) 113-145. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera nuova di fortificare, offendere et difendere; et far gli Alloggiamenti campali, secondo l'uso di guerra. Aggiuntovi nel fine, un Trattato de gl'essamini de' Bombardieri, & di far fuochi artificiati

      Appresso Gio. Battista Bozola 1564 Rarissima edizione originale. In 4°, c.nn. 6, numerate 93, cb. Testatina e marchio tipografico al frontespizio, capilettera. 22 tavole xilografiche a doppia pagina (2 delle quali più volte ripiegate) e numerosissime incisioni di varie grandezze nel testo. Ottimo esemplare legato in pergamena coeva con titoli calligrafici al dorso. (Adams, C 1018; Riccardi, I, 312).

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        De Anno primo . . . Edwardi quinti [with] Anno primo [and secundo] Richardi tertii [with] Anni Regis Henrici Septimi [with] 12-14 Henry 8 [with] 18-19 Henry 8 [with] 26 Henry 8 [with] 27 Henry 8. STC 9900, 9908.5, 9915.5, 9924, 9939, 9949, 9958, 9964

      London: Richard Tottel [imprints vary], 1564-68. Modern calf, extensive gloss throughout, ex George Viscount Chaworth and others, ex Lincolnshire Law Society, crisp with good margins; the Taussig copy A unique collection of eight year books, including the only year for which we have cases from the brief reign of Edward V through the final year for which we have year book reports, all uncommon and several of five or fewer copies in ESTC

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        Postillae maiores totius anni cum quaestionibus expositiones evangeliorum

      Venetiis (Venise): Hieronymum Cavalcalupum, 1564. Fine. Hieronymum Cavalcalupum, Venetiis (Venise) 1564, fort in 8 (15,5x11cm), (32f.) 632ff., relié. - First edition in 1517 (source library Salzburg). Sticker printer of a horseman riding a wolf. Absent Brunet. Full Vellum time to nerves. Upper joint open 2 cm. 3 snags with gaps at the location of seams and laces on both boards. Piedmontese Italian jurist, he taught at Turin. He died in 1540. Appostilles Comments and writings of the church fathers, letters of Paul to Seneca and Epistles to the Romans, each subject is treated postillaes and qauestionnes (confession, communion of Mary. ..) --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Première édition 1517 (source bibliothèque de Salzbourg). Vignette de l'imprimeur d'un cavalier chevauchant un loup. Absent à Brunet. Reliure en plein vélin d'époque à nerfs. Mors supérieur ouvert sur 2 cm. 3 accrocs avec manques à l'endroit des coutures et des lacets sur les deux plats. Juriste italien piémontais,il enseignait à Turin. Il est mort en 1540. Commentaires et appostilles des écrits des pères de l'église, de la correspondance de Paul à Sénèque et des épitres aux romains, chaque sujet est traité en postillaes et qauestionnes (de la confession, de la communion de Marie...)

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        D. And. Alciati Emblemata Denuo ab Ipso Auctore Recognita?

      Small 8vo, vellum spine with marbled boards, 211 woodcut illustrations, 226, [5] pp. Binding worn at extremities, top of spine split at joint, a couple of leaves with chipped or torn corners, but not affecting text or illustrations, emblem index in the rear trimmed closed to numbers, foxing and aging throughout; still a good copy. Rather scarce edition of Andrea Alciato's Book of Emblems. The OCLC locates only one copy of this edition. Alciato, or Alciatus (1492-1550) was a very important legal scholar in his time, and became rather famous for his interpretation of Roman law. However, Alciato is probably best known for his Book of Emblems, which he composed in his spare time. Some scholars feel Alciato's Emblemata, which is a collection of moral lessons, were based on translations from Hellenistic poetry. A first and probably unauthorized edition of this work appeared in 1531, but a second authorized edition was published in 1534. Several editions followed, a couple even appeared without the illustrations. This edition was published in Lyons in 1564. mun.ca/alciato/comm

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        Biblia sacra

      Tubingae (Tübingen): Apud viduam Ulrici Morhardi (Chez la veuve Ulrich Morhard), 1564. Fine. Apud viduam Ulrici Morhardi (Chez la veuve Ulrich Morhard), Tubingae (Tübingen) 1564, 2 volumes in-4 (17x25cm), (40) 872pp. et 309pp. (142) [Sig : a8 ?8 ?8 A-Z8 a-z8 Aa-Hh8 Ii4 et AAaa-BBbb8 CCcc4], relié. - Rare Edition of the Protestant Latin Bible with the comments retrieval of Saint Jerome, specially established for students of the University of Tübingen and especially for students Klosterschulen - monasteries - the Duchy of Württemberg (this was the first Bible printed in the Duchy). 40 lines per page and repeated initials. A relay title page for the Prophets, and a second to the New Testament, containing all the mark of the printer. Underscores many of the time to pen in the text, and a handwritten list of the prophets on the title page of the second volume and a summary of the different parts of the guard sheet first. Note the beauty of typographic achievement of all remarkably airy for a Bible: title pages, margins, alternating italics and Roman ... Absent at the National Library of France and the British Library and the Bodleian and British catalogs, several copies in the Swiss, Austrian and German libraries. The bibliographies of the Protestant literature does not mention this issue, probably because it follows the text of the Latin Vulgate and the Protestant business was to translate again Greek manuscripts, like Erasmus (which does not join Luther - despite his request - although his translation was often used by Protestantism). Overlapping full vellum bindings gold stamped at the time. Back smooth decorated with plant and animal wheels (hares, birds, foxes ...) and golden jewels, as in pen. Decorated dishes from several gilded frames, with golden arabesques spandrel and a large central diamond jewel. All gilded and carved slices (foliage) revealing leather bookmarks of the time. The first hundred copies of the Bible were linked to arms of the Duchy of Württemberg, the following 400 were established in this binder. Vellum slightly soiled, two small yellow angular spots. Gold is mostly dull or faded. Some tiny work towards the first pages of the first volume; two small galleries fractionally through the binding of the second volume. Angular light foxing. Tiny and scattered foxing. Beautiful specimen despite minor defects of this remarkable and historic bookbinding. Author of many theological commentaries, the Protestant Lutheran theologian Johannes Brenz (1499-1570) had a remarkable Bible, but was, unlike the Luther Bible, a relatively low diffusion (best survivors are rare) . Narrative text is the Latin Vulgate edition of the printed Wolrab Leipzig in 1544 (which was itself based on the 1540 edition of Estienne). Brenz was not a translator though he was one of the foremost biblical scholars of the eighteenth century, including Protestant, alongside Luther, Calvin and Bullinger. Brenz was the organizer of the Württemberg Church popularize it in his sermons and commentaries Biblical theology of the group of Wittenberg, the origin of the Protestant Reformation. His Bible was evangelizing weapon, it is unique in the movement since the Reformation is based on the text of the Latin Vulgate. Bookplates Paul Schmidt glued on contreplats. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition rare de la Bible latine protestante, avec reprise des commentaires de Saint Jérôme, spécialement établie pour les étudiants de l'Université de Tübingen et plus particulièrement pour les élèves des Klosterschulen - couvents - du duché de Wurtemberg (ce fut la première Bible imprimée dans le duché). 40 lignes par page et lettrines répétées. Une page de titre de relais pour les Prophètes et une seconde pour le Nouveau Testament, comportant toutes la marque de l'imprimeur. Très nombreux soulignements de l'époque à la plume dans le texte, ainsi qu'une liste manuscrite des prophètes sur la page de titre du second volume et un sommaire des différentes parties sur le feuillet de garde du premier. On notera la beauté de la réalisation typographique de l'ensemble, remarquablement aérée pour une Bible : pages de titres, marges, alternance de caractères italiques et romains... Absent à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France et à la British Library ainsi qu'à la Bodleian et aux catalogues britanniques, mais plusieurs exemplaires dans les bibliothèques suisses, autrichiennes et allemandes. Les bibliographies diverses de la littérature protestante ne font pas mention de cette édition, sans doute parce qu'elle suit le texte de la vulgate latine et que l'entreprise protestante consistait à traduire à nouveau des manuscrits grecs, à l'instar d'Erasme (lequel ne rejoignit cependant pas Luther - malgré sa demande - bien que sa traduction fut souvent utilisée par le protestantisme). Reliures à recouvrement en plein vélin doré estampé de l'époque. Dos lisses ornés de roulettes végétales et animalières (lièvres, oiseaux, renards...) et de fleurons dorés, titre à la plume. Plats décorés de plusieurs encadrements dorés, d'arabesques dorées en écoinçon et d'un grand fleuron central en losange. Toutes tranches dorées et ciselées (feuillages) laissant apparaître les signets en cuir de l'époque. Les cent premiers exemplaires de cette Bible furent reliés aux armes du duché de Wurtemberg, les 400 suivants furent établis dans cette reliure. vélin un peu sali, deux petites taches angulaires jaunes. L'or est la plupart du temps terni ou estompé. Quelques infimes travaux de vers sur les premiers feuillets du premier volume ; deux petites galeries traversant infimement la reliure du second volume. Légères mouillures angulaires. Rousseurs infimes et éparses. Bel exemplaire malgré de minimes défauts de cette reliure remarquable et historique. Auteur d'une multitude de commentaires théologiques, le théologien protestant luthérien Johannes Brenz (1499-1570) a réalisé une Bible remarquable, mais qui eut, contrairement à la Bible de Luther, une assez faible diffusion (les exemplaires ayant survécu sont donc rares). Le texte suivi est celui de la vulgate latine de l'édition de Leipzig imprimée par Wolrab en 1544 (laquelle était elle-même basée sur l'édition d'Estienne de 1540). Brenz n'était pas un traducteur bien qu'il fût un des plus éminents biblistes du XVIIIème siècle, et notamment protestant, aux côtés de Luther, de Calvin, et de Bullinger. Brenz fut l'organisateur de l'Eglise du Wurtemberg, il vulgarisera, dans ses prédications et ses commentaires la théologie biblique du groupe de Wittemberg, à l'origine de la réforme protestante. Sa Bible en fut l'arme évangélisatrice, elle est unique dans le mouvement de la Réforme puisqu'elle se base sur le texte de la Vulgate latine. Ex-libris de Paul Schmidt encollés sur les contreplats.

