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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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        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.

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        Corpus juris civilis, in IIII partes distinctum.

      - Corpus juris civilis, in IIII partes distinctum. His accesserunt commentarii, quibus inter caetera variae lectiones, leges similes, contrariae, abrogatae, verborum legumque difficilium interpretationes atque compendia. continentur. Praeter Institutionum et Novellarum Justiniani novam epitomen, ad ordinem Edicti perpetui accommodata. Authore Dionysio Gothofredo. Adjecti sunt indices duo rerum et verborum, auctore P.C.B. [Pieter Cornelis Van Brederode]. Lugduni [Lyon], in off. B. Honorati [Barthélémy Honorat], 1585, fort in-4, pièces lim., 2077 pp., veau brun, dos à nerfs ornés de fleurons dorés, tr. mouchetées rouges (reliure du XVIIème siècle). (M.1) Relié à la suite : - JUSTINIEN Ier, empereur. Codicis Dn. Justinian. repetitae praelectionis libri XII, commentariis Dionys. Gothofredi. illustratae. Lugduni [LYON], in- oo. B. Honorati [Barthélémy Honorat], 1585, in-4, pièces limin., 957 col., et l'index. - JUSTINIEN Ier, empereur; LÉON VI, empereur. Authenticae seu Novellae constitutiones Dn. Justiniani. Leonis [Agylaeo interprete] et quorundam aliorum imperatorum, commentariis Dionys. Gothofredi. illustratae. Lugduni [Lyon], in off. B. Honorati [Barthélémy Honorat], 1585 (colophon : Excudebat Iacobus Stoer, 1583), in-4, pièces limin., 554 pp. - JUSTINIEN Ier, empereur. Feudorum consuetudines, partim ex editione vulgata, partim ex Cujaciana, vulgatae apposita. Constitutiones Friderici II, imp., extravagantes, liber de pace Constantiae. His accesserunt notae Dionysii Gothofredi. [Lyon], in off. B. Honorati [Barthélémy Honorat], 1586, in-44, pièces limin., 64 col. Troisième édition de la traduction de Denis Godefroy du Code de Justinien qui fit autorité jusqu'à la fin du XIXè siècle. Dans le présent exemplaire, le Codex (Codicis) est en édition originale de la version de Godefroy et le Livre des fiefs (Feudorum) est en quatrième édition. Quant aux Nouvelles constitutions (Novellae constitutiones), elles se trouvent en troisième édition. Les tables de ces dernières sont dues à Pieter Cornelis van Brederode, juriste hollandais, ambassadeur des États-généraux à plusieurs cours d'Allemagne. Le Corpus juris civilis (codex Iustinianus ou codex legum), plus communément appelé Code de Justinien, constitue la compilation et la codification du droit romain antique la plus importante héritée de l'Antiquité. Oeuvre législative de premier plan, elle joua un rôle fondamental dans l'évolution de l'Occident médiéval qui adopta, dès le XIIè siècle, le droit romain à partir de cette forme transmise par Justinien Ier. Elle est née de la volonté de Justinien Ier (483-565), empereur de l'Empire romain d'Orient de 527 à 565, de doter son empire d'un nouveau code de droit fidèle à la tradition romaine. Originaire d'une famille grecque romanisée d'Illyrie, ou d'une famille illyrienne romanisée et hellénisée, cet empereur possédait une vaste culture classique doublée d'une solide formation gréco-latine. La direction de cet ambitieux travail, qui dura quatorze mois, fut confiée en l'an 529 à une commission de dix juristes présidée par Tribonien, fonctionnaire de la cour. Puis, d'une seconde commission, présidée par le même en l'an 534 naquit une seconde version plus restreinte qui donna naissance au Code officiel. [A cette fin, les juristes reprirent et adaptèrent les textes classiques de l'époque, notamment la loi dite des Douze tables et les constitutions impériales du Bas-empire (leges)) publiées depuis Hadrien, mettant à jour par-là même le Code de Théodose qui datait de l'an 438]. Maintes fois éditée au XVè siècle, et tout au long du XVIè siècle, il fallut attendre la traduction exégétique donnée par Denis Godefroy pour fixer durablement une version latine imprimée, manière de Vulgate, qui prévalut jusqu'à la fin du XIXè siècle. En effet, cette version appelée Littera Gothfrediana, ou Gothofredus, ne fut remaniée significativement qu'avec celle donnée par Théodore Mommsen et Paul Krüger (Berlin, Weidmann, 1870), près de trois cents ans plus tard. La d

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        Marchia Anconitana cvm Spoletano dvcatv

      Mercator Gerad 1585 - "Marchia Anconitana cum Spoletano ducatu". Copper-engraving. Published by G. Mercator, 1585. Original old colouring. With ornamental title-cartouche and "Miliaria Italica communia". 34,5:45,5 cm.

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        Les Oeuvres de Rémy Belleau

      à Paris: Gilles Gilles, 1585. Fine. Gilles Gilles, à Paris 1585, 2 vol. petit in-12 (7,5x13cm), 304ff. (5p.) et 154ff. (17p.), relié. - Our copy meets the first volume of the second collective edition (1585) at the second volume of the first (1578). The first volume contains five books of the poet and the Loves eschanges new gemstone, the Speech from the truth taken from Ecclesiastes, sacred Églogues taken from the Song of Songs, the two days of La Bergerie and celestial Appearances of Aral, a Greek poet (or 198 pieces, encrypted streaming, the text follows the 1578 edition). The second volume contains the Anacreon, various poems (Small inventions, Sonnets, Speech, odes, songs, lamentations, Cartel, epigrams, epitaphs), the comedy The Known and the Tomb of Remy Belleau. XX Binders full red morocco signed Huser, Jansenist back with five nerves, double nets gilded on the cuts and caps, wide gold lace framing of paper contreplats to the tank, all edges gilt. Very nice copy. Remy Belleau quickly joined the college Coqueret alongside Ronsard, Du Bellay, Baïf, then Pleïade in 1554. He published in 1556 his translation of the Odes of Anacreon, who had considerable success with its lightness and its largest accuracy. He was the first translator of the works of Sappho. His Precious stones are something new, combining the symbolism of stones and scientific knowledge. The Sheepfold, pastoral poem evoking Italian poetry, mixing poetry and narrative prose, was also crowned with great success in his time. Belleau was above all a great admirer and connoisseur of Greek poets where he drew his simple and graceful, without affectation. It remains the most famous poet of Pleïade after Ronsard and Du Bellay. He is also very present in the editions of Ronsard. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Notre exemplaire réunit le tome premier de la seconde édition collective (1585) au tome second de la première (1578). Le premier volume renferme cinq recueils du poète : les Amours et nouveaux eschanges des pierres précieuses, le Discours de la vérité pris de l'Ecclésiaste, les Églogues sacrées prises du Cantique des cantiques, les deux journées de La Bergerie et les Apparences célestes d'Aral, poëte grec (soit 198 pièces, chiffrées en continu, dont le texte suit l'édition de 1578). Le second volume contient l'Anacréon, des poèmes variés (Petites inventions, Sonnets, Discours, Odes, Chansons, Complaintes, Cartel, Épigrammes, Épitaphes), la comédie La Reconnue et le Tombeau de Remy Belleau. Reliures XXème en plein maroquin rouge signées Huser, dos janséniste à cinq nerfs, doubles filets dorés sur les coupes et les coiffes, larges dentelles dorées en encadrement des contreplats de papier à la cuve, toutes tranches dorées. Très bel exemplaire. Remy Belleau rejoint assez vite le collège de Coqueret, aux côtés de Ronsard, Du Bellay, Baïf, puis la Pleïade en 1554. Il publie en 1556 sa traduction des Odes d'Anacréon, qui eut un succès considérable par sa légèreté et sa plus grande exactitude. Il sera le premier traducteur des oeuvres de Sapho. Ses Pierres précieuses sont quelque chose de nouveau, associant le symbolisme des pierres et le savoir scientifique. La Bergerie, poème pastoral évoquant la poésie italienne, mêlant poèmes et prose narrative, fut également couronnée d'un beau succès en son temps. Belleau fut surtout un grand admirateur et connaisseur des poètes grecs dans lesquels il a puisé sa manière simple et gracieuse, sans afféterie. Il demeure le poète le plus célèbre de la Pleïade, après Ronsard et Du Bellay. Il est par ailleurs très présent dans les éditions de Ronsard.

