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        Les Oeuvres morales et meslees de Plvtarqve, translatees de Grec en Francois, reveues & corrigees en plusieurs passages par le Translateur [= Jacques Amyot]. Comprises en deux Tomes, & enrichies en cette derniere edition de Prefaces generales, d'amples Sommaires au com[m]encement d'un chascun des Traitez, & d'Annotations en marge [...].

      Lyon, pour Antoine de Harsy, 1587.. 2 in 1 volume. in-folio. 8 nn., 363 num., 1 (blank) leaves; 4 nn., no. 365-674, 43 nn. leaves. With woodcut vignette on title. Contemporary leather on 6 raised bands with blindpressed rosettes on both covers; bumped and scuffed, lower end of spine with little loss of leather.. Jacques Amyot (1513-1593) was one of the most famous translators of classical texts, most notably Plutarchus. His version of Plutarch that Philemon Holland and Sir Thomas North translated into English, became therefore the source for some of Shakespeare's plays. Copy with wide margins. - Leaves little browned, corners partly waterstained, leaf 304 with tiny hole, few pages with ink marks in the margins.

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        Trier".

      1587 - Kupferstich-Karte von Michael von Eitzing, Köln ca. 1587. 13,5 x 18 cm. Beschnitten, umlaufend noch ca. 4 mm Rand ausserhalb der Einfassung. Meurer, Atlantes Coloniensis, IOC 74. Hellwig, Mittelrhein und Moselland im Bild alter Karten, Nr. 19 mit Abbildung S. 95. Sehr seltene Karte aus dem ältesten europäischen Straßenatlas, dem "Itinerarium Orbis Christiani". Die Karte zeigt das Gebiet zwischen Sierck, Schleiden, Montabaur und St. Wendel. Hier vorliegend in einem feinen, gratigen Abdruck des 2. Zustands, nach Meurer ca. 1587 zu datieren: mit hinzugefügter Numerierung, ohne Rückentext und ohne Findegitter. Beschnitten, umlaufend noch ca. 4 mm Rand ausserhalb der Einfassung.

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        Ascvns Nouell cases de les ans & temps le Roy, H.8. Ed.6. & la Roygne Mary, Escrie, ex la graund Abridgement, composed per Sir Robert Brooke . . . disperse en les Titles. Mes icy collecte sub ans [etc.]. S.T.C. 3823; Beale R480; not in Baker

      Imprinted . . . within Temple Barre . . . by Richard Tottill, London 1587 - Later 1/2 sheep over marbled boards, quite worn, some browning and staining, the margins cut close occasionally affecting sidenotes; a usable copy The work containing portions of the first Inns of Court reading to be printed, Justice Frowyk's lecture on Prerogative Regis, preceding by several decades the the first (in 1635) located in J.H. Baker's "Readings and Readers in the Inns of Court" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        AD REGUM ARAGONUM VETERUMQ. comitvm depictas effigies, in regia caesaravgvstensi depvtationis avia positas, Inscriptiones

      Simonis a Portonariis, Caesaraugustae 1587 - Aragón 23x17'5, 4h, 40 folios, escudos grabados en cobre. Restauraciones en márgenes derechos hasta el folio 9 (sin afectar), muy leve rastro de polilla en las dos primeras hojas y en el último folio, leve óxido en últimas hojas. Pergamino ornamentado en cubiertas. En general la obra está en buen estado de conservación. Palau 30147.

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        Lettres missives et familières (.). Avec le Monologue de la providence divine, au peuple François. A Monsieur le maréchal de Retz, gouverneur pour le Roy en Provence, & Capitaine de cent hommes d'armes des ordonnances de Sa Maiesté. Revuës, corrigées & augmentées de plusieurs lettres amoureuses, tirées tant de l'Italien du Bembe [Bembo], que de plusieurs autres autheurs.

      Paris, Abel L'Angelier 1587 - fort vol. in-8, [16] ff. n. ch. (titre, avec portrait gravé au verso, préface, poésies liminaires, table), [400] ff. mal chiffrés 404 (il y a saut du f. 16 au f. 21, sans manque) ; [10] ff. manuscrits du XIXe siècle non chiffrés (Duplicata de la table revue et corrigée), maroquin cerise, dos à nerfs orné de doubles caissons à froid, fleurons dorés dans les entre-nerfs, encadrement de double filet à froid sur les plats, rosace dorée poussée au centre des plats, double filet doré sur les coupes, tranches dorées, encadrements intérieurs de filets et guirlandes dorées (reliure du XIXe s.). Dos légt passé. Reprise de l'édition de 1583 : malgré leurs six éditions, les Lettres missives sont devenues fort peu communes, et elles présentent l'avantage de donner un tableau sans apprêt du temps des troubles dans la France de la fin du XVIe siècle. Forézien, Etienne Du Tronchet (vers 1510 - vers 1585), trésorier du Domaine du Forez, fut secrétaire du maréchal de Saint-André jusqu'en 1558, puis de Catherine de Médicis à partir de 1567. Il mourut à Rome dans une quasi-indigence. Bel exemplaire. Cioranescu, XVI, 9296. La Tour de Varan, Bibliothèque forézienne, 856. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Der Herren Pfleger und Gehaimen Rät des heyligen Reichsstatt Augspurg. Warhaffter gegenbericht, der Augspurgischen Händel und gegründte widertreybung D. Georg Müllers nechstverschinen 1586. Jars in Truckh außgetrewten Famos gedichts.

      Augsburg, Valentin Schönig, 1587. - (104) Bll. Titel in rot und schwarz. Schwarz gefärbter flexibler Pergamentskriptband der Zeit auf 3 durchzogenen Bünden mit goldgepr. Deckelfileten, Eckfleurons und Ornamentstempel an den Deckeln sowie hs. Rückenschildchen. Bindebänder fehlen. 4to. Seltene Druckvariante der Erstausgabe mit rot-schwarz gedrucktem Titel. Über VD 16 nur 3 Exemplare dieser Variante nachweisbar (Göttingen, Jena, ÖNB). - Offizielle Gegendarstellung des Augsburger Rates zur im Vorjahr erschienenen Schrift "Augspurgische Händel" des ehemaligen Augsburger Pastors und Superintendenten Georg Mylius (eigtl. Müller, 1548-1607). Die Stadt wehrt sich gegen die darin erhobenen Vorwürfe und rechtfertigt die Ausweisung des protestantischen Theologen: Mylius hatte sich, als Papst Gregor XIII. 1582 den gregorianischen Kalender verordnete und Augsburg aus Kaisertreue die Reform übernahm, an die Spitze der örtlichen protestantischen Widerstandsbewegung gestellt, die den neuen Kalender zumindest für das Kirchenjahr boykottierte. "Darüber erbost, ließ der [Augsburger] Senat [Mylius] durch Bewaffnete aus der Stadt bringen, aber die Bürger befreiten ihn und führten ihn im Triumph zurück. Doch wurde er gezwungen, am 28. Mai 1584 die Stadt zu verlassen. Mylius wandte sich nach Ulm, wo er freundliche Aufnahme fand [.] Im Juni 1585 [folgte er] einem Rufe als Prediger und Professor in Wittenberg" (ADB 23, 143). Verfasser ist lt. Holzmann/B. der Augsburger Jurist Georg Tradel (1530-98; vgl. Jöcher IV, 1291). - Hinterdeckel und letzte Bll. mit kl. Wurmgang. Titel mit alter hs. Datierung "1637". Rücken mit Spuren alter Kalkung; das ursprüngliche Frakturmanuskript, dessen Tintenlettern mit der Einbandschwärzung reagierten, nunmehr negativ wieder sichtbar, wodurch der Band eine ungewöhnliche, sehr charakteristische Gestalt gewinnt. VD 16, ZV 875. BM-STC German 51 (ohne Variantenunterscheidung). Holzmann/Bohatta II, 5559. Vgl. OCLC 65517149 (nur Mikrofilm). Nicht bei Adams. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Devotissimo Viaggio Di Gerusalemme. Fatto, & descritto in sei libri dal Sigr. Giovanni Zuallardo, Cavaliero del Santiss Sepolcro di N.S. l'anno 1586. Aggiontovi i disegni di varii di varii luoghi di Terra Santa & altri paesi intagliati da Natale Bonifacio Dalmata.

