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2010-02-09 18:59:52
SCHARDIUS, SIMON.
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. VD16 S 2281. 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 sin stilistiska färdighet ansåg många att han var en av sin tids främsta jurister. Han skrev bland annat 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". Gustaf Adolf Sparre (1802-86) var justitieminister 1848-56. Efter sin avgång som minister utnämndes han till president i Svea hovrätt och avslutade till sist sin karriär som riksmarskalk från 1864 och fram till sin död. Han ägnade sig även åt forskning i svenska medeltidshandskrifter, i synnerhet rörande svensk adelsgenealogi från denna tid och byggde upp en stor boksamling, vilken efter hans bortgång förvärvades av släktingen Carl Trolle-Bonde på Trolleholm.
Bookseller: Mats Rehnström [Sweden]
2010-02-02 03:05:41
PAUSANIAS.
Nella qvale si contiene l'origine di essa, il sito, le cittá, la religione antica, i costumi, & le guerre fatte da que' popoli. Insieme co' monti, laghi, fiumi, fontane, minere, statue, colossi, tempii, & tutte le cose marauigiose, che l'hanno illustrata. Tradotte dal Greco in volgare dal S. Alfonso Bonacciuoli. Mantova, Francesco Osanna, 1593. 4:o. (26),+ 288, 277-292, 301-464 pp. Title within woodcut frame. Several leaves with browning, som spotting. 17th-century worn calf, spine gilt with raised bands and hole in lower compartments, all edges red. Hoffman III, 51. Schweiger 225. First Italian translation of Pausanias' description of Greece and the first translation to a modern language. Alphonse Bonacciuoli from Ferrara made several translations to Italian from classical Greek authors, among them Strabo in two parts, 1562-65
Bookseller: Centralantikvariatet
2010-01-29 00:59:11
ISOCRATES
[Paris]: Henri Estienne, 1593., 1593. folio. pp. 14 p.l., 427, 131, xxxiiii, [blank leaf], [8], 31, [18]index. Greek & Latin text in parallel columns. woodcut printer’s device on title. woodcut ornaments & initials. contemporary vellum, large blind-stamped arabesque ornament on centre covers (head & foot of spine & upper front joint neatly repaired, staining to lower rear cover, upper edge of rear cover worn). First Estienne Edition. "This important edition of the great Athenian orator Isocrates (436-338 B.C.), with Hieronymus Wolf’s text revised by Estienne, who has contributed 7 useful Diatribae, or Dissertations, represents Henri’s last major work – the Concordantiae of the following year had been compiled in great part by his father – and constitutes his last folio edition of a classical text. It is also the only book to issue from his press that year. Estienne nostalgically recalls more prosperous days in his preface, addressed to Marcus Fugger, whom he reminds of his family’s former generosity towards him." (Schreiber) Appended is the Greek text of the speeches of Aristides, the famous Greek rhetorician of the second century A.D., edited with parallel Latin translation by Dutch humanist Willem Canter [1542-1575]. Renouard p. 155. Schreiber 224. Hoffmann II 473. Adams I-219. Brunet III 467. Dibdin (4th Edn.) II p. 126.. 1st Edition.
Bookseller: D & E Lake Ltd. (ABAC, ILAB)
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2009-11-23 14:43:13
Guicciardini, Lodovico, &] DULCIS, Catharinus
Witeberg [i.e., Wittenberg]: Ex Officina Cratoniana, 1593. Interleaved. A-C8 D1. INCOMPLETE, with 25 leaves only (of 40); lacking D2 through F8. 1 vols. 12mo. Vellum, new endpapers. Bookplate. One interleaf bears manuscript translations into French of two of the anecdotes, in what appears to be an 17th- or early 18th-century hand. Interleaved. A-C8 D1. INCOMPLETE, with 25 leaves only (of 40); lacking D2 through F8. 1 vols. 12mo. Italian as a Foreign Language, Wittenburg, 1593. Rare collection of sayings, anecdotes and jokes written and compiled from Lodovico Guicciardini (1521-1589) by Catharinus Dulcis, for young students of Italian. Dulcis was an itinerant scholar of languages, and evidently the first professor of French and Italian at the University of Marburg, who published this work during a sojourn in Wittenburg in the 1590s. OCLC only records two copies--at the University of Leipzig, and the University of Jena-- and a thorough search of online catalogues throughout Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Italy, and France, and Switzerland, turns up only one other copy, at the University of Gotha, of this peculiar and very interesting book - presumably the first by Dulcis - printed in Wittenberg, whose university provided a home to Martin Luther and Philip Melanchton - and where Prince Hamlet himself studied before returning to Elsinore upon his father's death. The dedicatee of Dulcis' little book makes this Danish-Wittenburg connection all the more intriguing: Dulcis dedicates his book to the learned nobleman, Doctor Holger Rosenkrantz, of Denmark. Albeit incomplete, a … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: James Cummins Bookseller, ABAA [New York, NY, U.S.A.]
