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        Libro de los statutos y costumbres tocantes a los frayles legos y donados de la Sagrada orden de Cartuxa.

      Barcelona: en casa de Ioan Amello 1600 - [Para pedidos desde fuera de España, por favor, consulte las condiciones de venta y envío, tipo B. / For orders to be delivered outside Spain, please, let you see our sale and shipping terms, type B. / Pour les commandes à livrer hors d'Espagne, s'il vous plait, voyez les conditions de vente et de livraison, type B].- // 4º (205x140mm.); [30] h.; portada con estampa xilográfica; capitales de taco xilográfico; apostillas y reclamos; sign.: A-G4, H2.- // Encuadernación en pergamino de época. Datos de imprenta duplicados manuscritos de época en tinta bajo el texto impreso. Ambas caras de A2 cumplimentadas de época para resaltar las lagunas de una impresión excesivamente leve.- // Proc.: Ex-libris manuscrito en verso de último folio ?Any 1691 ab 31 de juriol, Fr. Lleonardo Martines de Val de Christ del Reyna de Valenci.?.- // El otro único ejemplar conocido de estos 'statutos' se encuentra en la Biblioteca de Catalunya. Como pese a estar impresos en Barcelona la licencia está dada en Valladolid en 1583, cabe suponer que se trate de una reimpresión de los 'Status sanctisimos de la Sagrada Orden de Cartuxa', Valladolid. Diego Fernández de Córdoba, 1583, de los que parece que, a su vez, se conserva solo un ejemplar, en la biblioteca del difunto marqués de Rafal, en Orihuela. El texto es traducción parcial de una obra mayor, puesto que comienza en A2 presentándose como la ?tercera parte de la nueva colección de los estatutos de la orden de la Cartuxa? y su contenido se refiere únicamente a la disciplina a que deben sujetarse los ?conversos y donados?, sin mencionar ni las definiciones de la Orden ni la disciplina correspondiente a los monjes. La 'Nueva colección de los estatutos' de la que se declaran tercera parte tuvo su origen en la decisión que tomó en 1572 la Orden cartuja de compilar y acomodar las diferentes costumbres escritas y los diferentes estatutos (Estatutos antiguos, Estatutos nuevos, Tercera compilación.) en un único cuerpo homogéneo que pudiera seguirse sin confusiones, que pudiese recordarse y que se adecuase a la ortodoxia establecida en el Concilio de Trento. El Capítulo general de la Orden en 1578 aprobó la compilación y le dio el nombre de 'Nueva colección'. La primera parte se refería a los oficios divinos, la segunda al gobierno exterior del instituto y a los deberes y observancias de los monjes y la tercera abarcaba lo referido a conversos, donados y legos. Esta 'Nueva colección' sería revisada posteriormente en el capítulo de 1679, pero, que sepamos, lo aprobado en 1578 solo se publicó en una ocasión, en latín, por Henri Theoderic en París, en dos impresos diferenciados, pero complementarios. No hemos localizado ningún dato que permita creer que la 'Nueva colección' fuera traducida e impresa en ninguna otra lengua; tampoco en castellano. Sin embargo, en el parágrafo 15 del cap. 23 de la tercera parte se ordenaba a todas las naciones de la Orden que tradujesen a su lengua vulgar esa tercera parte dedicada a donados y conversos y que se leyese al menos una vez al año. Estaba claro que sentían la necesidad de transmitir con claridad a los novicios, conversos y donados (que no se manejaban lo suficiente en latín) a qué tenían que atenerse. Pero la instrucción solo fue cumplida en España y solo se tradujo al castellano. Junto a la organización de la comunidad cartuja, el texto, leído en sentido contrario, aporta mucha información sobre sus relaciones con la sociedad y el necesario cambio de hábitos de los candidatos, ilustrándonos con ello sobre algunos comportamientos arraigados en la época en toda Europa, puesto que se regulaba la conducta de los que querían ingresar en la orden cualquiera que fuera el país donde estuviese ubicado el monasterio. El impreso es sumamente interesante así por todo lo relacionado con asuntos como la cocina, la huerta, las mujeres o el alcohol, que concentran buena parte de sus capítulos.- // Refs.: Refs.: Gómez, Anón., 16; Marès, I, 188; NBC, p. 65; Palau, 137940. [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Les Estats de Savoye, Piemont, et les copte de Nice

      Artist: Sanson Nicolas ( - 1667) Paris; issued in: Parisca1650 1600 - - technic: Copper print ; colorit: original colored ; condition: Some restoration at the center ; size in cm : 56 x 47,5 - description: Map shows total Piemont, Savoyen and partly the Cote d Azur - Vita of the artist: Nicolas Sanson (1600?1667) was a French cartographer, termed by some the creator of French geography, in which he's been called the father of French cartography.Active from 1627, Sanson issued his first map of importance, the Postes de France, which was published by Melchior Tavernier in 1632. After publishing several general atlases himself he became the associate of Pierre Mariette, a publisher of prints.In 1647 Sanson accused the Jesuit Philippe Labbe of plagiarizing him in his Pharus Galliae Antiquae; in 1648 he lost his eldest son Nicolas, killed during the Fronde. Among the friends of his later years was the great Condé. He died in Paris on 7 July 1667. Two younger sons, Adrien (d. 1708) and Guillaume (d. 1703), succeeded him as geographers to the king.In 1692 Hubert Jaillot collected Sanson's maps in an Atlas nouveau. See also the 18th century editions of some of Sanson's works on Delamarche under the titles of Atlas de géographie ancienne and Atlas britannique; and the Catalogue des cartes et livres de géographie de Sanson (1702).

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        Antiquae Urbis Perfecta et Nova Delineatio

      1600. Pianta a volo d'uccello di Roma antica. Anonima, è disegnata nello stile della pianta di Ambrogio Brambilla, Antiquae Urbis perfecta imago, edita da Van Aelst intorno al 1580. Oriente in alto. Rubrica di 90 numeri in basso. Incisione su rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Opera molto rara Anonymous bird's - eye view of ancient Rome in the style of Brambilla's view of about 1580. At the bottom is a table with 90 names, keyed to sites on the view. Relief conveyed pictorially. Oriented with east at top. Very Rare. Roma Rome Hülsen, 41; Scaccia Scarafoni, C. Piante di Roma, 24 524 400

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        Dies Caniculares hoc est Colloquia Tria et Viginti Physica, nova et penitus admiranda ac summa iucunditate concinnata

      Title printed in red & black. 4 p.l., 824, [116] pp. Small 4to, cont. blind-stamped panelled & bevelled pigskin over wooden boards (a few signatures browned), orig. catches & clasps. Oberursel: C. Sutor for J.T. Schönwetter, 1600. Second edition (1st ed.: Rome, 1597) and, like the first edition, very rare. Maioli (1520-97),was an Italian canon lawyer and bishop of Volturara. This is an encyclopedic work which covers a wide range of topics including astronomy; insects; birds; quadrupeds; fish; rivers, lakes, and seas; fountains and springs; mountains, fossils, volcanoes, and geology; metals and minerals; herbs and plants; demonology; asbestos in Cyprus; and other subjects such as werewolves. There is much on America: "Contains many interesting notices relating to the New World."-Sabin 44056-(not knowing of this edition). Charles Lyell mentions him as an early pioneer of geology as Maioli explained that all stratified rocks which form mountains consist of materials successively erupted by volcanoes. "Majoli suggested that fossil shells on the land had been ejected from the sea-floor by submarine volcanic explosions."-Geikie, The Founders of Geology, p. 53. Fine and handsome copy with the early ownership inscription of the Zwiefalten Abbey and an armorial stamp on title. Faint dampstaining towards end. ? Alden 600/60a. Thorndike, VII, p. 110.

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        R. P. Gasparis Sanchez Societatis Iesu Conciones in Dominicis et feriis quadragesimae...

      apud Societatem brixiensem, 1600. 8vo (cm. 21,5), 10 cc.nn., 628 pp. Legatura antica in piena pergamena molle con tracce di lacci di chiusura e di titolo ms. al dorso. Un pallido alone al margine superiore di buona parte del volume, ma ottimo e fresco esemplare.

