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        Primus [-Secundus] liber modulorum quinis vocibus constantium. [Countratenor part only]

      Paris: Adrien le Roy & Robert Ballard. 1571. 2 volumes bound in one. Oblong octavo. 40 ff. in total consisting of 1f. (recto title within elaborate woodcut border, verso large decorative armorial woodcut), 1f. (recto dedication to the publishers, verso first page of music), ff. 3-20 (index to verso of final leaf); 2ff. (as above), ff. 23-40 (privilege to verso of final leaf). Fine large historiated woodcut initials throughout. & & A collection of 34 motets for 5 voices.& & Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884-1974).& & Slightly worn and browned; occasional foxing and other minor imperfections; first two leaves reinforced with paper tape to blank outer margins with no loss of text. . First Edition. RISM L845 (1571c), L847 (1571e). Lesure & Thibault nos. 149, 150. & & "[Lassus] was one of the most prolific and versatile of 16th-century composers, and in his time the best-known and most widely admired musician in Europe...." & & The motets of Lassus were admired in their own day not only for their beauty and technical perfection but also for their rhetorical power – their ability to move the affections through the use of rhetorical devices transferred into musical idioms." James Haar in Grove online& & "Lassus at times shows a strong liking for "irregular" harmonic "V-VI" progression... and uses it eloquently in... his five-part Tristis est anima mea [present in this collection], a composition in which Lassus provides a moving setting for Christ's words in the Garden of Gethsamane." Reese: Music in the Renaissance, p. 692. & & A fine example of 16th century music printing from this important Parisian music publisher. The two cousins, Adrien le Roy (ca. 1520-1598) and Robert Ballard (1525-/30-1588) received a royal privilege from King Henry II to print and sell music in 1551; their first publication dates from that year. "The most frequently published composer was Lassus, who was a personal friend of Le Roy. Le Roy & Ballard played an important part in disseminating his newest works in France and in Europe generally... The typographical material was particularly fine. The elaborate woodcut borders on the title-pages, the print4r's marks and the 'lettres grises' or historiated woodcut initials in several sizes in the style of Jean Cousin are superb exampes of French Renaissance graphic arts." Krummel & Sadie p. 161& & The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music, with hundreds of items dating from the 16th to the 20th centuries.

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        Repertorium in Loculentissimas Praelectiones quas Idem in Quinque

      1571. Tudeschis, Niccolo de, Archbishop (Abbas Panoramitanus) [1386-1445]. Corsetti, Antonio [d. 1503], Editor. Repertorium in Loculentissimas Praelectiones quas Idem in Quinque Decretalium Libros Divino Prorsus Ingenio, Labore Incredibili & Studio Doctissime Iuxta ac Elegantissime Concinnauit. Ea Quidem in Quinque Diligentia Conflatum, Ut Numerorum Ratione Fidelissime Subducta, Nullibi aut Falli, Aut Decipipossis: Quamlibet in Compluribus Accessionem Certe Incredibilem, Et Depravatorum Emendationem Maxime Necessariam, Hac nota Praesignatam Acceperis. Corseti Etiam Lucubrationes in Nonnullis Impressionibus Omissas, Ad Posteritatis Utilitatem Praestitimus. Venice: [Apud Ioannem de Ghara], 1571. [cl], 44, [12] ff. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (12" x 8-1/4"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered titles to spine and foot of text block, which is neatly detached with pastedowns and well-secured by cords. Moderate edgewear, bowing and spine stains to vellum, locations of cords worn through. Light toning to text, heavier in places, light foxing to a few leaves, small worm hole to inner margin of front endleaf and title page, internally clean. * Later edition. Tudeschi, a Benedictine canonist from Sicily, earned his doctorate in canon law at the University of Bologna. He taught at the Universities of Siena, Parma and Bologna. "It was his canonical works, especially his 'Lectura in Decretales' 'In Sextum,' and 'In Clementinas,' that won him the title of 'lucerna juris' (lamp of the law) and insured him great authority; he also wrote 'Consilia,' 'Quaestiones,' 'Repetitiones,' 'Disputationes, Disceptationes et Allegationes,' and 'Flores Utriusque Juris.' A fine edition of his works appeared at Venice in 1477; among later editions...published in 1617-18 (Venice) in 10 folio volumes is especially notable": Catholic Encyclopedia. First published in 1481, Repertorium collects his notes on the fifth books of the Decretals of Gregory IX. Each of these has a reference so it can be used in conjunction with any edition of that work. Complete in itself, this is part of an eight-title series of Tudeschi's works. "Nicolo de' Tudeschi" in Catholic Encyclopedia (Online edition). Not in Ferreira-Ibarra.

