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        Natoliae, quae olim Asia Minor Nova Descriptio - Aegypti Recentior Descriptio - Carthaginis Celeberrimi Sinus Typus.

       [Antwerpen 1573]. 3 altkolor. Kupferkarten auf einem Blatt. 33 x 49 cm. (Bildausschn.). Bugfalte. In gutem Zustand.3 alotkolor. Karten von einer Kupferplatte gedruckt, zeigen das Gebiet der Türkei mit Zypern, Kreta, Rhodos. Auf den beiden anderen Karten: Ägypten und Tunis. Beschreibender Text in deutscher Sprache a. d. Rücks. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Karten und Pläne, Afrika

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        Carta de privilegio de juro a favor de] Garci Fernández de Castro lxxxviijVdcclxvij: de Juro A xiiijV mrs el millar [firmada el 4 de agosto de 1573

      1573 - 6 pliegos de vitela, haciendo 12 folios / 24 páginas (310x220mm.), encuadernados también en vitela, cosidos con el cordón (sin el sello de plomo) de hilos de seda dorados, cobrizos y blancos de Felipe II. Texto rayado de 34 líneas. Todos los versos con en membrete estampado del s. XIX “Liquidación. Cancelado”. En cubierta, con otra letra, “Juro de lanas 880.766 mvs” [sic., por 88.766].- // Muerto Carlos I, el reinado de Felipe II entró en “suspensión de pagos” en 1557. Para gestionarla y disponer de ingresos en el corto plazo, Felipe II reprodujo en 1558 y 1559 la apropiación de bienes de propiedad privada (fundamentalmente el oro y la plata) que llegaban de las Indias occidentales realizada en 1556 y 1557. Las Cortes de Castilla presentaron reclamaciones en la reunión de Valladolid de 1558 para que esas apropiaciones se regularizaran como deuda y se pusieron serias en la de Toledo de 1559-1560, obligando a que se estudiase el conjunto de la deuda así acumulada con los nobles asentistas y mercaderes castellanos, forzando a Felipe II a emitir el 14 de noviembre de 1560 su célebre cédula donde reconocía la deuda y la consolidaba jurídicamente. El monarca quedó comprometido a saldarla y a, entretanto, pagar una renta anual equivalente a poco más del 7% del principal (14.000 maravedíes el millar). Este privilegio de juro que ofrecemos lo testimonia, pero, de modo muy interesante, extiende su recorrido mucho más alla. Comienza con sendos juros consecuencia de la cédula de 1560 reconociendo deuda por importe de más de seis millones de maravedíes al mercader burgalés Alonso de Castro, causada por dos apropiaciones, en 1558, del oro y plata que recibía de las Indias, que se le hicieron “para la guerra contra Francia y contra el Turco y los moros, al no ser bastante con las rentas ordinarias, ni con lo que venía de Indias” (como figura en este juro). En 1563, un pariente suyo, Diego López de Castro, alcalde mayor -perpetuo- de Burgos, que había sido procurador en las Cortes de 1558, le compró parte de la deuda (un millón y medio de maravedíes) y ligó la parte del juro correspondiente (ciento once mil maravedíes) al mayorazgo de Santiuste que iba a fundar. (Años atrás, en 1555, la reina Juana había solicitado una bula papal para poder enajenar el poblado de Santiuste del monasterio de las Huelgas de Burgos, a cuya hacienda pertenecía. Obtenida la bula, ese mismo año vendió el lugar por 503.661 maravedíes a Diego López de Castro quien, de inmediato, solicitó a Felipe II la autorización para fundar sobre el poblado, convertido en señorío, previo pago de la merced, el mayorazgo mencionado. Aunque recibió la autorización en diciembre de 1559, López de Castro no lo funda hasta abril de 1563, con su hijo Garci Fernández de Castro como primer titular, incorporando el juro adquirido a Alonso de Castro como una de sus rentas. Como a finales de 1567 la Corona todavía no había devuelto los principales de los préstamos, ni tampoco había satisfecho los importes anuales de los juros, en marzo de 1568 Felipe II, con otro (.) Frente a los expedientes de privilegios de juro que se conservan en el Archivo de Indias y en la unidad de Contaduría mayor de Hacienda del de Simancas, que son expedientes en papel, y frente a otras cartas de privilegio de juro, la que ofrecemos presenta varias peculiaridades de gran interés: la ligazón y compraventa de juros sucesivos que contiene, que muestran la evolución de la gestión de la deuda entre 1558 y 1573; una dimensión fuera de lo común -12 hojas de vitela exceden las 4 o 6 que eran habituales-; y que, siendo deuda con un particular, se haya conservado y no se “rasgara”, algo solo posible porque en algún momento temprano viajó con sus propietarios a América, no cancelándose hasta el siglo XIX. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ROSARIO DELLA SACRATISS VERGINE MARIA ...

      Rome: Giuseppe De gl'Angeli, Roma, 1573, 1573. One of the first rosaries published following the institution of the Mysteries by Pope Pius V, preceding other editions that were published in 1578 in Venice (also used engravings by Adamo as in this edition) and in 1582 and 1587. Beautifully illustrated with 18 (of 20) engravings attributed to Adamo Scultori (1530-1585) who is also known as Adam Mantuano. Attribution by Brunet, and "Adam Sculptor" is shown on title page of this edition. Unfortunately two of the plates showing Christ carrying the cross and the Crucifixion were pulled from the book. The other side of each illustration missing had one page of introductory text for that section of the mysteriess. Thus, four pages total are missing, although I have included copies of the four pages including the illustrations as found by a previous owner on a website that had digital images of a somewhat later edition of this book (unknown which edition but the typography is different from the 1573). What remains in this book, however, are complete texts of each of the 15 mysteries of the Rosary as set down by Pope Pius V in 1569. And also present in this copy are the remaining 18 outstanding engraved illustrations, including a particularly wonderful Nativity scene. These engravings are all fulll page. And there are also many lovely engraved head and tail pieces and initial letters. The book is now in what appears to be an 18th century Italian binding, with endpapers supplied at that time. The endpapers revealing the paper used was laid paper appropriate to the 18th century. Book is square and tight and mostly very clean internally. Not counting a few pages of text which are extensively annotated by a very antique writing in Italian. Old ink gone brown and the writing has the look of no later than 18th century. Book is printed on good Renaissance paper. A few old stains on the marbled paper covers, mostly on back cover. Small old paper tag on spine but whatever was written on it has now faded. This copy does not, however, appear to have ever been in an insttitutional library. Because of the four pages present only in facsimile, this copy of 1573 has been significantly discounted from the price I think a perfect copy would be worth, considering the scarcity and importance of this as one of the earliest guides to the rosary mysteries as formalized by Pope Pius V in 1569. . First Edition. Marbled Paper Over Boards. Very Good/N/A. Illus. by Illustrated with 18 Engravings Attributed to Adamo Scultori (Adam Mantuano). Quarto, [12], 276pp.

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        Insularum Aliquot Maris Mediterranei Descriptio.

