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        Historia di Zighet, ispugnata da Suliman, re de' turchi, l'anno MDLXVI. Nuovamente mandata in luce.

      Venedig, Bolognino Zaltieri, 1570. - 4to. 24, (2) pp. With woodcut printer's device to t. p. 18th century marbled wrappers. Rare second Italian edition (published a year after the almost unobtainable first Turin printing) of this historically important account of the events of the Battle of Szigetvár, fought between the Turkish and the Habsburgian forces. The final page treats the number of Turkish soldiers killed in the battle. - On September 8, 1566, after a month-long siege, the Ottoman army captured the fortress of Szigetvár and beheaded the defender, Miklós Zrínyi; more than 20,000 soldiers died. Shortly before the decisive battle, Sultan Süleyman the Magnificent, who personally led the campaign, died of old age after a reign of 46 years - the longest in Ottoman history. In spite of the Turkish victory, the death of their leader, the heavy losses suffered during the siege, and an early winter caused the Ottoman army to withdraw to Istanbul. Only in 1689 did the Hungarians re-capture the city. - The first edition ("Historia Sigheti") was published in Latin by Caspar Stainhofer in Vienna in 1568. It was purportedly a translation from the Croat language, prepared by Samuel Budina (cf. Apponyi 422). The supposed author, Fran Crnka (Ferenc Czerno), was Zrínyi's surviving chamberlain. According to Göllner, the actual author (though more likely, the editor) may have been Alfonso de Ulloa (d. 1580), who also published "Commentari della Guerra" and "Historie di Europa", both appearing at Zaltieri's press in the same year as the present work. - Extremely rare; a single copy at auctions internationally since 1950. Edit 16, CNCE 13812. Apponyi 439. Göllner 1270. BM-STC Italian 652. Hammer 761. Szabó 603. Ballagi 718. Hubay 277. Not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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      Venetia: Appresso Dominico de' Franceschi [but Giovanni Battista Pasquali], 1570. Hardcover. A Famous Counterfeit Palladio, and an Unlikely Survival in an 18th Century Paper Binding. 365 x 267 mm (14 3/8 x 10 1/2"). 2 p.l., 63, [1] pp.; [1] leaf (title), 76 pp.; [2] leaves, 42 pp., [2] leaves; [1] leaf (title), 131, [1] pp. AN ORIGINAL BINDING OF FLEXIBLE TEXTURED PAPER BOARDS BACKED WITH DAUBED PAPER, the volume contained in a modern wooden folding box covered in patterned paper and with a gilt-stamped cloth back. With engraved title pages and 218 ARCHITECTURAL ENGRAVINGS, 158 OF THEM FULL-PAGE. Fowler 232. Covers with large, faint water spots, lower cover with one-inch tear to fore edge, paper split over one spine band, general wear to spine and extremities, but the insubstantial original paper binding remarkably solid and certainly pleasing as an unlikely survival. Faint dampstains to lower third of leaves in final gathering and to inner margin of parts of books III and IV, occasional minor marginal stains, mild foxing, or thumbing, but an extremely bright and fresh copy with wide margins. This is a famous facsimile of an early edition of Palladio's widely influential work on architecture, offered here in a most intriguing binding. The brainchild of architectural historian Tommaso Temmanza and the British Consul in Venice, Joseph Smith (1673/4?-1770), it is universally recognized for its very accurate reproduction of the first printing of 1570, with especially fine engraved versions of the original woodcuts. A famous collector and connoisseur whose library of early printed books was a frequent stop on the Grand Tour of the Continent, Smith partnered with printer G. B. Pasquali to issue limited editions of fine replica copies of great works in his collection. Perhaps he did this out of an altruistic desire to make the masterpieces available to others, or perhaps his motivation had more to do with the financial reversals he suffered from bank failures in England. Goethe, a great admirer of Palladio, acquired a copy of Smith's edition on his Italian tour, describing it as "not actually the first edition, but a very conscientious copy, edited by an Englishman. One must concede to the English that they have always known how to appreciate what is good." He even visited Smith's grave on the Lido, noting "to him I owe my copy of Palladio, and I offered up a grateful prayer." The binding here is particularly noteworthy: to begin with, 18th century books bound in paper are not especially common, and it is next to impossible to imagine that an original paper binding like this one would survive intact on a visually engaging large folio architectural book that invites frequent use. For more on the contents and author, see the previous item.

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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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        Vocabulaire François-Flameng Mis en Lumiere

      Jean Waesberghe, Anvers, 1570. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Contemporary stamped calf, sound, but lacking the leather on the bottom spine section. Wear to front endpaper with a small hole, light dampstain on the top edge for much of the volume, wormhole through the last two leaves and onto the rear endpaper and a pair of small holes in the upper margin occasionally just touching a letter; owner signature dated 1570 with an aphorism. A good, complete copy of this early French-Flemish dictionary by the lexicographer and aphorist. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Reference; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044316. .

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      Antwerp 1570 - Engraving with original hand-color. From Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Latin text on verso. Sheet size: 17 x 21 3/4".

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        Skrivelse till Kullings härads tingsrätt, undertecknad och daterad i Stockholm den 11 april 1649. 32x20 cm.