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        CONSTITVIÇÕES SYNODAES DO BISPADO DO PORTO,

      - Ordenadas pelo muyto Illustre & Reuerendissimo Senhor Dom frey Marcos de Lisboa Bispo do dito Bispado, &c. [Vinheta tipográfica com a ?emblemática? ou simbólica de Frei Marcos de Lisboa, assinada P. M.] Impressas em a cidade de Coimbra, por Antonio de Mariz impressor da Vniversidade, com licença & aprovação do Conselho geral da sancta Inquisição. Anno de 1585. Agora nouamente acrescentadas com o Estilo da Iustiça, & impressas à custa de Giraldo Mendez liureiro de sua Illustrissima Senhoria. [Colofón]: Acabaramse de imprimir estas Constituyções na Cidade de Coimbra, em casa de Antonio de Mariz, Impressor da Vniversidade. Aos tres dias de Outubro do Anno M. D. LXXXV. Seguido de: DO ESTYLO E OFFICIAES DA IVUSTIÇA Do Bispado do Porto . [Vinheta tipográfica com a ?emblemática? ou simbólica de Frei Marcos de Lisboa, assinada P. M.] Impresso em Coimbra por Antonio de Mariz, Com licença do Conselho Geral da sancta Inquisição. Anno de 1585. Agora nouamente Impresso á Custa de Geraldo Mendez Liureiro de sua Illustrissima R. Senhoria. [In colofón no verso do fólio 30]: Lavs Deo. In 8º gr. (de 25x17 cm) com (xii), 146, (iv), 30 fólios. Encadernação tardia do século XIX com lombada em pele. Ilustrado com vinhetas tipográficas nas folhas de rosto das Constituições Sinodais e do Estilo e Oficiais da Justiça - com significado emblemático (possível de ser expresso por palavras) e belas letras maiúsculos xilografadas (com motivos historiados) no início dos capítulos. Exemplar de trabalho apresentando notas marginais manuscritas na época; títulos de posse e rasuras dos mesmos sobre a folha de rosto de Do Estylo; falhas e reparações grosseiras da época em alguns fólios. Possívelmente a 3º edição edição das Constituições Sinodais do Porto (tendo sido a 1ª edição supostamente publicada em 1498; e a 2º edição em 1541). Inocêncio II, 106. Anselmo, 886 Palha, 338 D. Manuel III, 207 Samodães 245 (867) Location/localizacao: 1-A1-D-65

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        Liber sextus decretalium Bonifacii VIII. Suae Integritati Una Cum Clementinis Et Extravagantibus, Earumque Glossis Restitutus.

      Paris, [Compagnie de la Grande Navire] 1585.. Folio (36 x 24 cm). [4] Bl., 606 Sp., Sp. 609 - 870, [3] Bl., [1] w. Bl., 350, 364 Sp., [1] w. Bl., [11] Bl., [1] w. Bl. Titel in Rot und Schwarz gedruckt. Mit zahlreichen Holzschnitt-Initialen, großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel und 5 teils wiederholten, fast ganzseitigen Holzschnitten. Zeitgenössisches Ganzpergament mit (ehemals gold-) geprägtem Adelswappen auf den Deckeln. Deckel gewellt, Vergoldung oxydiert, ohne die Bindebändchen. Papier gleichmäßig schwach gebräunt. Teils etwas fleckig und wasserrandig.. Index Aureliensis 122.041. Imposante Folio-Ausgabe der Vereinigung Pariser Buchdrucker und -händler, die zur Veröffentlichung von Werken der Kirchenväter 1582 gegründet worden war. Die aktuellen Teilhaber sind jeweils durch kleine Monogramme in den Mastkörben des Schiffs dargestellt. Drei Holzschnitte zeigen den Arbor consanguinitatis, den Arbor Affinitatis und den Arbor Seu Figura Declarativa Tituli de Iure Patronatus. Der wiederholte Holzschnitt zeigt Bonifatius in Professorenpose auf einem Stuhl mit aufgeschlagenem Buch sitzend. Ihm zugewandt sind 8 Zuhörer. Diese zentrale Szene wird eingefasst von einer Bildleisten, in der zu finden sind Porträts der Kirchenväter, Evangelisten und weiterer alt- und neutestamentarischer Personen. Das Wappen des Einbandes wurde von uns nicht identifiziert.

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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.

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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. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gierusalemme liberata poema heroico del signor Torquato Tasso [Ensemble] 

      In Ferrara (Ferrare): Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacunu ; apresso Simon Vasalini, 1585. Fine. Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacunu ; apresso Simon Vasalini, In Ferrara (Ferrare) 1585, Fort in 12 (7,5x13,8cm), (24) 576pp. (12) ; 181pp. (1), relié. - New edition, early, of Jerusalem issued, published for the first time in 1581. Arms of the Duchy of Ferrara on two title pages. The first illustrated edition will be launched in 1590.Plein Scroll of time. Back smooth silent. traces of laces. Lack Leger in mind. First 2 layers with gaps in care margins. Visible to the left of the title page seams. Frais.Poème epic set in stanzas of eight lines and 20 songs, Jerusalem Delivered tells the story of the First Crusade, and Godfrey of Bouillon who became the first ruler of Jerusalem. The cup is in the tradition of Ariosto's Orlando furioso (Orlando Furioso) taking him even more autograph dedication of the authors. The heroes face many tragic torment between love and duty, between honor and feelings ... A second no less characteristic aspect of the work is the use of fantastic registry. These elements feed later opera (Monteverdi and Handel) and painting. The work was promoted to a large posterity until the late nineteenth century. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, précoce, de la Jerusalem délivrée, parue pour la première fois en 1581. Armes du duché de Ferrare sur les 2 pages de titre. La première édition illustrée verra le jour en 1590. Reliure en plein Parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse muet. traces de lacets. Leger manque en tête. 2 premiers feuillets de garde avec manques en marges. Coutures apparentes à gauche de la page de titre. Ensemble frais. Poème épique en strophes de huit vers et 20 chants, la Jérusalem délivrée conte l'histoire de la première croisade et de Godefroy de Bouillon qui devint le premier souverain de Jérusalem. Le Tasse s'inscrit dans la tradition de l'Arioste de l'Orlando furioso (Roland Furieux) en lui empruntant même plusieurs éléments. Les héros subissent de nombreux tourments tragiques, entre l'amour et le devoir, entre l'honneur et les sentiments... Un deuxième aspect non moins caractéristique de l'oeuvre est l'utilisation du registre fantastique. Ces éléments nourriront plus tard l'opera (Monteverdi ou Handel) et la peinture. L'oeuvre fut promue à une très grande postérité jusqu'à la fin du XIXe siècle.

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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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        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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        vnderricht wider die Pestilentz.

