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        SOMMARIO DELLE VITE DE' DUCHI di Milano, così Visconti, come Sforzeschi raccolto da diversi auttori da? Dottor in legge e gentil'huomo padovano, col natural ritratto di ciascun d'essi, intagliato in rame.

      Girolamo Porro Padovano 1574 in-4 gr., 2 cc. n.n., 15 c.n., 1 cc. n.n. Elegante leg. m. p., c. dec. ai piatti, tagli rossi, nervi e tit. oro al d. Con 9 tavv. in rame raff. i 9 duchi di Milano inc. da Girolamo Porro (1520-1604). Prima ediz. dell'opera dello scrittore nobiluomo e giurista padovano, forse originario di Soncino nel cremonese, patria dei celebri stampatori. Mazzucchelli II, p. 324. Belliss. esempl. Manca a Hoepli. [384]

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        De vita, moribus, et rebus gestis omnium ducum Venetorum, qui iam inde a constituta ipsorum republica, vsque ad nostram aetatem, imperio praefuerunt, dilucida simulatque succincta historia: auctoribus Petro Marcello, patricio Veneto, Sylvestro Girello Vrbinate, & Heinrico Kellnero, I.V.D. patricioque Francofurtensi, continuata serie contexta: adiecta venusta & artificiosa armorum (vti vocant) seu insignium vniuscuiusque pictura, & epitaphijs quorundam, singulari studio conquisitis, & e tumulis seu marmoribus ipsorum descriptis, vniuscuius libet ortum, generis prosapiam, vitam, vitaeque exitum luculenter indicantibus

      IMPRESSUM FRANCOFURTI AD MOENUM APUD PAULUM REFFELER INPENSIS SIGISMUNDI FEYERABENT 1574 1574 Impressum Francofurti ad Moenum apud Paulum Reffeler inpensis Sigismundi Feyerabent 1574 In-8 (8) c. 218 c. (1) c. Marca n.c. (Fama con tromba e ramo di palma) di Feyerabend sul front. 83 xilografie con le effigi dei Dogi e loro monumenti sepolcrali. Legatura coeva in piena pelle di scrofa decorata a secco con fregi e figura femminile rappresentante la giustizia al piatto anteriore e crocefissione a quello posteriore. Numerose carte bianche al fine. Bellissimo esemplare privo di difetti. Cicogna 2252. Graesse 4° vol. p.381.

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        Purgantium aliarumque eo facientium, tum et Radicum, Convolvulorum ac deleteriarum herbarum historiae Libri IIII.

      Antwerp, C. Plantin, 1574. 8vo (165 x 115mm). pp. 505, (1), (6, index), with 221 full-page woodcuts by G. van Kampen after P. van der Borcht. Contemporary overlapping vellum, sides with gilt border and fleurons at corners, frontcover with gilt monogram 'P E F', old small piece of paper pasted on title (not affecting letters). A fine and attractively bound copy of this first edition. "This herbal was a third step towards the preparation of the 'Stirpium historiae pemptades sex'. As was the case with the first two preparatory herbals, there was a preference for a small, but handy booklet. Four groups of plants were described in four books and 120 chapters: plants with laxative properties, plants with medicinal roots, climbing plants and poisonous plants. The majority of the woodblocks used for the woodcuts of these plants, were cut by Gerard Janssen van Kampen probably according to drawings by Peeter van der Borcht. Meanwhile Dodoens had also discovered new species that, according to him, rather belonged in the two herbals published before. The new study material and the respective illustrations were therefore added to the herbal in a separate contribution. Although this appendix was a part of the herbal, it was given a separate title page and divided into two parts. A first part, subdivided into 33 chapters, showed 64 plants. An additional 17 illustrations, mainly Umbelliferae, were added to the 15 chapters of the second part" (Botany in the Low Countries no. 33). Hunt 116; Nissen BBI, 515.

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        Brixia Tyrolis. Lavbinga Sveviae Opp. Alberti Magni Patria.

