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        De plantis libri XVI

      Florence: Georgium Marescottum, 1583. FIRST EDITION. Woodcut printer's device on title and on the colophon, woodcut initials. Full calf, gilt decorations in an antique style, morocco spine label, spine label; minor waterstain to index leaves. Faint contemporary ownership signature at foot of title page. An excellent copy. First edition of the first "rational system of plant classification" (PMM). Cesalpino's work became the foundation of scientific botany and the first articulation of the modern concept of species. With the knowledge of the existence of a greater number of plants, a method of scientific classification was needed. This era began with Cesalpino, who created his system of classification based upon plant morphology. "He insisted that distinctions among species should be made only according to similarity or dissimilarity of forms, and that 'accidental' attributes, such as medicinal use and habitat, must not be considered; in doing so, he elevated botany to the level of an independent science" (Norman). The first section of this ground-breaking work contains the general system of comparative study, retaining the traditional divisions of trees, shrubs, half-shrubs and herbs, but further sub-dividing them into different categories according to their seed, fruit and flower. The remaining sections describe over fifteen hundred plants, placing them into fifteen classes. Cesalpino focuses on the roots, stems and fruit as the basis for his classification. It is in this taxonomy that the De plantis most decidedly marks an epoch in the history of botany.The effect of this work was enormous, profoundly influencing botanists that followed, including Linnaeus in his famous works on classification, his Systema naturae of 1735 and his Classes plantarum in 1738. Indeed, Linnaeus' own fully annotated copy of De plantis now resides in the library of the Linnean Society.Cesalpino (1519-1603) was born at Arezzo in Tuscany and studied under Ghini at Pisa, where he graduated in medicine, and thereafter succeeded Aldrovandi as director of the garden at Bologna, in 1555 becoming professor of botany. He later became a professor in Rome and physician to Pope Clement VIII. Adams, C-20; Arnold Arboretum, p. 147; Cleveland Collections, 122; Dibner 20; Printing & the Mind of Man, 97; Hawks, Pioneers of plant study, pp.184-187; Morton, History of botanical science, pp. 128-140; Norman, 432; Pritzel, 1640; Sparrow, 34; not in the Hunt Catalogue.

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        1583 Hadrianus Junius Polyglot Dictionary Lexicon Dutch Latin Byzantine Plantin

      Antverpiae : ex officina Christophori Plantini, M. D. LXXXIII, [1583]. - 1583 Hadrianus Junius Polyglot Dictionary Lexicon Dutch Latin Byzantine Plantin "An important multilingual dictionary offering many subjects in German, Dutch, French, Italian, Spanish, and sometimes English.” – Adams (J, 450). Hadrianus Junius (1511-1575) was devoted to linguistics, lexicography, and philological work. He is most-remembered now for his emblematica, but in creating his ‘Emblems,’ he also wrote this dictionary. He scoured through existing encyclopedias and other lexicons to write his own. He was greatly influenced by Byzantine writing, and his successful research was noted as accurate by his contemporaries. The vast majority of Junius’s works were published by either Plantin or Froben, two very well-known and respected 16th-century publishers. Christopher Plantin, the publisher of this work, published only 2,500 copies of this edition – a reissue of the 1577. Item number: #530 Price: $ 950 JUNIUS, Hadrianus Nomenclator, omnium rerum propria nomina variis linguis explicata indicans : multo quam antea emendatior ac locupletior Antverpiae : ex officina Christophori Plantini, M. D. LXXXIII, [1583]. Details: • Collation complete with all pages: [4], 432, [70] • Binding: Leather; tight and secure • References: Adams J-450; Voet 1491 • Language: Latin • Size: ~7in X 4.5in (17.5cm x 11.5cm) 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! Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        An astrological discourse upon the great and notable coniunction of the two superiour planets, Saturne & Iupiter, which shall happen the 28. day of April, 1583. : With a briefe declaration of the effects, which the late eclipse of the sunne 1582 is yet hereafter to worke.

      Henrie Bynneman,, London 1583 - 12mo, 82 pp. Handwritten title page. 2 pp letter from the author bound into the rear of the book. Closely trimmed with title ("An Astrologiacl Discourse") above every page often partially or wholly cut. Comparison of the signature on the letter and the way Harvey's name is written on the title page lead me to believe the title page was written by Richard Harvey. The letter is signed "Your loving brother." so this copy was probably owned by his brother John, also an astrologer. There was one other brother, Gabriel. pp 1 and 2 have a small chip on the side with slight loss of text. This chip has ben professionally stabilized. Red leather spine and corners over marbled paper covered boards. Probably contemporary. Front lower corner rubbed and chipped. Other light rubbing to spine and corners Title and date in gilt on the spine. ffep and front pastedown sheet with old bookplates. ffep held only by a cord. Good + From Lilly's "Astrology and the Seventeenth Century Mind" : "The dogfight which ensued over these prophecies centered on the three Harvey brothers, whose pamphlets and commentaries fanned the flames of dread, and the satirist cartoonist Thomas Nashe, who did his best to derail the soothsayers. The work which kicked off the controversy among English astrologers was Richard Harvey's An astrological Discourse Upon the Great and Notable Coniunction of the Tvvo Superiour Planets, Saturne & Iupiter, which shall happen the 28. day of April, 1583. Despite according them scant acknowledgement, Harvey paraphrased and reiterated Leowitz's analysis and predictions, dedicating his work to John Aylmer, Bishop of London, who he claimed had examined the work. Bishop Aylmer, however, may have proved ungrateful since he was reported by Nashe to have preached at Paul's Cross against this pamphlet and its prophecies. Richard Harvey made and explicit association between the the 1583 conjunction and the death of a king - a connection rendered even less advisable after a 1581 statute had made it a felony to cast a ruler's nativity. Like Lilly, he also advised that an astrologer forseeing the death of a prince should keep silent, taking the astrologers Cardan and Gauric to task for openly predicting royal deaths" Rare and important. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Les decades qui se trouvent de Tite Live, mises en langue francoise : La premiere, par Blaise de Vigenere Bourbonnois : avec des Annotations & figures pour l'intelligence de l'antiquité Romaine : Plus une description particuliere des lieux : & une Chronologie generale des principaux Potentats de la terre. La tierce, tournee autrefois par Jean Hamelin de Sarlat ; recentement recourüe & amendee presque tout de neuf. Le reste, de la traduction d'Anthoine de la Faye

      NICOLAS CHESNEAU 1583 - Plus de 1800 pages en partie numerotées, nombreuses gravures(voir photos) reliure posterieure incluant les plats de l ancienne reliure avec ARMES Page de titre restaurée RARE [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sette libri di satire di Ludovico Ariosto, Hercole Bentivogli, Luigi Alemanni, Pietro Nelli, Antonino Vinciguerra, Francesco Sansovino, ed altri scrittori.

      Venice: Appresso Fabio, & Agostin Zopini fratelli, 1583. 8vo (14.6 cm, 5.75"). [8], 206, [1] ff. (lacking original final blank). Later edition of collected satires by famous Italian authors, edited by one of them, Francesco Sansovino (1521–86).    Sansovino dedicates this collection to the historian Camillo Portio (Porzio, 1526 – ca. 1580), and introduces it with an essay on the material of satire, which he breaks down as "pure simplicity, with severe acerbity, sometimes mixed with a bit of salt, or with some feature [that is] tasty, and acute." Prior to this, Sansovino also worked on the satires of Ariosto (1474–1533), separately published.    The text is divided into sections by author, each of whom the editor introduces with a brief biography. A short abstract printed in roman precedes each poem, printed in italic. Fine woodcut head- and tailpieces, and a variety of initials in historiated, patterned, and factotum designs, decorate the text; and the title-page features the woodcut printers' device of Truth personified, flanked by an eagle, a lion, a bull, and an angel, representing the Four Evangelists.    Provenance: Ownership inscription on front fly-leaf of Luigi Pagani Cesa, possibly the Italian jurist born at Belluno in 1855, who served as a member of Parliament for 1904–13; and the words "penso che" ("I think that . . .") written above, in an earlier hand?         Adams A1691; CNCE 2806. Later glazed cream-colored boards, title and date inked on upper spine, small paper label on lower spine, marbled red edges; boards soiled and front joint opening. One spot of worming on front pastedown and on colophon leaf; traces of former mounting on colophon leaf verso. Title-page with one letter added in manuscript (o, in Bentivoglio). Trimmed close at margins almost grazing headline on a few leaves. Very minor stains on a few leaves, generally bright and crisp.

