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        Erster Theil der Bücher und Schrifften des Edlen, Hochgelehrten und Bewehrten Philosophi unnd Medici Philippi Theophrasti Bombast von Hohenheim, Paracelsi genannt: Jetzt auffs new auß den Originalien und Theophrasti eigner Handschrifft souiel derselben zu bekommen gewesen, auffs trewlichst und fleissigst an tag geben durch Ioannem Huserum Brisgoium. (...). Angebunden: Paracelsus: Anderer Theil der Bücher und Schrifften (...). Und: Paracelsus: Dritter Theil der Bücher und Schrifften (...). Zusammen drei Teile (in 2 Bänden gebunden). Mit insgesamt 3 Porträtstichen, jeder Band mit ausführlichem Register, der Abbildungs des Epitaphs für Paracelsus an der Sebastianskirche in Salzburg und Druckermarke.

      Basel: Conrad Waldkirch 1589.. Zusammen über 1250 Seiten. Neues Halbleder auf fünf falschen Bünden mit Pergamentecken, Groß-8°, 24,1 x 17,4 cm.. (Titel in rot und schwarz gedruckt, breitrandiges Exemplar, Marginalien von alter Hand, diese teils leicht beschnitten, Unterstreichungen, nur wenig fleckig und braunfleckig, selten etwas wasserfleckig, das Porträt aus dem ersten Band im zweiten Band beigebunden und dort doppelt vorhanden, es fehlen in Band 1 Seite 327-28, in Band 2 die Seiten 41-47 verbunden aber vorhanden, in Band 3 Seite 54-55 in der Paginierung übersprungen, sonst vollständig, insgesamt recht sauber und gut erhalten). - Zusammen drei Teile (in 2 Bänden gebunden). Mit insgesamt 3 Porträtstichen, jeder Band mit ausführlichem Register, der Abbildungs des Epitaphs für Paracelsus an der Sebastianskirche in Salzburg und Druckermarke. - Jeweils erste Ausgaben der ersten drei Bände der von Johannes Huser herausgegebenen, wichtigen Werkausgabe, die einige Erstdrucke enthält und teils noch auf die später meist verschollenen Handschriften des Autors zurückgreifen konnte. Deshalb diente die Huser'sche Ausgabe auch als Basis der modernen, kritischen Ausgabe. Die Texte in Band 1 und 2 sind in deutscher Sprache, in Band 3 etwa zur Hälfte in deutsch und lateinisch. Die Bände enthalten u.a. die Schriften: Paramirum de Medica Industria, Paramirum de origine morborum, Liber de generatione hominis, Tractat von ursprung unnd herkommen der Menschlichen Eigenschafften, Das Buch Paragranum, Chronica des Landes Kärnten, Defensiones und Verantwortunge wegen etlicher verunglimpffung seiner Mißgönner, Labyrinthus Medicorum Errantium, Das Buch vom Tartaro, De Viribus membrorum, De primis tribus Essentiis, Von ursprung unnd heilung der Natürlichen Pestilenz (und 4 weitere Schriften über die Pest), De Morbis ex Tartaro, Theophrasti Epistola ad Erasmum Roterodamum, Liber de Icteritiis, Libri Paragraphorum. Somit sind in diesen drei Bänden wohl die berühmtesten Werke von Paracelsus abgedruckt. Insgesamt erschienen 11 (!) Bände, wobei die Bände 1 bis 3 medizinische und alchemistische Schriften enthalten. Als elfter Band erschien 1605 bei Zetzner in Straßburg ein Band mit chirurgischen Schriften. - Sudhoff 216 bis 218 - Hagen, Handbuch der Edtionen, p. 462 (Anm.).

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        Sermones De Sanctis Per Anni Totius Circulum ... Nunc demum a quamplurimis erroribus expurgati, ... Adiectis etiam Regulis pro omnium personarum statu, ex opere eiusdem perueteri desumptis. Cum Indice duplice, tum rerum omnium notabilium, tum singulorum Sermonum.

      Venetiis: Ad signum Concordiae, 1589.. [16], 462 Blatt. Format: 16 x 11 cm. Geprägter Lederband der Zeit auf Holzdeckeln mit 2 Messingschließen (Schließbügel fehlen).. *Späte Ausgabe des bereits in der Inkunabelzeit mehrfach gedruckten Werkes. Dieser Venezianische Druck ist gleichwohl recht selten, im KVK sind weltweit nur wenige Exemplare verzeichnet (je 1 in Eichstätt, Krems, Paris und einige in Italien). - Titelblatt mit zeitgenössischem Randeintrag (datiert 1595). Oberes Kapital bestoßen, ansonsten intaktes, sauber und gut erhaltenes Exemplar.

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        Sermones, sive enarrationes, in Evangelia, et Epistolas Quadragesimales, qui Thesaurus novus vulgo voca[n]tur [...].

      Lyon, G. Rovillius, 1589.. 8°. Mit Holzschn.-Druckermarke a. Titel. 309 num., 3 nn. Bll. (das letzte weiß), Flex. Pgmt. d. Zt. m. durchzogenen Bünden, handschriftl. Rückenschild, dreiseitigem Rotschnitt u. 4 Bindebändern.. Der Theologe und Bischof Petrus de Palude (um 1280-1342) "war Mitglied des Dominikanerordens. Seine theologische Ausbildung erhielt er an der Universität Paris. Dort war er Schüler des Johannes von Paris (Jean Quidort). 1314 erlangte er den Grad eines Magisters. Er wurde 1329 zum Titularpatriarchen von Jerusalem ernannt, um 1337 Bischof von Couserans. In den aufkommenden theologischen Streitigkeiten um das Verhältnis von sich entwickelnder staatlicher Macht und päpstlicher Gewalt vertrat er - in Nachfolge des Thomas von Aquin - eine Differenzierung zwischen natürlichem und übernatürlichem Bereich und plädierte für eine Trennung von geistlicher Gewalt und weltlicher Gewalt" (Wikipedia). - Einband leicht berieben bzw. fleckig. Alte Besitzvermerke a. Innendeckel u. Titel. Vereinzelt kl. alte Anstreichungen bzw. Marginalien. Tlw. leicht wasserrandig, sonst schönes Exemplar. - Adams P 128.

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        Solemnis elegansque tractatus, in quo subtiliter, et abunde de alienationibus rerum ecclesiarum, illarum causis, et solemnitatibus alijsque ad materiam requisitis, sub suis quaestionibus discutitur [...].

      Ex Typographia Joannis Bazachij, Placentiae 1589.. [8], 588, [68] pp., Folio, sauber und fachmännisch neu eingebunden in marmorierten Pappband (new binding, cased boards),. Papier teils etwas fleckig / braunfleckig, Stempel auf Titel, ansonsten gut erhaltenes Exemplar,

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        Pedemontana regio cum Genvensivm territorio & Montisferrati Marchionatu

      Mercator, Gerard, 1589. "Pedemontana regio cum Genuensium territorio & Montisferrati Marchionatu". Orig. copper-engraving by G. Mercator, 1589. Published by H. Hondius in Amsterdam, 1633. Coloured. With ornamental title-cartouche. 36:45,5 cm.. Koeman I, map 7013:1.1, ed. 1:321/22 (1633 German) - Very decorative map of sothwestern Lombardy.

      [Bookseller: Antikvariat Karel Krenek]
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        MANUSCRITO. [Carta de Privilégio]. DOÑA PETRONILLA Y DOÑA FRANCISCA DE SALCEDO Y LAS MEMORIAS QUE DEXO PARA CASAR HUERFAÑAS EL DOCTOR EL DOCTOR FRANCISCO DE SALCEDO SU TIO.

