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2020-08-07 07:19:44
CANOBBIO, Alessandro (1532/35-1607/8)
Verona, Girolamo Discepolo, 1587. 4to (195x144 mm). [24] leaves. Collation: A-F4. With the woodcut arms of the city of Verona on the title page. Late 18th-century red morocco, panels with gilt floral borders, gilt edges, decorated endpapers (a few scratches). Some very light occasional foxing. A very good copy. VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of the table of contents of a comprehensive chronicle of the city of Verona, intended by Canobbio to show the plan of his Historia intorno la nobiltà e l'antichità di Verona, to which he worked from 1577 to 1604 and which should cover 3436 years of history of the territory. The work was never finished, only the present index and a summary, Breve compendio cavato dalla sua historia di Verona (1598), were published during his lifetime. Apparently the manuscript of the larger work got lost (cf. A. Viviani, Alessandro Canobbio e la sua opera storica, in: "Nova historia", VII/1-2, 1955, pp. 42-52). "Se l'interesse archeologico è prevalente in Torello Saraina ed esclusivo in Onofrio Panvinio, accanto all'archeologia in Alessandro Canobbio si può riscontrare anche una qualificante ricerca archivistica svolta in un'area che talora comprende le città confinanti con Verona. Canobbio stesso nella Tavola data alle stampe nel 1587 per far conoscere quanto aveva raccolto in vista della compilazione di un lavoro che illustrasse "la nobiltà, antichità, et fatti della città di Verona', elenca gli archivi che ha frequentato, esitenti presso le istituzioni civili ed ecclesiastiche più significative per la millenaria storia di Verona. La Tavola secondo il Canobbi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2020-08-02 01:16:36
1587. VOIR DESCRIPTION . PLEASE SEE FULL DESCRIPTION.Possibilité tarif livres et brochures. Titre: psaumes de david (1ère edition.Renaud de Beaune) Auteur: Edition: Gilles Beys - 1587 Collation: IL MANQUE la page de titre et les deux premiers feuillets de la préface, qui semblent ne jamais avoir été reliés (voir photo).4ff.n.ch., 222ff., 10ff.n.ch. ; 20ff. (les feuillets blancs compris) Reliure: Reliure de l'epoque plein veau, bien usagée demeurant solide (voir photos) Format: 11,5/18cm ref:AN2020-742Voir photos ci-dessous.
Bookseller: aalliibbaabbaa.fr (nicolos35) [Lantic, France]
2020-07-30 08:42:02
CANOBBIO, Alessandro (1532/35-1607/8)
Verona: Girolamo Discepolo, 1587. 4to (195x144 mm). [24] leaves. Collation: A-F4. With the woodcut arms of the city of Verona on the title page. Late 18th-century red morocco, panels with gilt floral borders, gilt edges, decorated endpapers (a few scratches). Some very light occasional foxing. A very good copy.VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of the table of contents of a comprehensive chronicle of the city of Verona, intended by Canobbio to show the plan of his Historia intorno la nobiltà e l'antichità di Verona, to which he worked from 1577 to 1604 and which should cover 3436 years of history of the territory. The work was never finished, only the present index and a summary, Breve compendio cavato dalla sua historia di Verona (1598), were published during his lifetime. Apparently the manuscript of the larger work got lost (cf. A. Viviani, Alessandro Canobbio e la sua opera storica, in: "Nova historia", VII/1-2, 1955, pp. 42-52)."Se l'interesse archeologico è prevalente in Torello Saraina ed esclusivo in Onofrio Panvinio, accanto all'archeologia in Alessandro Canobbio si può riscontrare anche una qualificante ricerca archivistica svolta in un'area che talora comprende le città confinanti con Verona. Canobbio stesso nella Tavola data alle stampe nel 1587 per far conoscere quanto aveva raccolto in vista della compilazione di un lavoro che illustrasse 'la nobiltà, antichità, et fatti della città di Verona', elenca gli archivi che ha frequentato, esitenti presso le istituzioni civili ed ecclesiastiche più significative per la millenaria storia di Verona. La Tavola secondo il … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Govi Rare Books LLC [United States]
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2020-07-29 22:30:32
CANOBBIO, Alessandro (1532/35-1607/8)
Verona, Girolamo Discepolo, 1587. 4to (195x144 mm). [24] leaves. Collation: A-F4. With the woodcut arms of the city of Verona on the title page. Late 18th-century red morocco, panels with gilt floral borders, gilt edges, decorated endpapers (a few scratches). Some very light occasional foxing. A very good copy. VERY RARE FIRST EDITION of the table of contents of a comprehensive chronicle of the city of Verona, intended by Canobbio to show the plan of his Historia intorno la nobiltà e l'antichità di Verona, to which he worked from 1577 to 1604 and which should cover 3436 years of history of the territory. The work was never finished, only the present index and a summary, Breve compendio cavato dalla sua historia di Verona (1598), were published during his lifetime. Apparently the manuscript of the larger work got lost (cf. A. Viviani, Alessandro Canobbio e la sua opera storica, in: "Nova historia", VII/1-2, 1955, pp. 42-52). "Se l'interesse archeologico è prevalente in Torello Saraina ed esclusivo in Onofrio Panvinio, accanto all'archeologia in Alessandro Canobbio si può riscontrare anche una qualificante ricerca archivistica svolta in un'area che talora comprende le città confinanti con Verona. Canobbio stesso nella Tavola data alle stampe nel 1587 per far conoscere quanto aveva raccolto in vista della compilazione di un lavoro che illustrasse "la nobiltà, antichità, et fatti della città di Verona', elenca gli archivi che ha frequentato, esitenti presso le istituzioni civili ed ecclesiastiche più significative per la millenaria storia di Verona. La Tavola secondo il Canobbi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Libreria Alberto Govi di F. Govi Sas [Modena, Italy]
2020-07-25 22:05:02
SOARES, Diogo.
[9], [7 blank] pp. (written leaves and blank A6 numbered 268-273).A report by Diogo Soares, Portuguese secretary to Count-Duke Gaspar de Guzmán de Olivares (1587-1645), prime minister of Spain in the years 1621-1643. The Dutch had captured Pernambuco and its surroundings in eastern Brazil from the Portuguese in 1630 and Olivares blamed the successive governors (the Albuquerque family) and turned away from their circles in Lisbon to advisors more closely tied to Olivares himself: Diego Soares in Madrid and his father-in-law and/or brother-in-law Miguel de Vasconcelos in Lisbon. Soares accused the Albuquerques of trying to shift the blame to the monarchy (the united Spanish and Portuguese crowns). In addition to much valuable background information, the document gives details concerning the financing of two armadas for "India", that is the Indies. Brazil was considered part of the West Indies, so the armadas in the present document were probably intended to counter the Dutch in Brazil, one year after the Dutch got a solid footing there.Waterstain at the upper right corner, otherwise in good condition.l For the context: Valdeón Baruque, Revueltas y revoluciones en la historia, p. 72; Michiel van Groesen, ed., The legacy of Dutch Brazil, p. 293-294.
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-25 18:51:12
Venice: Gerolamo Polo excudebat, 1587. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. 431 Years old book. Have normal details for the age. THIS BOOK IS IN NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA, UNITED STATES BIBLIA AD VETVSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA nunc recens castigata IN QVIBUS PRAETER EA QVAE subsequens praefatio indicat , capita singula // ita versibus distincta sunt, // Vt numeri praefixi , Lectorem non remorentur, & loca quasita tanquam digito demonstrent. Cum Licentia Superiorum. VENETIS MDLXXXVII Published by Hieronymus Polus, Venetiis [Venice] (1587) 1126 pages with hundreds of xylographic illustrations in the text, after works by H. Holbein, B. Salomon, and P. Eskrich. 19, 5 cms. 12 hs. S numerar + 1.126 pp. A dos cols. Letras redonda y cursiva. Grabados e iniciales. Reclamos y apostillas. Port. Orlada- V. En Bl. (F. IOHANNIS HENTENII / MECHLINNIENSIS / In Biblia Louanij Anno M.D. XLVIII. excusa atq (ue) castigata / PRAEFATIO -HIERONYMI PROLOGVS / GALEATVS - EPISTOLA /S. HIERONYMI. / AD PAVLINVM PRESBYTERVM / de omnibus diuinae historiae Libris. SANCTI HIERONYMI / PRESBITERI . / IN PENTATEVCHVM MOYSI / PRAEFATIO - INDEX TESTIMONIORVM / A CHRISTO ET APOSTOLIS / In Nouo Testamento citatorum /ex Veteri / Quae huc in id congesta sunt, vt pii lectores, natiuam , quorundan intelligentiam / facile assequi valeant, quae ab ipso Christo vero interprete & Spiritu eius , per Apostolos sit tradita perspiciantque / in quem vsum ea adduxerint Apostoli & Euangelistae ORDO LIBRORVM / VETERIS TESTAMENTI - ORDO LIBRORVM / NOVI TESTAMENTI / CORRECTORIS / IN SACRA BIBLIA AD LECTOREM / PRAEFATI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: forestequijo [Fishers, Indiana, United States]
2020-07-23 09:35:04
PITHOIS (PITHOYS), Claude.
