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2016-03-31 17:18:19
MILIEU (Christophe).
- 2 ouvrages en 1 volume in-4. 1). 197pp. 2). 12ff. 210pp. 1f. (1f.blanc). Plein veau brun, plats ornés de plaques estampées à froid, titre du premier ouvrage inscrit à l'encre sur la tranche (reliure entièrement refaite en conservant le décor original des plats). 1). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage important dans l'histoire de la pensée historique. Christophe Milieu était un intellectuel suisse originaire de la ville d'Estavayer-le-Lac (pays de Vaud). Après avoir étudié le droit civil en Italie, enseigné au collège de la Trinité à Lyon et s'être converti au protestantisme, il avait voyagé en Allemagne et en Turquie. C'est à cette occasion qu'il conçut l'idée de ce livre novateur sur l'histoire des choses et de leur connaissance, qui constitue un travail précurseur des conceptions actuelles de la discipline connue sous le nom d'histoire culturelle. "In 1548 Christophe Milieu (or Christophorus Mylaeus) published in Florence a remarkable book entitled 'Plan for writing the History of the Universe', and three years later he produced an expanded edition, printed in Basel, called 'Writing the History of the Universe of Things'. Virtually unknown and seldom appreciated by students of the Renaissance learning, Milieu has two claims to the attention of modern scholars. He was perhaps the first author to employ the term 'historiae litteraturae' ('history of literature') and to have a critical conception of this genre; and moreover he fundamentally transformed the classical and medieval 'encyclopedia' of arts and science by looking radically to history and to the idea of evolution a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas
2016-03-25 18:44:36
GEMMA FRISIUS, (Reiner)
1567 - de (4 ff.), 49 ff. mal Venise, Giovanni Bariletto, 1567, in-4, de (4 ff.), 49 ff. mal chiff. 51, (1 f.), reliure basane du dix-neuvième siècle à dos lisse, Rare édition originale de la traduction italienne, la seule parue dans cette langue au seizième siècle. Première arithmétique populaire du seizième siècle, combinant l'ancienne science des nombres avec l'arithmétique commerciale italienne ; elle fut répandue à l'époque dans toute l'Europe. L'édition est augmentée des notes de J. Peletier du Mans, qui parurent pour la première fois en 1549. Jolis papiers dominotés, collés sur les contre-plats. Coiffe de tête un peu fatiguée, extrémités frottées [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-03-24 17:43:04
GREMOND (Jacques);
De l'imprimerie de Thomas Richard, à la Bible d'or, devant le College de Reims, Paris 1567 - Petit in-8 de (4) ff., cartonnage à la Bradel, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge (Lemardeley). Edition originale rare ornée d'un fleuron au verso du dernier feuillet. « Et tout ce que prophétise un huguenot ravisseur, n'est que le jargon de Gog et Magog antechrists lesquels depuis cinq cents ans ne cessent remettre le peuple en erreur, et oppression de toute la Chrétienté, et provoque le faux prophète la fin de ce monde (plongé en abus pis que la cité de Ninive) et prochain de subversion & ruyne, si par le baptesme de penitence ne sont les pécheurs amendés. » [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France]
2016-03-19 16:34:08
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus
Francesco de' Franceschi Senese & Giovanni Chrieger Alemano Compagni, Venetia 1567 - Early vellum over boards, title in faint manuscript on spine (3 raised bands); 8vo (233x168mm); pp. [10], 506, with fine woodcut title-p., and more than 100 woodcut illustations (some folding). Lacking 7 leaves (pp. 119-120, 161-162, 167-168, 177-178, 183-184, 209-210, 215-216). In VG+ or better condition, with just some light marginal foxing, some early marginlia and underlining. Images of water-wheels, clocks, architectural elements -- beautiful illustrations attributed to Cicognara and Poleni John Chriegher. Printed in Italic and Roman type. Graesse VII, 379. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books, A.B.A.A.
2016-03-19 16:34:08
Vitruvius Pollio, Marcus
Venetia: Francesco de' Franceschi Senese & Giovanni Chrieger Alemano Compagni, 1567. Second edition. Hardcover. Very Good+. Early vellum over boards, title in faint manuscript on spine (3 raised bands); 8vo (233x168mm); pp. [10], 506, with fine woodcut title-p., and more than 100 woodcut illustations (some folding). Lacking 7 leaves (pp. 119-120, 161-162, 167-168, 177-178, 183-184, 209-210, 215-216). In VG+ or better condition, with just some light marginal foxing, some early marginlia and underlining. Images of water-wheels, clocks, architectural elements -- beautiful illustrations attributed to Cicognara and Poleni John Chriegher. Printed in Italic and Roman type. Graesse VII, 379.
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2016-03-19 13:44:10
Fortescue, [John, Sir]
[Imprinted at London in Fletesrete within Temple Barre, at the signe of the hand and starre: by Rychard Tottill [Richard Tottell], 1567]. First English edition. [1], 132, [3] ff. English and Latin text in parallel columns. A-R^8. 8vo. The first English translation of Sir John Fortescue's De laudibus legum Angliæ, first published ca. 1543 for the education of Henry VI's son, the Prince of Wales. Fortescue (c.1397-1479) was a jurist and influential Lancastrian propagandist -- he recanted his views and saved his neck when Edward IV ascended the throne. "With the possible exception of Sir Thomas More, Fortescue is the English common lawyer who until the days of Coke and Bratton had most to say of importance to a reading public outside his own profession " (ODNB). His De laudibus legum Angliæ is "an exposition of the advantages of English common law over the Roman law of the continent, and contains a uniquely valuable description of the inns of court and the legal profession" (ibid). ESTC S102454. 19th-century blind paneled calf to style. First and last few leaves worn at lower corner, title-page lightly soiled, a few leaves cut short.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2016-03-06 01:13:46
Haddon, Walter, 1516-1572
Londini, Apud Gulielmum Sereslum [William Serez], 1567. Quarto; two parts in one volume: [8], 350; [2], 140, [1] p.; 20 cm. A collection of speeches, letters (part 1) and poems (part 2) by Reformation Latinist and doctor of law Walter Haddon. STC (2nd ed.) 12596. Bound in contemporary, or slightly later, full blind-tooled leather, hinges weak. Good, edges of title-page & lower corner of last three leaves torn with early repairs and skilled pen & ink restoration. stock#OB463.
