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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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        Ananeosis. Vieler Wunderbarlichen Religions haendel beschreibung, in massen sie sich, vom anfang her in der gantzen Christenheit zugetragen, daher es betraechtlichen ist, das wie es vor allweg seltzam zugangen sey, und jetzund steh, auch also fort gehn werd, biß zum End der Welt . Denen zuwider, so dieses Jar Christi Achtzig acht, zu gar Fanattisch haben verdacht, sambt es alles müst zu Boden gehn, . Durch Hans Wolff Feram, Worthsknecht zu Gotha. zugeschrieben wirdt. (München, Adam Berg) 1588. 4°. 4 Bll., 257 num.Bll., 1 Bl., mit 7 (tls. wdhlt.) Holzschnitten im Text, blindgepr. Schweinsldr. über Holzdeckeln d. Zt. mit 1 (v.2) Schließe.

      - VD16 N 119 - STC German Books 643 - nicht in Adams.- Gründliche Auseinandersetzung mit dem 1580 erschienenen evangelisch-lutherischen Konkordienbuch ?welche wie kaum ein anderes seiner Werke die ungemeine Belesenheit des Verfassers bekundet? (ADB XXIII, 260).- Den Theologen und Weihbischof von Brixen Johannes Nas (1534-1590) "zeichnet ein echt volksthümlicher Witz und eine Kraft und Gewandtheit des Ausdruckes aus, der ihn als nicht unwürdigen Nebenbuhler seines großen Gegners Fischart erscheinen läßt" (ADB XXIII, 260). Der Franziskaner, der in seiner Jugend ein begeisterter Lutheraner war, kehrte nach dem Studium von Thomas a Kempis' "Nachfolge Christi" zum Katholizismus zurück und wurde zu einer der führenden Persönlichkeiten der Gegenreformation in Bayern.- Der (wdhlt.) Holzschnitt zeigt die militante Auseinandersetzung zwischen dem himmlischen Jerusalem und der Hure Babel sowie Jesu als Weltenrichter.- Titel mit hs. Besitzvermerk u. kl. hinterlegter Fehlstelle, leicht gebräunt, Ebd. etw. berieben, insges. dekoratives Exemplar.

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        Dictionarvm Pavpervm, Ordine Alphabetico de virtutib(us) et vitijis; continens praeexercitamenta quaedam ad pleniorem doctrinam viam munientia .

      Societatum Typographiae Bonon(iae) [Bolognese Typographic Society], Bologna 1580 - Thick 8vo (159 x 106 mm). [12], 739pp., [97]. Signatures: +(6); A-3F(8); 3G(2). Roman type (citations in italic), text in ruled borders, shoulder gloss in the margins citing relevant biblical passages, typographic headpieces, title and small woodcut printer’s device within border of small fleurons. Period Italian vellum over paper boards, manuscript title to spine; (title worn with some faded inscriptions and with ink stamp to verso "Ex Libris Augustini Mueller No.," somewhat dampstained but sturdy and complete). Final verso inscribed in near contemporary hand in Italian "francisco" and other addenda. Rare first edition of Ridolfi’s pocket dictionary of virtues and vices, a Franciscan lexical compilation for aspiring young clergy. Rare 1580 first edition of Ridolfi’s ethical dictionary; another edition printed in Lyon the following year by Tardif. Only a handful of books survive from this Typographic Society press, which was active in Bologna from 1574 to 1581. Pietro Ridolfi, a Franciscan brother, wrote this dictionary of virtues (covering abstinence to vita aeterna) and vices (from adultery to usury) as an aid in the composition of sermons. The Franciscans as a rule are dedicated to the virtues, especially those of humility and poverty, and take these vows when entering the order. As the new orators of the period, Franciscans and Dominicans each inserted mnemonic images into their sermons as a way to aid the recall of both preachers and listeners. The products of such prompts in medieval sermons, which included elaborate verbal images of the virtues and vices, were then allegorized in moral terms and circulated on the continent. Ridolfi’s dictionary classification proves that verbal images and complicated schema functioned as ‘ordering devices’ for those preaching and listening to sermons, whilst also provoking an affective response that enhanced listeners’ devotional and penitential experiences. The dictionary is prefaced by a 39-chapter introduction on rhetorical style, proper use of sources, and effective thematic manipulation when writing sermons. Each entry includes mass of commentary and Biblical citations. There are three indices, two of subjects and a third of pertinent biblical passages under each of the virtues or vices. Important and extremely scarce lexicon with which the Franciscans came to value imaginative meditation as part of their own spiritual lives. Their habit of meditating on mental images of the virtues and vices eventually spilled out into their sermons. This book located only in Italian institutions. STC 852545. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Civitas Francofordiana ad M. Altkolorierter Kupferstich.

      um 1580. unter Passepartout; Bildausschnitt: 33x47,6 cm; Außenmaß: 47,4x60,6 cm; Mittelfalz, an den Seitenrändern des Blattes zwei ca 1x1,5 cm große gebräunte Stellen (nicht störend), verso lateinischer Text. Ansicht von Frankfurt am Main aus dem ersten Band der sechsbändigen \"Civitates orbis terrarum\" von Georg Braun und Frans Hogenberg (1572). Blick von Südwesten. Das Straßennetz ist stark vereinfacht, in der Altstadt fälschlich rechtwinklig, die Neustadt flächenmäßig zu klein wiedergegeben. Vorne links drei Figurinen in Landestracht. Versand D: 15,00 EUR Deutschland, Graphik, Kupferstich, Geographie, Ansicht, Frankfurt am Main, Stadtansichten, Maps, Germany, Graph, Copper engraving, Geography, Views

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        Handbuch, Und außzug Kayserlicher und Bürgerlicher Rechten.