      Platin, Antwerp 1573 - Original copper engraving, published in a German text edition of the "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". Six various maps of Mediterranean islands shown on the map. A very good example, printed on excellent German paper. In excellent condition.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Reinhold Berg eK]
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        h. Odoardo Fialetti Venus and cupid / Engel 12 Radierungen etchings series

      Graphik, 17. - (GN 22393) Serie von 12 Original Radierungen nach Odoardo Fialetti (1573-1638) Fialetti gab 1607 seine "Scherzo d'Amore" mit einer Serie von 13 Radierungen heraus, welche Venus mit einem Engel zeigen. Hier wird eine umfangreiche Folge von 12 Radierungen angeboten, welcher ein anonymer Künstler im 17. Jahrhundert geschaffen hat Blatt-Format je ca.30 x19 cm Platte ca. 16,5 x 10 cm etwas fleckig und gebräunt, meist ausserhalb des Bildes äusserst seltene und dekorative Folge Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! Viele weitere antiquarische Bücher und alte Grafiken in unserem shop! Sprache: Deutsch

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Steffen Völkel]
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        D. LEONIS PAPAE HUIUS NOMINIS PRIMI QUI SUMMO IURE MAGNI COGNOMENTUM IAM OLIM OBTINET SERMONES & HOMILIAE QUE QUIDEM EXTANT OMNES

      VENETIIS : APUD CHRISTOPHORUM ZANETTUM, 1573. In 16. Dim. 15x11 cm. Pp. (12)+240. Bella edizione del 1573, una raccolta di omelie e sermoni di Papa Leone I ('- 461), celebre per aver cacciato Attila dall'Italia. Importante edizione di Cristoforo Zanetti. Alla fine una parte dedicata alla vita di Papa Leone I, con riferimenti anche alle vicende legate ad Attila. Bella vignetta al frontespizio. Copertina in piena pergamena seicentesca con titolo manoscritto al dorso. Titolo manoscritto al taglio inferiore. Numerazione singola. Timbro e nota manoscritta al frontespizio e al contropiatto anteriore. In buone condizioni e completa. Copertina in piena pergamena molle seicentesca con titolo manoscritto al dorso in buone condizioni generali con usure e parti mancanti ai margini e dorso. Legatura in buone condizioni. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con fioriture e bruniture.Beautiful edition of 1573, a collection of homelies and sermons by the Pope Leone I ('- 461). Important edition of Cristoforo Zanetti. At the end a part dedicated to the life of the Pope Leone I with refeerings to Attila and related happenings. Beautiful vignette in the title page. Full parchment cover of XVII century with handwritten title in the spine. Handwritten title in the foot edge. Single numbering. In good conditions and complete. Full parchment cover of XVII century with handwritten title in the spine in good general conditions with wearings and missing parts in the edges and spine. Binding in good conditions. Inside pages are in good conditions with foxings and yellowings.

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        Institutionum Scholasticarum libri tres. Omnibus Litterarum et Christianae pietatis studiosis, utilitatis non parum allaturi.

      Antverpiae, apud Ioannem Bellerum, 1573. - in-8. 12ff. 349pp. 1f. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure postérieure restaurée). Edition Originale. Dans cet ouvrage rédigé au milieu des troubles qui agitèrent la Belgique et les Pays Bas contre la domination espagnole, Simon Verepaeus, ou Vereept (1522-1598), dessine le modèle pédagogique complet d'un établissement scolaire et de son fonctionnement. L'ouvrage est divisé en trois parties: la première décrit le rôle des enseignants ainsi que les devoirs et les droits des élèves (étude, discipline, jeux); la seconde établit le programme des études humanistiques et littéraires, réparti sur sept années, avec notamment l'enseignement du théâtre et la mise en scène de petits spectacles; enfin la troisième partie évoque le programme de l'éducation religieuse dispensée au cours de la même période. "Verreept, sans être lui-même un jésuite, était un sympathisant de leur programme, mais il était aussi un professeur entièrement gagné aux méthodes pédagogiques déjà en usage aux Pays-Bas ( ). Son Institutionum Scholasticarum libri tres (Anvers, 1573) intégrait, et louait, le cursus jésuite qu'il avait recueilli à partir des programmes non publiés de neuf collèges différents" (Moss). Quelques rousseurs et salissures. Bon exemplaire relié au 18e siècle. Cf. Ann Moss, "Les recueils de lieux communs" (Droz, 2002), pp.290-291. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Thusciae descriptio auctorae Hieronimo Bellarmato.

       [Antwerpen 1573]. Altkolor. Kupferkarte. 32 x 50 cm. (Bildausschn.). Bugfalte. Im Rd. etw. fleckig. In gutem Zustand.Koeman III A, 332:01 - Karte des Girolamo Bellarmato (1493-1555), die in den Atlas von Ortelius aufgenommen wurde. Zeigt das gesamte Gebiet der Toskana. Farbig umrankte Textkartusche. Beschreibender Text in deutscher Sprache a. d. Rücks. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Karten und Pläne, Afrika

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        Flandria. Barbantia, Et Holanda Nuova.':.

      - Kupferstich n. Girolamo Ruscelli & Gio. Malombra aus La Geografia Di Clavdio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, . b. Giordano Ziletti in Venedig, 1573, 19 x 25 van der Heijden, Old maps of the Netherlands 1548-1794, Map 8, state c. - Zeigt die Niederlande, Brabant, Flandern und die Ostküste von England. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        Hispania Nova Tabula':.

      - Kupferstich n. Girolamo Ruscelli & Gio. Malombra aus La Geografia Di Clavdio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, . b. Giordano Ziletti in Venedig, 1573, 19 x 25 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 87. - Zeigt Spanien und Portugal mit den Balearen. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Glossaria duo, è situ vetustatis eruta: ad vtriusque linguae cognitionem & locupletationem perutilia. Item, De Atticae linguae seu dialecti idiomatis, comment. Henr. Steph. Vtraque nunc primùm in publicum prodeunt [BOUND WITH] Cyrilli, Philoxeni, aliorumque veterum glossaria Latin-Graeca, & Graeco-Latina

      [Geneva] / Paris: Henri Estienne / Ludovici Billaine, 1573 / 1679. Hardcover. Very Good+. Nineteenth-century diced Russia, ornate border blindstamped on boards, rebacked, spine ruled and ornately blindstamped along 5 raised bands, gilt-stamped lettering in second spine compartment, a.e.g.; 2 works bound in one volume, folio (325x200mm). Estienne's critical edition of two manuscript glossaries (ca. 2nd-3rd century A.D.) discovered by him, the first Latin-Greek, the second Greek-Latin; pp. [8], 666 columns; [8], 13-247; [20], 208, 246, 40. Boards rubbed, and a bit scuffed along the edges; some early marginalia. Large armorial bookplate of Hugh Robert Hughes of Kimnel and Dinorben (1827-1911) on front paste-down; bookplate of E. Lynton Vicars on verso of FFEP. Estienne's glossaries grew out of research conducted during his compilation of the Thesaurus linguae gracae, and hence are sometimes regarded as supplements to the same. Nonetheless, they are "among the best glossaries we have, full of rare, ancient learning." /// Charles Labbé was a parliamentary barrister of Paris, who published, with the help of J. Scaliger Glosses on Greek law (1607), and prepared an edition of the Glossaries of 'Cyril and Philoxenus', which was published after his death by Du Cange (1679). (Sandys 2,287). The first part of this work contains Greek-Latin glosses, the second Latin-Greek glosses, followed by emendations.

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        Fori Ivlii Accvrata Descriptio. Cum Priuilegio. - Ex Bibliotheca Nobilis et doctissimi Ioannis Sambuci, Imperatoriae Mats. Historici. 1573.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius n. Johannes Sambucus aus Theatrum Orbis Terrarum b. Christoffel Plantin in Antwerpen, dat. 1573 ersch. 1579, 35,5 x 47,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 7171:31B, 31:021/022; Lago-Rossit, Theatrvm Fori Ivlii. La Patria Del Friuli Ed I Territori Finitimi Nella Cartografia Antica Sino A Tutti Il Secolo XVIII, Vol. I, S. 144, Abb. Tav. LIII; van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, S. 166; Nr. 119; Tooley's Dic. of Mapm., S. 557 (Johannes Sambucus , geograpger, 1531-1584). - Zeigt Friaul, die Adria von Venedig bis zu den kroatischen Inseln Krk und Cres, die Julischen Alpen, Krain und Istrien. - Oben links barocke Kartusche mit Kartentitel; oben rechts Kartusche mit Autorenangabe; am unteren linken Kartenrand im Golf von Venedig Meilenzeiger, Richtungszeiger, Segelschiffe und Meeresungeheuer. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Cambriae Typus Auctore Humfredo Lhuydo Denbigiense Cambrobritano

      Antverpy Ortelius Abraham 1573 - "Cambriae Typvs Auctore Hvmfredo Lhvydo Denbigiense Cambrobritano". Orig. copper-engraving after H. Llwyd map of Wales. Published by A. Ortelius, 1573. Coloured. With ornamental title cartouche, sea-monsters, a ship and the scale of map ("Scala Miliarium Anglicorum") with cartographic compasses. 37:49,5 cm (14 1/2 x 19 1/2 inch.). V. d. Broecke, map 21, ed. 1595 (Latin), state 21.1; Koeman III, map 5500:31. - Very decorative map of Wales.

