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        IN OMNES PAULI APOSTOLI EPISTOLAS ATQUE ETIAM IN EPISTOLAM AD HEBRAEOS, & OMNES CANONICAS, IO. CALVINI COMMENTARII.

      Genevae, excudebat Thomas Curteus, 1565.FOURTH EDITION 1565 (first published in 1551), Latin text. Thick 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, pages: [12], 1002, [44] - index; [8], 185, [27] - index, final page blank, with separate dated title page to Epistolae Canonicae, some errors in page numbering but all catchwords correct, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in antique full calf, blind ruled border to covers, oval decorative blind - stamped medallion in centre of covers, raised bands and blind rules to spine, no label or lettering. Binding worn, old repairs to head of spine and fore - edge of upper cover, tiny splits to upper hinge where raised bands meet the upper cover, cover still firmly attached, 20 mm (¾") crack to top of upper hinge with slight loss of leather, "CAL: EPIST" written on fore - edges in ink, pastedowns replaced at some time, that at the front cut to reveal early inscription, 3 small early inscriptions to front endpaper, which has repair to lower corner, title page dusty and lightly stained and with neat repairs to upper and lower edges, intermittent pale damp staining to lower corners throughout, showing more extensively and more heavily with some brown spotting from page 111 of the second part to the end, all still perfectly legible, some erosion to tip of lower outer corners from page 511 to the end, showing noticeably in the second part, intermittent underlining, notes in an early hand and emphasis marks in the margin, 5 small margin corners torn off, small piece torn from 1 fore - edge margin, small worm track in upper margin from page 715 - 725 just affecting 1 letter on 3 pages, 2 small closed edge tears, one just affecting text, neatly repaired with no loss of text, some light brown staining to text on 2 pages, no loss, last 3 leaves of final index ragged in lower margin and repaired neatly, no loss of text. Binding tight and firm. A good working copy only of a scarce early edition of Calvin's commentary on the Pauline epistles. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

      [Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A.]
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        Ioannis Caluini in viginti prima Ezechielis Prophetae capita Praelectiones

      Genevae: Ex officina Francisci Perrini , 1565. Fine. Ex officina Francisci Perrini , Genevae 1565, in-8 (12x19,5cm), (10f.) 412ff. (20f.) Sig : *10 a-z8 A-Z8 Aa-Hh8, relié. - Second posthumous edition, of which only thirty copies known of the rare first edition, containing a foreword by Theodore Beza, Calvin's successor in the form of exhortation to the leader of the Protestants of France, Admiral Gaspard de Coligny. This edition was published a few months later in a French translation by the same publisher. Thirty-four entries per page initials engraved vignette of the editor and some handwriting on the title page. Half morocco binding in midnight blue wedge mid XIX signed Galette, back with five nerves decorated with ornate boxes, bookbinder's signature tail guards and contreplats of handmade paper, all red edges. Some scuffs and corners slightly rubbed. Waterstains more angular and three marginal restorations of paper and a small gallery to deftly filled the title page. Nice copy with wide margins. The lessons of the twenty first chapters of the revelations of the prophet Ezekiel, are the latest Calvin gave before his death in 1564. They were collected in Latin by Jean Bude and Secretary of Calvin, Charles Jonviller, responsible for recording many of the comments of the pastor. Like the Book of the Apocalypse, the Ezekiel may be called mystery book as it contains images difficult to interpret, Ezekiel is probably the most mystical of all the prophets. In these lessons, we distinguish as the preacher that was primarily Calvin the theologian rigorous attention to the objective meaning of the original text that greenhouse closer than had made no commentator before him. His main thesis is the ethical concern of God who orders the world, and the comments are never far from the contemporary situation. According Beza, the dedication to Admiral of France was desired by Calvin himself so that he draws valuable lessons. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Seconde édition posthume, dont on connaît seulement trente exemplaires de la très rare première édition, contenant une préface de Théodore de Bèze, successeur de Calvin, sous forme d'exhortation au chef des Protestants de France, l'amiral Gaspard de Coligny. Cette édition est parue quelques mois plus tard dans une traduction française chez le même éditeur. Trente-quatre lignes par page, lettrines gravées, vignette de l'éditeur et quelques mentions manuscrites sur la page de titre. Reliure en demi-maroquin bleu nuit à coins milieu XIXème signé Galette, dos à cinq nerfs décoré de caissons richement ornés, signature du relieur en queue, gardes et contreplats de papier à la cuve, toutes tranches rouges. Quelques épidermures et coins très légèrement frottés. Plusieurs mouillures angulaires ainsi que trois restaurations marginales de papier et une infime galerie de vers habilement comblée en page de titre. Bel exemplaire à grandes marges. Ces leçons sur les vingt premiers chapitres des révélations du prophète Ezéchiel, sont les dernières que Calvin a données avant sa mort en 1564. Elles furent recueillies en latin par Jean Budé et le secrétaire de Calvin, Charles de Jonviller, chargés d'enregistrer plusieurs des commentaires du pasteur. A l'instar du livre de l'Apocalypse, celui d'Ezéchiel peut-être appelé livre de mystères tant il contient d'images difficiles à interpréter, Ezéchiel étant sans doute le plus mystique de tous les prophètes. Dans ces leçons, on distingue autant le prédicateur qu'était avant tout Calvin que le théologien rigoureux attentif au sens objectif du texte original qu'il serre de plus près que ne l'avait fait aucun commentateur avant lui. Sa thèse principale est le souci éthique de Dieu qui ordonne le monde, et les commentaires ne sont jamais éloignés de la situation contemporaine. Selon de Bèze, la dédicace à l'amiral de France fut voulue par Calvin lui-même afin que ce dernier en tire des leçons profitables. 

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        Trattato di Peste composto in lingua Italiana.dove ciascuno potrà apprendere il vero modo di curar la peste, & i carboni; & di conservarvisi sano in detto tempo.

      appresso Marco di Maria Salernitano, In Vinegia 1565 - In-8 (170x110 mm.), pp. 112. Marca tipogr. in xilogr. al front. Leg. in cart. mod. Lievissimi segni di umidità alle prime carte. Prima edizione italiana (uscita nello stesso anno in lingua latina) di questo importante trattato epidemiologico di Prospero Borgarucci, professore di anatomia nell'Università di Padova, assurto alla massima celebrità per avere ritrovato e curato l'edizione della "Chirurgia Magna" vesaliana. Bibliogr. Olschki, Choix, 2921. Durling, pag. 81. Raro. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Iacobi Menochii iureconsulti in omnes praecipuas Recuperandae Possesionis constitutiones commentaria responsa causae finariensis a multis Italiae celeberrimis iureconsultorum.; LEG. CON Responsa in causa finariensi reddita Iacobo Menochio Iureconsulto auctore nunc edita

      Torrentinus, Monte Regali 1565 - 2 voll. in 4 rilegati in un tomo, pp. 323; 6 + (2b) + 107 + 12 + (1b).ÂGalleria di tarlo al margine interno bianco delle prime 7 cc. Leggermente rifilato il margine superiore. Restauro all'angolo superiore dell'ultima carta di indice del II volume. Legatura in piena pg. coeva con gora al p. ant. e fori di tarlo ai piatti. Rarissima edizione orig. stampata a Mondovi', dal Torrentino, di ques'opera giuridica sul possesso che conobbe numerose edizioni, trentasette, fra il 1577 e il 1687 e fu un testo di riferimento fondamentale. Menochio, giurista tra i piu' reputati del suo tempo, nacque a Pavia nel 1532, qui consegui' il dottorato nel 1556, poi insegno' a Pavia, quindi a Mondovi' dove venne stampata l'opera, poi a Padova e di nuovo a Pavia. LAT

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        IN OMNES PAULI APOSTOLI EPISTOLAS ATQUE ETIAM IN EPISTOLAM AD HEBRAEOS, & OMNES CANONICAS, IO. CALVINI COMMENTARII

      Genevae, excudebat Thomas Curteus, 1565.. FOURTH EDITION 1565 (first published in 1551), Latin text. Thick 8vo, approximately 200 x 120 mm, 8 x 4¾ inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, pages: [12], 1002, [44] - index; [8], 185, [27] - index, final page blank, with separate dated title page to Epistolae Canonicae, some errors in page numbering but all catchwords correct, collated and guaranteed complete, bound in antique full calf, blind ruled border to covers, oval decorative blind-stamped medallion in centre of covers, raised bands and blind rules to spine, no label or lettering. Binding worn, old repairs to head of spine and fore-edge of upper cover, tiny splits to upper hinge where raised bands meet the upper cover, cover still firmly attached, 20 mm (¾") crack to top of upper hinge with slight loss of leather, "CAL: EPIST" written on fore-edges in ink, pastedowns replaced at some time, that at the front cut to reveal early inscription, 3 small early inscriptions to front endpaper, which has repair to lower corner, title page dusty and lightly stained and with neat repairs to upper and lower edges, intermittent pale damp staining to lower corners throughout, showing more extensively and more heavily with some brown spotting from page 111 of the second part to the end, all still perfectly legible, some erosion to tip of lower outer corners from page 511 to the end, showing noticeably in the second part, intermittent underlining, notes in an early hand and emphasis marks in the margin, 5 small margin corners torn off, small piece torn from 1 fore-edge margin, small worm track in upper margin from page 715-725 just affecting 1 letter on 3 pages, 2 small closed edge tears, one just affecting text, neatly repaired with no loss of text, some light brown staining to text on 2 pages, no loss, last 3 leaves of final index ragged in lower margin and repaired neatly, no loss of text. Binding tight and firm. A good working copy only of a scarce early edition of Calvin's commentary on the Pauline epistles. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        IL PRIMO LIBRO DE MADRIGALI A SEI VOCI NOVAMENTE PER ANTONIO GARDANO CON NOVA GIUNTA RISTAMPATO.

      appresso Antonio Cardano 1565 Album oblungo in - 16 (mm. 153 x 215), cartoncino muto, 16 cc.nn. di musica notata, ornato da grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta inc. su legno. "Rara edizione" ?con nova gionta dei madrigali a sei voci per ?basso??. In fine sono posti un madrigale di Claudio da Correggio ed un altro di Cambio Perissone. Il mantovano Alessandro Striggio è tra i più noti compositori italiani del Cinquecento (nato verso il 1535). Non si hanno sue notizie prima del 1559 quando un suo madrigale apparve in una raccolta pubblicata a Venezia, ma probabilmente a tale data aveva già composto e pubblicato i madrigali a 5 voci e a 6 voci. Dapprima al servizio di Cosimo de Medici, nell?estate del 1589 fu alla corte di Alfonso d?Este il quale lo mise a parte delle speciali pratiche musicali della corte estense da cui trasse suggerimenti e spunti per alcuni madrigali. A un suo illustre contemporaneo lo Striggio apparve come uno dei pochissimi compositori dai quali si potesse sperare la riforma di ?tutta quella musica, la qual degenerando è divenuta molle ed effeminata? (Torquato Tasso, La Cavalletta). In particolare Striggio appartiene alla storia del teatro musicale con le musiche composte per feste e mascherate rappresentate alla corte medicea. Cfr. Fetis,VIII, p. 304 - 305 che non cita la ns. ediz. e precisa: ?Le talent de Striggio consistait principalement dans l?art d?exprimer la parole par le chant. Lui, Peri, Caccini e Monteverdi peuvent etre considérés comme les premiers qui ont essayé ce moyen d?effet si puissant?. Ultima carta restaur. per mancanze che intaccano anche alcune note e parole, qui sapientemente ritrascritte; con tracce d?uso, ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        De Rerum Natura libri sex. A D. Lambino. nuper ope veteru[m] cidiciis a multis medis vindicati, nunc ab eodem recogniti, & perpurgati.

