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         Imperatoris Justiniani defensio adversus Alemannum.

      Ryves (1583-1652)

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         1583 Geneva Quarto Bible -Rare single column text -- New Testament -T Beza

      - 1583 Geneva Quarto - Darlow & Moule Reference #137. Printed in London by Christopher Barker and translated out of the Greek by Theodore Beza. Very rare single column Geneva Bible. New Testament only. Tomson’s Revision. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Opus de emendatione temporum. Including: Computus Arabicus ecclesiae Antiochenae.Leiden, Franciscus Raphelengius (Officina Plantiniana), 1598. Folio (36 x 24 cm). With woodcut printer's device on title-page. Set in roman and italic types with long passages in Greek, Arabic, Hebrew, Samaritan and Ethiopic, shorter passages in Syriac, and zodiac signs, the Arabic, Samaritan and Ethiopic specially cut for use in the present book. Vellum (ca. 1630?).

      Adams S568; Fuks, Hebrew typography 15; Lane, Arabic type specimen of Franciscus Raphelengius, item 26 & p. xxv; Typ. Bat. 4476; cf. PMM 98 (1583 ed.); for the Arabic, Samaritan and Ethiopic types: Vervliet EXO 1, 2 & 3. Third and definitive edition, greatly revised and expanded by the author and printed by Plantin's son-in-law using a wide variety of non-Latin types, of a thorough scholarly study of classical, biblical and "oriental" chronology, by the leading linguist and linguistic scholar of his generation ("the greatest scholar of his age" PMM). Three of the non-Latin types (nashk Arabic, majuscule Samaritan and Ethiopic) were cut especially for this work. Scaliger and Raphelengius were far ahead of their time in viewing Arabic as an important field of study in its own right, and they showed sympathy for Arabic culture. Like their predecessors, they used Arabic for biblical exegesis, but they also studied the Quran, medical, mathematical and astronomical texts and other works originally written in Arabic. In the present work, Scaliger studied and compared the calendars and historical chronology of the Greeks, Romans, Persians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Jews and others, attempting to link them so that their dates could be related to those of the European calendar. Scaliger's work in this area "towers above that of his contemporaries" (PMM) and served as an essential key to modern historical scholarship. This was the first work ever set in Raphelengius's pioneering Arabic type, which set the stage for the Arabic types of Thomas Erpenius and others in the Netherlands and abroad: "it served as the foundation stone for a revolution in Arabic scholarship" (Lane). With a piece cut out of the title-page. It has been patched with a paper slip, and with further slips in the endpapers. With water stains in about a dozen leaves and occasional slightly browned patches, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. The binding is slightly dirty, the spine-title faded and the headbands have lost much of their green thread.

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         Vida del P. Ignacio de Loyola, fundador de la Religion de la Compañia de Jesus. Escripta en Latin . y aora nuevamente traduzida en Romance, y añadida por el mismo Autor.

      Madrid, Alonso Gomez, 1583. - 4to. [17] + 304 + [8] leaves. Roman and italic letter. Printer's device with Jesuit emblem on title. Some historiated woodcut initials Contemporary vellum; gilt; without ties. First edition in Spanish of the celebrated life of St Ignatius of Loyola (1491-1556), founder and first General of the Jesuit Order. Compiled by a young disciple of St Ignatius, the book became a classic, as it was more widely read than the autobiographical writings. Translations were published in Italian (1586), German (1590), Polish (1593), French (1599), and in English (1616: by Michael Walpole). This Spanish version contains additional material included by the biographer not present in the Latin text first published Naples, 1572. The work contains extensive references to the Jesuit overseas missions in the West Indies and Brazil. an exceptionally fresh copy; an early manuscript entry in top blank margin of title; initials B[eato] and S[anto] inserted into title wording in ink. Alden/Landis, 'European Americana' 583/62; De Backer-Sommervogel VI, 1726; Palau 266222. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Opus de emendatione temporum. Including: Computus Arabicus ecclesiae Antiochenae.Leiden, Franciscus Raphelengius (Officina Plantiniana), 1598. Folio (36 x 24 cm). With woodcut printer's device on title-page. Set in roman and italic types with long passages in Greek, Arabic, Hebrew, Samaritan and Ethiopic, shorter passages in Syriac, and zodiac signs, the Arabic, Samaritan and Ethiopic specially cut for use in the present book. Vellum (ca. 1630?).

      Adams S568; Fuks, Hebrew typography 15; Lane, Arabic type specimen of Franciscus Raphelengius, item 26 & p. xxv; Typ. Bat. 4476; cf. PMM 98 (1583 ed.); for the Arabic, Samaritan and Ethiopic types: Vervliet EXO 1, 2 & 3. Third and definitive edition, greatly revised and expanded by the author and printed by Plantin's son-in-law using a wide variety of non-Latin types, of a thorough scholarly study of classical, biblical and "oriental" chronology, by the leading linguist and linguistic scholar of his generation ("the greatest scholar of his age" PMM). Three of the non-Latin types (nashk Arabic, majuscule Samaritan and Ethiopic) were cut especially for this work. Scaliger and Raphelengius were far ahead of their time in viewing Arabic as an important field of study in its own right, and they showed sympathy for Arabic culture. Like their predecessors, they used Arabic for biblical exegesis, but they also studied the Quran, medical, mathematical and astronomical texts and other works originally written in Arabic. In the present work, Scaliger studied and compared the calendars and historical chronology of the Greeks, Romans, Persians, Babylonians, Egyptians, Jews and others, attempting to link them so that their dates could be related to those of the European calendar. Scaliger's work in this area "towers above that of his contemporaries" (PMM) and served as an essential key to modern historical scholarship. This was the first work ever set in Raphelengius's pioneering Arabic type, which set the stage for the Arabic types of Thomas Erpenius and others in the Netherlands and abroad: "it served as the foundation stone for a revolution in Arabic scholarship" (Lane). With a piece cut out of the title-page. It has been patched with a paper slip, and with further slips in the endpapers. With water stains in about a dozen leaves and occasional slightly browned patches, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. The binding is slightly dirty, the spine-title faded and the headbands have lost much of their green thread.

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         1583 George Major Lutheran Protestant Reformation Latin Poetry Wittenberg German

      Lugduni, : Apud Ioan. Tornaesium ., 1583. - 1583 George Major Lutheran Protestant Reformation Latin Poetry Wittenberg German Georg Major was a 16th-century Lutheran who was prominent during the Protestant Reformation. He published various books and writings pertaining to the course of the Reformation, but he also produced shorter poetic verses many of which have nothing to do with the Reformation at all. This 1583 edition of ‘Sententiae’ is a fine, vellum-bound example of these poems. Item number: #2068 Price: $599 MEIER, Georg Sententiae veterum poetarum per locos communes digestae Georgio Maiore collectore, multo quam antehae auctiores Lugduni, : Apud Ioan. Tornaesium ., 1583. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: 289, [13] • Language: Latin • Binding: Vellum; tight & secure • Size: ~4.5in X 3in (11.5cm x 8cm) Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 2068 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Libro de enfrenamientos de la Gineta, por Eugenio Mançanas, ensayador dela casa dela Moneda de Toledo por su Magestad.

