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2017-12-01 18:37:31
Aphtonius, Hermogenes, & Dionysius Longinus. Ed. Francisci Porti, Cretensis.
Ionnis Crispini, 1569. Aphtonius pp1-48; Hermogenes pp.49-443 + index; D. Longinus pp 1-69 + index. En grec. Reliure parchemin. Jean Crepsin, Genève. Marque à l'ancre. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: ShepherdsBook [Yvonand, Switzerland]
2017-11-29 16:42:52
LIPSIUS Iustus
Plantin, 1569. in-4, 3 parti in un vol., ff. (8), pp.330, (2, bianche), 292, ff.(4), magnifica legatura francese di fine XVII secolo in pieno marocchino granata, piatti interamente decorati da bordura racchiudente i gigli di Francia, al centro lo stemma araldico del "Collegium Grassinaeum", dorso a nervi con titolo ed uguale decoraz. di gigli, il tutto impresso in oro, tagli dorati. Illustrato da alcune incisioni in rame o in legno nel testo, 1 tav. ripieg. f.t., attribuite a Pieter van der Borcht. Prima edizione di opera storico-militare sulla potenza di Roma nei due secoli avanti Cristo, che il dotto studioso belga J.Lipsius (1547-1606) basò sulle memorie lasciate dallo storico Polibio (204-122 a. Cr.) amico di Scipione Emiliano. Visse 17 anni a Roma ed ebbe modo di consultare gli archivi della città e di ricavarne la storia qui commemtata da Lipsius. Esemplare bellissimo in elegante legatura. I volumi in legatura identica alla presente, con gigli di Francia e lo stemma del Collegium Grassinaeum, venivano offerti in premio ai vincitori dei ''Certamina'' organizzati periodicamente dal College des Grassins di Parigi, ora in Rue Laplace.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-11-26 03:04:18
Lonicerus, Adamus:
Christian Egenolffs Erben, Franckfort am Meyn, 1569. 30+347x2 Seiten (pro Doppelseite paginiert) Hardcover mit Lederrücken und -ecken 4. Deutsche Ausgabe von 1569, noch zu Lebzeiten des Autors erschienen. Zustand: Rücken, Ecken, Kanten bestoßen. Vorne ist der Bund leicht beschädigt, die Fadenheftung ist unbeeinträchtigt. Innen auf dem Buchdeckel sind vorne und hinten Namenseintragungen und Stempel, eine Eintragung mit Siegel. Die Eingangseiten fehlen. Das Buch beginnt mit der Vorrede, davon ist jedoch das erste Blatt nur zu einem kleinen Teil vorhanden. Die Seite III rechts ist der Beginn mit "der Sonnen gedichtet haben". Die Vorrede endet mit "Williger Adamus ." Das Register endet mit dem deutschen Teil, "Erst Theyl", dann geht es weiter bis Seite cccxlviii, das wahre Ende. Die Bindung ist an und sich intakt, an den Blättern sind am Ende des Buches Papierreparaturen sichtbar, die nicht in den Text oder in die Bilder reichen. Die Blätter sind beinahe fleckenfrei (eingangs nicht), die Colorierungen sind sauber, sehr vereinzelte Blätter haben Einrisse, die Paginierung ist in römischen Ziffern über der gedruckten Seitenangabe handschriftlich ergänzt, ansonsten Innen keine Eintragungen. Zenetti
Bookseller: Clerc Fremin [Steingaden, Germany]
2017-11-22 20:00:20
Eskrich, Pierre: ( illustrator)]:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Literature, ABAA [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-11-22 19:17:15
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2017-11-20 12:53:25
Thomas Aquinas
Antwerpen, Johann Stelsius, 1569. Folio. 338 Bl., 3 n.n. Bl. Register, 1 w. Bl. mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel. Lederband der Zeit mit blindgerpägtem Deckelmedaillon. Adams A 1482. - Spätere Ausgabe der "goldenen Ketee" durch die vier Evangelien. - Papier durchgehend etwas gebräunt. Blatt 25 mit Papierverlust am Blattrand (ohne Textverlust). Einband mit kleinem Lederverlust auf dem Vorderdeckel. Einband beschabt. Rückenkanten angeplatzt.Ecken bestossen. Die ursprünglichen Schliessbänder ausgerissen.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [CH]
2017-11-20 09:19:39
[Jagdverordnung].
1569. 1 S. Qu.-Imperial-Folio. "[...] Demnach uns glaubwürdig fürkombt, das sich fast männigklich sowol geist: als weltliche personen so nicht von den dreyen ständten würckliche ladtleut sein, bißhero understanden, ihres gefallens hin und wider zuhätzen, paissen und andere waidmannschaft zutreiben, wann wir dann hieran ain sonders ungnädiges mißfallen tragen, und solches hinfüro zuverstatten kaines wegs gesunnen, hierauff ist unser gnädigister auch ernstlicher befelch an euch alle geistliche und weltliche, so wie obverstanden in diesem unserm ertzhertzogthumb Oesterreich under und ob der Ennß under den obern dreyen ständten, von praelaten, herrn: und ritterschafft nicht begriffen und zu derselben landtags versamblungen erscheinen dörffen, das Ihr euch alles hätzens, paissens und auff was weiß es wolle waidmannschafft zutreiben gewißlichen enthaltet [...]". - Mit stärkeren Randläsuren und einigen kleinen Papierdurchbrüchen.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris [AT]
2017-11-19 17:19:49
PERRISSIN, Jean (before 1546-1617) and Jacques TORTOREL (fl: 1568-1575).
