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2020-07-10 09:01:50
Ortelius
1570. A map of the Persian Empire by the famous cartographer Abraham Ortelius, covering the region from Persian Gulf and the Caspian Sea in the west to the oasis towns of the Silk Road in what is now western China. This landmark map of Persia was included in the original Ortelius atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, first produced in 1570. This atlas was the first to present all maps in a uniform format and is considered to be the first true modern atlas. It was highly successful and from its original seventy maps and eighty-seven bibliographic references in the first edition (1570), the atlas grew through its thirty-one editions to encompass 183 references and 167 maps in 1612. Throughout the epic publication history of the atlas, this map was one of only a few that never had any changes made to the original plate. The cartography was based on Gastaldi's map of Asia Minor (1564) and Ortelius's own map of the Asian continent (1567). The map presents an inaccurate shape to both the Caspian Sea and Persian Gulf. Rivers and mountain ranges are displayed, and numerous principal cities and towns are noted. Latin text. Condition: Very Good. Age toning; two small dark stains and one small puncture in center. Matted but not framed. Dimensions w 25.75 in x h 20.5 in. Shelved Dupont Bookstore. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Second Story Books, ABAA [Rockville, MD, U.S.A.]
2020-07-09 03:40:02
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, United States]
2020-07-08 23:11:01
Cort Cornelis
1570ca. Bulino, circa 1570, firmato in basso a destra dall'editore. Da un soggetto di Tiziano. Straordinaria prova, caratterizzata dalla presenza dei numerosi graffi di lastra tipica solo delle primissime tirature, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame o con sottili margini, in buono stato di conservazione. Formato: 310x240mm
Bookseller: LUX IN ART di Ermanno Bertelli [Verona, VERON, Italy]
2020-07-07 07:19:32
Ortelius-- Abraham
"Flandria", kopergravure uitgegeven door Abraham Ortelius 1570-1575 te Antwerpen. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd. Afm. 38,7 x 50,3 cm. Dit was de eerste van drie platen van Vlaanderen vervaardigd door Ortelius voor zijn monumentale Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, de eerste 'moderne' wereldatlas. Deze rijk versierde kaart is vervaardigd naar een kaart uit 1540 van Gerard Mercator. In de Noordzee zien we schepen in een vuurgevecht en ook een zeemonster verbeeldt het immer loerende gevaar. Een allegorische vrouwenfiguur toont in haar ene hand graan, in de andere het wapen van Vlaanderen. In Ortelius' tijd bestaan er nog geen atlassen zoals wij die kennen. Wel losse kaarten voor zeelui en samengestelde atlassen die op bestelling worden gemaakt. Meestal bestaan die uit kaarten van verschillend formaat en ook de schaal varieert. Ortelius krijgt waarschijnlijk van cartograaf Gerard Mercator de suggestie om de geografische kennis en kaarten van de hele wereld uit allerlei bronnen te verzamelen en te verspreiden onder een brede groep mensen. Zo ontstaat het idee van een 'moderne' atlas: een verzameling kaarten gebundeld in een boek, van gelijk formaat en op dezelfde schaal, die speciaal voor de uitgave (opnieuw) in koper gegraveerd worden. Het boek wordt door de uitgever in meerdere exemplaren op de markt gebracht, ook dat is nieuw. De productie van de atlas is een flinke onderneming. Ortelius zoekt voor de eerste druk het beste materiaal bij elkaar dat hij kent. Hij tekent alle 53 kaarten zelf over op standaardformaat en zet er beschrijvingen bij van landen en plaatsen. Ten slotte zet hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2020-07-06 15:48:03
1570. MARCO ANTONIO NATTA CONSILIORUM SIVE RESPONSORUM Quotidianas materias complectentium, in causarum foro versantibus advocatis quam utilissimorum. [Tomus Primus - Secundus] Venetiis, apud Hieronymum Scotum, MDLXX. ************ 2 Volumi in 1 In-folio (cm 32x22,5) Pp. [32] + 375 + [1]; [40] + 387 + [1] Legatura coeva in pergamena; titoli calligrafici al dorso e al taglio di piede; grandi e belle marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e colophon; capolettera incisi e figutati; molte annotazioni e maniculae di mano coeva; qualche screpolatura al dorso. Ottimo esemplare, con carte fresche e croccanti.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-30 22:16:04
Pope Gregory IX
Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1570. Epistolae Decretales Summorum Pontificum, a Gregorio Nono Pontifice Maximo collectae, in Latin Author: Pope Gregory IX, Antwerp, Publisher: Christopher Plantin, 1570, First edition, [32], 911 pp. Size: 18 x 12 cm. Leather binding, gold decoration. Condition: front cover detached, spine damaged ( missing to 90%) but binding still tight, covers worn, rubbed, stained, moderate foxing to most of pages, several worm holes to last pages Weight: 700gr. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: woltrussia [Tel-Aviv Yafo , Israel]
2020-06-30 01:12:14
1570. Template | Trixum Beschreibung Hesiod. Opera, quae quidem extant, omnia Graece, cum interpretatione Latina... & Genealogiae deorum a Pylade Brixiano descriptae... Acessit nunc demum Herculis scutum, doctis. carmine a Ioanne Ramo conversum. (Leipzig, Vögelin, um, 1570. Circa 17,2 x 10,8 cm. 8 Bll., 381 SS., 17 Bll., mit Druckermarke Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln. - VD 16, H 2686; vgl. Hoffmann II, 389 u. Schweiger I, 143 (nennt eine Ausgabe Lzg., Vögelin 1581); nicht bei Adams. - Griechisch-lateinische Parallelausgabe, der Widmungsbrief von Johann Hertel datiert 1564, Melanchthons Einleitung undatiert. Beigegeben sind verschiedene weitere Texte, darunter eine zusätzliche lateinische Übersetzung der "Opera et dies" von Nicolaus Valla. Dazu das Epyllion über den Schild des Herakles in 460 Versen, das Hesiod wohl fälschlich zugeschrieben wird (übersetzt von dem Juristen und Philologen Johann Ramus aus Goes, eigentlich Johann Tack, 1535-1578) sowie ein weiteres zur Genealogie der Götter von Pylades Brixianus (d.i. Gianfrancesco Boccardo). - EINBAND: Die Platte auf dem Vorderdeckel zeigt Friedrich den Weisen stehend nach rechts. Auf dem Hinterdeckel Jael mit der Unterschrift: „Isserae caput clavo terrae a muliere Jael H Sondag". - Beide Platten verzeichnet bei Haebler I, 410 (die Jael-Platte dort mit der Variante „Ciserae"): „An welchem Ort der Buchbinder H. Sondag seine Kunst ausgeübt, hat sich bis jetzt nicht ermitteln lassen. Die Namensform weist auf niederdeutsche Gegenden, doch scheint er, nach der Portraitplatte, im Kurfürstentum … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: embasi [München, Germany]
2020-06-26 23:04:02
Sannazaro, Iacopo
ex Bibliotheca Aldina, Venetiis, 1570. In-8° (cm. 15 x 9,5), cc. 104, ancora aldina al frontespizio, ripetuta in fine, spazi per capilettera con letterine guida, legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia, tracce di legacci, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Leggera gora di umidità alla parte superiore della seconda metà del volume. Adams S314; [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: LIBRERIA XODO [Torino, Italy]
