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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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        La Graunde Abridgement, Collecte & Escrie per le Iudge Tresreverend

      2015. "An Excellent Repertory Or Table for the Year Books" With a New Introduction by David J. Seipp Brooke [Brook], Robert. La Graunde Abridgement, Collecte & Escrie per le Iudge Tresreverend Syr Robert Brooke Chivaler, Nadgairs Chiefe Iustice del Common Banke. Originally published: [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1573. Cum privilegio. [iv], 360 ff. [And] La Secounde Part du Graunde Abridgement.... Originally published: [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1573. [i], 2-338 ff. 2 volumes in one. Reprint available 2015 by The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd. With a New Introduction and Table of Corrections by David J. Seipp, Professor of Law, Boston University. ISBN-13: 9781584779711. ISBN-10: 1584779713. Large folio, 10" x 14". Hardcover. New. * Reprint of first edition. Sir Robert Brooke [d.1558] was renowned for his great learning and probity as a judge. His Abridgement is based on Fitzherbert's Abridgement, but it contains much new material. In all, Brooke abridged nearly 21,000 cases and digested them alphabetically under 404 headings. It abridges fully the Year Books of Henry VII and Henry VIII. Brooke proceeded with great care and accuracy, and is believed to have had access to the original records of the Year Books. Coke calls the Abridgement "a worthy and painful work and an excellent repertory or table for the Year Books of the Law" (cited in Marvin's Legal Bibliography 151-52).

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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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        PHRASES CICERONIS OBSCURIORES (1573)

      1573 - IMPRESOR-LUGAR: Valentiae: ex Typographia Petri à Huete, in platea Herbaria, 1572 DESCRIPCIÓN FÍSICA: 55 h., [1] h. 145 x 100 mm. ENCUADERNACIÓN:Encuadernación nueva utilizando pergamino antiguo CONSERVACIÓN: Bueno. Alguna anotación manuscrita al texto en el margen. Ligeros puntos de oxidación propios de la antigüedad del papel. Phrases Ciceronis obscuriores in hispanicam es considerada como una de las destacadas aportaciones a la lingüística realizada por los humanistas españoles, en concreto por el helenista y latinista aragonés Juan Lorenzo Palmiero, que fue clave para el desarrollo de la enseñanza de la lengua latina. Obra impresa en el siglo XVI en Valencia por Pedro de Huete (act 1568-1580) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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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        Platonis Cum Aristotele In Universa Philosophia, Comparatio. Quae hoc Commentario, in Alcinoi Institutionem ad eiusdem Platonis doctrinam, explicatur&#133; [with Alcinous&#146;s text]

      Paris: Jacques Du Puys, 1573., 1573. 2 Parts in 1. 4to. pp. 28 p.l., [31], 177 [i.e. 476], [1], [blank leaf]; 4 p.l., 328 [i.e. 329], [1], [3]errata. woodcut device on titles. woodcut ornaments & initials. An appealing copy, bound in contemporary blind-stamped pigskin over wooden bds., brass catches & 1 (of 2) clasps (stain on upper cover). First Edition. Jacques Charpentier [Jacobus Carpentarius] achieved a high reputation as a teacher of philosophy at the Collège de Bourgogne for sixteen years before pursuing medical studies at Paris. In 1566 he obtained the chair of mathematics at the Collège de France, and he served as physician to Charles IX. As a partisan and commentator on Aristotle he wrote several discourses against Pierre Ramus. Adams C759. BM STC French p. 9 [vide ALCINOUS]. Schwab 267. Rand I 85.. 1st Edition.

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        C. Salvstii Crispi De Conivratione Catilinae Et De Bello Ivgurthino Historiae ... Cvm Iodoci Badii Ascensii In Haec Omnia Familiaribus explanationibus (etc.)

      Venedig, J. M. Bonelli Erben 1573.. Gr. 4°. Titelbl., 7 nn. Bll., 154 Bll., 3 nn. Bll. (Index u. Impr.), 2 unbedr. Bll., mit e. großen Druckerm. am Titelbl., sowie mit zahlr. schönen Holzschnittinit., e. mehrf. in den Text eingef. Holzschnitt, den schreibenden Sallust darst., u. e. Holzschn. am lzt. bedr. Blatt verso. Biegs.Pgmtbd. d. Zt., mit abger. RüBeschr. v. alter Hd. u. e. aufgekl. NrSchi., fleckig, berieben u. zerkratzt, Rü. nachged., Ktn. rissig u. aufgepl., etw. Wurmfr. Vors.beschädigt, braun- u. stockfl., Schließbd. fehlen. Mit e. kl. Riß im Titelbl., d. Rd. etw. fleckig, Buchss. teilw. weiß u. fleckenlos, teilw. braunfl., einige Ss. starkgebräunt, mit e. gr. braunen Fleck a. d. Oberkt. der Schlußss. u. d. hi. Vors. Mit Besitzereintr. v. alter Hd. (mit Bleistiftstr. überm.), sowie mit e. handschr. Nr. u. e. kl. Stempel am Titelbl., am vord. fl. Vorsatzbl. versch. Anm. mit Tinte, Blei- u. Buntstift.. Seltene Werkausg. d. röm. Volkstribuns u. Historikers. Mit den Erklärungen d. Jodocus Badius Ascensius (1461-1535), Philologen, Editors zahlr. klass. Werke, Buchdruckers u. -händlers in Paris. Nicht bei BM Italian Books. Adams. Graesse. Brunet.

