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2017-10-16 11:55:43
MUZIO Girolamo
Con un trattato, intitolato la Varchina: doue si correggono con molte belle ragioni, non pochi errori del Varchi, del Casteluetro, e del Ruscelli. Et alcune bellissime annotationi sopra il Petrarca. In Vinegia, appresso Pietro Dusinelli, 1582. in-8, ff. (12), 216, legatura moderna in pergamena rigida, titolo al dorso. Marca edit. al tit., iniziali istoriate; precede il testo dedica dell'opera ad Antonio Eudemonoiani. Prima edizione della raccolta postuma curata da Giulio Cesare Muzio, figlio dell'autore, comprendente: una lettera al Cesano e al Cavalcanti sulla superiorità dello stile del Boccaccio su quello del Machiavelli; una a Renato Trivulzio, contro le tesi sostenute nel Cesano dal Tolomei; una del 1572 al Veniero per criticare l'edizione parigina del Corbaccio curata dal Corbinelli; la Varchina, composta tra il 1573 e il 1575, ove, a partire dalla polemica contro l'Ercolano del Varchi in nome dell'italianità della lingua volgare, il Muzio estende le proprie osservazioni alle opere del Castelvetro, del Dolce, del Ruscelli; infine un commento al Petrarca. I testi offrono un'importante testimonianza di quella che fu nel dibattito linguistico cinquecentesco la posizione rigorosamente anti-toscanista del Muzio (Padova 1496 - Firenze 1576, il cui vero cognome era Nuzio, oriundo di Capodistria, Justinopolis, per ciò detto Iustinopolitano), che fu invece a favore della ?lingua degli scrittori'. Buon esempl. (provenienza: nota di possesso del XVI secolo manoscritta al tit. di Giovanni Francesco Mariani). Gamba 1528. STC 458. Adams M-2075. Graesse 638. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-16 11:55:33
PHILIP II
(Miquel CORDELLES, from 1st January 1582 Regent of the Chancellery of the Principality of Catalunya and the Counties of Rosselló and Cerdanya), in Spanish with transcription and translation, saying "We have examined here the information you sent us and that which our Lieutenant General remitted concerning Domingo Alenyá, minister in your office, and accordingly we have commanded the Lieutenant General", Diego Talayero, "to write appropriately", it is understood that Cordelles is "keeping in touch as necessary" with Talayero, and the King charges him "to continue to do so and act ... as you are accustomed, with which We shall be well served", countersigned (on arrival in Barcelona) by Talayero as Lieutenant General to the Protonotary, (Jeroni Climent), as 'seen' by Comes (treasurer general and a regent), and by three other regents Sopena, Campi and Terça, address in Spanish and short note in Portuguese of content on verso, traces of seal on verso, the text 1 side folio, Lisbon, 2nd January small piece missing at the seal not affecting the text On the failure of the Portuguese dynasty in 1580, Philip II, a grandson of Manuel I, was the most powerful of the claimants. After the defeat of his nearest rival at the battle of Alcantara, he became master of the country and was crowned on the 25th March 1581. Miquel Cordelles, Diego Talayero and the other signers served under the Council of Aragon, set up by James I in the 13th century. It had representatives and departments for its three main divisions of Aragon, Catalunya and the Balearic Islands. The Chancellery corresponded … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Sophie Dupre [United Kingdom]
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2017-10-16 11:42:13
[KOMULOVIC (Alexandre)]
Bookseller: Librairie Chamonal [France, Paris]
2017-10-16 11:39:40
Cologne; Betzdorp, Conrad
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:39:40
Cologne; Betzdorp, Conrad
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:39:33
Lambard, William
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:34:47
BIBLE]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:34:43
BIBLE]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:34:43
BIBLE]
Bookseller: B & L Rootenberg Rare Books, ABAA [Sherman Oaks, CA, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:33:56
D'Afflito, Matteo; Baldus de Ubaldis, Petrus
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:33:51
FERRIER AUGIER
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Archetypon [IT]
2017-10-16 11:33:50
Alessandro Canobbio
Bookseller: Libreria Antonio Pettini [IT]
2017-10-16 11:33:49
Indagine, Ioan [Joannes Ab]
Lyon: Jean de Tournes, 1582. Hardcover. Very Good. Old vellum, manuscript spine and upper board; 8vo (150 x 165 mm); pp. 189, with woodcut portrait of the author on title-p., numerous in-text illustrations showing hands with varying palm lines and Greco-Roman deities associated with palmistry, physiognomic contrasts in pairs of faces, and astrological diagrams. Vellum a little soiled; front hinge cracked (holding just fine, with cords intact); contents evenly tanned. Indagine was pastor of Steynheym and deacon of St. Leonhart in Frankfurt. His popular treatise on palmistry (chiromancy), physiognomy, and astrology, was originally published in 1522, and reprinted into the 17th century. Caillet 5388. Thorndike V, 66.
