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        ORTELIUS:"Britannicarum",ancient map, anno 1603, contemporary co

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, Theatrum orbis terrarum, latin edition anno 1603. the ancient generalmap of GB, plate size: 367 x 511 mm., contemporary coloured map, margins cracked, but the surface of the map is in good condition. Reference: vdB Nr. 192 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: Hammelburger Antiquariat]
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        GA aus der Vogelschau, darunter 6-spaltiger Typentext, "Olissippo quae nunc Lisboa, ciuitas .".

      - kol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 36,5 x 47 Fauser, Nr. 7860. - Prachtvolle Ansicht aus halber Vogelschau mit zahlr. Schiffen auf der Reede vor der Stadt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Chorographica descriptio Ciuitatis Cocheimensis ex orientali parte facta . Anno M.D.LXXVI und" Exactissima Ciuitatis Monasteriensis in Campo Meyfeldensi site Chorographica def.".

      - altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 36,8 x 41,6 Die älteste Ansicht von Cochem, erschienen im 5. Bd. der Städtechronik von Braun und Hogenberg zusammen mit der Ansicht von Münstermaifeld auf einem Blatt.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Nikolaus Struck]
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        Vltraiectensis Episcopatus.':.

      - Kupferstich v. Johannes Metellus aus Germania Svperior 38. Inferior Qvae Etiam Belgivm Dicitvr, 16. Tabvlis Aeneis Descripta . b. Johan Christoph in Köln, 1598, 15 x 19,5 Meurer, Atlantes Colonienses. Die Kölner Schule der Atlaskartographie 1570-1610, Met 5, 53. - Zeigt die niederländische Provinz Utrecht. - Oben rechts Titelkartusche. - Selten! (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Schlosberg, die Clause, in Alpibus Tirolensibus [Klause und Schlossberg bei Reutte] - Monument. occursus Imp.Caroli V. et Ferdinandi fratris. [Monument am Brenner]

      Köln ff Kolorierung Den Haag 1690-1700 1598 - Altkolorierter Kupferstich mit dem Kolorit von Anna Beek unter Verwendung des Kupferstichs aus Braun-Hogenberg "Civitates Orbis Terrarum". 2 Ansichten auf 1 Blatt Bildausschnitt (rote Umrandung) je 39,3 x 26,5 cm, Blattgr. 53 x 62 cm. Nebehay-Wagner 108/V/59b+c. Zu Anna Beek siehe Wurzbach, Niederl. Künstler, I,68. - Im Auftrag des niederländischen Statthalters und englischen Königs Wilhelm III von Oranien-Nassau kolorierte und "vergrößerte" Anna Beek (1657-1717) eine Reihe von Ansichten, in dem sie das Originalblatt auseinander schnitt, auf größerem Papier - mit Zwischenraum - montierte und dann mit ihren bekannten, kräftigen (leuchtenden) Farben kolorierte. Sie verwandte Ansichten von Braun-Hogenberg, Janssonius oder Merian, die dann nach der Kolorierung zu einem großen Ansichtenwerk zusammengebunden wurden. Die Qualität des Kolorits ist in etwa vergleichbar mit dem legendären Kolorit des van Santen aus dem Atlas van der Hem. Der Atlas wurde in den 50er Jahren des 20. Jahrhunderts aufgelöst und der Band der österreichischen (und südtiroler) Ansichten kam geschlossen in den Besitz des ehemaligen Artaria-Mitarbeiters Hans Philipp Gutacker, seine Erben verkauften sie ebenfalls geschlossen an ein Antiquariat im Rheinland. Alle Blätter sind in dieser Art Unikate. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Nova relatio historica de statu rei Christianae In Iaponia, et de Qvabacvndoni, hoc est, monarchae Iaponici trucidatione binis epistolis

      Ioannis Albini, Mainz 1598 - RARE FIRST EDITION FIRST EDITION. 8vo. pp. 93 (i.e. 95) (i). Roman letter. Small woodcut printer’s device on title, woodcut initials, head and tail-pieces, light general browning (poor quality paper). A good copy in modern calf antique. Rare first edition of these two important and detailed letters by Frois, the first concerning the state of the Christian leaders and Jesuit missions in Japan in 1595 and the second dealing with the death of Hidetsugu the nephew and retainer of Hideyoshi (referred to in this letter by his common name Taicosama). The Portuguese Jesuit Frois was one of the leading members of the Jesuit mission in Japan and his reports are highly esteemed for their attention to detail and concrete data. By the 1590s the predominately Jesuit Christian mission in Japan had made considerable progress, with nearly three hundred thousand converts. Frois worked for some years under the Provincial of India in charge of reporting on East Asia to the church in Europe, and in 1563, at the age 31, he arrived in Japan, at Nagasaki. In 1565 he journeyed to Kyoto, but with the downfall of his protector, Ashikaga Yoshiteru, he was forced to take refuge in Sakai. In 1569 he met Nobunaga, (the first of the great Japanese Generals who nearly unified Japan under his leadership) and received permission to proselytize. He spent the ensuing years in missionary work while writing The History of Portuguese Territories in East India. In his capacity as interpreter he travelled widely in Japan, was party to much inside information on affairs of State and witnessed many of the events that shaped Japan for some 250 years. The first letter is a general review of the year recounting events of especial importance with respect to the Society, dealing with particular places and Jesuit residences, providing detailed accounts of their political, social and religious circumstances. The second work is an extraordinary account of the death of Hidetsugu who was nominally the regent of Japan or Kanpaku, though all power effectively resided with his uncle Hideyoshi. Hideyoshi had made Hidetsugu, his only relative, his heir, though with the birth of Hideyoshi’s son in 1593 to his mistress, this situation became untenable. Finally, in 1595, Hidetsugu was accused of plotting a coup and ordered to commit suicide, his allies were banished and his children and mistresses executed, with the exception of his one month old daughter. Frois’ account is particularly detailed and knowledgeable giving much detail on the complex political background to the events and paints a picture of Hideyoshi as a cruel and vindictive leader. A good copy of these important letters from a most important period in Japanese history. BM STC C16th Ger. p.324. Streit, IV, p. 498. Not in Cordier, Japonica. Latin [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        C. Cornelii Taciti opera omnia qvae exstant. Quorum index pagina sequenti. I. Lipsivs denuo castigauit, & recensuit.

      Lvgdvni, apvd Ant. Gryphivm (Lugduni, apud Ant. Gryphium / Lugdunum - Lyon; Anton auch Antonius, Antoine - Gryphius) M.D.C.XCVIII. (1598).. 906, (50) Seiten. Mit Titelvignette u. gestochenem Druckerzeichen auf der letzten Seite. Vergoldeter Ledereinband der Zeit. (Einbandrücken mit großen Fehlstellen. Titelblatt mit handschriftlichem Eintrag u. angestaubt. Wenige Seiten gering fleckig u. mit geringen Knickspuren). 12,5x8x6 cm. Publius Cornelius Tacitus (* um 58 n. Chr.; um 120) war ein bedeutender römischer Historiker und Senator.

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        Iaponiae Insulae, map, anno 1603, Ortelius, contemporary full co

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Iaponiae Insulae, map, anno 1603, Ortelius, contemporary full co Coppermap, edited by Abraham Ortelius, in Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin edition, anno 1603, full coloured, little brownish on margins, some old restorations on margins. Plate size: 358 x 465 mm. Reference: vdB Nr. 165: "Luis Teixeira, a Portuguese cartographer, sent Ortelius in 1592 two maps of China and Japan (Hessels letter 210) which are based on unknown sources (Meurer p. 253 - 254). Although as early as 1617 the more accurate map of Japan by Blancus appeared, this map retained influence until more than 50 years after another milestone map of Japan appeared, the Martini map of 1655". Since the middle ages Japan was depicted as Chipangu or Zipangu. The Portuguese reached Japan in 1542. Till in 1641 all foreigners, except the Dutch, had to leave the Country. The missionaries offered the most cartographic information about Japan. The data from the Jesuits was accordingly revised by the official Portuguese cartographs, like Fernao Vaz Dourado. He gave Japan the shape of the back of a tortoise, like it was depicted already in the second half of the sixteenth century. Thanks to the close contact between Ortelius with Luis Teixeira, the most modern map in 1595 was added to the Theatrum. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        The First Part of Symboleography, Which may be termed the Art, or description, of Instruments and Presidents [with] The Second Part of Symboleography . . . Whereunto is annexed another Treatise of Equitie [etc.]. Two Volumes in One. S.T.C. 25269 and 25278

      London: [1] Thomas Wight and Bonham Norton [2] Thomas Wight, 1598 & 1601. Early panelled calf, quite rubbed, first title darkened, a few leaves frayed and the upper margin cut close (no text affected), usable; the Taussig copy Early expanded editions of West's extensive work, "the first comprehensive collection of legal forms and precedents to be published in English", encompassing conveyancing, equity, merchants' affairs, the Exchequer, Star Chamber and Wards and Liveries

