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        Familiarium juris quaestionum libri tres. Hac postrema editione [...] tertius additur liber [...].

      Venedig, Damianus Zenarus (Damiano Zenaro), 1580. Fol. Mit großer Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Titel u. zahlr. Holzschn.-Vignetten bzw. -Initialen im Text. 38 nn., 217 num., 1 weißes Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel. Seltenes Werk zum Familienrecht. - Innendeckel mit einem schönen Wappen-Exlibris in Kupferstich („Ex Bibliotheca Sereniss.rum. Vtriusq. Bauariae Ducum. 1618“; 18 x 13 cm). - Einband stärker beschabt sowie etw. bestoßen u. fleckig. Schließen fehlen. Die ersten u. letzten Bll. m. kl. Wurmspuren. Etw. gebräunt u. fleckig. - EDIT16, CNCE 1676; nicht bei Adams bzw. im BM STC, Italian Books. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Ancarano (Ancharanus; Ancharano), Pietro Giovanni (Petrus Johannes; auch: Pietro d\'Ancarano), Familiarium juris quaestionum libri tres, Recht, Juridica, Familienrecht

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        Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau ('Constantinopel des Griechischen keiserthumbs hauptstatt im land Thracia am moere gelegen.').

      - kolorierter Holzschnitt aus Sebastian Münsters Cosmographie, um 1580, 27,5 x 38,5 Fauser, Repertorium älterer Topographie. Druckgraphik von 1486 bis 1750, Bd. I, S. 379, Nr. 6818. - Zeigt eine Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau. - Über der Vedute Titelkopfleiste. - Unter der Ansicht Legende. Istanbul: bird's eye view, coloured woodcut from Sebastian Münsters Cosmographie, 27,5 x 38 cm, ca. 1580

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        de gli arcibravi Paladini.

      Nelle quali intenderete i poltroneschi assalti, le ladre imprese, i porchi abbattimenti, i brutti gesti, li scostumati vitij, e goffe nomee. Nuovamente poste in luce. In Firenze, Appresso Giovanni Baleni, s.d. (ma ca. 1580), - in-8, ff. 4 n.n., legatura d'amatore del XIX secolo in marocchino granata, fleuron impresso in oro al centro dei piatti. Edizione di mitica rarità (apparentemente non censita in nessuna Biblioteca pubblica italiana) di questo componimento eroicomico in due libri in complessive 64 ottave su due colonne. Al titolo magnifica silografia (mm 86x112) raffigurante probabilmente Carlo Magno in trono circondato dai suoi Paladini, il tutto entro bordura geometrica. Si conoscono almeno quattro ristampe di questo componimento nel XVI secolo, tutte rarissime ed edite a Firenze: la prima del 1568 senza note tipografiche, cui seguirono la presente, quella del 1582 del Pagolini e quella, di nuovo del Baleni, del 1597. Nella prima edizione e in quelle successive si fa esplicito riferimento alla fonte ariostesca di questo anonimo componimento ''Con alcune stanze d'Orlando alla Birresca'', invece taciuta nella presente edizione. L'anonimo autore parafrasa infatti i più dolci tormenti d'amore dell'Orlando Furioso trasfigurandoli nelle sofferenze dei debitori perseguitati dai birri (''.d'haver tanti suoi debiti à pagare/da quel martir, da quella frenesia/da quella gente detta Birreria''). Più precisamente vengono riprese la prima e seconda ottava del Canto 31, la prima del Secondo e la quinta del 30simo. ''Le edizioni di questo poemetto sono assai rare. Essendo le prime tre ottave del medesimo simili a quelle che si leggono in altro libretto citate dalla Crusca col titolo di Stanze del Poeta Sciarra (Pietro Strozzi) fu la prima operetta da taluno confusa con la seconda. si descrivono in essa con istile bernesco varie imprese di carlo Magno e de' suoi Paladini'' (Storia ed analisi degli antichi poemi di cavalleria, IV, pp. 222-223). Rarissima placchetta di interessante componimento cavalleresco in perfetto stato di conservazione. Agnelli Ravegnani II, 1568. Sander 5389, note.Storia ed analisi degli antichi poemi di cavalleria, IV, pp. 222-223 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zwei grosse Kupferstich-Gesamtansichten von Barun und Hogenberg auf einem Doppelblatt. Dresden. Dresa Florentissimum Misniae Opp. - Leibzigk. - Lipsia litterarum Studiis et mercatura celebre Misniae oppidum.

      Köln, Braun und Hogenberg, um 1580. - circa 41 x 52,8 cm. 1 Doppelblatt verso lateinischer Text Schönes komplettes Doppelblatt mit zwei grossen Ansichten. - Gut erhalten, gering gebräunt oder leicht angestaubt, sonst schön und breitrandig.

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        Icones, id est Verae Imagines Virorum Doctrina Simul et Pietate Illustrium

      Geneva: Johannes Laon, 1580. First Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Half red morocco by Lhuinte, light wear at edges and hinges, first few and scattered other pages, including title, faded (likely from being washed), Some minor foxing and soiling. Several paper repairs to margins, occasional small edge tears and few closed tears in text, few holograph annotations, hole in the eye of the Savonarola portrait on B3 with minor affect to text on verso, small hole in text on C4, repaired paper loss with affect to border of Paulus Fagius portrait on G2. Still, quite clean and attractive overall. 37 portraits and 54 frames with names for future portraits and 44 emblems at the rear. 318pp A mixture of Protestant biography and emblem book - one of the first uses of the emblem book for Reformation purposes (the first was Montenay's Emblemmes, ou, devises Chrestiennes, 1571). Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: History; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046178.

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        Tomus sextus omnium operum., continens Enarrationes in primum librum Mose, fontem librorum Propheticorum & Apostolicorum, plenas salutaris & Christianae eruditionis.

      Wittenberg Matthaeus Welack 1580 - Fol. 36, 678 Bll. Mit Holzschnitt-Titeleinfassung. Schweinslederband d. Zt.(1605) auf Holzdeckeln mit Blindprägung. VD16 L 3440. Sechster Band der lateinischen Reihe der Wittenberger Gesamtausgabe. Die erste Auflage erschien 1555 bei Peter Seitz. - Einband fleckig und berieben. Schließen fehlen. Alter Name auf Titel. Etwas stockfleckig. Gewicht (Gramm): 4110 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera Omnia, sive Astronomiae Instauratae Progymnasmata in duas partes distributa, quorum Prima De Restitutiones Motuum Solis & Lunae, Stellarumq; inerrantium tractat. Secunda autem De Mundi Aetherei Recentioribus Phaenomensis agit.

