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2019-05-25 22:11:29
Magdeburg, Metropolitankirche St. Moritz (Eigner)
um, 1570. 81 x 47 mm. Vergoldeter Metallschnitt auf Pergament, rückseitig kleine Montagereste. Vgl. Warnecke 1225 und O'Dell 237 b (dort mit Abbildung und zahlreichen Literaturhinweisen). Dokumentiert ist das Exlibris als Metallschnitt auf Papier. Offensichtlich wurde es jedoch auch direkt auf Buchdeckel - wie hier vorliegend - aufgebracht.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Bernd Braun [Germany]
2019-05-21 22:45:29
Edition originale Livre ancien 1570 Latin HORATIUS IN QUO QUIDEM Reliure cuir XVI eme siècle TITRE: HORATIUS IN QUO QUIDEM LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Venezia: Ex Bibliotheca Aldina, 1570 COLLATION: 186 pages, complet FORMAT: (14,5 x 10 cm) RELIURE:Reliures originale cuir. ILLUSTRATIONS: sanc, avec manuscrit ETAT: Bel exemplaire, Ref: 26.03.01.
Bookseller: normanfinearts [Tallinn, EE]
2019-05-20 07:06:20
ESOPO.
12 x 7,5 cm. Edición de 1570. Libro en tapa dura con nervaduras, sin lomo, el volumen se mantiene unido y encuadernado aunque la tapa delantera está muy desprendida del conjunto. Libro claramente envejecido y tapa bastante deteriorada, aunque completamente legible. Edición bilingüe a dos columnas, latín y griego. 410 págs. Narrativa. ENVIO POR CONTRAREEMBOLSO LLEVA UN CARGO ADICIONAL DE 3 EUROS
Bookseller: ARREBATO LIBROS [Madrid, Spain]
2019-05-17 22:33:15
Melanchthon, Philip (1497-1560); Bullinger, Heinrich (1504-1575); Parker, Matthew (1504-1575) et al.
Imprinted at London in Powles Churchyarde, by Richarde Jugge. Printer to the Queenes Maiestie, 1570. First edition, octavo; 101, [1]pp. Collated complete; A-F8, G4 (including blank leaf C8). In nineteenth century half vellum over marbled boards (soiled and lightly worn), single gilt fillet to vellum edges, four raised spine bands, marbled endpapers, heraldic engraved ownership label to front pastedown, obliterated owership name to verso of front free endpaper, occasional early marginal ink marks, overall a clean complete copy with title-page set within typographic frame, text in black gothic letter and a handful of woodcut decorative capitals. Neither the titlepage nor colophon are dated; ESTC notes that the work was entered in Stationer's Register for the year 1570-71. Desirable example of these early Protestant reformist texts with inner marginal stab-holes indicating likely original issue as a stab-stitched pamphlet. Very scarce edition; ESTC S119567, citing 9xUK and 7xUS locations only. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Lyppard Books [Worcester, United Kingdom]
2019-05-17 14:05:55
ARISTOTLE ; CARO Annibale
Woodcut printers devices on first and final leaves of each volume. Large and small historiated woodcut initials throughout, some white-on-black. Greek and italic type. 2 parts in 1 vol. 4to (205 x 150mm). 156, [4]pp. (a4 tipped in); [8], (last leaf blank), 270, [2]pp. Calf, spine gilt in compartments with labels in second and fourth with gilt-lettered titles (tears and scuffs to covers with small piece missing from lower cover, wear to headcaps and extremities, joints weak, spine cracked and labels chipped).
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-05-12 19:14:45
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-05-10 16:05:31
(Lutheran Church) [Melancthon, Philipp]
Jhena [Jena]: Christian Rhödingers Erben, 1570. Early German edition of Melancthon's last work (published in Latin in 1560 and translated into German the same year). Portrait of Johannes Wilhelm, Hertzogen zu Sachsen, illustrations in text to the Ten Commandments and Apostolic Creed, ornamental initials and tailpieces. Ff. [6], 344 [of 345]. Lacking terminal leaf 3M3 (errata and imprint). 1 vols. Folio. An entirely unsophisticated copy of this expanded German edition of the Luteran cathechism and compendium of doctrinal writings, edited by Phillipp Melancthon, in a dated Saxon binding from north of Leipzig. VD16 M 2898; OCLC: 174277241, 9808763. Contemporary blind stamped pigskin, with corner bosses and clasps, upper board tooled Hayna at top of central panel, dated 1570. Binding soiled and rubbed, with losses to spine ends, one boss perished; textblock slightly toned, with paper defects at outer margin and bottom corner of first four leaves (no loss of text); 3m2 loosened, lacking last leaf. Ownership signature of Johann Andreas Thein, Geldburg 1836, on front pastedown. Attractive copy.
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [USA]
2019-05-04 06:57:18
Condition: Akzeptabel. Ursprüngliches Buch von 1570. Kleines Buch mit genoppten Kanten und Randverlust auf den ersten 200 Seiten. 1148 Seiten plus Index. Nur eine verbindliche / lesende Kopie. Ludovico Ariosto (8. September 1474 - 6. Juli 1533) war ein italienischer Dichter. Er ist vor allem als Autor des Romanzeposiers Orlando Furioso (1516) bekannt. Das Gedicht, eine Fortsetzung von Matteo Maria Boiardos Orlando Innamorato, beschreibt die Abenteuer von Charlemagne, Orlando und den Franken, die gegen die Sarazenen kämpfen, mit Ablenkungen in viele Nebenhandlungen. Ariosto komponierte das Gedicht im ottava-rima-Reimschema und führte während des gesamten Werkes erzählende Kommentare ein.