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        Dr. Martin Luthers Hauspostille

      Das Buch ist für sein hohes Alter einem guten Zustand! Angeeckt an den Seiten, siehe Bilder! Original Ausgab im Jahre 1583 Nichtraucherhaushalt!

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        Praelectiones in duodecim libros Codicis Justiniani Imp.

      Excudebat Petrus Valvasensis, 1583. quib. leges omnes, et authenticae perpetua ferie explicantur, mores hodierni inferuntur, & quid fit juris antiqui, novi, & novissimi enodatur, ac breviter exponitur. Editio novissima ad exemplarium veterum formam exacta; sed mendis, quibus priora bellica, Batavaque exemplariascatebant, ingenti cura et studio espurgata, et Summariis, Indicibusque locupletata. Cui accedunt Commentarius in quinque et viginti digestorum Libros, Institutiones Imperiales erotematibus distinctae atque explicatae; nec non Jus Publicum, quo arcana & jura Principis exponuntur, ejusdem Auctoris: omnia tribus Tomis comprehensa. Tomus Primus. Tomus Secundus. Tomus Tertius. 3 volumi. Folio. pp. XII - 376 + 396 + 284. . Molto buono (Very Good). Pagine in ottimo stato con testatine e capilettera. Pergamene fiorite e con macchie, cuffie, labbri e angoli usurati e con piccole mancanze. . . Antonio Perez (Alfaro 1583 - Louvain 1672

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        Gesamtansichten auf einem Blatt mit Warburg.

      - Kupferstich v. Braun und Hogenberg aus Civitates orbis Terrarum III, 37, 1583, 34 x 47,5 cm Fauser 13120, Fauser 15125 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Svsatvm ciuitas fere inter Westphalicas. - Warburgum, elegans Westphaliae Opp.

      - Altcolorierte Kupferstiche v. Braun und Hogenberg aus Civitates orbis terrarum, 1583, 34 x 47,5 cm Soest und Warburg auf einem Blatt; jede Ansicht mit zwei Wappen in den oberen beiden Ecken; Soest mit Titelkartusche unten links, Warburg mit Legende von 1 - 17 oben mittig; leicht lichtrandig. Fauser 13120; Fauser 15125 ** Photos auf Wunsch im JPG-Format erhältlich.**

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        Katalog der Bibliothek des K.K. Hof-Mineralien-Cabinets in Wien.Vienna, K.K. Hof- und Staatsdruckerei, 1851. Large 4to. Publisher's printed wrappers.

      - Besterman, cols. 1583 & 2622; Margerie, Cat. Bibl. Géol., Paris, 1896, no. 810; cf. ADB 25, p. 191-192; BMC NH, p. 2219 (1864 ed.); Poggendorff II, col. 369; not in Hoover; Sinkankas; Ward. First edition of a catalogue of the library of the Imperial Mineral Cabinet in Vienna, arranged by subject. According to the foreword, the library was the "single [library] in Vienna, where scholars, friends and upcoming practitioners of science" can find a complete and up to date collection in mineralogy, geography, metallurgy, palaeontology, chemistry and physics. The Mineral Cabinet was founded in 1851, after an administrative separation of the earlier Natural History Cabinet and consisted of one of the most important mineral collections in the world.Paul Partsch (1791-1856) had been curator of the Mineral Collection since 1835, and under his leadership it gained fame for having one of the best and most complete contemporary specialized libraries. He was head-curator of the Mineral Cabinet from 1851 until his death in 1856.With a library stamp and shelf marks on the front cover. Wrappers soiled with a tear near the inner top of the front. Very good copy, slightly soiled a t the edges.

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        Trois livres des Charmes, Sorcelages, ou Enchantemens. Esquels toutes les especes, & causes des Charmes sont methodiquement descrites, & doctement expliquees selon l’opinion tant des Philosophes que des Theologiens, avec les vrais contrepoisons pour rabbattre les impostures & illusions des Dæmons: & par mesme moyen les vaines bourdes qu’on met en avãt touchãt les causes de la puissance des sorceleries y sont clairement refutees. Faicts en Latin par Leonard Vair, Espagnol, Docteur en Theologie, & mis en François par Iulian Baudon, Angevin

      Chesneau, Paris 1583 - Pleine basane marbrée, dos à cinq nerfs orné et doré portant les pièces de titre et de tomaison, tranches rouges, gardes en papier marbré (reliure non signée mais exécutée par Poincignon, relieur à Nancy, en 1899). Un volume in-8 (168x110 mm), (16)-553-(71) pages Rousseurs claires, petites galeries de ver de la page 505 à la fin, avec atteinte à quelques lettres. Rare première édition française de ce traité de magie noire, sorcellerie et démonologie. C'est l'un des plus important ouvrage du seizième siècle sur le sujet. Précieux exemplaire ayant appartenu à Stanislas de Guaita. L'amateur qui l'a fait établir la reliure en 1899, a collé, sur la dernière garde, un fragment de papier portant cette annotation à la plume de Stanislas de Guaita : "Collationné, complet. Guaita" ; et en-dessous, au crayon : "Exceptionnel de marges. Lég. piqûres de vers". Note manuscrite à l'encre sur la première garde, signée "Novembre 1899 – J.C.", elle dresse un bref historique de l'ouvrage et de l'exemplaire. Caillet [III, 10963 : "Ouvrage bien traité et d'une remarquable érudition"], Coumont [496 V1.1]. ___________________________________________________________________________________ ______________________________ENGLISH_DESCRIPTION______________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________________ Nineteenth-century full mottled sheep, spine gilt in six compartments, title and volume number in gilt on lettering-pieces, red edges, marbled endpapers. 8vo (168x110 mm) de (16)-553-(71) pages Foxing, marginal wormhole. Rare first edition in french of this treatise of black magic, witchcraft and demonology. This is one of the most important book of the sixteenth century on the subject. Stanislas de Guaita's copy rebound in 1899. A piece of paper with the signature of Guaita as been stuck on the last flyleaf. Caillet [III, 10963 : "Ouvrage bien traité et d'une remarquable érudition"], Coumont [496 V1.1]. In 8 / 8vo 492g. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Commentarius in aurea Pythagoreorum carmina Ioan Curtrerio interprete Paris Stephen Prevosteau


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        Hamlet. Prinz von Dänemark Mit 16 Lichtdrucktafeln nach Lithographien von Eugène Delacroix

      175 S. 1 Bl. mit 16 Lichtdrucktafeln nach Lithographien von Eugège Delacroix Groß-Folio (45x33cm) Handgebundener dunkelbrauner Ecraséleder Einband mit vergoldetem Titeln, ornamentaler und bildlicher (Hamletmaske) Rückenvergoldung und vergoldeten dreifachen Kantenfileten (Signiert von E.A. Enders, Leipzig) Deckel etwas berieben. Sarkowski 1583 Eins von 100 Exemplaren der Vorzugsausgabe in Ganzleder gebunden und auf Van Gelder Bütten gedruckt.

