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2018-07-12 22:35:14
Bible, Hebrew)
Christophe Plantin, Antwerp. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Plantin Hebrew Bible. Plantin's octavo Hebrew bible, printed the same year he completed his great eight-volume folio Polyglot bible. (The title page is dated 1573 while the colophon is dated 1574.) At the end is a New Testament in Syriac also printed by Plantin, issued without title-page to be bound up with this Hebrew bible. Voet 652; Steinschneider 227; Zedner, p. 98; Roest, p. 167; Adams B1233; not in Darlow and Moule. Provenance: John Russell, 1698 (ownership signature), followed by a string of 10 ownership signatures through 1927 Early 18th century black morocco elaborately gilt, expertly rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to binding, headline of a small number of pages just shaved, a few minor marginal spots but an excellent copy Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-07-05 06:49:11
PARADIN DE CUYSEAULS (Guillaume) - RUBYS (Claude de)
A Lyon, par Antoine Gryphius, 1573. 2 ouvrages en un volume in-folio plein veau, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés, dentelles sur les coupes (XVIIIe), (16)- 444 - pp. (8) pp. & (12)- 116 pp. Coins émoussés, coiffes rognées, mors inférieur fendillé. Humidité angulaire au second volume. Edition originale de cette importante chronique de la florissante cité depuis l’antiquité jusqu’en 1560, offerte à ses notables par le Doyen du chapitre de Beaujeu en Beaujolais, Paradin de Cuyseaulx (1510-1590). Il énumère en fin de volume les causes des troubles contemporains (un an après la Saint-Barthélemy). Les Privilèges sont de Claude de Rubys (1533-1613), qui fut échevin de la ville et partisan de la Ligue. in-folio [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue - Veyrier [Saint-Ouen, FR, France]
2018-07-05 06:27:14
THE PRE-SOCRATICS - HERACLITUS, DEMOCRITUS, EMPEDOCLES, XENOPHAN, CLEANTHOS, TIMONUS, EPICHARMUS. - [EDITIO PRINCEPS OF THE FRAGMENTS OF THE PRE-SOCRATICS]
(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 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-30 06:11:57
EUCLIDE (attivo nel 300 A.C.) - HELIODORO DI LARISSO - DANTI Ignazio (1536-1586), tradusse.
GIUNTI, 1573. Legatura in remboitage con pergamena antica da reimpiego, titolo manoscritto al dorso; carte di guardia sostituite. 8 pagine numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e curioso stemma sormontato da corona con, all'interno, un mappamondo con palle medicee sovrapposte; 110 pagine numerate; 2 pp. nn. di cui bianco il recto e con fregio al verso; 16 pagine non numerate, compreso frontespizio; 18 pagine non numerate, compreso l'ultimo frontespizio e Tavola delle cose più notabili; 2 carte bianche finali, spesso mancanti. All'interno, numerosi digrammi nel testo. Una delle prime edizioni dell'Optica di Euclide E' un trattato elementare sulla prospettiva di carattere matematico filosofico; ed è stata la prima opera greca sull'argomento ed è rimasto l'unico testo del genere fino Tolomeo. Si inizia con le definizioni, alcuni postulati, il primo dei quali desume, nella tradizione platonica, che la visione è causata da raggi provenienti dall'occhio verso l'oggetto e, pertanto i raggi sono diritti. il secondo descrive che la figura contenuta dai raggi è un cono avente come vertice l'occhio e la sua base alle estremità dell'oggetto visto. Interessante la quarta definizione che esprime un presupposto fondamentale: le cose viste con un angolo maggiore appaiono maggiori, e quelle sotto un angolo minore, appaiono minori, mentre le cose viste sotto angoli uguali appaiono uguali. Molto interessante anche il trattato sugli specchi. La Prospettiva" is a translation of Euclid's "Optica;" it is followed by "Gli speechi de Euclide" (pp.77-110) which is a translation of the spurio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [TORINO, TO, Italy]
2018-06-28 20:43:05
CHARPENTIER - [UNITING PLATO AND ARISTOTLE - ATTACKING RAMUS]
Parisiis, Iacobi du Puys, 1573. 4to. Bound in one near contemporary full vellum. Printers woodcut device to booth title pages. Ex-libris [Luigi Imolae, physician to Pope VII] pasted on to pasted down front free end paper. Title written in contemporary hand to upper part of spine. Names written in contemporary hand and crossed out, except for 'Livius' and 'Imolae', to first title page. Very light uniform browning to leaves. All in all a fine and clean copy. (87), 477, (11), 328, (4) pp. ¶ First edition of Charpentier's famous comparison of Aristotle and Plato - one of the most thorough and important works of its kind - which came to influence the way that the Renaissance viewed the two great thinkers and their works. The work, which is profoundly anti-Ramist and also as such drew great attention, constitutes a fabulous determination of the joint legacy of Aristotle and Plato and is one of the works that best illustrates the nuanced basis of Renaissance scholarship and philosophy. It is a curious but generally accepted conception that with the rise of the Renaissance came the fall of Aristotle. It is a fact that with the recovery of many lost works of ancient literature, the widening of the range of classical studies and the renewed interest in Plato, Aristotle was no longer the sole authority on a huge number of fields, as he to a certain extent had been viewed during the Middle Ages. That this should mean a total ignorance of the teachings of Aristotle must be considered somewhat of a myth (though a very frequently repeated one), and in fact with the grand humanists of the … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [DK]
2018-06-21 08:27:34
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-18 06:18:13
Fioravanti Leonardo
appresso Lodovico Avanzo, 1573. 8vo (cm. 15), 24 cc.nn., 283 (i.e. 291) cc., 1 c.nn. con alcune ill.ni xilografiche a soggetto alchemico n.t. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia con titolo ms. al ds. (piccole mancanze al margine inferiore del piatto posteriore). Difetti alle carte di guardia e qualche lieve alone. Annotazioni di mano antica al margine di due carte. Nel complesso ottimo esemplare. Rara edizione. Adams, F-485; Durling, 1566; Ferguson, p. 278. Per la prima edizione dei ‘Capricci’ in cui è aggiunto il Libro quarto (del 1564) cfr. Verginelli, Bilbiotheca Hermetica, p. 139.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2018-06-15 22:19:24
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-06-12 06:20:21
GABRIELLI GEROLAMO (1513-1587)
Apud Franciscum Zilettum, 1573. Pagine: 13+256 fogli . Illustrazioni: Due marche tipografiche con suonatore di violino, con motto VIS IN VIRTUTE COELESTIS . Formato: 4° . Rilegatura: Cartonato coevo avvolto da pergamena antica scritta a mano. Dorso in pergamena muta.Usura al margine esterno della cartonatura e dei primi 18 fogli, nella marginatura bianca. . Stato: Discreto . Caratteristiche: L'autore, di Gubbio, fu avvocato concistoriale. .