      Paris: in aedibus Rouillii 1565 - title-page with woodcut border, this just shaved at head and with a slim strip of blank area excised at foot, the two blank leaves V8 and +8 discarded, light browning in places, a little dampmarking at end, pp. [xxxviii], 287, [23], 16mo, seventeenth-century sprinkled calf, spine gilt in compartments, red morocco lettering piece a little chipped, some wear to foot of spine and front joint, printed label partially removed from front pastedown, old ownership inscription to flyleaf, some other pencil marks to endpapers, good. The first 'pocket' version of Lambin's Lucretius. Lambin's important edition, textually one of the best ever produced and accompanied by a copious and significant commentary, was published over the turn of the year from 1563 to 1564. It 'stimulated a demand for a pocket edition giving the scholar's text without the notes. This demand having come from "men who were not only of high rank and famous but also learned" (amplissimi et ornatissimi iidemque doctissimi viri), Lambin made haste to satisfy it and carefully reconsidered the text in the light of suggestions he had received from other scholars. The results were printed in 1565and make the most attractive pocket edition of Lucretius that has ever appeared' (Gordon). (Gordon 203)

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        Cort, Cornelis. - "Angelica salvata da Ruggero".

      - Kupferstich / Linienstich, 1565. Von Cornelis Cort, nach Tizian. 30,0 x 44,3 cm (Darstellung / Blatt) / 31 x 45 cm (Trägerblatt). In der Platte rechts unten signiert "Titianus / Cornelio cort. fe". Links unten: "Cum priuilegio", unterhalb der Figure der Angelika Datum: "1565". - Die Darstellung geht auf den X. Gesang des Rasenden Rolands (Orlando furiosa) zurück, ein Epos von Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533). Roland (Roger/Ruggiero) reitet auf einem Hippogryphen über Kleinbritannien und erblickt die angekettete und von einer Bestie bedrohte Angelika: "Und, abwärts schauend, plötzlich dort gefunden Angelika, an nackten Fels gebunden! Gebunden harrte sie an Meeres Borden, Verschluckt zu werden von dem grausen Tier". - Blatt bis auf die Plattenkante beschnitten. Größerer Eckenausriß oben links. Die Blattränder alt auf Büttenpapiern gesetzt. Partiell leicht fleckig und knickspurig. Insgesamt mangelhafter bis mäßig guter Zustand. Cornelis Cort (1533 Hoorn - 1578 Rom). Niederländischer Landschaftszeichner, Kupferstecher und Radierer. Vor der Übersiedlung nach Italien arbeitete Cort für den Verleger Hieronymus Cock in Amsterdam. Ab 1565 war er als Reproduktionsstecher für Tizian in Venedig tätig. Seit 1567 ist er in Rom bei den dortigen Verlegern beschäftigt. 1571 war Cort nochmals für Tizian in Venedig tätig. Seinen Lebensabend verlebte er in Rom. Tizian (1488-90 Pieve di Cadore - 1576 Venedig). Italienischer Maler, Hauptmeister der venezianischen Renaissance. Kam mit 9 Jahren als Schüler von Gentile und Giovanni Bellini nach Venedig. Entwickelte mit einem ausgeprägten Kolorismus und einer sehr freien Maltechnik einen eigenständigen Personalstil. Das Spätwerk weist in seiner extremen malerischen Haltung auf das Zeitalter des Barock voraus. Zu seinen Auftraggebern und Sammlern gehörten die mächtigsten Herrscherfamilien Europas, er wurde von Päpsten und Kaisern hofiert. 1533 erhob ihn Kaiser Karl V. in den Adelsstand und ernannte ihn zum kaiserlichen Hofmaler. Man feierte ihn aufgrund seiner unerreichten Malkunst und durchaus auch seines gehobenen Lebenstils als den Malerfürsten seiner Zeit. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Discorso sopra la mascherata della genealogia degl'iddei de' gentili. Mandata fuori dall'illustrissimo et eccellentiss. s. Duca di Firenze, et Siena il giorno 21 di Febbraio 1565.

      appresso i Giunti 1565 [in fine: 1566]. In - 4° (cm. 20,2), legatura coeva in p. pergamena floscia con tit. ms. al dorso (lievi tracce d'usura), tagli rossi; pp. 130 [i.e. 124], [4]; stemma mediceo al frontespizio, iniziali figurate e marca tipografica sul verso dell'ultima carta. Qualche lieve fioritura, errori nella numerazione, Ex Libris al contropiatto e timbro del noto collezionista Gustavo Camillo Galletti (1805 - 1868) al frontespizio. Edizione originale e unica. Cronaca delle feste per le nozze di Francesco de' Medici, figlio di Cosimo, e dell'arciduchessa Giovanna d'Austria, nipote di Carlo V, come spiegazione della complessa trama di significati allegorici e simbolici della sfilata. Carri e cortei che marciarono sotto archi trionfali vennero anche immortalati da disegni di Vasari conservati agli Uffizi. «Spettacoli ricchi e grandiosi: libro raro e prezioso» [Cicognara 1375]. Cfr. Gamba 2750; Ruggieri (1873) 708; Melzi I, 311.

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        IL PRIMO LIBRO DE MADRIGALI A SEI VOCI NOVAMENTE PER ANTONIO GARDANO CON NOVA GIUNTA RISTAMPATO

      Venetia, appresso Antonio Cardano, 1565. Album oblungo in-16 (mm. 153 x 215), cartoncino muto, 16 cc.nn. di musica notata, ornato da grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta inc. su legno. "Rara edizione" ?"con nova gionta dei madrigali a sei voci per ?'basso?'?". In fine sono posti un madrigale di Claudio da Correggio ed un altro di Cambio Perissone. Il mantovano Alessandro Striggio è tra i più noti compositori italiani del Cinquecento (nato verso il 1535). Non si hanno sue notizie prima del 1559 quando un suo madrigale apparve in una raccolta pubblicata a Venezia, ma probabilmente a tale data aveva già composto e pubblicato i madrigali a 5 voci e a 6 voci. Dapprima al servizio di Cosimo de Medici, nell?'estate del 1589 fu alla corte di Alfonso d?'Este il quale lo mise a parte delle speciali pratiche musicali della corte estense da cui trasse suggerimenti e spunti per alcuni madrigali. A un suo illustre contemporaneo lo Striggio apparve come uno dei pochissimi compositori dai quali si potesse sperare la riforma di ?'tutta quella musica, la qual degenerando è divenuta molle ed effeminata?' (Torquato Tasso, La Cavalletta). In particolare Striggio appartiene alla storia del teatro musicale con le musiche composte per feste e mascherate rappresentate alla corte medicea. Cfr. Fetis,VIII, p. 304-305 che non cita la ns. ediz. e precisa: ?"Le talent de Striggio consistait principalement dans l?'art d?'exprimer la parole par le chant. Lui, Peri, Caccini e Monteverdi peuvent etre considérés comme les premiers qui ont essayé ce moyen d?'effet si puissant?". Ultima carta restaur. per mancanze che intaccano anche alcune note e parole, qui sapientemente ritrascritte; con tracce d?'uso, ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        Des Löblichen Hauss und Fürstenthumbs Obern unnd Nidern Bayren Freyheiten. Jetzt gemehrt und widerumb getruckt. München, A. Berg 1568. Fol. 2 Bll., 237 S., 7 Bll., mit Titelholzschnitt, Hpgt. d. 18. Jhdts.

      . . VD 16 B 954 - Maillinger I, 271 - Pfister I, 4282 - Lentner 3181: "Selten. Inhaltlich und drucktechnisch wertvoll!" - Die landesherrlichen Privilegien für die Landstände, niedergelegt in 64 Freibriefen von 1311 bis 1565. Das dauerndste und wichtigste Recht daraus war das der Steuerbewilligung, Steuererhebung und Steuerverwaltung (vgl. Spindler II, 577).- Gegen Ende etw. gebräunt und stockfleckig, das Register stärker gebräunt, Ebd. etw. berieben und bestoßen.

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        The eyght bookes of Caius Iulius Caesar conteyning his martiall exploytes in the Realme of Gallia

      London: by William Seres,, 1565. and the Countries bordering uppon the same translated oute of Latin into English by Arthur Goldinge G. Octavo (140 × 84 mm). Early 19th-century half calf, rebacked with original spine laid down and relined. Title within ornamental woodcut border, black letter, with printed side-notes. Provenance: Early inscriptions by members of the Moore family on approximately 10 leaves, including "Robert Moore his booke witness to be same Thomas Morre and if any more requir Sarah Moore" on f. 84; David ?Wheeler 1694, ownership inscription on f. 185; William Longfield, armorial bookplate; Selbourne Library, small circular inkstamp at foot of title verso (blank). A little closely trimmed at fore edge, just touching one letter of side-note on fol. 2, some light dampstaining, two conjugate leaves (R1 and R8) a little shorter at foot (probably a print-shop accident), last leaves a little frayed at foot not affecting text, a very good copy. Rare first complete edition in English of De Bello Gallico, Caesar's commentaries on the Gallic Wars, including the eighth book by Aulus Hircius. This copy has the first setting "by Willyam Serres dwel-..." in the colophon. Golding began the translation of this very important book "at the instigation of Cecil, who had sent him an unfinished translation of Caesar's work by John Brende and suggested that he should complete it; however, in order to 'have the body of the whole Storye compacted unyforme and of one stile throughout' (sig. *3r), Golding decided to translate the whole himself. In all his prose translations, his writing has a robust and lively quality, and renders the original accurately" (ODNB). The printer William Seres was closely associated with William Cecil; during Mary's reign, he even acted as Cecil's rent collector. The same year as this, Seres also printed the first four books of Golding's translation of Ovid, a work which was to have a notable influence on William Shakespeare.