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries Antique Store (ziern) [Saint Louis, Missouri, US]
2019-04-27 13:59:24
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-04-27 11:22:43
Basel: Hervagiana, 1570. See listing, rebound in modern vellum. See details. Fabularum Liber.... Eiusdem poeticon astronomicon Hyginus, Gaius Julius Basel: Hervagiana, 1570 Folio, third edition, first was published in 1535, edited by Jacob Micyllus (1503-1558), with works by other writers: Palaephatus, Fulgentius, Phurnutus, Albricus, Aratus, and Proclus. Notes and description: woodcut printer's device on title page, illustrated with 48 amazing woodcuts of zodiac signs and constellations, and planets (pg 100-101) and many historiated initials. It is bound in modern vellum, blue paste-decorated edges. In Greek mythology, Perseus (first photo in the listing) is the legendary founder of Mycenae and of the Perseid dynasty, who, alongside Cadmus and Bellerophon, was the greatest Greek hero and slayer of monsters before the days of Heracles. He beheaded the Gorgon Medusa for Polydectes and saved Andromeda from the sea monster Cetus. Provenance Alfred Holder (1840 - 1916) with his extensive manuscript notes. He was chief librarian of the Baden State Library (Badische Landesbibliothek) in Karlsruhe. He was an Austrian-German writer and student of several ancient languages including Celtic, Germanic, and Latin. He is best known for his translations of Horace, Caesar and Tacitus as well as for his three volume Celtic vocabulary entitled: Alt-celtischer Sprachschatz. He studied classical and German philology at the universities of Bonn and Heidelberg, then continued his education in Paris. From 1863 he worked as a schoolteacher in Rastatt, the Netherlands and in Ladenburg. In 1867 he … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-04-26 15:02:51
Edition originale Livre ancien 1570 Latin HORATIUS IN QUO QUIDEM Reliure cuir XVI eme siècle TITRE: HORATIUS IN QUO QUIDEM LIEU: EDITEUR, DATE: Venezia: Ex Bibliotheca Aldina, 1570 COLLATION: 186 pages, complet FORMAT: (14,5 x 10 cm) RELIURE:Reliures originale cuir. ILLUSTRATIONS: sanc, avec manuscrit ETAT: Bel exemplaire, Ref: 26.03.01.
Bookseller: NormanFinearts (normanfinearts) [Tallinn, EE]
2019-04-08 07:21:33
Estienne, Henri
excudebat Henri Stephanus, 1570. Folio, pp. [20], 288, 194, [4]; printer's device on title-p.; old embossed stamp in margin of title-p. and the following leaf; leaves Cc3-4 (index to the first part) are bound in at the back; old orange-stained sheep laid down over contemporary vellum; the calf is rotting in places but the underlying vellum is sound; very clean internally. Collection of Greek speeches with Latin translations and Latin speeches edited, annotated, published and printed by Henri Estienne, mainly from Livy, others from Sallust, Tacitus, Herodotus, Thucydides, and Quintus Curtius. This copy with the corrected state of p. 288 which is so numbered. Adams C-2486; Renouard, p. 133-4; Schreiber, 176.
Bookseller: Rulon-Miller Books (rulonmillerbooks) [Saint Paul, Minnesota, US]
2019-04-07 03:22:36
NANQUIER Simon
- Apud Benedictum rigaudum (Rigaud), Lugduni 1570, in-8 (10,5x17cm), 44 pp. (4), relié. - Nuova edizione. L'edizione più antica è alla British Library, 1498; è indubbiamente l'originale, Charles VIII muore quello stesso anno. Il libro è stato ristampato più volte durante il XVI secolo. È lo stesso per il pezzo di Gnapheus. Pergamena semi rigida e rilegata fine XIX. Il giansenista torna liscio. Titolo pezzo di dolore rosso. Alcune tracce di attrito. Bella copia, grandi margini. De Lubrico è un poema sulla miseria e l'inganno umano, è composto come molte opere del tempo con il poema stesso prima, seguito dalla sua spiegazione e dalle circostanze che lo hanno prodotto (scholies). Segue una seconda opera poetica, un lamento sulla morte di Carlo VII. La seconda opera è una commedia neo-latina di Wilhem von Volder (noto come Gnapheus), un seguace di Lutero. Acolasto è uno dei primi drammi protestanti tedeschi, destinati a sostituire i misteri del Medioevo e a costituire una vera drammaturgia protestante cristiana. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition. La plus ancienne édition se trouve à la British Library, 1498 ; il s'agit sans doute de l'originale, Charles VIII décédant cette même année. L'ouvrage a été réédité plusieurs fois durant le 16eme sècle. Reliure en demi velin rigide fin XIXe. Dos lisse janséniste. Pièce de titre de chagrin rouge. Quelques traces de frottement. Bel exemplaire, grand de marges. Quelques pâles mouillures marginales. Le De Lubrico est un poème sur la misère et la tromperie humaine, il est composé à l'instar de nombreuses oeuvres de l'époque avec … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Feu Follet [FR]
2019-04-06 23:12:07
Rensberger, Nicolaus.