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        De rerum natura libri sex EDITION ORIGINALE

      Parisiis|(Paris): In Gulielmi Rouillij, et Philippi G. Rouillij (Rouillé), 1564. Fine. In Gulielmi Rouillij, et Philippi G. Rouillij (Rouillé), Parisiis (Paris) 1564, In 4 (14,5x22,3cm), (24) 559pp., relié. - First edition on the date of 1564 and not 1563 as most of the copies. (See Brunet: 'This first edition of Lucrece Lambin of which it is dated 1564 copies ...'). Copies to date in 1564 are naturally rarer than those on the right date, email it is the same drawing, only the date was changed. Title page in a nice frame engraved allegorical. The text of Lucrece is in Italics and each time characters, twenty to be followed by the comment, longer than the original text. Copy large arms stamped cold silver on a bend azure, charged with a golden sun, Jacques Claude Claret de la Tourette, Knight, Lord de la Tourette, Fleurieu St. Pierre ... Secretary the king and crown of France home and finances in the generality of Lyons, patron of painters and sculptors, the president of the Tourette had formed a large library that his son grew, she became the most beautiful and most important Lyon has hitherto confined. Full sheepskin blond eighteenth. Spine ribbed ornate. Part of title in red morocco with wheels. Caps threadbare. Bits split into head and tail. Scuffs on the boards, including an eagle weapons. Pale yellow and wetting at the beginning and middle of work, not serious. Corners bumped. Important issue in the bibliography of Lucrece. Indeed, De natura rerum does not have a lot of old editions, probably because the text has never been because of his epicurean theses, genuine interest in the fifteenth century and the Renaissance, and it was not until eighteenth to have a good French translation (the one controlled by Diderot) because it is the Enlightenment that the work will be considered in all its philosophical importance. This is the first careful and corrected edition of the text of Lucrece, and it is also the first comprehensive edition with commentary of the natura rerum. Comment and revision of text are the work of Denys Lambin, the latter confessed to have corrected as much as six hundred passages erroneous, according to several manuscripts (3 Roman and Parisian 2). Denys Lambin (1512-1576) was considered one of the greatest scholars of his time. He follows with Pierre de Ronsard and Jean Antoine de Baïf boards at the College of Jean Dorat Coqueret. it will get later the chair of Greek and Latin eloquence at the Royal College. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale à la date de 1564 et non de 1563 ainsi que la plupart des exemplaires. (Cf Brunet : 'Cette première édition du Lucrece de Lambin de laquelle il se trouve des exemplaires datés de 1564...'). Les exemplaires à la date de 1564 se trouvent naturellement plus rares que ceux à la bonne date, mail il s'agit du même tirage, seule la date ayant été changée. Page de titre dans un joli encadrement gravé allégorique. Le texte de Lucrece est en caractères Italiques et chaque passage, d'une vingtaine de vers est suivi du commentaire, plus long que le texte original. Exemplaire aux grandes armes frappées à froid d'argent à la bande d'azur, chargée d'un soleil d'or, de Jacques Claude Claret de la Tourette, chevalier, seigneur de la Tourette, Fleurieu, St. Pierre... Secrétaire du roi, maison et couronne de France et de ses finances en la généralité de Lyon, protecteur des peintres et des sculpteurs, le président de la Tourette avait formé une importante bibliothèque que son fils augmenta, elle devint alors la plus belle et la plus importante que Lyon ait renfermée jusqu'alors. Reliure en pleine basane blonde du XVIIIe. Dos à nerfs richement orné. Pièce de titre en maroquin rouge avec roulettes. Coiffes élimées. Mors fendus en tête et queue. Epidermures sur les plats, notamment sur un des aigles des armes. Mouillure jaune et pâle en début et milieu d'ouvrage, sans gravité. Coins émoussés. Importante édition dans la bibliographie de Lucrece. En effet, le De natura rerum ne possède pas beaucoup d'éditions anciennes, sans doute parce que son texte n'aura jamais eu, en raison de ses thèses épicuriennes, de véritable intérêt pour le XVe et la Renaissance, et il faudra attendre le XVIIIe pour avoir une bonne traduction française (celle commandée par Diderot) car c'est au siècle des Lumières que l'oeuvre sera considérée dans toute son importance philosophique. Il s'agit de la première édition soignée et corrigée du texte de Lucrece, et il s'agit également de la première édition détaillée et commentée du de natura rerum. Le commentaire et la révision du texte sont l'oeuvre de Denys Lambin, ce dernier avoua avoir corrigé pas moins de six cent passages erronés, d'après plusieurs manuscrits (3 romains et 2 parisiens). Denys Lambin (1512-1576) fut considéré comme l'un des plus grands érudits de son temps. Il suit avec Pierre de Ronsard et Jean Antoine de Baïf les cours de Jean Dorat au collège de Coqueret. il obtiendra plus tard la chaire d'éloquence latine et grecque au Collège royal.

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        Dello Specchio di Scientia universale

      Vincenzo Valgrisi 1564 Dello Specchio di Scientia universale dell' Eccellente Medico, et Cirugico M. Leonardo, Fioravanti bolognese. Libri Tre: Nel primo de' quali, si tratta di tutte l' arti liberali, et mecanice, e si mostrano tutti i secreti più importanti, che sono in esse. Nel secondo si tratta di diverse scientie, et di molte belle contemplationi de' Filosofi antichi. Nel terzo si contengono alcune inventioni notabili, utilissime et necessarie da sapersi. Con la tavola di tutti i capitoli. In Venetia appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1564. Bell' esemplare della rara prima edizione. In - 8°, pergamena moderna titolo in oro entro tassello sul dorso. (12), 313, (1) ff. Marca tipografica nel front. ed in fine. Carattere italico. Riccardi, I, 460 - 61: Prima e rara edizione omessa dal Fantuzzi...: piccola enciclopedia dell' arte del navigare, della mercanzia, dell' architettura, della cosmografia, della geometria, ecc.

