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        Kreutterbuch jetzt widerumb mit viel schönen neuwen Figuren, auch nützlichen Artzneyen, und andern guten stücken, auss sonderm Fleiss gemehret, und verfertiget durch Joachimum Camerarium.

      - Frankfurt am Main, Feyerabend, 1586. Large folio (36.8 x 23.5 cm). ff [8], 460, [37, index] pp. (pagination errors: 19 for 18, 198 for 210, 208 for 308, and 405 for 406). Fine 17th century full calf with crowned monograms to spine compartments. Preserved in splendid double walled custom fit drop-back clamshell box; quarter leather over speckled paper boards, with rounded spine; spine rich gilt and with red morocco title label.l Rare first Frankfurt edition, contemporarily coloured, of Camerarius’ version of Mattioli’s great herbal. This edition contains the Gesner/Camerarius suite of woodcuts. Gesner had been preparing material for a massive historia plantarum but died before finishing the task; Camerarius acquired the material, used Gesner's woodcuts and supplemented them with his own. They are remarkable in their scientific detail, especially the enlarged depictions of floral structure, seeds, and fruit. This is the first time that such representation was consistently followed, and marks the beginning of what much later became a convention in scientific botanical illustration, when the taxonomic importance of these details was fully appreciated. They first appeared in Camerarius’ recension of Mattioli's "De plantis epitome utilissima" of the same year (which is a different text than the above, and not merely a Latin version of the same). In addition to the botanical woodcuts, the German edition contains seven woodcuts of distilling apparatuses. In the Vorred (preface), Camerarius describes in detail the edition history of this book, and of the woodblocks in particular. Not all of the Gesner woodblocks were finished when Camerarius set out to edit Mattioli’s text. In supervising the cutting of the already executed designs of the blocks, he took great care in assuring they were botanically correct. He gives a list of woodcuts already finished, but not botanically correct, and describes how the depicted configurations and shapes of leaves differ from nature. The fine title woodcut has, within an oval at top, a female figure seated and feeding a snake, with the motto "Bonae Valetudini Digatum"; on bottom there is another oval containing a fine small agricultural scene, with a tree surrounded by a woven fence and the motto, "Wan Gott Wil / Spes", the whole surrounded by another motto, "Omnia Florebunt Pros piciente Deo"; the compartment is inscribed at the bottom left with "C. S.", and on the right with "I. A." With the engraved book plate of Fridericus Christophorus Langetl, Iuris Vtriusq. Doctor, and an inscription on the bottom of the book-plate dated 1682 (probably bound then). The lower margin of the index was repaired with old paper before the book was bound due to natural wear to these pages at the bottom. Small damp stain to the inner bottom margin of the first ten leaves, some very light and uniform browning throughout. A fine and completely unrestored copy of this rare first edition. Nissen BBI, 1311 (erroneously stating 360 pp.); Pritzel, 5990 (the 1590 edition). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Madonna di San Girolamo

      1586 - Acquaforte, 1586, datata e firmata in lastra in basso a destra. Esemplare nel III stato, di IV, con l'indirizzo dell'editore Rascicotti. Ottima prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. L’incisione riproduce una celebre pala del Correggio, come esplicitamente dichiarato nella didascalia, dipinta per la cappella gentilizia della famiglia Bergonzi, nella chiesa di Sant’Antonio a Parma, oggi conservata nella Pinacoteca Nazionale della città. Il soggetto è di natura mistica: S. Girolamo, ormai anziano, presenta e offre a Gesù la sua traduzione della Bibbia, dall’ebraico al latino, la cosiddetta Vulgata, a cui aveva atteso per anni, su incarico di papa Damaso. Le figure della composizione sono disposte a semicerchio: il Santo, a cui piedi è rappresentato il leone da lui guarito, un angelo che sfoglia il volume per il Bambino, mentre la Vergine lo tiene in grembo con la Maddalena è chinata dolcemente su di lui, e sulla destra un altro angelo che osserva la scena di sbieco, tenendo nella mano un vaso di unguenti, attributo della santa. Secondo il Malvasia, l’incisione di Agostino deriverebbe non dalla pala originale, ma dalla stampa che ne trasse Cort, e anzi in concorrenza con questa. La sua teoria fu però rifiutata da Ostrow, anzitutto non solo perché nel 1586 Cort era morto ormai da otto anni e dunque non avrebbe avuto alcun senso una rivalità artistica, ma perchè riteneva che Carracci avesse visto personalmente la pala del Correggio a Parma, durante il viaggio che avrebbe compiuto proprio nel 1586. In effetti, i Cordoni di San Francesco e l’Ecce Homo proverebbero la presenza di Agostino a Parma proprio tra il 1586 e il 1587. Osservando le due incisioni e il dipinto, è evidente che il Carracci dipenda dall’interpretazione di Cort per il paesaggio sullo sfondo, gli alberi, il drappeggio. Non escludiamo che Agostino abbia effettivamente vitato la chiesa di Sant’Antonio, ma senza dubbio si attenne anche all’opera di Cort. Etching, 1586, signed and dated in plate lower right. Example in the third state of four, with the address of Rascicotti. After Correggio. Excellent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to copperplate, in excellent condition. The engraving depicts a famous altarpiece of Correggio, as explicitly stated in the caption, painted for the chapel of the family Bergonzi, in the church of St. Anthony in Parma, now preserved in the National Art Gallery in the city. The subject is of a mystical nature: St. Jerome, now elderly, has offered to Jesus and his translation of the Bible from Hebrew into Latin, called the Vulgate, to whom he had been waiting for years, commissioned by Pope Damasus. The figures in the composition are arranged in a semicircle, the Holy One, at whose feet the lion is represented by him healed, an angel puff volume for the Child, and the Virgin holds in her lap with Mary Magdalene is gently bent over him, and on the right another angel who watches the scene sideways, holding in his hand a pot of ointment, an attribute of the saint. According to Malvasia, engraving by Agostino derives not from the original blade, but from the press that drew Cort, and in fact in competition with this. His theory, however, was rejected by Ostrow, first of all, not only because in 1586 Cort had been dead for eight years and therefore had no sense an artistic rivalry, but because they thought that Carracci had personally seen the blade of Correggio in Parma, during the trip that would have been right in 1586 in fact, the Cords of St. Francis and the Ecce Homo prove the presence of Augustine in its Parma between 1586 and 1587. Looking at the two incisions and the painting, it is clear that the Cort for Carracci depends on the interpretation of the landscape in the background, the trees, the drape. We do not exclude that Augustine has actually vineyard church of St. Anthony, but no doubt he stuck to the work of Cort. Bartsch, 95; Bellori, p. 115; Le Blanc, 32; De G [Attributes: Signed Copy; Soft Cover]

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        De Republica libri sex, latine ab auctore redditi, multo quam antea locupletiores. Cum indice copiosissimo.