2020-06-26 07:21:39
SANSOVINO, Francesco
Venetia: Heredi di Marchiò Sessa, 1570. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. Francesco Sansovino was an important 16th-century Italian scholar who published works on medicine, government, and even a treatise on the history of knights! This book, 'The Origins of Knights', was a treatise that discussed the development of chivalric orders, the rise of knights on the islands of Malta and Elba, Turkish knights in various sieges and battles, and even notes on the Knights Templar. Sansovino even gives names of notable knights with short biographical sketches of their chivalric careers. This 1570 edition includes six illustrated views of coats-of-arms for the various chivalric orders covered in this book.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, United States]
2020-06-23 12:48:02
1570. Minimi strappetti alla legatura, piccoli e assolutamente ininfluenti fori di tarlo al margine interno, rare fioriture e gore d'acqua, nel complesso buon esemplare con carte ancora fresche, croccanti e fruscianti. Giovanni Battista PIGNA - Historia de Principi di Este di Gio. Batt. Pigna, a donno Alfonso Secondo, Duca di Ferrara. Primo volume. Nel quale si contengono congiuntamente le cose principali della rivolutione del Romano Imp. in fino al M. CCCC. LXXVI. - 1570. in Ferrara, appresso Francesco Rossi Stampator Ducale. Piena pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 4°, cm 34,7; 1 vol.; pagg. (8) 635 (119 di varie tavole ed alberi genealogici); minimi strappetti alla legatura, piccoli e assolutamente ininfluenti fori di tarlo al margine interno, rare fioriture e gore d'acqua, nel complesso buon esemplare con carte ancora fresche, croccanti e fruscianti. Frontespizio con vignetta xilografata che riproduce gli stemmi dei Principi d'Este; timbro di appartenenza della vecchia biblioteca del Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Cardinali al margine inferiore del frontespizio; al controfrontespizio applicato ex-libris dell'arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli; capilettera parlanti xilografati e glosse editoriali a margine. Rara prima edizione della Storia dei Principi d'Este del Pigna, di cui fu pubblicato solo questo primo volume. Questo esemplare è peraltro impreziosito dai richiami agli importanti precedenti possessori: il Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Imperiali (come da timbro al frontespizio) e l'Arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli (come da ex-exlibris applicato al controfrontespizio). Opera c … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: kolimam [Copparo, Italy]
2020-06-23 05:42:03
AESOP.
Fabulae Aesopicae plures quingentis et aliae quaedam narrationes, cum historia vitae fortunaeque Aesopi, compositae studio & diligentia Joachimi Camerarii Pabe[bergensis]. Quibus additae sunt et Livianae & Gellianae ac aliorum quaedam ...Leipzig, (colophon: Ernest Vögelin, 1570). 8vo. With Vögelins woodcut device on title-page (scrollwork cartouche with a crucifixion - with a bird representing the Holy Spirit - on the arc of the covenant, and symbols of the 4 Evangelists in the corners) and 4 woodcut initials (2 series) with pictorial decoration. Blind-tooled red vellum. [25], [1 blank], 342, 349-513, [32], [1 blank] pp. Vögelins 1570 Aesop edition, a nearly page for page (often line for line) reprint of his own important 1564 edition, including one of the most extensive collections of Aesop fables to that date, following but augmenting Camerariuss 1544 Leipzig edition. It contains more than 500 fables collected by the humanist classical scholar Joachim Camerarius (Bamberg 1500 - Leipzig 1574) who played a decisive role in the German Reformation, helped Philip Melanchthon with the composition of the famous Augsburg Confession, and published editions of many classical authors. The preface and printers note originally copied the 1564 date from the 1564 edition, but in the latter a correction slip changed the date to 1570. One can see in the present copy that the slip was present, but it has fallen off. Many copies lack the last printed leaf, present here, containing only the colophon.Lacking the final blank leaf. Somewhat browned, the title-page thumbed and the corners of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-20 09:14:02
1570. MARCO ANTONIO NATTA CONSILIORUM SIVE RESPONSORUM Quotidianas materias complectentium, in causarum foro versantibus advocatis quam utilissimorum. [Tomus Primus - Secundus] Venetiis, apud Hieronymum Scotum, MDLXX. ************ 2 Volumi in 1 In-folio (cm 32x22,5) Pp. [32] + 375 + [1]; [40] + 387 + [1] Legatura coeva in pergamena; titoli calligrafici al dorso e al taglio di piede; grandi e belle marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e colophon; capolettera incisi e figutati; molte annotazioni e maniculae di mano coeva; qualche screpolatura al dorso. Ottimo esemplare, con carte fresche e croccanti.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-06-19 14:47:02
Sannazaro, Iacopo Opera omnia, latine scripta. Venetiis, ex Bibliotheca Aldina, 1570. In-8° (cm. 15 x 9,5), cc. 104, ancora aldina al frontespizio, ripetuta in fine, spazi per capilettera con letterine guida, legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia, tracce di legacci, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Leggera gora di umidità alla parte superiore della seconda metà del volume. Adams S314;.
Bookseller: ANTICHI LIBRI (bea1403) [TORINO, Italy]
2020-06-19 04:06:33
Antwerp: 1570. Old & rare textbook for priests hearing confession. Thematically arranged textbook for priests hearing confession, compiled by the Italian Domenican Inquisitor B.Fumo (d.1545). Woodcut mark on title. Printed in 2 col. Bartholomeus Fumus, O.P. - Summa, sive Aurea armilla [...] circa animarum curan [...] - Antwerp, Wid. & heirs of J. Steelius, 1570 8vo: 302- [2] ff ( top inner margin dampstained, small blank top of 1st title page cut off ). Contemp. blind ruled calf, gilt central and corner ornaments on covers , gilt spine with raised bands, fore-edge titled (rebacked). In excellent condition. Price includes worldwide ensured and registered shipment.
Bookseller: tradetraveler65 [Assendelft, Netherlands]
2020-06-19 00:28:06
Ortelius, Abraham
Grenz- und Flächenkolorierter Original-Kupferstich "Toskana" von Abraham Ortelius um 1570 aus dem "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Oben rechts Kartusche mit Putten, darunter Kartusche mit Text, darunter Meilenzeiger. Hinter Passepartout im teils vergoldeten Holzrahmen. Nicht ausgerahmt. Maße Abbildung: 31,5 x 49,5 cm. Maße Rahmen: 52,0 x 69,0 cm. Sehr gutes Exemplar in kräftigem Kolorit. Border and surface colored original copper engraving "Tuscany" by Abraham Ortelius around 1570 from the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Cartouche with cherubs in the upper right, cartouche with text underneath, mileage pointer below. Behind passe-partout in a partly gilded wooden frame. Not framed out. Measure image: 31.5 x 49.5 cm. Measure frame: 52.0 x 69.0 cm. Very good exemplar in strong coloring. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Lenzen GbR [Germany]
2020-06-15 11:17:58
PIUS V, Pope.