Geneva: Nicholas Castellin, 1569-1570 PERISSIN, Jean (before 1546-1617) and Jacques TORTOREL (fl: 1568-1575). Le massacre fait a Tours par la populace au mois de Iuillet. 1562. Geneva: Nicholas Castellin, 1569-1570 Single sheet (16 x 20 2/8 inches). Fine woodcut with Perissin's monogram lower left after a copper engraving by Franz Hogenberg, woodcut title above and legend below the neat line. THE MASSACRE OF THE HUGUENOTS AT TOURS IN 1562 Number 14 of 40 plates (including the illustrated title-page) in the celebrated series published with titles and legends in French (as here), German, Italian and Latin, as "Premier volume contenant quarante tableaux ou histoires diverses qui sont memorables touchant les guerres, massacres et troubles advenus en France en ces dernieres annees. Le tout recueilli selon le tesmoignage de ceux qui y ont este en personne" - "First Volume, containing forty tableaus or divers memorable histories concerning the wars, massacres and troubles that have occurred in France in these last years. All gathered from the testimony of those who were there in person and saw them, and truly portrayed". "THE FIRST EXTENDED PRINT SERIES OFFERING A PICTORIAL ACCOUNT OF RECENT EVENTS where the images do not simply illustrate a written history but carry the burden of telling the story themselves, and that was intended not to glorify a ruler's deeds but to show a broad general public the events of their time" (Benedict, page 4) An extraordinary scene showing the complete massacre of the Huguenots by the people of Tours on July 11th, 1562, also issued as an etchin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-18 00:33:25
Exlibris, early bookplate, Bohemica - Dernschwam de Hradiczin, Hans:
1569. circa 21,6 x 14,5 cm., 1 Blatt. verso weiss Leiningen-W. 74, I (mit Abbildung); Warnecke 379. Hier das seltene, grösste von vier Formaten dieses Exlibris. Der aus Brüx (Most) in Böhmen stammende Kaufmann und Humanist Dernschwam de Hradiczin (1494-1568) ist heute vor allem durch das Tagebuch seiner Orientreise bekannt. Von seiner bedeutenden Büchersammlung wurden 651 Bände im Jahr 1568 von der kaiserlichen Bibliothek in Wien übernommen. - "Dernschwam hat in Leipzig, Wien und Rom studiert. Er gehörte zu dem Wiener Humanistenkreis im Gefolge Balbins. Als Prinzenerzieher in Budapest und Preßburg kam er mit Hans und Georg Thurzo und Jakob Fugger in Verbindung und trat vermutlich schon 1518 in Thurzos Kupferbergbau in Neusohl (Slowakei, Banska Bystrica) ein. Seit seinem erfolgreichen Eingreifen bei dem Budapester Aufstand gegen die Fugger-Faktorei 1525 übernahm er die vom König an die Fugger verpachteten Kupfergruben als leitender Faktor in Neusohl bis zur Auflösung des Vertrages 1546. Er bereiste wiederholt Ungarn und zeichnete, neben seiner handelspolitischen Tätigkeit, auch römische Inschriften auf. 1549 schied er aus den Fuggerschen Diensten, blieb aber in der Slowakei (Oberungarn) und von da aus mit den deutschen Humanisten bis an den Rhein in Briefwechsel und Büchertausch. Noch im Alter von 59 Jahren schloß er sich aus freiem Willen der kaiserlichen Gesandtschaft zum türkischen Sultan an und hat über diese mehr als 2jährige Reise ein Tagebuch handschriftlich hinterlassen, dessen Bedeutung wegen der darin enthaltenen wirtschafts- und kulturpolitischen Beobachtungen zu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
2017-11-13 15:15:40
Bracton, Henry de
1569 - PMM 89: The "Crown and Flower of Medieval Jurisprudence" Bracton, Henry de, [d. 1268]. De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, Libri Quinq; In Varios Tractatus Distincti, ad Diversorum et Vetustissimorum Codicum Collationem, Ingenti Cura, Nunc Primu Typis Vulgati; Quorum Quid Cuiq; Insit, Proxima Pagina Demonstrabit. London: Apud Richardum Tottellum, 1569. [xvi], 444 [i.e. 442] ff. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-3/4"). Nineteenth-century diced calf, gilt rules to boards, gilt fillets, ornaments and title to spine, gilt rules to board edges, gilt inside rules, marbled endpapers, ribbon marker. Light rubbing, faint dampstain to front board, moderate rubbing to extremities, front joint just starting at head, corners bumped and somewhat worn, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Attractive large woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing and finger smudges to some leaves, some fading to text of Fols. 1 and 2. A handsome copy of a landmark work. $12,500. * First edition. Written between 1250 and 1256, De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae [The Laws and Customs of England] is the first treatise on English law. A systematic work, it emphasizes the separation of procedural and substantive matters and also cites cases as sources of at least intellectual, if not formal, authority. The principles formulated in this work and its use of precedents determined the development of English law and established the method adopted by Littleton and Coke. In Maitland's words, it is "the crown and flower of English medieval jurisprudence" and "by far the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-11-08 23:09:46