      (1) s. & en adressida. Med Lennart Torstenssons mörkröda lacksigill. Har varit vikt. Reva i vikningen och pappersförlust i nedermarginalen på adressbladet uppkommen vid öppnandet av brevet. Vacker handling ur autografsamlingen på Segersjö.. Kaplanen i Alingsås Erich Olai, måg till avlidne översten Wellam (Wilhelm) von Salzburg (1570-1648), har presenterat ett testamente till sig på överstens lösöre. Nu har överstens frus släktingar "låtit märckia, att difficultera honom samma testame", och herr Erich måste nu söka rätten mot dem, och får Torstenssons rekommendationer, så vida som lagen och rättvisan medgiva kan. Fältmarskalken och riksrådet Lennart Torstensson (1603-51) var vid denna tid generalguvernör i Västergötland, Dalsland, Värmland och Halland

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        Fortezza di Maina. "

      Greece: Venice Camocio "alla libraria del segno di S. Marco. " 1570-1574. Copper engraved birdseye of the 1570 seige of the Turkish fort of Maini at Porto Kagio by the Maniots, aided by the Venetian navy. from "Isole Famose, porti, fortezze, e terre Maritime sottoposte alla Ser. ma. Sig. ria di Venetia. " Verso blank. The scene shows the Turkish forces within the castle being beseiged by the Maniots from the land with the Venatian fleet in the bay. Printed annotations within the plate. Dark impression, some spotting, mainly to margins: printed somewhat crooked on the page; upper margin 4-10mm In the late 1560s and 1570s many Atlases were issued in Venice in loose sheets assembled to order. or as a more or less uniform collection of maps with printed title page. Camocio issued several "Isolario" during the period 1566 -1575. He died in the plague outbrake in Venice in 1575. No further atlases appeared under his imprint however many of the plates passed into the stock of Donato Bertelli. Blackmer/ Navari: 274. Phillips, Atlases :3975. BnF "Collection d'Anville": 06147. Greece Peloponessus Porto Kaigo Mani

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        Ship of Fooles] Stultifera nauis, qua omnium mortalium narratur stultitia, admodum vtilis & necessaria ab omnibus ad suam salutem perlegenda, è Latino sermone in nostrum vulgarem versa, & iam diligenter impressa. An. Do. 1570. The Ship of Fooles, wherin is shewed the folly of all states with diuers other workes adioyned vnto the same, very profitable and fruitfull for all men. Translated out of Latin into Englishe by Alexander Barclay priest

      London in Paules Church John Cawood 1570 - With 116 Woodcuts BARCLAY, Alexander, [translator]. [BRANT, Sebastian, author]. [Ship of Fooles]. Stultifera nauis, qua omnium mortalium narratur stultitia, admodum vtilis & necessaria ab omnibus ad suam salutem perlegenda, è Latino sermone in nostrum vulgarem versa, & iam diligenter impressa. An. Do. 1570. The Ship of Fooles, wherin is shewed the folly of all states with diuers other workes adioyned vnto the same, very profitable and fruitfull for all men. Translated out of Latin into Englishe by Alexander Barclay priest [London in Paules Church: John Cawood, 1570]. Second edition, the first obtainable (No complete copy of the first edition has been at auction in the past 75 years. One incomplete copy was at auction on 1975). Folio in sixes (10 1/2 x 7 1/4 inches; 270 x 185 mm). [12], 259, [3], [42, Mirrour], [24, Egloges] leaves. Present copy collated the same as Pforzheimer. Printed in black letter. With 116 woodcuts in the text and a woodcut on the title-page. "There are 116 woodcuts in the text of which 8 are repeated twice and 1 once. These illustrations are from the blocks cut for Pynson's edition, 1509 and, with the exception of two or three are very well preserved." (Pforzheimer 41). "In the present edition the Balade of our Lady which concluded the 1509 edition is omitted, while the verses excusing rudeness of the translation are transposed from beginning to end. " (Pfozheimer, 41). After the text of Ship of Fooles, this edition contains signatures A1-G6 The Mirrour of Good Maners and signatures A1-D6 the Egloges of Alexander Barclay. "The present is of considerable interest and value because of the Eglogues appended, the original editions of which are exceedingly rare." (Pforzheimer, 41). Full seventeenth century calf, rebacked with original spine laid down. Red calf spine label, lettered in gilt. All edges speckled red. Newer endpapers. A bit of rubbing to boards and edges. Occasional marginal dampstaining. Overall a very good copy. "According to Professor A.W. Ward, the popularity of this book may be safely asserted to have greatly exceeded that of any other didactic poem- the species of literature to which it belongs- ever written in a European tongue." (Pforzheimer 41) "His [Barclay's] stay at Ottery was brief but notable for the production of his first major work, The Ship of Fools, the translation of Sebastian Brant's Narrenschiff (1494) into English verse. It was printed in London in December 1509 (when Barclay had left the college) by Richard Pynson, who published most of the author's subsequent works. Barclay embellished his translation with copious additions. He dedicated it to Thomas Cornish, warden of the college and suffragan bishop in the diocese of Exeter, who may have been responsible for bringing him to Ottery, and included complimentary references to Henry VIII, Sir John Kirkham of Paignton, Devon, and John Bishop, rector of St Paul's Church, Exeter. The work enabled him to mount attacks on a range of contemporary social groups and practices: attacks which accord with traditions of social criticism going back to the fourteenth century, while reflecting some of the concerns of humanist writers in the early sixteenth. His targets included fond parents and ungrateful children, inconstant and evil women, all who wore extravagant clothes, pluralist clergy, ignorant gentlemen, avaricious merchants, corrupt lawyers and physicians, riotous servants, and sturdy undeserving beggars. He also took the opportunity to settle some private scores. The secondary clerks of the college were singled out for their unwillingness to learn, the neighbouring parish clergy for ignorance and worldliness, and a group of named men of Ottery (who appear to have been ordinary laity) for being frauds and thieves. The work shows a sympathy with humanist Latin, and criticizes those attached to the medieval grammar of Alexander of Ville-Dieu rather than to the works of Priscian and the Renaissance grammarian Giovanni Sulpizio." (Oxf [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Einband aus der Bibliothek des Peter Wok von Rosenberg. Inhalt: Eusebius Pamphilus: Ecclesiastica historia, sex prope seculorum res gestas complectens; (...): Et nunc ex fide Graecorum codicum , sic ut novum opus videripossit, per Jo. Jacobum Grynaeum (...).illustrata (...). EA der Grynaeus-Edition.