Freiheit und Bulla des allerheiligsten in Gott vatters und Herren, Herren Pii, des namens fünfften Bapsts, uber die Erhoehung und Schoepffung des durchleüchtigsten Fürsten und Herren, Herren Cosmi Medices, Hertzogen zu Florentz, &c. Zu einem Groszhertzoge und koenigmässigem, der provintz Ethrurien, ime underworffen. Geschehen zu Rom, den 27. Augusti. Anno M.D. LXIX.[Germany], 1570. Small 4to (20 x 15 cm). With a woodcut figure of the Pope on the title-page. Set in Schwabacher gothic type with fraktur headings and incidental roman. Half maroon goatskin morocco (1930s?), gold-tooled spine. [12] pp. Rare German translation (one of two editions, both dated 1570) of Pope Pius V's Latin papal bull elevating Cosimo I de' Medici, already Duke of Florence, to become the first Grand Duke of Tuscany on 27 August 1569. A descendent of the founder of the great Medici banking family and of the Sforza Dukes of Milan, Cosimo I brought the Medici's to the pinnacle of power with his elevation to Grand Duke and remains famous for both his political ruthlessness and his patronage of the arts. The Herzog August Bibliothek attributes the other edition to the Heidelberg printer Johann Mayer, but the present edition was produced by a different printer.The present copy was bound for Prince Piero Ginori Conti (1865-1939), with his armorial bookplate and his monogram on the spine, and like much material from his library it was acquired by Giannalisa Feltrinelli (ca. 1903-1981) in Rome. Very slightly browned and with a tiny marginal worm trail in 2 leaves, but still in very good condition. Binding sli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:36:18
PLUTARCHUS.
Moralia, quae usurpantur. sunt autem omnis elegantis doctrinae penus: id est, varij libri: morales, historici, physici, mathematici, deniq; ad politiorem litteraturam pertinentes & humanitatem: omnes de Graeca in Latinam linguam transscripti. Basel, Thomas Guarini, 1570. Folio. With woodcut printer's device on title-page and repeated on last page, some mathematical woodcuts in text and numerous historiated woodcut initials. Early 17th-century Jesuit prize binding in richly gold-tooled light brown calf, sides with arabesques in the style of Gascon, richly gold-tooled double borders and inner panel with small bands in a geometrical pattern. [12], 857, [91] pp. Scholarly edition of Plutarch's Moralia in a beautiful and very richly decorated prize binding, probably from the Southern Netherlands for one of the Jesuit Colleges, with the "IHS" device and the legend "Jesus Maria" within a crown of thorns. The Plutarch edition is the first edited by Xylander, and contains Plutarch's collected studies in the fields of ethics, religion, physics, natural history, music, politics, philosophy and literature, cast in Dialogues or Diatribes. The book is well produced, printed mainly in roman type with small italics for the Latin quotations and the legenda in the margins. Small stamp on title-page; a few leaves slightly stained. Very good copy. BMC STC German, p. 706; VD 16, P3681 (8 copies); this edition not in Adams; Dibdin; binding not in De Prijs is het Bewijs.
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 10:22:24
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Methodus de conscribendis epistolis, ... secundum veram artis rationem tradita ...Cologne, heirs of Arnold Birckmann, 1570. Small 8vo (15.5 x 10.5 cm). Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. [2], "123" [= 125] ll. The second Cologne edition of two of the most important sixteenth-century textbooks on the art of letter writing, by Macropedius (along with two smaller works) and Hegendorf, often published together. Georgius Macropedius or Joris van Lancvelt (1487-1558) devoted a lifetime of hard work to teaching in the schools of the Brethren of the Common Life. By 1510 he had begun teaching at Bois-le-Duc and his Asotus, the first of the Latin School plays for which he is best known today, was composed there. Macropedius was ordained as a priest and went on to teach at Liege (ca. 1525-1529) and Utrecht (ca. 1529-1556). In addition to the twelve plays, he published Latin School songs and textbooks on grammar, dialectic and prosody (two of these smaller works are included in this edition).With an early owner's name struck through on the title-page, a couple marginal annotations and a few brief passages underlined. Ten lines of a sample letter concerning theology on P1v have been marked for cancellation and a blank slip pasted over them, but the text can still be read through the slip. With a tear along the fold of the title-page and a few small and mostly marginal worm holes, very slightly affecting the text in 2 quires, but otherwise in good condition, with the title-page slightly dirty and the corner of one leaf torn off, not affecting the text. It is nearly untrimmed, with an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-15 09:08:41
[MANUSCRIPT]. BRAECKLE, Jacques de.
Memoires du voiage de Constantinople de Jacques de Bracle seigneur de Bassecourt.[Various places, [1570 or very soon after]. 4to (main text & decorated paper) & 8vo (transcription & drawings) (21.5 x 14.5 cm). Manuscript in French, written in brown ink on paper in a Flemish bastarda gothic hand, with about 26 lines per page. With 8 contemporary half-sheet specimens of Turkish decorated "silhouette" paper (folded to make 16 leaves in 2 quires), a series of 28 drawings in brown ink and coloured gouaches, highlighted in gold (mostly costume figures, some showing the Sultan and other leading figures, others showing anonymous types from various ethnic and religious groups), plus a ca. 1800, transcript of the complete text and biography of the author (with his arms in colour). Modern sheepskin parchment. [2 blank], [34]; [5 blank], [62 incl. a few blank], [1 blank] pp. plus 8 double leaves of decorated paper and [36], [4 blank]; [2], [2 blank] pp. of 18th-century additions. A unique, fascinating and unpublished manuscript containing the account of a diplomatic mission to Constantinople in the Ottoman Empire in the year 1570. De Braeckle (1540-1571), a Flemish physician, assisted Charles Rijm (Karl Rym), Baron de Bellem (ca. 1533-1584), Maximilian II's ambassador to Constantinople, probably as his secretary. He wrote an account of his journey, which contains fascinating details about the places he visited, the manners and customs of the inhabitants, incidents, etc. Leaving Prague on 13 March 1570, the delegation passed through Vienna, Hungary and Czechoslovakia before entering Ott … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER RARE BOOKS [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-12 20:24:04
Alghisi, Galasso.
[Venice, Grazioso Percacino], 1570. Folio (274 x 402 mm). (64), 406 pp., final blank leaf (and leaf *4 blank). Engraved title-page. With woodcut initials and 39 engraved illustrations (20 double-page). 17th c. green vellum, spine gilt in compartments. Marbled ebdpapers and edges. First edition. "One of the most beautifully printed treatises on military architecture of the entire century" (de la Croix). Alghisi worked for Ercole II and Alfonso II d'Este of Ferrara as both a civil and military architect, constructing churches and theatres as well as fortifications. He took a theoretical approach to fortress design, describing the plans for fortresses with increasing numbers of bastions, reaching the astounding number of 21 (the fortress of Palmanova was unusual in having as many as nine). Bastions had become an increasingly important element of fortifications during the 16th century as a result of the need to provide defence against cannon fire which tall medieval towers failed to do (providing, as they did, a large area for the cannon to target). Bastions were lower, thicker and provided a means for the defenders of a fortress to overlook the attackers from a platform large enough to hold cannons of their own. - Some brownstaining; rust mark on pp. 174-175 from a pair of scissors. A few engravings shaved. Joints cracking, spine-ends chipped. Provenance: from the collection of Thomas Fremantle, 3rd Baron Cottesloe (1862-1956), commander of the Territorial Army and president of the Society for Army History Research. Edit 16, CNCE 1140. Adams A 742. BM-STC Italian 19. Cockle 77 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2020-06-12 18:10:21
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, United States]
2020-06-12 16:48:08
Gastaldi, Giacomo].