Bookseller: Bibliomania
2016-02-22 20:33:02
TAGAULT (Jean)
1567 - [16]-487-[48] pages Lyon, Guillaume Rouille, 1567, in-8, [16]-487-[48] pages (signatures : aa8, a8-z8, A8-G8, H4, AA8-CC8), veau havane de l'époque, dos à nerfs et à petits fleurons, encadrement de triple filet et fleurs de lys angulaires, fer doré oval au centre des plats, Bois dans le texte, représentant notamment des instruments et 3 squelettes à pleine page, dans des postures inspirées des figures de Vésale. Ce manuel de chirurgie populaire, publié pour la première fois en 1543, fut augmenté d'un sixième livre en 1544 ; notre édition comporte ce sixième livre, intitulé De materia chirurgica, rédigé par Jacques Houllier, élève de Tagault. Médecin français célèbre du XVIe siècle, Jean Tagault fut l'un des premiers professeurs de chirurgie ; il enseigna à la faculté de Paris, particulièrement ce qui concerne le traitement des fractions et des luxations. Rares surcharges anciennes à l'encre dans le texte. Baudrier IX-314; Durling p. 554. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Alain Brieux
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2016-02-07 19:22:48
FORLANI PAOLO
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2016-02-07 19:22:48
FORLANI PAOLO
Venezia, 1567 - Incisione in rame ad acquaforte e bulino, mm 247x482.Carta con margini graduati, priva di scala grafica orientata con indicazione dei venti "Tramontana-Levante-Ponente-Ostro" ai lati della carta con il nord a sinistra. Si tratta di una ripresa di modelli precedenti fino a risalire alla prima carta in rame, "El Piamonte" di Salamanca del 1553. Stato unico.Paolo Forlani veronese fu attivo a Venezia tra il 1560 e il 1574 come incisore e mercante. Le sue incisioni, in gran parte di soggetto geografico, furono pubblicate dai principali editori e stampatori veneziani. Egli collaborò spesso con Gastaldi del quale incise ben 13 carte. La sua opera più importante è la raccolta "Il primo delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo", prima organica collezione di cartografia urbana stampata in Italia, con incisioni datate 1566 e 1567. Tra il 1566 ed il 1568 risulta attivo a "Merzaria al segno della colonna", mentre dal 1569 "in Merzaria alla libreria della nave".Forlani non pubblicò mai la seconda parte e consegnò i rami a Zenoi che nello stesso anno li riutilizzò in una sua raccolta senza titolo. Dopo il 1574 si perdono sue notizie. Molto probabilmente morì durante la grande peste che colpì Venezia tra il 1575 ed il 1576Almagià, Monumenta Italiae Cartographica, pag. 16-17; Meurer, Strabo illustratus, 71; Perini, L'Italia e le sue regioni nelle antiche carte geografiche, pag. 42; Bifolco-Ronca, Cartografia rara italiana, XVI secolo, L'italia e i suoi territori, 41; Valerio, L'Italia e le sue regioni nella bottega dell'incisore, 11.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini
2016-01-30 01:34:47
A Lyon Par Benoist Rigaud 1567 1A Lyon, Par Benoist Rigaud, 1567. 4 parties en 1 vol. in-8 de (16)-312 ff. ; 28 ff. ; 87-(9) pp. ; 102-(2-) pp., veau brun raciné, dos orné à nerfs, double filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, pièce de titre en maroquin rouge (Pagnant).Première édition en quatre parties, publiée sous le règne de Charles IX. Recueil d'édits et ordonnances qui va connaître de nombreuses éditions augmentées jusqu'en 1720. La deuxième partie porte le titre : Ordonnance du roy sur l'abbreviation des procès et consignation de certaines sommes de deniers par ceux qui voudront plaider suivie des Ordonnances faites à Moulin au mois de Février 1567 en troisième partie. Quatrième partie : Arrest de l'innocence de Messire Gaspard de Cologny. Relié à la suite : Ordonnances du Roy, cõcernants la police generale de son Royaume. A Lyon, Par Benoist Rigaud, 1567. In-8 de 38-(2) ff. Pas dans Baudrier. Baudrier III, 248. Ex-libris manuscrit à l'encre du temps sur la gouttière « Molinett Orleans Janvier (15..) » ; ex-libris manuscrit XIXe « P. Boudoir ».
Bookseller: Bonnefoi Livres Anciens [France, Paris]
2016-01-22 17:56:33
Curione, Celio Augustino.
1567. Folio. 163, (19) pp., final blank f. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. (Bound with) II: Hoffmeister, Johann. In XII priora capita actuum apostolicorum commentaria [...]. Cologne, Arnold Birckmanns heirs, 1567. (6) pp., 1 blank f., 225, (1) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. spine title. Traces of ties. First edition of the history of the Saracens and Turks, dedicated to Emperor Maximilian II. The humanist C. A. Curio (1538-1567) thinks it likely that the Turks are descended from the Huns and shows skepticism toward theories that they might be descended from the Twelve Tribes of Israel, or, as Pliny had surmised, from the Tartars. Curio describes the Saracens as a people wrought by internal strife, often defeated and fragmented by the Arabs. - Bound within the same volume is a rare commentary on the first 12 chapters of the Acts of the Apostles by the Augustinian and theologian J. Hoffmeister (c. 1509-47). - Binding slightly loosened; some reinforcements to gutters; second word rather browned in places with occasional waterstains. A good copy of an important, early work on the Turkish people. I: VD 16 C, 6410 (D 2655). Göllner 1211. Adams C 3078. BM-STC German 232. Schottenloher 51906. Kutter A14, 1. - II: VD 16. H 4266. Not in Adams or BM-STC German.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2016-01-22 16:43:42
Charpentier,Jacques
Paris: Thomas Brumen, 1567. The Ramus-Charpentier Mathematical Litigration: Reforming Mathematical Education in the 16th Century Charpentier, Jacques (1521-74). Admonitio ad Thessalum, academiae parisiensis methodicum, de aliquot capitibus prooemii mathematici: Quae continent eiusdem Carpentarii praelectiones in sphaeram. 8vo. [4], 102 [i.e., 104]ff. Woodcut publisher?s devise on title, woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces. Paris: Thomas Brumen, 1567. 165 x 108 mm. Vellum ca. 1567, spine repaired, endpapers renewed. Occasional marginal dampstaining, but a very good copy. First Edition of one of the major works in the celebrated ?Ramus-Charpentier Mathematical Litigation? between Charpentier, professor of medicine at the University of Paris, and the humanist philosopher Petrus Ramus (Pierre de la Ramée, 1515-72), regius professor of philosophy at the Coll?ge Royal. The two men were longtime adversaries, having clashed over Ramus?s outspoken criticisms of Aristotelian philosophy and his desire to reform the University?s Church-controlled medieval curriculum, particularly in the instruction of mathematics and logic. Ramus and Charpentier?s mathematical dispute began in 1565, when Pasquier Du Hamel, the University?s regius professor of mathematics, died and a young and unqualified Sicilian, Dampestre Cosel, was appointed to succeed him. Ramus objected both to Cosel?s ignorance of mathematics and to the system of patronage and influence-peddling that had resulted in his appointment; he pressured Cosel to resign the professorship and in 1566 persuaded Charles IX to issue a r … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-23 19:50:43
Bonifacius, - Papa.