      8 Bll., 672 S., 30 Bll., 1 w. Bl.. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel und einer weiteren unterschiedlichen auf dem letzten Blatt sowie einigen Holzschnittinitialen. Folio. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln, mit reicher Rollen- und Plattenstempelprägung, silbergepr. Supralibro auf beiden Deckeln, 2 intakten Messing-Lederschliessen und Rotschnitt; Einband etwas berieben, fleckig und bestoßen; Silberprägung oxydiert; zahlr. winzige Wurmlöcher auf den Deckeln; Innendeckelbezug beider Deckel erneuert; Vordervorsatz herausgetrennt; Bll. durchgehend mit zahlr. winzigen Wurmlöchern (geringer Buchsstabenverlust); erste Bll. mit kleinen Wasserflecken im weissen Rand; Titel und erste sowie letzte Bll. etwas angerändert; Titel etwas angestaubt; gering stockfleckig und gebräunt; alter Namenszug und 2 Stempel auf dem Titel; Stempel auf Blatt 2. Exemplar aus der Biblitothek des Peter Wok von Rosenberg, der bedeutendsten böhmischen Privatbibliothek des 16. Jahrhunderts; hinterer Deckel mit dem Wappensupralibro Wok von Rosenbergs in einem Lorbeerkranz, datiert 1585, mit den Initialen von ihm und seiner Frau. Das Supralibro auf dem Vorderdeckel zeigt einen Ritter in voller Rüstung mit gezogenem Schwert auf einem galoppierenden Pferd; die Darstellung befindet sich in einem Sechspaß umgeben von einem Lorbeerkranz und mit dem Schriftband: "Petr Wok Wolff z Rozmberka M.D.XXC.V."; Peter Wok von Rosenberg (1539-1611) besaß in seinen Schlössern Rosenberg und Wittingau (Adalbert Stifters "Witiko") eine der bedeutendsten böhmischen Bibliotheken überhaupt. Zum Einband vgl. Goldschmidt, Gothic & Renaissance Bookbindings, Vol. I, Nr. 262 (mit Abbildung des Supralibros, das sich auf dem Vorderdeckel unseres Bandes befindet). Zum Eusebius: VD16, E-4282. .

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        Opera di M. Bartolomeo Scappi, cuoco secreto di papa Pio 5. divisa in sei libri, Nel primo si contiene il ragionamento che fa 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. Nel quinto si contiene l?Ordine di far diverse sorti di paste, e altri lavori. Nel sesto, & ultimo libro si ragiona de? convalescenti, & molte altri sorti di vivande per gli infermi. Con il discorso funerale che fu fatto nelle esequie di papa Paulo 3. Con le figure che fanno bisogno nella cucina, & alli reuerendiss. nel Conclave. Col privilegio del sommo Pontefice Papa Pio V. & dell?Illustriss. Senato Veneto per anni XX.

      ma In Venetia, appresso Michele Tramezzino 1570 Ritratto dell'autore e 27 cc di tavole (una doppia) in rame raffiguranti interni di cucine, arnesi del cuoco e una grande tavola su doppia pagina raffigurante il banchetto del Conclave del 1549. Iniziali xil. ornate, marca al front. e in fine. In alcuni esemplari il fasc. finale A1-4 è inserito dopo le c. preliminari. Tra i più interessanti trattati di gastromomia del sec. XVI. Oltre alla preparazione delle vivande, dedica un ampio studio sugli strumenti di lavoro e contiene centinaia di ricette di ogni genere. Rarissima prima edizioine. Cfr. A. Tinto, Annali tipografici dei Tramezzino, n. 232; B.IN.G., 1780; Simon, 1356; Marciana, 1496; Henssler, I p. 673.

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        SECUNDA PARS CHRONICI CARIONIS [Second Part of Carion's Chronicle] ab Augusto Caesare usque ad Carolum Magnum. Exposita & aucta a Philip. Melanth. Cum locupletissimo rerum ac verborum memorabilium indice

      Wittenberg (Vitebergae), 1570. Hardcover. Good. Octavo near-contemporary reversed calf with blind-stamped cartouche designs (tips and spine heavily worn with some loss of leather) xii +370pp + [32]pp index. Titlepage has tear (repaired) without loss and ownership inscription dated 1739, a few other early annotations, else clean and tight. *The second part of Carion's Chronicle edited and expanded by Melanchthon was first published in Wittenberg in 1560, 2 years after the first part. This appears to be the 2nd edition of Part 2, with no publisher given. Caspar Peucer published Part 3 - Charlemagne to Frederick II - in 1562, and Part 4 (titled by mistake "quinta pars") Frederick II to Charles V in 1566. This 2nd edition is rare, no copy found in library catalogues. It was followed by a 1573 Wittenberg edition published by Johannes Lufft with the same pagination. The four parts were first published in one volume in Wittenberg by Johannes Crato in 1572.

