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        Leipzig. - Aufruhr am 19. und 20. Mai 1593. - "Tumult und Aufflauff zu Leiptzig an. 93 den 19. und 20. Meiens geschehen, durch Ziffern Angezeiget, Und in der Historie Weiter erkleret".

      . Ereignisbild. Kupferstich, um 1593. Von Anonymus. 23,7 x 33,1 cm (Darstellung / Platte) / 29 x 37 cm (Blatt). In der Platte unterhalb der Darstellung betitelt. - Auf die Plattenkante beschnitten und alt angerändert. Insgesamt doch mäßig gut erhalten. Anonymus.

      [Bookseller: Kunsthandlung Koenitz]
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        'Clivensis Et Iuliacensis Ducatum nouus ac Verus typus. geographicus.':.

      . Kupferstich aus Specvlvm Orbis Terrae. ... b. Gerard & Cornelis de Jode in Antwerpen, 1593, 33 x 25 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request). Koeman, Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. II, Jod 2, 70. - Zeigt die Herzogtümer Kleve u. Jülich in dem gebiet Arnhem, Maastricht, Köln und Borken. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Seltene Karte!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Norbert Haas]
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        PLÖN/ Holstein: Gesamtansicht

      . um 1593, Kupferstich, koloriert, 36x49 cm.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Murr Bamberg]
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        [Lexicon Graecolatinum Recentiss] Lexicon GraecoLatinvm Recentiss. / Ad formam ab Henr. Stephano, & post hunc a Io. Scapvla obseruatam, & iam admodum omnibus probatam, diligenter expressum ..

      Genf : Apud Guillelmum Laemarium [Laemarium] 1593.. [8] Bl., 1876 Sp., [141] Bl. Späterer Halblederband, Gr.-8°. Der Einband [18.Jhd.] bestossen und Abrieb. Vorsatz mit Namenseintrag [datiert 1746], Titelblatt mit verblasstem Namenseintrag [16.-17.Jhd.]. Insgesamt sauberes und ordentliches Exemplar.. Hübsches komplettes Exemplar mit Index und Appendix.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Pennartz]
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        Biblia Sacra Vulgatae Editionis Sixti Quinti Pont. Max. iussu recognita atque edita.

      Rom 1593 'Ex Typographia Apostolica Vaticana (Aldus II <1547-1597>)' in 4to (24,5 x 18 cm).. Überarbeitete Ausg. d. Sixtina-Clementina Rom 1592 (Stttg. D 950). Zweispalt. lat. Textdruck (Indices: 3-spalt.) m. hebr. u. griech. Text- Einschübern, Titelblatt in Rot-Schwarz nebst Titel-Holzschn.; dazu zahlreiche Vignetten u. Initialen in Holzschn. Einschließl. Titel nebst Vorwort u. Prologe: (10) Bl, 1088, 20 pp, (18) Bl (*4 *6, A-Z8 Aa-Zz8 Aaa-Yyy8, a10, +8 ++10 - letzt. Bl weiß-fehlt). So gut wie unbenutzte 3. Ausg. d. Vulgata-Sixtina, hier u. da angerändert, gebräunt u. leicht unfrisch u. stockig, stärker in fine nebst Papierüberkleb. mit leichtem Textverlust (pp 975/76) u. leicht wasserrandig, Titel mit handschriftl. Besitzvermerken, sonst insgesamt wohlerhalten. Zeitgenöss. Pgtbd auf 5 Riemchenbünde mit Leder-Rschild nebst 2 Standort-Schilder, Einbd fleckig/gebräunt u. Ecken leicht beschabt u. Vdeckel im Fuß- Gelenk etwas eingerissen.- Die Hieron.-Prologe pp sind ordn.gemäß vor dem Beginn des Bibeltextes eingebunden (in Stuttg.: in fine nach Apocal.). Nach der Apocal. folgen die AK Manasse u. Esra III u. IV (pp 1-20). Die Titel-Vign. wiederholt - wie bereits auf den Titelbl. der Vaticana I u. II von 1590 u. 1592 (Stuttg. D 942 u. 950) geschehen - die Übergabe der Vulgata durch den Papst an eine knieende Frau (= die Kirche) u. über allem schwebt d. Hl. Geist in Gestalt einer Taube u. darunter steht das Wort aus der Apocalypse 'Accipe et Devora (empfange u. verehre sie = die authentische Vulgata Sixtina)'. Diese 3. Sixtina ist selten: Stuttg. erwarb erst 1982 ein eigenes Expl u. bei DM gibt es nur den Hinweis in der Anm. Renouard bemerkt: "Celle-ci est preferable meme a l'in-folio de 1592. Elle est rare ". - Laut letztem 'Exlibris' auf dem Tit. gehörte die Bibel mal zur Klosterbibl. 'Beatae Mariae Consolatricis Taurinensis' (in Turin dem Kloster Maria der Trostspenderin). - Die Verantwort. für den Druck der 3 erst. Ausg. der Vulgata Sixtina-Clementina lag bei Aldus dem Jüngeren (Aldus II. - 1547-97), dem Enkelsohn Aldus Manutius (1449-1515) u. Sohn dessen Sohnes Paul Manutius (1512-1574). - Forts.:. Fortsetzung: Aldus II. hatte 1588 auf den Ruf Sixtus V. (= Felice Peretti, 1521/85-1590) die Leitung der Apostol.-Vatican.-Druckerei übernommen, die eine Gründung dieses Papstes war. Hier sollte der von der Bibelkommission des Trident. Konzils erarbeitete neue authent. Vulgata-Text gedruckt werden. So geschah das auch mit den drei ersten Vulgata-Sixtina-Clementina-Ausgaben. Kurz vor der Fertigstellung der 4. Vulgata-Ausgabe in 8vo nimmt der Tod am 28. Okt. 1597 Aldus dem Jüngeren ganz plötzlich die Handwerkzeuge aus der Hand. Paar Monate später (1598) ist der Druck vollendet; er ist nicht weniger selten als die Quarto-Ausgabe. Diese Oktav- Ausgabe ist ebenfalls diesseits ausführl. beschrieben u. bei ZVAB ins Internet gestellt. Zwecks Vermeidung von Wiederholungen wird hierauf Bezug genommen. - Diese Quarto-Bibel von 1593 enthält in fine vor 'Registrum' u. 'Kolophon' den Errata-Vermerk mit dem Imperativ "Errata nonnulla, quae preli vitio irrepserunt, sic corrige!" - Stuttgart D 955 - Copinger Nr. 533 - Masch II, III, 248/49 Rdz III - Sussex I 2 p 468 Nr. 149 - DM II 2 p 963 Anm. nach Nr. 6184 - BLC 28, 356 - Renouard. Alde (1834). p 250 Nr. 1 - Caxton Nr. 993* - P. M. Baumgarten. Neue Kunde (1922). pp 326-328 - Brunet I 878 ('Cette 3e edition de la Bible impr. au Vatican, renferme de nouv. variantes qui la font rechercher : elle appartient d'ailleurs a la collection aldine ') - Graesse I 395/ 396 ('C'est plutot une nouvelle revision qu'une reimpression de la Vulgate de 1592' - <Cette opinion est tres difficile a comprendre, elle n'est pas correcte>) - Ebert I 188 Nr. 2313 ('Weicht von der vor. -1592- so sehr ab, daß sie als neue Revision betrachtet werden kann' - <Man betet einfach Graesse nach>) - Ludwig Rosenthal 70/2880 u. 2881 (keines ist jedoch vorliegendes Expl).

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Remigius]
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        El Nuovo et Verissimo Discorso delle cose piu signalate, seguite nell'assedio della incomparabile città di Parigi. Dal Signor G. B. M.

      In Lione (Thibaud Ancelin), nel mese di Gennaio, 1593. - in-4. 38ff. chiffrés. Plein vélin souple du temps. On connaît plusieurs éditions de ce rarissime pamphlet contre Henri IV, publié à en italien à Lyon dès 1591; elles présentent des variantes de titre et de date mais un collationnement apparemment toujours identique. "Cette Relation, qui n'a pas encore été traduite ni rééditée, est de Girard le Ferrarais, dont le nom se lit à la fin d'un Sonnet en français f.38r°. Ecrit par un ennemi de Henri IV, ce Discours renferme une vive critique des actions de Henri IV, sous Paris ( ). Très-rare volume" (Bossuet). Bien que rédigé en italien, le volume contient notamment à la fin quatre sonnets en français à la gloire de l'auteur, dont on apprend qu'il s'appelait Girard et qu'il venait de Ferrara. Deux d'entre eux sont respectivement signés des initiales "C.D.T." et "I.E.A.". Bel exemplaire très séduisant dans son vélin d'origine. Bingen, "Philausone (1500-1660), Répertoire des ouvrages en langue italienne publiés dans les pays de langue française de 1500 à 1660", n°147. Vaganay, "Le Sonnet en Italie et en France au 16e siècle, Essai de Bibliographie comparée" (1903), n°27. Bossuet, Catalogue des Ouvrages relatifs à l'Histoire de la Ville de Paris et de ses environs, 149 (pour une édition de 1594).

