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        Tartariae sive Magni Chami Regni Typus

      Antwerpen, 1584. 35,2 : 47,2 cm.. Van den Broecke, M.: Ortelius Atlas Maps, No. 163. - Schöne original altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte der Tartarei von A. Ortelius. Zeigt einen großen Teil Asiens vom Schwarzen Meer mit Russland, Teilen von China, einer frühen Erwähnung Japans sowie die Westküste von Amerika mit Kalifornien. Dekoriert mit zwei Galeonen, zwei großen Kartuschen, einem fliegenden Fisch und mehreren Zelten. Aus der lateinischen Ausgabe des Theatrum Orbis Terrarum von 1584, rückseitig mit lateinischem Text. Die wunderschöne, original alte Handkolorierung wirkt erstaunlich frisch. - Kleine Einrisse im Rand hinterlegt. Sehr gute Erhaltung. - Beautiful original old coloured copper engraved map of the Tartary by A. Ortelius. Showing large part of Asia from Black Sea with Russia, parts of China, a curious early treatment of Japan and a early treatment of the West Coast of America with California. This map represents the earliest obtainable map to name California. Decorated with two galleons, two large cartouches, a flying fish and several tents. From the 1584 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Latin text on verso. - Small tears in margin backed. A very good copy.

      [Bookseller: Götzfried Antique Maps]
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        DE VITA ET REBUS GESTIS SANCTORUM BERGOMATUM COMMENTARII Quos olim a M. Antonio Benalio, immatura morte sublato, imperfectos relictos, Io. Antonius Guarnerius Canonicus ex decreto Decurionum Bergomatum quam diligentissimè expoliuit et auxit.

      Bergomi, Typis Comini Venturae, 1584. In-8 p. (mm. 202x145), p. pergam. molle coeva con legacci, tit. ms. al dorso, 5 cc.nn. (inclusa la c. di imprimatur), 136 cc.num., stemma silografato al frontespizio. La c. d?'errata al fine non è presente (come in molti esemplari). Storia ecclesiastica e civile, della provincia di Bergamo, non comune. Cfr. Coleti,I, p. 16, che dà come autore dell?'opera il Guarnerius. Fresco esempl., ben conservato.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Malavasi sas]
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        I DIECI LIBRI DELL’ARCHITETTURA DI M. VITRUVIO Tradotti e commentati da Mons. Daniel Barbaro eletto Patriarca d’Aquileia, da lui riveduti & ampliati; & hora in più commoda forma ridotti.

      Venezia, appresso Francesco de?' Franceschi, 1584. In-8 (mm. 242 x 180), p. pelle mod., eleganti cornici decorate e tit. oro ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con fregi oro, tagli marmorizz., 4 cc.nn., 505 pp.num., ornato da capilettera figur. e illustrato da numerose xilografie nel t. di vario formato. Terza edizione della traduzione del Barbaro, che deriva da quella veneziana del 1567, con nuovi legni per le xilografie. Il quarto capitolo del V libro di Vitruvio è dedicato all?'armonia e alla proporzione armonica in relazione all?'architettura. Nel trattato vi sono alcuni esempi di pentagrammi musicali, schemi armonici e una tavola nella quale l?'armonia è distinta in tre generi: armonico, cromatico e diatonico. L?'interesse per queste teorie fu in stretta correlazione con alcune problematiche connesse col teatro e con l?'acustica. Con il risveglio culturale del Quattrocento fu ripresa la teoria pitagorica dell?'armonia, teoria che Vitruvio aveva affrontato nel suo trattato, ma che aveva limitato all?'acustica teatrale, seguendo l?'impostazione del ?"Timeo?" platonico. Questa ristampa della traduzione del Barbaro, a 17 anni dall?'edizione precedente, si rese necessaria per l?'irreperibilità del volume, a conferma dell?'estrema importanza e fortuna della lezione dello studioso veneto. Cfr. Studi e documenti d?'architettura, n. 8, 45 - Fowler,413 - Cicognara,720. Leggerm. corto del marg. sup.; con lievi aloni margin. e qualche ingiallitura o fiorit., ma certamente un buon esemplare.

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        Della rhetorica di Giason Denores libri tre, ne' quali, oltra i precetti dell'arte, si contengono vinti orationi tradotte de' pi? famosi, & illustri philosophi, & oratori: con gli argomenti loro, discorsi, tauole, & ruote, .

      appresso Paolo Megietto, libraro in Padoa 1584 In 8, pp. 264. Rilegat. t. pergamena, due tasselli e fregi in oro al dorso. Due marche tipog. xilograf. sul frontespizio e in fine raffiguranti ovale con all'interno una pianta di granturco e ai lati due galli. Motto: Non comedetis fruges mendacii. Capilettera, testatine e una carta ripiegata con rifilatura al margine esterno. Un quarto delle carte presente bruniture. Due fori di tarlo alle prime carte ed alle pagine centrali che non ledono il testo.

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        Histoire des Troubles et Guerre Civile du Pays de Flandres: l'origine et progres d'icelle les Stratagemes des guerre: siegemens et expugnation des Villes et Forteresses: L'Estat de la religion depuis l'an 1559 insques a present. 5 books in 1 volume

      Lyon: Jean Stratius. G : in good condition. Later rebind. Some leather to coners missing. Rubbed and scufffed. Gilt tooling still bright. 1584. Second Edition. Leather cover. 170mm x 110mm (7" x 4"). 367pp. title page wood cut engraving; begining of each 'book' has engraved header. Woodcut full page plate of 'La Figure du Duc L'Albe'. Divise en cinq livres. [History of the Disturbances and Civil War of the Country of Flanders Containing the origins and progress the Stratagy of the wars: sieges and expugnation of the Cities and Fortresses: The state of religion since 1559 to the present]. Some pages missing from table content at front from letter A-F with others mis-bound and wrongly paginated at front and back. Pages 353 - 358 missing - begining of book 5. Notes and pen inscriptions from previous owners on eps and title page. .

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        Aegyptvs Antiqva

      Antwerp, Ortelius, Abraham, 1584. Egypt. "Aegyptus Antiqua". Orig. copper-engraving, A. Ortelius, Antwerp, 1584. Orig. old colouring. With 3 decorative cartouches (one with inset map of Alexandria with its environs, 8,5:11 cm) and great architectural cartouche with 2 pyramids. Printed from two plates, not joined. 79,5:49 cm (31 1/4 x 19 1/4 inch.).. V. d. Broecke Nr. 219 und 220; Koeman III, maps 8650H/1:31A and 8650H/2:31A, ed. 31:030 (1584 Latin). - A very decorative Ortelius' two sheet map of Ancient Egypt, extending from the mouth of the Nile to the Mediterranean Sea in the North to the source of the Nile in the South. - Two sheets with full margins, not joined.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek]
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        Münzordnung]. Gedrucktes Mandat.