      Large woodcut printer's device on each title & numerous woodcuts & illus. and printed tables in the text. 470, [7] pp., one blank leaf; 217, [1] pp., two leaves of dedication. Two parts in one vol. Large 4to, cont. binding from the south of France of red morocco (rather browned throughout as always with this book due to the quality of the paper, some minor worming towards end touching a few letters & carefully repaired), arms in gilt on covers of François de Rignac (1580-1663; see below), roulette border in gilt round sides, spine gilt. Frankfurt: J.G. Schönwetter, 1648. First edition of this collection of writings on the famous new star of 1572-74 (first part) and the equally famous comet of 1577 (second part); this edition, containing two of Tycho's most important works, is rare on the market. It was his observations of these two astronomical phenomena -- here printed -- that compelled Tycho to abandon the Aristotelian theory of the universe and replace it with his own geoheliocentric system. This was an enormously important step in the acceptance of the Copernican doctrine. Many of Tycho's instruments -- sextants, quadrants, and various armillae -- are well-illustrated here. This copy belonged to François de Rignac (1580-1663), attorney general of the Cour des Aides de Montpellier and bears his arms on the red morocco covers (Olivier-Hermal-de Rotton, pl. 1902). The binding of this superb copy is typical of the workshops of the south of France, especially that of Corberan, the binder for Peiresc. Though François de Rignac married a certain Jeanne de Fabry in 1627, she was apparently not closely related to Nicolas Fabri de Peiresc, a native of Aix, even though this copy could imply family ties. In 1682, according to Léopold Delisle, Colbert received a gift of one hundred and four manuscripts of Mr. de Rignac, councilor to the Cour des Aides de Montpellier and heir to the books of François de Rignac. In their Histoire du Languedoc Vic and Vayssète relate that in 1677, Étienne Baluze had already discovered the library of the "late Mr. de Rignac." It is most unusual to see this book is such a fine contemporary binding. In this copy, the two leaves with the dedication are bound, as is often the case, at the end of Part II (like the Harvard copy). Preserved in a box. ❧ Houzeau & Lancaster 2704. For de Rignac, see Guigard, II, p. 413. .

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        Biblia sacra. Quid in hac editione à Theologis Lovaniensibus praestitum sit, paulo post indicatur

      ex officina Christophori Plantini, Architypographi Regij 1580 8vo (cm. 16), 8 cc.nn., 799(1) pp., 20 cc.nn. Frontis. - con marca tipografica - entro bella cornice xilografica. Testo riquadrato su due colonne. Legatura antica in piena pelle con nervi, ricchi fregi e titolo in oro al ds. (minime tracce di usura e leggera fenditura alla cerniera anteriore). Tagli rossi, carte di guardia decorate. Antica scritta di appartenenza sulla prima carta bianca e firmetta al frontis. (che, nella parte centrale, ha un minuscolo foro). Alcune sottolineature di antica mano e poche macchioline di inchiostro. Nel complesso, ottimo e fresco esemplare. Rara edizione. Adams, B - 1088.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Ex Libris s.r.l.]
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        Vita Christi Paris Michael Sonnius

      

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        Greek MEtaphtrasis tou Psalteros Interpretatio psalmorum versibus heroicis

      

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        KREUTTERBUCH

      Strassburg: Josias Ribel, 1 August, 1580. First Edition with these Illustrations n. This is a really excellent copy of one of the most famous herbals of the 16th century, with pleasing hand coloring and with the first appearance of the charming "Pantry" woodcuts, in a binding by a known 16th century master. Lutheran pastor and physician Hieronymus Bock (1498-1554) was, with Brunfels and Fuchs, one of the three founders of botany. Educated at the University of Heidelberg, he became physician to the Count Palatine and tended the kitchen garden at the palace, where he would have grown many of the plants described here. Bock surpassed Brunfels and Fuchs as a botanist, for rather than relying on the classical descriptions of Dioscorides and Pliny as the others did, he observed the plants in nature and wrote about what he saw. As a result, Bock's work has, for example, a detailed description of lily-of-the-valley, whereas Brunfels can only tell us that the classical authors are as "silent as fishes" regarding that plant. Bock's "Kreutterbuch" ["Herbal"] first appeared in 1539 with no illustrations, because the author had no money to hire an artist or to purchase existing woodcuts. This was, in Arber's words, a "blessing in disguise, since it stimulated him to deal with plant form as expressively as possible in words. His descriptions of flowers and fruits are sometimes excellent [as a consequence], and the way in which he indicates the general habit is often masterly." Still, the public demanded that herbals have pictures, so a Strassburg artist named David Kandel (1520-92) was retained by the publisher to provide illustrations under Bock's supervision for the 1546 edition. The herbs and flowers in the first two sections are largely copied from Fuchs and Weidlitz, but Kandel redesigned those in book III (on shrubs and trees), adding such whimsical touches as rabbits, monkeys(!), a stag and a squirrel, as well as an intriguing scene featuring a devil fleeing from a rooster. Strassburg physician Melchior Sebitz (1539-1625) revised the present edition, adding Bock's fourth book (the "Pantry"), which had first appeared in an unillustrated 1550 edition, but is here enhanced with delightful illustrations that give us a glimpse of food production and markets in the 16th century. Among its lively scenes, we see a dairy, a bakery, a beekeeper, a winery, a butcher's slaughterhouse, a fish market, and a "farmers' market" with large baskets of produce on display. The impressive binding here is the work of a binder identified by Heinrich Endres as the Würzberger Meister, Jakob Preisger (fl. 1576-1613). Preisger was also a bookseller, and he bound books for the university and bishop of Würzberg as well as for monasteries in the area. Among publications for adults, herbals received harder use than perhaps any other volumes except cookbooks, so most copies get used to death or show up now only in lamentable condition. We were able to trace just two other copies of the present edition at auction since 1975, and both were incomplete (the last complete copy sold in 1972).. 348 x 225 mm. (13 5/8 x 8 3/4"). 30 p.l., 450, [23] leaves. Revised by Melchior Sebitz. First Edition with these Illustrations. EXCELLENT CONTEMPORARY BLIND-STAMPED PIGSKIN BY Jakob Preisger (roll signed with initials "I. P."), covers framed by multiple decorative rolls, including one with putti, one with medallions, and one with the allegorical figures of Caritas-Spes-Fides-Justitia, central panel stamp of Justice, raised bands, metal corner guards, two original (and one later) brass catches, remnants of a later leather thong. WITH 577 WOODCUTS, ALL COLORED BY A CONTEMPORARY HAND, 19 of these the "Speiskammer" ["Pantry"] illustrations by Tobias Stimmer and Christoph Maurer, used here for the first time. Title page with partially removed early ownership inscription; 1681 ink inscription of a German monastery (Kloster Schwarzach?) regarding acquisition of the volume; rear free endpaper and rear pastedown with later (18th century?) German ink notations; rear pastedown also with neatly written contemporary Latin instructions for making vinegar from sour wine; occasional early ink marginalia; three pages with words or short passages marked through in ink by a later user. Nissen "Herbals of Five Centuries," pp. 66-67; Nissen BBI 182; Pritzel 866. For the binding: Haebler I, 332 #2 and 333 #IV. A couple of small gouges to rear cover, spine rather soiled and crackled, but the binding quite sound, the stamps giving the impression of carved antique ivory. A3 with old repair obliterating seven words of text, leaves a shade less than bright, occasional marginal stains or thumbing, but about as fine a copy as one could hope to find of a frequently consulted 16th century herbal, with nothing approaching a serious defect, the text generally clean and fresh, and the hand coloring quite attractive. This is a really excellent copy of one of the most famous herbals of the 16th century, with pleasing hand coloring and with the first appearance of the charming "Pantry" woodcuts, in a binding by a known 16th century master. Lutheran pastor and physician Hieronymus Bock (1498-1554) was, with Brunfels and Fuchs, one of the three founders of botany. Educated at the University of Heidelberg, he became physician to the Count Palatine and tended the kitchen garden at the palace, where he would have grown many of the plants described here. Bock surpassed Brunfels and Fuchs as a botanist, for rather than relying on the classical descriptions of Dioscorides and Pliny as the others did, he observed the plants in nature and wrote about what he saw. As a result, Bock's work has, for example, a detailed description of lily-of-the-valley, whereas Brunfels can only tell us that the classical authors are as "silent as fishes" regarding that plant. Bock's "Kreutterbuch" ["Herbal"] first appeared in 1539 with no illustrations, because the author had no money to hire an artist or to purchase existing woodcuts. This was, in Arber's words, a "blessing in disguise, since it stimulated him to deal with plant form as expressively as possible in words. His descriptions of flowers and fruits are sometimes excellent [as a consequence], and the way in which he indicates the general habit is often masterly." Still, the public demanded that herbals have pictures, so a Strassburg artist named David Kandel (1520-92) was retained by the publisher to provide illustrations under Bock's supervision for the 1546 edition. The herbs and flowers in the first two sections are largely copied from Fuchs and Weidlitz, but Kandel redesigned those in book III (on shrubs and trees), adding such whimsical touches as rabbits, monkeys(!), a stag and a squirrel, as well as an intriguing scene featuring a devil fleeing from a rooster. Strassburg physician Melchior Sebitz (1539-1625) revised the present edition, adding Bock's fourth book (the "Pantry"), which had first appeared in an unillustrated 1550 edition, but is here enhanced with delightful illustrations that give us a glimpse of food production and markets in the 16th century. Among its lively scenes, we see a dairy, a bakery, a beekeeper, a winery, a butcher's slaughterhouse, a fish market, and a "farmers' market" with large baskets of produce on display. The impressive binding here is the work of a binder identified by Heinrich Endres as the Würzberger Meister, Jakob Preisger (fl. 1576-1613). Preisger was also a bookseller, and he bound books for the university and bishop of Würzberg as well as for monasteries in the area. Among publications for adults, herbals received harder use than perhaps any other volumes except cookbooks, so most copies get used to death or show up now only in lamentable condition. We were able to trace just two other copies of the present edition at auction since 1975, and both were incomplete (the last complete copy sold in 1972).

