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        Drey hailsame Tractätlein. Das Erste, genant die Auffmunterung der Protestirenden im Reich. Das Ander: Demütigung derselben Protestanten. Das Dritt: Gründtlicher Bericht, von deß Luthers und seiner Lehr, Authoritet und Ansehen. 3 Teile in 1 Band. Graz, Georg Widmanstetter 1609. 4°. 6 Bll., 19 Bll.; 122 Bll.; 67 Bll., 1 Bl., mit Wappenholzschnitt auf Titelblatt verso, Hldr. d. 18. Jhdts. mit reicher Rverg. u. Rsch.

      - VD 17 23:280656Y (nur 1 Ex. in Wolfenbüttel) - Dünnhaupt 3749, 34 - Graff 262.- Erste Ausgabe dieser seltenen gegenreformatorischen Schriften.- "Die Teile scheinen auch einzeln zu existieren." (Dünnhaupt).- Caspar Schoppe (* 27. Mai 1576 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz; ? 19. November 1649 in Padua) war der größte deutsche Propagandist der katholischen Gegenreformation. ?Als ?consiliarius? Ferdinand?s wohnte er 1608 dem Regensburger Reichstage bei, wo seitens der Katholiken die Restitution der säcularisirten geistlichen Güter von den Protestanten verlangt wurde, verfaßte auch eine ganze Reihe religionspolitischer Schriften und besuchte im Auftrage des Erzherzogs eine große Zahl deutscher Fürsten, um den Boden für die Pläne Ferdinand?s vorzubereiten.? (ADB XXXIII, 481f.).- Titel etw. wasserfleckig u. mit kl. Randläsuren, leicht braun- od. wasserfleckig, Ebd. etw. berieben. [Attributes: First Edition]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        Institutio Christianae Religionis.

      Lausanne, Franciscus le Preux, 1576.. 4to. Titelblatt, 14 ungez. Bll., 380 gez. Bll., 72 ungez. Bll. (Index). Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband.. Erste Ausgabe des aus Bern stammenden Druckers Francois le Preux, erstmalig mit den gedruckten Randbemerkungen von Calladon. - Calvin (1509-1564), eigentlich Jean Cauvin, war der neben Martin Luther wichtigste, seiner Wirkung nach bedeutendste Reformator des 16. Jahrhunderts und wie Martin Luther ausgebildeter Rechtsgelehrter. Er nahm durchaus Einfluß auf die Rechtsentwicklung seiner Zeit. Große Juristen hielten sich bei Calvin in Genf auf und lehrten an der dortigen Universität: Francois Hotman, Dionysius Gothofredus oder der Italiener Julius Pacius sowie der Deutsche Jurist Hermann Vultejus. - Calvin war Sohn des Generalprokurators des Domkapitels von Noyon, Gerard Cauvin, widmete sich seit 1523 zu Paris dem philosophisch-theologischen Studium, ab 1529 der Jurisprudenz an den Universitäten Orleans und Bourges. Bereits an der Universität mit dem Protestantismus in Berührung gekommen, wandte er sich etwa ab 1530 dem religiösen Leben zu. 1534 verließ er Paris und Frankreich wegen der dort einsetzenden Verfolgungen von Protestanten und begab sich nach Basel. Dort verfasste Calvin im Jahre 1535 seine berühmte "Institutio religionis Chritianae", eine Art Abriß des christlichen Glaubens. Im Jahre 1536 war Calvin auf einer Reise nach Straßburg gezwungen, nach Genf auszuweichen. 1538 wurde er aufgrund seiner aufkeimenden Radikalität aus der Stadt Genf verbannt. Er wich wiederum nach Straßburg aus, schrieb dort die erweiterte Auflage der Institutio (1539, französische Ausgabe 1541). Von Straßburg aus nahm er an den Religionsgesprächen zu Hagenau (1540), Worms (1540 bis 1541) und Regensburg (1541) teil. Im Jahre 1541 erfolgte auch die Rückberufung nach Genf. In wiederum erweiterter Form gab er 1543 die dritte Auflage (französisch: 1545) seiner Institutio heraus. - Calvin vereinfachte gegenüber dem Luthertum die Liturgie, verschärfte aber die Sittenzucht, die er mehr und mehr radikalisierte. In den Jahre 1541 bis 1546 hatte Calvin 56 Todesurteile und 78 Verbannungen zu verantworten. Gegen dieses rigorose, tief ins bürgerliche Leben eingreifende Sittenregiment bildete sich seit 1545 eine Opposition. 1553 erschütterte jedoch die Hinrichtung des Antitrinitariers Servet ganz Europa. Seit 1555 erstritten die Anhänger Calvins die Mehrheit im Rat der Stadt Genf und verhalfen Calvin zur endgültigen Durchsetzung seiner Glaubens- und Sittenvorstellungen. Mit der Gründung der Universität im Jahre 1559 schuf Calvin die maßgebende Ausbildungsstätte für reformatorische Lehrer und Prediger in der europäischen Welt. - 1559 erschien die vierte Auflage der Institutio (französisch: 1560), die nunmehr die abschließende Gestalt erhalten hatte und gegenüber dem Erstdruck den fünffachen Umfang aufzuweisen hatte. - Calvin, als Persönlichkeit weniger impulsiv und schwerer greifbar als Martin Luther, tritt viel stärker als der deutsche Reformator hinter seinem Werk zurück: der als "Aufrichtung des Reiches Gottes auf Erden" aufgefassten Reformation. Über die Kirchen- und Theologiegeschichte sowie deren juristische Arbeitsfelder hat Calvin die politische Geschichte des frühneuzeitlichen Europa beeinflußt. Insbesondere die Wirtschaftsethik im anglosächsichen Raum speist sich heute aus den Lehren Calvins.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat + Verlag Klaus Breinlich]
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        Dantzigk [Danzig/Gdansk].

      Köln, 1576.. Kolorierter Kupferstich, Bildausschnitt 32,5 x 48,5 cm, Blattgr. 39 x 50 cm.. Füssel, Civitates orbis Terrarum, p. 182, Imago poloniae K 112/1. Älteste gedruckte Ortsansicht von Danzig [Gdansk], aufgenommen vom Hagelsberg in Richtung Danziger Bucht und Weichselmündung, im Vordergrund spazierende Patrizier in ihrer typischen Tracht, im Hintergrund Schiffe auf Ostsee und Weichsel, im Himmel der Stadtname in einer Renaissancekartusche, flankiert von dem polnischen Staats- und dem Danziger Stadtwappen, die zehnzeilige Textkartusche unten links erwähnt Danzig als "opulentißima Prussiae Urbs, ac noblie Mercatorum Emporium", "die reichste Stadt Preußens und bekannter Handelshafen"; gemalt wurde die Vorlage von einem nicht namentlich bekannten niederländischen Künstler auf Veranlassung und Kosten von Dr. Adam Wachendorf, Sekretär der Hanse in London; aus der 1576 erschienenen einzigen deutschsprachigen Ausgabe des zweiten Bandes des Städtebuchs von Braun-Hogenberg; Kolorit wohl nicht zeitgemäß, Mittelfalz etwas knittrig, sonst in gutem Zustand.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH]
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        Floresta Española de Apothegmas o sentencias

      Salamanca, Pedro Lasso 1576 - 12º (13 x 6,4 cm.) 12 h. inc. port., 192 fols. Pleno marroqueen habana del siglo XIX, hierro dorado al centro en planos, lomo con nervios, cantos, contracantos, cabeza y cortes dorados [Capé] Edición rarísima, de la que no se conoce ningún ejemplar en España. La primera edición vió la luz en 1574 y todas las primeras ediciones son de extremada rareza. Dedicada a Juan de Austria, la Floresta española de apotegmas y sentencias, sabia y graciosamente dichas, de algunos españoles ofrece una recopilación de dichos, sentencias y refranes de la lengua castellana dividida en once partes: de eclesiásticos, nobles, respuestas ingeniosas, funcionarios de justicia, profesiones, artistas y enamorados, dichos graciosos, lisiados o deformes, burlas, dichos extravagantes y mujeres e inválidos. Mezcla frases anecdóticas, sentencias, cuentecillos, chistes, misceláneas y datos biográficos de muchos personajes tomados de una gran diversidad de fuentes. NINGÚN EJEMPLAR REGISTRADO EN ESPAÑA. Palau, nota al 297922; Catálogo del marqués de Jerez, p. 140; García Moreno, Catálogo Paremiológico, p. 153; Ruiz Fidalgo, 938 cita solo un ejemplar conocido en la Biblioteca de Ajuda en Portugal [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Delirium Books · Susana Bardón]
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        Aureae Iurium Addictiones, Annotationes, & Quaedam Advertentiae

      1576. Digest of Rulings by Matteo D'Afflito Ursilli, Cesare [16th. Cent.]. [D'Afflito, Matteo (c.1450-c.1529)]. Aureae Iurium Addictiones, Annotationes, & Quaedam Advertentiae, Cum Quibusdam Novis Decisionibus Casibusque in Facto Contingentibus ad Decisiones Sacri Consilii D. Matthei de Afflicto. Assito Repertorio Amplissimo Rerum Omnium per Ordinem Alphabeti. Cum Privilegio Anno XV. Venice: Expensis D. Iacobi Anelli de Maria, 1576. [viii], 612, [96] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary quarter patterned paper over contrasting paper boards, early hand-lettered title to bottom edge. Some rubbing with light wear to extremities, front hinge starting. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut initials. Early owner annotation to front pastedown, early signature to title page, a few brief underlinings and check marks to text. Inkspots to edges, faint finger smudges and stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Second edition. With index. First published in 1568, this is a digest of Neapolitan cases decided by Matteo D'Afflito, an important jurist, royal official and author of notable Tractatus de Jure Protomiseos (1544). KVK locates 2 copies of this edition, 4 copies of all editions. 1 copy located in North America (at Harvard Law School). Not in Adams or the British Museum Catalogue.

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        Regia via crucis. Antwerp, Balthasar Moretus (Officina Plantiniana), 1635. 8vo (18 x 11.5 x 4 cm). With engraved title-page showing Christ, Saint Teresa of Avila and 2 unidentified men and 38 full-page emblematic engravings. Richly gold-tooled calf (ca. 1665), each board with the arms of (apparently) Abbot Placidus Buechauer (1611-1669) of Kremsmünster, gilt and elaborately gauffered edges.