      Wien, 20. IX. 1584. - Einblattdruck. 1 S. Qu.-Folio (515:386 mm). Mit papiergedecktem Siegel über rotem Wachs. Gefaltet. Verbot ungarischer "Dreyer" (Denare, Soldinen) in Niederösterreich, da "auch in und umb unser Hauptstatt Wienn durch solche Hungerische weisse Müntz unter wellicher je lenger je mehr falsche und ungerechte, vielleicht aus der Türckey oder derley Ortten, herrürende Dreyer befunden, die gute guldene und silberne Reichsmüntz, insonderhait die guten gültigen Taller, auffgewertet, und ohne zahl aus diesen unsern Landen [.] an frembde ortt verfüert werden". "Binnen drei Monaten haben alle ungarischen Dreier ausgewechselt zu sein, und zwar ist ein ungarischer Dreier gleich 2½ Wiener Pfennige" (Starzer). - Dorsalvermerke des 17. Jhs. zum Inhalt. Unter dem Urkundentext rechts: "Commissio domini electi imperatoris in consilio". Links mit eigenh. Zeichnung des niederösterreichischen Vize-Statthalters Oswald Frhr. von Eytzing und des Kanzlers Dr. Gregor von Ödt, rechts des Eustach von Althan und des Dr. Elias Corning. Starzer, Regesten aus dem k. k. Archiv für Niederösterreich (1906), Nr. 5564. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat INLIBRIS Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Andegavensium ditionis vera et integra descriptio.

      Plantinus., Antuerpiae. 1584 - Carta geografica tratta dal Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Nomenclator Ptolemaicus, incisa in rame, acquarellata, parte incisa di cm. 35 x 47 , su foglio di cm. 43 x 54. Cartiglio in alto a destra. Scala in basso a sinistra. Sul retro descrizione della carta.

      [Bookseller: Libreria M. T. Cicerone]
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        DAVIDIS REGIS AC PROPHETAE, PSALMORVM LIBER.

      ex officina Christophori Plantini,, Antverpiae, 1584 - Psautier latin du 16e siècle. La tradition attribue les psaumes au roi David, mais la réalité est plus complexe, seuls 73 des 150 psaumes lui sont attribuables. Les psaumes, transmis par voie orale pendant presque mille ans, sont très importants dans les rituels chrétiens et juifs. 267-13 pp. in-24, Reliure d'époque plein veau naturel, vrai dos orné à 5 nerfs (coiffes très usées, avec manque, mors légèrement fendus, frottements; pièce de titre brun, tranches ocre rouge.

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        Prussiae regionis Sarmatiae Europeae nobiliss(imae) vera et nova descriptio.

      Antwerpen 1584,. Kolorierter Kupferstich, 41 x 35 cm. Breitrandig und sehr gut erhalten. Prachtexemplar! (aus Abraham Ortelius: Additamentum III. Theatri Orbis Terrarum. Antwerpen: Plantijn 1584).. * Das von dem Mühlhausener Pfarrer Caspar Henneberger geschaffene neue Kartenbild des Preussenlandes (die Erstausgabe war 1576 als grosser Holzschnitt im Format 106 x 96 cm bei Georg Osterberger in Königsberg erschienen) gelangte in die Hände des bedeutenden Landkartenstechers Abraham Ortelius in Antwerpen, der die Karte verkleinerte und 1584 als Kupferstich in seinen Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" aufnahm. Aus der grossformatigen Vorlage hat Ortelius auch die ungewöhnlichen dreierlei Meilenmasse übernommen: grosse, mittlere und kleine Meilen. Diese Differenzierungen hatte Henneberger aus den Informationen der bei der Anfertigung der Karte befragten preussischen Fuhrleute entnommen: je nach Jahreszeit und Bodenbeschaffenheit kam man auf gefrorenen, trockenen oder schlammigen Wegen mehr oder weniger zügig voran, deshalb schienen die Distanzen zwischen den Orten grösser oder kleiner zu sein. Auch landeskundliche Details hat Ortelius von Henneberger übernommen: Vor der Samlandküste finden sich zwei Hinweise, dass man hier bei bestimmten Windrichtungen viel Bernstein finden könne: "Flante Zephyro hic multum Succini colligitur" (bei Westwind wird hier viel Bernstein gesammelt), in der Rominter Heide sind drei Hirsche und ein Jagdhaus "Romittisch Jagdtpude" eingezeichnet. (Jäger: Prussia-Karten Nr.19)

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Ruthild Jäger]
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        Beschrijvinghe der Zee Custen vant Landt va Argarbe En ee deel vande Condado, Soe hem tlandt aldaer verthoonten in ghendaente en mesen is -- Algarbae orae maritimae, et partis Coridadae accurata descriptio, ac facies navigantibus apparens.

      Antwerp: 1584 - Fine original hand colored map of the Algarve coastline (southern Portugal bordering the Mediterranean) from Waghenaer's "Spieghel der Zeevaerdt", the earliest one of this region. Mariners' Mirror was an atlas of nautical charts and sailing directions, with navigating instructions for western European coasts, the first of its kind in maritime cartography which set the standard for future map makers. Engraved by Baptist and Jan van Doetecum. With a highly ornate blue and rose bordered cartouche & sea monsters and galleons below. Image: 20 1/8 x 14", paper size: 20 1/4 x 14". Issued folded; with a small marginal repair to the top edge of the map near the fold, very good condition. "This work holds a unique place among the printed rutters of the sea in the 16th century because it is the first printed rutter with charts. Further, it outranks any other rutter of its period, with its splendid presentation of charts and text; as such it stood as a model for the folio-size pilot-guides with charts in the 17th century. Thanks to the unparalleled skill of the engravers, Baptist and Johannes van Deutecom, the original ms. charts by Waghenaer were transformed into the most beautiful maps of the period. The composition and the adornment have greatly contributed to the splendour of what originally were simple sketch-charts; the typography of the Plantijn printing house at Leiden further added to the quality of the book. In its concept, the text follows the traditional composition of the 16th century pilot-guides but the charts form a new element. One remarkable feature is the coastal profiles projected onto the land along the coasts, further elucidated by profiles drawn in the open areas of the charts. There is no evidence that Waghenaer copied his charts from existing sources. Some of them must have been based on his personal observations and for the whole of the work he must have relied on his own rich experience in practical navigation". (Koeman)

      [Bookseller: Antipodean Books, Maps & Prints, ABAA]
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        Thietmarsiae Holstatiae Regionis Partis Typus. [Image of Dittmarschen, a part of Holstein, by Petrus Boeckel] [AND] Rugiae, Usedomiae et Iulinae. [A true image of Rügen and Iulinia, Islands of Wandalica. 1584].