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        Bibliothecae inclytae Reipub. Augustanae utriusque tum Graecae tum Latinae Librorurm et impressorum et manu exaratorum Catalogus

      [Compiled by Georg Henisch]. Typographical border round title (very slightly shaved at outer margin). 559 pp., [38] leaves. Agenda chancery 4to (303 x 96 mm.), cont. pigskin-backed wooden boards (smallish stain to first two leaves, one wooden corner chipped), orig. clasps & catches. Augsburg: V. Schönigk, 1600. A wonderfully well-preserved copy, from the private collection of Helmuth Domizlaff, of the second earliest catalogue of an institutional library (preceded only by the extremely rare catalogue of the Leyden University Library in 1595). Augsburg was, after the Palatina, the most important public library in Germany and the present catalogue became a valuable reference tool for the contemporary scholar. Our catalogue of the library of the Imperial City of Augsburg is one of the rarest of the great institutional library catalogues and certainly, from the point of view of its format, one of the strangest. It was printed in the very unusual agenda format, probably for ease of carrying (it would fit in a deep pocket). While it has been speculated that some copies were also printed in quarto size, I do not believe any such example exists. Archer Taylor wrote, in his Book Catalogues, regarding this catalogue, "it is said to have been printed in one hundred copies only" (p. 94). Augsburg's library "must have been one of the most important public libraries in the Europe of its time: many thousand works by over 4,000 authors are accurately described and arranged according to first names. It must have represented a valuable reference tool for the contemporary scholar."-Grolier Club, Bibliography, 41. Both books and manuscripts are described. The author index at end, arranged by first name, is extremely advanced and includes authors of secondary texts, editors, etc. Georg Henisch (1549-1618), philologist and mathematician, studied medicine at Basel and went to Augsburg as professor of logic and mathematics. He served as head of the medical school, president of the city's gymnasium, and librarian of the Augsburg City Library. He was a highly esteemed scholar of the time as an editor of Greek texts and as an astronomer. Very fine copy, in fresh condition. Rather taller than the Breslauer copy (288 mm.). Contemporary ownership inscription of Joseph Anthony Rauch, dated 1733. ? Peignot, pp. 42-43-"Ce volume a la hauteur d'un in-folio, mais il n'a que la moitié de la largeur; voilà pourquoi on l'appele dimidiatum volumen." Pollard & Ehrman, Table XXX. Taylor, Book Catalogues, p. 45.

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        Le Theatre d'Agriculture et Mesnage des Champs

      Finely engraved architectural title-page by Mallery with Henri IV seated on his throne in a garden, eight fine woodcut vignettes, fine woodcut initials, and 13 large woodcuts in Chapters XIII & XIV. 9 p.l., 3-1004, [20] pp. Folio, 18th cent. mottled calf (minor scuffing to binding extremities), spine gilt, contrasting lettering piece on spine. Paris: J. Metayer, 1600. First edition of the first great French work on agronomy - in its widest sense - to be published. In this book, Serres devotes substantial sections to hunting, cookery, practical medicine, irrigation, forestry, viticulture, vegetable gardening, medicinal plants, fruit trees, silk cultivation, the management of servants, etc., etc. The author also discusses the duties of the mistress of the house and remedies for all manner of diseases suffered by men and animals. The work is divided into eight books, one of which is devoted entirely to wine and the culture of the grape. At the head of each book is a pretty woodcut vignette (145 x 68 mm.) enclosed within an ornamental border. These show various scenes on the estate: cows, the dairy, etc.; in the next ploughing and sowing are in progress; the third illustrates viticulture and the wine press; others show milking scenes, bee-hives, landscape gardening, forestry, and at the end a hunting scene with falcons. Serres (1539-1619), a Protestant, took part in the religious struggles in his native Vivarais. After 1573, he retired to his family's property of Pradel where for more than a quarter of a century he tried to revive the estate. It was there that he wrote this great book, based on his own experience and on the classical texts concerning agriculture. Henri IV also had taken a strong interest in the economic regeneration of France and the present work became, in effect, a manifesto for the King's new policies. Serres became a royal counselor in 1599 and advised Henri IV on various agricultural and economic projects. A very good and fresh copy. Minor foxing and a few unimportant marginal dampstains. Single tiny wormhole in lower margin of first third of book. ? En Français dans le Texte 79. Simon, Bibliotheca Bacchica, II, 619. Vicaire, pp. 788-89.

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        De Magnete, Magneticisque Corporibus, et de Magno magnete tellure; Physiologia nova, plurimis & argumentis, & experimentis demonstrata

      Woodcut printer's device on title, Gilbert's woodcut coat of arms on verso, numerous woodcut diagrams & illus. in the text, & one folding woodcut plate (one fold with a careful repair). 8 p.l. 240 pp. Folio, cont. limp vellum (some occasional spotting, a few unimportant dampstains), ties gone. London: P. Short, 1600. First edition, and a very fine and fresh copy, of the first major English scientific treatise based on experimental methods of research and the foundation work of magnetism and electrical science. Gilbert uses here for the first time the terms "electricity," "electric force," and "electric attraction." Book I "deals with the history of magnetism from the earliest legends about the lodestone to the facts and theories known to Gilbert's contemporaries…In the last chapter of book I, Gilbert introduced his new basic idea which was to explain all terrestrial magnetic phenomena: his postulate that the earth is a giant lodestone and thus had magnetic properties…The remaining five books of the De magnete are concerned with the five magnetic movements: coition, direction, variation, declination, and revolution. Before he began his discussion of coition, however, Gilbert carefully distinguished the attraction due to the amber effect from that caused by the lodestone. This section, chapter 2 of book II, established the study of the amber effect as a discipline separate from that of magnetic phenomena, introduced the vocabulary of electrics, and is the basis for Gilbert's place in the history of electricity."-D.S.B., V, p. 397. This is an early issue of the first edition, containing manuscript corrections (in the author's hand?) on pages 22, 47, 130, and 221. The large woodcut plate in this copy is on an untrimmed sheet; usually it has been cut down. A really fine and crisp copy of this influential book, preserved in a morocco-backed box. Armorial stamp on verso of title. ? Dibner, Heralds of Science, 54. Evans, First Editions of Epochal Achievements in the History of Science (1934), 26-"The scientific treatise on electricity and magnetism." Horblit 41. Printing & the Mind of Man, 107. Sparrow, Milestones of Science, 85. Wheeler Gift Cat. 72.

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        Theses de hasione et hasibili qualitate [...]. No place, c. 1600.

      1600. 4to. Latin ms. (black and red ink) on paper. (12) pp. Disbound. Contemporary ms. copy of this mock disputation which spawned an entire genre of "hare literature", also translated into German. "The early years of the last decade of the 16th century saw the publication of a pamphlet dressed up as an academic disputation, entitled 'Theses de hasione et hasibili qualitate'. It bears no place or year of printing; its author and publisher are unknown [...] The text, written in a precise and almost elegant Latin, is too critical to be regarded as a mere student prank. The author, it would seem, was probably a witty scholar rather than a student, one endowed with a sense of humour but who first of all wished to show up the deficiencies of his times, thus contributing to the popular genre of fool's literature" (cf. Lindner 288). By 1741 the work had been republished at least 25 times. - Browned throughout due to paper; some edge defects. T. p. ruled in red. Cf. Erman/Horn I, 7416.

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        Madonna con bambino e San Giovannino

      1600. Acquaforte. Stilisticamente, questa rarissima opera, si colloca a metà strada tra le incisioni di maniera e quelle del seicento italiano. Permangono infatti alcune reminescenze dell'incisione di Fontainebleau, addolcite da una tecnica più raffinata grazie all'uso dell'acquaforte. Probabilmente si tratta di un lavoro di un'artista del Nord Italia, databile alla fine del cinquecento. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva con filigrana non meglio leggibile, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, tracce di matita sanguigna visibile al verso, per il resto in ottimo stato di conservazione. Etching, circa 1590/1600. Stylistically, this extremely rare work can be placed halfway between mannerism and the sixteenth - century Italian school. Indeed, there are some similarities with the Fontainebleau school which are refined through the etching technique. It can probably be ascribed to an artist who worked in northern Italy. Magnificent proof, printed on contemporary laid paper with unidentifiable watermark, trimmed at the platemark with borderline, traces of red pencil - mark visible on verso, otherwise in very good conditions. 123 163

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        Vermerckht die Ordnung unnd FleischSatzung, wie nun fürohin ain unnd die andere sorten Fleisch, sambt dem Centen Inßlet, allhie in der Statt Wienn unnd auch im gantzen Landt, vermüg deßwegen außgangnen Khayserliches Generals, datiert Wienn den 24. Martii, des 1600. Jars, biß auf weittere Resolution unnd verordnung, hingeben und verkaufft, auch durch die Obrigkhaiten aller Orten würckhlich unnd Ernstlich darab handt gehabt werden solle. [Vienna], no printer, (1600).

