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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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        The First and Second Volumes of Chronicles [with the Third] Volume.

      John Harrison, George Bishop, Rafe Newberie, Henrie Denham and Thomas Woodcocke, London 1586 - THE MOST COMPLETE HISTORY OF THE BRITISH ISLES UP TO THE LATE 1500s Folio, 3 vols, [vol. 1] pp. (viii) 250, (viii) 9-61, (xi) 183 (iii) 3-464 (xxxviii). [vol. 2] (iv) 202 (xvi) : (vi) 798. [vol. 3] (ii) 799-1592 (lviii). - Vol.1: A5(lacking first blank), B-X6, Y4, A-E6, A-Q6, R2, A-V6, 2A-2N6, 2O4, 2P-2Q6, 2R5 (with original cancel), 2S-2T6. A6, *6, 7 (lacking blank). Vol 2: Y5+6, A-Q6, R5 (lacking blank), B8 (all assembled from vol I). A6, B-V6, 2A-2V6, 3A-3V6, 4A-4G6, 4H1. Vol 3: *1, (lacking third title, replaced here with part title) 4H2-6, 4I-4V6, 5A-5V6, 6A-6V6, 7A-7N6, 7O3 (lacking blank). C-F6, G5 (Lacking last blank). Cancel leaves replaced, from the 1723 edition, in vol. I on 2Q3-4 and 2S2-5 and in vol. 3 on 7A-7I6, 7l 2-5, G3-5. Mostly Black letter, double column. general title within vine and tendril architectural woodcut border inscribed N.H. (supposedly the miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard, McKerrow & Ferguson 148), part title (repeated) within architectural woodcut border comprising arch, termini, figures and fruit and satyrs at sides (copied from the frame of Holbein’s portrait of Erasmus) McKerrow & Ferguson 122, part-title (repeated) within elaborate woodcut cartouche with fruit and flowers (McKerrow & Ferguson 147), vol. 3 t-p, replaced with part title, some large ornate woodcut initials and ornaments, printer’s woodcut device on verso of last, pencil inscription on vol. I front free endpaper: "From Lord Londesbrough's Library", (Londesbrough was one of the richest peers in England) armorial bookplates of Theod. H. Broadhead on front pastedowns. Light age yellowing with occasional slight browning in places, some slight marginal staining, a few ink marks, first title lightly browned and laid down, four leaves expertly remargined in vol. I, a few scattered single wormholes in places in vol II, small tears in 3G4, 3M3 and 4C5 repaired, vol. III with small tears to edges and corners expertly repaired. Unusually good clean copies in superb late C18th straight grained dark blue morocco, covers bordered with a triple gilt rule and framed with alternating gilt leaf and floral tools, gilt flowers to corners, gilt ‘temple’, comprising columns surmounted with a crescent, at centre of each side, spine richly gilt in compartments with the same leaf and floral tools, oval laurel wreath gilt at centers surrounded by semé of pointilé tools, inner dentelles gilt with a ‘Greek key" border, a.e.g., extremities fractionally rubbed. The second and best edition of the single most comprehensive and valuable early history of the British Isles, which rapidly became the standard work of its kind. Shakespeare used this edition as the source for his historical plays, as well as Macbeth, King Lear and part of Cymbeline, adopting not only the facts but sometimes whole phrases from the text (see e.g. Richard III Act IV. Sc. II). The first edition was the work of Holinshed, William Hanson and others, but Holinshed died shortly after, and the publication of this second, very much enlarged edition was prepared under the supervision of John Hooker, assisted by Francis Thynne (especially on Scotland), John Stow and Abraham Fleming - who contributed the invaluable indexes not present in the first edition. The Chronicles were the first complete history of the British Isles (and even of England) to appear in print, of an authoritative character, composed in English and in a continuous narrative, in this edition covering the whole of British history from earliest times to 1586. Although the work borrows from earlier chroniclers, as well as more recent ones such as Hall and Stow himself, it did not do so uncritically, and the compilers themselves carried out research into original sources as well as using French and Italian materials more extensively than any previous English historians, especially for the later periods. For the history of the 15th and 16th centuries it is unequalled and irreplaceable. Unfortunately the accuracy with which the chronic [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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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        Le tredeci piacevoli notte [sic] del s. Giovan Francesco Straparola, da Caravaggio. Divise in due libri. Nuovamente ristampate, & con somma diligenza reviste, & corrette.

      - In Venetia, appresso Domenico Cavalcalupo, 1586, in-8 piccolo, leg. della seconda metà del Settecento in mezza pergamena, titolo in oro al dorso, piatti in carta "spruzzata", cc. 322, [6], l'ultima carta bianca. Con marca in xilografia sul front. Foro con perdita di qualche lettera su carta O8. Un piccolo restauro reintegrativo sul frontespizio, un timbretto di possesso privato: buon esemplare. Edizione rara: solo 7 esemplari censiti in Edit16 (di cui uno alla Vaticana); fra l'altro la scheda descrittiva di Edit16 riporta una impronta diversa: quella di questo esemplare è: laza lea- o.ta maas (3) 1586 (A). [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les genealogies de soixante et sept tres-nobles (with) Les droicts, autoritez et prerogatiues que pretendent au royaume de Hierusalem, les princes & seigneurs spirituels & temporels cy apres nommez