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        Franciae Orientalis Vulgo Franckenlant Descriptio, Autore, Sebast. A. Rotenhan.' u. 'Monasteriensis Et Osnabvrgensis Episcopatvs Descriptio. Auctore Godefrido Mascop Embricense. - Cum priuilegio':.

      - Kolorierter Kupferstich n. Sebastian von Rotenhan & Gottfried Maschop b. Abraham Ortelius in Antwerpen, 1573, je 36 x 24,5, zus. van den Broecke 100. - Zeigt Franken und die beiden Bistümer Münster und Osnabrück. - Zwei Karten auf 1 Blatt. - Die Frankenkarte westorientiert. - Die Münster-Osnabrückkarte mit Rollwerkskartusche. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Historiae Brytannicae defensio, WITH De Mona Druidum Insula,

      Londini: Humfredi Toy, 1573 1st ed, 1573, VG+. In modern half calf, red marbled boards. Spine, raised bands, gilt titles to red calf label. Internally, new endpapers, [31], [1], [1], 2-160 pp, [10] index, [2], [19] Monae Insulae, woodcut/title device of Henry Bynnerman to tp, bookplate to fpd (Baron Ilchester) and epd (Cule), decorative initial letters, footers and headers, sm worm hole to margins first few leaves, some light staining. With finger watermark to text leaves. Contains Humfreidi Lhuyd's De Mona druidum insula from 2A1-end, dated 1568. A protest against the Anglicae historiae libri XXVI of Polydorus Vergilius. (ESTC S115198. STC 20309. Fairfax Murray 508). Prise, [Syr Siôn ap Rhys], administrator and scholar, whose familiarity with medieval texts informed his two best-known works, the Historiae Brytannicae defensio (probably completed by 1547 though not published until 1573), a measured refutation of Polydore Vergil's attack on Geoffrey of Monmouth's account of early British history, and Yny lhyvyr hwnn ... (?In this book ...?), attributed to Prise by Richard Davies. See ODNB.

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        La Graunde Abridgement, Collect & escrie per le Iudge tresreuerend Syr Robert Brooke, Chiualier, nadgairs chiefe Iustice del comon banke [bound with] La Secounde part du Graund Abridgement [etc.]. Two volumes in one [complete]. S.T.C. 3827; Beale 469 & 470

      London: In aedibus Richardi Totell, 1573. Early calf, rebacked, the original unlettered spine laid down, light browning, else quite clean and wide-margined; the Taussig copy First edition of one of the two great early abridgments of English law, providing access to the centuries of Year Book cases and medieval legal sources otherwise virtually inaccessible; a massive work with over 20,000 entries arranged alphabetically

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        Aurei Venerandae Antiquitatis Libelli Salicam Legem Continentes

      1573. A Landmark in the Recovery of Early Medieval Law Du Tillet, Jean [d. 1570], Editor. Aurei Venerandaeq'ue Antiquitatis Libelli Salicam Legem Continentes, A Clodoveo, Childeberto, & Clotario Christianiss. Regib. Prius Editi & Postremum a Carolo Magno Emendati & Aucti; Item Leges Burgundionum, Alamannorum, Saxonum, Baivuariorum, Ripuariorum, Ex Veteribus Libris Emendatiores & Auctiores. Paris: Ex Officina Iacobi du Puy, 1573. [ii], 127, [1]; 95, [1]; 70, [2]; 15, [1]; 119, [1]; 56 pp. Six parts, each with divisional title page. Work preceded by general title page. 16mo. (4-1/4" x 2-3/4") Later varnished three-quarter calf over speckled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing, corners bumped and somewhat worn, chipping to spine ends, joints cracked. Light toning, faint dampstaining in a few places. Early owner annotations to title page and a few other leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A rare title. * Second edition, a reissue of the first edition. An important landmark in the recovery of early medieval law, this volume contains critical editions of the principal texts of Frankish, Burgundian, Germanic, Saxon, Salic and Ripuarian Frankish law (Lex Alemannorum, Antiquae Burgundionum Leges, Ripuariorum Leges a Theodorico Rege Francorum Latae, Antiqua Baivuariorium Lex and Vetus Lex Saxonum.) The list of topics treated in these codes includes commerce, land ownership, inheritance, criminal procedure and civil procedure. A French humanist jurist and associate of Cujas, Du Tillet was also the Bishop of Brieuc, later Meaux. He edited Ulpian's Regulae and assisted Cujas with his edition of the Codex Theodosianus. The first edition of this work was issued by Charlotte Guillard in 1550 with a title beginning Libelli Seu Decreta. Excepting the title page and imprint, both editions are identical. And rare. OCLC locates 5 copies of the first edition in North America (University of Kansas, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley Law School, University of Pennsylvania, Yale), 2 of the second (Harvard Law School, UC-Berkeley). This edition not in Adams.

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        De arte gymnastica libri sex, in quibus exercitationum omnium vetustarum genera, loca, modi, facultates, & quidquid deniq. ad corporis humani exercitationes pertinet, diligenter explicaturSecunda editione aucti, & multis figuris ornati, opus non modo medicis, verum etiam omnibus antiquarum rerum cognoscendarum, & valetudinis conservandae studiosis admodum utile,

      Venedig, Giunta, 1573.. mit einer Holzschnitt-Titel-Vignette und einer Druckermarke, 3 großen und zahlreiche kleinen Holzschnitt-Initialen sowie 23 ganzseitige Textholzschnitte, (6 Bl.), 308 (recte 312) Seiten, (14 Bl) 19x25, helles PGmt mit handschriftlicher Rückenbeschriftung,. SCHÖNES EXEMPLAR dieser 2. und zugleich ersten illustrierten Ausgabe unter diesem Titel. Die großformatigen Holzschnitte geben einen interessanten Überblick über verschiedenste Sportarten wie zum Beispiel: Ballspiele, Ringen, Faustkampf, Diskuswerfen, Seilhangeln, Kugelstoßen u. v. a. m. mit einem kleinen Wurmgang über ca 25 Seiten

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        Historiae Brytannicae defensio, WITH De Mona Druidum Insula,

      Londini: Humfredi Toy, 1573 1st ed, 1573, VG+. In modern half calf, red marbled boards. Spine, raised bands, gilt titles to red calf label. Internally, new endpapers, [31], [1], [1], 2-160 pp, [10] index, [2], [19] Monae Insulae, woodcut/title device of Henry Bynnerman to tp, bookplate to fpd (Baron Ilchester) and epd (Cule), decorative initial letters, footers and headers, sm worm hole to margins first few leaves, some light staining. With finger watermark to text leaves. Contains Humfreidi Lhuyd's De Mona druidum insula from 2A1-end, dated 1568. A protest against the Anglicae historiae libri XXVI of Polydorus Vergilius. (ESTC S115198. STC 20309. Fairfax Murray 508). Prise, [Syr Siôn ap Rhys], administrator and scholar, whose familiarity with medieval texts informed his two best-known works, the Historiae Brytannicae defensio (probably completed by 1547 though not published until 1573), a measured refutation of Polydore Vergil's attack on Geoffrey of Monmouth's account of early British history, and Yny lhyvyr hwnn … (‘In this book …’), attributed to Prise by Richard Davies. See ODNB.