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        Perspectiva hierinnen auffs kürtzte beschrieben mit exempeln eröffnet

      Nuremberg: Dietrich Gerlass, 1571. Very rare first edition of this illustrated perspective compendium, in the Nuremberg tradition of Kunstbuchleinen, with numerous woodcuts of stereometric bodies—mostly elaborate variations on regular and semi-regular solids—with working diagrams and perspective drawings, all matched to succinct text.

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        Sarepta Darinn von allerley Bergwerck unnd Metallen, Was jr eygenschafft und natur, und wie sie zu nutz und gut gemacht, guter Bericht gegeben. Mit tröstlicher und lehrhaffter Erklerung aller sprüch, so in Heiliger Schrifft von Metall reden, Unnd wie der Heilig Geist inn Metallen unnd Bergarbeit die Artickel unsers Christlichen glaubens fürgebildet...Sampt der Jochimsthalischen kurtzen Chroniken

      Title printed in red & black. 6 p.l., CCXXXVII, [25] leaves. Small folio, 18th-cent. half-vellum & speckled boards (first few leaves a bit soiled, some inoffensive worming at beginning & end). Nuremberg: D. Gerlach, 1571. Third edition, corrected and enlarged (earlier eds.: 1562 and 1564). Mathesius (1504-65), a close friend of Agricola and Luther, was the first pastor at Joachimsthal, the richest silver mine in Central Europe, located in the heart of the Bohemian mining district known as the Erzegebirge. The present treatise, delivered in the form of sermons, describes the processes of mining iron, copper, silver, gold, and other metals. Mathesius's "sermons on mining topics were extremely popular for he spoke in a 'bergkleuftigen' manner, in the familiar miner's tongue. Mining writer Wolfgang Paul said that these sermons related practical mining problems to Biblical stories 'in order to influence the miners' religious sentiment and the pleasure in the church as well as to deepen their professional interest'."-Hoover, p. 134. The final [25] leaves contain an invaluable historical "chronicle" of Joachimsthal. "Sarepta" at the beginning of the title refers to the ancient Phoencian mining town at the foot of the Lebanon mountains. A very nice and fresh copy. ❧ Ferchl, p. 345-"mit viel berg- und hüttentech." Hoover 565-(1st ed. of 1562). Koch, Geschichte und Entwicklung des bergmännischen Schrifttums, pp. 43-44. .

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        Historia Boiemicae - Rerum Moscoviticarum

      Basileae Basel: Apvd Petrum Pernam, 1571. The following 3 volumes are bound together: Historiae Boienicae by Iohanne Dubravio. 2nd edition. Basel 1575. Folio. 45, 327, 25 pages with 2 double paged genealogical charts. An improvement over the first edition (Basel 1552), this second edition is often considered the "deluxe edition". Bound with: Historiae Boiemecae by Aeneae Sylvii. Basel 1575. Folio. 81 pages. Bound with Rerum Moscoviticarum. Quibus Rusiae ac Metropolis eius Moscouiae descriptio, Chorographiecae tabulae, religionis indication, modus excipiendi & tractandi oratores, itineraia in Moscouiam dua & alia quaedam continentur. Basel 1571. 4, 227, 16 pages with 8 woodcuts and 3 double page maps. Bound in decoratively blind stamped vellum parchment. The title page of the first book has been replaced with a modern reproduction on acid free paper. Very slight worming to some pages in the rear. Slight water stain to upper inner fold of pages.. 1st Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good-. Folio - over 12" - 15" tall.