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        La Graunde Abridgement Collect par le Judge . . . Anthony Fitzherbert [with] La Secounde Part du Graund Abridgement [with] La table conteynant en sommarie les choses notables en la graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 10956 & 10956.5. Three Volumes in Two

      The magisterial Tottel printing of "the decisive book--the book that 'made' the Common Law", containing over 13,000 abridged case-notes arranged alphabetically by subject in some 263 titles and digesting hundreds of years of medieval case law. Contemporary calf, quite worn, some repairs, the second volume rebacked, repair to its last leaf, else very clean with wide margins; the Taussig copy. In Aedibus Ricardi Tottell [imprint varies], London, 1565.

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        Opera D. Basilii Magni caesariae cappadociae episcopi omnia:. . iam recens per Wolfgangus Musculum partim locis aliquot castigata, partim luculentis accessionibus aucta. .

      1565. . 1565 - Ioan. Oporinum et Haeredes Ioannis Hervagii . Basilea. . 1 Vol. . Tom.I(6H+ 484pgs.+10H) Tom.II(388pgs.+index) Tom.III(491+index). Folio. Media piel con puntas. Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVI . Tres tomos en un volumen. Sólo se encuentran 4 ejemplares en España, según el Catálogo Colectivo del Patrimonio Bibliográfico Español. Encuadernado en media piel de época con puntas, dorados y tejuelo en lomera. Tapas fatigadas. Texto en buen estado .

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        De methodo medendi sectiones quator...

      CARDANO, Girolamo. De methodo medendi sectiones quator... Parisiis, in Aedibus Rouillij, (Rovilli), 1565. In - 8° antico, pergamena coeva (stanca). (16), 393, (15) pp., insegna tipografica in tre frontespizi (prima, seconda e quarta sezione), fregio centrale in fine. Lievissime ombreggiature di umidità all' angolo inferiore, ma esemplare abbastanza ben conservato. Contenuto: Sectione prima, recentorarum medicorum errores centum refelluntur. - Sectione secunda, de simplicium madicamentorum nocumentis agitur, et eorum usus ad annussim enucleatur. - Sectione tertia, admirandes curationes, et praedictones morborum continet. - Sectione quarta, Consilia in diversis morborum generibus complectitur. Rara edizione parigina. Hirsh, I, p. 829. Durling, 843. Wellcome, I, 1279.

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        ANTIDOTARIUM GENERALE, ET SPECIALE, PER IOAN. IACOBUM VUECKERUM BASILIENSEM, EX OPT. AUTHORUM TAM VETERUM, QUAM RECENTIORUM, SCRIPTIS FIDELITER CONGESTUM, & METHODICÈ DISPOSITUM, NUNC VERO SUPRA PRIORES EDITIONES UBERRIMÈ MULTIS NOVIS, & OPTIMIS FORMULIS, AUCTUM & EXORNATUM. ADIECTIS ELENCHIS LOCUPLENTISSIMIS, CUM SUPERIORIORUM LICENTIA, & PRIVILEGIO.    

      Esemplare in buone condizioni Legatura coeva in pergamena ITALIANO Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con titolo manoscritto al dorso, antico restauro integrativo allo scomparto inferiore del medesimo; alla carta bianca di guardia, antiche  note manoscritte di appartenenza privata. 8 carte non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo  e bella marca tipografica con una sirena a doppia coda; 111 pagine numerate a 222 colonne (due per pagina); 9 pagine non numerate di indici; 4 carte non numerate, compreso un frontespizio identico al primo; 604 pagine numerate a 1210 colonne (due per pagina); 41 pagine non numerate di indici; mancanza della carta bianca finale di guardia. Nella prima parte dell'opera, dalle colonne 151 - 52 alle colonne 183 - 84, numerose illustrazioni a silografia sulla distillazione. L'autore insegnò dialettica e  retorica a Basilea, dove nacque, prima di ricevere il dottorato presso la Facoltà di Medicina. La sua dedizione contribuì molto a ridurre il numero di vittime della peste che devastò Basilea nel 1565. Nel 1566 è stato nominato primo medico a Colmar, la città dove morì nel 1586.   L'opera, divisa in due parti è un'edizione riunita di due trattati apparsi separatamente a Basilea: l'Antidotarium Generale, nel 1576 e l'Antidotarium Speciale, nel 1577.   Il primo trattato comprende un libro sulla distillazione, con numerose xilografie. Il secondo, l'Antidotarium speciale è un voluminoso trattato sui rimedi, dove il vino gioca un ruolo importante. Cfr. Aboca "Come il bibliografo Duveen ci indica, di questo Antidotarium generale et speciale, interessa specialmente la parte che dà le istruzioni per compiere le operazioni chimiche ed illustra vari tipi di apparati alchemici. Ma, come dice il frontespizio, il suo pregio è di prendere fedelmente il meglio degli scritti di "ottimi autori antichi e recenti" e disporre il tutto con metodo. L'elenco di questi autori, già citati nella prefazione, è riassunto a cominciare da pagina 4 ed è tanto incredibilmente vasto da diventare un vero e proprio repertorio. Vi sono inseriti alchimisti antichi come Arnaldo da Villanova, medici antichi come Avicenna, Ippocrate e Mesuè, medici contemporanei come Bartolomeo Quaranta ed il Falloppio, botanici contemporanei come Fuchs e Dodoneo ed altri maestri dell'importanza di Galeno, Fracastoro, Giovanni Battista Porta, Bauhin e Andrea Laguna. Un riassunto enciclopedico con conoscenze trasversali di tutte le materie. Nella prefazione Wecker afferma che i "dispensatori" antichi e moderni sono numerosi, ma le loro diversità inducono ad avere difficoltà nel reperimento pratico dei medicamenti e nella comoda somministrazione. Analizziamo come esempio il termine "aqua": nell'indice ricorre per almeno venticinque volte dall'"aqua somnifera" all'"aqua vitae optima", all'"aqua dentes dealbantes": i temi trattati vanno dalla medicina alla botanica ed alla farmacia.". Esemplare complessivamente in buone condizioni, modesta macchia di inchiostro sbiadito all'angolo superiore di alcune carte nella prima parte; macchiolina con piccola lacuna senza perdita di testo al bordo inferiore della colonna 362, modesto alone all'angolo  superiore interno di poche carte verso la fine del volume.  

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        Prosopographiae herorum atque illustrium virorum totius Germaniae.

      Basel, Brylinger, 1565.. Bde 1 - 2 (von 3) in 1 Bd. 6 Bll., 291 S., 6, 4 Bll., 480 (recte 448) S., 6 Bll. mit 2 gleichen Holzschnitt-Druckermarken und 2 gleichen Holzschnitt-Porträt des Verfassers sowie zahlreichen kleineren Holzschnitt-Porträts im Text. Fol. Ldr. des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts mit reicher Deckelgoldprägung (Rücken restauriert, etw. bestoßen und beschabt) im Stile des Buchbindermeisters Jakob Krause.. Erste Ausgabe. - BM, Germann Books, 673. Adams P 179. VD 16, P 228 - 229. Ebert 15766. - Heinrich Pantaleon (eigentlich Hans Heinrich Bantlin, 1522 - 1595) war Theologe, Mediziner und Historiker, studierte in Heidelberg und Ingolstadt und wurde danach Diakon und Theologielicensiat in Basel. Er wechselte zur Medizin und für dieselbe Professor in Basel. - "Pantaleon's Hauptwerk aber war die 'Prosopographia heroum atque illustrium virorum totius Germaniae', lateinisch 1565-66, deutsch 1567-1570 und 1588 erschienen. Der Plan war ein umfassender und neuer; die ganze deutsche Geschichte von der Urzeit an sollte in Form von Biographien vorgeführt werden, Pantaleon wollte hier dasselbe leisten, was Plutarch, der jüngere Plinius und Jovius für ihre Landsleute gethan hatten. Die Volkssagen von Dietrich von Bern, Hildebrand, Siegfried, Herzog Ernst scheidet er von vornherein aus, ebenso die Heiligenlegenden, während Tuisko, der Urenkel Noahs, und die fabelhaften Königsreihen der Folgezeit, natürlich auch Tell und Winkelried, als historische Personen gelten und sogar in Abbildungen vorgeführt werden. Diese Holzschnitte (die erste Auflage sagt noch vorsichtig: vivis heroum imaginibus, quantum fieri potuit, passim illustratum) sind aber auch bei den historischen Personen des 16. Jahrhunderts durchweg Phantasieportraits, die in den verschiedenen Auflagen gewechselt werden. Der erste Band beginnt mit Adam, der zweite mit Karl dem Großen, der dritte mit Maximilian I." (ADB XXV, 128 ff) - Insgesamt wurden ca. 250 verschiedene Holzschnitt-Porträts angefertigt, die dann zu den Biographien aus der älteren Geschichte häufig wiederholt wurden und reine Phantasieprodukte sind. Das Werk wurde zu Beginn des 18. Jahrhunderts noch immer neu aufgelegt. - Wie oft, fehlt der 3. Band (erschien 1566), der die deutschen Fürsten, Theologen und Gelehrten des 16. Jahrhunderts behandelt. - Schönes breitrandiges Exempla in einem Meistereinband des frühen 17. Jahrhunderts, nur teils altersbedingt gebräunt und stellenweise etw. fleckig. Titel mit alten hs. Besitzvermerken (Martin Huetter 1626 bzw. Karmeliter Wien).

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        La Graunde Abridgement Collect par le Judge . . . Anthony Fitzherbert [with] La Secounde Part du Graund Abridgement [with] La table conteynant en sommarie les choses notables en la graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 10956 & 10956.5. Three Volumes in Two

      In Aedibus Ricardi Tottell [imprint varies], London 1565 - Contemporary calf, quite worn, some repairs, the second volume rebacked, repair to its last leaf, else very clean with wide margins; the Taussig copy The magisterial Tottel printing of "the decisive book--the book that 'made' the Common Law", containing over 13,000 abridged case-notes arranged alphabetically by subject in some 263 titles and digesting hundreds of years of medieval case law

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        Argonavticon C. Valerii Flacci Setini Balbi libri VIII. A Ludouico Carrione Brugensi locis prope innumerabilibus emendati. Ejusdem Carrionis scholia, quibus tum correctionum magna ex parte ratio redditur, tum locis obscuriores explicantur,vna cum varijs lectionibus. [Druckermarke: Labore et Constantia]. Antverpiae [Antwerpen], Ex officina Christophori Plantini, M. D. LXV [1565]. Cvm privilegio.