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        De l'estat et succez des affaires de France Oeuvre depuis les précédentes

      à Paris: chez Pierre l'Huillier, 1573. Fine. chez Pierre l'Huillier, à Paris 1573, in 16 (12,3x8cm), (40) 375pp. (66), (1bc) 30ff., relié. - New edition after the original 1570 edition (1572 privilege), summary history of the Counts of Anjou has its own title page. The edition includes a portrait of the author. Although this book was reprinted several times, sixteenth editions are now well uncommon. 4th edition 'of a work which has had great success and is still good to see.' Brunet II, 1612. Full Sheepskin brown first half XIX, back nerves with nets and date line. Copy cropped short. Bernard Girard (1535-1610) was born and died in Bordeaux, after the secretary of François de Noailles and becoming famous as a poet and historian, he was appointed by Charles IX of France in 1571, historian and genealogist the order of saint esptit by Henry III. He is the first French writer to have composed a body of national history, and it has taken some fables, he rejected many traditions generally received. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition après l'édition originale de 1570 (privilège de 1572), l'histoire sommaire des comtes d'Anjou possède sa propre page de titre. L'édition comporte un portrait de l'auteur. Bien que ce livre fut plusieurs fois réédité, les éditions du XVIème sont aujourd'hui bien peu courantes. 4ème édition 'd'un ouvrage qui a eut beaucoup de succès et qui est encore bon à consulter.' Brunet II, 1612. Reliure en pleine basane brune première moitié XIXème, dos à nerfs avec filets et date en queue. Exemplaire rogné court. Bernard de Girard (1535-1610) est né et mort à Bordeaux, après avoir été le secrétaire de François de Noailles et s'être fait connaître comme poète et historien, il fut nommé par Charles IX en 1571 historiographe de France, puis généalogiste de l'ordre du saint esptit par Henri III. Il est le premier écrivain français à avoir composé un corps d'histoire nationale, et s'il a adopté certaines fables, il a rejeté de nombreuses traditions généralement reçues.

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        Institutionum Scholasticarum libri tres. Omnibus Litterarum et Christianae pietatis studiosis, utilitatis non parum allaturi.

      Antverpiae, apud Ioannem Bellerum, 1573. - in-8. 12ff. 349pp. 1f. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure postérieure restaurée). Edition Originale. Dans cet ouvrage rédigé au milieu des troubles qui agitèrent la Belgique et les Pays Bas contre la domination espagnole, Simon Verepaeus, ou Vereept (1522-1598), dessine le modèle pédagogique complet d'un établissement scolaire et de son fonctionnement. L'ouvrage est divisé en trois parties: la première décrit le rôle des enseignants ainsi que les devoirs et les droits des élèves (étude, discipline, jeux); la seconde établit le programme des études humanistiques et littéraires, réparti sur sept années, avec notamment l'enseignement du théâtre et la mise en scène de petits spectacles; enfin la troisième partie évoque le programme de l'éducation religieuse dispensée au cours de la même période. "Verreept, sans être lui-même un jésuite, était un sympathisant de leur programme, mais il était aussi un professeur entièrement gagné aux méthodes pédagogiques déjà en usage aux Pays-Bas ( ). Son Institutionum Scholasticarum libri tres (Anvers, 1573) intégrait, et louait, le cursus jésuite qu'il avait recueilli à partir des programmes non publiés de neuf collèges différents" (Moss). Quelques rousseurs et salissures. Bon exemplaire relié au 18e siècle. Cf. Ann Moss, "Les recueils de lieux communs" (Droz, 2002), pp.290-291. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        L’ULISSE DI M. LODOVICO DOLCE DA LUI TRATTO DALL’ODISSEA D’HOMERO ET RIDOTTO IN OTTAVA RIMA Con argomenti et allegorie a ciascun Canto, così delle Historie, come delle Favole.

      Vinegia, appresso Gabriel Giolito de?' Ferrari, 1573. In-8 p. (mm. 220x158), p. pergamena antica, 8 cc.nn., 186 pp.num., 1 c.nn. (registro), grande marca tipografica della Fenice al frontesp. e al verso dell?'ultima carta; con un pregevole ritratto del Dolce entro ricchissima cornice figurata (a fronte del Canto primo); testo in corsivo, ornato da grandi capilettera figur. a vignetta e finalini, inc. su legno. Ognuno dei 20 canti del poema è illustrato da una grande e bella vignetta allegorica, racchiusa in elaborata cornice, come pure l?'?"Argomento?", tutte silografate. Nell?'opera ?"si raccontano tutti gli errori, & le fatiche d?'Ulisse dalla partita sua di Troia, fino al ritorno alla patria per lo spatio di venti anni.. con due Tavole: una delle sententie, & l?'altra delle cose più notabili?". "Prima edizione postuma". Cfr. Bongi,II, p. 335: ?"A pag. 180 si ha la "Battaglia dei Topi e delle Rane cavata da Homero", la quale non è chiamata sul frontespizio... Il Dolce morto nel 1568 lasciò questa con altre opere mss. che poi furono stampate postume.?" - Brunet,II,790 - Choix de Olschki,XII,18462: ?"Belle édition, ornées de figures tirées du "Orlando Furioso"?". Esemplare ben conservato.

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        Eryn. Hiberniae Britannicae Insulae, Nova Descriptio. Irlandt. [Latin Edition]

      Antwerp: Christoph Plantin. Original Map. A classic collector's map of Ireland. Published in the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', regarded as the first modern atlas. The map was oriented with Ireland's north to the right.. Antwerp, Christoph Plantin, [1573]. Original hand-coloured engraving. The engraving (the plate) itself 48.7 cm wide x 36 cm high. Mounted: c. 68 cm x 55 cm. Original Map. A classic collector's map of Ireland. Published in the 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum', regarded as the first modern atlas. The map was oriented with Ireland's north to the right. [van der Broecke, 22] Abraham Ortelius (also Ortels, Orthellius, Wortels; 14 April 1527 ?- 28 June 1598) was a Flemish cartographer and geographer, conventionally recognized as the creator of the first modern atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Theatre of the World). He is also believed to be the first person to imagine that the continents were joined together before drifting to their present positions. Ortelius was born in the city of Antwerp, which was then in the Habsburg ruled Seventeen Provinces. The Orthellius family were originally from Augsburg, a Free imperial city of the Holy Roman Empire. In 1535, the family had fallen under suspicion of Protestantism. Following the death of Ortelius' father, his uncle Jacobus van Meteren returned from religious exile in England to take care of Ortelius. Abraham remained close to his cousin Emanuel van Meteren who would later move to London. In 1575 he was appointed geographer to the king of Spain, Philip II, on the recommendation of Arias Montanus, who vouched for his orthodoxy. He traveled extensively in Europe, and is specifically known to have traveled throughout the Seventeen Provinces; in southern, western, northern, and eastern Germany (e.g., 1560, 1575?-1576); France (1559?-1560); England and Ireland (1576), and Italy (1578, and perhaps twice or thrice between 1550 and 1558). Beginning as a map-engraver, in 1547 he entered the Antwerp Guild of Saint Luke as an illuminator of maps. He supplemented his income trading in books, prints, and maps, and his journeys included yearly visits to the Frankfurt book and print fair where he met Gerardus Mercator in 1554. In 1560, however, when travelling with Mercator to Trier, Lorraine, and Poitiers, he seems to have been attracted, largely by Mercator?'s influence, towards the career of a scientific geographer. Ortelius was the first to underline the geometrical coincidence between the coasts of America and Europe-Africa, and to propose continental drift as an explanation. Kious described Ortelius' thoughts in this way: Abraham Ortelius in his work Thesaurus Geographicus ... suggested that the Americas were "torn away from Europe and Africa ... by earthquakes and floods" and went on to say: "The vestiges of the rupture reveal themselves, if someone brings forward a map of the world and considers carefully the coasts of the three [continents]." Ortelius's observations of continental juxtaposition and his proposal of rupture and separation were repeated by Alfred Wegener who published his hypothesis of continental drift in 1912 and in following years. Because his publications were widely available in German and English, and because he adduced geological support for the idea, Wegener is credited by most geologists as the first to recognize the possibility of continental drift. During the 1960s geophysical and geological evidence for seafloor spreading at mid-oceanic ridges became increasingly compelling to geologists (e.g. Hess, 1960,) and finally established continental drift as an ongoing global mechanism. After more than three centuries, Ortelius's supposition of continental drift was proven correct. (Wikipedia)

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        Aurei Venerandae Antiquitatis Libelli Salicam Legem Continentes.

