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        Chronographiae libri quatuor; priores duo sunt de rebus veteris populi et praecipuis quatuor millium annorum gestis, posteriores e D. Arnaldi Pontaci, chronographia aucti, recentes historias reliquorum annorum complectuntur subjuncti sunt libri Hebraeorum chronologici, eodem interprete.

      Paris: In the shop of the widow of Martin Le Jeune, 1585 - Folio (358 x 225 mm), in two parts. Contemporary French calf, skilfully rebacked with original spine compartments laid down, compartments with gilt centre tools with gilt arms of St Albans School added either side, the second gilt-lettered, sides with leaf-form centrepieces in gilt, single gilt rule borders. Corners a little worn, a few trivial marks, but a very good, tall copy with wide margins all round. St Albans School woodcut bookplate to front pastedown. Woodcut printer's device to title, roman and Hebrew types. From the library of St Albans School, Hertfordshire, one of the oldest schools in the world. The school was founded within St Albans Abbey by Abbot Wulsin in 948 and was the first school in the world to accept lay students not intending to join a religious order. The bookplate here has the school motto Mediocra firma, used between the 16th and 20th centuries, meaning "the middle course is safe" (compare mediocritas aurea, "the golden mean"). The motto was adopted in the late 16th century by the Bacon family and used by Francis Bacon, Viscount St Alban, who spent most of his childhood at Gorhambury, near St Albans, in the substantial new house built by his father in the 1560s. Gorhambury was named after Geoffrey de Gorham [Gorron, near Le Mans, Maine, France], who was Master and subsequently Abbot of St Albans in the 12th century. The school coat of arms is composed of the cross of Saint Alban together with the school motto. The cross of Saint Alban is a saltire, signifying that Alban was martyred but beheaded, not crucified. As the meaning of "mediocrity" later took on a pejorative slant, the school has since changed its motto to Non nobis nati ("Born not for ourselves"), adapted from that of Geoffrey de Gorham. Gilbert Génébrard (1535–1597), Archbishop of Aix, was a French Benedictine exegete and Orientalist, who translated many rabbinic writings into Latin. His sacred chronology was first published as Genebrardus, Chronographia in duos libros distincta (Louvain: Johann Foulerum, 1572). It is continued here by Arnaud de Pontac (d. 1605). This is the second edition from the shop of Martin Le Jeune (Juvenis), one of the leading 16th-century Christian Hebrew printers in Paris, who died about 1584. The title to the second part has his name as the printer, dated 1584; the general title is dated 1585, "apud viduam".

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        Les Trois livres de Seneque de la Colere

      Paris: J. Mettaier, 1585. Hardcover (Full Leather). Very Good Condition. Full 18th century calf, modest wear, a few small worm holes near the spine. Minor foxing and soiling, hand ruled throughout, engraved title - a very attractive vernacular edition of Seneca. Ex-libris of Mr. Le Baron d'Heiss. [7], 42, [2 blanks], 61, [1, blank], 73, leaves, with front and rear blanks present. Size: Octavo (8vo). Previous owner's book-plate inside front cover. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Philosophy; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 046175.

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        Institutiones juris civilis [...]. Fontes juris civilis [...] quibus accesserunt, Aldo Brandini [...].

      Venedig, (Alexander Gryphius für) Damianus Zenarus (Damiano Zenaro), 1585. 8°. Titel in Rot u. Schwarz m. Holzschn.-Druckermarke. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen u. 5 (1 ganzs.) Textholzschnitten. 48 nn., 366 num. Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden m. handschriftl. Rückentitel u. dreiseitigem Rotschnitt. Durchgehend in Rot und Schwarz gedruckte Ausgabe der Institutionen; der zweispaltige Text vom Kommentar umgeben. - Hübsche, mit einigen Textholzschnitten (der ganzs. Holzschnitt zeigt einen „Arbor civilis“) illustrierte Venezianische Ausgabe von Justinianus‘ „Institutiones“ bzw. „Corpus juris civilis“, dieses elementaren Lehrbuches des Zivilrechts und gleichzeitig eines der berühmtesten Rechtsbücher aller Zeiten. Justinianus (römischer Kaiser von 527-569 n. Chr.) ließ diese Zusammenfassung der Rechtsüberlieferung der Römer zwischen 528 und 534 n. Chr. von zahlreichen Rechtsgelehrten erarbeiten. In den Jahren 533/534 wurde das Werk in drei Teilen („Institutiones“, „Digesta“ bzw. „Pandectae“ u. „Codex Justinianus“) verkündet und später (534-565) durch einen vierten Teil („Novellae“) zum Codex, schrittweise erweitert. Die Bezeichnung „Corpus juris civilis“ ist erst seit dem Mittelalter in Gebrauch. Das Werk sicherte dem röm. Recht im Osten des Reiches den jahrhundertelangen Bestand. Im Westen bildete es die Grundlage einer Renaissance des röm. Rechts seit dem 11. Jahrhundert. Seine grundlegende Bedeutung reichte bis in das 19. Jahrhundert hinein. Mittelbar und unmittelbar ist es das Fundament aller abendländischen Rechtskodifikation. - „Keine Reichsautorität hat auf Form und Inhalt der Gesetzbücher aller Nationen größeren Einfluß gehabt als das Römische Recht [...]. Wenn man heute von Römischem Recht spricht, so ist Justinian gemeint“ (Carter/Muir, Bücher die die Welt verändern, S. 53f.). - Der schöne Einband etw. berieben u. fleckig. Deckeln min. geworfen. Schließbänder fehlen. Kl. zeitgen. Besitzvermerk a. Titel. Die irrige Jahreszahl „M. D. LXX“ am Titel von alter Hand korrigiert. Tlw. etw. gebräunt. - Diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams bzw. im BM STC, Italian Books. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Justinianus (Justinian), Institutiones juris civilis, Recht, Juridica

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        Dell Unione del regno di Portogallo

      

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        Gesamtansicht aus halber Vogelschau von Norden ('Neuß').

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, 1585, 22 x 26,5 Schmitt, Neuss 1477 - 1900, Nr. 141; Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 273. - Zeigt die Erstürmung des Rheintors durch die Truppen des Grafen Adolf von Neuenahr am 9.5.1585.

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        Trattato di Christoforo Acosta Africano Medico, & Chirurgo, della historia, natvra, et virtv delle Droghe Medicinali, & altri Semplici rarissimi, che vengono portati dalle Indie Orientali in Europa, Con le Figure delle Piante ritratte, & disegnate dal viuo poste a' luoghi proprij. Nuouamente recato dalla Spagnuola nella nostra Lingua. Con due Indici, vno de' Capi principali, l'altro delle cose di più momento, che si ritrouano in tutta l'Opera