      Rome F. Zanetti & Gia Ruffinelli 1587 - First Edition of Zuallart's Journey to Jerusalem With Fifty-One Engravings ZUALLARDO, Giovanni. Il Devotissimo Viaggio Di Gerusalemme. Fatto, & descritto in sei libri dal Sigr. Giovanni Zuallardo, Cavaliero del Santiss Sepolcro di N.S. l'anno 1586. Aggiontovi i disegni di varii di varii luoghi di Terra Santa & altri paesi intagliati da Natale Bonifacio Dalmata. Rome: F. Zanetti & Gia Ruffinelli, 1587. First edition. Quarto (8 11/16 x 6 3/16 inches; 222 x 157 mm). [20], [1]-402, [10]pp. Text in Italian. Complete with an engraved title-page, an engraved portrait and fifty-one additional engravings of maps, plans and details of the route to Jerusalem in the text, two of which are full page. Final leaf with errata and colophon. Half 18th century vellum over marbled boards. Black morocco spine label, lettered and stamped in gilt. All edges speckled black. Corners bumped and rubbed. Vellum a bit soiled. Some foxing and toning throughout. A small brown stain to the engraved title-page which bleeds through to the following three leaves. Also two tiny holes to the lower margin of the engraved title, not affecting the engraving. Some dampstaining (mostly marginal) that begins at the engraved title and continues on to the next several pages including the author's portrait. Overall a very good copy. "Zuallart traveled to and around Palestine [in 1586]. The following year (1587), his Il Devotissimo Viaggio Di Gerusalemme was printed in Rome." (The Road to Jerusalem, Noonan, pg 167). "Jean Zuallart (Giovanni Zuallardo) was a Fleming by birth; and made his journey to Jerusalem after having resided in Rome. His book was first printed several times in Italian at Rome." (Biblical Researches in Palestine, Robinson, pg 543). HBS 65681. $8,500 [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        La Gloria Del Cavallo.in Dieci Libri: Ne Quali, Oltra Gli Ordini Appartenenti Alla Cavalleria, Si Descrivolo Tutti I Particolari, Che Son Necessari Nell'allevare, Custodire, Maneggiare et Curar Cavalli, Accommodandovi Essempi .

      Appresso I Gioliti, Venetia 1587 - [Ippologia-.Giolito] (cm.20,4) Buona piena pergamena dell'epoca, semirigida. cc.34nn., pp.969 + 1 p. con il registro + 1c. con al recto la marca tipografica del Giolito con la fenice. Elegante corsivo, vari capolettera figurati e ornati. E' questo uno dei più completi e importanti trattati di ippologia che mai sia stato stampato, una specie di enciclopedia ippica. I primi due libri sono dedicati alla storia del cavallo nella letteratura e nell'arte, gli altri trattano della natura del cavallo, allevamento, maneggio, equitazione igiene, malattie, e relative cure. Cicognara 4596 la definisce: "opera la più vasta che conosciamo in questa materia". e Bongi: "vi si trova raccolto tutto ciò che era già stato scritto sul cavallo dagli storici, poeti, naturalisti, maniscalchi e cavallerizzi di ogni età e nazione". la prima edizione apparve nel 1566, questa nostra ricorretta e ampliata, è assolutamente rarissima, manca a molti repertori consultati, compreso Adams, Bm.Stc, Choix, Graesse, Brunet, nonchè ad Huth "bibliog.of Hippology" e a Mennesier De La Lance "Bibliogr. hippique". Lievissima traccia di alone al margine di qualche carta altrimenti esemplare molto bello, nitido e genuino. Il Census nazionale Iccu registra solo 9 copie nelle biblioteche italiane. Unica citazione bibliografica: *Bongi II p. 395 in nota. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Heroidum epistolae. Una cum aliis eiusdem operibus [.]. Ex postrema Jacobi Micylli recognitione.

      Frankfurt/Main, (Johann Feyerabend für Sigismund Feyerabend, Heinrich Thack und Peter Fischer), 1587. - 434 SS. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel. Pergamentband der Zeit auf 3 durchzogenen Bünden. Dreiseitiger gesprenkelter Rotschnitt. 8vo. Seltener, späterer Druck der im 16. Jahrhundert mehrfach aufgelegten Ausgabe. - Bindung gelockert; vorderer Vorsatz lose. Exemplar aus der Stiftsbibliothek Kremsmünster mit entspr. kl. Signaturschild am Vorderdeckel und Vorsatzstempelung; am vorderen Innendeckel Wappensiegel des 18. Jhs. Am Titel zeitgenöss. Besitzvermerk "Reinböck mpria.". VD 16, O 1549. BNHCat O 272. Nicht bei Adams oder BM-STC German. Nicht bei Schweiger.

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        De conceptu, et generatione hominis : de matrice et eius partibus, nec non de conditione infantis in utero, & grauidarum cura & officio: de partu et parturientium, infantiumq[ue] cura omnifaria: de differentiis non naturalis partus & earundum curis: de mola aliisq[ue] falsis vteritumoribus, simulq[ue] de abortibus & monstris diuersis, nec non de conceptu signis variis: de sterilitis causis diuersaeis, & de praecipuis matricis aegritudinibus, omniumque horum curis variis, libri sex.

      Frankfurt, (Peter Fabricius für Sigmund Feyerabend) 1587.. 13,5 x 17,7 cm. Titel in Rot- u. Schwarzdruck, 5 (davon 1 weißes) Bll., 92(1) S. Mit gr. Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, 1 Wappen-Holzschnitt und 69 (dav. einige ganzseit. u. 3 wiederh.) Textholzschnitten von Jost Amann. Späterer Halblederbd. (um 1800) m. Deckelbezug aus Marmorpapier, Streicheisenverz. auf Rü. u. umseit blauem Sprengschnitt. Einbd. stellenw. abgerieben; eine Ecke gestaucht, Kanten etw. abgewetzt, Namenszug v. alter Hd. auf Titel (1638), Tit. m. kl. Einrissen, ersten Ss. etw. wasserfl., im Text durchgeh. gebräunt u. z. Tl. stärker abgegriffen, 2 Bll. m. unterlegtem Einriß.. Adams R 868; Hellman, Early Obstetrical Books 31; Waller 8302; VD16 R3583; Durling 3982; Vgl. Garrison-Morton 6141; Hagelin, Womans Booke 19 (beide andere Ausgaben). Dritte lateinische Ausgabe in Übersetzung von Wolfgang Haller des erstmals 1554 unter dem Titel 'Ein schön lustig Trostbüchle von den Empfengknussen und Geburten der Menschen' bei Froschauer in Zürich erschienenen Hebammenbuches des Zürcher Stadtarztes Jacob Rueff (1500-1558). Das Werk zählt zu den populärsten Büchern dieses Inhalts in seiner Zeit. Noch 1637 erschien eine im Inhalt unveränderte englische Übersetzung, die oft plagiiert wurde. Hier vorliegend zugleich die zweite Ausgabe mit den hervorragenden Illustrationen von Jost Amann, der nach Rueffs Tod von S. Feyerabend mit der Neuillustration des Werkes beauftragt wurde. "The most important obstetrical work of the Renaissance period, and with Jost Amman's fine woodcuts it is ranked as one of the most famous illustrated medical books of the sixteenth century" (Hagelin). Jakob Ruf war ein angesehener Augenarzt, Stein- und Bruchschneider sowie ab 1532 Stadtchirurg in Zürich. Mit seinem Buch sollte den Hebammen ein Unterrichtswerk an die Hand gegeben werden zur Vorbereitung auf ärztliche Prüfungen, welche er im Auftrag des Stadtrates von Zürich durchführte. - Die Illustrationen zeigen frühe medizinische Instrumente zur Geburtshilfe, Kindslagen, Geburtsvorgang, Missbildungen und Monströsitäten.

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        WRATISLAVIA. Grabado con plano de WROCLAW (BRESLAU), en la Baja Silesia, del URBIUM PRAECIPUARUM MUNDI THEATRUM. Colonia, finales s.XVI. 1 grabado b/n de 39'5x52'6 cms, algo tostado, remarginado en lado dcho, pequeña merma en margen izq, restaurado con pequeñas pérdidas de dibujo en parte central, tira longitudinal de refuerzo en el centro del reverso, texto en latín.

      - .- - Fechado en 1587. Plano de la ciudad a vista de pájaro en la que están representados 91 edificios y lugares singulares.

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        De Praesumptionibus, Coniecturis, Signis, & Indiciis Signis

      1587. A Classic Treatise on the Roman Law of Evidence Menochio, Giacomo [1532-1607]. Haunold, Joachim, Commentary. De Praesumptionibus, Coniecturis, Signis, & Indiciis Signis, & Indiciis Commentariorum. Non Antehac in Lucem Edita. Varia, Recondita Perfectaq[ue] Eruditione Referta, & Omnibus Iudicia Praesertim Exercentibus, Oppido Quam Necessaria. Adiecta Sunt Summaria Indexq[ue]; Omnium Rerum Sententiarumq[ue]; Insignium Locupletissimus Summa Vigilantia Ioachimi Haunoldi. Quae in Opera Habeantur: Versa Pagella Sedulo Indicabit. Cum Privilegiis. Volume I: Venice: Apud Haeredes Francisci Ziletti, 1587; Volume II: Venice: Apud Franciscum de Franciscis, 1590. Two volumes. [xlvi], 80, 273; [lxix], 364; 156 ff. Complete as issued. Main text in parallel columns. Folio (14-1/2" x 9-3/4"). Later quarter vellum over marbled boards, lettering pieces to spines, endpapers renewed, early hand-lettered titles to bottom edges of text blocks. Moderate rubbing to boards with some wear to edges and corners, which are bumped, spines lightly soiled, minor worming around joints, front hinge of Volume I cracked, its rear hinge starting, some creasing to its final 30 leaves. Large woodcut printer devices to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light to moderate toning, occasional faint dampspotting and foxing, minor worming in places, spark burns and inkstains to a few leaves. Faint early owner signatures to title pages, interiors otherwise clean. A nice set. * Second edition. Highly regarded in his time, Menochio was a professor of law at the University of Padua. First published in 1579, this exhaustive and formidably erudite treatise addresses the law of evidence (presumption) in Roman law. An authority for generations, it went through numerous editions and issues into the eighteenth century. Well-represented in European libraries, this title is not held by many libraries in North America, in any edition. Regarding the second edition, OCLC locates 6 copies, 3 in law libraries (Harvard, Library of Congress, UC-Berkeley). Censimento Nazionale delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE36291.

