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        La civil conversazione, divisa in quattro libri.

      Salicato 1575 - Venezia, Salicato, 1575. In 8 de [32]-580pp., reliure en plein vélin souple de l'époque, lacets absents, plats usés avec de petits manques de couverture au deuxieme plat, dos légèrement sali, coupes supérieures rognées, première page de garde avec une forme géométrique et des calculs manuscrits à l'encre noire mais passés avec un trou sans gravité, dernière page de garde avec une forme géométrique passée, rousseurs éparses, papier bruni à certains feuillets mais sans gravité, mouillures à la marge intérieure et externe aux coins de quelques feuillets, marque éditoriale au frontispice, dédicace à Vespasiano Gonzaga Duc de Sabbioneta, bon exemplaire. Seconde édition de ce traité de Stefano Guazzo (Casale Monferrato l503 - Pavie 1593), riche en informations sur les us et coutumes de la vie dans les cours du nord de l'Italie durant le XVIème siècle, l'Oeuvre, divisée en quatre livres se déroule sous forme de dialogue et est une formation du noble, le premier livre enseigne à distinguer entre les ''bonnes et les mauvaises conversations", dans le second livre sont classées les diverses manières convenables de converser entre personnes de catégories sociales différentes, le troisième livre établit les différerents modes de la conversation courante et domestique entre mari et femme, père et fils, patron et serviteur, enfin dans le quatrième et dernier livre est mise en scène la forne de la Civile Conversation avec comme exemple un banquet se déroulant à Casale Monferrato auquel participaient dix convives. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Tractatus de Mercatura, Seu Mercatore, Omnia Quae ad Hoc Genus

      1575. Early Printing of Stracca's Landmark Commercial Law Treatise that Includes an Equally Important Treatise on Insurance Stracca (Straccha), Benvenuto [1509-1578]. [Santerna, Pedro de]. Tractatus de Mercatura, Seu Mercatore, Omnia Quae ad Hoc Genus Pertinent, Susissime Complectens. Huc Accessit Propter Tractatus de Sponsionibus & Affecu Rationibus Mercatorum. Venice: Apud Michaelem Bonellum, 1575 (colophon dated 1576). [lxxx], 375, [2] pp. Octavo (6" x 4"). Later three-quarter vellum over marbled boards, lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed, speckled edges. Some rubbing to extremities with mild wear to board edges, corners and spine ends bumped, front hinge cracked, rear hinge starting. Light toning to text, negligible dampstaining and foxing in places. Early struck-through signature to title page, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, small inkstamps to title page and its verso. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Third edition, "newly revised," and the last authorial edition. An eminent jurist from a prominent business family, Stracca was the first to treat commercial law as a distinct field. Perhaps as a result of his background, his approach blended jurisprudence and the practical necessities of commercial life. First published in Venice in 1553 by Aldus Minutius, De Mercatura is his principal work. This pathbreaking treatise went through several editions throughout Europe, the final appearing in 1669. Notable for its blend of synthesis and original thought, it is a systematic exposition on commercial law with an emphasis on maritime and bankruptcy law. It also has sections on usury, the restriction of trade and the value of free navigation. This edition also contains the Tractatus de Sponsibus et Assecurationibus Mercatorum, which begins on fol. 322, is an important treatise on insurance first published in 1554. According to the Kress catalogue, this is "the first modern treatise" on the subject. Pedro de Santerna was a Portuguese jurist who represented his nation's commercial interests in Florence, Livorno and Pisa. KVK locates 8 copies of this edition. OCLC locates 7 copies of this edition and 11 copies of all editions in North America. This edition not in Adams or the British Museum Catalogue. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italia

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        IULII FERRETTI RAVENNATIS...DE RE ET DISCIPLINA MILITARI, Aureus Tractatus ac coelestis, spiritualis, legalis, armatae, instauratae, et illustratae militiae praeceptis:

      Venetiis: apud Bologninum Zalterium, 1575.. antiquorum exemplis, nec non & recentium gestis munitus: ad communem omnium principum, iurisconsultorum, militumq[ue] vtilitatem nunc primum in lucem aeditus. FIRST EDITION 1575, translated into Latin from the Greek by Giulio Ferretti, small folio in sixes, approximately 290 x 195 mm, 11½ x 7½ inches, woodcut printer's device on title page, woodcut head and tail pieces and initials, printed in double column enclosed within a single border, pages: [108], 426, [2], index on [92] pages preceding text, LACKING PAGES 377-380, collation: a-i6, A-Mm6 (-Ii3 and Ii4), Nn4, bound in full tree calf, gilt decorated and ruled spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, all edges pale yellow. Spine faded, 2 armorial bookplates of the Parker family (Sapere aude), on the front endpapers, one stating "Militar. Collection of the Hon. Lt. Gen.l G. L. Parker, small armorial blindstamp to title page and a2, small very pale stain to upper corner of X2 and X5, no loss of legibility, otherwise remarkably clean. A very good tight copy. The Earls of Macclesfield copy, see Sotheby's Catalogue Part Ten, No. 3484; Cockle, Military Bibliography, No., 545. Cockle mentions an earlier edition of 1562 but we have been unable to locate a copy or mention of a copy anywhere else; Adams, Continental Books 1501-1600, Volume I, F307. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        I discorsi di m. Gregorio Zu´ccolo nobil fauent : ne i quali si tratta della nobilta`, honore, amore, fortificationi, et antigaglie : e con opinioni per lo piu da tutti gli altri, che n'han scritto fin qui` perauentura Diuerse

      Venice: Gio Bariletto, 1575. Collation, [8]286[25]pp, woodcut on title, 3 woodcut diagrams to text, printed in black with single line border throughout.Bound in full modern calf, raised bands, gilt centre tooling, blind rule lines to boards, gilt centre stamp. Binding in excellent condition. Internally, no loose pages, no writing/marking. Pages in very good clean condition. A very nice clean well bound copy.A54. Full Calf. Very Good Plus. Small 8vo.