      Köln. [1574-1603]. Incisione su rame di dimensioni 33x49 cm. Il foglio raccoglie due incisioni attribuibili all?Hogenberg, nella parte inferiore Bressanone e in quella inferiore Lauingen, città natale di Alberto Magno. Il titolo in cartiglio si trova nella parte destra in entrambe le stampe, che sono corredate di indicazioni geografiche e ospitano nel primo piano figure maschili e femminili in costume d?epoca. A verso note in lingua latina.

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        La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo Alessandrino, già tradotta di Greco in Italiano da Giero. Ruscelli: & hora in questa nuouva editione da M. Gio. Malombra... con l' espositioni del Ruscelli, particolari di luogo in luogo, & universali, sopra tutto il libro, & sopra tutta la Geografia, o modo di fare la descrittione del mondo.... con un discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto...

      Venetia, Giordano Ziletti, 1574. 2 parts in one. 4to (225 x 160 mm). Leaves 40 (last blank), pp. 50, with 55 engraved maps; pp. 65, with 10 engraved maps; pp. (54). Recent vellum, spine with gilt lettering, gilt gauffered edges. Third Italian edition by Girolamo Ruscelli. It contains many woodcuts in the text and 65 copperplate maps, 63 of which come from the same plates as those of the 1561 edition. "The old world map, [1], is different, and the additional map is [41], Territoria di Roma. The 'small alterations' mentioned above refer to the differences in the shading of mountains, woods, seas etc... The maps are numbered in two sequences; the old Ptolemaic maps first, 1-27, then the new maps, 1-37....The two portraits of Ptolomy engaged in astronomical observations are placed after the title-page ad before the dedication to Contarini" (Nordenskiöld, 220). Four double-page maps (Tabulae Africae IIII,Tabula Asia IV, V, VI) show parts of the Arabian Peninsula. Apart from some occasional browning a fine copy. Nordenskiöld 220.

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        De proportione proportionum disputatio.Rome: Giacomo Mazzochi, 1516.

      Extremely rare first edition of this influential and controversial work, an important step towards the arithmetization of the theory of proportion.<br/><br/> In the Eudoxian theory of proportion, treated in Book V of Euclid's <i>Elements</i>, proportion is a relation between magnitudes of the same kind, and is not identified with a numerical value. Thus, the ratio of the diagonal of a square to a side is a valid concept in the Euclidean theory of proportion, although it is not identified with a number as this number would (in modern terms) be irrational. The evolution from proportion to numerical ratio began with Umar al-Khayyam in the 12th century and was continued by Nicole Oresme in the 14th. The most decisive progress in the modern era was made by Clavius in his great commentary on Euclid (first published in 1574). Clavius there criticized and completed the Euclidean theory of proportion, and took the first steps toward its arithmetization. According to Rommevaux (p. 72), Clavius's critique was 'certainly inspired' by the present work of Ridolfi, which treats proportions as quantities, so that proportions are just the same as proportions of quantities. <br/><br/> Ridolfi's work was attacked by Jean Fernel in his <i>De proportionibus libri duo</i> (1528), who argued that treating proportions as quantities was inconsistent with Euclid, Book V, and that it fails to see when these proportions of proportions are irrational (although understanding this had been one of the major achievements of Oresme). History found in Ridolfi's favour, however, when the arithmetization of the theory of proportion was completed in the next century. <br/><br/> S. Rommevaux, Clavius: <i>Une Clé pour Euclide au XVI Siècle</i>, 2006. W. R. Laird & S. Roux (eds.), <i>Mechanics and Natural Philosophy before the Scientific Revolution</i>, 2008 (see pp. 103-105). Smith, <i>Rara Arithmetica, addenda</i>, p. 11; Riccardi I 387; STC Italian, Vol. 3, p. 35. OCLC lists copies at Brown, Columbia, Madison Wisconsin, Michigan and Tübingen; not in COPAC.. 4to, ll [28], several marginal woodcut diagrams. Nineteenth-century boards (spine a little worn), housed in a brown morocco-backed folding box

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        Gründtliche und rechte Underweysung der Chirurgiae oder Wundartzney. Nemlich, Von allerley Apostemen, Peulen und Geschwulsten; Jtem, von allen frischen Wunden, und alten offenen Schäden ... / Erstlich von den hochgelehrten, ... Johanne Tagaultio von Amiens, und Jacobo Hollerio von Stamps, Stattärtzt zu Pariß, in Lateinischer Sprach beschrieben. Nunmals aber ... verdeutscht, und allen liebhabern dieser Kunst zum besten in druck verfertigt, vormals in Teutscher Sprach nie gesehen noch außgangen / Durch Gregorium Zechendorffern, von der Leßnitz ...