Bookseller: Sanctuary Books [US]
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2017-10-16 11:31:43
Plantin, Christopher, publisher) [Borcht, Petrus van der (illustrator), and Hendrik Janssen Barrefelt (commentary)]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2017-10-16 11:31:43
Plantin, Christopher, publisher) [Borcht, Petrus van der (illustrator), and Hendrik Janssen Barrefelt (commentary)]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:31:43
(Plantin, Christopher, publisher) [Borcht, Petrus van der (illustrator), and Hendrik Janssen Barrefelt (commentary)]
[Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1582. First edition. [3], 60 [of 61] leaves. Engraved title and fifty-nine (of sixty) engraved plates (19 x 25 cm plus margins) affixed at gutters to tabs. Text in triple columns on versos in Latin, Dutch and French. 1 vols. Oblong 4to (19 x 25 cm plus margins). Lacking plate sixty. Tear across upper forecorner of plate 27 neatly mended; plate 50 severely torn and mended, the mend costing a substantial portion of one column of text on verso; a few other very short marginal mends or occasional splits along tabs at gutters; seven plates - including the title - show old tidemarks which, although present and affect the images, are not terribly offensive; other occasional marginal smudging and soiling; still, a reasonably good example of a very rare book. First edition. [3], 60 [of 61] leaves. Engraved title and fifty-nine (of sixty) engraved plates (19 x 25 cm plus margins) affixed at gutters to tabs. Text in triple columns on versos in Latin, Dutch and French. 1 vols. Oblong 4to (19 x 25 cm plus margins). Engraved Scenes from the Old Testament. First edition of this collection of fine engravings of scenes from the Old Testament, executed by one of the most prominent and productive of Plantin's artists. The production does not bear a formal imprint and the letterpress on the engraved title is affixed on slips within small panels within the overall engraving. A fourth panel includes a quotation in Latin from Isaiah: the entry in OCLC derived from the copy at the British Library suggests that copy may have a slip bearing an imprint, albeit ficti … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller [US]
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2017-10-16 11:31:37
Lambard, William
Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd., ABAA ILAB [Clark, NJ, U.S.A.]
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2017-10-16 11:31:12
PERUSCHI, Giovanni Battista (Giambattista).
Ad 1: De Backer & Sommervogel II, cols. 420-421; Lach & Van Kley I, pp. 452-455; ad 2: Cordier, Japonica, col. 192; VD16 F3073; ad 3: VD16 F3085; Cordier, Japonica, col. 199; ad 4: VD16 S6060. Ad 1: First Italian translation of Peruschi's study of Akbar's realm. "The first section is based mainly upon the account of Akbar prepared by Monserrate at Goa in 1582 shortly after his return from the first mission to Akbar's court ... Peruschi modified it with materials taken from letters dealing with the second mission of 1591. Following his [Monserrate's] narrative, Peruschi reproduces in his second part the texts of four letters written in 1595 by the members of the third mission as forwarded to Europe by the Provincial at Goa" (Lach & Van Kley). The capital of the realm, Fatehpur Sikri, was built six leagues from Agra, with great and sumptuous palaces. The palace complex consisted of a number of independent pavilions arranged in a pattern derived from Arab tent encampments.Ad 2-3: First Latin translations of a series of letters on the Jesuit mission in Japan and the history (of christianity) of the country, both compiled or written by Luís Frois. They are valuable sources of information on Japanese cultural, political and religious life.Ad 4: Second edition of an account of the 7 most important churches and basilicas in Rome, including an account of their relics. With some owners' inscriptions. Title-page restored; some pages cut short, especially in ad 3; binding worn. Overall in good condition.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2017-10-16 11:29:20
Rauwolf, Leonhard.