      Augsburg, o. Dr. (Valentin Schönig), "den 10. Septembris, Anno", 1585. Format: Kl.-4°.. [8] S.. Mit großer Holzschnitt-Titelarabeske.. Moderner Pappband in Pergamentstil minimal abgegriffen.. Erste und einzige Ausgabe. Nicht nur Gebete, sondern Hygiene bewahrt vor der Pest*** Erste und einzige Ausgabe dieses außergewöhnlich seltenen Berichts über die große Pest am Ende des 16. Jahrhunderts. Über das VD16-Besitzstandsverzeichnis sind lediglich drei Exemplare nachweisbar, in München, Wien und Budapest. Die Zuweisung an den Augsburger Drucker Valentin Schönig konnte erst neuerdings von Herrn Ulrich Kopp in Wolfenbüttel vorgenommen werden. Die anonyme Pestschrift ist von besonderem Interesse, da sie nicht - wie in der Zeit meist üblich - eine theologische Rechtfertigung der Krankheit und eine Anleitung zum Gebet um Linderung und Abklingen der Epidemie enthält. Vielmehr handelt es sich um einen Aufruf zu Sauberkeit, Hygiene und Vermeidung der Ansteckung, die der anonyme Autor der Frömmelei ganz bewusst gegenüber stellt, was einer kleinen aufklärerischen Sensation gleichkommt, die allerdings - das zeigt die Geschichte - wenig Gehör fand: "Derweil alle Krankheiten auß undanckbarkeit und ungehorsame gegen Gott dem Herren Christo herkommen, und der Tod, so darauff volget, der Sünden Sold ist: So wird in diesen schweren läuffen, dem Menschen nichts bessers und hilflichers zur erhaltung der gesundheit und des lebens sein, dann besserung und rechtschaffne Buß, sampt warem glauben, dadurch man zu Gott unserm güttigen Vatter betten, und in umb seinen schirm und täglichen segen anruffen kann, und dann also mit gutem auffmercken, und volgenden mitteln sich der Pestilentz, und dergleichenschweren gifftigen kranckheiten, erwehren. Und so dann nyemands on den Lufft leben mag: Ist erstlich hoch von nötten, das derselbig rain und sauber gehalten werde. Derhalben soll alles kod, unflat, faul, und stinckende ding, auß Hauß unnd Hoff, auch ab den Gassen geraumt werden, unnd sovil möglich, des Menschen wonung und Zimmer nit nach bey Misthauffen, Schwindgruben, haimlichen gemächern, oder anderen unrainern unnd ubelschmeckenden Wassern oder dergleichen, bevor Säwstellen, sein " Es folgen zahlreiche Anweisungen zur Lüftung, Ausräucherung, Luftverbesserung mit ätherischen Essenzen, weiterhin zur Aufnahme reiner, unverdorbener Nahrung, zum Umgang mit eigenen Fäkalien usw. Der Autor gibt einen Wochenplan zur Einnahme von Medikamenten und Verhaltensregeln vor, beschreibt die gefährlichen Symptome, wie man die Pestbeulen behandelt und vieles mehr: "Wo man nun auff solliches ein Beülen, widergendten, Apostem oder schwarze Blatter befindet, es sey am Leib wo es wolle, alßdann mag man (wer starck an krefften oder Blutrech ist) die nechsten Ader darbei, doch vom leib her außwertz lassen ". Auch soll gesund gegessen, aber kein Alkohol getrunken werden: "Uber solliches alles, gehört erst ein gute ordnung mit essen unnd trincken zu dieser kranckheit, doch gar nit Wein vor dreyen Wochen zutrincken, sondern Gerstenwasser, und je zucker Rosat oder Margrantensafft, oder Erbsichsafft darinnen anzweret, oder Mandelmilch damit gemacht und insonderheit der saur Citron oder Limonisafft davon soll man all Abendt und Moprgen etwas nemmen.". Minimale Fingerfleckchen, winziger Eckausriss und kleiner Temoin-Ausriss, sonst aber sauber und bemerkenswert wohlerhalten, breitrandig und schön. VD16 K 2790.

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        Les Oeuvres de Rémy Belleau

      Our copy meets the first volume of the second collective edition (1585) at the second volume of the first (1578).The first volume contains five books of the poet and the Loves eschanges new gemstone, the Speech from the truth taken from Ecclesiastes, sacred Églogues taken from the Song of Songs, the two days of La Bergerie and celestial Appearances of Aral, a Greek poet (or 198 pieces, encrypted streaming, the text follows the 1578 edition). The second volume contains the Anacreon, various poems (Small inventions, Sonnets, Speech, odes, songs, lamentations, Cartel, epigrams, epitaphs), the comedy The Known and the Tomb of Remy Belleau.XX Binders full red morocco signed Huser, Jansenist back with five nerves, double nets gilded on the cuts and caps, wide gold lace framing of paper contreplats to the tank, all edges gilt. Very nice copy.Remy Belleau quickly joined the college Coqueret alongside Ronsard, Du Bellay, Baïf, then Pleïade in 1554. He published in 1556 his translation of the Odes of Anacreon, who had considerable success with its lightness and its largest accuracy. He was the first translator of the works of Sappho. His Precious stones are something new, combining the symbolism of stones and scientific knowledge. The Sheepfold, pastoral poem evoking Italian poetry, mixing poetry and narrative prose, was also crowned with great success in his time. Belleau was above all a great admirer and connoisseur of Greek poets where he drew his simple and graceful, without affectation. It remains the most famous poet of Pleïade after Ronsard and Du Bellay. He is also very present in the editions of Ronsard. Gilles Gilles A Paris 1585 2 vol. petit in-12 (7,5x13cm) relié

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        Die Parabel des verlorenen Sohnes.

      - Folge von 4 Kupferstichen nach Crispijn van den Broeck, 1585, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Kleiner Wappenschild. Je ca. 19,8:27,1 cm. Literatur: Diels/Leesberg (Collaert/New Hollstein) 296-298, je II, 299 III; New Hollstein (Broeck) 96-98, je II, 299 III.- Die vollständige Folge in ausgezeichneten und gleichmäßigen Drucken der zweiten von Claes Jansz. Visscher verlegten Ausgabe, mit allseitigem Rand um die Plattenkante. Geringfügige Altersspuren, schwache Trockenfältchen, im oberen weißen Rand kleine Montierungsspuren, sonst original und sehr gut erhaltene Exemplare.

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        DISCORSI DELLA CONSERVATIONE DELLA VISTA, DELLE MALATTIE MELANCONICHE, DELLI CATARRI, E DELLA VECCHIAIA, COMPOSTI IN LINGUA FRANCESE DAL SIG. ANDREA LORENZO, MEDICO FISICO [...] TRADOTTI IN LINGUA ITALIANA, E COMMENTATI DA FR. GIO. GERMANO FRANCESE, MEDICO CHIRURGO, [...]

      Legatura in piena pergamena coeva, con al dorso restauro integrativo e titolo manoscritto da antica mano, sbiadito; ex - libris Piergiorgio Borio. [8] pp., 276, [4] (con antiporta figurato). Nota di possesso al verso della carta di guardia anteriore; esemplare dedicato al sig. Francesco Galeazzo Pinelli duca dell'Acerenza e Marchese di Galatone da Giovanne Germano. Rara edizione italiana (la prima fu del 1585) di questo celebre trattato di oftalmologia redatto dal medico e anatomista francese Du Laurens, autore di una delle anatomie più note e diffuse del suo tempo, l?"Historia Anatomica" (1600). L'opera in esame è un trattato sulla visione, la vista, la depressione e la vecchiaia. Destinata a un pubblico laico, il testo venne pubblicato in oltre venti edizioni con traduzioni in inglese, tedesco, latino e italiano. L'opera è suddivisa in quattro Discorsi: vista, malinconia, reumatismi e vecchiaia. La popolarità del testo, in particolare la trattazione sulla malinconia e l'invecchiamento, giocò un ruolo importante nel plasmare concetti rinascimentali su follia, malinconia e vecchiaia; interessante, inoltre, la correlazione delle teorie su questi temi di Du Laurens con le opere di Shakespeare. Esemplare con all'angolo inferiore esterno delle prime 6 carte restauro integrativo a causa di rosicatura, a scemare; diverse pagine in lieve e uniforme ossidazione, altrimenti esemplare fresco e marginoso.

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        PREDICA DEL VENERDI SANTO. Fatta nel Duomo di Fiorenza, l'Anno 1585 dal molto R.P.F. Vangelista Marcellino de' Minori Osservanti di San Francesco.

      Appresso Giorgio Marescotti 1585 Prima edizione. Cm.15,7x10. Pg.(16), 148, (16). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Una tavola silografica raffigurante la crocefissione. Al frontespizio marca tipografica con galeone in cornicetta decorativa e il motto "Et vult et potest". Fresco esemplare. Rara pubblicazione del frate francescano Evangelista Marcellino (San Marcello Pistoiese, 1530 - 1593), cronista dell'ordine e prosatore, al secolo Lorenzo Gerbi, altrimenti noto con lo pseudonimo di Lorenzo Selva.