      chez Guillaume le Noir, ruë S. Iacques, à l'enseigne de la Rose blanche couronnee, Paris 1586 - FIRST EDITION of the second work. Two works in one. 4to. 1) ff. (iv), 128. 2) (viii), 40. Roman letter, some Italic. Woodcut printers device on both titles, full page woodcut of Melusine holding the arms of Luxembourg and Lusignan on â4 verso of first vol., floriated woodcut initials, grotesque headpieces, early inscription (illegible) on fly, autograph Pf Van Meldert de Deveal in C19th hand on verso, modern armorial bookplate on pastedown, C19th label above, 'Ad usum don[?]' in contemp. hand on fly. Light age yellowing, tiny worm trail at gutter well away from text. Very good copies, crisp and clean, in contemporary limp vellum, remains of ties. Second edition of this important and early genealogy, bound with the first edition of the second work "Les Droicts, Autoritez et perogatives que pretendent au Royaume de Hierusalem.". Estienne de Lusignan, was born at Nicosia, capital of Cyprus, and chose an ecclesiastical career under the guidance of the Armenian Bishop, Julian. After the fall of Cyprus he escaped to Italy and spent his fortune on buying his enslaved parents back from Turkey. He moved to Paris in 1577 and was nominated as Bishop of Limasso in Cyprus. "The work of Veccerius became an important source for the Généalogies of Estienne de Chypre de Lusignan (1537 - 1590). As his name suggests, Estienne was a descendant of the Lusignan kings of Cyprus and Bishop of Limassol. He wrote his Genealogies for Francois de Luxembourg-Piney, in which he presented the genealogies of sixty-seven noble dynasties that can all be traced back to the Merovingians. . In this book, Melusine and the search for her true historic identity are a recurrent theme. This may be unsurprising, since it is that very figure that enabled the author’s own glorious dynastic roots to be connected with those of his patron, or, as he wrote, ‘The house of Luxembourg, according to our opinion and that of many others, derived from the House of Lusignan’. He also sees Melusine on the crest worn by "all members" of the house of Luxembourg and Lusignan as clear proof of his hypothesis." Pit Péporté. ‘Constructing the Middle Ages:’ The second work is the first edition of Lusignans interesting treatise as to the various claims of the main European noble houses, including the Papacy and the Patriarchy, over the Kingdom of Jerusalem. The first chapter concerns the rights over the kingdom exercised by his own family. He then discusses the rights of each of the royal families of Europe and their connection to the Kingdom, including the English royal Family through the exploits of Richard the Lionheart. Very good crisp copies of these two works. French [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        The Copie of a Letter to the Right Honourable, the Earle of Leycester, Lieutenant General of all Her Majesties Forces in the United Provinces of the Low Countreys, Written before, But Delivered at His Returne from Thence: With a Report of Certeine Petitions and Declarations Made to the Queenes Maiestie at Two Seuerall Times, from All the Lordes and Commons Lately Assembled in Parliament ....

      London: by Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queene’s most excellent Maiestie, 1586. First edition. This copy bears the variant “Albeit the earnest ...”(no known priority). later (after 1880) three-quarter brown smooth morocco over brown cloth, lettered in gilt on morocco spine label, marbled new endpapers and flyleaves, all edges gilt. Bound by Riviere & Son. Edges of covers lightly rubbed, small piece of leather missing at lower spine; offset browning on verso of front free endpapers and recto of flyleaf; first three leaves with very expert repairs to right margins, top margins a little trimmed, small wormholes on some leaves at top right, else fine. 12mo. 32 pp With engraved Royal Coat of Arms as frontispiece and engraved decorated title page, some engraved head and tail pieces as well as a few initials, engraved colophon Contemporary inscription (indecipherable) in brown ink on colophon. Hand lettered booklabel “Alec B. Sanford” on front pastedown The text concerns the proposed execution of Mary, Queen of Scots. The authorship has often been wrongly attributed to Richard Crompton. Robert Cecil was the son of William Cecil, 1st Baron Burghley and Mildred Cooke. His half-brother was Thomas Cecil, 1st Earl of Exeter and philosopher Francis Bacon was his first cousin. After his education at St John's College, Cambridge, Salisbury was made Secretary of State following the death of Sir Francis Walsingham in 1590, and he became the leading minister after the death of his father in 1598, serving both Queen Elizabeth and King James as Secretary of State. He fell into dispute with Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, and only prevailed upon the latter's poor campaign against the Irish rebels during the Nine Years War in 1599. He was then in a position to orchestrate the smooth succession of King James, maintaining a 'secret correspondence. For most of his working life he served as spymaster for King James. King James raised him to the peerage on 20 August 1603 as Baron Cecil, of Essendon in the County of Rutland, before creating him Viscount Cranborne in 1604 and then Earl of Salisbury in 1605. Lord Salisbury was extensively involved in matters of state security. The son of Lord Burghley (Queen Elizabeth's principal minister) and a protégé of Sir Francis Walsingham (Elizabeth's principal spymaster), he was trained by them in matters of spycraft as a matter of course. In 1603 his brother-in-law Lord Cobham was implicated in both the Bye Plot and also the Main Plot, which were an attempt to remove James from the throne and replace him with Lady Arbella Stuart. Salisbury served as both the third chancellor of Trinity College, Dublin and chancellor of the University of Cambridge between 1601 and 1612. In addition, the Cecil family fostered arts: they supported musicians such as William Byrd, Orlando Gibbons and Thomas Robinson. In 1589 Cecil married Elizabeth Brooke, the daughter of William Brooke, 10th Baron Cobham, and his second wife, Frances Newton. Their son, William Cecil was born in Westminster on 28 March 1591 and baptized in St Clement Danes on 11 April. Elizabeth died when their son was six years old. He succeeded his father as Earl of Salisbury [STC 6052].

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        Caroli Tapiae iureconsulti origine hispani ortu neapolitani commentarius. In rubricam et legem finalem. ff. de constitutionibus principum in qua tota fere privilegiorum materia explicatur. Locupletissimo omnium notabiluim indice adhibito.

