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        TRACTATUS DE USUFRUCTU / DE JURISDICTIONE TRACTATUS. Authore Helfrico Ulrico Hunnio, Jc.to et in Academia Giessena Professore publico & ordinario.

      Due testi latini raccolti in unico volume. La prima Opera è dedicata a Oligero Rosaecrantz, la seconda a Henricus Hilmarus Liborio. Cm.12,8x7,3. Pg.(24), 398, (10); (12), 340. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena semirigida, leggermente spiegazzata al piatto posteriore. Titoli manoscritti al dorso. Il giureconsulto Helfrich Ulrich Hunnius (Maburg, 1583 - 1636), fu avvocato e professore di diritto a Wittenberg, Darmastadt e Marburg. Figlio del celebre teologo luterano Aegidius e fratello di Nicolaus, nel 1630 si convertì al cattolicesimo.

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        D. Bernardi doctoris mellitissimi ac primi abbatis Claraevallensis Coenobii, opera, in duos tomos distincta. Quibus adiecimus eiusdem auctoris opuscula: quae, ut caetera eius scripta, coelestem, ac divinam sapiunt eruditione. Two volume set.

      Iuntas, Venice 1583 - Vellum soiled & with chip to spine of vol 1, yet still supple and firmly bound. ; 8vo ; 435; 505 pages

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        Le Tragedie di M. Gio. Battista Giraldi Cinthio, Nobile Ferrarese: cioe Orbecche, Altile, Didone, Antivalomeni, Cleopatra, Arrenopia, Evphimia, Epitia, Selene

      In Venetia: Appresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini, 1583. - Octavo. [xvi], 135, [i], 143, 157, [iii], 118, [ii], 127, [i], 142, [ii], 135, [i], 118, [ii], 149, [iii]pp. First edition. Italic letter, Cagnacini’s woodcut device on recto and woodcut portrait of author within ornate frame on verso of all title-pages, woodcut initials and ornaments. Contemporary vellum. With Cinthio's portrait on the verso of each title-page. BM STC Italian Books, p. 305; Gamba 1435 - 'e assai rare questa Raccolta;' Brunet II, 1607; Adams G715 (UL copy, parts 1-4 only).

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        FRANCISCVS DRAECK NOBILISSIMVS EQVES ANGLIÆ ANo ÆT SVE 43

      [London: Jodocus Hondius, ca. 1583, but printed later].. Engraved portrait, 15 3/4 x 12 1/4 inches. Matted and framed. A fine, black impression, expertly laid down on a larger sheet. Slight wear to upper edge. Very good and handsomely presented. This handsome and striking print is generally considered the finest contemporary portrait of Sir Francis Drake. It has been attributed as the work of the engraver, Hondius, since the 18th century, although Kraus and others suggest it might be the work of Remigius Hogenberg. Only two copies are known of the first state of the print. This is a copy of the second state, probably printed by George Vertue in the 18th century, from the original copper plate, which he altered by adding additional shading to the background. Drake is shown standing, holding a baton in one hand and a helmet in the other. He looks the viewer squarely in the eye. The mole on his nose and short-cropped hair testify to the trueness of the unidealized portrait. Behind him, by a window, hangs a globe. The caption below the portrait makes reference to the circumnavigation. The image forcefully conveys the appearance and personality of the man. A cornerstone for any Drake collection. Kraus used this portrait as the frontispiece for his book on Drake. KRAUS, DRAKE 55 (and frontispiece). Hind, ENGRAVING IN ENGLAND, p.159.

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        The Newe Testament of our Lord Iesus Christ, Translated out of Greeke by Theod. Beza. Whereunto are Adjoyned Large Expositions of the Phrases and Harde Places by the Authour and Others: Together with a Table or Concordance Conteining The Principall Wordes and Matters Comprehended Herein [bound with:] Sternhold, Thomas, et al [eds]. The Newe Testament of our Lord Iesus Christ, Translated out of Greeke by Theod. Beza. Whereunto are Adjoyned Large Expositions of the Phrases and Harde Places by the Authour and Others: Together with a Table or Concordance Conteining The Principall Wordes and Matters Comprehended Herein

      London: Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1583. [6], 322, [19] leaves; [12],136, [16] pp. Woodcut initials. Texts in black letter, that in the second work in double columns. 1 vols. 4to. Full 19th-century crushed levant, raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. by Jenkins & Cecil. Both titles within elaborate woodcut borders, with woodcut map on verso of ?8 and Royal Arms at conclusion of St. John. The first work wants the two preliminary blanks and the final blank. Joints rubbed, clearly washed at the time of binding, though with occasional light foxing and minor spotting remaining, a handful of small marginal repairs, lower margins of U2-3 in second work a bit frayed (with a few small chips not affecting text); generally a very good copy (if somewhat processed). The Geneva - Thomson text of the New Testament, revised by Thomson from the translation by Whittingham, Gilby, Sampson and others. First printed in 1576, Thomson's revision eventually became the final and most popular version of the Geneva text. The edition of the Psalms by Sternhold and Hopkins was first published in its complete form in 1562, and was frequently reprinted, often to be bound to accompany other editions of the Bible.

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        DELLE RIME, ET PROSE. Di nuouo con diligenza rivedute, corrette, & di vaghe figure adornate. Parte Prima ( - Seconda).

      presso Aldo 1583 In - 24 gr. (mm. 132x75), 2 parti in 2 tomi, p. pergam. antica (ma legat. diverse), bei frontespizi allegorici racchiusi entro cornice architettonica con piccola ancora aldina, molto ben illustrati da complessive 21 vignette nel t.; ornati da testatine, grandi capilettera e finalini, tutto inc. su legno. - Parte 1°: 12 cc.nn. (frontespizio, dedica a Francesco Melchiori e Tavola) seguite da: "Rime", 144 pp. - "Aminta", quindi un ?Discorso dell?amor vicendevole tra?l padre e?l figliuolo? e una ?Lettera al Duca d?Urbino?, 120 pp. - "Il Forno, overo della Nobiltà" (Dialogo), 171 pp., 10 cc.nn (Tavola) - ?Lettera, nella quale si paragona l?Italia alla Francia?, ?Il Romeo overo del giuoco? (Dialogo), ?Conclusioni amorose?, 66 pp., 1 c.nn. e 2 cc.b. - Parte 2°: 12 cc.nn. (frontespizio, dedica a Hercole Cato e tavola), seguite da: "Rime" (parte seconda) oltre a ?Tragedia non finita? e ?Lettione recitata nell?Accademia Ferrarese sopra il sonetto "Questa vita mortal" di Mons. dalla Casa?, 144 pp. - "Il Rinaldo", 276 pp., 18 cc.nn. (?Tavola de? principii di tutte le Stanze? e ?Tavola di tutti i nomi proprii?) - "Il Padre di famiglia" (Dialogo), 84 pp., 6 cc.nn. (Tavola). ?Come in tutti i canzonieri del Cinquecento, anche in quello del Tasso il fondo è petrarchesco, e alle liriche d'amore s'alternano quelle encomiastiche, d'occasione e religiose, con la solita varietà di metri: sonetti, canzoni, ottave, madrigali?. Questa edizione è la prima aldina illustrata da vignette silografate; ogni parte ha un dedicatario differente, e i canti dei vari poemi portano due Argomenti, in versi e in prosa. "Terza edizione" delle ?Rime? tassiane, pubblicate la prima volta da Aldo il Giovane nel 1581. Cfr. Renouard,7 p. 233: ?En imprimant cette nouvelle édition, un peu plus ample que celle de 1582, on en disposa les differentes parties de manière à pouvoir aussi les vendre séparément.. Elle paroit faite avec soin, et n?est pas commune? - Adams,II,p. 261 - Brunet,V, 664 - Graesse,VII, 32. Leggerm. corto del marg. super., altrimenti ben conservato.