Augsburg Francke, 1570. (22 x 15,5 cm). 11 nn., 382 num. Bll. Mit ganzseitigem Wappenholzschnitt verso Titel und zahlreichen figürlichen und schematischen Text-Holzschnitten. Geglätteter Kalbslederband der Zeit über abgeschrägten Holzdeckeln, mit goldgeprägtem Mittelstück (vorne Ornament, hinten kleiner gekrönter Löwe) und mehrfachen Deckelfileten sowie 2 intakten Messingschließen. Seltene dritte Ausgabe des bedeutenden und frühen astrologischen Werkes in deutscher Sprache, das zwischen 1568 und 1675 in fünf Auflagen erschienen ist. - Von der vorliegenden Ausgabe existieren mehrere Varianten mit unterschiedlicher Zueignung, bei denen unser Exemplar Abt Georg "des würdigen Gotteshauß Neroßhaim" gewidmet ist und das Datum 24. August 1570 trägt. - Das Werk gliedert sich in vier Teile. 1. Planetenlauf und Kalender für 1500-1606. Finsternisse, Erwählung der Häuser, Wirkung der 12 Tierkreiszeichen und 7 Planeten. 2. Deutung der Revolution Anni und Jahresherrscher. 3. Judicium der Nativität durch N. Rensberger. 4. Deutung der künftigen Jahre aus dem Horoskop. - Im Gegensatz zum Determinismus vertritt der Mathematiker Rensberger in vorliegendem Werk die Auffassung, dass die Astrologie ein göttliches Werkzeug ist, um ein im christlichen Sinn besserer Mensch zu werden. Durch die Gestirne ermöglicht sie ihm, seine individuellen Eigenschaften zu erkennen und so durch Selbsterkenntnis zum Besseren zu wenden. Erst durch die konsequente Weiterführung dieses Gedankens wird eine psychologische Astrologie im modernen Sinn möglich. - Der Band darf nicht verwechselt werden mit anderen gleichla … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2019-04-05 16:12:00
DOCUMENT MANUSCRIT, BATEIG DEL 1570, BAPTISME. 26X15. CURIOS. REF PICS 1. Language: eng [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Anticuaria Marc & Antiques [Sabadell, BCN, Spain]
2019-04-04 18:12:18
Ariosto, Ludovico
Condition: Etat correct. Livre original de 1570. Petit livre avec bords rognés et perte des marges sur les 200 premières pages. 1148 pages plus index. Une copie de reliure / lecture seulement. Ludovico Ariosto (8 septembre 1474 - 6 juillet 1533) était un poète italien. Il est surtout connu comme l'auteur de l'épopée romanesque Orlando Furioso (1516). Le poème, une continuation d'Orlando Innamorato de Matteo Maria Boiardo, décrit les aventures de Charlemagne, d'Orlando et des Francs alors qu'ils se battent contre les Sarrazins en se détournant de nombreuses intrigues. Ariosto a composé le poème dans le schéma de rimes ottava rima et introduit un commentaire narratif tout au long du travail.
Bookseller: Ziern-Hanon Galleries Antique Store (ziern) [Saint Louis, Missouri, US]
2019-04-04 11:02:44
Pedro de Salazar
Antique 16th century Spanish book published in 1570 by Pedro de Salazar Entitled "Hispania Victrix" "A history of the countless wars between Christians and infidels on the sea and on land" Very rare item, rebound in leather likely in 18th century. Some interesting contemporary hand written pages included in the binding (see photos) and hand written annotations on the back page (see photos). National collection grade item. Some restoration of pages (see photos) likely done at time of rebinding. We have been unable to identify the coat of arms on the binding. Spine embossing appears to read "GUERRAS CONTRA INPELES 1546 A 1566" but is quite faded. More photos available on request, please contact for any other information. Will be protectively packed and shipped recorded delivery with insurance.
Bookseller: floraposte1982 [Battle, GB]
2019-03-30 18:44:19
Ciceronis, M. T. [Cicero]; Pedro Juan Nunez
Aldus Iunio [Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N.], 1570. Octavo. Vellum 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. Very Good binding.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc (blackswan.books) [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2019-03-30 16:44:52
Hyginus, C(aius) Julius.