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        Biblia Sacra ?

      Londini [London]: Henricus Midletonus [Henry Middleton] impensis J.H., 1585. 6 parts in 1 vol., titles with woodcut printer's device, woodcut decorations and initials. ¶8 (lacking ¶1(blank)), A-L8, 2A-2O8, 2P6, 3A-3K8, 4A-4P8, 4Q6, 5A-5O8, ¶10, A-Z8, 2A-2C8, 2D4, text in double columns. 4to. Contemporary blind-ruled sheep, worn, with some loss to head of spine, covers loose from textblock at front hinge, 18th century ownership inscriptions to titlepage, some light mildew to title and following leaves, top margin trimmed close, some dampstaining at rear of text, in a custom cloth box. Henry Middleton's third edition of Tremellius and Junius' version of the Bible.

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        Die Cronycke van Hollandt, Zeelandt ende Vrieslant, beghinnende van Adams tiden tot die geboerte ons heren Jhesu. Voertgaende tot den jare M.CCCCC. Ende XVII [1517]. ? Met die Cronike der Biscoppen van Utrecht ? [with:] Register [And:] Cort Waerachtich verhael vande Regeringhe ende ende ghedenckweerdichste gheschiedenissen welcke inde Gravelijckheit van Hollant / Zeelant ende Vriesland ?

      Leiden; Delft: Jan Seversz; Aelbert Hendricxz, 1585. First edition. Title page printed in red and black, with woodcut illustration below. Black letter, text in double columns. Woodcut illustrations throughout the first work. Lacking the world map as usual. Numerous errors in foliation, including missing leaf numbers. [2], 436 [i.e., 434], [4]; 96 ff. 1 vols. Folio. Later full mottled calf, gilt spine (spine worn, front joint cracked but holding). Register folded (worn at outer margins with some losses). Small burn hole in margin of F8 in second title (costing a few letters). First edition. Title page printed in red and black, with woodcut illustration below. Black letter, text in double columns. Woodcut illustrations throughout the first work. Lacking the world map as usual. Numerous errors in foliation, including missing leaf numbers. [2], 436 [i.e., 434], [4]; 96 ff. 1 vols. Folio. First edition of the famed Divisiekroniek or Divisional Chronicle, printed in thirty-two divisions by early Leiden humanist bookseller and printer Jan Seversz. Gerritsen provides a succinct analysis of the printing of the book and identifies characteristics in punctuation, headlines, and errors suggesting the work of two compositors using a single press and small supply of type. The woodcut illustrations comprise some 366 impressions from 192 blocks re-used in a variety of combinations. More than one hundred are coats of arms (from 67 blocks); and many of the blocks were already worn. Many of the illustrations are copies from the Nuremberg Chronicle of Schedel; a few can be reliably attributed to Lucas van Leyden, such as the birth of Christ (F4v). The collation calls for a world map after leaf R4 but even in Nijhoff's time it was lacking in most copies; Gerritsen notes, "usually wanting but required by the text." The map is lacking in both copies recorded at the Library of Congress (including the Rosenwald copy); the KB digital copy does not reproduce the map. The four-leaf Register or index (often lacking) is set in a different type and on a larger sheet (here folded).The 'Kort Waerachtich verhael vande Regeringhe ?' by Ellert de Veer is a continuation of a 1585 edition of the Cronycke (covering events of the sixteenth century), with a woodcut portrait of Philip of Burgundy. The present copy bears the Hendricxz title page (also issued with a Dordrecht title page of printer Pieter Verhagen).Uncommon.

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        DE LA CONNOISSANCE ET MERVEILLES DU MONDE ET DE L'HOMME

      Paris, Chez Thomas Perrier, 1585.. FIRST EDITION 1585, French text, folio mainly in fours, approximately 340 x 220 mm, 13¼ x 8½ inches, a fine woodcut printer's device on title page, on verso title page is an engraved dedicatory poem to Henry III, within ornamental wreath, fine pictorial woodcut headpieces and historiated initials in the text, leaves: (6), 141, (5), the final leaf of the prelims has been misplaced after the title page, the last 5 leaves contain a page of errata and 4 leaves of index, in some copies the index leaves are at the front before the text, collation: a6 (a6 misplaced after a1), A-Ll4, Mm6, e4, collated and all pages present, bound in modern full calf, decorative blind panelling to covers, raised bands, small blind ornament in compartments, gilt lettered red morocco label, new endpapers. Early scribble to margins of title page and blank verso of final leaf, title page dusty and slightly soiled, top outer corner eroded away, as also a small piece of the fore-edge margin and the tip of the lower outer corner, repaired at some time, no loss of text (see image), erosion on the upper corner continues, diminishing in size, to E1, only a6 is repaired, some corners are trimmed to neaten, very slight loss of words to top line of prelims a2v and a5v, fore-edge chip is repeated up to fo. 3, diminishing in size and all rather untidily repaired with no loss of printed area, large pale brown damp stain starts on fo.1 and continues getting fainter to fo. 21, another on lower third of folios 81 and 84, folios 29 and 84 have been reinserted and small tears and chips at fore-edge have been strengthened with a strip of archival tape, occasional small light stains mainly to margins, pale stains to top corners and fore-edge margins of folios 134 - 136, and e2-e4, 45 mm (1¾") brown stain in fore-edge margin of fo. 81- fo.90, small ink splashes to about 10 margins, brief ink scribble in 2 margins, 25 mm (1") chip to lower margin of fo. 56, another much smaller to fo. 94, very small crease to many lower corners, early name and Latin tag in lower margin of errata on Mm6. A good copy of a rare work in a handsome binding. 3 copies in French libraries, no copy in the British or US libraries. This is the first edition of a little-known work of medical interest, reprinted in 1592 in Paris and Antwerp, with the title "Du Bonheur de la Cour et vraie Faelicite de l'homme". The author describes the anatomy and diseases of man, stressing the interaction of physical with psychological and environmental aspects. See: Durling, 16th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, No. 1095; not in Adams, Brunet or Wellcome Library. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Die Cronycke van Hollandt, Zeelandt ende Vrieslant, beghinnende van Adams tiden tot die geboerte ons heren Jhesu. Voertgaende tot den jare M.CCCCC. Ende XVII [1517]. ? Met die Cronike der Biscoppen van Utrecht ? [with:] Register [And:] Cort Waerachtich verhael vande Regeringhe ende ende ghedenckweerdichste gheschiedenissen welcke inde Gravelijckheit van Hollant / Zeelant ende Vriesland ?

      Leiden; Delft: Jan Seversz; Aelbert Hendricxz, 1585. First edition. Title page printed in red and black, with woodcut illustration below. Black letter, text in double columns. Woodcut illustrations throughout the first work. Lacking the world map as usual. Numerous errors in foliation, including missing leaf numbers. [2], 436 [i.e., 434], [4]; 96 ff. 1 vols. Folio. Later full mottled calf, gilt spine (spine worn, front joint cracked but holding). Register folded (worn at outer margins with some losses). Small burn hole in margin of F8 in second title (costing a few letters). First edition. Title page printed in red and black, with woodcut illustration below. Black letter, text in double columns. Woodcut illustrations throughout the first work. Lacking the world map as usual. Numerous errors in foliation, including missing leaf numbers. [2], 436 [i.e., 434], [4]; 96 ff. 1 vols. Folio. First edition of the famed Divisiekroniek or Divisional Chronicle, printed in thirty-two divisions by early Leiden humanist bookseller and printer Jan Seversz. Gerritsen provides a succinct analysis of the printing of the book and identifies characteristics in punctuation, headlines, and errors suggesting the work of two compositors using a single press and small supply of type. The woodcut illustrations comprise some 366 impressions from 192 blocks re-used in a variety of combinations. More than one hundred are coats of arms (from 67 blocks); and many of the blocks were already worn. Many of the illustrations are copies from the Nuremberg Chronicle of Schedel; a few can be reliably attributed to Lucas van Leyden, such as the birth of Christ (F4v). The collation calls for a world map after leaf R4 but even in Nijhoff's time it was lacking in most copies; Gerritsen notes, "usually wanting but required by the text." The map is lacking in both copies recorded at the Library of Congress (including the Rosenwald copy); the KB digital copy does not reproduce the map. The four-leaf Register or index (often lacking) is set in a different type and on a larger sheet (here folded). The 'Kort Waerachtich verhael vande Regeringhe ...' by Ellert de Veer is a continuation of a 1585 edition of the Cronycke (covering events of the sixteenth century), with a woodcut portrait of Philip of Burgundy. The present copy bears the Hendricxz title page (also issued with a Dordrecht title page of printer Pieter Verhagen). Uncommon.