      1573 - A Landmark in the Recovery of Early Medieval Law Du Tillet, Jean [d. 1570], Editor. Aurei Venerandaeq'ue Antiquitatis Libelli Salicam Legem Continentes, A Clodoveo, Childeberto, & Clotario Christianiss. Regib. Prius Editi & Postremum a Carolo Magno Emendati & Aucti; Item Leges Burgundionum, Alamannorum, Saxonum, Baivuariorum, Ripuariorum, Ex Veteribus Libris Emendatiores & Auctiores. Paris: Ex Officina Iacobi du Puy, 1573. [ii], 127, [1]; 95, [1]; 70, [2]; 15, [1]; 119, [1]; 56 pp. Six parts, each with divisional title page. Work preceded by general title page. 16mo. (4-1/4" x 2-3/4") Later varnished three-quarter calf over speckled boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing, corners bumped and somewhat worn, chipping to spine ends, joints cracked. Light toning, faint dampstaining in a few places. Early owner annotations to title page and a few other leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A rare title. * Second edition, a reissue of the first edition. An important landmark in the recovery of early medieval law, this volume contains critical editions of the principal texts of Frankish, Burgundian, Germanic, Saxon, Salic and Ripuarian Frankish law (Lex Alemannorum, Antiquae Burgundionum Leges, Ripuariorum Leges a Theodorico Rege Francorum Latae, Antiqua Baivuariorium Lex and Vetus Lex Saxonum.) The list of topics treated in these codes includes commerce, land ownership, inheritance, criminal procedure and civil procedure. A French humanist jurist and associate of Cujas, Du Tillet was also the Bishop of Brieuc, later Meaux. He edited Ulpian's Regulae and assisted Cujas with his edition of the Codex Theodosianus. The first edition of this work was issued by Charlotte Guillard in 1550 with a title beginning Libelli Seu Decreta. Excepting the title page and imprint, both editions are identical. And rare. OCLC locates 5 copies of the first edition in North America (University of Kansas, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley Law School, University of Pennsylvania, Yale), 2 of the second (Harvard Law School, UC-Berkeley). This edition not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Hispania Nova Tabula':.

      - Kupferstich n. Girolamo Ruscelli & Gio. Malombra aus La Geografia Di Clavdio Ptolemeo Alessandrino, . b. Giordano Ziletti in Venedig, 1573, 19 x 25 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. Q - Z, S. 87. - Zeigt Spanien und Portugal mit den Balearen. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Il Rota overo dell’imprese dialogo Nel qual si ragiona di molte imprese di diversi eccellenti autori, et di alcune regole et avvertimenti intorno questa material, scritto al S. Vincenzo Carrafa

      - 8vo. 230, (8) pp. 1 blank leaf. With woodcut ornaments on the title-page. Bound with: PALAZZI, Giovanni Andrea (d. 1573). I discorsi. sopra l'imprese: recitati nell'Academia d'Urbino: con la Tavola delle cose più notabili, che in loro si contengono. Bologna, Alessandro Benacci, 1575. - And: LAURO, Cosimo (d. 1588). Capriccio intorno al nome di Selvaggio, e le lodi delle selve. Et una lettera alla illustre signora, la signora Barbara Callina. Nella quale, oltra le lodi di essa signora si racconta donde i filosofi antichi hebbero cognitione di Dio; e quai credettero,che fossero i principij delle cose. Del Selvaggio Academico Occulto, presidente dignissimo dell'Academia il Nebuloso. Brescia, Borella e Sabbio, 1566. (I:). RARE FIRST EDITION of this important treatise on the theory of "imprese', preceded only by Paolo Giovio's Dialogo dell'imprese militari e amorose (Roma, 1555). This form of personalized emblem date from the middle of the 15th century in the "revers de médailles' of Pisanello. The "impresa' was essentially in the same format as the common emblem, but it lacked a subscription and had various peculiar rules of construction. It consisted of a motto and a picture in mutual dependence, neither of which can function meaningfully without the other (cf. D. Drysdall, The Emblem according to the Italian"Impresa' Theorists, in: "The Emblem in Renaissance and Baroque Europe. Tradition and Variety", A. Adams e A.J. Harper, eds., Leiden 1992, pp. 22-32). Also Ammirato's treatise is written in form of a dialogue, the interlocutors being Nino de Nini, bishop of Potenza, the Florentine man of letters Alfonso Cambi, the physician and botanist Bartolomeo Maranta and the man who gave his name to the dialogue, the Neapolitan poet and playwright Bernardino Rota (1508-1575). The work is dedicated to Vincenzo Carafa and contains apart a comprehensive theory of the "impresa' also a very detailed description of the forty-six "imprese' Rota had depicted in his villa in memory of his deceased wife, Porzia Capece (he had already published a volume of poems dedicated to her in 1560). These "imprese' demonstrate how they can be used to construct a visitable space, which functions to a degree as a theatre of memory (cf. G. Arbizzoni, Imprese e poesia nel "Rota' di Scipione Ammirato, in: "Un nodo di parole e di cose. Storia e fortuna delle imprese", Roma, 2002, pp. 37-57, and A. Maggi, Identità e impresa rinascimentale, Ravenna, 1998, pp. 135-146; M. Favaro, Sulla concezione dell'impresa in Scipione Ammirato, in: "Italianistica", XXXVIII/2, 1998, pp. 285-298). Scipione Ammirato, historian, poet, novelist and playwright, was born at Lecce in the kingdom of Naples. His father intending him for the profession of law, sent him to study at Naples, but his own decided preference for literature prevented him from fulfilling his father's wishes. In Naples he frequented several literary circles and became a friend of the poets Bernardino Rota and Angelo di Costanza. Later he entered the church, resided for a time at Venice and was afterwards engaged in the service of Pope Pius IV. He took refuge in Lecce after a turbulent love affair and founded there the Accademia dei Trasformati. In 1569 he went to Florence, where he was fortunate in securing the patronage and support of Duke Cosimo I., who gave him a residence at the Medici Palace and the Villa Zopaja on the understanding that he should write his Istorie Fiorentine (which were published in 1600 and 1647 respectively). In 1595 he was made canon of the cathedral of Florence. Among his other works, some of which were only published after his death, are genealogies of noble families of Naples and Florence (cf. A. Vallone, Scipione Ammirato poeta, in: "Studi e ricerche di letteratura salentina", Lecce, 1959, pp. 29-96; and R. de Mattei, Il pensiero politico di Scipione Ammirato, Milano, 1963, passim; and U. Congedo, La vita e le opere di Scipione Ammirato, Trani, 1904, passim). Edit 16, CNCE 1565; Index Aur [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Universal fabrica del Mondo