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        Historien, Von des Ehrwirdigen in Gott seligen theuren Manns Gottes, Doctoris Martini Luthers, anfang, Lere, leven unnd sterben, Alles ordenlich der Jarzal nach, wie sich alle sachen zu jeder zeit haben zugetragen

      Nürnberg, VomBerg 1570. 19 cm. (6), 212 Seiten Neuer Pappband - Goed. II, 190, 63g - Knaake III, 721-723 (vgl.) - VD16 M 1494 - Frühe Ausgabe der ersten Luther-Biographie in 17 Predigten, die posthum erstmals 1566 erschien. "Dieses erste ... protestantische Lebensbild des Reformators diente den Lutherbiographen und Reformationshistorikern als Quelle ersten Ranges" (NDB 16, 369). Stellenweise leicht gebräunt, erste Blatt in den Ecken fingerfleckig, ab Blatt 193 in der Ecke Feuchtigkeitsrand, letzte 2 Blatt Papierverlust im Rand ersetzt. -

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        Regni Neapolitani Verissima Secundum Antiquorum et Recentiorum Traditionem Descriptio, Pyrrho Ligorio Auct

      Antwerp: Ortelius, Abraham, 1570. unbound. very good(+). Map. Uncolored engraving. Image measures 14 3/8" x 19.75". Beautiful map of southern Italy. Latin text on verso. Published in "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Minor scattered staining, particularly in margins. Full original margins.

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        Anitii Manlii Severini Boethi Inter Latinos Aristotelis Interpretes et Aetate Primi, et Doctrina Praecipui Dialectica

      4to. Limp vellum wrappers. 712pp (four pages per leaf, hence approximately 178pp). Good plus overall. Outer wrappers rather soiled, but sound; two-line contemporary ink ownership inscription near bottom of title page; preliminary leaves age toned and occasional sporatic age toning throughout text; occasional light foxing. Early (not first) printing of this oft-reprinted text, a tight and attractive copy. Roman philosopher Boethius (ca. 480-524) wrote his most famous work, "The Consolation of Philosophy," while in prison in Pavia for conspiring against his former friend Theodoric, ruler of Rome, who named Boethius consul (510) and head of government and court services (520); in 524 he was executed without trial. Boethius's translations and commentaries on the ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle are credited with introducing him to the Western world. A millennium later, early printed versions such as this 1570 text reintroduced Aristotle to a far broader Western audience.

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        Analysis, Seu Resolutio Dialectica Quatuor Librorum Institutionum

      1570. Gremp von Freudenstein, Ludwig [1509-1583]. Analysis, Seu Resolutio Dialectica Quatuor Librorum Institutionum Imperialium: Una cum Quarundam Utilium Quaestionum Iuris Explicatione, Recognita, & Nitidior in Lucem nunc Iterum Emissa. Strassburg: Excudebat Theodosius Rihelius, [1570]. 393, [5] ff. [Bound with] Trachelaeus Statius, Franciscus. Ars Epistolica. Venice: Apud Petrum Bosellum, 1558. 14 ff. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, ties lacking. Light soiling, spine somewhat darkened, front free endpaper lacking. Large woodcut printer devices to title pages. Light toning. Annotations and underlining in some places, interior otherwise clean. * Analysis: first edition; Epistolica: only edition. Gremp von Freudenstein was a lawyer and state official who spent his professional life in Tubingen and Strassburg. A well-regarded commentary, Analysis, a study of the Institutes of Justinian, is a textbook commentary in question-and-answer form, following Justinian's Institutes book by book and title by title, paraphrasing, abridging, or adapting the text. It is equally interesting for its insights into the reception of Roman law at the end of the sixteenth century. Ars Epistolica is an essay on the art of writing letters. OCLC locates no copies of either title in North America. Analysis: Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts (VD16) ZV552; Epistolica: Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE67205.

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        Dictionarium, : quanta maxima fide ac diligentia fieri potuit accuratè emendatum, multísque partibus cumulatu (Dictionarium Septem linguarum)

      Lyon, 1570. Early Edition. Hardcover. Later pebbled cloth and leather, worn, front cover detached, spine perished but sewing and cords intact, soiling wear and old notes to title page, light dampstaining to last few pages and lacking the final two pages. A few old library marks, scattered browning and light stains, trimmed a bit close along top edge in spots touching the running title. No printer or place on title page but Adams locates it as Lyon (Adams 213). One of a number of 7 language editions of Calepino; Latin,. Hebrew, Greek, French, Italian, Spanish and German. (4), 1372 (of 1374). Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Reference; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043025. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Vita di Giesu cristo nostro redentore¿fatta volgare da M. Franc. Sansovino.Nella quale con Pia, et santa dottrina si espongono con facilità gli evangeli¿opera non meno necessaria a predicatori et parrocchini¿con le tavole dei vangeli correnti¿