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        [Hebrew: GanÂ? Eden]. Hortvs Eden. Grammatica lingvae sanctae.... Secunda aeditio

      Venice: 1585. 8vo (168 x 110 mm). [2], 102 ff. Hebrew, roman and italic types. Folding letterpress table (a syllabary). Title within type ornament border, printerÂ?s device of three small woodcut crowns. Contemporary limp vellum, ms. title on upper edges (restored patch on lower cover, a few other small restorations). Provenance: Domenicus Masseus, contemporary signature (ex libris Dominici Massei).*** A native of Brescia, very likely of Jewish origin (Marini was a common Jewish name), Marco Marini entered the Augustinian monastery of San Salvatore at Venice at a young age. His knowledge of Hebrew and skill as a Biblical scholar won him a post as translator for the Republic of Venice, and led to his summons to Rome by Pope Gregory XIII to direct the censorship of Hebrew books. Marini appeared in a 1571 list of clerical experts who assisted the Venetian Holy Office in enforcing the Index of Prohibited Books and was directly involved in the destruction of Hebrew books: In 1568, the Venetian authorities "ordered the destruction or correction of thousands of copies of recent [Hebrew] publications and fined those held responsible. The tribunal began by noting that various Jews of the city, both `foreigners' and `Levantines,' had published Hebrew books `almost all incorrect and unexpurgated. They had done this without a governmental imprimaturÂ? The tribunal further noted that two local priests, experts in Hebrew, Fra Marco [Marini] and Fra Paulo of the Augustinian monastery of San Salvatore, had confirmed that the Hebrew titles had not been expurgatedÂ?" (Paul Grendler, "The Destruction of Hebrew Books in Venice, 1568," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 45(1978), p. 111, noting in footnote 29 that this was "more than likely Fra Marco Marini da Brescia, Hebraist and biblical scholar") . Printers and publishers of the offending books -- including the Giovanni di Gara who printed this edition -- were fined large sums and many books were destroyed Â? but others were allowed to be shipped to buyers in Poland and Germany (Grendler, p. 114)! Marini's Hebrew grammar was first published in Basel by Froben in 1580 under the title Grammatica Linguae Sanctae. In 1593 Marini published a Hebrew dictionary (Arca Noe, Thesaurus Linguae sanctae novus, again printed by di Gara), which included all or most of the present text. Both the 1580 edition and the 1593 Arca Noe are very rare, with no copies in the US. Four or five copies of the present edition are held by American libraries. Adams M-598; BM/STC Italian, p. 418; Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, p. 124; EDIT-16 23085.

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        Chirurgia magna... nunc... restituta a 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)

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        [Hebrew: Gan’ Eden]. Hortvs Eden. Grammatica lingvae sanctae.... Secunda aeditio

      Venice: 1585. 8vo (168 x 110 mm). [2], 102 ff. Hebrew, roman and italic types. Folding letterpress table (a syllabary). Title within type ornament border, printer?'s device of three small woodcut crowns. Contemporary limp vellum, ms. title on upper edges (restored patch on lower cover, a few other small restorations). Provenance: Domenicus Masseus, contemporary signature (ex libris Dominici Massei).*** A native of Brescia, very likely of Jewish origin (Marini was a common Jewish name), Marco Marini entered the Augustinian monastery of San Salvatore at Venice at a young age. His knowledge of Hebrew and skill as a Biblical scholar won him a post as translator for the Republic of Venice, and led to his summons to Rome by Pope Gregory XIII to direct the censorship of Hebrew books. Marini appeared in a 1571 list of clerical experts who assisted the Venetian Holy Office in enforcing the Index of Prohibited Books and was directly involved in the destruction of Hebrew books: In 1568, the Venetian authorities "ordered the destruction or correction of thousands of copies of recent [Hebrew] publications and fined those held responsible. The tribunal began by noting that various Jews of the city, both `foreigners' and `Levantines,' had published Hebrew books `almost all incorrect and unexpurgated. They had done this without a governmental imprimatur… The tribunal further noted that two local priests, experts in Hebrew, Fra Marco [Marini] and Fra Paulo of the Augustinian monastery of San Salvatore, had confirmed that the Hebrew titles had not been expurgated…" (Paul Grendler, "The Destruction of Hebrew Books in Venice, 1568," Proceedings of the American Academy for Jewish Research 45(1978), p. 111, noting in footnote 29 that this was "more than likely Fra Marco Marini da Brescia, Hebraist and biblical scholar") . Printers and publishers of the offending books -- including the Giovanni di Gara who printed this edition -- were fined large sums and many books were destroyed ?- but others were allowed to be shipped to buyers in Poland and Germany (Grendler, p. 114)! Marini's Hebrew grammar was first published in Basel by Froben in 1580 under the title Grammatica Linguae Sanctae. In 1593 Marini published a Hebrew dictionary (Arca Noe, Thesaurus Linguae sanctae novus, again printed by di Gara), which included all or most of the present text. Both the 1580 edition and the 1593 Arca Noe are very rare, with no copies in the US. Four or five copies of the present edition are held by American libraries. Adams M-598; BM/STC Italian, p. 418; Bibliotheca Rosenthaliana, p. 124; EDIT-16 23085.

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        Tiipus orbis Terrarum

      Antwerp, Filips Galle, 1585. <b>Die Welt.</b>"Tiipus orbis Terrarum". Orig. copper-engraving after A. Ortelius' map of the World. Egraved by Philippe Galle, 1574. Published by C. Plantin for Galle in Antwerp, 1585. A map of the World in Mercator projection surrounded by the clouds with decorative title-cartouche, another cartouche with Latin text and the date of creation of the map - 1574, a ship in the map, and miniature map of America ("Americae siue noui orbis noua descriptio", 8:11 cm) on the verso. 16:22 cm.. Shirley, map. nr. 132 ("Scarce"); Koeman III, map 0001:331, ed. 331:21 (1585 Enchiridion); Burden: The Mapping of North America, map nr. 48. - Seltene Karte von der Welt. Die Karte ist eine verkleinerte Version der 1. Weltkarte von Ortelius.

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        Sermoni di S. Giovanni Climaco abbate nel Monte Sinai. Ne' quali discorrendosi per la scala di trenta gradi, simili a gl'anni della pienezza dell'età di Giesu Christo, secondo la carne; s'insegna il modo di salire brevemente alla perfettione della vita monastica, religiosa, & santa.

      Apresso Francesco, & gli heredi di Simon Tini,, In Milano, 1585 - Cm. 15, pp. (16) 431 i.e. 435! (75) mancante l'ultima bianca. Marca al frontespizio, capolettera e testatine in xilografia. Legatura coeva in pergamena molle con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Mancanza d'origine al margine bianco di due carte (D6 e Cc8), lievissime e rare gore d'umido al margine di alcune carte, altrimenti volume genuino e ben conservato. Antica nota di possesso ms: Del Sacerdote Giudici Luigi di Gandino. Edizione in volgare del "Klimax tou Paradeisou" ovvero "scala per il paradiso", da cui anche il soprannome Climaco ("quello della scala") assegnato al santo. Notissima guida spirituale di ascesi monacale, dove la vita del monastero viene descritta nei suoi pregi e nelle sue asprezze lungo i gradini che portano infine a Gesù.

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        DELLE GRANDEZZE DEL S. ROSAIO. Prediche due fatte in Prato la prima Domenica d'Ottobre 1582 dal R.P.G. Angelo Pientini da Corsignao, Dottor Teologo dell'Ordine de' Predicatori.

