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        Omnium Romanorum Pontificum Icones EA

      o. Verlagsangabe, 1595., Omnium Romanorum Pontificum Icones, hrsg. 1595, (Buch d. Päpste m. Lebensbeschreibungen in Latein) mit 204 von 237 Holzschnitten, 2 Wappen, in späteren Leder geb. m. goldgepr. Titel auf Rücken, kl 8°, sehr rare Ausgabe, guter Zustand Versand D: 5,00 EUR

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        Registrum Omnium Brevium, tam Originalium, quam Iudicialium, correctum & emendatum ad vetus exemplar manuscriptum [etc.]. Beale T311; S.T.C. 20838. Folio in 6's

      London: In aedibus Ianae Yetsweirt relictae Caroli Yetsweirt [etc.], 1595. Contemporary calf, centered blind lozenges, rubbed, rebacked, a few leaves somewhat crinkled, one leaf stained, else well preserved; the Taussig copy The last 16th century edition of one of the most important of all medieval English law books, likened by Maitland to a medieval cathedral and called by Holdsworth "the basis of the mediaeval common law"; the first book printed by Jane Yetsweirt

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        Holy Land antique map - Ortelius.

      Abrahami Patriarchae peregrinatio, et vitaThe Holy Land map itself occupies the centre and is surrounded by vignettes of the life of the Patriarch Abraham.Very decorative map made by Abraham Ortelius, based on Ptolemy, but mostly on the bible, particularly for the illustrations of Abraham's life from his departure from Ur to his death, depicted in 22 medallions.According to Nebenzahl: "The 'Wanderings of Abraham' is among the most elaborate of Ortelius' compositions. It demonstrates his combined skills as a cartographer and an artist, and his accomplishment as an historian."First plate, from the (rare) Latin edition of 1595. Original hand colouring. Size: 35,3 x 46,6 cm. Price: € 2.950,- (excl VAT/BTW).

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        Assedio e racquisto d'Anversa, fatto dal Sereniss. Alessandro Farnese Prencipe di Parma, &c. Luogotenete, Governatore, e Capitan Generale ne' Paesi Bassi, del Catholico, e Potentissimo Filippo Secondo Re di Spagna. Historia di Cesare Campana divisa in due libri. Con una breve narratione delle cose avvenute in Fiandra, dall'anno 1566 fin al 1584 che cominciò detto assedio; e con l'Arbore de' Conti di Fiandra...

      Vicenza. Giorgio Greco. 1595Cm. 22; pp. (8), 123, 1 bianca. Una bella pianta, più volte ripiegata, di cm. 31x34, con 49 rimandi, dell'Assedio di Anversa. Una tabella fuori testo con "Arbore dei Conti di Fiandra". Cartonato rustico seicentesco con lacci. Piccoli restauri al dorso. Ottimo esemplare 497 / P

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        Annales Suevici sive chronica rerum gestarum antiquissimae et inclytae Suevicae gentis. - Paraleipomenos rerum Suevicarum liber. 4 Teile in 2 Bänden.

      Frankfurt Nikolaus Basse -96 1595 - 6 Bl., 338 S., 9, 4 Bl., 574 (recte 582) S., 13; 6 Bl., 846 S., 22, 1 weißes, 3 Bl., 131 S., 3 Bl. Mit 2 Druckermarken, 5 wiederholten Holzschnitt-Porträts sowie Textholzschnitt von Jakob Züberlein. Fol. (ca. 34,5 x 23 cm). Blindgeprägtes Schweinsleder der Zeit mit Plattenstempel auf allen Deckeln. Erste Ausgabe, selten. - Das voluminöse Hauptwerk des Altphilologen Crusius (1526-1607), die erste Gesamtdarstellung schwäbischer Geschichte und bis heute eine grundlegende kultur- und landesgeschichtliche Quelle. Der geborene Franke Crusius (Kraus) war seit 1554 Rektor der Lateinschule in Memmingen bevor er 1559 eine Professur für lateinische und griechische Sprache an der Universität Tübingen erhielt, er gilt als "Vorkämpfer des Philhellenismus in Europa" (NDB III, 433 nach Zachariades). - Die ersten drei Teile enthalten die schwäbische Geschichte bis 1594, der schmälere vierte Teil die "Paraleipomenos". Die Porträts zeigen den Verfasser, der Holzschnitt Züberleins (Teil III, S. 819) den knieenden Philipp von Schwaben mit seiner Gemahlin Irene. - Etwas gebräunt, ganz vereinzelte zeitgenössische Anstreichungen oder Marginalien, Vorsätze entfernt, die Innendeckel mit Exlibrisspuren. Die Einbände gering fleckig und wenig berieben, nur Band II am unteren Rücken deutlicher braunfleckig (etwas auf den Vorderdeckel ausgreifend), die Schließbänder fehlen. - Sehr schönes Exemplar in besonders reich verzierten Prägeeinbänden, beide aus der selben Werkstatt, aber leicht abweichend. Die klar zeichnenden Platten (85 x 52 mm) zeigen jeweils Iustitia mit den vier Tugenden und als Gegenstück Fortuna mit den vier freien Künsten, dazu Rollendekor mit Tugenden, Reformatoren etc. Nahezu identische Platten verwendete die berühmte Lüneburger Werkstatt von Hans Stern (vgl. EBDB p002078-79), ein sehr ähnlicher Einband ist bei Dumrese, Lüneburg und die Offizin der Sterne auf den Seiten 14 und 15 abgebildet. *VD 16 C 6103. IA 147.899. Adams C 3006. British Museum, German Books, 230. Heyd 112. 4900 gr. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Halbfigur im Dreiviertelprofil nach rechts, im Hochoval mit Umschrift, mit Beiwerk aus dem Tätigkeits- und Lebensbereich der Künstlerin.

      - Kupferstich, von Lucas Vorsterman I (1595 Bommeln oder Zaltbommel – Antwerpen 1675), nach einem Selbstbildnis der Künstlerin von 1622, auf grautonigem Bütten. 32.2:22,1 cm. Ingesamt etwas fleckig und mit Bereibungen, Mitte Rand oben Nagellöchlein, Quetsch- und Knickfalten geglättet. Literatur: Hollstein 214 III (von 4). Lucas Vorsterman I. gehörte der berühmten Stecherschule von P.P. Rubens (1577-1640) an. Gertrude van Veen war die Tochter des bekannten Rubens-Lehrers Otto van Veen (1556-1629) und betätigte sich auf dem Gebiet der Porträtmalerei.

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        Europe

      Antwerp: Ortelius, 1595. Copper-engraved map, with full original colour, Latin text on verso of one half of the sheet, in excellent condition, apart from a small expert repair to the left blank margin, and a small section of the upper blank margin torn away. A superb map of Europe by one of the greatest names in the history of cartography This important map of Europe derives in large part from Mercator's work; Russia from Jenkinson's map; Scandinavia from Olaus Magnus. The relatively modest cartouche shows a partially covered and apparently distraught Europa sitting on the back of Zeus in the form of a placid bull (he, the unwelcome lover of Europa), both gazing toward Europe, curious about its future. Published in a Latin edition of Ortelius' s ground-breaking atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum. van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, 5.

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        De regio Persarum principatu libri tres. Editio altera [ed. Sylburg].

