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2020-01-11 09:35:10
Abraham ORTELIUS (1528 - 1598)
1574. " Seconda versione della carta dell'Asia di Abraham Ortelius, inserita negli esemplari del ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"" di Ortelius a partire dal 1574. Deriva dalla mappa murale del continente dello stesso Ortelius, a sua volta basata sulle mappe di Giacomo Gastaldi (1559-1561). Esemplare tratto dall'edizione latina del 1603, edita da J. B. Vrients. Incisione in rame, finemente colorata a mano, fori di tarlo restaurati ai margini, per il resto in perfetto stato di conservazione. Bibliografia: Suarez, T., Early Mapping of South-East Asia, p. 164-170. Lutz, W., Japan: A Cartographic Vision: European Printed Maps from teh early 16th to the19th Century, 11C. Quirino, C., Philippine Cartography,1320-1899, p. 76. Clancy, R., The Mapping of Terra Australis, 1.12. Yeo, J., Mapping the Continent of Asia, #5. Van Der Krogt, Peter C. J., Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, AN: 8000:31A. Cortazzi, H., Isles of Gold: Antique Maps of Japan, pl. 19." " Second version of Ortelius' map of Asia, pinted from 1574 in the ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"". Example from the latin edition of 1603. A fine example with fine later hand colour, showing perfectly repaired worm holes in the margins, otherwise, very good condition. Covers from Europe and Africa eastward to include all of Asia, the East Indies, Japan, and parts of New Guinea and Australia. From west to east, this map offers numerous elements worthy of further study. The Caspian Sea, according to the convention of the time, is presented on an east-west rather than north-south axis. Arabia is projected in a distended form. Further east in wester … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 19:13:20
Johannes van DOETECUM (Attivo tra il 1554 - 1606)
"Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1574, priva di firma. Della serie ""I dodici mesi"" da un soggetto di Gerard van Groningen. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, edito ad Anversa da Gerard de Jode. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questa rara incisione è frutto della colaborazione del lavoro di Pieter Jalhea Furnius (1545 - 1626), che incide la scena centrale, e dei fratelli Joannes e Luca van Doetecum, che realizzano la bordura ornamentale. Opera molto rara." "Etching and engraving, circa 1574, with no signature. From the series ""The Twelve Months"" after Gerard van Groningen. Example in the first state of two, published in Antwerp by Gerard de Jode. Excellent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, with thin margins, in excellent condition. This rare work is the result of the colaboration of the work of Pieter Jalhea Furnius (1545 - 1626), which affects the central scene, and the brothers Luke and Joannes van Doetecum, which carry the ornamental border. Rare." The New Hollstein (Doetecum) p. 182, 734 I/II; The New Hollstein (van Groningen) 210 I/II.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 19:13:20
Johannes van DOETECUM (Attivo tra il 1554 - 1606)
"Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1574, priva di firma. Della serie ""I dodici mesi"" da un soggetto di Gerard van Groningen. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, edito ad Anversa da Gerard de Jode. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con sottili margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Questa rara incisione è frutto della colaborazione del lavoro di Pieter Jalhea Furnius (1545 - 1626), che incide la scena centrale, e dei fratelli Joannes e Luca van Doetecum, che realizzano la bordura ornamentale. Opera molto rara." "Etching and engraving, circa 1574, with no signature. From the series ""The Twelve Months"" after Gerard van Groningen. Example in the first state of two, published in Antwerp by Gerard de Jode. Excellent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, with thin margins, in excellent condition. This rare work is the result of the colaboration of the work of Pieter Jalhea Furnius (1545 - 1626), which affects the central scene, and the brothers Luke and Joannes van Doetecum, which carry the ornamental border. Rare." The New Hollstein (Doetecum) p. 182, 735 I/II; The New Hollstein (van Groningen) 211 I/II.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-10 19:09:49
Paolo FORLANI (Attivo a Venezia seconda metà del XVI secolo)
1574. "Carta corografica del territorio veronese, e di gran parte del Trentino meridionale, incisa da Paolo Forlani. Esemplare nel settimo stato di otto, stampato da Stefano Mozzi Scolari [imprint in basso a destra: Stefano Scolari F. in Venetia a s. Zulian]. Sebbene la data resti MDCXII (1612) è relativa alla precedente edizione di Francesco Valegio; la tiratura Scolari è databile al periodo 1640-70. Ottima prova, impressa du carta vergata coeva, con margini originali in alto e in basso, aggiunti (in epoca) ai lati, in ottimo stato di conservazione. FINEMENTE COLORATA IN EPOCA. La carta deriva da un modello di Bernardino Brugnoli o Brugnolo, architetto e perito dei Beni Inculti per la provincia di Verona, autore di una serie di scrupolosi rilievi del territorio. Secondo altre fonti, la carta deriva direttamente da un disegno del pittore bresciano Sebastiano di Aragona, datato 1571. La storia editoriale della carta è piuttosto complessa. Una prima stesura (1574) reca il solo nome del Forlani, ma venne ristampata subito da Simone Pinargenti, forse addirittura nello stesso anno (1574). Sono note anche ristampe di Andrea Bertelli, Francesco Valegio (addirittura 3 diverse edizioni) e Stefano Scolari. Un esemplare datato 1700 è stato di recente venduto all'asta Reiss & Sohn. La mappa, di estrema rarità, fu subito utilizzata quale fonte per la carta inserita nel ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"" di Abraham Ortelius. Nel cartiglio piccolo, in alto al centro, si legge: A Benigni Lettori. La circo[n]fere[n]za di tutto il Veronese è di miglia 179. La maggior lunghezza e dalla Baruchella à … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2020-01-09 16:21:27
Abraham Ortelius
Diest, 1574. Am 20. Mai 1570 war laut Kolophon der Druck des Welttheaters Theatrum Orbis Terrarum mit zunächst 69 Karten auf 53 Kartenblättern fertig gestellt (Edito princeps). Er gilt als der erste moderne Weltatlas der Neuzeit. Für seine Meisterleistung wurde Abraham Ortelius daraufhin am 20.Mai 1573 von König Philipp II zum Geographus Regius ernannt. Ein Jahr vor erscheinen des hier vorliegenden erweiterten Atlas mit nun 70 Karten. Abraham Ortels stammt aus einer schwäbischen Familie, der Großvater war Wilhelm Ortels aus Augsburg. Ihn zog es nach Antwerpen, wo er sich ab 1460 als Apotheker niederließ und 1512/13 verstarb.Augsburg ist übrigens die einzig erwähnte Stadt auf deutschem Gebiet (Heiligen Römischen Reiches) auf der Weltkarte Typus Orbit Terrarum. Abraham Ortels, später trug er die latinisierte Form Ortelius wurde nach eigenen Angaben am 16. März 1527 (Zeit der Umstellung Julianischer Gregorianischer Kalender, deshalb auch oft 4. April) in Antwerpen geboren und starb ebenda am 28. Juni 1598. Er studierte klassische Sprachen und Mathematik und war zunächst als Buch-, und Kartenhändler tätig. Deshalb reiste er viel und lernte auf der Frankfurter Buchmesse u.a. auch Gerhard Mercator (Kremer) kennen, woraus eine gute Zusammenarbeit und Freundschaft wurde. Ausserdem war er gut mit Pieter Brueghel d. Ä. befreundet mit dem er auch eine längere Italienreise unternahm. Frans Hogenberg (Civitates Orbis Terrarum) stach seine Karten in Köln. Ortelius vermutete als erster dass die Kontinente aufgrund der Umrisse früher einmal zusammenhängend waren und durch Erdbeben und F … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Vlma [Germany]
2020-01-09 07:24:20
Plutarque