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        The Newe Testament of our Lord Iesus Christ, Translated out of Greeke by Theod Beza Whereunto are Adjoyned Large Expositions of the Phrases and Harde Places by the Authour and Others: Together with a Table or Concordance Conteining The Principall Wordes and Matters Comprehended Herein [bound with:] Sternhold, Thomas, et al [eds] The Newe Testament of our Lord Iesus Christ, Translated out of Greeke by Theod Beza Whereunto are Adjoyned Large Expositions of the Phrases and Harde Places by the Authour and Others: Together with a Table or Concordance Conteining The Principall Wordes and Matters Comprehended Herein

      London: Christopher Barker, printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1583. [6], 322, [19] leaves; [12],136, [16] pp. Woodcut initials. Texts in black letter, that in the second work in double columns. 1 vols. 4to. Full 19th-century crushed levant, raised bands, gilt inner dentelles, a.e.g. by Jenkins & Cecil. Both titles within elaborate woodcut borders, with woodcut map on verso of ¶8 and Royal Arms at conclusion of St. John. The first work wants the two preliminary blanks and the final blank. Joints rubbed, clearly washed at the time of binding, though with occasional light foxing and minor spotting remaining, a handful of small marginal repairs, lower margins of U2-3 in second work a bit frayed (with a few small chips not affecting text); generally a very good copy (if somewhat processed). [6], 322, [19] leaves; [12],136, [16] pp. Woodcut initials. Texts in black letter, that in the second work in double columns. 1 vols. 4to. The Geneva - Thomson text of the New Testament, revised by Thomson from the translation by Whittingham, Gilby, Sampson and others. First printed in 1576, Thomson's revision eventually became the final and most popular version of the Geneva text. The edition of the Psalms by Sternhold and Hopkins was first published in its complete form in 1562, and was frequently reprinted, often to be bound to accompany other editions of the Bible.

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        Opus mathematicum octo libros complectens, innumeris propemodum figuris idealibus manuum et physiognomiae, aliisque adornatum, quorum sex priores libri absolutissimae cheiromantiae theoricam, praxim, doctrinam, artem, & experientiam verissimam continent

      apud Theodorum Baumium sub signo Arboris 1583 in folio, pp. (12), 624, (6), + 20 cc. bianche aggiunte probabilmente per eventuali annotazioni, leg. in p / pelle coeva con tit. e fregi in oro al ds. e nervi, marca tipogr. al front., al verso ritratto xilogr. dell?A. ripetuto in fine, circa 2000 inc. xilogr. n.t. illustranti la chiromanzia, la fisiognomia, l?astrologia, i segni zodiacali, ecc. Seconda ediz. (la prima è del 1562 del tutto identica) di uno dei più vasti e dettagliati trattati sulla Chiromanzia, Fisiognomia, Astrologia e Divinazione. L?A. (nato a Ath in Belgio nel 1509) fu un illustre matematico, fisico, filosofo, astrologo e musicista. Precettore alla corte di Carlo V°, seguì questo sovrano nella sua spedizione a Tunisi del 1535 in qualità di medico e musico. Percorse una parte dell?Asia e dell?Africa, insegnò matematica a Palermo, Roma e Ferrara e, in ultimo, fu maestro di musica presso l?arcivescovado di Colonia. Scrisse anche altre importanti opere sulla geometria e il magnetismo. Il suo interesse per le arti occulte si combina strettamente con la matematica e la tecnologia, mostrando in questa opera un serio tentativo di sperimentazione scientifica e facendo di lui un personaggio di riferimento nella storia della magia. Non si conosce l?anno della sua morte. Cfr.: Thorndike V, 581; Zinner 2296 - 3115; Adams T70; Wellcome 6214 (inc.); Caillet III, 10524; Sabattini 513: "edizione divenuta rara"; Gardner, Astrologia, 1213; Graesse, Magica, 100; Bibl. Magica Casanatense, 1160; Houzeau - Lancaster 4885; Poggendorf II, 1066; Thorndike V, pp. 580 - 588; Cantamessa 4398; Dorbon 4760 (cita una parziale ediz. del 1677): ?tres rare ouvrage?. Ottimo esempl.

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        DELLE RIME, ET PROSE Di nuouo con diligenza rivedute, corrette, & di vaghe figure adornate. Parte Prima (- Seconda).

      Venetia, presso Aldo, 1583. In-24 gr. (mm. 132x75), 2 parti in 2 tomi, p. pergam. antica (ma legat. diverse), bei frontespizi allegorici racchiusi entro cornice architettonica con piccola ancora aldina, molto ben illustrati da complessive 21 vignette nel t.; ornati da testatine, grandi capilettera e finalini, tutto inc. su legno. - Parte 1°: 12 cc.nn. (frontespizio, dedica a Francesco Melchiori e Tavola) seguite da: "Rime", 144 pp. - "Aminta", quindi un ?"Discorso dell?'amor vicendevole tra?'l padre e?'l figliuolo?" e una ?"Lettera al Duca d?'Urbino?", 120 pp. - "Il Forno, overo della Nobiltà" (Dialogo), 171 pp., 10 cc.nn (Tavola) - ?"Lettera, nella quale si paragona l?'Italia alla Francia?", ?"Il Romeo overo del giuoco?" (Dialogo), ?"Conclusioni amorose?", 66 pp., 1 c.nn. e 2 cc.b. - Parte 2°: 12 cc.nn. (frontespizio, dedica a Hercole Cato e tavola), seguite da: "Rime" (parte seconda) oltre a ?"Tragedia non finita?" e ?"Lettione recitata nell?'Accademia Ferrarese sopra il sonetto "Questa vita mortal" di Mons. dalla Casa?", 144 pp. - "Il Rinaldo", 276 pp., 18 cc.nn. (?"Tavola de?' principii di tutte le Stanze?" e ?"Tavola di tutti i nomi proprii?") - "Il Padre di famiglia" (Dialogo), 84 pp., 6 cc.nn. (Tavola). ?"Come in tutti i canzonieri del Cinquecento, anche in quello del Tasso il fondo è petrarchesco, e alle liriche d'amore s'alternano quelle encomiastiche, d'occasione e religiose, con la solita varietà di metri: sonetti, canzoni, ottave, madrigali?". Questa edizione è la prima aldina illustrata da vignette silografate; ogni parte ha un dedicatario differente, e i canti dei vari poemi portano due Argomenti, in versi e in prosa. "Terza edizione" delle ?"Rime?" tassiane, pubblicate la prima volta da Aldo il Giovane nel 1581. Cfr. Renouard,7 p. 233: ?"En imprimant cette nouvelle édition, un peu plus ample que celle de 1582, on en disposa les differentes parties de manière à pouvoir aussi les vendre séparément.. Elle paroit faite avec soin, et n?'est pas commune?" - Adams,II,p. 261 - Brunet,V, 664 - Graesse,VII, 32. Leggerm. corto del marg. super., altrimenti ben conservato.