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        Tract. de Iure Prothomiseos. Hac Postrema Editione a Pluribus

      1573. Afflito&#39;s Principal Treatise D&#39; Afflito, Matteo (Afflictis, Matthias de) [c.1443-c.1523]. Baldus de Ubaldus, Petrus [1327-1406]. Tract. de Iure Prothomiseos. Hac Postrema Editione a Pluribus Quibus Scatebat Erroribus Vindicatus. Cum Commentariolo Gravissimi Iuris Interpretis, Marci Mantuae Benavidii Patavini, ad L. Dudum, C. de Contrahen. Empt. Summarioq, ac Elementario Indice Super Additis, Diligentissime Exornatus. Venice: Apud Christophorum Zanettum, 1573. [iii], 4-108, [8] ff. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum. Light soiling, central section of spine, half of front cover and all of front free endpaper lacking, rear pastedown loose, binding secure. Attractive woodcut printer device, head-piece, tail-piece and decorated initials. Occasional light foxing, light browning in a few places, internally clean. * Later edition. D&#39;Afflito was an important Italian jurist and royal official. Tractatus de Jure Protomiseos, a treatise on preemption, purchase and sale is a commentary on the Constitutio de Jure Protomiseos of Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I (Barbarossa) [1122-1190]. One of his principal works, it was first published in 1544 and went through several issues and editions into the eighteenth century. In Zennetti&#39;s 1573 edition offered here D&#39;Afflito&#39;s treatise is followed by a discussion of the same topic by the great Bolognese commentator Baldus de Ubaldis. KVK locates 3 copies of this edition, OCLC locates 2 (Library of Congress and Penn State University). Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 A318.

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        Aurea postilla evangeliorum, dominicalium et festivorum totius anni [.].

      Köln, Gerwin Calenius & Johann Quentels Erben, 1573. - (16), 759, (1) SS. [Dabei:] Aurea postilla evangeliorum, quae festivis diebus per totius anni cursum in ecclesia Dei leguntur. Ebd., 1573. 332, (4) SS. Blindgepr. Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit abgeschrägten Deckelkanten auf 3 Doppelbünden mit zeitgenöss. hs. Rückenschildchen. 2 intakte Schließen. 8vo. Erste Ausgabe des berühmten Predigtenwerks. Der Stuttgarter Theologe Martin Eisengrein (1535-78), 1558 unter dem Einfluß seines Onkels Jakob Jonas zum Katholizismus konvertiert, wurde 1560 Priester und Domprediger in Wien und folgte 1562 einem Ruf als Prof. der Theologie nach Ingolstadt, wo er mehrmals als Rektor wirkte und auch die dortige Universitätsbibliothek gründete. "1571 erhielt er als erster Propst von Altötting die bischöflichen Insignien. Eisengrein führte zahlreiche kirchenpolitische Aufträge Herzog Albrechts V. von Bayern aus, u. a. trat er 1563/64 in Wien für Laienkelch und Priesterehe ein. Als kaiserlicher Hofprediger in Wien (1568/69) war er für seine volkstümlichen Predigten bekannt. Eisengrein hatte entscheidend Anteil an der katholischen Restauration in Bayern" (DBE). - Der bemerkenswert schön erhaltene Einband zeigt außen eine schmale Rankenwerksrolle, die ihrerseits eine Figurenrolle umschließt; darin im Mittelfeld, oben und unten von kurzen, leeren Querriegeln begrenzt, ein knapper Bogenfries. VD 16, ZV 5580. BM-STC German 117. Nicht bei Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Thesaurus historiarum. 2 Bde. in 1 Band. Innsbruck, J. Agricola 1602-04. Fol. 18 Bll., 565 S., 13 Bll.; 12 Bll. (letztes leer), 388 S., 6 Bll., mit 2 (wiederh.) gest. Titelbordüren blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln.

      - VD17 23:232934D - Waldner, Gesch. Typographie in Tirol 96.- Selten.- Frühes Werk zur al01lgemeinen Geschichte des Innsbrucker Landeshistorikers u. Kammerrats M. Burglechner (1573-1642).- ?Die Frucht seiner universalhistorischen Studien erschien 1602 unter den Titel ,Thesaurus historiarum .? - Dieses Werk, eine Staats-, Kirchen- und Litterargeschichte der ersten zwei Jahrhunderte nach Chr. zeugt jedenfalls von Belesenheit und einem starken kirchlichen Eifer? (ADB III, 608).- Titel von I mit Ausschnitt am Oberrand, Titelbordüre von II mit Papierdurchbruch am Plattenrand, Ränder stellenw. mit Wurmgängen, anfangs u. am Schluß etwas wasserrandig, sonst sauber, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben, Schließen fehlen.

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        Francisci Bordini Corrigiensis [.] Quaesitorum, et responsorum mathematicae disciplinae ad totius universi cognitionem spectantium chilias. Ex quibus, quae ad sphaerae, cosmographiae, geographiae, theoricarumque planetarum, aliarumque affinium scientiarum universalem attinent contemplationem, exactissime, & brevissime explicantur.

      - Bononiae, thypis Alexandri Benatii, 1573, in-4 piccolo, leg. coeva in piena pergamena floscia, carte [196]. Con stemma in xilografia sul frontespizio, marca tipografica sull'ultima carta. Traccia di tarlo al margine interno alto di 19 carte. Qualche ingiallitura e piccola mancanza al margine inferiore delle prime due carte. Riccardi, p. 156. Francesco Bordini, medico, filosofo, astronomo, matematico, nacque a Correggio nel 1535 e morì nel 1592. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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.

      chez Pierre l'Huillier 1573 - - chez Pierre l'Huillier, A Paris 1573, in 16 (12,3x8cm), (40) 375pp. (66), (1bc) 30ff., Un Vol. relié. - 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. 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. (40) 375pp. (66), (1bc) 30ff. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De mensuris et ponderibus romanis et graecis, cum his quae hodie Romae sunt collatis libri quinque

      eredi di Aldo Manuzio, Venezia 1573 - In 4° (24,7 x 17,7). Pp. (16)+127+(1). Bellesemplare fresco con annotazione manoscritta di provenienza al titolo, "Bibliotheca Colbertina". Numerose belle figure xilografiche nel testo, anche a piena pagina. Ottima copia in legatura coeva tutta pergamena floscia. Seconda edizione, pubblicata nel medesimo anno della prima, in un attraente esemplare proveniente dalla celebre biblioteca del collezionista e ministro Jean-Baptiste Colbert (1619-1683). Il trattato di Paetus è assai prezioso per ricostruire la storia delle misurazioni in epoca greca e romana. Sono numerosi i collegamenti al campo matematico, come ricordato in D.E. SMITH, Rara Arithmetica, Boston-London 1908-1939, p. 346, e a quello delle antichità, con suggestive illustrazioni xilografiche anche a piena e doppia pagina, poste ai fascicoli G-H. The second edition published in the same year of the first of this important work on Roman mensuration. A very good copy coming from the great collector and Minister Jean-Baptiste Colbert. Full contemporary limp vellum. AHMANSON-MUPHY Aldine Collection, n. 609. BRUNET, IV, p. 308. BM-STC Italian, p.484. RENOUARD, I-385. GOLDSMITHS'-KRESS, 163.2-1 (supplemento)