      - lxjU dccclxxxvii iiire d.rxiiii. [1589]. Dada en nome del-Rei D. Phillippe II de Espanha e I de Portugal. Madrid, em 12 de Dezembro de 1589. In fólio [de 33x23 cm] com 6 fólios duplos, apresentando 12 páginas folhas manuscritas em pergaminho. Pergaminho com o título aqui transcrito sobre a capa anterior. Apresenta duplo cor cordão vermelho e amarelo unindo as folhas falta do selo de chumbo uma vez pendente. Apresenta lombada restaurada e um ex-libris da biblioteca de António Capucho. Texto em língua castelhana redigido em letra gótica minúscula, ou redonda, ilustrado com uma letra iluminada e algumas letras maiúsculas a tinta preta dividindo as várias partes do texto. Manuscrito com um valioso testemunho da caridade cristã peninsular da era de quinhentos, tomando o seu conteúdo a seguinte sequência: ?En el nombre de la santissiama Trinidad y de la eterna unidad padre y el ijo y espirito santo que son tres personas y un solo dios]?[ Don philippe por la agracia de dios Rey de Castilla de Leon de aragon de las dos cecilias de Jerusalem de Portugal de navarra de granada de Toledo de valencia de galicia de mallorcas]?[ Deixou con condicion que los primeros previlegios que se dieren de los dichos maravedis de juro de qual quier de ellos a quales quier yglesias y monasterios y hospitales y consejos y colegios y universidades y personas particulares]?[yo bartolome portillo thesorero general del Rey nuestro senñor digo que me doy por contento y pagado]?[Sepan quantos esta carta de poder vieren como yo geronimo de salazar vezino de la villa de valladolid como testamentario que soy del doctor francisco de salcedo abogado en la Real chancilleria del rey nuestro senor]?[En la villa de madrid a doze dias del mês de diziembre de mil y quinientos e ochenta y nueve años ante mi gaspar fernandez escrivano del Rey nuestro señor]?[ Otrosive la escriptura de testamento de que haze mencion en las dichas esctripturas]?[y ten mando quinientos ducados a dona francisca y otros quinientos a dona petronilla hijas de luís de salcedo qu?este en gloria y de dona juana godinez maldonado su mujer para que se casen o entren enrreligion y entrando enrreligion sean para ellas perpetuamente y para el dicho monesterio y en caso que se cassaren y no tubieren hijos]?[E cumplido y pagado e feccho todo lo assi]?[E agora porquanto por parte de voz las dichas dona petronilla y dona francisca de salcedo sobrinas del dicho doctor de salcedo difunto y de la memoria de cassar o meter en religion dos doncellas pobres virtuosas y rrecogidas]?[me fue suplicado que confirmando e aprovando]?[para agora y para siempre jamas las dichas cartas de pago de lo dicho thesorero bartolome portillo]? [De la dicha ciudad de guadalajara y su tierra y partido pague de su cargo]?[ y no entrando enrreligion ni dexando hijos los ayan y sean para la dicha limosna de pobres enbergonçantes y de los dichos trinta y dos mil y quatrocientos cinquenta y ocho maravedis rrestantes vos la die la dicha memoria de casar o meter enrreligion dos doncellas pobres virtuosas y recogidas en cada un año todo ello conforme a las dichas clausulas de testamento y a las dichas escrituras]?]mande dar esta en carta de previlegio esenpta en pagamento y sellada com un sello de plomo pendiente en filo de seda colorada y librada de uns contadores mayores y de otros oficiales]?[dada en la villa de madrid a doze dias del mês de diziembre ano del nascimiento de nuestro salvador Jesus Cristo de mil quinientos y achenta e nueve anos. El Licenciado Escobar, El Licenciado Saavedra. Yo Juan de [?] notário mayor del Reyno de Aª, lo hize escribir. Por Mando del Rey nuestro Señor? Manuscript writen in Spanish. XVIth Century. Binding : contemporary soft cover made in flexible vellum with caligraphic title red and yellow thread tied at spine edge and royal seal missing. External folder skillfully restored at spine and ex-libris from the library of António Capucho. Grant of heritage regulated by this royal spanish chart, signed in behal

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        Parte Primera (-Quinta) de la Introduction del Symbolo de la Fe, en la Qual se trata de la Creacion del Mundo para venir por las Criaturas al conoscimiento del Criador, y de sus divinas perfectiones.

      impressa con Licencia en casa de Hubert Gotard,, Barcelona 1589 - 5 parties en 1 volume in-folio. 8 f. 150 p. 1f. + 174 p. 1f. + 126p. 1f. + 176p. 1f. + 4f. 240p. (reliure modene). Très rare édition barcelonaise du chef d'oeuvre du grand écrivain mystique Luis de Granada (1505-1588), dans laquelle il exalte notamment la création divine à travers un vaste tableau de l'astronomie et l'histoire naturelle. Les 4 premières parties de l'ouvrage était paru pour la première fois en 1583 à Salamanca, et la 5e partie n'avait pas vu le jour avant 1585. "La Introducción del Símbolo de la Fe es una obra única en su género. El análisis atento, minucioso, asombrado de las 'obras de naturaleza' (el libro del mundo) es preámbulo para un sereno diálogo sobre las 'obras de gracia'. Inteligencia, fe, amor son los componentes de este segundo diálogo, que es el más extenso y al que se ordena el primero. En realidad, hoy pocos lectores pasan de la primera parte, que fray Luis escribió 'por cebar a los hombres del mundo con el gusto de esta filosofía natural para levantarlos después a la sobrenatural, que se trata de las otras tres partes que se siguen" (Enciclopedia GER). Cette édition est très rare, comme toutes celles du 16e siècle; le catalogue de la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid ne répertorie notamment aucune édition antérieure à 1601. Quelques rousseurs. Très bon exemplaire. Palau, 108162. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Tuscia.

      Duisburg, 1589 ? 1595 circa. Dall? ?Atlas?, parte II (Italiae, Sclavoniae, et Greciae tabulae geographicae?. Incisione in rame, coloritura d'epoca, cm 33,5 x 47 (alla lastra) più margini, titolo in bs. a sn. entro cartiglio con volute e decori geometrici e un compasso con sottostante scala grafica di 24 miglia italiche, in bs. al centro ?Per Gerardum Mercatorem cum Privilegio?, margine graduato su tutto il perimetro, senza reticolato, edizione francese con testo francese al verso. Ristampe di questa carta fino al 1602. Esemplare uniformemente ingiallito, uno strappo al margine bianco inferiore, due cenni di pieghe trasversali sulla sinistra e agli angoli inferiori, pieni margini. .

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        STAMPA LE QUATTRO STAGIONI

      Senza indicazione di luogo, H. GOLTZIUS, 1589 (mm 117 x 148 più marg.)Serie di quattro incisioni originali inscritta entro tondo tipografico, eseguite a bulino e acquaforte su matrice di rame, nel primo stato. Entro la linea d'inquadramento, nella tavola rappresentante "Ver" (la Primavera), indicazione di Goltzius in qualità di inventore e stampatore, nonché dell'esecutore Matham, con data d'esecuzione; monogrammi di Goltzius e titolo entro il bordolinea, legende latine oltre il bordolinea delle quattro tavole. La serie, di pregevole qualità esecutiva e di raffinata invenzione, è dedicata alle quattro stagioni dell'anno, rappresentate da altrettante figure allegoriche, stanti con attributi iconografici, recanti nel cielo simboli dello Zodiaco e sullo sfondo paesaggi. La trasposizione su lastra delle opere, eseguita con fine tratteggio e sotto la supervisione dello stesso Goltzius, spetta a Matham abile incisore olandese nato ad Haarlem . Le tavole esemplificano i modi stilistici del Tardo Manierismo fiammingo, attento ai significati allegorici, caratterizzato da un attento studio dell'anatomia, da pose artificiose e dalla descrizione accurata di particolari naturalistici e quotidiani. Esemplari in buono stato conservativo, leggermente rimarginati oltre il bordolinea.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Antiquaria Il Cartiglio di R. C]
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        La Merope. Tragedia

      Parma, Erasmo Viotto, 1589. 1589 Edizione originale. In 4°. C.nn. 4, p. 108(2, con registro e grande marchio tipografico al recto; manca la carta bianca finale). E' questa la prima e la migliore delle cinque tragedie che il letterato parmense (socio con il nome di Perduto dell'Accademia degli Innominati di Parma) compose ad imitazione del teatro classico, adattato alle teorie di Trissino e di Speroni. Qualche macchia alle carte centrali. Legatura coeva in pergamena rigida con titoli calligrafici al dorso.

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        EMBLEMAS MORALES

      Juan De La Cuesta, Segovia 1589 - Pergamino época. Broches en cuero, restaurado por Camacho. 101 h, más 9 h, más 204 hojas con 100 emblemas xilograficos, más 30 h. Palau: "Primera edición muy rara." Y el valenciano Salvà: "Primera edición desconocida para Nicolás Antonio (Bibliotheca Hispana) =Entre los siglos XV y XVIII se denominó emblema (también empresa, jeroglífico o divisa) a "lo que está puesto dentro o encerrado", a una imagen enigmática provista de una frase o leyenda que ayudaba a descifrar un oculto sentido moral que se recogía más abajo en verso o prosa. En los inicios del género y durante el siglo XVI, lo que interesó a los emblemistas fue, sobre todo, el aspecto utilitario y didáctico del emblema. El poder suasorio de las imágenes las convertía en una herramienta didáctica o de propaganda para enseñar el camino de la virtud. Para una persona culta de nuestro Siglo de Oro el ingenio de que tenía que hacer alarde le obligaba al uso constante de referencias y alusiones simbólicas. =Feliciano Ramírez de Arellano, escritor e historiador, nace en Cádiz en 1826. Destaca entre su obra la publicación de varios tomos de la 'Colección de documentos inéditos para la historia de España y la Colección de libros raros o curiosos. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        LE QUATTRO STAGIONI