Biblia graeca, Greek printing, Bibel NT -:
Paris, Robert (II) Estienne, 1568 (in fine: 1569). - circa 12,1 x 8 cm. 16 Bll., 494, 342 SS., 20 Bll., mit wiederholter Druckermarke auf beiden Titeln und 1 grossen am Ende von Teil 2 Pergament d. Zt. Renouard 171,1; Schreiber 239; Darlow/Moule 4633; Adams B-1670. Elegante Taschenausgabe nach der griechischen Bibel, die 1546-1549 bei Estienne erschienen war mit zusätzlichen Anmerkungen aus der Folio-Ausgabe von 1550. Hier in der kleinsten Type der Grec du Roy, die auf Claude Garamond zurückgeht und die Robert (I) Estienne im Auftrag des Königs Francois I. hatte entwerfen lassen. Der vorliegende Druck stammt von dessen Sohn, dem Bruder von Henri Estienne. - Durchgehend nur griechisch, allein das kurze Vorwort an den Leser in lateinischer Sprache. Der zweite Teil mit eigenem Titelblatt enthält die Apostelbriefe. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Buchwissenschaftlers und Übersetzers Richard Mummendey (1900-1978); sein Exlibris auf dem Vorsatz. - Ohne die beiden weissen Blätter jeweils am Ende. - Erster Titel mit schmalem kleinem, hinterlegtem Randabschnitt, wenig gebräunt, teils matte Feuchtränder. Einband angestaubt, berieben, am Rücken mit kleinen Rissen und Abschabung, aber solide, hinteres Gelenk von innen verstärkt, Bindung fest und insgesamt gut.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
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2017-11-08 21:52:43
Bracton, Henry de
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-08 21:52:43
Bracton, Henry de; Printing and the Mind of Man 89
1569. London, 1569. First edition. Printing and the Mind of Man 89: The "Crown and Flower of Medieval Jurisprudence" Bracton, Henry de, [d. 1268]. De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae, Libri Quinq; In Varios Tractatus Distincti, ad Diversorum et Vetustissimorum Codicum Collationem, Ingenti Cura, Nunc Primu Typis Vulgati; Quorum Quid Cuiq; Insit, Proxima Pagina Demonstrabit. London: Apud Richardum Tottellum, 1569. [xvi], 444 [i.e. 442] ff. Folio (11-1/4" x 7-3/4"). Nineteenth-century diced calf, gilt rules to boards, gilt fillets, ornaments and title to spine, gilt rules to board edges, gilt inside rules, marbled endpapers, ribbon marker. Light rubbing to boards, faint dampstain to front board, moderate rubbing to extremities, front joint just starting at head, corners bumped and somewhat worn, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Attractive large woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, somewhat heavier in places, light foxing and finger smudges to some leaves, some fading to text of Fols. 1 and 2. A handsome copy of a landmark work. $12,500. * First edition. Written between 1250 and 1256, De Legibus et Consuetudinibus Angliae [The Laws and Customs of England] is the first treatise on English law. A systematic work, it emphasizes the separation of procedural and substantive matters and also cites cases as sources of at least intellectual, if not formal, authority. The principles formulated in this work and its use of precedents determined the development of English law and established the method adopted by Littleton and Coke. In Maitland's words, it is "the crow … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2017-11-05 17:19:21
Fabri aus Heilbronn, J.
Dillingen, S. Mayer, 1569. - 16 ungezählte, CCXL numerierte Blätter. 17 x 10,5 cm, blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder der Zeit. VD 16 F 185. Bucher 277. - Diese Ausgabe nicht im STC. - Vierte Ausgabe (EA 1555), erstmals im Oktav-Format. - Diese Verteidigung der Meßzeremonie und der Sakramentenlehre ist eines der weitestverbreiteten katholischen Reformwerke. Einband fleckig und bestoßen, mit kleinen Wurmspuren, Schließbänder fehlen. Titel etwas fleckig, mit Besitzvermerk und Stempel. Teils gering fleckig, wenige Seiten wasserrandig und mit Wurmspuren.
