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        Petri Lindebergii Rostochensis Hedysmaton partes tres: nunc primum ab Auctore collectae; et in ordinem redactae. Accessit Ob argumenti affinitatem illustris viri et Domini Henrici Ranzovii Regis Danorum in Ducatibus vicarii in Heroes & viros quosdam Marte & arte clarissimos. Epigrammatum libellus, Qui nonnulla itidem, partim prosa, partim carmine con scripta ex Lauterbacii & aliis, de Cimbris (Hedysmaton, Partes tres).

      Hamburg, (Wolfs Erben) (Teil 1), Steinbach + Wolfs Erben (Teil 2)., 1592.. 8°, Ledereinband. [8] Bl., 224, (9) S.; 123 S., [10] Bl. Ganzledereinband mit Blindprägung. Einband berieben u. bestoßen, insgesamt gutes u. sehr seltenes Exemplar.

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        Kitab al-Ajurrumiya fi al-nahw.

      [Rom, Typographia Medicea, 1592].. 12 Bll., durchgehend in rot und schwarz gedruckt. Mod. Pergamentband. 4to. In maßgefertigtem intarsiertem Holzschuber.. Erste Ausgabe. Äußerst seltene kleine arabische Grammatik; verfaßt vom arabischen Grammatiker Muhammad ibn Muhammad Ibn Ajurrum (1273-1323) aus Marokko, gedruckt in der 1584 vom Kardinal Ferdinando I. de' Medici gegründeten Typographia Medicaea, die unter der Leitung eines Arabisten stand. - Leicht gebräunt. Breitrandiger Druck in großzügigem Satz von 13 Zeilen. - GAL S II, S. 332. BM-STC Italian 456. Adams M 1891 (beide unter Muhammad ibn Muhammad). Edit 16, CNCE 65819. Schnurrer 43. Nicht bei Smitskamp.

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        Corpus Juris Civilis

      Venice: Iuntas, 1592 This is a 5-volume set of the CJC: Vols. 1-3 contain the Digest, or Pandects (the middle section in Vol. 2 called "Infortiatum'); Vol. 4, the first nine books of the Codex or Code of Justinian; Vol. 5, the last three books of the Codex, followed by the Novellas or "Novels," Imperial laws post A.D. 539, various edicts and extravagantes of "other princes," the Consuetudines Feudorum, the Lombard Laws, various other legal commentaries and finally the fourth part of the CJC, the Institutes of Justinian. Text is accompanied by the customary medieval glosses, chiefly those of Accursius and Bartolus. These volumes may not beautify a bookshelf, but are suitable for the student or scholar who delights in the satisfaction of physically handling historical source material. Their condition varies. Vols. 3-5 were rebound in lighter colored vellum, and probably at a later date than Vols. 1 and 2. Except for Vol. 2, which has significant tears at bottom of backstrip and a loose front cover, the bindings are basically solid. Title pages of Vols. 3 and 4 are damaged but repaired (see photo). Leaves mostly lightly browned, some more heavily. Very little foxing. Water stains in parts of Vols. 2, 3, and 4. Worm holes in margins of Vols. 3 and 5, affecting almost no text. Small burn holes (from pipe or candle?) on col. 2078 of Vol. 4. Seller is happy to answer any questions. Shipping wgt. is about 28 lbs.. Fair. /No Jacket. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" Tall; 20 X 27.

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        Plutosofia. Nella quale si spiega l'arte della memoria, con altre cose notabili, pertinenti tanto alla memoria naturale, quanto all'artificiale. -

      In - 4. Legatura dell'800 in mezza pelle, titolo e fregi oro sul dorso. Una figura umana a piena pagina inc. in rame e 4 diagrammi a piena pagina inc. in legno n.t. (6), 64 ff.; antica nota di possesso sul frontespizio; qualche fioritura. Seconda edizione (prima: 1592) dell?importante trattato dello scrittore calabrese, professore a Roma e a Padova, in cui sono raccolte 20 lezioni di mnemotecnica tenute a Palermo (nell?ultima esamina come dimenticare esperienze spiacevoli o traumatiche). ?Si tratta di una compilazione ispirata ad Aristotele e Quintiliano, e alla vasta pubblicistica cinquecentesca in materia (tra gli altri Lodovico Dolce e Giovan Battista Della Porta), privata dei riferimenti all'astrologia e alla medicina? (DBI 53, p.486). Interessante è la figura umana numerata (nella prima edizione era incisa in legno), ritenuta dall?autore un modello mnemonico più adatto per imparare e ricordare invece delle strutture immaginarie utilizzate da altri scrittori. Wellcome 2819. Young, Memory, 128. Yates, Art of Memory, p.165. Second edition. The work comprises 20 lessons on mnemonics (the last one suggesting how to best forget unpleasant experiences). With 4 full - page diagrams and an engraved full - page anatomical figure of a man accompanied by numbers. ?Instead of using words or letters of the alphabet, the author proposes a series of forty - two numbers attached to individual parts of the body... As a mnemonic model, the body has an advantage over imaginary structures as a site always available for reference in uniting numbers with places? (Claire Richter Sherman, Memory and Knowledge in Early Modern Europe, p.156). 19th century half calf; old name on title and some light foxing.

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        10 gravures ens.

      XVIIeme s.,. 10 eaux-fortes (9 vues + 1 titre grave), 5 gravures collees sur papier, sous passepartout (25 x 35 cm) + 5 gravures dans pochette,. 1) Paysage italien (10 x 24.5 cm) / 2) Bataille navale (10 x 25 cm) / 3) Bataille navale (12.5 x 25 cm). D'apres Jacques Callot (1592-1635): 4) Embarquement des commercants (11.5 x 25 cm) / 5) Le Grand Rocher (11 x 24.5 cm). Gravures tirees du 'Livre de paisages faicts sur le naturelle': 6) Titre (6 x 13 cm) / 7) Fasade de Sainct Piere Montor (5.5 x 11 cm) / 8) Veüe de Sainct Jean des Paules (5.5 x 11.5 cm) / 9) Vue de Sainct Jean des Florentins (5.5 x 11 cm) / 10) Vue du Campo Vacine (5.5 x 11.5 cm).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage.

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      Paolo Megietti, Venetia 1592 - Cartas al rey catolico y a los personajes mas importantes de su tiempo. EX-LIBRIS CANOVAS DEL CASTILLO. MAGNIFICO EJEMPLAR "Lettere di Giuliano Goselini, Secretario quiá di D. Ferrante Gonzaga in Milano. Poi del Ré Catholico, apresso gli altri Governatori, & Capitani General¡ in questo stato, & in Italia. All Illustriss Sigg. D. Luigi di Castiglia.". Grabado. En 8º, pergamino original, 6 h., h. blancas, 215 folios. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Progymnasmatum Latinitatis, sive Dialogorum. Volumen primum, cum Annotationibus. De Rebus Literariis. Editio tertia, denuo recognita et aucta. Voces plurimae ex vulgari Germanorum, in Gallicam linguam traductae.

      Lyon, Bartholomé Vincent, 1592. - in-8. 16ff. 431pp. Vélin souple de l'époque. Cet ouvrage classique de pédagogie traite de nombreux sujets, sous forme de dialogues. Il comprend à l'origine plusieurs parties qui furent publiées à Ingolstadt de 1588 à 1594 avant d'être réimprimées, souvent séparément, à travers toute l'Europe. La présente édition lyonnaise, fort rare, reprend la première partie de l'ouvrage, contenant des règles de conduite et des préceptes de l'art d'écrire. Traces de mouillures aux premiers feuillets, diverses traces de manipulation. Manque au Catalogue de la Bibliothèque Nationale qui ne cite aucune édition du 16e siècle (cf. Opale Plus). Manque au N.U.C.

