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        Ratio atque Institutio Studiorum per Sex Patres ad id jussu R.P. Praepositi Generalis deputatos conscripta.

      Woodcut Jesuit emblem on title within a typographical frame. Text printed throughout in italic. Ruled in red. 2 p.l., 330, [4] pp. 8vo, bound in a superb inlaid mosaic "à répétition" morocco binding with a navy blue base & a large gilt decor of red, citron, & pale brown morocco onlays of stars & quatrefoils, spine similarly decorated, pink silk endpapers, attributable to Nicolas-Denis Derôme (full description below), a.e.g. Rome: "in Collegio Societatis Jesu," 1586. The extremely rare first publication by the Jesuits written to establish a plan of studies meant for layman as well as priests, which included for the first time the humanities -- literature, history, drama, etc. -- as well as the traditional clerical fields of philosophy and theology. This dramatic change made clear that the literary and humanistic program of the Renaissance was compatible with the Scholastic program of the Middle Ages. The Ratio Studiorum, an exposition of principles, standardized on a global basis the highly influential system of Jesuit education which continued for centuries. Their commitment to education had great ramifications for both the Jesuit Order as well as the entire Catholic Church. The present copy, printed only in 100 or 120 copies, is bound in a magnificent mosaic binding attributable to Nicolas-Denis Derôme and comes from the library of Paul Girardot de Préfond, with his characteristic morocco bookplate. Our copy also contains annotations by the German Jesuit priest Jakob Rem (1546-1618), with the ownership inscription on title (quite faded because the title was lightly washed at the time of binding) "Colleg. Ing. Soc. Jesu. Ad usum P. I. Rhami" ("Ingolstadt Secondary School. For the use of P. J. Rem."). All copies of this edition were ordered to be burned in 1599, hence its great rarity. "During the generalate of Claudio Acquaviva (1581-1614), the educational methods of the Society were finally formulated. In 1584 six experienced schoolmen [the Spanish Juan Azor, the Portuguese Gaspar Gonçalves, the Scottish James Tyrie, the Dutch Peter Buys, Antoyne Goyson, born in the Spanish Netherlands, and the Italian Stefano Tucci], selected from different nationalities and provinces, were called to Rome, where for a year they studied pedagogical works, examined regulations of colleges and universities, and weighed the observations and suggestions made by prominent Jesuit educators."-Catholic Encyclopedia. In 1586, they issued the present work, a trial document, which was printed for private review in a very limited number and sent out to all twenty-one Jesuit provinces. After accumulating responses from the five most eminent Jesuits from each province, a revised Ratio Studiorum was issued in 1591, which again received reviews from the Jesuits educators from around the world. Finally, in 1599, the final and definitive Ratio Studiorum was issued. This is extremely rare book. Only a limited number of copies were originally printed -- between 100 and 120 -- for the Order's internal use. When the definitive version of the Ratio Studiorum was printed in 1599, a letter dated March 29, 1599 written by Superior General Claudio Acquaviva ordered that all previous editions be gathered and burned. This rarity was so well-known in the 18th century that Guillaume François De Bure at first thought that there was only one copy, as he states in his Avertissement in the sale catalogue of Girardot de Préfond's first collection (1757): "the obliteration was so scrupulous that only a single copy exists which we have carefully preserved at the library of the Dominicans of Toulouse" (p. xiv of the Avertissement). In his famous Bibliographie instructive, he dedicates a very long comment to this banned book (1764, item 1008, pp. 65-71). De Bure ended up locating seven more copies. Bound-in at the end is a one-page handwritten questionnaire, which accompanied copies of the Ratio Studiorum when sent out to Jesuit provinces. The Ratio Studiorum was very much a work in progress, making the presence of annotations natural in this copy. The German Jesuit Jakob Rem was Prefect of studies at the Dillingen and Munich schools before being appointed under-regent to the school in Ingolstadt where he lived from 1586 till his death. He was one of the great figures of the Order of the Jesuits in the early 17th century and knew General Claudio Acquaviva very well. He was, no doubt, one of the original recipients of a copy in 1586. Rem and the General had been friends since they were novitiates in Rome. BINDING: Paul Girardot de Préfond, one of the great bibliophiles of the 18th century, came from a family of timber merchants. He very much appreciated fine bindings and, following the sale of his first collection in 1757, was able to afford a second, even better collection, for which he often resorted to the best binders of the day such as Padeloup or Derôme. However, coming under pressure from his creditors in 1769, he was forced to sell his entire second collection to Count Justin Mac Carthy-Reagh. This copy was not present in the sale catalogue of the first library of de Préfond. It might be the copy described in the sale catalogue of Mac Carthy-Reagh (1815) which describes a copy (lot 1208): "mar. citron à compartimens [=mosaic], tabis, l.r. [lavé, réglé]." While the base leather of our copy is navy blue, citron morocco forms the predominant color of the onlays. It is therefore difficult to establish to which collection assembled by Girardot de Préfond this copy of Ratio Studiorum belongs. "Mosaic bindings, with their variety of colors and extravagance of design, seem to have been reserved for special religious books of octavo or smaller form, for rare and controversial works, and for volumes connected with special occasions. Few are signed."-Barber, Waddesdon Printed Books and Bookbindings, p. 203. The all-over mosaic "à répétition" decor, initially created by Antoine-Michel Padeloup in the 1720s, was very fashionable through the 1760s. Attributing the binding to Derôme can be deduced from the presence of a fine roulette frame on the insides (contreplat). Jacques-Antoine Derôme (who died in 1760) used the roulette, followed by his son, Nicolas-Denis (master in 1761) for nearly fifty years. Moreover, the characteristic of the Derômes' style is found here: the decor of the binding was done in fillet, freehand, and with the use of very few tools. Two tools from this workshop are visible here: a small palmette (G. Barber, List 7, tool 69) and a dashed (en pointillés) rouelle. They can also be seen on the binding with a decor very similar to a Giordano Bruno preserved at Aix-en-Provence (see L.-M. Michon, pl. XXXV), which also has the same frame roulette as the Ratio Studiorum. Finally, the frame roulette and the small palmette are found on a 1709 Nouveau Testament preserved at Waddesdon Manor (W.Cat. 569, ill. on p. 128 and 289) and bound, according to Giles Barber, between 1760 and 1765, "possibly by N.D. Derôme." In fine and fresh condition. Joints very slightly rubbed and with one short crack at foot of upper joint. Preserved in a box. ❧ For an account of 18th-century mosaic bindings, see Giles Barber's wonderful Waddesdon Printed Books and Bookbindings, pp. 203-308. John W. O'Malley, S.J. "Ratio Studiorum: Jesuit Education, 1548-1773," Boston College, online. De Backer-Sommervogel, I, col. 487. .

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        M. Vitruvii Pollionis De Architectura Libri decem... Accesserunt Gulielmi Philandri Castilionij... annotationes castigatiores, & plus tertia parte locupletiores. Adiecta est epitome in omnes Georgij Agricolae de mensuris & ponderibus libros eodem auctore. Cum Graeco pariter & Latino indice locupletissimo

      apud Ioan. Tornaesium Typogr. Reg. Lugd. 1586 4to (cm. 23,8), 8 cc.nn., 460 pp., 18 cc.nn. Con num.se xilografie e n.t. ed una tavola rip. f.t. Frontis. entro ricca cornice architettonica. Capilettera figurati ed ornati. Legatura in piena pergamena antica. Lievi aloni e alcune carte lievemente ingiallite altrimenti bellâ??esemplare. Rara edizione. Fowler, n. 415; Cicognara, 721

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        QUAESTIONES DISPUTATAE... De Potentia Dei, De Malo, De Spiritualibus Creaturis, De Anima, De Damonibus, De Angelis...

      Paris: Apud Adrianum Perier in Vico Bellouaco. 1586. n. Lg. folio (14" tall). ff.(4),346. Double column text. Lg. woodcut device on title. Cont. calf, somewhat worn, spine & edges lacquered. Trace of removed adhesive tape label near top of spine. Occasional light browning.