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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

      excudebat Henr. Stephanus, [Geneva] 1573 - First edition, folio, 2 parts in 1, as issued; pp. [8], 664 columns; [8], 13-247; printer's woodcut device on title; generally a very good, sound and useable copy in 17th century calf, neatly rebacked, red morocco label (slightly chipped) on spine. 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. The former "is among the best glossaries we have, full of rare, ancient learning." The two glossaries are followed by Estienne's treatise on Greek dialectology in the form of a commentary on Johannes Gramaticus's and Corinthus's De dialectis, followed by large appendix in which Estienne ranges over a number of subjects not covered by them. This volume grew out of Estienne's research during his compilation of the Thesaurus linguae gracae, and hence is sometimes regarded as a supplement to the same. But actually "this important work . is, in fact, an independent work" (Schreiber). "By far the greatest achievement of Henri Estienne was his truly monumental Thesaurus Graecae Linguae, which had been initiated by Robert Esteinne; the publication of this pioneer work marked the great event of Henri Estienne's career, as well as a highpoint in the annals of European scholarship. The Thesaurus has not yet been replaced, remaining to this day one of the essential instruments for the study of Greek" (Schreiber, p. 128). "Even more than with [Robert Estienne's] Thesaurus Latinus, there has to this day been no substitute for the Thesaurus Graecus" (see Printing & the Mind of Man, no. 62). Schreiber, no. 182; Renouard 135ff.; Adams S-1769. [Attributes: First Edition]

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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"

      [Geneva]: excudebat Henr. Stephanus. 1573. "First edition, folio, 2 parts in 1, as issued; pp. [8], 664 columns; [8], 13-247; printer&#39;s woodcut device on title; generally a very good, sound and useable copy in 17th century calf, neatly rebacked, red morocco label (slightly chipped) on spine. & & Estienne&#39;s critical edition of two manuscript glossaries (ca. 2nd-3rd century A.D.) discovered by him, the first Latin-Greek, the second Greek-Latin. The former ""is among the best glossaries we have, full of rare, ancient learning..."" The two glossaries are followed by Estienne&#39;s treatise on Greek dialectology in the form of a commentary on Johannes Gramaticus&#39;s and Corinthus&#39;s De dialectis, followed by large appendix in which Estienne ranges over a number of subjects not covered by them. This volume grew out of Estienne&#39;s research during his compilation of the Thesaurus linguae gracae, and hence is sometimes regarded as a supplement to the same. But actually ""this important work ... is, in fact, an independent work"" (Schreiber). & & ""By far the greatest achievement of Henri Estienne was his truly monumental Thesaurus Graecae Linguae, which had been initiated by Robert Esteinne; the publication of this pioneer work marked the great event of Henri Estienne&#39;s career, as well as a highpoint in the annals of European scholarship. The Thesaurus has not yet been replaced, remaining to this day one of the essential instruments for the study of Greek"" (Schreiber, p. 128). ""Even more than with [Robert Estienne&#39;s] Thesaurus Latinus, there has to this day been no substitute for the Thesaurus Graecus"" (see Printing & the Mind of Man, no. 62). & & Schreiber, no. 182; Renouard 135ff.; Adams S-1769. "

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        Tartariae sive Magni Chami Regni Typus.

      Antwerp: 1573 - Original hand color map of Tartary (Asia), showing China and Japan and 'Mare Cin', with the 'Stretto di Anian', one of the earliest representations of the Bering Strait. With California shown at the end of Baja Peninsula. Based on Ortelius' 1564 wall map of the world, with information derived from the explorations of Marco Polo (whose name is cited in several of the text blocks) and from Portuguese missionaries in Japan. With two large ornate cartouches, sailing ships, flying fish, vignettes and an ornate decorative border. Latin text on verso of the right side, with the number 62 at the lower right. Image size:18 1/2 x 13 3/4. Paper size: 20 3/4 x 16 1/2". Original color with crisp impression marks, printed slightly askew, very good + condition. Van den Broecke, M. #163; Burden, P.D. #41; Wheat, C.I. (TM) #16; Wagner, H. (NW) #81; Walter, L. #11E. From 'Cartographica Neerlandica Background for Ortelius Map No. 163', this map is 1573L(B)62, of which 40 copies were printed.

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        The Whole workes of three worthy Martyrs, and principall teachers of this Churche of England, collected and compiled in one Tome together, beying before scattered, & now in Print here exhibited to the Church. To the prayse of God, and profite of all good Christian Readers.