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        Secrets du troisième et dernier notaire

      1583. Lyon, Jean de Tournes Imprimeur du Roi, 1583. In-folio plein vélin souple à recouvrement de l'époque, 24 pages pour l'épitre et le prologue + 800 pages. 21 feuillets non chiffrés pour la table et un feuillet blanc. Bien complet du bois gravé à pleine page représentant Jean PAPON. Belle page de titre dans un encadrement allégorique. Lettrines décorées. Quelques mouillures marginales au premieres pages sans gravité. Un manque de vélin angulaire au 2° plat. Malgré les petits défauts signalés, bel exemplaire.

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        La métamorphose d'Ovide figurée.

      Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1583. ____ Titre dans un encadrement d'arabesques et 178 bois gravés de Bernard Salomon, tous dans des encadrements. Les éditions illustrées d'Ovide par les de Tournes comptent parmi les chefs-d'oeuvres de l'imprimerie lyonnaise. Celle-ci reproduit la première donnée en 1557 par les de Tournes avec quelques changements : l'ordre des encadrements est différent ; la planche du feuillet H, "Hercule brulant" est reprise de l'édition italienne de 1559. Sous chaque bois, on trouve un huitain de Charles Fontaine, Jean de Vauzelles ou Barthelémy Aneau. Bel exemplaire. Cartier, Biblio. de Jean de Tournes 643.***** A reprint, with some changes, of the edition of 1557. "The de Tournes' Ovids, combining the Salomon illustrations and borders with French, Italian, or Flemish texts, are among the most attractive volumes produced at Lyons." (Ruth Mortimer, Harvard, French, t. II, p. 505). In-8. Collation : (92) ff., [A-L8, M4] Maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Lortic.).

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      Rare and unique first 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. spine 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 --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini In Venetia 1583 in-8 (9x13,5cm) 135pp. sig : A-H8 I4 relié

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        Corpus Juris civilis in IIII. partes distinctum

      New edition after the first published in 1583. 4 title pages, the main red and black, the other in frameworks with foliage. Titles 3 title pages present in Volume II: Codicis Iustiniani DN Sacratissimi principis pp. Aug. repetitae praelectionis Libri XII. Authenticae sev novellae constitutiones DN Justiniani sacratis. Feudorum consuetiudines partim ex Editione vulgata, partim ex cuiaciana vulgatae apposita.Binders full mottled brown sheepskin contemporary or slightly later. Back with nerves decorated. Apud Ioannem Vignon Aureliopoli( Geneve) 1604 (76) 127, 1976 colonnes et (12) 916 colonnes ; (8) 448 colonnes ; (4) 457-552 colonnes relié

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        De plantis libri XVI...

      Florence: Giorgio Marescotti, 1583. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 4to - over 9¾ - 12" tall. 4to (220x154 mm). [40], 621, [11] pp. Woodcut printer's device on title and at end, woodcut initials, some historiated. Variant title page with "Duce" in 9th line. Contemporary vellum (old remboitage binding), spine hand-lettered, faded blue edges. A few leaves with faint stains or mostly marginal spotting, fore edge with small ink stain affecting a few leaves to the end, title-page with small ink corrosion hole inside signature. Provenance: Savgiano(?) (early signature in ink on title); "B.M." (manuscript note on title); "M no. 2J" (early note in ink on title); Warren H. Corning, Library of the Holden Arboretum (bookplate to front pastedown). Good copy, collated complete. ----Dibner 20; PMM 97; Sparrow 34; Norman 432; Pritzel 1640; Adams C-20; BM/STC Italian p. 134; Cleveland Collections 122, Holden Arboretum Copy 2 (this copy). - THE VERY RARE FIRST EDITION OF "THE FIRST TRUE TEXTBOOK OF BOTANY" (DSB). The first book of this text is of outstanding historical importance. Here, in thirty pages of admirably clear Latin, Cesalpino presented the principles of botany, grouping a wealth of careful observations under broad categories, on the model of Aristotle and Theophrastus. "Caesalpinus's philosophy is Aristotelian: plants have a vegetable soul which is responsible for nutrition and for the reproduction of organisms. Nutrition was believed to come from the roots in the soil and to be carried up the stems to produce the fruit. Hence, the roots, stems and fruit are the main characteristics selected by Caesalpinus as the basis for his classification" (PMM).Cesalpino was the first to elaborate a system of the plants based on a unified and coherent group of notions. By paying little attention to the medicinal uses of plants he raised botany to the level of an independent science.RARE: according to American Book Prices Current, only one other copy has sold in the last 30 years: the Norman copy, Christie's New York, 18 March 1998, lot 62. A copy brought up for auction at Zisska & Schauer in 2012 was withdrawn as being part of the Girolamini library theft. Very Good....

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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

      Francesco Ziletti. New edition after the original from Zilotti in 1560 Rare. Parchment full contemporary. 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. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Francesco Ziletti In Venetia 1583 in-4 (14x20cm) (40) 559pp. relié

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        La métamorphose d'Ovide figurée.

      Lyon, Jean de Tournes, 1583. ____ Titre dans un encadrement d'arabesques et 178 bois gravés de Bernard Salomon, tous dans des encadrements. Les éditions illustrées d'Ovide par les de Tournes comptent parmi les chefs-d'oeuvres de l'imprimerie lyonnaise. Celle-ci reproduit la première donnée en 1557 par les de Tournes avec quelques changements : l'ordre des encadrements est différent ; la planche du feuillet H, "Hercule brulant" est reprise de l'édition italienne de 1559. Sous chaque bois, on trouve un huitain de Charles Fontaine, Jean de Vauzelles ou Barthelémy Aneau. Bel exemplaire. Cartier, Biblio. de Jean de Tournes 643.***** A reprint, with some changes, of the edition of 1557. "The de Tournes' Ovids, combining the Salomon illustrations and borders with French, Italian, or Flemish texts, are among the most attractive volumes produced at Lyons." (Ruth Mortimer, Harvard, French, t. II, p. 505). In-8. Collation : (92) ff., [A-L8, M4] Maroquin rouge, dos à nerfs, tranches dorées. (Reliure du XIXe, Lortic.).

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        Deux dialogues du nouveau langage françois, italianize, et autrement deguize, principalement entre les courtisans de ce temps : de plusieurs nouveautez, qui ont accompagné ceste nouveauté de langage: De quelques courtisianismes modernes, & de quelques singularitez courtisanesques

      Par Guillaume Niergue. The first edition was published in 1578 in Geneva. Listen to Brunet II, 1076, on this subject: 'This book was spicy published in Geneva in 1578, and not Paris, as has been said many bibliographers. The author has provided his immense erudition, but at the same time has allowed some jokes are a bit bold, which won him a green semonse Council Geneva, following which he thought it prudent to leave ... There are two other Antwerp, 1579 and 1583, in 16, which are scarcely less rare than the first, and the price is quite high. ' Full Calf nineteenth environment. Back to nerves decorated in the style of a seventeenth binding. Friction. Lack the right of the sheet 97 with loss of some letters in the last word bottom corner. Dialogues satirical, mocking the courtship behavior, modes of dress and languages (fashion speak Italian French words for example, or the conventions of language on securities). Henri Estienne is hiding under the name of Jean Franchet. The humor and mockery are often pushed very far, and all reads with great relish. The two dialogues are preceded by poems addressed to no less funny and satirical courtiers. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! Par Guillaume Niergue A Anvers 1583 In 16 (8x12,5cm) (32) 622pp. relié

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        Rariorum aliquot stirpium per Pannoniam, Austriam et vicinas quasdam provincias observatarum historia, quatuor libris....