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        Husspostille Offuer alle Søndagers oc de besynderligste Høytiders Evangelier det gantske Aar igennem, met XIII. Predickener offuer Christi pinis Historie. Fordansket aff Peder Tidemand. (I-III).

      Kiøbenhaffn, Lorentz Benedict, 1564. 188+156+114 blade pp. Titelblad og fortale, bl. 153 i første del, samt bl. 30 sidste del og de 8 sidste blade i smuk faksimile fra det kongelige bibliotek i Stockholm. Nogle blade prof. Rest. I margin, Npf. Yderst sjælden ca.15 ex deraf halvdelen ukomplette. Indbundet i et smukt nyere halvpergament med kaligraferet titel på ryggen.Bindet signeret Harry Larsen. Øverst lidt tæt beskåret. Første udgave.. 15062324

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        Institutionum Iuris Canonici Libri Quatuor and Damasi Veteris Iuris Ecclesiastici Canonicique Doctoris

      Lugduni : apud Gulielmum Rouillium, sub scuto Veneto 1564 - 24mo. 266, [76] c.; 174, [2] p. Bound in modern full leather. Gilt spine and boards. Red leather spine labels. 4 raised bands. Marbled boards. Fine binding and cover. Page ends washed red. Dampstain to pages affect most of the page throughout. Last 2 pages over the volume have wear and loss to the paper. Worm hole throughout most of volume, that affects the text on a minimal scale, becomes 3 in the second volume of Pope Damasus I's epigrams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        MANUSCRITOS DE LA HISTORIA DE LAS PARROQUIAS DE BAEZA, 2 VOL, MAS DE 1400 PAG. 1564-1885 VV. AA

      Baeza. 1564-1885. Tela y rústica. Autores: D. Andres Moreno, D. Domingo Fernandez del Rincon y Soto-Dávila. 2VOL. 800Pág+600Pág. Historia de todas las Parroquias de Baeza hasta finales del siglo XIX, unas autentica recopilación manuscrita historica y meticulosa de los grandes autores y en especial desposorios y velaciones o misas de las Santas Parroquias. Muy rara obra. Única. Ref 4.1 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Canones, et Decreta Sacrosancti Oecumenici, et Generalis Concilii Tridentini sub Paulo III, Iulio III, Pio IIII, Pontificibus Max [Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent]

      Aldine Press/ Aldus [Paulum Manutium], Rome 1564 - EXTREMELY RARE FIRST PRINTING of the Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent, one of the most important publications in the history of the Catholic Church; printed by Paulus Manutius and Aldus the Younger of the Aldine Press and the request of Pope Pius IV. The Council of Trent (1545-63), was "highly important for its sweeping decrees on self-reform and for its dogmatic definitions that clarified virtually every doctrine contested by the Protestants. Despite internal strife, external dangers, and two lengthy interruptions, the council played a vital role in revitalizing the Roman Catholic Church in many parts of Europe. Pius IV confirmed the council's decrees in 1564 and published a summary of its doctrinal statements; observance of disciplinary decrees was imposed under sanctions. In short order the catechism of Trent appeared, the missal and breviary were revised, and eventually a revised version of the Bible was published. By the end of the century, many of the abuses that had motivated the Protestant Reformation had disappeared, and the Roman Catholic Church had reclaimed many of its followers in Europe" (Britannica). Commissioned by Pius IV, Paulus Manutius of the esteemed Aldine Press traveled to Rome to produce the beautifully printed summary of the doctrines, decrees, and conclusions of the Council. With engraved initials throughout and the large familiar Aldine anchor device printed on title. There were several printing of the Canones in 1564. This is the FIRST PRINTING, with undated privilege on verso of title, pagination in Roman numerals, and final dated leaf at page CCXXXIX. Canones, et Decreta Sacrosancti Oecumenici, et Generalis Concilii Tridentini sub Paulo III, Iulio III, Pio IIII, Pontificibus Max. Romae: Paulum Manutium, Aldi F., 1564. Folio (210x284mm), eighteenth century full speckled calf. Top of spine chipped. Early owner signature on title page; some underlined passages with old handwritten annotations in the margins. Early repair in a blank area of the title. Occasional foxing; mild dampstaining towards the end of the book. A large, wide-margined copy in elegant 18th-century binding. SCARCE. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Husspostille Offuer alle Søndagers oc de besynderligste Høytiders Evangelier det gantske Aar igennem, met XIII. Predickener offuer Christi pinis Historie. Fordansket aff Peder Tidemand. (I-III).

      Kiøbenhaffn, Lorentz Benedict 1564 - 188+156+114 blade p. Titelblad og fortale, bl. 153 i første del, samt bl. 30 sidste del og de 8 sidste blade i smuk faksimile fra det kongelige bibliotek i Stockholm. Nogle blade prof. Rest. I margin, Npf. Yderst sjælden ca.15 ex deraf halvdelen ukomplette. Indbundet i et smukt nyere halvpergament med kaligraferet titel på ryggen.Bindet signeret Harry Larsen. Øverst lidt tæt beskåret

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        MANUSCRITOS DE LA HISTORIA DE LAS PARROQUIAS DE BAEZA, 2 VOL, MAS DE 1400 PAG. 1564-1885 VV. AA

      Baeza. 1564-1885. Tela y rústica. Autores: D. Andres Moreno, D. Domingo Fernandez del Rincon y Soto-Dávila. 2VOL. 800Pág+600Pág. Historia de todas las Parroquias de Baeza hasta finales del siglo XIX, unas autentica recopilación manuscrita historica y meticulosa de los grandes autores y en especial desposorios y velaciones o misas de las Santas Parroquias. Muy rara obra. Única. Ref 4.1 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Canones, et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici, et generalis Concilii tridentini sub Paulo III, Iulio III, et Pio IV, pontificibus max.

      Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi F. Cum priuilegio Pii IIII. Pont. Max. 1564 Canones, et decreta sacrosancti oecumenici, et generalis Concilii tridentini sub Paulo III, Iulio III, et Pio IV, pontificibus max. Romae, Apud Paulum Manutium, Aldi F. Cum priuilegio Pii IIII. Pont. Max., 1564. In - folio, pergamena coeva. CCXXXIX, (1) pp. Grande ancora aldina al centro del frontespizio. Bell' esemplare della rarissima edizione originale. Renouard, Annales des Alde, pp. 190 - 91: Il a été fait a Rome, en 1564, trois éditions...par P. Manuce...la première, in fol., est extremement rare, et mérite place parmi les livres les plus précieux... Barberi, Paolo Manunzio e la Stamperia del Popolo Romano, pp. 130 - 31. E' nota l' importanza del Concilio di Trento, che decretò la riforma della Chiesa Cattolica.