      London: Printed by John Daye, and are to be sold at his shop, 1573 - Folio (287 × 188 mm) in 3 parts (pts. 2 and 3 have separate title pages; the former begins new pagination; register is continuous). Eighteenth-century half calf, red morocco spine label, plain paper sides; cloth pull-off case. Spine worn with loss of leather and headbands at spine-ends, corners worn, 4 leaves with minor marginal repairs without loss of text, a very good copy. Black letter and roman type in double column. Title and 2 sectional titles with repeated woodcut border (McKerrow & Ferguson 76), half page woodcut illustrations on A4 of pt. 1, and on first and last leaf of pt. 3, woodcut historiated and floriated initials, typographical ornaments. B4, pt. 1, HH1, pt. 2 and AAa1, pt. 3 cancelled. First edition, edited by the martyrologist John Foxe. Foxe had established his reputation as the leading chronicler of the English reformation with his first two editions of Acts and Monuments (Foxe's Book of Martyrs) in 1563 and 1570. In the latter he had promised that he would edit a collection of the works of William Tyndale, John Frith, and Robert Barnes; they would not be popularly published again until the Parker Society series of the mid-nineteenth century. "This book neatly combines two concerns that preoccupied Foxe for the remainder of his life. One of these concerns might be labelled apologetic: it was the desire to produce logical and theological arguments, buttressed by historical examples, which would induce Catholics and Jews to abandon their 'superstitions' and embrace the gospel. In his introduction Foxe also claims that the edition offered spiritual guidance to readers of all ages, advising young readers to study Frith, middle-aged readers Tyndale, and older readers Barnes" (ODNB). As befits the stature of Tyndale as a giant of the English Reformation, over half the book is given over to his writings. The first two woodcuts illustrate the martyrdoms of Tyndale and Barnes, each previously used in the first and second editions of Foxe's Book of Martyrs: "The designs are unusually sophisticated for English work and suggest, particularly in the poses of the figures, the precedent of continental Mannerism" (Lubosky & Ingram). The third woodcut, on the last leaf verso, is an antipapal allegory of Christian justice, first used here, and again in the third, fourth and fifth editions of the Book of Martyrs in 1576, 1583 and 1596 respectively. Luborsky & Ingram, English illustrated books, 1536&#150;1603; STC 24436.

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        LES CHRONIQUES ET ANNALES DE FRANCE DES L ORIGINE DES FRANCOIS ET LEUR VENUEES DES GAULES.

      Gabriel Buon,, Paris, 1573 - Nicole Gilles fut controleur du tresor royal sous Charles VIII, l?un des premiers historiens francais & l?un des derniers chroniqueurs. Cet ouvrage sur les Chroniques de France contient 6 tableaux genealogiques pleines pages, de nombreux portraits de rois de France, ainsi que de nombreuses lettrines, le tout grave sur bois. 531 pp. + table 26 pp. in-folio, Relie demi-veau, dos orne a nerfs, 1 mors fragile. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rhetiae alpestris descriptio, in qua hodie TIROLIS COMITATUS. Goritiae, Karstii, Chaczeolae, Carniolae, Histriae, et Windorum Marchae descrip.

      Antwerpen. 1573 - Il foglio ospita due carte raffiguranti il Tirolo a sx. e le isole del golfo del Quarnaro, l&#146;intera Istria e l&#146;entroterra compresa Goriza a dx. Si trovano in "Ortelius A. - Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Additamen I". La prima può considerarsi una derivazione della carta realizzata dallo stesso autore nel 1561 per il "Typi chorographici Provinciarum Austriae". Un eccessivo senso di semplificazione che porta alla mescolanza di toponimi latini e tedeschi, la tendenza a privilegiare l&#146;aspetto estetico alla resa precisa delle elevazioni montuose e dei corsi d&#146;acqua, la mancata raffigurazione dei ghiacciai e l&#146;imprecisa collocazione delle coperture vegetali che hanno piuttosto un ruolo decorativo non diminuiscono il valore della carta, fra le più antiche rappresentazioni del territorio tirolese. Scheda bibliografica tratta da "Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell&#146;antica cartografia" di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 13. Formato: Incisione su rame di dimensioni 33,5x50. Buono, ordinari segni d&#146;uso e del tempo.

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        Divi Cyrilli Alexandrini episcopi [.] omnia opera quae hactenus summa diligentia reperiri potuere [.].

      Paris, Michel Sonnius, 1573. - 2 Bde. in einem. (8) SS., 1074 Spp., (1) S., l. w. Bl. 762 Spp., (53) SS. (ohne das l. w. Bl.). Mit 2 Holzschnittdruckermarken am Titel. Lederband des 17. Jhs. (stark lädiert) auf 5 Doppelbünden mit Resten von Rückenvergoldung. Folio. Zweite lateinische Ausgabe bei Sonnius (zuvor kollationsgleich im Vorjahr erschienen), aus dem Griechischen übersetzt und ediert von Gentian Hervet (1499-1584; vgl. Gamillscheg/Harlfinger: Repertorium der griechischen Kopisten 800-1600). - Beide Deckel stark berieben (Oberschicht des Leders abgerieben); Kapitale defekt; Ecken und Kanten stärker bestoßen mit kl. Fehlstellen im Lederbezug. Innen insgesamt sauber und wohlerhalten; Titel unbedeutend fingerfleckig; vereinzelte hs. Anstreichungen und Notizen des 17. Jhs. Am vorderen Vorsatz verso kl. Provenienzvermerk: "Ex biblioth. P. Fabri". Recht selten; lt. OCLC kein Exemplar in USA (Nachweise für Nijmegen, Maastricht, Utrecht); ferner in Berlin, München, Köln (nicht in BnF). Adams C 3171. OCLC 63813114. Nicht bei BM-STC French. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        WHOLE XII BOOKES OF THE AENEIDOS OF VIRGILL. Whereof the First IX and Part of the Tenth, Were Converted into English Meeter by Thomas Phaer, Esquire, and the Residue Supplied, and the Whole Worke Together Newly Set Forth by Thomas Twyne Gentleman. There is Added Moreover to This Edition, Virgils Life Out of Donatus, and the Arguments Before Every Booke