      Venetia: (Comin da Trino). [Figurato-Religione] (cm. 30,5) bella mezza pelle recente nervi, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. -cc.16 nn., cc 465. con circa 180 xiliografie entro bella bordura architettonica con gli episodi della vita del redentore. Edizione molto rara. Riveduta ed ampliata dallo stesso Sansovino su quella del 1570. il Sansovino spiega il motivo di questa sua traduzione (vedi argelati II p.268) per la morte di una sua figlia undicenne, grande sollievo fu per lui la lettura di questa opera. La nostra edizione è fra le più rare del XVI sec. Manca ad Adams, BM.STC., Choix, Mortimer, e Moranti. Per la marca tipografica del Comin da Trino vedi Zappella fig. 552. manca l¿ultima carta probabilmente bianca, vecchi restauri marginali ad alcune carte e una macchia al margine interno, lontano dal testo di 6 cc.(cc212-217) altrimenti esemplare buono con nitide xilografie. All¿inizio si trovano in più, 4 pp.manoscritte antiche con ¿tavola per trovare li evangeli¿ *Haim ¿libri rari italiani¿ p150,è l¿unico riferimento bibliografico che abbiamo trovato. Il Census ICCU, registra solo 8 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane.[f56] . ottimo. Rilegato. 1576.

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        XVIII Histoires Tragiques

      1570. Romeo, Oh, Romeo! Where for Art Bill Shakes Found Us?'"Here, Dear Juliet, Here."The Earliest Obtainable Edition in Contemporary Binding[SHAKESPEARE SOURCE]. BANDELLO, Matteo, and BELLEFOREST, François de, and BOISTEAU, Pierre. XVIII Histoires Tragiques. Extraictes des oeuvres Italiennes de Bandel, & mises en langue Françoise. Les six premieres, par Pierre Boisteau, sur nommé Launay, natif de Bretaigne. Les douze fuiuans, par Franc. de Belle Forest, Comingeois. Turin: Cesar Farine, 1570. Fourth collected edition in (originally published in Lyon, 1560, and Paris 1563 and 1564; all scarce) containing the source material for Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Small octavo (4 3/4 x 3 in; 120 x 76 mm). [1,blank], 436, [3], [1, blank] ff. Contemporary full vellum. Yapp edges. Inked title to spine. Bookplate of Mandelle Memorial Library (Kalamazoo, Missouri), with its embossed stamp to titlepage. Vellum soiled, as expected. Small half-inch split to upper joint. A wonderful copy of an extremely rare book. Housed in a quarter black morocco clamshell case.OCLC/KVK record only one copy in libraries worldwide; institutionally rarer than the 1560 (3 cc) and 1563 (2 cc) editions. Only one copy has come to auction within the last thirty-six years, at Christie's-NY, May 22, 2001, lot 288 (with foxing, ink and damp stains); it sold for $9,600 ($8,000 plus 20% premium). No copies of the prior editions have been seen at auction during the same period. There are only two known copies of the 1564 edition, one of which has been rebound. The volume under notice is the earliest available edition in a contemporary binding.The first edition of Dominican friar Matteo Bandello's stories in the original Italian was published in Lucca, 1554. It contained 186 tales in various styles and genres ranging from the comic, bawdy, tragic, sentimental, and horrific. In 1559, Pierre Boisteau published a freely adapted French translation of six of Bandello's short stories. In the same year François de Belleforest published French translations of twelve more of Bandello's stories. In 1560, an edition from Lyon brought these eighteen stories into a single volume, reprinted by Vincent Norment & Jeanne Bruneau in Paris 1563 and 1564, and by Laurens Chancelier, Paris, 1564. The volume under notice reprints these earlier editions, each an extreme scarcity, the volume here only slightly less so. It was these French translations that won broad European popularity for Bandello's tales.It was Arthur Brooke's 1562 English rendering into verse of Boisteau's French translation of Bandello's La sfortunata morte di dui infelicissimi amanti (here as L'Histoire de deux amans, dont l'un mourut de vénin, l'autre de tristesse ), under the title The Tragicall Historye of Romeus and Juliet, that William Shakespeare directly used as the basis for his classic drama. The original Brooke is virtually unobtainable in the marketplace, with only two institutional copies recorded and no auction records since 1975. Yet, as Stuart Gillespie notes, "It is clear that Brooke was working with a story already familiar to the English audience" (Shakespeare's Books, p. 67), and while Shakespeare extensively reworked Brooke's stiff and tortured verse, the basic narrative was already part of his consciousness to re-imagine as his own. The differences between the Brooke and Shakespeare narratives are as distinct as their similarities but they both owe their existence to Bandello.This volume, then, is much ado about something, something very special, a rare and rich opportunity to possess the original source for arguably the most famous and celebrated tragic drama in the English language by the Western world's most venerated playwright. Romeo and Juliet is believed to date from between 1591 and 1595. It first appeared in print in the quarto edition of 1597. Cf. Brunet I, 638 (Lyon edition). Cf. Adams B145 (variant imprint). Cf. STC French p. 40 (variant imprint)

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        Dictionarium Latinogallicum. Ex Hoc, Latini Sermonis Cum Gallico

      Jacob Dupuys, Paris, 1570. Early Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full early vellum, soiled but otherwise in unusually good condition. Scattered minor browning and foxing, light creasing early on, old owner's names crossed out on title page, a few marginal notes in an early hand, generally quite clean. 1426pp in two columns. A lovely copy of Robert Estienne's influential Latin-French dictionary, a landmark achievement the model for other Latin to vernacular dictionaries published later in the 16th century, and the beginning of the process of a proper French to French dictionary (not achieved until the end of the 17th century). 13 1/2" x 8 1/2". a-z8 A-Z8 aa-zz8 AA-TT8 VV10. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043244. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Les epistres dorees, et discours salutaires. traduites d'Espagnol en Français par le Segneur de Guterry Docteur en Medecine. Ensemble la revolte que les Espagnols sirent contre leur jeune Prince. L'An M.D.XX l'yssue d'icelle. Avec un traitté des Travaux des mars.