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        Tractatus de differentiis et curatione febrium, ac de sanguinis missione, rei medicae studiosis valde utilis & accommodatus [microform] : nunc recens ad communem utilitatem excusus

      First Edition. Brunet and absent in French catalogs. Italian national BN ditto. Vellum modern full flaps. A Vol. in 8 (16) 76 f. Dealt with different types of fever (hectic, erratic, pestilential?) And more rare the blood circulation. It is in 1628 that William Harvey will bloodstream full description, this treaty is therefore in the wake and the age of discoveries regarding blood. Gallien had located the origin of the blood in the liver and will not be seen otherwise challenged before the sixteenth century. apud Felicem Valgrisium Venetiis (Venise) 1583 in 8 (16x11,5cm) (16) 76f. Un Vol. relié

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        Enchiridion medicum de cognoscendis curandisque tam externis, quam internis humani corporis morbis

      First Edition. Absent Brunet. Absent the BN of France and French catalogs. Vellum full time to recover back untitled traces of laces. Marginal foxing clear on the first 100 pages and the last 100. A Vol. small in 4 (18.7 x 13 cm) (16) 823 pp. (Table 39). Manual very comprehensive medicine and remedies Trincavelli (1496-1568), a physician and professor at Padua with Sylvius Montpellier opposed Gallien. The edition has been prepared by a professor of medicine in Sweden, Anders Christensen (1551-1606). The manual covers all infections, fractures and all organs, it is also composed of parts of purgatives and emetics. typis Oporinianis per Balthasarum Han & Hyeronimum Gemusaeum Basilae (Bâle) 1583 petit in 4 (18,7x13cm) (16) 823pp. (39). Un Vol. relié

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        Euphimia

      Rare and unique original edition, posthumously of this piece, which was composed around 1560 at colophon, a different address: Apresso Zanfretti Paulo. Printing in italics. A portrait of the author inset on the back of the first page in a rich framework. Dedication to Don Cesare d'Este. Brand of printer on the cover page. Brunet, II, 1607 Full glossy blond calf eighteenth. Smooth spine decorated with 5 small florets. Part of title in red morocco. triple fillet border on covers. Friction. Dos browned. Tragedy in verse written in five acts on the ancient model, with choir. Euphimia, daughter of the king of Corinth, wife Acharisto servant of her father when she is loved by Philone king of the Peloponnese. Her husband sacrificed his quest for power. Bookplate engraved nineteenth with a lawyer toque and motto: Nemini Servias sed legi. GF Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini In Venetia 1583 In 8 135pp. sig : A-H8 I4 relié

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        Della institution Morale. Ne quali egli levando le cose souerchie, & aggiugnendo molt importanti, ha emendato, & à miglior forma, & ordine ridotto tutto quello, che gia scrisse in sua giovanezza della institution dell'huomo nobile

      New edition after the original from Zilotti in 1560 Rare. Parchment full period. Spine ribbed Jansenist. Title pen. A wetness mid footer current and fading on the first 15 sheets. Alessandro Piccolimini (1508-1579) of Siena, was an important Italian Renaissance humanist, he was both an astronomer, mathematician and philosopher. His works on astronomy: Sfera del mondo delle stelle fisse, Speculazioni dei pianeti, remained very famous for offering the first reading of world stars. He also wrote comedies and translated many works of the ancients in his youth. Book proper humanistic philosophy, Della moral institution attempts to define the nature of man in his works, there will distinguish chapters on the social nature of man, on the pursuit of happiness, the nature of love, but also chapters on astrology, rhetoric, geography, astronomy, mechanics, like so many productions of human genius. One chapter deals specifically Passions war against reason. Francesco Ziletti In Venetia 1583 In 4 (14x20cm) (40) 559pp. relié

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        Edict du roy, pour le restablissement & attribution de l'ancienne juridiction des Eleuz, & augmentation de leurq gages [...] [Ensemble] Edict du roy, sur la suppression de la multiplicité des presidens, Eleus, Thresoriers & Officiers és generalitez [...] [Ensemble] Edict du roy, contenant le restablissement des pres idens, Esleuz, & autres Officiers, par cy devant supprimez

      According to the lien, first published in 1571, the second edition is in the first edition and the third was originally published in 1585. Velin period, reuse of a manuscript sheet. Straight folding edge. Folded corners in the first 23 sheets. First title page browned. Meeting three ordinances concerning election officers, who were responsible for collecting taxes, under Henry III. France was in fact divided into elections, ancestors of our departments, three orders reintroducing then remove and reintroduce again elected presidents and suggest that harvesting and admnistration taxes not yet taken for granted in the troubled times of the late Renaissance. Frédéric Morel A Paris 1584, 1588 In 12 (9,5x16,5cm) 27pp. (2) (1f. bc) , 34pp. , 15pp. relié

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        De re poetica. Libri septem

      Edition originale. Achevé d'imprimer la première fois le I. de septembre 1583. Les quatre premiers livres sont parus en 1565. Marques de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Plein Veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons. Plats ornés d'un médaillon central et d'un filet d'encadrement. Coiffe de tête et un coin restaurés par un amateur. La première page de garde, avant la page de titre, est manquante.Traité de poétique mêlant rhétorique, étude de l'homonymie, structure du vers, Règles de composition, études des poètes latins... Un dictionnaire de rimes et de vocabulaire poétique. Georgius Fabricius (1516-1571), né à Chemnitz, fut un érudit et un humaniste influent de son temps, un pédagogue, mais surtout un philologue réputé. On lui doit des éditions de poètes de l'Antiquité et des études sur l'Antiquité (qu'il étudia en Italie), notamment sur Rome, très recherchées. apus Hieronymum de Marnef & Gulielmi Cavellat. Parisiis (Paris) 1583 in 12 (8x12,5cm) 350ff. (16f.) relié

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        Parte Primera (Segunda, Tercera y Cuarta ) De La Introduction Del Symbolo De La Fe, En La Qual Se Trata De La Creación Del Mundo Para Venir Por Las Criaturas al Conocimiento Del Criador, y De Sus Divinas Perfecciones.

      Portada grabada con escudo cardenalicio - 9 hojas - 175 pp. y reverso = 212 pp. incluida portada grabada con escudo muy ornamentado - 2 hojas, con gran escudo grabado en la segunda = 150 pp. incluida portada grabada - 1 hoja con escudo grabado a plena página = y = 206 pp. y 2 hojas, en el reverso de la última grabado con la repetición del escudo a plena página. Completísimo y muy conservado ejemplar, solo a destacar antigua mancha de tinta en el margen superior blanco de los últimos folios. Y alguna pequeña mácula de envejecimiento en el papel, sin afectar para nada al texto. Muy correcta encuadernación del siglo XX a plena piel. Lomera con finos nervios y florones. Palau: 108155 - 6. =Primera edición del mismo año en Salamanca Size: 30,5 x 21,5 Cm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera in duos tomos distincta. Quibus adiecimus eiusdem auctoris opuscula: quae, ut caetera eius scripta, coelestem, ac divinam sapiunt eruditione

      apud Haeredes Sessae,, Venetiis, 1583 - Due volumi di cm. 22, cc. (75) 435 + 1 c.b.; 503. Leg. del tempo in piena perg. con tit. ms. al dorso. Sguardie rifatte. Esemplare ben conservato. Bernardo di Chiaravalle fu uno dei principali protagonisti delle vicende ecclesiastiche del XII secolo. In prima linea nel tentativo di sconfiggere le diverse eresie, Bernardo scrisse di diverse materie: doveri dei vescovi, ordini religiosi e militari, dottrine conciliari, sovranità del pontefice; utilizzando lo strumento dialettico divenne il vero e proprio baluardo dei valori tradizionali combattendo, fra l'altro, personaggi come Abelardo e Arnaldo da Brescia. Non in Adams.

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        Delle rime, et prose. Del S. Torquato Tassi, di nuovo con diligenza riuedute, corrette, & di vaghe Figure adornate.