      Antwerpen, Plantin 1565.. 303 Seiten [S. 303 verso mit dem Druckvermerk: "Excvdebat Antverpiae Christophervs Plantinvs Anno M. D. LXV. Idibs Jvlii (d.i. der 15.7.1665)."] Marmorierter Pappband mit goldgeprägtem Titelschildchen, etwas Rückenvergoldung und allseitigem Goldschnitt. (16,6 x 11,2 cm) Kl.8°.. - Jason und seine Argonauten, darunter auch Orpheus, rauben mit Medeas Hilfe das Goldene Vlies - Erste Ausgabe. Brunet V, 1046. Ruelens/ de Backer ("Annales plantiniennes") 17 (S. 49). Voet 2408. Sorgeloos ("Labore et Constantia", Collection Speeckaert) 435. Nicht in VD16. Auf dem vorderen Innendeckel von älterer Hand: "Ex libris J. G. L. Gericke", in der schweizerischen Stiftung Bibliothek Werner Oechslin ist ebenfalls ein Titel (223.2.11 1509) mit diesem Besitzvermerk vorhanden. CERL weist mehrere Gerickes nach, jedoch kein Eintrag mit allen Initialen ist passend. Auf dem Innendeckel auch das Exlibris des Barmener Elzevier-Sammlers Fritz W. Weddigen. Mit einem ornamentalen Titelrahmen und der bekannten Druckermarke Plantins mit Zirkel und der Devise "Labore et Constantia", beide gestochen. Die Kapitelanfänge jeweils mit hübscher Schmuckinitiale. Am Schluß ab Seite 189 die Scholien Carrions. Wenige Seiten mit Flecken, das später aufgebundene Bändchen mit leichten Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Die Argonautica sind ein Epos des römischen Dichters Gaius Valerius Flaccus (1. Jahrhundert n. Chr.) in acht Büchern über die Fahrt der Argonauten zur Erringung des Goldenen Vlieses. Es handelt sich um eine Nachdichtung der Argonautika des Apollonios von Rhodos, das den Römern in der Übersetzung des Varro Atacinus bereits vertraut war. Diese erste Ausgabe gab der flämische Philologe Louis Carrion (1547 - 1595) aus Brügge nach einem heute verschollenen, ihm jedoch seinerzeit zur Verfügung gestanden habenden Manuskript aus dem 10. Jahrhundert, den nach ihm benannten "Codex Carrionis", heruas. Mit einem Privileg, der mehrseitigen Widmung des Herausgebers an den "großzügigen und gelehrten" ("... generoso et erudito viro ...") Brüggener Kirchen-Adeligen Jakob Pamelius², einem kurzen Auszug aus einem Werk des Petrus Crinitus[ ] über die lateinischen Dichter und einem Widmungsgedicht eines Franciscus Martinius. Nur 800 Exemplare wurden gedruckt, davon nach Sorgeloos a.a.O. nur drei in belgischen Bibliotheken. Anmerkungen: [ ] Carrion, Louis (1547 - 1595) Datensatzkennung cnp01365749 Ansetzung Carrion, Louis [BNF] [BSB,VD16] [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] [plwro] Biographische Daten 1547-1595 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Philologue aus Bru?gge; Belg. Jurist u. Philologe Tätigkeit Intellectual/artistic responsibility: author Language: Latin aus Brügge Flamandzki humanista, prawnik; pochodzi? z Brugii. Geografische Anmerkungen Nationality: France Belgien Internetquelle Online Resource (Display at BnF Catalogue general) Link (h t tp : / /)thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01365749 Letzte Änderung: 2014-09-23 Siehe auch Personen Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. DesAvenelles, Philippe Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Florus, Lucius Annaeus Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Leeuwen, Albert van Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Stadius, Hieronymus Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Stadius, Johannes Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Woutersz, Cornelis Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Quellen Nachgewiesen in [BN Cat. gen.] [Censorini ad. Q. Caerellium de Die natali / Lud. Carrione recensente..., 1995 [document electronique : reprod. de l'ed. de 1583]] [Internet : http://lcweb.loc.gov, 1998-06-29] [Kp. Magni Avreli[i] Cassiodori [...] De Orthographia Liber [...]. - Antverpiae, 1589. : Wyd.] [BNF-NA] [LCA online] [Jöcher. - 1750.] [LoC-NA] [- VK-AK, Biogr. Ind. de Belgique] [LoC-NA; VK-AK, Biogr. Ind. de Belgique] [Not found in ABF. - DBF] Werke Busbecq, Ogier Ghislain de: De re militari contra Turcam instituenda consilium. 1595. [ VD16 B 9866 ] Carrion, Louis: Antiquae lectiones. - 1576 Carrion, Louis: Emendationes et observationes. - 1583 Carrion, Louis: Scholia in Sallustii historiarum libros. - 1579 Cassiodorus, Flavius M.: De Orthographia liber. - 1579 Censorinus: Censorini ad Q. Caerellium de die natali liber. - 1583 Florus, Lucius Annaeus: Epitomata quattuor. 1600. [ VD16 ZV 5937 ] Florus, Lucius Annaeus: L.IVLI PLORI rerum A ROMANIS GESTARVM LIBRI IIII. A IOANNE STADIO EMENDATI. ... 1592. [ VD16 F 1714 ] Florus, Lucius Annaeus: L.IVLII FLORI DE GESTIS ROMANORVM, HISTORIArum Lib.IIII. ET SEORSVM In eos ... 1583. [ VD16 F 1712 ] Florus, Lucius Annaeus: L.IVLII FLORI DE GESTIS ROMANORVM,HISTORIArum Lib.IIII. ET SEORSVM In eos ... 1579. [ VD16 F 1711 ] L. IVLI FLORI rerum A ROMANIS... / Lucius Annaeus Florus, 1600 [ VD16 ZV 5937 ] Sallustius Crispus, Gaius: Opera quae extant. - 1579 Sallustius Crispus, Gaius: Opera quae extant. - 1603 Sallustius Crispus, Gaius: [Historiarum libri sex]. - 1573 Valerius Flaccus, Gaius: Argonauticon. - 1565 Namensvarianten Cario, Ludovicus Carion, Ludovicus Carrio, Ludovicus Carrio, Ludovicus Carrio, Ludovicus <Brugensis> Carrion, Louis [(VD-16)] Carrion, Ludovicus Carrionus, Ludovicus Jacques de Joigny de Pamele; latinisiert: Jacobus Pamelius (* 13. Mai 1536 in Brügge; 19. September 1587 in Mons, Belgien), war ein flämischer katholischer Theologe. [²] Pamelius, Jacobus (1536 - 1587) Datensatzkennung cnp01469177 Ansetzung Pamelius, Jacobus [GyFmDB] [GyGoGBV] [nukat] Biographische Daten 1536-1587 Allgemeine Anmerkungen Belg. kathol. Theologe; Bischof von Saint-Omer Tätigkeit Bischof Bischof von Saint-Omer Katholischer Theologe Biskup belgijski (Saint-Omer), teolog katolicki. Geografische Anmerkungen Belgien Link (h t t p : / /)thesaurus.cerl.org/record/cnp01469177 Letzte Änderung: 2014-09-25 Siehe auch Personen Bernardus <von Clairvaux> Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Campian, Edmund Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Coster, Jan Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Hittorp, Melchior Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Lindt, Willem van der Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Marcellinus, Antonius Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Schulting, Cornelis Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Vincentius <von Lerins> Sonstiges , VD-16 Mitverf. Quellen Nachgewiesen in [BLC] [BN: Pamele, Jacques de] [BLC ] [BN: Pamele, Jacques de] [Biografisch Archief van de Benelux I 518,268-313] [Archives Biographiques Franc?aises I 805,138-140] [ADB] [Litvrgica Latinorvm / Iacobi Pamelii Canonis Brvgensis [...] duobus Tomis digesta. - Coloniae Agrippinae, 1571 (Aut)] [CERL online] [KBNL online] [Iacobi Pamelii Archidiaconi Avdomarensis De Religionibus diuersis non admittendis in vno aliquo vnius Regni, Monarchi?, Provinci?, Ditionis, Reipublicae, aut Ciuitatis loco, Ad Ordines Belgij Relatio. - Antverpiae, 1589 (Aut)] Werke Bernardus <von Clairvaux>: Opera ... omnia. 1566. [ VD16 B 1922 ] Hieronymus, Sophronius Eusebius: CONFESSIO HIERONYMIANA, EX OMNIBVS GERMANIS B. HIERONYMI OPERIBVS OPTIMA FIDE ... 1585. [ VD16 H 3489 ] Hittorp, Melchior: De divinis catholicae ecclesiae officiis ac ministeriis. 1568. [ VD16 H 3967 ] Hrabanus <Maurus>: Opera. - 1626 - 1627 Pamelius, Jacobus: De Religionibus diversis non admittendis in uno aliquo unius Regni loc*. - 1589 Pamelius, Jacobus: Liturgica Latinorum. - 1571 Pamelius, Jacobus: Micrologus de ecclesiasticis Observationibus. - 1565 Pamelius, Jacobus: Missale SS. Patrum Latinorum. - 1609 Pamelius, Jacobus: Missale SS. Patrum Latinorum. - 1610 Pamelius, Jacobus: Rituale SS. Patrum Latinorum. - 1675 Pame?le, Jacques de: LITVRGICA LATINORVM IACOBI PAMELII CANONICI BRVGENSIS, S. THEOLOGIAE LIcentiati, ... 1571. [ VD16 P 175 ] Tertullianus, Quintus S.: Opera omnia. - 1583 Tertullianus, Quintus S.: Opera omnia. - 1584 Tertullianus, Quintus S.: Opera omnia. - 1598 Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens: De praescriptionibus adversus haereticos. 1594. [ VD16 ZV 14896 ] Tertullianus, Quintus Septimius Florens: Q.SEPT.FLORENT. TERTVLLIANI DE PRAESCRIPTONIBVS ADVERSVS HAERETICOS. LIBER. CVM ... 1599. [ VD16 T 570 ] Namensvarianten Jacobus <Pamelius de Joigny> Jacobus <Pamelius> Jacobus <de Joigny> Jacobus <de Pame?le> Jacobus de Jo...

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        Du grand et loyal devoir, fidélité, et obéissance de messieurs de Paris envers le Roy & Couronne de France addressée à messieurs Claude Guyot, seigneur de Charmeaux, Conseiller du Roy, & maistre ordinaire en sa chambre des Comptes à Paris, & Prevost des Marchans, Iehan le Sueur bourgeois, marchant & conseiller de ville, Pierre Prevost esleu pour le Roy en l'election de Paris, Iehan Sanguin secretaire du Roy & de la maison de France, & Iehan Meraut aussi bourgeois & marchant, Eschevins de laditte ville de Paris.