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        L'Anno Santo MDLXXV del Pontificato di N.S. Papa Gregorio XIII. [with] Le sette chiese; Le cose maravigliose della citta` di Roma; La guida Roma [and] L'antichità di Roma di m. Andrea Palladio

      Francesco Rampazetto, Venice, 1575. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. A compilation of mostly previously published material representing a culmination of 16th century guides to Rome. In original vellum, worn, with tears to both hinges, but binding sound. Typed and signed presentation laid onto the front endpaper. Scattered foxing, mostly minor, a few small worm trails, first title worn and browned, but largely clean and complete. Printer and date are from the second title page (for Le sette chiese). Many of the sections (there are 19 sections in total) with separate title pages, but the numbering is continuous except for the final work "Predica intorno alle indulgenze del R.P. Christoforo Brenzone". Though guides to the holy city had been around since the middle ages, the 16th century showed a new burst of interest both in the traditional themes of churches and indulgences, but also in the antiquities of the city (as in Palladio here and the adaptation of Thomas Shakerley's La guida Romana here appended to Le cose maravigliose). (12), 404, 22 leaves. Most of the individual works are quite scarce, this compilation is very rare with no representation in the auction records and only 3 copies in Worldcat. Not in Adams. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Travel & Places; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044146. .

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      Legatura originale in piena pergamena floscia con titolo, sbiadito, manoscritto al dorso. 8 su 11 carte non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e grande tipografica, incollato alla pagina seguente a mò di rinforzo; 265 pagine numerate, dati tipografici ripetuti al verso di pag. 265; 1 carta bianca; 24 pagine non numerate; 12 carte non numerate; 35 pagine numerate, bianco il verso dell'ultima; 207 pagine numerate; 27 silografie nel testo raffiguranti il Lago Lemano, le città di Bourges, Besançon, Melun, Brindisi, Milazzo, Marsiglia etc.; 2 tavole silografiche a doppia pagina raffiguranti le città di Durazzo e Alexiae; numerosi capolettera a silografia. Opera rara e ricercata proprio per le sue illustrazioni. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, fioriture sparse qua e là, ricamo di tarlo alla parte superiore interna alle ultime 50 pagine (lontano dal testo), numerose sottolineature a penna di antica mano.

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        Americae Sive Novi Orbis, Nova Descriptio.

      Abraham Ortelius 1575 - Outstanding early map of the Western Hemisphere dotted with ships and sea monsters. This was the first map of the Americas to appear in a modern atlas. At the time it was issued, the coastal areas of the New World had been fairly well explored, and Europeans were just beginning settlement and colonization. It is notable for depicting Spanish and Portuguese colonies in high detail, for these powers were notoriously protective of their geographical surveys. This is the third state of the first plate engraved for Ortelius's landmark map of the New World. It is distinguished from the second plate by the unusual bulge in the western coast of South America. This map is on the cover of Philip D. Burden's thorough reference book, "The Mapping of North America", see map number 39. Latin text on verso. Repairs to several tears lower left, abrasions, repaired hole 45 degrees S in the Atlantic Ocean, early repairs to upper left margin, but an overall pleasing copy of a famous map. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 14 3/8" x 20".

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        Oxonium, nobile Angliae oppidum/Vindesorium celeberrimum Angliae castrum

      Cologne, 1575. Copper engraving, 36.5 x 49 cms, original hand-colour, French text on verso; views of Oxford and Windsor, both derived from works by Joris Hoefnagel made during his travels in England c. 1569-71. Scholars stand in the foreground of the Oxford scene, and a hunt is in progress before the walls of the royal castle at Winsdor. The Civitates Orbis Terrarum was one of the most significant cartographic works of the late sixteenth-century, printed over 45 year period between 1572 and 1617. It was the first systematic city atlas (containing the first accurate surveys of many towns) and was inspired in part by the scope of the Theatrum Orbis Terarrum. Braun wrote the text and Ortelius - who travelled with the artist Joris Hoefnagel - supplied much of the material, which was then engraved by Novellus and Hogenburg. There were a number of editions, mostly with Latin text, but it is extremely difficult (and, according to Koeman ‘of secondary importance’) to differentiate between them, as the state of the plates and their number and order does not vary.

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        D. Bernardi Doctoris Mellitissimi, Ac Primi Abbatis Claravallensis Coenobis Operum, Quibus Adiecimus Eiusdem Autoris Opuscula, non mius quam caetera omnis, & Aurea, & Divinissima

      Venetiis [Venice]: n.p., 1575. Vellum. Very Good. 2 vols. 6 1/2 x 9 inches. Vol. 1: 75 unnumbered leaves + 435 numbered leaves, some misnumbered. Vol. 2: 496 numbered leaves, some misnumbered, some worming to leaves 488 and following, increasing toward end. Many pages with one or more elaborate initial capitals with floral motifs. Title pages with near contemporary ink inscriptions, some marked through. Light dampstaining. Bound in matching full vellum with loss to spine revealing old manuscript liner (Vol. 2) and old library label and ink title to spine (Vol. 1). Some soiling to covers. Each volume with two of four later ties present. Both volumes professionally conserved and preserved in original state. A very good set of this scarce early printing of the sermons of St. Bernard of Clairveaux, the principal builder of the Cistercian Order and the preacher whose sermon at Vezelay prompted the Second Crusade (1146-1149).

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        The Dialoges [Dialogue] in Englishe [English] Betweene a Doctor

      1575. St. Germain [German], Christopher [?1460-1540]. The Dialoges in Englishe, Betweene a Doctor of Divinitie, And a Student in the Lawes of Englande. Newely Corrected and Imprinted Wyth New Addicions. [London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1575]. 177 [i.e. 176], [4] ff. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-3/4"). Eighteenth-century calf, rebacked, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed. Some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped and worn. Title printed within woodcut architectural border. Toning to text, faint dampstaining in places, a few worm holes to fore-edge leaves just touching text in a few places, light soiling to title page, which has a chip to fore-edge with some loss to border. Contemporary and later (probably eighteenth- century) annotations to title page and some text leaves, interior otherwise clean. * Originally written in Latin in 1523, this work contains two dialogues between a doctor of divinity and a student of English law. It popularized canonist learning on the nature and object of law, the religious and moral standards of law, the foundations of the common law and other issues regarding the jurisdiction of Parliament. A very important work in the development of equity, Doctor and Student appeared in numerous editions. An authority well into the eighteenth century, it influenced several writers, including Blackstone. OCLC locates 7 copies in North America. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T476. English Short-Title Catalogue S116366.