Frankfurt a. M., Christoph Rab, 1582. 4to. 3 parts in 1 vol. Title page printed in red and black. With 3 woodcut title vignettes (including one showing a camel). (8) ff. (incl. final blank), 123, (1) pp. (2), 161, (1) pp., 1 bl. f. 176, (6) pp. Contemp. blindstamped brown calf with 2 clasps. Rare second edition, printed in the year of the first edition: a German description of a three-year journey to Palestine and the Near East by the botanist Rauwolf (1535-96), with many authentic and reliable observations, also about the people and customs and of the difficulties of travel. His description of the preparation of coffee in Aleppo was the first such report by a European. "Highly influential travel account by the learned Augsburg physician and botanist who journeyed to Jerusalem in the years 1573 to 1576. The 8th chapter of part I contains the celebrated descriptions of the coffee drink and of the coffee berry [.] Rauwolf's account of coffee as a social drink of the East is thought to be the earliest in a printed book" (Hünersdorff/H. II, 1221). "Rauwolf [.] made a hazardous journey in many parts of the East to collect foreign plants; his herbarium is now carefully preserved at the Rijksherbarium in Leiden" (Hunt 146). "He was the first modern botanist to collect and describe the flora of the regions east of the Levantine coast" (Norman). An illustrated edition expanded by a fourth part was published at Lauingen the following year. - Binding professionally repaired at extremeties. Title page remargined, showing some fingerstaining; occasional slight brown- and waterstaining; … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH [Vienna, A, Austria]
2017-10-16 11:19:00
BESSON, Jacques.
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-16 11:12:31
FIORAVANTI LEONARDO.
per gli Heredi di Melchior Sessa, 1582. Cm. 15, pp. (32) 391 (1). Marchio tipografico al frontespizio e ritratto a piena pagina dell'autore al verso di quest'ultimo. Solida ed elegante legatura seicentesca in piena pelle, dorso a nervi con titoli e ricchi fregi in oro. Piccole mancanze alle estremità del dorso e qualche fioritura sparsa, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in ottimo stato di conservazione. Un'antica firma di possesso ms. al frontespizio. Rara edizione originale che contiene molte interessanti osservazioni in campo scientifico, botanico, medico ed alchemico. Da segnalare accenni specifici a territori d'oltremare tra cui l'India, le colonie americane, l'uso terapeutico del tabacco, del balsamo messicano, ed altri prodotti indigeni. Il quarto ed ultimo libro è dedicato interamente a soggetti alchemici e contiene "il vero ordine da far la pietra filosofale, per trasmutare li corpi metallici in Sole e Luna".
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense [IT]
2017-10-16 11:06:33
Jean SECOND, Michel MARULLUS, Girolamo ANGERIANO
Collective Original edition of the works of these three poets of the first part of the XVI. Title page for each game. The first two parts are edited by L. Martel from the preface to Daniel Boyvin and dedication in verse, the third by W. Criep according to the preface. Others show Jacobum Du Puy as a printer, because the two printers of this book were Duval and Du Puy.Binding full fair calf XVIII. Back smooth decorated. As an exhibit in red morocco. Upper jaw split tail and head on a centimeter. Mors rubbed. Lovely copy.Johannes Secundus (1511-1536) is a humanist and Neo-Latin Dutch erotic poet. His best known work, the Book of kisses, was notably imitated by Ronsard and his disciples. This collection consists of nineteen poems, partly imitated from Catullus and Greek anthologies, the theme of the kiss is explored in all its aspects: Dry or wet kisses, chaste or lustful, angry or soothing ... A prolific author, Jean Second produced during its brief existence of numerous writings. The book brings together the elegies of many