      Frankfurt, Schmidt für Feyerabend, 3. Ausgabe 1580. - Zum drittenmal von neuwem mit fleiß ersehen und corrigiret. Mit Titel- und Porträtholzschnitt, 3 Blatt, 409 Seiten, 5 Blatt (die zwei letzten weiß), Frankfurt, Egenolff Erben für Lonicer, 3. Ausgabe 1576. Angebunden: Schwartzenbach, L. : Synonyma. Formular, wie man ainerley rede und mainung, mit andern mehr worten, auff mancherley art und weise, zierlich reden, schreiben, und außsprechen sol. Item, Bericht und Außlegung etlicher Lateinischer wörter, so täglich inn und ausserhalb Gerichts gebraucht, und zum theil im Teutschen corrumpiert werden. Mit Verlegermarke auf Titel und letztem Blatt, 90 (recte 91) nummerierte Blatt., 3 Blatt, flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit 4 intakten ledernen Bindebändern, 31,5 x 20 cm, Einband leicht angestaubt, sonst ein schönes innen sauberes Exemplar.

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        Aeschyli tragoediae VII.

      In quibus praeter infinita sublata, carminum omnium ratio hactenus ignorara, nunc primùm proditur; opera Gulielmi Canteri. Anvers, Christophori Plantini, 1580. 16mo. 355,+ (10) pp. (last two leaves blank). Minor holes through the title page, spotting, spot p. 43 with minor loss of letter. 17th-century vellum, red edges. Adams A270. Hoffman I, p. 35f. Gruys nr. 12, p. 113ff. Dibdin p. 238 "An elegant and correct edition". Greek text edition with notes by G. Canterus. Willum Canter, or Canterus, (1542-75), classical philologist, born in Utrecht and educated in Paris. He was one of the most learned of his time and specialist in the Greek tragedy. He died unfortunatly very young. During his lifetime he published an Euripides edition in 1571 but this Aeschylus and a Sophocles were not published until after his death, both were however finished for publication already in 1570. Why Plantin kept the editions back until 1580 is, according to Gruys, unclear

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        Orig. Kupferstiche, tls. signiert von Visscher, nach Maarten de Vos.

      (Um 1580). - Ca. 22,5 x 28,5 cm. Zeigt jeweils 3 biblische Figuren auf einem Blatt: 1) Saul - David - Salomon. 2) Esaias - Jeremias - Ezechiel. 3) David - Daniel - Elias. 4) Rehabeam - Abyam - Asa. 5) Josaphat - Jehoram - Ahazia. 6) Ioas - Amasia - Azaria. 7) Amos - Zacharias - Malachias. 8) Jotham - Achas - Hizkia. 9) Manasse - Amon - Josia.- Bis an die Darstellungen beschnitten, gering gebräunt, kräftige Abdrucke. Graphik - Varia

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        Magdeburg - \" Magdeburgum \". Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit großer Kartusche, Stadtwappen und Schriftband, im Vordergrund übergroß vier Personen in Ranaissance-Kleidung. Kolorierter Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg um 1580.

       ( \" Magdeburgum, a venere quae hic quondam colebatur parthenopolis dicta, Metropolitica Saxoniae urbs, opibus et authoritate memorabilis, peraugusto murorum ambitu & Albis Fluvij vicinitate illustris \" ) Schöner altkolorierter Kupferstich Magdeburgs aus der Vogelperspektive mit Altstadt und Neustadt aus dem Ansichtenwerk von Braun-Hogenberg \" Civitatis orbis terrarum \". Blattgröße: 32 x 42 cm, aufwendig unter Glas und Passepartout gerahmt ( Rahmenmaß: 51 x 58 cm ). Verso mit sichtbar gemachten Begleittext *Magdeborg* aus der Stadtbeschreibung Braun-Hogenbergs. Das Blatt am unteren Rand der Darstellung mit einem Einriß von ca. 15 cm Länge sowie 2 weiteren kleinen Beschädigungen, durch das aufliegende Glas allerdings kaum sichtbar. Ansonsten guter Zustand mit schönem Kolorit. ( Gewicht 2100 Gramm ) ( Bitte beachten: Da unter Glas gerahmt ist leider kein Versand möglich - hier bitte Selbstabholung bzw. selbst organisierter Transport ). ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ) Versandkostenfreie Lieferung Magdeburg, Magdeburgum, Kupferstich, koloriert, Elbe, Sachsen-Anhalt, Braun-Hogenberg, Civitatis, Orbis, Terrarum

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        De Simonia - Contemporary, original manuscript of Francisco Suarez work "De Simonia".