      In Venetia: Presso à Francesco Ziletti, MDLXXXV, 1585 In Venetia: Presso à Francesco Ziletti, MDLXXXV, 1585. 2nd complete illustrated ed.. Brown leather. G+. "4º (222x168mm.); [52], 342 [i.e. 340] p.; sign. a-d4, e6, f4, A-Z4, Aa-Ss4, Tt6 [but f4, blank]; typographic mark on title page; 47 woodcuts across the text, some of them full page, 45 of tropical plants and trees, and two of elephants; errata in the registry impression, which omits those of the preliminaries, points to the existence of a booklet with signature Uu, which is useless to look for, and indicates that all the booklets are  duernos (double booklets), except for the Tt which is  tuerno (triple booklets), while booklet e is so also. - // Binding in brown leather, with back board deformed from older times; spine with three decorated raised bands, with gilt decorated spine compartment and spine label; restored headcap; wise consolidation to lower spine compartment damaged; split corners, but sound. Margins of paper with different degrees of foxing across the work; some darkening to booklets A and Kk; waterstain to lower corner of booklets Z, Aa and Bb.- // Prov.: No data.- // Cristóvão da Costa, better known as Cristobal de Acosta  because he published his famous work under this name for the first time in Spanish, in Burgos, in 1578 , and as Acosta the African-because he was born in a Portuguese colony in Africa-, arrived in Goa (India) enrolled as a physician in the service of the troops of the newly appointed Portuguese viceroy Luis de Ataide (1517-1580), in 1568, a few months after the death of García de Orta (see our ref. C-0143). In East India he followed the troops throughout Goa, Cochin and other settlements, where alongside his medical activity he kept several gardens of medicinal plants that he used as one of his sources for botanical information. He returned to Europe in 1572 and, after settling in Burgos (Spain), he was appointed as physician by his town council in around 1576, to which he devoted his 'Tractado Delas Drogas, y medicinas de las Indias Orientales, con sus Plantas debuxadas al bivo por Christoual Acosta medico y cirujano que las vio ocularmente. En el qual se verifica mucho de lo que escrivió el Doctor Garcia de Orta', printed in the same city by Martin de Victoria. Acosta maintained his relationship with the city until 1587, when he retired to live as a hermit, still publishing two works, although of a religious nature. Pardo Tomás notes that this path was not uncommon in the Iberian world:  a young soldier that works as a physician and surgeon, develops an interest in observing nature, produces a work, trying to enter into the intellectual debate and ends up withdrawing from the world for spiritual reasons, desiring to prepare the salvation of his soul (1). The 'Treaty of drugs and medicines of the East Indies' written by Acosta had varied success. Carolus Clusius, in the work of the dissemination of the progress of botany in which he focused his work and efforts, made a Latin version that was printed by Plantin in Antwerp in 1582 (and reprinted in 1593), just as he had previously translated works by Monardes, García de Orta and Fragoso into Latin. And, just as he had done with the 'Coloquios' (Colloquia) by Garcia de Orta, he didn t translate the work but made a briefer Latin version, also altering the order of presentation of the plants, and of the 47 large format woodcuts of the original edition, which had been carved after drawings from life made by Acosta himself, he included only one, depicting the clove tree. Thus, the entire set of woodcuts that illustrated the Burgos edition of Acosta s book can only be admired in either that first edition or in the Venetian edition of Francesco Ziletti, who commissioned a copy of them for their use in the Italian translation, but larger in size and more beautifully printed than in the original, and he printed this edition in 1585, the edition to which this copy we have on offer corresponds. This edition is the only one that reproduces the text in its entirety, as well as the original prints, including the two devoted to the elephants. Indeed, the last chapter of the book leaves the plant kingdom and offers a 'Treaty on the Elephant and its qualities', the first Western study on the Indian elephant, where along with its description and behaviour, the virtues of their tusks are described:  ivory is used, in general, to comfort the vital virtue, cool the liver and reduce the white purges of women. It exploits the daily obstructions and relieves stomach pains, and it is good for jaundice, with the stomach empty, give a drachma with wine when there is no temperature, and where there is, with water of hopsor from chicory; and its use in beverages makes women fertile enough to get pregnant. Ivory is cold and dry to the first degree, which must be understood as exclusive to the teeth of the elephant (2). This edition is printed on thick cotton paper, and over time it has been proven to have a propensity to darken (in this example only in booklets A and Kk, and slightly in booklet FF) and foxing, which appears to varying degrees in this copy, fortunately only in the margins. The printer Ziletti dedicated this edition to Melchior Wieland (1520-1589), an eminent German professor of botany based in Padua, whom the Italians called Melchiorre Guilandino, so he could partially recover from his past misfortunes, precisely by trying to study medicinal plants in the East Indies. In effect(3), Wieland, after studying medicine in Konigsberg and Rome, went to Padua where he completed studies at the university with the renowned Gabriele Falloppio, for whom he worked. Wieland published some short texts in 1557 and 1558 (one criticizing Mattioli, thus winning his enmity)(4). With the money he got selling plants, along with some sponsorship and the aid of presentation letters from the Senator Marino Cavalli, -one of the reformers of the University of Padua for the Venetian Republic-, he travelled to Constantinople in around 1558, where he got permission from the Sultan to pass through his territory and access the neighbouring countries. But because of a war he could not cross Persia and had to go back, going through Aleppo, Damascus and Jerusalem, from where he went to Egypt thinking about turning back to try to get to India, this time via the Red Sea. As this also became impossible, without renouncing his purpose he thought of taking the sea route from Lisbon, for which went to Sicily and set sail for Portugal, with the bad luck that the ship was attacked by pirates, and he himself getting hurt and taken as a prisoner to Algiers where he was given as a gift to a son of Hayreddin  Redbeard Barbarossa, who sold him as a servant in a public auction. Having lost his writings and the samples that he had been collected throughout the trip, he had to spend nine months as a servant, until he was rescued by Falloppio, who paid two hundred gold shields for him. But the adverse fortune that had prevented him from realizing his sought after botanical journey to the Indies followed him again, as the ship that was going back from Africa to Italy sank. He was saved when, after many days spent clinging to a wooden plank, he was picked up by another ship bound for Genoa, and news was to spread to Italy about his courage. Falloppio again went to his aid, finding work for him in the medicinal garden of the University of Padua in 1561, the university where he also gave lectures at from 1567. As the head of the medicinal garden, Weiland invented an irrigation machine, of which no description has survived. In his role as a professor, in addition to publishing a book dedicated to the papyrus and its use in writing(5), he requested permission to retry his trip to the East Indies but he didn t manage it. So, and thinking that his troubles justified it (along with the fact that he was the most eminent botanist of the Venetian Republic at that time), Ziletti dedicated to himself this beautiful edition of the 'Treaty of drugs and medicines of the East Indies', by Christopher of Acosta.- // Refs.: Bradley, III, 276; Colmeiro, 239; Palau, 1694; Pritzel, nova, 13.- // (1) José Pardo Tomás:  East indies, West Indies: Garcia de Orta and the Spanish treatises on Exotic Materia Medica , in Palmire Fontes da Costa (ed.): 'Medicine, Trade and Empire'.- Farnham: Ashgate, 2015, pp. 195-211, quotation in p. 207.- (2) Page 327 in this Italian edition, 426 in the original edition in Spanish.- (3) Strangely enough, not much is known about Wielan. What follows comes from the text by Ziletti in this edition, as well as from the pages that Andrew dedicates to him in his Andrew D. Berns: 'The Bible and Natural Philosophy in rennaissance Italy: Jewish and Christian physicians in search of truth'.- Cambridge University Press, 2015, pp. 71-83.- (4) 'Apologia adversus Petrum Andrea Mattiolum liber primus, qui inscribitur Theon'.- Padua: Gratiosus Perchacinus, 1558.- (5) 'Melchioris Guilandini Papyrus, hoc est commentarius in tria C. Plinii maioris de papyro capta'.- Venetia: apud M. Antonio Ulmum, 1572."

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        La perspectiva, y especularia de Euclides. Traduzidas en vulgar castellano ... por Pedro Ambrosio Onderiz.

      

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        @Tercero cathecismo y exposicion de la Doctrina Christiana, por Sermones ….

      Los Reyes [i.e., Lima], Antonio Ricardo, 1585.. First Edition. 4°, contemporary limp vellum (slightly darkened). Large Jesuit device on title-page, woodcut initials. Text in Spanish (italic type), Quechua and Aymara (both roman type). Dampstained and browned. Small tears on leaves 127, 128 and 196 repaired, without loss of text. Overall in good to very good condition. Early signatures on title-page include that of Father Joseph de Acosta, S.J., author of the famous @Historia natural y moral de las Indias and editor of this book. Early annotations (some in Quechua) and later ownership signature on endpapers, including a relatively modern one ("Propriedad de Raul Valdes Pinilla"). (8), 215 ll. *** FIRST EDITION. A work of notable rarity, and of great importance for the religious, ethnological, and linguistic history of early colonial Peru. It was prepared, according to the verso of the second preliminary leaf, by J. Atienza and J. Acosta. Acosta's signature appears on the title-page of this copy. This is the third or fourth book printed at the first press in South America. Ricardo, who had previously printed in Mexico City, was granted a license by the @Audencia on 13 February 1584 to print books in Lima under the supervision of the Jesuits. Works from Ricardo's press are very rare on today's market. The catechism is printed with the Spanish text at the head of each page. Below are double columns of Quechua and Aymara. Quechua (the language of the Incas) and Aymara are the two major languages of the Andes. *** Medina, @Lima 3. Palau 330311. Sabin 94838. BL, @Pre-1601 Spanish STC (1966) p. 112. JCB I, i, 330. Johnson, @The Book in the Americas 34. Viñaza, @Bibliografía española de lenguas indígenas de America p. 81: had not seen a copy. Maggs, @The First Three Books Printed in South America. Backer-Sommervogel I, 3233. Ternaux 161. HSA p. 108. See Leclerc 2116. Not in Adams. Not in Garcia Icazbalceta, @Apuntes para un catálogo de escritores en lenguas indígenas de América. NUC: NN, DLC, RPJCB.

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        Historiae Genuensium libri XII.