      [Bookseller: Librería Comellas]
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        Civitatis Episcopalis Othenarum sive Otthoniæ, ut vulgo dicitur Fioniae Insularum Daniæ Regni...(Köln, 1593).

      Kobberstukket prospekt over Odense visende byen i fugleperspektiv. 32,5 x 47,5 cm. Nogle få brunpletter, mest i de brede marginer, ellers fin stand.. Fra Braun & Hogenbergs berømte "Civitates Orbis Terrarum". Odense-prospektet er den ældste trykte afbildning af byen overhovedt, ligesom det er den ældste afbildning af nogen dansk by. På bagsiden findes latinsk tekst, som skulle være mere pålidelig end tegningen

      [Bookseller: Lynge & Søn A/S]
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        Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Juan de Olivan, citizen of Calahorra. Valladolid, 20 October 1593

      np, Spain 1593 - Patent of Nobility (Carta Ejecutoria de Hidalguia) for Juan de Olivan, citizen of Calahorra, has his status as an hidalgo confirmed. Valladolid, 20 October 1593. 36 vellum leaves of text and illustration. 9 x 12.5 inches. Text in a gothic textura hand. Two-tone brown calf, elaborately tooled in blind and in gilt. Hand colored miniature of the knighted family kneeling below Virgin with their coat of arms. Plus a hand colored portrait of a man with elaborate border. Plus 15 hand colored capitals in blue and red. Small private library label on the inside of the front cover. Light scratching to capitals. Binding lightly rubbed and edgeworn. Digital images available upon request. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Caliban Books Pittsburgh PA, ABAA]
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        Discurso sobre la forma de reduzir LA DISCIPLINA MILITAR à mejor y antiguo estado compuesto por. Dirigido a Don Fernando Alvarez de Toledo, Duque de Alva, &c. Lugarteniente, y Capitan Gene- ral de su Magestad, y su Governador en los Estados de Flandes.

      1593 - En Madrid por Luys Sanchez. Año 1593. Va con este los discursos del Alferez Martin de Eguiluz. Vendelos Miguel Martinez en Palacio. 4º, 205 x 140 mm, plena piel moderna. 4hs.+ 43 p.+1 h., con el colofón. Primera edición. Ref: Salvá en nota, 2634  Disciplina militar, militaria

      [Bookseller: ArteyGrafía. com / Elena Gallego]
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        The Marlowe Papers - A Novel in Verse - Signed with promo bookmark - Shortlisted for the Desmond Elliott Prize 2013

      Sceptre, 2012. 1st printing 1st. Hardcover. Fine/n/a. Signed by Author. Longlisted for "The Women&#39;s Prize for Fiction 2013" and Winner of the Desmond Elliott Prize 2013 and the Hoffman Prize 2011 prior to publication. First UK edition/First Printing. SIGNED by author to title page. No d/w as on publication. Fine unread condition. Synopsis: On May 30th, 1593, a celebrated young playwright was killed in a tavern brawl in London. That, at least, was the official version. Now Christopher Marlowe reveals the truth: that his &#39;death&#39; was an elaborate ruse to avoid being convicted of heresy; that he was spirited across the Channel to live on in lonely exile; that he continued to write plays and poetry, hiding behind the name of a colourless man from Stratford - one William Shakespeare. With the grip of a thriller and the emotional force of a sonnet, this remarkable novel in verse gives voice to a man who was brilliant, passionate and mercurial. A cobbler&#39;s son who counted nobles among his friends, a spy in the Queen&#39;s service, a fickle lover and a declared religious sceptic, he was always courting trouble. Memoir, love letter, confession, settling of accounts and a cry for recognition as the creator of some of the most sublime works in the English language, The Marlowe Papers brings Christopher Marlowe and his era to vivid life. Written by a poet and scholar, it is a work of exceptional art, erudition and imagination.

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        Historia van der Lere, Levende und Dode Joachimi Slüters des ersten Evangelischen Predigers tho Rostock, nevenst einer Chroniken

      Rostock, S. Moellemann (Müllman), 1593.. Mit gefalt. Stammtafel. 80 Bll. Hpgt. um 1800 mit goldgepr. Wappensupralibros. VD 16 G 3837; STC 375; Borchling-C. 2484; Slg. Böhme 1400. - Biographie des Rostocker Pfarrers Joachim Sluter (1490-1532), der die Reformation in Rostock einführte (ADB XXXIV, 470). Enthalten sind Verzeichnisse der Rostocker Bürgermeister und Ratsherren, der evangelischen Prediger und Universitätsrektoren von 1523-93 und der Kirchenvorsteher im Jahr 1593. - Gryse war Prediger in Rostock, seine "selten gewordenen" (ADB X, 82) Schriften erschienen nur in niederdeutscher Sprache. - Die Stammtafel (weder bei Borchling-C. noch im VD 16 erwähnt) verzeichnet die Nachkommen von Herzog Magnus II. von Mecklenburg. - Ränder etwas feuchtfleckig, leicht gebräunt. Gutes Exemplar!

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Turszynski]
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        Historia Jesuitici Ordinis, In Qua De Societatis Esuitarum Autore, Nomine, Gradibus, Incremento, Vita, Votis, Privilegiis, Miraculis, Doctrina, Morte, &c. Perspicue Solideq Tractatur

      Francofurti ad Moenum, [i.e. Frankfurt]: Excudebat Johannes Spies, 1593. First Edition. Quarto. 323pp, [1]. Later paper boards, rubbed and worn. &#39;E Bibliotheca Oelsneriana&#39; inscribed to verso of FFEP, remains of faint circular institional stamp to verso of title. A large copy with good margins, but with some softening to fore-edge at extremities. Small hole to head of A2, causing loss of a single letter to running title of verso. Discrete paper repairs to base of title and A2. Some worming to lower margin. Occasional ink underlining, else a crisp copy. The first edition of Elias Hasenmuller&#39;s history of the Jesuit Order, with an preface by Polykarp Leyser (1552-1610). Hasenmuller&#39;s experiences in training as a novice in the Society of Jesus, combined with his conversion to the Lutheran reformed Church in 1587, led to the composition of this critical account. As one of the earliest accounts of the vanguard of the counter-reformation composed by an ex-Jesuit, it was unsurprisingly swiftly translated into the vernacular (Frankfurt, 1594). Adams H 80.

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        Chronica del famoso cavallero Cid ruy Diez Campeador

      Burgos Philippe de Junta y Juan Baptista Varesio 1593 - "El Cid" With The Respected Editorial Revisions Of Lopez De Velorado [EL CID]. Chronica del famoso cavallero Cid ruy Diez Campeador. Burgos: Philippe de Junta y Juan Baptista Varesio, 1593. Sixth publication, with the respected editorial revisions of Lopez de Velorado; this edition is considered very true to the best original text and much better than the corrupted intervening editions. Folio. 318pp. Title page in red and black with woodcut coat of arms. Old vellum. Gently washed and sized. This edition is known for usual page spotting, here absent: text is generally fresh and clean. Title page has some restoration, affecting three letters. Very well margined. Overall a very good copy in an appropriate old binding. Housed in a custom quarter brown morocco clamshell, gilt-stamped. Early editions of the Chronicles (or History) of the eleventh century knight El Cid are quite rare. The book is part of the general chronicles and legends of Spain: this dealing with the exploits of the valorous knight who freed Valencia from the Moors. In the twelfth century his adventures are first chronicled in Poema de mio Cid. Further stories and ballads build on the legend through the fourteenth century until El Cid has been glorified into a hero of knightly and Christian virtue and patriotic zeal. The most famous retellings outside of Spain are Southey in English 1808 and, of course, Corneille in French in his famous play of 1637. The text at hand is an excellent study of the manners and customs of the era of the Knights of Spain; highly sought after by bibliophiles and appreciated by historians. HBS 66533. $10,000 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Heritage Book Shop, ABAA]
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        Il Trinciante di M. Cervio ampliato et a perfettione ridotto dal cavalier Reale Fusoritto da Narni ... con una bellissima Aggiunta fatta nuovamente dall'istesso Cavalier Reale.

