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        Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio

      Amsterdam 1570 - Carta geografica del nuovo mondo tratta dalla grande mappa del mondo del Mercator, 1569. Prima delle tre versioni usate da Ortelius nelle varie edizioni del suo atlante, quelle edite tra il 1570 ed il 1575. Esemplare nel secondo stato di due con le isole Azorre giustamente denominate "Las Acores" invece di "Canariae insule". Coloritura coeva, leggere abrasioni, per il resto in ottime condizioni. The second state of one of the most beautiful and important of all sixteenth century maps of America. This celebrated map was included in the first edition of the Theatrum, and all subsequent editions to 1587. The Theatrum is one of the true landmarks in the history of cartography. The map’s geography was adapted from the corresponding portion of Mercator’s wall map of the world (1569), and is distinguished by a large bulge on the west coast of South America, which was removed from the map’s second state. It is beautifully embellished with a large strapwork title cartouche and lovely surrounding floral motifs. Copperplate, fine original colouring, generally good conditions. P. D. Burden "The mapping of North America", 39; Van den Broecke 9. Dimensioni 510 370mm [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Vlaanderen - Arbraham Ortelius, 1570-1575.

      ?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 hij er een bronvermelding bij naar de originele kaart, wat in de zestiende eeuw nogal ongebruikelijk is. Iedere kaartenmaker gebruikt wel koperplaten van voorgangers, maar zet daar zelden de bron bij.Als de kaarten zijn getekend, laat Ortelius ze in een koperen plaat graveren door Frans Hogenberg en zijn assistenten Ambrosius en Ferdinand Aertsen. Gillis Coppens van Diets doet het drukwerk. De atlas krijgt de naam Theatrum orbis terrarum ofwel Theater van de wereld. De eerste editie verschijnt in 1570 in het Latijn.In 1571 verschijnt de eerste Nederlandse editie. Opvallend is dat de teksten niet rechtstreeks uit het Latijn zijn vertaald, maar speciaal zijn gemaakt voor een algemeen, niet wetenschappelijk publiek. Zo schrijft Ortelius dat Den Haag het beste dorp van Europa is, en dat de inwoners geen muren willen, omdat ze liever in het beste dorp wonen dan in een stad als zoveel andere steden.De atlas van Ortelius is meteen een groot succes. Hoewel zo?n atlas voor een koper een hele investering is, zeker met ingekleurde kaarten, zijn er genoeg rijke burgers die hun kennis van de wereld willen vergroten. De eerste editie is dan ook snel uitverkocht. Ortelius besluit om nieuwe edities te maken, met meer kaarten. Ook verschijnen vertalingen in het Duits, Frans, Spaans en later in het Engels en het Italiaans. Die latere edities worden vanaf 1579 gemaakt door de beroemde Antwerpse drukker Christoffel Plantijn.Prijs: ?1.450,- (incl. lijst).

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        Asiae Nova Descriptio

      Plantin, [A map originally from a copy of 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum' (Antwerp 1570 - 1570), according to an old Folio Fine Art, London, label on the verso]. This was the first modern geographical atlas, 'produced in thirty-one editions between 1570 and 1612' (David Parry: The Cartography of the East Indian Islands, 2005). Archivally mounted ready for framing; visible image size 370 x 490 mm; extensive hand-colouring; in fine condition. 'Terra Incognita Australis Pars' makes an appearance in the bottom right corner. Please use the 'Ask Bookseller a Question' link below to confirm availability and postage charges.

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        EPITHETA M. P. CICERONIA COLLECTA A. P. IONANNE. NUNNESIO VALENTINO CUM PRIVILEGIO

      Venitiis [Venice]: Aldus Iunio [Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N.], 1570. Vellum Binding. Very Good binding. Full contemporary limp vellum binding with manuscript title on the spine and the bottom edge of the textblock; some soiling to the covers; ties are missing; textblock sound and interior is relatively clean; a very readable copy; with Aldine imprint on title page; book is collated against the printer's register noting that the last signature signed as "qui est duernio" in the register has only 3 leaves (1 signed rr and 2 unsigned), the last leaf contains the printer's register on recto and blank on the verso; perhaps lacking a leaf; the bookplate of Harvard College Library on pastedown [happily stamped Duplicate, as is the verso of the title page, so we can assume it was honorably deaccessioned]; digital photgraphs are available upon request

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        America map - Ortelius.

      Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova DescriptioAccording to Burden: "One of the most famous and esily recognised maps of America, and one that is both functional as well as decorative".An important map because of it's influence on the European perceptions of America. When the map was first published by Abraham Ortelius at Antwerp in 1570, it was the best map of the Americas available. It was in fact the first of it's kind to achieve wide circulation through an atlas. Lower California is correctly shown as a peninsula and America is separated from Asia in the northwest. A strategically placed cartouche hides the complete lack of the southern waters of the Pacific.Second state of first plate with Latin text on verso. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 36,6 x 50,7 cm. Lierature: Van den Broecke nr. 9; Burden nr. 39. Price: ?4.800,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        EPITHETA M. P. CICERONIA COLLECTA A. P. IONANNE. NUNNESIO VALENTINO CUM PRIVILEGIO

      Aldus Iunio [Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N.], Venitiis [Venice] 1570 - Octavo. Full contemporary limp vellum binding with manuscript title on the spine and the bottom edge of the textblock; some soiling to the covers; ties are missing; textblock sound and interior is relatively clean; a very readable copy; with Aldine imprint on title page; book is collated against the printer's register noting that the last signature signed as "qui est duernio" in the register has only 3 leaves (1 signed rr and 2 unsigned), the last leaf contains the printer's register on recto and blank on the verso; perhaps lacking a leaf; the bookplate of Harvard College Library on pastedown [happily stamped Duplicate, as is the verso of the title page, so we can assume it was honorably deaccessioned]; digital photgraphs are available upon request. Very Good binding.

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        La prima terza parte dell historie tradotta da M Lodovico Dolce Venice appresso Gabriel Giolito di Ferrarii

      

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        DIVI GREGOR NAZIANZENI, COGNOMENTO THEOLOGI, OPERA OMNIA, QVAE QVIDEM EXTANT, NOVA TRANSLATIONE DONATA. Vnà cum doctissimis Nicetae Setronij commentarijs in sedecim Panegyricas orationes.

      Birckmann, Köln 1570 - 24 Bll., 872 S. u. Index. Schweinsleder über Holzdeckel mit reicher Rollenstempelprägung u. 1 (von 2) Metallschließen. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf Titelblatt und am Schluß. Einband etwas fleckig, Vorderdeckel mit kl. Fehlstelle im Leder 2100 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        America map - Ortelius.

      Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova DescriptioAccording to Burden: "One of the most famous and esily recognised maps of America, and one that is both functional as well as decorative".An important map because of it's influence on the European perceptions of America. When the map was first published by Abraham Ortelius at Antwerp in 1570, it was the best map of the Americas available. It was in fact the first of it's kind to achieve wide circulation through an atlas. Lower California is correctly shown as a peninsula and America is separated from Asia in the northwest. A strategically placed cartouche hides the complete lack of the southern waters of the Pacific.Second state of first plate with Latin text on verso. Coloured by a later hand. Size: 36,6 x 50,7 cm. Lierature: Van den Broecke nr. 9; Burden nr. 39. Price: ?4.800,- (excl. VAT/BTW).

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        Vlaanderen - Arbraham Ortelius, 1570-1575.