      - S.l., 1565. In-12, vélin ancien de réemploi (rel. moderne), (12) f. non chiffrés, 205, (1) p. d'errata. Edition originale de cet ouvrage, l'une des sources fondamentales pour l'histoire des débuts des guerres de religion. "Connu sous le nom de 'Livre des marchands', l'un des meilleurs pamphlets du temps contre les Guise". Il a été composé à l&#146;occasion de la "Querelle de la rue Saint-Denis" (1565) quand le maréchal de Montmorency, gouverneur de Paris, obligea le cardinal de Lorraine à quitter la ville. "Sous forme de conversation entre les marchands des Innocents et de la rue Saint-Denis, description de l'entrée du cardinal de Lorraine à Paris le 6 janvier 1565; intervention du maréchal de Montmorency et fuite des Guisards ( ). C'est le manifeste d'un 'Montmorenciste', patriote loyaliste et antilorrain" (Hauser, SHF, n°1956). (Haag, &#145;France protestante', VIII, 401-403. Hauser, S.H.F., 1956. Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature, n°101.1. La Bouralière, 'Biblio. poitevine', p. 471). Petite réparation à la marge inférieure des prem. feuillets. Très bon exemplaire, intérieur très frais. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L'Architettura

      1565. ALBERTI, Leon Battista. L'Architettura. Translated by Cosimo Bartoli. 283, [6], 286-431, [1] pp. Illustrated with an architectural woodcut border framing title, a portrait of the Author, and numerous woodcut illustrations throughout the text, with woodcut initials and typographic fleurons. 4to., 222 x 172 mm, bound in early brown leather gilt, spine in six compartments, author and title gilt in one. In Venetia: Appresso Francesco Franceschi Sanese, 1565. |~||~||~||~| First Quarto Edition of the translation by Florentine polymath Cosimo Bartoli (1503-1572), a founder of the Accademia degli Umidi, later the Accademia Fiorentina. Alberti's chef-d'oeuvre, L'Architettura is "the first and most important architectural treatise of the Renaissance" (Arntzen). "Through the introduction of new orthographic norms, Bartoli tried to approach the spoken and written forms of the Tuscan language," making the text more accessible "to a larger group of readers among professional architects..." (Millard, pp. 21-22). As Bartoli explains in his new dedication to Cosimo de' Medici, this quarto edition was designed for convenience and published with wider readership in mind than the Torrentino folio edition of fifteen years earlier, which was a sell-out success. In this edition, "The woodcuts are reduced and (with the exception of the woodcut portrait of Alberti) reversed free copies after the 1550 edition (the woodcuts of statues on pp. 176-178 are significantly altered). A double-page woodcut plate -- paginated 284 and 285 and inserted between pp. [284-285] -- with two woodcuts of towers is intended as foldout extensions for the buildings illustrated on those pages; in some copies the leaves may be found pasted onto their respective bases, although they need to be transposed to fit correctly. A second double-page woodcut plate, paginated 321 and 322, of the Baths of Diocletian is inserted as pp. [321-324]" (Millard, p. 16). Fowler notes that Jefferson had a copy of this edition in his library. Cicognara 376. Fowler 9. RIBA, Early Printed Books 54. Millard, Italian 7.

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        Der Rollwagen / Ein hübsch / lustig / und kurzweilig Büchlin / darin viel güter Schwenck und Historien / ... Auff den Rollwägen oder in Schiffen / die langweilige zeit unnd unmüth damit zü vertreiben / in drey unterschiedliche theil abgetheilt. [Part 2:] JACOB FREY (ca. 1520-1562). Die Gartengesellschaft. Das ander Theil des Rollwagens. [Part 3:] [MONTANUS, Martin (after 1530-after 1566)]. Der Wegkürtzer. Das dritte theil des Rollwagens ... Mit einem sehr schönen und fast nützlichen Büchlin

      Frankfurt: 1565. 3 volumes in one, 8vo (151 x 100 mm). Part 1: [2], 152 [recte 154], [6], [2 blank] leaves. Part 2: [4], 147 [recte 146], [6] leaves. Part 3 (itself in two parts, separately titled): [3], 115, [2]; [36], [1 blank] leaves. First title printed in red and black, the publishers?' shared woodcut device (showing both their names) on versos of final colophon leaves of all three parts. one hundred and two woodcut illustrations, many by Virgil Solis, including the four title vignettes, and including numerous repeats (part 1: 44 cuts; part 2: 26; part 3: 32). Scattered spotting and browning intrinsic to the paper, worse in parts 2 and 3, fol. I2 in part 2 torn away at bottom and patched, cropping catchword on recto; occasional smearing or blurring of ink, some offsetting in Part 3. Binding: contemporary German blind roll-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, both covers with a Salvator-Petrus-Paulus-Johannes roll (15 mm. width) forming a border around central panel with ornamental stamps, spine blind-tooled with arabesque stamps in four compartments; pair of metal fore-edge clasps and catches, title lettered on fore-edge (some darkening and rubbing, leather splitting on lower edge of front board, front free endpaper nearly detached). Provenance: Johann Fichard (1512-1581), prominent Frankfurt jurist, ownership inscription at foot of title ?"Ioan. Fichardi. V.I.D / An. 1565?"; Achilles Sigismund von Glauburg (1604-1667), jurist and member of the Frankfurt City Council (Dölemeyert, Frankfurter Juristen im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert, cf. no. 202), his inscription on front free endpaper, ?"sum Achillis Siigismundi von Glauburg?", and an inscription also apparently in his hand on front pastedown, identifying a symbol which may have been on a small square bookplate or document below, since lost; with Fidelis Butsch in 1877 (see below); most recently in the collection of Otto Smith, of Karlshamn, Sweden.*** first complete edition of a collection of piquant tales for travelers known as the Rollwagenbüchlein, the only extant complete copy, one of the great rarities of german renaissance literature. oclc lists no sixteenth-century editions of any of the three texts included in this volume in american libraries. The title was first given to a series of comic stories, or Schwänke, by Jörg Wickram, an illegitimate offspring from a patrician family of Colmar, whose professional life was modest (he became the town clerk of Burkheim, a small town on the Rhine near Colmar) but his literary heritage illustrious; an imaginative mixer of genres, he is best known as the first German prose novelist. As explained in Wickram?'s title, these purely secular stories were intended to pass the time and ward off boredom during long carriage rides or journeys by ship (?"auff den Rollwägen oder in Schiffen / die langweilige zeit unnd unmüth damit zu vertreiben?"). First published in 1555, Wickram?'s collection was the most sophisticated and most successful of the several collections of Schwänke compiled and written by humanists in sixteenth-century Germany; he was much imitated (cf. Watanabe-O?' Kelly, Cambridge History of German Literature, p. 113). His goal was refreshingly non-didactic: although many of the stories make a moral point, he intended them, he claims in his preface to the reader, as pure entertainment. Wickram aimed for a broad audience, including women, and his tales are considerably less raunchy than others in the genre. Most take place in the middle-class Alsation milieu in which he was raised. Filled with priests, artisans, shopkeepers, innkeepers, farmers, and mercenary soldiers (Landsknechte), in Wickram?'s stories might seems to make right, until the tables are suddenly turned, and the underdog, or he who remains true to his heart, is vindicated. Among Wickam?'s emulators were two other Alsations whose Schwänke were considered worthy, at least by the powerful publisher Sigmund Feyerabend, to continue the Rollwagen series: Jacob Frey, a notary and public scribe of Maursmünster (Marmoutier), author of the Gartengesellschaft (stories found in gardens, while carousing, and in fields, as explained in his sub-title), and Martin Montanus, a native of Strassburg. Montanus?' Wegkürzer (shortener of the way) is in two parts of which the second part is titled ?"A very lovely and almost useful little book... for young people to inform themselves before traveling to foreign lands?"; many of his tales were adapted from the Decameron, especially those episodes which featured adulterous women, unchaste monks, or lascivious nuns (Killy, Literatur-Lexikon 8:206). Frey?'s work first appeared in 1556 and Montanus?' in 1557. The present edition was the first to unite the three collections in one book. Although the characteristics of the three writers are quite different (Frey and Montanus were not as interested in a female audience, and their stories include explicit descriptions of sexual acts), the collection was a success, and another edition appeared in 1574 (of which a single copy is recorded, see below). The woodcuts, from Feyerabend?'s stock, are uniform in size but from different series. Many of the cuts feature a character with a large head and are signed with the VS monogram of Virgil Solis, from whom Feyerabend commissioned hundreds of woodblocks for his publications. Although Wickram?'s Rollwagenbüchlein ?"was reprinted at least 16 times during the following 60 years?" (after the 1555 edition: Emberson, p. 534), all of the early editions of these three Schwänke Sammlungen are of the greatest rarity. The present copy, with Fichard?'s inscription, appears to be the only complete copy of this edition that survives. It is the only copy described in Hayn-Gotendorf (?"copy in stamped pigskin with clasps, with Joh. Fischart?'s [sic] autograph, in excellent condition?"). It was offered by Fidelis Butsch, bookseller in Augsburg, in 1877, for 120 Marks (?"now worth at least 400 marks,?" noted Hayn and Gotendorf in 1914). OCLC and VD-16 record only the formerly Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin copy of this edition, apparently containing parts 1 and 3 only, which left the library during the war and is now in the Biblioteka Jagiellonska in Cracow (according to the SBB catalogue, not in the Jagiellonian Library catalogue). OCLC lists a copy of part 2, Frey?'s Gartengesellschaft, at the SBB, but it is neither in VD-16 nor in the SBB online catalogue. As stated above, there are no sixteenth-century editions of any of the three texts in this volume in American libraries, nor in the British Library?'s massive collection of sixteenth-century German literature, the greatest outside of Germany. A reprint of the present edition was printed in Frankfurt in 1574 by Paulus Reffeler for Melchior Schwartzenberg and Johann Feyerabend. It is equally rare, the only copy known being the one from the Arnswald Library sale, offered by Martin Breslauer in 1909. Breslauer wrote: ?"These little works belong to the greatest rarities of German literature of the XVIth century. In the last twenty years I can find only two copies mentioned in the trade. One, which consisted of [Wickram?'s] Rollwagen only, in the edition of 1557, was offered for 450 Marks. For the other, in the edition of 1565 [this copy?], very similar to mine, 750 Marks was asked?" (Hayn-Gotendorf 8:398, cataloguer?'s translation). VD16 ZV 24292 (parts 1 and 3 only); Goedeke II:464 (referring to the Berlin copy, giving pagination of the first part only); Hayn-Gotendorf 8:397 (this copy); cf. Schmitt-Fricke, Deutsche Literaturgeschichte in Tabellen (1960), pp. 81-82. Cf. Jane Emberson, ?"Of Good and Bad Neighbors: Middle-Class Life in the Work of Jorg Wickram,?" The Sixteenth Century Journal, Vol. 26, No. 3 (1995), pp. 533-545.