      1600. Broadsheet, c. 385:520 mm. Traces of folds. Mounted on red satin. Rare Vienna meat statutes dated 24 March 1600, regulating the prices of meat in Vienna, the suburbs, and Lower Austria. - Occasional paper defects, otherwise clean and well-preserved.

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        Stato di Milano

      1600. Carta geografica tratta da "L'Italia" a cura di Fabio Magini, edito a Bologna tra il 1620 ed il 1640. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Incisione in rame, in ottimo stato di conservazione Bologna Bologna 470 360

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        Madonna allattante

      1600. Bulino, fine del XVI secolo, monogrammato con la sigla AD. Esemplare nel primo stato di due, avanti l'indirizzo dell'editore. Bellissima proiva, ricca di toni, impressa su carta vergata coeva, rifilata al rame, carta leggermente assottigliata al verso, difetti minori, nel complesso in buono stato di conservazione. Copia in controparte di un lavoro di Dürer del 1503. Rara. Engraving, with AD monogram. Example of the first state, before the address 'Per. Ouerrat excu.' A fine impression, printed on contemporary laid paper, trimmed to the platemark, small reapired areas at the back, otherwise good conditions. Reversed copy of an engraving of 1503 by Dürer , showing the Virgin and Child seated on a grass bench, in the background hills and a castle, in the foreground a dog an two hares Bartsch VII.54.34, C5. Heller 568. 134 196

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        EMBLEMATA.

      - Cum Claudij Minois ad eadem Commentariis & Notis Posterioribus. Quibus Emblematum omnium aperta origine, mens auctoris explicatur, & obscura omnia dubiaque illustrantur. LUGDVNI. APVD HAERED. GVLIELMI ROVILLII. M.D.C. [Lyon, 1600]. In 8º (17x11,5 cm). Col: [31], 816, [29] pags. Encadernação da época inteira de pele com ferros a ouro e a seco rolados em esquadrias nas pastas e com ferros dourados em super-libris (com o emblema de Agnus Dei em ambas as pastas). Obra ilustrada com gravuras de emblemática [emblemata] reproduzindo elementos arquitecturais, com motivos sagrados e motivos profanos, acompanhando os comentários às máximas ou motes latinos. Os livros de ?emblemática? contendo representações pictóricas cujo significado simbólico é expresso em palavras foram produzidos em grandes quantidades e em vários idiomas durante os séculos XVI e XVII. Nos estudos do Renascimento e do Barroco, os críticos literários e os historiadores de arte reconhecem cada vez mais a importância deste tema: emblema/emblemática. A emblemática fornece pistas importantes e mostra - com brevidade de estilo ? a preocupação com a natureza eterna do homem e as suas contradições; o ouvido atento ao discurso oral popular; o desdobramento da personalidade; a loucura; a reflexão sobre a existência humana; a relação entre o homem e a mulher; a luta entre a razão e a paixão; e uma sátira à sociedade, às suas regras e aos seus governantes. A beautifully illustrated book with Emblematic - or emblemata - engravings with scriptural (writen) mottoes and commentary. Contemporary binding in full calf - blind tooled in decorative frames and gilt at super-libris with an emblem of Agnus Dei. Andrea Alciato or Andreas Alciatus (1492-1550) commonly known as Alciati was an Italian jurist and writer. He is regarded as the founder of the French school of legal humanists. Alciati is most famous for his Emblemata, published in dozens of editions from 1531 onward. This collection of short Latin verse texts and accompanying woodcuts created an entire European genre, the emblem book, which attained enormous popularity in continental Europe and Great Britain. Emblem books containing pictorial representations whose symbolic meaning is expressed in words were produced in great quantities and in numerous languages during the 16th and 17th Centuries. Today literary critics and art historians increasingly recognize the importance of the emblem in Renaissance and Baroque studies. Emblematica provides important clues and shows - with brevity of style - concern for the eternal nature of man and its contradictions, the attentive ear to the popular speech, the unfolding of the personality, madness, the reflection on human existence, the relationship between man and the woman, the struggle between reason and passion, and to the satire of society and its rules and rulers. Adams I, p. 20 (earlier editions) - Brunet I: 147 ff (many editions). - Landwehr 23-32 (earlier, german printed editions) Location/localizacao: 5-3-D-4

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        Histoire Pontificale ou plustost demonstration de la vraye Eglise, fondée par Iesus-Christ, & ses Apostres, contenante sommairement les faicts plus signalez aduenus en icelle, & les plus preignantes marques de la vraye Eglise, comme verrez en la page suivante. Deuat laquelle va l'adresse, qui monstre l'institution, auctorité, noms de l'Eglise, & plusieurs poincts fort utiles à ce mesme subiet par F. Iean Baptiste de Glen, Doct. en Theologie & Prieur des Augustins Iez Liege. Avec les pourtraits naturels des Papes, taillez par Iean de Glen Liegeois.

      1600A Liege, chez Arnoult Coersvvarem Imprim. au Sampson, l'an 1600, 1 volume de 16x21 cm environ, (1) ff., 1 titre, xvi pp. (privilège, frontispice, épistre dédicatoire, préface), 889 pp., 43 pp. (table), reliure plein cuir brun d'époque, dos à 5 nerfs orné de caissons à motifs dorés (en partie effacés), tranches mouchetées de rouge. Contient 235 portraits et un frontispice gravés. Tranche supérieure un peu abimée sur une centaine de page sans atteinte au texte, cuir frotté avec manques sur les coiffes, bon état intérieur. Première traduction française de cet ouvrage donné en latin en 1597. Merci de nous contacter à l'avance si vous souhaitez consulter une référence au sein de notre librairie.

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        Erster (-ander) Theil, aller Schrifften, Bücher unnd Tractätlein. Bruck an der Thaya, Druckerei des Prämonstratenserstiftes, 1599-1600.

      1600. Folio. 2 vols. With figural titble borders and 13 woodcuts in the text. (7), 663 [but: 661], (15) ff. (17), 546 [but: 545], (10) ff. Contemp. vellum; spines and covers attractively gilt; gilt supralibros. First edition of the collected works of the Tyrol Jesuit Scherer (1559-1605), rector of the Viennese college and a fervent preacher of counter-reformation. His polemics against Osiander, Heerbrand, and other Lutherans occasioned a long series of printed refutations. Scherer's writings prove that he was "ein rühriger, gewandter, schlagfertiger Schriftsteller [...] und sich zugleich durch einen für jene Zeit ganz vorzüglichen Stil auszeichnete [...] Darunter sind von bleibendem Werthe namentlich 'Neun und zwaintig Predigen ... von Notis, Merck- und Kenn-Zeichen der wahren und falschen Kirchen', eine gründliche, durchaus praktische, für das Volk leicht verständliche Abhandlung über die Kirche" (Wetzer/W.). Part 2 contains (at the end) the famous children's catechism. - Printed at the first and only 16th and 17th century press in Bruck an der Thaya (Louckem pod Znojmem) in Moravia, established in 1595 by abbot Sebastian II from Baden near Vienna. The printer was probably Bartholomäus Albert Fuhrmann; until the press was closed in 1608, it produced merely 22 known works. - Title page with contemp. ms. note by Johann Rupert Hegemüller, to whom the author himself had presented the volumes as a gift. Later in the collection of the Austrian local historian Candid von Engelshofen (1803-66; with his library stamp and shelfmark on title page); then in the library of the Bohemian nobleman Franz Graf Thun-Hohenstein (1809-70; with his heraldic bookplate on the front pastedown). Last in the collection of the Austrian industrialist Dr. Friedrich Petrina (1911-2004; with his etched bookplate on front pastedown). - Title page with insignificant defects to upper edge. Spine of vol. 2 with slight defects to upper spine-end; attractive giltstamping largely oxydized. Altogether a fine and clean copy with interesting provenance. VD 16, S 2677 und 2678 (pt. 2 of BSB copy incomplete). De Backer/Sommervogel VII, 761, 38 (pt. 2 incomplete: ends with p. 335). Wetzer/Welte 10, 1786. Cf. Benzing 69.