      Presso Aldo,, Venedig, 1583 - Parte seconda + Aggiunta in 1 Bd. Venedig, Presso Aldo, 1583; 1585. 13,8x7,8 cm. 12 Bl., 144 S., 276 S., 18 Bl., 84 S., 6 Bl.; 12 Bl., 90 S. HLdr.-Bd. des 19. Jhdts. mit rotem Rückenschild. (Kanten etwas berieben. Untere Ecke etwas gestaucht. Erste 12 Bl. und im 2. Teil S. 97-145 einem schwachen Wasserfleck unten im Falz. 3. Teil mit einer Wurmspur im Seitenrand von S. 1-42. Sehr wenige Annotationen und Besitzvermerken von alter Hand). Sprache: Italienisch HLdr.-Bd. des 19. Jhdts. mit rotem Rückenschild. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Deipnosophistarum libri quindecim, variis omnium ferme rerum narrationibus jucundissimi, lectuque dignissimi, quanta maxima fieri potuit cura, diligentia, fide in latinum sermonem versi a Jacobo Dalechampio Cadomensi (d. i. Jacques Dalechamps)

      Lyon, (Jacques de Tournes für) Antoine de Harsy 1583.. Mit Druckermarke auf Titel. 22 Bll., 540 S., 40 Bll. (l. w.). Prgt. des 18. Jhdts. 33,7 x 21,2 cm. Hoffmann I, 398; Cartier 635; Pettegree-Walsby, French Books III, 54982. - "Das Werk handelt hauptsächlich von Gastronomie und enthält lange Dissertationen über Weine, Gemüse, Fische, Fleisch, Festmähler usw. ... Ein wichtiges Quellenwerk, das durch Zitate viele verlorengegangene antike Schriftsteller ersetzt. In Form von Tischgesprächen werden auch altgriechische Sitten, Literatur und Wissenschaft behandelt" (Horn-Arndt). Wir sind bis 12.01.2015 im Urlaub; der Versand kann erst nach unserer Rückkehr erfolgen. Wir bitten um Verständnis!

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        I CINQUE CANTI DI CAMILLO CAMILLI AGGIUNTI AL GOFFREDO DEL SIG. TORQUATO TASSO.

      appresso Francesco De Franceschi Senese 1583 Opera dedicata a Mattheo Senarega. Cm.20,5x15. Pg.(8), 58 (con numerazione solo al recto). Modesta legatura in piena pergamena rifatta, con nuovi fogli di guardia. Marca tipografica incisa al frontespizio. Capilettera e cartigli ornati. Alcuni aloni bruniti. Margine superiore ristretto. Con un sonetto di Francesco Melchiori dedicato a Torquato Tasso.

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        Rerum Vaticinijs accommodata historia. Das ist eine Hystorische Beschreibung oder Relation deß, so sich nit allain under dem jetzt Regierenden Khayser Rudolpho II. wegen hinlegung und abstellung der Niderländischen, Achische(n), un(d) Cölnischen empörung verloffen: sonder was sich auch zu disem Proposito dienstlich, under den vorhergeunden XXIIII. fürnembsten Potentaten der Welt zuegetragen hat, von anfang her ordenlich continuirt, biß auff nun ablauffendts Jar nach Christi Geburt 1584. Kölln, Godfrid von Kempen 1584. 8°. 8 Bll., 448 (i.e. 478) S., 1 Bl., mit 16 Textholzschnitten, blindgepr. Schweinsldrbd. d. Zt. über Holzdeckeln mit Rollen- u. Plattenstempel sowie 2 Schließen.

      . . VD 16 E 4786 - IA 167.061 - BM STC, German Books 293 - nicht in Adams.- Sehr seltene deutsche Ausgabe der wichtigsten Quellen zum Kölner Krieg. Der Anhang mit einem ausführlichen Abruck und Erklärung der Bannbulle Gregor XIII. gegen Gebhard, Truchseß zu Waldburg und Erzbischof von Köln.- Mit 8 kleinen Porträts und 8 Belagerungsansichten von Bedburg, Bonn, Godesberg, Königswinter, Poppelsorf, Unkel u.a. - Titel verso mit altem Besitzvermerk, Vorsätze mit Marginalien von alter Hand, leicht gebräunt u. gering braunfleckig, Ebd. gedunkelt, HDeckel etw. beschabt u. mit kl. ausgebesserten Fehlstellen, 1 Schließe mit Fehlstelle. # The rare German edition of this primary source on the Cologne War between the Archbishop of Cologne, Elector Gebhard Truchsess of Waldsburg and the Spanish and Bavarian troops between 1583 and 1588. Bound in cont. pigsking over wooden boards, 2 clasps (somewhat chafed, some damage to spine, dusted). - Old ownership-inscription to title, some cont. notes to fly-leaves, some mild browning and staining.

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        Ta sozomena. Juliani Imperatoris opera quae exstant omnia. A Petro Martinio Morentino ... emendata & aucta. His accesserunt Epistolae aliquot nondum prius editae ...

      Paris, Apud Dionysium Duvallium, 1583.. Editio princeps der Opera. 8vo. (1) Bl. Titel, S. 11-342, (4) Bl.; 112; (4) Bl., 54 S.; (4) Bl., 56 S. Zeitgenössischer Pergamentband mit einer Bordüre in Schwarzdruck auf den Deckeln und den Initialen PEF, der Rücken im 17. Jahrhundert erneuert, mit handschriftl. Rückentitel. Schönes Exemplar. - Adam J-418; BL/STC 247; Hoffmann II (1839), 492f.Die 4 Teile mit je eigenem Titelblatt. Inhalt: 1.) Misopogon und Epistolae. Hrsg. u. übersetzt von dem französischen Humanisten Pierre Martinius (1530-1594), die Manuskriptvorlage stammt von Petrus Ramus. Das Titelblatt gibt eine, wohl für eine Lage vorgesehene Lebensbeschreibung durch Martinius an, zu der es aber nicht gekommen ist - daher der Beginn der Einleitung zum Misopogon auf S. 11. 2.) Caesares. Übersetzt u. hrsg. von Charles de Chanteclair (gest. 1620), S. 103ff. mit seinen Anmerkungen. 3.) De regno, ebenfalls von Chanteclair hrsg. 4.) Hymnus in solem regem, hrsg. v. Theodorus Marcilius (1548-1617), einem in Paris lebenden Humanisten aus Arnheim, seine Adnotationes auf den S. 49ff. Die beiden letzten Texte erschienen in unserer Ausgabe ohne eine Übersetzung ins Lateinische. Am Rande: Auf welche Widerstände die versuchte Revitalisierung des Sonnenkultes durch Julianus gestoßen sein muß, verdeutlicht der, wenn auch überzogene, Bericht des Claudius Mamertinus zur Situation unter Julians alle paganen Religionen eisern bekämpfenden Vorgänger Constantinus II.: Seeleute und Bauern hielten sich mit ihren Händen die Augen zu, um tagsüber die Sonne, nachts die Gestirne nicht sehen zu müssen - eine ziemliche Lebenserschwerniss. Neuerdings zu Julian von höchster Stelle.: Benedikt XVI., Deus Caritas est, Abschnitt 24..

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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 II,354, Smitskamp 60) (Details: Six thongs laced through covers; printer's mark on title; Veritas printer's device on 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 D8) (Photographs on request)

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        De bello Coloniensi libri quattuor Hoc est, rerum ab electione Gebhardi Truchsesii in Archiepiscopum Coloniensem, usque ad recuperatam ab Ernesto, Duce Bavariae eius successore, Westphaliam, tota dioecesi gestarum, vera & succincta narratio Köln, Godfried van Kempen, (1584) Mit Titelvignette u 9 Stadtansichten (ca 6,5 : 7 cm) in Holzschnitt 8 (st 12) Bl, 463 (recte 466) S, 6 Bl - Angebunden: Arnold Meshov Supplementum de bello Coloniensi S 500-524 der Ausgabe Köln 1620 Zus in braunem Kalblederband um 1780 mit schönen farbigen Vorsatzpapieren in Modeldruck; Deckel lose, Rücken stärker beschabt, Rückenschild abgeplatzt