      Genuae, apud Hieronymum Bartolum, 1585, - in-4, ff. (14), 314, magnifica legatura in marocchino scuro con bordura vegetale impressa in oro ai piatti, nei riquadri centrali motivi a nastri incrociati e racemi vegetali, al centro armi araldiche e scritta in capitali ''Clemens Cozza'', il tutto impresso in oro (restauri bene eseguiti alle cerniere e agli spigoli). Grande impresa tipografica al frontespizio, ritratto dell'autore entro elaborata cornice di elementi architettonici, corredati da insegne e due vignette, di cui una veduta prospettica del porto di Genova, testatine, capilettera e finalini silografici. Edizione originale, apparsa postuma, della versione latina dell'originale dialogo ''Della Repubblica di Genova'' (1559), composto dall'autore in lingua volgare allo scopo di sottolineare il suo sostegno alla fazione popolare della Repubblica, scelta che gli costò la condanna all'esilio. Uberto Foglietta (ca. 1518-1581), nato a Genova, divenne protonotario apostolico presso il Vaticano nel 1545. Raro esemplare in magnifica legatura romana della metà del XVI secolo opera di Niccolò Franzese realizzata per la biblioteca di Clemente Cozza. Nicolas Fery, noto come Niccolò Franzese, fu legatore ufficiale della Biblioteca Vaticana, attivo a Roma tra 1527 e 1570. Legatura chiaramente attribuita e datata agli anni '50 del XVI secolo per l'utilizzo degli eleganti ferri e per lo stile decisamente personale, alla base dell'affermarsi del gusto manierista italiano nell'arte della decorazione (Hobson ''Apollo e Pegasus'', 87-89, pp. 76-86). Anticamente riadattata per contenere l'opera del Foglietta. Buon esemplare (macchie d'umido ai primi e ultimi fogli, antica nota di possesso cancellata al tit.). Hobson ''Apollo e Pegasus'', 87-89, pp. 76-86. Lozzi I, 2118, note. Manno VI, 22430. Gamba 1397, ed. it. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Comedie di M. Gianmaria Cecchi fiorentino. Libro primo (unico pubblicato). Nel quale si contengono La Dote, La Moglie, Il Corredo, La Stiava, Il Donzello, Gl'Incantesimi, Lo Spirito.

      Venetia, Bernardo Giunti, 1585, - 7 parti in un vol. in-8, leg. settec. p. pergamena duplice tass. in pelle con titolo in oro al dorso. Prima edizione di tutte e sette le commedie in versi (quattro di esse erano apparse nell'edizione in prosa di Giolito del 1550); sono tutte con prologo, in cinque atti ed in endecasillabi. Dedica dello stampatore a Giovanni Mocenigo. Frontespizio generale, che serve anche per la prima commedia, "La Dote"; le altre 6 commedie hanno proprio frontesp. con propria numerazione, per essere vendute separatamente. Esemplare di prima impressione (confrontato con quello che il Gamba chiama "originale"). I) La Dote: ff. (4), 40. Pur rifacendosi al "Trinummus" di Plauto, cerca di adattarsi agli usi e costumi del Cinquecento. II) La Moglie: ff. 40. Si rifà alla "Andria" di Terenzio ed in parte ai "Menecmi" di Plauto, con risultati brillanti e comici. - III) Il Corredo: ff. 40, (2, l'ult. bianco). Assai interessante soprattutto per la conoscenza di costumi ed indumenti femminili cinquecenteschi. - IV) La Stiava: ff. 31, (1 bianco). Tolta per lo più dal "Mercator" di Plauto, è ravvivata dalla "spontanea eleganza dello schietto e agile volgar fiorentino". - V) Il Donzello: ff. 43, (1 bianco). Piacevole rappresentazione di persone e fatti della vita quotidiana del Cinquecento. - VI) Gl'Incantesimi: ff. 31, (1 bianco). Commedia di successo, è ispirata alla "Cistellaria" di Plauto; veramente divertente la scena "clou" della beffa degli incantesimi. - VII) Lo Spirito: ff. 35, (1 bianco). Considerata tra le meglio riuscite per vivacità di dialogo e freschezza di motti popolari , la commedia affronta temi di stregonerie e magie. - Esemplare molto bello di edizione veramente importante e rara (solo qualche foglio reca rare tracce d'umido). Cfr. Sanesi I, pp. 314-319. Allacci 265, 534, 220, 739, 263, 443, 735. Clubb 258 e 258 a-g (per la collazione di ciascun titolo). Regenstein 150. Gamba 329. Razzolini p. 109. Salvioli 894 (solo per ''Il Corredo''). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Chirurgia magna. nunc. restituta à Laurentio Jouberto.

      Lyon Tinghus 1585 - (23,5 x 18 cm). 601 (richtig 595), 75 (81 (2w)) S. Mit zahlreichen Textholzschnitten. Dekorativer blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckel mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln, datiert "AID 1585". Erste von Joubert in lateinischer Sprache herausgegebenen und kommentierten Ausgabe. "His best known works were his Latin edition of Guy's surgery." (Heirs 109). - "Although Guy's notable treatise was republished innumerable times, fifteenth century editions are now exceedingly rare and those of the sixteenth century are difficult to find" (Heirs 108). "Guy de Chauliac was the most eminent surgeon of his time; his authority remained for some 200 years. He distinguished the various kinds of hernia from varicocele, hydrocele, and sarcocele, and described an operation for the radical cure of hernia. The book, which was originally written about 1363, includes Guy's views on fractures, and gives an excellent summary of the dentistry of that period. It is the greatest surgical text of the time. The first edition is the first important medical book printed in French" (G/M). - "Joubert, der als ein sehr bedeutender interner Arzt bekannt war, hat auch um die Chirurgie sich dadurch verdient gemacht, dass er von der seit langer Zeit als klassisch anerkannten, 1363 verfassten 'Chirurgia magna' des Guy de Chauliac, die seit 1478 in einer Reihe von lateinischen und französischen Ausgaben erschienen war, 1579 und 1580 eine neue und zeitgemässe französische sowohl als lateinische Ausgabe veranstaltete und dazu Anmerkungen sowie eine Interpretation der dunklen Ausdrücke verfasste, die indessen erst nach seinem Tode der. lateinischen Ausgabe (1585) beigegeben wurden" (Gurlt). - Die Holzschnitte zeigen zahlreiche chirurgische Instrumente. - Stellenweise papierbedingt gering gebräunt. Vorsätze erneuert. Einband leicht fleckig und bestoßen. Insgesamt schönes und gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Hirsch/H. I, 894; Gurlt II, 79 und 794; vgl. Garrison-Morton 5556 (Ausg. 1478); Heirs of Hippocrates 108 (Ausg. 1572) und 109 (Ausg. 1615) [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Quinctus Horatius Flaccus ab omni obscoenitate purgatus.

      Dillingen: Johann Mayer, 1585. 298 Seiten, 2 Blatt. Halbpergamentband des 17. oder 18, Jahrh. *VD16 H 4882. - VD16 nennt am Schluß (vermutlich falsch) 3 Blatt, es gibt jedoch keinen Anhaltspunkt für ein drittes Blatt. Die kollationsgleiche Ausgabe von 1570 wird ebenso wie vorliegend mit der Kollation \"298 S., 2 Bl.\" beschrieben. - Stempel auf Titelblatt, insgesamt sauber und gut erhalten. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Confessio Hieronymiana, ex omnibus germanis B. Hieronymi Operibus optima fide collecta, et, per locorum theologicorum capita,perspicua mthodo, in quator tomos.

      Koln: Birckmann f. Mylius, 1585. Condition: 7,5 . 4 parts in 2 bindings. Binding: Contemporary Full Vellum Folio Height: 36,5 CM Width: 24,5 CM Thickness: 8 CM

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        Elucidatio Ususque Fabricae Astrolabii.