[Venice], Ferrando Bertelli, 1565 [printed ca. 1570]. Engraved map of the Indian Ocean, Indian subcontinent and most of the Gulf region (28 x 39 cm; margins extended to 50 x 66.5 cm), at a scale of about 1:13,500,000 with north at the foot, with the equator reticulated with longitudes based on a prime meridian through Cape Verde, reticulated scales of latitude in the left and right borders, the Tropic of Cancer not reticulated; 3 sea monsters, a spouting whale and 3 ships in the ocean; and on the land elephants, lions and 2 people on horseback carrying spears. Rare very early engraved map showing the Indian subcontinent, the Strait of Hormuz, the eastern half of the Gulf, and the Indian Ocean, including the islands of Ceylon (Sri Lanka), the Maldives, Seychelles, the western tip of Sumatra and what must be the eastern tip of Somalia. The island Diego Garcia (7° S), labelled "Isole de Don Garzia", touches the southern edge of the map image. The map's own scales indicate that it covers 35°N to 9°S and 60 to 120°E (labelled 85 to 145°E following the Cape Verde prime meridian), but in fact it covers about 60 to 96°E. It is double trapezoidal projection, but tapers only slightly from its widest point at the equator. Many topographic names appear in forms used in early Portuguese accounts of voyages, but most can be identified. In India and Ceylon we find Goa, Mangalor (Mangalore), Cochin (Kochi), Calinapata (Calcutta?), Besinagar (Bangalore), Colmucho (Colombo) and many others; in the Gulf region Cor. Dulfar (Dhofar), the island Macira (Masirah), C. Resalgate (Ras el Had?), Gala … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2020-06-12 03:34:24
(Ottoman Manuscript)
[Istanbul, 1570. Text in Ottoman Turkish and Persian, mostly in double columns. Ornamental headpiece. Nastaliq in black and red on colored leaves, ruled in black and in gold. 39 ff. Dated on last leaf. 1 vols. Large 8vo. Red leather with gilt mandorlas with floral motif tooled in blind. Collectors' stamps on first and last leaves: [?Hilmi] Hassan Tahsin 1306 [1888]; 'Uthman bin Hassan Tahsin, and two others. Some staining. Text in Ottoman Turkish and Persian, mostly in double columns. Ornamental headpiece. Nastaliq in black and red on colored leaves, ruled in black and in gold. 39 ff. Dated on last leaf. 1 vols. Large 8vo.
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2020-06-12 00:56:03
Notaries; Peck, Peter
1570. A Rare Treatise on Notaries Bound to a Classic Study of Debtor and Creditor in Roman Law [Notaries]. [Holy Roman Empire]. Ars Notariatus Sive Tabellionum Libri Duo. His Accesserunt Tractatus Clausularum, Cum Aliis Utilissimis, Qui de Iuris Apicibus Esse Dicuntur (Quos Sequens Pagella Indicabit) Summa Studio Post Omnes Omnium Editiones Aucti, Recogniti, Ac Exactissima Diligentia Emendati. Indici Locupletiss. Iam Recend Adiecto. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Birckmannum, & Theodorum Baumium, 1570. [xiii], 402, [1] ff. [Bound with] Peck, Peter [1529-1589]. De Iure Sistendi et Manuum Iniectione Quam Vulgo Arrestationem Vocant Succincta Explicatio. Editio Tertia, Multis Capitibus & Locis Aucta. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1581. 263, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary paneled pigskin, large images of Lady Justice (front) and Lady Fortune (rear) to center of each board, raised bands and faint hand-lettered titles to spine. Boards slightly bowed, some rubbing and light soiling, spine darkened, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, light foxing and brief early annotations and underlining to some leaves in each work, title page of Ars Notariatus has light soiling, minor edgewear, a few tiny stains and early owner inscription (with offsetting to front pastedown), $3,500. * Ars Notariatus: only edition; De Iure Sistendi: third edition. From the establishment of the legal profession onward, a notary was an important legal officer in Continental law with a role analogous to a pre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-06-11 20:34:17
SANSOVINO, Francesco
Venetia: Heredi di Marchiò Sessa, 1570. 1570 Origins of KNIGHTS Chivalry Templar Order of Malta Crusades SansovinoFrancesco Sansovino was an important 16th-century Italian scholar who published works on medicine, government, and even a treatise on the history of knights! This book, 'The Origins of Knights', was a treatise that discussed the development of chivalric orders, the rise of knights on the islands of Malta and Elba, Turkish knights in various sieges and battles, and even notes on the Knights Templar. Sansovino even gives names of notable knights with short biographical sketches of their chivalric careers. This 1570 edition includes six illustrated views of coats-of-arms for the various chivalric orders covered in this book.Item number: #10510Price: $1500SANSOVINO, FrancescoDella Origine De Cavalieri Di M. Francesco Sansovino Libri Qvattro. : Ne'Qvali Si Contiene, L'Inuentione, l'ordine, & la dichiaratione di tutte le forti de Caualieri. Con gli statuti & leggi della Gartiera, del Tosone di San Michele, & della NuntiataVenetia: Heredi di Marchiò Sessa, 1570.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [8], 158· References: Adams S 352· Language: Italian· Binding: Vellum; tight & secure· Size: ~6in X 4in (15cm x 10cm)· Very rare and desirableOur Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!10510Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [United States]
2020-06-11 06:02:39
Notaries; Peck, Peter
1570. A Rare Treatise on Notaries Bound to a Classic Study of Debtor and Creditor in Roman Law [Notaries]. [Holy Roman Empire]. Ars Notariatus Sive Tabellionum Libri Duo. His Accesserunt Tractatus Clausularum, Cum Aliis Utilissimis, Qui de Iuris Apicibus Esse Dicuntur (Quos Sequens Pagella Indicabit) Summa Studio Post Omnes Omnium Editiones Aucti, Recogniti, Ac Exactissima Diligentia Emendati. Indici Locupletiss. Iam Recend Adiecto. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Birckmannum, & Theodorum Baumium, 1570. [xiii], 402, [1] ff. [Bound with] Peck, Peter [1529-1589]. De Iure Sistendi et Manuum Iniectione Quam Vulgo Arrestationem Vocant Succincta Explicatio. Editio Tertia, Multis Capitibus & Locis Aucta. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1581. 263, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary paneled pigskin, large images of Lady Justice (front) and Lady Fortune (rear) to center of each board, raised bands and faint hand-lettered titles to spine. Boards slightly bowed, some rubbing and light soiling, spine darkened, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, light foxing and brief early annotations and underlining to some leaves in each work, title page of Ars Notariatus has light soiling, minor edgewear, a few tiny stains and early owner inscription (with offsetting to front pastedown), $3,500. * Ars Notariatus: only edition; De Iure Sistendi: third edition. From the establishment of the legal profession onward, a notary was an important legal officer in Continental law with a role analogous to a pr … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-10 14:12:11
MACROPEDIUS, Georgius.
