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        Iacobi Menochii. De adipiscenda et retinenda possessione amplissima et doctissima Commentaria summa industria et labore nunc denuo repurgata et suppleta in lucem prodeunt.

      ex Typis Seth Vioti, Parmae 1577 - Tagli colorati. Leggerissime abrasioni al dorso antica indicazione di appartenenza sul frontespizio macchie pronunciate e strappi riparati con piccoli restauri d\'epoca che occultano alcune parole di testo su un foglio qualche lieve gora d\'acqua Capilettera ornati e figurati cc. (22) + 152 p. - 314x208 mm m.pelle con titolo e fregi oro sul dorso

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare]
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         De rebus Japonicis, Indicis, et Peruanis epistolae recentiores. Antwerp, Martinus Nutius II, 1605. 8vo. With Nutius's woodcut device on title-page and a small woodcut illustration in the text. Contemporary blind-tooled pigskin over wooden boards, each board in a double panel design, 2 brass catchplates and anchor plates (straps and clasps gone). .

      Alden & Landis 605/57; Alt-Japan Katalog 646; Cordier, Japonica, cols. 246-248; Medina, Bibl. Hispano-Americana II, 498. First edition, in Latin, of a very important collection of about 55 letters and other documents written between 1577 and 1601, the largest part concerning Jesuit activities in Japan, with a smaller but substantial part devoted to Korea, several concerning China and India and single items concerning the missions in Peru, Mexico and the Philippines. It was compiled by John Hay (1546-1607), who translated some of the items himself and added prefaces to some.Included are some rare accounts written by Japanese Christians, such as Michael Chijiwa Seizayemon, Sanico Nobuaki, Protasius, the Daimyo of Omura, the Daimyo of Arima and others. There are several accounts by the Jesuit missionary Luís Frois, including an extensive letter on Japan and a letter from Nagasaki. Also included is a short general history of Japan. The letters and reports give a general overview of Jesuit mission activities, especially in the 1590s.With a 17th century ownership inscription of the library of the famous Benedictine monastery Benediktbeuern Abbey in Bavaria, and the bookplate of the 18th-century Radcliffe Library in Oxford, and with the Bodleian's library stamps and deaccession stamps. Lacking the blank leaf 3S4. With a few worm holes, but otherwise in good condition, with a few leaves slightly browned. The binding lacks the clasps, as noted, is slightly worn and has a few small worm holes, but is also still in good condition, with the tooling clear..

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        SCHWÄBISCH-HALL. - Bürger und Bürgerin. "Ein Erbar Mann zu Schwäbischen Hall am Köcher." Ganzfigur nach dreiviertelrechts, stehend mit pelzbesetzter Schaube. "Eins Burgers Weib von Schwäbischen Hall am Köcher." Ganzfigur nach halblinks, stehend mit bodenlangem Kleid und Haube. Gegenstücke.

      - 2 altkol. Holzschnitte von Jost Amman bei Weigel, Nürnberg, 1577, je ca. 22 x 16 cm. Andresen, Der Deutsche Peintre-Gr., Bd. I, J. Amman Nr. 234; aus: H. Weigel, "Trachtenbuch". - "Die Holzschnitte haben . oben lateinischen Ueberschriften, zum Theil in Majuskeln, unten die Nummer, deutsche Unterschriften und vierzeilige Reime in zwei Columnen" (Andresen). Insgesamt 2 Darstellungen auf 2 Blättern. - Das erste Blatt oben und unten im Schrift- und rechts im Randbereich leicht fleckig. Das zweite Blatt alt angerändert, oben alte hs. Inschrift in Holländisch.

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        La historia dell'huomo composta da messer Lodovico Sensi giureconsulto Perugino. Divisa in tre libri. Nel primo de' quali si ragiona di quello che l'uomo ha per natura dentro et fuora di se. Nel secondo di quello che può sopranaturalmente haver per gratia. Nel terzo si parla dello stato della innocentia del primo peccato et dei disordini ne' quali l'huomo incorse per lo primo peccato et finalmente delle leggi che sono i rimedij con che Iddio et gli huomini providero a detti disordini. Con le rime del medesimo autore

      per Baldo Salviani, Perugia 1577 - Copertina parzialmente scollata strappo (4 cm circa) sul dorso mancanza al frontespizio e all\'ultima carta reintegrata con della carta antica e senza lesione di testo Testatine capilettera ornati. A inizio volume incisione calcografica a piena pagina raffigurante la Pentecoste cc. (8) + 272 + (28) p. 210x140 mm p.perg. floscia con titolo manoscritto sul dorso

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        Gesamtansicht von Münster, Osnabrück und Wesel.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg, 1577, 34 x 47 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Ein newes Artzney Buch

      Heidelberg: Harnisch, 1577. Third edition, edited by Jacob Theodor Tabernaemontanus. 630 pp. + Register (unpag.). Professionally repaired, solidly bound but lacking boards. Wear, chipping, creasing and some loss to fragile outer leaves and to page edges and corners throughout; scattered underlining and notes in text. Housed in custom leather-covered clamshell box.. Collectible - Acceptable/N/A. 4to.

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        Synopsis brevissima novae theoeriae de humoralium febrium natura, periodis, singnis, & generali curatione . cuius Paulo post copiosisima & accuratiissima consequentur hypomnemata. Annexa quoque affinitate tractationis est, brevis eiusem de humorum differentijs disputatio, nec non examen sententieae a Brunone Seidelio . latae de ijs quae Laurentius Jubertus ad explicandam febrium humoralium naturam & materiam disputavit.

      ohne Drucker,, (Leipzig), 1577 - (Leipzig), ohne Drucker, 1577. 8°. 8 n.n. S., 143 S. 9 n.n. S. Index.; 27 S., 4 n.n. S. Index, 74 S. Neuer Pappband. Adams S 1198. - Wellcome I, 5982. - VD 16 S-6556, - Durling 4220 (nur 1. Teil). - Hirsch V, 411f. - Simoni, ein aus Luca im ersten Drittel des 15. Jahrhunderts geflüchteter Protestant, wurde in Genf Professor der Philosophie und kam über Heidelberg nach Leipzig, wo er 1569 Professor der Medizin wurde. Er war im Streit mit dem im Titel zitierten Bruno Seidel sowie mit Scheck und Buccella. Er wurde verdächtigt Mitglied der Sekte der Socianer zu sein. - Papier gebräunt. Vorsätze fleckig. - Sehr selten. Sprache: Lateinisch / Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Document signed ("Yo el Rey").

      Poitiers, 6. VIII. 1577. - 240 x 490 mm. 1 p. On vellum. As "Roy de France et de Pouloigne" (!) on privileges for René Montault, "fermier du huictiesme du vin vendu en detail en la ville de Montmorillon". - Somewhat dusty and wrinkled; right half with large incision.

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      - This highly decorative tableau features scenes around Lake Agnano, Campania, surrounded by sumptuous Mannerist strapwork borders. Lake Agnano is a volcanic crater lake located just outside of Naples. Its unusual natural attributes had long made it a point of curiosity and it was often included on Italian itineraries for foreign travellers. The lake was surrounded by ancient Roman ruins and strange caves. From 1577 to 1578, the famed Flemish cartographer Abraham Ortelius and the great artist Joris Hoefnagel toured Italy together. In the upper roundel of the composition, Ortelius and Hoefnagel are shown together as they overlook the lake. To the left is the Cave of Sibyl, while to the right are the ruins of the Temple of Apollo. In the lower roundel is a view of the nearby Grotto del Cana, a cave filled with carbonic acid vapors that could render one unconscious after a few minutes. Lake Agnano remained a poplar tourist attraction until it was drained in 1870. The present view was engraved by Joris Hoefnagel and appeared within Georg Braun & Frans Hogenberg’s legendary townbook, Civitates Orbis Terrarum, specifically within volume III of the 6-part work, published in 1581. Abraham Ortelius (1527-98) is widely hailed as the ‘The Father of Modern Cartography,’ being the compiler of the first modern atlas, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (meaning ‘Theatre of the World’), first issued in Antwerp in 1570. Ortelius was a shrewd businessman who went to great lengths to obtain the finest possible source maps and to engrave works of great artistic beauty and intellectual merit. He was the earliest map mogul, as his publishing concern was the first cartographic enterprise to become a great international commercial empire. Ortelius’s maps were the most popular and widely recognized of his time and they had an enduring influence as numerous mapmakers copied them for many decades after his death. Joris Hoefnagel (1542 – 1601) was an esteemed Flemish painter, engraver and manuscript illuminator. He worked at various royal courts, including those of the Dukes of Bavaria and Rudolf II, the Holy Roman Emperor. Braun & Hogenberg’s Civitates Orbis Terrarum, the first great ‘town book’, featuring bird’s eye views of cities in Europe, Asia, Africa and America. This monumental endeavor featured 546 views and maps and was published in six volumes, issued from 1572 to 1618. The views from the Civitates are imbued with profound historical importance as, in many cases, they are the first accurate and detailed views of many World cities and towns, and were the most popular and influential images of these urban centres available to Europeans during the late 16th and much of the 17th Centuries. The Civitates was the result of the winning combination between Georg Braun (1541-1622), a brilliant writer and Roman Catholic priest from Cologne, and Frans Hogenberg (1535 - 1590), a Fleming, who was one of the era’s greatest engravers. Inspired by Abraham Ortelius’ groundbreaking atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Antwerp, 1570), which featured all of the world’s known regions in detail (of which many of the maps were engraved by Hogenberg), Braun and Hogenberg aimed to depict all of the World’s major cities. Braun was largely responsible for writing and editing the highly entertaining text, while Hogenberg and Joris Hoefnagel engraved most of the magnificent views. During the latter years of the project, the engraving of the views was ably taken up by Hogenberg and Hoefnagel’s sons, Abraham Hogenberg and Jakob Hoefnagel. References: Van der Kroght, Koeman’s Atlantes Neerlandici, vol. 4, p. 3843; Taschen, Braun and Hogenberg, p. 479.

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        Von den Frantzosen in IX Bücher verfasset: Inn welchen nicht allein der Ursprung / Zeichen sampt anderer Ärtzten bisher begangne irrthummen erkant / sondern auch die rechte wahre Cur tractirt wirt. Jetzt erstmals von einem Liebhaber der Artzney an tag geben.

      Peter Perna, Basel, 1577 - Basel, Peter Perna 1577. Kl.-8°. 6 (v.8) Bl., 234 S., 3 leere Bl. Mit 1 Portrait-Holzschnitt (verso Titelblatt) von Perna. Halbpergamentband des 20. Jh. im Stile der Zeit. Sudhoff 178. - Seltener Druck dieser Syphilisschrift, die erstmals 1564 in der "Wundartznei" erschien. Perna, der das Manuscript in Colmar aus Privatbesitz erwarb, glaubte jedoch diese erstmals zu veröffentlichen. Gemäss Sudhoff lag ihm die Opornius Niederschift vor mit Anmerkungen von Adam von Bodenstein. "Die 'Correctiones' und Zusätze Hohenheim's bilden eine willkommene Illustrirung für das Zustandekommen der ursprünglichen Niederschriften" (Sudhoff). - Es fehlen 2 weisse Bl. Am Anfang und Schluss etwas stockfleckig. Der obere Rand etwas knapp beschnitten. Halbpergamentband des 20. Jh. im Stile der Zeit.