      - VD16 I591. - Seltene, zeitgenössische Darstellung des sog. Truchsessischen oder Kölner Kriegs (1583-88) aus katholischer Sicht. Der Krieg war durch die Konversion des Kölner Kardinals und Erzbischofs Gebhard v. Waldberg-Trauchburg zum protestantischen Glauben ausgelöst worden, da dieser aus dem katholischen Erzbistum ein erbliches protestantisches Fürstentum machen wollte. Das Domkapitel setzte ihn daraufhin ab und wählte Ernst v. Bayern zum Nachfolger. Die folgenden Kämpfe um die Herrschaft wurden nunmehr zwischen bayerischen und spanischen Truppen auf der einen Seite und kurkölnischen und niederländischen auf der anderen mit großer Härte ausgefochten. Der "Kölner Krieg" wird heute als Vorläufer und quasi als Muster des "Dreissigjährigen Kriegs" gesehen. Die im Band enthaltenen Ansichten sind verkleinerte Kopien der Hogenbergischen "Geschichtsblätter" und zeigen: Hülchrath, Unkel, Deutz, Königswinter, Poppelsdorf, Godesberg, Bonn, Bedburg und Burg a.d. Lissel. - Titelblatt mit Besitzeintrag des Bonner Professors Josef Vitalian Lomberg (1739-1805): "J.V. Lomberg, Canonicus et Professor Academiae Bonnensis". Er ließ das Buch vermutlich um 1780 binden. Dagegen stammen die Unterstreichungen sowie einige Anmerkungen in Tinte wohl von dem Autor der 1650 datierten längeren Nachbemerkung am Schluss. - S. 1/2 mit Randausschnitt (ca. 3 : 3 cm) mit etw. Textverlust. Titelblatt etw. angeschmutzt u. mit kl. Eckabriss, S. 245/246 mit kl. Einriss (Papierfehler?). Das Schlussblatt ist mit dem ersten Blatt des beigebundenen Supplements verklebt worden. Dadurch wurde das Impressum abgedeckt, eigentlicher Text ging dadurch nicht verloren. Bei den Vorstücken fehlen 4 Blatt (Lobgedichte auf den Autor von Joh. Benning u.a.). Das "Supplement" etw. stärker stockfleckig u. mit Eckabriss (etw. Textverlust) bei S. 523/524.

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        De fascino libri tres, in quibus omnes fascini species et causae optima methodo describuntur...

      Paris, Nicolaus Chesneau, 1583,. 4to. Mit Druckermarke u. mehreren figürl. Initialen in Holzschnitt. 6 Bl., 275 S., 16 Bl. Ldr. (um 1700) m. rotem RSchild., goldgeprägt. Deckel, Stehkantenvergoldung u. punziertem Ornament im dreiseitigen Goldschnitt. Marmorierte Vorsatzpapiere.. Graesse BMP 42. - Erste Ausgabe. - Seltene Schrift über Hexerei, Zauberei u. Dämonen des späteren Bischofs von Pozzuoli Leonardo Vairo (gest. 1603). - "He defines "fascinum" as "a pernicious quality induced by art of demons because of tacit or express pact of men with the same demons." In his last chapter Vairus treats of safeguards and amulets against the impostures and illustions of demons." (Thorndike VI, 528). - Einband bes. an Kanten u. Gelenken berieben. Kl. Exlibris im Innendeckel. Stempel u. Nr. auf 2 w. Bl. vor sowie auf d. Titel, verso weiteres Exlibris. Einige Tintenmarginalien v. alter Hd. zur Korrektur des Textes. Hellerer Fleck an Oberkante, stellenweise kl. Braunflecke, meist im Rande.

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        Gesamtansicht mit der Belagerung durch Truchsessische Truppen i.J. 1583; im Hgr. Linz am Rhein ('Onckel - Lints').

      . Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, 1583, 19,5 x 27,5. Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 246. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        LUCUBRATIONES IN IUS MUNICIPALE QUAE APPELLANT STATUTA MEDIOLANI In quibus quaestiones, quae passim in foro emergunt foeliciter explicantur. Ad omnium fere statutorum, quae ubique vigent declarationem, per quàm utiles. Et ex iuris communis, et legum sanctionibus interpraetationem fumentes, iudicia exercentibus

      Mediolani, apud Paulum Gottardum Pontium, 1583-1588. In-4 p. (mm. 290x196), 2 parti in 2 voll. con relativi Indici, mz. pergam. con ang. ottocentesca, dorso a cordoni con fregi e tit. oro su due tasselli. - Primo volume: 26 cc.nn. (incluso il frontesp.), 512 cc.num. + 95 cc.nn. (incluso il frontesp.) di ?""Index" locuplentissimus a Martiale Ruglerio de Arcidosso senense auctoris scriba confectus?". Mediolani, ex Officina Typographica J.B. Colonij, 1588 (manca 1 c.b. all?'inizio). I due frontespizi portano silografato il ritratto del Carpanus in medaglione. - Secondo volume: ?"Horati Carpani iurisconsulti in alteram partem iuris municipalis mediolanensis, quae novissima dicitur, absolutissima commentaria?". Mediolani, P.G.Pontium, MDLXXXV, 7 cc.nn., 249 cc.num. (manca ultima c.b.) + 73 cc.nn. di ?""Index" locupletissimus rerum omnium scitu dignarum, quae continentur secundo volumine Commentariorum in Statuta Mediolani,.. a Io. Baptista Ceronetto Mediolanensi causidico, et notario ad publicam studiosorum utilitatem, succisivis horis additus?". Mediolani, I.B. Colonium, 1586 (manca 1 c.b. all?'inizio). Il primo frontesp. porta silografato il ritratto del Carpanus in medaglione. "Prima edizione". Cfr. Argelati,I, p. II, pag. 323 - Fontana,II, pag. 187 - Cat. Hoepli,608 - Predari, pag. 83. Solo II vol. con alone margin. sulle prime 7 cc.nn. e sull?'Indice, altrimenti esempl. ben conservato.

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        DE LA POLITICA OVERO SCIENZA CIVILE SECONDO LA DOTTRINA D'ARISTOTILE

      VENETIA: PRESSO GIO. BATTISTA SOMASCHO, 1583. In 8. Dim. 23x17 cm. Pp. (12)+260. Rara edizione originale del 1583 di questa opera filosofica dell'umanista, platonista senese Felice Figliucci (Alessio in religione) (1518-1595). Il Figliucci studiò filosofia neoplatonica conciliata con l'aristotelismo secondo gli insegnamenti di Ficino e Pico della Mirandola. A differenza degli altri commentatori italiani le cui opere erano scritte in latino, Figliucci scriveva in italiano in quanto consdierava la sua amata "lingua toscana" per nulla inferiore a quella latina. L'opera è un commento alla Politica di Aristotele. Bella marca editoriale al frontespizio: Centauro con arco nella mano sinistra, feretra a tracolla e serpente attorno al braccio destro. Motto: Viribus iungenda sapientia Opera collazionata e risultata completa. Bella legatura in piena pergamena settecentesca in ottime condizioni. Copertina settecentesca in piena pergamena con titolo in oro al dorso in ottime condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e piccole parti mancanti al dorso. Legatura in buone condizioni. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con fioriture. Strappo e buchino a pag. 195 con piccola perdita di testo. Segno di tarlo al margine di piegatura da pag. 219 a 237 e da 250 a 257 senza perdita di testo. Gora d'umidità da pag. 203 fino alla fine. Scarce original edition of 1583 of this phylosophycal work by the humanist and platonist from Siena Felice Figliucci (Alessio in religion) (1518-1595). Figliucci studied neoplatonic phylosophy conciliated wtih aristotelism according to teachings of Ficino and Pico della Mirandola. Differently from the other italian commentators who wrote their works in latina language, Figliucci wrote in italian language since he considered his beloved "tuscan language" no longer inferior than latin language. The work is a comment to the Politics of Aristotle. Beautiful editorial mark in the title page. Collationed complete work. Beautiful full parchment cover of the XVIII century with golden title in the spine. Full parchment cover of the XVIII century with golden title in the spine in very good general conditions slightly worn in the edges with little misisng parts in the spine. Binding in good conditions. Inside pages are in good conditions with foxings. Tear and little hole in pag. 195 with little loss of text. Worming in the folding edge from pag. 219 until 237 and from 250 until 257 with no los sof text. Humidity stain from pag. 203 until the end.

