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        Descriptio Germaniae vtrivsqve tam superioris qu‡m inferioris

      Antverpiae: ex officina Christophori Plantini. 1585. "12mo, pp. 144; woodcut printer's device on title-p., largely printed in italic type; contemporary full vellum a bit soiled, else very good. In this volume Plantin has brought together four treatises on the history of the Netherlands: Pirckheimerus's Descriptio Germaniae utriusque (pp. 3- 51); Gerardus Noviomagus's Germaniae Inferioris historiae (pp. 53-62); Gerardus Noviomagus's Brevis narratio de origine et sedibus priscorum Francorum (pp. 63-70); and Hubert Thomas's De Turgris et Eburonibus aliisque Inferioris Germaniae (pp. 71-139). This is one of a series of works on the history and geography of the Netherlands that Plantin conceived and inaugurated in 1584. At the end of Pirckheimerus's treatise the author has included an account of Hispaniola and Central America. This copy that of Charles Spencer, Third Earl of Sunderland, lot 9793 in the Sunderland Library sale in 1882. Voet 2057; Alden, European Americana 585/47; Sabin 63019n; not in Adams."

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        Opera

      apud Nicolaum Morettum (Ioachimum Bruniolum),, Venetiis, 1585 - Otto volumi di cm. 11,5, pp. 5.500 ca. complessive. Vignetta xilografica ripetuta ai frontespizi. Legatura coeva in pergamena molle con titoli ms. ai dorsi. Qualche segno d'uso ed un foro di tarlo che interessa solo poche carte centrali del primo volume. Opera complessivamente genuina e ben conservata. Il primo volume appartiene alla ristampa del 1602, mentre tutti gli altri portano la data 1585. Raccolta delle opere di Aristotele basata sull'edizione veneziana del 1573. L'ottavo volume contiene gli indici di tutta l'opera. Non in Brunet e Graesse. Affascinante insieme. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Quatuor comites impery, quatuor milites impery. Kupferstich von de Jode, um 1585. 37,5 x 52 cm.,

      1585 - 20 Bürger in Trachtendarstellungen und vier Soldaten in ihrer Rüstung zur Zeit Otto III. samt Wappenschild aus Lübeck, Bamberg, Köln, Hagen, Salzburg u.a. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Das Wiflispvrgergov (Titelkartusche oben links). Per Gerardum Mercatore(m). Cum privilegio (unten rechts). (Ca. 1:340 000).

      o. Dr.,, (Duisburg, 1585 - (Duisburg, o. Dr., 1585). Gestochene kolorierte Karte (34x45 cm). Ryhiner 3201:29. - Aus 'Galliae tabule geographicae' von Gerard Mercator, 'Helvetia antiqua', Text verso (Bl. P): VViflispvrgergovv. - Verso mit hinterlegtem Einriss unten im Falz. Sprache: N

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        Summae fidei orthodoxae. Tomus primus (-secundus).

      Venedig, Compagnia degli Uniti, 1585. - 2 Bde. in einem. (8), 239 Bll., l. w. Bl. (12), 347, (1) Bll. Mit (wdh.) Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit mit hs. Rückentitel. 8vo. "Abriß der 'Summa theol.' des hl. Thomas" (LThK III, 337) durch den spätmittelalterlichen scholastischen Philosophen Dionysius den Kartäuser (1402-71). - Vorsatz und Titel mit altem hs. Besitzvermerk. Durchgehend leicht gebräunt bzw. teils etwas braunfleckig; Buchblock stellenweise gelockert. Kl. Fehlstelle im Rückenbezug. Adams D 618. BM-STC Italian, Suppl., 48. IA 154.211. Edit 16, CNCE 16788.

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        Les Ans du Roy Richard le Second. Collect' Ensembl' hors les Abridgments de Statham, Fitzherbert et Brooke [etc.]. Beale R478; S.T.C. 1848

      London: Imprinted by Robert Robinson dwelling in Fewter lane [etc.], 1585. Modern calf, gilt-lettered, quite browned, yet a crisp wide-margined copy; with the index before the text and without the colophon leaf Original edition of the sole reports from the late fourteenth century reign of Richard II, culled from the the three major early English abridgments, termed "rare" by Winfield and "excessively rare" by Wallace, not to be reprinted until 1869

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        REPERTORIUM, FORORUM, ET OBSERVANTIARUM REGNI ARAGONUM, una pluribus cu[m] determinationibus co[n]silii iustitiae Aragonu[m] practicis atque cautelis eisdem fideliter annexis. Fuerunt etiam additae aliquae novae forales dispositiones, quasisto "†" Signo invenies: ac cum maximo sumptu & labore concordantiae ad foros novissime reformatos per numeros in margine descriptos: numerum soliorum designantes. Ac etiam literam e ibidem reperies, quae foros correctos indicabit. qua omnia fuerunt recognita per Ioannem Michaelem Perez à Bordalua.

      Imp. Domingo Portonaris. Zaragoza, 1585 - . 30,5 cm. [12], 342 fol., a dos columnas (sign. [párrafo]6, A-B8, C-Z6, 2A-Z6, 3A-I6, 3K8). Ilustr. con un grabado en la portada y un escudo xilográfico en una hoja. Enc. en pergamino reciente, lomera rotulada, cierres. Ejemplar restaurado. * "El Repertorium de Miguel del Molino se publicó por vez primera en el año 1513, siendo ésta la tercera edición. Está considerada como una de las más útiles e importantes obras del derecho foral aragonés y contiene, ordenadas por orden alfabético, infinitas voces relativas a otras tantas cuestiones surgidas a partir de la lectura e interpretación de los textos básicos del derecho aragonés: Los Fueros y Las Observancias". Garcia, V. Jacobi Regis Thesaurus, pág. 102. CCPB 18042. Historia del reino de Aragón, derecho foral Dret foral Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        ADVERTENTIAE THEOLOGIAE SCHOLASTICAE. IN BEATUM CHRYSOSTOMUM & QUATUOR DOCTORES ECCLESIAE.

      Imp. Ioannis Iñiguez à Lequerica. Compluti [Alcalá de Henares], 1585 - . 31 cm. 12 fol., 429 fol., 1 hojas de colofón, 1 blanca. Texto a dos columnas con apostillas marginales. Portada con escudo episcopal xilografiado. Capitulares, las de los preliminares de unos 6x6 cm. Enc. de tipo renacentista en piel sobre tabla, fatigada, ruedas y florones en ambos planos, aún conserva restos de broches. Error tipográfico de paginación en fol. 424. Señal de taladro, que sólo afectan en texto a la portada en dos letras y a los tres primeros fol. * Palau 358280. Primera edición, de la que se pueden encontrar, al menos, dos variantes más, cambiando foliación de preliminares e índices. La obra, de gran influencia ya que se trata de un gran referente de la escolástica, se editó en varias ocasiones durante el s. XVII, pero sólo hubo una reimpresión realizada por el mismo impresor en el s. XVI (1598). Fernando Vellosillo Barrio (1510-1587), obispo de Lugo entre 1567 y 1587, fue el fundador del colegio de San Jerónimo en Alcalá de Henares en 1569. Destacó por ser uno de los precursores de la Orden de San Jerónimo y uno de los más renombrados conocedores de la obra de san Agustín de su época. Teologia medieval i escolàstica Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Confutatio responsionis Gulielmi Whitakeri in Academia Cantabrigensi professoris regii, ad rationes decem [.]. Liber antehac in Germania nunquam excusus.