      Lyon & Paris, Jacob Du-Puys, 1586. Folio. Contemporary full vellum with yapp edges and handwritten title to spine. Binding with a bit of wear, small tears to extremities, and cords showing at inner hinges - but still tight. Some leaves evenly browned, a couole of the leaves of the index with brown staining, and some marginal annotations (a few of them blotched), otherwise a very nice and clean copy. 17th and 18th century owner's inscriptions and an old book-plate to pasted-down front end-paper as well as a book-plate to front free end-paper. Overall a very nice, totally unrestores copy. (8), 779, (1), (60) pp. The very rare first edition thus of Bodin's landmark work, being the first Latin edition (and the first translation overall), translated and significantly altered and added to by Bodin himself, thus constituting the most complete and the most influential edition of the first systematic statement of sovereignty - the work in which "sovereignty" is defined and treated extensively for the first time. "Bodin's "statement of sovereignty" is the first systematic one in modern European philosophy, and thus deserves a landmark status." (SEP). The work is also the first to coin the term "Political Science"; it occupies a central place in European political thought and immensely influenced all thinkers on the subject throughout centuries. "... for the next three centuries the political thought of the West will be preoccupied with these ideas, with a new theory of the State and with the concept of Sovereignty." (Catlin, A History of the Political Philosophers, 1950, p. 207).The extremely scarce first issue of the "Six Books of the Republic" appeared in 1576, followed by a second issue in 1577 and a second edition later that year. The work was immediately recognized as important as was widely read throughout the French empire. But, as it was written in French, there was a limit to the spreading of its ideas outside of France. Passing through England with the duke d'Alencon, Bodin became aware of the difficulties foreigners had reading the French text, and when in Cambridge he encountered a very poor, defective, and faulty translation of his great work, done by an Englishman. He thus decided to translate the work himself and began his great Latin version of the work, which came to profoundly influence the reception of it throughout Europe. Bodin not only undertook the translation into the universal language of the time, he also expanded the work and altered it significantly, causing the Latin edition to be considered the most complete version of the work and as important as the original French. Today, the Latin version is considered compulsory to the understanding of the work, and the new standard version of the work contains both the French and the Latin text. Among the new chapters added to the work is that about social stratifications. "In 1586 Bodin wrote for the first time at length about social stratification, in a new chapter in which problems of the ordering of ancient society intersect continually with those of the estates of France, and in which many parallels are also drawn from the Italian cities." (William McCuaig: Carlo Sigonio. The Changing World of the Late Renaissance, p. 235). There are several other new chapters of great significance, and Bodin emends many views throughout the work. In fact, there are several differences in doctrine between the two versions of the text. "One of these, the complete impossibility of sharing sovereignty between prince and people, originally seen as a form of popular government, appears as a direct result of Bodin's unhappy experiences in the Netherlands. His increasing belief in divine retribution and his discovery that princes had an obligation to protect foreign visitors may also reflect Bodin's experiences in foreign parts." (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History: The Reception of Bodin, p. 159). Also the new preface that he writes for the Latin edition is considered of the utmost importance to the understanding of his ideas about sovereignty and the development and alteration of his doctrines. "Differences between the French and Latin versions of the "République" have often been noted, and Bodin's personal political experience an Anjou's side, vaulted in the new letter prefacing the 1586 version, has a role in accounting for them. Bodin had also responded to, and silently incorporated, some of the criticisms levelled at the original French text - notably Auger Ferrier's comments on Bodin's astrological conjectures. There was a notable change in personal circumstances as well. In 1576, Bodin had been a leading participant in the French Estates-General, in personal attendance upon the king; he was truly a rising star. By November 1584 when, in the wake of Anjou's death, Bodin composed the preface of his Latin translation, that star had fallen and burnt out." (Brill's Studies in Intellectual History: The Reception of Bodin, p. 159). The French lawyer and political philosopher, Jean Bodin (1530-1596) wrote his main work, "Les six livres de la république" during the French Wars of Religion, when French Catholics and Protestants were fighting each other. He sees that the only real way to hold a community together and solve conflicts like the ones going on at the time is by establishing a supreme authority. There must be a ruling power which is unrestricted, but at the same time, it cannot be a power that is free to disregard all laws. Inspired by Aristotle's "Politics", Bodin now solves the problem of order though the definition of a concept that unites the rulers and the ruled in one body politic, one unitary political society, that is placed above any other human law and that defines human law; he can now define the concept of sovereignty without having to allow a ruler to neglect otherwise present laws and regulations. The sovereign body is necessarily unrestricted; it is bound by natural and divine law, but no human law can touch it or contest it; within its territory, it is the single authority. Bodin's Sovereign also has the power to legislate, and thus, he not only overrules the common law that had been prevailing in most sovereign states, he has also created a theoretical foundation for monarchy. With this seminal work, the single most important political work of the French Renaissance, the work that came to influence all Western political thought for centuries, Bodin had earned himself the reputation of being the founder of the science of the state. The "Six Books of the Republic" went through many editions in the author's lifetime and after, and with Bodin's Latin version of it, it came to exercise a profound influence throughout all of Europe. "It is, in effect, the first modern attempt to create a complete system of political science. Its basis was the "Politics" of Aristotle, and it was through Bodin that Aristotle's work came to exercise influence on modern political thinking which has made him the father of modern democracy. Bodin was not content merely to reproduce his master, however; he added considerably from his own experience. Although like most sixteenth-century writers he approved of absolute government, he demanded its control by constitutional laws, in which respect he foreshadowed the development during the seventeenth century of the "social contract". Thus Bodin was the first to set out clearly the argument round which most political discussion centred in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, that law is merely an expression of the sovereign will, but that where this reposes in an absolute monarch, it must be mitigated by a customary or natural law. When the lawgiver's law becomes unjust, it ceases to be valid and must be resisted." (Printing and the Mind of Man p. 58).The scarce first Latin edition is highly sought-after and, after the impossibly scarce first issue of the French version, the most desirable edition of the work. Tchemerzine II:236; PMM 94(a) (first issue, 1576).

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        LA CIVIL CONVERSATIONE del signor S.G. gentilhuomo di Casale di Monferrato, divisa in quattro libri . nuovamente dall'istesso auttore corretta & in diversi luoghi di molte cose, non meno utili che piacevoli, ampliata. In

      Vinegia, presso Altobello Salicato, 1586. Alla Libraria della Fortezza. - In 8¡picc. (cm. 14,5) cc.4 bb. + cc.20 n.n. + cc.316 numerate al recto + cc. 3 bb. Bel carattere italico. P. perg. seicentesca con ttit. manoscritto al dorso. Tagli spruzzati di rosso. Qualche sporadica sottolineatura coeva. Taglio sup. corto, altrimenti ben conservato. Adams, vol.I n¡1460 riporta tre edizione del Salicato (1580, 1584, 1590) con lo stesso numero di carte, ma non la nostra. Olschki, Choix, n¡1791 per la sola ediz. del 1590. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus De Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus.

      1586 - A Durable Work by a Renowned Saxon Jurist Coler, Matthias [1530-1587]. Tractatus de Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus et Pecuniariis, Accommodatus Passim ad Practicam Fori Saxonici. Cui in Fine Adiectus est Index Verborum & Rerum, Quae in hoc Opere Continentur, Copiosus. Jena: Excudebat Tobias Steinman, 1586. [xvi], 812, [64] pp. Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, blind rules to boards, somewhat later black-stamped ornaments to boards and spine, which has an early hand-lettered title. Light soiling and a few minor stains, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends bumped and lightly worn, small later private-library bookplate to front pastedown, lower section of pastedown and front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, a few leaves have early annotations and underlining, later annotations to front endleaves. A nice copy overall. * First edition. Coler, a professor at the Universities of Jena and Leipzig and chancellor to the prince of Anhalt, was a renowned authority on civil law. Tractatus de Processibus Executivas addresses executions, exceptions and the limitation of actions under canon law and the civil law of Saxony. It went through five more editions, the last one in 1718. All editions of this title are scarce. OCLC locates 9 copies of the 1586 imprint, 1 in North America (Yale Law School). Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie 4:403. Verzeichnissen der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts C4540. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Tractatus Iuris non scripti, quod in utroque foro observatur

      apud Ioannem Baptistam Somaschum, Venetiis 1586 - In-folio (315x210mm), cc. (44) di amplissimo indice bicolonne, 142, legatura antica in p. pergamena rigida con titolo a secco su tassello su dorso a 4 nervi rilevati. Marca tipografica incisa su legno al frontespizio con un centauro con arco nella mano sinistra, faretra a tracolla e serpente attorno al braccio destro entro cornice riccamente figurata. Dedica a stampa a papa Sisto V. Capilettera xilografici ornati, testo bicolonne. Qualche traccia d'uso alla legatura. Antica nota manoscritta alla prima c. bianca e antica firma in parte cassata al frontespizio. Lavoretti di tarlo al margine inferiore di alcune cc., una lieve mancanza all'angolo inferiore esterno del f. 112. Buon esemplare. Prima edizione, in esemplare della variante B, con la marca tipografica in luogo dello stemma papale. Assai scarse le notizie sullo Scappi (le poche disponibili sono fornite dal Fantuzzi), giureconsulto e avvocato bolognese della seconda metà del XVI secolo che esercitò la professione nella propria città natale e a Roma; la presente è la sua opera principale. Egli occupò anche le cariche di Governatore del Marchesato di Vignola e di consigliere di Vespasiano Gonzaga Colonna, Duca di Sabbioneta. Fantuzzi, VII, pp. 346-347. EDIT16 CNCE 32765. Manca all'Adams e a STC Italian. Latino [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        DE' DETTI, ET FATTI NOTABILI DE ROMANI. Tradotto da M. Giorgio Dati. Con Due Tavola.