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        De morbi articularii curatione tractatus quatuor...Joanne Sylvio

      Antwerp: Christopher Plantin , 1565 With printer?'s device on title page and colophon. Half vellum over boards; interior lightly browned, with a small marginal ink stain affecting a few pages. An earlier bookplate appears to have been removed and replaced with the bookplate of Warren Thorpe. Small library stamp in the lower margin of A2 verso. First edition of this rare and early work devoted to the causes and treatments of gout and arthritis, followed by a lecture on syphilis given by the author in Louvain on 15 December 1557 or 1558. A good portion of the text is devoted to listing and discussing various types of meat, fish, poultry and their relationship to gout and arthritis. Several formulas for treatment of the disease are also given here. Eight hundred copies of this book were printed, according to Voet. Dubois, called Sylvius (1478-1555) was a native of Lille and a celebrated professor of medicine at Douai.

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        Du grand et loyal devoir, fidelite, et obeissance de messieurs de Paris envers le Roy & Couronne de France addressee a messieurs Claude Guyot, seigneur de Charmeaux, Conseiller du Roy, & maistre ordinaire en sa chambre des Comptes a Paris, & Prevost des Marchans, Iehan le Sueur bourgeois, marchant & conseiller de ville, Pierre Prevost esleu pour le Roy en l'election de Paris, Iehan Sanguin secretaire du Roy & de la maison de France, & Iehan Meraut aussi bourgeois & marchant, Eschevins de laditte ville de Paris.

      S.l., 1565.. In-12, velin ancien de reemploi (rel. moderne), (12) f. non chiffres, 205, (1) p. d'errata. Edition originale de cet ouvrage, l'une des sources fondamentales pour l'histoire des debuts des guerres de religion. "Connu sous le nom de 'Livre des marchands', l'un des meilleurs pamphlets du temps contre les Guise". Il a ete compose a l'occasion de la "Querelle de la rue Saint-Denis" (1565) quand le marechal de Montmorency, gouverneur de Paris, obligea le cardinal de Lorraine a quitter la ville. "Sous forme de conversation entre les marchands des Innocents et de la rue Saint-Denis, description de l'entree du cardinal de Lorraine a Paris le 6 janvier 1565; intervention du marechal de Montmorency et fuite des Guisards ( ). C'est le manifeste d'un 'Montmorenciste', patriote loyaliste et antilorrain" (Hauser, SHF, n°1956). (Haag, 'France protestante', VIII, 401-403. Hauser, S.H.F., 1956. Goldsmiths'-Kress library of economic literature, n°101.1. La Bouraliere, 'Biblio. poitevine', p. 471). Petite reparation a la marge inferieure des prem. feuillets. Tres bon exemplaire, interieur tres frais..

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        OMNIA, QUAE HUCUSQUE IN LUCEM PRODIERUNT, OPERA, NUNC PRIMUM IN UNUM COLLECTA

      Lugduni, apud Gulielmum Rovillium, 1565. In-4 p. (mm. 314 x 195), p. pelle bazana settecentesca, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su tassello, tagli rossi, 16 cc.nn., 1027 (ma 1035) pp.num., marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da pregevoli testatine e grandi capilett. figurati a vignetta inc. su legno. "Prima edizione dell?'opera omnia" che include anche due opere di gastronomia: ?"De Mannae differentiis, ac viribus de?' que eas dignoscendi via, et ratione?" (1562) e ?"De Vinaceorum facultate, ac usu?". Cfr. Wellcome,I,253 - Durling,181 - De Renzi ?"Storia della medicina in Italia?",III che cita le numerosiss. opere di questo ?"celebre professore napoletano?". Lieve alone margin. sulle ultime 50 cc.; con uniformi arrossature più o meno lievi, ma certamente un buon esemplare. "Donato Antonio Altomare, nato a Napoli nei primi decenni del sec. XVI, studiò dapprima diritto e si dedicò poi alla medicina. Seguace della scuola classicistica, che si richiamava cioè alle dottrine di Ippocrate e Galeno, fu insegnante nello Studio di Napoli, dove formò una combattiva schiera di discepoli e sostenne vivaci polemiche soprattutto contro i paracelsiani. A contatto con i migliori ingegni napoletani del suo tempo, dal Tansillo ai Della Porta, l?'A. raggiunse tale fama da essere ancora ricordato da T. Boccalini in un elenco di medici famosi di tutti i tempi accanto a Cornelio Celso, Ippocrate, Galeno, Fracastoro. Morì dopo il 1562, forse nel 1566 e fu sepolto a Napoli nella chiesa di S.ta Maria delle Grazie, nella cappella degli Altomare". Così ?"Diz. Biograf. degli Italiani?", II, p. 568.

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        L'HISTORIA DI MILANO Volgarmente scritta dall&#146;eccellentiss. oratore M. Bernardino Corio gentil&#146;huomo milanese....

      Vinetia, presso Giorgio De Cavalli, 1565. In-16 gr. (mm. 196x138), p. pergam. antica, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, tagli rossi, 20 cc.nn., 1262 pp.num.; marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da testatine e grandi iniziali, inc. su legno. Nell'opera "non solamente si veggono i principij, i fatti et le fortune di essa città, nello spatio di duemila et cento anni, ma gli accidenti, et le rivolutioni di quasi tutta l'Italia, et di molte provincie, et Regni del mondo anchora. Con le vite insieme di tutti gli Imperatori, cominciando da Giulio Cesare, fino a Federico Barbarossa, scritte dal medesimo. Con un breve sommario di Thomaso Porcacchi per aggiunta delle cose successe fino a questi tempi: di nuovo tutta riformata con le postille in margine, & con la Tavola". Cfr. Predari, p. 136 - Haym,I, p. 111: "Nell'ediz. del 1565 vi si trovano dei passi molto interessanti copiati dalla prima del 1503 che non si leggono nelle altre ristampe. Per accertarsi di ciò basta leggere alla pag. 329" - Graesse,II,264. Leggerm. corto di margini, qualche lieve alone, al fine 4 cc. con uniformi arross., ma complessivam. ben conservato.

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        L'ARCHITETTURA Tradotta in lingua fiorentina da Cosimo Bartoli... con la aggiunta de&#39; disegni.

      Venetia, appresso Francesco Franceschi, 1565. In-8 p. (mm. 215x156), mz. pelle settecentesca, dorso a cordoni con tit. oro su due tasselli, pp.num. 404, cc.nn. 14 (Indice), incluso il frontespizio figurato che porta, al verso, il ritratto dell'A., inc. su legno; con l'aggiunta di 2 carte (segnate S, fra "S"6 e "S"7) che raffigurano la parte superiore di due torri + altre 2 carte, ripieg., (segnate X, fra "V"8 e "X"1) che riportano la pianta dei bagni di Diocleziano. L'opera è illustrata nel t. da 90 xilografie di dettagli architettonici, piante e diagrammi. Cfr. Fowler Collection,9: "First quarto edition of Bartoli's translation (la prima, in folio, è del 1550). The title is within a reduced copy of the architectural woodcut border of the title page of the 1550 folio edition. The illustrations are also reduced and reversed copies of the same edition" - Cicognara,376. Corto del margine sup.; frontesp. e pag. 285 con restauri; delle 2 carte aggiunte segnate ?"X?" una, con manc., è stata sapientemente ricostituita e l?'altra (a doppia pag.) manca di una metà (qui riprodotta su carta antica); tracce d?'uso e aloni intercalati nel t.

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        Leçons et Expositions Familieres de Jean Calvin sur les Douze Petis Prophetes: Ascavoir, Jonas, Joel, Amos, Abdias, Hosee, Michee, Nahum, Habacuc, Sophonias, Aggee, Zacharie, Maliachie: Traduites de Latin en François. Avec deux Tables: l'une des matieres principales qui y sont contenues: l'autre des passages de l'Escriture exposez par l'Autheur.

      Lyon, Sebastien Honorat 1565. (12) 608 (23) p. Contemporary Leather, Folio.

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        La Graunde Abridgement Collect par le Judge . . . Anthony Fitzherbert [with] La Secounde Part du Graund Abridgement [with] La table conteynant en sommarie les choses notables en la graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 10956 & 10956.5; Beale 463 464 & 465

      London]: In Aedibus Ricardi Tottell [imprint varies], 1565. Contemporary blind-rolled and tooled calf, quite worn, recently rebacked, browning, some staining (mainly to the lower margin), good crisp copies The magisterial Tottel printing of "the decisive book--the book that &#39;made&#39; the Common Law", containing over 13,000 abridged case-notes arranged alphabetically by subject in some 263 titles and digesting hundreds of years of medieval case law

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        Discorso sopra la mascherata della geneologia degl'iddei de' Gentili mandata fuori dall'illustrissimo, [.] duca di Firenze, & Siena il giorno 21 di febbraio 1565.

      - In Firenze, appresso i Giunti, 1565 (in fine: In Firenze, appresso i Giunti, 1566), in-4, leg. in piena pergamena sei-settecentesca (rimontata, sguardie rifatte), pp. 130 [ma in realtà: 124], [4]. Con stemma Medici sul front., marca edit. al verso dell'ultima carta e iniziali xilografiche. Questo testo contiene la descrizione e la spiegazione delle allegorie alla base dei carri e dei costumi della "Genealogia degli Dei", mascherata che chiuse un anno di festeggiamenti per le nozze di Francesco de' Medici e Giovanna d'Austria; festeggiamenti organizzati da Vincenzo Borghini e concretamente realizzati - carri e costumi - da Giorgio Vasari. Melzi "Opere anonime e pseudonime" vol. 1 p. 311. Cicognara 1375: "spettacoli ricchi e grandiosi: libro raro e prezioso". Buon esemplare. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Biblische Figuren des Newen Testaments, gar künstlich gerissen

      Franckfurt am Mayn: Durch Johannem Wolffium, 1565. Third edition (preceded by editions of 1560 and 1562). Oblong 4to. Title within ornamental woodcut border, illustrated with 116 full-page woodcuts, with Latin captions above and German legends below each cut. a-p4. Full brown morocco, covers with wide, richly gilt borders and spine, all edges gilt, watered silk endsheets, a.e.g. Adams S-1402

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        La Graunde Abridgement Collect Par Le Judge Tresreverend Monsieur Anthony Fitzherbert