Basel Herwagen, 1570. (31 x 20 cm). (8) 251 (26) S. Mit 48 Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Pergamentband der Zeit. Dritte Ausgabe der bei Herwagen 1535 erstmals erschienenen berühmten Sammlung spätantiker Lehrgedichte zum Thema Astronomie, in der Bearbeitung des Heidelberger Humanisten J. Micyllus. - Neben dem Fabularum liber enthält der Band von Albricus Philosophus: De deorum imaginibus liber; von Aratus: Phaenomena; von Lucius Annaeus Cornutus: De natura deorum sive poeticarum fabularum allegoriis speculatio; von Fabius Planciades Fulgentius: Mythologiarum libri III; von demselben: De vocum antiquarum interpretatione; von Caius Julius Hyginus: Poeticon astronomicon; von Palaephatus: De fabulosis narrationibus liber I und von Proclus Diadochus: De sphaera. - Die schönen Holzschnitte sind figürliche Darstellungen der Sternbilder, von Sonne und Mond sowie den Planeten. - Vorsatz und Titel mit mehreren alten Besitzvermerken und einem Stempel. Vereinzelt etwas braunfleckig und mit sauberen Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen von alter Hand. Oberer Rand stellenweise mit schmalem Wasserrand. Einband leicht fleckig und berieben. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - VD16 H6481; Adams H 1253; Houzeau-Lancaster 762; Zinner 2523; Wellcome I, 3379
Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber [Heilbronn, Germany]
2019-03-30 08:59:16
ORTELIUS, Abraham
Antwerp: Plantin, 1570. Hand-coloured engraved map, 465 x 590 mm. (sheet size), old central crease (as always), Latin text verso; some marking and browning to the margins, very good. An excellent copy with bright original colour: the major world map of the great cartographer Ortelius, of the highest significance for the imagining of the Pacific and the Great Southern Land. One of the more remarkable aspects of the map is how fully it investigates the southern hemisphere, depicting the speculations of classical geographers and the vague reportage of Marco Polo, jostling with the very latest reports from Spanish and Portuguese voyagers in the Indian and Pacific Oceans. Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) had an early career as an engraver and a book dealer but, partly through the encouragement of Gerardus Mercator, turned to scientific geography in the 1560s, and published his Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ("theatre of the world") at the end of the decade, widely considered to be the first and certainly most influential modern atlas. This world map is based on a much larger and extremely rare wall-map by Mercator of 1569, but the accessible format of the Ortelius version meant that it would become the map that gave currency to the theories that would dominate scientific thinking for centuries. The central premise of the map, the notion of the "balancing" of the top and bottom of the globe, can clearly be seen by the two polar landmasses: a series of four large islands in the north, pierced by great waterways that seem to go through to the pole and, much more dramatically, the massive "T … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Hordern House Rare Books [Australia]
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2019-03-29 04:33:29
SETTALA GIORGIO-ORTELIUS ABRAHAM
Anversa, 1570. Incisione in rame, coloritura originale d'epoca, mm. 357x480. Carta tratta da "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 riunÏ 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. Ottimo esemplare in bella coloritura con minimo difetto alla parte inf. della piega centrale. cartografia.
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria perini Sas di Perini [Verona, VR, Italy]
2019-03-26 12:59:54
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-03-26 04:33:13
Basel: Hervagiana, 1570. See listing, rebound in modern vellum. See details. Fabularum Liber.... Eiusdem poeticon astronomicon Hyginus, Gaius Julius Basel: Hervagiana, 1570 Folio, third edition, first was published in 1535, edited by Jacob Micyllus (1503-1558), with works by other writers: Palaephatus, Fulgentius, Phurnutus, Albricus, Aratus, and Proclus. Notes and description: woodcut printer's device on title page, illustrated with 48 amazing woodcuts of zodiac signs and constellations, and planets (pg 100-101) and many historiated initials. It is bound in modern vellum, blue paste-decorated edges. In Greek mythology, Perseus (first photo in the listing) is the legendary founder of Mycenae and of the Perseid dynasty, who, alongside Cadmus and Bellerophon, was the greatest Greek hero and slayer of monsters before the days of Heracles. He beheaded the Gorgon Medusa for Polydectes and saved Andromeda from the sea monster Cetus. Provenance Alfred Holder (1840 - 1916) with his extensive manuscript notes. He was chief librarian of the Baden State Library (Badische Landesbibliothek) in Karlsruhe. He was an Austrian-German writer and student of several ancient languages including Celtic, Germanic, and Latin. He is best known for his translations of Horace, Caesar and Tacitus as well as for his three volume Celtic vocabulary entitled: Alt-celtischer Sprachschatz. He studied classical and German philology at the universities of Bonn and Heidelberg, then continued his education in Paris. From 1863 he worked as a schoolteacher in Rastatt, the Netherlands and in Ladenburg. In 1867 he … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bluemangobooksandmanuscripts [New Hope, Pennsylvania, US]
2019-03-25 17:14:02
LOSSIUS, Lucas 1508-1582
N�rnberg: Theodor Gerlach, 1570. Nürnberg: Theodor Gerlach, 1570. Rare. Wolffheim I, 784 (edition of 1563). Davidsson 59. Eitner VI, 224. Fétis V, 352. Forkel p. 282. Gerber III, 260. Gregory-Bartlett pp. 157-158 (edition of 1563). Not in Cortot. RISM BVI p. 517 (5 copies, only one of which is in the U.S.). Old and Rare Music and Books on Music The Property of Godfrey E.P. Arkwright, Esq., Sotheby's London sale catalogue, February 13, 1939, lot no. 179 (the present copy). Lossius [Lotze] was a German Lutheran music theorist, hymnologist, teacher, and theologian of the Reformation. The present book was designed by him for the teaching of music in Lüneburg. Walter Blankenburg in Grove Music Online. Lossius was also the compiler of Psalmodia hoc est Cantica sacra veleris ecclesiae selecta published in Nürnberg in 1553, a comprehensive collection of liturgical music for the use of the Lutheran Church. "After studies at Göttingen and Lüneburg he matriculated in 1530 at the University of Wittenberg. There he met Luther and Melanchthon, who became his teacher and friend. In 1540 he was appointed co-rector in Lüneburg, a position that he held until his death. Lossius wrote Erotemata musicae practicae (Nuremberg, 1563/R), a treatise which had several editions and which was widely used in Protestant schools..." Clement A. Miller in Grove Music Online. Gerlach was a member of the important German family of music printers, publishing "some 150 editions of music and music treatises... in the years 1565-75, with an increasing emphasis on works in the vernacular." Susan Jackson in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: J & J Lubrano Music Antiquarians LLC [U.S.A.]