      Toledo, Juan Rodriguez, impressor y mercader de libros for Pecho Rodriguez,1583. - Small 4to. [4] + 38 + [4] leaves. Roman letter. Large title woodcut portrait, 6 full-page woodcuts, 17 vertical half-page woodcuts, full-page woodcut heraldic device at end; 25 ornamental initials (1 large & historiated, 1 medium-sized). 18th century quarter sheep, decorative boards with worm-damage repaired. An early influential treatise on how to bridle and to shoe a horse ‘a la gineta’, a style of riding developed in Renaissance Spain for hunting bulls. The rider was taught the role of the bit as essential means of communication between himself and the horse; he learnt to use short stirrups with slightly bent legs to ensure maximum spur contact which allowed fast stops and sudden changes of direction, essential for out manoeuvering a bull. The technique was also widely practised in contemporary Spanish-dominated southern Italy, where horses of Spanish origin were called “Ginnetti” (jennets or light coursers). The book is divided into 22 chapters discussing the correct bit for each horse based on studying many differences in horses’ mouths, 7 chapters on shoeing including remarkable woodcuts of a horse’s skull, hoofs, and 2 iron horse shoe patterns, and a third part with 18 striking illustrations (1 full-page & 17 vertical half-page) of diverse elaborate bits designed to control the horse which are thought to be of north African origin. The jinetes were developed during the reconquest of Spain from the Moors, whose light cavalry tactics the Crusaders adopted during the 14th century. The fine title portrait of the author (11.5 x 8.8cm), is followed by the royal privilege granted by Philip II with a license for another ten years confirmed by Juan Gallo de Andrada, royal clerk, dated 10th March 1580. The brief dedicatory address to Don Diego de Cordoba, the royal riding master, patron of the author, is joined by his 2-page reply. The volume ends with an address to the reader, a five-page index, and a final leaf with the dedicatee’s arms on verso. All woodcuts bear the author’s initials. Eugenio Mançanas, described on the title as assay-master to the royal mint at Toledo, was already deceased at the time of the issue of the second licence. Pérez Pastor Toledo, 361, describing the woodcuts as identical to the 1570 first edition except for the horseshoe patterns on pp24 & 28, states that the portrait and dedicatee’s arms at end appear here for the first time in this second edition.The high contemporary esteem and demand for this work is reflected by the fact that its author sent 300 copies of the 1570 edition from Toledo to the rector of the university of Mexico. Cf: G.R.G.Conway, Francisco Cervantes de Salazar and Eugenio Manzanas, 1571-1575; a bibliographical note on the Libro de enfrenamientos de la gineta by Eugenio Manzanas, of which three hundred copies were sent by the author to Dr Francisco Cervantes de Salazara in Mexico from Toledo in 1571. Palau 156230; Salva 3367 (1570 edition); USTC 339757. Repairs of worming in margins of title, second and last leaf; faint traces of waterstaining in tailend outer corners, otherwise well preserved. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Carta de Donacíón (grant of land) Manuscript on paper. Early American commercial document

      Lima 1583 - (Peru) Aguerro, Diego de. Carta de Donacíón (grant of land) Manuscript on paper. Folio. 1 text page in a chancery hand. [Los Reyes = Lima] 19th December 1583. Signed by Diego de Aguerro, Ambrosio de Moscoso (scribe) & Francisco Onteriz. Grant of seven fanegas ‘de sembradura de trigo’ (of arable land) in Valle de Cañete (San Vicente de Cañete near Lima) given by Capitán Conquistador * Diego de Aguerro, town councillor and resident of Los Reyes to Doña Ynes Montesino, his godmother and the wife of Francisco Corte Rabanada in recognition of her good care of him – ‘porque fuys mi comadre y por muy buenas obras y servicios que me abbeys hecho que merecen mucha mas remuneración y premyo’. (A fanega was an extent of arable land, generally of 400 fathoms square). The donor, Capitán Diego de Aguerro, was one of the original 160 conquerors of Peru together with Francisco Pizarro. He had taken part in the battle of Cajamarca (16th November 1532), when the Inca army was destroyed, and received part of the regal ransom paid by the deposed king Atahualpa; he later served under Almagro in Ecuador, as co-founder of Quito and helped to found Lima, where he was appointed regidor, and became a generous donor of benefices, especially to the religious orders. The second text page contains a separate document: Deed of sale including an eleven year old negro slave: Carta de Venta (deed of sale) 1 text page in a chancery hand [Los Reyes = Lima] 19th December 1583. Signed: Diego de Montesino, Ambrosio de Moscoso (scribe) & Francisco Onteriz. Sale of half of 2 fanegas of land in the Valle de Yca (Ica in southern Peru) with a vineyard (‘una viña con seys myll posturas poco más o menos’) and Juan Criollo, an eleven year old negro slave. Sold by Diego Montesino of Los Reyes (Lima) to Capitán Diego de Aguerro, town councilor and resident in Los Reyes for 2000 pesos. Light fraying in margins, otherwise a very well preserved early American commercial document. * Title awarded to the 160 soldiers who had joined Francisco Pizarro in the conquest of Peru.

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         Vita di Piero Vettori, L'antico, Gentil'huomo fiorentino.

      - In Fiorenza, nella Stamperia de' Giunti, 1583, in-4, cartonatura spruzzata settecentesca, pp. [4], 80, [2]. Marca giuntina al frontespizio e sull'ultima pagina. Iniziali e fregi incisi in legno. Lievi ingialliture. Prima edizione. Moreni, I, 107. Brunet, 30734. Ex-libris Pietro Buoninsegni. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Hypomnema. (graece). Commentarius in aurea Pythagoreorum carmina. Ioan. Curterio interprete.

      Paris, E. Prevosteau für N. Nivellius, 1583. - circa 14 x 8,6 cm. XXIIII, 247 (recte 347) SS., Titel mit Wappenholzschnitt Leder d. 18. Jh., mit zwei goldgeprägten Rschildern und Deckelfileten Adams P 2313; Schweiger I, 148; Hoffmann II, 407. Editio princeps, Hauptwerk des neuplatonischen Philosophen Hierokles von Alexandria (5. Jh.) mit einem Kommentar zu den Pytagoras zugeschriebenen Carmina Aurea. Durchgehend parallel griechisch mit der lateinischen Übersetzung des französischen Humanisten Jean Courtier, der eine Handschrift aus dem Besitz von Francois de La Rochefoucauld-Randon, Abt in Tournus, verwenden konnte. An diesen ist auch das Vorwort adressiert. - ANGEBUNDEN: 2. Pythagoras. Aurea carmina. Latine conversa, multisque in locis emendata, illustrataque adnotationibus; quibus etiam Hieroclis interpretationi non parum lucis adsertur. Auctore Theodoro Marcilio. Paris, Nivellinus, 1585. Titel, 11 SS., 5 (1 w.) Bll., 90 SS., 3 (1 w.) Bll. Adams P 2314; Schweiger I, 148; Hoffmann III, 513. Erste Ausgabe der in der Rezension von Marcellius (1548-1617), Text in Griechisch und Latein mit der Übersetzung hier ebenfalls im Erstdruck. - Teils leicht wasserrandig, 1 weisses Blatt mit alten Zitaten in griechischer Sprache und vereinzelt mit Marginalien und Unterstreichungen von alter Hand, sonst innen meist recht sauber. Kanten berieben, Aussengelenke etwas brüchig, aber Bindung solide. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         1583 Single Column Geneva Bible

      - 1583 Geneva Quarto - Darlow & Moule Reference #137. Printed in London by Christopher Barker and translated out of the Greek by Theodore Beza. Very rare single column Geneva Bible. New Testament only. Tomson’s Revision. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         A Declaration of the fauourable dealing of her Maiesties Commissioners appointed for the Examination of certaine Traitours, and of tortures vniustly reported to be done vpon them for matters of religion. S.T.C. 4901

      The tract complementing Cecil's "Execution of Justice", further seeking to justify the torture of the Jesuit, Edward Campion, defending why it was used, how it was reluctantly undertaken, and then only mildy administered--all "to strain credulity". Modern card covers, a trifle spotted, printed paper label, light browning, else sound with good margins; the Taussig copy. Printed by Christopher Barker, London, 1583.

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         Il primo libro del Trattato Militare di Giovan Mattheo Cicogna Veronese. Nel quale si contengono varie regole, & diversi modi, per fare con l'ordinanza Battaglie nuove di fanteria. Con due tariffe, l'una delle ordinanze, & l'altra delle battaglie quadre perfette per ogni faccia: & molti altri ricordi utilissimi ad ogni buon soldato.

      appresso Camillo Castelli, Venezia 1583 - 4to (204x147 mm); XVIII century binding in quarter vellum, marbled paper boards (light trace of use) and white end-leaves; [6], 65, [1] leaves (last page blank); errors in foliation: leaves number 63-64 numbered 65-66, and then continuing with number 65; text in Italian; woodcut device at title-page (with two warriors, named: Gio. Matteo [the Author] and Camillo [the Publisher]); xylographic coat of arms of the dedicatee Ottavio Farnese on leaf *2r; many xylographic illustrations representing military formations and schemes; woodcut historiated head-letters. Rare edition of this work of military strategy, including the array of infantry. Giovanni Matteo Cicogna (16th century), was an Italian scholar, a historiographer and a military from Verona. Ref.: IT\ICCU\BVEE\002057. CNCE, 12519. OCLC, 800742985 (France). Apparently only one copy in USA (located in the Franklin Penn Libraries Catalog, Philadelphia). Adams, C-2023. Cond.: Foxing at some quires, occasional waterstains, but good copy. 300g. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Mari Libero et P. Merula de Maribus.