of his works including that of Kisses. The book contains the best work of Angeriano the Eropaegnon, originally published in Florence in 1512, a book about love. Michel Tarchaniota Marullus died in 1500, probably born in Constantinople and raised in Florence, and was sponsored by Lorenzo de Medici. He wrote hymns and epigrams in imitation of Lucretius, present in this collection. Johannes Secundus is certainly the most important poet of this triad, which had an influence on Renaissance writers, but also poets until the end of the eighteenth century. apud D … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet [France]
2017-10-16 09:18:29
TASSO Torquato
Parte prima (e seconda). Ferrara, Vittorio Baldini, 1582. 2 parti in un vol. in-4, pp. (6), 95, (5); leg. p. perg. Tit. racchiuso in bordura silogr., al centro stemma di Alfonso II d'Este; in fine marca tip. Lettera dedicatoria a Lucrezia d'Este Duchessa d'Urbino dat. «dì ultimo Novembre 1581». Rara ristampa delle varie che si fecero delle «Rime» durante il 1582 sia in Ferrara che in altre città, in seguito al successo riscosso dalle poesie del Tasso apparse l'anno precedente. La collaz. del presente esempl. differisce per il maggior num. di pag. da quello della Tassiana di Bergamo (n. 1104). Buon esempl. (salvo due antichi timbri e qualche macchia sul frontesp. ed un lieve alone d'umido nell'angolo infer. delle prime pag.) Manca allo STC e all'Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-10-14 17:39:11
TASSO Torquato
Baldini Vittorio, 1582. 2 parti in un vol. in-4, ff. (4, di cui l'ultimo bianco), pp. 95, (5); 93, (3), car. corsivo; leg. 700sca p. perg., fregi oro e duplice tassello per titolo al dorso. Titolo racchiuso in bordura silogr., al centro stemma di Alfonso II d'Este; in fine grande marca tipogr., due iniziali silogr. istoriate. Lettera dedicatoria a Lucrezia d'Este Duchessa d'Urbino dat. «dì ultimo Novembre 1581». Rara seconda edizione delle Rime, ristampa curata, purgata e corretta da Gio. Batt. Guarini, in seguito al successo riscosso dalle medesime Rime apparse per la prima volta l'anno precedente presso Aldo. ''Merita preferenza sull'antecedente .. fu ricevuta con tanto plauso'' (Gamba). Ottimo esempl. (con ex-libris Marie Book).
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-14 17:38:46
TASSO Torquato
2 parti in un vol. in-4, pp. (6), 95, (5); leg. p. perg. Tit. racchiuso in bordura silogr., al centro stemma di Alfonso II d'Este; in fine marca tip. Lettera dedicatoria a Lucrezia d'Este Duchessa d'Urbino dat. «dì ultimo Novembre 1581». Rara ristampa delle varie che si fecero delle «Rime» durante il 1582 sia in Ferrara che in altre città, in seguito al successo riscosso dalle poesie del Tasso apparse l'anno precedente. La collaz. del presente esempl. differisce per il maggior num. di pag. da quello della Tassiana di Bergamo (n. 1104). Buon esempl. (salvo due antichi timbri e qualche macchia sul frontesp. ed un lieve alone d'umido nell'angolo infer. delle prime pag.)
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [IT]
2017-10-11 18:30:46
Orta, Garcia da,
Venedig, F. Ziletti 1582.. Neuer HPgt. 8vo. 12 Bll., 347 S.; 7 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 2, 249 (recte 243) S., 6 Bll. - Wie oft zusammen mit Monardes' Abhandlung Delle cose, che vengono veröffentlicht, beide Werke in zweiter italienischer Ausgabe. Enthalten wichtige und frühe Beschreibungen von Heilpflanzen und Drogen in den Tropen; Da Ortas Beschreibung der Cholera galt lange als grundlegend. Die botanischen Holzschnitte u. a. mit einer frühen Abbildung einer Tabakspflanze. - Tlw. gebräunt u. vereinz. fleckig, im Kopfsteg überwieg. knapp beschnitten (tlw. bis in die Kapitelüberschrift), mit vereinz. Wurmspuren (Buchstabenverlust), Haupttitel mit 3 tlw. gelöschten alten Besitzvermerken. - Palau 99519 und 175496. - Sabin 57668 und 49940. - Durling 3419 und 3219. - DSB X, 238 (Orta).