      [Abraham Ortelius]. (circa1584)., [Antwerp]. - Two maps printed on the one sheet, with text on verso in French. The left hand map is after Boeckel, and depicts the region in Germany earlier known as Dietmarschen, with monster in the Elbe River. On the right is an east oriented map of the northern region of Germany and the coast of the Baltic Sea around Rugen. Occasional very pale foxing barely affecting the image itself, crease to the right of centrefold, nevertheless a most attractive map in good condition, attractive hand colour, each map measures 30.5 x 19.2.

      [Bookseller: Asia Bookroom ANZAAB/ILAB]
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        Lenz geth ins nezl, das ist: gründliche Widerlegung, unnd außsteuberung deß langen Buechs, M. Salomonis Lenz, bey der newen Pfarr;. In welcher erwiesen wirdt, wie. er sich ober den Purlanen Standt erhebt,. Straubing, S. Haan 1631. 4°. 4Bll. 436S. 2Bll. Prgt. d. Zt.

      - VD17 12:110884P - De Baker-S. III, 420 - Ernst Georg (1584-1662) war Domprediger in Regensburg; Beteiligter war Lenz Salomon (1584-1647).- Nur gering gebräunt, Ebd. etw. fleckig

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Müller]
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        M. VERRII FLACCI QUÆ EXTANT. ET SEX. POMPEI FESTI DE VERBORUM SIGNIFICATIONE

      Paris: Arnold Sittart, 1584; [Heidelberg]: Peter Santandrea, 1583. n. Hardcover. 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.

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        DE DOTE TRACTATUS EX VARIIS IURIS CIVILUS INTERPRETIBUS DECERPTI.

      HARSY, LYON 1584 - R260128179: 849 pages + index. Plein cuir marron, dos à 6 nerfs. Pièce de titres rouge, titres dorés. Texte en latin sur 2 colonnes. Léger manque au niveau de la coiffe en pied. Manques sur les plats très frottés. Auréoles d'humidité sur plusieurs pages. Accrocs sur la page de titres fragilisée par l'humidité. In-Folio Relié plein cuir. Etat d'usage. Couv. défraîchie. Dos fané. Mouillures Classification Dewey : 870-Littératures des langues italiques. Littérature latine [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Ritterliche Reutter Kunst darinen ordentlich begriffen wie mann zuvorderst die ritterliche und adeliche Ubung der Reutteren (...)

      . Frankfurt am Main, Martin Lecher for Sigmund Feyrabend, 1584. Folio (31.1 x 20.3 cm). [48], ccliiii, [viii]. Half page woodcut illustration on title, printed in red and black; one double-page, and 21 full-page woodcut illustrations, mainly of warriors (most on horseback, some quite exotic), and 133 half-page woodcut illustrations (many on combat, and 60 illustrating a long poem), plus 133 smaller woodcut figures within the text (some repeated) including some elaborate tailpieces, and the printer's large, intricate allegorical vignette on a single leaf in the rear. In total 298 woodcuts excluding the individually engraved capitals. Bound in blind-stamped contemporary vellum. Edges red.* Beautifully illustrated and very rare Renaissance work on knightly horsemanship, horse-training, horse-breeding, horseshoes, etc. The plates are by the Swiss artist Jost Amman (1539-1591). The author was the former master of the royal stables, and only known by his initials, L.V.C. This book is renowned for its stunning illustrations of knights and horses in action. The full-page illustrations include warriors from other continents (Africa, the Americas, etc.). Title-page expertly backed, later flyleaves. A few leaves with minor tears or old repairs in the margin. Vellum with former owner's initials on front panel, dated 1601, slightly worn and a bit soiled. However, in all a very good and complete copy. There are only a few auction records of complete copies in the last 40 years. Those copies that we could trace, all have staining or other problems of the kind and were certainly not as nice and clean as this one. Rare in such good condition. Hiler, 753; Nissen ZBI, 4764..

      [Bookseller: Dieter Schierenberg BV]
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        La Vieux Natura Brevium, Dernierment Corrigee et Amend', &c

      1584. Tottel, 1584 [Natura Brevium]. La Vieux Natura Brevium, Dernierment Corrigee et Amend', &c. Nouelment Imprimee. London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1584. 180, [4] ff. 12mo. (5-3/4" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind-stamped insignia and monogram "WC," and later blind stamp "SC" to upper corner, raised bands. Moderate rubbing to extremities with wear to spine ends and corners, front hinge starting. Occasional light dampstaining. Despite these minor impediments, a well-preserved, highly desirable copy in its original state. * Natura Brevia are books containing writs with descriptive commentary. They were indispensible handbooks for lawyers and clerks. This edition stands apart from the numerous editions produced during the sixteenth century because it was printed by Richard Totell [fl. 1553-1594]. Totell was an important London printer who owned the patent for many common law books. Walker, Oxford History of Law 867. English Short-Title Catalogue S113106. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books T97.

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        Rechten ende costumen van Antwerpen

      Ceulen 1584. Gebonden in originele contemporaine kalfslederen band, 415+62pp., 19.5x15cm., goede staat. Mee ingebonden: Ordonnantie ende verhael banden ........ Book of legal proceedings of late medieval

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        Articulorum symboli apostoli de filio dei nostro Jesu Christo, homine nato, passo, mortuo, resussitato, ascendente in coelos, & sedente ad dextram Dei Patris omnipotentis.