Venedig. o.Drucker.1567. 3 Teile in einem Band. 25 x 20 cm. 17 Blatt, 463 Seiten, 8 Blatt, 191 Seiten, 6 Blatt, 1 leeres Blatt, 262 Seiten. Prgament der Zeit, Rücken mit späterem Pergament überzogen. Bestoßen und berieben. Bonifacius VIII. Sextus decretalium liber. - Clemens V. Constitutiones. - Johannes XXII. Extravagantes tum viginti. 3 Teile in einem Band, Venedig 1567 ohne Drucker. Ganz in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt, Text vom Kommentar umgeben. Einige alte Marginalien. Mit drei Titelblättern und einer Titelvignette, sowie einen fast ganzseitigen Holzschnitt. Wasserrandig und etwas gebräunt. Letzte Seite fehlt zur Hälfte (Textverlust). So nicht im KVK. Versand D: 6,00 EUR 16. Jahrhundert; Theologie
Bookseller: P.u.P. Hassold OHG [Germany]
2015-12-21 21:45:44
Luther, Martin
Frankfurt, Peter Schmid , 1567 4°, Titelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdr., Titelholzschn., 12 Bl., 582 S., 18 Bl. (Register u. summarischer Inhalt), Neuerer Pergament-Bd. /(alte blindgeprägte Deckel aufmontiert) über 4 echte Bünde., Kanten berieben, Schnallen fehlen. Besitzervermerk von alter Hand: « Ludervich Roche , anno 1567». 1/3 des Buchblocks am oberen Steg und im Falz etwas wasserändig, Titelblatt etwas stärker. Insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. VD16 ZV 22662. - Statt zu schweigen. wie es für Martin Luthers während seiner Mönchszeit üblich war. leitet er häufig kurz nach Beginn des Essens in ein lebhaftes Gespräch über. Die Gesprächsinhalte kennen keine Tabus. Alles. was am Tag vorgefallen war. kann hier besprochen werden. Aber selbstverständlich sind es meistens theologische oder kirchliche Themen. die erörtert werden. zum Beispiel indem Martin Luther Ergänzungen zu seinen Schriften oder Predigten liefert. Cordatus beginnt systematisch mitzuschreiben Die Gespräche verlaufen zumeist in lebhafter Diskussion. Ein reger Gedankenaustausch entwickelt sich. Manchmal hält Martin Luther aber auch eine längere Rede. die er zwar nicht als solche konzipiert hatte. die sich aber als Folge seiner spontanen Überlegungen und Gedanken ergibt. Nicht selten kommt es vor. dass ein Teilnehmer dieser Tischgespräche ein paar Stichworte notiert. um sich später besser an die Worte des verehrten Professors erinnern zu können. Aber erst der Zwickauer Pfarrer Konrad Cordatus. der ab Sommer 1531 für längere Zeit als Logiergast im Hause Luther verweilt. fasst Mut und beginnt. die Tischreden Martin Luthers … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej
2015-12-18 20:34:50
Luther, Martin
Frankfurt, Peter Schmid , 1567 - 4°, Titelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdr., Titelholzschn., 12 Bl., 582 S., 18 Bl. (Register u. summarischer Inhalt), Neuerer Pergament-Bd. /(alte blindgeprägte Deckel aufmontiert) über 4 echte Bünde., Kanten berieben, Schnallen fehlen. Besitzervermerk von alter Hand: « Ludervich Roche , anno 1567». 1/3 des Buchblocks am oberen Steg und im Falz etwas wasserändig, Titelblatt etwas stärker. Insgesamt ein gutes Exemplar. VD16 ZV 22662. - Statt zu schweigen, wie es für Martin Luthers während seiner Mönchszeit üblich war, leitet er häufig kurz nach Beginn des Essens in ein lebhaftes Gespräch über. Die Gesprächsinhalte kennen keine Tabus. Alles, was am Tag vorgefallen war, kann hier besprochen werden. Aber selbstverständlich sind es meistens theologische oder kirchliche Themen, die erörtert werden, zum Beispiel indem Martin Luther Ergänzungen zu seinen Schriften oder Predigten liefert.Cordatus beginnt systematisch mitzuschreibenDie Gespräche verlaufen zumeist in lebhafter Diskussion. Ein reger Gedankenaustausch entwickelt sich. Manchmal hält Martin Luther aber auch eine längere Rede, die er zwar nicht als solche konzipiert hatte, die sich aber als Folge seiner spontanen Überlegungen und Gedanken ergibt.Nicht selten kommt es vor, dass ein Teilnehmer dieser Tischgespräche ein paar Stichworte notiert, um sich später besser an die Worte des verehrten Professors erinnern zu können. Aber erst der Zwickauer Pfarrer Konrad Cordatus, der ab Sommer 1531 für längere Zeit als Logiergast im Hause Luther verweilt, fasst Mut und beginnt, die Tischreden Martin Luthers sy … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-12-06 20:32:04
Paracelsus, Theophrastus:
Cöln, Arnold Byrckmans Erben, 1567. Kl.-4to, blindgepr. Holzdeckelband d. Zt., handgeschr. altes Rückenschild, 12 Bll., 1 ganzseitiger Porträtholzschnitt, Holzschnitttitelbordüre; 12 nn. Blatt, 261 numm. S., 1 nn. Bl. mit Inhaltsverzeichnis und Druckvermerk (\"zu Cöln truckts Gerhart Vierendunck in verlegung Arnoldi Birckmans Erben\"); tlw. etw. gebräunt, nur sehr gering stockfl. und wasserrandig, Titelblatt etw. mouilliert und mit gelöschten Stempeln. Einbd. etw. bestoßen, Rücken und Ecken spät. mit Ldr. ausgebessert. Exemplar mit Anstr. und Marginalien von alter Hand. Erste Ausgabe, sehr selten! - Auf der Rückseite des Titel 13 lateinische Distichen, Vorrede von Balthasar Floeter Saganus, Silesius an Georg Fugger, Freiherrn zu Kirchbergk und Weissenborn. Ganzseitiges En Face Bild Hohenheims mit der Unterschrift \"Av. Ph. Th. Paracelsi, nati anno 1493. Mortvi anno 1541. Aetatis svae 47. Effigies\". - Die Ausgabe enthält folgende Einzelschriften (auf Deutsch): ‘Physionomia morborum - De Terebinthina & utroq; Hellebro - Liber secundus de Caduco Matricis - De Peste Commentarius - Fragmentum aliud de Peste - De ligno Guaiaco - Explicatio aliquot Aphorismorum Hippocratis. Im Inhaltsverzeichnis auf dem letzten Blatt bezeichnet als: Physionomey der kranckheiten - Vom Terpentin vund beiderley Christwurz - Von fallende(n) Siechtagen der Muter - Beschreibung der Pestilentz - Anders von der Pestilentz - Vo(m) Frantzösischen Holtze gründliche Heilungk - Auslegung etlicher Aphorismoru(m) Hippocratis . - Rare first edition. Not in the Bethesda library. 1 woodcut portrait. - Contemp. le … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Versandantiquariat Am Osning
2015-12-03 02:30:47
Melanchthon, Philippus
s.l./s.n. 1567 - 864 p. Origineel Perkament, 8° (opnieuw in de band gezet, pagina 71-74 en 535-538 in kopie. Zeldzame en vroeg gedateerde uitgave van deze in het nederlands vertaalde Augburgse Confessie en de uitgebreide verdediging daarvan door Philippus Melanchton)