      Parisiis, apud Hieronymum de Marnef, & viduam Gulielmi Cavellat, sub pelicano monte D. Hilarii. 1585 - Guter Zustand. Der Pergamenteinband begriffen, berieben und etwas angerändert. Durchgehend etwas fingerfleckig. 7, 172, 31 Blatt, 1 Falttafel, ca 56 Textillustrationen. Deutsch 600g

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        Viri doctissimi De honesta disciplina lib. XXV. Poëtis latinis, lib. V, et Poëmaton, lib. II. cum indicibus

      1585 - 864 pp.-[4] , 1585, in-12, 864 pp.-[4], pleine basane, dos à nerfs et fleuronné, pièce de titre, tranches rouges, encadrement de filets dorés [reliure postérieure], Les deux oeuvres réunies dans cet ouvrage ont été publiées respectivement en 1504 pour "Commentarii de honesta disciplina" et en 1505 pour De poetis latinis". Les deux ouvrages, réunis aux poésies latines de l'auteur, ont été réimprimées pour la première fois à Paris en 1508. D'autres réimpressions ont ensuite succédé cette première, dont celle de 1585 ici présente. Préface dédiée à Bernardino Caraffa, patriarche latin d'Alexandrie. Dédicace des poèmes, par Luceius Veronensis au patricien vénitien Petrus Bambus (Pietro Bembo). (BRUNET, II, 424-425) Ex-Libris contrecollé sur le contreplat "Edouard de Laplane". Jean Aimé Edouard de Laplane (1744 - 1870) était l'historien de Sisteron. Il publie deux ouvrages : " Essai sur l'Histoire Municipale de Sisteron " en 1840 et " Histoire de Sisteron " en 1843. Notes manuscrites en début d'ouvrage et Ex-Libris à l'encre sur le faux titre. Probablement plus anciens. Ouvrage en bon état, coins émoussés, coiffe supérieure manquante. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Antwerpen plattegrond - Braun en Hogenberg, ca. 1585.

      "Antverpia", gravure vervaardigd door Georg Hoefnagel. Gedrukt van twee koperen platen. Formaat ca. 46 x 79 cm. Uitgegeven te Keulen door Georg Braun en Frans Hogenberg als onderdeel van de"Civitates Orbis Therrarum"' ca. 1585. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd.De Civitates Orbis Terrarum wordt beschouwd als de vroegste systematische stedenatlas. Hoewel het geen echte voorlopers had, bleek het werk direct in een behoefte te voorzien, omdat het sociale, politieke en economische leven van die periode zich afspeelde in de steden. Het werd een van de bestsellers van de late zestiende eeuw. De zes delen waaruit het werk bestond, verschenen tussen 1572 en 1618; alleen het eerste deel vermeldt echter bovenstaande titel. Georg Braun (1541-1622), kanunnik van de kathedraal van Keulen, schreef het voorwoord bij de eerste vijf delen en ook de begeleidende tekst op de versozijde van de plattegronden en stadsaanzichten. Veel materiaal voor dit stedenboek is afkomstig van de Antwerpse cartograaf Abraham Ortelius. Diens in 1570 verschenen Theatrum orbis terrarum heeft in een aantal opzichten model gestaan voor de Civitates.Simon van den Neuvel (Novellanus), Frans Hogenberg en (zijn zoon?) Abraham Hogenberg graveerden de koperplaten naar 'op bestelling' gemaakte tekeningen van onder anderen de Antwerpse schilder Joris Hoefnagel, zijn zoon Jacob Hoefnagel en Heinrich Rantzau. Niet alle platen in de Civitates zijn echter speciaal voor dit werk gemaakt. Een aantal is nagetekend van reeds bestaande plattegronden en stadsaanzichten, onder meer uit Sebastian Münsters Cosmographia en Lodovoco Guicciardini"s Descrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi.Prijs: € 2.850,- (incl. lijst, excl. BTW).

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        1585 Military Tactics of Remigio Fiorentino Greek Roman & Modern Ancient Battles

      Vinegia, 1585. - 1585 Military Tactics of Remigio Fiorentino Greek Roman & Modern Ancient Battles IMPORTANT Collection from Dozens of Sources Remigio Fiorentino (1521 - m. 1581; pseud. Nanni) was a Dominican author and poet. Main author: Gio Francesco Lottini; Girolamo Lottini Title: Orationi Militari, raccolte per M. Remigio Fiorentino, da tutti gli historici Greci e Latini, antichi e moderni. Con gli argomenti, che dichiarano l'occasioni per le quali elle furono fatte. Con gli effetti, in questa seconda editione, chi elli i fecero negli animi di coloro che l'ascoltarono . Con l'aggiunta di molti historici, et orationi, non impresse nella prima. Dal medesimo autore . corrette. Published: Vinegia, 1585. Language: Italian Notes & contents: • Military history of Greek and Latin perspective as well as ancient and modern battle tactics • In this work, first published in 1557, he has taken his material almost directly from dozens of sources, many of which have been identified by Nathalie Hester, in "Scholarly Borrowing: The Case of Remigio Nannini's Orationi Militari and Francois de Belleforest's Harangues Militaires," Modern Philology (November, 2003). FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 1,004 pages; plus indexes, prefaces, and such Publisher: Vinegia (Venice) 1585. Size: ~9in X 7in (23cm x 18cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Exempla Iurisprudentiae [Bound with] Prologomena Iurisprudentiae...

      1585. Two Introductory Works by an Important Sixteenth-Century Humanist Jurist Wesenbeck, Mattaeus [1531-1586]. Exempla Iurisprudentiae. Leipzig: [Georgius Defnerus Imprimebat], 1585. [xvi], 240 pp. [Bound with] Wesenbeck, Mattaeus. Prolegomena Iurisprudentiae: De Finibus & Ratione Studiorum Librisq[ue] Iuris. Leipzig: Imprimebat Georgius Defnerus, 1584. [viii], 167, [1] pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling and rubbing to extremities, pastedowns excised, minor worming in a few places (with no loss to legibility). Light browning to text. Early owner annotation to front endleaf, his signature to foot of title page, internally clean. * Exempla: third and final edition; Prolegomena: only edition (as an independent work). Wesenbeck, a leading Belgian humanist jurist who taught at the Universities of Jena and Wittenberg, was a distinguished and prolific scholar of Roman law with a pan-European reputation. A posthumous eight-volume collection of his consilia was published from 1611 to 1624. Our volume collects two books on jurisprudence for students. Exempla, a volume of legal points, was first published in 1573. Prolegomena, an introductory work on the law, was originally a section of the 1566 edition of Paratitla in Pandectas Iuris Civilis. Both titles are scarce. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts W2138, W2146.

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        Antwerpen plattegrond - Braun en Hogenberg, ca. 1585.

      "Antverpia", gravure vervaardigd door Georg Hoefnagel. Gedrukt van twee koperen platen. Formaat ca. 46 x 79 cm. Uitgegeven te Keulen door Georg Braun en Frans Hogenberg als onderdeel van de"Civitates Orbis Therrarum"' ca. 1585. In de tijd met de hand gekleurd.De Civitates Orbis Terrarum wordt beschouwd als de vroegste systematische stedenatlas. Hoewel het geen echte voorlopers had, bleek het werk direct in een behoefte te voorzien, omdat het sociale, politieke en economische leven van die periode zich afspeelde in de steden. Het werd een van de bestsellers van de late zestiende eeuw. De zes delen waaruit het werk bestond, verschenen tussen 1572 en 1618; alleen het eerste deel vermeldt echter bovenstaande titel. Georg Braun (1541-1622), kanunnik van de kathedraal van Keulen, schreef het voorwoord bij de eerste vijf delen en ook de begeleidende tekst op de versozijde van de plattegronden en stadsaanzichten. Veel materiaal voor dit stedenboek is afkomstig van de Antwerpse cartograaf Abraham Ortelius. Diens in 1570 verschenen Theatrum orbis terrarum heeft in een aantal opzichten model gestaan voor de Civitates.Simon van den Neuvel (Novellanus), Frans Hogenberg en (zijn zoon?) Abraham Hogenberg graveerden de koperplaten naar 'op bestelling' gemaakte tekeningen van onder anderen de Antwerpse schilder Joris Hoefnagel, zijn zoon Jacob Hoefnagel en Heinrich Rantzau. Niet alle platen in de Civitates zijn echter speciaal voor dit werk gemaakt. Een aantal is nagetekend van reeds bestaande plattegronden en stadsaanzichten, onder meer uit Sebastian Münsters Cosmographia en Lodovoco Guicciardini"s Descrittione di tutti i Paesi Bassi.Prijs: € 2.850,- (incl. lijst, excl. BTW).

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        Tercero Catechismo y Exposicion de la Doctrina Christiana, por Sermones. Para que los curas y otros ministros prediquen y enseñen a los Yndios y a las demas personas..