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        Divi Bonaventurae S. R. E. Episcopi Card. (Cardinalis) Albanensis. Doctorisq. (Doctorisque) Seraphici, Ord. (Ordinis) Minorum. In Quartum Librum Sententiarum. Elaborata Dilucidatio.Recognoscente R. P. M. Angelo Rocch. Augustiniano. Cum quintuplici indice.

      Venetiis 1580 - Der Halbleder-Einband ist neuwertig; innen sehr sauber; dezente alte Eintragung oben auf dem Titelblatt; Titelblatt recto und verso gestempelt, ebenso das letzte Blatt; nur sehr vereinzelt kleine Fleckchen; insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. 8 nn Bll, 640 nummerierte Blätter, Latein 820g kl. 8°, neuer Halbleder - Einband mit Rückentitel-Goldprägung und Lederecken, marmorierte Deckel, , [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The Beehive of the Romish Church 1580

      Hardcover. Good. Important 1580 The Beehive of the Romish Church by important reformer Philip Van Marnix (1505-1598). He studied theology under John Calvin and Theodore Beza and then returned to the Netherlands to further the cause of the Reformation there.While exiled for his faith, he authored the present, a biting satire on the busyness of the Romish Church. Housed in original vellum, it does lack a title and two woodcuts before the epistle. However, in the original binding and text complete... very scarce in any condition. This perhaps one of the wittiest productions of the latter reformation. Very attractive, with faults, but reasonable at this price. A copy of his catechism and Psalms from 1589 is available elsewhere at over $5,000!

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        DE LA DEMONOMANIE DES SORCIERS

      Paris: Jacques du Puys, 1580. FIRST EDITION n. Reflecting the author's strong need to protect society from sorcery, this is the first appearance of a manual for judges in witchcraft trials and a landmark work notable for its particularly hard-line support of the prosecution and persecution of witches. French jurist Jean Bodin (1529-96) was highly educated in the humanist tradition, and his works on political philosophy and economics were much respected and highly influential--which makes his belief in witchcraft and strong support of witch hunting all the more puzzling and lamentable. As judge in numerous witch trials, Bodin formulated one of the earliest legal definitions of a witch: "one who knowing God's law tries to bring about some act through an agreement with the Devil." Robbins describes him as "an unmitigated bigot" who did not shrink from torturing women, children, or invalids in order to obtain confessions. According to Bodin, normal protections afforded criminal defendants must be dispensed with, as "not one out of a million witches would be accused or punished, if regular legal procedure were followed." Death by burning was the appropriate punishment, and any judge who did not impose a sentence of death on a sorcerer should, in Bodin's view, be put to death himself. Because of his prominence as a scholar, Bodin's writings on witchcraft were persuasive at a time when skepticism about the supernatural was on the rise, and "Demonomanie" had appeared in 20 editions in four languages by 1600. Our sought-after first printing is rare in the marketplace: only seven copies have appeared at auction since 1975.. 229 x 152 mm. (9 x 6"). 14 p.l., 252 leaves. FIRST EDITION. 18th century brown calf, covers gilt with single fillet border and central arabesque, raised bands flanked by gilt rules, spine panels with gilt floral ornament, gilt titling. With woodcut printer's device to title page. Front pastedown with armorial bookplate of F. Renard; title page with ink notation dated 1609 and ink library stamp. Caillet 1269; Yve-Plessis 843. Spine and head of rear board lightly sunned, joints a little worn, extremities a bit rubbed, leaves a shade less than bright, isolated minor foxing or rust spots, occasional wormholes in gutter margin (not affecting text), other trivial imperfections, but still an excellent copy, generally clean and fresh with ample margins. Reflecting the author's strong need to protect society from sorcery, this is the first appearance of a manual for judges in witchcraft trials and a landmark work notable for its particularly hard-line support of the prosecution and persecution of witches. French jurist Jean Bodin (1529-96) was highly educated in the humanist tradition, and his works on political philosophy and economics were much respected and highly influential--which makes his belief in witchcraft and strong support of witch hunting all the more puzzling and lamentable. As judge in numerous witch trials, Bodin formulated one of the earliest legal definitions of a witch: "one who knowing God's law tries to bring about some act through an agreement with the Devil." Robbins describes him as "an unmitigated bigot" who did not shrink from torturing women, children, or invalids in order to obtain confessions. According to Bodin, normal protections afforded criminal defendants must be dispensed with, as "not one out of a million witches would be accused or punished, if regular legal procedure were followed." Death by burning was the appropriate punishment, and any judge who did not impose a sentence of death on a sorcerer should, in Bodin's view, be put to death himself. Because of his prominence as a scholar, Bodin's writings on witchcraft were persuasive at a time when skepticism about the supernatural was on the rise, and "Demonomanie" had appeared in 20 editions in four languages by 1600. Our sought-after first printing is rare in the marketplace: only seven copies have appeared at auction since 1975.

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        Pontificum Romanorum Effigies Serenissimo Principi Et Domino Andreae S.R.E. Card De Austria

      1580 - Vellum Leather Binding in very good condition, some foxing, Published in 1580 Text in Latin, Lives of the Popes 232 engraved portraits of popes, [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia Fiorentina, di M. Piero Buoninsegni, gentilhuomo fiorentino. Nuouamente data in luce, .