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        LE TRAGEDIE

      In Venetia, appresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini 1583. In-24 gr. (mm. 145x99), 9 opere in 1 vol., mz. pelle ottocentesca, filetti e tit. oro al dorso (lievi abras.), 7 cc.nn. (frontespizio con al verso il ritratto dell?'A., dedica di Celso Giraldi al Duca di Ferrara e Avviso ai Lettori), 1 c.b. Seguono le 9 tragedie, ciascuna con proprio frontespizio (al verso figura sempre il ritratto dell?'A.) e con propria numeraz.; testo ornato da bei capilettera figurati e finalini inc. su legno: 1° - "Orbecche", di nuovo ristampata, e ricorretta. Con l?'aggionta di VIII Tragedie dell?'istesso Autore e non più ristampate, pp. 135 (in fine: in Venetia, appresso Paulo Zanfretti, MDLXXXIII) 2° - "Altile", pp. 144 3° - "Didone", pp. 157, 1 c.b.; da p. 129 è contenuta una lunga lettera del Giraldi in difesa di questa tragedia, indirizzata a Hercole II da Este, Duca Quarto di Ferrara 4° - "Gli Antivalomeni", pp. 118, 1 c.nn. (con ?"In Venetia, appresso Nicolò Moretti, 1583)?" 5° - "Cleopatra", pp. 127 6° - "Arrenopia", pp. 142, 1 c.b. 7° - "Euphimia", pp. 135 (in fine: in Venetia, appresso Paulo Zanfretti, MDLXXXIII) 8° - "Epitia", pp. 118, 1 c.nn. (con ?"In Venetia, appresso Nicolò Moretti, 1583?") 9° - "Selene", pp. 149 (in fine: in Venetia, appresso Paulo Zanfretti, MDLXXXIII). Cfr. Adams,I, p. 489 cita un esempl. delle prime 4 (su 9) tragedie - Gamba,1435: ?"E?' assai rara questa Raccolta?" - Choix de Olschki, XIII, 21457: "Giraldi l'auteur des "Hecatomiti" (raccolta di novelle) est un des plus importants auteurs du "cinquecento" italien". Leggerm. corto del marg. sup., due timbri al primo frontesp., con lievi uniformi arross. interc. nel t. ma certam. un buon esemplare. "Il ferrarese Giambattista Giraldi Cintio (o Cinzio) (1504-1573), scrittore immaginoso e moraleggiante, seppe conciliare classicità e moralismo nell?'imitazione di Seneca. Da questa conciliazione nacquero le sue nove tragedie, prima fra tutte e più celebre l?'?"Orbecche?" in cui la catarsi era raggiunta mediante l?'orrore e la pietà cristiana di casi atrocissimi.. La sua importanza consiste soprattutto nel fatto che egli fu il primo dei nostri letterati cinquecenteschi a lavorare assiduamente per il teatro e a riavvicinare con le sue opere il pubblico italiano alla scena tragica da secoli deserta". Così Diz. Autori Bompiani,II, p. 84. .

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        Les Plaisirs du Gentilhomme Champestre [with] Les Plaisirs de la Vie Rustique [&] Les Plaisirs de la Vie Rustique et Solitaire [&] Les Quatrains du Seigneur de Pybrac...Avec Les Plaisirs de la Vie Rustique

      Paris: Pierre le Voirrier for Lucas Breyer, 1583. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Contemporary vellum, soiled, one corner repaired, binding coming away from the spine at the rear, front endpaper rumpled, first few pages slightly soiled with slight wear at the edges, bump to the upper right corner early on, slight browning occasionally but overall quite fresh. Guy du Faur's Plaisirs de la Vie Rustique appeared in 1574 and was a sensation, provoking a number of imitators, the chief of which are collected here in first or early editions, all published by Pierre le Voirrier for the widow of Lucas Breyer. Four volumes bound as one, each with a separate title page. 36; (12); 28, (2); 33, (2) leaves. Historiated initials throughout and one full page emblem with notes around it in an early hand. Brunet III 734/35.Though inspired by Roman models, especially Horace, these French romanticization of the rural life were almost entirely novel, and blended ruminations on the love of nature, solitude and the pastoral with deep appreciation of cultivated landscapes. Binet's has a number of references to angling, including a long poem (likely by his brother) titled La Truite and dedicated to Ronsard. Though these were reprinted frequently over the following century, all early editions are rare and the first editions especially so. Size: Octavo (8vo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Fishing & Hunting. Inventory No: 044739.

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        De bello Coloniensi libri quattuor. Hoc est, rerum ab electione Gebhardi Truchsesii in Archiepiscopum Coloniensem, usque ad recuperatam ab Ernesto, Duce Bavariae eius successore, Westphaliam, tota dioecesi gestarum, vera & succincta narratio. Köln, Godfried van Kempen, (1584). Mit Titelvignette u. 9 Stadtansichten (ca. 6,5 : 7 cm) in Holzschnitt. 8 (st. 12) Bl., 463 (recte 466) S., 6 Bl. - Angebunden: Arnold Meshov. Supplementum ... de bello Coloniensi. S. 500-524 der Ausgabe Köln 1620. Zus. in braunem Kalblederband um 1780 mit schönen farbigen Vorsatzpapieren in Modeldruck; Deckel lose, Rücken stärker beschabt, Rückenschild abgeplatzt.

      . . VD16 I591. - Seltene, zeitgenössische Darstellung des sog. Truchsessischen oder Kölner Kriegs (1583-88) aus katholischer Sicht. Der Krieg war durch die Konversion des Kölner Kardinals und Erzbischofs Gebhard v. Waldberg-Trauchburg zum protestantischen Glauben ausgelöst worden, da dieser aus dem katholischen Erzbistum ein erbliches protestantisches Fürstentum machen wollte. Das Domkapitel setzte ihn daraufhin ab und wählte Ernst v. Bayern zum Nachfolger. Die folgenden Kämpfe um die Herrschaft wurden nunmehr zwischen bayerischen und spanischen Truppen auf der einen Seite und kurkölnischen und niederländischen auf der anderen mit großer Härte ausgefochten. Der "Kölner Krieg" wird heute als Vorläufer und quasi als Muster des "Dreissigjährigen Kriegs" gesehen. Die im Band enthaltenen Ansichten sind verkleinerte Kopien der Hogenbergischen "Geschichtsblätter" und zeigen: Hülchrath, Unkel, Deutz, Königswinter, Poppelsdorf, Godesberg, Bonn, Bedburg und Burg a.d. Lissel. - Titelblatt mit Besitzeintrag des Bonner Professors Josef Vitalian Lomberg (1739-1805): "J.V. Lomberg, Canonicus et Professor Academiae Bonnensis". Er ließ das Buch vermutlich um 1780 binden. Dagegen stammen die Unterstreichungen sowie einige Anmerkungen in Tinte wohl von dem Autor der 1650 datierten längeren Nachbemerkung am Schluss. - S. 1/2 mit Randausschnitt (ca. 3 : 3 cm) mit etw. Textverlust. Titelblatt etw. angeschmutzt u. mit kl. Eckabriss, S. 245/246 mit kl. Einriss (Papierfehler?). Das Schlussblatt ist mit dem ersten Blatt des beigebundenen Supplements verklebt worden. Dadurch wurde das Impressum abgedeckt, eigentlicher Text ging dadurch nicht verloren. Bei den Vorstücken fehlen 4 Blatt (Lobgedichte auf den Autor von Joh. Benning u.a.). Das "Supplement" etw. stärker stockfleckig u. mit Eckabriss (etw. Textverlust) bei S. 523/524. ** Bestellungen bis 14 Uhr versenden wir am selben Tag. - Schweizer Postkonto vorhanden. **

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        Dello Specchio di Scientia Universale. Dell'eccell. Dottore, et Caualier M. Leonardo Fiorauanti Bolognese

      Venice: Marchio Sessa, 1583. (xxxii); ff 360. Title with Sessa's "cat-and-mouse" device on the title which is soiled has the near contemporary ownership inscription of "W. Heydon." Printed in italic. A4 & I7 small tears in margins not affecting the text. Seventeenth century sprinkled calf with morocco label and extra gilt within compartments on the spine which is slightly chipped, hinges slightly cracked. A good copy of a fascinating and scarce work; the first part treats of the liberal arts and mechanics, the second of science and the ancient philosophers, the third of inventions. Included are chapters on alchemy, agriculture, medicine and surgery, distillation, instruments, the philosopher's stone, and many other diverse subjects. Not in Duveen; Ferguson, I, 278 (other editions). New, enlarged edition. Very Good. 8vo.. Book.