Bookseller: Ketterer Kunst GmbH [Germany]
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2017-10-11 16:38:13
Catullus, Tibullus, Propertius
Aegidius Radaeus, Antwerp 1582 - Volume in 8,(6) ff 274,240 pp(4) ff 192 pp (3), rilegatura in velluto contemporaneo, capilettera e iniziali ornamentali, edizione scaligera di questi tre poeti romani apparsi per la prima volta nel 1577, contiene una Scaliger Castigationes e commenti di Muretus sui tre poeti. 1 volume in 8°, (6) ff 274,240 pp (4) ff 192 pp (3), modern velvet binding, ornamental initial letters and initials, edition including all three Roman poets appeared for the first time in 1577, contains a Scaliger Castigationes and comments by Muretus's. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto
2017-10-11 15:19:16
Las Casas, Bartolomé de
[Geneva: Gabriel Cartier], 1582. [16],222pp. 12mo. 18th-century calf, spine and board edges finely gilt, rebacked with original backstrip preserved. Binding slightly worn. Occasional minor foxing, light age toning. A very good copy. Las Casas, the first great historian of the New World, arrived in Cuba in 1502 and spent most of the ensuing years in the Caribbean and Mexico until his return to Spain in 1547. An early critic of Spanish policy, he nonetheless rose to be Bishop of Chiapas. He witnessed firsthand the appalling destruction of the American Indian population at the hands of the Spanish, something he continually fought against as a priest. After his return to Spain and throughout his old age, he launched a series of attacks on Spanish policy towards American Indians. The first and most influential of these tracts is BREVISSIMA RELACION DE LA DESTRUYCION DE LAS INDIAS, which describes the numerous wrongs inflicted upon the Indians, mainly in the Antilles. Written in 1539, it was first published in Seville in 1552, and editions in French, English, and German appeared before 1600. The present work is one of two French editions printed in 1582, following the initial 1579 Antwerp publication of this French translation by Jacques Miggrode. As with many later editions published outside Spain, this printing helped promote Protestant attacks on the Spanish crown, perpetuating the "Black Legend" of Spanish destruction of the Indians. A rare French translation of Las Casas' most famous work on the Indies. EUROPEAN AMERICANA records five U.S. locations plus the Bibliot … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [US]
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2017-10-10 19:33:40
Lopes de Castanheda, Fernao:
Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana [New Haven, CT, U.S.A.]
2017-10-09 19:54:02
PARE, Ambroise (1510-1590).
Apud Iacobvm Dv-pvys, 1582., Parisiis. Folio in sixes (351 x 208 mm) [12], 884, [22] pp. Collated complete: ã6, A-Z6, Aa-Zz6, AA-ZZ6, AAa-DDd6, EEe4, FFf-GGg6, index, errata leaf, woodcut of Pare, aged sixty-eight, on verso of ã4, 362 woodcuts; lightly foxed, title-page and 2 ff. following re-margined, a few repairs, not affecting text or images, some damp-staining, occasional early in k underlining and marginal notes showing early evidence of reading the text. Contemporary limp full vellum, m.s. spine title. Very good. FIRST LATIN EDITION; third edition overall. "No third French edition appears to have been published, its place supposedly being taken by the first Latin translation in 1582. . . This, the first Latin edition, has been long regarded as taking the place of a third French edition, since no third has ever been found and since this one lies between the second, 1579, and the fourth, 1585, edition of the Oeuvres. . . I think we can take it as conclusive that the 1582 Opera represented to Pare his third edition. It must at least have been planned as early as 1577, when he failed to include, among those he gave to Viart as a wedding gift, the books which were still to be published 'as well in Latin as in French'" [Doe]. "The reputed translator-editor, Jacques Guillemeau, was an excellent classical scholar and the lifelong friend of Pare. . . But although Pare's Opera is known as Guillemeau's translation, and is so indicated on the title-page, it was in reality the work of someone else, unidentified, Guillemeau states, in his dedication to Miron, that the translatio … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Jeff Weber Rare Books, ABAA [Carlsbad, CA, U.S.A.]
2017-10-08 18:33:19
BOCCACCIO, Giovanni.