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Scripta Manent di Diego Delfino [IT]
2018-05-31 21:33:25
Ptolemy
Venezia, Giordano Ziletti, 1573. Tre parti (ciascuna con titolo proprio) in un volume in 4to (mm. 230x160). Pp. [80], 350 [i.e. 352], [260]; [56]; 65, [3]. Le pagine 250-251 sono ripetute nella numerazione. Signatures: *-**4 A-H4 (H4 è bianca), A-Z4 Aa-Xx4 †2 A-Z2 Aa-Oo2 A-Z2 Aa-Dd2; α-η4 (η4 è bianca); A-G4 H6 (H6 è bianca). L'edizione contiene numerosi diagrammi ed illustrazioni in legno nel testo, tra cui due ritratti di Tolomeo, ed inoltre 65 carte geografiche incise in rame su doppia pagina, di cui 27 tolemaiche e 38 moderne. Pergamena molle coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso, tracce di legacci. Alcuni fascicoli un po' bruniti, bruniture più intense ma uniformi al fascicolo Gg della prima sequenza, qualche fioritura marginale, macchia alle ultime carte, nel complesso bella copia genuina. Terza edizione della Geografia di Tolomeo curata da Girolamo Ruscelli. Questa terza edizione fu rivista e corretta da Giovanni Malombra (fl. 1574) e dedicata dallo stampatore Giordano Ziletti a Giacomo Contarini. Le mappe sono le stesse della prima edizione del Ruscelli, apparsa per la prima volta nel 1561 e poi ristampata nel 1564, con le sole eccezioni della mappa antica del mondo, per la quale Malombra fece ritorno all'originaria proiezione conica tolemaica, e della mappa 13, nuovamente aggiunta, che mostra i Territoria di Roma. Le carte antiche sono numerate 1-27, mentre le nuove sono numerate da 1 a 38 (la mappa moderna del mondo non è inclusa nella numerazione). "The old world map is different, and the additional map is Territoria di Roma. The "small alterati … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-05-23 20:43:34
PRISCIANESE (Francesco).
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.
Bookseller: Librería Comellas [Barcelona, Spain]
2018-05-13 07:07:56
Cicero, Marcus Tullius; Longueil, Gilbert De
Apud Haeredes Ioannis Mariae Borelli, Venetiis (Venice), 1573. Original full vellum (hardcover), title inked on spine, water-marked chain laid paper. [4], 257 leaves ; 29 cm (12.25" x 8.5"). Printer's device on title page, historiated woodcut initials. Latin text. cum Hubertini Crescentinatis, Martini Philetici, Iod. Badii Ascensii, Ioan. Baptistae Egnatii, & Pauli Manutii . commentariis . ; adiectis praeterea argumentis, & lemmatibus Giberti Longolij in fronte singularum epistolarum. Some exterior wear and staining, usual warping to vellum boards, a few pages with minor worming, some repaired long ago, else internally clean, tight and bright. Size: Folio [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Books & Bidders, Antiquarian Booksellers [Cleveland, OH, U.S.A.]
2018-05-06 01:58:03
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-05 12:52:55
DE NIISE NICOLAI.
Chaudiere., Pariis, 1573. In 16°, p. perg. , cc. nn. 16 + cc. n. 638 + cc. nn. 19. Capilettera. Carta e stampa fresche. Cop. sciolta e con mende (mancante anche di lembi al dorso). Alcune pag. sciolte, collazionato, risulta completo si evidenziano solo degli errori di stampa di numerazione di alcune pag. La libreria offre per un periodo limitato uno sconto del 30% su tutti i suoi libri. Il prezzo originale dell'articolo era € 800,00 euro.
Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone [Roma, RM, Italy]
2018-05-02 15:53:49
Du Tillet, Jean, Editor
Paris, ex Officina Iacobi du Puy, 1573. (Lex Alemannorum, Antiquae Burgundionum Leges, Ripuariorum Leges a Theodorico Rege Francorum Latae, Antiqua Baivuariorium Lex and Vetus Lex Saxonum in-16o, [ii], 127, [1]; 95, [1]; 70, [2]; 15, [1]; 119, [1]; 56 pp. Contemporary full velum binding, title manuscript on its back, no marks on the text. Rare.
Bookseller: Librairie Ancienne Cerat [Greece, Chalandri - Athènes]
2018-05-02 11:54:51
Sansovino, Francesco.