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        DELLA ESPUGNATIONE ET DIFESA DELLE FORTEZZE-INSTRUTTIONE DE BOMBARDIERI

      TORINO, Gio. Domenico Tarino 1598 - BUSCA MILANESE, Gabriel. - (2 raros tratados militares del siglo XVI. Magnificos grabados. GRAESSE, Tº 1., p. 580). 1) DELLA ESPUGNATIONE ET DIFESA DELLE FORTEZZE. DI GRABIELLO BUSCA MILANESE. LIBRI DUE.". Impreso en TURINO, Dominico Tarino, MDXCVIII (1598). En 4º, enc. de epoca en pergamino, 14 h., 260 p. 6 grandes laminas grabadas en madera, a doble pagina. 2) INSTRUTTIONE DE BOMBARDIERI DEL SIG. GABRIEL BUSCA MILANESE. CONTENENTE UN BREVE TRATTATO DELLE COSE PIU UTILI A SAPERSI PER TALE ESERCITIO. Impreso en TORINO, Gio. Domenico Tarino, MDXCVIII (1598). 87 p. Numerosos grabados dentro del texto. Magnifico ejemplar. [Attributes: Soft Cover]

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        Le Court Leete et Court Baron Collect per Iohn Kitchin de Greis Inne

      1598. Copy of Kitchin's Court Leete, Et Court Baron from Library of Thomas Parker, First Earl of Macclesfield Kitchin, John [c.1520-c.1590]. Le Court Leete et Court Baron Collect per Iohn Kitchin de Greies Inne un Apprentice in Ley. Et les Cases & Matters Necessaries pur Seneschals de Ceux Courts a Scier, & Pur les Students de les Measons del Chauncerie. Ore Novelment Imprimee, & Per le Author Mesme Corrigee, Ouesque Divers Novel Additions, Come Court de Marshalsey; Auncient Demesne, Court de Pipowders, Essoines, Imparlance, View, Actions, Contracts, Pleadings, Maintenance, & Divers Auter Matters. [London]: In Aedibius Thomae Wight, & Bonhami Norton, 1598. [xii], 289, [3] pp. Octavo (6" x 4"). Contemporary calf, blind rules and small blind-stamped initials "GW" to boards, raised bands and later lettering piece and small hand-lettered shelf labels to spine. Light rubbing to extremities, a few minor scuffs to boards, corners bumped small tears to head of spine, pastedowns loose, later armorial bookplate of the Earl of Macclesfield to verso of front board, small embossed Macclesfield stamp to head of title page. Moderate toning to text, faint dampstaining and soiling to preliminaries, light foxing in a few places. Early owner signature of Thomas Parker to head of title page, markings and brief annotations in his hand to the margins of several leaves. A nice copy with an interesting association. * Later edition. First published in 1579 Kitchin's work is an important source of information on local courts and government. By outlining the differences between the previously undivided court, Kitchin, along with Coke, helped lay the foundations of modern legal theory. "In fact Kitchin was doing on a small scale what Coke was doing on a grand scale. Both were representatives of that school of literate Elizabethan lawyers...whose great and enduring work was the adaptation of medieval law and institutions to modern needs. Imagination necessarily played some part in this process of adaptation; and thus they are responsible not only for the enunciation of the rules of modern law, but also for legal and historical theories, the soundness of which was considered by many generations of lawyers and historians to be as incontestable as their statements of law." This copy belonged to Thomas Parker [1666-1

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        De Gymnasio Patavino commentariorum libri sex : quibus antiquissima eius origo & multa preclara ad Patavium pertinentia: doctoresq. clariores usq; ad an. 1571 : ac deinceps omnes, quotquot in eo floruerunt, & florent : eorumq. controversiae : atq. alia memoratu dignissima recensentur : opus ut non amplius pertractum : sic studiosis antiquitatis valde expetendum. Cum duplici indice, altero capitum, altero praecipuarum rerum capitibus comprehensarum. 1. Druck.

      Padua (Patavii), Francesco Bolzetta, 1598. - 4 nn. Bll., 148 num. Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel sowie einigen Holzschnittvignetten, Holzschnittzierleisten und Holzschnittinitialen. 4°, einfacher Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts. Einband etwas fleckig, berieben, bestoßen und beschabt; vorderes Innengelenk teils angeplatzt; Vordervorsatz im Bereich des Bundes etwas geknittert; Titel mit Ausschnitt in der unteren Ecke (kein Textverlust); gering stockfleckig; manchmal Anstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand in Tinte; kleiner Stempel und alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel; Besitzvermerk "Johann Beckmann Göttingen 1778" verso Titel; Paginierung zwischen den Blättern 24 und 28 fehlerhaft (auf Blatt 24 folgen Bl. 27, Bl. 26, Bl. 25 und dann Bl. 28 - nur die Paginierung ist falsch, der Text ist in der korrekten Reihenfolge eingebunden). Enthält eine Geschichte der Universität Padua und ihrer Lehrer von der Gründung (1222) bis zum Jahr 1571(1598); den größeren Teil des Werkes nimmt der Zeitraum von 1520 bis 1598 ein - neben Listen und teils auch kurzen Biobibliographien der Professoren (u.a. zu Andreas Vesalius) stellt der Verfasser des öfteren seine eigene Person in den Vordergrund; auf den Blättern 132 und 133 mit 2 Seiten zur Ermordung der Vittoria Accoramboni im Jahr 1585. Antonio Riccoboni (1541-1599); bedeutender italienischer Philologe und Historiker; Schüler von Carlo Sigonio, Paolo Manuzio (Paulus Manutius) und Marc Antoine Muret (Marcus Antonius Muretus); Professor an der Universität von Padua; Gegner von Joseph Scaliger, der ihn in seiner Entrüstung nur noch Porcus Ricobonus genannt haben soll (Zedler). Graesse VI, 110/ Adams II, R 496/ BM STC: Italian Books, 555/Jöcher III, Sp. 2090/ Zedler XXXI, Sp. 1509. LA [Attributes: Hard Cover]

      [Bookseller: AixLibris Antiquariat Klaus Schymiczek]
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        Stadtratsmandat - Ordnung, Ansehen und Anleitung unserer gnedigen Herren, Herren Burgermeister, klein und grosser Rähten der Statt Zürych, antreffend den Catechismum und Kinderbericht uff jrer Landtschafft : auch das Examinieren, Verhören und Underrichten deren Personen, so sich in Ehstand begeben wöllen &c..

      Zürich, [Johannes Wolf], 1598. Kl.4°, 6 Bl. (Bogensignaturen: A ), Titelholzschnitt, Moderner Kart.-Umschlag, Durchgehend fleckig und einige Marginalen von alter Hand. Preis in CHF: 500. VD 16 Z 602, Vischer N 83.

      [Bookseller: Antiquariat Peter Petrej]
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        Discours of voyages into ye Easte & West Indies.

      London, [printed by John Windet] for John Wolfe, [1598]. - 4 parts in 1 volume. Small 2o (28 x 18 cm). With engraved title-page, 9 engraved folding maps (including a detailed map depicting Arabia, Persia and India) and 3 engraved folding views. All newly engraved after the Dutch edition. Further with 4 woodcut maps in text and engraved maps on the 3 part-titles. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum, later spine-label and ties; recased, with modern endpapers. Kept in modern slipcase. First edition of the English translation of Linschoten’s highly important work, opening the East for trade by the Dutch and the English. Until its publication no other book contained any comparable amount of useful information on the East and West Indies and it soon became required reading for all navigators sailing to the East. With chapters on the coast of "Arabia Felix" (that is, the southern coast of the Arabian peninsula), the island of Ormus and Islamic India. Also with a detailed map depicting Arabia, Persia and India by Langren. The interior has been taken from Gastaldi via Mercator’s world map of 1569, but has been given interesting improvements: "The surprising fact about the representation of the [Arabian] peninsula is the close resemblance of the outline to that of a modern map when compared with other engraved maps of the time. There is a vague suggestion of the Qatar peninsula, which is not seen again until the nineteenth century" (Tibbets). - The book is divided into four parts. The first treats the East Indies, including eastern Africa and Arabia and extending to regions as far east as Japan. The second book describes the navigation of the coasts of West Africa around the Cape of Good Hope to Arabia, together with the coasts of the New World. Book three, based on the discoveries of the Portuguese Royal pilot Diego Affonso, contains sailing directions from Portugal to India, and instructions for sailing in the East Indies, from island to island. Similar instructions are given for the New World, particularly Brazil and Spanish America. Book four contains detailed information on the taxes and other income that the King of Spain extracted from his territories, both at home and overseas. - With the maps and plates trimmed closely to the edges and only one unobtrusively restored tear. A very good copy, with only a few occasional spots. Binding recased but also in very good condition. Alden/Landis 598/57. Borba de Moraes, p. 488. Sabin 41374. Cf. Nave, Philologia Arabica 22. For the map of Arabia, Persia and India: Tibbets 46 & p. 23. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, anno 1571, lat.Ausg., 69 Karten auf 53