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        THE PSALMES OF DAVID AND OTHERS. WITH M. IOHN CALVINS COMMENTARIES

      [London: Imprinted ... by Thomas East and Henry Middleton: for Lucas Harrison, and George Byshop], 1571.. [6],287,[1],259,[11] leaves. Wanting 4 preliminary leaves (*3-6), but with genuine blanks 2N8 and [4L6]. Small, thick quarto. Old, possibly contemporary calf, raised bands, gilt spine label. Title within ornate border. Ownership signature in upper blank corner of title, with several dates 1735-8 surrounding it, later ink signature on front free endsheet, 1693 ownership signature on verso of terminal blank, bookplate of H.A. Underwick on pastedown, some small rust spots to the Table and terminal blank, with consequent small patch of erosion in blank foremargin of last six leaves, shallow tidemark in top blank portion of gutter of last few leaves, otherwise (and apart from the four missing preliminary leaves), a very good copy The first edition of Arthur Golding's celebrated translation of Calvin's COMMENTARIUS IN LIBRUM PSALMORUM, accompanied by the relevant selection of Psalms in English. Although the majority of his published works as translator were not literary, his wider reputation rests with his translation of Ovid's METAMORPHOSIS from the original Latin, which was widely influential on the likes of Marlowe, Spenser, and, of course, Shakespeare. The four missing leaves consist of the conclusion of Golding's "Epistle Dedicatorie" and of the opening of Calvin's Introduction "To the Reader." An uncommon book: ABPC notes only two appearances of copies at auction in the last two decades, both of them significantly imperfect. ESTC S107215. STC 4395.

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        D. HIERONYMI OSORII LVSITANI EPISCOPI SYLVENSIS. DE REGIS INSTITVTIONE ET DISCIPLINA. LIB VIII.

