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        Sylva vocabulorum et phrasium cum solutae, tum ligatae orationis, ex optimis & probatis Latinae et Graecae linguae autoribus...ab Henrico Decimatore Giffhornensi. Editio nova vocabulis Hebraicis aucta, per M. Valentinum Schindlerum..

      Wittenberg, Krafft; Zacharias, 1587.. ( Verlag ermittelt ) Mit 616 ( von 624 ) n.n.. Blättern ( es fehlen die letzten Blätter sowie etwaige ursprünglich vorhandene Vorsätze ). Titelblatt mit Holzschnittvignette, einige gestochene Vignetten im Text. Blindgeprägter OPergamentband, 8° ( 17,5 x 10,5 cm ) mit umlaufendem Rotschnitt. Einband berieben, etwas fleckig, Schließen fehlen, stärker wurmstichig und etwas beschädigt. Ecken und Kanten stärker bestoßen. Innen mit handschriftlichen Vermerken von alter Hand auf dem Innendeckel vorn, das Titelblatt mit Ausrissen zum Außenrand und zum Innenfalz ( ohne Textverlust ). Seiten durchgehend etwas wurmstichig ( wenige Seiten mit kleinem Buchstabenverlust ), Papier gebräunt, teils etwas fleckig, finger- und braunfleckig, ca. 10 Seiten durch Anstreichungen von alter Hand in Tinte nur teilweise oder nicht lesbar, ca. 3 Seiten durch starken Abrieb nicht lesbar.Es fehlen die letzten Blätter mit der Auflistung der Sternzeichen, es endet hier mit *Scorpion*, *Schütze* und folgende fehlen ), Seiten teils angeknickt oder eselsohrig, einige Seiten mit Randläsionen. - selten - ( Gewicht 850 Gramm ) >>>Von dem bekannten Hebraisten Schindler bearbeitete Ausgabe des viersprachigen Wörterbuchs in deutsch - lateinisch - griechisch - hebräisch.<<< ( Pic erhältlich // webimage available ).

      [Bookseller: Buchhandlung & Antiquariat Friederichsen]
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        Satyricon. Adiecta sunt veterum quorundam poetarum carmina non dißimilis argumenti ... Cum notis doctorum virorum.

      Paris, M. Patisson, 1587.. 8°. 4 Bll., 174 SS., 21 Bll., 132 SS., 2 w. Bll. Pergament d. Zt.. Adams P 872; Renouard, Estienne I, 187, 5; Schweiger II, 723. Zweite vermehrte Ausgabe der bedeutenden Petronius-Edition von Pierre Pithou, die für etwa 100 Jahre unübertroffen bleiben sollte. Gegenüber der ersten Ausgabe von 1577 verbessert und erweitert - "edition bien superieure a l'in-16 du meme Patisson, 1577." (Renouard). Der Drucker Mamert Patisson war Korrektor bei Robert II Estienne, 1574 heiratete er dessen Witwe und 1578 wurde er "Imprimeur du Roy". Die vorliegende Ausgabe ist auch bedeutend durch den reichen Anhang von weiteren erotischen Texten, darunter dem von Pithou entdeckten "Pervigilium Veneris", das hier erstmals mit Kommentar in einer öffentlichen Ausgabe erscheint. - Gut erhalten, wenig gebräunt, kaum fleckig, Einband berieben und mit unauffälligen Ausbesserungen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        De conceptu et generatione hominis... Nunc denuo recogniti & in plerisque locis castigati.

      Frankfurt, (Fabricius für Feyerabend), 1587.. (18 x 13,5 cm). 4 nn., 92 num. Bll. Mit Titelholzschnitt und 69 (6 ganzseitigen) Textholzschnitten von Jost Amman. Lederband des 17. Jahrhunderts mit reicher Rückenvergoldung.. Dritte lateinische Ausgabe des 1554 erstmals erschienenen Hebammen-Klassikers, zugleich zweite mit den Holzschnitten von Amman. - "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). "An improved version of Rösslin's 'Swangern frawen'. This contains the first true anatomical pictures in an obstetrics book. Rueff described smooth-edged forceps for delivery of a live baby, preceding Chamberlen and a toothed forceps for extraction of the dead foetus. He developed a method of celphic version combining internal and external manipulation" (G/M). - Der berühmte Steinschneider Rüff (1500-1558) wurde in Zürich u.a. auch für Geburtshilfe und Hebammenunterricht angestellt. Diesem Unterricht liegt sein berühmtes Buch zu Grunde, das im Gegensatz zu Roesslins Werk aufgrund eigener Erfahrungen des Verfassers entstanden ist und in dem er den besonderen Wert anatomischer Kenntnisse für Hebammen betont. - Leicht gebräunt bzw. stellenweise etwas stock- und fingerfleckig. Oberer Rand knapp beschnitten, Kopfzeilen teilweise angeschnitten. Einband gering berieben und bestoßen. Insgesamt wohlerhalten. - 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) Third Latin edition, the second one with the woodcuts by Amman. - Minor browning. Lightly stained. Closely trimmed, partly cut into headers. Calf of the 17th century, lightly rubbed and scuffed. Fine copy

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Löcker]
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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.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        Della genealogia degli dei. Libri quindeci... Con la spositione de sensi allegorici delle favole... Tradotta gia per Gioseppe Betussi.

      Venezia, Marc'Antonio Zaltieri, 1587.. 4°. 20 ff., 268 pp., mit Druckermarke Reich vergoldeter hellbrauner geglätteter Kalbslederband des 20. Jhs. (sign. Gino Bacci, Livorno). Vgl. Brunet, I, 986 u. Graesse, I, 446; nicht bei Adams; nach ICCU nur zwei Exemplare in italienischen Bibliotheken. Seltene Ausgabe von Giuseppe Betussis erstmals 1545 erschienener italienischer Übersetzung. Boccaccio verfasste das für seine grosse Gelehrsamkeit berühmte Werk "De genealogiis deorum gentilium" zwischen 1347 und 1360. Es gibt nicht nur die Genealogien der antiken Götter, sondern dient zugleich auch als eine Art mythologisches Lexikon. In der Renaissance hatte es als Nachlagewerk zur antiker Götter- und Heroenwelt eine grosse Bedeutung und wurde häufig gedruckt und übersetzt. Hervorzuheben ist auch der längere Exkurs im vierzehnten Buch über die Poesie, die Boccaccio leidenschaftlich gegen Ihre Verächter verteidigt. - Schönes Exemplar, nur wenige Blätter etwas gebräunt, Datum alt in "1588" geändert, leicht berieben.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Thomas Rezek]
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        Wratislavia. Altkol. Kupferstich von Braun/Hogenberg, in der Platte datiert 1587. Aus Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Ca. 36 x 48 cm.