2019-03-25 12:11:26
Diego de Estella
Casa de la Viuda de Bartholome de Nagera, Çaragoca, 1570. Falto de Frontis. Falto de una parte del tejuelo. Obra dividida en tres partes incluidas en el mismo volúmen Editorial: Casa de la Viuda de Bartholome de Nagera Pasta española época Páginas: 224 Tamaño: 9x14 cm Edición: 1570
Bookseller: Librería Castro [Barcelona, BCN, Spain]
2019-03-24 12:13:22
M T Ciceronis
Venitiis Venice: Aldus Iunio Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N, 1570. Condition: Very Good binding. 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.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc (blackswan.books) [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2019-03-22 19:14:57
Pope Boniface VIII
Charlotte Guilliard, 1570. Two 16th century works bound together. Pope Boniface VIII. Sextus Decretalium Liber, Per Bonifacium octavum pontificem in concilio Lugdunensi æditus: .... Paris: Ex officina Carolæ Guillard, via ad divum Iacobum, sub Sole aureo, 1541. Pope Boniface claims authority over King Phillip of France. This is the work of famous female printer Charlotte Guillard. (bound after) Pope Gregory IX. Epistolæ Decretales Summorum Pontificum, A Gregorio nono Pontifice Maximo collectæ. Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1570. Pope Gregory emphasis his power over the Universal Church. Octavo. Two works in one volume. 911 pages; Thick vellum, warped and soiled, lacking ties, chipped manuscript paper title label at head of spine, lower front joint split exposing spine. Textblock trimmed and swollen. Title page soiled, pen marks, holograph writing, paper loss affecting text on both sides; hole and track from biopredation in inner margin of pages 17- 65, not affecting text; old inscription on Guillard title page, scored; holograph notes and drawings in margins, pages dampstained, cockled and soiled. Free shipping.
Bookseller: thegeorgiabookscout (gabookscout) [Douglasville, Georgia, US]
2019-03-22 00:16:41
Ferentilli Agostino
appresso Gabriel Giolito de' Ferrari, 1570. 2 parti con autonomo frontespizio e autonoma paginazione in un vol. in-4° antico (208x145mm), pp. (16), 244 + 56 nn. con la traduzione del Ferentilli della "Creatione del Mondo" di Filone. Legatura settecentesca p. pergamena rigida con titolo in oro su tassello al dorso. Tagli rossi. Impresa giolitina ai frontespizi. 10 xilografie intercalate n.t. Sparse gore e arrossature. Alcuni forellini marginali. Prima edizione di questo tentativo rinascimentale di storia universale fondato eminentemente sulla narrazione biblica. Assai curioso il passo in cui si dice che il mondo deve "havere a' durare sei mila anni", con tanto di calcoli volti a dimostrare che mancano "al compimento" anni CCCCXXXI. (tale brano venne rimosso dopo l'edizione del 1572). A detta del Bongi, l'opera non sarebbe stata senza influsso sul ben più celebre "Discous sur l'Histoire universelle" di Bossuet. Il Ferentilli, ecclesiastico (fu vescovo di Conversano), storico e poligrafo su cui assai scarsi sono i dati biografici, era nativo di Terni. Bongi, II, pp. 310-311: "Queste due opere si trovano sempre riunite.. Il lbro comparve come proibito nel severissimo Indice parmigiano del 1580, e col donec corrigatur nell'altro di Sisto V del 1590". Gamba, 1393: "Il suo discorso è un ben eseguito compendio di storia di tutte le età". EDIT16 CNCE 18737. Manca all'Adams e a STC Italian. Italiano
Bookseller: Gilibert Libreria Antiquaria (ILAB-LILA) [Torino, ><, Italy]
2019-03-21 18:16:41
NANQUIER Simon
- Apud Benedictum rigaudum (Rigaud), Lugduni 1570, in-8 (10,5x17cm), 44 pp. (4), relié. - Nouvelle édition. La plus ancienne édition se trouve à la British Library, 1498 ; il s'agit sans doute de l'originale, Charles VIII décédant cette même année. L'ouvrage a été réédité plusieurs fois durant le 16eme sècle. Reliure en demi velin rigide fin XIXe. Dos lisse janséniste. Pièce de titre de chagrin rouge. Quelques traces de frottement. Bel exemplaire, grand de marges. Quelques pâles mouillures marginales. Le De Lubrico est un poème sur la misère et la tromperie humaine, il est composé à l'instar de nombreuses oeuvres de l'époque avec en premier lieu le poème lui-même, suivi de son explication et des circonstances qui l'ont produit (scholies). Ex-libris moderne de la bibliothèque de F. Renard encollée sur le premier contreplat. [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition. The oldest edition is at the British Library, 1498; it is undoubtedly the original, Charles VIII dying that same year. The book was reissued several times during the 16th century. It is the same for the piece of Gnapheus. Binding semi rigid vellum late nineteenth. Jansenist smooth back. title label of red shagreen. Some traces of friction. Nice copy, big margins. De Lubrico is a poem about misery and human deception, it is composed like many works of the time with the poem itself first, followed by its explanation and the circumstances that produced it (scholies). A second poetic work follows, a lamentation on the death of Charles VII. The second work is a Neo-Latin Comedy by Wilhem von Volder (known as … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [Paris, France]
2019-03-20 18:01:12
Aesop
Lugduni (Lyon): Apud Ioannem Tornaesium (Jean de Tournes), 1570. Bernard Salomon. Imperial Edition. Leather. 32mo - over 4 - 5" tall. Very Good + / No jacket as issued. Item #002086 1st edition, thus. A Very Good copy. 32mo., 410, (6) pp., illustrated with 61 woodcuts (attributed to Bernard Salomon). 6 page index of fables at the end. 17th or early 18th century speckled half calf with marbled paper over boards, later(?) paste down and front end paper. Vellum corner tips. Greek and Latin in parallel columns, p. 1-287. Greek and Latin on opposite pages, p. 288-410. Very Good, tight. Remarkably clean text and woodcuts, with most of the charming illustrations being Near Fine or better. *** On the title page, is the device and motto of the printing house of Jean de Tournes, the founder of a long-lasting family printing business. From 1559 he was the imprimeur du Roi, printer to the French king. ***.