      Klein-Folio. 20 n.n. Bl., 243 Bl., 15 n.n. Bl. Register, Errata und Druckermarke, 1 w. Bl. Mit 22 Textholzschnitten teils von Jost Amman und einer Holzschnittdruckermarke von Tobias Stimmer. Flexibler Pergamentband unter Verwendung einer Handschrift aus dem 15. Jahrhundert. VD16 T-67. - Lesky 647. - BMC German Books 848. - Waller 9446. - Nicht bei Adams und Durling. - Erste und einzige deutsche Ausgabe im 16. Jahrhundert. Erschien lateinisch erstmals 1543 in Paris. Jean Tagault studierte in Paris, wurde 1523 zum Chirurgen ernannt und war Dekan der medizinischen Fakultät von 1534-1537. "Er scheint sich weniger mit der praktischen Ausübung der Medizin und Chirurgie, als mit der Pflege der schönen Wissenschaften beschäftigt zu haben." (Gurlt). Seine vielfach aufgelegte Chirurgie wurde von seinen Zeitgenossen und Schülern, wie Ambroise Paré vielfach benutzt. Basiert auf Guy de Chauliac. Den Ausgaben wurde schon sehr früh die Schrift von Jacques Houllier "De materia chirurgica libri tres" beigefügt. Die Holzschnitte mit der Abbildung des Wundenmanns, der Entfernung eines Pfeils aus der Wunde, der Darstellung eines Krankenzimmers sowie verschiedenen Instrumenten. Die Titelvignette mit einer Amputationsszene. - Titelblatt am unteren Rand alt hinterlegt, ohne Textverlust. Die letzten 20 Blatt leicht wasserrandig. Der Manuskriptband an der unteren äusseren Kante angerissen. - Breitrandiges gut erhaltenes Exemplar des sehr seltenen Buches.

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        Alchimia, das ist, alle Farben, Wasser, Olea, Salia, unnd Alumina ... zubereyten ... auch von Soluiern unnd Scheydung aller Metall ... unnd zuletzt wie die gifftige Dämpff zuuerhüten, ein kurtzer bericht..

      Kl.-8°, 79 num. S., mit 18 Holzschnittillustr. im Text, Neuer Ldr.-Bd. im Stil der Zeit mit reicher Blindprägung , Einige Randfehlstellen angesetzt. Bl. 70/71 wurde auf altem Papier faksimiliert u. fachmännisch eingesetzt. Stellenweise etwas fingerfleckig, einige Blätter etwas wasserrändig. Marginalien von alter Hand. Kat. Rosenthal 475. Vgl. Ferguson I, 19 und Humpert, Kameralwissenschaften für andere Ausgaben). Die 6. Auflage (EA 1539 bei Cammerlander in Strassburg) der trotzdem sehr selten Publikation. (BM, German Books, 466 (unter Kaertzenmacher). - «The compiler has taken not only a number of the receipts but the title as well from the Rechter Gebrauch d'Alchimei, 1531. The second part deals with what was thought to be transmutation and with the separation of gold and silver, and appended is the treatise of Gilbertus Cardinal upon solution of metals, polishing of gems, and simila practical applications of chemistry».