Bookseller: Michael Meyer-Pomplun
2017-10-30 07:11:42
Altomare Donato Antonio
Ex officina Marci de Maria Salernitani, 1569. In-4° antico (207x143mm), pp. (16), 461, (3), legatura dell'inizio del '700 in piena pergamena rigida (rimontata) con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle granata al dorso. Impresa editoriale al frontespizio (ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta) con un angelo con gigli nella mano sinistra entro cornice figurata con motto:" Hi sunt administratorii spiritus - Humilis sicut lilium germinabit.". Dedicatoria dell'autore al cardinale Girolamo Seripando. Indice preliminare. Alcune note manoscritte del tempo al margine. Una firma antica. Ex-libris nobiliare ottocentesco Luigi Antonio Imperiale Lercaro. Sparsi aloni, insignificante foro di tarlo marginale ad alcune cc., nel complesso più che discreto esemplare. Seconda edizione di questo trattato rinascimentale sulla profilassi e la cura delle febbri. L'ultima parte è dedicata alla peste. L'Altomare (Napoli, 1506 ca.-ivi, 1566), medico nella propria città, seguace della scuola classicistica ispirata alle dottrine di Ippocrate e Galeno, godette della protezione di papa Paolo IV e pubblicò anche un altro trattato, più volte ristampato, di medicina generale. Egli fu altresì l'autore di una curiosa monografia sulla manna che gli valse l'accusa di plagio da parte di Annibale Briganti. "Fu insegnante nello Studio di Napoli, dove formò una combattiva schiera di discepoli e sostenne vivaci polemiche soprattutto contro i paracelsiani. A contatto con i migliori ingegni napoletani del suo tempo, dal Tansillo ai Della Porta, l'A. fu stimato uomo virtuoso e di acuta intelligenza speculativa e raggiunse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Gilibert [Italy]
2017-10-30 07:11:42
Altomare Donato Antonio
Ex officina Marci de Maria Salernitani, 1569. In-4° antico (207x143mm), pp. (16), 461, (3), legatura dell'inizio del '700 in piena pergamena rigida (rimontata) con titolo in oro su tassello in pelle granata al dorso. Impresa editoriale al frontespizio (ripetuta al verso dell'ultima carta) con un angelo con gigli nella mano sinistra entro cornice figurata con motto:" Hi sunt administratorii spiritus - Humilis sicut lilium germinabit.". Dedicatoria dell'autore al cardinale Girolamo Seripando. Indice preliminare. Alcune note manoscritte del tempo al margine. Una firma antica. Ex-libris nobiliare ottocentesco Luigi Antonio Imperiale Lercaro. Sparsi aloni, insignificante foro di tarlo marginale ad alcune cc., nel complesso più che discreto esemplare. Seconda edizione di questo trattato rinascimentale sulla profilassi e la cura delle febbri. L'ultima parte è dedicata alla peste. L'Altomare (Napoli, 1506 ca.-ivi, 1566), medico nella propria città, seguace della scuola classicistica ispirata alle dottrine di Ippocrate e Galeno, godette della protezione di papa Paolo IV e pubblicò anche un altro trattato, più volte ristampato, di medicina generale. Egli fu altresì l'autore di una curiosa monografia sulla manna che gli valse l'accusa di plagio da parte di Annibale Briganti. "Fu insegnante nello Studio di Napoli, dove formò una combattiva schiera di discepoli e sostenne vivaci polemiche soprattutto contro i paracelsiani. A contatto con i migliori ingegni napoletani del suo tempo, dal Tansillo ai Della Porta, l'A. fu stimato uomo virtuoso e di acuta intelligenza speculativa e raggiunse … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Galleria Gilibert
2017-10-28 16:35:17
Cabbala. Pico della Mirandola, Giovanni.) ARCANGELO DA BORGONUOVO
Francesco de Franceschi, 1569. FIRST EDITION, woodcut printer's device on title, woodcut initials and head- and tailpieces, a bit of damp-staining and a few spots, tear at foot of Q7 repaired, entering text but without loss, ff. [xxviii], 219, [1, blank], small 8vo, contemporary limp vellum, traces of ties, another, short, work removed at end, lower cover repaired, early (and untidy) ownership inscription on title, title in ink on upper cover, that on the spine obscured. First edition of this commentary on the cabbalistic theses of Pico della Mirandola. Arcangelo da Borgonuovo, a Franciscan, died at a ripe old age just before this book was published. He had spent most of his life defending Cabbalist doctrines, and Pico della Mirandola in particular. They shared the same Hebrew teacher in Flavio Mitridate. A very rare book: no copy in the USA in WorldCat. (Adams P-1135; Bibliotheca Esoterica 3658; CNCE 2310) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Blackwell's Rare Books ABA ILAB BA [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2017-10-28 04:32:11
FALLOPPIO, Gabriele
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.
Bookseller: Milestones of Science Books [Germany]
2017-10-27 17:12:54
Paulus [Warnefredi, Warnefried] Diaconus / Surius, Laurentius (Bearb.) - [Albinus Flaccus Alcuinus (Alcuin, Alkuin)].