Venice, (Enea de Alaris), 1573. 4to. (24), 224 pp. With woodcut arms to title page (repeated at end of prelims) and numerous woodcut initials and headpieces. Contemp. limp vellum. Remains of ties. Second edition of this account of the 16th century's Ottoman Wars in south-eastern Europe, published at Enea Alaris's short-lived Venetian shop operational between 1573 and 1575 (cf. Pastorello 213). With the woodcut arms of the dedicatee Pietro Zborowski on title page. Contemporary ownership of Joannes Antonius de Prividalibus on both flyleaves; later in the library of Thomas Perczel de Bonyhad (his 1960 engraved bookplate on pastedown). Edit 16, CNCE 27022. BM-STC Italian 606. Apponyi 1840. Göllner II, 1623. Graesse VI, 267. Hammer 1072. Riant 3514. Cf. Atabey 1089 (1571 first edition). Not in Blackmer or Aboussouan. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2018-05-02 02:03:44
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-02 02:03:43
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-02 02:03:43
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-05-01 05:15:33
Empedocles, et al.
Excudebat Henr. Stephanus, 1573. First edition of the first published collection of these early Greek philosophical writings, the whole => edited by Henri Estienne and from the Estienne press: An important Humanist gathering of surviving fragments from Empedocles, Parmenides, Xenophon, Cleanthes, Timon of Phlius, Epicharmus, and others, along with the letters of Heraclitus and Democritus -- with an emphasis on the aesthetics of their work. The preface is in both Latin and Greek, and the Latin notes are by Joseph Justus Scaliger. Schreiber calls this uncommon work "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." Provenance: Armorial bookplate of Charles W.G. Howard on front pastedown with typed note that the volume was a gift of Sir David Dundas of Ochtertyre in 1877. Dundas (1799-1877) was a politician who also served as a trustee of the British Museum from 1861 to 1867 (DNB online).
Bookseller: PRB&M/SessaBks (Philadelphia Rare Books & MSS Co.) [U.S.A.]
2018-04-27 08:08:33
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1573. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Early 18th century black morocco elaborately gilt, expertly rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to binding, headline of a small number of pages just shaved, a few minor marginal spots but an excellent copy. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Plantin Hebrew Bible. Plantin's octavo Hebrew bible, printed the same year he completed his great eight-volume folio Polyglot bible. (The title page is dated 1573 while the colophon is dated 1574.) At the end is a New Testament in Syriac also printed by Plantin, issued without title-page to be bound up with this Hebrew bible. Voet 652; Steinschneider 227; Zedner, p. 98; Roest, p. 167; Adams B1233; not in Darlow and Moule. Provenance: John Russell, 1698 (ownership signature), followed by a string of 10 ownership signatures through 1927
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-04-26 00:48:17
Chiesa Cattolica Pio V
C. Plantin, 1573. In-4°; pp. 492, (4), segue Hymni per totum annum... pp. 70, (2) con colophon Antverpiae excudebat Christophorus Plantinus Architypographus Regius anno MDLXXIII; frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero, entro bordura xilografica e al centro un grande tondo con l'Ascensione della Vergine (il monogramma di firma A.V.L, Antonius van Leest, l'incisore.). L'intero testo (tranne le ultime 70 pagine) è stampato con parti in rosso, ogni pagina entro ricca bordura xilografica a quattro legni. Nel testo illustrazioni di Pieter van der Brocht incise su legno da Antonius van Leest (i nomi dei due artisti fiamminghi si trovano espressi per intero nell'ultima illustrazione, quella dell'Apocalisse, con data 1572; nelle altre incisioni con i monogrammi). Rara edizione, e una delle prime, riccamente illustrata dell'Officium riformato di Pio V, libro d'ore di Plantin, qui nella versione (Variante C) con illustrazioni e bordure xilografiche. Le xilografie a piena pagina sono 19. Legatura in piena pelle con titolo in oro al dorso. Alcuni fori di tarlo passanti al margine interno bianco delle prime e ultime carte.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-04-23 19:56:04
VIGELIUS, Nicolaus
Basel, Oporinus, 1573. 8 Bl., 611 S., 22 Bl. Mit 3 gefalteten Tabellen. Flexibler Pergament d. Zeit mit Schließbändern (angestaubt). Erste Ausgabe. Vigelius ist, zusammen mit seinem etwas jüngeren Widersacher Vultejus, in Deutschland der wichtigste Repräsentant der systematischen Richtung humanistischer Rechtswissenschaft. Anders als bei Donellus, dessen vielbändiger systematisch angelegter Kommentar den Systemgedanken in den Dienst dogmatischer Vertiefung stellt, ist die Systematisierung bei Vigelius ein Instrument der Unterrichtsreform. Seine beiden systematischen Hauptwerke, die "Methodus iuris civilis universi" (Basel 1561, zuletzt Frankfurt 1628) und "Digestorum iuris civilis libri quinquaginta" (Basel 1568/71) sind also, in moderner Terminologie, nichts anderes als eine Einführung in die Zivilrechtswissenschaft. Die hier in Erstausgabe vorliegenden "Dialectices iuris libri tres" gehört gleichfalls zur Gattung der Unterrichtsliteratur. Sie handelt von den Gedankenschritten juristischer Argumentation. In den Tabellen erscheint auch hier das justinianische Rechtssystem. - VD 16, V 1117; Stintzing-Landsberg I, 438. - Gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt. S. 343/44 mit kurzem hinterlegten Randeinriß. [2 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Buch & Consult Ulrich Keip [Germany]
2018-04-22 16:38:45
IACOBUS Giacomo BRACELLI genuensi
eredi Blado, 1573. cc. (2), 73, manca l'ultima bianca, un legno tipografico al frontespizio, capilettera figurati incisi su legno. Marginale lacuna a c. 23, senza perdita di testo; leggera gora di umidità alle prime carte; nota di possesso antica e restauri al frontespizio; piccolo foro di tarlo alle ultime tre carte. Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, due cuciture di restauro ai piatti. Opera in cui lo storiografo e umanista ligure Bracelli (1390-1466) narra la guerra tra Genova e Alfonso V d'Aragona per il possesso di Corsica e Sardegna.