      In Fiorenza, appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1580, - in-4, pp. (40) , 829 , (1 f. bianco), emblema del tipografo sul titolo, iniziali istoriate. Splendida legatura di fine XVI sec. in marocchino granata (lievissime tracce d'uso alle cerniere ed alle cuffie) alle armi di Jacques-Auguste de Thou e della sua prima moglie Marie de Barbançon de Cany, esemplata nel 1587 da Le Gascon. I piatti adorni di triplice riquadro di filetti e al centro impresse in oro le armi accoppiate dei De Thou e Barbançon; dorso liscio con titolo, filetti e monogramma oro intrecciato "IAM" (Jacques-Auguste e Marie) ripetuto 5 volte, tagli dorati. Da notare che l'intersezione tra la A e la M forma la greca theta (Thou). Splendido volume proveniente da una delle più importanti biblioteche cinquecentesche: J.A. de Thou (1553-1617) fu canonico di Notre-Dame, e Presidente del Parlamento di Parigi (contribuì alla promulgazione dell'Editto di Nantes), storico (scrisse la "Storia del suo tempo" e le sue "Mémoires"). Fu tra i più raffinati bibliofili del suo tempo, raccogliendo oltre 9000 volumi: fece rilegare i suoi volumi con le proprie armi e il proprio monogramma, unendovi le armi della prima moglie e poi quelle della seconda moglie, Gasparde de La Chastre e con il monogramma "IAGG". Prima edizione di rara storia di Firenze scritta nel quattrocento da Dom. Boninsegni (1384-1466) e pubblicata dal figlio minore Piero. Esemplare di gran pregio (ex-libris Chatsworth collection). Manca alla Bibliografia Toscana del Moreni. Diz. Biogr. Italiani, XV, 251. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Discours des causes et effects admirables des Tremblemens de terre: contenant plusieurs raisons & opinions des Philosophes. Avec un brief recueil des plus remarquables tremblemens depuis la création du monde jusques à présent.

      Paris Chesneau 1580 - In-8 (157 x 99 mm) de 31 ff. (mal ch. 32) et 1 f.n.ch.; daim, double encad. sur les plats (reliure moderne, genre ancien). Intéressante étude sur les causes des séismes, d'après Aristote, Platon, etc. et récit des principaux tremblements de terre survenus dans le monde jusqu’au grand séisme qui toucha la France jusqu’à Paris en 1580 et qui provoqua un tsunami à Calais.

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        De Concepti et generatione hominis: de matrice ab euis partius.

      Sigusmund Feyerabend, Frankfurt 1580 - ILLUSTRATED BY JOST AMMAN 4to. ff (vi) 100. Italic letter. t.p with attractive bedroom scene of a successful delivery, 1/2 page arms of the dedicatee on next, more than twenty quarter to full page woodcuts of foetuses, birthing scenes, infants, obstetric equipment, twins, monsters and the female anatomy, by the celebrated illustrator Jost Amman. Uniform light paper browning, four leaves foxed, a good copy in its original limp vellum. First edition illustrated by Jost Amman of Rueff's celebrated manual of obstetrics, which "contains the first true anatomical pictures in an obstetrics book," Garrison & Morton. The text is an improved version of Rösslin's 'Der Swangern Frauen' but its importance to the embryologist lies in Rueff's illustrations which show contemporary ideas about mamalian embryology (see G & M 463), and which corrected many of Rösslin's more fantastic images. "Jacob Rueff, city physician of Zurich was responsible for the instruction and examination of the midwives of the canton. He followed the example of Rösslin and in 1554 completed his popular guide for midwives, which next to Rösslin's 'Rosengarten' became the most important obstetrical work of the Renaissance period, and with Jost Amman's fine woodcuts it is ranked as one of the most famous illustrated medical books of the sixteenth century. The book is addressed not only to midwives, pregnant women and women in childbed but also physicians and the council of scholars in general. copies [were sent] to all midwives and nurses in the canton and they were obliged to have an appropriate section of it read aloud 'by a well-read woman', if possible during any confinement they attended. Most of the illustrations. are considerably improved as they were all redrawn by Amman. His own splendid woodcuts (none of which are signed) added to the 1580 edition of Rueff, gave a good idea of sixteenth century obstetric practice endowed with a "homely charm", Itagela, "The Birth of Mankynde", pp18-25. Remarkably, it remained a practical work of medical reference well into the 18th century. BM STC Ger p.759. Fairfax Murray Ger II 372. Durling 3981. This edn not in Wellcome or Osler. Latin [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Icones, id est verae imagines virorum doctrina simul et pietate illustrium, Quorum praecipue ministerio partim bonarum literaturm studia sunt restituta, partim vera Religio invariis orbis Christiani regionibus, additis eorundem vitae & operae descriptionibus, quibus adiectae sunt nonnullae picturae quas Emblemata vocant. Theodoro Beza Auctore.

      Johannes Laon, Genf 1580 - Genf, Johannes Laon, 1580. 4,5x16 cm. 160 n.n. Bl. Mit einer Titelvign., Druckermarke, 38 Porträts, 44 Emblemen, 53 Kartuschen und vielen Zierleisten in Holzschnitt. Pgt.-Bd. des 17. Jhdts. mit hs. Rückentitel. Landwehr VI, 154. - Erstausgabe. - Mit Porträts von Theologen, Staatsmännern und Humanisten wie Bucer, Calvin, Erasmus, Conrad Gesner, Knox, Luther, Melanchthon, Sebastian Münster, Savonarola, Vadian, Zwingli u.v.a. - In die Kartuschen wurden jene Namen gedruckt, von denen kein Porträt vorhanden war. - Théodore de Bèze (1519-1605) war Nachfolger Calvins als Haupt der Genfer Reformaion. - (Einband gebräunt und etwas fleckig. Hs. Notiz auf Vorsatz. Titelblatt mit 2 Besitzvermerken. Titelblatt am oberen Seitenrand hinterlegt und gebräunt. Erste 30 Bl. mit kleinem Wurmgang. Ca. ein Drittel der Bl. mit schwachen Wasserrändern ausserhalb des Textes. Sprache: Lateinisch Pgt.-Bd. des 17. Jhdts. mit hs. Rückentitel. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Opera, quae extant, omnia Plutarchi chaeronei, ethica sive moralia complectentia. Interprete Excellentissimo ac celeberrimo I. C.Doctore, Hermanno Cruserio, [...] Nunc denuò summa fide ac diligentia recognita, multis in locis emendata, & in lucem edita. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo.

      Frankfurt am Main, (Feyerabend) 1580.. gr.-4°. 5 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 742 S., 1 w. Bl., 20 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign., Wappenholzschn., Initialen. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Wappen-Supr. Durchgeh. Wasserrand. Einbd. alt restaur. BMC 706; Adams P 1641 - Von dem Humanisten, Arzt und Juristen Hermann Cruser (1510-1574) edierte Ausgabe.

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        New Griechen landt mit andern anstossenden landern wie es zu unsern zeiten beschriben ist.':.

      - Holzschnitt v. Sebastian Münster aus Sebastian Münsters Cosmographie, um 1580, 27 x 34,5 Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800, (3. edition), Nr. 2440. - Zeigt Griechenland mit den ägäischen Inseln sowie die Küste der westlichen Türkei. - Über der Karte Titelkopfleiste. (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Variarum lectionum libri XV ... accesserunt hac editione hymni sacri, & varia eiusdem auctoris poëmata.

      First edition of Muret's classical commentaries to include the Hymni. The Variae, first published complete in 15 books in 1580, include excerpts from and explanations of both Greek and Latin texts, especially Cicero. A separate title-page introduces the Hymni (verses recited on specific holy days), followed by poems about illustrious contemporaries of Muret's -- e.g., Raphael -- and an index to the previous 15 books. The French humanist Muret (1526-85) has long been recognized as the best Latin prose stylist of the Renaissance, and his works were used as a model for students. Greatly admired for his excellent understanding and interpretation of classical texts, he was dubbed "le meilleur orateur du temps" in Italy and France by Montaigne, whom he tutored; and Scaliger mused that Muret "satirised the Ciceronians and at the same time expressed himself in a thoroughly Ciceronian style." LIke most of Muret's published work, these Variae are based on his academic lectures; however the scholar Lambinus accused Muret of plagiarism, and indeed it seems Muret "borrowed" bits from his work without permission. (In retaliation, Lambinus published their personal correspondence.) Muret's personal life was fraught with tribulation stemming from multiple accusations of homosexuality in various cities where he resided. From 1559 till his death, however, he lived in Rome under the protection of at least one cardinal and a pope.The text is in Latin and Greek, printed in roman and italic, with decorative headpieces and floriated initials. A letterpress diagram on p. 547 shows the Greek alphabet corresponding to numerals. Provenance: John Saltar (19th-century adolescent's signature, front pastedown); Henry Johns Gibbons, Rittenhouse (Philadelphia), 1923 (signature, front fly-leaf verso).