      London: Richard Tottell, 1565 Fitzherbert&#39;s great digest of the Year Books which was the first systematic attempt to provide a summary of English law. This copy missing most of Obligacion section. Bound in recent half calf with marbled boards. Gilt spine titles and raised bands to spine. Single wormhole to margin of early pages. Minor soiling to corner of title and ink name of J Brace to tope of title page. Occasional early ink marginalia. Wormtrack to text up to Folio 15 affecting usually a couple of words, but leaving text largely legible. Slight marginal waterstaining in places. Minor stain to folio 40 but leaving text quite readable. Actually internally fairly tidy for a work of this age. (1), 379, (1), 128, 7 leaves (of 207). Missing 200 leaves of Obligacion. Last two leaves with small wormtrack in gutter margin. Final leaf with some nibbling and chips to the margin, not affecting text. Title-pages within historiated architectural border; text printed in gothic type; historiated woodcut initials. At foot of title: &#39;Cum priuilegio.&#39; Vol. 2 has title: "1565 La secounde part du Graunde abridgement collect par le iudge tresreuerend monsieur Anthony Fitzherbert, . ". A defective copy but the main text of the book is complete. We can send images of this book on request. Due to the weight a postage surcharge may apply to some destinations. Sir Anthony Fitzherbert (1470 - 27 May 1538) was an English judge, scholar and legal author. He was the sixth son of Ralph Fitzherbert of Norbury, Derbyshire, and Elizabeth Marshall. His brothers died young so he succeeded his father as Lord of the manor of Norbury, an estate granted to the family in 1125. Wood states that he was educated at Oxford, but no evidence of this exists; nor is it known at which of the inns of court he received his legal training, though he is included in a list of Gray&#39;s Inn readers. He was called to the degree of serjeant-at-law, 18 November 1510, and six years later he was appointed king&#39;s serjeant. He had already published (in 1514) his great digest of the Year Books which was the first systematic attempt to provide a summary of English law. It was known as La Graunde Abridgement and has often been reprinted, both entire and in epitomes, besides forming the foundation of all subsequent abridgments. He also brought out an edition of "Magna charta cum diversis aliis statutis" (1519). In 1522 he was made a judge of common pleas and was knighted; but his new honours did not check his literary activity and in the following year (1523) he published three works: one on law, Diversité de courtz et leur jurisdictions (tr. by Hughes in 1646); one on agriculture, The Boke of Husbandire; and one of law and agriculture combined, The Boke of Surveyinge and Improvements. All three were frequently reprinted and though Sir Anthony&#39;s authorship of the Boke of Husbandrie was formerly questioned it is now regarded as established. Meanwhile his integrity and ability caused much business to be entrusted to him. In 1524 Fitzherbert was sent on a royal commission to Ireland; Archbishop Warham appointed him by will sole arbitrator in the administration of his estate; and in 1529 when Wolsey fell, he was made a commissioner to hear chancery causes in place of the chancellor, and he subsequently signed the articles of impeachment against him. As one of the judges he unwillingly took part in the trials of the martyrs Fisher, More, and Haile, but he strongly disapproved of the king&#39;s ecclesiastical policy, particularly the suppression of the monasteries and he bound his children under oath never to accept or purchase any abbey lands. In 1534 he brought out "that exact work, exquisitely penned", La Novelle Natura Brevium, which remained one of the classical English law books until the end of the eighteenth century. His last works were the constantly reprinted - L&#39;Office et Auctoryté des justices de peas (1538), the first complete treatise on the subject, and L&#39;Office de Viconts Bailiffes, Escheators, Constables, Coroners.. Second Edition. Half Calf. Good.

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        L'HISTORIA DI MILANO. Volgarmente scritta dall?eccellentiss. oratore M. Bernardino Corio gentil?huomo milanese....

      presso Giorgio De Cavalli 1565 In - 16 gr. (mm. 196x138), p. pergam. antica, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, tagli rossi, 20 cc.nn., 1262 pp.num.; marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da testatine e grandi iniziali, inc. su legno. Nell'opera "non solamente si veggono i principij, i fatti et le fortune di essa città, nello spatio di duemila et cento anni, ma gli accidenti, et le rivolutioni di quasi tutta l'Italia, et di molte provincie, et Regni del mondo anchora. Con le vite insieme di tutti gli Imperatori, cominciando da Giulio Cesare, fino a Federico Barbarossa, scritte dal medesimo. Con un breve sommario di Thomaso Porcacchi per aggiunta delle cose successe fino a questi tempi: di nuovo tutta riformata con le postille in margine, & con la Tavola". Cfr. Predari, p. 136 - Haym,I, p. 111: "Nell'ediz. del 1565 vi si trovano dei passi molto interessanti copiati dalla prima del 1503 che non si leggono nelle altre ristampe. Per accertarsi di ciò basta leggere alla pag. 329" - Graesse,II,264. Leggerm. corto di margini, qualche lieve alone, al fine 4 cc. con uniformi arross., ma complessivam. ben conservato.

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        Operum, quae extant, omnium per Ioannem Langum silesium, è Graeco in Latinum sermonem versorum, et Sententijs priscrum sanctorum Patrum illustratorum, Tomi III

      Froben,, Basileae, 1565 - Tre parti in un volume in-folio (cm. 32), pp. 348; 279; 190 (70). Marchio Froben al primo frontespizio e bei capolettera istoriati nel testo. Bella legatura coeva in pelle di scrofa su assi di legno. Dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti, piatti decorati da fregi a secco e fermagli metallici (di cui uno mutilo). Due note manoscritte di possesso coeve al primo frontespizio. Esemplare genuino, particolarmente marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Si tratta della prima edizione della traduzione latina di Johann Langes. Cfr. Adams J, 497. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Principi di casa d'Austria progenitori della serenissima principessa di Fiorenza et di Siena.

      Venice, o. Dr. , [1565?] - 18 ff with large woodcut armorial vignette to title. Marbled half cloth ca. 1800. Marbled edges. Coloured endpapers. 4to. Only edition of this Festschrift (dated 30th December 1565 at rear) for the Emperor's daughter, Johanna von Österreich (1547-78), who had married Francesco I de' Medici exactly two weeks previously. The scholar Francesco Sansovino (1521-83) celebrated the Renaissance princess and Grand Duchess of Tuscany by enumerating her worthy ancestral lineage, which he traced back to the Frankish King Childebert. - Rare; only 4 copies located in Italy by Edit 16. Edit 16, CNCE 47731. Adams S 362. BM-STC Italian 608. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BAPTISTAE FULGOSII FACTORUM, DICTORUMQUE MEMORABILIUM LIBRI IX. Aucti, et Restituti. Index copiosissimus omnium nominum de quibus passim in historia agitur

      Antwerp: Joannes Beller, 1565. Hardcover. Very Good. Titlepage with printer&#39;s mark of ship carrying Mercury & female deity with motto riband. Small octavo later vellum with manuscript spine title [48]pp prelims +798pp. Name dated 1816 on fly leaf & early ownership inscription on titlepage. *Book of extraordinary events & memorable facts such as Gutenberg&#39;s invention of printing and the travels of Christopher Columbus (p634). The only edition with an extensive alphabetic index of proper names. Latin translation by C. Gilinus of the Italian original, which was never printed (Brunet II 1422, Graesse II 645).

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        Diversi avisi particolari dall'Indie di Portogallo, ricevuti dall' anno 1551. sino al 1558. dalli Reverendi padri della compagnia di Giesu. Dove s'intende delli paesi, delle genti, & costumi loro, & la grande conversione di molti populi, che hanno ricevuto il lume della sante fede, & religione Christiana. Tradotti novamente dalla lingua Spagnola nella Italiana.

      Michele Tramezzino,, Venecia: 1565 - 8 hojas, 294 folios. Encuadernación original en pergamino algo manchada. Algunas sombras de humedad y manchas ocasionales, evidentes en la portada y primeras hojas, con sellos de antigua biblioteca en verso y reverso de la portada y en la hoja blanca del final. STC Italia 349. Adams I, 108. Cordier, página 48. Borba de Moraes, página 60. Palau 74650 para la primera edición de 1558 "Se cita otra tirada por el mismo editor pero 1565, que no hemos visto." Streit V,850. Alden-Landis 565/30. Recopilación de relaciones de las misiones jesuíticas del Brasil, India, China, Goa, Malaca y el Japón que abarcan el periodo 1551 a 1558.Las cartas son de sumo interés por las notícias de primera mano que los misioneros dan sobre la situación del momento en los lugares donde tenían establecidas sus casas, describiendo el estado de cada mision y las costumbres de los nativos de cada lugar. Esta edición es una reedición de la primera, aparecida por el mismo editor siete años antes. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        La Graunde Abridgement Collect par le Judge . . . Anthony Fitzherbert [with] La Secounde Part du Graund Abridgement [with] La table conteynant en sommarie les choses notables en la graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 10956 & 10956.5; Beale 463 464 & 465

      In Aedibus Ricardi Tottell [imprint varies], London] 1565 - Contemporary blind-rolled and tooled calf, quite worn, recently rebacked, browning, some staining (mainly to the lower margin), good crisp copies The magisterial Tottel printing of "the decisive book--the book that 'made' the Common Law", containing over 13,000 abridged case-notes arranged alphabetically by subject in some 263 titles and digesting hundreds of years of medieval case law

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        Alexikepus, seu auxiliaris hortus, extemporanea morborum remedia ex singulorum viridariis facile comparanda paucis proponens. Ad haec Dioclis Caristii epistola ad antigonum, de tuenda valetudine per hortensia.

      Frederic Morel,, Paris, 1565 - Paris, Frederic Morel, 1565. 8°. 8 n.n. Bl., 267 S., 12 n.n. S. Neuer Halbpergamentband. Adams M1491. - Durling 3180. - Wellcome I, 4357. - Pritzel 6300. - Nicht bei Hirsch-H. - Zweiter Druck der ersten Auflage. (Es existieren identische Drucke mit 1564 als Erscheinungsjahr). Mizaud (ca.1510-1578) war Leibarzt der Marguerite de Valois, Astronom und vielseitiger Naturwissenschafter. Die vorliegende Schrift spricht sich für die Anwendung von Pflanzen in der Medizin und gegen die arabische Medizin mit ihrer Hinwendung zur chemischen Arzneimittellehre aus. Zählt die Pflanzen und ihre Verwendung in der Medizin auf. Ein Kräuterbuch das nie in einer illustrierten Fassung gedruckt wurde. - Papier stellenweise leicht gebräunt. Sprache: N

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        Les songes drolatiques de Pantagruel, ou sont contenues plusieurs figures de l'invention de maistre François Rabelais: & derniere oeuvre d'iceluy pour la recreation des bons esprits.