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        Retablo de la vida de Christo Hecho en metro por el devoto padre don . monje cartujo.

      1577. . 1577 - Tipografía de Sebastián Martinez. Alcalá de Henares. . 1 Vol. . 69 folios. Folio. Media Piel de época. Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (Cristología) . Rarísima edición gótica de esta obra impresa en Alcalá de Henares y estudiada por Martín Abad (855), de la que solo se conoce el ejemplar de la Biblioteca Universidad de Barcelona de esta edición. Esta ilustrada con numerosos grabaditos intertexto. Nuestro ejemplar esta falto de 6 folios (Folios 1-2-4-67-68-69) suplidos de forma manuscrita en el siglo XIX. Parece que el ejemplar de Barcelona también esta falto.

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        Habitus praecipuorum populorum, tam virorum quam foeminarum singulari arte depicti. Trachtenbuch darin fast allerley und der furnembsten Nationen die heutigs tags bekandt sein.

      Nuremberg, Hans Weigel, 1577]. - Folio (204 x 325 mm). 161 (instead of 220) hand-numbered woodcut plates in early 18th-century colour, mounted on backing paper and missing parts supplemented by hand. Later half calf with 18th-c. spine label. All edges sprinkled in red. First edition of Jost Amman's encyclopedic book of costumes. A strongly fragmented copy, as usual; in the early 19th century, the plates were mounted on backing paper by the owner, the trained landscape painter Jakob Linckh (1786-1841) from Stuttgart (cf. Thieme/B. 23, 254), who also coloured the volume throughout and supplemented all missing parts of the images and even of the text by hand. Linckh, who had studied in Rome, visited Greece in 1810. There he met Byron, who commissioned him to provide the illustrations for Hobhouse's travel book. - Wants 59 plates altogether; the remainder are trimmed closely at the upper edge, and most have severe defects in the lower half. Although the present collection begins with the plate showing the Emperor, as originally issued, the remaining woodcuts follow no apparent order. 20 plates show costumes of Turkey, Arabia, Persia, Egypt, and Ethiopia; others depict Greeks, Russians, and Englishmen. 28 plates show the costumes of today's Italy; German cities are well represented, as are France and Spain, Bohemia and Hungary. Also includes the famous picture of the Brazilian Tupinamba Indians: a man with a crown and belt of feathers, a knife, and a bow and arrow, beside a long-haired woman carrying a baby in a knotted sling. The illustration is an adaptation of two cuts from the "Recueil de la diversité des habits" (Paris, 1562; Antwerp, 1572) by Francois Descerpz, "one of the first likenesses of the Brazilian Indian" (Borba de Moraes). - Title page shows Jakob Linckh's autograph ownership (dated 1825); somewhat later stamped ownership of Anton Franzin (possibly the like-named Tyrolean law clerk, c. 1840) to flyleaf. VD 16, W 1487 (BSB copy incomplete). Lipperheide 7-8 (both copies incomplete). Andresen I, 234. Becker 140. Borba de Moraes II, 373f. Maggs, Bibl. Americana 1-214 ("This book is excessively rare in a complete state"). [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les navigations, peregrinations et voyages, faicts en la Turquie, par Nicolas de Nicolay.

      Guillaume Silvius, Antwerp 1577 - EXCELLENT EDITION OF THIS SEMINAL AND BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED WORK 4to. pp. (xxiv) 305 [ie 388] (xxxii). Roman letter, occasional Italic, prefatory epistle in Civilité. Small woodcut printer's device on title, title within typographical border, historiated woodcut initials and typographical ornaments, 60 full page woodcut plates within typographical borders. Slight age-yellowing, some mostly marginal spotting on first and last few leaves, small single worm hole in blank upper margin of thirty ll., the odd spot or thumb mark. A very good, clean copy in C19 English calf, gilt oval armorial device of the Society of writers to the Signet at centers of covers, spine with gilt ruled raised bands, rebacked with original spine laid down. Excellent edition of this seminal and beautifully illustrated work by Nicolay, a detailed account of his travels to the Near East illustrated with sixty spirited full-length portraits of male and female figures of all ages and ranks in local costume. It was first published in Lyons in 1568, with copperplates engraved by Louis Danet from Nicolay's original drawings [two reproduced in Mortimer-Harvard Fr. 386]. According to Mortimer, Nicolay's illustrations are 'the first to represent the costume of the Near East in detail', and were widely copied in the C16th; this edition is illustrated with fine woodcuts by Antonij van Leest, whose initials appear in the first and other plates, after those of the first edition. Dedicated by Nicolay to Charles IX, whom Nicolay served as Valet de chambre and géographe ordinaire, it also contains a long "Elegie" by Ronsard addressed to Nicolay, and a letter (in a fine Civilité type) from the publisher Silvius to Cornille Pruney. The book opens with Nicolay's long preface on traveling and the great travelers of history, from Noes and Jason down to Marco Polo, Vasco de Gama, Columbus, Pizarro, and many more. Book I describes, i.a., the Balearic islands, Algiers, Pantelleria, Malta and Tripoli, and its plates depict their women. Book II deals briefly with the Greek islands (i.a. Kithira, Khios, and Paros) and then concentrates on Constantinople describing in detail its antiquities, monuments, harem, mosques (St. Sophia in particular), and Turkish baths. Again, the plates portray women only, including a harem lodger, two women dressed to go to the baths, and one with two children. Contrastingly, Book III is all dedicated to men: Janizaries, the Sultan's valets, semi-naked wrestlers, the Sultan's cook, doctors, judges, relatives of Mahomet, pilgrims going and coming from the Mecca, and representatives of four religious confessions, one of whom has his penis pierced with a ring in order to preserve his chastity (p. 184). Book IV deals with Persia, Saudi Arabia, Greece and other Middle Eastern provinces. Its plates include an Arab and an Armenian merchant, a black slave, a Jewish merchant and a Jewish woman, a Turkish courtesan and a 'Delly', i.e. a 'mad and bold man' with plumed hat and shield, portrayed here riding a horse (p 238). Nicolay (1517-83) was, as Ronsard notes in his Elegie, extensively travelled and one of the best draughtsmen of his time. In 1551 he followed Gabriel d'Aramon, the French ambassador, to Constantinople, and visited all of the places mentioned in this book. He could speak nearly every European language and wrote several travel books. A landmark in the history of the travel to the Near East, handsomely illustrated throughout with very accurate costume plates. "His (Nicolay's) illustrations have been called the most influential introduction to Turkish costumes" Blackmer. Colas notes "c'est la première série de documents serieux sur les habillements du proche Orient". Not in BM STC Fr. C16th. Adams N 254. Brunet IV p. 67. Graesse IV p. 671. Göllner 1664 (the 1576 Silvius edition). JFB N144 (first french edition) "one of the earliest descriptions of the lands and peoples of the Near East". Alden has later English translation only. French [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      Parisiis, Iacobum du Puys, 1577. In 4° (mm 215x150), legatura fine '700 in mezza pelle, tagli spruzzati di rosso. Carte (4), 201 (ma in effetti 200 in quanto è saltata la numerazione della carta 197), (13). Con 24 bellissime xilografie disegnate da Pirro Ligorio a piena pagina nel testo. Ben conservato con minimi difetti alle cerniere e alle cuffie; fioriture sparse e qualche carta un po' brunita; piccolissima tarlatura (che non lede il testo) alle prime e alle ultime carte; piccolo timbro al frontespizio. Ristampa dell'edizione stampata a Venezia nel 1573 importante per essere stata la prima ediz. illustrata di un'opera sulla ginnastica. (Brunet III 1646; Durling 3089; Wellcome 4225).

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        COMPENDIO DE ALGUNAS HISTORIAS DE ESPAÑA. Donde se tratan muchas antigüedades dignas de memoria: y especialmente se da noticia de la antigua familia de los Girones, y de otros muchos linajes.

      - Alcala. En casa de Juan Iñiguez de Lequeríca. Año 1577. 30x21 cm. portada con escudo heráldico + 5 h. de dedicatoria, prólogo + 128 folios + 36 folios con árboles Genealógicos y enfrentados a su explicación + 10 folios de tablas. 2 grabaditos con el sello de D. Alonso Tellez Giron. Letras Capitulares. Mal paginado: 36 pone 39 ¿ 51 pone 49 ¿ 52 pone 50 ¿ 69 pone 68 ¿ 77 pone 76. Pleno pergamino época, lacería de cierres. Buenos márgenes y limpio. Faltas: la portada, 5 folios de dedicatoria y prólogo, 4 folios de árboles genealógicos y 4 folios de tablas están reproducidos en papel del XVIII. # heráldica

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        Türckische Chronica+Moscovitische Chronica, 1577, selten