Methodus de conscribendis epistolis, ... secundum veram artis rationem tradita ...Cologne, heirs of Arnold Birckmann, 1570. Small 8vo (15.5 x 10.5 cm). Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. [2], "123" [= 125] ll. The second Cologne edition of two of the most important sixteenth-century textbooks on the art of letter writing, by Macropedius (along with two smaller works) and Hegendorf, often published together. Georgius Macropedius or Joris van Lancvelt (1487-1558) devoted a lifetime of hard work to teaching in the schools of the Brethren of the Common Life. By 1510 he had begun teaching at Bois-le-Duc and his Asotus, the first of the Latin School plays for which he is best known today, was composed there. Macropedius was ordained as a priest and went on to teach at Liege (ca. 1525-1529) and Utrecht (ca. 1529-1556). In addition to the twelve plays, he published Latin School songs and textbooks on grammar, dialectic and prosody (two of these smaller works are included in this edition).With an early owner's name struck through on the title-page, a couple marginal annotations and a few brief passages underlined. Ten lines of a sample letter concerning theology on P1v have been marked for cancellation and a blank slip pasted over them, but the text can still be read through the slip. With a tear along the fold of the title-page and a few small and mostly marginal worm holes, very slightly affecting the text in 2 quires, but otherwise in good condition, with the title-page slightly dirty and the corner of one leaf torn off, not affecting the text. It is nearly untrimmed, with an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:11
PIUS V, Pope.
Freiheit und Bulla des allerheiligsten in Gott vatters und Herren, Herren Pii, des namens fünfften Bapsts, uber die Erhoehung und Schoepffung des durchleüchtigsten Fürsten und Herren, Herren Cosmi Medices, Hertzogen zu Florentz, &c. Zu einem Groszhertzoge und koenigmässigem, der provintz Ethrurien, ime underworffen. Geschehen zu Rom, den 27. Augusti. Anno M.D. LXIX.[Germany], 1570. Small 4to (20 x 15 cm). With a woodcut figure of the Pope on the title-page. Set in Schwabacher gothic type with fraktur headings and incidental roman. Half maroon goatskin morocco (1930s?), gold-tooled spine. [12] pp. Rare German translation (one of two editions, both dated 1570) of Pope Pius V's Latin papal bull elevating Cosimo I de' Medici, already Duke of Florence, to become the first Grand Duke of Tuscany on 27 August 1569. A descendent of the founder of the great Medici banking family and of the Sforza Dukes of Milan, Cosimo I brought the Medici's to the pinnacle of power with his elevation to Grand Duke and remains famous for both his political ruthlessness and his patronage of the arts. The Herzog August Bibliothek attributes the other edition to the Heidelberg printer Johann Mayer, but the present edition was produced by a different printer.The present copy was bound for Prince Piero Ginori Conti (1865-1939), with his armorial bookplate and his monogram on the spine, and like much material from his library it was acquired by Giannalisa Feltrinelli (ca. 1903-1981) in Rome. Very slightly browned and with a tiny marginal worm trail in 2 leaves, but still in very good condition. Binding sli … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:06
PLUTARCHUS.
Moralia, quae usurpantur. sunt autem omnis elegantis doctrinae penus: id est, varij libri: morales, historici, physici, mathematici, deniq; ad politiorem litteraturam pertinentes & humanitatem: omnes de Graeca in Latinam linguam transscripti. Basel, Thomas Guarini, 1570. Folio. With woodcut printer's device on title-page and repeated on last page, some mathematical woodcuts in text and numerous historiated woodcut initials. Early 17th-century Jesuit prize binding in richly gold-tooled light brown calf, sides with arabesques in the style of Gascon, richly gold-tooled double borders and inner panel with small bands in a geometrical pattern. [12], 857, [91] pp. Scholarly edition of Plutarch's Moralia in a beautiful and very richly decorated prize binding, probably from the Southern Netherlands for one of the Jesuit Colleges, with the "IHS" device and the legend "Jesus Maria" within a crown of thorns. The Plutarch edition is the first edited by Xylander, and contains Plutarch's collected studies in the fields of ethics, religion, physics, natural history, music, politics, philosophy and literature, cast in Dialogues or Diatribes. The book is well produced, printed mainly in roman type with small italics for the Latin quotations and the legenda in the margins. Small stamp on title-page; a few leaves slightly stained. Very good copy. BMC STC German, p. 706; VD 16, P3681 (8 copies); this edition not in Adams; Dibdin; binding not in De Prijs is het Bewijs.
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-09 12:54:07
Notaries; Peck, Peter
1570. A Rare Treatise on Notaries Bound to a Classic Study of Debtor and Creditor in Roman Law [Notaries]. [Holy Roman Empire]. Ars Notariatus Sive Tabellionum Libri Duo. His Accesserunt Tractatus Clausularum, Cum Aliis Utilissimis, Qui de Iuris Apicibus Esse Dicuntur (Quos Sequens Pagella Indicabit) Summa Studio Post Omnes Omnium Editiones Aucti, Recogniti, Ac Exactissima Diligentia Emendati. Indici Locupletiss. Iam Recend Adiecto. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Birckmannum, & Theodorum Baumium, 1570. [xiii], 402, [1] ff. [Bound with] Peck, Peter [1529-1589]. De Iure Sistendi et Manuum Iniectione Quam Vulgo Arrestationem Vocant Succincta Explicatio. Editio Tertia, Multis Capitibus & Locis Aucta. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1581. 263, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary paneled pigskin, large images of Lady Justice (front) and Lady Fortune (rear) to center of each board, raised bands and faint hand-lettered titles to spine. Boards slightly bowed, some rubbing and light soiling, spine darkened, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, light foxing and brief early annotations and underlining to some leaves in each work, title page of Ars Notariatus has light soiling, minor edgewear, a few tiny stains and early owner inscription (with offsetting to front pastedown), $3,500. * Ars Notariatus: only edition; De Iure Sistendi: third edition. From the establishment of the legal profession onward, a notary was an important legal officer in Continental law with a role analogous to a pre … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. [USA]
2020-06-09 05:52:15
Notaries; Peck, Peter
1570. A Rare Treatise on Notaries Bound to a Classic Study of Debtor and Creditor in Roman Law [Notaries]. [Holy Roman Empire]. Ars Notariatus Sive Tabellionum Libri Duo. His Accesserunt Tractatus Clausularum, Cum Aliis Utilissimis, Qui de Iuris Apicibus Esse Dicuntur (Quos Sequens Pagella Indicabit) Summa Studio Post Omnes Omnium Editiones Aucti, Recogniti, Ac Exactissima Diligentia Emendati. Indici Locupletiss. Iam Recend Adiecto. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Birckmannum, & Theodorum Baumium, 1570. [xiii], 402, [1] ff. [Bound with] Peck, Peter [1529-1589]. De Iure Sistendi et Manuum Iniectione Quam Vulgo Arrestationem Vocant Succincta Explicatio. Editio Tertia, Multis Capitibus & Locis Aucta. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1581. 263, [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/4" x 4"). Contemporary paneled pigskin, large images of Lady Justice (front) and Lady Fortune (rear) to center of each board, raised bands and faint hand-lettered titles to spine. Boards slightly bowed, some rubbing and light soiling, spine darkened, corners bumped and somewhat worn, front hinge cracked, front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, light foxing and brief early annotations and underlining to some leaves in each work, title page of Ars Notariatus has light soiling, minor edgewear, a few tiny stains and early owner inscription (with offsetting to front pastedown), $3,500. * Ars Notariatus: only edition; De Iure Sistendi: third edition. From the establishment of the legal profession onward, a notary was an important legal officer in Continental law with a role analogous to a pre … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-07 23:01:04
1570. Splendido esemplare di una elegante edizione del Giolito, che raccoglie una ampia scelta di componimenti poetici del 500. Freschissimo esemplare conservato entro una importante legatura settecentesca in pieno marocchino rosso. (DOLCE Lodovico) per la prima parte. (TERMINIO Antonio) per la seconda parte PRIMA PARTE (e seconda) DELLE STANZE DI DIVERSI ILLUSTRI POETI, RACCOLTE DA M. LODOVICO DOLCE, a commodità, & utile de gli studiosi della Lingua Thoscana. VENEZIA appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari 1570 Due volumi in dodicesimo (cm. 13,2 x 7), di pagine 477, (3); 501, (3). Ai frontespizi la marca tipografica xilografica di Gabriel Giolito, ed elaborato cartiglio xilografico a contenere la parte del titolo; nel testo molte iniziali figurate, testatine, fregi e finalini xilografici; in fine alla prima parte altra marca tipografica xilografica del Giolito. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA DEL SETTECENTO in pieno marocchino granata, con ampio fregio al contorno dei piatti; dorsi lisci suddivisi in scomparti da duplici filetti dorati, riempiti da un elegante e fitto decoro ai piccoli ferri; duplice tassello di colore verde e nocciola per il titolo e la numerazione dei tomi; filetto ai labbri, dentella interna; sguardie in carta policroma, tagli dorati; segnacoli in seta verde. Ex libris nobiliare ottocentesco Chandos - Leigh ai due contropiatti anteriori. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE con bei margini. RARA a trovarsi l'opera soprattutto se completa delle due parti, usciti ad anni di distanza, e in legatura uniforme. Collazionato completo. Ampia e importante raccolta dei poeti italiani che, da inizi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-06-06 13:42:02
ALGHISI, Galasso.