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Ortelius Abraham,Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, lat. Ausgabe, anno 1571. Folio, 43x30 cm. Unter Verwendung eines blindgeprägten Schweinsledereinbandes, datiert 1582, neu gebunden. Der Einband wurde sorgfältig gereinigt. 8 Blatt, 53 Kupfertafeln, 29 Blatt. Die ersten 8 Blatt lat. Text vermutlich aus einer Ausgabe des Jahres 1595. Mit 53 doppelblattgr. Kupfertafeln mit 69 Karten. Der Kartenbestand ist vollständig. Die letzten beiden Blätter fehlen. Weltkarte, Amerika, Asien, Afrika wurden einer anderen Ausgabe des Jahres 1571 entnommen und sindin der Mittelfalz restauriert, geringe Fehlstellen sorgfältig nachgezeichnet. Unten knapp beschnitten. Die Rückseite der Asienkarte oben alt mit Tinte beschrieben, die Vorder-und Rückseite der Afrikakarte ebenso alt mit Tinte beschrieben; jeweils nicht die Karte betroffen. Leicht gebräunt, fleckig, stellenweise stärker, teilw. etwas wasserrandig. Einige kleine Randrisse, Transilvanien mit hinterlegtem Randeinriß am oberen Blattrand, bis an die Einfassungslinie. 4 Karten (Europa, Großbritannien, Spanien und Portugal) mit Fehlstellen und geringem Bildverlust (Wurmfraß) im Bund. 2-3 Karten mit kleinen Wachsflecken, Schlesien mit Randabschnitt rechts (ausserhalb der Karte), Italien mit kleiner Fehlstelle im Bild. BEI INTERESSE ÜBERSENDEN WIR IHNEN EINE CD-ROM MIT ALLEN KARTEN UND MÄNGELN, BESICHTIGUNG NACH RÜCKSPRACHE IST MÖGLICH. BITTE KLICKEN SIE DEN UNTEREN LINK AN, UM EINE VERGLEICHBARE, KOMPLETTE AUSGABE 1571 VON ORTELIUS ZU BESICHTIGEN. Second edition of Ortelius Atlas Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, latin text, 8 leaves (from an other 1595 edition), with 53 double-page engr. plates with 69 maps. The first 4 maps from another 1571-edition, below margin cutted, some restored wormholes. Slight browning and spotting, some waterstaining. Some mostly small marginal tears, wormholes with little loss. Wax stains to circa 3 maps. wide marginal tear to map of Silesia (outside of the map, map is ok), small abrasion to map of Italy. Lacking the last 2 leaves text. FOR SERIOUS INTERESTS WE SEND A CD ROM WITH ALL MAPS. PLEASE KLICK THE BELOW LINK AND YOU WILL FIND THE COMPLETE 1571 EDITION. Abraham Ortelius (Ortels, Orthellius, Wortels, * 2. April 1527 in Antwerpen; † 28. Juni 1598 ebenda) war ein flämischer Geograph und Kartograf. Er entstammt einer von Augsburg in die südlichen Niederlande eingewanderten Familie. Er studierte erst bei seinem Onkel Jakob van Meteren und dann auf eigene Initiative Griechisch, Latein und Mathematik in Antwerpen. Ortelius war zunächst Karten- und Buchhändler, bildete sich aber zum Kartografen weiter. Laut John Vermeulen hat Ortelius mit seinem Zeitgenossen Gerhard Mercator zusammen gearbeitet. Am 20. Mai 1570 erschien seine erste Ausgabe vom Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, der ersten Sammlung von Landkarten in Buchform. Atlanten trugen damals noch nicht diesen Namen. Diese Sammlung wurde zwischen 1570 und 1612 in 42 Ausgaben und in 7 Sprachen veröffentlicht: Latein, deutsch, flämisch, französisch, spanisch, englisch und italienisch. Anders als seine Berufskollegen referenzierte er klar die Quellen seiner Karten und Texten. Das Werk enthält unter anderem eine Abbildung der bis 1492 bekannten Welt und war damit bereits zum Zeitpunkt der Kartenerstellung rückblickend. Weiterhin häufiger referenziert wird eine Karte von Ortelius mit Europa, Mittelmeer, Nordafrika und Arabien im Fokus die aus dem Jahr 1601 (andere Schätzung: 1603 bis 1612) stammt. Sie trägt den Titel Geographia sacra (heilige Geografie) trägt und weiterhin eine verkleinerte, eingebettete Weltkarte enthält. Die Detail-Eintragungen wurden primär für die Levante und Mesopotamien vorgenommen, also mit den in der Bibel erwähnten Orten bis hin zum Versuch Orte aus der biblischen Paradiesbeschreibung zu fixieren. Allein schon die Darstellung der Flussläufe in Mesopotamien fällt dabei eher ungenau aus. Das Werk existiert in mehreren Versionen mit wechselnden Textfeldern und wurde oftmals coloriert. Es wurde unter anderem in d [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Aden, Arabiæ Foelicis emporium celeberrimi nominis.; Mombaza; Quiloa; Cefala.

      1598 - Cologne, c. 1598, French text edition. Original colour. 340 x 475mm. Four map-views on one sheet, published in the first volume of the Civitates Orbis Terrarum, the first series of printed town plans. The views are of four of the most important ports in the Indian Ocean: the upper half of the sheet is dedicated to Aden, with Mombasa (Kenya), Kilwa (Tanzania) & Sofala (or Beira, Mozambique) underneath. French text on verso. KOEMAN: B&H 2.

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        Macedonis expeditio, Ortelius A., anno 1603

      Ortelius Abraham, 1527-1598 - Macedonis expeditio, Ortelius A., anno 1603 Copperengraving, edited by Abraham Ortelius, latin edition anno 1603, "ALEXANDRI MAGNI MACEDONIS EXPEDITIO." "IOVIS AMMONIS ORACULUM" Plate size 364 x 464 mm., contemporary coloured, cracked on margins, the surface of the map is in good condition. Reference vdB, Nr. 222: "numerous classical authors, specificalli Archelaus, Diogenes, Laertius, Plinius, Ptolemy, Diodorus, Plutarchus and Livius. The inset shows the oracle of Jupiter Amman, supposedly situated in present day Libya, where Alexander went to ask what would be the result of his expedition. He also expressed the desire to be buried there, but was eventually buried in Alexandria in Egypt. Ortelius derives his information on the oracle from Lucretius, Solinias, Ovidius, Lucanus and many others. He complains that more attention is paid by classical authors to Alexanders personal habits than to the regions and territories he conquered." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Piovana comedia overo novella del tasco. Del famosissimo Ruzante. Di novo con somma diligenza riveduta, & corretta.

      In Vicenza, appresso gli Heredi di Pierin Libraio, 1598. - In-8 54 c. Marca editoriale al frontespizio con qualche testatina e capilettera figurato. Cartoncino rustico. Ottime condizioni. Fa parte di "Tutte le opere del Ruzante". Ruzzante : commediografo, comico e poeta. Nato a Padova forse nel 1502, morto nel 1542. Perin - eredi: Tipografi e librai attivi a Vicenza; erano la vedova Anna, la figlia Vittoria, moglie di Francesco Grossi, e il figlio Giovanni Pietro. Alla morte di Anna, nel 1596, la direzione della tipografia e della libreria passò a Francesco Grossi, poi affiancato da Giovanni Pietro. Lavorarono anche in società con Tommaso Brunelli, Giorgio Greco e Barezzo Barezzi. 16mo secolo

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        Felicissima entrata di N. S. PP. Clemente Ottavo nell'inclita citt? di Ferrara. Con gli apparati pubblici fatti nelle citt?, terre, castelli e luoghi dove S. Santit? ? passata dopo la sua partita di Roma.

      Per Barucino De' Giovanni 1598 In 8, pp. (8), stemma papale al frontespizio. Cartonatura ottocentesca. Edizione originale rara della narrazione dei festeggiamenti avvenuti in Ferrara per l'arrivo di Clemente VIII. L'anno precedente, infatti Clemente, grazie anche al contributo di Enrico IV riusc? praticamente a far entrare nell'orbita dello Stato della chiesa la citt? di Ferrara, imponendo al Duca Alfonso D'Este un trattato che in caso di mancanza di eredi, la citt? sarabbe passata al papato. Di particolare interesse la descrizione puntuale del viaggio che tocc? molte citt? del Centro Italia con relativa descrizione dei festeggiamenti ivi avvenuti : CAstelnuovo luned?; Civita Castellana il marted?; Narni il mercoled?; Terni il gioved?; Spoleto il venerd?; Foligno il bato poi Camerino, Macerata; Loreto; Ancona; Sinigaglia; Fano; Pesaro; Rimini; Cesena; Ravenna; Bagnacallo; Lugo; Cotignola. ITA

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        Gesamtans., "Bardvm Pomeraniae".