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        Dialogo nel quale si ragiona del modo di accrescere & conservar la memoria

      Giovanbattista Sessa & Fratelli 1586 Dolce, Lodovico. Venetia, Giovanbattista Sessa & Fratelli, 1586. Dialogo nel quale si ragiona del modo di accrescere & conservar la memoria. In - 8°, pergamena coeva. 118, (2) ff. (l' ultimo bianco). Insegna tipografica nel frontespizio e 23 figure anche a piena pagina incise in legno raffiguranti segni di mnemonica. Esemplare col frontespizio restaurato e foderato, Esemplare col frontespizio restaurato e foderato, internamente lievi rifioriture della carta peraltro ben conservato. Rara seconda edizione. Brunet, II, 789. Olschki, Choix de livres rares, 4460: >. Neg. mb. nero

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        VARIARVM LECTIONVM LIBRI XV

      Antverpiæ [i.e., Leyden]: Christophorum Plantinum, 1586. Second Plantin Edition n. An intelligent and scholarly reader of the classics, Marc Antoine Muret (1526-85) makes suggestions in these "Various Readings" for emendations and interpretations of a number of ancient authors, principally Cicero, Horace, Plautus, and Aristotle. Within each of the 15 books are typically 20 different sections, with no discernible pattern in their arrangement; Muret seems to have written them down as the observations struck him. The first eight books were published originally in 1559 by Zilleti in Venice, and the final seven books appeared for the first time in the 1580 Plantin edition, of which this is a reprint done (despite what the title page says) in the Plantin office in Leyden. Voet indicates that Plantin and Muret were introduced by the Netherlandish Jesuit Joannes Gravius and that they began correspondence in 1574 about the publication of the "Readings." After many delays, impatient letters, and indecision over the proper dedicatee, the text finally was printed some six years later. A professor of literature at Bordeaux, Muret taught the young Montaigne. Harried in France on charges of Protestantism and homosexuality, Muret fled to Italy, where he was befriended by the publisher Paulus Manutius. Christopher Plantin (1520-89) set up shop in Antwerp as a bookbinder in 1549, but he turned to printing in 1555 and soon rose to the top of his trade, both as a printer and type designer. He produced, among a great many things, the celebrated Antwerp Polyglot Bible of 1569-72 and a steady stream of emblem books. In 1575, he employed nearly 150 workers, who helped to keep more than 20 presses going, and for a time, he established premises in Paris and Leyden. The owner whose 18th century bookplate appears at the front here is apparently the Robert Shafto of Benwell (1732-97) referred to in the famous song "Bonny Bobby Shafto." He was a handsome and cavalier M.P. who campaigned using the "Bonny Bobby Shafto" nickname, and the song's lyrics supposedly refer to his jilting of a certain Bridget Belasyse, who died at the time of Shafto's marriage to Anne Duncombe. Ours is quite a fine copy of an uncommon book.. 175 x 108 mm. (6 7/8 x 4 1/4"). 325 (i.e., 425), [20] pp. Second Plantin Edition. Bound in very pleasant 18th century vellum, yapp edges, flat spine with title written faintly in ink. Plantin compass device on title page, historiated initials. Front pastedown with the armorial bookplate of Robert Shafto of Benwell; rear pastedown with the armorial bookplate of (Shafto's relative) William Adair. Voet 1724; Graesse IV, 628. Text with light marginal browning (one margin with three small brown spots), crease and tear in one leaf from faulty trimming (no text loss), otherwise very fine, the binding with virtually no soiling and without any appreciable wear, and the text clean and quite fresh. An intelligent and scholarly reader of the classics, Marc Antoine Muret (1526-85) makes suggestions in these "Various Readings" for emendations and interpretations of a number of ancient authors, principally Cicero, Horace, Plautus, and Aristotle. Within each of the 15 books are typically 20 different sections, with no discernible pattern in their arrangement; Muret seems to have written them down as the observations struck him. The first eight books were published originally in 1559 by Zilleti in Venice, and the final seven books appeared for the first time in the 1580 Plantin edition, of which this is a reprint done (despite what the title page says) in the Plantin office in Leyden. Voet indicates that Plantin and Muret were introduced by the Netherlandish Jesuit Joannes Gravius and that they began correspondence in 1574 about the publication of the "Readings." After many delays, impatient letters, and indecision over the proper dedicatee, the text finally was printed some six years later. A professor of literature at Bordeaux, Muret taught the young Montaigne. Harried in France on charges of Protestantism and homosexuality, Muret fled to Italy, where he was befriended by the publisher Paulus Manutius. Christopher Plantin (1520-89) set up shop in Antwerp as a bookbinder in 1549, but he turned to printing in 1555 and soon rose to the top of his trade, both as a printer and type designer. He produced, among a great many things, the celebrated Antwerp Polyglot Bible of 1569-72 and a steady stream of emblem books. In 1575, he employed nearly 150 workers, who helped to keep more than 20 presses going, and for a time, he established premises in Paris and Leyden. The owner whose 18th century bookplate appears at the front here is apparently the Robert Shafto of Benwell (1732-97) referred to in the famous song "Bonny Bobby Shafto." He was a handsome and cavalier M.P. who campaigned using the "Bonny Bobby Shafto" nickname, and the song's lyrics supposedly refer to his jilting of a certain Bridget Belasyse, who died at the time of Shafto's marriage to Anne Duncombe. Ours is quite a fine copy of an uncommon book.

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        La Graunde Abridgement, Collecte & escrie, per le Iudge tresreuerend Sir Robert Brooke Chiualer, nadgairs chiefe Iustice del common Banke [bound with] La Secounde part du Graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 3829; Beale R475 and R476. Two Volumes in One

      London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, vicesimo nono die Septemb. [etc.], 1586. Early calf, rebacked, the elaborately gilt spine laid down, Robert Harley's copy with his ownership indicia, generally well preserved; the Taussig copy Third edition of one of the two great early abridgments of English law, providing access to the centuries of Year Book cases and medieval legal sources otherwise virtually inaccessible; a massive work with over 20,000 entries arranged alphabetically

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        Commentaria una cum quaestionibus in tres libros Aristotelis De anima.

      nunc recens magna cum diligentia in lucem edita. Venetiis, apud Iuntas, 1586, - in-4, ff. (4), 183, (1), bella legatura veneziana strettamente coeva in piena pelle, duplice filettatura con terminazioni angolari a racemi e putti stilizzati; grande medaglione centrale con rotelle a girali e coppia di amorini, il tutto impresso in oro; dorso a scomparti con piccoli mazzi di fiori in oro. Bellissimi tagli dorati e cesellati, con rialzi in biacca. Impresa editoriale al titolo, testo su due colonne. Pregevole edizione, apparsa la prima volta a Roma nel 1572, di celebre commento aristotelico. Il Toledo fu teologo ed esegeta (Cordova 1532 - Roma 1596), divenne cardinale e fu coinvolto nella questione dell'assoluzione di Enrico IV. Ottimo esemplare, al titolo antica nota di possesso ''Francisci Rami'' e timbro ''Capuccinorum Parthenici''. Camerini II, 916. Manca ad Adams e STC. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        RELATIONI | DELLA VENVTA | DEGLI AMBASCIA- | TORI GIAPONESI