      One of two known copies of a 16th century map of the Americas; apparently only the second known copy of Anania´s first edition, with the maps. 1573. Naples. Giuseppe Cacchii dell Aquila. Four parts in one volume in 4to (205 mm x 145 mm). 1[blank] + 6 ff. + 4 ff. + 82 + 44 + 23 + 1 [blank] + 20 + 1 [blank]. Contemporary flexible vellum slightly restored, spine lettered in ink, stained, spine with small chipping at bottom. A very good copy, overall clean and fresh, with erased ownership inscription on title page, a few wormholes at the end, minor browning and staining throughout.First edition. An exceptionally rare copy, complete with the trapezoidal maps of the Continents -only found in one other copy, in Spain; Anania?s Fabrica is an influential 16th century cosmography, a comprehensive survey of foreign lands, encompassing Europe, Asia, and the Indies. This first edition is rare, as evidenced by its immediate success, with editions following in 1576, 1582, and 1597. The most appealing factor, however, are the four folding maps of the Continents present in this copy, probably one extant in one other copy, or two, according to Burden. The trapezoidal maps are virtually unrecorded; they are set in a trapezoidal projection, and contain details of cartographical influence of mostly Italian maps, and are still based on a pre-Copernican view of the Universe. The successive editions of the Fabrica were illustrated, however with a different set of maps, entirely unrelated to those herein present.The rarity of the maps is remarkable, from the copies found on OCLC, only the one held by the Biblioteca Nacional de España is to be found with the maps. We could find no other copies of the maps having sold at auction. An alternative position to their rarity is the assumption that they were only added to a few copies, as institutionally held copies of the Fabrica without the maps are regarded as complete.Anania (1545 ?" 1609) was an Italian geographer, humanist, historian and theologian; the later field is well represented by his "De natura daemonum", 1570, a treatise supporting the existence of the Devil. Anania was a learned men, "it is hard to find an authority whose writing was in print before 1573 whom he does not list in his bibliography or cite in his text" (Lach, Asia in the making of Europe, II, 1977, p. 230).Referring to the map of the Americas, Burden enlightens us on its rarity ?"which can be transferred to the other three- "For knowledge of this extremely rare map, known in only two examples, the author is grateful to Dr. Frtiz Hellwig... Cartographically it is difficult to identify any sources clearly but the north-east coast of North America appears to derive from the Ruscelli Tierra Nueva of 1561... A Forlani type river system appears in the west along with Califania".Not in Sabin. Burden, The mapping of North America, 43. Alden, 573-4.

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        De natura rerum libri septem. De natura hominis libri duo, Opuscola vere aurea

      PARACELSUS, Aureulus, Theophrastus. De natura rerum libri septem. De natura hominis libri duo, Opuscola vere aurea. Ex Germanica lingua in Latinam translata per M. Georgium Forbergium Mysum... I Thesallon 5. Omnia probate quad bonum est tenere. Basileae, per Petrum Pernam, 1573. In - 8° antico, pergamena molle coeva. 137, (7) pp. Esemplare fresco, ma con i due titoli cancellati a penna da mano coeva. Lieve macchia gialla in due ff. di indice. Opera rarissima riguardante l' alchimia e la medicina. Hirsch, IV, pp. 497 - 500. Sudhoff, I, pp. 243 - 44 (n° 145). Durling, 3495. Manca al Ferguson e al Duveen.

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        La Graunde Abridgement, Collect & escrie per le Iudge tresreuerend Syr Robert Brooke, Chiualier, nadgairs chiefe Iustice del comon banke [bound with] La Secounde part du Graund Abridgement [etc.]. Two volumes in one [complete]. S.T.C. 3827; Beale 469 & 470

      First edition of one of the two great early abridgments of English law, providing access to the centuries of Year Book cases and medieval legal sources otherwise virtually inaccessible; a massive work with over 20,000 entries arranged alphabetically. Early calf, rebacked, the original unlettered spine laid down, light browning, else quite clean and wide-margined; the Taussig copy. In aedibus Richardi Totell, London, 1573.

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        Reformierte deŸtsche Apoteck darinnen eigentliche Contrafactur der fŸrnembsten und gebreŸchlichsten KreŸt esam t jhrer Underscheidung, Art, Natur, Krafft, Vermšgen unnd WŸrckung . Item Beschreibung der eltisten Lattwergen oder Confecten . Der gleichen von recht nutzlichem Gebrauch, auch ordenlicher Vermischung und Zubereittung aller laxativen, purgierender oder dreibender Artzney . Sampt einem nutzlichen Regiment, wie man sich inn Sterbens leŸffen und pestilentzischen Fiebern bewahren und verhalten soll.

      - Strasburg: Josiam Rihel, M. D. LXXIII, (1573). 3 parts in one, folio, [10], 262, [15, index];128, [6, index] ff. 166 botanical woodcuts throughout the first part. Title-page printed in red and black. Full white deer over wooden boards, intricately tooled in blind and stamped in black in the center of the upper cover with the arms and initials WEGZS (the owner), dated 1575, stamp of a Saint in the lower panel mostly invisible. Binding clasps removed. Title in ink on fore-edge of text block. Previous ownerÕs inscription in front paste-down and old library stamp on title partly erased. First printed separately in 1540 and together in 1552, this is the revised edition and very scarce in commerce. Although Hunt rather scathingly calls this Òanother Ryff potboilerÓ it is nonetheless an important record of herbal remedies, wound healing, fever cures, and other medical information. 6 copies in the US; 15 in Europe. Hunt I, 114. Nissen 1707. 2 copies recorded at auction since 1975 (1992 $10,000 colored, and 1997 $1400 imperfect). Thanks to online researchers WEGZS has been identified as Wolfgang Ernst, Graf zu Stolberg (Stolberg being a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) and the Stolberg Library was bought en bloc from Martin Breslauer by Harvard Law School in the 1930s. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Caroli Königs in Frankreich, Warhafftige Beschreibunge aller Handelung, des zum drittenmal erregten Kriegs in Franckreich

      Frankfurt, Schmidt und Feierabend, 1573. - . Weiter ist auch hinzu kommen, die grewliche und erschreckliche Beschreibung, des würgens und metzgens . auff Königliche Hochzeit zu Pariß im Augusto, des nechst verlauffnen Jars, 1572. begangen, &c. Alles auff das trewste auß Frantzösischer Sprache in die Deutsche gebracht. 3 Blatt, 118 (recte 117) nummerierte Blatt, 5 Blatt, Lederband um 1850, 30 x 21 cm, Einband etwas berieben, innen gleichmäßig gebräunt. In sieben Büchern. Berichtszeit ab 1568, am Ende eine Schilderung der Bartholomäusnacht 1572 und des Friedens von St. Germain 1570. Vorliegend mit Wiederholung des Erscheinungsjahrs im Kolophon, eine Variante (VD 16, C 1200) hat das Erscheinungsjahr nur auf dem Titel. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Reformierte deütsche Apoteck darinnen eigentliche Contrafactur der fürnembsten und gebreüchlichsten Kreüt esam t jhrer Underscheidung, Art, Natur, Krafft, Vermögen unnd Würckung ... Item Beschreibung der eltisten Lattwergen oder Confecten ... Dergleichen von recht nutzlichem Gebrauch, auch ordenlicher Vermischung und Zubereittung aller laxativen, purgierender oder dreibender Artzney ... Sampt einem nutzlichen Regiment, wie man sich inn Sterbens leüffen und pestilentzischen Fiebern bewahren und verhalten soll

      Strasburg: Josiam Rihel, M. D. LXXIII, (1573). 3 parts in one, folio, [10], 262, [15, index];128, [6, index] ff. 166 botanical woodcuts throughout the first part. Title-page printed in red and black. Full white deer over wooden boards, intricately tooled in blind and stamped in black in the center of the upper cover with the arms and initials WEGZS (the owner), dated 1575, stamp of a Saint in the lower panel mostly invisible. Binding clasps removed. Title in ink on fore-edge of text block. Previous owner?s inscription in front paste-down and old library stamp on title partly erased. First printed separately in 1540 and together in 1552, this is the revised edition and very scarce in commerce. Although Hunt rather scathingly calls this ?another Ryff potboiler? it is nonetheless an important record of herbal remedies, wound healing, fever cures, and other medical information. 6 copies in the US; 15 in Europe. Hunt I, 114. Nissen 1707. 2 copies recorded at auction since 1975 (1992 $10,000 colored, and 1997 $1400 imperfect). Thanks to online researchers WEGZS has been identified as Wolfgang Ernst, Graf zu Stolberg (Stolberg being a town in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany) and the Stolberg Library was bought en bloc from Martin Breslauer by HarvardLaw School in the 1930s.