      Marc'Antonio Zaltieri., Venice 1586 - A later 16th century edition of Dati's Italian translation of FACTORUM ET DICTORUM MEMORABILIUM, LIBRI IX, which first appeared in 1539 in Rome. This edition not in Adams or BL Italian STC. 8vo. ff.(16),320. Woodcut device on title page. Early vellum. Title and text a bit soiled. A few small wormholes to outer blank fore-edge of title. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De republica libri sex, Latine ab autore redditi, multo quam antea locupletiores.

      Paris: Jaques du Puys, 1586. 1st Edition. Soft cover. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio (348 x 220 mm). [8], 779 [1], 60 pp. Ttitle with large engraved device, ornamental headpieces and initials, index bound at end. Contemporary limp vellum with yapp edges, spine lettered in ink (vellum soiled and browned, some creasing to covers, tears in yapp edges). Light even browning througout, a few ink spots, occasional ink and crayon markings, minor spotting in places, worm tracks in top margin of few leaves well outside text. Provenance: Giorgio Enrico Levi (armorial bookplate to front pastedown and shelf-mark label to first flyleaf recto). A handsome, wide-margined copy in unrestored contemporary binding. ----Adams B2228; PMM 94 (first French edition). FIRST LATIN EDITION of Bodin's most significant work The Six Books of the Commonwealth (Les Six livres de la République) first published in French in 1576, which represents the summation of legal and political thought of the French Renaissance. It is "the first modern attempt to create a complete system of political science. Its basis was the Politics of Aristotle .., and it was through Bodin that Aristotle's work came to exercise the influence on modern political thinking which has made him the father of modern democracy. Bodin was not content merely to reproduce his master, however; he added considerably from his own experience. Although like most sixteenth-century writers he approved of absolute government, he demanded its control by constitutional laws, in which respect he foreshadowed the development during the seventeenth century of the idea of the 'social contract' .. Thus Bodin was the first to set out clearly the argument round which most political discussion centred in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, that law is merely an expression of the sovereign will, but that where this reposes in an absolute monarch, it must be mitigated by a customary or natural law. When the lawgiver's law becomes unjust, it ceases to be valid and must be resisted." (PMM 94). Very Good.

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        Commentaria in septem distinctiones de paenitentia, auctore Martino ab Azpilcueta Doctore Navarro. Sacri Ordinis Roncae VAllis commentadatario, Gymnastaq. primae functionis sacrae Canonum facultatis in inclyta Lusitaniae Conimbricensi Academia, iampridem rude donato, five iubilato, e comitatu ornato.

      Tornerium, 1586. In 8°, p. perg. molle. cc.nn. 4 + pp. 717 + cc.nn. 21 di Index. Insegna dei gesuiti sul front. e sul retro dell'ultima carta. Sul retro del front. sono presenti 2 inc. di cm. 6 x 5 ca. raffiguranti l'autore e la sua insegna gentilizia. Capilettera e testatine xilografiche. Dorso rinforzato. Vol. leggermente stanco. Le pag. 302-303 e 709-712 presentano errore di numerazione (puro errore di stampa) esempl. collazionato, completo. Autore raro e molto ricercato.

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        Caroli Sigonii De Episcopis Bononiensibus libri quinque per Alexandrum Benatium

      Bologna 1586 - In 8°, pp.(4), 259, (69). Legatura in pergamena, tassello al dorso con titolo in oro. Frontespizio con "San Petronio che regge Bologna" nella mano sinistra. Antico timbretto sulla 1° carta bianca. Prima edizione. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LA PIAZZA UNIVERSALE di tutte le professioni del mondo, e nobili et ignobili. Nuovamente formata e posta in luce da da Bagnacavallo.

      Somascho,, Venezia, 1586 - gr. vol. in-4 ant., pp. (21), 1 cb., 952, (12), bella leg. p. perg. coeva con tit. mss. al d., tagli spruzzati. Bellissimo esemplare- [190]

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        Tractatus De Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus...

      1586. A Durable Work by a Renowned Saxon Jurist Coler, Matthias [1530-1587]. Tractatus de Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus et Pecuniariis, Accommodatus Passim ad Practicam Fori Saxonici. Cui in Fine Adiectus est Index Verborum & Rerum, Quae in hoc Opere Continentur, Copiosus. Jena: Excudebat Tobias Steinman, 1586. [xvi], 812, [64] pp. Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, blind rules to boards, somewhat later black-stamped ornaments to boards and spine, which has an early hand-lettered title. Light soiling and a few minor stains, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends bumped and lightly worn, small later private-library bookplate to front pastedown, lower section of pastedown and front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, a few leaves have early annotations and underlining, later annotations to front endleaves. A nice copy overall. * First edition. Coler, a professor at the Universities of Jena and Leipzig and chancellor to the prince of Anhalt, was a renowned authority on civil law. Tractatus de Processibus Executivas addresses executions, exceptions and the limitation of actions under canon law and the civil law of Saxony. It went through five more editions, the last one in 1718. All editions of this title are scarce. OCLC locates 9 copies of the 1586 imprint, 1 in North America (Yale Law School). Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie 4:403. Verzeichnissen der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts C4540.

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        Traicté des chiffres ou secrètes manières d'escrire.

      Paris, Abel L'Angelier, 1586. ____ Première édition et premier tirage d'un des ouvrages les plus rares et les plus importants de cryptographie. La nouvelle façon de chiffrer inventée par Vigenère a été utilisé près de trois cents ans. Il a fallu attendre 1863 (Charles Babbage et Friedrich Kasiski) pour que ce chiffre soit cassé. C'est aussi pour Caillet un "traité de Kabbale de premier ordre". Titre en noir et rouge, avec au verso une devise encadrée de serpents enlacés, gravés sur cuivre. De nombreux passages du texte ont été imprimés en rouge. Illustré par 140 tableaux, alphabets et diagrammes, la plupart imprimés en noir et rouge. 6 planches ou tableaux sont sur double-page [feuillets : Ddd3, SSS1, Ttt 2, Vvv1, et 2 tableaux hors-texte reliés à la fin]. La foliotation saute de 210 à 221 sans manque. Une charnière restaurée sur 6 cm. Quelques rares petits travaux de vers sans gravité dans les marges. Mortimer, Harvard 543 (1587 edition). Basalmo, Simonin, Abel Langelier 167. Caillet 3, 686. ***** First edition, first issue. One of the rarest books and most important book on cryptography. Vigenere's method was used during three hundred years. In-4. [225 x 158 mm] Collation : 343, (1) ff. , 2 planches h.-t. Veau marbé, dos à nerfs orné tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.).

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        Trattato del R. Padre Giorgio Scherer ... Nel quale con uerissime ragioni proua non esser vero, che già sia stato in Roma vna Donna Pontefice.

      In Venetia: Appresso i Gioliti, 1586. 8vo (16 cm; 6.375"). [6], 48, [2] pp. Short refutation making short work of the possibility that Pope Joan ever existed, here translated into Italian from German by Nicolo Pierio. A Jesuit priest and Austrian witch hunter responsible for the Plainacher Witch Affair of 1583 (which led to the only case of witch-burning in Vienna), Scherer (1540–1605) here "proves" there was never a female pope using various sources, including the Bible. It was clearly a popular text, as DeBacker-Sommervogel notes that there were three editions of this translation published in 1586 by three different printers, two in Venice and one in Milan.    The title is printed within an illustrated woodcut border and the text offers illustrated initials plus head- and tailpieces.    Provenance: Bookplate of Avvocato Bubani Francesco and a catalogue clipping (in Italian) on front pastedown.    Of this edition we locate only five U.S. libraries and one Canadian one reporting ownership. One other U.S. library reports owning a different 1586 edition.         EDIT16 CNCE 27780; DeBacker-Sommervogel, VII, 749. Hunter green textured cloth, lightly rubbed and discolored; a few pinpricks and a very short tear to spine. All outer upper corners with waterstaining from two different incidents, two leaves with short tears, and a pinprick hole to one margin; provenance marking as above, two small inked notations on title-page margins, light pencilling on endpapers. => A fascinating subject covered by an interesting author.