      London by William How for Abraham Veale 1573 - SCARCE AND VERY EARLY EDITION IN ENGLISH. THE FIRST COMPLETE EDITION IN 'COMMON' or 'MODERN' ENGLISH, THE FIRST PRINTING OF Phaer's translation to include books 10-12, the "Life" of Virgil and The Arguments. Woodcut border to the titlepage, woodcut initials and head-or-tail pieces throughout. Small 4to (7 by 5.5 inches), very handsomely bound in antique full speckled calf by Riviere and Sons, gilt lettered on two morocco labels on the spine, blind ruled raised bands, blind ruled borders on the boards, t.e.g. Housed in calf-covered clamshell box gilt lettered on a rounded back between raised bands. A very handsome copy, the binding in excellent condition and the text very solid, some expert restoration to the titlepage, trimmed a bit close at top and bottom, very occasion old evidence of staining or use. AN OUTSTANDING COPY OF THIS VERY EARLY ENGLISH VIRGIL, THE TEXT COMPLETE WITH ERRATA PAGE AND COLOPHON. This is the first printing of Phaer's translation to contain all 12 books, as the first issue of the translation contained only the first nine books. This is the first complete edition in 'modern' or 'common' English. Douglas' 1553 translation was in the Scot's dialect, thus making Phaer's the first translation into British English. This would remain the primary English Virgil till Dryden, over a century later. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Platonis cum Aristotele in universa philosophia, comparatio. Quae hoc commentario, in Alcinoi Institutionem ad eiusdem Platonis doctrinam, explicatur. Pars posterior Quae de animorum immortalitate, de fato & libero arbitrio disputationem continet, itemque explicationem eorum, quae ad philosophiam moralem pertinent. Authore Jacobo Carpentario. Adiecta est eiusdem Carpentarii defensio contra quendam Longodaedalum, prioris interpretationis Alcinoi calumniatorem. Paris: Jacques Du Puys, 1573.

      - First edition of one of the three main books by the philosopher-mathematician, and physician to Charles IX, Jacques Charpentier (1524-74). Earlier he had published an attack on Pierre Ramus (1566), and later a mystical treatise that he attributed to Aristotle and pretended to have translated out of Arabic (Libri XIV qui Aristotelis esse dicuntur, de secretiore parte divinae sapientiae secund, 1572). PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION: Quarto, two volumes in one, [56], [31], 2-416, 418-477, [3]pp., last leaf blank; [8], 328, [4 (errata)] pp., seventeenth-century English calf, possibly Oxford, edges red, title-page dusty and with early ownership inscription scored out, elsewhere uniform light browning, a very good copy from the Library of the Earls of Macclesfield, with the Sapere Aude bookplate and blindstamped crests. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Primam Infortiati Partem Commentaria: Summa Diligentia

      1573. Distinguished Commentary on the Infortiatum Maino, Giasone dal [1435-1519]. In Primam Infortiati Partem Commentaria: Summa Diligentia & Fide Emendata, & Suo Candori Restituta. Quibus, Praeter Solitas Insignium Doctorum Praesertim Purpurati, Adnotationes Accesserunt. Eminentissimorum I.C. Bellacombae, Panciroli, Trotti, Masueri, & Aliorum Additamenta, Receptarumq[ue], Sententiarum, Quas Communes Opiniones Vocant, & Forensium Questionum ac Decisionum Centuriae, Suis Quibusq[ue] Locis Adiecta. Turin: Apud Nicolaum Bevilaquam, 1573. 219 ff. Main text in parallel columns. Volume I of a two-volume set. Folio (16" x 11"). Contemporary vellum with recent vellum rebacking, raised bands and calf lettering piece to spine, early hand-lettered abbreviated title to head of text block (?), ties lacking. Light soiling to spine, hinges bumped and somewhat worn, minor worming to boards and pastedowns, hinges reinforced, endleaves lacking. Large woodcut vignette to title page, woodcut head-pieces and decorated initials. Some toning to text, dampstaining and light foxing in a few places. Early underlining to passages in a few leaves, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Later edition. Maino, a respected Italian jurist, was one of the last commentators of the Bartolist school. He taught at the Universities of Pavia and Padua. Among his students were Filippo Decio and Andrea Alciati. First published in 1499, his commentaries on the first and second parts of the Infortiatum, Books XXIV, Title 2-XXXVIII of the Digest, were standard works that went through numerous issues and editions into the seventeenth century. In Primam Infortiati Partem Commentaria discusses the books concerning donations between husband and wife, divorce, curatorship, wills and testaments and trusts and legacies. Our 1573 imprint is augmented with additional notes by Giovanni Bellacomba [16th c.], Guido Pancirolli [1523-1599], Giovanni Francesco Porporato [1485-1544], Bernardo Trotti [d. 1595] and Jean Masuer [d. 1450]. Complete in itself, this volume is part of a two-volume set. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE 16665.

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        Poesis philosofos (Greek). Poesis philosophica, vel saltem, reliquiae philosophicae, Empedoclis, Permenidis, Xenophanis, Cleanthis, Timonis, Epicharmi. Adiunta sunt Orphei illius carmina qui à suis appellatus fuit "Ho Theologos" (Greek). Item Heracliti et Democriti loci quidam, & eorum epistolae. [Edited by Henri Estienne (Stephanus), with notes by Scaliger].