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        De Conceptu Et Generatione Hominis

      Georg Rabe for Sigismund Feyerabend, 1580 1587 - 4to, contemporary vellum, front cover stamped "AVB" and "1587." Frankfurt am Main: Georg Rabe for Sigismund Feyerabend, 1580 printing. 2nd ed. Numerous woodcut illustrations. [6], 100 leaves; lacks A3 (with large woodcut of childbirth scene on recto, repeated on G4v). Restored binding. Some foxing, scattered stains and early marginalia. Some worming in blank outer margins throughout. Opening leaves frayed (restored) along edges. Front free endpaper lacking. See our pictures. As per P M Dunn, in "Arch Dis Child Fetal Neonatal Ed 2001;85:F222-F224 doi:10.1136/fn.85.3.F222"Jacob Rueff (1500?-1558) was a physician in Zurich. Rueff's most important contribution to medical science was his work in midwifery, De conceptu et generatione hominis. This early textbook became required reading for the midwifes of Zurich and was an important work for over a century with the last edition appearing in 1670. Rueff's work was reprinted in English in 1637 as "The Expert Midwife." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Opera quae extant omnia. M. Antonii Mureti, P. Pinviani, aliorumque eruditissimorum virorum opera et studio innumerit locis emendata, notisque illustrata

      Apud Nicolaum Nivellium,, Parisiis, 1587 - Cm. 33, pp. xviii (2) 625 (3) 30 (2) 94 (2) (40). Grande marchio tipografico al frontespizio, bel ritratto del Mureto a piena pagina, capolettera e testate. Legatura settecentesca in mezza pelle con punte, dorso liscio con filetti e fregi in oro. Timbretto di biblioteca religiosa estinta, alcune spellature al dorso, qualche leggera gora marginale a poche carte preliminari, peraltro esemplare ben conservato. Buona edizione dell'opera omnia di Seneca con eruditi commenti del Mureto. Si tratta della ristampa dell'edizione romana del 1585. Cfr. Brunet V, 276. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        HOSPITAL DE LA SANTA CREU - BARCELONA - 1587-1812

      - HOSPITAL DE LA SANTA CREU - BARCELONA - 1587-1812 HOSPITAL DE LA SANTA CREU - 1587-1812 Carpeta con más de 20 documentos relacionados con el Hospital de la Santa Creu de Barcelona: Copia del real privilegio de Felipe III, 25-7-1587. Lo Comte de Santa Coloma, 27-12-1638. ¿Hoc est exemplum bene¿¿ Lo Comte de Sta. Coloma 5-1-1639. Taula, o sumari breu de las ordinacions fetas a XXVIII abril MDLXXI. 1707. Constitució feta per lo Sagrat Concili Provincial Tarraconense. 1712. Sumari de las Indulgencias i Gracias. 1807. Josep Pujol i March, Corregidor. 1810. Addittio Ultima ¿ Omnia Responsa, Quae Facti¿ (12 págs.) 1.700/1.800. Jesus, Maria, Joseph / Allegatio in favorem Prioris et Communitatis¿ 36 págs. 1.700/1.800. Ordinacions, ques deuhen observer, en lo Convent de las Donzellas. 22 págs. 1.700/1.800. De las Obligacions de las Mestras. 4 págs. De las Obligacions de la Portera. 4 págs. De las Obligacions de la Compradora, 4 págs. 1.700/1.800. 12 Documents administratius de l¿Hospital de la Santa Creu. 1.700/1.800. ESCRITO EN CATALÁN - CASTELLANO Y LATÍN

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        Di Polidoro Virgilio da Urbino de gli inventori delle cose. Libri otto. Tradotti per M. Francesco Baldelli, con due tavole, una dè capitoli, e l' altra delle cose più notabili.

      Giunti, Fiorenza 1587 - [Enciclopedico-Vino] (cm22,5) buona tutta pergamena originale con unghie e tracce di lacci, titolo al dorso.-- cc. 36 nn., pp. 426, c. 1 nn. Bella marca tipografica al frontis, ripetuta altre due volte. Prima edizione della traduzione del Baldelli, assai pregiata di opera da considerare come una vera e propria enciclopedia del sapere con capitoli sulla medicina, orologi, musica, astrologia, magia, agricoltura, caccia, pesca, armi, giochi olimpici, arte, colori, seta, prostituzione, invenzione della stampa, il Lib. III parla del vino. Gamba: " Le opere del volgarizzate del Baldelli sono raccomandate dal Colombo, siccome tutte fatte da uno dè forbiti scrittori del cinquecento ". Lievissime fioriture a qualche carta, molte interessanti note manoscritte coeve ai margini bianchi, ma esemplare molto bello e geniuno. * Camerini II 142; * Wellcome I 6548; * Razzolini 272; * Gamba 1745; * Bm. Stc. 720; * Ferguson I Pt. V p.4; * Graesse VII 284; * Choix 7942; * Argelati " Addizioni " V 777. Rarissimo, manca all' Adams, Paitoni, e Simon " Bibl. Bacchica " N676 che ha la seconda edizione del 1592. Il " Census " Iccu, registra solo 9 copie presenti nelle biblioteche italiane.[f56] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        SEQUUNTUR CARMINA A VARIIS AUCTORIBUS IN OBELISCUM CONSCRIPTA ET IN DUOS LIBROS DISTRIBUTA.

      Tip. Bartholomaei Bonsadini (en las portadas Grassii). Roma, 1587 - . 21,5 cm. 2 tomos: 85, [30], 76, [2] pág. Portadas con grabados al acero y un grabado arquitectonico en las iniciales del tomo 2.º Encuadernados en un vol. pergamino de época, lomera cuarteada. Ex-libris del Duque de Medinaceli. * En 1586, durante el pontificado de Sixto V, se ubica el obelisco en la plaza de san Pedro de Roma. Este libro se edita con motivo de este acto y en el se publican composiciones, algunas anónimas, de unos 44 autores que las bibliografías referencian en Cecchini, Bozio, François Benci, Pierre Blanca, Fulvius Cardulo, Antonie Cicala. Arquitectura Libros antiguos anteriores a 1830 latín

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        Pastorum concionatorumque instructiones, ad concionandum, confessionisque & eucharistiae sacramenta ministrandum utilissimae.

      Köln, Maternus Cholinus, 1587. - 425 (recte: 375), (1) SS. Mit halbseitigem Holzschnittportrait am Titel verso. (Beigebunden) II: Estella, Diego de. De modo concionandi liber. Köln, Birckmann für Arnold Mylius, 1586. (2), 123 Bll., 3 l. w. Bll. Flexibler Pergamentband der Zeit auf drei Bünden. Dreiseitiger Farbschnitt. Bindebänder. 8vo. Jeweils erste in Deutschland gedruckte Ausgabe: Die Pastoralanweisung des Hl. Karl Borromäus (1538-84, vgl. Wetzer/W. VII, 160) sowie eine wichtige homiletische Schrift (vgl. LThK III, 805) des Franziskanermönches Diego de Estella (1524-78), eine bedeutende Quelle für die spanische Mystik des 16. Jhs. - Papierbedingt gleichmäßig schwach gebräunt. Am hinteren Innendeckel hs. Kauf- und Bindekostenkalkulation. Am Titel zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk des Ulmer Wengenklosters sowie hs. Besitzvermerk "Ex libris Samuelis Murer Ao. [15]87"; der Name "Samuel", wohl von dessen Sohn, später in "Georg" verändert (d. i. der Augsburger Domvikar Georg Murer, 1592-1680?). Später in der Bibliothek der Wiener unbeschuhten Augustiner (deren hs. Bibliothekssignatur am Innendeckel und Signaturschildchen am Rücken). I: Adams B 2520. IA 122.538. VD 16, B 6753 (Ex. der BSB nicht mehr vorhanden). - II: Adams S 1709. VD 16, E 3994.

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        De Hispanorum Primogeniis Libri Quator. Nunc secunda ac postrema aeditione ab ipso Authore antequàm vita sunctus esser correcti, aucti et emendatii.