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        Chinese Literature Chronicle: Song. Liao and Jin (Set 3 Volumes) (Hardcover)(Chinese Edition)(Old-Used) ZHONG GUO WEN XUE BIAN NIAN SHI : SONG LIAO JIN JUAN ( SHANG ZHONG XIA ) ( JING ZHUANG )

      Hunan People s Publishing House; 1 edition (Septem. hardcover. New. Ship out in 2 business day, And Fast shipping, Free Tracking number will be provided after the shipment.Hardcover. Pages Number: 1592 Publisher: Hunan People s Publishing House; 1st Edition (200 Satisfaction guaranteed,or money back.

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        De re militari libri quatuor post omnes omnium editiones, ope veterum librorum correcti, a Godescalco Stewechio Heusdano ; accesserunt Sex. IulI Frontini Strategematôn libri quatuor: Aelianus De instruendis aciebus: Modestus De vocabulis rei militaris: Castrametatio Romanorum ex historiis Polybii. ; accessit seorsum eiusdem G. StewechI in Fl. Vegetium Commentarius. ; Adiuncta eiusdem G. StewechI & Francisci ModI, in Iul. Frontinum coniectanea, & notae

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex officina Plantiniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1592. Second Plantin edition (first was 1585). Printer's device on title page, woodcut diagram of a roman encampment on folded leaf, and 51 woodcuts in the text (machinery, battlements, weapons, etc.). [16], 320; [16], 480, [31] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Contemporary vellum, slightly soiled and bowed. First 150 pp. affected by slight worming. Second Plantin edition (first was 1585). Printer's device on title page, woodcut diagram of a roman encampment on folded leaf, and 51 woodcuts in the text (machinery, battlements, weapons, etc.). [16], 320; [16], 480, [31] pp. 1 vols. 8vo. Plantin Vegetius, 1592. Magnificent edition of the classic by Vegetius, the fourth-century Roman military writer of whose personal life little is known, but whose book DE RE MILITARI has been constantly reprinted and translated into every modern language, has proved to be a primary source of our knowledge of Roman warfare. It contains 5 books: the first is on Recruits and Recruitment; the second, on the organization of the Legions (the Roman infantry); the third, treats of the operations of an army in the middle of a campaign; the fourth, on attacking and defending fortifications; and the fifth, on naval tactics. This edition, printed by the famous Plantin press, with their printer's device on the title page, was edited by the scholar Godescalcus Stewechius and is one of the earliest editions to contain a commentary on Vegetius, along with a discussion of the editor's sources. Equally important to the edition, however, are the illustrations, which have contributed greatly to a general picture of the Roman army.

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        Bekandtnis und Rechenschafft von den Heuptpuncten deß Christlichen Glaubens / welche vom Author / kurz für seinem ende / von newem ubersehen / gemehret / Corrigiert / und jetzt wider getruckt worden. [Caspar Schwenckfeldt]. - [Herausgegeben von Daniel Sudermann].

      Ohne Ort [Straßburg oder Hagenau] und Verlag 1592.. (8), 81 Blätter. 8° (17,5 - 22,5 cm). Pergamentband der Zeit. [Hardcover / fest gebunden].. Titelblatt in Rot- und Schwarzdruck. - Einband leicht berieben und teils etwas braunfleckig. Fehlstelle am oberen Kapital. Seitenränder leicht gebräunt mit teils kleineren Feuchtigkeitsspuren (leichte bräunliche Wasserränder). Hinteres fliegendes Vorsatzblatt mit größerem bräunlich-schwarzem Tintenfleck; kleinere Flecken auch auf Spiegel abgefärbt. - Gut erhaltenes Exemplar. - Selten. - VD16 S 4878. - Nicht bei Knaake, Jackson und Kuczynski. - Caspar Schwenckfeldt (1489-1561), der sich bereits 1517 der Reformation angeschlossen hatte, wandte sich bald einer mystischen, durch angeblich göttliche Eingebungen bestimmten Lehre zu und brach mit Luther und Melanchton. Seine zahlreichen Anhänger, Schwenckfeldianer genannt, wurden zum Teil von Zinzendorf in dessen Brüdergemeinde aufgenommen, als sie vor dem Druck der Jesuiten flohen, oder wanderten im 18. Jahrhundert nach Amerika aus. - Posthume Ausgabe, für die Herausgeberschaft zeichnet der Spiritualist Sudermann verantwortlich.

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        Le Courte leete & Court Baron

      Richardi Totelli, 1592 pp [1] + [2] + [2] + [17] + 578 + [5] Rebound in full leather with most of surface of original cover relaid ; later label. Text block sound subject to being a little cropped with slight impact to a small proportion of page headings; some browning to first and last few leaves. Full-Leather. Good/Very Good. 16mo - over 5¾" - 6¾" tall.

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        Pancharis. [Ensemble] Imitations tirées du latin de Jean Bonnefons avec autres amours et [...]

      L?édition originale de Pancharis est de 1587, et celle des Imitations de 1588. Les deux oeuvres seront rééditées respectivement en 1592 et 1593. On trouve différentes éditions à la même date chez d?autres éditeurs, notamment à Lyon. Alors que la BN de France possède l?édition des Imitations, son catalogue ne semble pas contenir le Pancharis. La British possède l?édition Lyonnaise de 1588 et de 1592. Collation conforme, bien qu?on ne trouve pas de feuillet de fin, et que le dernier feuillet se termine en bas de page sur un poème. Plein Velin rigide d?époque. Dos lisse. Titre à la plume. Jean Bonnefons (1554-1614) fut un poète latin de Clermont. Il était lieutenant général du baillage de Bar sur seine. Il eut un succès certain de son temps , ses contemporains l?ont comparé à Catulle. Gilles Durant (1544-1615), sieur de la Bergerie, était lui-même de Clermont en Auvergne, Il fut avocat au parlement de Paris et poète. Il est l?un des auteur de la Satire Ménippée. Apud Claudium Montroeil & joanem Richer. Turoni (Tours) 1592. 1593 in 12 (8x13cm) 36 ff. et 144ff. relié

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        Asia. "Asiae Nova Descriptio

      Asia: Antverpiæ"/Antwerp.. "In Officiana Plantiana" . Plantijn, Christoffel. 1592. Copper engraved map of the continent of Asia from Ortelius' "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" 1592 edition; modern hand colour; Latin text to verso. Decorative title cartouche.and sailing ships to sea. The map is the new plate published from 1575, it has the lower case 'farfana' and the town 'Ara' above 'Aden' has disappeared. An interesting map of Asia with many topical pieces of information inserted, such as middle right: Hic Rhabarbarû tanta copia prouenit vt hinc ad omnes orbis partes vehatur :"Here one finds medicinal rhubarb in such quantities that it is exported to all parts of the world."; upper right: Hic vasa porcellinæ dicta finguntur: "Here vases of so-called porcelain are made."; upper right: Pons marmoreus 300 paß: "Here is a bridge made of marble, 300 strides long."; upper right: Vrbs Quinsai habet vt M.P.Venetus refert 100 mill. paß: in circuitu habetq. 12000 pontes: "The city of Quinsai, according to Mr. P. Venetus, is 100 miles in circumference, and has 12000 bridges." Good impression: paper evenly toned; some very light spoting Abraham Ortelius,[ 1527-1598] Flemish Cartographer . produced the first modern Atlas "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum" in 1570. printed by Aegidus Coppen Diest. There were numerous editions thereafter with texts in various languages; the printing of such was taken over by Chrstoffel Plantijn in 1579 . Ortelius himself drew all the maps in manuscript before passing them to the printers. there is conjecture that he may have engraved some of the plates as well The 1595 Latin text edition is the most complete produced during his lifetime, containing all the maps of the 1593 edition plus those of the the"Additamentum" and the"Pareragon" or Ancient geography. The " Additamenta" were supplements to the original Atlas; at the same time Ortelius replaced some maps with new ones showing the same place; some plates were also reworked . Ortelius was Geographer Royal To Phillip II of Spain from 1575. He also worked closely with Braun & Hogenburg on the "Civitas Orbis Terarum". After his death the plates were purchased by Jan Baptiste Vrients in 1601 who published further editions until 1612. Koeman: Ort27/3 ; Van den Broecke: Ort 7; van der Krogt AN: 8000:31B Asia Asia as Continent

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        Practica Iudiciaria [Judiciaria] Super Cap Quoniam, De probationibus.