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        Emuda vulgo Embden [Emden]

      Cologne, c. 1575. Map. Copper engraving, 35 x 48.5 cms, recent hand-colour, numbered in an old hand top-right, Latin text on verso. The Civitates Orbis Terrarum - Cities of the whole World - was one of the best-selling works of the late sixteenth-century. It was a monumental work completed over 45 years between 1572 and 1617. It was the first systematic city atlas (containing the first printed views of many towns). Braun wrote the text and Ortelius - who travelled with the artist Joris Hoefnagel - supplied much of the material, which was then engraved by Novellus and Hogenburg. There were a number of editions, mostly with Latin text, but it is extremely difficult (and as Koeman says ‘of secondary importance’) to differentiate between them, as the state of the plates and their number and order does not vary. Koeman B&H II

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        Dispensatorium sive Pharmacorum Conficiendorum Ratio

      Ludouicum Cloquemin et Stephanum Michaelem, Lyon, 1575. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full pig skin finely blind tooled but rubbed and worn; still intact and attractive, though with three raised bands on the spine. One or two small repairs to the hinges - housed in a custom chemise and leather backed slipcase. Small octavo (duo-decimo in size but bound in 8vo). Copious notes in an early hand fill the margins and endpapers as well as between many lines of what was obviously a working copy. Scattered underlining and a few marks to the text itself, but nothing rendering it illegible. A few minor dampstains in the margins, rear endpaper loose. With an Epitaph for Cordus and an appendix; 474pp plus the index.& & Cordus (1515-1544) was the author of one of the Renaissance's first major herbals, and this, the first real (surviving) pharmacopoeia which was prepared in manuscript in 1542 but was so popular in Nuremberg that they printed it and it became the official pharmacopoeia of the city. Cordus, remarkably given his young age and other accomplishments, is most famous for his discovery of a method for synthesizing ether. Size: Octavo (8vo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Medicine & Health; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 039475. .

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        Aureum Repertorium de Testibus In Materiis Civilibus Et Criminalibus

      1575. Monticello, Joannes Maria. Aureum Repertorium de Testibus In Materiis Civilibus Et Criminalibus: Titulorum Ordine Digestum & Ordinatum. Omnibus in Foro Versantibus Apprime Necessarium. Nunc Primum in Lucem Editum. Accessit Eiusdem Praxis Criminalis Regulis XX Congesta, Legentibus non Iniucunda, Cum Materiarum Locorumque; Insignium Indice Locupletissimo. Venice: [s.n.], 1575. [xii], 448, 187, [33] pp. Main text in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary limp vellum, early hand-lettered title to spine. Some staining to boards, chipping to spine ends and along fore-edges, hinges starting, partial split near center of text block, some wear to fore-edges of first and final signatures. Woodcut initials. Toning, faint dampstaining to portions of text, dampspotting to a few leaves, internally clean. * First edition. This is a Roman law treatise dealing with criminal law, criminal procedure, trial practice and witnesses. A second issue with identical pagination was published in 1585. Two copies located in North America, both 1575 imprints, both at law schools: UC-Berkeley and Harvard. One other copy located at GWU. Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo (EDIT16) CNCE 73291.

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        Cestria vulgo Chester, Anglia Civitatis [extracted from Civitates Orbis Terrarum]

      [Cologne : 1575-1618] . Folio, double-page engraved "birds-eye" map, (320 x 435mm) finely hand-coloured, latin text on verso. A fine example of one of the earliest views of Chester.

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        Fribergum Misinae [Freiberg]

      Cologne, c. 1575. Map. Copper engraving, 33.5 x 46 cms, recent hand-colour, numbered in an old hand top-right, Latin text on verso. The Civitates Orbis Terrarum - Cities of the whole World - was one of the best-selling works of the late sixteenth-century. It was a monumental work completed over 45 years between 1572 and 1617. It was the first systematic city atlas (containing the first printed views of many towns). Braun wrote the text and Ortelius - who travelled with the artist Joris Hoefnagel - supplied much of the material, which was then engraved by Novellus and Hogenburg. There were a number of editions, mostly with Latin text, but it is extremely difficult (and as Koeman says ‘of secondary importance’) to differentiate between them, as the state of the plates and their number and order does not vary. Koeman B&H II Saxony

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        Commentarii in Iudiciales Regulas Cancellariae

      1575. Gomez, Luis [d. 1545]. [Milles de Souvigny (16th. Cent.)]. Commentarii in Iudiciales Regulas Cancellariae. Ioannis Millaei, Ac Aliorum Doctissimorum Virorum Adnotationibus Illustrati. Eiusdem, Utriusque Signaturae Compendium. Lyons: Apud Carolum Pesnot, 1575. [civ], 474 [i.e. 472] pp. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin, early hand-lettered title to spine, early owner monogram black-stamped to front board, 1583 black-stamped to rear, edges rouged. Some soiling, minor wear to spine ends and corners, small scuff to front board, front hinge starting. Toning, faint dampstaining in a few places, chip to p. 254 with minor loss to text, internally clean. * Third edition. With indexes. Gomez was the Bishop of Sarno, Italy. First published in 1540, Commentarii is a treatise on trial practice in canon law. Also a practical work, it describes the rules of practice in detail. Its final edition, the fourth, was published in 1610. KVK and OCLC locate 4 copies of the 1575 edition. Not in Adams. Palau, Manual del Librero Hispanoamericano 103.620.

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        Universae Theologiae Summa in Quator Partes ab ipsomet Authore distributa