      [Heidelberg], Hieronymus Commelinus, 1595. - 8vo. (12), 378 pp., final blank f. (Bound with): Sylburg, Friedrich. Saracenica, sive Moamethica. Ibid., 1595. (8), 152 pp. Both works have printer's woodcut device to title page. Contemp. blindstamped vellum. I: An uncommon edition. The book was first published by Prevosteau in Paris in 1590 from the author's notes ("ex adversariis"). Essentially the sources drawn on are purely those of ancient writers, both Greek and Latin, from whom there is extensive quotation. Book I is concerned with the Persian rulers and their history, book II with religious and social life, and book III with military organisation and prowess, both ancient and modern. Brisson (1531-91) was a distinguished jurist and author of important works, notably the legal code of Henri III, but no traveller. He was hanged by the "Ligueurs" on 15 Nov. 1591. The "Typographus lectori" makes it very clear how difficult were the circumstances in which Brisson found himself, the very walls of the city being shaken by bombardment, and the shadow of death being seen everywhere, and the very opening paragraph of the text, in which Brisson speaks of "Regii nominis decus, imperii maiestatem, totumque regni statum", has contemporary resonance. Friedrich Sylburg, who acted as editor and proof-reader for the Commelin atelier, has added just a few notes at the end, the preface to these claiming that the original Paris edition of 1590 had been full of errors of transcription and editing. - II: Bound with this is the first edition of Sylburg's "Saracenica", a "theological compilation with many magical deliberations" (cf. Göllner 1878) providing a German Protestant apology against Islam based on works of the Oriental church. Contains extracts from the Panoplia of Zigabenus, a treatise against the "false prophet" Muhammad, the catechism for Saracene converts to Christianity, as well as extracts from Eutychius, Theophanes and Anastasius, printed in Greek and Latin parallel text. The "1591" edition cited by Göllner 1878 (a single supposed copy in Braunschweig) is a ghost, based on a misreading of the indistinct final digit of the imprint. - Binding stained; interior somewhat browned as common due to paper. Provenance: 1) Collection of the German historian Franz Dominikus Häberlin (1720-87) with his engr. bookplate on pastedown and monogrammed stamp on t. p. 2) Wilhelm Gesenius (1786-1842), German orientalist (his lithogr. bookplate on pastedown, with his acquisition note: "bought from D. Katsch [?] for 7 Silbergroschen"). 3) Franz Karl Movers (1806-56), German orientalist (his stamp on t. p.). 4) Hochschule für die Wissenschaft des Judentums, Berlin (stamp on reverse of t. p.; dispersed in 1942). 5) Swedish trade. Two additional 18th and 19th century ownerships ("C.S." and "Dr. Levin"). I: VD 16, B 8335. Adams B 2851. BM-STC German 154. OCLC 23620760. - II: VD 16, S 10353. Adams S 2137. BM-STC German 846. Göllner 2068 & cf. 1878. Smitskamp, PO 48. OCLC 17199693. [Attributes: First Edition; Soft Cover]

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        Les essais de Michel seigneur de Montaigne. Edition nouvelle, trouvée après le décès de l'Autheur, reveue & augmentée par luy d'un tiers plus qu'aux précédentes impressions

      Paris: Abel Angelier, 1595. Small folio, bound in sixes. (12 3/4 x 8 3/8 inches). 3 parts in one. [24], 1-209, [1, blank]; 211-523, [1, blank]; 1-231, [1] pp. Large woodcut printer's device to title [Renouard, Marques Typographiques Parisennes 551], woodcut vignettes and initials. Errata on verso of terminal leaf. Nineteenth century red morocco, bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in gilt the second and third, red morocco pastedowns elaborately panelled in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges First complete edition of Montaigne's Essays, enlarged and editied by his adopted daughter Marie le Jars de Gournay. This works comprises all three parts (two parts only had been previously published in Bordeaux in 1580), complete with Montaigne's final additions and corrections from his unpublished manuscripts, as well as Montaigne's 'Au Lecteur' dated 1580 and Gournay's preface. The latter does not appear in the simultaneous Paris edition by Michel Sonnius. Montaigne's Essays are justly celebrated as the essence of humanist thought during the French Rennaissance and the progenitor of the personal essay as a literary genre. His work, and its focus on the nature of man and his search for self knowledge via life experience, would have a profound influence on writers as varied as Descartes to Emerson to Nietzche and on the fields of philosophy, psychology, education and more. In his his final essay, On Experience, Montaigne, who suffered from kidney stones, writes eloquently on health, medicine and suffering in the 16th century. This copy bound by noted 19th-century French bindery Trautz-Bauzonnet. Adams M-1622; Graesse IV, 579 ("La principale édition de Montaigne, pour authenticité du texte"); Tchemerzine VIII, 408; STC French Books, pg. 317.

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        FESSAE, ET MAROCCHI REGNA AFRICAE CELEBERR. [Et] BARBARIAE ET BILEDULGERID, nova descriptio. [2 cartes du MAROC].

      1595 - [Anvers], Ortelius, 1595. Deux cartes (51 X 39) et (50 X 33) sous cadres en pichepin. DEUX CARTES DU MAROC fin XVIe en coloris d'époque tirées de l'atlas d?Ortelius, le premier atlas moderne du monde. Il s'agit des parties atlantique et méditerranéenne du Maroc. Ces cartes sont ornées d'un grand cartouche décoré, de voiliers et de monstres marins. BELLES CARTES ANCIENNES, RARES, décoratives, en très bel état et bien encadrées. NICE COPY. PICTURES AND MORE DETAILS ON REQUEST.

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        Eglentiers poëtens borst-weringh.Amsterdam, Paulus van Ravesteyn for Jan Evertsz. Cloppenburgh, 1619. 4to. Contemporary vellum.

      Alblas, pp. 50-51; Borst & Verkruijsse, eds., pp. 486-487; Praz, p. 475. First edition, in Dutch, of a remarkable example of the cross-fertilization of English and Dutch literature in the early 17th century. Rodenburgh's Dutch adaption of Sir Philip Sidney's The defence of poesie (1595) and of excerpts from Thomas Wilson's The arte of rhetorique form the theoretical prose core of the present work about poetry and expresses this view as well. Rodenburgh complemented it with a great number of exemplary poems, short verse plays, occasional verse and emblematic poems, both borrowed and original, many published here for the first time.With early notes about the content on an endleaf. With occasional minor stains, mostly in the foot margin, a couple small marginal tears and a few tiny marginal worm holes, but otherwise in very good condition and with generous margins. With the vellum slightly soiled and one headband partly detached, but binding still good. A landmark in the history of Dutch poetry.

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        Fessae, et Marocchi Regna Africae Celeberr

      Antwerp: Abraham Ortelius, 1595. unbound. Map. Engraving with hand color. Image measures 15 1/4" x 19 3/4". This stunning map of the Kingdoms of Fez and Morocco covers the northwestern part of Africa in beautiful detail. Depicts the Barbary Coast and the southern part of Spain and the Straits of Gibraltar, including Madera and the Canary Islands with a note reading "The Canary islands are seven in number, but together with smaller islands there are in fact eleven". The map offers extensive detail on the several tribes and kingdoms in west and north Africa. Topographical and geographical features such as mountains, forests and cities are beautifully rendered in profile.During this time, the Barbary Pirates operated in this area, despite of which Morocco managed to trade sugar, tobacco, gold and leather with France and England.Ortelius based this map on the 1564 Africa map by Gastaldi and maps from Livio Sanuto's Africa atlas. A large inset of the Congo region in the top left of the map was based on Pigafetta's 1591 map of the Congo. A beautifully engraved title cartouche adorns the lower right of the map. Illustrations of ships and a sea monster are included in the Atlantic Ocean.This map was published in the 1595 edition of Ortelius's famous "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which is historically considered the first modern atlas. Based on the Latin text on verso, only 500 copies of this particular atlas were ever printed (van der Broecke 177). The map is in good condition with minimal wear and toning along the original centerfold. Minor foxing in the margins with Latin text on verso. Abraham Ortelius (1527--1598), a Flemish cartographer and geographer, is widely regarded as one of the important and influential cartographers in history. He is known for his "Theatrum Orbis Terrarum," which was the first modern atlas.

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        Carmina Antonii Gigantis Forosemproniensis Exametra, Elegiaca, Lyrica, et Hendecasyllaba.