      ?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 hij er een bronvermelding bij naar de originele kaart, wat in de zestiende eeuw nogal ongebruikelijk is. Iedere kaartenmaker gebruikt wel koperplaten van voorgangers, maar zet daar zelden de bron bij.Als de kaarten zijn getekend, laat Ortelius ze in een koperen plaat graveren door Frans Hogenberg en zijn assistenten Ambrosius en Ferdinand Aertsen. Gillis Coppens van Diets doet het drukwerk. De atlas krijgt de naam Theatrum orbis terrarum ofwel Theater van de wereld. De eerste editie verschijnt in 1570 in het Latijn.In 1571 verschijnt de eerste Nederlandse editie. Opvallend is dat de teksten niet rechtstreeks uit het Latijn zijn vertaald, maar speciaal zijn gemaakt voor een algemeen, niet wetenschappelijk publiek. Zo schrijft Ortelius dat Den Haag het beste dorp van Europa is, en dat de inwoners geen muren willen, omdat ze liever in het beste dorp wonen dan in een stad als zoveel andere steden.De atlas van Ortelius is meteen een groot succes. Hoewel zo?n atlas voor een koper een hele investering is, zeker met ingekleurde kaarten, zijn er genoeg rijke burgers die hun kennis van de wereld willen vergroten. De eerste editie is dan ook snel uitverkocht. Ortelius besluit om nieuwe edities te maken, met meer kaarten. Ook verschijnen vertalingen in het Duits, Frans, Spaans en later in het Engels en het Italiaans. Die latere edities worden vanaf 1579 gemaakt door de beroemde Antwerpse drukker Christoffel Plantijn.Prijs: ?1.450,- (incl. lijst).

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        Le historie di Europa.

      Venice, Bolognino Zaltieri, 1570. - 4to. (8), 176 pp. With woodcut printer's device on title page and several woodcut headpieces and initials. 18th century full vellum with giltstamped red spine label. In spite of the subtitle ("nuovamente mandate in luce"), this is the first edition of Ulloa's history of the Ottoman wars in Hungary, including an account of the 1566 Siege of Szigetvár. Though the battle resulted in an Ottoman victory, it halted the Ottoman advance on Vienna that year, and Vienna was not threatened again until 1683. "The Castilian-born Alfonso Ulloa was entrusted with various diplomatic missions by Emperor Maximilian as well as by King Philip II and thus had a first-hand knowledge of the events of the years 1566-1569. If one ignores the frequently panegyrical tone of the account, the book may still be used as a valuable historical source" (Göllner). Apponyi, on the other hand, cautions that "this is nothing but a reprint of Pietro Bizarri's 'Historia', published the previous year [. The book nothing to do with Ulloa's account of the events at Sziget published in his own 'Comentarios' in 1569: apparently, he found it easier to rip off Bizarri than himself .] Ulloa has the nerve to present this shameless piece of plagiarism to his patron with the most unctuous and swaggering phrases [.] Cautiously, Ulloa shied away only from copying certain personal accounts of Bizarri's, or rather from presenting these experiences of Bizarri's as his own; everything else is reproduced verbatim". - Title page shows some brownstaining, otherwise a clean copy in a pretty contemporary binding. Formerly in the collection of the Marquess of Bute with the family's engraved armorial bookplate (from the library of Luton House, Bedfordshire; pre-1845) on the pastedown. Edit 16, CNCE 38245. Adams U 40. BM-STC Italian 704. Apponyi I, 437. Göllner I, 1271.

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        Elements of Geometrie

      1570. First Edition . EUCLID. The Elements of Geometrie of the most auncient Philosopher Euclide of Megara. Faithfully (now first) translated into the Englishe toung, by H. BillingsleyÂ… With a very fruitfull Preface made by M. I. Dee, specifying the chief Mathematicall Sciences. London: John Daye, (1570). Folio (9 by 13 inches), early 20th-century full blind-tooled brown calf, raised bands, marbled endpapers, all edges gilt. $39,000.Rare first edition in English, with John DeeÂ’s important preface, allegorical woodcut title page by John Blagrave and DeeÂ’s rare folding Groundplat. This copy with 38 of the original folding overslips (small hinged paper slips tipped onto in-text woodcut diagrams, of an original total of 60) on 29 (of 37) figures in Book XI, by their fragile nature often missing.This first edition in English ""is a remarkable production, a stout folio in the well-known manner of John Day whose portrait trademark fills the last page. Apart from the introductory matter, there are 930 pages of text with diagrams well executed. The title page is elaborately emblematic"" (Thomas-Stanford). ""No work can compare to Euclid's Elements in scientific importance, and its first appearance in English was an event of great significance"" (Rosenbach 19: 225). ""Euclid's Elements of Geometry is the oldest mathematical textbook in the world still in common use today. Its author was a Greek mathematician living about 300 B.C. who founded a mathematical school in Alexandria in the reign of Ptolemy I. The Elements is a compilation of all earlier Greek mathematical knowledge since Pythagoras, organized into a consistent system so that each theorem follows logically from its predecessor; and in this simplicity lies the secret of its success. Of the 13 books into which it is divided, numbers 1 to 4 are on plane geometry; 5 and 6 on the theory of proportion due to Eudoxus and its application; 7 to 9 on the properties of numbers; 10 on irrational quantities; 11 to 13 on solid geometry culminating in the proof that there are only five regular solids; books 14 and 15 were added later but are not by EuclidÂ… The Elements remained the common school textbook of geometry for hundreds of years and about one thousand editions and translations have been published"" (PMM 25). The importance of Sir Henry Billingsley's translation of Euclid was overshadowed by John Dee's Mathematicall Preface. ""Even a cursory reading of this introductory piece will reveal that any simple definition of mathematics would be insufficient to encompass Dee's approach to his subject. As the man was attracted to a mathematical spectrum that ranged from the study of navigation and mechanics to mysticism, so too his Preface reflected the study of this subject on all levels"" (Debus). ""Truly a monumental work. The print and appearance of the book are worthy of its contents"" (Heath). The printing by John Day of this large folio was a monumental task, and Day's woodcut portrait is included both on the colophon and possibly as the bearded figure of Mercury at the foot of the title page. The overslips constitute 60 discrete slips of paper on 37 figures. They were originally printed as six bifolia bound in at the end of the book; in this copy they have been cut and tipped in where appropriate, though many are now laid in loose, and five of the slips on two figures have been supplied in a neat pen-and-ink facsimile. Elaborate woodcut initials and tailpieces. First published in Latin in 1482 in Venice by Erhard Ratdolt. STC 10560. Thomas-Stanford 41. Horblit 342. Lowndes, 756. See PMM 25. Title page mounted, with portions of the border affected; final leaf remargined along all four edges; folding groundplat mounted on linen; first leaf of text with neat restoration along hinge, occasional light dampstaining. Minor marginal soiling to first several leaves and a few interior leaves. A very good, handsomely bound copy of this rare and highly important scientific landmark.

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        (Corfu)

      1570. Rarissima carta dell'isola, datata il lastra 1570. Rappresentata circondata dalla flotta di navi della Repubblica di Venezia la carta è orientata con il Sud in alto. Probabilmente la fonte cartografica della mappa del Nelli fu la carta pubblicata sempre a Venezia nel 1564 da Ferrando Bertelli. Alle volte è possibile trovare questa carta mappa inserita nella rara raccolta di Simone Pinargenti Isole che son da Venetia nella Dalmatia et per tutto l'arcipelago fino a Costantinopoli (1573). Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, in perfette condizioni. Bibliografia: Zacharakis, A catalogue of printed maps of Greece, 1756; Tooley's, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. III, p. 313. Dimensioni 135x195. This very-rare loose-sheet map of Corfu carries at the lower right hand corner the date of the publication, 1570. Like the larger maps of The IATO these smaller ones were first issued for a loose sheet circulation, and then assembled in booklet form for interested customer. The island is shown surrounded by an armada of Venetian war ships. The map is oriented with south at the top and its shape is based on the Ferrando Bertelli map of Kerkyra (1564). Sometimes the map appear in the rare collection by Simone Pinargenti "Isole che son da Venetia nella Dalmatia et per tutto l'arcipelago fino a Costantinopoli" (1573). Nicolò Nelli (1530 ca - 1573) was venetian engraver of maps, portraits, religious subject and prints. He also traded in prints and published the works of Giovanni Battista Fontana and Giorgio Ghisi and had a business relationship with Bertelli en Zaltieri. Very rare. Literature: Zacharakis, A catalogue of printed maps of Greece, 1756; Tooley's, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. III, p. 313. Size 135x195. Venezia Venice

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        DELLE FORTIFICATIONI Libri Tre.