      Anvers, Christophe Plantin, 1583. ____ Première édition. Elle est illustrée de 361 bois gravés, la plupart à pleine page. Complet à la fin du très rare : 'Appendix eorum quae postea ab auctore sunt observata', illustré de 2 bois gravés à pleine page. C'est la première flore publiée pour l'Autriche et la Hongrie. [Relié à la suite, du même :] Stirpium nomenclator Pannonicus. Anvers, Plantin,1584. (16) pp. Le "Stirpium nomenclator Pannonicus" est une liste alphabétique des noms latins des plantes de Hongrie, suivis de leur appellation hongroise. Provenances : Ex-dono manuscrit sur la première page de garde Varani (?), daté 15 octobre 1595 et deux signatures sur le titre. Cernes d'humidité en marge de quelques feuillets, des feuillets brunis. Bon exemplaire dans sa première reliure. Hunt 144. Nissen 371. *-------* First edition. It is illustrated by 361 engraved wood-blocks, most at full page. Complete with, at the end, the rare "Appendix eorum quae postea ab auctore sunt observata.", illustrated by 2 full-page woodcuts. It is the first flora published for Austria and Hungary. [Bound with :] - Stirpium nomenclator Pannonicus. Anvers, Plantin,1584. (8), (16) pp. An alphabetical list of the Latin names of the plants of Hungary, with their Hungarian name. "Clusius service in the Court of the Emporor Maximilien II gave him the opportunity of investigating the mountain flora of Austria and Hungary, which provided the theme for his second book [...] De l'Ecluse's work was practical and descriptive, and he added little to the knowledge of classification. But it remains of high value even today, on account of his genius for detecting the essential specific features of plants and, in spite of the limited scientific terminology of the day, for giving recognisable descriptions of them." (Blunt, The art of botanical illustration, p. 64). Provenances : Ex-dono manuscript of Varani (?) dated 1595 and two signatures on title. Few marginal dampstains, some leaves browned. Good copy in original binding. In-8. Collation : (8), 766 pp., 1 f. bl., (8) pp. Vélin à rabats. (Reliure de l'époque.)....

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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. 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. apud Felicem Valgrisium Venetiis (Venise) 1583 in- (16x11,5cm) (16) 76f. relié

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

      typis Oporinianis per Balthasarum Han & Hyeronimum Gemusaeum. 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. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! typis Oporinianis per Balthasarum Han & Hyeronimum Gemusaeum Basilae (Bâle) 1583 petit in-4 (18,7x13cm) (16) 823pp. (39). relié

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        De re poetica. Libri septem

      apus Hieronymum de Marnef & Gulielmi Cavellat.. 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. spine à nerfs orné de 5 fleurons. Plats ornés d'un médaillon central et d'un filet d'encadrement. spine-end 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. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! apus Hieronymum de Marnef & Gulielmi Cavellat. Parisiis (Paris) 1583 in 12 (8x12,5cm) 350ff. (16f.) relié

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        Tiipus Orbis Terrarum

      1583. "Magnifico esemplare di questa rara carta del mondo di Philippe Galle, realizzata per la prima edizione dello Spieghel del Werelt, il primo atlante tascabile pubblicato nel 1577. Questa carta del mondo è una fedele ed accurata riduzione della prima mappa del mondo di Ortelius del 1570, che era la tavola di apertura del suo celebre atlante Theatrum Orbis Terrarum (Shirley, 122; Koeman, Ort 1; Karrow: 1/6, van der Krogt AN: 0001:31A). La lastra incisa da Philippe Galle, reca la data del 1574, sebbene la prima edizione dell'Epitome (secondo il titolo che diventerà comune nei secoli successivi), sia stata pubblicata nel 1577. Questa mappa verrà utilizzata per le sole edizioni dell'Epitome edite dal 1577 al 1585, e sarà poi sostituita da una lastra più piccola, a partire dal 1588. A differenza delle altre carte dell'Epitome, il mappamondo ha un formato più largo. La citazione latina nel margine inferiore, già presente nel modello di Ortelius, è da Cicerone (Tusculanae Disputatianes IV. 1 7. 37) ""Quid ei potest videri magnum in rebus humanis, cui aeternitas omnis, totiusque mundi nota sit magnitudo"" ovvero ""Che cosa, tra le vicende umane, può sembrare grande a colui al quale è nota la grandezza del mondo e l'eternità dell'universo?"". La carta del mondo di Ortelius, incisa e firmata da Franciscus Hogenberg, è di fondamentale importanza per la storia della cartografia in quanto costituisce la PRIMA MAPPA DEL MONDO a essere realizzata per un atlante di formato uniforme e non composito, quali gli atlanti del Lafrery. Le fonti cartografiche della carta sono il mappamondo di Mercator del 1569, quello di Gastaldi del 1561 e il portolando dell'Atlantico di Diego Gutierrez. La forma ovale rimanda, invece, ad Appiano e Bordone. 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." "Fine example of Philippe Galle's rare map of the World, engraved for the first edition of his Spieghel del Werelt, the first miniature edition of Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. This map is a neatly-engraved smaller copy of Ortelius' first world map plate, published in 1570, that is the first map of the Theatrum Orbis Terrrarum (Shirley, 122; Koeman, Ort 1; Karrow: 1/6, van der Krogt AN: 0001:31A). The Galle's plate is dated 1574 although the first printing of Galle's atlas did not taken place until 1577. The motto below the map is a quotation from Cicero (Tusculanae Disputatianes IV. 1 7. 37) Quid ei potest videri magnum in rebus humanis, cui aeternitas omnis, totiusque mundi nota sit magnitudo (For what human affairs can seem important to a man who keeps all eternity before his eyes and knows the vastness of the universe?). The worl map published by Galle is larger that the other maps in the atlas. The cartographic sources for the Ortelius world map are: Gerard Mercator's 1569, Gastaldi's 1561 world map and Diego Gutierrez' portolan map of the Atlantic. The oval shape goes back to Apianus and/or Bordonius. The world map by Ortelius, signed by Franciscus Hogenberg, is first one occurring in the first regular atlas the ""Theatrum Orbis Terrarum"", so the map is of fundamental importance in the history of cartography. This map appeared only in the earliest editions of Ortelius' Epitome, published between 1577-1585 - and from 1588 was replaced by the much smaller Typus Orbis Terrarum. Shirley quotes the rarity fo this map as ""S"" (Scarce). 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." Anversa Antwerpen Shirley, 132; Koeman, Ort 47 219 161

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        Sechs Bücher. Von gedächtnuß würdigen Reden und Thatten. Oder: Von Lehr vnd vnderweisung, das Leben wol vnd selig anzustellen, nach form der Hailigen lebens Altes vnd Newen Testaments. Hochuonnöthen den gemainen Landpriesteren, dem Völcklin darauß allerhand Materi Exempel fürzutragen ... In Teutsche Spraach gebracht Durch Herman Baumgartern. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Dillingen, durch Johannem Mayer, 1583. 34 Bl., 968 (falsch 964) S. Neuerer Halbledereinband auf Holzdeckel mit 3 Bünden und Rückenblindprägung.

      . Marulic (Maruli, Marullus, Marulus), Markus. Sechs Bücher. Von gedächtnuß würdigen Reden und Thatten. Oder: Von Lehr vnd vnderweisung, das Leben wol vnd selig anzustellen, nach form der Hailigen lebens Altes vnd Newen Testaments. Hochuonnöthen den gemainen Landpriesteren, dem Völcklin darauß allerhand Materi Exempel fürzutragen ... In Teutsche Spraach gebracht Durch Herman Baumgartern. Erste deutsche Ausgabe. Dillingen, durch Johannem Mayer, 1583. 21,7 x 17,5 x 7 cm. 34 Bl., 968 (falsch 964) S. Neuerer Halbledereinband auf Holzdeckel mit 3 Bünden und Rückenblindprägung. - VD 16, M 1291 Buchner 525. - Seltene erste deutsche Ausgabe von M.s bedeutendstem Werk De institutione bene vivendi. - Der erste kroatisch schreibende Dichter und Humanist Marco Marulic (1450-1524) aus Split zählt zu den Begründern der kroatischen Literatur der Renaissance. - Titel in Rot und Schwarz mit Druckermarke. - Kollationiert, vollständig. - An 4 Stellen mit Japan im weißen Rand restauriert (kein Textverlust), selten Fingerfleckig (Titelblatt mehr), stellenweise leicht stockfleckig, gutes Exemplar, Zustand siehe Fotos. .