      Giovanni Rossi 1595 In 4to (cm 21), cartonato coevo (dorso rifatto), pp. (8), 250, (2 bianche). Marca tipografica al titolo. Alcuni fascicoli lievemente bruniti, ma nel complesso ottima copia genuina e marginosa nella sua prima legatura.RARA EDIZIONE ORIGINALE. Originario di Fossombrone, Antonio Giganti compì i suoi studi sotto la guida di Ludovico Panezio da Fano e dello zio paterno Girolamo, che fu letterato e giurista stimato. Grazie a lui il Giganti conobbe il prelato bolognese Ludovico Beccadelli, nunzio pontificio a Venezia dal 1550, di cui divenne fidatissimo segretario fino alla morte di quest'ultimo (1572). Dal 1555 fino al 1560, anno in cui fu richiamato a Roma, il Beccadelli insieme al suo seguito risiedette a Ragusa in Dalmazia. Quivi il Giganti cominciò la sua collezione di oggetti naturalistici, che divenne negl'anni un vero e proprio museo (cfr. G. Fragnito, Compositio memoriae: il museo di Antonio Giganti, in: "In museo e in villa. Saggi sul Rinascimento perduto"?, Venezia, 1988, pp. 159 - 214), si appassionò alla poesia provenzale e scrisse uno dei suoi primi componimenti De irrito piscatu in litore Illyrico (pp. 74 - 75 della presente edizione). Dopo un soggiorno di tre anni a Trento, Beccadelli si trasferì a Prato. Quivi il Giganti ampliò la sua collezione, continuò ad acquistare codici di poeti provenzali ed italiani del Tre - Quattrocento e divenne membro dell'Accademia fiorentina. Alla morte del Beccadelli, il Giganti entrò al servizio del cardinale Gabriele Paleotti, presso la cui residenza bolognese rimase fino al 1597. Fu in questi anni che egli conobbe Ulisse Aldrovandi ed ebbe modo di visitare il suo museo. Si sa che anche Aldrovandi visitò e redasse un catalogo della raccolta del Giganti, ma pare che questa fosse, per dimensioni ed importanza dei pezzi, alquanto inferiore a quella del celebre professore universitario. Giaganti morì a Fossombrone nel 1598. La presente raccolta poetica, cui nel 1598 fece seguito una postuma Appendix ad volumen poematum anno MDXCV editum, comprende gran parte delle traduzioni dal greco al latino e dei versi scritti dal Giganti nel corso della sua vita. Come tali, i componimenti rispecchiano gli incontri che egli fece e i luoghi in cui abitò negli anni e costituiscono un'interessante fonte documentaria per il periodo. In particolare abbondano i riferimenti a personaggi e luoghi bolognesi e ragusani. Molti sono inoltre i versi di altri autori in risposta a quelli del Giganti. Spiccano nella raccolta un componimento sulla Villa Tuscolano di Giovanni Battista Campeggi vicino Bologna, vari versi indirizzati a Gabriele Paleotti, Carlo Sigonio e, ovviamente, al protettore Ludovico Beccadelli, un componimento in memoria di Girolamo Manuzio, figlio di Paolo, morto bambino a Ragusa, carmina sugli ugonotti francesi, sull'obelisco di Sisto V, sul museo di Ulisse Aldrovandi, vari brevi carmina elegiaca in effigiem di Reginald Pole, Gaspare Contarini, Pietro Bembo, Giovanni Morone, Carlo Borromeo, Aldo Manuzio, Trifone Gabriele, Girolamo Mercuriale e tanti altri, un carmen lyricum indirizzato a Laura Battiferri ed uno sul matrimonio di Francesco Maria della Rovere e Lucrezia d'Este. (cfr. D.B.I., LIV, pp. 661 - 663). Edit16, CNCE20970. BMSTCItalian, p. 300. \

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        Ioan. Vaudi Pedemonrani Variarum quaestionum libri 2. nunc recens ab innumeris mendis ... vindicati. Seorsvm accessit Antonii Contii ... Dispvtationvm iuris ciuilis liber 1 angeb.: Antonii Contii Consulti clarissimi Disputationum Iuris Civilisebd. ebd. 1595; angeb. Ioannis Corasii Tolosa... Miscellaneorum Iuris civilis Libri septem, (Köln, Gymincum 1590; 616 S. [11 Bl.] Index

      Hanoviae Guilielmum Antonium (Hanau: Antonius, Wilhelm), 1595. [12] Bll. 337 S. [1] S., [4] Bl., 150 S. mit zwei allegorischen Holzschnitvignetten auf den Titeln. Kl.-8° Blindgeprägter Schweinslederband über füng erhabene Bünde, Deckel mit zeitgenössischem Handschriftbezug zu 1: VD16 V433; umfangreicher Sammelband in reizvollem Einband. Versand D: 2,00 EUR

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        Nicolai Intriglioli patritij Catinensis iuris consulti celeberrimi in almo Catinensi Gymnasio. De feudis tractat in quatuor divisus centurias, cum argumentis, summarijs, numeris & indice materiaru[m] locupletissimo

      Apud Ioan. Franciscum Carraram, Panormi 1595 - In 4, pp. (2) + 568 + (44) di indice + (2b). Fr. inciso e ritratto dell'A. inciso al verso del fr. stesso. Mancanze alla prima e alla ultima carta di sguardia, qualche lieve mancanza al fr. Gora leggera adÂunaÂtrentina di carteÂche diventa piu' insistente suÂtre-quattro carte. Sei carte si presentano molto brunite. Legatura in p. pg. restaurata. Ed. orig., rara,Âdi questoÂtrattato di diritto feudale del catanese Niccolo' (o Nicola) Intriglioli il quale approfondisce in modo particolare la tesi della derivazione del potere baronale dal monarca e il contenuto della giurisdizione feudale. Per l'A. in Sicilia la concessione del misto impero non e' mai implicita nell'investitura feudale ma deve esplicitamente risultare nell'atto e avvenire solo dietro richiesta del beneficiario. Cfr. 'Annuario dell'Istituto storico italiano per l'eta' moderna e contemporanea', voll. 29-30, p. 160. Nicola Intriglioli fu professore di diritto a Catania, poi magistrato a Palermo: 'illustro' moltissime materie del nostro diritto; sciolse molte quistioni legali nei suoi trenta Consigli o responsi e nei trattati su i feudi e le sostituzioni; interpretto' molte legi sicole.'. La Mantia, 'Storia della legilazione civile e criminale di Sicilia', voll. 1-2, p. 74. ITA

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        Frisia Orientalis. Joannes Florianus describebat. Rideriae Portionis facies, ante inundarionem, qui postae sinus maris factus est. - Incidit hec inundatio circa annum 1277 Decembris 25. - Cum privilegio decennali. Altkolorierte Kupferstichkarte von Abraham Ortelius nach Johannes Florianus.

      Antwerpen, 1595. 37,5 x 50 cm, Völlige Neufassung der Ostfrieslandkarte gegenüber der Ortelius-Karte von 1580; Zeigt Ostfriesland zwischen Dollart, Ems und Weser mit dem Wattenmeer und den Inseln Borkum, Juist, \"Boese\", Norderney, Baltrum, Langeoog, Spiekeroog und Wangerooge. 1. Ausgabe dieser Neufassung mit lateinischem Rückentext. Unten rechts Insetkarte mit der Wasserflut bei Emden im Jahre 1277. Oben mittig Kartusche mit Kartentitel, unten links friesisches Paar in Tracht, darunter Meilenzeiger mit Einteilung 1 - 5. Vgl. van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, S. 127, Nr. 83 (1595L47); // Sehr guter Zustand, die Mittelfalz rückseitig verstärkt, 1 kl. Wurmloch. /landkarten Versand D: 5,90 EUR

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        Kst.- Karte, v. Mercator, "Palatinatvs Rheni".

      - mit altem Flächenkolorit, 1595, 33,3 x 41,5 Hellwig/Reiniger/Stopp, Nr. 7.1; - 2. Zustand der 1. Ausgabe mit allen Merkmalen ( = 3. Zeile nicht kursiv, Bogensign. G.). Bugfalte restauriert. - Selten !

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        IACOBI CUIACII IURICONSULTI OPERA. QUAE DE IURE FECIT ET EDI VOLVIT. AB IPSO AUCTORE POSTREMUM RECOGNITA & LIBRIS QUIBUSDAM AUCTA. IN TOMOS QUATOR DISTINCTA, QUORUM CATALOGUS, ET CAPITAA FACIE CUIUSQUE TOMI, EXCEPTO PRIMO, QUI POST PRAEFACTIONEM ILLA TRADIT, CONTINENTUR. ADDIT SUNT INDICES QUINQUEOMNIUM COPIOSISSIMI. CATERA QUAE ALIUNDE EX EIUS RECITATIONIBUS STUDIOSORUM DILIGENTIA VARIE EXCEPITIS, PUBLICE' HACTENUS EXPOSITA SUNT, AUT POSTHAC EXPONENTUR, AUCTOR PRO SUIS NON AGNOUIT; QUIN & EDI PROHIBUIT.