127, [1 blank] pp.Apparently the only surviving copy, not found recorded, of the second (and last) edition of a book devoted to astrolabes, globes, cosmography and geography by the French philosopher Claude Pithois (1587-1676). A two-page foreword addressed "a ceux qui le meritent" notes among other things that the book is useful for people compiling almanacs or writing horoscopes, but does not refer to the earlier edition. A four-page "prelude" in XII numbered points follows, mainly defining terms, then IV numbered treatises: "Traitté de la sphere en general" (on Ptolemaic astrolabes, the earth and the universe: the "sphere artificielle" and "sphere naturelle"), "Traitté de la region celeste" (on the sun, moon, planets and stars, including constellations), "Traitté de la region elementaire" (on the earth, subterranean regions, seas and air, associated with the four elements) and "Traitté des principes de la geographie" (with special emphasis on globes). It is a simple introduction to the subjects, explaining many different terms and concepts. Until now it was known only from the very rare first edition (1641), printed by Pierre Jannon at Sedan. The deliberate destruction of the books of the Protestant Academy at Sedan in 1681 no doubt contributed to the rarity of Sedan books of this period and this one was probably intended for students, who no doubt wore out most copies.With some minor marginal chips, tears and holes, not approaching the text, but otherwise in very good condition and almost entirely untrimmed. The binding is good, with only a few tiny wormholes in the spi … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books (Since 1830) [Netherlands]
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2020-07-18 07:55:08
1587. WELTKARTE ( World ): Kst.- Karte, v. Rumold Mercator n. Gerhard Mercator, 'Orbis Terrae compendiosa descriptio ... A° M.D. Lxxxii', mit altem Grenzkolorit, dat. 1587, 28,5 x 52 Shirley, Nr. 157 und Abb. Plate 129; Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 0001:1A. - Die berühmte Weltkarte Gerhard Mercators 1569 als Wandkarte von 21 Platten gedruckt (siehe Shirley 119, nur 3 Exemplare bekannt) wurde durch seinen Sohn Rumold Mercator noch zu seinen Lebzeiten in eine Karte mit 2 Hemisphären im Atlasformat umgearbeitet. Diese erschien erstmals in einer Ausgabe von Strabos Geographia 1587 in Genf. Hier vorliegend mit lateinischem Rückseitentext, Ausgabe 1613 / 1623 oder 1630 (siehe bei Krogt, Bd. 1, Seite 565). - Mit den bei Shirley beschriebenen Plattenschäden die ab der Ausgabe 1603 auftauchten. Artikelnummer: 318392.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Clemens Paulusch GmbH (cpaulusch) [10178, Germany]
2020-07-17 19:19:14
COSTER, Franz
Antverpiae Chr, Plantinus, 1587. pt. in-8vo, 358 p. (y compris le titre avec vignette gravée sur bois et une notice manuscrite) + 1f. reliure en parchemin d'époque, dos à quatre nerfs, le plat devant avec un encadrement 4 fleurons dans les coins, l'image centrale de la Sainte Vierge à l'enfant, pressée en noir , au verso la crucifixion également pressée en noir, tranches rouges, première page de garde enlevée. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. A l'int. du premier plat une découpage avec la vie de François Coster et ses travaux. Il fut surnommé 'le Marteau de Héretiques'.
Bookseller: Harteveld Livres Anciens SA [Switzerland]
2020-07-17 10:26:43
Borromeo, Carolo ( St. Charles Borromeo )
Coloniae: Apud Maternum Cholinum., 1587. Very Good, some staining to vellum, mostly to rear board, no blank front end page, toning to paste downs and end pages, small name in ink rear end page. Remarkably clean and tight in contemporary vellum binding, contents evenly toned. Paginated 1-320, and 371-425 pp, yet contents are consecutively numbered from p.320 to 371 and appear complete. SCARCE, especially so in such lovely condition. . First German Edition. Vellum. Very Good/No Jacket, As Issued. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books [United States]
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2020-07-17 05:58:04
1587. n Welcome to Mike's Bibles, Books and Coins We are pleased to be listing Bibles from the 1600's to new Bibles just released. We also specialize in Sermons given by the great preachers; including Tyndale, Andrewes, Latimer, Wesley, Spurgeon, Newton, Moody and many more. We have quite a few Prayer Books, devotionals and Hymnbooks. We also have many commentaries, pastoral studies and many biographies. We will be listing many of the Christian classics; Pilgrim's Progress, In His Steps, Saints Everlasting Rest to name a few. One of my favorite Christian authors is Isaac Watts and his Psalms and Hymns. Note: If there is a Theology, Christian Biography, or old Hymnbook that you need-let me know and I will see if I have it or can get it for you. We do list American and English coins-so please visit our store for your needs. Shipping: I do most shipping through the U.S. Postal Service. For Auction-A Rare Early 1587-Quarto-Geneva Bible with a complete dated 1587 dated Psalms in Metre. Darlow and Moule-# 149-This special Bible is painstakingly Ruled in Red Throughout!!!! Bible Measures 6 2/4 by 8 3/4" London-Christopher Barker- Roman letter Font with 2 columns. New Leather Binding-Fine Binding-Brown Leather with Gold on Burgundy Title and 5 raised bands . Remainder of Boards are covered with Marbled-non leather covers. Foredge designs-center, top and Bottom-Beautiful!!!! Contained within: 1. Missing Preliminaries and General Title. 2. Text of Old Testament begins with Genesis 1. First 11 leaves are matching unnumbered and replacement leaves. Pagination begins with 12 and runs th … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: mbbc1611 [Saint Augustine, Florida, United States]
2020-07-17 02:34:27
MERCURIALE, Girolamo.
1587. [24], 502, [16]; [24], 524, [32] pp.Ad 1: Second edition of an extensive collection of Mercurialis’s Consultationes or Consilia: records of advice given to individual patients, including a number of cases relating to mental conditions, especially melancholy, first published in 1587. Mercuriale’s student Michael Columbus edited these and a second volume (1589), while Hieronymus Forliviensis followed by Guilielmus Athenius edited two further volumes 3 and 4 (1597-1604).Girolamo Mercuriale (1530-1606), in Latin Hieronymus Mercurialis, was an Italian philologist and physician, most famous for his work De arte gymnastica. He was called to occupy the chair of practical medicine in Padua in 1569. During this time, he translated the works of Hippocrates, and, armed with this knowledge, wrote De morbis cutaneis (1572), considered the first scientific tract on skin diseases, followed by other works, such as De morbis muliebribus (1582), De morbis puerorum (1583) and De oculorum et aurium affectibus. He remained in Padua until 1587, when he began teaching at the University of Bologna. In 1593, he was called by Ferdinando de' Medici, the Grand Duke of Tuscany, to Pisa.Ad 2: One of the late 16th-century editions of medical observations made by the French professor of medicine at Turin, François Valleriole (1504-1580), in Latin Franciscus Valleriola. The first edition had been the published in Lyon by A. Gryphius in 1573.With bookplate of the library of the Medical Society of the County of Kings (Kings County = Brooklyn, N.Y.), established in 1822, on paste-down and their library s … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: ASHER Rare Books [t Goy Houten, Netherlands]
2020-07-15 18:00:43
CHOLIERES, (Jean Dagoneau, Seigneur de) Also NICOLAS DE CHOLIERES.