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        Les Plees del Coron [and] An Exposition of the Kinges Prerogative

      1574. Staunford, Sir William [1509-1558]. Les Plees del Coron, Divisees in Plusors Titles & Comen Lieux. Per Queux Home Plus Redenen & Plenairement Trouvera Quelque Chose quil Quira, Touchant les Dits Plees. Dernierment Corrigee Avecques un Table Parfaicte des Choses Notables Contenues en Ycelle, Nouvelment Revue et Corigee. [London]: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1574. [xiv], 198 ff. Table of contents interleaved. [Bound with] Staunford, Sir William. An Exposition of the Kinges Prerogative Collected Out of the Great Abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert And Other Olde Writers of the Lawes of Englande. Whereunto is Annexed the Proces to the Same Prerogative Appertaining. [London: Imprynted...in Flete Strete Within Temple Barre...By Rychard Tottel, 1568]. [i], 85 ff. Quarto (7-1/4" x 5-1/4"). Contemporary calf with early rebacking, lettering piece to spine, early owner initials "S S" to center of boards, corners and hinges mended, title page of Plees mounted and re-hinged. Moderate rubbing with some wear to extremities, some worming to front board, front hinge partially cracked, armorial bookplate of William Curtis Noyes and residue from another bookplate to front pastedown. Title page of Plees printed within large woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials to both works. Toning to text, occasional faint dampstaining to margins, some wear to edges of preliminaries, light soiling to title pages. Brief annotations in early chancery hand to preliminaries and interleaves of Plees, underlining in a few other places. A nice copy with an appealing association. * Later editions. First published in 1557, Staunford's Plees is considered a "principal book" by Pollock and Maitland, one that enables us "to trace our modern laws of crimes, from the later middle ages onwards." Based on Bracton and the Year Books, Staunford's treatise is divided into three parts. The first treats offences, the second treats jurisdiction, appeals, indictments, and defenses. The third addresses trials and convictions. Plees was written after Staunford was appointed judge of the common pleas in 1554. Exposition of the Kinges Prer

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        et illustrissimis Holsatiæ ducibus, Ioanne & Adolpho fratribus, gesti, anno post Christum natum M.D.LIX, vera descriptio, duobus libris comprehensa.

      denuó nunc, de integro recognia, auctaq. Strassburg, Bernardum Iobinum, 1574. 8:o. 14,+ (2, blanka),+ 98, 90-209 s. Fuktrand över titelsidan och genomgående svag fuktrand i nedre inre hörn, sista tre bladen delvis lösa. Möjligen samtida skinnrygg med upphöjda bind, senare pappärmar. Med J. G. Sparwenfelds namnteckning på titelbladet, daterad Köpenhamn (16)82. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek. VD16 R216. Adams R143. Bibl. danica III, sp. 59. Zeeberg 168. Thesaurus 201 not. Carlander II, 176. Andra upplagan av Henrik Rantzaus viktiga redogörelse för det Ditmarskiska kriget 1559. Den första utkom i Basel 1570. Den finns även publicerad i 1575 och 1583 års utökade upplagor av Albert Krantz "Rerum Germanicarum historici". Förordet är undertecknat med Rantzaus pseudonym Christianus Cilicius Cimber. Henrik Rantzau (1526-98) var ståthållare över Slesvig-Holstein och bosatt på slottet Breitenburg. Hans skildring av kriget då fadern, Johan Rantzau, erövrade landskapet Ditmarsken, vilket kom att delas mellan Danmark och Holstein-Gottorp, är en viktig källa till kriget, och till hertigdömet Holsteins historia. Rantzau var mycket bildad och skrev även en historik över Fredrik II, "Res gestæ Friderici II" (1589). Hans berömda bibliotek på Breitenburg skingrades efter att Wallensteins trupper plundrat slottet 1627. Orientalisten och lärdomsgiganten Johan Gabriel Sparwenfeld (1655-1727) reste 1677 ut på sin första resa och passerade på hemresan Köpenhamn, där han mellan 2 mars och 6 april köpte åtskilliga böcker, bl.a. kung Valdemars jordebok och troligen denna (se Jacobowsky s. 46ff). Under alla sina följande resor kom han att införskaffa mängder av böcker och handskrifter. Han donerade sedan många av sina böcker till olika bibliotek, t.ex. sällsynta böcker och manuskript på arabiska, persiska etc. till Uppsala

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        Le deche di t. livio padovano dell'istorie romane, divise in due parti. tradotte in lingua toscana da m. nardi, cittadino fiorentino... in vinegia, appresso bartholomeo rubini, 1574.

