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        Das sechtzehende Buch der Historien vom Amadis aus Franckreich. Tractierend von der Ehrlichen keuschen Lieb, hohen Ritterlichen, unnd Man[n]hafften thatten, der Durchleuchtigsten, Tugentreichen Printzen, Spheramondis, un[d] Amadis vom Gestirn, auch anderer darinn benanter tapfferer Fürsten, unnd unverzagten berümbten Rittern, selbiger Zeit.Frankfurt, heirs of Sigmund Feyrabend, 1591. 8vo. Contemporary vellum.

      BMC STC German, p. 24; Brunet I, col. 219; VD16 A 2138. First edition of the German translation of the 16th book of Amadis de Gaule, a collection of popular chivalric novels, translated from a French adaptation of the original Spanish chivalric romance. Amadis de Gaule was modelled after characters from the King Arthur tradition, especially Lancelot, and also heavily influenced by the legend of Tristan and Iseult. Amadis became an exemplary knight: a good Christian who rescued people and fought monsters. The complete series consisted of 24 books, published at Frankfurt between 1569 and 1595. The first surviving Amadis de Gaule was published in 1508 at Saragossa in 4 volumes, edited and enlarged by Rodrigues de Montalvo, and became immensely popular, though the text probably dates back to the 14th century. The French adaptation of the text by Nicolas Herberay increased the work's popularity throughout Europe and inspired many sequels and similar texts. These works also gave impetus to works like Don Quixote, which mocked the chivalric genre.Reasonable copy. Foxed and slightly browned throughout, with a water stain in the upper margin of the first few leaves and a larger water stain on the last 100 pages. Binding damaged at the head and foot of the spine, revealing a manuscript fragment supporting the spine, front board stained.

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        Il vero ritratto di Netvno

      Venezia 1569 - Titolo & iscrizioni: In alto al centro in un riquadro IL VERO RITRATTO DI NETTUNO al presente occupato da gl’inperiali. Orientazione nei quattro lati al centro con il nome dei venti TRAMONTANA, MEZZO DI, LEVANTE, PONENTE, il nord in basso. Carta priva di scala grafica e graduazione ai margini. Carta anonima, priva di data ed inidcazioni editoriali. Si tratta di una fedele riduzione della carta attribuita ad Antonio Lafreri, e realizzata in occasione della Guerra del Sale. Sebbene non risulta inserita in nessuna delle tre copie conosciute del Il primo libro delle citta et fortezze principali del mondo, edito a Venezia da Paolo Forlani nel 1567, la mappa può essere ricondotta per motivi stilistici alla tipografia di Paolo Forlani. La lastra fu acquisita da Bolognino Zaltieri che la ristampa, inalterata, per le due diverse edizioni del De’ disegni delle più illustri citta, et fortezze del mondo di Giulio Ballino, entrambe pubblicate a Venezia nel 1569. Nel testo al verso dell’edizione di Zaltieri si trova l’iscrizione: L’anno poi 1556 l’esercito spagnuolo guidato dal Duca d’Alba general Carlo V Imperatore contra le genti della Chiesa e Francesi, prese questo castello giudicatolo luogo molto accomodato alla guerra, essendo terra marittima e de’ soldati per mare. L'opera non ha nessuna variante di lastra, ma le tirature dello Zaltieri (1569) presentano un testo descrittivo al verso. Esemplare dell'edizione Zaltieri del 1569. Incisione in rame, ampli margini, restauro perfettamente eseguito nella parte superiore, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Marigliani (2005): p. 90; cf. Marigliani (2016): n. XI.1; Pognon (1968): p. 15; cf. Valerio (1998): p. 47, n. 11; Cremonini pp. 10/11, Valerio pp. 46/47. Dimensioni 290 215mm

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        Magiae Naturalis, sive de Miraculis Rerum Naturalium, libri IIII.

      Apud Gulielmum Rovillium, 1569., Lugduni [Lyon]: - Small 8vo. [1]-344 pp., [4] ff. Index; marginal worm trails showing on the final 4 leaves. Somewhat modern quarter calf, and endleaves. Very good. RARE. Very early edition [Another edition of 1561 printed in Lyon by Roullius [283 pages], making this 1569 issue the second printed in Lyons, as determined via WorldCat.]. Porta’s work was first issued in four books, 1558, and expanded up to XX books (1589), written first at the age of fifteen. Dedicated to Philip II of Spain. "From 1574 to 1580 Della Porta was repeatedly interrogated by inquisitors, and the publication of his writings was prohibited. Jean Bodin, in his Démonomanie des sorciers (1580), accuses Della Porta of being a ‘poisonous sorcerer’ and goes on to attack Agrippa. Among the various followers of Paracelsus, Jacques Gohory, denounced Della Porta. As Massimo L. Bianchi has recently demonstrated, Della Porta was up to date on Paracelsus’ ideas, although perhaps only through his followers. As if this were not enough, Thomas Erastus, a Protestant critic of Paracelsism, spoke out against Della Porta as well – which leads one to believe that the last two accusations were also reactions against his chemical experiments. This onslaught forced Della Porta, at the height of his fame, to cease published for several years." – Zambelli, p. 28. "Natural Magic was revised and considerably expanded throughout the author’s lifetime." The text contents include: I: natural phenomena; II: medicinal preparations; III: alchemy, metallurgy, glass; IV: optics, a chapter on the camera obscura (the first known full description)." – [See full S.E.P. essay in next description] Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. "Porta’s first book, published in 1558 as Magiae naturalis, was a treatise on the secrets of nature, which he began collecting when he was fifteen. The secrets are arranged in four books, and the conception implied in the title is that natural magic is the perfection of natural philosophy and the highest science. This small collection of secrets constituted the basis of a twenty-book edition of the Magiae naturalis published in 1589, which is Porta’s best known work and the basis of his reputation. It is an extraordinary hodgepodge of material representing that unique combination of curiosity and credulity common in the late Renaissance. But combined with the author’s insatiable desire for the marvelous and apparently miraculous is a serious attempt to define and describe natural magic and some refined application of both mathematical and experimental techniques in science." – DSB, XI, pp. 96. Giambattista della Porta, noted Neapolitan mathematician and natural philosopher, overshadowed only by Galileo in the work of Renaissance science, had a wide range of scientific and literary interests. There are demonstrated by his numerous published works. His most famous and best remembered are those on natural magic, optics, refraction and the telescope. He was also a member of the outstanding literary academy of Naples, Altomare, and the founder of the Accademia de’ Secreti (Secrets of Nature). Later, he became a member of the famous Accademia dei Lincei, as well as other lesser known literary academies in Naples. His dabbling in pseudo-scientific and occult sciences caused his works to be banned by the Inquisition in 1592, which was lifted in 1598. Thorndike points out that Della Porta was either adept at escaping "serious molestation or punishment by submission or by influence in high places." – Thorndike, v.6, p. 156. See [most referring to 1558 first ed.]: Brunet IV, 826; Cascoigne, 1627; DSB; Duveen p. 481 (1651 ed.); Ferguson, II, p. 216; Mottelay, pp. 72-75; Partington, II, p. 17; Poggendorff, II, p. 505; Riccardi, II, p. 310; Ronalds Library, p. 408; Wellcome, I [not mentioning this ed.]; Wolf, History of Science, I, pp. 544-545. See: Lynn Thorndike, A History of Magic and Experimental Science, volume 6, p. 156; Paola Zambelli, White Magic, Black Magic in the European Renaissance. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        THION VILLE Vera discrittione et ritrato di Thionville fortezza in’espugnabile, con l'asedio d'intorno de francesi, et con la dimostratione della presa.

      Venezia 1569 - Carta topografica raffigurante l'assedio della fortezza di Thionville. Sebbene anonima la carta viene assegnata alla mano di Paolo Forlani ed è parte della celebre raccolta di cartografia urbana che questi pubblica, insieme a Domenico Zenoi, nel 1567 con il titolo "Il primo libro delle citta, et fortezze principali del mondo". L’opera è di incredibile rarità e non ebbe una grande fortuna editoriale. Forse perché le lastre furono acquisite dall’editore Bolognino Zaltieri, che le utilizza per la raccolta di cartografia urbana realizzata da Giulio Ballino, denominata "De’ disegni delle più illustri città e fortezze del mondo", edita sempre a Venezia solo due anni dopo, nel 1569. Giulio Ballino era un avvocato veneziano che frequentava la casa dei Manunzio già verso il 1530, dedicandosi in gioventù allo studio dei classici. Il libro "De’ disegni delle più illustri città, et fortezze del mondo", stampato da Bolognino Zaltieri, è costituito da cinquanta vedute ed una carta geografica. L’opera rappresenta il primo tentativo, nell’ambito dell’editoria italiana, della realizzazione di un testo/atlante delle principali fortezze e città del mondo. A differenza dei suoi predecessori, dei quali utilizza spesso i rami e le iconografie, egli concepisce un’opera unitaria corredata di testi e di indice, della quale, per la prima volta, si è ha conoscenza dell’esatto numero di tavole che la compongono. Sicuramente ispirata all’opera del Du Pinet Plantz, "Pourtraitz et descriptions de plusieurs ville set forteresses.", la raccolta del Ballino è molto probabilmente solo una parte del progetto iniziale, molto più ampio. Egli probabilmente intendeva pubblicare un’edizione in latino, sperando di lanciare la sua opera a livello europeo, ma si arrese davanti alla pubblicazione del primo libro del "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" di Georg Braun & Fransz Hogenberg, che in qualche modo bruciò parecchie delle iniziative editoriali sull’iconografia urbana. Le carte della raccolta sono datate tra il 1566 ed il 1568; secondo un recente studio di Albert Ganado (1993), trentadue di queste risultano essere ristampe dei rami di Paolo Forlani e di Domenico Zenoi, per la prima volta apparsi ne "Il primo libro delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo del Forlani" (1567); questo cospicuo gruppo di tavole è inserito nella raccolta con alcuni ritocchi nelle lastre, che vengono modificate. Altre furono per la prima volta pubblicate da Ferrando Bertelli nel Disegni di alcune più illustri città di fortezze del mondo con aggiunte di alcune isole principali, datato 1568. Il resto delle tavole sono di anonimi incisori di cui l’autore si servì per la sua opera, probabilmente anche per ritoccare le lastre di cui era già in possesso. Alcuni esemplari di questa rara opera recano il frontespizio allegorico inciso da Nicolò Nelli, famoso incisore e calcografo veneziano della seconda metà del ‘500; altri esemplari viceversa hanno un frontespizio non inciso. Entrambe le versioni sono edite dallo Zaltieri nel 1569. Difficile stabilire quale sia la prima stesura e quale quella successiva, la sola differenza è infatti notabile nel testo al verso delle carte, che può variare nella dimensione dei caratteri. Altra differenza che alcune carte sono numerate al verso, mentre le stesse, esaminate in altri esemplari, sono prive di questo numero di pagina. Per semplice deduzione logica possiamo affermare che gli esemplari privi del numero siano antecedenti, teoria tuttavia non del tutto surrogata dall’esame di più esemplari dell’opera. Acquaforte e bulino, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Unsigned map showing the siege of Thionville, ascribed to Paolo Folrani. The map was first published in the incredible rare Paolo Forlani’s town book ""Il primo libro delle citta, et fortezze principali del mondo", published in 1567 with a partnership of Domenico Zenoi. The plates then comes in the hand of the publisher Bolognino Zaltieri and published in the De’ disegni delle più illustr