      Venetis [Venice]: Apud Franciscum Franciscium, Senensem, 1575. Vellum. Very Good +. 4 vols. 9 x 12 1/2 inches. All volumes wide-margined with clean pages and clear imprints on good paper and full of beautiful decorated initial capitals. Scattered age toning. Each volume with stamps of Bibliotheca Pusieana, Oxon. and small ink inscriptions to title pages. Bound in contemporary limp vellum now a little soiled. & • Vol 1: 1 ffep + Index consisting of A - G (6 leaf quires) + 2, and Pars Prima, A - Y (8 leaf quires) + Z (6 leaf quire) + Aa (4 leaf quire) + 1 rfep. Contemporary vellum. Possibly rebound apart from the other three volumes when Index appeared in 1576.& • Vol. 2: AA - CC (6 leaf quires) + Aa - Ffff (8 page quires) + 1 rfep. Handwritten author and Tom. number on spine.& • Vol. 3: a (6 leaf quire) + b (4 leaf quire) + A - Oo (8 leaf quires) + Pp (6 leaf quire) + 1 rfep. Handwritten author and Tom. number on spine.& • Vol. 4: 1 ffep + a (6 leaf quire) + b (4 leaf quire) + A - Mmm (8 leaf quires) + 2 + 1 rfep, several pages towards end with small worming in lower foremargin. Handwritten author and Tom. number on spine with two small losses to the vellum at the rear hinge. Alexander Hales (c.1185—1245) (also Halensis, Alensis, Halesius, Alesius, or as Doctor Irrefragabilis and Theologorum Monarcha) was an English-born Franciscan theologian. Alexander was fascinated by the Pseudo-Dionysian hierarchy of angels and how their nature could be understood in light of Aristotelian metaphysics. Alexander developed the doctrines of thesaurus supererogationis perfectorum (treasury of supererogatory merits) and the character indelibilis (sacramental character) of baptism, confirmation, and ordination. He also posed an important question about the cause of the Incarnation: would Christ have been incarnated if humanity had never sinned? The question eventually became the focal point for the philosophical theory of possible worlds and a theological distinction between God's absolute power (potentia absoluta) and His ordained power (potentia ordinata). John Gerson tells us "The doctrine of Alexander is of a wealth surpassing all expression. It is said that someone asked St. Thomas what was the best manner of studying theology; he replied that it was by attaching oneself to a Master. And to which Doctor? he was asked again. To Alexander of Hales, the Angelic Doctor replied." Gerson, Opera omnia. Epistola Lugdunum missa cuidam fratri Minori, vol. 1, p. 554. Pusey House is a center of Anglo-Catholic worship and Study at the University of Oxford, named after the prominent Tractarian Edward Bouverie Pusey. The Oxford (or Tractarian) Movement was a movement of High Church Anglicans, eventually developing into Anglo-Catholicism. The movement, the members of which were often associated with the University of Oxford, argued for the recovery of traditional aspects of the Christian faith, subsequently lost, and their inclusion into Anglican liturgy and theology and conceived of the Anglican Church as one of three branches of the Catholic Church. A very nice copy of this scarce treatise with a unique provenance.&

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        P. Ovidii Nasonis Heroidum Epistolae, Amorum libri III. De arte amandi libri III. De remedio amoris libri II. Aliaque huius generis, qae sequens pagella indicabit / Omnia ex accuratiss. Andreae Nauigerij castigatione. Guidonis Morilloni argumenta in Epistolas

      Antverpiae, Ex officina Christoph. Plantini 1575.. 12°. 357 S., 1 Bl. Mit gest. Tit. Ldr. d. Zt. Reiche figürl. Blindpräg. auf beiden Deckeln. Dat. 1577. Alte Besitzeinträge am Innendeckel u. Tit. Durchgeh.Textunterstreich. u. Anmerk. m. roter Tusche v. alter Hd. Nicht im VD16; Graesse V, 69

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        Paraphrasis Psalmorum Davidis poetica nunc primum edita

      Argentorati [Strasbourg]: Josias Rihelius. 1575. Authore Georgio Buchanano Scoto poetarum nostri faeculi facile principe His Adiecimus M. Anthony Falaminy argumenta in singulos psalmos. Item, psalmos aliquot in versus graecos nuper a divers translatos. Annotatos ubique diligenter carminum genera. Small 8vo (155x100mm). [xii], 404pp (last colophon only). Possibly lacks a half-title or preliminary blank leaf (the title is the first page present). Original blind-stamped vellum over bevelled wooden boards, raised bands on spine, three of four hinges for clasps present (clasp arms not so); the extremities rubbed, fairly heavily darkened on soine and lower board. The pages have a decorated border, which has been coloured in the preliminary pages (epigrams in Greek and Latin), contemporary inked annotation on title and first few pages, a couple of pages with old ink stains, otherwise very clean. The edges originally reddened, now darkened somewhat. A few tiny worm holes to rear paste-down and last few leaves. A good to very good copy. ***One of several contemporary printings of this Latin translation of the Psalms of David, by the Scottish Protestant scholar George Buchanan (1506-82). .

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        Opuscula mathematica; nunc primum in lucem aedita, cum rerum omnium notatu dignarum. Indice locupletissimo. Pagell huic proxime contigua, eorum catalogus est. [Volume 2:] Arithmeticorum libri duo, nunc primum in lucem editi. Cum rerum omnium notabilium. Indice copiossisimo