      - | a Roma fino alla partita di Lisbona. | Con le accogliense fatte loro da tutti i | Principi Christiani, per doue | sono passati. | Raccolte da Guido Gualtieri. | [Brasão do Pontífice Papa Gregório XIII] | IN ROMA. Per Francesco Zannetti. | M. D. LXXXVI. [1586] | Con licentia de i Superiori. In 8º (de 17x11,5 cm). Com 12, 191 pags. Encadernação da época em pergaminho, ferros a ouro e a seco sobre as pastas e titulo manuscrito na lombada. Exemplar com cota de arrumação manuscrita e ex-libris de George Earl of Macartney, Knight of the Order of the White Eagle and of the Bath no interior da pasta anterior e da Bibliotheca Phillippica de Sir Thomas Phillipps Bt. no interior da pasta posterior. Ilustrado com capitulares xilográficas decorativas. Obra impressa sobre papel de linho. Contém a notícia pormenorizada da primeira visita dos embaixadores japoneses Mancio Ito, Julião Nakaura, Miguel Chijiwa, Martinho Hara, e Tensho Keno Shisetsu à Europa, conduzidos a Lisboa pela Companhia de Jesus, e nos capiítulos finais com as cartas enviadas pelos mesmos para o Japão dirigidas aos princípes e shoguns locais. Os jovens embaixadores japoneses foram recebidos em Portugal por duas vezes - nomeadamente à chegada e à partida da Europa - com grandes honras, pela Casa Real portuguesa no Palácio de Vila Viçosa. Quatro deles foram considerados de aristocracia japonesa. "Enviada para a Europa em nome dos principes de Kyushu, estes senhores foram quatro alunos do seminário Arima, todos eles com treze ou catorze anos, no máximo, no momento da partida. Em teoria, a descendência nobre era um pré-requisito para a admissão no seminário - os regulamentos elaborados por Valignano [autor do De Missione Legatorum Iaponensium ad Romanam Curiam] restringe a entrada a gente nobre e honrada ? a quem tem acesso às cortes dos senhores (Schütte 1958, 484), por isso supõe-se que, por uma definição ou outra, todos os quatro eram membros da elite"". Ver estudo de J. S. A. Elisonas, in ?Japanese Journal of Religious Studies?, Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture, 2007 (34/1: 27?66) pag. 34. Report of the first visit of the Japanese ambassadors to Rome (Italy) after they left Lisbon (Portugal). Notice of the acceptance and welcoming - wherever they went - made to them by the Princes of the Christianity. Relation collected by Guido Gualtieri. In 8º (size 16x11 cm) with 12, 192 pages. Binding: Contemporary full vellum, tooled cover folders, manuscript title on spine. Illustrated with decorative capital letters. Copy with manuscript shelf location and ex-libris from George Earl of Macartney, Knight of the Order of the White Eagle and of the Bath in the front inner board and from Bibliotheca Phillippica formed by Sir Thomas Phillipps Bt.on the back inner board. Book printed in linnen paper. Contains detailed news of the first visit of the Japanese ambassadors to Europe, namely: Mancio Ito, Julian Nakaura, Miguel Chijiwa, Martinho Hara, and Tensho Shisetsu Keno, starting in Lisbon and conducted to Rome by the Company of Jesus. The final chapters contains the letters sent to Japan and addressed to local Japanese princes and local shoguns. The young Japanese ambassadors were received in Portugal twice - including the arrival and departure of Europe - with great honours by the Portuguese Royal House in the Palace of Vila Viçosa. Four of them were considered as being part of the Japanese aristocracy. "In these Kyushu lords? names there were sent to Europe four pupils of the Arima seminary, each thirteen or at most fourteen years old at the time of departure. In theory, noble descent was a prerequisite for admission to the seminaries - the regulations drawn up by Valignano [author of De Missione Legatorum Iaponensium ad Romanam Curiam] restricted the admission only to "noble and honored folks - who have access to the lord?s chamber" (Schütte 1958, 484), so it may be assumed that by either definition, all four were members of the elite". See study of J. S. A. Elisonas, Journ

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        Historia navigationis in Brasiliam qae et America Dicitur

      

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        La coronica general de Espaandntildea prossiguiendo adelante de los cinco libros que el maestro Florian de Ocampo Coronista del Emperador don Carlos V dexo escritos Alcala Iuan Iniguez de Lequerica 1574 With Los otros dos libros undecimo y duodecimo de la Coronica General de Espaandntildea Alcala Iuan Iniguez de Lequerica 1577 With Las antiguedades de las cividades de Espaandntildea Que van nombvradas en la coronica con la auerigacion de sus sitios y nobles antiguos Alcala Iuan Iniguez de Lequerica 1575 And Los cinco libro postreros de la coronica general de Espaandntildea Cordoba Gabriel Ramos Bejarano

      

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        Vita del P Ignatio Loiola fondatore della religione della compagnia di Giesu nuovamente tradutta sic dalla Spagnuola nellItaliana de Giovanni Giolito deFerrari

      

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        Imprese illustri di diversi Parte prima terza Venice appresso Francesco Ziletti

      

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Nach dem nevs erobert War .').

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, 1586, 21 x 27 Schmitt, Neuss 1477 - 1900, Nr. 160; Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 292. - Zeigt die Einnahme und Plünderung von Neuss.

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        Le bellezze di Verona

      1586 - 106 ff. Verone. Girolamo Discepoli, 1586, in-8, 106 ff, reliure d'époque en velin souple, Rare édition originale des "beautés de Verone". Adriano Valerini Veronese (1546-1593), acteur et écrivain eut quelques déboires avec la censure religieuse de son temps. Il fit paraitre trois ouvrages. Dans le Bellezze di Verona, il expose les faits historiques concernant les origines de la ville et de sa population, il commente les habitudes et les coutumes, la gastronomie et les vins de Vérone. Exemplaire en reliure du temps, beau portrait gravé en frontispice de Valerio Valerini, mouillure au dernier feuillet. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De plantis epitome utilissima. diligenter aucta, & locupletata à D. Ioachimo Camerario.

      Frankfurt (Feyerabend) 1586 - (23 x 18 cm). (12) 1003 (28) S. Mit 1003 Textholzschnitten und Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. Etwas späterer Pergamentband. Eine von zwei Ausgaben der ersten, von Camerarius besorgten, lateinischen Auflage des berühmten Kräuterbuches. Im gleichen Jahr erschien noch eine Ausgabe mit gleicher Kollation aber gering abweichendem Titel. - Nachdem Camerarius 1581 den Nachlass Conrad Gessners erworben hat, verwendet er dessen hochwertige Illustrationen in vorliegendem Werk erstmalig. Er hat zudem Matthiolus' Epitome derart verbessert und vermehrt, dass Treviranus hier von einem beinahe neuen Werk spricht; typographisch großzügig gestaltet, mit einem Holzschnitt pro Seite. - 18 Blätter mit teils ausgebesserten Wurmspuren. Vereinzelt etwas fleckig und mit Marginalien von alter Hand. Gegen Ende mit schwachem Feuchtigkeitsrand. Vorsätze erneuert. Einband etwas fleckig und bestoßen. Insgesamt gut erhaltenes Exemplar, besonders für ein derartigen Gebrauchsbuch. - DSB 9; 178; VD16 M1613; Nissen BBI 1308; Pritzel 5983; Hunt 153

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        Annalium Genuensium ab anno MDXXVIII recuperatae libertatis vsque ad annum MDL.

      Papiae, apud Hieronymum Bartolum, 1586, - in-8, pp. (16), 206, legatura coeva in pergamena floscia, titolo ms. lungo il dorso. Dedica dell'autore a Gio. Batt. Pallavicino. Edizione originale latina, contemporanea alla prima ed. italiana, anch'essa pubblicata per cura di B. Paschetti. Vi si comprende il racconto dettagliato degli avvenimenti che riguardano la Repubblica di Genova dal 1528 al 1550. Jacopo Bonfadio (nato a Gazano, sul lago di Garda, intorno al 1509), ebbe l'incarico di storiografo ufficiale della Repubblica ed occupò per molti anni la cattedra di filosofia all'università di Genova, dove fu giustiziato nel 1550, con l'accusa di sodomia, che verosimilmente occultava quella di eresia. Esemplare con camminamenti di tarli nei margini inferiori bianchi, alcune gore d'umido ed usuali fioriture della carta. BMC 119. Coleti p. 82.6. D. B. It. vol. 12, pp. 6-7. Manca all'Adams, Lozzi e Platner. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De humana physiognomonia libri IIII ad Aloysium Card. Estensem

      apud Iosephum Cacchium 1586 4to (cm. 32), 2 cc.nn. (compreso frontis. interamente inciso su rame con ritratto dellâ??A.), 272 pp. con num.me incisioni su rame n.t. Legatura antica in piena pergamena con titolo ms. al ds. Fioriture sulle carte di guardia e sul frontis. Uniforme ingiallitura della carta e leggeri aloni diffusi, più evidenti sulle ultime pagine. La carta Hh1 è stata anticamente sostituita con unâ??altra manoscritta in cui è stato copiato il testo. Strappo senza alcuna perdita di testo alla carta S3. Esemplare genuino. Prima rara edizione di questa celebre opera che è anche il primo libro stampato a Vico Equense. Giovanni Battista Della Porta (1535 - 1615) precedette Lavater nel tentativo di individuare il carattere umano dalle caratteristiche fisiche. Egli fu il fondatore della fisiognomica e la presente Opera è uno dei primi lavori sullâ??argomento.