      Diaz Tanco - Türckische Chronica+Moscovitische Chronica, 1577, selten (DIAZ TANCO, V.), Türckische Chronica. Vormals auß Italiänischer Sprach in unser Teutsche verdolmetscht durch H. Müller. 4 Tle. in 1 Bd. Frankfurt, (S. Feyerabend), 1577. Fol. Mit 4 Druckermarken und zahlr. Textholzschnitten von J. Amman. 4 nn., 74 num., 3 nn., 71 num., 3 nn. Bl. (das letzte weiß), 23 num., 7 nn. Bl. (das erste und letzte weiß), 156 num., 4 nn. Bl. Blindgepr. Ldr. d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit intakten Schließen (Bezug mit kleinen Fehlstellen, Kopf und Schwanz läd., stark beschabt und bestoßen). Erste Ausgabe mit Ammans Holzschnitten. – VD 16 D 1389 (ohne Nennung der weißen Blätter). STC 617 (Menavino) und 65 (Barletius). Göllner 1681 (ohne Tl. 4). Becker 21 und 20. – Nicht bei Adams. – Neben der Geschichte des Osmanischen Reiches bis ins Jahr 1538 von Vasco Diaz Tanco sind u. a. enthalten "Von der Türken Religion und Gesetz" von Giovanni Antonio Menavino, "Von Ursachen der Christen Verderben" von Johannes Turmair und "Scanderbeg" von Marino Barletius. BEIGEB.: HERBERSTEIN, S. VON, Die Moscovitische Chronica. Erstlichen durch Paulum Jovium deßgleichen durch S. zu Herberstein selbst persönlich erfahren und durch den Herrn Doctor Pantaleon meniglich zu nutz auß dem Latein ins Teutsch gebracht. Ebda. 1576. Mit Titelvign., 16 Textholzschnitten von J. Amman und Druckermarke am Schluß. 4 nn., 138 (recte 139) num. Bl. (ohne Bl. 53-56), 3 nn. Bl. – VD 16 G 2089. – Nicht im STC und bei Adams. – Vgl. Becker 44. – Vierte deutsche Ausgabe, die erste bei Feyerabend. "Der erste westliche Augenzeugenbericht über Rußland, durch humanistische Gelehrsamkeit, Sprachkenntnisse und klaren Blick ausgezeichnet" (Henze II, 570). Eingearbeitet ist Giovios erstmals 1525 erschienene Beschreibung Rußlands nach den Berichten des Gesandten Demetrius. – Die Holzschnitte Ammans stammen aus Fronspergers Stamm – und Wappenbuch und der Türkischen Chronik. – Es fehlt die Lage O. Vorsatz mit Bibliotheksmarke, Titel von I mit Besitzeintrag von alter Hand, am Ende mit kleinen Wurmlöchern (minimaler Buchstabenverlust), stellenw. fleckig und leicht gebräunt. First edition with Amman’s woodcuts. – Endpaper with library stamp, title of I with ownership entry by contemporary hand, at the end some small wormholes (minor loss of letters), here and there soiling and light browning. – Additional volume without quire O. – Contemporary blind-pressed calf over wooden boards with 2 intact clasps (cover material with small defects, top and bottom turn-in damaged, heavily scratched and scuffed). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      Parisiis, Iacobum du Puys, 1577. In 4° (mm 215x150), legatura fine '700 in mezza pelle, tagli spruzzati di rosso. Carte (4), 201 (ma in effetti 200 in quanto è saltata la numerazione della carta 197), (13). Con 24 bellissime xilografie disegnate da Pirro Ligorio a piena pagina nel testo. Ben conservato con minimi difetti alle cerniere e alle cuffie; fioriture sparse e qualche carta un po' brunita; piccolissima tarlatura (che non lede il testo) alle prime e alle ultime carte; piccolo timbro al frontespizio.Ristampa dell'edizione stampata a Venezia nel 1573 importante per essere stata la prima ediz. illustrata di un'opera sulla ginnastica. (Brunet III 1646; Durling 3089; Wellcome 4225).

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        Het Nieuwe Testament ons Heeren Jesu Christi. Met ghetalen aen de canten gestelt, waer door de veersen bescheeden worden tot de aenwijsinge der Heyliger Schriftueren dienende (New Testament)

      Christoffel Plantijn (Christophe Plantin), T'Antwerpen 1577 - Octavo. [16], 679, [1]pp. Later blind-stamped calf. Raised bands. Metal clasps remnant. Book housed in a modern custom-made red cloth clamshell box, with gold lettering to spine. Title and calendar in red and black lettering. Title page within ornamental border. Title vignette with Plantin's motto 'Labore et Constantia' (By Labor and Constancy) which surrounds the symbol of a compass held by a hand extending from a bank of clouds and inscribing a circle. The center point of the compass indicates constancy, the moving point which renders the circle is the labor. Decorative initials, and tailpieces. Illustrated head-chapters. Strikingly illustrated throughout with 205 in-text woodcuts (including the 12 illustrating the calendar), this handsome edition of the New Testament is a perfect example of the fine books that were printed at the Plantin Press, in Anvers, during the late 16th century.Head and tail of spine chipped, and heavy rubbing to spine. Moderate rubbing on covers. Clasps missing. Previous owner's stamp on title. Minor and sporadic water-staining to lower inner margin 9not affecting text). Minor age-toning along paper margin. Text in Dutch, gothic script. Clamshell box in very good, binding in fair, interior in good to very good condition. About the publisher: Christophe Plantin (c. 1520-1589) was an influential Renaissance humanist, a prolific printer and prosperous entrepreneur, publishing more than 40 editions of emblem books. In contrast, his most important work is considered to be the "Biblia Regia" (King's Bible), also known as the Plantin Polyglot. In spite of clerical opposition, Plantin was encouraged by King Philip II of Spain, who sent him the learned Benito Arias Montano to lead the editorship. With Montano's zealous help, the work was finished in five years (1569-1573, 8 vols, folio). This work earned Plantin little profit, but resulted in Philip's granting him the privilege of printing all Roman Catholic liturgical books (missals, breviaries, etc.) for the states ruled by Philip, the title "Architypographus Regii," which he dutifully added to the title pages of Plantin Press books, and the unwanted duty of prototypo-graphus regius, obligating him to inspect and verify the skill and dogmatic adherence of other printers. Besides the Plantin Polyglot, Plantin published many other works of note, such as the "Dictionarium Tetraglotton" of 1562, which was a dictionary in Greek, Latin, French and Flemish, editions of St. Augustine and St. Jerome, the botanical works of Dodonaeus, Clusius and Lobelius, and the description of the Netherlands by Guicciardini. His editions of the Bible in Hebrew, Latin and Dutch, his Corpus juris, Latin and Greek classics, and many other works are renowned for their beautiful execution and accuracy. A skillful businessman, by 1575 his printing firm reckoned more than 20 presses and 73 workmen, plus various specialists who did job-work out of their homes. Though outwardly a faithful member of the Catholic Church, he appears to have used his resources to support several sects of Protestant heretics. It is now proven that many of their books, published without naming the printer, came from Plantin Press. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Republica Helvetiorum libri duo

      Small 8vo. Zurich: Chris. Froschauer, 1577. Small 8vo, (8), 207, (5, final leaf blank) leaves (=440 pp). Speckled calf rebacked, red leather label, bookplate of Earl Fitzwilliam at his Milton Hall, Peterborough, library. Second edition enlarged (first printed in 1576), a very nice copy of the first history of Switzerland, which was translated in the same year into German and French and was for many decades the standard text on the subject. Cromwell is said to have studied the work extensively as a political guidebook. Copies seldom appear for sale. Library holdings are minimal - no copies on OCLC, two on the European database (in Edinburgh). Adams lists 2 of the 1576 and one of the 1577 (lacking DD4).

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        The Historie of Scotlande, conteyning the beginning, increase, proceedings, continuance, Actes and Governemente of the Scottish nation, from the originall thereof unto the yeare 1571 (Holinshed's Chronicle - the portion pertaining to Scotland)

      George Bishop, London 1577 - viii, 22, 1 blank, 518, (26) pp. Dedicated to Lord Rober Dudley. Printed throughout in Tudor black letter, and illustrated with numerous interesting woodcuts. 11.5 x 8.25 inches. First edition (first printing). A very good copy rebound in 19th century in brown quarter leather and marbled paper over boards. Five raised bands on spine. Edge and corner wear with boards showing at corners. Page edges red and gold. Binding tight. Dedication page has a tear partially repaired with paper tape. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Das Jüngste Gericht("). Himmelfahrt der Seeligen.

      Ca. 1577/ 1585.. Gestochen nach Joh. Stradanus. Kupferstich im Rund auf Bütten. 26 cm Durchm.(Bl. mit Schrift). Kü.-Namen i.d. Platte.. Inet / Wikipedia // TB // Auktionen // Wvz'e.: B.283 / Ho.327 II (S. 112) // Bracht 1558-1616/17 Haarlem. -Blatt beschnitten, aufgezogen u. mit kl. braunem Fleck li. oben. -Unter PP! Anm. zur Rechnungstellung: Die Buchpreise beinhalten die reduzierte MwSt von 7 %, diese wird gesondert ausgewiesen // Rechnungen für Kunstgegenstände wie Grafiken, Gemälde weisen gem. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 1 UStG (Differenzbesteuerung) bzw. § 25a Abs.3 Satz 2 UStG (Margenbesteuerung) keine MwSt aus (brutto = netto).

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        Habitus praecipuorum populorum,