      Senza indicazione di luogo, H. GOLTZIUS, 1589 (mm 117 x 148 più marg.) - Serie di quattro incisioni originali inscritta entro tondo tipografico, eseguite a bulino e acquaforte su matrice di rame, nel primo stato. Entro la linea d'inquadramento, nella tavola rappresentante "Ver" (la Primavera), indicazione di Goltzius in qualità di inventore e stampatore, nonché dell'esecutore Matham, con data d'esecuzione; monogrammi di Goltzius e titolo entro il bordolinea, legende latine oltre il bordolinea delle quattro tavole. La serie, di pregevole qualità esecutiva e di raffinata invenzione, è dedicata alle quattro stagioni dell'anno, rappresentate da altrettante figure allegoriche, stanti con attributi iconografici, recanti nel cielo simboli dello Zodiaco e sullo sfondo paesaggi. La trasposizione su lastra delle opere, eseguita con fine tratteggio e sotto la supervisione dello stesso Goltzius, spetta a Matham abile incisore olandese nato ad Haarlem . Le tavole esemplificano i modi stilistici del Tardo Manierismo fiammingo, attento ai significati allegorici, caratterizzato da un attento studio dell'anatomia, da pose artificiose e dalla descrizione accurata di particolari naturalistici e quotidiani. Esemplari in buono stato conservativo, leggermente rimarginati oltre il bordolinea. 0

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        Magiae naturalis libri XX

      Naples: Orazio Salviani,, 1589. Folio (296 × 217 mm). Nineteenth-century quarter calf, marbled sides, vellum tips. Woodcut title border incorporating lynx at head, author's portrait on verso, numberous woodcut illustrations and diagrams in text. Joints skilfully restored, neatly relined to style, boards rubbed, a few tiny holes, mostly marginal, some light browning and staining as usual with this paper stock, still a very good copy. First edition of the complete text in twenty books of Della Porta's major work. Giambattista della Porta (1538–1615) is one of the most interesting figures of early modern science. Like Galileo, who was Della Porta's immediate successor as a member of the select scientific society, the Accademia dei Lincei, Della Porta opposed the Aristotelian science that dominated the universities of Renaissance Europe. The Aristotelians proposed a qualitative explanation of the way Nature behaved, and could offer no explanation for those "occult qualities" or "jokes of nature" which were apparent exceptions to nature's regularities. In contrast, Della Porta, the German alchemist Paracelsus, Girolamo Cardano and other 16th-century anti-Aristotelians focused their attention on natural particulars: the way Nature behaved in specific instances, often those that seemed to reveal her most subtle workings. They recognized that a new science would have to account, somehow, for these exceptions to the way the world normally worked. Originally published in Naples in 1558 in four books, Natural Magic was revised and considerably expanded throughout the author's lifetime; its twenty books, first published complete here, include observations upon geology, optics, medicines, poisons, cooking, metallurgy and magnetism as well as cosmetics, perfumes, gunpowder and invisible writing.

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        Hieronimi Raphaelli Phisici Monterchiensis

      [500 manoscritto Arezzo- Monterchi](cm. 29 x 21.5) Buona piena pergamena originale con tracce di lacci lievi difetti. Manoscritto cartaceo autografo vergato in chiara grafia composto da 119 carte scritte al recto e al verso in latino e in volgare, 6 carte interne sono bianche. prima carta con grande stemma della famiglia Raffaelli disegnato a penna entro cartiglio e sotto la sua firma" Hieronymi Raphaellis Phisici Monterchiensis." Il testo inizia alla carta 3 con: " in dei nomine amme anno a Partenopeiu partu 1589". Humores nostri corporis... e fino a carta 86 l'autore, medico e fisico, descrive centinaia di malattie con sintomi, rimedi e cure. malattie infantili, ferite, oppio, febbri pestilenziali, malattie veneree ecc... Praticamente tutte quelle conosciute fino a quella epoca. A carta 94 inizia un indice alfabetico per rapida consultazione fino a carta 105 nel quale sono elencate circa 200 malattie tutte in latino. A carta 106 inizia un elenco scritto in volgare, di memorie e ricordi cronologicamente elencati dal 1578 al 1614, con precise datazioni: 1578 andai a studio a Siena, 1580 moglie camilla, 1581 mio padre Riccardo morì a dì 26 marzo, 1582 andai a Roma da Gregorio XII, 1583 ebbi la prima condotta a Bibbiena, 1590 a Castiglion fiorentino, 1594 nacque la mia ottava figlia, 1601 la città di Cortona mi nomina medico e fisico: 1609 la città di Borgo san Sepolcro mi nomina benemerito... Praticamente traccia la sua biogafia con note curiose, citando paesi e città, eventi e mutamenti, con molti nomi di famiglie personaggi e nobili del tempo. Manoscritto assolutamente inedito e assai importante per l'argomento medico-fisico e chimico farmaceutico. Tutto da studiare soprattutto per le malattiue e le singolari cure esperite nelle zone della sua professione descrivendo, cause, sintomi terapie ed origine. Interessa anche la storia locale di Arezzo, la toponomastica e i fatti non riferiti dalle fonti storiche classiche. Lievi aloni marginali alle prime carte e minime tracce d'uso. peraltro è in ottima conservazione e vergato su carta grave. Provenienza: Famiglia nobiliare di castiglion Fiorentino, 1986. Archivio privato. [f84] manoscritto

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        Vita di Giesu Christo Nostro redentore Scritta da Landolfo di Sassonia Dell' Ordine Certosino. Et nuouo tradotta do M. Francesco Sansovino

      Vinegia: Presso Altobello Salicato., 1589. Collation,[24][14]252+243pp, alternate pages numbered so (circa 1000 pages).160 text engravings.Text pages are complete as numbered which is quite rare in a book of this age.Bound in quarter calf, marble boards, raised bands, gilt title lettering and centre stamp tooling. Binding in good clean firm condition.Internally, no loose pages, some minor loss of margin on title, inner margin bound to tight with slight loss of a few letters. Some occasional light staining, some under or margin lining. But really text in very good clean condition. A very nice clean copy. 8938. A30 . Very Good. Quarto.

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        Der Löblichenn Statt Freyburg im Breyßgaw wahrhaffte Abconthraphetung. 1589." Aufsicht von Westen

      Kupferstich von Gregorius Sickinger 1589. 30.8x44 cm. - Schefold, Baden 23183 - Thieme / Becker XXX, 589 - Friburgum Freiburg 7 - Die "Kleine Ansicht" Freiburgs, die der Kupferstecher und Formschneider Gregorius Sickinger im Auftrag der Stadt anfertigte. Blick auf die Stadt mit dem Münster, Stadtmauer mit Toren, der Dreisam und dem Burghaldenschloss auf dem Schlossberg, im Hintergrund Weinberge und bewaldete Anhöhen. Oben Spruchband mit dem Titel in der Mitte unterbrochen durch die Darstellung einer Madonna mit Kind. In den oberen Ecken je eine Wappendarstellung. Unten links Legende "Verzeichnis der Fürnembsten gebeuen diser Statt Freyburg" mit Nr. 1 - 28, die unten rechts mit Nr. 29 - 60 fortgesetzt wird. Die Felder der Legenden mit Wappenschmuck sowie über dem linken Feld die Signatur des Künstlers und Putten mit Beiwerk zur Vermessungs- und Schneidekunst. Die Legende führt außer den kirchlichen und weltlichen Prinzipalgebäuden u.a. auch Einrichtungen des Gesundheitswesens wie Armenspital, Blatternhaus und Findelhaus, das Dorf Adelhausen, Märkte und Mühlen auf. Auf Japan gezogen, dadurch Einrisse im Papierrand hinterlegt.

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        Statuta Ordinationes atque Decreta Civitatis Sancti Angeli Papalis alias Callii. Olim a summis viris inventa, et nunc sedula, ac multiplici industria, non absq; summo labore digesta... Benignitate serenissimi Francisci Mariæ secundi Ducis Urbini sexti...

      Pisauri [Pesaro]: Hieronymum Concordiam [Hieronymus Concordia], 1589. . Folio in 4s, (2), 180, (12) leaves. Woodcut initial letters and head and tail pieces, gathering H detached, some foxing and damp staining, title page laid down with top corner lacking, some creasing and minor tears to final leaves. Contemporary vellum, some marks, spine with raised bands and a manuscript title, binding slightly sprung but sound.

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        Prognosticon Grosse Practica mit Warhaffter und eigentlicher beschreibunge des zustandes der Welt nach den sieben Himmelschen oder Firmamentischen Fursten Influentz unnd zunegung Als da sein mit Namen [Zeichen der sieben Planeten] Auff das Jar Christi M.D.LXXXX.

      Mit Titelholzschnitt. 8 Bll. Rückenbroschur. 19 x 14 cm. Zinner 3419; VD16 M 5487 gibt unter dem Verfassernamen Wilhelm Misocacus eine Danziger Ausgabe mit identischem Titel und sehr ähnlichem Text, aber unterschiedlichem Titelholzschnitt an; von vorliegender Ausgabe ist für mich nur ein Exemplar in der Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin ("Kriegsverlust möglich") nachweisbar. Sowohl die Danziger wie die vorliegende Ausgabe haben 8 Blatt, die Angabe bei Zinner mit 12 Blatt ist sicherlich falsch. Das einzige für mich sonst jemals im Handel nachweisbare Exemplar (Lathrop Harper, Katalog aus dem Jahr 1975; "Astrological predictions for the year 1590, of considerable medical interest") ebenfalls mit 8 Blatt. - In den Rändern fleckig.