      Medina del Campo: Metymnae Campi, expensis Petri Landry & Ambrosii Duport, 1587. - Folio; portada con el escudo real grabado, 1 hoja, 536 pp., 26 hojas. Ex libris manuscrito en portada del jurisconsulto de Albarracín Juan Sanchez de Ruesta. Encuadernación de época en pergamino. Presenta manchas en el plano posterior de origen dudoso. Luis de Molina, sobrino de Ambrosio de Morales, está considerado como uno de los más notables juristas del Siglo XVI. Defendió en su obra "Pro succesione regni Portugalliae Allegatio" los derechos de sucesión a la corona de Portugal de Felipe II, a quien dedicó ésta su obra más conocida, en la que se analiza detalladamente la regulación de la muy hispánica institución de los Mayorazgos y sus vinculaciones, de sustancial importancia en la vida social y económica española hasta mediado el Siglo XIX. -

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        Discorsi di nuovo posti in luce.

      Appresso i Gioliti,, In Venetia, 1587 - Cm. 14,5, pp. (56) 207 (1). Marchio giolitino al frontespizio e numerosi capolettera figurati. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pelle verde con titoli in oro al dorso. Qualche segno d'usura, peraltro esemplare ben conservato. Contiene i sei discorsi: della Bellezza; della Nobiltà; della Poesia di Dante; de i Precetti Historici; delle Qualità del generale, del Terremoto. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        DE ARTE GYMNASTICA LIBRI SEX in quibus exercitationum omnium vetustarum genera, loca, modi, facultates & quidquid denique as corporis humani eaxercitationes pertinet diligenter explicatur.

      Apud Iuntas [Giunta Press],, Venetiis: 1587 - Large 8vo, pp. [xii]. 308 [ie. 312]; [26]. Fleur-de-lys and initials "L A " with a frame of fauns on the title page. The 23 full page wood cuts are copies of those designed for the author by Pirro Ligorio (1510-1583) and cut by Cristoforo Coriolani. Bound in contemporary vellum (lacks 2 inches at the bottom of the spine, cut to the top of the spine), 18th century ownership mark on the corner of the title-page, some other holograph on the end paper, generally a very clean copy with wide margins. Durling 3090; Garrison-Morton 1986); the second edition of 1573 was the first illustrated book on gymnastics; Brunet III:1646; Wellcome IV, p.116; Olser 3387. Mainly a page for page reprint of the second edition of 1573. First published in 1569, it is "one of the earliest books to discuss the therapeutic value of gymnastics and sports generally for the cure of disease and disability, and an important study of gymnastics in the ancient world" (Garrison-Morton 1986). Born in the city of Forlì, the son of Giovanni Mercuriali, also a doctor, Mercurialis was educated at Bologna and Padua and Venice, where he received his doctorate in 1555. Moving to Rome, he studied the classical and medical literature of the Greeks and Romans. His studies of the attitudes of the ancients toward diet, exercise and hygiene and the use of natural methods for the cure of disease culminated in the publication of his De Arte Gymnastica. With its explanations concerning the principles of physical therapy, it is considered the first book on sports medicine. The work gave Mercuriali fame. He was called to occupy the chair of practical medicine in Padua in 1569. In 1573, he was called to Vienna to treat the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian II. The emperor, pleased with Mercuriali’s treatment (although Maximilian would die three years later), made him Count Palatine. He returned home in the following years; in 1575, the Venetian Senate awarded him a six-year contract as a professor at the University of Padua.

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        Nuova Seconda Selva di varia Lettione, che segue Pietro Messia, Divisa in Quattro Parti: nella quale sono gloriosi fatti, detti degni di cognitione. Tratti con brevità dalli più Nobili, & Eccellenti Auttori Antichi, & Moderni. A commune utilità di quelli, che desiderano con gli altrui essempi imparare, & essere ammaestrati. Nuovamente posta in luce, & con diligentia corretti.In Venetia, Appresso Giacomo Cornetti, 1587.

      - In 8, [mm. 149 x 98], cc. (8) – 198 – (2).In pergamena floscia, staccata; bindelle perdute. Dorso liscio con tassello strappato in carta antica decorata da croci e fiori con antica collocazione, staccata. Nervo inferiore lento con antiche muffe alla parte alta della copertina e dell’ultimo compartimento.Al frontespizio marca tipografica con due cornacchie affrontate su di un’altare, ai lati di uno scettro entro cornice figurata ovale. Al bordo interno motto Concordia res parva crescunt.Capilettera e testatine vegetali all’inizio di ogni parte. Piccola figura di sirena incisa in legno alla fine della lettera di dedica ed altre, piccole, raffiguranti un vaso con anse a mascheroni da cui escono fiori alla fine della tavola iniziale e del testo. Errori di numerazione alle cc. 193, 195, 197.Alla copertina posteriore antica annotazione in inchiostro largamente sbiadita che inizia Dimandai della Altra lunga in calligrafia antica alla prima delle due carte bianche finali. Esemplare in ottime condizioni, fatto salvo un lavoro di tarlo al quinterno iniziale, che tocca in parte il capilettera iniziale ed altro più piccoli vicini alla cucitura, così come altri, sempre vicino alla cucitura interessano le ultime due carte bianche, per il resto ottimo esemplare con una piccola mancanza all’angolo inferiore di c. 22, ed un piccolo strappo al margine inferiore bianco di c. 117.Aloni lungo i margini del frontespizio che scompaiono dopo poche carte.L’autore, il cui nome si ricava dalla lettera di dedica che il Cornetti indirizza a Bernardo Giustiniano, Cavalier di Malta, fu sacerdote, scrittore ed anche tipografo ed editore. Ebbe il suo floruit fra il 1536 ed il 1560, come editore operò anche a Roma, sia da solo che insieme ai fratelli Domenico e Luigi, ma anche insieme ad altri. Tra le "cose da sapere" e le curiosità che vengono illustrate, l’ inventione della stampa dove si racconta anche la sua diffusione in Italia: " Il Stampare de’Libri adnque fu ritrovato in Moguntia, Città di Germania l’anno 1442 da Giovanni Cuthembergo Todesco, & Cavallieri, & ivi primieramente questa arte celeberrima cominciò ad essercitare, havendo ancho ritrovato l’inchiostro, il quale insino a questo tempo usano gli Stampatori. L’anno poi 1458 Corrado pure Todesco la portò primieramente in Italia, & stampò in Roma, nelle case de’Massimi, & il primo Libro che stampasse fu Agostinodella Città di Iddio et io ne viddi uno in Roma nella Libraria del Reverendisimo Vescovo di Sarno . Nicolo Giensone Francese poi al tempo del Doge Barbarigo Messer Agostino, in Venetia la illustrò come fu Aldo Manutio in Venetia, il quale ristaurò la lingua Latina. Francesco Priscianese in Roma. Et hora vive Paulo Manutio, il quale di gran lunga ha superato il padre, & egi ha un figliuolo giovanetto addimandato Aldo, il quale insino ad hora contende con lui di dottrina".

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        A Woorke concerning the trewnesse of the Christian Religion, written in French: Against Atheists, Epicures, Paynims, Iewes, Mahumetists, and other Infidels. By Philip of Mornay Lord of Plessie Marlie. Begunne to be translated into English by Sir Philip Sidney Knight, and a his request finished by Arthur Golding.

      Thomas Cadman,, London: 1587 - Title within ornamental border. Decorative initial capital letters. Per Lowndes, "The best edition of this work." Uncommon on the commercial market; last at auction in 1986. Binding - Fine. Textblock - VG (the odd ink 'burn-through'/bit of worming to upper gutter, in latter half of text block [no text affected]). Modern full brown calf binding, executed in a period style with boards stamped in blind. Red edgestain. 4to: *4 **8 ***2 A-2Q8 2R4. 1st Edition in English (Lowndes 1616; NCBEL I, 1048; STC 18149). [28], 480, 491 - 641, [1] [= 660] pp. Printed, as well a period mss, glosses. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        REGII IN GALLIA CONSISTORII CONSILIARII, AMPLISSIMIQUE SENATUS PARISIENSIS, PRAEFIDIS, LEXICON IVRIS, SELECTARVM EX IVRE CIVILI ANTIQVITATVM BARNABAE BRISSONII (2)+I. C. IN SUPREMA PARISIENSIS CVRIA CAVSARVM PATRONI+FRANCISCI HOTOMANI IVRISCONSVLTI CLARISSIMI, PRAETEREA STRICTISSIMA DOCTISS, OMNIA RECOGNITA A F. MODIO I C. BRVGENSI

      Apud Ioan. Wechelum, impensis Segismundi Franckfurt. 1587. Lexicon Uiris. 35X23. 2h+698Pág+2h. Continua: Selectorum Ex Iure Civili Antiquitatum Libri IIII. 2h+295Pág+1h. Continua: Francisci Hotomani Iurisconsulti Clarissimi. Praeterea Strictissima Doctiss, Omnnia recognita a F. Mosio y C. Brugensi. 1h+194Pág+1h. Obra de Derecho del Gran Brisson, junto a otros muchos como François Hotman (parte ultima de nuestra Obra) fue propulsor de la humanista jurisprudencia, llevandola a su punto mas algido. Ref 2.6 Biblioteca AL.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Como Nuevo.

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        GLI ORDINI DELLA DIVOTA COMPAGNIA DELLE DIMESSE; Che Vivono Sotto il Nome, et la Protettione Della Purissima Madre di Dio Maria Vergine. Con Licentia de' Superiori, & Privilegio.