      Ingolstadt, David Sartorius, 1585. - (36), 856. (44) SS. Pergamentband der Zeit (Gelenke restauriert) mit verblaßtem hs. Rückenschildchen und hübscher Deckelgoldprägung (oxydiert). Bindebänder fehlen. 8vo. Zweite Ausgabe. - Der schottische Jesuit Durie (Johannes Duraeus; geb. in Fifeshire, gest. 1588), nicht zu verwechseln mit dem späteren gleichnamigen Protestanten aus Edinburgh (1596-1680), lehrte am Collège de Clermont in Paris, wo auch diese gegen den Cambridger Theologen William Whitaker (1548-95) gerichtete Schrift - seine einzige - erstmals 1582 erschien. - Am Titel hs. Schenkungsvermerk des Carl Imhoff an ein Kloster (dat. 1620); außerdem hs. Besitzvermerk "Michaelis Steib" (um 1700) und alter Rundblindstempel. Vorsätze erneuert; ansonsten gutes, sauberes Exemplar. VD 16, D 3060. Adams D 1201. BM-STC German 258. Stalla 1521. IA 158.063. De Backer/Sommervogel III, 304, 1.

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        DE PRINCIPIBUS ATESTINIS HISTORIARUM LIBRI VIII. IN QUIBUS CONTINENTUR RES MAXIME INSIGNES TUM IN ITALIA , TUM ALIBI GESTAE AB INCLINATIONE ROM. IMPERIJ AD ANNUM MCCCCLXXVI.EX ITALICA IN LATINAM LINGUAM CONVERSI A IOANNE BARONE.

      VITTORIO BALDINO, FERRARA 1585 - Legatura della prima metà del Novecento in mezza pergamena e carta marmorizzata; titolo in oro su tassello rosso al dorso, tagli rossi. Frontespizio con titolo e ricca figurazione araldica incisa, colorata da mano d'epoca all'acquerello e rialzata in oro, comprendente l'arma cinquecentesca degli Este circondata dagli stemmi attribuiti ai più illustri esponenti del casato; 6 pagine non numerate di dedicatoria, 660 pagine numerate; 8 pagine non numerate, di cui l'ultima bianca, per albero genealogico degli Estensi a partire dal preteso capostipite Caio Atio "Decurio, & Principe Atestis"(vissuto all'inizio del quinto secolo dopo Cristo) fino ai discendenti della metà del Cinquecento; 82 pagine non numerate per Catalogus e Index. Capilettera abitati e istoriati nonché fregi tipografici impressi a silografia. Il volume è la rara seconda edizione di una importante monografia dedicata ai signori di Ferrara, i quali si imposero come guerrieri e, soprattutto nel Rinascimento, come protettori della poesia e delle arti. La trattazione, dal tono apertamente celebrativo, spazia dalle favolose origini delle famiglia (collocate ai tempi della "rivolutione del Romano Imperio") fino al 1476. La prima edizione del libro fu impressa nella capitale estense nel 1570, in formato in-folio, per i tipi del Rossi e con testo in lingua italiana, ne seguì un'altra nel 1572, la terza, prima con testo in latino, è quella in esame. Esemplare in ottimo stato conservativo; interno fresco dalla carta particolarmente forte, lieve macchia alle pagine 106-107, qualche raro foglio con tracce di ossidazione. Cfr. LOZZI C., "Biblioteca istorica della antica e nuova Italia [.]", Bologna 1963, vol. I, p. 297-298 n. 1716. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        OPUS MERLINI COCAII POETAE MANTOVANI MACARONICUM

      DOMINICUM DE IMBERTIS, Venetiis 1585 - -FOLENGO TEOFILO-OPUS MERLINI COCAII POETAE MANTOVANI MACARONICUM. TOTUM IN PRISTINAM FORMAM PER AQUARIUM LODOLAM REDACTUM.VENETIIS, DOMINICUM DE IMBERTIS 1585 [Fig. Maccharonica] (cm. 14,7) Ottima piena pergamena originale titolo al dorso.-pp.542+cc.3nn.+1 c. bianca.Carattere corsivo minuto ed elegante.27 xilografie n.t. derivate da quelle del 1521 e del 1564.Bella e rara edizione di questa opera celebre e ricercata per i bei disegni delle xilografie molto curiose e ispirate.Sguardie restaurate, qualche rara, lieve ombreggiatura ma esemplare molto bello e nitido.- CHOIX 5732;-ADAMS F 690;-BM.STC. 188;-BRUNET II 1318;-GRAESSE II 608.[f10] [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        GIERUSALEMME LIBERATA. Poema heroico.

      Giulio C. Cagnacini, Ferrara 1585 - 12º, port. (esq. inf. rota con peq. pérdida), 11h, 576p, 6h, capitulares, algo corto de márgenes. Plena piel, nervios y dorados en lomo, rueda gofrada en planos, en estuche transparente. 1585

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        Gierusalemme liberata, poema heroico del signor Torquato Tasso. [Ensemble]I cinque canti di Camilli aggiunti al Goffredo del sig. Torquato Tasso.

      Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacunu apresso Simon Vasalini 1585 - - Apresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacunu apresso Simon Vasalini, In Ferrara (Ferrare) 1585, Fort in 12 (7,5x13,8cm), (24) 576pp. (12) 181pp. (1), relié. - 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. 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. (24) 576pp. (12) 181pp. (1) [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DANIA. DANORUM MARCA, vel Cumbricum, aut Daniae Regnum. Grabado con mapa de DINAMARCA, del URBIUM PRAECIPUARUM MUNDI THEATRUM. Colonia, finales s.XVI. 1 grabado b/n de 39'5x52'6 cms, algo tostado, mancha de hum. en márgenes laterales, pequeñas mermas en margen izq, tira longitudinal de refuerzo en el centro del reverso, texto en latín.

      - .- - Fechado en 1585. Fue dibujado por Marcus Jordan a petición del duque Heinrich Rantzau, gobernador de Schleswig-Holstein y es el más antiguo mapa de Dinamarca de origen danés que se conserva.

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        Arcadia di M. Giacomo Sannazaro, nuovamente corretta, & ornata di Annotationi, & Dichiarationi di tutte le voci oscure, così Latine, come Volgari. Da M. Francesco Sansovino. Con le Rime di esso Autore, & la sua vita descritta dal Giovio.In Vinegia, Presso Altobello Salicato, Alla Libraria della Fortezza, 1586.In 12, [mm. 129 x 70 ], cc. (4) – 122.Il quinterno G (cc. 73-84) è malnumerato con le carte dispare ripetute due volte, senza che siano numerare le pari. Unito con:Rime di M. Giacomo Sannazaro, nuovamente corrette et rivedute.In Vinegia, Presso Altobello Salicato, Alla Libraria della Fortezza, 1585.pp. 96.