      - AD SERENISSIMVM ET INVICTISSIMVM PORTVGALIAE REGEM. SEBASTIANVM, E. N. I. Cum gratia & Priuilegio Regum. SEBAS. R. POR. ET PHI. R. CATHO. OLYSIPPONE, Ex officina Ioannis Hispani. 1571. Tassado em papel. [cólofon:] EXCVDEBAT FRANCISCVS CORREA AMPLISS. ET SERENISS. Cardi. Infan. Typogra. A. 1572 M. Ianu. D. 22. In 8.º de 19x13 cm. Com 308 pags. Encadernação do sec. xviii com rótulo vermelho, nervos e ferros a ouro na lombada. Exemplar com assinaturas de posse e visto de expurgo inquisitorial [162?] na folha de rosto, anotações marginais coevas e ocasionais rasuras inquisitoriais. Leves vestígios de humidade marginais, restauros grosseiros marginais, as folhas de rosto e de cólofon parcialmente espelhadas, leves vestígios marginais de trabalho de traça. 2 cadernos encadernados fora da ordem. Obra mandada imprimir pelo Cardeal Príncipe D. Henrique [futuro Rei de Portugal 1578-80] na qualidade de Inquisidor-Mor e com licença assinada por Bartolomeu Ferreira, censor dos Lusíadas. 1ª edição de uma obra raríssima que foi reeditada em várias cidades europeias. Impressão em caracteres rotundos sem parágrafos. Adornada com 12 capitulares xilogravadas no início de cada capítulo. Esta edição foi incluída no Index Proibitorum publicado em 1624 e mandada expurgar segundo o mesmo. Existem alguns exemplares desta edição que apresentam no fim mais 2 fólios volantes com o aviso do tipógrafo e erratas. Possivelmente adicionados numa eventual segunda tiragem ou acrescentados aos exemplares que ficaram na loja do editor. Obra publicada no mesmo ano da primeira edição de Os Lusíadas, que influenciou tratado homólogo de Juan Mariana (1537-1624) e terá sucessivas edições em Colónia, 1572, 1574 e 1614, e Paris, 1583, sendo considerada um dos principais livros do Renascimento. 'De regis institutione et disciplina, dedicado em 1572 a D. Sebastião (segundo resumo de Nair Nazaré de Castro Soares, na sua tese de doutoramento sobre esta obra) segue as normas ético-jurídicas da teorização aristotélico-tomista, imbuída do idealismo ético de Platão - síntese digna de um Cícero. Não fora o célebre bispo de Silves intitulado, sobretudo pelo colorido e vigor da sua frase límpida e ritmada, o Cícero português! Assim se compreende que a obra deste autor, humanista corresponsável na condução da respublica e orientação do seu príncipe, se torne o modelo paradigmático do ideal de príncipe, no século áureo da nossa história. Em suma, o De regis institutione et disciplina, verdadeiro espelho das realidades sociais e políticas do tempo, revela-nos a dimensão do humanismo estético-ideológico de um autor representativo de uma época, a sua concepção de príncipe ideal e a sua forma de encarar a problemática do homem, enquanto ser social e político, e enquanto pessoa, na sua finitude e transcendência'. Anselmo 503. BDMII. 330. Inocêncio 372. "D. JERONYMO OSORIO, natural de Lisboa, filho primogenito de João Osorio da Fonseca, Ouvidor geral que foi da India, nos primeiros annos depois da conquista. [No catalogo dos bispos do Algarve, que vem no fim das Instituições synodaes de D. Francisco Barreto (Dicc., tomo II, pag. 98), diz a pag. 15 que: «D. Hieronymo Osorio foi natural de um logar do bispado de Leyria do reino de Portugal». Que esclareçam esta informação os que melhor podérem estudar a vida de D. Jeronymo Osorio]. Frequentou com grande aproveitamento as Universidades de Salamanca, Paris e Bolonha, e mereceu por suas obras latinas ser honrosamente cognominado o Cicero portuguez. Foi Secretario particular do infante D. Luis, e Mestre de D. Antonio, prior do Crato; Prior das freguezias de Sancta Maria de Tavares e S. Salvador de Travanca, no bispado de Viseu; Arcediago do bago da cathedral de Evora, de que tomou posse a 30 de Março de 1560, e nomeado Bispo de Silves em 1564, cuja cathedral se transferiu no seu tempo para Faro em 1577. Morreu em Tavira a 20 de Agosto de 1580, com 74 annos de edade, se devemos estar pelas contas de Barbosa, que todavia parece haver padecido alg

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        DELLA SELVA DI VARIA LETTIONE Di Pietro Messia: Parti Cinque, nelle quali sono utili cose, dotti ammaestramenti, & varij discorsi appartenenti cosi alle scientie, come alle Historie de gli huomini & de gli animali

      Venetia, Francesco Rampazetto, 1571.. Ampliate, & di nuovo rivedute per Francesco Sansovino. Early Italian edition 1571, first published in Seville in 1540, text in Italian, small 8vo, approximately 150 x 105 mm, 6 x 4 inches, large pictorial printer's device on title page, some pictorial initials and headpieces, pages: (24), 1-438, (2) - colophon and 1 blank, collation: *8, **4, A-III8, III8 is a blank, bound in full vellum, no lettering or label. Two minute nicks at head of spine, front endpaper renewed, occasional small light mark to margins, tip of 1 lower corner missing due to paper flaw, 1 faint marginal note, very occasional small ink mark in the margins, small narrow piece torn from fore-edge of AA3 and lower corner missing from SS3, both due to paper flaws, last 8 leaves lightly damp stained in lower margins. A very good tight copy. Pedro Mexía (1497 - 1551) was a Spanish Renaissance writer, humanist and historian born in Seville. He studied humanities and law at Seville and Salamanca universities. He maintained correspondence with Erasmus of Rotterdam, Luis Vives and Juan Gines de Sepulveda. In 1548, he was appointed official chronicler of the court of Emperor Charles V. This is his major work "Silva de varia lección" first published in Seville in 1540. It proved extremely popular and was translated into French, Italian and English in the sixteenth century. It is an encyclopedic miscellany or mixture of subjects of interest across the diverse repertoire of humanistic knowledge of the time, taking material from many classical writers including Aulus Gellius, Ateneo, Macrobius, Valerius Maximus, Polidoro Virgilio, Plutarch and the Natural History of Pliny the Elder. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        PROKATALEPSIS ODER PRAEOCCUPATIO, DURCH ZWOLFF VERSCHEIDENLICHER TRACT

