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        Marci Hieronymi Vidae Cremonensis, Albae Episcopi, Opera

      Antonium Gryphius, Lugduni (Lyon) 1566 - 575 pages. Duodecimo (5" x 3 1/2") bound in original vellum. (Bibliotheca Van der Linde-Niemeijeriana: 4564) Marco Girolamo Vida was an Italian Humanist. He came to Rome under Julius II; as a priest and canon regular, he presented, in the rather lax Court, the greatest example of severity of morals. The Humanists were called upon to produce a great Christian epic. Vida undertook it, and in order that he might work at it Leo X gave him the priory of St. Sylvester at Frascati. The work, the Christias, was not finished until after the death of Leo X. The subject goes beyond the life of Christ and is in reality the establishment of Christianity, for Vida accords much space at the end of his poem to the spread of the Gospel. There is no mythological element in the six cantos; hence the unity of tone is more perfect than in Sannazaro's De partu Virginis. Vida was also the author of short poems, such as De Bombyce, De ludo scaccorum (on chess), and of a second serious and extensive work, De arte poetica, written before 1520 (published in 1527). This didactic poem is interesting as an expression of the ideas of Humanism concerning poetry and because of its great influence. Vida dealt only with the ancients and their imitators, wholly neglecting writers in the vernacular. The general conception of his Ars poetica is inspired by Qunitillian. The writer takes the future poet almost at the cradle, and describes the education and care which he should receive. He instructs him in invention, composition, and especially style, emphasizing particularly the harmony of the verse and defining imitative harmony, examples of which, taken from Virgil, have passed into classical teaching. While Boileau exaggerates the difficulties of poetry and multiplies the duties of the poet, Vida undertakes to cultivate a taste for poetry and to remove the obstacles from the poet's path. In consequence of his plan Vida treats only of poetry in general. To him the model and prince of poets was Virgil, while he depreciates Homer, criticizing his prolixity, repetition, and low style. He was the source of arguments later made use of in France by the partisans of the moderns; Vida was the first to assert that the word "ass" used by Homer did not belong to the noble style. He carried prejudice so far as to congratulate the Latin language for being ignorant of compound words so frequent in Greek. Vida's own style is elegant, clear, harmonious, and ordinarily simple. He was warm in admiration, especially in his eulogies of Virgil, but he is verbose, and if by chance he imitates Horace he dilutes him. The poem is now of interest only as a manifestation of Classicism in modern literature. Vida's poem Scacchia Ludus [Chess Game], contained herein (pages 520-542), first published in 1527 is among the earliest and most influential works related to the game of chess. This compelling didactic poem centers on a game played between Apollo and Mercury on Mount Olympus. Because of its high artistry, it is said the poem made a tremendous impression on anyone who read it including the renowned Dutch humanist of the Renaissance, Desiderius Erasmus. Scacchia Ludus [aka Scaccia Ludus] did much to spread the game's popularity, and in the process directly inspired many other popular works on the game including Jan Kochanowski's poem Chess (c. 1565), in which the game is described as a battle between two armies; and William Jones' Caissa, or the game of chess (1772), a poem which popularized the pseudo-ancient Greek dryad Caïssa as the "goddess of chess". Another lasting effect Vida's poem had on the game of chess was the introduction of a tower as the Rook. Originally, the queen had a somewhat limited role in chess. At the end of the fifteenth century however, the rules changed, and the queen was granted the power of unlimited moves in all directions that had previously belonged to the bishop. (The king only retained his power to move one square at a time.) In an influential and wildly po [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lettere da diversi soggetti scritte dall'anno 1566 all'anno 1578 al Nob. Sig.r Co. Bortolomio di Porcia. ab. di Moggio, e poi nunzio appostolico [sic] in Germania. Unite in un volume da me Pierantonio de' Sig.ri di Sbrojavacca l'anno MDCCLXXIII.

      - [Vari luoghi 1566-1578]. 29 lettere originali manoscritte, tutte firmate dagli autori, rilegate in un volume in-folio, cartonatura settecentesca originale. Gli autori delle missive a Bartolomeo di Porcia, Nunzio Apostolico in Germania, sono: Giovan Battista Castelli, Lodovico Cithinio, Francesco Bonomini, Giovanni Chucchetti, Coriolano Riccio, Ercole Soldonieri, I Deputati della Patria del Friuli, Feliciano Ningarda, Carlo Crossa, Giovanni vescovo di Torcello, Benedetto Lamberti, padre Canisio gesuita, abate Di Maggio, Cesare Spaciani, Giuseppe Ciurletta, Claudia di Porcia, Caspar Helwod, l'Arciduca Ferdinando d'Austria, Giovanni Zuccaro, Urbano vescovo di Possa, Sebastian Freytag. Nelle due lettere di Benedetto Lamberti da Ferrara si parla del Tasso e della conclusione della Gerusalemme Liberata. Chi ha riunito le lettere nel volume, nel Settecento, le ha anche numerate e indicizzate: rispetto alla serie originale (che ne contava 32) mancano la 12, la 13 e la 17 (quest'ultima era una lettera del Tasso). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentarii et emendationes in libros M. Varronis de lingua Latina

      Paris, Apud Gabrielem Buon, in clauso Brunello ad D. Claudii insigne,, 1566.. 8 Bll., 192 S. Pappband des 18. Jhdts. Vgl. Cioranescu 21388; Adams T-1149; Schweiger II, 1120. - Kommentar und Verbesserungen zu Marcus Terentius Varro. Erschien im gleichen Jahr mit der identischen Kollation wie die Ausgabe Paris, Wechel. - Turnèbe (1512-1565, latinisiert Adrianus Turnebus) zählt zu den bedeutendsten französischen Gelehrten der Mitte des 16. Jahrhunderts. Sein Freund Montaigne bezeichnete ihn als "le plus grand homme qui fut il y a mil`ans... il sçavoit toutes choses". - Die Ausgabe wurde posthum von seinem Sohn Odet de Turnèbe herausgegeben, der ein an Michel de l`Hospital adressiertes Vorwort hinzugab. - Berieben. Titel mit gelöschtem Stempel. Oben etwas knapp beschnitten.

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        Interpretationes in Nonnullos Institu. Titulos Primis Annis in

      1566. Nonio, Tobio [1528-1570]. Constantini, Fulvio [d. 1590], Editor. Interpretationes in Nonnullos Institu. Titulos Primis Annis in Gynnasio Perusino Explicatae. Nunc ab Omnibus Erroribus Maxima Diligentia Emendatae per Fulvium Constantinum. Additis Novissime Enarrationibus in Quosdamalios Titulos per Eundem Fuluium Eodem in Gynnasio Anno Secundo Exaratis. Venice: Apud Cominum de Tridino, Montisferrati], 1566. [x], 164 fols. Main text printed in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, raised bands and early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Some rubbing to extremities, faint staining and a few minor scuffs to boards, early annotation to front. Later vellum repairs to backstrip, joints and hinges partially cracked but secure, cords exposed, minor worming to pastedowns. Large woodcut title vignettes, woodcut decorated initials. Toning, light browning in a few places. Early underlining, check marks and ink stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy. * First edition. Based on a series of lectures, this analysis of various points from the titles "De Testamentis," "De Exheredatione Liberorum," "De Obligationibus," "Quibus Modis Re Contrahitur Obligatio" and "De Verborum Obligatione" of the Institutes. It went through three subsequent editions, the final in 1586. Nonio was a lawyer and professor at the University of Perugia. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE 41448.

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        De la bonte et mauvaistie des femmes.