      (1597-1634), Francofurti (Francoforte - Frankfurt) 1595 - Edizione: Prima edizione . Pagine: 16+655+74 index . Illustrazioni: Frontespizio raffigurante molti animali simbolici e motto: "Discite iusticiam monti" . Formato: folio . Rilegatura: Splendida rilegatura coeva in pelle bianca di scrofa con dorso a 6 nervature color avorio intarsiata a secco con medaglia centrale ai due piatti e a cornice le raffiguazioni di famosi giureconsulti, un poco consumata sul piatto inferiore. . Stato: Buono . Caratteristiche: L'autore di Tolosa, giureconsulto, insegnò a Cohors, Va

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        BAYERN. - Karte. "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten. Mit breitem Rand und besonders schönem Altkolorit! Aufwendig gerahmt.

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        Graeciae Universae Secundum Hodiernum Situm Neoterica Descriptio

      Antwerpen,, 1595 - Van den Broecke 146, Zacharakis 1610. - Kupferstich-Landkarte von Griechenland mit den Griechischen Inseln, der Ägäis, einem Teil von Kleinasien und Kreta von A. Ortelius. Aus der lateinischen Ausgabe des Theatrum Orbis Terrarum von 1595, rückseitig mit lateinischem Text. Die wunderschöne, original alte Handkolorierung wirkt erstaunlich frisch. - Leichte Abklatschppuren, ansonsten tadelloses Exemplar auf hervoragendem Papier. - Beautiful original old coloured copper engraved map of Greece by A. Ortelius. Showing Greece with the Greek Islands, Crete, Asia Minor and the Aegean Sea. From the 1595 Latin edition of Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, Latin text on verso. - Slight offsetting, otherwise perfect condition with very good paper quality.

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        HUNGARY: HUNGARIA.

      - Rare Lafrery school map of Hungary embraces the area between Vienna, Styria in Slovenia, Zagreb in Croatia, Belgrade in Serbia and Drohobyczka in the South of Poland. Arnoldo di Arnoldi was a Flemish cartographer, born as Arnold Scherpensiel, who worked with Magini in Bologna between 1595-1600 and Antonius Floriani and Florimi in Siena from 1600 to his death two years later. Matteo Florimi probably did an apprenticeship in the workshops of Antonio Lafrery and Claudio Duchetti and belongs because of his style of engraving to a late Lafrery school. All of his works are rare on the market. This rare map is copied after more common map by Gerhard Mercator, first published in 1585. References: Bifolco – Ronca, p. 388; Tooley, p. 23.

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        Huys-boeck. Vijf Decades. Dat is, Vyftich Sermoonen, van de voorneemste hooftstucken der Christelicker Religie, in dry deelen gescheyden. Waer by nu van nieus noch twee andere schoone wercken des seluigen Autheurs geuoecht zijn. Namelick, Van den oorspronck, afcoemst, ende voortganck aller dwalingen, die oyt by den Heydenen, Joden, ende Christenen geweest zijn, ende noch hedensdaechs gheuonden worden. Ende, Van de Concilien, waerin cortelick wt de Historien verhaelt wort, op wat wijse, met wat nutticheyt, ende hoe vreedsamelick de Heylige Apostelen Christi onses Heeren, inde eerste Kercke, haer Concilium te Jerusalem. Ende ter contrarie met hoe groote schade, ende verstooringe der geloovigen, de Roomsche Pausen, nu vijf hondert Jaren, ende daer over hare Concilien gehouden hebben. Wt de Latijnsche in onse Nederduytsche sprake ouergheset, door Joannes Gerobulus.

      Dordrecht, Abraham, and Isaack Canin 1595. 273 (15), (4) 126 (5) folia. Origineel Perkament met stempels, Folio (Met 5 titelpagina's, fraai origineel exemplaar van dit uiterst zeldzame werk van de Reformator Heinrich Bullinger, 1504-1575. Bullinger was een Zwitserse, protestantse theoloog en reformator. Hij was de opvolger van Huldrych Zwingli als hoofd van de kerk van de stad Zürich. Later bleek dat hij een grote rol speelde in de Reformatie. Uit recent onderzoek is namelijk gebleken dat hij een van de bekendste theologen van de zestiende eeuw was.) 273 (15), (4) 126 (5) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum, Folio (With 5 titlepages, beautiful copy of this extremely rare treatise in pastoral theology by the reformer Heinrich Bullinger, 1504-1575. Bullinger was a Swiss, protestant theologian and reformer. He was the successor of Huldrych Zwingli as head of the church of the city Zürich. Later on it turned out that he played a large role in the Reformation. Recent research shows that he was one of the best-known theologians of the sixteenth century.) Staedtke 1, 102-15-195.

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        Vita Ignatii Loiolae, qui religionem Clericorum Societatis Iesu Instituit.

      - Lugduni, Iacobum Roussin, 1595. Petit in-12, 676 pages, 20 feuillets, trous de vers dans les marges inferieures sur plusieurs feuillets sans atteindre le texte. Plein vélin de l?époque à rabats avec lacets. Pedro de Ribadeneira (1526-1611) est un jésuite espagnol, proche compagnon de Saint Ignace de Loyola. Outre ses missions diplomatiques pour la Compagnie de Jésus (il fut entre autres envoyé aux Pays-Bas pour y déclarer les Constitutions jésuites et contribua à obtenir la reconnaissance de la Compagnie des Jésuites dans les pays du Nord), il est célèbre pour ses ?uvres littéraires, et en particulier pour sa Vie de d?Ignace de Loyola. Témoin oculaire de la vie de Saint Ignace, il la décrit avec un foisonnement de détails et d?anecdotes, qui tend parfois même à atténuer le caractère grandiose des exploits relatés. Mais outre l?expérience personnelle de l?auteur en tant qu?ami et compagnon de Loyola, l?incroyable documentation sur laquelle est basée toute l??uvre a fait de cet ouvrage une référence dès sa parution en latin à Naples en 1572. La première édition en espagnole revue et commentée par l?auteur est parue en 1583 ; d?autres éditions ont suivi, toutes révisées par l?auteur ; l?édition de 1594 semble contenir le texte final. Très bel exemplaire dans son vélin de l?époque. Texte latin. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Aegyptvs Antiqva. Terra suis contenta bonis, non indiga mercis Aut Iouis, in solo tanta est fiducia Nilo. Lucanus 8. - Ex conatibus geographicis Abrahami Ortelij. cum Priuilegio decennali. 1595':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich aus Parergon . b. Abraham Ortelius in Antwerpen, 1595, 36 x 51 van den Broecke, Ortelius Atlas Maps, Nr. 221. - Zeigt Ägypten mit dem Nillauf von der Quelle bis zur Mündung ins Mittelmeer. - Oben links Titelkartusche; rechts daneben Kartusche mit Erklärungen; rechts daneben Insetkarte von Alexandrien und Umgebung. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        La vicissitudine o' mutabile varietà delle cose, nell'universo, di Luigi Regio Francese .

      presso Aldo, Venezia 1595 - In-4 ant. (200 x 144 mm.). pp.(32) + 327 + (1). [32], 327, [1]. Segnatura: [pigreco]4; a4; [chi]/a8; A-V8 ; X8. Legatura in piena pergamena. Bellissimo frontespizio istoriato. Bell'esemplare. Prima edizione italiana fatta a cura del ferrarese Ercole Cato, oggi principalmente ricordato come traduttore de «L'agriculture et maison rustique» dell'Estienne e quale cofondatore dell'«Accademia degli Intrepidi». Il Regio, francese di modesta condizione sociale, lavorò come traduttore e commentatore di autori greci e come professore al Collège de France. Quest'opera, suo unico ma tutt'altro che trascurabile originale contributo alla storia delle idee, è il primo trattato di filosofia della storia pubblicato in lingua francese. Bibliografia: Adams, L, 534. Renouard, 235; Olschki, Choix, V, 5176: "les livres VIII et IX traitent des Arabes et altri Mahometani, Turchi, Corasmeni, Tartari.dove si fa mentione dello stato del gran Cane del Cathaio, del Moscovito., Livre XI contient "navigationi non mai per prima tentate, & scoprimento di Terre nuove dell'antichità non conosciute". Molini, p. 164. Michaud, XXIV, 257. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Kat‡stasis [Graece & Latine].