      Apud Horatium Salvianum 1586 In 4, pp. (16) + 284 + (40) con ritr. inc. all'antip. Molte annotazioni margg. mss. coeve e sottolineature. P. pg. coeva con manc. al p. ant. Doppia marca tip. al f. e all'ult. c. Edizione originale Giureconsulto, nato verso il 1565 a Lanciano e morto nel 1644 a Napoli, di origine spagnola, fu marchese di Belmonte. Uditore a Salerno, giudice della Vicaria criminale a Napoli, regio consigliere di S. Chiara, senatore d'Italia a Madrid, reggente della Cancelleria e consigliere del Collaterale. Noto per aver redatto il codice filippino raccolta di leggi in uso nel Regno di Napoli e un trattato di economia politica (Trattato dell'abbondanza). Bibl. Apulia, Meridionalistica... 5434 relativamente ad altra opera: ...le sue opere sono rarissime. ITA

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        De la Demonomanie des Sorciers

      Antwerp: Arnould Coninx, 1586. hardcover. Text in French. Printer's device on title and with some other decorative pieces and initials. 8vo, [xxxii], 439 pages. Contemporary vellum with envelope edges; faded manuscript title on spine. Anvers: Chez Arnould Coninx, 1586. A near fine copy. Several contemporary ink signatures on endpaper and head of title, otherwise a very clean solid copy of this scarce book -- OCLC lists only 3 copies of this edition. Originally printed in 1580; a Refutation of Jean Wier's opinions in his book "De lamiis".

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        VITA DI COSIMO DE? MEDICI, PRIMO GRAN DUCA DI TOSCANA.

      s.n.s. (ma di Aldo il Giovane) 1586 In - 4 p. (mm. 287x202), p. pergam. antica (con macchia), 3 cc.nn. (frontesp. e dedica), 1 c.b., 188 pp.num., 1 c.b., 1 c. di Errata. Magnifico frontespizio inc. in rame ?dont le dessin est attribué à Aug. Carrache? (come precisa Renouard, p. 238); dedica dell?A. a Filippo II, datata Bologna, 25 marzo 1586; ornato da testate, 4 bellissime grandi capilett. inc. in rame (una rappresenta un?aquila e una il ritratto di Cosimo de Medici), oltre a una carta geografica della Toscana (grande vignetta a p. 6). "Edizione originale". Cfr. Moreni,II, p. 33: ?Rara. Questa vita è una delle migliori e può servire di esemplare a chi vorrà adoprarsi in simili argomenti? - Gamba,1503: ?Riputatissima vita? - Brunet,III,1386. Con aloni più o meno lievi e per lo più margin., ma complessivam. buon esemplare su carta distinta.

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        Epistolarum familiarium M.T. Ciceronis Libri XVI. Ex Christophori Longolij eloquentis. oratoris castigationibus recogniti: quam antehac multo etiam a mendis curiosus adserti. (.) Philippi Melanchthonis cum argumentis et scholia in epistolis Ciceronis (.) [Text Lateinisch].

      in officina Frosch. [Froschoviana = Froschauer], Zürich 1586 - 16 Blatt, 611 Seiten, 62 Blatt. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln und drei Bünden. (etwas berieben und bestoßen, kleine Lederverluste an den Kanten des hinteren Deckels, Schließen entfernt, Wurmlöcher auf vorderem Deckel, Vorsätze auf Spiegeln erneuert, im Ganzen ordentlich erhalten, detaillierte Beschreibung weiter unten). Das Papier ist etwas gebräunt, der Druck ist stellenweise etwas flau. 16 Seiten sind falsch paginiert, das Buch ist aber vollständig. Auf der Titelei sind zwei Besitzvermerke von alter Hand, die untere Ecke des Buchblocks ist leicht beschnitten, zahlreiche entfernte Eselsohren, an vielen Stellen dezente Feuchtigkeitsränder, auf den Seiten 193 bis 216 stärker, vereinzelt finden sich Radierspuren, Blatt 7/8 ist gelockert, 227/28 mit Fleck und Loch im weißen Rand, 461 stärker fleckig, die letzten Blätter mit Wurmspur im weißen Rand, nur das letzte Blatt mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust, das letzte Blatt mit hinterlegtem Loch von 1,5 cm Durchmesser und kleinem Textverlust. - Cicero (107 - 44 v. Chr.) war in politischer und philosophischer Hinsicht eine der bemerkenswertesten Persönlichkeiten der römischen Antike. Seine Prosa in Reden und Briefen war meisterhaft und galt den Humanisten nach der Wiederentdeckung der Schriftrollen durch Petrarca und Salutati im 14. Jahrhundert als absolutes Vorbild für den lateinischen Stil (vgl. Greenblatt: Die Wende. Wie die Renaissance entstand.). Neben den Briefen an seinen Bruder Quintus, den Briefen an Brutus und an Atticus bilden die Briefe an Familienmitglieder und an Freunde (epistulae ad familiares) eine eigene Kategorie. Nach der Erfindung des Buchdrucks wurden die Schriften Ciceros häufig verlegt, die Ausgabe mit den Anmerkungen des Reformators Melanchthon ist allerdings recht selten in den Bibliotheken des deutschen Sprachraums zu finden, auch in der Staatsbibliothek Berlin findet sich kein Exemplar. Eine erste Ausgabe dieses Werks erschien bei Froschauer schon 1575. Das Titelblatt mit der humorvollen Druckermarke Froschauers: Frösche, die einen Baum (der Weisheit?) erklettern. Auf die Briefe folgen 102 nicht paginierte Seiten mit den Anmerkungen Melanchthons, darauf 5 Seiten die lateinische Erklärung griechischer Wörter, darauf 11 Seiten "Nomenclatura" - ein Register der Adressaten Ciceros - und darauf noch auf 6 Seiten der Brief "Ciceronis ad Octavium". Octavian war einer der Triumvirn, die Cicero ermorden ließen. Christoph Hegendorph (Schriftsteller, Evangelischer Theologe und Jurist, 1500 - 1540) und Gisbert (Gybertus) Longolius (ein niederrheinischer Humanist 1507 - 1543) haben zur Gestalt des Textes und den Anhängen beigetragen. - VD 16: C 3057. Weitere Bilder auf Anfrage oder auf unserer Homepage. 555 Gramm. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        General historien/+zwei Beibände 1577, A.Henricpetri