Paris Jean Richer. ORIGINAL SECOND EDITION 1587 (first was 1585), French text. 12mo, approximately 135 x 80 mm, 5¼ x 3 inches, printer's pictorial device on title page, a few woodcut head- and tailpieces and initials, leaves: [8], 1-291, [1], numbered on rectos only, making a total of 598 pages, last page misnumbered 191 should be 291, bound in full crushed olive green morocco, triple ruled gilt borders to covers with tiny gilt flower at corners, gilt rules to spine with small gilt lozenge in compartments, gilt titled red morocco label, all edges gilt, ornate gilt decoration to inner dentelles (turn ins), deep pink endpapers. Spine sunned to a tan colour, otherwise binding in very good state, small armorial bookplate of John Chamier on front pastedown, 2 small pale ink marks on title page, some upper margins trimmed not affecting running title, a few pages lightly age-browned, tiny worm track to lower margin from fo. 93-119, small dark spot to leaf 140, no loss of text. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy. Details about the life of Le Sieur de Cholieres (1509?-1592?) has been the subject of considerable research with little outcome. His family name may have been Dagoneau or Dagonneau and he may have been a lawyer at the parliament of Grenoble. He was certainly an erudite "gentilhomme" and poet who devoted himself to the study of science, literature and art. The discussions he embarks on in Les Apres-Disnees, which are full of information on the customs and manners of his day, are a vehicle for his humour and non-conformism which he claims show him to be a modest pupil … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Roger Middleton P.B.F.A. [Oxford, United Kingdom]
2020-07-13 09:59:07
Goltzius, Hendrick
1587. Kupferstich von Hendrick Goltzius, gezeichnet von Bartholomäus Spranger, 40,5 x 85 cm. Der Kupferstich ist von drei Platten gedruckt. Dargestellt ist das Fest der Vermählung des göttlichen Amors mit der sterblichen Königstochter Psyche in den Wolken. Bei Hirschmann findet sich eine genaue Auflistung der dargestellten Figuren: neben Amor und Psyche Nymphen, Satyrn, Kronos, Herkules, Eroten u.w. Unter den Wolken blickt man auf die tief gelegene Erde mit Städten, Küsten und gebirgiger Landschaft. In der rechten unteren Ecke eine Tafel mit der Aufschrift: Barto.vs Sprangers inven. Anno 1587, darunter H. Goltzius sculp. et excud. Im linken Blattbereich hält ein Putto eine Tafel mit einer achtzeiligen lateinischen Widmung für Wolfgang Rumpf. Unter dem Bild in 9 Spalten jeweils vierzeilige Texte in lateinischer Sprache. - Hendrick Goltzius 1558 - 1617, niederländischer Maler, Zeichner und Kupferstecher. Er gilt als hervorragender Vertreter der Graphikkunst in der Zeit des niederländischen Manierismus. Bartholomäus Spranger 1546 - 1611, flämischer Maler, der in Prag lebte und arbeitete. - Gedruckt auf kräftigem Papier, mehrfach gefaltet. Eine Faltstelle an der oberen Blattkante eingerissen; zwei weitere Einrisse; in der linken unteren Ecke Papierausriss mit Textverlust, in der linken oberen Ecke eine kleine Fehlstelle. Schöner, satter Abdruck dieses bedeutenden Prachtblattes.- Hirschmann Nr. 322, I. 202 Gramm. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Tautenhahn [Lübeck, Germany]
2020-07-13 08:32:07
Buone. 1. (1587 ? ) (Santa) TERESA.- (OBRAS). La datazione si evince dal prologo, datato 1587, rivolto ad Ana de Jesus (1545-1621), superiora del monastero di Madrid, da Fr. Luys de Leon (1527-1591). ) Opera che inizia direttamente con il prologo senza frontespizio generale (il primo quaderno è intero), come da unica copia simile (in 16°, la nostra è in 8°) esistente presso Bib.Naz. di Spagna, egualmente senza frontespizio e con identico prologo a firma di Luys de Leon, (vedi ultima foto ). Contiene: - PROLOGO, a las madres priora Ana de Jesus y religiosas carmelitas descalcas del Monasterio de Madrid, el Maestro Fr. LUYS DE LEON . En S. Felipe de Madrid, a 15 de septiembre de 1587. - TABULA de los capitolo deste libros ( La Vida, Camino De Perfection, Las Moradas) - LA VIDA DE LA SANCTA MADRE TERESA DE JESUS - LIBRO LLAMMADO CAMINO DE PERFECTION, CHE ESCRIVIO para sus Monjas la Santa Madre Teresa de IESUS, fundadora de los Monasterios de las Carmelitas Descalcas, a ruego dellas. Antiporta figurata e frontespizio con marca tipografica - AVISOS de la S. Madre Teresa de Jesus para sus Monias- - LIBRO L'LAMADO CASTILLO INTERIOR O LAS MORADAS , Escritto por la Santa Madre Teresa de Jesus, fundadora de las Descalcas Carmelitas, para ellas. Por mandado de su superior y confessor, con frontespizio recante eguale marca tipografica\ - ESCLAMATIONES O MEDITACIONES DEL ALMA A SU DIOS, escritas por la Madre Santa Teresa de Jesus. TABLA, de las Cosas Notables, que contiene todo el libro que escrivio de sua mano, por obediencia de sus confessores nuestra Madre Santa Teresa de Jesus. Al f … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: deciomartina [Taranto, Italy]
2020-07-09 19:57:03
1587. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer.Rare Antique Cuir Livre Over 400 Ans Vieux ! 1587 Roberti Bel Latin Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. RARE ANCIEN LIVRE EN CUIR ANCIEN PLUS DE 400 ANS !! reliure en cuir avec bandes en relief sur le dos auteur Roberto Bellarmino. Robertus Bellarminus Disputationes ROBERTI BEL LARMINI POLITIANI, Societatis Iesv, DE CONTROVERSIIS Christianae Fidel Adversus éditeur / imprimeur Davidis Sartorii (Sartorius) MDLXXXVII. 1587 première édition TEXTE EN LATIN le contenu comprend: des sections Disputationum DE CONTROVERSIIS, CHRISTIANEAE FIDEL, ADVERSUS NOSTRI. temporis Haeretics Tomus primus. 171 pages DE VERBO DEI LIBER PRIMVS CAPVT PRIMVM, & DE VERBI DEI INTERPRETATIONE,. 320 PAGES PRIMI TOMI SECVNDA CONTROVER-SIA GENERALIS, DE CHRISTO CAPITE TOTVS ECCLESIAE, INDEX, LIBER PRIMVS DE CHRISTO PRAEFATIO. CAPTVT PRI-MVM, ETC 422 PAGES. TOTAL DES PAGES 913 RÉSERVEZ LES MESURES d'environ 6 3/4 "par 4 1/2" par 2 1/4 "d'épaisseur. Saint Robert Bellarmine, SJ (italien: Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino; 4 octobre 1542-17 septembre 1621) était un jésuite italien et un cardinal de l'Église catholique. Il était l'une des figures les plus importantes de la contre-réforme. Il a été canonisé en 1930 et nommé docteur de l'Église. Bellarmine est né à Montepulciano, le fils de parents nobles, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bunch of old stuff (scottalbertson) [Nellysford, Virginia, United States]
2020-07-07 12:46:02
La Primaudaye, Pierre de
Philemon de Hus, 1587. Later printing. Vellum. 8vo. ff.(8),339,(23). Complete with the final 2 blank leaves. Woodcut device on title. Orig. vellum front cover stamped with the initials, "I. L." Bookplate of John Earl of Strathmore, i.e. John Lyon (the "I. L." as on the cover, 1663-1712). Very good. This is the second volume of the author's L'ACADEMIE FRANCOISE. It is quite complete in itself, dealing with the philosophy of man. The first volume deals with moral philosophy. The ACADEMIE FRANCOISE is La Primaudaye's most important work; it was first printed in 1 volume in 1577, the second volume first appeared in 1580.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-07-07 09:37:19
PLUTARCH.
A Paris Chez Barthelemy Macé au mont S. Hilair a l'Escu de Bretaigne, 1587. 2 volumes in 1. Large folio, 378 x 235 x 70 mms., [6] + 357 + [1] + 359 - 668 + [88] leaves, with general title-page only, later 18th century half calf, marbled boards, black morocco label; last leaf creased and repaired, upper front joint cracked, volume number on spine obliterated, but generally a good, if rather heavy, copy. With the armorial Corbet d'Avenant bookplate and that or Richard Corbet (1804 - 1877), Adderley bookplate on the front paste-down end-paper and that of Geoffrey Lord Cross of Chelsea on the recto of the front free end-paper. Also, to the left of the vignette on the title-page is the autograph "La Force." It's likely that this is one of several high-profile French generals or high-ranking military officers -- the Dukes of La Force -- two of whom were successively Marshal of France. The autograph thus makes for a pleasant and highly relevant provenance, s Plutarch is one of our chief sources on ancient generals / heads of armies / martial conquest, etc., as he wrote on Alexander the Great, Pyrrhus of Epirus, Julius Caesar, and so on. See . Jacques Amyot (1513 - 1593), sometimes referred to as the French Plutarch, first published this translation in 1574, and this appears to be the second Paris edition. It was Amyot's version of Plutarch that both Philemon Holland and Sir Thomas North translated into English, and, of course, was thus the source for some of Shakespeare's plays. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: John Price Antiquarian Books, ABA, ILAB [LONDON, United Kingdom]
2020-07-07 00:17:45
Ortelius-- Abraham
ONE OF THE EARLIEST MAPS OF SOUTHEAST ASIA "Indiae Orientalis Insularumque Adiacentium Typus" It is also one of the most important to appear in Abraham Ortelius' Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Published in Antwerp, 1587. Ortelius includes early European depictions of both Japan and China and is the first to name Formosa (Taiwan). The Philippines and East Indies or Spice Islands are shown based upon Portuguese and Spanish sources, and before their penetration by the Dutch. Japan is shown in kite form, as a large oval island with chains of smaller islands to the north and south. The map also shows parts of the American northwest, including the cities of Quiuira, Cicuie and Tigeux. Verso French text. Original hand colouring. Size: 34,9 x 49,8 cm. Price: Euro2.850,- (excl. VAT/BTW).
Bookseller: Inter-Antiquariaat MEFFERDT & DE JONGE [Netherlands]
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2020-07-03 07:46:10
SALZBURG - ORTELIUS, Abraham.