      Paris, Iean Dallier, 1566. 8vo. In contemporary full limp vellum with remains of ties to front and back boards. Handwritten title to spine. Previous owner's name to top of title page, dated 1580, 20th May. Binding a bit discoloured. Light dampstain to top of last 15 leaves. Otherwise a fine copy. 76, (1), pp.. Exceedingly scarce second edition of Marconville's famous work in which he praises women and ascribes many of humankind's great invention to them. The work constitute an important contribution to the understanding of the Renaissance debate on women and renaissance man's view on women in general. Marconville is due to his nuanced, and at the time controversial, view on women considered one of the major forerunners of feminism. Marconville's work has a prominent place in La Querelle des Femmes - the long continuous literary battle between authors who attacked women and those who defended them - and is together with Jacques Olivier's Alphabet de l'imperfection regarded as being the most important contribution to this debate in the 16th century. Marconville published several treatises on the subject of women and marriage the present, however, being his most famous and rare. A total of eight editions was published; the first (1562) and second (the present) being of the utmost scarcity.Marconville argues that love cannot be perfect where there is inequality: ''and in all friendship there is inequality except in that which is gained in marriage. This condition of parity means that a husband must govern a wife sweetly and in the process of gratifying her. He must never use physical violence against her. [...] Like Italian humanists of the previous century, Marconville sees that marriage, the exchange of women between men, functions to stabilize social order: by means of the wife the disputes, dissensions to controversies that could have arisen because some men desired natural beauty do not occur; If wives were of uncertain status, other men, wishing to enjoy themselves, would accordingly abandon themselves to pleasure. A woman who clearly belongs to a man does not jeopardize the peace unless, as Marconville then notes, she herself has economic power and enters the marketplace. He specifically warns against the disruption caused by a rich wife: But if it happens that a man marries a rich and ambitious wife, she will want to govern him and take the position of lady and mistress, and he will always be a scorned husband and will have to struggle to keep her in subjection. (Jordan, Renaissance Feminism, p. 188).Jean de Marconville's paradox On the Goodness and Badness of Women, 1564, devotes a whole chapter to the 'Excellence of women and their ingenious inventions'. He starts out by praising life in a community, the invention of letters, the creation of law and the invention of the clock. He isolates the invention of letters as the most important one because it allowed the preservation of ideas: things that happened a thousand years ago are present to us'. He asks: but who was the inventor of such great benefit to humankind? Was it the philosophers and wise men of times past?'. Marconville singles out Carmenta, also known as Nicostraté, as the inventor of letters and writing. Ceres receives credit for the invention of law and 'without [law] no household, no cities, republics or communities nor the world itself' could exists at all. Isis invented agriculture, Pallas invented spinning and making clot. Marconville ponders the 'singularité' excellence or peerlessness, of 'their great minds' and claim that 'celestial favours' were more 'excellently granted' to women than to men. (Warner, The Ideas of Man and Woman in Renaissance France).Several are afraid to put themselves into the ties of marriage out of fear to encounter a bad woman, because usually women are more difficult and more aggravating than men, and even so disorderly and dissolute that they have not contented themselves with violating the honour of marriage, but there are many who have killed, murdered or poisoned their husbands. Nevertheless, the fault of this is not so much due to the malignity of women, but to the imprudence and stupidity of men (From the present work, p. 41).Brunet III, p. 1407.Not in Adams (Adams having the 3rd edition from 1671)

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        Chronica del sancto Rey don Fernando tercero deste nombre; que ganoa a Sevilla y a toda el Andaluzia: Luyo cuerpo esta en la sancta yglesia de Sevilla

      Medina del Campo: impressa Por Francisco del Canto, 1566., Medina del Campo - A8 - C8, D11. 36 ff. double columns, Folio. rebound in full maroon calf, tooled, gilt lettered spine label. . Slight occasional browning, else fine. Illustrated with woodcut initials for each chapter, and wood engraved border and coat of arms on title page. Later edition, first was in 1516. With the bookplate of noted book collector Mary Macmillin Norton. Fernando III of Castile (1199 - 1252) and his mother, Berenguela of Castile, had returned to the court of her father when the Pope annulled her marriage in 1204 due to consanguinity. Upon the death of her father she surrendered the throne to her son, Ferdinand, and acted as regent initially. When Alfonso, his father, died in 1230 Ferdinand also inherited Leon. He then completed the work of his maternal grandfather Alfonso VIII and consolidated the Reconquista of Spain, and in 1231 also permanently united Castile and Leon. Throughout most of his life he fought the Moors, and used both diplomacy and war. He expanded Castilian power and conquered Cordoba in 1236 and Seville in 1248. He founded the current cathedral of Burgos and was a patron of the University of Salamanca. He was a patron of the friars in the Church and himself joined the Third Order of St. Francis. He was canonized in 1671 by Pope Clement X and in known in Spain as San Fernando Rey.The first twenty-eight chapters were written by Don Rodrigo, Archbishop of Toledo, and end with the year 1244. The name of the person who continued the story does not appear. The whole work was edited and modernised in spelling by Diego Lopez de Cartagena whose name ought to have appeared at the head of the prologue instead of that of the Archbishop. [See Quaritch, Bibliotheca Hispa–a. Catalogue of books in Castilian ., 1895, #513. Palau IV 64941] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Thurnier Buch

      Printed by Georg Raben for Sigmund Feyerabend and Simon Huetters, Frankfurt MDLXVI (1566) bound in blind stamped leather over wooden boards, five raised bands, clasps broken, 12?3/4 x 8?1/4. Ex Library, Earl of Lich.One blank page, Title page, Dedication (Vorrede) to Herzog of Austria and Burgundi 6 pages numbered II ? IIII, Introduction 35 pages numbered I ? XVIII, Text numbered by leaves from XIX ? LXXXI, followed by 1 page advertisement, 1 blank page. Numerous wood block prints.Condition overall is good, some browning and foxing to pages , slight split after first blank page, some worm holes in the covers.This is a very interesting book written in the German of the period. It is beautyfully bound in blindstamped leather over wooden boards. The brass clasps mountings are still in Place and are quite ornate. The photos below should give an impression of its condition.

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        Libelli duo, alter de ulceribus; alter de tumoribus praeter naturam. Nunc denuo ab erroribus vindicati, ac in studiosorum gratiam in lucem editi. Secunda editio.

      Apud Donatum Bertellum,, Venetiis, 1566 - Cm. 20, cc. (4) 102. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e capolettera istoriati. Semplice legatura ottocentesca in cart. muto. Esemplare con qualche traccia di polvere, piccole gore marginali più evidenti ad alcune carte. Una nota di possesso ms. al frontespizio. Seconda edizione, apparsa tre anni dopo la rara impressione originale, di questo trattato medico cinquecentesco in cui vengono presi in esame i problemi della pelle (ulcere e tumori) fornendo importanti ed innovativi suggerimenti per il loro trattamento. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus de Testamentis, De Feudis, De Donationibus, De Iure

      1566. Claro, Giulio [1525-1575]. Tractatus de Testamentis, De Feudis, De Donationibus, De Iure Emphiteotico: Nunc ab Omnibus Erroribus Maxima Diligentia Emendati: Cum Summariis, & Repertoriis Omnium Quaestionum, Ac Incidenter Dictorum. Venice: Apud Franciscum Laurentinum, 1566. 8, [32], 243 ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, faint early hand-lettered title to spine, later signature (Romatelli) to front cover, ties lacking. Light soiling, rubbing to extremities, insect damage to rear cover, front joint cracked, pastedowns loose. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Occasional early annotations and underlining. Toning, dampstaining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. A solid copy. * Second edition. With indexes. First published in 1565, this popular work on wills, gifts, feudal writs, usury and other topics in Roman criminal and civil law went through numerous editions throughout Europe well into the eighteenth century. These four tracts were books 3-4 of the author's unfinished Sententiae Receptae. Claro was a Milanese jurist. OCLC and KVK locate one copy of this edition in North America (at the Library of Congress). Another copy located at Harvard Law School. This edition not in Adams. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT 16) CNCE 12641.

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        ThurnierBuch. Von Anfang, Ursachen, ursprung, und herkommen, der Thurnier im heyligen Römischen Reich Teutscher Nation, Wie viel offentlicher Landthurnier, von Keyser Heinrich dem ersten dieses Namens an, biß auff den jetztregierenden Keyser Maximilian den andern, unsern Allergnädigsten Herrn, und in welchen Stetten die alle gehalten, Auch durch welche Fürsten, Graffen, Herrn, Ritter, und vom Adel, dieselben jeder zeyt besucht worden. Alles jetzunder von neuwem zusammen getragen, mit schönen neuwen Figuren, sonderlich auch der Adelischen Wappen, auffs schönest zugericht, und allen Adels-Personen der hochberühmtesten Teutscher Nation, hohes und nidern Stands, zu ehren und sonderm wolgefallen an tag gegeben, dergleichen nie gesehen worden

      Frankfurt, Feyerabend 1566. 31 cm. 3 Teile in 1 Band. (6), 243, (3) Blatt; (4) Blatt, Blatt 1-64; Blatt 65-81. Mit großem Titelholzschnitt, 120 Textholzschnitten (teils wiederholt) , 1 doppelseitigen Holzschnitt und Druckermarke von Jobst Amman sowie über 300 Wappenholzschnitten, Titel rot und schwarz. Pergamentband der Zeit - VD16 R 3544 - Becker, Amman 8a - Lipperheide 1965 Tb10 - Hollstein, German II, 28 und 44 - Die erste von Amman illustrierte Ausgabe. Teil 2 mit besonderem Titel: Francolin, Johannes von: TurnierBuch. Warhafftige Beschreibung aller kurtzweil und Ritterspil, so der ... Fürst und Herr, Herr Maximilian ... dem Allerdurchleuchtigsten ... Herrn Ferdinand, erwehlten Römischen Keyser ... zu gehorsamsten wolgefallen, und zu frölicher ankunfft deß Hochgebornen Fürsten und Herrn, Herrn Albrecht in Beyern ... bey und in der weitberümpten Statt Wien, zu Rossz und Fuß, auff Wasser und Land, mit sonderer verwunderung und frolockung lassen halten. Teil 3 mit besonderem Titel (Blatt 65): Des Allerdurchleuchtigsten Großmechtigsten Keyser Carols deß fünfften ... fröliche Glückselige Ankunfft gen Bintz, den 22. Augusti deß 1549. Jars ... Die Holzschnitte in guten, kräftigen Abdrucken. Einband etwas fleckig, innen nur wenig störende Flecken, Blatt 2-5 (A2-A5) in Faksimile auf altem Papier. Exemplar aus der Bibliothek Schloß Dyck mit Namenszug des Grafen August Eugen zu Salm-Dyck. -