      Appresso Giorgio Marescotti 1585 Prima edizione. Opera dedicata a AndreaSaladino. Cm.15,7x10,3. Pg.(4), 146, (6). Legatura in piena pergamena rigida. Al frontespizio marca tipografica con galeone in cornicetta decorativa e il motto "Et vult et potest". Angelo Pientini, frate domenicano insegnante di teologia, nativo di Corsignano presso Pienza, fu scrittore di cose sacre e oratore assai attivo in Toscana. Morì a Firenze nel 1589.

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        LOCUTIONI DI TERENTIO; OVERO MODI FAMIGLIARI DI DIRE. Ne' quali, con la copia di Forme, & Concetti, si possono Latinamente spiegare tutte le occorrenze giornali. Scielti da Aldo Mannucci, con privilegi.

      (Aldo Manuzio il Giovane) 1585 Testo latino - italiano. Cm.16x10,5. Pg.(58), 220, 76. Legatura in piena pergamena rigida con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Frontespizio decorato. Alcuni cartigli e capilettera incisi. Le principali allocuzioni di Terenzio, tratte dalle sue sei Commedie giunte fino a noi.

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        REPERTORIUM, FORORUM, ET OBSERVANTIARUM REGNI ARAGONUM, UNA PLURIBUS CUM DETERMINATIONIBUS CONSILII IUSTITIAE ARAGONUM PRACTICIS ATQUE CAUTELIS EISDEM FIDELITER ANNEXIS

      Ex officina Dominici à Portonariis., Regni Aragoniae. 1585 - Folio. 6 hojas + 342 hojas. , a dos columnas. Lomo muy deteriorado, faltan dos fragmentos en la ;LA GESTIÓN DEL CONTRA REEMBOLSO SON 7 EUROS Encuadernación en pergamino original.

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        APOLOGIA DEL SIG. TORQUATO TASSO IN DIFESA DELLA SUA GIERUSALEMME LIBERATA. Con alcune altre Opere, parte in accusa, parte in difesa dell'Orlando furioso dell'Ariosto, della Gierusalemme istessa, e dell'Amadigi del Tasso Padre. I titoli tutti si leggono nella seguente facciata. In Ferrara, appresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini, et Fratelli, 1585.

      Prima edizione. Opera divisa in due parti, dedicata a Ferrante Gonzaga. Cm.15,2x9,4. Pg.(16), (112), (228), tutte non numerate. Legatura coeva in piena pergamena molle con titoli manoscritti al dorso. Minima mancanza al capitello superiore. Restauro cartaceo al margine esterno della seconda carta. Tagli spruzzati. L'Opera si apre con la dedicatoria dell'Autore a Ferrante Gonzaga, e due ulteriori dedicatorie "Al Lettore" di Giovan Battista Licini e "Ai Lettori" dello Stampatore, cui seguono due sonetti in lode del Tasso di Angello Grillo. Inizia quindi il testo vero e proprio, con la prima parte che comprende "Degli Accademici della Crusca. Difesa dell'Orlando Furioso dell'Ariosto, contra 'l Dialogo dell'Epica poesia di Cammillo Pellegrino", Stacciata prima, dedicata a Orazio Rucellai da Bastiano De Rossi. Quindi la seconda parte, con frontespizio autonomo, che comprende: "Apologia del Sig. Torquato Tasso"; "Lettera diverse scritte dal Sig. Torquato Tasso et da altri in materia della Gierusalemme Liberata. Con una del Tasso medesimo, in lode dell'Ariosto", dedicata a Mauritio Cataneo; "Parere del Signor Francesco Patrici in difesa dell'Ariosto"; "Difese dell'Orlando Furioso dell'Ariosto fatte dal Signor Horatio Ariosto". Su ambedue i frontespizi marca tipografica raffigurante una salamandra tra le fiamme e il motto "Illaesa estinguo". "Nel 1584 il letterato Camillo Pellegrino scrisse un dialogo (Il Carrafa overo dell?epica poesia) in cui tesseva lodi altissime della Gerusalemme liberata del Tasso, poema che veniva anteposto all?Orlando furioso dell?Ariosto. In contrasto con le opinioni del Pellegrino i soci della Crusca fiorentina, cioè Lionardo Salviati e altri, presero le difese dell?Ariosto, dichiarando di anteporre all?Amadigi di Bernardo Tasso e alla Liberata del figlio Torquato non solo il Furioso, ma anche il Morgante di Pulci, l?Innamorato del Boiardo e l?Avarchide di Alamanni. Torquato, che era allora rinchiuso nella prigione di Sant?Anna, decise di rispondere, componendo in pochi giorni, tra il marzo e l?aprile del 1585, l?Apologia in difesa della Gerusalemme liberata. Ebbe origine in questo modo la polemica tra ariostisti e tassiani, che fu una delle più fitte e convulse dell?intero Cinquecento" (dal Dizionario Zanichelli on line). L'Opera fu pubblicata di nuovo nello stesso anno dall'Osanna a Mantova.

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        Historia disputationis seu potius colloquii, inter Iacobum Colerum et Mathiam Flacium Illyricum, de peccato originis, habitae in arce Langenaw Silesiorum 12. Maij Anno 1574. Paulo ante obitum Illyrici.

      Berlin, Nicolai Voltz, 1585.. 4°, circa 19,4 x 16,3 cm. 60 Blatt Moderner Pappband. Index Aurel. 142.680; VD 16, C 4512; Schottenloher I, 6337; ADB IV, 401f. Seltene erste Ausgabe des Berliner Originaldruckes von 1585, der schon im 18. Jahrhundert als kaum auffindbar galt und 1726 nachgedruckt wurde (vgl. ADB). - Abgedruckt ist ein Protokoll des Disputes zwischen den beiden Lutheraner Theologen Jakob Coler (1537-1612) und Matthias Flacius Illyricus (1520-1575) über den Ursprung der Erbsünde, gehalten am 4. und 12. Mai 1574 auf dem Schloss zu Langenau bei Hirschberg in Schlesien. Mit zahlreichen Beiträgen, u. a. von Matthias Flacius Illyricus d. Ä., Wilh. Axt, Joh. Heune d. Ä., L. Kreide, M. Krimitius, G. Bezold, G. Satorius, M. Schneider, M. Thabor d. Ä. und B. Tilisch. - Gut erhalten, nur gering gebräunt, wenige alte Unterstreichungen, nur einige Seiten mit leichten Wasserrändern. Sonst schön und auf gutem Papier.

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        CREMONA FEDELISSIMA CITTA' ET NOBILISSIMA COLONIA DE ROMANI Rappresentata in disegno col suo contado, et illustrata d&#39;una breve historia delle cose piu&#39; notabili appartenenti ad essa, et de i ritratti naturali de Duchi, et Duchesse di Milano, e compendio delle lor vite.