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2015-12-02 02:42:25
(Bijbel) BIBLE
Genève, François Estienne 1567. (8, 4) 270, 90, 121 (11), 82 folia. 19e eeuws Leer, 8° (Vroege protestantse Bijbel in het Frans, ook wel Geneefse Bijbel genoemd, bestaande uit het Oude Testament, de Apocriefe Boeken, het Nieuwe Testament, de Psalmen -met noten- van Clement Marot en Theodorus Beza, en de Formulieren. Met de 5 uitvouwbare gravures, waaronder 4 kaarten, en 22 tekstgravures, waaronder ook enkele kaarten. Deze Franse uitgave is een herziene vertaling waaraan Calvijn heeft meegewerkt, later werd de Geneefse Bijbel gebruikt als basis voor de Statenvertaling. Voorafgegaan door: 'Calendrier Historial. Auquel auons adiousté vne declaration du Nombre d'or. Item, de l'Epacte. Item, de l'Indication Romaine. Plus du Cycle solaire, & pourquoy il a esté ordonné.' Dit werk van 8 fol. is geheel in rood en zwart gedrukt en bevat een jaarkalender voor het jaar 1567 met 24 gravures in de tekst waarvan 12 landbouwwerkzaamheden afbeelden behorende bij de betreffende maand. Met aantekeningen uit die tijd door het gehele werk, enkele in de marges en andere op de blanco pagina's geschreven.) (8, 4) 270, 90, 121 (11), 82 folia. 19th century Leather, 8° (Early protestant Bible, also called the Geneva Bible in French, containing the Old Testament, Apocrypha, the New Testament, the Psalms -with musical notation- of Clement Marot en Theodorus Beza, and the Forms. With the 5 folding engravings, among which 4 maps, and 22 engravings in the text, among these are also some maps. This French edition is a revised translation of which Johannes Calvijn collaborated, the French Geneva Bible was … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-26 16:36:53
Du Prat (Prateius), P.:
Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Moser [Wien, A, Austria]
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2015-11-26 16:36:53
Du Prat (Prateius), P
Lyon, G. Rouille, 1567. 5 (statt 6) Bll., 218 num. Bll. Folio. Blindgepr. Ldr.bd.d.Zt. auf Holzdeckeln auf 5 Bünde. IA 157.651. - Baudrier IX, 314 f. - Zischka 178. - Erste Ausgabe des mehrfach aufgelegten juristischen Lexikons. - Leider fehlt das Titelblatt!!!! - Schriftzug von alter Hand a.d. 1. Blatt, vereinzelt minimal stockfleckig, beide Schließen fehlen, Ecken bestoßen, Kanten berieben, Kapitale stärker bestoßen, unteres Kapital mit ca. 1 cm. Fehlstelle, obere Ecke des hinteren Einbanddeckels stärker bestoßen, kleinere Bezugsfehlstellen am hinteren Einbanddeckel. Titelblatt fehlt! [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Andreas Moser [Austria]
2015-11-26 13:04:42
TAGAULT, Jean
apud Guliel Rouillium sub scuto Veneto, Lyon, 1567. ATTRACTIVE EDITION OF A POPULAR SURGICAL TEXT 8vo. pp. [xvi] 488 [xlviii]. Roman and Italic letter, woodcut initials, head- and tail-pieces, printed side-notes, woodcut printer's device on t.p. of eagle and snakes, full-page woodcuts on pp 165-6 of wounded human figures and surgery, half and full page woodcuts throughout of surgical tools, three diagrams of the human skeleton pp 406-410. Light age yellowing, upper margin trimmed without loss. A good a clean copy in C17th vellum over boards, initials "P B A C" stamped in black on upper and '1665' on lower cover, remains of green ties, a.e.r. Attractive edition of a popular surgical text, drawn from the writings of Guy de Chauliac (1300-1368) that "treats of the nature and cure of wounds, tumors, hernias, ulcers, fractures and dislocations. A sixth book by Jacques Houllier describes the tools of surgery. Several interesting woodcuts appear to be reduced copies of plates from Vesalius' Tabulae anatomicae sex [1538]" (Heirs of Hippocrates cit. inf.). A product of its time, Tagault's surgical guide does not draw upon medical experience as a source for new information so much as confirm what Galen and the ancients had written. Using public dissection to teach surgery was a controversial practice, formally instituted in 1483 at Paris' conservative medical school where Tagault taught, behind its rivals Montpellier which had allowed public dissections as early as 1377, and Bologna in 1300. Nevertheless Tagault played an important role in forcing the medical profession outside of th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2015-11-24 19:58:09
Sanctus Ambrosius (episcopus) / D. Ambrosii / SAINT AMBROSE
EUSEBIUM EPISCOPIUM, et HAEREDES NICOLAI EPISCOPII: BASILEAE (BASEL), 1567. OMNIA QVOTQVOT EXTANT D. AMBROSII EPISCOPI MEDIOLANENSIS OPERA: PRIMVM PER DES. ERASMVM ROTERODAMVM, MOX PER SIG. GELENIVM, deinde per alios eruditos uiros diligenter castigata: nunc uerò postremùm per Ioannem Costerium... By Sanctus Ambrosius (episcopus) / D. Ambrosii / SAINT AMBROSE. BASILEAE, per EUSEBIUM EPISCOPIUM, et HAEREDES NICOLAI EPISCOPII. ANNO M.D. LXVII (1567). FIVE VOLUMES bound in TWO BOOKS. COMPLETE in these Two Books / Five Volumes. PREVIOUSLY OWNED by BARONESS ANNE HARINGTON, with her printed bookplate pasted onto the bottom margin of the title page of each Book. This bookplate is considered one of the "earliest examples of a woman's gift bookplate". The bookplate reads: "Ex dono Dominae Annae / Haringtonae Baronissae." Later these books were OWNED by CHARLES ARTHUR WYNNE-FINCH, 1841-1903, one of the "Royal and Noble" Families of Britain. His engraved armorial heraldic bookplate is on the front pastedown of each Book. BOOK ONE contains TOMUS / VOLUMES 1-3, BOOK TWO contains TOMUS / VOLUMES 4-5. Pagination BOOK ONE: {4] two front free endpaper leaves; [1] Title page; [1] blank verso; [6] Contents; [1] blank; [34] Dedication and Introductory pages; [142] Index; [1] Colophon page; 1-176 LIBER PRIMUS (Volume One); [1-4] 5-191 SECUNDUS TOMUS (Volume Two); [1] blank verso; [1-2] 3-366 TERTIUS TOMUS (Volume Three); [1] Colophon page; [1] Printer's Device; [4] two rear free endpaper leaves. Pagination BOOK TWO: [2] Title page and "Erasumus Lectori"; 3-766 QUARTUS TOMUS (Volume Four); [1] … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-20 09:16:30
Abraham BZOWSKI (1567 – 1637) Köln: Botzer 1613. 4º (17 x 21 x 8 cm)contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards with two clasps, with a monogram M. C. S. and dated 1616 (slightly age toned and stained, binding with minor rubbing, purple ink stains on the binding and the lower side).