      Appresso Domenico Nicolini,, In Venetia: 1587 - Printer's device to t.p. Tailpieces. Large decorative initial capital letters. Father Antonio Pagani, the Order of Friars Minor is the founder of the Sisters Dimesse. Born in Venice, he graduated in civil law at Padua and joined the Franciscan Order in 1557. Bishop Matteo Priuli tasked Father Pagani with the reorganization of the diocese of Vicenza. In this city in 1579, Father Pagani founded the Company Dimesse or "Society of Our Lady ", creating a new form of life, bringing together the contemplative dimension in self and community, which was open to apostolic work as well. The "Company Dimesse" soon spread throughout the Republic of Venice: Murano, Bergamo, Verona, Thiene, Schio, Feltre, Padua and Udine. More recently, Dimesse is dedicated to education of girls by the opening of private schools, licensed by the government in 1842. [Wiki]. OCLC locates one copy [KS]. Tight binding, with just a hint of board splay. PO initials "G. P." to t.p. Occasional stain to paper, beginning with title leaf. Light bit of worming 1" from bottom edge of last two leaves; touches some printing, but not in an obtrusive manner. All-in-all, a very nice VG+ copy of a rare book. Later full vellum [early 18th C?] with title hand-inked to spine. Red edgestain. Later eps. 4to: *6 A - O4. 8-1/4" x 6-1/8". 1st edition. Not in Adams. [12], 109, [3] pp. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        STRABONIS RERUM GEOGRAPHICARUM LIBRI XVII. ISAACUS CASAUBONUS RECENSUIT, SUMMÓQUE STUDIO & DILIGENTIA, OPE ETIAM VETERUM CODICUM, EMENDAUIT, AC ACMMENTARIIS ILLUSTRAUIT

      Geneva: Eustathius Vignon, 1587.. Two parts bound in one volume. [8],602,[2],[8],223pp., printed in Greek and Latin in double-columns, plus double-page engraved map, Mercator, Rumold: ORBIS TERRAE COMPENDIOSA DESCRIPTIO. Geneva, 1587. 13 x 21 inches. Titles on titlepage and section-page for second part within historiated woodcut border. Folio. 17th-century green-stained vellum over paste- boards, boards gilt with floral roll within two triple-fillets of unstained vellum and central oval gilt coat-of-arms of "Ferdinand Hoffman Freyher Herr auf Grevenstein"; spine gilt with floral rolls within triple- fillers of unstained vellum, title inscribed by hand in unstained vellum of top compartment with later number "26" [library mark?] written over title, lacking silk ties, edges sprinkled with red bands. Slight wear to boards and spine, gilt. Large (10 x 6 1/2-inch) engraved allegorical bookplate of Ferdinand Hofmann, Freiherr von Grevenstein, designed by M. Göndelach and engraved by L. Kilian. Light worming in right margin of bookplate, front free endpaper, titlepage, and first two leaves of text (affecting small printed portions). Light age- toning. A very good copy. The first edition of Strabo's GEOGRAPHIA edited by Isaac Casaubon, with the excessively rare double-hemispherical world map by Rumold Mercator based on his father Gerald's renowned 1569 world map. One of the earliest and most important scientific treatises on historical geography, and Strabo's only surviving work, the GEOGRAPHIA represents an initial attempt to compile geographical knowledge in a unified manner. The work provides a survey of the topographical, historical, and political characteristics of the principal regions of the Roman world, also including information concerning philosophy, political theory, geology, mathematics, science, and history. Causabon's famous edition is based on four manuscripts which were in the library of his father-in-law, Henri Estienne, the esteemed Geneva printer and humanist. The first appearance of Mercator's only obtainable world map, the two-page double- hemispherical world map is handsomely decorated with elaborate strap-work borders, an armillary sphere, and a compass rose. "Gerald Mercator's great world map of 1569 was condensed into double-hemispherical form by his son Rumold...Later Rumold's map was incorporated into editions of Mercator's long- lived and influential ATLAS from 1595 onwards...The engraving is a model of clarity and neatness, with typical cursive flourishes to the lettering of the sea names" - Shirley. An important 16th-century edition of Strabo with the first appearance of Mercator's only obtainable world map. Strabo: ADAMS S- 1908. Mercator: SHIRLEY 157. WAGNER NORTHWEST COAST 146. KOEMAN Me12.

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        Primera Parte de la Historia General de Santo Domingo, y de su Orden de Predicadores.

      - Valencia, Pedro Patricio Mey, 1587, 31,5 x 23 cm., perg. moderno, 4 hojas, la primera blanca + 531 págs. a dos columnas + 2 h. (Portada remarginada. Páginas 35-36 carentes del margen exterior y afectando de una a tres letras en unas 40 columnas. Última página mal cosida a la encuadernación perdiendo parte del margen interno afectando a una o dos letras en varios renglones. La Historia de esta Orden fue publicada en distintas ciudades e imprentas hasta 1621 en 5 volúmenes. Fernando del Castillo fue el autor de los dos primeros tomos).

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        LAS SIETE PARTIDAS DE ALFONSO X EL SABIO nuevamente glosadas por el licenciado Gregorio Lopez 3 TOMOS

      DIEGO FERNANDEZ DE CORDOVA, VALLADOLID 1587 - DIEGO FERNANDEZ DE CORDOVA, VALLADOLID, 1587, 3 Tomos, 40x29, cada una de las siete partidas y el index lleva el escudo imperial de Carlos I, xilografiado; bellos capitulares (grabados xilograficos). Los textos de Alfonso X el Sabio a doble columna en latín y rodeando los comentarios en castellano de Gregorio Lopez. TOMO I: Primera y Segunda partida, VALLADOLID, 1587, en casa de Diego Fernandez de Cordoba; Primera partida (151 folios). En la primera página lleva el nombre del propietario y una nota (le costamos doce pesos en Granada año 1752). Segunda partida (116 folios), al final manuscrito a tinta de 1 página de anotaciones. TOMO II: 3ª Y 4ª Partida, VALLADOLID, 1587, en casa de Diego Fernandez de Cordoba. 3ª Partida (186 folios); 4ª Partida (73 folios) incluye dos grabados a página completa con un arbol de consanguineidad y un arbol de la afinidad (ligeramente tostado). Los dos tomos encuadernados en pergamino de época y el lomo rotulado a mano, Gregorio Lopez, 1ª y 2ª pda y 3ª y 4ª pda. Cierres con tiras en piel, interior bien conservados con un leve taladro de polilla en el borde central sin afectar al texto en la partida 2ª. TOMO III: 5ª, 6ª y 7ª e Index, SALAMANCA, 1555, primera edición, por ANDREA DE PORTONARIS, pergamino de epoca, falta un trozo pequeño en contraportada superior y esquinas. Ligeras manchas de humedad antiguas sin afectar al texto. La 5ª partida (112 folios) falta pequeña parte esquina superior derecha, 12 folios (afectan levemente al texto de humedad antigua). 6ª partida (116 folios). 7ª partida (112 folios) y al final firma y escudo xilografico. Index 30 folios al final con un escudo. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Rosario della Sacristissima Vergine Maria con li Miracoli bolle indulgeze molte altre cose agiunte come nel seguente soglio si vede. 1587

      - Jolie édition XVIe Vénissienne, chez Bernardo Giunti, 1587. Comprenant 3 ouvrages reliés en un, au format petit in-4°, 6 ff avec envoi à la grande Duchesse de Toscane, table et page de titre, frontispice attribué à Giacomo Franco (Fraco), 23 planches en hors-texte, lettrines et entêtes de chapitre, 141 feuillets numérotés (soit 282 pages), relié avec « Miracoli della Sacratissima Vergine Maria » seguit a Beneficio di Quelli che sono stati deuoti della compagnia des Santissimo Rosario, Venetia (Venise) chez Giunti, 1591. 28 feuillets soit 56 pages, relié avec « Brevi, Bolle et indulgenze concesse da diversi Pontefici, et altri Prelati di Santa Chiesa » alli devoti christiani della compagnia del Sanctissimo Rosario, Gia raccolte da Gioseppe Stefano Valentino, & hora ultimamente di numero accresciute, e sommari dichiarate. In Venetia, Giunti, 1591. Le tout en plein velin d'époque avec coiffes frottées, traces de mouillures anciennes. Exemplaire en état correct, rare et bien illustré. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Discorso d'Antonio Lupicini, sopra i ripari del Po, et d'altri fiumi, che hanno gl'argini di terra posticcia.