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2018-04-18 00:20:16
Hotman, Franc?ois.
Printed by Henry Bynneman], Edimburgi [i.e., London. One of six different editions printed in 1573 describing the St. Bartholomew?s Day Massacre as told by an enraged French Huguenot jurist who unintentionally avoided it due to a teaching assignment at the University of Bourges. According to the ESTC, the six editions were produced by four printers, one edition in Basel by T. Guarin, one in La Rochelle by B. Berton, and four in London by Henry Bynneman or W. Williamson, all but one bearing a false location. This offering is an altered version of an earlier printing with two leaves reprinted and one reimposed to remove any mention of Bynneman. Hotman here writes under the pseudonym of Ernestus Varamundus, although the work is also sometimes erroneously attributed to Th?odore de B?ze and Hubert Languet. In England, Hotman was the main narrative source for the first, "historical" portion of Marlowe's The Massacre at Paris (Paul Kocher, PMLA {1941}, 349?68). Binding: Early 19th-century speckled calf, spine compartments gilt-stamped and one with a gilt red leather label; covers with gilt double rules, board edges and turn-ins with gilt single rules, all edges gilt. Signed with stamp by Roger de Coverly, an apprentice of Zaehnsdorf. => A very pretty "container" for some very un-pretty history. Provenance: Armorial bookplate of the Marquess of Bute's Cardiff Castle on front pastedown; most recently in the library of American collector Albert A. Howard, small booklabel ("AHA") at rear. A rather uncommon edition, with searches of WorldCat, NUC, and COPAC revealing only one U.S. copy … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: SessaBks (ABAA, ILAB) [Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.]
2018-04-15 07:53:37
GUEVARE Don Antoine de.-
Traduictes de l'Espaignol en François par le Seigneur Guttery, Docteur en Médecine. Ensemble la Revolte que les Espaignols firent contre leur jeune Prince, l'An mil cinq cens vingt. Et l'yssue d'icelle. Avec un traicté des Travaux & Privilèges des Galères, le tout du mesme Autheur. Traduit nouvellement d'Italien en François. Paris. Claude Gautier. 1573. 3 parties en 1 volume fort in-12 ( ca 115 x 166mm), plein vélin à rabats, titre manuscrit sur le dos à 3 nerfs (reliure de l'époque), 8ff., 352, 304 et 259 pages. Impression sur 2 colonnes. Dos en grande partie décollé, cordons de fermeture absents, vélin très plissé (très sec), auréoles d'humidité claires le plus souvent. Exemplaire en état moyen, dans son jus. Ex-libris manuscrit Caroli Ballardy, 1714. Très rare. Les premières éditions sont de 1555 et 1558 mais elles ne contenaient que le premier livre alors que celle-ci en contient 3. [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Les Vieux Ordinaires [TOULON, France]
2018-04-13 05:00:32
Imprinted . . . in Powles Churche yarde by Richard Jugge [etc.] 1573-75, London. Later 3/4 calf, somewhat rubbed and lightly browned, the act on vagabonds and relief of the poor [c.5] with an extensive gloss; the Taussig copy The Parliament convened at the height of the perceived threat of Mary Queen of Scots to Elizabeth, the law of treason strengthened and the penalties upon those attempting to rescue those held, as Mary was, on charges of treason enhanced [c.2]
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA [San Francisco, CA, U.S.A.]
2018-03-31 00:44:53
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The Parliament convened at the height of the perceived threat of Mary Queen of Scots to Elizabeth, the law of treason strengthened and the penalties upon those attempting to rescue those held, as Mary was, on charges of treason enhanced [c.2]. Later 3/4 calf, somewhat rubbed and lightly browned, the act on vagabonds and relief of the poor [c.5] with an extensive gloss; the Taussig copy. Imprinted . . . in Powles Churche yarde by Richard Jugge [etc.], London, 1573-75.
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc. [U.S.A.]
2018-03-28 16:39:41
PTOLOMAEUS (fl. 2nd cent. AD)-RUSCELLI, Girolamo (c. 1500-1566)-MOLETI, Giuseppe (1531-1588).