      En la ciudad de los Reyes [i.e. Lima, Peru]: por Antonio Ricardo primero Impressor en estos Reynos del Piru, 1585. Loose in original binding but completely unsophisticated; the vellum darkened and crinkled, splitting at front joint; some appropriate age-staining to text.. Small quarto, [viii], 215 ff; woodcut Jesuit device on title, woodcut initials in the text; original vellum; in a handsome crimson morocco case. Exceptionally rare: the third book printed at the first press in South America, where Antonio Ricardo (who had previously printed in Mexico City from 1577) received permission in 1584 to print books under Jesuit supervision. Lima was only the second city in the New World to establish a printing press, and the first such city in South America and indeed in the southern hemisphere. This is thus one of the very earliest southern hemisphere incunabula. The first three books from the Lima press were all the work of the Jesuit father José de Acosta, author of the Historia natural y moral de las Indias, assisted by Juan de Atienza (one of them may have been responsible for each language: see Ana Carolina Hosne, Jesuit Missions to China and Peru, 1570-1610, 2003, pp. 104-5; see also Sabine Hyland, The Jesuit and the Incas: The Extraordinary Life of Padre Blas Valera, S.J., 2003, pp. 169-194). A Spanish text appears at the top of the page; below, in double columns, are translations into Quechua and Aymara, the two major native American languages spoken in the Andes region and dating back to the Inca Empire.Catechisms or religious aids, the role of such books and their authors alongside that of the printing press itself in the history of colonial domination is undergoing extensive re-evaluation in modern times. However we view them today, they are of outstanding importance for our understanding of the ethnological, and linguistic history of early colonial Peru, as well as for the history of the spread of religion for its own sake and as a tool of the colonial powers. Appropriately this copy has the early ownership inscription in several places of Joseph Ignacio Cordero of the parish of San Roque, Potosi, the location of the silver mines that provided riches for Spain during the New World Spanish Empire. Also, like a copy described some years ago by the bookseller Richard Ramer, the title-page is signed by José de Acosta (as "concuerda con el original").

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        Confessionario para los curas de Indios. Con la instrucion contra sus ritos... y Exhortacion para ayudar a bien morir: y summa de sus Privilegios : y forma de Impedimentos del Matrimonio. Compuesto y traduzido en las lenguas Quichua, y Aymara. Por autoridad del Concilio Provincial de Lima del año de 1583

      En la ciudad de los Reyes [i.e. Lima, Peru]: por Antonio Ricardo primero Impressor en estos Reynos del Piru, 1585. A few light stains, a couple of paper flaws repaired.. Small quarto, [iv], 27, 16, 24 ff.; woodcut Jesuit device on title, woodcut initials and headpieces in the text; original limp vellum; in a handsome dark brown morocco case. Exceptionally rare: the second book printed at the first press in South America, where Antonio Ricardo (who had previously printed in Mexico City from 1577) received permission in 1584 to print books under Jesuit supervision. Lima was only the second city in the New World to establish a printing press, and the first such city in South America and indeed in the southern hemisphere. This is thus one of the very earliest southern hemisphere incunabula. The first three books from the Lima press were all the work of the Jesuit father José de Acosta, author of the Historia natural y moral de las Indias, assisted by Juan de Atienza (one of them may have been responsible for each language: see Ana Carolina Hosne, Jesuit Missions to China and Peru, 1570-1610, 2003, pp. 104-5; see also Sabine Hyland, The Jesuit and the Incas: The Extraordinary Life of Padre Blas Valera, S.J., 2003, pp. 169-194). A Spanish text appears at the top of the page; below, in double columns, are translations into Quechua and Aymara, the two major native American languages spoken in the Andes region and dating back to the Inca Empire.Catechisms or religious aids, the role of such books and their authors alongside that of the printing press itself in the history of colonial domination is undergoing extensive re-evaluation in modern times. However we view them today, they are of outstanding importance for our understanding of the ethnological, and linguistic history of early colonial Peru, as well as for the history of the spread of religion for its own sake and as a tool of the colonial powers.

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        Danorum Marca, uel Cimbricum, aut Daniae Regnum, multis siu partib. marinis interseptum fluctib... Kolor. Kupferstichkarte von M. Jordanus bei Braun u. Hogenberg, 1585. 38,5 x 47 cm.

       1585 Witt 48.- Auf Ersuchen des königlichen Statthalters, Heinrich Rantzau, fertigte Marcus Jordanus die Karte vom Königreich Dänemark, welche als einzige Landkarte drei Jahre darauf in Georg Brauns und Franz Hogenbergs Werk \'Theatrum Urbium\' aufgenommmen wurde. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Commentaires aux coustumes du duché de Bourbonnois rapportées aux moeurs et observances des pays de Bourgongne, Berry et Auvergne, la Marche, Nivernois et autres plus eslongnez : et ensemblement conférées avecq les anciens usages des premières Monarchies et Gouvernemens : Selon le tesmoignage des Docteurs Canoniques et civils t autheurs approuvez aux lettres humaines.

      A Lyon par Benoist Rigaud 1585 - (6) - 542pp- (22). Plein vélin dos à 6 nerfs pièce de titre de maroquin rouge ( reliure pastiche) Mention 16éme "C. Bourbonnois" , à la plume sur la trance de queue. Trois premiers feuillets habilements restaurés en angle . Agréable exemplaire du 16éme siècle , frontispice gravé sur bois à l'antique . [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Biblia Das ist: Die gantze heylige Schrifft Teutsch / Durch D. Mart. Luther, Jetz und in gewisse Verß abgetheilet vnnd mit gantzem fleiß nach der Biblia die Anno 1545. zu Wittemberg gedruckt/corrigiert. Ander Theil dess Alten Testaments, darinnen alle Propheten...; Da Neuw Testament teutsch, D. Mar. Luth. sampt einem ordentlichen Register.

      Franckfort am Mayn, Hieronimus Feirabendt/ Sismismund Feieraben, Johann Feyerabendt, 1585/1582 Kl.8°, 4 Bl., , 385 BL. u. 232 Bl., 2 Bl. (Altes Testament); 167 Bl. (Neues Testament); 3 Bl. (Register, 1582). Zwischentitel vor den Propheten und dem Neuen Testament., Goldverzierter Einband mit Spitzenmuster (17. Jht.), Schliessen fehlend, Erstes Titelblatt mit Randfehlstellen. Teilweise fingerfleckig und wasserrändig, einige wenige Marginalien von alter Hand. Wurmfrass am Einband, Rücken am Fuss teilweise fehlend (kein Textverlust). Bibeltext zweispaltig. drei Titeleinfassungen von Jost Amman vor den jeweiligen Abtn. (VD16 ZV 1515; Stefan Strohm E 526; Rudolf Schmidt. Bd. 1S. 240-246; Josef Benzing. S 127). Johann Feyerabend (1550 - 1599). Drucker aus Schwäbisch Hall. ab 1573 in Köln. Zusammenarbeit mit dem Vetter von Sigmund Feyerabend (1528-1590). Schriftschneider. Holzschneider. Versand D: 20,00 EUR Alte Drucke - Bibeln Religion - christliche Religion - Bibeln

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        Schloß Horst.

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, 1585, 20,5 x 27,5 Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 269. - Haus Horst mit der Kapitulation im Februar 1585. - Haus Horst umgeben von Ansichten von Gladbach, Kloster St. Nikolaus (Jüchen), Kleinenbroich u. Burg Liedberg (beide Korschenbroich). (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        COMMENTARIORUM VARIARUMQUE RESOLUTIONUM IURIS CIVILIS

      Officina Q. Philip. Tinghi., 1585 Lugduni. 1585. Officina Q. Philip. Tinghi. 31X21. 3h+586+9h. 3 Tomos en la misma Obra. Bella encuadernación de piel de persona importante de la época. Curiosa Obra del Gran Maestro Antonio Gomez. Ref 1.5 Biblioteca A.. Edición Especial. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.

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        Les Ans du Roy Richard le Second Collect' Ensemble' Hors de les.