      1592 - Notable Sixteenth-Century Treatise on Trial Practice Oriano, Lanfranco da [d. 1488]. Vadi, Benedetto [16th. c.], Annotator. Descousu, Celser-Hugues [b. 1480], Annotator. Practica Iudiciaria Super Cap. Quoniam, De Probationibus, Lanfranci de Oriano I.C. Praeclarissimi: Insertis Benedicti Vadii & Celsi Hugonis Annotationibus. Accesserunt in hac Editione Reliqua Omnia Auctoris Opuscula, Quae de Iure Fecit, Quorum Catalogum Sequens Indicat Pagina. Omnibus Iudicibus, Advocatis, Notariis, Aliisque Practicae Oppido Quam Necessaria. Praeter Diligentem Recognitionem, Accesserunt Summaria, & Index Copiosus. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1592. [xxxvi], 829 [i.e. 831], [1] pp. Octavo (6-1/2" x 4"). Later vellum with lapped edges. Light rubbing and soiling, corners and spine ends bumped, vellum beginning to crack through rear pastedown. Woodcut decorated initials. Light toning to text, spark burns to a few leaves, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. A well-preserved copy. * Later edition. Based on the lecture notes of a law professor from the University of Padua, this treatise discusses trial practice, both civil and criminal, in Roman and canon law. This work was published posthumously in 1513. Well received, it went through numerous editions and issues in the sixteenth century and a final edition in 1673. All are scarce, however, in North America. For example, OCLC locates 1 copy of the 1592 imprint (at UC-Berkeley Law School). Adams, Catalogue of Books Printed on the Continent of Europe, 1501-1600 O263.

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        (Emblemata nobilitati et vulgo scitu digna: singulis historijs symbola adscripta & elegantes versus historiam explicantes... Stam und Wapenbuchlein: wolgestelte und kunstliche Figurn, sampt deren poetischen Erklärung, auch von Adels Ankunfft beid fur Adels Person, und allerhandt Standt. Frankfurt a. M. 1592). Quer 8°. 13 (v.16 ) Bll., mit 1 (v.2) ganzs. Textkupfer, 13 (v.21) emblemat. Kupfertafeln u. 82 (2 als Spiegel, einige wdh.) Wappenkupfern, flex. Prgt. d. Zt.

      . . VD16 B 8817 - Praz 289 - Landwehr, German Emblem Books 152.- Erste Ausgabe des überaus seltenen "Wappen- und Stammbüchleins" von Theodor de Bry, mit fein gestochenen Sitten- und Sinnbildern sowie schönen Kartuschen, Umrahmungen und Wappenschildern, die zum Einmalen von Wappen vorgesehen waren, teils mit Figuren (meist Landsknechte).- Die Kollationsangaben in den Bibliographien sind sehr unterschiedlich, da offenbar jedes Stammbuch individuell zusammengestellt wurde. Von den Emblemkupfern liegen hier die Nummern A, 2, 3, 5, 6, 8, 11, 14, 16, 17, 19, 20 u. 21 vor.- Es fehlt der gest. Titel u. 1 Textkupfer, meist etw. finger- u. braunfleckig, Ebd. wellig u. fleckig.# Very rare first edition of the de Bry's emblem book, in which the emblems are used as ornaments for Alba amicorum, only a handful copies are known. The contents of recorded copies varies in the number of plates.- Our album has 95 plates in all.- It lacks the engraved title and 2 text leaves with 1 copper engraving, brownspotted and fingerstained.

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        Der Achte Teil aller Schriften

      Jena: Tobiam Steinman, 1592 Martin Luther, Der Achte Teil aller Schriften, Jena 1600, Tobiam Steinman Original cream blind stamped full leather over wooden boards, five raised bands, one claps missing. Complete and in very good clean condition. Book size 33cm X 22cm. Text in German.

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        De re militari libri quatuor; post omnes omnium editiones, opeveterum librorum correcti, a Godescalco Stewechio heusdano. Accesserunt Julii Frontini strategematon libri quatuor: Aelianus de instruendis aciebus: Modestus de vocabulis rei militaris: castramentatio romanorum ex historiis Polybii. Accessit seorsum eiusdem G. Stewechi in Fl. Vegetium commentarius. Adiuncta ejusdem G; Stewechi et Francisci Modi in Iulium Frontinum conjectanea et notae.

      Leiden, Ex Officina Plantiniana 1592.. 8°. 8 Bll., 320 S.; 8 Bll., 480 S., 16 Bll. mit 2 Holzschn.-Druckermarken, 1 gefalt. Tab. 51 teilweise ganzs. Textholzschnitten. Blindgeprägter Ledereinband d. Zt. a. 4 Bünden. (Einband etw. berieben und best., mehrere Besitzereinträge von alter Hand auf Vorsatz und Titel, sonst sehr gut). Auflage:0. Vegetius (Publius Flavius Vegetius Renatus), bekannter Kriegstheoretiker des ausgehenden 4. Jahrhunderts. Von seinem Leben, seinem Werdegang und über seine militärischen Erfahrungen ist wenig bekannt. In antiken Quellen wird er vir illustris und comes genannt, daher gehörte er dem hohen römischen Reichsadel an. Das vorliegende Werk mit dem Kommentar des niederländischen Gelehrten für Geschichte und römische Altertümer Godescalcus Stewechius (1551-1586) ist der vierte Teil des Gesamtwerkes, das Buch zur Belagerungstechnik. Es gehörte bis in die Neuzeit zu den wichtigsten Werken zu diesem Thema, da es die beste diesbezügliche Beschreibung für die Zeit der Spätantike darstellt, die bis ins Mittelalter wirkte.

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        LEVINI LEMNII / Occulta naturae miracula. Wunderbarliche Geheimnisse der Natur in des Menschen leibe vnd Seel / auch in vielen andern natürlichen dingen / als Steinen / Ertzt / Gewechs vnd Thieren. Allen frommen Haußwirthen [...] / guten Hausärtzten / liebhabern vnd gemeinem Vaterland zum besten / nicht allein aus dem Latein in Deutsche Sprach gebracht / Sondern auch zum dritten mal vermehret / vnd eines grossen theils von / newes selbs geschrieben / Durch IACOBVM HORSTIVM der freyen Künst vnd Artzney Doctorem.