      Ex Officina Elzeviriana [Elzevier],, Lugd. Batavorum [Leyde], - 1 vol. in-24, (11 x 6 cm) ; 308 pp. Reliure d'époque en plein vélin, dos lisse avec titre manuscrit. La reliure tend à se détendre, le dernier cahier déborde légèrement. Ouvrage comprenant, en pagination continue, le Mare Liberum de Hugo Grotius (ou Hugo de Groot, 1583-1645) et la Dissertatio de Maribus de Paul Merula (ou Paulus van Merle, 1558-1607).Hugo Grotius expose dans ce texte l'idée ? révolutionnaire à l'époque ? de la libre circulation sur les eaux des mers, qu'il pense devoir être des territoires internationaux ouverts à toutes les nations.Très jolie page de titre gravée présentant un vaisseau voguant.

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         De jure belli ac pacis libri tres, in quibus jus naturae et gentium, item juris publici praecipua explicantur. Cum annotatis auctoris, ex postrema ejus ante obitum cura. Accesserunt ejusdem dissertatio De mari libero, et libellus singularis de aequitate, indulgentiae, et facilitate, necnon Joann. Frid. Gronovii V. C. notae in tomum opus De jure belli ac pacis. Editio novissima., , .

      , - Due volumi di cm. 25, pp. (8) 648; (4) 267 (1), 44 (88). Sfera elzeviriana al frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero. Legatura coeva in piena perg. con titoli ms. al dorso. Pergamena un po' sporca, sporadiche bruniture e lievi fioriture sparse dovute alla qualità della carta, peraltro nel complesso esemplare ben conservato. Opera principale di Ugo Grozio (1583-1645) ritenuta dalla storiografia il fondamento del giusnaturalismo (dottrina che impone il diritto naturale come punto di partenza di ogni riflessione giuridica). La definizione, forse enfatica, di base del diritto internazionale porta il De jure belli ad essere considerato come una delle più importanti, diffuse e celebrate opere dell'intera età moderna. La presente edizione, forse napoletana, è corredata dalle note del Gronovio. Cfr. Sapori, 1465. Non in Brunet e Graesse. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         1583 BIBLE & EMBLEMS of Claude Paradin Quadrins Historiques Illustrated Woodcuts

      A Lyon, par Jean de Tournes. M.D. LXXXIII., [1583] - 1583 BIBLE & EMBLEMS of Claude Paradin Quadrins Historiques Illustrated Woodcuts Claude Paradin was a 16th-century French heraldic and emblematic writer most known for his illustrated historical works. His most influential work was ‘Devises Heroiques’, an illustrated version of the Old Testament. Each episode is illustrated by a woodcut and is paired with a short French poem which mirrors similar emblem publications on the Bible that were published in Paris and Lyon in the 16th-century. This 1583 printing is taken directly from the extended French language version which first appeared in 1557 by Tournes. The incredible 122 woodcut engravings in this edition depict many famous Bible scenes including Noah’s Ark, The Tower of Babel, Tempting of Adam and Eve, and many more from Genesis through Maccabees. Item number: #1568 Price: $1750 PARADIN, Claude Quadrins historiques de la Bible. Reveus, & augmentes d'un grand nombre de figures. A Lyon, par Jean de Tournes. M.D. LXXXIII., [1583] Details: • Collation: 130 leaves o Signatures: A-Q8, R4 o Lacking only one leaf A6; leaves C, C2, C5, C6 misbound but included • References: USTC 6531; • Binding: Leather; tight & secure • Language: French • Size: ~6.5in X 4.5in (16.5cm x 12cm) • Extremely rare with the only other examples for sale worldwide at over $6,000 Our Guarantee: Very Fast. Very Safe. Free Shipping Worldwide. Customer satisfaction is our priority! Notify us with 7 days of receiving, and we will offer a full refund without reservation! 1568 Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         A Declaration of the fauourable dealing of her Maiesties Commissioners appointed for the Examination of certaine Traitours, and of tortures vniustly reported to be done vpon them for matters of religion. S.T.C. 4901

      London: Printed by Christopher Barker, 1583. Modern card covers, a trifle spotted, printed paper label, light browning, else sound with good margins; the Taussig copy The tract complementing Cecil's "Execution of Justice", further seeking to justify the torture of the Jesuit, Edward Campion, defending why it was used, how it was reluctantly undertaken, and then only mildy administered--all "to strain credulity

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         De morbis puerorum Tractatus locupletissimi... Ex ore Excellentissimi Hieronymi Mercurialis Foroliviensis Medici clarissimi diligenter excepti, atque in Libros tres digesti: Opera Iohannis Chrosczieyoioskii...

      4to (cm. 22,6), 8 cc.nn., 107 cc.., 1 c.nn. (bianca) (segue) Idem, De venenis et morbis venenosis Tractatus locupletissimi... Ex voce excellentissimi Hieronymi Mercurialis Forolivien. Medici clarissimi diligenter excepti, atque in Libros duos sigesti: Opera Alberti Stheligij..., Ibidem 1584, 4 cc.nn., 44 cc. (segue), Gavasseti Michele, Gavassetii Michaelis nivellariensis philosophi et medici... Libri duo . Alter Natura cauterij & eius accidentibus. Alter de praeludijs anatomicis seu totius artis medica fundamentis..., Venetiis apud Paulum Meietum 1584, 12 cc.nn., 77 (i.e. 78) cc. Legatura ‘700 in piena pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto su tassello dipinto al dorso (bruniture e timbro scurito al dorso). Nel complesso ottimo esemplare con freschi interni. Pregevole raccolta di tre rari scritti in prima edizione. Durling, 3099, 3105 e 2029.

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         De rerum natura libri VI

      Apud haeredes A. Wecheli 1583 - Cm 17 x 10.5, legatura successiva in mezza pelle con piatti marmorizzati, tassello con titoli in oro al dorso a 4 scomparti,marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio, abrasioni cerniere, marginali bruniture, testo latino, pg 68,884,(196) 1 volume cm 17 x 10.5, half-leather binding with marbled covers, letter piece with gilt titles to the 4 ribbed back, engraved printer’s mark to the frontispiece , break to the hinges, marginal browning, Latin text, pp 8, 884, (196) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         De morbis puerorum Tractatus locupletissimi. Ex ore Excellentissimi Hieronymi Mercurialis Foroliviensis Medici clarissimi diligenter excepti, atque in Libros tres digesti: Opera Iohannis Chrosczieyoioskii.

      Apud Paulum Meietum, Venetiis 1583 - Legatura 700 in piena pergamena rigida con titolo manoscritto su tassello dipinto al dorso (bruniture e timbro scurito al dorso). Nel complesso ottimo esemplare con freschi interni. Pregevole raccolta di tre rari scritti in prima edizione. Durling, 3099, 3105 e 2029. 4to (cm. 22,6), 8 cc.nn., 107 cc., 1 c.nn. (bianca) (segue) Idem, De venenis et morbis venenosis Tractatus locupletissimi. Ex voce excellentissimi Hieronymi Mercurialis Forolivien. Medici clarissimi diligenter excepti, atque in Libros duos sigesti: Opera Alberti Stheligij., Ibidem 1584, 4 cc.nn., 44 cc. (segue), Gavasseti Michele, Gavassetii Michaelis nivellariensis philosophi et medici. Libri duo . Alter Natura cauterij & eius accidentibus. Alter de praeludijs anatomicis seu totius artis medica fundamentis., Venetiis apud Paulum Meietum 1584, 12 cc.nn., 77 (i.e. 78) cc. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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         Hortorvm Viridariorvmque elegantes