      Henricpetri Adam, 1543-1586 - General historien/zwei Beibände 1577 A. HENRICPETRI SELTENE CHRONIK MIT 2 WEITEREN ANGEBUNDENEN WERKEN GENERAL HISTORIEN DER ALLER NAMHAFFTIGSTEN UND FÜRNEMBSTEN GESCHICHTEN SO SICH BEY ENDE KAYSER CARLOS V. UND ANGEFANGE FERDINANDEN SEINES BRUDERS REGIERUNG VOM JAR MDLV. ZUGETRAGEN Sie kaufen eine äußerst seltene Chronik in 1. Ausgabe aus dem Verlag von Henricpetri (Basel) aus dem Jahre 1577. Folio mit Holzschnitt- Druckermarkre, 3 doppelblattgroßen Holzschnitten und 45 Textholzschnitten. Kollation: 12 Blatt, 611 Seiten (statt 615, ohne 451-52 & 457-58). GEBUNDEN IN EINEN BLINDGEPRÄGTEN SCHWEINSLEDEREINBAND DER ZEIT ÜBER HOLZDECKEL GEZOGEN MIT 4 BÜNDEN FORMAT: 32cm mal 24cm ANGEBUNDEN: Reissner "Historia Herrn Georgen und Herrn Casparn von Fundsberhg, Vatters und Sons,beyder Herrn zu Myndelheim etc. Keyserlicher Obster Feldherrn,Ritterlicher und Löblicher Kriegstaten, 2 Teile in einem Band,gedruckt bei Feyerabend und Hans Erben (Frankfurt/Main) im Jahre 1568. Kollation: Titelholzschnitt, Doppelportrait von J. Amman,1 Textholzschnitt und 2 Druckermarken. 4 n.numerierte Blätter, 175 (statt 180 Seiten, ohne 43-48)24 n. numerierte Blätter Erste Ausgabe, matrialreiche Chronik für die Jahre 1555 bis 1561, als Fortsetzung zu Sleidan konzipiert. Behandelt nicht nur das Reich, sondern auch europäische Staaten und ferne Länder.Die großen Holzschnitte mit Ansicht von St. Quentin,Darstellung des Prunkschiffes Karls V. und spanische Inquisition. Beigebundenes Werk, erste Ausgabe zur Geschichte des Kaiser Maximillian I. und Karl V. und des Landsknechtwesens im 16. Jhr. Reissner machte als Landsknechtschreiber den italienischen Feldzug von 1526- 1528 mit und erlebte den Sacco di Roma als Augenzeuge. Der Anhang (24 Blatt) enthält eine kurze Familiengeschichte der Fundsbergs in lateinischer Sprache. ZUSTAND: Für das hohe Alter in einem sehr schönen und guten Zustand, Einband an den Kanten und Ecken etwas bestossen, kleinere Fehlstellen, Bindung fest und stabil.Schließen fehlen.Orginal-Einband der Zeit. Innen stellenweise gebräunt, obere Rand bei wenigen Seiten stark fleckig, wenige Seiten mit leichten Randläsuren,es fehlt die Faltkarte Ungarn,doppelblattgroßer Holzschnitt kl. Eckabriss. Schönes und sammelwürdiges Exemplar. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Trattato brieve dello schierare in ordinanza gli eserciti et dell'apparecchiamento della guerra, di Leone, per la gratia di Dio imperatore. Nuovamente dalla greca nella nostra lingua ridotto da M. Filippo Pigafetta. Con le annotationi del medesmo ne'luoghi, che n'hanno mestieri.

      appresso Francesco de' Franceschi Senese 1586 - In-4 (195x140 mm.), pp. (40), 344 [recte 346], (2 bb.). Ripetute nella numerazione le p. 319-320. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Dedica del traduttore ai fratelli Giacomo Luigi e Marco Antonio Corner.Tarletto sul margine bianco dei primi fogli, in corrispondenza della cucitura, lontano dal testo. Una macchia debole di trascorsa umidità al frontesizio e ai 3 fogli che seguono, a degradare. Ex libris manoscritto "Le chevalier d'Andon", altri a stampa, il primo nobiliare e il secondo di libreria antiquaria. Legatura in piena pelle del secolo XVIII, dorso a nervi con fregi in oro al dorso (qualche antico restauro al dorso). Tagli decorati a spruzzo. Prima edizione italiana di questo testo ((la prima in latino, per opera di John Cheke, era apparsa a Basilea nel 1554) di Leone VI, il "saggio", con le importanti annotazioni di Filippo Pigafetta, fratello di quell'Antonio che fu compagno di viaggio di Magellano e celebre narratore dei suoi viaggi. Bibliografia: Olschki, Choix, VII, 10282. Graesse IV, 163. Sticca, p.125 : "La prima opera e la prima edizione della traduzione di Pigafetta il quale erasi volto ed alla milizia ed alle cognizioni marittime". D'Alaya, p.36. Cockle 537. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De Pace Publica, Et Eius Violatoribus, Atque Proscriptis Sive

      1586. Executions, Pledges and Epigrams Gail, Andreas von [1526-1587]. De Pace Publica, Et Eius Violatoribus, Atque Proscriptis Sive Bannitis Imperio, Libri Duo. De Pignorationibus Liber Unus. De Manuum Iniectionibus, Impedimentis, Sive Arrestis Imperii, Tractatus Singularis. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, Sub Monocerote, 1586. 468, [60], 123, [1], [52] pp. Three parts, each with title page, third part has divisional title page. Octavo (7" x 4-1/2"). Contemporary vellum, endpapers renewed, early calligraphic title to foot of text. Light rubbing to extremities, small stain to front board, a few cracks to text block. Moderate toning, occasional dampstaining and spotting, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Second edition. Gail was a German judge and legal scholar. First published in 1578, this book deals with executions and pledges under the laws of the Holy Roman Empire. The final section is a collection of legal epigrams. Its final edition, a German translation, was published in 1601. The contents of this book were incorporated into Gail's Practicarum Observationum beginning with the 1589 edition. As an independent work De Pace Publica is a rare title. Concerning both editions, OCLC locates 1 copy in North America (at Yale Law School). Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts G52.