      1580 - ca.1580-1620. 8°. 93 leaves ((2), 188 pages). Hardcover / Original pigskin. Very good condition with only minor split to upper hinge. Some external wear. Faint dampstain to lower margins. The manuscript seems to be either a compendium of excerpts related to Suarez' "De Simonia" or even an outline of the work. While it looks like a personal selection, a summary of chapters of the writer, the irregular corrrespondence of chapters between the manuscript and the finished work, allows us to speculate on this manuscript being a possible draft. The manuscript is quarto sized in contemporary vellum with the title penned on an upper spine compartment and the number 41 at the foot of the spine. The manuscript has a title page stating 'De Simonia' which precedes the 93 leaf treatise and is followed by two leaves of 'Index Capitum, que in hoc continentur tractatu'. The manuscript is in a regular forward sloping scribal hand with between 20 and 25 lines per page. The text is divided into 39 chapters. The Index reads: Index Capitum que in hoc continentur tractatu: I - Quid sit Simonia et uncle dicatur (identical with Chapter I of Suarez' "De Simonia" / II - Affectur divisio Simonie / III - An in peccato simoniae sit tantium malitia contra religionem an etiam contra justitiam (identical with chapter IV of "De Simonia) etc. / XVI An Beneficia Ecclesiastica sint materia Simonia Jure Divina nel Jure Ecclesiastico etc., etc. / Images of the work and the Index on request. [See full text of Francisco Suarez "De Simonia" in "Theologiae Cursus Completus" - by Jacques Paul Migne (Tomus Decimus-Septimus: De Censuris - De Irregularitatibus - De Simonia - De Oratione) Paris, 1841]. Francisco Suárez (5 January 1548 – 25 September 1617) was a Spanish Jesuit priest, philosopher and theologian, one of the leading figures of the School of Salamanca movement, and generally regarded among the greatest scholastics after Thomas Aquinas. His work is considered a turning point in the history of second scholasticism, marking the transition from its Renaissance to its Baroque phasis. His most important philosophical achievements were in metaphysics and the philosophy of law. Suárez may be considered the last eminent representative of mediaeval scholasticism. He adhered to a moderate form of Thomism and developed metaphysics as a systematic enquiry. For Suárez, metaphysics was the science of real essences (and existence); it was mostly concerned with real being rather than conceptual being, and with immaterial rather than with material being. He held (along with earlier scholastics) that essence and existence are the same in the case of God (see ontological argument), but disagreed with Aquinas and others that the essence and existence of finite beings are really distinct. He argued that in fact they are merely conceptually distinct: rather than being really separable, they can only logically be conceived as separate. On the vexed subject of universals, he endeavored to steer a middle course between the realism of Duns Scotus and the nominalism of William of Occam. His position is a little bit closer to nominalism than that of Thomas Aquinas. Sometimes he is classified as a moderate nominalist, but his admitting of objective precision (praecisio obiectiva) ranks him with moderate realists. The only veritable and real unity in the world of existences is the individual; to assert that the universal exists separately ex parte rei would be to reduce individuals to mere accidents of one indivisible form. Suárez maintains that, though the humanity of Socrates does not differ from that of Plato, yet they do not constitute realiter one and the same humanity; there are as many "formal unities" (in this case, humanities) as there are individuals, and these individuals do not constitute a factual, but only an essential or ideal unity ("In such a way, that many individuals, which are said to be of the same nature, are so: only through the operation of the intellect, not through [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Thucydidis Atheniensis Historiae de bello Peloponnesiaco libri octo, e Graeco sermone in Latinam linguam conversi a Vito Winsemio patre, artis medicae Doctore, & Graecae linguae Professore in inclyta Academia Witebergensi. Nunc denuo ad exemplum ab ipso authore ante obitum diligentissime recognitum, recusi & editi.

      Wittenberg, 1580. 8vo. (XL),848 p. Overlapping vellum. 18 cm) (Ref: VD16 T 1123; Hoffmann p. 557. Schweiger III p. 328) (Details: 5 thongs laced through cover; short title in ink on the back; woodcut printer's device of Samuel Selfisch on the title: 'Samuel anointing David, behind him lies his harp (Samuel I,16,13), they are depicted within a floral festoon under the eyes of 2 putti, at the feet Samuel and David a shield with a big S.; good quality paper) (Condition: Vellum aged and somewhat soiled; ties gone) (Note: Vitus Winshemius, 1501-1570, or Veit Winsheim, is called after his hometown Windsheim. His original name was Veit Oertel, or ?-rtel. He is also known as Herr Vitus Oerthl von Winssheim. The young man went to Wittenberg to study, and soon caught the attention of Melanchthon and Luther. He was given financial support by his hometown with a grant of 20 gold guilders a year. His appointment to professor of Greek at his university followed in 1541, later he became professor of Medecine too. In 1538 Winsemius' teacher Melanchthon, who praised him for his knowledge and modesty asked him to publish a new revised edition of his Latin Syntax. He later produced mediocre (according to Bursian) translations of several Greek authors. (ADB 43, p. 462/3, also Eckstein p. 621). In 1569 Winsemius published a new translation into Latin of Thucydides. Eleven years later it was published for the 2nd time. His son, who's name was also Veit, who was a jurist, and also a professor in Wittenberg, produced an edition which had been revised by his father shortly before he died in 1570. This edition of 1580 has 2 dedications, the first of the son, and the second of the father, both for August, since 1553 Elector of Sachsen (1526-1586). From the dedications we learn the following, that Winsemius produced the translation near the end of his life, 'in mea decrepita senecta'. 'Vixi hic (Wittenberg) annos iam pene 50', he tells the reader elsewhere in his preface. Winsemius filius proudly tells us that his father was closely connected to monarch August (familiariter notus), and that he published the book on his own expense (meoque sumptu atque impensis). Winsemius senior undertook the translation because he was not satisfied with the already existing translations. They were mutilated and too obscure. He calls Thucydides a great historian, and emphasizes that we must learn from the mistakes and successes of the Greek, so eloquently described. However 'et quidem negari non potest, esse multa perplexa atque intellectu difficilia in libris Thucydidis'. This harshness in diction, strange and oldfashioned syntax and vocabulary deter people from reading the great author, he explains. Winsemius filius wanted to honour the memory of his father with this book. He not only took the trouble of publishing the translaton anew, and on his own expense, but he did so with great care. He hired a first class publisher who could take care of printing with clear printing type, and who knew how to produce a pleasant type page. The son ordered also to buy paper of good quality. VD16 says that this publisher was Matthäus Welack, who was active from 1576 till 1593. How VD16 knows this we could not find. This cannot however be correct. Welack was a busy printer and publisher in Wittemberg, that is true, but the printers' mark on the title is definitely that of the publisher Samuel Selfisch, 1529-1615) (Collation: a-b8, c4; A-3G8)(Photographs on request)

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        2 Gesamtansichten auf 1 Blatt, jeweils im Himmel großes Wappen.

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1580, 30,5 x 48,2

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        Stadtratsmandat - Christenlich Ordnung unnd Satzung eines ersamen Radts der Statt Zürych, den gmeinen Kilchgang und Predigen, die Widertöuffer, frömbde Religion, Verbotten aberglöubig Künst, Kilchenrechnungen, Fyrtagen, Gottslesteren, Spilen, Zuotrincken, bevogtet und liederlich Lüt, Kleider und Waffen zetragen, Hochzyt, Schebeten unnd Zeeren, Reisslouffen, Wuocher, Gält, ouch Kernenzinss und Fürkouff, die Ee und ander derglychen Stuck belangend : sampt der Ordnung Synodi vornaher ussgangen / yetzund aber alles in ein kurtzen Begriff verfasst und zuosamen gestelt unnd in Truck geben. ....