      1587. . Gesamtansicht der Stadt an der Oder aus der Vogelschau.- Mit 2 Legenden und 2 Wappenkartuschen in den vier Ecken.- Text auf der Rückseite.- Weißer Außenrand mit kleinen, teils hinterlegten Läsionen.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Schramm]
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        De auro libri tres. Opus sane aureum in quo de auro tum aestimando, tum conficiendo, tum ute(n)do ingeniose & docte differitur. Cum explicatione perutili & periocunda complurium, tam philosophie(m), quam facultatis medice(m) arcanoru(m).

      Ferrara, Baldini, 1587.. (14 x 9 cm). (16) 133 (2) S. Mit Titelholzschnitt. Flexibler alter Manuskriptpergamentband.. Zweite Ausgabe dieses sehr seltenen, erstmals 1586 in Venedig erschienenen Werkes, in einem Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des in Lauingen geborenen Arztes Johann Ruland (1585-1648), Stadtphysikus in Preßburg. - Giovanni Franceso Pico della Mirandola, Neffe des großen Giovanni, verfasste eine Reihe von philosophischen und theologischen Werken. In vorliegendem Werk beschreibt er 5 verschiedene Methoden der Goldherstellung und die Verwendung von Trinkgold. "His only alchemical work was this on gold. It was written so early as 1515 and in it he endeavours to prove the possibility of the transmutation of metals both speculatively and historically by actual cases, of some of which he himself was eye-witness" (Ferguson). Thorndike hält die Autorschaft von G. F. Pico della Mirandola für zweifelhaft. - Der hübsche Titelholzschnitt zeigt einen Alchemisten bei der Arbeit. - Stellenweise etwas stockfleckig. Vorsatz mit Besitzvermerk von alter Hand. Einband etwas gebräunt. Rücken sehr sauber erneuert. Insgesamt gut erhalten. - EDIT 16, CNCE 30366; Duveen 474; Ferguson II, 203 (Anm.); Brüning 580; Thorndike V, 540 Second edition. With woodcut on title. - Some foxing and marginal waterstaining in places. Old vellum from manuscript, somwhat browned. Spine renewed. Very good

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Gerhard Gruber]
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        Predigten Johannis Calvini über das Buch Job. Der ander Theil. Aus dem Französischen trewlich verteutsch. Gedruckt zu Herborn in der Graffschaft Nassau Catzenelnbogen durch Christoff Raben. MDLXXXVII (1587).

      1587. 658 Seiten 17 x 20,5 cm blindgeprägter Lederband - Der geprägte Schweinsledereinband über vier Bünden. Die zwei Schließen fehlen. Schöner, klarer Druck. Von sehr guter Erhaltung. Mit einigen Anstreichungen und Unterstreichungen (in rot) von alter Hand..

      [Bookseller: Krull GmbH - Versandantiquariat -]
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        "Sigismondus Feyrabendius". Halbfigur nach halblinks des Buchhändlers und -druckers in Frankfurt, die Rechte auf einem aufgestellten Buch, oben rechts die geflügelte Fama.

      . Kupferstich von J. Sadeler, dat. 1587, 15,5 x 11,5 cm.. Nagler 14; Andresen, Handb., Nr. 16. - Verso drei Sammlerstempel. - Mit sehr feinem Rändchen um die Einfassungslinie.

      [Bookseller: Peter Bierl Buch- & Kunstantiquariat]
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        Il Petrarca spirituale. [...] Nuovamente ristampato, e da molti errori espurgato.

      Venedig, heredi di Alessandro Griffio, 1587.. Titel, (10), 1 w., 162, (10) Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke am Titel und einigen floralen Initialen und Zierstücken in Holzschnitt. Etwas späterer Pergamentband mit hs. Rückentitel und altem kalligraphischem Schnittitel. 8vo.. Girolamo Malipiero (gest. um 1547), Franziskanermönch und Dichter, wurde bekannt durch diese Sammlung von Sonetten und Kanzonen Petrarcas, die von Malipiero jedoch "gereinigt", mit neuen Wörtern, Sätzen, Ideen versehen wurden. Voran steht in dieser Ausgabe ein imaginärer Dialog zwischen Petrarca und Malipiero. - Rücken mit winzigen Wurmspuren. Innen vereinzelt leicht gebräunt; Vorsätze erneuert; sonst gutes Exemplar. Mit hs. Besitzvermerk der Zeit am Titel verso. - Seltene Ausg., "la plus correcte de toutes" (Brunet). - Edit 16, CNC 25974. Brunet IV, 560. Vgl. BM-STC Italian 506. Vgl. Adams M 299f.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        En Cest Volume est Conteinus le Longe Report de Anno Quinto Edwardi...

      1587. 5 Edward IV, the "Long Quinto" [Yearbook]. Edward IV. En Cest Volume est Conteinus le Longe Report de Anno Quinto Edwardi Quarti. Ore Novelment Imprimee & Corigee, Ouesque References al Abridgement de les Cases in Brooke Addes in le Margent de Chescun Case. London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, [1587]. [v], 108, 108-142, [1] ff. Folio (11-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and medium-sized arabesques to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine. Some rubbing to extremities, chipping to spine ends, joints just starting at ends, corners bumped, pastedowns loose and edgeworn, as are other endleaves and title page, later annotations and private-library shelf label (Kimbolton Castle, Cambridgeshire) to verso of front board (behind pastedown, where it is loose). Title printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Some soiling to title page, light browning to text. Underlining and brief annotations in fine contemporary chancery hand throughout. An appealing copy. * Covers the fifth regnal year of Edward IV (Easter, Trinity, and Michaelmas terms, 1465-66). This is also known as the "long quinto," the longer of the two Year Books for this regnal year, and one highly regarded for the quality of its reporting. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of the Year Books. As a series of notes on debates and points of pleadings in Norman England they are of crucial primary sources for our knowledge of medieval common law. They also provide a richly detailed portrait of contemporary English life, customs and manners. The origin of the Year Books is unknown. Maitland believed that the earliest volumes were notes taken by law students in court copied for the use of pleaders in later cases. Holdsworth maintains that they were records of cases made by lawyers for personal use. Though it is not known when the first manuscript volumes were compiled, it is clear that cases can be found to date from the 1270's and the series continues to 1535. Marvin suggests that the Year Books are as old as the time of William the Conquerer. As Marvin has pointed out, these are the "venerable books" from which Littleton, Hobart, Hale and Coke drew "so much valuable ore, melting it into ingots and refining and sending it abroad as the correct coin of the Common Law." Printed editions of the Y.