Venice Grazioso Percacino. FIRST EDITION, 1570. Folio, approximately 405 x 275 mm, 16 x 10¾ inches, engraved title with large architectural border including standing figures of the dedicatee, the Emperor Maximilan II, four Virtues and four Sciences, 39 engravings in Book 2, mainly plans for fortresses, 19 are double page, 18 are numbered and 1 of a measuring instrument is not numbered, plus 8 full page engraved plates and 12 large engravings in the text, 1 double page, historiated initials, pages: (64), 406, blank leaf at *4 present, lacking final blank, tables in the preliminary pages misbound so that a-c6 follows d6, e4, nothing is missing, bound in modern full blind panelled and decorated calf, raised bands, blind rules and blind motif in compartments to spine, gilt lettered morocco label, new cream endpapers. Title page slightly soiled, spotted and dusty, small blind oval library stamp in upper margin, repeated at the top of most illustrations, some small wormholes to prelims, mainly to lower margin, a couple persisting to page 29, a little pale foxing to some margins, a few leaves have pale age browning, small pale damp stain to top outer corner of 22 leaves, another slightly larger affects same corner of last 16 leaves,10 mm (½") closed tear to lower edge of 7 leaves, neatly repaired, upper and lower margins slightly cropped on some double page illustrations just shaving edge of 2 of them. A good sound copy of an early Italian work on military fortifications. The Italian architect Galasso Alghisi (c. 1523-1573) from Carpi worked alongside Antonio da Sangallo in Rome b … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-06-04 23:58:03
Sigismund Suevus
Jena: 1570. Suevus, Sigismund Vom Geitzwagen Sanct Bernhardi Gleichnus. Mit vielen schönen sprüchen / Exempeln und Historien erkleret und ausgelegt. Gedruckt zu Jhena durch Donatum Richtzenhan, 1570. Äußerst seltene und auf dem antiquarischen Markt unauffindbare Erstausgabe, gedruckt 1570 in Jena. 126 ungezählte Seiten, von alter Hand durchnummeriert. Haupttitelseite fehlt und wurde nachweislich 1979 durch ein Berliner Antiquariat als Kopie vom British Museum angefordert. Provenienz liegt bei, die Kopie der Hauptitelseite allerdings nicht. Titel beginnt mit Kollation A II. Im Werk befinden sich eine Vielzahl an handschriftlichen Glossen und Unterstreichungen von alter Hand, nahezu jede Seite weist handschriftliche Vermerke auf. Werk wurde augenscheinlich vor längerer Zeit professionell restauriert, kleinere Papierarbeiten wurden dezent und fachmännisch ausgebessert. Brauner Pappband mit Pergamentrücken und -buchecken. Montiertes Rückenschild aus Leder mit handschriftlicher Nennung des Autors und Titels in Kurzvorm. Insgesamt eine sehr schön erhaltene Erstausgabe, leider -wie beschrieben- ohne die fehlende Titelseite. Privatauktion. Keine Garantie. Aus Kulanz biete ich Ihnen ein zweiwöchiges Rückgaberecht innerhalb Deutschlands. Die Rücksendung muss als versichertes Paket mit Sendungsnummer erfolgen. Die Kosten der Rücksendung trägt der Käufer. Das Buch muss sich bei einer Rückgabe im identischen Zustand befinden wie zum Zeitpunkt des Erhalts. Auf Fragen antworte ich gerne. International bidders are welcome. Please contact me BEFORE bidding. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: colophoniusregenschein [Saerbeck, Germany]
2020-06-01 16:51:02
Hyperius, Andreas
Basel, Johannes Oporinus, 1570. (16) 998 (94) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 8° (The right-margin of the titlepage has been reinforced, some underlinings with pen on various pages, lacks page K8 (blank) and the final page with printers-impressum. The first edition of Hyperius' collected works, published posthumously and containing 14 treaties on various theological subjects. The Reformer Andreas Hyperius (1511-1564) or Andreas Gerhard, named Hyperius after his place of birth Ypern, was a theologian originating from the Southern Netherlands and for many years an influential professor of both theology and philosophy at the University of Marburg. His views laid the foundation of scientific treatment of practical ecclesiastical life and resulted in the first published homiletics worthy of the name.) [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat de Roo [Zwijndrecht, Netherlands]
2020-05-30 02:06:03
Homer
Basel, (i.e. Strassburg), Theodosius Rihel, 1570. 8°. 40 n.n. Bl., 893 S., 1 n.n.S., 15 n.n. Bl. Index, 1 S. Druckermarke am Ende und einer Holzschnittvignette auf dem Titelblattt. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit mit Rollstempelverzierung, Deckelmdaillon und handschriftlichem Rückentitel. VD 16 H 4657. - Offenbar zweite von Hubertus van Giffen (1534-1604) übersetzte Ausgabe der Illias im griechisch - lateinischen Paralelltext. Die Druckortzuweisung laut Katalog der Universitätsbibliothek Basel (deshalb auch nicht in G.G.). - Die ersten 50 Blatt und die letzten Blätter stellenweise wasserrandig.- In einem schönen Einband der Zeit.