      Paris, Par Jehan Ruelle le jeunne, 1570. - 16,5x10,5 cm. Portada con ancha orla de composición ortográfica. 8 hojas, 352+304+256 pp. De la p. 218 hasta el fin, contiene los "trabajos de las galeras". Encuadernación de la época en pergamino marfilado. Muy buen ejemplar. Buena y muy rara edición quinientista de las obras del obispo de Mondoñedo, Antonio de Guevara. Esta edición en lengua francesa es muy anterior a la que se conserva en la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid. Palau 110256. No en CCPB.

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        Delle fortificationi libri tre. -

      (Venezia, Percacino, 1570).In-folio. Legatura inglese del '700 in pelle maculata, dorso con tassello e ricchi fregi oro. Con 37 illustrazioni [18 a doppia pagina (margine superiore ed inferiore di alcune un po? rifilato)]. (62), 406 pp.; senza i due fogli bianchi, piccoli forellini di tarlo negli ultimi 4 fogli, e lieve naturale ossidazione della carta; bell'esemplare proveniente dalla magnifica biblioteca dei conti di Macclesfield, con due loro ex-libris sulle risguardie e timbro a secco sui primi 4 fogli. Rara edizione originale di questa straordinaria opera dell?architetto carpetano. E? divisa in tre libri: nel primo discute il modo di costruire, criticando le fortezze edificate dei suoi contemporanei per la scarsa resistenza all?artiglieria; nel secondo spiega come disegnare le fortezze; e nel terzo tratta la scelta dei luoghi su cui fabbricare, la qualità dei terreni e i materiali da utilizzare. «Oltre il merito intrinseco vanta quest?opera ancor quello di essere stampata con magnificenza. La qualità della carta, l?ampiezza del margine, la forma de? caratteri, l?incisione delle tavole concorrono tutte insieme a rendere pregevole l?edizione, la quale è al certo superiore a tutte le altre di quel secolo che trattano di fortificazioni...» (Marini, Bibl. di fortificazione, pp.27-29). Riccardi I, 23. Mortimer, Harvard, 15. Breman, Military architecture, 11: «Only printing of the most extravagant and beautiful fortification book of the sixteenth century.» Rare. The «work seems to have been printed only for private distribution and in a fairly small edition - but it still produced a ?remainder?: the sheets were reissued in 1584?» (Breman). With 37 engr. illustrations (18 double-page). Without 2 blank leaves, a few engravings shaved at head and foot, slight worming in last 4 leaves and mild toning of the paper, but a good copy from the library of the Earl of Macclesfield, with his bookplate and blind-stamped coat-of-arms on first leaves, bound in 18th century tree calf, spine gilt.

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        Dictionarium Latinogallicum. Ex Hoc, Latini Sermonis Cum Gallico

      Jacob Dupuys, Paris, 1570. Early Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Pull early vellum, soiled but otherwise in unusually good condition. Scattered minor browning and foxing, light creasing early on, old owner's names crossed out on title page, a few marginal notes in an early hand, generally quite clean. 1426pp in two columns. A lovely copy of Robert Estienne's influential Latin-French dictionary, a landmark achievement the model for other Latin to vernacular dictionaries published later in the 16th century, and the beginning of the process of a proper French to French dictionary (not achieved until the end of the 17th century). 13 1/2" x 8 1/2". Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Over 3 kilos. Category: Language & Linguistics; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043244. . This book is extra heavy, and may involve extra shipping charges to some countries.

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        Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio

      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. Amsterdam Amsterdam Burden 39, Van den Broecke 9. 510 370

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        Russiae, Moscoviae et Tartariae descriptio.

      Incisione in rame, colorata d'epoca, mm 350x445, ricca di fascinose raffigurazioni di animali e scene di vita delle popolazioni indigene; tratta dall'originale disegnato dal mercante inglese Jenkinson della "English Muscovy Company", disegnato nel 1562. Egli viaggiò spesso in Russia e Bukhara verso la fine degli anni '50. Inserita dalla prima edizione in "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" il primo atlante moderno, comprendente carte di tutte le zone del mondo; la geniale intuizione di Ortels, latinizzato successivamente, fu appunto questa: prima d'allora la produzione cartografica era stata irregolare, locale a livello di produzione ed i pochi atlanti, i cosiddetti "Atlanti Lafreriani" erano costituiti su richiesta raccogliendo carte di alcune zone, ignorando le altre. Ortelius riunì in un unico corpus la produzione cartografica eterogenea del periodo, costituendo la base per un'impresa editoriale di enorme successo, pubblicata dal 1570 al 1612. Questo esemplare proviene dall'ultima edizione latina del 1612; in bella coloritura antica, molto ben conservato sebbene su carta brunita, comune nelle ultime edizioni, ampi margini. Restauro ai margini est. della piega centrale. Van den Broecke, 162.