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        ORATIONUM - volumen tertium - ACCESSERUNT BREUES ANIMADUERSIONES EX DOCTISSIMORUM HOMINUM COMMENTARIIS, QUIBUS ITA LOCI PERMULTI EXPLICANTUR, VULGO RECEPTAE LECTIONIS UBIQUE RATIO HABEATUR

      Gryphium Ant., Lugduni (Lione) 1586 - Pagine: 540+44 . Illustrazioni: Marca tipografica all'ultima pagina . Formato: 24° . Rilegatura: Cartonato pelle . Stato: Discreto . Caratteristiche: 28 orazioni. Tarlo non troppo invasivo a 50 pagine.Bei disegni calligrafici nell'ultima pagina ad inchiostro. Bruniture. Firme d'appartenenza e scritte. Copertina guasta. Da restaurare.Foto disponibili .

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        Gemeiner Loblicher Eydgenoschaft Stetten, Landen und Völckern Chronic wirdigen thaaten beschreibung. Hierinn wirt auch die gelegenheit der gantzen Europe. Item ein kurzuergriffene Chronica Germaniae oder Teutschlands, insonders aber ein fleyssige history und ordenlich beschreybung Galliae oder Franckreychs fürgestellt . Jetz neüwlich zum anderen mal in den gäben, an vilen orten gebesseret, gemeeret, mit angeheckten Chronologey kurzuerzeichneter geschichten, vom 1548. jar, biss auf diss gegewirtig 1586. jar, durch Johann Rudolph Stumpffen .

      Zürych in der Froschow 1586 - . Gr.4°. 30 unpag. Blätter, 732 Blätter. Mit Titelblatt in rot/schwarz und Druckermarke der Offizin Froschauer, 2 (statt 5) doppelblattgr. und 8 ganzseitigen Karten und zahlr. Holzschnitt-Ansichten, Karten, Wappen etc. im Text. Blindgepr. Schweinsleder über Holzdeckeln. Zweite Ausgabe dieser berühmten Chronik. Es fehlen die Schliessen. Etwas berieben und beschabt. Es fehlen die gefalteten Karten: Europa, Deutschland und eine der 2 Schweizerkarten. Die vorhandene Karte der antiken Schweiz mit 6 x 12 cm Bildverlust. Durchgehend etwas stockfleckig.

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        Dichiaratione de i Salmi di David Alla Serenissima Infante, la Signora Duchessa di Savoia.

      Venetia, Fabio et Agostino Zoppini, 1586. - in-8. 4ff. 501pp. 1f. Plein veau brun, double filet doré encadrant les plats, dos lisse encadré d'un filet doré (reliure de l'époque). Edition Originale de cette édition des Psaumes de David, avec des commentaires de Francesco Panigarola (1548-1594), assistant du Cardinal Henry Cajetan (légat du Pape en France), puis évêque d'Asti. Exemplaire portant sur le titre la signature manuscrite ancienne "Rob. Stephano". Il s'agit peut-être de Robert Estienne III, l'un des membres de la célèbre famille d'imprimeurs. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Parere sopra la causa di Priorato del Signor Cavaliere Roberto Papafava. Del Signor Cvaliere Battista Guarini.

      In Verona, appresso Girolamo Discepolo ad istantia di Gioan Battista Ciotti Senese Libraro in Venetia, 1586. In 4to (cm. 20); carte 27 + una bianca. PRIMA edizione. Axs

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        In quatuor institutionum imperialium D. Justiniani libros, commentarii, nunc post mortem [...] cum multis libellorum, & actuum judicialium formis, atque juris Saxonici consensu & antinomia, editi. Ex recognitione et cum novis annotationibus ac supplemento M. Wesenbecij [...].

      Straßburg, Theodosius Rihel, 1586. Fol. (35 x 24,5 cm). Titel m. großer Holzschn.-Druckermarke. Mit zahlr. Holzschn.-Initialen. 6 Bll., 1143 (1) S., 34 Bll., Blindgepr. Schweinsldr.-Bd. d. Zt. a. 5 Bünden (dat. 1591), Deckeln m. blindgepr. Wappen u. den Initialen „G R V C“ sowie dreiseitigem Farbschnitt. Fünfte vollständige Ausgabe dieses großen, posthum erschienenen Kommentars zu Justinians „Institutiones“, in der „Mitte zwischen der alten analytischen und der in Wittenberg geförderten synthetischen Methode“ (St./L.), von Matthäus Wesenbeck bearbeitet. - Der dekorative Einband etw. berieben, bestoßen u. fleckig. Tlw. alte Unterstreichungen bzw. Marginalien in Tinte, tlw. spätere in Bleistift. Etw. gebräunt. - VD16, S 3241; Muller 549, 80; Stintzing/L. I, 310; vgl. BM STC, German Books (Ausg. 1584); diese Ausgabe nicht bei Adams. Versand D: 12,00 EUR Schneidewein, Schneidewin, In quatuor institutionum imperialium D. Justiniani libros, commentarii, Corpus juris civilis, Justinianus, Institutionum, Institutiones, Recht, Juridica

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        Tycho Brahe oder Tyge Ottesen Brahe, auch bek. als Tycho de Brahe (Kundstrup 14. 12. 1546 - 24. 10. 1601 Prag). Dän. Adliger und bedeutender Astronom. Hüftstück stehend von vorn mit Barett und Kette mit Elefantenorden, in einem Fensterbogen, gerahmt von 16 Wappen seiner Ahnen, darunter 6- zeiliger Schriftsockel.

      - Radierung v. Gheyn, Jacques de II, 1586, 18,4 x 13,2 cm (H) Hollstein 304; Filedt Kook / Leesberg (New Hollstein) 239. - WZ: Doppelkopf Adler. - Sehr schöner Druck mit feinem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie, zum Teil mit Spuren der Plattenkante. Minimal gebräunt, winzige Randläsuren auf Grund von früherer Montierung. - Gutes Exemplar dieses seltenen Porträts. With the coats of arms of his ancestors. Gu(i)ldenstern is at bottom left, RosenK(c)rans is four above Guildenstern. - Very small margins.

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        Oderatus", „Gustus".

      - 2 Kupferstiche, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Arm mit zwei ausgestreckten Fingern (vgl. Briquet 11605, Besancon 1586). Je ca. 17:12 cm. Sehr gute, feinzeichnende Drucke mit zartem Plattenton und mit gleichmäßig schmalem Rand um die Plattenkante. Schwach stockfleckig, „Oderatur" verso mit einer leichten diagonalen Knickspur, sonst vorzügliche Exemplare. Selten!

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        P. Virgilii Maronis poetae Mantuani Uniuersum poema: cum absoluta Servii Honorati Mauri, Grammatici, & Badij Ascensij interpretatione: Probi, & Ioannis Viuis in Eclogas allegorijs; quibus accesserunt Ludovici Coelii Rhodigini, Ioan. Scoppae Parthenopaei, Iacobi Constantij Fanensis, Francisci Campani Colensis, Iacobi Crucij Bonon. necnon alterius docti hominis lucubrationes, & annotationes in loca difficiliora. . Quae non, ut antea, plurimis foedata mendis, sed acri studio emendata, atq. omni quantum licuit, ex parte expolita, emisimus. quod, alios libros cum nostro conferentibus, patebit

      apud Petrum Dusinellum, Venetiis 1586 - Piccola mancanza di pergamena al piatto posteriore Marca tipografica incisa con la Fortuna su una nave tiene una vela gonfiata dal vento. Davanti a lei Mercurio, tutto in cornice e motto che cita: in dies arte ac fortuna" (6) + c.c. 389 p. 220x300mm p.perg settecentesca cordonata con tass.