1587. Orig.-Kupferkarte. Blattgr. ca. 41 x 54 cm. Bildauschn. 34 x 44 cm. In sehr gutem, sauberen Zustand. van den Broeke 107 - Kupferstichkarte nach Markus Setznagel. Mit einer Ansicht auf die Stadt Salzburg in der rechten unteren Ecke - Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598 Antwerp) published the first modern uniform Atlas, Theatrum Orbis Terrarum.
Bookseller: Antiquariat Burgverlag [Austria]
2020-07-01 16:36:11
La Primaudaye, Pierre de
Philemon de Hus, 1587. Later printing. Vellum. 8vo. ff.(8),339,(23). Complete with the final 2 blank leaves. Woodcut device on title. Orig. vellum front cover stamped with the initials, "I. L." Bookplate of John Earl of Strathmore, i.e. John Lyon (the "I. L." as on the cover, 1663-1712). Very good. This is the second volume of the author's L'ACADEMIE FRANCOISE. It is quite complete in itself, dealing with the philosophy of man. The first volume deals with moral philosophy. The ACADEMIE FRANCOISE is La Primaudaye's most important work; it was first printed in 1 volume in 1577, the second volume first appeared in 1580.
Bookseller: Golden Door Books (blueturtle405) [Santa Monica, California, United States]
2020-06-28 17:24:06
Venice: Gerolamo Polo excudebat, 1587. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. 431 Years old book. Have normal details for the age. THIS BOOK IS IN NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA, UNITED STATES BIBLIA AD VETVSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA nunc recens castigata IN QVIBUS PRAETER EA QVAE subsequens praefatio indicat , capita singula // ita versibus distincta sunt, // Vt numeri praefixi , Lectorem non remorentur, & loca quasita tanquam digito demonstrent. Cum Licentia Superiorum. VENETIS MDLXXXVII Published by Hieronymus Polus, Venetiis [Venice] (1587) 1126 pages with hundreds of xylographic illustrations in the text, after works by H. Holbein, B. Salomon, and P. Eskrich. 19, 5 cms. 12 hs. S numerar + 1.126 pp. A dos cols. Letras redonda y cursiva. Grabados e iniciales. Reclamos y apostillas. Port. Orlada- V. En Bl. (F. IOHANNIS HENTENII / MECHLINNIENSIS / In Biblia Louanij Anno M.D. XLVIII. excusa atq (ue) castigata / PRAEFATIO -HIERONYMI PROLOGVS / GALEATVS - EPISTOLA /S. HIERONYMI. / AD PAVLINVM PRESBYTERVM / de omnibus diuinae historiae Libris. SANCTI HIERONYMI / PRESBITERI . / IN PENTATEVCHVM MOYSI / PRAEFATIO - INDEX TESTIMONIORVM / A CHRISTO ET APOSTOLIS / In Nouo Testamento citatorum /ex Veteri / Quae huc in id congesta sunt, vt pii lectores, natiuam , quorundan intelligentiam / facile assequi valeant, quae ab ipso Christo vero interprete & Spiritu eius , per Apostolos sit tradita perspiciantque / in quem vsum ea adduxerint Apostoli & Euangelistae ORDO LIBRORVM / VETERIS TESTAMENTI - ORDO LIBRORVM / NOVI TESTAMENTI / CORRECTORIS / IN SACRA BIBLIA AD LECTOREM / PRAEFATI … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-28 15:24:06
DOCUMENTO MANUSCRITO. SIGLO XVI. VENTA DE CENSO
Sin editorial(1587). En la Villa de Madrid, 12 de Henero de 1587.- 11 folios de esmerada y limpia caligrafía; In Folio (31 x 22 cm); Atao con cordel.* ----------AVISO CORONAVIRUS: ADEMAS DE LOS PROTOCOLOS DE SEGURIDAD LLEVADOS A CABO POR LAS EMPRESAS DE TRANSPORTE, ESTAMOS VAPORIZANDO TODOS NUESTROS LIBROS CON UNA SOLUCION DE AGUA Y LEJIA ANTES DE EMPAQUETARLOS / CORONAVIRUS NOTICE: IN ADDITION TO THE SAFETY PROTOCOLS CARRIED OUT BY THE TRANSPORTATION COMPANIES, WE ARE VAPORIZING ALL OUR BOOKS WITH A SOLUTION OF WATER AND BLEACH BEFORE PACKING THEM---------- Estado general magnífico, salvo el último folio que tiene en la página final unas manchas amarillas y algo de fatiga. Sello tampón de anterior propietario en el penúltimo folio. DERECHO ESPAÑOL DE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII; Libro en español
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2020-06-23 18:19:37
CIGNANO, Ludovico.
Quieta solitudine di varii ragionamenti, discorsi, et concetti, ove si narra quattro navigationi ... Bologna, Alessandro Benacci, 1587 Small 4to (21 x 15 cm). With the woodcut coat of arms of the dedicatee Giovanni Luigi Scappi. Goatskin morocco (ca. 1870/80?), richly gold-tooled spine and turn-ins, signed in foot of front turn-in by the Paris bookbinders "DARLAUD FRÈRES". 166 pp. First and only edition of a fascinating combination of Italian Renaissance travel account, literature and philosophy. The publication is rare and hardly appears in the literature, so it is little known and provides a wealth of curious information. Real and imaginary stories of mercantile voyages to the East are combined with philosophical reflections on travel, in an endeavour to lift travel to a higher philosophical level. There are seven numbered chapters (each called a "spatio"). The fourth chapter lays out an extensive trade route from Italy to India that runs through the Arabian Peninsula, resembling the famous Silk Route. It names many Arabian locations including Aleppo, Mecca, Hormuz and Basra. The final destinations are the cities of Magalore and Canonore (Kannur) on the Indian west coast, which are reached via Cambaia (Khambhat). Another chapter tells the story of a mercantile voyage by ship to China, with a stopover in India. The traveller describes a stay of several days in Calicut (Kozhikode), where they acquired a certain liqueur from a tree that was "molto buono, & excellente". Some of the other destinations, as well as the names of some of the people and ships, seem to be allegorica … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-18 12:41:03
Weltkarte ( World )
mit altem Grenzkolorit,, dat. 1587, 28,5 x 52 "Shirley, Nr. 157 und Abb. Plate 129; Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 0001:1A. - Die berühmte Weltkarte Gerhard Mercators 1569 als Wandkarte von 21 Platten gedruckt (siehe Shirley 119, nur 3 Exemplare bekannt) wurde durch seinen Sohn Rumold Mercator noch zu seinen Lebzeiten in eine Karte mit 2 Hemisphären im Atlasformat umgearbeitet. Diese erschien erstmals in einer Ausgabe von Strabos Geographia 1587 in Genf. Hier vorliegend mit lateinischem Rückseitentext, Ausgabe 1613 / 1623 oder 1630 (siehe bei Krogt, Bd. 1, Seite 565). - Mit den bei Shirley beschriebenen Plattenschäden die ab der Ausgabe 1603 auftauchten."
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2020-06-15 11:17:57
[MARTIAL d'Auvergne].
LIII. arrests d'amours. Arresta amorum. Accuratissimis Benedicti Curtii Symphoriani commentariis ad utrusque iuris rationem, forensiumque actionum usum quàm acutissimè accommodata. Le tout diligemment reveu & corrigé en une infinité d'endroits outre les precedentes impressions.Rouen, Thomas Mallard, 1587. 16mo. With title within an ornamental woodcut border. 19th-century gold-tooled red sheepskin. 899 [=897], [58], [1 blank] pp. First newly enlarged edition of Arrêts d'Amour ("Rulings of love"), a collection of fictional lawsuits concerning love by the attorney and poet Martial d'Auvergne (ca. 1420-1508). "The ... imitate strictly the style and procedures used at the Parlement and employ the compulsory juridical formulas. Each ruling begins with the statement of the case, followed by the oral debate in which the different parties confront one another. Finally the conclusions of the Parlement of Love are given in a ruling" (Van Dixhoorn & Speakman Sutch). As such it's an interesting combination between law and literature, mocking both the absurdities of gallantry and the French juridical system.It was first published ca. 1460/65 containing 51 "arrests", editions with the 52nd arrest by Gilles d'Aurigny appeared from ca. 1540, and the 53rd arrest was here published for the first time and added as supplement after the index. The work stayed popular until the 18th century, and was imitated by La Fontaine.With some modern annotations on flyleaf, title-page subtly restored, appearing only slightly rubbed. Very good copy. Brunet III, col. 1484; Gay & Lemmonyer I, cols. 272-273; cf … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-15 11:17:50
[CAMILLI, Camillo (translator)].