      1583. VREDEMAN DE VRIES, Hans. Hortorvm Viridariorvmque elegantes & multiplicis formae...delineatae a Iohanne Vredmanno Frisio. Contents include engraved title with and architectural border followed by 28 engraved plates by Philips Galle after Hans Vredeman de Vries. Antwerp: Philips Galle, 1583. BOUND AFTER: VITRUVIUS POLLIO, Marcus. Vitruuius Des aller namhafftigisten vnnd Hocherfarnesten Romischen architecti unnd Kunstreichen Werck oder Bawmaysters. Zehen Bucher von der Architektur und kunstlichem Bawen. Ein Schlussel und einleytung aller Mathematischen vnnd Mechanischen Kunst... Erstmals verteutschtunnd in Truck verordnet durch Gualtherum Rivium. [36], dclxxxii, [2] pp. Illustrated throughout with 190 woodcuts in text, plus woodcut printer's device at the end. Folio, 320 x 205 mm, bound in German vellum dated 1605, gilt embossed coat-of- arms of the German family vom Hagen, the initials C[hristoph] V[om] H[agen] with 1605 below on the front cover. Basel: Henricpetri, 1575.A sammelband of two important illustrated works on architecture, landscape design and perspective, bound in a contemporaneous binding from a Noble German family. Ad1: First edition for both suites. Hans Vredeman de Vries' book Hortorvm Viridariorvmque elegantes... is considered to be the first book which presents a group of garden projects in the Renaissance style. Vredeman de Vries (ca. 1527-1606) was a much celebrated Dutch architect and draughtsman whose model books and works on perspective disseminated the new artistic innovations of Renaissance Italy to Northern Europe.Plates numbered 1-8 second issue with engraved numbers. Plates numbered 1-20 with engraved captions: Dorica (plates 1-6); Ionica (plates 7-13); Corinthia (plates 14-20).Ad2: Second Edition of the first German translation of Vitruvius (First Edition, Nuremberg, 1548).Translated by Walter Hermann Ryff. Trained as an apothecary, Ryff, who called himself "surgeon" or "doctor" in his over 200 recorded works, largely compilations of medical and or pharmaceutical texts, was one of the most important agents for the spread of scientific knowledge in the 16th century. Apart from the actual architecture, the work also deals with many technology related objects, water and thermal springs, mill technology, grain grinders as well as measuring instruments and sundials among others. The marvelous woodcuts, are tentatively attributed to the engravers Peter Flötner, Hans Brosamer, and Virgil Solis; their sources include the 1521 Como edition of Vitruvius.Some marginal water staining, binding a little soiled, overall a very good, broad margined handsome copy.PROVENANCE: Christoph Vom Hagen, with initials and coat-of-arms stamped on front cover. Front paste-down with mounted engraved book-label Zur Gräfl. vom Hagen'schen Majorats-Bibliothek Möckern gehörig. Title-leaf verso with release stamp of the ULB Sachsen Anhalt. Ad1. Not in Fowler. Berlin Katalog 3390. Millard III, Northern, 137 (first edition with 20 plates). Hollstein, Dutch and Flemish Etchings XLVIII, 2, 508-515 and 470-490. Ad2. Fowler 412. Benzing, Ryff 186. Berlin Katalog 1811.

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         S. Francesco riceve le simmate

      1583 - Bulino, 1583 circa, priva di data e firma. Unico stato. Bella prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, con margini, in ottimo stato di conservazione. La datazione proposta per questa incisione di Agostino, oscilla tra il 1581, suggerito da Bodmer, e il 1583, proposto da De Grazia. Casali-Calvesi la datano al 1582. In effetti, il paesaggio corrisponde sommariamente a quello degli Apostoli, eseguiti nel 1583, così come il volto del Santo di Assisi è affine per stile alle stesse figure. Engraving, about 1583, without date and signature. Good work, printed on contemporary laid paper, with margins, perfect conditions. The date proposed for this work, oscillates between 1581, suggested by Bodmer, and 1583, proposed by De Grazia. Casali-Calvesi date it to 1582. In fact, the landscape corresponds roughly to that of the Apostles, executed in 1583, as well as the face of the Saint from Assisi is similar in style to the same figures. Bodmer, p. 138; Calvesi-Casale, 53; Le Blanc 57; De Grazia, p. 133 n. 124 Dimensioni 87 116mm

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         LA HISTORIA D'ITALIA DIVISA IN VENTI LIBRI. Riscontrata con tutti gli altri Historici, & Auttori, che dell'istesse cose habbiano scritto, per Thomaso Porcacchi, da Castiglione Arretino.

      Vinegia, presso Giorgio Angelieri, 1583. In-8 p. (mm. 207x135), 2 parti in 1 vol., p. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. ms. al dorso, 8 cc.nn., 9 cc.num. (relative al “Giudicio.. di questa Historia”, con autonomo frontesp.), 1 c.b., 38 cc.nn. (Indici e la vita dell'A.), 488 cc.num.; 112 cc.num. La seconda parte contiene “"gli ultimi quattro libri"”. Marca tipografica xilografata ai due frontespizi, testo ornato da grandi capilettera, pure inc. su legno. “.. Con un Giudicio fatto dal medesimo (Porcacchi), per discoprir tutte le bellezze di questa Historia: & una Raccolta di tutte le Sententie sparse per l'Opera.. Aggiuntovi la Vita dell'Auttore, scritta da M. Remigio Fiorentino”. Pregevole edizione veneziana, curata dal Porcacchi, del capolavoro della storiografia rinascimentale, la cui narrazione corre dalla calata in Italia di Carlo VIII sino al sacco di Roma (1527) e alla caduta della Repubblica Fiorentina (1530). Seconda edizione impressa dall'Angelieri (dopo quella del 1574). Cfr. Adams,G-1514 - Gamba,563 (in Nota): “Avvertasi che il ‘Giudizio sulla storia' dal Porcacchi promesso nel frontispizio, trovasi impresso a parte, ed in carattere più grosso”. Leggerm. rifilato, con uniformi arross. più o meno lievi solo su alc. carte, altrimenti buon esemplare.

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         Germani Audeberti Aurelii Venetiae ad Sereniss. Ac. Sapientiss. Venetiarum. Principem Nicolaum Deponte et Illustriss. Atq. Prudentiss. Senatores. Patriciosq. Venetos.

      Venetiis, Apud Aldum, 1583, plein vélin de l'époque (taché), titre manuscrit à la plume à l'envers, au bas du dos. -Mouillure sur la majorité des ff. - in-4 de (16)-181 pp. Edition originale.Renouard, Alde, p. 233 n° 6.Germain Audebert est né à Orléans vers 1520. Il prit le chemin de l'Italie en 1539 pour y séjourner plusieurs années. De retour à Orléans, il y cultiva les lettres en "humaniste des plus distingués" et entretint des relations avec "une foule d'érudits et de beaux esprits." (Picot)."En 1574, c'est au tour de son fils, Nicolas, de faire le pèlerinage humaniste qui consiste à parcourir l'Italie [ ]. Le jeune Nicolas emporte avec lui de longs fragments des trois poèmes composés par son père sur Venise, Rome et Naples. On entrevoit ici que la fonction des poèmes de Germain lors du voyage de Nicolas est de fournir à ce dernier un moyen d'entrer en contact direct " avec les hommes doctes les plus renommés" en leur soumettant un texte qui bien souvent leur renvoie une image flatteuse d'eux-mêmes." (Le poète et son œuvre, Actes du colloque de Valenciennes, 1999, pp. 85-86)."Son premier ouvrage, qui est consacré à la louange de Venise, est le plus important. Le poème, divisé en trois chants, contient une description exacte, et parois même très minutieuse, de la ville des doges. Son histoire, sa construction, ses poissons et ses coquillages, ses monuments, ses palais, ses trésors, ses gondoles, ses théâtres et ses foires attirent successivement l'attention de l'auteur. Germain rappelle avec reconnaissance l'accueil bienveillant qu'il reçut de Guillaume Pellicier, qui dirigea de 1539 à 1543 l'ambassade de France. Grâce à lui, il put monter sur le Bucintoro un jour de grande fête. Le poète n'oublie pas les grands hommes de Venise. Il cite particulièrement Pietro Bembo, Andrea Navagero, Gio. Battista Cipelli, dit Egnazio, qu'il avait entendu lui-même parler avec éloquence, Ermolao Barbaro, Gasparo Contarini, Domenico Venler, enfin et surtout Paolo Manuzio. [ ]Germain Audebert pria l'ambassadeur de Venise en France, Lorenzo Priuli, qui retournait auprès de la Seigneurie, [de faire, de son ouvrage] hommage au grand Conseil. La présentation eut lieu le 31 mars 1583, et les Vénitiens furent si charmés du poème qu'ils décidèrent, le jour même, de donner à l'auteur le titre de chevalier, plus une chaîne d'or, du prix de 200 écus, et une médaille de Saint Marc. Il fut arrêté, en même temps, que l'ouvrage serait imprimé à 400 exemplaires aux frais de la République. Il parut en effet en 1583." (Emile Picot, Les Français italianisants du XVI siècle, II-p. 157).