      Leipzig, Bey Michael Lantzenberger, In verlegung Valentin Vögelin, 1592.. 5 Bll. (Titel in Rot- u. Schwarz mit einer Holzschnittvignette), 629 [recte 627] S., 14 Bll. (Register), 1 Bl. (Druckvermerk) [so. kmpl.], 8°, Pergamentband d. Zt. mit drei Bünden. VD 16, L 1118; Vgl. Rosenthal 2962; Ackermann I/555; Grässe S.112 (alle zur erw. Ausgabe von 1593). - Levin Lemnius (1505-1568) gilt als der bedeutende Hygieniker seines Jahrhunderts. Vorliegend die vollständigen ersten 4 Bücher mit Register. Die im Inhaltsverzeichnis angekündigten 6 weiteren Bücher sind hier nicht mit enthalten u. erschienen separat. - "Das Erste Buch. Eine ermannung / zu anstellung des aller besten lebens jedes menschen." (u.a. über: Des alles besten lebens des menschen, Zeuberey, Haußhaltung, Der guten tugendt und der bösen laster lohn, Alle gespenste der böse geister vertreiben, Ob kreuter und Edelsteine auch eine krafft haben wieder die bösen geister und andere schedliche ding). - "Das Andere Buch / Von vielerley nötigen lehren / beyde der natürlichen kunst / Phssicae genandt / so wol auch der artzney kunst / Medicinae, welche in gemein jedem vorstendigen Menschen zuwissen von nöten sein." (u.a. über: Wozu die naturkündigung vieler unnd mancherlei geheimnissen der natur diene und nütze, Was die recht Medicin oder artzney ist). - "Das Dritte Buch / Von mancherley exempel der Natürlichen und artzneykunst / in Sendbrieffen der alten gelehrten und etlichen rathschlegen zu unsern zeiten / vornemen Herrn und Stenden mitgetheilet." (ausführlich über: Hippocrates). - "Das Vierde Buch / Von mancherley exempel der Natürlichen und artzneykunst / in Sendbrieffen unserer gelehrten / unnd in etlichen Rathschlegen zu unsern zeiten / vornemen Herrn und Stenden mitgetheilet." (u.a. über: Antimonij giffti und schadet, Der rechte brauch der Theophrastischen artzney, Bericht von den wechseltagen / auch Monden und Jahren / criticis oder climactericis genannt, Vom Weinstock und seinen früchten, Rahtschlag von bösen und gute Artzen zu unterscheiden). - Einband fleckig, bestossen u. tlw. etwas aufgeworfen; Deckel mit handschriftl. Vermerk "PPPZ 1630"; Buchschliessen fehlen; Vorsatz vorne fehlt; tlw. stärker gebräunt u. braunfleckig; S.147/148 mit Einriß u. kl. Buchstabenverlust; sehr seltene Anstreichungen u. kl. Marginalien von alter Hand; gegen Ende an der Stehkante u. Ecke mit schwachem Wasserrand; letzte Blätter im Bund mit Fleck u. kl. Wurmloch, sonst ein gutes Expl. in kräftigem Druck.

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        HISTORIA DELL'ANTICHITA' DI MILANO, DIVISA IN QUATTRO LIBRI Nella quale si racconta brevemente & con bell'ordine da quante nationi questa Città è stata signoreggiata, dal principio della sua fondatione sino l'anno presente MDXCI.

      Venetia, appresso i Guerra, 1592. In-8 p. (mm. 220x160), p. pergam. molle coeva (dorso ben restaur., risg. rifatti), 46 cc.nn., 710 pp.num. (manca l'ultima c.b.), marca tipografica al frontespizio, con due ritratti del Padre Morigia, nel t.; ornato da testate e grandi iniz. figur. a vignetta, tutto inc. su legno. Nell'opera anche "E chi primieramente diede il 'Battesimo' a' Milanesi, col numero degli Arcivescovi, Santi, Chiese, Monasterij, discipline, case pie, & scuole. Con l'antichità e nobiltà di molte famiglie & huomini illustri, così nell'armi, come nelle lettere & altre professioni; insieme con altre cose degne di memoria, avenute non solo in questa città, ma anco in diverse parti del mondo, di tempo in tempo". "Prima edizione" di quest?'opera di grande importanza per la storia di Milano. Il cap. LX del libro I (pp. 289 e segg.) è interamente dedicato ai ?"pittori e scultori milanesi, che sono stati rari in quella professione?", ma l?'A. ricorda anche i miniatori, gli architetti e ?"i virtuosi nell?'arte del disegno?". Cfr. Cicognara,4243 - Adams,I, p. 786 - Predari, p. 165 - Argelati,II,966 - Lozzi,I,2652 in Nota - Villa "Bibliogr. Guide di Milano",8: "E' un'opera essenzialmente storica, ma qua e là vi si trovano anche descrizioni di luoghi, Monasteri, ecc.; per le Chiese l'autore accenna a quanto di prezioso è in esse contenuto". Leggerm. corto del margine sup., con qualche lieve e uniforme arross., ma certam. un buon esemplare.

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        Giardino di Agricoltura di Marco Bussato da Ravenna. Nel Quale Con Bellissimo Ordine si Tratta di Tutto Quello, Che S'Appartiene a Sapere a un Perfetto Giardiniero

      Giovanni Fiorina, Venice 1592 - Early vellum, worn and stained. Lacking first blank and A1 (the first text page but otherwise complete). [4 leaves], 52 (of 53) leaves, 4pp table, 2 blank leaves. Rear blanks are worn. Light dampstains throughout, heavier in spots, but not obscuring any text or illustration. Wear and short tears in the margins to the early pages. 20 woodcuts, mostly of grafting methods (one plate repeated 3 times), and 12 vignette illustrations of the months. A passable copy of a rare and important gardening work. Graesse I 581, Brunet 6466. There were editions in 1593, 1612 and 1781. Size: Quarto (4to). Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Category: Gardening; Antiquarian & Rare. Inventory No: 041984. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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      ROMA: APPRESSO GUGLIELMO FACIOTTO, 1592. In 4. Dim. 33x23,5 cm. Pp. (28)+318+(38)+6. Raro esemplare del 1592, prima edizione italiana, di questo importante trattato di numismatica di Don Antonio Agustin (1517-1586), storico umanista spagnolo. L'opera venne pubblicata per la prima volta in spagnolo nel 1575. Ebbe molto successo, tanto che ad essa seguirono le edizioni italiane del 1592, 1625, 1648, 1650, 1736. L'opera è suddivisa in dialoghi tra l'autore e due ipotetici interlocutori. Le prime edizioni italiane contenevano undici dialoghi, l'opera venne poi arricchita di un dodicesimo dialogo e della vita dell'autore. Il nostro esemplare risulta completo di tutte le pagine editorialmente presenti nella prima edizione del 1592 ((12)+300+(32)+6) ma in più sono stati aggiunti dopo le prime 12 carte due quarterni (otto carte) tratte dall'edizione del 1736 che contengono la vita di Don Antonio Agostini, la bibliografia, note e indice e alla fine degli undici dialoghi il dodicesimo dialogo e le sei carte finali dell'edizione del 1736. I dialoghi descrivono le medaglie e quali tra di esse sono monete, i rovesci delle medaglie in particolare quelle che raffigurano virtù e Dei, provincie città e fiumi, edifici, animali, medaglie dell'Africa, Francia e Spagna, medaglie della provincia di Tarracona, della Betica e della Lusitania, iscrizioni, medaglie e iscrizioni false, le antichità romane scolpite nelle medaglie e della antica religione e Dei de Gentili. Dopo il fascicolo aggiunto del 1736 (dodicesimo dialogo e sei carte) è presente l'indice e un'aggiunta su una medaglia di Costantino che al colophon riporta "In Roma, appresso gli stampatori camerali". Il testo è impreziosito da quasi 1300 incisioni di medaglie e monete e 14 incisioni che rappresentano la misura delle medaglie, raffigurazione del Nilo, diversi archi di Roma tra i quali Arco Trionfale, Arco di Costantino, Arco di Portogallo). Bellissimo frontespizio allegorico racchiuso entro cornice architettonica. Legatura ottocentesca in mezza pergamena. Note scritte a penna alla prima pagina di sguardia. Esemplare in buone condizioni. Non comune. Copertina in mezza pergamena ottocentesca con titolo su tassello in pelle al dorso in buone condizioni generali con lievi usure ai margini e dorso. Legatura in buone condizioni a parte le prime 10 carte allentate. All'interno le pagine si presentano in buone condizioni con rare fioriture e qualche brunitura. Alcuni segni di restauro: all'occhietto del dodicesimo dialogo, al margine inferiore dalla carta Rr dell'indice sino alla fine del volume. Restauro al margine destro dell'ultima carta 6 e segno di tarlo senza perdita di testo. Buchino di 1 cm a pag. 175 con perdita di testo. Tarlo alle prime 6 carte dell'indice. The work was published for the first time in spanish language in 1575. The work had a great success, so much that followed the italian edition of 1592, 1625, 1648, 1650, 1736. The work is divided into dialogues between the author and two hypothetical persons The first italian editions contained eleven dialogues, the work was then enriched of another dialogue number twelve and the life of the author Our copy is editoriarly complete of all pages in the first edition of 1592 ((12)+300+(32)+6) but there is an adding after the first twelve papers of eight papers taken from the edition of 1736 containing the life of Don Antonio Agostini, the bibliography, notes and index and at the end of the eleven dialogues the dialogue number twelve and the six final papers of the edition of 1736. The dialogues describe medals and which between them are coins, the reverse of medals in particular those with virtues and gods, provinces cities and rivers, buildings, animals, medals of Africa, France and Spain, medals of the province of Tarracona, of Betica and of Lusitania, inscriptions, medals and false inscriptions, roman antiquities in medals and of ancient religion and of Dei de Gentili. After the adding part of 1736 (dialogue n. 12 and 6 papers) there is the index and an adding about a medal of Constaintine which at the colophon tells "In Roma, appresso gli stampatori camerali" The text is enriched by 1300 engravings of medals and coins and 14 engravings represent Nile, different archs of Rome between them Arco Trionfale, Arco di Costantino, Arco di Portogallo). Very beautiufl allegorical title page in an architectural frame. Half parchment cover of the XIX century Notes written with pen in the first endpape Copy in good condition Not common work. Half parchment cover of the XIX century with spine title leather label in good general conditions slightly worn in the edges and spine. Binding in good conditions apart for the first 10 pages slow. Inside pages are in good conditions with occasional foxings and some yellowings. Some restauration signs: in the title page of dialogues n. 12, in the lower edge of page Rr of the index until the end of the volume. Restauration in the right edge of the last page 6 eand worming with no loss of text. Little hole of 1 cm in pag. 175 with loss of text. Worming in the first 6 pages in the index.