      1571. THURNEISSER ZUM THURN, Leonhart. PROKATALEPSIS ODER PRAEOCCUPATION, DURCH ZWOLFF VERSCHEIDENLICHER TRACTATEN; GEMACHTER HARM PROBEN. Frankfurt: Johann Eichorn, 1571. First edition. Folio. Pp. [4], lxxxv, [2,1 blank]. Title red and black within an elaborate woodcut border. The first word in the title is transliterated from Greek. Portrait on Aii, framed by strapwork incorporating laboratory equipment and two nudes pouring chemicals. Colophon, on Hiiij recto, p.[lxxxv11]. Ex library, with the only markings being two faint, inconspicuous stamps. Bound in 18th century marbled boards, with new spine. The method of analysis and conclusions described in this book are noted by Johann Carl Moehsen p.72 and by Sprengel (Geschichte der Medicin, Halle, 1827, ii., p.499). Thurneisser or Thurneysser, as well as five other spellings, was born in Basel in 1530. His father was a goldsmith. Arrested for selling gilt lead as gold, Thurneisser fled Basel, fought in the army of Albert of Brandenburg, was captured and imprisoned. By 1558 he was a metallurgist in the Tyrol, then from 1560 to 1570 was sent to many countries by the Archduke Ferdinand to research metallurgy. In 1569 he first published his Archidoxa and in 1570 the Quinta Essentia. He wrote on chemistry, alchemy, meteorology, pharmacology and medicine, making it up as he went along. From 1570 to 1584 he was a physician in the court of the Elector of Brandenburg, who put at his disposal an abbey in Berlin, where he had a laboratory as well as a printing press, employed 300 people, and amassed a large fortune. This he lost in a divorce from his third wife, and left Berlin for Rome, Florence and Cologne. History sees him now as a flamboyant charlatan. (Bibliotheca Chemica, p. 453; D.S.B.).

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        Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica acltydrogrphica Tabula

      Willem Blaeu (1571-1638)?Nova Totius Terrarum Orbis Geographica acltydrogrphica Tabula?Amsterdam: 1606Hand-colored copperplate engraving31" x 35" framedThis classic single-sheet world map on Mercator's projection, first brought out by Blaeu in 1606, remained in active circulation, for over 50 years.  It is celebrated as one of the supreme examples of the mapmaker's art and was later reprinted in atlas form.  The most striking characteristics of Blaeu's map are the superb border decorations.  Along the top are allegorical representations of the sun and moon and the five known planets, while each side has four panels illustrating the elements and the four seasons, and along the bottom are seven vignettes showing the seven wonders of the world.  Blaeu maps are immediately recognizable by the beauty of their ornamentation.  Whereas 16th century publishers had decorated their maps with strapwork designs in black and white, Blaeu's maps were embellished with decorative swags, symbols, coats of arms, city views and large pictorial cartouches, and were hand-colored in the Baroque taste. As official cartographer to the Dutch East India Company, Blaeu had access to information regarding geographical discoveries that was unavailable to any of his competitors.  Blaeu published his first world atlas, the Atlantis Appendix, with 60 maps in 1630, and continued to produce new maps at such a rate that by 1634, he abandoned the single volume format and announced his intention to publish a new world atlas, entitled the Theatrum, which became the most monumental cartographic publication of the 17th century.  The acclaim that Blaeu's maps receive is based upon their extremely high production standards and geographical sophistication.  The splendid side decoration is one of Blaeu's most recognizable decorative flourishes, and the quality of the engraving, the paper, and coloring are of the highest order, placing Blaeu's work at the forefront of seventeenth-century cartography.  The maps are embellished in the Baroque style, and many, especially the world map, the centerpiece of the atlas, rank among the most beautiful ever made.