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         Lvcerna inqvisitorvm haereticae pravitatis R.P.F. Bernardi Comensis Ordinis Praedicatorum: Et eiusdem Tractatus de Strigibus. Cum annotationibus Francisci Pegnae . Additi svnt in hac impressione duo Tractatus Ioannis Gersoni, vnus de Protestatione circa materiam fidei, alter de signis pertinaciae haereticae prauitatis.- Venetiis: Apud Marcum Antonium Zalterium, MDXCVI [1596] (Colofón: Venetiis: apud Marcum Antonium zalterium, MDXCVI). [Sigue] Locati, Umberto: Praxis ivdiciaria inqvisitorvm F. Vmberti Locata Placentini, Episcopi Balneoregiensis Ord. Praedic. Sacrae Theologiae professoris, ex diuersis eiusdem sacrae theologiae, ac I.V.D. collecta. His accesserunt quaedam Sancti Officij decreta, ac formulae quaedam eorum, quae in ipso S. Offic

      Venetiis: Apud Damianum Zenarium 1583 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 2 obras encuadernadas juntas.- 4º (224x162mm.).- Lucerna.: [8], 184, [28].; sign. ?4, A-Z4, a-b4, c6; marca tipográfica en portada, motto 'Nil durum indigestum'; apostillas margunales; colofón.- Praxis.: [48], 527, [1] p.; sign. a-c8, A-Kk8; marca tipográfica en portada, rodeada por el lema 'Virtuti sic cedit invidia'; apostillas marginales.- // Encuadernación de época en pergamino; lomo rotulado con los título. Guarda delantera abierta con los nervios despegados del plano delantero; sello anterior propietario en plano delantero; algunos cuadernos de la segunda obra levemente tostados. Ejemplar limpio, sin subrayados ni anotaciones, con amplios márgenes.- // Proc.: Sello estampillado de anterior propietario, 'Manuel Murtrá', en plano delantero, portada y útlimo folio de ambas obras, así como en fol. 1 de la primera.- // Refs.: Lucerna.: Caillet, I, 2523; .- Praxis.: .- // Lucerna InquisitorumUna de las consecuencias del Concilio de Trento en la órbita mediterránea fue la persecución de los focos protestantes de España y de Italia. De tan feroz y ejecutiva que fue como tribunal de defensa de la pureza de la fe en esos espacios, muy pronto tuvo que reorientar parte de su trabajo volviendo a dirigirlo contra la magia y la brujería, como había hecho entre finales del s. XV y principios del XVI. A facilitar este cambio contribuyó la obra editorial del teólogo dominico aragonés Francisco Peña, célebre desde que en 1578 editase en Roma, con comentarios, rescatándolo del original manuscrito del s. XIV, el 'Directorium Inquisitorum' del dominico catalán Nicolás de Eymeric(1). Tras la edición del 'Directorium', Peña preparó otra docena de obras recuperando textos referidos al oficio y a los procesos inquisitoriales, acompañándolos siempre, aunque el nunca actuase de inquisidor, de notas y comentarios orientados a perfeccionar las prácticas inquisitoriales y su documentación procesal(2). Una de esas publicaciones fue la antología que viene encuadernada en primer lugar en este volumen, con ediciones en Roma, 1584, y Venecia, 1596 -la que ofrecemos-, en la que recogió dos obras del dominico Bernardo Rategna y dos textos breves de Jean Gerson. De Rategna, la 'Lucerna inquisitorum', la 'Linterna para los inquisidores', y el 'Tractatus de Strigibus', el 'Tratado sobre las estirges', seres mitologicos de quienes se decía que chupaban la sangre(3). De Gerson, su protesta en materia de fe y los signos de la herejía. La elección de los textos de Rategna se debía sin duda a su carácter pragmático, a la ayuda que suponían para la práctica profesional de los inquisidores, puesto que la 'Lucerna inquisitorum' es un genuino manual actuación procesal ordenado por entradas alfabéticas y el 'Tratado sobre las estirges' una guía para poder reconocerlas. La elección de los textos de Gerson, en cambio, tenía más que ver con el soporte filosófico para justificar la existencia y la actividad de la Inquisición aunque ello supusiera una traición al pensamiento original. A fin de cuentas, una de las contribuciones teológicas fundamentales de Gerson (junto a la defensa de los concilios frente a los papas y a las órdenes religiosas) se centró en el 'arte' del reconocimiento de los espíritus, el discernimiento de si un pensamiento religioso sostenido era o no ortodoxo, entre lo que se incluía también la diferencia entre mística y posesión o embrujamiento. Praxis iudiciaria inquisitorumLa segunda de las obras encuadernadas en este volumen es la 'Praxis iudiciaria inquisitorum' del dominico Umberto Locati, preparada después de su resignación como obispo y que, de tan meticulosa acerca de cómo debe procederse en un juicio de la inquisición, fue elogia [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Trois livres de charmes, sorcelages ou enchantemens esquels toutes les espèces & causes des charmes sont méthodiquement descrites et doctement expliquées selon l'opinion tant des philosophes que des théologiens, avec les vrais contre-poisons pour rabattre les impostures et illusions des daemons: et par mesme moyen les vaines bourdes qu'on met en avant touchant les causes de la puissance des sorcelleries y sont clairement réfutées. Mis en François par Julian Baudon, Angevin. Avec une ample table des principales matières.

      Paris, chez Nicolas Chesneau, 1583, pet. in 8°, de 8 ff.n.ch. 553 pp. et 35 ff. de table, pl. vélin souple époque, petit manque de vélin à deux coins, et mouillure claire sinon bel exemplaire. La seule édition française de cet ouvrage rarissime sur la sorcellerie et la démonologie. C'est l'un des plus importants au 16e siècle consacrés à la sorcellerie. L'auteur définit la fascination, ressort de la magie, comme "une qualité pernicieuse induite par l'art des démons...". Il propose des amulettes et des préservatifs contre les impostures et illusions des démons. ¶ L'exemplaire décrit par Dorbon était incomplet n°5022 - Caillet n°10965 - Guaita n°1037 - Bibliothèque Bechtel n°385 (exemplaire très abîmé de la biblioth. de Maurice Garçon.) - Yve-Plessis n°1003 - Biblioth. Guaïta n°1036 (ex. de l'abbé Sepher)

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         DISPUTATIONUM ADVERSUS GENTES libri septem.

      De Licentia Superiorum: Romae, Ex Typographia Dominici Basae, M D LXXXIII. (a la fin: Romae Excudebat Franciscus Zannettus 1583), 1583, - in-8vo, (19.5x14 cm), 8 ff. + 255 p. + 21 p. n.n. (Index), titre avec grande vignette gravée, taches d?eau, qqs lettrines gravées sur bois, ex libris M.F. Théremin Pasteur, page de garde avec notice ms. sur l?auteur. Sur titre: tampon ovale ?Fs Theremin Pasteur? (XIXè) et manuscr. ?D. R. Bridellus? (XVIè), parchemin d?époque, dos noirci, charnière int. au verso fendu (montrant des bouts de manuscrit ancien à l?intérieur). Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Adams 1997.

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         Regententaffell Darinnen Wolgegründeter Christlicher Bericht Von der Obrigkeit Standt, Namen, Ampt, Glück, Tugenden, Lastern, Nutz, Schaden, Belohnung und Straffen.

      Leipzig, Grosse, 1583. - Folio, circa 32,5 x 22,5. 28 Bll., 799, 174 SS., 33 Bll., mit 1 Wappenholzschnitt im Text und grosser Druckermarke am Schluss, Titel in Rot und Schwarz Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt., vorne mit figürlicher Platte (Potrait August Kurfürst von Sachsen), hinten Wappen "VD16 S 4514; Goed II, 364; ADB XXXIII, 150f. Erste Ausgabe dieses umfangreichen Werkes, in dem der protestantische Dichter Schuward das Wesen und Wirken der Regenten erklärt. Die Liste der Quellen zu Beginn ist sehr eindrucksvoll und tatsächlich werden einige Hundert Autoren zitiert mit Aussagen darüber, wie ein Herrscher sein sollte, wie er oft tatsächlich ist, wie es ihm und seinen Untertanen gut oder schlecht ergehen kann und wie er entsprechend enden könnte etc. Interessanterweise nimmt das Kapitel über die Laster der Regenten den weitaus grössten Teil ein, wobei nicht nur die Untaten der römischen Caesaren aufgezählt, sondern auch lange Listen neuzeitlicher Korruption aufgeführt werden. Schliesslich folgen Kataloge mit Herrschaftsabfolgen sortiert nach verschiedenen Ländern. "Die Regententafel zählt z. B. 48 biblische Ehrentitel und 46 Laster der Obrigkeit auf, bringt aber auch nützliche historische und geographische Uebersichten." (ADB). - Hübscher Prägeband, vorne mit Portrait des Kurfürsten August von Sachsen. Deckel kaum sichtbar hinterlegt, Vorsätze erneuert, äusserlich kaum merkliche Restaurierungen. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, wenige Lagen stärker, etwas fleckig, zu Beginn und am Ende etwas knittrig in den Rändern, insgesamt aber gut erhalten und in hübschem, dekorativem Einband. " [Attributes: First Edition]