      Appresso Heredi di Giovanni Varisco 1593 Con 2 frontespizi, 3 marche tipografiche, alcune iniziali inc. Dedica di Reale Fusoritto da Narni al card. Alessandro Farnese; Dedica di Reale Fusoritto da Narni al card. Felice Perretti di Grottamare. Uno dei più importanti libri di gastronomia del Rinascimento. Cfr B.IN.G. 455; Hensssler, p. 178 Adams, 1,262, n. 1287; Marciana, 338. in 4° cc [4] 68 [2] ultima bianca e 4 bellissime figure inc. in legno a p.p. e 3 tavole.

      [Bookseller: Libreria Pontremoli]
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        Canon Triangulorum Sphaericorum: Brevissimus simul ac facilimus quamplurimisq[ue] exemplis optice proiectis illustratus, in gratiam Astronomiae, Cosmographiae, Geographiae, Horologiographiae, &c. Studiosorum iam primum editus.Mainz: J. Albinus, 1609.

      First edition of this very rare work on trigonometry in which the author speaks of François Viète's recent use of analysis. Van Roomen is most commonly known for having proposed a problem in 1593 which involved solving an equation of degree 45. It was the solution of this problem in 1595 that established François Viète as one of the most important mathematicians of his day, as he showed the relevance of trigonometry to solving algebraic equations. As a result of this a friendship grew up between Viète and Roomen. Viète proposed the problem of drawing a circle to touch 3 given circles to Roomen (the Apollonian Problem) and Roomen solved it using hyperbolas, publishing the result in 1596. In the preface ('De operis praesentis ordine') the author speaks of Viete's recent use of analysis ('Hisce incommondis ante paucos annos Franciscus Vieta ... medelam attulit, novis propositis praxibus...'). "In his terminology van Roomen imitated Viète, using the expressions 'prosinus' and 'transinuosa' for tangent and secant, respectively." (Busard in DSB).<br/><br/> ABPC lists just one copy auctioned the past 30 years: Macclesfield (17th calf, browned, head of title torn away affecting line border). The Macclesfield description mentions that the work is in two parts but the 'second' is actually a separate printing from 1607 of sines, tangents, and secants, taken from Clavius.. 4to (243 x 176 mm), contemporary vellum, pp [12] 9-315, gathering b-f with some browning due to the paper, else fine and clean, one wormhole to the inner marging of the last 70 pages and rear board - in all a very good and unrestored copy

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        Sefer Halikhot Olam [alternative spellings: Halihot, Halichot] [and] Sefer Mevo HaGmara

      Moses Elishama ben Zifroni (who printed at the press of Tomaso Ruffinelli), Mantua 1593 - OCLC lists 7 libraries worldwide that have it. Unusually attractive and clean copy. Un-deciphered inscription in blank inner margin of title page. Attractive recent full leather binding. 40 leaves. Steinschneider 5817/5, column 1393. Amram, page 333; STC page 932. In the introduction, the author, R. Joshua Halevi, a native of Tlemcen (presently Algeria) bemoans his fate. Forced by persecution to leave his native land in 1467, he arrived in Toledo (Castille). There he made the acquaintance of Don Vidal ibn Levi. The latter gentleman commissioned the present work to explicate ¿darkhei ha-gemara¿ (¿the ways of the Talmud¿). The author goes on to express his gratitude to his teacher R. Jacob Hakoehn Ashkenazi, and his indebtedness to the earlier work in the filed by R. Samson of Chinon, Sepehr ha-Kerituth. Interestingly, the book enjoyed popularity among non-Jewish scholars, going through several Latin editions. See JE, Volume XII, pages 600-601. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        TETRASTICHA LATINOGERMANICA. Ex Pericopis Epistolaribvs Et Euangelicis, ta`m Dominicarum qua`m Festorum annuorum bono studio excerpta, & argumenta illarum partim gnomis, partim Preculis complectentia: autore Andrea Mergileto

      Schmalkalden (Smalcaldiae &c.), (Michael Schmuck), 1593.. Title page continued: Kurtzer Innhalt der Sontag vnd Fest durchs Jhar Epistel vnd Euangelien : in Sententz vnd Gebetleins weise je mit vier Verßlein, Lateinisch vnd deutsch, fur Einfeltige, Christlicher meinung gebracht. FIRST EDITION 1593, text in Latin and German quatrains, small 8vo, approximately 152 x 85 mm, 6 x 3½ inches, 83 small woodcuts in rectangles (approx. 45 x 60 mm, 1¾ x 2¼ inches), (128) pages including title page, A-H8, H8v is a blank, rebound probably towards the end of the 18th century in quarter leather over yellow paper boards, gilt lettered black label and gilt gilt rules to spine, edges speckled blue, endpapers renewed at the time of rebinding. Spine very slightly rubbed at head and tail, tiny scrape to upper cover at lower corner, small library number label on upper cover next to spine, a few light marks to covers, very small old private library stamp to front endpaper, tiny hole to lower inner margin of title page, expertly repaired on reverse, pale damp staining to most margins, very occasional small brown spot, tip of 2 lower margin corners missing, final leaf slightly worn at edges with a 10 mm (½") closed tear, some pale brown staining showing through from blank verso which has been scribbled on. A very good copy of a rare book. 2 copies located in German libraries, 1 in a US library, not in Copac. Andreas Mergilet (1539-1606) was a German protestant theologian and pastor. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Satyre Menippee de la vertu du catholicon d'Espagne.

      Et de la tenue des estats de Paris durant la ligue en l'an 1593 augmenté outre les precedentes impressions, tant de l'interpretation du mot de Higuiero d'infierno, & qui en est l'autheur, que du supplément ou suitte du catholicon. Avec les pourtraicts de deux charlatans, du segneur Agnoste, & le procession martialle, & singerie de la ligue. Plus le regret funebre d'une damoiselle de Paris sur la mort de son asne ligueur. Imprimé sur la copie de l'année 1593. (Paris, 1632?). 8:o. 565,(1,2 blanka) s. & 2 utvikbara träsnittsplr. Med tre träsnittsillustrationer i texten. Samtida ngt nött pergamentbd med handskriven ryggtitel. Pärmarna ngt bågnade. Någon enstaka småfläck. Från Biby.. Trycktes första gången 1594, en rad upplagor på flera språk utkom av denna skrift riktad mot katolska ligan och den spanska inblandningen i de franska hugenottkrigen

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        Annales Ecclesiastici Auctore Caesare Baronio S Orano Congregationis Oratorii Presbytero

      77 - Rome - Congreg. Oratorii, 1593 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. Nineteen volumes of these scarce ecclesiatical annals, published over the course of nearly a century. Containing volumes IV-XX, and parts one and two of volume XXI. They were first published between 1588 and 1607 as a response to the Lutheran Historia Ecclesiae Christi (History of the Church of Christ) in which the Magdeburg theologians surveyed the history of the church in order to demonstrate how the Catholic Church represented the Antichrist and had deviated from the beliefs and practices of the early church. Long before Baronius was appointed Librarian of the Vatican in 1597, he had access to material and sources in its archives that were previously unpublished or unused. He used these in the development of his work. Accordingly, Annales Ecclesiastici is considered by most as extremely useful and complete. The eminent historian Lord Acton called it the greatest history of the Church ever written. He began writing this account of the Church after nearly thirty years of lecturing at Santa Maria in Vallicella. In the Annales he treats history in strict chronological order and keeps theology in the background. In Latin. The later volumes are a further continuation of the work started by Baronius, by Odorico Raynaldo Tarvisinc. With engraved title pages to each volume, and decorative head and tail pieces. Nineteen volumes of twenty-three only(volumes I, II and III are absent). Condition: In vellum bindings with handwritten spine labels. Externally rubbed, with some marks. Some worming to the vellum on six of the volumes. Wear to the spines of eight volumes. Hinges strained, with cords visible, although some have been repaired with cloth tape. Internally, firmly bound. Monastic bookplates and library labels to front pastedowns. Institutional ink stamps throughout. Some inkannotations, particularly to the first few pages. Some worming to the first few pages of volumes XV, XVI, and XVII, not affecting the text. Tidemarkstoseven volumes, with some mould to volumes XIX and XX. Pages are bright, butwithsomescatteredspotting throughout. Overall: GOOD..