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      Officina Birckmannica, Sumtibus Arnoldi MyliiColoniae. Pasta española. 1592. 9h+780Pág+2h. 18X12. Griego y Latín. Completo. Nuevo Testamento bilingüe del siglo XVI muy raro. Magnífico ejemplar. Ref 2.2 Biblioteca A.

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      - Historia de las Guerras Civiles de los Romanos de Apoano Alexandrino historiador eloquentissimo. Y traduzida de Latín en lengua Castellana, por el Doctor Jayme Bartholomé Canónigo de la Cathedral Iglesia de Urgel.- Impresso en Barcelona, En casa Sebastián de Cormellas, 1592; en 8º mayor plena piel del XIX cortes pintados, 8 hojas de preliminares incluida portada, 207 folios y 1 hoja con colofón y escudo del impresor. Buen ejemplar, muy limpio. Palau nº 13812.

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      Officina Birckmannica, Sumtibus Arnoldi Mylii Coloniae. Pasta española. 1592. 9h+780Pág+2h. 18X12. Griego y Latín. Completo. Nuevo Testamento bilingüe del siglo XVI muy raro. Magnífico ejemplar. Ref 2.2 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgio Hoefnagelii.

      Frankfurt, 1592. (165 x 220mm). 45 of 52 engraved plates. Loose sheets preserved in a plastic portfolio. A large portion of the first state. A beautiful and influential pattern book, one of the principal sources of seventeenth century still life painting. This work was engraved by the teenaged Jacob Hoefnagel (1573-1635), court painter to Emperor Rudolf II of Prague from 1602, under the supervision of his father Joris (1542-1601), last of the great Flemish miniaturists and manuscript illuminators./The title reads: "Archetype and verses by Joris Hoefnagel, his father, are presented, engraved in copper under the guidance of his genius and communicated in friendship to all lovers of the Muses by his son Jacob". Originally it was issued both in portfolio and as a bound volume and published in the imperial city of Frankfurt-am-Main, where Joris moved with his son in 1591 to escape religious persecution as a Calvinist in his native Antwerp. It was aimed to advertise his son's talents although this was the last time Jacob features as an engraver; he was trained and practiced as a painter./The complete work is divided into four parts, each containing an engraved title and twelve engraved plates illustrating natural history specimens, many of these reproduced for the first time. Jacob Hoefnagel drew from his father's small-scale cabinet miniatures and principally from a painted model book (which has not survived) which Joris Hoefnagel used for the illumination of some highly important manuscripts, especially those for Emperor Rudolf II at Prague./Joris Hoefnagel did not observe all his specimens from life and prototypes have been found for many (like the stag beetle from Dürer) but the majority of his images of plants and insects were done 'ad vivum'. The plates are arranged as if the specimens were items from a cabinet of natural curiosities or a 'Kunstkammer' like that of Rudolf II at Prague with its special focus on the microcosm and the world of small creatures. Many specimens are drawn to scale and each is combined into a composition that fills the entire printed area to form a pattern. They are viewed as if seen on a flat surface from above, often casting a shadow, with flowers attached to the left and right of the frame itself and therefore upright./There is a strongly religious content to the ensemble: a butterfly soaring upward from a pupa here becomes a symbol of the resurrection while the stag-beetle is to be interpreted as an image of Christ, for (according to tradition) it did not reproduce sexually. The whole work therefore is dedicated to the glorification of God in his smallest creatures: He is the 'Archetypa' at the centre of the whole work. Thea Vignau-Wilberg, in her fundamental work on the 'Archetypa' lists only twelve known sets of the first edition. "The 'Achetypa' was the first printed work to contain realistic representations of insects. Hoefnagel's engravings are in sharp contrast to the relatively stylised illustrations of previous publications and show many more details than the woodcuts in Aldrovandi's 'De insectis' which appeared ten years later" (E. Jorink. Reading the book of Nature in the Dutch Golden Age, 1575-1715 p. 191). //The set lacks: Pars I engraved title and plate 11, Pars II plate 9, Pars III plate 2 and Pars IV plates 10, 11 and 12. 21 plates are in fine condition, the others have minor paper repair or damage and 4 have more significant damage to the plates.//J. Hoefnagel: 'Archetypa Studiaque Patris Georgii Hoefnagelii 1592: Nature Poetry and Science in Art around 1600', Munich, 1994 (ed. T. Vignau-Wilberg).//BL STC p. 408; VD 16 H 4035 (Münich Staatsbibliothek); N.U.C. only lists an imperfect copy at Medical Center Library, Kansas City); Nissen 1954; BN Dép. Est. J B72.

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        Le Court Leete & Court Baron Collect Per Iohn Kitchin De Graies Inne... Et Les Cases Et Matters Necessaries Pur Seneschals De Ceux Courts a Scier & Pur Les Students De Les Measons De Chauncerie [bound with] Retorna Breurum

      Richardi Tottelli. 1592. Hardcover. Rebound with remains of old covers and spine relaid, new spine label bearing gilt titles, some browning and spotting to first and last leaves, minor marginal chipping to title and upper outer corners of first few leaves not affecting text, some old ink underscoring and marginalia, close trimmed at upper margin shaving running heads in second half of volume, 'Retorna Breurum' with separate dated title page but foliation and register continous. Foliation [12] 289 [3], collation: A-A8 *4 A-Oo4. John Kitchin was a legal writer and was admitted to Gray's Inn in 1544 and called to the bar in 1547. Nothing is known of his life before this and he is most famous for his two works, 'Le Court Leete...' and 'Retourna Brevium...' first published in 1580 & 1581 respectively. While their content is drawn from records previously available in manuscript form, Kitchin reconstituted them with exposition under alphabetical headings that gathered together a great deal of learning from the year-books and later case law. His aim in this was to improve the knowledge of law students but he also expressed the desire to see manorial courts run by properly trained lawyers rather than the stewards who were merely the ‘servants’ of the lords and ‘ignorant in the law’. In this he was seeking to bring these courts under a broader and more uniform framework of Royal, as opposed to seigneurial, justice. These two works would continue be republished throughout the 17th century. , 8vo .

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      Officina Birckmannica, Sumtibus Arnoldi Mylii Coloniae. Pasta española. 1592. 9h+780Pág+2h. 18X12. Griego y Latín. Completo. Nuevo Testamento bilingüe del siglo XVI muy raro. Magnífico ejemplar. Ref 2.2 Biblioteca A.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Muy bien.