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        DE REVOLUTIONIBUS ORBIUM COELESTIUM, Libri VI

      Basile: Ex Officina Henricpetrina, 1566. RARE second issuance of Copernicus’ seminal work. A reprint of the first and the first edition printed in Western Europe after its transport from the east by Rheticus. This is the first printing of the work to include Rheticus’s “Narratio prima” (1540), which actually contained the first announcement of the Copernican hypothesis, preceding Copernicus’s own text. A COPY WITH FINE PROVENANCE, NOW ATTRIBUTED TO MAGINI. Also a very large copy, the largest copy on the market in many years according to the Gingerich Census. Folio, antique Italian vellum over boards. A very fine and handsome copy, unsophisticated, unpressed and unwashed, the binding original and in unusually pleasing condition, internally, a copy still very well preserved, interesting censor’s marks in a few places. A remarkable survival. RARE EARLY ISSUANCE OF ONE OF THE GREATEST OF ALL SCIENTIFIC TEXTS, THE CORNERSTONE OF MODERN ASTRONOMY, A DIRECT REPRINT OF THE FIRST EDITION, THE FIRST EDITION TO BE PRINTED IN WESTERN EUROPE AND A COPY WITH FINE PROVENANCE, PRESENTLY ATTRIBUTED TO GIOVANNI ANTONIO BATTISTA MAGINI, and also Pio Giovannini, the Italian Inquisitor of Bologna, with annotations and corrections in both Magini and Pio Giovannini’s hands. “The publication of 'On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres' in 1543 was a landmark in human thought. It challenged the authority of antiquity and set the course for the modern world by its effective destruction of the anthropocentric view of the universe. We owe this book, which was more or less completed as early as 1530, to Georg Joachim Rheticus of Wittenberg, who persuaded Copernicus to allow him to publish it; for until 1540 the author himself had permitted only preliminary statements to circulate in manuscript. He died on the eve of its publication. Nicolaus Copernicus studied at Cracow, Bologna and Padua. Returning to his native Poland he eventually became Canon of the cathedral at Frauenberg, where he lived quietly until his death. He was a physician—having studied medicine at Padua—diplomat, economist, Doctor of Canon Law, and artist, a self-portrait survives. Renaissance mathematicians, following Ptolemy, believed that the moon, sun and five planets were carried by complex systems of epicycles and deferents about the central earth, the fixed pivot of the whole system. In Copernicus's day it was well known that conventional astronomy did not work accurately, nor did further study of Ptolemy seem to put the matter right. Copernicus, stimulated by the free entertainment of various new ideas among the ancients, determined to abandon the fixity of the earth, and all the complexities in the treatment of the motions of the celestial bodies that follow from such a conception. With the sun placed at the center, and the earth daily spinning on its axis and circling the sun in common with other planets, the whole system of the heavens became clear, simple, and harmonious. The revolutionary nature of his theory is evident in his famous diagram illustrating the concentric orbits of the planets. Moreover, the new system worked mathematically as well as the Ptolamaic though not, indeed, much better. Like Ptolemy, Copernicus believed that the heavenly motions must be perfect, uniform and circular; he still employed epicycles. It was Tycho Brahe who finally destroyed the heavenly spheres, and Kepler who destroyed the myth of the circle. In the first book of the De Revolutionibus Copernicus explains how the daily rising and setting of the heavenly bodies is a consequence of the daily diurnal rotation of the earth on its polar axis. The course taken by the sun through the zodiacal constellations and the phenomena of the seasons are shown to be due to the annual revolution of the earth about the sun. Book 2 contains the mathematics of astronomy and a star catalogue based on Ptolemy; Books 3 - 6 treat of the particular motions of the earth, moon and planets. The relative distances between the earth and the planets are now determined.” -PMM This copy with FINE PROVENANCE, NOW ATTRIBUTED TO MAGINI. Giovanni Antonio Magini was an Italian astronomer, astrologer, cartographer, and mathematician.. Magini supported a geocentric system of the world, in preference to Copernicus's heliocentric system. Magini devised his own planetary theory, in preference to other existing ones. The Maginian System consisted of eleven rotating spheres, which he described in his Novæ cœlestium orbium theoricæ congruentes cum observationibus N. Copernici (published 1589). He corresponded with Tycho Brahe, Clavius, Abraham Ortelius, and Johann Kepler. The lunar crater Maginus is named after him. In 1588 he was chosen over Galileo Galilei to occupy the chair of mathematics at the University of Bologna after the death of Egnatio Danti. OF THE ANNOTATIONS AND CORRECTIONS IN THIS COPY: The book is annotated in two hands: one, unsigned, by the Italian scientist Magini, with corrections and annotations mostly in the geometrical part; the second hand is by the Italian Inquisitor, Pio Giovannini from Bologna, who signs and dates himself 1630. The following annotations and corrections (in the dedication and preface ) are in Giovannini's handwriting , and they are all on theological issues: Leaf 1 recto ( title page ), Initials F.V.D.R.P.(unidentified. They seem to be a cancel for a previous note of possession ). Of uncertain attribution: " 2 recto: ( G ):Ordinis Praedicatorum (Order of the Dominicans ) next to the name of Nicolaus Schombergius, the dedicatee. Leaf 2 verso: 11 lines with Copernicus references to the Holy Scriptures crossed out but still legible. Leaf a2v.Perigei, Apogei. Leaf a3r: One line crossed out and substituted with" Nichil refert an terram in medio mundi an ab medium existere quo ad salvandas coelestium motum apparentias existemus" Leaf b2r: 18 words in five lines crossed out and in the margin "non postumus mobilitatem". Leaf b3r: 7 lines crossed out: in the margin "Difficilius motuum adscriberi, quam continentrand below " Terram moveri adsupserim" Page lr: "Fateri" and "Potius"crossed out and substituted with "Assumere" and "Consequenter". Leaf 2 r. One line crossed out. FROM THIS POINT (DEDICATION AND PREFACE) ON, WITH THE BEGINNING OF THE TEXT, THE ANNOTATIONS ARE ONLY IN MAGINI'S HAND: Leaf 2v:a C letter pasted into a diagram. Leaves 15-18. number 10 tiny pieces of printed lettering SCRs pasted in the diagrams. Leaf 20r. A letter C pasted in as a correction to a diagram. Leaf 21 r. 129 pasted to a diagram and inserted slip in Magini's hand:"Nisi datum latus angulo recto subtandatur nihil certi deduci probat Clavius in prop. 21 suor. Sphericorum Tringulorum defendit tamen author a me in meis observationibus in Copernicum" (If the side of a rectangular angle is not given, nothing certain can be deduced, Clavio states in proposition 21 of his Triangulorum sphaericorum. (but) i defend the author (Copernicus) in my observations on Copernicus. Leaf 22 r:" Parallelae" written in the margin and n. 131 and 132 pasted on to a diagram. Leaf 22 v: Pasted in :"13 p. i. Theodosii. " and a slip inserted in Magini's hand " Frustra nititor Clavius prop. 21 suos. triangul. o(ste?)ndere Copernicum decipi prop. o hac 6 ut videre est in meis observationibus " (In vain Clavius explains in his propos. 21 of his triangles wich invalidates this proposition of Copernicus, as it can be seen from my observations) and above Tres pasted in. Leaf 23 r :Pasted in the margin of a diagram: 131, 134, 138. Leaf 23 v:E and F pasted in and a white slip of paper to obscure apx 10 words. A slip inserted in Magini's hand:" Clavius prop. o ne ista improbat lib. suo de triangulis sphaericis prop. 24 (nisi) quo ad 2am partem alternativa nisi addat hypothes. uterque angulum ad basim recto vel major vel minor sit sed a me defend. in meis observationibus" (Clavius denies this proposition in his proposition 24 without adding an hypothesis in the second alternative part that both the angles on a base are either major or minor, but (the theorem) is defended by me in my observations". Leaf 24 r:133 and C and K pasted into a diagram. Leaf 24 v: K, 133, 135, 139 pasted into a diagram and 130, em, and r, onto the text. Leaf 25 r: f, 141, 153 an in pasted in. Leaf 25 v:A diagram corrected with a letter F Leaf 26 r: 137 pasted onto a diagram, four words covered with a slip of paper, and ip and inclinationis pasted in. Leaf 27 r (numbered 32 by mistake):140 to a diagram and am and bd. Leaf 29 v: 145 and ge pasted in. Leaf 30 r: 146, 146 and h pasted onto a diagram. Leaf 30 v: 2 Leaf 31 r: three number 2 pasted into three diagrams Leaf 31 v: Four 0 onto a diagram and two 2, and 147. Leaf 34 v: 148 and G into a diagram. Leaf 35 r:148 and 149 to two diagrams. Leaf 35 v: e Leaf 39 r:151 to a diagram and a small slip to obscure one letter. leaf 39 v: 152 to a diagram. Leaves 66v, 69v and 78 r, small corrections in ink. Leaf 88v: Slip of paper in Magini's hand " Adscribe ad hoc caput huius, figuram adscriptam cap 18" (place in this section the illustration wich is placed on chapter 18) and on leaf 89 r the consequent "Uteri hic figura quam impressor ignarus posuit ad cap. 17 " (Place here the diagram wich the ignorant printer placed on chap. 17). Leaf 101 v: Slip of paper "Corrigendus fir (ulterioris) errore impressoris, ut legamus 12 revolutiones g. 129. 37'. 21". 28". 29"30 (a further mistake of the printer must be corrected, so we must read 12 revolutions. . . . ) and quando pasted onto a word of text. Leaf 106 v. Two letters pasted onto a diagram and a K letter in ink to the same. Leaf 107 r: a letter L and V pasted in. leaf 118: an I added in pen. Leaf 122: a letter and a word cancelled in pen (the latter with corrosion of the paper). Leaf 174 r: a number 43 pasted in. This is the end of Magini's corrections. Additionally, on Leaf 213 v there is a two line poem in Giovannini's hand: "Ad Nicolaum Copendcum: Stare negas terram, narras miracula nobis Haec dual scribebas in rate forsan eras. "Thou th'earth denyst to stand: prodigious note, Thus writing, Thou perhaps wert in a boat." The couplet, given here anonymously, is by the Welsh poet John Owen and addressed by him not to Copernicus but to his contemporary [William] Gilbert, who accepted the rotation of the earth on its axis. We have been unable to consult the text of Clavius to which Magini refers, possibly: Clavius,Christophorus. (1537-1612). Geometria pratica,Rome,1604. Magini's self quotation must be to: "Ephemerides coelestium motuum ab anno 1581 ad 1620 secundum Copemici hypotheses", Venezia, 1583. Magini was not an anti-Copernican. As a matter of fact he had a great admiration for Copernicus, calling his work "Divinum opus". Neither was he a pro-Jesuit, having written a pamphlet against them: he was simply a diplomatic character who was trying to keep peace with everybody, so he devised a system which accepted all of the current opinions. He was regarded as the best mathematician of his time, and his calculation of the meridians were used by Gilbert, Snellius and Riccioli. He had one daughter and three sons, the youngest of them, Francesco, was 14 when Magini died, and entered the Dominican Order in Bologna in 1618, with his father's name, Giovanni Antonio. He was probably the recipient of his father's books, including the Copernicus, which later could have passed into the possession of Giovannini, the Dominican inquisitor from Bologna. The extreme caution which Magini shows the astronomical part of the book (books 4, 5, 6), in which the few corrections are only of technical nature, leads one to think that he refrained from annotating the book out of fear of the Inquisition, which implies (if this theory is correct) the notes must be posterior to 1610-1612, when the religious issue on the Copernican theory was arising. But the book is a puzzle in itself: The annotations are definitely in Magini's hand, because he refers to his own books, but did not write directly on the book, which could mean that either the book did not belong to him, and he annotated somebody else's copy, or that he did that out of fear of the Inquisition. His calligraphic annotations are in a very elegant calligraphy, which could support the theory that he corrected the book for someone else. Further Provenance: 1. (f. 213) Correctus perrn[issus] s[ecundum] Pium Joaninium Bononiensem ord[inis] Praedlicatoruml sacfrael Theol[ogiae] magistrum et Inquisitorem Veronen[sem] anno 1630 ("Corrected and thus permitted according to the Dominican Pio Joanino of Bologna, Mas-ter of Sacred Theology and Inquisitor of Verona, 1630.) 2. (tp) FVDRI(?) in early script capitals. 3. From a collector in Rome, around 1975. 4. From another Italian collection located in the north of the country.