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         Mausoleo di Adriano

      1583 - Bulino, 1583, datato in lastra in basso a destra; con l’indirizzo di Claudio Duchetti. Esemplare nel primo stato di quattro descritto da Huelsen. Magnifca prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, leggere pieghe di carta, in ottime condizioni. Nel 1583 Claudio Duchetti pubblica questa ricostruzione del Mausoleo di Adriano, basata sull’illustrazione contenuta a pagina 6 nel libro di Antonio Labacco "Libro appartenente all’architettura", pubblicato a Roma nel 1559. La lunga iscrizione nel margine fornisce un’affermazione interessante, e cioè che l’imponente pigna di bronzo, oggi nel cortile del Belvedere, ma allora collocato nell’atrio della Basilica di San Pietro, originariamente si trovava proprio sulla sommità del mausoleo, come mostra la ricostruzione. L’incisione è inserita nello Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae. Engraving, 1583, dated in the lower margin, with name of editor Claudio Duchetti. Magnificient work on contemporary laid paper, thin margins, in excellent condition. In 1583 Claudio Duchetti published a reconstruction of the Tomb of Hadrian, based upon the illustration on page 6 in Antonio Labacco’s "Libro appartenente all’architettura", published in Rome in 1559. The anonymous print is inscribed with a long text below, with an interesting claim: the large bronze pine code then located in the atrium of Old St Peter’s, today in Belvedere, was originally located, as is shown in the print, on the summit of the structure. The engraving in included in Speculum Romanae Magnificentiae. Huelsen, n. 128 a/d; Witcombe, p. 326. Dimensioni 370 430mm

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         LOffice et Aucthoritie de Iustices de Peace, in part Collect per le Treseuerende, Iudge, Mounsieur A. Fitzherbert, et Ore Enlarge per Richard Crompton, un Apprentice de le Common Ley, & publie Ian du Grace, 1583

      Imprinted at London: by Richard Tottill, 1583. Poor. [26], 206 leaves. 18cm. Lacks binding. Stitching gone so virtually all leaves are unbound. Extensive gnawing in lower left corner somehow stopping just short of loss of text. Portion of one other leaf lacking with significant loss of text. Former owner's name partially trimmed at top of title-page. Now preserved in a folding cloth portfolio which is neatly contained in a brown cloth clamshell box with a plain title label on its backstrip.

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         La Noua Scientia di Nicolò Tartaglia, con una gionta al terzo libro. (Legato con:) Id., Il primo (ottauo) libro delli quesiti, et inuentioni diuerse de Nicolo Tartaglia. (e con:) Id., Regola generale di solevare ogni fondata Naue e nauilii con Ragione

      Appresso Camillo Castelli - Curzio Troiano Navò, 1583. Tre opere in 1 volume in 4°. Legatura in pergamena dell'epoca (cuffia inferiore restaurata). Comprende: I) La Nova Scientia, pp. (4), 34, frontespizio inciso raffigurante le allegorie delle discipline matematiche. Opera che tratta di balistica, Tartaglia fu il primo a porne le fondamenta e a trattarla geometricamente. Cfr. Riccardi, 497. II) Il primo (ottauo) libro delli quesiti, et inuentioni diuerse de Nicolo Tartaglia. Cc. 5-94. Titolo ricavato dall'intitolazione, le prime 4 cc. risultano mancanti anche nelle copie descritte dai principali cataloghi. III) Regola generale di soleuare ogni fondata naue & nauilii con ragione. Cc. (32). Con due tavole ripiegate alla fine del trattato. Sulla pagina del titolo illustrazione raffigurante un vascello semiaffondato. L'opera illustra il metodo inventato dal Tartaglia per recuperare le navi affondate, e tratta anche della fisica dei corpi, del loro peso specifico e galleggiamento. Cfr. Adams, T-187; Choix 7856; Riccardi, 504. Alla fine marca tipografica e colophon. In tutte e tre le opere numerose illustrazioni xilografiche.

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         Statuta Civitatis Novariae

      Novariae, In Aedibus Francisci Sesalli 1583 - In-folio, mm 300x210, pp. (16), 240, 28 di indice, bel frontespizio in rosso e in nero con grande xilografia a tre quarti di pagina con fregi, fiorami, immagine di San Gaudenzio e stemma municipale. Legatura in cartonato muto, genuino e  ben conservato, solo il frontespizio abilmento restaurato al margine esterno e all'angolo superiore; ultime 9 carte con tracce minuscole di tarlo all'angolo inferiore, diventano più grandi alle ultime 4 carte; molte interessanti annotazioni manoscritte ai margini del testo, qualche leggera gora e piccole macchie all'interno, ma esemplare fresco e genuino. Piuttosto rara editio princeps degli statuti novaresi. Cfr. Biblioteca del Senato, V, p. 71: "Questa edizione è la prima, in ordine di tempo, che riporti il testo della conferma dei cinque libri da parte del Duca di Milano Francesco Sforza; e nella quale sia dato migliore ordine ai capitoli". [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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         Concordia alter unnd newer, guter, auch böser Glaubens strittiger lehren verglichne beschreibung mit fridgiriger bitt und vermanung mann wölle forthin die fromen Ludgerischen und dergleichen Christimenschen unverdambt lassen Ir schonen auch irer Evangelischen Lehr leben löblich nachfolgend dem glauben zufaln und nur in Concordieren.

      Mchn., Berg 1583.. 8°. 10 nn. Bll., 257 num. Bll., 1 Bl. Mit 6 (dav. 4 wdh.) gr. Holzschnitten. Mod. HLdr. über alte Holzdeckel. Mit 2 intakten Schließen. 2 Bll. aus der Vorrede verbunden. 4 Bll. (93-96) fehlen, letztes Bl. durch Kopie ersetzt. Tit. u. Holzschn. (verso), erste u. letzte Bll. wurmstichig m. unterl. Rissen, 1 Bl. einger. Bautz XIV, 1299ff.; VD16 N118 - Erste Ausgabe der gegen Nigrinus gerichteten Streitschrift, "welche, wie kaum ein anderes seiner Werke, die ungemeine Belesenheit des Verfassers bekundet, aber in einem milderen u. versöhnlicheren Tone geschrieben ist" (ADB XXIII, 260). - Johannes Nas [Nasi] (Bamberg 1534-1590 Brixen), Franziskaner, Weihbischof in Brixen, zunächst Schneider. In seiner Jugend begeisterte er sich für Martin Luther. Nachdem er jedoch die "Nachfolge Christi" studiert hatte, konvertierte er, wurde katholisch (1552) und trat in das Franziskanerkloster in München ein. Nach seiner Priesterweihe im Jahr 1557 übersiedelte er 1559 in das Kloster in Ingolstadt. In Rom war er als Prediger vom Papst und von den Kardinälen sehr geschätzt. Der Papst schenkte ihm den Titel: "Sedis apostolicae concinator". Ferdinand II berief ihn nach Innsbruck, wo er die Nachfolge des Petrus Canisius Hofprediger wurde. Als solcher geriet "der wortgewaltige und streitsüchtige Franziskaner" (J. Gelmi) schnell mit den Jesuiten in Streit. Trotz allem erwarb sich N. für die Errichtung der Tiroler Franziskanerprovinz große Verdienste. Bald darauf wurde er (1580) Weihbischof in Brixen. Auch da gab es Streit um ihn: 1583 brach ein offener Konflikt aus mit dem Brixner Generalvikar Adam von Arz. Nach kurzem Aufenthalt in Lambach in Oberösterreich kam N. 1586 wieder nach Brixen. Lapidar umreisst Gelmi die Persönlichkeit des N.: "N. war begabt, aber exzentrisch und an vielen Konflikten durch seine grobe Art selbst schuld. Er erwarb sich um die Erneuerung der Tiroler Kirche große Verdienste." (S. 494). Sein Grab findet sich in der Hofkirche zu Innsbruck. - Die Holzschnitte zeigen Kämpfe der Truppen von den Türmen Babylons und des himmlischen Jerusalems gegen apokalyptische Drachen und Ungeheuer.