      Funck p. 328; Landwehr, Emblem Books Low Countries 271; Praz, p. 361; STCV 6843143. First edition (first issue), the only edition in the original Latin, of a lovely devotional emblem book with an engraved title-page and 38 engraved emblems, all on the theme of the holy cross, all engraved by Cornelis Galle the elder (1576-1650), at least the title-page after a drawing by Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1648). The history of the present copy is unusually interesting and well documented. The first documented owner was Jakob Adalbert Schrenk(1634-1674) best known as a composer of church music. The 1650 inscription on the title-page shows that when he was 15 or 16 he gave it to Gotthard Freyd, then also at Kremsmünster. The book found its way to the Abbot at Kremsmünster, Placidus Buechauer (1611-1669), who had it splendidly bound before his 1669 death. With water stains at the head of one quire and the half-title speckled with ink(?), but generally in very good condition. The binding shows a few small wormholes, minor cracks or small abrasions and lacks the ties, but is still very good, with the tooling well preserved.

      [Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830)]
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        Operum reverendi et clarisssimi theologi, D. Ioannis Brentii, praepositi Stutgardiani. Tomus Primus. In Quo Centinentur sequentes Commentarij. In Genesin Stutgardiae, Exodum Tubingae, Exodum Stutgardiae, Leviticum Halae Sueuorum, Numeros Stutgardiae, Deuteronomium Stutgardiae elucubrati. Accessit Index Rerum et Verborum memorabilium copiosissimus.

      Tubingae, Georgius Gruppenbachius 1576. "(18) 1107 (24) p. Contemporary blindstamped Pigskin over wooden boards and ribbed back with title, Folio (spine-ends a bit torn, 'Reformationsband' with many stamps on the boards depicting various saints. Johann Brenz (1499-1570) was a German reformer. Under the influence of Luther he reorganized his church at Hall, Suabia, but at the time of the Smalkaldie War, in 1546, he was obliged to flee to Württemberg. He was appointed minister of the Collegiate Church of Stuttgart in 1553, and is said to have been the first exponent of the Reformation there. In the controversies between Zwingli and Luther, he took the side of the latter, and with others wrote the famous Syngramma Suevicum (1525). He was a writer of great ability and popularity. One of his teachings was that the body of the Lord is everywhere present; hence his followers were called 'Ubiquitarians.')".

      [Bookseller: Antiquariaat De Roo]
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        Homiliae, sive conciones praestantissimorum ecclesiae catholicae doctorum, in totius anni evangelia, ab Albino Flacco Alcuino iussu Caroli Magni primum acri judicio collectae, & subinde ab aliis non parum auctae. Quibus accessêre in totius aeque anni epistolas, conciones exegeticae, opera F. Laurentii Surii Carthusiani ex praecipuis Patribus accuratè congestae: cuius etiam studio Homiliae hactenùs editae ab innumeris sunt mendis vindicatae, permultae suis authoribus inscriptae: loca etiam annotata, unde pleraeque omnes sumptae sint. Denique iam recèns totum opus ab eodem recognitum, & aliquot locis auctum est. ... Accessit rerum et sententiarum index copiosissimus

      Köln, Maternus Cholinus 1576. 32 cm. (10), 1082, (50) Seiten mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder-Band der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Messingschließen, der Rücken braun gefärbt - VD16 P 1059 - Index Aurel. 103.087 - Adams vergleiche H-819 - Von Paulus Diaconus (Warnefried; geb. ca. 720-30 in Friuli, gestorben ca. 799 in Monte Cassino) im Auftrag Karls des Großen zusammengestelltes Homiliar, "welches bis zur Gegenwart den Grundstock der Brevierlesungen bildet ..." (Kosch DLL XI, 980). Die Einbanddecken sind mit drei Rollen- und Doppelblindlinien kassettiert; die äußere Rolle zeigt ein Rankenmuster, die mittlere zeigt Porträts in ovaler Umrandung, die innere Rolle zeigt Fides, Spes, Sapientia. Einband etwas berieben und Wurmlöcher, Schließhaken entfernt, leicht gebräunt, stellenweise stockfleckig, auf Titel zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerke, S. 173 und 176 (einseitig unbedruckt) durch Kopien ersetzt. - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

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        S Corporation Taxation (2014)(TitleLanguage) S Corporation Taxation (2014)

      CCH Inc., 2013-12-11. paperback. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Paperback. Pub Date :2013-12-11 Pages: 1576 Language: English Publisher: CCH Inc The S corporation is the most popular entity for closely held businesses. but the rules that regulate S corporations and make them a popular choice are complex.. confusing and changing. CCHs popular S Corporation Taxation offers an in-depth and comprehensive analysis of S corporation taxation and uses extensive examples to illustrate both simple and complex situations. In areas where authorities do not provide cl... Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        Aureae Iurium Addictiones, Annotationes, & Quaedam Advertentiae.

      1576 - Digest of Rulings by Matteo D'Afflito Ursilli, Cesare [16th. Cent.]. [D'Afflito, Matteo (c.1450-c.1529)]. Aureae Iurium Addictiones, Annotationes, & Quaedam Advertentiae, Cum Quibusdam Novis Decisionibus Casibusque in Facto Contingentibus ad Decisiones Sacri Consilii D. Matthei de Afflicto. Assito Repertorio Amplissimo Rerum Omnium per Ordinem Alphabeti. Cum Privilegio Anno XV. Venice: Expensis D. Iacobi Anelli de Maria, 1576. [viii], 612, [96] pp. Main text printed in parallel columns. Quarto (8" x 6"). Contemporary quarter patterned paper over contrasting paper boards, early hand-lettered title to bottom edge. Some rubbing with light wear to extremities, front hinge starting. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut initials. Early owner annotation to front pastedown, early signature to title page, a few brief underlinings and check marks to text. Inkspots to edges, faint finger smudges and stains to a few leaves, interior otherwise fresh. * Second edition. With index. First published in 1568, this is a digest of Neapolitan cases decided by Matteo D'Afflito, an important jurist, royal official and author of notable Tractatus de Jure Protomiseos (1544). KVK locates 2 copies of this edition, 4 copies of all editions. 1 copy located in North America (at Harvard Law School). Not in Adams or the British Museum Catalogue. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB]
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        Les livres de Polydore Vergil d'Urbin, des inventeurs des choses.

      par Benoist Rigaud 1576 - - par Benoist Rigaud, A Lyon 1576, in 16 (11,3x8,5cm), 313pp. (7), Un Vol. relié. - L'ouvrage fut mis à l'index et fut réédité en 1575 sous une forme expurgée, la première traduction française semble avoir paru en 1527 selon un exemplaire de l'université de Glasgow., bien qu'une donnée contradictoire donne 1528 comme date de la première édition française en latin par Robert Etienne. Rare, comme toutes les éditions. Absent de la BNF et des catalogues français (exception d'une édition à Lyon de 1586), comme de nombreuses bibliothèques. Brunet donne 1499 comme la date de l'originale V, 1135. le Grégoire donne 1571 pour la première édition.? Cartonnage à papier brique XVIIIème ou début XIXème, encre du titre estompée et illisible. Polydore Vergil (1470-1555) est né et mort à Urbino, après avoir étudié à Bologne et Padoue, il devint le secrétaire du duc d'Urbino et le chambellan d'Alexandre VI. Ses deux premiers écrits le rendirent célèbres et obtinrent une grande popularité 'Proverbiorum libellus' et 'De inventoribus rerum', traduite en français par 'Les inventeurs des choses'. En 1501 le pape l'envoya en Angleterre, devenant l'intime de Henri VII, ce dernier lui commanda une histoire d'Angleterre par lequel Polydore devint le premier historien moderne, ne se contentant pas d'établir une simple chronique mais étudiant les événements, ainsi il influença tous les historiens futurs et même shakespeare dans sa vision de l'histoire. Il revint dans son pays natal lors des changements religieux en Angleterre. (Encyclopédie Catholique). Sous la forme d'articles, il est traité de toutes sortes d'inventions, du sel, de la poterie, de la peinture, du lin, de la musique. Le livre est aussi une histoire de la médecine et de la magie. Polydore Vergil a naturellement abondamment puisé dans les Anciens. 313pp. (7) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet]
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        Comoediae ) Librorum manuscriptorum opera Dionys. Lambini mostroliensis emendatus: ab eodemque commentariis explicatus, et nunc primum in lucem editus.D. Lambini continentur.

      Apud Joannem Macaeum, in Monte D. Hilarij sub scuto britanniae, Lutetiae 1576 - [500 Teatro](cm. 34.5) cartonato recente uso antico. Titolo manoscritto al dorso. -cc. 4 nn., pp. 1118, cc. 39 nn. con indice privilegio e colophon. Grande marca al frontis, bellissimi fregi e grandi capilettera di ottima fattura. Prima edizione col commento del Lambini, molto rara. Graesse :" tres estimee a cause du commentaire; Lambin etant mort avant l'achevement de son travail, Jac. Helias l'a termine". Essendo a grandi margini è quasi sicuramente uno degli esemplari in carta particolare che cita Brunet:"en existe des esemplaires en gr. papier, qui sont rares et assez precieux". Qualche ombreggiatura alle prime due carte e lievissima e uniforme a tutto il volume, ma buon esemplare marginoso e nitido. * Adams P 1500; *BM. STC: French 355; *Graesse V 327; * Brunet IV 708. [F. 81] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA]
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        BANDO CIRCA L'ORDINE DA TENERSI PER QUELLI CHE COMPERANO PANNO À TAGLIO Pubblicato per commession e de Signori Riformatori e Conservatori dell'Arte di Porta Santa Maria, Il dì 18. di Dicembre 1576. In Fiorenza, Appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1576.

      - Cartaceo coevo, cm 21,5x15, pp 4, 4 carte bianche. Stemma mediceo al front., bel capolett. figurato. Due pagine recano, al verso, con segnatura coeva a penna, i numeri 69 e 70. Ottimo esempl., nitido e con ampi margini.

      [Bookseller: EDITORIALE UMBRA SAS]
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        Vita di Giesu cristo nostro redentore¿fatta volgare da M. Franc. Sansovino.Nella quale con Pia, et santa dottrina si espongono con facilità gli evangeli¿opera non meno necessaria a predicatori et parrocchini¿con le tavole dei vangeli correnti¿.