      Venice, Grazioso Percacino, 1570.. 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 before entering the service of the duke of Ferrara, where he was engaged in building a theatre in the ducal palace and possibly the bell tower of the Carthusian monastery. The work is divided into three books: methods of construction; building design; and selection of sites and suitable materials. Harvard, Italian 16th century books, page 19, No. 15; Cockle, Bibliography of Military Books, No. 778; Sotheby's Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, Part Ten, No. 3325; Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books compiled by Ruth Mortimer, page 19, No.15. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        1570 1st ed Henri Estienne Classical Orations Xenophon Greek Speeches HUGE FOLIO

      Geneve: Anno M.D. LXX, excudebat Henricus Stephanus. [1570]. First edition. Adams C2486. Schreiber 176. - 1570 1st ed Henri Estienne Classical Orations Xenophon Greek Speeches HUGE FOLIO Herodotus Thucydides Xenophon Sallust Tacitus Livy+ A very rare first edition of Estienne’s compendium of Greek and Latin orations. This collection of Greek speeches with Latin translations includes Herodotus, Thucydides, Xenophon, Sallust, Tacitus, Livy, and Curtius. Estienne was not only one of the most important printers in the 16th-century, but he was an incredible classicist and his knowledge and commentary on classical literature was well-respected and followed, even during his lifetime. Item number: #200 Price: $1250 ESTINNE, Henri. 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. Geneve: Anno M.D. LXX, excudebat Henricus Stephanus. [1570]. First edition. Adams C2486. Schreiber 176. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [20], 278, [4], 194 o Part 2 bound before part 1 (Adams); Estienne printer’s mark on t.p. o Includes: 92 speeches of Xenophon • Leather Binding tight and secure • Language: Latin & Greek • Provenance: Armorial Bookplate – John Keate D.D. • Size: ~12.5in X 8in (32cm x 20cm) Our 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! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        1570 Pope Gregory IX Decretales Catholic Church Canon LAW & Papal Inquisition

      Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. - 1570 Pope Gregory IX Decretales Catholic Church Canon LAW & Papal Inquisition A rare 16th-century printing of 13th-century Catholic Canonic Law by Pope Gregory IX. Pope Gregory IX Latin: Gregorius IX (c. 1145 – 1241), was Pope from 19 March 1227 to his death in 1241. He is known for issuing the Decretales and instituting the Papal Inquisition, a mechanism that severely punished people accused of heresy, in response to the failures of the episcopal inquisitions established during the time of Pope Lucius III through his papal bull Ad abolendam issued in 1184. Main author: Pope Gregory VIIII Title: Epistolae decretales summorum pontificum, a Gregorio nono, pontifice maximo Published: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Language: Latin Notes & contents: • 1st edition - Puteanum • vellum binding FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 911 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Parisiis, apud Iacobum Puteanum sub insigni Samaritanae, 1570. Size: ~7in X 4.5in (18cm x 12cm) FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Shipping: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Satisfaction Guarantee: Customer satisfaction is our priority. Notify us within 7 days of receiving your item and we will offer a full refund guarantee without reservation. $950 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Angliae, Scotiae, Et Hiberniae Sive Britannicae Insularum Descriptio

      1570. "Carta geografica delle Isole Britanniche tratta dall'edizione italiana del ""Theatrum Orbis Therrarum"" di Ortelius, 1606. Terzo stato della lastra di questa importante mappa basata sulla carta murale di Mercator del 1564. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, in ottimo stato di conservazione." Attractive full color example of Ortelius' first map of the British Isles, from Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. A state 3 of this classic, handsome and decorative map of ancient British Isles with north orientated to the east. Italian text on verso. From the Vrients edition of 1606. Based on Mercator's 1564 map of the British isles and improved by Saxton's 1579 map and the writings of the ancient classical writers. Embellishments include seven ships and three decorative strap work cartouches. Anversa Antwerpen Broecke, Ortelius 16, state 3. Shirley (1991), map 82, plate 42. 500 345

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        Geschichte Ostfrieslands - in 3 Bänden komplett

      Band 1: Bis 1570 Band 2: Von 1570-1751 Band 3: Unter preußischer Regierung bis zur Abtretung an Hannover von 1744-1815. mit einem Porträt von Onno Klopp und einer farbigen Faltkarte am Ende des 3. Bandes - EA., OHLdr. mit Rückenvergoldung auf Bünden, Dünndruck, VII/472 S./VI/634 S./469 S. Osnabrück, im Selbstverlage des Verfassers, 1854/1856/1858. Inhalt Band 1: Erster Zeitraum: Von der Urzeit Ostfrieslands bis zum Einbruch des Dollarts, 1277 Zweiter Zeitraum: Vom Aufkommen der Häuptlinge bis an den Beginn der Reformation. Vom Ende des dreizehnten Jahrhunderts bis 1517 Dritter Zeitraum: Vom Beginn der Reformation bis zum Ausbruch des Bruderzwistes zwischen Edzard II. und Johann. 1517-1570. Band 2: Vierter Zeitraum: Von dem Ausbruch des Bruderzwistes zwischen Edzard II. und Johann bis zum osterhusischen Vergleiche 1570-1611 Fünfter Zeitraum: Vom osterhusischen Vergleiche 1611 bis zur Besetzung Gretsiels und Emdens durch brandenburgische Truppen 1683 Sechster Zeitraum: Von der Besetzung Gretsiels durch die Brandenburger bis zum Aussterben des Hauses Cirksena und der neuen Ordnung der Dinge durch den Preußischen König Friedrich II. 1683-1751. Band 3: Siebenter Zeitraum, in 15 Abschnitten /// Rücken- und Einbandkanten der Bände 1 u. 2 stärker beschabt, -ecken bestoßen. Band 1: Porträt lose, Papier der Titel und der nachfolgenden 5 Seiten fachgerecht restauriert, allerdings stellenweise mit Textverlust (betrifft 2 Seiten des Vorwortes), 1. Vorsatz fehlt, 2. Vorsatzseite gebräunt und mit Rest eines Aufklebers und Eckfehlstelle (ca. 4 x 2 cm), Rückseite Titel ebenfalls mit Rest eines eingeklebten Zeitungsausschnitts, Vorwortseite mit kleiner Eckfehlstelle. Band 2: 1. Vorsatz mit Eckfehlstelle Band 3: Titelseite mit Fehlstelle (ca. 5,7 x 2 cm) und oben eingeschnittener Streifen. Minimal kleiner als die beiden anderen Bände, da neu eingebunden. Rückenbild identisch, nur Einband etwas heller. Alle Bände stellenweise etwas braun-/stockfleckig, minimale Anstreichungen, sonst gut erhalten. Komplett als EA. sehr selten!

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        Vocabulario de las dos lenguas Toscana y Castellana. En que se contiene la declaracion de Toscano en Castellano, y de Castellano en Toscano. En dos partes con una introducion para leer, y pronunciar bien entrambas lenguas.

      Sevilla, vende se en Casa de Francisco de Aguilar, 1570. - in-4. 248ff. chiffrés. Plein vélin souple du temps (corps d'ouvrage un peu biaisé, plats frottés). Edition Originale. Ce dictionnaire bilingue espagnol-italien, le premier du genre en Espagne, est aussi le second vocabulaire espagnol après celui de Nebrija et il contient pour la première fois plus de 200 mots espagnols nouveaux. "En ese aspecto de originalidad en relación a la lexicografía precedente, sobre todo en relación a Nebrija, es en el que queremos insistir aquí, listando algunos vocablos que De las Casas incorpora a su obra, vocablos que no había tenido entrada en la lexicografía anterior y cuya fecha de primera documentación debe ser adelantada" (Acero). L'ouvrage connut un succès considérable et il fut réimprimé à une quinzaine de reprises jusqu'au début du 18e siècle. Cette première édition, imprimée à Séville où résidait l'auteur, est peu commune et bien qu'on en recense une quinzaine d'exemplaires complets dans les bibliothèques publiques espagnoles (cf. CCPB), les collections italiennes n'en localisent qu'une poignée d'exemplaires et WorldCat, pour sa part, n'en répertorie qu'une dizaine. Page de titre salie, tache d'encre dans la marge inférieure de deux feuillets (sans atteinte au texte). Annotations et nombreux passages soulignés par un lecteur de l'époque, avec une indication manuscrite barrée sur la page de titre "A Salamanca fr. P. de Soria". Cf. Isabel Acero,"Incorporaciones léxicas en el 'Vocabulario de las dos lenguas Toscana y Castellana' de Cristobal de las Casas". [Attributes: First Edition]

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        In this booke is contained the office of Shiriffes, Bayliffes of liberties, Escheatours, Constables, and Coroners, and sheweth what euery one of theym maye doe by vertue of theyr offyces, drawen oute of bookes of the common Lawe [etc.]. S.T.C. 10991.5

      Imprinted . . . in fleetestrete . . . by Thomas Marshe. A rare edition of the first work devoted to the English law of the offices of sheriff, coroner, and other local officials; four copies in ESTC (one imperfect), including this copy, which is the only copy recorded outside the United States. Modern 1/4 calf, gilt lettered, some browning, unrelated manuscript squiggles in the margins, but quite usable; the Taussig copy. Imprinted . . . in fleetestrete . . . by Thomas Marshe, London, 1570?.