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      London: Thomas Purfoote, 1583. [48] leaves. Lacks A1 (blank) and three leaves of tables at end; lacks volvelles. Small quarto. Late 19th-century half morocco and cloth, spine gilt. Spine lightly rubbed. Titlepage backed with later paper, trimmed closely at top edge affecting three letters of first line in title; several other small losses and stains. Lower corner of text lightly wormed, reinforced with tissue. Lightly soiled. Good. The Sir Thomas Phillipps copy, with his shelf mark on the front pastedown. First English edition, translated from the Latin by Fabian Wither, of this astrological treatise by Claudius Dariot. The work discusses the zodiac signs, their influence on the body, and the aspects of the various planets. A wounded copy of a significant STC title, very rare in the first edition. Fewer than ten copies in ESTC and only one of those in North America, at the Folger Shakespeare Library. OCLC adds one further American copy, at the Harvard Medical Library. ESTC S114070. STC 6275.

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        De la vérité de la religion chrestienne. Contre les Athées, Epicuriens, Paiens, Juifs, Mahumedistes, & autres Infideles.

      1583 - L'un des meilleurs ouvrages de Duplessis-Mornay. Précieux exemplaire d'une grande pureté conservé dans son vélin à recouvrement de l'époque. Paris, Claude Micard, 1583.In-8 de (16) ff., 603 pp., (2) pp. Dernière garde blanche couverte d'annotations manuscrites. Relié en plein vélin souple à recouvrement, dos lisse portant le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque. 169 x 112 mm. / One of Duplessis-Mornay's best works. Precious and very pure copy preserved in its contemporary overlapping vellum binding.  Paris, Claude Micard, 1583.8vo [169 x 112 mm] of (16) ll., 603 pp., (2) pp. Last blank end-leaf covered in handwritten notes. Bound in full limp overlapping vellum, flat spine with the handwritten title. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La Colombière et maison rustique de Philibert Hegemon, de Chalon sur Saone : contenant une description des douze Mois, & quatre Saisons de l'année : Avec enseignement de ce que le Laboureur doist faire par chacun mois. L'Abeille Françoise du mesme autheur. Ses Fables Morales, & autres Poësies. Et les Louanges de la vie Rustique, extraites des ?uvres de G. de Saluste, Sieur du Bartas.

      1583 - « Ce petit volume sur la France rurale est fort rare » (Weiss). « Recueil peu commun, narré avec art et écrit avec simplicité » (Brunet). Paris, chez Jamet Mettayer, Imprimeur du Roy, près les boucheries de saincte Genevieve, 1583.In-8 de (4) ff., 75 et (1) f. de marque. Quelques mouillures marginales, un peu court de marge avec atteinte au titre courant à qq. ff. Plein vélin souple, dos lisse, découpe sans manque de texte à la marge inférieure du titre. Reliure de l'époque. 141 x 96 mm. / ?This small volume about rural France is very rare? (Weiss). ?Rather uncommon compilation, narrated with art and written with simplicity? (Brunet). Paris, chez Jamet Mettayer, Imprimeur du Roy, près les boucheries de saincte Genevieve, 1583.8vo [141 x 96 mm] of (4) ll., 75 and (1) l. of mark. A few waterstains on the margins, slightly short-margined affecting the title and a few ll. Full limp vellum, flat spine, cuttings not affecting the text on the title's lower margin. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Autografo.Lettera d' incarico Carlo Emanuele I di Savoia - 12/1/1583

      12/1/1583. Autografo. Lettera d' incarico Carlo Emanuele I di Savoia - 12/1/1583. In-8° oblungo, di 12 righe datata e firmata. In ottimo stato di conservazione. Carlo Emanuele I di Savoia, detto il Grande e soprannominato dai sudditi Testa di Fuoco per le manifeste attitudini militari e per alcuni autori il Gobbo, figlio di Emanuele Filiberto di Savoia e di ... Data di nascita: 12 gennaio 1562, Castello di Rivoli, Rivoli Data di morte: 26 luglio 1630, Savigliano Coniuge: Caterina Michela d'Asburgo (s. 1585) Figli: Vittorio Amedeo I di Savoia, Tommaso Francesco di Savoia.

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        Lexicon Graecolatinum recens constructum. In quod, tanquam in Thesaurum, dictiones prope innumerabiles collectae sunt, ad communem studiosorum linguae Graecae utilitatem.

      Genf, Guillaume de Laimarie (Leimarius), 1583. - 4°, circa 24,5 x 16,8 cm. 8 Bll., 824, 376 SS., 53 Bll., Titel mit figürlicher Holzschnitt-Bordüre Leder d. 18. Jh. mit reicher Rückenvergoldung "Moeckli 108; vgl. Adams S 610/11. Zweite Ausgabe des klassischen lateinisch-griechischen Wörterbuches, das erstmals 1580 erschien und bis ins 19. Jahrhundert immer wieder neu aufgelegt wurde. Scapula arbeitete als Lektor und Lexikograph für Estienne und half auch bei der Erstellung des grossen "Thesaurus graecae linguae", den er dann für sein eigenes Wörterbuch ausgiebig benutzt hat. Moeckli bezeichnet ihn als "le plagiaire d'Henri Estienne", man muss ihm jedoch anrechnen, dass er mit seiner günstigeren Fassung einer grösseren Anzahl von Studenten den Zugang zum Studium des antiken Griechisch ermöglicht hat. - Diese Ausgabe enthält zahlreiche Beigaben: De Graecae linguae dialectis, ex scriptis Joannis Grammatici - Corinthus de dialectis - Ex Plutarcho excerpta de dialectis, de tropis, de schematis et Homerico eorum usu - Verborum quorundam themata quae magna ex parte vel sunt anomala vel poetica - De Graecorum notis arithmeticis compendium ex Hadriani Amerotii scriptis - Herodiani de iisdem tractatus - De mensibus et eorum partibus - De veteri et recta graecae linguae pronuntiatione. " "- Weisse Vorsätze mit zahlreichen Notizen, wenig gebräunt, vereinzelt etwas fleckig, gegen Ende kleine Wasserränder unten, letzte Blätter etwas angeschmutzt. Einband berieben, Rücken etwas bestossen und abgeschabt, insgesamt jedoch gut erhalten. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Pileo. Caeterisque capitis tegminibus tam sacris, Quam profanis. Editio novißima aucta, emendata & figuris aneis exornata. - Beigebunden: Bossius, Hieronymus. De toga romana commentarius. Accedit ex Philippo Rubenio iconismus statuae togatae... 2 Bände in 1 Band.

      12mo. Mit Kupfertitel (R. de Hooge), 2 gest. Druckermarken als Titelvign., 17 (st. 18) ganzs. u. 8 kleineren Kupfern im Text sowie 3 bzw. 1 gef. Kupfertaf. 5 Bl., 379 S., 19 Bl. 84 S., 6 Bl. Pgt. d. Zeit m. hs. Rückentitel Rotschnitt. Zweite Ausgabe der Kulturgeschichte der Hüte und Kopfbedeckungen von Anselmus Solerius (d. i. Théophile Raynaud, 1583 o. 1584-1663), die 1655 erstmals unter anderem Pseudonym ohne Illustrationen erschien. Mit reizvollen Kupfern von antiken Statuen, geistlichen Würdenträgern, Vertretern verschiedener Volksgruppen etc. Wie immer beigebunden die Schrift über die römische Toga. - Pgt. etw. fleckig. Exlibris v. 1792 im Innendeckel. Seite 295-300 (m. 1 Kupfer) fehlen und sind durch Kopien ergänzt. Sauber u. wohlerhalten.