      Paris Federicus Morellus 1595 - Bound with: Idem, Peri enyptioon. [Graece]. Ð Ibd., 1586.Idem, Liber de Insomniis. [Latine]. Interprete A. Pichonio. Ð Ibd., 1586.Kat‡stasis: 16 p. (Greek text), 8 p. (Latin text). Bound between quires A and B of the Greek text are 8 pages of: Syneius. Homiliae . Paris, Morel , 1600.Peri nypn’on: 56 p.De insomniis: (10) (Epistola nuncupatoria), 31 leaves, (1) leaf Errata.Adams S-2212, 2204, 2205; Hoffmann III, 464-466. First separate editions of all works.Marginal waterstaining, notes on front fly-leaves. 19th century red morocco, inside dentelle, spine gilt, triple gilt filets on both covers. Synesius (c. 373 - c. 414), neoplatonist, bishop of Ptolemais in the province Cyrenaica in todayÕs Libya. Kat‡stasiv describes the fall and ruin of that province. De insomniis liber, a book on the reasonableness of Dreams, written about 402, is deeply influenced by the Neoplatonists Plotin and Porphyry. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Gran,Strigonium,Braun Hogenberg, a. 1595 Etching, edited by Brau

      Braun/Hogenberg "Civitates ." - Gran,Strigonium,Braun Hogenberg, a. 1595 Etching, edited by Braun Hogenberg, Civitates orbis terrarum, Part V, french edition, anno 1595, size of the leaf: 40 x 54 cm., little brwonsih. "STRIGONIVM GRAN" [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Vademecum. Das ist: Ein künstlich New Artzneybuch

      - So man stets bey sich haben vnd führen kan. In fürfallender Not sich Hülff daraus zuerholen, wider allerhand Kranckheit des menschlichen Leibes, vom Haupt an bis auff die Fussohlen. In gewisse Capitel und richtige Ordnung gebracht und mit guten, heilsamen, schlechten, einfeltigen und zusammen gesetzten Mitteln aus vieler Hochgelährter Leute Bücher gezieret. Sampt eines vornemen erfarnen Münchs Experiment, welcher zur zeit Friderici des ersten Churfürsten zu Sachsen gelebet und in sehr grossem Beruff gewesen. Dergleichen zuvor niemals also in Druck kommen. E.A. Leipzig. Johann Beyer. MDXCV. 1595. Titelblatt zweifarbiger Druck. 12 Bl.+508 S.+Register (komplett). Fotokopien ergänzen fehlende Seiten (S. 23/24 und die letzten 7 S. Register, manche Seiten mit Papierbrei ergänzt) auf gebräuntem Papier. (einige Textanstreich.). Neuerer Einband ca. 1850 restauriert. Hld.-2/3)Bild einer Seite. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Huys-boeck. Vijf Decades. Dat is, Vyftich Sermoonen, van de voorneemste hooftstucken der Christelicker Religie, in dry deelen gescheyden. Waer by nu van nieus noch twee andere schoone wercken des seluigen Autheurs geuoecht zijn. Namelick, Van den oorspronck, afcoemst, ende voortganck aller dwalingen, die oyt by den Heydenen, Joden, ende Christenen geweest zijn, ende noch hedensdaechs gheuonden worden. Ende, Van de Concilien, waerin cortelick wt de Historien verhaelt wort, op wat wijse, met wat nutticheyt, ende hoe vreedsamelick de Heylige Apostelen Christi onses Heeren, inde eerste Kercke, haer Concilium te Jerusalem. Ende ter contrarie met hoe groote schade, ende verstooringe der geloovigen, de Roomsche Pausen, nu vijf hondert Jaren, ende

      Dordrecht, Abraham, and Isaack Canin 1595 - 273 (15), (4) 126 (5) folia. Origineel Perkament met stempels, Folio (Met 5 titelpagina's, fraai origineel exemplaar van dit uiterst zeldzame werk van de Reformator Heinrich Bullinger, 1504-1575. Bullinger was een Zwitserse, protestantse theoloog en reformator. Hij was de opvolger vanHuldrych Zwinglials hoofd van de kerk van de stad Zürich. Later bleek dat hij een grote rol speelde in deReformatie. Uit recent onderzoek is namelijk gebleken dat hij een van de bekendste theologen van dezestiende eeuwwas.) 273 (15), (4) 126 (5) folia. Contemporary blind-stamped Vellum, Folio (With 5 titlepages, beautiful copy of this extremely rare treatise in pastoral theology by the reformer Heinrich Bullinger, 1504-1575. Bullinger was a Swiss, protestant theologian and reformer. He was the successor of Huldrych Zwingli as head of the church of the city Zürich. Later on it turned out that he played a large role in the Reformation. Recent research shows that he was one of the best-known theologians of the sixteenth century.) Staedtke 1, 102-15-195

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        Speculum vitae aulicae. De admirabili fallacia et astutia vulpeculae Reinikes libri quatuor ...

      Frankfurt a. M., (Nicolaus Basse) 1595.. Kl.-8°. (10) Bl., 465, (17) S. mit Druckermarke in Holzschnitt u. 57 (9 wdh.) Holzschnitten von Jost Amman. Prgt. mit goldgepr. Rückenschild.. Adams II, 705. Andresen I, 350, 221. Becker, Amman 5 g. Graesse VI, 82. Goed. II, 106, 112, 5. Menke II, 6. VD 16, R 1016. - Vierte Ausgabe der lateinischen Bearbeitung des Reineke Fuchs durch Hartmann Schopper (1542-1595). Der 1567 erschienene Erstdruck von Schoppers Reineke Fuchs war mit 40 Holzschnitten von Virgil Solis ausgestattet. - Rückenschild erneuert, kl. Fehlstelle am Fuß unauffällig restauriert, Bildverlust bei der Druckermarke unauffällig ergänzt, St.a.T., die Holzschnitte vereinzelt in etwas schwachem Abdruck, stellenweise zeitgenöss. Anstreichungen mit Tinte, sehr gutes sauberes Exemplar.

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        Actionum Iuris Civilis [Bound With] Lucerna Causidicorum

      1595. The Reception of Roman Law in Germany Oldendorp, Johann [1480-1567]. Actionum Iuris Civilis Loci Communes, Ad Usum Forensem Accommodati, Et Tractatus de Forma Investigandae Actionis In Iudicio Proponendae, Item de Formula Libelli, Per que Editur Actio, Ubi Etiam Explicatio Adijcitur de Usitatis & Salutaribus Libellorum Clausulis, & de Postitionibus & Articulis. Cologne: Apud Ioannem Gymnicum, 1595. [viii], 104, 102 pp. [Bound with] Treutler, Hieronymus. Lucerna Causidicorum, Id est, In Iurisprudentiam Romanam, Praesertim Vero Tam Cameralem, Quam Communis fori Processum, Annotationes Aureae, Hieronymi Treutleri, Ut ad Caussas Obtinendas Summum Momentum Habere, Facile Quivis Reipsa Deprehendere Possit. Cologne: Excudebat Seruatius Erffens, 1612. 203 [i.e. 199], [4] pp. Octavo (6" x 3-3/4"). Contemporary vellum with lapped edges, faint early hand-lettered title to spine. Light soiling, a few minor stains to boards, minor worming to rear hinge, partial crack between front free endpaper and title page of Actionum. Woodcut printer devices, head-pieces, tail-pieces and decorated initials. Light toning to text, faint dampspotting in places, internally clean. Ex-library. Bookplate to front pastedown. * Oldendorp: third and final edition; Treutler, only edition. The two titles in this volume are fine examples of the reception of Roman law in the German states during the early modern era. Both are the work of fairly distinguished lawyers. Actionum Iuris Civilis is a treatise on actions and defenses in Roman law. Its first two editions were published in 1539 and 1549. Lucerna Causidicorum is a textbook on Roman jurisprudence. Both are scarce. OCLC locates no copies of Lucerna Causidicorum in North America, 5 copies of Actionum Iuris, 4 in law libraries, none of the third edition. Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachbereich Erschienenen Drucke des 16. Jahrhunderts O543; Das Verzeichnis der im Deutschen Sprachraum Erschienenen Drucke des 17. Jahrhunderts 1:012574X.

