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        Elogios o vidas breves de los Cavalleros, antiguos y modernos, illustres en valor de guerra, que estan al bivo pintados en el Museo de Paulo Iovio. Traduxolo de latin en castellano el licenciado Gaspar de Baeça

      Granada, en casa de Hugo de Mena, 1568. Folio; 3 hs., 216 folios (de 222). Ejemplar falto de portada y de los folios 132 ,133, 180 y del 217 al 222, inclusive. Errores de numeración en varios folios. Ejemplar con rastros de polilla en el margen interior de los cien primeros folios pero que no afecta al texto. Cada elogio precedido por un medallón donde tendría que haber ido el retrato del biografiado Encuadernación del siglo XVII en pergamino. Un rarísimo ejemplar, con sus defectos, de la magnífica edición granadina de Gaspar de Baeza (1540-1569) del «Elogia virorum bellica virtute illustrium» [Florencia, 1554] del erudito humanista, Obispo de Nocera, Paolo Giovio, «el doctissimo Paulo Jovino»,, médico y confidente del Papa Clemente VII, desde sus tiempos de Cardenal Giuliano de' Medici y especialmente cercano durante el Saco de Roma de 1527, por cuya causa perdió buena parte de su fortuna, no obstante lo cual hacia 1536 construyó una Villa junto a su natal Lago de Como en la que depositó su asombrosa Colección de Retratos famosos y a la que se retiró tras la muerte del Papa. Al serle denegado el Obispado de Como por Paulo II, decidió exiliarse en Florencia, donde murió.

      [Bookseller: Hesperia Libros]
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        Libro di marco aurelio con l'horologio de principi. distinto in quattro volumi... nel quale sono comprese molte sententie notabili, et essempi singolari, appertinenti non solamente ai principi christiani, ma a tutti coloro che desiderano di vivere civilomente, e da ver et honorati gentil'huomini... in venetia, appresso francesco portonaris, 1568.

      Quattro parti in un volume di cm. 21, cc. (4) 88 (21); (4) 95 (2); (4) 114; (4) 61 (1). Ciascuna parte preceduta da autonomo frontespizio con marchio tipografico. Nel testo bei capolettera, grande marchio all'ultima carta e varie xilografie nel testo tra cui la celebre raffigurazione del mostro visto da Marco Aurelio. Legatura coeva in pergamena semirigida. Un timbro di biblioteca religiosa estinta al primo frontespizio, qualche segno d'uso, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Bell'ex libris inciso antico. Opera interessante e non comune.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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        Con l'espositione di M. Bernardino Daniello da Lucca, Sopra la sua Comedia dell'Inferno, del Purgatorio, & del Paradiso; nuouamente stampato; & posto in luce. Con priuilegio dell'Illustrissima Signoria di Venetia per anni XX.

      Venice, Pietro da Fino, 1568. 4to. Contemporary full vellum binding with five raised bands, gilt title-label and single gilt lines to spine. Binding a bit soiled and with wear to corners, capitals, and raised bands. Inner hinges a bit weak. Woodcut printer's device to title-page, lovely woodcut initials throughout, large woodcut printer's device to verso of final leaf, and three full-page engravings depicting Inferno, Purgatorio, and Paradise. A bit of light soiling and brownspotting, but overall a very nice and clean copy. Neat old owner's signature to title-page and one page with extensive early hand-written notes to lower margin. (12), 717, (1) pp.. Scarce first edition thus, being the first (and until 1989 only) edition with the important and influential commentaries by Bernardino Daniello, one of the most important Dante-commentators of the Renaissance. The work is rare and very sought after both due to the excellent commentaries of Daniello and the beautifully executed printing of the work. Bernardino Daniello da Lucca (ca. 1500 - 1565) was a famous Renaissance-commentator, who contributed decisively to the reception of several important classic and Medieval texts. Not only do his Dante-commentaries constitute the best and most important of his own works, they are also considered among the most important Dante-commentaries of the Renaissance overall. It is not until recently that the full scope of Daniello's importance to the Dante-commentary-tradition has been understood, but with the new 1989-edition of the present work, the extent of his influence on the Dante-reception has properly come to light. "While there are a number of late 19th- and early 20th-century editions of Dante's Trecento and Quattrocento commentaries, the Renaissance commentaries have generally only been available in a few rare book collections. Until now, of the four major Renaissance commentators, only Castelvetro's 1579 work was available in a more recent edition." (Deborah Parker, "Bernardino Daniello and the Commentary Tradition", in: Dante Studies, No. 106, 1988).Even if Daniello's Dante-commentaries primarily relate those of his teacher, the highly esteemed Renaissance scholar Trifon Gabriele, there is no doubt as to the importance of these commentaries, be they plagiarized or not. Gabriele's commentaries and his Dante-teachings have never been published (and are only extant in manuscript-version), and his foundational thoughts on Dante are thus only available through the present edition of Dante, with Daniello's frequently repeated, quoted, and highly esteemed commentaries. "On recherche cette édition à cause du commentaire, qui est fort estimé. Il y manque pourtant les vers 105 à 118 du sixième chant du Purgatoire, omis par la faute de l'imprimeur." (Brunet II:504). "Le commentaire est aussi attribué à Gabriello Trifone." (Graesse II:930).Adams D:104, Brunet II:504, Graesse II:930

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