Coloniae, Apud Maternum Cholinum / Köln, Maternus Cholinus 1569. 4° (33 x 23 x 8.5 cm). 30 Bll. (Titel, Dedikationen, Index), 1062 SS. Titel mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, 2 grössere Eingangsinitialen, zahlreiche kleinere Zierinitialen in Holzschnitt. Schriftsatz zweispaltig. Gepr. Schweinsleder-Einband d.Zt. mit 8 mm Holzdeckeln (etwas bestossen, Schliessen fehlen, Bezug in ob. Kapital u. Deckelkanten mit schmalen Fehlstellen), 2 mont. Rückenschildern u. hs. Rückentitel. Seiten etwas gebräunt u. feuchtigkeitsspurig (generell blass und kaum störend), einzelne marginale Reparaturstellen im Fusssteg. Alters-, Lagerungs- u. etwas Gebrauchsspuren, alter Standortvermerk a. Titel, Bibliotheksetikette mit Dublettenstempel a. fl.Bl. recto, hs. Sigel a. Vorsatz u. fl.Bl. verso. Gesamthaft weitestgehend sauberes, recht gutes Exemplar - - Rückentitel: Alcuini Homiliae SS. Patrum - VD16 P 1058 (Paulus Diaconus) - Digitalis. in ZVDD f. BVB/BSB mit praktisch ident. Einband - Dedikationen für: 1. Maximilian II. (Röm. Kaiser 1564-1576); 2. Karl IX. von Frankreich (König 1560-1574), was auf eine eigenständige zeitgenössische Ausgabe hindeutet. - Provenienz: Dublette der Stiftsbibliothek Einsiedeln (hs. Vermerk, Sigel, Etikette u. Stempel) -- Bearbeiter u./od. Herausgeber der vorliegenden Ausgabe war der Karthäuser Laurentius Surius OCarth (Lübeck 1522-1578 Köln; vgl. ADB, vorliegender Titel erw.) - Die Gliederung des Werkes folgt chronologisch dem Ablauf des Kirchenjahres vom ersten Sonntag im Advent bis zum 26. Sonntag nach Pfingsten und, anschliessend, den spezifischen Gedenk-, Fest- und F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Franz Kühne Antiquariat und Kunsthandel [Affoltern am Albis, Switzerland]
2017-10-27 15:54:43
BRACTON, Henry
Richard Tottell, London, 1569. PRINTING AND THE MIND OF MAN FIRST EDITION, folio., ff (xvi) 444. Roman letter, index in italic, very large historiated initial repeated, others white on black. Uniform age yellowing, autograph of C O'Dunne at head of t-p (remounted at gutter as a little short), C19 bibl. notes along inner margin, on fly and versos and last. Armorial bookplates of O'Dunne and John Foster of Lincoln's Inn (C18) on pastedown and Ralph Barnes on fly. A good copy in full modern calf antique, central arabesques to covers. Divided into five books, each subdivided into chapters with subheadings whose contents are listed in detail in the extensive index in order of appearance, Bracton's 'De Legibus', completed in the 1250s, occupies a unique position in the history of the common law. It is the first attempt to treat the whole extent of English law in a manner both systematic and practical, it constitutes the first modern English law book and it is the outstanding legal work of any English writer of the Middle Ages. Bracton's encyclopaedic work was essentially practical, designed for judges and lawyers dealing with the cases which arose on a daily basis throughout the kingdom - he cites some four hundred and fifty of them in support of the principles which he enunciates in the clearest and most reliable manner. An ecclesiastic as well as for a quarter of a century one of the first professional judges, he has sometimes been accused of Romanising English law but more accurately he systematised the results which a series of clerical judges, familiar with both the civil an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sokol Books Ltd. ABA ILAB [London, United Kingdom]
2017-10-27 07:13:44
BARBARO.
Venetia, Camillo e Rutilio Borgominieri, 1569. In-folio de (1) f. bl., 195 pp., (6) ff. Vélin souple, titre calligraphié au dos, mouillures éparses, petites galerie de vers marginales sans aucune atteinte au texte. Reliure de l’époque. 316 X 221 mm. PRECIEUSE EDITION ORIGINALE DE 1568, AVEC TITRE DE RELAIS, DE CE RARE TRAITE Elle est illustrée d’un très beau titre gravé et de 200 figures gravées dans le texte représentant des illusions d’optique, des formes géométriques, des perspectives, des coupes architecturales, le théâtre de Franceschi, des lettrines, les mesures du corps humain Adams, B-171 ; Berlin Kat., 4694 ; Brunet, I, 644; Cicognara, 809; Fowler, 36; Gamba, 1233; Mortimer Italian, 39 ; Censimento, 16 CNCE, 4133 ; Riccardi, I, p. 76-77. Plusieurs états de l’édition originale sont décrits sans priorité : le premier dans lequel la date du titre et du colophon est 1568. Un état intermédiaire avec le titre seul daté de 1569. Un autre dans lequel les deux dates sont changées. IL S’AGIT DU PREMIER OUVRAGE DE PERSPECTIVE PRATIQUE PUBLIE EN ITALIE. « Opera dottissima e diligentissima” (Cicognara). Les trois bois à pleine page de scènes de théâtre proviennent du Serlio de 1566; d'autres sont des copies de Dürer Underweysung der messung. La dernière planche donne une belle représentation d'un instrument de mesure nouvellement inventé par Giacomo Fusto Castriotto. “Barbaro mentions a camera obscura fitted with a ci-convex lens. He introduces a novelty - the use of a diaphragm to sharpen the image. This is the first mention of a device essential in photography. " (Gernsheim, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Amélie Sourget [paris, France]
2017-10-26 03:34:47
DODONAEUS, R.