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         Tractatus de differentiis et curatione febrium ac de sanguinis missione r EDITION ORIGINALE

      Venetiis |(Venise): apud Felicem Valgrisium, 1583. Fine. apud Felicem Valgrisium, Venetiis (Venise) 1583, in- (16x11,5cm), (16) 76f., relié. - First edition. Not in Brunet or other French catalogues. Not in French National Library's Italian catalogue either. Modern vellum, flaps. 8vo, (16) 76 ll.A treatise on different types of fever (hectic, erratic, ?plague-like) and - what's more unusual - on the circulation of the blood. William Harvey gave a full description of the circulation of blood in 1628; this treatise thus comes in the wake of, and at the time of, the great discoveries on the blood. Galen placed the origin of blood in the liver and this view was not challenged before the 16th century. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition originale. Absent à Brunet et dans les catalogues français. BN nationale italienne idem. Reliure en plein vélin moderne à rabats. Un Vol. in 8 de (16) 76 f. Traité des différents types de fièvre (hectique, erratique, pestilentielle?) et chose plus rare de la circulation du sang. C'est en 1628 que William Harvey fera de la circulation sanguine une description complète, ce traité se situe donc dans le sillage et l'époque des grandes découvertes concernant le sang. Gallien avait situé l'origine du sang dans le foie et on ne verra pas autrement avant les remises en cause du XVIe siècle.

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         Sexti Pompei Festi De verborum significatione fragmentum. Ex vetustissimo exemplari Bibliothecae Farnesianae descriptum. Schedae quae Festi fragmento detractae apud Pomponium Laetum extabant. Ex bibliotheca Fulvi Ursini. Notae in Sex. Pompei Festi fragmentum, schedas & epitomam.

      (Genève), apud Petrum Santandreanum, 1583. 8vo. (1),196,(18),62 p. Vellum 17 cm (Ref: 1 GLN 3005; Schweiger 2,354, Smitskamp 60) (Details: Six thongs laced through the joints. Printer's mark on the title. Veritas printer's device on the title: a woman, the naked truth, seated on a cubus, holding a radiant sun in her right hand; in her left hand she holds an opened book and a palm leaf; her feet rest on the globe; the garland of fruit which surrounds her shows a ribbon with the text in Greek: Alêtheia Pandamatôr, i.e. Allmighty Truth). (Condition: Vellum partly soiled. Right margin of title slightly thumbed; title slightly browning) (Note: Festus is a 2nd century grammarian, who produced an abbreviation of a lexicographic work by Marcus Verrius Flaccus, a wellknown antiquarian and grammarian living in Augustan Rome. Verrius compiled an enormous lexicon in 80 books, full of unusual, difficult, and archaic words, with discussions about customs, political institutions, belief and Roman law. Remains of his work survive in the epitome of 20 books made by Sextus Pompeius Festus. Festus also added examples found in other sources; the original work of Verrius is completely lost, and only 1 manuscript of Festus survived the Middle Ages in an heavily mutilated form. The first reliable text, which was a great improvement compared to earlier editions was published in 1559 by Antonio Agustin, 1517-1586, who made good use of the Farnese manuscript at Naples, and aimed at reconstructing the text in a strict alphabetical order from A to V, with the help of other Medieval epitomes of Festus. GLN 15-16 states that this edition is a reissue of an edition published in 1581 in Rome. According to Smitskamp 60 Fulvius Ursinus simply reproduces Scaliger's edition without mentioning his name. In the praefatio to the 62 pages with learned notes the reader is assured that this edition (of 1583) is a faithful transcription of the sole surviving MS of Festus) (Collation: A-N8, O4; A-C8, D8 (minus leaf D8) (Photographs on request)

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         EUROPAE

      Anversa 1583 - Rara carta dell'Europa disegnata e incisa da Philippe Galle per la prima edizione del suo Spieghel der Werelt, tascabile, il primo atlante tascabile, edito nel 1577 in lingua olandese. La mappa, sostanzialmente basata su quella grande edita nel Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius, rispetto alla quale è più aggiornata e ricca nella toponomastica, presenta numerosi elementi decorativi, quali navi e mostri marini. A differenza delle altre carte dell'Epitome, questas mappa ha un formato più largo. La lastra fu utilizzata solo per poche edizioni dell'opera, di qui la sua rarità. Esemplare tratto dalla seconda edizione in lingua francese de Le Miroir du Monde. Le Miroir du Monde è l’edizione in lingua francese in prosa dello Spieghel der Werelt, il primo atlante tascabile pubblicato nel 1577, in lingua olandese, da Philip Galle, con testo in rima curato da Peeter Heyns, e stampato dalla tipografia Plantin. Lo Spieghel der Werelt era una versione ridotta del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius. Le lastre, quasi tutte derivate dal Theatrum, furono disegnate e incise da Philip Galle. Due anni dopo, nel 1579, fu data alle stampe l’edizione in lingua francese in prosa, perché Heyns non aveva avuto il tempo necessario per la resa in versi, col titolo Le Miroir du Monde. Il successo di questa edizione francese, è provato proprio dalla seconda edizione pubblicata a soli 4 anni di distanza, nel 1583. Complessivamente Galle pubblicò 5 edizioni in lingua francese, di cui solo le prime due con il titolo Le Miroir du Monde; a partire dal 1588, e così per le edizioni del 1590 e del 1598, il titolo dell’opera fu modificato in Epitome du thétre du Monde d’Abraham Ortelius, e il nome di Peeter Heyns non figurò più sul frontespizio. Rispetto alla prima edizione del 1579, che conteneva 72 mappe, la seconda edizione fu aumentata di 11 nuove mappe, per un totale di 83 tavole. Dal 1577 al 1598, Galle & Heyns pubblicarono ben 11 edizione, di cui l’ultima – edita nell’anno della morte di Ortelius – conteneva ben 123 mappe. A fine example of that uncommon map of all Europe, designed and engraved by Philippe Galle for the first edition of Spieghel der Werelt, the first modern pocket-atlas, based on Abraham Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, published in 1577. This map appeared in only a handful of editions of the miniature atlas, consequently is quite rare. Europe map published by Galle is larger that the other maps in the atlas. Numerous decorative features including ships, sea-monsters and so on can be seen in elaborate design. This example was published in the second French edition of ‘Le Miroir du Monde’, published by Galle & Heyns in 1583, printed by Plantin. Le Miror du Monde is the French transaltion of the Duch poems Spieghel der Werelt, the first modern pocket-atlas, published by Philip Galle with text by Peeter Heyns in 1577, based on Abraham Ortelius’ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. The maps were drawn and engraved by Galle. Two years later, in 1579, Galle & Heyns published the first French edition: Heyns translated the Dutch poems into French prose because he did not find time to put them into rhyme. This French edition became very popular and in 1583 an amplified reprint appeared. Galle & Heyns published 5 French edition, two with the title Miroir, and three (1588, 1590, 1598) with the title Epitome du thétre du Monde d’Abraham Ortelius, that appeared from 1588 onwards (Peeter Heyns’ name no longer figures on the title pages of the Antwerp editions). Second French edition of this rare miniature atlas, "enlarged with eleven maps. six are double sized" (Koeman p. 275). Compared to the first edition of 1579, which contained 72 maps, the second edition was increased by 11 new maps, for a total of 83 plates. Between 1577 & 1598 Galle issued 11 editions, all printed by Christopher Plantin. Dimensioni 217 161mm [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         Ritratto di Johannes Stradanus

      1583 - Bulino, circa 1583, firmato in lastra in basso. Da un disegno di Jan van der Straet detto Stradano. Esemplare di secondo stato, con l’aggiunta delle scritte. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame ed applicata per un lato su antico supporto di collezione, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Il Goltzius incide tre differenti ritratti dell’artista fiammingo; questa lastra, incisa nel 1583 è la più antica delle tre, ed è ispirata da un disegno di Stradano da cui il Goltzius prende in prestito anche le figure allegoriche, come documenta un disegno oggi conservato agli Uffizi di Firenze. Le tre donne della cornice ornamentale rappresentano le allegorie dell’architettura, della pittura e del disegno. Bellissimo esemplare di questo suggestivo ritratto. Engraving, 1583 circa, signed on lower plate. After a drawing by Jan van der Straet, also known as Stradano. Example in the second state, with some writings added. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed to platemark and laid on collector’s paper, in excellent condition. Goltzius engraved three different portraits of the Flemish artist; this plate is the oldest and derives from a drawing of Stradano with whom Goltzius had business relations. The three women in the decorative frame depict the allegories of architecture, painting and drawing. Beautiful example of a striking portrait. TIB pp.193/194, 187 II/II; Baroni Vannucci pp. 442/443, 790.1; Strauss 181; Holllstein 217. Dimensioni 130x205. 1500 Dimensioni 130 205mm [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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         Plumbinum