      Venice: Franciscum Franciscium Senensem, 1575. First and only edition (see Rara Aritmetica) of the first clear statement of the principle of mathematical induction. <br/><br/>& & &#147;Francesco Maurolico is generally recognized to have been one of the foremost mathematicians of the sixteenth century&#148; (Rosen); Cajori has called him &#145;the greatest geometer of the sixteenth century&#146;. Only a few of his many works were printed, the present volume containing the majority of his published scientific writings in eight treatises, each published here for the first time: <i>& De sphaera liber unus </i>(in which he criticized Copernicus);<i> Computus Ecclesiasticus in summam collectus; Tractatus instrumentorum astronomicorum; Tractatus de lineis horariis; Euclidis propositiones elementorum; Musicae traditione; De lineis horariis; and Arithmeticorum. </i><br/><br/>& &#147;The greatest number of Maurolico&#146;s mathematical writings are gathered in the <i>Opuscula mathematica</i>; indeed, the second volume of that work, <i>Arithmeticorum libri duo</i>, is wholly devoted to that subject and contains, among other things, some notable research on the theory of numbers. This includes, in particular, a treatment of polygonal numbers that is more complete than that of Diophantus, to which Maurolico added a number of simple and ingenious proofs. L. E. Dickson has remarked upon Maurolico&#146;s argument that every perfect number is hexagonal, and therefore traingular, while Baldassarre Boncompagni noted his proof of a peculiarity of the succession of odd numbers... <br/><br/>& &#147;Among the topics related to mathematics in the Opuscula are chronology (the treatise &#145;Computus ecclesiasticus&#146;) and gnomonics (in two treatises, both entitled &#145;De lineis horariis,&#146; one of which also discusses conics). The work also contains writing on Euclid&#146;s Elements... Of particular interest, too is a passage on a correlation between regular polyhedrons, which was commented upon by J.H.T. Müller, and later by Moritz Cantor&#148; (DSB IX, 191). In Tractatus instrumentorum astronomicorum, Maurolico described the principal astronomical instruments and discussed their theory, use, and history&#151;a subject similar to that treated in one of his first publications, the rare and little-known tract Quadrati fabrica et eius usus (Venice, 1546). <br/><br/>& Several of the results on polygonal and square numbers in the Arithmeticorum are proved by making use of the principle of mathematical induction (e.g. Book I, Proposition 15), the first time this principle had been clearly stated. Pascal, who used induction extensively in his Traité du Triangle Arithmetique, learned of the principle from Maurolico, for in the proof of one proposition he writes &#145;Cela est aisé par Maurolic&#146;. It had in fact been used earlier by Euclid, Levi ben Gerson and others, but without clearly stating the principle involved. The term &#145;induction&#146; was first used in this context by John Wallis in 1655. <br/><br/>& The manuscript of the book was sent to the bookseller Giovanni Comisino in Venice in 1569, but the book was not in press until November 1574. Even then there were further delays, and the book was not finally published until 26 July 1575, four days after Maurolico&#146;s death. Some bibliographies mention editions of 1574, 1580 and 1585, but in &#145;The Editions of Maurolico&#146;s mathematical works&#146; (Scripta Mathematica 24 (1959) 59-76), Edward Rosen has shown that there was only one edition of the Opuscula and its &#145;companion piece&#146; the Arithmeticorum (though one or two of the works were reprinted separately later). See also Smith&#146;s Rara Arithmetica, p.349-50. <br/><br/>& Maurolico&#146;s family came from Greece, from which they had fled to Sicily to escape the Turks. Maurolico learned Greek, as well as astronomy, from his father. In 1521 he was ordained priest, and in 1550 the governor of Messina conferred upon Maurolico the abbey of Santa Maia del Parto. Maurolico also held a number of civil commissions in Messina, and like his father became master of the Messina mint. Most importantly, he gave public lectures on mathematics at the University of Messina, where he was appointed professor in 1569. Maurolico himself referred to a vast literary production, but only a few of his works were printed, although these are enough to show him to have been an outstanding scholar. In addition to writing his own books, Maurolico translated, commented upon, reconstructed, and edited works by a number of ancient authors, including Apollonius, Archimedes, Autolycus, Menelaus and Theodosius. <br/><br/> & Honeyman 2182; Smith, Rara Arithmetica, p.349-50; Adams M919; Macclesfield 1344; Riccardi II, 141. On the use of the principle of mathematical induction by Maurolico, see G. 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        Catalogus Novus nundinarum Autumnalium Francofurti ad Moenum, Anno M.D. LXXV. celebratarum, eorum scilicet librorum, qui hoc semestri, partim omnino novi, partim denuo vel forma, vel loco, à prioribus editionibus diversi, vel accessione aliqua locupletiores, in lucem prodierunt, & his Nundinis venales sunt expositi

      18 unnumbered leaves. Small 4to, modern boards (title a little spotted). Frankfurt am Main: 1575. The autumn 1575 catalogue of the Frankfurt Book Fair. The catalogues of the Frankfurt Book Fair, issued twice a year by Georg Willer starting in the autumn of 1564, created a revolution for the book trade. "Before that date printers visiting the fair must have had to write out by hand countless lists of new books to send to their customers: thereafter they could send copies of the fair catalogue to the local booksellers all over Europe, who in turn passed them on to their customers...The fair catalogue was a co-operative effort: the printers coming to the fair sent in advance title-pages of the books they were bringing, so that Willer could arrange them in subject order before printing his catalogue."-Pollard & Ehrman, p. 77. These "catalogues represent the first international bibliographies of a periodic character, attempting to list every six months all new publications issued in Europe, and they can be considered the prototype of today&#39;s Books in Print. The books are arranged by subject; for the first time, place, publisher, and date are always mentioned."-Grolier Club, Bibliography, 24-(according to Breslauer and Folter, the earliest Willer catalogue in America is the autumn 1568 issue at Harvard). All Willer catalogues are extremely rare. According to OCLC, the earliest Willer catalogue in America is the 1574 issue (but see above). It is interesting to note that Dr. Breslauer did not have any 16th-century issues. The earliest copy in the Broxbourne Library is spring 1577. Fine and fresh copy. No copy in OCLC. From the library of Thore Virgin (1886-1957). .

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        [Offenlichs und inn warhait wolgegrünts Ausschreiben] Offenlichs vnd inn warhait wolgegrünts Ausschreiben, der vbelbefridigten Ständ inn Frankreich, die sich Mal Content nennen. Jnhaltend Die Wunderlich Beschreibung des lebens verhaltens thun une wesens der Catherine von Medicis, der neulich und nun Regirenden König inn Frankreich Muter. Aus dem Französischen inn Teutsch gepracht, durch Emericum Lebusium [i.e. Johann Fischart]

      Straßburg, Jobin um 1575. 15 cm. (72) Blatt, Titel in Schwarz und Rot. Festeinband, Pappband des 19. Jahrhunderts - VD16 E 4009 - Goed. II, 495, 21 - Seebaß-Edelmann NF 310 - Maltzahn 97 - Einer der beiden einzigen Drucke der deutschen Übersetzung von Estiennes "Discours merveilleux de la vie, actions et des déportements de Catherine de Médicis". Das Buch behandelt die Politik Katharinas von Medici und die Ereignisse um die Bartholomäusnacht. Als Autor des französischen Originals, unter dem Pseudonym Eusèbe Philadelphe (Quérard III, 100) erschienen, gilt Theodor de Beza, nach anderer Zuschreibung Barnaud. Wichtig in dieser Ausgabe sind die hier erstmals gedruckten sieben Sonnette von Johann Fischart: "An Ehr und billicheit liebende Leser", mit dem Anagramm "Huldrich Wisart" überschrieben. Diese enthalten scharfe Angriffe auf die "wilde Henne" Katharina (Seebaß-Edelmann). Ecken bestoßen, Rücken mit Buntpapier überklebt, Notiz auf Vorsatz, erste Lage wasserrandig, Titel rechts knapp beschnitten, jedoch kein Textverlust -

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        Sextus Pompei Festi De Verborum Significatione Libri XX. Et in Eos Josephi Scaligeri Iulii Caesaris Filii Castigationes Nunc Primum Publicatae