      (Comin da Trino), Venetia 1576 - [Figurato-Religione] (cm. 30,5) bella mezza pelle recente nervi, titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. -cc.16 nn., cc 465. con circa 180 xiliografie entro bella bordura architettonica con gli episodi della vita del redentore. Edizione molto rara. Riveduta ed ampliata dallo stesso Sansovino su quella del 1570. il Sansovino spiega il motivo di questa sua traduzione (vedi argelati II p.268) per la morte di una sua figlia undicenne, grande sollievo fu per lui la lettura di questa opera. La nostra edizione è fra le più rare del XVI sec. Manca ad Adams, BM.STC., Choix, Mortimer, e Moranti. Per la marca tipografica del Comin da Trino vedi Zappella fig. 552. manca l¿ultima carta probabilmente bianca, vecchi restauri marginali ad alcune carte e una macchia al margine interno, lontano dal testo di 6 cc.(cc212-217) altrimenti esemplare buono con nitide xilografie. All¿inizio si trovano in più, 4 pp.manoscritte antiche con ¿tavola per trovare li evangeli¿ *Haim ¿libri rari italiani¿ p150,è l¿unico riferimento bibliografico che abbiamo trovato. Il Census ICCU, registra solo 8 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane.[f56] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: LIBRI ANTICHI E RARI FRANCESCO&CLAUDIA]
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        COMMENTARIORUM IN SUAM CONCORDIAM, AC TOTAM HISTORIAM EVANGELICAM. PARTES IIII.

      - Lovaina ( Flandes - Belgica ). Apud Petrum Zangrium Tiletanum. 1576. 34x22 cm. portada con Emblema +3 folios dedicatoria a Phipippo II+8 folios de Índices+1123 págs.+7 folios de Indices, 3 portadas con Emblema, en las páginas 231 ¿ 479 ¿ 748. Letras Capitulares ilustradas, Gran Encuadernación en plena piel época, sobre tabla, nervios, planos gofrados con figuras humanas y texto debajo, encuadradas en pasillos, cantoneras metálicas en puntas inferiores y canto, falto de algún trocito de metal, lomo roto y faltando un trozo entre nervio y nervio, marca de cierres que no tiene, cortes tintados, al verso de la tapa superior manuscrito en Vitela de época anterior al libro, utilizado como refuerzo de la tapa, en guarda posterior manuscrito de la época. Exlibris de anterior propietario. Jansenius fué el primer obispo de la diocesis de Gante en 1568, nombrado por Felipe II, participo como doctor de Teologia en el concilio de Trento, siendo presidente del colegio de teologia de la Universidad de Lovaina entre 1562 - 1568. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Flores Operum D. Bernardi Abbatis Clarevallensis, Cum Sacrae Scripturae Professoribus, Tum Caeteris Omnibus Ultissimi.

      Gulielmo Rovillium, Lugduni 1576 - Early edition [1576], first published in 1556. In Latin. Early binding with decorative blindstamped subralibros on both covers, raised spine bands, cover piercings for ties or clasp, about 12cm tall, 774, [26] pages. Most of spine covering chipped away, front cover holding by two of three binder's cords, corners worn to rounded, ties or clasp no longer present, text block sound, front free endpaper detached but present, minor insect damage to outer margins of last few leaves, notes on front free endpaper and verso of title page, occasional old notes and underlining, name of J. Davey on title page. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        REPORTORIO MUY COPIOSO DE EL TEXTO Y LEYES DE LAS SIETE PARTIDAS

      - Reportorio muy copioso de el texto y leyes de las Siete Partidas, Agora en esta ultima Impresión, hecho por el Licenciado Gregorio López de Tovar, va por su Abecedario.- En Salamanca, En casa de Domingo de Portonariis, Impressor de la Catholica Real Magestad, 1576; 3 partes en un volumen en folio mayor plena piel con siete nervios, hierros dorados en lomo y rueda gofrada en tapas, realizada por Luna, Parte 1ª, Reportorio . , 62 hojas no foliadas incluida portada; mas 18 hojas no foliadas de "Tabla de las Leyes de los Títulos de las Siete Partidas, Según la Impressión según la Francia por Francisco de Velasco ." Parte 2ª. Omnes fere tituli tam iuris vivilis, quam canonici leguntur in istis Septem Partitarum legibus, . 8 hojas incluida portada con escudo grabado. Parte 3ª. Index seu Repertorium materiarum ac utriusque iuris decisionum quae in Singulis Septem Paritarum glosis continentur: Copiosisime atque loculentissime concinnantum, per . 221 hojas incluida portada con escudo grabado. Impresión a dos columnas con capitulars grabadas. Ejemplar con portada de la primera parte restaurada en margen externo sin afectar a texto, manchas de óxido en el papel de las 3 partes y falto de la última hoja de la tercera parte. Palau nº 142083., habla del ejemplar de la British Library. Muy rara edición.

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        Prima Pars Consiliurum Celeberrimi, conssumatissimique iuris consuti, Doctoris Burgensis Marci Salon de Pace (Regiae Pinciane Cancellariae causarum patroni meritissimi) aptifsimis Summariis illustrata.

      Excudebat Franciscus à Canto, Methymnae Campi 1576 - 27 cm. Plena piel moderna. Lomo cuajado. Márgenes cortos. Gran escudo de armas grabado en portada, circundado con lema. Capitulares ilustradas. Texto a dos columnas. Ejemplar muy raro, en excelente estado. 169 folios. 1 h. 25 fols (falta última hoja del índice) En latín. El pago contrarrembolso lleva un recargo de 2 euros. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Valerii Maximi Dictorum, factorumque memorabilium, ad Tiberium Aug. lib. IX A Stephano Pighio et Claudio Mitalerio Viennensi restituti & emendati, Accessit et de praenomine incerti auctoris fragmentum. Quae hoc volumine contineantur sequens pagella indicabit.

      Apud Ant. Gryphium 1576 - 1 vol. in-16 rel. d'époque plein vélin, Apud Ant. Gryphium, Lugduni [ Lyon ], 1576, 12 ff. n. ch., 555 pp., 145 pp., 12 ff. n. ch. et 1 f. blanc Etat très satisfaisant (rel. anc. frottée, 3 derniers ff. faibles, bon état par ailleurs) pour cette édition recherchée pour les savants commentaires de Vinand. Baudrier, VIII, 340 N° 4 et 9 Langue: Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Le Navigationi et viaggi nella nella Turchia, di Nicolo de Nicolai del Delfinato Signor d'Arfevilla, Cameriere & geografo Ordinario del Re di Francia, con diverse singolarità in quelle parti dall'Autore viste & osservate. Novamente tradotto di Francese in volgare, da Francesco Flori da Lilla.

      Guillaume Silvius 1576 - Petit in-4 de (8) ff., 325 pp. (nombreuses erreurs de pagination), (15) ff., 60 planches de costumes à pleine page. Relié en plein vélin rigide à recouvrement de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. PREMIERE EDITION EN ITALIEN, TRADUITE SUR L'EDITION FRANÇAISE PUBLIEE A LA MEME DATE PAR LE MEME IMPRIMEUR. LA PRESENTE EDITION EST ORNEE DE 60 SUPERBES PLANCHES GRAVEES SUR BOIS DE COSTUMES. BEL EXEMPLAIRE GRAND DE MARGES CAR CONSERVE DANS SA PREMIERE RELIURE EN VELIN A RECOUVREMENT DE L'EPOQUE. *** FIRST EDITION IN ITALIAN, TRANSLATED FROM THE FRENCH EDITION PUBLISHED AT THE SAME DATE AND BY THE SAME PRINTER.THE PRESENT EDITION IS ILLUSTRATED WITH 60 SUPERB WOOD ENGRAVED PLATES OF COSTUMES. A NICE WIDE-MARGINED COPY PRESERVED IN ITS ORIGINAL OVERLAPPING VELLUM BINDING. *** [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antonii Montecatini Ferrariensis In eam partem iii. libri Aristotelis de Anima, quae est de Mente Humana Lectura

      Ferrariae Ex typis Haeredum Francisci Rubei. 1576. In binding with Arms of J. A. De Thou. - (Continens partitiones, resolutiones q's, exemplum earum, quas in omnia eiusdem Aristotelis opera Auctor meditabatur. Adiunctis quibusdam Scholijs, quaestionibus, & in digressiones Averrois digressionibus. Omnia a Hieronymo Bovio Ferrarien. collecta & edita. Ad Sereniss. Principem Alfonsum II. Ferrariae Ducem.). Folio; 12 3/4 x 8 1/4"; page size: 31.6 x 20.2 mm. 475pp. including charts (.de Mente humana): pp.7-14. Ecclesiastical approval, Register. Fine woodcut printer's device of pine tree with motto: "Sua cuique dies" on verso p. 475. Heraldic titlepage woodcut & fine woodcut heading & initials. Old calf with simple single & double line rules framing a 3 1/2 x 2 1/2" gilt heraldic stamp on front & back covers featuring an oval of tied bays surrounding a shield with angel-head crest & 3 bees & chevron within the shield & name: IAC. AVGVUST. THVANVS. Spine in 7 compartments with 6 monograms formed of the letters I A D T. See J. Pearson Catalogue "Two Hundred Books.World's Greatest Book Collectors" p. 20 #27 for De Thou's & his wife's armorial bookbinding. Age related defects are present to the binding, with some leather partially worn off of the spine and corners. The covers show some wear and abrasions. Heraldic gilt medallions are quite clear but gilt titling & monograms on spine are faded. The binding is unrestored. No copy of the Montecatini De Anima was reported by libraries in US in the pre-1956 NUC or Supplement & is in itself quite a rare book. Text edges show light age tanning, but generally the text block is clean & sound. In ink in upper right of front paste down: Vestibule 1ere T. B 49 (this location mark has transfered to facing endpaper). In pencil on same front endpaper a former owner has added this thought from T. F. Dibdin: "Volumes from the Library of Grolier and De Thou - names dear to Book-Collectors: as an indifferent copy has hardly ever yet been found which was once deposited on the shelves of Either Dibdin, Tour Ed II. II. 51." and a former owner's name also in pencil: "J. P. Gram 1918, Nov." Few items from the library of this great scholar come to sale today. Weight: 3 1/2 lbs. (Latin text). Resources relating to this subject (not necessarily mentioning this item): "Books From the Library of Jacques Auguste De Thou" by L. J. Lloyd in Book Handbook No. 1, London: The Book Centre, 1947, pp.1-17. "Aristotle: texts and commentaries to 1700 in the University of Pennsylvania Library. A catalogue by Lyman W. Riley" UPP, (1961). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nouum Foedus. Iesv Christi D. N. Novvm Testamentum [New Testament]. Theodoro Beza interprete

      Heidelbergae [Heidelberg]:: Excudebat Iacobus Mylius, impensis Matthaei Harnisch.. 1576.. 8vo: A - 2Q^8 [2Q8 a blank]. 6-14" x 3-7/8". 1st edition thus. Not in Adams, nor in Darlow & Moule [though see 6162, for a 1574 edition of this translation]. [5], 302, [1 (blank)] ll.. Period C. full brown calf with centerpiece arabesque, bracketed by initials "H D", stamped in blind to both boards.. Bookplate. 2P1 lacking lower corner (affects text of printed gloss. on 2P1r). Extensive prior owner marginal notes to E7v, O6v, O7r,. 2C5v, 2D3v & 2D4r. Withal, a VG copy of a rare 16th C New Testament.. The blindstamped arabesque on this binding strongly supports a 16th C. origin [cf. Gibson. EARLY OXFORD BINDINGS]. & & OCLC records 4 holdings, of which just one is in the United States [St. Mark's Library]. . Printer's device to t.p. Tailpieces. Printer's device to last page.