      Ioan Cratonus 1584 - - Ioan Cratonus, Wittenberg 1584, in 8, 534pp. (2bc) et une page de titre pour la deuxième oeuvre ''de Eucharistia'', et 1f. d'errrata., Un Vol. relié. - Ouvrage de métaphysique réunissant deux oeuvres en édition originale. Absent à Brunet. Pleine peau de truie estampée (reliure allemande), dos à 4 nerfs et plats avec une frise d'encadrement contenant une femme au miroir, le christ, un navire (motifs répétés plusieurs fois), et un rectangle central avec motifs renaissances. Traces de lacets. Deux bordures ouvertes. Tâches et titre à la plume illisible. P 325 déchirée en bas. Papier plus ou moins roussi. Manque une page de garde. David Chystraeus, théologien et humaniste allemand, célèbre de son temps et après sa mort, il fut considéré comme le dernier des pères de l'église luthérienne, d'ailleurs seul Luther peut lui être comparé pour la solidité de ses oeuvre et sa production prolifique, plus de 87 oeuvres. 534pp. (2bc) et une page de titre pour la deuxième oeuvre ''de Eucharistia'', et 1f. d'errrata. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        DISPUTATIO PHYSICA, DE NATURA, ET RELIQUIS CORPORIS NATURALIS MOTIONUM CAUSSIS, Proposita in inclyta Heidelbergensi Academia a M. Sebastiano Blossio Minsingensi . Quam respondendo pro Ingenii viribus tueri conabitur Ioannes Melchior Weissenberger .

      Johannes Spies 1st first edition, Heidelberg (Germany) 1584 - Quarto vellum spined boards (probably newer using old material) Titlepage + Epigramma +33 unnumbered pages. Starting with a question, there are LXXXIIII propositions and Appendix. Some creases to titlepage and margin of one other leaf else exceptionally clean and crisp. *Sebastian Bloss was Professor of Medicine at Heidelberg in 1584, later at Ulm and finally in Tuebingen where he died.His most famous work was on the plague. Scarce - only 3 copies in German libraries none in the UK,but not in GM, Durling, Waller, Wheeler or Wellcome. 1 volume.

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        Le Imprese Illustri. Aggiuntovi nuovam. il Quarto Libro da Vincenzo Ruscelli da Viterbo.

      Francesco dè Franceschi Senese 1584 RUSCELLI Girolamo. Le Imprese Illustri. Aggiuntovi nuovam. il Quarto Libro da Vincenzo Ruscelli da Viterbo. Al Serenissimo Principe Guglielmo Gonzaga Duca di Mantova e Monferrato. In Venetia, appresso Francesco dè Franceschi Senese, 1584. Per il Quarto Libro, 1583. 4 parti in un volume in 8vo, pp. 28n.nn., 496; 8, 82. Frontespizio generale inciso da Giacomo Franco, altri tre frontespizi incisi. 145 emblemi nel testo anche a piena pagina. Due a doppia pagina. Pergamena coeva, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro. La migliore e più completa edizione di uno dei più importanti libri di emblemi del XVI secolo. STC Italian, pag. 593; Adams R, 955; Brunet, IV, 1463: "Edition la plus complete"; Cicognara,1949: "Opera ben eseguita, ed eruditamente lllustrata".

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        DISPUTATIO PHYSICA, DE NATURA, ET RELIQUIS CORPORIS NATURALIS MOTIONUM CAUSSIS, Proposita in inclyta Heidelbergensi Academia a M. Sebastiano Blossio Minsingensi .. Quam respondendo pro Ingenii viribus tueri conabitur Ioannes Melchior Weissenberger

      Heidelberg (Germany): Johannes Spies 1st first edition, 1584. Hardcover. Very Good. Quarto vellum spined boards (probably newer using old material) Titlepage + Epigramma +33 unnumbered pages. Starting with a question, there are LXXXIIII propositions and Appendix. Some creases to titlepage and margin of one other leaf else exceptionally clean and crisp. *Sebastian Bloss was Professor of Medicine at Heidelberg in 1584, later at Ulm and finally in Tuebingen where he died.His most famous work was on the plague. Scarce - only 3 copies in German libraries none in the UK,but not in GM, Durling, Waller, Wheeler or Wellcome.

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        Gesù con Apostolo in riva al lago.

      Sec. XVI. - Olio su tela in cornice coeva. Cm. 144 X 98 ca. Il dipinto offerto dalla nostra Libreria raffigura "La chiamata di Sant'Andrea" di Federico Barocci conservato a Bruxelles, Musée Royaux del Beaux Arts: questa composizione fu replicata per la corte di Spagna negli anni 1584-88. Il quadro si differenzia da quello del Barocci, cm. 315 x 235, sia per la dimensione che per l'ottica assai più ravvicinata con cui è vista la scena: la parte centrale dello sfondo del dipinto risulta infatti molto più dettagliata e in primo piano di quello di Bruxelles, mentre invece vi scompaiono il barcaiolo in piedi sulla destra e la prua della barca sulla sinistra.

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        DAVIDIS Regis ac Propheate Psalmorum Liber. Ad exempar Complutense. (Texto griego-latino en portada).

      - Antuerpiae, Christophori Plantini, 1584, 12 x 8,5 cm., plena piel, lomo cuajado, 267 págs. + 6 h. (Ejemplar completo aunque tiene 4 hojas mal encuaernadas. Texto a dos columnas paralelas griego latino de los 150 Salmos de David siguiendo la edición del Cardenal Cisneros).

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        Annotations de M. Laurens Joubert, sur toute la chirurgie de M. Guy de Chauliac. Avec l'interprétation des langues du dit Guy (c'est-à-dire l'explication de ses termes les plus obscurs) divisée en quatre classes : la chascune estant rengee selon l'ordre de l'alphabet.

      Lyon, Etienne Michel, 1584. - In-8, 18, (12), 404, (8) pp., portrait, figures dans le texte, pleine basane granitée, dos orné, motifs à la Du Seuil sur les plats, tranches rouges (rel. XIXe siècle) ; page de titre et portrait manquants, le titre a été remplacé au 19e siècle par une page manuscrite (portant la date 1579 -date du privilège-), certains feuillets légèrement roussis, taches rousses à quelques feuillets; .mouillures aux derniers feuillets. Édition originale des Annotations. Elles seront ensuite publiées à la suite des éditions ultérieures de Laurent Joubert de La Grande Chirurgie. Cet ouvrage, publié un an après la mort de Joubert, comporte une longue dédicace, les annotations portant sur chacun des sept traités de Guy de Chauliac et l'interprétation des langues. Cette « interprétation des langues » est une sorte de glossaire en quatre parties : dictions anatomiques, dictions pathologiques, médicaments, instruments et opérations chirurgicales ; la dernière partie renferme les gravures qui représentent des instruments de chirurgie et qui ont été empruntées pour la plupart à Ambroise Paré. La Grande Chirurgie de Guy de Chauliac a été imprimée originellement en 1478 (Printing and the Mind of Man, 21 ; En Français dans le Texte, 28 ; Garrison & Morton, 5556 et 3666.83). C'était le premier livre médical de cette importance publié en français, écrit avec méthode et clarté, et regroupant toutes les connaissances médico-chirurgicales du XIVe siècle. Guy de Chauliac est considéré comme le plus grand chirurgien du Moyen Age. Laurent Joubert (1529-1583) fut professeur et chancelier de l'université de Montpellier, médecin de Henri III et du roi de Navarre. Pourvu d'une grande érudition et possédant d'indéniables qualités littéraires, Joubert écrivit plusieurs ouvrages, qui font partie des oeuvres médicales les plus importantes de la Renaissance. cf. Nicaise (Guy de Chauliac), 45 (pp. CXLVII-CXLVIII) ; Waller, 5201 (édition de 1598). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        LE METAMORFOSI RIDOTTE DA GIO. ADREA DELL' ANGUILLARA IN OTTAVA RIMA. CON LE ANNOTAZIONI DI M. GIOSEPPE HOROLOGGI E GL ARGOMENTI E POSTILLE DI M. FRANCESCO TURCHI.