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        Catechismus Oder Kurtzer unterricht Christlicher Lehr, sampt den Kirchen Ceremonien, Gebeten, und gantz vollkommenen zeugnussen Biblischer Schrifft. Item, Der Universitet Heidelberg Theologen verantwortung, wider die ungegründte aufflagen und verkehrung, mit welchen solcher Catechismus ... beschweret ist. Item, D. M. Luthers meynung vom Brodtbrechen im heiligen Abendtmal. Item, Antwort und Gegenfragen auff sechs Fragen, vom heiligen Abendmal, und in welchen Artickeln die Evangelischen Kirchen im handel deß Abendtmals einig oder streitig sindt

      Newstadt an der Hardt, Harnisch 1592.. Titel mit Holzschnittbordüre und Holzschnitt-Druckermarke auf dem letzten Blatt. 2 Bll., 546 S., 1 Bl. Blindgeprägter Schweinsleder d. Zt. auf Holzdecken. 17,5 x 11 cm. VD16 P 2174 (unter Kurfürst Friedrich III. von der Pfalz als Verfasser); die Online-Ausgabe des VD 16 mit genauer Auflistung der enthaltenen Werke. - Seltene Ausgabe des 1563 erstmals im Auftrag des Kurfürsten aufgelegten Heidelberger Katechismus. - Titel mit Besitzeintrag des Blankensteiner Pastors Friedrich Glaser. - Berieben, unteres Rückenende mit kleiner Fehlstelle. Es fehlen die Bindebänder.

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        DELL'UNIONE DEL REGNO DI PORTOGALLO ALLA CORONA DI CASTIGLIA. Aggiuntovi Nuovamente dall'istesso Auttore, in Questa 3. Impressione.

      P. Ugolino., Venice 1592 - 8vo. ff.(19),295. With blank C4, but lacking the final blank leaf. Woodcut device on title page. Old vellum, hand lettered title on spine. Light water soiling to the fore-edge of the preliminary leaves. Occasional light foxing & soiling. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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      - Los dieziseis libros de la epístolas, o cartas de , vulgarmente llamadas familiares: traduzidas de lengua Latina en Castellana por el Doctor Pedro Simón Abril, natural de Alcázar. .- Impresso en Barcelona en la Emprenta de Jayme Cendrant, Año 1592; en 8º pasta de época, 8 hojas, 455 folios y 1 hoja. Mancha antigua de agua. Palau nº 54442.Rara edición del XVI, la primera impresión en castellano de las epístolas de Ciceron en Barcelona. La primera española es de Pamplona 1580.

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        Printed mandate: appeal for prayer against Turkish army.

      Vienna, 14. VIII. 1592. - Oblong folio (499 x 354 mm). Broadsheet. 1 p. With papered seal. Folded. The Lower Austrian government renews its 1566 mandate for general prayer against the Turkish threat. - After the running battles at the Habsburg-Turkish border steadily grew into open war, Rudolf II formally renounced the peace treaty with the Ottoman Empire in October 1592. The Battle of Sissek in June 1593 marked the beginning of the so-called Long Turkish War. - 17th-century notes on reverse. Some wrinkling; tiny paper defect and browning to folds. Signed by the Lower Austrian governor Ruprecht von Stotzingen, Dr. Elias Corning, Dr. V. Spindler, and another government official. Starzer, Regesten aus dem k. k. Archiv für Niederösterreich (1906), no. 5601. [Attributes: Signed Copy]

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        Avstriae Descrip per Wolfgangvm Lazivm

      Amsterdam 1592 - Decorative map of Austria with two cartouches., Size : 350x483 (mm), 13.75x19 (Inches), Hand Colored Very Good; mild toning of left hand margin; small waterstain in the lower right hand corner of the margin

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        Compendiosae Substitutionis Tractatus, Cui Novissime accedunt.

      1592 - Rare Treatise on Heirs in Roman Law Oddi, Sforza [1540-1611]. Compendiosae Substitutionis Tractatus. Cui Novissime Accedunt Notabilia ex Toto Opere Excerpta in Modum Copiosissimi Indicis. . Ferrara: Apud Benedictum Mammarellum, 1592. [xii], 170 ff. (12" x 8"). Contemporary paper boards, covered with old vellum manuscript leaves, early hand-lettered titles to spine and foot of text block, crude early repairs to spine ends. Rubbing to extremities with moderate wear, boards slightly bowed, hinges starting. Large woodcut printer device to title page, woodcut head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Worming to lower corner of text to fol. 2, rear free endpaper and rear pastedown. Toning, light browning in a few places, internally clean. A solid copy of a scarce title. * Second edition. First published in Perugia in 1571, this treatise on the Roman law of the substitution of heirs, inheritance and succession reached its third and final edition in 1597. Little is known about Oddi. The title page indicates that he was a jurisconsult in Perugia. OCLC locates 1 copy of the 1592 edition in the Americas at UC Berkeley Law Library and 1 copy of the other two editions at the Library of Congress. Censimento Nazionale Delle Edizioni Italiane del XVI Secolo CNCE 50113. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        La prima parte de gli errori popolari dell' Ecc. Lorenzo Gioberti.nella quale si contiene l' eccellenza della medicina, et de medici.gravidanza, parto. nutrire bambini. Tradotta di franzese dal Mag. M. Alberto Luchi Da Colle.

      Filippo Giunti, Fiorenza 1592 - [Medicina] (cm.22) ottima piena pergamena originale, tracce di lacci, titolo manoscritto al dorso. -- cc. 10 nn., pp. 240, cc. 12 nn. Marca tipografica all' inizio e in fine, capilettera figurati grandi e piccoli. Prima edizione italiana molto rara di questa opera pubblicata in Francia nel 1578 e 1579. L' autore (a529-1583) ebbe grande fama anche perchè pubblicava in volgare per il popolo che per la prima volta poteva leggere certe superstizioni e credenze popolari su difficili e scabrosi argomenti sessuali. Notevole è la famosa questione su che lingua parlerebbe un bambino che non ha mai potuto parlare. Vecchio restauro al margine bianco basso delle prime due carte, altrimenti ottimo esemplare nitido e fresco. * Camerini 184; * Durling 2623; * Bm. Stc. 362; * Wellcome 3506; * Graesse III 485. Manca ad Adams, Choix, Dawson, Osler, Garrison-Morton e Walleriana. [F80] [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        De re militari libri quatuor post omnes omnium editiones, ope veterum librorum correcti, a Godescalco Stewechio Heusdano ; accesserunt Sex. IulI Frontini Strategematôn libri quatuor: Aelianus De instruendis aciebus: Modestus De vocabulis rei militaris: Castrametatio Romanorum ex historiis Polybii. ; accessit seorsum eiusdem G. StewechI in Fl. Vegetium Commentarius. ; Adiuncta eiusdem G. StewechI & Francisci ModI, in Iul. Frontinum coniectanea, & notae

      Lugduni Batavorum [Leiden]: Ex officina Plantiniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium , 1592 - Magnificent edition of the classic by Vegetius, the fourth-century Roman military writer of whose personal life little is known, but whose book DE RE MILITARI has been constantly reprinted and translated into every modern language, has proved to be a primary source of our knowledge of Roman warfare. It contains 5 books: the first is on Recruits and Recruitment; the second, on the organization of the Legions (the Roman infantry); the third, treats of the operations of an army in the middle of a campaign; the fourth, on attacking and defending fortifications; and the fifth, on naval tactics. This edition, printed by the famous Plantin press, with their printer's device on the title page, was edited by the scholar Godescalcus Stewechius and is one of the earliest editions to contain a commentary on Vegetius, along with a discussion of the editor's sources. Equally important to the edition, however, are the illustrations, which have contributed greatly to a general picture of the Roman army Second Plantin edition (first was 1585). 8vo. Printer's device on title page, woodcut diagram of a roman encampment on folded leaf, and 51 woodcuts in the text (machinery, battlements, weapons, etc.). [16], 320; [16], 480, [31] pp. Contemporary vellum, slightly soiled and bowed. First 150 pp. affected by slight worming. Adams V-337

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        Flavi Vegeti Renati, viri inl. De re militari libri quatuor. Post omnes omnium editiones, ope veterum librorum correcti, a Godescalco Stewechio Heusdano .