Historia del nobile, et valoroso Cavalier. Felice Magno, figliuolo del Re Falangrè della Gran Brettagna, & della Reina Clarinta, nella quale si raccontano i suoi grandi, & maravigliosi fatti tradotta con somma diligenza di Spagnuolo in lingua Italiana.Verona, Sebastiano dalle Donne for Francesco de Franceschi Senese, 1587. 8vo. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. [12], 298 ll. Rare first and only(?) edition of the Italian translation of the first (and only published?) part of a chivalric romance, generally known as the Félix Magno, translated by Camillo Camilli (d. 1615). The original Spanish was first published in four parts at Barcelona by Carlos Amorós in 1531 entitled Los cuatro libros del valerosisimo caballero Félix Magno. The romance deals with the life and history of Félix Magno, the son of King Falángriz of Great Britain and Queen Clarinea, on a quest for glory. A large part of the work is dedicated to struggles with Moors and Turks. Like most chivalric novels, it was heavily influenced by stories of King Arthur and similar romances like Amadis de Gaule. Our copy contains only the first part (with the running title Fatti di Felicemagno - parte prima through the whole work), and it appears the other parts were not published in translation at all. Lacking the final leaf containing only the colophon and its blank verso. With two owner's entries on paste-down. Small marginal hole on the title-page and following 3 leaves, very slightly browned with some occasional minor foxing. Binding with a few holes and the foot of the back board slightly damaged. Overall in good … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-15 10:40:19
ZEHENDTNER VOM ZEHENDTGRÜB, Paul.
Ordenliche Beschreibung mit was stattlichen Ceremonien und Zierlichheiten, die Röm. Kay. May. unser aller gnedigster Herr, samt etlich andern Ertzhertzogen, Fürsten und Herrn, den Orden dess Guldin Flüss, in disem [15]85. Jahr zu Prag und Landshüt, empfangen und angenommen. Dillingen, Johann Mayer, 1587. 4to (20 x 15.5 cm). With title printed in red and black, 7 full-page engraved illustrations (showing the collar (chain) of the Order, the Emperor Rudolf II in his robes and 5 coat-of-arms), and 13 large folding engraved plates showing the splendid ceremonies held at Prague and Landshut, probably all drawn by Anthony Boys. Contemporary gold-tooled tanned sheepskin; rebacked with most of the original backstrip laid down. [1], [1 blank], 155, [1], [2 blank] pp. Rare first and only edition (especially rare with all 20 plates) of a richly illustrated account on the receipt of the Order of the Golden Fleece by the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolph II and several members of his family and his entourage, mostly at Prague. The book opens with a history of the Order of the Golden Fleece. The illustrations are attributed to Anthony Boys, Bays or Waiss (ca. 1545?-post 1593), who was appointed court painter to the Archduke Ferdinand of Austria in 1579 and is best known as a portrait painter for the courts of the Austrian Habsburg Emperors. The text was written by Archduke Ferdinand's secretary, Paul Zehendter. The full-page plates include the coats-of-arms of Christoffel d'Assonleville (1528-1607); Wilhelm de S. Clemente, Rudolf's ambassador to Spain; Alexandre le Blancq, Seigneur de Meurchin … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-13 20:14:03
1587. Titolo: Psalmi, litaniae et preces quae a' Societate Misericordiae sub invocatione Sancti Ioannis Decollati nationis Florentine in Urbe dici solent pro iis qui morte damnati ad supplicium deducendi sunt Luogo di stampa: Romae Editore: s.e. Anno: 1587 Condizioni: leggere attentamente la descrizione nella scheda In 16, pp. (8b) + 39 + (9b). Fr. nero e rosso. Bella vignetta inc. all'acq. al fr. raff. San Giovanni Decollato. Testo stampato in nero e rosso. Capilettera figg. Tarletto alle prime 5 cc. Antica cart. rustica. Rarissima raccolta di salmi, litanie e preghiere in lingua latina utilizzati dai membri della confraternita romana della Misericordia per accompagnare i condannati a morte nel momento estremo. Questa confraternita nacque a Firenze alla fine del 1400 con il nome di 'Confraternita di San Giovanni Decollato dei Fiorentini' con lo scopo di confortare i condannati a morte durante gli ultimi istanti di vita, e, una volta giustiziati, di dar loro dignitosa sepoltura. Nel 1490, Papa Innocenzo VIII canonizzo' la loro opera umanitaria con una Bolla Pontificia. La Confraternita divento' quindi 'Privilegia Venerabilis Arciconfraternitas Sancti Joannis Decollati', detta della 'Misericordia della Nazione Fiorentina in Roma'. Il Papa concesse alla confraternita come sede l'antichissima chiesa di S. Maria de Fovea. Alla vigilia di un'esecuzione, i Confratelli uscivano da una porticina della casa dell'Arciconfraternita nei loro sai e mantelli neri, dirigendosi verso le carceri di Tor di Nona o di Corte Savella, al lume di candela, e accompagnati dal suono di una campanell … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-11 06:26:18
Masini, Nicolò
Cesena: Bartolomeo Raverio, 1587. The Earliest Monograph on Chilled Wine & Cold Beverages, Bound in a Lovely Contemporary Binding8vo. Title within an elaborate woodcut architectural border, one full page woodcut in the text, woodcut initials, and a woodcut printer's device on final page. 38 p.l., 303, [1] pp. Ornate contemporary limp vellum, some restorations to the corners and edges of the boards. The FIRST EDITION of this rare Cesena imprint, the first monograph on the harmful effects of the use of ice for cooling beverages, especially wine. Andre Simon, when writing about Masini in his bibliography of early wine books, described the work as "Le plus complet des traités sur les bienfaits et méfaits de la glace employée pour rafraîchir ou frapper le vin et autres boissons" (Bibliotheca Bacchica, no. 440). Masini's theories reflected those of his time, "when the members of the medical faculties of Europe were almost unanimous in their condemnation of the growing practice among the rich and fashionable of drinking their wine, water and sweet beverages chilled with snow" (David, Harvest of the cold months, p. 6). Masini begins with a discussion of the humoral theories of Galen and Avicenna, and then criticizes the drinking of excessively cold drinks, saying that they can be damaging to the body. For Masini, the damage occurs because extremely cold drinks, such as wine, can penetrate into the blood and lead to coagulation, and even sudden death. He also explains how the pleasure of swallowing a cold drink is but brief, and is only caused by the numbed sense of taste in the … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-10 16:06:25
Antoninus Of Florence; Antonino
Ex Officina Juntarum, Et Pauli Guittii, 1587. [128], 568 [ie. 558], [2] ; 780; [4], 809, [3] pp. This set is complete, three hardcover volumes, folios, bound in marbled leather. Each volume spine is divided by four raised bands into five compartments; with gilt designs and leather labels in compartments. The binding are handsome; mostly smooth; one volume with more substantial chipping at top, another leather spine panel missing at bottom, boards are scuffed, back of Vol. I considerably scuffed. All boards are firmly attached. Pages show some age toning but are sharply printed, book blocks solid, pages firmly bound. This is a scarce and handsome 3 volume folio set of the complete ancient and medieval chronicles by the important medieval Dominican friar and saint, Antoninus of Florence; who served as archbishop and an ambassador of Florence under the Medicis. This fascinating and comprehensive history begins with Adam and Eve and ends with medieval and Renaissance Florence under the Medicis. It is handsomely bound in full leather and includes beautiful engraved head and tail pieces and engraved initials. Scarce to the trade. . Antoninus' fascinating history, here in the original Latin is at the border between medieval chronicle styles and a newer Renaissances style - it is only now being studied intensively. He is a most valuable source for the medieval history of his own times, particularly because he played a central role in one of the most important cities of his era -- Florence under the powerful Medicis. His chronicle is packed with accounts of ancient and medieval hist … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-10 14:12:10
[MARTIAL d'Auvergne].
LIII. arrests d'amours. Arresta amorum. Accuratissimis Benedicti Curtii Symphoriani commentariis ad utrusque iuris rationem, forensiumque actionum usum quàm acutissimè accommodata. Le tout diligemment reveu & corrigé en une infinité d'endroits outre les precedentes impressions.Rouen, Thomas Mallard, 1587. 16mo. With title within an ornamental woodcut border. 19th-century gold-tooled red sheepskin. 899 [=897], [58], [1 blank] pp. First newly enlarged edition of Arrêts d'Amour ("Rulings of love"), a collection of fictional lawsuits concerning love by the attorney and poet Martial d'Auvergne (ca. 1420-1508). "The ... imitate strictly the style and procedures used at the Parlement and employ the compulsory juridical formulas. Each ruling begins with the statement of the case, followed by the oral debate in which the different parties confront one another. Finally the conclusions of the Parlement of Love are given in a ruling" (Van Dixhoorn & Speakman Sutch). As such it's an interesting combination between law and literature, mocking both the absurdities of gallantry and the French juridical system.It was first published ca. 1460/65 containing 51 "arrests", editions with the 52nd arrest by Gilles d'Aurigny appeared from ca. 1540, and the 53rd arrest was here published for the first time and added as supplement after the index. The work stayed popular until the 18th century, and was imitated by La Fontaine.With some modern annotations on flyleaf, title-page subtly restored, appearing only slightly rubbed. Very good copy. Brunet III, col. 1484; Gay & Lemmonyer I, cols. 272-273; cf … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Antiquariaat FORUM [Utrecht, The Netherlands]
2020-06-10 14:12:03
[CAMILLI, Camillo (translator)].