      1585 - "Supplies a Chasm in the Printed Year Books" Bellew(e), Richard, Compiler. Les Ans du Roy Richard le Second Collect' Ensemble' Hors de les Abridgments de Statham, Fitzherbert et Brooke. London: Imprinted by Robert Robertson, Dwelling in Fewter Lane Neere Holborne, 1585. [viii], 326 [i.e. 342], [6] pp. Collates complete. Octavo (6" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and large central arabesques to boards, raised bands to spine, later repair to foot of spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities, with some wear to head of spine, corners bumped and somewhat worn, joints just starting near head. Title printed within woodcut typographical border, large woodcut arms to verso of title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Moderate toning to text, very light foxing in places, faint dampstaining to a few leaves, internally clean. * First edition (one of 3 imprints issued in 1585). As Wallace notes, this alphabetical abridgement of a Year Book of Richard II covering the Courts of King's Bench and Common Pleas from 1378 to 1400 "supplies a chasm in the Year Books." He says it is "very rare," and it is indeed rather scarce. OCLC locates 12 copies of this edition (all imprints). Wallace, The Reporters 111-112. Beale, A Bibliography of Early English Law Books R478. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIAE GENUENSIUM LIBRI XII. Uberti Folietae

      Hieronymus Bartolus 1585 Foglietta, Uberto. Historiae Genuensium libri XII. Genuae, Hieronymus Bartolus, 1585. In - folio, pergamena ottocentesca con unghie. (14), 314 ff. con bel ritratto dell' autore entro bordura istoriata allegorica in silografia. Carattere italico. Ottimo esemplare dell' edizione originale. Manca al Lozzi. Cat. Bocca, 2280. Bibl. Platneriana, p. 153.

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        Le parfait courtisan

      De L’Imprimerie de George L’Oysselet, pour Claude Micard a Paris, Rouen 1585 - 8vo. pp. (xxxii), 660, (xxxiv); Lacking last blank. Double column, French in Roman letter, Italian in Italic. Title within ornate architectural border publisher’s initials at head and tail, small woodcut portrait bust, woodcut initials and headpieces, C19th stamp "B. Grandmaison" in lower blank margin of title, with a ms. shelf mark above. Light age yellowing, title very slightly dusty, with a couple of small marginal holes, minor light marginal water-stain in lower margin towards end. A very good clean copy in contemporary limp vellum, yapp edges, remains of ties, lower outer corner of lower cover torn. Excellent edition of the best C16th French translation of Castiglione’s Cortigione by Gabriel Chapuis, published simultaneously in Lyon, Rouen and Paris, a near exact reprint of the first of 1580, of tremendous influence in France. This translation was also published in Britain in 1588 in Wolfe’s trilingual edition along with the equally influential English translation by Thomas Hoby. Chapuis states that his reason for attempting a new translation is, in the same way that the Perfect Courtier described in the book cannot actually exist, neither can the perfect translation, and he felt that previous attempts had fallen short of the high standards demanded by Castiglione’s masterpiece. The Cortigione is the prototype courtesy book and one of the most enduringly popular and influential works of the Italian Renaissance. "The Courtier depicts the ideal aristocrat, and it has remained the perfect definition of a gentleman ever since. It is an epitome of the highest moral and social ideals of the Italian Renaissance, many of them inspired by classical examples. Another section provides similar rules for the conduct of a lady and the book ends with the celebrated pronouncement on platonic love by Bembo.", Printing and the Mind of Man. The work was soon translated into most European languages and Cervantes, Corneille, Shakespeare, Spenser, Jonson and Shelley are but a few of those who are clearly in its debt. The book is based on a nostalgic recreation of Castiglione's experience at the court of Duke Guidobaldo da Montefeltro of Urbino at the turn of the sixteenth century. It describes the ideal court and courtier, and relates the philosophical, cultured and lively conversations that occurred at Urbino, presided over by Elizabetta Gonzaga. The conversation, which takes place over a span of four days in the year 1507, addressed the topic, proposed by Federico Fregoso, of what constitutes an ideal Renaissance gentleman and is written in refined and elegant prose, spiced with humour. The speakers, prominent nobles and literati in the court of Urbino, include Giuliano de Medici, Pietro Bembo, Ludovico da Canossa Emilia Pia, Elizabetta Gonzaga amongst many others. BM STC Fr. C16th p. 94 (Paris version). Brunet I 1630-1. IA 133.642. Not in Adams French [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Trattato dell'arte della pittura, scoltura, et architettura, di Gio. Paolo Lomazzo milanese pittore, diuiso in sette libri. . Con vna tauola de' nomi de tutti li pitttori, scoltori, architetti, & matematici antichi, & moderni. .

      per Paolo Gottardo Pontio, stampatore regio. A instantia di Pietro Tini, Milan 1585 - FIRST EDITION OF A SEMINAL WORK OF ART THEORY FIRST EDITION second issue. 4to. [xl], 700 [i.e. 698] [ii]. [?]?, [??] A-2V?, 2X? Roman letter, titles in Italic. Small woodcut printer’s device on title, divisional half-title with woodcut portrait of Lomazzo in medallion on recto of B1, contemporary ms. ex libris ‘Biblio D.D. Corroli de Pradol, epipi Monsque’ to blank margin of title, shelf mark on pastedown. Light age yellowing, the very occasional minor marginal mark. A very good, well margined copy, crisp and clean, in contemporary limp vellum, remains of ties, head of spine restored, soiled and rubbed. First edition, second issue with a new title page, of this seminal work of art theory by the Italian painter and writer Lomazzo. "Lomazzo, the Milanese painter (1538-1600), wished to give in his theoretical writings the final and conclusive argument for the nobility of painting. By demonstrating that the painter’s primary and most important activity was intellectual, and that that his manual activity was in all cases simply an execution of ideas mentally conceived, he extended to painters the dignity hitherto enjoyed by poets and rhetoricians. By supplying rules for the seven parts of painting that he had logically deduced from careful definition, he "reduced painting to an art," and elevated it to an academic subject. These demonstrations were to result in a single and complete treatise that covered theory, technique, and subject matter. . Lomazzo’s publications were not motivated simply by his vanity as a painter or his ambition as a writer. During the century and a half previous to his career, enormous changes had taken place in the art of painting, which made his arguments for the higher station of painting both necessary and valid. Painters had developed techniques and rules that could be systematized and taught like those of the liberal arts, and they had increased the range and seriousness of the thematic matter of the art in a way to rival literature. The technical accomplishments of the Renaissance painters are still admired and studied in an age that abjures their employment, and the full extent of the intellectual content of Renaissance painting will remain a matter for inquiry, discovery and synthesis through many more years of iconographical studies." Gerald Ackerman. The Art Bulletin Vol. 49, No. 4 (Dec., 1967). "It is the summa of late Renaissance theory of art, a book Schlosser called the ‘bible of Mannerism’. .Lomazzo’s art theory reached many readers. Still in the sixteenth century a translation of the Trattato appeared in Oxford, "englished by Richard Haydock, student of Physick" (1598). A treatise by the English miniature painter Richard Hilliard is so closely related to the Trattato that it has been considered a paraphrase of Lomazzo’s text. Here was finally the longed -for, articulate, complete system of painting - and Lomazzo constructed a system perfectly fitting the intellectual and emotional atmosphere prevailing among the public he addressed. His claim to providing a system rests, to begin with , on what he believes to be a complete enumeration of the constituents, or "parts" of paintings. The art of producing images consists of seven parts, and to each of them a book of the Trattato is devoted." Moshe Barasch. ‘Theories of Art: From Plato to Winckelmann’. The book is also full of first-hand information about milanese artists, quoting extensively from lost sources. The seventh and final book includes a veritable dictionary of the iconography of the period. A lovely copy of this important first edition. BM STC C16 It., p. 391. Brunet, III, 1148 ‘Estimés et peu communs’. Comolli, A. Bib. storico-critica dell'architettura civile, I, p. 18-24. Fowler, 186. Cicognara 159-161. Berlin Kat 4612 Italian [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Hamburga, Florentissimum inferioris Saxoniae emporium, Anglorum frequetarione hoc tepore celeberrimum ... Kolor. Kupferstich v. Braun u. Hogenberg, 1585. 15,6 x 47,1 cm. Unter Passepartout.

       1585 Hübsch kolorierte Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau. Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Exempla Iurisprudentiae [Bound with] Prologomena Iurisprudentiae...

      1585. Two Introductory Works by an Important Sixteenth-Century Humanist Jurist Wesenbeck, Mattaeus [1531-1586]. Exempla Iurisprudentiae. Leipzig: [Georgius Defnerus Imprimebat], 1585. [xvi], 240 pp. [Bound with] Wesenbeck, Mattaeus. Prolegomena Iurisprudentiae: De Finibus & Ratione Studiorum Librisq[ue] Iuris. Leipzig: Imprimebat Georgius Defnerus, 1584. [viii], 167, [1] pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, early hand-lettered title to spine, ties lacking. Light soiling and rubbing to extremities, pastedowns excised, minor worming in a few places (with no loss to legibility). Light browning to text. Early owner annotation to front endleaf, his signature to foot of title page, internally clean. $1,500. * Exempla: third and final edition; Prolegomena: only edition (as an independent work). Wesenbeck, a leading Belgian humanist jurist who taught at the Universities of Jena and Wittenberg, was a distinguished and prolific scholar of Roman law with a pan-European reputation. A posthumous eight-volume collection of his consilia was published from 1611 to 1624. Our volume collects two books on jurisprudence for students. Exempla, a volume of legal points, was first published in 1573. Prolegomena, an introductory work on the law, was originally a section of the 1566 edition of Paratitla in Pandectas Iuris Civilis. Both titles are scarce. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts W2138, W2146.