      1577. first edition. One of the Great Classics of Costume HistoryFifty-Three Sixteenth Century Hand-Colored Plates - Heightened with Gold[AMMAN, Jost]. Habitus praecipuorum populorum, tam virorum quam foeminarum Singulari arte depicti. Trachtenbuch: Darin fast allerley und der fürnembsten Nationen/die heutigs tags bekandt sein/Kleidungen beyde wie es bey Manns und Weibspersonen gebreuchlich/mit allem viess abgerissen sein/sehr lustig und kurtzweilig zusehen. Nuremberg: Hans Weigel, 1577.First Edition (fragment) of one of the classics of Costume History. Folio (12 1/4 x 7 15/16 inches; 311 x 201 mm.). A fine collection of 53 (of 219) 16th century costume plates with contemporary hand-coloring heightened with gold.Chemised in a full brown morocco clamshell case by Sangorski & Sutcliffe. Manuscript calligraphic title leaf: "Habitus praecipuorum populorum tam virorum quam feminarum singulari arte depicti. Trachtenburch etc. Nurnberg, bey Hans Weigel, Formschneider. 1577. Plates (53) from a series of 219 engraved on wood by Hans Weigel after Jost Amman. One of the early classics of costume history. The present fragment is particularly interesting not only for its contemporary colouring but from the fact that its first English owner annotated it in a late 16th century hand."Together with a hand written letter (in envelope post-marked Oct. 20, 1947) from James Laver of the Victoria & Albert Museum to Sir Robert Bignold, dated October 20th, 1947: "Dear Sir Robert Bignold, / I have got the National / Book League to let me have / a duplicate card of the / catalogue entry of the / book fragment you were so / kind as to lend for the / exhibition. Many thanks / indeed. / Yours sincerely / James Laver." The original card description and National Book League slip are included as well as a copy of the National Book League League exhibition catalog 'The Literature of Fashion. An Exhibition arranged by James Laver (November 21, 1947 to January 3, 1948, item No. 4). The original catalog entry reads: Habitus praecipuorum popularum tam virorum quam feminarum singulari arte depicti. Trachtenbuch, etc. Nurnberg, bey Hans Weigel, Formscneider. 1577. Plates (53) from a series of 219 engraved on wood by Hans Weigel after Jost Amman. Lent by Sir Robert Bignold. One of the early classics of costume history. The present fragment is particularly interesting not only for its contemporary colouring but from the fact that its first English owner annotated it in a late sixteenth century hand.The plates:1. XX. Mercatoris Uxor Domi. "A Merchants Wife".2. XXI. Foemina Norimbergensis, in Quotidiano Habitu. "A Woman of Nuremburgh in her Daily Habit".3. XXIX. Augustana Mulier Plebeia. "An Augustam Woman of the Common Sort".4. LVIII. Virgo Dantiscana. "A Virgin of Dantrick".5. LXI. Civis ex Hoenesta Familia in Salinis Sueuicis. "A Citizen of a Good Family in the Salt Mines of Switzerland".6. LXII. Honesti Civis Uxor Halensis in Sueuia. "The Wife of a Substantial Citizen in Switzerland".7. LXXIX. Patricius Sive Senator Coloniensis. "A Senator of Colon"8. LXXX. Patricia vel Nobilis Coloniensis ad Rhenum. "A Noble Woman of Colloin on the Rhine".9. LXXXII. Foemina Mediocris Conditionis Coloniensis ad Rhenum. "A Woman of Middle Rank of Colloin on the Rhine".10. LXXXV. Mulier Ivuenis Brabantica. "A Young Woman of Brabant".11. LXXXIX. Civis Gruningensis in Pharisia. "A Citizen of Grunvonburgh in Pharisia".12. XC. Hollundus vel Belga. "An Hollander or Belgian".13. XCVII. Foemina Honesta Genevensis. "A Woman of Good [?] in Geneva".14. CIX. Nobilis Virgo Ex Anglia. "A Noble - Virgin of England". 15. CX. Nobilis Anglus. "An English-Nobleman".16. CXIII. Senator Genuensis. "A Senator of Genoa".17. CXIIII. Dux Venetus. "Duke of Benict.18. CXXVIII. Vidua Lugens in Italia. "Mourning Widow in Italy".19. CXXIX. Mulier Veronensis. "A Woman of Verona".20. CXXXI. Nobilis Patavina in Italia. "A Noble Woman of Padua".21. CXXXIX. Vidua Senensis in Hetruria. "A Widow of Sitna in Tuscany".22. CXLI. Curtisana Sive Meretrix Romana. "A Roman Whore or Courtisan".23. CXLIIII. Mulier Caietensis in Italia. "A Woman of Cajetta in Italy". 24. CXLV. Nobilis Foemina Neapoli tana in Italia. "A Noble Woman of Naples in Italy".25. CXLVI. Virgo Neapolitana in Italia. "A Virgin of Naples in Italy".26. CL. Hispanici Vestitus & Habitus Varij Hispanus. "Divers Spanish Habits and Ornaments. A Spaniard".27. CLI. Hispanus Praefectus vel Minister Regis Hispaniae. "A Spanish Govenor or Minister of State".28. CLII. Mulier Hispanica. "A Spanish Woman".29. CLIII. Hispanus Plebeius in Quotidiano Habitu. "A Spanish Countryman in his every day Habit".30. CLIIII. Hispanus Sacerdos. "A Spanish Priest".31. CLV. Ivuenis et Virgo Piscaiensis Sive Cantabrica. "A Young, and Virgin of Piscaia or Biscay".32. CLVI. Rusticus Piscaiensis vel Cantaber. "A Rustic, or Peasant of Biscay".33. CLVII. Hispana Rustica. "A Spanish Country-woman".34. CLVIII. Mulier Piscaiensis Sive Cantabra. "A Woman of Piscaia, or Biscay".35. CLIX. Hispana Mulier Plebeia. "A Spanish Woman of the Vulgar Sort".36. CLX. Sacerdotis Hispanici Concubinae Vestitus. "The Habit of a Spanish Priest his Concubine".37. CLXI. Mulier Hispana in Forum Progrediens. "A Spanish Woman going to Market".38. CLXII. Rustica Mulier Hispanica. "A Spanish Country Woman".39. CLXIII. Mauritana in Betica Sive Granatensi Regno. "A Mauritanian Woman in Bota".40. CLXIIII. Mauritana in Domestico Vestitu Betica Sive Granatensis. "A Mauritanian Woman in her Domestic Attire".41. ,CLXVI. Rustica Ungarica. "An Hungarian Country Woman".42. CLXVII. Mercator in Russia. "A Merchant of Russia".43. CLXVIII. Mercatoris Habitus in Russia, Moscovia & Polonia. "The Habit of a Merchant in Russia, Muscobi, & Polonia".44. CLXIX. Foemina Nobilis Polonica. "A Noble Woman of Poland".45. CLXX. Mulier Posnaniensis in Polonia. "A Woman of Poson in Poland".46. CLXXV. Mulier Tartara. "A Tartarian Woman".47. CLXXVI. Mauritanus ex Arabia. "A Mauritanian of Arabia".48. CLXXVII. Virgo Afra. "An African Virgin".49. CLXXVIII. Mulier Vidua Afra. "An African Widow"50. CLXXIX. Xingara Vulgo Dicta. "A Woman Vulgarly Called a Tawny-Morr".51. CLXXXII. Brasiliani ex America Armati Habitus. "The Habit of a Brasil-Man Arrived in America".52. CLXXXVI. Graecus Sacerdos. "A Grecian Priest".53. CXC. Praefectus Tyronum in Aula Turcica, Qui xex Christianias Parentibus Nati Sunt. "The Overseer of the Youth in The Turkish Court, That are Born of Christian Parents".Very rare first edition of an exceedingly rare hand-colored copy of an encyclopedic Trachtenbuch with 51 full-page woodcut portraits drawn by the prolific ?"Kleine Meister?" Jost Amman, whose Nuremberg workshop was one of the most celebrated of the 16th century. Amman?'s Habitus, ?"considered to be one of the best works on costumes published at that time?" (Borba), is unprecedented in the global scope of its presentation; it formed the model for such later works as Pietro Bertelli?'s Diversarum nationum habitus (Padua, 1589) and Cesare Vecellio?'s Habiti antichi e moderni (Venice, 1590)—which borrowed many of its plates (Taylor). Examples with contemporary color are of great rarity.Amman?'s parade of costumes commences with the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II and his heir-apparent, ?"Römischer König?" and Habsburg Archduke Rudolf II. Following a roughly geographical arrangement, the book presents the dress of Nuremberg, Augsburg, Meissen, Leipzig, Bohemia, Schlesien, etc., before proceeding to that of Iceland, Sweden, England, Holland and the Italian, Spanish and French duchies, etc. Considering its unusually large format and vivid, generously applied color, the work is literally an ?"atlas?" of costumes, analogous in scope and ambition to Schedel?'s Chronicle (also published in Nuremberg) or Ortelius?' Theatrum; like the Chronicle, whose audience included affluent armchair-travelers, it ?"collapsed physically experienced distance at the same time that it advertised the geographical variety of modes of dress it put into circulation?" (Burland). Nowhere is this purpose more evident than with the costumes of non-Europeans—from Ethiopian and Mauritanian plebeians to Persian satraps, Muscovite soldiers and a smattering of Turkish royalty—whose presence arguably marks the Habitus as the beginning of an ?"ethno-iconographic genre?" designed to inform educated readers about the actual habiti, the cultural characteristics, of a rapidly diversifying human race. This intent is most striking in three color-portraits of Brazil?'s Tupinamba Indians, the first depicting a man with a crown and belt of feathers, a knife, and a bow and arrow, beside a long-haired woman carrying a baby in a knotted sling. The woodcut is an adaptation of two from the Recueil de la diversité des habits (Paris, 1562; Antwerp, 1572) by Francois Descerpz, ?"one of the first likenesses of the Brazilian Indian?" (Borba). A third drawing shows a Tupi woman in a robe of feathers holding the tammaraca, a hollow gourd shaken to invoke the gods. German interest in Asia and the Americas as living, breathing Wunderkammern had increased dramatically during the first half of the 16th century, largely owing to Dürer?'s drawings of exotic creatures (including parrots, the vogue pet of Nuremberg merchants) produced in Antwerp in 1520. In 1529, moreover, after extensive travels throughout Spain and Portugal with the court of Charles V, the Augsburg medal-maker Christoph Weiditz had created a manuscript Trachtenbuch—?"one of the earliest attempts to compile a costume book?" (Levenson)—that included 11 drawings of Aztecs brought to Spain by Cortes in 1528. Recent scholarship suggests that, given his connections with the publisher Feyerabend and Nuremberg painter Sigmund Heldt, Amman would have been privy to these unpublished drawings—though why he expressly chose the Tupinamba to represent the multi-ethnic New World remains an intriguing mystery. The reputation and output of Swiss engraver Jost Amman (1539?-1591) arguably established him as the heir to Dürer. Born in Zurich, Amman relocated to Nuremberg in 1560, where he soon began undertaking commissions from Feyerabend and Nuremberg?'s Pfinzing family. His work includes hundreds of engravings, etchings and woodcuts for Bibles, histories, genealogies, and books on trade and construction, as well as dozens of painted portraits. Rubens, Rembrandt and Joshua Reynolds, among others, acknowledged his prodigious skill and lasting influence. OCLC: 1) NYPL, Brown, Buffalo/Erie, Huntington (3 of them complete but none in color), Brown/Hay Military owns only 19 selected plates. 2): Trinity. These figures are Engraved wood by Hans Wiegel after drawings by Jost Amman. Some examples had contemporary hand-coloring. (Colas).Sir (Charles) Robert Bignold (1892-1970) was Lord Mayor of Norwich 1926-1927. His famous library of colour-plate books was sold at Sotheby's London, November 15th and 16th, 1971. His Great-Great Grandfather, Sir Thomas Bignold (1761-1835) was the founder of the Norwich Union Insurance Company.Colas, 113; Brunet, III, 7; Graesse I, 104; Lipperheide 7 & 8; Rahir, 290; Hiler, p. 895.

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        Urkunde mit eigenh. U. ("Yo el Rey").

      Poitiers, 6. VIII. 1577.. 1 S. 240:490 mm. Auf Pergament.. Als "Roy de France et de Pouloigne" (!) über Privilegien für Rene Montault, "fermier du huictiesme du vin vendu en detail en la ville de Montmorillon". - Etwas angestaubt und knittrig und mit einem tiefen Einschnitt in der rechten Blatthälfte.

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        Omnium poene gentium imagines, ubi oris totiusque corporis & vestium habitus, in ordinis cujuscunque ac loci hominibus diligentissime exprimuntur

      Rutus, [Köln] 1577 - In-folio. Collation : (24) ff., 49 planches. Vélin doré, dos orné, grand fleuron azuré doré au centre, filet doré d'encadrement, tranches dorées. (Reliure de l'époque). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ First edition. Illustrated with an engraved title and 49 copper plates (on 50) engraved by Abraham de Bruyn (Anvers 1540 - Cologne 1587). All on double page, they show 206 characters showing the costumes of the various peoples of Europe, Turkey, India . The last plate of this serie is missing. According to Vinet, ( Bibliographie méthodique et raisonnée des beaux-arts 2087) this serie is never complete. Very rare. Magnificient contemporary binding. _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Première édition. Elle est illustrée d'un titre gravé et 49 planches (sur 50) gravées sur cuivre par Abraham de Bruyn. Toutes sur double pages elles montrent 206 personnages dans des costumes différents. On y trouve représentés les costumes des divers peuples de l'Europe, de la Turquie, de l'Inde. Abraham de Bruyn (Anvers 1540 - Cologne 1587) à la fois graveur et peintre, s'est fait un nom dans les arts. "Les estampes qu'il a publié, bien qu'elles laissent voir des duretés et des négligences, sont recherchées des amateurs qui aiment un burin élégant et une main des plus sûres. La dernière planche du recueil manque, mais selon Vinet, "Les exemplaires de ce recueil ne sont jamais complets." Vinet, Bibliographie méthodique et raisonnée des beaux-arts 2087.Très bel exemplaire en vélin doré. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Ponti Euxini & maris Erythraei Periplus, ad Adrianum Caesarem. Nunc primum e Graeco sermone in Latinum bersus, plurimisque mendis repurgatus. ... Addita es praeter loca, que solers Lusitanorum penetravit navigatio, omnium cum Oppidorum, quae Danubius irrigat: tum Fluuiorum, qui in eum denoluunter, diligens & iucunda observatio, Praetereaipsius Ponti Chorographica tabula. Jo. Guilielmo Stuckio Tigorino authore.