      - In Firenze, appresso Giorgio Marescotti, 1587, in-4, privo di brossura, pp. 15, [1]. Con marca editoriale in xilografia sul frontespizio. Esistono anche esemplari con data 1586 (stesso formato, stessa paginazone e stessa impronta). Riccardi 1/II 59. 10 esemplari censiti in Edit16. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        America sive novi Orbis, nova descriptio

      Antwerp 1587 - Abraham Ortelius (1527-1598) America sive novi Orbis, nova descriptio From Theatrum Orbis Terrarum Antwerp: 1587 Hand-colored copperplate engraving 18 ¼" x 22 ½" sheet size; 36" x 34" framed (framed with description) Abraham Ortel, or Ortelius (1527-1598), was born in Antwerp in 1527 and was educated in Greek, Latin and mathematics. Ortelius began his career in cartography as a map colorist, and worked as a map and book dealer. Ortelius evolved into a keen and discerning expert on contemporary geographical knowledge and its expression in cartography, even traveling through Italy and France with Gerard Mercator (1512-1594), his friend and rival. In the 1560’s Ortelius conceived of the project that would win him international acclaim, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, widely considered the first modern atlas. Ortelius collected the best contemporary maps available, and had each re-engraved by the talented Flemish artist Frans Hogenberg (1535-90) into a standard format and graphic style, appended scholarly text to their versos, and published them as a uniform edition. He maintained the highest quality of paper, engraving and coloring, resulting in some of the most beautiful maps ever produced. The Theatrum proved to be a landmark advancement over previous collections of maps. Suddenly, curious Europeans truly seemed to have the world at their fingertips. From the time of its first printing until well after Ortelius’ death, international demand for the Theatrum continued unabated. Between the first appearance of the Theatrum in 1570 and its final edition in 1612, it was printed in 31 editions and seven languages, a remarkable figure for the time. Both decorative and functional, this map is one of the most famous and easily recognizable maps of America and had a profound influence on the future cartography of the New World. This map was published in 1570, 1579 and 1587, of which this is the third version. Each map reflects ongoing revisions based on actual reports from explorers such as Cabeza de Vaca, De Soto, and Coronado. This third and improved 1587 version contains some important changes by Ortelius, including the application of the name California to the whole peninsula, as opposed to merely the tip. This is one of the earliest printed maps to do so. Other changes include the removal of the bulge on the southwestern coast of Chile, and new nomenclature on the northwest coast of America, such as the first appearance of Cape Mendocino. On the east coast the Indian name “Wingadekoa” appears; this could be either Virginia or North Carolina and an inlet to the north is possible the first depiction of the Chesapeake Bay on a printed map. In addition, Chile is shown as a country rather than a town and the Solomon Islands are shown for the first time. Also added is an ornate cartouche around the part of North America designated in Latin as “this territory is as yet unknown” and for the first time Ortelius’ name is on the map, along with a date.

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        HISTORIA DE LAS COSAS MAS NOTABLES, RITOS Y COSTUMBRES, DEL GRAN REYNO DELA CHINA.CON UN ITINERARIO DEL NUEUO MUNDO.

      Madrid: En casa de Pedro Madrigal, 1586 [but dated 1587 on the colophon page]. - Two parts bound in one volume. [12],116; 244,[12] leaves, including one full-page plate. Small octavo. Contemporary calf, rebacked with original gilt backstrip laid down, gilt red morocco label. Binding edgeworn and rubbed, foredge of front board gnawed. Trimmed close, affecting the first word of the title and the running headline in the preliminary material. Ex- lib., with a small ink stamp on the verso of the titlepage and on the colophon page. Faint old stain in upper margin of second part, else quite clean internally. About very good. In a half morocco and cloth box. An early edition of Gonzalez de Mendoza, following the first of 1585, and the second and best edition to contain the Espejo narrative of early exploration in the American Southwest. Antonio de Espejo began his exploration of New Mexico in 1583, in the company of Fray Beltran and fourteen soldiers. The ostensible reason for his expedition was to find Fr. Agustin Rodriguez, who had disappeared in that region the previous year, but much more was accomplished than merely establishing the sad fate of the martyred Franciscan. A true wealth of new information about the traversed territory was garnered, and this is the first publication to include notice of that expedition (found in this edition beginning on leaf 165 of the second part). Most editions of this work do not contain the information about Espejo's New Mexican adventure, and Wagner says that the present edition is only the second with the Espejo narrative, following a Madrid edition of 1586, printed by Querino Gerardo Flamenco. Wagner also notes that many of the errors of that previous edition have been corrected in the present edition, and Palau writes that this edition is considered to be the most complete. Other Americana content in this volume can be found beginning on leaf 147 of the second part, in the section entitled "Itinerario y epitome de todas las cosas notables que ay desde Espana, hasta el Reyno de la China, y de la China a Espana, boluiendo por la India Oriental, despues de auer dado buelta a casi todo el Mundo. En el qual se trata de los ritos, cerimonias, y costumbres de la gente que en todo el ay, y de la riqueza, fertilidad y fortaleza de muchos Reynos, y la descripcion de todos ellos," which is a succinct tour of Cuba, Santo Domingo, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Central America, and the Philippines. Topics of special interest are natural history, Indian landholding practices, and Spanish cultural developments. Ortelius states in his atlas that he obtained more information about America from this work than from any other single source. In addition to the volume's great Americana content, it offers rich data on China, Japan, the Maluccas (the Spice Islands), and the Philippines. The author (1545-1614) was an Augustinian, but he includes much about the activities of Jesuits and Franciscans, seemingly - and this is notable - in an impartial and unprejudiced manner. Copies of the Spanish language editions of this work that contain the account of the Espejo expedition have become very rare in commerce. EUROPEAN AMERICANA 587/21. JCB (3)I:307-308. PALAU 105499. MEDINA (BHA) 308. WAGNER SPANISH SOUTHWEST 7z. STREIT IV:1993. SALVA 3333. SABIN 27776 (note).

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        DISCORSI DELL'ARTE POETICA; ET IN PARTICOLARE DEL POEMA HEROICO. Et insieme il primo libro delle Lettere scritte à diversi suoi amici, le quali oltra la famigliarità, sono ripiene di molti concetti, & avvertimenti poetici à dichiaratione d'alcuni luoghi della sua Gierusalemme liberata. Gli uni, e l'altre scritte nel tempo, ch'egli compose detto suo Poema. Non più stampati. In Venetia, Ad in stanza di Giulio Vassalini Libraro à Ferrara, 1587.

      - Opera dedicata al Signor Scipione Gonzaga. Cm.18,8x13,7. Pg.(8), 216, numerate solo al recto. Legatura in mz.pergamena con piatti marmorizzati. Tassello con titoli in oro al dorso. Marca tipografica al frontespizio. Cartigli fregi decorativi e capilettera incisi. Esemplare assai fresco. > Adams, 228. Gamba, 971, "Erasi fatta la prima edizione di questi Discorsi in "Venezia ad instanza di Giulio Vassalini libraro a Ferrara, 1587" in 4°, unendovi anche il "Primo Libro delle Lettere scritte a diversi". Questa edizione prima, dedicata da Giovanni Battista Licinio a Scipione Gonzaga, è da osservare che dee appartenere alle stampe Aldine quantunque il Renouard non ne faccia ne' suoi "Annales des Alde" alcuna parola. Ha i fregi in legno, e i caratteri delle Aldine edizioni di questo tempo, e l'impresa medesima dell'Opera "P.Manutii Adagia", impressa in Venezia "Ex Unitorum Societate", 1585, in 4°; la quale come ediz. d'Aldo il giovine, dallo stesso Renouard viene riferita all'an.1585". Graesse, VI, 39. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Les œuvres morales et meslées de Plutarque Translatée de Grec en François, revues & corrigées en plusieurs passages par le Translateur. Comprises en deux Tomes, & enrichies en cette dernière. Edition de Préfaces générales, d’amples Sommaires au commencement d’un chacun des Traitez, & d’Annotations en marge . 2 volumes in folio, plein peau d’époque. Vol. I. 1-363.pp. vol. II. 365-674 pp. + tables des indices. Reliures plein peau d’époque, rousseurs sur page titre du premier volume, autrement très bel exemplaire.

      A Lyon, pour Estienne Michel. MDLXXXVII. 1587 - [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        BRITANNIA. SIVE FLORENTISSIMORVM REGNORVM, ANGLIAE, SCOTIAE, HIBERNIAE, ET INSVLARVM ADIACENTIUM EX INTIMA ANTIQUITATE CHOROGRAPHICA DESCRIPTIO

      London: Ralph Newbery, 1587.. [16],648,[22]pp. Contemporary vellum, manuscript spine title. Minor toning and soiling, but generally clean internally. Contemporary notations throughout text. Very good. Second edition of the first major topography of Britain. Camden was urged and encouraged to undertake this massive survey by Ortelius. Ten years in the making, the work forced the author to "get some knowledge of the Welsh and Anglo-Saxon languages, to read and read again both native and other historians, many of whose works still remained in manuscript, and to ransack and select from the public records" - DNB. The work was an immediate success, passing through three edition in the first four years. "If Camden wsa not the first English historian (in the modern sense of the word), topographer and antiquarian, he was certainly the first to relate the three studies, and his BRITANNIA is the first book which shows the need to evaluate sources. It was the revolutionary subject matter, and its even more evolutionary treatment of the subject, which made it at once the vehicle and the model for research in all three subjects for the next two hundred and fifty years" - PMM. ESTC S107382. STC 4504. PMM 101 (1st ed). GRAESSE II, p.24. LOWNDES I, p.357.