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2015-11-14 18:24:21
Alciati, Andrea:
Sigismundi Feierabend,, Francofurti ad Moenum, 1567 - Francofurti ad Moenum, Sigismundi Feierabend, 1567. 8°. (8) Bl., 209 Bl., (1) Bl. Mit 134 Holzschnitten (emblemat. Darstellung) von J. Amman, V. Solis u.a. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschr. Rückentitel. VD16 A 1644. - Landwehr V, 30. - Seltenes Emblemwerk mit insgesamt 211 beschriebenen Motti, wobei nur 134 illustriert. - Durchgehend leere Zwischenblätter eingebunden. Mit durchgehendem Braunfleck. Einband angestaubt und fleckig. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschr. Rückentitel.
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2015-11-09 17:23:44
Dathenus, Petrus
s.l., s.n. (Emden, Willem Gailliart) 1567 - 2 werken in 1 band, z.p., LXIV folia. Origineel Leer met ribben en stempels, 8° (zijkanten rug vakkundig gerestaureerd. Vroege uitgave van de Psalmen van Dathenus, of Datheen, met zijn vertaling van de Catechismus en de formulieren. Aantrekkelijke stempelband, gebonden bruin leer en rijkelijk versierd met een motief van ranken en afbeeldingen van diverse mannen. De berijming van Petrus Dathenus ca. 1531-1588, was de belangrijkste en meest gebruikte psalmberijming van de gereformeerden tot aan de invoering van de 'staatsberijming' in 1773. De psalmen kenmerken zich door het -voor die tijd- alledaagse taalgebruik waarbij gebruik werd gemaakt van de melodiën uit het Geneefse psalmboek. Het kerkvolk was erg gehecht aan de psalmberijming en in de tijden van vervolging zorgen de psalmen voor houvast, zo werden ze gezongen tijdens hagenpreken, in gevangenissen en op brandstapels. Van deze uitgave zijn slechts 2 andere exemplaren bekend, beide zijn echter incompleet.) 2 works in 1 binding, n.p., LXIV folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Leather with 4 raised bands, 8° (the side edges of the spine are skillfully restored. Early edition of the Psalms by Dathenus, or Datheen, with his translation of the Catechism and the forms. Attractive blind-stamped binding, bound in brown leather and richly decorated with a design of vines and images of several men. The rhymed psalters by Petrus Dathenus ca. 1531-1588, were the most important and most used rhymed psalters of the reformed until the introduction of the 'state-sanctioned psalmbook' in 1773. Th … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-09 06:56:53
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- Nürnberg, (U. Neuber), 1567. 8vo. 147 (statt 150) num. Bl. (ohne die beiden nicht num. Schlußbl.). Mit Titelholzschnitt und zahlr. kleinen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Holzdeckelband d. Zeit mit 2 intakten Schließen. Sehr seltene Ausgabe eines Responsoriale mit den Wechselgesängen zu allen Sonn- und Festtagen. Notendruck mit gotischen Neumen auf 5 Linien (Tp 505). Die Liedanfänge mit hübschen kleinen Holzschnitt-Initialen meist aus einem Tier-Alphabet. Der Nürnberger Buchdrucker und Verleger Ulrich Neuber hat vor allem theologische Schriften und liturgische Drucke herausgebracht. - VD 16, ZV 13104 (nur 1 Expl. in Gotha nachgewiesen). - Der defekte Schweinsleder-Rücken später mit Pergament überklebt, vorderes Innengelenk gelockert und mit Papier verstärkt. Durchgehend finger- und braunfleckig, vereinzelt Marginalien und Kritzeleien in Tinte. Titel stärker fleckig und mit alten Besitzvermerken. Es fehlen die num. Bl. 5, 145 und 146 sowie 2 nicht numerierte Bl. am Schluß. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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2015-11-07 13:00:31
(BIJBEL)
Genève, François Estienne 1567. (8, 4) 270, 90, 121 (11), 82 folia. 19e eeuws Leer, 8° (Vroege protestantse Bijbel in het Frans, ook wel Geneefse Bijbel genoemd, bestaande uit het Oude Testament, de Apocriefe Boeken, het Nieuwe Testament, de Psalmen -met noten- van Clement Marot en Theodorus Beza, en de Formulieren. Met de 5 uitvouwbare gravures, waaronder 4 kaarten, en 22 tekstgravures, waaronder ook enkele kaarten. Deze Franse uitgave is een herziene vertaling waaraan Calvijn heeft meegewerkt, later werd de Geneefse Bijbel gebruikt als basis voor de Statenvertaling. Voorafgegaan door: 'Calendrier Historial. Auquel auons adiousté vne declaration du Nombre d'or. Item, de l'Epacte. Item, de l'Indication Romaine. Plus du Cycle solaire, & pourquoy il a esté ordonné.' Dit werk van 8 fol. is geheel in rood en zwart gedrukt en bevat een jaarkalender voor het jaar 1567 met 24 gravures in de tekst waarvan 12 landbouwwerkzaamheden afbeelden behorende bij de betreffende maand. Met aantekeningen uit die tijd door het gehele werk, enkele in de marges en andere op de blanco pagina's geschreven.) (8, 4) 270, 90, 121 (11), 82 folia. 19th century Leather, 8° (Early protestant Bible, also called the Geneva Bible in French, containing the Old Testament, Apocrypha, the New Testament, the Psalms -with musical notation- of Clement Marot en Theodorus Beza, and the Forms. With the 5 folding engravings, among which 4 maps, and 22 engravings in the text, among these are also some maps. This French edition is a revised translation of which Johannes Calvijn collaborated, the French Geneva Bible was … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-11-02 20:21:28
GUICCIARDINI, Ludovico.
Belg. Typ. 1360; Deys, Guicciardini illustratus 1; Tiele, Bibl. 420; STCV (2 copies, 1 incomplete).A coloured copy of the first edition of the first illustrated description of the Low Countries. Most of the cities shown in the plans and views had never before been depicted in a book. Not only was Guicciardini's book a great success, going through dozens of editions in a wide variety of languages, its maps, plans and views were also copied for decades, both for use in other books and for separate publication. Some minor stains and spotting, and insignificant old restorations to binding. A very good copy of the first great overview of the Low Countries, coloured by a contemporary hand.