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        Gallia

      Mercator Gerard 1585 - "Gallia". Orig. copper-engraving by G. Mercator, published by Mercator's heirs, 1585. Original old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche and another ornamental cartouche with the scale of map ("Mil. communia Gallie"). 35,5:40,5 cm (14 x 16 inch.). Koeman I, map 4000:1A, ed. 1:001/11 (1585-95) - Decorative map of France. From the 1. edition of the 1. "Atlas"!!!

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        Europae':.

      - Altkolorierter und goldgehöhter Kupferstich v. Hugo Favoli n. Abraham Ortelius aus Theatri Orbis Terrarum Enchiridion b. Christoffel Plantin für Filips Galle in Antwerpen, 1585, 16 x 21,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III A, 331:21, 5 u. 6. - Zeigt Europa als Kontinent. - Am linken Rand Titelkartusche. - Unten links Meilenzeiger. - Verso eine altkolorierte England-Karte ('Anglia. 6.'). - Seltene Karte. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        C. Cornelii Taciti Opera quae exstant. Ex Iusti Lipsi editione ultima e cum eiusdem ad ea omnia Commentariis aut Notis. Scripta e addita ab eodem singulis libris Breviaria valde ad memorian e Historiae lucem. UNITO A Iusti Lipsi ad annales Cor. Taciti liber commentarius. Antverpiae apud Christophorum Plantinum 1585 pp. (8) + 187. UNITO A Iusti Lipsi Ad Historiarum notae. Antverpiae apud Christophorum Plantinum 1585 pp. (8) + 48 + (16).

      apud Christophorum Plantinum, Antverpie 1585 - Minimi naturali difetti alla pergamena copertina quasi distaccata perduti i due risguardi note di antica mano e ampia ma lieve gora al primo frontespizio chiare bruniture. Nel complesso esemplare pulito Bellissime marche tipografiche ai frontespizi capilettere xilografati (12) + 251 con 1 tavola f.t. p. 3 opere in 1 tomo in-4 p.perg coeva titoli manoscritti al dorso

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        Warhaftige deschription und beschreibug der Stadt Neus mitt beiliggede Stetten Schlosser Dorffer und Schantzen':.

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, 1585, 21,5 x 27,5 Schmitt, Michael; Neuss 1477- 1900, Nr. 148. - Zweite erweiterte Fassung der Umgebungskarte von Neuss mit Angaben zu den landesherrlichen Besitzverhältnissen und Belagerungsszenen durch die Truppen des Herzogs Alexander Farnese 1586. - Zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Düsseldorf, Dormagen-Zons, Schloß Myllendonk, Kapellen und Gohr. - Die Orte Liedberg, Schloß Dyck, Hemmerden, Hülchrath, Neukirchen, Gohr, Holzbüttgen, Kleinenbroich, Grefrath, Drügeütz, Holzheim, Düsseldorf-Bilk, Düsseldorf-Himmelgeist, Düsseldorf-Heerdt, Düsseldorf-Volmerswerth, Nievenheim, Neuss, Grimlinghausen, Norff, Büttgen, Kloster Gnadenthal u. Rosellen mit kl. Ansichten. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Cy ensuont ascuns nouel cases Collectes per le iades tresreuerend Iudge, Mounsieur Iasques Dyer, chiefe Iustice del common banke, Ore primierment publies & imprimies [etc.]. S.T.C. 7388(b) [this, the Taussig copy]; Beale R481

      London: in Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, Ianuarii primo [etc.], 1585. Contemporary calf, rebacked, the original spine laid down, occasional light staining, repairs to the first blanks, else an exceptionally bright copy First edition of Dyer, one of two named reports (with Plowden) to appear in the 16th century, of particular value, in Dr. Baker's words, for the "quotations from manuscript reports and readings, many of which are now known only from this source

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        Danorum Marca, uel Cimbricum, aut Daniae Regnum, multis siu partib. marinis interseptum fluctib, ab ortu . M.D.LXXXV.':.

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Marcus Jordan aus Civitates orbis Terrarum b. Braun & Hogenberg, dat. 1585 ersch. 1588, 38,5 x 46,5 Tooley's Dic. of Mapm. Rev. Ed. E - J, S. 457 (Marcus / Marc Jordan / Jordanus / Jorden 1521-1595); Hollstein, F. Hogenberg 171/III (von 3); Karrow 45/5; Meurer, Fontes S. 222; Witt, Schleswig-Holstein S. 48 und Abb. 27; Unverhau, Stormarn S. 75f. mit Abb.; Dreyer-E., Geschichte Abb. S. 102. - "Die älteste gedruckte Generalkarte von Dänemark" und die einzige Karte des Städtebuchs, entstanden auf Ansinnen des königlichen Statthalters H. Rantzau. - Zeigt Dänemark, Schleswig-Holstein, Südschweden und Bornholm. - Unten rechts Titelkartusche mit Weltkugel, Himmelskugel sowie astronomische Geräte, Wappen und Allegorien. - Oben rechts Dedikation an den königlichen Statthalter, Heinrich Rantzau. - Am linken Rand weitere Kartusche. - Im Kartenhimmel großes Wappen. - In der Ostsee Meerungeheuer und Segelschiff. - Diese äußerst dekorative Blatt erschien als einzige Karte im Ansichtenwerk "Civitates orbis Terrarum" von Georg Braun und Frans Hogenberg. - Tadellos erhaltenes Exemplar (the map in perfect quality)! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        1585 Catholic Apologetics Genealogy House of BOURBON & Capet Pierre de Belloy

      Published: [1585] - 1585 Catholic Apologetics Genealogy House of BOURBON & Capet Pierre de Belloy Extremely Rare with Folding Genealogies Pierre de Belloy (1540 – 1613) was a French lawyer and magistrate. We do not find any other 16th-century examples of this same work for sale anywhere else! However, its popularity remained continuously through the 18th-century and was printed numerous times in numerous languages during that time. Catholic Apologetics were extremely important during the late 16th-century and have always been an important facet of the Catholic tradition. The remarkable inclusion in this particular book is the family genealogies. There is a folding plate of the Bourbon family genealogy, part of which is hand-written. The other family genealogy is the Capets. Main author: Pierre de Belloy Title: Apologie catholique, contre les libelles, declarations, advis et consultations faictes, escrites, et publiees par les liguez perturbateurs du repos du Royaume de France : qui se sont esleuez despuis le decez de feu monseigneur, frere unique du Roy Published: [1585] Language: French FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE Wear: wear as seen in photos Binding: tight and secure vellum binding Pages: complete with all 124 pages; plus indexes, prefaces and such Publisher: 1585 Size: ~6.75in X 4in (17cm x 10cm) Photos available upon request. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tracktaet van alle de ghebreken der oogen, die honderd ende derthiene in getale zijn, de welcke de ooge onderworpen is.Dordrecht, Abraham Canin, 1597. Small 8vo (14 x 9.5 cm). Contemporary vellum.

      BMN I, p. 323; Durling 2220; STCN (4 copies, incl. 1 incomplete); Waller 3854. The first Dutch translation of a pivotal French work on ophthalmology, drawing on many Greek and Arabic sources. First published in French, in 1585, as Traité des maladies de l'oeil, it is considered by Garrison and Morton to be the best of Renaissance books on ophthalmology and an epitome of existing knowledge on the subject. Jacques Guillemeau from Orleans (1550-1612), was a pupil of Ambroise Paré, to whom the book is dedicated. Paré, in his turn, contributed a laudatory poem to the work. The present Dutch edition was translated by Carolus Battus (author of an early cookbook). The book includes several fine historiated woodcut initials.Fine copy, with bookplate and signatures.

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        De la vie & des actions d'Alexandre le Grand. De la traduction de M. de Vaugelas. Dernière edition avec les supplemens de J. Freinshemius, traduits par feu M. du Ryer. Amsterdam, Johannes van Ravesteyn, 1665.