Bookseller: Old North State Books (bfcbeauregarde) [Rougemont, North Carolina, US]
2019-03-20 07:04:35
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-03-19 15:23:39
[Jesuit Letters]
Apud Rutgerum Velpium sub Castro Angelico cum Privilegio Regno, 1570. Early Printing. 12 leaves with woodcut title border, figurative initials, and printer's device at the end. 8vo [14.5cm x 505cm], ihandsomely bound in full antique vellum over stiff boards, the spine lettered in calligraphic manuscript. 402 pp. A handsome and well preserved copy in attractive fine vellum, p. 51/52 upper blank edge restored, some minor occasional browning and at the end of the book, very light evidence, now faded away, of damp from long ago. VERY RARE, EXTREMELY EARLY ACCOUNTS OF WESTERN INTERACTION WITH JAPAN AND ASIA. THE WRITINGS DATE FROM 1549 TO THE 1560'S.
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2019-03-18 21:16:56
SOPOTO / Albanien (Albania):
Kupferstich aus Lafreri-Atlas b. Donato Bertelli in Venedig, dat. 1570, 18,5 x 26,6 Bifolco-Ronca, Tav. 621. - Seltene frühe Ansicht der albananischen Festung Sopoto des venetianischen Verlegers und Stechers Donato Bertelli. - Oben mittig Titel. - Unten links Titelkartusche mit Verlegeradresse. - Am unteren Rand neunteiliger Erklärungsbalken mit Namensnennung der Belagerer. - Zeigt die Belagerung der türkischen Festung Sopoto durch die Venetianer im Jahre 1570. - Im Vordergrund Truppenlager und die venetianische Flotte. - Am unteren Bildrand Inselspitze von Korfu (Corfu).
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2019-03-18 21:16:56
SOPOTO / Albanien (Albania):
1570. Kupferstich aus Lafreri-Atlas b. Giovanni Francesco Camocio in Venedig (Venezia / Venice), dat. 1570, 17,3 x 23,4 Bifolco-Ronca, Tav. 622 (1. state). - Seltene frühe Ansicht der albananischen Festung Sopoto des venetianischen Verlegers und Stechers Giovanni Francesco Camocio. - Oben mittig Titel. - Oben links Titelkartusche; oben rechts Kartusche mit Verlegeradresse; unten mittig Richtungszeiger; darüber am unteren Vedutenrand 12 kleine Rahmen mit Namensnennung der Belagerer. - Zeigt die Belagerung der türkischen Festung Sopoto durch die venetianische Flotte und venetianischen Truppen im Jahre 1570.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas [Bedburg-Hau, Germany]
2019-03-17 13:22:12
Italien.-
1570. Dekorative Graphik des Königreiches Neapel nach Nordosten ausgerichtet, eingefasst in einem leuchtenden goldgelben ornamentalen Rahmen. Regni Neapolitani verissima secundum antiquorum et recentiorum traditionem descriptio Pyrrho Ligorio auct. Kolor. Kupferstich aus Ortelius' Theatrum, um 1570. 36,5 x 49,5 cm. von Italien.- Autor(en) Italien.-Verlag / Jahr 1570Sprache Gewicht ca. 500 gBestell-Nr 5053Bemerkungen Dekorative Graphik des Königreiches Neapel nach Nordosten ausgerichtet, eingefasst in einem leuchtenden goldgelben ornamentalen Rahmen.Unser Preis EUR 533,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-03-01).
Bookseller: Danckwerth (antiquariat-schramm) [Kiel, DE]
2019-03-16 16:47:34
LAS CASAS (Cristobal de).
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]
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2019-03-15 08:44:18
ORTELIO, ABRAMO.
Dal "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", Anversa, 1570 circa. Incisione in rame, vecchia coloritura, cm 33 x 47 (alla lastra) più margini, testo latino al verso. Esemplare a pieni margini e in bella coloritura, ottimo stato di conservazione. ixiani Agri Typus. Brixia, Cygnea Supposita in Specula. Dal "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum", Anversa, 1570 circa. Incisione in rame, colore, cm 33 x 47 (alla lastra) più margini, testo latino al verso. Esemplare a pieni margini e in bella coloritura, ottimo stato di conservazione.