      - In pergamena floscia coeva con titolo manoscritto verticalmente al dorso. Tracce di bindelle. Lavoro di tarlo alla copertina anteriore ed al primo quinterno che interessa minimamente le note tipografiche. Primo e secondo quinterno lenti. Qualche macchia ai margini.Capilettera e fregi fioriti, incisi in legno. Marca tipografica ai frontespizi delle due opere raffigurante la Fortezza che sorregge la parte superiore di una colonna spezzata, entro cornice figurata con il motto Materia superat opus. Al risguardo anteriore nota di possesso: Stephanus [ ]iensis. Altra al frontespizio Stephanus Drudae e quindi al risguardo posteriore: Ad Usum Mei I.tis Bap[tis]tae Drudae.Alla copertina anteriore annotazioni numeriche e disegno floreale ad inchiostro. A quella posteriore piccola etichetta. La prima opera con il commento di Francesco Sansovino (1521-1583) che la dedica a Vicino Orsino, è preceduta dalla vita dell’autore scritta da Paolo Giovio ed è localizzata in sole cinque biblioteche italiane in EDIT 16. Il Sannazaro, da antica famiglia della Lomellina, nacque a Napoli nel 1458, entrò al servizio del duca di Calabria su raccomandazione di Giovanni Pontano che nella sua accademia gli aveva dato il nome di Actius Syncerus (Sincero è il nome del protagonista dell’Arcadia). Quando Re Federico III d’Aragona fu costretto a lasciare Napoli in esilio, lo seguì in Francia. Tornato poi a Napoli nel 1504 trascorse il resto della vita a Mergellina nella villa donatagli dal sovrano, dove "per il dolore d’uno sdegno cadde infermo a morte". La seconda opera, dedicata "Alla Honestissima et nobilissima Donna Cassandra Marchesa" - amata dal poeta - è invece registrata in sole quattro biblioteche italiane.

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        Britannicae Historicae Libri Sex . Itinerarum Cambriae . Cambriae Descriptio,

      Henry Denham, London 1585 - Three parts in one. Small 8vo. (14)284,(6)pp. 18th century calf; spine in 6 comparments, gilt. Large printer's devices on each of the three title pages. The first part is an abridgement of Geoffrey of Monmouth's Historia Regum by Virunio, a native of Treviso. He abridged Geoffrey'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' 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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Somnium Scipionis, Libri II eiusdem Convivorum Saturnaliorum Libri VII.

      - [S.e.], Paris, 1585. In/8, reliure postérieure (19è) fauve, plats avec armes encadrées d’un filet doré à motif de cordelette, dos lisse à décor doré, titre séparés par des arabesques. Tranches vertes mouchetées. Vignette d’ex-libris de Morante sur la garde. [16]- 578 p. -[78], petite vermoulure au niveau du mors du plat inférieur ; erreur de pagination sans manque de texte. Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Marquis de Morante (J. Gomez de la Cortina) l’un des plus grands bibliophiles du XIXème siècle, qui réunit plus de 120 000 ouvrages rares et précieux. Il se passionna avant tout pour les ouvrages d’auteurs antiques. Les deux oeuvres principales de Macrobe : les Saturnales, banquet philosophique, et le Commentaire au Songe de Scipion. Dédiée à son fils, cette oeuvre majeure est tirée du livre VI du De Re Publica de Cicéron. C’est par ce commentaire que le texte de Ciceron nous est aujourd’hui parvenu. Brunet, Ouvrages rares et précieux, 509. Annale des Estienne, p.151, pour un titre légèrement différent. Petite vermoulure au niveau du mors du plat inférieur ; erreur de pagination sans manque de texte. 8vo bound in later full fawned calf, boards with coat of arms framed with gilt scroll, smooth spine with gilt arabesque & titles, green speckled edges, ex-name label on paste-down. Rare flaws : spine lightly sunned, small wormhole on joint of rear board. This copy was owned by the Marquis de Morante, one of the greatest bibliophiles who gathered 20000 precious books.Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Marquis de Morante (J. Gomez de la Cortina) l’un des plus grands bibliophiles du XIXème siècle, qui réunit plus de 120 000 ouvrages rares et précieux. Il se passionna avant tout pour les ouvrages d’auteurs antiques. Les deux oeuvres principales de Macrobe : les Saturnales, banquet philosophique, et le Commentaire au Songe de Scipion. Dédiée à son fils, cette oeuvre majeure est tirée du livre VI du De Re Publica de Cicéron. C’est par ce commentaire que le texte de Ciceron nous est aujourd’hui parvenu. Biblio : Brunet, Ouvrages rares et précieux, 509. Annale des Estienne, p.151, pour un titre légèrement différent [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lettera annale portata di Novo di Giapone Da I Signori Ambasciatori delle cose iui successe l¿anno MDLXXXII.

      I Gioliti, Venice 1585 - 8vo., 103 pp. Bound in old vellum. Discrete former ownership stamp on title. Gutter margin of title reinforced; inconsequential toning, otherwise excellent. Rare early edition of this Jesuit letter containing news of missions and activity in Japan from the year 1582, the only edition (of 5 printed that year) to contain a title-page advertising the famous Japanese embassy of 1584-86. Significantly, the work also discusses the embassy, the participants and their noble lineage, and expresses the hope that the embassy will prove a convincing sign of the Jesuit¿s spectacular success in Japan (p. 7). The present imprint of this edition comprises the first entry in Boscaro¿s bibliography of printed works related to the embassy. It thus stands at the head of nearly 50 works printed in 1585 (alone) to record and commemmorate an event that¿in addition to providing a public relations coup for the Jesuits¿became a watershed moment in cross-cultural exchange between the Orient and the West: ¿no Japanese emissaries to Europe, either before or since, aroused comparable interest or enthusiasm¿ (Lach). In the annals of international relations between Europe and Japan in the 16th C, it is particularly noteworthy ¿how the physical presence of the Japanese [in Europe] stimulated an unexpected number of typographical presentations¿ (Boscaro), of which this particular Gioliti edition with the titlepage advertising the embassy¿Portata de Novo Dal Giapone Dai Signori Ambasciatori¿is the very first. Boscaro notes that there were four other editions of Coehho¿s letter published in Italy in 1585 around the time the embassy arrived in Venice on June 25 (including another by Gioliti), but none of these uses the embassy as a way to market itself. The report itself is also a significant document of the embassy¿s genesis: Coelho composed it in February 1582, the month that the embassy of four Japanese Christian converts departed from Nagasaki. In it, he describes the ongoing missionary activity across the country: e.g. in Hirado, Amasuka, Bungo, and especially Funai (Oita City), the home of a thriving Jesuit college. Presumably, the contents of this letter as the title suggests were ¿brought from Japan by the eminent ambassadors¿ as the latest news on the Jesuits current success in that faraway land. Though the embassy did not reach Lisbon until August 1584, it eventually was, as Coelho had hoped, a resounding success: from 1584-86 the four young Japanese nobles were the object of intense curiosity wherever they traveled, and they were treated to lavish receptions in Lisbon, Madrid, Florence, Rome, Venice, and other cities throughout Catholic Europe. OCLC: Cornell, NYPL, HU and Newberry. * Boscaro 1; Alt-Japan 812; Sommervogel II.1267; Cordier 78; Laures 169; Pagès 22; Lach I.2.690. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Conciliorum omnium, tam generalium, quam provincialium [.] volumina quinque.