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        De militia Romana libri quinque, commentarius ad Polybium. 1. lateinische Ausgabe. 3 Teile in 1 Band (= Bücher 1-4, Buch 5, Analecta).

      8 nn. Bl., 330 S., 1 w. Bl., 255 S., Zwischentitel, S. 259-292, 4 Bl. (kompl.). Mit 4 (wiederholten) Druckermarken (3 in Holzschnitt), 15 meist figürlichen Holzschnitt-Initialen, 3 Holzschnitt-Vignetten und über 15 -Textillustrationen, 7 Textkupfern, 5 ganzseitigen Kupfern und einer gefalteten Kupfertafel. 4 (25 x 17 cm). Maroquin der Zeit mit reicher Goldprägung. Provenienz: aus dem Collegium Grassinaeum (Collège des Grassins, gegründet 1569 in Paris), mit dessen goldgeprägtem Wappensupralibro auf beiden Deckel in einem dichten Semis von goldgeprägten fleurs-de-lys, mit goldgeprägten Deckel-Bordüren und -Filten, Rücken- und Stehkantenvergoldung sowie dreiseitigem Goldschnitt. Das in einem Band umlaufende Motto des Wappens "Lillium inter spinas" verdeutlicht den Anspruch des Kollegiums: Wie eine königliche Lilie wolle man stehen unter Dornen (oder unnützer Spitzfindigkeit - vgl. Ciceros "spinae differendi" in: Partiendi etc.), wobei die Stacheln der umrahmenden Dornenkrone an Demut gemahnen. Die feudale Bildungsanstalt wurde in der Großen Revolution aufgelöst (1789). Auf dem Innendeckel ein radiertes Wappen-Exlibris von "Coffin, R., engl. Exlibrisstecher in Exeter, tätig um 1759 -1777" (in der Platte signiert Thieme/Becker 7, 173) für die Familie des John Graves Simcoe (1752-1806). Dieser war ein in Kanada geborener Soldatensohn, welcher selbst bei den Queen's Rangers seine Karriere begann (1774 Lieutenant, 1775 Captain, 1777 Major, 1791 Coronel, 1794 General). Schon als Student wurde er für seine militärgeschichtlichen Studien geschätzt nach der Heirat mit der wohlhabenden Erbin Elizabeth Posthuma Gwillin (1782), die in Devon ein Grundstück von 5000 acres besaß, erbauten sie dort Wolford Lodge (1784), Wohnsitz der Familie bis ins 20. Jhdt. Simcoe brachte es zum Member of Parliament und Vizegouverneur von Upper Canada (1791-6), St. Domingo (1796-7) und zum Commander in Plymouth zahlr. Orte, Flüsse, Seen, Schulen etc. in Canada sind nach ihm benannt er war es auch, der Toronto zur Hauptstadt machte. Zum Chief-in-Command in Indien bestellt (1806), verstarb er auf der Reise dorthin. Ein Soldatenleben im Dienst von Krone und Vaterland, wie es sein Motto auf dem Wappen war: "non sibi sed patriae". J. Lipsius (1547-1608), flämischer Jurist, Historiker, Rhetoriker und Bibliothekar (in Rom), gilt als einer der bedeutensten Gelehrten seiner Zeit vorliegendes Werk wurde grundlegend für unsere Kenntnis des römischen Militärwesens. Jöcher 2, 2464ff. Etwas berieben sehr dezente Ausbesserungen an Ecken und Kanten 2 kleine Bezugsleder-Fehlstellen Innenspiegel am Rand leimschattig teils gering gebräunt.

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        Comicorum Graecorum sententiae, id est gnA mai, Latinis versibus ab Henr. Stephano redditae, et annotationibus illustratae. Eiusdem Henrici Stephani tetrastichon de his sententiis.

      Geneva, Henri Estienne, 1569. (32)+ 633+ (3) pp. First edition. A collection of comedic proverbs by classical authors.With 2 fine owners bookplates. Small note and small spots on endpaper and titelpage. Bound in a contemporary full polished calf with rich golddecoration on spine and red titellabel with goldprint, With some wear, The hinges has been repaired , a beautifull little book 6x11 cm. Only. 17051114

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        Il riposo dalla Fuga in Egitto

      1569 - Bulino, 1569, firmato e datato in lastra in alto al centro. Da un soggetto di Tiziano. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due, con la firma. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non leggibile, rifilata alla linea marginale, tracce di piega centrale verticale, difetti minori perfettamente restaurati, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. L’opera deriva dal dipinto di Tiziano, andato perduto e noto attraverso una replica della scuola conservata all’Escorial. Il soggetto viene per prima interpretato a stampa da Giulio Bonasone, del quale questa di Rota è una fedele traduzione, in controparte. L’esemplare ante litteram, di primo stato, è citato da Zani. Tra i seguaci tecnicamente più dotati di Marcantonio, Rota fu uno degli artisti che esportò al nord lo stile e la tecnica italiana dell’arte della stampa. Stando agli indirizzi riportati su molte delle sue lastre, era nato a Sebenico, in Dalmazia, la stessa regione natale di Schiavone. Tuttavia la vita dell'artista, prima della sua comparsa a Roma, nel 1540, come incisore di riproduzioni, è pressoché ignota. Le prime stampe da lui realizzate coniugavano la maniera raffinata e sistematica di Marcantonio con un'abilità in continua crescita. Nell'Urbe, Rota lavorò anche con l'incisore fiammingo Cornelis Cort, appropriandosi spesso della sua maniera più rustica per attenuare l’effetto scultoreo che Marcantonio aveva raggiunto. Inoltre, Rota realizzò incisioni dalle opere di Taddeo Zuccaro, Luca Penni e Tiziano, pubblicate da Antonio Lafrery e dai suoi successori Duchetti e Guarinoni, i più importanti editori romani dell'epoca. Non sappiamo con esattezza quando Rota lasciò Roma, ma lo troviamo in seguito attivo a Firenze e Venezia, tanto che, negli anni a seguire, i nomi delle città di Sebenico e Venezia venivano incisi sulle sue lastre insieme a fianco al suo nome, sottolineando l’importanza che il periodo veneto deve aver avuto per l’artista. È in questo stesso periodo che Rota inizia a mostrare particolare interesse per le opere di Dürer e una inclinazione a sintetizzare e formalizzare il fluido linguaggio figurato dei veneziani. Gli editori Ferdinando e Luca Bertelli, Niccolò Nelli e Giovanno Francesco Camoccio pubblicarono le opere che realizzò nella città lagunare. Oltre alle lastre rappresentanti delle riproduzioni, Rota realizzò anche dei ritratti a Venezia, e diverse mappe e vedute della città, alcuni dei quali vennero anche incisi. Nel 1568 Rota si trova a Vienna, al servizio della Corte Imperiale; probabilmente ottenne questo incarico attraverso altri artisti veneziani con dei legami con la corte, come ad esempio Tiziano. Durante la sua permanenza in Austria, Rota si concentrò principalmente sulla propaganda imperiale, trascurando le riproduzioni. Trasformava allegorie politiche, rappresentazioni di vittorie militari e ritratti della famiglia imperiale e dei loro cortigiani in stampe affascinanti, economiche e facilmente divulgabili. In pratica, Rota prese il posto che era stato di Dürer all’inizio del secolo. Le lastre firmate dell’ultimo periodo variano enormemente dal punto di vista della qualità pittorica e tecnica, tanto che si potrebbe ipotizzare che anche i suoi assistenti lavorassero alle lastre firmate col nome del maestro. Rota fu attivo fino all'anno della sua morte, nel 1583, lasciando un esiguo numero di lastre incomplete, ultimate dal suo allievo Anselm de Boodt. Engraving, 1569. Signed and dated at upper center. After Titian. Example of the second state of two, with the signature, A fine impression, printed on contemporay laid paper, two vertical folds, small reapaired areas, generally in very good conditions. The work comes from a painting by Titian, lost and known through a replica of the school preserved at the Escorial. The subject is first interpreted printed by Giulio Bonasone, of which this is a faithful translation of Rota, in counterpart. The example before the inscriptions, in the first state, is only mentioned by Zani. [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        Chronicum absolutissimum a Nino Assyriorum rege usque ad tempora Friderici II. Paraleipomena rerum memorabilium a Friderico II usque ad Carolum V. Augustum.

