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        Solida ac vera Confessionis Augustanae Historia, quomodo anno 1530. Imperatori Carolo V. exhibita, et ab his qui eam profitentur, imperij Ordinibus in articulo de sacra Coena perpetuò intellecta, et im publicis de Religione habitis conuentibus atque tractationibus declarata, ac propugnata fuerit, et quid denique adversarii subinde contra eam moliti sint atque attentarint. Item: De Concordia Anno 1536. Witembergae in articulo Coenae Domincae instituta, hoc tempore ad finem usque 1561. continuata. Opposita Nothis atque adulterinis et manifestè falsis ac homine ciuiliter saltem honesto indignis narrationibus, quas personatus quidam Ambrosius Wolfius de his rebus per totam Exxlesiam proterue disseminare non erubuit. A quibusdam ad eam rem delictis Theologis primum Germanice conscripta: nunc verò propter exteras Ecclesias in latinam linguam translata per Iacobum Godfriedum [Jakob Gottfried] Ecclesiae Brunsvicensis ad S. Martinum ministrum

      Leipzig, Grosse 1585. 22 cm. (20), 590 (irrig 638), (2) Seiten großer Holzschnitt-Druckermarke am Schluß und mehreren Initialen und Vignetten im Text, Festeinband, Halbledereinband der Zeit mit Blind- und Goldprägung auf beiden Deckeln und dreiseitigem gepunztem Goldschnitt und Bindebändern - Adams K 65 - NDB XI, 665 - Schottenl. Bibl. 34511 - VD16 K 1045 - Gedruckt bei Georg Deffner. Lateinische Ausgabe von "Grundtliche Warhafftige Historia. Von der Augspurgischen Confession" in der Übersetzung von Jakob Gottfried. Timotheus Kirchner (1533 - 1587), seit 1583 Superintendent von Weimar, "gehört zu jenen frühorthodoxen Theologen, die unter Verzicht auf Originalität entschieden, kompromißlos und unter Bejahung aller persönlichen Nachteile für die Reinerhaltung des lutherischen Erbes mit großer Gelehrsamkeit und literarischer Fairneß eintraten" (NDB). Die Paginierung springt von Seite 72 nach 83 und von Seite 405 nach 444. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt. Proveniez: Reich verziertes Exemplar aus dem Besitz von Ernst II. Herzog von Braunschweig-Lüneburg (1564-1611, vergleiche DAB VI, 261). Beide Deckel mit Wappen-Goldprägung in doppeltem ornamentalem Rahmen; Vorderdeckel zusätzlich in Goldprägung "Ernestvs Dvx Brvns* et Lvnaeb 1584". Auf dem Innendeckel Schildchen "Hrn. Pastor Harms Oerel b. Bremervvörde (Hannover.); auf dem fliegenden Vorsatz Namenszug "H. Harms auk 6 gr 1" (=Pastor Heinrich Harms (1798 - 1883). Einband an den Gelenken und Ecken restauriert, leicht gebräunt, Bindebänder erneuert - Sprache / Language: Lateinisch / Latin -

      [Bookseller: Wenner Antiquariat]
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        In Hoc Volumine Continentur Omnes Anni Regis Henrici Septimi

      1585. [Yearbook]. Henry VII. In Hoc Volumine Continentur Omnes Anni Regis Henrici Septimi, Ab Anno Primo, Usque ad Annum Vicesimum Secundum Eiusdem Regis, Qui Antea Impressi Fuerunt. Ore Novelment Imprimee & Corrigee, Ouesque Plusours Bones Notes, Letters, & Figures en le Margent, Et en le Pag. Mesme. Queux Notes Referre les Cases al Abridgement del Brooke, [et] Auters Lieurs del Ans. Et les Letters & Figures Monstront Toutes les Pointes del Arguments & Cases. London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, 1585 [colophon dated 1583]. xxxi, xix, xv, xviii, xli, ii-xvi, ii-xvi, xiii, ii-xxvi, ii-xxx, ii-xxix, ii-xxix, ii-xxviii, xxxii, xvii, xvii, xiii, xli ff. Folio (10-1/2" x 7-1/2"). Recent period-style calf, blind fillets and large central ornaments to boards, raised bands and lettering piece to spine, endpapers renewed with marbled paper. Negligible light rubbing to extremities. Title printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Some toning to text, light foxing in a few places, minor worm holes to margins in a few places, light soiling to title page. Occasional annotations in tiny early chancery hand, some affected by trimming, interior otherwise clean. An attractive copy. * Covers regnal years 1-16, 20 and 21 Henry VII. With an index of cases, side-notes and cross-references to Brooke, Fitzherbert and other authorities. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of the Year Books. As a series of notes on debates and points of pleadings in Norman England they are of crucial primary sources for our knowledge of medieval common law. They also provide a richly detailed portrait of contemporary English life, customs and manners. The origin of the Year Books is unknown. Maitland believed that the earliest volumes were notes taken by law students in court copied for the use of pleaders in later cases. Holdsworth maintains that they were records of cases made by lawyers for personal use. Though it is not known when the first manuscript volumes were compiled, it is clear that cases can be found to date from the 1270's and the series continues to 1535. Printed editions of the Year Books were first issued by William de Machlinia between 1481 and 1482. The present volume belongs to the so-called "Quarto Edition." Not a set in the conventional sense, the

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        Saturnalium Sermonum Libri Duo, Qui de Gladiatoribus. Noviter correcti, auct, & Formis aeneis illustrati

      Antwerp: Christophe Plantin, 1585., 1585. 4to. pp. 4 p.l., 175, [1]blank, [6]index, [1 leaf]privilege. Plantin's woodcut device on title. 4 large folding etched plates & 12 full-page etchings in the text. woodcut initials. 19th century half mottled sheep, rebacked (clear dampstain to first 8 leaves, hole in B3 with loss of letters or words on 5 lines on recto & 6 lines on verso, few short tears to plate folds - no loss). Second Edition, Second Issue (with Antwerp imprint), the first edition to be illustrated (first: 1582), of Lipsius' study of Roman gladiators. The four folding and twelve full-page etchings are quite striking and depict gladiators in combat. They have been attributed on stylistic grounds to Pieter vander Borcht. Adams A806. BM STC Dutch p. 119. Voet 1557b.. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Good.