      Venice, Domenico Nicolini [da Sabbio], 1585. - Folio. 5 vols. (22) ff. (last blank), 24 ff., 1226, (2) pp. (6), (11) ff., 1 blank f., 870, (2) pp. (4), 18 ff., 986, (2) pp. (6), 15 ff., 1 blank f., 927, (1) pp. (2), 14 ff., 791, (1) pp. T. p. printed in red and black throughout. Two different printer's devices to t. p. and final leaf of each volume. Contemp. blindstamped pigskin over wooden boards; 2 clasps each. Nicolini's rare five-volume collection of Synods, surpassing all previous collections (cf. LThK). - All volumes but the first bear a ms. dedication on the front flyleaf: "Dises Buech ist dem Herrn Spitelmaister unnd seinem Convent zu Memmingen von Herr Jacob Fugger dem Eltern verehrt worden Imm December Ao. 1588"; all volumes are marked on their spines as "Donum generosi dni. Baronus Jacobi Fuggeri" (the original flyleaf of vol. 1 is probably lost). Jacob Fugger (1542-98; since 1560: Herr von Babenhausen, Wellenburg und Boos) was the son of the banker Anton Fugger (nephew and successor of Jacob Fugger "the Wealthy"). He was known as "the Elder" to distinguish him from his like-named nephew (1567-1626) who in 1588 was still a student in Rome and later became Bishop of Constance. - Slight worming throughout, more pronounced in vol. 2 (especially near beginning and end; some loss to text). The splendid, exceptionally well-preserved pigskin bindings (slightly rubbed, back cover of vol. 2 showing minute chafing, otherwise perfect) are probably the work of the Augsburg master Jakob Bitmer (cf. Haebler). Adams C 2773. Edit 16, CNCE 13060. LThK VI, 185. OCLC 6967756. Not in BM-STC Italian. Binding's plate stamps: Haebler I, 55f.: I.B. VI, plates I & II. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Apologia in difesa della Sua Gerusalemme Liberata .

      Francesco Osanna,, Mantova, 1585 - In 12°, pagg. (69), 219 con marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio; leg. mezza pergamena seicentesca con angoli, fregi e tit. oro su tassello al dorso. ".con alcune altre opere, parte in accusa parte in difesa dell'Orlando Furioso dell'Ariosto. Della Gerusalemme istessa, e dell'Amadigi del Tasso Padre". Prima edizione di questa raccolta di scritti in difesa o contro i poemi di Tasso e Ariosto. Margine superiore rifilato e un errore di impaginazione (segnatura E1 posposta) ma opera completa. Interessante e non comune, sconosciuta alle bibliografie consultate. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        HISTORIAE GENUENSIUM LIBRI XII

      Apud Hieronymun Bartolum MDLXXXV (1585) Uberti Folietae (Uberto Foglietta). Patricii Genuensis. Ad Io. Andream Auriam Melphiae Principem. Classis Philippi Secundi Catholici Regis cum Summo imperio Praefectum. Genuae, Apud Hieronymun Bartolum, MDLXXXV (1585). In - folio, pergamena ottocentesca con unghie. 1 f. bianco, (14) ff. (= 28 pp.), 314 ff. (= 628 pp), compreso il frontespizio con bella marca tipografica silografata, cui segue un magnifica e fresca tavola a silografia con ritratto dell'autore tra figure allegoriche, recante in alto san Giorgio che uccide il drago, in basso una interessante veduta di Genova con la data 1585. Testo in lingua latina ed elegante carattere corsivo. Alcuni grandi capilettera istoriati e fregi tipografici, il tutto a silografia. Il raro volume, di notevole raffinatezza tipografica, è una importante opera sulla storia della città e della repubblica di Genova. Ottimo esemplare dell' edizione originale. Manca al Lozzi. Cat. Bocca, 2280. Bibl. Platneriana, p. 153.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Ortelius von Philippe Galle, "Tiipus orbis Terrarum. ... 1574".

      . altkol. ( old full colour ), 1585, 15,6 x 21,6. Shirley, Nr. 132 und Abb. Plate 112. - Der Titel befindet sich am oberen Rand. Die Karte ist eine verkleinerte Version der 1. Weltkarte von Ortelius ( = Shirley 122 ). Sie erschien erstmals 1577. Vorliegende Ausgabe ist mit 1585 zu datieren, denn sie besitzt einen lateinischen Rückseitentext mit einer Karte von Amerika. Dazu Burden, Mapping of America, Nr. 47: "In this issue the America map is printed on the reverse of that of the world". - Gerahmt ( framed ).

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        De Vita Et Moribvs Ignatii Loiolae, Qvi Societatem Iesv fundauit: Libri III.

      Coloniae, Apud Maternum Cholinum, 1585.. Kl.-8°, Ledereinband. [12] Bl., 363 S. VD16 M 110. Ganzpergamenteinband mit dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Die 12 Bl. u. S. 1-6 teilweise mit Verfärbung wie auf Titelseite. Ansonsten gutes Exemplar.

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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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        Dionis Chrysostomi, Praestantissimi et Philosophi, et Oratioris Oratio

      - DIO CHRYSOSTOM. Dionis Chrysostomi, Prastantissimi et Philosophi, et Oratioris Orationes Octoginta, in Latinvm Conversa; avrea eloqventia refertae, Index rerum, & verborum memorabilium. [9 x 11cm woodcut device] Venetiis, Apud Hieronymum Zenarum, & Fratres. MDLXXXV. [1585] Folio, 22 x 32.5cm.[ Bound full vellum with raised bands, title written on spine in early large black-letters, vellum splitting along front hinge and bottom half of rear hinge but loose edges pasted back down, cords and hinges are solid, vellum worn off of raised bands and spine ends, worn through at bottom at top edges of covers, small worm holes in covers, vellum soiled, title in large black letters on bottom pages edges, worm holes in endpapers, 3 damp stains on title which dissipate within the first 30 leaves, small stain inside bottom corner of last 40 leaves, light foxing worm tracts and hole in top & bottom inside corner/gutter of pp.249-332. Early ownership signature on front free endpaper--another one crossed out, modern printed bookplate of "Arthvr Mvllin." Collation: title leaf, a2only, *2-5, a5 only, *6 only, a1, a3-4, a6 only, b1-4, A-Z6, Aa-Dd6, Ee4. Pagination: (1) title, (1) blank, (2) index(pp3-4), (4) dedication by Zenarus, (4) re Dio Chrysostom, (2) index(pp9-10), (1) Orationum Dionis Catalogus, (1) blank, (2) index(pp1-2), (4) index(pp5-8), (9) index(pp11-19), (1) blank, [1]-332pp. The binder mixed the index pages with the other prefatory matter. It is all there but just bound out of order. OCLC locates 3 libraries with holdings of this title in the U.S.: U. Chicago; Tufts U.; Pontifical Col. Josephinum. Other countries, Germany: Herzog August Bibliothek; Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin. France: Bibliotheque Nat. & U. Strasbourg. UK: St. Andrews U. Libr. Dio Chrysostom (circa A.D. 40-115) "Greek sophist and rhetorician. He was called Chrysostom (golden-mouthed") from his eloquence, and also to distinguish him from his grandson, the historian Dio Cassius. he migrated to Rome, but, having incurred the s [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Arithmetica illustrata, ofte de verligte reken-konst, waer in op een vaerdige, gemakkelijke, en niet min zeker wijze worden geleerd alle de werkingen der reken-konst, zoo in 't geheel, als in 't gebroken. Niet alleen uyt de hand, maer ook door de stok-rekening. Antwerp, Jacobus van Gaesbeeck, [1719]. 8vo. With engraved frontispiece, 5 engraved plates, 2 folding tables and numerous tables and arithmetical exercises in text. Contemporary calf.