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        OPERA JOSEPHI VIRI INTER IUDAEOS DOCTISSIMI AC DISERTISSIMI, QUAE AD NOSTRAM AETATEM PERVENERUNT, OMNIA, NIMIRUM:

      Francoforti ad Moenum, Impensis Sigismundi Feyerabendt, 1580.. de Antiquitatibus Iudaicis libri XX quibus in fine loco appendicis Vita Iosephi per ipsum conscripta est adiecta: De Bello Iudaico Libri VII ... ; Contra Apionem Libri II ... ; De imperio rationis, sive de Macchabaeis Liber Unus; ... nunc vero summa cum diligentia chronologia ad caput vniuscuiusque folij, cum ex veterum tum recentiorum Scriptorum commentarijs, cumq[ue] scholijs necessarijs, per doctum quendam virum in communem rei literariae utilitatem recens concinnata: cum figuris et indice locupletissimo: omnia quam absolutissime hac editione emendata, et a mendis, quibus scatebant plurimi repurgata. 1580, Latin text, folio, approximately 370 x 240 mm, 14¾ x 9¼ inches, woodcut pictorial title page with at its centre a depiction of the Judgment of Solomon, 1 full page woodcut of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden surrounded by animals, 97 smaller wood cuts in the text (115 x 150 mm, 4½ x 6 inches), many of battle scenes, a few repeated, 2 large woodcut headpieces, a few tailpieces and numerous historiated and decorated initials, pages: (8), 934, (46) - index, the last page with 18 lines of index, colophon and large printer's device is lacking and supplied in modern facsimile on white paper, leaf 6a6 is a blank, rebound at some time in full calf, raised bands to spine and gilt lettered title, new endpapers. A few minor marks to covers, name of a previous owner written neatly on top edges, messy ink inscription on preserved front endpaper, title page slightly dusty, crease to both outer corners, small closed tear to fore-edge margin, name written twice in the margin, single worm hole to fore-edge margin of first 4 leaves, 1 small marginal note, small closed margin tear to 7 leaves, all neatly repaired, pale damp stain to lower margin from page 223-704, very pale damp stain to upper margin from page 755 to the end of the volume, affecting text in places but hardly noticeable, occasional small light stain, a few tiny ink stains not obscuring text. Binding tight and firm. A good sound copy of a scarce illustrated edition (final page in facsimile as noted). Latin translation from the Greek by Tyrannius Rufinus, Roman priest and theologian 4th century AD; edited by Czech humanist scholar Sigismundus Gelenius except for De Machabaeis which is edited by Erasmus. Twenty-four of the wood cuts are by the German engraver Jost Amman (ca.1539-1591) including the full page illustration; others are signed: S.F. and S.H.F. Illustrated 16th century editions of the works of Josephus are very rare. Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501-1600, Volume I, J367; not in Brunet. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Pontificum Romanorum Effigies Serenissimo Principi Et Domino Andreae S.R.E. Card De Austria

      1580. Vellum Leather Binding in very good condition, some foxing, Published in 1580 Text in Latin, Lives of the Popes 232 engraved portraits of popes, . First Edition. Vellum Leather Binding. Very Good.

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        Ragionevol' forma et vera postura del'isola di Lango

      Ancona 1580 - Copper engraving, by Marelli, mm 133x90. Rare map of Langos from "Diporti notturni".Very good example, right margin trimmed at platemark.

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        Examen de ingenios para las sciencias: Donde se muestra la differencia de habilidades que ay en los hombres, y el genero de letras que a cada uno responde en particular. Es obra donde el que leyere con atencion hallara la manera de su ingenio, y sabra escoger la sciencia en que mas ha de aprovechar: y si por ventura la huviere ya professado, entenderá si atinó a la que pedia su habilidad natural. Compuesta por el doctor Juan Huarte, natural de S. Juan de pie del Puerto. Al Rey don Phelippe II.

      Valencia: en casa de Pedro de Huete 1580 - (Colofón: Impresso en Valencia, en casa de Pedro de Huete, a la plaza de la yerua, Año de 1580).- // 8º; 5-412, [3] p.; Sign.: A-Z8, Aa-Cc8.- // Encuadernación de la segunda mitad del siglo XIX, en pergamino. A1 (portada) y 2C8 (colofón) reforzados en siglo XIX con pérdida de algunas letras. Papel del cuerpo del libro en muy buen estado. Mínima galería en la parte inferior de págs. 367-403, huyendo de los tipos. Pág. 33-34 un poco desprendida. Pequeña rasgadura en la parte inferior de p. 297. Muy ligeras pérdidas de papel en margen superior de págs. 265-274. Falto de A8 (p. 15-16) con el final del 'prohemio al lector' en una cara y el grabado a la vuelta.- // Proc.: Ex-libris semiarrancado de la Librería de Gabriel Sánchez, calle Carretas, 21, Madrid.- // El "Examen de ingenios" de Huarte, que había sido incluido entre los libros condenados en el Index de Portugal de 1581 (nº 134), fue igualmente recogido en el suyo de 1583 por el arzobispo de Toledo, Gaspar de Quiroga (fo 66). En este caso la condena no suponía la prohibición de su lectura, sino que podía llevarse a cabo a condición de evitar los pasajes cuya censura quedó señalada en el Expurgatorio anejo de 1584 (fos 116-118), que debían ser suprimidos de los ejemplares que circulasen. En 1612, el obispo Sandoval modificó estas censuras, reduciendo algunas, ampliando otras e incluyendo nuevas en su Expurgatorio (p. 590-591). La censura afectó especialmente a las propuestas de Huarte sobre la relación entre el cerebro y el entendimiento, a su análisis sobre el tipo de ingenio que podía atribuirse a Jesucristo y, en definitiva, a todo cuanto pudiese abrir contradicciones con la concepción ortodoxa del alma, para la que el entendimiento era cosa del alma y la constitución y funciones de esta eran cosa de Dios. Se censuró incluso la mención de la anécdota narrada por Galeno sobre su nacimiento, del que su padre le habría contado que en aquel momento el diablo le dijo que el niño tenía que ser médico. Este ejemplar debió ser censurado antes de 1612 puesto que se adecúa a lo determinado en el Expurgatorio de Quiroga, careciendo de las páginas en las que todo el texto estaba prohibido (E8, G6, H4-I2, Cc5-6), que aparecen cortadas, y con las correspondientes tachaduras para ocultar el texto en el resto de los casos. En España sólo localizamos el ejemplar falto de portada de la Biblioteca histórica municipal de Madrid (R/768) y el ejemplar de la Biblioteca de Catalunya (Res 71-12º), bastante deteriorado, que presenta la variante en portada de "Vendese en casa de Miguel Borraz mercader de libros delante de la Diputacion". Fuera de España sólo localizamos otros cuatro ejemplares: Bibliothèque Mazarine (Paris, Francia), Herzogin Anna Amalia Bibliothek (Weimar, Alemania), Hispanic Society of America (New York, EEUU) y Universitätsbibliothek Salzburg (Salzburgo, Austria).- // Refs.: CCPB 000159552-0; Gallardo, 2540; Iriarte, p. 103-4; Palau, aludido en 116485; Rebiun 15760694. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Divi Bonaventurae S. R. E. Episcopi Card. (Cardinalis) Albanensis. Doctorisq. (Doctorisque) Seraphici, Ord. (Ordinis) Minorum. In Quartum Librum Sententiarum. Elaborata Dilucidatio...Recognoscente R. P. M. Angelo Rocch. Augustiniano. Cum quintuplici indice.