      Due volumi di cm. 21, cc. (8) 829 + 1 cb. + (60) di tavola. Marchi tipografici ai frontespizi, capolettera e testate decorati. Stampato in elegante corsivo. Solida legatura d'inizio '800 in mezza pergamena, dorsi lisci con titoli in oro su doppi tasselli. Esemplare genuino e ben conservato con solo qualche lieve gora marginale. Non comune edizione che manca alle principali bibliografie consultate.

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        De linguae latinae usu et praestantia. libri tres... romae, apud iosephum de angelis, 1574.

      Cm. 20,5, pp. 205 (3). Alcuni fregi tipografici e ecapolettera. Legatura in cartoncino rigido marmorizzato ottocentesco. Ex libris tedesco inciso. Un leggero alone al margine inferiore delle ultime carte, rade arrossature, peraltro esemplare genuino e marginoso. Si tratta della rara prima edizione di quest'opera assai erudita dello scrittore genovese che veniva considerato uno dei maggiori conoscitori della lingua latina del suo tempo.

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        Purgantium Aliarumque eo Facientium.., WITH: Florum, et Coronarium Odoratumque..,

      2 WORKS BOUND IN 1, (PHOTOGRAPH AVAILABLE ON REQUEST) COMPRISING: Purgantium Aliarumque eo Facientium, tum et Radicum, Convolvulorum ac Deleteriarum Herbarum Historiae Libri IIII. First Edition, 8vo, 505, (1), (6, index)pp with 221 full-page woodcuts by G. van Kampen after P. van der Borcht, fine replica of a 16thC binding by Trevor Lloyd in antique style, full pigskin over thick oak bevelled boards, blindstamp rules, rolls and decorations in panels, deep raised bands, decorated brass clasps, with the very early ownership name of Gavin Rutherfoord on title and margin of first leaf of text, and his addition of English common names at the foot of most of the woodcuts in an attractive hand, the foot of the first three signatures with repairs to a small diminishing area in lower blank margin well away from printed text, upper margin cut a little close just shaving one or two title headlines, a very good fascinating copy, Antwerp, C. Plantin, 1574.*"Four groups of plants were described in four books and 120 chapters: plants with laxative properties, plants with medicinal roots, climbing plants and poisonous plants. The majority of the woodblocks used were cut by Gerard Janssen van Kampen probably according to drawings by Peeter van der Borcht." (Botany in the Low Countries no. 33). Hunt 116; Nissen BBI, 515.Bound with: DODONAEAUS (Rembertus) or: DODOENS (Rembert, 1517-1585) Florum, et Coronarium Odoratumque Nonnullarum Herbarum Historia, First Edition, 307[= 308],(11)p. woodcut printer's mark on title, 108 full page woodcuts by A. Nicolai and G. Janssen Van Kampen after P. Van Der Borcht, upper margin cut a little close touching one or two headlines, a very attractive copy, with English names added in an attractive early hand as above, Antwerp, C. Plantin, 1568.*The work describes many of the recently introduced plants and flowers from Asia Minor, bulbous plants in particular, that were transforming European gardens. Nissen, BBI 514; Hunt 101; Voet 1097; Stafleu no 1486. "Dodoens' 'Florum, et coronarium' was devoted to those flowers, ranging from herbaceous annuals and perennials to rare bulbous plants, that were traditionally used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to form garlands and wreaths, 'coronae'; in fact, a garden planted with such flowers was sometimes referred to in this period as a 'hortus coronarius'. Among the flowers he describes are the rose, violet, lily, marguerite, marigold, amaranth, iris, narcissus, anemone and carnation and sweet-smelling herbs such as thyme, marjoram, lavender and lavender cotton' (Lucia Tongiorgi Tomasi, An Oak Spring Flora, p. 156).Rembert Dodoens (1517-1585), Flemish physician and botanist. 'Plantin played a key role in the history of botanical illustration, as well as in the history of botany, for at his celebrated printing-house in Antwerp he set up a permanent artists' workshop, where the plates to illustrate his scientific texts could be prepared'. Durling 1174; Hunt 101; Johnston, The Cleveland herbal, botanical, and horticultural collections, 97; Meerbeeck 6; Nissen BBI, 514; Stafleu & Cowan TL2 1486; Voet 1097; Wellcome 1819.