      . altkol. Kupferstich aus Braun - Hogenberg, 1598, 33 x 45,2.

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        De Gymnasio Patavino commentariorum libri sex : quibus antiquissima eius origo & multa preclara ad Patavium pertinentia: doctoresq. clariores usq; ad an. 1571 : ac deinceps omnes, quotquot in eo floruerunt, & florent : eorumq. controversiae : atq. alia memoratu dignissima recensentur : opus ut non amplius pertractum : sic studiosis antiquitatis valde expetendum. Cum duplici indice, altero capitum, altero praecipuarum rerum capitibus comprehensarum. 1. Druck.

      Padua (Patavii), Francesco Bolzetta, 1598.. 4 nn. Bll., 148 num. Bll. Mit Holzschnittdruckermarke auf dem Titel sowie einigen Holzschnittvignetten, Holzschnittzierleisten und Holzschnittinitialen. 4°, einfacher Pappband des 18. Jahrhunderts.. Einband etwas fleckig, berieben, bestoßen und beschabt; vorderes Innengelenk teils angeplatzt; Vordervorsatz im Bereich des Bundes etwas geknittert; Titel mit Ausschnitt in der unteren Ecke (kein Textverlust); gering stockfleckig; manchmal Anstreichungen und Marginalien von alter Hand in Tinte; kleiner Stempel und alter Besitzvermerk auf dem Titel; Besitzvermerk "Johann Beckmann Göttingen 1778" verso Titel; Paginierung zwischen den Blättern 24 und 28 fehlerhaft (auf Blatt 24 folgen Bl. 27, Bl. 26, Bl. 25 und dann Bl. 28 - nur die Paginierung ist falsch, der Text ist in der korrekten Reihenfolge eingebunden). Enthält eine Geschichte der Universität Padua und ihrer Lehrer von der Gründung (1222) bis zum Jahr 1571(1598); den größeren Teil des Werkes nimmt der Zeitraum von 1520 bis 1598 ein - neben Listen und teils auch kurzen Biobibliographien der Professoren (u.a. zu Andreas Vesalius) stellt der Verfasser des öfteren seine eigene Person in den Vordergrund; auf den Blättern 132 und 133 mit 2 Seiten zur Ermordung der Vittoria Accoramboni im Jahr 1585. Antonio Riccoboni (1541-1599); bedeutender italienischer Philologe und Historiker; Schüler von Carlo Sigonio, Paolo Manuzio (Paulus Manutius) und Marc Antoine Muret (Marcus Antonius Muretus); Professor an der Universität von Padua; Gegner von Joseph Scaliger, der ihn in seiner Entrüstung nur noch Porcus Ricobonus genannt haben soll (Zedler). Graesse VI, 110/ Adams II, R 496/ BM STC: Italian Books, 555/Jöcher III, Sp. 2090/ Zedler XXXI, Sp. 1509.

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        The Dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Divinitie and a Student of Lawes of England... with New Additions

      London: Thomas Wight and Bonham Norton, 1598. 8vo, 176, [4] leaves, signatures: A-Y8 Z4, black letter, typographical ornament on title, shaved just touching two headlines, thin thread of worming to blank lower margin of 8 leaves, a few neat marginal notes in an early hand, bookplate to front paste-down, nineteenth century calf. "Christopher St. Germain's Doctor and Student first appeared in English in 1530. The work consists of two dialogues conducted between a doctor of divinity and a student of the common law. They discuss the place of equity and conscience in the law. St. Germain's work was published at a time at which chancery courts, which had previously been led by ecclesiastical chancellors, began to be controlled by common lawyers. Doctor and Student helped instruct common lawyers in the ways of their predecessors so that they could better understand the relationship between law and equity."—'Life and Law in Early Modern England,' an exhibition marking the Centenary of the Elizabethan Club. STC 21576; Beale T479.

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        Gesamtansicht von Cochem; darunter Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau von Münstermaifeld ('Chorographia descriptio Civitatis Cocheimensis ex orientali parte facta, Anno M.D.LXXVI. - 'Exactissima Civitatis Monasteriensis in Campo Meyfeldensi site Chorographica des:').

      - altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg aus Civitates Orbis Terrarum, 1598, 37 x 41,5 (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau; darüber Gesamtansicht von Cochem ('Chorographia descriptio Civitatis Cocheimensis ex orientali parte facta, Anno M.D.LXXVI. - 'Exactissima Civitatis Monasteriensis in Campo Meyfeldensi site Chorographica des:').

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        Gesamtansicht aus der Vogelschau ('Die Stat Schwybuschin in nider Schlesien').

      - kolorierter Kupferstich v. Braun & Hogenberg aus Civitates Orbis Terrarum, 1598, 34,5 x 46,5 (Fauser 12845) Bird's eye view, coloured cooper-engraving from Braun & Hogenberg, 1598, 34,5 x 46,5 cm (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        The Dialogue in English, betweene a Doctor of Divinitie and a Student of Lawes of England. with New Additions.

      London: Thomas Wight and Bonham Norton 1598 - 8vo, 176, [4] leaves, signatures: A-Y8 Z4, black letter, typographical ornament on title, shaved just touching two headlines, thin thread of worming to blank lower margin of 8 leaves, a few neat marginal notes in an early hand, bookplate to front paste-down, nineteenth century calf. "Christopher St. Germain's Doctor and Student first appeared in English in 1530. The work consists of two dialogues conducted between a doctor of divinity and a student of the common law. They discuss the place of equity and conscience in the law. St. Germain's work was published at a time at which chancery courts, which had previously been led by ecclesiastical chancellors, began to be controlled by common lawyers. Doctor and Student helped instruct common lawyers in the ways of their predecessors so that they could better understand the relationship between law and equity."—'Life and Law in Early Modern England,' an exhibition marking the Centenary of the Elizabethan Club. STC 21576; Beale T479.

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        Diarium Nauticum Itineris Batavorum in Indiam Orientalem His accendunt, narratio Historico nationum, regionum, & civitatum, quas adnavigarunt: negotiationes, monetae species, lucri accipiendi ratio, Aromatum natale solum, eorumque pretium - Append ix Diarii Nautici Itineris Batavorum in Iavam, per Cornelium Gerardi Filium Zuidlandum, edita

      Arnhem: Johan Jansonius, 1598. Oblong folio, woodcuts, 15 plates and maps; large map of Bali, woodcut of birds and 24 coastal profiles; some early underlinings in the text; contemporary vellum, slightly stained, an excellent copy. The first Dutch voyage to the East Indies: this is one of two original descriptions of the voyage that survive (the other is by Lodewyckszoon). Lach, who points out that "Firsthand reports of insular Southeast Asia arrived in the Netherlands with Cornelis de Houtman's fleet in August, 1597", also notes that Rouffaer and Ijzerman have conjectured that "the author or more likely authors [of this narrative] had apparently sailed on the "Hollandia"; one of them was possibly a midshipman named Pieter Stockmans...".This very rare and important book gives a day-by-day narrative of this highly significant adventure, the first of what was to be an almost endless series of voyages made by the Dutch in the most ambitious and successful of all colonial ventures. The history of the VOC and their trading from bases in the East Indies effectively begins here, with a speculative voyage commissioned by a group of nine major Amsterdam merchants in 1595-1597. "In 1598, the year after its return, no fewer than twenty-five ships were sent out by merchants of the provinces of Holland and Zeeland alone..." (Lach).The narrative, richly illustrated with maps, views and plates, includes the often lacking Appendix, a pictorial pilot with woodcuts illustrating the coasts of the Cape of Good Hope, the waters of S. Bras, the Capes of St. Just and Augusta, and parts of the coasts of Madagascar, Sumatra and Java, as well as a fine full-page engraved map of the island of Bali.This is the first edition in Latin and thus the first international edition; a Dutch-language edition appeared in the same year, while a different, shorter version in Dutch had appeared the year before (entitled Verhael vande reyse rather than Journael vande reyse, it evidently derived from the same original journal; it was known to Tiele at the end of the nineteenth century in a single copy, and Alden in turn could cite only the Nederlandsch Historisch Scheepvaart Museum copy in 1980). Three issues of this Latin version are known: this version for distribution by an Arnhem publisher, another with the Paris address of Adrianus Périer, and - most often seen - an issue with the Middleburg address of Bernardus Langenese. This excellent copy of the Arnhem issue in original binding has the ownership inscription of Caspar a Mekerad, dated 1600, on the title-page.