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        "Orbis terrae compendiosa descriptio"

      Duisburg, 1587. THE FIRST DOUBLE-HEMISPHERE WORLD MAP Engraving with original hand color: 151/2" x 201/2" References: Rodney W. Shirley, The Mapping of the World (London, 1983), n. 157. This striking map represents a re-working of Mercator's great world map of 1569 by his son and successor Rumold, who transformed it into double-hemispherical form in 1587 and incorporated it into editions of Mercator's influential atlas from 1595. The engraving is a model of clarity and neatness, with typical cursive flourishes to the lettering of the sea names. Surrounding the hemispheres is a strapwork border, while between them at the top margin is an armillary sphere and at the bottom an elaborate compass rose. Gerard Mercator's prominent south-west bulge on the coastline of South America, which was soon to be corrected, is retained. This superb map represents a seminal moment in the history of cartography, for it was the primary instrument by which knowledge of Mercator's projection was diffused throughout Europe.. Book.

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        Il Re Torrismondo tragedia.Venice, Fabio & Agostino Zoppini, 1588. 12mo or long 24mo in 12s (13.5×7 cm). With the Zoppinis' woodcut device on the title-page, a woodcut headpiece, several woodcut tailpieces, several woodcut decorated initials (3 series), and cast fleurons. Gold- and blind-tooled overlapping sheepskin (ca. 1900?).

      ICCU CNCE 48032 (8 copies); WorldCat (2 copies); USTC (9 copies); cf. Adams T249 (1587/88 Ferrara ed. with matching collation). One of the earliest editions of a tragic play in Italian verse by Torquato Tasso (1544-1595), published only a year after the first edition of 1587. Torrismondo follows the classical tradition, influenced by Sophocles and Seneca, and tells the story of Alvida, princess of Norway, who is forced to marry Torrismondo, King of the Goths. Tasso had made his name with his epic poem Gerusalemme liberata, published in 1580, and the present work also proved extremely popular.Although the endleaf facing the title-page is signed "Francisco: Drake" and the title-page initialled "FD", both in a contemporary hand, the signature does not closely resemble the known signatures of Sir Francis Drake (ca. 1540-1596), so the owner may have been a namesake. With an occasional running head shaved and the outer fold of the last quire reinforced and an occasional leaf slightly dirty. Otherwise in very good condition. An early edition of a play very popular in its day.

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        Quieta solitudine di varii ragionamenti, discorsi, et concetti, ove si narra quattro navigationi ... Bologna, Alessandro Benacci, 1587. Small 4to (21×15 cm). With a woodcut coat of arms on the title-page. 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", gold fillets on sides and board edges.

      USTC 822630 (citing Edit 16); not in Atabey; Blackmer; Howgego (neither real nor "invented and apocryphal"); Mortimer. Rare first and only edition of Italian literary musings concerning merchant voyages, including information about commerce with the Ottoman Empire, Egypt, Syria, Arabia, Persia, India and China, with references to Mecca, Constantinople, Cairo and other cities. There are seven numbered chapters (each called a "Spatio"). One discusses a voyage to the East Indies and many refer to real places, but some of the other destinations, as well as the names of some of the people and ships, seem to be allegorical. Chapter one argues for the benefits of travel abroad in general. Chapter 2, discusses the voyage of two ships to the East Indies and mentions many real places along the way and beyond. Chapter 3 concerns the ship Pistri. Chapter 4 describes a voyage to "Tana" by "Mandrilio" (a baboon?), "Quintilius" (the unfortunate Roman general?) and "Fausto" (Doctor Faustus?). Chapter 5 concerns the voyage of the ship Castorea and mentioning Mecca and Arabic and Persian merchants. Chapter 6 offers advice in the form of ten rules "che gli furno date da Medici". Chapter 7 names ten (fictitious?) academic doctors and (satirically?) presents the "elegantissime conclusioni con loro dottrina".Washed by the 19th-century binder but book and binding in very good condition. A charmingly bound copy of a rare and curious work on the Near and Far East.

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        THE WHOLE VOLUME OF STATUTES AT LARGE, which at anie time heeretofore haue beene extant in print, since Magna Charta, vntill the xxix. yeere of the reigne of our most gratious souereigne Ladie Elizabeth by the grace of God, Queene of England

      London, printed for Christopher Barker, Printer to the Queenes most excellent Maiestie, 1587.France and Ireland, defender of the faith, &c. VVith marginall notes, and a table of necessarie vse newlie added herevnto. Volume I and a small part of Volume II (2 volumes complete), 1587 edition, 4to in eights, approximately 270 x 195 mm, 10½ x 7½ inches, broad decorative border to title page, elegant pictorial head - and tailpieces, historiated initials, printed in black letter, pages: [28], 1043, [1], 198 of 786, bound in full old calf, triple blind ruled border to covers, raised bands to spine, blind rules, hand lettered title to spine. Boards slightly stained and slightly worn on edges and corners, upper hinge starting to crack next to some raised bands, very small crack at top of hinges, tiny chip at top of lower hinge, front pastedown missing, 2 early inscriptions on front endpaper which is browned at edges and is laid down on paper, initial blank present with a repaired closed tear, some upper margins trimmed, no loss of print, small pale damp stain to some upper margins and to a few fore - edge margins, closed tear on page 1013, neatly repaired without loss, a little brown spotting to lower inner margin of pages 2 and 3 (second sequence). A very good clean, tight, sturdy copy, lacking most of Volume II as noted. The Statutes begin with Henry III and Magna Carta, and continue to the reign of Henry VIII, followed in Volume II to the seventh year of the reign of Edward VI. Sweet and Maxwell, Volume I, page 352, No. 18. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Die drei Grazien: Aglaia, Euphrosyne und Thalia.

      . Kupferstich, 1587, nach Hendrik Goltzius, auf Bütten mit Wasserzeichen: Wappen mit ligiertem Monogramm JS. 30,2:21,5 cm. Provenienz: Sammlung G, nicht bei Lugt. Literatur: Krystof, Abb. 20, S. 228, Bl. 8 der Ornatus-Folge; Bartsch 285; Hollstein 244, I (von III). - Vor der Adresse von Visscher. Brillanter, gestochen scharfer Abdruck mit rau zeichnender Plattenkante und etwas Plattenton. Mit feinem Rändchen ringsum. - Bis auf eine schwache Querfalte, einer minimalen Beschädigung der linken unteren Ecke und zwei winzigen Nadellöchlein von ausgezeichneter Erhaltung. Die Rötelzeichnung von H. Goltzius (1558-1617), nach der Matham das Blatt gestochen hat, befindet sich im Kupferstichkabinett in Berlin. Die Komposition gehört in eine thematisch nur lose zusammenhängende, acht Blatt umfassende Folge mit mythologischen und allegorischen Sujets.. Die besondere Bedeutung von Goltzius ist u.a. auf seine Entwicklung einer besonderen Stichtechnik zurückzuführen, die die "farbige" Wiedergabe von Gemälden ermöglichte. 1582 eröffnete der erfolgreiche Künstler in Haarlem eine große Stecherschule. Jacob Matham, sein Stiefsohn und Schüler, brachte Goltzius größten Respekt entgegen und bezeichnete ihn in einer Beischrift zu einem 1616 publizierten Stich, der das Porträt des Haarlemer Kupferstechers zeigt, als "Ideal eines großen Geistes und Kopfes" (zitiert aus: Doris Krystof, Werben für die Kunst. Bildliche Kunsttheorie und das Rhetorische in den Kupferstichen von Hendrik Goltzius, Dissertation, Köln 1993, S. 18). Bei dem aus der römischen Mythologie stammenden Motiv der drei Grazien, den Töchtern des Zeus, die für Glanz, Frohsinn und Blüte, kurz Schönheit und Anmut stehen, handelt es sich um eines der beliebtesten Themen der Bildenden Kunst. Sie wurden meist unbekleidet, sich berührend bzw. haltend dargestellt, sowohl einzeln als auch im Gefolge der Venus, des Bacchus oder Apollo.