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        Iulianu Autokratoros Ta Sozomena, Kai Tu En Hagiois Kyrillu Archiepiskopu Alexandreias Pros Ta Tu En Atheois Iulianu Logoi Deka . Iuliani imp. opera quae supersunt omnia, et S. Cyrilli Alexandriae Archiiepiscopi contra impium Iulianum libri decem. Accedunt Dionysii Petavii in Iulianum notae et aliorum ... Ezechiel Spanhemius graecum Iuliani contextum recensuit ... et observationibus tam ad Iulianum , quam ad Cyrillum , addidit Cum Indicibus necessariis.

      2. 41, 455 S. , 362 , 126 S., 12 Bl. Index, 312 S., 9 Bl. Index, 1 w. Bl. Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz, einige gest. Vignetten. Ganzpergamentband d.Z. mit Rückenschrift. Erste Ausgabe dieser Bearbeitung. VD17-23:296885A. Graesse III, 496. Schweiger I , 185 . Einband gering fleckig, Bibliotheks-Exlibris auf Innendeckel, dezente Bibliothekssignatur am Rücken, gutes Exemplar. Die erhaltenen Werke des römischen Kaisers Julians wurden zuerst gedruckt in der nicht vollständigen Pariser Ausgabe von 1583, dann herausgegeben von Petavius ( Paris 1630 ), die vorliegende Ausgabe bietet erstmals den vollständigen Text mit Kommentar und lateinischer Übersetzung von Spanheim , dazu die berühmten Gegenschriften des Cyrill ( geb. 378 -gest. 444 ) . Recht selten. Schneller Versand auf Rechnung ( Vorauszahlung vorbehalten ) . Versand mit der Post bzw. DHL ( Lieferzeit : D ca. 3-5 Tage, EU ca. 5 - 12 Tage ) .

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        Corpus Juris Civilis - Original von 1624

      Ergänzte und von Jacobus Gothofredus bearbeitete Neufassung in lateinischer Sprache des 1583 erstmals erschienen "Corpus Juris Civils" von Dionysius Gothofredus. Im Gegensatz zu anderen historischen Veröffentlichungen ist hier der gesamte Komplex "Corpus Juris Civilis" in einem Band zusammengefasst - ein extrem seltenes und wertvolles Werk. --- Sollten Sie Interesse daran haben, dann bitte zunächst über "Anfrage" mit mir Kontakt aufnehmen. Denn eine ausführliche Beschreibung der Ausstattung und des Zustandes ist hier leider nicht möglich. Ich informiere gern und umfassend, auch mit Gutachten und Bildern, über das historische Werk. Der hier angegebene Preis gilt als Verhandlungsbasis.

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        Untitled plan of Cremona].

      Antonio Campi,, Cremona, 1583 - ?ÄúThree Ts?Äù city Engraved map on one sheet and one sheet joined. Antonio Campi (1525-1587) was a painter, architect and surveyor from Cremona. He is recorded as making a map of the Territory of Cremona in 1571, later used as a source by Abraham Ortelius; he made a second map of the region, published in 1583 and in 1585 published his Cremona fedelissima Citta et nobilissima colonia de Romani rappresentata in disegno con suo contado, et illustrata d'vna breue historia, delle cose piuÃÄ notabili . containing a map of the territory of Cremona and with this plan included .In parallel, Campi published this large plan of Cremona, engraved by David de Laude, who proudly proclaimed himself a Jew. Cremona is known as the ?ÄúThree Ts?Äù city: Tur??on, the nougat, a typical dessert; Tur??s, the Torrazzo, the large bell tower; and Tet??s, which refers to the local women bosoms . 445 by 860mm. (17.5 by 33.75 inches). Meurer, Fontes Cartographici Orteliani: Campi, not referring to this plan; not traced separately on KVK or COPAC.

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        SAMMELBAND mit 6 Schriften zum Strafrecht aus den Jahren 1572-1581,. eine spätere Ausgabe der Carolina, der Bambergensis, Saurs Strafbuch und Guido de Susaria's Torturenbuch, sowie 2 Statutenbücher.

      - Folio. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln mit Monogramm "P.HK." u. Datierung "1583" (gebräunt u. berieben, einige Wurmstiche, gebrochener Vorderdeckel und 2 Schließen fachgerecht restauriert bzw. erneuert). Enthält: 1. KARL V. (Kaiser), Peinlich Halßgericht. Des Allerdurchleuchtigsten . Keyser Carols des Fünfften, und des Heyligen Römischen Reichs Peinlich Gerichts Ordnung, auff den Reichßtägen zu Augsburg und Regenspurg, in jaren dreissig, und zwey und dreissig gehalten, auffgericht und beschlossen. Frankfurt, N. Basse, 1581. 6 Bl., 29 num. Bl., 1 Bl. weiß. Mit großemTitelholzschnitt und 6 etwa halbseitigen Textholzschnitten (Titelblatt am Außenrand hinterlegt, vereinzelt Unterstreichungen von alter Hand). - Deutsche Ausgabe der 'Carolina', dem ersten und einzigen reichseinheitlichen Strafgesetzbuch. Die 'Carolina' fußte auf der älteren 'Bambergensis' und wurde 1532 nach langjährigen Vorarbeiten verabschiedet. Anfänglich konnte sie sich nur langsam gegen die landesrechtlichen Bestimmungen durchsetzen, trug dann aber "als wahrhaft reformierendes Gesetzeswerk trotz ihrer ausdrücklich subsidiären Geltung zu einer weitgehenden Neugestaltung des Strafrechts bei" (Kaspers 132). Der Titel- und ein Textholzschnitt zeigen Gerichtsverhandlungen, zwei weitere Holzschnitte mit Abbildung verschiedener Folter- und Hinrichtungsmethoden. - 2. BAMBERGISCHE PEINLICHE HALSSGERICHTSSORDNUNG, (Bamberg, J. Wagner, 1580). 4 Bl. (letztes weiß), 72 num. Bl., 20 Bl. (das 2. weiß). Mit Holzschnitt-Titel u. 21 meist ganzseit. Textholzschnitten.- Unter den ersten deutschen Strafgesetzbüchern "hebt sich wegen der geschickten Zusammenfassung des einheimischen Rechts mit den bereits eingedrungenen fremden römisch-italienischen Rechtselementen die 'Bambergische Halsgerichtsordnung' oder 'Constitutio Criminalis Bambergensis' von 1507 heraus" (Kaspers 132). Sie entstand unter der Leitung Johann v. Schwarzenbergs, Hofmeister (Kanzler) des Fürstbistums, der als solcher auch die Aufsicht über das Hofgericht führte. Hier die revidierte Fassung von 1580. "Die Revision der Bambergensis im Jahre 1580 durch den Bischof Johann Georg und seine Räte ist bisher nur als Tatsache hingestellt worden, ohne dass man weiter auf ihre Wichtigkeit eingegangen ist" (Kohler/Scheel II, XXI u. LXXXI). Einzige Ausgabe mit dem schönem Holzschnitt-Titel und einer ganzseitigen Darstellung des Jüngsten Gerichts von Jobst Amman (Becker 139). Die anderen, noch eher mittelalterlich wirkenden Holzschnitte (Moses, Vereidigung von Beisitzern, Vorführung eines Delinquenten durch Gerichtsbüttel, peinliches Verhör, Du sollst nicht falsch Zeugnis geben, Hinrichtungen etc.) sind größtenteils Wiederverwendungen der Originalstöcke von Wolf Traut aus der Erstausgabe (vgl. Thieme/B. 33, 353a). - VD 16 B 266. - 3. SAUR, Abraham, Straff Buch, Das ist: Gründtliche und rechte Underweysung wie heutiges tags, nach allen gemeinen beschriebnen Geistlichen und Weltlichen Rechten, Reichs auch Lands Ordnungen, Statuten, Opinionen der Rechtsgelehrten, und wolhergebrachter gewonheiten, etliche grobe eusserliche Sünde, Frevel und begangne Missethaten, Bürgerlich und peinlich zustraffen gepflogen werden . jetzundt wider von newem an vielen orten mercklich gemehret, und mit schönen Figuren gezieret. Frankfurt/M., N. Basse, 1581. 6 Bl. (letztes weiß), 162 S., 7 Bl. (letztes weiß). Mit kleiner Holzschnitt-Druckermarke, hessischem Wappenholzschnitt und 9 (2 wiederholte) Textholzschnitten (gleichmäßig leicht gebräunt, S. 91 mit kleinem Eckabriss ohne Textverlust, S. 115 mit Einriss) .- Dritte Ausgabe (zuerst 1577). "Den Schluss der deutsch geschriebenen (strafrechtlichen) Literatur des 16. Jahrh. bildet Abraham Saurs Strafbuch . Bemerkenswert (ist) einesteils die steigende Berücksichtigung der Carolina und andernteils die Berücksichtigung der Partikularrechte, unter denen das sächsische in den Vordergrund tritt" (Stinzing/L. I, 634 f). Saur wirkte bis zu seinem Tode (1593) am hessischen Hofgericht in Marburg. Ers [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Americae siue novi orbis nova descriptio" - America Amerika California Virginia Florida map Karte