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        Histoire particulière des plantes orchidées recueillies sur les trois iles australes d'Afrique, de France, de Bourbon et de Madagascar. Paris, the author, Arthus Bertrand and Treuttel and Wurtz, 1822. 8vo. With 110 continuously numbered engraved illustrations of orchids and 2 folding tables. Modern blue cloth.

      BMC NH, p. 493; Nissen, BBI 564; Stafleu & Cowan 1586. Extensively illustrated work on orchids from the East African islands of France, Bourbon and Madagascar, by the French traveller and botanist Du Petit-Thouars (1758-1831), a brother of the well-known marine officer Abel-Aubert Du Petit-Thouars.The plates were published separately between 1804 and 1822, and were issued together with the text (in two parts) as quarto (with coloured plates) and octavo (uncoloured). All these different issues explain the different collations of this work. Our copy has the complete text, though it ends with a catchword. The plates in our copy are continuously numbered, though the numbering of the copy described by Stafleu & Cowan slightly differs.Old owner's inscription cut from right upper corner of the title-page, the text and a few plates foxed and a few minor tears in the margins of the plates. A good copy.

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        ELEGANZE INSIEME CON LA COPIA DELLA LINGUA TOSCANA E LATINA Scielte (sic) da Aldo Mannucci (...)

      1586. In Venetia Presso Aldo 1586 16° Pagine 96 non numerate + 414 Legatura 700esca in mezza pelle. Titolo e fregi in oro al dorso. Piatti marmorizzati. Alcune bruniture e lievi tracce d'uso. Nel complesso buonissima copia. Cfr: Graesse IV 376 in nota.

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        Historia navigationis in Brasiliam qae et America Dicitur

      

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        Traicté des chiffres ou secrètes manières d'escrire.

      Paris, Abel L'Angelier, 1586. ____ Première édition et premier tirage d'un des ouvrages les plus rares et les plus importants de cryptographie. La nouvelle façon de chiffrer inventée par Vigenère a été utilisé près de trois cents ans. Il a fallu attendre 1863 (Charles Babbage et Friedrich Kasiski) pour que ce chiffre soit cassé. C'est aussi pour Caillet un "traité de Kabbale de premier ordre". Titre en noir et rouge, avec au verso une devise encadrée de serpents enlacés, gravés sur cuivre. De nombreux passages du texte ont été imprimés en rouge. Illustré par 140 tableaux, alphabets et diagrammes, la plupart imprimés en noir et rouge. 6 planches ou tableaux sont sur double-page [feuillets : Ddd3, SSS1, Ttt 2, Vvv1, et 2 tableaux hors-texte reliés à la fin]. La foliotation saute de 210 à 221 sans manque. Une charnière restaurée sur 6 cm. Quelques rares petits travaux de vers sans gravité dans les marges. Mortimer, Harvard 543 (1587 edition). Basalmo, Simonin, Abel Langelier 167. Caillet 3, 686. ***** First edition, first issue. One of the rarest books and most important book on cryptography. Vigenere's method was used during three hundred years. In-4. [225 x 158 mm] Collation : 343, (1) ff. , 2 planches h.-t. Veau marbé, dos à nerfs orné tranches rouges. (Reliure du XVIIIe.).

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        Caroli Sigonii De episcopis Bononiensibus libri quinque

      per Alexandrum Benatium, 1586. in 4°, (20x15) cm, rilegatura coeva in piena pergamena, titolo manoscritto e un'etichetta al dorso, tagli colorati; pp. (4), 259, (69), mancano 2 c.b. Bel frontespizio con San Petronio incorniciato che regge "Bologna" nella mano sinistra con alla base le insegne religiosa e temporale della città, iniziali e decorazioni silografiche, testo incorniciato da doppio filetto. Antico timbretto alla 1° c.b

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        Premiere Cérémonie de l'Ordre du St. Esprit en 1579. Heinrich III. präsidiert als Großmeister die erste Zeremonie des Ritterordens vom Heiligen Geist 1579. Louis de Gonzarga, Duc de Nevers legt knieend das Gelübde auf die Statuten des Ordens ab. Kupferstich von Danfrie nach einem Gemälde von Antoine Caron 1586

      Paris: Ordre du Saint Esprit 1586 - Original-Kupferstich auf rückseitig unbedrucktem Büttenblatt, von alter Hand bis an den Plattenrand beschnitten und auf Karton aufgewalzt, mit Sammlerstempel "GES" im Oval am unteren rechten Blattrand, bildliche Darstellung ca. 31,5 x 21,5 cm, Kartongröße ca. 39,5 x 28 cm, sauber und bemerkenswert gut erhalten, sehr selten und für uns anderenorts antiquarisch nicht nachweisbar, das Original-Manuskript am ursprünglichen Lagerort, dem Musée Condé, angeblich verschwunden Der Orden vom Heiligen Geist (Ordre du Saint-Esprit) war der bedeutendste und einflussreichste Ritterorden der französischen Monarchie und der angesehenste in ganz Europa. Er wurde 1353 von Ludwig von Anjou gegründet und 1578 von Heinrich III., König von Frankreich, reorganisiert. Neben dem König als Großmeister hatte der Orden acht Kommandeure, von denen drei bis vier Kardinäle und Erzbischhöfe als Vertreter der katholischen Kirche waren. Daneben gab es kommandierende Offiziere wie Kanzler und Siegelbewahrer, Zeremonienmeister, Schatzmeister und Sekretär, die durch weitere Offiziere unterstützt wurden. - Der Kupferstich zeigt die erste Aufnahme von Ordensrittern nach der Reorganisation, in der Mitte stehend Henri III. (1551-1589), der französische König als Großmeister, zu seiner Rechten drei prominente Vertreter der Katholischen Kirche, Cardinal de Guise, Cardinal de Birague und Cardinal de Bourbon. Der neu aufgenommene Ritter, Louis de Gonzagues Duc de Nevers (1539-1595) kniet auf einem Kissen und legt seine rechte Hand zum Schwur auf die Statuten des Ordens, die ihm von Claude de l'Aubespine entgegengereicht werden. Links im Vordergrund Nicolas de Neuville und rechts Benoit Miron sowie Guillaume Pot de Rhodes als Vertreter der weltlichen adeligen Großmeister, alle im Ordenstalar mit Ordenskette, über dem König die herabschwebende Taube als Symbol des heiligen Geistes. 2100 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Kreutterbuch jetzt widerumb mit viel schönen neuwen Figuren, auch nützlichen Artzneyen, und andern guten stücken, auss sonderm fleiss gemehret, und verfertiget durch Joachimum Camerarium.

      Frankfurt: Feyer, 1586. With nearly 1000 contemporarily hand colored woodcuts. First edition, contemporarily colored, of the first edition of Camerarius's version of Mattioli's great herbal. This edition contains the Gesner/Camerarius suite of woodcuts. Gesner had been preparing material for a massive historia plantarum but died before finishing the task; Camerarius acquired the material, utilized the woodcuts in the present work and supplemented them with his own. They are remarkable in their scientific detail, especially the enlarged depictions of floral structure, seeds, and fruit. This is the first time that such representation was consistently followed, and marks the beginning of what only much later became a convention in scientific botanical illustration, when the taxonomic importance of these details was fully appreciated. They first appeared in Camerarius' recension of Mattioli, De plantis epitome utilissima of the same year (which is a different text to the above, and not merely a Latin version of the same). In addition to the botanical cuts, the German edition contains seven woodcuts of distilling apparatus. In the Vorred, Camerarius describes in detail the edition history of this book, and of the woodblocks in particular. Not all of the Gesner woodblocks were finished, when Camerarius set out to edit Mattioli's text. In supervising the cutting of the already executed designs of the blocks, he took much care in assuring they were botanically correct. In the preface he gives a list of woodcuts already finished, but not botanically correct, and describes how the depicted configurations and shapes of leaves differ from nature. The fine title woodcut has, within oval at top, a female figure seated and feeding a snake, with the motto Bonae Valetudini Digatum; at bottom another oval containing a fine small agricultural scene, with tree surrounded by woven fence at center, having motto Wan Gott Wil / Spes, the whole surrounded by the motto Omnia Florebunt Pros piciente Deo; compartment inscribed at bottom left C. S., and at right I. A. Large folio (368 x 235 mm), bound in fine 17th century full calf with crowned monograms to spine compartments, engraved book plate of Fridericus Christophorus Langetl, Iuris Vtriusq. Doctor with inscription to the bottom of the book plate dated 1682 (probably bound then), ff [8], 460, [37:index] (pagination errors: 19 for 18, 198 for 210, 208 for 308, and 405 for 406), the lower margin of the index was repaired before the book was bound with old paper due to natural wear to these pages at the bottom, small damp stain to the inner bottom margin of the first 10 leaves, some very light and uniform browning throughout. A fine and completely unrestored copy.