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        Le stile de composer, dicter, & escrire, toutes sortes d'epistres, ou lettres missiues, tant par responce, que autrement: Avec un Epitome de la poinctuation &accents de la langue Françoise: [de J. Le Moyne] Livre

      Lyon Benoist Rigaud 1566.. Nouvellement revue &augmenté. 16°. Tit., 112 S. Pgmt. d. Zt. Fleckig. Ecken restaur. BM French Books S. 409 - Beigeb.: [SIGNOT, Jacques]. La Division du monde, Contenant la declaration des provinces regions d'Asie, Europe, & Afrique. Ensembles les passages, par lesquelz on peut passer des Gaules es parties d'Italie: Traitant de olusieurs belles matieres par lesquelles on pourra facilement avoir la description de la carte Gallicane. Les noms des Archeveschez, Eveschez, Abbayes du Royaume de France... Ebda. Rigaud & Jean Saugrain 1557. 160 S. (BM French books S. 33)

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        Chronica del sancto Rey don Fernando tercero deste nombre; que ganoa a Sevilla y a toda el Andaluzia: Luyo cuerpo esta en la sancta yglesia de Sevilla

      Medina del Campo: impressa Por Francisco del Canto, 1566. Later edition, first was in 1516. Slight occasional browning, else fine. Folio.

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        [Greek Title] Florilegium Diversorum Epigrammatum Veterum, in Septem Libros Divisum

      [Geneva]: Henricus Stephanus, 1566. [4], 539pp, [35]. Later (mid - late18th century?) morocco, slightly raised double bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, publisher to third, remaining panels with central floral spray surrounded by a lozenge made up of small tools with acorn corner pieces, covers with thick fillet bordering a flower head and leafy stem roll frame, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, a.e.g., with spot pattern marbled endpapers. Spine slightly faded, small hole to head of spine, rubbed with some slight cracking to leather towards fore-edges. Lightly browned internally, occasional light spotting, but generally clean, previous owners' book plate to front pastedown. Red ruled throughout. Signature Ii misbound but complete. Greek text. Brunet notes that it is a "beautiful edition that presents a fully revised text". Brunet I:308; Renouard 126. First Thus. Full Morocco. Good+. 4to.

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        Wider den Bannteuffel, Das ist, Eine getrewe, wolmeynende Christliche warnung, wider die Gottlosen Teuffelbeschwerer oder Banner, so in diesen örtern herumher schleichen. Auß Gottes Wort und andern bewerten Scribenten gestalt

      Frankfurt, Feyerabend 1566. 14 cm. 51 Blatt (ohne das letzte weiße), am Schluß Druckermarke von Jobst Amman. Halbmaroquin--Band um 1850 mit Rückenschild und Rückenvergoldung - Goed. II, 481, 11 - Grimm, Teufelbücher Nr. 13 c - O'Dell, Amman f 45 - VD16 H 4018 - Dritte Ausgabe der zuerst 1564 erschienen Schrift, gedruckt bei Martin Lechler, Druckvermerk datiert 1565. Jodocus Hocker (auch: Hieronymus Höcker, geb. um 1510 in Osnabrück, gestochen 1566) war lutherischer Prediger zu Lemgo. Er widmete das Werk den Behörden seiner Vaterstadt mit dem Appell, gegen den Schwindler Simon Möller (Meller) aus Nürnberg vorzugehen: "... der heylose blinde Teuffelische Tropff, der in kurtzen Jaren in ewrer Ehrentreiche Stadt ... unterm Schafspeltz ist hinein geschliechen, und sich daselbst ... mit schrecklichem Mißbrauch Göttliches Worts und Namens, die Teuffel auß den besessenen leiblich unterstehet außzubannen ..." - Papierbedingt gebräunt und durchgängig Feuchtigkeitsrand. -