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        Thusciae descriptio auctore Hieronymo Bellarmato

      1570. Questa bella carta geografica del territorio della Toscana pubblicata nel Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius, è basata, come esplicitamente indicato nel cartiglio con il titolo, sul lavoro di Girolamo Bellarmato. La mappa a sud si estende fino a includere la città di Roma. Esemplare pubblicato nell'edizione latina del 1592 del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Abraham Ortelius. Incisione su rame,magnifica coloritura d'epoca, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Map of Tuscany based on the regional map of Giralomo Bellarmati.The map extends to include Rome in the lower right corner. Example from the 1592 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum by A. Ortelius. Copper engraving, original colors, in very good condition. Latin text on the verso. Koeman: The unique position held by Ortelius' Theatrum in the history of cartography is to be attributed primarily to its qualification as 'the world's first regularly produced atlas.' Its great commercial success 'enabled it to make so great a contribution to geographical culture throughout Europe in the later 16th century.' Anversa Antwerpen Koeman/Meurer: 36, Karrow: 1/49, vdKrogtAN: 7200:31A; Van den Broecke Ort 130 497 320

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        Opus novum de proportionibus numerorum, motuum, ponderum, sonorum, aliarumque rerum mensurandarum ... Praeterea artis magnae, sive de regulis algebraicis liber unus ... Item, de aliza regula liber....

      Basel: Henricus Petri, 1570. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. 3 parts in 1 volume. Folio (315x205 mm). [16], 271 [1], 163 [1], [8], 111 [1] pp. Signatures: *3, A-Y6, Z4, Aa-Tt4, Vv6, *4, AA-OO4. Separate title-page and pagination for Artis magnae and Operis perfecti sui sive algebraicae, printer's device on general title and verso of final leaf, numerous woodcut diagrams in text. Contemporary calf with gilt arabesque center-pieces to covers (joints split but holding, rather rubbed and scuffed), spine with 5 raised bands gilt in compartments. 17th century marginal repair to foot of title, light marginal waterstains, text somewhat browned, few pages stronger, first part with few annotations and markings in pencil. Provenance: 17th century inscription on front free endpaper: 'sub parvo sed meo Bardin'; same signature on paper repair on foot of title where an earlier signature had been cut out; another illegible signature dated 1723. ----Adams C689; Smith p.338-9; Riccardi I 256; DSB III, p.65-66. - FIRST EDITION. Comprising Cardano's three most important scientific works: Opus novum, containing Cardano's work on the relation between the densities of air and water, the second edition of the Ars magna, his great work on algebra first published in 1545, in which he had published Tartaglia's method for solving third-degree equations and the De aliza regula, about the third-degree equation, here published for the first time. "In his Opus novum de proportionibus, Cardano turned to problems of mechanics, with the principal aim of applying quantitative methods to the study of physics. His use of the concept of moment of a force in his study of the conditions of equilibrium in balance and his attempt to determine experimentally the relation between the densities of air and water are noteworthy." (DSB III, p.66). "It was only in 1570, in a new edition of the Ars magna, that he added a section entitled 'De aliza regula' ... devoted to the 'irreducible case' of the cubic equation, in which Cardano's rule is extended to imaginary numbers. This was ... important for the algebraic transformations which it employed and for the presentation of the solutions of at least three important problems." (DSB III, p.65). Very Good....

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        Tractatus De Compositione Medicamentorum dilucidissimus; NUNC PRIMUM AD CANDIDATORUM MEDICINAE VTILITATEM SUMMA OPERA, AC CURA CASTIGATUS, ET IN LUCEM EDITUS

      Gabriele, Falloppio. De Compositione Medicamentorum dilucidissimus; NUNC PRIMUM AD CANDIDATORUM MEDICINAE VTILITATEM SUMMA OPERA, AC CURA CASTIGATUS, ET IN LUCEM EDITUS. Venetijs, apud Paolum & Antonium Meietos Fratres, 1570. In - 4°, cartone coevo. (4), 67, (12) cc. Insegna tipografica al frontespizio e in fine con Venetiis, ex Officina Gratiosi Perchacini, 1570. Edizione originale. Gli Scienziati italiani, Vol. II, P.I, p. 57, n° 11. Wellcome Libr., I, 2159.

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        Napoli

      1570. "Rara veduta prospettica, a volo d'uccello, della città di Napoli. La pianta del Bertelli deriva da un modello disegnato da Etienne Duperac edita a Roma nel 1566. Priva di data, la pianta del Bertelli risale al 1570-1575 circa. Rappresenta il primo segnale di favore che incontrerà il modello di Duperac nell'ambito del mercato delle stampe, ed è molto simile alla più comune deriavazione pubbicata ad Anversa nel Theatrum Civitatum di Braun e Hogenberg. Nel cartiglio: ""Ill(ustrissim)o Sig.(no)re Vincenzo Pincelli |volendo io mandare a nuova stampa la nobil| et gentil Citta' di Napoli con li suoi | Moli, Porti, Chiese, Seggi, Palazzi, Piaz |ze, Strade, Fonti et altre cose notabili di | quella patria, ho voluto che la sia in luce | fatto il nome di Vostra Illu(strissi)ma Sig(no)ria Qual | havendola fatta imprimere un Serv (ito)re di quella Conoscer possa quanto desidera | di servarla Magnificarla et exaltarla | alla quale Reverentemente gli bacia le Mani. | D.B."" Sotto la pianta, legenda numerica di 74 voci,distribuita su 13 colonne. Magnifico esemplare, con margini, tracce di pieghe orrizontali e verticali, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Almagià (1927): n. 95; Christie's Pa (2006): n. 248; Destombes (1970): n. 80; Dzikowski (1940): n. 99; Ganado (1982): n. 86; Kraus (1972): n. 100; Meurer (2002): n. 185; National Maritime Museum (1971): n. 150; Ruge (1904-16): IV, n. 87.72; Sotheby's (1998): n. 190; Tavernari (2014): n. 96; Pane-Valerio (1988): pp. 60-61, n. 13; Tooley (1939): n. 410; Valerio (1998): n. 13. Censimento: Firenze, Marucelliana; Greenwich, National Maritime Museum; Londra, British Library; Modena, Biblioteca Estense; Monaco di Baviera, Bayerische StaatsBibliothek; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale; Roma, Casanatense; Vilnius, University Library; Wolfegg, Bibliothek Schloss;" "A work of great rarity and of particular interest in the context of the sixteenth century Italian engraving, the map published by Donato Bertelli modeled, with great precision, the Duperac map's published in Rome in 1566. Of which can be defined as a replica of Venice, and dated between 1570 and the 1575. It represents the first sign of favor that will meet the Duperac within the print market, and is very similar to the more common derivation of Theatrum Civitatum by Braun and Hogenberg, printed in Antwerp. Lower left corner in a cartouche: ""Ill(ustrissim)o Sig.(no)re Vincenzo Pincelli |volendo io mandare a nuova stampa la nobil| et gentil Citta' di Napoli con li suoi | Moli, Porti, Chiese, Seggi, Palazzi, Piaz |ze, Strade, Fonti et altre cose notabili di | quella patria, ho voluto che la sia in luce | fatto il nome di Vostra Illu(strissi)ma Sig(no)ria Qual | havendola fatta imprimere un Serv (ito)re di quella Conoscer possa quanto desidera | di servarla Magnificarla et exaltarla | alla quale Reverentemente gli bacia le Mani. | D.B."" Under the plan a legend, 13 columns, with reference numbers, 1-74. Magnificent example, with margins, small folds, in good condition. Bibliografia: Almagià (1927): n. 95; Christie's Pa (2006): n. 248; Destombes (1970): n. 80; Dzikowski (1940): n. 99; Ganado (1982): n. 86; Kraus (1972): n. 100; Meurer (2002): n. 185; National Maritime Museum (1971): n. 150; Ruge (1904-16): IV, n. 87.72; Sotheby's (1998): n. 190; Tavernari (2014): n. 96; Pane-Valerio (1988): pp. 60-61, n. 13; Tooley (1939): n. 410; Valerio (1998): n. 13. Censimento: Firenze, Marucelliana; Greenwich, National Maritime Museum; Londra, British Library; Modena, Biblioteca Estense; Monaco di Baviera, Bayerische StaatsBibliothek; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale; Roma, Casanatense; Vilnius, University Library; Wolfegg, Bibliothek Schloss;" Venezia Venice 525 385