      BERNARDO GIUNTI, Vinegia 1584 - OVIDIUS. LE METAMORFOSI RIDOTTE DA GIO. ADREA DELL' ANGUILARA IN OTTAVA RIMA. CON LE ANNOTAZIONI DI M. GIOSEPPE HOROLOGGI E GL ARGOMENTI E POSTILLE DI M. FRANCESCO TURCHI. Vinegia, Bernardo Giunti 1584.[Figurato prima edizione Giuntina] ( cm. 24 ) bella piena pergamena XVIII sec. tassello in oro al dorso, tagli spruzzati. --- cc. 8 nn., pp. 547 + 1p. bianca. Magnifico frontis figurato e 15 bellissime tavv. a piena pagina entro superba cornice, argomenti ai canti entro ricca cornice allegorica. Il tutto inciso in rame da Jacopo Franco, allievo di Agostino Carraci. Prima tiratura e prima edizione giuntina di questa celebre opera, ben superiore alla seconda tiratura con rami stanchi e altre differenze ampiamente descritte in CAMERINI, MORTIMER, GAMBA E GRAESSE E BRUNET il quale la considera " La plus recherchèe des anciennes editions.". Antico restauro integrativo, settecentesco, in basso alle prime otto carte, per strappo, con perdita di molte parole, dell' angolo basso della prima incisione e dell' angolo del frontis che è stato anche foderato. Alcuni lievi aloni all' inizio e in fine, peraltro esemplare molto bello e fresco con incisioni nitidissime e sempre valido per l' ingente apparato iconografico. Ex libris nobiliare alla sguardia. --- CAMERINI p. 471 n° 28;--- GAMBA 1556;--- CHOIX 4947;--- PAITONI III 57;--- MORTIMER 343;--- BM. STC. 482;--- GRAESSE V 94;--- BRUNET IV 294.[f16] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Breve instruttione de' confessori. Divisa in due libri, nella qual si contiene tutto quello che deve sapere, & fare il savio Confessor per salvar l'anime, & tutto quello che debba haver il Penitente per conseguir il frutto di cosi mirabil medicina.

      Giulio Cesare Cagnacini., Ferrara. 1584 - In 16°, p. perg. molle, cc.nn. 22 + cc. n. 299. Front. fig. Marca tipografica al centro dell'ultima c. Esempl. rifilato. Lieve gora lungo i marg. di colore blu. Tracce di tarli che ledono pochissime lettere . Ex libris incollato all'int. della cop. ant.

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        Breviloquium scholasticae theologiae in quatuor libros Magistri Sententiarum ?.

      Salamanca, heirs of Mathias Gastius, 1584. - Woodcut vignette on title-page, woodcut initials. (8 ll.), 160, 254, 156, 171, (1) pp., (18 ll.). 4°, contemporary vellum (recased, new endpapers), fore-edge cover extensions, edges sprinkled red. Date supplied in arabic numbers in ink on title-page. In very good condition. ---- FIRST EDITION of this commentary on the @Sentences of Peter Lombard.---- Ruiz Fidalgo 1137. Palau 207440. Nic. António, @Nova, I, 455. @Catálogo colectivo O591. BL @Pre?1601 Spanish STC (1989) p. 145. Not located in NUC. OCLC: EQO. Not located in Hollis. Melvyl cites a copy (2 copies?) at CSL. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Arbol de consideracion y varia doctrina plantado en el ca[m]po fertilissimo de los venerables mysterios de la semana sa[n]cta : del qual se corta[n] siete ramos muy hermosos q[ue] se reparte[n] a los q[ue] van en la processio[n] el Domingo de Ramos, vno para cada dia desta semana, y son siete co[n]sideraciones principales de la Passion del Redemptor, y estos ramos estan cargados de flores y frutos de otras consideraciones particulares de diuersas materias agradables y prouechosas para todo christiano en qualquier tiempo ; vna Adicion de los mysterios de la resurrection del Redemptor ; y la Vida de Adam ; y la del Antechristo y la de los siete durmientes y otras cosas dignas de saber

      en casa de Juan Rodriguez, Toledo 1584 - 457 Pp. Description: Contemporary brown calf hardbound, gilt title/design on spine cover framed border of boards, brown marbled end papers, full red leaf edge (stamped author/partial title on right leaf edge), engraved architectural/foliate title page, woodcut ornaments and initials, ornate engravings throughout text, (in addition, 13 Pp Table at rear). Dimensions: 11 9/16" x 8 1/2" x 2 1/4." Condition: Good; peripheral loss to edges of title page with some staining, very small chip at corner of title page lower left leaf corner (title page to page 8), tiny earmark of lower left leaf corner (page 8-27), small to moderate chip of upper right rear pages (page 405- 457), few worm holes at right margin (no interference with text; exception to a few margin notes at right, predominantly seen from page 300 to 457), damp stain/puckering of some text pages areas throughout text; see images for condition example, tight spine, very light foxing of text, clean and legible text. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rerum Burgundicarum libri sex, in quibus describuntur res gestae Regum, Ducum, Comitumque utriusque Burgundiae , ac in primis Philippi Audacis, Ioannis Intrepidi, Philippi Boni.Caroli Pugnacis , qui e Valesia Francorum Regum familia apud Burgundos imperarunt. Cum Indice rerum memorabilium. [Ensemble : ] Genealogiae praecipuarum aliquot e Gallia, Francica, ac Belgica familiarum, De quibus in praecedenti historia maxime agitur, ac ad eius intelligentiam plurimum conducentes. Liber sextus.