      Basel, Petrus Perna, 1569. - Folio, circa 33,4 x 22,5 cm. 6 Bll., 483 SS., 6 Bll., mit grosser Holzschnitt-Druckermarke und einigen Initialen Blindgeprägtes Kalbseder d. Zt. mit Deckelverzierungen VD16 B 9803; Adams C 2520. Elegante Ausgabe dieser berühmten, erstmals 1472 gedruckten Weltchronik, die im 13 Jahrhundert entstand und auf zahlreiche sonst verlorene Quellen zurückgeht. Besonders für die Zeit Lothars von Supplinburg und die Staufer ist dieses Werk in vielen Punkten der einzige erhaltene Textzeuge. Den ersten Teil bis 1125 verfasste Ekkehard von Aura, die Forsetzung bis 1225 Burchard von Ursberg, den Zeitraum von 1226-1229 Conrad von Lichtenau, der Nachfolger Burchards als Propst der Abtei Ursberg war; die Zeit bis 1538 schliesslich wurde von Konrad Hedio behandelt und enthält Interessantes über die Reformation, Pest, Syphilis u. a. "- Etwas gebräunt, kaum fleckig, nur die ersten und letzten Blätter durch den Leimschatten etwas dunkler, sonst meist sauber. Einband etwas berieben, Vergoldung verblasst, dennoch recht dekorativer Prägeband.

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        Der Dritt Teil der Buecher des Ehrnwirdigen Herrn Doctoris Martini Lutheri/ darin zusamen gebracht sind ... erklerung vnd auslegung der fuernemesten Psalmen/ die durch jn selb ... Deudsch geschrieben/ vnd etliche durch andere/ aus dem Latein in Deudsche sprach gebracht sind

      [8], 594 Bl. gebundene Ausgabe, Ledereinband Zustand: gutTitelbl. in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, Seite 532-594 sowie Deckel hinten Ecke unten rechts bei einem Brand beschädigt worden (kein Textverlust),Vorsatz, Vorsatztitelblatt, sowie 6 Seiten der Vorrede restaurationsbedürftig. Schließen nicht vorhanden, Einband Pergament mit Blindprägungen, sowie einer Schwarz-Prägung "der 3 Teil // AH// 1569" wohl das Bindedatum Weitere Fotos auf Anfrage Luther3 Wenn das Buch einen Schutzumschlag hat, ist das ausdrücklich erwähnt. Rechnung mit ausgewiesener Mwst.

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        LEIS EXTRAVAGANTES

      - COLLEGIDAS E RELATADAS PELO LICENCIADO DVARTE NVNEZ DO LIAM PER MANDADO do muito alto & poderoso Rei Dom Sebastiam. nosso Senhor. [Escudo Real] Com Privilegio Real, Em Lisboa per Antonio Gonçaluez. Anno de M. D. LXIX. [1569]. com [8], 218, 15 fólios. Junto com : ANNOTAÇÕES SOBRE AS ORDENAÇÕES DOS CINQVO LIVROS, que pelas leis extrauagantes são revogadas ou interpretadas. Item os casos das mesmas extrauagantes per que os julgadores são onrigados a deuassar. Pelo Licenciado Duarte Nunez do Lião. [Escudo Real]. Em Lisboa per Antonio Gonçaluez. Anno de M. D. LXIX. [1569]. In 8º grande (de 26x19 cm) com [8], 218, 16 e 8 fólios. Encadernação do século XVIII inteira de pele com nervos e ferros a ouro na lombada, cansada, apresentando os cantos e a coifa superior danificados. Bela impressão quinhentista ilustrada com brasões da casa real (D.Sebastião) e belas capitulares com figuras historiadas; Indice impresso a duas colunas; As Anotações apresentam frontíspicio tipografico próprio com o mesmo brasão (das Leis Extravagentes) e a assinatura do autor impressa no fim do verso do último fólio. Exemplar aparado à cabeça, com restauro do canto inferior direito da folha de rosto, leves manchas de humidade e manchas de oxidação do papel: trabalhos de traças na dianteira das folhas sem perda significativa de texto; contendo sublinhados e anotações manuscritas da época (marginais de página inteira, por exemplo fólio 72): e títulos de posse sobre a folha de rosto: «Anastácio José» e «Pedro de Mascarenhas??». Primeira edição desta obra raríssima e importante, contendo um importante repositório das leis quinhentistas, efectuado pelo Doutor Duarte Nunes de Leão, importante jurista do séc. XVI e Desembargador da Casa da Suplicação. Na Quarta Parte desta obra (fólio 121 verso e seguintes) estão transcritas, e com referência às fontes originais, as leis anti-judaicas e anti-muçulmanas. Duarte Nunes de Leão, ou do Leão (Évora, 1530 - Lisboa, 1608) foi um jurista, filólogo e historiador português de origem judaica. Formou-se em Direito pela Universidade de Coimbra, desempenhando mais tarde o cargo de juiz desembargador da Casa da Suplicação. Defendeu a anexação de Portugal por Castela, mas foi depois mal recompensado pelos governantes filipinos, que lhe moveram ou deixaram mover perseguições, explicáveis pelo antissemitismo da época. A sua obra cobre fundamentalmente três áreas: o Direito, a História e a Linguística. Nunes de Leão foi o autor, entre muitas obras publicadas e não publicadas, da 'Crónica dos Reis de Portugal, Lvsitani Censvrae in Libellvm de Regvm Portvgaliae Origine', sobre a origem genealógica e a história dos reis de Portugal, na qual analisa várias fontes, referindo e refutando as versões mais hipotéticas da história de Portugal e da 'Origem, e Orthographia da Lingoa Portugueza', obra ainda hoje inovadora. Publicou estudos pioneiros sobre o nosso idioma e é considerado o fundador dos estudos ortográficos. Sabe-se ainda da existência de outros escritos, nomeadamente nos domínios da lexicologia e da etimologia, que contudo se perderam. Coligindo as palavras do seu sobrinho, Duarte Nunes de Leão não se contentou em ser um dos mais eminentes do seu tempo na área do Direito Civil e Canónico, tendo abraçado outras ciências; foi um notável erudito na história antiga e moderna, sendo por seu engenho e estudo capaz de toda a ciência digna de homem. Assim, Nunes de Leão não somente se dedicou à composição das ordenações e leis do reino de Portugal, com muita satisfação do Rei e por seu mandado, mas também por honra de Portugal escreveu a sua história. Referências bibliográficas: Ameal, 1650. Anselmo, 689; Samodães 2243. 'Livro, no seu genero, interessante e estimado. Edição primitiva, de mui bela e nitida impressão. Os exemplares são BASTANTE RAROS.' Inocêncio II, 210 e IX, 155. A collecção das Leis extravagantes, etc. (n.º 383) que se imprimiu em 1569, e reimpressa em 1796, não foi a primeira d'este genero, que seu auctor ordenou. Anteriormen

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        Enchiridión de los tiempos, Compuesto por el padre fray , de la orden de Sacto Domungo de los predicadores, va agora nuevamente después de la muerte de su Auctor añadido y enmendado

      - Toledo, Francisco de Guzmán, 1569, 14 x 10 cm., piel de época, lomo con adornos dorados, 8 h. + 213 folios + 13 h. (Ejemplar falto del folio 94 y con la portada y varias hojas algo cortas del margen superior afectando a la paginación. Los últimos 14 folios contienen una relación de lo que sucedió en el mundo desde 1540 hasta 1569).

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        Leçons de M. Jean Calvin sur le livre des propheties de Daniel. Recueillies fidelement par Jean Budé et Charles de Jonviller, ses auditeurs : & translatées de Latin en François. Avec une table ample des principales matieres contenues en ce livre.

      - Genève, De l'Imprimerie de François Perrin, 1569. In-folio (314 x 198 mm), pleine peau retournée, dos gothique à 6 nerfs, (8), 172, (8) feuillets [*8, a-z6, A-G6]. Deuxième édition de la traduction française de 'Praelectiones in librum prophetiarum Danielis' (1561) donnée par Jean Budé et son beau-frère Charles de Jonvillier, secrétaire de Calvin. Impression soignée, grande marque gravée de l'imprimeur sur le titre. Lettrines et bandeaux. On y trouve en tête une intéressante épître de Calvin à ses coreligionnaires de France sur 13 pages: "Il y fait quelques confidences intéressantes sur le rôle qu’il attribue à ses propres écrits. Il regrette une absence de 26 ans, l'expliquant par son refus de vivre 'en lieu duquel la vérité de Dieu, ensemble aussi la pure religion, et la doctrine du salut éternel estoyent dechassées et bannies'. Mais il ne se désintéresse pas 'du peuple dont je suis sorti'. Il continue: 'Puis donc que tout ce temps-là je me suis efforcé de secourir et aider publiquement aux François, et qu'en particulier aussi je n'ay point cessé de resveiller les endormis et paresseux, d'aiguillonner ceux qui estoyent lasches et tardifs ( ). Puisqu'on imprimoit mes leçons, ausquelles j'ay exposé les Prophéties de Daniel, rien ne me pouvoit mieux venir à propos, treschers et bien-aimez freres, pour vous representer en ce mirouêr " (cf. J.-F. Gilmont et R. Peter, Bibliotheca Calviniana, p. 847). D’avril 1560 à septembre 1562, pendant deux ans et demi, Calvin a commenté dans des leçons latines orales les Livres des prophètes. Selon son habitude, il s’adressait directement à ses étudiants. Ces cours étaient recueillis par Charles de Jonviller, son secrétaire, assisté de son beau-frère Jean Budé, fils de Guillaume, devenu bourgeois de Genève et membre du grand conseil. "Ensemble ils mettaient en forme leurs notes le soir même et le lendemain les présentaient à Calvin pour correction et approbation" (cf. Yves-Marie Bercé, 'Leçons de Calvin ', Droz, 2016). (Chaix, Dufour et Moeckli, 'Livres imprimés à Genève de 1550 à 1600', p. 71. Erichson, 'Calviniana', p. 31. Peter & Gilmont, 'Bibliotheca calviniana', n°69/2.). L’ouvrage est rare. Ex-libris moderne gravé de R. Peter, spécialiste de Calvin et auteur des études et bibliographies citées supra. Infirmes auréoles claires en coin et quelques piqûres éparses.Epidermures sur les plats avec petits manques. Trace de restauration à un mors. Bon exemplaire, dans sa première reliure de peau retournée.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Avgvsta').