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        OMNIA D. PLATONIS OPERA

      1571. PLATO. OMNIA D. PLATONIS OPERA tralatione Marsilii Ficini, & ad Graecum codicem accurata castigatione. Quae recenti hac editione nostra multo quam antea ornatiora, & locupletiora sunt facta, opera, & diligentia Jacobi Tapia Aldana... Venetiis: Apvd Hieronymvm Scotvm, 1571. Publisher's colophon on last page is dated 1570. Folio. 30.5 cm. [40],548 pp. Text is printed in double columns. It is complete despite two conjugate leaves (E1 & E8) which are bound out of order and several errors in pagination. Early ink ownership (1695) on t.p. and notes in margins, and with a small ink stamp at bottom edge of t.p. Text leaves are lightly toned, with some light dampstaining near the end of the volume. Some ink staining to top- and fore-edge of the bookblock, near the center, which does not affect the text. The first leaf (the title- page) and its conjugate have paper reinforcment at the crease; in addition, the title-page has a small patch of paper reinforcement on verso at fore-edge. Small lacuna in last leaf which has been very carefully repaired, with a couple of letters neatly supplied by hand. Bound in early vellum, which is lightly spotted and soiled, which has been partially rebacked with great skill; the spine has traces of early ink labelling.

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        Institutiones iuris canonici, quibus ius pontificium singulari methodo libris quatuor comprehenditur

      Lugduni: Gul. Rouillium, 1571. *The price of this item HAS BEEN temporarily REDUCED until Sunday, July 14. Order now for best savings! 12mo, 420 pp. + index; in old leather, old signature to front blank, now in need of rebinding; . Photos available upon request.

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        Rerum geographicarum. Latini facti Guilielmo Xylandro augustano interprete.

      ex Officina Henricpetriana, Basileae 1571 - 58 h. sin num. inc. port. con la marca del impresor grabada en madera, 563 págs., al pie de la última colofón y marca del impresor al vuelto, 27 mapas dobles en madera a doble página y 7 también en madera dentro del texto, obra de Sebastian Munster. Pergamino de época.La obra de Strabon constituye el primer intento de compilación de todo el conocimiento geográfico hasta la fecha; ofrece una descripción detallada del mundo tal y como se conoció en la antigüedad y posee gran valor histórico y documental, sobre todo como informe, por las extensas observaciones del propio Strabon, quien recorrió casi todas las tierras del mundo conocido hasta la fecha (siglo IV A.C.)Buen ejemplar, en su estado original.

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        Istria sotto il Dominio Veneto fra li Colfi Trigestino et Quarner?.

      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. Bibliografia: Tooley?s, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. I, p. 228. Dimensioni 210x155. 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 Istria is before the number. Literature: Tooley?s, Dictionary of Mapmakers, vol. I, p. 228. Size 210x155. Venezia Venice

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        De venenis libri due. Gallice primum ab eo scripti, et à multis hactenus Latini desiderati, & nunc tandem opera & labore Hieremiae Martij Augustanae Reipublicae medici, in Latinum sermonem, summa fide & dilligentia, in rei medicae studiosorum utitlitatem atque commodum conversi. Quibus adiunctus est praetereà eiusdem auctoris de antimonio tractatus, eodem interprete, unà cum rerum memorabilium, praecipuè ad operis calcem, Indice.