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        THE DIALOGUE IN ENGLISH, BETWEEN A DOCTOR OF DIUINITIE, AND A STUDENT IN THE LAWES OF ENGLAND

      London: Richard Tottill, 1593. Hardcover. 124 x 83 mm (4 7/8 x 3 1/4"). 176, [4] leaves. Pleasing contemporary smooth calf, covers with borders of thick and thin blind rules and central blindstamped oval lozenge in an elaborate strapwork pattern, raised bands flanked by plain blind rules, remnants of ties. In a brown cloth clamshell box with gilt titling on the spine. Title page with contemporary ink note regarding the author (as being identified in Thomas Fuller&#39;s "History of the Worthies of England"), manuscript annotations to blank end leaf and occasionally in margins, all in a neat early hand. Beale T-479; STC 21575. Some wear to extremities, but the binding expertly restored now and very appealing. Title and following leaf a little soiled and browned, other very minor defects, but an excellent copy internally, the text consistently clean and fresh. According to the DNB, this is "surely the most remarkable book relating to English law published in the Tudor period, and quite unlike any book to have come from the pen of an English lawyer before." Commonly known as "Doctor and Student," these dialogues "explore the relationship between the principles of English law and conscience." The first 24 chapters were initially published in Latin in 1528, and the English translation appeared in 1530 with an additional 13 dialogues between the theologian and the barrister. This later printing included an introduction explaining that the book would be in English, rather than the more erudite Latin or French, "because it was &#39;specially made&#39; for those without legal knowledge." Christopher Saint German (ca.1460-1540/41) studied law at the Middle Temple and was called to the bar, although he preferred writing about the law to practicing it. In DNB&#39;s words, the quiet Saint German was, rather surprisingly, "one of the major intellectual forces behind the English Reformation," taking on the formidable Sir Thomas More and showing a way around the many legal difficulties that, more than theological differences, led to the Anglican break with Rome. "Doctor and Student" became a handbook for legal students, and was the standard text until Blackstone&#39;s "Commentaries" appeared in the 18th century. It still remained popular, with some 30 reprints issued by 1886, although 16th century editions are uncommonly seen, especially in agreeable condition.

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        Prosp. Du Palais de Duc d?Orleans. Wiesolchez auff der Seitten im Garten anzufeben (Gardens at the Palace of the Duke d? Orleans, Saint-Cloud)

      Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the ?Great Voyages?.Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600?s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry?s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper.?Topographia Galliae? was published from 1655 to 1661 in partnership with Martin Zeiller who wrote the text. ?Topographia Galliae? was one of the largest and most comprehensive publishing?s of the Gaul region of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, ?Topographia Galliae? is comprised of 13 parts in four volumes, with nine engraved additional titles and 321 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries.This single page engraving from ?Topographia Galliae? titled ?Prosp. Du Palais de Duc d?Orleans. Wiesolchez auff der Seitten im Garten anzufeben? measures 11.75" x 11.75" and is in good condition with evidence of previous repair to the central crease and light wrinkling along the central crease. This engraving is finely detailed and shows a view of the gardens at the Palace of the Duke d'Orleans, Saint Cloud. The Duke of Orleans, Phillip I, was the younger brother to King Louis XIV. The famous cascade in the garden was designed by Antoine Le Pautre and constructed between 1664 and 1665. This engraving shows a wide-angle view of the chateau and the gardens being enjoyed by visitors. The landscape is seen to extend far beyond the trees adding to the expansive chateau.

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        DEL BEVER CALDO COSTUMATO DA GLI ANTICHI ROMANI. Trattato d&#39;Antonio Persio. Nel quale si pruova con l&#39;historia, & essempio de gli antichi, & con la ragione, che il bere fatto caldo al fuoco, e di maggior giovamente, & forse anche gusto, che non e

      In Venetia, Gio. Battista Ciotta, 1593.. il freddo hoggidi usato. FIRST EDITION 1593, Italian text, small 8vo, 165 x 110 mm, 6½ x 4¼ inches, printer&#39;s pictorial device on title page, decorated woodcut initials, 1 full page woodcut of a heating apparatus, 2 small ones in the text, leaves: (8), 86, (1) - blank, collation: a8, A-L7 (L7 is a blank), lacking L8-M8 of which L8-M7 is an index and M8 another blank, but the index is not present in all copies and this copy may have been issued without. Bound in modern green patterned boards, no label or lettering, new endpapers. Spine just very slightly worn, tiny split at tail of spine, very light browning to title page, 2 tiny ink spots on printer&#39;s device, 2 more on pictorial headpiece at the top of the contents table, in both cases it was done to hide the breasts on the figures, from fo.9-86 the top quarter of the leaf is lightly damp-stained, otherwise contents clean. Binding tight and firm. A very good copy of a scarce work (possibly lacking index as noted). "The ancient Roman custom of adding ice to drinks was revived in the sixteenth century and caused division among medical practitioners as to the effects of this practice on health. Persio sought to discourage the habit by maintaining that the ancient Romans drank heated beverages" - Sotheby&#39;s Tore Wretman Catalogue No. 34; Bitting page 366 (no index); Cagle 1166; Vicaire 676; Oberle No. 916. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING.

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        Donchery (Ardennes department, France)

      Mathias Merian the Elder (1593-1650) was one of the most prominent members of the leading print publishing family of 17th-century Germany, known throughout Europe for his engravings of cityscapes and landscapes, his scientific books, and his editions of the noted series of travel books, the ?Great Voyages?.Born and trained in Basel, Switzerland in the early 1600?s he began studying drawing, engraving and etching in Zurich with engraver Friedrich Meyer. Merian joined the Frankfurt publishing house of Johann Theodor de Bry in 1616 and, the following year, he married de Bry?s daughter Maria Magdalena. Merian gained his greatest acclaim as head of the family publishing house following the death of his father-in-law in 1623. He rapidly and almost single-handedly built up the house to become one of the most important in Europe, etching most of the plates himself until about 1645, when he increasingly relied upon the help of a growing staff of assistants and pupils, among them Wenceslaus Hollar, Rudolf and Conrad Meyer of Zurich, and his sons Matthaus and Casper.?Topographia Galliae? was published from 1655 to 1661 in partnership with Martin Zeiller who wrote the text. ?Topographia Galliae? was one of the largest and most comprehensive publishing?s of the Gaul region of its time with engravings of major European cities and historically important locations, each expertly engraved by Merian and his sons. In total, ?Topographia Galliae? is comprised of 13 parts in four volumes, with nine engraved additional titles and 321 individually detailed engravings with maps and views of cities, towns, castles, fortresses and monasteries.This single page engraving from ?Topographia Galliae? titled ?Donchery? measures 11.75" x 14.5" and is in good condition with light staining throughout, light pencil marking on upper left corner and small tear on bottom right corner. This engraving is finely detailed and shows Donchery, a commune in the Ardonnes department in northeastern France. As seen from this distant view, this city is forteifed with a moat and wall surrounding it. Visible are tall steeples of the local churches and many of the town buildings. Within the surrounding landscape, smaller homes and a windmill are seen tucked amongst the rolling hills.

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        Chronica del Famoso Cavallero Cid Ruy Diaz Campeador

      Burgos: Philippe de Junta y Juan Baptista Varesio, 1593. Large 4to., Modern vellum 27.8 x 18 cms. Some scattered foxing; toned; early calligraphic border and authorial attribution in manuscript on title-page.

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        SPECULUM BRITANNIAE (Mirror of Britain), The first parte An historicall, & chorographicall discription of Middlesex

      London, printed at Eliot&#39;s Court Press, 1593.. Wherin are also alphabeticallie sett downe, the names of the cyties, townes, parishes hamlets, howses of name &c with direction spedelie to finde anie place desired in the mappe & the distance betwene place and place without compasses, by the Travaile Vew of John Norden. FIRST EDITION 1593 (Identification of printer from ESTC). Small 4to, approximately 185 x 135 mm, 7¼ x 5¼ inches, 3 engraved folding maps, Middlesex with some hand colour to borders; City of London; and map of Westminster. Engraved coat of arms of Queen Elizabeth on A2 verso and Anglo-Saxon alphabet on A4 verso, engraved title page by Pieter Vanden Keere, historiated initials, woodcut arms in the text, pages: [8], 1-48, [1], Signatures: [A]4, B-G4, H2, lacks final leaf of verses and errata, bound in full calf, gilt lettering and rules to spine, gilt rule and blind decoration to edges of covers, marbled endpapers, book-plate of Dogmersfield Library on first pastedown. Trimmed copy, binding slightly rubbed, small chip to head of spine, light scratching and cracking to surface leather of covers, corners slightly worn, folding map of London has some damage to edges with slight loss to image and text, laid down and inserted out of order at the beginning of the book, title page slightly dusty, old ink name to top of title page, the map of Middlesex has 2 tiny wormholes with small neat repair to the blank side and to the foot of the fold, slight loss to one letter, the map of Westminster has been mounted on a stub and reinserted, the 2 outer margins trimmed, just touching borders, 2 small neat repairs to blank side and to the lower margin, no loss, pale staining to the edges. Occasional pale staining to margins of text, occasional dusty mark to lower corners, pale staining running into text on a few pages, some pale brown staining to inner margins, occasional small brown spot, last page has inner margin neatly repaired, binding slightly sprung, otherwise a good copy. ESTC 113229; See William Upcott, A Bibliographical Account of the Principal Works Relating to English Topography, 581. MORE IMAGES ATTACHED TO THIS LISTING. POSTAGE AT COST.