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        Marius Nizolius sive Thesaurus Ciceronianus post nunquam fatis laudatas op

      Basileae [Bâle]: Sebastianum Henricpetri [Sebastian Heinrich Petri], 1595. Fine. Sebastianum Henricpetri [Sebastian Heinrich Petri], Basileae [Bâle] 1595, (20p.) 1626 col. (11p.), in-folio (20,5x33cm), relié. - Basel edition, supplemented and enriched by Basil Zanchi, Marcello Squarcialupi and Caellii Secundi Curionis. Brand of printer (allegorical scene forge) inset on the title page and large vignette on the back of the last leaf, the same pattern with frame composed of Renaissance allegorical characters. Some initials, a headband and a cul-de-lamp. Lexical Concordance originally published in 1535 under the title Mr. Tullium Ciceronem Observationes in Latin text in two columns of 85 lines. Cardboard posterior shabby: the back is missing. Lined paper margins on the back of the title page. Angular lack filled in sheet 1-2 in upper margin with small affect the text. Some pale foxing, foxing. Browning of paper features German and Swiss papers of that time. Like the Tabula Aurea (gold table) Bergama to the work of Thomas Aquinas, The Thesaurius Ciceronianus is essential to read the huge corpus of vocabulary work of Cicero and indispensable to its study, including teaching. Renaissance found in Cicero's classic, she exhumed the manuscripts and editions abound; it is the Latin author the least controversial and most studied, both in the religious world as civil, hence the need for this lexicon for determining the correct reading his work. "This book, very useful for the understanding of Cicero, first appeared under the title of Observationes in Ciceronem eg Prato Albuini (Brixiae), 1535". (Brunet IV-84). --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Edition de Bâle, complétée et enrichie par Basile Zanchi, Marcello Squarcialupi et Caellii Secundi Curionis. Marque de l'imprimeur (scène allégorique de forge) en médaillon sur la page de titre et grande vignette au verso du dernier feuillet, au même motif avec encadrement Renaissance composé de personnages allégoriques. Quelques lettrines, un bandeau et un cul-de-lampe. Concordance lexicale initialement parue en 1535 sous le titre Observationes in M. Tullium Ciceronem Texte en latin sur deux colonnes de 85 lignes. Reliure en plein cartonnage postérieur défraîchi : le dos est manquant. Papier doublé en marge au verso de la page de titre. Manque angulaire comblé au feuillet 1-2 en marge supérieure avec petite atteinte au texte. Quelques pâles mouillures, rousseurs. Brunissures du papier caractéristiques des papiers allemands et suisses de cette époque. A l'instar de la Tabula Aurea (table d'or) de Bergama pour l'oeuvre de Thomas d'Aquin, Le Thesaurius Ciceronianus est le lexique indispensable à la lecture du corpus énorme de l'oeuvre de Cicéron et l'élément indispensable à son étude, notamment à son enseignement. La Renaissance a trouvé en Cicéron son grand classique, elle en exhumera les manuscrits et les éditions abonderont ; il est l'auteur latin le moins contesté et plus étudié, tant par le monde religieux que celui civil, d'où la nécessité de ce lexique déterminant pour la lecture correcte son oeuvre. «Cet ouvrage, d'une grande utilité pour l'intelligence de Cicéron, a paru d'abord sous le titre d'Observationes in Ciceronem, ex Prato Albuini (Brixiae), 1535». (Brunet IV-84).

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        Notae in evangelicas lectiones, quae per totum annumdiebus in Ecclesia catholica recitantur. Opus ad pie meditandum ac simul ad precandum Deum accommodatum, & nunc primum in lucem editum.

      Friburgi Helvetiorum, ex officina typographica Abrahami Gemperlini, Anno M.D.XCV, 1595,. in-8°, 8 Bl. (Titelbl. mit Holzschnittvign.) + 1194 S. + 10 Bl. (Impressum: Friburgi Brisgoiae, Excudebat Martinus Böcklerus, impensis Abrahami Gemperlini. / Anno M.D.XCV.), hs. Ex-Libris auf Titelblatt: 'de Paolo Ant: Pavensi - 1719' und 'G: Van Diemen', Pergament Einband d. Zeit, Rücken auf 4 Bünden mit hs. Titelei. Schönes Exemplar.. Rare. La BCU de Fribourg n'est en possession d'aucun exemplaire, ni la Bibliotheque Nationale Suisse ou l'ensemble des bibliotheques de la Suisse-Romande (Rero).Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Bosson, L'Atelier Typographique de Fribourg (Suisse) N° 53; Horodisch, p. 34; Schnürer n° 55, p. 125-127. Sommervogel / de Backer -; BCU Fribourg -; Helveticat -; Rero -.

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        Magni Hippocratis medicorum omnium facile principis, Opera omnia quae extant in VIII sectiones ex Erotiani mente distributa. Nuc recens latina interpretatione & annotationibus illustrata, Anutio Foesio mediomatrico medico authore .

      Apud Andreae Wecheli Heredes., Francofurti 1595 - Legatura settecentesca in piena pergamena con nervi e titolo oro su tassello in pelle scura al ds. Applicate ai piatti le pergamene originarie con fregio a secco centrale. Piccole macchie e margini scuriti della legatura, ma buono stato nel complesso. Interni ottimi, salvo pallidi aloni sulle ultime carte, qualche piegatura in poche pagine e uno o due strappetti senza alcuna lesione del testo. Provenienza: Birmingham Medical Institute (timbretti al margine inferiore di alcune carte). Durling, 2319; Walleriana, 4489; Wellcome, 3176. Folio (cm. 36,6), 10 cc.nn., 50 pp, (di cui le ultime 20 numerate per colonna), 232 pp. (id est 224, di cui le ultime 6 pp. numerate per colonna - le ultime 3 con errore di numerazione), 157 pp., 1 c. bianca, 144(2) pp., 382(4) pp., 253(4) pp., 393 pp (di cui le ultime 16 numerate per colonna), 1 c. bianca, 45 pp. (di cui cui le ultime 8 pp. numerate per colonna), 20 cc.nn. (compreso il colophon con marca tipografica al verso). Testo in greco e latino. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Vite di tredici confessori di Christo scelte da divrsi autori et nel volgare italiano ridotte dal P. Gio. Pietro Maffei della Compagnia di Gesu'

      Sabbio, Brescia 1595 - In 8, pp. (4) + 551 + (1b). Testatine, capilettera e finalini xilogr. Legatura in p. pg. settecentesca. Edizione originale con le vite di: San Malachia, Sant'Antonio abate, San Pacomio, San Benedetto, Sal Martino vescovo, San Fulgenzio vescovo di Ruspa, Sant'Anselmo arcivescovo di Cantuaria, San Bernardo abate, Sant'Othone vescovo di Maberga, Sant'Antonio da Padova, San Tommaso d'Aquino, beato Lorenzo Giustiniano, beato Andrea vescovo di Fiesole. ITA

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        Helvetiae descriptio. Carte gravee de la Suisse. (Aus: Franz Hogenberg, Theatrum orbis Terrarium de Abraham Ortelius).

      Anvers / Antwerpen, 1595 ou 1601,. 34 x 45.5 cm, gravee sur cuivre et coloriee a la main. papier legerement bruni, petite fente au bas du plis de la page. Texte en latin au verso, avec lettrine coloriee. 1 feuille / 1 Blatt.. Please notify before visiting to see a book. Prices are excl. VAT/TVA (only Switzerland) & postage. Blumer 59; Koeman III, 4900:31; Broecke 115.2.