      Petrum Santandreanum, Paris, 1575. First Edition. 3/4 Leather. Very Good. Bound in 3/4 black modern calf in antique style (leather over marbled boards, 4 raised bands to spine) very slight wear to leather and boards. Internally there are a few light dampstains, one small wormhole that affects no text but generally clean, unmarked and complete. [2pp] title page [26pp] 305pp [24] title page 200pp [24] 76pp [2]. 3 volumes in 1 - the last book is annotations for Sextus Pompei dated 1574. An epitome of Marcus Verrius Flaccus (noted grammarian and instructor to Augustus Caesar&#39;s grandsons) by Sextis Pompei Festi that provides uniquely valuable information on the language of Ancient Rome. Existing only in a fragmentary manuscript the Codex Farnesianus in Naples rediscovered during the Renaissance, this edition is Scaliger&#39;s attempt to gloss and piece together all available information. "Scaliger&#39;s restorations of glosses in the manuscript stand as one of the first examples of modern scholarship" Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Antiquarian & Rare; Languages & Linguistics; Pazzo Catalog 1; Inventory No: 022122. .

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        Annotationi.Nel Libro Della Poetica d&#146;Aristotele; Con La Traduttione Del medesimo Libro, in lingua Volgare

      Venice: Giovanni Guarisco & Compagni, [1575]., 1575. 4to. pp. 12 p.l., 422, [1 leaf]. woodcut printer&#146;s device on title & recto of last leaf. woodcut ornaments & initials. 18th century vellum (bit soiled, Bibliotheca Pagni & Gustavo Galletti rubberstamps & early ownership entry on title of the Convent of Holy Trinity of Monte Pincio, occasional browning, few old ms. notes). Baron Landau bookplate. Second Edition (first: 1572) of this Italian version of Aristotle&#146;s Poetica with commentary by Alessandro Piccolomini [1508-1578], Sienese prelate and man of letters, later Archbishop of Patras. Piccolomini is specially noted for having published the first star atlas in 1540, and for composing and publishing some of the earliest scientific expositions in the vernacular Italian. Adams P1104. BM STC Italian p. 52. Gamba 1213..

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        De gli elementi d&#39;Euclide libri quindici. Con gli scholii antichi tradotti prima in lingua latina da M. Federico Commandino da Urbino, & con commentarij illustrati et hora d&#39;ordine dell&#39;istesso trasportati nella nostra vulgare, e da lui riveduti.

      Urbino: Domenico Frisolino, 1575. Hard cover. Very Good/The first book printed in Urbino in the 16th century, and only the fourth overall. Urbino&#39;s presses lagged behind those of other Italian cities, due in part to Duke Federico&#39;s predilection for manuscripts. It seems Federico Commandino, the foremost mathematician of the generation before Galileo, had a press set up in his house. He hired in a printer, Domenico Frisolino, and there he published his translation into Italian of Euclid, based on his own Latin translation of 1572. Commandino died just as the sheets were coming off the press. His brother-in-law hastily attached a dedicatory letter (to Francesco Maria II della Rovere) explaining that the Commandino wanted the text to be available to "all who are served by mathematics," that is, even those who do not understand classical languages. Euclid&#39;s text is glossed by Commandino&#39;s running commentary, and illustrated with figures. . Folio; [16], 278 pages. Title page and all text pages ruled in typographic border. Typographic ornament on title page, 18 historiated initials (some duplicates) showing putti with geometer&#39;s instruments against a background of Italian hill towns. Numerous geometric figures in text. Bound in c19 (?) full mint green sheep, with red leather title label lettered and tooled in gilt. Edges stained indigo. Binding somewhat scuffed, with upper joint cracked; spine darkened and scuffed. Early ownership inscription on title page, later bookplate on front pastedown. Few marginal notes in contemporary hand. Very light occasional foxing present. References: Moranti, #4 ("un vero capolavoro tipografico" p.14); Gamba 1386 ("Nobile edizione").

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        De Privilegiis Rusticorum: Lib III O Fortunatos Nimium, Sua Si

      1575. Choppin, Rene [1537-1606]. De Privilegiis Rusticorum: Lib. III. O Fortunatos Nimium, Sua Si Bona Norint, Agricolas, Gnauosque Senes, Extrema per Illos Iustitia Excedens Terris Vestigia Fecit. Paris: Apud Nicolaum Chesneau, 1575 [colophon: 29 November 1574]. [xvi] 248, [24] pp. Quarto (9" x 6-1/2"). Contemporary limp vellum, early calligraphic title to spine, ties lacking. Negligible light shelfwear, text block partially detached from binding. Woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut decorated initials. Some toning, light dampspotting and early annotations to a few leaves. * First edition. Choppin (or Chopin) was a French jurist and an avocat of the Parlement of Paris. Like Jean Bacquet and Jean Bodin, Choppin drew on Roman law and feudal principles to advocate a centralized state under royal rule. De Privilegiis Rusticorum addresses legal privileges enjoyed by rural people in Roman and civil law. A well-written and remarkably comprehensive work, it went through seven subsequent editions in Latin. Its final edition, translated into French, was published in 1634. This was a rarely explored topic, and Choppin&#39;s treatise is the only early example we have encountered. According to the Biographie Universelle, "it deserves notice for the singularity of its subject, for its profound research, and the decisions it contains" (8:499). All editions are scarce today and rare in North American law libraries. OCLC locates three copies of the 1575 edition (at Columbia, George Washington University and Harvard). Camus, Profession d&#39;Avocat 1477.

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        Mondi Celesti, Terrestri, et Infernali, de gli Accademici Pellegrini. Mondo piccolo, grande, misto, visibile, imaginato , de pazzi et massimo. Inferno de gli Scolari, de Mal maritati, delle puttane e ruffiani, soldati e capitani poltroni, dottor cattivi, legisti, artisti, de gli usurai, de poeti e compositori ignoranti.

      Farri., Venetia. 1575 - In 16°, p. perg., cc.nn. 8 + pp. 431. Antip. fig., analoga inc. si trova al termine dell'opera. Capilettera. Marca tipografica al centro del front. Leggermente rifilato al marg. sup. .