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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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        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

      In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, vicesimo nono die Septemb. [etc.]. 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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        Commentaria in Pentateuchum Mosi.

      Petrum Landry [Pierre Landry]. 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! Petrum Landry [Pierre Landry] Lugduni [Lyon] 1586 in-folio (21x35cm) (20) 650pp. relié

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

      apresso Giambattista Sessa & fratelli. New edition after the original from 1562. Rare. Brunet II, 789. Edition italics illustrated twenty figures in and out of curious objects including text combining letters. A copy in the library of Manchester, we have found nothing in France and Germany. Vellum full time, smooth back and as long manuscript pen. A tear on the back (1 cm). Pages restored custody, title page has been reinforced by two small pieces of paper on the back. Lodovico Dolce (1508-1568), man of letters and Venetian humanist, busied editions of classic Italian texts (Dante, Petrarch ...) in collaboration with Ferrari publisher and renewed the genre that bears his mark. He translated the metamorphoses Italian and wrote several dialogues on which a painting featuring Vasari and Aretino, and another on the color properties. He wrote such plays. The general theme of this dialogue is the occult, astrology. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! apresso Giambattista Sessa & fratelli In Venetia (Venise) 1586 in-12 (15,3x10cm) 11ff. relié

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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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        Semideorum marinorum amnicorumque sigillariae imagines perelegantes in picturae statuariaeque artis tyronum usum à Philippo Gallaeo delineatae, sculptae et aeditae [suivi de] Nimpharum oceanitidum, ephydridum potamidum, naiadum, lynadumque icones, in gratiam picturae stu diosae...

      THE FIRST EDITION OF THIS VERY RARE COLLECTION OF ENGRAVINGS, comprising two complete full-length series of marine gods and nymphs, published by Philippe Galle in Antwerp. There are a total of 34 plates overall, each 167 by 217 mm., engraved, numbered and titled in the copper plate, as well as two engraved titles. The first series of male gods, entitled Semideorum marinorum amnicorumque sigillariae imagines perelegantes in picturae statuariaeque artis tyronum usum was executed in 1586; while the second series, Nimpharum oceanitidum ephydridum potamidum naiadum lynadumque icons in gratiam picturae studiosae inventutis deliniatae sculptae et editae a philip. Gallaeo, devoted to female divinities, appeared the following year - 1587. A collection entitled Nimpharum icones did appear in 1583, but contains only 17 plates. The final engravings of the Nimpharum bear the signatures of Hiero Wierix and Ioann. Collaert. Bound in contemporary Flemish vellum, ink title to head of spine. Contemporary annotations to the versos of some plates noting the identities of the figures represented. A few tiny wormholes to covers and endpapers, but not serious. Philippe Galle (1537-1612), scion of an engraving dynasty, was one of the most important engravers and publishers of the Dutch school in the second half of the 16th century. A student from 1556 onwards of the erudite humanist Dirck Volkertsz Coornhert (1522-1590) in Haarlem, he succeeded Coornhert as the engraver for the works of Maarten van Heemskerck (1498-1574). The following year, he joined Jerome Cock (1518-1570), a printer, print dealer and publisher of artistic books,  in Antwerp. Galle in turn succeeded Cock as well, establishing himself as one of the principal engravers of his contemporary Pieter Breughel the Elder (1525-1569). At the centre of the engraving trade in Antwerp, Galle's students included Hendrick Goltzius (1558-1617) and Crispin de Passe the Elder (1564-1637). This fine collection of allegories showing the principle deities of the oceans, seas, rivers and streams, was - from a stylistic perspective - like a remarkable synthesis of Nordic naturalism and Italian Mannerism. A journey through Germany, France, and Italy in 1560-61 was no doubt one of the sources of these eclectic influences. The qualities of the muscles of the females figures, reminiscent of Michelangelo, as well as the elongation of the figures (worthy of one of Parmigiano's Madonnas) are testimony of the influence of the Italian High Renaissance and the beginnings of Mannerism. The expressiveness of the faces and complexions of the figures, in the tradition of Schongauer or Dürer, have a quality almost of Verismo, very much representing for their part a German aesthetic.His acuity and concern for the realistic representation of the body and facial expressions are linked to Galle's work as a portrait painter; he engraved from life portraits of a number of his Humanist contemporaries, among them Vesalius, Erasmus, Guillaume Budé and Thomas More. He was also noted as one of the first makers of a collection of portraits of learned men of the 16th century.Throughout both sets of engravings, made up, by turns, of figures inherited from Classical mythology and personifications of various different European waterways, Galle manages to maintain a subtle play of facial features. From the Mediterranean flanks of the Nile (Nilus) to the northern banks of the Thames (Tamesis), the artist shows the diversity of the figures, each seeming to oscillate between Classical idealisation and Realist individualism.The topographical or mythological iconography places each character within their myth or geographical environment - with an obelisk, pyramid and crocodile for the Nile, Neptune (Neptunus) with his trident, Charon's boat traversing the Styx, Nereus (Nereus) surrounded by his daughters the Nereids, Lerne with its Hydra, Glaucos (Glaucus) contemplating Scylla, or Acis melting into the sea under Galatea's gaze Galle's collection is to be placed within the context of the development of allegorical scenes in 16th century art, particularly in the field of emblem books, the Aldine Hieroglyphica of Horapollonius of 1505, and the Iconologia of Cesare Ripa (1593). There is a copy of the two collections of plates that make up the present work in Cambridge (but without a detailed description); the Nipharum icones is recorded in Netherlandish books by Andrew Pettegree and Malcolm Walsby. There is also a copy in Passau, one in the BNF, one in the National Library of Spain and one in the University Library at Erfurt. The University of Liége, which also has a copy, mentions only twelve engravings.The other copies we have been able to locate only have the male suite and are held at the Cultura Fonds Library in Dilbeek, the British Library, and the Bodleian. The Metropolitan Museum in New York, the British Museum and the Rijksmueum hold only a few plates taken from the two series. An extremely rare copy containing both complete sets of engravings, with engraved titles and wide margins in a contemporary Flemish binding. Antverpiae Ambivaritor Antverpiae (Anvers) 1586 -1587 in-4 (17x22cm) (35f.) relié

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        Ioan. Sleidani Veri et ad nostra tempora usque continuati

      New edition, revised by Oseas Schadaeus (1586-1626) who was a columnist and editor of historical works. This book appeared for the first time in 1555 under the title De statu religionis and reipublicae Carolo Quinto, Caesare Commeentarii. The copy shown 25 text-portraits out of popes and emperors, headbands and tail-lamp and a figure in-text on page 747. Title frontispiece for each of the four parts and more frontispiece representing the first two allegories, one faith, one of the force, framing the full title of the book. In the upper part, a winged woman with the scepter and the imperial orb overlaps the world, accompanied by the caption "Germania domitrix Gentium."Contemporary binding in full vellum, flat spine decorated head of a security pen. Back slightly cracked in two places at the head and cracked tail, discreet mark of an old bookplate pasted previously on the first contreplat. Small burn with tiny lack of text between columns 498 and 499, a few waterstains in lower margin slips on some minor, very small burn without noticeable lack of the portrait of Gregory XIV between columns 380 and 381.This is one of the many editions of De statu religionis and reipublicae, published in 1555, major work by Jean Sleidan (v.1506-1556), Luxembourg historian. Employee of the cardinal du Bellay in the 1540s, he participated in the diets of Regensburg and Speyer and rallied to Protestant ideas, he moved to Strasbourg to escape the action of Francis I taken against Protestants. This contemporary of his life is crucial for writing what would become the Veri and ad usque tempora NOTRA continuati: indeed, he offers in this book a political-historical study of the Reformation through the portraits of religious figures (Popes) and policies (emperors) of the time. Due to its position in favor of Protestants, it is impossible to consider her about a perfectly objective eye; Nevertheless, the methodological quality of his work, who was a contemporary and an actor of the reported events, making it a reference for the history of the Reformation.Beautiful copy, richly illustrated. Chez Christoph von der Heyden à Strasbourg 1625 in-folio (24,5x36,5cm) (32p.) ; 824col. ; (12p.) 396col. (6p.) (2f) 386col. (6p) (2f) 1664col. (14p) (1f) 604col. (6p.) (1f) relié

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        DE HUMANA PHYSIOGNOMONIA - Editio Princeps, Giovanbattista Della Porta

      1586. ANTICHI E DI PREGIO " 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. Per altre foto, scrivetemi privatamente. In Folio antico (cm 33,5 x 24 x 3,2 di spessore), rilegatura in piena pergamena antica. COMPLETO. GRAN  BELL' ESEMPLARE  !!!"