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        Sarzanensis protonot. apostolici, De probationibus

      1593 Roman Canon & Feudal Law Trials / 2v HUGE FOLIO / Venetian Probationibus Extremely Rare Giuseppe Mascardi Venetian Printing Main author: Mascardi, Giuseppe, d. 1586. Title details: Iosephi Mascardi Iurisc. Sarzanensis protonot. apostolici, De probationibus. : Conclusiones probationum omnium, quæ in vtroque foro quotidie versantur, iudicibus, aduocatis, causidicis, omnibus denique iuris pontificij, Cæsareiq[ue] professoribus vtiles, practicabiles, ac necessariæ. Quibus canonicæ, ciuiles, feudales, criminales, cæteræq[ue] materiæ continentur. Per ampliationes (vt dicitur) limitationes, intelligentiasq[ue] alphabetico ordine abundè digestæ. Magis receptis doctorum opinionibus vbique hoc asterisco * notatis. Summarijs, ac indice rerum, sententiarumq[ue] magis selectarum locupletissimo ornatæ. Volumen primum. [-tertium.]. [ Iosephi Mascardi Ivrisc. Sarzanensis protonot. apostolici, De probationibvs ] [ Josephi Mascardi Jurisc. Sarzanensis protonot. apostolici, De probationibus ] [ De probationibus ] Published: VENETIIS, Ex Officina Damiani Zenari, 1593. Subject: Trials ? Roman law ? Canon law ? Feudal law ? Other names: Mascardi, Alderano, d. 1604, [editor.] Language: Latin Wear: wear as seen in the photos;Original Binding: tight and secure vellum; Pages: complete with all 431+435 leaves (twice as many pages by modern pagination methods) ; plus indexes, prefaces, and such ;Condition: Good original Bindings, Content bright tight and crisp, occasional light yellowing complete volumes in every respect. wear as seen in photos. Ask for additional photos if you need additional pictures of condition. They are available. We fully disclose any condition issues, condition of bindings and pages. Always know what you are buying. Publisher: VENETIIS, Ex Officina Damiani Zenari, 1593. Size: ~13.75in X 9.5in (35cm x 24cm)

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        Speculum Orbis Terræ

      Antwerp, 1593. Hardcover. Near Fine. Folio - over 12 - 15" tall. Folio. 2 parts in 1 volume: (12) ff including engraved title, 69 ff including 34 double-page maps numbered 1-33; (2) ff including second engraved title attributed Anton Wierix, 101 ff including 2 double-page plates, 48 double-page maps, and 1 single-page map numbered 1-51. In all some 109 maps on 83 plates, plus 2 costume plates. Bound in contemporary vellum, title on spine, traces of ties remaining, all edges red. Occasional staining due to oxidation of color; some map sheets lightly toned; margin of map #17 in Part II restored primarily in margins; maps #20 & 42 in Part II printed inverted; maps #12 & 48 cropped and pasted over maps underneath, publishers&#39; corrections evidently at the time of original binding; else an excellent copy, complete and finished in original color. The second modern atlas -- here in a splendid copy finished by a skilled contemporary Dutch colorist in fine watercolor and gouache. Only one other copy of a De Jode atlas in period color appears in auction and catalogue records that span several decades; see below. The rare second, much enlarged edition of this landmark of 16th century cartography contains 109 maps on 83 plates, 33 of which were new to this edition. Two world maps, never previously published in an atlas (Shirley 165 & 184), appear along with new maps of the Americas, one of which was the first separate map of North America to be included in a standard atlas. The map of China that was only in this second edition of atlas is one the most coveted prices in the collecting of this area. As Skelton states, the Speculum "was the work of an experienced artist and craftsman, and it earned the respect of the next generation of atlas-makers, who.mention in the same breath De Jode&#39;s Speculum, Mercator&#39;s Atlas and Ortelius&#39; Theatrum". By the 16th century the free market city of Antwerp had become the epicenter of trade with newly discovered lands to the East and West. "Never has any other port, at any period, enjoyed such world-wide importance, because none has ever been so open to all commerce and, in the fullest sense of the word, so cosmopolitan," noted the Belgian historian Henri Pirenne. Responding to the demand by both navigators and tradesmen for knowledge of far-flung trade destinations, a new generation of mapmakers arose in Antwerp, eventually giving birth to the modern atlas as we know it. De Jode&#39;s Speculum Orbis Terrae represents an early masterpiece of this genre, and includes maps of South America, Africa, the Maghreb, China, the Arabian Peninsula, India, New Guinea, Palestine, Asia Minor, and Greece. Some 109 maps are present in this second edition edition as compared with 90 in the first edition of 1578. The first part of the atlas is devoted to the four known continents, while the second contains detailed maps of the lands comprising the German Empire. Two of the earliest pioneers of the burgeoning trade in atlases were Gerard de Jode and Abraham Ortelius. Early in their careers they collaborated on the publication of some important, large separate maps, but they soon became fierce competitors. De Jode&#39;s works are today considerably more rare than Ortelius&#39;, reflecting the fact that the latter succeeded in all but cornering the market. Indeed, the production of de Jodes&#39;s now rare atlas is intimately intertwined with the equally famous work of his rival, the Theatrum Orbis Terrarum of 1570. Although de Jode had begun his project as early as 1569, Ortelius&#39;s Theatrum unfortunately entered the market the following year; the well-connected Ortelius was in able to delay the granting of royal approbations and printing licenses to De Jode until after the expiration of the privilege for his own Theatrum. In a marketplace already dominated by Ortelius&#39; formidable atlas, the first edition of De Jode&#39;s Speculum Orbis Terrarum enjoyed limited success and is today nearly unacquirable.

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        Chronicon Carionis expositum et auctum multis et veteribus et recentius historiis

      Ionnen le Preux, (Geneva), 1593. Early Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Small octavo in full manuscript vellum of musical notation in red and black &#151; slightly browned with age, remains of a paper label on the spine. A lovely copy of Melanchthon (1497-1560) and Peucer&#39;s (1525-1602) Lutheran reinterpretation of Carionis&#39;s history. Peucer, who lived wtih Melanchthon and married his daughter, added the sections after Charlemagne and published a revised edition in 1572. A charming counter-reformation era edition of this seminal document of Lutheranism. Title, 31 leaves, 1-573. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 040330. .

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        AN APOLOGIE FOR SVNDRIE PROCEEDINGS BY IURISDICTION ECCLESIASTICALL, OF LATE TIMES BY SOME CHALENGED, AND ALSO DIUERSLY BY THEM IMPUGNED. BY WHICH APOLOGIE (IN THEIR SEUERALL DUE PLACES) ALL THE REASONS AND ALLEGATIONS SET DOWNE AS WELL IN A TREATISE, AS IN CERTAINE NOTES (THAT GOE FROM HAND TO HAND) BOTH AGAINST PROCEEDING EX OFFICIO, AND AGAINST OATHS MINISTRED TO PARTIES IN CAUSES CRIMINALL; ARE ALSO EXAMINED AND ANSWERED: VPON THAT OCCASION LATELY REUIEWED, AND MUCH ENLARGED ABOUE THE FIRST PRIUATE PROIECT, AND NOW PUBLISHED, BEING DIUIDED INTO THREE PARTES: TH FIRST PART WHEREOF CHIEFLIE SHEWETH WHAT MATTERS BE INCIDENT TO ECCLESIASTICALL CONISANCE; AND SO ALLOWED BY STATUTES AND COMMON LAW: THE SECOND TREATETH (FOR THE MOST PART) OF THE TWO WAYES OF PROCEEDING IN CAUSES CRIMINAL ... THE THIRD CONCERNETH OATHS IN GENERALL ... WHEREUNTO ... I HAUE PRESUMED TO ADIOINE THAT RIGHT EXCELLENT AND SOUND DETERMINATION (CONCERNING OATHS) WHICH WAS MADE BY M. LANCELOT ANDROVVES

      London: Imprinted ... by the Deputies of Christopher Barker ..., 1593.. Three parts in one volume. [30],130,[10],140 [2(blank)]; [4],255,[1(errata)] pp. Small quarto. Old calf, neatly rebacked to style, raised bands, gilt label. Woodcut head and tail pieces. Title slightly smudged and soiled, old tide-mark in gutter of first two gatherings, with faint, shallow shadow of same reappearing in gathering F, visible stubs of early careful strengthening at gutters of gathering C, otherwise, generally a very good, crisp copy, complete with blank 2T4. A revised edition of the work first privately printed in 1591, in an edition of "fourtie copies, or there abouts ..." (Epistle to the Reader). This is one of two variants noted by STC, in this case with the literal date in the title imprint. The three parts have separate titles and independent paginations, but only the third part has a separate register and legitimately appears on its own on occasion. Cosin (1548 - 1597), a graduate of Trinity College, made a considerable mark as an ecclesiastical lawyer. DNB comments on this work: "Far more important was An Apologie: of, and for Sundrie Proceedings by Jurisdiction Ecclesiasticall (1591); only about forty copies were initially printed, but in 1593 Cosin published a greatly enlarged version to refute attacks on the use of ex officio oath made by Sir Robert Beale and the common lawyer James Morice. The Apologie became the standard defence of the jurisdiction of the church courts and high commission." Lancelot Andrewes preached Cosin&#39;s funeral sermon in 1597, and appended to part three of this work is "Quæstionis: nunquid per ius diuinum, magistratui liceat, a reo iusiurandum exigere? & id, quatenus ac quousque liceat?" by Andrewes. ESTC S122948. STC 5821.