      Ex officina Christophori Plantini, 1584 - - Ex officina Christophori Plantini, Antverpiae (Anvers) 1584-1583, in Folio (33x22,5cm), (8) 192pp. (12) et (12) 99pp., relié. - Edition originale de cette histoire des Pays-Bas et des ducs de Bourgogne. Brunet, 24969. Absent à Graesse. Plein Vélin d'époque. Dos à nerfs janséniste. Filets d'encadrement à froid sur les plats. Traces de lacets. Une fente de 2,5cm au mors supérieur en coiffe. Quelques tâches sur les plats. Une tâche brune en marge supérieure sur les premiers feuillets (1,5cm). 9 tableaux généalogiques se présentant sur une double page ont été renforcés d'une bande de papier, sans doute étaient-ils détachés ou fragiles. La restauration est scrupuleuse et ancienne. De la page 44 à 89 du sixième livre, pages brunies avec une auréole blanche en marge basse. Manque les pages de garde. Pontus Heuter (Heuterus) de Delft (1535-1602), fut le premier à écrire une histoire des Pays-bas en tant que nation, et non plus seulement une histoire des provinces qui forment les Pays-Bas. Ce sont les ducs de Bourgogne, qui progressivement et originellement rassemblèrent, par achat, mariage ou contrats, les provinces formant les Pays-Bas. Le premier livre s'intéresse donc à l'origine des ducs de Bourgogne, le second à Philippe Le Hardi (1364-1404), le troisième à Jean Sans Peur (1404-1419), le quatrième à Philippe Le Bon (1419-1467), le cinquième à Charles le Témeraire (1467-1477). Le sixième livre, bien que possédant sa propre page de titre, était vendu avec les cinq premiers. Il a pour sujet la généalogie des familles de France et des Pays-Bas (nombreuses planches généalogiques). L'exemplaire est bien complet de la dédicace à Philippe II d'Espagne, continuateur de l'oeuvre unificatrice de Charles Quint. Cette dernière fut éliminée de nombreux exemplaires, Anvers était alors sous autorité calviniste et il pouvait être dangereux de célébrer un roi catholique. A plusieurs reprises on trouve cette mention manuscrite : Boniface Avignon, d'Arles. (8) 192pp. (12) et (12) 99pp. [Attributes: First Edition; Signed Copy; Hard Cover]

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        Dione Cassio Niceo historico greco, de’ fatti de’romani dalla guerra di Candia, fino alla morte di Claudio Imperatore; tradotto di greco in latino per Guglielmo Xilandro d’Augusta, e nuovamente nella nostra lingua ridotto per M Francesco Baldelli. (21x15), (12),(3),xlv, 843 pp. + XIV 367pp. Reliure parchemin de l’époque.

      In Venetia appresso i Gioliti. MDLXXXIIII. 1584 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Primera Parte (Segunda, Tercera, Quarta, Quinta) de la Introductión del Symbolo de la Fe.

      Domingo de Portonariis, Zaragoza 1584 - 20x27. 7h. 604pp. 2h.+4h. 229pp. (Falta la portada de la primera parte, la portada de la independiente quinta parte sí está.) Hermosos iniciales xilográficos. Pergamino. La falta de portada siempre complica la tarea del librero a la hora de establecer precisamente a qué edición pertenece el ejemplar, sobre todo en un caso como este, de un libro tan sumamente popular que pasó por nada menos de 6 ediciones en 2 años. Palau cita 2 ediciones de Domingo de Portonariis de 1583, pero algunas de las licencias de este ejemplar están fechadas en 1884; en todo caso la paginación no coincide, ya que va seguida en las primeras 4 partes. La quinta parte Hieronymo Margarit, Barcelona 1614, Palau 108168. Una haja mal colocada, algunos errores de paginación, faltas marginales en las últimas hojas, estrecho de márgenes, con algunas ntoas marginales afeitados, un par de sellos. En total, un ejemplar algo manoseado, pero completo aparte de la falta de la portada del primer libro. Envíos para España: el pago contra reembolso conlleva un recargo de 2 Euros.

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        Institutiones Iuris Canonici. Quibus Ius Pontificium Singulari Methodo Libris Quatuor comprehenditur / Ab Ioan. Paulo Lancelotto Perusino Conscriptae.,

      Lugduni (Lyon): Apud Gulielmum Rouillium, sub scuto Veneto, 1584 - Kl.-Folio (25,5 x 18 cm). [8] Bl., 444, 84 S., [15] Bl. *Enthält wie aus den Inkunabeln bekannt im Satzspiegel mittig die Originalien und darum herum die Kommentare. - Titelblatt mit Ausschnitt am weißen Unterrand (ca. 2 cm) und zeitgenöss. handschr. Besitzvermerk. Gelegentlich leichte Unterstreichungen in dünnem altem Rotstift. Text ansonsten sauber und gut erhalten. Einband mit Alters- und Gebrauchsspuren. Sprache: la Gewicht in Gramm: 2000 Geprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit (Einband angestaubt, Deckelränder alters- und grifffleckig).

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        I discorsi ( ) sopra la prima deca di Tito Livio ( ) [corr. Ed.] [bound with] ID. - Il prencipe [!] ( ) al Magnifico Lorenzo di Piero de Medici. Con alcune altre operette ( ). [and with] ID. - I sette libri dell'arte della guerra ( ) [corr. Ed.]. 3 works in 1 vol.,

      Heirs of Antoniello degli Antonielli [= John Wolfe], Palermo, London 1584 - [16]-200, 78-[2], [1]-140 (=138)-[11] ff. 3 major works of the Florentine political philosopher Machiavelli (1469-1527) with an uncommon Italian imprint, but in reality published in (protestant) Elizabethan London. The 3rd work ("I sette libri"), dealing with military art and science, is extremely rare (STC records copies in Oxford, Edinburgh, Reading, Washington and Harvard only). It was a special issue destined for the Frankfurt Book Fair, with a cancel bifolium A 1,8 (H. Seller in "The Library", 1925, p. 112). The present copy presents 2 variant states : on A8r l. 3 from bottom reads "no(n) venga" instead of "non ve(n)ga" - as in the Harvard copy; a "settima figura" called for on S4r has not been printed (blank T2v). Curious ills of army position at end of III. Woodcut marks on 2 first titles. All 3 printed in italics. Ref. 1. STC 17159. Gerber, Machiavelli II 85-87. Lenger, Machiavel 14. Adams M-18. BN Paris (1). 2. STC 17167. Gerber, Machiavelli II 87. Lenger, Machiavel 14. Adams M-43. BN Paris (1). 3. STC 17163.5. Not in Gerber, Lenger, Adams, Machiels, BL London, BN Paris. 1 volumes. Later blindstamped calf (sl. rubbed), gilt spine on 4 raised bands, (usual browning and spotting, occ. marg. dampstaining, edges of 1st ff. frayed, old repair to marg. tear in *6 of I; blank pc. of fore-edge margin of T4 of III torn off). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, b. Ortelius, "Evropae".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, 1584, 34,2 x 46,2. Van der Broecke, Nr. 5. - Oben links der Titel. Kleiner, kaum wahrnehmbarer Braunfleck unten links. - Sehr schönes, dezent koloriertes Exemplar. Mit Darstellung der Insel "Brazil".