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        Orthographia da lingoa portuguesa. Obra util, & necessaria, assi pera bem screver a lingoa hespanhol, como a latina, & quaesquer outras, que da latina teem origem.?

      Lisbon, João Barreira, 1576. - Large woodcut printer's device on title of palm tree with mountains and setting (rising?) sun in background, in an oval frame, with the words "Omnia" and "Omnibvs" vertically at each side. Woodcut initials. (4 ), 78 ll. 4°, eighteenth-century mottled sheep (slight wear to extremities), flat spine richly gilt, crimson leather lettering piece, gilt letter, text-block edges sprinkled red. Some soiling to title-page; occasional light waterstains. Substantial contemporary or slightly later annotation in outer blank margin of leaf H8 recto. Overall in good to very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION of the first comprehensive treatise on proper Portuguese spelling, and only the second published study of any aspect of the Portuguese language, preceded by Fernão de Oliveira's Portuguese grammar of 1536 (see Saraiva & Lopes, @História da literatura portuguesa, 9th ed., p. 25). It can be seen as part of the widespread effort in the sixteenth century to standardize the orthography of vernaculars.Duarte Nunes de Leão (ca. 1530-1608), whose name appears on the title page as Duarte Nunez de Lião (which is sometimes also given as Liam), historian, philologist, geographer, and jurisconsult (ca. 1530-1608), was born at Évora and studied civil law at Coimbra. He eventually rose to the position of judge of the Casa da Supplicação (court of appeals). His many other published works include the @Repertorio dos cinquo livros das ordenacões (Lisbon, 1560), an important summary of Portuguese laws (updated by his @Leis extravagantes, Lisbon, 1569), @Chronicas dos Reis de Portugal (Lisbon, 1600), @Origem da lingoa portuguesa (Lisbon, 1606), and @Decripção do Reino de Portugal (Lisbon, 1610).---- Innocêncio II, 210. Anselmo 225. BN, Lisboa, @Catálogo dos impressos de tipografia portuguesa do século XVI 410. Barbosa Machado I, 736?7. King Manuel 154. Welsh, @Greenlee Collection 2606. Palau 196757. Azevedo?Samodães 2244. Mindlin, @Highlights 504. Palha 668. Salvá 2359. Heredia 1481. NUC: DLC, ICN, MH OCLC: Cornell, UCal [Bancroft, ARL], Berkeley, Illinois, Harvard, Oxford. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Zeen Artzney, Dieselbigen gut vnnd gesundt zubehalten, Auch allerhand gebrechen, mängel vnd weetagen der Zeen zubenennen vnd heilen. Alte schäden, löcher vnd beulen gründlich zuheilen, Mit dem holtz Guaiaco, Frantzosen Holtz genant. Den Erbgrinde an alten vnd jungen zuheilen, vnd widerumb haar zuziehen

      Frankfurt, Christian Egenolff d. Ä., 1576.. Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 40 unnum. Bll. Pappband. 16 x 10 cm. VD16 ZV 20287; Poletti 207; Crowley 1; Sudhoff, Geschichte der Zahnheilkunde 153f. - Sehr seltene letzte Ausgabe des 16. Jhdts. der "Zene Artzney", die seit 1530 insgesamt 14 Auflagen erfuhr. Von einem unbekannte geblieben Arzt aus Mittweida verfasst, ist es "Das erste Schriftchen über Zahnpflege und Zahnbehandlung, das bis heute in der Weltliteratur bekannt ist ... Das `Artzney Buchlein" steht als Malstein in der Gesamtentwicklung der Zahnheilkunde" (Sudhoff). Vorliegende Ausgabe enthält auch das Werk des Colmarer Arztes Lorenz Fries über die Heilung der Syphilis ("Ein klarer Bericht..."), eine Schrift vom Erbgrind und auf den letzten achten Seiten den "Bericht wider die Pestilentz" des Adam Lonitzer. Der Titelholzschnitt stellt eine Zahnoperation dar, neugierig und angstvoll beobachtet von einer Gruppe Zuschauer. - Leicht fleckig und tls. etwas eselsohrig, letztes Blatt mit Resten eines Blattweisers. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar!

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        Zeen Artzney, Dieselbigen gut vnnd gesundt zubehalten, Auch allerhand gebrechen, mängel vnd weetagen der Zeen zubenennen vnd heilen. Alte schäden, löcher vnd beulen gründlich zuheilen, Mit dem holtz Guaiaco, Frantzosen Holtz genant. Den Erbgrinde an alten vnd jungen zuheilen, vnd widerumb haar zuziehen.

      Frankfurt, Christian Egenolff d. Ä., 1576. - Mit gr. Titelholzschnitt. 40 unnum. Bll. Pappband. 16 x 10 cm. VD16 ZV 20287; Poletti 207; Crowley 1; Sudhoff, Geschichte der Zahnheilkunde 153f. - Sehr seltene letzte Ausgabe des 16. Jhdts. der "Zene Artzney", die seit 1530 insgesamt 14 Auflagen erfuhr. Von einem unbekannte geblieben Arzt aus Mittweida verfasst, ist es "Das erste Schriftchen über Zahnpflege und Zahnbehandlung, das bis heute in der Weltliteratur bekannt ist . Das `Artzney Buchlein" steht als Malstein in der Gesamtentwicklung der Zahnheilkunde" (Sudhoff). Vorliegende Ausgabe enthält auch das Werk des Colmarer Arztes Lorenz Fries über die Heilung der Syphilis ("Ein klarer Bericht."), eine Schrift vom Erbgrind und auf den letzten achten Seiten den "Bericht wider die Pestilentz" des Adam Lonitzer. Der Titelholzschnitt stellt eine Zahnoperation dar, neugierig und angstvoll beobachtet von einer Gruppe Zuschauer. - Leicht fleckig und tls. etwas eselsohrig, letztes Blatt mit Resten eines Blattweisers. Insgesamt recht gutes Exemplar! [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BIBLIA AD VETUSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA Nunc recens castigata. In quibus, præterea quæ subsequens præfatio indicat, capita singula ita versibus distincta sunt, ut numeri præfixi, lectorem non remorentur, & loca quæsita tanquam digito demonstrent.

      Venetiis, Apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, & socios, 1576.Cum licentia superiorum. THE BEVILACQUA ILLUSTRATED BIBLE, FIRST ISSUE 1576, Latin text, FOLIO, approximately 385 x 255 mm, 15 x 10 inches, elaborate engraved architectural title page with vignette of St Jerome and the lion below title (repeated on *4r,) the borders with scroll work and grotesques, the words "Biblia ad vetustissima" zylographic, woodcut pictorially decorated headpieces, large historiated initials, numerous small decorated initials, tailpieces and other decorations, 610 very interesting woodcut illustrations including 42 repetitions (the St Jerome already noted), text printed in 2 columns, Roman letter and small Roman marginalia, pages: [16], 792, 16 of 62, LACKING PAGES 655 / 656 and INDEX PAGES 17 - 62 PLUS COLOPHON LEAF, collation: *8, A - Ccc8 ( - Ss8), Ddd4, A - D8 ( - 2nd B - 2nd D8), bound in modern dark blue morocco grain leather, raised bands to spine, gilt title and date, 4 new endpaper leaves. Spine darkened and covers unevenly darkened, a touch of rubbing to head of spine and top corners, title page slightly darkened in fore - edge and upper margins, very little pale browning within border, very slight wear to lower half of fore - edge, similar darkening to following 7 leaves, large pale brown damp stain to lower corners of *3 - C1 diminishing in size and intensity, tiny worm track in top margin from *4 - *7, another from Yy4 - Zz6, and in fore - edge margin from Aaa1 - to (2nd)A8, no loss of text, a little pale foxing to upper margin, occasional small stains or marks to margins, small light stain on 4 pages, no loss of legibility, small closed tear to lower margin of page 121 with neat old repair, another to page 183 with neat archival tape repair, very few blocks slightly worn, most very sharp and clear, some light brown staining to outer margin of page 230, small dark smudge on 1 woodcut on page 271 with slight loss, text and images mostly very clean. A very good copy of a profusely and well illustrated 16th century Bible. (lacking 1 leaf of OT and 24 leaves of index and the colophon leaf at the end of the volume). According to Mortimer the xylographic title indicates an earlier setting in which the vertical columns are also transposed, and our copy conforms to all her points for the first issue. "The Old Testament blocks measure 55 x 78 mm (2¼" x 3 1 / 8") extended to column width by ornamental side - strips, with a few larger blocks, 115 x 73 mm, in Exodus and Kings. The New Testament blocks are 55 x 48 mm. The artist of these illustrations worked from various sources, notably the three sets of woodcuts by Hans Holbein, Bernard Salomon, and Pierre Eskrich, introduced at Lyons from 1538 to 1562 and widely used in Bibles and picture books... This Venetian set also has scenes not usually illustrated". Mortimer, Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books, No. 62. Not listed in Darlow and Moule who only list the Louvain Latin Bible of 1547 (6129) on whose text this Venetian printing is based, and the 1572 Junta Venice edition also based on the Louvain version (6157). Darlow and Moule Volume II, Part II. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        LA SPHERE