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        Prima pars descriptionis itineris navalis in Indiam Orientalem

      Amsterdam: Cornelis Nicolaus, 1598. Quarto, folding engraved plate, engraved map on the title-page, 48 engraved maps and illustrations; several woodcut coastal profiles and charts in the text; neat library-stamps on title; an excellent copy in old boards, respined in calf. A. The first Dutch voyage to the East Indies: this is one of two original descriptions of the voyage that survive (the other is attributed to Pieter Stockmans and others). This narrative is based on the original journal of Lodewyckszoon, one of the officers of the fleet, who sailed aboard the Mauritius - and so differs substantially from the other account.Houtman's voyage was the very first trading fleet sent by the Dutch to the East Indies: four ships were sent out in 1595 under the command of Cornelis de Houtman and Pieter Dirckz, three of which returned to the Netherlands in 1597. Their venture prompted the departure of several further fleets, culminating in the establishment of the VOC in 1602.The most significant geographical achievement of Houtman's voyage was that by sailing round Java it proved that it could not be part of the supposed southland (see Schilder, Australia Unveiled, ch. VI). The map on the title-page of this account shows the oceans and coasts navigated between Europe and the East Indies, including the promontory of a southern continent, with the names "Beach", "Lucach" and "Maletur", in close proximity to an island, "Java Minor".Lach points out that the book "contains the first continuous account of Bali in any European language, Its prosperity is described in... great detail...". The long and detailed description of Java is probably derived from Portuguese accounts, and "contains information about Portuguese trade and forts in the Moluccas where De Houtman's ships did not visit. Perhaps it came from Pedro de Tayde, the Malaccan-born Portuguese pilot who was so helpful to De Houtman's men in Bantam. In any case, it has not been found in any of the printed Portuguese sources".This is the first edition in Latin of this narrative: editions in Dutch and French were also published in Amsterdam in the same year. The engraved maps and illustrations are common to all three editions and are listed by Tiele (pp. 125-7), who notes that the folding plate of the bazaar at Bantam (present in this copy) is nearly always lacking.

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        Dialogo della Giostra fatta in Trevigi l' anno MDXVII... Ove s' hanno diversi ingegnosi, et piacevoli discorsi intorno alla Dechiaratione et Interpretazioni delle Livree, Imprese, et Motti di ciascuno de' Cavalieri. Con un sommario d' un' altra notabilissima Giostra fatta l' hanno 1481

      Evangelista Dehuchino 1598 Dialogo della Giostra fatta in Trevigi l' anno MDXVII... Ove s' hanno diversi ingegnosi, et piacevoli discorsi intorno alla Dechiaratione et Interpretazioni delle Livree, Imprese, et Motti di ciascuno de' Cavalieri. Con un sommario d' un' altra notabilissima Giostra fatta l' hanno 1481. Dalla Torre, Giovanni. In Trevigi, Evangelista Dehuchino, 1598. In - 4°, marocchino moderno rosso con merletti aurei interni, nervetti e titolo in oro al dorso. (8), 160, (8) pp con 24 silografie a mezza pagina nel testo che illustrano emblematicamente, con figure e motivi allegorici, l' atto teatrale che veniva rappresentato. Ogni capitolo è dedicato ad un Cavaliere che, con il suo seguito, eseguiva la "Giostra", e descrive minuziosamente la storia della rappresentazione, costumi, uomini d' armi, illustri personaggi, Dei, giuochi, ecc., ed è arricchito dei commenti e considerazioni di alcuni spettatori che presenziavano alla grande festa carnevalesca. Rara edizione originale sconosciuta al Solerti ed altre bibliografie. Bell' esemplare leggermente smarginato nella parte superiore. Olschki, Choix de livres rares, IV, n. 43711: Ouvrage rare important pour l' histoire des familles nobles de Treviso... British Museum, S.T.C. Italian Books, p. 576. Manca al Ruggieri.

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        Manuscript collection of 29 decrees concerning the treatment of Indians on encomiendas

      1598 - Treatment of South American Indians in the Century of Discovery, an exceptional Decree evidencing the interest in the welfare of the native population. 1598. Asuncion [Paraguay]. In folio (size varies somewhat). 7 ff. (15 written sides) in Spanish cursive, signed by Hernandarias and others on final leaf; offered with 7 ff. (13 sides) of additional MS material bound before and after the decrees. Unbound. Exceptional 16th century manuscript written in Paraguay, including a collection of 29 decrees on the treatment of Indians under the encomienda system, promulgated during the earliest years of Hernandarias’s first tenure as Governor of Rio de la Plata province (Asuncion and Buenos Aires). Common to many 16th century Spanish colonies, the encomienda system effectively forced the indigenous inhabitants into slave labor in exchange for the salvation of their souls. The present decrees are important evidence of an interest in the welfare of the Indians prior to Hernandarias’ outright abolition of the entire encomienda system in 1603. “The feathered and painted beings the Spaniards encountered in America confounded the entire Spanish nation, from King to commoner. Who was the Indian? Was he man or beast? Was he a rational being? Could his land be expropriated? Could he be made to work and pay tribute? If he were mere beast, why should he not be enslaved? What type of religious instruction should he be given? Should the converted Indian be tithed? Could he be left to live alone, caring for his own needs, even governing himself as the Spaniards did? Today such questions seem shocking. But in the sixteenth century they were the order of the day” (Maria Paz Haro) Hernandarias’ proclamations of 1598-9 show a significant advance in attitudes towards these questions. The first few ordinances describe the burden placed on His Majesty’s Royal Conscience regarding the spiritual salvation of his native subjects, and regulate the effective teaching of the Christian religion to Indians (particularly singling out children for instruction). Regulations 5,6, and 8 forbid the forced transfer of Indians from one encomienda to another without permission from the governor; regulations 10, 11, and 12 ban general mistreatment of Indians, interfering with their fishing and hunting, and breaking up their families. At the same time, other ordinances – eg 18 – restrict the right of the Indian himself to migrate or travel freely. According to #25, Indians are obliged to provide food and shelter to any passing Spaniards for three days, but need not provide them with chickens or pigs, even if they have them to hand. The travelers must pay for any further hospitality required after those three days. In most cases, specific fines and prison sentences are set forth to punish disobedience – with all proceeds going to the Crown, of course, rather than the Indian victim. Key to Hernandarias’ legacy is his celebrated abolition of the punitive encomienda system beginning in 1603, which is often viewed as an enlightened response to his own upbringing as a criollo. Yet a recent review of native rights under colonial rule (Vaquero, 1993) suggests that Hernandarias’ eventual support for the abolition was very much an about-face, at odds with his earlier stance as a ruthless administrator: “Hernandarias was radically opposed to both the suppression of personal service and a tax [rather than forced labor] on the Indians on his lands. As his reputation was very great in Paraguayan society, his opposing position hindered, at first, the implementation of the Ordenances [abolishing encomiendas]. But his close relationship with the Jesuits, his frequent dealings with them, his friendship with Diego de Torres and his spirit of resilience and Christian sensibilities, made him reconsider his position so far to become an apostle of the new ideas and even renounce the lavish encomienda he held in Paraguay.” (Vaquero, trans., p. 160). The present document, then, provides evi

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        Loca Infesta. Hoc est : De infestis ob molestantes daemoniorum et defunctorum hominum spiritus locis, liber unus. In quo spirituum infestantium genera, conditiones, vires, discrimina, opera, mala quae viuentibus afferunt ; rationes item quibus partim cognoscuntur, partim proscribuntur ; modi denique, quibus loca ab ipsorum moletia liberantur, hisq ; similia discutiuntur et explicantur. Authore PETRO THYRAEO Novesiens Societatis Iesu, D. Theologo et Professore Ordinario Herbipoli. Accessit eiusdem Libellus de Terriculamentis nocturnis, qua hominum mortem solent portendere.