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        Paesaggio con Tobia e l'angelo

      1600. Bulino, 1600, firmato e datato in lastra in basso a destra. Da un soggetto di Gillis de Saen. Magnifica prova, impressa su carta vergata coeva priva di filigrana, rifilata al rame e completa della linea marginale, in ottimo stato di conservazione. Rara. Engraving, 1600, signed and dated on plate on lower right. From a subject of Gillis de Saen. Magnificent work, printed on contemporary laid paper without watermark, trimmed to platemark and with full marginal line, in excellent condition. Rare. Hollstein 4. 280 205

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        Architectura. Von den funf Seulen sambt iren Ornamenten und Zierden. Prag, 1600].

      1600. 25 (statt 28) Kupfertafeln. Mod. grün marmorierter Halbpergamentband. Folio. Vermutlich erste Ausgabe dieses typischen Säulenbuchs des späten 16. Jhs. Der Zürcher Gabriel Krammer versuchte im Sinne von Vredeman de Vries und Dietterlin, "die Säulenlehre jeweils an den dekorativen Apparat des Zeitstils anzupassen" (Kruft). Tafel 1 angerändert; es fehlen die Tafeln 20, 27 und 28. Von dem ursprünglich zehnseitigen Text sind nur drei fragmentarische Blätter erhalten, die lose beiliegen. - Teilw. stärker fleckig, restauriert und wasserrandig. Ornamentstichslg. Berlin 1944. Vgl. Merlo 502. Kruft 192, 569 Anm. 54 und Abb. 108.

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        Histoire de la Guerre des Peloponnesiens et Atheniens (Escripte et Divisee en Huict Livres par Thucydide Athenien)

      Published by Iagues Chouet, France 1600 - , [10], xiiii, 551, [23], title page with central illustration, decorative rules initials head and tailpieces, occasional pointing finger illustration throughout in margin, inscriptions to upper blank "Mr de Vauville" and "Gaudin", First Edition , much wear to covers, section missing from upper edge of upper board and lower edge of spine, tears to endpapers, light staining to edges of leaves throughout, a little worming towards the rear from page 502 mostly to margin, slight loss of text, quite legible, good condition , full original vellum with handwritten titles to spine, quarto, 23 x 17 cms Hardback ISBN: [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Sog. "Kardinalischer Kompromiß-Auspruch" mit eigenh. U. Brixen, 23. IX. 1600.

      1600. Papierlibell. 21 SS. 4to. Fadengeheftet in Pergamentumschlag. Diese wichtige Brixener Urkunde, die in drei Ausfertigungen ausgestellt wurde und einen steuerrechtlichen Kompromiß zwischen Bürgerschaft, Domkapitel und Hofgericht darstellt, sollte bis zur Säkularisation des Hochstifts die entscheidende Grundlage für die Besteuerung städtischer Liegenschaften bleiben. - Zu Vorgeschichte und Inhalt der Urkunde vgl. Klaus Brandstätter: Verfassungskämpfe der Bürgerschaft Brixens im 15. und 16. Jahrhundert, in: Stadt und Hochstift. Brixen, Bruneck und Klausen bis zur Säkularisation 1803. Hg. v. Helmut Flachenecker u. a. (= Veröff. des Südtiroler Landesarchivs 12), Bozen 2000, S. 205-248, bes. SS. 236-238. Siehe auch Hans Heiss: Das neuzeitliche Brixen 1500-1803. In: Brixen I. Die Geschichte. Hg. v. Bernhard Fuchs u. a., Bozen, 2004, SS. 163-200, hier S. 170. - Etwas feuchtigkeitsfleckig, ohne Siegel.

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        Briefe in fanzösisch mit Tinte in Schönschrift geschrieben

      - Von Hand zusammengebunden, nur noch der Rücken des Einbandes erhalten. Duplikate vom König an die Fürsten(?) geschriebener Briefe. Durch aufgezeichnet königlich Schallermal unterschrieben(?). Um 1600. ca. 193 beschriebene Seiten. Folio. Seiten durch Wurm- und Tintenfraß beschädigt. ohne Einband.-3/4)Bild einer Seite.

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        Bilan général & raisonné de l'Angleterre depuis 1600 jusqu'à la fin de 1760 ou lettre sur le produit des terres et du commerce de l'Angleterre;sans date(1760)territorial.

      in 12 demi vélin à petits coins,pas de page de titre 260 pages.Sans lieu ni date Pamphlet économiste contre le luxe de la Grande Bretagne. Importantes considérations sur le commerce,le revenu territorial.RARE

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        Gesammelte Schriften. Historisch-kritische Ausgabe mit Einleitungen u. Anmerkungen unter Zugrundelegung der Übertragung von Johann Joachim Bode hrsg. von Otto Flake u. Wilhelm Weigand. 8 Bände. München, Georg Müller, 1908-1915. Or.-Hldr. mit 2 Rückenschildern u. reicher Rückenprägung; Rücken etwas verblasst u. berieben, Kanten beschabt, Deckel tlw. mit leichten Schabspuren, bei einem Band Gelenke mit kl. Fehlstellen.

      - Nummeriertes Exemplar der Normalausgabe; es erschien noch eine Vorzugsauflage in Ganzleder in 100 Exemplaren (Gesamtauflage 1600). Insgesamt trotz der o.a. Einbandmängel dekoratives Exemplar. - Band 1-6: Essays. Einführung von Wilhelm Weigand. Mit Porträt. - Band 7: Reisetagebuch. Übersetzt u. eingeleitet von Otto Flake. 2 Bl., 421 S. - Band 8: Wilhelm Weigand. Michel de Montaigne. Über J. J. C. Bode. - Namen- u. Sachregister.

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        Mantova Città della Lombardia Traspadana...

      1600. Rarissima e splendida veduta a volo d'uccello della città di Mantova, firmata in lastra in basso a destra. Nel cartiglio, in bassa a sinistra, l'autore fornisce notizie storiche dalla fondazione della città fino alla signoria dei Gonzaga. Sono noti esemplari alla Biblioteca Augusta di Perugia, Archivio di Stato di Siena, Museo Civico di Modena e alla Biblioteca Nazionale di Francia. Incisione in ramei, per il resto in ottime condizioni. Siena Siene Van der Heyden p. 126, 27. 513 385

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        CAEREMONIALE EPISCOPORUM IVSSV CLEMENTIS VIII Pont. Max. novissime reformatum. Omnibus Ecclesiis, praecipue autem Metropolitanis Cathedralibus & Collegiatis perutileacne-cessarium.

      Ex Typographia Linguarum Externarum Romae 1600 In-8 ( 230 X 165 mm ) de 3 ffnch.-349-7ffnch., plein vélin ivoire, dos à nerfs janséniste, filets d'encadrement à froid sur les plats. Typographie en rouge et noir, nombreuses lettrines et figures à mi-page gravées sur bois, partitions antiphonaires. Petites mouillures marginales, page de titre restaurée, tampon ex-libris, bel exemplaire. D'autres photos sur www.cazitel.com

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        1762 Large Folio 2 Volumes Cambridge Bible

      The "Standard" edition prepared by Dr. F. S. Paris, of Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge and H. Therold, fellow of Magdalene. In this Bible a serious attempt was made to correct the text of the King James' version by amending the spelling and punctuation, unifying and extending the use of italics, and removing printers' errors. Marginal annotations, which had been growing in some Bibles since 1600, although excluded from others, were finally received into the place they have occupied ever since sundry new ones being added. Lloyd's dates and chronological notes were also adopted and increase, and the marginal referees were much enlarged. 16.5" x 10.75" Shelf

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        Manuscrit : Mémoires chronologiques et dogmatiques [pour] servir à l'histoire ecclésiastique depuis 1600 jusqu'en 1716.

      Manuscrit relié en 1 vol. in-12 relié demi-basane d'époque, environ 120 ff. non paginé, s.d. (1ère partie du 18e siècle). Etat moyen (rel. très abimée, travaux de vers marginaux, 2 ff. faibles, texte propre et très lisible par ailleurs). D'après l'ex-dono latin et l'annotation contemporaine en dernière page de garde, l'auteur de ce manuscrit serait l'aumônier (jésuite ?) du régiment de La Marck.