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        Tvrcici Imperii Descriptio

      Mappa del Medio Oriente, della Turchia e del Mediterraneo orientale dalla Sicilia a Cipro, dall'edizione francese del 1598 del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, il primo atlante moderno del mondo. Basata sulla mappa murale del Gastaldi dell'Asia, copre l'Impero Ottomano al suo culmine, e comprende territori nei Balcani, l'Anatolia, Levante, Arabia e Nord Africa. Molto decorativa e dispone di un cartiglio ornato con due putti in cima, quattro navi a vela, e un mostro marino nel Mar Nero. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a man, in ottime condizioni. Ortelius' map of the Middle East, Turkey and the Eastern Mediterranean from Sicily to Cyprus, from the 1598 French edition of Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, the first modern atlas of the world. Based upon Gastaldi's wall map of Asia and covering the Ottoman Empire at its height, the map includes territories in Balkans, Anatolia, Levant, Arabia and North Africa. This example is also quite decorative and features an ornate cartouche with two putti atop, four sailing vessels, and a sea monster in the Black Sea. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke 169. 490 375

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        Commentarii in libros sex Pedacii Dioscoridis Anazarbei de Medica materia, iam denuo ab ipso autore recogniti, et locis plus mille aucti. Adictis plantarum, & animalium Iconibus

      supra priores editiones longe pluribus, ad vivum delineatis... Venice, Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1570. Folio (320 x 210mm). pp. (clxiv), 956, (12), with printer's device on title and colophon leaf and 1029 woodcuts in the text, including six large woodcuts of stills, small tear on 4H2 affecting a few letters, marginal wormwhole on last two leaves not affecting text, a fine, clean, crisp copy in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden boards, with one of two brass clasps. A handsome edition, the sixth Latin edition published by Valgrisi, expanded both textually and iconographically, with over 300 new woodcuts appearing here for the first time. This is the most complete appearance of the series of smaller woodcuts, comprising the original group first published in 1554, the 133 new ones added in 1558, and the 325 created for this edition. These woodcuts by Giorgio Liberale and Wolfgang Meyerpeck, intermediate in size, were the models for the larger figures by the same artists, and the blocks themselves were used for several subsequent editions of Mattioli as well as influencing and being copied by other illustrated herbals. This edition also includes the 'De ratione distillandi aquas ex omnibus plantis', illustrated by the large cuts of stills. Provenance: early inscription on title: 'Monasterii Gottwicensis' (Benedictine monastry in Gottweig, Austria); Horticultural Society of New York, Kenneth K. Mackenzie bequest October 1934, with bookplate; Robert de Belder. Adams D673; Durling 3013; Johnston 102; Nissen BBI, 1305; Wellcome 4145.

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        Regionis Bitrigum Exactis Descriptio../ Limaniae Topographia..

      coppia di carte geografiche in u nfoglio, tratto dal "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", edizione latina del 1603. Two maps on one plate, showing Auvergne and Limanie. Taken from the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", latin edition of 1603. Anversa Antwerpen Van den Broecke 39. 485 317

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      "Bulino, 1570 circa. Esemplare di primo stato di due, avanti l?indirizzo di Antonio De Paoli. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana ?cervo nel cerchio?, con inusuali ampi margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Anonima opera sulla mitica isola della Frislandia attribuita ad Antonio Lafrery. La prima mappa nota raffigurante la sola isola. Come descritto dal Tooley della lastra esiste un secondo stato con l?indirizzo dell?editore De Paoli, è quindi probabile che la mappa sia stata stampata a Roma. La Frislandia, nota anche come Frisland, è un'isola fantasma che appare su pressoché tutte le mappe dell'Atlantico settentrionale dal 1560 fino al 1660. In origine il nome era forse un riferimento all'Islanda (""Freezeland"", terra del gelo in inglese), ma la mappa del navigatore veneziano Nicolò Zeno del 1558 la riporta come un'isola completamente separata a Sud dell'Islanda, ed in questo modo apparve sulle mappe per i successivi 100 anni. Diversi cartografi poi la riportarono sulle loro mappe, fra cui Gastaldi, Mercator e Abraham Ortelius. Quest? isola inesistente, creò in seguito molta confusione nel tracciare le rotte per la Groenlandia e l'isola di Baffin: Martin Frobisher, durante la sua esplorazione nel 1576 riportò ""avvistamenti di un'alta e rocciosa terra"". Quello che aveva visto era in realtà la costa della Groenlandia, ma dato che stava seguendo la mappa di Mercator, la confuse con la Frislandia (che rivendicò in nome della regina Elisabetta). La presenza della Frislandia era accettata dalla maggioranza dei cartografi, tanto da apparire anche su una mappa di Tobias Conrad Lotter, del XVIII secolo. Il falso mito della Frislandia fu svelato quando gli esploratori, principalmente dall'Inghilterra e dalla Francia, tracciarono e ridisegnarono tutte le acque nordoccidentali. Antoine Lafréry, nativo di Orgelet nel 1512, è certamente presente nel panorama romano intorno al 1540, dove si formò nella bottega di Antonio Salamanca.Il Lafrèry fu il primo che, nel 1570, per compiacere le esigenze del mercato che richiedeva opere complete e informazioni organiche piuttosto che fogli sciolti, difficili da conservare e più facilmente soggetti al deperimento e all?usura, decise di raccogliere e pubblicare tutti i suoi rami cartografici in un unico volume. È noto un solo esemplare di frontespizio, dal titolo: la Geografia/Tavole moderne di geografia/de la maggior parte del mondo/di diversi autori/raccolte et messe secondo l?ordine/di Tolomeo/con i disegni di molte città et/fortezze di diverse provintie/stampate in rame con studio et diligenza/in Roma, una sorta di primo progetto di atlante." Anonymous work depicting the legendary island of Frisland, ascribed to Antonio Lafrery. First map of the island. As decribed by Tooley, there is also a second state of the plate, with the address of the publisher, De Paoli; therefore, this map could have been published in Rome. Frisland is a mythical island that appeared on virtually all of the maps of the North Atlantic from the 1560s through the 1660s. It originally referred to Iceland ("Freezeland"), but after the Zeno Map (1558) placed it as an entirely separate island south of Iceland, it appeared that way on maps for the next 100 years. Many cartographers have afterwards depicted the island on their maps, among them Gastaldi, Mercator and Ortelius. Frisland appears to be born out of confusion between an imaginary island and the actual southern part of Greenland and the Baffin island: Martin Frobisher, while exploring the Arctic in 1576, reported the sighting of "another rocky land". He was actually looking at the coasts of Greenland, but following the map of Mercator he thought it was the Frisland island (which he claimed in the name of Queen Elizabeth). Its existence was accepted by almost every cartographer and even in the mid 18th century T. C. Lotter clearly depicted the land. The myth of Frisland was exposed as explorers, chiefly from England and France, charted and mapped the north-west waters. Roma Rome Bibliografia: Tooley, Italia Atlases, p. 28, 222. Dimensioni 248x184.