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        IDEA DEL GIARDINO DEL MONDO. Di M. Thomaso Thomai da Rauenna fisico. Ove, oltre molti secreti maravigliosi di natura, sono posti varij, & soavissimi frutti curiosissimi, secondo la diversità del gusto de gli huomini. Aggiontovi di nuovo in questa seconda impressione XIX Capitoli dell'Autore curiosissimi, che cominciano dal capitolo XXV & durano per tutto il Capitolo XLIII .

      Per Gio. Rossi 1586 Opera dedicata a Innocentio Malvasia. Cm.21x14,5. Pg.(16), 154, (12). Legatura in piena pergamena molle, restaurata. Frontespizio in riproduzione fotostatica. Il testo è preceduto da tre Sonetti di Agamennone Cavallo, Antonio Beffa Negrini e Luigi Grotto Cieco. Testo in doppia bordura. Capilettera ornati. Minimi aloni. Assai scarse le notizie biografiche sul Tomai. Nativo di Ravenna, insieme ai fratelli Lorenzo e Gioacchino, sulle orme del padre Camillo, medico, studiò filosofia e medicina, distinguendosi nel 1555 in occasione della epidemia di peste a Venezia. Ascritto alla Accademia degli Innominati di Parma, scrisse una stimata storia della sua città natale (pubblicata nel 1574 a Pesaro per i tipi del Giglio), fu magistrato, ma si dedicò soprattutto alla medicina, alla meteorologia e all'alchimia. Passò a miglior vita nel 1593. La presente Opera ebbe larghissima diffusione fino al XVIII secolo, e costituisce una "summa" di nozioni di alchimia, medicina, scienze naturali, meteorologia, astrologia, esoterismo, fisiognomica, demonologia, qualità di pietre preziose e metalli, stregoneria, uso delle erbe, terremoti, facendo ampio uso di citazioni di moltissimi autori, quali Alberto Magno, Apollonio di Tiana, Appiano, Ariosto, Aristotele, Asclepio, Averroe, Avicenna, Cecco d'Ascoli, Democrito, Dioscoride, Empedocle, Galeno, Girolamo Cardano, Fracastoro, Ippocrate, Mosé, Omero, Ovidio, Paolo Diacono, Platone, Pontano, Raimondo Lullo, Salomone, Seneca, Strabone, Teofrasto, Tolomeo, Virgilio, Vitruvio, Senofonte, etc. Svariati capitoli sono dedicati a temi medici. La presente costituisce la seconda edizione dell'opera, la prima è del 1582, sempre per i tipi del Rossi a Bologna. > Ginanni, "Memorie storico - critiche degli scrittori ravennati", 441, "Di questo aggradimento ne assicura Muzio Manfredi con lettera al Tomai, nella quale dice: "Il Libro di V.S. intitolato "Idea del Giardino del Mondo", se da pochi anni in qua, ch'Egli è fatto, è stato più volte stampato, non me ne meraviglio essendo Egli tanto dilettevole, poiché in breve volume contiene molte, e belle, e gran cose. In questi paesi egli è letto da Donne, e da Uomini ingordamente. Il medesimo mi dicono, che si fa in Fiandra, et un Cavaliere Genovese, che di qua non ha guari passò, tornando d'Inghilterra, mi disse ch'Egli era favorito di quella Regina, e da altri mi è stato detto, che se a quest'ora non è tradotto in Franzese, non istarà molto che tradotto, e stampato sarà in Parigi". Graesse, VI / ", 169, segnala l'edizione veneziana del 1599, "Ouvrage curieux: on y trouve un immense nombre de secrets...". Non presente in Adams.

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        VITA DI COSIMO DE’ MEDICI, PRIMO GRAN DUCA DI TOSCANA

      Bologna, s.n.s. (ma di Aldo il Giovane) 1586. In-4 p. (mm. 287x202), p. pergam. antica (con macchia), 3 cc.nn. (frontesp. e dedica), 1 c.b., 188 pp.num., 1 c.b., 1 c. di Errata. Magnifico frontespizio inc. in rame ?"dont le dessin est attribué à Aug. Carrache?" (come precisa Renouard, p. 238); dedica dell?'A. a Filippo II, datata Bologna, 25 marzo 1586; ornato da testate, 4 bellissime grandi capilett. inc. in rame (una rappresenta un?'aquila e una il ritratto di Cosimo de Medici), oltre a una carta geografica della Toscana (grande vignetta a p. 6). "Edizione originale". Cfr. Moreni,II, p. 33: ?"Rara. Questa vita è una delle migliori e può servire di esemplare a chi vorrà adoprarsi in simili argomenti?" - Gamba,1503: ?"Riputatissima vita?" - Brunet,III,1386. Con aloni più o meno lievi e per lo più margin., ma complessivam. buon esemplare su carta distinta.

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        Orationes. Eiusdem interpretatio quinti Libri Ethicorum Aristotelis ad Nicomachum. (XXV livres). Item Caroli Sigonii Orationes.