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        Tratado de la tribulacion, repartido en dos libros

      Madrid: Pedro Madrigal,, 1589. En el Primero se trata de las Tribulaciones particulares: y en el Segundo de las generales que Dios nos embia, y del remedio dellas. Small octavo (142 × 96 mm). Bound by Balmes in 1957 in full blue morocco for the Spanish bibliophile Isidoro Fernández (1878?1963), with his gilt supralibros to each cover, spine with five raised bands, gilt-lettered direct, gilt turn-ins and board edges, gilt edges, with his book plates. Provenance: purchased from José Sala Nadal, 1954. Woodcut Jesuit device on title, ornamental initials, headpiece. Minor fore-edge repair to title and a few other leaves, washed; overall, a good, well-margined copy. First edition of a work on the defeat of the Spanish Armada. Ribadeneira (1527?1611), a member of a noble Castilian family, studied at the universities of Paris, Louvain, and Padua, before becoming a leading diplomat and administrator within the Jesuit order, and St. Ignatius Loyola's first biographer. Here he justifies the intended invasion and looks for theological and moral reasons to help explain the Spanish defeat. Ribadeneira was well informed on English matters. He had been in London from 1558 to 1559, hoping to found a Jesuit mission there, a hope quashed by Mary's death. His Historia ecclesiastica del scisma del reyno de Inglaterra (Emberes, 1594) was a continuation, covering the years 1588?93, of Nicholas Sander's history of the "English Schism".

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        Epitome Theatri Orteliani

      Antwerp: Plantin, Christophe, 1589. hardcover. Small oblong 8vo in modern vellum binding with 94 lovely maps, Latin text on verso. 2nd edition. Manuscript notes in Dutch below several maps. Last page of index repaired. As in the Library of Congress version, there is no title page. Philip Galle (1537-1612) was an editor, engraver, and printseller from Haarlem. He was the first publisher to issue a pocket Ortelius atlas and went on to produce eleven editions.

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        Digestum vetus, seu pandectarum iuris civilis. Tomus primus [.].

      Lyon, (lion moucheté), 1589. - (42) SS., 2222 Spp. Mit Druckermarke am Titel. Lederband der Zeit auf 5 Doppelbünden mit goldgepr. floraler Rückenverzierung sowie rotem Rückenschildchen. Folio. Große und vollständige Ausgabe der Digestum Vetum mit der Glosse des Accursius und Denis Godefroys (1549-1622) Zusätzen. Das Titelblatt ziert jene berühmte Druckermarke, welche einen fliegenumschwirrten Löwen mit dem Spruch "De forti dulcendo" zeigt. Dieser ging als "lion moucheté" in die Geschichte ein. Die Digesten, das juristische Kernstück des Corpus Iuris Civilis, werden seit dem Mittelalter unterteilt in drei Teile: Digestum Vetus, Infortitum und Digestum Novum. Der Inhalt ist ein Flickenteppich, der von einer Gesetzeskommission aus einer grossen Masse von juristischen Schriften des 1. bis 2. Jhs. zusammengestellt worden ist. Die Ende des 11. Jhs. in Bologna zugrundegelegte Handschrift, die Vulgata oder "Littera Bononiensis", bestimmte den Rechtsunterricht und die Rechtspraxis bis Mitte des 16. Jhs. Im Jahre 1553 wurde eine weitere archetypische Handschrift der Pandekten ediert, die unter dem Namen "Littera Florentina" rechtshistorische Bedeutung erlangte. Der Druck des Corpus war ein umkämpfter Markt: Zunächst war Venedig beherrschend, wurde jedoch zu Beginn des 16. Jhs. von Lyon abgelöst. - Am Titel zeitgenöss. hs. Besitzvermerk "Ex Libris Joannis Francisci Xaverii Rascas Patroni" (d. i. Jean Francois Xavier de Rascas, Rechtsgelehrter und Erzdiakon von St. Sauveur d'Aix, der als "avocat au parlament" an der Jurisdiktion im Ancien Regime mitwirkte). Ecken und Kanten berieben, Lederbezug des Einbands größenteils abgelöst. Teils wurmstichig und wasserfleckig. Nicht in STC-BM French oder bei Adams.

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        Parte Primera (-Quinta) de la Introduction del Symbolo de la Fe, en la Qual se trata de la Creacion del Mundo para venir por las Criaturas al conoscimiento del Criador, y de sus divinas perfectiones.

      En Barcelona, impressa con Licencia en casa de Hubert Gotard, 1589. - 5 parties en 1 volume in-folio. 8ff. 150pp. 1f. + 174pp. 1f. + 126pp. 1f. + 176pp. 1f. (1f.blanc). + 4ff. 240pp. 2ff. Plein veau, dos à nerfs orné (reliure du 17e siècle, coiffe supérieure élimée). Très rare édition barcelonaise du chef d'œuvre du grand écrivain mystique Luis de Granada (1505-1588), dans laquelle il exalte notamment la création divine à travers un vaste tableau de l'astronomie et l'histoire naturelle. Les 4 premières parties de l'ouvrage étaient parues pour la première fois en 1583 à Salamanca, et la 5ème partie n'avait pas vu le jour avant 1585. "La Introducción del Símbolo de la Fe es una obra única en su género. ( ) El análisis atento, minucioso, asombrado de las 'obras de naturaleza' (el libro del mundo) es preámbulo para un sereno diálogo sobre las 'obras de gracia'. Inteligencia, fe, amor son los componentes de este segundo diálogo, que es el más extenso y al que se ordena el primero. En realidad, hoy pocos lectores pasan de la primera parte, que fray Luis escribió 'por cebar a los hombres del mundo con el gusto de esta filosofía natural para levantarlos después a la sobrenatural, que se trata de las otras tres partes que se siguen' " (Enciclopedia GER). Cette édition est très rare, comme toutes celles du 16e siècle; le catalogue de la Biblioteca Nacional de Madrid ne répertorie notamment aucune édition antérieure à 1601. Quelques rousseurs. Très bon exemplaire, ayant appartenu au 17e siècle à un commandeur barcelonais bien connu, le Chevalier de Ros, selon une inscription manuscrite ancienne sur une page de garde. Le fils de ce militaire, Pau Ignasi Dalmases i Ros, fonda au début du 18e siècle la première académie de belles-lettres barcelonaise, la célèbre Acadèmia dels Desconfiats. Palau, 108162.

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        Novae Coelestium Orbium Theoricae congruentes cum observationibus N. Copernici

      Venice: Damiano Zenario, 1589. * Adams M-119; Riccardi I.2.65.5; Luigi Campedelli in DSB IX.12-13; Gingerich, “Science in the Age of Copernicus,” Harvard Library Bulletin XXVI, no. 4 (1978), no. 42; Thorndike VI.56-9.. First edition of New Theories of the Celestial Orbs Agreeing with the Observations of Copernicus, Magini’s principal astronomical treatise. The work is of interest for the 16th-century reception of Copernicus, whom Magini admired; and although he endorsed the unprecedented accuracy of Copernicus’s calculation of celestial movements he nevertheless publicly retained his belief in geocentrism. His private correspondence, however, leaves no doubt that Magini became a “closet” Copernican (see above). Even so, Magini represents a progressive case of 16th-century “establishment” science, and whether explicitly or not, and whether fairly or not, he is the target in much of Galileo’s more revolutionary embrace of the Copernican system. In this work Magini “took the position that Copernicus had so reformed astronomy that no correction of equal motions, or a very slight one, was now required... For although Copernicus had devised hypotheses which wandered far from verisimilitude, yet they corresponded closely to the phenomena... He, therefore, collated the ideas of Ptolemy and Copernicus, adding new hypotheses of his own where they seemed necessary, and has written an introductory text or theory of the planets along these lines. He asserts that there was a great demand for such a theory of the planets which would abandon the outmoded Alfonsine hypotheses and conform his recent observations without such absurd hypotheses as Copernicus had imagined” (Thorndike VI.56).At the time of the present work, Magini (1555-1617) held one of the two chairs of mathematics at Bologna, to which he had been elected over the young Galileo. This undeserved preference naturally aggravated the already advanced rivalry between the two. Magini was a talented calculator, producing the best ephemerides of his day, and was an accomplished geographer and cartographer.

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        Meisznische Land und Berg-Chronica, In welcher...Bergwercken, sampt zugehoerigen Metall und Metallar beschreibungen

      Each title within an elaborate woodcut pictorial border, two full-page engravings, & numerous woodcuts & maps in the text, woodcut initials and head- & tailpieces. First title printed in red & black. 6 p.l., 449, [15] pp.; 4 p.l., 205, [6] pp. Two vols. in one. Folio, cont. vellum over boards (binding a little soiled, light browning throughout as is always the case). Dresden: "durchaus auff Schreibpappir gedruckt," 1589-90. First edition, and a fine copy, of this early mining book, splendidly printed on special paper ("Schreibpappir"). "This work is of great importance in connexion with the early history of mining in Saxony."-Zeitlinger, 2nd Supp., 13976. Albinus's book also contains valuable information on the output of gold and silver along with details on the magnet-stone, wolfram, and many other metals. The present book contains much original information on the life and works of Agricola and is also of great significance for the early history of European porcelain manufacturing. For more on this see W. Prandtl, "Zur Vorgeschichte des Meissner Porzellans" in Chymia, Vol. IV (1953). Albinus (1534-98), was professor of poetry and mathematics at the University of Wittenberg and historiographer to the Electorate of Saxony. Very nice copy. Foot of spine a little defective. Bookplate of Hans Joachim Höupler. Attractive copies of this book are scarce. ❧ Ferchl, p. 6-"die sehr viel hütten-chemische Nachrichten enthält. Quelle über das Leben Georg Agricolas." Hoover 43. .