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        Kreuterbuch, Künstliche Conterfeytunge der Bäumen, Stauden, Hecken, Kreuter, Getreyde, Gewürtze. Mit eygentlicher Beschreibung derselben Namen, in sechserley Spraachen, Nemlich Griechisch, Lateinisch, Italianisch, Frantzösisch, Teutsch vnd Hispanisch, vnd derselben Gestalt, natürlicher Krafft vnd Wirckung. Sampt künstlichem vnd artlichem Bericht deß Destillierens. Item von fürnembsten Gethieren der Erden, Vögeln, vnd Fischen. Deßgleichen von Metallen, Ertze, Edelgesteinen, Gummi, vnd gestandenen Säfften. Jetzo ... zum Letzten mal von neuwem ersehen, vnd ... gebessert ... mit vollkommenen nützlichen Registern

      Frankfurt, Egenolffs Erben 1593. Fol. (14), 382, (3) Blatt (ohne das letzte weiße) mit Holzschnitt-Titelvignette, Druckermarke am Schluss und über 700 altkolorierten Holzschnitten von Hans Weiditz, Sebald Beham, Konrad Faber und anderen. Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband der Zeit über Holzdeckeln mit Rollen- und Plattenstempeln und 2 Messingschließen. - VD16 L 2425 - Richter, Egenolff 587 - Durling 2850 - Nissen BBI 1228 - Der Plattenstempel (monogr. G B) auf dem Vorderdeckel (92 x 55 mm) zeigt Christus als Erlöser mit Umschrift "Hoc est voluntas eius qui videi filium meo credit in eum habet vitam aeternam". Der Plattenstempel auf dem hinteren Deckel (92 x 55 mm) zeigt die Dreieinigkeit mit Umschrift "Sic deus dilexit mundum ut filium suum unigenutum daret ut omnis qui creditineum". Der Einband wurde fachgerecht restauriert, der Bezug am Rücken und die Vorsätze erneuert; Titelblatt unterlegt, Fehlstellen am Rand unten rechts und links, Impressum-Zeile links und rechts sehr gut retuschiert; Blatt)(2-5 jeweils 2 Löcher, kleiner als 1 cm, Verlust einzelner Buchstabenteile; Blatt)(2 im Rand unten und Blatt)(4-5 im Rand seitlich verstärkt; Blatt)(6 (mit Verfasser-Porträt) als Faksimile auf altem Papier; Blatt **1 Rand rechts und unten ergänzt; Blatt (?)2 weißer Rand 11 x 3 cm ergänzt; Blatt 308-351 im weißen Rand unten stellenweise fingerfleckig und in den Kanten verstärkt, Blatt 326 Rückseite in den letzten 5 Zeilen Verlust einzelner Buchstaben. Im ganzen gutes, weit überdurschschnittlich erhaltes Exemplar -

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        L&#39; Opere di Vergilio

      1593. Fine. VIRGIL. (Publius Vergilius Maro). L&#39; Opere di Vergilio, Cioe Bucolica, Georgica, & Aeneida. Nuovamente da Diversi Eccellentissimi Auttori tradotte in versi sciolti. Venice, Paulo Ugolino, 1593. 8vo. (xivpp.)(1)376ff. Lacking one text leaf (no. 60) and one blank leaf (no. 96). Contains 23 fine woodcut illustrations, 10 of them repeats. Full early calf, spine in five compartments with raised bands, red lettering- piece. Marbled edges. Contains the bookplate of David Garrick, drawn and engraved by L. Wood, with cartouche, garlands, musical instruments and a theatrical mask, surmounted by a portrait bust of the great Thespian himself. Light rubbing to extremities, else fine. $1500.00

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        Epitome Adagiorum Erasmi, Iunii, Cognati, et Aliorum paroimiographon. Post Plantinianam & Parisiesem editionem diligenter recognita, cum ipsis fontibus collata, necessariis aucta, superfluis exonerata, & a multis foedisque mendis expurgata.

      Apun Iacobum Chouet, [Geneva]. 1593 - First Geneva edition. Octavo. ff viii, pp 912, ff liii. Contemporary boards with leather title label. Text in Latin.Top corner cut from front free endpaper. Early manuscript notes to first blank. Early ownership inscription inked over on title-page. Rubbing to covers. Very good. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Brasilia et Peruvia

      Bellissimo esemplare della rara carta del Sud America di Cornelis de Jode, una delle dieci nuove mappe incise per l'aggiornamento dell'atlante edito nel 1593 con il titolo di "Speculum Orbis Terrae" . La mappa è interamnete basata sulla rarissima carta murale di Petrus Plancius del 1592. Incisione in rame, in perfetto stato di conservazione. Molto rara. Fine example of De Jode's second map of South America, based largely upon Petrus Plancius' wall map of the World, published in 1592. This map was one of ten new plates engraved for Cornelis De Jode's 1593 publication of the "Speculum Orbis Terrae", a revised and augmented version of his father's 1578 publication De Jode's map of South America is one of the earliest maps to show the continent of South America alone and the earliest Dutch map of South America. The map provides a fine detailed treatment of the known and explored regions of South America, which had been heavily mapped and explored by the Spanish and Portugese by the late 16th Century. The map is among the very few maps which reference the Straits of Magellan with its earlier name, Estrecho de la Victoria, the name used by Pigafetta in is description of Magellan's voyage, named for Magellan's flagship, which illustrated to the west of the Strait. The map also includes detailed information and annotations on the Unknown Southern Continent. The information incudes a number of place names and annotations. In the interior parrts of South America, the larger river systems are shown, along with annotations describing the regions, flora and fauna. The map reached to Central America and the Caribbean, embellished with ships and sea monsters around the continent. De Jode's map includes a finely detailed treatment of the coastal regions of the continent, along with a number of fanciful features in the interior, including decorative vignettes, native schens, and animals Anversa Antwerpen 430 365

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        Aesopi Phrygis Fabellae Graece et Latine, cum alijs opusculis...

      Venetiis, Apud Haeredes Aloysij Valvassoris, 1593.In-12° (124x70mm), pp. 449, (7), legatura coeva p. pergamena flessibile. Al frontespizio marca tipografica. Numerosissime piccole xilografie di gusto popolare intercalate n.t. più o meno a un terzo di pagina. Testo originale greco con traduzione latina a fronte. Alcuni aloni e firme di possesso dell'epoca al frontespizio e al risguardo. Sparsi aloni e bruniture. Discreto esemplare. Rara impressione cinquecentesca veneziana delle favole di Esopo, corredata di numerose xilografie. Precede la vita di Esopo scritta da Massimo Planude. Di seguito alle favole esopiane figurano, sempre col testo originale greco e la versione latina a fronte, le favole di Gabria, estratti da Macrobio, Aulo Gellio, ecc., la "Batracomiomachia" ("Ranarum et Murium pugna") attribuita ad Omero, i componimenti poetici di Museo, uno scritto di Agapeto Diacono, il "Giuramento" di Ippocrate, la !Galeomiomachia" (ossia la guerra dei gatti con i topi, altro poema eroicomico derivato dal modello dalla "Batracomiomachia"). Indice finale. Manca all'Adams e a STC Italian Books. EDIT16 CNCE 409.

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        Ensemble de plus de 200 pièces et documents manuscrits juridiques divers (dont de nombreuses pièces sur vélin) retraçant le parcours d'une famille de vignerons de la commune de Tauriac (nord de la Gironde - aujourd'hui appellation "Côtes de Bourg"), de 1593 au début du XIXe (Restauration). Il est peu commun de découvrir un tel ensemble suivi d'archives précisant le destin d'une même famille de vignerons de la fin du XVIe siècle au début du XIXe. On y découvre la lente et patiente oeuvre de rachat des parcelles viticoles, les relations de parentés et le détail des fortunes (avec notamment tout le détail pittoresque du mobilier, tel qu'on le relève, au hasard, dans tel contrat de mariage : serviettes, essuie-mains, nappes, une "coëtte remplie de plumes", cuillers, "une poille à frire neuve", coffre de bois, outils : "fausilles", râteau, etc...)