      Bierens de Haan 3917 (no copy seen); Erwin Tomash Library R47; WorldCat (4 copies of both issues); not in STCV. First and only edition of an interesting complete course of arithmetic for schools with the use of Napier's bones, published in two issues by Jacobus van Gaesbeeck and Joannes Borckx. Written by a Roman Catholic priest from Roermond who taught arithmetic in Antwerp. He based his book on Simon Stevin, De Thiende Leerende door ongehoorde lichtichheyd alle rekeninghen onder de Menschen noodigh (Antwerp, Plantin, 1585), and John Napier's invention of logarithms, which De Rees calls "stick-arithmetic".Binding rubbed, front hinge weak and a few minor stains. Good copy of a rare schoolbook.

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        Bartolus a Saxoferrato in Prima [secundam, tres] Condicis Partem; Nunc Recens Summa Diligentia et Fied Emendatus et Svo Candori Restituts Bound with Super Authenticis & Instit.: 4 Vols in 2)

      Ventiis, 1585 and 1575: Giunta, Luca Antonio, 1585. Four volumes in two. Volume I. 177 leaves (leaf No. 177 mis-numbered 176); Volume II, Book two, 124 leaves, book three 58 leaves; book four with Super Authenticis 96 leaves, each with their own title pages. We could find no single place where all three volumes and the Super Authentinis were present. The commentary of Giacomo Mendochio, 1532-1607 brings Italy's great scholar on canon law who began moving into controversial aspects of civil law which brought him into conflict with some papal rulings. He left Padua but returned after it was determined he had not crossed the line and after this book was issued was elected to the Italian senate where he soon amassed wealth and prestige. Meanwhile in the mid-1590's his writing here on civil law led to the threat of excommunication but it was rescinded in 1597 based upon his retraction. He continued to write on these themes with even greater challenges to papal authority but those volumes were published posthumously. both volumes bound in 3/4 vellum over paper covered boards, spines lettered in gink, chipping and wear to spine ends, occasional brown to some leaves but mostly clean and bright, early name sin brown ink. Folio (in 8s).

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        "GERMANIA". Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte aus "Germaniae Tabulae Geographicae" von G. Mercator. Um 1585. 35,8:48,7 cm. - Unauffälliger Wasserfleck in der Darstellung.

      Mercator, 1585. Koeman Me 9, 26. - Die Karte zeigt Deutschland und angrenzende Länder, im Norden bis Göteborg, im Westen bis Amiens, im Süden bis zum Golf von Triest und im Osten bis etwa zur Linie Rastenburg/Ketrzyn im Norden und Szeged im Süden. - Insgesamt sehr schön erhaltene, besonders in der Kartusche sorgfältig kolorierte Karte..

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        M. Tullii Ciceronis Consolatio. Liber, quo seipsum de Filiae morte consolatus est. Nun primum repertus, et in lucem editus. -

      o.O. [Leipzig] o.V. (Henning Groß) MDXXCV (= 1585),. 74 Bll., 1 leeres Bl., blindgeprägter Pergamentband der Zeit mit auf den Falz gezogenen Pergamentriemchen, farbiger Kopfschnitt, 14,5 x 9 cm. Das Titelblatt trägt die in Holz geschnittene Druckermarke von Henning Groß (1553-1621) mit dem Motto "Fortitudo Gustos Dignitatis". In den Katalogen des KVK - einschließlich VD16 - in dieser Ausgabe nicht nachweisbar. - Beigebunden: "Daudis Chytraei: Chronicon Anni M.D.XCIII. M.D.XCIII et initii M.D.XCV. Utile et incundum lectu" (Leipzig, Henning Groß 1595, 1 Bl., 150 Seiten). VD16 C2548. Das Titelblatt mit der Druckermarke von Groß. - Der hintere fliegende Vorsatz fünfzeiliger handschriftlicher Besitzvermerk einer Hand des 16. oder frühen 17. Jahrhunderts, gezeichnet von Nicolaus Stuck(?). - Der Einband restaurierungsbedürftig (berieben und bestoßen, stark gebräunt, der Rücken an Kopf und Fuß gering eingerissen, der vordere Deckel weitgehend vom Buchblock gelöst, ohne das vordere fliegende Vorsatzblatt, das hintere Vorsatzblatt vom hinteren Deckel gelöst, die Bindung deutlich gelockert, einige Seiten vorne lose oder fast lose). Innen durchgehend stark wasserrandig und gebräunt; teils mit Anstreichungen und Anmerkungen..

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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. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Quatuor comites impery, quatuor milites impery... Kupferstich von de Jode, um 1585. 37,5 x 52 cm.

      1585. . 20 Bürger in Trachtendarstellungen und vier Soldaten in ihrer Rüstung zur Zeit Otto III. samt Wappenschild aus Lübeck, Bamberg, Köln, Hagen, Salzburg u.a.

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        Brutum fulmen. Papa sixti V, adversus Henricum sereniss. Regem Navarre & illustrissimum Henricum Borbonium, principem condaeum

      (Paris ou Genève ?) 1585 - In-8. [162 x 102 mm] Collation : 234, (22) pp. Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). Première édition. Il existe plusieurs éditions sans lieu ni date de ce célèbre et vigoureux pamphlet contre le Pape. Celle-ci comporte un errata in-fine et une citation "Nahum 3", au bas de la page de titre. De nombreuses fiches de bibliothèque donnent comme lieu d'impression "Rome", ce qui est tout à fait absurde. Cette erreur provient de la seconde partie de l'ouvrage qui reproduit la bulle de Sixte V imprimé à Rome par les héritiers Blado en 1585 avec sa page de titre (feuillet P6). Cette souscription ne peut de toute évidence être celle du livre du protestant Hotman. Le "Brutum fulmen" a été traduit par la suite sous le titre de "Protestation et defense pour le Roy de Navarre Henry III, premier Prince de France, et Henry Prince de Condé, aussi Prince du mesme sang, contre l'injuste et tyrannique Bulle de Sixte V. publiée à Rome, au mois de Septembre 1585, au mespris de la maison de France." Adams H-1056.