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2015-10-12 20:39:30
Io. Bap. PIGNA)
Ferrariae, Excudebat Franciscus Rubeus de Valentia 1567 - 4°, cm 29 rara e preziosissima prima edizione degli statuti ferraresi curati dal Pigna, uomo politico e letterato (Ferrara 1530 - ivi 1575), detto Pigna dall'insegna della spezieria paterna. A venti anni professore nello Studio di Ferrara; familiare di [.] testo in latino su una e due colonne; frontespizio, vignette, capilettere e finali incisi; due errori di numerazione: c. 20 riportata come 21 e c. 302 riportata come 320; registro datato 1566; glosse [.] 1 vol. cc. (10 nn.) + 307 + (26 nn.) pp. rilegatura allentata, qualche carta staccata (tra cui il registro), lievissime fioriture, bruniture e fori di tarlo, nel complesso buon esemplare cartone muto con titoli manoscritti al dorso [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Editrice Belriguardo
2015-10-10 16:20:34
Paulus Aegineta ("Al-Qawabeli").
Lyon, Guillaume Rouille, 1567.. 8vo. (32), 923, (53) pp. With woodcut printer's device on t. p. Contemp. blindstamped vellum. All edges coloured.. Latin edition (translated by the humanist Johann Winter of Andernach) of the works of the Byzantine Greek physician Paul of Aegina, who lived in the seventh century, as reported by Abu'l-Faraj ibn al-Jawzi. His "Medical Compendium" in seven books remained a standard text throughout the Arabic world for more than eight centuries. It was the most complete encyclopedia of medical knowledge of its time, discussing 1) hygiene and dietetics; 2) fevers; 3) topical illnesses from head to toe; 4) skin diseases and ailments of the intestines; 5) toxicology; 6) surgery; 7) the composition of medicines. The sixth book on surgery in particular was referenced in Europe and the Arab world throughout the Middle Ages, and is of special interest for surgical history. Indeed, Paul's reputation was particularly great in the Islamic world: the Arabic translation of his works by Hunayn ibn Ishaq was strongly received, and it is said that he was especially consulted by midwives, whence he received the name of "al-Qawabeli", or "the Accoucheur". "Paulus Aegineta was the most important physician of his day and a skilful surgeon. He gave original descriptions of lithotomy, trephining, tonsillectomy, paracentesis and amputation of the breast; the first clear description of the effects of lead poisoning also comes from him" (Garrison/M., p. 7). - Occasional slight brownstaining; insignificant worming to margins of first few pages. A good copy. - Adams P 487 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-10-10 15:29:35
Agrippa Von Nettesheim, Heinrich Cornelius)
1567. Dim: 137 x 85 mm. Page de titre illustrée du portrait gravé de l'auteur en ovale (rognée en haut), texte en latin, non paginé (376p), 4 feuillets manquants, auréole en bas du texte. Ex libris manuscrit sur première garde. Reliure d'époque plein velin, titres calligraphiés sur dos et date en queue. Size: In 20 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Rossignol [Paris, France]
2015-10-08 13:41:57
Sanctus Ambrosius (episcopus) / D. Ambrosii / SAINT AMBROSE
BASILEAE (BASEL): EUSEBIUM EPISCOPIUM, et HAEREDES NICOLAI EPISCOPII, 1567. Hardcover. Fair. OMNIA QVOTQVOT EXTANT D. AMBROSII EPISCOPI MEDIOLANENSIS OPERA: PRIMVM PER DES. ERASMVM ROTERODAMVM, MOX PER SIG. GELENIVM, deinde per alios eruditos uiros diligenter castigata: nunc uerò postremùm per Ioannem Costerium... By Sanctus Ambrosius (episcopus) / D. Ambrosii / SAINT AMBROSE. BASILEAE, per EUSEBIUM EPISCOPIUM, et HAEREDES NICOLAI EPISCOPII. ANNO M.D. LXVII (1567). FIVE VOLUMES bound in TWO BOOKS. COMPLETE in these Two Books / Five Volumes. PREVIOUSLY OWNED by BARONESS ANNE HARINGTON, with her printed bookplate pasted onto the bottom margin of the title page of each Book. This bookplate is considered one of the "earliest examples of a woman's gift bookplate". The bookplate reads: "Ex dono Dominae Annae / Haringtonae Baronissae." Later these books were OWNED by CHARLES ARTHUR WYNNE-FINCH, 1841-1903, one of the "Royal and Noble" Families of Britain. His engraved armorial heraldic bookplate is on the front pastedown of each Book. BOOK ONE contains TOMUS / VOLUMES 1-3, BOOK TWO contains TOMUS / VOLUMES 4-5. Pagination BOOK ONE: {4] two front free endpaper leaves; [1] Title page; [1] blank verso; [6] Contents; [1] blank; [34] Dedication and Introductory pages; [142] Index; [1] Colophon page; 1-176 LIBER PRIMUS (Volume One); [1-4] 5-191 SECUNDUS TOMUS (Volume Two); [1] blank verso; [1-2] 3-366 TERTIUS TOMUS (Volume Three); [1] Colophon page; [1] Printer's Device; [4] two rear free endpaper leaves. Pagination BOOK TWO: [2] Title page and "Erasumus Lectori"; 3-766 QUARTUS TOMUS (Vo … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2015-09-26 22:34:37
Alciati, Andrea:
Francofurti ad Moenum, Sigismundi Feierabend, 1567.. 8°. (8) Bl., 209 Bl., (1) Bl. Mit 134 Holzschnitten (emblemat. Darstellung) von J. Amman, V. Solis u.a. Pergamentband der Zeit mit handschr. Rückentitel.. VD16 A 1644. - Landwehr V, 30. - Seltenes Emblemwerk mit insgesamt 211 beschriebenen Motti, wobei nur 134 illustriert. - Durchgehend leere Zwischenblätter eingebunden. Mit durchgehendem Braunfleck. Einband angestaubt und fleckig. (Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin)
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2015-09-23 14:47:54
Apollonius.
apud Ioannem Bellerum, sub Aquila aurea 1567 Apollonius. Lavini Apollonii Gandobrugani, mittelburgensis, de Peruviae, Regionis, inter Novi Orbis provincias celeberrimae, inventione et rebus in aedem gestis, libri V... Brevis, exactaque Novi Orbis, et Peruviae regionis chorographia. Antverpiae, apud Ioannem Bellerum, sub Aquila aurea, 1567. In - 8°, m. pergamena antica. 236, (8) ff. ede una carta geografica incisa in legno ripiegata f.t. Insegna tipografica nel frontespizio, apparentemente, ma perfettamente riprodotto in facsimile su carta antica. Testo in carattere italico. Bell' esemplare di quest' opera rara. Sabin, 1761. Leclerc, 1689: >. Negg...