      DE MARNEF, PARIS 1576 - Sacrobosco Joannes (1195-1256) (i.e. John of Holywood or Halifax). ~ La Sphère de Jean de Sacrobosco , augmentée de nouveaux commentaires , & figures servant grandement pour l'intelligence dicelle , le tout mis de Latin en François par Guillaume des Bordes gentilhome bourdelois A Paris, De l'imprimerie de Hierome de Marnef , & Guillaume Cavellat , au mont S. Hilaire , à l'enseigne du Pelican , 1576 . In-8, 1 vol., 120 pp et 1 feuillet non chiffré, nombreuses figures dans le texte, vignette de titre avec la devise " en moi la mort, en moi la vie ", sphère armillaire et vignette avec la devise "virtute duce crescit fortuna " sur le dernier feuillet, reliure post. veau brun , dos à nerfs , fleurons à froid , Jean de Sacrobosco , mathématicien et astronome né en Angleterre vers 1195 , décédé vers 1236 ou 1256 à Paris où il enseigna à l ' Université est l'auteur de plusieurs ouvrages scientifiques à l'usage des étudiants . Son " traité de la sphère ", ici traduit en français par le physicien bordelais Guillaume Des Bordes , et dont la première édition imprimée parut à Ferrare en 1472 fut constamment réédité jusqu'au milieu du XVII° siècle ; c'est une exposition didactique de l'astronomie pré-copernicienne que Galilée lui- même commentait dans ses leçons à l ' Université de Padoue . . Sacrobosco est l'un des premiers docteurs du Moyen Âge à utiliser les écrits astronomiques des Arabes, et il est d'ailleurs considéré en Angleterre comme ayant introduit l'usage des « chiffres » Dans l'ouvrage qu'il consacra au comput Sacrobosco affirme que le calendrier julien avance de dix jours et qu'une correction est nécessaire. Il ne fait aucune proposition précise sur la façon de corriger ce décalage, mais, anticipant de nouveaux écarts à venir, il suggère de sauter un jour tous les 288 ans3. Dans ce livre, il rapporte qu'Auguste aurait supprimé un jour du mois de février pour l'ajouter au mois d'août, c'est-à-dire Augustus; RARE EDITION FRANCAISE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        BIBLIA AD VETUSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA Nunc recens castigata. In quibus, præterea quæ subsequens præfatio indicat, capita singula ita versibus distincta sunt, ut numeri præfixi, lectorem non remorentur, & loca quæsita tanquam digito demonstrent

      Venetiis, Apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, & socios, 1576.. Cum licentia superiorum. THE BEVILACQUA ILLUSTRATED BIBLE, FIRST ISSUE 1576, Latin text, FOLIO, approximately 385 x 255 mm, 15 x 10 inches, elaborate engraved architectural title page with vignette of St Jerome and the lion below title (repeated on *4r,) the borders with scroll work and grotesques, the words "Biblia ad vetustissima" zylographic, woodcut pictorially decorated headpieces, large historiated initials, numerous small decorated initials, tailpieces and other decorations, 610 very interesting woodcut illustrations including 42 repetitions (the St Jerome already noted), text printed in 2 columns, Roman letter and small Roman marginalia, pages: [16], 792, 16 of 62, LACKING PAGES 655/656 and INDEX PAGES 17-62 PLUS COLOPHON LEAF, collation: *8, A-Ccc8 (-Ss8), Ddd4, A-D8 (-2nd B-2nd D8), bound in modern dark blue morocco grain leather, raised bands to spine, gilt title and date, 4 new endpaper leaves. Spine darkened and covers unevenly darkened, a touch of rubbing to head of spine and top corners, title page slightly darkened in fore-edge and upper margins, very little pale browning within border, very slight wear to lower half of fore-edge, similar darkening to following 7 leaves, large pale brown damp stain to lower corners of *3-C1 diminishing in size and intensity, tiny worm track in top margin from *4-*7, another from Yy4-Zz6, and in fore-edge margin from Aaa1-to (2nd)A8, no loss of text, a little pale foxing to upper margin, occasional small stains or marks to margins, small light stain on 4 pages, no loss of legibility, small closed tear to lower margin of page 121 with neat old repair, another to page 183 with neat archival tape repair, very few blocks slightly worn, most very sharp and clear, some light brown staining to outer margin of page 230, small dark smudge on 1 woodcut on page 271 with slight loss, text and images mostly very clean. A very good copy of a profusely and well illustrated 16th century Bible. (lacking 1 leaf of OT and 24 leaves of index and the colophon leaf at the end of the volume). According to Mortimer the xylographic title indicates an earlier setting in which the vertical columns are also transposed, and our copy conforms to all her points for the first issue. "The Old Testament blocks measure 55 x 78 mm (2¼" x 3 1/8") extended to column width by ornamental side-strips, with a few larger blocks, 115 x 73 mm, in Exodus and Kings. The New Testament blocks are 55 x 48 mm. The artist of these illustrations worked from various sources, notably the three sets of woodcuts by Hans Holbein, Bernard Salomon, and Pierre Eskrich, introduced at Lyons from 1538 to 1562 and widely used in Bibles and picture books... This Venetian set also has scenes not usually illustrated". Mortimer, Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books, No. 62. Not listed in Darlow and Moule who only list the Louvain Latin Bible of 1547 (6129) on whose text this Venetian printing is based, and the 1572 Junta Venice edition also based on the Louvain version (6157). Darlow and Moule Volume II, Part II. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Marcelli Palingenii Stellati poetae doctissimi Zodiacus vitae: hoc est De hominis vita, studio ac moribus optime instituendis, libri XII.

      Lugduni, Ioannem Tornaesium [Lyon, Jean de Tournes], 1576.. In-16, demi-maroquin rouge, dos a 5 faux-nerfs, orne d'un petit fer aldin repete entre-nerfs, titre dore, tranches jaspees (rel. du XIXe s.), 366 p. et (40) p. d'index, titre encadre d'un large decor d'arabesques. Precoce et jolie edition, donnee par Jean de Tournes, de ce "poeme esoterique en douze livres,'Zodiacus vitae' ('le Zodiaque de la vie') considere comme un des chefs-d'oeuvre de la poesie philosophique latine du XVIe siecle. Concu sur le modele du poeme de Lucrece, l'ouvrage, d'inspiration plotinienne et gnostique, se donne pour but de montrer "comment regler de la meilleure maniere la vie de l'homme, son orientation et sa moralite" en l'elevant des "saletes terrestres" - avidite des richesses et recherche des plaisirs charnels - jusqu'a la 'lumiere de la sagesse' " (Encycl. Larousse en ligne). C'est le seul ouvrage connu du philosophe et humaniste italien Pier Angelo Manzolli dit Palingene (Ferrare, vers 1500-1543), dont la depouille fut exhumee et brulee pour heresie. Il s'y livre a une critique radicale du clerge romain ("Il n'y a pas de peste plus monstrueuse ; / ils sont la lie du genre humain, la source des erreurs, la sentine des maux, / des loups sous une peau de mouton, rendant un culte a Dieu pour l'appat du gain"). Le livre fut l'un des premiers a figurer sur "l'index des livres interdits" dans sa premiere edition (1559) a la demande de l'Inquisition. Le Zodiaque de la vie, dont plusieurs passages furent adaptes en francais par Scevole de Sainte-Marthe des les annees 1560, joua un role important dans la formation de la pensee libertine du XVIIe siecle. (Cartier, 'Jean de Tournes', n°575. Cf. Dorbon, 2929). Bel exemplaire, frais, dans une jolie reliure de maitre..

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        Cathalogus haereticorum das ist Verzeichnis aller Ketzer Beschrieben von dem Hochwuerdigen Herrn Caspa[e]r Franck zu Ingolstadt...[1576]

      . GLDr.der Zeit, 529 S., [96], 12°. Einband etwas berieben u. abgegriffen, auch etwas gelockert; Kopfkapital tlw. eingerissen. Sachnameschrift jetzt tlw. abgeblaettert. Es fehlt der Titel - jetzt mit handschriftlicher Umschrift ersetzt; auch wahrscheinlich fehlen die Vorredeseiten. Alte Signaturen, handschriftliche Marginalien im Text. Seiten etwas altersgebraunt, Wasserflecken, Wurmfraßspuren. Nachsatz beschmutzt. Ansonst gut erhaltenes Exemplar. Selten. * Our books are stored in our warehouse, not in the shop. Please notify beforehand, if you want to visit us and see a specific book. Unser ZVAB-Bücher-Bestand befindet sich in unserem Lager am Stadtrand Prags, nicht in unserem Geschäft. Bitte, teilen Sie uns vorher mit wenn Sie uns besuchen möchten und bestimmtes Buch auswählen wollten *.

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        Institutio christianae religionis. Additi sunt nuper duo indices, hac postrema editione longe quam antea castigatiores, ab Augustino Marlorato pridem collecti : quorum prior res praecipuas, posterior expositos sacrae scripturae locos continet. Item accesserunt annotatiunculae perutiles, de quibus agetur sequenti pagella.

      Vautrollerius,, Londra, 1576 - 8° (cm. 19). Pp. (28), 742, (130), mancano le 2 cc. bianche finali, marca editor. al frontespizio; legatura in piena pelle dell'epoca, con nervi, filetto dorato ai piatti, con al centro medaglione ovale impresso in oro, piccole mancanze alle punte e alla parte superiore del dorso e minori difetti. Opera fondamentale di Calvino, che può essere considerata uno dei testi più importanti del protestantesimo; fu pubblicata per la prima volta nel 1536 e poi arricchita nelle successive edizioni fino a quella più completa e organica del 1559. Rara edizione inglese curata dal teologo Edmund Bunny (1540 ¿ 1619), uno dei maggiori divulgatori del calvinismo in Inghilterra. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BIBLIA AD VETUSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA Nunc recens castigata. In quibus, præterea quæ subsequens præfatio indicat, capita singula ita versibus distincta sunt, ut numeri præfixi, lectorem non remorentur, & loca quæsita tanquam digito demonstrent.