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        Maris Pacifici (quod vulgo Mar del Zur)Ö

      Antwerp,: Plantin, 1589.. Engraved map, 435 x 560 mm., original hand-colouring, small tear with old paper repair to original central fold, some toning, a few marks and stains, but in very good condition; framed. A very good copy, with original hand-colouring, of the first printed map to be devoted solely to the Pacific. The map includes a vast southern continent, which stretches from a peak right below New Guinea all the way to connect with the southern shores of the Straits of Magellan.The map has many firsts: it is the first to name North and South America separately, and the first to shift the islands of New Guinea and Japan away from the American coast, thus stretching the Pacific into a more realistic shape. The map is also particularly good regarding Spanish America, with interesting details of the entire west coast of South America, Central America, California, and stretching north towards what is now Alaska. The width of America has been considerably corrected, so that it is now quite narrow across the Tropic of Capricorn; as Wagner points out, this has the effect of moving the peninsula of California, correctly, to the east.Ortelius used Spanish and Portuguese manuscript maps to correct many contemporary misconceptions about the Americas, although it remains unclear what his sources were for some of the other corrections. The absence of inland detail such as topographic features and the names of towns may reflect the Flemish cartographer's reliance upon portolan charts for inspiration. Yet it is rich in coastal detail, and especially the treatment of the west coast of the Americas and the islands of east Asia.The southern continent that fills the lower portion of the map incorporates Tierra del Fuego, but otherwise remains vast and mysterious. Ortelius celebrates the circumnavigation of Magellan with a beautiful and highly detailed engraving of his galleon Victoria situated off the coast of Peru, and the hypothetical southern land is named for the great circumnavigator but noted as still unexplored, "Terra Australis sive Magellanica nondum detecta".See also catalogue number xx for Ortelius' map of South-east Asia.Burden, 'Mapping of North America', 74; Suarez, Shedding the Veil, 35; Van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, 12.

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        Maris Pacifici, (Quod Vulgo Mar del Zur)

      Antwerp:. 1589.. The first printed map specifically devoted to the Pacific Ocean. Ortelius's atlas, "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" was "the first true atlas in the modern sense of the term, being a set of uniformly produced and methodically organized maps of all parts of the world based strictly on current knowledge...first published in 1570, it was commercially successful and continued to be updated and enlarged through its final editions of 1612... Most of the atlas' significant maps were not present in its original form, however, but were added during the course of its forty-two year evolution, demonstrating that Ortelius also possessed the courage and initiative to use fresh data to chart regions which were still poorly understood. A prime example of this is his map of the Pacific, which was engraved in 1589 and first included in the atlas in 1590. This is the first printed map specifically devoted to the Pacific Ocean." Suarez, "Shedding the Veil", p. 110-111. & & Ortelius radically revised the northwest coast of America, the California peninsula and the contour of the west coast of South America. He differentiates between "North" and "South" America. The name "Califormia" (sic) appears, though designating only the peninsular region. New Guinea is now boldly depicted as an island, and the large islands off its' coast are the Solomons. The Antarctic land mass has not yet been discovered, but is theorized. The map shows a large land mass rising from the bottom edge, entitled "Terra Australis, Sive Magellanica, Non-dum Detecta." At the extreme right corner, opposite the tip of S. America is "Tierra del Fuego", listing the names of C. di S. Thomas, C. de Camaron, C. del bon defseo, C. Defseado on its coast. Copper plate engraving with early hand color, 34.5 x 49.5 cms. Beautifully restored. Overall a very nice copy of a highly important of the first chart of the Pacific Ocean. Burden, The Mapping of North America, 74.

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        Horologium deuotionis. Oder Das andächtig Zeit Glögglein / inhaltent schöne Betrachtunge(n) vnd Gebettlein / von dem Leben vnnd Leyden vnsers lieben Herren Jesu Christi

      (Am Schluss:) Innsbruck, H. Paur 1589.. Mit Titelholzschnitt und 40 Textholzschnitten, alle Seiten mit Holzschnittbordüre. 12 unnum. Bll., 206 (recte 204) num. Bll. Lederband d. Zt. auf Holzdeckeln. 12°. 14 x 8,5 cm. Nicht im VD 16 und im Index Aurelianus; für mich ist nur ein Exemplar in der Österreichischen Nationalbibliothek nachweisbar (gekauft aus der Auktion Zisska & Kistner 13, Nr. 29). - Beliebtes, schon in der Inkunabelzeit of aufgelegtes Erbauungsbuch. Über den deutschen Mystiker und Dominikaner Bertholdus, der um 1350 lebte, ist wenig bekannt; nach NDB II, 163 ist er nicht mit dem Dominikaner und Popularjuristen Berthold von Freiburg identisch (vgl. auch Stammler-L. I, 223f.). - Vorderer Spiegel mit zeitgen. Besitzeintrag einer Ordensschwester "Soter Magdalena Schumacherin". - Rückenbezug mit Fehlstellen. Vorderdeckel mit kl. Papieretikette. Es fehlen die Schließen. Fliegender vord. Vorsatz und Titel mit alten Stempeln der Straßburger Dominikaner, Titel mit handschriftl. Eintrag "1493". Wenige Bll. mit etwas Papierverlust an der unteren rechten Ecke. Innen recht gutes und frisches Exemplar!

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        Matthaei Paris, Monachi Albanensis, Angli, historia maior, a Guilielmo Conquaestore, ad Ultimum Annum Henrici Tertii. Cum Indice Locupletissimo

      Tiguri (Zurich): In Officina Froschouiana, 1589 Tiguri: In Officina Froschoviana. [Zurich (Switzerland), Christophorus Froschoverus, Christopher Froschauer], 1589. In contemporary dark-brown leather-covered boards. Woodcut printer’s device to title, ink stamp of Prior Park to title and margins of a few other ff. Occasional light water-staining to lower margins, heavier towards end, later panelled calf, repaired. [Adams P337]. / (6ff) - (34p, Index) - (1p, Blank) - 977 pages / A very nice, tight and clean copy. (19,5cm x 30,5cm). Photos available upon request.

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        Historiarum Indicarum libri XVI. Selectarum ítem ex India epistolarum eodem interprete libri III. Accésit Ignatii Loiolae Vita

      A cornerstone Jesuit history by one of the Order's most celebrated scholars, uniting in one text a description of its mission across the globe. 1589-88. Venice. Damiano Zenari. Thick octavo (195 mm x 135 mm). Two parts bound in one volume. [28] + 281; [2] + 211 leaves. Each with a separate titlepage. Ornate titlepage vignettes. Contemporary panelled blind- tooled pigskin, raised bands, manuscript title on spine, clasp remnants, covers bowed. Old library stamps on front pastedown, front free endpaper, and titlepage. Contemporary manuscript ownership statement on titlepage. Internally clean, a near fine, in an attractive contemporary binding. Second edition, after the first of the previous year. Maffei's text is a classic work on the Jesuit missions in America, India, and Japan, with a biography of the Order's founder, Ignatius Loyola. The author spent twelve years in Lisbon composing his work from original sources, was one of the first Western historians to write about Asia, and is likely the first to mention the Japanese warlord, Oda Nobunaga, in a European work. According to Borba de Moraes, his extensive treatment of Brazil describes the region "very accurately," though the majority of the book is concerned with the Portuguese mission and Jesuit stations elsewhere in India, the East Indies, and parts of the Arabian Sea to about 1557. The fourth chapter discusses China, while the twelfth considers Japan. For his information on Japan, Maffei relied on the letters that had been written and sent to Europe by one of the prime chroniclers of the early Jesuit mission in Asia, Luis Frois. In 1569, Frois had been the first European to meet Nobunaga, having done so in Kyoto, which the warlord had recently captured. "Maffei's work is written with probity as well as elegance, for the Jesuit humanist was writing at a time when the 'Indian Letters' were being attacked for their falsities and exaggerations by leading figures in the Society both in Europe and Asia. It was prepared in the midst of a flurry of Jesuit activity which revolved about the related efforts of the young Society to prepare a history of its activities and to prepare biographies of its great founders: Loyola and Xavier" - Lach. Lach, Asia in the Making of Europe, pp. 325-27. Borba de Moraes, 508 (another ed). European Americana, 589/41. Sabin, 43770. Streit, IV, 1045. Backer, V, 298.