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2015-09-08 14:23:49
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Vinegia,: appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1567. Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1567. In-8 gr., 2 parti in 2 voll. con legature antiche diverse (mz. pergam. con tit. oro su tassello al dorso, mm. 253 x 181) e (p. pergam. con tit. oro al dorso, tagli blu, mm. 256 x181), 44 cc.nn., 860 pp. num.; 24 cc.nn., 470 pp. num., 1 c.nn.; grande marca tipografica silografata ai frotespizi e, più piccola, al fine di ciascun vol.; ornati da testat., grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta, pure inc. su legno.<br> Nella prima parte figurano 37 Vite e “la vita dell’auttore descritta da Thomaso Porcacchi; & co’ Sommari a ciascuna Vita, con Tavole, & dichiarationi assai..”.<br> La seconda contiene 20 Vite, “con due tavole, l’una delle cose notabili, e l’altra di diversi nomi antichi e moderni di paesi, citta’, mari, promontori, venti, fiumi, monti, e luoghi, che in tutta l’opera si contengono. Con la dichiaratione de i pesi, e delle monete, che si usavano da gli antichi”.<br> Cfr. Gamba,1583: “Porta nel tit. ora l’anno 1566, ora 1567, o 1568, ma l’ediz. è sempre una sola.” - Brunet,IV,741 - Graesse,V,370 - Haym,I,p. 12, n. 3 - Bongi,II,83: “La terza e definitiva edizione usci’ nel 1566” (la I giolitina e’ del 1555).<br> Nel ns. esempl.: la prima parte con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti interc. nel t.; la seconda ben conservata.
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2015-08-25 16:06:52
Della Paglia, Antonio.
Basileae: Apud Thomam Garinum, [1567]. 609, [xv]pp. Title-page repaired. Modern boards..
Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books [Grosse Pointe, MI, U.S.A.]
2015-08-20 19:08:11
Fuentes Alonso de
In Vinegia: appresso Domenico Farri, 1567. In-16 V c. (3) c. 128 c. al frontespizio marca editoriale (Speranza: donna alata in piedi sul mondo anch'esso alato, con le mani giunte e la testa rivolta verso sole). Numerosi capilettera figurati. Piena pergamena rigida. Molto smarginato, fori da tarlo al dorso. Poche pagine molto arrossate. Traduzione italiana dell'opera di filosofia "Summa de Philosophía natural" (1547, dedicada a Carlos I). Divisa in sei parti, la prima tratta della sostanza e dei suoi elementi, la seconda del fuoco, la terza dell'acqua, la quarta dei pianeti, la quinta di meteorologia, la sesta della terra e dei regni vegetali ed animali. L'opera si sviluppa tramite un dialogo tra un cavaliere italiano, Etrusco, ed uno andaluso, Vandalio. Fuentes, Alonso de: poeta e scrittore di filosofia, astronomia e astrologia. Nato a Siviglia nel 1515 e morto nella seconda metà del secolo XVI. Farri Domenico: tipografo attivo a Venezia, figlio di Cristoforo e fratello di Giovanni e Giovanni Pietro. N. nel 1519, lavorò dapprima con i fratelli a San Zulian, da solo a San Moisè e a San Antonin, in società con Giovanni Bonadio a Santa Sofia. Fu processato per stampa di testi privi d'imprimatur o con privilegi a favore di altri tipografi. Ebbe 11 figli: Onofrio, Giovanni Antonio, Pietro, Ottavio, Benedetto, Girolamo, Luchina, Silvia, Camilla, Pantasilea e uno di cui non si conosce il nome. M. il 1.2.1604. Gli successero i figli Onofrio, Giovanni Antonio e Pietro. Ulloa, Alfonso de (m. 1570). Letterato e traduttore nato a Toro (Zamora). Visse a Venezia dove morì nel 1570. Alons … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Emiliana [Venezia, VE, Italy]
2015-08-02 16:52:31
GOTHA:
Kupferstich b. Balthasar Jenichen in Nürnberg, dat. 1567, 24 x 35 Holstein, German Engravings XV, 126; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 436 (Balthasar Jenichen , died 1599. Goldsmith, copper engraver and publisher of Nuremberg. .). - Extrem seltenes Blatt des Nürnberger Kupferstechers und Verlegers.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2015-08-02 16:48:54
PLUTARCO
appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari 1567 In - 8 gr., 2 parti in 2 voll. con legature antiche diverse (mz. pergam. con tit. oro su tassello al dorso, mm. 253 x 181) e (p. pergam. con tit. oro al dorso, tagli blu, mm. 256 x181), 44 cc.nn., 860 pp. num.; 24 cc.nn., 470 pp. num., 1 c.nn.; grande marca tipografica silografata ai frotespizi e, più piccola, al fine di ciascun vol.; ornati da testat., grandi capilett. figur. a vignetta, pure inc. su legno. Nella prima parte figurano 37 Vite e ?la vita dell?auttore descritta da Thomaso Porcacchi; & co? Sommari a ciascuna Vita, con Tavole, & dichiarationi assai..?. La seconda contiene 20 Vite, ?con due tavole, l?una delle cose notabili, e l?altra di diversi nomi antichi e moderni di paesi, citta?, mari, promontori, venti, fiumi, monti, e luoghi, che in tutta l?opera si contengono. Con la dichiaratione de i pesi, e delle monete, che si usavano da gli antichi?. Cfr. Gamba,1583: ?Porta nel tit. ora l?anno 1566, ora 1567, o 1568, ma l?ediz. è sempre una sola.? - Brunet,IV,741 - Graesse,V,370 - Haym,I,p. 12, n. 3 - Bongi,II,83: ?La terza e definitiva edizione usci? nel 1566? (la I giolitina e? del 1555). Nel ns. esempl.: la prima parte con uniformi arross. più o meno pesanti interc. nel t.; la seconda ben conservata.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Malavasi
2015-06-22 22:42:33
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Nürnberg, (U. Neuber), 1567.. 8vo. 147 (statt 150) num. Bl. (ohne die beiden nicht num. Schlußbl.). Mit Titelholzschnitt und zahlr. kleinen Holzschnitt-Initialen. Holzdeckelband d. Zeit mit 2 intakten Schließen.. Sehr seltene Ausgabe eines Responsoriale mit den Wechselgesängen zu allen Sonn- und Festtagen. Notendruck mit gotischen Neumen auf 5 Linien (Tp 505). Die Liedanfänge mit hübschen kleinen Holzschnitt-Initialen meist aus einem Tier-Alphabet. Der Nürnberger Buchdrucker und Verleger Ulrich Neuber hat vor allem theologische Schriften und liturgische Drucke herausgebracht. - VD 16, ZV 13104 (nur 1 Expl. in Gotha nachgewiesen). - Der defekte Schweinsleder-Rücken später mit Pergament überklebt, vorderes Innengelenk gelockert und mit Papier verstärkt. Durchgehend finger- und braunfleckig, vereinzelt Marginalien und Kritzeleien in Tinte. Titel stärker fleckig und mit alten Besitzvermerken. Es fehlen die num. Bl. 5, 145 und 146 sowie 2 nicht numerierte Bl. am Schluß.