Florence, Filippo & Iacopo Giunti, October 1582. Printer's woodcut device on title, large historiated woodcut initials, a different printer's device on last leaf. In Italics. 16 leaves, 585 pp., (1), (38) leaves. 4to (c. 210 x 145 mm). 18th century half calf (rep.). Florence, Filippo & Iacopo Giunti, October 1582. An important edition of this classic of Italian literature by Giovanni Boccaccio (1331-1375). This literary ten-day odyssey became the emblem of creative expression in the Italian Renaissance about the human experience, its nature and psyche. Boccaccio's epic is edited here by Leonardo Salviati (1540-1589), a Florentine nobleman, who was a founder member of the Accademia della Crusca. Its avowed aim was to uphold the purity of the Tuscan language as it had been in the fourteenth century. The Accademia Florentina, founded in 1540, was dedicated to the same purpose and Salviati was active in both bodies. In 1584 Salviati published his "Degli Avvertimenti della Lingua sopra il Decamerone", a detailed discussion about the language used by Boccaccio. In this edition of the Decameron Salviati returned to the old texts, and dedicated the work to Jacopo Buoncompagni, one of his patrons. The text includes many beautiful historiated initials. - A very well printed and rare edition. - Ind. Aur. 120.402; Adams B-2158; STC (Italian), 110; Brunet I, 1002; Gamba, Serie dei testi di lingua, p. 59, no. 181. LITERATURE:ITALIAN ; EROTICA ; GRAPHIC ARTS:GIUNTA ;
Bookseller: Hellmut Schumann Antiquariat [Zurich, Switzerland]
2017-10-08 18:33:08
GIOVANNI BOCCACCIO
casa editrice: NELLA STAMPERIA DE' GIUNTI anno: 1582 città: FIRENZE - LEGATURA SETTECENTESCA IN MEZZA PELLE MARRONE CON TASSELLO TITOLI CON SCRITTE E FREGI IN ORO AL DORSO, PIATTI MARMORIZZATI. AL FRONTESPIZIO INCISIONE CON GIGLIO DI FIRENZE SORRETTO DA DUE PUTTI. MOLTO BELLI I CAPILETTERA numero pagine: 32 INIZIALI + 585 + 76 formato: 22.1X16.2 stato conservazione: DISCRETO, ALONI AL MARGINE PER LE PRIME PAGINE, E ALONI ALL'AGGIUNTA DEL VOLUME (PROEMIO) ALLA FINE. QUALCHE FORO DI TARLO AI MARGINI E RARE MACCHIOLINE edizione: SECONDA
Bookseller: libreria antiquaria e antichità Onofri [Italy]
2017-10-07 15:01:17
KOMULOVIC (Alexandre)]
- Dottrina Christiana per la Natione illirica nelle propria lingua. Roma, Francesco Zanetti, 1582, 2 ouvrages en 1 vol. petit in-8, vélin ivoire souple à recouvrement, dos lisse avec trace de titre manuscrit, lacets, menus défauts int., un lacet manquant. 126 pp. et 1 f.n.ch., avec un frontispice gravé au verso de la page de titre. Édition originale du premier catéchisme catholique édité en langue "illyrique". Rare. 2 exemplaires seulement au Worldcat. Alexandre Komulovic (1548-1608), natif de Spalato (actuelle Croatie) avait été admis en 1576 dans la Confrérie de Saint Girolamo près l'Hospice des Illyriens. Passé en 1580 au service du cardinal Giulio Santori, responsable des relations avec les églises orientales et protecteur de l'Illyrie, il sera nommé par le pape Grégoire XIII "visiteur apostolique de l'Église latine dans la péninsule des Balkans". C'est ainsi qu'on lui doit ce premier catéchisme en langue croate. L'oeuvre, proposée par Santori au pape Grégoire XIII lors d'une audience de novembre 1579, ne reçut pas l'approbation du Saint Père qui préféra consulter l'évêché de Dalmatie. Celui-ci optera pour le Catéchisme de Canisio, publié en 1583 dans la traduction de S. Budinic [Simon Budineo], imprimée en caractères latins et cyrilliques. Les frais d'impression du catéchisme de Komulovic furent supportés par la Confrérie de San Girolamo qui confia dans le même temps à Zanetti l'impression de la traduction du Breve directorium. du Jésuite J. A. Polanco, réalisée par le même Budinic. Relié avec (en tête de volume): [Simon BUDINEO]. Ispravniich za erei ispovidniici i za … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: LIBRAIRIE CHAMONAL [France]
2017-10-05 18:06:23
PARE' Ambroise (ca. 1510-150)
IACOBUM DUPUYS, PARIS 1582 - Legatura antica in piena pergamena; al dorso, autore e tiolo anticamnete manoscritti, monogramma PB manoscritto in epoca recente e piccolo tassello in pelle moderna con monogramma PB in oro; al contropiatto anteriore, doppio ex-libris della biblioteca di Piergiorgio Borio; carte di guardia anteriori sostituite con carte antiche.12 pagine non numerate, compresi il frontespizio con titolo e bella scena della samaritana al pozzo, quest'ultimo realizzato in una elegante sruttura architettonica, e, alla pagina 8, grande ritratto silografico di Paré con versi sottostanti; 884 pagine numerate; alle pagine 869 e 872, ampi ritratti silografici di Hyppocrate e Galeno; 22 pagine non numerate di indici; 2 pagine bianche. Testo in latino, all'interno, numerosissime incisioni silografiche raffiguranti animali, particolari anatomici, fasciature e protesi, strumenti chirurgici, operazioni, persone e animali mostruosi etc., molto interessante, ad esempio, il testo e la relativa illustrazione sull'invenzione di Parè di una mano artificiale mossa da congegni meccanici che permettevano l'articolazione delle dita artificiali e ai cavalieri che ne erano dotati di afferrare le briglie del loro cavallo. Terza edizione in assoluto, la prima a Parigi nel 1575 e prima rara edizione latina della celebre opera di Paré, contenente oltre al suo trattato più celebre sulla chirurgia anche altri importanti trattati: sono ben 26 i titoli che compongono l'opera; tra questi citiamo: De humani corporis anatome; De contusionibus et gangraenis; De arthritide, De lue vene … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio [Italy]
2017-10-02 15:28:57
Zürich. Stadtplan. Ansicht der Stadt - ZÜRICH - Braun, Georg und Franz Hogenberg.