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        COSTANTINOPOLI

      1570. "Pianta prospettica della città. Incisa da Giacomo Franco per l'editore Claudio Duchetti. Esemplare nel secondo stato, con l'indirizzo dell'editore Giovanni Orlandi. Si tratta di una derivazione della pianta di Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, una grande veduta silografica in più fogli edita a Venezia nella prima metà del XVI secolo e conosciuta oggi solo attraverso l'esemplare conservato nel Germanisches Museum di Norimberga. (Bagrow, 1939, n. 16). Descrizione tratta da Bifolco-Ronca, ""Cartografia e topografia italiana del XVI secolo. Catalogo ragionato delle opere a stampa"" (pubblicazione prevista per febbraio 2018). Titolo & iscrizioni In alto lungo il bordo COSTANTINOPOLI. Nel bordo inferiore fuori dal rilievo cartografico su sei colonne 58 rimandi, segnati con un numero di luoghi e cose riportati nella carta, a seguito Per Claudio ducheto 1570. Nell'angolo in basso a destra il monogramma dell'incisore Giacomo Franco, composto dalle lettere IAF. Orientazione con una rosa di sedici venti, il nord-ovest in alto. Carta priva di scala grafica. Acquaforte e bulino mm 300x443. Stati & edizioni: 1°: come descritto, Claudio ducheto 1570. 2°: aggiunto l'indirizzo Ioannes Orlandi formis romae 1602. Bibliografia: a) Alberti (2010): n. 105; Borroni Salvadori (1980): n. 242; Destombes (1970): nn. 136-136a; Ganado (1994): VI, n. 49 & p. 215, n. 81; Phillips (1914): n. 87; Shirley (2004): II, n. 15. b) Tooley (1939): nn. 156-157. Censimento: 1°: Birmingham, Public Library; Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale; Londra, British Library; Londra, Royal Geographical Society; Malta, National Library; Milano, Raccolta Bertarelli; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale (2); Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale; Washington, Library of Congress. 2°: Copenaghen, Universitetsbibliotekets; Fano, Federiciana; Malta, National Library; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale. Bellissimo esemplare con coloritura coeva." Birds-eye view of Istanbul, engraved by Giacomo Franco and published by Claudio Duchetti. Is based on the large woodcut by Giovanni Andrea Vavassore, published in Venice in the first half of the XVI century, now known at the Germanisches Museum of Nurenberg. (Bagrow, 1939, n. 16). Example of the second state (of two) with the addrss of Giovanni Orlandi and the date 1602. Copperplate, fine original colour, very good condition. Rare. Literature: Alberti (2010): n. 105; Borroni Salvadori (1980): n. 242; Destombes (1970): nn. 136-136a; Ganado (1994): VI, n. 49 & p. 215, n. 81; Phillips (1914): n. 87; Shirley (2004): II, n. 15; Tooley (1939): nn. 156-157. Known examples: 1st state: Birmingham, Public Library; Firenze, Biblioteca Nazionale; Londra, British Library; Londra, Royal Geographical Society; Malta, National Library; Milano, Raccolta Bertarelli; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale (2); Roma, Biblioteca Nazionale; Washington, Library of Congress. 2nd state: Copenaghen, Universitetsbibliotekets; Fano, Federiciana; Malta, National Library; Parigi, Bibliothèque Nationale. Roma Rome 443 300

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        ITALIA MIT DREIEN FUERNEMSTEN INSELN / CORSICA / SARDINIA UND SICILIA.

      (Basel), (Heinrich Petri), s.d. (ma 1570 ca.). Pregevole carta geografica dell?Italia (mm. 248 x 333, al vivo), fatta incidere su legno da Sebastian Muenster (1489-1552) per la versione tedesca di Basilea della sua "Cosmographiæ Universalis" (una delle prime descrizioni del mondo intero e la più importante opera geografica tedesca dopo la Cronaca di Norimberga del 1493), arricchita da una coloritura a mano che ne evidenzia le varie parti. Sul retro è xilografata la seguente scritta: ?Italia mit den dreien fuernemsten Inseln Corsica, Sardinia und Sicilia und anderen vilen kleinen Inseln / XVIII?, entro bella cornice figurata. Esemplare lievemente ingiallito, peraltro ben conservato.

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        Opera, in duos divisa Tomos, omnia, quae hactenus inveniri potuerunt :

      1570 - nu[n]c denuo ex vetustiss. Gr[a]ecis exemplaribus, aucta & correcta in ordinemq[ue] redacta . T. 2-gi (z 2-óch). Basileae 1570. Ex Officina Henric Petrina. (31,5 x 21 cm), k. 171, [1], opr. perg. z epoki. Otarcia i zabrudzenia oprawy, pieczęć i wpis wÅ‚asn. Na karcie tyt. tomu 2-go naklejony pasek papieru z napisem: Eusebii Pamphili. Åšlady zawilg. Brak tomu 1-go. Obszerne dzieÅ‚o, zawierajÄ…ce KronikÄ™ Euzebiusza w tÅ‚um. Å›w. Hieronima, Å‚aciÅ„skie tÅ‚umaczenie tablic chronologicznych, które stanowiÄ… drugÄ… część Kroniki, nastÄ™pnie kilka mniejszych kronik innych autorów. Kronika jest podstawowym dzieÅ‚em dla ustalenia chronologii Grecji i Rzymu - opisuje dzieje chaldejskie, hebrajskie, egipskie i rzymskie do 325 r. (Å›w. Hieronim rozszerza je do 379 r.). Euzebiusz z Cezarei (263?-339), zw. też Euzebiuszem od Pamfiliusza - teolog-biblista, biskup Cezarei, historyk koÅ›cioÅ‚a, twórca dziejopisarstwa chrzeÅ›cijaÅ„skiego; Hieronim ze Strydonu (347-420) - Å›wiÄ™ty koÅ›cioÅ‚a katolickiego, prawosÅ‚ i koptyjskiego, doktor koÅ›cioÅ‚a, tÅ‚umacz Wulgaty, twórca komentarzy do Biblii - patron tÅ‚umaczy. ONLY 2nd VOLUME. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Bohemia

      Artist: Kaerius Pieter ( - 1630 ) ; issued in: Amsterdam; date: 1628 1570 - - technic: Copper print; colorit: original colored; condition: ; size in cm : 42 x 55 - description: map of Bohemia - Vita of the artist: "Pieter van den Keere, or Petrus Kaerius (1570-1630)He was born in Ghent, and in 1584 moved with his family for religious reasons to London. From his time in England there is a map of Ireland from 1592, Hyberniae novissima descriptio. It was published by Hondius and served as a model for later editions of the Theatrum of Abraham Ortelius. Keere also contributed to John Norden's Speculum Britanniae of 1593.He also worked with Petrus Bertius, Cornelis Claesz, Petrus Plancius, the House of Visscher, and Lucas Janszoon Waghenaer. In 1595, there appeared a large wall map of Europe in 10 sheets, Nova totius Europae descriptio.From 1603, Keere began creating large urban panoramas, including Utrecht, Cologne, Amsterdam, and Paris. Around 1604, he was preparing the publication of the atlas Germania Inferior id est Provincuarum XVII. This first appeared in 1617, with a foreword by Petrus Montanus."