      Venetiis, Apud Haeredes Nicolai Bevilaquae, & socios, 1576.Cum licentia superiorum. FIRST ISSUE 1576, Latin text, FOLIO, approximately 385 x 255 mm, 15 x 10 inches, elaborate engraved architectural title page with vignette of St Jerome and the lion below title (repeated on *4r,) the borders with scroll work and grotesques, the words "Biblia ad vetustissima" zylographic, woodcut pictorially decorated headpieces, large historiated initials, numerous small decorated initials, tailpieces and other decorations, 610 very interesting woodcut illustrations including 42 repetitions (the St Jerome already noted), text printed in 2 columns, Roman letter and small Roman marginalia, pages: [16], 792, 16 of 62, LACKING PAGES 655 / 656 and INDEX PAGES 17 - 62 PLUS COLOPHON LEAF, collation: *8, A - Ccc8 ( - Ss8), Ddd4, A - D8 ( - 2nd B - 2nd D8), bound in modern dark blue morocco grain leather, raised bands to spine, gilt title and date, 4 new endpaper leaves. Spine darkened and covers unevenly darkened, a touch of rubbing to head of spine and top corners, title page slightly darkened in fore - edge and upper margins, very little pale browning within border, very slight wear to lower half of fore - edge, similar darkening to following 7 leaves, large pale brown damp stain to lower corners of *3 - C1 diminishing in size and intensity, tiny worm track in top margin from *4 - *7, another from Yy4 - Zz6, and in fore - edge margin from Aaa1 - to (2nd)A8, no loss of text, a little pale foxing to upper margin, occasional small stains or marks to margins, small light stain on 4 pages, no loss of legibility, small closed tear to lower margin of page 121 with neat old repair, another to page 183 with neat archival tape repair, very few blocks slightly worn, most very sharp and clear, some light brown staining to outer margin of page 230, small dark smudge on 1 woodcut on page 271 with slight loss, text and images mostly very clean. A very good copy of a profusely and well illustrated 16th century Bible. (lacking 1 leaf of OT and 24 leaves of index and the colophon at the end of the volume). According to Mortimer the xylographic title indicates an earlier setting in which the vertical columns are also transposed, and our copy conforms to all her points for the first issue. "The Old Testament blocks measure 55 x 78 mm (2¼" x 3 1 / 8") extended to column width by ornamental side - strips, with a few larger blocks, 115 x 73 mm, in Exodus and Kings. The New Testament blocks are 55 x 48 mm. The artist of these illustrations worked from various sources, notably the three sets of woodcuts by Hans Holbein, Bernard Salomon, and Pierre Eskrich, introduced at Lyons from 1538 to 1562 and widely used in Bibles and picture books... This Venetian set also has scenes not usually illustrated". Mortimer, Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books, No. 62. Not listed in Darlow and Moule who only list the Louvain Latin Bible of 1547 (6129) on whose text this Venetian printing is based, and the 1572 Junta Venice edition also based on the Louvain version (6157). Darlow and Moule Volume II, Part II. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        LA GRAUNDE ABRIDGEMENT, COLLECTE & ESCRIE PER LE JUDGE TRESREUEREND SYR ROBERT BROOKE, CHIUALIER, NADGAIRS CHIEFE JUSTICE DEL COMMON BANKE.

      London, Richard Tottell, 1576.2 parts in one volume 1576, with separate architecturally decorated title pages and separate pagination, ornamental intials to the first page of each part, text written in Law French. Thick 8vo, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, pages: title page, 4 pages of tables, 1 - 351, title page to part two, 2 - 327, title page counted as A1, numbered on rectos only, total of pages: 1356, LACKS LAST PAGE OF PART II (FINAL PAGE OF TEXT AND COLOPHON i.e. page 328, ending on ssvii). Occasional mispagination in Part II but all catch words correct, bound to style in full modern 2 tone calf (see image), blind panelled on covers, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Pages cut down at sometime with loss to bottom of title pages, slightly affecting image, and slight loss to head of title pages, pale brown staining affecting most of text to some degree, text all legible, 2 blank pages which separate the two parts are heavily stained, a few small ink annotations, otherwise a good copy. This is an abstract of the Year - books down to the writer's own time, and is principally based on the work by Fitzherbert bearing the same title. It also contains some valuable original matter. First published in 1568, Brooke?s work completely abridges the Year Books of Henry VII?s and Henry VIII?s reigns. Under four hundred and four alphabetical headings, Brooke abridged close to 21,000 cases. Abridgements such as that of Brooke set the pattern for contemporary digests of case - law. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        A PERAMBULATION OF KENT: Conteining the description, hystorie, and customes of that shyre. Written in the yeere 1570 by William Lambarde of Lincolnes Inne gent: first published in the yeere 1576.

      London, Edm. Bollifant, 1596.And now increased and altered after the authors owne last copie. SECOND EDITION 1596, 8vo, approximately 180 x 130 mm, 7 x 5 inches, FACSIMILE TITLE PAGE, the full page map of England is present, but LACKING THE FOLD - OUT MAP OF KENT SHOWING THE BEACONS after f.8, some decorated initials, a few historiated, printed throughout in black letter, pages: [8 of 10], 1 - 588, (2 of 6) - lacking 4 pages of index, collation: pi1 ( - pi1), A - Pp6 ( - A1 and Pp5 - 6), bound in buff buckram, gilt title to spine with tiny gilt ornament, endpapers replaced at some time. Spine very slightly darkened, A2 slightly dusty on recto, tiny upper corner missing on A2 - A4, map of England lightly browned and trimmed at fore - edge and lower edge with slight loss to the tip of Cornwall, neat early signature at top of page 7, tiny worm track to upper margin from F2 - G5, no loss of printed area, very small ink stain on pages 122 - 123, no loss of legibility, small light stain to lower outer corners from L1 - Bb4, some mild ink scribble to margins of pages 486 - 487, final page slightly dusty. A good sturdy copy with text complete (facsimile title page and lacking folding map, 1 leaf of prelims and 2 leaves of index). William Lsambarde (1536 - 1601) was a prominent antiquary of the era, as well as personal consultant to Elizabeth I, in the capacity of Keeper of the Records in the Tower. This is the second edition of the earliest county history (first published in 1576), including a discussion of the local inheritance custom of gavelkind. Upcott, English Topography, No.350. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Moduli nondum prius editi, monachii Boioariae. [Tenor and Bass parts]

      Paris: Adrien le Roy & Robert Ballard. 1576. 2 volumes. Oblong quarto. Each part a total of 16 leaves consisting of 1f. (recto title within elaborate woodcut border incorporating musical motifs, verso full-page armorial woodcut), [1] (dedication to Wilhelm V, Ferdinand and Ernest de Bavière, Palatine Counts), + 26 pp. typeset music in diamond- head notation with text + [1] (index) + [1] fine full-page woodcut device incorporating a winged horse within decorative oval border, [1] (blank) pp. With fine historiated woodcut initials throughout. A collection of 24 motets for 3 voices. Provenance: The collection of André Meyer (1884- 1974). Disbound. Some browning and dampstaining; several leaves detached; traces of adhesive tape to spines. Two parts of three (lacking the cantus firmus part). . Second Edition of Lassus's motets for three voices. Rare. RISM L886 (only two complete sets recorded); the first edition was published in Munich in 1575, a year before the present edition. Lesure & Thibault no. 194. "[Lassus] was one of the most prolific and versatile of 16th-century composers, and in his time the best-known and most widely admired musician in Europe...." "A distinguishing feature of Lassus’s ceremonial pieces honouring the Wittelsbachs is their personal tone, evident proof of the composer’s close relationship with his employers. This is seen in Multarum hic resonat, addressed to Wilhelm on his name day in 1571, and in Haec quae ter triplici [present in this collection], the dedicatory piece of a collection of motets for three voices (1575) honouring Albrecht’s three sons, on a text ending ‘Lassus mente animoque dicat’ (‘Lassus’ set to the composer’s musical signature of la–sol). Most appealingly personal of all is Sponsa quid agis, for five voices, thought to have been composed for Lassus’s marriage in 1558; here the colouristic harmony on the words ‘Non me lasciviae veneris’, in an otherwise diatonic framework, is a charming bit of musical allusion." James Haar in Grove online A fine example of 16th century music printing from this important Parisian music publisher. The two cousins, Adrien le Roy (ca. 1520-1598) and Robert Ballard (1525-/30-1588) received a royal privilege from King Henry II to print and sell music in 1551; their first publication dates from that year. "The most frequently published composer was Lassus, who was a personal friend of Le Roy. Le Roy & Ballard played an important part in disseminating his newest works in France and in Europe generally... The typographical material was particularly fine. The elaborate woodcut borders on the title-pages, the printer's marks and the 'lettres grises' or historiated woodcut initials in several sizes in the style of Jean Cousin are superb exampes of French Renaissance graphic arts." Krummel & Sadie p. 161. The Meyer collection, formed over a period of some 75 years, was one of the most important collections of printed music, musical autographs, and books on music of the 20th century.