1574. Plutarque, Jacques Amyot (trad), Les vies des hommes illustres grecs et romains, comparées l'une avec l'autre par Plutarque de Chaeronée, translatées de grec en françois par Messire Jaques Amyot lors Abbé de Bellozane, à present Eveque d'Auxerre, Conseiller du Roy, et grand aumosnier de France, et depuis en ceste edition reveuës et corrigées en infinis passages par le mesme translateur, à l'aide de plusieurs exemplaires vieux, escrits à la main, et aussi du jugement de quelques personnages excellens en sçavoir. Ausquelles sont adjoustées de nouveau les vies de Annibal et de Scipion l'Africain traduites de latin en françois par Charles de l'Escluse. En ceste seule edition sont mises toutes leurs medailles diligemment recherchées par tous les plus excellens cabinets du Royaume de France et ailleurs. Lausanne : François Le Preux, 1574 Édition suisse de la traduction française par Jacques Amyot, sortie des presses de François le Preux, imprimeur des seigneurs de Berne. Fort Infolio de [16], 1336, [44] pages Nombreux portraits gravés, bandeaux, lettrines. Reliure jésuite. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie le Cabanon [Paris, France]
2020-01-05 20:28:40
Estella Diego
per Sebastiano Martellini, In Macerata, 1574. Opera di divisa in 3 parti con 2 frontespizi incorniciati da bordura xilografica con vignetta della Madonna di Loreto (su 3, mancando di un frontespizio) autonomi rilegati in 1 volume in-8 (150x85 mm.), pp. 146, (2); pp. 147, (5); pp. 147, (3). Ex libris araldico di privato possessore applicato al contropiatto. Raffinata legatura rinascimentale, presumibilmente romana, in vitello marrone, con piatti sontuosamente ornati da sinuose cornici e disegni geometrici a fondo oro, insegna gesuitica incisa in oro al centro delle campiture, dorso a 3 nervi con decorazioni ai piccoli ferri in oro (restauri professionali alle cuffie). L'autore, Diego di Estella (Estella 1524 - Salamanca 1578), al secolo D. Ballesteros, fu predicatore francescano di sacra eloquenza e autore di opere di ascetica cristiana che godettero, al suo tempo, di vasta eco. Questa nostra edizione, molto rara, è la prima italiana, contemporanea all'edizione originale fatta in lingua spagnola. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: AU SOLEIL D'OR Studio Bibliografico [ACQUI TERME, AL, Italy]
2020-01-04 02:04:57
Philo
Italy: Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari, 1574. A very rare and scarce edition book. Read full details below. Details: -The Book measures 8" inches in height by 6" inches in width and contains 241 pages of content and 10 beautifully illustrated woodcuts that fill up the majority of the pages. See page 8 to get an indication of the woodcut size. -Philo of Alexandria was a Hellenistic Jewish philosopher who represented the Alexandrian Jews during the delegation to the Roman Emperor Gaius following conflicts between Jews and Greeks. He was an advocate for Jewish nationalism and representation in Ancient Greece. In this book he explains the origin of the world all the way up to 1569 and all the conflicts in between. -The book is published by Gabriele Giolito de' Ferrari and translated by M. Agostino Ferentilli. Gabriele Giolito was one of the first prominant publishers in the vernacular Italian language. His famous printer's mark was the Phoenix rising from the flames and motto "Semper Eadem" which is Latin for "Always the Same" -Errors and things to note: The book features minor foxing on many of the pages. The parchment binding is in great condition and holds all the pages nicely. All the pages are complete and crisp with no rips or tears. There is light writing in pencil on the first 2 opening pages which can be erased Ships from Nashville, TN.
Bookseller: socialblossum-1 [Nashville, Tennessee, US]
2020-01-01 22:40:47
Jean Froissart
Jehan Ruelle, Paris. A (likely) restored 1574 French edition of Froissart's Chronicles; an edition edited by Denis Sauvage, who attempted to amend previous editions from less true-to-the-original manuscripts. There's a fascinating 16th century mystery here that I've not fully fleshed out. I've found four Paris printers (L'Huillier, Sonnius, Mallot & Ruelle) who all issued this same book in 1574, with only printer and their device changing on the title pages. I believe this copy was restored. There are very well-done repairs to volume one's title page. It seems washed, because it is clean and a few of the pages seem a little light (in regards to ink). Also, there is an infill where the correct text is used, and (in volume three) two pages of the same text (I think the repairer wanted to put the next page, but made a mistake), leading me to believe a second copy was used to "tune-up" this copy. About the Work - Froissart's Chronicles are a prose history of the Hundred Years' War written in the 14th century. The Chronicles open with the events leading up to the deposition of Edward II in 1326, and cover the period up to 1400, recounting events in western Europe, mainly in England, France, Scotland, the Low Countries and the Iberian Peninsula, although at times also mentioning other countries and regions such as Italy, Germany, Ireland, the Balkans, Cyprus, Turkey and North Africa. For centuries the Chronicles have been recognized as the chief expression of the chivalric culture of 14th-century England and France. Froissart's work is perceived as being of vital importance to in … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Rare Tome [Newberg, OR, U.S.A.]
2019-12-30 10:51:13
Ohne Autorenangabe:
Frankfurt am Mayn, 1574. 1006 Seiten 3 Bünde, alte private Lederbindung unter Verwendung des geprägten original Pergamenteinbandes, Buchrücken etwas angeplatzt, erste Seite mit zwei winzigen Löchern, sonst guter Zustand Sprache: Deutsch Gewicht in Gramm: 1100 [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Wien, WIEN, Austria]
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2019-12-26 19:43:03
Rufcelli, Hieronime
PARIS, 1574 Binding: LEATHER BOUND BROWN Size: 4X6 447 Pages Overall Condition is: FAIR epistres des princes lesqvelles, ov sont addressees avx princes, ov traitent les affaires des princes, ou parlent des princes (The priests of the princes, who are addressed to the princes, ov the affairs of the princes, or speak of the princes). Worn Leatherbound Cover. Pages are clean with no aged toning and have foxing and markings. Written completely in French. Overall in poor condition.
Bookseller: Princeton Antiques Bookshop (princetn) [Atlantic City, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-23 23:02:42
Simler Josias
excudebat Ch. Froschouerus, Tiguri, 1574. Legatura coeva in pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Ex libris di collezione privata al verso del frontespizio. Esemplare in eccellente stato di conservazione. Edizione originale, estremamente rara. L Autore (1530-1576) naturalista svizzero appassionato di montagna, descrisse con sorprendente dovizia di particolari il territorio del cantone svizzero del Vallese e, nel De alpibus commentarius , l intero arco alpino. Testo di riferimento in materia fino a tutto il XVII Secolo, l opera è considerata la prima dedicata interamente alla montagna. Simler offre altresì avvertimenti pratici sulle precauzioni da usare nell arrampicata descrivendo per primo l uso dei ramponi. Adams, S-1179. 8vo (cm. 16), 8 cc.nn., 151 cc., 1 c.nn. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-12-22 20:48:15
1574. Autore:Aristotele:0:1,Titolo:Tertium Volumen Aristoteli stagiratae:1:1 Libri Moralem totam Philosophiam, complectentes cum averrois cordubensis in moralia nicomachia expotitione. Et in platonis Libros de Republica paraphrasit. Quorum indicem versa pagina esplanat. Venetiis. Apud Iuntas 1574, 16°, pp. 32nn.+372 (740 numerazione su una sola pagina. Molte pagine su due colonne. Qulche annotazione coeva a penna sul margine bianco di alcune pagine oltre a quelle editoriali. Segno di tarlo estinto al margine interno della parte interna del dorso alle prime 50 pagine senza perdita di testo e piccola mancanza marginale a qualche pagina che non ledono il testo. Bruniture dovute al tempo. Leg. piena pergamena coeva muta con bruniture e semistaccata la copertina anteriore dal testo. Interno buono. Raro.