      Venetiis 1580 8 nn Bll, 640 nummerierte Blätter, kl. 8°, neuer Halbleder - Einband mit Rückentitel-Goldprägung und Lederecken, marmorierte Deckel, , Der Halbleder-Einband ist neuwertig; innen sehr sauber; dezente alte Eintragung oben auf dem Titelblatt; Titelblatt recto und verso gestempelt, ebenso das letzte Blatt; nur sehr vereinzelt kleine Fleckchen; insgesamt sehr gut erhalten. Versand D: 3,00 EUR

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        ST. GALLEN. "St. Galli opp. et Monasterium Helvetiorum". Gesamtansicht.

      - Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 20,5 x 41 cm.

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        Opera, quae extant, omnia Plutarchi chaeronei, ethica sive moralia complectentia. Interprete Excellentissimo ac celeberrimo I. C.Doctore, Hermanno Cruserio, [...] Nunc denuò summa fide ac diligentia recognita, multis in locis emendata, & in lucem edita. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo.

       Frankfurt am Main, (Feyerabend) 1580. gr.-4°. 5 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 742 S., 1 w. Bl., 20 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign., Wappenholzschn., Initialen. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Wappen-Supralibris. Durchgeh. Wasserrand. Einbd. alt restaur.BMC 706; Adams P 1641 - Von dem Humanisten, Arzt und Juristen Hermann Cruser (1510-1574) edierte Ausgabe. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Literatur, Altphilologie

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        Christliche widerholete / einmütige Bekentnues nachbenanter Churfürsten / Fürsten und Stende Augspurgischer Confession / und derselben zu ende des Buchs underschriebener Theologen Lere und glaubens. Die angeheffter / in Gotteswort / als der einigen Richtschnur / wolgegruendter erklerung etlicher Artickel / bey welchen nach D. Martin Luthers seligen absterben / disputation und streit vorgefallen. Aus einhelliger vergleichung und bevehl obgedachter Churfürsten / Fuersten und Stende / derselben Landen / Kirchen / Schulen und Nachkommen / zum underricht und warnung in Druck vorfertiget. Mit Churf. G. zu Sachsen befreihung.

      Dreßden. 1580 - Dreßden. 1580. Fol. 2 Bll. (von alter Hand beschrieben), Titelbl. in Rot-Schwarz-Druck, 10 nn. Bll. (= Vorrede), 227 num. Bll., (ANGEBUNDEN:) Summarischer Begriff / der Streitigen Artickel / zwischen den Theologen Augspurgischer Confession / in nachvolgender widerholung / nach anleitung Gottes worts / Christlich erkleret und verglichen. Mit Churf. G. zu Sachsen befreihung. Dreßzden 1579. Titelbl. des Zwischentitels in Schwarz-Druck, num. Bll. 129 (= recte 229) bis 330. (ANGEBUNDEN:) Verzeichnues der Zeugnissen heiliger Schrifft / und der alten reinen Kirchen Lerer / Wie dieselbigen von der Person / und Goettlichen Maiestet der Menschlichen Natur unsers HERRN Jhesu Christi / zur rechten der Allmechtigen krafft Gottes eingesetzt / gelehret und geredt haben. Dreßden 1580. Titelbl. in Schwarz-Druck mit Vignette, 23 num. Bll., 29 nn. Bll., Abschlußblatt mit gestochenem Verlagssiegel (im Siegel die Jahreszahl 1579) und dem Impressum: Gedruckt zu Dreßden / im Churfuerst. Sechs. Hofelager / durch Matthes Stoeckel und Gimel Bergen. Anno M. D. LXXXI. 1 Bl. mit handkoloriertem Wappen, von alter Hand eng beschrieben. Neuerer, schwarzer Ganzlederband mit goldgeprägter Rückenverzierung und dem goldgepr. Schriftzug "Concordia" sowie dem aufgebrachten Rückenschild mit der handschriftl. vermerkten Jahreszahl "1580". (Papier durchgängig leicht gebäunt, stellenweise etw. stockfleckig und wasserfleckig, insgesamt aber noch guter Zustand). Erstausgabe der Konkordienformel, die von allen Sachsen zu unterzeichnen war. Die Augsburger Konfession (Confessio Augustana) ist die Bekenntnisschrift der Lutheraner, die unter der Federführung von Philipp Melanchthon dem Augsburger Reichstag im Jahre 1530 vorgelegt worden ist. Vorausgegangen war die Frühphase der Reformation. Auf dem Reichstag zu Speyer des Jahres 1526 wurde beschlossen, daß die Religionssache Angelegenheit jedes einzelnen Fürsten oder jeder Stadt sei. Die Sache Luther erfuhr einen ungeheuren Aufschwung. Im Jahre 1529, es war wiederum ein Reichstag zu Speyer, war der katholische Ton außerordentlich scharf. Man forderte die Aufhebung des Beschlusses von 1526 und die Inkraftsetzung der Reichsacht und deren Vollstreckung. Gegen die Veränderung des Reichsabschiedes von 1526 protestierten nun die Lutheraner und forderten ein gemeinsames, freies, christliches Konzil oder eine deutsche Nationalversammlung. Die Geschichte der Protestanten bis zum Reichstag 1530 ist verwickelt: auch unter den Protestanten brachen scharfe Meinungsverschiedenheiten aus. Der wichtigste war der Streit um die Abendmahlslehre (Zwingli). Es folgten eine Reihe von Religionsgesprächen, unter denen das Marburger (1529) wohl das bekannteste ist. Die Augsburger Konfession war die religiöse Überzeugungsschrift, die Kaiser Karl V. und dem Reichstag vorgelegt worden ist. Verfaßt wurde sie von Philipp Melanchthon. Die Zustimmung Luthers ist umstritten, seine Worte: ".weiß nichts daran zu bessern noch zu ändern, würde sich auch nicht schicken, denn ich so sanft und leise nicht treten kann", lassen verschiedene Deutungen zu. Die Confessio Augustana wurde auf dem Reichstag vorgelesen. Es war der 25. Juni 1530, ein Samstag. Gemäß den Vereinbarungen zur Kaiserwahl ("capitulatio" genannt) wurde die Confessio zuerst in deutsch vorgetragen, der Kaiser verstand wahrscheinlich kein Wort. Insgesamt umfaßt die Confessio 28 Artikel des Glaubens und der Lehre. Nach der Verlesung des lateinischen Textes folgten die abweichenden Erklärungen der vier oberrheinischen Städte, die sog. Tetrapolitana; auch Zwingli übersandte sein Glaubensbekenntnis. Die katholische Seite brachte als Antwort auf die Confessio die sog. Confutatio hervor, die am 3. August den Protestanten verlesen wurde. Melanchthon schrieb daraufhin die Apologia Confessionis, die eine theologische Begründung der Confessio Augustana darstellt. Beide, die Confessio und deren Apologia, wurden im Jahre 1531 ediert. Im Jahre 1540 arbeitete Melanchthon die Confessio um: in der überarbeiteten Fass [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Constitutionum Provincialium Tarraconensium Libri Quinque.