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        "Florida, Peruviae, Guastecan" from Theatrum Orbis Terrarum

      Antwerp: Christopher Plantin, 1584. THE FIRST MAP TO SHOW THE SOURCES OF MINERAL TREASURES IN AMERICA Copper-plate engraving with original hand color: paper size 173/4" x 221/4" References: William P. Cumming, The Southeast in Early Maps (Chapel Hill and London, 1998), 1, 6, 9. This map, which first appeared in the third (1584) edition of Ortelius's Theatrum Orbis Terrarum records the discoveries of Hernando de Soto's expedition of 1539-1543. Drawn by the royal Spanish cosmographer, Geronimo De Chaves, who had access to first-hand information from the latest discoveries by Iberian explorers, it is one of the very few maps printed in the sixteenth century that was based upon original Spanish sources. Generally the Spanish were very protective of their knowledge of the Americas, a considerable source of their wealth. Based on De Soto's manuscript, Chaves's "La Florida" was the earliest printed map of the Gulf Coast from Florida to Texas, and is usually considered the first map to delineate any part of the interior of the present-day United States. The plate contains two other maps of similar Spanish regions of influence, "Peruviae" and "Guastecan" (parts of present-day Peru and Guatemala), the latter combining with La Florida to extend the coastline of the Gulf of Mexico further south. La Florida, in particular, influenced all maps of the region for a century and is a primary source document of the first magnitude in the history of cartography. Few maps of the Southeast had a greater or longer influence on continental mapmakers than this map from Ortelius's atlas. As Rodney Shirley noted in his magisterial study of world maps, the publication in 1570 of Abraham Ortelius's atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum , ushered in an era when "pre-eminence in map publishing was transferred from Italy to the Netherlands, leading to over a hundred years of Dutch supremacy in all facets of cartographical production." Ortelius was a true pioneer in map publishing, and his innovations brought momentous changes to the world views of contemporary Europeans. Little is known about his training and early career, but his true accomplishment, was the publication of the Theatrum. To compile the atlas, he drew upon his many contacts in the growing network of European cartographers to secure the best existing maps. He then had them re-engraved by the talented Flemish artist Frans Hogenberg (1535-1590) such that all conformed to a standard format and graphic style, appended scholarly text to their versos, and published them as a uniform edition.. Book.

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        Gründtliche Beschreibung der Wallfart nach dem heiligen Lande, neben Vermeldung der jemmerlichen und langwirigen Gefengnuß derselben Gesellschafft [...]. Auffs newe vom Authore ubersehen und corrigirt [...]. Allen Christen, und insonderheit denen vom Adel zu guter Nachrichtung in Druck gefertiget.

      (Görlitz, Ambrosius Fritsch, 1584).. 160 unnum. SS. Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mit großen Titelholzschnitt in rot und schwarz sowie 3 (1 ganzseit., 2 wdh.) Textholzschnitten. Neuerer Pergamentband im Stil der Zeit auf 3 durchzogenen Bünden. Im Maßschuber. 4to.. Seltene Ausgabe der erstmals 1580 erschienenen Beschreibung der Wallfahrt des schlesischen Adligen Melchior von Seydlitz während der Jahre 1556-59. "Die Gesellschaft Seydlitz' wurde in Palästina gefangen und in Ramleh vom 'ehrliebenden Kriegsmann' Hans von Ehrenberg besucht" (Tobler). Die Reiseroute führte von Breslau nach Mailand, Venedig, Korfu, Zypern, nach Jerusalem und zurück über Konstantinopel, Venedig, Augsburg und Prag. Der schöne Titelholzschnitt zeigt die Gefangennahme mit landschaftlichem Hintergrund (im Text zweimal wiederholt), der blattgroße Textholzschnitt das Heilige Grab zu Jerusalem. - Gering gebräunt, vereinzelte zeitgenöss. Unterstreichungen und Marginalien in roter Tinte. Gelöschter Stempel am Titel verso. - VD 16, ZV 14388. Röhricht 710. Yerasimos S. 245. Vgl. Tobler 76.

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        Väterliche Instruction an seine Kinder, nummehr zum dritten mahl auffgeleget,...Berlin, Johann Michael Rüdiger, 1704. With richly engraved allegorical frontispiece by I.W. Heckemaur, title-page printed in red and black, full-page engraved portrait of the author, and woodcut vignette on separate title for the genealogy of the House of Kolbe von Wartenberg. With : (2) WAGENSEIL, Johann Christoph . Erziehung eines jungen Prinzen, der vor allen studieren einen Abscheu hat, dass er dennoch gelehrt und geschickt werde. Leipzig, Johann Heinichens Wittwe, 1705. With title-page printed in red and black and fine engraved headpiece to the text. 2 works in 1 volume. 4to. Contemporary vellum.

      Ad 1: Wegehaupt 1186; not in Heltzel, Courtesy Books in the Newberry Library; ad 2: not in Wegehaupt. Two interesting German educational works, together in a contemporary binding.The first is the third edition of fatherly instructions to his children by the German nobleman Johann Casimir Kolbe von Wartenberg (1584-1661), originally written in 1650 and first published posthumously in 1674. Johann Michael Rüdiger added the valuable preface for the 1696 Cologne edition, dedicated to the 8 year old prince, later King Friedrich Wilhelm I of Prussia. The present edition includes all original prefaces and a new one, and adds a genealogy of the House of Kolbe von Wartenberg by Georg Helwich. The second work is the first edition of a complete educational course for a young prince by the German historian Johann Christoph Wagenseil (1633-1705), published in the year of his death. Between descriptions of his reception at the Imperial Court at Vienna by Leopold I, to whom the book is dedicated, the author covers reading, writing, arithmetic, languages, religion, ethics, history, geography, technique and arts, as well as hunting, riding, fencing, building fortifications, fighting wars, etc. With old owner's inscription of J.C. Sommer on both title-pages. Binding slightly soiled; old ink annotations on first blank and some underscoring in text. Very good copies.