      - Lugduni, Q. Philippi Thingii et Stephanum Michaelem, 1586. in-16, (8) ff., 223 ff., (33) ff., 60 ff., vélin souple à rabats, manques au dos. Une des diverses éditions des Orationes publiées en XXIII livres à Venise en 1575 et en XXV livres à Paris en 1577. Manuel scolaire souvent réédité de cet humaniste né à Muret (Limousin) en 1526, mort à Rome en 1585. Il enseigna avec succès à Paris, et d’abord à Bordeaux où il eut Montaigne comme élève. Exemplaire dans son vélin d’époque. Baudrier V, 75. Pas dans Adams et STC (French).

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        La bucolica et la Georgica di Virgilio tradotte in versi sciolti l'una da M. Andrea Lori l'altra da M. Bernardino Danielli con gli argomenti di nuovo ricorrette & ristampate

      Osanna, Mantova 1586 - In 24, pp. (4) + 163 + (1) + (3b) + (2b). L'ultima carta bianca (G12) e' incollata al contropiatto posteriore. Ritratto xilogr. di Virgilio al front. Legatura moderna in mz. pg. Rara edizioneÂcontenente la traduzione delle Bucoliche e delle Georgiche, la prima curata da Andrea Lori, la seconda da Bernardino Danielli.ÂSi tratta della seconda edizione delle rispettive opere qui unite che erano state dapprima stampate separatamente: le Bucoliche, a Venezia, presso Giolito, nel 1554 e le Gerorgiche, sempre a Venezia, presso Giovanni de' Farri, nel 1545. Magnaguti, p. 20. Molini, 2358. Hayn: 'buona e rara edizione'. ITA

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        Reverendi Patris Fratis ., ordinis minorum, regularis obseruantiae, provinciae sancti Iacobi,. Quadruplicium concionum quae quotidie a dominica in septuagesima., Tomi primi tertia et quarta pars. Quarta editio.

      1586. . 1586 - Ioannes Ferdinandus. Salamanca. . 1 Vol. . Tom.I(Port. + 1H + 576 pgs.) Tom.II(829(298) pgs.) + index (60 H). Cuarto. Pergamino de época. Idiomas (Latín), Religión / Teología / Ética / Monasterios /Ordenes Religiosas (General), Siglo XVI . Quarta edición. Marca tipográfica en portada y colofón. Error tipográfico en la última página: 829 por 298. Encuadernado en pergamino de época con lomera caligrafiada con restos de antiguos cierres de lacería. Falta en la parte superior derecha de tapa y 6 páginas siguientes, que no afecta al texto. Algunas manchas de óxido en páginas que noaafectan al texto. .

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        Il Petrarca con nuove spositioni, et insieme alcune molto utili, et 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 - Cm. 11,7, pp. (124) 588 (46). Con ritratto di Petrarca e Laura, vignette xilografiche e capolettera figurati. Unito a: Tavola di tutte le rime de' Sonetti e Canzoni del Petrarca. Venetia, Angelieri 1586. Pp. 232. Legatura coeva in piena pelle. Vecchie integrazioni e segni di restauro alla legatura, qualche piccolo alone chiaro, peraltro esemplare genuino ed in buono stato di conservazione. Si segnala che, in quest'edizione, non furono pubblicati, lasciando spazi bianchi, i sonetti 106, 107 e 108 nei quali il Petrarca criticava i costumi della Chiesa del tempo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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

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        Commentaria in Pentateuchum Mosi

      Lugduni [Lyon]: Petrum Landry [Pierre Landry], 1586. Fine. Petrum Landry [Pierre Landry], Lugduni [Lyon] 1586, in-folio (21x35cm), (20) 650pp., relié. - New edition, the first edition having been published in Lisbon in 1556 and reprinted many times. Date colophon. 1585 Title page in red and black. Brand of printer in the title page. Printing on both columns. Many inscriptions written in pen in the margins and on the back of the title page. Edition adorned headbands, initials and tail-lamp. Full contemporary parchment. Smooth back with title pen and remains a small pen drawing on the back. Traces of laces. Good copy. Cient Pagnino was certainly one of the greatest biblical scholars and philologists of his time; Florentine, he followed the teachings of Savonarola and received the protection of the Medici for his erudition and his oratorical talents. His biblical commentaries even earned him the admiration of the rabbis, for his commitment to the letter of the Hebrew. Jeronimo da Azambuja is responsible for this edition, he glazed her notes and comments. He was himself, although not belonging to the same generation as Pagnino (died in 1541) as a famous commentator of the Bible, including its interest in Hebrew. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, la première édition ayant été éditée à Lisbonne en 1556 et de nombreuses fois rééditée. Date au colophon : 1585. Page de titre en rouge et noir. Marque de l'imprimeur en page de titre. Impression sur deux colonnes. Nombreuses inscriptions manuscrites à la plume dans les marges et au dos de la page de titre. Edition ornée de bandeaux, lettrines et culs-de-lampe. Reliure en plein parchemin d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume et reste d'un petit dessin à la plume sur le dos. Traces de lacets. Bon exemplaire. Santes Pagnino fut très certainement l'un des plus grands biblistes et philologues de son temps ; florentin, il suivit l'enseignement de Savonarole et reçut la protection des Medicis pour son érudition et ses talents d'orateur. Ses commentaires bibliques lui valurent même l'admiration des rabbins, pour son attachement à la lettre de l'hébreu. Jeronimo da Azambuja est responsable de cette édition, qu'il a émaillé de ses notes et commentaires. Il était lui-même, bien que n'appartenant pas à la même génération que Pagnino (mort en 1541) célèbre comme exégète de la bible, notamment pour son intérêt pour l'hébreu.

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        Odysseia (graece). Odyssea, id est, de rebus ab Ulysse gestis. Eiusdem Batrachomyomachia, & Hymni. Tertia editio... Heraclidis Pontici de fabulis Homericis perelegans libellus, cum C. Gesneri versione & annotationibus.