Bookseller: Libreria Langella Pasquale [Italy]
2019-12-22 17:34:09
Ohne Autorenangabe
Frankfurt am Mayn, 1574. Condition: Gut. Artikeldetails Das Eilffte Buch der Hystorien vom Amadis auß Franckreich in welchen ferner beschrieben wirdt die Ritterlichen mannlichen thaten und frembden gefehrliche Abenthewren. beide sein und der Fürsten seints geblutes in deme denn auch fürnemlichdie hohen trefflichen geschichte heren Rogels dutz Grena dergleichen Herrn Agestilans auf Colchos in langwiriger nachstellunge Diane der aller schönsten Prinzessin der welt herfür scheinende begriffen werden.Ohne Autorenangabe: Deutsche Erstauflage, EA Frankfurt am Mayn, 1574. 1006 Seiten 8°, Leder Sprache: Deutsch Bestell-Nr: 426378 Bemerkungen: 3 Bünde, alte private Lederbindung unter Verwendung des geprägten original Pergamenteinbandes, Buchrücken etwas angeplatzt, erste Seite mit zwei winzigen Löchern, sonst guter Zustand Schlagworte: Ritter züchtiger Lieb, Ritterlichen Thaten vnnd Tugenden FürstenEUR 1.655,00 (inkl. 7,00% MwSt.) Versandkostenfrei innerhalb Deutschlands Überweisung auf eines unserer Konten in Österreich oder Deutschland möglich. Aufgenommen mit whBOOK Sicheres Bestellen - Order-Control geprüft! Artikel eingestellt mit dem w+h GmbH eBay-Service Daten und Bilder powered by Buchfreund (2019-12-18).
Bookseller: bassethoundlila [Wien, AT]
2019-12-22 17:34:08
Ohne Autorenangabe:
Frankfurt am Mayn, 1574. Deutsche Erstauflage, EA 1006 Seiten 8°, Leder 3 Bünde, alte private Lederbindung unter Verwendung des geprägten original Pergamenteinbandes, Buchrücken etwas angeplatzt, erste Seite mit zwei winzigen Löchern, sonst guter Zustand Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Ritter züchtiger Lieb, Ritterlichen Thaten vnnd Tugenden Fürsten
Bookseller: Antiquariat Buchseite [Austria]
2019-12-20 20:49:06
BRAUN GEORG - HOGENBERG FRANZ
1574. Incisione in rame, mm 366x502, dipinta a mano. Bell'esemplare di questa bella e celeberrima veduta a volo d'uccello della città virgiliana. Tratta da "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", pietra miliare del vedutismo, stampata dal 1572 al 1617 in 6 volumi pubblicati in anni differenti in varie lingue, compilata e scritta da Georg Braun, mentre Frans Hogenberg fu autore delle incisioni insieme a Simon Novellanus, generalmente da soggetti di Georg Hoefnagel. Ottimo esemplare.Copper engraving, mm 366x502, colored. Good example from "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", a milestone in topographical books, printed from 1572 until 1615 costantly increasing up to 6 volumes.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Perini s.a.s. [Italy]
2019-12-17 07:20:06
DOUSA, Georgius (Joris van der DOES).
Blackmer 496; Göllner, Turcica 2398; Lane, The Arabic type specimen of Franciscus Raphelengius's Plantinian Printing Office, p. xxvi; De Nave, Philologia Arabica 23; Philologia Orientalis 264. First edition of Georgius Dousa's (1574-1599) own account of his visit to Constantinople (Istanbul) in 1597 and 1598, the main text in the form of a letter he wrote soon after to his father Janus Dousa, rector of Leiden University, supplemented with a few earlier letters (for example, from Meletius Pegas (1549-1601), then Eastern Orthodox patriarch of Constantinople) and Dousa's renditions of 25 Greek and Latin inscriptions that he saw there. He frequently gives the Turkish names of things or people he saw, or quotes what Turkish speakers said to him, rendering the Turkish in both Arabic type and transcribed with the Latin alphabet.The Italian presses concentrated on missionary printing and other publications spreading the Roman Catholic faith, but the Leiden Arabists, though devote Protestant Christians, appreciated Arabic scholarship and wished to learn from it. The elder Franciscus Raphelengius, who married one of Christoffel Plantin's daughters and took charge of his Leiden printing office when Plantin returned to Antwerp in 1585, became one of the leading European Arabic scholars of his day. His naskh Arabic type became the staple of early scholarly printing in Arabic and the only Arabic type cut outside Italy to see extensive use before Erpenius introduced new types influenced by it twenty years later. The present book is the fourth publication to use Raphelengius's Arabic type … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-14 18:51:09
Hans BOL (Mecheln 1534 - Amsterdam 1593)
Acquaforte e bulino, 1574 circa. Della serie La storia di Abramo. Bellissima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva ed applicata su antico supporto di collezione, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Le incisioni derivano da analoghi disegni del Bol, due dei quali conservati a Vienna, firmati e datati 1574. Opera molto rara. Bibliografia: Hollstein 5. Dimensioni 148x148. Etching and engraving, 1547 circa. From the series History of Abraham. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper and laid on collector’s paper, trimmed to platemark, in excellent condition. These engravings of the series derive from the drawings of Bol, two of which have been signed and dated 1574. A very rare work. Hollstein 5. Dimensioni 148x148.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-13 08:29:16
VISSCHER, Claes Jansz.
Atlas van Stolk 1574; Hollstein XXXVIII, p. 31, no. 46 state III (6 copies); Knuttel 3457; Muller, Historieplaten 1494b. Third state of a rare print of the execution of the conspirators in the failed attempt to assassinate the Dutch stadholder Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange, in 1623, skilfully engraved by the publisher and engraver Claes Jansz. Visscher. The plate is divided into nine panels, the main one showing a view of the beheading at the square in front of Het Binnenhof in The Hague, watched by a large crowd. The other panels show portraits of Reinier van Oldenbarnevelt, David Koornwinder, Adriaen Adriaensz. van Dijck and Cornelis Gerrits and five smaller scenes of the dismembering of the bodies.A heated theological and political conflict had raged in the Low Countries between the Arminians (from 1610 also called Remonstrants) and Gomarists for more than a decade when it came to a head with the Synod of Dort (1618/19), which decided in favour of the Gomarists. The Synod led to the 1619 execution of the Republic's greatest statesman Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, who had supported the Arminian cause. In revenge his sons Reinier and Willem conspired to assassinate the (Gomarist) Dutch stadholder Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Other prominent members of Dutch society who had political, religious or personal grudges against the Prince lent their support. The plot was betrayed in February 1623, and the conspirators arrested and executed from March to May.The print was also issued as a broadsheet with a letterpress description below, here added in manuscript in an 18t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-12 15:50:12
PLEMP, Cornelis Gijsbertsz.