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        Videbis Greciae limites divisos per motes flumina & mari, nominib. Hodienis ad hunc modu..

      Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1570, priva di firma. Esemplare della prima edizione del 1578. Magnifica prova, bellissima coloritura coeva, con margini, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Al verso testo latino e numero romano XI. La mappa deriva dalla carta di Giacomo Gastaldi, pubblicata a Venezia nel 1560 da Fabio Licinio. Gerard de Jode, era cartografo, incisore, tipografo ed editore nella città di Anversa, attivo all?incirca nello stesso periodo di Ortelius. Nel 1547 ottenne il privilegio per l?attività editoriale, tuttavia non fu mai in grado di rappresentare un?effettiva minaccia per il suo rivale in affari. Per ironia della sorte, pubblicò il famoso Mappamondo del rivale, in otto fogli, nel 1564. Il suo atlante più importante, lo Speculum Orbis Terrarum, oggi estremamente raro, non poté essere pubblicato fino al 1578, ovvero otto anni dopo il Theatrum Orbis Terraum di Ortelius, che aveva ottenuto il monopolio per l?editoria cartografica ad Anversa. Le carte del De Jode furono finemente tradotte su rame nel tipico stile fiammingo dai fratelli Joannes e Lucas van Doetecum, i migliori intagliatori di mappe del tempo. Alla morte di Gerard, il figlio Cornelis pubblicò, nel 1593, una ristampa accresciuta dell?atlante. Etching and engraving, circa 1570, without signature. Example of the first edition of 1578. Magnificent proof, magnific contemporary colour, with margins, in perfect condition. Latin text on verso and Roman numeral XI. The map is derived from the work by Giacomo Gastaldi, published in Venice in 1560 by Fabio Licinio. Gerard de Jode, was a cartographer, engraver, printer and publisher in Antwerp, active around the same period of Ortelius. In 1547 he obtained the privilege for the publishing business, but was never able to represent a real threat to his business rival. Ironically, he published a major rival of the Globe, in eight sheets, in 1564. His most important atlas, Speculum Orbis Terrarum, now extremely rare, could not be released until 1578, ie eight years after the Theatrum Orbis Terraum of Ortelius, who had obtained a monopoly for the Cartographic Publishing Antwerp. The papers of De Jode were finely translated copper in typical Flemish brothers Joannes and Lucas van Doetecum, the best engravers of maps of the time. On the death of Gerard, the son Cornelis published in 1593, a reprint of the atlas increased. Anversa Antwerpen The New Hollstein, The Doetecum Family part III; Zacharakis, A Catalogue of Printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800, p., 164, 1759. 510 390

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      Tra il 1560 ed 1575 Camocio pubblicò circa quaranta carte di grande formato e molte furono le carte di piccolo formato pubblicate sciolte tra il 1566 e il 1574, che andarono successivamente a formare il volume noto col nome Isole famose, porti, fortezze e terre marittime sottoposte alla Serenissima Signoria di Venetia, ed altri Principi Christiani, et al Signor Turco, nouamente poste in luce. In Venetia alla libreria del segno di San Marco. Le carte inserite nell?isolario di Camocio hanno la lastra ritoccata e un numero sequenziale aggiunto, mentre le prime prove sono caratterizzate dalla grande qualità di stampa e dall?assenza del numero. Mappa della città di Shkoder (Albania), in primo stato avanti il numero. Bellissima prova. Bibliografia: Tooley?s, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. I, p. 228. Dimensioni 220x160. In parallel to the IATO assembled in Rome and Venice, the Venetians continued to issue collections in the form of Isolario, expanded to contain plans and bird?s-eye-views of towns and fortresses. 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. This developments suggested by a few surviving copies of a booklet first circulated with a varying number of contents, without title page or date of issue, and later with un undated title page and then with the contents more uniformly arranged and, finally supplied with an engraved consecutive numbering. The booklet usually passes under the name ?Isole Famose, porti , fortezze e terre maritime sottoposte alla Ser. Sig. di Venetia? (1574) and bear the Camocio?s name as a publisher. This map of Shkoder (Albania) is before the number. Literature: Tooley?s, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. I, p. 228. Size 220x160. Venezia Venice

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