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        Opera di M. Bartolomeo Scappi, cvoco secreto di Papa Pio Quinto, divisa in sei libri. Nel primo si contiene il ragionamento chef a l'Autore con Gio suo discepolo. Nel secondo si tratta di diverse vivande di carne, si di quadrupedi, come di volatili. Nel terzo si parla della Statura, e stagione de pesci. Nel quarto si mostrano le liste del presentar le vivande in tavola, cosi di grasso come di magro [?].

      1570 - L'édition originale du livre de gastronomie le plus intéressant et le plus complet de la Renaissance, illustré de 28 superbes planches en premier tirage. [Venise, Michele Tramezzino, c.1570].In-4 de (6) ff. y compris le titre, la dédicace et le portrait de l'auteur, 369 ff., (7), 28 planches numérotées gravées sur bois à pleine page. 3 premiers ff. renforcés à la gouttière, marge blanche extérieure du titre renforcée, trou de vers dans la marge intérieure des 15 derniers ff. sans atteinte au texte, deux des planches ont été légèrement rognées et placées tête en bas par le relieur. Relié en demi-veau avec le dos ancien du XVIIIe siècle réutilisé, tranches rouges.195 x 142 mm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Herodoti Halicarnassei historiae lib. IX, & de vita Homeri libellus …Ex Ctesia excerptae historiae. Icones quarundam memorabilium structurarum [bound after:] [Herodotou tou Halikarnasseos historia, e, Historion logoi 9, epigraphomenoi Mousai]

      [Geneva]: Excudebat Henricus Stephanus, illustris viri Huldrichi Fuggeri typographus, 1570. First edition of the Estienne Herodotus, the Greek text and the Latin translation by Valla. With four folding plates on three leaves. 24, 362 [i.e. 364], 20; [32], 256, 12, [24] pp. 1 vols. Folio. Seventeenth-century calf, spine with gilt ornaments, boards tooled in gilt at corners with central gilt medallion, borders ruled black. Contemporary ownership note at foot of title of Greek text dated 1572. First edition of the Estienne Herodotus, the Greek text and the Latin translation by Valla. With four folding plates on three leaves. 24, 362 [i.e. 364], 20; [32], 256, 12, [24] pp. 1 vols. Folio. The four plates (here printed on three leaves), represent the Tower of Babel; a plan of the city of Babylon; the Bridge of Babylon and the citadel of Semiramis; the Hanging Gardens of Semiramis. Renouard 134.5; Adams, H-397, H-403

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        The Scholemaster

      London: printed by John Daye,, 1570. Or plaine and perfite way of teachyng children, to understand, write, and speake the Latin tong, but specially purposed for the private brynging up of youth in Jentlemen and Noble mens houses, and commodious also for all such, as have forgot the Latin tonge, and would, by themselves, without a Scholemaster, in short tyme, and with small paines, recover a sufficient habilitie, to understand, write, and speake Latin. Small quarto (182 x 130 mm). Eighteenth-century polished calf, gilt panelled spine with raised bands, sides with double gilt fillet borders. Dark red goatskin pull-off case by Riviere-Mounteney with raised bands and gilt lettering. Black letter, title within border of typographical ornaments, woodcut initials and typographical tailpieces, large woodcut printer's device on colophon leaf. Ruled in red throughout. Occasional spots and some finger-soiling, a few headlines shaved, an excellent copy. First edition of the most important Tudor work on education. Known for his beautiful handwriting, Roger Ascham (1514/15?1568) was appointed tutor to Princess Elizabeth in 1548, Latin Secretary to Queen Mary in 1553 and private tutor to Queen Elizabeth in 1558. The Scholemaster was written at the suggestion of Sir Richard Sackville following a debate over dinner with Sir William Cecil and others on the question of flogging children. Ascham was vehemently opposed to the practice. Ascham was particularly influenced by the educational ideas of his long-time friend and correspondent, the Strasburg humanist Johann Sturm. The Scholemaster is divided into two books: the first describes the ideal tutor and scholar and draws heavily on Plato; the second treats the method of instruction by double translation using proper imitation of classical models, and draws equally heavily upon Cicero. The book remained unpublished at his death and was published by his widow Margaret, who signed the dedication. "This book, which popularized the educational views of Renaissance Englishmen, has made Ascham famous among educational theorists, and one of the most influential of their number. He was concerned to rear an élite capable of assuming what he considered their proper place in serving the commonweal, and he wrote in English to guarantee as wide an audience as possible, thus opening up ideas previously hidden from those who knew no classical languages" (ODNB). Provenance: Wyllyam Hardyan[?], near contemporary inscription at foot of second leaf; old ink Latin inscription on title; Henry Cunliffe, bookplate; extensive notes on front free endpaper in a 19th-century hand; Sotheby's, 1946 (£62); Scribner's collation note dated March 1949 on rear pastedown; Harold Greenhill and H. Bradley Martin, bookplates; Sotheby's New York, 30 April 1990, lot 2565.

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        Edict du roy sur la pacification des troubles de ce royaume

      pour Jean Dallier 1570 - - pour Jean Dallier, à Paris 1570, in-8 (16,5x11cm), 23ff. (1f)., relié. - Edition originale, rare. Reliure en plein cartonnage moderne à la bradel. Marge haute du feuillet de titre fragile et pliures aux coins des premiers feuillets. Edits et règlements de Charles IX en vue de la pacification des troubles politiques et religieux advenus par les guerres de religions, ces règlements accordent certaines égalités entre les catholiques et les protestants, c'est un des premiers pas vers l'édit de Nantes de Henri IV en 1598, après 40 ans de guerre civile. Cependant un tel édit n'empêchera pas les tensions de s'accroître, le massacre de la Saint-Barthélémy aura lieu en 1572, ainsi que le mariage entre Henri de Navarre et Marguerite de Valois, pourtant conclu afin d'apaiser les tensions. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] First edition, rare. Modern cardboard to bradel. High margin of the title fragile and creases at the corners of the first leaf. Edits and regulations of Charles IX to the pacification of the political and religious unrest befallen by religious wars, these regulations provide some ties between Catholics and Protestants, it is a first step towards the Edict of Nantes Henry IV in 1598, after 40 years of civil war. However, such an edict not prevent tensions increase, the massacre of St. Bartholomew will take place in 1572, and the marriage between Henry of Navarre and Marguerite de Valois, yet concluded to ease tensions. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! 23ff. (1f). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Dechiaratione... sopra tutte le voci proprie che si contengono nel Constante di messer Francesco Bolognetti.

      Per Alessandro Benaci, 1570. Cm. 21, cc. (10) 139 (1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e bei capolettera figurati. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida. Esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Interessante e rara cinquecentina bolognese.

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        Darstellung des politischen Verhältnisses der verschiedenen Gattungen von Herrschaften zur Staatsverwaltung, zu ihren Beamten und Unterthanen in den Provinzen Steyermark und Kärnthen. 3 Teile in 4 Bänden.

      8. Mit 45 (tlw. mehrf.) gefalt. Tabellen. Zus. ca. 1570 S., Ppbde. d. Zt. m. Rückenschildern u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Erstausgabe des Grundwerkes. - Das Werk zerfällt in drey Theile. Der erste handelt von der Verbindung der Herrschaften mit der Staatsverwaltung und der Herrschaft mit Ihren Beamten der zweite von den Verhältnissen der Herrschaft zu ihren Unterthanen, und der dritte von solchen Rechten und Pflichten der Herrschaften gegen die Staatsverwaltung so wohl, als gegen die Unterthanen, welche in den beyden ersten Theilen nicht behandelt werden (Einleitung). - Einbände stärker berieben u. bestoßen. Die gefalt. Tabellen tlw. an den Rändern etw. überstehend u. hier mit kl. Läsuren. Gebräunt u. stockfleckig. - Vgl. Schlossar 64 (kennt nur die häufigere 2. Auflage von 1827 mit 2 Suppl.-Bdn. von 1839).