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        Bible in Latin, Vulgate, 1564] Biblia Sacrosancta Veteris ac Novi Testamenti. Adiectus ex eruditis scriptoribus scholiis, ita, ubi opus est, locupletibus, ut pro commentariis sint: multis certe locorum millibus praesertim difficilioribus, lucem afferunt. Auctore Isidoro Clario Brixiano ex Monacho Casinate Episcopo Fulginatensi ex secunda eius recognitione

      Apud Iunctas, Venetiis [Venice] 1564 - [2], 514, 15, [1] leaves (blank leaf after 514 [SSS10] removed, as issued). Small folio. Decorated initials at the start of each chapter. A re-issue of the second edition of Chiari's revised Vulgate (first published in 1541, then 1557). Chiari, and Italian priest and member of the Council of Trent, edited the Vulgate Bible, offering commentary and changes based on Greek and Hebrew manuscripts. In the first edition, he supplied an introduction that drew on Protestant scholarship, and for that, the first edition was suppressed even though the Catholic Church approved of his biblical text. This version is mentioned in the preface to the 1611 King James Version of the Bible, 'That more of their chiefe men of all sorts . their own Bishop Isidorus Clarius . doe either make new Translations themselves.' A very attractive edition of the Vulgate, bound in coarse parchment and sewn with leather cords. Preliminary and final leaves professionally remargined, not affecting any text. A few old ink notations, else a very clean copy. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        der Ursachen, darumben die Chur, unnd Fürsten, auch andere Stende der Augspurgischen Confession, des Babst Pij IIII. außgeschriben vermeynt Concilium, so er gegen Trient angesetzt, nit besuchen khünden, noch zu besuchen schuldig gewesen sind, Sonder dasselb, als hochverdechtig, auch zu gemeyner Christenlicher einigkeyt undienstlich, Anfangs zur Naumburg, und volgends auff jüngst gehaltenem Wahl, und Crönungs Tag, zu Franckfurt in schrifften billich verwegert haben. Auß bevelch etlicher hoher Stende [...] zusamen getragen [...] und in ein Corpus gebracht. Mit zwaien zu end angehengten Registern.

      (Straßburg, Christian Müller), 1564.. 8°. 1 Bl., 644 S., 25 Bll., HLdr. d. 18. Jhds. a. 5 Bünden m. reicher Rückenverg., goldgepr. Rückenschild u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt.. Einer von zwei Drucken im Jahr der Erstausgabe. - Die der Augsburgischen Konfession zugehörigen Fürsten und Stände lehnten auf dem Naumburger Fürstentag 1561 und dem Frankfurter Krönungstag 1564 das Tridentinische Konzil ab. Im Anhang die Römische Buß-Cammer-Tax mit kritischem Resumee. - Einband etw. berieben u. bestoßen. Etw. gebräunt bzw. braunfleckig. - VD16, S 8679; Schottenloher IV, 43216g; Holzmann/B. VII, 983 (Gemp).

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        LES VRAIS POURTRAICTS DES HOMMES ILLUSTRES

      En piété et doctrine, du travail desquels Dieu s'est servi en ces derniers temps, pour remettre sur la vraye religion en divers pays de la chrestienté, avec les descriptions de leur vie et de leurs faits plus mémorables, plus quarante emblèmes chrestiens, traduicts du latin de Théodore de Besze par Simon Goulart - Orné de 49 portraits et de 44 emblèmes gravés sur bois - On y remarque les portraits de : Luther, Melanchlon, Zwingle, Pierre Martyr, Séb. Munster, G. Farel, Dauphinois, P. Viret, François I, Marguerite de Valois, G. Budé, F. Valable, Picard, Le Fevre d'Estaples, Picard, G. Mercier, Rob. Estienne, Cl. Marot, A. Marloral, Lorrain, Cranmer, Knox, etc.succede a Calvin en 1564 - Traduction française par Jean de Laon de l'édition originale latine de l'année précédente - Certains portraits restés en blanc lors de l'edition latine sont en premiere edition - Reliure d'époque vélin blanc, bandeaux, lettrines, vignettes et culs de lampes - Titre manuscrit au dos, annotation manuscrite page154, quelques auréoles de mouillures claires en marges de plusieurs pages - La page de titre est absente, ainsi que le portrait de Jacques Vi au dos de cette page (6), 284, (4) pages, relié, in - 4, 22 cm

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        La Geografia

      La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo Alessandrino nuovamente tradotta dal Greco in Italiano da Girolamo Ruscelli ;con esposizioni del medesimo. con nuove ... figure in estampe di rame, oltre alle XXVI antiche di Tolomeo, sene son'aggiunte XXXVI altra delle moderne ; con la carta da navicare e col modo d'intenderla et d'adoperarla ; aggiuntovi un pieno discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto ... nel quale si dichiarano tutti i termini & le regole appartenenti alla Geografia;  Espositioni et introdutioni universali di Girolamo Ruscelli sopra tutta la Geografia di Tolomeo, con sign. tipografiche proprie cada una.  Località: Venezia  Data di pubblicazione: 1564 pagg. 358, [2] in bl., 47, [56], 48 p., [28] h. di map. a doppia pag., [36] h. di map. a doppia pag.; 4o. Lingua: Italiano Stampatore: appresso Giordano Ziletti   Bella edizione con capilettera ornati. Le prime 27 carte illustrano la geografia antica, le restanti 38 quella moderna. Fra queste, la prima è un mappamondo con le due Americhe che formano ancora un solo continente unito all?Asia. Sei carte sono dedicate a particolari aree delle Americhe (Tierra Nueva, Nueva Hispania, Tierra Nova, Brasil, Isola Cuba, Isola Spagnola), mentre l?ultima carta è un mappamondo pensato per la navigazione.   Esemplare in buono stato completo di tutte le pagine e tutte le illustrazioni. Legatura coeva in mezza pergamena e carta decorata, con titolo impresso in oro sul dorso. Lieve e circoscritta consunzione della carta al piatto anteriore. Margine superiore leggermente rifilato. Le pagine da 271 a 278 presentano un?ampia gora con foxing, che tuttavia non preclude la lettura del testo. Altre poche singole pagine presentano lievi gore marginali. Una ventina di presentano al taglio interno delle carte un foro di tarlo che non intacca il testo.  

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        Fragmenta Poetarum Veterum Latinorum

      [Geneva]: Excudebat Henricus Stephanus, illustris viri Huldrici Fuggeri typographus, 1564. First Printing. 17.4 cm x 11 cm in octavo, pp. 433 (i.e. 430), gilt framed, red morocco binding, gilt-stamped spine title, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt and gauffered, ribbon bookmark, hand-ruled in red throughout (borders, underlining, etc.), woodcut printer's device to title-page. Syston Park armorial bookplate on front pastedown (Sir John Thorold, 9th Bt. of Syston Park, Lincolnshire, and his son were hailed as "two of the greatest collectors in the shining era of English bibliomania". The Ontario township of Thorold was named after Sir John.), the engraved bookplate of another great collector, Henry B.H. Beaufoy, F.R.S., and the engraved bookplate designed by J.F. Badeley and dated 1918 for the Earl of Cromer (Rowland Thomas Baring, the 2nd Earl of Cromer, and son of Evelyn Baring, served as Lord Chamberlain for 16 years) to front free endpaper. Faint remnants of a removed label from the verso of the front free endpaper, ink signature and date of the late Professor Emeritus of Law at the University of Toronto, Ian F.G. Baxter; covers lightly soiled and rubbed, spine gilt faded, head of spine chipped, else a very good, clean, tight copy. The first edition of a collection of fragments from the lost works of generally early Latin authors, begun by Robert Estienne and completed by his son Henri. . First Printing. Full Leather. Very Good.