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        L Annaei Senecae Cordvbensis Tragoediae

      Antwerp: Martinum Nutium , 1589 This is an extremely rare early copy of Seneca's tragedies, which include Medea and Oedipus. It is in poor condition - the front board is missing and the back board is detached. 25% of the spine is missing. The pages are browned and there is crinkling to the early and later pages due to the absence of the protective boards. There is some worm damage to final leaves, not affecting the text and someone has practised decorative writing - again on the final leaves and not affecting the text. It measures 11.5 x 8 cm and has 431 pages plus an index. We can find no reference to a 1589 copy, although Seneca's plays were very popular in that period.

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        Adagia Sive Proverbia Graecorum

      Head of title in Greek [romanized: Paroimiai Hellenikai] [Greek Proverbs]. Title page date: [M] [D] C XII, superiorum permissu. "Ex Zenobio seu Zenodoto, Diogeniano & Suidae collectaneis. Partim edita nunc primum, partim Latine reddita, Scholiisque parallelis illustrata, ab Andrea Schotto Antuerpiano, Soc. Iesu Presbytero." [10] printed leaves, 702 pages. -- Thick hardcover, 7.5x10.2 inches, full mottled leather, raised bands, gilt spine decorations, marbled endsheets. Condition: cover boards a bit sprung; cover lightly rubbed/worn; surface crinkles to the leather; pages quite bright and clear; a few (very early) marginal notes. Some early page numbers are misprinted, but the catchwords are corrrect and the text continuous. -- Works by Zenobius the Sophist; Diogenianus, von Heraclea; Suidas (lexicographer) in parallel columns of Greek and Latin, with decorations, and with indexes in Greek and Latin. -- This book is a nice example of the elegant type faces from the continued operations of the printer Christophe Plantin (d.1589) and with his device on title-page and last page (compass held by hand, motto Labore et Constantia).

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        TRATTATO UTILISSIMO ET PARTICOLARISSIMO DEL FLUSSO & RIFLUSSO DEL MARE, del Signor Annibale Raimondo gentilhuomo Veronese, & Eccellentiss. Matematico. Il quale introducendo l'opinione d'altri illustri scrittori,

      In Venetia, Appresso Domenico Nicolini, 1589.. dimostra intorno a questa materia quanto habbiano errato in molte cose. Aggiuntaui una piena dichiaratione alla regola gia data dal famoso Astrologo M. Giovanni Bianchini per trovar col mezo dell'hore l'altezza de' Poli; et appresso un discorso fatto sopra il Moto della Trepidatione dell'Ottava Sfera, opera dignissima & curiosa novamente posta in luce. FIRST EDITION 1589, Italian text, small 4to, approximately 220 x 160 mm, 8¾ x 6¼ inches, author's large pictorial emblem on title page, printer's device on colophon, large decorated or historiated initials, 2 headpieces and a tailpiece, 9 woodcut astronomical diagrams in the text 2 almost full page, and pages of tide tables, leaves: (8), 112, (2) - Address to the Readers by Raimondo (1 page), Errata on 2 pages and colophon on final page, collation: †-††4, A-Dd4, 2E6, bound in vellum over board, raised bands and gilt rules to spine, gilt lettered red morocco label, marbled endpapers. Boards very lightly marked and bowing very slightly, small ex libris label on verso front endpaper, pale brown stain to lower margins from title page (where it touches the imprint) to first page of text, fading to nothing, lower margin of O2v faintly marked, leaves Cc2--Ee2 very faintly damp stained to fore-edge margins and slighlty affecting text with no loss of legibility, very small chip to fore-edge margin of Cc2, another very small pale stain to edge of lower margin of Cc1-Ee6, otherwise contents very clean. A very good copy of a rare early book on the ebb and flow of tides plus a brief section on the movement of trepidation of the eighth sphere and another which is a supplementary declaration to the rule of Giovanni Bianchini for finding the altitude or latitude of the poles. Raimondo was an Italian mathematician and scholar born in Verona in 1505 or 1506 (d. 1591?). Little is known of his long life but he wrote on astrology, geomancy, physics and astronomy as well as fluid dynamics. Sotheran's Bibliotheca Chemico-Mathematica, Volume II, 13844, reports a French comment that this Trattato on the tides was Raimondo's best work published at the age of 84, and that it is rare. The ex libris label on the front endpaper is that of Pierre Duhem (1861 – 1916) a French physicist, mathematician, historian and philosopher of science, who made major contributions to the science of his day, particularly in the fields of hydrodynamics, elasticity, and thermodynamics. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        The text of the New Testament of Iesus Christ, translated out of the vulgar Latine by the papists of the traiterous seminarie at Rhemes. With arguments of bookes, chapters, and annotations, pretending to discouer the corruptions of diuers translations, and to cleare the controuersies of these dayes. Whereunto is added the translation out of the original Greeke, commonly vsed in the Church of England, with a confutation of all such arguments, glosses, and annotations, as conteine manifest impietie, of heresie, treason and slander, against the catholike Church of God, and the true teachers thereof, or the translations vsed in the Church of England

      London: Deputies of Christopher Barker, 1589. First edition. 3/4 leather. Very Good +. 8 x 11 inches. Folio. [23], 496, [5] leaves. Collates as * (4 leaves) + A-Y (in 6s) + Aa-Yy (in 6s) + Aaa-Yyy (in 6s) + Aaaa-Vvvv (in 6s) + Xxxx (4 leaves). A few small wormholes mostly in margins, minimally affecting text mostly in preliminaries and Matthew and Revelation. A few neat notes in contemporary hand. Title supplied in facsimile. Rheims version and Bishops Bible version in parallel columns in Roman type, with Fulke's commentary at the end of each chapter. The Rheims version is translated from the Vulgate chiefly by Gregory Martin; the Bishops Bible translation was overseen by Matthew Parker. ESTCS107061; Herbert 202. Expertly bound in light brown modern 3/4 calf with gilt title, author and date to two compartments of the spine which has four raised bands and blindstamped decorations to the other three compartments. A spectacular copy of the first Bishops - Rheims Parallel Bible, allowing comparison of the dueling translations of the Reformation. Rare.

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        Colloquios matrimoniales, del Licenciado. En los quales se trata como se han de haver entre si los casados.

      en la imprenta de la viuda de Ioan Escarrilla, Çaragoça 1589 - 161 h. inc.port. con tres grabados en madera, 1 h. sin num. al fin para la tabla.Marroqueen burdeos, supralibris dorado en planos, lomo con nervios, título y data en oro, cantos, contracantos, cabeza y cortes dorados [Brugalla, 1937] Papel algo amarronado, inscripción de anterior propietario en portada."Hay obras escritas en el siglo XVI que ofrecen un acercamiento múltiple, pues despiertan interés, e incluso curiosidad, por varios motivos. Los Coloquios matrimoniales de Pedro de Luján parecen en principio brindarse como testimonio histórico de usos y costumbres en el apartado referido al matrimonio; pero, al ser éste una cuestión crucial en la constitución de la nueva organización burguesa y urbana, se erigen, por los distintos aspectos que aborda, en propuestas ideológicas de manifestación clara, debido al formato obligado por la finalidad práctica. Pero además, y en cuanto a los resortes literarios elegidos, regulados por un género inherentemente ligado al humanismo, la obra de Luján se presenta como una de las mejores realizaciones del diálogo renacentista, en adaptación de la propuesta de los Coloquios de Erasmo, y dando vía dialéctica a un extenso conjunto de datos y propuestas que ya habían visto la luz en formas menos didácticas. Por último, puede leerse también como miscelánea y recopilación de noticias, ejemplos y anécdotas tomadas de la antigüedad en torno a los diferentes motivos que se van tratando.Pedro de Luján representa al escritor de obras de moda en la Sevilla del siglo XVI. Después de licenciarse en leyes en la universidad de Alcalá de Henares, fue impresor entre 1550 y 1560 al quedarse con la imprenta sevillana de Dominico de Robertis, marido de una hermana de su madre. Conociendo bien cuales eran los gustos del público compuso un libro de caballerías, como duodécima continuación del Amadís de Gaula, titulado Silves de la Selva (1546), tradujo otro del mismo género del italiano, Leandro el Bel (Toledo 1563), y a la manera de Erasmo, al que cita como modelo, firmó unos coloquios sobre los temas del matrimonio, la educación y el comportamiento en la vejez.A cada uno de los seis coloquios que componen la obra le corresponden los personajes pertinentes para ir tratando de los variados asuntos en torno al matrimonio. En el primero una mujer casada, Dorotea, explica a su amiga Eulalia los beneficios del matrimonio, convenciéndola para que tome estado, al mismo tiempo que enuncia los nuevos criterios que este debe cumplir para un suceso feliz, como es la igualdad de situación social y de edad entre los contrayentes. En el segundo, en un nuevo encuentro de las dos amigas, Eulalia le confiesa a Dorotea el fracaso de su matrimonio, las continuas peleas con el marido y el mal comportamiento de éste; Dorotea considera que ambos son culpables, por lo que le aconseja a su interlocutora nuevas tácticas de sumisión y de acercamiento al marido y se ofrece a mediar con éste. Por lo que, ya en el tercer coloquio, se hace la encontradiza con él, llamado Marcelo, y le recuerda cómo debe ser la conducta del buen casado, cómo ha de tratar a su mujer, y cuál es la importancia de su papel en la casa. Por fin, en el cuarto, Eulalia reconoce el milagro que se ha producido, tras su propio cambio y el de su esposo, agradeciendo a su amiga sus consejos, y le anuncia que está preñada. Dorotea dedica entonces una primera parte de su plática a prevenir sobre los peligros del embarazo y advertir sobre las actividades y modo de vida que debe realizar la mujer en ese estado, y en la segunda, ya presente Marcelo, la conversación discurre sobre la crianza del hijo, desde el amamantamiento hasta la búsqueda del ama ideal." [Cómo y para qué casarse en el Siglo de Oro. Los Coloquios matrimoniales de Pedro de Luján, Asunción Rallo Gruss]Ex-libris de I. Fernández en la guarda superior. Salvá II, 3936; Palau nota al 143662

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        Civitas Romana.