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        D. Ioannis Calvini... Institutio Christianae religionis, ab ipso authore anno 1559, & in libros quatuor digesta, certsque distincta capitibus ad aptissimam methodum: & tum aucta tam magna accessione, ut propemodum opus novum haberi posset

      Lausannae : Excudebat Franciscus le Preux, illustriss. Dominorum Bernensium Typographus, M D LXXVI. [1576]. 0. Lausannae : Excudebat Franciscus le Preux, illustriss. Dominorum Bernensium Typographus, M D LXXVI. [1576]. 0. A very good full leather binding (probably 19th Century). 8vo. Brown full calf, hinges carefully strengthened. Spine with 5 raised bands, blind stamped decorated compartments, and blind stamp title: "Calvini Institutiones Chrisrianae". Also, rubbed gilt date to base of spine: "1576". Plain endpapers. Woodcut printer's device on title-page. Woodcut head-pieces, and ornamental initials. Preliminary pages include a letter by Colladon. Clean Latin text throughout, with extensive marginal references, and some early and neat underlinings and notations. A well preserved book. Pagination:[16ff.]/ff.103/ff.103-143/ff.143-153/f.153/f.155/f.155./f.157/ff.157-227/f.227/ff.227-380/[72ff. - Indices] . Referenced by: Adams C364 . ** "Nicolas Colladon (Bourges, France, c. 1530 - ausanne, 1586) was a French Calvinist pastor. Calladon was the son of French parents who in 1536 took shelter in Switzerland for religious reasons. He studied theology at Lausanne and Geneva. He was a friend of John Calvin and pastor at Vandoevres and Geneva. In 1564 he became chancellor of the Genevan Academy where he taught theology until the death of Calvin. With Theodore Beza, he wrote a famous biography of the French reformer in 1565. He came into conflict with the magistrates of Geneva, and in 1571 he moved to Lausanne and taught at the local Academy." - See Wikipedia . *** "Institutes of the Christian Religion (Latin: Institutio Christianae religionis) is John Calvin's seminal work of Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 (at the same time as the English King Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries) and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French). The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some previous knowledge of theology and covered a broad range of theological topics from the doctrines of church and sacraments to justification by faith alone and Christian liberty. It vigorously attacked the teachings of those Calvin considered unorthodox, particularly Roman Catholicism to which Calvin says he had been "strongly devoted" before his conversion to Protestantism." - See Wikipedia. **** "Augustin Marlorat du Pasquier (Augustinus Marloratus) (1506 - October 31, 1562) was a French Protestant reformer. He was born at Bar-le-Duc about 1506. At the age of eight he was placed in an Augustinian monastery, where he took the vows and was ordained priest in 1524. Nine years later he was abbot of a monastery at Bourges, but, becoming indoctrinated with the principles of Protestantism, he left France in 1535 and took refuge in Geneva, where he worked as a proof-reader for Greek and Hebrew. At the recommendation of Pierre Viret he was appointed to a pastorate in Grissier near Lausanne, and there married. From Grissier he was called to Vevey, where he remained until 1559. The dismissal of Viret in the controversy on excommunication, however, led Marlorat, who approved the rigidly Calvinistic procedure, to resign, and after a brief time in Geneva he was sent in July to Paris as pastor of the Evangelical congregation there. After a year he accepted a call to Rouen as first preacher, where Protestants were still struggling to secure the right to hold public services. On the accession of Charles IX of France in December 1560, they addressed a petition, written by Marlorat, to the parliament and the king, requesting permission to use a church. The petition was refused, but the Protestants of Rouen felt themselves able to defy the edict of July 25, 1561, and hold their services in the halls of the ancient tower. Marlorat likewise addressed a printed petition to Catharine de' Medici, in which he asserted the loyalty of the Protestants, and in August of the same year he was summoned to the Colloquy at Poissy. In debates there with the doctors of the Sorbonne, in January 1562, on images and baptism, he was one of the three spokesmen of the Protestants. Returning to Rouen, Marlorat presided over the provincial synod held on January 25, 1562. After the massacre at Vassy on March 1, 1562, the Protestants of Rouen planned to seize their city. On the night of April 15 they carried out their purpose, and Marlorat was appointed one of the three heads of the new government, which still professed to be loyal to the king. Rouen was speedily fortified, and on May 27 the city was invested by an army under the command of the Duc d'Aumale, who, however, was forced to retire on June 12. On Sept. 29 a second force led by Charles himself, Anthony of Navarre, and others appeared before the city. Rouen was gradually reduced, but Montgomery, who commanded the besieged, like Marlorat, would accept no terms which did not include free exercise of the Protestant religion, and on October 26 the city was carried by storm. Marlorat and his family were captured and imprisoned. Three days later he was tried before the parliament on a charge of high treason, and on October 30 was condemned to be executed in front of the church in which he had preached. The sentence was carried out on the following day." - See Wikipedia ***** According to "Beyond Calvin... By John Fesko: Marlorat and Colladon were responsible for the Indices. ****** The printer Jean Le Preux, the son of Poncet Le Preux, was first active in Paris, and fled to Lausanne c. 1563 because of religious persecution; he then went on to create printing establishments in Geneva and Morges. .

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        Chronologia, das ist, Gründtliche und Fleissige Jahrrechnung sampt verzeichnung der fürnemsten Geschichten, Verenderungen und Zufell, so sich beyde in Kirchen und Weltregimenten zugetragen haben.

      Görlitz, Fritsch 1576/77.. Mit großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke 14 Blatt, 269 nummerierte Blatt, 9 Blatt; 404 nummerierte Blatt, 18 Blatt, Schweinsledereinband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Blind- und Rollenprägung (Mittelstück mit Kreuzigungsszene und sächsischem Fürstenwappen sowie Monogramm "A. K. 1577"), ohne die 2 Metallschließen, 32 x 22 cm,. Einband berieben, angestaubt und mit kleineren Bezugsfehlstellen, innen unterschiedlich gebräunt. Erste Ausgabe dieser umfassenden Chronologia. Ihr Verfasser, Leonhart Krentzheim, Pfarrer in Liegnitz, galt als "Mann von umfassender Gelehrsamkeit, gleich ausgezeichnet als Historiker wie als Theologe und Prediger .. seine Chronologia trug ihm bei Mit- und Nachwelt hohen Ruhm ein." (ADB XVII, 128).

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        Drie seldsame Scheeps-Togten.

      . De Eerste na China ondernoomen, om derwaards een Straat, of Doortogt te vinden. In 't Jaar 1576. De Tweede, om het Noord-Westen een nieuwe Doorgang na Cataya, China en Oost-Indien, te vinden. In het Jaar 1577. De Derde na Cataya, om derwaards, een onbekende Straat, naar het Noord-Westen, te ontdekken. In het Jaar 1578. Leyden: Pieter van der Aa 1706. With engraved title vignette, one folding engr. map and 2 folding engr. plates. Sm. 8vo. 72 + (8) + (2, blank) pp. Later full calf, boards and spine richly tooled in gilt. Binding executed by Brent Gration- Maxfield. * First edition in Dutch. Sabin 25998. The first edition of the first voyage appeared in English in 1578, and was translated into several languages. All these editions are rare.<br>Martin Frobisher was born around 1535 and died in 1594. He was one of the first English explorers to find and navigate the Northwest passage that led to the Orient. Frobisher was placed in command of an expedition to the New World in 1576, this was the first attempt by an Englishman to search for the Northwest Passage. Frobisher set sail on June 7, 1576, with three small ships named: the Gabriel, the Michael, and a Pinnace, unfortunately the Pinnace was sunk in a storm. Soon afterwards the Michael deserted and the Gabriel was left to sail onward alone. The Gabriel sighted the mouth of a bay, now that bay is known as Frobisher Bay, located on Baffin Island. Frobisher accidentally mistook this for the entrance to the Northwest Passage. This voyage and the following voyage were both unsuccessful in locating and establishing new colonies. Frobisher was a captain in action against the Spaniards from 1580-88. In 1585 He commanded the Primrose, as vice-admiral to Sir Francis Drake in his expedition to the West Indies. In 1591 he became a landed proprietor in Yorkshire and Notts. He found, however, little leisure from a country life and once again he sailed with Sir Walter Raleigh. After being wounded in battle, he died in Plymouth in 1594..

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        Elegancias Romancadas. Muy necessarias para introduction de la lengua latina nuevamente corregidas y emendadas.

      Antiquariae, in aedibus Aelii Antonii Nebrissensis, 1576. - in-4. 112ff. Demi-veau, dos lisse orné dans le style romantique (reliure vers 1830) Cet ouvrage pédagogique du célèbre grammairien Antonio de Nebrija (1441-1522), est une collection de phrases et d'expressions idiomatiques espagnoles, imprimées en gros caractères gothiques, avec leurs équivalences en latin, imprimées en caractères normaux. Il s'agit du premier livre imprimé dans la ville andalouse d'Antequera où le petit-fils de Nebrija, Elio Antonio Nebrija, avait installé l'imprimerie que son grand-père avait fondée à Grenade. Exemplaire relativement modeste: petit travail de ver dans la marge inférieure, petits manques à la page de titre et au dernier feuillet, ce dernier avec un large manque angulaire, sans atteinte significative au texte. Palau, 189233: "Primer libro impreso en Antequera, en la imprenta del nieto de Nebrija".

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        L'Isole piu famose del Mondo descritte da Thomaso Porcacchi da Casiglione arretino e intagliate da Girolamo Porro

      Venedig 1576. Atlas zeigt 48 prachtvoll kolorierte Inseln und Halbinseln der Welt mit 2 Weltkarten,1 Nordamerika Karte, 1Titelblatt und einer sonstigen Darstellung, Einband aus Hartkarton und Leder/ Preis auf Anfrage, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 29,8 x 39,5. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        LA GRAUNDE ABRIDGEMENT, COLLECTE & ESCRIE PER LE JUDGE TRESREUEREND SYR ROBERT BROOKE, CHIUALIER, NADGAIRS CHIEFE JUSTICE DEL COMMON BANKE

      London, Richard Tottell, 1576.. London, Richard Tottell, 1576.. 2 parts in one volume 1576, with separate architecturally decorated title pages and separate pagination, ornamental intials to the first page of each part, text written in Law French. Thick 8vo, approximately 210 x 145 mm, 8¼ x 5¾ inches, pages: title page, 4 pages of tables, 1-351, title page to part two, 2-327, title page counted as A1, numbered on rectos only, total of pages: 1356, LACKS LAST PAGE OF PART II (FINAL PAGE OF TEXT AND COLOPHON i.e. page 328, ending on ssvii). Occasional mispagination in Part II but all catch words correct, bound to style in full modern 2 tone calf (see image), blind panelled on covers, raised bands to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Pages cut down at sometime with loss to bottom of title pages, slightly affecting image, and slight loss to head of title pages, pale brown staining affecting most of text to some degree, text all legible, 2 blank pages which separate the two parts are heavily stained, a few small ink annotations, otherwise a good copy. This is an abstract of the Year-books down to the writer's own time, and is principally based on the work by Fitzherbert bearing the same title. It also contains some valuable original matter. First published in 1568, Brooke?s work completely abridges the Year Books of Henry VII?s and Henry VIII?s reigns. Under four hundred and four alphabetical headings, Brooke abridged close to 21,000 cases. Abridgements such as that of Brooke set the pattern for contemporary digests of case-law. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Tractatus de restitutione in integrum absolutissimus, in quo omnia quae in amplissimo Huius materie Campo tam Practicis, quam Theoricis scitu digna sunt & necessaria, varietate casuum, & exemplorum prestantia ad amussim explicata ac illustrata comprehenduntur.