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        Antiphonal

      1600 - Enormous antiphonal, almost 2 feet by 3 feet by 4 inches thick, weighing in at 75 pounds; two of the Masses are for St. Catherine of Sienna, so it may be from an Italian cathedral; nevertheless, it could be Spanish as well. Likely 1600's. 161 vellum leaves (of 162, the first leaf is missing, but it was not a title page, just another leaf of music). Full leather requiring restoration to the spine; a profusion of large brass corners and bosses. Entirely done by hand, this antiphonal features a vast number of large red letters and ornate black letters, each generally 6 inches high. The work is composed of choral music based on psalms as well as certain saint's days. Some staining here and there and some of the vellum yellowed. Still and all, nicely preserved and likely to last another half millennium or so. For additional information please contact Jonathan Tomhave at 239 659 0094 [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        [ Lijk-predikan wijdh ehreborne / wälwijse och wijdtförfarne / nu hoos gudh salige hr. Truls Kohres / fordom förnähm och wälförtiente rådh-mans uthi kongl. residentz och hufwudstaden Stockholm hederliga jordafärd / hållem utji stoore kyrckian / den 18 aug. anno 1672 för tå näewarande förnähmliga försambling. Stockholm, N. Wankijff, (1672).

      4to. Pp. 17-94 (missing pp. 1-16 of the sermon). Text within printed woodcut border. Disbound. Partly with some light small marginal stain and a few leaves with some browning. A Funerary Oration for Truls Kåhre (1600-72) including a 17 pages "Vita defuncti" about his life and his adventurous journey to the Middle East and the Holy Land. Truls Kåhre, a young musician, started his long journey in 1641. He travelled via Holland to Portugal and from there to Tangier, Spain, Genua, Sardinia, and Sicily before he arrived at Aleppo. He visited Aria, Libanon and Babylon, and in 1643 he reached Jeursalem. He joined a caravan of 600 camels which took him through the deserts of Arabia to Egypt. He continued via Rhodes and Troja to Constantinople and Smirna. He arrived back at Stockholm in December 1645 where he was appointed alderman. This work also includes a poem "Hela wärldens pilgrims-färd" on pp. 85-94 by Johan Elasson or Lasse Lucidor, the famous Swedish baroque poet know for his burlesque poetry. See Olof G. Sundberg "Truls Kåhres resa", Stockholm 1948. Arne, Svenskarna och österlandet, Sthlm 1951, p. 152, 1672.

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        Essayes, By Sir William Corne-Walyes the Younger, Knight. [With:] A Second Part of Essayes. Written by Sir William Cornwallis, the Younger, Knight

      [London:] Printed for Edmund Mattes, 1600 [&] London: Printed for Edmond Matts, 1601, 1600. First editions of both volumes. Rare. STC 5775; ESTC S108699; NCBEL I, 2017; Pforzheimer 214. Calf a little rubbed and worn; vellum soiled and cockled; very good copies.. 2 vols, small octavo, volume one in late 18th century tree-calf, black leather label, gilt decorations and lettering; volume two in contemporary vellum, spine lettered in manuscript. Vignette title-pages. A seminal collection of English essays and the first book by Sir William Cornwallis (c. 1579-1614), who along with Francis Bacon and Henry Peacham - and following the model of Michel de Montaigne - helped to make the informal essay an important part of 17th century English literature. Cornwallis draws from a variety of classical and contemporary sources, including Tasso, Commines, and Guicciardini; he quotes the Old and New Testaments, proverbs, fables, sermons, and commonplace books in his discourses on matters such as fame, affection, praise and glory, resolution, vanity, justice, words, flattery, etc. This is a mixed set of the two volumes; they are sometimes catalogued separately as individual books, but the second series is clearly a continuation of the first: Essays 1-25 constitute volume one and 26-50 volume two. Bookplate of Sylvain van de Weyer and John Clawson in volume one; signature of Thomas Ryme, dated 1615, on the title-page of volume two, and on the final blank is the signature of Samuel Deaken, dated 1727. Bookplate of Robert S. Pirie on the front free endpaper of volume one; the two volumes were purchased by Pirie from bookseller John Fleming in 1966.

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        De visione voce auditu.

      Francesco Bolzetta, Venice 1600 - 3 parts in one volume. Folio (366 x 255 mm). [12], 133 [3]; [12], 83 [1]; [8], 38 pp., including fine engraved title by Iacobus Valegius, 11 full-page engraved plates, woodcut initials and tail-pieces, several woodcut text illustrations. With the blank leaf R4 at end of first part, but without final blank E4 at end of third part. Signatures: *6 A-R4, )6 A-I4 K6, [cross]4 A-E4 (-E4). Colophon on R3v of first part reads 'Patauii : Ex officina Laurentij Pasquati, almae juristarum universitatis typographi'. Contemporary limp vellum (soiled and browned, boards at fore-edge expertly restored, endpapers renewed), spine titled in ink, endpapers renewed. Fore-margins partially untrimmed, neat contemporary ink annotations to penultimate leaf E2rv, very little browning, engraved title with paper restoration in blank fore-margin affecting just a few mm of engraved border, closed tear to first plate without loss, a few minor edge restoration elsewhere. A clean and crisp copy with ample margins in its original binding. Heirs of Hippocrates 365; NLM/Durling 1415; Waller 2888; Cushing F7; Wellcome I, 2118; Adams F-100; not in Norman. THE RARE FIRST EDITION of Fabrici's first published anatomical work, which is in three parts (De visione sive de oculo visus organo, De voce sive de larynge vocis organo, De auditu sive de aure auditus organo) and dealing with the eye, the throat and the ear, illustrated with detailed engravings. "The major portion of this work on the organs of vision, speech, and hearing is devoted to the eye, and it is clear that Fabricius was one of the first to grasp the true form and proper location of the lens. Although his description of the ear is sound, it contributed no new knowledge about the ear or the sense of hearing. An extremely competent comparative anatomist, he was at his best in dealing with the laryngeal apparatus" (Heirs of Hippocrates 365). This work, together with his many other anatomical studies were intended to form a monumental Totius animalis fabricae theatrum, which however never appeared in print. Girolamo Fabrici, also known from the Latin form of his name as Hieronymus Fabricius ab Aquapendente, taught anatomy at the University of Padua, where he had previously studied under Gabriele Falioppio, himself a student of Vesalius. Fabrici published a series of works on aspects of anatomy, including the present work on human speech organs and the physiology of voice production. Visit our website for more images. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]

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        Origines des dignitez et magistrats de France. Suivi de : Origines des chevaliers, armoiries, et héraux.

      Paris, Jérémie Perier, 1600. 2 tomes en un volume petit in-8, (8)-80-(4)-60 ff., reliure postérieure (XVIIIe) plein veau blond glacé, dos orné, toutes tranches dorées, marge supérieure courte (coiffe inférieure arasée, mors supérieure en partie fendu, mais exemplaire solide). Ex-libris manuscrit en p. de titre : Berée de Courpont 1709 (Denis, avocat au Grand-Conseil, bailli de Dangu, Vesly et Gizancourt, et auteur d'une Histoire des seigneurs et château de Dangu). Editions originales, séduisant exemplaire. * Voir photographie(s) / See picture(s).* Frais de port en sus. * Membre du SLAM et de la LILA / ILAB Member. * La librairie est ouverte du mardi au samedi de 14h à 19h. * Si vous souhaitez passer à la librairie pour un livre, merci de nous prévenir au préalable, l'ensemble du stock visible en ligne n'étant pas immédiatement consultable. *