      - Kupferstich v. E.B. aus Lafreri-Atlas, um 1569, 20 x 29,2 Nicht bei Tooley; nicht bei Schefold. - Seltener ital. Einblattdruck aus einem sog. Lafreri-Atlas. - Unten links Monogramm 'E.B.'. - Bis an den Plattenrand beschnitten und auf Karton alt montiert. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht mit Belagerung i.J. 1567 ('Disegno Della Fortezza Et Citta Di Gotta In Sassonia. - L.P.').

      - Kupferstich v. L.P. n. Giulio M. Ballino aus De' Disegni delle più Illustri città, et Fortezze del Mondo . b. Bolognini Zaltieri in Venedig, 1569, 19,5 x 26,6 Cremonini, L' Italia nelle vedute e carte geografiche dal 1493 al 1894 libri di viaggi e atlanti, 4, 32. - Unten rechts in sehr kleinem Rahmen das Monogramm 'L.P.'. - Selten!

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        Regla y constitutiones de la cofradia del Sanctissimo sacramento de la yglesia de San Christoval de Granada - Manuscrit autographe enrichi de trois enluminures

      Autograph enriched 3 beautiful illuminations painted in watercolor.Binding... S.n S.l [Grenade] 1569 in-folio (21,5x30,5cm - marge haute : 35mm, marge basse : 50mm, marge intérieure : 30mm, marge extérieure : 40mm) 31 ff. relié

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        Aureum caelimundium seu liber de caelo et mundo

      

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        Primus tomus (und decimus) eximii patris, inter summa latinae ecclesi

       cuius praestantissima in omni genere monimenta, qu

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        Il vero ritratto di Netvno

      1569. Veduta a volo d'uccello della città e del litorale laziale sino al Circeo, tratta dal De' disegni delle più illustri città et fortezze del mondo, edita da Bolognino Zaltieri nel 1569. Il lavoro del Ballino risulta una ristampa delle lastre del Forlani e di Domenico Zenoi, tuttavia costituisce il primo tentativo definito di comporre un'opera corredata di testo descrittivo e soprattutto dell'indice. Incisione in rame, ampli margini, restauro perfettamente eseguito nella parte superiore, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Bird's eye-view of the city and the coasts of Latium until the peninsula of Circeo, taken from De' disegni delle più illustri città et fortezze del mondo, printed by Bolognino Zaltieri in 1569. Ballino's work is a reissue of the plates of Forlani and Domenico Zeno; nevertheless it is also the first attempt to realize a complete work completed with text and index. Copper engraving, wide margins, a perfectly executed repair on upper parte, in good condition. Venezia Venice Cremonini pp. 10/11, Valerio pp. 46/47. 290 215

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        Divi Gregorii Nazianzeni, cognomento Theologi, Opera omnia, quae quidem extant, nova translatione donata.

      1569. Paris, Sebastianum Nivellium, 1569. In- folio (34 x 22 cm) reliure demi-basane postérieure défraîchie, dos lisse à pièce de titre, page de titre avec vignette gravée, texte entièrement réglé, bandeaux, lettrines historiées, 24 f. n.p., 943 pages. Titre complet : "Divi Gregorii Nazianzeni, cognomento Theologi, Opera omnia, quae quidem extant, nova translatione donata, unà cum doctissimis Nicetae Serronii commentariis sedecim Panegyricas Orationes, intextis etiam quibusdam Pselli enarrationibus in obscuriora loca secundae orationis de Paschate ; adiunctum est praeterea Nonni opusculum, quo profanas historias et fabulas, quae in Inuectiuis aduersus Iulianum Apostatam reperiuntur exponit / quae omnia nunc primùm latina facta sunt, Iacobi Billii Prunaei... diligentia & labore; addita sunt etiam ubique breuia quaedam Scholia, eodem Abbate auctore cum triplice indice" Gregorio Nacianceno, Santo, 329-390 : Issu d'une famille chrétienne, Grégoire fait ses études à Alexandrie puis à Athènes, où il rencontre Basile de Césarée, qui devient son ami. Il rentre à Nazianze, où il est ordonné prêtre par son père. Ordonné ensuite contre son gré évêque de Sasimes par Basile de Césarée, il ne peut s'établir dans cette cité et reste chez son père, devenant ainsi le premier évêque auxiliaire de l'Église. La richesse des écrits théologiques de Grégoire conduit très vite à sa reconnaissance dans toute la chrétienté. Ses

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        Prophetæ, Isaias, Jeremias, Baruch, Ezechiel, Daniel Cum Duodecim aliis minoribus.

      12mo., eighteenth-century full calf, later morocco and gilt lettering piece to the spine, all edges red; ff.373, [1]; gatherings dd and cc misbound after ee, the upper edges trimmed, in a few cases affecting the headings, woodcut device on title-page, old ink inscription to the title 'Ex libri Joam Tobin'. The humanist, editor and printer Plantin had started the Antwerp tradition of small format collections of Old Testament prophets, 'with 12 minor ones' in 1564. This Tavernier printing is also found with the imprints of Johannus Steelsius and Arnold Birckmann. The printer Ameet Tavernier (1522-1570) was as well a punchcutter and probably of Spanish extraction. He is considered to be one of the most important punch cutters of Antwerp, whose influence reached far beyond the Netherlands. All editions are very rare, with OCLC apparently not locating a single edition with this imprint. KVK shows copies at about 15 continental libraries. Stelfius apparently also published a New Testament in 1570 (one copy recorded at Glasgow University Library). Pettigree and Walsby [editors], Netherlandish Books. Books Published in the Low Countries and Dutch Books printed before 1601, no. 4392 (not mentioning the colophon). De Backer-Sommervogel I, col. 1238 no. 37.

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        The Praise of Folie. Moriae Encomium A Book Made In Latine By That Great Clerke Erasmus Roterodame. Englisshed By Sir Thomas Chaloner, Knight. Anno M.D.XLIX.

      [London: in the house of Thomas Berthelet, 1569 [recte 1549] - Small quarto (181 x 130 mm). Nineteenth-century brown crushed morocco by Jenkins & Cecil (their stamp to foot of front free endpaper verso), boards ruled in gilt with crowned thistle and floral tools at corners, banded spine with title gilt and rules and tools in six compartments, turn-ins with elaborate tooling in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges. Outer leaves slightly browned, small paper repairs to inner margin of last leaf, text not affected, an excellent copy. Title printed within elaborate allegorical woodcut frame, two elaborate 10-line woodcut initials, publisher's device on last leaf verso; black letter text with quotations in italic and proper nouns in Roman types. First edition in English of one of the most notable works of the Renaissance. "The Praise of Folly was written when Erasmus was staying in the house of Thomas More in the winter of 1509–10. Its title is a delicate and complimentary play on the name of his host: its subject matter is a brilliant, biting satire on the folly to be found in all walks of life. The book stemmed from the decision which Erasmus had taken when he left Rome to come to England, that no form of preferment could be obtained at the sacrifice of his freedom to read, think and write what he liked The work was first secretly printed in Paris, and, as in other cases, its immediate success safeguarded him from the consequences of his audacity Whenever tyranny or absolute power threatened, The Praise of Folly was re-read and reprinted. It is a sign of what was in the air that Milton found it in every hand at Cambridge in 1628. His inherent scepticism has led people to call Erasmus the father of 18th century rationalism, but his rationalist attitude is that of perfect common sense, to which tyranny and fanaticism were alike abhorrent" (PMM). First published in Paris in 1511, the Moriae Encomium was reprinted in a large number of editions in its original form before any vernacular translation was published. Pforzheimer suggests that, in light of the intended Latinate audience, the free movement of Latin books and unbound sheets, and the contemporary preference (at least in England) for continental printing, a translation was simply not required. Sir Thomas Chaloner (1520–1565), the English translator, was Cambridge-educated and a notable figure, knighted in 1547, whose fame to the Elizabethans rested "on his Latin poetry, his military and diplomatic service of four Tudor monarchs, and his near escape from drowning after shipwreck off the coast of Algeria" (Miller: see pp. xxix–xlv for The Life of Sir Thomas Chaloner). Chaloner contributed to the Mirror of Magistrates and was the author of other works, although only three were printed during his lifetime, all by Thomas Berthelet, the king's printer who had published three translations of works by Erasmus in the 1520s. Chaloner, whose poetry was praised at the University of Alcala in Spain and knew Vesalius, is also the earliest translator of Ovid and Ariosto into English. The first edition of Chaloner's translation is genuinely rare: Miller is his 1965 census lists 14 copies in institutions worldwide (two are defective) but makes clear the difficulty of distinguishing the first and second editions (the misdated colophon with 1569 is common to both editions, while the titles can be distinguished only by the y in Latyne, the initials T.P. instead of T.B. etc.) and adds the additional difficulty of the misprint in the original STC entry that has created variants that are really ghosts. It seems probable that there are further institutional holdings of this edition, but apparent absences at the Folger Library, the Getty, and the New York Public Library and the dearth of copies at auction since the 1950s indicate the work's rarity. Extensive analysis by Miller suggests that Chaloner used a Cologne edition of the Moriae Encomium from 1526 as the source for his translation, while also consulting Antonio Pellegrini's 1539 edition in Italian. Abov [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Tomus VII Operum D. Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis episcopi, continens reliquam partem \"Ton polemikon\", id est, pugnas aduersus Haereses Donatistarum & Pelagianorum, nunc multis in locis summo studio emendatus.

       Basileae, ex Officina Frobeniana, M.D.LXIX, (1569), 1438 Spalten, 39x26, Holzdeckel, vom Rücken ausgehend zur Hälfte mit Leder überzogen, vom hinteren Einbanddeckel fehlt ca. die Hälfte, Rücken mit größerer Fehlstelle am Fuß, viele Blätter mit Wurmlöchern, Vermerke auf Einbandinnenseite, Titelblatt lose, 3 kleine Stempel verso Titelblatt: von Rhedigersche Stadtbibliothek zu Breslau, (und andere), die Spalten 609-618 sind von alter Hand handschriftlich ergänzt, die Spalten 1430-1438 restauriert/teilweise überklebt und hinterklebt, die letzten Blätter sind wasserfleckig, der Band hat Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren,Versand D: 4,90 EUR Erasmus von Rotterdam,

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        Poematum. Editio secunda ab eo recognita. Item ex Georgio Buchanano aliisque variis insignibus poetis excerpta carmina presertimque epigrammata.