Ad 1: Landwehr, Emblem books Low Countries 501; Praz, pp. 124, 458-459; ad 2: STCN (6 copies). Ad 1: Very rare first edition of the poetry and emblems of the Dutch lawyer, poet and musician Cornelis Gijs­bertsz. Plemp (1574-1638). The work is divided into three parts with individual title-pages, starting with the poem Amsterodamum monogrammon on the rise and history of the city of Amsterdam. The second part contains 20 elegies followed by some other poems, which include poems for the weddings of P.C. Hooft, Johannes Fontanus, and Henricus Bontius. The third part contains his emblems, which are the most famous of his works. The 51 woodcuts, which are sometimes ascribed to Christoffel van Sichem, are accompanied by poems of varying lenght.Ad 2: First edition of Plemp's poem Musius on the life of the Dutch Catholic priest and poet Cornelis Musius (1500-1572). He dedicated the work to Nicolaus Zoesius, bishop of 's-Hertogenbosch. With bookplate, library stamp and some owner's inscriptions. Slightly browned, minor foxing, some occasional spots, and pages 5-6 of ad 2 damaged but repaired, with some lost of text. Binding rubbed along the extremities and spine heavily damaged. Otherwise a good copy.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-12-12 07:58:32
Paolo FORLANI (Attivo a Venezia seconda metà del XVI secolo)
1574. "Carta corografica del territorio veronese, e di gran parte del Trentino meridionale, incisa da Paolo Forlani. Esemplare nel settimo stato di otto, stampato da Stefano Mozzi Scolari [imprint in basso a destra: Stefano Scolari F. in Venetia a s. Zulian]. Sebbene la data resti MDCXII (1612) è relativa alla precedente edizione di Francesco Valegio; la tiratura Scolari è databile al periodo 1640-70. Ottima prova, impressa du carta vergata coeva, con margini originali in alto e in basso, aggiunti (in epoca) ai lati, in ottimo stato di conservazione. FINEMENTE COLORATA IN EPOCA. La carta deriva da un modello di Bernardino Brugnoli o Brugnolo, architetto e perito dei Beni Inculti per la provincia di Verona, autore di una serie di scrupolosi rilievi del territorio. Secondo altre fonti, la carta deriva direttamente da un disegno del pittore bresciano Sebastiano di Aragona, datato 1571. La storia editoriale della carta è piuttosto complessa. Una prima stesura (1574) reca il solo nome del Forlani, ma venne ristampata subito da Simone Pinargenti, forse addirittura nello stesso anno (1574). Sono note anche ristampe di Andrea Bertelli, Francesco Valegio (addirittura 3 diverse edizioni) e Stefano Scolari. Un esemplare datato 1700 è stato di recente venduto all’asta Reiss & Sohn. La mappa, di estrema rarità , fu subito utilizzata quale fonte per la carta inserita nel ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"" di Abraham Ortelius. Nel cartiglio piccolo, in alto al centro, si legge: A Benigni Lettori. La circo[n]fere[n]za di tutto il Veronese è di miglia 179. La maggior lunghezza e dalla Baruc … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquarius [Italy]
2019-12-11 17:40:08
CLAVIUS
Rome: 1574. CLAVIUS Christophorus & EUCLIDE - Euclidis elementorum libri XV CLAVIUS Christophorus & EUCLIDE Euclidis elementorum libri XV Apud Vicentium Accoltum, Rome 1574, in-8 (11,5x18,5cm), (40f.) 331ff., relié. Edition originale, rare, incomplète du second volume (Livre X à XV). Très nombreux diagrammes in texte. Page de titre dans un portique Renaissance.Reliure en plein velin d'époque. Dos à nerfs. Titre à la plume rouge et noire. Nombreux trous de vers sur le dos. Une déchirure le long des 2 premiers caissons. Coiffe de tête en partie arrachée. Manque la première page de garde avant le titre, et la dernière également. Large trace de mouillure jaunâtre sur 8 feuillets préliminaires, idem du feuillet 104 à 112, idem du feuillet 172 à 193, idem du feuillet 287 à la fin.Traduction latine des 15 livres d'Euclide, auxquels l'auteur apporte d'importantes contributions, par exemple l'usage du tiers exclu. L'ouvrage deviendra très rapidement un outil de base pour les mathématiciens, notamment pour Descartes et Leibniz. Grâce à cet ouvrage, il fut surnommé l'Euclide du XVIe siècle. Christophorus Clavius, Jésuite originaire de Bamberg, est un mathématicien très important de la fin de la Renaissance et du début du XVIIe. S'il n'a pas bouleversé les mathématiques par ses découvertes, son enseignement et sa consolidation de l'édifice euclidien seront déterminantes pour son époque. Son Algebra sera ainsi la première à utiliser les symboles - et + en Italie, et le point décimal. En logique, la loi de Clavius (consequentia mirabilis) est un raisonnement qui établit la vérité d'une p … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-12-08 22:55:16
Bero, Agostino; Marzari, Francesco
1574. Two Scarce Sixteenth-Century Italian Works on Roman and Canon Law Bero, Agostino [1474-1554]. Thomasius, Joannes, Editor. Quaestiones Familiares: Pragmaticis Percommodae. Venice: Apud Io. Antonium Bertanum, 1574. [lxxii], 445, [3] pp. [Bound with] Marzari, Francesco. In Materiam Fideicomissariam Epitome Francisci Marzarii Vicentini Iurisconsulti ac in Rot. Genuens. Bononiens. Florentina Quondam Auditoris Integerrimi. Venice: Apud Vincentium Vianum, 1574. [viii], 67, [1] pp. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Some soiling, a few minor stains, light rubbing to extremities, vellum beginning to crack through front and rear pastedowns, hinges cracked, text block secure. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining to margins of a few leaves, internally clean. Nice copies of two scarce titles. ,250. * Bero, Later edition; Marzari, first edition. Quaestiones Familiares was first published in Bologna with title Familiares Quaestiones. Its 136 quaestiones deal mostly with Roman or canon law. Whatever the topic, most of Bero's authorities come from canon law. A durable work, it went through five editions, the last in 1629. As indicated by its title, Marzari's treatise addresses the Roman law of fideicommissum, the request by a testator to any person who benefited by his will or intestacy to give certain objects to a third party. Both titles are scarce, especially Marzari's. OCLC locates 3 copies in North America, all of the 1574 edition (UT-Austin Ransom Library, Harvard and UC-Berkeley Law Schools). Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Ita … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: lawbook exchange (intrepidbooks) [Clark, New Jersey, US]
2019-12-06 07:51:04
IOAN PHILIPPO
Venice: Ioan Gryphius Excudebat, 1574. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Galeni Ars medica, J. P. Ingrassia interprete ac veluti novo plusquam commentatore GALENI. ARS MEDICA IOAN PHILIPPO INGRESSIA SICVLO INTERPRETE AC VELVTINOVO PLVSQVAMCOMMENTATORE. 1574 Venetiis. Ioan Gryphius Excudebat.