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        Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in ?sterreich Band 4 Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl M?seneder (Mitarbeiter) Der vierte Band der ?sterreichischen Kunstgeschichte ist der Epoche des Barock gewidmet und bietet eine sorgf?ltige Auswahl aus dem reichen Kunstschaffen, das sich in ?sterreich im Zeitraum zwischen etwa 1600 und 1780/90 entfaltet hat. Dabei sind stets auch die Beziehungen zur Kunst der benachbarten Regionen ber?cksichtigt, so dass die Barockkunst ?sterreichs als integraler Bestandteil der ?berregionalen Kunstlandschaft ?Mitteleuropa? verst?ndlich werden kann. Einleitende Abschnitte behandeln das Gesamtbild der Epoche, die Vielfalt der Kunstproduktion in ?sterreich und ihre historischen Rahmenbedingungen sowie das f?r den Barock so charakteristische Ph?nomen des Zusammenklanges der einzelnen K?nste im Bestreben nach einer ?bergreifenden Einheit. Konzentrierte ?berblicksdarstellungen der einzelnen k?nstlerischen Medien erl?utern den entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Zusammenhang, die Kurzmonographien der ?ber 340 ausgew?hlten Objekte sind der spezifischen Eigenart der Kunstwerke gewidmet. Das Team der Autoren ? international anerkannte Kunsthistoriker/innen ? hat die Texte in enger Zusammenarbeit aufeinander abgestimmt, so dass sich ein dichtes Gesamtbild der Bildenden K?nste des Barock in ?sterreich und ihrer wechselseitigen Verflechtung ergibt, das dem aktuellsten Stand der Forschung entspricht. Eine Auswahl der bedeutendsten Kunstwerke findet sich in vorz?glichen Farbreproduktionen im Tafelteil, so dass der vorliegende Band die Qualit?t und Vielfalt der vielleicht fruchtbarsten Epoche der Kunst in ?sterreich auch optisch eindrucksvoll vermitteln kann. F?r alle Interessierten, die mehr wollen als einen Kurzf?hrer f?rs jeweilige Bauwerk bzw. Kunstwerk, f?r Kunstkenner und mit einiger M?he auch f?r Laien eine gro?e Bereicherung Co-Autor Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke, Hellmut Lorenz, Karl M?seneder Zusatzinfo 540 Abb., davon ca. 120 farb. Sprache deutsch Ma?e 265 x 195 mm Gewicht 2845 g Einbandart Leinen im Schuber Themenwelt Kunst Musik Theater Malerei Plastik Barock K?nstler ?sterreich Kunst ISBN-10 3-7913-2050-5 / 3791320505 ISBN-13 978-3-7913-2050-2 / 9783791320502 Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in ?sterreich Band 4 Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl M?seneder (Mitarbeiter) Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in ?sterreich, 6 Bde., Bd.4, Barock [Hardcover] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl M?seneder (Mitarbeiter)

      Prestel/VM, 1600. Der vierte Band der ?sterreichischen Kunstgeschichte ist der Epoche des Barock gewidmet und bietet eine sorgf?ltige Auswahl aus dem reichen Kunstschaffen, das sich in ?sterreich im Zeitraum zwischen etwa 1600 und 1780/90 entfaltet hat. Dabei sind stets auch die Beziehungen zur Kunst der benachbarten Regionen ber?cksichtigt, so dass die Barockkunst ?sterreichs als integraler Bestandteil der ?berregionalen Kunstlandschaft ?Mitteleuropa? verst?ndlich werden kann. Einleitende Abschnitte behandeln das Gesamtbild der Epoche, die Vielfalt der Kunstproduktion in ?sterreich und ihre historischen Rahmenbedingungen sowie das f?r den Barock so charakteristische Ph?nomen des Zusammenklanges der einzelnen K?nste im Bestreben nach einer ?bergreifenden Einheit. Konzentrierte ?berblicksdarstellungen der einzelnen k?nstlerischen Medien erl?utern den entwicklungsgeschichtlichen Zusammenhang, die Kurzmonographien der ?ber 340 ausgew?hlten Objekte sind der spezifischen Eigenart der Kunstwerke gewidmet. Das Team der Autoren ? international anerkannte Kunsthistoriker/innen ? hat die Texte in enger Zusammenarbeit aufeinander abgestimmt, so dass sich ein dichtes Gesamtbild der Bildenden K?nste des Barock in ?sterreich und ihrer wechselseitigen Verflechtung ergibt, das dem aktuellsten Stand der Forschung entspricht. Eine Auswahl der bedeutendsten Kunstwerke findet sich in vorz?glichen Farbreproduktionen im Tafelteil, so dass der vorliegende Band die Qualit?t und Vielfalt der vielleicht fruchtbarsten Epoche der Kunst in ?sterreich auch optisch eindrucksvoll vermitteln kann. F?r alle Interessierten, die mehr wollen als einen Kurzf?hrer f?rs jeweilige Bauwerk bzw. Kunstwerk, f?r Kunstkenner und mit einiger M?he auch f?r Laien eine gro?e Bereicherung Co-Autor Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke, Hellmut Lorenz, Karl M?seneder Zusatzinfo 540 Abb., davon ca. 120 farb. Sprache deutsch Ma?e 265 x 195 mm Gewicht 2845 g Einbandart Leinen im Schuber Themenwelt Kunst Musik Theater Malerei Plastik Barock K?nstler ?sterreich Kunst ISBN-10 3-7913-2050-5 / 3791320505 ISBN-13 978-3-7913-2050-2 / 9783791320502 Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in ?sterreich Band 4 Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl M?seneder (Mitarbeiter) Geschichte der bildenden Kunst in ?sterreich, 6 Bde., Bd.4, Barock [Gebundene Ausgabe] Hellmut Lorenz (Herausgeber, Mitarbeiter), Sibylle Appuhn-Radtke (Mitarbeiter), Karl M?seneder (Mitarbeiter)

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        Dies Caniculares hoc est Colloquia Tria et Viginti Physica, nova et penitus admiranda ac summa iucunditate concinnata

      Title printed in red & black. 4 p.l., 824, [116] pp. Small 4to, cont. blind-stamped panelled & bevelled pigskin over wooden boards (a few signatures browned), orig. catches & clasps. Oberursel: C. Sutor for J.T. Schönwetter, 1600. Second edition (1st ed.: Rome, 1597) and, like the first edition, very rare. Maioli (1520-97),was an Italian canon lawyer and bishop of Volturara. This is an encyclopedic work which covers a wide range of topics including astronomy; insects; birds; quadrupeds; fish; rivers, lakes, and seas; fountains and springs; mountains, fossils, volcanoes, and geology; metals and minerals; herbs and plants; demonology; asbestos in Cyprus; and other subjects such as werewolves. There is much on America: "Contains many interesting notices relating to the New World."-Sabin 44056-(not knowing of this edition). Charles Lyell mentions him as an early pioneer of geology as Maioli explained that all stratified rocks which form mountains consist of materials successively erupted by volcanoes. "Majoli suggested that fossil shells on the land had been ejected from the sea-floor by submarine volcanic explosions."-Geikie, The Founders of Geology, p. 53. Fine and handsome copy with the early ownership inscription of the Zwiefalten Abbey and an armorial stamp on title. Faint dampstaining towards end. ❧ Alden 600/60a. Thorndike, VII, p. 110. .

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        [Coutume. Champagne. 1600]. Les Coustumes du bailliage de Troyes en Champaigne. Avec quelques annotations sur icelles. Par M. Pierre Pithou advocat en Parlement, sieur de Savoye.

      A Paris chez Abel l'Angelier 1600 In-4 de (20)-222 pp. (1) f.bl. (10) pp. de table (1) f.bl., vélin doré, filets dorés d'encadrement et rameaux dorés (partiellement effacés) sur les plats, tranches dorées (reliure de l'époque). Edition originale posthume de premier tirage des commentaires de Pierre Pithou mort en 1596. « Le Coutumier intitulé li Droit et li Coutumes de Champaigne et de Brie est le monument le plus important de l'ancien droit de la Champagne. Il a été publié pour la première fois dans le commentaire de la Coutume de Troyes par Pierre Pithou, qui avait comparé ensemble six manuscrits ; il a été reproduit par Legrand et Richebourg. Grosley, qui avait encore au XVIIIe siècle conféré d'anciens manuscrits, dit, dans ses Recherches sur la noblesse de Champagne, que bien que ce monument ne paraisse pas avoir été consacré par l'autorité publique, il a réglé la jurisprudence du pays jusqu'à la rédaction des coutumes. Il se compose de la charte de Thibaut de l'an 1204 et d'une série d'usages et de jugements qui s'étendent jusqu'à l'année 1299. L'écriture du manuscrit le plus ancien est du XIVe siècle. En le rapprochant des anciennes chartes, priviléges et coutumes de Troyes, de Saint-Dizier, de Châlons, de Vitry, de Meaux, de Sens et du Cartulaire de Champagne publié par Chantereau-le-Fèvre en son livre de l'Origine des fiefs, on recompose dans son ensemble le droit féodal et coutumier de la province » (Firmin Laferrière, Histoire du droit français, 1858, p. 68). Exemplaire réglé ; titre rouge et noir, marque de l'imprimeur (Renouard, 552) ; petit trou en marge sans perte de lettre au feuillet Ffii. De la bibliothèque du comte Chandon de Briailles avec son ex-libris ; ex-libris manuscrit daté 1784 sur le titre. Balsamo et Simonin, Abel L'Angelier, 346 ; Gouron et Terrin, 2097.