      (Genève), Henri Estienne, 1569. ____ Cette seconde édition est en grande partie originale. Bèze l'a expurgé de quelques poésies profanes et en a ajouté d'autres; elle est par ailleurs augmentée des oeuvres de Georges Buchanan. La première édition, en 1548 par Robert Estienne, était le premier livre publié par Théodore de Bèze, qui avait alors 29 ans. Provenances : Exemplaire d'Ernest Stroehlin avec son ex-libris gravé par Champel représentant Jean Calvin, avec la devise "Mente libera". (N° 1511 de sa vente du 22 février 1912). Très bel exemplaire. Jean Paul Barbier, Ma bibliothèque poétique 34. Renouard, Estienne 132. Adams B-928. *****. In-8. Collation : 31, (1), 174 pp., 1 f. bl., 248, (8) pp. Maroquin brun, encadrements sur les plats, dos à nerfs orné, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe.).

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        Detti et fatti piacevoli et gravi di diversi principi, filosofi, et cortigiani

      Apresso Domenico, & Gio. Battista Guerra, Fratelli. The first edition was published in 1565, also in Venice. Brand of printer on the title page. Printed in Italics. Mottled brown cardboard early nineteenth. Part of title in red morocco. Net. Rubbing on spine and on the flat. Collection of sentences and stories on a variety of topics such as love filltes, measuring nose, the wine, astrology, the nature of man ... Lodovico Guicciardini (1523-1589), scholar and man of letters, was an advisor to Cosimo de Medici and the Duke of Alva, he moved to Antwerp, where he published a description of the Netherlands. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Apresso Domenico, & Gio. Battista Guerra, Fratelli In Venetia 1569 Pet. in-8 (9,5x14,5cm) (32) 238pp. relié

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        De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, Libri Quinq; in varios tractatus distincti, ad diuersorum et vetustissimorum codicum collationem, ingenti cura, nunc primum typis vulgati [etc.]. S.T.C. 3475; Beale T323. Folio

      Apud Richardum Totellum. First edition of one of the great works of English law, characterized by Maitland as "the crown and flower of English medieval jurisprudence" and by Plucknett as "a stately volume . . . perhaps the best printed law book we have ever had". Later calf, the original scuffed sides mounted, very clean and with ample margins, signature of Harry Fountaine dated 1667/8; the Taussig copy. Apud Richardum Totellum, London, 1569.

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        Prophetæ, Isaias, Jeremias, Baruch, Ezechiel, Daniel Cum Duodecim aliis minoribus.

      12mo., eighteenth-century full calf, later morocco and gilt lettering piece to the spine, all edges red; ff.373, [1]; gatherings dd and cc misbound after ee, the upper edges trimmed, in a few cases affecting the headings, woodcut device on title-page, old ink inscription to the title 'Ex libri Joam Tobin'. The humanist, editor and printer Plantin had started the Antwerp tradition of small format collections of Old Testament prophets, 'with 12 minor ones' in 1564. This Tavernier printing is also found with the imprints of Johannus Steelsius and Arnold Birckmann. The printer Ameet Tavernier (1522-1570) was as well a punchcutter and probably of Spanish extraction. He is considered to be one of the most important punch cutters of Antwerp, whose influence reached far beyomd the Netherlands. All editions are very rare, with OCLC apparently not locating a single edition with this imprint. KVK shows copies at about 15 continental libraries. Stelfius apparently also published a New Testament in 1570 (one copy recorded at Glasgow University Library). Pettigree and Walsby [editors], Netherlandish Books. Books Published in the Low Countries and Dutch Books printed before 1601, no. 4392 (not mentioning the colophon). De Backer-Sommervogel I, col. 1238 no. 37.

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        Opuscula tria. I. Tractatus de vulneribus. II. Expositio in lib. Hipp. de vulneribus capitis. III. Tractatus de vulneribus oculorum, aliarumque partium corporis. . .

      Venice: Paul Meietus, 1569. 1st Edition. Soft cover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 3 parts in 1 volume. 4to (208 x 149 mm). [8], 223, [25] pp. Signatures: *4 A8 B-V4 X6 Y-Cc4 Dd2 a-c4. Separate title-page with woodcut device to each part, woodcut head-pieces and initials, including the blank leaf L4. Internally little browned, occasional minor foxing, some worming and light dampstaining to top margin of second part, one wormtrack to final leaves of index affecting a few letters, leaf Q4 torn in lower blank margin. Contemporary limp vellum, spine lettered in script (little staining and soiling, spine darkened). Provenance: Joannis Antony Farrelly(?) (signature to lower margin of title-page, dated 1744). A fine, wide-margined copy. ----NLM/Durling 1429; Adams F136; Castiglioni 372; not in Wellcome, Waller or Bird. FIRST EDITION. Rare work of the famous surgeon and anatomist Gabriele Falloppio dealing with different types of injuries, their care and healing. Very Good.

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        Les memoires de Mess. Martin Du Bellay, Seigneur de Langey

      P. L'huillier. original, unusual Edition. Brand printer in title page.Bound in full brown sheepskin seventeenth. Back with nerves decorated. as Exhibit in Havana morocco. head cap arrasée. split bits. A head of library etiquette. Wetting the last index slips. P. L'huillier A Paris 1569 In-folio (22x33cm) (6f.) 136ff. 10ff. 137-350ff. (6f.) relié

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        THION VILLE Vera discrittione et ritrato di Thionville fortezza in'espugnabile, con l'asedio d'intorno de francesi, et con la dimostratione della presa.

      1569. "Carta topografica raffigurante l'assedio della fortezza di Thionville. Sebbene anonima la carta viene assegnata alla mano di Paolo Forlani ed è parte della celebre raccolta di cartografia urbana che questi pubblica, insieme a Domenico Zenoi, nel 1567 con il titolo "Il primo libro delle citta, et fortezze principali del mondo"". L'opera è di incredibile rarità e non ebbe una grande fortuna editoriale. Forse perché le lastre furono acquisite dall'editore Bolognino Zaltieri, che le utilizza per la raccolta di cartografia urbana realizzata da Giulio Ballino, denominata ""De' disegni delle più illustri città e fortezze del mondo"", edita sempre a Venezia solo due anni dopo, nel 1569. Giulio Ballino era un avvocato veneziano che frequentava la casa dei Manunzio già verso il 1530, dedicandosi in gioventù allo studio dei classici. Il libro "De' disegni delle più illustri città, et fortezze del mondo", stampato da Bolognino Zaltieri, è costituito da cinquanta vedute ed una carta geografica. L'opera rappresenta il primo tentativo, nell'ambito dell'editoria italiana, della realizzazione di un testo/atlante delle principali fortezze e città del mondo. A differenza dei suoi predecessori, dei quali utilizza spesso i rami e le iconografie, egli concepisce un'opera unitaria corredata di testi e di indice, della quale, per la prima volta, si è ha conoscenza dell'esatto numero di tavole che la compongono. Sicuramente ispirata all'opera del Du Pinet Plantz, ""Pourtraitz et descriptions de plusieurs ville set forteresses.."", la raccolta del Ballino è molto probabilmente solo una parte del progetto iniziale, molto più ampio. Egli probabilmente intendeva pubblicare un'edizione in latino, sperando di lanciare la sua opera a livello europeo, ma si arrese davanti alla pubblicazione del primo libro del ""Civitates Orbis Terrarum"" di Georg Braun & Fransz Hogenberg, che in qualche modo bruciò parecchie delle iniziative editoriali sull'iconografia urbana. Le carte della raccolta sono datate tra il 1566 ed il 1568; secondo un recente studio di Albert Ganado (1993), trentadue di queste risultano essere ristampe dei rami di Paolo Forlani e di Domenico Zenoi, per la prima volta apparsi ne ""Il primo libro delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo del Forlani"" (1567); questo cospicuo gruppo di tavole è inserito nella raccolta con alcuni ritocchi nelle lastre, che vengono modificate. Altre furono per la prima volta pubblicate da Ferrando Bertelli nel Disegni di alcune più illustri città di fortezze del mondo con aggiunte di alcune isole principali, datato 1568. Il resto delle tavole sono di anonimi incisori di cui l'autore si servì per la sua opera, probabilmente anche per ritoccare le lastre di cui era già in possesso. Alcuni esemplari di questa rara opera recano il frontespizio allegorico inciso da Nicolò Nelli, famoso incisore e calcografo veneziano della seconda metà del '500; altri esemplari viceversa hanno un frontespizio non inciso. Entrambe le versioni sono edite dallo Zaltieri nel 1569. Difficile stabilire quale sia la prima stesura e quale quella successiva, la sola differenza è infatti notabile nel testo al verso delle carte, che può variare nella dimensione dei caratteri. Altra differenza che alcune carte sono numerate al verso, mentre le stesse, esaminate in altri esemplari, sono prive di questo numero di pagina. Per semplice deduzione logica possiamo affermare che gli esemplari privi del numero siano antecedenti, teoria tuttavia non del tutto surrogata dall'esame di più esemplari dell'opera. Acquaforte e bulino, con pieni margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione." "Unsigned map showing the siege of Thionville, ascribed to Paolo Folrani. The map was first published in the incredible rare Paolo Forlani's town book """Il primo libro delle citta, et fortezze principali del mondo"", published in 1567 with a partnership of Domenico Zenoi. The plates then comes in the hand of the publisher Bolognino Zaltieri and published in the De' disegni delle più illustri città e fortezze del mondo"", by Giulio Ballino, in 1569. Giulio Ballino was a Venetian lawyer, a friend of the Manuzio family, really fond of classical studies. His work is the first attempt, in Italy, to realize an atlas/text of the main fortresses and cities in the world. Unlike his predecessors, from whom he copied the iconography, Ballino wanted to realize a complex work, with text and an index, so that the reader could know immediately how many works were inside the book. Following Du Pinet's Plantz, Pourtraitz et descriptions de plusieurs ville set forteresses.. Ballino's work is, with all probability, just the first part of an ambitious, bigger project. May be he wanted to publish a Latin edition, hoping to give his book great fame along Europe, but he had to change his mind when Georg Braun & Fransz Hogenberg published their Civitates Orbis Terrarum, which was then the first book to describe urban iconography. Ballino's plates have been issued between 1566 and 1568; according to Albert Ganado (1993), 32 of these happen to be reprints of Forlani & Zenoi's branches, already published for the first time in Il primo libro delle città, et fortezze principali del mondo (1567); the plates of these engravings have been afterwards modified. Some of them have been published in Bertelli's Disegni di alcune più illustri città di fortezze del mondo con aggiunte di alcune isole principali, (1568). Some examples of this rare work bear an allegorical title page, engraved by the Venetian artist Nicolò Nelli, a popular engraver of the XVI century; other examples bear a blank title page. Both versions have been printed by Zaltieri in 1569. It is quite hard to say which is the first version and which the last one, for the only difference is on the text on verso, with bigger letters in one case. Another difference is that some of the maps in one version have numbers on verso. We might say that those examples without numbers have been printed first, but the analysis of the engravings doesn't support this theory. The engravings listed hereby come from a defective edition; for preciseness of information, we must add that the authorship of every work has been given to the artist that realized it, even if all of them come from Ballino's collection. Copperplate, full wide margins, in excellent condition. Rare." Venezia Venice Ganado (1982): n. 68. 282 162