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2019-11-30 18:34:04
Toscanella, Orazio
Venitia: appresso Pietro de I Franceschi, & Nepoti, 1574. 4to. [12], 327 [i.e. 330], [58] pp. Illustrated with title-page vignettes on both title leaves and 46 three-part woodcuts, one at the opening of each Canto. Contemporary vellum, leather spine label, marbled edges; small tear to margin of p. [12] of the preliminaries and some minor marginal staining to last leaves, otherwise a very good copy in original condition. First edition. Toscanella's Bellezze is a window into academic research methods of 16th century Venice. His study of Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, arguably the greatest epic poem of the era, illustrates his methods of both analysis and interpretation, thus providing tools for both writers and orators in their quest for rhetorical excellence. While other commentators of the period focus on explanation of the text, Toscanella goes deeper and adds value by focusing on the rhetorical devices used by Ariosto to create the tensions and atmosphere of the story line.The work is divided into 46 parts, each on a canto written by Ariosto, with Toscanella's analysis and commentary. Each canto is illustrated with a woodcut illustration, (2 ¼ x 1/ ¾ inches) set within a woodcut framework including the original text of the poem. The woodcuts are not original to this text. The final section of the work I Luochi Communi di Tutta l'Opera de Furioso, with its own title-page, is an index of all the characters and events in the poem with the stanza and canto for each cited with page references."Orazio Toscanella's Bellezze del Furioso, published in 1574, is … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2019-11-26 11:08:06
1574. Libri Moralem totam Philosophiam, complectentes cum averrois cordubensis in moralia nicomachia expotitione. Et in platonis Libros de Republica paraphrasit. Quorum indicem versa pagina esplanat. Venetiis. Apud Iuntas 1574, 16°, pp. 32nn.+372 (740 numerazione su una sola pagina. Molte pagine su due colonne. Qulche annotazione coeva a penna sul margine bianco di alcune pagine oltre a quelle editoriali. Segno di tarlo estinto al margine interno della parte interna del dorso alle prime 50 pagine senza perdita di testo e piccola mancanza marginale a qualche pagina che non ledono il testo. Bruniture dovute al tempo. Leg. piena pergamena coeva muta con bruniture e semistaccata la copertina anteriore dal testo. Interno buono. Raro. [Attributes: Hard Cover; In Dust Jacket]
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2019-11-22 15:58:29
MARCELLO, Pietro.
Francofurti ad Moenum, apud Paulum Reffeler, impensis Sigismundi Feyerabent, 1574 e Basileae, apud Frobenium e Episcopium, 1547 (per il Contarini). 2 opere in un vol. in-8, bella leg d'inizio XIX sec. in p. vitello biondo, dorso a nervi con tit. oro, tagli dor. (cerniere deboli). - I) MARCELLO: ff. (7, mancando l'ult. bianco), 219 (per errore num. 218), (1). Piccola impresa tipogr. sul tit., fregi ed iniz. silogr., testo in car. corsivo. Con due prefazioni-dediche: di H. Kellner a Lodovico Conte di Leonstein e di A. Arrivabene a V. Grimani. Magnificamente illustrato da 103 figure silogr. di Jost Amman (83 ritratti di Dogi col proprio stemma e 20 monumenti sepolcrali). Rara edizione di questa raccolta di notizie sulla vita, i costumi e le imprese dei Dogi di Venezia tratte da opere di P. Marcello, S. Girello ed H. Kellner, curata da quest'ultimo. - II) CONTARINI: pp. 206, (2). Impresa tipogr. sul tit. ed in fine, spazi bianchi con lettera-guida, car. romano, dedica di Sigismondo Gelenio a Wiglio Zuichemo. - Interessante assieme di due opere concernenti la storia della Repubblica di Venezia; particolarmente pregevole la prima che è un bellissmo e raro figurato d'insigne artista. Esempl. molto bello, proveniente dalla biblioteca W. Beckford ed ex-libris di Henry J.B. Clements.. I) BMC, German, 593. Adams M-532. Cicogna n. 2252. Fairfax Murray, German, 284. - II) Manca al BMC, German. Adams C-2567..
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Italy]
2019-11-13 22:52:18
1574. Trixum Coler, Jakob. Historia disputationis seu potius colloquii, inter Iacobum Colerum et Mathiam Flacium Illyricum, de peccato originis, habitae in arce Langenaw Silesiorum 12. Maij Anno 1574. Paulo ante obitum Illyrici. Berlin, Nicolai Voltz, 1585. 4°, circa 19,4 x 16,3 cm. 60 Blatt Moderner Pappband. - Index Aurel. 142.680; VD 16, C 4512; Schottenloher I, 6337; ADB IV, 401f. Seltene erste Ausgabe des Berliner Originaldruckes von 1585, der schon im 18. Jahrhundert als kaum auffindbar galt und 1726 nachgedruckt wurde (vgl. ADB). - Abgedruckt ist ein Protokoll des Disputes zwischen den beiden Lutheraner Theologen Jakob Coler (1537-1612) und Matthias Flacius Illyricus (1520-1575) über den Ursprung der Erbsünde, gehalten am 4. und 12. Mai 1574 auf dem Schloss zu Langenau bei Hirschberg in Schlesien. Mit zahlreichen Beiträgen, u. a. von Matthias Flacius Illyricus d. Ä., Wilh. Axt, Joh. Heune d. Ä., L. Kreide, M. Krimitius, G. Bezold, G. Satorius, M. Schneider, M. Thabor d. Ä. und B. Tilisch. - Gut erhalten, nur gering gebräunt, wenige alte Unterstreichungen, nur einige Seiten mit leichten Wasserrändern. Sonst schön und auf gutem Papier. Bilder Kostenlose XXL Bilder bei TRIXUM.DE Diese Auktion wurde mit trixum.de erstellt.
Bookseller: embasi [München, DE]
2019-11-04 13:57:04
LA PLACE Pierre de
A Paris, pour Robert Le Mangnier, 1574. In-8 de [6]-114 pages, basane brune, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du XVIIe). (Une charnière fendue, surcharges à l?encre sur quelques pages.) ??Deuxième édition parue posthume, et la première sous ce titre de cet ouvrage attribué à l'historien protestant Pierre de La Place assassiné au lendemain de la Saint-Barthélemy. C'est la reprise de son Traité De la vocation et manière de vivre à laquelle chacun est appelé, publié en 1561. Exemplaire réglé. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Hogier [Paris, France]
2019-10-26 07:58:26
BRESLAY (Pierre).