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        Innalzamento dell'Obelisco Vaticano

      1586. Acquaforte e bulino, circa 1586, monogrammate in lastra. Da un disegno di Giovanni Guerra. Bellissima prove, incisa su carta vergata coeva, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Tiratura del XVII secolo, con il bordo decorato ridotto. Per la sistemazione di Piazza San Pietro, il neo eletto papa Sisto V commissionò i lavori all'architetto svizzero Domenico Fontana, nel 1585. Per l'abbellimento della piazza venne trasportato da un altro sito della città, un obelisco egizio. L'opera, di alta ingegneria per l'epoca, produsse un grande interesse, culminato dalla pubblicazione dello stesso Fontana del 1590, il celebre Della trasportatione dell'obelisco Vaticano et delle fabriche di Nostro Signore Papa Sisto V, fatte dal caualier Domenico Fontana architetto di Sua Santita. Le incisioni contenute nel libro, raffiguranti il lavori, furono affidate a Natale Bonifacio. Sebbene le illustrazioni per il libro del Fontana furono pubblicate solo nel 1590, il Bonifacio fu coinvolto nell'evento ben prima; nell'agosto del 1586 infatti egli eseguì le due grandi lastre che descrivevano le operazioni di trasporto ed innalzamento, da disegni di Giovanni Guerra (1540-1618). Queste opere furono edite come lavori indipendenti, probabilmente come souvenir del grande evento. In seguito sono ristampate ed incluse nel Theatrum Italiae di Johannes Blaeu. Etching and engraving, 1586 circa, signed with monogram on plate. After a drawing of Giovanni Guerra. Beautiful work, printed on contemporary laid paper, minor paper tears perfectly repaired, otherwise in excellent condition. When St. Peter's square was reorganized, the newly elected pope Sixtus V commissioned the job to the Swiss architect Domenico Fontana, in 1585. To decorate the square, an Egyptian obelisk was taken from another square in town. This fact was considered to be extremely in the van for the time and it arose great interest in the public which led to the publication, by Fontana himself, of the famous Della trasportatione dell'obelisco Vaticano et delle fabriche di Nostro Signore Papa Sisto V, fatte dal caualier Domenico Fontana architetto di Sua Santita, in 1590. Natale Bonifacio was commissioned the engravings of the book which depicted the works. Though the illustrations of Fontana's book were published only in 1590, Bonifacio was involved in their preparation. In August 1586 he actually realized two big plates depicting the transportation and the rising of the obelisk, after some drawings of Giovanni Guerra (1540-1618). These plates were published as independent works, probably as souvenir of the great event and afterwards reissued and included in Johannes Blaeu's Theatrum Italiae. Bury, The Print in Italy, pp. 101/104; Reed & Wallace, Italian etchers of the Renaissance & barocque p. 85/88. 1130 502

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        Tractatus De Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus...

      1586. A Durable Work by a Renowned Saxon Jurist Coler, Matthias [1530-1587]. Tractatus de Processibus Executivis, In Causis Civilibus et Pecuniariis, Accommodatus Passim ad Practicam Fori Saxonici. Cui in Fine Adiectus est Index Verborum & Rerum, Quae in hoc Opere Continentur, Copiosus. Jena: Excudebat Tobias Steinman, 1586. [xvi], 812, [64] pp. Folio (13" x 8"). Contemporary limp vellum with lapped edges, blind rules to boards, somewhat later black-stamped ornaments to boards and spine, which has an early hand-lettered title. Light soiling and a few minor stains, moderate rubbing to extremities, corners and spine ends bumped and lightly worn, small later private-library bookplate to front pastedown, lower section of pastedown and front free endpaper lacking, minor worming to rear hinge. Moderate toning to text, a few leaves have early annotations and underlining, later annotations to front endleaves. A nice copy overall. $1,950. * First edition. Coler, a professor at the Universities of Jena and Leipzig and chancellor to the prince of Anhalt, was a renowned authority on civil law. Tractatus de Processibus Executivas addresses executions, exceptions and the limitation of actions under canon law and the civil law of Saxony. It went through five more editions, the last one in 1718. All editions of this title are scarce. OCLC locates 9 copies of the 1586 imprint, 1 in North America (Yale Law School). Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie 4:403. Verzeichnissen der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts C4540.

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        Histoire particulière des plantes orchidées recueillies sur les trois iles australes d'Afrique, de France, de Bourbon et de Madagascar. Paris, the author, Arthus Bertrand and Treuttel and Wurtz, 1822. 8vo. With 110 continuously numbered engraved illustrations of orchids and 2 folding tables. Modern blue cloth.

      - BMC NH, p. 493; Nissen, BBI 564; Stafleu & Cowan 1586. Extensively illustrated work on orchids from the East African islands of France, Bourbon and Madagascar, by the French traveller and botanist Du Petit-Thouars (1758-1831), a brother of the well-known marine officer Abel-Aubert Du Petit-Thouars.The plates were published separately between 1804 and 1822, and were issued together with the text (in two parts) as quarto (with coloured plates) and octavo (uncoloured). All these different issues explain the different collations of this work. Our copy has the complete text, though it ends with a catchword. The plates in our copy are continuously numbered, though the numbering of the copy described by Stafleu & Cowan slightly differs.Old owner's inscription cut from right upper corner of the title-page, the text and a few plates foxed and a few minor tears in the margins of the plates. A good copy.

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        Le Théâtre des divers cerveaux du monde ( ). Traduict d'italien, par G.C.D.T. [Gabriel Chappuis].

      - Paris, Felix Le Mangnier, 1586. In-12, plein maroquin, dos lisse orné d'un décor de compartiments garnis de filets et palettes dorés, pièce de titre de maroquin olive, double filet d’encadrement sur les plats, filet sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure (rel. vers 1720), 268 [i.e. 266] f. (nbr. erreurs de foliotation). Première traduction française, par Gabriel Chappuis, de 'Il Theatro de vari e diversi cervelli mondani' (Venise, 1583), édition partagée avec Jean Heusé. Dans ce classique de la psychologie à la Renaissance, l’auteur tente une approche typologique pionnière du cerveau humain. Il met en relation sa conformation (taille, volume, place) avec des comportements associés (55 catégories et sous-catégories recensées): "paisibles, hardis & belliqueux, joviaux, subtils, savants, instables, diaboliques, débiles, vicieux mélancholiques, alquimistes, d’astrologues, etc." et esquisse une description des régions fonctionnelles du cerveau. Par ce biais, Garzoni fait également œuvre de moraliste, en cette dernière moitié du XVIe siècle. Il est aussi l’auteur d’un autre ouvrage précurseur dans l’histoire de la psychiatrie: ‘L'Hospital des fols incurables’. (Brunet, II, 1497. H. Schüling, 'Bibliogr. der psychologischen Literatur des 16 Jahrhunderts’, 132. Brunet, II, 1497. Durling, 2009.1-2010. ‘Traducteurs tourangeaux de la Renaissance’, expo. B.M. Tours, 1960, p. 22, n°37). Petit ex-libris calligraphié sur la page de titre: "Buleius arte solulum". Trace de restauration à la reliure. Bel exemplaire, frais, bien relié en maroquin. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Zeitbüchlein. Darinnen gründlich/ auffs kürtzest on einfeltigste/ angezogen/ Was nach Christi unsers Seligmachers Gnadenreichen Geburt 1501 bis auff das 1586. Jhar/ an Kriegen/ Thewren Zeitten/ Zeichen an Himmel und Erden/ Hagel/ Ungewitter/ Sturmwinden/ Erdbidemen/ Dürrungen . sich begeben und zugetragen.