2009-03-15 12:10:46
Perkins John
Imprinted . . . in Fleetestreat . . . by Richard Tottel [etc.], London 1593 - Early (?17th century) calf, rebacked, title dusty and strengthened at the inner margin, closely trimmed, some running heads just affected; sound The penultimate sixteenth century edition of one of the classics of English land law, one which Holdsworth pairs with Littleton's Tenures; with a significant portion devoted to the law as it affected women, including a lengthy chapter on dower
Bookseller: Meyer Boswell Books, Inc., member ABAA
2009-02-24 22:11:38
PORTA, GIOVANNI BATTISTA DELLA. - [RENAISSANCE PHYSIOGNOMY]
Hanoviæ (Hannover), G. Antonium, impensis Petri Fischeri Fr.( Frankfurt), 1593. 8vo. (17x12 cm.). Contemporary full vellum. Title with woodcut printer's device. (16), 534, (55) pp. 2 large woodcut portraits (verso of title-page and verso of last leaf in first quire) and numerous woodcuts in the text, depicting human and animal physiognomies. Title-page a bit soiled and a cut in lower right corner (no loss). 3 leaves in Index repaired in lower right corners with loss of a few letters. Otherwise a fine and well-preserved copy. ¶ The rare second edition (being the first edition printed in Germany) of Porta's seminal work, the richly and well-illustrated "Physiognomia", which is considered the founding work on Physiognomy. Giambattista della Porta was an immensely influential Renaissance thinker, scientist and writer, who contributed greatly to the intellectual era of the Renaissance. His groundbreaking work on physiognomies was originally printed in Italy in 1586 and was planned to appear in a second edition in Italy in 1593, but his work had attracted the attention of the Inquisition, and the printing of the work was prohibited. Thus the rare second edition appeared in Germany in 1593, and after 1600, numerous more editions of the work began to appear. He published his last work in 1610.Porta played a seminal role in the development of the academies of the late Renaissance, and he himself established the Accademia dei Segreti (Academia Secretorum Naturae) some time prior to 1580. It met in Porta's house in Naples, and it was devoted to discussion and study of the secrets of n … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
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2009-02-07 16:00:54
(METEREN, EMANUEL van) - FRANS HOGENBERG (ILLUSTR.) - [THE WARS IN THE LOW COUNTRIES - ONE OF 3 KNOWN COPIES ? - ENGRAVED BY HOGENBERG]
(No Place, no Printer, Kölln, Ebda ?), (1593)-1596. Small folio. (28x19 cm.). Contemporary full Dutch vellum over wood, rectangular blind-toolings and blind-tooled centrepieces on covers. Raised bands. Lower corners bumped. A little soiling and brownspots to covers, a few tears and scratches. Internally fine, a few marginal dampstains and a few brownspots, light yellowing to a few quires. There is no standard-collation for this work, so here follows a collation in detail for this copy.Collation Erster Theil: Lacking engraved title. - pp. 1-16 (of ?). - Buch 1-2: 121 + (1) pp., 2 portraits and 21 plates. (lacks pp. 93-94, a plate supposed to be printed on verso ?) - Buch 3: 48 + (2) pp. (mixed roman and arabic numbering), 1 portrait and 14 plates. - Buch 4: 65 + (1) pp. (mixed roman and arabic numbering, faults in pagination), 21 plates. - Buch 5: 57 + (1) pp., 1 portrait and 11 plates. - Buch 6: (1) + 51 pp. and 16 plates. - Buch 7: (1), 39 + (1) pp., 1 portrait and 9 plates. - Buch 8: 51 + (1) pp. and 19 plates - "Register" to 1-8: (10) pp. Collation Andere Theil: Engraved title, showing the re-use of the first title by means of a new printed title-label pasted onto the old lettering in middle of the ornamental engraved title. - Buch 9: (1), 59 + (1) pp., 1 portrait and 6 plates. - Buch 10: (2), 97 + (1) pp., 1 portrait and 12 plates. - Buch 11: (2), 63 + (1) pp. and 10 plates. - Buch 12: 87 + (1) pp., 2 portraits and 18 plates. - Buch 13: 84 pp., 3 portraits and 15 plates. - Buch 14: 83 pp. and 7 plates. - Buch 15: 71 pp., 1 portrait and 6 plates. … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Herman H J Lynge & Søn A/S [Denmark]
2008-11-16 11:36:05
(RAMEE de la (RAMUS Pierre) Pierre SNELL (SNELLIUS) Willebrord
[Leiden]: Ex officina Plantiniana Raphelengii, 1593. relié. In 4 (15,5x19cm). Première édition avec les commentaires de Snellius. L'édition originale de Ramus date de 1669 (Bâle). L'ouvrage de Snellius se trouve en édition originale. Rare. Plein Velin rigide d'époque. Dos lisse avec titre à la plume (estompé). Une bordure avec quelques manques. L'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'enseignement humaniste fit école dns toute l'Europe. Il créa la première chaire de mathématique, en un temps ou cette discipline vulgaire était rejetée par l'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
Bookseller: Librairie Le Feu Follet
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