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        Thurnier Buch

      Frankfurt am Main: [Georg Raben with Sigismund Feyerabend & Simon Huter], 1566., 1566. 3 Parts in 1, with variant titles, the last 2 with continuous pagination. folio. ff. [6], 243, [3]; [4], 81. large woodcut on title of the Emperor’s Court, large woodcut of Victory on )(6, large woodcut printer’s device at end, 2 folding woodcut plates, & 120 large woodcuts (incl. repeats), most by Jost Amman. 291 woodcut coats of arms. woodcut initials. title in red & black. old vellum over paste-board (bit worn & spotted, head of spine defective, ties wanting, bookplate removed from paste-down & verso of title, scattered stains & light foxing, 1 plate partly split along fold with no loss, tears & repairs to lower blank margin of title). Third Edition, Considerably Enlarged, the first to be illustrated by Jost Amman. One of the major sources for the history of the medieval tournament, from the first, which Rüxner incorrectly claims was held at Magdeburg about 990 by the Emperor Henry I, known as Henry the Fowler, to the last, held at Worms in 1487. It is now generally acknowledged that the tournament, properly so called, did not appear in Europe before the 11th century. The first and second editions were both printed at Simmern, in 1530 and 1532. Two additional sections have been added to this third edition, the first giving an account of the tournaments, processions and other amusements which took place at Vienna from May 2 to June 24 in the 1560’s, with the names of the participants, and the second providing an account of festivities connected with the entry of Charles V and his sons into Bintz on August 22, 1549. The woodcuts were redrawn and recut for this edition mainly by Jost Amman. Included are depictions of tournaments, awards ceremonies, dancing, banqueting and other festivities. The almost three hundred large and small woodcut coats of arms are those of the victors at the tournaments and those of the towns where they were held. Forty-five of these were newly added in this edition, including the arms of the archdukes Ferdinand and Charles. The two large folding woodcuts of a tournament are the same except for the printed headlines and signature marks. Adams R877. BM STC German p. 760. Brunet IV 1471. Fairfax-Murray, German Books, 374. cfRosenwald 658..

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        La Terza Parte Delle Historie Dell'Indie...

      In Venetia, Appresso Giordame Ziletti, al segno della Stella, M.D. LXVI [1566]. 8vo; 6 unnumbered leaves, 2 blank leaves, 26 unnumbered leaves, 402 numbered leaves. (*8 {*7-*8 blank}, b-c8, d10, A-Z8, Aa-Zz8, Aaa-Ddd8, Eee2). Title continues: Nelloqvale Particolarmente si tratta dello scoprimento della Prouincia di Incatan detta Nuoua Spagna, & delle cose degne di memoria, fatte da Spagnuoli nella conquista della grande, & marauigliosa Citt di Messico, & delle altre Prouincie ad essa sottoposte. Nuovamente Tradotta di Lingua Spagnuola, da Lucio Mauro. Bound in contemporary vellum. First line of title-page (La Terza Parte) recently snipped off, as though an owner had been frustrated or confused by the implication of "La Terza Parte"; small hole in leaf 254 affects 3 words; worming in upper margin of leaves 329-360 affects two words of the inner margin on leaves 329-351; worming on leaves 362-364 affects first line of text on leaf 362. Armorial bookplate of Marius Marefuschus; small red library sticker of the American College in Rome. This work continues uniformly the author's Seconda Parte of 1565, itself a continuation of the Prima Parte of 1560 which is another text, by Pedro de Cieza de Len. Lpez de Gmara is the first record of Cortz's expeditions to the Pacific coast, the Ulloa voyages along the coast of upper California, the preliminary journey to Cibola of Fray Marcos de Niza, and the expedition to the fabled Seven Cities by Francisco Vzquez de Coronado. The second book, and a basic source, for the Southwest of the United States -- Texas, New Mexico, Arizona. This is the first Italian edition of this portion of Gmara's text (the first, i.e. Parte Secondo, first appeared in 1554). Gmara served as Corts's secretary from 1540, when the conquistador returned to Spain. 'Gomara's history is a good history; he derived his information from the highest sources, and he wrote with an elegant brevity and a sense of arrangement that contrasted favorably with the rambling incoherencies of many of his contemporaries. Small wonder it was a favorite book of the time' (Boies Penrose). Despite the defects noted, this is an attractive copy of an important work, one of 'the two pillars on which the story of the Conquest mainly rests' (Prescott). Wagner (SW) 2Y; Alden 566/23. NUC 205: 255-- RPJCB, ICN, NN, TxHi (badly imperfect). Stock#NS0054.

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        Libro del misurar con la vista... -

      Venezia, Ziletti, 1566.In-4. Brossura decorativa del ?700, riadattata. Con 54 silografie n.t. che raffigurano i metodi di misurazione indiretta della distanza tra due o più punti e del calcolo dell?altezza degli edifici servendosi di punti di riferimento. (8), 108 pp.; lievi macchie e fioriture sparse. Seconda edizione (prima: 1565) della stimata opera di misurazione del matematico Belli, che «il Barbaro e Gerolamo Gualdo annoverano tra i grandi architetti vicentini del Rinascimento...» (DBI VII, 681). BL STC 79. Smith, Rara Arithmetica, 343. Comolli III, 101. Riccardi I, 107. A very popular work on surveying. With 54 woodcut illus. in the text. Old coloured wrappers; some light soiling and foxing.

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        Chronica del sancto Rey don Fernando tercero deste nombre; que ganoa a Sevilla y a toda el Andaluzia: Luyo cuerpo esta en la sancta yglesia de Sevilla

      Medina del Campo: impressa Por Francisco del Canto, 1566. Later edition, first was in 1516. Slight occasional browning, else fine. Folio.

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        Practicarum quaestionum liber unus. Segue: Veterum collatio numismatum cum his, quae modo expeduntur publica, et regia authoritate percusa.

      - Venetiis, Apud A. Ravenoldum, 1566, in-16, pergamena coeva. Bella marca tipografica incisa sul frontespizio e ripetuta in fine. Qualche parola cancellata per censura.

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        Greek Title] Florilegium Diversorum Epigrammatum Veterum, in Septem Libros Diuisum

      Henricus Stephanus, [Geneva] 1566 - [4], 539pp, [35]. Later (mid - late18th century?) morocco, slightly raised double bands, spine in six panels, title in gilt to second panel, publisher to third, remaining panels with central floral spray surrounded by a lozenge made up of small tools with acorn corner pieces, covers with thick fillet bordering a flower head and leafy stem roll frame, gilt roll to edges and inner edges, a.e.g., with spot pattern marbled endpapers. Spine slightly faded, small hole to head of spine, rubbed with some slight cracking to leather towards fore-edges. Lightly browned internally, occasional light spotting, but generally clean, previous owners' book plate to front pastedown. Red ruled throughout. Signature Ii misbound but complete. Greek text. Brunet notes that it is a "beautiful edition that presents a fully revised text". Brunet I:308 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Nuova et esatta Descrittione della Soria e della Terra Santa

      Acquaforte e bulino, 1566, firmata e datata in lastra nel cartiglio. Magnifica prova, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ?sirena nel cerchio con stella?, con margini, in eccellente stato di conservazione. Carta geografica della Terra Santa e dell?isola di Cipro, incisa e pubblicata da Paolo Forlani. La fonte cartografica di questa mappa è sicuramente la tavola di Martin Waldseemuller del 1513, con tutte le sue derivazioni successive nelle varie edizioni della Geographia di Tolomeo. Nel 1561, a Venezia, Giordano Ziletti pubblica la sua Geographia, con il commento del Ruscelli e le mappe incise da Giulio Sanuto. La carta del Forlani è un aggiornamento ed ingrandimento di quest?ultima, rispetto alla quale vengono aggiunti anche due importanti elementi decorativi quali il cartiglio con il titolo e la rosa dei venti, nel mare. L?aspetto veramente insolito di questo lavoro è costituito dal fatto che esiste una variante della mappa, pressoché identica per dimensioni ed aspetto, incisa utilizzando una lastra differente e nello stesso anno sempre da Paolo Forlani, 1566. L?unica differenza, a prima vista, è che il nostro esemplare reca la data in numeri romani, mentre l?altra in numeri arabi. Un?analisi più approfondita rileva che, invece il rame è invece diverso e che ci sono differenze anche nei toponimi, seppur minime. David Woodward, il maggiore studioso del Forlani, le assegna entrambe al veronese; non è tuttavia dato di sapere quale sia stata edita prima né il misterioso motivo che abbia indotto il Forlani ad incidere due lastre. La presenza di un secondo stato dell?altra lastra, successivamente edito da Donato Bertelli, mi lascia supporre che il nostro esemplare sia la prima lastra del Forlani, poi andata distrutta per qualche motivo, inducendo l?editore ad incidere nuovamente il soggetto. Magnifico esemplare di questa rarissima mappa. "Etching with engraving, 1566, signed and dated on the plate in the cartouche. A magnific example, printed with rich tone on contemporary laid paper with watermark ""mermaid in a circle with a star"", with margins, in excellent conditions.Map of the island of Cyprus and the Holy Land, engraved and published by Paolo Forlani. The source of this cartographic map is definitely the board of Martin Waldseemuller of 1513, with all its branches in various successive editions of Ptolemy's Geographia. In 1561, in Venice, Giordano Ziletti published his Geographia, with commentary by Ruscelli and maps engraved by Giulio Sanuto. The mape is an update of Forlani and enlargement of the latter, with respect to which are added two important elements such as decorative cartouche with the title and the wind rose, the sea. The most unusual aspect of this work is the fact that there is a variant of the map, nearly identical in size and appearance, using a slab engraved different and always in the same year by Paolo Forlani, 1566. The only difference, at first sight, is that our copy is dated in Roman numerals, and the other in Arabic numerals. A more in-depth notes that, instead of the copper is quite different and that there are also differences in the names, albeit minimal. David Woodward, the greatest scholar of Forlani, assigns both the Veronese is not impossible to assess what has been published before nor the mysterious reason that has led to record two plates Forlani. The presence of a second state of the other sheet, then edited by Donato Bertelli, let me assume that our specimen is the first slab of Forlani, then destroyed for some reason, prompting the publisher to affect the subject again. Magnificent specimen of this rare map" Venezia Venice Woodward, Forlani, 56; Tooley, Italian Atlases, 436; Meurer, The Strabo Illustrated Atlas, p. 123. Laor, Holy Land, 864. Dimensioni 345x270.