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        Syntaxes artis mirabilis, in libros septem digest ae. + Commentaria in prologomena syntaxeon mirabilis artis.

      Officina Damiani Zenarii, Venetiis 1586. Small 8°, (16),102 pp., titlepage, pp.103-270+ index (10) pp., contemporary vellum, few pages with marks of damp.. 16022517

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        1586 G. Della Porta - Edizione ORIGINALE - De Humana Physiognomonia - IN FOLIO!!

      - DE HUMANA PHYSIOGNOMONIA [DI GIOVANNI BATTISTA DELLA PORTA] Io. Baptistae Portae Neapolitani De humana physiognomonia libri 4 . Vici Aequensis : apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1586 (Vici Aequensis : apud Iosephum Cacchium, 1586) PRIMA EDIZIONE ASSOLUTA !!! [4], 265 [ma 272] p. : ill. calcogr. ; 2° Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida con dorso piatto. Carte di guardia e controguardie ant. e post. non originali. Titolo anticamente calligrafato sul taglio di piede. Front. calcografico recante ritr. del dedicatario Card. Luigi d'Este. In calce al front. Annotazione ms: Est Zacharia Caimi. Alcuni errori nella numerazione delle p. Decine e decine di illustrazioni calcografiche, di cui sei (in totale) a piena pagina !!! Esemplare recante evidenti segni di restauro: l'angolo esterno basso delle carte è rifatto; coinvolte soprattutto le prime 4 carte, in cui si perdono alcune lettere del testo. Particolarità: la calcografia presente a p. 83 compare erroneamente a p. 195, per ovviare a questo errore la calcografia corretta è stata incollata sulla precedente che ancora s'intravede. Esemplare completo e, restauro a parte, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Curioso trattato proto-scientifico sulla fisiognomica (studio del volto e delle sue espressioni per cogliere il carattere e le tendenze interiori dell'uomo) di Giovanni Battista della Porta (1535-1615) noto filosofo, alchimista e commediografo italiano. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Fabrica et Usus Instrumenti ad Horologiorum Descriptionem Peropportuni … Auctore Christophoro Clavio

      Rome: Bartholomew Grassi, 1586. First edition. Woodcut device on title, 28 full-page woodcut illustrations and diagrams including 4 identical of the same instrument, woodcut diagrams in text, astronomical tables. 4to. Contemporary blind-ruled vellum, lacking ties. Title lightly soiled some light dampstaining at margins. Fritz Curds bookplate. First edition. Woodcut device on title, 28 full-page woodcut illustrations and diagrams including 4 identical of the same instrument, woodcut diagrams in text, astronomical tables. 4to. On the Making and Use of Sundials. Clavius (1555-1612) was a teacher of mathematics at the Jesuit College in Rome. He gave the Gregorian Calendar its present form and did all the calculations for its verification. The splendidly illustrated Instrumenti ad Horologiorum, his second work on sundials, gives the mathematical foundations and instructions for the construction of sundials for all latitudes. It was the most influential horological work of the second half of the 16th century; its influence on precision instruments was in evidence for nearly a century. Adams C2097

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        L'hospidale de' pazzi incurabili.

      Ferrara, Appresso, Giulio Cefare Cagnacini, & Fratelli 1586, 8vo legatura coeva in piena pergamena, tassello con fregi e titoli dorati al dorso, cc. (8)-107-(1) numerate al recto, marca tipografica xilografica al frontespizio e identica pure all?ultima carta, testatine e capolettera xilografici. Exlibris di ?Loris Premuda? all?interno del piatto anteriore. Pubblicato simultaneamente a Venezia, Ferrara e Piacenza; tratta di varie forme di malattie psicologiche nel corso dei secoli. Esempi di personaggi storici sono riferiti a diverse forme di psicosi. Interessanti le descrizioni separate, per malattie identiche, previste per le donne. Il libro osserva che, anche se i sintomi sono simili, se non uguali, le donne nel corso della storia hanno avuto meno speranza di essere curate.

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        Paraphrase des droicts des usures et contracts pignoratifs : ensemble des causes qui excusent de dol.

      chez Hierosme de Marnef, & la veufve Guillaume Cavellat, A Paris 1586 - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-8 de (16)-381-(35)-52 pp., vélin souple (reliure de l'époque). Troisème édition ; la première parisienne en 1577. «Avocat de renom au barreau d'Angers, G. est pourvu en 1552 d'une charge de conseiller originaire au présidial d'Angers (.) En 1560, il prononça, avec une forte sympathie à l'égard des protestants, une harangue à l'assemblée provinciale d'Angers - elle devait choisir des députés pour les Etats de Meaux puis d'Orléans - qui fit sensation : il prônait une sorte de royauté démocratique et réclamait la convocation, par le roi, d'un concile universel (vraiment universel, c'est à dire de tous les chrétiens et pas seulement des évvêques) pour éviter la guerre civile qu'il entrevoyait, et s'en prenait tout à la fois au clergé, aux nobles, et aux gens de justice (ces « sangsues du peuple, qui en tirent, sucent le sang et sustance) » (Dictionnnaire historique des juristes français). Très bon exemplaire. Des rousseurs. De la bibliothèque de Jacques Bardoux (1874-1959), homme politique, grand-père de Valéry Giscard d'Estaing.

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        GYNAECIORUM Sive de Mulierum Affectibus Commentarii Graecorum, Latinorum, Barbarorum, iam olim & nuncrecens editorum: In Tres Tomos Digesti, et necessariis passim Imaginibus illustrati. Cum Indicibus. [Volume I Only of 4].

      

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        OSPEDALE DE' PAZZI (L') OVVERO HOSPITALE DE' PAZZI INCURABILI"

      Giulio Cesare Cagnacini & Fratelli, Ferrara 1586 - Edizione: Prima edizione . Pagine: 108+XIV . Illustrazioni: Capilettere . Formato: 24° . Rilegatura: Cartonato pergamena con etichetta scritta a mano . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Famoso per "La piazza universale" Tommaso, alla nascita Ottaviano, Garzoni, di Bagnocavallo, monaco della Congregazione Lateranense a Santa Maria in Porto di Ravenna" pubblicò l'"Hospitale" nel 1586. Questa copia è priva del frontespizio stampato, ma scritto in bella grafia, settecentesca "L'ospedale de' pazzi opera del Sig. T

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        LE PREMIER CONCILE PROVINCIAL TENU A RHEIMS, L'AN 1583.

      A Rheims, Par Jean de Foigny, imprimeur de mondit Seigneur le Cardinal, à l'enseigne du Lionn, 1586 - LE PREMIER CONCILE PROVINCIAL TENU A RHEIMS, L'AN 1583. Par Monseigneur l'Illustrissime et Reverendissime Cardinal de Guyse, Archevesque Duc de Rheims, premier Pair de France, Légat né du Saint Siège Apostolique. Le tout corrigé et approuvé par notre Saint Père le Pape Grégoire XIII. Et mis en François par M. H. Meurier doyen et chanoine théologal de Rheims, et l'un des assistants audit concile. A Rheims, Par Jean de Foigny, imprimeur de mondit Seigneur le Cardinal, à l'enseigne du Lionn, 1586. 1 volume petit in-8 (170 x 110 mm) de 8 feuillets non chiffrés (titre, épîtres), 138-(2) feuillets (soit 279 pages). Reliure de l'époque plein veau brun, fer ombilic doré au centre des plats, fleurs de lys au dos, filets dorés en encadrement des plats, tranches dorées. Reliure avec d'anciennes traces de restaurations aux coiffes, mors fendus avec manque de cuir, petit manque de cuir sur un nerf et une coupe, lacets absents). Reliure décorative encore solide avec quelques petites restaurations à prévoir. Papier fort. Quelques salissures sans gravité à l'intérieur. Cahiers légèrement déréglés. Exemplaire réglé à l'encre rouge. ÉDITION ORIGINALE. Edition bilingue latin (page de gauche) et français (page de droite).Ce concile c'était tenu en mai 1583 à l'initiation du cardinal Louis de Guise qui décide de suivre et appliquer les directives du concile de Trente (1545-1563) qui fixait la doctrine du catholicisme et limitait un certain nombre d'abus. On y trouve les chapitres suivants : Du service divin - Du bréviaire - Des fêtes - Des sorcelleries et autres maléfices contraires à la religion chrétienne - Des sacrements - Du baptême - De la pénitence - De la sainte eucharistie - De l'ordre - Du mariage - Des sépultures - Des séminaires - Du clergé - Des religieux et de leurs monastères - Des curés - Des chapitres et chanoines - Des évêques - Des simoniaques et confidentiaires - De l'usure - De la juridiction - De la visitation - etc.Le chanoine Hubert Meurier (1535-1602), assistant lors de ce concile et compilateur du texte imprimé publié en 1586, était un infatigable orateur. Il profita de la prédication du jubilé de 1575 à Reims pour relayer la doctrine catholique réaffirmée à Trente.BELLE IMPRESSION RÉMOISE DU XVIe SIÈCLE. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus criminalis.Utilis necessarius tam Iudicibus maleficiorum, quam Cancellariis terrae firmae: ac aliis versantibus in Palatio. Cum multis additionibus novissime in lucem datis . [UND] Tractatus singularis. Defensionem omnium reorum, quascunque accusationes & inquisitiones pro quibuscunq(e); Criminibus instruens. . Postrema Editio ab Auctore recognita.