      Erfurt Georg Baumann 1586 - (EA); ca 20x15 cm; 74 unnummerierte Blätter mit Titelblatt in Rot und Schwarz mit Holzschnittbordüre; Holzdeckeleinband mit Lederrücken der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel (Einband stark bestoßen, Buchrücken beschabt, Schließen fehlen, Titelblatt mit kleiner Überklebung, auf 3 Blätter durch Insektenfraß etwas Buchstabenverlust, vereinzelt etwas feuchtigkeitsrandig, es FEHLT Blatt [12], ist in unauffälliger Kopie auf altem Papier eingebunden; sonst guter Zustand) Seltene Chronik des Valentin Rudolph in nachrichtenähnlicher Kurzform (fast könnte man sagen: Zeitung) über mehr oder weniger lokale Ereignisse, meist über Thüringen, aber auch von "internationalen" Begebenheiten wird berichtet. Vor allem für die lokale Geschichte bedeutsam, da eben nicht nur von Taten großer Herrscher berichtet wird, sondern Ereignisse, die das "gemeine" Volk betreffen (Brände, Sterbefälle, zahlreiche Wetterphänomene: "Großer Schnee nach Ostern", "Wasser in Kellern", "Wein erfroren" etc). 0,000 gr. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Chorographica descriptio Civitatis Cocheimensis ex orientali parte facta, Anno M.D.LXXXVI" "Exactissima Civitatis Monasteriensis in Campo Meyfeldensi site Chorographica des:".

      - Kupferstich aus Braun-Hogenberg, 1586. Ca. 37 x 42 cm. Oberer Blattrand etwas wellig beschnitten, kl. Rostfleck in der Darstellung von Münstermaifeld. Zwei detailreiche Ansichten auf einem Blatt. Die älteste Ansicht von Cochem zeigt die Stadt mit der Burg und der Pestkapelle, der Ort wird beherrscht von der Pfarrkirche St. Martin. Rechts, nordwestlich von Cochem über dem Endertbachtal, auf einem Felskegel die Winneburg. Münstermaifeld wird aus der Vogelschau gezeigt. Die Stadt wird umgeben von einer Stadtmauer und einem Graben. Daran angrenzend sind Felder dargestellt. Links und rechts oben sind Wappen abgebildet. Rechts unten befindet sich eine Legende, daneben ein Meilenzeiger mit Zirkel. Das Blatt erschien in den "Civitates Orbis Terrarum" von Braun und Hogenberg. Mit lateinischem Rückentext.

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        Les Antiquitez croniques et singularitez de Paris, ville Capitalle du Royaume de France. Avec les fondations & bastiments des lieux : les Sepulchres & Epitaphes des Princes, Princesses, & autres personnes illustres.

      1586 - « L'édition la plus recherchée » des Antiquitez de Paris de Corrozet. Séduisant exemplaire conservé dans son vélin de l'époque à recouvrement.Paris, 1586-1588. Paris, Nicolas Bonfons, 1586. [Suivi de] : -Les Antiquitez et singularitez de Paris. Livre second. De la Sepulture des Roys, & des Roynes de France, Princes, Princesses & autres persones illustres : Representez par figures ainsi qu'ils se voyent encores a preset es Eglises où ils sont inhumez. Recueillis par Jean Rabel, M. paintre.Paris, Nicolas Bonfons, 1588.Soit 2 parties reliées en 1 volume in-8 de : I/ (16) ff., 212 ; II/ (4) ff. y compris le titre orné des armes de la ville de Paris, 121 ff. mal numérotés 119, (3), et 56 gravures à pleine page. Ex libris manuscrit sur le titre, qq. ff. brunis. Relié en plein vélin à recouvrement de l'époque, dos lisse avec le titre manuscrit. Reliure de l'époque.167 x 103 mm. / « The most sought-after edition » of the Antiquitez de Paris by Corrozet. An attractive copy preserved in its contemporary overlapping vellum. Paris, 1586-1588. Paris, Nicolas Bonfons, 1586. [Followed by]: -Les Antiquitez et singularitez de Paris. Livre second. De la Sepulture des Roys, & des Roynes de France, Princes, Princesses & autres persones illustres : Representez par figures ainsi qu'ils se voyent encores a preset es Eglises où ils sont inhumez. Recueillis par Jean Rabel, M. paintre.Paris, Nicolas Bonfons, 1588.2 parts bound in 1 volume 8vo [167 x 103 mm] of: I/ (16) ll., 212; II/ (4) ll. including the title decorated with the arms of Paris, 121 ll. wrongly numbered 119, (3), and 56 full-page engravings. Handwritten ex libris on the title, some slight browning. Bound in contemporary full overlapping vellum, flat spine with handwritten title. Contemporary binding. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Commentarius brevis rerum in orbe gestarum, ab anno salutis M. D. usque in annum M. D. LXXIIII. ex optimis quibusque scriptoribus congestus. Nunc vero recens ab anno M. D. LXX. auctus, & ad annum M. D. LXXXVI. opera & studio Michaelis ab Isselt perductus. Cum indice copiosissimo.

      Köln, G. Calenius und I. Quentel Erben 1586 - 16,5 x 10 cm. Mit Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem Titel. 48 Bl., 1199 S. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln sowie 2 Metallschließen (etwas gebräunt, alter handschriftlicher Rückentitel). Adams 2102 – Sabin 93884 – VD 16 S 10247. – Ausführlicher Bericht über die religiösen Streitigkeiten von 1500 bis 1585, vornehmlich gegen J. Carion und J. Sleidanus gerichtet. Verfasst von dem Kartäuser Laurentius Surius (1522-1578), einem glühenden Katholiken und namhaften Hagiographen und Kirchengeschichtsschreiber aus Lübeck, ergänzt von dem niederländischen Theologen Michael von Isselt (gest. 1596). – “Contains references to Columbus and Vespuccius, and pp. 509-515 relate to Mexico and Florida” (Sabin). – Titel mit handschriftlichem Besitzvermerk und 2 mm Ausschnitt im oberen Rand (kein Textverlust), teilweise etwas gebräunt. Gutes Exemplar, dekorativ gebunden. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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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.

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        Traicté des chiffres, ou Secretes manieres d'escrire.

      1586In-4 (230 x 172 mm), plein vélin rigide cordé à petits rabats (reliure de l'époque), (1) f. blanc, 343 f., (3) p. dachevé dimprimer, privilège et d'errata, titre et impression dans le corps du texte en rouge et noir, figure gravée sur cuivre au v° du titre à la devise de l'auteur, bandeaux, fleurons et culs-de-lampe, environ 140 tableaux, alphabets et diagrammes dans le texte, la plupart imprimés en rouge et noir, 6 planches dépliantes ou doubles hors texte. Paris, Abel L'Angelier, 1586. Edition originale de premier tirage de ce traité fondamental dans lhistoire de la cryptographie moderne, dont le dispositif fondé sur un algorithme révolutionnaire ne fut cassé que près de 300 années plus tard par Charles Babbage et lofficier prussien Friedrich Kasiski (1863).Louvrage est également cité comme un "traité de kabbale de premier ordre" (Caillet) mais aussi comme "un manuel d'épigraphie ancienne, moderne et exotique" et l'un des premiers livres imprimés européens sintéresser à l'écriture chinoise et japonaise, même si, étrangement, la feuille qui devait être consacrée à ces caractères reste vide dans tous les exemplaires connus de ce premier tirage (p. 327).Né à Saint-Pourçain, homme de lettres, poète et traducteur Blaise de Vigenère (1523-1596) pratiquait un grand nombre de langues anciennes et modernes. Alchimiste, mathématicien, kabbaliste, archéologue, important diplomate, historien, secrétaire de la Chambre du Roi, ce contemporain de Michel de Montaigne laissa une uvre immense.(Adams V.743. J. Balsamo et M. Simonin, Abel LAngelier & Françoise de Louvain Galland', n° 167. Caillet, III, n° 11159. J.-S. Galland, Bibliography of the Lit. of Cryptography, 193. 'Blaise de Vigenère, poète et mythographe au temps de Henri III', Cahiers V.L. Saulnier n° 11).Restaurations et quelques taches aux deux premiers feuillets sans perte de texte. 2 petits trous à la page 2. Auréoles claires et rousseurs éparses. Bon exemplaire grand de marges, très bien relié, conservé dans sa première reliure de vélin rigide.