      [Bookseller: The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd.]
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        'Geographica Descriptio Territorii Et Dominii Kerpensis Et Lommerschum Ducatus Brabantiae per D. Gerardum Stempelium Goudanum Cacu S. Georgij Colon. 1587':.

      . Kupferstich v. Gerhard Strempel aus Hogenbergs Geschichtsblättern, dat. 1587, 21 x 28,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Schwarz, Köln und sein Umland in alten Karten, Karte, Karte 13; Meurer Abb. S. 87 u. Hellwig 300. - Seltene Karte der Herrschaften Kerpen und Lommersum (Weilerswist). - Am Kartenrand Insetkarte des Gebietes zwischen Neuss, Köln, Heimbach und Geilenkirchen. - Mittig Kerpen. - Rechts daneben Insetansicht des Hauses Kerpen. - Am oberen Kartenrand die beiden Wappen der Herrschaften. - Sehr selten!

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        Hieracosophiou, sive de re accipitraria libri III.

      Paris, Robert Etienne for Mamert Patisson, 1587.. 8vo. 126 pp., final blank f. With printer's device on t. p. Half vellum (c. 1900) with marbled boards and giltstamped spine title. Edges sprinkled in red.. Third edition of the famous "Hieracosophion", the second to contain the third book. - "Celebrated poem on falconry" (Schwerdt), written in Latin hexameters by Jacques-Auguste de Thou (1553-1617), a distinguished and highly erudite French nobleman. "His poem was reprinted by N. Rigault in 'Rei Accipitrariae Scriptores' in 1612 and also translated into Italian [...] De Thou succeeded his father, Christophe, as president of parliament; he was privy councillor to Henry III, and also to Henry IV of France, and keeper of his library. He was not thirty when he composed the elegant verses on hawking, which were probably inspired by the experience he gained of this noble sport during his sojourns at foreign courts" (ibid.). On p. 7, we find "an important note on the various kinds of hawks used for Falconry, with the Latin and French names for them" (Harting). - Very minor brownstaining; traces of an old bookseller's label on endpapers. A good copy. - Adams T 658. BM-STC French 225. Barbier IV, 1270. Harting 306. Souhart 461. Schwerdt II, 261. Thiebaud 897. Graesse VI/2, 147. OCLC 69042873. Cf. Brunet V, 840 (first ed. 1584). Not in Renouard or Schreiber.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Inlibris, Gilhofer Nfg. GmbH]
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        ICONES sive IMAGINES VIRO-RVM LITERIS ILLVSTRIVM QVORVM FIDE ET DO-ctrina religionis & bonarum lite-rarum studia ... in integrum sunt resti-tuta. Additis eorundem elogijs diversorum auctorum.

      Argentorati [Straßburg], Bernardo Iobino [Bernhard Jobin], 1587.. Kl.-8°. o. Pag. [Titel + 212 Bll.] Priv. Pp. späterer Zeit, m. Leinenverstärkung.. EA. In latein. Sprache. Vgl. VD 16 R 1427. Mit allen 99 Holzschnitten u.a. nach T. Stimmer, alle Seiten mit floralen Bordüren. - T. an unterer Kante altkaschiert, fl. V. m. hds. Notiz u. Exlibris, eine Läsur bei Joh. Oporinus (Lage T III), tlw. hds. Anm. im Text und in zwei Porträts (Albertus Magnus und Johannes Cochlaeus), die Leinenverstärkung ist unfachmännisch aber ordentlich ausgeführt (deswegen HLwd.), Gbrsp. - Reusner, (1545 -1602), studierte Medizin und Rechtswissenschaft an den Universitäten Wittenberg und Leipzig, hielt sich 1565 beim Augsburger Reichstag auf und erregte dort mit seinen lateinischen Gedichten die Aufmerksamkeit Kaiser Maximilians II. 1566 folgte er einem Ruf an das Gymnasium in Lauingen, wurde 1572 dessen Rektor und ging nach der Promotion zum Dr. jur. 1583 in Basel als Prof. der Rechte an die Univ. Straßburg. Seit 1589 war er Lehrstuhlinhaber an der Univ. Jena, deren Rektorat er zweimal innehatte. Reusner veröffentlichte über 80 Sammlungen und Kompilationen aus verschiedenen Disziplinen, u.a. Aenigmatographia (1599). Seine eigene Dichtung (Operum pars prima [...] -- pars quarta, 1593-94) experimentiert mit allen Gattungen der zeitgenössischen Gelehrtendichtung. (DBE) - Die hier vorliegende lateinische Ausgabe Reusners "Icones sive Imagines..." ist ein typisches Porträtvitenbuch seiner Zeit. Es versammelt 99 Holzschnitt-Porträts berühmter Männer, denen jeweils eine kurze Biographie (in Distichen von ihm selbst) beigegeben ist. Tobias Stimmer, auf den die Holzschnitte maßgeblich zurückgehen, hatte bereits für die Elogia Paolo Giovios (Basel 1571) die Holzschnitte nach Kopien der Bildnisse aus dessen Museo in Como angefertigt und war sowohl mit dieser Gattung als auch in der Zusammenarbeit mit Druckern und Verlegern vertraut. Für die Arbeit hier konnte er neben Gemälden und Holzschnitten von Dürer, Cranach und Burgkmair u. a. auch auf eigene Gemäldeporträts sowie die Vorlagen von Giovio zurückgreifen. (Zitat) (Sprache: Lateinisch)