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Botteghina D'arte Galleria Kúpros [IT]
2019-03-07 00:50:20
NANQUIER Simon
" - Apud Benedictum rigaudum (Rigaud), Lugduni 1570, in-8 (10,5x17cm), 44 pp. (4), relié. - Nouvelle édition. La plus ancienne édition se trouve à la British Library, 1498 ; il s'agit sans doute de l'originale, Charles VIII décédant cette même année. L'ouvrage a été réédité plusieurs fois durant le 16eme sècle. Reliure en demi velin rigide fin XIXe. Dos lisse janséniste. Pièce de titre de chagrin rouge. Quelques traces de frottement. Bel exemplaire, grand de marges. Quelques pâles mouillures marginales. Le De Lubrico est un poème sur la misère et la tromperie humaine, il est composé à l'instar de nombreuses oeuvres de l'époque avec en premier lieu le poème lui-même, suivi de son explication et des circonstances qui l'ont produit (scholies). Ex-libris moderne de la bibliothèque de F. Renard encollée sur le premier contreplat.- Photos sur www.Edition-originale.com - [AUTOMATIC ENGLISH TRANSLATION FOLLOWS] New edition. The oldest edition is at the British Library, 1498; it is undoubtedly the original, Charles VIII dying that same year. The book was reissued several times during the 16th century. It is the same for the piece of Gnapheus. Binding semi rigid vellum late nineteenth. Jansenist smooth back. title label of red shagreen. Some traces of friction. Nice copy, big margins. De Lubrico is a poem about misery and human deception, it is composed like many works of the time with the poem itself first, followed by its explanation and the circumstances that produced it (scholies). A second poetic work follows, a lamentation on the death of Charles VII. The second work is a Neo … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Le Feu Follet [France, Paris]
2019-03-06 17:03:11
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant POB# 47254 TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power (poetryinpower) [San Marino, California, US]
2019-03-06 17:03:03
Welt
Kolorierte Kupferstichkarte von Frans Hogenberg au, Erschienen, 1570. -1585. 33,5:49,5 cm. - Die übliche Faltspur im Bug, Papierquetschfalten und nicht störende, restaurierte Risse. - In Handarbeitsrahmung (61,5:78,5 cm). Die wohl bekannteste antiquarische Weltkarte aus dem "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" von Abraham Ortelius, erstmals 1570 in Antwerpen erschienen. Die Karten dieses berühmten und wichtigen Werkes, das als der erste moderne Weltatlas gilt, waren nach den Vorlagen der besten zeitgenössischen Kartographen aus ganz Europa gestochen. Die Weltkarte "Typus orbis terrarum" in der von Apian entwickelten ovalen Projektion folgt der Karte von Mercator von 1569. - Exemplar der ersten Version der Karte mit dem reparierten Riß in der Druckplatte links unten.
Bookseller: Nürnberger Buch- und Kunstantiquariat [Germany]
2019-03-04 15:34:37
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1570. Mappa dell'isola di Leucade/Lefkada, anticamente detta Santa Maura. Nel 1479 s'inizia la dominazione turca che si protrae sino al 1686, quando è ripresa dai Veneziani. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume 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. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE of the map of Lefkada by Camocio. 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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-03-04 09:37:07
NATTA MARCO ANTONIO
1570. 2 Volumi in 1. In-folio (cm 32x22,5). Pp. [32] + 375 + [1] + [40] + 387 + [1] - Legatura coeva in pergamena; titoli calligrafici al dorso e al taglio di piede; grandi e belle marche tipografiche ai frontespizi e colophon; capo-lettera incisi e figutati; molte annotazioni e maniculae di mano coeva; qualche screpolatura al dorso. Ottimo esemplare, con carte fresche e croccanti. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: EPIZEFIRI [Siderno Marina, Italy]
2019-03-03 01:55:17
CICERO, Marcus Tullius.
2 vols. in 1. [2], 3-533, [90]pp, rubricated throughout. 16mo. Some sl. dusting, but a generally a good clean copy. Near contemporary vellum, hand-lettered spine; darkening to covers.
Bookseller: Jarndyce [UK]
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2019-02-27 02:09:29
Petrus Gnodalius
Basel, Sebastian Henricpetri, 1570. Used. Good condition. First edition of what is probably the earliest cohesive history of the German Peasants' Wars; extremely rare. The focus is on the insurrections in Upper Swabia and around Lake Constance, which were put down in 1525. Even the 1573 German translation, which is much more common, is regarded as "very rare" (cf. RA 68, Nr. 77). No copy of the present original edition in auction records since 1950. - Old ms. ownership notes to t. p. (monograms HF and MK in Lat in and Hebrew; "Laurentius Rudanthi" [?], etc.). - II: First edition of this early collection of problems in canon law, intended for legal training. It was composed by the well-known Lutheran theologian and neo-Latin poet Thomas Kirchmeyer (1508-63), who had left the Dominican order in 1526, during his brief year of law school at Basel in 1551. The cover shows some wear and tear, but otherwise in a good condition. Another copy of this book is for sale at Abebooks.co.uk for £3,193.34. https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/SearchResults?isbn=&an=gnodalius%20petrus&tn=seditio%20repentina%20vulgi%20praecipue%20rusticorum&n=100121503&cm_sp=mbc-_-ats-_-used. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: usbra-vxifncux [Boise, Idaho, US]
2019-02-26 00:33:30
Giovanni Francesco CAMOCIO (Attivo a Venezia tra 1558 - 1575)