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        Somma Pacifica, Composta gia Piu di Cent&#39;Anni dal R.P.F. Pacifico

      1574. Pacifico, da Cerano (Ceredano) [1420-1482]. Francesco, da Trevigi (Turchi, Francesco) [d. 1599]. Somma Pacifica, Composta gia Piu di Cent&#39;Anni dal R.P.F. Pacifico Novara, Osseruante di S. Francesco; Nuovamente con Sommo Studio, & Diligentia, Ridotta in Miglior Lingua, Riformata, & Illustrata, Con le Determinationi del Santissimo Concilio di Trento, d&#39;Intorno Alla Materia del Matrimonio, con le Figure de&#39; Parentadi, & d&#39;Altre Cose Necessarie, & Facili per Instruttione, & Commodita de&#39; Confessori, Per il R.P. Francesco da Trevigi Carmelitano; Con Due Copiosissime Tavole. Venice: Appresso Domenico, & Gio. Battista Guerra, Fratelli, 1574. [40], 420 [i.e. 416] pp. Tables. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, later repair to backstrip, hand-lettered title to spine and head of text block. Some wear to edges, moderate worming near foot of spine, vellum just beginning to break through front pastedown. Attractive woodcut initials. Early annotations and signatures to front free endpaper and title page, interior otherwise clean. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Better known as the "Summa Pacifica," this work addresses confession and penance. It pays particular attention to the proper method of hearing confessions and legal aspects of penance and confession. It was first printed at Milan in 1479. This edition is interesting because it reflects changes introduced by the Council of Trent (1545-1563). OCLC does not locate any copies of this edition in law libraries. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE36069.

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        La Civil Conversatione del Signor Stefano Guazzo Gentilhuomo di Casale di Monferrato; Divisa in quattro libri

      Vinegia: Apresso Enea de Alaris 1574 Vinegia: Apresso Enea de Alaris, 1574. One of two editions printed in the same year, priority unknown. 8vo. Printer's device on title-page. [32], 593 [i.e., 560] pp. (numerous mispaginations; last page misnumbered "593"). *8*8A-Mm8. Contemporary vellum with ms title on spine, covers and spine slightly soiled, small tear in lower joint and head a bit rubbed, minor worming mostly confined to endsheets front and rear; small repair to title leaf, text unafffected; occasional slight spotting to text, but mostly quite clean, very good, solid copy overall. OCLC: 54249802; Brunet II, col. 1781 (Brescia ed.); not in Adams . Guazzo's text, as translated by George Pettie (THE CIVILE CONVERSATION, 1581) had a considerable impact on Tudor and Jacobean England's concepts of the conduct and etiquette proper to a gentleman; its influence can be seen throughout the literature and drama of the day. Guazzo's book first appeared in 1574. There were two editions printed in that year (priority seemingly unknown): one in 4to, printed in Brescia by Vincenzo Sabbio for T. Bozzola, which "is probably the first" (OCLC); and the Venetia edition, printed by Enea de Alaris. Both editions are uncommon, but the Venetian edition, is by far the rarer - OCLC locates only two copies (Yale and Huntington) of it in America

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        STANZE AMOROSE, SOPRA GLI HORTI DELLE DONNE & IN LODE DELLA MENTA. LA CACCIA D?AMORE DEL BERNIA. Quarantadui Stanze in materia d?amore nuovamente ritrovate & con diligentia corrette & di vaghe historie adornate & date in luce.