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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&#39; Franceschi senese, 1587.. FIRST ITALIAN EDITION 1587, small 8vo, 155 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, printer&#39;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&#39;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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        Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Francisco & Nicolas Navarro, citizens of Castroverde de Camps, and Isidro Navarro, 1587

      np, Spain 1587 - Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Francisco & Nicolas Navarro, citizens of Castroverde de Camps, & Isidro Navarro (Nicolas' son) have their status as hidalgos confirmed. Valladolid, 14 November 1587. 42 leaves of text and illustration. 9 x 12.5 inches. Hand colored miniature of family kneeling below the Virgin and Child, with coat of arms. 6 illuminated capitals. Text in a gothic textura hand. Dark calf binding with remnants of purple ties, six-pointed star in center of front board. Leather binding lightly rubbed. Insect damage to margin of the first page (edges of the first miniature affected) and the last 3 pages (all blank); small private library labels on front blank. Slight waving and fading to pages. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Wratislavia. Altkol. Kupferstich von Braun/Hogenberg, in der Platte datiert 1587. Aus Civitates Orbis Terrarum. Ca. 36 x 48 cm.,

      1587 - Gesamtansicht der Stadt an der Oder aus der Vogelschau.- Mit 2 Legenden und 2 Wappenkartuschen in den vier Ecken.- Text auf der Rückseite.- Weißer Außenrand mit kleinen, teils hinterlegten Läsionen. Gewicht in Gramm: 500

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        Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Francisco & Nicolas Navarro, citizens of Castroverde de Camps, and Isidro Navarro, 1587

      Spain: np. 1587. Hardcover. Very Good. Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Francisco & Nicolas Navarro, citizens of Castroverde de Camps, & Isidro Navarro (Nicolas&#39; son) have their status as hidalgos confirmed. Valladolid, 14 November 1587. 42 leaves of text and illustration. 9 x 12.5 inches. Hand colored miniature of family kneeling below the Virgin and Child, with coat of arms. 6 illuminated capitals. Text in a gothic textura hand. Dark calf binding with remnants of purple ties, six-pointed star in center of front board. Leather binding lightly rubbed. Insect damage to margin of the first page (edges of the first miniature affected) and the last 3 pages (all blank); small private library labels on front blank. Slight waving and fading to pages. Digital images available upon request.

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        Vocabulario de las dos lenguas toscana y castellana, de Christoval de las Casas.

      vendese en casa de Damian Zenaro mercader de libros, Venetia 1587 - 8vo, a1-c8, Al-Dd4, pp. [48], 437, [1]; full 17th century calf, gilt spine, upper joint quite rubbed but binding firm, some rubbing on spine, but really a rather nice copy nonetheless, and unrestored. First published in 1570, this Tuscan-Castillian dictionary was apparently quite popular as it went through at least 12 editions by 1662. The original edition was dedicated to Antonio de Guzman, and there is in this edition an additional dedication from the publisher, Zenaro, to Constantino Molino which is dated 1576, the year of Casas' death. The dictionary proper is preceded by rules of pronunciation and orthography, and sundry commendatory verses. This edition was edited by Camillo Camilli, a major Italian literary figure and translator (see DNB XVII, 210).This edition not in Adams or Zaunmuller. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hieracosophiou, sive de re accipitraria libri III.

      Paris, Robert Etienne for Mamert Patisson, 1587. - 8vo. 126 pp., final blank f. With printer's device on t. p. Half vellum (c. 1900) with marbled boards and giltstamped spine title. Edges sprinkled in red. Third edition of the famous "Hieracosophion", the second to contain the third book. - "Celebrated poem on falconry" (Schwerdt), written in Latin hexameters by Jacques-Auguste de Thou (1553-1617), a distinguished and highly erudite French nobleman. "His poem was reprinted by N. Rigault in 'Rei Accipitrariae Scriptores' in 1612 and also translated into Italian [.] De Thou succeeded his father, Christophe, as president of parliament; he was privy councillor to Henry III, and also to Henry IV of France, and keeper of his library. He was not thirty when he composed the elegant verses on hawking, which were probably inspired by the experience he gained of this noble sport during his sojourns at foreign courts" (ibid.). On p. 7, we find "an important note on the various kinds of hawks used for Falconry, with the Latin and French names for them" (Harting). - Very minor brownstaining; traces of an old bookseller's label on endpapers. A good copy. BM-STC 225. Adams T 658. Barbier IV, 1270. Schwerdt II, 261. Harting 306. Souhart 461. Thiébaud 897. OCLC 69042873. Not in Renouard or Schreiber. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        PRIMERA PARTE DE LA FILOSOFIA LLAMADA LA LOGICA O PARTE RACIONAL

      - Primera parte de la Filosofía llamada la Lógica, o parte racional, la qual enseña, como ha de usar el hombre del divino, y celestial don de la razón; asi en lo que pertenece a las ciencias, como en lo que toca a los negocios. Colegida de la doctrina de los filósofos antiguos, y particularmente de Aristóteles, por .- Impressa en Alcala de Henares, en casa de Ivan Gracian Impressor de Libros, año 1587; en 4º menor plena piel bellamente decorada con superlibris en planos hilos y grecas doradas firmada por Brugalla, 10 hojas, incluida portada con viñeta grabada, 105 folios. Habiles restauraciones en algunas hojas sobre todo en portada que está remarginada y hojas 9 y 10 depreliminares. Primera edición. Palau nº 1071"Este libro es un caudal de doctrina profunda y un modelo de claridad". El autor humanista y profesor de latín en la universidad de Zaragoza tradujo gran número de obras clásicas. Buena encuadernación firmada por Palau en 1945.