Antwerp, C. Plantin, 1569. 8vo (165 x 107mm). pp. 311, (9), with Plantin's device on title and 109 mostly full-page woodcuts by Arnaud Nicolai and G. van Kampen after drawings by Pieter van der Borcht. Contemporary vellum over boards (spine worn). The second edition (first 1568) of Dodoens' study of ornamental and fragrant plants, one of the earliest treatises on 'garden flowers'. The work includes many of the recent introductions from Asia Minor, bulbous plants in particular, that were transforming European gardens. "Dodoens' 'Florum, et coronariarum' was devoted to those flowers, ranging from herbaceous annuals and perennials to rare bulbous plants, that were traditionally used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to form garlands and wreaths, 'coronae'; in fact, a garden planted with such flowers was sometimes referred to in this period as a 'hortus coronarius'. Among the flowers he describes are the rose, violet, lily, marguerite, marigold, amaranth, iris, narcissus, anemone and carnation and sweet-smelling herbs such as thyme, marjoram, lavender and lavender cotton. In the second edition of this work, which was published in 1569, Dodoens included descriptions of the tulip (p. 107), the 'Flos africanus' or tagetes (p. 62), and the 'Chrysanthemum perunianum' or sunflower (pp. 305-6), which, as the auhor explained, is crowned with flowers of 'exceptional size' and is native to 'Peru and other American regions''' (Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi, An Oak Spring Flora, p. 156).//Rembert Dodoens (1517-1585), Flemish physician and botanist, was one of the three great Flemish bot … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-26 03:34:47
DODONAEUS, R.
Antwerp, C. Plantin, 1569. 8vo (157 x 107mm). pp. 311, (9), with Plantin's device on title and 109 mostly full-page woodcuts by Arnaud Nicolai and G. van Kampen after drawings by Pieter van der Borcht. Contemporary vellum over boards, spine with gilt lettered label. A fine copy of the second edition (first 1568) of Dodoens' study of ornamental and fragrant plants, one of the earliest treatises on 'garden flowers'. The work includes many of the recent introductions from Asia Minor, bulbous plants in particular, that were transforming European gardens. "Dodoens' 'Florum, et coronariarum' was devoted to those flowers, ranging from herbaceous annuals and perennials to rare bulbous plants, that were traditionally used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to form garlands and wreaths, 'coronae'; in fact, a garden planted with such flowers was sometimes referred to in this period as a 'hortus coronarius'. Among the flowers he describes are the rose, violet, lily, marguerite, marigold, amaranth, iris, narcissus, anemone and carnation and sweet-smelling herbs such as thyme, marjoram, lavender and lavender cotton. In the second edition of this work, which was published in 1569, Dodoens included descriptions of the tulip (p. 107), the 'Flos africanus' or tagetes (p. 62), and the 'Chrysanthemum perunianum' or sunflower (pp. 305-6), which, as the auhor explained, is crowned with flowers of 'exceptional size' and is native to 'Peru and other American regions''' (Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi, An Oak Spring Flora, p. 156).//Rembert Dodoens (1517-1585), Flemish physician and botanist, was … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-23 08:01:56
Antique print, titled: 'Mors quae purpureos reges exaequat, et iros, inconcussa preci et pretio, meta ultima rerum, mortales monet, ut vitae componere mores, dum licet atque deo satagant parere magistro.' - ('The Dying Hour') This print shows the death of a man on his bed surrounded by figures and priest and chaplain administering last rites. Engraving on hand laid paper. Description: From a series named 'The four ends of men.', published in 1569. State: First state of 3. Ref: Hollstein 449.Artists and Engravers: Made by 'Philip Galle' after 'Maarten van Heemskerck'. Possibly engraved by Philip Galle (1537-1612) who was a Dutch publisher, best known for publishing old master prints, which he also designed and engraved. Maarten van Heemskerck (1498-1574) was a Dutch portrait and religious painter who spent most of his time in Haarlem. Condition: Fair, given age. Tears at left and top part of print, carefully pasted together and reinforced using contemporary paper backed with acid free archival tape, hardly visible. Bottom corners damages with paper loss, backed and reinforced. Rare print priced based on condition. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully. Storage location: TPCRC-A22-11 The overall size is ca. 10 x 9.7 inch. The image size is ca. 9.1 x 9.1 inch. The overall size is ca. 25.4 x 24.7 cm. The image size is ca. 23 x 23.1 cm.
Bookseller: ThePrintsCollector [Zeeland, Netherlands]
2017-10-16 14:31:01
Vettori, Pietro
Florence: Appresso i Giunti, 1569. First Edition. Hardcover. Old half vellum and marbled paper covered boards (c. 1800). Very good. 89 pages. blank, [8] (last leaf blank except for printer's ornament on verso), 89, [4]. Woodcut printer's device on title page, large woodcut historiated initials. Important early discourse on the cultivation and preparation of olives with the discussion of the natural history, the olive's role in food and rural economy, the various regional varieties grown in Italy, Greece and Algeria, and the culture of the harvest. Also included are methods of preserving and preparation for consumption of both the flesh and the oil of the fruit. Pietro Vettori (1499-1585) hailed from Florence where he worked as the major editor at Giunti Press both in Florence and Venice. Best known for his prodigious editing and translating of Greek and Latin. Crisp, clean copy. All edges red.
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2017-10-16 14:31:01
Vettori, Pietro
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2017-10-16 13:23:31
Josephus, Flavius
Bookseller: Jeremy Norman's historyofscience [Novato, CA, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 12:25:28
Capece, Antonio
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 12:22:07
BENTZIUS, Michael.