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        Discours politiques et militaires du Sieur de la Noue

      A Lyon: Pour Daniel Bellon, 1595. Fine. Pour Daniel Bellon, A Lyon 1595, Fort in-16 (8x12,5cm), (32) 1019pp. (36) Sig : ã8 ãã8 A-Z8 Aa-Zz8 Aa-Vv8, relié. - New edition, after the original was published in 1587. Beaux culs-de-lamp separation. Full vellum lap of the day. Back three nerves, as in pen. Traces of laces and number of the pen on the second TV. All slices blue. Good copy. Speech compounds when De la Noue was a prisoner of King Philip II in the Netherlands at the castle of Limburg (1580-1585), in quite difficult conditions for five years. The edition comprises 26 different speeches, including the wars of religion, the state of the nobility, military strategy, historical memories, a dissertation on the philosopher's stone ... The book quickly became a classic in the field of militaria and Napoleon the first mentioned later as the Bible of the soldier. This great captain, was nicknamed Bras-de-fer or Bayard Huguenot exiled in Geneva after his release (we exchanged against more illustrious prisoners), he brought his manuscripts which he published and met Theodore Beza. --- Please note that the translation in english is done automatically, we apologize if the formulas are inaccurate. Contact us for any information! - [FRENCH VERSION FOLLOWS] Nouvelle édition, après l'originale parue en 1587. Beaux culs-de-lampe de séparation. Reliure en plein vélin ancien à recouvrement de l'époque. Dos à trois nerfs, titre à la plume. Traces de lacets et numéro à la plume sur le second plat. Toutes tranches bleues. Bon exemplaire. Discours composés au moment où De la Noue était prisonnier du roi Philippe II aux Pays-Bas au château de Limbourg (1580-1585), dans des conditions assez difficiles durant cinq années. L'édition réunit 26 discours différents, notamment sur les guerres de religion, l'état de la noblesse, la stratégie militaire, des mémoires historiques, une dissertation sur la pierre philosophale... L'ouvrage devint rapidement un classique dans le domaine des militaria et Napoléon 1er le citera plus tard comme la Bible du soldat. Ce grand capitaine, qu'on surnomma Bras-de-fer ou le Bayard huguenot, s'exila à Genève après sa libération (on l'échangea contre plusieurs illustres prisonniers), il y apporta ses manuscrits qu'il fit éditer et rencontra Théodore de Bèze.

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        Kurtzer Bericht: Von der Curation der rohten Ruhr oder Dysenteriae, so jetziger zeit in der Statt Marpurg eyngerissen, wie sich hierinn gesunde und krancke zuverhalten. Von den Professoribus Medicae Facultatis daselbsten dem gemeynen Mann zu gutem in Truck verfertigt.

      Marburg, Paul Egenolff, 1595.. 4°. Mit breiter figürl. Holzschn.-Titelbordüre u. Holzschn.-Druckermarke. 16 S., Mod. marmor. Ppbd.. Erstausgabe dieser seltenen Infektionsordnung der Stadt Marburg, die nur regionale Verbreitung fand. - Die sogenannte "Rote Ruhr" war eine bis ins 19. Jahrhunderts meist epidemisch durch den Dysenteriebazillus auftretende Infektionskrankheit, die sich besonders in einer Entzündung der Dickdarmschleimhaut äußert. Die Verbreitung der Erkrankung erfolgte durch Berührung mit den bazillenhaltigen Stuhlentleerungen und wurde durch Hände, Wäsche, Fliegen, infiziertes Wasser oder Nahrungsmittel übertragen. Die Rote Ruhr entwickelt im Darm Geschwüre, die fast die ganze Schleimhaut zerstören und die Darmwand durchbrechen und häufig zum Tod der Erkrankten führte. - Der vorliegende Bericht hauptsächlich mit Ernährungsratschlägen. - Ecken etw. bestoßen. Eine zeitgen. dreizeilige Randbemerkung. Schwach gebräunt bzw. fleckig. - VD16, K 2733 (nur drei Nachweise u. so wie die einzige weitere Ausgabe des 16. Jahrhunderts nicht in der BSB München); nicht bei Durling, Wellcome u. Adams.

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        The CHILDREN In The WOODS: Being a True Relation of the inhuman Murder of Two Children of a deceased Gentleman in Norfolk .... this wicked Uncle ... contrived to have them destroyed by two Ruffians

      [Boston]:: Sold at the Bible & Heart, in Cornhill.. (n. d.).. Folio. 12-1/2" x 8-1/8". 1st printing thus, and evidently the 3rd US edition (Evans 19401; Ford 3015; Rosenbach 101). Single sheet, verse in thirty-eight stanzas, triple column. First line: "Now ponder well, you parents dear." Followed by two additional stanzas of verse entitled: "A Word of Advice to Executors.". Edgewear & worming, with some minor loss of text. Faint fold lines.. Unobtrusive expert tissue mends. In lower margin, in a period hand,. is inked: "Lycia Pratts Verses". A Fair - Good copy.. A popular childhood ballad, first registered at Stationers' Hall in 1595, the piece also subsequently published as "The Babes in the Woods." Shipton & Mooney record the first US edition as 1768(?), followed by the Heart & Crown imprint of the 1770s (no copy located, though see Rosenbach 64), then this Bible & Heart version, ca 1785 (date from Evans). A quite rare 18th C. US children's broadside. . Crude woodcut of the fighting ruffians, to the left of the sub-title.

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        BAYERN. - Karte. "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      - Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten, mit Rand und kräftigem Altkolorit. Im Ganzen gering gebräunt.

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        "Bavariae, olim Vindeliciae".

      . Altkol. Kupferstich von Ortelius nach Philipp Apian, 1595, 39 x 49 cm.. Van den Broecke 110. - Mit altkolorierter Kartusche, Meilenzeiger und dem bayerischen Wappen. - Eine der schönsten Altbayernkarten, mit Rand und kräftigem Altkolorit. Im Ganzen gering gebräunt.

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        Sammelband mit 3 Titeln, wobei die beiden ersten Titel (Statius-Text sowie Abhandlungen etc. zu Statius von Bernaerts) zusammen verkauft wurden. 1. Publius Papinius Statius: P. Statii Papini Opera quae extant, Ioh. Bernartius ad libros veteres recensuit & scholiis illustravit; 2. Jan Bernaerts: Ioh. Bernarti(i) Ad P. Stati(i) Papini(i) Thebaidos et Achilleidos, scholia, Ad Sylvadum libros, notae. In quibus & aliorum scriptorum varii loci illustrantur & explicantur; 3. Jan Bernaerts: Ioh. Bernarti(i), Ad Stati(i) Papini(i) Sylvarum libros, commentarius. In quo cum aliorum scriptorum, tum praecipue antiquorum patrum & iurisconsultorum varii loci illustrantur & explicantur. Jeweils 1. Druck bzw.1. Druck der Statius-Editon von Bernaerts. 3 Teile in 1 Band.

      Antwerpen, Plantin und Moretus (Ex Officina Plantiniana, apud Ioannem Moretum), 1595 u. 1599.. 429(1) S., 1 Bl., 169(1) S., 3 Bll., 2 Bll., 130 S., 4 Bll. Mit 3 Holzschnittdruckermarken (jeweils auf dem Titel) sowie im 1. Titel zusätzlich mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf separatem Blatt am Schluß des Bandes. 8°, Pergament der Zeit mit etwas Blindprägung (Rücken mit 5 Doppelfileten und 4 Lilienfleurons, Deckel mit dreifachen Fileten, 4 Lilieneckfleurons und zentralem, rautenförmigen Fleuron).. Einband etwas berieben; hinterer Deckel etwas gewölbt; Innendeckelbezüge (Spiegel) und Vorsätze mit etwas Papierverlust im Bereich des Bundes durch Wurmfraß; erste Bll. mit winzigem Wurmgang im Bundsteg; leicht stockfleckig und gebräunt; vereinzelt etwas tinten- oder fingerfleckig; erste Bll. des 1. Titels in Fuß- und Seitensteg etwas wasserfleckig; die letzten 4 Bll. des letzten Titels angerändert (kleine Randausrisse, Randknickspuren - kein Textverlust); einige Tintenunterstreichungen und Tintenmarginalien von alter Hand; Vorsätze und Spiegel mit Eintragungen von alter und älterer Hand; 2 alte Besitzvermerke auf dem Titelblatt des 1. Titels. Die ersten beiden Titel, gedruckt 1595, wurden zusammen verkauft, während der 3. Titel wohl eine Art Ergänzungsband zu dieser Statius-Edition Bernaerts darstellt. Jan Bernaerts (1568-1601); flämischer Jurist, Historiker und Philologe aus Mechelen (Malines); Schüler von Justus Lipsius (Joost Lips). Zum 1. und 2. Titel: Graesse VI, 480/ Adams II, S 1677/ BM STC: Dutch Books, 193; zum 3. Titel: Adams I, B 747.