      (Genf), Vignon, 1586.. circa 12 x 7,5 cm. 8 Bll., 974 SS., mit Titelbordüre Pergament d. Zt.. " Hoffmann II; 473; nicht bei Adams. Zweisprachige, griechisch-lateinische Ausgabe der Odyssee, der pseudo-homerischen Batrachomyomachia und Hymnen. Im Anhang sind hier erst griechisch und dann mit Gesners lateinischer Übersetzung die "Allegoriae Homeri" des Herakleides von Pontos abgedruckt. "

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        SILVA LOCORUM

      Bernardum Iuntam, Venetiis 1586 - "SILVA LOCORUM, QUI FREQUENTER in concionibus occurrere solent, OMNIBUS DIVINI VERBI CONCIONATORIBUS: cum primis utilis & necessaria, ingeniosissime." Autore et collectore R.P.F. Ludovico Granatense. Venetiis, 1586. Apud Bernardum Iuntam 13 h + 576 p [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Lois des Cortes de Pamplona, ensemble de 7 ouvrages]

      Pamplona-1601 1586 - In-folio. Collation : Vélin. (Reliure de l'époque.). _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ - El iuramento, que el serenissimo don Phelippe, quinto deste nombre, Principe natural heredero deste reyno de Navarra. y . Francisco Hurtado de Mendoça, Marques de Almaçan. su Visorey. hizo en su nombre al dicho Reyno. y el que los. tres estados prestaron a su Alteza y. al dicho señor Visorey en las Cortes. de Pamplona, este presente año de mil y quinientos y ochenta y seys. Pamplona, Thomas Porralis, 1586. (8) ff. Première édition du "Juramento" pour la Navarre. - Quaderno de las leyes, ordenanças, provisiones, y agravios reparados, hechos a suplicacion de los tres estados deste reyno de Navarra. .en las cortes generales que en el dicho reyno se han celebrado en la ciudad de Pamplona. Pampelune, Thomas Porralis, 1586. (4), 42 ff. - Quaderno de la Leyes, Ordenanças, Provisiones. Pampelune, Thomas Porralis, 1590. (22) ff. - [Iuramento que . don Phelippe V Principe natural heredero deste reyno de Navarra . hizo. Pampelune, Pedro Porralis, 1593]. (3) ff. (sur 4, le titre manque). - Quaderno de las Leyes, Ordenanças, Provisiones. Pampelune, Pedro Porralis, 1593. (18) ff. - Quaderno de las Leyes Ordenancas, Provisiones. Pampelune, Mathias Mares, 1596. (38) ff. - Quaderno de las Leyes, Ordenanzas, Provisiones. Pampelune, Mathias Mares, 1601. (20) ff., (précédés d'un feuillet de table manuscrit de l'époque). - Quaderno de las Leyes, Ordenanzas, Provisiones. Pampelune, Mathias Mares, 1604. (38) ff. Juramento : Palau 12437 et 12438. Quaderno : Palau 242608 et suivants. Très nombreuses annotations manuscrites de l'époque. Ex-libris manuscrit sur un feuillet de garde : "le baron D'Harambure". (Famille originaire du Béarn, un d'Harambure, au XVIe siècle, avait été un proche d'Henri IV). Reliure manipulée, avec un manque au dos.

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        CHRONOGRAFIA O REPERTORIO DE LOS TIEMPOS

      1586 Sevilla. S. I. 1586. 21X16. Pergamino. 271h. Falto de portada+Hojas107-108-109-110-111-112-113-114 y 121, pagina 57 error de paginación, polilla leve y levemente fatigado. Profusamente ilustrada. Gran obra de Jerónimo Chaves de la habitual y muy difundida, Chronographía; ó, Repertorio de los tiempos, manual astrólogico y pronóstico de divulgación y de gran popularidad y famosa obra del siglo XVI. Muy apreciada. Ref 4.2 Biblioteca D.. Encuadernación de tapa blanda. Aceptable.

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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.

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau mit der Vertreibung Schenks am 17.3.1586 ('Werle').

      - Kupferstich aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblätter, dat. 1586, 21 x 27 Hellwig, Franz Hogenberg - Abraham Hogenberg. Geschichtsblätter, Nr. 287. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Recueil des antiquiez et singularitez de la ville de Rouen. Avec un progres des choses memorables y advenues depuissa fondation iusques à  present