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        Valerio Massimo de' Detti, et Fatti notabili de' Romani. Oue, oltre alla cognitione dell' Istorie, si contengogno molti documenti, & essempi, non meno utili, che necessarij all uita humana. Con due tauole, una de' Capitoli, l'altra ... (Truncated)

      Domenico, & Gio. Battista Guerra, fratelli, Venetia, 1564, Soft cover, Book Condition: Good, Dust Jacket Condition: Good, 1st EditionFull Book Title: Valerio Massimo de' Detti, et Fatti notabili de' Romani. Oue, oltre alla cognitione dell' Istorie, si contengogno molti documenti, & essempi, non meno utili, che necessarij all uita humana. Con due tauole, una de' Capitoli, l'altra della cose degne di memoria321 pages (complete). Velum cover. Pocket sized. In Italian throughout. Publication date on title page (beneath brand) is M.D.LXIIII ; on the final page the date of registered publication is 1563. From the press of the Battista Guerra brothers, Domenico and Giovanni from Pavia. Their publishing house was successful enough to have its own press. Their business, at one time listed among the top five in Venice, was in activity from 1560 - 1600 (although there is evidence of other publications published later under the brand (e.g. 1604)). During this time they published 360 titles amongst them, most unusually and importantly, women writers under their own names (hence their popularity with modern feminists). The brothers' business was amongst the strongest of the 16th Century in Venice as was recognised by the State on a number of occasions. So, successful that they are rated as only second to Manutius in importance and activity. Giorgio Dati from Florence was amongst the busiest translators of the time. This translation was widely published. He died in 1557. The brand of this copy is of an eagle soaring towards the sun at the top right edge, as it loses feathers. This is enclosed in a scrolled frame with the inscription "Renovata inventus". The velum cover is healthy, flexible and venerable. The book has original leather string binding. The strings are youthful and fast. Although marked and stained the cover sure and very secure. The spine has the title ('Valerio Massimo') twice in different fonts and hands. Inside, the vellum is securely attached and secured. The paste-downs are sure. The paper trims, which are neat and sure, have some surface stains and aging. All three sides have the title ('Valerio Massimo') written in different hands. It is still possible to see the handwork needed to affix and work the cover. The frontispage has a previous owner inscription in handwriting: "Ad usum Bastilij de ferraris" (For the use of Bastilij of Ferraro). The paper was to the standard enforced by the Venetian State (who took the publishing business so seriously as to strictly punish the use of low quality paper). Consequently, the pages are in good, fresh-like condition. There are sporadic and occasional stains from storage and ownership. There are also a few annotations from previous owners. The pages have printer signatures. The printing is very clear and spry. The page health is vigorous and very assured. The binding at page 145 and 168 is loosened but is still vigorous and sure. For its age this is an exciting book that is seeped in it's ownerships and histories. Shiveringly wonderful to hold. fk Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 500 grams. Category: Classics; Inventory No: anfi.

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        Rime e prose riscontrate con i migliori originali, & ricorrette... 5 Teile in 1 Band.

      Firenze, Giunti, 1564 (am Ende falsch 1554).. 8°. 15, 122 pp., Titel, 113-142 pp., Titel, 143-246 pp., 1 f., Titel, 247-295 pp., mit 5 Druckermarken Neueres Leder in Kasette. Graesse, II, 59; Gamba 279. Erweiterte zweite Ausgabe in 5 Teilen, mit neuen Gedichten, die in der Ausgabe von 1558 noch nicht enthalten waren. I. Rime. II. Tavola di tutte le desinentie delle Rime. III. Oratione scritta a Carlo V. intorno alla restitutione della citta di Piacenza. IV. Il Galateo. V. Trattato degli Uffizi Comuni. - Decia, I Giunti 343: "Singole parti di questo volume... Furono vendute anche separatamente." - Der wichtigste Text ist hier das sprichwörtlich gewordenen Anstandsbuch "Galatheo" (oder Galateo), das nach dem Widmungsempfänger Galeazzo (Galatheus) Florimonte benannt ist. Dem genauen Titel nach spricht in diesem Traktat ein "vecchio idiota" zu einem Jüngling über die "modi, che si debbono o tenere, o schifare nella comune conversatione". Schon die Bezeichnung "idiota" (etwa: einfacher, ungebildeter Mann) weist den Kontrast zu Castigliones "Cortegiano" (1528) auf. Della Casa zeichnet kein aristokratisches Ideal, er gibt vielmehr volkstümliche Anleitungen zum Umgang mit Menschen, wobei, wie später auch bei Knigge, der vom Galateo beeinflusst ist, ein gesundes Mittelmass die Richtschnur sein soll. An verschiedenen Beispielen wird immer wieder empfohlen, in keine Richtung zu sehr von der Norm abzuweichen. Respekt und Anpassung sind die Hauptgebote, sie lösen das Ideal der persönlichen Verkommnung und Individualität ab, was schon Jakob Burckhardt dazu veranlasste in della Casa einen Repräsentanten der niedergehenden, späten Renaissance zu sehen. - Etwas gebräunt, teils fleckig, nur das letzte Blatt etwas stärker, sonst meist sauber. Eleganter neuer Einband. - Second enlarged edition with several poems not included in the 1558 edition. 5 parts with 5 title-pages.

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        In Librum Psalmorum brevis explanatio, atque in eorum aliquot, Paraphrases luculentissimae. His adieciumus alias eiusdem in Psalmos triginta, Parapahrases, carmine conscriptas, ac suo loco positas. Quae omnia a Flaminio aucta, multo locupletiora, quam Parisiensi editione habentur, nunc primum in lucem edidimus, Venetiis, Aldus, 1564.

      1564 - In-8° menor.- 8-350-(2) h.- Marca del impresor en la portada y v. del folio blanco final.- Encuadernación germánica de la época en pergamino sobre tapas de madera: lomo de tres nervios; tapas ricamente ornamentadas, estampadas en seco, enmarcadas por una ancha orla que alterna retratos en medallón con motivos vegetales; panel central de motivos vegetales y florales entrelazados, apoyado en dos bandas lisas, doble recuadro, exterior y central, de filetes múltiples estampados en seco; restos de cierres. Distinguido ejemplar, en tan escasa como atractiva encuadernación de la época. RENOUARD, 190: 2. AHMANSON-MURPHY, 702; ADAMS, B1442; BM STC, ITALIAN 9]. Marco Antonio Flaminio [1498-1550] humanista italiano y uno de los mejores poetas latinos modernos, contó con la protección del cardenal Alejandro Farnesio, quien lo designó secretario del Concilio de Trento. Sostenedor de las ideas reformistas, compuso esta paráfrasis de los salmos bíblicos a instancias del Cardinal Pole, en la que logra verter el salmo en el molde de la oda horaciana, dando pie a una tradición que se prolonga en el siglo XVII. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Dictionarium hebraicum.

      Basel, Hieronymus Froben d. Ä. (und Nikolaus Episcopius d. Ä., (Februar) 1564. - (495 [statt 496]) Bll. (fehlt letztes Bl. mit Druckermarke). Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Neuerer Pergamentband mit hs. Rückentitel. 8vo. In maßgefertigtem Leinenschuber. Sechste und letzte Ausgabe von Münsters erstmals 1523 herausgebrachtem hebräischen Wörterbuch. "Münster begann die Reihe seiner Heidelberger hebräischen Schriften, die übrigens fast ausnahmslos bei Johann Froben in Basel gedruckt wurden, mit dem später oft überarbeiteten und neu aufgelegten Dictionarium hebraicum" (Burmeister, S. 11). "Bereits 1525 erschien eine weitere Auflage, die von Münster auf den neuesten Stand der Forschung gebracht worden war, indem er das Wörterbuch aus verschiedenen perûshim und vor allem aus der 1523 in Venedig erschienenen qônqôrdansijâ des Rabbi Isaak Nathan erweiterte. Darnach erlebte es noch zahlreiche Auflagen und Erweiterungen und ist über 40 Jahre lang das bedeutendste hebräische Wörterbuch in Deutschland geblieben. Zu seiner Beliebtheit hat beigetragen, dass das Buch kurzgefasst war, handlich und mit seinem Preis von 15 Schillingen einigermaßen erschwinglich war, sich also für den täglichen Gebrauch durch Studenten und Theologen vorzüglich eignete" (Burmeister, Biogr. Gesamtbild, S. 41). - Zu Beginn etwas fleckig und mit Wurmspuren (fachmännisch restauriert); der Titel neu aufgezogen. Es fehlt das letzte Bl. mit der Druckermarke. VD 16, M 6663. Burmeister 22. Steinschneider (Hdb.) 1384.6. Hantzsch 228.8. Adams M 1926. BM-STC German 633.