Historia del nobile, et valoroso Cavalier. Felice Magno, figliuolo del Re Falangrè della Gran Brettagna, & della Reina Clarinta, nella quale si raccontano i suoi grandi, & maravigliosi fatti tradotta con somma diligenza di Spagnuolo in lingua Italiana.Verona, Sebastiano dalle Donne for Francesco de Franceschi Senese, 1587. 8vo. Contemporary limp sheepskin parchment. [12], 298 ll. Rare first and only(?) edition of the Italian translation of the first (and only published?) part of a chivalric romance, generally known as the Félix Magno, translated by Camillo Camilli (d. 1615). The original Spanish was first published in four parts at Barcelona by Carlos Amorós in 1531 entitled Los cuatro libros del valerosisimo caballero Félix Magno. The romance deals with the life and history of Félix Magno, the son of King Falángriz of Great Britain and Queen Clarinea, on a quest for glory. A large part of the work is dedicated to struggles with Moors and Turks. Like most chivalric novels, it was heavily influenced by stories of King Arthur and similar romances like Amadis de Gaule. Our copy contains only the first part (with the running title Fatti di Felicemagno - parte prima through the whole work), and it appears the other parts were not published in translation at all. Lacking the final leaf containing only the colophon and its blank verso. With two owner's entries on paste-down. Small marginal hole on the title-page and following 3 leaves, very slightly browned with some occasional minor foxing. Binding with a few holes and the foot of the back board slightly damaged. Overall in good … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-10 01:06:41
Antoninus Of Florence; Antonino
Lyon: Ex Officina Juntarum, Et Pauli Guittii, 1587. Lyon: Ex Officina Juntarum, Et Pauli Guittii. Good with no dust jacket. 1587. Leather. [128], 568 [ie. 558], [2] ; 780; [4], 809, [3] pp. This set is complete, three hardcover volumes, folios, bound in marbled leather. Each volume spine is divided by four raised bands into five compartments; with gilt designs and leather labels in compartments. The binding are handsome; mostly smooth; one volume with more substantial chipping at top, another leather spine panel missing at bottom, boards are scuffed, back of Vol. I considerably scuffed. All boards are firmly attached. Pages show some age toning but are sharply printed, book blocks solid, pages firmly bound. This is a scarce and handsome 3 volume folio set of the complete ancient and medieval chronicles by the important medieval Dominican friar and saint, Antoninus of Florence; who served as archbishop and an ambassador of Florence under the Medicis. This fascinating and comprehensive history begins with Adam and Eve and ends with medieval and Renaissance Florence under the Medicis. It is handsomely bound in full leather and includes beautiful engraved head and tail pieces and engraved initials. Scarce to the trade. . Antoninus' fascinating history, here in the original Latin is at the border between medieval chronicle styles and a newer Renaissances style - it is only now being studied intensively. He is a most valuable source for the medieval history of his own times, particularly because he played a central role in one of the most important cities of hi … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-02 01:33:27
Andrea, Jakob|Bèze, Théodore de
Tübingen, Georg Gruppenbach/2nd work: Rostock, Stephan Müllman, 1587. 2 works in 1 binding, (28) 988, (99) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, brass corner-pieces and clasps on straps, 4° (The straps and clasps are renewed, the catches on the front cover are contemporary. Spine-ends split at the hinges, mostly on the right side. No free endpapers in the front and quite some wormholes in the margins of the second half of the text-block, lacks page 875/876. The acts of the Mompelgard Colloquium, also called the Colloquy of Montbéliard. At this theological debate, held in 1586, Andreae and Beza met to discuss the Augsburg Confession. erman theologian Jakob Andreae (1528-1590) represented the Lutheran side while French theologian Théodore de Bèze (1519-1605) represented the Calvinist side. They discussed the doctrines of the Lord's Supper, the person of Christ, predestination, the use of pictures and ceremonies. The main purpose of the Colloquy was to determine if the Lutherans and Reformed were in sufficient agreement on the doctrine of the Eucharist to permit intercommunion. G The second work contains an anonymously published polemical work concerning a.o. the Lord's Supper which follow-up the previous work.)
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Venice: Gerolamo Polo excudebat, 1587. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. 431 Years old book. Have normal details for the age. THIS BOOK IS IN NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA, UNITED STATES BIBLIA AD VETVSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA nunc recens castigata IN QVIBUS PRAETER EA QVAE subsequens praefatio indicat , capita singula // ita versibus distincta sunt, // Vt numeri praefixi , Lectorem non remorentur, & loca quasita tanquam digito demonstrent. Cum Licentia Superiorum. VENETIS MDLXXXVII Published by Hieronymus Polus, Venetiis [Venice] (1587) 1126 pages with hundreds of xylographic illustrations in the text, after works by H. Holbein, B. Salomon, and P. Eskrich. 19, 5 cms. 12 hs. S numerar + 1.126 pp. A dos cols. Letras redonda y cursiva. Grabados e iniciales. Reclamos y apostillas. Port. Orlada- V. En Bl. (F. IOHANNIS HENTENII / MECHLINNIENSIS / In Biblia Louanij Anno M.D. XLVIII. excusa atq (ue) castigata / PRAEFATIO -HIERONYMI PROLOGVS / GALEATVS - EPISTOLA /S. HIERONYMI. / AD PAVLINVM PRESBYTERVM / de omnibus diuinae historiae Libris. SANCTI HIERONYMI / PRESBITERI . / IN PENTATEVCHVM MOYSI / PRAEFATIO - INDEX TESTIMONIORVM / A CHRISTO ET APOSTOLIS / In Nouo Testamento citatorum /ex Veteri / Quae huc in id congesta sunt, vt pii lectores, natiuam , quorundan intelligentiam / facile assequi valeant, quae ab ipso Christo vero interprete & Spiritu eius , per Apostolos sit tradita perspiciantque / in quem vsum ea adduxerint Apostoli & Euangelistae ORDO LIBRORVM / VETERIS TESTAMENTI - ORDO LIBRORVM / NOVI TESTAMENTI / CORRECTORIS / IN SACRA BIBLIA AD LECTOREM / PRAEFATI … [Click Below for Full Description]
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2020-06-01 16:15:06
Andrea, Jakob|Bèze, Théodore de
Tübingen, Georg Gruppenbach/2nd work: Rostock, Stephan Müllman, 1587. 2 works in 1 binding, (28) 988, (99) p. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum with raised bands, brass corner-pieces and clasps on straps, 4° (The straps and clasps are renewed, the catches on the front cover are contemporary. Spine-ends split at the hinges, mostly on the right side. No free endpapers in the front and quite some wormholes in the margins of the second half of the text-block, lacks page 875/876. The acts of the Mompelgard Colloquium, also called the Colloquy of Montbéliard. At this theological debate, held in 1586, Andreae and Beza met to discuss the Augsburg Confession. erman theologian Jakob Andreae (1528-1590) represented the Lutheran side while French theologian Théodore de Bèze (1519-1605) represented the Calvinist side. They discussed the doctrines of the Lord's Supper, the person of Christ, predestination, the use of pictures and ceremonies. The main purpose of the Colloquy was to determine if the Lutherans and Reformed were in sufficient agreement on the doctrine of the Eucharist to permit intercommunion. G The second work contains an anonymously published polemical work concerning a.o. the Lord's Supper which follow-up the previous work.)