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        Vocabularium Utriusque Iuris

      Michaelem Bonellum, Venice, 1575. Early Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Full contemporary vellum, browned and stained but intact. Scattered foxing and light damp staining internally, but largely clean - front endpapers worn. The first Venetian printing of this important and much reprinted legal dictionary first published in 1506 with Nebrija&#39;s collected legal writings as Aenigmata iuris civilis and first printed in this form with the Vocabularium in Lyon in 1556. It was reprinted throughout the Renaissance some 30 times (always in this form after 1556) and was a crucial and influential commentary on the follies of medieval law. 481ll, lacking the final blank, but otherwise complete with the register and colophon. Adams N130 (the 1597 edition). Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Law & Criminal Studies; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 043211. .

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        La Carte d'Europe

      Carta tratta dalla celebre Cosmographie Universelle de tout le Monde, traduzione francese della Cosmographia di Sebastian Muenster. La carta deriva da quella contenuta nella prima edizione del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius, 1570. A differenza del Muenster, questa opera è pubblicata in una sola edizione, e risulta pertanto molto rara. Le carte incluse sono differenti, e derivano da Ortelius, Braun & Hogenberg oltre che dal Muenster. Alcuni legni sono invece ripresi utilizzando le matrici pubblicate per la prima volta nel 1552 nella Cosmografia di Lione da Guèroult & Balthazar Arnoullet (1517-1556), nel Premier livre des figure set pourtraitz des villes plus illustre set renommées d?Europe, contenente 9 immagini urbane, perlopiù copiate dalla Cosmographia di Sebastian Muenster. Silografia, in buone condizioni. Rara. In 1575, François de Belleforest published a new edition of the Cosmographie Universelle of Münster (Germany). One section of city maps which in this work was reprinted, and this was the case for this map engraved in wood with finesse by Cruche.Woodcut, cut in the right side, in good condition. Parigi Paris 470 245

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        Contractus datiorum Bergomi, cum indice locupletissimo.

      de Turlini 1575 In folio (327x227), pagg. (28), 384 (erroneamente 483). Marca tipografica silogr. al frontespizio, iniziali istoriate entro cornici e testatine incise in legno.Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, titolo manoscritto al dorso ed etichetta in carta con vecchia segnatura.Edizione originale edita su incarico del consiglio cittadino che raccoglie le leggi tributarie, fiscali, contrattuali volte a regolamentare gli aspetti dell'economia agricola e artigianale del territorio bergamasco. Sono trattati i prodotti alimentari con riferimento alle diverse fasi della produzione, del trasporto, della pesatura, del confezionamento e del commercio. Vi sono inoltre capitoli sulla legislazione contrattuale, sulla lavorazione del ferro, sulla normativa carceraria. Infine sono indicate le pene applicate in caso di mancato rispetto delle norme daziarie.Nota di possesso manoscritta e note marginali.Legatura con usuali tracce d'uso, tracce di lacci.Ottimo esemplare su carta forte con ampi margini.Biblioteca del Senato, Catalogo della raccolta di statuti, Roma, 1943, I, p.106.

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        Haec est nobilis florens illa Neapolis, Campania civitas?

      L?opera è inserita nel Civitatis Orbis Terrarum, il primo atlante devoto esclusivamente alle piante e vedute delle principali città del mondo. Stampato in sei volumi tra il 1572 ed il 1617 ebbe grande fortuna e diffusione, tanto che ne furono stampate diverse edizioni tradotte in latino, tedesco e francese; gli intagli dei rami sono attribuiti a Franz Hogenberg e Simon van de Noevel. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. This work is part of the Civitatis Orbis Terrarum, the first atlas entirely dedicated to city plans and views of the main cities of the world. Printed in six volumes between 1572 and 1617, it has been translated in Latin, German and French; the carving of the branches has been ascribed to Franz Hogenberg and Simon van de Noevel. Anversa e Colonia Antwerpen & Cologne 485 335

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        De aquis Returbii Ticinensibus commentarii mineras, facultates et usum ear. explicantes: ......quae ad Thermarum Theoricam, a Practicam faciunt, accurate, egregieq; tractantur.

      (Lombardia, Pavia - Termalismo edizione '500) FRASCATI GABRIELE. De aquis Returbii Ticinensibus commentarii mineras, facultates et usum ear. explicantes: ......quae ad Thermarum Theoricam, a Practicam faciunt, accurate, egregieq; tractantur. Pavia, Bartoli, 1575. In 8° (cm 15x20), mezza pelle ottocentesca, 30 carte non numerate + 142 carte numerate. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Alcune mende: segnetto di tarlo (senza perdite) al margine bianco superiore delle ultime tre carte, due aloncini all'ultima carta e note manoscritte coeve con sottolineature al testo. Importante trattato storico-teorico-scientifico il cui autore bresciano divenne medico di fiducia alla corte di Spagna. Rara ediz. originale. (Rif.B5632-572/53)

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        Delle Lettere.