      Lugduni Batavorum: Ex officina Plantiniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium, 1592 - **Free Domestic Shipping on this item until Sunday, Sept. 28** 16mo (16.5 cm. tall), [16] (beginning with title), 320, [16] (beginning with section title with its own imprint, Godescalci Stewechii Commentarius ad FlavI VegetI Renati, De re militari libros. Accesserunt eiusdem G. Stewechii & Francisci Modii .), 480, [31] pp., folding plate, woodcut illustrations of siege machinery, war elephant, etc. in text with some full page, woodcut printer's device on both title pages, in this copy the woodcut initials have been hand colored; later full leather rubbed and worn with joints split and front cover becoming detached, modern book plate, signatures of previous owners on title and facing page, general age toning and age staining, margins cut down with no letters touched (Eee 6 has its margins folded over to preserve the genealogical table), the folding plate has a short tear from stub and a few leaves . Photos available upon request.

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        De re militari libri quatuor. Post omnes omnium editiones, ope veterum librorum correcti, a Godescalco Stewechio Heusdano. Accesserunt Sex. Iuli Frontini Strategemato in libri quatuor: Ælianus De instruendis aciebus: Modestus De vocabulis rei militaris: Castrametatio Romanorum ex historiis Polybii. Accessit seorsum eiusdem G. Stewechi in Fl. Vegetium Commentarius. Adiuncta eiusdem G. Stewechi & Francisci Modi, in Iul. Frontinum coniectanea, & notae.

      Ex officina Plantiniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium 1592 - - Ex officina Plantiniana, apud Franciscum Raphelengium, Lugduni Bavatorum (Leyde) 1592, In 8 (12x17cm), [16], 320, [16], 480, [32] pp. et une planche dépliante., relié. - Seconde édition Plantinienne avec les commentaires de Steewech, après celle de 1585. Une vignette de titre de l'imprimeur sur les deux pages de titre. Belle édition estimée. Edition illustrée de 51 bois gravés in et hors texte (machines militaires, manoeuvres militaires.) et d'une planche dépliante représentant l'organisation d'un camp romain. Les commentaires de Stewachius (1557-1588) ont une page de titre particulière : Godescalci Stewechii Commentarius ad Flavi Vegeti Renati, De re militari libros. Accesserunt eiusdem G. Stewechii & Francisci Modii . Le texte de Polybe (livre VI de son Histoire) a été traduit en latin par Janus Lascaris (1445-1535). le dictionnaire militaire, 'Modesti libellus De vocabulis rei militaris' a été élaboré par Pomponius Laetus (1425-1497, ou Leto) et ses élèves d'après l'ouvrage de Vegece. Plein Velin d'époque souple à rabats. Traces de lacets. Titre à la plume noire. Bel exemplaire. Erreur du relieur : 49-64 ont été placées après la page 32, c'est ainsi qu'après la page 48 se trouve donc la page 65. Vegece fut un écrivain militaire romain vivant sous la seconde moitié de IVe siècle, et en dehors du fait qu'il fut fonctionnaire de l'empire, on sait peu de choses de sa vie. Il nous est resté de cet auteur un traité en 5 parties dont La premiere traite des recrues et du recrutement, la seconde de l'organisation de la Légion et des anciennes armées romaines, la troisième des manoeuvres militaires en campagne, la quatrième de l'attaque et de la défense des places fortes, la cinquième quant à elle concerne la tactique navale. Steewech, commentateur de cette édition, fut professeur à Pont A Mousson. Ex libris gravé aux armes de Jean-Baptiste Peyer, seigneur de Fontenelle. [16], 320, [16], 480, [32] pp. et une planche dépliante. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Oeuvres poétiques de Remy Belleau. Redigees en deux Tomes. Reveues & corrigees en cette derniere impression.

      Lyon: Pour Thomas Soubron, 1592 - Quatrième édition collective, 2 tomes reliés en 1 volume in-12; T.I: 300 ff., portrait d"une édition XVIIIème monté en frontispice. T.II: 154 ff, [8 ff]. Fine reliure en maroquin citron de la fin du XIXème, plats encadrés d"un triple filet doré, dos à nerfs très joliment orné, gardes marbrées, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées. Quelques taches légères sur les plats, mais un très bel exemplaire, avec l"ex-libris de Philippe-Louis de Bordes-de-Fortage (malheureusement surchargé ainsi que les premières gardes du nom d"un propriétaire récent). Quatrième édition collective, (la première fut imprimée par Hamert Patisson à Paris en 1578). Le premier tome comprend: "Les Amours et nouveaux eschanges des Pierres precieuses: vertus & proprietez d"icelles" avec une table des pierres précieuses, le "Discours de la vanité", les "Eclogues sacrées", les Journées de La Bergerie et Les Apparences célestes d"Arat. Le titre du second tome porte: "Les Odes d"Anacréon Teien, poète grec, traduictes en François. Avec quelques petites Hymnes de son invention, & autres diverses poësies: Ensemble une Comédie". Poète de la Pléiade aux côtés de Ronsard, Du Bellay, Baïf, Desportes, Belleau fut très estimé de son vivant pour la simplicité, la grâce et la vivacité de ses poésies, inspirées de la manière des poètes grecs. Les "Amours des pierres précieuses", première pièce du recueil, mêlent de façon originale le symbolisme des pierres et leurs vertus physiques ou médicinales. Brunet Supplément, 103: "l"éditeur s"est permis de supprimer une partie d"un cahier qui suit la p.304 où se trouvent répétés des vers déjà imprimés dans le volume, sans s"apercevoir ou sans daigner tenir compte qu"il enlevait en même temps la table du premier volume et quelques autres vers". Les 6 feuillets non chiffrés en fin d"ouvrage après la table du T.II, qui manquent à certains exemplaires, sont une série d"épitaphes par Passerat, Le Baïf, Desportes, Ronsard, écrites pour la tombe de Belleau. Tchemerzine I, 573. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        De formulis et sollemnibus populi Romani verbis, libri VIII [.].

      Frankfurt, Wechel & Fischer, 1592. - Large 4to. (8), 750 (but: 760), (84) pp. Contemp. vellum, decoratively gilt. Traces of ties. Exceptionally beautifully bound copy of this standard work on Roman legal practice; definitive edition of the oft-reprinted work. First published in 1583, this is the second edition, revised, expanded and with a dedication to Heinrich von Rantzau. - Brisson (1531-91), president of the parliament of Paris, was the first scholar to systematically collect all expressions of Roman legal and political writing. - Slightly bronwed throughout; title page with erased note of owenership. Elegant binding with insignificant traces of worming to front cover, otherwise perfect. VD 16, B 8330. IA 125.117. Adams B 2848. Cf. Brunet I, 1262. Ebert 2984. Graesse I, 541. Jöcher I, 1385f. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Paradisus animae sive de virtutibus libellus + Opusculum de divinus moribus, quod S. Thomae, Roma, Zanettum Aloisium, 1592

      - cm. 8 x 12, elegante rilegatura coeva piena pergamena ben conservata con titoli in oro su tassello rosso al dorso, pag. 239 + 320, buone condizioni salvo piccole mancanze alle ultime tre pagine, senza alcuna perdita di parole. Straordinario abbinamento di tre importanti testi (assolutamente rari) scritti da tre tra i piu' grandi filosofi e religiosi esistiti. L'attribuzione a S.Tommaso si rivelò poi errata (l'autore era tedesco).