      (Geneva), Stephanus, 1573. 8vo. Later (ab. 1850) green half calf with gilt title-label to spine. Spine with a bit of wear, especially to upper capital. Light occassional brownspotting and a light damp stain to ab. 10 leaves. A fine copy. Annotations in ink to front free end-paper and to some blank pages. Pencil annotations to final free end-paper and to margins. 222 pp.. The very rare first edition of the first anthology of pre-Socratic thought. This milestone publication, edited by Henri Estienne and with Latin notes by J.J. Scaliger, constitutes the first printing of the surviving fragments of Pre-Socratics - the originators of Greek philosophy - and the first work devoted solely to Pre-Socratic thought. Up until it was published, the modern world had only known the Pre-Socratics indirectly, e.g. through references in Plato or Aristotle. "Modern interest in early Greek philosophy can be traced back to 1573, when Henri Estienne (better known under his Latinized name Stephanus) collected a number of presocratic fragments in "Poesis philosophica"." (Giannis Stamatellos: "Introduction to Presocratics", p. 7). Within the history of modern philosophy and modern thought in general, the importance of the present work can hardly be over-estimated. Containing for the first time on their own the fragments of the pre-Socratic philosophers: Heraclitus, Parmenides, Pythagoras, Empedocles, Xenophanes, Cleanthes, Democrates, etc., this foundational work is "A VOLUME OF MAJOR IMPORTANCE TO THE HISTORY OF WESTERN THOUGHT, which rightly belongs on the same shelf with the first editions of Plato and Aristotle". (Schreiber).As Plato and Aristotle form the foundation for Western thought, so the Pre-Socratics form the foundation for Plato and Aristotle. "The first philosophers paved the way for the work of Plato and Aristotle - and hence for the whole of Western thought. Aristotle said that philosophy begins with wonder, and the first Western philosophers developed theories of the world which express simultaneously their sense of wonder and their intuition that the world should be comprehensible. But their enterprise was by no means limited to this proto-scientific task. Through, for instance, Heraclitus' enigmatic sayings, the poetry of Parmenides and Empedocles, and Zeno's paradoxes, the Western world was introduced to metaphysics, rationalist theology, ethics, and logic, by thinkers who often seem to be mystics or shamans as much as philosophers or scientists in the modern mould." (Robin Waterfield (edt. And transl.): "The First Philosophers: The Presocratis and Sophists", introduction). This first edition of the foundational fragments, the fragments of the works upon which Western thought rests, gave to the modern world the opportunity of studying Pre-Socratic thought as such. "... Henri Estienne's 1573 publication of "Poesis philosophica", the first anthology of pre-Socratic thought. Diverse fragments of Heraclitus were found in the works of Plato, Aristotle, Plutarch, Sextus Empiricus, Stobaeus, among others, but were generally presented there in other philosophical contexts. Estienne's anthology, which contained some 40 Heraclitean fragments, or about one third of what we have today, allowed Heraclitus to be read on his own and provided the opportunity to grasp the overall philosophy of the master of the oracular epigram." (Jerry C. Nash's review of Francoise Joukovsky's "Le Fue et le Fleuve: Héraclite et la Renaissance francaise").With this publication came the revival of Pre-Socratic thought and the birth of Pre-Socratic scholarship. Being now available to Renaissance thinkers, the Pre-Socratics could now be studied as they deserved, and this seminal publication is responsible for the direction that much modern philosophy was to take, for centuries to come. Only in the 19th century did a new edition of the Pre-Socratic fragments compete with Estienne's great anthology. "How did you study the Presocratics in the Renaissance? ... In 1567 Élie Vinet did so by commenting on a late Latin text, itself adapted from Greek sources: the "De die natali" of Censorinus. In less than a decade Henri Estienne and Joseph Scaliger did so in a far more original and systematic way, by collecting and analyzing fragments quoted by Clement of Alexandria, Simplicius and Sextus Empiricus." (Note: "Estienne and Scaliger 1573"). (C.B. Schmitt, The Cambridsge History of Renaissance Philosophy, p.767). With this publication, for the first time since Plato and Aristotle, the Pre-Socratics came to once again directly influence Western thought. For instance, "[Francis] Bacon could have found an important precedent in Henri Estienne's "Poesis philosophica" (1573), a collection of the fragments of pre-Socratic poets that included Empedocles. After Estienne's book appeared in print, the idea of assembling pre-Socratic wisdom became more common among scholarly men of Bacon's generation." (Gerard Passannante, "The Lucretian Renaissance", p. 145). Adams P-1682; Schreiber 142

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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.

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        La sfera del mondo. Di nuovo da lui ripolita, accrescuita, & fino à Sei Libri, di Quattro che erano ampliata, & quasi per ogni parte rinovata, & riformata; De le stelle fisse, Libro Uno, Dove di tutte le XLVIII immag in celesti

      Venice: Presso Giovanni Varisco, e Compagni; Per Giovanni Varisco, & compagni, 1573 & 1570. Venice: Presso Giovanni Varisco, e Compagni; Per Giovanni Varisco, & compagni,, 1573 & 1570. Two works bound in one volume, octavo (205 × 147 mm). Contemporary limp vellum, manuscript title on spine and bottom edge of edge block, deerskin ties. Ff. 30 misnumbered 20. 47 full-page woodcut star maps, 68 full-page woodcut tables, woodcut diagrams and historiated initials. Three or four small wormholes to spine and joints, scattered light foxing and old marginal dampstaining. An excellent copy. Eighth edition of the first printed star atlas, originally published in 1540. All early editions are rare. De la sfera del mondo is a traditional Ptolemaic-Aristotelian geocentric cosmography, but its appendix, De le stelle fisse, "represents the first printed star atlas, containing maps of the stars as opposed to simple pictures of constellations, and introducing the practice of identifying stars by letter, a method later adopted and expanded by Bayer" (Norman). Piccolomini was an early popularizer of science who wrote in the vernacular to extend scientific knowledge beyond the confines of church and university. Later Bishop of Patrae, Piccolomini belonged to the notable Sienese ecclesiastical family that produced two popes, including the great Renaissance figure Pope Pius II.

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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.

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        D. Haymonis Halberstattensis historiae sacrae epitome. Siue de Christianarum rerum memoria libri decem. Adiunctis Petri Galesini notationibus & indice copioso.

      Köln, Johann Gymnicus, 1573.. Ca. 10,5 x 7,5 cm. 2 Blatt, 94 Seiten, 16 Blatt. Späterer Ganzlederband.. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf Titelblatt und letzter Seite und mit einigen Holzschnittinitialen. Vorsätze erneuert. Seiten wasserrandig und mit zeitgenössischen Marginalien. Letztes Blatt mit kleinen Randfehlstellen. Eng beschnitten. Text in Latein.

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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.

      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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        Mémoires de l?histoire de Lyon avec une table des choses mémorables contenues en ce présent livre. & Les privilèges, franchises et immunitez octroyees par les roys treschrestiens, aux consuls, eschevins manans & habitans de la ville de Lyon, & à leur postérité