      Zürich, [Christoph Froschauer d. J.], 1580 Kl.4°, 22 Bl. (Bogensignaturen: A , B-C ), Titelholzschnitt, Moderner Kart.-Umschlag, Durchgehend etwas fleckig und einige Marginalen von alter Hand. VD 16 Z 591. Vischer C 971. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - nach 1550 Helvetica - Zürich

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        De Simonia - Contemporary, original manuscript of Francisco Suarez work "De Simonia".

      Very good condition with only minor split to upper hinge. Some external wear. Faint dampstain to lower margins. The manuscript seems to be either a compendium of excerpts related to Suarez' "De Simonia" or even an outline of the work. While it looks like a personal selection, a summary of chapters of the writer, the irregular corrrespondence of chapters between the manuscript and the finished work, allows us to speculate on this manuscript being a possible draft. The manuscript is quarto sized in contemporary vellum with the title penned on an upper spine compartment and the number 41 at the foot of the spine. The manuscript has a title page stating 'De Simonia' which precedes the 93 leaf treatise and is followed by two leaves of 'Index Capitum, que in hoc continentur tractatu'. The manuscript is in a regular forward sloping scribal hand with between 20 and 25 lines per page. The text is divided into 39 chapters. The Index reads: Index Capitum que in hoc continentur tractatu: I - Quid sit Simonia et uncle dicatur (identical with Chapter I of Suarez' "De Simonia" / II - Affectur divisio Simonie / III - An in peccato simoniae sit tantium malitia contra religionem an etiam contra justitiam (identical with chapter IV of "De Simonia) etc. / XVI An Beneficia Ecclesiastica sint materia Simonia Jure Divina nel Jure Ecclesiastico etc., etc. / Images of the work and the Index on request. . ca.1580-1620. 8°. 93 leaves ((2), 188 pages). Hardcover / Original pigskin. Very good condition with only minor split to upper hinge. Some external wear. Faint dampstain to lower margins. The manuscript seems to be either a compendium of excerpts related to Suarez' "De Simonia" or even an outline of the work. While it looks like a personal selection, a summary of chapters of the writer, the irregular corrrespondence of chapters between the manuscript and the finished work, allows us to speculate on this manuscript being a possible draft. The manuscript is quarto sized in contemporary vellum with the title penned on an upper spine compartment and the number 41 at the foot of the spine. The manuscript has a title page stating 'De Simonia' which precedes the 93 leaf treatise and is followed by two leaves of 'Index Capitum, que in hoc continentur tractatu'. The manuscript is in a regular forward sloping scribal hand with between 20 and 25 lines per page. The text is divided into 39 chapters. The Index reads: Index Capitum que in hoc continentur tractatu: I - Quid sit Simonia et uncle dicatur (identical with Chapter I of Suarez' "De Simonia" / II - Affectur divisio Simonie / III - An in peccato simoniae sit tantium malitia contra religionem an etiam contra justitiam (identical with chapter IV of "De Simonia) etc. / XVI An Beneficia Ecclesiastica sint materia Simonia Jure Divina nel Jure Ecclesiastico etc., etc. / Images of the work and the Index on request. [See full text of Francisco Suarez "De Simonia" in "Theologiae Cursus Completus" - by Jacques Paul Migne (Tomus Decimus-Septimus: De Censuris - De Irregularitatibus - De Simonia - De Oratione) Paris, 1841]. Francisco Suárez (5 January 1548 ?- 25 September 1617) was a Spanish Jesuit priest, philosopher and theologian, one of the leading figures of the School of Salamanca movement, and generally regarded among the greatest scholastics after Thomas Aquinas. His work is considered a turning point in the history of second scholasticism, marking the transition from its Renaissance to its Baroque phasis. His most important philosophical achievements were in metaphysics and the philosophy of law. Suárez may be considered the last eminent representative of mediaeval scholasticism. He adhered to a moderate form of Thomism and developed metaphysics as a systematic enquiry. For Suárez, metaphysics was the science of real essences (and existence); it was mostly concerned with real being rather than conceptual being, and with immaterial rather than with material being. He held (along with earlier scholastics) that essence and existence are the same in the case of God (see ontological argument), but disagreed with Aquinas and others that the essence and existence of finite beings are really distinct. He argued that in fact they are merely conceptually distinct: rather than being really separable, they can only logically be conceived as separate. On the vexed subject of universals, he endeavored to steer a middle course between the realism of Duns Scotus and the nominalism of William of Occam. His position is a little bit closer to nominalism than that of Thomas Aquinas. Sometimes he is classified as a moderate nominalist, but his admitting of objective precision (praecisio obiectiva) ranks him with moderate realists. The only veritable and real unity in the world of existences is the individual; to assert that the universal exists separately ex parte rei would be to reduce individuals to mere accidents of one indivisible form. Suárez maintains that, though the humanity of Socrates does not differ from that of Plato, yet they do not constitute realiter one and the same humanity; there are as many "formal unities" (in this case, humanities) as there are individuals, and these individuals do not constitute a factual, but only an essential or ideal unity ("In such a way, that many individuals, which are said to be of the same nature, are so: only through the operation of the intellect, not through a substance or essence of things which unites them"). The formal unity, however, is not an arbitrary creation of the mind, but exists "in the nature of the thing, prior [ontologically] to any operation of the intellect". His metaphysical work, giving a remarkable effort of systematisation, is a real history of medieval thought, combining the three schools available at that time: Thomism, Scotism and Nominalism. He is also a deep commentator of Arabic or high medieval works. He enjoyed the reputation of being the greatest metaphysician of his time. He thus founded a school of his own, Suarezianism (...). Suárez made an important classification of being in Disputationes Metaphysicae (1597), which influenced the further development of theology within Catholicism (his fellow Jesuit Pedro da Fonseca having a powerful effect on Protestant Scholastic thought in the 16th and 17th centuries). In the second part of the book, disputations 28-53, Suárez fixes the distinction between ens infinitum (God) and ens finitum (created beings). The first division of being is that between ens infinitum and ens finitum. Instead of dividing being into infinite and finite, it can also be divided into ens a se and ens ab alio, i.e., being that is from itself and being that is from another. A