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      Venice: Aldus Manutius, 1592 In Epistolas M.Tullii Ciceronis qua familiares vocantur Paulus Manutij Commentarius. Ad. Ill.& Excell. mum D.Jacobum Boncompagnum Ducem Sorae Marchionum Viniolae & C. Folio,orig. limp velum (Ext.index) +614 Pp.+ th often lacking index. Large anchor device at title, 17 head - + 15 tailpieces. 55 nice initials. Some pp. ser. browned.The right hand marging of the last 21 pp. ser. waterstained/spotted.some unobstrusive worming in left margin. 1st. front endpaper torn, lower half gone.Binding stained. In spite of it`s defects, still a nice & collectible .Folio. This typographic miracle still stands out miles! Complete with the 1 page catalogue; "Libri di Stampa d' Aldo, che si trovano al presente."

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        Tratado en loor de las mugeres. Y de la castidad, onestidad, constancia, silencio y justicia. Con otras muchas particularidades, y varias historias

      Gioacomo Cornetti, Venetia 1592 - 4º, frontis grabado firmado por Franco, 133 folios, (15) folios. Apostillas marginales. Adornan el texto bellas capitales y cabeceras xilográficas. Lomo piel época, tejuelo, hilos dorados. Diversas hojas artesanalmente restauradas en el margen superior, sin que desmerezcan el ejemplar. Rarísimo ejemplar de una obra muy difícil de encontrar, escrita por un autor conocido como El Africano, dedicada a defender a las mujeres de quienes las atacan y dudan de su honestidad y valor, cuando "es ley de hombre virtuoso y generoso honrar a las mugeres y no decir mal de ellas". Por ello recomienda emplear los ojos en mirarlas, la hacienda en regalarlas y el corazón en contentarlas. Texto completado con opiniones de las principales figuras de la antigüedad y recuerdos de diversos hechos históricos que confirman las teorías positivas del autor sobre la virtudes del ser femenino. Feminismo. Historia. Feminisim. History.

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        Romaika. Appiani Alexandrini Rom. Historiarum, Punica, sive Carthaginensis, Syriaca, Parthica, Mithridatica, Iberica, Annibalica, Celtica et Illyricae fragmenta quaedam. Item De bellis civilibus libri V. Henr. Steph. Annotationes

      Excudebat Henricus Stephanus,, S.l. (Ginevra), 1592 - In-folio (cm. 35), pp. (12) x (2) 767 (1) 72, 36 di cui le ultime due bianche. Bel marchio tipografico al frontespizio, testate e finalini in xilografia. Bella legatura strettamente coeva in piena pergamena floscia, dorso a piccoli nervi con titoli manoscritti. Qualche leggera brunitura dovuta alla qualità della carta e piccole gore marginali, esemplare peraltro fresco, genuino e molto ben conservato. Pregiata edizione in cui l'editore affianca la versione originale greca alla traduzione latina. appaiono inoltre per la prima volta. l'Iberica e l'Annibalica che al tempo della pubblicazione dell'Editio princeps non erano ancora stati scoperti. Nella presente stampa l'editore ha inoltre aggiunto le 72 pagine finali di "valuable Annotations" cfr. Schreiber (223). [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Della imprese trattato di Giulio Cesare Capaccio. In tre libri diuiso

      Naples ex officina Horatij Saluiana, appresso Gio. Giacomo Carlino, & Antonio Pace 1592 - FIRST EDITION. 4to. 3 vols. in one. ff. [xxxii], 84; 148; 60. Roman letter with some Italic and Greek. First title with Carlino and Pace’s woodcut device, smaller version on second and third titles and on verso of last, fine grotesque initials, head and tail-pieces and typographical ornaments, 303 woodcuts, mostly oval illustrations of ‘imprese’ with woodcut symbols and armorial shields in text, table within printed line border, autograph of ‘Estorici morin? Vecchio 1663’ on title, another scribbled out above. Light age yellowing in places with some minor light spotting, small hole in Yy1, original paper flaw, with loss of a few letters. A very good copy, crisp and clean, in contemporary vellum over boards, edges gauffered in blind, lower hinge split.
 First edition of this important and beautifully illustrated treatise on the use, meaning and creation of imprese, "The first emblem book to deal with flora and fauna, published three years before the books by Camerarius. The woodcuts are very delicate and charming" (Landwehr). Books 1-2 contain a general discussion of imprese, while book 3 contains many examples of imprese in the usual format of motto, illustration, epigram in verse, and explanation in prose. “In chapter 2 of book one, Capaccio discusses the difference between emblem and ‘impresa’ emphasizing the fact that the essence of the impresa is an intellectual conceit. The last chapter of the the first book deals with the significance of Colours.” Mortimer Harvard. "An impresa is a symbol comprising an image, identified as the 'body' and a motto, called its 'anima' (soul). The motto refers to a personal idea chosen by the inventor (whereas the emblem expresses a universal). The motto thus produces a playful disguise which is at the same time a revelation of its creator. It was mandatory that the motto eschew those universal meanings so characteristic of apophthegm, proverb, precept, enigma or question. The theorists further insisted that the language of the motto should be senior to the vernacular - Latin, Greek, or even Hebrew. Hence this 'anima' the soul of the impresa, was reserved for the learned, and hidden from the uneducated." 'Language and cultural Change', Lodi Nauta. Books of imprese quickly became a favored genre of the Renaissance. They are, as here, crammed with news, from classical historiography to contemporary events, including animalistic, astrological and poetic curiosities, and the relation of customs. The imprese's proximity to emblems, with the love of encoded expression helped to explain their success. Interestingly, the word “imprese” has evolved in Italian to refer also to ‘Company’ or ‘Business’ and thus the personal branding of renaissance imprese has extended into a far more modern concept of professional branding. A very good copy of this interesting and superbly illustrated work. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Lettere del Giapone, et della Cina de gl'anni M.D.LXXXIX. & M.D.XC.Milan, Pacifico Pontio, 1592. 8vo. With woodcut Jesuit vignette on the title-page, woodcut initials. Re-cased in later vellum.

      Cordier, Sinica, col. 796; cf. Alt-Japan-Katalog 814-815 (first edition and the other 1592-issue); Löwendahl 32 (the other 1592-issue). One of the 1592-issues of this collection containing 8 important annual reports over the years 1589-1590 on the Jesuit missions in Japan (6 letters) and China (2 letters), first published in 1591 (Rome, Luigi Zanetti). The other 1592-issue was published in Venice by Giovanni Battista Giotti Senese. The letters, among others by the Portuguese Jesuit Duarte de Sande and his companion Antionio d' Almeida, are written to the General of the Jesuits in Rome and provide valuable information on the Jesuit missions in these regions as well as on the daily life, customs and political situation.Title-page slightly soiled. Good copy of this early collection of reports concerning Jesuit missions in Japan and China.

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        Gheestelycke predicatien des verlichten doctoors Joannis Tauleri. Bewijsende den rechten grondt des waerachtigen Christen levens

      Hieronymus Verdussen, Antwerpen 1592 - 4to, 2 delen in 1 vol., [4], 263; [1], 77, [16] p. Gedrukt in gotische druk in 2 kolonnen. Mooie houtsnede op pagina 23 verso. Mooie heringebonden in kalfsleder in 1960 Ex libris Apotheker H. Ameloot [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kst.- Karte, aus Ortelius, "Typvs orbis Terrarvm".

      . altkol. ( old full colour ), nach 1592, 35,7 x 49. Van den Broecke, Nr. 3 ( 1. Zustand ); Shirley, Mapping of the World, Nr. 158 und Abb. Plate 130. - Die dritte und letzte Weltkarte von Ortelius, in der Platte datiert 1587. - Der Küstenverlauf von Südamerika wurde korrigiert ( vergleiche Shirley 122 ). In den Ecken jeweils Medaillions mit klassischen Texten ( 2 von Cicero und 2 v. Seneca ) umgeben von Rollwerksornamentik. - Gerahmt ( framed )

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        Terra Sancta Divisa in Duodecim Tribus Israel.

      1592 - Daniel Adam Z Weleslavina, Prague, 1592. Woodcut, printed area 270 x 180mm. Minor restoration to margins. Bünting's map of Palestine, published in a Czech edition of the 'Itinerarium Sacræ Scriptura.'. This edition not in Laor.

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