      8º: *#8 2*#4 A-2R#8 2S#4, gepag.: [24] 612 [34] pp., met een fraaie gegraveerde titelpagina. Oorspronkelijk perkament, platten met omgezette rand."In Amsterdam uitgegeven Franse vertaling van 'De rebus gestis Alexandri Magni' van Curtius Rufus. Claude Favre de Vaugelas (1585 - 1650) had blijkens het voorwoord meer dan dertig jaar aan de vertaling gewerkt om haar tot een toonbeeld van onberispelijk Frans te maken. Het resultaat van al zijn inspanningen zou hij nooit in druk zien, want de vertaling verscheen voor het eerst in 1653, drie jaar na zijn dood. Bezorger van de uitgave is Pierre du Ryer (1605 - 1658). Hij vertaalde de uitvoerige ""supplementen"" van Johann Freinshemius, die vooraf gaan aan het derde boek van Curtius. Het boek is zeldzaam. Slechts een exemplaar van deze uitgave in de STCN (Londen)."

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        Concilium tridentinum, sub Paulo III. Iulio III. et Pio IIII. Pont. Max. celebratum. Accessere Pii IIII., & V. Bullae, quaedam decreta explicantes, & Sacrae Scripturae loci, in margine.

      Venice, Andrea Muschio, 1585. - 8vo. (16), 399, (17) pp. [With:] Index librorum prohibit[orum]. Ibid., 1585. (32) pp. With 2 different printer's devices, a full-page woodcut after the preliminaries, and 12 more woodcuts in the text. Contemp. limp vellum with ms. spine title. Traces of ties. Pleasing, small-format edition of the sessions and rulings of the Council of Trent (1545-63), which initiated the 16th century movement of renewal within the Catholic church. The appendix contains the "Index of prohibited books" as issued in 1564. - Vellum binding somewhat wrinkled. Occasional brownstaining due to paper; slight fingerstaining and waterstaining near beginnung and to final leaf. Contemp. ms. notes and underlinings to first few pages of text. Title page has early ownerships "Ex libris Georgii Kembter [?]" and ("Bouthillier Kammerprokurator"); a few notes to front pastedown. Title page trimmed at lower edge (no loss to text); slight tear to f. ++2 (Index libr. prohib.). Edit 16, CNCE 13038.

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        Europae':.

      - Altkolorierter und goldgehöhter Kupferstich v. Hugo Favoli n. Abraham Ortelius aus Theatri Orbis Terrarum Enchiridion b. Christoffel Plantin für Filips Galle in Antwerpen, 1585, 16 x 21,5 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III A, 331:21, 5 u. 6. - Zeigt Europa als Kontinent. - Am linken Rand Titelkartusche. - Unten links Meilenzeiger. - Verso eine altkolorierte England-Karte ('Anglia. 6.'). - Seltene Karte. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Juvenalis Satyrarum Libri V. A. Persii Flacci Satyrarum Lib. I. Edited by Theodoor Poelman.

      Antverpiae, Ex officina Christoph. Plantini. 1585 202pp, ornamental woodcut titlepage border. 16mo. Sl. marginal tear without loss to A2. A good copy; some passages underlined, a handwritten index on final endpaper & inner back cover, several ownership names struck through on titlepage & inner front cover. Contemporary blind stamped pigskin, covers blind tooled with multi line & ornamental borders, a centre panel stamp depicting the figures & text beneath, 'Grammattic, Dialectica, Retorica, Aritmetica', back cover shows the figures of 'Musica (2), Geometria, Astronomi', spine divided into five panels, book block with carmine red edges; darkened but in good sound condition.This edition was first published in 1566 and was based on a larger octavo edition which Poelman, 1512-1581, had prepared for Plantin the year before. It was this text, with a slightly variant imprint, and a preliminary dedication, that launched Plantin's series of 24mo classical editions for travellers. 1585 was an important year in Plantin's printing, as following the capitulation of Antwerp to the Spaniards in August he returned to the city after two years of self-imposed exile in Leiden. This 16mo edition was produced by Plantin's son-in-law Jan Moretus at the Antwerp office whilst Plantin was still away in Leiden. For a detailed analysis of this subject see David J. Shaw.

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        La sepmaine ou creation du monde

      A Paris: Chez Hierosme de Marnef, 1585. Fine. Chez Hierosme de Marnef, A Paris 1585, In-4 (14,5x21,5cm), (16) 731pp. (20), relié. - New edition, first with comments and notes Thevenin pants. Brand printer in title page. Large arms of the Duke of Lorraine privilege of the back, which is dédicadé work. Binding in full eighteenth glossy blond calf. Back with nerves decorated with small irons, tail wheel. As part morocco chocolate. Triple mentoring net on the boards. Red edges. Friesland on cuts and interior. Two cuts in the lead with a fragile headdress. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, la première avec les commentaires et les notes de Pantalon Thevenin. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre avec la devise "En moy la mort, en moy la vie". Grandes armes du Duc de Lorraine au verso du privilège, auquel est dédicadé l'ouvrage (chaque jour porte une épitre à un membre de la maison de Lorraine. Privilège du 24 octobre 1584. Chaque jour est orné d'une vignette de titre (3,5x5cm) et d'un tableau généalogique qui le précède et qui détaille tout ce dont traite le poème. Une figure figurant une rosace des vents p. 171, une autre de la carte céleste p. 220 ; une autre des zones climatique p. 281 ; une autre du zodiaque p. 367 ; deux sur les éclipses p. 426 et 430. Texte dans un beau caractère italique, le commentaire qui le suit en romains. L'originale de La semaine de Du Bartas parut en 1578. Reliure en plein veau blond glacé XVIIIe. Dos à nerfs orné aux petits fers, roulette en queue. Pièce de titre en maroquin chocolat. Triple filet d'encadrement sur les plats. Tranches rouges. Frise sur les coupes et intérieur. Deux coupures en tête, avec une coiffe fragile. Deux coins émoussés. Petits manques en tête des mors supérieur. Une tache page 67. Certains feuillets rognés courts. une mouillures de la p. 492 à 506 au coin droit, marge basse, reprenant p. 561 sur quelques feuillets. Autre mouillure en bas de page et mangeant un peu le texte à partir de la p. 714 jusqu'à la fin. Page de titre avec salissures en marges. Nombreuses erreurs de pagination : après la p. 184, on revient à 165 jusque 186, puis la pagination passe à 209 jusque 216, puis revient à 197. La pagination revient en arrière à 204 jusqu'à 210, puis reprend à 233. Nouvelle erreur après la page 561, qui au verso passe à 512 et poursuit jusqu'à la fin. Le tout sans manque. Importante édition tant le genre du poème appelle les commentaires et l'érudition. La première semaine, tant que sa suite, la seconde, est une sorte de poème encyclopédique qui suit le déroulement de la Genèse et propose à ses lecteur la somme des connaissances du monde. La poésie de Bartas eut un immense succès en son temps, peut-être parce qu'on y trouvait également une foule d'enseignements sur les anciens, la science, et les inventions. Goethe en fut un fervent admirateur, elle fut moins goûtée par la suite en France, qui la jugea bonne dans ses idées mais trop débridée à son goût. La Renaissance eut beaucoup de goût pour la paraphrase et La semaine qui est déjà une forme de paraphrase de la Genèse se voit ici à son tour paraphrasée, mais cette fois par un discours scientifique qui éclaire sa mise en oeuvre et les dessous de son écriture, tant sur l'astromie, la science naturelle, la botanique, les mathématiques, que l'ensemble des savoirs qui glorifie l'homme. NB : Cet ouvrage est disponible à la librairie sur demande sous 48 heures.

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        Lucano poeta, y historiador antiguo: En que se tratan las guerras Pharsalicas, que tuuieron Iulio Cesar y Pompeyo. Traduzido de latin en Romance Castellano, por Martin Lasso de Oropesa.

      en casa de Iuan Cordier 1585 - 8º, (153x100mm.); [8], 397 p.; sign.: - 8, A-Z8, Aa-Bb8 (Bb8, blanca, ausente en este ejemplar).- Encuadernación del s. XIX en piel verde, lomo con nervios, tejuelo y nervios dorados; esquina superior y base de la portada, y punta inferior de 4, restauradas; algunas páginas ligeramente remarginadas; pequeña galería que solo afectaba a las apostillas marginales de páginas 265 a 356, restaurada, todas las restauraciones aparentemente del s. XIX; ligeros subrayados antiguos en verso de 5.- Proc.: Ex-libris de Joaquín García Icazbalceta, lema "Otium sine litteris mors est" en contraplano delantero.- Existe variante con el pie de imprenta "en casa de Pedro Bellero". [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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