      Venetiis, Apud Iacobum Vitalem, 1576.. In-8; Titel mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke (Fama auf Globus), 11 Bll., 1 weißes Bl., 470 pp; mehrere Vignetten, zahlreiche Initialen, eine zweite Druckermarke über dem Kolophon (Apollo mit Bogen und Greif); Pgt. d. Zt. mit alter Beschriftung auf Rücken und Fußschnitt und Lederbändchen (etwas fleckig und berieben, die letzte Lage im Bund gelockert); Titel mit zwei schwachen Stempelresten und Vermerken von alter Hand, stellenweise etwas fleckig, kleine Wurmspuren im Rand, einige stärkere Wurmspuren alt restauriert; einige wenige Seiten mit Rand- oder Eckschäden (ohne Textverlust), einzelne alte Marginalien. - Ohne das letzte weiße Blatt.. Nicht in BMC Italian Books. - Ausführliche juristische Abhandlung in Form eines Fragenkatalogs über die Möglichkeiten der "Wiedereinsetzung in den vorigen Stand". Verfasst von einem kaiserlichen Rat in Burgund, erschien das Werk unter etwas anderem Titel erstmals 1548 in Paris; die vorliegende gründliche Überarbeitung durch den sächsischen Juristen Joachim Schard wurde zunächst 1574/75 in Frankfurt veröffentlicht und ist dem Wiener Gelehrten Georg Tanner gewidmet. - Schöner Venezianer Druck aus der Offizin des Giacomo Vitali.

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        Postilla Eller Forklaring offuer Euangelia, som almindelige om Søndage oc andre hellige Dage, predickis i den christne Kircke, udi Danmarck oc Norge: først screffuen paa Latine, Oc nu paa det ny offuerseet, oc merckeligen forbedret aff Niels Hemmingssøn. Alle Gudfryctige Christne i Husholdning, Husbonder oc Hustruer, Oc alle andre, som danskt Tungemaal forstaa kunde, til villie oc tieneste, udsæt paa danske, aff Rasmus Hanssøn R: (Rasmus Hansen Reravius). Første- (Anden Part).

      Kiøbenhaffn, (Andreas Gutterwitz og Hans Stockelmann), 1576. Folio. (28x19,5 cm.). Senere helllæderbind (omkring 1850). Stregforgyldning på ryg. Blindtrykte rammer på permer. For-og bagpem med 5 mindre beskyttelsessøm i messing. Ryg med brugsspor. Med både titelblad (trykt i rød/sort) og kolofonblad (indbundet forrest). Eksemplaret er næsten komplet !! (468 af 476 blade) - af de første 14 unummererede blade foreligger her de 12 (flere bladkanter reparerede, 2 med vandskjold) - Af 1. Part foreligger alle blade (I-CCXII, 2 bladhjørner reparerede med lidt tab af bogstaver, 1 blad med et mindre hul, nogle bladkanter reparerede, 1 blad løst tillagt) - Af Part 2 foreligger 240 (af 247 blade, mangler blad 68-73 og blad 233 (= m3-n2 og qq6), 3 registerblade og kolofonbladet repareret i kanter). Med spredte brunpletter og brugsspor og spredte mindre reparationer for revner i bladkanter m.v. Med talrige monumentale halvsides træsnit i teksten illustrerende Jesu levnedsløb, hvis kunstner er uidentificeret.. Den uhyre sjældne første danske udgave af Hemmingsens Postil, ja faktisk findes kun et komplet eksemplar på private hænder, nemlig det som var ejet af Tore Virgin indtil 1947. Lauritz Nielsen anfører, at der alene er registreret 4 komplette eksemplarer og alle i offentlige biblioteker (KB, Linköping, Stifts-og Landsbibliotek, Karen Brahe, Odense og Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel). Universitetsbibliotekets eksemplar er defekt, ligesom KB ejer 3 defekte eksemplarer ud over det komplette, som alle er med mange mangler).Postillen udkom først på Latin i 1561 og blev fortsat med ialt 16 Latinske udgaver alle kan man vist sige, af største sjældenhed. Carl S. Petersen kalder Niels Hemmingsen "den største teologiske Videnskabsmand, der har levet i vor Fædreland", og som elev af Melancton må han nok betegnes som den mest betydelige tænker i Reformationstidens Danmark og Norge. Hans Postil er ikke egentlige prædikener, "men dispositioner til saadanne, udarbejdede med det formål at tvinge præsten til alvorlig gennemtænkning af den hellige Text". Samtiden tildelte ham navnet "Danmarks almindelige Lærer".Lauritz Nielsen: 886. - Thesaurus I, 100. - Bibl. Danica I:499

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        Le navigationi et viaggi nella Turchia.

      Antwerpen, Willem Silvius, 1576.. (14) SS., 1 w. Bl., 328 (recte: 408), (30) SS., l. w. Bl. Mit Titelbordüre in Holzschnitt und 60 ganzseitigen Textholzschnitten. Pergamentband des 17. Jahrhunderts mit hs. Rückentitel. 8vo.. Seltene erste italienische Ausgabe, im selben Jahr und im selben Verlag wie die zweite französische. Eine Titelauflage erschien 1577. "Fort estimee et recherchee pour les excellentes figures" (Olschki). Bei Silvius erschienen gleichzeitig auch eine deutsche und eine niederländische Ausgabe mit denselben Illustrationen: Trachten von Janitscharen, Kaufleuten, Pilgern, Bauern, Geistlichen, Arzt, Koch etc. "C'est la premiere serie de documents serieux sur les habillements du proche Orient" (Colas). Die Holzschnitte nach den Radierungen der Originalausgabe Lyon 1567/68 wurden früher meist Assuerus van Londerseel (Ahasver von Landfeldt) zugeschrieben; Mortimer, Funck und Hollstein nennen dagegen Antonij van Leest. "Nicolay was the royal geographer sent by Henri II to Constantinople to join d'Aramon's embassy in 1551. His illustrations are considered the first serious introduction to Turkish costume. The engraved plates are attributed to Louis Danet, or Louis Thiry" (Atabey). "Nicolas de Nicolay (1517-83) begleitete im Jahr 1551 den französischen Botschafter Gabriel d'Aramont nach Konstantinopel und hatte dier die Möglichkeit eingehend Land und Sitten kennenzulernen. Als Vorbild diente ihm Herodot" (Göllner 1241). - Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt; einige Marginalien und kl. Randläsuren (insbes. die SS. 99-104). Schönes Provenienzexemplar aus der Bibliothek der gräflichen Familie Costa della Trinita (ihr Exlibris am vorderen Innendeckel). - Edit 16, CNCE 31562. Adams N 251. BM-STC Dutch 160. Atabey 871. Blackmer 1196 (Anm). Göllner 1663. Funck 368. Colas 2203. Hiler 656. Hollstein X, 43. Olschki 3967. OCLC 43806648. Vgl. Lipperheide Lb 2 (frz. Ausg.). Mortimer (Italian) 319; (French) 386. Weber II, 167. Olschki 4906f.

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        Von der Meißner anfenglichem herkommen, geschichten, thaten ... (und): Von deß Adels gemeinem herkommen. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Leipzig, Vögelin für Steinmann 1576. 8° (20 x 16 cm). Mit 1 mehrfach gefalteten genealogischen Tafel. 10 nn. Bl., 181 S., 15 nn. Bl. Pergamentband im Stil d. Zeit mit Rückentitel und blindgeprägten Deckelfileten; im Schuber.

      Leipzig: Steinmann, Vögelin, 1576. Zweite Ausgabe. - VD 16, R 904. - Titelblatt gestempelt. - Angebunden: Krauß von Guntzenhausen, W. Meißnische Chronica ... (und): Chronica. Vom Ursprung und Herkommen deß Chur und Fürstlichen Stammen des löblichen Hauß zu Sachsen. 2 Teile in 1 Band. Leipzig, Vögelin für Steinmann 1576. 4°. Mit 2 gefalteten Stammtafeln. 5 Bl., 131 S., 5 Bl. VD 16, K 2306. - Seltene Chroniken über die Markgrafschaft Meißen und das daraus entstandene Herzogtum und spätere Königreich Sachsen, im zweiten Werk ab S. 127 mit einem Beitrag von Beuther. Der Autor Reiner Reineck erweiterte seine Geschichte der Meißner um die Werke von Krauß und Beuther. - Gleichmäßig minimal gebräunt. - Umfangreiches Sammelwerk zur Geschichte Sachsens und seines Fürstenhauses. - In sehr guter Gesamterhaltung..

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        Magna Charta [Carta], Cum Statutis, Tum Antiquis, Tum Recentibus...

      1576. 1576 Tottel Edition of Magna Carta [Magna Carta]. Magna Charta, Cum Statutis, Tum Antiquis, Tum Recentibus, Maximopere, Animo Tenendis Nunc Demum ad Unum, Tipis Aedita, Per Richardum Tottell. Anno Domini 1576. [Imprinted at London in Fleetestrete Within Temple Barre at the Signe of the Hand and Starre, By Richard Tottell, The 8. Day of March, 1576]. [viii], 247 ff. Following leaf, a blank, lacking. Octavo (5-1/4" x 3-1/2"). Nineteenth-century calf, gilt rules to boards, raised bands, gilt title, rules and ornaments to spine, gilt board-edge rules, inside dentelles and edges, marbled endpapers. Some rubbing to extremities, corners bumped, rear hinge just starting at ends, armorial bookplate to front pastedown. Some toning to text, occasional faint browning or dampstaining to outer margins, occasional annotations in contemporary court hand, some affected by trimming, contemporary and later signatures to rear endleaf. An attractive copy. * Text in Latin, English and Law-French. With two tables of statutes, one alphabetical. This edition offers one of the earlier printings of the Magna Charta. (The first was printed around 1508 by Richard Pynson.) It also includes corrections to earlier editions, the Charta de Foresta of Henry III, the Statutes of Merton and Marlebridge and additional information useful to "studentes of the lawe" and "practisers of the same." A valuable window on English society in the sixteenth century, the statutes deal with women, wills, leases, forcible entry, "Fraudulent Deedes" and many other topics. The annotations are mostly glosses and interpretive comments. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books S19. English Short-Title Catalogue (ESTC) S101094..

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