      Sehr seltene Kupferstich-Karte aus dem Atlas "Le Miroir du Monde (Anvers, 1583), der ersten franzöisischen Ausgabe von "Spieghel der Werelt", einer verkleinerten Ausgabe von Ortelius großem Atlas. Die Karten wurden gestochen von Philipp Galle, den Text lieferte Peter Heyns. - Blattmasse: ca. 18 x 14 cm - Plattenmasse: ca. 11 x 8 cm - gut erhalten. -- Very rare engraved map from the Atlas "Le Miroir du Monde" from 1583, the first french edition of "Spieghel der Werelt, with the maps engraved by Philips Galle and the text by Pieter Heyns. - size of sheet: circa 7 x 5.5 inches - good condition. Dies ist ein Original! - Kein Nachdruck! - Keine Kopie! -- This is an original! - No copy! - No reprint!

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        Ioulianou Autokratoros ta sozomena] [griechisch]. = Iuliani Imperatoris opera, quæ quidem reperiri potuerunt, omnia / Ea vero partim antehac edita, partim nunc primum e manuscriptis eruta, & ad horum fidem accuratissime castigata, Græce, Latineque prodeunt, cum notis. pars prima ... et secunda.

      [Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt mit gestochener allegorischer Vignette] [44 nn S.] 558 S., [2 nn S.] 418 S., [25 nn] S. 4 Ganzpergamenteinband der Zeit. Graesse, III, 496. Schweiger I, 184f. Ebert I,10987 Brunet III, col 596 Die von Brunet gelobte "Vollständiger als die Editios princeps 1583" Ausgabe der Schriften des Römischen Herrsches Julianus Apostata (röm. Kaiser 361-363) in einer kommentierten griechisch/lateinischen Parallelausgabe. Sehr wohlerhaltenes Exemplar in großzügigem zweitspaltigem, Stat.

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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, ejusdemque dissertatione de Mari Libero. Ac libello singulari de aequitate, indulgentia et facilitate: Nec non Johann. Frid. Gronovii V. C. notis in totum opus de Jure Belli ac Pacis. Notula denique addidt J. Barbeyrac. Ausgabe von Johann Friedrich Gronovius und Johannes Barbeyrac

      Hugo Grotius (1583-1645) gilt als der eigentliche Begründer des modernen Natur- und Völkerrechts. Mit gest. Porträt und Frontispiz. Gut erhaltenes Ex.

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        La Bulle de la confirmation et concession des indulgences baillees par nostre sainct pere le Pape Gregoire 13. aux confreres de la société dite du Confalon... Sur l'exe(m)ple & forme de laquelle est dressee la confrairie des penitens, que nostre treschrestien Roy a faict eriger ceste presente annee en sa ville de Paris

      Paris: Michel Jullian, 1583. 8vo (154 x 98 mm). 10, [2] pp. Two full-page woodcuts, of the Virgin of Mercy, on title verso, of a rosary on recto of last leaf, woodcut arms of the Confraternity at end of text (p. 10), woodcut title ornament, headpiece, and initial. Fore-edge border of the Virgin cut and lower edge of rosary cut slightly shaved. 19th-century half calf and pasteboards, red morocco gilt lettering-piece on upper cover, edges stained green, bound with 9 blank leaves at end; worn and stained, upper cover detached. *** Only edition of the official French translation of the Papal Bull issued by Pope Gregory XIII on 12 October 1576, granting indulgences to the Confraternity of Penitents, called the Societas confalonis, as explained in the drop-title on p. 3, "because of the crown or rosary of Our Lady, which they [members of the confraternity] must recite at the canonical hours." The occasion of this publication was the establishment in Paris by the profoundly pious Henri III, in March 1583, of the Confrérie des Pénitents blancs de l'Annonciation Notre Dame (Confraternity of White Penitents of the Annunciation of Our Lady). Inspired by confraternities of penitents which he had seen in Avignon, the King made himself rector of the new Paris confrérie and became a fervid participant in the processions of white-robed penitents which soon paraded through the streets of Paris. The large woodcut of the Virgin, with woodcut caption Mother of All (Mater omnium), shows her protecting members of the Confraternity, two of whom kneel before her, wearing hoods and sporting rosaries and armbands. The final cut shows a large rosary, enclosing letterpress instructions for how to use it (number and order of prayers). According to the colophon, the Bull was translated and published by a Breton friar with the impressive name Christophe Penfeunteniou Cheffontaine, author of several related short tracts including an Apologie de la confrairie des Penitents, published under the same imprint and in the same year as the present pamphlet. It is likely that this little pamphlet was handed out to members of the new Confraternity. No copies in US libraries. OCLC locates copies at the BnF, Mazarine, and Herzog August Bibliothek.

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        Aurelianensis e Societate Jesu Opus de Theologicis Dogmatibus, in hac novissima Editione auctius. [6 Volumes]. Libro de Tridentini Concilii Interpretatione, Libris II. Differationum Ecclesiasticarum, Diatribâ de Potestate Consecrandi, & Libris VIII. De Poenitenia Publica. (Tomus Primus): In quo de Deo uno, Deique proprietatibus agitur. (Tomus Secundus): In quo de Sanctissima Trinitate agitur. (Tomus Tertius): In quo de Angelis, de Mundi opificio, de Pelagianis, ac Semipelagianis, deque Tridentini Concilii interpretatione, & S. Augustini doctrina disseritur. (Tomus Quartus): In quo de Hierarchia Ecclesiastica, de Potestate Consecrandi, deque Poenitentia publica, & praeparatione ad Communionem agitur. (Tomus Quintus): In quo de Incarnatione Verbi libri priores novem. (Tomus Sextus sive Tomi Quinti Pars Secunda): In qua de Incarnatione Verbi Libri posteriores septem, unà cum Appendice ad Librum XIII.