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        De diuturnitate belli eucharistici liber unus: in quo causae notantur: per quas hactenus videtur stetisse: quo minus partes litem sustinentes inter se sint reconciliatae.

      Zürich, Christoph Froschauer, 1584.. 8°. Mit einer Totentanz-Holzschn.-Initiale. 8 nn., 119 num Bll., 1 weißes Bl., Mod. Ppbd.. Erste u. einzige Ausgabe dieser seltenen theologischen Schrift des Schaffhauser Dichters u. Theologen Johannes Jetzler (1543-1622). - "Studien in Strassburg, Heidelberg, Marburg, Paris und Zürich. 1568 in Heidelberg Hofmeister preuss. Edelleute. 1569 Provisor an der Schaffhauser Lateinschule. 1572-75 Frühprediger und Pfarrer in Buch (SH). 1575-87 Schulmeister an der Schaffhauser Lateinschule. 1599 Wahl zum Schuhmacherzunftmeister und Einsitz im Kl. Rat von Schaffhausen. 1600 Rücktritt aus den polit. Ämtern und Pfarrer an der Spitalkirche, 1606 am Münster und 1614 an der Kirche St. Johann. Ebenfalls 1614 Wahl zum Antistes und Dekan". - Titel m. altem Eintrag "Liber rarissimus". Etw. gebräunt, fleckig u. wasserrandig. Wenige Bll. mit min. Randläsuren u. ganz vereinzelt alte Unterstreichungen. - Vischer C 1029; Rudolphi 795; VD 16, J 243; Adams J 177; BM STC, German Books 447.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Ortelius aus Parergon b. Plantin in Antwerpen, "Insvlar aliqvot Aegaei Maris antiqua descrip".

      . mit altem Flächenkolorit,, dat. 1584, 36 x 47,2. 1. Ausgabe ( First edition ) - Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III A, 31.030, Nr. 21; .Stylianu, Entry 67 und Abb. S. 259; Zacharakis, Nr. 1619 und Abb. Plate 341; Van den Broecke, Nr. 216 - Beinhaltet 10 Einzelkarten von Inseln der Ägäis und als Hauptkarte Zypern "Cyprvs", mit zwei Rollwerkskartuschen ( 21 x 29 cm.). Von den Inseln der Ägäis sind dargestellt Rhenia, Icarus, Rhodos, Chios, Euböa ( Negroponte ), Samos, Ceos, Lesbos und Lemnos. - Schönes Exemplar mit deutschem Rückseitentext. - Bugfalte und unterer Rand althinterlegt.

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Ortelius bei Plantin in Antwerpen, "Acores Insvlae".

      . mit Grenz- u. Flächenkolorit, b. dat. 1584, lateinische Ausgabe, 1584, 32,5 x 46. Van den Broecke, Nr. 24.- Mit 3 großen altkol. Rollwerkskartuschen. Zeigt die zu Portugal gehörige Inselgruppe. Sehr dek.Karte mit Schiffen und Meeresungeheuern. - Bugfalte gereinigt.

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        Organon (graece). Organum, hoc est libri omnes ad logicam pertinentes, graece & latine. Iul. Pacivs recensuit: e graeca in latinam linguam conuertit....

      Morgiis (Genf?), Guillaume Laymarie, 1584.. 4°, circa 25,5 x 17,5 cm. 4 Bll., 831 SS., mit Holzschnitt-Titelbordüre und vielen Diagrammen im Text Halb-Pergament d. 18. Jh.. IA 108.668; Adams A 1866; Hoffmann I, 293; Chaix/D./M. 109: "Tres probablement imprime a Geneve. Laymarie, parfois associes aux Le Preux, aura mis cette fausse adresse par commodite". Reich illustrierte Ausgabe, durchgehend griechisch-lateinischer Paralleltext mit Anmerkungen. - Vorsätze mit zahlreichen älteren Anmerkungen, darunter vorne ein längerer Schenkungsvermerk an einen Johann Heinrich Holl von Barbara Gräfin zu Leonstein-Wertheim, datiert Wertheim 15.VIII.1664. Im Texte wenige Anmerkungen und Unterstreichungen. Gering gebräunt, wenig fleckig. Einband stärker berieben, am Rücken etwas aneplatzt aber solide. Schnitt vorne mit hübscher ornamentaler Bemalung.

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        M. Verrii Flacci quae extant. Et Sex. Pompei Festi De verborum significatione libri XX. Cum vetusto Bibliothecae Farnesianae exemplari Romae nuper edito, collati; ex quo lacunae pene omnes sunt suppletae. In eos libros Ant. Augustini annotationes, ex editione Veneta, Io. Scaligeri castigationes recognitae, ex Parisiensi, Ful. Ursini notae, ex Romana. Accesserunt nunc denique doctissimorum virorum notae ex eorum scriptis hinc inde collectae.

      Paris, apud Arnoldum Sittart, 1584.. 8vo. (28),309,(1),(24, last 2 p. blank), 75,(11),216,(24),84 p. Limp vellum. 17 cm (Ref: Smitskamp 61; Schweiger 355 & 1134; Brunet 5,2 1148) (Details: 5 thongs laced through cover; engraved printer's mark on title, motto: 'finis coronat opus') (Condition: The vellum is probably recycled from another book; that is why the cover is wrinkled, dog-eared, sl. soiled, and cut short; a small piece of the outer-edge of the backcover has gone; 3 names and a small inscription on the title, 1 name has been erased; partly slightly waterstained at the lower margin; some hardly visible pinpoint wormholes near the right lower corner of one quarter of the book) (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, beliefs 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; an other epitome of this epitome of Festus was made in the 9th century by the historian Paulus Diaconus. The original work of Verrius is completely lost, and only 1 manuscript of Festus survived the Middle Ages in a 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. He also added a commentary. It remained dominant for 2 centuries. Fulvius added in this edition suggestions concerning Greek material. J.J. Scaliger, 1540-1609, produced a highly acclaimed edition in 1575. He was praised for having successfully completed the gaps and damaged passages of the Farnese manuscript. Grafton says about this edition that 'fluency in conjecture and attention to detail could hardly be raised to a higher level'. (A. Grafton. Joseph Scaliger, a study in the history of classical scholarship, Oxf. 1983, vol. 1, p. 134/160) This edition of 1584 repeats Scaliger's of 1575. The text of Agustin is also printed, followed by 75 p. with his annotations, and followed by a 216 p. commentary by Scaliger; at the end we find the notes of Ursinus) (Collation: +6, *8, a - x8, A - V8 X2, 2A - 2E8 2F2) (Photographs on request).

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