      Antweriae, ex officina Chistophori Plantini, 1571. 4to (223 x 155mm). pp. (20), 332, (10), with 92 woodcuts in the text. Contemporary limp vellum (some damage to right upper corner of the frontcover). First Latin edition of this important work on toxicology. The first French edition was published by Plantin in 1568. The present Latin edition was translated from the French by the Augsburg physician Hieremias Martius. Jacques Grevin (c. 1539-1570) was a French poet and dramatist and disciple of Ronsard. "Grevin was originally educated as a physician, and wrote several works on medical and scientific topics. His two books on poisons, while adding nothing new to toxicological knowledge, showed a distinctively skeptical and realistic attitude towards the writings of both classical and modern authors, with whom Grévin often disagreed. He also casts doubt on several superstitious beliefs, such as the efficacy of amulets against poison, or the turquoise's power to detect the presence of toxic substance. Two books on poisons was published with Grevin's verse translation of 'Theriaka' and 'Alexipharmaka', two didactic poems on poisonous plants and animals by the Hellenistic physician Nicander of Colophon (b. ca. A.D. 275)" ('The Haskell F. Norman library of Science & Medicine' 439, quoting the French edition). The excellent woodcuts show snakes, amphibia, scorpions, fish, a dog suffering from rabies, poisonous plants etc. Durling 2174; Nissen ZBI, 1713.

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        GUIDA. LE COSE MERAVIGLIOSE dell?Alma Città di Roma, dove si tratta delle Chiese, Stationi, Indulgenze,...

      appresso Giovanni Osmarino 1571 [colophon Roma appresso Giovanni Osmarino Giliotum alla chiavica di Santa Lucia 1571] in-16, 1 cb, cc 64, 2 cb, leg. p. perg. coeva con nervi al d. legacci. A carta 46 inizia il trattato dal titolo: ?L?Antichità di Roma di M. Andrea Palladio raccolta brevemente da gli auttori antichi, e moderni?. Rossetti G-414. Schudt 68. Minuscoli forellini di tarlo al d. e altro tarletto sulle ultime 2 carte bianche. Ottimo esempl. in legatura coeva. [511]

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        Lucubrationes in Bartolum, in quibus pene omnia, quae ad iuris interpretationem, & ad iustitiam administrandam attinent, novo, ac perutili quodam ordine feliciter explicantur. Cum summariis, et indice locupletissimo?

      (al Segno della Fontana) 1571 Due parti in un volume in-folio (cm. 37), cc. (143); 359 (1). Grandi marchi tipografici in xilografia. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena rigida, dorso a nervi con titoli manoscritti. Qualche segno d'usura alla legatura, peraltro esemplare genuino, marginoso e ben conservato. Il nostro esemplare comprende il primo volume, preceduto dal corposo indice dell'opera (mutilo del frontespizio). Nello stesso anno apparve però un secondo (ed un terzo?) volume qui non presente.

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        Compendiosae substitutionis tractatus. perusiae, apud valentem panizzam mantuanum, 1571.

      In-folio (cm. 32), ottima legatura coeva in p. pergamena rigida con nervi e titolo ms. al dorso (piccoli segni d'uso); cc. [4], 212 in buono stato, crocchianti, ad ampi margini; con fioriture sparse, un Ex Libris sbiadito al margine del frontespizio, trascurabili macchie ai tagli. Prima importante edizione dell'opera del giurista perugino su eredità e successioni. "Egli stampò sollecitamente questa opera per onore del suo esame che nel prendere la laurea dovette sostenere in somiglianti argomenti, e per i quali ebbe delle inquietezze procurate dalla invidia altrui" [Vermiglioli II, 147]. Cfr. Edit-16 28364. Buon esemplare.

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        "i tre libri della retorica a theodette; tradotti in lingua volgare da m. alessandro piccolomini. nuovamente dati in luce. con la tavola de' sommarij. " in venetia, appresso francesco de' franceschi sanese, 1571.

      In-8° (212x150mm), pp. (12), 292, legatura coeva p. pergamena flessibile con unghie e titolo manoscritto su tassello cartaceo al dorso. Al frontespizio impresa xilografica. Avvertenza ai lettori del Piccolomini, indice preliminare. Capilettera istoriati e fregi tipografici ornati incisi su legno. Timbri di estinta biblioteca. Fisiologiche fioriture e bruniture. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione del volgarizzamento del Piccolomini della ""Retorica"" aristotelica. Il Piccolomini (Siena, 1508-ivi, 1579), della stessa famiglia di papa Pio II, fu letterato, ecclesiastico (fu arcivescovo di Patrasso e coadiutore dell'arcivescovo Bandini Piccolomini), commediografo di buon livello, poeta, lettore di filosofia morale a Padova, membro dell'Accademia degli Infiammati, e, soprattutto, divulgatore, traduttore e commentatore di Aristotele in volgare, nonché volgarizzatore di altri classici. STC Italian, p. 53. Gamba, 1212. Parenti, Prime edizioni, 400. EDIT16 CNCE 2976. Non in Adams.