      [4], 464, [8] p., with frontispice / [4], 473, [10] p. / [6], 346, 10 p. / 332, [8] p. / 444 p. / 392 p., all titles in black and red letters, 2 (43x27cm), Interim-Binding (6 Vols.) Denis Pétau (1583-1652), Latinized to Dionysius Petavius, earned a Master of Arts in Greek at Paris. In 1605 he joined the Jesuits. For many years he was professor of divinity at the College de Clermont, the chief Jesuit establishment in Paris. At sixty years of age he stopped teaching, but retained his office of librarian and consecrated the rest of his life to this work, popularly known as the "Dogmata theologica". The first three volumes first appeared in 1644 the last two volumes were published in 1650, but even these left the work unfinished. It was incomplete at the death of the author, and, despite several attempts, never continued. - The covers dirty, bit knocked, with old pasted up damages at the spine, bit chipped, pages uncut, few tolerable worm-holes, no mould-stains else: Vol. I: the first sheets almost loose, Page 85-350 with water-damage (up to 10cm big) Voll. II: Binding bit defect Vol. III: Some water-damages, but without touching the text Vol. IV: Whole book with very strong water-damage. Therefore last sheet with little loss of text Vol. V: back cover with some worm holes Vol. VI.: Worm hole in the lower margin.

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        Annotationes in Novum Testamentum Editio Nova. Recensuit et praefatione de socinianismo Grotio perperam tributo auxit Christ.

      Hugo Grotius (* 10. April 1583 in Delft, Niederlande 28. August 1645 in Rostock) politischer Philosoph, reformierter (calvinistischer) Theologe, Rechtsgelehrter und Aufklärer. Sprach schon als Kind fließend Latein und Griechisch. Wurde mit 16 Anwalt und unterstützte mit seinen Schriften den freien Seehandel seines Landes mit Indien. Seine Streitschriften zu Fragen der Verfassung brachten ihm eine lebenslange Gefängnisstrafe ein und den Verlust seines Vermögens ein. Schließlich konnte er in einer Bücherkiste fliehen seine Tarnung waren theologische Bücher. Bis heute besteht ein Streit zweier niederländischer Museen, wer diese Kiste im Original besitzt. Über Antwerpen floh er nach Paris. Neben anderen Aufgaben widmete er sich ökumenischen Überlegungen. Seine Rückkehr in seine Heimat scheiterte, so dass er auf der Flucht nach Altona und Hamm kam. Im Dreißigjährigen Krieg war er als Botschafter für die schwedische Königin Christina tätig und nahm als solcher an den Verhandlungen zwischen Frankreich und Schweden teil. Grotius ist der Vater des Grundsatzes internationaler Gewässer und ein früher Anhänger der Toleranz in der Religion. Einige nennen ihn Vater des Völkerrechts. Er überlebte einen Schiffbruch nur wenige Tage. Sein Kommentar zum Neuen Testament erschien ein Jahr vor seinem Tod und war wahrscheinlich der Erste, der Johannes 7,53 bis 8,11 (sinngemäß: "Wer ohne Sünde ist, werfe den ersten Stein") als Teil des authentischen Bibeltextes in Zweifel zog. Angeboten werden beide Bände des Neuen Testaments. Im ersten Band hat sich das vorhandene originale Titelblatt gelöst. Betrachten Sie bitte auch die Abbildungen. Ein sehr seltenes Werk.

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        Le droit de la guerre et de la paix - Nouvelle traduction, par Jean Barbeyrac - Tome premier, Tome Second - 1724, Amsterdam

      Nouvelle traduction, par Jean Barbeyrac. Avec les notes de l'Auteur meme, qui n'avoient point encore paru en Francois & de nouvelles Notes du Traducteur. Mit gest. Porträt und mehreren, schönen, gest. Vignetten. Lederbände der Zeit auf 6 Bünden mit 2 Rückenschildern. Dreiseitige Bordüre auf der Deckelaussenkante, dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. XLIII + 1001 S, I. II, III Table, Additions et Corrections und Privilegie. Einband leicht berieben, sonst gut und sauber. Vorsätze verarbeitungsbedingt etwas fleckig. Seiten gut und sauber. Schöner, sauberer Druck. Hugo Grotius, Huigh oder Hugo de Groot (1583 in Delft 1645 in Rostock) war ein niederländischer, politischer Philosoph, reformierter Theologe und Rechtsgelehrter. Er gilt als einer der intellektuellen Gründungsväter des Souveränitätsgedankens, der Naturrechtslehre und des Völkerrechts der Aufklärung. Grotius der als "Vater des Völkerrechts bezeichnet wurde, zählt zu den wesentlichen Gründerpersönlichkeiten des internationalen Rechts. Viele seiner Gedanken finden sich aber auch bei den Thomisten Francisco de Vitoria und Francisco Suarez der Schule von Salamanca. Grotius verfasste neben anderen völkerrechtlichen Schriften dieses Werk (orig. De jure belli ac pacis, 1625 in Paris), das rasch große Verbreitung fand und bis zur Französischen Revolution das Standardwerk der Disziplin blieb.

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        Nonius Marcellus De proprietate sermonis, et Fulgentius Placiades De prisco sermone. Ex vetustissimis codicibus longè emendatiores, & duobus indicibus locupletiores. In eosdem libros virorum doctissimorum Notae, & variarum lectionum libellus

      apud Aegidium Beys, sub signo lilij albi, via Iacobaea, Parisiis 1583 - 2 parti in un volume, in 8°, 18 cm, rilegatura inizio '800 in mezza pergamena, titolo manoscritto al dorso, piatti marmorizzati, tagli colorati; c. (4), 275, (53); 51, (1). Vignetta incisa al frontespizio. La seconda opera ha un proprio frontespizio con la stessa vignetta del primo Molto buono [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Libro de Enfrenamientos de la Gineta

      1583 - Libro de Enfrenamientos de la Gineta por Eugenio Mançanas, ensayador de la casa de la Moneda de Toledo por su Magestad". Impresso en Toledo en casa de Iuan Rodriguez, mercader de libros, 1583. A costa de Pedro Rodríguez mercader de libros. En 8°, encuadernado en piel, rueda dorado en ambos planos, lomo liso con dorados, 4 h., (incluso portada con retrato del autor entallado en madera a la hebra) 38 fol., 3 h. (falto de 1 hoja índice de la tercera parte). La última hoja de colofón facsimil. Numerosas ilustraciones, algunas a toda página, y capitales entalladas en madera a la hebra, según Pérez Pastor: 361 son novedades, respecto a la edición de 1570 además del citado retrato, el escudo del Mecenas última hoja. Los 23 grabados intercalados en el texto son los mismos de la primera edición salvo los de los folios 24 y 28 que están equivocados. Pequeños surcos de polilla en algunas hojas sin afectar al texto. PALAU, 150230. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Variarum liber XII. & Chronicon, ad Theodericum Regem. Jordani , Episcopi Ravennatis de origine actibusque Getarum liber I. quo XII. Caßiodori libros de eadem historia complexus est. Enodii Ticinensis Episcopi Panegyricus Theoderico dictus. G. Fornerii antecessoris Aurel. notae in libros variarum. Cum indice rerum copiosißimo.

      Paris, Sebastian Nivelle, 1583. 4°. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke u. einigen Holzschn.-Initialen u. -Vignetten. 12 Bll., 574 S., 31 Bll., Mod. HPgmt. unter Verwendung älteren Materials m. goldgepr. Rückenschild. Titel m. hinterl. Eckabschnitt (ohne Textverlust). Gebräunt, etw. stockfleckig u. durchg. etw. wasserrandig (zu Beginn u. besonders die letzten Registerbll. stärker). - BM STC, French Books 93; nicht bei Adams (vgl. C 882; Ausgabe Paris, 1589). Versand D: 12,00 EUR Cassiodorus, Flavius Magnus Aurelius (Senatoris), Variarum liber XII. & Chronicon, ad Theodericum Regem. Jordani , Episcopi Ravennatis de origine actibusque Getarum liber I. quo XII. Caßiodori libros de eadem historia complexus est. Enodii Ticinensis Episcopi Panegyricus Theoderico dictus. G. Fornerii antecessoris Aurel. notae in libros variarum

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