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        Historia, oder Eigentliche Warhaffte Beschreibung, aller Gedenckwürdigen Sachen... die sich unter der Regierung Heinrici II. Caroli IX. Heinrici III, desgleichen Heinrici IV... zugetragen.

      Mümpelgart, Foillet, 1600, plein velin d'époque, 175x 10.5cm, [32] p. (dont page de titre), 1056 p., 572 p., un ex-libris sur le premier contreplat, quelques trous de ver sur le velin, pages roussies. En allemand.

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        Catalogus plantarum Horti Academici Lugduno-Batavi. Cui accedit index plantarum indigenarum, quae prope Lugdunum in Batavis nascuntur. Das ist: Verzeichnüß der jenigen Gewächsen, so sich im Universitäts-Garten zu Leyden in Holland befinden : Beyneben einem Register der einländischen Gewächsen, so nahe umb Leyden in Wiesen, Feldern und Wäldern wachsen. Eichstätt, Urban Schrötter, printed by Franz Strauss, [ca. 1690/95?]. 12mo. In Latin and German (facing pages). Contemporary tanned sheepskin, blind-tooled spine.

      Bircher, Barock 1600-1720, B14340; KVK & WorldCat (3 copies); VD17, 23:691814K (1, the same, copy); cf. Pritzel 8519. Very rare first and only Schrötter edition, with the text in Latin and German on facing pages, of an alphabetical catalogue of about 1500 plants in the botanical garden of Leiden University, with an appendix listing about 300 plants native to Leiden, first prepared by Florens Schuyl and published in Latin by Johan Elzevier in 1668.Though clearly based on Vorstius?s catalogue, which the Elzeviers had published in 1636, Schuyl?s catalogue expands the list considerably, including for the first time South African plants. It also includes the date palm and some Far Eastern plants. Urban Schrötter, court gardener at the botanical garden of the Prince Bishops of Eichstätt, apparently saw this edition through the press. The present edition appears to be the only work listing Schrötter as publisher, so he may have been more editor than publisher in the normal sense.With an erroneous manuscript attribution to Gottschalk on the title-page and date 1697. In very good condition. The binding is somewhat worn but still good. Very rare Latin and German edition of Schuyl's catalogue of plants at the Leiden University botanical garden.

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        Opera numquam alias impressa. Anthropotheomachia. Historia de bello Fanensi. Et quaedam alia. (Legato con:) Faneidos; Stinchae;Trionfo della Pudicizia In Camillae Laudem. Opere manoscritte. Senza data ma XVII secolo circa

      1600. 4 opere manoscritte in 1 vol. cartaceo (mm 305x210), pp. 130, (2); leg. in carta colorata (difetti alla cucitura). Comprende quattro opere del Cleofilo, poeta nato a Fano nel 1447 e morto a Corneto o Civitavecchia nel 1490, vergate da un'unica mano in elegante corsiva, i frontespizi presentano eleganti svolazzi calligrafici: I) pp. 1 - 38 "Opera numquam alias impressa. Anthropotheomachia. Historia de bello Fanensi. Et quaedam alia". Opera edita per la prima volta a Fano presso il Soncino nel 1516; precedono il testo una lettera di dedica dell'opera datata 1515 al Padre generale dell'ordine di S. Agostino Egidio viterbense e una vita di Ottavio Cleofilo scritta da Francesco Polyardo. II) pp. 39 - 112 "Faneidos Libri III" poema eroico sulle origini della città di Fano, pubblicata anch'essa nell'edizione del Soncino: precede il testo una interessante lettera di Franciscus Rusticucius a Francesco Polyardus, al quale viene mandato il testo e chiesto di intercedere per la stampa dell'opera presso il Soncino. III) pp. 113 - 126 "Stinchae", di cui è nota un'edizione a stampa quattrocentesca (Roma, Eucharius Silber, intorno 1483 - 85). Precede l'opera un Carmen del Cleofilo "Ad Beatam Virginem". IV) pp. 127 - 130 "Pudicitiae Triumphus in Camillae Laudem", non riscontrato nei principali repertori. Interessante raccolta manocritta di opere edite ed inedite di Cleofilo.

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        Ventorum index.../ Vocabolorum geographicorum...

      1600. Matthaus Quad era un cartografo tedesco risiedente a Colonia, città che, all'epoca, era il punto nevralgico della cartografia tedesca. Questa carta, presa dal suo Fascilus Geographicus, è stata stampata da Johannes Bussemacher. Matthaus Quad was a German cartographer based in Cologne, which, at the time was the centre for German cartography. This map is from his Fascilus Geographicus. It was printed by Johannes Bussemacher. Colonia Cologne Meurer, Atlantes Quad 69. 300 200

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        Origines des dignitez et magistrats de France. Recueillies par ... P., Jérémie Perier, 1600. (8), 80 ff.- Origines des chevaliers, armoiries et héraux. Ensemble de l'Ordonnance, Armes & Instruments desquels les François ont anciennement usé en leurs guerres. Recueillies par Claude FAUCHET. (4), 60 ff.

      P., Perier, 1600. Les 2 ouvrages reliés en un volume petit in-8, vélin ivoire souple de l'époque. " Ouvrage composé avec une extrème rapidité, dans lequel l'auteur développe assez complètement l'office de chambrier ou chambellan. Les autres sujets sont traités plus sommairement " (Saffroy I, 13727). Claude Fauchet, magistrat et historien, fut secrétaire du cardinal de Tournon, historiographe de France puis président de la cour des Monnaies. Il vendit cette charge pour satisfaire sa passion : acheter des livres. Bel exemplaire.

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        An album of annotated dyed fabric swatches with the binding title, "Dyed Pattern - The Higher Technical School of Tokyo - H. Kohiyama."

      - n.p. [191-?]. Oblong folio (28x38cm) half calf (scuffed and worn but solid); Some 1600 samples mounted on both sides of 62 lined leaves - plus some unused leaves. A couple of swatches missing and couple insect chewed. Copiously annoted in ink. The "Higher Technological School" of Tokyo was third name for what is now the Tokyo Institute of Technology. Founded in 1881 as the Vocational School it graduated to Higher in 1901. As a colour dictionary I've not seen many that can match 1600 samples. Here is a thorough record of dye colours, their ingredients, recipes and processes. Much is Japanese but names, chemicals and quantities are in English and doubtless any reasonably proficient dyemaker, anywhere, could reproduce these colours now. I'm not sure what it means but I notice that some reds that include alizarine paste are not colour fast - a few have left strong impressions on facing pages. I'd guess that H. Kohiyama was the instructor and this was likely bound by the school bindery.

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        I tesori nascosti nell'alma città di Roma raccolti, e posti in luce per opera d'Ottavio Panciroli Teologo da Reggio.

      Luigi Zannetti, 1600. In-8° (150 X 110 mm) pp. 954, [14] di indice analitico. Vignetta al frontespizio e 24 xilografie e capilettera incisi nel testo che è interamente riquadrato, marca tipografica al colophon. Bella legatura in cartonato moderno titoli al dorso. Prima edizione di questa preziosa guida. Esemplare in ottimo stato. Rossetti: 7781, Manca alla Vinciana e a Fossati-Bellani.

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        The Romane Historie (.) Written by T. Livius of Padua. Also, the Breviaries of L. Florus: with a Chronologie to the whole Historie: and the Topographie of Rome in old time.