      Venetiis (Venedig) apud Jacobum Cornettum 1586 - 8 Bll., 239 Seiten, 15 Bll., [UND] 4 Bll., 176 Seiten, 12 Bll., Kl8° (15,4 x 11,1 cm), Pergamentbd. d.Zt. Titel mit schönen Holzschnitt-Vignetten, Text mit mehreren alten Wurmgängen, sonst von sehr guter Erhaltung. - Zwei seltene Werke des venezianischen Juristen Jacobo Novello.

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        Dialogo di M. Lodovico Dolce. Nel quale si ragiona del modo di accrescere, & conservar la memoria. Con privilegio

      Venezia. Sessa. 1586Cm. 15; 118 cc. (2)pp. Legatura in cartoncino decorato dell'ottocento rimontato. 23 figure, incise in xilografia, nel testo anche a piena pagina raffiguranti segni di mnemonica. Ottimo esemplare 492 / P

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        Il Petrarca con nuove spositioni, et insieme alcune molto utili, & belle Annotationi d intorno alle regole della lingua Toscana, con una conferma di tutte le sue Rime ridotte co Versi interi sotto le lettere vocali

      appresso Giorgio Angelieri, in Venetia 1586 - Legatura 800 in mz. pelle con fili e titolo oro al ds. (segni di abrasione al ds. e alle cerniere). Tagli azzurri. Poche note marginali di antica mano. Buon esemplare. In questa edizione non erano stati pubblicati, lasciando spazi bianchi, i sonetti 106, 107 e 108 nei quali il Petrarca criticava i costumi della Chiesa del tempo. I tre sonetti sono poi stati trascritti in questi spazi da antica mano. Adams, P835. 16mo (cm. 12), 62 cc.nn., 588 pp., 23 cc.nn. (di cui l ultima bianca). Ritratto di Petrarca e Laura, vignette xilografiche e capilettera fig. all inizio di ciascun trionfo. Segue con proprio frontis. Tavola di tutte le rime de Sonetti e Canzoni del Petrarca.Venetia, Angelieri 1586, 232 pp. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        DELLA PERFETTIONE DELLA VITA POLITICA DI M. PAOLO PARUTA NOBILE VINITIANO LIBRI TRE:NE' QUALI SI RAGIONA DELLE VIRTU' MORALI, & DI TUTTO CIO', CHE S'APPARTIENE ALLA FELICITA' CIUILE. NUOUAMENTE CON DILIGENZA RISTAMPATI. CON PRIVILEGIO

      Domenico Nicolini, Venezia 1586 - Edizione: Ristampa dopo quella del 1582 e l'originale del 1579. . Pagine: 452+26 . Formato: 24° . Rilegatura: Cartonato pergamena e scritta al dorso a mano . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: Dedicata al vescovo di Cividale di Belluno Gio.Battista Valerio, ricordandogli la figura del Vescovo di Torcello Giovanni Delfino, descrivendo la chiusura del Concilio di Trento, l'opera tenta di conciliare la ragion di stato con la vita morale, cercando la felicità nel governare.Moltissimi riferimenti alle persone illustri della Repubblica di Venezia. Piccoli fori non ledono il testo nell'indice e al frontespizio. Copertina originale con restauro ottocentesco alle cuffie .Nel retrocopertina sigla mandorlata A.L.S. Manca la prima carta bianca.Alcuni segni tenui a matita.Foto disponibili .

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        Russiae vulgo Moscovia dictae, Partes Sepentrionalis et Orientalis

       Auctora Isaaco Massa50x60 cmcol. Kupferstich, Ecken/Kanten bestossen, leicht randlädiert, etwas fleckig, vergilbt, Ränder stärker gebräunt, Eselsohr, in der Mitte gefalter, Rückseite beschriftet (dürfte aus einem Buch entnommen sein)Isaac Massa, (1586-1643), ein Holländischer Händler, der wiederholt nach Russland reiste. Seien gesammelten Daten wurden von vielen holländischen Kartographen dieser Zeit verwendet. Versand D: 9,90 EUR

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Warhafftige Abcontrafehtung der mechtigen und vesten Statt Alkair. - DR').

      - kolorierter Holzschnitt v. D.R. aus Sebastian Münsters Cosmographie, um 1586, 25 x 39 Nagler, Die Monogrammisten ., Bd.II, Nr. 1328; Fauser, Repertorium älterer Topographie. Druckgraphik von 1486 bis 1750, Bd. I, S. 349, Nr. 6299. - Sehr schönes und im Detail koloriertes Blatt! (hochauflösende Bilder auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - high resolution pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Les Antiquitez croniques et singularitez de Paris, Ville Capitalle du Royaume de France. Avec les fondations & bastiments des lieux ; les Sépulchres & Epitaphes des Princes, Princesses & autres personnes illustres. Par Gilles Corrozet, Parisien, & depuis augmentées, par N. B. Parisien. Les Antiquitez et Singularitez de Paris. Livre second. De la Sepulture des Roys, & des Roynes de France, Princes, Princesses & autres persònes illustres : Representez par figures ainsi qu'ils se voyent encores a presèt es Eglises où ils sòt inhumez. Recueillis par Jean Rabel, M. paintre.

      par Nicolas Bonfons 1586-1588, A Paris - 2 parties en 1 vol. in-8 de (16)-212 ff. et (4)-121 ff. (mal chiffrés 119), (3) ff., vélin doré, médaillon de feuillages et encadrement de deux filets dorés sur les plats, dos lisse orné de motifs dorés, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Edition collective réunissant pour la première fois les écrits de Corrozet et de Bonfons. Edition originale de la seconde partie. Premiere édition illustrée ; 56 gravures sur bois par le peintre Jean Rabel représentant l'Abbaye de Saint-Germain-des-Prés, des Tombes royales de Saint-Denis, et aussi les Tombeaux élevés dans l'église Saint-Paul par Henri III à ses favoris : Quilus, Saint-Mégrin et Maugiron qui furent détruites par les ligueurs en 1589. « Les tombeaux sont accompagnés d'épigraphes latines et françaises. treize de ces dernières (y compris celle de Maugeron) sont empruntées à Ronsard. Cinq autres sont signées, savoir : une de Jodelle (épitaphe latine de l'amital Chabot), une de Des Portes (sonnet français sur Belleau), une de Jean Dorat (distiques latins sur le même), une de Du Bartas (sonnet français sur Christophe de Thou), et une de Cl. Binet (sonnet français sur le même) » (Picot). Ex-libris manuscrit : « Jehan Louis Anspurger Bourgeois de la Ville et Canton de Berne Anno 1640 ». Bel exemplaire relié à l'époque en vélin doré. Quelques rousseurs. Catalogue Lacombe, 820 ; Mortimer (french), 156 ; Rothschild III, 2304. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Graunde Abridgement, Collecte & escrie, per le Iudge tresreuerend Sir Robert Brooke Chiualer, nadgairs chiefe Iustice del common Banke [bound with] La Secounde part du Graunde Abridgement [etc.]. S.T.C. 3829; Beale R475 and R476. Two Volumes in One

      Third edition of one of the two great early abridgments of English law, providing access to the centuries of Year Book cases and medieval legal sources otherwise virtually inaccessible; a massive work with over 20,000 entries arranged alphabetically. Early calf, rebacked, the elaborately gilt spine laid down, Robert Harley's copy with his ownership indicia, generally well preserved; the Taussig copy. In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, vicesimo nono die Septemb. [etc.], London, 1586.