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        Him[m]els Lauffs Wirckung, und natürliche Influentz der Planeten, Gestirn und Zeychen, auß grund der Astronomei, nach jeder Zeit, Jar, Tag und Stunden Constellation. In Nativiteten, zur Artznei, Wolfart, und allem Leben der Menschen zuwissen von nöten. Mitsampt astronomischer und mathematischer Instrument, als Astrolabien, Quadranten, Compäst, Sonnuhren, und Nocturnal, künstlicher Zurichtung und nützlichem Gebrauch.

      Frankfurt, Christian Egenolffs Erben, 1564.. (8), 108 Bll. Mit Holzschnittvignette am rot-schwarz gedruckten Titel sowie über 140 Textholzschnitten unterschiedlicher Größe. (Beigebunden:) Medizinische Rezepthandschrift der Spätrenaissance. Deutsche, lateinische und böhmische Handschrift (schwarze und teils auch rote Tinte auf Papier). 64 SS. (Sowie:) Schützen Regl. Deutsche Handschrift. 11 SS. (Sowie:) Catalogus librorum. Lat. Handschrift. 36 SS. Hübscher blindgepr. brauner Kalbslederband des 17. Jhs. mit einer erhaltenen Schließe (von 2). 4to.. Zweite Ausgabe des zuvor 1551 bei Egenolff erschienenen Bandes: ein astronomisch-astrologisches Sammelsurium mit Instruktionen zur Kalenderberechnung, Aufsätzen zu Instrumenten (Astrolabium, Sonnenuhr, Quadrant, Nachtuhr), ferner zu den Tierkreiszeichen, Planeten und ihren medizinischen Wirkungen, zur Humoralpathologie, Anweisungen zum Aderlassen, Bauernregeln (Wetterbüchlein), "Der alten Weiber Philosophei" etc. "Der Vorläufer dieses Buches ist der 1547 erschienene 'Calender, mit Underrichtung'. In beiden Büchern sind früher erschienene Schriften abgedruckt, im Druck von 1551 [und 1564] Dryanders Schrift über Köbels Nachtuhr von 1535" (Zinner, S. 214). In allen Ausgaben sehr selten, insbesondere wenn vollständig: u. a. die doppelblattgroße Abbildung des "vierecketen Astrolabiums" (S. 10-11) pflegt zu fehlen. Weltweit ein Dutzend Exemplare in Bibliotheken bekannt; seit 1950 kein Exemplar im Jahrbuch der Auktionspreise nachgewiesen. - Beigebunden ist eine medizinische Rezepthandschrift von mehreren Händen, im Wesentlichen während des späten 16. und frühen 17. Jahrhunderts in deutscher, lateinischer und böhmischer Sprache geführt. Unter den Rezepten: "Das beste Kunststücklein vor die Pest" (eine auf Knoblauch und Rosenessig beruhende Schleimhauttinktur), eine Milch gegen Mandelschwellung, Zubereitungen "wieder die Schmertzen des Podagrae" und "contra dolorem dentium"; außerdem auch Küchen- und Haushaltsmittel ("Gurcken einzulegen das sie grün bleiben"), Pomologisches ("Vom Pfropffen") und Veterinärmedizinisches ("Wurm der Pferdt zu vertreiben"). Kurz vor Schluß eingeschaltet die "Schützen Regl" einer süddeutschen Schützengesellschaft in 40 Paragraphen. Am Ende der handschriftliche Katalog einer über 430 Werke umfassenden privaten Gelehrtenbibliothek des 17. Jhs., verzeichnet in den vier jeweils in sich alphabetisch geordneten Abteilungen Jurisprudenz, Medizin, Historie und Theologie (mit Angabe von Autor, Kurztitel und Format). - Der hübsche Einband mit blindgepr. Reformatoren- sowie am Hinterdeckel zusätzlicher Evangelistenrolle; vorn blindgestempelter Titel "Ymelslauffs" (am Hinterdeckel etwas beschabt, sonst wohlerhalten). Unbedeutend gebräunt; teils etwas fingerfleckig und auch vereinzelt wasserrandig. Aus dem Besitz des kaiserlichen Rats und böhmischen Landschreibers Johann Franz von Goltz (sein hs. Besitzvermerk um 1720 am Titel und hinteren Vorsatzblatt). - VD 16, A 3970. Zinner 2331. Rosenthal 3424 (incpl.). OCLC 313098375. Nicht bei Lalande oder Houzeau-Lancaster. Nicht bei Durling oder Wellcome.

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        Del modo di misurare le distantie, le superficie, i corpi, le piante, le provincie, le prospettive, & tutte le altre cose terrene, che possono occorrere a gli huomini, Secondo le uere regole d'Euclide, & de gli altri piu lodati scrittori

      1564. BARTOLI, Cosimo. Del modo di misurare le distantie, le superficie, i corpi, le piante, le provincie, le prospettive, & tutte le altre cose terrene, che possono occorrere a gli huomini, Secondo le uere regole d'Euclide, & de gli altri piu lodati scrittori. [4], 141, [3] ff. Illustrated with 163 woodcut diagrams in text (two repetitions), of which six are full-page including a medallion portrait of the Author, plus two folding woodcut plates, title-page in an elaborate architectural frame with arms of the dedicatee Cosimo de' Medici, and numerous woodcut historiated initials in two sizes. 4to., 228 x 170 mm, bound in original vellum decorated on front cover with a hexagram and another six-point ornament, with remnants of four leather ties, rubricated Latin manuscript on vellum used as binder's waste, with early ink author, title, and date on spine. In Venetia: Per Francesco Franceschi Sanese, 1564.First Edition, Talleyrand's copy, of this famous early illustrated manual on applied mathematics, used for measuring architectural elevations, heights and angles. Florentine polymath Cosimo Bartoli (1503-1572) drew on ancient and modern sources, including Euclid, Archimedes, Leon Battista Alberti, Ptolemy, Vitruvius, Juan de Rojas Sarmiento, and "Alberto Durero" (i.e., Albrecht Durer) inter alios, listed on the second leaf verso, for these instructions on using astrolabes, quadrants, and compasses for measuring distances, elevations, heights, and angles. Many of the illustrations show surveyors in the field, and objects in three-dimensional perspective. With four pages of square root charts in the final chapter followed by a handy index to the methods presented in the text, for instance, "how to measure the incline of a mountain with a quadrant," and "how to draw buildings in perspective." The woodcut title-page border is "a reduced, reverse copy of the folio border on the 1550 Florence Torrentino edition of Bartoli's translation of Alberti ... and a number of Bartoli's cuts showing the use of the astrolabe are reverse copies of the woodcuts in Michel de Vascosan's 1550 Paris edition of Rojas's Commentariorum..." (Mortimer). Copious contemporary annotations in Italian and calculations throughout, by the same reader save for one note at the bottom of f. 49, in another early hand. Clearly this copy was used by a professional for the very purpose it was published. Vellum soiled, spine crack repaired and another small repair on rear cover, minor lacing on title-page from early ink, very minor marginal worming on first two and last two leaves. Final leaf (formerly used as pastedown) repaired. PROVENANCE: Bibliothèque du Château de Valençay, the library of French diplomat Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord (1754-1838), armorial bookplate incorporating his motto "Re que Diou" on front pastedown; and twentieth-century bookplate with initials ABPM. A few contemporary ownership inscriptions cancelled in the same ink. Mortimer, Italian 45. Graesse I, 303. Riccardi, Biblioteca matematica italiana I:I, col. 90. Smith, Rara arithmetica 2, p. 135 (1589 ed.).Cicognara 421. Berlin Katalog 1701.