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        Epistolarum libri X. Orationes XIIII. Et Liber De Laudibus Ioannae Austriacae.

      Giunti,, Firenze, 1586 - Folio (cm. 31) - Pp. (12), 226, (2),72, frontespizio con bella stemma Medici-Capello (variante B) e al verso ritratto in rame dell'Autore, capilettera e testatine xilogr. Dedica al granduca Francesco de' Medici. Pergamena settecentesca, con titolo dor. al dorso. Esemplare molto bello, di rara freschezza, antiche firme di possesso al frontespizio. "Edizione insolitamente suntuosa: grandi iniziali e testate finemente incise in legno a figure ed ornati. Caratteri nuovi e molto belli." Camerini, 133. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sermones de tempore et de sanctis. Erste gedruckte Ausgabe des Meffreth. Teile 1 und 3 (Pars hiemalis und De sanctis), ohne Teil 2 (Pars aestivalis).

      231 (von 232, letztes weiß), 198 (letztes weiß) Bl.. Mit Initialspatien, Hunderten von eingemalten Lombarden in Rot und Blau sowie durchgehender Rubrizierung. 2. Hellbrauner geprägter Kalbslederband d. Z. auf schweren, an den Kanten gefasten Holzdeckeln, mit 5 Vorderdeckel- und 4 Schließbeschlägen. Druck in gotischer Type, 2 Spalten und 54-55 Zeilen Blattgröße: 31 x 21,5 cm, Schriftspiegel: 22,5 x 14 cm - ein breitrandiges Exemplar. GW M22646. Vermutlich handelt es sich um einen zeitgenössischen polnischen Ketteneinband, der während der schwedischen Regentschaft (Sigmund III, 1586) nach Schweden gelangte. Auf dem Vorderdeckel mit montiertem Pergament-Titelschild: "Ser. meffert. pars. hiema." (in einer Gotica textualis) Hinterdeckel mit mittig am Kopf montierter Eisenöse (patiniert und angerostet die anzubringende Kette nicht vorhanden) die 5 Deckelbeschläge punziert und durchbrochen, die Schließenbeschläge des Vorderdeckels ebenfalls punziert und mit Monogramm Marias (die Schließenbügel fehlen) die Beschläge aus Messing. Auf dem vorderen Innendeckel eine Titelaufnahme des Frankfurter Antiquariats Baer (nicht dieses Exemplar), von fremder Hand datiert mit 6/10 30, mit Angaben zur Entstehungs- und Editionsgeschichte, sowie das Wappen-Exlibris eines Victor v. Stedingk ("Pomerania 1256 - Suecia 1944") auf Vorsätzen längere hs. Glossen in Schwedisch (Kollation, Edition, Kaufvermerk aus Karlskrona 1922 etc.) meist in Bleistift, darunter der Hinweis, dass es sich bei diesem Exemplar um eine "Kriegsbeute" aus Braunsberg im Ermland/Ostpreußen (heute Braniewo) handelt. Vom Meissener Prediger Meffreth (um 1443, gest. nach 1476) ist fast nur das bekannt, was er in den Prologen seiner Schriften selbst dargestellt hat (vgl. ADB 21, 175f). Seine Stellung ist, trotz der weiten Verbreitung seiner Schriften vom 15. bis 17. Jhdt, bis heute nicht unumstritten: "It is quite impossible to read these sermons without feeling that the preachers great object has been the exhibition of his own ingenuity and learning, not the saving of the souls of his hearers." (Sabine Baring-Gould, in: Wikisource, Post-Mediaeval Preachers/Meffreth, 27. Apr. 2016) Wie immer Baring-Gould zu ihrem Verdikt eines verabsolutierten Narzißmus gelangen mag, der jedenfalls als argumentum ad personam, nicht aber ad theologiam gelten kann, sei dahingestellt, anerkennt sie aber nolens volens Meffreths Gelehrsamkeit, der als Prediger berühmt war, obwohl, wie sie darstellt, er seinen Hörern die Erlösung durch die Gnade der letzten Ölung nicht und niemals gewährte. Seine humane Relativierung des Marienkultes brachte ihm den Vorwurf der Häresie ein: "Weil er die Jungfrau Mariam nicht von der Erbsünde befreyet hielt, wolte ihn Jo. de Lapide einer Ketzerey beschuldigen." (Jöcher III, 353) Umso bemerkenswerter deshalb die mehrfache Bezugnahme auf Maria bei der Einbandgestaltung. Das Exemplar der Augsburger StB hat einen Besitzeintrag mit dem Datum 1485, ist also vorher erschienen ein Kolophon hat vorliegende Ausgabe nicht KVK (Nov. 2016) listet einen Census von 101 Exemplaren oder Fragmenten in öffentlichen Sammlungen auf, darunter auch Kriegsverluste (z. B. Hildesheim). Hinterlegte Fehlstelle am Rücken etwas berieben und fleckig Hinterdeckel lose es fehlt das Blatt p4 des ersten Teils Bl. a1 angeschmutzt, angerändert und hinterlegt Lagen a bis e mit schwachem Wasserfleck im Rand Bl. A1 mit kleinem Papierfehler im Rand ab X mit Wasserfleck im Rand. Trotz der Mängel ein beeindruckendes Exemplar in einem zeitgenössischen Einband.

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        Acta Colloquij Montis Belligartensis: Quod habitum est Anno Christi 1586. Preaside Friderico Comite Wirtenbergico inter clarissimos viros D. Iacobum Andreae & D. Theodorum Bezam..

      Gr.8. 12 Bll., 575 S. Neuer Halbpergamentband. Schottenloher 41367a. Erste Ausgabe des im März 1586 in Mömpelgard abgehaltenen Religionsgespräches zwischen den württ. Theologen Jakob Andreä und Lukas Osiander auf der einen und den eingeladenen calvinistischen Theologen (u. a. Th. Beza) auf der anderen Seite. Auch dieser Einigungsversuch konnte die gegenreformatorische Koalition der Lothringer und Guisen nicht abhalten, die Grafschaft im Winter 1587 militärisch zu erobern. Als engagierter Reformator war Jakob Andreä an zahlreichen Lehrgesprächen und Einigungsverhandlungen zwischen den in lutherische und reformierte Richtungen gespaltenen evangelischen Kirchen beteiligt. Sehr selten! - Papier gebräunt. Bibliotheksstempel auf Titelrückseite. Exlibris.

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        Espeio, y deceplina melitar, por el maestre del campo Francisco de Valdes. En el qual se trata del Officio del Sargento Mayor.

      Brussells: Rutger Velpius, 1586. 4to (20 x 15 cm). 42 numb. lvs. Cont. flexible vellum. With 2 printer's mark engravings and three 4-, 5- and 6-line decorated initials. Very rare copy of one of the most important military works from the second half of the 16th century that revolutionized military science. The only known copy, apart from the Astorga copy. For a full description and more images please visit www.zaalbooks.nl .

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        Theodosii Tripolitae Sphaericorum libri III A Christophoro Clavio... perspicuis demonstrationibus, ac scholijs illustrati Item eiusdem Christophori Clavii Sinus lineae tangentes et secantes triangula rectilinea atque sphaerica

      Ex Typographia Dominici Basae, 1586. In 8 (cm 16 x 21), pp. (8) + 514 + (2). Legatura coeva in piena pergamena con rinforzo in pergamena al dorso. Carte uniformemente brunite, qualche sporadica lieve gora ma nel complesso esemplare in buone condizioni. Annotazioni manoscritte al frontespizio. Stemma della Compagnia di Gesu' impresso al frontespizio e ripetuto all'ultima carta, capilettera, figure geometriche xilografate nel testo, numerose tabelle. Edizione originale del Commento del Clavio a Sphericae (Sphairikon biblia III), l'opera di Teodosio Triopolita (di Bitinia). Clavio non solo spiega compiutamente i tre libri della teoria della sfera dello scienziato tripolita, con sue nuove dimostrazioni e con lÂ'aggiunta di numerosi scolii, ed espone anche una sua teoria completa della trigonometria piana e sferica. ITA

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