      in Vinegia, (Gualtiero Scoto), 1575 - 1552.4 voll. in-8° (151x102mm), pp. 382, (2); ff. 168 [in questo secondo volume la numerazione procede per fogli]; pp. (16), 432; (16), 268; legatura antica p. pergamena rigida con unghie e titolo in oro su tassello in pelle rossa ai dorsi. Tagli azzurri. Impresa tipografiche ai frontespizi incise su legno con Mercurio con che impugna il caduceo e abbraccia Minerva con elmo piumato, scudo e due dardi nella mano sinistra; le due divinità tengono i piedi incrociantisi su un dado e un libro chiuso). Capilettera ornati incisi su legno. Svariate dedicatorie ai vari volumi e indici dei corrispondenti in principion di ciascun volume. Alcune annotazioni di antica mano. Sparsi aloni ed arrossature, ma bell'esemplare nell'insieme. Assieme di due rare edizioni veneziane di Gualtiero Scoto delle lettere bembiane, con i primi due volumi appartenenti all'impressione del 1575 e i restanti due all'antecedente del 1552 (di cui quella del '75 costituisce una nuova emissione). Il primo volume contiene le lettere "A sommi Pontefici, a Cardinali et ad altri Signori et persone Ecclesiastice, scritte. Con la giunta della Vitta del Bembo"; i restanti tre contengono le epistole "a suoi congiunti et amici, et altri gentili huomini venitiani". Al primo vol., una vita del Bembo scritta da Francesco Sansovino. "Pregiata raccolta.. ai quali tutti vuolsi che abbia prestato sua assistenza Carlo Gualterazzi da Fano", annota il Gamba, che ricorda, citando Apostolo Zeno, come i figli di Aldo Manuzio si valessero dei caratteri dello Scoto, che era stato anche proto nella loro stamperia e, ancora, come lo stesso Renouard (Annales des Aldes) dubitasse, infondatamente, "che esistessero i quattro volumi dell'anno 1552" (tale dubbio è un'ulteriore conferma della rarità dell'edizione). "Lo Scoto.. nel medesimo anno 1575 ristampò anche il Volume Terzo della sua edizione 1552.. Il Volume Quarto credo non siasi mai ristampato, trovandosi sempre colla data del 1552" (Gamba). Le epistole indirizzate dal letterato veneziano a pontefici, cardinali ed ecclesiastici d'alto bordo raccolte nei primi due volumi vennero composte quando il Bembo svolgeva l'incarico di segretario personale di papa Leone X. Il Bembo mantenne l'ufficio di segretario fino al 1521, anno della morte del pontefice, acquistandosi il favore sia della Corte che del papa, dal quale fu adoperato non solo come segretario (vergò anche la maggior parte delle bolle pontificie), ma anche come Consigliere e inviato in missioni diplomatiche.Le epistole bembiane costituiscono un modello insuperato dell'epistolografia rinascimentale per nitore ed eleganza di stile e, insieme, una fonte di grande valore per la ricostruzione della storia ecclesiastica e politico-diplomatica del periodo. STC Italian, p. 80. Adams, B-591 e B-595-596. Index Aureliensis, 116.432 (ed. 1552). EDIT 16 CNCE 5084 (ed. 1575) e EDIT16 CNCE 5040 (ed. 1552). Gamba, 139. Razzolini / Bacchi della Lega, pp. 49-50: "Assai rare" [ed. 1552]; "Rare" [ed. 1575]; "è assai difficile rinvenirli uniti, ed ordinariamente non sono che i primi due voll. che si trovano in commercio".

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        Consiliorum? habes his typis omnium postremis praeter accuratum emendationem, Adnotationes repurgatas et expunctas, quae novis opinionibus et haereticis Orthodoxam Ecclelsiam laedebat. Et quod nostram censuram effugit, secunda pagina primi libri delendum etiam docet...

      Typis Andrea Wecheli, sumptibus Sig. Feyrabend 1575 Quattro parti in un volume in folio (cm. 37), cc. (4) 144; 174; 97; 110. Primo frontespizio in rosso e nero, capolettera, testate e una grande figura incisa e ripetuta a ciascuno dei quattro frontespizi. Legatura antica (seicentesca) in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e fregi in oro. Qualche brunitura alle prime carte, una fenditura ad una cerniera (che rimane comunque solida) peraltro esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Si tratta delle sole prime quattro parti di questa celebre opera che, completa, consta di otto volumi.

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        Commentarii. Ab Aldo Manutio Paulli F. Aldi N. emedati et scholiis illustrati.

      Venetiis, apud Aldum, 1575. 1575 In 8° (167x100mm), pagg. (248), 676 + (260) di scolii di Paolo Manuzio, di varianti testuali e di indici. Legatura settecentesca piena pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto in antico al dorso. Un ritratto xilografico di Aldo Manuzio entro ovale al frontespizio; al verso del frontespizio, stemma xilografico di Massimiliano II. Testalini e capilettera incisi su legno, 12 xilografie n.t. e 6 a piena pag.ina raffiguranti animali, fortificazioni, sbarramenti, sistemi di difesa terrestri e fluviali, muraglie, costruzioni di ponti, etc. una tavola ripiegata raffigurante due carte geografiche dei territori dell'attuale Spagna e dell'attuale Francia (la tavola presenta consistenti mancanze). Antichi timbri nobiliari e firme di possesso al frontespizio. Macchie e aloni marginali al frontespizio e alle prime cc. Bruniture sparse. Piccolo restauro ad una cuffia. Pregevole edizione figurata aldina, basata sulla precedente del 1513. In questa nuova edizione i rami furono incisi nuovamente; "Les gravures en bois de ce volume sont neuves, et valent mieux que celles des éditions précédentes" (Renouard). Lo stesso Aldo Manuzio il Giovane, scrivendo al Mureto, confessava: "Faccio anche fare le figure di nuovo, per esser le vecchie troppo vergognose". Renouard, 221/17. Adams, C-63. STC Italian Books, p. 135. Burgassi, p.153. Fournier, 1809. UCLA, IV, n. 620. Mortimer, N-96, note. Graesse, II, 6.

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        Ioan. Lucidi Samothei Chronicon

      apud Juntas 1575 Ioan. Lucidi Samothei Chronicon, seu, Emendatio temporum : ab orbe condito usqu(ue) ad annum Christi MDXXXV / cum additionibus r.p.d. Hieronymi Bardi Florentini Camaldulensis ab eodem anno usq(ue) ad annum 1575. Venetiis, apud Juntas, 1575. In 8vo; cc. 12n.nn., 200. Pergamena coeva slegata, titolo calligrafato al dorso. Camerini, Annali dei Giunti II, 772: ?Ristampa dell?edizione del 1536 con il testo ampliato sino all?anno 1575 da Girolamo Bardi?.

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      Legatura originale in piena pergamena floscia con titolo, sbiadito, manoscritto al dorso. 8 su 11 carte non numerate, compreso il frontespizio con titolo e grande tipografica, incollato alla pagina seguente a mò di rinforzo; 265 pagine numerate, dati tipografici ripetuti al verso di pag. 265; 1 carta bianca; 24 pagine non numerate; 12 carte non numerate; 35 pagine numerate, bianco il verso dell'ultima; 207 pagine numerate; 27 silografie nel testo raffiguranti il Lago Lemano, le città di Bourges, Besançon, Melun, Brindisi, Milazzo, Marsiglia etc.; 2 tavole silografiche a doppia pagina raffiguranti le città di Durazzo e Alexiae; numerosi capolettera a silografia. Opera rara e ricercata proprio per le sue illustrazioni. Esemplare in discrete condizioni, fioriture sparse qua e là, ricamo di tarlo alla parte superiore interna alle ultime 50 pagine (lontano dal testo), numerose sottolineature a penna di antica mano.

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