second distinction corresponding to this one:ens necessarium and ens contingens, i.e., necessary being and contingent being. Still another formulation of the distinction is between ens per essentiam and ens per participationem, i.e., being that exists by reason of its essence and being that exists only by participation in a being that exists on its own. A further distinction is between ens increatum and ens creatum, i.e., uncreated being and created, or creaturely, being. A final distinction is between being as actus purus and being as ens potentiale, i.e., being as pure actuality and being as potential being. Suárez decided in favor of the first classification of the being into ens infinitum and ens finitum as the most fundamental, in connection with which he accords the other classifications their due. In theology, Suárez attached himself to the doctrine of Luis Molina, the celebrated Jesuit professor of Évora. Molina tried to reconcile the doctrine of predestination with the freedom of the human will and the predestinarian teachings of the Dominicans by saying that the predestination is consequent upon God's foreknowledge of the free determination of man's will, which is therefore in no way affected by the fact of such predestination. Suárez endeavoured to reconcile this view with the more orthodox doctrines of the efficacy of grace and special election, maintaining that, though all share in an absolutely sufficient grace, there is granted to the elect a grace which is so adapted to their peculiar dispositions and circumstances that they infallibly, though at the same time quite freely, yield themselves to its influence. This mediatizing system was known by the name of "congruism." Here Suárez' main importance stems probably from his work on natural law, and from his arguments concerning positive law and the status of a monarch. In his extensive work Tractatus de legibus ac deo legislatore (reprinted, London, 1679) he is to some extent the precursor of Grotius and Samuel Pufendorf, in making an important distinction between natural law and international law, which he saw as based on custom. Though his method is throughout scholastic, he covers the same ground, and Grotius speaks of him in terms of high respect. The fundamental position of the work is that all legislative as well as all paternal power is derived from God, and that the authority of every law resolves itself into His. Suárez refutes the patriarchal theory of government and the divine right of kings founded upon it---doctrines popular at that time in England and to some extent on the Continent. He argued against the sort of social-contract theory that became dominant among early-modern political philosophers such as Thomas Hobbes and John Locke, but some of his thinking found echoes in the more liberal, Lockean contract theorists. Human beings, argued Suárez, have a social nature bestowed upon them by God, and this includes the potential to make laws. But when a political society is formed, the authority of the state is not of divine but of human origin; therefore, its nature is chosen by the people involved, and their natural legislative power is given to the ruler.[6] Because they gave this power, they have the right to take it back, to revolt against a ruler — but only if the ruler behaves badly towards them, and they're obliged to act moderately and justly. In particular, the people must refrain from killing the ruler, no matter how tyrannical he may have become. If a government is imposed on people, on the other hand, they not only have the right to defend themselves by revolting against it, they are entitled to kill the tyrannical ruler. In 1613, at the instigation of Pope Paul V, Suárez wrote a treatise dedicated to the Christian princes of Europe, entitled Defensio catholicae fidei contra anglicanae sectae errores ("Defense of the Universal Catholic Faith Against the Errors of the Anglican Sect").This was directed against the oath of allegiance which James I required from his subjects. James (himself a talented scholar) caused it to be burned by the common hangman, and forbade its perusal under the 'severest penalties, complaining bitterly to Philip III that he should harbour in his dominions a declared enemy of the throne and majesty of kings. De Incarnatione (1590-1592) De sacramentis (1593-1603) Disputationes metaphysicae (1597) De divina substantia eiusque attributis (1606) De divina praedestinatione et reprobatione (1606) De sanctissimo Trinitatis mysterio (1606) De religione (1608-1625) De legibus (1612) De gratia (1619) De angelis (1620) De opere sex dierum (1621) De anima (1621) De fide, spe et charitate (1622) De ultimo fine hominis (1628) In the 18th century, the Venice edition of Opera Omnia in 23 volumes in folio (1740?-1751) appeared, followed by the Parisian Vivès edition, 26 volumes + 2 volumes of indices (1856?-1861); in 1965 the Vivés edition of the Disputationes Metaphysicae (volls. 25-26) was reprinted by Georg Olms, Hildesheim. From 1597 to 1636 the Disputationes Metaphysicae were published in seventeen editions; no modern edition of Suárez's complete works is yet available and only few of Suárez's Disputations have been translated into English. The contributions of Suarez to metaphysics and theology exerted significant influence over 17th and 18th century scholastic theology among both Roman Catholics and Protestants. Thanks in part to the strength of Suárez's Jesuit order, his Disputationes Metaphysicae was widely taught in the Catholic schools of Spain, Portugal and Italy. It also spread from these schools to many Lutheran universities in Germany, where the text was studied especially by those who favoured Melanchthon rather than Luther's attitude towards philosophy. In a number of seventeenth-century Lutheran universities the Disputationes served as a textbook in philosophy. In a similar way, Suárez had major influence in the Reformed tradition of German and Dutch schools for both metaphysics and law, including international law. His work was highly priased, for example, by Hugo Grotius (1583-1645). His influence is evident in the writings of Bartholomaeus Keckermann (1571?-1609), Clemens Timpler (1563?-1624), Gilbertus Jacchaeus (1578?-1628), Johann Heinrich Alsted (1588?-1638), Antonius Walaeus (1573?-1639), and Johannes Maccovius (Jan Makowski; 1588?-1644), among others.[9] This influence was so pervasive that by 1643 it provoked the Dutch Reformed theologian Jacobus Revius to publish his book-length response: Suarez repurgatus. The views of Suarez upon the human origin of political order, and his defense of tyrannicide emanating from popular dissent were heavily criticized by English philosopher Robert Filmer in his work Patriarcha, Or the Natural Power of Kings. Filmer believed the Calvinists and the Papists like Suarez to be dangerous opponents of divine right monarchy, legitimized by the supremacy of fathers upon their offspring, which Filmer claimed could be traced back to Adam. (Wikipedia)

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        Carracci, Agostino (Umkreis). - Verkündigung Mariä. - Nach Tizian.