Bookseller: Daniel Thierstein Buchantiquariat [Switzerland]
2020-05-26 12:46:08
1570. Splendido esemplare di una elegante edizione del Giolito, che raccoglie una ampia scelta di componimenti poetici del 500. Freschissimo esemplare conservato entro una importante legatura settecentesca in pieno marocchino rosso. (DOLCE Lodovico) per la prima parte. (TERMINIO Antonio) per la seconda parte PRIMA PARTE (e seconda) DELLE STANZE DI DIVERSI ILLUSTRI POETI, RACCOLTE DA M. LODOVICO DOLCE, a commodità, & utile de gli studiosi della Lingua Thoscana. VENEZIA appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari 1570 Due volumi in dodicesimo (cm. 13,2 x 7), di pagine 477, (3); 501, (3). Ai frontespizi la marca tipografica xilografica di Gabriel Giolito, ed elaborato cartiglio xilografico a contenere la parte del titolo; nel testo molte iniziali figurate, testatine, fregi e finalini xilografici; in fine alla prima parte altra marca tipografica xilografica del Giolito. SPLENDIDA LEGATURA DEL SETTECENTO in pieno marocchino granata, con ampio fregio al contorno dei piatti; dorsi lisci suddivisi in scomparti da duplici filetti dorati, riempiti da un elegante e fitto decoro ai piccoli ferri; duplice tassello di colore verde e nocciola per il titolo e la numerazione dei tomi; filetto ai labbri, dentella interna; sguardie in carta policroma, tagli dorati; segnacoli in seta verde. Ex libris nobiliare ottocentesco Chandos - Leigh ai due contropiatti anteriori. OTTIMO ESEMPLARE con bei margini. RARA a trovarsi l'opera soprattutto se completa delle due parti, usciti ad anni di distanza, e in legatura uniforme. Collazionato completo. Ampia e importante raccolta dei poeti italiani che, da inizi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: 60limone [Torino, Italy]
2020-05-23 15:36:15
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, United States]
2020-05-20 22:03:04
1570. MARCO ANTONIO NATTA CONSILIORUM SIVE RESPONSORUM Quotidianas materias complectentium, in causarum foro versantibus advocatis quam utilissimorum. [Tomus Primus - Secundus] Venetiis, apud Hieronymum Scotum, MDLXX. ************ 2 Volumi in 1 In-folio (cm 32x22,5) Pp. [32] + 375 + [1]; [40] + 387 + [1] Legatura coeva in pergamena; titoli calligrafici al dorso e al taglio di piede; grandi e belle marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e colophon; capolettera incisi e figutati; molte annotazioni e maniculae di mano coeva; qualche screpolatura al dorso. Ottimo esemplare, con carte fresche e croccanti.
Bookseller: epizefiri3 [Italia, Italy]
2020-05-18 09:00:03
Virgil
Basileie, 1570. Good w/no DJ, as issued. Writing on front cover & spine - see photos; POS on front pastedown; PON on FFEP; front hinge starting. NO other marks or writing and NOT ex-library. NOTE: Domestic Book(s) may be returned for full credit for any reason if received within 14 days from customer receipt. Shipping charges will be included ONLY if the book(s) are NOT as described. Shipping is $6.00 in the continental USA via USPS Media Mail. All other shipping methods and overseas orders will ship at cost via eBay's Global Shipping Services. NOTE: Domestic Book(s) may be returned for full credit for any reason if received within 14 days from customer receipt. Shipping charges will be included ONLY if the book(s) are NOT as described.
Bookseller: Copper Street Books (cu501) [Albuquerque, New Mexico, United States]
2020-05-15 11:14:09
Sophocle
1570. Tragoediae Sophoclis quotquot extant carmine Latino redditae G. Ratallerio interprete. Antwerp, Ex officina Gulielmi Silvii, typograhi Regii, 1570 Format in-8 (17 x 10,5cm), (32), 486, (6), complet. Jolie édition des tragédies de Sophocles, elle est rare. Marque typographique sur le titre, lettrines gravées. Reliure typiquement parisienne de l'époque en plein maroquin havane, dos lisse avec titre et riche décors doré, deux filets dorés sur les plats, grand médaillon doré au centre, tranches dorées. Quelques petites restaurations et quelques petits frottements. Provenances très intéressantes, ex libris manuscrit sur le titre "Taisand conseillé du roy trésorier de france" et ex libris héraldique du même Pierre Taisand conseiller de Louis XIV. Sur le premier plat on trouve le fer de la célèbre bibliothèque de Citeaux (Cisteaux comme on l'écrivait sous l'ancien régime), Pierre Taisand fit en effet don de ses livres à son frère qui était religieux à l'abbaye de Citeaux. Bel exemplaire de cette édition peu commune en reliure parisienne, d'une provenance tout à fait rare.
Bookseller: mostro.a82 [Marseille, France]
2020-05-15 07:49:27
Saint Jerome
Lyon: 1570. The first and last few pages of this ancient book are missing, including the title page.. This book was printed in Lyon, France, in the 1560's or 70's (there were several editions, with variants) and the publisher was Guiliel Rovillium. I believe the binding to be a little later (17th c.?) than the 16th century text block. There are about 1100 pages. Each book has a nice header and a woodcut capital letter. Some pages show water staining, and a very few are ripped. There is a worn leather binding, with most of a raised and gilded spine still present. I would describe the overall condition as fair. Auction description France ca. 1570: An Illustrated Renaissance Bible with Many Woodcuts, Rare and Fascinating This very old (nearly 500 years!) printed Bible, Old Testament and New, using the Latin translation (Vulgate) of Saint Jerome, comes down to us largely intact, although in somewhat compromised condition. There is a worn leather binding, with most of a raised and gilded spine still present, holding together over a thousand pages of Bible text plus an index, in a small but legible Renaissance typeface (Garamond, I believe) and, the most lovely feature, a very large number of woodcuts (over 200, I believe) inserted into the text. The woodcut illustrations are in varying sizes, up to nearly full page to midsize, to small vignettes. There are pages that contain two or more illustrations. The most copiously illustrated book is the Apocalypse. These numerous, small Renaissance works of art take up the themes, symbols and narratives founnd in paintings, sculpture, an … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: trobador [Amesbury, Massachusetts, United States]
2020-05-12 11:35:02
TIROL - FERDINAND II.
1570. qu.-2. (32 x 45 cm. ). Ein Blatt, einseitig bedruckt. Mit gr. Initiale, papierbedecktem Siegel und 4 Münz-Holzschnitten: Friedberg (Wetterau) und Stolberg-Königstein, 12 Kreuzer 1570. Gefalt. Randflecken, kl. Einrisse in der Faltung. Rücks. m. zeitgen. Handschr. Nicht bei VD 16 - Münzverruf betreffend das Verwendungs- und Einfuhrverbot zweier Münzsorten. Mit Papiersiegel und Faksimile-Stempel der Unterschrift Ezherzogs Ferdinands. - Ferdinand II. (1529-1595), war der zweite Sohn des Kaisers Ferdinand I. und Bruder des deutschen Kaisers Maximilian II. Er war heimlich mit der Patriziertocher Philippine Welser verheiratet. Er herrschte über Tirol und die Vorlande (Vorarlberg, Breisgau, Burgau u. a.). In seinen Ländern verhalf Ferdinand der katholischen Gegenreformation zum Durchbruch und begründete die Ambraser Sammlung.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2020-05-10 13:21:02
1570. Giovanni Battista PIGNA - Historia de Principi di Este di Gio. Batt. Pigna, a donno Alfonso Secondo, Duca di Ferrara. Primo volume. Nel quale si contengono congiuntamente le cose principali della rivolutione del Romano Imp. in fino al M. CCCC. LXXVI. - 1570. in Ferrara, appresso Francesco Rossi Stampator Ducale. Piena pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 4°, cm 34,7; 1 vol.; pagg. (8) 635 (119 di varie tavole ed alberi genealogici); minimi strappetti alla legatura, piccoli e assolutamente ininfluenti fori di tarlo al margine interno, rare fioriture e gore d'acqua, nel complesso buon esemplare con carte ancora fresche, croccanti e fruscianti. Frontespizio con vignetta xilografata che riproduce gli stemmi dei Principi d'Este; timbro di appartenenza della vecchia biblioteca del Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Cardinali al margine inferiore del frontespizio; al controfrontespizio applicato ex-libris dell'arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli; capilettera parlanti xilografati e glosse editoriali a margine. Rara prima edizione della Storia dei Principi d'Este del Pigna, di cui fu pubblicato solo questo primo volume. Questo esemplare é peraltro impreziosito dai richiami agli importanti precedenti possessori: il Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Imperiali (come da timbro al frontespizio) e l'Arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli (come da ex-exlibris applicato al controfrontespizio). Opera con dedicatoria al Alfonso II d'Este dove il Pigna va a tracciare l'intenzione di far seguire a questo primo volume un altro di egual misura, fatica quest'ultima che non si realizzeré causa scomparsa prematura del … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di F. Magnani, IOBA [Copparo, FE, Italy]
2020-05-07 23:36:11
1570. POLIDORII VIRGILII URBINATIS ANGLICAE HISTORIAEPolydori Vergilii Urbinatis Anglicae Historiae libri vigintiseptem. Ab ipso autore postremùm iam recogniti, àdque amussim, salus tamen historiae veritate, expoliti. Indices rerum singularum et vtiles et copiosos, in operis calce adiectos reperies.By Virgilio, Polydoro, 1470?-1555.Published: Basileae : apud Thomam Guarinum, 1570.18th century leather binding.Very good condition.Folio, 9 by 13"Not illustrated. Text in Latin. PA residents please add sales tax. Please see my other auctions Refund Policy: We will issue a FULL REFUND, 100% money back if you are not satisfied with your purchase. Items must be returned to us within 20 days in order to receive a refund or replacement. Buyer is responsible for shipping costs. Powered by SixBit's eCommerce Solution.