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        Loci Communes Similium et Dissimilium, Ex Omni Propemodum Antiquitate, Tam Sacra Quam Prophana.artium Studiosis Omnibus Accessura Est.cum Indice Locorum.

      Apud Marcum Antonium Zalterium et Michaelem Zanettum, Venetiis 1583 - [Tipografia-Raro] (cm. 17,3) ottima piena pergamena originale, con tracce di lacci e unghie. Cuffia e un angolino ben restaurati.-- cc. 12 nn., cc. 573. Elegante carattere rotondo e corsivo. Opera vasta e ricca di erudizione più volte ristampata. Manca ad Adams e Bm. Stc. e a molta bibliografia consultata. E' la prima di due uniche edizioni (1583-1584) stampate da Zaltieri Marcantonio in società con Zanetti Michele. Pastorello "Tipografi a Venezia" n° 471/1, appunto conosce 2 sole edizioni dei due in società e Ascarelli-Menato "Tipografia del 500" p. 397 accenna a questa breve società fra i due tipografi. Circa la marca tipografica al frontis, è sempre uno struzzo, ma diversa da quella riprodotta da Zappella fig. 1149 e da Ascarelli-Menato fig. 515, si tratta di una variante non nota. Qualche lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare bello, nitido e genuino. al frontis antico ex libris manoscritto: ".di Fr. Giuseppe della pieve di S. Stefano." (Arezzo) e alla sguardia in grafia coeva: "Usu F. Franc. brunetti Biturgensis Minor. conv." (di Sansepolcro).[f46] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Tenures du monsieur Littleton, ouesque certein cases addes per auters de puisne temps, queux cases vous troueres signes . . . Et cy un foits pluis admotes al request des gentill homes students le ley dentleterre. S.T.C. 15746; Beale T31 and T63

      London: Imprinted . . . by Rychard Tottill . . . Cum priuilegio, 1583. Early calf, rubbed, joints cracked but quite firm, light browning, a good copy; with a portrait of Littleton tipped onto the first leaf of the index A valuable edition of a seminal work of English law (and the first English law book to be printed, circa 1481), containing the index and with the treatise divided into numbered sections, the scheme adopted by Coke in his great gloss on Littleton

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        Ausschreiben und gründlicher, warhaffter Bericht unser Gebhardts, von Gottes Gnaden erwelten und bestetigten Ertzbischoffs zu Cölln, des heiligen Römischen Reichs durch Italien Ertzcantzlers und Churfürsten, Hertzogen zu Westphalen und Engern, warumb wir uns mit etlichen Soldaten zu Beschützung unserer Land, Leut und eigenen Person auch folgends in weitere Kriegsrüstung wider unsere Feind und Widerwertige zu begeben genottrangt : auch aus was christlichen . Ursachen wir die Freylassung der wahren christlichen Religion Augspurgischen Confession verstattet und was uns in in ehelichen Stand zu begeben bewegt .,

      [Bonn], 1583 - [30 Bl.], 221, [1] S. VD 16 K 1751,- Wichtige Sammlung von Instruktionen und Briefen von Gebhard Truchsess von Waldburg-Trauchburg (* 10 Novenber 1547 in Heiligenberg; † 31. Mai 1601 in Straßburg) war Kurfürst und Erzbischof von Köln (1577-1583). Er trat zum Protestantismus über, heiratete und wollte das Erzstift säkularisieren. Dies löste den Widerstand der Mehrheit des Kölner Domkapitels aus. Beide Seiten, unterstützt von auswärtigen Verbündeten, kämpften gegeneinander im Kölnischen Krieg, den Gebhard schließlich verlor. Sauberes, breitrandiges Exemplar. Sprache: de Gewicht in Gramm: 750 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        M. VERRII FLACCI QUÆ EXTANT. ET SEX. POMPEI FESTI DE VERBORUM SIGNIFICATIONE

      Arnold Sittart, 1584; [Heidelberg]: Peter Santandrea, Paris 1583 - 178 x 111 mm (7 x 4 3/8"). 14 p.l., cccix pp., [13] leaves (last blank); lxxv, [10], ccxvi, [22] pp.; [2] leaves, 84 pp.; [1], 1-196, [18] pp.; 62 pp. Two works, in several parts, bound in one volume. With annotations and commentary by Antonio Augustin, Joseph Scaliger, and Fulvio Orsini. Pleasing contemporary calf, covers with central gilt wreath of olive branches, raised bands, spine panels gilt with cipher "D C G" at center flanked by a palmette and a vegetal trefoil, gilt titling, bottom panel with "OD" and "I8" on either side of the cipher. Printers' devices on the title pages, decorative woodcut initials and headpieces. Front pastedown with what appear to be early library shelf markings; one page with neat early marginalia. Adams V-590 and F-390. Covers slightly marked, spine with a bit of superficial crackling (and with one short crack in the middle of bottom panel), the text with faint browning and isolated minor soiling, a few leaves with long, shallow creases (not affecting legibility), otherwise in excellent condition, the binding solid and without significant wear, and the leaves clean, fresh, and smooth. This glossary of recondite Latin words and phrases was no doubt bound for a contemporary bibliophile with an extensive library. The "OD" and "I8" at the bottom of the spine appear to be the indication of a shelf location--not something frequently encountered on spines of this period. This designation and the location notation on the front pastedown that clearly relates to it ("Arm. 0. Tab 4. Loc. 18") suggest a library of some complexity and an educated owner who believed in careful organization. While we have not been able to identify "D C G," (s)he would seem also to have been a person of taste and good sense. The binding is attractively decorated while still being practical for scholarly use. The work itself has gone through a number of changes of fortune. The story begins when Verrius, who lived in the time of Augustus, compiled a valuable work, full of information on everything from grammar to mythology. Unfortunately, his text has been largely lost; the authentic fragments fill only the first few leaves of our volume. Fortunately, his work was epitomized by Festus, a ca. third century scholar. Unfortunately, Festus was not a very good epitomizer, and to make matters worse, all of his entries have been lost up to the letter "M." Fortunately, an epitome of the epitome from "A" to "Z" had been made by Paul the Deacon in the eighth century. Valuing the handbook for its information on the writing of correct Latin, Renaissance scholars went to work on this puzzle in the 15th century, and a first version of Paul was published by Zarotus in Milan in 1471. Later scholars published Festus, and the great French classicist Joseph Scaliger (1540-1609) was largely responsible for bringing definitive order out of chaos. His scholarly edition reconstructs the work of Festus as far as one can, filling in the gaps caused by missing pages in the manuscript with conjectures and rectified material from Paul. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Juliani Imperatoris opera quae extant omnia. A Petro Martinio Morentino Navarro, & Carolo Cantoclaro Consiliario Regio, supplicumque libellorum in Curia magistro, latina facta, emendata, & aucta. Eiusdem Martinii praefatio de vita Juliani. His accesserunt Epistolae aliquot nondum prius editae. Additus praeterea est a Carolo Cantoclaro liber eiusdem Iuliani Peri basileias, & a Theodoro Marcilio Hymnos eis basilea Helion, ab iisdem recogniti et illustrati. Una cum variis lectionibus ex vetustis codicibus manuscriptis.