(München, Adam Berg) 1569. kl.-4°. 222 (1) Bll. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz. Ldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckdel. Mit reicher Blindprägung v. Rollenstempel a. beiden Deckeln. Tit. u. Schlußbl. gestemp. VD16 B 1745 - Reformatorisches, frühes Werk zum Sektenbegriff und zu mittelalterlichen Sekten. Michael Bentz (-1578). Zu Adam Berg s. Benzing 109. Versand D: 8,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Theologie, Religionsgeschichte
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Wien, Austria]
2017-10-16 12:06:51
Tremellius, Immanuel
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-10-16 12:06:51
Tremellius, Immanuel
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [ROMA, RM, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:39:42
Melanchthon, Philipp
Leipzig, Ernst Voegelin, 1569. Gr.-8vo. Mit wiederh. Holzschn.-Druckermarke u. 1 Initiale. 20 Bl., 821 S. Schweinsldr. d. Zeit auf Holzdeckeln auf 5 Bünden m. blindgeprägt. Deckeln u. 2 intakten Messingschließen. VD 16 M 3553. - Erste Ausgabe der Briefe Melanchthons an J. Camerarius, der 1566 Melanchthons Biographie herausgegeben hatte. - Deckelprägung ähnlich EBDB p000993, Halbfigur Melanchthons mit Unterschrift "FORMA PHILIPPE TVA EST SED // MENS TVA NESCIA PINGI NOTA// EST ANTE BONIS ET TVA SCRIPTA" (docent). Rückseitig Iustitia. - Einband etw. berieben u. fleckig. Titel m. Namen v. alter Hd., rückseitig Stempel. Die ersten u. letzten Lagen m. leichtem Wasserrand an rechter Kante. Einige Marginalien v. alter Hand (zeitgenössisch?). - Schöner Band. [3 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Düwal [Germany]
2017-10-16 11:29:23
BRACTON, Henry
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2017-10-16 11:07:23
DODONAEUS, R.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Junk [Amsterdam, Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 09:53:25
PLUTARCO
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-11 17:13:36
ESTIENNE, Henri;
Estienne Paris 1569. In-8, (18 feuillets), 171 pages Plein maroquin poli cerise, double filet droit d'encadrement, filets droits sur les coupes, large roulette intérieure ; toutes tranches dorées. Reliure du milieu du XIXème siècle signée Allo. Très bel exemplaire de la seconde édition, reliée par Allo, actif à Paris au milieu du XIXème siècle, (la première, sans date, est de Genève, 1565) d'un des très grands textes de la Renaissance française. Dans sa dédicace à Henry de Mesmes, Henri Estienne précéde les questions sur les raisons qui le poussent à écrire une apologie, ou mieux une célébration de la langue française -en français (c'est son premier ouvrage dans cette langue) : ". je vous oy desia (.) demander quelle nouvelle humeur m'aura saisi . que de me faire rompre compagnie tant à la bande des auteurs Grecs qu'à celle des Latins (avec lesquelles de père en fils notre maison a eu accointance) pour m'insinuer en la bonne grâce de notre langage françois." Les raisons sont multiples -et l'auteur les expose sans fausse pudeur ni affectation (la sincérité et la simplicité de son ton préfigurent la manière de Montaigne). Il vient de perdre sa femme, et souffre pour la troisième fois "d'une sorte de maladie dont les médecins n'ont fait aucune mention : c'est d'un degoustement de mes actions accoutumées qui m'a contraint de chercher appetit en de nouvelles, tout ainsi que sont ceux qui sont dégoûtés des viandes ordinaires". D'autre part, la préparation de son magistral Thesaurus Graecae Linguae (qui sera publié en 1572) l'a entraîné dans de telles dépenses que "d'une part la p … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-11 15:58:03
PLUTARCO.
Nuovamente tradotte per Lodov. Domenichi et altri, et diligentemente confrontate co' testi greci per Lionardo Ghini.Vinegia, Gabr. Giolito de' Ferrari, 1569 e 1568. 2 vol. in-4, pp. (88), 860; (48), 470, (2); legatura settecentesca m. perg. e ang., tassello in pelle con tit. oro ai dorsi. Impresa tipogr. sui titoli ed altra ripetuta in fine, testatine, iniz. e fregi silogr., testo in car. corsivo, note a stampa nei margini. Precedono la dedica al Duca di Urbino Guidubaldo Della Rovere e la Vita di Plutarco, entrambe di T. Porcacchi, e copiosi indici. "E' questa la stampa definitiva del Plutarco del Domenichi, contenendo le sue ultime correzioni, ed essendo stata, dopo la sua morte, riveduta sul testo greco dal Ghini. Perciò fu sempre preferita alle edizioni antecedenti del Giolito." (Bongi). Plutarco di Cheronea (46-120 d.C.), facendo propria un'idea già attuata da altri scrittori antichi, narra le vite di 23 grandi personaggi greci contrapponendole ognuna a quella di un Romano; da pagina 403 del secondo vol. seguono le vite di altri 6 personaggi (Omero, Evagora, Pomponio Attico, Platone, Aristotele e Carlo Magno) desunte da vari altri autori. Bongi ci avverte che "se ne trovano copie, che, tanto nel frontespizio della prima quanto della seconda parte, hanno gli anni 1567, 1568, 1569 e talvolta l'anno dell'una non corrisponde a quello dell'altra". Buon esempl. marginoso (con qualche brunitura e d'umido più evidenti all'inizio del I vol.). Bongi, Annali Giolito, II, 218-9. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-10 21:51:36
N.N.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
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2017-10-08 11:59:52
Aemylli, Pauli. [Emili, Paolo, d. 1529]. Du Tillet, Jean, Bishop of Meaux [d. 15 Dec 1570]. Le Ferron, Arnoul [1515-1563].