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2020-05-29 07:10:39
1587. Les commandes réalisées à partir des États-Unis, peuvent être soumises à des taxes d'importation et droits de douane, que l'acheteur est tenu responsable de payer.Rare Antique Cuir Livre Over 400 Ans Vieux ! 1587 Roberti Bel Latin Cette fiche produit est originalement écrite en anglais. Veuillez trouver ci dessous une traduction automatique en français. Si vous avez des questions veuillez nous contacter. RARE ANCIEN LIVRE EN CUIR ANCIEN PLUS DE 400 ANS !! reliure en cuir avec bandes en relief sur le dos auteur Roberto Bellarmino. Robertus Bellarminus Disputationes ROBERTI BEL LARMINI POLITIANI, Societatis Iesv, DE CONTROVERSIIS Christianae Fidel Adversus éditeur / imprimeur Davidis Sartorii (Sartorius) MDLXXXVII. 1587 première édition TEXTE EN LATIN le contenu comprend: des sections Disputationum DE CONTROVERSIIS, CHRISTIANEAE FIDEL, ADVERSUS NOSTRI. temporis Haeretics Tomus primus. 171 pages DE VERBO DEI LIBER PRIMVS CAPVT PRIMVM, & DE VERBI DEI INTERPRETATIONE,. 320 PAGES PRIMI TOMI SECVNDA CONTROVER-SIA GENERALIS, DE CHRISTO CAPITE TOTVS ECCLESIAE, INDEX, LIBER PRIMVS DE CHRISTO PRAEFATIO. CAPTVT PRI-MVM, ETC 422 PAGES. TOTAL DES PAGES 913 RÉSERVEZ LES MESURES d'environ 6 3/4 "par 4 1/2" par 2 1/4 "d'épaisseur. Saint Robert Bellarmine, SJ (italien: Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino; 4 octobre 1542-17 septembre 1621) était un jésuite italien et un cardinal de l'Église catholique. Il était l'une des figures les plus importantes de la contre-réforme. Il a été canonisé en 1930 et nommé docteur de l'Église. Bellarmine est né à Montepulciano, le fils de parents nobles, … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bunch of old stuff (scottalbertson) [Nellysford, Virginia, United States]
2020-05-28 18:18:05
1587. Condition: Ottime condizioni. Quando si ordina dagli Stati Uniti, i pacchi possono essere soggetti a tasse di importazione e dazi doganali, che l'acqirente è tenuto a pagare.Raro Antico Pelle Libro Sopra 400 Anni Old! 1587 Roberti Bel Latino Questo foglio informativo sul prodotto è stato originariamente stilato in lingua inglese. Si prega di consultare appresso una traduzione automatica dello stesso in lingua italiani. Per ogni domanda, si invita cortesemente a contattarci. Raro antico libro in pelle antico oltre 400 anni !! rilegatura in pelle con fasce rialzate sul dorso autore Roberto Bellarmino. Robertus Bellarminus Controversie ROBERTI BEL LARMINI POLITIANI, Societatis Iesv, DE CONTROVERSIIS Christianae Fidel Adversus editore / stampante Davidis Sartorii (Sartorius) MDLXXXVII. 1587 prima edizione TESTO IN LATINO il contenuto include: sezioni Disputationum DE CONTROVERSIIS, CHRISTIANEAE FIDEL, ADVERSUS NOSTRI. temporis Haeretics Tomus primus. 171 pagine DE VERBO DEI LIBER PRIMVS CAPVT PRIMVM E DE VERBI DEI INTERPRETATIONE,. 320 PAGINE PRIMI TOMI SECVNDA CONTROVER-SIA GENERALIS, DE CHRISTO CAPITE TOTVS ECCLESIAE, INDICE, LIBER PRIMVS DE CHRISTO PRAEFATIO. PAGTVT PRI-MVM, ETC 422 PAGINE. TOTALE PAGINE 913 MISURE DEL LIBRO circa 6 3/4 "di 4 1/2" di 2 1/4 "di spessore. Santo Robert Bellarmine, SJ (italiano: Roberto Francesco Romolo Bellarmino; 4 ottobre 1542 - 17 settembre 1621) fu un gesuita italiano e un cardinale della Chiesa cattolica. Era una delle figure più importanti nella Controriforma. Fu canonizzato nel 1930 e nominato dottore della Chiesa. Bellarmino nacqu … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: bunch of old stuff (scottalbertson) [Nellysford, Virginia, United States]
2020-05-21 10:38:28
Venice: Gerolamo Polo excudebat, 1587. Antique, authentic, original edition, POST INCUNABULA BIBLE. 431 Years old book. Have normal details for the age. Price in abebook is 7.072. THIS BOOK IS IN NOBLESVILLE, INDIANA, UNITED STATES BIBLIA AD VETVSTISSIMA EXEMPLARIA nunc recens castigata IN QVIBUS PRAETER EA QVAE subsequens praefatio indicat , capita singula // ita versibus distincta sunt, // Vt numeri praefixi , Lectorem non remorentur, & loca quasita tanquam digito demonstrent. Cum Licentia Superiorum. VENETIS MDLXXXVII Published by Hieronymus Polus, Venetiis [Venice] (1587) 1126 pages with hundreds of xylographic illustrations in the text, after works by H. Holbein, B. Salomon, and P. Eskrich. 19, 5 cms. 12 hs. S numerar + 1.126 pp. A dos cols. Letras redonda y cursiva. Grabados e iniciales. Reclamos y apostillas. Port. Orlada- V. En Bl. (F. IOHANNIS HENTENII / MECHLINNIENSIS / In Biblia Louanij Anno M.D. XLVIII. excusa atq (ue) castigata / PRAEFATIO -HIERONYMI PROLOGVS / GALEATVS - EPISTOLA /S. HIERONYMI. / AD PAVLINVM PRESBYTERVM / de omnibus diuinae historiae Libris. SANCTI HIERONYMI / PRESBITERI . / IN PENTATEVCHVM MOYSI / PRAEFATIO - INDEX TESTIMONIORVM / A CHRISTO ET APOSTOLIS / In Nouo Testamento citatorum /ex Veteri / Quae huc in id congesta sunt, vt pii lectores, natiuam , quorundan intelligentiam / facile assequi valeant, quae ab ipso Christo vero interprete & Spiritu eius , per Apostolos sit tradita perspiciantque / in quem vsum ea adduxerint Apostoli & Euangelistae ORDO LIBRORVM / VETERIS TESTAMENTI - ORDO LIBRORVM / NOVI TESTAMENTI / CORRECTORIS / IN SACRA BI … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: forestequijo [Fishers, Indiana, United States]
2020-05-18 13:40:31
Diaet, Gesundheit und richtige Lebensführung - Lorichius, Jodocus
Ingolstadt, Wolfgang Eder für Adam Berg (in München), 1587. 8°, circa 17 x 11,5 cm., 16 Bll., 578 SS., 1 Bl.. Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln mit Schliessenresten und gekalktem Rücken VD 16, L 2527; Adams L 1505; Stalla 1003. Kurioses medizinisch-theologisches Werk über die Sorgfalt für den eigenen Körper, geschrieben für Kleriker aber auch Laien. Der Autor gibt diätetische Ratschläge, warnt vor zu starkem Lachen und ausufernden Gelagen. Ein Kapitel ist Erscheinungen gewidmet, weite Strecken behandeln verschiedene Arten von Luxus, die Folgen von zuviel Müssiggang und Untätigkeit etc. Ferner beschrieben werden verschiedene Leiden und Krankheiten und wie man am besten mit ihnen umgeht. Lorichius (1540-1612) war Theologieprofessor an der Universität Freiburg im Breisgau. - Kaum gebräunt oder stockig, Titel mit alten kleinen Besitzvermerken recto und alten Stempeln (auch Duplumstempel der königlichen Bibliothek in München), Vorsatz mit altem Vermerk "Duplum Bibliothecae regiae Monac." Schliessen entfernt, sonst hübscher Prägeband. [8 Warenabbildungen bei antiquariat.de]
Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek [Germany]
2020-05-16 15:14:12
ORTELIUS (Abraham).
[Anvers], 1587 [1608-1612]. 355 x 489 mm. Datée de 1587, cette mappemonde est l'une des plus célèbres, et la dernière des trois mappemondes d'Abraham Ortelius. De forme ovale, elle est issue de l'édition italienne du Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, et est dérivée de la mappemonde murale de Mercator en 21 feuilles de 1569. Par rapport à ses deux précédentes mappemondes, Ortelius a corrigé les contours de l'Amérique du Sud, qui a maintenant une forme plus reconnaissable, et les Îles Salomon situées au nord-est de l'Australie, apparaissent pour la première fois sur une carte. Les médaillons aux quatre coins de la carte contiennent des textes classiques de Cicéron et de Sénèque. Le Theatrum Orbis Terrarum ou Théâtre de l'Univers est considéré comme le premier atlas géographique "moderne". Il fut publié par Abraham Ortel, plus connu sous le nom d'Ortelius, le plus célèbre cartographe du XVIe siècle. Texte italien au verso. Très bon exemplaire finement colorié à l'époque. Mouillure dans les marges gauche et droite. Shirley, 158 ; van den Broecke, 3.