1570. Carta georgaficica di Santorini edita da Camocio nel 1571. Quest'opera, come era usuale per Camocio e altri editori suoi contemporanei, fu messa in commercio come carta sciolta prima di essere poi inserita nel volume 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. Di questa circolazione separata dal volume, esistono delle prove prive di numerazione, vendute come fogli sciolti, che si trovano in alcune raccolte lafreriane. Gli esemplari con la numerazione sono, invece, quelli inseriti negli Isolari. Raro primo stato di due. In buono stato di conservazione. THE RARE FIRST STATE. The island of Santorini (Thira), mapped while still a possession of the Venetian Republic. In 1579 it was captured by the Ottomans, who held it until 1821. 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 usuall … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2019-02-23 01:22:17
Henri Estienne
Geneva: Henri Stephanus. CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant CONCIONES ORATIONES ex Graecis Latinisque 1570 Henri Estienne FINE RARE Variant TITLE: Conciones sive orationes ex Graecis Latinisque historicis excerptae. Quae ex Graecis excerptae sunt, interpretationem Latinam adjunctam habent, nonnullae novam, aliae jam antea vulgatam, sed nunc demum plurisque in locis recognitam. Argumenta singulis praefixa sunt, lectori adjumento magno futura. Additus est index artificiosissimus & utilissimus, quo in rhetorica causarum genera, velut in communes locos, singulae conciones rediguntur. AUTHOR: Henri Estienne, translator, editor, and publisher. PUBLISHER: Excudebat Henri Stephanus. [Genevae] DATE: ANNO M.D. LXX, [1570] First Edition DESCRIPTION: Folio (345 x 210 mm). [20] 1-194 [2] [1-2] 3-289 [4] p. 289 is misnumbered 278. *4 A6 a-l6 m4 n-q6 r4 2A4 B-V6 X-Y4 Z-2B6 2C4 A collection of Greek and Latin speeches, edited from famous sources and provided with commentary (argumentum). Ciceronian sources notably excluded. COLLATION NOTES: Compares to Adams C-2486 except in content sequence and collation. Simply put, our copy arranges Latin authors first and Greek authors last, whereas Adams and OCLC 23622668 describe copies that put Greek Authors first. Our table of contents reflects the "Greek first" collation, making it seem at first inspection to be a later bindery arrangement. Not so. A half title introducing the Greek author section at 2A1r is signed and printed conjugate with 2A4 which contains the Greek author material. Thus our variant … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Poetry in Power [San Marino, California, US]
2019-02-23 01:12:28
Petrus Gnodalius
Basel, Sebastian Henricpetri, 1570. Used. Good condition. First edition of what is probably the earliest cohesive history of the German Peasants' Wars; extremely rare. The focus is on the insurrections in Upper Swabia and around Lake Constance, which were put down in 1525. Even the 1573 German translation, which is much more common, is regarded as "very rare" (cf. RA 68, Nr. 77). No copy of the present original edition in auction records since 1950. - Old ms. ownership notes to t. p. (monograms HF and MK in Lat in and Hebrew; "Laurentius Rudanthi" [?], etc.). - II: First edition of this early collection of problems in canon law, intended for legal training. It was composed by the well-known Lutheran theologian and neo-Latin poet Thomas Kirchmeyer (1508-63), who had left the Dominican order in 1526, during his brief year of law school at Basel in 1551. The cover shows some wear and tear, but otherwise in a good condition. Another copy of this book is for sale at Abebooks.co.uk for £3,193.34. https://www.abebooks.co.uk/servlet/SearchResults?isbn=&an=gnodalius%20petrus&tn=seditio%20repentina%20vulgi%20praecipue%20rusticorum&n=100121503&cm_sp=mbc-_-ats-_-used. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: usbra-vxifncux [Boise, Idaho, US]
2019-02-22 02:33:25
M T Ciceronis
Venitiis Venice: Aldus Iunio Aldus. Manutius. Paulli, F. Aldi N, 1570. Condition: Very Good binding. 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.
Bookseller: Black Swan Books Inc [Richmond, Virginia, US]
2019-02-21 17:41:50
LAFRERI, Antonio]
A. Lafreri, c1570]., [Rome. The only map of Sri Lanka published by the Lafreri school Engraved map, watermark of a letter 'M' under star in shield. A striking map of Sri Lanka attributed to Antonio Lafreri. The map is typical of the Lafreri School with Venetian galleys on the stippled sea, cities and towns represented as bird's-eye views, and hills and trees populating the interior. Although the map is annonymous, the work has been attributed, by Destombes, to the Rome publisher Antonio Lafreri, who lists a map of Sri Lanka in his catalogue - item no. 75. La Barroni suggests that the map is a copy of an earlier map, published in Venice, however, there is no substantive evidence for this. The map would later be acquired by Claudio Duchetti, and then by Giacomo Gherardi, who advises it in his catalogue in 1598 (No.175 "isola tapproban"). The plate would then be purchased by Giovanni Orlandi, and finally by Hendrik van Schoel. Bifolco TAV. 86; cf. Woodward 316-318.
Bookseller: Daniel Crouch Rare Books LLP [London, United Kingdom]
2019-02-20 22:51:54
Lucas Lossius
1570. A nice example of this very rare, almost 450-year-old book. LOSSIUS, Lucas. Erotemata Musicae Practicae, ex probatissimus quibusque hujus diuinae & dulcissimae artis scriptoribus accurate et breviter selecta, & exemplis ad puerilem institionem praecipue accommodates illustrata ad usum scholae Luneburgensis Saxoniae aliarumq; puerilium, olim a Luca Lossio in lucem edita. . . Noribergae, Theodorici Gerlatzeni, 1570. [Here is the Google Translation of the above, if your Latin is as rusty as ours
Bookseller: big_six [Salem, Oregon, US]
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