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        Varia Opuscula. De Xenophanis…De Lineis Insecabilibus…De Audibilibus… Physiognomonica, De Coloribus, De Plantis Libri Duo

      Frankfurt: Andreae Wcheli Heredes, Joann. Aubrium & Claudium Marnium, 1587 Two of the separate volumes of the collected works of Aristotle in Greek, edited by Friedrich Sylburg (1536-1596), the noted German classics scholar who was a pupil of Henry Estienne. The complete set is in eleven volumes, printed between 1584 and 1587, and which is seldom found complete. Riley, Aristotle Texts and Commentaries states: "the volumes, each unnumbered and with special titles, were also issued separately. [Bound with:] Aristotle. De Animalium Historia Libri. X. Addita e Theophrasto Collectanea Quaedam de Animalibus…Frankfurt: Andreae Wecheli Herdes, Claudium Marnium & Joannem Aubrium, 1587. Quarto. [4], 484, [2] pp. Indexed. Woodcut device on tiktle. Title in Greek and Latin. Text in Greek, section of commentary in Latin. Quarto. With some woodcut illustrations. Woodcut device on title, repeated on last leaf but larger. Title in Greek and Latin, text in Greek, section of commentary in Latin. Bound together in contemporary flexible vellum. Covers blocked and decorated in blind. Binding a bit soiled, front hinge cracked, but holding. Gauffered edges. Text with some light toning and minor stains. A very good copy. Fabricius, says Buhle, judges rightly of this edition, when he pronounces it to be more excellent and complete than any that had been before published…Besides containing the correctikons of former publications, and an improved text, there are three indexes to each volume: the first is a short synopsis of the heads of each tract or book; the second an Index 'Verborum Graecorum;' and the third a Latin Index 'Rerum Memorabilium.' In addition to Aristotle's works, it comprehends some tracts of Theophrastus" (Dibdin, Introduction to the Greek and Latin Classics, 4th Edition, I, p. 314).

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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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        Ad Henricum octavum Britanniae regem, pro ecclesiasticae unitatis defensione, libri quatuor. Nunc primum in Catholica Germaniae academia typis excusi

      Ingolstadt, D. Sartorius, 1587.. Mit Druckermarke auf dem Titel. 8 Bl., 471 S. Flexibler Prgt. d. Zt. Zweite in Deutschland gedruckte Ausgabe, erstmals von katholischer Seite herausgegeben. - STC 708; Adams P 1743; VD 16 P 3923; Stalla 1584. - Die Schrift des Kardinals von Canterbury war erstmals 1538 in Rom erschienen. Eine in Deutschland gedruckte protestantische Ausgabe erschien 1555 in Straßburg, diese wird im Vorwort von Sartorius ausführlich besprochen. - Reginald Pole "erweist hier die Unhaltbarkeit der königlichen Suprematie, beleuchtet den Primat des Königs und die Plünderung des Kirchengutes und verlangt vom König (Heinrich VIII.) Rückkehr zur Einheit der Kirche. Nur im dritten Theile wendet die Schrift in scharfer, aber verdienter Sprache sich wider das persönliche Verhalten des Monarchen. Weit über die Klasse frivoler Schmähschriften sich erhebend, gehört das Buch zu den angesehensten Leistungen der damaligen polemischen Literatur" (Wetzer-W. X, 127). - Aus der "Ritter v. Baldaufschen Stiftsbibliotheck in Hall", mit dem (verblassten) Sammlungsstempel auf Titel. Vorderer Spiegel mit gest. Exlibris "Fundationis Baldauficae". - Einband fleckig, berieben und bestoßen, Schließbänder ausgerissen, Hinterdeckel mit Wurmspur. Vorsätze erneuert. Leicht gebräunt, wenig fleckig, teilw. unaufgeschnitten, vereinzelt Randschäden und kleine Wurmspuren.

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        IL DEVOTISSIMO VIAGGIO DI GERUSALEMME. Fatto, & descritto in sei libri dal Sigr. Giovanni Zuallardo ... l&#39;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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        Delle Prediche Quadragesimali...Epistole & Evangeli Correnti per i Giorni di Quaresima

      Giunti, Venice, 1587. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. 2 volumes in early overlapping vellum, light wear and soiling, small cracks in the vellum in a few spots, gilt morocco spine labels. 2 volumes published 1587 and 1588, the second part is the second edition. A collection of the Lenten and other sermons of Musso, often styled the Italian Demosthenes for his oratorical skills. Old bookplates of Wilmot Earl of Lisburne, scattered foxing and occasional, generally minor, discoloration, foredge of title page is torn off (but present) with no loss of text - mostly quite clean and very attractively printed by the Giunti in Venice; frontis portrait, substantial tables of contents within an architectural border. (108), 603; (88), 693pp with the register page at the end of each volume. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 2-3 kilos. Category: Religion & Theology; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 044144. .

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        Terra Sancta, a Petro Laicstain perlustrata

      Antwerp: Abraham Ortelius, 1587. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 14 x 19.75". This map of the Holy Land proper shows the shoreline from Beirut to Gaza with east oriented to the top. It is the most modern of Ortelius&#39;s maps of the region, corresponding to the mid-16th century rather than the biblical imaginary, and shows the locations of prominent cities and forts. Yet, even as Ortelius endeavors toward a new level of accuracy, he does not abandon the decorative touches on his other maps. The elaborate title cartouche incorporates vignettes of the birth, crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus, and the map is further adorned with a bold distance scale featuring the head of Medusa. In the lower left is a dramatic vignette of Jonah plunging from a ship into the mouth of the whale. In the Dead Sea is text that describes the body of water, in Latin, as "inspiring remnants of Divine wrath." This is the second state of the map and was published in Ortelius&#39;s famous "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which is historically considered the first modern atlas (van den Broecke 173). It is in good condition with full margins. Some light staining in the margins and minor discoloration along the original fold. French text on verso. Abraham Ortelius (1527--1598), a Flemish cartographer and geographer, is widely regarded as one of the important and influential cartographers in history. He is known for his "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which was the first modern atlas.

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        VALERIO DE LAS HISTORIAS ESCOLÁSTICAS de la Sagrada escriptura, y de los hechos de España, con las batallas campales.

      Pedro Lasso, Salamanca 1587 - 8º, 4h, 294 fols, 4h. (Tabla). Pergamino de época con figuras decorativas. Buen estado. Diego Rodríguez de Almela, sabemos que vivió entre c.1426 y 1489, llegando a ser considerado uno de los hombres más eruditos de su tiempo. Ordenado sacerdote en 1451, fue arcipreste de Val de Santibáñez y canónigo en Cartagena. Discípulo del obispo Alfonso de Cartagena y capellán de Isabel la Católica durante las campañas de Granada de 1491, compuso su Valerio tomando como modelo la obra del célebre escritor romano Valerio Máximo, Hechos y dichos memorables (primer tercio del siglo I d.C.), compuesta por nueve libros dedicados a enaltecer las virtudes romanas mediante relatos tradicionales o escritos extraídos de obras de filósofos e historiadores griegos y latinos.Entre otras obras de este autor citamos las siguientes: Compilación de los milagros de Santiago, Compendio historial de las Crónicas de España (1462), Tratado de la Guerra (1482) y Batallas campales (1487).La primera edición de este libro se publicó en Murcia en 1487 por Lope de la Roca; tras la edición de Medina del Campo (1511), se publica en Valladolid (1512), Toledo (1520, 1541), Sevilla (1527, 1536, 1542 y 1551), Madrid (1568) y Salamanca (1587). Precisamente desde la primera edición de Toledo de 1520, se comete el error de atribuir esta obra a Fernán Pérez de Guzmán y su nombre será el que aparezca como autor en las ediciones citadas.