      Ensemble de plus de 200 pièces et documents manuscrits juridiques divers (dont de nombreuses pièces sur vélin) retraçant le parcours d'une famille de vignerons de la commune de Tauriac (nord de la Gironde - aujourd'hui appellation "Côtes de Bourg"), de 1593 au début du XIXe (Restauration). Il est peu commun de découvrir un tel ensemble suivi d'archives précisant le destin d'une même famille de vignerons de la fin du XVIe siècle au début du XIXe. On y découvre la lente et patiente oeuvre de rachat des parcelles viticoles, les relations de parentés et le détail des fortunes (avec notamment tout le détail pittoresque du mobilier, tel qu'on le relève, au hasard, dans tel contrat de mariage : serviettes, essuie-mains, nappes, une "coëtte remplie de plumes", cuillers, "une poille à frire neuve", coffre de bois, outils : "fausilles", râteau, etc...) Sans prétendre à l'exhaustivité, on signalera les dates d'une partie des documents sur parchemin : Un acte juridique manuscrit sur vélin daté de l'année 1593 / Acte sur vélin daté de "May 1608" / Acte notarié sur vélin daté du 24 août 1611 /Un acte juridique manuscrit sur vélin daté de l'année 1618 / Acte notarié sur vélin daté du 7 avril 1620 / Actes sur vélin datés de 1620 et 1628, acte d'achat Vélin 1659 / Acte d'achat sur vélin 1664 / Actes sur vélin datés de 1670, 1675, 1704 / Acte de mariage vélin 1728 / Acte sur vélin daté du 16 décembre 1739 autorisant un héritier à renoncer à la "constitution dottale" pour "s'en tenir à l'institution d'héritier" / Vélin daté de 1744 / Contrat de Mariage sur vélin, daté du 13 mai 1744, conclu entre Bernard Dumeyniou, habitant de la paroisse de Tauriac et de Pétronille Pannis / Vélin 1747 / Achat du 20 Août 1749 / Vélin 1750 / Acte d'achat sur Vélin 1763 / Vélin 1768 Français

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        Lexicon Iuridicum. Iuris Rom. simul et Pontificii a Doctoribus item et practicis in Schola atque foro usitatarum vocum Penus.

      Apud Ioannem Gymnicum 1593 1 vol. fort in-folio reliure postérieure demi-veau blond, dos à 6 nerfs, Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, sub Monocerote [ "sous la Licorne"], Coloniae Agrippinae [ Cologne / Köln], 1593, 4 ff., 1040 pp. et 1 . (avec la marque de l'imprimeur au verso) Etat moyen (reliure abîmée très faible, qq. mouill. marginale) pour cette belle impression de Johannes Gymnicum, orné de sa belle marque d'imprimeur aux deux licornes. Prix en l'état Français

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        Chronicon Carionis expositum et auctum multis et veteribus et recentius historiis

      Ionnen le Preux, (Geneva), 1593. Early Edition. Hardcover (Vellum). Very Good Condition. Small octavo in full manuscript vellum of musical notation in red and black &#151; slightly browned with age, remains of a paper label on the spine. A lovely copy of Melanchthon (1497-1560) and Peucer&#39;s (1525-1602) Lutheran reinterpretation of Carionis&#39;s history. Peucer, who lived wtih Melanchthon and married his daughter, added the sections after Charlemagne and published a revised edition in 1572. A charming counter-reformation era edition of this seminal document of Lutheranism. Title, 31 leaves, 1-573. Size: duodecimo (12mo). Text is clean and unmarked. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilo. Inventory No: 040330. .

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        La figure de la ville de Jerusalem.

      Engraved map of Jerusalem. Köln 1593. 31 x 42 cm.. From Adrichom's Theatrum Terrae Sanctae

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        Satyre Menippee de la Vertu du Catholicon d'Espagne et de la Tenue des Estats de Paris durant la Ligue en l'an 1593. Augmente outre les precedentes impressions, tant de l'interpretation du mot de Higuiero d'Inferno, & qui en est l'Autheur, que du Supplement ou suitte du Catholicon...

      N.p., n.d., Imprime sur la copie de l'annee 1593 . 12mo, a12, B-Z12, aa6, (Q6 mis-signed "R6") 566pp, 2 folding woodcuts, 4 woodcuts in text, 19c. polished calf, fully gilt spine, morocco labels, a.e.g., by Bedford, hinges expertly renewed, a very good copy. An undated, but early, edition of this famous satirical work first published in Tours in 1594. It uses political satire to criticize the excesses of the Catholic League and Spanish pretensions during the Wars of Religion in France. The philosophy of the group of writers who collaborated on its production is that of the "Politiques", a group of moderate catholics who favoured peace, urged a separation of State and Church, sought political accommodation with the Huguenots and encouraged an alliance of the people and the monarchy to save the nation. By the end of the civil wars they had become an exceedingly troublesome thorn in the side of the Catholic League. The text of this biting satire, a major weapon in their fight against the League, was constantly being honed, augmented, and re-published with many editions throughout the 17th century. Of the present edition we find apparently three copies (same number of pages, and imprint), 1 at Bib. Sainte Genevieve, Paris, and 2 copies at Bibliotheque nationale. Nowhere have we found mention of the folding plates present in this copy.

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        Il Trinciante di M. Cervio ampliato et a perfettione ridotto dal cavalier Reale Fusoritto da Narni ... con una bellissima Aggiunta fatta nuovamente dall'istesso Cavalier Reale.

      Appresso Heredi di Giovanni Varisco Con 2 frontespizi, 3 marche tipografiche, alcune iniziali inc. Dedica di Reale Fusoritto da Narni al card. Alessandro Farnese; Dedica di Reale Fusoritto da Narni al card. Felice Perretti di Grottamare. Uno dei più importanti libri di gastronomia del Rinascimento. Cfr B.IN.G. 455; Hensssler, p. 178 Adams, 1,262, n. 1287; Marciana, 338. in 4° cc [4] 68 [2] ultima bianca e 4 bellissime figure inc. in legno a p.p. e 3 tavole.

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        "Africa vera forma, et situs."

      Contemporary hand-coloured engraving, 32,5x45cm Antwerp 1593 Like the three de Jode entries above this beautiful map was newly engraved for the second and last edition of the company's atlas "Speculum orbis terrarum" published by Gerard's son Cornelis. The map is unquestionably one of the most famous among all maps of the African continent. Cartographically it was based on Giacomo Gastaldi (c. 1550) and Gerard Mercator.. A very fine copy in decorative original colour

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        A Priest To The Temple: Or The Country Parson's Character, And Rule of Holy Life. By Mr. G. Herbert, Orator of the University of Cambridge. The Fourth Edition

      1593-1633 Duodecimo, 6 x 3.6 inches. Fourth edition. A12, a4, B-G12, I8. This clean and charming copy is still bound in its original English calfskin binding. The boards are speckled, the spine is tooled in gilt, even the old label is still intact. The front hinge is starting to crack, but the boards are still firmly attached. We may partly distinguish two poets in Herbert. There is, first, the parish priest of early seventeenth-century England who revered his Church as a chaste mother neither 'painted' nor 'undrest;' who deplored the worm of schism eating away the English rose and (to the disturbance of the Cambridge licenser in 1633) saw Religion standing "on tip-toe in our land, Readie to passe to the American strand;" who celebrated with loving particularity and complete security of belief the meaning of God's temple and worship. It is this poet who can be fully appreciated, in Coleridge's works, only by 'an affectionate and dutiful child of the Church;' and it is to Herbert's writings and life that we owe much of our picture of the order, strength, and beauty of seventeenth-century Anglicanism at its best. But church-bells are heard beyond the stars, and the Anglican parish priest meres with the larger poet, with the very human saint who gives fresh and moving utterance to the aspirations and failures of the spiritual life.

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        America Novita Delineator

      Engraved map, 35.6 x 28 cm (11" x 14"), uncolored. Faint soiling, repair of centerfold with archival tape; else fine with crisp impression. Mathhaus Merian (1593-1650) was a well known engraver that would run a publishing house in Frankfurt. This very attractive map of the Americas is based on maps by Blaeu and Hondius (see Tooley & Goss). Part of the charm of this map is the somewhat primitive arrangement of the subject. North America is shown with a prominent Virginia, but with an odd New England coastline. Florida is basically a stub, and the western coastline above California makes the continent look too wide. The Great Lakes have little presence, but the map does feature a large island lake in equatorial South America. The map also includes an inset of Greenland, and you can actually see part of Europe. A rather plan title cartouche, a sea monster and Spanish Galleons decorate the map. Merian's engraved signature can be seen in the lower right. Tooley: The Mapping of America (p.299). Goss: The Mapping of North America (64-67).