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        Valerio Massimo de' Detti, et Fatti notabili de' Romani. Oue, oltre alla cognitione dell' Istorie, si contengogno molti documenti, & essempi, non meno utili, che necessarij all uita humana. Con due tauole, una de' Capitoli, l'altra della cose degne di memoria

      Domenico, & Gio. Battista Guerra, fratelli, Venetia. 1564. F 1st Edition. S Soft cover. Good. Good 321 pages (complete). Velum cover. Pocket sized. In Italian throughout. Publication date on title page (beneath brand) is M.D.LXIIII ; on the final page the date of registered publication is 1563. From the press of the Battista Guerra brothers, Domenico and Giovanni from Pavia. Their publishing house was successful enough to have its own press. Their business, at one time listed among the top five in Venice, was in activity from 1560 - 1600 (although there is evidence of other publications published later under the brand (e.g. 1604)). During this time they published 360 titles amongst them, most unusually and importantly, women writers under their own names (hence their popularity with modern feminists). The brothers' business was amongst the strongest of the 16th Century in Venice as was recognised by the State on a number of occasions. So, successful that they are rated as only second to Manutius in importance and activity. Giorgio Dati from Florence was amongst the busiest translators of the time. This translation was widely published. He died in 1557. The brand of this copy is of an eagle soaring towards the sun at the top right edge, as it loses feathers. This is enclosed in a scrolled frame with the inscription "Renovata inventus". The velum cover is healthy, flexible and venerable. The book has original leather string binding. The strings are youthful and fast. Although marked and stained the cover sure and very secure. The spine has the title ('Valerio Massimo') twice in different fonts and hands. Inside, the vellum is securely attached and secured. The paste-downs are sure. The paper trims, which are neat and sure, have some surface stains and aging. All three sides have the title ('Valerio Massimo') written in different hands. It is still possible to see the handwork needed to affix and work the cover. The frontispage has a previous owner inscription in handwriting: "Ad usum Bastilij de ferraris" (For the use of Bastilij of Ferraro). The paper was to the standard enforced by the Venetian State (who took the publishing business so seriously as to strictly punish the use of low quality paper). Consequently, the pages are in good, fresh-like condition. There are sporadic and occasional stains from storage and ownership. There are also a few annotations from previous owners. The pages have printer signatures. The printing is very clear and spry. The page health is vigorous and very assured. The binding at page 145 and 168 is loosened but is still vigorous and sure. For its age this is an exciting book that is seeped in it's ownerships and histories. Shiveringly wonderful to hold. fk

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        Augeri Ferreri Tolosatis medici doctissimi de lve hispanica sive morbo gallico

      First Edition rare. Absent at the BNF. Brunet II, 1236 Vignette title. Full contemporary vellum flap. Backless lace. A small marginal wetting on the front pages. Some spots. Auger Ferrier (1513-1588) of Toulouse, was both renowned astronomer, physician and physicist (he was a private physicists Catherine de Medicis). The book is a treatise on the Spanish plague or bad Spanish, otherwise called evil Neapolitan, which is none other than the Lues and wreaked havoc in France recently (in most countries it will be called the French disease as well) . Description of the disease and remedies. Follows a chapter for barbers and remedies they may employees are not doctors (nails falling, alopecia areata?), This treaty is followed by its translation, barbers are not scientists and do not speak Latin, but often practiced various surgical operations. apud aegidium Gillium in vico Ioan Lateran Parisii (Paris) 1564 in 8 (16x10,4cm) 122pp. -5. Un Vol. relié

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        Dell'Impresse de'Greci, de gli Asiatici, de Romani, et d'altri. Con due fragmenti delle Republiche, et della grandezza di Roma, & con gli undici libri ritrouati di nuouo, tradotti per M. Lodouico Domenichi, & dal medesimo riformati & corretti, con le postille & con la tauola copiosa. É questo, secondo l'ordine da noi posto, il quinto anello della nostra collana historica

      Vinegia, Gabriel Giolitto de Ferrari 1564 - 4º menor (19,5 x 14,7 cm.) 14 h. inc. port., 546 págs., 1 h. Marca tipográfica grabada en madera en portada y última hoja. Cabeceras y capitulares grabadas en madera, todo el texto en caracteres itálicos. Plena piel del XVII, lomo con nervios y hierros en los entrenervios. En colofón consta fecha de 1562. Obra clásica del historiador griego, cuyo propósito central se centra en mostrar cómo pudo imponerse la hegemonía romana en la cuenca del Mediterráneo, mostrando cómo se encadenan los sucesos políticos y militares acontecidos en todos los rincones de este ámbito geográfico. Buen ejemplar. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Sommaire Recueil des choses mémorables, que le Seigneur Prince de Condé a protestées et faites pour la gloire de Dieu, repos & utilité du Royaume de France ; contre les autheurs des troubles, advenues depuis l'an mil cinq cens soixante jusqu'à présent

      Imprimé nouvellement 1564 - Petit in-12 de 576 p. relié en parchemin souple avec des claies de parchemin visibles. Couverture très fatiguée, jaunie, craquelée, moitié supérieure du dernier plat manquante, dernière page déchirée en tête. Sinon le corps d'ouvrage est poussiéreux mais bien conservé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [Most fruitfull and learned commentaries of Doctor Peter Martir Vermil Florentine]

      [London: John Day Folio (31 cm, 12.25"). 288 ff. (6 prelim. ff. {incl. t.-p.} & 8 final lacking).. 1564] First edition in English of In librum Judicum commentarii doctissimi, Peter Martyr's commentary on the Book of Judges. The author (1499–1562) was an Italian theologian who, like Luther, began his religious life as an Augustinian friar but converted to the Protestant cause. He was closely associated on the continent with Ochino, Bucer, and some prominent Lutherans, and, while in England where he held the Regius Chair of Divinity at Oxford, was an intimate of Thomas Cranmer and Bishop Jewel. Here, among other points, he examines the natures of government and of political resistance, and debates Catholic reasoning for temporal power of the clergy. => The text is printed almost entirely in black-letter with decorative capitals. Provenance & Evidence of Readership: Various inked annotations including ownership inscriptions and doodles by one Richard Weaver, with Weaver's inscriptions dated 1718 through 1722; a few instances of underlining and one marginal note appearing to have been done by an earlier hand — possibly an overly enthusiastic John Asterley, as one annotation reads "John Asterley not his Booke 1694." Occasional early inked corrections, including the lining-through of what would seem to be a rather crucial => "not" in one theological statement. Period-style morocco, spine with raised bands and gilt-stamped leather title-label; blind ruling from bands extending decoratively onto covers and these also framed in blind. Lacking six preliminary leaves and eight final (including the title-page, Day's prefatory letters, the final table, and the colophon); lower (closed) edges institutionally rubber-stamped, first page with inked numeral in lower margin, no other markings. First leaf and one other early one each with lower portion repaired some time ago not affecting text, and final leaf with portion of outer margin repaired with losses to three shouldernotes; other old and some recent repairs to margins or corners. Pages age-toned with intermittent smudges, spots, and waterstaining, none devastating; one leaf with portion of lower margin (only) torn away. One leaf slightly roughly excised between leaves 116 and 117, with both text and pagination continuous and uninterrupted regardless; one clean stub between 118 and 119. Annotations and doodles as above. The primary body of text is present and => complete here despite losses at front and back, and offers interesting evidence of engagement (or lack thereof?) by multiple readers.