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        Primera, y segunda parte, de la historia del Peru? Contiene la primera, lo succedido en la Nueva España y en el Peru, sobre la execucion de las nuevas leyes: y el allanamiento, y castigo, que hizo el Presidente Gasca, de Gonzalo Pizarro y sus sequaces. La

      A fundamental early chronic of Peru, in a splendid Spanish binding. 1571. Seville. Hernando Diaz. In folio (297 mm x 204 mm). 4 ff. + 142 + 130. Contemporary Spanish blind tooled calf, recased, raised bands to spine, gently rubbed. Title to first part with loss of paper to upper margin restored just touching the border of the coat of arms, away from text, right margin as well but away from text, a few scattered foxing spots, Palencia´s signature at beginning and end, a fine copy. First edition, considerably rare; this is one of the most important early chronics on Peru and Latin America. Its rarity may be due to that in March 1572 it ?was forbidden to be circulated and ordered to be destroyed by the Council of the Indies? (Sabin); ?livre fort rare et tres-important? (Leclerc). Fernandez de Palencia (1520 ? 1581) was a Spanish historian, military and conqueror; he arrived in Peru in 1553, shortly after the region´s conquest, and was so an eye witness to the process of colonization. The contents of the work include Gasca´s period as President of the Audiencia of Peru, following the murder of Nuñez de Vela, Hurtado de Mendoza´s government, the insurrection lead by Hernandez Giron & later Pizarro, information on the natives, their administration & customs. Both titles bear large woodcut arms of Spain, the last leaf, as usual, with author´s signature. Sabin, 24133. Palau, 89549. Leclerc, Bibliotheca Americana, 1733.

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        PROKATALEPSIS ODER PRAEOCCUPATIO, DURCH ZWOLFF VERSCHEIDENLICHER TRACT

      1571. THURNEISSER ZUM THURN, Leonhart. PROKATALEPSIS ODER PRAEOCCUPATION, DURCH ZWOLFF VERSCHEIDENLICHER TRACTATEN; GEMACHTER HARM PROBEN. Frankfurt: Johann Eichorn, 1571. First edition. Folio. Pp. [4], lxxxv, [2,1 blank]. Title red and black within an elaborate woodcut border. The first word in the title is transliterated from Greek. Portrait on Aii, framed by strapwork incorporating laboratory equipment and two nudes pouring chemicals. Colophon, on Hiiij recto, p.[lxxxv11]. Ex library, with the only markings being two faint, inconspicuous stamps. Bound in 18th century marbled boards, with new spine. The method of analysis and conclusions described in this book are noted by Johann Carl Moehsen p.72 and by Sprengel (Geschichte der Medicin, Halle, 1827, ii., p.499). Thurneisser or Thurneysser, as well as five other spellings, was born in Basel in 1530. His father was a goldsmith. Arrested for selling gilt lead as gold, Thurneisser fled Basel, fought in the army of Albert of Brandenburg, was captured and imprisoned. By 1558 he was a metallurgist in the Tyrol, then from 1560 to 1570 was sent to many countries by the Archduke Ferdinand to research metallurgy. In 1569 he first published his Archidoxa and in 1570 the Quinta Essentia. He wrote on chemistry, alchemy, meteorology, pharmacology and medicine, making it up as he went along. From 1570 to 1584 he was a physician in the court of the Elector of Brandenburg, who put at his disposal an abbey in Berlin, where he had a laboratory as well as a printing press, employed 300 people, and amassed a large fortune. This he lost in a divorce from his third wife, and left Berlin for Rome, Florence and Cologne. History sees him now as a flamboyant charlatan. (Bibliotheca Chemica, p. 453; D.S.B.).

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