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        DE ARTE GYMNASTICA LIBRI SEX in quibus exercitationum omnium vetustarum genera, loca, modi, facultates & quidquid denique as corporis humani eaxercitationes pertinet diligenter explicatur

      Venetiis:: Apud Iuntas [Giunta Press],, 1587.. Third edition. Large 8vo, pp. [xii]. 308 [ie. 312]; [26]. Fleur-de-lys and initials "L A " with a frame of fauns on the title page. The 23 full page wood cuts are copies of those designed for the author by Pirro Ligorio (1510-1583) and cut by Cristoforo Coriolani. Bound in contemporary vellum (lacks 2 inches at the bottom of the spine, cut to the top of the spine), 18th century ownership mark on the corner of the title-page, some other holograph on the end paper, generally a very clean copy with wide margins. Durling 3090; Garrison-Morton 1986); the second edition of 1573 was the first illustrated book on gymnastics; Brunet III:1646; Wellcome IV, p.116; Olser 3387. Mainly a page for page reprint of the second edition of 1573. First published in 1569, it is "one of the earliest books to discuss the therapeutic value of gymnastics and sports generally for the cure of disease and disability, and an important study of gymnastics in the ancient world" (Garrison-Morton 1986). Born in the city of Forlì, the son of Giovanni Mercuriali, also a doctor, Mercurialis was educated at Bologna and Padua and Venice, where he received his doctorate in 1555. Moving to Rome, he studied the classical and medical literature of the Greeks and Romans. His studies of the attitudes of the ancients toward diet, exercise and hygiene and the use of natural methods for the cure of disease culminated in the publication of his De Arte Gymnastica. With its explanations concerning the principles of physical therapy, it is considered the first book on sports medicine. The work gave Mercuriali fame. He was called to occupy the chair of practical medicine in Padua in 1569. In 1573, he was called to Vienna to treat the Holy Roman Emperor, Maximilian II. The emperor, pleased with Mercuriali’s treatment (although Maximilian would die three years later), made him Count Palatine. He returned home in the following years; in 1575, the Venetian Senate awarded him a six-year contract as a professor at the University of Padua.

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        IL DEVOTISSIMO VIAGGIO DI GERUSALEMME. Fatto, & descritto in sei libri dal Sigr. Giovanni Zuallardo ... l'anno 1586. Aggiontovi i disegni di varii luoghi di Terra Santa & altri paesi intagliati da Natale Bonifacio Dalmata.

      Rome, F. Zanetti, & Gia. Ruffinelli, 1587.FIRST EDITION 1587, Italian text. Small 4to, 220 x 150 mm, 8¾ x 5¾ inches, fine engraved title page with architectural border with coats of arms of the Knights of the Holy Sepulchre and of the dedicatee, Odoardo Farnese, plus in the lower panel a pilgrim walking with the Virtues, full page engraved portrait of the author on b1 recto with his coats of arms, lion device and a verse addressed to him by Julius Roscius, 51 copper engraved views, maps, plans, and details of pilgrimage churches, 2 are full page, 17 measure 52 x 82 mm, (2 x 3¼ inches), and the rest are half page, engraved by the Croatian Natale Bonifacio after drawings by the author (Proemio), woodcut head - and tailpieces and historiated initials, divided into six books, pages (20), 402, (10) - index and colophon, bound in full crushed morocco, (signed Cuzin on lower dentelle) raised bands and gilt lettering to spine, wide gilt inner dentelles (turn ins), all edges gilt. Slightest rub to hinges at tail of spine, 2 small round faint brown marks to upper margin of title page, neat rectangular library stamp to verso title page, very small library stamp to lower margin of dedication page and colophon page, no other library signs, contents clean and bright throughout, binding tight and firm. A very good copy of the first edition of a rare and important travel book. Giovanni Zuallardo (1541 - 1634) born in Hainaut, Belgium, accompanied the son of a nobleman to whom he was tutor on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land in 1586. This account of his 6 month travels in the Levant contains some of the earliest printed illustrations of buildings and and views of Palestine. Places visited include Venice, Italy, the Tremiti Islands, Southern Mediterranean, Zante, Cyprus, Crete, the surroundings of Bethlehem, Jaffa, Jerusalem and Tripoli. Many of the illustrations were copied by subsequent authors. "A traveller from the Low Countries, Zuallart visited the Holy Land in 1586. The judge, historian and Knight of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre was also a self - taught artist who produced a travel book full of romantic images of the exotic East. His drawings of biblical cities nestling in sand dunes and bathed in sunshine were so accurate and precise that they are still a key source for architectural historians today" London Library. Harvard, Italian 16th Century Books, Volume II, No. 559; Blackmer 1873; Adams, Books Printed in Europe 1501 - 1600, Z - 190. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        HISTORIA DEL NOBILE, ET VALOROSO CAVALIER FELICE MAGNO figliuolo del Re Falangre della gran Brettagna, & della Reina Clarinta, nella quale si raccontano i suoi grandi, & maravigliosi fatti tradotta con somma diligenza di Spagnuolo in lingua Italiana.

      In Verona: appresso Sebastiano dalle Donne: ad instanza di Francesco de' Franceschi senese, 1587.FIRST ITALIAN EDITION 1587, small 8vo, 155 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, printer's device on title page, a few decorated initials, leaves: (12), 294 of 298 (that is 588 pages numbered on rectos only), LACKING 4 LEAVES OF TEXT (295 - 298) AND 2 UNNUMBERED LEAVES AT THE END, one with colophon (1586) and one blank, bound in full antique limp vellum, old hand lettering to spine, fore - edges stained red. Vellum discoloured and slightly stained, a couple of small chips to surface of covers, 1 top corner slightly worn, spine darkened, a couple of small holes to spine neatly repaired, tiny chip at top of lower hinge, tiny hole midway, title written neatly on fore - edges, small patch of worming and 2 shelf - marks to front endpapers, rear free endpaper missing, slight worming to rear pastedown, joint between title page and front endpaper partly cracked, neat early signature to title page, private library ink stamp on verso, 4 leaves of Tavola and first 20 leaves of text have small pale damp stain at fore - edge, occasional light browning to pages, fore - edge margins trimmed close in places, no loss of text, neat small repair to 1 lower corner, another to closed tear in lower margin with loss of 1 letter in bottom line of text, last 2 leaves slightly dusty in the margins and with tiny corner creases, small repair to fore - edge margin of last leaf. A good tight clean copy (lacking last 4 leaves of text and colophon leaf as noted). The tale of Felix Magno was a Spanish romance of chivalry whose author's name is unknown. It was first published in Barcelona in 1531 by Carlos Amoros as Los cuatro libros del valerosisimo caballero Felix Magno. It seems to have been well received by the public and was reprinted by Sebastian Trujillo in Seville in 1543 and 1549. The book tells the story of Felix the Great, son of King Falangriz of Great Britain and Queen Clarinta, and his exploits and quest for glory and salvation of the soul and body. Much of its pages are devoted to the struggles of the Paladins against the Moors and Turks. Our Italian translation by Camillo Camilli (who signs the Dedication) consists of 2 books, the second starting on leaf 138v. It seems that no more was published. There are 3 copies located by EDIT16 in Italy and 1 copy located by Copac in the British Library and all have only the first 2 books. The running title on the rectos throughout is "prima parte" so it seems that Camilli had intended to produce another volume. Not in Brunet, Adams, nor Harvard, 16th Century Italian Books. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING, ALL ZOOMABLE. FURTHER IMAGES ON REQUEST. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Lutzenburgensis Ducatus Veriss. Descript.

      Antwerpen ca. 1587. Karte zeigt gesamt Luxemburg, Fürstliche Ausgabe - goldgehöht, selten, altkoloriert, Kupferstich, 36,50 x 49. Zustand: Perfekt, dem Alter entsprechend

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        REGII IN GALLIA CONSISTORII CONSILIARII, AMPLISSIMIQUE SENATUS PARISIENSIS, PRAEFIDIS, LEXICON IVRIS, SELECTARVM EX IVRE CIVILI ANTIQVITATVM BARNABAE BRISSONII (2)+I. C. IN SUPREMA PARISIENSIS CVRIA CAVSARVM PATRONI+FRANCISCI HOTOMANI IVRISCONSVLTI CLARISSIMI, PRAETEREA STRICTISSIMA DOCTISS, OMNIA RECOGNITA A F. MODIO I C. BRVGENSI

      . Zustand: Como Nuevo Einband: Encuadernacion de tapa dura. Franckfurt. 1587. Lexicon Uiris. 35X23. 2h+698Pag+2h. Continua: Selectorum Ex Iure Civili Antiquitatum Libri IIII. 2h+295Pag+1h. Continua: Francisci Hotomani Iurisconsulti Clarissimi. Praeterea Strictissima Doctiss, Omnnia recognita a F. Mosio y C. Brugensi. 1h+194Pag+1h. Obra de Derecho del Gran Brisson, junto a otros muchos como Francois Hotman (parte ultima de nuestra Obra) fue propulsor de la humanista jurisprudencia, llevandola a su punto mas algido. Ref 2.6 Biblioteca AL.

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        Pancharis [bound with] Imitations du Latin de Jean Bonnefons Avec Autres Gayetez Amoureuses de L'Invention de L'Autheur

      Lutetiae (Paris): Abelis L'Angelier, 1587. Lutetiae (Paris): Abelis L'Angelier, 1587. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. First Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Later but likely 17th century half vellum over paste paper boards, some soiling and wear. Slight age toning, Durant penned to the second title, otherwise clean internally. 68, (2), blank; 148, (3), blank. Register of Erotic Books (the 1878 edition and the 1722 English translation). & & When Bonnefons' Pancharis appeared it was hailed as the finest verse since Catullus (whose Baccia it is modeled on) - it was so popular that the imitations in French by Durant followed so quickly (and without noting the author) that it was long thought to be authored by Bonnefons as well. Very rare, just 6 copies in OCLC and 1 at auction over the last 30+ years. Both works with the privilege leaf and errata at the end. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Poetry; Erotica. Inventory No: 044735.

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