      Lyon, Antoine Gryphius (Gryphe), 1573. In folio reliure en plein velin du temps, page de titre gravée, bandeaux, lettrines historiées, collophons de A. Gryphe, Mémoires : 8 f. n.p., 444 p., 8 f. ; Les privilèges : 5 f., 116 p., 2 f. Velin défraîchi, quelques auréoles claires à déplorer sur certains feuillets, quelques feuillets oxydés comme souvent, un cahier mal relié (p. 373 à 384 intercallées entre la p.96 à 97). Baudrier tome 8 : p. 362. Les deux titres avaient parus indépendamment bien qu'imprimé la même année. Ils sont ici reliés ensemble. Les" Mémoires de Lyon..." - constituent la première histoire de Lyon digne de ce nom - valurent à l'imprimeur (fils naturel de Sébastien Gryphe) de la vaisselle d'argent ouvragée offerte par la ville de Lyon. Cet ouvrage, à la typographie soignée, est un parfait spécimen des derniers grands livres lyonnais du 16è. Outre cette qualité bibliophile, cet ouvrage est une mine de renseignement sur la vie politique (révoltes et séditions contre des impôts), administrative, visites historiques (la visite de Louis XII qui oblige à abattre bancs et auvents dans les rues commerçantes, économique... de la ville de Lyon (entre autre : la soie y est déjà une activité que les jeunes orphelines appréhendent à l'école), mode (description des extraoridnaires costumes du moyen âge ), famines et mesures de protection des populations... Français relié Bon état

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        Decisiones Burdegalenses, summa diligentia et eruditione collectae atque tractatae. Nunc recens, collatis omnibus priorum Editionum exemplaribus, sublatisque mendis, quantum fieri potuit, recusae. ACCESSIT Auctoris Vita per Ionanem Alesmium, Regium in Senatu Burdegalensi Consiliarium, exacte descripta. Angebunden: Guido PAPA, Decisiones IC. clariss. et summi olim per Galliam Practici, per eundem in Consilio Parlamenti Delphinatus, cuius Praesidem egit, singulari iudicio collectae. Ex prototypo Matthaei ANTONIANI IC. genuinae integritati restitutae.

      Frankfurt am Main, Ex officina Typographica Nicolai Bassaei, Impensis Sigismundi Feyerabent et per Petrum Fabricium, 1573-1574.. Folio. (I: Boerius) Titelblatt mit großem Druckersignet, (16), 898, (50) S., Schöner Textholzschnitt auf der ersten Textseite: Richter in Diskussion mit Rechtsanw#älten und Ratgebern. - (II: Papa) Titelblatt mit Druckersignet, (8), 404, (36) S. mit Textholzschnitt auf der ersten Textseite. Zwei Teile in einem phantastischen (französischen) zeitgenössischen Schweinslederband mit Blindprägung auf fünf Bünden geheftet mit rotem Buchschnitt und (fehlenden) grünen Buchbändern. Boerius: 356 decisiones - Papa:; Boerius: 356 decisiones - Papa:. Nicolas BOYER (Nicolaus BOERIUS) war Präsident des Parlaments von Bordeaux. Während dieser Tätigkeit sammelte er wichtige Entscheidungen des Gerichts von Bordeaux. Für die Rechtsgeschichte, insbesondere Frankreichs ein bedeutendes, für rechtshistorische Forschungen unentbehrliches Werk. Der Sammelband wird als der Prototyp der modernen Entscheidungssammlungen eingestuft. Ausgangspunkt der einzelnen Decisiones ist der entschiedene Rechtsstreit. Im Anschluß wird näher auf die sich stellenden Rechtsprobleme eingegangen, teilweise wird ausführlich über die unterschiedlichen Rechtskontroversen zu den einzelnen Problemen eingegangen. Das Werk wurde europaweit studiert, allegiert und ediert, auch in Deutschland. Insgesamt sind darin 356 Decisiones enthalten. Die wichtigste französische Entscheidungs- und Konsilienliteratur der frühen Neuzeit sind die Werke von Boerius und Papa! Nicolas de Bohier, French jurist and author of some works, was one of the most important jurist in the beginning of the moderne jurisprudence. His collected works of the decisions are one of the most important works in France. In whole Europe, the Influence of this work was very great and in Germany, the decisions of Boerius were printed until the 18th century. Coing, Handbuch II,2: 1256. Guido PAPA (gest.1487), einer der wichtigsten französischen Juristen der frühen Neuzeit, dessen Entscheidungssammlung, erstmals 1490 ediert, außerordentlicher Erfolg beschieden war. In Frankreich bis in das 18. Jhdt. verlegt, erschienen Ausgaben in Italien und Deutschland, ja sogar eine französische Übersetzung.

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        Seufzer aus Oestreich und seinen Provinzen. Leipzig, Literarisches Museum 1834. Kl. 8°. 1 Bl., 177 S., Hldr.. d. Zt. mit reicher Rvg. u. Rsch.

      . . Goedeke XV, 645, 553 - Rabenlechner I, 79 - Borst 1573 - Hayn-G. V, 460 - vgl. Wilpert-G. 4 u. Giebisch-G. 309.- Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe von "Austria as it is" (London 1828), vermehrt um ein italienisches Pamphlet ("Italien unter östreichischer Herrschaft").- "Fünf Jahre nach seiner Flucht präsentierte Charles Sealsfield (1793 - 1864) seine Abrechnung mit Österreich: 'Austria as it is'... Das Buch ist die wahrscheinlich fundierteste und entschlossenste politische Kritik am Metternich-Regime in der Figur eines Reiseberichts." Sealsfield kritisiert vor allem Korruption, Freiheitsbeschneidung, Zensur, Überwachung und Desinformation. Besonders prangert er die "klägliche Unwissenheit, Kriecherei und Beschränktheit der österreichischen Staatsbeamten und Offiziere" an.- Titel recto u. verso gestempelt, leicht gebräunt u. tls. braunfleckig, der dekorative Ebd. nur gering berieben.

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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. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). 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.

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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.

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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.. 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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        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.

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        Les Epistres dorees, et discours salutaires, de Don Antoine de Guevare, Evesque de Mondonedo, Pescheur & Croniqueur de l'empereur Charles Cinquiesme. Traduictes d'Espaignol en Francois par le seigneur de Guterry, Docteur en Medecine. Ensemble la Revolte que les Espaignolz firent contre leur jeune Prince, l'an mil cinq cens vingt. Et l'yssue d'icelle. Avec un traicte des Travaux & Privileges des Galeres, le tout du mesme Autheur.