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        DIVI BASILII MAGNI Caesareae Cappadociae quondam Archiepiscopi Omnia quae in hunc diem Latino sermone donata sunt opera,nunc demum praeter alias editiones solerti industria, nec minus accurata collatione ad fidem Graecorum aliquot exemplarium synceriori lectioni restituta, multisque libris aucta: Quorum omnium ordinem & cathalogum versa pagina docebit. Praefiximus quatuor indices: Prior, res & verba continet: Alter, Scripturae sacrae locos a Basilio explicatos complectitur: Tertius habet similitudines: Postremus, paroemias authori familiares [marca tipograf.], Parisiis, Apud Michaëlam Guillard, viduam Gulielmi Desboys, sub Sole aureo, via Iacobaea, 1566

      Guillard Michelle veuve Des Boys, Guillaime 1566 Edizione completa delle opere di San Basilio (329-379 d.C.), uscita a Parigi e curata da Jean Gillot, il cui nome compare nell'epistola dedicatoria. Complete edition of the works of S. Basilius with the Commentary of Jean Gillot, bound in half calf with gilt edges; full description on request. Piccolo difetto a una cuffia, antiche note sul frontespizio, su tutte le pagine sono state aggiunte da antica mano in leggero inchiostro rosso pallido le righe marginali orizzontali e verticali a tracciare il sistema di rigatura. Qualche usuale, lieve fioritura, un leggero alone d'umido interessa il margine superiore delle ultime 20 pp. circa. Bella marca incisa al frontespizio, numerosi capilettera xilograf., una elegante testatina, carattere tondo, corsivo, greco ed ebraico.

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        CONSILIA SIVE RESPONSA CLARISSIMI ET CELEBERRIMI IURISCONSULTI D. M. ANTONII NATTAE

      AD SALAMANDRAE IN VICO MERCATORIO 1566 In 4. Dim. 35x24 cm. Pp. (48)+501+(1). Raro volume del 1566 di questa opera di diritto dell'importante giuresconsulto di Asti Marco Antonio Natta (m. 1568). Natta insegnò a Pavia e fu consigliere del Monferrato. Si tratta di una serie di consulti giuridici riguardanti diverse materie giuridiche: assoluzione, accuse, atti contro leggi proibite, atti fatti in giudizio, alienazione dei beni, appellazione, arbitrio, beni, leggi canoniche, casi fortuiti, cause, citazioni, clausule, confisca, contratti, feudatari, immunità, matrimonio, meretrice, privilegi, sentenze, statuti, testamento, testimoni ecc... Bellissima marca editoriale al frontespizio. Titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva a tre nervi. Testo a due colonne. Lettere iniziali decorate. Sottolineature e note manoscritte. Raro esemplare, nessuna copia censita su ICCU. Alto valore. Copertina in piena pergamena coeva a tre nervi in mediocri condizioni generali con usure e parti mancanti ai margini e dorso. Piatto anteriore quasi del tutto staccato. Legatura in buone condizioni a parte le carte sino alla B6 quasi del tutto staccate. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con rare fioriture. Segno di tarlo al margine di piegatura di tutto il volume con occasionale perdita di qualche lettera. Macchia di inchiostro a pag. 85, 170, 337 con perdita di testo. Scarce volume of 1566 of thsi work of right by the important juresconsult from Asti Marco Antonio Natta (m. 1568). Natta teached in Pavia and was coucelor of Monferrato. It is a series of law councils relating different juridical matters: absolution, accusation, acts against forbidden laws, acts made in judgement, alienation of goods, appellation, goods, church laws, cases, contracts, immunity, marriage, priviledges, sentences, statutes, testament, testimonies etc... Very beautiful editorial mark in the title page. Manuscripted title in the lower external edge. Full parchment coeval cover with three nerfs. Two columns text. DEcorated initial letters. SCarce copy. High value. Full parchment coeval cover with three nerfs in poor general conditions with wearings and missing parts in the edges and spine. Front plate almost detached. Binding in good conditions apart for the pages until B6 almost totally detached. Inside pages are in good conditions with occasional foxings. Worming in the folding edge of the volume with slight loss of some letter. Ink's stains in pag. 85, 170, 337 with loss of text.

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        Practicarum quaestionum liber unus. Segue: Veterum collatio numismatum cum his, quae modo expeduntur publica, et regia authoritate percusa.

      Venetiis, Apud A. Ravenoldum, 1566, in-16, pergamena coeva. Bella marca tipografica incisa sul frontespizio e ripetuta in fine. Qualche parola cancellata per censura.

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        ORIGINE DE CAVALIERI... Nella quale si tratta l?inventione, l?ordine. & al dichiaratione della Cavaleria di Collana, di Croce, & di Sprone. Con gli Statuti in particolare della Gartiera, di Savoia, del Tosone, e di San Michele. Et con la descrittione dell?Isole di Malta & dell?Elba. Con Privilegio. In Venetia, appresso Camillo, & Rutilio Borgomineri Fratelli, al Segno di San Giorgio,1566.

      Ril. in pergamena settecentesca, cm 15,5x10, cc. 8 non numer., pp 152. Marca tipografica al frontespizio, capilettera xilografici, 4 illustrazioni xilografiche a piena pagina di stemmi e e collane di Ordini cavallereschi, lungo appunto manoscritto all'ultima carta, alcune piccole macchie, titoli manoscritti al dorso, parzialmente distaccato dai fascicoli. Ex libris al contropiatto. Prima edizione dell'opera del Sansovino, nella quale l'autore illustra l'origine della cavalleria di Collana, di Croce e di Sprone e riporta gli statuti degli Ordini "della Gartiera, di Savoia, del Tosone & di San Michele.

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        Origine dei Cavalieri? nella quale si tratta l?inventione, l?ordine, et la dichiaratione della Cavaleria di Collana, di Croce, & di Sprone. Con gli statuti in particolare della Gartiera, di Savoia, del Tosone, & di San Michele, et con la descrittione dell'Isole di Malta & dell'Elba..

      In Venetia, appresso Camillo, & Rutilio Borgominieri, 1566. 1566 In -8 (150 x 100), cc. (8), 152. Con quattro figure a piena pagina raffiguranti gli stemmi degli ordini: Collana della Gartier, di Savoia, del Tosone, di San Michele. Buona leg. dei primi anni del XIX secolo mezza pelle con titoli, filetti e fregi oro sul dorso. Piccola porzione di margine asportata nella parte bassa del frontespizio. Ottimo esemplare. Prima Edizione del trattato del Sansovino sugli ordini cavallereschi europei. Inizia con un discorso: Definitione & degnità del Cavaliero, seguito dalla descrizione dei vari ordini del passato, come i Cavalieri della Tavola Rotonda, Templari, i Teutonici, i Cavalieri di Malta, quelli di San Giacomo e di molti altri ordini, con i loro Statuti e le loro Leggi. L'opera si conclude con la descrizione delle isole di Malta, sede dei Cavalieri di San Giovanni di Gerusalemme e dell'Elba, per i Cavalieri dell?Ordine di Santo Stefano. Cfr. BMC, 608; Graesse VI, 267.

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        Herodoti Halicarnassei Historiae Lib IX & De Vita Homeri Libellus Illi ex interpretatione Laur. Vallae adscripta hic ex interpret. Coradi Heresbachii vtraque ab Henr. Stephano recognita. Ex Ctesia excerptae historiae. Ic

      Henricus Stephanus [Geneva] 1566. Good with no dust jacket Hardcover Repairs bottom margins of titlepage & some text pages, edgeworn, most of front flyleaf removed, light tone. Solid copy.; Contemporary vellum boards, rebacked with modern leather spine. Six compartment spine with red leather label, gilt label lettering. Printed by the second Henri Estienne (Henricus Stephanus), a third- generation printer recognized for his scholarly editions of Greek and Latin classics. Renouard 1566 8. Notable early Latin translations from Greek, including the very scarce four illustrated plates. The Herodotus History translation into Latin was by the Italian humanist philosopher Lorenzo Valla, while Ctesias' Life Of Homer was by the German humanist scholar Konrad Heresbach.