      [Cologne, Goswin Cholinus, 1598]. Coloniae Agrippinae, Ex Officina Mater - Cholini, sumptib. Godwini Cholini, Anno M.DXCVIII, etc. Petit in - 4 (14 x 20 cm), relié demi - chagrin noir moderne, dos à 4 nerfs avec titre doré et filets à froid, plats en cartonnage noir grainé avec encadrement de filets à froid, tranches rouges, gardes blanches, 1 feuillet blanc liminaire (comportant une notice manuscrite sur l'auteur) + 8 feuillets (titre gravé aux armes de la Société de Jésus, blanc, épître dédicatoire, index des auteurs cité et table des matières, blanc) + 352 pages (texte) + 1 feuillet blanc final. (Epidermures, frottements et éraflures sur dos, plats et chasses ; mors du 1er plat fendu en pied ; coins émoussés ; rousseurs et mouillures éparses ; quelques feuillets cornés ; plusieurs feuillets sont troués ou restaurés avec parfois des MANQUES de TEXTE angulaires comme au titre). TEXTE LATIN. RARE EDITION ORIGINALE. [J. THYRAEUS. Des lieux infestés par les esprits importuns des démons et des hommes décédés]. Ouvrage cité par CAILLET, tome III, page 610, n° 10688 ; par BIBLIOTHECA ESOTERICA, page 501, colonne 2, n° 4859 (qui signale sa rareté et remarque que Stanislas de Guaïta n'en possédait pas d'exemplaire) et par JOUIN et DESCREUX, tome I, page 38, n° 156, qui présentent ainsi son auteur : "Pierre Thyrée (1546 - 1601), jésuite allemand, a laissé un certain nombre d'ouvrages sur les manifestations des esprits" ; et ces derniers bibliographes d'ajouter : "Dom Calmet et Lenglet du Fresnoy ont largement puisé dans les ouvrages du Père Thyrée." Notre exemplaire comporte sur son feuillet blanc liminaire la notice biographique suivante (rédigée à la plume) : "Thyrée (Pierre), jésuite allemand, né à Nuys dans l'Archevêché de Cologne en l'année 1546 ; frère puisné de Hermann Thyrée, jésuite comme lui et né dans la même ville. Il se distingua en qualité de professeur et de prédicateur. Il remplit pendant 27 ans consécutifs ces deux emplois, avec autant de succès que de zèle à Trèves, Mayence et Wurtzbourg." Ajoutons que le Dictionnaire de Biographie Chrétienne et Anti - Chrétienne de François Pérennès (Migne, 1851, tome III, colonnes 1331 - 1332) dénombre 22 ouvrages de ce savant confesseur, invoquant en cela l'autorité du jésuite Philippe Alegambe qui en avait dressé la liste. Enfin, J. de Blic dans la très courte notice qu'il consacre au Père Thyrée dans le Dictionnaire de Théologie Catholique de VACANT et MANGENOT (Paris, Letouzey et Ané, 1946, tome XV, colonne 1026) dit de son oeuvre "qu'elle révèle un attrait particulier pour l'étude du merveilleux."

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        Ivsti Lipsi Admiranda, siue, de magnitvdine Romana libri qvattvor. Ad Serenissimvm Principem Albertvm Avstrivm. [gestochene Druckermarke] Antverpiae, Ex officina Plantiniana, Apud Ioannem Moretum. M.D.XCVIII (Antwerpen, aus der Offizin Plantin bei Jan Moretus 1598). Cum Privilegiis Caesareo & Regio.

      Antwerpen, Plantin (Joh. Moretus) 1598.. 6 Blätter (incl. Titel); 255 Seiten (mit holzgeschn. Druckermarke auf der letzten, nicht paginierten Seite); 6 Blätter (auf dem letzten Blatt recto erneut ein Impressum). Späterer dekorativer Halblederband mit fünf Bünden und reicher Rückenvergoldung sowie Blindprägung und einem andersfarbigen, ebenfalls goldgeprägten Titelschild. Marmorierte Deckelbezüge, Lederecken und etwas Goldfilete, allseitiger Rotschnitt. (25,6 x 17,9 cm) 4°.. "Ein Plädoyer für den Imperialismus: Justus Lipsius' kulturhistorische Monographie Admiranda sive de magnitudine Romana (1598)" (Karl Enenkel) Erstausgabe des mehrfach (2. Auflage: 1599, 3. Auflage: 1614) wieder aufgelegten Werkes. Adams L 758. Vergl. BM (Dutch Books) 119 (dort nur die Ausgabe von 1599 !). Nicht mehr bei Sorgeloos, der seinen Katalog mit dem Tod Christoph Plantins 1589 enden läßt. Imhof L-8. NUC NL 398653. OCLC 68855587. Papierbedingt etwas gebräunt, die Klebung der Lederecken und der Rücken ist auf die Innenspiegel und die fliegenden Vor-, bzw. Nachsätze durchgeschlagen. Der Text selbst stellenweise etwas gebräunt, der Schnitt etwas fleckig. Mit einigen schönen größeren, holzgeschnittenen Schmuckinitialen. Auf dem Titel eine hübsche, sehr gratige in Kupfer geschnittene Druckermarke, wohl die überarbeitete Neuauflage von Voet 40. Die in Holz geschnittene Druckermarke am Schluß ist Voet 28, ebenfalls bei Sorgeloos abgebildet. Das erste Index-Blatt ist irrtümlich in der Bogennorm mit "* 3", statt recte "k 3" bezeichnet worden. Laut den bei Imhoff auf den Seiten 313 ff zitierten Quellen, zu denen Abrechnungen zu den extern gedruckten 1250 Titelseiten mit der gestochenen Druckermarke gehören, betrug die Auflage 1500 Exemplare. Von der zweiten wurden ebenfalls 1500 Stück gedruckt, bei 1452 abgerechneten Titelseiten und von der dritten exakt 1550 Stück, bei 1563 mit Theodore Galle abgerechneten, extern bedruckten Titelseiten. Anmerkungen zum Drucker: "Moretus, Joannes (1576 - 1618) Datensatzkennung cni00010734 Ansetzung Moretus, Joannes [FrPBN] Biographische Daten 1576-1618 Allgemeine Anmerkungen 4e fils de Joannes I Moretus Associe de sept. 1610 a fev. 1616 a sa mere, la veuve de Joannes I Moretus, et a son frere, Balthasar I Moretus, puis, a partir de fev. 1616, a son frere seul Devise(s) : Labore et constantia Imprimeur-libraire Wirkungsort Anvers, [Sgn.:] Au Compas d'or (1610-1618) Quellen Nachgewiesen in [Biogr. Belgique] [Van Havre] [Olthoff] [Voet] [Rouzet] [Soenen] Namensvarianten Namensvarianten Moerentorf, Jan" ex: CERL "Moretus, Jean (1543 - 1610) Datensatzkennung cni00047961 Ansetzung Moretus, Jean [PlWaBN] Biographische Daten 1543-1610 Siehe auch Personen Moretus, Jean Sonstiges , paralell personal name record Körperschaften Officina Plantiniana (Antwerpia) Sonstiges Quellen Nachgewiesen in [EWoK] [KB (Holandia) online] Namensvarianten Namensvarianten Moerentorf, Jan Moretus, Jan Moretus, Jean <I.> Moretus, Joannes Mourentorf <I.> Mourentorf, Jan" ex: CERL zum Autor: "Lipsius, Justus (1547 - 1606) Datensatzkennung cnp01259518 Ansetzung Lipsius, Justus [nukat] Lipsius, Justus [GyFmDB] [ESTC(AACR2)] [ESTC(GK)] [GyGoGBV] [NeNKHB] Biographische Daten 18.10.1547-23.03.1606 1547-1606 Geschlecht männlich Allgemeine Anmerkungen Flämischer klass. Philologe Umanista. Nato a Overijssche nel 1547 e morto a Lovanio nel 1606. Si formo ad Ath presso i gesuiti, poi a Lovanio. Dopo un periodo a Roma, insegno latino all'universita di Jena, Lovanio e Leida; dal 1592 insegno storia a Lovanio. Tätigkeit filoloog filosoof humanist klassiek historicus Flämischer klass. Philologe; Schriftsteller Klassischer Philologe Schriftsteller Humanista niderlandzki ; w?a?c.: Joost Lips. Geografische Anmerkungen Nationality: Belgian Deutschland Niederlande Internetquelle Online Resource (Display the original Edit16 name's record) Quellen Nachgewiesen in [Politicorum sive civilis doctrinae libri sex / Justus Lipsius. - Hildesheim, 1998] [Oxford online] [LCC online] [RAMEAU online 2003] [Iustus Lipsius : europae lumen et columen / ed. by G. Tournoy, J. De Landtsheer and J. Papy. - Leuven, 1999] [Leges regiae et leges X.virales / I. Lipsi[i] opera studiose collectae. - Antverpiae, 1601] [J. Lipsi[i] Politicorum sive Civilis doctrinae libri sex [...]. - Vesaliae Clivorum, 1671] [BLC] [BSBAK] [VITGR] [NCE] [NUC] [ADCAM] [FON] [DEI] [MODES] [HAYML] [EC] [QUA] [GN] [EI] [BNF] [ECK] [DTC] [GK55] [NUC] [M, B, Winkler-Prins] [LCAuth] Werke Admiranda et vere admiranda sive de magnitudine Romana. - 1617 Admiranda sive de magnitudine Romana. - 1598 De amphitheatris quae extra Romam libellus. - 1584 De amphitheatro liber. - 1584 De cruce libri tres. / By Justus Lipsius, 1695 [ STCN (ppn 120649829) ] Lipsius, Justus: Admiranda et vere admiranda sive de magnitudine romana. - 1630 Lipsius, Justus: De amphitheatro liber. - 1584 T108216: The parliament of criticks, the Menippaean satyr of Justus Lipsius in a dream, 1702 Twee boecken vande stantvasticheyt. / By I. Lipsius., 1584 [ STCN (ppn 114409323) ] Namensvarianten Namensvarianten Giusto Lipsio Nome su edizioni Giusto Lipsio I. Lipsius Iustus Lipsius Nome su edizioni Iustus Lipsius Iustus Lipsius Belga Nome su edizioni Juste Lipse Juste-Lipse Juste-Lise Justus Lipsius Nome su edizioni Justus Lipsus Lips, Iustus Lips, Joest Lips, Joest [ECK] Lips, Joost Lips, Justus Lipse, Juste [DTC] [BNF] EDIT16-ID:CNCA9917 Lipse, Juste <1547-1606> Lipsio, Giusto Lipsio, Giusto [EI] [GN] [QUA] [EC] [HAYML] [MODES] [DEI] EDIT16-ID:CNCA20479 Lipsio, Justo Lipsius Lipsius, Giustus Lipsius, I Lipsius, I. Lipsius, Iustus Lipsius, Iustus [FON] [ADCAM] Lipsius, Ivstus Lipsius, J Lipsius, J. Lipsius, Juste Lipsius, Justus [NUC] [NCE] [VITGR] [BSBAK] [BLC] Lipsius, Justus <1547-1606> [LoC-NA] Lipsius, Quintus Lipsiusz, Just Lipsiuß, Just Lipsivs, Ivstvs Lipst, Joest Lipsus, I. Lipsus, Iustus Lipsus, J. Lipsus, Justus Lise, Juste Lypsius Lypsius, Iustus" ex: CERL "Lipsius, Justus (eigentlich Joest Lips) Klassischer Philologe, Humanist, * 18.10.1547 Overijsche/Isque bei Brüssel, 23./24.4.1606 Löwen. Genealogie V ?Aegidius (Gilles, 1565), Gutsbes., Bgm. in Isque, später kgl. Magistratsbeamter in Brüssel, S d. Schöffen Nicolas in Isque; M Isabella Durieu ( 1565); Ur-Gvv Justus, Richter am Gericht d. Herren v. Isque; Groß-Ov ?Martin (1492-1555), Augustinerchorherr, Freund u. Korrespondent d. Erasmus von Rotterdam (s. ADB 18); - ? 1573 Anna van den Calstere, Wwe d. Tuchhändlers Hendrik Lottyns aus L. Leben L. stammte aus einer wohlhabenden und einflußreichen kath. Familie. Sein Vater, ein lebensfroher Mann, der sein Vermögen nicht schonte, ließ ihm eine gute Ausbildung zuteil werden, zunächst in Brüssel und Ath, seit 1559 bei den Jesuiten in Köln. Doch als der Vater erfuhr, daß der Sohn Jesuit werden wollte, schickte er ihn an die Univ. Löwen zum Studium der Rechtswissenschaft. Aber L.s ganze Leidenschaft gehörte dem Studium der Humaniora; Löwen war damals der Mittelpunkt der späthumanistischen niederländ. Philologie. Nach dem Tode des|Vaters gewann L. durch die Widmung seines philologisch-kritischen Erstlingswerkes "Variarum Lectionum libri III" an Kardinal Granvelle dessen mäzenatische Gunst. Granvelle nahm ihn als lat. Sekretär zu sich nach Rom, wo er ihn in den röm. Humanistenkreis (u. a. Paulus Manutius, Antonius Moretus) einführte. Während des zweijährigen Aufenthaltes studierte L., u. a. in der Vatikanischen Bibliothek, antike lat. Handschriften und verschaffte sich umfangreiche topographische und antiquarische Kenntnisse. 1570 kehrte L. nach Löwen zurück, um nach einem in Saus und Braus vergeudeten Jahr zu einer Reise nach Deutschland aufzubrechen, die ihn zuerst nach Dole und Wien (Begegnung mit den Humanisten um Kaiser Maximilian II.), dann nach Böhmen, Sachsen (Meißen) und Thüringen führte und schließlich 1572 mit der Annahme eines Lehrstuhls für Geschichte und Beredsamkeit an der luth. Univ. Jena endete. Was den 25jährigen eben zu der Zeit, als der Bürgerkrieg in den Niederlanden aufflammte und span. Truppen einen Teil seiner Besitzungen zerstörten, zur Annahme dieses ehrenden Angebotes und damit de facto zum Konfessionswechsel veranlaßte, wissen wir nicht. Auch die Motive schon nach 1½ Jahren Jena wieder zu verlassen, sind unbekannt. Immerhin fällt auf, daß L. sich nach Köln, wo er einst bei den Jesuiten in die Schule gegangen war, begab, dort de...