      - Andachtsbild. Kupferstich, um 1580., nach Tizian. 45,2 x 34,1 cm (Darstellung ) / 45,7 x 34,4 cm (Blatt). Am unteren Rand Verlegeradresse "Donati Rasicoti form." Rechts unten in der Ecke Sammlerstempel des sächsischen Königs Friedrich August II. (Lugt 972). Auf dem Trägerkarton Sammlerstempel Heinz Thuß. Wasserzeichen Fleur-de-Lys. - Ausgezeichnetes schönes Blatt. Etwas späterer Abzug des 17. Jahrhunderts. Wird bei Abraham Hume (Notices of the life and works of Titian, London 1829, S. XXV) erwähnt. Gibt dasselbe Gemälde wieder, wie der gleichnamige Kupferstich von Giacomo Caraglio (Le Blanc 3, Florenz 1511, Treviso 1514). Macht sich im Unterschied zu diesem augenscheinlich von der Vorlage frei, um die Darstellung dramaturgisch wie didaktisch zu schärfen. - Auf den Plattenrand beschnitten, im Randbereich gering berieben, Horizontalfalte alt hinterlegt, Montagepunkte vom Trägerkarton teilweise gelöst. Tizian (1488-90 Pieve di Cadore - 1576 Venedig). Italienischer Maler, Hauptmeister der venezianischen Renaissance. Kam mit 9 Jahren als Schüler von Gentile und Giovanni Bellini nach Venedig. Entwickelte mit einem ausgeprägten Kolorismus und einer sehr freien Maltechnik einen eigenständigen Personalstil. Das Spätwerk weist in seiner extremen malerischen Haltung auf das Zeitalter des Barock voraus. Zu seinen Auftraggebern und Sammlern gehörten die mächtigsten Herrscherfamilien Europas, er wurde von Päpsten und Kaisern hofiert. 1533 erhob ihn Kaiser Karl V. in den Adelsstand und ernannte ihn zum kaiserlichen Hofmaler. Man feierte ihn aufgrund seiner unerreichten Malkunst und durchaus auch seines gehobenen Lebenstils als den Malerfürsten seiner Zeit.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Martin Helwig aus Ortelius, "Silesiae typus . Anno 1561".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1580, 28 x 38,5 Van der Broecke, Nr. 102 ( Deutsche Ausgabe mit Paginierung 48 ). - Mit ausgemalter Rollwerkskartusche und Wappen.

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        Concordia. Angebunden: Kirchenordnung. Concordia. [zweifarbiger, rot-schwarzer Titel mit zwei Ziervignetten] Christliche/ Widerholete/ einmütige Bekentnues nachbenanter Churfuersten/ Fuersten vnd Stende Augspurgischer Confession/ vnd derselben zu ende des Buchs vnderschriebener Theologen Lere vnd glaubens. Mit angeheffter/ in Gottes wort/ als der einigen Richtschnur/ wolgegruendter erklerung etlicher Artickel/ bey welchen nach D. Martin Luthers seligen absterben/ disputation vnd streit vorgefallen. Aus einhelliger vergleichung vnd beuehl [=Befehl] obgedachter Churfuersten/ Fuersten vnd Stende/ derselben Landen/ Kirchen/ Schulen vnd Nachkommen/ zum vnderricht vnd warnung in Druck vorfertiget. Mit Churf. G. zu Sachsen befreihung. Dreßden. M.D.LXXX. [Dresden, Gimel Bergen d.Ä. und Matthes Stöckel d.Ä. 1579 und 1580]. [Angebunden, Jakob Andreae für Kurfürst August von Sachsen: Kirchenordnung:] DEs Durchlauchtigsten/ Hochgebornen Fuersten vnd Herrn/ Herrn Augusten/ Hertzogen z

      Dresden, bzw. Leipzig, Gimel Bergen und Matthes Stöckel, bzw. Hans Seinmann 1580..

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        The Secretes of the Reverend Maister Alexis of Piemont: Containyng Excellente Remedies Against Diverse Diseases, Woundes and other Accidentes..

      London: Jhon Kyngston and Thomas Dawson for John Wyght, 1580. Early Edition. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Parts one and two published 1580, three and four 1578. 19th century full paneled calf, worn with surface scrapes, inner hinge split, sound otherwise; four parts in one volume, each with a separate title page. First title and last page soiled and darkened, scattered very minor foxing and staining, long repaired tear to c5 with not real loss of text, lacking Bvi in part two, old, neat manuscript copy bound in place. A few old marginal notes, some mispagination corrected, a bit of worming deep in the gutter; largely in black letter, an attractive copy overall. (6), 117, 10 leaves; 75, (5) leaves; (1), 75, (9) leaves; (15) leaves, 57pp, 59pp. Cagle 978 (1595 edition). The 1595 is often referred to as the first collected edition of the four parts, but they were often collected like this with the two separate publishers, Kyngston (parts 1 and 2) and Wyght (3 and 4). First published in Italian in 1555, it set off a storm of translations and copy cat books of secrets that lasted over two centuries. It features the first appearance of the recipe for plates made of sugar and gum tragacanth that could be eaten off of and then eaten. Also the great medieval mulled wine Ypocras, a variety of peach, melon, lemon and cherry candies, and a dizzying array of soaps, ointments, perfumes and plague cures. Size: 8vo. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Cooking, Wine & Dining; Medicine & Health. Inventory No: CAT000259.

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        Die Siebenbuerg / so man sunst auch Transsyluaniam nennt.':.