      In Cremona, in Casa dell'Auttore, 1585. In-folio (mm. 380x245), mz. pergam. antica (risg. rifatti), tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli azzurri, cc.nn. 4, pp. 88,LXXVIII, c.b. 1, poi la numeraz. riprende con i numeri arabi 89-119, cc.nn. 13 (Indici). Privo della carta di ?"Errata?", con la dichiarazione che Agostino Carracci intagliò i ritratti, perchè questo esempl. è in "prima tiratura". Nell'opera, considerata uno dei più bei libri illustrati del Rinascimento, figurano: superbo frontespizio allegorico - al suo verso grande tav. con il ritratto di Filippo II (in medaglione senza berretto) e 55 piccoli scudi (di cui 11 vuoti) con le armi degli Stati appartenenti alla corona di Spagna - altra grande tav. al verso della seconda carta con l'apoteosi di Cremona - bellissimo ritratto di Antonio Campo "Pittore e Cavaliere Cremonese" sulla IV carta - tavola con l'uscita del Carroccio dalla porta di Cremona (a p. 13) - 9 ritratti di vescovi o di altri personaggi illustri, più 24 ritratti dei duchi e duchesse di Milano (uno dei quali vuoto, al libro IV, p. 105), tutti in ovale e che occupano mezza pagina - 27 magnifici grandi capilettera inc. su legno - 4 tavv. f.t. e precisamente: 1, più volte ripieg., con la pianta di Cremona; 1 a doppia pag. con la carta del Contado e Diocesi di Cremona; 2 tavv. con (al recto e verso): il Battistero e sua pianta, il Duomo (a doppia pag.), la famosa torre e sua pianta, inc. in rame da Davide da Lodi - al fine marca tipogr. degli stampatori, Hippolito Tromba e Hercoliano Bartoli - tutte le pagg. di testo sono racchiuse in una bella cornice. L'opera è divisa in quattro libri, dei quali i primi tre riguardano la storia di Cremona dalla fondazione al 1585 e l'ultimo "i veri Ritratti de' Duchi e Duchesse di Milano con una breve narratione delle lor vite". "Edizione originale". Il ns. esemplare è di "prima tiratura" in quanto: la Dedicatoria ai Signori Consiglieri è di 56 righe anziché 61 come nelle tirat. seguenti; i due ritratti di Filippo II (uno al verso della I carta e uno a pag. 112) sono senza berretto; la pianta di Cremona è datata 1582 (anzichè 1583 come nel secondo stato). Cfr. Brunet,I,1526: "Edition originale et fort rare d'un ouvrage estimé?" - Cat. Hoepli,587: "Il Vidoni (Storia della Pittura Cremonese, p. 87) avverte che il ritratto di Ezzelino da Romano a pag. 53 non fu inciso dal Carracci; comunque è in legno, mentre tutti gli altri sono in rame. Probabilmente l'opera fu iniziata nel 1583 come si legge al basso del frontesp. dove la data fu corretta a mano - Cicognara,3977 - Predari, p. 127 la indica come stampata nel 1584 - Graesse,II,30 - Choix de l'Olschki,IV,4257: "Toutes les figures ont été bien gravées par Agostino Carracci d'après les dessins de Campo. Edition fort bien imprimée, rare et recherchée". Prime 4 cc. sapientemente restaurate; la pianta della città di Cremona con fiorit., altrimenti esemplare ben conservato.

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        DE LA CONNOISSANCE ET MERVEILLES DU MONDE ET DE L'HOMME

      Paris, Chez Thomas Perrier, 1585.. FIRST EDITION 1585, French text, folio mainly in fours, approximately 340 x 220 mm, 13¼ x 8½ inches, a fine woodcut printer's device on title page, on verso title page is an engraved dedicatory poem to Henry III, within ornamental wreath, fine pictorial woodcut headpieces and historiated initials in the text, leaves: (6), 141, (5), the final leaf of the preliminaries has been misplaced after the title page, the last 5 leaves containing a page of errata and 4 leaves of index, in some copies the index leaves are at the front before the text, collation: a1, a6, a2-5, A-Ll4, Mm6, e4, collated and all pages present, bound in contemporary limp vellum, no lettering or label. Vellum very worn and stained, 15 mm (¾") of fore-edge 0f upper cover missing, other chips to upper edge of upper cover, much wrinkled, early manuscript to upper cover, early scribble and signatures to lower cover, both pastedowns, rear endpaper, margins of title page and blank verso of final leaf, title page dusty and slightly soiled, top outer corner eroded away, as also a piece of the fore-edge margin and the tip of the lower outer corner, repaired at some time, no loss of text (see image), erosion on the upper corner continues, diminishing in size, to E1, only a6 is repaired, some corners are trimmed to neaten, very slight loss of words to top line of prelims a2v and a5v, fore-edge chip is repeated up to fo. 3, diminishing in size and all rather untidily repaired with no loss of printed area, large pale brown damp stain starts on fo.1 and continues getting fainter to fo. 21, another on lower third of folios 81 and 84, folios 29 and 84 have been reinserted and small tears and chips at fore-edge have been strengthened with a strip of archival tape, occasional small light stains mainly to margins, pale stains to top corners and fore-edge margins of folios 134 - 136, and e2-e4, 45 mm (1¾") brown stain in fore-edge margin of fo. 81- fo.90, small ink splashes to about 10 margins, brief ink scribble in 2 margins, 25 mm (1") chip to lower margin of fo. 56, another much smaller to fo. 94, very small crease to many lower corners, early name and Latin tag in lower margin of errata on Mm6. A poor copy of a rare work. 3 copies in French libraries, no copy in the British or US libraries. This is the first edition of a little-known work of medical interest, reprinted in 1592 in Paris and Antwerp, with the title "Du Bonheur de la Cour et vraie Faelicite de l'homme". The author describes the anatomy and diseases of man, stressing the interaction of physical with psychological and environmental aspects. Durling, 16th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, No. 1095; not in Adams, Brunet or Wellcome Library. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Ioannis Baptistae Folengii Mantuani Monachi Casinatis Ordinis S. Benedicti In omnes Davidicos Psalmos doctissima, ac plane divina Commentaria

      Bibliopolas Socios, Rome 1585 - Contemporary vellum, worn, scattered worm holes, hinges cracked, rear board loosening, a few library marks. Damage to edges of title and some soiling with a large paper repair to the verso, scattered foxing, heavy in spots and a few old stamps, dampstaining and some degradation to lower corners with a few old paper repairs, touching a few letters at the end of the index. An attractively printed edition of Folengo's commentary on the Psalms of David. (x), 453, (11) leaves. Size: Folio. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Anthropology. Inventory No: 044665. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Historia de las cosas mas notables, ritos y costvmbres, del gran Reyno dela China ... con un Itinerario del nueuo Mundo

      Rome: Bartholome Grassi, en la Stampa de Vicentio Accolti, 1585. Small octavo, without the blank leaf at end of preliminaries; some light dampstaining, one page (352) poorly inked by printer with beginning of most lines supplied in contemporary pen & ink, but a very good copy in nineteenth-century quarter vellum and pebbled paper boards, flat spine gilt with coronets at head and tail of spine and ownership stamp of the Conde de Casa Rojas. the East Indies and Southeast Asia. The very rare first edition of the most important early history of China and a significant early work on commodities and colonial activities in the East Indies as well as the West Indies and South America.This was &#39;the most influential and detailed work on China prepared in the sixteenth century… Before the end of the century Mendoza&#39;s compendium had been translated into most European languages and had become one of the best-sellers of its day. Its popularity may be accounted for in part by the great and unsatisfied demand which existed everywhere in Europe for a comprehensive and authoritative survey of China in the vernacular languages… In fact, the authority of Mendoza&#39;s book was so great that it became the point of departure and the basis of comparison for all subsequent European works on China written before the eighteenth century…&#39; (Lach, I, pp. 743-4). The bibliographer Brunet claims that this was the first book printed in Europe to contain Chinese characters (two appear on p. 104).Mendoza&#39;s book was also important for its information on the East Indies and Southeast Asia. Lach identifies only three major sources for this early period: the letters of the Jesuit missionaries in the far east, narratives by commercial travellers from Europe, and &#39;the accounts of two Spaniards who obtained their information about the East by way of the Philippines and Mexico… The two Spanish books… are the work of religious writers with experience in America and hence are only collaterally concerned with southeast Asia. The first of these was from the pen of the Augustinian Friar, Juan González de Mendoza [the second was Acosta&#39;s: see following catalogue entry]… While this famous book deals primarily with China, as the title indicates, it also includes in its last chapters some interesting materials on Malacca, Indochina, and the Philippines. Mendoza depends for these comments on the experiences there in about 1579 of Martin Ignatius de Loyola, a relative of the first Jesuit general and a Franciscan missionary himself…&#39;.The important final part, the Itinerario del Nuevo Mundo, describes the voyage from Spain to China, via the Canary Islands, Santo Domingo, Mexico, New Mexico, Acapulco, the Ladrones, and the Philippines. Mention is made of commodities to be had in the various places, the condition of the peoples met with, and a wide variety of other useful information. Japan, Cochin China, Malaya, and India are then described in similar fashion - as Parker remarks (p. 131) the book was in short &#39;an advertisement of nearly all of the Spanish and Portuguese overseas connections&#39;.The book includes a notice of Antonio de Espejo and his exploration of New Mexico in 1583 - the first such notice of the 1583 expedition to appear in print (a fuller account appeared in a subsequent edition of Mendoza&#39;s book). There is also material on Cuba, Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Central America, and the Philippines. Topics of special interest are natural history, Indian landholding practices, and Spanish cultural developments. Ortelius states in his atlas that he obtained more information about America from this work than from any other single source.