      In-24 gr. (mm. 142x80), p. pelle bazana settecentesca, sottili filetti in oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro su tassello, tagli rossi, 46 cc.num., 2 cc.b., illustrato da 19 pregevoli vignette silografate (i medesimi 4 legni ripetuti); due frontespizi (ma numeraz. continua); carattere corsivo. Cfr. Agnelli / Ravegnani, p. 211: ?Edizione rarissima. Essa contiene, oltre alle "Stanze amorose", dodici stanze dell?Ariosto, già pubblicate in fine all?Herbolato (1545). Queste "Stanze amorose", che figurano anonime, non sono che il celebre e poco castigato poemetto del Tansillo "Il vendemmiatore", ridotto a 79 stanze. Anche "La caccia d?amore" è componimento alquanto libero, ma scritto con notevole arte. Le 19 graziose xilografie, di cui questa bella stampa si orna, a parere del Libri ?ont du servir à une édition du Décaméron de Boccace?? - Melzi,III, pp. 95 e 96 - Gamba,158: ?La Caccia di Amore del Bernia (Francesco Berni), sono 15 stanze che sotto l?allegoria della Caccia ascondono oscenità, e tuttavia dedicate ?Alle nobili e gentili Donne?? - Brunet,V,509: ?Volume rare.. Les figures, soit comme dessin, soit comme gravure, sont d?une exécution remarquable?. ""Il vendemmiatore" del poeta napoletano Tansillo (1510-1568), ispirato da una costumanza nolana, è animato da un carnascialesco gusto del 'carpe diem', non alieno da spunti scabrosamente audaci. Ebbe molto successo ma fu incluso dalla Chiesa nell'indice dei libri proibiti (nel 1559), nonostante il tentativo dell?autore di riscattarsi con l?operetta ?Le lacrime di San Pietro?? (così Diz. Autori Bompiani,III, p. 642). Pagg. con lieviss. arross., altrim. esempl. ben conservato. .

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        Opera ( 5 Volumes Bound in 4 )

      Venetiis: Vincentij Valgrifij, 1574.. Very Good. Large 8vo Large thick 8vo, books measure 9 x 7 inches. Collation, circa 4500 pages.Bound in modern half calf,calf corners, marble baords, raised bands, gilt title lettering.Some occasional light scuffing and marking. all volumes in very good clean firm condtion. Internally, no loose pages, very occasional Priory Library stamp, ( about 20 in all ) some occasional light staining or dust/dirt marking. Pages in good clean condition throughout. A very good early antiquarian work, in good solid bindings. 8918. A29.

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        Les Plees del Coron, diuisees in plusors titles & comon lieux. Per queux home plus redement & plenairement trouera quelque chose quil quira, touchaunt les dits Plees [etc.]. S.T.C. 23222; Beale T489

      The penultimate 16th century edition (of five) of the first treatise on English criminal law, culminating a century-long movement centered in the Inns of Court, a work which, in Dr. Baker's words, "may well have become an assize judge's vade mecum". Sevententh century unlettered sheep, rubbed, slightly bowed, three faint circular stamps, yet a very good crisp clean copy. Imprinted . . . within temple Barre . . . By Richard Tottel, London, 1574.

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        Les Plees del Coron, diuisee in plusors titles & common lieux [etc.] [bound with] An exposition of the Kinges Prerogatiue [etc.]

      Early editions of Staunford's two principal works, the first [here] the first printed work on English criminal law, bound with his treatise on what we may call the 'private' or feudal capacities of the King. Early calf, joints cracking, ex-Procurators' library; usable. In aedibus Richard Tottell, London, 1574 & 1577.

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        Asiae Nova Descriptio

      Antwerp :. 1574.. Maps. Very good overall. The Middle East to Nova Guinea, with part of the coast line of Australia ('Terrae Incognitae') at the extreme lower right. Based on Ortelius' own 1567 wall map of Asia, from the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Van den Broecke Ort #6 "Occurrence in Theatrum editions and page number: 1574L3 (175 copies printed) (large page number, 11 mm, last line, centered like 2 lines above it: nem in maiori Tabula ante tres annos edidimus". It has the capital "F" in La Farfana, and the town "Ara" is still present above Aden. A total of only 1,675 of this edition were printed, compared to the more common Ort 7 edition. Image size:19 3/4 x 14 3/4". With an ornate cartouche and sailing ships. Latin text on verso. Paper size: 21 x 16 1/2". Copper engraving with original hand color. A very small burn hole at the ocean south of Japan; a defect in the plate at the lower edge to the right of the cartouche creating a short black line.

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        Bvdei Epistolae graecae, per Ant. Pichonium Charteusem latinae factae.

      Paris, Apud Ioannem Bene natum, 1574. (8) + 206 p. Full calf. 23 X 17,5 cm. Spine damaged at top and bottom. Signature (Börje Knös). Clean interior

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