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        Dell\'Historia della China, descritta nella lingua Spagnola ... et tradotta nell\'Italiana...

      Venedig, Muschio, 1586. Kl.-8°, Ledereinband 16 (le. w.) Bl., 454 (von 462) S., 19 (von 20) Bl. Flex. Prgt. d. Zt. (Etw. fleckig u. knittrig, fehlen die Schließbänder).Brunet II, 1662. Streit, Bibl. miss. IV, S. 533 ff. - Im Jahr nach der span. EA ersch. In dieser Schrift wird erstmals in Europa über den Charakter der chinesischen Sprache berichtet. - Die fehlenden Seiten 15-18 u. 391-394 in Kopie eingebunden. Ohne das le. Register-Bl. Leicht fleckig bzw. tls. schwach wasserrandig, 1 Register-Bl. mit Einriß, Besitzverm. a.T. Versand D: 5,00 EUR China, Geschichte

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        De la demonomanie des sorciers a Monseigneur M. Chrestofle de Thou. Chevalier, Seigneur de Coeli, prmier President en la Cour de Parlement, & Conseilleur du Roy, en son prive Coneil.

      Anvers: Arnould Coninx, 1586. Hardcover. 8vo. pp. [32], 439, [1]. LACKING title page and text leaves - I8 (pp. 143-144), L6 (pp. 170-171) and O6 (pp. 217-218) all of which are supplied in manuscript written on laid paper in an early hand (18th-19th century). Bound in full 19th century calf and carefully re-backed preserving the old spine. Binding shows rubbing, wear, and areas of darkening or staining. The bottom corner of the front cover is carefully restored. Interior pages show occasional spots of light spotting, soiling, staining and smudging. Jean Bodin (1530-1596) was a French jurist and political thinker. His influential witch hunting and demonology manual ?"La Demonomanie des sorciers?" (first published in 1580) was based in part on his own experience as a judge in several witchcraft trials. Numerous cases are analyzed. The author offers lurid details concerning witches?' Sabbaths, devil worship and supernatural murder. Cases of Lycanthropy and demonic possession are also discussed. The third section of Bodin?'s treatise is devoted to interrogation techniques and to court procedure in cases of witchcraft. The author recommends the use of torture, even when children and invalids are concerned. He also warns that people who deny the existence of witchcraft are often witches themselves.

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        Imprese illustri di diversi co i discorsi di Camillo Camilli et con le figure intagliate in rame di Girolamo Porro Padouano

      Appresso Francesco Ziletti, Venice 1586 - 108 FINE ENGRAVINGS FIRST EDITION. 4to. (in eights). 3 vols. in one. pp [viii], 182, [ii] (last blank) : 95 [i] : 56. Roman letter, verses in Italic. Floriated and historiated woodcut initials, grotesque tailpieces, headpiece containing a device of a plant being watered with motto "A poco a poco", all three titles with a different engraved architectural border, each containing Ziletti’s star device at head, 108 fine engravings of Imprese by Girolamo Porro. First title fractionally dusty, the odd thumb mark. A very good copy, clean and crisp, the engravings in excellent strong impression, in C17 Italian speckled calf, spine, with raised bands, gilt in compartments with gilt fleurons at centres, tan morocco title label gilt, covers a little worn, joints cracked at head. a.e.r. First edition of this fine book of imprese, richly illustrated with a long series of engravings of emblems or devices by Girolamo Porro, and Latin (or in a few cases Greek) mottos, all within different ornamental borders, each associated with a contemporary notable and accompanied by Camillo’s text of iconographic explanation, and verses. The work is dedicated to Ferdinando de Medici in which Camilli pays tribute to the engraver Porro "Nella qual opera, se io per insufficienza hauesi manca in qualche cosa, ho alemeno supplito nella nobilta, & bellezza delle Figure, lequali sono state per la maggior parte intagliate da M. Girolamo Porro". Many are the imprese of important Italian families such as the Gonazaga or Borghesi. Interestingly this work contains the imprese of Sir Henry Lee (part 2 pages 12-14), Master of the Ordnance under Queen Elizabeth I. Lee became Queen Elizabeth I’s champion in 1570 and was appointed Master of the Royal Armouries in 1580, an office which he held until his death. As Queen’s Champion, Lee devised the Accession Day tilts, held annually on 17 November, the most important Elizabethan court festival from the 1580s. He seems to have been well known to Camilli, and Camilli’s work was influential at the Elizabethan court, providing Elizabethans with devices for their pageants and tournaments. Books of imprese quickly became a favored genre of the Renaissance. They are, as here, crammed with news, from classical historiography to contemporary events, including animalistic, astrological and poetic curiosities, and the relation of customs. The imprese's proximity to emblems, with the love of encoded expression helped to explain their success. A typical example in this work is the impresa of Nicolaus Bernardinus Sanseverinus, Prince of Bisignano, whose device shows the optical illusion of a stick placed in water with the motto "Fallit imago". This device was taken up by the Elizabethan author Chapman and used on the title page of his work ‘Ovids Banquet of Sence’ published in 1595 with the motto changed to ‘Sibi conscia recti’. A very good copy of this fascinating, beautifully illustrated and influential work. BM STC C16 It. p. 140. Mortimer, It. C16, 99. Landwehr, J. French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese books of devices and emblems, 202. Brunet I, 1514. ‘Porro n’a peut-être rien fait de plus beau que les 108 figures de ce livre.’ Praz p. 296. Cicognara 1870. Italian [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Semideorum marinorum amnicorumque sigillariae imagines perelegantes in pict EDITION ORIGINALE