Venezia, Giordano Ziletti, 1573. Three parts (each with a separate title page) in one volume, 4to (mm 230x160). [80], 350 [i.e. 352], [260] pp.; [56] pp.; 65, [3] pp. Pages 250-251 are repeated in numbering. Signatures: *-**4 A-H4 (H4 is a blank), A-Z4 Aa-Xx4 †2 A-Z2 Aa-Oo2 A-Z2 Aa-Dd2; α-η4(η4 is a blank); A-G4 H6 (H6 is a blank). The edition contains several woodcut diagrams and illustrations in text (including two portraits of Ptolemy), as well as 65 double-page engraved maps, of which 27 are Ptolemaic and 38 are new. Contemporary flexible vellum, inked title on spine, traces of ties. A few quires slightly uniformly browned, quire Gg (first series) strongly browned, some marginal spots, large stain affecting a few leaves at the end of the volume, all in all a very good, genuine copy. Third Ruscelli edition of Ptolemy's Geography, revised and corrected by Giovanni Malombra (fl. 1574) and dedicated by the printer Giordano Ziletti to Giacomo Contarini. The maps are the same as in the first Ruscelli edition appeared in 1561 (reprinted with no variation in 1564) with the exception of the old world map, for which Malombra has returned to the original conical projection of Ptolemy, and of the newly added map 13, which shows the Territoria di Roma. The Ptolemaic maps are numbered 1-27, while the new maps are numbered 1-38 (the modern world map is not included in the numbering). "The old world map is different, and the additional map is Territoria di Roma. The "small alterations' mentioned above refer to the differences in the shading of mountains, woods, sea … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2018-03-26 06:29:34
ARIOSTO, Lodovico
ARIOSTO, Lodovico. Orlando Furioso Venice, Appresso Vincenzo Valgrisi, 1573. £1850 4to, two parts in one volume, pp. (xvi) 654 (xxxiv), +8A-Z a-u8. Italic letter, some Roman. Text in double column, explanatory prose. Slightly trimmed. Title within elaborate architectural border with caryatids, masks, grotesques, and angels; imposing timber surmounted by a rich frieze with the profile of the author in apotheosis (“Divino Ludovido Ariosto” inscribed), fashioned as a laureate poet or a Roman emperor. “The portrait is a reverse copy of the Giolito medallion portrait introduced in 1542. The model for these laureate portraits is the profile by Titian.” Mortimer. Small wormhole through centre of t-p and subsequent leaf, no text loss. Friezes with snakes on both caryatids’ plinths with mottos “pro bono malum”, to the left, and “dilexisti malitiam super benignitatem”, to the right. Printer’s device within the portico, repeated on verso of last leaf, showing Moses’s bronze snake around Aaron’s rod, held by two hands and the word “VINCENT” (they will win), a pan with the name of the printer, Vincenzo; imprint in cartouche on lower border; on t-p, Valgrisi’s device appears on an armorial shield supported by putti, motto inscribed on border: “ita exaltari oportet filium hominis / sicut Moyses exaltavit serpentem in deserto” (as the son of man [Jesus] must be glorified, so Moses exalted the snake in the desert). Large decorated and historiated initials, beautiful full-page woodcut illustrations within magnificent border for each canto, descriptive sonnets within superior frames at the st … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Symonds Rare Books Ltd [London, United Kingdom]
2018-03-23 08:28:13
ESTIENNE, Henri], Stephani, Henri
S.l (Genève), Henr. Stephanus, 1573. In-16 en parchemin. 16 ff, 255 pp, 1 f. blanc. Mouillure claire en marge supérieure en début d'ouvrage. Mouillure large et claire pages 167,149, 135. Petites déchirures sur la page de titre. Unique édition de ce recueil de maximes sur les vertus, tirées des poètes et philosophes grecs et latins, par Henri II Estienne. Les maximes grecques sont suivies de leur traduction latine.
Bookseller: Librairie Lang [Caen, France]
2018-03-23 01:55:19
[Virgil]
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 title-page, trimmed a bit close at top and bottom, very occasional 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.
Bookseller: Antiquarian Bookshop Buddenbrooks, Inc. [US]
2018-03-22 19:13:33
LLWYD, Humphrey. Humphrey Lloyd. Thomas Twyne (translator).:
Imprinted at London, By Richard Iohnes, and are to be sold at his shop, joining the south west doore of Paules Church, 1573. Contaynyng a learned discourse of the variable state, & alteration therof, under diuers, as wel natural: as forren princes, & Conquerours. Together with the Geographicall description of the same, such as nether by elder, nor later writers, the like hath been set foorth before. Writen in Latin by Humfrey Lhuyd of Denbigh, a Cambre Britayne, and lately Englished by Thomas Twyne, Gentleman. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1573. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches. Text in black letter, title within a woodcut border, decorative woodcut initials and tail-pieces, marginal notes. Printer's name and address from colophon. Leaves: [22], 1-96, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 236 pages, collation: A8, (para)8, *4, **2, B-N8, full calf, 2 gilt lettered black labels to spine, gilt decoration to spine, double gilt rules to edges of covers, marbled endpapers, engraved book-plate to first pastedown, W. W. E. Wynne, 2 medical recipes in an Elizabethan hand on final blank page. Binding hinges rubbed, ¾ inch crack to top of lower hinge, title page laid down and a little dusty, 2 pages have either been supplied from another slightly shorter copy or they have been slightly trimmed (A5, first page of Preface and B1 first page of text), 2 small repairs to outer margins not affecting text, 1 slightly longer repair to outer margin of 2nd leaf of Preface, not affecting text, occasional light ink underlining and marginalia, occasional tiny ink spot just affecti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [GB]
2018-03-20 19:11:56
LLWYD, Humphrey. Humphrey Lloyd. Thomas Twyne (translator).