      Paris: Richard Breton, 1565 - 8o (159 x 97mm). Collation: A-G8 2G8. 63 leaves (of 64, without blank G8): title, address to the reader, 120 FULL-PAGE WOODCUTS of grotesque figures and masquerades. (Printer's device cut out and replaced with old paper and a small vignette, early German manuscript captions unobtrusively erased.) French binding of c. 1700, polished calf, gilt spine, red edges, marbled endpapers, arms block of the Right Honourable Sir Charles Bagot added in the center of the covers, (extremities rubbed, front joint split). Quarter morocco slipcase. Provenance: 17th-century German ownership (captions) -- Sir Charles Bagot, 1781-1843, governor-general of Canada (supra-libros) -- Ralph Sneyd of Keele Hall (gilt armorial white-leather booklabel), known as 'Sporting Ralph', nephew and heir of the great manuscript collector, Rev. Walter Sneyd (Sotheby sale 16 December 1903) -- Edmée Maus of Geneva (book label), her library dispersed by Jammes and Engelberts -- Acquired by Arthur and Charlotte Vershbow from Librairie Valette 1973, afterwards auctioned Christies NY (April 2013: lot 46). FIRST EDITION OF THIS UNIQUE SERIES OF ILLUSTRATIONS OF BIZARRE CREATURES, considered one of the GREAT ILLUSTRATED FANTASIES of the French Renaissance, with some of its iconography clearly relating to contemporary images by Hieronymus Bosch and Pieter Breughel, as published in Antwerp by Hieronymus Cock a decade earlier. Rabelais is invoked on the title and in the preface as the creator of this Pantagruelist buffoonery, but his name simply served to advertise the nature of this work. In his preface the anonymous author indicates its purpose is only to amuse, specifically to inspire youths and other "bons esprits" who want to masquerade. Alltold, a very rare and important book on the marketplace; a recent census records a total of 14 copies, of which this is one of only three copies still in private hands. Brun pp. 60, 295; Mortimer French 499; Plan, Bibliographie Rabelaisienne 31 (p. 243); Rawles & Screech 113. Brun, Le Livre Franaise Illustré de la Renaissance pp 60-61 & 295, Rahir, La Bibliotheque de l&#146;Amateur 600. Fact and Fantasy 39. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Il Terentio Latino, Commentato in Lingua Toscana, e Ridotto a la sua vera Latinita, da Giovanni Fabrini da Fighine. La Interpretatione de la lingua volgare e Latina.

      Venice: Appresso Giambattista, & Marchio Sessa, & Fratelli, 1565 - Octavo. [3]ff., 438pp., 34, [82]ff. Collates "A8-Z8, Aa8-Ii8, Kk4-Zz4, AA4-FF4, GG2." In an eighteenth-century calf binding, worn. GRAESSE VII, 57.

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        Cort, Cornelis. - "Angelica salvata da Ruggero".

      . Kupferstich / Linienstich, 1565. Von Cornelis Cort, nach Tizian. 30,0 x 44,3 cm (Darstellung / Blatt) / 31 x 45 cm (Trägerblatt). In der Platte rechts unten signiert "Titianus / Cornelio cort. fe". Links unten: "Cum priuilegio", unterhalb der Figure der Angelika Datum: "1565". - Die Darstellung geht auf den X. Gesang des Rasenden Rolands (Orlando furiosa) zurück, ein Epos von Ludovico Ariosto (1474-1533). Roland (Roger/Ruggiero) reitet auf einem Hippogryphen über Kleinbritannien und erblickt die angekettete und von einer Bestie bedrohte Angelika: "Und, abwärts schauend, plötzlich dort gefunden Angelika, an nackten Fels gebunden! Gebunden harrte sie an Meeres Borden, Verschluckt zu werden von dem grausen Tier". - Blatt bis auf die Plattenkante beschnitten. Größerer Eckenausriß oben links. Die Blattränder alt auf Büttenpapiern gesetzt. Partiell leicht fleckig und knickspurig. Insgesamt mangelhafter bis mäßig guter Zustand. Cornelis Cort (1533 Hoorn - 1578 Rom). Niederländischer Landschaftszeichner, Kupferstecher und Radierer. Vor der Übersiedlung nach Italien arbeitete Cort für den Verleger Hieronymus Cock in Amsterdam. Ab 1565 war er als Reproduktionsstecher für Tizian in Venedig tätig. Seit 1567 ist er in Rom bei den dortigen Verlegern beschäftigt. 1571 war Cort nochmals für Tizian in Venedig tätig. Seinen Lebensabend verlebte er in Rom. Tizian (1488-90 Pieve di Cadore - 1576 Venedig). Italienischer Maler, Hauptmeister der venezianischen Renaissance. Kam mit 9 Jahren als Schüler von Gentile und Giovanni Bellini nach Venedig. Entwickelte mit einem ausgeprägten Kolorismus und einer sehr freien Maltechnik einen eigenständigen Personalstil. Das Spätwerk weist in seiner extremen malerischen Haltung auf das Zeitalter des Barock voraus. Zu seinen Auftraggebern und Sammlern gehörten die mächtigsten Herrscherfamilien Europas, er wurde von Päpsten und Kaisern hofiert. 1533 erhob ihn Kaiser Karl V. in den Adelsstand und ernannte ihn zum kaiserlichen Hofmaler. Man feierte ihn aufgrund seiner unerreichten Malkunst und durchaus auch seines gehobenen Lebenstils als den Malerfürsten seiner Zeit..

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        [Op. 76]. Variations Pour le Pianoforte composees et dediees a son ami Oliva... Oeuv. 76.

      Leipsic Breitkopf & Härtel [PN 1565] [1810]. Oblong folio. Sewn. 1f. (title), 3-8, ii (blank) pp. Lithographed. Price: "8 gr." Title within decorative scrolled border. Slightly worn, soiled and stained; early central vertical crease throughout; light dampstaining; upper margins trimmed not affecting printed area; old paper repair to last leaf; stenciled paper reinforcement to spine.. First Edition. Kinsky p. 206. Hoboken 2, 337.

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        Hschn.- Karte, in Macrobius, Amb. Th. .. Venedig, Gryphius ("T-O") - Karte.

      . 1565, 8 x 8 cm.. Siehe Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 13 und Abb. - Bei der vorliegenden Holzschnittkarte handelt es sich um eine der späteren "T-O" Karten, die in dieser Form erstmalig im Jahr 1483 durch Marcrobius veröffentlicht wurde. Hier vorliegend in der verkleinerten Version, in Venedig 1565 gedruckt.

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        Seconda Tavola (showing the Indian subcontinent).

      1565 - Lafreri-school map of India and the Indian Ocean. 1565. Venice. An excellent example of this rare map, trimmed to neatlines and re-margined as styled for inclusion in Lafreri-school atlases; strong impression. 400 mm x 300 mm. A rare separately published Italian-school map of India, parts of Arabia, Sumatra, the Maldives, Pakistan and the Indian Ocean. Bertelli&#146;s map follows closely the first edition of Ramusio&#146;s woodblock map, published in his Delle Navigatione e Viaggi, and showing the region in an inverted orientation. Ramusio&#146;s woodblock was destroyed in a fire in 1557, so presumably only a few copies made it. The engraving itself is striking, with sea monster and ships sailing along the coastline. The topographic names in the Gulf region derive from the ones used by Portuguese explorers. The map is based on the latest Portuguese sources, whereupon the coastlines the peninsula of the Indian Subcontinent and Sri Lanka take on a modern form. However, the mouth of the Indus is too pronounced, and is located far to the east, on the wrong side of Gujarat. The map gives primacy to various details critical to the trade and commerce of the Portuguese Empire that dominated the Indian Ocean in the sixteenth-century. One will notice the key ports of Goa, Calicut, and Diu (in India), and Hormuz (in Persia), which were bulwarks of Lusitanian commerce. Rare, we can find two appearances of the map at auction in the past 30 years. Gole, Early printed maps of India 2. Al Qassimi TE 13 (cf. later Ramusio ed.).

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        Course of the Nile].

      1565 - Venice, 1565. Woodcut, printed area 260 x 160mm. Fine condition. Detailing the course of the Nile, orientated with south to the top. From Ramusio's 'Raccolta di Navigationi et Viaggi'.

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        Macrobii Ambrosii Avrelii Theodosij, uiri consularis,& illustris, In Somnium Scipionis, Lib. II. Saturnaliorum, Lib. VII Ex uarijs, ac uetustißimis codicibus recogniti,& aucti.

      Venedig, Joan. Gryphius, 1565.. Tit. m. Druckermarke (SS.1-2), SS. 3-567 SS., 32 Bll. m. 8 Holzschnitten davon eine Weltkarte, kl.- 8° (15,2 x 10,6cm), flex. GPrgt.- Bd. d. Zt. m. Rücken- u. Deckelbeschriftung (l.fl. u. angest.).. Zur Weltkarte ( 8 x 8cm) vgl. Shirley, World 13; Schweiger II, 586; Ebert 12714; Adams M 65. - Als Gesamtwerk des spätantiken Neuplatonkikers (um 400) zu sehen. Kommentar zu Ciceros "Somnium Scipionis", der den sonst verlorenen Text des Schlussteils von Ciceros "De re publica" erhalten hat. Die Karten auf den Seiten 129 (TO) und 144 demonstrieren die unterschiedlichen Theorien zu Kosmos und Erde. - Die Seiten 1-80 randlich, außerhalb des Schriftspiegels mit kleinem Braunfleck. Das hintere Vorsatzpapier am Deckel mit kleinem Papierausriss. Sehr schön erhaltene und saubere Ausgabe mit allen Holzschnitten in bester Qualität.

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        Palacios, Alcanerilla, Cabecas

      Antwerpen 1565. Karte zeigt die Ansichten von Palencia, Alcantara und Cabeza, Aus 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 37 x 49. Zustand: Falz etwas restauriert

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        Opera. In quibus Theologiae mysteria plurima ... Item In philosophia praesertim in mathematicis, difficultates multae... 3 in 1 Bd. Basel, Henricpetrina, 1565. Titel, 34 (von 36) Bll. (Index), 1 w. Bl., 10 Bll., 1176 S., 2 Bll. Mit zahlr. Holzschnitt-Figuren im Text und Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel und letztem Blatt. 4°. Etwas späterer HPgt. mit marmor. Schnitt (etw. berieben).

      1565. . VD 16, N 1545; Index Aurel. 148862; Ziegenfuss/Jung II, 203.- Die seltene umfangreiche zweite Gesamtausgabe der Werke von Nikolaus von Kues.- Die Ausgabe enthält neben den beiden grundlegenden Schriften 'De docta Ignoranatia' und 'De Coniecturis' sowie den 'Exercitationes' auch zahlreiche weitere Abhandlungen wie 'De Beryllo Libello' und 'Cibratio Alchoran'. Band III enthält insbesondere die mathematischen Schriften.- Die Lage Ggg (Seiten 805-820) doppelt vorhanden.- Die beiden fehlenden Blätter vom Index von akkurater Hand ersetzt.- Rasierter Stempel auf Titel verso, wenige Anstreichungen im Text.- .

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