      . 2 Teile in 1 Band. Vignon, Genf, E. 1577. 12 Bl., 193 (recte 197) S., 25 nn. S.; 18 Bl., 109 (recte 108) S., 15 nn. S. mit 1 doppelblattgroßen Karte in Holzschnitt und wiederholter Druckermarke. Groß-Quart. Pergament des 18. Jahrhunderts. Rücken mit altem, handschriftlichem Titel und alter, handschriftlicher Bibl.-Nummer. Schmaler Ausschnitt im fliegenden Vorsatz. Titelblatt und Karte mit schmalen, hinterlegten Ausrissen im oberen weißen Rand. Durchgehend etwas gebräunt und fleckig. - Das Werk enthält eine der frühesten gedruckten Karten des Schwarzen Meeres. Er ist die editio princeps des griechischen Textes und gleichzeitig die erste Übersetzung. Der Griechische und lateinische Text sind in beiden Teilen des Werkes nebeneinander in 2 Spalten gesetzt. Flavius Arrianus, römischer Politiker und Geschichtsschreiber, wurde von Kaiser Hadrian mit der Erkundung der Küsten und Handelsplätze des Schwarzen Meeres beauftragt. "Wir wissen, daß sich sein Schiff 'nautischer Instrumente' bediente, aber wir besitzen keine Angabe, wie die Küstenentfernungen gemessen wurden". (Kretschmer 501). Die zu diesem Teil gehörige, schöne Karte ist unten rechts mit XM LF bezeichnet, dieses Kürzel lies sich aber durch uns nicht auflösen. - Laut Pauly gilt Arrians Autorschaft der Beschreibung des Roten Meeres heute als gesichert. - Den größeren Teil beider Bände nimmt Joh. Wilhelm Stuckis Kommentar ein, der unter Verwendung zahlreicher antiker und neuer Reisebeschreibungen das Wissen seiner Zeit über diese beiden Binnenmeere zusammenfasst. - Auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz das handschriftlich Exlibris von A. J. Penzel, dem "reichbegabten, aber völlig halt- und zuchtlosen Abenteuer und Polyhistor" (ADB). - Brunet I, 497; Adams A 20105; Dmyterko, Atlas Ukrainiae et Ponti Euxini, 55..

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        Constituciones Synodales, del Arçobispado de Burgos .

      1577. . 1577 - Impreso por Felipe de Junta. Burgos. . 1 Vol. . 48 H.+343 pp. Folio Menor. Pergamino. Derecho (Eclesiástico), Historia de España (General), Local España (Burgos), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (Historia de la Iglesia), Siglo XVI . El arzobispo de Burgos Francisco Pacheco (1521-1579), sobrino nieto del Duque de Alba, se encargó de recopilar estas constituciones sinodales, que recogen toda la normativa eclesiástica generada y asimilada por la diócesis burgalesa a lo largo de la historia. Dividido en cinco libros, abarca prácticamente cualquier cuestión relacionada con la Iglesia Católica, sus representantes y sus miembros. Así encontramos normas respecto a la ordenación de sacerdotes, su recto comportamiento, la administración de los sacramentos, su fuero de inmunidad, el procedimiento de la eucaristía. y también normas relativas al comportamiento de los feligreses en las ceremonias, derecho matrimonial, sucesorio, penal, administración de los castigos, normativas de armas, etc. Obra de gran importancia para el conocimiento de la historia de la Iglesia en esta provincia castellana.

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        Opus catechisticum, sive De summa doctrinae Christianae ... praeclaris divinae scripturae testimoniis, sanctorumque Patrum sententijs sedulo illustratum opera D. Petri Busaei ..., nunc vero primum accessione nova locupletatum atque restitutum. Editio altera multis in locis auctior atque correctior, cui & Epistola praeliminaris ad ... Episcopum Herbipolensem accessit.

      Coloniae (Köln), apud Geruinum Calenium, & haeredes Iohannis Quentelij, 1577,. in-Folio, 2-spalt. Text, 16 Bl., der Titel-Holzschnitt stellt ein eiförmiges Medaillon mit einem hübschen Christuskopfe dar + 791 S. + 55 S. + 1 Bl. (weiss), einige Holzschnitt-Initialen, gebräunt, wasserfleckig hauptsächlich an den Rändern, vereinzelt kleine Tintentenfleckchen und Randein- oder ausrissen, alte hs. Exlibris und rezenter violetter Bleistiftseintrag auf dem Titelblatt, Holzdeckelband auf Bünden bezogen mit reichlich blindgeprägtem Pergament (u.a. floralen und Porträt-Rollenstempel), Rücken übermalt, drei Etikette auf dem Rücken davon eins mit Titel, fleckig und berieben, kleine Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital, einige winzigen Wurmlöcher, Schliessresten.. Zweite, sehr verbesserte Ausgabe der berühmten Katechismus der Führer der deutschen Gegenreformation. Braunsberg bestätigt die grosse Bedeutung dieser ersten von Hasius besorgten Ausgabe: "In die Fussstapfen des Busäus trat nun der Kölner Jesuit Johannes Hase, gewönlich Hasius genannt. Schon gegen den Eingang des Jahres 1566 war er zu Köln mit dem Meister des Katechismus persönlich bekannt geworden. Jetzt entspann sich ein lebhafter Briefwechsel zwischen den beiden Männern; sein Ergebniss liegt vor in dem mächtigen, hübsch gedruckten Foliobande, welcher im Jahre 1577 mit neuer Gutheissung des Inquisitors Theodorich von Herzogenbusch bei Gerwin Calenius zu Köln ... erschien. ...Mit dem "Christenlehrwerke" hatten die drei Niederländer Canisius, Buys und Hase der Kirche Gottes eine reiche Schatz- und Rüstkammer zur Verfügung gestellt. (Zwei Doctoren der Pariser Sorbonne) Dadre und Perier gaben zu Anfang des Jahres 1579 die amtliche Erklärung ab, das gemeine Wohl der Kirche erheische einen Neudruck des Buches".Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Adams C-527; Index Aureliensis 131.200; VD 16 C 732; Braunsberg, Entstehung ... Katechismen ... Canisius 135ff (doch gibt für die von Ihm auf S. 145 zitierte und gelobte 2., sehr verbesserte Ausgabe, fälschlich die Kollation der 3. Ausgabe); Sommervogel-de Backer.

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        THE HOLY BYBLE ( BIBLE ) CONTEYNING THE OLDE AND NEWE TESTAMENT. Whereunto is joyned the whole service, used in the Church of England. 1577. Set foorth by aucthoritie

      London, R. Jugge, Printer to the Queenes Majestie 1577.Bishops' version, 1577, small 4to, approximately 205 x 155 mm, 8 x 6 inches, title page to New Testament and divisional titles to the second and third parts of the Old Testament, and to the Apocrypha have a patterned border with a small royal coat of arms at the top and a pelican feeding its young at the bottom, publisher's device on colophon with pelican and 2 allegorical figures, 1 half page woodcut of the Garden of Eden, 1 full page of the 12 tribes and the Tabernacle, 3 maps in the text and 2 full page maps, historiated initials, pages ruled in red, leaves: [36 of 40], 1 - 103, [1] blank, title page to 2nd part, 106 - 252, title page to 3rd part, 254 - 500, 581 - 592. New Testament, title page, 2 - 127, Psalmes, title page, pages: [4], 1 - 99, page 99 misplacedin last section, [14 of 16], lacks A1. LACKS THE GENERAL TITLE, 2 FOLLOWING PRELIM LEAVES (Preface), and the 2nd leaf of "List of Bookes to Old Testament", the jump in pagination (500 - 581) is in all copies, nothing is missing; collation: pi6 ( - pi1 - 3 and pi6), ***6, (*2 misnumbered *3), [cross]4, AI - C8, A - Z8, Aa - Hh8, Ii4, KK - Zz8, Aaa - Sss8, Ttt4; A - P8, Q6. The NT is followed by The Metric Psalms printed in London by John Daye 1577. Bound in old panelled calf, rebacked with raised bands and gilt title and date, boards cornered in decorated brass with a single boss, small central decorated brass lozenge with single boss to both boards, decorated brass clasps, not matching and partially renewed at sometime, ornate gilt monogram to both boards: "C C", early endpapers retained. Inner paper hinges strengthened neatly with paper strip, ex college library with armorial bookplate on front pastedown stamped "Withdrawn", ink name with date 1748 on front endpaper, faint inscription on 2nd blank endpaper, 2 small rusty marks with hole at centre on first 2 endpapers, caused by nails in clasps, similar smaller marks on rear endpapers, first page of prelims (pi4 - A prayer) is dusty and stamped in red at top and bottom with the name of the college, top margins cropped throughout, affecting some running titles, fingermarks to many margins, small brown stain on pages 141v - 142r, no loss of legibility, another on 255v - 256 obscuring a few words, large pale brown stain on 176v, no loss, small piece missing from lower corner of Nnn1 with loss of a few words, a large lower corner missing from D6 (135 x 75 mm, 5" x 3") that is St. Luke Chapters IV and V, worming to lower margins of NT folios 23 - 39, sometimes touching bottom line of text, loss of 2 words on both sides of folio.27 and folio.29, large pale water stain from NT folio.23 to folio.105, small closed tear to lower corner of NT folio.78, no loss. A very good copy of an Elizabethan Bible. Darlow and Moule, No.112; Herbert page 85, No.150. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Lexicon iuris civilis, per C. V. D. Iac. Spiegelium, postremo auctum & recognitum. Letzter Druck - von 1538 bis 1577 erschienen in Straßburg, Lyon und Basel insgesamt 12 Drucke des Werkes, von denen der vorliegende Druck der letzte und umfangreichste ist.