      Tarracone, Apud Philippum Mey, 1580. - in-4. 28ff. 411pp. 24ff. Plein vélin souple, titre manuscrit au dos (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cet ouvrage important pour l'histoire de Tarragone, publié par le grand humaniste et historien espagnol Antonio Agustin i Albanell. Né à Saragosse en 1516, Agustin étudia dans les universités d'Alcala de Henares et de Salamanque, puis dans celle de Bologne en Italie. Il fut un éminent jurisconsulte qui se vit confier d'importantes fonctions, dont celle d'auditeur dans la Sacra Rota Romana pour laquelle il avait eu l'appui de l'empereur Charles V. Evêque de Lérida en 1561 il fut nommé en 1576 évêque de Tarragone où il mourut en 1586. Cet ouvrage contient les règles - issues notamment des différents conciles qui avaient eu lieu à Tarragone- qui organisaient la vie sociale et la vie ecclésiastique. Il contient des directives sur les moeurs, l'économie, le commerce, l'alimentation, les sortilèges, les Juifs, les Arabes, etc. "Fruit de la réforme catholique autant que du renouveau des études juridiques, le droit écclésiastique fut également l'objet de publications savantes autant que de commenaires érudits ( ) Les travaux d'Antonio Agustin ne furent pas négligeables à cet égard. Philologue, numismate, historien du droit romain, il apporta à l'étude du droit canonique toutes les ressources de l'humanisme juridique dont il était l'un des meilleurs interprètes. Citons de lui son "Epitome Juris Pontifici" et ses "Constitutionum provincialium Tarraconensium libri quinque (1580), recueil des conciles de Tarragone et des ordonnances des archevêques de cette ville depuis les temps les plus reculés" (Sutto). Rousseurs, assez prononcées aux premiers feuillets. Infime travail de ver dans la marge intérieure de quelques pages, sans atteinte au texte. Bon exemplaire dans son vélin d'origine. Palau, 59845. Cf. "Antonio Agustín between Renaissance and Counter-Reform" (Londres: The Warburg Institute, 1993). C. Sutto, "Les assises juridiques de l'histoire" [in:"L'Epoque de la Renaissance (Crises et essors nouveaux, 1560-1610)"]. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Asiae Nova Descriptio.

      Christopher Platin, Antwerp 1580 - Original copper engraving, oldcolored, published 1582 in Antwerpen in the atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum". A very good example in excellent condition and original colors.

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        Nurnberg (Stadtpanorama mit 3 Wappen).

      um, Köln 1580 - Kupferstich, Köln um 1580, 50 x 31 cm. Sehr gut erhalten. * Schönes Stadtpanorama mit 3 Wappen, bekrönt von der Kaiserburg; im Vordergrund zahlreiche Patrizier in ihren typischen Trachten; links Rollwerkkartusche mit lat. Erläuterungen zur Stadt "Norenberga".

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        Zodiacus vitae, hoc est. De hominis vita, studio, ac moribus optime instituendis, libri XII. Cum indice locupletissimo.

      Hiérome de Manref and Guillaume Cavellat colophon: Excudebat Carolus Rogerius 1580 - woodcut printer's device on title, text in italic, tear through last leaf and this also with a few small holes on the blank area, 2 small neat rectangles excised from title-page (removing an ownership inscription), pp. 366, [42], 16mo, near contemporary red morocco, panelled in gilt, spine gilt in compartments, minor wear, good. First published in Venice around 1531, this is a relatively early edition of a text that went through numerous editions, and translations, including one into English, 1565, by Barnabe Googe. 'The initial letters of the first 29 lines of the first book "Aires" form an acrostic of the author's pseudonym Marcellus Palingenius Stellatus, said by Facciolati to be the anagram of Pier Angelo Manzolli, of Stellata in Ferrare. Also attributed to Antonio Flam, and others' (note attached to the Cambridge copy in COPAC). (Adams M503)

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        1580 John Calvin Commentary

      Hardcover. Good. 1580 John Calvin Commentary. Late 19th century binding, Library copy. Chicago Theological Seminary Library bookplate affixed to inside front board. Some foxing not affecting text and water marks scattered throughout. In Latin.

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        Electorum ecclesiasticorum, id est, Coloniensium, Moguntinensium ac Trevierensium, à primis usque ad eos, qui iam praesident, CATALOGUS. Item, succinta rerum a singulis gestarum narratio. Episcoporum item, qui sub Archiepiscopatus Coloniensi subsunt, id est Leodiens. Ultraiectens. Monasteriens. Osnabrugens. ac Minden..

      Coloniae Agrippinae (Köln), apud Godefridum Kempensem, 1580. Small 8vo (16x10 cm). Nineteenth century half calf (endpapers 19th cent.), with calf cornerpieces, spine with ribbons, gilt title (hinges and corners very sl. rubbed). (xvi),454 pp. - Good copy of the very rare first edition Petrus Cratepolus named himself also after his birthplace Moers: Mersius, Mersus, Mersseaeus, he was also called Petrus Opmeer

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        Oenipons, siue Enipontus vulgo Inßpruck, Tirolensis comitatus urbs amplissima. M. D. LXXV.

      Braun / Hogenberg: um 1580 . altkolor. Kupferstich m. Radierung, 33,5 x 52,5 cm - N/W 108/Bd.2/52. Blatt aus der Serie `Civitates Orbis Terrarum` von Georg Braun und FranzHogenberg; Doppelblatt mit erklärendem Text auf der Rückseite. - unter Passepartout. Versand D: 2,00 EUR Innsbruck

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        Opera, quae extant, omnia Plutarchi chaeronei, ethica sive moralia complectentia. Interprete Excellentissimo ac celeberrimo I. C.Doctore, Hermanno Cruserio, [.] Nunc denuò summa fide ac diligentia recognita, multis in locis emendata, & in lucem edita. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo. Cum indice rerum & verborum locupletissimo & fidelissimo.

      Frankfurt am Main, (Feyerabend) 1580. - gr.-4°. 5 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 742 S., 1 w. Bl., 20 Bll. (Index). Mit Titelvign., Wappenholzschn., Initialen. Ldr. d. Zt. m. Wappen-Supralibris. Durchgeh. Wasserrand. Einbd. alt restaur. BMC 706; Adams P 1641 - Von dem Humanisten, Arzt und Juristen Hermann Cruser (1510-1574) edierte Ausgabe. Gewicht in Gramm: 3000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Elementorum libri XV.

       Köln, Matern. Cholinus 1580. Quibus, cùm ad omnem Mathematicae scientiae partem tùm ad quamlibet Geometriae tractationem, facilis comparatur aditus. 8°. 14 Bll. (a1-8, b1-6), 203 S. Mit Druckermarke, zahlr. Diagrammen u. geometr. Figuren in Holzschn. Flex. Pgmt. d. Zt. Rückensch. abgelöst. Wurmgänge a. d. ersten u. letzten Bll.vgl. BMC 288 (Ausg. 1587); vgl. Benzig 228; VD16, E4160 - Beigeb.: ZALLAMELLA, Pandulpho. Tabula quaestionum omnium scoti; Cum reductione illarum ad unitatem triplicem, alphabeti scilicet, materiae, & propositionis. Venedig, N. Morettus 1591. 80 S. - Erste Ausgabe, im Todesjahr d. Verf. erschienen. Pandolfo Zallamella wurde 1551 in Ravenna geboren u. war seit 1568 Schüler von G. Porta, der ihn sehr geschätzt haben muß, da er ihn bei seinem Abschied 1574 als Nachfolger für das Domkapellmeisteramt in Ravenna vorschlug. Versand D: 4,00 EUR Alte Drucke, Naturwissenschaften, Mathematik, Musik

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        VITTORIO VENETO. "Servallum Celeberrimum Marchiae Tarvisinae in Agro Foro Juliensi". Gesamtansicht von Serravalle.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 33 x 48 cm. Fauser 14960. - Mit großer Kartusche und zwei Wappen im Himmel. Rechts im Vordergrund dekorative Personengruppe. - Im Himmel etwas wasserrandig. Alt auf Karton aufgezogen. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        \"Servallum Celeberrimum Marchiae Tarvisinae in Agro Foro Juliensi\". Gesamtansicht von Serravalle.

       Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 33 x 48 cm. Fauser 14960. - Mit großer Kartusche und zwei Wappen im Himmel. Rechts im Vordergrund dekorative Personengruppe. - Im Himmel etwas wasserrandig. Alt auf Karton aufgezogen. Versand D: 6,00 EUR Europa, Italien

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        OSNABRUGUM ELEGANS SAXONIAE OPP.’ / ‘MONASTERIUM URBS IN MEDIA WESTPHALIA.’ / WESALIA INFERIOR’. Three prospects of Osnabrück, Münster and Wesel in Northern Germany above each other on one sheet. Engraved by

      Georg Braun & Franz Hogenberg ca. 1580 - Each ca. 10x47cm. Uncoloured. The three prospects

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        1580 1ed Paul of Venice Metaphysics Scholastic Philosophy LOGICA Logic Woodcuts

      Venetiis : apud Alexandrum Gryphium, 1580. - 1580 1ed Paul of Venice Metaphysics Scholastic Philosophy LOGICA Logic Woodcuts EXTREMELY Rare & Famous Work! NONE FOUND! Paul of Venice (or Paulus Venetus) (1369–1429) was a Roman Catholic Scholastic philosopher, theologian, and realist logician and metaphysician of the Hermits of the Order of Saint Augustine. He was teacher to Paolo da Pergola. A rare and incredibly important work of the philosophy of Paul of Venice. Exceedingly rare with no other example for sale worldwide Main author: Paul of Venice Title: Logica Pauli veneti quam vir ille sui temporis facile primus pari breuitate, ac perspicuitate conscripsit. Published: Venetiis : apud Alexandrum Gryphium, 1580. Language: Latin Notes & contents: • His most successful work was the Logica Parva , but his most substantial treatise was the Logica Magna . Both works were closely based on the writings of earlier fourteenth-century logicians from Oxford, where Paul had studied • 7 incredible woodcut illustrations • Handwritten notes in back – alphabet translations FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 109 leaves, 218 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Venetiis : apud alexandrum gryphium, 1580. Size: ~5.75in X 4in (14.5cm x 10cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Pontificum romanorum effigies.

      apud Franciscum Zanettum,, Romae, 1580 - Cm. 16, cc. (12) + cc. 235. Con doppio frontespizio, ciascuno dei quali inquadrato in bella cornice architettonica, una tavola (Pietro che riceve le chiavi del paradiso), stemma del Cavalieri e 230 ritratti in xilografia a piena pagina nel testo. il tutto inciso in rame. Legatura sei-settecentesca in mezza pergamena con nervi passanti, dorso liscio con titoli manoscritti. Piatti un po' consunti, qualche moderata traccia d'uso, ma complessivamente esemplare genuino e ben conservato. Alcune tavole poste fuori ordine ma assolutamente completo. Interessante e non comune edizione di questa raccolta iconografica concepita ed incisa dall'artista trentino G.B. Cavalieri. Quest'ultimo operò principalmente a Roma ove intraprese l'attività di incisore pubblicando spesso in proprio il prodotto della sua produzione artistica. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Journal du voyage de Michel de Montaigne en Italie, Par la Suisse & l'Allemagne en 1580 & 1581. Avec des Notes par M. de Querlon. 3 Bde. Rom u. Paris, Le Jay, 1774. 12mo. (Rückenhöhe 14,7 cm). Mit gest. Porträt-Frontispiz. 2 Bl., CXXXVI, 214 S.; 2 Bl., 323; 461 S., 2 Bl. (Verlagsanzeigen). Braune, geflammte Kalblederbde. d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und geprägten, roten Rückenschildern; etw. bestoßen, Deckelecken beschabt, Kapitale von Bd. 1 sowie das obere Kapital von Bd. 3 mit kl. Fehlstellen beschabt, ob. Ecke des Rückendeckels von Bd. 2 beschädigt, Bandnummerierung tlw. abgeplatzt.

      - Journal du voyage de Michel de Montaigne en Italie, Par la Suisse & l'Allemagne en 1580 & 1581. Avec des Notes par M. de Querlon. 3 Bde. Rom u. Paris, Le Jay, 1774. 12mo. (Rückenhöhe 14,7 cm). Mit gest. Porträt-Frontispiz. 2 Bl., CXXXVI, 214 S.; 2 Bl., 323; 461 S., 2 Bl. (Verlagsanzeigen). Braune, geflammte Kalblederbde. d. Zt. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung und geprägten, roten Rückenschildern; etw. bestoßen, Deckelecken beschabt, Kapitale von Bd. 1 sowie das obere Kapital von Bd. 3 mit kl. Fehlstellen beschabt, ob. Ecke des Rückendeckels von Bd. 2 beschädigt, Bandnummerierung tlw. abgeplatzt. Tchemerzine VIII, 445 Anm.; Graesse IV, 581. - Eine von drei im selben Jahr erschienenen Ausgaben (4to. u. 12mo., zwei- bzw. dreibändig) der Erstveröffentlichung des Reisejournals, von denen die vorliegende die seltenste ist. Das Reisetagebuch war erst 1769 in einem Kasten mit alten Papieren auf Schloß Montaigne entdeckt worden. Zum deutschen Teil der Reise schreibt Otto Flake: "Die Aufzeichnungen sind ein Glücksfall, eine einzigartige Quelle, aus der der Kulturhistoriker reichlich schöpfen kann. Montaigne war ein kluger, gewissenhafter und gerechter Beobachter, der nicht mit den nationalen Scheuklappen reiste. Er vergleicht, lobt Lobenswertes und bestätigt insbesondere den Süddeutschen am Bodensee und in Bayern den hohen Stand ihrer Einrichtungen. Wo sonst fände man so genaue Angaben über das Wohnen, das Aussehen der Häuser, die Einrichtung der Zimmer, die Gasthöfe, das Essen, Baden, Trinken, die Art und die Schwierigkeiten des Reisens, die Preise, die Religionsausübung im Zeitalter der Augsburger Konfession und manches andere." (Einleitung zu: Aus dem süddeutschen Reisetagebuch des M. de Montaigne. 2.Aufl. Lindau 1948, S. 7f.). - Vord. flieg. Blatt in Bd. 1 und in Bd. 2 die S. 311-316 mit größeren Randausrissen (tlw. geringer Textverlust) beschädigt. Papier gelegentlich leicht gebräunt. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Gelriae, Cliviae, finitimorumque locorum verissima descriptio.".

      - Altkolorierte Kupferstich- Landkarte v. Christiano Schrot b. Ortelius, um 1580, 38 x 51 cm Sehr dekorative, kunstvolle Rollwerkkartusche. Kraeftiges Altkolorit. JPEG-Bilder auf Anfrage möglich. Belgium: „Gelriae, Cliviae Finitimorumque Locorum Verissima Descriptio". Period coloured copperplate engraving by Christiano Schrot, published by Ortelius, ca. 1580 (38 x 51 cm / 14.9 x 20 in.) Very decorative scrollwork cartouche. – Rich period colouring.

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