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        Historien. Von des Ehrwirdigen inn GOtt seligen thewren Manns Gottes / Doctoris Martini Luthers / anfang /Lehr / leben vnnd sterben. Alles ordentlich der Jarzahl nach / wie sich alle sachen zu jeder zeyt haben zugetragen / Durch den Alten HErrn M. Johann. Matthesium gestelt / und alles für seinem selgen Ende verfertiget. Mit Römischer Keyserlicher Maiestat Freyheit / in zehen Jaren nit nachzudrucken.

      8 nn. Bl., fol. 212. Kl.4 (20,5 x 15 cm) Schweinsleder d. Z. auf abgeschrägten Holzdeckeln, 2 intakten Leder-Messing-Schließen und reicher Blind- und Schwarzprägung. Gering berieben und bestoßen gebräunt und mit 5 kleinen Flecken/Verfärbungen auf Vorderdeckel Vorsatze angeschmutzt erste 3 Bl. angerändert Papier gebräunt und teils braunfleckig auf vorderem Spiegel und fliegenden Vorsätzen mit hs. Glossen und Besitzeinträgen wohl aus dem Zeitraum von 1570 bis zum 4. 11. 1916 (Großmutter aus Bad Godesberg schenkt das Buch ihrem Enkel Hellmuth Vögeding). Der Einband, vorne datiert mit 1572 und monogrammiert mit IB (= der Drucker Johannes vom Berg? Somit wäre dies sein Handexemplar), zeigt auf beiden Deckeln in einer Fileten-Rahmung die allegorischen Frauengestalten wie Spes, Charitas, Iustitia, Fides als Rollstemel-Prägung weiter innen folgt ein weiterer umlaufender Rollstempel mit heroischen Männerköpfen ein großer rechteckiger Plattenstempel zeigt mittig vorne die Offenbarung und hinten Maria mit dem Kind, beides mit lateinischer Inscriptio: "Dies ist mein Sohn, an dem ich Wohlgefallen gefunden habe" "Jungfrau Maria, die Mutter Gottes des allerheiligsten Erlösers." Zu Leben, Werk, Editions- und Rezeptionsgeschichte des Predigers Mathesius (1504-1565) vgl. Jöcher II,101ff Goedeke II 101, 190, 629 VD16 M 1494 RGG III, 2048. Er genoß das Vertrauen Luthers und Melanchthons und war häufiger Gast bei L.s Tischgesprächen, von denen er etliche mitschrieb und edierte. Vorbildlich kümmerte er sich um die Bergbaugemeinde Joachimsthal (ab 1545), was ihm schließlich, auch wegen der Bedeutung des Silberbergbaus in Joachimsthal, die Begnadigung durch Ferdinand I. einbrachte, als er im Schmalkadischen Krieg wegen Hochverrat angeklagt war: Urache war seine Parteinahme für die falsche (protestantische) Seite. Vorliegende 17 Predigten (von insges. ca. 1500 überlieferten M.s), in denen er die Biographie Luthers lieferte, erschienen posthum zuerst 1566, dies ist also die zweite Ausgabe, und zählen neben den "Sarepta" (Bergwerkspostille) zu seinen Hauptwerken. Sie sind die "bahnbrechende erste eigentliche Lebensbeschreibung Luthers" (RGG, III, 2048). Provenienz: aus dem Besitz des pietistischen Erbauungsschriftstellers Erdmann Heinrich Graf Henckel von Donnersmarck mit dessen hs. Besitzvermerk auf Innendeckel. Nach dem Studium und folgender Reisetätigkeit lernte er z. B. Francke, Arndt und Spener kennen und blieb ihnen verbunden. Es gelang ihm nicht, eine öffentliche Stelle zu erreichen, so dass er als Herr auf Pölzig in Sachsen-Altenberg privatisierte und sein Seelenheil anstrebte. ADB 11, 731.

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        Sechs kleinformatige Porträts auf drei beidseitig bemalten Blättern. Originale Tuschzeichnungen eines holländischen Meisters auf getöntem Büttenpapier.

      (kleine Randläsuren) Laut Katalogeintrag eines renommierten Berliner Buch- und Kunstauktionshauses wurden diese Zeichnungen von Herrn Holm Bevers, Hauptkustos für niederländische und englische Kunst, Kupferstichkabinett der staatlichen Museen zu Berlin, Preußischer Kulturbesitz (SMPK) für das Auktionshaus begutachtet: Die vorliegenden Darstellungen stammen vermutlich aus einem Bilderbogen mit Darstellungen zeitgenössischer Antwerpener Gelehrter und Humanisten. Diese Darstellungen könnten dem Umkreis von Pieter de Jode zuzuordnen sein. Darstellungen desselben Formats sind zudem wohl als Vorzeichnungen zu Kupferstichen von Marten de Vos bekannt. - Pieter de Jode der Ältere (geb. 1570 in Antwerpen gest. 9. August 1634 in Antwerpen) war ein flämischer Kupferstecher und Verleger, Marten de Vos, auch Martin oder Maerten de Vos (geb. 1532 in Antwerpen gest. 4. Dezember 1603 in Antwerpen), war ein flämischer Maler des nördlichen Manierismus. - Thieme-Becker XIX, Seite 31ff. (für Jode), Th.-B. XXXIV, S.555 f. (für Vos).

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        Münzverruf vom 12. 3. 1571.

      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.

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        In V Libros Decretalium, Commentaria, Ad D L Paulo Rosello...

      1570. Important Commentaries on Papal Decrees Enhanced with Excellent Notes Innocent IV [1195-1254], Pope. Roselli, Lucio Paolo [d. 1552], Annotations. Ubaldi, Baldo degli [1327?-1400], Commentary. Legge, Leonardo [fl. c.1550-1580], Commentary. In V Libros Decretalium, Commentaria, Ad D.L. Paulo Rosello Adnotationibus, Summarijsque Quibusdam in Locis ab Hinc Multos Annos Ornata. Nunc Vero M. D. Leonardi a Lege Iuriscon. Mantuani Diligentiori Studio Recognita, Atque ab Innumeris Erroribus, Quibus Summi Viri Depravata Passim & Mutila Ubique se Deprehendisse Conquerebantur, Tam in Textu, Quam in Allegationibus Integritati Suae Restituta: Novis Rerum Omnium Notabilium Summis Amplius Duobus Millibus in Locis, In Quibus Deerant, Atque Additionibus Eiusdem Illustrata, Ne Indigne sub Soelicibus Tqanti Hominis Auspiciis in Publicam Prodirent Utrilitatem. Venice: [Apud Bernardinum Maiorinum Parmensem], 1570. [xvi], 684; [92] pp. Two parts, each with title page. Part II has title beginning: Margarita, Baldi de Ubaldis Doctoris Eminentissimi iam Aliquot Annos ad Innocentii IIII. Pont. Max. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8-1/2"). Contemporary flexible vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title and somewhat later small hand-lettered label to spine, ties lacking. Some rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends bumped, a few minor stains and spots, light soiling to spine. Light toning to text, light foxing and faint dampspotting to a few leaves. A handsome copy of a scarce title. * First edition (in this form). Innocent IV, pope from 1243 to 1254, was one of the most dynamic and influential leaders of the medieval period. He began his career as a lawyer. Educated in law at the Universities of Parma and Bologna, where he may have taught after finishing his studies, he went on to a career as a church official and was considered to be one of the finest canonists of his time. His Commentaria, also known as the Apparatus in Quinque Libros Decretalium, is a influential commentary on papal decrees in the books of the Corpus Juris Canonici. Our 1570 edition is enhanced by the commentary of Roselli and the appended interpretive summary/index by Ubaldi, which includes notes by Legge. A second edition was published in 1571. Both editions of this work are scarce. OCLC locates 6 copie

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        Postill Oder Außlegung der Fest - und Feyrtäglichen Evangelien durch das gantze Jar, Sambt Außführlicher Erklärung der Historien vom Leyden und Sterben Christi. Item: Vierzehen Predigen von der H. Communion in einer und beyder Gestallt. Deßgleichen ein nützliches Register [...].