61142 BRESLAY (Pierre). L'Anthologie ou Recueil de plusieurs Discours Notables, 1574 BRESLAY (Pierre). L'Anthologie ou Recueil de plusieurs Discours Notables, tirez de divers bons autheurs Grecs et Latins. A Paris, chez Jean Poupy, 1574.RELIÉ AVEC (en tête): 2). LA BARRE (A. de). Les Leçons Publiques, prises sur les Questions Curieuses et Problématiques des plus beaux esprits de ce temps. Imprimé à Leyde, par les Hoirs de Jean Nicolas van Dorp, pour Jean du Pré, 1644. 2 ouvrages en 1 volume petit in-8. 1). 8ff. 100ff.ch. (i.e. 96). 15ff. (1f.blanc). 2). 8ff. 188pp. (i.e. 190). 1f. Plein veau brun, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 17e siècle, quelques traces d'usure). 1). Edition Originale très rare de cet ouvrage curieux qui consacre la première utilisation du mot 'anthologie' en français. L'auteur y examine diverses questions curieuses d'après les opinions des philosophes et littérateurs de l'Antiquité: "Des Mécènes", "Contre les astrologues judicielz", "Utilitez de la danse, et du mépris qu'en faisoient les Romains", "Comment le Diable cognoist le futur", "De l'œil et de la veuë", "De ceux qui jadis se tuoient eux mesmes", "Contre les gloutons, et du plaisir de la frugalité", "S'il faut philosopher à table, et que le vin est froid", "De l'impudicité, et passedroit des femmes d'Egypte", "Des œufs, et lesquels sont les meilleurs", "De l'utilité du sel", etc. L'auteur Pierre Breslay était originaire d'Angers et au début du volume se trouvent plusieurs pièces poétiques composées à sa louange par d'autres littérateurs. Au verso du titre figure par ailleurs un joli bois gravé repré … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: livresrarescom [Barcelona, ES]
2019-10-21 10:45:08
PETRARCH, Francesco
In Lyone: Gulielmo Rouillio, 1574. I am limited to 12 photos on eBay, but I have many more photos on my website...just ask. "Books have led some to learning and others to madness." ― Francesco Petrarch Petrarch was a 14th-century Italian humanist known for his discovery of the letters of Cicero and establishment of the study of humanism. He wrote sonnets and poems, many of which were the model of poetry during the Dark Ages. This 1574 edition is notable for the inclusion of the correspondence between Ridolfi and Alfonso Cambi. L.A. Ridolfi was the known editor of this edition; however, Cambi was originally thought to be the editor.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books (schilb_antiquarian_books) [Columbia, Missouri, US]
2019-10-21 06:07:03
Ruscelli Girolamo (1504-1566)
Venezia, 1574. Incisione originale su rame (cm. 26x19 più margini bianchi) tratta da 'La Geografia di Claudio Tolomeo'. Ottimo esemplare.
Bookseller: Libreria Ex Libris ALAI-ILAB/LILA member [Roma, Italy]
2019-10-20 16:34:18
Giovio Paolo
appresso Guglielmo Rouillio, 1574. 8vo (cm. 16), 280 pp., 8 cc.nn. (ultima bianca). Marca tipografica al frontespizio e ritratto dell'A. al verso. Iniziali e fregi xilografici n.t. Con complessive 137 grandi ill.ni emblematiche entro ovale. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida con traccia di titolo ms. al ds. (minime imperfezioni marginali). Tagli colorati. Ex libris al contropiatto anteriore. Carte lievemente brunite altrimenti esemplare in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara seconda edizione illustrata dell'opera del Giovio che ebbe grande ed immediato successo tanto da essere tradotta, nella seconda metà del '500, nelle principali lingue europee. Praz, 353; Landwehr, 345; Bibliotheca Magica della Casanatense, p. 78. Non in Adams.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l. [IT]
2019-10-19 00:53:05
IOAN PHILIPPO
Venice: Ioan Gryphius Excudebat, 1574. Antique old book. Please see all the photos. Galeni Ars medica, J. P. Ingrassia interprete ac veluti novo plusquam commentatore GALENI. ARS MEDICA IOAN PHILIPPO INGRESSIA SICVLO INTERPRETE AC VELVTINOVO PLVSQVAMCOMMENTATORE. 1574 Venetiis. Ioan Gryphius Excudebat.
Bookseller: forestequijo [Maracaibo, VE]
2019-10-09 16:58:33
1574. Wenn Sie von dem US Marktplatz bestellen, können für die Pakete Steuern und Zollgebühren anfallen, die der Käufer später tragen muss. 1574 Munster Landkarte von Skandinavien: Norwegen, Schweden, Dänemark, Island Das Datenblatt dieses Produkts wurde ursprünglich auf Englisch verfasst. Unten finden Sie eine automatische Übersetzung ins Deutsche. Sollten Sie irgendwelche Fragen haben, kontaktieren Sie uns. 1574-Münster-Karte von Skandinavien: Norwegen, Schweden, Dänemark, Island WIR VERKAUFEN NUR ORIGINAL ANTIKE KARTEN - KEINE REPRODUKTIONEN Titel: Gemeine Beschreibung Aller Mitnachtigen Lander Schweden, Göteborg, Nordwegien, Dennmarck Beschreibung: Eine ungewöhnliche 1574 Sebastian Munster Holzschnitt Karte von Skandinavien. Die Karte deckt Skandinavien von Island nach Deutschland und von Edinburgh, Schottland, bis (ungefähr) zur heutigen russischen Grenze ab. Es umfasst die modernen Nationen von Norwegen, Schweden, Finnland, Dänemark, Island, Schottland, Lettland und Estland sowie die Ostsee und die Nordsee. Dies ist Münsters zweiter Holzschnitt von Skandinavien. Kartografisch basiert es auf der MARINA CHARTER Von Olaus Magnus. Es wurde in der deutschen Ausgabe von Münster herausgegeben Cosmographey Oder Beschreibung Aller L√§nder. Es wurde in Basel von Heinrich Petri veröffentlicht. Größe: Druckbereich Maßnahmen 10 Zoll hoch und 14 Zoll breit. Zustand: Sehr gut. Deutscher Text auf Verso. Einige Bleedthrough. Alles in allem ein sehr gutes Beispiel. Versand: Versandkosten sind nicht verhandelbar. Der Versand erfolgt innerhalb von drei Geschäftstagen nach Eingang der Z … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Geographicus Rare Antique Maps (geographicusmaps) [11221, US]
2019-10-08 10:10:37
ORTELIUS Abraham
Folio, seventy map sheets. The maps washed, reguarded, and rebound, retaining the original boards. The maps with worming infilled at the head of the centrefold. Lacking title-page. Modern binding. Antwerp : Anthoon Coppens van Diest,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-10-05 20:13:16
S.l. (Genève), Apud Petrum Santandreanum, 1574. POMPEIUS VERRIUS FLACCUS SCALIGER VERBORUM LIBRIXX 1575 Référence :14650 M. Verrii Flacci quae extant Sex. Pompei Festi De Verborum Significatione libri XX. Et in Eos Josephi Scaligeri Iul. Caesaris Filii Castigationes nunc primum publicatae. Marcus Verrius Flaccus (né vers 55 avant J.-C., mort en 20 après J.-C.), est un savant érudit, historien, philologue, poète, grammairien et maître d'école (grammaticus) romain, exerçant sous les règnes d'Auguste et de Tibère. Festus Grammaticus, Sextus Pompeius Festus est un grammairien latin de la fin du IIe siècle ap. J.-C, ayant peut-être vécu à Narbo (Narbonne). Il avait composé, sous le titre de Significatione Verborum, une sorte de dictionnaire précieux pour la connaissance des antiquités romaines, de la langue latine et de la mythologie. Joseph Juste Scaliger, fils de Jules César Scaliger, né en 1540 à Agen et mort en 1609 à Leyde est l'un des plus grands érudits français du XVIe siècle. Il surpassa de loin son père comme philologue, et se fit en outre un nom comme chronologiste et historien. Sans lieu (Genève), Apud Petrum Santandreanum 1574-1575. Préface, 200 pages, index, et Annotationes (1574), 76 pages. Reliure plein vélin de l'époque. Dos à nerfs avec titre manuscrit (restauré). Quelques mouillures. 2 coins frottés. Pas de rousseur. Bon état. Format in-12°(17×12). POMPEIUS (Sextus Pompeius Festus) - VERRIUS FLACCUS Marcus - SCALIGER Joseph 1574-1575.