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        Les memoires de Messire Philippe de Commines, chevalier, seigneur d&#39;Argenton : sur les faicts & gestes abbregees, de Loys xj. & Charles viij. son fils, rois de France: Auec la vie de mess. Angelo Cattho, archeuesque de Vienne: Plus, deux epistres de Iean Sleidan en la recommandation de l&#39;autheur. Le tout reueu & corrigé de nouueau. Item, vn indice des choses plus remarquables

      [Genève]: Pour Jacques Chouet, 1593. relié. In 12 (8x14,3cm). Nouvelle édition de la version revue et corrigée par Denys Savage avec les épitres de Sleidan, laquelle semble avoir paru pour la première fois en 1579 chez Bonefons, à Paris. Plein Velin souple d&#39;époque à rabats. Titre à la plume et date. Traces de lacets. Le premier feuillet blanc n&#39;a pas été relié. Mouillure très pâle de la p.280 à 330p. Bon exemplaire dans sa reliure ancienne. Père de l&#39;histoire moderne, l&#39;ouvrage de Commynes, qui fixe en outre une règle de conduite politique aux Grands du royaume, constitue la plus grande source de cette période. De 1472 à 1483, après avoir été le conseiller du Duc de Bourgogne (Charles le Téméraire), Commynes passera au service de Louis XI, puis de charles VIII et de Louis XII. Il y brillera par ses talents de diplomate, notamment en Italie ; de ce fait, les Mémoires sont aussi une histoire de l&#39;Europe. On oublie trop souvent que sa carrière exemplaire connut un intermède de disgrâce : s&#39;opposant au jeune Charles VIII par ses idées libérales, il rallia la cause du futur Louis XII (complot visant à enlever Charles VIII). Il fut en conséquence arrêté et enfermé dans une cage de fer à Loches durant cinq mois, en 1488. Jusqu&#39;à aujourd&#39;hui, l&#39;oeuvre étant encore étudiée, Les Mémoires de commynes n&#39;ont jamais failli au succès et à l&#39;intérêt. - Pour Jacques Chouet, [Genève] _1593, In 12 (8x14,3cm), (38) 854pp. (1f. bc.), relié. - relié

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        Arithmetica libri duo, cum commentariis Wilbrodi Snelli R.F [Ensemble] Wilebrordi Snelli R. F. De re nummaria liber singularis

      [Leiden]: Ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1593. relié. In 4 (15,5x19cm). Première édition avec les commentaires de Snellius. L&#39;édition originale de Ramus date de 1669 (Bâle). L&#39;ouvrage de Snellius se trouve en édition originale. Rare. Plein Velin rigide d&#39;époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume (estompé). Une bordure avec quelques manques. L&#39;ouvrage, imprimé en feuillets in 8 a été curieusement relié in 4, le relieur ayant glissé un feuillet vierge in 4 après chaque page in 8, peut-être en prévision des notes du futur possesseur. Dans le second ouvrage : Une mouillue jaune claire sur les premires feuillets en marge basse. Mort en 1572, Pierre de la Ramée fut un important logicien et philosophe de son temps, dont l&#39;enseignement humaniste fit école dns toute l&#39;Europe. Il créa la première chaire de mathématique, en un temps ou cette discipline vulgaire était rejetée par l&#39;université car elle était employée par les marchands et les artilleurs. Protestant, il fut assassiné lors de la Saint Barthélémy. Les commentaires sont de Willebrord Snell van Royen ou Snellius, (1580-1626) mathématicien et physicien néerlandais, profeseur de mathematique à Leide. Il a rédigé de nombreux traités de mathématique et a découvert la loi de réfraction. Le second livre de Snell est un travail de numismatique. Etude sur les monnaies grecques, romaines et israelites et leurs valeurs au cours des âges. Tampon Bibliothèque de Versailles. Vendu. 1835. - Ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, [Leiden] _1613, In 4 (15,5x19cm), 106, [2] p, (8) 72pp., relié. - relié

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        Rerum danicarum Friderico II.

      Inclitæ memoriæ rerum potiente, terra mariq. gestarum historia: Bella ditmarsicum & svecicam maximè memorabilia completens; cum breui recensione eorum etiam quæ in vitam & mortem prædicti regis inciderunt. Insertæ sunt tabellæ aliquammultæ in æs incisæ, quæ singula historiæ capita ad viuum exprimunt & ob oculos ponunt. Studio & opera Gasparis Ens Lorchensis. Accesserunt appendicis loco eiusdem argumenti epigrammata Ioannis Lauterbachii, & alia aliorum elogia. Frankfurt, Petri Fischeri, 1593. Folio. (12),+ 98,+ (2),+ 99-165 s.+ utvikbar grav. plansch,+ 14 dubbelsidiga grav. planscher. Med graverat porträtt och vinjett i texten. Titelbladet fläckigt och delvis uppklistrat på försättsbladet samt med litet hål, enstaka fläckar samt återkommande svag fuktrand. Den stora utvikbara planschen med stor reva, och några planscher skurna inom ram. Samt med bihanget: LAUTERBACH, Johannes. De rebus gestis serenissimi principis ac d.d. Friederici secundi, regia Daniæ, &c. piæ ac felicis memoriæ, epigrammata: Scripta ad Christianum IV. Daniae et Noruuegiæ regem /.../. Frankfurt, Johannes Wechelum, 1592. Folio. 77 s. Med 8 gravyrer i texten och några träsnitt. Hårt fläckig. Nött samtida pergamentband, bakre pärmen med reva och fläckar, med senare för- och eftersättspapper. Ur D. G. Neschers bibliotek, med hans svartstämpel på titelbladet, och en bortklippt äldre namnteckning. KB:s "Dupl" anteckning på främre pärmens insida. Ur Ericsbergs bibliotek, med Carl Jedvard Bondes exlibris. Adams E 186. Bibl. danica III, 58. Zeeberg 61. Rudbeck 1029. Warmholtz 3183. Carlander III, 12ff resp. 564ff. Ej i Thesaurus. Sid. 99-165 behandlar det Nordiska sjuårskriget mellan Danmark och Sverige 1563-70, med planscher föreställande bl.a. sjöslagen vid Ölands norra udde 1564 och Bornholm 1566. Första halvan av boken behandlar det Ditmarskiska kriget 1559, då Johan Rantzau erövrade landskapet Ditmarsken, vilket kom att delas mellan Danmark och Holstein-Gottorp. Gaspar Ens Lorchensis (1570-1636?) var luthersk teolog som skrev och översatte åtskilliga historiska arbeten. Vinhandlaren och myntsamlaren Daniel Georg Neschers (1753-1827) bibliotek var särdeles starkt i svensk historia och det skulle efter hans död säljas på auktion 1828 men inköptes istället av Kungliga biblioteket och därifrån har denna sålts som dubblett, troligen på 1831-års stora dubblettförsäljning

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        Lexicon iuridicum iuris rom.

      simul et pontificii a doctoribus item et practicis in schola atque foro usitatarum vocum penus. Et hic Simonis Schardii i.c. clariss. post omnes omnium vigilias cygneus labor. In hac editione non solùm plurima loca suæ integritati restituta, sed & multa secundò & tertiò repetita, sublata. Studio et opera Rudolphi a Kamphausen transysulani, i.c. clarissimi, & prouinciæ Heinsbergensis præfecti. Catalogum auctorum quorum in hoc Schardij etymologico fit mentio, & ex quibus potissimum est desumptum, statim pòst præfationem inuenies. Köln, I. Gymnicum, 1593. Folio. (8),1-826,829-1040,(1) s. Med träsnittsvinjett på titelbladet. Samtida pergamentbd. Pärmarna lite skeva och ngt fläckade. Inlagan ngt småfläckad och med enstaka marginalanteckningar. Fuktfläckad i början och slutet. Med E. L. Edmans namnteckning daterad 1698 och Olof Rabenius namnteckning på titelbladet. Från Gustaf Adolf Sparres bibliotek och Trolleholm.. Simon Schardius (1535-73) var assessor i Tyskland och skrev flera större juridiska verk. Olof Rabenius (1730-72) blev doktor i juridik vid Uppsala universitet redan 1752 och professor 1766. Med sitt rörliga intellekt och stilistiska färdighet ansåg många att han var en av sin tids främsta jurister. Han skrev bl.a. den första svenska juridiska litteraturhistorien, "De fatis litteraturæ in Suecia commentatio", som dock ej hann fullbordas innan han dog. Den omtrycktes senare i Gjörwells "Thesaurus Sveo-Gothicus"

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