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        Palermo

      Palermo 1573 - Raffigurazione della città di Palermo. In alto sulla destra, in decorativo cartiglio sormontato dallo stemma della città, il titolo; mentre, in alto sulla sinistra, sempre decorativo cartiglio questa volta sormontato dalla stemma della casa Colonna-Orsini, si legge "Panormus Corona regis et urbium Sicularum maxima emporium celebratissimum". Rara edizione in cui sono riportati i centosessantadue rimandi in quattordici colonne. Delicata coloritura coeva. Riferimenti: Azzarello "Raffigurazioni ricostruzioni vedute e piante di Palermo dal XII al XIX secolo", vol. I, pag. 33, n° 5. mm 327x503

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        Epistola Pauli Albutii ad Iesuitas.

      "Paris, Gotthardus Vilarmus" [d. i. Basel, Peter Perna], 1573.. 22 SS., l. w. Bl. Buntpapier-Heftstreifenrücken. 4to.. Seltene erste Ausgabe dieser antijesuitischen Schrift, bibliographisch zumeist dem mehrfachen Apostaten Christian Francke(n) aus dem brandenburgischen Gardeleben zugeschrieben, der sie 1581 in sein - ebenfalls bei Perna erschienenes - "Colloquium Jesuiticum" aufnahm (vgl. de Backer/S. II, 930). Francke trat allerdings erst 1579 aus dem Jesuitenorden aus und dürfte das Pamphlet lediglich anthologisiert haben. Überzeugender hat Manfred Edwin Welti dafür argumentiert, den Autor mit dem 1569 vom Katholizismus abgefallenen Prager Exjesuiten Adam Höller zu identifizieren, der 1570 in Wien an der Pest starb (Höller = Heller = Albutius; Paulus = der Konvertit). "Höller hat sich bei seiner Apostasie nicht mit Türeschlagen verabschiedet, sondern mit einem Mahnbrief an seine zurückbleibenden Ordensbrüder und an den Papst [... Er] lobt zuerst die Verdienste der Jesuiten bei der Wiederherstellung der 'bonae literae', kritisiert dann die völlige Ergebenheit des Ordens gegenüber dem Papst und geisselt die Verurteilung eines Teils der Christen als Häretiker sowie ihre Verfolgung. Er mahnt die Jesuiten, nicht so sehr die päpstliche Macht zu stärken als die christliche Demut zu leben. Mit dem sophistischen Verdrehen der Dinge würden sie die göttlichen Gebote nicht erfüllen. Die 'Epistola' schliesst mit einer langen Verteidigung der Priesterehe und einer Verurteilung des Zoelibatzwangs [...]" (Welti, S. 145f.). Vermittelt wurde der unter falschem Autoren- und Druckernamen sowie -ort produzierte Druck durch den lt. Welti im Alter zu einem überhöhten Verborgenheitsideal neigenden Humanisten G. B. Bonifacio (1517-97), der das Manuskript während eines Aufenthalts in Wien 1570-73 zur Herausgabe erhielt und an Basilius Amerbach weiterreichte; dieser überredete schließlich Perna dazu, das Pamphlet aufzulegen ("Gotthard" = "in Gott hart" = Petrus; "Vilarmus" = "phil-harmos" = "der Ritzenliebende" = Hinterbacke = Perna). Die Druckerzuschreibung wird auch typographisch gestützt (vgl. Welti, S. 144, Anm. 13a). - Etwas wasserrandig bzw. angestaubt; durchgehend mit zeitgenöss. Anstreichungen und kl. Wurmspuren. Seit 1950 nicht im Handel nachgewiesen. - VD 16, ZV 6021 (ein einziger Nachweis: Gotha). Adams A 569. BM-STC French 8. BM-STC German 17. OCLC 40929573, 257439618. Welti, Giovanni Bernardino Bonifacio: Marchese d'Oria, im Exil 1557-1597 (1976), S. 143-146. Vgl. Weller (Pseud.) 13; Holzmann/B. (Pseud.) 7 (beide als Christian Francken aufgelöst).

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        De l'estat et succez des affaires de France. Oeuvre depuis les précédentes éditions, augmenté, & illustré, contenant sommairement l'histoire des roys de France, & les choses plus remarquables par eux instituées pour l'ornement & grandeur de leur Royaume. Ensemble une sommaire histoire des seigneurs, comtes et ducs d'Anjou. Par Bernard de Girard, Seigneur du Haillan, secrétaire de monseigneur le duc d'Anjou

      New edition after the original 1570 edition (1572 privilege), summary history of the Counts of Anjou has its own title page. The edition includes a portrait of the author. Although this book was reprinted several times, sixteenth editions are now well uncommon. 4th edition 'of a work which has had great success and is still good to see.' Brunet II, 1612. Full Sheepskin brown first half XIX, back nerves with nets and date line. Copy cropped short. Bernard Girard (1535-1610) was born and died in Bordeaux, after the secretary of François de Noailles and becoming famous as a poet and historian, he was appointed by Charles IX of France in 1571, historian and genealogist the order of saint esptit by Henry III. He is the first French writer to have composed a body of national history, and it has taken some fables, he rejected many traditions generally received. chez Pierre l'Huillier A Paris 1573 in 16 (12,3x8cm) (40) 375pp. (66), (1bc) 30ff. Un Vol. relié

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        Argumentorum observationes per genera in omnes Ciceronis Epistolas. Ex Bibliotheca Petri Ioan. Nunnesii Valentini.

      Barcinone (Barcelona), apud Franciscim Trinxerium, 1573. - Petit in-8. 4ff. 168pp. Demi-vélin postérieur. Très rare édition barcelonaise, faite d'après l'exemplaire conservé dans la bibliothèque du célèbre humaniste valencien Pedro Juan Nuñez (mort en 1612) de ce commentaire sur les lettres de Cicéron par le philologue et imprimeur italien Francesco Priscianense, natif de la petite ville de Pergine Valdarno (Arezzo). Le titre est imprimé dans un bel encadrement architectonique gravé sur bois. Bon exemplaire.

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        Æthiopia, Superior and Inferior commonly called Abyssinia or the Kingdom of Prester John. "Aethiopia Superior vel Interior vulgo Abissinorum sive Prebiteri Joannis Imperium