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        Des Circkels und Richtscheyts, auch der Perspectiva und Proportion der Menscher

      Frankfurt: [Georg Raben for Sigmund Feyerabend and Heinrich Lautensack], 1564. Title in red and black. With printer's device (Heitz, Frankfurter und Mainzer Drucker und Verleger Zeichen, 90), 3 folding woodcut plates, and 107 woodcut text illustrations. Early vellum, new endpapers; title remargined, occasional soiling and some browning to extremities, otherwise a nice copy with sharp impression to the plates. Preserved in a clamshell box. First edition of this rare treatise on perspective and draughtsmanship, important for its use by artists, architects, and goldsmiths. The woodcuts are all the author's original work, though he was clearly influenced by Leonardo and Dürer. The text begins with elements of linear geometry, and moves towards more detailed presentations of two-dimensional figures and the construction of stereometrical bodies. The third part, on human proportion, owes much to Dürer's Vier Bucher von Menschlicher Proportion (1525); this section also includes woodcuts illustrating the proper proportions of a horse. Lautensack's discussion of perspective is accompanied by illustrations of basic geometrical forms, ending with a fine folding plate depicting the Emperor's Hall in the Römer, Frankfurt's city hall and the site of the coronation of the Holy Roman Emperors. An early imprint from the famous Feyerabend publishing dynasty, the author's preface indicates that the printing of this work began on July 26, 1563. Lautensack (1522-68), an artist, goldsmith, and woodblock-cutter, lived in Frankfurt am Main. He was influenced by his father, Paul, and by his brother, Hans Sebald Beham, both skilled painters and engravers. This book is extremely scarce; few copies have survived the constant use by the artists who utilized this work for their profession.

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        Thucydidis Olori filii de bello Peloponnesiaco libri octo

      Henricus Stephanus (Henri Estienne II), 1564. Leather Bound. Good. [Geneva]: Henricus Stephanus (Henri Estienne II), 1564. First Estienne edition. Folio, pp. [16] 1-297 [3], 1-216 [8] (collation available on request). Bound in full calf with simple blind tooling. Six unadorned panels, the second a partial red morocco label, only "DIDIS" remaining from Thucididis. A gilt pattern once adorned the board edges, mostly worn away. Wear and staining to the boards, corners showing. The front board is detached and has a 2 cm fore edge tear in the leather along with a 1 cm hanging piece of the leather from a scrape near the fore edge. Small, 1 mm hole in the leather 9 cm up from the bottom. Pencil markings on the pastedowns with a prior owner's bookplate showing a kneeling dog and listing "Edith Weston Hall, Stamford." Soil and foxing to the binder's blanks and title page, the remaining leaves quite nice, showing only occasional spotting. Hinge gapped between pages 257-58. Estienne woodcut device with "noli altum sapere" on the title page. The text is Thucydides's History of the Peloponnesian War first in Greek then followed in Latin translation. We find only one other in the trade (January 2015).

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        Canones, et Decreta sacrosancti oecumenici et generalis concilii Tridentini

      Rome: Apud Paulum Manutium, MDLXIIII [1564]. Second folio edition, with dated privilege leaf. Contemporary or slightly later vellum, spine titled in gilt; edges stained blue. Pp. I-CCXXXVII, 1 blank, [11] page index. Large Aldine anchor device on title page. Some foxing; hole repaired on pp. 165-172, costing a few words on each page. The blank page [240] carries the manuscript attestations of the Secretary (Angelo Massarelli) and two Notaries (Marcus Antoninus Peregrinus and Cynthius Pamphilus) of the Council. Armorial stamp at base of title page. This is the first edition to contain the index; as in the first edition the page numbering is in Roman numerals; the third folio edition used Arabic numerals The Council of Trent which occurred in 25 sessions from 1545-1563 was the first modern age Catholic ecumenical council. 1564 saw the first publications of its canons and decrees, many editions followed within the same year, and subsequently. These acts condemned the Protestant doctrines, reformed the Catholic church's administration and discipline, and established elements of Catholic doctrine.

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        PVB Virgilii Maronis Opera

      1564 - Ex officina Chriftophori Plantini. In-16. CXXVIII + 448p. Plein veau, dos lisse richement décoré au petit fer, pièce de titre grenat avec titrage doré. Plats encadrés de triple filets, liseré sur les coupes, tranches dorées. Reliure aux armes sur les plats. (Comte) Ex-Libris. Coins émoussés, lacune en coiffe inférieure et mouillure sur premières pages (Cinquantaine) BRUNET : "Jolie édition revue d'après de bons manuscrits et éditions anciennes. Exemplaire recherché et rare." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Pratique judiciaire es causes criminelles, tres utile et necessaire a tous baillifz, prevostz, seneschaux, escoutettes, maires, drossartz & autres justiciers & officiers de toutes provinces

      Jean Bellere, Anvers 1564 - In-4. Collation : (8), 228, (22) ff. Maroquin brun, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Traité de droit criminel célèbre pour son illustration qui représente les actions criminelles les plus variées: vols, homicides, parjures, sacrilèges, fornications, "péché contre nature" (avec soi-même, avec hommes, avec bêtes). , les procédures qu'il faut suivre et les châtiemnts correspondants: tortures, exécutions, prisons, galères. Seconde édition en français. Elle est illustrée de 69 bois gravés, soit 14 de plus que la première édition. Revue et augmentée par l'auteur, elle est "enrichie des ordonnances, statutz & coutusmes de France." On trouve plus souvent cet ouvrage en latin. Les deux éditions en français sont rares. Provenance : Grand supra libris doré sur les plats du libraire et collectionneur lyonnais Louis Brun. lion avec Provenance : Ex-libris gravé et grand supra libris doré sur les plats du libraire et collectionneur lyonnais Louis Brun. Un lion avec les armes de la ville de Lyon, un cartouche doré "Nobirulus", qui est l'anagramme de Louis Brun et la date de 1887, qui est celle à laquelle Louis Brun succèdait à son père dans sa librairie, fondée en 1847. Bel exemplaire. Brunet 2, 479. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Il Petrarca con la dichiaratione del vero giorno del suo innamoramento

      Lyon, Gullielmo Rovillio 1564 - 8º menor (11,7 x 7,2 cm). 8 h. inc. port. con grabado en madera, 387 p., 6 h. de tabla. Impresión en cursiva. Piel valenciana de principios del siglo XIX, greca dorada en planos, lomo liso, con hierros y tejuelo rojo: el petrarca, cantos dorados. Pequeño taladro de polilla en la esquina inferior drecha de las últimas hojas, afectando ligeramente [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        EPITOME IN PROSODIAM EX VARIIS SCRIPTORIBUS COMPENDIOSE COLLECTA

      VENETIIS: APUD HIERONYMUM CAVALCALUPUM, 1564. In 24. Dim. 11,5x8 cm. Pp. 267+(5). Rara opera del 1564 scritta dal poeta e grammatico francese fiorito nella seconda metà del XVI secolo Bartelon Pantaleon. L'opera è una prosodia latina e geca. Nella prima parte la prosodia latina, segue carmine e metro, sillabe e accenti, figure, accenti latini e greci. Collazionata e risultata completa. Antiche note manoscritte. Raro, solo cinque copie censite su ICCU. Alto valore. Copertina in mezza tela in buone condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e dorso. Legatura in buone condizioni. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con rare fioriture. Ultima pagina bianca in parte tagliata.Scarce work of 1564 written by the french poet and grammarian of the second half of the XVI century Bartelon Pantaleon. The work is a greek and latin prosody. In the first part the latin prosody, then carmine and metre, accents, figures, latin and greeks accents. Collationed and complete work. Ancient manuscripted notes. Scarce, only five copies censored in ICCU. High value. Half cloth cover in good general conditions slightly worn in the edges and spine. Binding in good conditions. Inside pages are in good conditions with occasional foxings. Last white page partially cut.

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        Richtschnur Christliches glaubens/ allen Christen zu nutz vnd gut/ auß dem Hanff so im Acker der Göttlichen schrifft fürnemblich gewachsen/ durch ein armen schüler Melchiorem de Fabris Tyrolensem, gedrewet vnd gewunden ..

      Ingolstadt, Alexander und Samuel Weißenhorn 1564.. [8], 102 (von 103) Bl. Restaurierter Lederband auf zwei Bünden. Innen durchgeh. gebräunt. Das fehlende (letzte) Bl. 103 liegt als Photokopie bei. VD16 F 488. Nicht bei ADB.

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