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        D Joannis Calvini, vigilantissimi pastoris, et fidelissimi doctoris Ecclesiae Genevensis, Institutio Christianae Religionis, ab ipso authore anno 1559, et in libros quatuor digesta, certisque distincta capitibus ad aptissimam methodum

      Genevae [Geneva] : Sumptibus Eustathij Vignon & Joannis le Preux, MDLXXXV. [1585.] 0. Genevae [Geneva] : Sumptibus Eustathij Vignon & Joannis le Preux, MDLXXXV. [1585.] 0. A very good original full leather binding with brass bosses. 8vo. 8.00" x 5.25" x 3.00" (198mm x 130mm x 76mm) [24ff.]/ff.509/[75ff.] . Original wooden boards covered in dark brown calf with blind stamp decoration, and brass bosses to each corner and the centre. Each board also with clasp mounts and hasps. Unfortunately the clasps and straps are absent. The spine has 5 raised bands and also appears to have some age. Hinges carefully strengthened. Endpapers absent exposing the wooden boards. Also spine backings are visible including small vellum strips with neat latin text (probably 16th century). Later free-endpapers. Printed title page with printer's woodcut vignette, lightly soiled, with previous owner's name at the top and centre of the page. First 6 leaves with small worm trace (affecting a few words on each page). Light staining to page edges of preliminaries, otherwise clean Latin text in paragraphs and extensive marginal references throughout. According to "Beyond Calvin... By John Fesko: Marlorat and Colladon were responsible for the Indices. A very good copy of a classic 16th century theological work, in the original full leather binding. Referenced by Adams C365 . ** "Nicolas Colladon (Bourges, France, c. 1530 - ausanne, 1586) was a French Calvinist pastor. Calladon was the son of French parents who in 1536 took shelter in Switzerland for religious reasons. He studied theology at Lausanne and Geneva. He was a friend of John Calvin and pastor at Vandoevres and Geneva. In 1564 he became chancellor of the Genevan Academy where he taught theology until the death of Calvin. With Theodore Beza, he wrote a famous biography of the French reformer in 1565. He came into conflict with the magistrates of Geneva, and in 1571 he moved to Lausanne and taught at the local Academy." - See Wikipedia . *** "Institutes of the Christian Religion (Latin: Institutio Christianae religionis) is John Calvin's seminal work of Protestant systematic theology. Highly influential in the Western world and still widely read by theological students today, it was published in Latin in 1536 (at the same time as the English King Henry VIII's Dissolution of the Monasteries) and in his native French in 1541, with the definitive editions appearing in 1559 (Latin) and in 1560 (French). The book was written as an introductory textbook on the Protestant faith for those with some previous knowledge of theology and covered a broad range of theological topics from the doctrines of church and sacraments to justification by faith alone and Christian liberty. It vigorously attacked the teachings of those Calvin considered unorthodox, particularly Roman Catholicism to which Calvin says he had been "strongly devoted" before his conversion to Protestantism." - See Wikipedia. **** " Augustin Marlorat du Pasquier (Augustinus Marloratus) (1506 - October 31, 1562) was a French Protestant reformer. He was born at Bar-le-Duc about 1506. At the age of eight he was placed in an Augustinian monastery, where he took the vows and was ordained priest in 1524. Nine years later he was abbot of a monastery at Bourges, but, becoming indoctrinated with the principles of Protestantism, he left France in 1535 and took refuge in Geneva, where he worked as a proof-reader for Greek and Hebrew. At the recommendation of Pierre Viret he was appointed to a pastorate in Grissier near Lausanne, and there married. From Grissier he was called to Vevey, where he remained until 1559. The dismissal of Viret in the controversy on excommunication, however, led Marlorat, who approved the rigidly Calvinistic procedure, to resign, and after a brief time in Geneva he was sent in July to Paris as pastor of the Evangelical congregation there. After a year he accepted a call to Rouen as first preacher, where Protestants were still struggling to secure the right to hold public services. On the accession of Charles IX of France in December 1560, they addressed a petition, written by Marlorat, to the parliament and the king, requesting permission to use a church. The petition was refused, but the Protestants of Rouen felt themselves able to defy the edict of July 25, 1561, and hold their services in the halls of the ancient tower. Marlorat likewise addressed a printed petition to Catharine de' Medici, in which he asserted the loyalty of the Protestants, and in August of the same year he was summoned to the Colloquy at Poissy. In debates there with the doctors of the Sorbonne, in January 1562, on images and baptism, he was one of the three spokesmen of the Protestants. Returning to Rouen, Marlorat presided over the provincial synod held on January 25, 1562. After the massacre at Vassy on March 1, 1562, the Protestants of Rouen planned to seize their city. On the night of April 15 they carried out their purpose, and Marlorat was appointed one of the three heads of the new government, which still professed to be loyal to the king. Rouen was speedily fortified, and on May 27 the city was invested by an army under the command of the Duc d'Aumale, who, however, was forced to retire on June 12. On Sept. 29 a second force led by Charles himself, Anthony of Navarre, and others appeared before the city. Rouen was gradually reduced, but Montgomery, who commanded the besieged, like Marlorat, would accept no terms which did not include free exercise of the Protestant religion, and on October 26 the city was carried by storm. Marlorat and his family were captured and imprisoned. Three days later he was tried before the parliament on a charge of high treason, and on October 30 was condemned to be executed in front of the church in which he had preached. The sentence was carried out on the following day." - See Wikipedia ***** Full Title Reads: D. Ioannis Caluini vigilantissimi pastoris, et fidelissimi doctoris ecclesiæ geneuensis Institutio christianae religionis, ab ipso authore 1559. & in libros quatuor digesta, certisque distincta capitibus ad aptissimam methodum: & tum aucta tam magna accessione, vt propemodum opus nouum haberi posset. Cum indice per locos communes opera N. Colladonis tunc contexto. Additi sunt postea duo indices ab Augustino Marlorato collecti anno 1562. Vt testature eius epistola: quorum prior res præcipuas: posterior, in ae expositos copiosissime sacræ scripturæ locos continet. Quæ ad superiores editiones recens addita sunt versa pagina breuiter indicat, & noua N. Colladonis epistola proxime præcedens caput primum totius operis. .