Imprinted at London By Richard Iohnes and are to be sold at his shop joining the south west doore of Paules Church. Contaynyng a learned discourse of the variable state, & alteration therof, under diuers, as wel natural: as forren princes, & Conquerours. Together with the Geographicall description of the same, such as nether by elder, nor later writers, the like hath been set foorth before. Writen in Latin by Humfrey Lhuyd of Denbigh, a Cambre Britayne, and lately Englished by Thomas Twyne, Gentleman. FIRST ENGLISH EDITION 1573. Small 8vo, approximately 150 x 90 mm, 6 x 3½ inches. Text in black letter, title within a woodcut border, decorative woodcut initials and tail-pieces, marginal notes. Printer’s name and address from colophon. Leaves: [22], 1-96, numbered on rectos only, making a total of 236 pages, collation: A8, (para)8, *4, **2, B-N8, full calf, 2 gilt lettered black labels to spine, gilt decoration to spine, double gilt rules to edges of covers, marbled endpapers, engraved book-plate to first pastedown, W. W. E. Wynne, 2 medical recipes in an Elizabethan hand on final blank page. Binding hinges rubbed, ¾ inch crack to top of lower hinge, title page laid down and a little dusty, 2 pages have either been supplied from another slightly shorter copy or they have been slightly trimmed (A5, first page of Preface and B1 first page of text), 2 small repairs to outer margins not affecting text, 1 slightly longer repair to outer margin of 2nd leaf of Preface, not affecting text, occasional light ink underlining and marginalia, occasional tiny ink spot just affecting a coup … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2018-03-17 12:23:02
PARADIN DE CUYSEAULS (Guillaume) - RUBYS (Claude de)
A Lyon, par Antoine Gryphius, 1573 2 ouvrages en un volume in-folio plein veau, dos à nerfs, caissons ornés, dentelles sur les coupes (XVIIIe), (16)- 444 - pp. (8) pp. & (12)- 116 pp. Coins émoussés, coiffes rognées, mors inférieur fendillé. Humidité angulaire au second volume. Edition originale de cette importante chronique de la florissante cité depuis l'antiquité jusqu'en 1560, offerte à ses notables par le Doyen du chapitre de Beaujeu en Beaujolais, Paradin de Cuyseaulx (1510-1590). Il énumère en fin de volume les causes des troubles contemporains (un an après la Saint-Barthélemy). Les Privilèges sont de Claude de Rubys (1533-1613), qui fut échevin de la ville et partisan de la Ligue. Bon état d'occasion
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Avenue [France, Saint-Ouen]
2018-03-16 01:29:23
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1573. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Early 18th century black morocco elaborately gilt, expertly rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to binding, headline of a small number of pages just shaved, a few minor marginal spots but an excellent copy. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Plantin Hebrew Bible. Plantin's octavo Hebrew bible, printed the same year he completed his great eight volume folio Polyglot bible. (The title page is dated 1573 while the colophon is dated 1574.) At the end is a New Testament in Syriac also printed by Plantin, issued without title page to be bound up with this Hebrew bible. Voet 652; Steinschneider 227; Zedner p 98; Roest p 167; Adams B1233; not in Darlow and Moule. Provenance: John Russell, 1698 (ownership signature), followed by a string of 10 ownership signatures through 1927
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-03-13 06:29:49
Etienne DUPERAC (1525-1604)
"Vista a volo d'uccello del giardino di Villa d'Este. Esemplare nel terzo stato di tre, con lindirizzo Joannes Dominicus de Rubeis Formis. Per la prima volta pubblicata nel 1573 da Antonio Lafreri, l'opera viene dedicata da Etienne Duperac a Caterina de' Medici. Alla morte del Lafreri la lastra venne ereditata dal nipote Stefano Suchetti che la cedette (1581) a Paolo Graziani e quindi a Pietro de Nobili, autore di una ristampa (1586 circa). La terza stesura della lastra è curata da Gian Domenico de Rossi. L'opera figura nel ""Indice delle Stampe De' Rossi"" redatto da Lorenzo Filippo nel 1735, prima della vendita delle matrici alla Calcografia Camerale. L'opera è descritta a p. 32, n. 6, come ""Veduta del Giardino di Tivoli del Cardinal d'Este, intagliata in acqua forte in foglio papale per traverso. Baiocchi 15"". Incisione in rame, con margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara." "View from half the bird's eye over the garden terraces to the Villa d'Este. Example of the third state of three, with the imprint ""Joannes Dominicus de Rubeis Formis. The plate was first published by Antonio Lafreri in 1573, dedicated by Etienne Duperac to Caternina de' Medici. A second issue of the plate was made by Pietro de Nobili (1586 ca.) that bought the plate from the Lafreri's heirs (Stefano Duchetti and then Paolo Graziani). The third issue is by Domenico de Rossi. The plate is included in the catalogue ""Indice delle Stampe De' Rossi"" by Lorenzo Filippo (1735), described (p. 32, n. 6) as ""Veduta del Giardino di Tivoli del Cardinal d'Este, intagliata in acqua forte in foglio pap … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [IT]
2018-03-11 20:33:00
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-03-10 10:11:46
(Bible, Hebrew)