      - kolorierter Holzschnitt v. Sebastian Münster aus Cosmographey oder beschreibung aller Länder . b. Heinrich (Henri) Petri in Basel, um 1580, 32 x 36,5 Burmeister, Seb. Münster Bibliographie, S. 71 f., Nr. 81. - Zeigt Siebenbürgen. - Die Karte mit Titelkopfleiste. - Unten links Kartusche mit Maßstab. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Dictionarvm Pavpervm, Ordine Alphabetico de virtutib(us) et vitijis; continens praeexercitamenta quaedam ad pleniorem doctrinam viam munientia ...

      Bologna: Societatum Typographiae Bonon(iae) [Bolognese Typographic Society], 1580. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good+. Thick 8vo (159 x 106 mm). [12], 739pp., [97]. Signatures: +(6); A-3F(8); 3G(2). Roman type (citations in italic), text in ruled borders, shoulder gloss in the margins citing relevant biblical passages, typographic headpieces, title and small woodcut printer?'s device within border of small fleurons. Period Italian vellum over paper boards, manuscript title to spine; (title worn with some faded inscriptions and with ink stamp to verso ?"Ex Libris Augustini Mueller No.,?" somewhat dampstained but sturdy and complete). Final verso inscribed in near contemporary hand in Italian ?"francisco?" and other addenda. Rare first edition of Ridolfi?'s pocket dictionary of virtues and vices, a Franciscan lexical compilation for aspiring young clergy. Rare 1580 first edition of Ridolfi?'s ethical dictionary; another edition printed in Lyon the following year by Tardif. Only a handful of books survive from this Typographic Society press, which was active in Bologna from 1574 to 1581. Pietro Ridolfi, a Franciscan brother, wrote this dictionary of virtues (covering abstinence to vita aeterna) and vices (from adultery to usury) as an aid in the composition of sermons. The Franciscans as a rule are dedicated to the virtues, especially those of humility and poverty, and take these vows when entering the order. As the new orators of the period, Franciscans and Dominicans each inserted mnemonic images into their sermons as a way to aid the recall of both preachers and listeners. The products of such prompts in medieval sermons, which included elaborate verbal images of the virtues and vices, were then allegorized in moral terms and circulated on the continent. Ridolfi?'s dictionary classification proves that verbal images and complicated schema functioned as ?'ordering devices?' for those preaching and listening to sermons, whilst also provoking an affective response that enhanced listeners?' devotional and penitential experiences. The dictionary is prefaced by a 39-chapter introduction on rhetorical style, proper use of sources, and effective thematic manipulation when writing sermons. Each entry includes mass of commentary and Biblical citations. There are three indices, two of subjects and a third of pertinent biblical passages under each of the virtues or vices. Important and extremely scarce lexicon with which the Franciscans came to value imaginative meditation as part of their own spiritual lives. Their habit of meditating on mental images of the virtues and vices eventually spilled out into their sermons. This book located only in Italian institutions. STC 852545.

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Ortelius, "Asiae nova descriptio".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1580, 37 x 48,5 Van den Broecke, 007 ( aus einer deutschen Ausgabe, 1580); Tibbets, Arabia Nr. 41: Neu gestochene Karte nach der Ausgabe von 1570, nur 2 kleine Änderungen. - Mit ausgemalter Rollwerkskartusche. Mit Japan und Teilen von Australien. - Koloritbrüche restauriert.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. W. Grodecki aus Ortelius, "Poloniae finitimarumque locorum descriptio".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1580, 37 x 49,2 Van den Broecke, Nr. 154 ( Deutsche Ausgabe); Imago Poloniae, K78 /1. - Links unten die Titelkartusche. Polen zwischen der Ostsee und dem Schwarzen Meer. Im Westen die Oder, im Osten die Beresina/Dnjepr die Begrenzung. - Frühe Ausgabe, ohne die Korrekturen v. Pograbski.

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        Annalium Boiorum libri VII. Ex autenticis manuscriptis codicib. recogniti, restituti, aucti. Description Aventinus, Johannes: Annalium Boiorum libri VII. Ex autenticis manuscriptis codicib. recogniti, restituti, aucti. Nic. Cisneri I. C. Electoralis curiae Palatinae Proiudicis & Consil. diligentia at[que] fide. Indices gemini: prior Nomenclaturarum: posterior Rerum ac verborum. Angebunden: [Burchardus Urspergensis]: Conradi a Liechtenaw Coenobii, Ordinis Praemonstratens... Chronicon: Cui annexa sunt Paraleipomena rerum memorabilium, a Friderico II. us[que] ad Carolum V. Augustum, hoc est ab Anno, Domini 1230 us[que] ad annum 1537, ex probatioribus scriptoribus Augustum, hoc est ab Anno, Domini 1230 us[que] ad annum 1537, ex probatioribus scriptoribus ... Strassburg: Zetzner 1609. Mit 3 Titelvign. in Holzschnitt. 4 Bll., 539 SS., 28 Bll

      Basel, Perna, 1580. 18 Bll., 669 SS., 23 Bll.Etwas staub- und altersfleckig. Vordergelenk angegebrochen, vereinzelt feucht- und etwas gebrauchsfleckig). VD16 T 2319 (Aventinus). VD17 23: 231424R (Burchardus Urspergensis). Versand D: 5,00 EUR Biographie

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        Tabulae Gregorianae Motuum Octavae Sphaerae ac Luminarium (with) De Corrigendo Ecclesiastico Calendario.