      Antverpiae (Anvers): Antverpiae Ambivaritor, 1586. Fine. Antverpiae Ambivaritor, Antverpiae (Anvers) 1586 -1587, in-4 (17x22cm), relié. - Very rare collection of engravings of first edition of two complete sets of gods and nymphs represented marine Length and edited by Philip Galle in Antwerp. The set consists of 34 plates, 167 mm by 217 mm, and numbered etched on copper and two headpieces title. The first set of male deities entitled Semideorum marinorum amnicorumque sigillariae imagine perelegantes in picturae statuariaeque artis tyronum usum, was conducted in 1586, while the second series, Nimpharum oceanitidum ephydridum potamidum naiadum lynadumque icons in gratiam picturae studiosae ivventutis deliniatae scalptae and editae has philip. Gallaeo, dedicated to female deities, published the following year, in 1587. Note that a collection entitled Nimpharum icons had previously appeared in 1583, but did not contain the 17 engravings. The last plank Nimpharum bear the signatures of Hiero Wierix and Ioann. Collaert. Binding contemporary in full vellum by little flaps, smooth spine tooled, head, title to the pen. Also handwritten annotations of the contemporary on the back of certain plates making explicit the identity of the figures. Some very tiny worm works at meals and contreplats without gravity. Born in 1537 in Haarlem, Philip Galle, from a dynasty of engravers, is one of the largest publishers of burinistes and Flemish and Dutch schools in the second half of the sixteenth century. Student from 1556 the humanist scholar Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert in Haarlem, he succeeded him as an engraver works by Maarten van Heemskerck (1498-1574). The following year, he joined Antwerp publishing house of the artist, merchant and printer prints Hieronymus Cock (1518-1570), he ends up, again, for to succeed in establishing itself as the one of the main writers of his contemporary Pieter Brueghel the Elder (1525-1569). In the center of the production of engravings Antwerp, Philip Galle counted among his students Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617) and Crispin Password the Elder (1564-1637). This valuable collection of allegories, presenting the main gods of the oceans, seas, rivers and streams, appears, from a stylistic point of view, as a remarkable syncretism Nordic naturalism and Italian Mannerism. The trip began between 1560 and 1561 across Germany, France and Italy, was probably one of the sources of these eclectic influences. The michelangelesques accents of female musculature, as well as lengthening silhouettes worthy of a Madonna Parmesan, reflect the contributions of the Italian High Renaissance and the beginnings of mannerism. In the legacy of a Schongauer or Dürer, expressive faces and skin tones, to verismo effects, attests for its more Germanic aesthetics. This acuity and concern for the realistic rendering of bodies and expressions to link the activity of portraitist Philippe Galle, who engraved from life many of his humanist contemporaries, including Vesalius, Erasmus, Thomas More and Guillaume Bude . He became famous as well as one of the first authors of books of learned men of the sixteenth century portraits. Through these two series of engravings, composed characters in turn inherited from ancient mythologies as well as stream personifications of different European geographical areas, Galle manages to make subtle play of physiognomy. Mediterranean shores of the Nile (Nilus) to those of the Thames (Tamesis) north, the artist makes significant diversity of the figures, which each seem to oscillate between classical idealization and realistic individualization. The iconography to topographic or mythological character, each character refers to its myth or its geographical area; Obelisk, pyramid and crocodile accompanying the Nile, Neptune (Neptunus) brandishing his trident, Charon's boat floating on the river Styx, Nereus (Nereus) surrounded by her daughters, the Nereids, Hydra and Hydra, Glaucus (Glaucus) contemplating Scylla or Acis still reaching the sea in front of Galatea ... This collection of Philip Galle has to be seen in the development of staged allegorical in the art of the sixteenth century, mainly due to the rise of emblem books, of Hieroglyphica of Horapollo published by Aldus in 1505, to 'Iconologia Cesare Ripa 1593. There is a copy of the two books that make up our work in the library of Cambridge, but descriptive details; Nimpharum the icons is also indexed in Netherlandish books published by Andrew Pettegree, Malcolm Walsby. We also expect a copy in the library of Passau, one at the National Library of France, one in the National Library of Spain and the University Library of Erfurt. The University of Liège has made this collection only state of 12 engravings. The other copies that we identified have only male series, they are kept at the Library of Dilbeek Cultura Fund, the British Library and the Bodleian Library at Oxford. The Metropolitan Museum of New York, the British Museum and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, including retain some planks extracted from two series. Rare copy containing two complete sets, large margins, with headpieces titles in the Flemish antique bookbinding. - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Très rare recueil de gravures en édition originale des deux séries complètes des dieux et nymphes marines représentées en pied et éditées à Anvers par Philippe Galle. L'ensemble est constitué de 34 planches, de 167 mm par 217 mm, gravées et numérotées sur cuivre, ainsi que deux titres frontispices. La première série des divinités masculines intitulée Semideorum marinorum amnicorumque sigillariae imagines perelegantes in picturae statuariaeque artis tyronum usum, fut réalisée en 1586, tandis que la seconde série, Nimpharum oceanitidum ephydridum potamidum naiadum lynadumque icones in gratiam picturae studiosae  ivventutis deliniatae scalptae et editae a philip. Gallaeo, consacrée aux divinités féminines, parue l'année suivante, en 1587. On notera qu'un recueil intitulé Nimpharum icones avait auparavant paru en 1583, mais qui ne contenait pas les 17 gravures. Les dernières planches de Nimpharum portent les signatures de Hiero Wierix et Ioann. Collaert. Reliure d'époque en plein vélin à petit rabats, dos lisse orné, en tête, d'un titre à la plume. Annotations manuscrites également de l'époque au dos de certaines planches rendant explicite l'identité des figures. Quelques très infimes travaux de ver au niveau des plats et des contreplats, sans gravité. Né en 1537 à Haarlem, Philippe Galle, issu d'une dynastie de graveurs, est l'un des plus importants burinistes et éditeurs des écoles flamande et hollandaise de la seconde moitié du XVIe siècle. Elève dès 1556 de l'érudit humaniste Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert à Haarlem, il lui succéda comme graveur des œuvres de Maarten van Heemskerck (1498-1574). L'année suivante, il rejoint à Anvers la maison d'édition de l'artiste, imprimeur et marchand d'estampes Jérôme Cock (1518-1570), dont il finit, là aussi, par prendre la succession en s'établissant comme l'un des principaux graveurs de son contemporain Pieter Brueghel l'Ancien (1525-1569). Au centre de la production de gravures anversoise, Philippe Galle compta parmi ses élèves Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617) ou Crispin de Passe l'Ancien (1564-1637). Ce précieux recueil d'allégories, présentant les principaux dieux des océans, des mers, des fleuves et des rivières, apparait, du point de vue stylistique, comme un remarquable syncrétisme du naturalisme nordique et du maniérisme italien. Le voyage entreprit entre 1560 et 1561 à travers l'Allemagne, la France et l'Italie, a sans doute été l'une des sources de ces influences éclectiques. Les accents michelangelesques de la musculature féminine, aussi bien que l'allongement des silhouettes digne d'une Madone de Parmesan, témoignent des apports de la Haute Renaissance italienne et des débuts du maniérisme. Dans l'héritage d'un Schongauer ou d'un Dürer, l'expressivité des visages et des carnations, aux effets véristes, atteste quant à elle davantage d'une esthétique germanique. Cette acuité et ce souci pour le rendu réaliste des corps et des expressions sont à rattacher à l'activité de portraitiste de Philippe Galle, qui grava d'après nature nombre de ses contemporains humanistes, parmi lesquels Vésale, Erasme, Guillaume Budé ou Thomas More. Il s'illustra ainsi comme l'un des premiers auteurs de recueils de portraits d'hommes savants du XVIe siècle.   A travers ces deux séries de gravures, composées tour à tour de personnages hérités des mythologies antiques aussi bien que de personnifications de cours d'eau des différentes aires géographiques européennes, Galle parvient à rendre subtil le jeu des physionomies. Des rives méditerranéennes du Nil (Nilus) à celles de la Tamise (Tamesis) septentrionale, l'artiste rend sensible la diversité des figures, où chacune sembler osciller entre idéalisation classique et individualisation réaliste. L'iconographie à caractère topographique ou mythologique, renvoie chacun des personnages à son mythe ou à son aire géographique ; Obélisque, pyramide et crocodile accompagnant le Nil, Neptune (Neptunus) brandissant son trident, la barque de Charon voguant sur le Styx, Nérée (Nereus) entouré de ses filles, les Néréides, Lerne et son Hydre, Glaucos (Glaucus) contemplant Scylla ou encore Acis rejoignant la mer sous les yeux de Galatée... Ce recueil de Philippe Galle est à replacer dans le développement des mises en scène allégoriques dans l'art du XVIe siècle, notamment dû à l'essor des livres d'emblèmes, des Hieroglyphica d'Horapollon, publié par Alde en 1505, à l'Iconologia de Cesare Ripa de 1593. On trouve un exemplaire des deux recueils qui composent notre ouvrage à la bibliothèque de Cambridge, mais sans détails descriptifs; le Nimpharum icones est également indexé dans Netherlandish books publié par Andrew Pettegree, Malcolm Walsby. Nous comptons également un exemplaire à la bibliothèque de Passau, un à la Bibliothèque Nationale de France, un à la Bibliothèque Nationale d'Espagne et un à la bibliothèque universitaire d'Erfurt. L'université de Liège qui possède ce recueil fait seulement état de 12 gravures. Les autres exemplaires que nous avons pu identifier comptent uniquement la série masculine, ils sont conservés à la Cultura Fonds Library de Dilbeek, à la British Library de Londres, ainsi que qu'à la Bodleian Library d'Oxford. Le Metropolitan museum de New York, le British Museum de Londres, et le Rijksmuseum d'Amsterdam, conservent notamment quelques planches extraites des deux séries. Rarissime exemplaire contenant les deux séries complètes, grand de marges, avec titres frontispices, en reliure flamande de l'époque.  

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