      Fol. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. breiter illustr. Kupferbordüre, zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten u. Initialen sowie 59 (dav. 16 größere von Virgil Solis) Textholzschnitten. 10 nn. Bll., DCXCIX [699] S., Schweinsldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln a. 5 Bünden m. reicher Blindprägung, handschriftl. Rückenschild, dreiseitigem Farbschnitt u. 2 Schließen. Erstausgabe dieser Fortsetzung von Scherers Postill Oder Außlegung der Sonntäglichen Evangelien durch das gantze Jahr. - Die 16 tlw. wiederholten großen Holzschnitte zur Passion mit figürlicher Bordüre von Virgil Solis stammen aus der Zeit um 1570.- Der Tiroler Jesuit Georg Scherer (1540-1605) war u.a. Hofprediger an der Hofburgkapelle zu Wien. Immer wieder hatte er die Erzherzöge Ernst, Matthias und Maximilian als Zuhörer. Dadurch trug Scherer sehr zur Festigung und Verteidigung des Katholizismus in den österreichischen Landen bei. Aus seinen gedruckten Kanzelreden erfahren wir, wie er selbst gegen Juden und Moslems polemisierte. Seine Vorstellungen von Teufelsaustreibungen und Hexenwahn waren stark übertrieben, ja gefährlich. Zugleich aber gewann er viele Menschen zum katholischen Glauben zurück, der berühmteste unter ihnen war Melchior Klesl, der berühmte spätere Oberhirte in Wien. - Einband berieben u. fleckig. Titel m. kl. alten Besitzvermerken. Etw. gebräunt u. stock- bzw. braunfleckig. Kopfsteg tlw. schwach wasserrandig.Vereinzelt m. Bleistiftanstreichungen am seitlichen Rand. - Insgesamt schönes Exemplar dieser seltenen Predigtsammlung. - VD17, 12:633384S (nur ein Exemplar in der Bayerischen Staatsbibliothek München) Vgl. De Backer/S. VII, 763, 43.

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        Geschichte Ostfrieslands - in 3 Bänden komplett

      Band 1: Bis 1570 Band 2: Von 1570-1751 Band 3: Unter preußischer Regierung bis zur Abtretung an Hannover von 1744-1815. mit einem Porträt von Onno Klopp und einer farbigen Faltkarte am Ende des 3. Bandes - EA., OHLdr. mit Rückenvergoldung auf Bünden, Dünndruck, VII/472 S./VI/634 S./469 S. Osnabrück, im Selbstverlage des Verfassers, 1854/1856/1858. Inhalt Band 1: Erster Zeitraum: Von der Urzeit Ostfrieslands bis zum Einbruch des Dollarts, 1277 Zweiter Zeitraum: Vom Aufkommen der Häuptlinge bis an den Beginn der Reformation. Vom Ende des dreizehnten Jahrhunderts bis 1517 Dritter Zeitraum: Vom Beginn der Reformation bis zum Ausbruch des Bruderzwistes zwischen Edzard II. und Johann. 1517-1570. Band 2: Vierter Zeitraum: Von dem Ausbruch des Bruderzwistes zwischen Edzard II. und Johann bis zum osterhusischen Vergleiche 1570-1611 Fünfter Zeitraum: Vom osterhusischen Vergleiche 1611 bis zur Besetzung Gretsiels und Emdens durch brandenburgische Truppen 1683 Sechster Zeitraum: Von der Besetzung Gretsiels durch die Brandenburger bis zum Aussterben des Hauses Cirksena und der neuen Ordnung der Dinge durch den Preußischen König Friedrich II. 1683-1751. Band 3: Siebenter Zeitraum, in 15 Abschnitten /// Rücken- und Einbandkanten der Bände 1 u. 2 stärker beschabt, -ecken bestoßen. Band 1: Porträt lose, Papier der Titel und der nachfolgenden 5 Seiten fachgerecht restauriert, allerdings stellenweise mit Textverlust (betrifft 2 Seiten des Vorwortes), 1. Vorsatz fehlt, 2. Vorsatzseite gebräunt und mit Rest eines Aufklebers und Eckfehlstelle (ca. 4 x 2 cm), Rückseite Titel ebenfalls mit Rest eines eingeklebten Zeitungsausschnitts, Vorwortseite mit kleiner Eckfehlstelle. Band 2: 1. Vorsatz mit Eckfehlstelle Band 3: Titelseite mit Fehlstelle (ca. 5,7 x 2 cm) und oben eingeschnittener Streifen. Minimal kleiner als die beiden anderen Bände, da neu eingebunden. Rückenbild identisch, nur Einband etwas heller. Alle Bände stellenweise etwas braun-/stockfleckig, minimale Anstreichungen, sonst gut erhalten. Komplett als EA. sehr selten!

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        SIGNED BY ST. JOHN NEUMANN. Divi Thomae Aquinatis Doctoris Angelici Quaestiones Quodlibetales Duodecim [bound with the following by Aegedius Romanus] In Librum Solomonis qui Cantica Canticorum Inscribitur Commentaria

      Romae: Giulio Accolti. "In Librum Solomonis" published by Antonio Blado in 1555. 78 leaves + 18 leaves. Vellum boards in good condition. Institutional library stamps and ascension number to title and following page. Lacking front free endpaper. Occasional foxing, mild dampstaining. 32x22cm. A minor philosophical work of Aquinas written before the Summa Theologica, together with a commentary on the Song of Songs by Giles of Rome, who is known especially for medieval political philosophy in De Regimine Principium. From the library of American Catholic Saint and Cardinal John Neumann, C.SS.R., with his signature as bishop of Philadelphia (between 1852 and 1860). . Good. Hardcover. 1570.

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        Tabula aurea magistri Petri de Bergomo, ordinis fratrum Praedicatorum, doctoris celeberrimi, in omnia divi Thomae Aquinatis opera. Cum additionibus conclusionum, concordantiis dictorum eius, ac divinae scripturae auctoritatibus. Cum suis regulis ad...

      ...ipsius declarationem, de quibus in praefatione sequenti. - 2 Teile in 1 Band., Mit großer, gest. Druckermarke auf dem Titel. Das alte Rückenschild mit Randfehlstellen 4 der Vordervorsätze etwas fingerfleckig Titel und wenige weitere Bll. gering fingerfleckig kl. Stempel auf und verso Titel Bis auf den Titel und das weisse Blatt nach dem Vorwort durchgehend im Satzspiegel bzw. Druckspiegel gebräunt - häufig stärker oder stark, nur wenige Bll. etwas oder leicht gebräunt auch die Blattränder teils gebräunt und braunfleckig es dürfte sich um einen papierbedingten Mangel handeln - die Blätter sind aber in keiner Weise brüchig und der Text ist gut lesbar. Der vorliegende Band ist Teil bzw. Ergänzungsband der auf Veranlassung von Papst Pius V. herausgegebenen Thomas von Aquin-Edition (18 Bände, Rom 1570-71 - Nachdrucke bzw. Titelauflagen: Venedig 1593 und Antwerpen 1612) der Titel "Tabula aurea" wurde für diese Edition erstmals verwendet es handelt sich um einen Generalindex ("Tabula super opera Thomae Aquinatis", erstmals Bologna 1473 oder 1475) und eine Konkordanz ("Etymologiae seu concordantiae conclusionum Thomae Aquinatis", erstmals Venedig 1476) zum Werk von Thomas von Aquin, verfasst von dem Dominikanermönch Pietro Maldura da Bergamo (gest. 1482) die deutlich andere Papierqualität des Titelblatts (und des zu diesem gehörenden weissen Blattes) lassen darauf schließen, daß es sich hier um ein Exemplar der Ausgabe von 1570/71 handelt, das mit einem neuen Titelblatt versehen wurde (in der Kollation ist der Band identisch mit den Ausgaben von 1570/71 und 1593). Graesse VII, 136.

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