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        FLORUM, ET CORONARIARUM ODORATARUMQUE NONNULLARUM HERBARUM HISTORIA. [Bound together with]: FRUMENTORUM LEGUMINUM, PALUSTRIUM ET AQUATILIUM HERBARUM, AC EORUM, QUAE EO PERTINENT HISTORIA. (2 books bound in one).

      Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1569 & 1566., 1569 & 1566.. Fair. - Octavo, bound in early buff paper covered boards backed with a natural vellum spine with raised bands and the titles penned in a calligraphic hand on the spine. The covers are heavily rubbed with wear and chips to the edges and corners. The darkened spine is cracked with a corresponding break to the text block preceding the title to the second book. 311 & [9] pages; and 270 & [7] pages respectively. The first book "Florum et Coronariarum..." is illustrated with 106 (of 109) woodcuts of flowers, mostly full-page, by Arnold Nicolai & Gerard Janssen van Kampen after drawings by Peter van der Borcht. Pages 310 & 311 are misnumbered "308" & "309", as published. The first book "Florum et Coronariarum..." lacks the original title page which has been replaced by an attractively calligraphed early home-made title page copied from the 1568 first edition, with a beautifully executed drawing of Plantin's pictorial device. The verso of the original title page, the "Summa Privilegiorum", is mounted with some loss on the front pastedown. The first 2 leaves following the title (pages 3 through 6) are damaged with considerable loss to the text despite an attempt at crude repairs. The corner of page 207/8 is torn with very slight loss. The bottom corner of page 165/6 is torn without loss of text or image. This first book lacks pages 31/32 including the woodcut "Cervicaria Maior" and also lacks pages 205/206, including the woodcuts "Tulipa" & "Tulipa minor".<p>The second book "Frumentorum, leguminum..." is illustrated with historiated initials and 76 (of 84) woodcuts of plants, mostly full-page, by Gerard Janssen Van Kempen, Cornelis Muller and Arnold Nicolai after drawings by Peter Van der Bocht. There is a tear to page 115 of this second book, without loss. The book lacks pages 159 & 160, including the woodcuts "Hedysaron Primum" and "Hedysaron Alterum". There is a large hole with loss of text to pages 177/78. Pages 227/28, 235-238, 271 are lacking together with the corresponding woodcuts which decorated those pages: "Fontalis sive Potamogeiton", "Ranae Morsus", "Sagitta", "Epimedium", "Sedum Aquatile", and "Persicaria".<p>Overall, the pages are darkened with scattered foxing and spotting. Several page corners are creased and several signatures are slightly pulled. There are occasional penciled annotations throughout. <p>The 1569 second edition of Rembert Dodoens' "Florum, et Coronariarium" bound together with the 1566 first edition of his "Frumentorum, leguminum".<p>The attractively calligraphed home-made title page to the first book is copied from the 1568 first edition. However, the book itself is the "Altera", or Second Edition of 1569.<p>Dodoens' "Florum, et Coronariarum Odoratarumque..." is a study of ornamental and fragrant plants. One of the earliest treatises on plants and flowers adorning gardens, the work is devoted to annuals and perennials, as well as rare bulbous plants.<p>The second work, Dodoens' "Frumentorum, leguminum..." is a pre-Linnean botanical study of cereals, vegetables, vegetation of the marshes and water plants. The preface and colophon of this 1566 first edition are dated 1565. [Ref.: Hunt Botanical Catalogue, 96].<p>The Flemish physician and botanist Robert Dodoens (1517-1585), here writing as "Remberto Dodonaeo mechliniensi Medico auctore", was born in Mechelen and studied medicine, cosmography and geography at the University of Leuven. A physician in Mechelen, he turned down several prestigious appointments before becoming court physician to the Austrian emperor Rudolph II from 1775 to 1578. He subsequently taught as professor of medicine at the University of Leiden from 1582 until his death. Influenced by Leonhart Fuchs' work, he published his substantial illustrated herbal "Cruydeboeck" from 1554 through 1563. Regarded by many as a pharmacopoeia, a substantial part of Dodoen's work addressed medicinal herbs and became, at the time, the most translated work after the Bible. Linnaeus named the plant genus "Dodonaea" after him.

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        Traicté de la conformité du langage français avec le Grec (.).

      - Paris, Jaques du Puys, 1569. In-8 (166 x 110 mm), plein maroquin olive, dos janséniste à 5 faux nerfs, titre doré, doré sur tranches, guirlande sur les chasses (rel. Capé), (36), 171 p. Première édition publiée en France, la seconde après celle de Genève 1565, partagée entre Jacques du Puis et son beau-frère de Robert Estienne. Dans cet important ouvrage, le premier qu'il ait composé en français, Henri Estienne prône la supériorité de la langue française sur toutes les autres. Par sa "conformité" avec le grec, la plus belle langue qui ne fût jamais, le français doit prétendre à la place d'honneur dans la littérature et les sciences de tous les peuples modernes. L'ouvrage, qui s'inscrit dans le courant initié par Geoffroy Tory avec son &#145;Champfleury&#146;, poursuivi par l'édit de Villers-Cotterêts et la &#145;Défense et illustration de la langue française&#146; de Du Bellay, se termine par un dictionnaire de plus de quatre cents mots français pris du grec, l'un des premiers du genre. Renouard (1854, n°821) jugeait cette seconde édition "bien exécutée et, en quelques endroits, plus correcte que l'édition de 1565". (Adams, S-1794. Schreiber, 240. Cf. &#145;En français dans le texte&#146;, 62. Renouard, p. 125). Bel exemplaire, grand de marges, dans une fine reliure janséniste de maroquin de Capé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gesamtansicht , "Napoli".

      - Kupferstich v. Ballino, 1569, 16 x 24,5 Fauser, Nr.9602. - Sehr selten.

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        Divi Gregorii Nazianzeni, cognomento Theologi, Opera omnia, quae quidem extant, nova translatione donata.

      - Paris, Sebastianum Nivellium, 1569. In- folio (34 x 22 cm) reliure demi-basane postérieure défraîchie, dos lisse à pièce de titre, page de titre avec vignette gravée, texte entièrement réglé, bandeaux, lettrines historiées, 24 f. n.p., 943 pages. Titre complet : "Divi Gregorii Nazianzeni, cognomento Theologi, Opera omnia, quae quidem extant, nova translatione donata, unà cum doctissimis Nicetae Serronii commentariis sedecim Panegyricas Orationes, intextis etiam quibusdam Pselli enarrationibus in obscuriora loca secundae orationis de Paschate ; adiunctum est praeterea Nonni opusculum, quo profanas historias et fabulas, quae in Inuectiuis aduersus Iulianum Apostatam reperiuntur exponit / quae omnia nunc primùm latina facta sunt, Iacobi Billii Prunaei. diligentia & labore; addita sunt etiam ubique breuia quaedam Scholia, eodem Abbate auctore cum triplice indice"Gregorio Nacianceno, Santo, 329-390 : Issu d'une famille chrétienne, Grégoire fait ses études à Alexandrie puis à Athènes, où il rencontre Basile de Césarée, qui devient son ami. Il rentre à Nazianze, où il est ordonné prêtre par son père. Ordonné ensuite contre son gré évêque de Sasimes par Basile de Césarée, il ne peut s'établir dans cette cité et reste chez son père, devenant ainsi le premier évêque auxiliaire de l'Église. La richesse des écrits théologiques de Grégoire conduit très vite à sa reconnaissance dans toute la chrétienté. Ses &#156;uvres sont traduites en latin, puis dans différentes langues. Il influence significativement la théologie de la Trinité tant des Pères grecs que des Pères latins. Il devient un Père de l'Église, puis est introduit dans le bréviaire comme Docteur de l'Église par le pape Pie V en 1578. Il est vénéré tant par les catholiques que par les orthodoxes. Ses reliques, transférées à Rome au VIIIe siècle pour éviter leur destruction lors de la querelle iconoclaste, ont été restituées en 2004 par le pape Jean-Paul II au patriarche Bartholomée Ier de Constantinople. Ce geste est à interpréter comme un signe de réconciliation entre catholiques et orthodoxes. Livres [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Primus tomus (und decimus) eximii patris, inter summa latinae ecclesiæ ornamenta ac lumina principis, D. Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis episcopi

      cuius praestantissima in omni genere monimenta, quæ quidem inueniri possunt, vniuersa, denuo ad optimorum & fidelissimorum exemplarium examen reuocata, noua eruditissimorum virorum recognitione, multo sunt quam vnquam antehac emendatiora, ab innumeris vindicata erroribus, ac demum nouis quibusdam censuris, plurimisq(ue) minime aspernandis accessionibus locupletata. Cum indice tripartito, ad calcem adiecto, omnibus, qui extant, uberiore, & theologiæ studiosis commodiore. Basileae, Per Ambrosium & Aurelium Frobenios, fratres, Anno salutis humanæ, M.D.LXIX, (1569), (28 Blätter), 882 Spalten und Tomus II: Operum D. Aurelii Augustini Hipponensis Episcopi, Complectens Illius Epistolas, non mediocri cura emendatus, per Des. Erasmum Roterodamum, atque alios. 896 Spalten, (2 Blätter), 39,5x26, Holzdeckel, vom Rücken ausgehend zur Hälfte mit Leder überzogen, vom hinteren Einbanddeckel fehlt ca. die Hälfte, Rücken mit größerer Fehlstelle am Fuß, viele Blätter mit Wurmlöchern, Vermerke auf Einbandinnenseite und Vorsatz, die fehlenden Spalten 5-8 und 17-20 sind handschriftlich ergänzt/nachgetragen mit eingebunden worden, kl. Stempel verso Titelblatt des 2. Teils: von Rhedigersche Stadtbibliothek zu Breslau, die Spalten 17/18 und 19/20 sind mit an einigen Stellen (mit Textverlust) beschädigt und teilweise von alter Hand überklebt, vereinzelt kl. Anstreichungen im Text, Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren, 2 Teile in einem Band