Basileae [Basel, Basle]: Per Sixtum Henricpetri. Cum Caesareae Maiestatis gratia & privilegio. 1569 The date of publication is taken from the latter title pages.: , 1569. Folio, leaf size 320x200mm. In, possibly, 18th-century leather-covered boards, with minimal abrasions, recently re-backed and re-cornered. Spine with five raised bands with blind-rule outline and black lettering-piece with title gilt. Very small manuscript numbers at head of front pastedown. 'Ghost' of what looks like a book-plate on front free end-paper (there might have been a book-plate on the front paste-down at some time, too. [1], A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, Aaa-CCc6, DDd4; a-z6, A-L6, M3; [1], [dagger]4, A-G6: [2], 593, [1]; [4], 414; [84] pages. Main title-page with early ownership inscription, partly crossed out 'Ex libris Everardi Spana...[?]', above printer's woodcut device: Sixtus Henric Petri, with manuscript date '1569' at foot; minor worming at lower gutter corner from start to P4; Ll4 misnumbered Ll2; minor printing fault on Rr6v not affecting legibility; attractive woodcut portraits of kings in text, mainly at the start; some neat, contemporary marginal annotations. 'Arnoldi Ferroni Burdigalensis, Regii consiliarii, de rebus gestis Gallorum libri IX' has a separate title-page, with a small woodcut decoration, separate register and pagination. 'Ioannis Tulii Chronicon de Regibus Francorum, a Faramundo usque ad Franciscum Primum' has a separate title-page with printer's woodcut device: Sixtus Henric Petri and separate register but is unpaginated; the colophon at the end is an … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2017-10-07 10:32:31
Centorio degli Hortensi, Ascanio
Venice, Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1566-1569. 4to. 2 vols. in 1. (40), 266, (2) pp. (32), 298, (2) pp. With woodcut printer's devices on both titles, and different device on reverse of final leaf. Contemp. limp vellum. First edition (part 1: second issue) of Centorio's memoirs, here complete with both parts, comprising the years until 1553 (pt. 1) and then continued to 1560 (pt. 2). The author's principal work. Centorio lived in Milan around the middle of the 16th century. "Commentaries on the wars against the Turks from Mohács in 1526 onwards. Offers a detailed account of the conflict between Ferdinand and John Zápolya, as well as of the battles of Castaldo. Although the title of pt. 1 mentions 'Re Lodovico XII', this is about Louis II of Hungary, who drowned after the Battle of Mohács, not about Louis XII of France" (cf. Göllner). Dedications to Ottavio Farnese, duke of Parma and Piacenza, and Consalvo Ferrante di Cordova, duke of Sessa. Includes four sonnets by the author and Lodovico Dolce. "Fine woodcut initials and headpieces" (cf. Apponyi). - Slight waterstain near beginning; front pastedown stamped by the Madrid bookseller Gabriel Sanchez. Edit 16, CNCE 10794/10799. Göllner 1061 (pt. 1 only). Adams C 1269. BM-STC Italian 165. Atabey 211. Jöcher I, 1804. Cf. Apponyi 381 (pt. 1, 1st issue only). Not in Blackmer. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Austria]
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2017-10-05 01:49:46
RYFF, Walther Hermann.
- (Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben), 1569. 8 nn., 356 num., 4 nn. Bl. (d.l.w.). Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten von Jost Amman u.a. (2 wiederholt). Halbpergament d. 18. Jahrhunderts mit Kleisterpapierbezug u. neuem Rückentitel (berieben u. gebräunt, Vordergelenk unten mit Einriß). Seltene Ausgabe des beliebten Hebammenbuchs, das von der Empfängnis bis zur Behandlung von Kinderkrankheiten alle Bereiche des Hebammenwissens behandelt. Es ist eine Neubearbeitung von Eucharius Rösslins "Rosengarten" durch den Straßburger Arzt Ryff, "in die Buchgeschichte eingegangen als einer der größten Plagiatoren" (Benzing, Ryff S. 128), aber auch als Begründer des "medizinischen Hausbuchs schlechthin" (a.a.O.). Ryffs Version erschien zuerst 1545, die vorliegende Ausgabe ist ein Neudruck der Ausgabe von 1561 mit leicht veränderter Anordnung der aus anderen medizinischen Werken stammenden Illustrationen u. vermehrt durch ein Widmungsvorwort des Arztes u. Philosophen Leonhard Acesius, genannt Sauer, der das Manuskript auch durchsah. - VD 16, R 3903; Benzing, Ryff 168; Durling 4035; Waller 8364; Wellcome I, 5678. - Gebräunt, teilw. auch stockfleckig. Titel mit Tintenfleck u. kl. ergänztem Eckabriß.
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