      Gillios., Parisiis. 1589 - In 16°, p. perg. del '700, pp. 379 + cc.nn. 10. Marca tipografica al centro del front. Tagli rossi. Carta e stampa fresche. Lievi rare fioriture. Lieve abrasione sul front. Raro.

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        Novae Coelestium Orbium Theoricae congruentes cum observationibus N. Copernici. -

      Venezia, Zenari, 1589.In-4°. Legatura coeva in pergamena molle, titolo calligrafato sul dorso; un angolo restaurato. Frontespizio inc. e 70 silografie n.t. con figure astronomiche e diagrammi. (14), 115 ff.; margine superiore sobrio e angolo superiore bianco delle ultime 4 carte usato; lieve alone d?umidità; senza l'ultimo foglio bianco. Prima edizione del primo trattato a esporre il Sistema Copernicano in Italia. DBI LXVII, 414. DSB IX, 12. Riccardi II, 65. Houzeau & Lancaster 12741. Thorndyke VI, 56. First edition of Magini's important treatise on the new theories of the Celestial Orbs. Magini was «professor of mathematics at Bologna, an outstanding astronomer and a correspondent of Tycho Brahe and Kepler. He made a thorough study of the writings of Copernicus whose calculations of the celestial movements he considered far more exact than those of his predecessors. However, as he could not accept Copernicus' theory of the movement of the earth, he collated the ideas of Ptolemy and Copernicus, adding new hypotheses of his own where they seemed necessary and wrote his theory of the planets along these lines...» (Offenbacher, 26/159). With an engr. title and 70 text woodcuts with diagrams and planetary orbits. Upper margin short and upper corner of last four leaves worn; light damp stain; lacking final blank. Contemp. vellum, one corner repaired.

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        Lativm nunc Campagna di Roma

      Carta geografica tratta dal "Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae Tabula Geographiche" del 1589. Inserita successivamente in tutte le edizioni del Mercator Atlas edite da Hondius e Janssonius. Edizione latina del 1623. Incisione in rame, meravigliosa coloritura coeva, piccola mancanza nel margine bianco inferiore, per il resto in ottimo sttao di conservazione. Amsterdam Amsterdam 480 370

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        Abruzzo et Terra di Lavoro.

      Incisione in rame, bella coloritura coeva, mm 355x480. La carta dell'Abruzzo del Mercator viene per la prima volta pubblicata a Duisburg nella seconda parte dell'atlante dello stesso cartografo, dal titolo "Italia, Sclavoniae et Graeciae tabula geographicae" nel 1589. Il nostro esemplare è tratto da "Atlas Sive Cosmographicae Meditationes de Fabrica Mundi", pubblicato dal 1606 al 1630. Bella carta di Abruzzo e Campania con elegante cartiglio. Buon esemplare piccoli restauri marginali (in basso alla piega centrale e all'angolo sup. destro). Koeman ME 35A, 63.

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        Taravisina marchia et Tirolis comitatus.

      Duisburg. [1589-1595]. Incisione su rame di dimensioni 35x42 cm. Carta raffigurante il Tirolo e parte dell?Italia nord-orientale. La nuova proiezione tramite cui il Mercator la realizza rappresenta un fondamentale passaggio evolutivo nella storia della cartografia; la carta stessa rimarrà a lungo un modello nella rappresentazione del territorio tirolese e verrà riproposta con la sua impostazione innovativa ma anche con i suoi errori e imprecisioni. Scheda bibliografica tratta da ?Il territorio trentino-tirolese nell?antica cartografia? di Gino Tomasi, scheda n. 18. Si vende in cornice. \r

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        Il Diamerone ove si ragiona della natura, e qualità de'sogni, e della perfettione, et eccellenza dell'amicitia humana. Al molto illustre, e rever.mo Mons.re il Sig. Alessandro Andreasi Vescovo di Mantova. Con indice copiosissimo delle cose più notabili.

      in Venetia, appresso Giorgio Angelieri, 1589. 1589 In-4° antico (202x145mm), pp. (28), 180, legatura coeva p. pergamena flessibile con titolo manoscritto anticamente al dorso. Al frontespizio, impresa tipografica incisa su legno con raffigurazione di un'anfora inclinata da cui cadono gocce su una pianta e sullo sfondo un paesaggio ed un sole radiante, il tutto entro cornice figurata con putti, cariatidi, grottesche e motto "A poco a poco". Testatine, capilettera e finalini istoriati xilograficamente; dedica a stampa al Vescovo di Mantova, Alessandro Andreasi. Seguono un indice bicolonne delle cose notabili, un'errata, un componimento latino di Ippolito Capilluti dedicato all'autore e due sonetti di Prospero Cattaneo dedicati ancora al Giambelli. Usuali bruniture e sparsi aloni, particolarmente diffusi alle pp. 150 e sgg., peraltro mai compromissivi del testo. Discreto esemplare nell'insieme. Terza edizione (dopo quelle del 1564 e del 1565) di questo singolare esempio della trattatistica rinascimentale italiana, in cui la discussione, come evincibile dal titolo, si dipana nell'arco di due giorni. Nella prima giornata gli interlocutori discorrono intorno alla natura e qualità dei sogni, con ampi riferimenti alle teorie espresse in proposito da Aristotele, Avicenna e Tommaso d'Aquino; il Giambelli affronta in ultimo la questione dell'oniromanzia, affermando che la vera interpretazione dei sogni è un dono di Dio, che elargisce le proprie grazie agli esseri umani secondo la propria volontà. La seconda giornata verte invece sull'amicizia e sull'amore, temi fra i più dibattuti dalla trattatistica della Rinascenza. Il Giambelli, letterato veronese (sono ignoti i suoi estremi di nascita e di morte), fu canonico regolare lateranense e membro dell'Accademia dei Solleciti di Treviso. Si devono ancora alla sua penna: Il ragionamento della dotta ignoranza, Ragionamento della forza e grandezza d'amore, e della morte, Il Rinaldi ouero Dialogo del paragone tra il verno e la state, Il Trattato dell'anima, Lettioni sopra l'oratione domenicale. STC Italian Books, 299. Durling, 253. Passano, Novellieri Italiani in prosa, p. 273. Catalogue des livres rares, curieux et singuliers de M. Scalini, Paris, 1859, p. 145, n. 1256. Manca all'Adams. Sul Giambelli, Maffei, Verona illustrata, passim.

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        Der Bücher und Schrifften/ des edlen/ hochgelehrten und bewehrten Philosophi und Medici, Philippi Theophrasti/ Paracelsi genannt: Jetze auffs new auss den Originalien/ und Theophrasti eigner Handschrifft/ souiel derselben zubekommen gewesen/ auffs trewlichst und fleissigst an tag geben: surch Iohannem Huserum Brisgoium churfürstlichen Cölnischen Rhat unnd Medicum.