      Basel, Eusebius Episcopius für die Offizin Herwagen (Ex Officina Hervagiana, per Eusebium Episcopium), 1577. - 275 nn. Bll., 376 Spalten, 7 nn. Bll. Mit fast blattgroßem, altkolorierten Holzschnitt auf dem Titel und altkolorierter Holzschnittdruckermarke auf der letzten Seite. Folio, Schweinslederband der Zeit auf 5 Bünden, mit reicher Rollenstempelprägung und zentralem Plattenstempel auf beiden Deckeln. Einband berieben, fleckig und gebräunt sowie etwas beschabt; Vorderdeckel mit einigen Wurmlöchern, hinterer Deckel mit wenigen Wurmlöchern; Deckel an den Ecken bestoßen und mit kleinen Fehlstellen und Bezugsfehlstellen; kleine Bezugsfehlstelle am oberen Kapital; Deckelkanten mit wenigen kleinen Bezugsfehlstellen; Vorderdeckel mit Stoßspur an der seitlichen Kante; zu Beginn und Schluß mit wenigen Wurmlöchern (nicht in Text oder Abbildungen hineingehend); Vorsätze etwas angestaubt, fingerfleckig, fleckig und gebräunt; hinterer Spiegel und hinterer Vorsatz stärker stockfleckig; Titel etwas angestaubt, fingerfleckig und fleckig sowie leicht angerändert; häufig in den Rändern etwas wasserfleckig (nur vereinzelt gering in den Textrand hineingehend); etwas stockfleckig und leicht gebräunt; manchmal etwas fleckig, vereinzelt auch etwas stärker (meist Tintenflecken) - 1 Blatt (T3) stark tintenfleckig; teils kleine Knickspuren in den Ecken; 6 Bll. mit kleiner Randläsur im Kopfsteg (Bll. i 1-6); einige Tintenunterstreichungen und Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand; alter Eintrag auf dem hinteren Innendeckel, alter Besitzvermerk auf dem vorderen Innendeckel; Kolorit der beiden Holzschnitte etwas auf die jeweils andere Seite des Blattes durchschlagend. Recht breitrandiges Exemplar. Zweispaltiger Druck - die letzten 7 Bll. (Register) in dreispaltigem Druck. Das juristische Hauptwerk des bedeutenden deutschen Humanisten Jakob Spiegel (geb. 1483 - gest. um 1547). Enthält im Anhang auch Beiträge von Christoph Hegendorff, Philipp Melanchthon und Johann (Johannes) Oldendorp. Exemplar mit deutlichen Gebrauchs- und Alterungsspuren - der schöne Titelholzschnitt und die schöne Holzschnittdruckermarke in einem reizvollen Altkolorit. VD 16 S 8316. DE [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DESCRITTIONE DI TUTTA L'ITALIA & ISOLE PERTINENTI AD ESSA. Di. F. Leandro Alberti. Bolognese. Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, & le signorie della Citta, & de' Castelli; co'i nomi antichi, & Moderni; i costumi de popoli, & Le conditioni

      Apresso Gio Maria Leni, Venetia (Venice) 1577 - [lxiv] 1002 pages of text, [ii] blank followed by another work of 192 pages, followed by [viii] pages of table/index. Circa 1700 vellum binding, in excellent condition, with minimal shelfwear and soiling. Circa pre-1650 scholarly marginalia in Italian scattered lightly throughout text. Title page with label residue at bottom edge, and minor damage to first layer of paper (skinning, result of partial removal of previous owner’s label). Three leaves of index with bottom margin repaired. 24 pages of text with tiny wormhole at top margin, not affecting text. Title continues "de paesi. Et di piu gl'huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustra, i Monti, i Lagi, i Fiumi, le Fontane, i Bagni, le Minere, & tutte l'opere marauigliose in lei dalla Natura prodotte. Aggiontoui di nouo, a soui luochi, tutto quello, ch'e successo fino l'anno 1577. & tutto ricorretto." 2nd section, with same publisher but published in 1576 is titled "Isole Appartenenti Alla Italia, Descritte Fr. Leandro Alberti Bolognese. Dinuouo riccorette, & con l'aggionta in piu luoghi de diuersi cose occorse sino a' nostri tempi adornate." Both tile pages have a large woodblock illustration, and text contains numerous decorative woodblock initials. Italian Geography and Culture. 2nd section includes important information about Sicily, Corsica, Sardina and Venice not included in the earliest edition. This edition was not issued with any maps. F. Leandro Alberti (1479-1552). Size: Tall octavo (8vo) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        The Navigation and v[o]yages of Lewes Vertomannus, Gentelman of the citie of Rome, to the regions of Arabia, Egypte, Persia, Syria, Ethiopia, and East India, both within and without the ryver of Ganges, etc. In the yeere of our Lorde 1503. Conteynyng many notable and straunge thinges, both hystoricall and naturall. Translated out of Latine into Engylshe, by Richarde Eden).

      London, Richard Jugge, 1577. - 4to. (4 [instead of 10]), 464 [instead of 466] ff. (wants the first 6 ff. of prelims, final 2 ff. of text and the 6 ff. of "special advices" and index, all supplied in facsimile). With historiated woodcut initials. Splendid modern red morocco, both covers richly gilt, gilt fillets to raised bands. Stored in custom-made cloth clamshell box with gilt spine title. The first English edition of Ludovico di Varthema's famous travels to Arabia, Persia, and India: the highly important and adventurous narrative containing the first recorded visit of a westerner to Mecca. All early editions of Varthema’s "Itinerario" are exceedingly rare (even the 2013 Hajj exhibition at the MIA, Doha, only featured the 1654 reprint; cf. below). - Varthema, a gentleman adventurer and soldier from Bologna, left Venice at the end of 1502. In 1503 he reached Alexandria and ascended the Nile to Cairo, continuing to Beirut, Tripoli, Aleppo and Damascus, where, adopting Islam and taking the name of Yunas, he joined a Mameluke escort of a Hajj caravan and began the pilgrimage to Mecca. Varthema was amazed by what he observed: "Truly I never saw so many people collected in one spot as during the twenty days I remained there", he begins, and arriving at the Great Mosque, continues, "it would not be possible to describe the sweetness and the fragrances which are smelt within this temple." Thanks to his knowledge of Arabic and Islam, Varthema was able to appreciate the local culture of the places he visited. Impressed and fascinated, he describes not only rites and rituals, but also social, geographical, and day-to-day details. "I determined, personally, and with my own eyes", he declares in the prefatory dedication, "to ascertain the situation of places, the qualities of peoples [.] of Egypt, Syria, Arabia Deserta and Felix, Persia, India, and Ethiopia, remembering well that the testimony of one eye-witness is worth more than ten hear-says." His good fortune did not continue unabated, however: after embarking at Jeddah and sailing to Aden, he was denounced as a Christian spy and imprisoned. He secured his release and proceeded on an extensive tour of southwest Arabia. Stopping in Sanaa and Zebid as well as a number of smaller cities, he describes the people, the markets and trade, the kind of fruits and animals that are plentiful in the vicinity, and any historical or cultural information deemed noteworthy. Returning to Aden, and after a brief stop in Ethiopia, he set sail for India. In addition to visiting Persia, Varthema explored the coasts of Malabar and Coromandel, including a stay at Calicut at the beginning of 1505. He also purports to have made extensive travels around the Malay peninsula and the Moluccas. Returning to Calicut in August 1505, he took employment with the Portuguese at Cochin and, in 1508, made his way back to Europe via the Cape of Good Hope. - First published in 1510, Varthema's account became an immediate bestseller. In addition to his fascinating account of Egypt, Syria, the Arabian Peninsula, and the holy Muslim cities, "Varthema brought into European literature an appreciation of the areas east of India [.] which it had previously not received from the sea-travelers and which confirmed by firsthand observations many of the statements made earlier by Marco Polo and the writers of antiquity" (Lach, I. i. 166). "Varthema was a real traveller. His reports on the social and political conditions of the various lands he visited are reliable as being gathered from personal contact with places and peoples. His account of the overland trade is of great value in that we are made to see it before it had begun to give way to the all-seas route. He even heard of a southern continent and of a region of intense cold and very short days, being the first European probably after Marco Polo to bring back the rumor of Terra Australis" (Cox I, 260). - Published as an extensive part of "The History of Travayle in the West and East Indies" - one of the first [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DESCRITTIONE DI TUTTA L'ITALIA & ISOLE PERTINENTI AD ESSA. Di. F. Leandro Alberti. Bolognese. Nella quale si contiene il sito di essa, l'origine, & le signorie della Citta, & de' Castelli; co'i nomi antichi, & Moderni; i costumi de popoli, & Le conditioni

      Venetia (Venice): Apresso Gio Maria Leni, 1577. [lxiv] 1002 pages of text, [ii] blank followed by another work of 192 pages, followed by [viii] pages of table/index. Circa 1700 vellum binding, in excellent condition, with minimal shelfwear and soiling. Circa pre-1650 scholarly marginalia in Italian scattered lightly throughout text. Title page with label residue at bottom edge, and minor damage to first layer of paper (skinning, result of partial removal of previous owner?'s label). Three leaves of index with bottom margin repaired. 24 pages of text with tiny wormhole at top margin, not affecting text. Title continues "de paesi. Et di piu gl'huomini famosi, che l'hanno illustra, i Monti, i Lagi, i Fiumi, le Fontane, i Bagni, le Minere, & tutte l'opere marauigliose in lei dalla Natura prodotte. Aggiontoui di nouo, a soui luochi, tutto quello, ch'e successo fino l'anno 1577. & tutto ricorretto." 2nd section, with same publisher but published in 1576 is titled "Isole Appartenenti Alla Italia, Descritte Fr. Leandro Alberti Bolognese. Dinuouo riccorette, & con l'aggionta in piu luoghi de diuersi cose occorse sino a' nostri tempi adornate." Both tile pages have a large woodblock illustration, and text contains numerous decorative woodblock initials. Italian Geography and Culture. 2nd section includes important information about Sicily, Corsica, Sardina and Venice not included in the earliest edition. This edition was not issued with any maps. F. Leandro Alberti (1479-1552).. First thus edition. Hardcover. Very good+ condition. Tall octavo (8vo).

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        Apomasaris Apotelesmata, Siue De Signifcatis et Euentis Insomniorum; Ex Indorum, Persasrum, Aegyptiorumque Disciplina

      Excudebat Andreas Wechelus, Francofurti 1577 - [1] 405, [10] Translated from the then unpublished Greek version by Johannes Leunclavius. The original Arabic version is lost, the Greek text was originally published in: Artemidori Daldiani & Achmetis Sereimi in 1603. This earlier Latin version has also been attributed to the astrologer Abu Ma'shar. Bound in 3/4 black morocco over marbled paper covered boards, flat spine with lettering and rules in gilt, marbled endpapers with matching marbled edges, head of spine with surface chip. A very good copy. Size: 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall

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        Los otros dos libros Undecimo y Duodecimo de la Coronica General de España, que continuava Ambrosio de Morales prosiguiendo adelante de los Cinco libros que el Maestro Florian de Ocampo dexo escritos. Van juntas en esta parte de la Coronica las Antiguedades de España que hasta agora se han podido escrevir.

      Alcalá de Henares, en casa de Juan de Lequerica, en Abril del año 1577. - Folio; 8 hojas, incluida portada grabada, 17 folios numerados encuadernados incorrectamente,1 hoja con un grabado simbólico de Hispania, 225 folios, 5 hojas más 5 hojas, de seis, faltando la portada de «Antiguedades de España», 130 folios de 131, faltando el último, así como el folio 128. Numerosas reproducciones de inscripciones romanas. Abundantes errores en la numeración de los folios. Refuerzos antiguos en portada y varios folios, con pérdidas de palabras. Taladros de polilla a principio y fin, que ocasionalmente afectan letras. Encuadernación de la época en piel, con superlibros, bastante fatigada y que presenta pérdidas en lomera y en el plano posterior.