Bookseller: motka1 [New Hope, Pennsylvania, United States]
2020-05-03 12:30:05
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, United States]
2020-05-02 02:21:11
GIUNTINI Francesco
Lugduni,: apud Haeredes Iacobi Iunctae, 1570. Lugduni, apud Haeredes Iacobi Iunctae, 1570. In-16 p. (mm. 161x108), p. pergamena molle antica con legacci (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 227 cc.num., 1 c.b., con alcuni disegni astronomici nel t. "Edizione originale" di questa rara opera del carmelitano Francesco Giuntini (Junctinus o Junctin) (1523-1590), maestro di teologia, letterato e uno degli astrologi più famosi della seconda metà del Cinquecento. Fu tra i primi a ripudiare le antiche tavole astronomiche e ad usare quelle di Copernico, pur non accettandone la riforma. Cfr. Cantamessa, “Astrologia”, I,1838: “Autore, 3 anni più tardi, dell’enorme "Speculum astrologiae" nel quale quest’opera è riprodotta, il Giuntini anche qui scrive di astrologia, sia pure esclusivamente riguardo alle cosiddette Rivoluzioni, cioè agli oroscopi per ciascun anno o per anni determinati, calcolati e tracciati sulla base dell’oroscopo di nascita, o radicale ("Radix").. Giuntini, come tutti gli astrologi dei secoli XVI e XVII, ha l’irresistibile tentazione di drammatizzare”. Cfr. anche Adams,I,J-439 - Caillet,II,5694: “Junctin était correcteur de l’imprimerie où a été édité cet ouvrage” - Non citata dal Riccardi. Qualche lieviss. uniforme arross. altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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2020-05-01 15:33:02
1570. Giovanni Battista PIGNA - Historia de Principi di Este di Gio. Batt. Pigna, a donno Alfonso Secondo, Duca di Ferrara. Primo volume. Nel quale si contengono congiuntamente le cose principali della rivolutione del Romano Imp. in fino al M. CCCC. LXXVI. - 1570. in Ferrara, appresso Francesco Rossi Stampator Ducale. Piena pergamena con titoli manoscritti al dorso; 4°, cm 34,7; 1 vol.; pagg. (8) 635 (119 di varie tavole ed alberi genealogici); minimi strappetti alla legatura, piccoli e assolutamente ininfluenti fori di tarlo al margine interno, rare fioriture e gore d'acqua, nel complesso buon esemplare con carte ancora fresche, croccanti e fruscianti. Frontespizio con vignetta xilografata che riproduce gli stemmi dei Principi d'Este; timbro di appartenenza della vecchia biblioteca del Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Cardinali al margine inferiore del frontespizio; al controfrontespizio applicato ex-libris dell'arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli; capilettera parlanti xilografati e glosse editoriali a margine. Rara prima edizione della Storia dei Principi d'Este del Pigna, di cui fu pubblicato solo questo primo volume. Questo esemplare è peraltro impreziosito dai richiami agli importanti precedenti possessori: il Cardinale Giuseppe Renato Imperiali (come da timbro al frontespizio) e l'Arcivescovo Francesco Vitelli (come da ex-exlibris applicato al controfrontespizio). Opera con dedicatoria al Alfonso II d'Este dove il Pigna va a tracciare l'intenzione di far seguire a questo primo volume un altro di egual misura, fatica quest'ultima che non si realizzerà causa scomparsa prematura dell … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Belriguardo di Francesco Magnani [Italy]
2020-05-01 15:33:02
AESOP.
[25], [1 blank], 342, 349-513, [32], [1 blank] pp.Vögelin's 1570 Aesop edition, a nearly page for page (often line for line) reprint of his own important 1564 edition, including one of the most extensive collections of Aesop fables to that date, following but augmenting Camerarius's 1544 Leipzig edition. It contains more than 500 fables collected by the humanist classical scholar Joachim Camerarius (Bamberg 1500 - Leipzig 1574) who played a decisive role in the German Reformation, helped Philip Melanchthon with the composition of the famous Augsburg Confession, and published editions of many classical authors. The preface and printer's note originally copied the 1564 date from the 1564 edition, but in the latter a correction slip changed the date to 1570. One can see in the present copy that the slip was present, but it has fallen off. Many copies lack the last printed leaf, present here, containing only the colophon.Lacking the final blank leaf. Somewhat browned, the title-page thumbed and the corners of the last few leaves gone (not approaching the text), but generally in good condition.l USTC 657123; VD16 A516; cf. Bodemann, 34.1-2 (1565 Plantin Antwerp ed. & 1571 Jean de Tournes Lyon ed.).
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-05-01 10:08:06
SANSOVINO Francesco
Venetia,: appresso gli heredi di Marchio' Sessa, 1570. Venetia, appresso gli heredi di Marchio' Sessa, 1570. In-16 p. (mm. 150x100), p. pergam. antica, tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 158 cc.num., 1 c.nn. che porta al recto un ritratto silografato dell'A.; marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da testat. e capilettera figur. a vignetta, con silografie a piena pag. nel t. che raffigurano: la "Collana della Gartiera - Collana di Savoia - Collana del Tosone - Collana di San Michele". Nell'opera "si contiene l'inventione, l'ordine, & la dichiaratione di tutte le sorti de Cavalieri. Con gli statuti & leggi della Gartiera, del Tosone di San Michele, & della Nuntiata. Di nuovo ristampati con nuova giunta". "Seconda edizione" (la I è del 1566). Cfr. Choix de Olschki,V,5272 - Adams,II, p. 180 - British Library, p. 608 - Graesse,VI,267. Solo qualche lieve e uniforme arross. interc. nel t. , ma certam. un buon esempl.
Bookseller: Bottega delle occasioni [Italy]
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