      [Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)]
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        The Auncient Ecclesiastical Histories of the First Six Hundred Yeares After Christ, written in the greek tongue by three learned Historiographers, Eusebius, Socrates, and Euagrius

      London, Blackfriars by Ludgate: Thomas Vautrollier, 1585 A very early and possibly 1st edition collection of translations from the Greek by Meredith Hanmer (1543-1604). There have been numerous editions of this work - particularly to compare the early church with later practice. In what appears to be the original full leather binding with raised bands to spine. With title page with anchor motif, dedication to Robert, Earle of Leicester dated 1584, commentary from the translator, note on the life of Eusebius, and the 9 bookes of Eusebius. Blank leaf, new title page - 'The Ecclesiastical Historie of Socrates Scholasticum...1585, preface to the reader, 7 bookes. Note from the translator, new title page - The Ecclesiastical Historie of Euagrius Scholasticum, a noble man of Antioch....1585, preface to the reader, 6 bookes. New title page - The Lives, The Ends, and the Martyrdoms of the Prophetes.....1585, note on the life of Dorotheus, preface, blank leaf, text. Blank leaf, new title page - A Chronographie with a supputation of the Yeares from the beginning of the World unto the birth of Christ, preface, yeares of the world, chronographie. Blank leaf, Index - 17pp, list of printing faults. In all 600 pages plus index. With decorative initial capitals, head and tailpieces. The book is in remarkably good condition for its years. The binding is worn but is sound. There is some dampstaining to page edges at the beginning and some loss to page edges, none of which affects the text. It may be missing a separate title page for the Eusebius section and pages 3-10 are supplied in very old handwriting. There is a little worming to bottom margins to a few of the Socrates pages, and occasional marking and staining elsewhere. Overall it is exceptionally clean.

      [Bookseller: E C Books]
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        Herbario Nuovo...con figure, che rappresentano le vive Piante, che nascono in tutta Europa, & nel l'Indie Orientali, & Occidentali. Con versi Latini, che comprendono le facoltà de I semplici medicamenti

      Title within ornate woodcut border; two woodcut ports., one of J.A. Cortusi &, on verso, of Durante; & 965 woodcut illus. in the text. 12 p.l., 492, [44] pp. Folio, cont. limp vellum (a few minor defects to binding), ties gone. Rome: B. Bonfadino & T. Diani, 1585. First edition of this handsome and popular herbal by Durante (1529-90), Italian poet, physician, and botanist. The plant descriptions, along with accounts of their medicinal qualities, are presented in verse directly below the illustrations. These are followed by more detailed text giving names, forms, localities, and medicinal virtues. This book was very popular; it was reprinted in Italian, and translated and published in several other languages, for a number of years. Our copy, like the Hunt example, has two portraits on ++6, recto and verso (see above). Fine copy. Hunt 151. Pritzel 2552. .

      [Bookseller: Jonathan A. Hill, Bookseller, Inc.]
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        Della filosofia naturale. distinta in due parti, con un trattato intitolato instrumento et di nuovo aggiunta a queste, la terza parte, di portio piccolomini suo nipote. in venetia, appresso francesco de' franceschi senese, 1585.

      4 parti con autonoma numerazione e autonomo frontespizio in un vol. in-8° (220x160mm), ff. (8), 83, (3); (4), 111, (1); (4), 74; (4), 72, (2). La quarta parte comprende un'altra opera del Piccolomini complementare alla ""Filosofia Naturale"", l'""Instrumento della Filosofia Naturale"". Cartonatura settecentesca in marmorizzatura rosa con titolo calligrafato al dorso. Ai frontespizi, imprese tipografiche in xilografia. Iniziali e fregi tipografici istoriati in xilografia. Timbro di estinta biblioteca. Sparsi aloni e bruniture di lieve entità. Buon esemplare. Reimpressione veneziana del principale lavoro filosofico del Piccolomini, diviso in 8 libri e trattante, sotto il prospetto dell'aristotelismo, i temi principali della filosofia naturale (definizione di materia, spazio, luogo). Il Piccolomini (Siena, 1508-ivi, 1579), della stessa famiglia di papa Pio II, fu letterato, ecclesiastico (fu arcivescovo di Patrasso e coadiutore dell'arcivescovo Bandini Piccolomini), commediografo di buon livello, poeta, lettore di filosofia morale a Padova, membro dell'Accademia degli Infiammati, e, soprattutto, divulgatore, traduttore e commentatore di Aristotele in volgare, nonché volgarizzatore di altri classici. STC Italian, p. 513. Riccardi, I, p. 272. EDIT16 CNCE 36269. Non in Adams.

      [Bookseller: Studio Bibliografico Benacense]
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