      [Bookseller: AixLibris - Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek]
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        Precetti della militia moderna, tanto per mare quanto per terra, trattati da diversi nobilissimi ingegni, & raccolti con molta diligenza

      Venice / Venetia: Heredi di Marchio Sessa. 1595. Hardcover. Very Good. 1595 impression. 8vo, bound in half vellum, paper-covered boards (ca. late 19th/ early 20th C.), gilt leather spine labels, pp. (8), 59 (1) with 10 full page woodcuts and in-text woodcuts as well. Nice crisp copy, with Prince Liechtenstein's bookplate. Includes much on bombs, exploding arrows, mines, and other explosives. Classic Italian Renaissance military treatise.

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        Lettres Amovrevses D'Estienne du Tronchet, secretaire de la Royne mere du Roy. Avec Septante Sonnets Traduits du diuin Petrarque, & au pied de chaacun, vn Anagramme de ses Amis.

      A Lyon: Pour Paul Frellon et Abraham Cloqvemin, 1595. - Octavo. 323pp. First published in Paris, 1575. Limp vellum, repaired. Some foxing and browning within; very good. OCLC locates only 5 copies of this edition.

      [Bookseller: Sam Gatteno Books]
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        Itala nam tellus Gaecia Maior erat

      Antwerp, 1595. Copper engraving, 34 x 48 cms, recent hand colour, Latin text on verso. First published in the 1595 edition of the ?'Parergon?' (see below), this map of southern Italy depicts the ancient Greek colonies. Map

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        THE FLORENTINE HISTORIE Written in the Italian tongue, by Nicholo Macchiavelli, Citizen and Secretarie of Florence And translated into English by T B [Thomas Bedingfield] Esquire

      London: Printed by T. C. [Thomas Creede] for W. P. [William Ponsonby]. 1595. First English Edition. 222 pages. Decorated with woodcut engraved ornamental title page and engraved head and tailpieces. Tiny (3mm deep) chip to the fore edge of the title page and the first few leaves are just a little browned but overall a lovely clean and crisp copy with good margins. Lacking the blank terminal leaf. finely bound in recent 'Grolier' period style full calf binding. Spine with five raised bands. Compartments ruled, lettered and fully decorated in gilt. Burgundy title label, gilt. Triple blind ruled border on boards, surrounding a triple blind ruled panel which frames an elaborate decorative onlay and gilt design. A lovely copy in a fine period style binding of this rare work. "The first example in Italian literature of a national biography" (Britannica). "In the Florentine Histories Machiavelli has the chance to make the protagonists speak in their own voices to persuade or dissuade their fellow-citizens to uphold or reject a course. He can show deliberative rhetoric in action, and make ancient Florentines speak to the Florentines of his times to urge them with powerful and wise words not to imitate the errors that caused the decline of the city." Maurizio Viroli, Machiavelli. In 1520, Machiavelli was commissioned by Giulio de' Medici to write an account of the history of Florence. The book he produced "is the first example in Italian literature of a national biography, the first attempt in any literature to trace the vicissitudes of a people's life in their logical sequence, deducing each successive phase from passions or necessities inherent in preceding circumstance, reasoning upon them from general principles, and inferring corollaries for the conduct of the future." (Britannica). It is all the more unusual because Machiavelli followed the humanist style "of inventing speeches. Even though he was not present and could not have been present, he puts appropriate speeches into the mouths of actual historical figures as if they were characters in a play of his... Fact, in their [the humanists?'] view, needs to be filled out with opinion, and it is the duty of the historian, in the absence of scribes and witnesses, to infer human intention and to make it explicit in speeches, adding sense to actions in order to arrive at truth." (Harvey Claflin Mansfield, Machiavelli's Virtue). The Florentine Historie was not a dispassionate, purely factual account, but a tribute to "Machiavelli's desire to write a history that would inspire all lovers of the common good of man in whatever age or nation." The speeches he fabricated, the motivations behind the events he wrote about "are developed beyond dramatic requirements into expositions of social and political truths suggested by Florentine events." (Allan Gilbret, Machiavelli). Because "his historical context includes both the facts of his time, which would have influenced his writing of history, and the historiography characteristic of his time, together with the conception of history underlying those historiographic methods," he created a far more complete image of Florence than could ever be garnered from an impersonal examination of the city's archives (Mansfield). With translator's dedication and Machiavelli's own Introduction ("Proeme"). (Pollard and Redgrave 17162.)

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        Les essais de Michel seigneur de Montaigne. Edition nouvelle, trouvée après le décès de l'Autheur, reveue & augmentée par luy d'un tiers plus qu'aux précédentes impressions

      Paris: Abel Angelier, 1595. Small folio, bound in sixes. (12 3/4 x 8 3/8 inches). 3 parts in one. [24], 1-209, [1, blank]; 211-523, [1, blank]; 1-231, [1] pp. Large woodcut printer's device to title [Renouard, Marques Typographiques Parisennes 551], woodcut vignettes and initials. Errata on verso of terminal leaf. Nineteenth century red morocco, bound by Trautz-Bauzonnet, spine with raised bands in six compartments, lettered in gilt the second and third, red morocco pastedowns elaborately panelled in gilt, marbled endpapers, gilt edges First complete edition of Montaigne's Essays, enlarged and editied by his adopted daughter Marie le Jars de Gournay. This works comprises all three parts (two parts only had been previously published in Bordeaux in 1580), complete with Montaigne's final additions and corrections from his unpublished manuscripts, as well as Montaigne's 'Au Lecteur' dated 1580 and Gournay's preface. The latter does not appear in the simultaneous Paris edition by Michel Sonnius. This copy bound by noted 19th-century French bindery Trautz-Bauzonnet. Adams M-1622; Graesse IV, 579 ("La principale édition de Montaigne, pour authenticité du texte"); Tchemerzine VIII, 408; STC French Books, pg. 317.

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        Sachsenspiegel Auffs newe ubersehen, mit Summarijs und newen Additionen, so aus den gemeinen Keyserrechten, und vieler vornemer dieser Lande Doctorn bericht und Rathschlegen,... Durch den Hochgelahrten Herrn Christoff Zobel,... zugericht. Leipzig, Valentinus Vögelinus, 1595. Tit., 4 Bll., DXLIIII (eigentlich 540) Bll., 42 Bll., Kolophon. Mit TVign, 1 Holzschn. m. Wappen u. Schlussvign. Gr.-4°. Blindgepr. Halb-Pergament-Einband d. Zt. mit Rotschnitt (berieben).

      1595. . VD 16, D 756; Adams S. 46; STC, 343; Ebert 19711b; ADB XLV, 382f.- Text auf Lateinisch und Deutsch.- Letzte Ausgabe des 'Sachsenspiegel' im 16. Jahrhundert., 5. Ausgabe des Leipziger Juristen Christoph Zobel (1499-1560), posthum überarbeitet von seinem Schüler Georg Menius.- Der Sachsenspiegel, ein Meilenstein deutscher Rechtsprechung, wurde von Eike Repgow im frühen 13. Jahrhundert niedergeschrieben. Zobels Überarbeitung, zusammen mit einer Übersetzung in das Lateinische, wurde erstmals 1535-37 veröffentlicht und war im ganzen 16. Jahrhundert sehr angesehen. Ihre besonderen Eigenschaften sind die zusätzlichen Quellen, wie z.B. die 'Bulla Gregorii' oder das detaillierte 'Repertorium', ein thematischer Index zu dem umfassenden Werk.

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        Katastasis [Graece & Latine].

      Paris, Federicus Morellus, 1595.. Bound with: Idem, Peri enyptioon. [Graece]. - Ibd., 1586.Idem, Liber de Insomniis. [Latine]. Interprete A. Pichonio. - Ibd., 1586.Katastasis: 16 p. (Greek text), 8 p. (Latin text). Bound between quires A and B of the Greek text are 8 pages of: Syneius. Homiliae ... Paris, Morel , 1600.Peri nypnion: 56 p.De insomniis: (10) (Epistola nuncupatoria), 31 leaves, (1) leaf Errata.Adams S-2212, 2204, 2205; Hoffmann III, 464-466. First separate editions of all works.Marginal waterstaining, notes on front fly-leaves. 19th century red morocco, inside dentelle, spine gilt, triple gilt filets on both covers. Synesius (c. 373 - c. 414), neoplatonist, bishop of Ptolemais in the province Cyrenaica in today's Libya. Katastasiv describes the fall and ruin of that province. De insomniis liber, a book on the reasonableness of Dreams, written about 402, is deeply influenced by the Neoplatonists Plotin and Porphyry..

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