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        Les ?uvres françoises de Joachim du Bellay, Gentilhomme Angevin, & Poëte excellent de ce temps.

      1569 - Première édition originale collective des ?uvres de Du Bellay, imprimée en 1569. A Paris, Federic Morel, 1569. 8 parties reliées en 1 volume in-8 de : I/ (12) ff., 40 ; II/ 80 ff. ; III/ 96 ff. ; IV/ 64 ff. ; V/ 60 ff. ; VI/ 88 ff. ; VII/ 80 ff. ; VIII/ 72 ff. Lettre manuscrite jointe. Plein maroquin rouge, triple filet doré encadrant les plats, dos à nerfs richement orné, double filet doré sur les coupes, roulette intérieure dorée, tranches dorées sur marbrure. Reliure signée Hardy. 164 x 103 mm. / First collective edition of Du Bellay's Works, printed in 1569. A Paris, Federic Morel, 1569. 8 parts bound in one 8vo volume [164 x 103 mm] of: I/ (12) ll., 40; II/ 80 ll.; III/ 96 ll.; IV/ 64 ll.; V/ 60 ll.; VI/ 88 ll.; VII/ 80 l.; VIII/ 72 ll. Handwritten letter included. Full red morocco, triple gilt fillet on the covers, spine ribbed and richly decorated, inner gilt border, gilt over marbled edges. Binding signed Hardy. First collective edition and first reunion of Joachim du Bellay's works. ?First real collective edition, which isn't with a consecutive numbering of pages, as it will be starting from 1573. Only the general title bears the date of 1569, each of the eight parts (?L'Olive' counts for a part) having its own title, dated 1568.? Jean-Paul Barbier, La Pléiade, n°40; Brunet, I, 749; Tchemerzine, III, p.75; Le Petit, pp. 93-94. ?Fine edition, of which poems are printed in italic characters.? (Le Petit, Bibliographie des éditions originales françaises). This collective edition encloses 698 plays in total, including 93 originals. Here they are, part by part: I/ Deffense: no new play. II/ Olive: 138 plays. III/ Recueil de Poésie: 60 plays. IV/ Enéide: 57 translations and 19 plays, including 9 originals. V/ Divers Poèmes: 99 plays, including 73 originals. VI/ Regrets: 241 plays, including 7 originals. VII/ Divers Jeux Rustiques: 45 plays, including 4 originals. VIII/ Epithalame: 39 plays. That is in total, 698 plays, including 93 originals. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Royal Exchange, London Interior Court, from the South]

      Frans Hogenberg, c.1569]., [London - The first commercial building in England Engraved print. The rare first state of Hogenberg's print of the Royal Exchange. In the sixteenth century, the power dynamics in Europe shifted. The dominant financial forces in the European market were no longer simply those with vast domestic and overseas territories, likes Spain. The rise of the mercantile classes, and the corresponding ideology that the pursuit of wealth could be both patriotic and devout, increased the importance of commerce in the construction of English nationhood, as Hogenberg's print shows.Frans Hogenberg, who collaborated with Georg Braun to create the 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum', emigrated to London in 1568 with his brother Remegius after the Duke of Alva became regent of the Spanish holdings in the Low Countries, and stayed until 1587. Two years before he arrived work had begun on the Exchange, the first commercial building in England, inspired by Sir Thomas Gresham's experience of the bourse in Antwerp. It was clearly significant enough to his contemporaries for Hogenberg to record the occasion: he also produced a print of the exterior. Gresham (1519-1579) was a banker and merchant, whose expertise in currency helped rebuild the pound under successive Tudor monarchs. The Exchange was designed both to provide a centre of commerce as England's financial power grew, and also to act as a source of income for Gresham, who rented out the shops in the building. The print shows the Exchange without the column crowned by a grasshopper added in the final stages of building, which appears in the second state. Gresham's crest was a grasshopper, probably a play on the first syllable of his name. The royal arms are suspended above the courtyard, with Gresham's arms underneath: Elizabeth I would officially open the Exchange in 1571, granting it a royal title and the right to sell alcohol.We have not been able to trace any other examples of this state of the print. The British Museum holds the second state. 383 by 530mm. (15 by 20.75 inches).

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        Tomus secundus cum praefationum in quosdam illustres autores: tum orationum de clarißimorum virorum vitiis. Zerbst, B. Faber 1587. 8°. 3 Bll., 793 S., mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke am Titel, blindgepr. Prgt. d. Zt. mit hs. Rtit.

      - VD 16, M 3581 - vgl. Knaake II 460 (Ausg. 1569).- Seltene Zerbster Ausgabe (erstmals 1546 in Straßburg erschienen).- Mit Widmungsvorrede von Nikolaus Gerbel an Petrus Heldung, dat. Straßburg, 18. Nov. 1544.- Zweite Auswahl mit der Bezeichnung ?Tomus secundus? der Sammlung ausgewählter Schulreden und Vorträge (?Selectarum declamationum?), die Melanchthon während seiner Wittenberger Lehrtätigkeit (ab 1518) entweder selbst verfaßt und vorgetragen oder sie seinen Schülern und Zeitgenossen zur Vorlesung übergeben hatte. "Melanchthons Declamationes genossen eines großen Rufes und können als typisch für diese ganze schriftstellerische Gattung betrachtet werden.? (Hartfelder 349).- Enthält u.a. Vorrede Melanchthons zu Werken von Peurbach, Schöner und der Türkenchronik des Abtes von Ursperg, sowie Biographien von Rudolph Agricola u.a.- Titel mit altem Bibl.-Stempel, gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, einige zeitgennöss. Unterstreichungen u. vereinzelt Anmerkungen in Tinte, sonst tadelloses Exemplar.

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        CODICIS DN. IUSTINIANI SACRATISSIMI PRINCIPIS PP AUGUSTI LUGDUNI AN. DOMINI 1569

      LIONE 1569 - CODICIS DN. IUSTINIANI SACRATISSIMI PRINCIPIS PP AUGUSTI LUGDUNI AN. DOMINI MDLXIX In 4° grande, pag. [66] 2136+ 20 [32], legatura in piena pergamena con nervi in rilievo, frontespizio con marca editoriale. Dorso con piccole mancanze e abrasioni, cerniera di quarta di copertina allentata, piccoli tarli alla sguardia e alla prima pagina bianca, lieve rifilatura al margine superiore allentamento dell'ultimo fascicolo. lieve odore di cantina. Ulteriori dettagli e immagini a richiesta. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        I Palazzi Di Roma

      Diese Exemplar trägt die Nummer 1569, Schuber an den Rändern abgerieben.Einband auch am Rücken etwas berieben

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        De institutis coenobiorum. (Daran:) Collationes XXIV.

      Fol. 120 nn. Bll. (Got. Type, 2 Spalten, 57 Zeilen), Etw. späterer flex. Pgmt.-Bd. m. durchzogenen Bünden. Eine von vermutlich nur vier Inkunabelausgaben dieses Textes. - Die Institutis (Über die Mönchserziehung und über Heilmittel gegen die acht Hauptsünden) des Predigers Johannes Cassianus (ca. 360-435) sind Produkt seiner in Palästina und Ägypten gemachten Erfahrungen als Eremit sie sollten in der Folge quasi kanonisiert die Lehre der acht Kardinallaster begründen. Außer den hier ebenfalls enthaltenen Collationes (wohl fingierte philosophische Unterredungen mit ägyptischen Mönchen) verfaßte Cassianus noch eine gegen Nestorios gerichtete Schrift über die Natur Christi. Cassianus, begonnen als Mönch in Bethlehem, gründete um 414 in Marseille ein Mönchs- und Nonnenkloster und wird dort als Heiliger verehrt. - Für den Einband (dieser etw. berieben u. fleckig) wurde ein Notariatsinstrument von 1569 verwendet. Das weisse Blatt zu Beginn mit kalligraphischer Verfassernennung von alter Hand. Die ersten beiden Bll. im Bug etwas wurmstichig. Einige Bll. mit Eckknicken. Vereinzelt etw. fleckig, sonst schönes Exemplar. - GW 6161 Goff C 234 Hain/C. 4563 Pellechet 3337 BSB-Ink C-166 Proctor 5697 ISTC ic00234000.

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        Heilige Stanislaus Kostka betet die Hostie an. Kupfertstich.