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        OPUS MERLINI COCAII MACARONICORUM. Totum in pristinam formam per me Magistrum Acquarium Lodolam optime redactum...

      apud Dominicum de Imbertis 1585 In - 24 gr. (mm. 138x75), p. marocchino ottocentesco, sottili cornici dorate ai piatti, dorso a cordoni con decoraz. e tit. oro, dentelles in oro, tagli dorati, 542 pp.num., 3 cc.nn (Indice), marca tipografica al frontesp., ornato da grandi capilett. figur. inc. su legno. L??Opus Macaronicorum?, uno dei testi più originali della letteratura italiana del XVI secolo, contiene: ?Zanitonella (canzoniere rusticano) - la versione in 25 libri del Baldus (poema in esametri dedicato alle imprese di Baldo, eroe popolano ma di origini illustri) - la Moscheide (poemetto in 3 libri sulla battaglia delle mosche contro le formiche) - il Libellus epistolarum & epigrammatum?. Il ?Baldus? è il famoso poema scritto dal mantovano Teofilo Folengo (1491 - 1544), sotto lo pseudonimo di Merlin Cocaio, e costituisce la parte organicamente più importante delle Maccheronee, composizioni poetiche in latino maccheronico di intento burlesco, che derivano da una tradizione goliardica medievale. E' anche il suo capolavoro di cui si conoscono quattro redazioni, dalla prima in 17 canti pubblicata nel 1517, all'ultima ritenuta la migliore e definitiva, pubblicata postuma nel 1552, in 25 canti. Questa edizione del 1585 è illustrata da 27 graziose vignette a mezza pagina (1 ripetuta) silografate nel t., le stesse dell?ediz. di Venezia, Bevilacqua, 1564. Ma il ns. esemplare, in aggiunta alle su indicate vignette, contiene il preziosissimo corredo di tavole xilografiche, a piena pagina, della prima celebre edizione illlustrata del 1521. Sono 53 bellissime composizioni (invece di 54 perchè 1 era ripetuta) ritagliate lungo la cornice che le inquadra ed applicate su carta antica (così simile alla vera dell?ediz. 1585 che quasi si confondono); al verso di ogni tavola è stampato il testo del poema (che si intravede in quelle figure in parte staccate dalla pag.). L?antico possessore, che ha voluto impreziosire il suo esemplare, ha anche fatto inserire le figure nella stessa cadenza dell?ediz. 1521 (facilitando così la collazione effettuata sull?esemplare posseduto dalla Biblioteca Sormani). Cfr. Choix de Olschki,VI,5732 - 31 - Sander,I,2832 per l?ediz. 1521 - Adams,I, p. 443 - Brunet,II,1318 - Diz. Opere Bompiani,I, p. 362I, p. 362. Talvolta corto del marg. sup., altrimenti bell?esemplare, ben conservato.

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

      Rome: Bibliopolas Socios, 1585. Rome: Bibliopolas Socios, 1585. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). 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.

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        Les Ans du Roy Richard le Second. Collect' Ensembl' hors les Abridgments de Statham, Fitzherbert et Brooke [etc.]. Beale R478; S.T.C. 1848

      Imprinted by Robert Robinson dwelling in Fewter lane [etc.] Original edition of the sole reports from the late fourteenth century reign of Richard II, culled from the the three major early English abridgments, termed "rare" by Winfield and "excessively rare" by Wallace, not to be reprinted until 1869. Modern calf, gilt-lettered, quite browned, yet a crisp wide-margined copy; with the index before the text and without the colophon leaf. Imprinted by Robert Robinson dwelling in Fewter lane [etc.], London, 1585.

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        Epistolarum Seu Sermonum Libri Sex

      Paris: Mamert Patisson/Roberti Stephani, 1585. Paris: Mamert Patisson/Roberti Stephani, 1585. :. L'Hopital, Michel de [or l'Hospital]. Epistolarum Seu Sermonum Libri Sex. Paris: Mamert Patisson/Roberti Stephani, 1585. Original edition. Adams, L-625; Brunet III, 1046. Quarto (10 1/2 x 7"). 17th century full calf elaborately stamped in gilt with the large oval arms of Charles de Rohan, Monseigneur le Prince de Soubise, on front and rear covers, all edges gilt. Leaf of title, verso blank; 2pp. dedication to Henry III; 381pp. text; 3pp. index. Collation: []2, a-z6, A-I6. Handsome copy. Annotation D4v, underlining D5r-E1v. Marginal dampstains last few leaves. Inserted half sheet mss (g4 r) (ca. 1650) about the present Henry Etienne edition with its faithful transcription of L''Hopital's Latin also mentioning a misattribution of L'Hopital poetry by Boxhorniun.*First edition of the collected Latin poems by the famous French humanist and chancellor of France, Michel de L'Hopital (1505-1573). "His numerous poems claim attention not just for their literary elegance, but also for their historical value. Written over a period of more than thirty years, they chronicle public as well as private life, and they allow the reader to peruse his thought in progress‚" (Seong-Hak Kim). For a complete description, visit the following link:http://goldenlegend.com/pdfs/PDFs%20of%20Descriptions/L'Hopital.pdf

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        Delle Historie bresciane.

      Pietro Maria Marchetti 1585 P. (11) 344. Legatura posteriore in mezza pelle, piatti marmorizzati. Titolo oro entro tassello in pelle applicato al dorso. I° ed. volgarizzata. Libri dodeci ne? quali si vede l?origine et l?antichità della città di Brescia, come fu delle prime che venesse alla fede, il numero de martiri, et de vescovi canonizati; le guerre, i sacchi, e le rovine di quella; tutti i fuoi signori, et come pervenne sotto il felicissimo dominio venetiano, fatti volgari dal molto Rev. D. Patritio Spini, Bresciano, canonico regolare di San Salvatore e Abbate di Candiana.

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        Pesaro (senza titolo)

      Pesaro 1585 - Incisione appartenente alla serie dei pianeti. In alto sopra una nuvola, raffigurazione del carro guidato da Saturno. In basso raffigurazione fantastica di alcune regioni. della città di Pesaro e di alcune città straniere. La stampa ridimensionata al margine è applicata su di un supporto di tela. Molto decorativa mm 211x238

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        Le Parfait Covrtisan [Le Parfait Courtisan] dv Comte Baltazar Castillonnois, Es deux langues, respondans par deux colonnes l'vue à l'autre, ourceux qui veulent avoir l'intelligence de lÄune d'icelles. De la traductuiib de Gabriuel Chapvis Tourangeau [d.i. Gabriel Chappuys].

      Claude Micard,, Paris, 1585 - Paris, Claude Micard, 1585. Titel + 14 n.n. Bll. + Tafel + 660 S. + 17 Bll. OLd. der Zeit. In franz. und italien. Sprache. Mit dem gestochenen Titelblatt, einer Tafel und diversen Vignetten und Initialen. Brunet I, 1630. - Untere Kante des Titels altkaschiert ca. 1 cm, hds. Besitzsign. a. T. u. V., tlw. etw. wasserrandig u. fleckig, S. 292f. m. hds. Anm. in den Marginalien, Gbrsp. - Castiglione, (1478 - 1529), erhielt durch die Humanisten Merula und Chalkondyles eine umfassende Erziehung, die durch den Aufenthaltung am Hofe der Sforzas in Mailand ergänzt wurde. Er stand im Dienster bedeutender Fürsten seiner Zeit wie Francesco Gonzagas, Markgraf von Mantua oder Guidobaldo da Montefeltro, Herzog von Urbino. Im Auftrag dessen Nachfolgers ging er an den päpstlichen Hof nach Rom. Hier war er eng mit Raffael befreundet, der ihn 1516 malte. Das hier vorliegende Werk "Il Libro del Cortegiano" wurde erstmals 1528 gedruckt und gehört neben Ariosts "Orlando Furioso" und Machivellis "Il Principe" zu den herausragstenden Werken der italienischen Litartur in der Renaissance. Französisch

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        Replica alla risposta de gli accademici della Crusca, fatta contra il dialogo dell'epica in difesa, come e' dicono, dell'Orlando furioso dell'Ariosto.