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        Synopsis (griechisch) eorum, quae de balneis. Aliisque miraculi Puteolanis scripta sunt. Adiectis balneis aenariarum, necnon locis obscurioribus non inutilibus scholiis. Opus ab auctore denuo recognitum, & locupletatum.

      Klein-4°. 4 n.n. Bl., 128 (recte 120) S., 15 n.n. S. Index und Erata. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Durling 2841. - Nicht bei Adams. - BM Short-titel catalogue 392. - Lehrgedichte über die Bäder von Pozzuoli bei Neapel. Enthält das Lehrgedicht von Francesco Aretino (d.i. Francesco Accolti): Balneandorum canones - von Giovanni Battista Elisio: Aenariarum balnea - von Lombardi, in Versform geschrieben nach Galen: Quos, quibus, et quando purgare oporteat - von Hippokrates: Jusjurandum sowie: Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum. Mit einem Vorwort von Giovanni Francesco Brancaleone. Seltener Text zur Balneologie in Italien. Über den Verfasser, der aus Neapel stammte, scheint nichts bekannt zu sein. - Kleine Wurmspur im unteren Papierrand. Einband mit Flecken auf dem Vorderdeckel.

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        Opera per doctissimum Philosophum Ioannem Baptistam Memum patritium Venetum, mathematicharumque artium in urbe Veneta lectorum publicum. De Graeco in Latinum Traducta & Noviter impressa.Venice: Bernardinus Bindonus, 1537. First edition.

      Very rare editio princeps of Apollonius' Conics, the basic treatise on the subject, "which recognized and named the ellipse, parabola, and hyperbola" (Horblit 4, on the later edition of 1566). This is one of the three greatest mathematical treatises of antiquity, alongside those of Euclid and Archimedes. This first edition is very rare, preceding by 29 years the Commandino edition of the same four books canonized by Horblit (and taken over by Dibner and Norman), and this first edition is known to have been used by Tartaglia, Benedetti and, however critically, Maurolico (see Rose). Books I-IV were the only ones to survive in the original Greek; Borelli discovered Arabic versions of books V-VII and published them, in Latin translation, in 1661. "Apollonius (ca. 245-190 BC) was the last of the great Greek mathematicians, whose treatise on conic sections represents the final flowering of Greek mathematics" (Hutchinson's DSB, p. 16).<br/><br/> Apollonius synthesized the work of his predecessors as well as contributing new methods and techniques of his own. "For a modern reader, the Conics is among the most difficult mathematical works of antiquity. Both form and content are far from tractable. The author's rigorous rhetorical exposition is wearing for those used to modern symbolism... Apollonius has, in a way, suffered from his own success: his treatise became canonical and eliminated its predecessors, so that we cannot judge by direct comparison its superiority to them in mathematical rigor, consistency and generality. But the work amply repays closer study; and the attention paid to it by some of the most eminent mathematicians of the seventeenth century (one need only mention Fermat, Newton and Halley) reinforces the verdict of Apollonius' contemporaries, who, according to Geminus, in admiration for his Conics gave him the title of The Great Geometer... <br/><br/> "The first real impulse towards advances in mathematics given by the study of the works of Apollonius occurred in Europe in the sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries... It is hard to underestimate the effect of Apollonius on the brilliant French mathematicians of the seventeenth century, Descartes, Mersenne, Fermat, and even Desargues and Pascal, despite their very different approach. Newton's notorious predilection for the study of conics, using Apollonian methods, was not a chance personal taste... It was not until Poncelet's work in the early nineteenth century... revived the study of projective geometry that the relevance of much of Apollonius' work to some basic modern theory was realized... <br/><br/> "Hipparchus and Ptolemy absorbed his work and improved on it. The result, the Ptolemaic system, is one of the most impressive monuments of ancient science (and certainly the longest-lived), and Apollonius' work contributed some of its essential parts" (DSB I 97-99). <br/><br/> The text was passed down by Eutocius, a Byzantine mathematician of the Justinian period, and translated from the Greek by Giovanni Battista Memo (1466-1536), Public Professor of Mathematics at Venice. A patrician who held a number of important government posts, he was instrumental in establishing the mathematical chair of which he became the first occupant in 1530. This is his principal work, published just a year after his death by his nephew. The Greek manuscript he employed is unknown, though Rose suggests it might have been the one which once belonged to the family of the present work's dedicatee, Cardinal Marino Grimani. Rose groups Memo with the successors of Valla, Zamberti and Gaurico, who applied the new philology to Greek scientific treatises, especially mathematics. <br/><br/> Only five copies located in America (Harvard, Louisville, MIT, UNC, Yale). Brunet I.347; Essling II.667-8; Riccardi I 247 ('raro libro'); Sander 480; Stillwell II.139; not in Adams; Heath, T.R., <i>Apollonius of Perga: Treatise on Conic Sections</i> (Oxford, 1896); Horblit 4, Dibner 101 and Norman 57 for the Commandino edition of 1566; P.L. Rose, <i>The Italian Renaissance of Mathematics</i>, 52-3 et seq.. Folio (306 x 220), pp [1] 2-88 [1] [1:blank], contemporary vellum, small red stamp to the bottom margin of title and colophon covered, woodcut title printed in red and black with a portrait of a mathematician in the centre surrounded by woodcut border showing 11 pairs of ancient scientists and philosophers, numerous geometrical diagrams in text and portrait of St. Peter beneath colophon at end. A fine copy of this very rare work

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        La rissa dei popolani.

      XVII secolo. Incisione in rame all'acquaforte e bulino, cm 35 x 50 circa (alla lastra) pi? margini. "F. Villamena inv." ? riportato in basso a sinistra, in lastra. Francesco Villamena (Assisi, verso il 1566 - Roma, 1624), disegnatore, pittore e incisore al bulino, oper? a Roma nel primo quarto del XVII secolo. Secondo la tradizione, fu allievo di Cornelius Cort, ne copi? le incisioni, e lavor?, in et? giovanile, con Agostino Carracci. Realizz? poche incisioni come sue proprie originali, e riprodusse invece i disegni di molti artisti, tra cui Raffaello, Paolo Veronese, Federico Barocci, Girolamo Muziano e Giulio Veronese. Il "caravaggesco" Villamena illustra qui un episodio di ordine pubblico realmente accaduto nel 1601: lo scoppio di una lite, frequentissime in quel periodo a Roma, e l'intervento di un capopopolo per fermarla. Realizzata alla riconoscibile maniera dell'incisore, l'incisione ? caratterizzata da grandi tratteggi che molto lasciano alle parti bianche del chiaroscuro.

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        Misopogon et epistolae, graece' latineque primum edita et illustrata a' petro martinio morentino navarro... parisiis, apud andream wechelum, 1566.

      Cm. 17, pp. (4) 317 (3). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio ed alcuni capolettera decorati. Legatura del tempo coeva in piena pergamena floscia con titoli in oro su tassello al dorso. Un'antica nota di possesso ms. ed un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al frontespizio. Qualche gora marginale, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Testo greco e latino. Rara ed interessante edizione di questa satira con la quale il severo imperatore Giuliano rispondeva agli Antiocheni da lui accusati di eccessiva mondanità. Cfr. Adams J-419.

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        DE GLI HECATOMMITHI. Nella quale si contengono tre Dialoghi della vita Civile.

      In-8 p. (mm. 204x150), 2 parti in 1 vol., mz. pelle settecentesca con ang. (lievi abras.), 7 cc.nn. (manca l?ultima c. che è bianca), 500 pp.num.; 5 cc.nn. ("manca il frontesp." della seconda parte), 464 pp.num. Il vol. è ornato dalla marca tipografica ai due frontespizi, da grandi e belle iniziali a vignetta in silografia, testo in carattere corsivo. Nella prima parte, la dedica ad Emanuele Filiberto Duca di Savoia è seguita da un proemio e una lunga introduzione mentre la seconda, dedicata ad Alfonso d?Este Duca di Ferrara, è introdotta nelle prime 137 pp. dai ?Tre dialoghi della vita civile?. "Seconda edizione". In questa raccolta di novelle, che ricalcano la struttura del Decamerone, l?A. (1504-1573) presenta una brigata di dame e gentiluomini che su di una nave fuggono a Marsiglia da Roma, saccheggiata dalle soldatesche di Carlo V (1527), e per distrarsi passano il tempo nel racconto di cento narrazioni, distribuite in dieci decadi (a seconda del loro soggetto: una è dedicata ai ?prodi?, un?altra agli ?ingrati?, un?altra ai ?frodolenti?, ecc.). Tra queste novelle vanno ricordate quella della perfidia dell?alfiere perchè offrì a Shakespeare la trama dell?"Otello" e quella, diversamente truce (VIII, 5) da cui lo Shakespeare trasse "Misura per misura". Così Dizionario Opere Bompiani, III, p. 7-8. Cfr. Gamba,1435 (in Nota) che cita la prima ediz. del 1565: ?Libro di valore che ebbe molte ristampe?. Corto del marg. superiore; ultime 7 cc. con arross. e antico restauro lungo tutto il marg. esterno; l?ultima c. con picc. manc. che intaccano alc. lettere del t., ma complessivam. buon esemplare.