      Anversa 1583 - Veduta tratta dal "Mediceae Familiare rerum feliciter gestarum Victoriae et Triumphi. Elegantissimis iconibus a Johanne Stradano Flandro, artificiosissimo penicillo delineata & à Philippo Gallaeo in aes incisa ed edita 1583". I lavori, tratti dai disegni dello STRADANO, tuttavia portano date differenti e secondo Hirschmann le incisioni del Goltzius (autore assieme al Galle delle opere) sono databili al 1578. La serie è composta da tre parti: questa opera è tratta dal "D. Caroli V. Caesaris et Illustriss. Cosmae Medices. Gestae", che raffigura le battaglie vittoriose di Carlo V e Cosimo dei Medici su Piero Strozzi, 1553/1554. Secondo lo Strauss (che elenca le opere di Goltzius) sono nel primo stato di due o di tre. Incisione in rame, piccoli margini, leggere abrasioni, strappo di carta restaurato,nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Rara. Dimensioni 295 220mm

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         Cyprus Insula

      Anversa 1583 - Mappa tratta dalla seconda edizione in lingua francese de Le Miroir du Monde Le Miroir du Monde è l’edizione in lingua francese in prosa dello Spieghel der Werelt, il primo atlante tascabile pubblicato nel 1577, in lingua olandese, da Philip Galle, con testo in rima curato da Peeter Heyns, e stampato dalla tipografia Plantin. Lo Spieghel der Werelt era una versione ridotta del Theatrum Orbis Terrarum di Ortelius. Le lastre, quasi tutte derivate dal Theatrum, furono disegnate e incise da Philip Galle. Due anni dopo, nel 1579, fu data alle stampe l’edizione in lingua francese in prosa, perché Heyns non aveva avuto il tempo necessario per la resa in versi, col titolo Le Miroir du Monde. Il successo di questa edizione francese, è provato proprio dalla seconda edizione pubblicata a soli 4 anni di distanza, nel 1583. Complessivamente Galle pubblicò 5 edizioni in lingua francese, di cui solo le prime due con il titolo Le Miroir du Monde; a partire dal 1588, e così per le edizioni del 1590 e del 1598, il titolo dell’opera fu modificato in Epitome du thétre du Monde d’Abraham Ortelius, e il nome di Peeter Heyns non figurò più sul frontespizio. Rispetto alla prima edizione del 1579, che conteneva 72 mappe, la seconda edizione fu aumentata di 11 nuove mappe, per un totale di 83 tavole. Dal 1577 al 1598, Galle & Heyns pubblicarono ben 11 edizione, di cui l’ultima – edita nell’anno della morte di Ortelius – conteneva ben 123 mappe. Map published taken from the second French edition of ‘Le Miroir du Monde’, published by Galle & Heyns in 1583, printed by Plantin. Le Miror du Monde is the French transaltion of the Duch poems Spieghel der Werelt, the first modern pocket-atlas, published by Philip Galle with text by Peeter Heyns in 1577, based on Abraham Ortelius’ Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. The maps were drawn and engraved by Galle. Two years later, in 1579, Galle & Heyns published the first French edition: Heyns translated the Dutch poems into French prose because he did not find time to put them into rhyme. This French edition became very popular and in 1583 an amplified reprint appeared. Galle & Heyns published 5 French edition, two with the title Miroir, and three (1588, 1590, 1598) with the title Epitome du thétre du Monde d’Abraham Ortelius, that appeared from 1588 onwards (Peeter Heyns’ name no longer figures on the title pages of the Antwerp editions). Second French edition of this rare miniature atlas, "enlarged with eleven maps. six are double sized" (Koeman p. 275). Compared to the first edition of 1579, which contained 72 maps, the second edition was increased by 11 new maps, for a total of 83 plates. Between 1577 & 1598 Galle issued 11 editions, all printed by Christopher Plantin. Koeman 331:12; Phillips 387 Dimensioni 110 80mm [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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         De rerum natura Libri VI. A Dion. Lambino monstrolinensi . oli locis innumeralibibus ex auctoritate quinque codicum manuscriptorum amendati . cum lisdem commentarils, plus quart parte auctis .

      apud hæredes Andreæ Wecheli, 1583. LXVIII+883 pages pp. The fourth Lambin edition, printer's woodvut device on title. Bound in a contemporary full vellum with old handwritten titel on spine. , very good condition. Book cleen inside , with smal hole in titelleaf and rest of small old note, first pages with loss of corners in lover margin and smal foxinf and minimal hole. 17051004

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         A DEFENSE OF THE SINCERE AND TRUE TRANSLATIONS OF THE HOLIE SCRIPTURES INTO THE ENGLISH TONG, AGAINST THE MANIFOLDE CAUILS, FRIUOLOUS QUARELS, AND IMPUDENT SLAUNDERS OF GREGORIE MARTIN, ONE OF THE READERS OF POPISH DIUINITIE IN THE TRAYTEROUS SEMINARIE OF RHEMES

      London: Imprinted by Henrie Bynneman, for George Bishop, 1583. FIRST EDITION. Written as an obviously truculent repudiation, this book is a response to Gregory Martin's 1582 Rheims New Testament translation and "Discoverie of the Manifold Corruptions of the Holy Scriptures." It is one of several polemical treatises Fulke (1528-89) produced as spokesman against the Roman Catholic side during his active participation in the continuing religious controversy of the period. According to DNB, during the last decade of Fulke's life, "no year passed without the appearance of one or more books [by him] in defence of Protestantism, and in confutation of the church of Rome. His language was unmeasured, and even in that age, he was conspicuous for the virulence of his invective against his opponents. His learning was, however, extensive and sound, and he was an able master of controversy." The printer, Henry Bynneman (d. 1583) took up his trade as stationer in 1566, and prospered as printer and bookseller. His greatest work was the printing of Holinshed's "Chronicles" in 1577. The present book was printed in the last year of his life. This volume once resided in the fine library assembled by several generations of barons Harlech at their Shropshire estate, Brogyntyn. The inscription is likely in the hand of the fourth Lord Harlech, William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore (1885-1964), a bibliophile who served as president of the National Library of Wales in the 1950s. According to DNB, he "added many rare books" to the family collection. This is an uncommon work: just two other copies have appeared at auction since the 1980s, and virtually all copies are found in sad condition.. 170 x 105 mm. (6 3/4 x 4 1/4"). [6], 95, [1], 1-144, 147-514, 517-532, [4], 71 pp. (mispaginated as ESTC copy, but complete). FIRST EDITION. Late 19th century blue three-quarter morocco, raised bands, gilt titling. Title page with woodcut printer's device, woodcut headpieces, tailpieces, and initials. Printed sidenotes in Greek, Latin, Hebrew, and English. Front flyleaf with ink inscription of "Harlech / Brogyntyn." STC 11430; Lowndes I, 845; Sayle 1511. Spine uniformly darkened, one corner lightly rubbed, three gatherings a bit browned, one leaf with small hole (paper flaw) affecting a shoulder note, but a fine copy of a book almost never found like this, clean and crisp with ample margins in a binding with few signs of wear.Written as an obviously truculent repudiation, this book is a response to Gregory Martin's 1582 Rheims New Testament translation and "Discoverie of the Manifold Corruptions of the Holy Scriptures." It is one of several polemical treatises Fulke (1528-89) produced as spokesman against the Roman Catholic side during his active participation in the continuing religious controversy of the period. According to DNB, during the last decade of Fulke's life, "no year passed without the appearance of one or more books [by him] in defence of Protestantism, and in confutation of the church of Rome. His language was unmeasured, and even in that age, he was conspicuous for the virulence of his invective against his opponents. His learning was, however, extensive and sound, and he was an able master of controversy." The printer, Henry Bynneman (d. 1583) took up his trade as stationer in 1566, and prospered as printer and bookseller. His greatest work was the printing of Holinshed's "Chronicles" in 1577. The present book was printed in the last year of his life. This volume once resided in the fine library assembled by several generations of barons Harlech at their Shropshire estate, Brogyntyn. The inscription is likely in the hand of the fourth Lord Harlech, William George Arthur Ormsby-Gore (1885-1964), a bibliophile who served as president of the National Library of Wales in the 1950s. According to DNB, he "added many rare books" to the family collection. This is an uncommon work: just two other copies have appeared at auction since the 1980s, and virtually all copies are found in sad condition.

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        PASSAU., Prachtvolle Gesamtansicht mit 5 Kostümfiguren im Vordergrund, zwei Wappen im Himmel und gestochene Erklärungen in zwei Kartuschen.

      Altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1583, 36,5 x 50 cm. Lentner 9724. - Die klassische Ansicht in stimmungsvollem Altkolorit. BAYERN, Niederbayern

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