      I-III. Basel, C. Waldkirch, 1589. 4:o. (20),426,(2) + 342,(2 blanka,56) + (8),420,(6) s. Titelsidorna tryckta i rött och svart. Med träsnittsporträtt av Paracelsus på det andra bladet i alla tre delarna och på det avslutande bladet i del II. Tre samtida mjuka pergamentbd med knytband och ngt flagnade titeletiketter i rött papper från 1800-talets början. Stänkta randigt mönstrade snitt. Små skador på ryggarna till del I och III. Försättsbladen i del III fuktskadade. I nyare stänkdekorerade kassetter med tryckta titeletiketter. Inlednings- och avslutningsvis med svag fuktfläck i yttre marginalen i del I. Svag fuktfläck i övre hörnet i del II. Del III fuktskadad i början. Löst bifogad liten handskriven lapp på tyska, sannolikt från 1600-talet. Samtida namnteckning på titelbladen. Med Gabriel Oxenstiernas och Anna Banérs svartpressade initialer och vapen på pärmarna samt årtalet 1632. Överst på ryggarna lappar med signum för det Rålambska biblioteket på Granhammar och likaledes på främre pärmarnas insidor, längst ned på ryggarna spår av tryckta nummeretiketter från början av 1900-talet. Med Thore Virgins namnteckningar daterade den 24 mars 1941, 16 juni 1941 respektive 12 augusti 1936 och uppgiften att han förvärvat del II av Eric Österlund samt Bibliotheca Qvarnforsianas stpl på försättsbladen. Saknar (104) s. i det avslutande registret i del III, vilka aldrig varit medbundna. Endast del I-III av totalt 10 delar.. VD16 P365, 367 och 369. Sudhoff Bibliographia Paracelsica 216-18. Gabriel Bengtsson Oxenstierna (1586-1656) var riksråd och riksskattmästare, gift med Anna Gustafsdotter Banér (1585-1656). Föreliggande volymers pärmstämplar överensstämmer med exempel 6 i Carlanders förteckning över olika varianter av Oxenstiernas pärmexlibris. Eric Österlund sålde en del böcker under hand ur det Rålambska biblioteket på Granhammar. Ytterligare en volym ur denna svit av verket tillhör Apotekaresocieten och finns på Hagströmerbiblioteket. Först i mitten av 1960-talet kom Granhammarbiblioteket ut på marknaden i sin helhet. Med utgångspunkt i Paracelsus tankegångar växte en ideströmning, paracelsismen, fram i Tyskland vid 1500-talets slut. Den fick även stor betydelse i Sverige, vilket behandlas i Sten Lindroths doktorsavhandling "Paracelsismen i Sverige till 1600-talets mitt" 1943

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        Corpus iuris civilis

      2 Bände, 7 Bll., 1750 Sp. und 16 Bll., 862 Sp., 587 Sp., 10 Bll., 110 Sp. Lederbände mit Rückenvergoldung über 4 Bünden. * 1: Pandectarum seu digestorum libri quinquagintam; 2: Codicis Dn. Iustiani libri XII, Authenticae, seu novellae constitutiones eiusdem Iustiniani CLXVIII, edicta eiusdem Iustiniani XIII, constitutiones aliquot Iustianiani Iustini & Tiberii ex libro Iuliani antecessoris, Leonis imperatoris novellae CXIII, constitutiones imperatoriae iuris orientalis, Canones Apostolorum, consuetudines feudorum, consuetudines Friderici II, extravagantes, liber de pace Constantiae, institutionum libri IIII. - Titelblatt im 1 Band fehlt; Farbausdruck des Exemplares der Universitätsbibliothek Basel 10.3931/e-rara-1822 beigelegt. Paginierfehler: 1: 232 (322), 337/338 (237/238), 368 (638), 935 (635), 1138 (1158), 1678 (1978), 1697/1698 (1657/1658), 1703-1706 (1963/1664/1665/1666), 1711-1714 (1671/1672/1673/1674), 1719-1722 (1679/1680/1681/1682), 1726/1687/1886/1727. - Spalten 377-444 fehlen! 2: Spalten 309-332 fehlen! Blatt Spalten 417-420 fehlt, stattdessen ist dort das Blatt Sp. 445-448 eingebunden, 669 (664), Blatt Sp. 857-860 fehlt. - 10.3931/e-rara-1822 kann als PDF heruntergeladen und Fehlendes von dort ergänzt werden. Institutionum seu elementorum d. iustiniani sacratissimi principis ist dort im 1. Band, hier im 2. Band eingebunden. - Lederbände berieben und bestossen, Rücken oben beschädigt, alte Besitzvrmerke auf den Vorsatzblättern weggeschnitten / ausgerissen, stellenweise kurze Unterstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand, etwas gebräunt und mit einigen Flecken, wenige kleine Fehlstellen ohne Textverlust; mit Textverlust, Band 1: Sp.26/27 (minim), 586/7, 590/1, 674/5 (je ca. 1 qcm / wenige Worte), 1561-1568 (unten max 2.5 cm), 1740-1745 (Rand, wenige Worte). Band 2: Sp. 262/3 fehlt fast ganz.

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        IL TESORO DELLA SANITA'. Nel quale s'insegna il modo di conservare la sanità e prolungare la vita et si tratta della natura de' cibi e de' rimedi de' nocumenti loro.

      Venezia, Andrea Muschio 1589 In 8vo, mm. 110 x 155h, cc.nn. 8 + pp. 328. Bella marca tipografica al frontespizio" Aquila e aquilotto in volo fissano il sole. Sullo sfondo paesaggio con castello. In cornice figurata, Motto: Sic crede." Legatura in cartone posteriore con titolo manoscritto al dorso. 1023162 2/3a (89)

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        Vaticinia, siue Prophetiae abbatis Ioachimi, & Anselmi episcopi Marsicani, cum imaginibus aere incisis, correctione, et pulcritudine, plurium manuscriptorum exemplarium opere, et uariarum imaginum tabulis, et delineationibus alijs antehac impressis longe praestantiora. Quibus rota, et oraculum Turcicum maxime considerationis adiecta sunt. Vna cum praefatione, et adnotationibus Paschalini Regiselmi. Vaticinii, ouero Profetie dell`abbate Gioachino, & di Anselmo vescouo di Marsico, con l`imagini intagliate in rame, di correttione, et uaghezza maggiore, che gl`altri sin hora stampati, per l`aggiuto [!] di molti exemplari ... A qualli è aggionta una ruota, et un`oracolo turchesco ... Insieme con la prefatione et annotationi di Pasqualino Regiselmo

      Venedig, Girolamo Porro, 1589.. Mit Kupfertitel und 34 (4 ganzs.) Kupfern von Porro. 69 Bll., 1 (von 2) w. Bl. HPrgt. des 18. Jhdt. Kl.-4°.

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        GIUOCO PIACEVOLE. Stampato la terza volta più corretto & migliorato da lui; con la giunta d?alcune sue Rime e d?un suo Ragionamento in lode delle Donne & d?alcune sue Lettere.

      In-8 p. (mm. 207x149), 4 operette in 1 tomo, legat. alle armi (di Vincenzo Gonzaga Duca di Mantova) in p. pelle inizi Seicento (con abras.), ricchiss. decoraz. oro ai piatti (quello poster. ha impresso al centro uno stemma differente), dorso a cordoni con decoraz. oro, tagli dorati. "Il giuoco piacevole", di 52 cc.num., porta silografato al frontesp. lo stemma di Vincenzo Gonzaga, cui è dedicata l?opera. (Segue) "Alcune Rime del Sig. Ascanio de? Mori da Ceno", 22 cc.num. (incluso frontesp.), con dedica al Signor Medico Cavallara, in data 1579. (Segue) "Ragionamento del Sig. Ascanio de? Mori da Ceno in lode delle donne", 9 cc.num. (incluso frontesp.), 1 c.nn. (Errata del ?Giuoco?), dedicato a Beatrice Brancaccia Castalda, Marchesa di Casciano, in data 1579. Unito: "Lettere del Signor Ascanio de? Mori da Ceno a diversi padroni et amici suoi" nuovamente date in luce. Mantova, per Francesco Osama, 1589, cc.nn. 6, pp.num. 174,(2), al frontesp. stemma di Vincenzo Gonzaga, cui è dedicata l?opera. Tutto il testo è ornato da fregi e grandi capilettera inc. su legno. "Terza edizione". ?Il mantovano Ascanio de? Mori (1533-1591) proveniva da una famiglia di piccola nobiltà, originaria di Ceno nel Bergamasco.. Sua prima opera fu il "Giuoco piacevole", pubblicato a Mantova nel 1575. E? la trascrizione di un gioco di società che si immagina svolto nell?ultima notte di carnevale del 1566 nella residenza di una nobildonna bresciana. La padrona di casa assegna a sorte 18 lettere dell?alfabeto ai partecipanti, 4 uomini e 5 donne della nobiltà cittadina e i giocatori devono utitlizzare la lettera dell?alfabeto per costruire un complicato racconto a temi obbligati.. Il "Giuoco", plasmato sulle mode e sulle esigenze delle corti, ebbe un buon successo di pubblico.. La seconda ediz. del 1580 fu ristampata con la giunta delle Rime e del Ragionamento sulle donne (libri che venivano venduti separatamente o legati assieme su richiesta)?. Così Diz. Biografico Italiani,LXXVI, p. 780. Cfr. Choix de Olschki,II,2610 per la prima ediz. del 1575 - Brunet,III,1904 - Adams,I, p. 757 - Short-Title Cat. British Library, p.449. Con arross. più o meno pesanti su ca. 25 cc. ma complessivam. un buon esemplare.

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         Vita di Giesu Christo Nostro redentore Scritta da Landolfo di Sassonia Dell' Ordine Certosino. Et nuouo tradotta do M. Francesco Sansovino

      Vinegia: Presso Altobello Salicato., 1589.. Very Good. Quarto Collation,[24][14]252+243pp, alternate pages numbered so (circa 1000 pages).160 text engravings.Text pages are complete as numbered which is quite rare in a book of this age.Bound in quarter calf, marble boards, raised bands, gilt title lettering and centre stamp tooling. Binding in good clean firm condition.Internally, no loose pages, some minor loss of margin on title, inner margin bound to tight with slight loss of a few letters. Some occasional light staining, some under or margin lining. But really text in very good clean condition. A very nice clean copy. 8938. A30

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