Bookseller: LE GRENIER D'HOMERE (philcomm) [Sèvres, FR]
2019-10-05 11:17:04
PTOLEMY Claudius.; RUSCELLI Girolamo
Fifth edition of Ruscelli’s version, the third in Italian; quarto (221 x 157 mm), sixtyfive maps, thirty-eight modern and twenty-seven Ptolemaic, map 13 (Territori di Roma, numbered 11) mis-bound; text in three parts: the Geografia, then the ‘Expositioni et introductioni universale’, 1573, and ‘Discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto ...’, 1573. The map of New England appears twice, the second time printed in place of the map of South America. 17th century calf, gilt titling and decoration to spine. Binding rubbed, front joint splitting, headcap damaged and few minor (defunct) wormholes to spine. Light waterstaining affecting the upper part of the text block. Venice : Giordano Ziletti,
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd. [U.K.]
2019-10-05 08:24:48
PTOLEMY Claudius.; RUSCELLI Girolamo
1574. Fifth edition of Ruscelli?s version, the third in Italian; quarto (221 x 157 mm), sixtyfive maps, thirty-eight modern and twenty-seven Ptolemaic, map 13 (Territori di Roma, numbered 11) mis-bound; text in three parts: the Geografia, then the ?Expositioni et introductioni universale?, 1573, and ?Discorso di M. Gioseppe Moleto .?, 1573. The map of New England appears twice, the second time printed in place of the map of South America. 17th century calf, gilt titling and decoration to spine. Binding rubbed, front joint splitting, headcap damaged and few minor (defunct) wormholes to spine. Light waterstaining affecting the upper part of the text block. Venice : Giordano Ziletti, Ruscelli?s version of Ptolemy was much reprinted from 1561 to 1599; Giovanni Malombra revised and corrected the text for this new edition from 1574. This edition also added a new map of ?Territori di Roma?, based on a contemporary broadsheet map. As part of the preparation of this edition, the other maps were reworked, principally to strengthen their impression. Interestingly, the plates now have a platemark visible on four sides: originally the maps were engraved two to a plate, but were separated for printing ease. References: Shirley, T.PTOL-10e; Nordenskiold Collection Catalogue, II, 220. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-10-05 06:56:20
SORBIN Arnaud.
Deux ouvrages en un volume petit in-12 [153 x 97 mm] 32 pages (A-H4) et 16 pages (A-D4). Demi-veau olive, dos lisse, titre en long et fleurons aux pointillés, tranches rouges. Reliure du XIXe siècle. Bel exemplaire, bien qu'un peu court en tête avec atteinte à quelques n° de pages. (Petite tache à un feuillet.) Seconde édition des oraisons funèbres du roi Charles IX par Arnaud Sorbin. Elle est dédiée à Elisabeth d'Autriche. Le texte du sermon avait été publié dès 1574, quelques semaines après avoir été prononcé devant la cour. Le prédicateur y dressait un bilan glorieux de l'action de Charles IX, célébrant le roi défunt parvenu à rétablir l'unité spirituelle de ses sujets, au prix de sa vie même. Il expliquait que si le roi était mort si jeune c'est que les hommes, et plus particulièrement les hérétiques, ne s'étaient pas soumis à son autorité et avaient « tellement outré son cœur » que peu à peu la tristesse avait causé sa mort. Ainsi lorsque les médecins ouvrirent le corps du roi il y découvrirent un cœur « destié de perdicardie, sec et aride, de langueur et d'ennuy.» Enfin, Sorbin lançait un appel à Henri de Valois devenu roi de Pologne quelques mois plus tôt. Réf. FVB n°48340 et 48341.
Bookseller: Librairie Hogier [France, Paris]
2019-10-04 21:22:49
SORBIN Arnaud
A Paris, chez Guillaume Chaudière, 1574.?. ?In-12, [4]-67-[1) ff. Maroquin bleu, dos à nerfs, titre doré, tranches dorées, roulette intérieure. Reliure du XIXe siècle [Thibaron]. (Petit coup à un coins. Titre lavé.)? ?Rare première édition parisienne (achevée d'imprimer le 16 juillet) de ce panégyrique de Charles IX. Elle s'ouvre sur une longue épître servant de préface adressée à Catherine de Médicis suivie d'une Elégie sur le trépas Roy signée par Sorbin de ses initiales. Au verso figure un poème en grec de Nicolas Goulu et un sonnet inédit de Ronsard Nul de devoit pleurer la mort d'un si bon Roy, qui sera, contrairement à d'autres pièces isolées, recueilli dans ses ?uvres et inséré dans ses éditions collectives dès 1578. C'est l'un des textes importants d?Arnaud Sorbin pour ce qui est de la construction et de la mise en place publique de l?image du roi, émanant d'une source rigoureusement catholique à la fois proche du roi défunt et de la Sainte Ligue. Provenance : Ex-libris manuscrit ancien sur le titre, Des bibliothèques Alfred et Georges Massé, avec étiquettes ex-libris. Brunet 5, 456. Hauser III, 1438. FVB 48318-48319. J. P. Barbier, Bibliothèque poétique II, 84, p. 278 pour la seconde édition de 1564. ? [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Librairie Hogier [Paris, France]
2019-10-04 09:13:05
PETRARCH, Francesco
In Lyone: Gulielmo Rouillio, 1574. 1574 Rime of Petrarch Italian Renaissance Poetry Ridolfi & Cambi Petrarca RARE"Books have led some to learning and others to madness." ― Francesco PetrarchPetrarch was a 14th-century Italian humanist known for his discovery of the letters of Cicero and establishment of the study of humanism. He wrote sonnets and poems, many of which were the model of poetry during the Dark Ages. This 1574 edition is notable for the inclusion of the correspondence between Ridolfi and Alfonso Cambi. L.A. Ridolfi was the known editor of this edition; however, Cambi was originally thought to be the editor.Item number: #8548Price: $950PETRARCH, Francesco Il Petrarca con nuove spositioni, nelle quali, oltre l'altre cose, si dimostra qual fusse il vero giorno & l'hora del suo innamoramento, insieme alcune molto vtili & belle annotationi d'intorno alle regole della lingua toscana, e vna conserua di tutte le sue rime ridotte co'versi interi sotto le lettere vocali.In Lyone, Appresso Gulielmo Rouillio., 1574.Details: · Collation: Complete with all pageso [48], 19-558 (i.e. 588), [52]· References: USTC 116076· Language: Italian· Binding: Leather; tight & secure· Size: ~4.75in X 3.25in (cm x cm)Our Guarantee:Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide.Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation!8548Photos available upon request.