      Duval (Apud dionysium Duvallium, sub Pegaso, in vico Bellovaco), Parigi 1583 - Prima ed. d'insieme delle opere di Giuliano l'Apostata; include, in quattro parti con numerazione indipendente, Misopogon ed Epistole (dall'ed. del 1566 curata da P. Martinio Morentino Navarro), I Cesari (revisione dell'ed. curata nel 1577 da Charles Chanteclair) e, in ed. originale, l'Inno al sole (cur. Theodoro Marcilius) e il secondo Panegirico a Costanzo - Praxeon o De regno - (cur. Ch. Chanteclair, con il solo testo greco - incompleto - tratto dal Parisinus gr. 2832 usato per la revisione dei "Cesari"). Brunet, III, c. 596; Graesse, III, p. 496: c'est la prem. éd. des oeuvres de Julien, moins complète que la suivant (cioè: Parigi, Cramoisy, 1630); Hoffmann, II, p. 492. Vol. in 8vo di pp. (2), 11-342, 1 c.b., (4: Variae lectiones), 112, 4 cc. (intr. all'Inno al sole), 1-48 (De regno), 4 cc. (annot. all'Inno al sole), 4 cc. (intr. al De regno), 1-48 (Inno al sole), 49-55 (conclusione del De regno), (1); le 4 cc. di "Variae lectiones" sono in realtà inserite disordinatamente nella segnatura B della prima parte (nell'ordine: B1, X2, X1, B2-3, X4, X3, B4); De regno e Inno al sole sono montati in ordine errato; leg. in perg. floscia antica con tit. ms. al dorso. Cop. discretamente conservata, con piccole mancanze e macchie; front. con mancanze che lambiscono alcuni caratteri senza ledere il testo, mancanze anche al marg. int. della c. successiva; tracce di tarlo all'int., sempre senza danni al testo, ben restaurate quelle più vistose tra T4 e 2A4; cc. leggermente brunite, un po' stanche, con frequenti fioriture e arrossamenti; margini soddisfacenti. Es. discreto e assolutamente completo.

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        Francisvs Draeck Nobilissimvs Eqves Angliæ AN. ÆT SVE 43

      Paris 1583 - A very early engraved portrait of Sir Francis Drake A clean impression of the second state of this famous portrait of Sir Francis Drake at age forty-three, shortly after he returned from circumnavigating the globe, the basis for most of the later images of him. The image is taken from a portrait purportedly painted from life by Jean Rabel the Elder and is said to be a credible likeness of the famed navigator. The legend beneath the portrait indicates the dates of Drake's circumnavigation, listing Rabel as the painter and Thomas de Leu as the engraver. Thomas de Leu (1560-1612), a pupil of Rabel's, moved to Paris around 1576 and became one of the most noted portrait engravers of his time. This engraving of Drake was the basis for many later images of him, including the well-known engravings by Jodocus Hondius and Crispin van de Passe. The earliest graphic image of one of the greatest figures in maritime history. Marianne Grivel, "Au Sieur Rabel, Parangon du la 'pourtraicture'." in H. Zerner and M. Bayard's RENAISSANCE EN FRANCE (Paris, 2009), pp. 227-92 (2d state). Engraved portrait, oval with surrounding legend and text beneath, on laid paper (6 7/8 x 4 ¼ inches). Cut to just within platemark and inlaid into later wove paper sheet. Later ink inscription on verso reading "from Holland / 1809." Minor wear and soiling. Very good.

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        De re poetica. Libri septem.

      apus Hieronymum de Marnef |& Gulielmi Cavellat. 1583 - - apus Hieronymum de Marnef & Gulielmi Cavellat., Parisiis (Paris) 1583, in 12 (8x12,5cm), 350ff. (16f.), relié. - Edition originale. Achevé d'imprimer la première fois le I. de septembre 1583. Les quatre premiers livres sont parus en 1565. Marques de l'imprimeur sur la page de titre et au verso du dernier feuillet. Plein Veau d'époque. Dos à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons. Plats ornés d'un médaillon central et d'un filet d'encadrement. Coiffe de tête et un coin restaurés par un amateur. La première page de garde, avant la page de titre, est manquante. Traité de poétique mêlant rhétorique, étude de l'homonymie, structure du vers, Règles de composition, études des poètes latins. Un dictionnaire de rimes et de vocabulaire poétique. Georgius Fabricius (1516-1571), né à Chemnitz, fut un érudit et un humaniste influent de son temps, un pédagogue, mais surtout un philologue réputé. On lui doit des éditions de poètes de l'Antiquité et des études sur l'Antiquité (qu'il étudia en Italie), notamment sur Rome, très recherchées. 350ff. (16f.) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La militia romana di Polibio, di Tito Livio, e di Dionigi Alicarnaseo. con varie figure illustrata. La quale a pieno intesa, non solo darà altrui stupore de' suoi buoni ordini, e disciplina. Ma ancora, in paragone, farà chiaro, quanto la moderna sia difettosa et imperfetta.

      per Domenico Mamarelli,, In Ferrara, 1583 - Cm. 20,5, cc. (12) 92. Marchio tipografico al frontespizio, capolettera e testat in xilografia e 12 interessanti tavole ripiegate fuori testo. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena floscia con nervi passanti e titoli manoscritti al dorso. Tracce di laccetti di chiusura. Bell'esemplare, in ottimo stato di conservazione. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De formulis et sollemnibus Populi Romani verbis, Libri VIII.

      - Parisiis, 1583, in-folio, piena pergamena coeva, tagli spruzzati. Frontespizio stampato in rosso e nero con bella marca tipografica incisa. Piccola mancanza al dorso. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus de differentiis et curatione febrium, ac de sanguinis missione, rei medicae studiosis valde utilis & accommodatus [microform] : nunc recens ad communem utilitatem excusus.

      apud Felicem Valgrisium 1583 - - apud Felicem Valgrisium, Venetiis (Venise) 1583, in 8 (16x11,5cm), (16) 76f., Un Vol. relié. - Edition originale. Absent à Brunet et dans les catalogues français. BN nationale italienne idem. 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. (16) 76f. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Opera omnia. Quorum contenta versa pagina exhibet. Accedunt indices rerum & verborum copiosissimi. Editio nova & hactenus desiderata. 5 Tle. in 1 Band. Amsterdam, P. van den Berge 1660. 4º. 22 Bll., 1002 (recte 1004) S., 30 Bll., mit gestoch. Titelvignette, (ganzs.) gestoch. Porträt im Text und einigen Textholzschnitten, Ldr. d. Zt. mit reicher Rverg. u. Rsch.

      - Caillet 11430 - Dorbon 5270 - Rosenthal 4160 - Crowe 601 - vgl. Hayn-G. III, 255 (irreführende Angaben).- Erste und einzige Gesamtausgabe, fast ein Jahrhundert nach ihrem ersten Erscheinen.- Enthält (jeweils mit eigenem Titel): De Praestigiis Daemonum, & Incantationibus ac Veneficiis Libri sex. Ab auctore sexies aucti & recogniti, justa Exemplar Basiliense 1583; Liber Apologeticus, & Pseudomonarchiae Daemonum; De Lamiis Liber: Item De Commentitiis Jejuniis; De Irae Morbo, Ejusdem curatione Philosophica, Medica & Theologica, Liber; Medicarvm Observationum Hactenus Incognitarum. Libri II.- Mit einer Biographie Weyers (mit Porträt) und einem Aufsatz über seine Werke des Groniger Professors Martinus Schoock ergänzt.- Wier (oder Weyer), "the founder of medical psychiatry" (Garrison-M. 4916), war einer "der hervorragendsten Ärzte seiner Zeit. Sein größtes Verdienst liegt in der Klarheit und dem Muthe, worin er systematisch zuerst die Bekämpfung der Hexenprozesse unternahm" (ADB XLII, 266).- Stellenw. wenig fleckig, Ebd. beschabt und bestoßen, oberes Kapital etw. lädiert durch Wurmfraß.

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