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip
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2015-06-19 20:22:44
Giovio, Paolo (Paulus Jovius):
Basel, Heinrich Petri und Peter Perna, 1567.. 891 (recte 893), 482 (recte 472) S., 52 Bll. Mit einigen figürlichen Holzschnittinitialen. 8°, etwas spätere Pergamentbände (wohl Mitte des 17. Jahrhunderts) mit Rückentitel.. Einbände etwas berieben; Vorsätze leicht stockfleckig; wenige Bll. in Band 1 im weißen Rand etwas wasserfleckig - ansonsten ein nahezu fleckenfreies Exemplar; vereinzelt Tintenanstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand; letztes Blatt von Band 1 mit Knickfalte; jeweils alter Besitzvermerk, 2 Stempel und kleine Bibliothekssignatur auf dem Titel. Druck in Kursiv und Antiqua - schöner Basler Druck in einem sehr guten Exemplar. Mit gedruckten Widmungen an Cosmo Medici (Cosimo I. de Medici, Großherzog der Toskana), Alexander Medici (Alessandro de Medici) und Papst Leo X. Paolo Giovio (1483-1552); italienischer Historiker, Naturforscher und Arzt; Bischof von Nocera; Vertrauter der Medicis. VD 16, G. 2077/ Adams G 666 (nennt unter G 665 auch einen früheren Druck der gleichen Offizin aus dem Jahr 1559)/ nicht bei Graesse und im BM STC.
Bookseller: AixLibris - Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek
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2015-06-11 08:04:11
GIORGI, Federico.
In 8° (15,6 x 10 cm), leg. coeva in p.perg., tassello sul dorso in pelle bordeaux, con titolo e filettature in oro, pp.111 - (1),caratteri corsivi o italici, fregio tipografico xilogr. al frontespizio, ripetuto, in un altra variante, sul verso dell'ultima carta, 3 capilettera xilogr. Ottimo assai raro esemplare. Ceresoli, p.286. Harting, 268 (solo citata). Kreysig, p.153. Souhart, p.217. Ceresoli considera quest'opera la quarta edizione (la prima è del 1547), non computando però quella latina del 1547, assai problematica. Venne interamente rifatta ed è considerata molto rara. Talvolta si trova rilegata insieme a quella di Francesco Sforzino da Carcano Tre libri de gli Uccelli da rapina.., datata però 1548 e edita pur'essa da Giolito de' Ferrari e avente una propria numerazione e diversi caratteri di stampa. L'opera del bresciano Giorgi è molto curata e minuziosa e trovava vasto consenso tra i maggiori falconieri del tempo.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Naturalia
2015-05-15 04:37:40
In 8vo (cm 15); pergamena rigida antica (risguardi rinnovati); cc. (4), 83, (1 bianca). Insignificanti forellini sul margine esterno delle prime due carte, per il resto ottima copia.EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Nella dedica a Ovidio Bargellini (datata Bologna, 10 ottobre 1567) l'autore ricorda di considerare il Petrarca come il massimo poeta volgare ed, essendosi egli trovato a vivere passioni e situazioni amorose simili a quelle del suo grande predecessore, pur consapevole della propria modestia, si era infine deciso a pubblicare le canzoni ed i sonetti da lui scritti sulle sue vicende amorose (cfr. S. Baldoncini, Il Canzoniere a sacco. Girolamo Zoppio imitatore del Petrarca, in: " 'Per vaghezza d'alloro': Olimpo da Sassoferrato, Eurialo d'Ascoli e altri studi", Roma, 1981, pp. 81 - 104). La raccolta contiene in realtà  anche componimenti d'altro argomento, tra cui alcuni indirizzati all'autore da Sempronio Buongiovanni, Riccardo Boccaleone (cfr. F. Vecchietti - T. Moro, Biblioteca picena, Osimo, 1791, II, p. 275), Giovanni Battista Ferretti, Francesco Bottrigari, Carlo Passi e Sebastiano Morello. Alla carta 63, preceduto da una dedica a Giulio Cesare Colonna (datata Bologna, 15 luglio 1567) in cui lo Zoppio ricorda il suo profondo legame d'amicizia con Annibal Caro e Benedetto Varchi, comincia il Discorso intorno ad alcune oppositioni di M. Lodovico Castelvetro alla Canzone de' Gigli d'oro, composta da M. Annibal Caro in lode della Real Casa di Francia, in cui il nostro difende il Caro dalle accuse del Castelvetro. Chiudono il volume una lettera a Vincenzo Luchi, vescovo d'Ancona … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Govi Alberto
2015-03-31 12:21:41
POMPONAZZI, Pietro (1462-1525). -
Basel, Henricpetri, 1567.Small 8vo. Contemporary calf, blind stamped spine and covers with gilt angle pieces, spine with raised bands; slightly rubbed and lacking ties. A few woodcut initials and printer's device at end. [62, incl. 3 (of 4) blank leaves], 1015, (1) pp.; title slightly dust soiled, but generally a very good copy from John Evelyn's library (see Christie's, 16 March 1978, lot 1207). A scarce collective edition. It contains the second edition of the De incantationibus (pp. 1 - 325; first edn.: Basel 1556), in which Pomponazzi, the leading representative of Renaissance Aristotelianism, very daringly applied naturalistic explanations to seemingly miraculous events, including Christian miracles, and the first edition of the De fato (pp. 329 - 1015), the significant treatise on fate, free will and predestination. They are the largest works by the influential philosopher, and both were published posthumously by the physician and philosopher Gulielmo Gratarolo (1516 - 68), who settled in Basel after fleeing from Italy because of his religious beliefs. DSB XI, pp.71 - 74. Caillet, 8818. Wellcome I, 5154. Thorndike V, pp. 98 - 110. Rosenthal 3020: «Très rare et fort recherché». Pregiata edizione colletiva delle due più estese opere del noto filosofo mantovano, con il De incantationibus in seconda edizione, e il De fato in prima edizione. Titolo leggermente impolverato, ma buon esemplare rilegato in pelle coeva con impressioni a secco e fregi oro sui piatti, tracce di bindelle, lievi abrasioni.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Rappaport
2015-03-20 04:48:48
Richard Tottel [imprints vary] 1567-82, London. Contemporary blind ruled calf, centered lozenges, rebacked, signature of William Humphreys, annotations throughout, well-preserved; the Taussig copy A rare, complete run of separately printed year books, one for each of the years of the first half [years 1 to 20] of the reign of Henry VI for which reported cases survive, thirteen in number, gathered here in one physical volume
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2015-03-20 04:48:48
London: Richard Tottel [imprints vary], 1567-82. Contemporary blind ruled calf, centered lozenges, rebacked, signature of William Humphreys, annotations throughout, well-preserved; the Taussig copy A rare, complete run of separately printed year books, one for each of the years of the first half [years 1 to 20] of the reign of Henry VI for which reported cases survive, thirteen in number, gathered here in one physical volume
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc.
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