Bookseller: Librairie Le Bail [France, Paris]
2020-05-16 09:42:25
BREVIARY. Use of Notre Dame of Paris
Paris: J. Mettayer and A. L'Angelier, 1587. Contemporary richly gilt calf decorated with twenty individual tools (rubbed, front panel slightly damaged, corners and rear hinge neatly repaired). The two outer double-rule frames are separated by blooms, arabesques, vines and dots. The field has twenty-four ovals and four circles. In the center of each is a double phi, an acorn, a bloom, interlaced C's or interlaced MA. S fermés and tiny stars fill the interstices. The central oval is left open. The single vertical compartment of the flat spine has the same decor as the panels with additional tools that include a smiling sun and a five-pointed star (a minute phi in its middle); gilt-ruled board edges, all edges gilt.  This binding is in the style of those commissioned by Pietro Duodo (1564-1611), Venetian ambassador to Paris 1594-97. Abruptly recalled, he was forced to abandoned his library, which was rediscovered during the French Revolution, but its provenance was not resolved until the 1920s. Printed for the Chapter of Notre Dame in Paris. Four examples appear to have survived: BnF (Adler), Mazarine, Harvard (Henri III's copy in a superb binding but lacking two leaves - Pt. I f. 235 and Pt. II f. 15) and the present example (lacking Pt. II, f. 16). L'Angelier executed a Diurnal for the chapter in 1611 (no copy known); early signature of Henri Grégoire of Tours, who supplied a manuscript index to the psalm incipits on the front flyleaves. ¶Bohatta, Bibliographie der Breviere, 1501-1850 2526a (after copies sold in 1875 and 1920); not in Balsamo & Simonen's Abel L'Angel … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-16 09:42:25
Lyon: B. Rigaud, 1587. Crushed red morocco with gilt olive wreath medallions (E. Thomas), gilt turn-ins, gilt spine title, all edges gilt; in a chemise and folding morocco box (Alix). In this Renaissance bouquet of eight-line verses written in the first person, twenty-five fruits and flowers proffer their particular medicinal virtues and moral or symbolic meanings. The poems combine elements of the newly fashionable emblem, the medieval bestiary and the shepherd's calendar. This anonymous suite originally appeared in 1555, dedicated to Marguerite (or Daisy) de France (1523-74), daughter of François Ier.  A specialist in vernacular literature, Rigaud dedicated his booklet to another Daisy, the celebrated beauty Marguerite de Valois (1553-1615), Queen of Navarre and then of France. He placed her portrait, hair elaborately coiffed and covered in pearls, on the title. His Latin distich and vernacular quatrain to her announce the collection, which, in 1940, inspired Paul Éluard's Blason des fleurs et fruits. Each of the half dozen surviving 16th-century editions are known by one or two examples. A jewel, in fine condition, from the library of Lyonese bibliographer Joseph Renard (Catalogue (1881) 623). ¶Baudrier, Bibliographie lyonnaise III: 399 (this copy); Gültlingen, Bibliographie des livres imprimés à Lyon au 16e siècle XII: 1223 (after Baudrier); Saunders, The Sixteenth-Century Blason poétique 194-6, 299 & 340.
Bookseller: Bruce McKittrick Rare Books [United States]
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2020-05-14 16:21:51
ZUALLARDO, Giovanni [ZUALLART, Jean].
Rome, F. Zanetti and Gia Ruffinelli, 1587. Quarto (224 x 153 mm.), [10] leaves, 402 pages, [10] leaves with engraved title, portrait of Zuallart and 51maps, two full-page, plans and views in text. Some browning and foxing, a few spots but a good copy in contemporary limp vellum with manuscript title on spine.The first edition of this beautifully illustrated account of a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1586. The five-month journey was undertaken by Giovanni Zuallardo (Jean Zuallart or Zuillart, 1541-1634), maire of Ath in Hainaut, his company having been requested by his pupil, Philippe de Mérode, Baron Frentzen, during a stay in Rome in 1585. Zuallart taught himself how to draw in preparation for his trip; his sketches provided the model for several of Natale Bonifacio's 51 engraved and etched maps and landscapes in this edition. They include a bird's-eye view of Venice, Mediterranean islands (the Tremiti, Zante, Candia and Cyprus), cities in the Holy Land (Jaffa, Jerusalem, Ramleh), and Scriptural locations (including the house of the Good Thief and Caiaphas, Christ's prison and the sepulchre of the Virgin). Such images ?played a new role in this popular literature, paving the way?to the 17th-century genre of the journal of voyages' (Zilli, ?Voyage', 188).Devotissimo viaggio was published only a couple of decades after the Council of Trent, which had sought to reignite the waning tradition of pilgrimages to the Holy Land, later encouraged also by major Counter Reformation authors like Robert Bellarmine. Zuallard prefaced his account with a long discussion of the difficultie … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: MEDA RIQUIER RARE BOOKS LTD [london, United Kingdom]
2020-05-13 12:19:04
Plinius Secundus Gaius
Apud Bartholomaeum Honoratum sub Vase Avreo, 1587. Le pagine 877 878, 901 902 e la seguente (non numerata) sono mutile per metà, piccoli percorsi di tarlo estinto che intaccano a tratti il testo senza comprometterne la comprensione. Minime imperfezioni al dorso Frontespizio rosso e nero con marca tipografica raffigurante anfora che versa acqua frontalini e capiletteraa ornati
Bookseller: Libreria Libreria Antiquaria Giulio Cesare [Italy]
2020-05-13 12:19:04
1587. Due rozzi antichi restauri alla base del frontespizio, ma bell' esemplare. De' veri precetti della pittura di Giovan Battista Armenini da Faenza libri tre. Ne' quali con bell' ordine d' utili & buoni avvertimenti, per chi desidera in essa farsi con prestezza eccellente; si dimostrano i modi principali del disegnare, & del dipingere, & di fare le Pitture, che si convengono alle conditioni de' luoghi, & delle persone. Opera non solo utile, & necessaria di tutti gli Artefici per cagion del disegno; lume & fondamento di tutte l' altre arti minori, ma anco à ciascun' altra persona intendente di cosi nobile professione. In Ravenna, appresso Francesco Tebaldini, 1587. In-4°, (210 x 155 mm.), pergamena settecentesca. Iniziali ornate, 1 f. bianco, 20 compreso il frontespizio con vignetta xilografica, 229, 3, pp, 1 f. bianco. Due rozzi antichi restauri alla base del frontespizio, ma bell' esemplare della rarissima edizione originale. Cicognara, 74: > Schlosser Magnino, La letteratura artistica, pp. 383-85: >.
Bookseller: Libri rari e antichi (libreriabrighenti) [Cinquanta, Italy]
2020-05-11 14:05:06
PISANELLI Baldassarre
Venetia,: appresso Gio. Battista Vscio, 1587. Venetia, appresso Gio. Battista Vscio, 1587. In-16 gr. (mm. 198x148), p. pergamena coeva, 4 cc.nn., 162 (ma 152) pp.num. (omesse nella numerazione le pp. 145-154); marca tipografica al frontespizio (in cornice: porta con architrave sorretta da colonne. Motto: Iusti intrabunt per eam). La parola “TRATTATO” del titolo ha il carattere tipografico “A” rovesciato. Nell’opera “non solo tutte le virtù, & i vitij di quelli minutamente si palesano; ma anco i rimedij per correggere i loro difetti copiosamente s’insegnano: tanto nell’apparecchiarli per l’uso, quanto nell’ordinare il modo di riceverli”. Simon ritiene l’opera del Pisanelli uno dei più celebrati trattati di dietetica del suo tempo. Comprende liste di cibi e di vini suddivisi per categorie (selvaggina, pesce, frutta, verdura, condimenti, vini rossi e bianchi, ecc.) e descrive le loro proprietà nutrizionali, la storia naturale e altro ancora. Cfr. Bitting, p. 372: "Pisanelli practised medicine in Bologna in the 16th century and became celebrated through the erudition shown in this work” - Simon,1172 - Westbury, 6, p. 174 - Vicaire, pp. 682-86 per le numer. ediz. del ‘5/’600 e le traduz. in latino e francese. Con uniformi ingialliture, lieve alone su una decina di carte, ma complessivamente buon esemplare.
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2020-05-10 12:55:02
Dell'Uva, Benedetto
Nella Stamperia di Bartolommeo Sermartelli, Firenze [Florence], 1587. FIRST COLLECTED EDITION, 4to, pp. [viii], 198, [2], [viii], 40, 16. Late 18th-century straight-grained black morocco, boards bordered with gilt rules and a blind roll, spine divided by raised bands between gilt rules, second compartment gilt-lettered direct and the rest infilled with blind tooling, marbled endpapers. A little minor spotting. Binding rubbed, a little insect damage to head of front joint. Later ownership inscription to initial blank: 'Agnes Payne from Revd. L. Jones' The major published poems of Benedetto Dell'Uva (1540-1582), a Benedictine monk, in their first collection edition: each been first published individually in 1582 shortly before the author's death. While the earlier editions were sometimes found bound together, they are here first issued together, a state which would be repeated in subsequent editions of 1588 and 1599. The longest poem, 'Le Vergini Prudenti', relates the martyrdoms of saints Agatha, Lucia, Agnesa, Justine, and Catherine of Alexandria; Dell'Uva saw himself as the initiator of a new genre of sacred epic. The second is a contrite and penitent reflection on the theme of death, dedicated to Geronima Colonna, Duchess of Monteleone. The third work here, the shortest, depicts the titular Doroteo the true (spiritual) meaning of love. CNCE 16629; not in Adams. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: McNaughtan's Bookshop, ABA PBFA ILAB [Edinburgh, United Kingdom]
2020-05-09 03:29:01
RAZZI (Serafino)
(1587) Édition originale rare. Belle marque d'imprimeur gravée sur bois au titre : on y voit une tortue, surmontée d'une voile portant le lys florentin, gonflée par le vent, et la devise "festina lente". Bel exemplaire malgré quelques rousseurs, de la bibliothèque Jacob Manzini, avec ex-libris. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Librairie de l'Amateur [Strasbourg, France]
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