      In der Platte signiert und bezeichnet "B. Stanislavs Kostka perillustri apud Polonos loco [...] caelo receptus ao 1569. "Ausgezeichneter, feinzeichnender Druck mit schmalem Rändchen um die Plattenkante. 39,5 x 25,8 cm. Papier: 40,3 x 26,8 cm. Hollstein 281. Eines von sieben Blättern aus der Folge "Heilige des Jesuitenordens". Wie sein älterer Bruder Boetius war Schelte Bolswert einer der bedeutendsten Kupferstecher seiner Zeit. Der polnische Jusuit und Heilige Stanislaus Kostka (1550-1568) ist ein Nationalpatron Polens und Patron der studierenden Jugend, sowie Patron der Ministranten und der Jesuitennovizen. - Obere linke Ecke mit winzigem restaurierten Einriß und kleiner Ergänzung in Tusche. Obere rechte Ecke minimal knittrig und eine horizontale Knickspur geglättet. Insgesamt von sehr guter Erhaltung.

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        Commentaria in libros Hippocratis de ratione victus in morbis acutis.

      Andrés de Angulo, Alcalá de Henares 1569 - 8ºm, 149 x 96 mm plena piel de época con lomo nervado, hierros dorados, papel verjurado. Falta portada y primera página del proemio. Anotaciones de época en los márgenes, otras posteriores, algunas manchas que no afectan a la legibilidad, algún agujero de insecto en cubierta anterior y lomo. Francisco Valles de Covarrubias (1524-92). Comentario al Tratado atribuido a Hipócrates Sobre la dieta en enfermedades agudas. Primera edición, extremadamente rara. Una de los comentarios más importantes de los estudios de Hipócrates sobre enfermedades agudas, se encuentra entre los textos patológicos existentes más tempranos en medicina occidental. Los médicos hipocráticos establecieron el concepto humoral y fisiológico de la enfermedad que dominó la medicina durante más de dos milenios. Poseían un buen conocimiento de los procesos patológicos específicos y el texto contiene descripciones útiles de enfermedades agudas tales como apoplejía, cólera, pleuresía, neumonía, enfisema, etc. Valles fue uno de los líderes en la restauración de la medicina hipocrática, y uno de los médicos más distinguidos de España. Sus propias observaciones sobre la curación de enfermedades agudas pueden encontrarse en su extenso Comentario sobre el Tratado, que ocupa varias veces más espacio que la obra original. La edición de Valles fue impresa por Andrés de Angulo, famoso por su buen tipo romano, en Alcalá de Henares. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Brief mit eigenh. U. Innsbruck, 18. I. 1569.

      1569. 2 SS. Folio. An einen namentlich nicht genannten Adressaten betr. des Amts des Hofpfennigmeisters. - Etwas angestaubt und mit kleinen Randläsuren und -einrissen; die Verso-Seite mit einigen weiteren Unterschriften.

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        Tractus Rheni: Prima Tabula - Secunda Tabula - Tertia Tabula auf einem Blatt. ( Großformatiger Kupferstich mit der gesamten Darstellung des Rheinverlaufs auf 3 Segmenten aus: Speculum Orbis Terrarum / Inferioris Germaniae pars )

      ( Die Karte selbst wurde von de Jode ca. 1569 erstellt laut Inschrift de Jodes unterhalb des linken Meilenzeigers ) Die Kupferstichkarte zeigt den gesamten Rheinverlauf von der Quelle des Rheins im Tomasee ( Graubünden ) in der Schweiz über den Bodensee, über Basel, Straßburg, Speyer, Mainz, Köln, Düsseldorf bis hin zu den Mündungsarmen des Rheins mit u.a. dem Waal und Städten wie Utrecht und Antwerpen. Der *Tertia Tabula*-Teil der Karte mit der Mündung des Rheins in die Nordsee mit etlichen Inseln ( u.a. Texel ) sowie einem Seeungeheuer und 3 Schiffen auf der Nordsee nebst schöner Windrose. Rechts oben mit Titelkartusche *Inferioris Germaniae pars...* und Meilenzeiger, links oben mit Titelei *Tractus Rhenanus multos olim Romanus...*, links unten mit Zirkel und Meilenzeiger und Textzeile *Gerardus de Jode excudebat Anno Do. 1569*. Auf dem Blatt noch 2 weitere Himmelsrichtungsanzeiger sowie zahlreiche kleine Wappen. Die zweifach gefaltete Karte misst gesamt 34 x 130 cm ( Höhe x Breite ), alt unter Passepartout und Glas gerahmt ( ungeöffnet ). Das Rahmenmaß beträgt: 55 x 150 cm. Die Karte verso mit altem gedrucktem Text, die Karte gleichmäßig gebräunt ( die rechte Hälfte der Karte etwas stärker gebräunt ) und von insgesamt guter Erhaltung mit 2 Mittelfalzen. 4 fingernagelgroße kleine Stellen auf dem ersten Teilstück sind ausgebliichen und aufgehellt. Das Passepartout stärker fleckig ( müsste erneuert werden ), der Rahmen gering bestoßen. - Eine vollständige Rheinkarte de Jodes iwie hier vorliegend ist von äußerstser Seltenheit - ( Bitte beachten: Hier aufgrund der Größe und Bruchgefahr kein Versand, hier nur Selbstabholung bzw. selbst organisierter Abtransport - bitte dabei aber die Maße des Rahmens beachten ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available )

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        LIBER CONTINENS CONTINVA SERIE EPISTOLAS PHILIPPI MELANCHTHONIS SCRIPTAS ANNIS XXXVIII. AD IOACH. CAMERAR. PABEP.

      Lipsiae. 1569. 20h+821Pág+3h. 19x14. Pergamino a la romana. Philippi Melanchthonis y Ioach Camera Pabep, gran obra de dos grandes reformadores junto a Lutero. Pag 759 se observa como eran grandes amigos. Raríssimo ejemplar. Ref 30 Biblioteca A.

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        Libri Regum, IIII. Paralipomenon, II. Esdrae, IIII. Tobiae, I. Ivdith (Judith), I. Esther, I. Iob (Job), I.

      Mit einfacher typgographischer Titelbordüre. Einband etwas berieben, beschabt und gebräunt sowie mit wenigen kleinen Wurmlöchern Messingteile der Schließen etwas oxydiert hinterer Vorsatz herausgetrennt die letzten 5 Bll. mit kleinen Wurmgängen am Fuß (geringer Buchstabenverlust) erste Bll. mit winzigem Wurmloch im seitlichen Rand leicht stockfleckig und gebräunt sowie vereinzelt leicht fleckig durchgehend am Kopf knapp beschnitten - häufiger Seitenüberschrift und Seitenzahl an- bzw. weggeschnitten sowie bei wenigen Seiten auch die oberste Textzeile leicht angeschnitten vereinzelt Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand kurzer Tinteneintrag auf dem Vordervorsatz 2 Besitzvermerke von alter Hand auf dem Titel Stempel auf Titel und letzter Seite. Wohl Teilband (Band 2) einer 1569 bei Gryphius in Lyon gedruckten Taschenbibel. Exemplare in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek und in der Provinzialbibliothek Amberg (jeweils 1 Exemplar) mit gleicher Kollation und ebenfalls ohne Angaben zu Ort, Drucker und Jahr werden dort dieser Ausgabe zugeordnet bei 2 weiteren Exemplaren (Bayerische Staatsbibliothek und Württembergische Landesbibliothek) werden nur Vermutungen zum Erscheinungsjahr (um 1587) gemacht (vgl. auch VD 17, B 3056). Mit dem datierten Wappensupralibro des Fürstbischofs von Seckau (Österreich), Martin Brenner (1548-1616), auf dem Vorderdeckel "Martinus Episcopus Seccovensis 1613". Schöner, kleinformatiger Wappeneinband mit intakten Schließen.

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        Les Portraicts Anatomiques de Toutes les Parties du Corps Humain, gravez en taille douce, par le commandement de feu Henry huictiesme, Roy d'Angleterre. Ensemble l'Abregé d'André Vesal, & l'explication d'iceux, accompagnee d'une declaration Anatomique

      Par Jaques Grevin… Forty engraved anatomical plates (one folding). Title & text ruled in red throughout. 4 p.l., 106 pp., one leaf with printer's woodcut device on verso (otherwise blank). Folio, early 18th-cent. vellum over boards (two very neat restorations in margins of the title & faint traces of two inscriptions erased, folding "Adam & Eve" plate backed & with two tears neatly repaired without loss, a few small marks and slight browning of the paper), leather lettering piece on spine. Paris: A. Wechel, 1569. First edition in French of Vesalius's Fabrica, illustrated with the first anatomical copper engravings. This is a fine copy of this beautiful edition and is particularly rare when complete with the final leaf (lacking in the NLM, Cushing, and Waller copies). The translation was made by Jacques Grevin (?1538-70), a poet and one of the most distinguished medical humanists of France. He has added a chapter of his own, "Brefe Declaration des Parties du Corps Humain." In 1560, because of religious reasons, he was forced to leave France for England where he was befriended by Queen Elizabeth. Here he probably met Thomas Geminus, who had published a plagiarized edition of Vesalius in 1545 illustrated with his own copper engravings, the first time that the medium had been used in an anatomical book (this is a famously rare book). It was probably Grevin who enabled the Parisian printer Christian Wechel to acquire Geminus's copperplates, as Wechel published an edition of Geminus's Compendiosa in 1564, using Geminus's original engravings. Five years later Grevin published the present translation of the Vesalian text, illustrated with the same engravings. Vesalius complained about Geminus's plagiarism and regarded his engravings as inept, but "in fact Gemini's copies, though omitting the background to Vesalius's figures, are very competent technically. Perhaps the best tribute to this competence is the speed with which his copperplates were in turn themselves plagiarized by continental publishers."-ODNB. Not only were these plates made from the best anatomical illustrations that had ever been published, but Grevin gave prominence to the new technique in the title to this book; it was published not merely with illustrations, but because of them. A really nice copy. ? Cushing VI.C.-7-(omitting the last leaf from his collation). Roberts & Tomlinson, The Fabric of the Body. European Traditions of Anatomical Illustration, p. 140-Geminus's engravings are "remarkably fine copies of those of Vesalius. The background landscapes have been simplified into a few rocks and tufts of grass, and a few figures have been reversed; but these anatomical figures have been engraved with accuracy and clarity, the lettering particularly standing out well in this finer medium.".

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