      London Adam Islip 1600 - Folio, (10), 1404, (40) pp., woodcut title, initials, head-and tailpieces, woodcut of Queen Elizabeth, to whom this edition is dedicated, on verso of title page and portrait of Livy. Contemporary dark brown calf rebacked, blind-panelled boards, raised bands, corners worn, a fine example. Philemon Holland's Livy was the first in a series of unabridged translations of canonical Roman works that made him, in Thomas Fuller's famous phrase "the translator general in his age" (Peter Culhane, Philemon Holland's Livy). "Holland's first book, the first complete rendering of Livy into English, was published in 1600 when he was nearly fifty. It was a work of great importance, presented in a grand folio volume of 1458 pages, and dedicated to the queen. The translation set out to be lucid and unpretentious, and achieved its aim with marked success. It is accurate, and often lively, and although it does not attempt to imitate the terseness of Latin, it avoids prolixity. As part of his book Holland translated two other substantial works—an ancient epitome of Roman history which provides an outline of the lost books of Livy, and Bartolomeo Marliani's guide to the topography of Rome—as well as some smaller texts. These were taken from the edition of Livy published in Paris in 1573; by translating them, Holland was making available in English a great learned compendium of historical knowledge, not simply a single ancient author" (ODNB). One of the greatest and certainly the most popular of the Roman writers of history, Titus Livius began his great work between 27 and 25 B.C., completing it only shortly before his death about ten years later. In it he gives the complete history of the city of Rome, from its foundation to the death of Augustus. Because he was writing under the emperor Augustus, Livy's history emphasizes the great triumphs of Rome. He wrote his history with embellished accounts of Roman heroism in order to promote the new type of government implemented by Augustus when he became emperor. In Livy's preface to his history, he said that he did not care whether his personal fame remained in darkness, as long as his work helped to "preserve the memory of the deeds of the world's preeminent nation." [Attributes: Hard Cover]

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        Hispaniae noua descriptio

      Artist: Amoldo di Amoldi; Issued in: unknown; date: c 1600 - Artist: Amoldo, di Amoldi; Issued in: unknown; date: c. 1600; - Condition: Very good; Map shows total Spain with the Balearic Islands, rare

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        [Primaléon]. L'Histoire de Primaléon de Grèce continuant celle de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople son père, naguères tirée tant de l'italien comme de l'espagnol, et mise en nostre vulgaire par François de Vernassal.

      A Lyon par les héritiers de Benoist Rigaud 1600 Le Second livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople, auquel les faicts héroïques et merveilleuses amour d'iceluy sont proprement dépeintes, et naïvement exprimées par une histoire autant belle, profitable et exemplaire, comme elle est plaisante et agréable. Mis en françois par Gabriel Chappuis. A Lyon, par Benoist Rigaud, 1588. Le Troisième livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople. Auquel les faits héroïques, mariages et merveilleuses amours d'iceluy, sont tant bien déduites et exprimées, que le Lecteur, outre le profit, n'en peut recueillir sinon plaisir et contentement. A Lyon, par Benoist Rigaud, 1587. Le Quatriesme livre de Primaléon de Grèce, fils de Palmerin d'Olive Empereur de Constantinople. Auquel les faits héroïques et les merveilleuses amours du Prince Darinel, yssu du sang de Primaleon de Grèce, et celles de la belle Richarde de Paris, sont proprement dépeinctes, et naïvement exprimées, avec occurences belles, gentilles, et agréables sur toutes autres semblables subjets. Lyon, par les héritiers de Benoist Rigaud, 1597. 4 vol. in-16 de (10)-404-(10) ff. le dernier blanc ; 442-(4) pp. ; 420 pp. (mal chiffrées 426) 10 pp. 1 f. blanc ; 595-(12) pp., maroquin citron, dos ornés à nerfs, pièces de titre et de tomaison en maroquin brun, triple filet doré d'encadrement sur les plats, filets sur les coupes, dentelle intérieure, tranches dorées (reliure du XVIIIe siècle). Précieuse réunion d'éditions lyonnaises formant la série complète de ce célèbre roman de chevalerie, chef d'oeuvre du genre, qui constitua longtemps un modèle. Provenance : Ex-libris Bibliothèque de S.E.M. le Comte François Potocki (1788-1853), dont la bibliothèque se trouve en grande partie au chateau d'Oron. Les livres qui la composent ont été achetés, au moment de leur parution par Hélène Massalska (1763-1815). Elevée à Paris au couvent de l'Abbaye-aux-Bois, elle épouse le prince Charles de Ligne, puis le comte Vincent Potocki. Lectrice passionnée de romans, elle recevait de divers libraires de Paris, de Moscou ou de Saint-Petersbourg toutes les nouveautés. Un inventaire dressé par elle-même vers la fin de sa vie indique 20000 volumes de romans et 20000 volumes précieux. Après son décès, ses héritiers (sa fille Sidonie de Ligne et François Potocki) rapportèrent la bibliothèque dans leur château. C'est là qu'Adolphe Gaiffe, propriétaire d'Oron depuis 1870, en fit l'acquisition. Très bel exemplaire relié en maroquin au XVIIIe siècle. Baudrier III, 454, 408, 399, 450.

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        Messina

      1600. Splendida veduta a volo d'uccello della città, edita a Siena nei primi anni del XVII secolo. La pianta contiene una leggenda con 167 toponimi. Allievo di Antonio Lafrery e Claudio Duchetti, il Florimi si trasferisce a Siena dove inizia la sua fiorente attività di editore fino al 1612. Per le caratteristiche peculiari delle opere del Florimi e per la loro rarità, queste vengono classificate tra le carte di scuola lafreriana. Incisione in rame, in ottime condizioni. Bibliografia: Tooley Dictionary p. 216. Dimensioni 455x370. Beautiful bird's eye - view of the city, published in Siena at the beginning of the XVII century. The plan contains a 167 - items legend of toponimics. Folrimi was a scholar of Antonio Lafrery and Claudio Buchetti; he moved to Siena where he starter his own business as publisher until 1612. Due to the pecular characteristics of these works, and to the fact that they are quite rare, Florimi's production is lassified as part of the school of Lafrery. Copper engraving, with uncommon wide margins, in excellent condition. Siena Siene Tooley Dictionary p. 216. Dimensioni 455x370

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        Africa Tertia Pars Terrae.

      1600 - Magdeburg: c.1600. German edition. Woodcut, printed area 260 x 350mm. A woodcut of Africa from the 'Itinerarum Sacræ Scripturæ', the mythical kingdom of Prester John is marked as is the source of the Nile which was pure conjecture at this time. Also marked is the land of the 'elephant-eaters' (Elephantophagi) BETZ, 24.3; NORWICH: 17.

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        Tempio all'illustrissimo et reverendissimo signor Cinthio Aldobrandini cardinale S. Giorgio nipote del sommo pontefice Clemente Ottavo

      Presso gli Heredi di Giovanni Rossi, 1600. In 16o,  pp. (8) + 354 + (1b) + 207 + (1b) + (28). Front. inc. all'acq. con al centro lo stemma Aldobrandini con le insegne cardinalizie. A sinistra la pittura, a destra la fama, ai due lati due cariatidi e in basso due putti, uno reggente la faretra con le frecce, l'altro uno strumento musicale. In basso le spoglie del serpente pitone che porta sulla pelle tesa la scitta 'Phoebeo concidit Ictu'. Segue l'Antip. figurata inc. all'acq. con ritratto centrale del cardinale Aldobrandini entro medaglione ovale. Piccola rosicatura all'ang. est. inf. delle prime 18 cc. restaurata. Legatura in p. pg. coeva con rinforzo al dorso in perg. coeva e tit. manoscritto al d. Ed. orig., rara, di questa raccolta poetica in onore del cardinale Cinzio Aldobrandini, nipote di Clemente VIII. Fra gli autori dei numerosi componimenti spiccano alcune poetesse fra le quali Febronia Pannolini, suora del monastero di Sant'Agnese di Bologna e letterata, Francesca Turina Bufalini, nata a Sansepolcro nel 1553, Isabella Andreini, attrice, la 'mitica' comica dei Gelosi, insieme al marito Francesco Andreini, Maddalena Acciaiuoli, intellettuale e scrittrice fiorentina. Altri autori: Andrea Menichini, Alessandro Peruzzini, Annibale Gozzadini, Apollonio Paini, Bartolomeo Burchiellati, Ciro Spontone, Francesco Bracciolini, Gio. Maria Guicciardi, Giulio Cesare Lalatta, Maurizio Moro, Roberto Titi e molti altri. Si segnala, fra gli altri, il componimento di Scipione Bargagli che celebra il 'Ciel che splende / Di tal bellezza ornato il mondo rende...'. Segue una tavola su doppia pagina con l'iscrizione 'In angulari lapide monumentum' con acrostico a partire dal nome Cinthio car. Aldbrandino... ITA

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