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1573. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Early 18th century black morocco elaborately gilt, expertly rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to binding, headline of a small number of pages just shaved, a few minor marginal spots but an excellent copy. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Plantin Hebrew Bible. Plantin's octavo Hebrew bible, printed the same year he completed his great eight-volume folio Polyglot bible. (The title page is dated 1573 while the colophon is dated 1574.) At the end is a New Testament in Syriac also printed by Plantin, issued without title-page to be bound up with this Hebrew bible. Voet 652; Steinschneider 227; Zedner, p. 98; Roest, p. 167; Adams B1233; not in Darlow and Moule. Provenance: John Russell, 1698 (ownership signature), followed by a string of 10 ownership signatures through 1927
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2018-03-10 00:35:48
Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1573. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Early 18th century black morocco elaborately gilt, expertly rebacked to style. Minor rubbing to binding, headline of a small number of pages just shaved, a few minor marginal spots but an excellent copy. Title within woodcut architectural border. 389, [3 blank]; 121, [7] pp. Printed in Hebrew in two columns without vowel points, verse numbers marked in Hebrew numerals in margins (in Arabic numerals in first gathering). Neat early manuscript table of contents on verso of title. Small 8vo. Plantin Hebrew Bible. Plantin's octavo Hebrew bible, printed the same year he completed his great eight volume folio Polyglot bible. (The title page is dated 1573 while the colophon is dated 1574.) At the end is a New Testament in Syriac also printed by Plantin, issued without title page to be bound up with this Hebrew bible. Voet 652; Steinschneider 227; Zedner p 98; Roest p 167; Adams B1233; not in Darlow and Moule. Provenance: John Russell, 1698 (ownership signature), followed by a string of 10 ownership signatures through 1927
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2018-03-09 20:36:08
PICCOLOMINI Alessandro
Venezia, Giovanni Varisco, 1573; e Venezia, Giovanni Varisco, 1570. 2 opere in 1 vol. in-4° piccolo (21 x 15), di pp. (12)+252; ff. 30 (mal numerati 20)+48 pp. di tavole con XLVIII tavv. di figure stellari impresse in xilografia+XLVIII tavole cronologiche di calendario stellare, numerate 25-93,+(6)pp. esplicative. Nel testo soprattutto della prima opera numerosissime figure geometriche e astronomiche; nella seconda figure stellari composte da piccole xilografie assemblate. Imprese tipografiche del Varisco ai due frontespizi, alcune iniziali ornate. Leg. piena pergamena molle coeva con unghie, legacci conservati. Qualche ingiallitura, ma ottimo es. intatto nella sua veste originaria. (8160) Insieme delle due note opere astronomiche del senese Alessandro Piccolomini (1508-78), colto umanista e uomo di scienze, apparse per la prima volta nel 1540. Il testo delle Stelle Fisse, dedicato alla nobildonna senese Laudomia Forteguerri, ebbe un grande successo soprattutto a causa del metodo grafico innovativo nella raffigurazione delle mappe stellari con le diverse costellazioni, e le diverse posizioni tra lo Zenith e l'orizzonte, con 4 diverse tipologie rappresentative stellari; e così le due opere, pubblicate per lo più congiunte, furono ristampate fino alla fine del sec. XVI. Riccardi, II/col. 271, n. 1.13: "I libri della sfera trovansi talvolta disgiunti da quello delle stelle fisse, e talora questo senza quelli... La chiarezza, il buon ordine ed il bello stile coi quali sonovi esposte le cognizioni che allora si avevano intorno alla cognizione dell'universo, rendono ragione della … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Soave [IT]
2018-03-08 09:04:11
Anselm von Canterbury (Anselmus Cantuariensis)
Köln, Maternus Cholinus, 1572, 1573. 18 Bl., 207; 631 S.; 2 Bl., 311 (recte 309) S., 11 Bl. Mit drei wiederholten Druckermarken auf den Titeln. Fol. (31,5 x 20,5 cm). Pergament des 18. Jahrhunderts mit zwei Rückenschildern und Rückenvergoldung. Zweite Werkausgabe bei Cholinus (zuvor 1560). - Der heiliggesprochene Anselm von Canterbury (um 1033-1109) gilt als wichtiger Wegbereiter der Scholastik. - Meist deutlicher, vereinzelt auch stark gebräunt, teils auch etwas wasserrandig, Titel von Band III mit Knickspuren und nahezu lose, einige Blätter am Ende von Band III mit alter Ausbesserung im oberen Rand, ganz vereinzelte Eintragungen von alter Hand. Einbände gering bestoßen und leicht fleckig, Vordergelenk von Band III rissig, die unteren Rücken jeweils mit Resten eines Papieretiketts, Band II dort gering wurmstichig, Band III am unteren Rücken mit Fehlstelle durch Wurmfraß. - Die Titel mit Besitzvermerken der Jesuiten in Chieri (Piemont), weiterer Vermerk teils rasiert, die vorderern Innendeckel mit entsprechenden Exlibris. *VD 16 A 2908. Adams A 1170. [5 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Christian Strobel [DE]
2018-03-06 22:45:07
SOLINO, IVL ( CAYO JULIO )
Alonso Escribano, Sevilla, 1573. 133 más 6 hojas, algunas con huella de agua ( Obra muy rara en comercio. Palau 318.540 ) Size: 18,5 x 13,5 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libros Madrid [Madrid, Spain]
2018-03-01 16:48:24
Jacques Comolet (Jacob Comoleti) (Jésuite, Préfet des professeurs de Paris au seizième siècle)
Manuscrit de 492 pp. daté de 1573 dans une reliure du temps avec le même fer central sur chacun des plats(restauration aux charnières et sur les bords des plats) Le titre porté sur le dos (partiellement effacé) se lit comme tel: ANNOTUM LOGICAM ARISTI Mise au propre d'un cours de Jacques Comolet qui fut vivement attaqué par Antoine Arnault dans son " Plaidoyer pour l'Université de Paris contre les jésuites"
Bookseller: Librairie Les Fleurs du mal [France, Nîmes]
2018-02-28 07:30:10
Graeca, mit Anmerkungen und Manuskripten - Athanasius Alexandrinus, Athanasios:
Leipzig, Voegelin für Andreas Schneider, 1573. circa 15,3 x 10,3 cm. 159; 143 SS., beide Titel jeweils mit Druckermarke Grün eingefärbtes Pergament d. Zt. "VD16 A 4001; Adams A 2092 (nur griechischer Teil); vgl. Hoffmann I, 387 und Renouard 133, 2 (zur editio princeps bei Estienne 1570). Griechischer Text und mit eigenem Titelblatt die lateinische Übersetzung von T. Beza. "Die Dialogi werden Athansius nur zugeschrieben, als Verfasser werden auch Maximus Confessor und Didymus Alexandrinus genannt" (IA). - In dem heftigen Streit um die Lehre des Arius (ca. 260?336 n. Chr.), die als Haeresie eingestuft und scharf verfolgt wurde, geht es im wesentlichen um das Dogma der Dreifaltigkeit Gottes, die von den Arianern abgelehnt wurde. Sie erkannten allein den Vater als Gott an und erklärten die Trinitätsidee zu einer Irrlehre. - Dieses Exemplar mit teils reichen Anmerkungen, erster Titel mit mehreren teils verwischten älteren Besitzvermerken, davon einer datiert 1643, eine Hand im Text und am Schluss jedoch älter. Angehängt sind 34 Seiten in alter Handschrift, dabei eine "synopsis rerum", die wohl vom ersten Vorbesitzer selbst angelegt wurde, ferner längere Zitate aus der Korrespondenz des Humanisten (und Übersetzers des lateinischen Teils) Theodore de Beze (1519-1605) sowie 1591 datierte Texte des Genfer Theologen Antoine de La Faye (1540-1615). Diese Manuskripte aus dem Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts in Schwarz, Grün und Rot stammen von der Hand eines der Annotatoren. - Erster Titel angeschmutzt, etwas knittrig und alt hinterlegt, sonst nur ganz kleiner Feuchtrand, wenig gebräunt, inne … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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2018-02-20 19:28:34
LI MAO QING
1573. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover Pages Number: 1573 Language: English. International Computer Science and Technology. and Education Conference organized by the Chinese University computer education. meeting the main support for the party: the IEEE Singapore Control Branch. University of Melbourne. Australia. University of Virginia. National University of Singapore. China. Xiamen University. Xiamen Airlines. China Computer Education Development Center. Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.
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2018-02-11 21:21:28
PROCLO - DANTI, Egnatio.
In Fiorenza, Nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1573. 2 parti (la seconda con il titolo completo "Trattato dell' uso della sfera") in un volume in 4 (cm. 22x15), pp. (8)-55-1 b.; 33-(3), iniz. ornate e decor., incisioni xilogr. n.t., leg. perg. molle. Edizione originale. Riccardi, I, p. 391: Raro. Adams, P2137. Egnatio Danti (1536-1586) fu un eminente scienziato che insegnò a Pisa e a Bologna, disegnò mappe per Cosimo de Medici e progettò numerosi strumenti astronomici. Scrisse il primo libro sull' astrolabio pubblicato in Italia (1569) e fu nominato Cosmografo e Matematico papale da Gregorio XII (1580).
Bookseller: Libreria Salimbeni [IT]
2018-02-08 20:52:48
BOCCACCIO GIOVANNI.
FIRENZE, NELLA STAMPERIA DE I GIUNTI, 1573. "In-4; 16 cc., 580 pp., 1 c. (registro); ritratti di Giovanni Boccaccio e Giovanna di Napoli al verso dell'ultima carta della prefazione, capilettera figurati, marca tipografica sul titolo. Segno di tarlo marginale in qualche quaderno centrale che non tocc
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-07 21:16:37
BETUSSI GIUSEPPE.
Padova, Lorenzo Pasquati, 1573. In-4ø; 4 cc., 184 (ma 182) cc. con numero romano, 2 cc.; legatura coeva in tutto cartone alla rustica, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Ottimo esemplare a pieni margini con barbe, solo qualche piccola gora e macchiolina. Edizione originale. Il castello del Cathaio situato sulla strada tra Padova e Ferrara venne costruito tra il 1570 e il 1573 su progetto dell'architetto Andrea della Valle per volere del condottiero Pio Enea I degli Obizzi e divenne vitalissimo centro di ospitalit... e di cultura per molti illustri intellettuali e letterati fino a tutto il Settecento. Questa documentatissima opera, l'ultima del Betussi (1512-1573), composta in forma di vivace dialogo tra "un foristiere et un bassanese", per prima spiega la nascita e descrive le architetture del palazzo e del suo parco. Ma la cosa che la rende di particolare rilevanza e assai preziosa Š sicuramente la minuta descrizione delle raccolte d'arte conservate all'interno. "Di speciale interesse, tanto pi-- che le celebri raccolte antiche della casa Obizzi si trovano oggi nelle collezioni imperiali di Vienna, Š la descrizione della villa di questa famiglia, il Catajo (presso Padova) e delle sue pitture dello Zelotti ed altri, fatta da un fecondo letterato". (Schlosser Magnino). Cicognara 3957: "L'edizione Š bella in gran caratteri corsivi". Schlosser Magnino p. 379. Censimento B 1861. Lozzi 1150: "Libro pieno di curiose notizie il quale descrive uno dei luoghi pi-- singolari d'Italia".
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Mediolanum [IT]
2018-02-04 22:39:25
Commendone, Giovanni Francesco:
(Krakau, Szarffenberger, 1573). 4°. 10 Blatt mit Titelbrodüre Broschur IA I, 9143.417; LThK III, 18. Erste Ausgabe dieser Rede des Kardinals und päpstlichen Nuntius Commendone (1524-84) vor dem polnischen Adel in Warschau. Commendone hatte es bereits 1564 erreicht, dass die Beschlüsse des Tridentinischen Konzils in Polen durchgesetzt wurden; zahlreiche Gesandschaftsreisen führten ihn noch mehrfach nach Warschau, wo er massgeblich zu dem Erfolg des Katholizismus in Osteuropa, insbesondere in Polen, beitrug. "- Gut erhalten, gering gebräunt. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [München, Germany]
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