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian Rare Books [United States]
2019-10-04 08:22:40
ORTELIUS Abraham
1574. Folio, seventy map sheets. The maps washed, reguarded, and rebound, retaining the original boards. The maps with worming infilled at the head of the centrefold. Lacking title-page. Modern binding. Antwerp : Anthoon Coppens van Diest, The longevity of the influence of Claudius Ptolemy on cartographers meant that many later mapmakers married Ptolemaic and modern maps in one volume. The Italian so-called ?Lafreri-School? of mapmakers, with Giacomo Gastaldi prominent, led the remapping of Europe and the wider world, including many areas unknown to Ptolemy. However, the publishers of this disparate group did not work to a standard format, instead producing maps of widely varying sizes that, when bound into volumes, required some to be folded, while others needed additional margins to increase their page size; consequently such atlases were unwieldy, and inconvenient to use. Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598), although the stories vary, is the individual credited with identifying the potential for an atlas composed only of modern maps, prepared to a standard format. His Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, first published in 1570, is regarded as ?the first uniformly sized, systematic collection of maps of the countries of the world based only on contemporary knowledge since the days of Ptolemy, and in that sense may be called the first modern atlas.? (Tooley). Ortelius was originally a map colourist and collector/dealer, who became a mapmaker, editing existing maps for inclusion, but scrupulously honest in identifying his sources, credited in the title of the map, and listed in the text on t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-10-03 11:24:58
POLYBIUS
1574. Folio in sixes (292 x 192 mm); title-page printed red and black, [40], cccccxviii [i.e. 518], [2]pp. (colophon and printer?s mark), seventeen double-page engraved maps (three repeats), double-page plan of a Roman marching camp, four maps set in text (one a repeat); other woodcuts set in the text. Continental nineteenth century half calf, back repaired, minor light staining throughout. Some manuscript annotations at the end. Basle : Sebastian Henricpetri, Polybius (ca. 200-118 BC) was a Greek historian and political thinker, the son of Lycortas, a leading figure in the Achaean League. Polybius was embarking on his own political career when he was taken to Rome, in 167 BC, as one of the Achaean hostages taken at the end of the Third Macedonian War. There he met many of the leading Romans, particularly Lucius Aemilius Paullus Macedonicus and his son Scipio Aemelianus, acting as tutor, and later advisor on his campaigns in Africa and Spain, to the latter. While in Rome, Polybius embarked on his history of the Roman Empire; unfortunately, only the first five books survive intact, describing the period 200-146 B.C., describing particularly the Third Macedonian War and Third Punic War, culminating with the destruction of Carthage by Scipio Aemelianus in 146 BC, with Polybius an eye-witness. He was still writing in 118 when, it is believed, he died after a heavy fall from his horse. The Histories has established Polybius as one of the greatest historians of the Roman Republic; while not free from expressing his biases, he was skilled in editing and marshalling his sources, ri … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Maggs Bros. Ltd ABA, ILAB, PBFA, BA [London, United Kingdom]
2019-10-03 00:29:23
HORAPOLLO (fl. 5th cent.)
Paris: Galliot du Pré & Jean Ruelle, 1574. Two parts with continuous pagination in one volume, 8vo. [8], 107, [1] leaves. Collation: *8 A-N8 O4. The last leaf is all blank but for a typographical ornament on verso. Title within a historiated border, and 193 woodcut vignettes within ornamental borders. The emblems on leaves C3r and G7r are printed upside down; the emblem on leaf I4r is printed sideways. Second part begins on numbered leaf 43 (F2) with special title page: Le second livre d'Orus Apollo niliaque des lettres sacrees des Aegyptiens. On the front pastedown illustrated bookplate F. Valter. Later vellum over boards, some light dampstains and browning, upper blank corner of the last three leaves a bit gnawn, but a fine copy with an old entry of ownership on title page "J. Vosterman", possibly by the famous Dutch landscape painter (ca. 1643-1699) who lived for a while in France and England.FIRST LATIN-FRENCH EDITION. The 'editio princeps' of Horapollo's Hieroglyphica was printed by Aldo Manuzio in Venice in 1505. The present Latin edition translated from Greek by Bernardino Trebazio was first printed by Froben at Basel in March 1518 with a dedication to Konrad Peutinger. Numerous scholars cite an edition printed at Augsburg in 1515, which, however, is a ghost. The error probably originated from the dedication to Peutinger, which is dated Augsburg, April 21, 1515 (cf. S. Sider, Horapollo, in: "Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum. Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries: Annotated Lists and Guides", E. Cranz, ed., Washington, D.C., 1989, VI, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [United States]
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2019-09-26 16:14:18
Azariya De Rossi
Mantua, 1574. Mantua. Meor Einaim, 1574, Mantua. Author: Azariya De Rossi. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1574.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
2019-09-21 02:30:27
VISSCHER, Claes Jansz.
Atlas van Stolk 1574; Hollstein XXXVIII, p. 31, no. 46 state III (6 copies); Knuttel 3457; Muller, Historieplaten 1494b. Third state of a rare print of the execution of the conspirators in the failed attempt to assassinate the Dutch stadholder Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange, in 1623, skilfully engraved by the publisher and engraver Claes Jansz. Visscher. The plate is divided into nine panels, the main one showing a view of the beheading at the square in front of Het Binnenhof in The Hague, watched by a large crowd. The other panels show portraits of Reinier van Oldenbarnevelt, David Koornwinder, Adriaen Adriaensz. van Dijck and Cornelis Gerrits and five smaller scenes of the dismembering of the bodies.A heated theological and political conflict had raged in the Low Countries between the Arminians (from 1610 also called Remonstrants) and Gomarists for more than a decade when it came to a head with the Synod of Dort (1618/19), which decided in favour of the Gomarists. The Synod led to the 1619 execution of the Republic's greatest statesman Johan van Oldenbarnevelt, who had supported the Arminian cause. In revenge his sons Reinier and Willem conspired to assassinate the (Gomarist) Dutch stadholder Maurits of Nassau, Prince of Orange. Other prominent members of Dutch society who had political, religious or personal grudges against the Prince lent their support. The plot was betrayed in February 1623, and the conspirators arrested and executed from March to May.The print was also issued as a broadsheet with a letterpress description below, here added in manuscript in an 18t … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2019-09-17 14:56:20
Monardes, Nicolaus.
Antwerp, Christoffel Plantin, 1574. 8vo. 88, (8) pp. With Plantin's woodcut compasses device on title-page and 10 woodcut illustrations in text. Modern decorated boards. First edition of an abridged Latin translation of Monardes's influential treatise on plants, animals and minerals from the "West Indies" (i.e. the Americas) and their use in medicine, translated and edited by Carolus Clusius. "Monardes was greatly influential in promoting awareness of the drug plants and animals of the Spanish colonies" (Landis). The treatise was originally published in Spanish in two parts (1565-1571) and includes important descriptions of tobacco, the long pepper, balsam of Peru, mechoacan and the sassafras tree. While Liebault had already published on Nicotiane in 1570, Monardes's account rapidly superseded that of Liebault in popularity and became the chief source of information on the subject in Europe. - With Hebrew inscription and traces of a removed library stamp on title-page. Small tear at the head of the title-page, the fore-edge margins trimmed short (occasionally shaving one or two letters from the side notes), several leaves browned and a small stain on the first three leaves, otherwise in good condition. Arents 18 cf. 15. Durling 3216. USTC 401630 (1 copy). Palau 175489. Voet 1710. Wellcome I, 4394. Cf. D.C. Landis, Drugs from the colonies: the new American medicine chest (online). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2019-09-16 11:55:40
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Venice, 1574. Venice. Mishne Tora, 1574, Venice. Author: n/a. Publisher: Bragadin. Language: Hebrew. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. . Good. Hardcover. 1st Edition. 1574.
Bookseller: Land of Magazines [SOMERVILLE, MA, U.S.A.]
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