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        In Aristotelis Libros Octo Politicorum Commentarii

      Venice: Apud Vincentium Valgisium, 1566 First edition of the uncommon commentary on Aristotle's Politics. OCLC notes ten copies in North America. . Contemporary stiff vellum with gilt paste-paper label on spine, edges mottled in brown and red. Octavo. With the final blank. Woodcut printer's device of a T-bar with snake and hands on title-page and last leaf, attractive woodcut historiated initial letters. Several contemporary marginal annotations in the beginning of the text, a little light dampstaining at lower margin at end, never intruding into text. A very good, attractive copy. Donato Acciaiuoli (1429-1478) was an Italian scholar, humanist, and statesman, and a member of the powerful Florentine Acciaiuoli family. He studied under the Byzantine scholar John Argyropoulos and was renowned for his abilities in Greek nd mathematics. He wrote Latin translations of some of Plutarch's ''Lives'' (Florence, 1478); a commentaries on Aristotle's Ethics, as well as this one on Politcs, and lives of Hannibal, Scipio and Charlemagne, and a translation of Bruni's history of Florence into Italian. He was also an important diplomat. He died at Milan in 1478, when on his way to Paris to ask the aid of Louis XI on behalf of the Florentines against Pope Sixtus IV.

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        Tractatus de Testamentis, De Feudis, De Donationibus, De Iure

      1566. Claro, Giulio [1525-1575]. Tractatus de Testamentis, De Feudis, de Donationibus, De Iure Emphiteotico: Nunc ab Omnibus Erroribus Maxima Diligentia Emendati: Cum Summariis, & Repertoriis Omnium Quaestionum, Ac Incidenter Dictorum. Venice: Apud Franciscum Laurentinum, 1566. 8, [32], 243 ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, faint early hand-lettered title to spine, later signature (Romatelli) to front cover, ties lacking. Light soiling, rubbing to extremities, insect damage to rear cover, front joint cracked, pastedowns loose. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Occasional early annotations and underlining. Toning, dampstaining in a few places, interior otherwise clean. A solid copy. * Second edition. With indexes. First published in 1565, this popular work on wills, gifts, feudal writs, usury and other topics in Roman criminal and civil law went through numerous editions throughout Europe well into the eighteenth century. These four tracts were books 3-4 of the author's unfinished Sententiae Receptae. Claro was a Milanese jurist. OCLC and KVK locate one copy of this edition in North America (at the Library of Congress). Another copy located at Harvard Law School. This edition not in Adams. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT 16) CNCE 12641.

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        Commentarii et emendationes in libros M. Varronis de lingua Latina

      Paris, Apud Gabrielem Buon, in clauso Brunello ad D. Claudii insigne, 1566.. 8 Bll., 192 S. Pappband des 18. Jhdts.

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        [Von gebürlichem Thun und Lassen eines christlichen Ehemanns. [Teil 2:] Von underweisung und gottseliger Anfürung einer christlichen Frawen.] Erster Theyl Ioannis Ludouici Viuis des fürtreflichen, Weitherberümpten vnd Hochgelehrten Redners, Von gebürlichem thun vnd lassen eines Christlichen Ehemanns, Zu Lytein, De Officio Mariti, genannt, in ein Buch verfasset, vnd durch Herrn Christophorum Brunonem, beyder Rechten Licentiaten, Weilandt Poetischen Leerer in ... München ... in unser Mütterliche Teutsche Spraach gebracht, und erklärt. Darzu mit Künstlichen Figuren gezieret. Allen, nit allein Ehemännern ... sondern auch jungen gesellen ... hochnöthig zulesen, und zuwissen. Ander Theyl Ioannis Ludouici Viuis des theuren, Hochuerstendigen vnd wolberedten manns, Von vnderweisung vnd Gottseligen anfürung einer Christlichen Frawen, im Latein, De Institutione Christianae Foeminae gant, Kürtzlich in drei Bücher begriffen, Und durch H. Christophorum B

      Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben 1566. 31 cm. 2 Teile in 1 Band; (4), 51 (ohne das letzte weiße); (6), 104 (irrig 102) Blatt mit 37 (teils wiederholten) Textholzschnitten von Hans Weiditz (27), Hans Schäufelein (8) und anderen sowie 2 Schlußvignetten in Holzschnitt; Teil 1 Titel in Rot und Schwarz. Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts - VD16 V 1887 und V 1868 - Oldenbourg, Schäuf. L 238 - Richter, Egenolff 245 - Hayn / Gotendorf VIII, 136: "Rar" - Erstmals 1529 und 1524 in Lateinisch erschienene Beschreibung der Institution der Ehe aus männlicher Sicht und Erziehungslehre für Mädchen und Frauen. Die Holzschnitte in guten Abdrucken, die von Weiditz (12 in Band 1, 15 in Band 2) stammen aus Petrarcas "Trostspiegel", die von Schäuffelen (8 in Band 2) aus dem "Dekameron". Sie zeigen verschiedene Abschnitte des ehelichen Zusammenlebens wie Brautwerbung, Hochzeit, Taufe und andere Festlichkeiten. Einbandbezug in den Ecken und Kanten restauriert, im Anfang und Schluß leicht fleckig, erste Lage am Bund restauriert -

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        LE IMPRESE ILLUSTRI. Con espositioni, et discorsi.

      In-4 p. (mm. 280x208), cartonato rustico antico (dorso e risg. rifatti), 10 cc.nn. (compreso il belliss. frontespizio architettonico con lo stemma di Filippo II, re di Spagna), 566 pp.num., 1 c.nn. (al recto grande marca tipogr. silografata), diviso in tre libri. Il vol., all?inizio di ogni capitolo, è ornato da grandi capilett. figur. inc. su legno ed è illustrato da oltre 130 magnifiche grandi vignette, inc. in rame, con le imprese e gli emblemi di personaggi illustri; fra queste: 17 sono a p. pag. (per re, regine, imperatori, papi) e 5 sono a doppia pag. (una, disegnata da Enea Vico, raffigura la battaglia di Muehlberg, 1547). "Prima edizione" di questa celebrata opera di Girolamo Ruscelli (Viterbo ca. 1504 - Venezia 1566) in cui si trattano ?il nome, l?origine e l?intentione, & le regole di questa bellissima profession dell?imprese? e in cui si raccolgono ?i motti, le armi, le insegne, i cimieri, le livree, le cifre figurate, i geroglifici, gli emblemi?. Cfr. Praz ?Studies in XVII Century Imagery?, p. 482: ?The engravings are attributed either to Giacomo Franco or Girolamo Porro? - The British Library, p. 593 - Brunet,IV,1463. Tracce d?uso, lieve alone o ingiallitura solo su alc. cc.; le pp. 553/560 corte del marg. inf. e con pesante alone al marg. interno, ma complessivam. un buon esemplare su carta distinta.

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        Synopsis (griechisch) eorum, quae de balneis. Aliisque miraculi Puteolanis scripta sunt. Adiectis balneis aenariarum, necnon locis obscurioribus non inutilibus scholiis. Opus ab auctore denuo recognitum, & locupletatum.

      Kl.-4°. 4 n.n. Bl., 128 (recte 120) S., 15 n.n. S. Index und Erata. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit. Die fliegenden Vorsätze auf den vorderen, resp. hinteren Buchdeckel aufgeklebt. Durling 2841. - Nicht bei Adams. - BM Short-titel catalogue 392. - Lehrgedichte über die Bäder von Pozzuoli bei Neapel. Enthält das Lehrgedicht von Francesco Aretino (d.i. Francesco Accolti): Balneandorum canones - von Giovanni Battista Elisio: Aenariarum balnea - von Lombardi, in Versform geschrieben nach Galen: Quos, quibus, et quando purgare oporteat - von Hippokrates: Jusjurandum sowie: Regimen Sanitatis Salernitanum. Mit einem Vorwort von Giovanni Francesco Brancaleone. Seltener Text zur Balneologie in Italien. Über den Verfasser, der aus Neapel stammte, scheint nichts bekannt zu sein. - Kleine Wurmspur im unteren Papierrand. Einband mit Flecken auf dem Vorderdeckel.

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