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        Tractatus De Manutentione

      Ionnem Gymnicum, 1587. Leather Bound. Very Good. Coloniae Agrippinae: Ionnem Gymnicum. [32] (344) Index- [40]pp. / (461) [27] Latin. 12mo. Fully bound in contemporary yapped vellum with light green cloth straps with which to seal volume attached at right side. 3 vellum ties at each board side by spine. Title inked onto spine. Tight binding and solid boards. Moderate shelf wear. Slight bumping to corners. Rubbing to boards. Slight scratching to surface of vellum. Minor stain at top of front board. Slight darkening to back board. Library bookplates from the Theological Seminary Library of Gettysburg, PA. According to plate, volume was donated to Rev. Jeremiah Zimmerman. Wood-cut engravings adorn each title page. Small portion of lower front leaf has been cut away, presumably to remove previous price-indicator. Rubber stamp on title page and inside rear board. Pages are clean and unmarked. Text block is good. Bright, legible text. Both volumes are complete and in tact.<br><br>Being a collection of two philosophical treatises, this single volume compiles works by both Simonis Vincentini and Constantini Rogerii in their original Latin. The crest of the publishing house can be seen at the center of the title page, bearing the words, â&#128;&#156;Moniti, Discite, Iusti, Ciam. Woodblocks throughout are attractive and detailed, and text is laid out in an organized poetic meter. A gorgeous classical volume in very good condition. A fine addition to the personal library of any scholar of Greek or Roman antiquity. Please feel free to view our photographs or contact us with further questions regarding condition. Ships daily.

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        En Cest Volume est Conteinus le Longe Report de Anno Quinto Edwardi

      1587. [Yearbook]. Edward IV. En Cest Volume est Conteinus le Longe Report de Anno Quinto Edwardi Quarti. Ore Novelment Imprimee & Corigee, Ouesque References al Abridgement de les Cases in Brooke Addes in le Margent de Chescun Case. London: In Aedibus Richardi Tottelli, [1587]. [v], 108, 108-142, [1] ff. Folio (11-1/2" x 8"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and medium-sized arabesques to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece to spine. Some rubbing to extremities, chipping to spine ends, joints just starting at ends, corners bumped, pastedowns loose and edgeworn, as are other endleaves and title page, later annotations and private-library shelf label (Kimbolton Castle, Cambridgeshire) to verso of front board (behind pastedown, where it is loose). Title printed within handsome woodcut architectural border, woodcut decorated initials. Some soiling to title page, light browning to text. Underlining and brief annotations in fine contemporary chancery hand throughout. An appealing copy. * Covers the fifth regnal year of Edward IV (Easter, Trinity, and Michaelmas terms, 1465-66). This is also known as the "long quinto," the longer of the two Year Books for this regnal year, and one highly regarded for the quality of its reporting. It is difficult to overestimate the importance of the Year Books. As a series of notes on debates and points of pleadings in Norman England they are of crucial primary sources for our knowledge of medieval common law. They also provide a richly detailed portrait of contemporary English life, customs and manners. The origin of the Year Books is unknown. Maitland believed that the earliest volumes were notes taken by law students in court copied for the use of pleaders in later cases. Holdsworth maintains that they were records of cases made by lawyers for personal use. Though it is not known when the first manuscript volumes were compiled, it is clear that cases can be found to date from the 1270&#39;s and the series continues to 1535. Marvin suggests that the Year Books are as old as the time of William the Conquerer. As Marvin has pointed out, these are the "venerable books" from which Littleton, Hobart, Hale and Coke drew "so much valuable ore, melting it into ingots and refining and sending it abroad as the correct coin of the Common Law." Printed ed

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        De Gigantibus, eorumque reliquiis ac de his Hominibus, qui prodigiosis viribus ad Gigantum naturam proximé videntur accedere. Ubi etiam Ioan. Goropii error pertringintur, qui in sua Gigantomachia nulla Gigantum corpora tanta, quanta discuntur fuisse affirmat.

      Spirae, Typis Barnardi Albini, 1587. - Petit in-8. 4ff. 80pp. Pleine reliure moderne, guirlande dorée autour des plats, dos lisse orné. Cet ouvrage, qui répond à la "Gigantomachia" de Ioannes Goropius (1518-1572), traite des hommes de taille extraordinaire, géants et colosses, connus dans l'histoire, mais décrit également ceux qui vivaient au temps de l'auteur, à la fin du seizième siècle. Des hommes de taille prodigieuse, en effet, étaient apparus en Italie (Sicile), en France (Bordeaux), en Espagne (Burgos), etc. Jean de Chassanion (1531-1598) était originaire de Monistrol en Velay. Il était protestant et a publié une histoire des Albigeois (1595). Cette édition de Spire, la seconde (Ière: Bâle, 1580) est très rare. Brunet la cite sans l'avoir vue et le NUC ne répertorie qu'un exemplaire en Amérique. Traces de mouillures claires. Bon exemplaire par ailleurs. Brunet, I, 1817 ("Livre curieux et assez rare"). Graesse, Trésor de Livres Rares, I, 125 ("très curieux"). Adams, 1408.