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        Regla (la) y stablescimientos de la cavalleria de Sanctiago del Espada. Con la Hystoria del Origen y principio della. -

      Madrid, Francisco Sanchez, 1577.In - folio piccolo (30,8 x 20,4 cm.). Legatura coeva in pergamena molle; macchioline e lievi tracce d'uso alle estremità. Frontespizio architettonico che racchiude le Armi reali, incisione a piena pagina di S. Jacopo di Compostela che combatte contro i Mori entro una cornice architettonica arricchita dalla croce di Santiago in rosso inserite in conchiglie, incisione a piena pagina della medesima croce entro una raffinata cornice rinascimentale, e vari graziosi capilettera, il tutto inc. in legno. (16) 156 ff. Antica nota di possesso nel margine inferiore bianco del frontespizio; marginali fioriture e aloni. Prima edizione impressa a Madrid della regola dei Cavalieri dell?Ordine di Santiago (prima edizione: Valladolid 1527). L?Ordine venne fondato nel XII secolo e ricevette la sua prima regola nel 1171 dal Cardinal Jacinto (Roma 1106 - 1198), allora legato in Spagna di Papa Alessandro III (nel 1191 divenne Papa Celestino III). L'Ordine adottò la regola più moderata degli Agostiniani, il carattere era ospedaliero e militare come quello di Malta. I membri, che godevano di tutti i privilegi e delle esenzioni degli altri ordini monastici e potevano contrarre matrimonio, parteciparono a imprese militari e marittime contro i Musulmani. First edition printed in Madrid (1st: Valladolid 1527). The Order was founded in the 12th century, its character was hospitaller and military like that of Malta. The knights had all the privileges and exemptions of other monastic orders, the right to marry, and they participated in the military and maritime expeditions against the Muslims. Woodcut royal arms on title within architectural border, full - page woodcut of St. James of Compostela fighting the Moors within an architectural border, another full - page woodcut incorporating a large cross printed in red, and various decorative initials. Some mild browning and foxing but generally a good copy bound in contemp. limp vellum, slightly soiled, foot of outer margin of covers a little worn.

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        Sancti Ioannis Damasceni Opera, multo quam unquam antehac auctiora, magnàque ex parte nunc de integro conversa. Per D. Iacobum Billium Prunaeum, S. Michaelis in eremo Coenobiarcham. Accessit locuples rerum & verborum in his memorabilium Index

      Apud Guillelmum Chaudiere 1577 Prima edizione della versione latina curata da Giacomo Billy, in folio, cc.615, (13), leg. coeva in p / perg. con alette sul taglio centr., tit. manoscritto al ds., grande marca tipogr. al front. e ritratto dell?A. inciso su rame al verso del front., grandi e magnifici capil. inc., belle test., qualche disegno di spiegaz. inc. n.t., alcuni passi dell?opera con la lingua originale greca a fronte. A parte qualche timbrino e piccole antiche annot. a penna al front., l?esempl. si presenta magnifico su carta forte e chiara, con ampi margini.

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        Opera Iacobi Cuiacii i.c. quae de iure fecit in hunc diem, ab ipso auctore disposita et recognita, & aucta libro singulari Consultationum, & libr. XV. XVI. XVII. Obseruationum

      Paris: Apud Sebastianum Niuellium, 1577. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION. Large folio: 3 volumes in one. 4 ff., 332 pp; 6 ff., 390 pp; 228 pp. BOUND IN CONTEMPORARY FRENCH CALF, richly blind-tooled, evidence of two pair of ties (binding worn, spine defective; damp staining to lower margins throughout). Provenance: early blind-stamps of the now-defunct Theological Institute of Connecticut FIRST EDITION of the collected works of Cujas, "le fondateur de l'etude moderne du droit" (NBG), a "beautiful and exact [edition] now very scarce" of his monumental reappraisal of Roman Law (1911 Enc. Brit); the only edition published in his lifetime. Scarce in any condition; our copy, which is preserved in a contemporary French binding, is the only one currently on the market. * Cujas was a key figure in the establishment of modern jurisprudence, and the founder, with Alciat, of Renaissance legal studies. He was "le veritable fondateur de l'ecole historique du droit" (M. Lerminier, Introduction Generale a l'Histoire du Droit, Paris 1829, pp. 43-46). * By his exegesis of Latin texts, Cujas sought to place the Roman law in its historical context. Unlike previous scholars, he was relatively unconcerned with the practical applications of Roman law and wished primarily to study the ancient texts in their relation to history and literature. He is often considered the founder of the historical school of jurisprudence. Much of his critical effort was directed toward reconstructing in the original form the excerpts from eminent Roman jurists quoted in the Corpus Juris Civilis. * Cujas has long been considered the oracle of jurisconsults: few penetrated deeper into the understanding and explanation of the Roman laws, and fewer had a better command of the Latin language. His surpassing merit as a jurisconsult consisted in the fact that he turned from the ignorant commentators on Roman law to the Roman law itself. He consulted a very large number of manuscripts, of which he had collected more than 500 in his own library; In jurisprudence his study was far from being devoted solely to Justinian; he recovered and gave to the world a part of the Theodosian Code, with explanations; and he procured the manuscript of the Basilica, a Greek abridgment of Justinian, afterwards published by Fabrot. He also composed a commentary on the Consuetudines Feudorum, and on some books of the Decretals. In the Paratitla, or summaries which he made of the Digest, and particularly of the Code of Justinian, he condensed into short axioms the elementary principles of law, and gave definitions remarkable for their admirable clearness and precision. * Jacques Cujas was born in Toulouse in 1520. From modest beginnings, Cujas studied law in his hometown with Arnaud du Ferrier, having earned a solid reputation as a scholar of Justinian. In 1554 he was appointed professor of law at Cahors; he then went to Bourges in 1555. After two visits to Valencia, and then to Paris, in 1576, he returned to Bourges. The religious wars drove him out. He was called by the king to Paris, and permission was granted him by the parlement to lecture on civil law in the university there. A year later, he finally took up residence at Bourges, where he remained till his death in 1590, in spite of a handsome offer made him by pope Gregory XIII in 1584 to attract him to Bologna. * CONTENTS: Vol. I: Notae ad libros IIII Institutionum Dn. Justiniani. Vol. II: Paratitla in libros L Digestorum seu Pandectarum. Commentaria in Pandectarum. Vol. III: Ad Africanum tractatus IX. * This copy, like that of George Washington University, Berkeley Law Library, Tulane Law Library, and Mount Angel Abbey, does not contain Vols. IV (Commentarii ad tres postremos libros codicis Dn. Justiniani) and V (Observationum et emendationum libri XVII). * REFERENCES: Adams C3028 (2 copies only, both lacking volume IV-V). Not in Brunet, or Graesse; cf. Printing and the Mind of Man 4.

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        und medizinischen Werken.

      . (17,5 x 11,5 cm). Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit reicher Rollen- und Platten-Blindprägung sowie handschriftlichen Rückentiteln.. Enthalten sind 1. (Muhammad Ibn Sirin). Apomasaris apotelesmata, sive de significatis et eventis insomniorum, ex Indorum, Persarum, Aegyptiorumque disciplina. Frankfurt. Wechel. 1577. (16 (2w)) 405 (10) S. - Lateinische Originalausgabe des berühmten "Traumbuchs" nach der Lehre der Inder, Perser und Ägypter. - Der Mathematiker und Astronom Albumasar galt als der bedeutendste persische Astrologe, mit großem Einfluss auf die Entstehung des astrologischen Weltbildes im Mittelalter. - VD16 A1204; Adams A 1326; Caillet I, 153 (Albumazar Abalachus) "Rarissime"; Wellcome I, 155; Rosenthal BMP 1959; Hayn-G. I, 101 (Anm.); Graesse, BMP 97. - 2. Scribonius, Wilhelm Adolph. Rerum physicarum, iuxta leges logicas methodica explicatio. Frankfurt. Wechel. 1577. 107 (5 (2w)) S. - Originalausgabe der äußerst seltenen Naturlehre des in Marburg promovierten Mediziners und Hexentheoretikers, in der auch seine magischen Vorstellungen zum Ausdruck kommen. "In (his preface) Scribonius declares that God did not create the world indirectly through angels, virtues or other secondary causes infinite age ago, but created it directly just 5544 years since. He also quotes biblical passages to prove that the earth does not move" (Thorndike). Scribonius, überzeugter Anhänger von Petrus Ramus, "hat mehrere für das Hexenwesen und die Verfolgung der Hexen plaidirende... Schriften verfasst" (Hirsch). - Hirsch/H. V, 191; VD16 S5116; vgl. Durling 4167 und Neu 3744 (beide die Ausgabe 1585); Adams S 772 (Ausgabe 1581); Thorndike VI, 352 ff. (sehr ausführlich). - 3. Wier (Weyer), Johannes. De ira morbo, eiusdem curatione philosophica, medica & theologica, liber. Basel. Oporinus. 1577. 183 (8) S. - Erste Ausgabe dieser Abhandlung über den Zorn und seine philosophische, medizinische und theologische Behandlung. Weyer schildert darin in bewegten Worten auch die Greuel des spanischen Krieges in den Niederlanden. He "was the first European physician to take an empirical, scientific approach to the study of mental illness. At the height of the witchcraft delusion he argued that witches were mentally ill women who deserved human treatment instead of torture and punishment. Weyer 'reduced the clinical problems of psychopathology to simple terms of everyday life and everyday, human, inner experiences'" (Garrison-Morton). - VD16 W2650; Adams W 140; Durling 4732; Waller 10293a; Wellcome I, 6740; Norman 2221 - 4. Fernel, Jean. Febrium curandarum methodus generalis. Nunqam antehac edita. Frankfurt. Wechel. 1577. (12) 94 S. - Erste Ausgabe dieser posthum erschienenen Abhandlung. - Fernel (1497-1558), Leibarzt von Heinrich II. und Katharina de Medici, versucht hier die verschiedenen Fieberformen in unterschiedlichen Organen zu lokalisieren. - Hirsch/H. II, 505; VD16 F766; Durling 1486. - Titel handschriftlich nummeriert und mit Blattweisern. Vorsätze etwas gebräunt. Einband gering berieben. Schließen fehlen. Insgesamt sehr gut erhaltenes Exemplar in einem herrlichen zeitgenössischen Einband

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        Defensio assertionum theologicarum de vera et sacrosancta Christi, quam habet in terris, ecclesia militante, quas Graetii, die 30 mensis Januarii anni MDLXXV, Henricus Blyssemius [... ] defendit contra disputationem oppositam, quam Tubingensis quidam nuper adversus easdem edidit.

      Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1577. 4to. 8, 139 Bll., 1 Bl. weiss. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel. Angebunden: Heerbrand, Jacob. Refutatio defensionis assertionem Iesuiticarum de Ecclesia Christi, hoc anno aeditae. In qua praecipua Religionis Pontificiae capita refelluntur. Tübingen, Georg Gruppenbach 1577. 4to. 6, 212 [=188] Bll.num. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf Titel. Angebunden: Andreae, Jacob. Oratio de intauratione studii theologici, in academia Witebergensi, ad eam puritatem Doctrinae coelestis, in qua. viuente D. Luthero, Doctores Sacrarum Literarum pie consenserunt. Tübingen, Georg Gruppenbach 1577. 4to. 24 Bll.nnum, das letzte weiss. Mit Metallschnitt-Titeleinfassung. Angebunden: Andreae, Jacob. Oratio de studio sacrarum literarum. In academia Lipsensi recitata Tübingen, Georg Gruppenbach 1577. 4to. 14 Bll.nnum, das letzte weiss. Mit Metallschnitt-Titeleinfassung. Blindgepresster Schweinslederband der Zeit mit 1 (von 2) Schliessen sowie Bestzermongramm "IRW" und Datum "1578" auf dem Vorderdeckel (minimale Gebrauchsspuren).. Schöner Sammelband mit Streitschriften des Kölner Jesuiten Blyssemius (1526-1586) und seines Kontrahenten Heerbrand, beide in erster Ausgabe. Angehängt sind zwei seltene Reden des Württembergischen Reformators Andreae. Provenienz: Auf Titel von I. zeitgenössischer Kaufeintrag des Johannes Corvinus, der den Band in Tübingen von Daniel Wittgenstein erwarb, weiterer zeitgenössischer Kaufeintrag auf Titel von II., Klosterbibliothek Volkersberg bei Bad Brückenau (aufgelöst 1966. Exlibris von 1706 auf vorderem Innedeckel, Stempel auf Titel von I.). - Druckermarke auf Titel von I. rot ankoloriert, fast fleckenlos und gut erhalten. - I.) VD 16, B-5798; Sommervogel I, 1551; Stalla 1342 II.) VD 16, H-1079; Adams H-131 III.) VD 16, A-2668 IV.) nicht im VD 16..

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        Les Diverses leçons de Pierre Messie gentil-homme de Sevile, avec trois dialogues dudit auteur, contenans variables & memorables histoires, mises en françois par Claude GRUGET parisien, augmentees outre les precedentes impressions de la suited'icelles, faite par Antoine du Verdier, sieur de Vauprivas, &c. [Ensemble : ] Les Diverses leçons d'Antoine du Verdier sieur de Vauprivas, &c. Suivans celles de Pierre Messie, contenans plusieurs histoires, discours & faicts memorables recueilliz des auteurs grecs, latins & italiens. Avec deux tables, l'une des chapitres l'autre des principales matieres y contenues

      The first edition of Pierre lessons Messiah translated Gruget appeared in 1552 The second book. Lessons Antoine Verdier are here in the first edition. The editor was published the same year these lessons Antoine Verdier as a result of lessons that Peter Messiah reprinted thus the same year. Rare edition absent from Brunet (which evokes an edition from 1584) and Graesse. Harness (catalog Lyon impressions sixteenth) announces that copies the name of Honorat are very rare. Absent the BN France. A medallion portrait in the book by Antoine Verdier. Editions in small print. Full Sheepskin eighteenth, back nerve. Top cap bearing a tear, lack in tail headdress. Various frictions. The second part is cropped short and a little bias. Pedro Mexia (1496-1552) Spanish writer, Frenchified Stone Messiah had a good reputation for his work of variation Leccion Silva, an encyclopedic compilation of which the first edition published in Seville in 1540. Gruget Claude gave the first French translation in 1552 . Du Verdier Lessons are based on the same principle, consisting of a collection of various scholarly and always curious materials, Both collections are conspicuous by their learnings, covering topics as diverse as Turkish or marriage, wine, or 'venereal act (evil of Naples). This type of work, accumulating history, science, geography, chemistry and other disciplines is quite characteristic of the scholarly approach to the sixteenth century, not only the popular view, but also scientific. chez Barthelemy Honorat A Lyon 1577 Deux ouvrages en un Vol. in 8 (16,5 x 11 cm) (page de titre manquante) 661(11), (20) 422 (22) relié

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      At London.1577.Conteyning, the description and chronicles of England, from the first inhabiting vnto the conquest. The description and chronicles of Scotland, from the first originall of the Scottes nation, till the yeare of our Lorde. 1571. The description and chronicles of Yrelande, likewise from the firste originall of that nation, vntill the yeare. 1547. Faithfully gathered and set forth, by Raphaell Holinshed. FIRST EDITION, VOLUME I ONLY OF TWO, (Volume II continued the history of England to the reign of Elizabeth I). At London, Imprinted [by Henry Bynneman] for George Bishop, 1577. Folio, 295 x 200 mm, 11¾ x 8 inches, GENERAL TITLE PAGE MISSING (supplied in facsimile), TITLE PAGE FOR IRELAND MISSING, Scotland is present (Ireland was the same design) with a wide decorative border, a mermaid, lion heads, fruit and plants, an angel at the top and beneath 1577, at the foot "God save the Queene", text in black letter in 2 columns, NUMEROUS WOODCUTS, large historiated initials, leaves [3 of 8], 124 [i.e. 126]; pages 289, [1]; [8], 22, [2]; 518, [26] ; leaves [1 of 2], 28; pages 115, [7 of 9]; signatures 6 ( - 1 - 5), *2 A - P8, Q6, (r1) ( - r1), a - s8, t1; A2, (*b*)2, *a* - *b*6, A - 2I8, 2K4, 2L - 2M6; [fleuron]2 ( - [fleuron]1), A - C8, D4; A - D8, E8 ( - E6 - 8), F - G8, H6, I2 ( - I2), [K]1. Text of the chronicles is complete. Missing from prelims: general title page, dedication to Lord Burleigh, Preface to the Reader, missing also are r1 ( errata page which follows Description of England), (fleuron)1 (title page to Chronicle of Ireland), and the final page of the index to the History of Ireland. Bound to style in full modern calf, blind panelled to upper cover with blind ornaments at the corners, large embossed decorative ornament at the centre, raised band to spine, small blind ornament in compartments, gilt lettered morocco label, new endpapers. The first two leaves, 6 and *1 have repairs to upper outer corner with no loss, 6 repaired in inner margin also, *2 slightly chipped to upper margin, small hole in inner margin of fo.1, slight pale damp staining to first and last few leaves, occasional small stains, several tiny single worm holes from the first leaf to fo. 20, a single hole persisting to fo.42, no loss of legibility, another single hole from page 35 - 81 (Hist. of Ireland) where it is joined by a second one and by 3 more on the final errata leaf, all still easily legible, small piece missing from 3 lower corners, top corner of fo.73 (Hist. England) torn off partially affecting last word on 7 lines and 1 sidenote, a few upper margins trimmed, just shaving some running titles, some fore - edges also slightly trimmed, fo.289 has small repair to lower corner, 3 slightly untidy ink initials to title page of Scotland, small black stain on 1 woodcut (printer's ink), small light stain on another, a little scribble in 2 margins, 2 tiny rust holes to 1 leaf with loss of 2 letters, leaves of final table for Hist. of Ireland have some repairs to fore - edge margins with loss of a few letters and brown marks of old sellotape, now removed, final errata leaf has repair to lower inner corner and inner margin again with old sellotape marks. A good tight, mostly clean, copy of the first edition of Volume I (lacking 2 title pages, 4 prelim leaves, an errata page and 1 page of index as noted). As in ESTC S119439 E6 - 8 in the second sequence in Hist. of Ireland were cancelled, and replaced with cancellans F1 - 7, pages 75 - 91; cancel F7 has 2 states, ours is the second beginning: "the chiefe meanes". The 3 sections on the 3 countries are divided into a description of the country plus its history. Woodcuts appear on most pages, there are small portraits of kings and queens, many large 2 column cuts of varying height, battle scenes, sieges, towns ablaze, duels, cruel punishments, a guillotine, warships, hunting, court and street scenes, building churches, harvesting; many repeated, some several times. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        M. ACCIUS PLAUTUS EX FIDE, ATQUE AUCTORITATE COMPLURIUM LIBRORUM MANUSCRIPTORUM OPERA DIONYS. LAMBINI MONSTROLIENSIS EMENDATUS: AB EODEMQUE COMMENTARIIS EXPLICATUS. Adiecta sunt Plautina loca ex antiquis grammaticis collecta: & ex commentarium antiquarum lectionum Iusti Lipsij multorum Plauti locorum illustrationes & emendationes.

      Ex Officina Gulielmi Hetman, Coloniae 1577 - "Nunc denuò plurimis quae in priorem editionem irrepserant mendis repurgatus, multisque in locis in gratiam antiquariorum illustratus". "Cum gemino Indice: priore verborum, locutionum & sententiarum: posteriore eorum quae Commentariis D. Lambini continentur". Testo latino. Cm.33,5x20,7. Pg.(8), 792, (56). Legatura in mz.pelle con piatti marmorizzati. Tassello con titoli e fregi in oro al dorso a quattro nervature. Un bollino cartaceo applicato al piatto anteriore. Al frontespizio marca tipografica raffifurante un serpente tra le fiamme che morde un mano divina, con il motto "Neque mors, neque venenum". Cartigli e capilettera incisi. Pubblicata la prima volta l'anno precedente, nel 1576, la versione del Lambino delle 20 commedie di Plauto, con ricchissimo apparato di commentari e note, è opera di grande rarità. Il presente testo ne costituisce una contraffazione assai stimata, al pari di quella pubblicata nello stesso anno a Lione. Tito Maccio Plauto (Sarsina, tra il 255 e il 250 a.C. ? 184 a.C.) fu uno dei principali commediografi romani, esponente del genere teatrale della "Palliata" promosso da Livio Andronico, innovatore della letteratura latina. Assai popolare ai tempi di Cicerone, ebbe straordinaria capacità di rappresentare i caratteri umani, attingendo spesso alla letteratura classica greca. Dionisio Lambino, nome italianizzato di Denis Lambin (Montreuil-sur-Mer, 1516?1572) fu un apprezzato filologo. Compiuti gli studi ad Amiens ed a Tolosa, passò nel 1550 al servizio del Cardinale De Tournon, con cui compì numerosi viaggi in Italia, segnatamente a Roma, Lucca e Venezia, ove tradusse dal greco in latino l'"Etica Nicomachea" di Aristotele. Tradusse poi Orazio, Lucrezio, Cicerone, Cornelio nepote e, appunto, Plauto. La prima edizione a stampa delle commedie plautiane risale al 1472, mentre la più diffusa, prima di quella del Lambino, fu quella del Camerarius (1552). 2050 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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