      Africa: Amsterdam Schenk, Petri & Valk Gerardi c1700. Copper engraved map of East Africa Æthiopia from Schenk and Valk's " Atlas Contractus." Original full wash colour; verso blank. The map shows a major section of central and eastern Africa including Mozambique north to present day Sudan The map contains numerous coastal place names such as Mozambique Island, Quiloa, Mombaza, and Melinde indicating the importance of the area to both Arab, Portuguese, and traders and explorers from other countries. Congo is shown on the west coast and the two lakes of Zaire and Zaflan described by Ptolomy are in the lower portion of the map. Lake Niger, and the supposed course of the Niger River, is shown flowing westward. This map is based on Ortelius' map of Prester John of 1573. Decorative title cartouche, black and white as issued; elephants, ostriches and monkeys within the land. The legends of Prester John (also Presbyter Johannes) were popular in Europe from the 12th through the 17th centuries, and told of a Christian patriarch and king said to rule over a Christian nation lost amidst the Muslims and pagans in the Orient. Written accounts of this kingdom are variegated collections of medieval popular fantasy. Prester John was reportedly a descendant of one of the Three Magi, said to be a generous ruler and a virtuous man, presiding over a realm full of riches and strange creatures, in which the Patriarch of the Saint Thomas Christians resided. His kingdom contained such marvels as the Gates of Alexander and the Fountain of Youth, and even bordered the Earthly Paradise. Among his treasures was a mirror through which every province could be seen, the fabled original from which the "speculum literature" of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance was derived, in which the prince's realms were surveyed and his duties laid out. At first, Prester John was imagined to reside in India; tales of the Nestorian Christians' evangelistic success there and of Thomas the Apostle's subcontinental travels as documented in works like the Acts of Thomas probably provided the first seeds of the legend. After the coming of the Mongols to the Western world, accounts placed the king in Central Asia, and eventually Portuguese explorers convinced themselves that they had found him in Ethiopia, which had been officially Christian since the 4th century. Prester John's kingdom was thus the object of a quest, firing the imaginations of generations of adventurers, but remaining out of reach. He was a symbol to European Christians of the Church's universality, transcending culture and geography to encompass all humanity, in a time when ethnic and inter-religious tension made such a vision seem distant. Good impression with bright colour. The maps of Schenk and Valk are famous for their full wash colour , however often the pigments, particularly in the greens deteriorated leading to browning and eventually could cause the paper to crack, for this reason it is unusual to see such bright original colour. SCHENCK, Pieter 1660-1718/9 Dutch mapmaker and publisher. Born in Elberfeld, Germany in 1660. Moved to Amsterdam in 1683 where he became a pupil of Gerard Valck, later in 1687 he married Agatha Valck, sister of his associate., thus uniting two great families. In 1686 he is noted in a privilege granted to Petrus Schenck and Gerardus Valck for the printing & sale of their prints. The Valck and Schenk families where active as print sellers, publishers and printers of maps, atlases and architectural drawings as well globes. They accquired plates from the stock of Johannes Janssonius and also of Visscher reissuing several maps of Janssonius' "Atlas Novus "from 1683-94 and published an Atlas titled" Nova totius Geographia" in 1702. The best known of the joint Pieter Schenk & Gerard Valck publications were the second edition of Andreas Cellarius's " Celestial Atlas Harmonia Macrocosmica'" 1708 and an edition of Jan Jansson's "Novus Atlas" entitled the "Atlas Anglois" published in London by David Mortier in 1715. Pieter Schenck the Elder's earliest cartographic productions were a number of maps after Nicolas Sanson published in a composite Atlas, "Atlas Contractus or Atlas Minor" c.1696. He also published a further composite Atlas, "Atlantis sylloge compendiosa," c.1702. Other works included his famous Atlas of one hundred town views," Hecatompolis" [1702];" Le Theatre de Mars "[1706]; and the "Schouwburg van der Oorlog" [1706]. Koeman III, page 114 Map 447; Sche 2/ Val1. Africa Abyssinia/ Aethiopia East Africa Mozambique Congo

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        Bartoli in Saxoferrato In Primam Infortiati Partem Commentaria

      Augustae Taurinorum (Turin): Apud Nicolaum Beuilaquam, 1573. Hardcover. Very good. Folio. Foliated: 184ff. Full vellum. Old manuscript lettering on spine, book title also on bottom text edge. Large woodcut printer's device on the title page showing Taurus as a constellation, with the motto Mi Coelestis Origo. A preliminary blank lacking and some general soiling to the textblock with small marginal stain to the first 6 folios; spine lacks tips and hinge cracked but firm. The vellum over the bands was intentionally cut (to show the sewing?) Bound using remnants of a mediaeval manuscript as binding tabs. While we have not translated the fragments, they appear to be legal in nature, with 'lex', arbitratio' obvious. In Latin. With woodcut initials in a variety of sizes sprinkled throughout the text, some contemporary neat annotations in Latin, and with the full page woodcut of the Arbor Substitutionum present. Bartolus de Saxoferrato (Bartolo da Sassoferrato) was a 14th century professor of law renowned for his works in the legal field and especially for his comprehensive commentaries on Civil Law, of which this is a part and which, like the others, is complete in itself. .

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        Plutarchi Chaeronei Ethica, Sive Moralia, Opera Quae Extant, Omnia. 2 Volume Set

      Basileae : Apud Thomam Guarinum; Basel: Thomas Guarinianus, 1573-01-01. Hardcover. Very Good. 2 Volumes. Folio. Contemporary full vellum binding. Gilt lettering on brown leather spine labels. Good bindings and covers. Chip indentation to label of Vol. II. Chip loss on label of Vol. I. Minor soiling to vellum. [12], 823, [71] p.; 839 [48] p. Latin edition. Library stamp on title page. Clean, unmarked pages. Tanning and toning to later half of Vol. II. Marginal dampstain to edge of Vol. II. Not in Dibdin or Brunet. Adams P1618. <br>The Latin in this edition, by Herman Croeser, was printed in Stephanusâ&#128;&#153; 1572 Edito Princeps of Plutarch Opera Omnia, printed after the first 6 volumes in Greek.

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        Autograph Letter Signed.

      - Known in the German-speaking world as "Ernst von Osterreich," this son of Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and Maria of Spain, was educated with his brother, Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II; in 1573 and 1587 he was a candidate for the throne of Poland; from 1576 on he served as governor of the Archduchy of Austria in 1590 he was named governor of Inner Austria; from 1594 until his death he served as governor of Spanish Netherlands. ALS in Italian, 1p lettersheet, 7½" X 12", Vienna, Austria, 1579 March 26. Very good. Slight bit of age toning and quite minor foxing; inconspicuous small paper loss at left margin (¼" X 2¼") bears old but expert replacement. Overall attractive, boldly written and easily legible. Writing to his cousin, the Duke of Savoy (Emmanuel Philibert, 1528-80, Duke of Savoy 1553-80), it reads (translation): "Sir: Mr. de la Cruz, your ambassador, gave me a letter from you several days ago, and although I wanted to answer it before this, I have been kept from it by various things, and I hope you will not take offense at my delay. You may be sure that I shall always endeavor to do for you all that I can, as I have often told Mr. de la Cruz, who has probably so informed you. He has told me of the warmth and good will that you feel for me, which I feel certain of, and I do not know how to repay you except in kind as you may always find in everything that I can very well do you for. May God keep you as I would wish." Signed simply "Ernesto" with a flourish. Integral address leaf present, on which Ernest notes "Al Senor duque de Saboya my primo," with a small deep burgundy wax seal bearing his family crest still present. A choice example of this autograph. Ernest died at the relatively young age of 42, making his autograph material quite scarce. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Divi Gregorii Nysseni Episcopi, Fratris Basilii Magni, Omnia quae extant Opera, hactenus studio virorum doctissimorum in latinum sermonem conversa

      Paris: Parisiis, apud Sebastianum Nivellium, 1573. Folio; 6 hs., incluída portada con marca del impresor, 966 columnas, 12 hs. Impresión a doble columna. Errores de numeración. Ejemplar con ligeras manchas de humedad marginales en las hojas preliminares y en las veinte primeras páginas de texto. Encuadernación de la época, en piel sobre tabla, con gofrados en seco en los planos, con ligeras pérdidas en cabeza y pie de la lomera. Gregorio, Obispo de Nisa y hermano de San Basilio, casado con Teosebia, continuó la obra del Magno a su muerte en el 379 apoyando la fuerte corriente monástica de la Iglesia Oriental del Siglo IV y escribiendo bellísimos tratados de mística como las «Homilías» sobre el Cantar de los Cantares.

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        Trattato Delle Metheore

      Florence: Appresso Giorgio Marescotti. Very Good. 1573. First Edition; First Printing. Vellum. The first edition of the first comments on the first three books of "Meteorologica" of Aristotle in in the Italian language. Adams V714. Includes index and errata leaf, errori occorsi nello stampare. Original limp vellum, minor worming and soiling. Spine handlettered; With his commentary on the first three books of Aristotle&#39;s "Meteorologica", Francesco de Vieri, Professor at the University of Pisa studied not only comets and meteors but also rainbows, earthquakes, the evaporation of water, and the phenomenon of tides. The later edition in 1582 was enhanced with commentary on the fourth book on the inorganic material of the terrestrial sphere .

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