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        [A collection of almost all the plays, over half in first editions; also the major poetry and translations]

      Vondel, Joost van den (17 November 1587 ? 5 February 1679) Dutch playwright, poet translator. A collection of almost all the plays, over half in first editions; also the major poetry and translations. 48 separate works bound in 12 vols, quarto. 11 in uniform contemporary vellum, 1 in modern gray wrappers. Mostly published by Abraham De Wees (1639- 1696). For a complete description, visit the following link: http://goldenlegend.com/pdfs/PDFs%20of%20Descriptions/Vondel_Collection.pdf

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        En cest volume est conteinus le longe Report de Anno quinto Edwardi quarti. Ore nouelment imprimee & corigee, ouesque references al Abridgement de les cases in Brooke addes in le Margent de checun case. Beale R371; S.T.C. 9803

      In aedibus Richardi Tottelli London 1587 - Modern calf, gilt lettered, definite foxing and browning (some leaves moreso), occasional early annotations; a crisp copy One of only two 16th century printings of the mid-15th century reports known as the Long Quinto, unique in the history of printed Year Book reporting, providing (in Holdsworth's words) "a more elaborate effort at reporting than had yet been seen" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Summa Theologiae S. Thomae Aquinatis cum optimis quibusque exemplaribus collata ac à doctissimis viris nunc rursus Romae recognita atque quamplirimis notationibus in margine cum ex Iure Canonico tùm ex Conciliis aucta et illustrata

      Roma: Romae, in aedibus Populi Romani, apud Georgium Ferrarium, 1587. 4to. menor; 20 hs., 854 pp., 1 hoja. Ejemplar con rastros marginales de humedad. Encuadernación moderna en media tela.

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        The Description of Scotland, Written at the first by Hector Boetius in Latine, and afterward translated into the Scottish Speech by John Bellenden Archdeacon of Murrey, and now finally into English by R.H. Whereupon is inferred the historie of Scotland, conteining the beginning, increase, proceeding, continuance, acts and government of the Scotish nation, from the originall thereof unto the yeare 1571, gathered and written in English by Raphaell Holindshead: and continued from 1571 to 1585, by others

      London : Holinshed, Harrison, Jooker et al, 1587 A good copy of the Scottish part of Holinshed&#39;s Chronicles. First published in 1577, this work was revised and reissued (after censorship) in 1587. This is the 1587 reissue - said to have been used by Shakespeare in writing Macbeth. This copy is in contemporary boards but with a new spine with raised bands and gilt titles. The decorative title page is dated 1585. It lacks the final 4 leaves of the index (everything after I) and the Colophon - which gives the 1587 publication date. Contains: 2 blank leaves; decorative title page - with obscured signature and ink letters B.182 to top margin, small paper repairs to page edge; dedication &#39;to the Right worshipfull Maister Thomas Secford Esquire...with decorative headpiece and stunning initial capital, pp3-4; Contents list p5; authorship p6; The description of Scotland, pp7-23; title page - The Historie of Scotland dated 1585; dedication to the Right Honorable the Lord Robert Dudley, Earle of Leicester...p 27-28; The Historie of Scotland pp 29-464 - p 464 with 2 small stamps of Richard Hughes, Anglesey and letters B182; index 6pp - with further stamp and B182 to last index leaf; 2 blank pages. There is some browning and staining to some of the text leaves and the index leaves have substantial paper repair to edges. The binding has wear to board edges and some scuffing and staining but is sound. A good clean copy overall of this extremely scarce and interesting work. 5 images will be displayed alongside this description, but please enquire if you would like further images.

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        De conceptu, et generatione hominis: De Matrice et eius partibus, nec non de conditione infantis in utero, & granidarum cura & officio: De partu & parturientium, infantiumq[ue] cura omnifaria: De differentiis non naturalis partus & earundem curis

      (Frankfurt., P. Fabricius 1587).. 8°. Tit. in Rot u. Schwarz. Mit gr., kolor. Titelholzschn., 4 Bll., 1 w. Bl., 92 num. Bll. Mit 69 (dav. 13 ganzseit.) Holzschn. v. Jost Amann. Pbd. d. 18. Jhdts. m. Rückensch. Berieb. Tit. m. Fehlstelle am unt. Rd. Leicht gebräunt. VD16 R 3583; Adams R 868; BM STC 759 - Dritte lateinische Ausgabe des erstmals 1554 erschienenen berühmten Werkes über Geburtshilfe u. Hebammenkunst, zugleich 2. Ausgabe mit den Holzschn. v. J. Amann. Erst die nach dem Tod des Zürcher Stadtarztes Rüff (1500-1558) erschienene, von Amann illustrierte Ausgabe machte das Buch zum "one of the most famous illustrated medical books" (Hagelin II, 19) - "An improved version of Rösslin&#39;s &#39;Swangern frawen&#39;. This contains the first true anatomical pictures in an obstetrics book. Rueff described smooth-edged forceps for delivery of a live baby, preceding Chamberlen and a toothed forceps for extraction of the dead foetus. He developed a method of celphic version combining internal and external manipulation". (Garrison-Morton 6141) - Die Holzschnitte zeigen medizinische Instrumente zur Geburtshilfe, Mißbildungen etc.

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        Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio...

      Gerard and Rumold MercatorOrbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio... Duisburg, 1587 (1595)Hand-colored copperplate engraving; fantastic color11 1/2? x 20 3/4?sheet size; 24 1/2? x 33? framedFor nearly sixty years, during the most important and exciting period in the history of modern map making, Gerard Mercator was the supreme cartographer, his name, second only to Ptolemy, synonymous with forms of map projection still in use today.  Although not the inventor of this type of projection, he was the first to apply it to navigational charts in such a form that compass bearing could be plotted on charts in straight lines, thereby providing seamen with a solution to an age-old problem of navigation at sea.  Mercator?s monumental world map of 1569, which survives today in only three copies, was his major statement propounding the use of such a projection, and demonstrating how it might be drafted.  The influence of his revolutionary ideas as illustrated by that map transformed land surveying, and his research and calculations led him to break away from Ptolemy?s conception of the size and outline of the continents.  This drastically reduced the longitudinal length of Europe and Asia and altered the shape of the Old World as visualized in the early 16th century.  Unlike the work of Abraham Ortelius, a contemporary (and equally celebrated) cartographer, Mercator?s maps are original.  Ortelius did what most of the atlas-makers of our time are engaged in: the reduction and generalization of already existing maps.  Gerard Mercator, with his sense that scientific work should be original and new, checked the current knowledge of the earth?s topography against its fundamental sources and drew maps in an original manner.This splendid 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 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.  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 to the coastline of South America is retained.  This superb map represents a seminal moment in the history of cartography, for it was primarily this map that diffused knowledge of Mercator?s Projection -- still widely in use today -- throughout the world.