Köln, aus Braun-Hogenberg's Städtebuch "Civitates Orbis Terrarum", (ca. 1582). - Bildgrösse: 36,3x48,5 cm. Blattgrösse: 40,8x53m5 cm. Kupferstich mit zeitgenössischem Kolorit, verso lateinischer Text. Frans Hogenberg (1535 Mecheln - 1590 Köln) Kupferstecher und Radierer von Landkarten und Städteansichten und Georg Braun (1541 Köln - 1622) Geograph und Verleger, gaben zusammen den ersten umfassenden Atlas mit Plänen und Ansichten von Städten aus aller Welt heraus. Die Sammlung 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' erschien 1572-1618 in 6 Bänden mit ca. 500 Kupferstichen. - (Seitenränder sauber mit Papier hinterlegt. Kleiner Einriss (ca. 2 cm) am Plattenrand oben rechts. Ränder ausserhalb der Platte etwas fleckig). - Zurich. Town Plan. View oft he City in ca. 1570. - Braun, Georg (1541-1622) and Hogenberg, Franz. Zurych. Tigurum, sive Turegum, Caesaris, ut pleri que existimant, Tigurinus Pagus, vulgo Zurych, urbs in Helvetijs. Bird's eye view of 16th centuryZurich (ca. 1570). With coatofarms of the city upper left. Copper engraving with contemporary hand-coloring. 363x485 mm (sizeofengraving). - Published in „Civitates Orbis Terrarum". Cologne, Braun/Hogenberg, 1585. The Dutch painter and etcher of maps and townviews Franz Hogenberg (1535-1590) and the Cologne born cleric, geographer and publisher Georg Braun (1541-1622) published together the first comprehensive atlas with plans and views of cities from all over the world. Their collection appeared as ‚Civitas Orbis Terrarum' from 1572 to 1618 in six volumes and eventually contained almost 550 prospects.
Bookseller: Biblion Antiquariat
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2017-10-02 03:34:26
BARTOLI, Cosimo.