      Petrum Deheuchinum, Venice 1580 - A SPLENDID COPY FIRST EDITIONS, large 4to., 2 works in one, ff. (viii) 50, 88 +37 (i). Roman letter, woodcut initials and ornaments, couple of astronomical diagrams in text. 88 ll. of astronomical and mathematical tables in first work, within printed line border, 13 of the ecclesiastical and solar calendar in second, the former printed in red and black. Jesuit library stamp and ms case mark in blank portion of t-p, early ms price at head, deaccession label on fly, marginal wormtails to final ll., well away from text. A splendid copy, with wide margins on very thick paper, crisp and clean in contemp. limp vellum, lacking ties. Moleti (1531 - 1588) studied mathematics at the Jesuit college in Messina where he was a pupil of Maurolico, and published several works on geography and astronomy prior to his appointment as scientific tutor to the young prince of Mantua, Vincenzo Gonzaga. His important Dialogue on Mechanics discusses the problem of the speed of falling bodies of different weights and anticipates the famous Tower of Pisa experiment of Galileo. In 1577 he took up the chair of mathematics at Padua and that year was asked his opinion by the Roman Congregation appointed by Pope Gergory XIII to reform the Calendar: His response was the second work comprised here, composed to provide technical arguments in support of the exact correction of the calendar and its astronomical tables he named the 'Tabulae Gregorianae' in deference to the Pope. This treatise was then published as an appendix to the astronomical tables of the motions of the fixed stars, the sun and the moon, accompanied by an explanation of the rules of astronomical calculation of the Canons for the Gregorian Tables' proper use. Moleti rejected the traditional computation cycles, rebasing the calendar on the real motions of the stars. Moleti's work did not find favour with his scientific peers but was much appreciated in Rome (to the tune of 300 Ducats) where the Pope asked him to continue his computations with the motions of the other planets. Moleti's tables were calculated on the basis of the Copernican system which, he was the first to realise, Copernicus had based on the exact movements of the heavenly bodies, which was not the case with the earlier Alphonsine tables. This was the earliest practical use by an Italian astronomer of Copernican theory. The resulting Gregorian calendar of course, remains standard to this day. A most attractive copy of an important and very handsome book. "Questa ediz. va noverata fra le piu splendide del sec. xvi, sia per la bellezza dei caraterri, sia per la qualita della carta e della impressione. Quest'opera redetta per ordine di Gregorio XIII fu quella che procuro all'a maggior fama di distinto astronomo", Riccardi I 164-65. Not in BM. STC. IT or Adams. Latin [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        >Amberga<. [Amberg]. Schöne alt- kolorierte Gesamtaufsicht: >Amberg der schönen und herzlichen Statt wahrhaffte Figur und Gelegenheit<. Über der Stadtansicht zwei Wappen und Schmuckband sowie mit kompletter Buchseite in deutscher Sprache.

      Erschienen in Basel, Originalholzschnitt aus Münsters >CosmographiaGM<, mit einem Schrägschnitt- Passepartout unter Glas und exquisiten Waschgoldrahmen, ein wunderschönes Sammlerstück. Zustand: Sehr guter Erhaltungszustand. Versand D: 6,50 EUR Oberpfalz; alte Druckgraphik; 16. Jahrhundert; Kulturgeschichte.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Africae tabvla nova. Edita Antverpiae 1570.".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1580, 37,2 x 50 Betz, The mapping of Africa, Nr. 12 ( Second state ); Van der Broecke, Nr. 8. Tooley, Maps of Africa, Nr. 10. - . Mit großer Rollwerkskartusche und Schiffs- bzw. Fischstaffage im Kartenbild. (Tooley:".one of the cornerstones of any African map collection". Aus einer Ausgabe mit deutschem Rückseitentext. - Oben rechts - im Kartenbild - ein restauriertes Loch.

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Daniae Regni typvs".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1580, 34 x 48 Van den Broecke, Nr. 84 ( Deutsche Ausgabe 1580); Krogt, Bd, 3 B, Nr. 1500. 31 A. - Seltene Orteliuskarte, denn sie wurde nur bis 1590 gedruckt. - Mit ausgemalter Rollwerkskartusche. Zeigt Dänemark mit Gotland, Schleswig Holstein, Mecklenburg und Pommern.

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        Peregrinationis Divi Pavli typvs corographicvs

      Antverpy Ortelius Abraham 1580 - "Peregrinationis Divi Pauli Typus Corographicus. In quo et noui testamenti, in primis autem apostolorum historiac, a sancto Luca descriptae, omnia fere loca geographica, oculis inspicienda, exhibentur". Orig. copper-engraving by A. Ortelius, 1579. Original old colouring. With decorative title cartouche flanked by two decorative scenes from St. Paul's travels, another cartouche under the map, 2 ships and 2 sea-monsters in the Mediterranean. 35:50,5 cm. V. d. Broecke 181; Koeman III, map 0850H:31, ed. 31:041 (1592 Latin) - Fine and interesting historical map of the eastern Mediterranean showing the travels of St. Paul from the Italy to the Middle East.

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        DORTMUND. Gesamtansicht, im Vordergrund Kostümfiguren und ländliche Staffage.

      - Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, um 1580, 17 x 44 cm. Oberrand 1/2 cm; Ränder etwas fingerfleckig, kleine natürliche Quetschfalte.

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        Byzantinum, nunc Constantinopolis

      [Köln ca. 1580].. Orig.-Kupferstich v. G. Braun u. F. Hogenberg. 32,5 x 48 cm. Kl. Läsur im Falz. Fauser 6821 - Gesamtansicht aus der halben Vogelschau von Konstantinopel. Im unteren Bildrand rechts und links zwei Leiste mit zusammen 12 Medaillons mit 11 Porträts bedeutender Sultane bis zum Jahr 1574 (1 Med. unausgeführt. In der zweiten Ausgabe wurde es um das Porträt v. Murad III ergänzt). Mit reicher Schiffstaffage. Latein. Text a. d. Rücks. - The Braun & Hogenberg view is one of the finest and most sought-after views of Istanbul. Viewed from the village of Scutari, the City is shown with all its fortifications, the original Genouse district of Galata on the opposite bank of the Golden Horn to the right. European galleons and Turkish galleys fill the seas of the Bosporus and Golden Horn. The great buildings of the 16th Century Istanbul during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent can be clearly seen, including the "Suleymaniye Mosque" and the "Topkapi" palace. The lower center is filled with a parading Turkish horseman and troop of Janissaries.

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