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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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        Il Glorioso trionfo et la vittoriosa insegna

      1587. first edition. The Extremely Rare Glorious Triumph of the Victorious Banner of ChristPASCOLI, Gabriello. Il Glorioso trionfo et la vittoriosa insegna sotto di cui trionfar si deve in vita, in morte e dopò morte : novamente dato in luce/dal R. P. D. Gabriello Pascoli da Ravenna canonico regolare Lateranense predicatore ; alla Sereniss. Gran duchessa di Toscana Madama Bianca Cappelli Medici con un canto in fine in ottava rima in lode di detta Gran duchessa, con due tavole... Ferrara: appresso Giulio Cesare Cagnacini et fratell, 1587. First edition. Small octavo (5 5/8 x 3 5/8 in; 143 x 94 mm). [16]-242 [i.e. 257]-[31] pp. Initials. Contemporary limp vellum. Manuscript title to spine. Upper wrap and front free endpaper with chip along fore edge. Expected soiling to vellum. Crucifix doodles to front free endpaper. Remains of original leather ties. Otherwise a remarkably clean and fresh copy in its original sixteenth century vellum binding.OCLC/KVK note only two copies in libraries worldwide. No copies have come to auction within the last thirty-six years. Not found in the BM - Catalogue of Italian Books 1465-1600."Raro" (Dura, Catalogo di Libri Antichi e Rari Vendibili in Napoli presso Giuseppi Dura, p. 612).Dedicated to Bianca Capello de&#146; Medici (1548-1587), the Venetian noblewoman famed for her beauty and intellect. At age 17 she eloped with Piero Buonaventura, an impoverished Florentine suitor. The couple fled to Florence, where Bianca attracted the attention of Francesco de&#146; Medici, the eldest son of Cosimo I, the Grand Duke of Tuscany (1519-1574). Although he was married at the time, Bianca became his mistress. Piero was later murdered in a street attack. When Francesco&#39;s wife died in 1578, Bianca and Francesco (now Grand Duke of Tuscany) were married a few days later. In somewhat suspicious circumstances they both died on the same day in 1587 in their Villa at Poggio a Caiano following a banquet, possibly as a result of poisoning.Dura 12235.

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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&#39; Franceschi senese, 1587.. FIRST ITALIAN EDITION, 1587, small 8vo, 155 x 100 mm, 6 x 4 inches, printer&#39;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&#39;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.

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        Les Apres disnees du Seigneur de Cholieres

      Second edition of Les Apres Disnees. 1587. París. Jean Richer. In 12vo (141 mm x 78 mm). 8 ff + 291 + 1 ff. Elegant 19th century brown crushed morocco by Pagnant, spine with five raised bands and lettered in gilt, edges gilt, inner dentelle, virtually perfect. Paper gently browned, a few margins trimmed close, else a lovely copy. Second edition ?first 1585. Cholieres (1509 ? 1592) was a literate, writer and a man of science; although little is known of his background and family, considering his education and manner of writing, it is presumable that he was a member of the provincial aristocracy. Although is not certain, it is likely that he was also Jean Dagonet [Dagoneau], author of ?La Forest Nuptiale?, amongst other popular 16th century works. Born a protestant and arguably having become a mason, he ended his life writing several religious works. His work ?Les Apres-Disnees?, deals with a wide range of subjects, including marriage, the tree of life, prognostics and astrological predictions and lunatics. Brunet, I, 1849.

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        Typus Orbis Terrarum

      Terza e definitiva variante delle carta del Mondo di Ortelius, pubblicata nel Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. Le nuvole nel bordo esterno sono sostituite da un decorativo cartiglio in classico stile fiammingo. La mappa è stata aggiornata; il Sud America assume ora una forma più corretta rispetto alla versione antecedente, Asia ed America sono separate e la California è correttamente dipinta come penisola. Magnifico esemplare, in bellissima coloritura coeva di questa importante mappa del Mondo di Ortelius. Ortelius' third and last world map is dated 1587 under the author's signature. The earlier border of clouds has been replaced by a more intricate and elegant lattice of strapwork and swag. The oval world map used previously has been updated in two major respects. South America now assumes the more correct shape anticipated in state 3 of Ortelius' second plate, and the Solomon Isles are marked for the first time. However, Ortelius shows the northern mainland's of Asia and America as separated by a narrow strait, 200 years prior to Captain Cook's thorough surveys of the area. California is properly shown as a peninsula. However, the map reflects the misconception held at the time that Tierra del Fuego was the northern tip of a massive southern continent. Indicative of its paramount importance, a copy of Ortelius' atlas is thought to have accompanied Sir Francis Drake on his circumnavigation of the world. Great copy in full original colour of this important map of the World. Anversa Antwerpen Shirley, 158; Van der Krogt 3, 0001; Van den Broecke, 3. 490 360

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        Summa Theologiae S. Thomae Aquinatis cum optimis quibusque exemplaribus collata ac à doctissimis viris nunc rursus Romae recognita atque quamplirimis notationibus in margine cum ex Iure Canonico tùm ex Conciliis aucta et illustrata.

      Roma: Romae, in aedibus Populi Romani, apud Georgium Ferrarium, 1587. 4to. menor; 20 hs., 854 pp., 1 hoja. Ejemplar con rastros marginales de humedad. Encuadernación moderna en media tela.

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        DELLA TRAGEDIA

      DRACONI C.Edito nel 1587 a Cremona, , In 8¯, legatura in pieno cartonato marrone, stemma a frontespizio, capilettera animati, alzatine, pagg. 122,. Tragedia composta sul modello vecchio, l'azione si svolge in Persia. Abbiamo trovato solo due copie nelle biblioteche di Torino e Cremona, raro e importante testo, per la storia del teatro italiano del XVI secolo. Questa opera è contemporanea ai primi testi di Sakespeare .buon esemplare con tracce di gora all'angolo inferiore.

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        Psalmi, litaniae et preces quae à Societate Misericordiae sub invocatione Sancti Ioannis Decollati nationis Florentine in Urbe dici solent pro iis qui morte damnati ad supplicium deducendi sunt

      s.e. 1587 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 canonizzò la loro opera umanitaria con una Bolla Pontificia. La Confraternita diventò 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 campanella, per annunciare al popolo l'esecuzione dell'indomani. Dopo la lunga veglia notturna, scortavano il condannato, confortandolo fino alla fine. Quindi lo seppellivano nel chiostro della Confraternita, attraverso sette botole i cui coperchi di marmo portano ancora la scritta "Domine, cum veneris judicare, noli me condemnare". ITA

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