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        DE LA CONNOISSANCE ET MERVEILLES DU MONDE ET DE L'HOMME.

      Paris, Chez Thomas Perrier, 1585.FIRST EDITION 1585, French text, folio mainly in fours, approximately 340 x 220 mm, 13¼ x 8½ inches, a fine woodcut printer's device on title page, on verso title page is an engraved dedicatory poem to Henry III, within ornamental wreath, fine pictorial woodcut headpieces and historiated initials in the text, leaves: (6), 141, (5), the final leaf of the preliminaries has been misplaced after the title page, the last 5 leaves containing a page of errata and 4 leaves of index, in some copies the index leaves are at the front before the text, collation: a1, a6, a2 - 5, A - Ll4, Mm6, e4, collated and all pages present, bound in contemporary limp vellum, no lettering or label. Vellum very worn and stained, 15 mm (¾") of fore - edge 0f upper cover missing, other chips to upper edge of upper cover, much wrinkled, early manuscript to upper cover, early scribble and signatures to lower cover, both pastedowns, rear endpaper, margins of title page and blank verso of final leaf, title page dusty and slightly soiled, top outer corner eroded away, as also a piece of the fore - edge margin and the tip of the lower outer corner, repaired at some time, no loss of text (see image), erosion on the upper corner continues, diminishing in size, to E1, only a6 is repaired, some corners are trimmed to neaten, very slight loss of words to top line of prelims a2v and a5v, fore - edge chip is repeated up to fo. 3, diminishing in size and all rather untidily repaired with no loss of printed area, large pale brown damp stain starts on fo.1 and continues getting fainter to fo. 21, another on lower third of folios 81 and 84, folios 29 and 84 have been reinserted and small tears and chips at fore - edge have been strengthened with a strip of archival tape, occasional small light stains mainly to margins, pale stains to top corners and fore - edge margins of folios 134 - 136, and e2 - e4, 45 mm (1¾") brown stain in fore - edge margin of fo. 81 - fo.90, small ink splashes to about 10 margins, brief ink scribble in 2 margins, 25 mm (1") chip to lower margin of fo. 56, another much smaller to fo. 94, very small crease to many lower corners, early name and Latin tag in lower margin of errata on Mm6. A poor copy of a rare work. 3 copies in French libraries, no copy in the British or US libraries. This is the first edition of a little - known work of medical interest, reprinted in 1592 in Paris and Antwerp, with the title "Du Bonheur de la Cour et vraie Faelicite de l'homme". The author describes the anatomy and diseases of man, stressing the interaction of physical with psychological and environmental aspects. Durling, 16th Century Books in the National Library of Medicine, No. 1095; not in Adams, Brunet or Wellcome Library. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE, FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        La Leonida comedia.

      Venice: Paolo Meietto 1585 - FIRST EDITION, woodcut printer&#146;s device on title, paper flaw in f. 130 with the loss of some text on the recto, with, however, part of the text over printed at an angle on the verso, a little browning or spotting, lacking the blank leaf at end, ff. [vi], 136, [1], small 8vo, modern (not recent) boards, good Ghirardi, a follower of Aretino, seems to be known only by this play, set in Pisa. It is five acts, in prose, and abounds in typical situations and devices - mistaken identities, cross dressing, &c. (CNCE 20858; Adams G573, 2 copies, both lacking the final leaf and one the penultimate one (part of the Errata) as well)

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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.

      Venedig, Andrea Muschio, 1585. - (16), 399, (17) SS. [Dabei:] Index librorum prohibit[orum]. Ebd., 1585. (32) SS. Mit 2 versch. Druckermarken, ganzseitigem Textholzschnitt am Schluß der Vorstücke sowie 12 Textholzschnitten. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. Spuren von Bindebändern. 8vo. Hübsche kleinformatige Ausgabe der Sitzungen und Beschlüsse des Konzils von Trient (1545-63), das den Erneuerungsprozeß der katholischen Kirche im 16. Jh. einleitete. Der Anhang enthält den "Index der verbotenen Bücher" laut Beschlußfassung von 1564. - Der flexible Pergamentband etwas knittrig. Papierbedingt stellenweise minimal braunfleckig; zu Beginn bzw. am letzten Bl. etwas fingerfleckig und leicht wasserrandig. Erste Textseiten mit zeitgenöss. hs. Anmerkungen und Anstreichungen. Am Titel hs. Besitzvermerk der Zeit "Ex libris Georgii Kembter [?]"; weiterer alter Besitzvermerk ("Bouthillier Kammerprokurator") und kl. Notate am vorderen Innendeckel. Titel am unteren Rand knapp beschnitten (kein Textverlust); Blatt ++2 (Index libr. prohib.) mit kl. Einriß. Edit 16, CNCE 13038.

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        Diuersi Dithmarsorum et vicinarum gentium habitus. Altkolor. Kupferstich von Braun u. Hogenberg, 1585. Ca. 36,5 x 49,5 cm. Gerahmt.,

      1585 - Zeigt Trachten aus Dithmarschen, Eiderstedt, Nordstrand, Föhr, Stapelholm u.a. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Husemum Ducatus Slesvicensis ad sinum heveram opp./Haderslebia in Ducatu Slesvicensi. Kolor. Kupferstich von Braun/Hogenberg, 1585. 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt, zus. 34,5 x 46 cm.,

      1585 - Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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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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        Britannicae Historicae Libri Sex .... Itinerarum Cambriae .... Cambriae Descriptio

      London: Henry Denham, 1585. Early Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Three parts in one. Small 8vo. (14)284,(6)pp. 18th century calf; spine in 6 comparments, gilt. Large printer&#39;s devices on each of the three title pages. The first part is an abridgement of Geoffrey of Monmouth&#39;s Historia Regum by Virunio, a native of Treviso. He abridged Geoffrey&#39;s history under a commission for the family of the Badaer, prominent Venetians who were originally from Britain. Part 2 is the Itinerarium Cambriae by Giraldus de Barri, who preached throughout Wales in 1188. Part 3 is Giraldus&#39; description of Wales. Rebacked with the old, somewhat worn, spine nicely and neatly laid-on. Loose bookplate of Thomas Edward Watson laid-in. A couple of old ownership signatures, some old marginalia, a few minor stains, else a very good copy. STC 20103. ESTC S114973.

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        Zee Custen van Andaluzien.

      Leyden circa 1585 - Carta náutica grabada.blanco y negro.51x 35 cms.Pertenece al primer atlas náutcio impreso de las costas de Europa occidental.Waghenaer era marino con gran experiencia.Las cartas eran las mas actualizadas en ese momento.La carta cubre el área desde la desembocadura del Guadalquivir a Cádiz. cartela,escalas y monstruos marinos.restauración en parte central. Muy buen estado. Carta muy rara y singular

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        Auctores Latinae linguae in unum redacti corpus

      apud Guillielmum Leimarium, Ginevra 1585 - Notae Dionysii Gothofredi J.C. ad Varronem, Festum & Nonium. Variae lectiones in Fulgentium et Isidorum. Index generalis in omnes superiores authores - in 8° - pp.1925 + 77 - testo su due colonne - numerazione a colonna - Mezza pelle - Iniziali e fregi xil - Testo in latino - Prima edizione - Legatura non originale, numerazione errata in una trentina di pagine, numerazione da da 1550 a 1569 assente. Prime tre pagine sciupate - M. Terentius Varro De lingua Latina. M. Verrii Flacci fragmenta. Festi fragmenta a Fuluio Vrsino edita. Schedae Festi a Pomp. Laeto relictae. Sext. Pomp. Festus, Paulo diacono coniunctus. Nonius Marcellus. Fulgentiuis Plantiades. Isidori Originum libri 20 - Libro usato [Attributes: First Edition]

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