      Paris, Claude Gautier, 1573.. 3 parties en un volume in-8, velin souple de l'epoque a petits rabats (traces de lacets), (16), 352, 304, 259 p., texte sur 2 colonnes, vignette de titre a la marque de l'imprimeur. Bonne edition parisienne, en trois livres, dans la traduction de Jean de Guterry, de cet ouvrage qui rencontra un succes prodigieux et qui fut traduit dans les principales langues europeennes. Recueil de pieces diverses, lettres adressees aux plus hautes personnalites du Royaume d'Espagne, mais aussi pieces d'apparat, lettres apocryphes (Trajan a Plutarque) ou pures fictions. Les 'Epistres dorees' fournirent de nombreuses anecdotes aux ecrivains francais de la periode, jusqu'a Montaigne qui songera meme, un temps, a donner a ses Essais la forme de lettres fictives a l'imitation de ces 'Epistres'. (Brunet, II, 1801. S. Diaz, XI, 3152. Graesse, III, p. 77. Palau y Dulcet, 110396). Cachet de bibliotheque religieuse et ex-libris grave. Bon exemplaire, frais, bien relie a l'epoque..

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        Historia von dem Krieg, welchen newlich der Türckisch Keiser Selim der ander wieder die Venediger erreget hat. In Welscher und Lateinischer Sprach erst außgangen, jetzt aber von Georgen Henisch von Bartfeld verteutschet.

      Basel, Peter Perna, 1573.. (8), 181, (1) SS. Mit gefalt. Holzschnitt-Karte. Halblederband. 4to.. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. - "Eine der ausführlichsten Beschreibungen der Seeschlacht von Lepanto mit der genauen Angabe der venezianischen, spanischen und päpstlichen Schiffe" (Göllner). - Titel mit Numerierung und angestaubt, einige alte Unterstreichungen, oben knapp beschnitten (Kolumnentitel teilw. angeschnitten), wenig fleckig. Sehr selten; seit 1950 kein Exemplar auf deutschen Auktionen nachweisbar. Aus der Sammlung des Schweizer Industriellen Herry W. Schaefer. - VD 16, C 4965. IA 143.974. BM-STC German 221. Blackmer 396 (Anm.). Schottenloher 43475 c. Apponyi 1837. Kertbeny 860. Göllner 1617.

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        Thesaurus historiarum. 2 Bde. in 1 Band. Innsbruck, J. Agricola 1602-04. Fol. 18 Bll., 565 S., 13 Bll.; 12 Bll. (letztes leer), 388 S., 6 Bll., mit 2 (wiederh.) gest. Titelbordüren blindgepr. Schweinsldr. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln.

      . . VD17 23:232934D - Waldner, Gesch. Typographie in Tirol 96.- Selten.- Frühes Werk zur al01lgemeinen Geschichte des Innsbrucker Landeshistorikers u. Kammerrats M. Burglechner (1573-1642).- "Die Frucht seiner universalhistorischen Studien erschien 1602 unter den Titel ,Thesaurus historiarum ...' - Dieses Werk, eine Staats-, Kirchen- und Litterargeschichte der ersten zwei Jahrhunderte nach Chr. zeugt jedenfalls von Belesenheit und einem starken kirchlichen Eifer" (ADB III, 608).- Titel von I mit Ausschnitt am Oberrand, Titelbordüre von II mit Papierdurchbruch am Plattenrand, Ränder stellenw. mit Wurmgängen, anfangs u. am Schluß etwas wasserrandig, sonst sauber, Ebd. etw. fleckig u. berieben, Schließen fehlen.

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        Catalogus testium veritatis. Historia der Zeugen, Bekenner und Märterer, so Christum und die evangelische Warheit biss hieher / auch etwa mitten im Reich der Finsternus warhafftig erkennet... und dem bäpstlichen vermeinten Primat... erstlich widersprochen /.... Auss dem Latein in unsere gemeine teutsche Sprach gebracht und verfertigt / Durch Conradum Lautenbach von Mutzßlar / Pfarherrn zu Hunaweiler. -Hierinn findestu / gutherziger Leser ... zu lesen.

      Ffm., (Gedruckt zu Franckfurt am Mayn) 1573. blingeprägter Perg-Einband (überzogenes Holz) mit Schließen und Beschlägen, 4 Bünde, eineg Wurmlöcher, (20 Seiten Vorrede) 343 (CCCXCIII) (1) Seiten, 11 Seiten Register, 23,5 x 34 cm, Beigebunden: Georgium Lautenbecken - Brandenburgischen Rath auffm Gebirge: Regentenbuch - Auffs fleissigst und herrlichst itzt von Newem ubersehen / und durchaus an vielen orten Corrigiert / Gemehret / und Gebessert. Allen Regenten und Oberkeiten zu anrichtung und besserung erbarer und guter Policey / Christlich und nötig zu wissen. Es ist auch die rede des Grichischen Philosopht Musonii / dem gemeinen Nutz ... Vom Amppt der Könige und Regierung des gemeinen Nutzes in der löblichen Kron Frankreich / des fürstlichen mannes Cludii Sessels ... - Auch ein Christliche und treue Oration und Vermannung an die Regierung der löblichen Kron Frankreich / etc. - Jetzundt allen Potentaten / Königen / Fürtsen und Herrn / so sich Erbarer guter Regierung befleissigen / Dergleichen in Policey und Kriegssachen (1567)... Alles mit Römischer Keyserlischer Maiestat Befreyung / nicht nachzudrucken 1. (21) (11) (2) (4) (5 S. Register) CCCLXVIII (13) (8) (7) (128) gedruckt zu Leipzig Durch Johann Marttroff Im Jar M.D. LXXII. (1572), sehr schöner Einband mit Beschlägen, Bünde an zwei Stellen mit Fehlstellen im Pergament, Fehlstelle von ca. 1 cm breite am oberes Kapital, durchgestrichene handschriftliche Anmerkungen auf Titelblatt, erstes Titelblatt gebräunt und fingerfleckig, einige Seiten mit Anstreichungen und Hinweisen (kleine Hände mit Zeigefinger) von alter Hand, einige Seiten mit randlichen EInrisse, und etwas braunfleckig, letzten Seiten (u.a. Seite mit Druckvermerk) mit randlicher Fehlstelle,.

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