[Antonio Roccatagliata], In Genoua. Opera non comune. Marca tip. xil. al front. (V88), con motto: "Hinc quoque hoc auspice gemmae". Nelle cc. preliminari la dedicatoria di Scipione Metelli di Castelnuovo di Lunigiana a Giulio Pallavicino, datata "Genova, a di’ 28 d’agosto 1582". L’op. contiene 39 discorsi con consigli per chi aveva uffici di comando, civile o militare, tra cui: Di quanto danno e di quanto utile sia cagione il sospetto; Che la paura divide la città, il più delle volte fa che i popoli non stimano i pericoli e alcuna volta non riceve consiglio; Quanto sia instabile il volgo e la plebe; Che cose si ricerchino nel consiglio e che non è bene che nasca dalla paura, ne’ persone appassionate; Quanto sia cosa prudente a ogni potentato non si condurre in necessità di denari e come si possa rimediare a simile disordine; Chi va dietro all’ambitione perde spesso l’onore e alcuna volta la vita; Che bisogna essercitare i soldati e che dall’otio nascono il più delle volte gli abbottinamenti; Che la celerità, il lume della luna, il vento, la qualità delle armi, il modo d’adoperarle, una voce sola da’ e toglie le vittorie; Che la severità è necessaria e utile a chi ha a reggere sudditi o a maneggiar soldati e dannosa la troppo licentia e la intemperantia; Di alcune considerationi che debbono aver i principi o i capi delle repubbliche circa il governo degli stati; Delle congiure quanto sieno nocive non tanto a coloro contro a chi si fanno quanto a congiurati"; etc. BMC, Italian books, p.73 indica come edit. S. Metelli e tip. A. Roccatagliata. Gamba 1250 cita l’ed. orig. Venezi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Adige [TRENTO, Italy]
2017-09-29 23:00:17
DELL'UVA Benedetto
All'Eccellentissima Signora Felice Orsina Vicereina di Sicilia. In Firenze, nella stamperia di Bartolomeo Sermartelli, MDLXXXII (1582). 2 opere in 1 vol. in-4, pp. (8), 198, (2); (8), 40, leg. moderna in mezza pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso. Prima edizione di questi scritti del monaco benedettino Benedetto dell'Uva (poeta, nato nel 1540 a Capua, morto ivi forse nel 1582), spesso rilegati insieme. Impresa dello stampatore (tartaruga con insegna del giglio fiorentino) ai due titoli, il secondo dei quali prevede anche larga bordura architettonica; iniziali istoriate e testatine. Si tratta di due composizioni poetiche in ottava rima di argomento religioso: la prima è una descrizione del martirio di cinque Sante (Agata, Lucia, Agnese, Giustina e Caterina), mentre la seconda è una riflessione sul tema della morte dedicata a Geronima Colonna, duchessa di Monteleone. Il tipografo Bartolomeo Sermartelli fu attivo a Firenze tra 1553 e1591. Ottimo esempl. Gamba 1746. STC 706. Manca ad Adams. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Pregliasco [Torino, Italy]
2017-09-28 20:30:21
HOMERUS.
Basel (Basileae), Ex Officina Brylingeriana, 1582. 8vo. (XXXVIII), p. 23-827,(1 blank),(1 woodcut),(1 blank). Calf 16 cm (Ref: VD16 H 4698; Graesse 3,381/82; Hoffmann 2,317, Ebert 9961; not in Brunet) (Details: Also published as volume II of the 'Homeri quae extant omnia' edition published by Brylinger in 1582. (Homeri quae extant omnia, praeter operam Seb. Castalionis, nunc ad postremam H. Stephani ac aliorum quorundam editionem collata) The Odyssea was, according to VD16 also published separately. § Back with 5 raised bands. Gilt oval ornament on both boards. Woodcut printer's mark on the title, depicting 3 lions, one of which holds an hour glass. On the flyleaf at the end in old ink: 'Si quis hunc furto/ Rapiat libellum/ Nec suo reddat/ Domino petenti/ Horrida poena./ Crucietur ille'. Greek text with opposing Latin translation) (Condition: Binding scuffed, corners bumped. Front joint split, but strong. Title soiled and worn. Scriblings and names on the worn endpapers) (Note: Round 1540 the Latin prose translations of Homer of Lorenzo Valla and Raffaele Maffei were eclipsed by the translation 'ad verbum' of the Renaissance scholar Andreas Divus of Capodistria. Divus published his translation, which was more a reading aid, first in Venice in 1537. His translation was adopted in the first (bilingual) Homer edition, which was published by Brylinger, in Basle in 1551. Brylinger's target group was, as the title states, 'Graecae linguae tyronibus', beginners. This edition in folio was produced by Heinrich Pantaleon, 1522-1595, professor of Greek & Latin in Basel. It was repeate … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat Fragmenta Selecta [AMSTERDAM, Netherlands]
2017-09-26 20:09:58
Cicerone Marco Tullio
Sessa, Venetia, 1582. In folio, pp(4) 451,66, (2) con grande marca tipografica incisa in legno al frontespizio, legatura moderna, in piena pergamena con legacci, minimi accurati restauri In folio, pp (4), 451. 66, (2) with a large typographic mark wooden engraved on the frontispiece, modern full parchment binding with ties, minimal accurate restorations [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Redaelli Alberto [Milano, Italy]
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