      - In 8vo; legatura di inizio Ottocento in pelle verde con dorso ornato in oro e tagli rossi (lievi spellature); pp. (16), 265, (6, di cui le ultime 2 bianche). Armi della città  di Rouen sul titolo, armi di Carlo di Borbone al verso del frontespizio. Minime fioriture, ma ottima copia.PRIMA EDIZIONE della prima opera sulla storia, le antichità  e i monumenti della città  normanna di Rouen, che ai quei tempi era la seconda città  della Francia dopo Parigi e la più grande diocesi del regno con 1338 parrocchiani. Nella dedica al cardinale Charles de Bourbon, allora vescovo di Rouen, l'autore avverte di aver organizzato l'opera sul modello di quella di Gilles Corrozet sulle antichità  di Parigi. Dopo alcuni componimenti preliminari in lode dell'autore e della città , il volume si apre con la narrazione della fondazione della città  (avvenuta nell'anno 80 dell'era cristiana) e dei suoi primi anni di storia. Quindi continua con capitoli dedicati alle piazze, alle fontane, ai ponti, alle porte, alle macellerie e pescherie, alle chiese (con i loro arredi, organi e reliquie), ai monasteri, alle cappelle e alle confraternite della città . Elenca persino le strade dei vari quartieri, specificando per ciascuna le case e i palazzi principali. Fornisce quindi brevi notizie biografiche sui vescovi e sui duchi di Normandia e descrive le cerimonie compiute durante la tradizionale festa della Concezione della Vergine (sono riportate anche alcune poesie recitate nella circostanza, ossia un chant royal, una ballade e un rondeau, di H. James e Le Vasseur di Dieppe). L'opera si chiude con i fatti della città  fino al 1586, anno in cui era vescovo di Rouen Charles de Bourbon (1523-1590), il quale, essendo allora il più vecchio membro della casa di Bourbon ed essendo cattolico, poteva reclamare la corona di Francia. Nonostante l'appoggio del duca di Guisa e del re di Spagna, il cardinale Bourbon fu tuttavia imprigionato e prima di morire fu costretto a riconoscere la legittimità  dell'elezione al trono del nipote Enrico di Navarra. Alle pagine 212-213 vi è un interessante passaggio riguardante l'introduzione della stampa in Francia, che così recita: «Du temps de ce mesme Archevesque fut inventé par un Allemand l'art d'Imprimer en la cite de Majence, et apporté en France par un ieune homme de Rouën surnommé Morin, lequel fit les premiers caracteres pour Imprimer, et de fait imprima plusieurs livres en ceste ville de Rouen: où depuis ce temps l'Imprimerie a tellement fleuri iusques à  ce iour par la bonne diligence des Libraires et Imprimeurs qui y sont en bon nombre, que nulle autre Imprimerie ne surpasse auiourd'huy celle de Rouen en beauté de caracteres: de sorte que mesme ceux de Paris y envoyent le plus souvent leurs livres pour les faire Imprimer, comme lon fait de present». Noël Taillepied entrò nell'ordine francescano in giovane età , per poi passare successivamente in quello dei Capuccini. Originario di Pontoise, studiò dapprima nel convento dei Cordelieri della sua città , quindi teologia a Parigi. Insegnò per diversi anni a Pontoise e ad Angers, dove morì nel 1589. Tra i suoi scritti ricordiamo un'opera polemica contenente le vite di Martin Luther, Andreas Bodenstein e Pietro Martire, una storia dei Druidi, un compendio in francese della filosofia aristotelica, un trattato sugli spiriti e le apparizioni, un'opera sulle antichità  di Pontoise e numerosi dissertazioni teologiche. Quest'opera fu stampata nello stesso anno da diversi tipografi di Rouen, tra cui Richard Petit. Difficile stabilire una priorità  fra le edizioni, le quali differiscono solamente per alcune iniziali e fregi tipografici. P. Aquilon - A.R. Girard, Bibliographie Normande, Baden-Baden, 1985, p. 402, nr. 2. Brunet, V, 646. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        VITA DEL GLORIOSISSIMO PAPA PIO QUINTO SCRITTA DA GIROLAMO CATENA DEDICATA AL SANTISSIMO SIGNOR NOSTRO SISTO QUINTO. CON UNA RACCOLTA DI LETTERE DI PIO V. A DIVERSI PRINCIPI, & LE RISPOSTE, CON ALTRI PARTICOLARI. E I NOMI DELLE GALEE, & DI CAPITANI, COSI' CHRISTIANI, COME TURCHI, CHE SI TROVARONO ALLA BATTAGLIA NAVALE. DALL'ISTESSO AUTORE RIVEDUTA & AMPLIATA.

      Edizione: Seconda edizione ampliata ( la prima fu nel 1586) . Pagine: 48 + 367 . Illustrazioni: Al frontespizio stemma di Pio V. Bellissima tavola ripiegata ai margini ritraente al centro Pio V e intorno varie scene comele tre sulla battaglia navale di Lepanto. . Formato: Fino a cm 20: 16° . Rilegatura: Cartonato in pergamena coeva con al dorso scritta antica con indicato autore, titolo, data . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: In questa interessantissima biografia si ripercorrono le gesta politiche e di fede di Papa Pio Quinto ( Michele Ghislieri 1503 - 1572). La biografia ripercorre tutte le vicende politiche e religiose fra le quali la sua attività di Inquisitore, la partecipazione al Concilio di Trento e soprattutto si sofferma sulla Battaglia di Lepanto ( 1571 ), delineando le strategie militari, la preparazione politica e addirittura menzionando tutte le navi partecipanti ( sia Cristiane, sia Ottomane) e i loro condottieri. . Note epoca: MDLXXXVIII

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        Descrittione del Regno di Napoli...

      (Napoli - Storia - Araldica). MAZZELLA, Scipione. In Napoli ad istanza di Gio. Battista Cappelli, 1586. Prima edizione. Descrittione del Regno di Napoli... Nella quale s' ha la piena contezza così del sito d' esso, de' nomi delle provincie antichi e moderni, de' costumi de' popoli, delle qualità de' paesi, e de gli huomini famosi, che l' hanno illustrato: come de' monti, de' mari, de' fiumi, de' laghi, de' bagni, delle miniere, e d' altre cose meravigliose, che vi sono. Con la nota de' fuochi dell' impositioni, de' donativi, e dell' entrate, che n' ha il Rè. E vi si fa mentione de i Re...de i Pontefici e de' Cardinali che vi nacquero ...Cò nomi de' Baroni, lor arme e' l divisamento delle lor corone; e con preambolo de i Re di Napoli habbiano quel titolo... In Napoli, ad istanza di Gio. Battista Cappelli, s.d. (1586). In - 4°, pergamena molle coeva. (8), 710, (1) pp. Nel front: silografia: Partenope coronata che regge due stemmi, a tergo la città e il sole nascente, con innumerevoli silografie n.t. (effigi di re, stemmi di provincie e città seggi, corone, armi gentilizie, ecc. che > (Manzi, Annali tip. di G.B. Cappelli, 17). Esemplare ben conservato della prima edizione rarissima, la quale presenta alcune varianti rispetto a quella descritta dal Manzi, che indica in fine due cc. nn. La segnatura è tuttavia regolare.

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