      Cacchi,, Vico Equense, 1585 - 8°- Pp. (5), 17, (2 bb.), 18-327 [i.e. 334], (2 bb.), (11), 3 cc. bb., marca edit. al frontesp., alcuni fregi e iniziali xilografiche n.t., mezza pelle ottocentesca con tassello e titolo dor. al dorso, tagli spruzzati. Buon esemplare, un po' corto al margine superiore di alcune carte, con perdita a 4 pagine di alcune cifre della numerazione. RARISSIMA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE, che si inserisce nella più infuocata polemica letteraria del Cinquecento sulla poesia epica, tra i sostenitori del Tasso e quelli dell'Ariosto. A questa ¿replica¿ gli accademici dell Crusca risposero con Leonardo Salviati nel 1588. (Gamba, 582 - Adams, P 590). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        In Somnium Scipionis, Libri II eiusdem Convivorum Saturnaliorum Libri VII.

      [S.e.], Paris, 1585. In / 8, reliure postérieure (19è) fauve, plats avec armes encadrées d?un filet doré à motif de cordelette, dos lisse à décor doré, titre séparés par des arabesques. Tranches vertes mouchetées. Vignette d?ex - libris de Morante sur la garde. [16] - 578 p. - [78], petite vermoulure au niveau du mors du plat inférieur ; erreur de pagination sans manque de texte. Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Marquis de Morante (J. Gomez de la Cortina) l?un des plus grands bibliophiles du XIXème siècle, qui réunit plus de 120 000 ouvrages rares et précieux. Il se passionna avant tout pour les ouvrages d?auteurs antiques. Les deux oeuvres principales de Macrobe : les Saturnales, banquet philosophique, et le Commentaire au Songe de Scipion. Dédiée à son fils, cette oeuvre majeure est tirée du livre VI du De Re Publica de Cicéron. C?est par ce commentaire que le texte de Ciceron nous est aujourd?hui parvenu. Brunet, Ouvrages rares et précieux, 509. Annale des Estienne, p.151, pour un titre légèrement différent. 8vo bound in later full fawned calf, boards with coat of arms framed with gilt scroll, smooth spine with gilt arabesque & titles, green speckled edges, ex - name label on paste - down. Rare flaws : spine lightly sunned, small wormhole on joint of rear board. This copy was owned by the Marquis de Morante, one of the greatest bibliophiles who gathered 20000 precious books. Petite vermoulure au niveau du mors du plat inférieur ; erreur de pagination sans manque de texte. Exemplaire ayant appartenu au Marquis de Morante (J. Gomez de la Cortina) l?un des plus grands bibliophiles du XIXème siècle, qui réunit plus de 120 000 ouvrages rares et précieux. Il se passionna avant tout pour les ouvrages d?auteurs antiques. Les deux oeuvres principales de Macrobe : les Saturnales, banquet philosophique, et le Commentaire au Songe de Scipion. Dédiée à son fils, cette oeuvre majeure est tirée du livre VI du De Re Publica de Cicéron. C?est par ce commentaire que le texte de Ciceron nous est aujourd?hui parvenu. Brunet, Ouvrages rares et précieux, 509. Annale des Estienne, p.151, pour un titre légèrement différent relié Bon état

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        Discorso sopra il primo salmo penitentiale. THE BANGOR COPY

      Per Gio. Rossi Bologna 1585 - 4to., 398ff, title enclosed by narrow decorative frame border with fine woodcut arms of Sixtus V (to whom the work is dedicated), large woodcut of King David within ornate decorative border on fourth leaf verso, several woodcut initials and head- and tail-pieces, some extremely light (virtually negligible) spotting on fore-margins (rather heavier on a few leaves), some light marginal damp-staining on two leaves of general index; modern full vellum, backstrip lettered by hand in brown, new endpapers, original free endpapers preserved, lettered in MS on bottom edge in an early calligraphic hand, a remarkably bright, crisp copy with broad margins. This copy was formerly in the notable library of Viscount Bangor. With 15pp general index and index of verses. The final printed leaf gives errata (recto) and registration (verso). Collation: +4 A-ZAA-ZZAAa-Ca8DDd2. An extraordinarily long commentary on ten verses of the first penitential psalm (Psalm 6) by an apparently obscure Bolognese monk. Very rare. Not in BMC, Adams or NUC.

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        De sacro foedere in Selimum libri quattuor. Eiusdem variae expeditiones in Africam, cum obsidione Melitae.

      Genova, (Antonio Roccatagliata) or Hieronymus Bartoli, 1585 (1587).. circa 20,5 x 16 cm. 4 ff, 326 pp., 1 blank, 4, 8 ff., 1 title with woodcut border, 1 title with printer s device Full calf from the 18th century. Adams F 671 (has only the second edition from 1587); Graesse II, 609; Göllner, 1809. Here a curious copy combinding the first and second editions with both title pages, the complete text of 326 pages, the 8 leaves of the index (that seem to lack often in other copies) and both variants of the 4 additional leaves with title and dedication (those of the second edition bound in at the beginning, those of the first at the end). - The historian Umberto Foglietta (1518-1581) from Genova describes the wars of the Spanish and Venetians against the Turks under Selim II., his treatise with the Kaiser in 1568, the accomplishments of Juan d'Austria, the defeit at Famagusta, political and military actions in Nicosia, the siege of Malta (pages 255-326) etc. - EXCEPTIONAL COPY with the rare index lacking to most copies in past auctions and in libraries and with the variants from the likewise very rare second edition from 1587 that is recorded in only few copies. - Some browning, binding rubbed, rear hinge with some repair, altogether well preserved.

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        Kst.- Karte, n. Mercator b. H. Hondius, "Saxoniae Superioris Lvsatiae Misniaeque Descriptio".

      . mit altem Grenzkolorit,, 1585, 35 x 49. Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Bd. 1, Nr. 1:001 / Karte 44 R und Abb.- Nr. 2100: 1A.1. - Erste Ausgabe (!!). - Mit altkol. Rollwerkskartusche. Gebiet: Halle, Crossen, Liegnitz, Prag, Jena.

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        Winmaria, Fertiliss. Thuringiae urbs praestantissima vulgo Weinmar. Altkolor. Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg mit Ansicht der Stadt Weimar aus der Vogelschau.

      Köln, Braun und Hogenberg, um 1585.. 41 : 53,5 cm (Blattformat), Bildformat 35 : 47,5 cm. Koloriert in verschiedenen Grün-, Rot-, Braun- und Gelbtönen. Mit 3 Wappen am oberen Bildrand, Titel-Kartusche in der unteren linken Ecke und Paar in Renaissancetracht unten in der Mitte. Rücks. Beschreibung in Lateinisch.. Im Rand leicht gebräunt, tls. etw. knitterig und mit kl. Randläsuren. Rücks. an den oberen Ecken mit Papierstreifen alt verstärkt.

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