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        Archipelagi Insvlarvm Aliqvot Descrip. - Candia Insvla. - Metellino. - Cerigo. - Scarpanto. - Nicsia. - Santorini. - Milo. - Stalimene. - Negroponte. - Rodvs. - Scio.':.

      - Altkolorierter Kupferstich v. Abraham Ortelius aus Theatre De L' Univers, Contenant Les Cartes De Tout le Monde. . b. Plantin Press (J. Moretus) in Antwerpen, 1598, 36 x 51 van der Krogt, Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, Vol. III B, 7900+7910-31; M. van den Broecke, Orlelius Atlas Maps, S. 196 f., Nr. 147 mit Abb.; Zacharakis, A Catalogue of printed Maps of Greece 1477-1800 (2. edition 1992), S. 122, Nr. 1617 u. Abb. S. 351, Pl. 341. - Zeigt 11 Karten auf 1 Blatt: Die große obere Karte zeigt die griechische Mittelmeerinseln Kreta. - Darunter 10 kleinere Insetkarten mit den Inseln: Lesbos Metellino=(heute Mitilini, Stadt auf der griechischen Insel Lesbos), Kithira (Cerigo), Karpathos (Scarpanto), Naxos (Nicsia), Santorini, Milos (Milo), Lemnos (Stalimene), Euboea (Euböa / Negroponte), Rhodos (Rodvs) u. Chios (Scio). - Mittig in der Karte Kartusche mit Kartentitel in 2 Zeilen. - Mittig der Kartentitel. (Bilder zum Artikel auf meiner Homepage, oder bei Anfrage - pictures on my homepage or after request)

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        Discours of voyages into ye Easte & West Indies.

      London, [printed by John Windet] for John Wolfe, [1598].. 4 parts in 1 volume. Small 2o (28 x 18 cm). With engraved title-page, 9 engraved folding maps (including a detailed map depicting Arabia, Persia and India) and 3 engraved folding views. All newly engraved after the Dutch edition. Further with 4 woodcut maps in text and engraved maps on the 3 part-titles. Contemporary blind-tooled vellum, later spine-label and ties; recased, with modern endpapers. Kept in modern slipcase.. First edition of the English translation of Linschoten's highly important work, opening the East for trade by the Dutch and the English. Until its publication no other book contained any comparable amount of useful information on the East and West Indies and it soon became required reading for all navigators sailing to the East. With chapters on the coast of "Arabia Felix" (that is, the southern coast of the Arabian peninsula), the island of Ormus and Islamic India. Also with a detailed map depicting Arabia, Persia and India by Langren. The interior has been taken from Gastaldi via Mercator's world map of 1569, but has been given interesting improvements: "The surprising fact about the representation of the [Arabian] peninsula is the close resemblance of the outline to that of a modern map when compared with other engraved maps of the time. There is a vague suggestion of the Qatar peninsula, which is not seen again until the nineteenth century" (Tibbets). - The book is divided into four parts. The first treats the East Indies, including eastern Africa and Arabia and extending to regions as far east as Japan. The second book describes the navigation of the coasts of West Africa around the Cape of Good Hope to Arabia, together with the coasts of the New World. Book three, based on the discoveries of the Portuguese Royal pilot Diego Affonso, contains sailing directions from Portugal to India, and instructions for sailing in the East Indies, from island to island. Similar instructions are given for the New World, particularly Brazil and Spanish America. Book four contains detailed information on the taxes and other income that the King of Spain extracted from his territories, both at home and overseas. - With the maps and plates trimmed closely to the edges and only one unobtrusively restored tear. A very good copy, with only a few occasional spots. Binding recased but also in very good condition. - Alden/Landis 598/57. Borba de Moraes, p. 488. Sabin 41374. Cf. Nave, Philologia Arabica 22. For the map of Arabia, Persia and India: Tibbets 46 & p. 23.

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        DE MAGIA OBSERVATIONE SOMNIVORUM, DIVINATIONE ASTROLOGICA, SUEÑOS, ASTROLOGIA, BENITO PEREIRA 1598

      Apud Ioannem Gymnicum Sub Monocerote., 1598 Coloniae Agrippinae. 1598. Cartoné Jaspeado. 3h+245p. 18X12. Obra dividida en tres partes, magia, Interpretación de los sueños y adivinación Astrológica. Extremadamente rara obra y muy antigua. Ref 6.3 Biblioteca Mag.. Encuadernación de tapa dura. Excelente.

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        Architectura

      1598. |~|WEIRD AND EXTRAVAGANT AND BIZARRE DIETTERLIN, Wendel. Architectura von Ausstheiling, Symmetria und Proportion der Fünff Seülen. Five parts in one, continuously foliated (partly in ms.), 210, [1] ff. Five etched and engraved titles (the same plate with re-engraved lettering used for the titles to parts II and IV, a different plate used for the titles to parts III and V), ten text leaves (including colophon leaf), of which one with a half-page etching, and 196 full-page etched plates, of which plates 196-197, 202-203, and 204-205 attached and fold-out (the fold-out portions cropped to platemarks), the foliation including a duplicate copy of plate 158. Most of the plates with engraved foliation, some revised in ink, and some revised in the plate; first few leaves with contemporary ms. foliation, 57 plates supplied from a different copy (of the second issue), cropped to platemark and mounted; colophon (also from second issue) cut round and mounted. Folio, 331 x 220 mm, bound by the "Elte Bindery" in early eighteenth-century Dutch mottled calf gilt, sides with center- and cornerpiece design with foliate roll border incorporating a parrot, slightly narrower inner roll with arabesque tools at corners, centerpiece lozenge built up from drawer-handle and other tools, spine gilt in compartments with red morocco lettering-piece, and mottled edges. Nuremberg: Balthazar Caymox, 1598. First Collected and Enlarged Edition of one of the most astounding architectural books ever produced, a masterpiece of draftsmanship intermixed with bizarre and extravagant fantasy. In this imaginative version of the traditional "column book," the Strassburg painter and decorator Wendel Dietterlin (1550-1599) provided a rich source of models for architects, designers, painters, sculptors, and cabinetmakers. Dietterlin's work was instrumental in disseminating Renaissance decorative and architectural forms in Germany. Depicted are columns, pediments, chimneys, fountains, altarpieces, picture and window frames, doorways, gateways, extraordinary aperçus through giant keyholes, etc., many with human figures, all in an inexhaustibly imaginative Mannerist style, and most incorporating a fantastical element, whether of detail or overall perspective. Some of the plates, with their plunging views and simultaneous perspectives, prefigure the "impossible realities" of the twentieth-century Dutch artist M. C. Escher. Dietterlin's Architectura has retained its international vogue as a model book that mixes bizarre animals and plant forms with architectural ornament which is then incorporated into the classical architectural Orders, i.e. Tuscan, Dorian, Ionian, Corinthian, and Composite. Dietterlin "conceives the column orders as little more than thematic categories or divisions into which fall a range of original decorative forms… Each book begins with plates relating the order's basic geometry or proportions, before passing to its decorative appurtenances with a lively if not sometimes nightmarish sensitivity. Terror and dementia are sometimes the impressions evoked by these images, as Dietterlin combines architectonic, human and animal forms with a pre-Piranesian sense of fantasy and humor that is unparalleled within the architectural literature of this time..." (Harry Francis Malgrave, Introduction, in Millard, Northern European, pp. 25-28). The bibliography of Dietterlin editions is famously complicated. The first two books were published in 1593 and 1594 in German and Latin. This first complete edition was published the same year with the text in Latin, and in Latin and French. At least two different issues of the German edition are recorded, as well as variant states of individual plates (cf. Fairfax Murray catalogue and Fowler). In comparing impressions of the present second issue copy to a privately owned copy of the first issue, we discovered precisely the same light impressions to several of the delicate engravings. This is a composite copy, assembled in the early eighteenth century by a Dutch owner from two separate copies, one of the first issue and one of the second issue: thus the preliminary material includes the general title from the first issue, followed by both the dedication leaf, to Daniel Soriau, from the second issue (which replaced the portrait), and the preface "to the reader" from the first issue; the colophon, cut round and mounted at end, is also from the second issue. This copy was bound by the so-called "Elte Bindery," active in Amsterdam from 1697 to 1722 (so named after a copy of a four-volume work, bound similarly to the present copy, which was acquired in 1983 by the National Library in the Hague from the bookseller Meijer Elte): cf. Jan Storm van Leuuwen, Dutch Decorated Bookbinding in the Eighteenth Century (2006), I: 287. Complete copies of any editions of Dietterlin's work are notoriously rare, and the fact that an owner of the early eighteenth century was obliged to make up a copy from two imperfect or damaged copies, which he then had elegantly bound by a foremost Amsterdam binder, testifies to its rarity - and desirability - two centuries after publication. Second dedication leaf extended at fore-edge; some discreet restoration to binding at joints. PROVENANCE: Effaced inscription at head of title. The empty tombstone on plate 170 inscribed and dated 1880 [in memoriam?] Henriette Jentine[?] Gerardine Feltzer. Brunet II, 706. Berlin Katalog 1942. Fairfax Murray German I, 134. Fowler 105. Andresen, Der Deutsche Peintre-Graveur II, 252-278. Hollstein German VI, 213-214. Millard, Northern European 29.

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        Geografia cioe Descrittione Universale della terra.

      Venice: Gio.Battista & Giorgio Galignani Fratelli, 1598 - 1597. - 2 parts in one volume. 4to., bound in 6s (12 x 8 4/8 inches). Two vignette title-pages. One full-page engraved double-hemisphere map of the world "Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio" by Girolamo Porro after Rumold Mercator to D1v, and 63 fine engraved half-page vignette maps, numerous woodcut diagrams and vignettes in text including two of the armillary sphere and woodcut initials. Contemporary limp vellum (torn without loss at the head of the spine). First edition in Italian, edited and corrected by Giovanni Antonio Magini and translated from his Latin edition of 1596, also printed in Venice, into Italian by Leonardo Cernoti. All the maps, 27 of the ancient world, and 36 of the modern world were first published in Magini's earlier Latin edition, except for Girolamo Porro's four small format world maps based on Valgrisi's 1561 edition. The double-hemisphere world map "Orbis Terrae Compendiosa Descriptio" is a reduction of Rumold Mercator's world map, and is described by Shirley as 'an exceptionally fine engraving in its own right'. The other three are after Mercator and Ortelius, each and the map of America in chapter XXXIIII (18 pges), show Chili with a distinctive bulge. Ptolemy's Geography, arguably the most influential cartographic account of the ancient world, was the point of reference for all Renaissance mapmakers. His compilation of what was known about the world's geography in the Roman Empire during his time (ca 90-168 ad). He relied on the work of others, in particular an early geographer, Marinos of Tyre, and on gazetteers of the Roman and ancient Persian Empire. He was a Roman citizen of Egypt who wrote in Greek. He was a mathematician, astronomer, geographer, astrologer, and poet (of a single epigram in the Greek Anthology). He lived in Egypt under Roman rule, and is believed to have been born in the town of Ptolemais Hermiou in the Thebaid. He died in Alexandria. The earliest known manuscripts of Ptolomy's "Geographia" date to about 1300. The first printed version was published in 1477, then 1488, and in Ulm in 1482. The present edition, published at the end of the 16th century, reflects the most important discoveries of that era. Sabin 66506; Phillips, Atlases, 405; Adams M-118; Shirley 193-96 and page XXIX. [Attributes: First Edition]

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        Medullae Theologiae Patrum

      None given, 1598, Hardcover (Full Leather), Book Condition: Poor Condition, First EditionBinding quite worn, hinges breaking, edges heavily scuffed. Title page missing, next few pages of introductory material worn and detached. Main body of the book good, though occasional contemporary ink notes or scoring, very light. Scultetus a Dutch Reformed scholar. Date and edition estimated, but highly probable. Size: Octavo (standard book size). 523 pages. Text is in Latin. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: Under 1 kilogram. Category: Religion & Theology; Renaissance 16thc to 17thc; Latin Language; Pictures of this item not already displayed here available upon request. Inventory No: 12392.

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        The history of the reign of Philip the Third, King of Spain

      Contemporary calf, rebacked; an excellent copy with the bookplate of the Franciscan Capuchin Library, Church Street, Dublin, on the paste - down. First Dublin edition, printed the same year as the first London edition. Divided into six books, the first deals with the life of Philip, with the remainder describing the various wars and the political state of Spain, its allies and enemies, during Philip?s reign, from 1598 - 1621. A significant focus of the history recounts Spain?s internal politics, including the expulsion of the Moriscos. A detailed and fascinating chronological work encompassing both the rise of the Spanish empire as well as the decline of its economy, all thoroughly tied to the nature and outlook of Philip and his counselors. Watson (1730 - 1781) was a philosopher and church minister; the book was completed after Watson?s death by William Thomson (1746 - 1817), a disgraced Scottish minister and librarian to the eighth earl of Kinnoull.

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